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CASES DISPOSED OF BY THE COMMISSION WITHOUT REPORT

DURING THE TIME COVERED BY THIS VOLUME.

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431. FULLER E. CALLAWAY v. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY ET AL.--Violation of the fourth section. Fuller E. Callaway for complainant. Ed. Baxter for defendants. October 8, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

654. LA GRANGE BOARD OF TRADE v. CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in transportation of freight from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore to La Grange, Ga. Fuller E. Callaway for complainant. J. D. Campbell, Francis I. Gowen, George V. Massey, F. A. Farnham, Ed. Baxter, and Hugh L. Bond for defendants. October 9, 1907. Dismissed on motion of

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689. E. P. THOMAS v. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY.–Violation of sections 2, 3, and 4 in rates on freight from Hanford, Cal., to points in other states east of California. E. P. Thomas for complainant. E. D. Kenna and Robert Dunlap for defendant. November 27, 1907. Dismissed for want of prosecution.

734. GEORGE D. HENRY v. CHICAGO, Rock ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.--Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on shelled corn from Amity, Mo., to Postville, Iowa. George D. Henry for complainant. W. T. Rankin and Carroll Wright for defendant. January 23, 1907. Dismissed; complaint satisfied.

737. KINSELLA GRAIN COMPANY v. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RailWAY COMPANY ET AL.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on combined shipments of corn and oats from Blairstown, Iowa, to Chicago, Ill., and also from Colon, Nebr., to East Clinton, Ill. W. E. Kinsella for complainant. Lloyd W. Bowers and J. H. Krebs for defendants. November 13, 1906. Dismissed for want of prosecution.

775. CENTRAL GRAIN TRADE ASSOCIATION V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on grain intended for export from Peabody, McPherson, Hutchinson, Wichita, Wellington, Newton, Florence, Winfield, and Arkansas City, Kans., to Galveston, Gainesville, and Fort Worth, Tex. William Finn for complainant. E. D. Kenna, Robert Dunlap, and M. A. Low for defendants. November 1, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

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781. J. E. SCHMITTLE & COMPANY v. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ComPANY.–Violation of sections 2, 3, and 6 in rates on coal from Glasgow, Pa., to points in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts and other New England States. W. L. Snyder and John M. Snyder for complainant. Francis I. Gowen for defendant. November 1, 1906. Complaint satisfied; dismissed on motion of complainant.

786. D. W. DURHAM v. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.Violation of sections 1, 3, and 4 in rates on brick machinery from Lochland, Ky., to East St. Louis, Ill. D. W. Durham for complainant. J. M. Dickinson for defendant. November 15, 1906. Dismissed, to file complaint under new law. (See 934.)

818. COMMERCIAL CLUB OF SANTA BARBARA, CAL., v. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on butter, eggs, cheese, dressed poultry, beef, grain, flour, and coal from Kansas City and Chicago to Santa Barbara, Cal. C. M. Gidney for complainant. W. R. Kelley, Gardiner Lathrop, Robert Dunlap, William F. Herrin, P. F. Dunne, and C. N. Clark for defendants. November 13, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 931.)

819. CHANNEL COMMERCIAL COMPANY v. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY ET AL.–Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rates on coal, corn, flour, and canned goods from Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago to San Buena Ventura, Cal. Barnes & Selby for complainant. W. W. Weldon, William F. Herrin, W. R. Kelley, C. W. Waterman, P. F. Dunne, Gardiner Lathrop, and Robert Dunlap for defendants. November 13, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 925.)

843. MARSHALL OIL COMPANY v. BALTIMORE & Onio RAILROAD CouPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on petroleum and its products from Warren, Titusville, Oil City, and Pittsburg, Pa., to Peoria, Ill. L. R. Willard and G. H. Ruth for complainants. John G. Wilson, H. L. Bond, J. J. Brooks, A. P. Burgwin, George C. Greene, and George V. Massey for defendants. November 1, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

844. MARSHALL OIL COMPANY v. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on petroleum in barrels, half barrels, cases, and half cases from points in Iowa and Nebraska to points in Minnesota, Kansas, and North and South Dakota. L. R. Willard and G. H. Ruth for complainant. W. R. Kelly, George W. Seevers, John Dille, Burton Hanson, R. A. Jackson, M. T. Rankin, and S. A. Lynde for defendants. November 1, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

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850. YAWMAN & ERBE MANUFACTURING COMPANY V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.- Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in classification of roller letter copiers as compared with copying presses. Phillip H. Yawman for complainant. Gardiner Lathrop, Robert Dunlap, W. R. Kelly, Burton Hanson, Chester M. Dawes, R. A. Wilkinson, R. A. Jackson, M. T. Rankin, E. L. Williams, S. A. Lynde, C. N. Travous, Martin L. Clardy, William F. Herrin, and D. A. Chambers for defendants. November 12, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 927.)

853. NOBLES BROTHERS GROCER COMPANY ET AL. v. FORT WORTH & DENVER CITY RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1 and 3 in differentials against Amarillo, Tex., in favor of other Texas common points. Veale, Crudington & Bailey for complainants. M. A. Low, Gardiner Lathrop, Robert Dunlap, E. E. Whitted, and Spoonts & Thompson for defendants. November 3, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainants, to file complaint under new law. (See 924.)

854. F. S. ULMER v. Texas & New ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY. Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in rate on carload shipment of lumber from Rockland, Tex., to Tampico, Mexico. F. S. Ulmer for complainant. Baker, Potts, Parker, and Garwood for defendants. November 1, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 921.)

