Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904

Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904

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Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 1904
 
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission
Hard Cover
405 pages
Copyright December 19 1904
CONTENTS
Regulation of rates  5
Private cars in freight traffic  10
Advantages 10
Disadvantages 12
Terminal railroads 19
Illinois Northern Railroad 19
Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway 21
Voluntary submission of controversies 23
Differential case 24
Memphis case 26
Character of cases before the Commission  29
Compulsory testimony before the Commission 31
Uniform bill of lading investigation 35
Complaints before the Commission 36
Hearings and investigations 39
Cases settled and discontinued  41
Decisions by the Commission 42
Divisions or allowances to terminal or industrial railroads-allowances to elevators 42
Private car lines and refrigeration of fruit in transit 47
Publication and filing of tariffs on export and import traffic 49
Unreasonable rates 50
Long and short haul section 54
Unjust discrimination and undue preference 57
Pooling61
Reparation  62
Publication and filing of rate schedules-Simplification of tariffs-Specification of routes-Authorization of joint tariffs 64
Routine work of the Commission 72
Operating division  72
Division of statistics 75
Division of rates and transportation  76
Court decisions 77
Chesapeake and Ohio Coal case 77
Orange cases 78
Kearney, Nebr., case 79
Mandamus to compel filing of annual reports 80
Cases incidentally construing the act to regulate commerce 81
Interstate transportation 82
Facilities of traffic 84
State railroad commission cases 85
Liability of carrier for loss or damage 86
Land-grant railroads 87
Accident to passenger riding on a pass 87
Injunctions to restrain ticket brokers  87
Civil cases pending in the courts 88
Enforcement of the law 90
Safety appliances 90
Court decisions relating to the safety-appliance law 95
Railroad accidents 97
Statistics of railways 105
Preliminary report on the income and expenditures of railways for the year ending June 30, 1904  105
Final report for the year ending June 30, 1903  106
Mileage and classification of railways 107
Equipment 107
Employees  108
Capitalization of railway property 109
Public service of railways  110
Earnings and expenses  110
Railway accidents 112
National Association of Railway Commissioners 114
APPENDICES.
A. Names and compensation of all employees, together with a statement of appropriations and expenditures 115
B. Points decided by the Commission since its organization 127
C. Formal and informal complaints filed during the year 321
D. Safety appliances and railway accidents 345
E. Statistics of railways in the United States. Report for year ending June 30, 1903 371
F. Preliminary report on the income account of railways in the United States for the year ending June 30, 1904  373
G. Review of railway operations and regulation in the United States 375
Index  377
INDEX
ABERDEEN GROUP COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION V. MOBILE AND OHIO R. CO_ 50, 299
ABSTRACT QUESTIONS 303
ACCIDENTS, RAILROAD (see Railroad Accidents) 97-105,112-114,345
ACCIDENT TO PASSENGER RIDING ON A PASS 87
ACT TO REGULATE COMMERCE
amendments    5-10, 18, 19, 23, 114
appropriations and expenditures 115
carriers subject to 304
cases decided under, during year 41
cases incidentally construing 81
civil cases pending under 88
classification 51, 52, 59, 60, 88, 90, 305
common control, management or arrangement 305
complaints    36, 321
continuous carriage of freight306
enforcement of90
findings of fact under 309
formal proceedings under 321
informal complaints under 321
power of Commission over rates_. 5-10
practice _ 314
rebates  19, 315
reparation  9, 36, 37, 38, 39, 62, 64, 316
section 1 _ 36, 37, 38, 39, 50, 54, 88, 114, 309, 315
section 2 36, 37, 38, 39, 57, 61, 316, 319
section 3 ._ 36, 37, 38, 39, 57, 61, 82, 314, 318
section 4    36, 37, 38, 39, 54, 57, 88, 309, 312, 316
section 5 _    61, 79, 309, 314
section 6    36, 37, 38, 39, 49, 64, 317
section 7 _. 317
section 8 62, 307
section 9_ 313
section 12 33, 319
section 13 32.318
section 14  ___. 309
section 15 309
section 16 309.317
section 17 317
section 21   319
section 22 319
transportation subject to 319
ADAMS, NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co. e 87
ADDPTIONAL LEGISLATION 5-10,18, 19, 23, 114
ADRIAN, MICH  39, 41
ADVANTAGES OF PRIVATE CARS IN FREIGHT TRAFFIC 10
AGREED VALUATION 81
AGREEMENTS  303
AIKEN, S. C 38
ALABAMA     36, 40, 45
ALABAMA MIDLAND R. CO., TROY BOARD OF TRADE G 212
ALBUQUERQUE, N. MEx 39
ALCOHOL  37
ALEXANDRIA, IND  38
ALFORD V. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC R. Co 169
ALLEN V. LOUISVILLE, NEW ALBANY AND CIIICAGO R. Co 134
ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. CO., WOLF BROTHERS 234
ALLOWANCES TO ELEVATORS 39, 42, 299, 308
ALLOWANCES TO TERMINAL OR INDUSTRIAL RAILROADS 42
AMENDMENTS TO THE LAW, RECOMMENDATIONS 5-10, 18, 19, 23, 114
AMERICAN TRANSIT REFRIGERATOR CO 14
AMERICAN WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION V. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Co 250
AMITY, Mo 36
ANDREWS SOAP CO. V. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS It. CO 175
ANNAPOLIS, WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE R. CO., RE 130
ANNUAL REPORTS OF CARRIERS, MANDAMUS TO COMPEL. FILING OF 80, 89, 90
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURES UNDER ACT TO REGULATE COMMERCE    115
ANTHONY SALT CO. V. MISSOURI PACIFIC R. CO 203
ANTITRUST LAW 303
APPENDICES 115
ARIZONA 36, 40
ARKANSAS 26, 37, 40, 45, 107
ARKANSAS CITY, KANS 38
ARKANSAS RAILROAD COMMISSION  26, 27
ARMOUR CAR LINES COMPANY 14, 15, 16, 18, 47, 48
ARRIGHI V. DENVER AND RIO GRANDE R. CO 96
ASSOCIATED WHOLESALE GROCERS OF ST. LOUIS V. MISSOURI PACIFIC It. Co  133
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILWAY ACCOUNTING OFFICERS 114
ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS, NATIONAL 114
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA R. Co., UNITED STATES V. 87
ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co 39, 41, 78
Business Men's League of St. Louis u_283
Duncan v 215
Freeman v 239
Gustin v 260
Johnston-Larimer Dry Goods Co. y 231
Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners V 262
Kindel v 271, 290
Mayor and City Council of Wichita v 286, 287, 288
re  234, 235, 241, 251
Rice v  182
San Bernardino Board of Trade v 177
Shippers' Union of Phoenix v 280
United States y 89
ATLANTA, GA 39, 55
ATLANTA AND WEST POINT R. CO., RE 161
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. Co 51, 52
Georgia Peach Growers' Association y    50, 298
Swaffield y 52, 298
v. Commonwealth 86
Wilson v 84
ATTACHMENT OF FOREIGN CAR83
ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES 32, 90, 95
AUGUSTA, GA 38
AUTHORIZATION OF JOINT TARIFFS 64
AUTOMATIC COUPLERS, EQUIPMENT FITTED WITH . 108
AUSTIN AND NORTHWESTERN R. CO., DALLAS FREIGHT BUREAU V 275
AVA, ILL  38
AVOCA, MICH 39
BAIRD, INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION V 31
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. CO.
Castle v 263
Glade Coal Co. y    58,298
Montell y 246
New York Produce Exchange y 252
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R. Co. y 168
Riddle, Dean and Co. y137, 142
Robinson y 84
Sprigg 267
BALTIMORE AND OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. Co 94
Bell Co. y 290
Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' Exchange y 59, 301
BALTIMORE, MD''4, 25, 2x9, 38, 41, 56
BANANAS  56
BARLEY  41
BARNESVILLE, OHIO 41
BARROW V. YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY R. CO 52. 299
BATES V. PENNSYLVANIA R. CO 167, 186
BAYOU SARA, LA 40, 52
BAY 'VIEW, WIS 21
BEATRICE, NEBR 38
BEAVER V. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI AND ST. Louis B. Co 1.93
BEER  37
BEHLMER V. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. Co 219
BEHREND V. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN R. Co 290
BELINGTON, W. VA 38
BELL COMPANY V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. CO 290
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C 40
BILL OF LADING 41, 303
uniform  3a
BIRMINGHAM, ALA 114
BISHOP V. DUVAL 162
BLACKING DAUBERS 59, 60
BLACKMAN V. SOUTHERN R. CO 53, 300
BLACKVILLE, S. C 38
BLAIRSTOWN, IOWA 36
BLOCK SYSTEM_.. 98-102
BLUEFIELD. W. VA 37,  41
BOARD OF TRADE OF PHILADELPHIA 26
BOARDS OF TRADE UNION OF FARMINGTON, ETC., T. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. Co 135
BOERING V. CHESAPEAKE BEACH R. CO 87
BOOKS, PAPERS, AND DOCUMENTS 303
BOOTS  40
BOSTON AND ALBANY R. Co., KEMBLE V 255
v. Boston and Lowell It. Co 133
BOSTON AND LOWELL R. CO., BOSTON AND ALBANY R. CO. V 133
BOSTON AND MAINE R. Co 81
carriage of person free by, re 197
Diamond Mills y 282
Macloon y 291
United States, ex rel. Martin A. Knapp y 89
BOSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. CO 139
BOSTON FRUIT AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE V. NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND R. Co 190, 194
BOSTON, MASS 6, 15, 24, 29, 37, 38, 39, 40, 51, 56, 61
BOURBON STOCK YARDS Co 57
BOYER V. CHESAPEAKE, OHIO AND SOUTHWESTERN R. CO 235
BRADY V. PENNSYLVANIA R. Co 148, 210
BRICK MACHINERY 39
BRIDGE CHARGES 303
BRIMSON CASE 34
BROCKWAY V. ULSTER AND DELAWARE R. Co_253
BROKERAGE, TICKET 87, 319
BROWNELL V. COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI MIDLAND R. CO 211
BROWN V. WALKER 34
BRUSHES  CO
BUCHANAN V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co 194
BUCKEYE BUGGY CO. V. CLEVELAND,.CINCINNATI, CHICAGO AND ST. Louis R. Co 290
BUFFALO, N. Y 22, 25, 36, 37, 43
BURDEN OF PROOF 303
BURLINGTON SYSTEM 19
BURLINGTON AND MISSOURI 'RIVER R. Co. Griffee y 152
Gustin v-268
Lincoln Board of Trade V 149
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS AND NORTHERN R. CO., GILBERT V 96
BURTON STOCK CAr. CO. V. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON AND QUINCY R. CO 133
BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA.
v. Chicago and Northwestern R. Co  146
y. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha R. Co 144
BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE OF ST. LOUIS V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co 283
CAB SERVICE 82
CAFFREY, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. CO. v 88
CAIRO, ILL97, 38, 50
CALIFORNIA 11, 13, 107
CALIFORNIA ORANGE ROUTING CASES 78
CALLOWAY V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. CO 246
CANADA  14
CANADIAN COMPETITION 304
CANADIAN PACIFIC R. Co.
