Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States, Volume 55

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Contents

Illinois Coal Cases 32 I C C 659 4
32
National Refining Co v
35
Reconsignment Case 47 I C C 590 118480752
39
Pollak Steel Co v B O R R Co 49 I C C 238 451
40
Illinois Grain
42
Export Freight Free Time 47 I C C 162 132
43
SchuhMason Lumber Co v M O R R Co 46 I C
46
North Carolina Pine Asso v N W Ry Co 47 I C
47
Inland Steel Co v Director General 462
49
Cedar Hill Coal Coke Co v C S By Co 161 C C 387 _ 270
52
Northern Coal Coke Co v C S Ry Co 16 I C C 369 _ 251
55
Norfolk Western Ry Co Director General Virginia Coal
61
Southern Pacific Co
69
State of
71
InmanPoulson Lumber Co v S P Co Director General __ 357
74
Inland Navigation Co v Wabash Ry Co 43 I C C 588 _
90
Oden Elliott v S A L Ry 37 I C C 345 242
91
Director GeneralContinued
101
National Shipbuilding Co of Texas v K C S Ry
104
Chamber of Commerce of
105
United States 240 U S 294
116
Atlantic Coast Line R R Co
119
Beaumont Chamber of Commerce v
128
N Y P N R R Co 47 I C C 54 642
161
Second Industrial Railways Case
194
Central of Georgia Ry Co Director General Southern
225
Ferguson Lumber Co v L A Ry Co 52 I C C 486 ___
244
Chattanooga Packet Co v I C E E Co 33 I C C 384 __ 7490
247
Diamond Alkali Co v F P E R R Co 53 I C C 549 _ 712
248
Doran Co v N C St L Ry 33 I C C 523
270
NevadaCaliforniaOregon Ry v S P Co 398
274
L V R R Co 117
280
OmahaOklahoma FreshMeat Rates 28 I C G 454 693
289
Chamber of Commerce of
293
Switching Absorptions 47 I C C 583 480
323
Boldt Paper Mills v Director General
331
SonkenGalamba Iron Metal Co v Director General
338
Du Pont de Nemours Co v P R Ry Co 51 I C
348
plosives Co v
350
Tap Line Cases 234 U S 1 84 115
356
Southern Pacific Co Director General InmanPoulson
357
Pacific Coast Lumber Cases See Oregon Washington Lum
358
City of Memphis v
515
Public Utilities Commission of
516
Commercial Club of
540
Railroad Commission of
555
Chevrolet Motor Co of Texas v Director General A T
601
Chicago Calumet River R R Co 194
610
State of New York Commission of Highways v Director
619
PayneGardner Co v L N R R Co 13 I C C 638 654
638
Globe Soap Co v A S Ry Co
640
Conquest Son v S A L Ey 47 I C C 517
645
Duncan Co v
655
Texas New Orleans R R Co Director General Orange
661
Terhune Lumber Co v S Ry Co 42 I C C 317
671
Kaul Lumber Co v C of G Ry Co 20 I C C 450
677
New York Central R R Co Director General Michigan
679
Traffic Asso of
683
Chicago Rock Island Pacific Ry Co City of Memphis v 515
691
Traffic Bureau of
708
Tull Gibbs v N W Ry Co 17
718
Pennsylvania Co v United States 236 U S 351 79 86 92
720
Boston Maine It It Director General Portland Traffic
733
Brock Candy Co v A G S It It Co Director General___ 107
741
Este Co v A C L R R Co 34 I C C 469
743
Northern Pacific Ry Co
749
Kern Sons v C M St P Ry Co 40 I C C 552
752
Railroad Commissioners of
753
Cases disposed of without printed report with table
755
Supplemental reparation orders
765
Table of commodities
771
Table of localities
781
Index digest
799
Cape Girardeau Portland Cement Co v St L S F R
800
Chicago Warehouse Terminal Co Terminal Charges 363
801
United Shoe Machinery Co v B M R R 206
802
Owens BottleMachine Co v B O R R Co Director Gen
809
Southern Lumber Mfg Co v C of G Ry Co Director
821
Kansas City Southern Ry Co Director General National
832
Ralston Townsite Co v M P Ry Co 22 I C C 354 64
834
Du Pont de Nemours Co v
844
Rates on Lumber and Lumber Products 52 I C C 598 630
859
United Shoe Machinery Corp v Director General P
867
Peoria Board of Trade v A T S F Ry Co Director
870

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Page 446 - ... provided that If such loss, damage, or injury was due to delay or damage while being loaded or unloaded, or damaged in transit by carelessness or negligence, then no notice of claim nor filing of claim shall be required as a condition precedent to recovery.
Page 84 - Every common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act shall, according to their respective powers, afford all reasonable, proper ;. and equal facilities for the interchange of traffic...
Page 450 - Act ; nor could the carrier by its conduct give the shipper the right to ignore these terms which were applicable to that conduct and hold the carrier to a different responsibility from that fixed by the agreement made under the published tariffs and regulations. A different view would antagonize the plain policy of the Aot and open the door to the very abuses at which the Act was aimed.
Page 410 - Cars held for or by consignors or consignees for loading, unloading, forwarding directions, or for any other purpose, are subject to these Demurrage Rules, except as follows: (a) Cars loaded with live stock.
Page 453 - Claims for loss, damage, or delay must be made in writing to the carrier at the point of delivery or at the point of origin within four months after delivery of the property, or, in case of failure to make delivery, then within four months after a reasonable time for delivery has elapsed. Unless claims are so made the carrier shall not be liable.
Page 588 - All complaints for the recovery of damages shall be filed with the Commission within two years from the time the cause of action accrues, and not after...
Page 449 - Any alteration, addition, or erasure in this bill of lading which shall be made without the special notation hereon of the agent of the carrier issuing this bill of lading, shall be without effect, and this bill of lading shall be enforceable according to its original tenor.
Page 411 - This shall be considered constructive placement, (b) When delivery cannot be made on specially designated public delivery tracks on account of such tracks being fully occupied, or from other...
Page 449 - To have one period of limitation where the complaint is filed before the Commission and the varying periods of limitation of the different States, where a suit was brought in a court of competent jurisdiction; or to permit a railroad company to plead the statute of limitations as against some and to waive it as against others would be to prefer some and discriminate against others in violation of the terms of the Commerce Act which forbids all devices by which such results may be accomplished.
Page 88 - Whenever the carrier or carriers, in obedience to such order of the Commission or otherwise, in respect to joint rates, fares, or charges, shall fail to agree among themselves upon the apportionment or division thereof, the Commission may after hearing make a supplemental order prescribing the just and reasonable proportion of such joint rate to be received by each carrier party thereto which order shall take effect as a part of the original order.

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