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ments weighing less than 10,000 pounds shall be included in Class 970, "All L. C. L. Freight."

(b) A "carload” for the purpose of this order shall consist of a shipment of not less than 10.000 pounds of one commodity. A mixed carload for the purpose of this order shall be treated as a carload of that commodity which forms the major portion of the shipment in weight. II a single shipment is loaded into more than one car, each car used shall be reported as & carload. If more than one "carload" shipment is loaded into one car, each shipment shall be reported separately as & carload.

$ 123.4 Originating and connecting line traffic. (a) Revenue freight reported as “received from connecting rail carriers” shall include all shipments received from connecting rail carriers, either directly or indirectly, so far as apparent from information on the waybills or abstracts.

(b) Revenue freight reported as "originating on respondent's road” shall include shipments originating on line and shipments received from water lines and highway motor truck lines, except when identified as having had previous rail transportation, as provided in paragraph (a) of this section.

(c) Freight which receives its first line-haul on respondent's road, but originates on switching roads connecting directly or indirectly with respondent's line, shall be reported as freight originated by respondent.

(d) Revenue freight reported as “delivered to connecting rail carriers" shall include shipments delivered to connecting rail carriers, either directly or indirectly, as far as apparent from information on waybills or abstracts.

(e) Revenue freight reported as “terminating on respondent's road" shall include shipments terminating on line and shipments delivered to water lines and highway motor truck lines, except when identified as to receive further rail transportation as provided in paragraph (d) of this section.

(f) Freight which receives its last line haul on respondent's line, but is delivered to a switching road connecting directly or indirectly with respondent's line, shall be reported as freight terminated by respondent.

(g) Import and export trafic received from or delivered to water carriers and

trafic from and to outlying possessions of the United States received from or delivered to water carriers shall be reported as originating or terminating at the port of entry or exit.

(h) Trafic interchanged with connecting rail lines operating in Canada and Mexico shall be reported as delivered to or received from connecting rail carriers.

(1) Lake cargo coal delivered to Lower Lake and St. Lawrence River Ports for transshipment by vessel shall be reported as “delivered to connecting rail carrier." Lake cargo coal received at Upper Lake Ports shall be reported as “received from connecting rail carriers."

(1) Iron ore delivered to Upper Lake Ports for transshipment by vessel shall be reported as “delivered to connecting rail carriers." Iron ore received at Lower Lake and St. Lawrence River Ports shall be reported as "received from connecting rail carriers."

(k) Tidewater coal to Atlantic Ports shall be reported as “delivered to connecting rail carriers." Tidewater coal from Atlantic Ports shall be reported as “received from connecting rail carriers."

(1) Freight accorded transit privileges shall be reported as "originated on respondent's road” at the transit point, even though the outbound shipment may move under transit balances or proportional rates.

(m) "Gross freight revenue" means respondent's gross revenue from freight without adjustment for absorptions or corrections.

(n) Class 950. "Forwarder Trafic (C. L.)” includes freight trafic in carloads shipped by or consigned to any forwarder holding a certificate under Part IV of the Interstate Commerce Act.

$ 123.5 Report forms and date of filing. (a) Reports required from Class I carriers by this order shall be filed in duplicate with the Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics, Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington 25, D. C., on forms which will be furnished to the carriers. Data required under $ 123.2 (a) shall be filed on Form QCS on or before the 60th day succeeding the close of the period for which they are compiled. Data required under $ 123.2 (b) shall be filed on Form SCS on or before the 75th day succeeding the close of the period for which they are compiled.

Class
101. Sugar beets.
103. Malt, n. 0, s.
105. Flaxseed.
107. Seeds, n. 0. 6.
199. Products of agriculture, n. 0. 8.
(900) Total products of agriculture.

GROUP II-ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS (C. L.)

NOTE: The outlines of report forms, Form
QCS and Form SCS, follow the tenor of the
order.

(b) Reports required from Class II
carriers by this order shall be included
in their Annual Report to the Interstate
Commerce Commission (see § 120.11 of
this chapter).

NOTE: The reporting requirements of
$$ 123.1-123.5 have been approved by the
Bureau of the Budget in accordance with the
Federal Reports Act of 1942.
APPENDIX I-LIST OF COMMUNITY GROUPS AND

CLASSES

GROUP - PRODUCTS OF AGRICULTURE (C. L.)