James and Abbott y 211
re  254
CANNED GOODS 38
CANNON FALLS, MINN 39
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND WESTERN R. CO., MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS R. TIE AND LUMBER CO. v 130
CAPEIIART V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 184
CAPITALIZATION OF RAILWAY PROPERTY 109, 110
CAPITAL STOCK OF RAILWAYS 109, 304
CARLOAD RATES304
CAR MILEAGE304
CARRIAGE OF PERSONS FREE BY BOSTON AND MAINE R. CO., RE 197
CARRIERS
accident reports    97-105, 112, 114, 345
annual reports of    80, 89, 90
competition -82, 306
liability for loss or damage 81, 86, 87, 311
liable under Elkins law 19, 32, 34, 45, 49, 77, 308
lien 311
private 84
regulation of 5-10
safety appliances 90-97, 316 , 345
subject to act 304
valuation 51, 81, 320
CARR V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co 273
CARS 108, 304
discrimination in furnishing 57, 58, 60
failure to furnish    39, 41, 58
foreign 83
immigrant    61, 310
inspection of 90-93,310
mileage 304, 312
private 10-19
refrigerator- 10-19,315
safety appliances on 90-97, 316, 345
supplying    37, 42, 60, 84
CAR-SERVICE CHARGES 80
CARY V. EUREKA SPRINGS R. CO 243
CASES DECIDED BY THE COMMISSION DURING THE YEAR 42-64
CASES INCIDENTALLY CONSTRUING THE ACT TO REGULATE COMMERCE 81
CASES PENDING IN THE COURTS 88
CASES SETTLED AND DISCONTINUED41
CASTLE V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. CO 263
CASUALTIES TO RAILWAY EMPLOYEES  97, 113, 114
coupling and uncoupling cars 113
falling from train and engines 113
resulting from collisions and derailments 113
resulting from jumping on or off trains 113
CATES, ALA39
GATOR V. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO216
CATTLE 37, 41, 53
CATTLE RAISERS' ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS V. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON AND QUINCY R. Co 30, 62, 293
y. Fort Worth and Denver City R. Co949, 250
CAU U. TEXAS AND PACIFIC R. CO 86
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA R. CO., DAWSON BOARD OF TRADE V 256
CENTRAL R. CO. OF NEW JERSEY
New Jersey Fruit Exchange e 149;
Warren-Ehret Co. y 271
CENTRAL STOCK YARDS 57,58
CENTRAL STOCK YARDS CO. V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. CO 81
CENTRAL VERMONT R. CO 94
CENTRAL YELLOW PINE ASSOCIATION V. VICKSBURG, SHREVEPORT AND PACIFIC R. Co 45, 296
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF BALTIMORE 26.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF BOSTON 26
CHARACTER OF CASES BEFORE THE COMMISSION 29
CHARGES FOR TIIE TRANSPORTATION AND REFRIGERATION OF FRUIT OVER PERE MARQUETTE AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROADS, RE 300
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH R. CO., SAVANNAH BUREAU OF FREIGHT AND TRANSPORTATION V 247, 251
CHARLESTON, S. C 38,55,56
CHATTANOOGA 54, 55, 56
CHATTANOOGA BOARD OF. TRADE V. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co 209
CHATTANOOGA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE V. SOUTHERN R. Co 54, 295
CHATTANOOGA, ROME AND COLUMBUS R. CO., HAMILTON & BROWN V 191
CHAUNCEY, GA 38
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO COAL CASE 77
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO  R. CO77, 78
Interstate Commerce Commission 77
United States v 89
CHESAPEAKE BEACH R. CO., BOERING U87
CHESAPEAKE, OHIO AND SOUTHWESTERN R. CO., BOYER V 235
CHEWING GUM 40
CHICAGO AND ALTON It. CO 39, 94
Chicago Board of Trade y 179
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. Co. y 168
Leonard v 166
re 246
United States y 89
v. Pennsylvania R. Co 131.
CHICAGO AND EASTERN ILLINOIS R. CO., RE 243
CHICAGO AND GRAND r1 RUNIC R. CO.
Larrison v 133
Michigan Congress Water Co. y 158
Potter Manufacturing Co. y 208
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R. Co 39
Business Men's Association of Minnesota a 146
Chicago Fire Proof Covering Co. ,U 262
Logan y 159
Macloon u 197
Omaha Commercial Club y 245
Rand y 156
United States y 81,88
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE V. CHICAGO AND ALTON R. Co 179
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON AND QUINCY R. Co39
Burton Stock Car Co. v 133
Cattle Raisers' Association of Texas v 62, 293
Interstate Commerce Commission y 62, 64
Martin v 144
United States v 89
CHICAGO FIRE PROOF COVERING CO. V. CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R. Co 262
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN R. CO 39, 103
United States v. 89
CHICAGO, ILL  - 13.
17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 30, 35, 30, 37, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 49, 57. 62, 64 CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISVILLE R. CO., PRATT LUMBER CO. v    56, 292
CHICAGO JUNCTION RAILWAY CO19
CHICAGO, LAKE SHORE AND EASTERN R. Co 21, 43
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE 62
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUI. R. CO 39, 94
Boards of Trade Union of Farmington, etc., v 135
Eau Claire Board of Trade v 204
La Crosse Manufacturers and Jobbers' Union y 143
Listman Mill Co. v 254
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce y 248
Mount Vernon Milling Co. v 239
Raymond y 136
United States y 89
Voelker v 96
CHICAGO, PEORIA AND ST. LOUIS R. OF ILLINOIS  94
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC R. Co 39.94
Alford v 169
Daniels y 226
Emerson y 222
Mayor and City Council of Wichita r 288
Omaha Commercial Club y 233
Schumacher Milling Co. y 214
United States y 89
v. Chicago and Alton It. Co 164
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND TEXAS R. CO., ROSENBAUM GRAIN CO. 85
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL AND KANSAS CITY R. CO., RE 151
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND OMAHA R. CO. Business Men's Association of Minnesota y 144
Fulton y 132
Johnson v 280
CHICAGO, WEST PULLMAN AND SOUTHERN R. Co 43
CHOCTAW, OKLAHOMA AND GULF R. CO., IIAIIP V 84
CINCINNATI AND MUSKINGUM VALLEY R. CO., PARKS 1' rio, 292
CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANI) MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO SOUTHWESTERN R. Co 59.301
CINCINNATI FREIGHT BUREAU V. CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS
PACIFIC R. Co-- 218, 238
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON R. CO., INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION V 90
Procter & Gamble v177, 188, 285
re  221
CINCINNATI, JACKSON AND MACKINAW R. CO., TECUMSEH CELERY CO. V 212
CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC R. CO.
Cincinnati Freight Bureau y 218, 238
James & Mayer Buggy Co. v 194
Kentucky Board of R. Commissioners v 245
New Orleans Cotton Exchange y 155
CINCINNATI, OHIO 15, 36, 38, 39, 40, 59
CINCINNATI,. PORTSMOUTH AND VIRGINIA R. CO., WILMINGTON TARIFF ASSOCIATION V - 277
CINCINNATI, WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE R. CO., RICE V 163, 201
CIRCUMSTANCES ANI) CONDITIONS 304
CIST V. MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. Co 54,297
CITRUS FRUIT 11
CIVIL CASES PENDING IN THE COURTS 88
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION93
CLARK, F. W., RE 172
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES 40, 305
CLASSIFICATION  51, 52, 59, 60, 88, 90, 305
CLASSIFICATION OF RAILWAYS 107
CLEARFIELD DISTRICT, PA   37
CLEVELAND, AKRON AND COLUMBUS 11. CO., DAISH AND SONS V 287
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS R. CO 94
Buckeye Buggy Co. y290
Myer V  276
CLEVELAND, OHIO  39, 41
CLYDE S. S. CO., GEORGIA R. R. COMMISSION V 204
COAL 29, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 52, 58, 59, 77, 78, 305
COLLISIONS  113
COLORADO    36,40
COLORADO AND SOUTHERN R. CO 94
COLORADO FUEL AND IRON CO. V. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO 228
COLUMBIA, S. C 40, 53
COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI MIDLAND R. CO., BROWNELI. V 211
COLUMBUS AND WESTERN R. CO.
