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53. E. P. Stacy & Sons v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $11.50 on carload of apples from Troy, Kans., to St. Paul, Minn., on account of excessive rates.

54. Ryland & Brooks Lumber Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. March 30, 1907. Refund of $18.21 on carload of lumber from Sanford, N. C., to Baltimore, Md., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

55. Mount Airy Furniture Company v. Southern Railway Company. April 2, 1907. Refund of $32.40 on carload of furniture from Mount Airy, N. C., to Turtle Creek, Pa., on account of excessive rates.

56. D. B. Sweet & Company v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. March 30, 1907. Refund of $12 on carload of flour in barrels from New York, N. Y., to New Haven, Conn., on account of excessive rates.

57. Anderson-Tully Company v. Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific Railway Company. April 3, 1907. Refund of $23.70 on carload of box material from Vicksburg, Miss., to Monroe, La., on account of excessive rates.

58. H. A. Dreves Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. March 29, 1907. Refund of $331.83 on 7 carloads of crushed oyster shells from Savannah, Ga., to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn., on account of excessive rates.

59. American Tobacco Company v. Durham & Southern Railway Company. April 5, 1907. Refund of $115.92 on shipment of smoking tobacco from Dur. ham, N. C., to Denver, Colo., on account of error in publication of tariff.

60. Barrett Manufacturing Company v. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Company. April 5, 1907. Refund of $8.13 on carload of wrapping paper from Chicago, Ill., to Winona, Minn., on account of error in publishing rate.

61. Sandoval Zinc Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. April 5, 1907. Refund of $30 on 2 carloads of zinc ore from Marion, Ky., to San. doval, Ill., on account of clerical error in publishing rate.

62. Abilene Company v. Union Pacific Railroad Company. April 10, 1907. Refund of $2.16 on shipments of mineral water from Abilene, Kans., to Omaha, Nebr., on account of excessive charge.

63. Lange Canning Company v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. April 5, 1907. Refund of $6.03 on shipment of carload of canned corn from Eau Claire, Wis., to Pueblo, Colo., on account of excessive charges.

64. Goff-Kirby_Coal Company v. Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Company. April 10, 1907. Refund of $597.82 on 71 carloads of coal from Branchton, Pa., to Detroit, Mich., on account of excessive rates.

65. Goemann Grain Company v. Wisconsin Central Railway Company. April 8, 1907. Refund of $128.32 on shipment of 10 carloads of oats from Fairchild, Wis., to Manitowoc, Wis., on account of excessive rates.

66. Armour Packing Company v. Kansas City Southern Railway Company. April 12, 1907. Refund of $69.58 on carload of cotton-seed oil from Paris, Ark., to Kansas City, Mo., on account of excessive charge.

67. Wm. Volker & Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. April 18, 1907. Refund of $28.78 on 2 carloads of linoleum from Philadelphia, Pa., to Kansas City, Mo., on account of excessive rate.

68. J. H. Arnold & Company v. Southern Railway Company. April 18, 1907. Refund of $54.78 on carload of cotton from Gadsden, Ala., to Hudson, N. C., on account of excessive rate.

69. Humbird Lumber Company v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. April 15, 1907. Refund of $45 on 2 carloads of pine lumber from Sand Point, Idaho, to McClusky, S. Dak., on account of oversight in publication of rate.

70. Acworth Cotton Manufacturing Company v. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway Company. April 18, 1907. Refund of $285.50 on 15 carloads of machinery from Lowell, Mass., to Acworth, Ga., on account of oversight in publication of rate.

71. W. M. Ritter Lumber Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. April 19, 1907. Refund of $2.70 on carload of lumber from Panther, W. Va., to Punxsutawney, Pa., on account of excessive rate.

72. Beatrice Corn Mills v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, April 19, 1907. Refund of $198 on carload of brewer's grits from Beatrice, Nebr., to San Francisco, Cal., and diverted on account of the earthquake to Vancouver, Wash., on

73. W. E. Demond v. Central Vermont Railway Company. April 20, 1907. Refund of $9.89 on 3 cars of cord wood from Stratford, Conn., to Springfield, Mass., on account of excessive rate.

74. Acme Storage Company v. Southern Railway Company. April 22, 1907. Refund of $54.80 on 2 carloads of talc'from Glendon, N. C., to Chicago, Ill., on account of error in publication of rate.

75. California Sugar & White Pine Agency v. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company. April 24, 1907. Refund of $4 on carload of doors from San Francisco, Cal., to Kansas City, Mo., on account of improper exaction of demurrage charge.

76. Powhatan Coal & Coke Company v. Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad Company. April 22, 1907. Refund of $5,359.25 on 152 carloads of coke from Sykes, Pa., to West Seneca, N. Y., on account of excessive charge.

