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To prevent multiplicity of suits, p.

3819.
Venue of suit to enjoin increase of

rates, p. 3822.
Where carrier fails to file report,

p. 3819.

Inspection:

Inspection of locomotives, p. 3505.

Instructions:

Criminal prosecution, p. 3851.
Intercourse and traffic, p. 3420.
Interpretation and construction:

See infra, "Construction of Act."
Interstate and intrastate commerce dis-
tinguished, p. 3421.
Interstate commerce act, p. 3595.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, confd.

Interstate commerce commission, p.
3767:

See infra, "Charges."
A corporate body, p. 3767.
Conformity to statute, p. 3768.
Creation and organization, p. 3767.
Executive, legislative or judicial, p.

3767.
Judgment or order:

See infra, "Judgment or Order
of Commission."
Particular powers, p. 3769.
Powers and duties, p. 3768.
Power to change rates, p. 3770.
Power to determine discriminatinn

in rates, p. 3770.
Power to determine reasonableness

of rates, p. 3770.
Power to enforce act, p. 3769.
Power to institute suits, p. 3770.
Power to obtain information, p.

3770.
Power to require uniform system

of accounting, p. 3771.
Proceedings before commission:
See infra, "Proceedings before
Commission."
Rules, p. 3768.

Salaries and expenses, p. 3767.
To prescribe rates, p. 3769.
Intoxicating liquors, pp. 3427, 3538.
Intrastate or interstate, pp. 3421, 3435.
Intrastate shipment by interstate car-
rier, p. 3425.
Judgment and orders:

Proceedings in federal courts, p.

3831.
Judgment or order of commission, p.

:!7S4:
Admissibility of evidence in pro-
ceedings to enforce, p. 3792.
Contents, p. 37 84.
Enforcement in general, p. 3787.
Enforcement of particular orders

of commission, p. 3798.
Enforcement where order unlawful,

p. 3787.
Evidence in proceedings to enforce,

p. 3792.
Finding concurred in by court, p.

3786.
Finding of discrimination, p. 3786.
Finding of facts, pp. 3784, 3786.
Finding of questions of law. p. 3786.
Hearing and determination in pro-
ceedings to enforce, p. 3795.
Injunction, p. 3800.
Jurisdiction to enforce, p. 3789.
Nature of proceedings to enforce, p.

3789.
Operation and effect, p. 3785.
Parties, p. 3790.
Pleadings, p. 3791.
Reparation, pp. 3784, 3785.
Service on carrier, p. 3785.
Venue to enforce, p. 3789.



INDEX.



4223



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Judgment or order of commission, cont'd.
Weight and sufficiency of evidence
in proceedings to enforce, p. 3792.
Whether proceeding: instituted by
commission or individual, p. 3787.
Wrong reason assigned, p. 3786.
Jurisdiction, p. 3542:

Criminal proceedings against car-
rier, p. 847.
Enforcement of order of commis-
sion, p. 3809.
Injunction, p. 3818.
Mandamus, p. 3816.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.
3809.
Knowingly, pp. 3608. 3621.
Labor unions, p. 3466.
Laches:

Proceedings before commission, p.

3776.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.
3827.
Levees, p. 3.533.

Licenses, pp. 3550. 3568, 3573. 3577.
Liens:

Lien on vessel for services and ma-
terial, p. 3546.
Lighterage, p. 3734.
Limitation of actions:

Proceedings before commission, p.

3776.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.
3827.
Limitation of liability, pp. 3331, 3337,
3654.
See "Limitation of Liability."
Agreements as to valuation of prop-
erty, p. 3521.
Connecting carriers, p. 3663.
Illustrations, pp. 3522, 3523.
Power of congress as to, p. 3443.
Power of congress supreme, p. 3520.
Power of state, p, 3519.
Printing and publishing schedules,

p. 3763.
Under interstate commerce act, p.

3520.
Validity of state statutes, p. 3519.
^^aluation in bill of lading, p. 3522.
Where congress has not acted, p.
3520.
Logs and logging, p. 3428:

Lien for surveying logs. p. 3546.
Long and short haul, pp. 3497, 3710:
See "Long and Short Haul."
Cartage charges, p. 3720.
Competition, p. 3713:

Competition between markets.

p. 3717.
Competition is a factor to l^c

considered, p. 3713.
Competition with foreign carri-
ers, p. 3716.
Consent of commission to

charge, p. 3722.
General rules, pi). :i7i:!. 3714.
Must be actual and material, p.
3715.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Long and short haul, cont'd.
Competition, cont'd.

