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Preference to shipper in order of for-
warding goods — Cotton, p. 226.
Preference to shipper in order of for-
warding goods — General rules, p. 226.
Prepayment of charges, p. 234.
Presumptions and burden of proof, pp.

1191, 3649.
Privileges:

See "Exclusive Privileges."
Quantity, pp. 1186, 1187.
Quo warranto, p. 1190.
Railroads, p. 220.
Rates offered to meet competition or

secure customers, p. 1189.
Reasonableness, p. 1182.
Rebates, p. 1184.
"Rebilling rate," pp. 82, 91.
Remedies for discrimination in rates,

pp. 227, 1190.
Right to discontinue service to shipper,

p. 251.
Right to discriminate, p. 1175:
At common law, p. 1175.
Authority of station agent, p. 1183.
Eflfect of statutes generally, p. 1181.
Right to discriminate generally, p. 220.
Special contractual obligations, p. 222.
Spur tracks, pp. 225, 1189.



INDEX.



4271



PREFERENCES AND DISCRIMINA-
TIONS, COllfd.
Standard measure of uniformity in

rates, p. 83.
Through rates and local rates, p. 96.
Time, p. 1186.
Unjust or unreasonable discrimination,

pp. 220, 1182.
Unusual press of business:

Discrimination or granting privi-
leges, p. 248.
Unusual traffic conditions attending

upon a general coal strike, p. 97.
Usages and custom, p. 3635.
Warehouses and warehousemen:

Distribution of cars, p. 3646.
What circumstances will justify dis-
crimination, p. 95.
What constitutes an unlawful prefer-
ence or discrimination, p. 89.
What constitutes unjust discrimination,
p. 1183:
Conformity to published rates, p.

1183.
Drawbacks, p. 1184.
General rule, p. 1183.
Grant of exclusive advantage or

monopoly, p. 1184.
Question of fact or law, p. 1183.
Rebates, p. 1184.
Who are common carriers within the
rule prohibiting discrimination, p. 89.

PRESENTATION OF CLAIM

See '"Notice of Loss and Presenta-
tion of Claim."

PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF

Actions against carrier for breach of

contract, p. 462.
Act of God. pp. 3921, 4017.
Baggage, p. 3186:

Connecting carriers, p. 3182.
Bills of lading:

Presumption as to receipt of goods,

p. 318.
Presumption of assent from ac-
ceptance, p. 320.
Rebuttal of presumption of assent
from acceptance of bill, p. 320.
Carrier as warehouseman, p. 916.
Carriers by water:

See "Carriers by Water."
Carriers of Goods:

See "Carriers of Goods."
Carriers of live stock, p. 1450:

All presumptions rel)Uttable, p.

1451.
Authority of agent making con-
tract, p. 1452. •
Complaint stating two or more

causes of action, p. 1451.
Contracts and relation created be-
tween parties, p. 1452.
T'acilities for furnishing cars, p. 1451.
In general, p. 1450.



PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF, confd.
Carriers of live stock, cont'd.

Loss of or injury to live stock and

cause thereof, p. 1453
Negligence, p. 1454:

Burden of proving negligence
on shipper accompanying
stock, p. 1457.
Burden on carrier to excuse

delay, p. 1458.
Burden on carrier to prove that
it was not negligent, p. 1455.
Condition of car, p. 1455.
General rule, p. 1454.
Injuries from fire, p. 1455.
Shipper failing to accompany

stock as agreed, p. 1458.

Sickness of animals, p. 1455.

Presumptions created by statute, p.

1452.
Rebuttal, pp. 1451, 1453.
Time of injury, p. 1454.
Carriers of passengers:

See "Carriers of Passengers."
Charges:

Presumption that rates fixed are
reasonable, p. 124.
Commissions:

Presumption that rates fixed by
commission are lawful, just and
reasonable, p. 124.
Rules, orders, or findings of com-
mission presumed to be reason-
able and just, p. 123.
Common carriers:

Burden of proof that defendant is
a common carrier, p. 818.
Connecting carriers:

See "Connecting Carriers."
Contempt, p. 126.
Contributory negligence, p. 2285:
Assumption of risk, p. 2293.
Boarding and alighting from train
or street car, p. 2290:
Boarding or alighting from
moving train or car, p. 2290.
General rule, p. 2290.
Jumping from train, car or

coach, p. 2291.
Obeying order or direction of

conductor, p. 2291.
Train or car prematurely
started, p. 2290.
Doctrine placing burden on carrier,

p. 2286.
Doctrine placing burden on plaintiff,

p. 2285.
Elbow resting on rail at side of

street car, p. 2293.
Imputed negligence, p. 2294.
Incapacity to appreciate danger, p.

