Inventory of the Public Utilities Commission Records. Part I, 1979

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Inventory of the Public Utilities Commission Records. Part I, 1979

Inventory: F3725



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Sacramento, California

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1979
© 2000 California Secretary of State. All rights reserved.

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Title: Public Utilities Commission Records. Part I,
Date (inclusive): 1979
Inventory: F3725
Creator: Public Utilities Commission
Repository: California State Archives
Sacramento, California
Language: English.

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Preface and Guide to Inventory

The records of the Public Utilities Commission and its predecessor, the California Railroad Commission, described in this inventory contain a large amount of information on the facilities and operations of railroad companies, gas and electric companies, water companies, and telephone and telegraph companies in California. The collection thus bears significantly upon the social and economic history of the state.
Arranged according to the organization of the Public Utilities Commission in 1953, the inventory includes descriptive detail on the following divisions: Administrative, Utilities, Transportation, Finance and Accounts, and the Southern District. Series descriptions include entry number, title, volume in number of folders (f) and/or volumes (vols.), date span, file number, location data, detail on physical types, and notes on subject content.
A substantial portion of the described material consists of selected FORMAL COMPLAINTS and FORMAL APPLICATIONS acted on by the commission between 1908 and 1932. Complaint and application files relate to particular companies. They contain correspondence, memoranda, reports, legal documents, statistical data, transcripts of hearings, exhibits, and engineers' valuations which often provide in-depth documentation of various aspects of company operations.
An alphabetical name index of railroad companies and other utilities which lists all series or subseries containing information on a particular company is provided on pages 264 through 288.
The inventory itemizes a large number of maps, blueprints, drawings, and photographs, which are a part of the files described. The detailed worksheets developed by the Archives in the course of processing this material have been collected in three binders, labeled Public Utilities Map Book, which are available for reference and research use in the Search Room of the State Archives. Citation of the P.U.C. Map Book in the inventory refers to this Search Room finding aid.
Series 21 of the inventory deserves special note. In 1912 the Commission required all steam, electric, street, and switching railroads in California to submit a complete set of maps of the location of their lines and facilities. Series 21 lists the ninety-five railroad companies that submitted some 5,000 maps in responding to the order. These maps contain a vast amount of detailed and precise information on rights of way, plats of stations, depots, yards, and other facilities, ownership of land and location of structures adjacent to railroad lines, and nearby geographic features. The Archives has a card index listing these maps by railroad and/or geographical location, with separate indexes for (1) alignments, (2) profiles, and (3) station plats. The card index is further divided between the facilities of the Southern Pacific Company and all other railroads operating in California in 1912.

Agency History

The duties of the Public Utilities Commission (hereafter P.U.C.) involve the regulation of the intrastate activities of railroads and other transportation companies, including inter-urban and street railways, steamship companies, canals, toll bridges, pipelines, and freight by stages and trucks, and includes the regulation of warehouses and of public utilities engaged in the selling of water for domestic and irrigation purposes, gas, electric power, steam heat, telephone and telegraphic services. It is primarily charged with (1) fixing rates and granting reporation for excess charges: (2) supervising service conditions: (3) controlling financing of public utilities: and (4) regulating their competition with one another.
The first attempt by the state government to regulate public utilities came with the establishment of a Transportation Commission in 1876, composed of three commissioners with limited jurisdiction over steam railways ( Stats. 1875-76, Chap. 515). The next year the Commission was abolished and replaced by a single Commissioner of Transportation, empowered to examine complaints against steam railways and report to the governor ( Stats. 1877-78, Chap. 641). In 1879, under section 22 of Article XII of the State's newly passed constitution, the California Railroad Commission (hereafter C.R.C.) was created to replace the Transportation Commissioner. This Commission inherited all the authority of its predecessor, as well as authority to review long and short haul practices, increases and reductions in rates, and discriminations in charges. The next year its authority was expanded to include all railroads other than street railroads, and steamboats in intrastate transportation ( Stats. 1880, Chap. 59).
In 1909, the Wright Act ( Stats. 1909, Chap. 312), endowed the Commission with the power to fix maximum rates. The modern authority and responsibilities of the Commission were the result of the Railroad Commission Act ( Stats. 1911, Chap. 20), the Public Utilities Act ( Stats. 1911, 1st Ex. Sess., Chap. 14) and Assembly Amendments of 1911, Nos. 6, 47, and 50 (amendments adopted by special election on October 10, 1911).
In 1911, the newly reformed C.R.C. created four departments to facilitate its operations (Legal, Rates, Statistics and Accounts, and Engineering). The Rates and Engineering Departments in turn established divisions to deal with particular functions (see Chart I at end of agency history). In 1917, the C.R.C. was given authority over auto stages and trucks ( Stats. 1917, Chap. 213) and a new department was established to handle this function. In 1935, the Commission's authority was further expanded to cover highway and city carriers ( Stats. 1935, Chap. 223 and Chap. 312).
The basic structure of the C.R.C. remained unchanged until 1937 when the Commission reorganized itself. The Rates and the Engineering Departments were eliminated and the divisions which had composed them were divided between the newly created Utilities and Transportation Departments (see Chart II at end of agency history).
The organization of the Commission has remained unchanged essentially from 1937 to the present. In 1946, by amendment of section22 of Article XII of the State Constitution, the name was changed to the Public Utilities Commission. By a 1953 administrative action, its departments were re-named divisions and its divisions were re-titled branches.

