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3513. Discrimination in rate on oil from Lincoln, Nebr., to Cody, Wyo., proper, as

compared with rate on same commodity from same point to Cody when for

Thermopolis, Wyo., a point more distant over same line in same direction. 3514. Excessive rating in Western Classification of rapid roller letter copier. 3515. Excessive rates on vehicles from Jackson, Miss., to Delhi, N. Y. 3516. Overcharge on one car of coal shipped from Douglas, W. Va., to Freeburg, Mo. 3517. Unjust discrimination in rates on baled straw from Taylor, Mo., to Peoria,

III., as compared with rate on same commodity from La Grange, Mo., to

Peoria. 3518. Unnecessary delay in shipment of goods from Grinnell, Iowa, to New York

City. 3519. Higher through published rates on old bagging from Baltimore, Md., to

southern points than can be made from and to same points by combination

of local rates to and from Norfolk, Va. 3520. Overcharge on shipment of household goods from Fenton, Iowa, to News

Ferry, Va. 3521. Exessive rate on linseed oil from Minneapolis, Minn., to Louisville, Ky., as

compared with rate to St. Louis, Mo. 3522. Excessive charges on one box of tools shipped from Rankin, Ill., to Jonesboro,

Ark. 3523. Loss caused by unnecessary delay in delivery of shipment of goods by the

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 3524. Unsatisfactory and tardy freight service rendered by the St. Louis and San

Francisco Railroad in respect to cotton shipments. 3525. Overcharge on shipments of celery from Sanford, Fla., to New York City. 3526. Refusal of the Lake Erie and Western Railway Company to bill grain from

Arrowsmith, Ill., to Buffalo, N. Y., routed over the Michigan Central

Railway. 3527. Overcharge caused by wrongful charge by terminal line for “extra handling"

of iron safes. 3528. Refusal of railroad to route shipments of lumber from Dean Switch, Tenn., to

New York via Detroit, Mich. 3529. Unjust classification of corn mills in Southern Classification Territory. 3530. Overcharge on one car of corn shipped from Valparaiso, Nebr., to Bales, Mo. 3531. Refusal of railroad to issue transportation to attendants with live-stock ship

ments from Georgia points to Jacksonville, Fla. 3532. Overcharge on hominy, carloads, from Belleville, Ill., to Oklahoma City, Okla. 3533. Unnecessary delay in shipment of machinery from Grand Rapids, Mich., to

La Nana, Tex. 3534. Rate on oil, less than carloads, from St. Louis, Mo., to points in Indian Terri

tory, as compared with rate on same commodity when shipped in carload

lots from and to same points. 3535. Excessive rate on milk from Newton Falls, Ohio, to Warren, Ohio. 3536. Delay and damage to shipments of sirup from Georgia to Texas. 3537. Excessive rates on tobacco from Martinsville, Va., to Georgetown, Del., and

other eastern points, as compared with rates from western points to same

points of destination. 3538. Excessive rate on hides, carloads, from Moberly, Mo., to Dayton, Ohio, as

compared with rate on same commodity from Des Moines, Iowa, to same

destination. 3539. Excessive rate on one car of pipe shipped from Youngstown, Ohio, to Beau

mont, Tex., sold in transit and diverted to Dayton, Ohio. 3540. Protest against the classification and application of rates on glued-up dimension

stock. 3541. Higher rate on red-cedar piling, carloads, from Huntsville, Ala., to St. Louis,

Mo., than from farther distant points on same line to same point of desti

nation. 3542. Excessive icing charges on shipments of vegetables from Sanford, Fla. 3543. Excessive charges on one automobile shipped from Reading, Pa., to Tipton, Oreg. 3544. Delay in shipment of oil tank from Oil City, Pa., to Hull, Iowa. 3545. Higher rate on screen doors and window screens from Fenton, Mich., to

Winooski, Vt., than rate in opposite direction. 3546. Discrimination in rates on hard coal to Carleton, Mich. 3547. Higher through published rates on interstate shipments charged by the Mis

souri Pacific Railway Company than may be obtained by combination of local rates from and to same points established by the railroad commissions of the States of Arkansas and Texas.

