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Of inbound switching charges at Louisville or Cincinnati. Rates on Grain
Milled in Transit, 27 (30).
which switching charges at Tacoma are absorbed by defendant. Columbia
Gold Mining Co. v. 0.-W. R. & N. Co., 42 (44).
ported across either Merchants’ or Eads bridge. Cape Girardeau Portland
Cement Co. v. St. L. & S. F. R. R. Co., 109 (120).
Coal Rates from Oak Hills, Colo., 456 (459).
incident to crossing the river at other gateways. Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron
Co. v. L. & N. R. R. Co., 460 (466).
Property investment accounts as now standing on books of carriers can not be
accepted as reliable. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite Coal, 220 (269).
Advance Case, 497 (505).
representative roads: 1908–1914. Id. (519).
in investment is not coincident with changes in accounting rules. Id. (537).
Income and Profit and Loss accounts considered. Id. (542).
It is the object of the Interstate Commerce Act and Elkins Act to prevent favorit-
ism by any means or device whatsoever and to place all shippers upon equal
terms. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite Coal, 220 (289).
Carload shipments from concentration points are given, in addition to services
incident to usual carload shipments, refrigeration and an expedited service.
Regulations as to Storage of Dairy Products, 469 (473).
Rule 10 (e) of Tariff Circular 18-A, cited. Columbia Gold Mining Co. v. 0.-W.R.
& N. Co. 42 (44).
Proposed increased rates, though small shipments will bear the greater share
thereof, will not result in unjust discrimination, and are allowed to be made
ADVANCE IN RATES—Continued.
Proposed establishment of a proportional rate between East St. Louis and Louis-
ville or Cincinnati which will result in higher aggregate rates to southeastern
Portland to Tacoma, leaving applicable a combination rate, justified. Columbia
instances. Lighterage and Storage Regulations at New York, 47.
Pennsylvania found not justified; and that their object was to eliminate fourth
Long Branch, 73 (75).
leaving in effect class E, not justified. Drain Tile from Illinois Points, 83.
warranted. National Asso. of Tanners v. L. V. R. R. Co., 175 (178).
Cincinnati, and Evansville, leaving in effect higher combinations, justified;
Cincinnati, Ohio, 179.
Baton Rouge, and certain other points in Mississippi and Louisiana, to Vicks-
Valley points, justified. Coal and Coke Rates in the Southeast, 187.
in Mississippi and Tennessee, not justified. Id. 187.
of Dairy Products, 469 (471).
ern carriers, proposed increased rates and minima justified only in part. 1915
Western Rate Advance Case, 497.
of the reasonableness, propriety, and nondiscriminatory character of increased
rates. Id. (562).
traffic chosen must be at the very minimum end of earning scale. Id. (562).
corresponding increase in rates on slack. Id. (610).
other states to points on the Missouri and Mississippi rivers and to Chicago,
III., not justified. Live-Stock Rates from Colorado Points to Omaha, 682.
transported in cars of peculiar construction do not of themselves justify increased
ADVANCE IN RATES—Continued.
Proposed increase of 25 cents per gross ton, "prepared sizes," from Pennsylvania
mines, justified. Anthracite Coal Rates to Chicago, Ill., and Other Points, 702.
To destroy the parity in rates on grain and grain products would decrease the
advantages of mills located near producing points. 1915 Western Rate Advance
Case, 497 (577).
Proposed increase in rates resulting from transposition of collection and delivery
service allowance and rail terminal allowance permitted. Express Rates, 3
tion against competing shippers who are charged full tariff rates. Rates for
Transportation of Anthracite Coal, 220 (241, 243).
Method of reducing the masses of coal from mines into the various sizes used for
domestic and commercial purposes. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite
Coal, 220 (223).
centration, discussed. Appendix. Id. (297).
Advantages granted to allied coal companies by: Rates for Transportation of An-
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey. Id. (241).
Reading Companies. Id. (239).