List of Abbreviations

  • A.T.&.S.F. Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co.
  • C.R.C. California Railroad Commission
  • C.C.G.&.E. Central California Gas and Electric Co.
  • C.V.G.&.E. Coast Valleys Gas and Electric Co.
  • I.C. Informal Complaint
  • I.C.C. Interstate Commerce Commission
  • L.A.G.&.E. Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corp.
  • L.A.Ry. Los Angeles Railway Co.
  • L.A.&.S.L.Ry. Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Co.
  • McC.R.Ry. McCloud River Railroad Co.
  • M.C.P.S.Co. Midlands Counties Public Service Corp.
  • M.V.&.Mt.T.Ry. Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais Railway Co.
  • M.V.Mt.T.&.M. W.S.Ry. Mill Valley, Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Scenic Railway Co.
  • M.&.E.T.Co. Modesto and Empire Traction Co.
  • Mt.K.L.&.P. Mt. Konocti Light and Power Co.
  • N.-C.P.Co. Nevada-California Power Co.
  • N.-C.-O.Ry. Nevada-California-Oregon Railway Co.
  • N.C.N.G.Ry. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Co.
  • N.C.P.Co. Northern California Power Co.
  • N.E.Ry. Northern Electric Railway Co.
  • N.W.P.R.R. Northwestern Pacific Railroad Co.
  • O.,A.&.E.Ry. Oakland, Antioch and Eastern Railway Co.
  • O.S.R.R. Ocean Shore Railroad Co.
  • P.E.Ry. Pacific Electric Railway Co.
  • P.G.&E. Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
  • P.T.&.T. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
  • P.Ry. Penninsular Railway Co.
  • P.W.Co. People's Water Co.
  • P.&.S.R.R.R. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Co.
  • P.U.C. Public Utilities Commission
  • R.T.Co. Reedley Telephone Co.
  • R.Tel.Co. Roseville Telephone Co.
  • S.&.W.R.R. Sacramento and Woodland Railroad Co.
  • S.D.&.A.R.R. San Diego and Arizona Railroad Co.
  • S.D.C.G.&.E. San Diego Consolidated Gas and Electric Co.
  • S.D.E.Ry. San Diego Electric Railway Co.
  • S.D.&.S.E.R.R. San Diego and Southeastern Railroad Co.
  • S.F.,N.&.C.Ry. San Francisco, Napa, and Calistoga Railway Co.
  • S.F.-O.T.Ry. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railway Co.
  • S.G.V.W.Co. San Gabriel Valley Water Co.
  • S.J.L.&.P.Co. San Joaquin Light and Power Co.
  • S.J.W.Co. San Jose Water Co.
  • S.B.&.S.Ry. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Co.
  • S.Ry.Co. of Cal. Sierra Railway Company of California
  • S.&.S.F.P.Co. Sierra and San Francisco Power Co.
  • S.C.E.Co. Southern California Edison Co.
  • S.C.G.Co. Southern Counties Gas Co.
  • S.P.R.R. Southern Pacific Railroad Co.
  • S.S.P.Co. Southern Sierras Power Co.
  • S.W.H.T.Co. Southwestern Home Telephone Co.
  • S.T.&.E.R.R. Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad Co.
  • S.V.W.Co. Spring Valley Water Co.
  • T.W.&.P.Co. Tujunga Water and Power Co.
  • U.R.R. of S.F. United Railroads of San Francisco
  • V.&.N.R.R. Vallejo and Northern Railroad Co.
  • W.F.&.Co. Wells Fargo and Co.
  • W.P.Ry. Western Pacific Railway Co.
  • W.S.G.&.E.Co. Western States Gas & Electric Co.

