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Railroad Commission op Arkansas. 199

Car Loads
Item COMMODmES. Minimum

No. Weight.

1 Bagging and ties, cotton bale ties (for baling cotton), and tie

buckles in pnckages 20,000

Note 1 — Twine baling, not exceeding 500 pounds may

be loaded with bagging, car loads not exceeding 300

pounds, with bagging and ties mixed; car loads may be

taken at bagging rates.

2 — ^Any excess over 500 pounds in one case and 300

pounds in the other may be charged for at current rates

for baling twine, L.C.L.

2 Beer — Minimum, not including preservative 20,000

In the transportation of this commodity the following
preservative (ice, sawdust or straw) shall be made free
with the car during the months of June, July, August and
September, 5,000 pounds; in other months the allowance
for preservatives shall be 3,000 pounds. Should there be
any ice in car on its arrival at destination, it shall be de-
livered to Consignee at the ruling rate per hundred
pounds, car loads, for transportation of ice.

3 Brick — Common, per 100 pounds 30,000

4 Barrels, empty— Barrels, casks, tierces, kegs and drums (new) 20,000

5 Cotton seed 24,000

6 Cotton seed meal 24{^000

7 Cotton seed meal and cotton seed hulls, mixed 24,000

Note — In mixed car loads of cotton seed meal and
hulls, the proportion of meal must not exceed 50 per cent,
of the entire load.

8 Cotton seed hulls and ashes, straight or mixed 24,000

9 Corn, rye, oats, barley, bran, grain screenings, mill stufCs,

sorghum seed, kaffir corn and corji chops, straight or
mixed 24,000

10 Corn Meal — Grits, hominy, hominy feed, oat meal, rolled oats,

straight or mixed, or when mixed with corn, bran, mill
feed, brewers' meal, brewers' grits, oat groats and mill

stuffs 24,000

11 Cement, lime and plaster, straight or mixed 24,000

12 Coal and coke, per ton of 2,000 pounds 25,000

13 Coal, Milling — A mixture of fine pea coal and slack coal .. 25,000

14 Coal, slack 26,000

15 Cotton factory products "j .

Calicoes, Canton flannels, plain or dyed, canvass, cor- g"

set Jeans, cottonades, cotton rope, cotton twine, cotton g«<

warp, cotton yarn, crash (linen or cotton), domestic I ^

checks, stripes and cheviots, denims, drills, domestic ^ pg

ginghams, glazed cambric, osnabyrgs, sheetings (bleached i g 2

and brown), silesias, tickings, window hollands and shade w S-



cloth in bales O. R. C. or in boxes; also bags, sacks or ^

bagging, other than burlap, gunny or jute. J ^

16 Cordwood, slabs and sawdust, minimum weight marked ca-

pacity of car, unless the actual scale weight is less, but in

no case will the minimum weight be less than 30,000

17 Emigrant outfit or household goods (as specified in Western

Classification and Arkansas Exceptions thereto), car load;
when released to a valuation of $5.00 per 100 pounds in
case of damage or loss Class "D" rates will apply 20,000

When such shipments are not so released. Class "C"
rates will apply 20,006

When a car load shipment, emigrrant outfit or house-
hold goods, contains horses, mules, cattle, calves, sheep or
hogs, not exceeding ten head, one man in charge may be
passed free.

18 Excelsior, in bales 17,000

19 Flour, straight car load, or when mixed with corn, corn meal.

wheat, bran, grits, hominy, hominy feed, mill feed, oat

meal and rolled oats ^ 24,000

20 Flour and corn meal, in sacks or barrels, and bran mill stuffs

in bags, O. R. of W. W. & D., 10,000 pounds, and less than
20,000 pounds.

21 Flour and com meaL in sacks or barrels, and bran and mill

stuffs in bags, when shipped at O. R. of W. W. & D., 2,000
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Car Loads
Item COMMODITIES. Minimum

No. Weight.

22 Fire brick, fire clay, sewer pipe, drain tile , 20,000

23 Furniture, new, all kinds, classes L.C.L

24 Furniture, new

♦(26) Class "A" rates will apply on all kinds of furni-
ture taking Class "3rd," car load rates in Current Western
Classification, viz.: Furniture frames, straight or mixed
car loads of furniture for which specific rating is not pro-
vided. ,

♦(29) Kitchen cabinets, portable pantries and cup-
boards, refrigerator with or without beer pump attach-
ment inside.

