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Seizure for taxes, p. 3547.
Summons and process, p. 3542.
Venue, p. 3542.
Removal of causes, p. 3545.
Repeal of act, pp. 3606, 3808.
Reports, p. 3524.
Reshipment, p. 3425.
Reshipment of goods, p. 3541.
Review:

See infra, "Proceedings before Com-
mission."
Safety appliance act, pp. 3450, 3508:
Appliances required by act, p. 3456.
Car not used in interstate com-
merce, p. 3453.
Carriage of empty car, p. 3455.
Carrier subject to act, p. 3453.
Car standing on switch, p. 3454.
Constitutionality of act, p. 3450.
Construction of act, p. 3453.
During stoppage in transit, p. 3455.
Enforcement of act, p. 3456.
Engaged in intrastate commerce

only, p. 3454.
Exclusive power of congress, p.

3452.
In general, p. 3450.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Safety apphance act, cont'd.

Part of cars not engaged in inter-
state commerce, p. 3454.
Power of congress, p. 3450.
Power of state, p. 3508.
Power to impose absolute liability.

p. 3452.
Shifting cars in yard, p. 3456.
Stockyard company, p. 3456.
Where car on exchange track, p.

3455.
Where carrier has hauled interstate
freight on other occasions, p.
3453.
Schedules:

See infra. "Printing and Publishing
Schedules."
Service of shipper:

See infra, "Charges."
Shipment through another state to

point in same state, p. 3422.
Shipment to territory, p. 3425.
Shipment under local bill of lading, p.

3424.
Ships, pp. 3468, 3478.
Sleeping cars:

See infra, "Palace Cars and Sleep-
ing Car Companies."
Soliciting agents, p. 3434.
Speed of trains, pp. 3503, 3512.
Stations and stopping places:

Requiring trains to stop at certain
stations, p. 3513:
Mail train, p. 3516.
Power of state, p. 3513.
Requiring interstate trains to
stop at certain stations, p.
3514.
Requiring interstate trains to
stop at county seats, p. 3515.
Requiring intrastate trains to
stop at county seats, p. 3514.
Where accommodation fur-
nished by other trains, p.
3516.
Statutory provisions, p. 3600:
Competition, p. 3601.
Constitutionality of act, p. 3602.
Construction of act, p. 3604.
Destruction of competition, p. 3601.
Existing contracts, p. 3605.
History of act, p. 3602.
Interference with commerce, p.

3601.
Not intended to cover whole field,

p. 3602.
Object, p. 3600.
Operation and effect, p. 3605.
Purpose, p. 3600.
Repeal, p. 3606.
Time of taking effect, p. 3606.
Steamboats, p. 3435.
Stockyards, pp. 3431, 3469, 3533:

Delivery to carrier's own stock-
yards, p. 3647.
Storage charges, p. 3501.
Street railways, p. 3614:

Power of state, p. 3525.



4230



INDEX.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Subjects of regulation, p. 3445.
Suits:

See infra. "Proceedings in
Federal Courts."
Civil proceedings against carrier:
Proceedings before commis-
sion :
See infra, "Proceedings be-
fore Commission."
Proceedings in commerce court:
See infra, "Proceedings in
Commerce Court."
Proceedings in federal courts:
See infra, "Proceedings in
Federal Courts."
Power of commission to institute
suits, p. .3770.
Summons and process:

Proceedings before commission, p.
3774.
Sunday laws, pp. 3480, 3.512.
Supersedeas pending appeal, p. 3807.
Taxation:

See "Taxation."
Telegraphs and telephones, p. 3616.
Telephones, 3616.
Terminal charges, pp. 3742, 3744:

Schedules, pp. 3742, 3744.
Terminal companies, pp. 3431, 3616.
Terminals, pp. 3469, 3533:

Terminal companies and terminal
charges, pp. 3619, 3625, 3666, 3726.
Tickets and fares:

Commutation tickets, p. 3499.
Excursion tickets, p. 3726.
Mileage tickets, pp. 3500. 3510, 3725.
Party-rate tickets, p. 3725.
Passes, p. 3694.
Power of state, p. 3499.
Reduced rates, p. 3697.
Sale and redemption of tickets, p.
3499.
Time of act taking effect, p. 3606.
Tobacco, p. 3427.
Tonnage dvities, pp. 3479, 3530.
Train crew, p. 3457.
Transportation, p. 3420.
Transportation and transit, p. 3419.
Transportation by land, p. 3419.
Transportation by water, p. 3419.
Transportation for another, p. 3421.
Transportation of goods manufactured
by carrier, p. 3651:
Due process of law. p. 3651.
Interest as stockholder, p. 3652.
Manufactured from wood. p. 3654.
Mining and shipping coal to sep-
arate company, p. 3653.
Power of congress, p. 3651.
Production, ownership and inter-
est, p. 3652.
Purpose and object of act, p. 3651.
What is railroad company, p. 3652.
Where railroad has controlling in-
terest in corporation, p. 3653.
Transportation of persons, p. 3419.
Transportation of property, p. 3419.
Truckmen, p. 3616.



INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COM-
MERCE, cont'd.
Usages and customs:

Preferences and discrimination, p.
3635.
Venue, p. 3542:

Criminal proceedings against car-
rier, p. 3847.
Enforcement of order of commis-
sion, p. 3809.
Injunction, p. 3818.
Mandamus, p. 3816.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.
3809.
Warehouses and warehousemen, pp.

3432, 3527.
Wharves and wharfingers, pp. 3468,
3528:
But legislative or municipal intent

not open to inquiry, p. 3530.
Discriminatory fees, p. 3529.
Distinction between tonnage duties

and wharfage, p. 3530.
Effect of surplus and disposition of

same, p. 3529.
General power of state to regulate

wharves, p. 3528.
Objectionable charge void, though
not proportioned according to
tonnage of vessel, p. 3531.
Powers of federal courts, p. 3532.
.Power to exact wharfage not to be
used as a subterfuge to impose
tonnage duty, p. 3530.
Private wharves not within rule as

to reasonableness, p. 3529.
Remedy for unreasonable regula-
tions, p. 3531.
Wharfage charge not void because
proportioned to tonnage, p. 3531.
Wharfage; power of state or city
to exact, p. 3529.
What constitutes commerce, pp. 3418-

3426.
When transportation completed, p. 3423.
Where goods remain in cars, p. 3426.
Where goods reshipped, p. 3425.
Where state line crossed, p. 3421.
White slave act, p. 3441.
Willfully, pp. 3608, 3621.
Witnesses:

Aid of courts, p. 3781.
Incriminating testimony, p. 3778.
Investigation and compelling at-
tendance of witnesses, p. 3603.
Power to compel witnesses to at-
tend, p. 3780.
Power to punish disobedience, p.

3780.
Production of documents, p. 3782.
Punishment for failure to obey or-
der, p. 3781.
Self-incrimination, p. 3778.

INTERVENTION

Control and regulation, p. 122.

INTOXICATING LIQUORS

Interstate and foreign commerce, pp.
3427, 3538.



INDEX.



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INTOXICATION

See "Drunkenness."

INVALIDS

See "Contriljutory Negligence."

INVITATION

See "Carriers of Passengers;"
"Contributory Negligence."

JETTISON

Carriers by water, pp. 3899, 4021.

JEWELRY

See "Baggage."

JOINDER OF ACTIONS

Delivery of carrier:

Joinder of action for failure to de-
liver, p. 582.

JOINDER OF CAUSES OF ACTION

Delay in transportation or delivery, p.
681.

JOINDER OF PARTIES

Connecting carriers, p. 3388.
Loss or injur)' to goods, p. 802.

JOINT CONTRACTS

Power to contract jointly or severallv,
p. 417.

JOINT LIABILITY

See "Connecting Carriers."
Palace and sleeping cars, p. 3228.

JUDGMENT

Connecting carriers, p. 3416.

Contempt, p. 127.

Delay in transportation or delivery, p.

698.
Delivery by carrier:

Actions for failure to deliver or
misdelivery, p. 603.
Injunction, p. 134.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."

JUDICIAL NOTICE

Overcharge, p. 1201.

JURISDICTION

Action for refusal to carry, p. 2.58.
Admiralty, p. 3917.
Carriers by water, p. 3917:

Proceedings to limit liability, p.
4072.
Connecting carriers, p. 3387.
Criminal law, p. 181.
Delivery by carrier:

Action for failure to deliver, p. '>^2.
Demurrage, p. 716.
Injunction, p. 133:

ICnforcement of rates, p. 133.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."
Loss or injury to goods, p. 800.
Overcharge, p. 1198.



KNOWINGLY, pp. 3608, 3621.

LABOR UNIONS

Interstate and foreign commerce, p.
3466.

LACHES

See "Limitation of Actions."