re143
COLUMBUS, GA 40
COLUMBUS, MISS 50
COLUMBUS, OHIO 36, 38, 42
COMBINATION RATES  305
COMMERCIAL CONSIDERATIONS  305
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE OF PHILADELPHIA 26
COMMODITY RATES  305
COMMON CONTROL, MANAGEMENT OR ARRANGEMENT 305
COMMONWEALTH, ATLANTIC COAST LINE It. Co. 86
COMPARATIVE INCOME ACCOUNT OF RAILWAYS OF THE UNITED STATES, CONSIDERED AS A SYSTEM, FOR THE YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1903 AND 1902  112
COMPENSATION OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES109
COMPETITION  82, 306
Canadian_ 95
COMPLAINT  306
COMPLAINTS BEFORE THE COMMISSION 36,321
COMPULSORY TESTIMONY BEFORE THE COMMISSION 31-35
CONCENTRATION OF BUSINESS INTERESTS 306
CONCESSION OF RELIEF  306
CONDUCTORS, NUMBER OF 109
CONGRESS  5, 8, 10, 19, 50, 81, 87, 94, 95, 114
CONNECTING LINES    86, 306
CON NELLSVILLE, PA 22
CONNERY V. QUINCY, OMAHA AND KANSAS CITY It. Co 83
CONSOLIDATED FORWARDING CO. V. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO 278
CONTINENTAL FRUIT EXPRESS 14
CONTINUOUS CARRIAGE OF FREIGHTS 306
CONTRACTS  306
CONTROVERSIES, VOLUNTARY SUBMISSION OF 23
COOLEY, THOMAS M 24, 25
CORDELE, GA 38
CORDELE MACHINE SHOP V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. CO 224
CORN  36, 37, 38, 39, 41
CORN PRODUCTS  38
COST OF CARRIAGE 307
COST OF PRODUCTION307
COTTON  37, 40. 307
COTTON GOODS -. 36, 38, 40
COTTON SEED 38
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA_ 46
COUNCILL 2, WESTERN AND ATLANTIC R. CO  136
COURT DECISIONS 4/-88, 95, 97
accident to passenger riding on a pass._ 87
cases incidentally construing the act to regulate commerce 81
Chesapeake and Ohio coal ease 77
compulsory testimony before the Commission 31
facilities of traffic 84
injunction to restrain ticket brokers87
interstate transportation 82
Kearney case 79
land-grant railroads 87
liability of carrier for loss or damage 86
mandamus to compel filing of annual reports 80
orange cases 78
safety appliances 95
State railroad commission eases 85
COURTS
civil cases pending in 88
decisions of 77-88, 95-97
relating to the safety appliance law 95
COW PEAS 40, 51, 52
CORE BROTHERS & CO. V. LEHIGH VALLEY R. CO 189
CREWS V. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE 11. Co 138
CROSWELL, MICH 39
CURRENT LIABIIITIES 110
DAISH & SONS V. CLEVELAND, AKRON AND COLUMBUS It. CO 287
DALLAS FREIGHT BUREAU
y. Austin and Northwestern R. Co  -275
V. Texas and Pacific R, Co 253
DALLAS, -TEX  36, 52
DAMAGES  9, 36, 37, 38, 39, 62-64, 86, 307, 316
liability of carrier for 86
DANIELS V. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC It. Co 226
DANVILLE V. SOUTHERN R. Co 266, 270
DANVILLE, VA 56
DARLINGTON, S. C    40
DAW SON BOARD OF TRADE V. CENTRAL OF GEORGIA R. CO__ 256
DAWS, GA 38
DECISIONS BY THE COMMISSION 42-64
allowances to elevators 42
divisions or allowances to terminal or industrial railroads 42
long and short haul section  54
pooling  6t
private ear lines and refrigeration of fruit in transit 47
publication and filing of tariffs on export and import traffic 49
reparation  62
unjust discrimination and undue preference 57
unreasonable rates 50
DECISIONS, COURT 77-88,95-97
DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME 106, 111
DELAWARE 38
DELAWARE AND HUDSON CANAL CO.. THATCHER V 133
DELAWARE AND HUDSON COMPANY 81
United States, ex rel. Martin A. Knapp v90
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN R. Co. Haddock V 186
re  243
Shamberg v 192
Milk Producers' Protective Association v _ 2
DELAWARE STATE GRANGE V. NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND NORFOLK. H. Co 151,191,200'
DEMURRAGE CHARGES 36, 37, 38, 86, 307
DENISON LIGHT AND POWER CO. V. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS R. CO_ 52, 300 DENISON, TEX 39, 40, 52
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE R. CO94
Arrighi v96
DENVER, COLD 36, 39, 40, 41
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 90
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR75
DEPARTURE FROM PUBLISHED TARIFF RATES 88,89
DERR MANUFACTURING CO. v. PENNSYLVANIA R. CO 59, 291
DETROIT BOARD OF TRADE V. GRAND TRUNK R. CO. OF CANADA 153
DETROIT, GRAND HAVEN AND MILWAUKEE R. CO.. STONE & CARTEN V.172
DETROIT, MICH 39, 44
DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES 307
DIAMOND MILLS V. BOSTON AND MAINE R. CO 282
DIFFERENTIAL CASE24
DIFFERENTIAL RATES  37, 40, 307
DISADVANTAGES OF PRIVATE CARS IN FREIGHT TRAFFIC 12
DISTANCE 307
DIVIDENDS 106, 111
DIVISION OF- RATES AND TRANSPORTATION 76
DIVISION OF STATISTICS 75
DIVISIONS OF JOINT RATES AND OTHER ALLOWANCES TO TERMINAL RAILROADS, RE 302
DIVISIONS OF THROUGH RATES 19-23, 36, 42, 307, 318
DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE 307
DODGE CITY, KANS 37
DOYLE, MICH 39
DRAWBARS 307
DUBUQUE, IOWA-15
DULUTH, MINN 15
DUNCAN V. ATCIIISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co - 215
DUPONT, LEHIGH VALLEY R. Co. V -86
DUVAL, BISHOP V 162
EARLY CLOSING OF STATION 59
EARNINGS AND EXPENSES OF RAILWAYS 110-112
EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL    36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 50
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co. v Chattanooga Board of Trade y 209
Farrar & Co. y 140
Heck & Petree V 140
James & Abbott V 166
Little Rock and Memphis R. Co. y 160
Pyles & Sons y 139
EAST WILLIAM SON, W. VA 38
EAU CLAIRE BOARD OF TRADE V. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. Co 204
EIGHTH SECTION 62, 307
ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 307
ELEVATORS
allowances to 39, 42
charges 299, 308
ELGIN, JOLIET AND EASTERN R. Co 22
ELKINS LAW 19, 32, 34, 45, 49, 77, 308
Er. PASO, TEx_ 36, 39, 41
ELVEY V. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Co 173
EMERSON V. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC R. Co 222
EMIGRANTS 61, 308, 310
EMPLOYEES OF RAILWAYS -108, 109
casualties to 113
ENCOURAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIES-308
ENFORCEMENT OF THE L&W 90
ENGINEMEN 109
EQUIPMENT, RAILWAY 107, 108
EQUIPMENT TRUST OBLIGATIONS109
ERIE, N. Y 25
ERIE R. Co- 17
ESTOPPEL 64, 308
H. Doc. 146, 58-3-25
Cary v 243
Missouri Board of R. Commissioners y 235
EVANS V. OREGON RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO 136
v. Union Pacific R. Co 229
EVANSVILLE, IND38
EVIDENCE ._ 308
EXPENSES, EARNINGS AND 110-112
operating  5,106,111
EXPORT AND DOMESTIC TRAFFIC IN GRAIN, RELATIVE RATES ON 258
EXPORT AND IMPORT TRAFFIC, RE PUBLICATION AND FILING OF TARIFFS ON 293
EXPORT RATES 38, 39, 85, 308
EXPORT RATES FROM POINTS EAST AND WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, RE  258
EXPORT TRADE OF BOSTON, RE 130
EXPORT TRAFFIC, FILING OF TARIFFS49
EXPRESS COMPANIES  137,308
EXPRESS, EARNINGS FROM111
FACILITIES OF TRAFFIC 57, 81, 84, 308
FAIRPORT, N. Y 25
FALLING FROM TRAINS AND ENGINES, CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM 113
FARMVILLE, VA   37, 41
FARRAR & CO. V. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA It. CO 140
FAST-FREIGHT LINES 309
FENCE WIRE 41
FERRY EXPENSES 309
FEWELL V. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. Co 244
FIFTEENTH SECTION 309
FIFTH AMENDMENT TO TIIE CONSTITUTION 34
FIFTH SECTION 61, 79, 309, 314
FINAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1903 106-114
FINDINGS OF FACT BY COMMISSION 309
FIREMEN  100
FIRST SECTION 36, 37, 38, 39, 50, 54, 88, 114, 309, 315
FISH COMMISSION 130, 309
FITCHBURG R. Co., RE 231
FITZGERALD, GA 38
FIXING OF RATES 5-10,315
FLINT AND PERE MARQUETTE R. CO.. MICHIGAN R. CO. V 223
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce y 157
FLORENCE, KANS 38
FLORENCE R. CO., SOUTH CAROLINA BOARD OF R. COMMISSIONERS 253
FLORENCE, S. C 40
FLORIDA CENTRAL ANI) PENINSULA R. CO., PERRY V 198
FLORIDA R. R. COMMISSION V. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN R. Co_ 195, 200
FLOUR 38, 60, 309
FOOD PRODUCTS, RE CHARGES ON 176, 309
FOREIGN CAR, ATTACIIMENT OF_ 83
FOREIGN MERCHANDISE 309
FORMAL PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED BEFORE THE COMMISSION DURING THE YEAR 321
FORM AND CONTENTS OF RATE SCHEDULES, RE 220
FORT WORTH AND DENVER CITY R. CO., CATTLE RAISERS' ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS V 249, 250
FORT WORTH, TEX 36, 38, 39, 40, 53
FOSTORIA, OHIO 38
FOURTEENTH SECTION 309
FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 34
FOURTH SECTION 36, 37, 38, 39, 54-57, 88, 309, 312, 316
FOURTH-TRACK MILEAGE 107
FREE CARTAGE OF FREIGHT 309
FREIGHT
carried 110
cars 108
classification 51, 52, 59, 60, 88, 90, 305
continuous carriage of 306
free cartage of 309
locomotives 108
perishable 51, 314
pooling of 01, 79, 309, 314
rates to competing localities 82, 300
reshipment 310
revenue  111
routing 316
storage 40, 53, 86, 317
volume 320
FRFIIGIIT TRAFFIC, PRIVATE CARS IN 10-19
FREEMAN V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co 239
FREMONT, EI.KIIORN AND MISSOURI VALLEY R. CO., RE 222
FREE PASSES AND FREE TRANSPORTATION 87,309
accidents to passenger riding on a pass 87
FRUIT 37, 47-49, 50, 51, 78, 79
FRUIT GROWERS' EXPRESS 14
FULTON V. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND OMAHA R. Co 132