Rates from mines via the D., L. & W. R. R., the D. & H. Co., the P. R. R. Co.,
and the N. C. Ry. shown. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite Coal, 220
property if carrier so willed. Id. (282).
against established tariff rates, presents strong evidence that rates are excessive.
Described. The anthracite coal-producing fields are divided into three trade
regions. Appendix. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite Ccal, 220 (292, 293).
Rates on cotton piece goods in western trunk line territory are any-quantity rates
and can not be considered less-than-carload rates. 1915 Western Rate Advance
Case, 497 (634).
Advance Case, 497 (641).
Carriers involved with few exceptions are principal arteries of commerce to
largest city on this continent. Rates for Transportation of Anthracite Coal,
Distance to common market points from Mitchell, Ind. Lehigh Portland Cement
Co. v. B. & 0. S. W. R. R. Co., 14 (21).
Clarksburg, and Pittsburgh districts. Athens Glass Co. v. B. & 0. R. R. Co.,
Boston, Mass., considered. Nitro Powder Co. v. West Shore R. R. Co., 77 (78).
load of 39,000 lbs., Drain Tile from Illinois Points, 83 (84).
to Atlanta, Ga. Nebraska Bridge Supply & Lumber Co. v. A. G. S. R. R. Co.
homa, considered: Oklahoma Cottonseed Crushers Asso. v. M., K. & T. Ry.
ness of rates. Cape Girardeau Portland Cement Co. v. St. L. & S. F. R. R. Co.,
for an average haul of 215 miles, considered. Chattanooga Log Rates, 163 (168).
ners v. L. V. R. R. Co., 175 (177).
mile earnings considered. Coal and
phis is 233 and 268 miles, respectively. Id. (197).
Centro and Calexico, Cal., to Galveston and El Paso. Imperial Valley Cotton
Co. v. S. P. Co., 215 (217).
initial carriers during the year ended June 30, 1913. Rates for Transportation
of Anthracite Coal, 220 (257).
reported by 69 carriers in the Five Per Cent case, and with that earned on all
freight traffic of 19 carriers for year ended June 30, 1913. Id. (258).
of actual distance specific commodities included in that average are hauled.
Haul and division of through rates via direct Ohio River gateways prior to Octo-
ber 1, 1914. Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron Co. v. L. & N. R. R. Co., 460
commodities. 1915 Western Rate Advance Case, 497 (570).
coal traffic shown. Id. (604).
and distance haul for hay and all carload freight, six roads, 1914. Id. (630).
Stock Rates from Colorado Points to Omaha, 682 (686).
Proposed rules prohibiting through checking of baggage, etc., on combination
tickets found not justified. Rules and Regulations Governing Checking of
Balance sheets of the large coal companies. Appendix. Rates for Transporta-
tion of Anthracite Coal, 220 (373–376).
Competition of, caused exceptional rates. Lumber Rates from Wilson, Ark., to
Cincinnati, Ohio, 179 (180).
Gulf of Mexico, and coal must be unloaded into ocean-going vessels. Coal
and Coke Rates in the Southeast, 187 (194).
Ohio River not a barrier to the free movement of traffic to and from territory on
either side thereof. Lehigh Portland Cement Co. v. B. & 0. S. W. R. R. Co.,
Unproductive betterments. For such purposes a railroad, no doubt, is justified
in accumulating a reasonable amount of surplus. Rates for Transportation of
Anthracite Coal, 220 (270, 271).
spondents' income and surplus. Appendix. Id. (339).
Rates on logs and lumber from producing territory involved to Atlanta are blank-
eted. Nebraska Bridge Supply & Lumber Co. v. A. G. S. R. R. Co., 90 (92).
tensively as on cottonseed products. Oklahoma Cottonseed Crushers Asso. v.
land Cement Co. v. St. L. & S. F. R. R. Co., 109 (124).
nooga Log Rates, 163 (171).
region are covered by blanket rates to a particular destination. Rates for