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Rates established from points on La. W. R. R. and M. L. & T. R. R.
& S. S. Co. to Opelousas and to New Orleans, any cotton to be com-
pressed at Lafayette. Order No. 386. Issued September 3, 1904.

Rates via Red River Line, from all landings on Red River below
Alexandria to New Orleans, advanced 50 cents per bale. Order No.
398. Issued October 8, 1904.

Rate of 80 cents per bale, 535 pounds, from all points on East La.
Railroad to New Orleans established. Order No. 417. Issued December
21, 1904.

N. O. & N. E. R. R. and East Louisiana Railroad granted permis-
sion to cancel rates on cotton in sacks from points on East Louisiana
Railroad to New Orleans. Order No. 422. Issued February 17, 1905.

Rate of $2.00 per bale on cotton from Bastrop and Mer Rouge to
New Orleans established. Order No. 431. Issued February 17, 1905.



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N. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Having provided satisfactory facilities for
handling- cotton to and from the compress at Rayville, concentration
rates are established. Order No. 465. Issued November 10, 1905.

The Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. required to cancel rates from points on
Natchitoches Branch to New Orleans, with privilege of compressing at
Alexandria, and establish rates from such points to New Orleans, with
privilege of compressing at Natchitoches. Order No. 506. Issued April
16, 1906.

Petition of Webb Compress Ca (vs. T. & P. Ry. Co.) In re. com-
pressing cotton at nearest compress point, dismissed. Order No. 510.
Issued April 16, 1906.

Petition of V., S. & P. Ry. Co. for readjustment of rates on cotton
dismissed, all points at issue being covered in petition subsequently
filed by Monroe Progressive League. Order No. 541. Issued July 10,
1906.

Complaint and petition of Monroe Progressive League vs. V., S. &
P. Ry. Co. in the matter of readjustment of rates on cotton, dismissed,
all points at issue being covered by petition of Monroe Progressive
League subsequently filed. Order No. 542. Issued July 10, 1906.

A mileage tariff of rates on cotton, showing gross rate, refund and
net rate, applying to all compress points on the V., S. & P. Ry., adopted.
Order No. 546. Issued August 2, 1906.

Rate of 35 cents per bale on cotton, flat, established for T. & P.
Ry. Co. from Gloster to Shreveport. Order No. 599. Issued November
9, 1906.

Rates on cotton (advance) from Columbia to New Orleans. Petition
denied and dismissed. Order No. 622. Issued January 7, 1907.

M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. et al. Concentration rates on cotton
at Opelousas ordered established. Order No. 769. Issued September
13, 1907.

N. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Rates on cotton to Rayville. Denied and
dismissed. Order No. 784. Issued October 31, 1907.

Rates on cotton to Rayville. N. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Denied.
Order No. 784. Issued October 31, 1907.

Cotton. Unreasonable and excessive rates on. Webster Parish
Farmers' Warehouse & Cotton Yard Co. vs. La. & Ark. Ry. Co. Rate of
11.25 per bale established from Goldonna to Springhill station, inclusive,
to Sibley. Order No. 843.

Rates on cotton from points on Natchitoches Branch of T. & P. Ry.
to New Orleans. Adjusted and case dismissed. Order No. 983. Issued
February 26, 1909.

Concentration charges on cotton at Monroe. V., S. & P. required to
eliminate objectionable portions of tariffs referring to limitation as to
time of repayment. Order No. 1045. Issued July 29, 1909.

Changing basis of rates on cotton from "rates per bale" to "rates
per 100 pounds," T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1204. (Amended by Orders
Nos. 1204-A and 1204-B.) Issued October 28, 1910.



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Changing basis of rates on cotton from "rates per bale" to "rates
per 100 pounds." T. & P. Ry. Order No. 1204 -A. (Amending Order No.
1204.) (Amended by Order No. 1204-B.) Issued November 15, 1910.

Changing basis of rates on cotton from "rates per bale" to "rates
per 100 pounds." T. & P. Ry. Order No. 1204-B. (Amending Orders
Nos. 1204 and 1204-A.) Issued December 21, 1910.

