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three days thereafter, give directions for the re-shipment
or unloading of such goods, he shall thenceforth become
liable to such carrier for demurrage upon the car or cars
in which they are stored to the same extent and at the
same rate as such charges are now, under like circum-
stances by the rules of this Commission, imposed upon
consignees who neglect or refuse, after notice of arrival,
to remove freight of like character from the cars of a
carrier.

A consignee who has once refused to accept a consign-
ment of goods shall not thereafter be entitled to receive
the same except upon payment of all charges for de-
murrage which would otherwise have accrued.

RULE VII.

Cars foe Delivery on Team Tracks or Private Sidings.

Section 1. Cars containing freight to be delivered upon
carload delivery tracks or private sidings are to be de-
livered upon the tracks designated by consignee upon
arrival, or as soon thereafter as the ordinary routine of
yard work will pemit.

Sec. 2. Cars containing property, the billing of which
does not specify any particular delivery, and for which
no standing or special order has been filed with carrier's
agent within twenty-four (24) hours, will be considered
as requiring general track delivery and shall be so placed
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Sec. 3. Cars for unloading shall be considered placed
when such cars are held in receiving yards awaiting
orders from shippers or consignees, or when hdd for
payment of freight charges; provided, the railroad com-
pany could otherwise have placed such cars on delivery
tracks accessible to the consignee for the purpose of un-
loading, except that it was consigned to private sidings
already fully occupied and delivery, therefore, imprac-
ticable, detention is to be computed from time of notifica-

RULE VIII.

Cars Held for Shipping Directions.

Cars detained or held for want of proper shipping in-
structions, or by reason of improper or excessive loading
(where loading is done by shipper) , shall be subject to a
demurrage charge of one dollar (|1.00) per car for each
day or fraction of a day said car or cars are so detained
or held. Likewise, when cars are promptly loaded and
shipping instructions given, the railroad agent must
immediately issue the bills of lading therefor; and if
said car or cars are detained or held and not carried for-
ward within forty-eight (48) hours, except perishable
articles, which shall be moved within twenty-four (24)
hours thereafter, said railroad company shall be liable
to said shipper for the payment of one dollar (f 1.00) per
car per day for each day or fraction of a day that said
car or cars are thus detained or held.

RULE IX.

Consignments More Than Four Miles Distant.

A consignee living more than four miles from the depot,
and whose freight is destined to his residence or place of
business so located, shall not be subject to storage or de-
murrage charges allowed in the above rules until a suffi-
cient time has elapsed after notice for said consignee to
remove said goods by the exercise of ordinary diligence.

RULE X.

Railroads Allowed to Store Property.

Railroad companies are authorized to store such prop-
erty in public warehouses at the expense of owner if same
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KULE XI.

Per Diem Charge Allowed Consionbbs.

When any railroad company fails to deliver freight at
the depot or to place loaded cars at an accessible place
for unloading within seventy-two (72) hours (not includ-
ing Sundays or l^al holidays)^ computed from 10 a. m.
the day after arrival of the same^ the shipper or con-
signee Asll be paid one dollar (fl.OO) per day for each
day said delivery is so delayed.

KULE XII.

Stormy Weather.

Whenever the weather during the period of free time is
so severe, inclement or rainy that it is impracticable to
secure means of removal, or where, from the nature of the
goods, removal would cause injury or damage, such time
i^all be added to the free period; and no demurrage
charges shall be allowed for such additional time.

This rule applies to the state of the weather during
business hours.

KULE XIII

DiSJCRIMlNATION AND EXEMPTIONS.

Kailroads shall not discriminate between persons or
places in storage or demurrage charges. If a railroad
company collects storage or demurrage of one person,
under the demurrage rules, it must collect of all who
are liable. No rebate, drawback or other similar device
will be allowed. If demurrage is collected by a railroad
company at one point on its line, it must be collected at
all places on its lines of those liable under the rules of
the Commission.

Provided, That all package freight unloaded in a depot
or warehouse, which is not removed by the owners thereof
from the custody of the railroad company within seventy-
two (72) hours (not including Sundays or legal holidays)
after legal notice of arrival, may be subject thereafter to
a charge of storage for each day or fraction of a day that
it may remain in the custody of the railroad company, an
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In lees than carload quantities, not more than one cent
per 100 pounds per day.

In carload quantities, not more than one dollar (fl.OO)
per day.

Provided further, That in no case shall the amount col-
lected for storage of a less than carload shipment exceed
the amount authorized to be charged as storage or de-
murrage on a carioad of similar freight for the same
lengdi of time when not unloaded from the car as pro-
vided by the Demurrage Bules.