77. National Manufacturing Company v. Toledo St. Louis & Western Railway Company. April 19, 1907. Refund of $22.74 on carload of staves from New Bavaria, Ohio, to Sterling, Ill., on account of excessive charge.

78. Listman Mill Company v. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Company. April 20, 1907. Refund of $503 on 25 carloads of bran from Minneapolis, Minn., to Lacrosse, Wis., on account of oversight in construction of rate schedule.

79. C. W. Hull Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. April 22, 1907. Refund of $12.15 on carload of coal from Carterville, Ill., to Greenville, Iowa, thence reconsigned to Sheldon, Iowa, on account of improper reconsignment charges.

80. Newaygo Portland Cement Company v. Wisconsin Central Railway Company. April 22, 1907. Refund of $101.95 on 5 carloads of cement from Newaygo, Mich., to Grand Rapids, Wis., on account of excessive charge.

81. C. B. Havens & Company v. Union Pacific Railroad Company. April 22, 1907. Refund of $81.88 on carload of coal from Chicago, Ill., to Boise, Idaho, on account of excessive charge.

82. Champion Coated Paper Company V. Cincinati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway Company. April 23, 1907. Refund of $314 on 20 carloads of paper from Hamilton, Ohio, to Baltimore, Md., New York, N. Y., and Boston, Mass., on account of excessive charge.

83. Franklin Sugar Refining Company v. Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. April 23, 1907. Refund of $20.25 on carload of sirup from Philadelphia, Pa., to St. Louis, Mo., on account of error of carrier's agent.

84. C. F. Keck & Company v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company and Norfolk & Western Railway Company. April 23, 1907. Refund of $35.75 on 2 carloads of feed from Roxbury, Md., to Norfolk, Va., on account of excessive charge.

85. Baker Brothers & Company y. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. April 24, 1907. Refund of $28.60 on carload of glass bottles from Sheffield, Pa., to Lynchburg, Va., on account of excessive charge.

86. Muskogee Oil Refining Company v. Missouri, Kansas & Teras Railway Company. April 23, 1907. Refund of $87.83 on carload of oil from Muskogee, Ind. T., to Little Rock, Ark., on account of excessive charge.

87. Independent Elevator Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. April 25, 1907. Refund of $217.71 on 4 carloads of coal from Duluth, Minn., to Crocker, S. Dak., on account of excessive charge.

88. Tennessee Valley Fertilizer Company v. Southern Railway Company. October 5, 1907. Refund of $1,437.62 on 81 carloads of fertilizer from Florence, Ala., to various points in Tennessee, on account of clerical error in publication of rate schedule.

89. Southern Bitulithic Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. April 25, 1907. Refund of $57.84 on carload of paving cement from Carthage, Ohio, to Baton Rouge, La., on account of excessive charge.

90. Oxford Copper Company v. Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. April 25, 1907. Refund of $90.11 on 8 carloads of soda ash from Solvay, N. Y., to Hoboken, N. J., on account of oversight in publication of rate 91. F. J. Zilla & Company v. Great Northern Railway Company. May 3, 1907. Refund of $7.76 on carload of wire and nails from Chicago, Ill., to Hutchinson, Minn., on account of excessive charge.

92. B. Presley Company v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railuray Company. May 3, 1907. Refund of $60 on carload of flour from Orrville, Shuburt, and Falls City, Nebr., to St. Paul, Minn., on account of oversight in connection with publication of rate.

93. Orrville Milling Company v. Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Railca y Company. May 3, 1907. Refund of $60 on a carload of flour from Orrville, Ohio, to Alexandria, Va., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

94. Crosby Roller Milling Company v. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company. May 3, 1907. Refund of $3.07 on carload of flour from Topeka, Kans., to Modesto, Ill., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

95. New Prague Flouring Mill Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. April 11, 1907. Refund of $10.68 on 2 carloads of four from New Prague, Minn., to Rice Lake and Cameron, Wis., on account of excessive through rate.

96. R. P. Burnett v. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company. May 2, 1907. Refund of $19.83 on carload of stone from Albion, N. Y., to Clereland, Ohio, on account of excessive through rate.

97. Northern Ohio Paving & Construction Company v. Nero York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company. May 2, 1907. Refund of $192.31 on 7 carloads of stone from Albion and Eagle Harbor, N. Y., to Cleveland, Ohio, on account of excessive through rate.

98. George B. Herring & Son v. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company. May 2, 1907. Refund of $127.59 on 6 carloads of block stone from Albion and Eagle Harbor, N. Y., to Cleveland, Ohio, on account of excessive through rate.

99. Southern Cotton Oil Company v. New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company. May 3, 1907. Refund of $41.83 on carload of cooking fat from New Orleans, La., to Fort Wayne, Ind., on account of excessive through rate.

