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A.-FORMAL PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED BEFORE THE COMMIS

SION DURING THE YEAR.

790. Lehman-Higginson Grocer Company against Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe

Railway Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on sugar from New Orleans to

Wichita, Kans.
December 22, 1904. Complaint filed.
December 29, 1904. Answers filed.
December 29–30, 1904. Hearing.
January 10, 1905. Intervening petition filed.
January 10–12, 1905. Briefs filed.

January 17, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 791. George M. Spiegle & Company against Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company

and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on oak lumber in carloads from

Afton and Gordonsville, Va., and points between, to Philadelphia, Pa.
December 27, 1904. Complaint filed.
January 10–16, 1905. Answers filed.
April 20, 1905. Hearing.

October 17, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 792. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company against Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St.

Louis Railway Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on plate glass over 80 united inches

in dimension from Pittsburg, Pa., and other points to Chicago and other

western points and New York and other eastern points.
January 9, 1905. Complaint filed.
January 26 to March 6, 1905. Answers filed.

May 16, 1905. Hearing.
793. 8. Blaisdell, Jr., Company against Boston & Maine Railroad and others.

Violation of section 1 in rates on cotton waste in compressed bales.
January 11, 1905. Complaint filed.
January 26, 1905, to March 16, 1905. Answers filed.

February 18, 1905. Case indefinitely postponed. 794. Desel-Boettcher Company against Kansas City Southern Railway Company and

others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on green apples from Siloam Springs,

Ark., to Houston, Tex.
January 13, 1905. Complaint filed.
January 23, 1905, to March 18, 1905. Answers filed.

February 13, 1905. Complaint amended. 795. Globe-Wernické Company against Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Railroad

Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in the classification of elastic bookcases

knocked down and shipped in packages from Cincinnati, Ohio, to points

in Official Classification territory.
January 13, 1905. Complaint filed.
January 30 to March 16, 1905. Answers filed.
March 27, 1905. Hearing.
May 31, 1905. Hearing.
June 14-25, 1905. Briefs filed.

August 10, 1905. Report and opinion filed.
796. Waverly Oil Works against Pennsylvania Railroad Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on petroleum and its products from

Pittsburg, Pa., to Watertown, Conn.
January 30, 1905. Complaint filed.
February 8-18, 1905. Answers filed.
October 23, 1905. Hearing.
November 8–9, 1905. Hearing.
November 25, 1905. Deposition filed.

797. Menasha Wooden Ware Company against Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail

way Company and others. Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on wooden ware, including pails, tubs,

kegs, and kits in carioads, from points in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois,

Missouri, and Michigan to North Pacific coast terminals.
January 31, 1905. Complaint filed.
February 18 to March 14, 1905. Answers filed.
May 9, 1905. Hearing.

June 28 to July 15, 1905. Briefs filed. 798. B. F. Adams against Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and others.

Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on oyster shells in carloads from Biloxi,

Miss., to Peoria, Ill.
February 24, 1905. Complaint filed.
March 16–18, 1905. Answers filed.

November 13, 1905. Order of dismissal entered. 799. C. S. Bell Company against Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway

Company:
Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on pails from Cincinnati, Ohio, to

Albany and Dublin, Ga., Montgomery, Ala., and other southern points.
March 6, 1905. Complaint filed.
March 27, 1905. Answer filed.

October 16, 1905. Order of dismissal entered. 800. William W. Wylie against Northern Pacific Railway Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 6, and section i of the act of February 19,

1903, in passenger fare from St. Paul and other Minnesota points to Gardiner, Mont., and points in the Yellowstone National Park; and failure to post and publish tariff. March 9, 1905. Complaint filed. March 30, 1905. Answers filed. April 26, 1905. Hearing. April 28, 1905. Hearing of oral argument. May 5–16, 1905. Briefs filed.

June 23, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 801. Albany Produce Company against Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Com

pany.
Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on coal in carloads from Center-

ville and points in Centerville Coal District in Iowa, to Albany, Mo.
March 15, 1905. Complaint filed.
April 3, 1905. Answer filed.
July 26, 1905. Hearing.

October 30 to November 7, 1905. Brief filed. 802. Marion Iron and Brass Bed Company against Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago &

St. Louis Railway Company and others.
Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on iron beds and brass beds in carloads

from Marion, Ind., to Highpoint, N. C.
March 16, 1905. Complaint filed.
March 29 to April 10, 1905. Answers filed.