201. Horses, mules, ponies, and asses.
203. Cattle and calves, single-deck.
205. Calves, double-deck.
207 Sheep and goats, single-deck.
209. Sheep and goats, double-deck.
211. Swine, single-deck.
213. Swine, double-deck.
215. Meats, fresh, n, o, S.
217. Meats, cooked, cured, dried, and smoked.
219. Packing house products, edible, n. 0. 8.
221. Margarine, n. 0. 8.
223. Poultry, live.
225. Poultry, dressed and frozen.
227. Eggs.
229. Butter,
231. Cheese.
233. Dairy products, n. 0. 8.
235. Wool and mohair in grease.
237. Wool and mohair, n. 0. 8.
239. Hides, skins, and pelts, n. 0. 8.
241. Leather, n, O. S.
243. Sea food, n. 0. 8.
245. Fish and sea animal oll.
299. Animals and products, n, o, 8.
(910) Total animals and ducts.

GROUP III-PRODUCTS OF MINES (C. L.)

Class

1. Wheat.
3. Corn.
5. Sorghum grains.
7. Oats.
9. Barley and rye.
11. Rice.
13. Grain, n. 0. 8.
15. Flour, wheat.
17. Meal, corn,
19. Flour, edible, n. 0. 8.
21. Cereal food preparations, n. 0. 6.
23. Mill products, n. 0. 8.
25. Hay.
27. Straw.
29. Tobacco, unmanufactured.
31. Tobacco siftings, sweepings, and waste.
33. Cotton in bales.
85. Cotton linters, nolls, and regins.
37. Cottonseed.
39. Cottonseed oll cake and meal.
41. Cottonseed hulls and bran.
43. Soybeans.
45. Soybean oil cake and meal.
47. Vegetable and nut oil cake and meal,

n. 0. 8.
49. Apples, fresh, not frozen.
51. Bananas, fresh.
53. Berries, fresh, not frozen.
55. Cantaloupes and melons, n. 0. 8.
57. Grapes, fresh.
59. Lemons, limes, and citrus fruits, n. 0. 8.
61. Oranges and grapefruit.
63. Peaches, fresh, not frozen.
65. Pears, fresh, not frozen.
67. Watermelons.
69. Fruits, fresh, n. 0. 8., not frozen.
71. Fruits, dried, dehydrated, and evapo-

rated, n. 0. 8.
73. Fruits and berries, fresh, frozen.
75. Coffee.
77. Cabbage.
79. Celery.
81. Lettuce.
83. Onions, dry.
85. Potatoes, other than sweet.
87. Tomatoes.
89. Vegetables, fresh, n. 0. 8., not frozen.
91. Beans and peas, dried.
93. Vegetables, dried, dehydrated, and evap-

orated, n. 0. 8.
95. Vegetables, fresh, frozen.
97. Peanuts.

801. Anthracite coal, n. 0. 8.
303. Anthracite coal

to breakers and
washeries.
305. Bituminous coal,
307. Coke.
309. Iron ore.
311. Aluminum ore and concentrates.
313. Copper ore and concentrates.
315. Lead ore and concentrates.
317. Zinc ore and concentrates.
319. Ores and concentrates, n. 0. 8.
821. Barytes.
323. Clay and bentonite.
325. Sand, Induttrial.
327. Gravel and sand, n, o, 8.
329. Stone and rock: broken, ground, and

crushed.
331. Fluxing stone and raw dolomite.
333. Stone, rough, n. 0. S.
335. Stone, finished, n. 0. 8.
337. Petroleum, crude.
839. Asphalt.
341. Salt.
343. Phosphate rock.
845. Sulphur.
399. Products of mines, n. 0. 8.
(920) Total products of mines.

GROUP IV-PRODUCTS OF FORESTS (C. L.)

401. Logs, butts, and bolts.
403. Posts, poles, and piling, wooden.
405. Wood, fuel.
407. Ties, railroad.
409. Pulpwood.
411. Lumber, shingles, and lath.

Class
413. Box, crate, and cooperage materials.
415. Veneer, plywood, and built-up wood.
417. Rosin and turpentine.
499. Products of forests, n. 0. 8.
(930) Total products of forests.

GROUP V-MANUFACTURES AND MISCELLANEOUS

(C. L.)