100. George J. Kindel v. Union Pacific Railroad Company. May 4, 1907. Refund of $2.77 on 2 bales of domestic cheviots from Greensboro, N. C., to Denver, Colo., on account of excessive through rate.

101. J. H. Furman v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $139.83 on 52 casks of muriate of ammonia from Antwerp, Belgium, and shipped by the Illinois Central Railroad from New Orleans, La., to Chicago, Ill., on account of error in routing by custom-house broker.

102. William Volker & Company v. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $21 on carload of shade rollers from Hammond, Ind., to Denver, Colo., by way of Chicago, on account of excessive through rate.

103. Simon Cook Company v. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company. May 8, 1907. Refund of $6 on carload of scrap iron from Delphos, Ohio, to Fort Wayne, Ind., on account of excessive rate.

104. Cleveland Trinidad Paving Company V. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company. May 4, 1907, refund of $68.92; May 6, 1907, refund of $97.77; May 6, 1907, refund of $1,243.34; all on shipments of stone from Albion and Medina, N. Y., to Cleveland, Ohio, on account of excessive through rates.

105. Northwest Thresher Company v. Great Northern Railway Company. May 7, 1907. Refund of $27.61 on 2 carloads of thrashing machinery from Stillwater, Minn., to Brandon, Manitoba, on account of oversight in publication of tariff.

106. New England Granite Works V. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. May 9, 1907. Refund of $5.57 on granite monument from West Quincy, Mass., to Bridgeport, Conn., on account of excessive rate.

107. Newton Oil & Manufacturing Company v. Nero Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company and Alabama & Vicksburg Railway Company. May 11, 1907. Refund of $205.92 on 18 carloads of kainit from Fort Chalmette, La., to Newton, Miss., on account of excessive rate.

108. International Forucarding Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Com

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Antwerp, Belgium, by way of New Orleans, to Chicago, Ill., on account of error in publication of tariff.

109. E. L. Hedstrom & Company v. Southern Indiana Railway Company. May 17, 1907. Refund of $15 on 5 carloads of coal from Coalmont, Ind., to Chicago, Ill., on account of improper switching charge.

110. Mar Atlass v. Wabash Railroad Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $113.54 on 8 carloads of ice from Madison, Wis., to Decatur, Ill., on account of excessive rate.

111. Milne Lumber Company v. Wabash Railroad Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $9.56 on carload of lumber from St. Louis, Mo., to Blockton, Iowa, on account of excessive rate.

112. United States Leather Company v. Wabash Railroad Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $204.45 on 5 carloads of hides from Fort Worth, Tex., to Marlinton, W. Va., on account of excessive rate.

113. Milwaukee Worsted Mills v. Wabash Railroad Company. May 6, 1907. Refund of $78.63 on 8 carloads of wood from St. Louis, Mo., to Milwaukee, Wis., on account of improper minimum carload charge.

114. Nichols-Chisolm Lumber Company v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. August 19, 1907. Refund of $11.26 on carload of lumber from Frazee, Minn., to Waukegan, Ill., on account of excessive rate.

115. W. B. Northrup & Company v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. May 14, 1907. Refund of $121.65 on 2 carloads of apples from Bracken, Nebr., to Minneapolis, Minn., on account of excessive rate.

116. American Glue Company v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. May 20, 1907. Refund of $10.50 on carload of glue stock from Dan. bury, Conn., to Springdale, Pa., on account of excessive rate.

117. Upham & Agler v. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. May 18, 1907. Refund of $11.05 on carload of lumber from Kelso, Mo., to Cairo, Ill., on account of mistake in quoting rate.

118. New Orleans Acid & Fertilizer Company v. Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Railroad & Steamship Company. August 6, 1907. Refund of $35 on carload of fertilizer from New Orleans, La., to Stamps, Ark., on account of'excessive through rate.

119. Northwestern Washed Coal Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. May 18, 1907. Refund of $3.86 on carload of coal from East St. Louis, Ill., to Omaha, Nebr., on account of excessive rate.

120. Bessemer Washed Coal Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. May 18, 1907. Refund of $82.55 on 11 carloads of coal from East St. Louis, Ill., to Omaha, Nebr., on account of excessive rate.

121. Red River Lumber Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. May 20, 1907. Refund of $33.65 on 3 carloads of lumber from Ackley, Minn., to Leola, S. Dak., on account of excessive rate.

122. Gamble-Robinson Commission Company v. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company. May 21, 1907. Refund of $27.20 on carload of melons from Coan, Iowa, to Mankato, Minn., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

123. W. W. Sivright v. Great Northern Railway Company. May 23, 1907. Refund of $9.38 on carload of wire and nails from Chicago, Ill., to Hutchinson, Minn., on account of excessive through rate.

