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Page T. Roberts & Sons, Inc., Common Carrier Application...

822 Truck Transport, Inc., Extension of Operations.--

801 Truesdell, R. F., Extension of Operations.--------

808 T. S. C. Motor Freight Lines Extension of Operations.--

818 Tucker, L. A., Truck Lines, Inc., Extension of Operations...

807 Turner, McDuff, Extension of Operations-Augusta, Ga... Turner's, Dick, Motor Express, Inc., Contract Carrier Application. Tuso, Nicholas, Jr., Common Carrier Application..--.

871 Tutt, Paul J., Common Carrier Application --

844 Union Van Line, Inc., Broker Application—New York, N. Y..

928 United States Trucking Corp. Contract Carrier Application.

841 Unloading Paper and Paper Products in Transit--

874 Unusual Bulk, Weight, Dimensions in New England.-

876 Val, Manuel, Common Carrier Application ------

855 Valley Motor Lines, Inc., Extension of Operations (MC-936 (SubNo. 4))--Extension of Operations MC-936 (Sub-No. 14))---

879 Van Beekum, C. J., Extension of Operations---New Mexico.---

914 Vance, Robert A., Bolte, Lawrence J., and, Extension of Operations St. Louis Commercial Zone.--

---------Vance Trucking Co. Inc. Extension of Operations-Georgia --

916 Van Der Hagen, William, and Welsh, Walter J., Common Carrier Appli

cation.Vanderpol, John, and Vanderpol, Gus, Extension of Operations.--------- 848 Vermont Transit Co., Inc., Extension of Operations-Chester and Weathersfield.

897 Virginia Motor Transport Corp. Common Carrier Application.

821 Vollmer, Charles H., Common Carrier Application ----

810 Contract Carrier Application.

810 Von Der Ahe, Russell, Common Carrier Application -

844 Wahl, Wm. G., Wythe, J. Hills, Hoerler, R. E., and, Common Carrier Application.------

821 Wallingford, C. Earl, Common Carrier Application.

827 Extension of Operations-California..

899 Walls, John, Common Carrier Application ------

870 Walsh, E. R., Common Carrier Application...

927 Warco Service, Inc., Common Carrier Application...

904 Warner Co., Inc., Extension of Operations-Massachusetts

905 Warren Cartage Co. Common Carrier Application.

840 Warren, S. E., Common Carrier Application ----

921 Warwick-Greenwood Lake & New York Stages, Inc., Common Carrier Application.-.---Extension of Operations.-

863 Way, A. W., Exemption Application...

853 Weber, Albert H., Contract Carrier Application --Weber Drayage & Warehouse Co., Contract Carrier Application -

861 Weeks, Seth A., Extension of Operations—Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.

923 Weimar Storage Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application.------

841 Weinland, Dwight, Common Carrier Application ----

833 Welch, H. P., Co., Extension of Operations—Chelsea and Boston, Mass.Derry, Exeter, and Pittsfield, N. H..

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Wells Truckways, Ltd., Extension of Operations-Livestock..
Welsh, Stuart, Common Carrier Application -----

Extension of Operations-Alabama.--
Welsh, Walter J., Van Der Hagen, William, and, Common Carrier Appli-

cation --
Wentz, Marshall H., and Wentz, Alma C., (Successors to City Exp.,

Inc.) Contract Carrier Application ------
Werner Transp. Co. Common Carrier Application (MC-8600)...

Common Carrier Application (MC-8600 (Sub-No. 1))----
West, Wirfield Alfred, Extension of Operations-Fleetwood, Pa..
Westchester Van & Storage Co., Inc., Extension of Operations—Rahway,