FUNDED DEBT OF RAILWAYS 109
GAINESVILLE, TEX 38
GALVANIZED WIRE 39
GALVESTON, TEX -38
GARDNER & CLARK V. SOUTHERN R. CO 56, 300
GAULEY, W. VA 37
GEDDES, UNITED STATES V 95
GEORGIA 6, 11, 12, 14, 36, 40, 51, 107
GEORGIA PEACH GROWERS' ASSOCIATION V. ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. Co__ 50, 298
GEORGIA R. R. COMMISSION 53
v. Clyde S. S. Co 204
GEORGIA R. CO., HEARD V 138, 102
GERKE BREWING CO. V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 210
GIBSON, I. T  40
GILBERT V. BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS AND NORTHERN R. CO 96
GILMAN, ILL 36
GLADE COAL CO. V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. CO. 58,298
GLASGOW, PA 38
GOLDTH WAITE, TEX 8.3
GORDO, ALA 38
GOULD LINES 14
GRAB IRONS 309
GRAIN 36, 37, 38, 39, 00, 310
GRAIN PRODUCTS 39
GRAIN SHIPPERS' ASSOCIATION OF NORTHWEST IOWA V. ILLINOIS CENTRALR. Co  257
GRANITEVILLE, S. C 38
GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA It. CO. D. OSBORN 85
GRAND TRUNK R. CO. OF CANADA
Detroit Board of Trade y 153
McMorran v105
re 101
GRAND TRUNK WESTERN R. CO103
GREASE  37
GREAT BRITAIN  100
GREAT NORTHERN R. Co.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce v_ 210
re  238, 250
GREENVILE, N. C 36
GRIFFEE V. BURLINGTON AND MISSOURI RIVER R. CO 152
GROSS EARNINGS OF RAILWAYS 5,105,111
GROUP RATES 310
GROVE, IND. T 39
GULF, COLORADO AND SANTA FE R. Co 94
v. Moore  82
v. State  83
GULF AND SHIP ISLAND R. CO., LAUREL COTTON MILLS V 82
LUSTIN, A. J 79
GUSTIN
v. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe R. Co 260
v. Burlingtdn and Missouri River R. Co268
v. Illinois Central R. Co 245
HADDOCK V. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN R. Co 186
HALIFAX, N. S 24
HAMILTON & BROWN V. CHATTANOOGA, ROME AND COLUMBUS R. Co 191
HAMPTON BOARD OF TRADE V. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS R. Co  268
HARTER ACT  84
HARP V. CHOCTAW, OKLAHOMA AND GULF R..CO 84
HARRISBURG, PA 41
HARVARD CO. V. PENNSYLVANIA CO 181
HARVEY V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 200
HARWELL F. COLUMBUS AND WESTERN R. Co 136
HAWKINS
v. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern. R. Co 279
v. Wheeling and Lake Erie R. Co 279
HAY 36, 37, 38, 39, 41
HEARD V. GEORGIA R. Co    138, 162
HEARINGS AND INVESTIGATIONS - 39, 310
HEARST, WILLIAM R- 31
HECK & PETREE V. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co 140
HELENA, GA 38
HEWINS V. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. Co 61, 297
HEZEL MILLING CO. V. ST. LOUIS, ALTON AND TERRE HAUTE R. Co 196
HILLSBORO, OHIO 40
HILL & BROTHER V. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS R. Co 223
HILTON LUMBER CO. V. WILMINGTON AND WELDON R. Co 274
HOGS AND HOG PRODUCTS 310
HOLBROOK V, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND MANITOBA R. Co 132
HOLDZKOM V. MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. Co 274
HOLLY 38
HOLMES & Co. V. SOUTHERN R. Co- 269, 270
HOPE, ARK 38
HORSES 40. 52
HOURS OF CLOSING STATIONS 59
HOWELL V. NEW YORK, LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN R. Co 151
HOYT, HON. H. M 95
HUDSON, S. D83
HUGHES, PENNSYLVANIA R. Co. v 81
HURLBURT 'V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN B. Co 148
HUTCHINSON, KANS 38, 39, 43, 44
HUTCHINSON AND ARKANSAS RIVER R. Co 44
HUTCHINSON SALT CO 19, 44
ICING CHARGES 40, 47-49
ICING SERVICE ON PRIVATE CARS 10-19
ILLINOIS  20, 38, 41, 107
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Co   15, 39, 52, 94
American Warehousemen's Association y 250
Elvey y 173
Grain Shippers' Association of Northwest Iowa y 257
Gustin v 245
Lippman & Co. v 158
New Orleans Cotton Exchange V 170
v. Caffrey 88
re233
United States y88
ILLINOIS NORTHERN R. Co 19, 20, 21, 43
ILLINOIS STEEL CO 21,22,43
IMMIGRANTS 61, 308, 310
IMPERIAL COAL CO. V. NEW YORK, LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN It. CO 159
IMPORT RATES 39, 310
IMPORT AND DOMESTIC TRAFFIC, RE 49, 291
INCOME ACCOUNT, COMPARATIVE, OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES 112
and expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1904 105, 106
bonds 109
from lease of road 111
from operation 5, 106, 111
from other sources 106, 111
INDEPENDENT REFINERS' ASSOCIATIONS
v. Pennsylvania R. Co 214, 226
v. Western New York and Pennsylvania R. Co 206, 224
INDEX TO POINTS DECIDED BY THE COMMISSION SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION 303
INDIANA41
INDIANAPOLIS    56, 57
INDIANA, DECATUR AND WESTERN R. CO., SUFFERN, HUNT & CO. y 242
INDIANA IIARBOR, INDIANA 22
INDIAN SUPPLIES 129, 310
INDIAN TERRITORY 7, 52, 107
INDUSTRIAL RAILROADS, ALLOWANCES TO 42
INFORMAL PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED BEFORE THE COMMISSION DURING THE YEAR 321
INJUNCTIONS TO RESTRAIN TICKET BROKERS 87
INSPECTION OF CARS 90-93, 310, 345
INSTRUMENTALITIES OF SHIPMENT OR CARRIAGE310
INTERCHANGE OF TRAFFIC 310
IN THE MATTER OF ALLOWANCES TO ELEVATORS BY THE UNION PACIFIC R. Co 46
IN THE MATTER OF DIVISIONS OF JOINT RATES AND OTHER ALLOWANCES TO TERMINAL RAILROADS 42
INTEREST 111
INTERNATIONAL IIARVESTER Co 19, 20, 21, 22, 43
INTERSTATE COMMERCE 310
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 310
appropriations and expenditures 115
cases decided by, during year 42-64
cases involving enforcement of orders 77-81
cases settled and discontinued 41
character of cases before 29
civil cases pending in courts 88
complaints before 36
compulsory testimony before 31
decisions by 42
differential case 24
division of rates and transportation 76
division of statistics 75
Elkins law   19, 32, 34, 45, 49, 77, 308
enforcement of the law 90
findings of fact 309
formal complaints  321
hearings and investigations 39
informal complaints 321
inspectors 90-93,310,345
jurisdiction  311
library 75
legislation necessary  5-10, 18, 19, 23, 114
Memphis case  26
names and compensation of employees 115
operating division  72
pending cases in courts 88
points decided by 127
power to fix rates 5-10
practice before 314
proceedings before  36, 41
proceedings under the safety-appliance act 95
recommendations as to amendments 5-10, 18, 19, 23, 114
recommendations as to private cars 18, 19
reports of accidents 97-105, 112-114, 345
routine work of 72-77
special sessions  39
suits instituted to enforce orders 88-90
suit to compel testimony before 31-35
v. Baird  '31
v. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. Co 62, 64
v. Chesapeake and Ohio R. Co 77
y. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. Co 90
v. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. Co 80, 88
v. Louisville and Nashville R. Co 80
v. Northern Pacific R. Co 88
v. Southern Pacific Co 78, 79
v. Western New York and Pennsylvania R. Co 88
INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION  82
INVESTIGATIONS AND HEARINGS 39
IOWA BARRED STEEL WIRE CO., RE 129
IOWA RAILWAY CLUB 100
IRELAND 100
IRWIN, PA 41
JACKSON V. ST. LOUIS, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. Co 134
JAMES & ABBOTT
V. Canadian Pacific R. Co 211
y. East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia R. Co 166
JAMES & MAYER BUGGY CO. V. CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC R. Co 194
JEANNETTE, PA 41
JEFFERSON, TEX  37
JEROME HILL COTTON CO. V. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS R. Co 232
JOHNSON V. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND OMAHA R. Co 280
v. Southern Pacific Co 95, 354
JOHNSTON-LARIMER DRY GOODS CO. V. ATC IIISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co  231
JOHNSTOWN, IND38
JOHNSTOWN, PA  41
JOINT COMMITTEE ON MAINTENANCE OF FREIGHT DIFFERENTIALS 26
JOINT WATER AND RAIL LINES, RE 160
JOINT TARIFFS AND SCHEDULES 135
JOLIET, ILL  21
JUMPING ON OR OFF TRAINS, CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM 113
JURISDICTION OF THE COMMISSION 311
KANSAS  36, 38, 40, 60
KANSAS BOARD OF R. COMMISSIONERS V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co 262
KANSAS CITY, MO  36, 37, 40, 46, 83
KANSAS CITY FRUIT EXPRESS 14
KANSAS CITY, MEMPHIS AND BIRMINGHAM R. CO., RE 256
KAUFFMAN MILLING CO. V. MISSOURI PACIFIC R. Co 187
KEARNEY, NEBR., CASE  79, SO
KEITH V. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. Co  134
KEMBLE V. BOSTON AND ALBANY R. Co 255
KENTUCKY  37, 41, 58, 81
KENTUCKY AND INDIANA BRIDGE CO. V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co_149
KENTUCKY CENTRAL It. CO.; KEITH V 134
KENTUCKY RAILROAD COMMISSION V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 57, 245, 296
KEYSTONE JUNCTION, PA 58
KILDARE. TEX 37
KINDEL V. ATC HI SON. TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co 271,290
KING & CO. V. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. Co 183
KNIGHT, PENNSYLVANIA R. Co., y 82
KNOX, HoN. P. C 95
LA CROSSE MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS' UNION V. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL B. Co 143
LAJUNTA, C010  37
LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN  CO., SOUTHERN PAINT AND GLASS CO. v 221
LAKE MICHIGAN 44
LAKE SHORE AND EASTERN R. CO 22
LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. Co.
