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689. E. P. Thomas against Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2, 3, and 4 in rates on freight from

Hanford, Cal., to points in other States east of California.
May 23, 1903. Complaint filed.

June 18, 1903. Answer filed. 690. Gibson and Cunningham against DeQueen &:;. Eastern Railroad Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on carload ship

ments of barrel staves from points in Arkansas to Pacific coast terminals. June 4, 1903. Complaint filed.

July 13 to August 4, 1903. Answers filed. 691. Georgia Peach Growers' Association against Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com

pany and others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in excessive minimum car

load weight, causing damage to shipments of peaches and in rates on peaches

and plums from points in Georgia to New York and other eastern markets.
June 6, 1903. Complaint filed.
June 27 to July 11, 1903. Answers filed.
November 23 to 25, 1903. Hearing.

December 28, 1903. Hearing. 692. Planters' Compress Company against Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.

Louis Railway Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 3 in rates on cotton compressed

in round bales from East St. Louis, Ill., to New York.
June 8, 1903. Complaint filed.
June 27 to July 27, 1903. Answers filed.

July 7, 1903. Intervening petition filed. 693. Planters' Compress Company against Southern Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2, 3, and 6 in rates on domestic ship

ments of cotton from points east of the Mississippi River to Atlantic and

Gulf seaports, as compared with export shipments.
June 16, 1903. Complaint filed.

July 6 to 15, 1903. Answers filed. 694. Planters' Compress Company against Central of Georgia Railway Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on cotton from Selma,

Ala., to Columbus and Savannah, Ga., and unlawful use of expense bills. June 16, 1903. Complaint filed.

July 8 to 15, 1903. Answers filed. 695. Planters' Compress Company against Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Com

pany and others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in relative rates on cotton

from Gibson, Ind. T., to St. Louis, Mo., when compressed in square bales

and “Lowry” round bales. June 16, 1903. Complaint filed.

July 15 to 18, 1903. Answers filed. 696. Gardner and Clark against Southern Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4'in rates on bananas from

Charleston, S. C., to Danville, Va.
June 17, 1903. Complaint filed.
July 10, 1903. Answer filed.

October 10, 1903. Hearing. 697. In the Matter of Rates, Facilities and Practices Applied in the Transportation,

Handling, and Storage of Grain carried from Points in_Missouri, Kansas,

Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory to Points in Texas.
June 19, 1903. Order entered.
July 20–21, 1903. Hearing.

July 23, 1903. Hearing.
698. H. H. Tift and others against Southern Railway Company and others.

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

points in Georgia to Chattanooga, Tenn., and points on the Ohio River.
June 23, 1903. Complaint filed.
July 30, 1903. Answer filed.
October 26 to 31, 1903. Hearing.

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699. Edward G. Davies against Pere Marquette Railroad Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 on rates on fruit from

points in Michigan to Chicago, Ill. June 25, 1903. Complaint filed. July 18 to 20, 1903. “Answers filed.

November – Hearing. 700. In the Matter of the Petition of Certain Railroads for Additional Time within

which to Comply with the Provisions of the Safety Appliance Act Approved

March 2, 1893, as Amended March 2, 1903.
August 5–6, 1903. Hearing.
October 12, 1903. Hearing.
October 15, 1903. Report and opinion filed.

December 16, 1903. Hearing. 701. New Kensington Milling Company, Limited, against Pennsylvania Railroad

Company.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in matter of delivery of

shipments of grain at New Kensington and unreasonable demurrage charge. June 29, 1903. Complaint filed.

July 15, 1903. Answer filed. 702. Cannon Falls Farmers' Elevator Company against Chicago Great Western Rail

way Company and others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on wheat, rye, and

other small grain from Cannon Falls, Minn., to Chicago, Ill., and Minneapolis,

Minn.
June 30, 1903. Complaint filed.
July 18 to 20, 1903. Answers filed.
November 28, 1903. Case assigned for hearing January 5, 1904, at St. Paul,

Minn. 703. In the Matter of Alleged Unlawful Rates Charged by the Chesapeake and Ohio

Railway Company for the Transportation of Coal Shipped from West Vir

ginia Mines to New Haven, Conn., and Other Points in New England.
July 1, 1903. Order entered.
July 3, 1903. Hearing.
July 6, 1903. Order entered. Attorney-General of the United States requested

to direct the institution and prosecution of proceedings to restrain the fur

ther violation of the act. 704. H. L. Griffin Company against Northern Pacific Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on smoked fish from

Seattle, Wash., to Ogden, Utah.
July 7, 1903. Complaint filed.
July 28 to August 10, 1903. Answers filed.

September 25, 1903. Order of dismissal entered.
705. Farrar Lumber Company against Southern Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on lumber from Dal

ton, Ga., to Cincinnati, Ohio. July 11, 1903. Complaint filed.

August 3 to 4, 1903. " Answers filed. 706. Adams Brothers and Company against Missouri Pacific Railway Company and

others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on flour from St.