Cancellation of Amendment No. 4 to Authority No. 6503, relative to
compressing cotton at Bunkie, La., and other points. Cancellation or-
dered. T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1308. Issued September 22, 1911.

Rates on cotton from points on G., C. & S. F. Ry. to New Orleans.
Rates established. Order No. 1314. (Cancelled by Order No. 132i.)
Issued September 22, 1911.

Rates on cotton from points on G., C. & S. F. Ry. to New Orleans.
Rates established. Order No. 1321. (Cancels Order No. 1314, amended
by Order No. 1321-A.) Issued October 26, 1911.

Rates on cotton from points on G., C. & S. F. Ry. to New Orleans.
Order No. 1321-A. (Amends Order No. 1321 by making rate apply on
cotton, any quantity.) Issued October 26, 1911.

Rates on cotton from points on H. & S. R. R. to New Orleans.
H. & S. R. R. Co. et al. Rates established. Order No. 1322. Issued
October 26, 1911.

Rates on cotton from L. & N. AV. points to Natchitoches. Estab-
lished. Order No. 1387. Issued February 29, 1912.

Rates on cotton from points on H. & S. R. R. to New Orleans.
Order No. 1440. Issued July 25, 1912.

Application for authority to readjust rates on cotton and cotton
linters when to be compressed at Alexandria and Mansura. L. R. & N.
Co., T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1609. Issued August 13, 1913.

Compressing cotton in transit at Alexandria originating at points
on the Natchitoches Branch. T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1774. Issued
July 29, 1914.

Compressing cotton in transit. Through rates on. L. & A. Ry. Co.
and T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1777. Issued July 29. 1914.

In the matter of rates on cotton to, from and through Alexandria.
St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Co., T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1780. Issued July
30, 1914.

Rates on cotton, from, to and through Alexandria. C, R. I. & P.
Ry. Co.. T. & P. Ry. Co. and N. O., T. & M. R. R. Co. Order No. 1792.
Issued September 23, 1914.

Rates on cotton from points on Rock Island into Alexandria.
C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. Rates established. Order No. 1843. Issued Decem-
ber 16, 1914.

Cotton Piece Goods (see Cotton).

Cotton in Sacks (see Cotton.)

Cotton Seed and Cotton Seed Products.

Mileage rates established on cotton seed, between points on V., S. &
P. Ry. Order No. 27. Issued October 18. 1899. (Cancelled by Order
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Mileage rates established for transportation of cotton seed bet\^ecn
stations on V., S. & P. Ry. Order No. 58. Issued March 26, 1900.

Switching charge of 25 cents per ton established, applying on
cotton seed from boat landing at Alexandria to Oil Mills, for T. & P. Ry.
Order No. 154. Issued May 23, 1901.

Rates on cotton seed for planting purposes, established for all
railroads in I^ouisiana. Order No. 155. Issued May 23, 1901.

Petition of Stewart & Haas for reduction in rates on delinted cotton
seed denied. Order No. 180. Issued November 20, 1901.

New Orleans Board of Trade vs. Louisiana Car Service Association.
Extension of free time limit. Request refused. (Exception made in
Order No. 312.) Order No. 186. Issued January 27, 1902.

Rates on cotton seed on mileage basis adopted for Y. & M. V. R. R.
and L C. R. R. Order No. 221. Issued August 13, 1902.

Mileage rates on cotton seed, carloads, between points on V., S. &
P. Ry. established. Order No. 231. Issued November 19, 1902.

Concentration rates authorized on cotton seed concentrated at the
Oil Mills at Shreveport. Order No. 296. Issued September 80, 1903.

T. & P. Ry. Co. allowed to cancel special rates on cotton seed be-
tween points on their line. Mileage rates to be applied. Mileage tariff
for Port Allen Branch established. Order No. 322. Issued December
17, 1903.

La. Ry. & Nav. Co. rates out of Alexandria, twenty miles and under,
must not exceed rates out of Shreveport for same distances. Order No.
336. Issued November 10, 1904. (See Order No. 374.)

Petition of M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. for permission to cancel
all special rates and apply mileage rates denied. Order No. 358. Issued
June 17, 1904.

