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3346. Discrimination on shipments of hay from East St. Louis, Ill., to New Orleans,

La., and Mississippi points. 3347. Refusal to furnish cars for shipment of coal at Waldo, N. Mex. 3348. Excessive charges on shipment of one car of household goods, including four

horses, from Greene, N. Y., to Mocksville, N. C. 3349. Rate on walnut logs, carloads, from Barnesville, Ohio, and Denver, W. Va.,

to Baltimore, Md., as compared with rate from Bellaire, Ohio, to same point. 3350. Refusal of the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad Company to stop

refrigerator car at Brownstown, Ind., for shipment of poultry and eggs. 3351. Excessive switching charges at Akron, Ohio. 3352. Excessive rate charged on shipment of muslin underwear from Chicago, Ill., to

Phoenix, Ariz. 3353. Excessive charges on two flat cars shipped from Indianapolis, Ind., to Lum

ber, Ark. 3354. Higher rate on coal from Centerville, Iowa, to Albany, Mo., than to St. Joseph,

Mo. 3355. Excessive charges on one car of paint from Iron Ridge, Wis., to Lackawanna,

N. Y. 3356. Excessive charges on shipment of furniture from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Pikeville,

Ky. 3357. Unjust discrimination in rates from Eau Claire, Wis., to Clarksville, Tenn.,

and other points. 3358. Excessive rate on cane-seat chairs from Tell

City, Ind., to Oklahoma City, Okla. 3359 Excessive rate on lumber from Raleigh, W. Va., to Levanna, Ohio, as compared

with rate from same point to Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. 3360. Excessive rate on coal from Bulger, Pa., to Milwaukee, Wis., when for points

beyond. 3361. Excessive rate on grapes, carload, from Stevensville, Mich., to Chicago, Ill. 3362 Higher rates on lumber, piling, and telegraph poles from Yantic and other Con

necticut points than from London, Conn., to Worcester and Boston, Mass. 3363. Excessive rate on one car of wagons shipped from Kansas City, Mo., to Caney,

Ind. T., as compared with rate on same shipment from Kenosha, Wis., point

of origin, to Kansas City, Mo. 3364. Excessive rate on crude petroleum from Moran, Kans., to points in Missouri,

Kansas, and Illinois. 3365. Rate on oats, carloads, from Chicago, Ill., to Warrenton, Va., as compared with

rate on same commodity from same point of shipment to Washington, D. C. 3366. Overcharge on a car of cotton-seed meal from Fort Smith, Ark., to Nashville,

Kans. 3367. Discrimination in rates on scrap brass and scrap copper, carloads, from East St.

Louis, Ill., to New York City, as compared with rate on copper, blister cop

per, base bullion, etc., between same points. 3368. Unjust discrimination in the classification of photographic dry plates. 3369. Overcharge on shipment of household goods from Yuma, Ariz., to McCredie, Mo. 3370. Excessive charges on one car of oil shipped from Welsh, La., to Mobile, Ala. 3371. Higher rate on varnish from Chicago, Ill., to Oklahoma City, Okla., than from

Chicago to South McAlester, Ind. T. 3372. Discrimination in the classification of steam boilers. 3373. Discrimination in rate on rough granite for other than building purposes, car

loads, from Barre, Vt., to Burlington, Iowa. 3374. Refusal of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway to move shipment of

goods from Chicago, Ill., to Seymour, Mo. 3375. Delay in furnishing cars for transportation of cattle from Blaker Mills, W. Va.,

to other States; also that charges are excessive, cars are in bad condition,

and cattle are delayed on road and not properly fed and watered. 3376. Pipe-line allowance of 12 cents per 100 pounds by the Missouri Pacific Railway

Company to Waters-Pierce Oil Company from East St. Louis, Ill., to St.

Louis, Mo. 3377. Unjust discrimination in rates on wheat from points on the Oregon Railroad

and Navigation Company lines to Chicago, IlI., and St. Louis, Mo. 3378. Unreasonable delay in shipment of car of flour from Kansas City, Mo., to Ger

mantown, Pa. 3379. Refusal of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company to forward ship

ment of household goods from Ocean Springs, Miss., to Flint, Mich. 3380. Excessive rate on wheat, carloads, from Canby, Minn., to Clermont, Iowa. 3381. Refusal of free delivery in Washington, D. C., on traffic originating in Pitts

burg, Pa., while shipments from New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore to Washington are delivered free at store door.

coast.