N. J.----------
Westerfield, E. S., Extension of Operations—Dumas and Stinnett, Tex
Weston Trucking & Forwarding Co., Inc., Extension of Operations...
Whalen, John H., Extension of Operations-Camden, N. J.----
Wheeler, Harry Wilson, Extension of Operations— York.
Whisenant, John, Common Carrier Application.----------
White, Armin H., Common Carrier Application ----
White, Bernard L., Extension of Operations—Wisconsin. Alternate Route
White, Bradley, Common Carrier Application.---..
White, Harley, and White, Harry. Extension of Operations
White, Harry, Common Carrier Application.------
White, Harry F., Common Carrier Application --------
White, L. E., Common Carrier Application.--------
White's Exp. & Transfer, Inc., Common Carrier Application
White's Exp. Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application ------
Whitworth, Isaac Eugene, Contract Carrier Application.----
Wichita Forwarding Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application.
Wiley, Austin, Contract Carrier Application.--------
Wilhelm, Charles Andrew, Extension of Operations—Laporte ---
Will, Gerald, Rudy, Richard, and, Extension of Operations.
Willey, Geroge A., Extension of Operations—Packing-house Products..--
William Beekley Refrigerator Truck Service Common Carrier Application.
Wm. McCullough Transp. Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application...
Williams Feed & Transfer Co. Extension of Operations—Kentucky-.
Willets, William Washburn, Extension of Operations-Maine...
Willis, Marvyn C., Common Carrier Application ------
Wilson, Harry B., Common Carrier Application..-----
Wilson Freight Forwarding Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application
Wilson, Little, Deats &, Contract Carrier Application.-----
Wilson Motor Lines, Inc., Common Carrier Application..

Extension of Operations—Ohio.------
Wilson Truck Co., Inc., Common Carrier Application.

Extension of Operations.-------

Extension of Operations-St. Louis Area.----
Wilson, William, Extension of Operations — Wheatfield.
Wolverine Exp., Inc., Common Carrier Application..----

Extension of Operations—Ohio.------ ---------
Wood Trucking Co., Inc., Contract Carrier Application.
Woodie, E. O., Extension of Operations-New Operation..

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W. R. Arthur & Co., Inc., Contract Carrier Application ----

Extension of Operations.

Extension of Operations-Auto Show Equipment.--
Wyatt, Clarence, Extension of Operations-Airport---
Wythe, J. Hills, Hoerler, R. E., and Wahl, Wm. G., Common

Application.---------------------
Yagoda, Irving, Extension of Operations-Household Goods.
Young, John A., Common Carrier Application.-----------
Young, William A., Extension of Operations--Massachusetts Point
Youngblood, J. N., Common Carrier Application.-----
Zaccardo, Joseph L., Common Carrier Application.-----
Zane Transit Co. Extension of Operations—Wooster----
Zephyr Van Lines, Inc., Common Carrier Application...
Zimmer, Andrew E., Common Carrier Application.....
Zimmerman Trucking Service, Inc., Contract Carrier Application.
Zohlman, John A., Extension of Operations.-----

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SION REPORTS, UNDER PARTS I, III, AND IV OF THE
INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT, WHICH INVOLVE ALSO
ISSUES UNDER PART II OF THE ACT.

April 7, 1941, to May 31, 1943, inclusive

Wood Towing Corp. Applications, 250 I. C. C. 170; Union Barge Line Corp.
Applications for Certificate, Permit, and Exemptions, 250 I. C. C. 249 (266); Cornell
Steamboat Co., Contract Carrier Application, 250 I. C. C. 301 (309). Status under
sec. 303 (f) (2), (g) (1), of transportation performed by water carrier within
limits of harbors for carriers subject to parts I, II, or III.

Cornell Steamboat Co., Contract Carrier Application, 250 I. C. C. 301 (312); 577
(586). Jurisdictional position under parts I, II, and III, between points in a
State through another State.

Strittmatter Common Carrier Application, 250 1. C. C. 639. Status of common
carriers under parts II and III of the act.

Acme Fast Freight, Inc., Freight Forwarder Application, 250 I. C. C. 747 (750).
Inapplicability of "grandfather clause" of secs. 206 and 209 of part II to carriers
subject to part IV.

Oleomargarine, Chicago & Indianapolis to Kansas City, 255 I. C. C. 543. Con-
solidated proceedings under parts I and II, which involved the lawfulness of pro-
posed rail rates on oleomargarine and the investigation of truck rates on the same
commodity.

