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CINCINNATI, JACKSON AND Mackinaw R. Co., TECUMSEH CELERY Co. v

212
CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND Texas Pacific R. Co.
Cincinnati Freight Bureau v..

218, 235
James & Mayer Buggy Co. v

195
Kentucky R. Commission v

241
New Orleans Cotton Exchange v.

160
CINCINNATI, Ohio..

41, 44, 46
CINCINNATI, PORTSMOUTH AND VIRGINIA R. Co
Interstate Commerce Commission v.

74
Wilmington Tariff Association v.

74, 270
CINCINNATI SOUTHERN R. Co...

53, 54, 55
CINCINNATI, WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE R. Co., RICE v.

167, 201
CIRCUMSTANCES AND CONDITIONS

51, 53, 54, 55, 284
CIVIL CASES PENDING IN THE COURTS.

80
CIVIL REMEDIES PROVIDED BY ELKINS LAW

9
CLARK, F. W., RE APPLICATION OF

276
CLARKSVILLE, TENN.

45
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES..

285
CLASSES OF STATE RAILROAD COMMISSIONS

117
CLASSIFICATION...

14, 41, 43, 57–61, 64, 65, 115, 284
changes.

14
CLASSIFICATION OF RAILWAYS.

109, 110
CLASS RATES

14, 39, 44
CLEVELAND, AKRON AND COLUMBUS R. Co., DAISH & SONS v

64, 279
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO AND St. Louis R. Co.

Buckeye Buggy Co. v
Myer v

269
CLEVELAND, Ohio.

45
Clio, S. C.

38
CLYDE STEAMSHIP Co., GEORGIA RAILROAD COMMISSION V.

205
COAL..

14, 20, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 52, 68, 69, 75–77, 285
COLLISIONS

98, 102, 103
record of..

98
remarkable instance
the block system.

102
COLORADO..

27, 29
COLORADO FUEL AND IRON Co. v. SOUTHERN Pacific Co.

226
COLORADO SOUTHERN R. Co.

88
COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI MIDLAND R. Co., BROWNELL V.

211
COLUMBUS AND WESTERN R. Co.
Harwell v.

143
re tariffs of.

149
COLUMBUS, Ohio..

38, 40, 42, 43, 64
COMBINATION RATES.
COMBINED SHIPMENTS, APPLICATION OF CARLOAD RATES TO.
COMMERCIAL CLUB OF OMAHA V. CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R. Co

241
COMMERCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

285
COMMODITY RATES

14, 39, 44, 285
COMMON CONTROL, MANAGEMENT, OR ARRANGEMENT

285
COMPARATIVE INCOME ACCOUNT OF RAILWAYS OF THE UNITED STATES CONSID-
ERED AS A SYSTEM, FOR THE YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 AND 1901..

114
COMPENSATION OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES.

111
COMPETITION

10, 11, 16, 23, 48, 50, 51, 53, 54, 66, 71-74, 75, 78, 116, 285, 298
COMPLAINT.

285
COMPLAINTS, FORMAL.

13, 38–42, 299
COMPLAINTS, INFORMAL.
COMPTON, C. B...

83
CONCENTRATION OF BUSINESS INTERESTS

285
CONCERTED ACTION TO ADVANCE RATES

15
CONCESSION OF RELIEF.

44–46, 286
CONCESSIONS TO FAVORED SHIPPERS IN PUBLISHED TARIFFS

18-22
division equivalent to rebate

21
Hutchinson Salt Co. case.

18–22
may produce a monopoly

22
salt rates between certain points not maintained.

18
switching roads

19
trust and independent salt works.

18

98

71, 285
61, 62

42, 299
74

Page
CONDIT, OHIO

64
CONDUCTORS, NUMBER OF.

111
CONGRESS

7, 26, 32, 89, 98
power to regulate interstate commerce

79
CONNECTICUT

27, 29
CONNECTING LINES.

