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United States. 49th Congress, 1st session. House report no. 902.

Interstate commerce. Report from the Committee on
commerce.
Mar. 8, 1886. 3 pp.

8°.

House report no. 902, pt. 2. Same. Views of the minority. Apr. 9, 1886. 3 pp. 8°.

49th Congress, 2d session. Senate. Conference report on the

amendment of the House to the bill (S. 1532) “ to regulate commerce.” Dec. 15, 1886. 10 pp. 89. (49th Congress, 2d session. Senate miscellaneous document no. 12.)

51st Congress, 1st session. Senate report no. 847. Report by

Mr. Cullom, from the Committee on interstate commerce.
May 2, 1890. 671 pp. 8o.
On the transportation interests of the United States and Canada,

with reference to Canadian ownership or control of railroad lines
located in the United States, and the diversion of commerce to
Canadian lines, etc.

Senate report no. 829. Report of the Select com-
mittee on the transportation and sale of meat products.
May 1, 1890. 40 pp. 8o.
Bound with this is: Testimony taken by the Select committee of the

United States Senate on the transportation and sale of meat prod-
ucts. 1889. 615 pp. Folded sheet. 8o.

52d Congress, 2d session. House report no. 3278. Alleged

coal combination. Report of Committee on interstate and foreign commerce. Jan. 18, 1893. viii, (2), 261 pp. 8o. Testimony taken in regard to the alleged combination of the Phila

delphia and Reading railroad company and other railroad and canal companies and producers of coal, pp. 1-261.

53d Congress, 3d session. Senate. Committee on interstate

commerce. Hearings before the Committee on interstate commerce, U. S. Senate, in relation to the bill (S. 3577) to amend an act entitled “An act to regulate commerce," approved February 4, 1887. Washington: Government printing office, 1895. 30 pp. 89.

(53d Congress, 3d session. Senate miscellaneous document no. 126.)

54th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 115. Letter

from the Interstate commerce commission, transmitting, the oral testimony taken by the Interstate commerce commission in the investigation of grain rates at Missouri river points. February 8, 1897. 531 pp. 89.

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United States. 55th Congress, 1st session. Senate. Committee on

interstate and foreign commerce. Act to regulate commerce. Report, hearings, and arguments in regard to amendment to “Act to regulate commerce,” relating to railway pools. April 15, 1897. 179 pp. 89. (55th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 39.)

Committee on interstate commerce. Hearing in relation to the agreement of the Joint traffic association. Washington: Government printing office, 1897. 35 pp. 8°.

(55th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 64.)

Senate document no. 98. Uniform classification of freight. Letter from the Secretary of the ninth annual convention of railroad commissioners, transmitting copy of report of the committee on uniform classification of freight. May 25, 1897. 6 pp. 80.

Senate report no. 151. Limiting the effect of regulations of commerce between the states, etc. Report from the Committee on interstate commerce. June 14, 1897. 5 pp. 89.

55th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 43. Amend

ments to interstate-commerce law. Memorial of L. B. Boswell, of the Quincy (111.) freight bureau, relative to proposed amendments to the interstate-commerce law. Jan. 5, 1898.

5 pp. 80.

56th Congress, 1st session. Senate. Committee on interstate

commerce. Hearing before the Committee on interstate commerce of the United States Senate (Dec. 17, 1896) in relation to the agreement of the Joint traffic association. June 1, 1900. 33 pp. 89. (56th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 424.)

Report of hearing before the Committee on interstate commerce on the bill (S. 1770) contemplating the nationalization of the railways of the United States. May 31, 1900. 59 pp. 8°.

59 pp. 8°. (56th Congress, ist session. Senate document no. 420.)

Senate document no. 409. Alleged violations of the interstate-commerce law. Open letter, addressed to Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan. May 26, 1900. 2 pp. 8o.

United States. 57th Congress, 1st session. Senate. Committee on

interstate commerce. Railway freight rates and pooling.' Hearings before the Committee on interstate commerce, United States Senate, having under consideration the bills (S. 3521) “To enlarge the jurisdiction and powers of the Interstate commerce commission,” introduced in the Senate February 4, 1902, by Mr. Elkins; and (S. 3575) "To amend an act entitled "An act to regulate commerce,' approved February 4, 1887, and all acts amendatory thereof," intro

duced February 5, 1902, by Mr. Nelson. Vol. 1. Washington: Government printing office, 1902. xix, (1), 210 (2), 28 pp. 89. The appendix of 28 pp. has separate title-page: The Act to regulate

commerce as amended, together with acts supplementary thereto. Washington: Government printing office, 1895.

57th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 73. Reply of

the Attorney-general dated January 3, 1903, to a communication dated December 20, 1902, from the Hon. George F. Hoar, chairman of the Committee on the judiciary, United States Senate. Sherman anti-trust law, and list of decisions relating thereto. Also an address delivered by Philander C. Knox on the commerce clause of the Constitution and the trusts, at Pittsburg, Pa., October 14, 1902. Washington: Government printing office, 1903. 50 pp. 80.