Bibliography

Report of the Railroad Commission of California, June 1, 1911 to June 30, 1912 (Sacramento, 1912) - contains a complete agency history as of 1912, a description of C.R.C. practices and procedures, and the complete texts of the Acts of 1909 and 1911 endowing the modern Commission with its authority.
The Rules and Procedures of the Railroad Commission of the State of California (Sacramento, 1912); and an indexed copy of the Public Utilities Act (Sacramento, 1912) as filed in F3725:1, Box 1, Bin 6084.
Carl I. Wheat, Practices and Procedures before the Railroad Commission of California (Sacramento, 1927) - pamphlet reprint of an article in California Law Review, Vol. XV, No. 8 (Sept., 1927).
Roy C. Wakefield, California Railroad Commission (Sacramento, 1937) - pamphlet written by the president of the C.R.C. describing its history, organization, functions, and procedures.

Index

Alameda Belt Line
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219.
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Amador Central Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C150, C440.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934.
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Amador Electric Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A4119.
American Express Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C124, C354.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A45.
American Irrigation Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C652.
Angel's Flight Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A306.
Antelope Creek and Red Bluff Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A303.
Arcata and Mad River Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Arizona, California and Nevada Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A488.
Arrowhead Reservoir and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A218.
Associated Telephone Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S390.
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C103, C110, C113, C116, C125, C126, C220, C235, C250, C253, C256, C341, C343, C346, C359, C398, C422, C424, C436, C475, C504, C524, C529, C539, C576, C599, C691, C738, C780, C799, C805, C830, C903, C933, C970, C1007, C1071
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A173, A301, A504, A2934
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C970, A9671
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
31. G.O. No. 65, 1955-1960
Auto Freight and Express Service
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6271.
Avalon Public Service Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Bakersfield Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C556.
Bakersfield Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C713
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A86.
Baldwin Park Domestic Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C423, C664, C898.
Bard Oil and Asphalt Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C450.
Barstow Utility Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A371.
Bass Lake Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Bay Point and Clayton Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C232, C233.
Bear Gulch Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C419, C718.
Beaumont Land and Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C308.
Belvedere Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C908.
Ben Ali Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Beverly Hills Utility Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1003.
Bidwell Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Big Four Electric Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A144, A372.
Black Point Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C870.
Blythe Gas Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S188.
Boca and Loyalton Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C256
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A482
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Bolians Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C491.
Bucksport and Elk River Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C165
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Buena Vista Canal Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Buena Vista Hills Gas Range
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C464.
Burbank Electric Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A187.
Butte County Railroad
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Butte Valley Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A12612.
Calaveras Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
California, Arizona, and Santa Fe Railway Co
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
California Central Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
California Coke and Gas Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A452.
California Electric Power Company
24. REPORTS PREPARED FOR FORMAL COMPLAINT CASES, 1932-1949
California Interstate Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
California Lands Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2978.
California-Michigan Canal and Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C791
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A273.
California Natural Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C357.
California Northeastern Railroad Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
California-Oregon Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A4196
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S605
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
California Pacific Utility Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
California Railway
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
California, Shasta, and Eastern Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A365
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
California Southern Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1790.
California Steam Navigation and Improvement Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2930.
California Telephone and Light Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C917
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A498, A2171.
California Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2929.
California Water Service
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S792, S793, S794
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
California Water and Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
California Western Railroad and Steamship Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C167
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A373
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Calistoga Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C508, C538, C555, C967
Camino, Placerville and Lake Tahoe Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C183
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Capay Valley Telephone System
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Capital Accomodations, Inc
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Carelian Bay Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Caruthers Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Cement, Tolenas & Tidewater Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Central California Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C966
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1, A14, A15, A204, A1944.
Central California Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Central California Traction Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C250
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A97, A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
22. URBAN TRANSPORTATION REPORTS, 1930-1958
Central Pacific Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1928 A15428
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
Central Oil Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C450.
Central Pacific Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C196
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A397, A409, A626, A628.
Central Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A447.
Central Valley Project
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S365.
Central Valley Water and Power Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S136.
Ceres Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Chileno Valley Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C530.
Chowchilla Pacific Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Citrus Belt Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C604, C662
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A359.
Clara Vista Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A321.
Clara Street Water Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S661.
Clear Lake Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A651.
Cloverdale Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A498.
Coal Fields Railway
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Coalinga Consolidated Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C623
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A151, A1341.
Coalinga Gas and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C624.
Coast Counties Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C285
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A16955
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S230, S231, S232, S233, S304, S415
24. REPORTS PREPARED FOR FORMAL COMPLAINT CASES, 1932-1949
Coast Valleys Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C495, C499, C533, C648, C684.
Colfax Telephone Exchange
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Collins Commercial Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A233.
Columbia Oil Producing Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C450.