Petition of Longl)ridge Cotton Seed Oil Co. for readjustment of
rates for transportation of cotton seed from points on the T. & P. Ry.
to Longbridge, having been amicably adjusted, case dismissed. Order
No. 359. Issued June 17, 1904.

Concentration rates into Shreveport and Alexandria allowed. Order
No. 374. Issued August 10, 1904.

Rates on cotton seed oil, in tanl< cars, from Breaux Bridge to
New Orleans, via M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. established. Order No.
395. Issued October 8, 1904.

Rates of 10 cents per 100 pounds restored from points on L. & N. W.
R. R. via v., S. & "P. Ry., to Monroe and Shreveport. Order No. 404.
Issued November 15, 1904. (Cancelled by Order No. 425.)

Petition of Standard Cotton Seed Oil Co., Ltd., vs. T. & P. Ry. Co.
to revise and readjust rates. Commission will prepare a mileage rate,
and a hearing will be granted on proposed tariff at subsequent session.
Order No. 406. Lssued November 15, 1904.

Rehearing on Order No. 404. (^rder '^o. 404 cancelled and joint
through rates fixed from points on L. & ..'. W. R. R. to Monroe and
Shreveport at 10 per cent less than the sum of the locals. Refund of
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Commission considered the adoption of uniform mileage rates. After
hearing and mature deliberation it was thought proposed adoption
would seriously disorganize industries involved. Order No. 457. Issued
July II, 1905.

Application of Longbridge Cotton Oil Co. vs. T. & P. Ry. Co. for
establishment of mileage rates on cotton seed and cotton seed prod-
ucts granted. Order No. 484. Issued December 13, 1905. (Affirmed
by Order No. 489.)

Rehearing on Order No. 484. Affirmed. Order No. 489. Issued
January 9, 1906. (This order and Order No. 484 contested in the Federal
Court, and there pending.)

Rates on cotton seed, carloads, to Alexandria, from stations on^the
1^. & Ark. Ry. established. Order No. 584. Issued October 12, 1906.

Rates on cotton seed, carloads, established from points on K. C. S.
Ry. to Mansfteld and Shreveport, with refund. Order No. 606. Issued
November 9, 1906.

Complaint of Red River Oil Co. vs. I^a. R. & Nav. Co., alleging dis-
criminations in rates on cotton seed into Alexandria, dismissed. Order
So. 611. Issued December 4, 1906. (Rescinded by Order No. 623.)

Order No. 611 is rescinded. The La. Ry. & Nav. Co. is ordered to
discontinue discrimination in rates against Alexandria. Order No. 623.
Issued January 10, 1907.

La. & N. W. R. R. Co. et al. Rate of 15 cents established. Order
No. 690. Issued April 25, 1907.

X. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Rates on cotton seed between points on
this railroad and Monroe, adjusted. Dismissed. Order No. 754. Issued
September 13, 1907.

v., S. & P.' Ry. Co., C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. On and after October
1, 1907, defendant companies are required to reduce rate on cotton
seed, carloads, to $3.00 per ton. Order No. 767. Issued September
13, 1907.

La. Ry. & Nav. Co., L. & X. AV. R. R. Co. Rates on cotton seed,
carloads, established. Order No. 775. Issued September 13, 1907.

T. & P. Ry. Co., L. & N. W. R. R. Co. Joint rates on cotton seed,
carloads, established. Order X'o. 776. Issued September 13, 1907.

For planting. C. L, and Jj. C. L. rates established. Effective Feb-
ruary 1 to June 15, each year. Order X'^o. 962. Issued January 27, 1909.
Cotton seed and fertilizer. Applitation of K., G. & S. W. R. R. Co.
to readjust rates on from New Orleans to points on line granted in so
far as concerns fertilizer — denied on cotton seed. Order Xo. 1003. Issued
April 15, 1909.

Cotton seed, rates on, from points on L. R. & N. line via L. & N.
W. R. R. to Natchitoches. Rates established on complaint of Natchi-
toches Cotton Oil Co. Order No. 993. Issued April 15, 1909.

Cotton seed, L. C. L. and C. L., sacked for planting. Rates estab-
lished, effective February 1 to June 15, each year. Order No. 962. Issued
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Maximum rates on cotton seed established. Order No. 1506. Issued
January 16, 1913.