Bill of lading:

Laches of holder of bill, p. 559.
Carriers by water:

Proceedings to limit liability, p.
4074.
Injunction, p. 134.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

Proceedings before commission, p.

3776.
Proceedings in federal courts, p.
:;S2T.

LADING, BILLS OF

See "Bills of Lading."

LANDLORD AND TENANT

Carriers of passengers:

Liability of lessor, p. 2087:
General rule, p. 2087.
Lease illegal or ultra vires, p.

2088.
Leases under statutory author-
ity, p. 2088.
Lessor liable for negligence of

lessee, p. 2087.
Lessor's liability to its own

passengers, p. 2088.
Liability for indignities of fel-
low passengers, p. 2088.
Liability of lessor of steam-
boat, p. 2089.
Exemption from regulation bj^ charter

or statute, p. 64.
Liability of carrier for servants of les-
sors or lessees, p. 2077.

LARCENY

Deliver}' by carrier, p. 516.
Liability for failure to deliver, p. 516.
Lost or stolen bill of lading:
See "Bills of Lading."

LAST CLEAR CHANCE

Contributory negligence, p. 2369.

LATENT DEFECTS

Carriers of passengers, p. 1845.

LAY DAYS, p. 3967.

LEAKAGE

Limitation of lial)ilit3% p. 1021.
Loss or injury to goods, p. 7()6.

LEASE

Sec "Landlord and 'TiMiant."

LEGISLATURE.

See "Control and Regulation."

LEVEES

Interstate and foreign commerce, p.
3533.



4232



INDEX.



LIABILITY AS INSURER

See "Loss or Injury to Goods."

LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., pp. 27. 2499.

Actions, p. 2542.

Acts and omissions of servants and
third persons for which carriers
liable, p. 252.5:
Acts of postal employees_ in throw-
ing mail bags from train, p. 2527.
Acts of third persons, p. 2526.
Ejection:

See "Ejection of Passengers."
Lessee of privilege as servant, p.

2525.
Proximate cause of injury, p. 2525.
Scope of employment, p. 2526.
Alighting from train:

See infra, "Persons at Station to
Assist or Take Leave of Depart-
ing Passengers, or to Meet In-
coming Passengers."
Amendment, p. 2543.
Answer or plea, p. 2544.
Approaches:

Duties as to safety of station houses,
platforms and grounds:
See infra, "Duties as to Safety
of Station Houses, Platforms
and Grounds."
Persons at station to assist or take
leave of departing passengers,
or to meet incoming passen-
gers:
See infra, "Persons at Station
to Assist or Take Leave of
Departing Passengers, or to
Meet Incoming Passengers."
Boarding train:

See infra, "Persons at Station to
Assist or Take Leave of Depart-
ing Passengers or to Meet In-
coming Passengers."
Contributory negligence, p. 2536:

Alighting from moving train, p.

2539.
Alighting from train at place other

than station, p. 2539.
Crossing track in going to train to

meet a passenger, p. 2538.
Employees of carrier, p. 2536.
Falling off station platform after
seeing passenger aboard train, p.
2539.
Going on station platform to meet

a friend, p. 2539.
In general, p. 2536.
Leaving steamboat, p. 2540.
Of persons boarding train, car, or
boat to see or assist passengers,
p. 2539.
Of persons going to railroad depot

on business, p. 2541.
Of persons on station platform who

have no business there, p. 2541.
Of persons on train or car by in-
vitation or permission of carriers's
employees, p. 2541.
Of trespassers, p. 2541.



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., coiifd.
Contributory negligence, cont'd.

Persons boarding train, car, or boat
to see or assist passengers, p.
2539.
Persons going to station or train

to meet passengers, p. 2537.
Postal clerks, p. 2536.
Questions of law and fact, pp. 2548,

2549.
Riding upon open flat car, p. 2541.
Standing on station platform after
seeing passengers aboard train, p.
2538.
Stepping on lower tread of car
while encumbered with luggage,
p. 2539.
Who are trespassers, p. 2536.
Degree of care required:

See infra, "Duties as to Safety of
Station Houses, Platforms and
Grounds;" "Persons at Station to
Assist or Take Leave of Depart-
ing Passengers, or to Meet In-
coming Passengers."
Drunkenness, p. 2533.

Duties and liabilities as to persons on
trains, cars, etc., p. 2516:
See infra. "Persons at Station
to Assist or Take Leave of
Departing Passengers, or to
Meet Incoming Passengers."
Contributory negligence:

See infra, "Contrilnitory Negli-
gence."
Invitees and licensees, p. 2519:

Allowing child to ride in dan-
gerous place, p. 2524.
Child on tug boat, p. 2525.
Children entering street cars, p.