501, Gasoline,
503. Fuel, road, and petroleum residual olls,

A. 0. 8.
505. Lubricating oils and greases.
507. Petroleum products, refined, n. 0. 8.
509. Gases, other than petroleum, n. 0. 8.
511. Cottonseed oil.
513. Linseed oil.
515. Soybean oll.
517. Vegetable and put olls, D. O. B.
519. Oils, n. 0. 8.
521. Oil foots, sediment, and tank bottoms.
523. Rubber, crude, natural, and synthetic.
525. Rubber goods, n. 0. 8.
527. Chemicals, n. 0. B.
529. Sulphuric acid.
531. Acids, n, 0. .
533. Sodium (soda) products.
535. Alcohol, n. 0. 8.
537. Blacks, n. 0. 8.
539. Fertilizers, n. 0. 8.
541. Insecticides and fungicides, n. 0. 8.
543. Tar, pitch, and creosote.
545. Tanning material, n. 0. 8.
647. Paint, paint material, putty, and var.

nish.
549. Plastics.
551. Cellulose articles, n. 0. 8.
553. Drugs, medicines, and toilet prepara-

tions.
566. Aluminum: Bar, ingot, pig, and slab.
557. Aluminum, n. 0. 8.
659. Copper: Ingot, matte, and pig.
561. Copper, brass, and bronze, n. 0. 8.
563. Iron and steel nails and wire (woven

and not woven), n. 0. 8.
565. Lead and zinc: bar, ingot, and pig.
567. Lead and zinc, n. 0. 8.
569. Magnesium metal and alloy.
571. Alloys for steel manufacture,
573. Metals and alloys, n. 0. 8.
575. Iron, pig.
577. Iron and steel: billet, bloom, and ingot.
579. Iron and steel: bar, rod, and slab.
581, Iron and steel, n. 0. 8.
[Preceding classes 563 to 581, inclusive,
superseded by following classes 563 to 581,
inclusive, during period covered by this Sup-
plement]
563. Lead and zinc: bar, ingot, and pig.
565, Lead and zinc, n. 0. 8.
567. Magnesium metal and alloy.
569. Alloys for steel manufacture.
571. Metals and alloys, n. 0. 8.
573. Iron, pig.
575. Iron and steel: billet, bloom, and ingot.
577. Iron and steel: bar, rod, and slab.
579. Iron and steel, n. 0. 8.
681. Iron and steel nails and wire (woven

and not woven), n. 0. 8.

CODIFICATION: In Appendix I, Group V,
classes 563 to 581, inclusive, were amended as
set forth above by Order, ICC, Oct. 16, 1946,
effective Jan. 1, 1947, 11 F.R. 12633.
Class
583. Manufactured iron and steel.
585. Cast Iron pipe and fittings.
587. Iron and steel pipe and fittings, n. 0. 8.
589. Tanks, n. 0. s.
591. Agricultural Implements, n. 0. 8.
593. Agricultural implement parts, n. 0. 8.
595. Machinery and machines, n. 0, s.
597. Machinery parts.
601. Business and office machines.
603. Railway equipment moved on OWO

wheels.
605. Rallway equipment, 8. u., not moved on

own wheels.
607. Railway equipment parts.
609. Rails and railway track material, iron

and steel.
611. Vehicles, other than motor.
613. Automobiles, passenger.
615. Automobiles, freight.
617. Vehicles, motor, n. 0. 8.
619. Military vehicles, n. 0. 8.
621. Automobiles and autotrucks, k, d.
623. Vehicle parts, n. 0. S.
625. Airplanes, aircraft, and parts.
627. Tires and tubes, rubber.
629. Guns, small arms, and parts, D. 0. 8.
631. Ammunition and explosives.
633. Cement: natural and portland.
635. Cement, n. 0. 8.
637. Brick, common.
639. Brick, n. 0. s., and building tile.
641. Refractories.
643. Artificial stone, n. 0. 8.
645. Lime, n. 0. 8.
647. Plaster: stucco and wall.
649. Sewer pipe and drain tile (not metal).
651. Broken or ground brick, blocks, crock-

ery, and glass.
653. Woodpulp.
655. Scrap paper and rags.
657. Newsprint paper.
659. Printing paper, n. 0. 8.
661. Wrapping paper.
663. Paper bags.
665. Paper and paper articles, n. 0. 8.
667. Printed matter, n. 0. 8.
669. Paperboard, fibreboard, and pulpboard.
671. Wallboard.
673. Building paper and prepared roofing

materials.
675. Insulating materials, n. 0. 8.
677. Building woodwork and millwork.
679. Building materials, n. 0. 8.
681. Buildings and houses, fabricated and

portable, n. 0. s.
683. Asbestos articles, n. 0. 8.
685. Electrical equipment and parts, n. 0. s.
687. Furnaces, heaters, radiators, and parts.
689. Bathroom and lavatory ixtures and

sinks.
691. Hardware, n, o. 8.
693. Glass.
695. Glassware, n. 0. S.

