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Sol

Pound
Half pound
1/5 pound

$4.8665
2.4332
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$0.4867

Dollar, Yuan * dollar..

$0.4663

.1813

"/s dollar.
Zie dollar

$0.0725

.0363

1. sol
17,10 sol (dinero).
1720 sol (% dinero).-

.2433
.0973
.0486
0243

MEXICO.

Gold

Silver

URUGUAY.

20 Pesos
10 Pesos.
5 Pesos

$9.9690
4.9845
2.4922

Peso.
50 Centavos..-
20 Centavos.
10 Centavos.

$0.4985

.2492
.0997
.0498

DENOMINATION

Value in

U.S.
Money

DENOMINATION

Value in

U.S. Money

Gold

Silver

PANAMA.

Doubloon.

$10.3422

Silver

Silver

Peso (piaster)
50 centesimos (soles).-
20 centesimos...
10 centesimos.

$1.0342

.5171
2068
1034

Peso (%5 balboa)
* Peso (% balboa)

$0.5000

.2500

20 centesimos..
10 centesimos.
5 centesimos.

$0.1000

.0500
.0250

ARGENTINA.

VENEZUELA.

Gold

Silver

Gold

Silver

Peso...

Argentine......
Half argentine.

$4.8236
2.4118

50 centavos
20 centavos
10 centavos.

$0.9648

.4824
.1929
.0964

100 bolivars.
25 bolivars
20 bolivars.

$19.2948

4.8237
3.8589

5 bolivars.
2% bolivars.
2 bolivars.

1 bolivar y bolivar.

bolivar.

$1.9647

.4282 .3859 .1930 .0965 .0482

BRAZIL.

Gold

Silver

20 milreis. 10 milreis. 5 milreis.

$10.9269

5.4635
2.7317

2000 reis..
1000 reis.
500 reis.

$1.0927

.5463 .2732

CUBA.

CHILE.

Gold

Silver

Gold

Silver

Condor (20 Pesos).
Doblon (10 Pesos).
Escudo (5 Pesos).

$7.2997
3.6498
1.8249

Peso
20 centavos..
10 centavos.
5 centavos.

$0.3650

.0730
.0365
.0183

20 Pesos.
10 Pesos.
5 Pesos
4 Pesos..
2 Pesos..
1 Peso

$20.0000
10.0000
5.0000
4.0000
2.0000
1.0000

Peso
40 Centavos.
20 Centavos.
10 Centavos.

$1.0000

.4000 .2000 .1000

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Eastbound Basing and Billing Book.
Erie R. R. Fast Freight Line, Eastbound Basing and Billing Book.
Class and commodity rates between points in Western Trunk Line

territory and from such points to C. F. A., T. L., N. E., South-
eastern and Southwestern territories; also to Canadian points.
Also rates from New Orleans and other Southern points to W. T.
L. A. territory. Import and Export rates via the Gulf ports to and
from W. T. L. A. territory and, in some instances, Export rate

from C. F. A. territory to the Gulf ports.
Tank Car Gauge Book, which gives capacities of tank cars used to

transport liquid freight and names of firms owning or operating

such tank cars.
Canadian Car Demurrage Rules.
Official Railway Equipment Register, which gives car numbers,

marked capacity, length, width, height and cubical capacity of

freight cars.
Rates between points in Carolina and Virginia territory.
Rates from Carolina and Virginia territory to Eastern points.
Rates from Eastern points in New England and Trunk Line terri-

tories, also from Eastern Canada, to points in the South.

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APPENDIX

R. H. COUNTISS..

Trans-Continental Freight Bureau..

Chicago, Ill..

Government Land Grant Bases.
Class and commodity rates between Pacific Coast and Intermediate

territory and Eastern United States points.
Import and Export rates via Pacific Coast ports.

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Chicago, Ill.
New York City.

Perishable Protective Tariffs containing rules governing the handling

and protection of perishable freight.
N. Y. C. R. R. (East), Rail and Lake Eastbound Basing and Billing

Book.

J. P. DERVIN.

G. F. A., N. Y. C. R. R. (East)
(Now handled by M. R. Garrison.)
NAT. DUKE.

Agent, Lake Shore-Lackawanna Fast Freight

Lines..
E. H. DULANEY. Southern Classification Committee.

(Formerly handled by J. E. Crosland.)

New York City.
Atlanta, Ga.

Eastbound Basing and Billing Book.
Southern Classification No. 47 (Consolidated Classification No. 4)

also exceptions thereto.
Also Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi classifications.
Also tariff of specifications of standard containers for fresh fruits and

vegetables and loading rules applicable to shipments originating at points in the States of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

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APPENDIX

J. H. GLENN.

Atlanta Freight Tariff Bureau..

Atlanta, Ga.

Rules and regulations pertaining to the handling and packing of ex

plosives and dangerous articles.
Class and commodity rates from New Orleans, La., Port Chalmette,

La., Mobile, Ala., Gulfport, Miss., and Pensacola, Fla., to Ohio
River Crossings, C. F. A., Missouri River Crossings, etc., and vari-

ous Eastern points. (See under Agents Boyd, Leland and Speiden.)
Perishable Protective Tariff, containing rules governing the handling

and protection of perishable freight.
Rates between points in the State of Texas, both interstate and intra-

state.
Rates between Texas points and Ruston, La., and points taking same

rates, such rates being related to the Shreveport-Texas rates.
Export rates on cottonseed products to New Orleans, etc., from points

in Texas.
Western Classification No. 59 (Consolidated Classification No. 4).
N.Y.C. R. R.(East), Rail and Lake Eastbound Basing and Billing Book.
Class and commodity rates from Virginia cities to various N. E.