859. FORT SMITH TRAFFIC BUREAU v. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO & St. Louis RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on pressed glassware, including tableware, lamps, and lamp chimneys from Pittsburg, Pa., and Gas City, Ind., to Fort Smith and other points in Arkansas. J. E. Hundley for complainant. John G. Williams, A. P. Burgwin, L. F. Parker, W. H. Evans, J. G. Egan, and Martin L. Clardy for defendants. November 5, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

864. D. & K. FERTILIZER COMPANY v. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rate on sulphuric acid in tank cars from La Salle, Peru, and Winona, Ill., to Indianapolis, Ind. Edward D. Kingsbury for complainant. John B. Cockrum, Chester M. Dawes, A. P. Burgwin, W. T. Jackson, M. T. Rankin, and F. S. Winslow for defendants. February 14, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant; complaint satisfied.

868. HOWARD MILLS COMPANY v. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on flour from Wichita, Kans., to San Francisco, Cal., and other Pacific coast terminals. J. E. Howard for complainant. Martin L. Clardy, John W. Baldwin, Chester M. Dawes, R. A. Jackson, M. T. Rankin, William F. Herrin, and P. F. Dunne for defendants. October 30, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 917.)

870. JOSEPH P. McCANN V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY.–Violation of section 3 in refusing to handle a personally conducted tour of Kismet Temple of the Mystic Shrine from Brooklyn, N. Y., to Los Angeles, Cal. Alexander & Green for complainant. Gardiner Lathrop and Robert Dunlap for defendants. September 24, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

871. E. T. RAINEY v. CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY.–Violation of sections 2 and 3 in shipments of dressed poultry, ice packed, from Eldorado, Ill., to New York, N. Y. C. I. Layman for complainant. J. H. Ingalls and L. J. Hackney for defendants. October 19, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

872. RIVERSIDE MILLS V. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.Violation of sections 1 and 3 in rate on waste from Augusta, Ga., to New York. R. J. Southall for complainant. Ed. Baxter and Claudian B. Northrop for defendants. October 30, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 916.)

874. TEXAS CEMENT PLASTER COMPANY V. ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO RAILROAD COMPANY.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on wall plaster from Quanah, Tex., to Kansas City and St. Louis. S. M. Gloyd for complainant. L. F. Parker, John G. Egan, and C. H. Gookum for defendant. December 11, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 945.)

877. J. R. LUCAS & COMPANY v. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.-Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in reconsignment charge on hay at East St. Louis, Ill. Forman & Whitnell for complairant. Ed. Baxter for defendant. November 3, 1906. Dismissed, on motion of complainant, to file complaint under new law. (See 923.)

881. EDWARD B. GROSSMAN COMPANY v. WELLS FARGO & COMPANY EXPRESS.-Violation of section 3 in refusing to accept for transportation packages marked "C. 0. D.Edward B. Grossman for com

“O. plainant. Alexander & Green and William P. Sidley for defendant. March 18, 1907. Dismissed for want of prosecution.

882. E.P. PECK v. MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY COMPANYViolation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in failure to furnish cars and excessive charge on carload of corn from Tulsa, Ind. Ter., to Galveston, Texas. Sherman & Fletcher for complainant. James Hagerman, Joseph W. Bryson, and Clifford L. Jackson for defendant. May 6, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

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900. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF El Paso, Texas, v. ATCHISON, ToPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.- Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in refusing to recognize El Paso, Tex., as a Texas common point. E. Moye for complainant. C. K. Dunlap for defendants. October 15, 1906. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

901. CLEVELAND PROVISION COMPANY v. BALTIMORE & Ohio RAILROAD COMPANY ET AL.-Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in rates on live hogs from Chicago, St. Louis, and Kansas City and other Missouri River points to Cleveland, and on boxed meats from Cleveland to New York and other Atlantic seaboards. F. W. Treadway for complainant. J. E. Morley for defendants. May 20, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

902. H. CLAY JONES COMPANY V. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE & WASHINGTON RAILROAD COMPANY.-Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in establishing minimum carload weight on manure and in requiring prepayment of freight charges. 8. Clay Jones for complainant. George Stuart Patterson, Francis 1. Gowen, and George V. Massey for defendant. October 10, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

921. F. S. ULMER v. TEXAS & NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY.Violation of sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 in charge on two carload shipments of lumber from Rockland, Tex., to Tampico, Mexico. Mr. Meyers for complainant. H. M. Garwood, of Baker, Potts, Parker & Garwood, for defendant. November 6, 1907. Dismissed on request of complainant; complaint satisfied.

922. SANTA FE CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY.–Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 in refusing to make joint through rates on passenger traffic at Kennedy, N. Mex., or allowing interchange of round-trip passenger rates. Samuel B. Grimshaw for complainant. Gardiner Lathrop and

. Robert Dunlap for defendant. January 16, 1907. Dismissed on motion of complainant.

932. KINSELLA GRAIN COMPANY V. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.— Violation of sections 1, 2, and 3 through failure to allow carload rates on combined shipments of corn and oats from Blairstown, Iowa, to Chicago, Ill. W. E. Kinsella for complainant. S. A. Lynde and C.C Wright for defendants. March 18, 1907. Dismissed for want of prosecution.

937. PITTMAN & HARRISON COMPANY V. MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY COMPANY ET AL.-Rates on animal and poultry food from Sherman, Tex., to Vicksburg, Miss. J. P. Harrison for complainant. James Hagerman and Ed. Baxter for defendants. November 1, 1907. Dismissed; complaint satisfied.

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