GROUP VI-ALL L. C. L. FREIGHT

Class 970. All 1. c. 1. freight. (980) Grand total, carload and l. c. 1.

trafic. APPENDIX II-LIST OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS Alabama.

Nebraska. Arizona.

Nevada. Arkansas.

New England California.

(States). Canada.

New Jersey. Colorado.

New Mexico. Delaware.

New York (State). District of Columbia. North Carolina. Florida.

North Dakota. Georgia.

Ohio. Idaho.

Oklahoma. Illinois.

Oregon. Indiana.

Pennsylvania. Iowa.

South Carolina. Kansas.

South Dakota. Kentucky.

Tennessee. Louisiana.

Texas. Maryland.

Utah. Michigan.

Virginia. Minnesota.

Washington (State). Mississippi.

West Virginia. Missouri.

Wisconsin. Montana.

Wyoming.

Class 697. Glass bottles, Jars, and packing glasses,

n. 0. 8. 701. Chinaware, crockery, and earthenware. 703. Woodenware. 705. Household utensils, n. 0. 8. 707. Refrigerators, freezing apparatus, and

parts. 709. Laundry equipment. 711. Stoves, ranges, and parts. 713. Floor covering. 715. Furniture, n. 0. 8. 717. Furniture parts. 719. Tools and parts, n. 0. 8. 721. Abrasives, other than crude. 723. Bagging: Burlap, cotton, gunny, and

jute, n. 0. 8. 725. Bags: Burlap, cotton, gunny, and jute,

n. 0. 8. 727. Cotton cloth and cotton fabrics, n. 0. 8. 729. Ootton factory products. 731. Synthetic abre and yarns (rayon or

nylon). 783. Cloth and fabrics, n. 0. 8. 735. Rope, cordage, and binder twine, 2. 0. 8. 737. Boots, shoes, and Andings, n. 0. 8. 739. Luggage and handbags, n. 0. S. 741. Athletic, gymnasium, playground, and

sporting equipment, n. 0. 8. 743. Games and toys. 745. Liquors, alcoholic, n. 0. s. 747. Wine. 749. Liquors, malt. 751. Beverages, n. 0. 8. 753. Ice. 765. Syrup and molasses, refined. 757. Molasses, residual. 759. Sugar. 761. Candy and confectionery. 763. Food products, n. 0. 8., in cans and

packages, not frozen. 765. Food products, n. 0. 8., frozen. 767. Starch. 769. Soap and cleaning and washing com

pounds. 771. Matches. 773. Feed, animal and poultry, n. o. s. 775. Manufactured tobacco, n, 0. 8. 777. Cigarettes. 779. Containers, metal. 781. Containers, wooden. 783. Containers, fibreboard and paperboard,

CARRIERS BY WATER AUTHORITY: $8 123.21 to 123.27, inclusive, 18sued under sec. 20, 24 Stat. 386, as amended, sec. 201, 54 Stat. 944; 49 U.S.C. 20 (1)-(8), 913.

SOURCE: $8 123.21 to 123.27, inclusive, contained in Order, Interstate Commerce Commission, Nov. 25, 1946, effective Jan. 1, 1947, 11 FR. 14197.