3382. Excessive charges on one car of strawberries shipped from Sarcoxie, Mo., to

Lincoln, Nebr. 3383. Excessive charges in transportation of the Murray Amusement Company from

De Funiak Springs, Fla., to Mobile, Ala., and Augusta, Ga. 3384. Unjust discrimination by the Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company in fur

nishing of cars at Cavett, Ohio, for shipping hay and grain. 3385. Excessive rate on walnut logs from Parkersburg, W. Va., to Baltimore, Md.,

as compared with rate on same commodity from Marietta, Ohio, to samé

point of de tination. 3386. Excessive rate on lumber from Bolinger, La., to Gorham, III., as compared

with rate from Bolinger to East St. Louis, IIÍ. 3387. Loss of goods in transit while en route from Spruce Creek, Pa., to Nashville,

Tenn. 3388. Excessive rates on cotton-mill products from Barnesville, Ga., to the Pacific 3389. Discrimination by various railroads in refusing to weigh coal at destination

when consigned to Augusta, Ga., while at the same time they weigh other

merchandise at that place when consigned thereto. 3390. Unjust discrimination by the Chicago and Northwestern Railway in rates on

coal from points on their line to Austin, Ill. 3391. Classification and rates on leather from Chicago, Ill., to Hammond, La., as

compared with the same on shipments from same point of origin to New

Orleans, La. 3392. Alleges that farmers are not furnished shipping facilities by the Missonn,

Kansas and Texas Railway, at Tupelo, Ind. T. 3393. Loss of goods in transit. 3394. Loss of goods in transit. 3395. Overcharge on shipment of one car of coal from Pittsburg, Kans., to Enid,

Okla. 3396. Overcharge on one car of lumber shipped from Olympia, Ga., to Martins Ferry,

Ohio, 3397. Unnecessary delay in transportation of household goods from Dallas, Tex., to

Jacksonville, Fla. 3398. Excessive switching charges on one car of oats by the Wabash Railroad Com

pany, at St. Louis, Mo. 3399. Excessive rate on cement from Siegfried, Pa., to Wilkesboro, N. C., as com

pared with rate to other southern and also western points. 3400. Excessive rates on lumber from Reserve and Couderay, Wis., and Pentoga and

Iron River, Mich., to Chicago, as compared with rates from Duluth Ash

land, Bayfield, and other lake ports to same point. 3401. Discrimination in rates on export cotton in favor of New Orleans and Port

Arthur, Tex., and against Galveston, Tex. 3402. Discrimination in rate on southern pine lumber from lower Mississippi Valley

points to Sioux alls, S. Dak., as compared with rate on like traffic to Sioux

City, Iowa. 3403. Higher rate on lumber, carloads, from Dexter, Mo., to Fort Smith, Ark., than

on like traffic in the opposite direction. 3404. Excessive rates on oil, in less than carloads, from St. Louis, Mo., to points in

Arkansas, as compared with carload rates on same commodity from and to same points. Also alleges differences in classification of oil in wooden bar

rels, in the States of Missouri and Arkansas. 3405. Excessive rate on vinegar and pickles, less than carloads, from St. Louis, Mo.,

to Texarkana, Ark. 3406. Excessive charges on brick from Long Island City, L. I., to Oyster Bay, L. I.,

when shipments originate at Epping, N. H. 3407. Higher rate on lumber from Rhinelander, Wis., to Gurnee, III., than from

same point of origin to Chicago, Ill. 3408. Higher passenger fare from Baltimore, Md., to New Albany, Ind., than from

New Albany to Baltimore. 3409. Overcharge on shipment of a car of lumber from Fairford, Ala., to Blissfield,

Mich. 3410. Excessive charges on shipment of one car of corn chops from Charleston, Mo.,

to Dexter, Mo., thence to Jackson, Miss. 3411. Excessive weights and overcharge in connection with shipments of bananas

from New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala., to Kansas City, Mo. 3412. Overcharge on account of excessive weights on carload shipments of bananas

from New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala., to Kansas City, Mo.