42 M. C. C.

INDEX OF COMMODITIES IN CASES INVOLVING RATES

[Numbers in parentheses following citations indicate pages on which commodities are considered.]
Asphaltum, 729; Automobiles, 489; Bags and bagging, 506 (512); Bands, plate,
716; Batteries and parts, 506 (511); Bicycles, 442; Boots, 90; Boxes, battery, 704;
Broomcorn, 597; Cabinets, radio, 419; Cable, 506 (511); Cadmium, metallic, 361;
Canned goods, 302; Cheese, 607; Cigarettes, 1; Coating, chocolate, 361; Compound
flavoring, bottler's, 87; Compound, foundry core, liquid, 94; Cotton piece goods,
unfinished, 542; Couches, metal, 99; Cylinders, empty, and parts, 447; Dairy
products, 607; Engines, internal-combustion and steam, 94; Fruits, canned, 704;
Gas, 447; Gases, compressed, 361; Gasoline, 556; Implements, agricultural, 597;
Iron articles, 747; Iron products, 597; Joiner work, 742; Juices, fruit, unfermented,
87; Liquors, alcoholic, 241; Lumber, 395; Macaroni products, 704; Nuts, edible,
506 (512); Oils, bituminous, 729; Oleomargarine, 302; Outfits, gas-, oil-, and water-
well, 506 (512); Paper, finished and waste, 31; Papers, cigarette, 1; Peanuts,
shelled, 506 (511); Petroleum and products, 391; Phosphate, trisodium, 407; Pipes
(tobacco), 1 (2); Plants, farm-lighting, 506 (511); Rings, plate, 716; Rivets, iron
and steel, 716; Seeds, 481; Shades, window, and materials, 506 (511); Shoes, 90;
Sign, neon electric, 103 (106); Sodium hypochlorite solution, 55; Spelter, 597;
Spools, ribbon-winding, metal, 716; Springs, bed, compressed, 99; Steel articles,
747; Steel products, 597; Sugar, 161, 373; Supplies, gas-, oil-, and water-well, 506
(512); Tar, road-building and road-oiling, 729; Tobacco, 1; Tools, mechanic's
hand, 103 (106); Tractors, 94; Trailers and trucks, 489; Twine, binder, 368;
Vegetables, canned, 704; Wines, 241; Wire, 506 (511); Wool, in the grease, 107;
Wool, mineral, 689; Zinc, 597.