2293.
Instances, p. 2289.
Last clear chance, p. 2294.
Pleading held not to show contrib-
utory negligence as matter of
law, p. 2287.
Resisting ejection, p. 2293.



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INDEX.



PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF, cont'd.
Contributory negligence, cont'd.

Riding in wrong car or place not in-
tended for passengers, p. 2291:
Railway trains, p. 2291.
Riding on platform of street

car, p. 2292.
Standing in car, p. 2292.
Riding on platform of street car, p.

2292.
Standing in car, p. 2292.
Violation of carrier's rules, p. 2293.
Waiver of provision in stock pass,
p. 2293.
Criminal law, p. 182.
Delay in transportation or delivery, p.

689.
Delivery by carrier, pp. 587, 816.
Delivery to carrier, pp. 295, 587, 816.
Demurrage, p. 3973.
Ejection of passengers, p. 2662.
Evidence to rebut presumption of neg-
ligence arising from injury, p.
2838:
Contributory negligence, p. 2840.
General rules, p. 2838.
Illustrations, pp. 2838-2840.
Injury caused by another passen-
ger, p. 2845.
Injury caused by collision, p. 2844.
Injury caused by defective means

of transportation, p. 2840.
Injury caused by derailment, p.

2842.
Injury caused by negligent man-
agement of conveyance, p. 2842.
Injury caused by negligent setting
down passengers, p. 2842.
Injunction, p. 134.
Instructions, p. 3002:

Express reference to burden of

proof, p. 3006.
General rules, p. 3002.
Illustrations, pp. 3002-3008.
Must not authorize presumption of
negligence from mere fact of in-
jury, p. 3006.
Requisites of charge generally, p.
3003.

Interstate and foreign commerce:

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.
Interstate commerce:

Carmack amendment, p. 824.
Licensees, p. 2544.
Limitation of liability:

See "Limitation of Liability."
Loss or_ injury to goods, p. 815:

Actionable negligence, p. 817.

Act of God. p. 825.

Bill of lading not conclusive as to
condition of freight, p. 828.

Breakage, p. 823.



PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF, cont'd.

Loss or injury to goods, cont'd.

Carrier must prove itself not re-
sponsible, p. 820.
Condition of goods when received

b}' carrier, p. 828.
Defendant's burden of proof, p. 820.
Delivery to carrier, p. 816.
Delivery to carrier in good condi-
tion, p. 817.
Freight not accounted for, p. 823.
Loss during common-carrier pos-
session, p. 819.
Market value, p. 860.
Means of transportation, p. 827.
Nondelivery by carrier, p. 816.
Pajmient or tender of charges, p.

819.
Plaintiff's burden of proof in gen-
eral, p. 815.
Prima facie case, p. 815.
Presumption from failure to intro-
duce evidence, p. 827.
Public enemy, p. 825.
Shipment composed of several

classes of goods, p. 829.
That defendant a common carrier,

p. 818.
The Carmack amendment to the in-
terstate commerce act, p. 824.
\'alue of lost freight, p. 818.
When loss or injury occurred, p.

819.
Where shipper travels in charge of

shipment, p. 819.
Where transportation under special
contract, p. 829.
Mail clerks, p. 1576.
Market value, p. 860.
Negligence, pp. 817, 1079:

Carriers of passengers, p. 2666:

.\ct or omission of servant, p.

2674.
Assaults, p. 2701.
Assumption of unnecessary

burden by plaintiff, p. 2677.
Breaking down or overturning

of coach, p. 2692.
Carriage beyond destination, p.

2689.
Carrier must control agency in-
juring passenger, p. 2667.
Collision, p. 2696.
Connection between negligence

and injury, p. 2668.
Contract assuming risk or re-
leasing liability, p. 2703.
Derailment, p. 2693.
Duties and accommodation in

transit, p. 2689.
Duty to protect passengers

from third persons, p. 2701.
Effect of attempted explanation,

p. 2677.
Essential elements of actionable

negligence, p. 2667.
General and specific negligence

alleged, p. 2677.
General rule as to shifting of
burden, p. 2673.



INDEX.



4273



PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF, coitfd.

Negligence, cont'd.