Under construction of act by

commission, p. 3715.
What are competing carriers,

p. 3715.
Where charge unjust or unrea-
sonable, p. 3716.
Where preference or discrimi-
nation is produced, p. 3716.
Consent of commission to charge,

p. 3721.
Damages, p. 3723.
Destination of shipment, p. 3721.
Determining right to different

charge, p. 3723.
Discrimination, p. 3692.
Enjoining order of commission, p.

3723.
Establishing zones, p. 3723.
Group rates, p. 3720.
Interest of general public, p. 3721.
Meaning of terms as used in other

sections of act, p. 3712.
Question of fact, p. 3712.
Remedies, p. 3723.
Shipments over same line, p. 3 717.
Shipment through foreign countrv,

p. 3721.
Similar circumstances and condi-
tions, p. 3711.
Sufficient dissimilarity, p. 3712.
Statutory provision, p. 3710.
Through and local rates, p. 3718.
Where there is competition, p. 3722.
Loss or injury to goods:

Contract violating interstate co:ii-
merce act, p. 723.
Lottery tickets, p. 3428.
Manufacturers:

As to transportation of goods man-
ufactured by carrier, p. 3443.
Carrier who is also manufacturer.

p. 3616.
Transportation of goods manufac-
tured by carrier:
See infra, "Transportation of
Goods Manufactured by Car-
rier."
Mandamus:

Jurisdiction and venue of federal
courts, p. 3816.
Maritime liens, p. 3546.
Master and servant:

Arbitration between railroad and

employees, p. 3467.
Employers' liability act:

See infra, "Employers' Lia-
bility Act."
Examination of employees, p.

3504 :
Examination of employees as
to power of vision, p. 3504.
Fellow servants:

Sec infra, "I'ellow Servants."
Hours of labor:

See infra, "Hours of Lal)or."



4224



INDEX.



INTERSTATE AJ^'B FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Master and servant, cont'd.

Number and character of employ-
ees, p. 3507.
Power of congress to supersede

state law, p. 3507.
Pov/er of state, p. 3506.
Prescribing amount of wages, p.

3507.
Protection of lives and limbs of

employees, p. 3461.
Qualifications, duties, and liabilities

of employees, p. 3466.
Regulating relation of master and

servant, p. 3506.
Safety appliance act:

See infra, "Safety Appliance
Act."
Means and instruments invented since

constitution adopted, p. 3445.
Means and instruments of commerce,
pp. 3420, 3426, 3429, 3445:

Bridges, p. 3433.
Connecting carriers, p. 3433.
Determining whether commerce is

intrastate or interstate, p. 3435.
Dining cars, p. 3431.
Elevators, p. 3432.
Express companies, p. 3431.
Ferries, p. 3433.
In general, p. 3429.
Pipe lines, p. 3433.
Ports, harbors and wharves, p. 3433.
Railroads, p. 3430.
Soliciting agents, p. 3434.
Steamboats, p. 3435.
Terminal companies and stock-
yards, p. 3431.
Warehouses, p. 3432.
Where several agencies employed,
p. 3429.
Mileage tickets, p. 3725.
Mines and mining companies:

Discrimination in distribution of
cars:
See infra, "Preferences and Dis-
crimination."
Monopolies and corporate trusts, p.

3650.
Natural gas, p. 3428.
Navigable waters, pp. 3468, 3534.
Navigation, p. 3420.
Necessity for delivery, p. 3425.
Officers and agents:

Criminal liability of officers and
agents, p. 3852.
Oleomargarine, p. 3427.
Order:

See infra, "Judgment or Order of
Commission."
Overcharge, p. 1200.
Packing houses, pp. 3469, 3528.
Palace cars and sleeping car companies,

pp. 3526, 3614.
Particular regulations, p. 3539.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Parties:

Criminal proceedings against car-
rier, p. 3847.
Proceedings before commission, p.

3774.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.

3826.
Proceedings to enforce judgment or
order of commission, p. 3790.
Part of continuous voyage, p. 3421.
Party-rate tickets, p. 3725.
Passes, p. 3694.
Payment:

See infra, "Charges."
Penalties:

Unloading, feeding and watering
stock:
See "Carriers of Live Stock."
Pipe lines, pp. 3433, 3532, 3615.
Pleadings:

Proceedings before commission, p.

3776.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.