3548. Overcharge on one car of corn shipped from Bradshaw, Nebr., to Lincoln,

Nebr., and reconsigned to New Cambria, Mo. 3549. Excessive freight charges on shipment of two cars of pipe from Rosbys Rock,

W. Va., to Sulphur, La., originally consigned to Beaumont, Tex., and diverted

en route. 3550. Excessive rate on hay in carloads and less than carloads from Helena, Ky., to

Birmingham, Ala. 3551. Higher rates on canned goods and fruits from California points via New Orleans

to Nashville, Tenn., than to Ohio River and neighboring points, 3552. Overcharge on one car of emigrant movables shipped from Stromsburg, Nebr.,

to St. Anthony, Idaho. 3553. Discrimination in classification and rating of motor cycles to Pacific coast, as

compared with classification and rating of bicycles to same territory. 3554. Excessive rate on mixed carload of lumber and wagon wood in the white, not

further finished, from Fayetteville, Ark., to Baker City, Oreg. 3555. Overcharge on one car of drugs and store fixtures shipped from Kansas City,

Mo., to Cotter, Ark. 3556. Excessive charges on shipment of potatoes from Casanova, Va., to Washington,

D. C. 3557. Refusal of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company to pay claims for

overcharge on shipments of corn from Kansas City, Mo., to Grandin, Mo. 3558. Delay in shipment of goods from Marshall, Tex., to Washington, D. C. 3559. Higher rate charged by the Southern Railway Company on shipments of lum

ber from Atlanta, Ga., to Indianapolis, Ind., than obtainable via other lines

from and to same points. 3560. Discrimination against One hundred and thirtieth street station, New York

city, by the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, in

refusing to receive shipments of hay. 3561. Discrimination against Hickman, Ky., in rates from that point to points in the

southeast, as compared with rates from Memphis, Tenn., to points in same

territory. 3562. Excessive rate on 1 barrel of mineral water shipped from Carlisle, Ky., to

Greenville, Fla. 3563. Classification of bananas. 3564. Discrimination in rate on gum lumber from Millport, Miss., to Cincinnati,

Ohio, as compared with rate on same commodity from Greenville, Miss., to

same point of destination. 3565. Refusal of railroads to furnish cars for shipments of hay at Weedsport, N. Y. 3566. Overcharge on one car of coal shipped from Dawson, Ind. T., to Enid, Okla. 3567. Excessive rates on barytes from Knoxville, Tenn., to Chicago, III., as com

pared with rates from Lynchburg, Va., to same point. 3568. Failure to get cars for shipment of baled hay at Weedsport, N. Y. 3569. Failure to get cars for shipment of hay at Vera, Ind. T. 3570. Excessive passenger fare charged between Jacksonville, Fla., and Savannah,

Ga. 3571. Overcharge on seven cars of hay shipped from Monroe, Mo., to New Orleans,

La., via East St. Louis, Ill. 3572. Excessive weight charged on one car of brick from Mansfield, Ark., to Soper,

Ind. T. 3573. Excessive rate on plaster, less than carloads, from Port Clinton, Ohio, to Hitch

cock, Okla., as compared with rate on like traffic from Port Clinton to

London, England. 3574. Excessive rate on 1 crate of rugs from Erie, Pa., to Minneapolis, Minn. 3575. Demurrage charges on coal shipped to Columbus, Ga. 3576. Overcharge on seven cars of potatoes shipped from Denver, Greeley, Farmers

Spur, Colo., to Oklahoma City, Okla. 3577. Overcharge on two cars of passenger vehicles shipped from Columbus, Ohio,

to Oklahoma City, Okla. 3578. Excessive rates on sugar from New Orleans, La., and New York City to Fort

Wayne, Ind., as compared with rates on same commodity from same points

to Indianapolis, Ind. 3579. Excessive rate charged on stock cattle, carloads, from Optima, Okla., to Com

iskey, Kans. 3580. Advance in rates on bottles, carloads, between points in Central Freight Asso

ciation Territory.