Rates on cotton and cotton seed. S., L. B. & S. Ry. Co. Order
No. 1610. Issued August 13, 1913.

Rates on cotton seed, carloads, between points on defendant's line
in Louisiana. M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co., La. W., and I. & V. R. R.
Order No. 162.5. Issued October 21, 1913.

Cotton seed rates. New Orleans to Lafayette parish stations of
M. L. & T. Refused. Order No. 1669. Issued January 27, 1914.

Application for readjustment of rates on cotton seed between points
on its line in Louisiana. L. R. & N. Co. Granted. Order No. 1792. Is-
sued September 23, 1914.

Application for readjustment of rates on cotton seed between points
on its line in Louisiana. L. R. & N. Co. Granted. Order No. 1793. Is-
sued September 23, 1914.

Application for readjustment of rates on cotton seed between points
on its line in Louisiana. L. R. & N. Co. Order No. 1805. Cancelling
Order No. 1793. Issued October 23, 1914.

Mixing cotton seed hulls and cotton seed meal in carloads and
rates in connection therewith. T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1816. Issued
November 24, 1914.

Rates on cotton seed and cotton seed linters between stations on
the v., S. & P. established. Order No. 1850. Issued December 17, 1914.

Cotton Seed Oil (see Oils).
Covers for Seats.

Covers, linen, for upholstered seats in coaches. Louis Ochs vs.
Railroads in Louisiana. Dismissed. Order No. 903.

Linen covers for upholstered seats. Petition denied. Order No
1046. Issued September 30, 1909.

Seats, linen covers for. Petition denied. Order No. 1046. Issued
September 30, 1909.

Linen covers on backs and cushions of plush seats on passenger
coaches ordered in. Order No. 1474. Issued October 17, 1912.

Linen covers on backs of plush seats in passenger coaches. Order
No. 1509. Issued February 20, 1913. Cancelling Order No. 1474.

Crossings.

Proceedings against the St. L. S. W. Ry. Co. for violations of rules
. relative to crossings at public highways dismisesd, as, upon Commis-
sion's suggestions, crossings were put in proper condition. Order No.
412. Issued November 15, 1904.

Petition of K. C. S. Ry. Co. vs. La. West. R. R. Co. for order re-
quiring defendants to allow crossings over tracks in City of Lake
Charles, dismissed. Order No. 479. Issued November 10, 1905.

The Y. & M. V. R. R. Co. Order to repair public road crossings at
McManus. Order No. 491. Issued January 9, 1906.



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A railroad company shall have the right with Its railroad to inter-
sect, connect with, or cross any other railroad operated In Louisiana.
Order No. 499. Issued February 19, 1906.

Petition of Haas & Lyle, asking that the Texas & Pacific Rail-
way Co. be required to raise its grade over Bayou Boeuf so as to in-
crease height of clearance over public road, denied, as the Commission
considers the clearance ample. Order No. 558. Issued October 10, 1906.

La. Ry. & Nav. Co. Company required to put public crossings In
good condition in Avoyelles parish. Order No. 699. Issued April 25,
1907.

Crossing logging roads without stopping trains. St. L., I. M. ^-
S. Ry. Order No. 1165. Issued June 30, 1910.

Crossing locrging roads and cane spurd without stopping trains.
L. R. ^ N. Co. Granted. Order No. 1180. Issued July 28, 1910.

Crossing logging and short railroads without stopping trains. Jj. R.
& N. Co. Granted. Order No. 1180. Issued July 28, 1910.

Crossing logging and short railroads without stopping trains.
Granted. K. C. S. Ry. Order No. 1186. Issued September 30, 1910.

Crossing over logging and other short line railroads without stop-
ping trains. C, R. I. & P. R. R. Granted. Order No. 1189. Issued
September 30, 1910.

Crossings. Stopping- trains at Garyville. L. R. & N. Ordered 'to
stop. Order No. 1200. Issued October 28, 1910.

Crossings. Private road crossings over tracks near Lafourche. De-
nied. M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. Order No. 1225. Issued January
10, 1911.