3827.
Proceedings to enforce judgment or
order of commission, p. 3791.
Police power, pp. 3428, 3471, 3480.
Pooling freights, p. 3724.
Posting schedule of rates, pp. 3442, 3498,

3745.
Power of congress, pp. 3439, 3602:

See infra. "Preferences and Dis-
crimination."
As to charges, p. 3441.
As to limitation of liability by car-
rier, p. 3443.
As to transportation of ooods nian-

ufactured by carrie'', p. 3443.
As to transportation of live stock,

p. 3443.
Common law, p. 3441.
Compelling carriers to make re-
ports, p. 3441.
E.xclusive power of congress, p.

3439.
Express companies, p. 3468.
Limitations on powers ol congress,

p. 3440.
Packing houses, p. 3469.
Power o\er interstite and foreign

comnierce compared, p. 3440.
Railroads, p. 3447.
Regulation and control in general,

p. 3439.
Shipments between foreign coun-
tries, p. 3440.
Ships, wharves, bridges, navigable

waters, p. 3468.
Subjects of regulation, p. 3445.
Terminals, stockyards, connecting

carriers, p. 3469.
Territorial extent of power, p. 3440.
The object of vesting in congress

the power to regulate, p. 3439.
White slave act, p. 3441.
Power of state, p. 3470:
Bridges, p. 3473.
Connecting carriers, p. 3535.



INDEX.



4225



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Power of state, cont'd.
Corporations, p ?>471.
Express companies, p. 3525.
Ferries, p. 3474.
In general, p. 3470.
Levees, p. 3533.
Navigable waters, p. 3535.
Packing houses, p. 3528.
Particular articles of commerce, p.

3538.
Particular regulations, p. 3539.
Pipe lines, o. 3532.
Railroads, p. 3480.
Regulating relation of master and

servant, p. 3506.
Regulation of charges for transpor-
tation, p. 3488.
Regulations to prevent injuries to

passengers, p. 3502.
Remedies, p. 3541.
Ships, p. 3478.
Sleeping cars, p. 3526.
Street and electric railways, p. 3525.
Taxation:

See "Taxation."
Terminals and stockyards, p. 3533.
Warchor.ses and elevators, p. 3527.
Wharves, p. 3528.
Power of state and United States, p.

3426.
Powder to tax, p. 3549:

Commerce affected indirectly, p.

3549.
General rules, p. 3549.
Illustrations, p. 3550.
Law constituting regulation of in-
terstate commerce, p. 3549.
Power of state, p. 3549.
State can not tax in any form, p.

3550.
Subject national in character, p.

3550.
Tax aiTecting intrastate business

only, p. 3551.
Tax on occupation or business, p.
3550.
Preferences and discriminations, pp.
3496, 3540, 3631:
See infra, "Rebates."
.Acceptance of freight, p. 3647.
.\llowance for service of shipper, p.

3731.
.•\llowances to shipper, p. 3649.
Burden of proof, p. 3649.
Cattle remaining in cars, p. 3648.
Cars, p. 3639.
Charges:

See infra, "Charges."
Common law, p. 3631.
Competition, pp. 3634. 3637.
Construction of act, p. 3631.
Criminal liability, p. 3842.
Criminal liability of shipper, p.

3852.
Custom and usage, p. 3635.
Delivery of freight, p. 3647.
Delivery to carrier's own stock-
yards, p. 3647.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Preferences and discriminations, cont'd.
Determining discrimination or pref-
erence, p. 3636.
Discrimination defined, p. 3632.
Distribution of cars, p. 3639:

Between mining companies, p.

3639.
Between warehousemen, p.

3646.
In general, p. 3639.
Distribution of cars between mining
companies, p. 3639:
Agreement, p. 3640.
Agreement of parties, p. 3645.
Allotment to new mines, p.

3645.
Between mining companies on
main and branch lines, p.
3646.
Capacity and output of mine, p.

3645.
Cars owned by consignee, p.

3642.
Cars ow-ned by mining com-
pany, pp. 3641, 3642.
Cars to be charged regardless

of ownership, p. 3643.
Cars used in intrastate com-
merce only, p. 3644.
Charged to mining company, p.

3644.
Common law, p. 3640.
Determination of mining com-
pany's share of cars, p. 3644.
1^'acts considered, p. 3645.
Freedom of contract not de-
stroyed, p. 3644.
Fuel cars, p. 3643.
General rule, p. 3639.
Illustrations, pp. 3640, 3641.
Ownership of cars, p. 3641.
Power to regulate, p. 3639.
Present output, p. 3645.
Prompt return of cars by min-
ing company, p. 3646.
Rule of carrier, p. 3645.
Statute, p. 3640.