June 7, 1905. Orier entere 1. Case indefinitely postponed. 803. In the matter of Rates on Corn and Corn Products from Missouri River Points

to Points in Louisiana.
March 25, 1905. Order entered.
May 1, 1905. Answers filed.
May 8–9, 1905. Hearing.

August 16, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 804. In the matter of Rates on Corn and Corn Products from Missouri River Points

to Points in Texas.
March 25, 1905. Order entered.
April 19–28, 1905. Answers filed.
May 8–9, 1905. Hearing.

August 16, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 805. In the Matter of Rates on Corn and Corn Products from Missouri River Points

to Points in Washington, Oregon, and California.
March 25, 1905. Order entered.
April 19 to May 5, 1905. Answers filled.
May 8–9, 1905. Hearing.
August 16, 1905. Report and opinion filed.

806. Fred G. Clark Company against Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway

Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on petroleum and its products from

points in Pennsylvania and Ohio to points in Rhode Island and Connecticut.
March 28, 1905. Complaint filed.
April 8–18, 1905. Answers filed.
October 23, 1905. Hearing.
November 8-9, 1905. Hearing.

November 25, 1905. Deposition filed. 807. Railroad Commission of Kentucky against Illinois Central Railroad Company

and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 in rates on grain from Uniontown and

Morgansfield, Ky., to Atlanta, Ga.
April 12, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 4, 1905. Answers filed.

June 2, 1905. Order of dismissal entered. 808. Railroad Commission of the State of Arkansas against St. Louis & North Arkan

sas Railroad Company.
Violation of section 1 in passenger fare from Seligman, Mo., to Beaver, Ark.
April 15, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 5, 1905. Answer filed.

July 19, 1905. Deposition filed. 809. McMillen Grain Company against Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company.

Violation of section 3 in failure to furnish cars at Cavett, Ohio, for trans

portation of hay.
April 18, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 22, 1905. Answer filed.

May 6, 1905. Hearing postponed at request of complainant. 810. Ingelhart & Hitchcock against Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and

others. Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rate on carload shipment of steam boil

ers from Syracuse, N. Y., to Atlanta, Ga. April 18, 1905. Complaint filed.

May 10–22, 1905. Answers filed. 811. St. Louis Hay & Grain Company against Illinois Central Railroad Company and

others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on hay from East St. Louis, Ill., to

New Orleans, La., when recensigned from any point.
April 21, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 12–15, 1905. Answers filed.
July 21, 1905. Hearing.

September 7–27, 1905. Briefs filed.
812. Red Rock Fuel Company against Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company.

Violation of section 3 in failure to construct siding or switch connection for

the loading of coal at points between Buckhannon and Weston, W. Va.
April 29, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 13, 1905. Answer filed.
June 5, 1905. Hearing.
June 13, 1905. Oral argument.
June 13 to July 12, 1905. Briefs filed.

November 25, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 813. R. C. Brabham and others against Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and

others.
Violation of section 1 in passenger fare from Ellenton and Jackson, S. C., t

, to
Augusta, Ga.
May 4, 1905. Complaint filed.
May 18, 1905. Answers filed.
July 6, 1905. Hearing.

July 17 to August 23, 1905. Briefs filed. 814. C. W. and R. M. Bowen Company against Lake Shore & Michigan Southern

Railway Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on electrical instruments and fix-

tures known as “Sheidel's Coil Outfit," from Chicago, Ill., to Fall River,

Mass.
May 16, 1905. Complaint filed.
June 6, 1905. Order of discontinuance entered.

815. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company against Illinois Central Railroad Company.

Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on plate glass in carloads from Chicago,

Pittsburg, Kokomo, and East St. Louis, to Minneapolis, Minn.
May 16, 1905. Complaint filed.

June 25, 1905. Answer filed.
816. A. L. Artz against Seaboard Air Line Railway.

Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in passenger fare from Fernandina, Fla., to

Savannah, Ga.
May 22, 1905. Complaint filed.
June 29, 1905. Answer filed.
October 2, 1905. Hearing.
November 1, 1905. Briefs filed.

November 29, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 817. W. Sheidel & Company against Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company and

others. Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on electrical instruments and fix

tures known as “Sheidel's Coil Outfit,” from Chicago to Salt Lake City,

Utah.
May 26, 1905. Complaint filed.

June 14 to July 12, 1905. Answers filed. 818. Commercial Club of Santa Barbara, California, against Southern Pacific Com

pany and others. Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on butter, eggs, cheese, dressed

poultry, beef, grain, flour, and coal from Kansas City and Chicago to Santa Barbara, Cal. May 26, 1905. Complaint filed.