2524.
Children entering trains, cars,

etc., p. 2523.
Duty to give warning before

starting car, p. 2521.
General rules, p. 2519.
Illustrations, pp. 2519, 2520.
Lessee of privilege as servant,

p. 2525.
Licensees and invitees on street

cars, p. 2521.
Newsboys, p. 2524.
Persons having business on

train, p. 2520.
Persons on construction trains,

p. 2523.
Persons on hand car, p. 2522.
Persons on train in violation of

rules of carrier, p. 2521.
Proximate cause of injury, p.

2535.
Traffic policeman, p. 2525.
Volunteer, p. 2525.
Trespassers, p. 2516:

Acts done with knowledge of
child's presence making car-
rier liable, p. 2519.
Assumption of risk by tres-
passer, p. 2517.



INDEX.



4233



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., cont'd.
Duties and lial)ilities as to persons on
trains, cars, etc., cont'd.
Trespassers, cont'd.

Duty as to persons on cars left
standing near depot, p. 2517.
Duty of street railway com-
pany, p. 2517.
Duty owed in general, p. 2516.
Duty to give statutory signals

on starting, p. 2517.
Liability for negligence, p. 2510.
Trespassing children, p. 2518.
Duties as to safety of station houses,
platforms and grounds, p. 2499
Approaches, p. 2500.
Child loitering on platform, p. 2503
Duty as to safety of premises, p

2502.
Duty as to station platform, p. 2502
Duty owed to particular classes of

persons, p. 2501.
Duty owed to public at large, p.

2501.
Duty owed to trespassers, specta-
tors, loiterers and bare licen-
sees, p. 2502.
Duty to light platform, p. 2501.
Hackman, p. 2505.
In general, p. 2499.
Liability to spectator for gross neg-
ligence ol servants, p. 2503.
Operation of trains, p. 2501.
Ordinary care, p. 2499.
Passageways, p. 2500.
Passenger of other carrier using

same depot, p. 2504.
Person crossing station grounds, p.

2505.
Persons at station to assist or take
leave of departing passengers,
or to meet incoming passen-
gers :
See infra, "Persons at Station
to Assist or Take Leave of
Departing Passengers, or to
Meet Incoming Passengers."
Persons deviating from passage-
ways, p. 250G.
Persons having business with ex-
press company, p. 2503.
Persons having business with pas-
sengers, p. 2504.
Persons meeting incoming or speed-
ing departing passengers, p. 2506.
Persons patronizing restaurant on
premises of railroad company, p.
2505.
Persons posting mail or receiving

mail, p. 2504.
Platform, p. 2500.
Policeman, p. 2505.
Reasonable care as to person hav-
ing business with railroad com-
pany, p. 2499.
Statement rcfjuiring ordinary' care,

p. 2499.
Statement requiring same care as
for passenger, p. 2500.



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., cont'd.
Duties as to safety of station houses,
platforms and grounds, cont'd.
Steward of vessel lying at pier of

railroad company, p. 2504.
Throwing objects from car onto

platform, p. 2501.
Who are trespassers, p. 2503.
Ejection, p. 2527:

From railroad stations, p. 2528.
From railroad trains, p. 2528:

Authority to employees and lia-
bility of carrier for their acts,
p. 2529.
Brakeman has implied author-
ity to eject trespasser found
on car platform, p. 2530.
Carrier bound to exercise rea-
sonable care to avoid unnec-
essary injury, p. 2531.
Degree of care required to eject-
ing trespasser, p. 2531.
Drunkenness of trespasser no

defense, p. 2533.
Liability of carrier where brake-
man pushes trespasser from
train, p. 2530.
Liability of carrier where ejec-
tion is made in a reckless and
wanton manner, p. 2531.
Liability of carrier where tres-
passer is ejected from a mov-
ing train, p. 2532.
Liability of carrier where un-
necessary force is used, p.
2532.
Railroad company liable for
wrongful acts of conductor, p.
2530.
Right of carrier to call police

to eject trespassers, p. 2529.
Right ol" carrier to eject in gen-
eral, p. 2528.
Where trespasser may be

ejected, p. 2533.
Who are trespassers liable to
ejection, p. 2529.
From street cars, p. 2534:

Authority of employees and lia-
bility of carrier for their acts,
p. 2534.
Degree of care required in eject-
ing trespassers, p. 2534.
Lial)ility of carrier for ejection

of newsboys, p. 2535.
Liability of carrier where tres-
passer is ejected from moving
car, p. 2534.
Who are trespassers liable to
ejection, p. 2534.