Unfulfilled contract of mining
company, p. 3646.
English trafiic acts, p. 3631.
Facilities, pp. 3638, 3555.
Facilities for unloading, p. 3647.
Findings of commission ct_nclusive,

p. 3635.
General rule, p. 3631.
Identity of situation and circum-
stances, p. 36:;i).
Indictment, p. 3848.
In manner of shipment, p. 3648.
Long and short haul:

See infra, ''Long and Short
Haul."
Mandamus, p. :'.649.
Manner of shipment, p. 3648.
Persons discriminated against, p.

3636.
Place of loading, p. 3647.



4226



INDEX.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Preferences and discriminations, cont'd.

Power of commission to determine,

p. 3770.
Quantity of goods shipped, p. 3634.
Question of fact, p. 3633.
Rates:

See infra, "Charges."
Rebates:

See mfra, "Charges."
Remedies, p. 3649.
Reshipping privileges, p. 3649.
Similar service and circumstances,

p. 3633.
.Statutory provision, p. 3631.
Summary remedy, p. 3650.
Taking on and letting ofT passen-
gers, p. 364S.
Terminal facilities, p. 363P.
Time of transportation, p. 3648.
Undue, p. 3632.
Unreasonable, p. 3632.
Warehousemen, p. 3646.
Wharfage facilities, p. 3638.
What constitutes undue preference.

p. 3633.
Presumptions and burden of proof:
Carmack amendment, p. 824.
Change of rates, p. 3764.
Criminal prosecution, p. 3851.
Proceedings before commission, p.

3777.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.

3830.
Reasonableness of rate. p. 3682.
Schedules, pp. 3760, 3761.
Principal and agent:

Criminal liability for act of agent, v.

3S46.
Criminal liability of officers and

agents, p. 38.52.
Printing and publishing schedules, pp.

3735, 3823:
Actual weight, p. 3758.
Agreement of parties, p. 3749.
Agreements with other carriers, p.

3748.
Baggage regulations, p. 3743.
Burden of proof, p. 3760.
Cartage, p. 3743.
Charges for icing, p. 3742.
Constitutionality of statute, p. 3736.
Construction of schedule, p. 3740.
Construction of the act, p. 3737.
Constructive notice to shipper, p.

3761.
Contents, p. 3741.
Contractual rate, p. 3752.
Contract for exemption from liabil-
ity, p. 3763.
Contract unenforceable, p. 3759.
Criminal liability, p. 3845.
Criminal liability of shipper, p. 3855.
Demurrage charges, pp. 3744, 3761.
Distributing in offices of agents, p.

3749.
Duty imposed by the act, p. 3735.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Printing and publishing schedules,
cont'd.

Effect of filing with commission, p.
3748.

Estoppel to assert invalidity of con-
tract, p. 3759.

Facilities, p. 3763.

Filing with commission, p. 3747.

Form, requisites and validity, p.

3740.
Indictment, pp. 3847-3848.
Joint rates, p. 3762.
Joint schedule, p. 3756.
Jurisdiction of federal courts, p.

3823.
Milling in transit agreement, p.

3757.
Misrepresentation of shipper, p.

3755.
Necessity for contract for through

carriage, p. 3738.
Necessity for publication of rates,

p. 3739.
Operation and effect of schedules,

p. 3750.
Other carriers not specified in

schedule, p. 3738.
Posting, p. 3745.
Presumed legal rate, p. 3761.
Printed, p. 3741.
Privileges, p. 3763.
Provisions of the act. p. 3735.
Purchase and sale of goods, p. 375*^.
Recovery of excess of schedule

over cotTtract rate, p. 3760.
Right of action of shipper, p. 3823.
Schedule of joint rates, p. 3751.
Shipment over connecting carrier.

p. 3737.
Shipment over connecting lines, p.

3755.
Shipment through foreign country,

p. 3740.
Special charges, p. 3741.
Standard charge in general, p. 3750.
Statutory provision, p. 3736.
.Stop-over privileges, p. 3763.
Terminal charges, pp. 3742, 3744.
Through and local rates, p. 3751.
Validity, p. 3741.
What amounts to establishing rate,

p. 3739.
What amounts to puldicatioii, p.

3735.
Where mistake in quoting rate, p.

3754.
Where no joint rate established, p.

3739.
Where rate intentionally misquoted,

p. 3754.
Proceedings before commission, p. 3773.
Burden of proof, p. 3777.
Effect of repeal of statute on pend-
ing proceedings, p. 3808.
Evidence, p. 3777:

Aid of courts to obtam attend-
ance of witnesses, p. 3781.



