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THE UNIVERSITY

OF ILLINOIS

LIBRARY

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READING

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THE TRAFFIC LIBRARY



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The Traffic Library

Application of Tariffs

Between and from points in Western
Classification Territory

PART I

Prepared under the direction of the Advisory Traffic Council of
The American Commerce Association



By THOMAS D. FITZGERALD

Assistant Secretary, The American Commerce Association; formerly Chief

Rate Clerk, Claim Department, C. & A. R. R.; Erie R. R., G. F. A.

Office; C. R. I. & P. R. R., F. C. A. Office; Chief Rate Clerk,

Wabash R. R., A. G. F. A. Office; Charge of Revising

and Claims, C. G. W. R. R., Auditor's Office, etc.



ELVIN S. KETCHUM, A. B., Pd^M.
Editor-in-Chief

Originator of Systematic and Scientific Training
in Practical Traffic Work



EDWARD G. WARD

Associate Editor

President and Editor-in-Chief of the Railway World ; formerly with the
Interstate Commerce Commission; also with the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture as Transportation Expert and with
the U. S. Department of Commerce and Labor
as Internal Commerce Expert.




STfje American Commerce gstfociation

CHICAGO



Copyright 1916 by
The American Commerce Association






PREFACE



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IN this volume, we are giving you a partial application
of the principal tariffs applying within and from the
Western Classification Territory, to other points.

The tariffs applying within and from the Western Classi-
fication Territory to other points, not provided for herein,
will be treated in a subsequent volume.

In this part of the work, we have covered the applica-
tion of tariffs within the Western Trunk Line Territory,
_ showing (1) the application of the principal tariffs pub-
lished by the Western Trunk Line Committee and the
"*> individual carriers, (2) the tariffs applying from St. Paul,
J Minneapolis, Minnesota Transfer and Duluth, Minn.,
Superior and Ashland, Wis., also from the Missouri River
Crossings, and points in the States of Iowa, Minnesota and
.-.Missouri, to various points in the United States, Canada
and Mexico, (3) the application of tariffs applying within
the Trans-Missouri Freight Bureau Territory, from points
-in Colorado and Utah, Pacific Freight Bureau Territory
and Trans-Continental Freight Bureau Territory, to all
other sections of the Continent.

In a work of this character, it is not necessary to give
specific reference to each and every tariff containing rates
within and from the different sections of the country. As
a general proposition, the method of tariff publication does
not change, and, once you are in touch with the method of

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iy PREFACE

publication, it is an easy matter to determine the proper
tariff to use in a given case.

It should be borne in mind that where no through rates
are published, on Interstate Traffic, the lowest legal com-
bination is the proper rate to use, taking into considera-
tion the fact that all factors in the rate must be legally-
published and on file with the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission.

In presenting this work we deem it fitting to say that to
the best of our knowledge this information has never
before been published in the manner in which we have
presented it. While there have been many theoretical
and economic treatises written regarding railroad rates,
nothing has been ever attempted to actually show what
tariff names the rate on a shipment between two given
points.

Perhaps the most striking illustration of the value of
the information which we are furnishing is this : A man
handling traffic in St. Louis, Mo., for instance, can deter-
mine from this work what tariff will name the rate on a
shipment from Fort Smith, Ark., to Minneapolis, Minn.,
etc.

It is a well known fact that the biggest problem con-
fronting the shippers and carriers is knowing which tariff
actually names the rate. This is the kind of information
we furnish. Without such knowledge the efficient han-
dling of practical traffic work is impossible.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I

Page

CHAPTER I. Application of Tariffs Within Western
Trunk Line Territory Published by the Western
Trunk Line Committee.
§ 1. Application of Tariffs within Western Trunk

Line Territory 3

CHAPTER II. Application of Tariffs Within the
Western Trunk Line Committee Territory, Pub-
lished by the Individual Carriers 18

§ 1. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway,

Tariffs Published by 19

§ 2. Chicago & Alton Railroad Company, Tariffs

Published by 20

§ 3. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Com-
pany, Tariffs Published by 23

§ 4. Chicago, Great Western Railroad Company,

Tariffs Published by 24

§ 5. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, Tariffs

Published by 26

§ 6. Chicago and North Western Railway Com-
pany, Tariffs Published by 28

§ 7. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Com-
pany, Tariffs Published by 41

§ 8. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha

Railway, Tariffs Published by 44

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Page

§ 9. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company,

Tariffs Published by 44

§ 10. Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie

Railroad Company, Tariffs Published by... 46
§ 11. Missouri Pacific Railway Company, Tariffs

Published by 47

§ 12. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company,

Tariffs Published by 48

§ 13. Wabash Railroad, Tariffs Published by 49

CHAPTER III. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Minnesota Transfer and Duluth,
Minn. ; Superior and Ashland, Wish., and the Com-
mon Points, to Other Points.

