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TO CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY: REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 22. THIS MATTER WAS ALSO THE SUBJECT OF RECONSIDERATIONS DATED NOVEMBER 4. YOUR CONTENTION IN THE PRESENT SUBMISSION THAT WE HAVE FAILED TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION SECTION 1 OF RULE 27 OF CONSOLIDATED FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE RELEVANT SINCE OUR POSITION THAT THE PICK-UP SERVICE WAS PERFORMED BY THE SHIPPER IS CONSISTENT WITH THAT RULE. THE PRESENT RECORD CONTAINS NO EVIDENCE THAT WAS NOT GIVEN FULL CONSIDERATION HERETOFORE AND. THE PRIOR ACTION IS REAFFIRMED.

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B-62479, JUL. 20, 1956

TO CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY:

REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 22, 1956, FILE NO. N-2306-G A, REFERRING TO OUR LETTER OF MARCH 21, 1956, B-62479, REAFFIRMING THE DECISION OF MARCH 4, 1947, B-62479, WHICH CONSIDERED THE CHARGES ALLOWABLE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF TWO CARLOADS OF COFFEE, WEIGHING 35,700 POUNDS EACH, FROM ATLANTA, GEORGIA, TO FT. BENNING JUNCTION, GEORGIA. THIS MATTER WAS ALSO THE SUBJECT OF RECONSIDERATIONS DATED NOVEMBER 4, 1948, JUNE 16, 1949, AND JUNE 28, 1950.

YOUR CONTENTION IN THE PRESENT SUBMISSION THAT WE HAVE FAILED TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION SECTION 1 OF RULE 27 OF CONSOLIDATED FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION NO. 14 DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE RELEVANT SINCE OUR POSITION THAT THE PICK-UP SERVICE WAS PERFORMED BY THE SHIPPER IS CONSISTENT WITH THAT RULE. SEE ALSO, OUR RECONSIDERATION DATED JUNE 16, 1949, B-62479.

THE PRESENT RECORD CONTAINS NO EVIDENCE THAT WAS NOT GIVEN FULL CONSIDERATION HERETOFORE AND, ACCORDINGLY, THE PRIOR ACTION IS REAFFIRMED.

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