Carriers of passengers, cont'd.
General rules, pp. 2666, 2668.
Gross negligence, p. 2702.
Injury from animals drawing

coach, p. 2693.
Injury resulting from passen-
ger's effort to escape, p. 2701.
Insults, p. 2701.
Jerks and jolts, p. 2690.
Management of vehicle, p. 2690.
Negligence presumed from un-
usual conditions, p. 2671.
No presumption from mere

injury, p. 2666.
Operation and effect of pre-
sumption, p. 2677.
Passengers on freight trains, p.

2702.
Passengers without reward, p.

2703.
Presumption arising from evi-
dence, p. 2668.
Presumption of negligence, p.

2668.
Putting ofT at wrong destina-
tion, p. 2689.
Rebuttable presumption, p.

2677.
Receiving and discharging pas-
sengers, p. 2686.
Roadbed and track, p. 2681.
Rules applied in particular case,

p. 2679.
Specific negligence, p. 2677.
Stations and stopping places, p.

2679.
Statute, p. 2676.
Vehicle, p. 2682.
Wantonness, p. 2702.
Willfulness, p. 2702.
Evidence to rebut presumption of
negligence arising from in-
jury:
See infra, "Evidence to Rebut
Presumption of Negligence _
Arising from Injury."
Notice, p. 588.

Notice of loss and presentation of
claim:
Breach of stipulation, p. 1116.
Carriers of live stock, pp. 1414. 1432.
Overcharge, p. 1201.
Packing:

Presumption that goods properly
packed, p. 757.
Palace cars and sleeping car compa-
nies, p. 3230.
Penalties:

See "Penalties for Violations of
Regulations."
Preferences and discriminations, pp.

1191, 3649.
Relation of carrier and passenger, pp.
2663, 2664:
Presumption arising from character
of vehicle, pp. 1542, 1553.
Rules and regulations of carriers, p. 198.



PRESUMPTIONS AND BURDEN OF
PROOF, cont'd.

Seaworthiness, p. 4031.
Stations and stopping places, p. 2679.
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1250.
Trespassers, p. 2544.

PRINCIPAL AND AGENT

See "Master and Servant."
Assault and battery:

See "Assault and Battery."
Authority of agent to receive goods, p.

277.
Baggage:

See "Baggage."
Bills of lading:

See "Bills of Lading."
Carriers of live stock:

See "Carriers of Live Stock."
Carriers of passengers:

False imprisonment and arrest:

See "False Imprisonment and
Arrest."
Liability for acts and omissions of
servants:
See "Carriers of Passengers."
Contracts:

See "Contracts."
Delivery:

See "Delivery."
Delivery by carrier, p. 542.
Delivery to agent of consignee, p. 542.
Delivery to agent of consignor, p. 546.
Demurrage, p. 712.
Ejection of passengers:

See "Ejection of Passengers."
False imprisonment and arrest:

See "False Imprisonment and Ar-
rest."
Insurance:

Power of agent of shipper to assent
to stipulation that insurance be
for benefit of carrier, p. 791.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

Criminal liability for act of agent, p.

3846.
Criminal liability of officers and
agents, p. 3852..
Limitation of liability:

Assent of agent of consignor, p.

994.
Instructions to carrier's agent, p.

1011.
Notice to agent of shipper, p. 1009.
Loss or injury to goods:

Negligence of agents, p. 770.
Negligence:

Negligence of agents, p. 779.
Notice:

Notice to agent of special circum-
stances demanding diligence in
delivery, p. 648.
Power of agent to make contract, p. 633.
Questions of law and fact:

Authority of agent, p. 869.
Relatif)n of carrier and passenger:

See "Relation of Carrier and
Passenger."
Invitation of agent, pp. 1548, 1554,
1557, 1569, 1587.



4274



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PRINCIPAL AND AGENT, cont'd.
Route, p. 502.
Station agent:

See "Station Agent."
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1218.
Taxation:

Tax on soliciting agent, p. 3569.
Tender and refusal of goods, p. 230.
Ticket agent:

See "Tickets and Fares."
Time contract, p. 633.
Trespassers:

See "Licensees, Trespassers, Intrud-
ers, etc."

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
SCHEDULES

See "Carriers of Passengers;" "In-
terstate and Foreign Commerce."

PRIVATE CARRIERS

Care required of, p. 726.
Carriers of passengers:

Degree of care required, p. 1717.
Common carriers:

Common carrier acting as private

carrier, p. 4.
Common carriers and private car-
riers distinguished, p. 3.
Power of common carrier to con-
tract as private carrier, p. 417.
Contract for cars, p. 446.
Limitation of liability:

Effect as rendering carrier a private
carrier, p. 1018.