§ 1. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Minn. ;
Superior, Ashland, Wis., to Central Freight
Association Territory 63

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Trunk Line and
New England Territories 66

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Canadian Freight
Association 69

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Carolina Territory. 70

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Southeastern Terri-
tory 71



CONTENTS vii

Page

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Mississippi Valley
Territory 72

§ 7. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Oklahoma 73

§ 8. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Texas Points. . . 74

§ 9. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Arkansas 76

§ 10. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Louisiana 77

§11. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Mexican Com-
mon Points 77

§ 12. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to California Ter-
minals and South Pacific Coast Intermediate
Territory 77

§ 13. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to North Pacific
Coast Terminals, Points in Oregon and Inter-
mediate North Pacific Coast Territory 78

§ 14. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Spokane and
Points Taking Same Rates 78



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Page

§ 15. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to Montana Com-
mon Points 78

§ 16. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Utah Common
Points 79

§ 17. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Colorado 79

§ 18. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and Common Points, to Points in Canadian
Northwest Territory 81

§ 19. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to New Mexico
and Arizona 81

§ 20. Application of Tariffs from St. Paul, Minne-
apolis, Minnesota Transfer, Duluth, Superior
and the Common Points, to North and South
Dakota 82

CHAPTER IV. Application of Tariffs from Missouri
River Crossings to Other Points.
§ 1. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to New England and Trunk Line

Territories 89

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to Central Freight Association
Territory 90



CONTENTS ix

Page

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to Canadian Freight Association
Territory -. . . . 91

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Points in Carolina Territory. . . 92

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Southeastern Territory 92

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Mississippi Valley Territory. . . 93

§ 7. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Arkansas 94

§ 8. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Oklahoma 95

§ 9. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to Points in Louisiana in South-
western Tariff Committee Territory 95

§ 10. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Points in Texas 96

§11. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Points in Mexico 96

§ 12. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to Points in New Mexico and
Arizona 97

§ 13. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to California Terminals and Inter-
mediate Points 98

§ 14. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to North Pacific Coast Terminals
and Intermediate North Pacific Coast Ter-
ritory 98

§15. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Spokane and Group 98



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Page

§ 16. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Montana Common Points 99

§ 17. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,
Winona and Common Points; also to Interior
Points in Minnesota 99

§ 18. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Utah Common Points 99

§ 19. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to Colorado Points 100

§ 20. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River
Crossings to Points in the Canadian North-
west 100

§ 21. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to North Dakota 101

§ 22. Application of Tariffs from Missouri River

Crossings to South Dakota 102

CHAPTER V. Application of Tariffs Between Points

in Trans-Mississippi River Territory, Also Between

Other Points in Iowa and Minnesota and Missouri,

and Points in Trans-Mississippi River Territory.

§ 1. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,

Minnesota and Missouri to Points in

Arizona 107

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in

Arkansas 108

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in

Colorado 109

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,

Minnesota and Missouri to Points in Idaho. . 110



CONTENTS xi

Page

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Kansas Ill

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Mexican Com-
mon Points 114

§ 7. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Montana 114

§ 8. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Nebraska 115

§ 9. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in New
Mexico 1 19

§ 10. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Oklahoma -.- 120

§11. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Oregon 121

§ 12. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in South
Dakota 122

§ 13. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,

Minnesota and Missouri to Points in Texas. 126

§ 14. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,

Minnesota and Missouri to Points in Utah. .127

§ 15. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Points in
Wyoming 128

§ 16. Application of Tariffs from Points in Iowa,
Minnesota and Missouri to Louisiana Points
in Southwestern Committee Territory 130



