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TABLE OF COMMODITIES IN CASES INVOLVING RATES

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BEER. Baltimore, Md., New York, N. Y., Norristown and Philadelphia, Pa.,

and Washington, D. C., to Virginia, 619. CANNED GOODS. Baltimore, Md., New York, N. Y., Philadelphia, Pa., and

Washington, D. C., from and to Virginia, 619. CLOTH, WIRE. York, Pa., to Suffolk, Va., 397. DAIRY PRODUCTS. Baltimore, Md., New York, N. Y., Philadelphia, Pa., and

Washington, D. C., from Virginia, 619 (621).
ENVELOPES. Massachusetts to New York and related destinations, 737 (738).
GREASES. Okmulgee and Ponca City, Okla., to Missouri, 465.
IRON ARTICLES. Baltimore, Md., from and to Pittsburgh, Pa., 651.

Lebanon, Pa., to New Jersey and New York, 611.
Oils, LUBRICATING. Okmulgee and Ponca City, Okla., to Missouri, 465.
STEEL ARTICLES. Baltimore, Md., from and to Pittsburgh, Pa., 651.

Lebanon, Pa., to New Jersey and New York, 611.
SUGAR. Baltimore, Md., to Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio, 651.

Baltimore, Md., and Philadelphia, Pa., to Virginia, 619 (621). 9 M. C. C.

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TABLE OF LOCALITIES IN CASES INVOLVING RATES

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Baltimore, Md., from and to---Pittsburgh, Pa. Iron and steel articles, 651.

Virginia. Beer, canned goods, sugar, and dairy products, 619. To Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio. Sugar, 651. Connecticut from and to New York and New Jersey. Class and commodity

rates, 737. Holyoke, Mass., to New York and related destinations. Envelopes, 737 (738). Lebanon, Pa., to New Jersey and New York. Iron and steel articles, 611. Massachusetts from and to New York and New Jersey. Class and commodity rates, 737.

To New York and related destinations. Envelopes, 737 (738). Missouri from Okmulgee and Ponca City, Okla. Lubricating oils and greases, 465. New Jersey from Lebanon, Pa. Iron and steel articles, 611.

From and to Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Class and

commodity rates, 737.
New York from-Lebanon, Pa. Iron and steel articles, 611.

Massachusetts. Envelopes, 737 (738).
From and to Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Class and

commodity rates, 737. New York, N. Y., from and to Virginia. Beer, canned goods, sugar, and dairy

products, 619. Norristown, Pa., to Virginia. Beer, 619. Ohio from Baltimore, Md. Sugar, 651. Okmulgee, Okla., to Missouri. Lubricating oils and greases, 465. Pennsylvania from Baltimore, Md. Sugar, 651. Philadelphia, Pa., from and to Virginia. Beer, canned goods, sugar, and dairy

products, 619. Pittsburgh, Pa., from and to Baltimore, Md. Iron and steel articles, 651. Ponca City, Okla., to Missouri. Lubricating oils and greases, 465. Rhode Island from and to New York and New Jersey. Class and commodity

rates, 737. Suffolk, Va., from York, Pa. Wire cloth, 397. Virginia from and to Baltimore, Md., New York, N. Y., Norristown and Phila

delphia, Pa., and Washington, D. C. Beer, canned goods, sugar, and dairy

products, 619. Washington, D. C., from and to Virginia. Beer, canned goods, sugar, and dairy

products, 619. West Virginia from Baltimore, Md. Sugar, 651. York, Pa., to Suffolk, Va. Wire cloth, 397.

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INDEX DIGEST

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ABANDONMENT.

Routes: See Routes (ABANDONMENT).
ACCESSORIAL SERVICES.

Following 4 M. C. C. 523, evidence of personal services, incidental to, but not
strictly a part of, a transportation service, was properly considered in determining
whether public convenience and necessity required the transportation to which
they were an adjunct. Tynes Contract Carrier Application, 699.
ACQUISITION OF CONTROL. See CoNSOLIDATION AND CONTROL.
ADEQUACY OF SERVICE. See SERVICE (ADEQUATE TRANSPORTATION).
ADJACENT FOREIGN COUNTRY. See FOREIGN COMMERCE.
ADMINISTRATIVE RULINGS. See also RULES OF PRACTICE.

Bureau of Motor Carriers: Rulings construed or cited:

Ruling No. 4: Consolidated Freight Lines, Inc., Contract Carrier Application,
305 (307).

Ruling No. 35: Caravans, Inc., Contract Carrier Application, 659 (660).
ADVANTAGES. See also COMPETITION.

Contract Carriers vs. Common: In the following cases, contract carriage of
various commodities was found to be better adapted to the needs of shippers than
was common-carrier service: Pomprowitz Extension-Indiana-Michigan, 301
(303); Rickerd Contract Carrier Application, 145 (148); Ryan Contract Carrier
Application, 537 (540)

Equipment, Types: See EQUIPMENT and various types of equipment.
Motor vs. Rail: Truck transportation of fuel oil to State hospital at St. Joseph,
Mo., was more advantageous than rail, since the hospital was located on a high
elevation and it would be expensive and impractical to build a railroad spur track
directly to it. Moreover, at certain times of the year shipments by rail would
require heating before unloading, whereas truck shipments could be loaded hot at
the refinery. Wyatt Contract Carrier Application, 178 (179).

The nature of household-goods moving business renders such rail facilities as
may be available inadequate to meet the requirements of shippers, and makes
necessary the proposed motor transportation. Harrell Common Carrier Appli-
cation, 413 (414).

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