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SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



CORPORATION COMMISSION



OF THE



STATE OF OKLAHOMA



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FH3R THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914



PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO AUTHORITY AND REQUIREMENT OP SECTION
ART. IX OF THE CONSTITUTION OF OKLAHOMA



OKLAHOMA CFTY
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CORPORATION COMMISSION
OF OKLAHOMA



J. E. LOVE, Chairman

♦A. p. WAT50N GEORGE A. HENSHAW

J. H. HYDE, Secretary

CO-OPCItATIVK PUIUSNINC CO.. 6UTHKIC« OKLA.



MAY 2 8 1917



♦Succeded by W. D. HUMPHREY, Aprtl 26, 1915



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Letter of Transmittal



To the Honorable E. L. Williams, Governor of Oklahoma :

We transmit herewith the Seventh Annual Report of the Corpora-
tion Commission of the State of Oklahoma, for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1914, as required by law.

This report contains a summary of all orders issued by the Com-
mission to Jtily 1, 1914, the opinions and orders of the Commission
for the period from June 30, 1913, to July 1, 1914, a partial list of
the informal complaints handled by the Commission, and other matters
of general interest.

LEGISLATION.

Section 25, Article IX of the Constitution, provides that the
Commission may recommend from time to time new and additional
legislation. Specific recommendations will be made in a later report,
which will be issued sometime prior to the convening of the next
legislature.

TWO CENT PABE LITIGATION AND OTHER MATTERS.

Among the matters of general interest during the period from
July 1, 1913, to June 30, 1914, may be mentioned the two cent passen-
ger fare cases, the telephone refund case, the commodity freight rate
cases, and the express rate cases.

TWO CENT PASSENGER PARE CASES :

At the beginning of the fiscal year of 1914 the two cent passenger
fare was reinstated by stipulation between the Attorney General and
the five railroads litigating the rate in the Federal Court. The decision
of the United States Supreme Court in the Minnesota and other rate
oases, decided in June, 1913, had destroyed the extra cost revenue
basis on which the Oklahoma injunctions were issued, and the railroads,
pending final settlement of the Oklahoma litigation, reinstated the
two cent rate. In January, 1914, the court was asked to dissolve the
temporary injunctions on the ground that the basis for them had been
destroyed. The court held that in the original bills there was pro-
vision for the offering of further grounds for the applications, and that
the bills should not 'be dismissed. Since this decision both the state
and the railroads have been busy preparing for the trial of the cases.



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TELEPHONE REFUND CASE:

In October, 1913, the Supreme Court affirmed the order of the
Commission imposing a fine against the Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph
Company for violation of Order No. 101. This case grew out of an
attempt on the part of the telephone company to effect an increase in
subscribers' rates in Oklahoma City, under the provisions of a franchise
ordinance granted to the city prior to statehood, without first securing
the authority of the Commission as required by Order No. 101. The
court sustained the action of the Commission and the company was
compelled to pay to the Commission for distribution to the telephone
subscribers the sum of $61,336.69.

COMMODITY FREIGHT RATE tiASES:

Pursuant to settlement by agreement of the Oklahoma commodity
freight rate cases in the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, the Commission
was at work throughout the year refunding to shippers the excess
collected while these cases were pending. The aggregate of these
refunds will be approximately $400,000. The refunding of this amount
is necessarily slow because the Commission is doing this work with its
(regular force which has for a good portion of the time been engaged
almost exclusively in the two cent passenger rate case.

EXPRESS RATE CASES:

As stated in our last annual report, the Commission succeeded
in establishing a reduction of from 20 to 25 per cent, in express rates,
and there is now due the shippers of Oklahoma in excess of $500,000 in
express refunds. Under jurisdiction conferred upon the Commission by
»the legislature of 1913 an order for this refund has been made. The
express companies against which it is directed have filed an application
in the United States District Court for an injunction against the
enforcement of this order and the matter is now pending in that court.
The express companies have offered to compromise the case by putting
into effect the rate schedule established by the Interstate Commerce
Commission and refunding to Oklahoma shippers the difference between
the rates collected and the interstate scale.

