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A. FORMAL PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED BEFORE THE COMMIS

SION DURING THE YEAR.

646. In the Matter of Proposed Advance in Freight Rates.

December 1, 1902. Order entered.
December 16, 1902. Hearing.
January 7 to March 20, 1903. Statements filed.
February 26–27, 1903. Hearing.

April 1, 1903. Report and opinion filed. 647. In the Matter of Import Rates.

December 11, 1902. Order entered.
December 19, 1902. Hearing.
January 3, 1903. Hearing.
January 5–6, 1903. Hearing.

January 20, 1903. Hearing.
648. R. W. Austin against Southern Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 6 in transportation of coal

from Jellico mines in Kentucky to Knoxville, Tenn.
December 23, 1902. Complaint filed.
January 2, 1903. Answer filed.

March 7, 1903. Order of dismissal entered.
649. Gilbert Barr against Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in transportation of live

stock from Kearney, Mo., to Chicago, Ill.
January 2, 1903. Complaint filed.
January 20, 1903. Answer filed.

March 26, 1903. Order of dismissal entered. 650. Wilmington Chamber of Commerce against Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com

pany. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1 and 3 in transportation of cotton seed

from Clio, S. C., to Laurinburg, N. C. January 2, 1903. Complaint filed.

February 2, 1903. Statement in lieu of answer filed. 651. Samuel K. Behrend against Washington Southern Railway Company and

others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in passenger fare from Wash-

ington, D. C., to Moseley, Va.
January 20, 1903. Complaint filed.
February 14, 1903. Answers filed.
March 3, 1903. Hearing.
April 7 to 21, 1903. Briefs filed.

December 2, 1903. Report and opinion filed. 652. S. S. Daish and Sons against Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Rail

way Company.
Complaint alleges violation of section 3 in delay in shipment of one carload of

hay from Columbus, Ohio, to Washington, Þ. C.
January 30, 1903. Complaint filed.
February 14 to 24, 1903. Answer filed.
March 11, 1903. Hearing.
June 4, 1903. Brief filed.
June 18, 1903. Report and opinion filed.

653. Aurora Milling Company against St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 4 and 6 in transportation of flour from

Aurora, Mo., to Marked Tree, Ark.
February 4, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 3, 1903. Answer filed.
June 5, 1903. Hearing.

June 15, 1903. Order of dismissal entered.
654. La Grange Board of Trade against Clyde Steamship Co. and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in transportation of freight

from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore to La Grange, Ga.
February 4, 1903. Complaint filed.
February 17 to 26, 1903. Answers filed.
October 16, 1903. Hearing postponed to a date to be hereafter fixed by the

Commission. 655. Duluth Shingle Company against Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway

Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in transportation of shingles

from Duluth, Minn., to Chicago, Ill.
February 5, 1903. Complaint filed.
February 24 to March 3, 1903. Answers filed.
May 20, 1903. Hearing.

June 19 to 22, 1903. Briefs and arguments filed. 656. Dewey Brothers against Toledo and Ohio Central Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in transportation of carload

shipments of hay from Johnstown, Alexandria, and other points in Ohio, to

Wilmington, N. C.
February 20, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 10 to 21, 1903. Answers filed.

May 11, 1903. Order of dismissal entered.
657. C. W. Jennings against Southern Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in the transportation of

þananas from Charleston, S. C., to Greensboro, N. C. February 25, 1903. Complaint filed.

March 23, 1903. Order of dismissal entered. 658. Charles A. Thompson against Pennsylvania Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 3 in supplying cars for shipment

of coal from Quincy, Johnstown, Jeannette, and Marchand, Pa., to various

markets.
February 25, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 7, 1903. Amended complaint filed.
March 27, 1903. Answer filed.
May 19, 1903. Hearing.

June 23 to July 16, 1903. Briefs filed. 659. Buckeye Buggy Company against Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis

Railway Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in the transportation of

buggies from Columbus, Ohio, to Pittsburg, Pa., Louisville, Ky., and

Atlanta, Ga.
February 27, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 21 to September 14, 1903. Answers filed.
September 14, 1903. Hearing.
October 9 to November 7, 1903. Briefs filed.
October 22, 1903. Hearing of oral argument.

