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194.03

194.03 Interstate and foreign commerce.

194.03(1)

(1) This chapter shall apply to motor carriers engaged in interstate and foreign commerce upon the public highways of this state, in all particulars and provisions lawful under the constitution of the United States.

194.03(2)

(2) Fees and taxes provided in this chapter shall be assessed against operations in interstate and foreign commerce and collected from the carriers performing such operations, as partial compensation for the use of the highways and policing of the same.

194.03(5)

(5) No certificate or license hereafter issued shall contain authority to engage both in operations requiring a certificate under the Federal Motor Carrier Act, 1935, and in operations which do not require a certificate.

194.03(5m)

(5m) In a case involving a claim by a common motor carrier in interstate commerce for freight charges:

194.03(5m)(a)

(a) A person may assert as a defense to the claim the existence of a freight charge agreement between the person and the motor carrier which applies to the carriage of the freight at issue and which has not been filed as a tariff with the interstate commerce commission.

194.03(5m)(b)

(b) A court shall request the interstate commerce commission or other appropriate federal agency to issue an advisory opinion on any issue which the court determines is within the primary jurisdiction of that agency.

194.03(6)

(6) Whenever the term "interstate commerce" is used in this chapter it shall be interpreted as including foreign commerce.

194.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (a); 1987 a. 27; 1993 a. 16.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 194 > 194.03

194.03

194.03 Interstate and foreign commerce.

194.03(1)

(1) This chapter shall apply to motor carriers engaged in interstate and foreign commerce upon the public highways of this state, in all particulars and provisions lawful under the constitution of the United States.

194.03(2)

(2) Fees and taxes provided in this chapter shall be assessed against operations in interstate and foreign commerce and collected from the carriers performing such operations, as partial compensation for the use of the highways and policing of the same.

194.03(5)

(5) No certificate or license hereafter issued shall contain authority to engage both in operations requiring a certificate under the Federal Motor Carrier Act, 1935, and in operations which do not require a certificate.

194.03(5m)

(5m) In a case involving a claim by a common motor carrier in interstate commerce for freight charges:

194.03(5m)(a)

(a) A person may assert as a defense to the claim the existence of a freight charge agreement between the person and the motor carrier which applies to the carriage of the freight at issue and which has not been filed as a tariff with the interstate commerce commission.

194.03(5m)(b)

(b) A court shall request the interstate commerce commission or other appropriate federal agency to issue an advisory opinion on any issue which the court determines is within the primary jurisdiction of that agency.

194.03(6)

(6) Whenever the term "interstate commerce" is used in this chapter it shall be interpreted as including foreign commerce.

194.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (a); 1987 a. 27; 1993 a. 16.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 194 > 194.03

194.03

194.03 Interstate and foreign commerce.

194.03(1)

(1) This chapter shall apply to motor carriers engaged in interstate and foreign commerce upon the public highways of this state, in all particulars and provisions lawful under the constitution of the United States.

194.03(2)

(2) Fees and taxes provided in this chapter shall be assessed against operations in interstate and foreign commerce and collected from the carriers performing such operations, as partial compensation for the use of the highways and policing of the same.

194.03(5)

(5) No certificate or license hereafter issued shall contain authority to engage both in operations requiring a certificate under the Federal Motor Carrier Act, 1935, and in operations which do not require a certificate.

194.03(5m)

(5m) In a case involving a claim by a common motor carrier in interstate commerce for freight charges:

194.03(5m)(a)

(a) A person may assert as a defense to the claim the existence of a freight charge agreement between the person and the motor carrier which applies to the carriage of the freight at issue and which has not been filed as a tariff with the interstate commerce commission.

194.03(5m)(b)

(b) A court shall request the interstate commerce commission or other appropriate federal agency to issue an advisory opinion on any issue which the court determines is within the primary jurisdiction of that agency.

194.03(6)

(6) Whenever the term "interstate commerce" is used in this chapter it shall be interpreted as including foreign commerce.

194.03 - ANNOT.

History: 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (a); 1987 a. 27; 1993 a. 16.

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