Respectfully submitted,

CORPORATION COMMISSION,
J. E. LovB,

Chairman.
Geo. a. Henshaw,

Commissioner.
W. D. Humphrey,

Commissioner.



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Financial Statement



I, J. E. Love, chairman of the Corporation Commission of the State
of Oklahoma, do hereby certify that the following is a full, true and
correct statement of appropriations and expenditures made for and by
the said Commission for account the fiscal year ended June 30, 1914 :



Acct.
No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.



Designation
Salary — Commissioners ,

Salary — Secretary

Salary— Corp. Eec. Clk.



Salary — Expert Accountant-,

Salary — Rate Expert

Salary— Tariff Expert

Salary — ^Law & Ex. Clerk

Salary — Telephone Eng'r.

Salary — Engineer

Salary — Ass't. Engineer 1,500.00



Appropria-
tion.
„$12.000.00
, 2,000.00
- 2,000.00
2,500.00
3,600.00
1,800.00
2,500.00
2,200.00
2,750.00



Salary — Draftsman
Salary— Profile Clerk.
Salary— Clerk



1,800.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
2,500.00
1,500.00
1,350.00
1,350.00
1,200.00
1,020.00

Salary— Stenographer 1,020.00

Salary— Stenographer 1,020.00

Salary— Marshal 1,200.00

Salary— Nightwatchman 900.00



Salary — Clerk _

Salary — ^Auditor

Salary — ^Ass't. Accountant .

Salary — Reporter

Salary — ^Reporter

Salary — Official Stenog —
Salary — Stenographer



Expendi-
tures. Reverted.

$12,000.00 $

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,500.00

3,493.55 106.45

1,800.00

2,500.00

2,062.50 137.50

2,750.00

1,500.00

1,800.00

1,020.00 ,

1,011.50 8.50

1,020.00

2,500.00

1,500.00

1,350.00

1,350.00 ^

1,200.00

935.00 85.00

1,020.00

1,020.00

1,200.00

900.00



25.
26.
27.
28.
29.



Total Salaries

Court Expenses
Postage



^$50,770.00 $50,432.55 $ 337.45



Tel., Tel. & Express

Investigation & Inspect^n

Filing and preparing cases
before I. C. C.



.$ 5,000.00
. 2,000.00
1,200.00
1,500.00



$ 1,757.19

1,600.00

768.65

1,058.46



$ 3,242.81
400.00
431.35
441.54



2,500.00 2,123.85 376.15



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Acct. Appropria- Expendi-

No. Designation tion. tures. Beverted

30. Publication of Orders 150.00 114.75 35.25

31. Office Supps. & Extra Help.« 7,500.00 6,473.42 1,026.58



Total other than Salaries. $19,850.00 $13,896.32 $ 5,953.68



Total Accounts 1-31 -$70,620.00 $64,328.87 $ 6,291.13

♦32. Defense 2 cent fare case .$25,000.00 $ 5,259.46 $19,740.54



Grand Total $95,620.00 $69,588.33 $ 6,291.13



* — NOTE — This appropriation became available Oct. 5, 1913, and
the balance shown in third column did not reveri; at June 30, 1914,
but will remain available until Jan. 12, 1916. This balance, is, there-
fore, not included in the grand total of third column.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused to be affixed the seal of the said Commission, this the 27th
day of July, 1915.
(SEAL) J. E. LOVE,

Chairman.
ATTEST :

J. H. HYDE,
Secretary.



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Summary of Orders Issued by the Commission
Since Its Organization



u
OBDER NO. 1. — Relating to filing tariflCs, classifications, freight. —

Cancelled. ^

ORDER NO. 2. — Requiring the filing of contracts, etc. — Effective.
ORDER NO. 3. — ^Relating to filing of statement of mileage, etc. — ^

Effective.
ORDER NO. 4. — Relating to bulletining trains, clean depots, etc. — ^

Effective.
ORDER NO. 5. — Requiring the filing of list of classifications and i,

tariffs governing rates, etc.— Cancelled.
ORDER NO. 6. — Requiring the filing of statememt showing total i
freight and passenger receipts. — Effective and obeyed.
Amended by Order No. 201.
ORDER NO. 7. — Requiring Frisco to operate additional passenger

train. — ^Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 8. — Requiring the filing of a list of stations, showing
distance from all terminus or State line points. —
Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 9. — Relating to charges for transportation of coal, etc.