December 2, 1903. Report and opinion filed.
660. Paxton Tie Company against Detroit Southern Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 6 in failure to supply cars at

Bainbridge, Ohio, for shipment of cross-ties and failure to publish and post

schedules of rates and fares.
February 27, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 27, 1903. Answer filed.
May 6, 1903. Hearing.

June 13 to October 9, 1903. Briefs filed.
661. Paxton Tie Company against Detroit Southern Railway and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3, in the transportation of

cross-ties from Bainbridge, Ohio, to Girard, Pa.
February 27, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 10, 1903. Answer filed.
March 25, 1903. Order of dismissal entered.

662. C. S. Bell Company against Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Railroad Company

and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3, in discriminating as to the

quantity of freignt requisite to secure a carload rate.
March 9, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 21 to 30, 1903. Answers filed.
May 5, 1903. Hearing.
September 14, 1903. Hearing.
October 9 to 20, 1903. Briefs filed.
October 22, 1903. Hearing of oral argument.

December 2, 1903. Report and opinion filed. 663. John H. Parks against Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 3, in supply cars at New Holland,

Ohio, for shipment of grain.
March 9, 1903. Complaint filed.
March 28, 1903. Answer filed.
May 5, 1903. Hearing.
June 4, 1903. Schedule of further testimony to be introduced by defendant

filed.
Septembr 3 to October 9, 1903. Briefs filed.

November 27, 1903. Hearing of oral argument. 664. In the Matter of the Transportation of Salt from Points in Michigan to Missouri

River Points and Intermediate Localities.
March 10, 1903. Order entered.
April 1, 1903. Hearing.
May 21, 1903. Hearing.

June 18 to August 26, 1903. Briefs filed.
665. Glade Coal Company against Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company,

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1 and 3, in failure to supply cars for

shipment of coal from Meyersdale and Keystone Junction, Pa., and unrea

sonable charge where coal is loaded from wagons.
March 26, 1903. Complaint filed.
April 30, 1903. Answer filed.
May 15, 1903. Hearing.
September 25, 26, 1903. Hearing.

November 23, 1903. Brief filed. 666. W. J. Koch and Company against Pennsylvania Railroad Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in milling in transit privilege

at Harrisburg, Pa.
April 1, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 2, 1903. Answer filed.

October 3, 1903. Order of dismissal entered. 667. City Gas Company of Norfolk against Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in the transportation of coal

from the mines to Baltimore when it is reshipped by boat to Norfolk.
April 3, 1903. Complaint filed.
April 22, 1903. Answer filed.
October 9, 1903. Hearing.

October 20, 1903. Hearing. 668. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Chicago, Mil

waukee and St. Paul Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
April 30, 1903. Answer filed.
October 29, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 669. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Atchison, Topeka

and Santa Fe Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 2, 1903. Answer filed.
October 1, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 670. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Chicago and

Northwestern Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
October 6, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.
November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing Jan. 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill.

671. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Chicago Great

Western Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
September 22, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 672. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over Lines Operated by the

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
April 30, 1903. Answer filed.
August 27, 1903. Respondent required to file statement showing expenses.

November 30, 1903. Čase assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 673. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Illinois Central

Railroad.
April 8, 1903. Ordered entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
July 18, 1903. Amended angwer filed.
September 22, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 674. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Chicago, Rock

Island and Pacific Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
October 1, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 675. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Wabash Railroad.

April 8, 1903. Order entered.
April 27, 1903. Answer filed.
August 27, 1903. Respondent required to file statement showing expenses.

November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago, Ill. 676. In the Matter of Rates on Grain and Grain Products over the Chicago and Alton

Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
November 10, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.
November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 7, 1904, at Chicago,

Ill.