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Page
CHAPTER VI. Application of Tariffs Within Trans-
Missouri Freight Bureau Territory ; Also Between
Other Points Located West of the Missouri River
and Not Otherwise Provided for; Also Specific
Commodity Tariffs Published by the Trans-
Missouri Freight Bureau.
§ 1. Application of Tariffs from Kansas Points to

Utah Common Points 135

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from Wyoming Points

to Utah Points 135

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from Colorado to Utah

Points 136

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from Nebraska Points

to Colorado Points 136

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from Wyoming Points

to Nebraska Points 137

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to

Oregon 138

§ 7. Application of Tariffs between Colorado Points

and Wyoming Points 139

§ 8. Application of Tariffs between Colorado Points

and Montana Points 140

§ 9. Application of Tariffs between Kansas Points

and Colorado Points 140

§ 10. Application of Tariffs from Nebraska Points to

Utah Common Points 142

§ 11. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to

Points in New Mexico 142

§ 12. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to

Idaho Points 143

§ 13. Application of Specific Commodity Tariffs
Published by the Trans-Missouri Freight
Bureau 143



CONTENTS xiii

Page
CHAPTER VII. Application of Tariffs from Colo-
rado Common Points and Other Points in Colorado
to Defined Territories.

§ 1. Application of Tariffs from Colorado to Utah
Points. Through Rates are published apply-
ing on classes and commodities between the
Colorado Common Points, including points
in Wyoming and points in Utah, by the
Colorado-Utah Freight Bureau in Joint
Freight Tariff No. 4 Series 149

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Common
Points and Other Points in Colorado to New
England and Trunk Line Territories 149

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to
Points in Central Freight Association Ter-
ritory 151

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to
Points in Canadian Freight Association Ter-
ritory 153

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to
Chicago, Peoria, Mississippi River Crossings,
Duluth, Superior, West Superior, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, and Points Taking Same Rates,
as Shown in Trans-Missouri Territorial
Directory 154

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to
Points in Southeastern and Carolina Ter-
ritories 155

§ 7. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points to

Points in Mississippi Valley Territory 157

§ 8. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points

to Points in Louisiana 158



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Page
§ 9. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points

to Points in Oklahoma 159

0. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Arkansas 160

1. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Points in Texas 161

2. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to New Mexico and Arizona 162

3. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Points in Mexico 163

4. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to California Terminals and Intermediate
Points 163

5. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to North Pacific Coast Terminals and Inter-
mediate Points 164

6. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Spokane and Points Taking- Same Rates. .164

7. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Montana Points 165

8. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points
to Points in North and South Dakota 165

9. Application of Tariffs from Colorado Points

to Canadian Northwest Territory 166

CHAPTER VIII. Application of Tariffs from Utah
Common Points to Other Points.
§ 1. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to New England and Trunk Line

Territories 171

§ 2. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Central Freight Association Ter-
ritory 172



CONTENTS xv

Page

§ 3. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Canadian Freight Association Ter-
ritory 173

§ 4. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Chicago, Peoria, 111.; Mississippi
River Crossings ; Duluth, Minn. ; Superior,
Wis. ; St. Paul, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Transfer and Points Taking Same Rates. . . .174

§ 5. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Carolina Territory 175

§ 6. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Southeastern Territory 175

§ 7. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Mississippi Valley Territory 176

§ 8. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Louisiana Common Points and
Other Points in the State of Louisiana 178

§ 9. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Points in Oklahoma 178

§ 10. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Points in Arkansas 178

§11. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Texas Points 179

§ 12. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Points in New Mexico, Arizona
and Nevada 179

§ 13. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Points in Mexico 180

§ 14. Application of Tariffs from the Utah Common
Points to California Terminals and Inter-
mediate South Pacific Coast Territory 181

§ 15. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to North Pacific Coast Terminals and
Intermediate Points —. 182



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Page

§ 16. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Spokane and Points Taking Same
Rates 183

§ 17. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common
Points to Montana Points; Also to Points
in Idaho and Wyoming 183

§ 18. Application of Tariffs from Utah Common

Points to Points in North and South Dakota. 183

§ 19. Application of Tariffs from the Utah Common
Points to Points in Canadian Northwest
Territory 185

CHAPTER IX. Application of Tariffs Within Pacific
Freight Tariff Bureau Territory.
§ 1. Application of Tariffs Published by the Pacific

