Arbitration Cases; No. 1-No. 96, Decided by the Per Diem Rules Arbitration Committee

Arbitration Cases; No. 1-No. 96, Decided by the Per Diem Rules Arbitration Committee

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...railway was a non-per diem road. It was and is immaterial to the C. R.R. of N. J. that a railroad company to a point on whose line the C. R.R. of N. J. had waybilled a load in a foreign car, chose to use the South Buflalo Railway, or any other non-per diem road, to reach the private siding, the premises, the.woI-ks of the consignee, and to deliver to such non-er diem road the foreign car, with its contents, way illed to a destination on its own line, instead of making a team track delivery to dray of the consignee at the waybill destination, or requiring the South Buffalo Railway to furnish its own cars into which the freight should be transferred and hauled to such' rivate siding. It was and is unreasonable to charge t e C. R.R. Co. of N. J. with the duty of knowing the handicaps under which the complainant lines labored with respect to making Lackawanna Steel Company deliveries, but such knowledge and belief as the C. R.R. Co. of N. J. had and has with respect to such deliveries were and are to the effect that the South Buffalo road acted as a switching line for its direct connections, in that cars were not through-billed to points on its line, but only to destinations on its connections, and that it made a switching charge against such direct connections; and the C. R.R. Co. of N. J. holds that the disposition of such switching charges, whether absorbed by the direct connection in consideration of its greater share of the through rate and earnings, or apportioned among all the roads forming a through line, has no relevancy nor pertinence to the per diem uestion in controversy. "That the Sout Buffalo road was and is a switching road for its connections is borne out by the fact that since the period in controversy it more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236988957
  • 9781236988959