Wednesday, April 21

Oddity of 1943

Perry County taxicab operators are being warned today that they must comply with the provisions of their license which limits the number of passengers which may be carried on any trip. It is said that a taxicab is limited to six passengers, and that in many instances on rush days some of the cars have been carrying eight to ten persons.

If a car carries more than six persons it will be rated as a bus and the operator will be forced to pay a license covering that class of vehicle.

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