54 STAT.] 76TH CONG., 3o SESS.-CH. 722-SEPT. 18, 1940 tion of the parties for the enforcement of such provision of this part or of such rule, regulation, requirement, order, term, or condition; and such court shall have jurisdiction to enforce obedience thereto by a writ or writs of injunction or other process, mandatory or other- wise, restraining such carrier and any officer, agent, employee, or rep- resentative thereof from further violation of such provision of this part or of such rule, regulation, requirement, order, term, or condition and enjoining obedience thereto. "(c) The Commission shall enter of record a written report of hear- ings conducted upon complaint, or upon its own initiative without complaint, stating its conclusions, decision, and order and, if repara. tion is awarded, the findings of fact upon which the award is made; and shall furnish a copy of such report to all parties of record. The Commission may provide for the publication of such reports in the form best adapted for public information and use, and such authorized publications shall, without further proof or authentication, be received as competent evidence of such reports in any court of competent jurisdiction. "(d) Subject to the provisions of section 313, the copies of schedules, and classifications and tariffs of rates, fares, and charges, and of all contracts, agreements, and arrangements of water carriers filed with the Commission as herein provided, and the statistics, tables, and figures contained in the annual or other reports of carriers made to the Commission as required, under the provisions of this part shall be pre- served as public records in the custody of the secretary of the Com- mission, and shall be received as prima facie evidence of what they purport to be for the purpose of investigations by the Commission and in all judicial proceedings; and copies of and extracts from any of said schedules, classifications tariffs, contracts, agreements, arrange- ments, or reports, made public records as aforesaid, certified by the secretary, under the Commission's seal, shall be received in evidence with like effect as the originals. 947 Enforcement of obedience. Written report of hearings. Publication. Ante, p. 944. Public records. Certified copies as evidence. I"UNLAWFUL ACTS AND PENALTIES "SEC. 317. (a) Any person who knowingly and willfully violates any provision of this part, or any rule, regulation, requirement, or order thereunder, or any term or condition of any certificate or permit, for which no penalty is otherwise provided, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof in any court of the United States of competent jurisdiction in the district in which such offense was in whole or in part committed shall be subject for each offense to a fine not exceeding $500. Each day of such violation shall consti- tute a separate offense. " (b) Any water carrier or any officer, agent, employee, or representa- tive thereof, who shall knowingly and willfully offer, grant, or give, or cause to be offered, granted, or given, any rebate, deferred rebate, or other concession, in violation of the provisions of this part, or who, by any device or means, shall knowingly and willfully assist, or shall willingly suffer or permit, any person to obtain transportation subject to this part at less than the rates, fares, or charges lawfully in effect, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof in any court of the United States of competent jurisdiction within the district in which such offense was wholly or in part committed shall be subject for each offense to a fine of not more than $5,000. "(c) Any person who shall knowingly and willfully solicit, accept, or receive any rebate, deferred rebate, or other concession in violation of the provisions of this part, or who shall by any device or means, whether with or without the consent or connivance of any water carrier Unlaalul acts aad penalties. Offering of rebates. etc. Penalty. Soliciting or receiv- ing rebates.