— Superseded by Order No. 502.
ORDER NO. 10. — ^Relating to rule for loading, moving and unloading ^
cars of freight. — Superseded. See Orders No. 167,
168, 169.
ORDER NO. 11. — ^Relating to charges for transportation of lumber.

— Superseded by Order No. 516.
ORDER NO. 12. — Requiring Rock Island to construct a depot at *

Seminole, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 13. — ^Requiring Frisco to construct passenger depot at '

Troy, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 14.— Requiring Santa Pe to construct depot at Wood- '

ward, Oklahoma. — ^Eflective and obeyed.
ORDER NO^ 16.— Exempting Oklahoma Central Ry. Co. from two-
cent mile rate. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 16.— Requiring Wichita Falls & Northwestern R. R. Co.
to build depot at and switch near Eschita. — Can-
celled and adjusted.
ORDER NO. 17.— Allowing the F. S. & W. R. R. Co. to charge
maximum mileage. — Effective.



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ORDER NO. 18.— Exempting Wichita Palls & Northwestern R. R.
Co. from the two-cent mile rate. — Effective.

ORDER NO. 19. — Relating to submitting of plans, specifications, etc.,
of all depots to the Commission. — Effective.

ORDER NO. 20.— Exempting the Midland Valley R. R. Co. from the
two-cents a mile rate. — Effective.

ORDER NO. 21.— Allowing the P. S. & W. R. R. Co. and the St.
Louis, El Reno & Western R. R. Co. to charge

/ a maximum rate of two and one-half dents. —

Cancelled. See Order No. 35.

ORDER NO. 22.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to establish
and maintain local service out of Woodward, Okla-
homa. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 23.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to operate
additional trains. — Modified and satisfactorily ad-
justed.

ORDER NO. 24.— Requiring the Prisco R. R. Co. to build a depot at
Blue, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 25.— Affirming Order No. 16, relating to depot near
Eschita, Oklahwna. — Cancelled.

ORDER NO. 26.— Exempting M. 0. & G. R. R. Co. from the two-
cent rate. — Effective.

ORDER NO. 27.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to build
and maintain a depot at a point near the State
line between Texas and Oklahoma. — ^Reversed and
dismissed.

ORDER NO. 28.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to build
a depot at Waterloo, Oklahoma. — Effective and
obeyed/

ORDER NO. 29.— Requiring the Rock Island R. R. Co. to install an
agent at Goodwell, Oklahoma, also to build a depot
at said town. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 30.— Requiring the Rock Island R. R. Co. to run reg-
ular passenger trains between Lindsay and Chick-
asha. — Effetcive and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 31.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to operate
its trains via Stillwater and other towns as per
agreement set forth in this order.

ORDER NO. 32. — Suspending Order of the Commission in case of
citizens of Eschiti vs. W. P. & N. W. R. R. Co.—
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ORDER NO. 33. — ^Requiring the Rock Island to keep and maintain
etation agent at Lookeba, also install and main-
tain telegraph service at said station. — Effective and
obeyed.

ORDER NO. 34. — ^Requiring the Frisco to maintain station at Sum-
ner, Oklahoma, include depot, agent and necessary
telegraph service. — Effective and obeyed.

'ORDER NO. 35.— Permitting the F. S. & W. R. R. Go. and the St.
Louis & El Reno & Western R. R. Co. to charge
a maximum rate of three cents.

ORDER NO. 36. — Relating to charging for the transportation of crude
petroleum, etc. — Superseded by Order No. 609.

