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Proceedings of the Conference of American Mayors on Public Policies as to Municipal Utilities

Conference of American Mayors, Philadelphia; American Academy of Political and Social Science
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
Philadelphia, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1915.
Language
English
Variant Title
Public policies as to municipal utilities.
Series
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Contents
  • Charles A. Prouty
  • Municipal ownership and operation of water-works / M.N. Baker
  • Why I believe in municipal ownership / Robert Crosser
  • The utilities bureau / Felix Frankfurter
  • Report of Committee on Recommendations
  • Open Discussion / F.C. Henderschott, et al.
  • Holding companies and the public welfare / Charles F. Mathewson
  • Public advantages of holding companies / Francis T. Homer
  • The public welfare and the holding company / James P. Goodrich.
  • Remarks of presiding officer / John Purroy Mitchel
  • The advantages of state regulation / Halford Erickson
  • The distribution of functions between local and state regulation / Milo R. Maltbie
  • The case for home rule / Charles E. Merriam
  • State and local regulation in Pennsylvania / Ira W. Stratton
  • Concluding remarks of presiding officer / John Purroy Mitchel
  • Remarks of presiding officer: "municipal ownership" / Newton D. Baker
  • Municipal ownership: the testimony of foreign experience / Frederic C. Howe
  • Pasadena's municipal light and power plant / C. Wellington Koiner
  • South Norwalk's municipal electric works / Albert E. Winchester
  • The hydro-electric system in Toronto / H.C. Hocken
  • Some limitations and objections to municipal ownership / Clarke M. Rosecrantz
  • Open discussion / James M. Curley, Oliver P. Newmann
  • Remarks of Hon. Rudolph Blankenburg
  • Remarks of presiding officer
  • Remarks at reception of Thursday evening, November 12 / Edward B. Smith, et al
  • Remarks of presiding officer / Rudolph Blankenburg
  • Fundamental planks in a public utility program / Delos F. Wilcox
  • The regulation of municipal utilities / Nathaniel T. Guernsey
  • Philadelphia's transit problem / A. Merritt Taylor
  • Municipal lighting rates / Ray Palmer
  • Interlocking directorates / Louis D. Brandeis
  • Open discussion / P.S. Scanlon, Andrew J. Gallagher
  • Remarks of presiding officer: the regulation of public utilities / Carter H. Harrison
  • Some present-day issues of public utility regulation / Edward W. Bemis
  • What certain cities have accomplished without state regulation / Stiles P. Jones
  • A constructive policy for public service corporations / Charles Day
  • What regulation must accomplish if it is to be permanent / John M. Eshleman
  • Open discussion / Percival R. Moses, et al. --
Description
vi, 357 p. 25 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Series Statement
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. vol. LVII; whole no. 146
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