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1891. The West and the railroads. Sidney Dillon.

North American review, vol. 152 (Apr., 1891): 443452. 1891. Operation of the interstate commerce law. Aldace F. Walker.

Forum, vol. 11 (July, 1891): 524-540 1892. The Interstate commerce commission before the Federal courts.

Crawford Hening.
American law register, 2d ser., vol. 5 (Mar., 1892): 156-173.

1892. The inter-state law at the West. T. L. Greene.

Nation, vol. 54 (Mar. 17, 1892): 205206.

1892. The railroad leases to control the anthracite coal trade. Are

they void under the constitution of Pennsylvania? Sydney.

G. Fisher.
American law register and review, vol. 31 (May, 1892): 289

301. 1892. Wanted-A railway court of last resort. Appleton Morgan.

Popular science monthly, vol. 41 (June, 1892): 212225. 1893. The interstate commerce act. E. W. Meddaugh.

Michigan political science association, vol. 1 (1893): 98.

1893. Nationalization of railroads. Solomon Schindler.

Arena, vol. 7 (Jan., 1893): 209212. 1893. The standing of the Interstate commerce commission before

the Federal courts. William D. Lewis. American law register and review, 2d ser., vol. 6 (Mar., 1893):

272-278. 1893. Interstate commerce law, its origin and administration.

James A. Logan.

American Journal of politics, vol. 2 (Apr., 1893): 401411. 1893. The Interstate commerce commission again. The party rate

question. William D. Lewis. American law register and review, 2d ser., vol. 6 (Apr., 1893):

381386. 1893. Railroads and the government. James S. Fisher.

American journal of politics, vol. 3 (July, 1893): 8292. 1894. Has the interstate commerce law been beneficial? Aldace F.

Walker.

Forum, vol. 17 (Apr., 1894): 207216. 1894. The state ownership of railroads.

American law review, vol. 28 (July-Aug., 1894): 608-611.

1894. The state and the railways. H. H. L. Bellot.

Westminster, vol. 142 (July, 1894): 1-14. 1894. Constitutional law: Interstate commerce act-Judicial power

of the United States. American law review, vol. 28 (Sept.- Oct., 1894): 792-798.

1895. Government regulation of railroad rates. Martin A. Knapp.

New York state bar association. Proceedings, 18th annual

meeting (1895): 93104. 1895. The case of Huntington.

American law review, vol. 29 (Sept.-Oct., 1895): 751754. 1895. The statistical division of the Interstate commerce commis

sion. Henry C. Adams.

Citizen, vol. 1 (Nov., 1895): 203206. 1896. State control of railways vs. the obligation of state protection.

Railway review, vol. 36 (Feb. 22, 1896): 101-102. 1896. State ownership of railroads. Frank L. McVey.

Gunton's magazine, vol. 11 (July, 1896): 5463. 1896. The relation of the railroads to the state. Simon Sterne.

Citizen, vol. 2 (Sept., 1896): 237243.

1896. An unfeigned issue. George Bryan.

American magazine of civics, vol. 9 (Nov., 1896): 352-364.

The enforcement of the interstate-commerce act.

1897. Texas & Pacific railway vs. the Inter-state commerce com

mission. John W. Judd. Utah state bar association, 4th annual meeting (1897): 76-92.

1897. Legislation in aid of railway regulation.

Railway review, vol. 37 (Jan. 16, 1897): 3940.

1897. The railway problem. 1. The legislative solution. L. Bryce.

2. A mercantile view. J. J. Wait.

North American review, vol. 164 (Mar., 1897): 327348. 1897. Full text of the Trans-Missouri freight association decision.

Mar. 22, 1897.
Railway age, vol. 23 (Mar. 26, 1897): 259270; (Apr. 2, 1897):

278285. 1897. The Foraker bill. Full text of the new Senate bill for the

legalization of railway pooling. Mar. 30, 1897. Railway age, vol. 23 (Apr. 9, 1897): 300304.

1897. Traffic associations and the law. A summary of the opinions

of various courts on the legality of association agreements.

Railway age, vol. 23 (May 7, 1897): 375376. 1897. The powers of the Interstate commerce commission.

Public opinion, vol. 22 (June 10, 1897): 711-712.

Press comments. 1897. Brief for the United States in the case of the United States v.

The Trans-Missouri freight association. Judson Harmon.

Yale law journal, vol. 6 (June, 1897): 295327. 1897. Interstate commerce. Thomas Kennedy Helm.

University law review, vol. 3 (July, 1897): 267280. 1897. “Railroads—the world's greatest benefactors.” W. S. Glover.

Railway magazine, vol. 3 (August, 1897): 740-748. 1897. The Interstate commerce commission and ratemaking. Joseph

Nimmo, jr.

Forum, vol. 24 (Sept., 1897): 92-106. 1897. The rights of the public over quasi-public services. Walter

Clark.
Arena, vol. 18 (Oct., 1897): 470-485.