§ 123.21 Freight commodity statistics. For the year beginning with January 1, 1947, and continuing thereafter for each subsequent year, unless otherwise ordered, carriers by water, subject to the provisions of Parts I and III of the Interstate Commerce Act, that are, or may be, assigned to the classes designated as Class A and Class B (see § 126.2 of this chapter), and every receiver, trustee, executor, administrator, or assignee of any such carrier by water, shall compile freight commodity statistics, and each of the carriers so indicated shall report such statistics annually to this Commission, according to the items and subdivisions thereof listed below (8 123.22) for each commodity class named in Appendix I hereto, which is made a part of this order. Full information shall be furnished in accordance with the following outline of terms and requirements, and as supplemented by instructions in prescribed annual report forms (see $ 120.51 of this chapter).

k. d. 785. Containers, n. 0. 8. 787. Containers, returned empty. 789. Scrap Iron and scrap steel. 791. Iron and steel borings, turnings, etc. 793. Furnace slag. 795. Waste materials for remelting, n. 0. 8. 797. Waste materials, n. 0. 8. 799. Manufactures and miscellaneous, n. 0. S. (940) Total manufactures and miscel

laneous.

GROUP VI-YORWARDER TRAFTIC (C, L.)

950. Forwarder trafic (c. 1.).
(960) Grand total carload trafic.

$123.22 Items to be reported. For each commodity class named in Appendix I hereto, the following items and subdivisions thereof are to be reported annually by each carrier by water defined in § 123.2 except shipments of less than 10,000 pounds which shall be reported as provided in $ 123.23 (b):

&. Number of tons (2,000 pounds) of reveDue freight carried:

Joint rail and water trafic.
All other traffic.

Total.
b. Gross freight revenue (dollars):

Joint rall and water traffic. All other traffic. Total. $ 123.23 Trafic defined. (a) Classes 1 through 950 shall include shipments weighing 10,000 pounds or more, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section.

(b) Shipments of less than 10,000 pounds of one commodity shall be included in Class 970, “All L. C. L. Freight," unless the respondent elects to distribute all revenue freight among the other designated classes.

$ 123.24 Number of tons (2,000 pounds) of revenue freight carried. (a) Tonnage of commodities carried by the respondent in its water-line and motor truck operations and for the respondent in the vessels and motor trucks of other companies (carriers) under contract, in revenue service, shall be separated for each commodity class between “Joint rail and water traffic" and "All other trafic". The separation as to joint rail and water trafic and all other trafic may be omitted for Class 970. “All L. C. L. Freight."

(b) Joint rail and water traffic. Include all shipments that, so far as apparent from the information on the waybills or abstracts thereof, are being transported (partly) by railroad and partly by water when both are used under a common control, management, or arrangement for a continuous carriage or shipment such as trafic moving on joint rail-water and rail-motor-water rates.

(c) All other trafic. Include all shipments that, so far as apparent from the information on the waybills or abstracts thereof, are transported from point of origin to point of destination solely by water, solely by truck, partly by water and partly by truck, or by any other com

bination which does not involve the interchanging of traffic with a railroad company; also, shipments moving on water rates when the carrier by water absorbs out of its port-to-port rates certain charges for switching, terminal, drayage, or other services within a port terminal district.

(d) Class 613. "Automobiles, Passenger" is confined to vehicles carried as revenue freight on freight rates and does not include those carried as an adjunct to passenger business.

(e) Class 950. "Forwarder Trafic" includes freight trafic shipped by or consigned to any forwarder holding a certificate under Part IV of the Interstate Commerce Act.

8 123.25 Gross freight revenue. (a) Include under "Joint rail and water trafic” and “All other traffic", the revenues that are applicable to the tonnage, as provided in $ 123.24 (a), (b), and (c).

(b) Gross freight revenue means the respondent's gross revenue from freight without adjustment for absorption or corrections.

$ 123.26 Nonrevenue freight carried. The tonnage of nonrevenue freight carried shall be reported annually in total and not by classes of commodities.

§ 123.27 Reports and date of filing. Reports required from Class A and Class B carriers by water by $ 123.31 of this order shall be included in their annual reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission (see $ 120.51 of this chapter).

NOTE: The reporting requirements of $ $ 123.21-123.27 have been approved by the Bureau of the Budget in accordance with the Federal Reports Act of 1942. APPENDIX I-LIST OF COMMODITY GROUPS AND

CLASSES

GROUP 1- PRODUCTS OF AGRICULTURE

Class

1. Wheat. 3. Corn. 6. Sorghum grains. 7. Oats. 9. Barley and rye. 11. Rice. 13. Grain, n. 0. 8. 15. Flour, wheat. 17. Meal, corn. 19. Flour, edible, n. 0. 8. 21. Cereal food preparations, n. 0. S. 23. Mill products, n. 0. 8. 25. Hay. 27. Straw. 29. Tobacco, unmanufactured.

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