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5. These bills of lading and expense bills must be cancelled so as to prevent their use a second time.
6. The agent at milling point must keep a ledger account with the mill, which should show the receipts of wheat or corn, and the shipments of each kind of milled product made thereunder.
7. Waybills for the product from milling points must show the original point of shipment of the wheat or corn from which it is milled and the number and date of the waybill upon which it is received at the mill.
8. When the conditions of these rules have been fully complied with the agent at the milling point is authorized to waybill shipments of milled products at the difference between the rate on the wheat or corn into the mill and at the rate on the milled product for a distance equal to the sum of the distance from point of origin of the grain (from which milled) to the milling point, plus the distance from the milling point to destination of the milled product, as provided for in local tariff of all railroads.
For example, the agent at Rock Hill, S. C., has a shipment of flour in sacks milled from wheat received from a point 75 miles distant from Rock Hill, to be reshipped to a point 50 miles from Rock Hill. In this instance the total haul is 125 miles. The rate on the wheat into the mill is 12 cents, the rate on the flour in sacks (Class C) for a distance of 125 miles is 17 cents. Shipments should be waybilled from Rock Hill to. destination at the difference between the rate on the grain into the mill and the rate on flour in sacks for the combined distance, or 125 miles, which is 5 cents per hundred pounds.
GRAIN-CLEANING IN TRANSIT. The rate on all movement of grains in South Carolina where grain in transit is stopped at intermediate points for cleaning and grading purposes shall be the present through rate from point of origin to destination, plus 20 per cent. for each and every intermediate stop where cleaning and grading is to be done.
Shrinkage on all reshipments from cleaning points will be allowed.
All shipments stopped at intermediate points for cleaning and grading shall not be in transit exceeding six months.
The above rate is intended for an emergency rate.
Grain delivered at local markets for cleaning purposes cannot be substituted for grain in transit which is held at that point for cleaning
SOUTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO 15
FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD COMMISSION NOTES AND RULES TO BE OBSERVED WHEN APPLYING TOIS EXCEPTION
SIEET. In the absence of classification, rules or ratings in this exception sheet, the classification, rules or ratings of the current issue of Southern Classification, or subsequent issues, and supplements thereto, will apply.
Agate and Graniteware, boxed. Agate and Granite Stamped
and sorghum Mills, fanning, S. U.. Same, drums detached and
packed inside of main
frames Same, K. D., flat, packed
or in bundles Planters, corn and cotton, K.
D., in hundles or boxes... Rollers, field and road
Scrapers, road and pond.... Ammonia, Sulphate; same as
Fertilizers. Asbestos, packed, L. C. L., 20
per cent. higher than C.
Barrels, empty, turpentine, oil.
Excess 10,000 lbs., 50 per
cent. of Class K. Barytes, packed or in sacks, L.
C. L., 20 per cent. higher
than C. L. rate. Barytes, C. L..
or handles, in bundles of
each other, L. C. L... 1 Baskets, packed, nested, crated,
or in bundles, L. C. L... 6 Battings, or Felts, cotton, or
cotton and jute com
bined, pressed in bales. Batting, N. 0. S..... Beans, soy, soya or soja anal elvet
Special Beehives, K. D., crated.
6 Billets, L. C. L....
wood, ash, hickory, oak,
leather, shoe and glove, in
glass, packed Blacking or Dressing, harness,
leather, shoe, and glove,
packed Blocks, shuttle, rough, packed
or in sacks, L. C. L.. Blocks, shuitle, rough, C. L... K Boards, cutting, glass, in crates
Class. Brick, common pressed and fire, L. C. L.
K Brick, common, C. L... Special Brick, pressed, same as brick,
common; brick common
on brick common, C. L. Brick, fire, C. L...
Special Brick, Vitrified, C. L., 60,000 lbs. minimum
Special Broom Corn and Broom Han
dles, mixed, C. L., 20,000
D Broom Corn, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.
sisting of the following ar-
not apply on straight or
doors and blinds only.) Burlaps, packed in bundles or bales, any quantity
Bottles, soda water, mineral or
aerated water, ale, porter and whiskey (glass or earthenware) empty, returned to original shipper and point
of shipment, packed either in packing!
cases or otherwise Boxes, ale, beer, porter and
soda water bottle, returned
empty Boxes, cracker, biscuit
or bread Box and Crate Material or
Shooks, wooden, for the manufacture of packing cases or crates (not including cigar box material), L. C. L., same as
Common Lumber, L. C. L. Box and Crate Material or
Shooks, wooden, for the manufacture of
packing cases or crates (not including cigar box material), carload, min. 30,000 lbs.; same rate per 100 lbs.
as common lumber. Boxes, fish, empty, L. C. L... Boxes, fish, empty, C. L., min.
10,000 lbs. Excess 10,000 lbs. 50 per
cent. of Class K. Boxes, mineral water bottle,
returned empty Boxes or Cases, liquor, wooden,
empty, L. C. L..
lbs. Boxes, paper, boxed or crated,
C. L., min. 10.000 lbs.. Boxes or Crates, wooden, metal
shingle, returned, L. C. L.