June 20 to August 23, 1905. Answers filed. 819. Channel Commercial Company against Southern Pacific Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on coal, corn, flour, and canned

goods from Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago to San Buena Ventura, Cal. May 26, 1905. Complaint filed.

June 20 to August 23, 1905. Answers filed. 820. Pacific Coast Jobbers' and Manufacturers' Association against Southern Pacific

Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in discriminating rates against San Francisco

and in favor of other Pacific coast terminals on all west-bound freight. June 17, 1905. Complaint filed.

August 23, 1905. Answers filed. 821. In the Matter of Alleged Unlawful Preference by the Wabash Railroad Com

pany between Consignees of Freight in St. Louis. June 23, 1905. Order entered.

July 25, 1905. Hearing. 822. Gulf Refining Company against Illinois Central Railroad Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on petroleum in tank cars or barrels,

carloads, from New Orleans to Chicago and Cincinnati. June 28, 1905. Complaint filed. July 12, 1905. Order entered granting defendants 20 days additional time

within which to file answers. 823. R. R. Shiel & Company against Illinois Central Railroad Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on cattle, sheep, and hogs in

carloads.
July 3, 1905. Complaint filed.
July 22 to September 29, 1905. Answers filed.

September 9, 1905. Order entered amending complaint. 824. In the Matter of Elevator Allowances.

July 5, 1905. Order entered.
July, 22, 1905, to July 24, 1905. Hearing.
July 26–27, 1905. Hearing.
July 28, 1905. Hearing.

November 10, 1905. Hearing.
825. Root Glass Company against Vandalia Railroad Company and others.

Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on glass bottles in carloads from

Terre Haute, Ind., to Dayton and Toledo, Ohio, and other points.
July 7, 1905. Complaint filed.
July 21, 1905. Answer filed.
August 1, 1905. Order of dismissal entered.

cars.

826. In the Matter of Rates on Iron Articles from Atlantic Seaboard Points to West

ern Destinations.
July 13, 1905. Order entered.

July 31, 1905. Hearing. 827. National Wholesale Lumber Dealers' Association against Atlantic Coast Line

Railroad Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on lumber loaded on flat or gondola
July 14, 1905. Complaint filed.

August 9-23, 1905. Answers filed. 828. National Wholesale Lumber Dealers’ Association against Pennsylvania Railroad

Company and others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on lumber loaded on flator gondola cars.
July 14, 1905. Complaint filed.

July 28 to August 19, 1905. Answers filed. 829. D. W. Miner against New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company.

Violation of sections 2 and 3 in the failure to deliver dressed beef and pork

products at Canal street yard in Providence, R. I.
July 15, 1905. Complaint filed.
August 1, 1905. Answer filed.
September 25, 1905. Hearing.
October 7–17, 1905. Briefs filed.

November 1, 1905. Report and opinion filed. 830. Ohsman & Effron against Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company and

others.
Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rate on scrap iron shipped to St. Louis,

Chicago, and East St. Louis from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
July 29, 1905. Complaint filed.

August 12–23, 1905. Answers filed. 831. In the Matter of Charges for the Refrigeration of Fruits and Vegetables Shipped

from Points in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina to New York
and other Northeastern Markets over the Central of Georgia and other

Railways.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
September 5-8, 1905. Answers filed.

October 18–21, 1905. Hearing. 832. In the Matter of Charges over the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway and

Connecting Roads for the Refrigeration of Fruit and Vegetables from

Points in California.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
September 5–6, 1905. Answers filed.
November 1-3, 1905. Hearing.

December 6, 1905. Deposition filed. 833. In the Matter of Charges over the Kansas City Southern Railway and Connect

ing Roads for the Refrigeration of Fruit and Vegetables from Points in

Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
September 8–15, 1905. Answers filed.

October 18–21, 1905. Hearing. 834. In the Matter of Charges over the St. Louis & San Francisco Railway and Con

necting Roads for the Refrigeration of Fruit and Vegetables from Points

in Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory, and Texas.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
September 8–21, 1905. Answers filed.

October 18–21, 1905. Hearing. 835. In the Matter of Charges over the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rail

way and Connecting Roads for the Refrigeration of Fruit and Vegetables

from Points in Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
October 2, 1905. Answers filed.

October 18–21, 1905. Hearing. 836. In the Matter of Charges over the Southern Pacific Railway and Connecting

Roads for the Refrigeration of Fruit and Vegetables from Points in Cali

fornia.
August 11, 1905. Order entered.
September 8 to October 5, 1905. Answers filed
November 1-3, 1905. Hearing.
December 6, 1905. Deposition filed.

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