Freight Tariff Bureau 189

§ 2. Application of Tariffs Published by the Indi-
vidual Carriers 197

(1) Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail-

road Company 197

(2) Great Northern Railway 198

(3) Nevada - California - Oregon Railway

and Sierra & Mohawk Railway Co. . 198

(4) Northwestern Pacific Railroad Com-

pany 199

(5) Northern Pacific Railway Company.. 199

(6) North Yakima and Valley Railway. . .201

(7) Oregon Electric Railway Company. . .201

(8) Oregon Trunk Railway 201

(9) Oregon - Washington Railroad and

Navigation Company 202

(10) San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake

Railroad Company 204



CONTENTS xvii

Page

(11) Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway

Company 204

(12) Southern Pacific Company 205

(13) Western Pacific Railroad Company .. .205

CHAPTER X. Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to Other Points.

§ 1. Alabama, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 209

§ 2. Arkansas, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 210

§ 3. Canada, Eastern, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 211

§ 4. Canada, Western, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 212

§ 5. Carolina, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 212

§ 6. Colorado, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 213

§ 7. Connecticut, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 214

§ 8. District of Columbia, Application of Tariffs

from Trans-Continental Points to 215

§ 9. Delaware, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 216

§ 10. Illinois, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 217

§ 11. Indiana, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 218

§ 12. Kansas, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 218

§ 13. Kentucky, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 219



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Page

§ 14. Louisiana, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 220

§ 15. Maine, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 221

§ 16. Maryland, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 222

§ 17. Massachusetts, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 223

§ 18. Iowa, Application of Tariffs from Trans-Con-
tinental Points to 224

§ 19. Michigan, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 225

§ 20. Minnesota, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 226

§ 21. Missouri, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 227

§ 22. Mississippi, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 228

§ 23. New Hampshire, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 229

§ 24. New Jersey, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 230

§ 25. Nebraska, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 231

§ 26. New Mexico, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 232

§ 27. New York, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 233

§ 28. North Dakota, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 234

§ 29. Ohio, Application of Tariffs from Trans-Con-
tinental Points to 235



CONTENTS xix

Page

§ 30. Oklahoma, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 235

§ 31. Pennsylvania, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 236

§ 32. Rhode Island, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 237

§ 33. South Dakota, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 238

§ 34. Southeastern Territory, Application of Tariffs

from Trans-Continental Points to 239

§ 35. Tennessee, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 239

§ 36. Texas, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 240

§ 37. Vermont, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 241

§ 38. Virginia, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 242

§ 39. "West Virginia, Application of Tariffs from

Trans-Continental Points to 243

§ 40. Wisconsin, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 244

§ 41. Wyoming, Application of Tariffs from Trans-
Continental Points to 245



CHAPTER I.

APPLICATION OF TARIFFS WITHIN WESTERN TRUNK
LINE TERRITORY PUBLISHED BY THE WESTERN
TRUNK LINE COMMITTEE.



CHAPTER I.

APPLICATION OF TARIFFS WITHIN WESTERN TRUNK
LINE TERRITORY PUBLISHED BY THE WESTERN
TRUNK LINE COMMITTEE.

§ 1. Application of Tariffs Within Western Trunk Line
Territory.

The tariffs applying within Western Trunk Line Terri-
tory are published by the Western Trunk Line Committee
and the Individual Carriers.

The Western Trunk Line Committee publishes such
tariffs as are jointly required by the Railroads forming the
membership of this Committee. The Individual Carriers
publish Class and Commodity rates within Western Trunk
Line Committee Territory.

The Class Rates not provided for in the tariffs issued by
the Western Trunk Line Committee are published by the
Individual Carriers, who also publish Specific Commodity
Tariffs on Grain, Grain Products and other articles not
provided for in the Western Trunk Line Tariffs.

The tariffs issued by the Western Trunk Line Commit-
tee, in many instances, overlap and provide for rates into
other Territories. The following are the principal tariffs
published by the Western Trunk Line Committee:

(1) Class and Commodity Rates (except Commodity
Rates on Cement [Asbestos, Hydraulic or Portland], Coal,
Coke, Grain, Grain Products, Hay, Lime, Live Stock,
Lumber, Salt, Seeds, Stoneware, Straw, Stucco and Wall

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