3413. Higher rate on lumber, carloads, from Winona, Minn., to Layton Park Station,

a suburb of Milwaakee, Wis., than rate on like traffic to Milwaukee. 3414. Refusal of the Southern Railway Company to permit routing on shipments of

furniture from Mount Airy, N. C., to Portland, Oreg. 3415. Alleges that typewriters are classified as double first class under the Western

Classification whereas they are first class under Official Classification. 3416. Rate on fertilizer fro Shreveport and Bossier, La., to Kingsland, Ark., as

compared with rate on same commodity from same points when received

from connecting lines to same point of destination. 3417. Discrimination in rates on fire brick from Oak Hill, Ohio, to points on the

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. 3418. Excessive rate on hay, carloads, from Lenapah, Ind. T., to Strong, Ark. 3419. Overcharge and loss on one car of lumber from Olympia, Ga., to Toledo, Ohio,

diverted to Huntington, W. Va. 3420. Excessive rate on cotton from Joaquin, Tex., to Shreveport, La., as compared

with rate on same commodity from Logansport, La., to same point. 3421. Higher rate on leather from Asheville, N. C., to California points than on like

traffic from New York City to same points of destination. 3422. Refusal of the Sumpter Valley Railway to accept shipments when destined for

points beyond its lines. 3423. Alleges that the combination of local rates between certain points is lower than

the through rate between same points. 3424. Rule of the Indian and Oklahoma Conference Committee governing weights of

potato shipments. 3425. Overcharge on shipment of one car of hay from Grand Island, Nebr., to

Ormond, Fla. 3426. Excessive rate on cotton-seed hulls from Lake Providence, La., to Texar

kana, Ark. 3427. Unjust discrimination against Dublin, Ga., in freight rates on coal. 3428. Improper classification of wooden novelties. 3429. Overcharge on account of misrouting of one car of lumber shipped from Glen

denning, Ga., to Hammond, Ind. 3430. Overchargeon one car of lumbershipped from Brunswick, Ga., to Baltimore, Md. 3431. Discrimination against Reno and other Nevada points caused by billing of goods

from eastern points for Reno to Sacramento, Cal., and then back again to

Reno. 3432. Through rates from Buffalo and Cleveland via Chicago and Milwaukee to Fari

bault, Minn., lower than rates on like traffic from Chicago, an intermediate

point. 3433. Overcharge on one car of lumber shipped from Tifton, Ga., to Bellaire, Ohio. 3434. Higher minimum charge on single shipments from Chicago, Ill., to Julesburg,

Colo., than to Chappell, Nebr., a point further distant on same line. 3435. Higher rates on through shipments of cotton from Blackshear, Ga., to New

York City than by shipping to Savannah, Ga., and reshipping from Savan

nah to New York by Ocean Steamship Company. 3436. Discrimination in ciass rates by St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Rail

way against Hope, Ark., in favor of nearby points on the same line. 3437. Discrimination by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company against various

timber shippers and in favor of the Atlantic Saw Mill Company. 3438. Overcharge on one car of grase matting shipped from St. Paui, Minn., to Okla

homa City, Okla 3439. Overcharge on one car of lumber shipped from Sterrett, Ala., to Philadel

phia, Pa. 3440. Illegal switching charge on one car of coal consigned to a contractor in Chicago. 3441. Excessive rate on coal from Thurmond, W. Va., to Paducah, Ky. 3442. Higher rate on grain, carloads, from Chicago, Ill., to Marienville, Pa., than to

Kane, Pa., a point further distant on the same line. 3443. Higher rates on iron and steel vehicle axles from Milwaukee, Wis., to Minne

apolis and St., Paul, Minn., than from Toledo, Ohio, to same points of

destination. 3444. Discrimination in freight rates against El Paso, Tex., as compared with other

cities in Texas and Louisiana to points on the Pecos Valley System. 3445. Unjust discrimination in the delivery of carloads of dressed meat at Provi

dence, R. I. 3446. Excessive rate on Kansas flour from East St. Louis, Ill., to Centralia, Ill., as

compared with rate to certain other Illinois points.