Senate document no. 147. Bills and debates in Congress relating to trusts. Fiftieth Congress to Fifty-seventh Congress, First session, inclusive. Prepared by direction

of the Attorney-General. Washington: Government printing office, 1903. vi, 1113 pp. 40.

Edited by James A. Finch, librarian of the Department of Justice.

Senate document no. 207. Letter from the chairman of the Interstate commerce commission, transmitting, a report showing rates filed with said commission by common carriers subject to the act to regulate commerce on import and domestic traffic of like kind carried between ports of entry in the United States to interior points which show material differences, if any, in favor of through shipments of imported articles, etc.; also showing actual rates applied during the first six months of 1902 on import and domestic traffic as distinguished from the published or tariff rates,

etc. March 2, 1903. 34 pp. 8o. 32016-04

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United States. 57th Congress, 2d session. House report no. 3375.

Bill requiring returns from corporations, prohibiting rebates, etc. Report from the Committee on the judiciary, January 26, 1903. 36 pp. 80.

House report no. 3375, pt. 2. Same. Views of the minority. January 29, 1903. 8 pp. 8o.

House report no. 3375, pt. 3. Same. Views of
R. Wayne Parker. January 31, 1903. 4 pp. 8o.
House report no. 3375, pt. 4.

Same. Views of
R. M. Nevin. January 31, 1903. 2 pp.

8o. House of Representatives. Hearing before the subcommittee on trust legislation. Dec. 13-16, 1902. 67 pp. 8o. Caption-title.

S. 6659. A bill for the regulation of trusts and corporations engaged in international or interstate commerce. 10 pp. 40. Introduced by Mr. Hoar, Dec. 17, 1902; read twice and referred to

the Committee on the judiciary. Congress. House. Committee on interstate and foreign com

Hearings before the Committee [April 8–
June 17, and February 4, 1902] on the bills to amend the
interstate commerce law (H. R. 146, 273, 2040, 5775, 8337,
and 10930).
Washington: Government printing office, 1902. 573 pp. 89.

Running title: Interstate-commerce law.
Department of commerce and labor. Bureau of statistics.

Trunk line traffic and differential rates. Including tables
of traffic receipts and shipments, and freight rates on grain,
flour, provisions and live stock from interior cities to sea-
board.

(In Monthly summary of commerce and finance, no. 10, series 1903–

1904, April, 1904, pp. 3959–4006. Washington, 1904. 4o.) Department of state. Report on the relations of the govern

ments of the nations of Western Europe to the railways, prepared by Simon Sterne. Feb. 17, 1887. 45 pp. 8o. (49th Congress, 2d session. Senate miscellaneous document United States. Interstate commerce commission. Annual reports.

no. 66.) Industrial commission. Reports. Washington: Government printing office, 1900–1902. 19 vols. Maps. Facsimiles. Tables. Diagrams. 80. Vols. 4 and 9 are devoted to transportation and include evidence on

the government ownership of railroads. In the final report of the Commission, vol. 19, pp. 481-484, recommendations on the subject of transportation are made. Vols. 12 and 17 are partly concerned with the subject.

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1-17. Washington: Government printing office, 1887-1903. 17 vols. 80.

Changes in transportation charges, etc. Letter transmitting statement respecting cases in which it has ordered any change in transportation charges, in the classification of freights, or in practices affecting such charges, as directed by resolution of the Senate adopted March 18, 1896. Dec. 21, 1896. 36 pp. 89. (54th Congress, 2d. session. Senate document no. 30.)

Complaints against railroad companies. Letter from the Chairman of the Interstate commerce commission transmitting a statement of complaints made to it against railroad companies. April 30, 1900. 6 pp. 8o. (56th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 319.)

Joint traffic association. Letter from the Interstate commerce commission, transmitting, so much of the testimony taken by the commission in the proceedings known as the New York produce exchange case and the grain investigation case of 1897 as relates to the Joint traffic association agreement and any action thereunder in the pooling traffic or otherwise. Feb. 11, 1898. 160 pp. 89. (55th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 133.)

Letter from the Interstate commerce commission, transmitting the oral testimony taken by the Interstate commerce commission in the investigation of grain routes at Missouri river points. Feb. 8, 1897. 531 pp. 8o. (54th Congress, 2d session. Senate document no. 115.)

National association of railway commissioners. Proceedings. Washington: Government printing office, 1889–1901. 13 vols. 8°.

Railways in the United States in 1902. [Pts. II, IV, V.] Washington: Government printing office, 1903. 3 vols. 40.

Pt. II. A forty-year review of changes in freight tariffs. Prepared

by the auditor of the Commission. Pt. IV. State regulation of railways. Prepared by the statistician

to the commission.
Pt. V. State taxation of railways and other transportation agencies.

Prepared by the statistician to the commission.
Supreme court. United States v. Trans-Missouri freight

association. Decision rendered March 22, 1897. 47 pp.
8o. (55th Congress, 1st session. Senate document no. 12.)

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