677 In the Matter of Class and Commodity Rates from St. Louis to Texas Common

Points in Force over the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 1, 1903. Answer filed.
September 22, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 11 to 14, 1903. Hearing. 678. In the Matter of Class and Commodity Rates from St. Louis to Texas Common

Points in Force over the St. Louis Southwestern Railway.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
May 11, 1903. Answer filed.
September 22, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 11 to 14, 1903. Hearing. 679. In the Matter of Class and Commodity Rates from St. Louis to Texas Common

Points in Force over the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
June 1, 1903. Answer filed.
October 17, 1903. Statement of expenses filed.

November 11 to 14, 1903. Hearing. 680. In the Matter of Class and Commodity Rates from St. Louis to Texas Common

Points in Force over the Missouri Pacific and other railways.
April 8, 1903. Order entered.
April 27 to May 11, 1903. Answers filed.
July 7, 1903. Amended answer filed.
September 22 to November 3, 1903. Statements of expenses filed.
October 1, 1903. Order entered making other carriers additional respondents.
November 3, 1903. Answers of new respondents filed.
November 11 to 14, 1903. Hearing.

681. Central Yellow Pine Association against Vicksburg, Shreveport and Pacific Rail

road Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 3 in rates on lumber, by means

of so-called tap-line division of rates.
April 14, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 4 to 15, 1903. Answers filed.
May 26, 1903. Application for subpænas duces tecum filed.
May 26, 1903. Order entered requiring defendants to produce certain evidence

at the hearing.
June 22-23, 1903. Hearing.

August 10 to November 3, 1903. Briefs filed. 682. Independent Coal Company against Lehigh Valley Railroad Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on anthracite coal

from points in Pennsylvania to Gloversville, N. Y. April 21, 1903. Complaint filed.

May 11 to 13, 1903. Answers filed. 683. William Wrigley, jr., and Company against Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and

St. Louis Railway Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on chewing gum

from Chicago to points south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of

the Mississippi River.
April 22, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 11 to June 9, 1903. Answers filed.
July 27, 1903. Intervening petition filed.
October 8, 1903. Hearing postponed to a date to be hereafter fixed upon

request of the complainant.
684. Richmond Elevator Company against Pere Marquette Railroad Company,

Complaint alleges violation of section 3 in supplying cars at Valley Center,

Doyle, Avoca, Croswell, and Memphis, Michigan, for shipments of hay and

grain.
April 27, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 9, 1903. Answer filed.
November 30, 1903. Case assigned for hearing December 21, 1903, at Richmond,

Mich.

December 14, 1903. Complainant's bill of particulars filed. 685. Silk Association of America against PhiladeĪphia and Reading Railway Com

pany and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on raw silk as com-

pared with the manufactured article.
April 29, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 14 to 26, 1903. Answer filed.
October 31, 1903. Hearing postponed at request of complainant to a date to

be hereafter fixed. 686. Merchants' Freight Bureau, Little Rock, Ark., against St. Louis, Iron Moun

tain and Southern Railway and others.
Complaint alleges violation of section 1 in rates on machinery, carloads, from

St. Louis and Birds Point, Mo., East St. Louis and Cairo, Ill., Memphis,
Tenn., West Memphis and Helena, Ark., to Little Rock, Ark., and rates on

cotton presses, cotton gins, and cotton-gin machinery from Little Rock to
Memphis and New Orleans.
May 5, 1903. Complaint filed.
May 27 to June 16, 1903. Answers filed.
June 16, 1903. Complaint withdrawn as to paragraph 5, involving rates on

cotton presses, cotton gins, and cotton-gin machinery. 687. In the Matter of the Allowances to Elevators by the Union Pacific Railroad

Company.
May 7, 1903. Order entered.
May 22, 1903. Answer of respondent filed.
June 25, 27, 1903. Hearing.
November 9, 1903. Depositions filed.
December 8 to 14, 1903. Briefs filed.

December 15, 1903. Hearing of oral argument. 688. J. F. Stout against Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on dried fruit from

Hemet, Cal., to Missouri River points and points east thereof,
May 9, 1903. Complaint filed.
June 4 to July 9, 1903. Answers filed.

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