Public road crossings, Parish of East Baton Rouge. Ordered re-
paired by L. R. & N. Co. Order No. 1396. Issued April 10, 1912.

In the matter of opening crossing in the town of Bernice. C, R. I. &
P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1648. Lssued December 2. 1913.

Damage to Baggage (see Baggage).

Decisions, Orders and Rehearings.

Decisions and orders efiPective after ten judicial days have elapsed
from the day they are rendered, etc.

This rule shall not apply to orders imposing fines or penalties for
violations of rules or orders of the Commission. All orders imposing
such fines and penalties shall become immediately operative and en-
forceable. Order No. 498. Issued February 19, 1906. (Cancels con-
flicting rules.)

Delays in Shipments.
M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. Investigation shows delays were caused
by quarantine regulations and service improved thereafter. Case dis-
missed. Order No. 508. Issued April 16, 1906.

Pacific Express Company. Delay in shipment. Dismissed. Order
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v., S. & P. Ry. Co. and C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. Delays in ship-
ments to stations on C, R. I. & P. Ry. Dismissed. Order No. 744.
Issued July 24, 1907.

Delivery of Money Packages by Express. (See Also ''Express
Rates and Service/')

Bank of Boyce vs. PaciJic Express Co. Plaintiffs must have a
representative to meet trains upon which they expect money ship-
ments and receipt for same when the train is on time, or not more
than one hour late. Otherwise, the express company should hold the
money package in their custody until such time as they may make
delivery w^ithout unnecessary hazard. Order No. 502. Issued February
20, 1906.

Depots, Stations and Facilities.

Depot at Abbington. Granted. T. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1813.
Issued November 24, 1914.

Abney, flag station. N. O. & G. N. R. R. Co. allowed to discontinue.
Order No. 874. Issued April 29, 1908.

Albany. Depot facilities provided by Y. & M. V. R. R. Co. and com-
plaint dismissed. Order No. 972. Issued January 27, 1909.

Alberta. La. & Ark. Ry. Co. Petition for depot denied and- dis-
missed. Order No. 655. Issued March 19, 1907.

Alexandria. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry., T. & P. Ry. Co. et als. Said com-
panies required to build depot, work to begin on same within six
months from date of order. Order No. 659. Issued March 19, 1907.
(Time extended by Order No. 808.)

Depot and agency at Alma. C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. Order No. 1656.
Lssued December 3, 1913.

Alexandria. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Co. and T. & P. Ry. Co. Time
within which to build extended. Order No. 80S. Issued October 31,
1907. (Amending Order No. 659.)

Alexandria. I^. & Ark. Ry. Co. Plans approved April 25, 1907.
Order No. 700. Issued Appl 25, 1907.

Alexandria. Depot facilities ordered. Order No. 1337. Issued De-
cember 21, 1911.

Alma. Petition to require Rock Island lines to build depot at Alma
dismissed. Adequate facilities have been provided. Order No. 1021.
Issued May 27, 1909.

Ama. Flag station established for local trains. M. I^. & T. R. ii. &
S. S. Co. One train each way per day. Rehearing granted; order held
in abeyance. Order No. 915. Issued October 8, 1908.

Amesville. Flag station discontinued for trains Nos. 53 and 54, T. &
P, Ry. Co. Order No. 999. Issued April 15, 1909.

Antonia. Passenger pagoda ordered. Order No. 1281. Issued July
27, 1911.

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Atlanta. Rebuilding depot at. Citizens of Atlanta vs. L. R. & N. Co.
Defendant company required within ninety days to rebuild depot at
Atlanta and place an agent In charge. Order No. 886.

Atlanta. Extending time for building depot at. Citizens of Atlanta
vs. L. R. & X. Co. Defendants granted until October 29, 1908, to re-
build depot at Atlanta. Order No. 893.

Avondale. Holding ijasscnger trains at. Sol. Miller vs. M. L. & 1.
R. R. & S. S. Co. Dismissed. Order No. 879.

Azucena. M., H. & L. R. R. Co. Order to build a standard freight
and passenger depot within ninety days from date of this order. Order
Xo. 426. Issued February 27, 1903.