286
CONSOLIDATED FORWARDING Co. v. SOUTHERN PACIFIC Co.

69, 271
CONTINUOUS CARRIAGE OF FREIGHTS,

286
CONTRACTS

286
CORDELE MACHINE SHOP v. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. Co

222
CORN.

41
CORPORATIONS, RAILWAY, INDICTABLE

8
COST OF CARRIAGE.

286
Cost OF PRODUCTION.

286
COTTON

40, 286
COTTON PIECE GOODS

42
COTTON SEED

38
COUNCILL v. WESTERN AND ATLANTIC R. Co.

143
COURT DECISIONS.

65–80
apportionment of railroad cars to competing coal mines.

78, 79
cases involving enforcement of orders of the Con.mission.

69–75
Danville case.
Government aided railroad and telegraph lines.

79, 80
Hampton case.

74
injunctions restraining carriers from departing from their published
tariff rates

65-69
injunction restraining the taking effect of advances in lumber rates.. 77,78
La Grange case.

70–74
Orange routing case

69, 70
power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce..

79
suit to compel testimony and production of documents before the Com-
mission.

75–77
Tift case.

77
transportation beginning and ending in one State, but passing through
another State

79
Wilmington case

74
COURTS
civil cases pending in..

80-83
decisions of .

65-80
CowPEAS..

42
CoXE BROTHERS & Co. v. LEHIGH VALLEY R. Co...

191
CREWS v. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. Co...

145
CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS

83
CRIMINAL REMEDIES PROVIDED BY ELKINS LAW
CROSS-TIES

39
CROSWELL, MICH

40
CUMBERLAND, MD

42
CUMBERLAND RIVER

53
CURRENT LIABILITIES.

111
Daisy & Sons v. CLEVELAND, AKRON AND COLUMBUS R. Co....

64, 279
DALLAS FREIGHT BUREAU
v. Austin and Northwestern R. Co..

269
v. Texas and Pacific R. Co

248
DALLAS, TEX.

41, 63
DALTON, GA..

41
DAMAGES

38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 63, 96-107, 286, 294, 295
DANVILLE, ILL

42
DANVILLE, VA.

40, 42, 44, 69
DANVILLE v. SOUTHERN R. Co

74, 81, 260, 264
DAWSON BOARD OF TRADE v. CENTRAL OF GEORGIA R. Co...

254
Dawson, Ga....

41
Dayton, Ohio.

45
DECISIONS, COURT.

65–80
DECISIONS OF THE COMMISSION.

46-65
advances in freight rates from the Mississippi River to the Atlantic sea-

board
application of carload rates to combined shipments..

61, 62

46

Re

DECISIONS OF THE COMMISSION—Continued.

Page.
freight classification..

57-61
greater charges for shorter than for longer distances.

49–57
passenger fares.

63
reparation

63
stop-over privilege on shipments of grain.

62
DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME..

108, 113
DEFECTS OF ORDINARY METHODS OF MANAGING TRAINS.

107
DEFICIENCY OF INTERLOCKING

104
DELAWARE

27, 29
DELAWARE AND Hudson Canal Co., THATCHER v..

141
DELAWARE AND HUDSON Co., UNITED STATES EX REL. v...

83
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN R. Co.....

75, 76
Haddock v.

188
Milk Producers' Protective Association v..

79, 233
Page v..

216, 228

239
Shamberg v

194
DELAWARE STATE GRANGE V. NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND NORFOLK
R. Co.....

156, 193, 201
DELAY IN DELIVERY.

64
DELINQUENCIES IN REPORTING DEATHS AND INJURIES

99
DEMURRAGE CHARGES

41, 286
DENHAM, W. B

81
DENISON, TEX

41
DENVER, Colo..

56,57
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE R. Co

86,88
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE..

122
DEPARTURE FROM PUBLISHED RATES

8, 9, 65–68, 69
DESIRABILITY OF THE BLOCK SYSTEM.