Louis, Mo., to Arkadelphia, Ark.
July 13, 1903. Complaint filed.

August 3, 1903. Answers filed. 707. Central Yellow Pine Association against Illinois Central Railroad Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on yellow-pine lumber

from points in Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana to points in western,

northern, and eastern States.
July 24, 1903. Complaint filed.
August 15 to November 5, 1903. Answers filed.
October 17, 1903. Order 'entered requiring certain documents to be produced

at the hearing.
November 30, 1903. Order entered granting application for subpoenas duces

tecum.
December 8 to —, 1903. Hearing.

708. T. M. Kehoe and Company against Illinois Central Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in charge for reconsignment

of hay at Cairo, Ill.
July 27, 1903. Complaint filed.
August 21, 1903. Statement in lieu of answer filed.

October 7, 1903. Order of dismissal filed. 709. E. D. Hewins against New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in parlor-car fare from New

York or Boston to intermediate points.
August 4, 1903. Complaint filed.
August 21, 1903. Answer filed.

October 17, 1903. Hearing. 710. Denison Light and Power Company against Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway

Company.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on lump and slack

coal from McAlester, Ind. T., to Denison, Tex.
August 10, 1903. Complaint filed.

August 28, 1903. Answer filed. 711. Lafourche Progressive Union against Texas Pacific Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on freight from St.

Louis, Mo., to Thibodaux and other Bayou Lafourche points.
August 10, 1903. Complaint filed.
August 28 to September 26, 1903. Answers filed.

September 26, 1903. Intervening petition filed.
712. Farrar Lumber Company against Southern Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on lumber from

Dalton, Ga., to Wytheville and other points in Virginia.
August 22, 1903. Complaint filed.

September 17 to 18, 1903. Answers filed. 713. Woodward and Dickerson against Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company

and others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on hair and wool

refuse. September 10, 1903. Complaint filed. September 21, 1903. Order entered granting application of complainants for

60 days additional time for defendants to file answers. 714. W. J. Koch and Company against Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis

Railway Company and others.
Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in milling in transit privilege

at Harrisburg, Pa.
October 3, 1903. Complaint filed.

October 24 to 29, 1903. Answers filed.
715. Griffin Grocery Company against Southern Railway Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in freight rates from Chi

cago, St. Louis, and New Orleans to Griffin, Ga. October 6, 1903. Complaint filed.

October 26 to November 28, 1903. Answers filed. 716. E. C. Clark against Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 2 and 3 in matter of supplying cars at

Lebanon, Nebr.
October 29, 1903. Complaint filed.
November 23, 1903. Answer filed.

November 28, 1903. Order for dismissal entered. 717. Edward J. Ader against Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 5 in rates on anthracite coal

from mines in Pennsylvania to New York. November 3, 1903. Complaint filed.

November 18 to December 14, 1903. Answers filed. 718. F. J. Hoer against Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company.

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

Good Thunder, Minn., to Washington, D. C.
November 6, 1903. Complaint filed.
November 23, 1903. Answer filed.

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719. In the Matter of Rates, Facilities, and Practices Applied in the Transportation

and Handling of Grain Carried from Points in Kansas to Points in Missouri,
Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, and other States of

the United States.
November 21, 1903. Order entered.

November 30, 1903. Hearing.
720. In the Matter of the Transportation of Salt from Hutchinson, Kansas.

November 21, 1903. Order entered.
December 5, 1903. Hearing.

December 22, 1903. Hearing. 721. Hillsboro Light and Fuel Company against Norfolk and Western Railway Com

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on coal from Thacker

district, West Virginia to Hillsboro, Ohio. November 23, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 11, 1903. Answer filed. 722. George J. Kindel against New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4, in rates on cotton piece

goods from Boston and Boston points to Denver, Colorado. November 23, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 15 to 28, 1903. Answers filed. 723. George J. Kindel against Boston and Albany Railroad Company et al.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in relative rates on cotton

piece goods, duck, denims, drills, and sheetings from Boston, New York,

Philadelphia, and Baltimore to Denver.
November 23, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 11, 1903, to January 7, 1904. Answers filed. 724. C. M. Barrow against Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad Company and

others. Complaint alleges violation of sections 1 and 3 in rates on horses in less than

carload lots from Bayou Sara, La., to St. Louis, Mo. November 28, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 28, 1903. Answers filed. 725. A. G. Swaffield against Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and others.

Complaint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on cowpeas in car

load lots from Darlington, Florence, Sumter, and Bennettsville, S. C., to New

Orleans, La.
December 4, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 21, 1903. Answers filed. 726. New Orleans Live Stock Exchange against Texas and Pacific Railway Company.

Comp.sint alleges violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on live stock in

carload lots from Fort Worth, Texas, to New Orleans, La. December 4, 1903. Complaint filed.

December 28, 1903. Answer filed. 727. In the Matter of the Publication and Filing of Tariffs on Export and Import

Traffic.
December 1, 1903. Order entered.
December 17, 1903. Hearing.

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