♦(37) Theater seats

16,000

25 Furniture, new. Class "B" rates will apply on furniture taking

"4th" Class car load rates in Current Western Classifica-
tion, viz:

*(19) Bedsteads (wooden not folding beds), extension

bed lounges (not upholstered), and tables, KD 20,000

♦(20) Bedsteads, iron 20.000

♦(21) Chairs, common (complete chairs), cane, leather
or wood seat, not upholstered, but exclusive of chair
frames, upholstered chairs, rattan chairs and settees.... 16,000

•(33) Shool desks and seats 20,000

♦(36) Tables, N.O.S., K.D., and table slides 20,000

26 Furniture, new. Class "C" rates will apply on all furniture

taking *'5th," "A," "B," and "C" Classes in Current
Western Classification, viz: ^(22) chair seats (perforated
wood). •(23) chah- splints (in bales), *(24) cot and mat-
tress frame material. (wood) in the white completely K.
D.; *(27) furniture stock in the rough, sawed to shape in
the white K. D., ^(30) lounge legs, *(32) refrigerator tanks
(cast iron), and ^(34) school desk castings, and •(35) side
bed rails (iron) 20,000

27 Hay and straw, in bales, straight or mixed 17,000

28 Ice (4,000 pounds preservative will be allowed free with each

car of ice) 24,000

29 Iron — Band, bar, boiler, sheet, corrugated,' horse and mule

shoes in kegs, straight or mixed 24,000

30 Iron, scrap and junk, straight or mixed 24,000

Bones, hoofs, horn, bottles, old, empty, that have been
used and moved by collectors of junk, cotton, tie clip-
pings, broken glass, glue stock, oil press cloth, old and
discarded, old rubber and rope, paper scrap (O. R. fire),
scrap metal, brass, copper, lead, zinc, scrap tin, scrap
leather, cotton factory sweepings, viz.: Old strings, old
rope and bagging, scrap bags and cloth ends.

31 Iron — Wire, nails, spikes and hay bale ties, straight or mixed. 24,000

32 Iron — ^Rails and fastenings, for steam, street, logging, mining,

cable or motor cars. Including brakes, bumpers, cable
yokes, car axles, car springs, car wheels, draw bars, frogs,
fish plates, links and pins, spikes, railroad chairs, cross
ties (iron and steel), round house ventilators, nut locks,
semaphone material, splices, splice bolts, tie plates, equal-
izingb ars, coal chute iron, switch bands, trucks, turn

tables or parts of same, straight or mixed 24,000

as Live stock 20,000

1. Under the law of the State of Arkansas, enacted
March 25. 18S9, railroad companies shall, whenever pos-
sible, furnish double deck cars for the transportation of
shipments of hogs and sheep in straight car loads.

2. The charge on such double deck cars of hogs or
sheep shall not be over one-fifth more than is charged by
said companies for a car load of stock other than sheep or
hogs. In case of inability to furnish double deck cars
■When ordered by shippers, such railroad companies shall
transport two single deck cars charging on such car one-
half the rates that would be charged on car load of stock,
other than sheep or hogs.

• Items number In Western Classification No. 30.



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Car Loads

Item COMMQBZTUCS. Minirom&

No. Weight.

The rates pre8cri:bed in this tariff will he vaMd when
shippers execute the proper live stoclc release on the stock
contracts of railroad companies..

In transportation of men in dmrge of shipments of
live stock, car loads, the following rules may be observed:

1. Pass one mam im charge of one car cattle, hogs or
sheep; no return pass.

2. Pass one man each way in charge ot one cw horses
or mules.

3. Pass one man each way in charge pf 2 to 5 cars
of live stock when shipped by same party.

4. Pass two men each way in charge of 6 to 10 cars
of live stock, when shipped by seuxie party.

5. Pass three men each way in charge of 11 or more
cars of live stock, which is the maximum number of men
that will be passed with stock from one shipper on the
same train. The limit for return passes shall be:

For men accompanying horses or mules, not to exceed
25 days.

For meiv accompanying other stock, 20 days.

34 Mattresses, except coiled wire or spiral spring, spring bed and

and spring bed bottoms, coiled wire or spiral spring 10,001

35 Packing house products 20,001

The rates on packing house products will apply on fol-
lowing articles, straight or mixed car loads in ordinary or
refrigerator cars, via.:

Bacon, in bags (or separately incased In canvas), bar-
rels, boxes, casks or crates.

Beef, dried, loose or in sacks (or separately incased in
canvas), boxes, barrels, casks or crates.

Beef, pickled; cracklings, cottolene, grease, im buckets,
tubs, pails or barrels.

Hair, hog's..