3581. Discrimination in rates on flour from Springfield, Mo., to Memphis, Tenn.,

proper, as compared with rate to points beyond. 3582. Rate on coal from Beech Creek District to New Britain, Conn., as compared

with rate to Hartford and East Hartford, Conn. 3583. Rate on cement, in carloads, from St. Louis, Mo., to Tularosa, N. Mex., as com

pared with rate from same point of shipment to El Paso, Tex. 3584. Discrimination by the Chicago Great Western Railway in refusing to provide

station and train facilities at Wyeth, Mo. 3585. Delay in transportation of coal in carloads from points in Ohio and West Vir

ginia to Ludington, Mich., via Pere Marquette Railroad, and demurrage

charges consequent upon such detention. 3586. Illegal passenger rates charged by the Charleston and Western Carolina Rail

way. 3587. Excessive rates on cream as compared with freight charges on milk shipped in

same car over the Pennsylvania Railroad. 3588. Overcharge on one car of corn from Derby, Ill., to Marshall, Tex. 3589. Overcharge on one car of coal shipped from Gallitzin, Pa., to Ellington, Mo. 3590. Excessive weights charged by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad on phos

phate rock shipped from Mount Pleasant, Tenn., to Montgomery, Ala. 3591. Excessive charges on shipment of coal from West Grassdale, Ill., to Western

Springs, Ill. 3592. Rates on cotton from Little Rock, Ark., to points in southeastern territory, as

compared with rates on like traffic to seaboard cities. 3593. Overcharge on shipment of apples from a point in Michigan to Sterling, Ill. 3594. Overcharge on one car of brick from Mansfield, Ark., to Bokoshe, Ind. T. 3595. Overcharge on five cars of lumber from Winona, Minn., to Milwaukee, Wis. 3596. Excessive freight rates on ground phosphate rock from Mount Pleasant, Tenn.,

to Columbia and Amelia, Va. 3597. Overcharge on shipments of rough granite from Barre, Vt., to Chazy, N. Y. 3598. Weights charged on shipments of live poultry from Ewing, Mo., to Quincy, Ill. 3599. Excessive switching charge by the Pennsylvania Railroad for moving carloads

coal received from connecting lines in Baltimore, Md. 3600. Terminal charges at Savannah and Brunswick, Ga., on shipments of Sea Island

cotton from local and competitive points in Georgia. 3601. Higher through published rates on Îumber from points in North Carolina to

points in Pennsylvania, via Baltimore, Md., than the combination rates based

on Virginia cities. 3602. Higher rates from Chicago, Ill., to points in Colorado on the Denver and Rio

Grande Railroad than to Utah common points via the same road. 3603. Excursion rate from Kansas City, Mo., to Buffalo, N. Y., less than from Chilli

cothe, Mo., to same point. 3604. Discrimination by carriers in rates on wheat from Oklahoma shipping points

in Texas and on the Gulf of Mexico, in favor of shipments from same points

of origin to Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago. 3605. Improper routing on shipment of furniture, less than carloads, from Elmira,

N. Y., to Beaumont, Tex., and overcharge on same. 3606. Classification of depot wagons. 3607. Discrimination in rates by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Com

pany against Winfield, Mo., as compared with Elsberry, Mo. 3608. Round-trip excursion rate from Pendleton, Oreg., to Newport, Oreg: 3609. Excessive rate on walnut logs from Christy, Ind. T., Fair Play, and Exeter, Mo.,

to Galveston, Tex. 3610. Classification of leather scrap. 3611. Higher rate on cattle from Remington, Okla., to Kansas City, Mo., than from

Fairfax, Okla., a point farther distant on the same line. 3612. Classification of leather scrap. 3613. Higher rate on whisky, less than carloads, from Owensboro, Ky., to Peoria, Ill.,

than froni Louisville, Ky., to same point of destination, Owensboro being an

intermediate point. 3614. Overcharge on shipment of chickens from Washington, N. C., to Philadel

phia, Pa. 3615. Excessive baggage rate between El Paso, Tex., and Deming, N. Mex. 3616. Lower rates on sugar from New Orleans, La., to points in Indian Territory

than to Little Rock, Ark., an intermediate point on direct line. 3617. Discrimination against millers of Kansas on account of rebates to grain dealers.