PRIVATE CARS

Carriers of live stock, p. 1268.
Duty to receive and carry, p. 244.
Liability of carrier for goods shipped
on private cars, p. 774.

PRIVILEGES

See "Exclusive Privileges."

PROBABLE CAUSE

False imprisonment and arrest, p. 2063.

PROCESS

Interstate and foreign commerce, p.
3542.

PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS

Bill of lading, p. 829:

Necessity of producing bill of lad-
ing in action for nondelivery, p.
589.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

Proceedings before commission, p.
3782.

PROFITS

Damages:

Delay in transportation or deliverj',

pp. 659, 671, 677.
Loss or injury to goods, p. 858:
Profits as an element of damages,

p. 858.



PROPERTY

See "Title, Custody and Control oi
Goods."

PROXIMATE AND REMOTE CAUSE

Act of God, p. 734.

Baggage, p. 3144.

Carrier as warehouseman, p. 913.

Carriers of live stock, p. 1331:

Evidence showing proximate cause,
p. 1472.
Carriers of passengers:

See "Carriers of Passengers."
Contributory negligence, pp. 2113, 2114:

Alighting at place other than sta-
tion or platform, p. 2240.

Boarding moving car, p. 2151.

Instructions, p. 2379.

Riding in express car, p. 2211.

Riding on platform, p. 2175.
Ejection of passengers, p. 2415.
Instructions, p. 3000.
Licensees, trespassers, intruders, etc.,

p. 2525.
Loss or injury to goods:

Negligence ot carrier must be
proximate cause, p. 778.
Preponderance of evidence, p. 2779.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2911:

Carriers of passengers, pp. 2847,
2852.

PUBLIC ENEMY, p. 748.

Act of public enemy relieves carrier, p.
748.

Baggage, p. 3143.

Carriers by water, p. 3899;
Demurrage, p. 3954.

Carriers of live stock, p. 1309.

Carriers of passengers, p. 1681.

Delay in transportation or delivery, pp.
618, 619.

Demurrage, p. 3954.

Duties of carrier, p. 751.

Liability for act of public enemy, p. 748.

Liability for failure to deliver, p. 516.

Limitation of liability, pp. 953, 956.

Loss or injury to goods:
Burden of proof, p. 825.

Strikers, rioters, mobs and insurrection-
ists, p. 752.

Thieves and robbers, p. 751.

Who are public enemies, p. 750.

PUBLIC POLICY

See "Illegal Contracts;" Limitation
of Liability;" "Notice of Loss and
Presentation of Claim."
Carriers of passengers, p. 1503.
Limitation of liability:

See "Limitation of Liability."
Stoppage in transitu, p. 1208.

PUNITIVE DAMAGES

See "Exemplary Damages."

QUARANTINE

Accommodation of passengers, p. 3983.
Carriers of live stock, pp. 1293. 1312.
Delay in transportation or delivery, p.
620.



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4275



QUESTIONS OF LAW AND FACT

Action for refusal to carry, p. 261.
Actions against carrier for breach of

contract, p. 462.
Act of God:

What constitutes an act of God, p.
873.
Assault and battery, pp. 2868-2870.
Baggage, pp. 3130, 3194, 3239.
Bills of lading, p. 406.
Carrier as warehouseman:

Ordinary care, p. 912.

Reasonable time to remove goods,
p. 907.
Carriers by water, p. 3930:

Personal injuries, p. 4001.
Carriers of live stock:

See "Carriers of Live Stock."
Carriers of passengers:

See "Carriers of Passengers."
Change, p. 1604.
Children, p. 2867.
Connecting carriers, p. 3413:

Limitation of liability, p. 3368.
Contracts, p. 462.
Contributory negligence:

See "Contributory Negligence."
Criminal law, p. 183.
Damages:

Carriers of passengers, p. 2848.
Dead bodies, p. 1259.
Delay in transportation or delivery, p.

695.
Delivery by carrier, p. GOO.
Delivery to carrier, pp. 296, 868.
Demurrage, p. 717.
Drunkenness, p. 2866.
Ejection of passengers, p. 2849:

As to care exercised by plaintiff,
p. 2852.

Authority of carrier's employee, p.
2851.

Directing verdict, p. 2850.

Ejection from moving train or car,
p. 2856.

General rule, p. 2849.

Illustrations, p. 2852.

Kind of ticket purchased, p 2851.

Manner of ejection, p. 2855.

Nonsuit, p. 2850.

Place of ejection, p. 2854.

Proximate cause of injury, p. 2852.

