Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/950

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 722-SEPT. 18, 1940 Postponement of order pending deci- sion. Suits to enforce, etc., orders. Hearings on matters respecting motor car- riers. Post, p. 919. Intervention allowed. Admission to prac- tice. "(8) Where application for rehearing, reargument, or reconsidera- tion of a decision, order, or requirement of a division, an individual Commissioner, or board is made in accordance with the provisions of this section and the rules and regulations of the Commission, and the decision, order, or requirement has not yet become effective, the deci- sion, order, or requirement shall be stayed or postponed pending disposition of the matter by the Commission or appellate division; but otherwise the making of such an application shall not excuse any person from complying with or obeying the decision, order, or require- ment, or operate to stay or postpone the enforcement thereof, without the special order of the Commission. "(9) When an application for rehearing, reargument, or reconsid- eration of any decision, order, or requirement of a division, an indi- vidual Commissioner, or a board with respect to any matter assigned or referred to him or it shall have been made and shall have been denied, or after rehearing, reargument, or reconsideration otherwise disposed of, by the Commission or an appellate division, a suit to enforce, enjoin, suspend, or set aside such decision, order, or require- ment, in whole or in part, may be brought in a court of the United States under those provisions of law applicable in the case of suits to enforce, enjoin, suspend, or set aside orders of the Commission, but not otherwise. "(10) Any matter arising in the administration of part II of this Act as to which a hearing is to be held may be referred to an exam- iner of the Commission, for action thereon, subject to the conditions and limitations provided in this section in the case of reference of work, business or functions, as to which a hearing is to be held, to an indi- vidual Commissioner or board. "(11) Representatives of employees of a carrier, duly designated as such, may intervene and be heard in any proceeding arising under this Act affecting such employees. "(12) The Commission is authorized to promulgate reasonable rules and regulations relating to admission to practice before it, and is authorized to impose a reasonable fee for such admission, and such fees shall be covered into the Treasury of the United States as miscel- laneous receipts." AMENDMENTS TO SECTION 20 41 Stat:c 20. M SEa. 13. (a) Paragraphs (1) to (8), inclusive, of section 20 of the Ante,p. s . Interstate Commerce Act, as amended (which relate to accounts, records, reports, etc., of carriers subject to part I), are amended to read as follows: Repors from c ar . "SEC. 20. (1) The Commission is hereby authorized to require annual, periodical, or special reports from carriers (as defined in this section) and from lessors (as defined in this section), to prescribe the manner and form in which such reports shall be made, and to require from such carriers and lessors specific and full, true, and correct answers to all questions upon which the Commission may deem information to be necessary, classifying such carriers and lessors as it may deem proper for any of these purposes. Such annual reports shall give an account of the affairs of the carrier or lessor in such form and detail as may be prescribed by the Commission. Information re- "(2) Said annual reports shall contain all the required information qr for the period of twelve months ending on the 31st day of December in each year, unless the Commission shall specify a different date, and shall be made out under oath and filed with the Commission at its office in Washington within three months after the close of the year for which the report is made, unless additional time be granted m any case by the Commission. Such periodical or special reports [54 STAT.