103
DETROIT BOARD OF TRADE v. GRAND TRUNK R. OF CANADA

158
DETROIT, GRAND HAVEN AND MILWAUKEE R. Co., STONE & CARTEN V

175
DETROIT, Mich...

45, 53, 54
DEVELOPMENT OF FREIGHT CLASSIFICATIONS

115
DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES..

286
DIAMOND MILLS v. BOSTON AND MAINE R. Co

275
DIFFERENTIAL RATES

286
DIFFICULTIES OF THE COUPLER PROBLEM

91
DISCONTINUED CASES

44
DISCRIMINATION IN FURNISHING CARS.

64,78
DISCRIMINATION, UNJUST

38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 62, 294, 295, 298
DISTANCE

287
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

28, 29
DIVIDENDS

108, 112, 113
DIVISION OF EARNINGS
DIVISION OF RATES AND TRANSPORTATION

37
DIVISION OF STATISTICS..

36
DIVISION OF THROUGH RATES

287
DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE

75–77, 283, 287
DOCUMENTS, COMPELLING PRODUCTION OF

75–77, 283, 287
DONALDSONVILLE, LA

41
DOYLE, MICH

40
DRAWBARS

287
DRIED FRUIT

40
DRY GOODS.

40
DULUTH, MINN

38, 42, 43
DUNCAN V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co

214
DUPLICATION OF REPORTS OF ACCIDENTS

100
DUVAL, BISHOP V ...

166
EARLY CLOSING OF FREIGHT STATION

44
EARNINGS AND EXPENSES OF RAILWAYS..

108, 109, 112-114
EARNINGS DIVISIONS

40, 41
East RADFORD, VA....

41
East St. Louis, ILL

40, 43, 62
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co.
Board of Trade of Chattanooga v.

209
Farrar v

146
Heck & Petree v.

147

40,41
8,9

8,9

10, 11

EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co.-Continued.

Page.
James & Abbott v

170
Little Rock and Memphis R. Co. v

165
Pyle & Sons v...

146
EAU CLAIRE BOARD OF TRADE v. Chicago, MiLWAUKEE AND St. Paul R. Co. 208
EIGHTH SECTION..

287
ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.

287, 296
ELEVATOR CHARGES..

287
ELEVATORS, ALLOWANCES TO

40
ELKINS LAW..

7, 20, 66, 67, 68, 69
additional parties included
changes made in the regulating statute

7
civil remedies...

9
criminal remedies

9
deals with enforcement of rates.

8
departure from published rates.

9
discriminations may be restrained

9
imposition of fines..

8
increase of railroad charges

12
injunctions..
no remedy for excessive rates

11
penalty of imprisonment...

8
published tariff standard of lawfulness

9
railway corporations liable..

8
rate-cutting diminished

10
sufficient to show secret rate
utility should be further tested.

8
wise and salutarv..
ELVEY v. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Co......

176
EMERSON v. CHICAGO, Rock ISLAND AND PACIFIC R. Co

220
EMIGRANTS.

287
EMORY GAP, TENN.

53, 54, 55
EMPLOYEES OF RAILWAYS

101, 102, 111
casualties to.

101, 102
EMPLOYMENT OF SPECIAL ATTORNEYS BEFORE COMMISSION

32
EMPORIUM, PA..

45
ENCOURAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIES.

287
ENFORCEMENT OF ORDERS OF THE COMMISSION, CASES INVOLVING.

69–75
ENGINEMEN

111
ENGLISH LINES

106
EQUIPMENT, RAILWAY

110
EQUIPMENT TRUST OBLIGATIONS

111
ERIE R. Co

89
ESTOPPEL

287
EUREKA SPRINGS R. Co.

Cary v
Missouri Board of Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners v

232
EVANSVILLE, IND

41
EVANS
v. Oregon R. and Navigation Co

143
v. Union Pacific R. Co

227
EVIDENCE...

287
EVILS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF PRIVATE CARS

22
allowances on live-stock shipments equivalent to a rebate

24
competition of carriers..

23
concessions granted to owners.

23, 24
excessive rentals

22
inquiry of Mr. Midgley

22
kinds of cars involved

22
magnitude of allowances

25
mileage rates and allowances.

