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Greenville Bus Co. v. Board of Public Utility Commissioners

Decided: May 17, 1941.

GREENVILLE BUS COMPANY, PROSECUTOR,
v.
BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSIONERS, DEFENDANT



On rule to show cause why writ of certiorari should not issue.

For the prosecutor, Pitney, Hardin & Skinner.

For the Board of Public Utility Commissioners, John A. Bernhard.

For the City of Jersey City, Charles A. Rooney and Samuel Pesin.

For the Central Avenue Bus Company, Inc., Theodore C. Baer and John R. Kelly.

For the Public Service Co-ordinated Transport, William H. Speer.

Before Justices Parker, Donges and Colie.

PER CURIAM.

This is the return of a rule to show cause why a certiorari should not issue to review an order of the Board of Public Utility Commissioners, dated November 28th, 1940, on application on behalf of prosecutor, Greenville Bus Company, and others, for a subpoena duces tecum. The petition was filed in a cause pending before the Commission in the matter of the application of Central Avenue Bus Company, Inc., for approval of a municipal consent to said Central Avenue Bus

Company. Prior to the date fixed for hearing, application for a subpoena duces tecum was filed, petitioning for the production of:

"(a) The records of the Building Department of the City of Jersey City for five years last past setting forth and showing the permits for new construction, residential or industrial, in that sector of Jersey City bounded on the north by Communipaw Avenue; on the east by New York Bay; on the south by Merritt Street; and on the west by Ocean Avenue.

"(b) The records of the Medical Center of the City of Jersey City setting forth the names and addresses of all persons in said Medical Center for five years last past, resident in that sector of the City of Jersey City, bounded on the north by Communipaw Avenue; on the east by New York Bay; on the south by Merritt Street; and on the west by Ocean Avenue.

"(c) The records of the Public Service Co-ordinated Transport setting forth the passenger revenue per bus mile for five years last past on Public Service Co-ordinated Transport Routes Nos. 13 and 14 in the City of Jersey City, and the cost of the operation per bus mile for five ...


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