INDEX.



4227



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Proceedings before commission, cont'd.
Evidence, cont'd.

Contracts with third persons, p.

?>7T8.
General rules, p. 3777.
Incriminating testimony, p.

377S.
Not unconstitutional as unrea-
sonable search, p. 3779.
Power to compel witnesses to

attend, p. 3780.
Power to punish disobedience,

p. 3780.
Production of books and pa-
pers, p. 3782.
Punishment of witnesses for
failure to obey order, p. 3781.
Exclusive jurisdiction, p. 3773.
Extent of hearing, p. 3783.
Plearing, p. 3783.
In general, p. 3773.
Judgment or order:

See infra, "Judgment or Order
of Commission."
Judicial power of commission, p.

3773.
Laches, p. 3776.
Limitation of actions, p. 3776.
Necessity of hearing, p. 3783.
Parties, p. 3774.
Pleadings, p. 3776.
Prerequisites to jurisdiction, p.

3773.
Presumi)tions, p. 3777.
Rehearing, p. 3801.
Repeal of statute, p. 3808.
Review, p. 3801:

Harmless error, p. 380:2.
Matters not raised before com-
mission, p. 3804.
Matters of discretion, p. 3804.
Modification of decree of court.

p. 3805.
Presumptions on appeal, p.

3802.
Questions of law and fact. p.

3803.
Questions of jurisdiction and

authority, p. 3803.
Remand to commission, p. 3806.
Right of review, p. 3801.
Scope of review, p. 3802.
Supersedeas pending appeal, p.
3807.
Statutory provision, p. 3773.
Summons and process, p. 3774.
Proceedings in commerce court, p.
3832:
Injunction, p. 3837.
Jurisdiction in general, p. 3833.
Mandamus, p. 3837.
Power to enforce or enjoin orders

of commission, p. 3833.
Power to enforce or enjoin partic-
ular orders of commission, p.
3835.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Proceedings in commerce court, cont'd.
Power to review order of commis-
sion, p. 3836.
Statement of facts, p. 3837.
Statutory provision, p. 3832.
Proceedings in federal courts, p. 3808:
Costs, p. 3832.
Evidence, p. 3830.
In general, p. 3808.
Issues, proof and variance, p. 3830.
Judgment and orders, p. 3831.
Jurisdiction and venue, p. 3809:

Action to recover excess of

freight, p. 3824.
After hearing by commission,

p. 3815.
Applicability of general prin-
ciples of law, p. 3818.
Before hearing by commission,

p. 3810.
Equity jurisdiction, p. 3825.
Enjoining receiver, p. 3823.
Generally, p. 3809.
Injunction, p. 3818.
In particular instances, p. 3823.
Judicial questions, p. 3810.
Mandamus, p. 3816.
Mandatory injunction, p. 3823.
No new jurisdiction conferred

by act, p. 3809.
Offenses arising in several dis-
tricts, p. 3816.
Proceeding to compel publish-
ing schedules of rates, p. 3823.
Refusal of carrier to transport

goods, p. 3814.
Refusal to afford equal facili-
ties, p. 3814.
Relief against discrimination in

general, p. 3812.
Relief against rebates, p. 3813.
Relief against unreasonable

rates, p. 3811.
Under provision preserving
common-law remedies, p.
3809.
Under provisions of general

law. p. 3809.
Where right to hearing before
commission barred, p. 3811.
Limitation and laches, p. 3827.
Parties, p. 3820.
Pleadings, p. 3827.
Presumptions and burden of proof,

p. 3830.
Proceedings at law or in equity, p.

3825.
Reference, p. 3831.
Statutory provision, p. 3809.
Stipulation of parties, p. 3832.
Proceedings in state courts, p. 3839.
Process, p. 3.542.

Production and manufacture, p. 3423.
Prohibitions upon carriers, p. 3631:

Combinations and monopolies, p.
3G50.