Implied license to transact busi-
ness revocable at any time, p.
2 5 2 7 .

In general, p. 2527.

Right, p. 2527.
ICvidence, p. 2544:

Admissibility, p. 2544.

Weight and sufficiency, p. 2545.



4234



INDEX.



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., cont'd.

Grounds:

See infra, "Duties as to Safety of
Station Houses, Platforms, and
Grounds."
Hackman, p. 2505.
Instructions, p. 2549:

Charge on burden of proof, p. 2550.
Illustrations, pp. 2549, 2552.
Instructions on contributory negli-
gence, p. 2551.
Instructions on duty as to person
accompanying passenger, p. 2550.
Instructions on duty as to trespass-
ers, p. 2551.
Instructions on proximate cause, p.
2552.
Mail:

Persons posting mail or receiving
mail, p. 2504.
Master and servant:

See infra, "Acts and Omissions of
Servants and Third Persons for
Which Carriers Liable."
Meeting passengers at station:

See infra, "Persons at Station to As-
sist or Take Leave of Departing
Passengers, or to Meet Incoming
Passengers."
Persons at station to assist or take
leave of departing passengers, or
to meet incoming passengers, p.
2506:
Affording opportunity to leave train
or cars, p. 2510:
Assistance to enfeebled pas.-en-

ger, p. 2513.
Assumption that persons board-
ing train are passengers, p.
2512.
Duty as afifected by knowledge
of intention of person board-
ing train, p. 251:3.
Duty to give notice of starting,

p. 2512.
Duty to stop train, p. 2513.
General rule, p. 2510.
Holding train in absence of
knowledge of purpose in
boarding train, p. 2511.
Ignorance nf plaintiff's position
as displacing duty of ordinary
care, p. 2511.
Injuries in alighting, p. 2511.
Intention to get off not discov-
ered until after starting of
train, p. 2513.
Notice of purpose in boarding

train, p. 2514.
Not negligence to start train
before attendant has alighted,
p. 2511.
Right to assume that train will
stop for usual length of time,
p. 2514.
Right to rely on information by
employee as to time of stop,
p. 2515.
Sufficiency of notice, p. 2514.



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., cont'd.
Persons at station to assist or take
leave of departing passengers, or
to meet incoming passengers,
cont'd.

Contributory negligence:

See infra, "Contributory
Negligence."
Degree of care required, p. 2507.
Degree of care required as to sta-
tion, approaches, platforms,
etc., p. 2507:
Defects in platform, p. 2508.
Duty in general, p. 2507.
Failure to sufficiently light

premises, p. 2508.
Negligence in handling baggage,

p. 2509.
Person at station to bid ad'eu,

p. 2508.
Unsafe condition of road be-
tween depot and ferry land-
ing, p. 2508.

Degree of care required in general,

p. 2507.
Entering train or cars, p. 2509.
Right to enter, and care owed, p.

2509.

Right to enter premises, p. 2506.
Terminal company, p. 2507.
Petition, p. 2542.
Postal clerks:

Acts of postal employees in throw-
ing mail bags from train, p. 2527.
Platform:

See infra, "Duties as to Safety
of Station Houses, Platforms
and Grounds."
Persons at station to assist or take
leave of departing passen-
gers, or to meet incoming
passengers:
See infra, "Persons at Station
to Assist or Take Leave of
Departing Passengers, or to
Meet Incoming Passengers."
Pleading, p. 2542
Presumptions and burden of proof, p.

2544.
Principal and agent:

See infra, "Acts and Omissions of
Servants and Third Persons for
Which Carriers Liable."
Proximate cause, p. 2525
Questions for jury, p. 2546:

Capacitj^ of children to avoid dan-
ger, p. 2548.
Care as to persons on train, p. 2546.
Excuses for contributory negli-
gence, p. 2549.
Injuries inflicted in course of and
liability for manner of ejection, p.
2547.
Negligence, p. 2540.
Questions of contributory negli-
gence, p. 2548.



INDEX.



4235



LICENSEES, TRESPASSERS, IN-
TRUDERS, ETC., cont'd.