INDEX OF LOCALITIES IN CASES INVOLVING RATES

[Numbers in parentheses following citations indicate pages on which localities are considered.)
Albany, N. Y., 704; Ambrose, N. Dak., 489; Asheville, N. C., 99; Atlanta, Ga.,
99; Augusta, Kans., 556; Baltimore, Md., 90, 373, 442, 742; Bartlesville, Okla.,
361; Beatrice, Nebr., 597; Binghamton, N. Y., 704; Blackfoot, Idaho, 589; Boise,
Idaho, 589; Boston, Mass., 90; Buffalo, N. Y., 31, 481; California, 90; Center,
Colo., 556; Central territory, 241, 513, 607; Chester, Pa., 742; Chicago, Ill., 94,
361, 506 (511), 542, 612, 747; Cincinnati, Ohio, 302; Claymont, Del., 407; Cleve-
land, Ohio, 361; Colgan, N. Dak., 489; Colorado, 597; Columbus, Ga., 87; Con-
necticut, 241, 689, 729; Dallas, Tex., 361, 506 (511); Detroit, Mich., 361, 747;
District of Columbia, 373; Duluth, Minn., 368, 489; Durham, N. C., 1; East
Providence, R. I., 729; East St. Louis, Ill., 361; Enid, Okla., 361; Fairfield, Nebr.,
528; Fargo, N. Dak., 481, 489; Fort Worth, Tex., 361; Georgia, 302; Glenvil,
Nebr., 528; Grand Forks, N. Dak., 481; Griffin, Ga., 302; Hall, N. Y., 704; Hart-
ford, Conn., 90, 729; Hastings, Nebr., 528; Henryetta, Okla., 361; Houston, Tex.,
171; Hugo, Okla., 506 (511); Idaho, 391; Idaho Falls, Idaho, 589; Illinois, 241,
425, 506 (512); Indiana, 425, 481, 506 (512); Iowa, 241, 425, 597; Jersey City,
N. J., 407; Kansas, 161, 597; Kansas City, Mo., 212, 506 (511, 512), 597, 612;
Kansas City, Mo.-Kans., 597; Kearney, N. J., 742; Kentucky, 425; Lancaster,
Pa., 425; Las Vegas, Nev., 103; Lebanon, Pa., 704; Leominster, Mass., 419;
Lincoln, Nebr., 597; Little Ferry, N. J., 123; Los Angeles, Calif., 103, 612; Louis-
iana, 171; Louisville, Ky., 55; Marcus Hook, Pa., 407; Mariners Harbor, Staten
Island, N. Y., 742; Maryland, 241; Massachusetts, 241, 689, 729; Michigan, 425;
Middletown, N. Y., 704; Milbank, S. Dak., 368; Milwaukee, Wis., 94, 361, 506
(512), 612; Minneapolis, Minn., 107, 368, 481, 489; Minnesota, 107, 241, 425, 607;
Missouri, 161, 425; Montana, 391, 489; Monte Vista, Colo., 556; Montezuma,
Ga., 302; Newark, N. J., 742; Newburgh, N. Y., 447; New England territory, 241,
607, 633; New Haven, Conn., 704, 729; New Jersey, 241, 442; New Orleans, La.,
171; New York, 241; New York, N. Y., 90, 419; North Bergen, N. J., 447; North
Carolina, 542; North Claymont, Del., 407; North Dakota, 107, 391, 489, 607;
Norwalk, Conn., 729; Norwich, Conn., 729; Oglethorpe, Ga., 302; Ohio, 241, 425,
481; Oklahoma, 94, 506 (512), 513, 597; Omaha, Nebr., 612; Oregon, 90; Paramus,
N. J., 123; Pennsylvania, 241, 395, 442; Philadelphia, Pa., 1, 90, 395, 742; Pitts-
burgh, Pa., 1, 31, 481; Pocatello, Idaho, 589; Portland, Oreg., 225, 612; Pough-
keepsie, N. Y., 704; Providence, R. I., 704, 729; Reading, Pa., 704; Reidsville,
N. C., 1; Revillo, S. Dak., 368; Rhode Island, 689; Rittman, Ohio, 31; Rochester,
N. Y., 704; Rocky Ford, Colo., 161; Rosslyn, Va., 373; St. Louis, Mo., 55, 361,
506 (511, 512), 612; St. Paul, Minn., 107, 368, 489; Salt Lake City, Utah, 589,
612; San Francisco, Calif., 612; Schenectady, N. Y., 704; Seattle, Wash., 612;
South Carolina, 542; South Dakota, 107, 597, 607; South Kearney, N. J., 742;
South Plainfield, N. J., 689; Southwestern destinations, 87; Sparrows Point, Md.,
742: Spokane, Wash., 612; Springfield, Mass., 729; Stamford, Conn., 729; Staten
Island, N. Y., 742; Stillwater, Minn., 368; Sugar City, Colo., 161; Swink, Colo.,
161; Tacoma, Wash., 612; Texas, 171, 506 (511, 512), 513; Trunk-line territory,
241, 607, 633, 716; Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 607; Utica, N. Y., 704; Victor,
N. Y., 704; Waco, Tex., 361; Washington, 90; Washington, D. C., 442; Water-
town, Mass., 704; Waynesboro, Va., 742; Westfield, Mass., 442; Wichita Falls,
Tex., 94; Wilmington, Del., 442, 742; Winston-Salem, N. C., 1; Wisconsin, 425,
607; Wyoming, 391; Zebulon, Ga., 302.

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