T. L. and C. F. A. points, also rates applying locally in Virginia.
Rates between points in Southeast south of the Potomac and Ohio

Rivers and east of the Mississippi River, and from such territory to
various Eastern and Western points, except such rates as are issued
by Agents Boyd, Cottrell and Speiden.
Class and commodity rates between South Pacific Coast points,

Southern Intermountain territory and between same and points in

Montana, Idaho, Washington, Wyoming and Northwestern Canada.
Class and commodity rates from New England territory to C. F. A.

territory.
Class and commodity rates between Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, etc.,

and points in Washington, Idaho and Montana.
Canada Southern Line Eastbound Basing and Billing Instructions.
Class and commodity rates from points in C. F. A. territory to Eastern

and Canadian points and between points in C. F. A. territory, in

cluding Ohio and Mississippi River Crossings.
National Demurrage Rules.
Uniform Storage Rules.
Rates applicable to practically all traffic to, from and between the

States of Louisiana west of the Mississippi River, Texas, Oklahoma
and Arkansas, except rates published by Agent Countiss.

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F. W. GOMPH.

Pacific Freight Tariff Bureau..

San Francisco, Cal..

N. W. HAWKES. New England Freight Ass'n Tariff Bureau.... Boston, Mass..

(Now handled by F. Van Ummersen.)
S. J. HENRY

North Pacific Coast Freight Tariff Bureau.... Seattle, Wash..

C. A. HUNT..

C. T. B., Michigan Central R. R.

Detroit, Mich.
Chicago, Ill.

B. T. JONES..

Central Freight Association Tariff Bureau...
(Formely handled by W. J. Kelly.)

W. J. KELLY.

Central Freight Association Tariff Bureau.... Chicago, Ill. (Also see B. T. Jones.)

F. A. LELAND.

Southwestern Freight Bureau.

St. Louis, Mo..

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Boston, Mass.

Class and commodity rates from New England to C. F. A. territory.

F. Van UMMERSEN New England Freight Ass'n Tariff Bureau..

(Formerly handled by N. W. Hawkes.) F. WILD, JR... Colorado-Utah Freight Bureau.

Denver, Col.

H. WILSON.

Trunk Line Tariff Bureau..

New York City.

Rates applying between Colorado common points and Utah common

points.
Class and commodity rates from New York, Philadelphia and Balti-

more and points taking same rates; also from interior points in
T. L. territory, to C. F. A. territory, all-rail, rail-and-lake, and
rail-lake-and-rail; also to St. Paul, Minn., etc., including pro-
portional rates to Missouri River.
Rules and regulations governing storing and reconsigning in transit

of apples, carloads, at points in T. L. territory.
Rates on iron and steel articles, pig iron, billets, mill scale, scrap iron,

etc., from Connellsville, Cumberland, Fairmount and Johnstown
territories to C. F. A. territory.
Class rates from Connellsville, Fairmount and Johnstown territories

to C. F. A. territory.
Class and commodity rates from New York Harbor to Buffalo, N. Y.,

and Western points via canal-and-lake and rail-canal-and-lake.
Domestic rates on ex-lake grain, in bulk, from Buffalo, N. Y., and

Erie, Pa., to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and in

terior points.
Export rates on ex-lake grain, in bulk, from Buffalo, N. Y., Erie, Pa.,

and Oswego, N. Y., to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston,

etc.
Routing instructions from T. L. territory to C. F. A. for use in con-

nection with the all-rail class and commodity rates.
Maximum tariff from Trunk Line territory to Intermountain and In-

termediate points.
Tariffs formerly issued by Mr. Wright have been taken over by in-

dividual lines.

APPENDIX

G. C. WRIGHT..

Northwestern Freight Tariff Bureau.

St. Paul, Minn...

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D. C.

HENRY C. HALL, of Colorado, Chairman.
CLYDE B. AITCHISON, of Oregon.

JOHN J. ESCH, of Wisconsin.

CHARLES C. McCHORD, of Kentucky.
JOHNSTON B. CAMPBELL, of Washington.

ERNEST I. LEWIS, of Indiana.

FRANK McMANAMY, of District of Columbia.
FREDERICK C. COX, of New Jersey.

MARK W. POTTER, of New York.
JOSEPH B. EASTMAN, of Massachusetts.

BALTHASAR H. MEYER, of Wisconsin.
GEORGE B. McGINTY, of Georgia, Secretary:
ALFRED HOLMEAD, of the District of Columbia, Asst. Secretary.

W. P. BARTEL, Director, Bureau of Service.
ULYSSES BUTLER, Chief Examiner, Bureau of Formal Cases.

W. V. HARDIE, Director, Bureau of Traffic.
FRANK C. STRATTON, Chief, Bureau of Dockets.
ARJA MORGAN, Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases.

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