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3618. Excessive rates on fertilizer from Montgomery, Ala., to various points in

Georgia and Alabama, as compared with rates from Macon, Ga., and Atlanta

to the same points. 3619. Excessive rate on hay from Millersville, Ill., to Louisville, Ky., and Cincin

nati, Ohio, as compared with rate on grain from and to same points. 3620. Excessive rate charged on one car of stone from Cairo, Ill., to Dexter, Mo.,

originating at Bedford, Ind. 3621. Higher rate charged by the Pennsylvania Company on a shipment of buggies

from Youngstown, Ohio, to Bethel, Pa., than is charged hy the Baltimore

and Ohio Railroad on like shipments from and to same points. 3622. Illegal passenger fare charged from Baltimore, Md.,

to Pittsburg, Pa., in addition to excursion rate from Pittsburg to Atlantic City, N. J., and return. 3623. Excessive rate on fuller's earth from Fairview, Utah, to Kansas City, Mo. 3624. Delay.in shipment of a buggy from St. Louis, Mo., to Dillwyn, Pa. 3625. Excessive storage charges on a small shipment from Nashville, Tenn., to a

point in Oklahoma Territory. 3626. Discrimination by steamer Greyhound against sugar and in favor of flour rates. 3627. Lower rates on lumber from points in Arkansas to St. Louis, Mo., than from

same points of shipment to intermediate points with St. Louis, Mo. 3628. Higher rate from Covington, Ga., New York City than from New York

City to Covington. 3629. Excessive rate on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to Quitman, Ga., as com

pared with rate from same point on same commodity to Albany, Ga. 3630. Overcharge on one car of charcoal shipped from Crosby, Pa., to Troy, N. Y. 3631. Excessive rates on milk from Twinsburg, Ohio, to Cleveland, Ohio, as com

pared with points farther from Cleveland. 3632. Lower rates on explosives from Chicago, Ill., to Birmingham, Ala., than to

intermediate points. 3633. Unreasonable rate on petroleum and its products from points in Pennsylvania

to points in Iowa. 3634. Unreasonable rates on wheat and potatoes from Gwinner, N. Dak., to Superior,

Wis. 3635. Excessive rate on drain tiles from Earlville, Ill., to Baker, Ill., as compared

with rate from West Brooklyn, Ill., to same point of destination. 3636. Higher charge from Falmouth, Me., to Boston, Mass., for passenger fares than

from Boston to Falmouth. 3637. Higher rates on cattle, carloads, from points on the Santa Fe System to Kansas

City, Mo., than from Fairfax, Okla., to same point. 3638. Excessive freight charge on one car of vegetables shipped from Greeley, Colo.,

to Frederick, Okla. 3639. Higher rate from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Bowling Green, Ky., than is charged to

Nashville, Tenn., a point farther distant on same line. 3640. Protests against advance in freight rates on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to

Cordele, Ga. 3641. Protests against advance in freight rates on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to

Bainbridge, Ga. 3642. Protests against advance in freight rates on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to

Albany, Ga. 3643. Protests against advance in freight rates on bagging from Charleston, S. C., to

Columbus, Ga. 3644. Higher rate on stone from Findlay, Ohio, to Melrose, Ohio, than to Briceton,

Ohio. 3645. Unnecessary delay in shipment of fertilizer from A villa, Ind., to Bryant, Ind. 3646. Overcharge on shipment of goods on account of misrouting. 3647. Excessive charges on one car of lumber shipped from St. Louis, Mo., to Des

Moines, Iowa. 3648. Excessive rate on railroad ties from Ewing, Mo., to Quincy, Ill. 3649. Higher rate on eggs from Browning, Mo., to Bloomfield, Iowa, than to Burling

ton, Iowa. 3650. Overcharge in freight and icing charges on eleven cars of tomatoes, cantaloupes,

and potatoes shipped from Livingston, Tex., to various points. 3651. Higher rates on grain and grain products from Cincinnati, Ohio, and Kenova,

W. Va., to Roanoke, Va., and intermediate points than to Norfolk, Va. 3652. Higher rate from North Tonawanda, N. Y., to Williamsville, N. Y., than from

same point of origin to Buffalo, N. Y.

