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DISTANCE.

12 miles and under

20 miles and over 12

10 miles and under
12 miles and over 10
15 miles and over 12
20 miles and over 15

80 90 90 90

10 10 10

SO

80 1.10 1.10

40 45 45 50

NOTE: The above tariff is subject to increases under Commission's Circular No. 239, effective June 25, 1918, and supplements thereto and the table of rate increases shown therein must be applied in computing rates.

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Per 100 Pounds.

Per Bbl.

Per 100

Per Ton 2,000

Pounds.

Per Carload 20,000 Lbs.

Per 100 Lbs.

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DISTANCE.

6 miles and under

16 14 12 10

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Rate.
.07
.80
.80

Cotton, per 100 pounds
Brick, C. L., minimum 6,000 brick, per 1,000 brick
Fertilizer, per ton 2,000 pounds, C. L...

Same, L. C. L.
Fuel, wood, C. L., minimum 10 cords, per cord of 128 cubic feet.

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NOTE: The above tariff is subject to increases under Commission's Circular No. 239, effective June 25, 1918, and supplements thereto and the table of rate increases shown therein must be applied in computing rates.

Express Rates

The classification of express matter is divided into two classes : First class and second class. All articles of food are embraced in second class. The first class rates are the basis of all rates and the second class rates are seventy-five per cent. (75%) of the first class rates, except on certain commodities where this rate has been modified for intra-State traffic in South Carolina.

The modifications to the above, as adopted by this Commission, are as follows:

SECTION 1.

Rate on the following commodities is sixty per cent. (60%) of the first class rate, viz.:

Apples
Bananas
Beans
Beets
Berries
Berry Plants
Cantaloupes
Clams (in shell)
Coca Cola (see note)
Corn (green) on cob
Cucumbers

Ginger Ale
Grape Fruit
Lemons
Limes
Onions
Oranges
Oysters (in shell)
Peaches
Pears
Peas
Pep-To-Lac (see note)

Pineapples
Pop (see note)
Potatoes
Soda Water and other

similar aerated or
carbonated beverages

(see note)
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Turnips
Vegetable Plants

Cabbage-Rate is fifty per cent. (50%) of the first-class rate.

Note-Coca-Cola, Pep-to-Lac, Pop, Soda Water and other similar aerated or carbonated beverages, in cases containing six dozen short pints, charge for 125 pounds per case. Empty carriers may be returned at 11c each when the outbound shipments are forwarded by express.

SECTION 2.-RATES ON MILK AND CREAM.

Rates on Milk and Cream in intrastate traffic between points in South Carolina:

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Not over 5
Not over 5.
Over 5 and not over
Over 15 and not over 20
Over 20 and not over 30
Over 30 and not over 40
Over 40 and not over

50 Over 50 and not over

60 Over 60 and not over 70 Over 70 and not over 80. Over 80 and not over 90 Over 90 and not over

95 Over 95 and not over 100 Over 100 and not over 125, Over 125 and not over 150 Over 150 and not over 175 Over 175 and not over 200 Over 200 and not over 225 Over 225 and not over 250. Over 250

7 9 11 11 12 14 15 16 17 19 19 20 22 25 27 29 30 31 31

17 17 20 21 22 25 27 29 30 31 34 36 39 40 41 42 42

14 14 17 20 22 25 26 29 32 34 36 37 39 41 44 46 47 49 50 50

APPLICATION OF TARIFF. Note 1.—The rates named herein will apply on fluid Milk and Cream when transported in the ordinary standard cans of the capacity mentioned, and will govern shipments only when the consignee removes the filled container from the depot premises of the express company and delivers the empty container to the depot premises of the express company.

Note 2.-If Milk or Cream is forwarded in iced or jacketed cans, or freezers, the charge must be based upon the gross weight of the container at a rate per hundred pounds equivalent to the charge upon a ten-gallon standard can transported the same distance.

Note 3.-If wagon service is performed by the express company the second-class rates as defined in Official Express Classification will apply.

Note 4.-Claims arising from loss or damage to shipments of Cream must be adjusted upon the basis of milk valuation if the transportation charge assessed was upon the basis of the mileage rates mentioned herein.

Note 5.-Ordinary standard Mill or Cream Cans, when delivered to the depot by the original consignee, will be returned empty to the original shipper free of charge. Empties, other than the standard Milk or Cream Cans, will be charged for as defined in the Official Express Classification.

Note 6.-Minimum charge on any single shipment, 16 cents.

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The charge on Mineral Water shipments must be computed on continuous mileage rates, at pound rates, minimum charge 38 cents per shipment, unless the rate per hundred pounds would make a lower minimum charge.

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