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FREIGHT
average carried 1 mile per mile of line.

7
average haul per ton

7
average receipts carrying 1 ton of, 1 mile

7
carried at owner's risk

54
carried at risk of carrier

54
cars

5
classification of

1-23
continuous carriage of

.17
cost carrying 1 ton 1 mile.

7
express in reality quick delivery of.

9
locomotives in use.

5
New England Association

30
number of tons of, carried

7
tons of, carried 1 mile per freight engine.

5
traffic

7
train mileage

7
uniform bill of lading

315
uniform classification of

23
uniformity in the classification of, desirable.

28
Western Association

30
(See Traffic) -

131
FREIGHT CLASSIFICATIONS
progress and present status of

31
FREIGHT MONEYS
held to be a first lien..

46
FRUITS

131
GAINESVILLE, GA.

298
GALBRAITH, J. E

260
GALVESTON,
TEX

244, 281
GARBER, W.S.

334
GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

131
GEORGIA

-4-15, 91, 290, 293, 296, 299, 300, 302, 304, 306
increase in operated mileage in.

4
statutes

51
GEORGIA RAILROAD AND BANKING CO

296
GEORGIA R. R. Co..

-15, 90, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297,

298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303, 305, 306, 307, 308
GERMANY

66
appropriation to introduce steam-heating of cars in.

343
GODDARD, MR---

67
GOVERNMENT-AIDED RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH LINES.

9-10, 131
GOWEN, PA..

284, 287
GRAND HAVEN, MICH

309
GRANDPA'S WONDER SOAP.

90
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH

-15, 310, 313, 314
GRAND TRUNK Ry, Co., OF CANADA.

83, 342
GREAT LAKES
transportation on should be brought under control of Commission.-

9
GROUP RATES

83
on coal..

131
GROUPS
comparative summary of items by

4
statistics classified into..

4
HARDING IS. HARDY

20
HARLEM RIVER.

91
HARTSHORNE, CHARLES

289
HAMILTON & BROWN..

86
HANNIBAL AND ST. JOSEPH R. R. Co..

90
HAZELDINE, W.C

282
HEARD, W. H.

-303, 304, 305, 306, 307
HEARING
when precluded by contracts between the parties

131
HEARINGS
recommendations of Commission relative to...

22
when not precluded by contracts between the parties

131
HEATER (see Heating of passenger cars).

8, 323

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HEATING OF PASSENGER CARS

340
Germany, Switzerland

343
statutes of various States relating to.

343
HILLZER, GEORGIA

308
HIMES, WILLIAM

333
HINTON, E. H.

269, 270
HOGS AND HOG PRODUCTS,

132
HOUSATONIC Co

50
HOUSATONIC R. R

49
HOUSATONIC R. R. CO..

89
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
resolutions in regard to uniform classification in

27
How, E. W

269
HUMBOLDT,
KANS

270
ILLINOIS.
Munn vs.

48
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R

83
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Co

269, 342
ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE
bills introduced

343
IMPORT RATES.

83
IMPORT TRAFFIC.

132
publication of joint tariffs on

258
INCOME
gross, of railways.-

5
monthly returns of railway

3
INDIANA

7,8
INDIANAPOLIS BOARD OF TRADE.

32
INDIAN TERRITORY

261
INDICTMENT
charge of..

12
INJURED
total number reported as

8
INLAND PROPORTION OF THROUGH FOREIGN RATE

268
INSTRUMENTALITIES OF SHIPMENT OR CARRIAGE

132
INTERCHANGE OF TRAFFIC (see Through routes and through rates).
INTERNATIONAL AND GREAT NORTHERN R. R.

260
INTERSTATE
Southern Association..

30
INTERSTATE COMMERCE
decisions of United States courts relating to

134
hearing of Senate Committee on.

337
practicable regulation

85
practical workings of regulation.

134
regulation of

48, 133
regulation of, Federal Government

133
regulation of rates in import traffic

83
State regulation of, how effected

134
transportation to adjacent foreign country

133
uniform bill of lading

315
what constitutes.

132
what is not.

132
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. -9, 24, 273, 274, 275, 277, 278, 279, 280, 282,

283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 290, 291, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 302, 303, 304,

305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 311, 312, 323, 333, 334, 355, 364, 369, 370, 371, 372
abstract of decisions of

11
abstract questions will not be answered

134
administrative duties of

11
after reparation no order will be made

138
allowance of damages or counsel or attorneys' fees

135
amendments recommended by

68
appendices to report of (see Appendices).
asked to order reparation for damages.

9
complaint, when not favored..

136
conclusions and findings of fact of.

20
conclusions of, on subject of uniformity in classification

27
coöperation of, asked in direction of uniform classification

32

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38
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION—Continued.

decision of, on relative rates of oil.
decisions of, not final.-
decisions of, should be given at least the weight and finality of re.

port of master in chancery of Federal courts -
dependent upon the courts for efficient execution of the act
detail work of -
difficulties of enforcing obedience to decisions of
divisions of through rates
duties imposed by the act.
duties of quasi-judicial character imposed upon
duties of the several divisions of
duty of, to correct classifications.
duty of, to investigate complaints
effect in the courts of a decision of
establishment of through rates and through routes by
exhibits of statistical division of
experience of, confirms its opinion for necessity of amendment.
express companies should report to
facts found by, controverted by other testimony
findings of fact of..
fourth annual report of
Great Lakes and river traffic under control of.
harmonizing of classification, since organization.
immigrant transportation
increase of unreasonably low rates
increasing volume of business of
informal complaints.
investigations by
jurisdiction
jurisdiction strictly statutory-
lack of authority under the act
local examinations under direction of
may order depositions to be taken
modification or reversal of previous orders.
names of members and secretary
neither complaint nor complainant necessary to confer jurisdiction.
no power to compel joint arrangement between water and rail lines.
not clothed with power to enforce its orders -
notices of changes in joint rates must be given to.
notice to, of changes in joint rates
not invested with power to enforce its own orders.
omission to challenge schedules of rates on file.
order not retroactive.
order of, reducing rate on peaches
orders of not always obeyed.
persons employed --
petitions brought in United States circuitcourts to enforce its orders.