Azucena. Correcting Order X'o. 426. Order Xo. 439. Issued April
19, 1905. (Amending Order No. 426.)

Baskin. X. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Ordered to build a suitable
freight warehouse within thirty days. Order No. 423. Issued February
17, 1905.

Baskin. N. O. & N. W. R. R. Co. Ordered to build depot. Order
Xo. 1123. Issued March 23. 1910.

Baskin. Time extended for building depot. Order Xo. 1161. Issued
June 30, 1910.

Baton Rouge. Y. & M. V. R. R. Co. Having acquiesced in peti-
tion, case is dismissed. Order Xo. 357. Issued June 17, 1904.

Depot at Baton Rouge. L. R. & X. Go. Depot ordered built. Order
Xo. 1716. Issued April 28, 1914.

Baton Rouge. Depot at. L. R. & X. Ordered built. Order Xo.
1744. (Amending Order Xo. 1716.) Issued June 10, 1914.

Baxter. Flag station at. Citizens of East Baton Rouge Parish vs.
L. R. & X. Co. Denied. Order Xo. 836.

Bayou Sara. Y. & M. V. R. R. Co. The Commission is without
jurisdiction over the naming of depots, and cannot require a railroad
company to change the name of a depot. (Opinion of Attorney General
quoted.) Order Xo. 585. Issued October 11, 1906.

Bayou Sara. Standard depot ordered to be built by L. R. & N. Co.
before June 30, 1909. Agent to be placed in charge when completed.
Order No. 965. Issued January 27, 1909.

Belcher. Request of citizens of Rush Point refused. Order No. 15.
Issued October 13, 1899. (See also Orders Nos. 54, 109, 158, and 168.)

Belcher. Rehearing on Orders Nos. 15 and 54. Freight room ordered
built within thirty days from the date of this order at Belcher. Order
No. 109. Issued September 21, 1900.

Belcher. Standard depot ordered built within ninety days from
date of this order. Order No. 158. Issued May 23, 1901.

Belcher. T. & P. Ry. Co. Granted an extension of ninety days to
comply with Commission's order. Order No. 168. Issued August 21,
1901.

l.iiie Chasse. N. O., S. & G. I. R. R. Co. Order No. 1666. Issued
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Bell City. La. West. R. R. Co. required to establish flag station,
and to build a standard passenger pagoda, within thirty days from
date of this order. Order No. 512. Issued May 16, 1906.

Bell City. L. W. R. R. Co. required to erect combination depot at
Bell City. Rescinded by Order No. 1043. Order No. 1014. Issued May
27, 1909.

Bell City. Order No. 1014, requiring L. W. R. R. Co. to build depot
at that point rescinded. Order No. 1043. Issued July 29, 1909.

Benson. K. C. S. Ry. Co. Ordered to build depot within sixty
days from date of this order. Order No. 24. Issued October 18, 1899.

Bentley. Plans for depot approved. Louisiana & Arkansas Ry. Co.,
ex parte. Order No. 957.

Berry. Changing stop from Berry to Pico. N. O. G. N. R. R. Co
Order No. 1568. Issued May 27, 1913.

Berry Station. Application for discontinuance. N. O. G. N. Denied.
Order No. 1360. Issued February 1, 1912.

Berwick. M. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co. Ordered to build standard
depot within sixty days from date of order. Order No. 81. Issued
August 2, 1900. (Contested in State Court and decided by Supreme
Court o^ Louisiana in favor of Commission.)

Bienville. I>a. & N. W. R. R. Co. Ordered to make repairs at
Bienville, seats, ice water and closets at Homer. Order No. 76. Issued
June 29, 1900.

Bienville. L. & N. W. R. R. Co. This company having providevl
sufficient facilities for accommodation of patrons, case is dismissed.
Order No. 594. Issued November 9, 1906.

Bienville. L. & N. W. R. R. Co. Ordered to build new depot within
ninety days. Order No. 812. Issued November 21, 1907. (Sixty days
additional time granted.)

Black River. Natchez & Western Ry. Co. Plans approved and
depot ordered huilt. Order No. 685. Issued » April 25, 1907.

Bossier City. V., S. & P. Ry. Co., L. R. & N. Co. and St. L. Swn.



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