1897. A decade in federal railway regulation. H. T. Newcomb.

Popular science monthly, vol. 51 (Oct., 1897): 811-819. 1897. The railways of America. What they have done for the

nation, what they are, and what reforms are needed. M. E.

Ingalls.

Railway age, vol. 24 (Nov. 26, 1897): 958959. 1897. Railways and the publie. A discussion of some of the mutual

obligations of railroad corporations and the people. John

W. Noble.

Railway age, vol. 24 (Dec. 10, 1897): 992996. 1898. Ten years of federal railway regulation. A. G. Sedgwick.

Nation, vol. 66 (Mar. 24, 1898): 219220. 1898. A decade of federal railway regulation. H. C. Adams.

Atlantic monthly, vol. 81 (Apr., 1898): 433443. 1898. The dangerous demands of the Interstate commerce commis

sion. Milton H. Smith.

Forum, vol. 25 (Apr., 1898): 129143. 1898. Railroads and the government. B. W. Arnold, jr.

Gunton's magazine, vol. 15 (Aug., 1898): 125133.

1898. The powers of the Interstate commerce commission. Charles

A. Prouty.
North American review, vol. 167 (Nov., 1898): 543-557.

1899. The powers of the Interstate commerce commission. Milton H.

Smith.

North American review, vol. 168 (Jan., 1899): 62–196. 1899. The federal taxation of interstate commerce. Henry C.

Adams.
American monthly review of reviews, vol. 19 (Feb., 1899):

193–198.

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1899. Some phases of interstate commerce. Morris A. Spoonts.

American law review, vol. 33 (Mar.-Apr., 1899): 188–201. 1899. Powers of the Interstate commerce commission. Charles A.

Prouty.

Forum, vol. 27 (Apr., 1899): 223–236. 1899. The inordinate demands of the Interstate commerce commis

sion. Milton H. Smith.

Forum, vol. 27 (July, 1899): 551–563. 1899. Railways and industrial combination. H. T. Newcomb.

Gunton's magazine, vol. 17 (Nov., 1899): 347–357. 1899. American railroads. Their relation to commercial, industrial,

and agricultural interests. George H. Daniels. . Scientific American supplement, vol. 48 (Nov. 18, 1899):

19969–19970; (Nov. 25, 1899): 19996–19997. 1900. Railway discriminations and industrial combinations. Charles

A. Prouty.
American academy of political and social science. Annals,

vol. 15 (Jan., 1900): 41-50.

1900. The railroad and the people. A new educational policy now

operating in the West.

Harper's magazine, vol. 100 (Feb., 1900): 479-484. 1900. The Interstate commerce commission and the public. Samuel

M. Davis.

Outlook, vol. 64 (Mar. 17, 1900): 626-628. 1900. The principles of governmental regulation of railroads.

Emory R. Johnson.
Political science quarterly, vol. 15 (Mar., 1900): 37–49.

1900. Tendencies in the taxation of transportation companies in the

United States. Roswell C. McCrea.
American academy of political and social science. Annals,

vol. 15 (May, 1900): 355-380. . 1900. Federal regulation of railroads in the United States.

Simon J. McLean.

Economic journal, vol. 10 (June, 1900): 151-171. 1900. Government ownership of railroads. R. L. Richardson.

Canadian magazine, vol. 15 (Sept., 1900): 404-409; (Oct.,

1900): 531-536; (Nov., 1900): 60-66; (Dec., 1900): 164171. 1900. State regulation of railways in the United States. Simon J.

McLean.

Economic journal, vol. 10 (Sept., 1900): 349369. 1901. The recent great railway combinations. H. T. Newcomb.

American monthly review of reviews, vol. 24 (Aug., 1901):

163174. 1902. Government ownership of railroads. Martin A. Knapp.

American academy of political and social science. Annals

vol. 19 (Jan., 1902): 6173. 1902. Advisory councils in railway administration. B. H. Meyer.

American academy of political and social science. Annals,

vol. 19 (Jan., 1902): 174-88. 1902. The concentration of railway control. H. T. Newcomb.

American academy of political and social science. Annals,

vol. 19 (Jan., 1902): 89-107.

1902. The inadequate powers of the Interstate commerce commission.

Edward P. Bacon.

North American review, vol. 174 (Jan., 1902): 46-58. 1902. The proposals of the Interstate commerce cominission. Walker

D. Hines.

Forum, vol. 33 (Mar., 1902): 3-14. 1902. The amendment of the interstate commerce act and railroad

pooling. William A. Robertson.

Forum, vol. 33 (Apr., 1902): 143-150. 1902. American statistical practice: The Interstate commerce com

mission. H. T. Newcomb.

Yale review, vol. 11 (Aug., 1902): 164197. 1902. Past and future of interstate commerce. B. H. Meyer.

Political science quarterly, vol. 17 (Sept., 1902): 394.

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