124. Crookston Lumber Company v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. May 22, 1907. Refund of $108.93 on 5 carloads of lumber from Bermidji, Minn., to Garrison, N. Dak., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

125. Cudahy Packing Company v. Union Pacific Railroad Company. May 24, 1907. Refund of $62.40 on carload of lard oil from South Omaha, Nebr., consigned to San Francisco and diverted in transit to Seattle, Wash., on account of diversion of shipment.

126. Crocker Brothers v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. May 23, 1907. Refund of $10 on carload of pig iron from Fox Point, R. I., to Warren, R. I., on account of excessive rate.

127. Crocker Brothers v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. May 23, 1907. Refund of $148.10 on 20 carloads of pig iron from Fox Point, R. I., to Whiteus, Mass., on account of excessive rate.

128. Woonsocket Machine & Press Company v. New York, New Haven d Hartford Railroad Company. May 23, 1907. Refund of $58.31 on 17 carloads of pig iron from Fox Point, R. I., to Woonsocket, R. I., on account of excessive rate.

129. E. Arthur Tutein v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. May 24, 1907. Refund of $50 on carload of pig iron from Fox Point, R. I., to Taunton, Mass., and on car of pig iron from Fox Point, R. I., to Weir, Mass., on account of excessive rate,

130. Ostrander Fire Brick Company v. Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. May 24, 1907. Refund of $12.58 on carload of fire clay from Perth Amboy, N. J., to Bellows Falls, Vt., on account of excessive rate.

131. J. A. Miller & Company v. Manistee of Northeastern Railroad Company. May 27, 1907. Refund of $88.33 on 2 carloads of potatoes from Glengarry, Mich.. to Chicago, IH., on account of technical failure in issuing tariff.

132. Northwest Lumber Company v. Great Northern Railway Company. May 28, 1907. Refund of $23.04 on carload of lumber from Bag ley, Minn., to Divide, N. Dak., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

133. American Sugar Refining Company v. New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company. May 29, 1907. Refund of $46.01 on carload of sugar from New Orleans, La., to Dotham, Ala., on account of excessive rate.

134. American Sugar Refining Company v. New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company. May 29, 1907. Refund of $54.90 on carload of sugar from New Orleans, La., to Troy, Ala., on account of excessive rate.

135. Julius Porath v. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company. May 31, 1907. Refund of $79.74 on 3 carloads of stone from Albion and Eagle Harbor, N. Y., to West Detroit, Mich., on account of excessive through rate.

136. Pennsylvania & Delaware Oil Company v. Central Railroad Company of New Jersey. May 31, 1907. Refund of $4.62 on carload of lubricating oil from Bayonne, N. J., to Easton, Pa., on account of excessive rate.

137. Greif Brothers Company v. Chicago « Northwestern Railway Company and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Company. May 22, 1907. Re fund of $35.48 on carload of staves from Cleveland, Ohio, to Janesville, Wis., on account of excessive through rate.

138. McCarthy & Lardie v. Manistee & Northeastern Railroad Company. May 27, 1907. Refund of $265.02 on 10 carloads of potatoes from Buckley, Mich., to Chicago, Ill., on account of excessive rate.

139. Menomonee Hydraulic Press Brick Company v. Great Northern Railway Company. May 27, 1907. Refund of $3.04 on carload of cement from Superior Lock, Wis., to Watertown, S. Dak., on account of error in publication of tariff.

140. L. Teweles & Company v. Ahna pee & Western Railroad Company and Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company. June 3, 1907. Refund of $23.39 on 200 bags of dried peas from Sawyer, Wis., to Chicago, Il., on account of excessive rate.

141. Quinn Marshall & Company v. Philadelphia & Reading Railway Company. May 31, 1907. Refund of $0.63 on shipment of hosiery from Doylestown, Pa., to Lynchburg, Va., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

142. Walter Cooper v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. April 26, 1907. Refund of $207.20 on 8 carloads of pine laths from Gordon Siding, Mont., to various destinations on account of adjustment of minimum weight regulations.

143. E. W. Barley & Company v. Central Vermont Railway Company. June 6, 1907. Application of 20 cents per 100 pounds instead of 26 cents per 100 pounds in making settlement with its connecting carriers on a shipment of 40,000 pounds of merchandise which had been misrouted.

144. Little River Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. June 6, 1907. Refund of $102.11 on 7 carloads of lumber from Townsend, Tenn., to Cincinnati, Ohio, on account of oversight in publication of tariff.

145. Kansas City Bolt & Nut Company v. Missouri, Kansas & Teras Railuay Company. June 6, 1907. Refund of $164.76 on 8 carloads of sand from Klondike, Mo., to Kansas City, Mo., on account of error in publication of tariff.

146. Sanger Brothers v. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. June 6, 1907. Refund of $58.63 on carload of oilcloth from Rock Island, n., to Dallas,

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