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INDEX.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Prohibitions upon carriers, cont'd.
Discrimination and preferences:
See infra, "Preferences and
Discrimination."
Limiting liability, p. 3654.
Pooling freights:

See infra, "Pooling Freights."
Transportation of goods manufac-
tured by carrier:
See infra, "Transportation of
Goods Manufactured by Car-
rier."
Protection of lives and limbs of em-
ployees, p. 3461 :
Employers' liability act:

See infra, "Employers' Liability
Act."
Fellow servant doctrine, p. 3401.
Power of congress in general, p.
3461.
Publishing schedules:

See infra, "Printing and Publishing
Schedules."
Purchase and sale of property, p. 3421.
Railroads, pp. 3430, 3447:

As to liability of officers and agents,

p. 352.5.
Care of live stock, p. 3518.
Carriers subject to act, p. 3613.
Cartage and drayage, p. 3519.
Collection of purchase price for

consignor, p. 3519.
Common-law principles, p. 3448.
Construction of liridges, p. 3450.
Compelling railroad to elevate

bridge, p. 3519.
Construction of railroad, p. 3449.
Electric railway companies, p. 3614.
Heating of passenger cars, p. 3512.
Lessee railroad, p. 8613.
Lessor railroad, p. 3613.
Power of congress, p. 344T.
Power of congress to construct

railroad, p. 3449.
Power of state, p. 3480:

Compelling running of addi-
tional train, p. 3485.
Compelling running of regular

train, p. 3485.
Facilities for transportation, p.

3485.
Furnishing cars, p. 3487.
In general, p. 3480.
Interstate commerce inciden-
tally affected, p. 3482.
Location and plan of construc-
tion of railroad, p. 3483.
Police power, p. 3480.
Purchase of or consolidation
with competing lines, p. 3484.
Railroad entirely within state,
p. 3482.
Reasonableness of regulation, p.
3480:
Regulation of charges, p. 3488.
Regulation of local matters, p.
3482.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Railroads, cont'd.

Reasonableness of regulation, cont'd.

Regulations to secure safety of

passengers and public, p.

3481.

Requiring railroad to afford

transportation, p. 3484.
Requiring lecordation of lease,
p. 3484.
Regulating duty to accept goods, p.

3516.
Regulating liability for delay, p.

3523.
Regulating relation of master and
servant:
vSee infra, "Master and Servant."
Regulating rights and privileges of

passengers, p. 3510.
Regulating speed of running trains,

p. 3512."
Regulating time, place and manner

of delivery, p. 3517.
Regulations as to crossings, p. 3524.
Regulations to prevent injuries to

passengers, p. 3502.
Regulations with respect to limita-
tion of liability of carriers, p.
3519.
Reports, p. 3524.
Requiring trains to stop at certain

stations, p. 3513.
Rollmg stock and equipment, p.

34 50.
Routing goods, p. 3518.
Running trains on Sunda}-, p. 3512.
Safety appliance act:

See infra, "Safely Appliance
Act."
Safety of persons and property, p.
3450:
Hours of labor, p. 3457.
In general, p. 3450.
Rolling stock and equipment, p.

3450.
Safety appliance act:

See infra, "Safety Appli-
ance Act."
Train crew, p. 3437.
System of bookkeeping, p. 3524.
Rates:

See infra, "Charges."
Reasonableness of rate:

Deternnnation of reasonableness of
rate:
See infra, "Charges."
Reasonableness of regulation by state,

p. 3470.
Rebates, pp. 3442, 3700;

Criminal liability, p. 3843.
Criminal liability of shipper, p. 3854.
Definition, p. 3700.
Effect of granting rebate, p. 3705.
Illustrations of rebates, pp. 3701-

3705.
In absence of discrimination, p.

3701.
Indictment, p. 3849.



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INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Rebates, cont'd.

In general, p. 3700.
Interstate commerce act, p. 3700.
Joint rate, p. 3 702.
Milling- in transit, p. 3704.
Particular instances, p. 3705.
Pooling- freights, p. 3725.
Rebate from joint rate, p. 3702.
Refunding- elevator charges, p. 3702.
Trackage charges, p. 3703.
What amounts to rebate, p. 3701.
Who may complain, p. 3700.
Receiving and landing passengers and
freight, p. 3423.

Regulation of relation of consignor and

consignee, p. 3541.
Remedies, p. 3541:

Attachment, p. 3542.

Entrj' ot satisfaction of mortgage,

p. 3547.
Equitable remedies, p. 3545.
Evidence, p. 3542.
Garnishment, p. 3542.
Jurisdiction, p. 3542.
„ Jurisdiction and venue of suits, p.
3542. •
Lien on vessel for services and ma-
terial, p. 3546.
Parties to suits, p. 3542.
Power of state as to, p. 3541.
Prerequisites to bringing suit, p.

3541.
Proceeding by attachment and gar-
nishment, p. 3542.
Removal of cause to federal court,

p. 3545.
Requiring claim for damages to be
made in prescribed time, p. 3545.
Requiring payment of damages in

prescribed time, p. 3545.



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