Public Service Commission - Hearing Reporter - Public Hearing Minutes
Scope and Contents
This series consists of bound handwritten and typewritten accounts of the meetings held by the Public Service Commission and when it was known as The Railroad Commission. These volumes are one of the four elements that make up the Public Hearing Records Files. Some examples of the business discussed include: (1) the case of the Georgia Power Company to show cause why its rates should not be revised, (2) calls for a hearing application of the Central of Georgia Railway for authority to discontinue stopping Passenger Train No. 4 on flag at Gertrude, Georgia, and (3) an application of American Railway Express Company for authority to close one of its express stations. The minute books from The Railroad Commission cover the period of November, 1879 to August, 1898. In order to effectively use the Public Hearing Records files, please see also RGSGSERIES 17-4-25, Public Hearing Records Files (Bound Verbatim Transcripts); RGSGSERIES 17-4-27, Public Hearing Records Files (Hearing Docket Books), and RGSGSERIES 17-4-28, Public Hearing Records Files (Minute Order Books).
- Created: 1879-1975
- Public Service Commission (Organization)
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All the volumes are arranged chronologically by date of entry. Most of the volumes have indexes at the beginning which are arranged alphabetically by surname or company title. It should be noted from the following shelf list that the volumes beginning the period of the Public Service Commission start with Volume 5.
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