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FEDERAL CONTROL.

Agent of Government must be defendant, 911, 1369.
Form of complaint against agent of Government under, 622.
Railroads, regulation of by states suspended, 234.
Telegraphs and telephones, state regulation suspended, 206,

234.

FEDERAL COURTS.

Administrative questions not enforceable in, 872-874.
Amount involved in sụit immaterial when cause of action arises

under law regulating commerce, 881, 882.
Appeals to Supreme Court, 1254, 1255.
Ash pan act, jurisdiction under, 1438.
Boiler inspection act, jurisdiction under, 1447.
Carriers rules may be enforced by, 872, 873.
Case of Texas & Pac. R. Co. v. Abilene Cotton Oil Co., not

conclusive of the right to enjoin unlawful rates, 889.
Commerce Court, 881, 1241-1250.
Concurrent jurisdiction to enforce Employers' Liability and

Safety Appliance Acts, 924, 925, 1449.
Concurrent jurisdiction with courts of the states to enforce

initial carrier liability, 876, 877, 878, 1189-1199. Constitutional and statutory provisions affecting the right to

grant injunctions against unlawful rates, 887-889.
District Court Jurisdiction Act, 1250-1257.
Effect given by, to orders of commission to desist, 896-898.
Effect given orders of Commission fixing rates, rules and prac-

tices for the future, 896-908.
Effect given orders of reparation, 908-910.
Exclusive power to enforce acts of Congress may be conferred

on, 872, 873.
Expedited hearings, when, 1257-1258.
Federal control rights growing out of within jurisdiction 882,

883, 1369-1371.
Federal statute involved, 876, 877.
Forfeitures may be enforced in, 884.
General jurisdiction of, 882, 883.
Hours of service act, jurisdiction under, 1436.
Incorporation under act of Congress not alone give jurisdiction,

1237.
Injunction against unlawful rates at common law, 887, 888.
Injunctions against unlawful rates in circuit court of appeals

890, 891. Injunctions in circuit courts since Abilene case, 890. Injunctions against unlawful rates prior to Abilene case, 888,

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FEDERAL COURTS-Continued.

Injunctions under anti-trust laws, 1299, 1325, 1326.
Mandamus, may issue writ of, to enforce act to regulate Com-

merce, 884, 885, 1238.
May compel attendance of witnesses before the Interstate Com-

merce Commission, 883, 1239, 1240.
May enforce Act to regulate Commerce, 872-875, 1188, 1238.
May enforce orders of the Commission, 875, 1188, 1238.
May issue injunctive orders to enforce act to regulate com-

merce, 883-891, 1188.
May not declare a rate regularly filed with the Interstate

Commerce Commission unreasonable prior to action

the commission, 302, 304, 1079, 1080. Negative orders of Commission, jurisdiction denied, 892-895. Principles upon which right to enjoin increase in rates is

based, 887-890.
Right to enjoin an illegal increase in rates, 887, 890
Rules followed in suits in United States courts to set aside

orders of the Commission, 886, 887.
Safety appliance acts, jurisdiction under, 1422.
Shipper no relief against orders of Commission, 892-895.
Suits in, on orders for reparation or damages, 526, 908, 910,

1071, 1072.
Summary of rules as to jurisdiction over negative orders of the

Commission, 895.
Supreme Court, appeals to when, 877.
Tariff construction a judicial question, 880, 895.
Temporary restraining orders, 1253, 1254.
Venue of suits in, to enjoin unlawful advance, 589.
Venue of suits, on orders of Commission, 1071, 1072, 1251.
Venue Under Anti-Trust laws, 1299, 1324, 1325.

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD.

Effect of orders under anti-trust act, 1321-1323.
Duty of to enforce certain provisions of anti-trust act, 1321.
Procedure to enforce anti-trust acts, 1321-1323.

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION.

Act creating, 1400-1419.
Act creating not affect act to regulate commerce nor anti-

trust acts, 1410.
Act regulating commerce defined in act creating, 1402.
Bureau of Corporations, 1410-1419.
Commerce, definition of, in act creating, 1402.
Duty to enforce certain provisions of anti-trust act, 1406, 1407.

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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION_Continued.

Effect of orders under anti-trust act, 1405.
Procedure to enforce anti-trust acts, 1406.
Unfair methods of competition defined under law creating, 1402.

