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APPENDIX.

COMPLAINTS IN WHICH REPARATION WAS AUTHOR

IZED ON INFORMAL PLEADINGS.

JANUARY 1, 1907, TO NOVEMBER 30, 1907.

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COMPLAINTS IN WHICH REPARATION WAS AUTHORIZED ON INFORMAL

PLEADINGS. JANUARY 1, 1907, TO NOVEMBER 30, 1907.

1. T. C. Keller & Company v. Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad Company. January 17, 1907. Refund of $54.34 on carload of coal shipped from Clinton, Ind., to Baroda, Mich., on account of excessive rate.

2. Eastern Tablet Company v. Mallory Steamship Company. February 16, 1907. Refund of $105 on shipment of paper tablets from Brownsville, N. Y., to Dallas, Tex., on account of excessive rate.

3. Miller-Vidor Lumber Company v. Texas & Pacific Railway Company. February 18, 1907. Refund of $11.80 on carload of lumber from Sodus, La., to Hallettsville, Tex., on account of misrouting.

4. Surrey Lumber Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. February 19, 1907. Refund of $3.75 on box of shooks from Wakefield, Va., to Westminster, Md., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

5. Phoenix Cotton Oil Company v. St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company. February 19, 1907. Refund of $158.04 on 14 carloads of cotton seed from Corning and Newark, Ark., to Memphis, Tenn., on account of misconstruction of tariff.

6. Milwaukee Elevator Company v. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company. February 19, 1907. Refund of $84.63 on 2 carloads of barley shipped from Bushnell, S. Dak., to Milwaukee, Wis., on account of improper routing.

7. Pillsbury-Watkins Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. February 21, 1907. Refund of $354.73 on shipments of ties from Peoria, Ill., to Minneapolis, Minn., through error in publication of tariff.

8. E. D. Hamlin v. Iowa Central Railway Company. February 21, 1907. Refund of $68 on 2 carloads of oats from Vancleve, Iowa, to Kansas City, Mo., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

9. Rosebrook Coal Company v. Iowa Central Railway Company. February 21, 1907. Refund of $14.35 on carload of coal from Eddyville, Iowa, to Alden, Minn., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

10. Macy Brothers v. Iowa Central Railway Company. February 21, 1907. Refund of $29.38 on carload of oats from Sully, Iowa, to Kansas City, Mo., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

11. Taylor Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. February 23, 1907. Refund of $14.37 on carload of cotton-seed hulls from Columbus, S. C., to Gastonia, N. C., on account of excessive charges.

12. D. E. Ryan Company and F. B. Scott Company v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. February 23, 1907. Refund of $14.88 and $53.10 on shipments of apples from Nebraska City, Nebr., to Minneapolis, Minn., on account of improper routing.

13. John S. Owen Lumber Company v. Wisconsin Central Railway Company. February 23, 1907. Refund of $16.35 on shipment of building stone from Portland, Conn., to Eau Claire, Wis., on account of charging less than carload rates instead of minimum carload rates.

14. E. P. Stacy & Sons v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. February 23, 1907. Refund of 4 cents per 100 pounds on 6 carloads of apples from Troy, Kans., to Minneapolis, Minn., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

15. Rogers, Brown & Company v. Southern Railway Company. February 25, 1907. Refund of $40.50 on 2 carloads of pig iron from Sheffield, Ala., to Moberly, Mo., on account of clerical error in tariff schedule.

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16. Hayward H. Kendall Company v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company. February 25, 1907. Refund of $18.03 on shipment of coal from Lilly, Pa., to Cleveland, Ohio, for the purpose of adjusting excessive switching charges.

17. Holcomb Hayes Company v. Illinois Central Railroad Company. April 29, 1907. Refund of $555.50 on 70 carloads of ties from Hopkinsville, Ky., to Herrin and Pawnee Junction, Ill., on account of error in publication of rate schedule.

18. Spencer Lumber Company and Floete Lumber Company v. Iowa Central Railway Company. February 27, 1907. Refund of 34 cents per 100 pounds on shipment of 2 carloads of sewer pipe from Monmouth, Ill., to Spencer, Iowa, on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

19. Roswell Gas Company v. Pecos Valley & Northeastern Railway Company. March 2, 1907. Refund of $368.92 on shipment of crude oil from Chanute, Kans., to Roswell, N. Mex., on account of collection of local instead of joint through commodity rate.

20. Price Cereal Food Company v. Kansas City Southern Railway Company. March 2, 1907. Refund of $36.56 on shipment of flaked wheat from Owosso, Mich., to Fort Smith, Ark., on account of improper routing.

21. Archenhold & Company v. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. March 2, 1907. Refund of $54.57 on shipments of whisky from Lynchburg, Ohio, to Waco, Tex., on account of improper routing by carrier's agent.

22. Yellow Pine Manufacturers' Association v. St. Louis Southwestern Rail. way Company. March 4, 1907. Refund of $6.50 on carload of yellow pine lumber from Millville, Ark., to Belleville, Ill., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

23. Shoal Creek Coal Company v. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company. March 4, 1907. Refund of $74.67 on 12 carloads of coal from Panama, Ill., to Hannibal, Mo., Davenport, Dubuque, Keokuk, and Fort Madison, Iowa, ou account of excessive charges.

24. M. Wolf & Sons v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. March 4, 1907. Refund of $17.10 on shipment of 100 bales of imported cotton waste from Boston, Mass., to Fall River, Mass. on account of excessive charges.