Boston Chamber of Commerce 139
Hawkins  279
Hurlburt 148
Interstate Commerce Commission  80, 88
National Hay Association 280
Rhode Island Egg and Butter Co. 218
Scofield  147
Toledo Produce Exchange 200
Ulrick & Williams 286
United States ex rel. Martin A. Knapp  89
LAND GRANT RAILROADS 87
LANGLEY, S. C38
LARRISON V. CHICAGO AND GRAND TRUNK R. Co 133
LAUREL COTTON MILLS V. GULF AND SHIP ISLAND R. Co 82
LEASE  311
LEHIGH VALLEY R. Co.
Coxe Brothers & Co. y 189
Paine Brothers & Co. v_. 239
v. Dupont 86
LEHMANN, HIGGINSON & CO.
v. Southern Pacific Co 174
v. Texas and Pacific R. Co 196
LEIPSIC, OHIO .._ 37
LEMONS _36
LENOII2. N. C_ 36
LENOX, MICH 39
LEONARD V. CHICAGO AND ALTON R. Cp 166
v. Union Pacific R. Co 134
LIABIITY OF CARRIER FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE 81, 86, 87, 311
LIBRARY OF THE COMMISSION-75
LIEN OF CARRIERS 311
LIGHTERAGE CHARGES._ 311
LIKE KIND OF TRAFFIC 311
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY-81, 86, 87
LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF 311
LINCOLN BOARD OF TRADE.
V. Burlington and Missouri River R. Co_ 149
v. Missouri Pacific R. Co_. 150
v. Union Pacific R. Co_. 150, 165
LINCOLN CREAMERY V. UNION PACIFIC R. Co___... 200
LIPPMAN & CO. V. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Co 158
LISTMAN MILL CO. V. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. Co 254
LITTLE ROCK AND MEMPHIS R. Co. v. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co_ 160 .
LITTLE ROCK, ARK 27, 28, 38, 41
LIVE STOCK 10, 30, 36, 40, 62-64, 81, 311
LOCALITIES  311
LOCAL RATES311
LOCATION  311
LOCHLAND, KY 39
LOCOMOTIVES     107, 108
LOGAN V. CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R. CO 159
LONG AND SHORT HAUL SECTION___._._ 36, 37, 38, 39, 54, 57, 88, 309, 312, 316
LOUD V. SOUTH CAROLINA R. Co 208
LOUISIANA     40, 45, 107
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 51, 94
Brewer & Ilanleiter V_. 88, 241
Calloway y 246
Capehart v 184
Central Stock Yards Co, y 81
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co.-Continued.
Cordele Machine Shop y 224
Gerke Brewing Co. y 210
Harvey y 200
Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Co. v 149
Kentucky Railroad Commission y _._ 57, 296
Marten y 289
Mayor and Council of Tifton o 278
Phillips, Bailey & Co. y 254
Rice y 141
re 130, 207
Savannah Bureau of Freight and Transportation y 265
Spillers & Co. y 264
LOUISVILLE, KY 37, 39, 57, 58, 81
LOUISVILLE, NEW ALBANY AND CHICAGO IL Co.
Allen y 134
Pennsylvania Co. y 165
LOUISVILLE, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS R. Co.
New Orleans Cotton Exchange y 191
LOWRY BALES 40
LUDINGTON, MICH-. 44, 45
LUMBER_36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 56, 312
LYNCHBURG BOARD OF TRADE D. OLD DOMINION S. S. CO 233
LYNCHEURG, VA 56
MCALESTER, IND. T 40, 52
MCCLELEN V. SOUTHERN R. Co---- 232
MCCORMICK HARVESTER CO 19, 20, 21
MCDONALD, SCHUBACH V 88
MCGREW v. MISSOURI PACIFIC R. Co 272
MCMILLAN & Co. V. WESTERN CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE.,__185
MCMORRAN V. GRAND TRUNK R. Co. OF CANADA 165
MCNEILL, MAY v 230
MCPHERSON, KANS 38
MCRAE, GA 38
MACHINERY41
MACLOON 'V. BOSTON AND MAINE R. CO 291
V. CHICAGO A.ND NORTHWESTERN R. Co 197
MACON, GA 40, 53
MAHANOY CITY, PA 38
MAIL, EARNINGS FROM --- 111
MANDAMUS TO COMPEL FILING OF ANNUAL REPORTS 80, 89, 90
MANISTEE, MICH 44, 45
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS' UNION OF MANKATO V. MINNEAPOLIS AND
ST. LOUIS R. Co_ 135, 177
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES 312
MARCHAND, PA 41
MARITIME EXCHANGE OF PHILADELPHIA 26
MARKETS 312
MARSHALL, TEX  37, 39
MARTIN
V. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. Co 144
v. Southern Pacific Co  143
v. Southwark  84
MARTEN V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 289
MARYLAND  38
MASSACHUSETTS   37, 38, 40
MASTER CAR BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION 91
MASTER MECHANICS' ASSOCIATION  91
MATTAWAN, MICH 15
MATTINGLY V. PENNSYLVANIA CO 172
MAY V. MCNEILL  230
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL. OF WICHITA
V. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe R. Co 286, 287, 288
v. Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. Co 288
v. Missouri Pacific R. Co 60, 292
MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF TIFTON V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 278
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co.-Continued.
MEMPHIS FREIGHT BUREAU     27, 28
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. CO., BEHLMER, V 219
MEMPHIS, MICH  39
MEMPHIS, TENN 26, 27, 28, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF BOSTON  26
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK    26
MERCHANTS' UNION OF SPOKANE FALLS V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co 207
MEYERSDALE, PA  58
MICHIGAN  11, 12, 14, 16, 44, 47, 48, 85, 107
MICHIGAN Box Co. V. FLINT AND PERE MARQUETTE R. Co 223
MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. Co 37, 40, 47, 48
Cist y  54, 297
Holdzkom v274
Squire v 192
United States v88
White v  167
MICHIGAN CITY, IND 56
MICHIGAN CONGRESS WATER CO. V. CHICAGO AND GRAND TRUNK R. CO 158
MILEAGE
and classification of railways 107
car  304, 312
railway  5, 105, 107, 110
rates  312
tickets  312
MILLING IN TRANSIT 41, 82, 312, 316
MILK  312
MILK PRODUCERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION V. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA
AND WESTERN R. Co 236
MILWAUKEE, Wls 17, 21, 37, 41
MILWAUKEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
v. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul R. Co 248
v. Flint and Pere Marquette R. Co 157
MILWAUKEE REFRIGERATOR DISPATCH _ 17
MINISTERS OF RELIGION 313
MINNESOTA  83,107
MINNESOTA, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS R. Co. y 85
MINNESOTA RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSION 85
MINNESOTA TRANSFER CO  84
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. Louis R. Co.