Provided further, That the ConunissiOn shall hear and
grant applications to suspend operation of this rule wher-
ever justice shall demand this course.

RULE XIV.

Storage Charges on Baooaob.

Baggage remaining more than twenty-four hours after
delivery from trains or after delivery at stations for
transportation will be subject to a storage charge for
each piece or twenty-five cents for the second day of twen-
ty-four hours or fraction thereof, and for each succeeding
day, at the rate of ten cents per day, until the end of the
calendar month, or until the accrued charges amount to
one dollar |(1.00) for each piece.

If a second month is entered upon, a charge for the first
month will be repeated until the accrued charges amount
to 50 cents for each piece. The rate for each month suc-
ceeding will be the same as for the second month.

When baggage arrives between the hours of 3 p. m.
Saturday and 3 p. m. Sunday, it will be held without
charge until 3 p. m. Monday.

RULE XV.

Storage Charge on Baggage for Seaboard Air Line
Railway.

For all articles of baggage, consisting of trunks, valises,
packages, etc., remaining on hand at station more than
twenty-four hours, a storage charge will be allowed of
twenty-five cents for the second day of twenty-four hours,
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vemains on hand from eight to thirty days, the charge
will be one dollar.

If the second month is entered upon^ charges should be
made as in first month except that ten cents instead of
twenty-five cents should be charged for the first day of
second month.

When baggage arrives between 3 p. m. Saturday and
3 p. m. Sunday it shall be held without charge until 3
p. m. Monday.

EULE XVI.

Other Dbmubragb Chargbs.

No other charges shall be made by any railroad com-
pany doing business wholly or in part in the State of
Florida for storage or demurrage except as provided in
the foregoing rules, and these rules shall become effective
DecOTiber 23, 1901.

RULE XVII.

When a shipper makes a written application to a rail-
road company for a car or cars, to be loaded with any
kind of freight embraced in the tariff of said company,
for transportation within the State of Florida, stating in
said application the character of the freight, the railroad
company shall furnish same within four days^ from 7
o'clock a. m. the day following such application.

Or, when the shipper making application specifies a
future day on which he desires to make a shipment (of
other than fruit or vegetables), giving not less than four
days' notice thereof, computing from 7 o'clock a. m. the
day following such application, the railroad company
shall furnish such car or cars on or before the day
specified in the application.

Or, when the shipper making such application specifies
a future day on which he desires to make a shipment of
fruit or vegetables, giving not less than two days' notice
thereof, computing from 7 o'clock a. m. the day following
8uch application, the railroad company shall furnish such
car or cars on or before the day specified in the applica-
tion.

For failure to comply with this rule, the company so
offending shall forfeit any pay to the shipper applying
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delay after expiration of free time, upon demand in writ-
ing made within thirty days thereafter by the shipper,

Proyided, howerer, that the collection of the demurrage
herein authorized shall not deprive the shipper of his rig^t
to recover in any court of competent jurisdiction such
damages as he may sustain by reason of the delay in fur-
nishing cars.

Provided further, that this rule does not alter, abolish,
supersede or repeal Bule 3 of the Bailroad Commission's
^^Bules Governing the Transportation of Freight,"

RULE XVIII.

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A shipper, on whose order a car or^cars have been placed
for loading, shall be allowed forty-ei^t hours for the
loading of such car or cars, computing the time from
7 o'clock a. m. the day after such car or cars have been
placed subject to the order of the shipper, and thereafter
a demurrage charge of not more than f2.00 per car per
day, or fraction of a day, may be assessed and collected
and all such cars ^ as have not been tendered to the rail-
road company with shipping instructions within said
forty-eight hours; provided, however, that should tite
shipper fail to begin loading within forty-eight hours
after the expiration of free time, the railroad company
shall consider the car or cars released, and may assess
and collect |4.00 on each car, covering the demurrage
then due.

Provided, 'Miat with every order for a car or cars, the
shipper shall deposit with the agent, or other proper offi-
cial on whom tiie demand for cars is made, |4.00 for
each and every car so ordered, which shall be refunded
promptly to the shipper if the car or cars are loaded as
provided for herein ; otherwise, to be forfeited to the rail-
road. And provided further, that any shipper failing to
make deposit as herein provided shall forfeit all right to
recover demurrage from the railroad for failure to fur-
nish cars within the time required.

Railroad companies shall not be compelled to furnish
cars for future shipments to parties in default as to the
payment of the demurrage charges herein last provided
for, until such demurrage charges have been paid.

