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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.
JANUARY 17, 1902.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
Hon. MARTIN A. KNAPP, of New York, Chairman.
EDWARD A. MOSELEY, Secretary. 2
RATES ON PACKING-HOUSE PRODUCTS
RELATIVE RATES ON EXPORT WHEAT AND FLOUR.
Secret rates from Chicago to the seaboard.
Water competition as affecting wheat and flour rates.
Rates from Kansas City to the seaboard....
Conclusions from foregoing facts..
FORMAL PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE COMMISSION
HEARINGS AND INVESTIGATIONS...
CASES SETTLED AND DISCONTINUED
Discriminating rates on lumber.
Discrimination in rates for hauling private cars..
Unjust classification of furs.
Approval of schedules by Interstate Commerce Commission
Tariff rates and bill of lading rates....
Refusal to apply carload rates to carload shipments by collecting or for-
Furnishing cars to competing shippers ..
Relative rates from competing markets
Is transportation, passing through different States but beginning and
ending in the same State, subject to regulation by State or national
Federal common law-application of the common law to unjust rate dis-
CIVIL CASES PENDING IN THE COURTS.