Same, C. L., min. wt.
15,000 lbs.. Boxes, paper, boxed or crated,
L. C. L. Boxes, paper, folded, K. D.,
packed, L. C. L. Bran, shorts, mill and shipstuff,
L. C. L. Bran, shorts, mill and shipstuff,
Cake, niter; same as Fertil
izers. Cake, oil; same as Fertilizers. Cake, salt; same as Fertilizers Canned Goods, in boxes, any
quantity Carpeting, viz.: Carpet Lining, in boxes or
boxes or crates Castor Pomace; same as Fer
tilizers. Cement, Portland, or Natural,
and cement plaster, in
bbls. or in sacks, L. C. L.. Cement, Portland or Natural,
and cement plaster, in bbls. or in sacks, C. L...
| Class. Charcoal, C. L...
M Cheese, in boxes or casks
3 Cider, in wood
B Cinders, C. L., min. wt. 30,0001 lbs.
cent. less than Class L, per
ton 2,240 lbs.
nished, wrapped and crat-
2 Confectionery, agreed to be of
the value of 6 cents per
bill of lading, L. C. L..... 5 Concrete Blocks, see stone, ar
tificial or composition, car
used in putting up mill
6 Corn, in sacks, any quantity..] D Cotton, in bales (Upland).. Special Cotton, in balcs (Sea Island),
30 per cent. higher than
piece, but not finished ar-
on the following ar-
or on beams, wrapped and
boxed or crated Cotton Sweepings, Motes and
Card Strippings, in bales (refuse of cotton spinning factories, knitting! mills or cotton seed oil
mills), (ship's option).. Cottonseed Hulls, C. L., same
as Cottonseed. Cottonseed Hulls, L. C. L., 20 per
cent. higher than Class L. Cottonseed Oil Cake; see Cake. Crackers, L. C. L., also meal
and dust Crackers, C. L., also meal and
dust Creosote, pine, not distilled, in
bbls. or iron drums
Class Crossties, C. L. Carboys, empty, crated, com
pletely jacketed, or enclosed
D Demijohns, empty, released,
returned to original shipper and point of shipment,
packed Disinfectants, L. C. L. Disinfectants, C. L. Drums (banana) C. L.,, min.
wt. 10,000 pounds
but less than 10,000 lbs.,
prepaid Loose or in paper sacks,
lots of 10,000 lbs. or over, prepaid or guar
anteed, L. C. L..... In crates, boxes, or cloth
sacks, prepaid or guar
anteed, L. C. L... Loose or packed, C. L.,
min. wt. 20,000 lbs... Note.-Floor Racks, which
are used for the protection of Bananas, and form a part of the necessary fittings of a car, may be returned to the originall shipping points, via thel route originally shipped, when removed from the cars for carrier's convenience and for the purpose of utilizing the equipment)
for other traffic, rates free. Note.-Caretakers in charge
of carload shipments of Bananas will be passed free where this Classification governs for the purpose of looking after the proper ventilation of cars and otherwise caring for shipments, said caretakers to be returned free to point of origin on passenger
trains within three days after arrival of fruit at destination. Care takers will not be passed with L. C. L. shipments, and not more than one caretaker with each car, and free transporation will only be given to caretakers actually in charge of banana shipments, and will not be allowed on account
of fruits and vegetables of
any other description. Furniture: Chairs, N. O. S., minimum
8.000 lbs. N. O. S., all kinds, finished or
in white, minimum 12,000
wire, straw, shuck, excelsior or cotton
F Fertilizers, C. L.; see Specials
rates. Fertilizers, L. C. L., 20 per
cent. higher than C. L. Fiber, palmetto and pine, in
bales Fiber, pine matting, broom
wood Fire Clay; see Clay. Fish, fresh, packed, prepaid or
guaranteed, L. C. L.... Fish, fresh, prepaid or guar
anteed C. L. Fish, fresh, packed, prepaid. Fish, dry, salted, packed .. Fish, pickled or salted, in bar
rels, half barrels, kegs or
kits Fish Scrap; same Fertil
izers. Fixtures, Gas, packed Floorings, ceilings, weather
boardings, and all square dressed stock, to be properly classified, L. C. L., 50 per cent. higher than
Class P. Flour, buckwheat Flour, rice; see Rice Flour. Fluor Spar; same as Fertilizers. Forges, portable Fruit, dried, packed, or in
sacks, C. L., 20,000 lbs... Fruit, green, viz.: Grapes, packed, prepaid or
guaranteed, L. C. L... Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000
lbs. Fruit Jars, packed, L. C. L....! Fruit, apples, in barrels, actuall
weight, L. C. L. . Bananas (see Notes): Loose or in paper sacks,
lots of less than 2,000
lbs., prepaid Loose or in paper sacks,
lots of 2,000 lbs. or over, l.