23
packing-house products.

23
stock-car mileage rates.

24
unjust discriminations resulting

25
EXPENSES, EARNINGS AND

108, 109, 112-114
EXPENSES, OPERATING

108, 112
EXPORT RATES.

40, 50, 287
from points east and west of the Mississippi River, RE.

253
253

240

re

84

Page.
EXPORT TRADE OF BOSTON, RE.

138
EXPRESS COMPANIES

144, 288
EXPRESS, EARNINGS FROM

113
EXTENSION OF REGULATIVE POWER OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONS

118
EXTENSIONS OF TIME FOR COMPLIANCE WITH SAFETY-APPLIANCE LAW 44, 65, 86, 279
FACILITIES OF TRAFFIC...

288
FAILURE TO MAKE STATISTICAL REPORTS
cost of operation

17
no way of compelling compliance.

17
permanent improvements.

17
FAILURE TO REPORT ACCIDENTS
FAIRBURN, GA.

70, 71, 73
FALLING FROM TRAINS AND ENGINES, CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM

101
FARRAR & Co. v. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R. Co.

146
FAST-FREIGHT LINES

288
FATALITIES TO PASSENGERS NOT INCREASED.

97
FAVORED SHIPPERS, CONCESSIONS TO

18–22
FERRY EXPENSES

288
FEWELL v. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. Co.

240
FIFTEENTH SECTION

288
FIFTH SECTION

40, 41, 70, 76, 83, 84, 288, 292
FIFTY PER CENT REQUIREMENT.

88
FILING AND PUBLICATION OF TARIFFS.

38, 39, 40, 42, 48–83
FINAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1902.

109
FINANCIAL REPORTS OF CARRIERS TO COMMISSION.

17
FINDINGS OF FACT BY COMMISSION.

288
FINES, IMPOSITION OF
FINLEY, W. W

83
FIREMEN.

111
FIRST SECTION

11, 16,
17, 26, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 48, 50, 51, 52, 53–56, 58–61, 62, 63, 70–74, 75, 76, 122, 288, 294
Fish COMMISSION

288
FITCHBURG R. Co., RE

228
FIXING OF RATES...

11-13, 17, 25, 26, 122, 293
FLINT AND PERE MARQUETTE R. Co.
Michigan Box Co. v

221
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce v...

162
FLORENCE R. Co., SOUTH CAROLINA R. COMMISSION v..

248
FLORENCE, S. C......

42
FLORIDA
FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR R. Co., PERRY V.

199
FLORIDA R. COMMISSION v. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN R. Co 196, 200
FLOUR..

38, 41, 288
FOOD PRODUCTS..

288
FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

288
FORMAL AND INFORMAL COMPLAINTS FILED DURING THE YEAR

299, 322
FORMAL COMPLAINTS

13, 38, 42, 299
increase

13
FORMAL PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED BEFORE THE COMMISSION DURING THE YEAR.. 299-309
FORM AND CONTENTS OF RATE SCHEDULES, RE..

218
FORT WORTH AND DENVER CITY R. Co., CATTLE RAISERS' ASSOCIATION OF
TEXAS V

247, 248
FORTH WORTH, TEX

42
FORTY-YEAR REVIEW OF CHANGES IN FREIGHT TARIFFS.

115
“FORWARDING AGENTS,

61
FOUNTAIN HEAD, TENN

53
FOURTEENTH SECTION.

288
FOURTH SECTION.

38, 40, 41, 42, 49–57, 70–74, 288, 291, 294
FOURTH-TRACK MILEAGE

109
FREE CARTAGE OF FREIGHT.

289
FREEMAN V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE R. Co

236
FREE PASSES AND FREE TRANSPORTATION..

289
FREIGHT BUREAU OF THE CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE v. CINCINNATI,
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC R. Co

217
carried

110, 112
cars

22–26, 38, 41, 110, 284, 289, 291
classification.

14, 41, 43, 57–61, 64, 65, 115, 284

27, 29

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