25. William Whitner & Sons v. Central of Georgia Railway Company. March 4, 1907. Refund of $12.36 on carload of cypress lumber from Bellwood, Ala., to Philadelphia, Pa., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

26. Union Oil Company v. Teras & Pacific Railway Company. March 9, 1907. Refund of $262.24 on 6 carloads of crude cotton-seed oil from Bunkie, La., to Memphis, Tenn., on account of excessive charges in connection with refining in transit privilege.

27. Weber Implement Company v. Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company. March 11, 1907. Refund of $7.27 on shipment of corn huskers from Milwaukee, Wis., to Red Bud., Ill., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

28. The Mathieson Alkali Works v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company. March 12, 1907. Refund of $128.74 on 2 carloads of soda ash from Saltville, Va., to Denver, Colo., on account of excessive charges.

29. Southern Bitulithic Company v. Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Company. March 13, 1907. Refund of $335.62 on 43 carloads of riprap from Cedar Bluff, Ky., to Baton Rouge, La., on account of excessive charges.

30. Georgetown & Western Railroad Company v. Southern Railway Company. March 10, 1907. Refund of $35 on carload of stoves from Atlanta, Ga., to Georgetown, S. C., on account of adjustment of erroneous excessive charge.

31. American Tobacco Company v. Durham & Southern Railway Company. March 14, 1907. Refund of $132.41 on shipment of smoking tobacco from Durham, N. C., to Denver, Colo., on account of error in publication of tariff.

32. R. F. Hodges v. Wisconsin Central Railway Company. March 14, 1907. Refund of $20.85 on carload of lumber from Butternut, Wis., to Rockford, III., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

33. Stetson, Cutler & Company v. Quebec Central Railway Company. March 15, 1907. Refund of $275.40 on 12 carloads of lumber from Dudswell Junction, Quebec, to Katonah and White Plains, N. Y., on account of excessive charges.

34. Sale-Blackledge-Nellis Company v. Vandalia Railroad Company. March 16, 1907. Refund of $73.39 on 5 carloads of canned tomatoes from Effingham,

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35. Wallace Grain Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. March 16, 1907. Refund of $17.67 on carload of salt from Superior, Wis., to Walace, S. Dak., on account of collection of local combination instead of through rate.

36. W. W. Truby & Company v. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company. March 16, 1907. Refund of $11.27 on carload of broom corp from Englewood, Kans., to Mattoon, Ill., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

37. Barrett Manufacturing Company v. Chicago Great Western Railway Company. March 16, 1907. Refund of $32.62 on carload of roofing paper from Chicago, Ill., to Lexington, Nebr., on account of collection of joint through rate in excess of combination of local rates.

38. Rogers Brown & Company v. Southern Railway Company. March 22, 1907. Refund of $64.91 on 24 carloads of pig iron from Sheffield, Ala., to Burlington, N. J., via Norfolk, Va., on account of illegal storage charges.

39. C. A. Bonds v. Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific Railway Company. March 22, 1907. Refund of $25 on 4 carloads of shingles from Monroe, La., to Meridian, Miss., on account of clerical error in construction of tariff.

40. Blaisdell Milling Company v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. March 22, 1907. Cancellation of local charges and to apply joint through rail and lake rates.

41. Crystal Paper Company v. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $55.20 on carload of wrapping paper from Middletown, Ohio, to Boston, Mass., on account of erroneous cancellation of rate.

42. Yegen Brothers v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $112.87 on carload of rice from Estherwood, La., to Billings, Mont., on account of excessive charge.

43. American Hoist & Derrick Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $18.35 on carload of hoisting machinery from St. Paul, Minn., to Wiggins, Miss., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

44. S. A. Foster Lumber Company v. Northern Pacific Railway Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $24 on carload of pine laths from Gordon Siding, Mont., to Havelock, Nebr., on account of adjustment of minimum carload regulation.

45. Thomas H. Argall v. Canadian Pacific Railway Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $73.38 on 2 carloads of iron bog ore from Champlain, Quebec, to Erie, Pa., on account of error in publication of rate.

46. James Quirk Milling Company v. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $20.67 on carload of flour from Montgomery, Minn., to Merrill, Wis., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

47. Albert Dickinson Company v. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Company. March 16, 1907. Refund of $60.10 on carload of popcorn from Chicago, Ill., to Denver, Colo., on account of adjustment of excessive through rate.

48. Moore & Munger v. Southern Railway Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $89.46 on 3 carloads of clay from Warrenville, S. C., to Lyons Falls, N. Y., on account of excessive charges.

49. Ryland & Brooks Lumber Company v. Norfolk & Western Railway Company and Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company. March 23, 1907. Refund of $33.13 on 2 carloads of lumber from Ford, Va., to Brooklyn, Md., on account of error in tariff.

50. Carney, Brande de Clark v. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $606.99 on 21 carloads of poles from Black Duck and Funkley, Minn., to Omaha, Nebr., on account of excessive rates.

51. James A. Smith v. Iowa Central Railway Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $118.81 on 2 carloads of coal from Albia, Iowa, to Vivian, S. Dak., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

52. Clark Coal & Coke Company v. Iowa Central Railway Company. March 25, 1907. Refund of $34.11 on carload of coal from Bartlett, Ill., to Henderson, Minn., on account of misrouting by carrier's agent.

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