3447. Excessive rate on canned goods, carloads and less than carloads, from Biloxi,

Miss., to New Orleans, La. 3448. Discrimination in rates on ripe bananas from New Orleans, La., to Jackson,

Tenn., and South. 3449. Excessive advance in rates on lumber from Madison, S. C., and points in same

group to eastern points 3450. Excessive charge for marking 237 pigs of tin shipped from New York City to

Kewanee, Ill. 3451. Excessive charges on one car of emigrant movables from Arkoe, Mo., to Stutt

gart, Ark. 3452. Higher class rates from Kansas City, Mo., to Amarillo, Tex., than from same

point to points of destination farther distant in Texas and New Mexico. 3453. Issuing of passes by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company: 3454. Discrimination in rates on grapes, carloads, from points in Ohio to Meridian,

Miss., and other southern points, as compared with rates from points in New

York and Pennsylvania to same points of destination. 3455. Higher rates on sugar, carloads, from New Orleans, La., to Texas common

points than to more distant points in Indian and Oklahoma Territories. 3456. Higher rate on furniture from Carolina points to Washington, D. C., than com

bination of locals. 3457. Higher charges on furniture than would result if based on actual weight at less

than carload rate. 3458. Failure of Southern Railway Company to furnish proper equipment for the

transportation of furniture from points on its line. 3459. Unjust discrimination in rates on sugar from New Orleans, La., to Nashville,

Tenn., as compared with rates to Louisville, Ky., and points beyond. 3460. Discrimination in rates on pineapples from Cuba to points in the United States,

as compared with rates from Delray, Fla., to same points of destination. 3461. Overcharge and discrimination on shipments of poultry caused by billing of

poultry gross weight, including full weight of ice. 3462. Excessive rate on furniture, carloads, from Nappanee, Ind., to Chicago, Ill.,

as compared with rates from points in Indiana and Michigan to same point

of destination. 3463. Excessive rate on oak lumber from points on Paint Creek Branch of the Chesa

peake and Ohio Railway to eastern points. 3464. Excessive rate on wood split pulleys from Chicago, Ill., to Minneapolis, Minn. 3465. Wrongful practice of carriers at Cincinnati, Ohio, in misrouting traffic contrary

to instructions and contents of bill of lading. 3466. Overcharge on shipment of canned goods from New York City to Americus, Ga. 3467. Higher rate on corn from Cuba, Kans , to points in Texas than from Kansas

City, Mo., to same points of destination. 3468. Excessive rate on staves from Pomona Road, Tenn., to Louisville, Ky., as

compared with rate from Crossville, Tenn., to same destination. 3469. Discrimination by the Chicago and Alton Railway in furnishing a competitor

with free passes. 3470. Discrimination on account of milling-in-transit privileges granted to the North

rup Milling Company of Platte City, Nebr. 3471. Protests against proposed increase in freight rate on bagging for baling cotton

from Charleston, S. C., to Fitzgeraid, Ga. 3472. Excessive rate on canned tomatoes from Virginia shipping points to Macon,

Ga., as compared with the rates to Atlanta, Ga., on like traffic. 3473. Excessive rate on bagging for baling cotton from Charleston, S. C., to Thomas

ville, Ga., as compared with rate on same commodity from same point of

shipment to Albany, Ga. 3474. Excessive rate on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to Thomasville, Ga., as com

pared with rate on same commodity from same point of origin to Albany, Ga. 3475. Protests against the rates on poplar lumber from Atlanta, Ga., to Ohio River

points, as compared with rates on same commodity from Chattanooga,

Tenn., to same points of destination. 3476. Overcharge on shipment of bananas from Cairo, Ill., to Charleston, Mo. 3477. Protests against certain practices in respect to elevation and transfer of grain

at Fort Worth, Tex. 3478. Discrimination by the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company in

restriction of reconsignment privileges at Fort Worth, Tex. 3479. Excessive ratings in Western Classification applied to oil shipments in less

than carloads.