Question for jury, p. 2849.

Questions as to carrier's regula-
tions, p. 2854.

Whether plaintiff was passenger, p.
2853.

Whether reasonal)le time given to
produce ticket or pay fare, p. 2851.

Whether ticket gave right to trans-
portation on certain train, p. 2851.
Elevators, p. 2883:

Management of elevators, p. 2901.
Licensees, p. 2546
Loss or injury to goods, p. 866:

General rules, p. 866.

Particular questions of law or fact,
p. 868.
4 Car— 74



QUESTIONS OF LAW AND FACT,

cont'd.
Master and servant:

Abusive and insulting language, p.

2868.
Acts of carrier's employees, p. 2867.
Authority of carrier's employee, pp.

2847, 2851.
Number and efificiency of employ-
ees, p. 2868.
Operation of street car without

conductor, p. 2869.
Repelling assault by passenger, p.
2868.
Merger, p. 453.
Negligence, pp. 1766, 2546:

Carriers of passengers, pp. 1713,
2846, 2856:
Determination of existence of

negligence, p. 2857.
Exemplary damage — Question
of gross negligence, p. 2861.
Illustrations, p. 2860.
Question of gross negligence
or willfulness or wantonness,
p. 2861.
Question of negligence held for

jury, p. 2859.
What constitutes negligence, p.

2856.
Where evidence conflicting, p.

2858.
Where evidence insufficient to

sustain verdict, p. 2858.
Whether presumption of negli-
gence rebutted, p. 2861.
Negligence of carrier, p. 869.
Negligence or wrong of shipper, p.

871.
Palace cars and sleeping car com-
panies, p. 3238.
Vehicles, p. 1823.
Notice:

Notice to consignee, p. 872.
Notice of loss and presentation of
claim :
Carriers of live stock, pp. 1416,

1433.
Reasonableness of lime allowed, p.
1096.
Overcharge, p. 1204.

Palace cars and sleeping car companies,
p. 3237:
In general, p. 3237.
Negligence and contributory negli-
gence, p. 3238.
Reasonableness of regulations, p.

3239.
Whether an article was Iniggage, p.
32:59.
Penalties for violations of regulations,
p. 175:
In actions for ])enalty for delay in

transportation of freight, p. 175.
In actions for penalty for discrim-
ination in freight rates, p. 175.
Principal and agent:

Authority of agent, p. 869.



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INDEX.



QUESTIONS OF LAW AND FACT,

cont'd.
Proximate and remote cause, p. 2911:
Carriers of passengers, pp. 2847,
2852.
Reasonable time:

Reasonable time for removal o£
goods, p. 872.
Relation of carrier and passenger, pp.
2853, 2863:
Illustrations, pp. 2863-2866.
In actions for breach of contract,

2853.
In actions for personal injuries, p.

2863.
Instances where question of exist-
ence of relationship held for jury,
p. 2863.
Person crossing trestle to reach

train, p. 28G4.
Person intending to take passage,

p. 2864.
Person leaving carrier's premises,

p. 2864.
Where evidence conflicting, p. 2863.
Whether passenger for hire, p.

2S66.
Whether reasonable opportunity
given to obtain ticket, p. 2S66.
Rules and regulations of carriers, pp.
196, 197, 2854:
Reasonableness of sleeping car
company's rule, p. 3239.
Speed, p. 2888:

General rule, p. 2888.
Illustrations, p. 2889.
Passing curve, p. 2889.
Station agent:

Authority of agent, p. 869.
Stations and stopping places, p. 2323.
Tickets and fares:

Keeping ticket office open. p. 1601.
Sufficiency of attempt to procure
ticket, p. 1601.
Title, custody and control of goods:

Plaintiff's title or ownership, p. 869.
Trespassers, p. 2546.

QUO WARRANTO

Enforcement of regulation, p. 117.
Preferences and discriminations, p. 1190.

RAILROAD COMMISSIONS

See "Commissions."

RAILROADS

See "Carriers of Goods;" "Carriers
of Live Stock;" "Carriers of Pas-
sengers;" "Connecting Carriers."
Carrier as warehouseman:

See "Carrier as Warehouseman."
Charges:

See "Charges."
Classification of railroads for purposes

of regulation, p. 43.
Collision:

See "Carriers of Passengers."
Common carriers, p. 4:

Lessee of railroad as common car-
rier, p. 5.



RAILROADS, cont'd.