Station house:

See infra, "Duties as to Safety of
Station Houses, Platforms and
Grounds."
Taking leave of passengers:

See infra. "Persons at Station to
Assist or Take Leave of De-
parting Passengers, or to
Meet Incoming Passengers."
Third persons:

See infra, "Acts and Omissions of
Servants and Third Persons for
Which Carriers Liable."
Variance, p. 2544.
Verdict, p. 2552.

LICENSES

Interstate and foreign commerce, pp.
3550, 3568, 3573, 3577.

LIENS, p. 1132.

Baggage, p. 3167.
Bills of lading, p. 384.
Carriers by water:

See "Carriers by Water."
Charges:

See "Liens for Charges."
Demurrage, pp. 714, 3972:
See "Demurrage."
General rule, p. 714.
Illustration, p. 715.
Railroad commissions, p. 714.
Relinquishment of lien, p. 715.
Statutory provisions, p. 715.
Effect of lien on consignor's liability, p.

1149.
Freight:

See "Charges;" "Lien for Charges."
Interstate and foreign commerce:

Lien on vessel for services and ma-
terial, p. 3546.
Lien for freight:

See "Carriers by Water;" Liens for
Charges."
Lien of shipper against vessel:

See "Carriers by Water."
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1207:

Efifect of other lien against vendee,
p. 1218.

LIENS FOR CHARGES, p. 1153.

Actions:

Remedy for wrongful assertion of

lien, p. 1 170.
Suit to enforce lien, p. 11-0.
Advances for back charges, p. 1161.
Advertisement:

Advertisement and description of
goods when sold for freight, p.
1169.
Assignment for Ijcnefit of creditors, p.

1165.
Carrier as warehouseman:

Preservation of lien by storing
goods in warehouse, p. 1167.
Collateral contract, p. 1160.



LIENS FOR CHARGES, cont'd.
Connecting carriers, p. 1154:

Bill of lading providing for reship-

ment, p. 1154.
Freight and storage charges over

connecting line. p. 1161.
Goods missent, p. 1155.
Initial carrier mistaking rate, p.

1156.
Property of the government, ]>.

1157.
Right to lien, p. 1154.
Shipping directions disregarded by

initial carrier, p. 1155.
Transfer companies, p. 1157.
Debt not connected with carriage, p.

1160.
Demurrage, p. 1160.
Demurrage charges, p. 1160.
Discharge:

See infra. "Waiver or Discharge."
Effect, p. 1157.
Enforcement, p. 1167.
Extent of lien, p. 1159:

Agreed rate less than scheduled
charges under interstate com-
merce act, p. 1159.
Amount shown by bill of lading, p.

1159.
Charges for continuous transit on
successive lines, p. 1160:
Advances for back charges, p.

1161.
Collateral contract, p. 1160.
Debt not connected with car-
riage, p. 1160.
Demurrage, p. 1160.
Demurrage charges, p. 1160.
Freight and storage charges
over connecting line. p. 1161.
Lien not confined to carrier's
own charges for transporta-
tion, p. 1160.
Charges not connected with car-
riage, p. 1160.
Charges not covered by lien, p.

1160.
Mistake as to rate, p. 1160.
Freight and storage charges over con-
necting line, p. 1161.
Lien not confined tc carrier's own

charges for transportation, p. 1160.
Notice of sale, p. 1169.
Operation, p. 1157.
Perishable goods'

Sale of goods, p. 1168.
Personal privilege, p. 1157.
Preseivation of lien. p. 1167:

Delivery to consignee as agent of

carrier, p. 1165.
Storing goods in warehouse, p. 1167.
Subrogation or sul>stilution, p. 1167.

Priorities, p. 1 162:

Assignment for l)enefit of creditors,

p. 1165.
Bona fide purchasers, p. 1163.
Rights of owner of goods agai'.ist

wrongdoer, p. 1164.
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1162.



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LIENS FOR CHARGES, cont'd.

Property covered, p. 1157:

Agent violating instructions in

shipping goods, p. 1159.
Missent goods, p. 1159.
Property carried without authority,

p. 1157.
Property of the government, p.

1157.
Right to lien, p. 1153.
Sale of goods by carrier, p. 1107:

Advertisement and description of

goods, p. 1169.
At common law, p. 1167.
Damages for wrongful sale, p. 1170.
Manner of sale, p. 1168.
Notice, p. 1169.
Perishable goods, p. 1168.
Retention of freight, p. 1169.
Right to overplus, p. 1169.
Under statute, p. 1168.
Stipulation for lien, p. 1154.
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1162.
Subrogation, p. 1167.



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