answers of carriers to such petitions.
petitions not necessarily entertained.
points decided during the year...
points decided since organization...
position of, with regard to uniform classification.
power of Commission in regard to reasonable rates.
powers and duties
power under fourth section of act limited
power under the third section limited..
recommendations of, relative to enforcement of its orders
recommendations or orders by, for reparation -
recommends amendments relative to hearings before
recommends the passage of an act requiring the adoption of a uni-

form classification.
relief under fourth section..
relieved by the action of the carriers in regard to uniform classifica-

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14

3
19
91
18
18

3
85
92
21
49

3
23

9
21
19
138

9
32
135
135

3
138
136
135
135
50
11
138

23
2, 68

92
136

18
136
41
14
138.
135
50
15
: 69
271
271
135
81
81
31
85
137
135
136
22
10
22

tion
report of
secretary

33
135

33
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION—Continued.
special sessions and inquiries of ..

10
State railroad commission as complainant.

138
statistical report of..

138
status of, with reference to Federal courts.

21
summary of force of.

3
tariffs under fourth section..

135
when complainant, a State railroad commission, has ceased to exist. 92
when rehearing will not be granted by

136
INTERSTATE TRAFFIC..

42
INQUIRIES
special sessions and..

10
INVESTIGATION
by Commission of questions of great intricacy

18
by Commission....

10
local, by special agents

11
originate in complaints against carriers

18
IONIA, MICH.

15, 310
IOWA

- 25, 26, 52, 323, 333
laws of

52
IRON
pig

138
IVORY SOAP

90
JACKSON, MICH..

312
JACKSONVILLE, FLA..

10
JAMES & MAYER BUGGY CO.

-90, 290, 291, 293,296, 297, 302
JERSEY CITY.

87
JEWETT, CHARLES A

262
JOHN P. SQUIRE & Co.

87
JOHNSON, JOHN G.

289
JOINT RATES

-14, 263, 268
notice to Commission of changes in.

41
of carriers..

41
publication of

42
JOINT TARIFF
authority for

245
circular concerning filing

138
export

138
filing of, with Commission.

138
need not be duplicated

138
notices of changes in

138
publication of

138, 245, 257, 258
should show points of connection

247
JUDGMENT AND EXECUTION
provision for enforcing in the courts by --

10
JUDGES
circuit

16
JUDICIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE QUESTIONS.

139
JURISDICTION
foreign carriers

139
in penal cases.

139
when inadequate

139
JURORS.

16
JURY

constitutional guaranty of, trial
depend largely upon instructions of the court.

18
KANSAS

-7, 11, 26, 273, 274, 343
KANSAS CITY, CLINTON AND SPRINGFIELD RY.

269
KANSAS CITY, FORT SCOTT AND MEMPHIS R. R.

269
KANSAS CITY, Mo

11, 93, 269
KENTUCKY

4, 290, 323
increase in operated mileage in..

4
KEROSENE LAMP (Sec Heating of passenger cars.)
KILLED
total number reported as

8
LACKAWANNA LIVE-STOCK EXPRESS CO.

40

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LADING
bills of ..

54
LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RY.

266
LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RY. Co.

83, 90
LAMPS, KEROSENE (See Heating of passenger cars.)
LANSING, MICH..

312
LAWS

advantages of uniformity in.
LEAVENWORTH, KANS.

269
LE BAU, WELLING VS

20
LEGISLATION
for regulation of railway traffic in England

53
railroad.

66
LEHIGH, PA..

282
LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. Co

-15, 83, 85, 86, 91, 282, 283, 286, 288
LEHMAN, HIGGINSON & Co.

93, 269
LEMONS.

92
LIKE KIND OF TRAFFIC
definition

139
LINCOLN, NEBR

269
LINES
connecting

41
railway, leased to other companies

5
LINK AND PIN COUPLING

339
LIVE STOCK

88
car lot rates

139
cattle and dressed beef

140
duty of carriers.

139
hogs and hog products..

139
patent stock cars

139
transportation in improved stock cars

140
use of yards

139
LIVE-STOCK CARS
discrimination in favor of shippers owning -

40
LOCALTIES (see Location)

140
LOCAL RATES (see Through and local rates)

140
LOCATION
advantages and disadvantages

88, 140
LOCOMOTIVES

freight--
freight carried one mile per freight..
number of, fitted with automatic couplers-
number of, fitted with train brake..
passenger -
per each 100 miles of operated line.

total number of..
LONG AND SHORT HAUL CLAUSE
application of

141
bulk and value of the freight.

145
burden of proof..

144
carriers called upon to justify violation at public hearing

143
case retained for further showing-

87
circuitous route

142
circumstances and conditions

148
competition

142
concession of rates before decision

144
construction clause stated.

143
construction of

140
declaration by carrier that it is a local carrier to certain stations on
its line

149
differences in classification may violate

143
different lines of the same carrier

145
empty cars and return loads

145
enforcement of

145
exceptions under, may cause violations of second and third sections. 142
fast freight line

142
free cartage of freights

145

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