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Antitrust laws:

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Clayton Act does not repeal.--

142
Inapplicable when consolidations authorized by Commission.----- 20
Lease of one carrier by another not violative of, when authorized
by Commission------

20
Order under Clayton Act does not relieve persons from liability
under ---

149
Pooling not violative of, when authorized by Commission.---

20
Stock of carrier, purchase of, when permitted..

20
Violators of, not to use Panama Canal...

83-84
Appeals:
Boiler Inspection Act-----

221
Clayton Antitrust Act-------

147
Expediting Act.
Railway Labor Act--

195
Appearances, parties may appear in person or by attorney, before Com-
mission.

55
Appliances. See Safety appliance acts.
Applications:
Certificate of convenience and necessity-

9-10
Consolidation
Railway companies..

18-19
Telephone companies.

20
Fourth section.-

16
Loans to carriers--

48
Panama Canal Act--

21
Securities issues-

70
Appointments :

Arbitrators for settlement of disputes between carriers and em-
ployees under Railway Labor Act.

190
Board of Mediation by President under Railway Labor Act---

184
Emergency board, by President, under Railway Labor Act.

196
Inspectors, Boiler Inspection Aet, by President...

217-218
Interstate Commerce Commissioners, by President--

32, 77
Referees, Boards of, to determine compensation of carriers under
Federal control..

105
Appropriations :
Block Signal Resolution..

224
Federal control-
Guaranty to carriers after termination of

133, 134
Loans to carriers.---

136
Reimbursement of deficits to carriers under---

122
Revolving fund for use of President under Federal Control Act. 106
Settlement of matters arising out of..

119
Medals of Honor Act--

208
Railway Labor Act---

196, 197
Railway mail pay service on urban and interurban eleetric railways- 174
Arbitration :

Acknowledgment by Board of Mediation of agreement between car-

riers and employees to arbitrate disputes over wages, working
conditions, etc----

187
Agreements between carriers and employees to arbitrate disputes
over wages, working conditions, etc., contents---

192-194
Arbitration agreements must be in writing-

192

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Arbitration–Continued.

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Arbitrators appointed by Board of Mediation to be impartial.----- 191
Awards of Board of Arbitration-
Conclusive upon carriers and employees.-

194
How filed..

191
Choosing of arbitrators Board of Mediation ---

190
Compensation of arbitrators---

191
Controversies over rates of pay, working conditions, etc., may be by
agreements submitted to Arbitration Board...

189
Courts to liberally construe awards of Arbitration Board -

195
Duties of Board of Mediation in arbitrating disputes between car-
riers and employees over wages, working conditions, etc.--

186
Effective date and continuance of awards of Board of Arbitration.- 193
Execution of awards of Board of Arbitration by carriers and em-
ployees ----

194
Filing of awards of Board of Arbitration ---

193–194
Fixing of time when award of Arbitration Board shall be made--- 193
Hearings before Board of Arbitration, period of------

193
Majority of Arbitration Board to sign awards.-

193
Matters to be considered by courts in impending awards of Board
of Arbitration-----

195
Naming of arbitrators and their successors by Board of Mediation. 186–187
New arbitrators, appointment, powers, duties, etc---

188
Notice to arbitrators when agreement to arbitrạte filed with Board
of Mediation.-

187
Notification to Board of Mediation of agreements reached in the
selection of arbitrators.--

190
Number of arbitrators.---

193
Reconvening of Board of Arbitration for the settlement of disputes

between carriers and employees over wages, working conditions,
etc------

187-188
Reference to Railway Labor Act required in agreements to arbitrate- 193
Referring back awards of Board of Arbitration -

----- 194
Refusal of carriers or employees to submit disputes over wages,
working conditions, etc., to arbitration, not illegal ---

189
Revocation of agreements to arbitrate_.

194
Settlement of disputes between carriers and employees over wages,

working conditions, etc., by arbitration through the Board of Medi-
ation ---

186
Signature of representatives of carriers and employees on agree-
ments to arbitrate required.---

193
Submission and withdrawal of questions.--

193
Time and place of reconvening Board of Arbitration for the settle-

ment of disputes between carriers and employees over wages,
working conditions, etc------

188
Arbitration Board. See Board of Arbitration.
Armed forces, President may use, to prevent obstruction of commerce-- 12
Arrangements :
Copies of traffic, to be filed with the Commission----

24
Filed with Commission, or certified copies thereof, receivable as
prima facie evidence...

54
Public records, when filed with Commission..

54
Rail and water lines, for continuous carriage..

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Arrangements-Continued.

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Through, between rail and water carriers from a United States port
to a foreign country---

27-28
Artificial persons, penalty of imprisonment not applicable to..

81
Ash-Pan Act-----

212
Assumption of risk. See Risk.
Attorney General:
Authority to transfer property of Commerce Court--

98
Conimission to report violations of Clayton Antitrust Act to-----

146
Direction of prosecutions under Federal Control Act----- 110-111
Direction of suits by, under Boiler Inspection Act----

222
District attorneys to prosecute under direction of_.

33, 53
Duty of, under Government-Aided Lines Act-----

165, 167
Expedition of suits for violations of Elkins Act under direction of,
in name of Commission ----

92
Notice to, of completion of tentative valuation.

61
Prosecutions under Elkins Act, by direction of_

92
Valuation amendment to Interstate Commerce Act, application by,
to compel compliance..

62
Attorneys:
Commission may employ necessary-

53-54
Criminally liable for violating securities provision of Interstate Com-
merce Act------

72-73
Employed by carrier, free passes to----

4
Liability to bona fide holder of void security--

72–73
Notice of taking deposition must be given to--

34
Parties may appear in person or by-

55
Attorney's fees. See Fees.
Automatic couplers, cars to be equipped with----

198
Automatic train control:

Block signal tests, appropriation to enable the Commission to investi-
gate and report on the subject of.--

224
Installation of, Commission may order---

79
Awards:
Actions arising out of Federal control shall be paid ou of revolving
fund---

124, 136
Commission authorized to award damages..