Hams and shoulders, In bags (or separately incased in
canvas), boxes, barrels, crates or casks.

Hide and sheep pelts, green.

Intestines, hog and beef» uncleaned, in boxes or bar-
rels.

Lard, in crocks, buckets, boxes, barrels, casks or fn
tank cars.

Lard, leaf, packed or in bulk.

Meats, canned.

Meats, dried or salted, in bags (or separately incased
in canvas), in boxes, barrels, crates, casks or in bulk.

Meats, pickled, in glass, packed in boxes or barrels,
O. R. B. L.

Oleo, oil, in barrel or tierces.

Pigs feet, packed.

Pigs feet, in bulk, to be loaded and unloaded by owner.

Pork, packed.

Sausage, dried. Sausage casings, pickled, in barrels
or kegs.

Sheepskin, trimmings, green.

Sterine, tails.

Tallow, tallow oil.

Tripe, in kegs, barrels or casks.

It is understood that sheepskin trimmings, green, are
points trimmed ofC the sheepskin after it has* been lined,
and consists of the ears, nose, hooks and other "attach-
ments."

36 Pottery and stoneware 20,000

earthenware and stoneware, consisting of chu.ms,
crocks, flower pots. jars, jugs ard other articles manufac-
tured of potter'^ clay, except Are brick. Are clay, sewer
pipe and drain tile.'

37 Stone, per ton of 2,^060; rough stone, sand, gravel and bauxite. 30.000

88 Salt 24 OHQ

39 Wheat, flax seed, hemp seed, millet seed, Hungarian "seed.

seed, broom com seed, pop com and caster beans, cow



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202 Railroad Commission of Arkansas.

C&r I^ockds
Item COMMODITIES. Minfmum

No. WeigKt.

peas, straight or mixed, or mixed with wheat, bran, barley,'

mill feed 24,000

40 Whiskey, wine, and other liquors, in wood, not to exceed 50

cents per gallon and so receipted for O. R. L., any quan-
tity.

41 Limiber— Rates will apply on *the following articles, straight

or mixed car loads: Lumber (except walnut or cherry),
birch, beech, cottonwood, cypress, cedar, gum, maple, elm,
rosewood lumber, oak, ash or hickory, box lumber, fence
posts, wooden paving blocks, telegraph and telephone

poles, lath, saw logs and stave bolts 30,000

Shingles. 24.000

42 Staves, headings, rough shapes for implements and vehicles.. 80,000



APPLICATION OF RATES.

Rule 1. The rates prescribed in this tarilHf shall apply on
shipments transported over a single line of railroad or over
two or more lines of railroad not under the same management
and control, whose trafBc arrangements permit or provide that
their joint rates shall be on continuous mileage.

Rule 2. Two or more routes of railroad operating be-
tween shipping point and destination, the lowest rate ap-
plicable by any one of such routes may be adopted by the
other routes interested without affecting rates at intermedi-
ate points.

CANNED GOODS.

SUGAR, MOLASSES AND RICE.

Fifth Class car loads and Fourth Class less car loads to
govern, but not to exceed from jobbing point within the State,
rates in effect on ihe same commodity from interstate points
to the point of shipment from such jobbing center.

APPLES AND VEGETABLES.
(not canned goods.)

Beets, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cucuml^ers^
eggplant, grapes, green corn, horseradish, melons, onions,
onion sets, oyster plant, parsnips, potatoes, pumpkins, rad-
ishes, tomatoes, turnips, dried or evaporated apples and
peaches, dried beans, green beans, dried peas, green peas,
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Railroad Commission of Arkansas. 203

mixed, or when mixed with vinegar, Class **C'' rates car loads
and Fourth Class rate less car loads shall apply.

Note— Straw not to exceed 1,500 pounds will be allowed
free as a preservative with each car load shipment of apples
and vegetables.

EMPTY BEER PACKAGES RETURNED.

Beer packages, empty, including empty beer bottles, in
barrels or boxes, returned to point of shipment, minimum
weight of shipments, loaded in refrigerator cars, 15,000
pounds. In other kinds of cars 20,000 pounds shall be charged
^ Class **E" rates, with a maximum charge of 7 cents per
hundred pounds, and a minimum charge of $5.00 per car load.

MINIMUM CHARGE.

No shipment, however small, will be taken for less than
100 pounds, at the rate under which it is classed. Should it
contain two or more classes of freight, the higher class rate
for 100 pounds will be charged. A shipment classified at
higher than First Class will be charged as 100 pounds, at
First Class rate, unless it amounts to more at regular rates,
actual weight.