Manufacturers and Jobbers' Union of Mankato v 135,177
v. Minnesota - 85
MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE V. GREAT NORTHERN R. CO 210
MISCELLANEOUS OBLIGATIONS 109
MISSISSIPPI     40, 45, 82, 107
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 37, 40, 41
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 24
MISSOURI     38, 60, 84, 107
MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS R. TIE AND LUMBER CO. V. CAPE GIRARDEAU AND
SOUTHWESTERN B. Co 130
MISSOURI BOARD OF R. COMMISSIONERS V. EUREKA SPRINGS R. CO 235
MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS R. Co 17, 40
Denison Light and Power Co. v_. 52, 300
Jerome Hill Cotton Co. y 232
MISSOURI PACIFIC R. CO-- 40
Anthony Salt Co. y 203
Associated Wholesale Grocers of St. Louis y 133
Kauffman Milling Co. v 187
Lincoln Board of Trade v__ 150
McGrew y 272
Mayor and City Council of Wichita y __    60, 292
MISSOURI RIVER 16, 21, 22, 30, 43, 44
MOBILE, ALA 15
MOBILE AND OHIO R. Co _ 94
Aberdeen Group Commercial Association v__ 50, 299
Rea v 234
re rates and practices of 284
MONTANA  84
MONTELL V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. CO 246
MONTPELIER, VT 36, 39
MONTREAL, CANADA 16
MOODY, HON. W. H. 95
MOORE, GULF, COLORADO AND SANTA FE R. CO. v 82
MORRELL V. UNION PACIFIC R. Co 214;
MORTGAGE BONDS 109
MOUNT VERNON MILLING CO. D. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. Co 239
MULES  52
MURPHY, WASEY & CO. V. WABASH R. CO 199
MYERS V. PENNSYLVANIA CO_____ 157,162
MYER V. CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS R. Co 276
NAMES AND COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES OF THE COMMISSION 115
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS B. CO., HAMPTON BOARD OF
TRADE V268
Hill & Brother y 223
NASHVILLE, TENN 54, 55
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS 114
NATIONAL HAY ASSOCIATION V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. Co280
NATIONAL WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALERS' ASSOCIATION V. NORFOLK AND WESTERN R. Co 276
NEGLIGENCE UNDER THE SAFETY-APPLIANCE LAW 95-97
which can be contracted against 81, 86, 87
NET EARNINGS 5, 106, 111
NEW ENLAND 38
NEW HOLLAND, OHIO60
NEW JERSEY 36, 38, 41, 82
NEW JERSEY FRUIT EXCHANGE 4'. CENTRAL R. R. CO. OF NEW JERSEY 149
NEW LA ND V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. CO. 216
NEW MEXICO   36, 40, 107
NEW ORLEANS  15, 36, 39, 40, 41, 52, 53
NEW ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANGE
V. Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific R. Co 155
v. Illinois Central R. Co 170
y. Louisville, New Orleans and Texas R. Co 191
NEW ORLEANS LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE V. TEXAS . AND PACIFIC R. Co 53,299
NEWPORT NEWS AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CO., RAW SON V 167
NEWPORT NEWS, VA 24
NEWTON, KANS 38
NEW YORK 6, 22, 24, 25, 26, 29, 31, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 51, 54, 61, 82
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND R. Co.
Boston Fruit and Produce Exchange y 190. 194
New York and Northern R: Co. y  193
NEW YORK AND NORTHERN R. Co. y. NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND R. Co 193
NEW YORK BOARD OF TRADE AND TRANSPORTATION V PENNSYLVANIA R.
Co_ 188
NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER R. Co 81
New York Produce Exchange y 162
Poughkeepsie Iron Co. y 181
Savery & Co. v 153
Thurber v 168
Warner y_  174
United States, ex rel. Martin A. Knapp y  -89
NEW YORK, LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN R. Co.
Howell y 151
Imperial Coal Co. c 159
Riddle, Dean & Co. v._ 142
NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. Co 51, 77, 78
Heldins v   61, ` 97
King & Co. v 183
Sayles V 286
v. Platt 240
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND NORFOLK H. CO., DELAWARE STATE
GRANGE V 151, 191, 200
NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE 25
v. Baltimore and Ohio R. Co 252
v. New York Central and Hudson River R. Co 162
NINTH SECTION 313
NORFOLK, VA 24, 37
NORFOLK AND WESTERN R. CO., NATIONAL WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALERS' ASSOCIATION V   276
NORTH CAROLINA52, 107
NORTH DAKOTA 84, 107
NORTHEASTERN R. CO., TRUCK FARMERS' ASSOCIATION V 222
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co.
Buchanan y194
Carr y 273
Interstate Commerce Commision v 88
Merchants' Union of Spokane Falls y 207
Newland y 216
- Oregon Short Line R. Co. v 166
Raworth v 202
Slater v 154
Smith y 135
Tileston Milling Co. y 263
v. Adams 87
NORTH WORKS, WIS 21
NORWOOD, N. Y  36, 40
NOTICE 313
OATS 36,41
OHIO 37, 41, 95
OHIO RIVER AND WESTERN R. Co 95
OHIO RIVER POINTS 39, 40
OIL    -313
OIL CITY, PA37
OKLAHOMA 36, 40 107
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA 37
Ou) DOMINION S. S. CO., LYNCHBURG. BOARD OF TRADE y233
OMAHA 80
OMAHA COMMERCIAL CLUB
v. Chicago and Northwestern R. Co 245
v. Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. Co 233
OPERATING DIVISION 72
OPERATING EXPENSES  5, 106, 111, 313
ratio of, to earnings 106, 110
ORANGE CASES 78
ORANGES 78, 79
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS, RE. 129
OREGON RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO., EVANS V 136
OREGON SHORT LINE R. CO. V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. CO 166
OSBORN, GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA R. Co., y 85
OTHER TRAINMEN 109
OTTINGV. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO 133
OVERCHARGES 36, 313
OWENSBORO, KY 37, 41
PABST BREWING Co17
PACKINGHOUSE PRODUCTS38
PAGE V. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN R. Co 217, 230
PAINE BROTHERS & CO. V. LEHIGH VALLEY R. Co 239
PALMER'S DOCK IIAY AND PRODUCE BOARD OF TRADE V. PENNSYLVANIA R. Co 275
PANKEY V. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. Co 173
PAPER 37
PARALLEL LINES 313
PARKS V. CINCINNATI AND MUSKINGUM VALLEY R. CO 00, 292
PARLOR-CAR SEATS61
PARTIES 313
PARTNERS, W IIEN CONNECTING CARRIERS ARE 86
PARTY RATES 81,313
PASSENGERS 313-
carried 110
cars 108
casualties to 113, 114
fares 54, 61, 81, 82
locomotives 108
miles accomplished per passenger locomotive 108
revenue111
riding on passes 87
tariffs, re 156, 160
PATASKALA, OHIO 36
PAWPAW, MICH 15
PEABODY, KANS 38
PEACHES  6, 11, 40, 50, 51
PEARCE, WABASH R. Co. y 86
PEARISBURG, VA 38
PEAVEY & Co 46,47
PENDING PROCEEDINGS 313
PENNSYLVANIA 31, 33, 36, 40, 42, 107
PENNSYLVANIA CO.
Harvard Co. y 181
Mattingly y 172
Myers y 157, 162
United States v 88
v. Louisville, New Albany and Chicago R. Co 165
PENNSYLVANIA MILLERS' STATE ASSOCIATION V. PHILADELPHIA A NI) READ-
ING R. Co 268
PENNSYLVANIA R. Co 82
Bates v _ 167, 186
Brady v 148,210
Chicago and Alton R. Co. v 131
Derr Manufacturing Co. v 59, 291
Independent Refiners' Associations y 214, 226
New York Board of Trade and Transportation v 188
Palmer's Dock Hay and Produce Board of Trade y 275
re 238
v. Hughes 81
v. Knight 82
Worcester Car Co. v 171
PERCENTAGE OF OPERATING EXPENSES TO EARNINGS 106,110
PERE MARQUETTE R. Co 11, 15, 16, 37, 40, 47, 48
re    47, 300
PERISHABLE FREIGHT  51,314
PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS CHARGED TO INCOME ACCOUNT 112
PERRY V. FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR R. CO 198
PETERSBURG, VA 37
PHELPS V. TEXAS AND PACIFIC R. Co 214
PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. CO 31
Pennsylvania Millers' State Association v 268
Traders and Travelers' Union v132
PHILADELPHIA, PA 24, 25, 26, 29, 38, 39, 40
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE R. CO., TRADES LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA V 265
PHILLIPS, BAILEY & CO. V. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co 254
PINEAPPLES 36
PINE BLUFF, ARK 27
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE R. Co 94
Riddle, Dean & Co.  137, 140
PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS R. Co.