51
Damages, report of Commission---

37
Baggage :

Interchangeable mileage tickets, amount of free baggage under--- 75
Liability for full actual loss not applicable to--

68
Personal, sample, and excess, regulations affecting-

4
Released rates dependent upon value---

68
Tariffs governing transportation of, under mileage tickets, to be pub-
lished, filed, and observed -----

75
Balance sheet, annual reports of carriers shall contain-

63

Banks :

Arrangements with, for issuance of stocks, etc., valuation reports to
show..

59
Director, officer, or employee in more than one bank, prohibited.- 142-143
Permission for officer, etc., of Federal Reserve Bank to serve in not

more than two other banks authorized ; consent of Federal Reserve
Board required.---

143
152

Barges. See Boats and barges.

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Belt-line, excluded from term “ carrier," when owned, operated, etc., by
State, general rule of rate making----

44
Betterments. See Additions and betterments.
Bids. See also Contracts.
Contracts, etc., between corporations to be competitive------

145
Penalty for preventing bidding or competition among bidders--- * 146
Bill, false, use of, by shippers and other persons, penalty-.---

30-31
Billing, false, by. carriers, their agents or officers, penalty.

30
Bills of lading:
Alteration unauthorized by carrier, void.

155
Defined; Bills of Lading Act---

152
Duplicate, liability of carrier issuing-

153, 156
Export, issuance of ---

152
False, use of, by shippers and other persons, penalty-..

30-31
Forging or counterfeiting----

162
Form of, on shipments in foreign commerce by water. carrier pre-
scribed by Commission ---

79
Holder of, receiving carrier liable to, for any loss or damage caused
by it or any connecting carrier--

67
Indorser's liability----

161
Liability of carrier for goods receipted for.

158
Order-
Attaching by creditor whose debtor is owner.

158
Defined; Bills of Lading Act----
Delivery before surrendering-

158
Duplicate to be so indicated--

153
Goods covered by, attached by garnishment-
Indorsement or delivery, negotiation by ----

159
Issuance of, in parts or sets for continental use, prohibited...

152
Lien of carrier on goods covered by-

158
Negotiability of------

152, 153, 159
Rights of mortgagee as against purchaser from owner.

161
Stoppage in transitu by seller---

161-162
Subsequent negotiation by person and continuing in possession
of_

159
Title acquired by negotiating--

159
Transfer by indorsement.--
Railway carrier to issue through bill of lading on shipment under
conditions outlined in section 25-

79
Receiving carrier to issue --

67
Regulations affecting issuance, form, and substance of, must be just
and reasonable-----

4
Separate statement of charges on, where issued by rail carrier for
export shipment by water carrier.-

79
Shippers' weight, load, and count--
Straight-

154, 158

159, 160

157

Defined; Bills of Lading Act--
Negotiability of, to be indicated-
Transfer and negotiation.--

152
153
159

Bulls of lading-Continued.
Through—

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Issuance of, via vessel engaged in foreign commerce not to con-
stitute arrangement for continuous carriage ---

79
Rail carrier on export shipment, when space on vessel reserved. 79
Title acquired by transfer of----

159
Validity of negotiation when a breach of duty by person making---- 161
Warranties by person who negotiates or transfers by indorsement
or delivery---

160-161
Warranties of mortgagee or pledgee or other holder of, for security- 161
Blasting caps, transportation of, on passenger vehicles for hire, pro-
hibited.

214
Block Signal Resolution...

223
Board of Adjustment. See Adjustment boards.
Board of Arbitration :
Appeals from awards of..

195
Appointment and compensation of assistants.

192
Attendance of witnesses may be required by ----

192
Awards of, conclusive upon carriers and employees.-

194
Books, papers, documents, etc., production of, may be required by - 192
Certified copy of awards of, to be filed with Interstate Commerce
Commission.

191
Choosing of arbitrators by Board of Mediation ----

190
Controversies over wages, working conditions, etc., may be by agree-
ment submitted to.

189
Courts to liberally construe awards made by---

195
Effective date and continuance of award of ------

193
Execution of award of, by carriers and employees.

194
Fees of witnesses appearing before.-

192
Filing of awards of.---

191, 193, 194
Fixing of time when award of, shall be made.---

193
Hearings before, period of---

193
How chosen

190
Invalid portion of award made by, not to effect remainder.

195
Judgments on awards made by, to be entered by courts-

194
Majority of, to sign awards----

193
Matters to be considered by courts in impending awards of_

195
New arbitrator, appointment, powers and duties.

188
Number of arbitrators.----

193
Oaths may be administered by ----

192
Powers of Interstate Commerce Commission not to be affected by
awards made by ---

191
Procedure before

190
Quarters of

192
Reconvening of, for settlement of disputes between carriers and em-
ployees over wages, working conditions, etc---

187–188, 190–191
Referring back of awards---

194
Rulings of, to be filed in office of clerk of the district court-------- 191
Time and place of reconvening for the settlement of disputes over
wages, working conditions, etc.

188
Board of Mediation:
Acknowledgment by, of agreement to arbitrate----

187
Agreements as to wages, working conditions, etc., between carriers
and employees to be interpreted by-----

186

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