.cago, Ill.

3480. Protests against an increase of freight rates on cotton bagging from Charleston,

S. C., to Georgia points. 3481. Higher rates on lumber from southern points to Clifton Springs and Geneva,

N. Y., than from same points of destination to Rochester or Syracuse, N. Y.,

passing through Clifton Springs and Geneva. 3482. Excessive rate on wagons, carloads, from Louisville, Ky., to Hot Springs,

Ark., as compared with rates from same point to Camden, Pine Bluff, Little

Rock, Ark. 3483. Overcharge caused by improper billing of shipment of starch from Anoka,

Minn., to Greenville, 8. C. 3484. Excessive rate on lumber from Rockland, Tex., to Port Arthur, Tex., when

destined to Tampico, Mexico. 3485. Excessive rate on handles from Barnard, N. C., to Chattanooga, Tenn. 3486. Excessive charges on petroleum and its products, in less than carloads, from

Philadelphia, Pa., to Hartford, Conn. 3487. Overcharge in rate. 3488. Excessive rates on bananas, carloads, from New Orleans, La., to Kansas City,

Mo., and Des Moines, Iowa, as compared with rate on like traffic to Chi3489. Higher through published rate on wrapping paper, less than carloads, from St.

Louis, Mo., to Huntsville, Ala., than combination of rates, St. Louis to

Nashville plus rate Nashville to Huntsville, Ala. 3490. Overcharge in rates on soft coal from mines in the Springfield district to Fort

Madison, lowa. 3491. Discrimination against flour mills along the line of the St. Louis and North

Arkansas Railroad by excessive tariff rates on wheat as compared with rates

on flour from and to same points. 3492. Excessive and unjust freight charges on shipment of household goods from

Washington, D. C., to San Antonio, Tex. 3493. Refusal of agent of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company

to bill car of buckwheat flour from White, S. Dak., to New Prague, Minn. 3494. Excessive rate on flour from Lansing, Mich., to Peru, Grand Dodge, and Pitts

field, N. Y. 3495. Refusal of the Delaware and Hudson Company to receive shipment of hay at

Ballston Lake, N. Y. 3496. Excessive charge on shipment of gospel tents from Curtis, Nebr. 3497. Excessive charges on Armour refrigerator cars as compared with charge for use

of Colorado and Southern Railway Company cars. 3498. Refusal of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company to make joint

rates with the Texas and Pacific Railway from Longview, Tex., to points

north of the State of Texas. 3499. Refusal of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company to put in a switch for the

accommodation of their coal business. 3500. Overcharge on shipment of hay from Hannon, Mo., to Sylamore, Ark., and

subsequently reshipped to Newport, Ark. 3501. Higher rates on canned meats from Chicago, Ill., to Yazoo City, and Green

wood, Miss., than the published packing-house products' rates from and to

said points. 3502. Overcharge on shipments of potatoes, carloads, from Saline, Mich., to White

Rock, Pa. 3503. Unjust discrimination against Hastings, Minn., in rates on coal, etc., by the

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. 3504. Refusal of railroads to make carload rate on glue from St. Louis, Mo., to points

south of the Ohio River. 3505. Excessive charges on one car of coal shipped from Bush, Ill., to Illmo, Mo. 3506. Excessive rates on corn, oats, etc., from Bucklin, Kans., to Dalhart, Tex. 3507. Higher rates charged on lumber, carloads, from points on the Chesapeake and

Ohio Railway to York, Williamsport, and Lock Haven, Pa., than to Ridg

way, Pa., a point farther distant over same line in same direction. 3508. Unjust and unreasonable charges on small shipinents. 3509. Overcharge on shipments of sand from Willow Creek, Ind., to Chicago, Ill. 3510. Excessive rate on canned goods from points near Baltimore to Baltimore, Md. 3511. Rate on cement, carloads, from Chicago, Ill., to Northfield and Faribault, Minn.,

as compared with rate from same point of shipment to St. Paul and Min

neapolis, Minn. 3512. Discrimination in rates on vehicles from Jackson, Mich., to Carmona, Pa., as

compared with rates on same commodity from Jackson to Butler, Pa.

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