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the railroad company ghall, during or after free time,
temporarily remove all or any of them, or in any way
prevent, obistruct or delay the loading of same, the shipper
shall not be chargeable with the delay cansed thereby.

When, by reason of delay or irregularity on the part of
the railroad company in filling orders, cars are bunched
in excess of the ability of the shipper to load, as indi-
cated in his applications, the shipper shall be allowed
separate and diBtinct periods of free time within which to
load the car or cars specified in each separate applica-
tion.

RULE XIX.

Shipments Dblaybd in Transit.

Whenever shipments have been received by any railroad
company, such shipments destined to statiops within a
distance of fifty miles from starting point, shall be trans-
ported to destination within two days from 7 o'clock p. m.
the day of issuing the bill of lading, and in one day's addi-
tional time for each additional fifty miles or fraction
thereof; provided, that in computing time of freight in
transit there shall be allowed twenty-four hours at each
pomt where transferring from one railroad to another or
re-Ji^ndling of freight is involved, and for failure to trans-
pert such shipments within the time prescribed the rail-
road company shall forfeit and pay to the consignor or
consignee the sum of t2.00 per day on all carload freight
and one cent per hundred pounds per day on package
freights and freights in less than carload, with minimum
charge of twenty-five cents for any package; provided,
the shipper makes demand therefor in writing within
thirty days thereafter ; provided further, that in no case
shall the penalty on any shipment exceed the value of
the goods transported. The period of time during which
the movement of trains is suspended for any cause not
witHin the power of the roads to prevent shall be added
to the time allowed herein.

Provided further, That the initial carrier shall be held
responsible to the consignor or consignee for delay, in
accordance with this rule, and whenever, in the transpor-
tation of any freight which may pass over two or more
offered to a connection by the initial road, the initial
road shall recover of the road at fault for demurrage paid
in accordance with this rule.



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PASSENGER and FREIGHT
RATES

OPERATED BY

RAILROADS IN FLORIDA



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SCHEDULES OF PASSENGER FARES
Operated by the Railroads in Florida.



Railroads Charging 3 Cents per MUe:

Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railway.
Georgia Boutfaern and Florida Railway.^
Pensacola, Alabama and Tennessee Railroad.
Pensacola Division of the L. and N. Railroad.
Georgia and Florida Railway. •

Railroad Charging 4 Cents Straight Fare, with S-Cent
Round-Trip Tickets Good for Five Days Exclusive of
Day of Sale:

Apalachicola Northern Railroad.
Atlanta and St. Andrews Bay Railway.
Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway.
Live Oak, Perry and Gnlf Railway.
Marianna and Blonntstown Railroad.
Ocala Northern Railway.
Plant City, Arcadia and Gulf Railway.
Standard and Hernando Railway.
Sanford and Everglades Railway.
Suwannee River and White Springs Railway.
Tampa and Gulf Coast Railway.
Tampa Northern Railway.
Woodville Railroad.

Railroads Charging 4 Cents per Mile :

Alabama and Florida, Pensacola and Atlantic, and

Yellow River Division of the L. and N. Railroad.
Florida Central Railroad.
Greenville Southern Railway.
Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad.

Railroads Charging 5 Centos Straight Fare, with 3-Cent
Round-Trip Tickets Good for Five Days Exclusive of
Day of Sale :

Tavares and Gulf Railway.



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The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Charges 2 9-4 Cents per
Mile, except the Follotoing Branches, Which Charge
S Cents:

Florida Midland.
Homosassa Branch.
Newberry to Perry Extension.
Oyiedo Branch.
Sanford Branch.
Banford and Tavares.
St. Oloud Sugar Belt
Sanford and St. Petersburg.
St. Johns and Lake Eustis.
Tampa and Thonotosassa.
Tiger Bay Braijch.
Winston and Bone Valley.

The Florida East Coast operates 3-cent rate north of
Homestead, except between certain points, where a higher
rate is charged. South of Homestead a 4-cent rate is
authorized.

The South (Georgia Bailway operate 3-cent passenger
rate between Florida line and Oreenyille, and 4-c«it
straight fare, with 3-cent round-trip ticket good for five
days exclusive of day of sale, between Greenville and
Perry. ^

The Seaboard Air Line Railway Charges 2 3-4 Cents per
Mile, except the Following Branches, Which Charge
scents:

Femandina to Baldwin.

Monticello to Drifton.

Tallahassee to St. Marks.

Starke to Wannee.

Waldo to Cedar Keys.

Silver Springs Junction to Silver Springs.

Wildwood to Lake Charm.

Lake Charm to Winter Park .

Sumterville Junction to Sumterville.

Archer to Eagle Mine.



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