3653. Discrimination by railroads carrying oil from St. Paul, Minn., to various inter

state destinations in favor of the Standard Oil Company. 3654. Discrimination in freight rates on live hogs from Missouri River territory to

Seattle, Wash., as compared with rates granted Missouri River packers on

packing-house products between the same points. 3655. Overcharge on four cars of mussel shells from Griffin, Ind., to Louisiana, Mo. 3656. Discrimination in coal rates when for Cleveland, Ohio, delivery. 3657. Excessive rates on coal from Ohio mines to Stony Ridge, Ohio. 3658. Overcharge on shipment of tablets from Greenville, Ohio, to New York, N. Y. 3659. Refusal of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway, to receive ship

ments of printing machinery at St. Louis, Mo., when destined to Belleville,

Ark. 3660. Refusal of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway to furnish cars for ship

ment of wheat from Marion, Nebr., to Kansas City, Mo. 3661. Excessive charges on one car of lumber shipped from Chicago, Ill., to Wil

mette, Ill. 3662. Higher rates on grain and grain products from Osborne, Ohio, to points on the

Norfolk and Western Railway, between Kenova, W. Va., and Roanoke, Va.,

than to Roanoke and points east thereof to Norfolk, Va. 3663. Loss of shipment of shoes from St. Louis, Mo., to Albany, Oreg. 3664. Excessive freight and refrigeration charges on shipments of grapes, carloads,

from Florin, Cal., to Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. 3665. Continual disregard of all shipping instructions. 3666. Excessive charges on shipments of furniture from Chicago, Ill., and other points

to Kearney, Nebr. 3667. Excessive rate on walnut gun butts, in the rough, from McBaine and Columbia,

Mo., to East St. Louis, Ill., as compared with rate from same point to New

Haven, Conn. 3668. Excessive charges on sugar beets, carloads, from Bernice, Ill., to Riverdale, Ill. 3669. Classification of paper and paper bags. 3670. Discrimination in rates on butter, cheese, and eggs, from points on the Has

tings and Dakota Division of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway,

to St. Paul, Minn., as compared with rates from same points to Chicago, Ill. 3671. Overcharge on one car of lumber shipped from Tifton, Ga., to Paris, Tenn. 3672. Overcharge on one car of lumber shipped from Moultrie, Ga., to Guyandotte,

W. Va. 3673. Excessive rate on ax handles from Dexter, Mo., to certain points in Indian and

Oklahoma Territories. 3674. Lower rates on cattle from Fairfax, Okla., to Kansas City, Mo., than from inter

mediate points to same destination. 3675. Excessive rates charged for storage by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail

way. 3676. Unjust discrimination in freight rates on salt, carloads, from New Orleans, Lan,

to Cullman, Ala., as compared with rates on same article from same point of

origin to Birmingham, Ala. 3677. Excessive rate on cement from Cementon, Pa., to Cynthiana, Ky. 3678. Unjust discrimination in freight rates against Bradford, Pa., and in favor of

Buffalo and Pittsburg. 3679. Excessive rate on apples from Seymour, Mo., to Memphis, Tenn. 3680. Discrimination against shipments of grain from points in North Dakota to

Superior, Wis., on account of a defective inspection system in Minnesota,

resulting in confusion and delay. 3681. Discrimination against Wisconsin and in favor of Minnesota in the matter of

inspection of grain from points in North Dakota to points in Wisconsin and

Minnesota. 3682. Excessive rate on trace chains, in less than carl ads, as compared with rate on

same commodity in carloads from Columbus, Ohio, to San Francisco, Cal. 3683. Overcharge on one barrel of apples shipped from Wellsbridge, N. Y., to Pine

Bluff, N. C. 3684. Overcharge on shipments of potatoes, carloads, from Colorado points to Enid,

Okla. 3685. Excessive rates on cement plaster, carloads, from Acme, Tex., to points in

Arkansas. 3686. Excessive rate charged on wool from Philadelphia, Pa., to Fort Wayne, Ind.,

as compared with rate on same commodity from Fort Wayne to Philadelphia.

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