Andrews Soap Co. v 175
Beaver v193
United States y 88
v. Baltimore and Ohio R. Co 168
PITTSBURG, PA99, 37, 38, 39, 41, 43
PLATT, NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. CO. V 240
PLEADING 314
POINTS DECIDED BY THE COMMISSION SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION 127
POOLING OF FREIGHT 61, 79, 309, 314
PORTLAND, ME 24
PORTSMOUTH, VA 38
POTECASI, N. C 38
POTOMAC RIVER 40
POTTER MANUFACTURING CO. V. CHICAGO AND GRAND TRUNK R. Co 208
POTTSVILLE, IOWA 36
POUGHKEEPSIE IRON CO. V. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER R. Co 181
POWER OF THE COMMISSION OVER RATES 5-10
PRACTICE BEFORE COMMISSION 314
PRATT LUMBER CO. V. CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISVILLE R. Co 56, 292
PREFERENCE OR ADVANTAGE   36, 37, 38, 39, 57, 61, 82, 314, 318
PREJUDICE OR DISADVANTAGE 314
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE INCOME AND EXPENDITURES OF RAILWAYS FOR
THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1904 105, 106, 373
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 10
PRIVATE CARRIER84
PRIVATE CARS IN FREIGHT TRAFFIC 10
advantages 10
disadvantages 12
concessions to shippers 12,13
legislation required 18, 19
owner as owner of commodity 16-19
owner becomes dealer 15, 16
practical monopoly 14, 15
PRIVATE CAR LINES AND REFRIGERATION OF FRUIT IN TRANSIT 47
PROCEDURE CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF LAW 135
PROCEDURE IN CASES AT ISSUE, RE 135
PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY V. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON R. Co    177, 188, 285
PROPORTIONAL TARIFFS 38.85
PROPOSED ADVANCES IN FREIGHT RATES, RE284
PROVIDENCE AND WORCESTER R. CO., PROVIDENCE COAL CO. V 132
PROVIDENCE COAI. CO. V. PROVIDENCE AND WORCESTER R. CO 132
PROVIDENCE, R. I 38
PUBLICATION AND FILING OF RATE SCHEDULES5, 64-72
PUBLICATION AND FILING OF TARIFFS ON EXPORT AND IMPORT TRAFFIC 49
PUBLIC INTEREST314
PUBLIC SERVICE OF RAILWAYS110
PUEBLO, COLO 36, 40
PYLES & SONS V. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co 139
QUINCY, OMAHA AND KANSAS CLTY R. CO., CONNERY V 83
QUITMAN, GA 38
RAILROAD ACCIDENTS 97-105, 112-114, 345
block system 98-102
bulletins  98
casualties to passengers and employees 97
causes assigned for 97, 103
collisions 98
derailments 98
duplication of reports 102
excessive hours of labor 105
inaccurate and incomplete reports 103
increase in number of deaths 97
investigations of 104
RAILWAYS (see also CARRIERS)
accidents on 97-105, 112-114, 345
capitalization of 109, 110
classification of, according to organization for operation 107
conductors on 109
consolidation of 107
employees on 108, 109
equipment of 107, 108
mileage of   5, 105, 107,110
public service of 110
revenue from operation of 5, 105,111
statistics of 105-114
RATE-MAKING 5-10, 315
RATES 315
alcohol 37
bananas 56
barley 41
beer 37
blacking daubers 59, 60
boots40
brick machinery 39
brushes 60
canned goods 38
carload 304
carload, mixed 304
cattle 37, 41, 53
chewing gum 40
citrus fruit 11
coal   29, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 52, 58, 59, 77, 78, 305
combination 305
commodity 40, 305
corn 36, 37, 38, 39, 41
corn products 38
cotton 37, 40, 307
cotton goods 30, 38, 40
cotton seed 38
cowpeas 40, 51, 52
differential  37, 40, 307
divisions of 19-23, 42
export  38
fence wire 41
fixing.   5-10, 315
flour 38, 60, 309
fruit 37, 47-49, 50, 51, 78, 79
galvanized iron  39
grain  36, 37, 38, 39, 60, 310
grain products 39
grease  37
hay    36, 37, 38, 39, 41
holly  38
horses  40.52
import  39, 310
lemons  36
live stock 10, 30, 36, 40, 62-64, 81, 311
lumber  36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 56, 312
machinery  41
making  315
mileage312
milk  312
mules  52
oats  36
oil 313
oranges  78, 79
packing-house products 38
paper 37
party t 81,313
peaches  6, 11, 40, 50, 51
pineapples 36
plums  40
proportional  38
publication of 5, 6
reasonable  5-10, 36, 37, 38, 39, 50-54, 88, 114, 300, 815
regulation of  5
relative  24, 26, 40, 316
rye  37, 39, 41
salt  39, 316
scrap iron 36
shoes   40
soap  317
special 317
strawberries  317
sugar  40,80
tan bark    38,42
unreasonably low 315
wheat    37, 39, 41, 60
whisky  37
wholesale  320
RAWORTH V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co202
RAWSON V. NEWPORT NEWS AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Co 167
RAYMOND V. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. Co 136
REASONABLE RATES 5-10, 36, 37, 38, 39, 50-54, 88, 114, 309, 315
REA V. MOBILE AND OHIO R. Co 234
REBATES  19, 315
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AMENDMENTS TO THE LAW 5-10, 18, 19, 23, 114
RED CLOUD MINING CO., V. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO 279
REFRIGERATION IN TRANSIT 47, 84
REFRIGERATOR CARS 10-19, 315
REFUSAL TO STOP TRAINS TO LET OFF PASSENGER 82
REGULATION OF RATES5-10
President's views 10
publication of rates 5, 6
reasonable rates 5r-10
reparation  9
RELATIVE RATES    24, 26, 40. 316
RELATIVE TANK AND BARREL RATES ON OIL, CC. 154
RELIEF FROM. TIIE OPERATION OF THE FOURTH SECTION 316
REND V. CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R. Co    156
RENTS PAD FOR LEASE OF ROAD 111
REORGANIZED COMPANY, LIABILITY OF 85
REPARATION TO INJURED SHIPPERS 9, 36, 37, 38, 39, 62-64, 86, 307, 316
REPLICATION -316
REPORT OF CHIEF INSPECTOR OF SAFETY APPLIANCES 347
RESHIPMENT OF FREIGHT 41, 82, 312, 316.
RETURN LOADS 316
REVENUE PER PASSENGER PER MILE 110
REVENUE PER TON PER MILE 110
REVIEW OF RAILWAY OPERATIONS AND REGULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES375
REYNOLDS V. WESTERN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA R. Co 137, 138
RHODE ISI.4ND EGG AND BUTTER CO. V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. Co- 218
RICE, ROBINSON AND WITIIEROP V. WESTERN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA R. Co 155, 161, 178, 226
RICE
V. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe R. Co 182
v. Cincinnati, Washington.and Baltimore R. Co 163,201
v. Louisville and Nashville R. Co 141
v. St. Louis Southwestern R. Co 212
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE It. CO.
Crews v 138
Fewell v. 244
Pankey y 173
Sidman v. 169
Spartanburg Board of Trade v 152
RIDDLE, DEAN & CO.
v. Baltimore and Ohio It. Co 137, 142
y. New York, Lake Erie and Western R. Co 142
v. Pittsburg and Lake Erie R. Co 137, 140
RISING V. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN R. CO 199
ROBINSON, COLO37
ROBINSON V. BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. Co 84
ROCK CREEK R. CO., WILLSON V-236
ROME, GA 55
ROME, WATERTOWN AND CGDENSBURG It. CO., RE221
ROSENBAUM GRAIN. CO. V. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND TEXAS R. Co 85
ROTH V. TEXAS AND PACIFIC R. CO 289
ROUTINE WORK OF THE COMMISSION 72
division of rates and transportation 76
division of statistics 75
operating division  72
ROUTING OF FREIGHT316
ROUTES
specification of 64
through 318
RYE 37, 39, 41
SAFETY APPLIANCE ACT, RE APPLICATIONS FOR EXTENSION 229. 261, 265, 287
SAFETY APPLIANCES  90-97, 316, 345
air-brake cars cut out 92
cars inspected 90
cases involving violations 94
Civil Service Commission rules 93
condition of cars 91
condition of freight equipment .92
court decisions  95
defects noted  91
increase in size of trains91
inspectors' service 92
narrow-gauge roads  94
pending informations 94
reduction of employees 90
report of chief inspector 347
ST. JOSEPH, MO 36, 40
ALTON LOUIS, LTON AND TERRE HAUTE R. Co., IIEZEL MILLING CO. v 196
ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO R. Co 40, 94
re 261
ST. LOUIS, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. CO., JACKSON V 134
ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN R. Co 27
ST. LOUIS MILLERS' ASSOCIATION, RE 129
ST. LOUIS, Mo 27, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 50, 52, 83, 93
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN R. Co 27, 28, 40
Rice v 212
ST. LOUIS, VANDALIA AND TERRE HAUTE R. CO 94
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND MANITOBA R. Co., HOLBROOK V132
ST. PAUL, MINN 39
SALARIES AND MAINTENANCE OF ORGANIZATION111
SALT 39,316
SAGINAW, MICH 36, 41
SAN ANTONIO, N. MEX  36, 41
SAN BERNARDINO BOARD OF TRADE V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. C 177
SAN FRANCISCO, CAT.80
SANGER V. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO 163
SANTA FE FRUIT EXPRESS 14
SAVANNAH BUREAU OF FREIGHT AND TRANSPORTATION
v. Charleston and Savannah R. Co 247, 251
v. Louisville and Nashville R. Co 265
SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN R. CO.
