Annual Report, Volumes 7-8

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Page 109 - Every railroad company in the State of Louisiana shall have the right, with its road, to intersect, connect with, or cross any other railroad, and shall receive and transport each other's passengers, tonnage, and cars, loaded or empty, without delay or discrimination. RULES GOVERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS. Baggage.
Page 12 - every Railroad Company in the State of Louisiana, shall have the right, with its road, to intersect, connect with, or cross any other railroad, and shall receive and transport each
Page 95 - telephone and telegraph charges, to correct abuses, and prevent unjust discrimination and extortion in the rates for the same, on the different railroads, steamboat and other water craft, sleeping car, express, telephone and telegraph lines
Page 96 - intentionally charge, demand, collect or receive from any person, firm or Corporation, a greater or less compensation for any service rendered by It, than it charges, demands or receives from any other person, firm or corporation, for doing a like and contemporaneous service, or shall violate any of the rates, charges, orders or decisions of said Commission, such railroad, steamboat or other water
Page 98 - East Feliciana, West Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, St. Helena, Livingston, Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Tammany and Acadia. The Third District shall comprise the parishes of Rapides, Vernon, Sabine, Grant, Natchitoches, Winn, Red River, DeSoto, Caddo, Bossier, Webster, Bienville, Concordia, Caldwell, Franklin, Tensas, Madison, Richland, Ouachita, Jackson, Lincoln, Union, Morehouse, East Carroll, West Carroll, Claiborne and Catahoula.
Page 325 - a shipment over two or more railroads or water routes, or any part of two or more roads or water routes, it shall be settled by the delivering carrier. If the overcharge is made on a shipment to a flag station, the demand may be made on the agent at. the regular station to which the same was billed.
Page 301 - Traffic Association for an advance of 2 1-2 cents per sack, on sugar, in sacks, denied. Order No. 418. Issued December 21. 1904. Petition of Bodenhelmer vs. ML & TRR & SS Co. for order requiring additional free time to be allowed for unloading cars loaded with sugar, consigned to New Orleans, denied. Order No.
Page 274 - Order No. 68. Issued May 25, 1900. Rate of 25 cents per bale established on cotton between Opelousas and Lafayette. Order No. 72. Issued May 30, 1900. Rate of 25 cents per bale established on cotton, from Opelousas to Lafayette. Order No. 74. Issued June 29, 1900. Rates on cotton established from points on
Page 381 - so as to prevent any increase In rates without the consent of the Commission; also prohibiting the removal of instruments without the Commission's consent, except for non-payment of bills; also prohibiting telephone companies from hindering subscribers in the enjoyment of telephone service except for non-payment of bills. Order No. 50. Issued March 20, 1900.
Page 397 - trains at Bowie was due to an error of instructions during a time when the confusion due to moving the offices of the company existed. Order No. 272. Issued March 12, 1903. Complaint against LV Cooley and Steamer "America" for violation of rules, dismissed. No violation found. Order No. 284. Issued June 26, 1903.

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