Conduct of business in general, p. 30,
Congress:

Railroads incorporated under act of
congress, p. 36.
Control and regulation, pp. 20, 26, 30:
See "Control and Regulation.''
Charges:

See "Charges."
Definition under interstate commerce

act, p. 3607.
Duty to receive and carry, p. 210.
Express companies:

Duty as to express companies, p.

253.
Exclusive privileges to express

companies, p. 98.
Facilities and accommodations to
be furnished by railroad com-
panies to express companies, p.
108.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign
Commerce."
Taxation:

See "Taxation."
Loss or injury to goods, p. 767.
Right to make reasonable regulations,

p. 30.
Stations and stopping places:

See "Stations and Stopping Places."
Taxation:

See "Taxation."
Warehouseman :

See "Carrier as Warehouseman."
Warehouses:

Maintenance of warehouse, p. 32.

RAIN

Delivery by carrier, p. 534.

RATES

See "Charges."

Freight:

See "Charges."

REASONABLE DILIGENCE

See "Delay in Transportation or
Delivery."

REASONABLE CARE

See "Contributory Negligence."

REASONABLENESS OF CHARGE

See "Charges."

REASONABLENESS OF REGULA-
TIONS

See "Charges:" "Rules and Regula-
tions of Carriers."

REASONABLENESS OF RULES

See "Rules and Regulations of Car-
riers."

REASONABLE TIME

Carrier as warehouseman:

Instances of reasonable time, p.
. 904.



INDEX.



4277



REASONABLE TIME, confd.
Carrier as warehouseman, cont'd.

Instances of what is not reasonable

time, p. 906.
Question for court or jury, p. 907.
Reasonable time for removal of

goods, p. 90.3.
What is reasonable time, p. 903.
Where goods did not arrive on
time, p. 905.
Carriers of live stock, p. 1305.
Carriers of passengers:

To leave vehicle, p. 1532.
Delivery by carrier, p. 533.
Ejection of passengers:

To produce ticket or procure fare,
pp. 2429, 2435.
Notice of loss and presentation of

claim, pp. 1107, 1108.
Questions of law and fact:

Reasonable time for removal of
goods, p. 872.

REBATES, pp. 11*^4, 3608.

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."
Definition, p. 3608.

Interstate and foreign commerce, p.
3442.

RECEIPTS

See "Bills of Lading;" "Shipping
Receipts."
Baggage:

See "Baggage."
Delivery by carrier:

Receipt as constituting delivery, p.
525.
Evidence:

Bill of lading or receipt as evi-
dence, p. 295.
Receipt as evidence of contract, p.

428.
Limitation of liability:
Freight receipts, p. 962.
Notice on back of receipt or bill

of lading, p. 964.
Receipts of compress company, p.
963.
Loss or injury to goods:

Effect of receipt on right of action,
p. 799.
Right of carrier to require receipt be-
fore delivery, p. 518.
Tickets and fares:

Ticket as receipt, pp. 1612, 1613.

RECEIVERS

Carriers of passengers, p. 2089:

Liability of profits and income of
railroad, p. 2090.

Lial)ility of railroad after discharge
of receiver, p. 2090.

Liability of railroad in general, p.
2090.

Liability of receiver in official ca-
pacity, p. 2089.

Liability of servants of receivers,
p. 2078.

Personal liability of receiver, p.
2089.



RECEIVERS, cont'd.

Common carriers, p. 5.
Contracts, p. 421.
Duty to receive and carry, p. 213.
Loss or injury to goods, p. 769.

REFERENCE

Injunction, p. 134.
Overcharge, p. 1200.

REFRIGERATOR CARS, p. 449.
Duty as to icing, p. 786.
Duty to carry perishable goods in, p.

786.
Instructions, pp. 786, 787.

REGULATIONS

See "Control and Regulation;"
".Rules and Regulations."
Definition, p. 3607.

RELATION OF CARRIER AND PAS-
SENGER, p. 14S5.
Acceptance by carrier, p. 1555.
Boarding train not stopping at desti-
nation, p. 1545:
General rules, p. 1545.
Illustrations, p. 1546.
Boarding wrong train or car, p. 1543.
Cable cars, p. 1488.
Children, pp. 1562, 1565.
Circus:

Circus company employees, p.
1574.
Commencement of relation:

See infra, "When Relation of Car-
rier and Passenger Commences."
Conflict of laws, p. 1489:

Illustrations, pp. 1489-1491.
In general, p. 1489.
Lex loci delicti, p. 1491.
Part performance, p. 1400,
Performance of contract, p. 1489.
Personal injuries, p. 1491.
What law governs relationship, p.



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