ORDER NO. 37.— Requiring the Frisco R. R. Co. to comply with
agreement in regard to depot at Le Flore, Okla-
homa. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 38.— Requiring St. L. I. M. & S. R. R. Co. to stop
passenger trains Nos. 105-106 at Muldrow. — Effec-
tive and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 39. — Requiring Rock Island to stop passenger trains
Nos. 11-12 at Ryan. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 40.— Requiring the Frisco R R. Co. to comply with
agreement contained in said order, relating to sta-
tion, shipping facilities, etc., at the town of Yeager,
Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 41.— Requiring the St L. I. M. & S. R. R. Co. to stop
trains Nos. 105-106 on flag at Vian. — Effective and
obeyed.

ORDER NO. 42.— Requiring the Rock Island and Frisco R. R. Cos.
to construct depot, etc., at Darrow, Oklahoma. —
Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 43.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to furnish
the towns of Quay and Meramac with additional
passenger train service. — Adjusted and in effect.

ORDER NO. 44. — Fixing rates of Pioneer Telephone Company, in
the town of Enid, Oklahoma. — Reversed.

ORDER NO. 45. — Relating to charges for transportation of hay,
grain, etc. — Superseded by Order No. 503.

ORDER NO. 46.— Requiring the St. L. I. M. & S. R. R. Co. to
construct a depot at McKey, Oklahoma. — Effective
and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 47.— Requiring the St. L. I. M. & S. R. R. Co. to erect
a depot and cotton platform at Roland. — Effective
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ORDER NO. 48. — Requiring the Rock Island to construct a depot at

Optima^ Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 49. — Requiring the Rock Island to construct depot, fur-
nish stock pen, etc., at Meno, Oklahoma. — Effective

and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 60. — Requiring the Rock Island to furnish agent at

Reeding, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 61. — ^Requiring the Frisco R. R. Co. to construct a depot

at Hay ward (BuUett). — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 62. — Denying request for depot at town of Johnson. —

Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 63.— Requiring the Rock Island R. R. Co. to build

depot at Hobart. — Eff^tive and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 64.— Requiring the F. S. & W. R. R. Co. and the

K. C. Southern R. R. Co. to carry passengers on

all passenger trains between Spiro and Oklahonia-

Arkansas State line.
ORDER NO. 66. — Regulating freight rates on cement, lime, etc. —

Enjoined. Superseded by Order No. 615.
ORDER NO. 66.— Requiring the A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co. to operate

passenger trains between Tulsa and State line of

Oklahoma and Kansas. — Effective and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 67. — Suspending Order No. 44, and relating further to

telephone rates in the town of Enid. — ^Reversed.
ORDER NO. 68.— Amending Order No. 9.— Enjoined. See Order No.

602 and 670.
ORDER NO. 69. — Requiring Rock Island to build switch track in the

town of Apache. — Reversed.
ORDER NO. 60.— Requiring the M. K. & T. R. R. Co. to erect a

depot in the town of Savanna, Oklahoma. — Super-
seded by Order No. 73.
ORDER NO. 61.— Requiring the Oklahoma Central Ry. Co. to erect

a depot in the town of Nixon, Oklahoma. — Effective

and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 62.— Requiring the M. K. & T. R. R. Co. to erect a

depot in the town of Mazie, Oklahoma. — Effective

and obeyed.
ORDER NO. 63. — Regulating freight rates on vegetables, berries, etc.

Superseded by Order No. 666.
ORDER NO. 64.— Amending Order No. 11.— Cancelled.
ORDER NO. 66.— Requiring Rock Island and Frisco R. R. Co.s to

drain and fill depot grounds at Wister, Oklahoma.

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ORDER NO. 66.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to erect a
depot at Tribbey, Oklahoma. — Eflfective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 67.— Requiring the Frisco R. R. Co. to build a depot at
Oakland, Oklahoma. — Eflfective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 68.— Requiring the A. T .& S. P. R. R. Co. to open
highway crossing across its right-of-way in Potta-
watomie county. — EflFective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 69.— Requiring the Frisco R. R. Co. to erect a depot at
the town of Clayton, Oklahoma. — Effective and
obeyed.

ORDER NO. 70.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to construct
platform and switch track in Capital Hill. — Affirmed
by Order No. 103.

ORDER NO. 71. — ^Rescinding Order No. 16, requiring depot at Eschiti.

