2006 New York Code - Laws: Transportation : (115 - 135) The Powers Of The Commissioner In Respect To Common CarriersArticle 5 - THE POWERS OF THE COMMISSIONER IN RESPECT TO COMMON CARRIERS
115 - General powers and duties of commissioner in respect to common carriers.
116 - Reports of common carriers.
117 - Investigation of accidents.
118 - Investigations by commissioner.
119 - Rates and service to be fixed by the commissioner.
120 - Power of commissioner to order repairs or changes.
121 - Substitution of motor vehicles or trackless trolleys for cars on tracks; supplemental or extended operation.
122 - Contracts between railroad companies and bus companies owned by former; approval of commissioner.
123 - Power of commissioner to order changes in time schedules; running of additional cars and trains.
125 - Power of commissioner to order continuance of train service during investigation.
126 - Uniform system of accounts; access to accounts; forfeitures.
127 - Franchises and privileges.
128 - Transfer of franchises, property or stocks.
129 - Approval of securities.
130 - Reorganizations.
131 - Forfeiture; penalties.
132 - Enforcement proceedings.
133 - Penalties for other than common carriers.
134 - Duties of commissioner as to interstate traffic.
135 - Rail safety fee.
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