Florida It. R. Commission v 195, 200
Rising V 199
SAVANNAH, GA  40
SAVERY & CO. V. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER R. CO 153
SAYLES V. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. CO 286
SCHUBACH V. MCDONALD88
SCHUMACHER MILLING CO. U. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC R.,CO-214
SCOFIELD V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. Co 147
SCRAP IRON 36
SECOND SECTION 36, 37, 38, 39, 57-61, 316, 319
SECOND-TRACK MILEAGE 107
SELMA, ALA  40
SEVENTEENTH SECTION 317
SEVENTH SECTION 317
SHAM BERG V. DELAWARE, LACKAW AN NA AND WESTERN R. Co 192
SHERIDAN, IND 56, 57
SHIPPERS' UNION OF PHOENIX V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co  280
SHOES  40
SIIREVEPORT, LA 38
SIDMAN V. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. CO169
SIDE TRACKS, FAILURE TO FURNISH 41
SIMPLIFICATION OF TARIFFS64
SINGLE-TRACK MILEAGE  107
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSION, REFERENCES TO 66, 95, 96
SIXTEENTH SECTION     309, 317
SIXTH SECTION    36, 37, 38, 39, 49, 64, 317
SLATER V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co 154
SMITH, . JOHN V 114
SMITH V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co135
SOAP  317
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, RE 130, 317
SOLICITOR-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES95
SOLON, OHIO  37
SOUTH BEND, IND36
SOUTH CAROLINA 36. 40, 52
SOUTH CAROLINA BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS C. FLORENCE R. CO 253
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMMISSION 53
SOUTH CAROLINA R. Co., LOUD v 208
SOUTH CHICAGO FURNACE COMPANY 22
SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL 21, 22
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB  36, 40
SOUTH MCA LESTER  52
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO  v78
Cator v 216
Colorado Fuel and Iron Co. v228
Consolidated Forwarding Co. v 278
Interstate Commerce Commission v   78, 79
Johnson v   95, 354
Lehmann. Iligginson & Co. v  174
Martin v143
Ottinger V . 133
re  129, 223
Red Cloud Milling Co. u 279
Sangert163
SOUTHERN PAINT AND GLASS CO. V. LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN R. Co 221
SOUTHERN R. Co 11, 58, 94
Blackman v 53, 300
Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce v 54, 295
Danville u066, 270
Gardner & Clark v 56,300
Holmes & Co. v069, 270
McClelen v
232
re 223
SOUTHWARK, MARTIN C 84
SPARTANBURG BOARD OF TRADE C. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. CO 152
SPARTANBURG, S. C 38
SPECIAL BATES 317
SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE 317
SPECIFICATION OF ROUTES 64
SPILLERS & CO. V. LOUISVILLE ANI) NASHVILLE R. Co 264
SPRIGGS V. BALTIMORE AND DITIO R. CO 267
II. Doe. 146, 58-3-26
SQUIRE V. MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. Co 192
STATE, GULF, COLORADO AND SANTA FE R. Co. 17 83
STATE RAILROAD COMMISSION CASES 85
STATE RAILROAD COMMISSIONS, RE317
STATE RAILROADS 317
STATIONS, ESTABLISHMENT OF AT PROPER PLACES 85
STATION, EARLY CLOSING OF 59
STATISTICAL DIVISION  75
STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS 105-114
capitalization of railway property 109
classification of railways 107
comparative income account of railways 112
earnings and expenses 110-112
employees  108, 109
equipment 107, 108
final report for year ending June 30, 1903 100-114, 371
mileage  5, 105, 107, 110
public service 110
STONE AND CARTEN V. DETROIT, GRAND HAVEN AND MILWAUKEE R. Co 172
STOPPAGE IN TRANSIT 317
STORAGE CHARGES 40, 53, 86, 317
STRAWBERRIES  317
STREET RAILWAY ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 114
STREET RAILWAYS 317
STARKVILLE, MISS 50
SUBINENAS DUCES TECUM 318
SUFFERN, HUNT & CO. V. INDIANA, DECATUR AND WESTERN R. Co 242
SUGAR  40, 80
SUMMIT, Orlo 36
SUMTER, S. C 40
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 8, 31, 32,
33, 54, 55, 62, 64, 78, 81, 82, 84, 86, 87, 95
SURPLUS FROM THE OPERATION OF RAILWAYS 106, 111
SWAFFIELD V. ATLANTIC COAST LINE H. Co 52, 298
SWITCHING CHARGES 36,39,42-47,318
SWITCH TENDERS, CROSSING TENDERS, AND WATCHMEN 109
TAN BARK 38,42
TAP LINES 318
TARIFFS  318
authorization of joint 64
filing and publication of 36, 37, 38, 39, 49, 64, 317
simplification of 64
specification of routes64
TAXES  5,106,112
TECUMSEH, MICH 39, 41
TECUMSEH CELERY CO. V. CINCINNATI, JACKSON AND MACKINAW R. Co 212
TEMPLE IRON CO 31, 34
TERMINAL CHARGES, EXPENSES, AND STATIONS  36,39,42-47,318
TERMINAL R. R. ASSOCIATION OF ST, LOUIS 94
TERMINAL RAILROADS 19
allowances to 42, 302
Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway 21
Illinois Northern Railroad 19
legislation required 23
TESTIMONY, COMPULSORY BEFORE THE COMMISSION 31-35
TEXARKANA, ARK 38
TEXARKANA, TEX_. 83
TEXAS  7, 11, 36, 40, 45, 60, 83,107
TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS R. CO 94
TEXAS AND PACIFIC R. CO  53
Cau v 86
Dallas Freight Bureau v 253
Lehmann, Higginson & Co. V 196
New Orleans Live Stock Exchange v 53, 299
Phelps v 214
Roth v 289
THACKER, W. VA 40
THATCHER V. DELAWARE AND HUDSON CANAL CO 133
THIRD PARTIES 318
THIRD SECTION 36, 37, 38, 39, 57-61, 82, 314, 318
THIRD-TRACK MILEAGE  107
THIRTEENTH SECTION 32,318
THROUGH RATES, DIVISIONS OF 19-23,36,42,307,318
THROUGH ROUTES 318
THURBER V. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER H. Co 168
THURMAN, ALLEN G 24, 25
TICKETS 82, 87, 88, 319
brokerage 87,319
party rate 81
TILESTON MILLING CO. 'V. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. Co 263
TOLEDO PRODUCE EXCHANGE, RE 158
v. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. Co 200
TONAWANDA, N. Y 36
TON-MILES ACCOMPLISHED PER FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE108
TONNAGE OF RAILWAYS 110
TRADE CENTERS 319
TRADERS AND TRAVELERS' UNION, RE129
r. Philadelphia and Reading R. Co132
TRADES' LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA 26
v. Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore R. Co 265
TRAFFIC, INTERCHANGE OF 310
TRAIN BRAKES, EQUIPMENT FITTED WITH 108
TRAIN LOADS 319
TRAINMEN, CASUALTIES TO 113
TRANSCONTINENTAL LINES, RE TARIFFS OF 153
TRANSPORTATION OF IMMIGRANTS, RE 291
TRANSPORTATION OF SALT FROM HUTCHINSON, RE 291
TRANSPORTATION OF SALT FROM POINTS IN MICHIGAN, RE 295
TRANSPORTATION SUBJECT TO THE ACT 319
TREASURY DEPARTMENT 82
TROY BOARD OF TRADE V. ALABAMA MIDLAND R. Co 212
TRUCK FARMERS' ASSOCIATION V. NORTHEASTERN R. Co.222
TUPELO, MISS 50
`TWELFTH SECTION 33, 319
TWENTY-FIRST SECTION 319
TWENTY-SECOND SECTION 319
ULRICK & WILLIAMS V. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN H. Co 286
ULSTER AND DELAWARE R. Co., BROCKWAY V 253
UNDERBILLING     143, 319
UNDUE PREFERENCE OR ADVANTAGE. (See Preference or advantage).
UNIFORM BILL OF LADING INVESTIGATION 35
UNION PACIFIC R. Co 39, 46, 47
Evans v229
Leonard v134
Lincoln Board of Trade v 150,165
Lincoln Creamery v200
Morrell v216
re 299
UNION STOCK YARDS 30, 40, 62
UNION WORKS, WIS 21
UNITED STATES COURTS 319
UNITED STATES, EX REL. MARTIN A. KNAPP
v. Boston and Maine R. Co 89
a. Delaware and Hudson Co 90
v. New York Central and Hudson River R. Co 89
V. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. Co 89
UNITED STATES SENATE 319
UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION 21, 23, 43
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT 8, 31, 32, 33, 54, 55, 62, 64, 78, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87,  95
UNITED STATES
r. Astoria and Columbia R. Co 87
v. Atchis, Topeka and Santa Fe It. Co 89
v. Chesapeake and Ohio R. Co-89
v. Chicago and Alton R. Co 89
v. Chicago and Northwestern It. Co 81, 88
r. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. Co 89
v. Chicago, Great Western R. Co 89
v. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul It. Co 89
v. Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. Co 89
V. Geddes95
r. Illinois Central It. Co 88
v. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. Co89
r. Michigan Central R. Co 88-
v. Pennsylvania Co 88
v. Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis R. Co 88
v. Wabash R. Co 89
UNJUST DISCRIMINATION   36, 37, 38, 39, 57, 61, 316, 319
UNREASONABLY LOW RATES 315
VALLEY CENTER, MICH 39
VALLEY CROSSING, OHIO 38
VALUE  51, 81, 320
-VAUCLUSE, S. C38
VEGETABLES, RE UNLAWFUL CHARGES FOR 270
VICKSBURG, SHREVEPORT AND PACIFIC R. CO., CENTRAL YELLOW PINEASSOCIATION v 296
VIRGINIA  37, 41, 86
VIRGINIA CITY, VA 37, 41
VOELKER C. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL R. CO 96
VOLUME OF TRAFFIC 320
VOLUNTARY SUBMISSION OF CONTROVERSIES23-29
differential case  24
Memphis ease 26
WABASH R. Co  39, 94
Murphy, Wilsey & Co. v 199
v. Pearce86
United States v89
WALKER, BROWN V 31
WAR DEPARTMENT 82
WARNER V. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER R. CO 174
WARREN-EHRET CO. V. CENTRAL R. of N. J 271
WARREN, PA 37
WARRENVILLE, S. C 38
WASHBURN, E. B  24, 25
WASHINGTON 107
WASHINGTON, D. C. 39, 40, 49, 69
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN R. CO., BEHREND V 290
WATER COMPETITION320
WATHENA, KANS  31
WATSEKA, ILL 36
WAYNE, W. VA 38, 42
WEIGHT40. 320
WELLINGTON, KANS 38
WESTERN ANI) ATLANTIC R. CO., COUNCILL V 136
WESTERN CASSIFICATION COMMITTEE, MCMILLAN & CO. V 185
WESTERN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA R. CO.
Independent Refiners' Association v 206, 224
Interstate Commerce Commission v 88
Reynolds v     137, 138
Rice, Robinson & Witherop v 155, 161, 178, 22G
WEST POINT, MISS   50
WEST VIRGINIA 37,41, 107
WHAT IS INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION 82-84
WHEAT  37, 39, 41, 60
WHEELING AND LAKE ERIE R. Co., Hawkins v. 279
WHISKY 37
WHITE V. MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. CO 167
WHOLESALE RATES320
WICHITA, KANS    38
WIGGINS FERRY CO 94
WILMINGTON AND WELDON R. CO., HILTON LUMBER CO. V 274
WILMINGTON TARIFF ASSOCIATION V. CINCINNATI, PORTSMOUTH AND VIRGINIA R. Co277
WILMINGTON, N. C 36, 38
WILLIAMSON, W. VA 38
WILSON v. ROCK CREEK R. Co 236
WILSON V. ATLANTIC COAST LINE It. CO 84
WINDSOR LOCKS, CONN  37,42
WINFIELD, KANS 38
WINIFRED JUNCTION, W. VA37
WISCONSIN 107
WISCONSIN CENTRAL H. CO 94
WITNESSES, COMPULSORY TESTIMONY, BEFORE COMMISSION 31-35
WOLF BROTHERS I. AI.LEGIIENY VALLEY R. CO 234
WOODWARD, OKLA37
WORCESTER EXCURSION CAR CO. V. PENNSYLVANIA R. CO 171
WYACON DA, Mo 37, 41
VENIA, OHIO36
YARD TRACK ANI) SIDINGS  107
YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY H. CO., BARROW V 52,299



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