ORDER NO. 73.- Requiring the G. C. & S. P. R. R. Co. and the
A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co. to install and operate
passenger train between Guthrie and Marietta, Ok-
lahoma. — ^Reversed.

ORDER NO. 73.— Permitting the M. K. & T. R. R. Co. in complying
with Order No. 60, to discontinue the depot at
Chambers and remove same to Savanna. — Effective
and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 74.— Relating to the Frisco R. R. Co. and the Santa Pe
R. R. Co. connecting their respective lines at the
town of Pawnee. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 75. — Relating to maintaining telegraph service and the
bulletin of trains at Jennings. — Reversed and dis-
missed.

ORDER NO. 76.— Permitting the M. K. & T. R. R. Co. to- re-locate
depot at Caddo, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 77.— Requiring the M.K. & T. R. R. Co. to erect a depot
at TuUahassee, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 78.— Relating to switch on Frisco's right-of-way at Sny^
der, Oklahoma. — ^Reversed.

ORDER NO. 79.— Requiring the P. S. & W. R. R. Co. to construct
a depot at Milton, Oklahoma. — Order obeyed.

ORDER NO. 80.— Requiring the K. C. Southern Ry. Co. to construct
a depot at Marble City. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 81.— Requiring the Frisco R. R. Co. to stop train No.
413 at Kelleyville. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 82.— Requiring the A. T. & S. P. R. R. Co. to build a
depot at Britton, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.



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ORDER NO. 83.— Requiring the Santa Fe R. R. Co. to instaU and
maintain telephone station in its depot at Skedee^
Oklahoma — Affirmed and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 84.— Relating to Rock Island R. R. Co. switch track
on land adjacent to right of way in the town of
Carnegie. — Reversed and dismissed.

ORDER NO. 86.— Relating to Rock Island switch track at Ft. Cobb.
— Reversed and dismissed.

ORDER NO. 86.— Requiring the Western Union Telegraph Co. and
the Rock Island R. R. Co. to install and maintain
telegraph service at Ferguson. — Reversed and re-
manded. — ^Annulled.

ORDER NO. 87.— Requiring the F. S. & W. R. R. Co. to erect a depot
at the town of Lequire. — ^Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 88.— Requiring the Santa Fe R. R. Co. and the Frisco
R. R. Co. to establish physical connection at or
near their crossings at Avard. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 89.— Denying application for depot at Chant.

ORDER NO. 90.— Requiring the M. K. & T. R: R. Co. to build depot
at Norfolk. — Affirmed. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 91. — Dismissing complaint of Wm. Murdock, Ralston,
against the Midland Valley Railroad Co.

ORDER NO. 92.— Requiring the Santa Fe R. R. Co. to establish
telegraph service at Payson. — Reversed and re-
manded. — Annulled.

ORDER NO. 93.— Requiring Santa Fe R. R. Co. to open street cross-
ing on Kansas Ave., in the Steele Addition to
the town of Chickasha. — Reversed and annulled.

ORDER NO. 94. — Dismissing complaint of W. L. Buri;, et al., Davis,
against the G. C. & S. F. R. R. Co.

ORDER NO. 95.— Requiring the Santa Fe R. R. Co. to build and
operate switch track at the town of Civit. — Affirmed.
— Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 96. — Relating to rules covering the concentration and
compression of cotton. (Cancelled).

ORDER NO. 97. — ^Requiring the filing of statement containing infor-
mation showing intersections, crosses, physical con-
nections, etc.— Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 98.— Requiring the Rock Island R. R. Co. to build a
depot at Holliday, Oklahoma. — Effective and obeyed.

ORDER NO. 99. — Regulating freight rates on cotton, cotton seed, cot-
ton seed meal, etc. — ^Superseded by Order No. 656.



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OBDEB NO. 100.— Bequiring the Wagoner Water Works to prevent

overflow of etandpipe in the City of Wagoner. —

Effective and obeyed.
OBDEB NO. 101. — ^Begulating charges for service of all transmission

companies. — Effective.
OBDEB NO. 102.— Eegulating rates of the Purcell & Lexington Tele-



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