No shipment will be taken for less than 25 cents.

Where the rates or rules in this tarijHf conflict with the
Western Classification and the Arkansas exceptions thereto,
this tariff will govern.

When current class rates are lower than the commodity
rates prescribed in this tariff, such class rates shall govern.

When the class rates car loads and less car loads and com-
modities, car loads, and less car loads, now in effect from
jobbing centers to local points, and between jobbing points
and other points within the State are lower than the rates
prescribed in this tariff, such lower rates shall govern.

SWITCHING CHARGES.

The reasonable maximum charge for switching loaded
cars to warehouses, elevators and industries, between connect-
ing lines at all points within ihe State of Arkansas, shall not
exceed :



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240 Railroad Commission of Arkansas.

3. At all junction points and connections of carriers^
where railroad companies, by agreement, either express or
implied, are charging for switching less than the above maxi^
miim, they shall continue to maintain such express or implied
agreement for switching until otherwise ordered by the Com-
mission.

5. Switching includes the hauling of loaded cars from
station yards, side tracks, elevators or warehouses to the junc-
tion of other railroads when not billed from stations on its
own road to said junctions, and from junction of other rail-
roads to the stations, side tracks, elevators and warehouses
situated on the tracks owned or controlled by the railroad
company doing said switching; it is that transfer charge or-
dinarily made for moving loaded cars for short distances for
which no regular way bill is made, and which do not move
between two regular established stations on the same road«



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RaileoaT) Commission op Arkansas. ^i

Office op
Railroai) Commission op Arkansas*

LOCAL DISTANCE TARIFF NO. 2-ARK.
(Cancels Local Distance Tariff No. l-Ark., March 27, 1901.)

APPLYING ON

CLASSES AND COMMODITIES

BETWEEN

ALL STATIONS IN ARKANSAS

ON THE

LOUISIANA & NORTHWEST RAILROAD COMPANY,

Governed by the Western Classification, subject to the Classi-
fication of Merchandise as adopted by the Railroad Com-
mission of Arkansas, except as otherwise specified herein.

prepared by

THE RAILROAD COMMISSION OF ARKANSAS,

Issued May 4, 1901. Effective as Noted Herein.

Little Rock, Ark., May 4, 1901.

Effective June 5, 1901 :

The following schedule of rates, as shown in seetfoois 1
and 2 of this Tariff, shall govern in the application of rates
locally between all stations on the Louisiana & Nortkwest
Railroad Company in Arkansas.

Cancels all tariffs of rates now in force and operative
locally between stations in Arkansas.



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Following are stations on the Louisiana & Northwest
Railroad :

6 miles from McNeil, Ark. (Junction.)
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Magnolia Ark.

Emerson **

State Line ... - **
Haynesville . . - La.

Homer ''

Athens ''

Gibsland ''

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SECTION 1-TABLE OF RATES.



SECTION 2-TABLE OF RATES.



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13
14



Cli



Cli Cli



Cli



Cli



5 and under

10 and over 51

IB " " 10

2Q ** " 15

25 . " " 20

30 " " ...^ 25



12%
12%
12%
12%
12%
12%



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f 4%



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Railroad Commission of Arkansas.





I


lates in Cents per 100 Pounds (excepjt as noted).


Between

All Stations In

Arkansas.




Commodities.




8


9


10


11


12


13


14




il

il

CL


Com, Rye, Oats,
Barley, Bran,
Grain, Screen-
ings, eta




ill


Per Ton of
2,000 Lbs.


Distance— MUes.






CL


LCL.


CL


LCL


CL LCL


CL CL CL


6 and under...
10 and over.. 5
16 " " ..10
20 *' " ..16
26 " •' ..20
30 " " ..26




4


8

10
12
13
14
15


6

7
7
7
7
8


8

10
12
13
14
16


7 14

7 16

8 16

9 18


30 30 30
30 30 80
80 30 30
30 30 30
30 80 30
30 30 30



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Rates in cents per 100 Lbs. (except as noted).






Commodities.






Between










AU Stations in




,












Arkansas.


Item No. 23.


24


25


26


27




Furniture


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s




LCL


gcQ


SB


fo"^


^




LCI


- LCL


CL


CL


CL


CL


LCL


5 and under


15


13


11


10


8


6


5


5


11


10 and over 5


17


15


13


11


9


7


6


5


13


15 *' " 10


18
20


16
18


14
16


12
14


10
11


8
8


6
6


5
5


13


20 '• " 15


13


25 " " 20


22


20


18


16


12


9


7


6


13


30 " " 25


24


22


19


16


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