1403, 1404.

FEED,

Animals in interstate transportation must receive, 1271-1275.

FERRIES.

Included in term railroad, 257-259, 948.

State regulation of, 258.
FIFTH AMENDMENT.

Limits power of Congress over rates, 899, 900.
Orders of Interstate Commerce Commission void if violative of,

899, 900.

FLORIDA.

Special freight classification in, 459.

F. 0. B. SHIPPER.
Can not recover for overcharges when pays no freight, 542,

544.

FOOD.

Pure food laws, 269, 270.

FORMS OF PROCEDURE BEFORE INTERSTATE COMMERCE

COMMISSION.
Answer, 620.
Complaint, 618-620, 622-625.
Depositions, notice to take, 608, 609.
Supoena for witnesses, 610.'
See also procedure before Interstate Commerce Commission.

FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.

Limits power of states to regulate intrastate rates, 242-245.
What rates violate, 242-245.

FOURTH SECTION.

Act 1920, changes, 1013.
Amended Act restricts power of the Commission, 452, 1013.

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FOURTH SECTION_Continued.

Amendment of 1910, 450, 451.
Authorities on, summed up, 517, 1013-1024.
Burden of proof on carrier to show reasons for not following,

450, 1023.
Carriers under old law could disregard when competitive con-

ditions justify without previous permission of the com

mission, 448, 449.
Circuitous routes under, 573, 1022.
Clause copied and annotated, 1013-1025.
Commission alone authorized to permit relief from, 571-573.

1024.
Congress has power to make rule of absolute, 572.
Constitutional, 284, 451.
Damages for violating allowed when, 536, 537, 754, 1023.
Damages for violating state statutes permitted, 255-257.
Discrimination by violation of, 445-450.
Discussed, 255-257, 445-452, 536, 537, 571-573.
Enforced in Social Circle Case, 446.
History of, 381-389, 445-452.
In determining applications for relief from reasonableness of

intermediate rates involved, 389, 571, 572, 1013.
Market competition, 572.
Old law, 1014.
Potential competition no ground for relief, 1024.
Procedure on applications for relief from, 571, 616, 1024.
Provisions of relating to water competition, 518-520, 573, 1024,

1025.
Relation of through rate to intermediate rates, 383, 386, 387,

452, 1013.
Relief from, form of application, 616.
Similar clause in English law, 415, 416, 1014.
State laws on subject, 255-257.

FREE TRANSPORTATION.
Contract for value made may be basis for damages when dis-

continued under statute, 492. Exception to rule against, 965, 966, 1225. Express companies may grant, 966. Discriminatory, 491, 492. Illegal, with certain exceptions, 491, 965, 966, 1225. Railroads may exchange, 965, 966. Railroads may give, to certain persons engaged in religious or

eleemosynary work, 965, 966, 1225. Railroads may give, to imates of Sailors' and Soldiers' homee,

966, 1225.

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FREE TRANSPORTATION_Continued.
Railroads may give, to own officials and employees, 965, 966,

1225.
Railroads may give to States, 965, 1255.
States may not compel grant of to shipper, 223.
See Conference Rulings index pp. 791, et seq.

FULL CREW LAW.

By states valid, 194.

G

GAME.

Laws relating to, 268.

GAS.

Diminishing supply of natural consideration in fixing reason-

able returns on investment, 242.
Transportation of not within act to regulate commerce, 937.

GEORGIA,

Special freight classification, 459.

GOVERNMENT AIDED RAILROADS AND TELEGRAPH COM-

PANIES.

Duties of 1260.

GOVERNMENT CONTROL.

Agent of Government must be defendant, 911, 1369.
Form of complaint against agent of government under, 622.
Railroads, regulation of by states suspended, 234.
Telegraph and telephones, state regulation suspended, 206, 234.

GROUP RATES.

Called also blanket rates, 366-370.
Legal, if not discriminatory, 366-370, 492, 493.

H

HARBORS.

States may regulate, 265, 266.

HEAD LIGHTS.

State law requiring electric, held valid, 183, 194, 210, 211.
Law of doubtful validity, 184, 194, 210, 211.

HAMURABI.

Laws of, regulated common carriers, 221, 232, 233.

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