Colusa County Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Colusa and Lake Railroad
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Conservative Realty Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A494.
Corona Home Telephone and Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C660, C661.
Corona City Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C661.
Corona Gas and Electric Light Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C737.
Consolidated Canal Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C390.
Consolidated Heat, Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A213.
Consolidated Utilities Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A565.
Consolidated Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6409.
Covina City Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A417.
Crescent City Light, Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C607.
Cresent City Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C411, C539
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Crescent City Water Works
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A277.
Crescent City Wharf and Dock Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C706.
Crocker Hoffman Land and Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C299, C340, C755.
Cuyamaca Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C631.
Davies Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6412.
Davis Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A594.
Death Valley Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Delano-Linus Valley Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A638, A673
Del Paso Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Delta Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A13461.
De Pue Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Diamond and Caldor Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS. 1908-1932 C169
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Diamond Ridge Ditch Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C548.
Domestic Water Company of Santa Maria
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A189.
Donner Lake Utilities Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Dorris Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Dos Palos Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Dunforth Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Dutch Flat Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Eagle Rock Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C435.
East Bay Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A5503.
East Side Canal Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1250
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Economic Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C594
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A500.
Eel River and Southern Telephone Company of Frendal
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A184.
Electric Power Potential of California
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S84, S685, S779
Elk Grove Mutual Telephone Association
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A7893.
Elk Grove Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Elsinor Electric Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A358.
Empire Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C494.
Encanto Heights Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C547.
Escalon Water and Light Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Escondido Light and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C334.
Etna Development Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C965.
Eureka and Freshwater Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Fair Oaks Water Service
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1239, C1240, C1241
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2944.
Fall River Mills Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Farmers Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2932.
Farmers Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A311.
Fariss Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C454.
Federal Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6258.
Fernley and Lassen Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A195.
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Foresthill Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Fowler Independent Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A572.
Freeport Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A309.
Freeport Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Fresno Canal and Irrigation Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C397, C651, C858
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Fresno City Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A297.
Fresno, Hanford and Summit Lake Interurban Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A374.
Fresno Interurban Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Fresno Traction Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C314
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Frey Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Fruit Growers of California
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A39.
Gas Rationing (Natural Gas)
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S317.
General Telephone Company of California
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
General Telephone Directory Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S390.
Georgetown Divide Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Gilroy Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Glendale Consolidated Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C303.
Glendale and Eagle Rock Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C486
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A738.
Glendale and Montrose Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Glen Ellen Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Global Express Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A45.
Golden Gate Bridge
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938
Golden Gate Ferry Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C2039, C2221, A11692, A12661, A15428.
Golden Gate San Rafael Ferry Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 A15428.
Graham Farm Lands Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A448, A458.
Great Northern Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219.
Great Western Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C269, C285, C351, C881, C931, C1204
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A145, A237, A357, A458, A3459, A5585, A9767.
Gridley Water Users Association
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C426.
Half Moon Bay Light and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A27, A166, A429
Hanford Gas and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C945.
Harbor Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Hawthorne Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A5.
Hermosa Beach Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C287, C470, C487, C919
Hetch Hetchy Railroad
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Hollister Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C639.
Holton Inter-Urban Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C127
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1912-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Hornitos Telephone Exchange
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Home Gas Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A14.
Home Oil Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C450.
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Los Angeles
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1006.
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Santa Barbara
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C522.
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2522.
Home Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A110.
Honey Lake Valley Mutual Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C634.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A419.
Honolulu Consolidated Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C464.
Howard Terminal Railway
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Hughson Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C733.
Humboldt Transit Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A699.
Hunt Hatch Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2955.
Huntington Beach Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C480.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A791.
Huntington Lake Hotel Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9242.
Hylton Warehouse Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Imperial Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2510
Independence Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATIONS OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Independent Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Indian Valley Electric Light Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A46
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S190, S408
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Indian Valley Railroad
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Inglewood Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C437.
Inter-California Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C127.
Interstate Stages
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9758.
Interstate Telegraph Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S405.
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Interurban Land Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C350.
Iron Mountain Railway Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Irwin Heights Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C698.
Isleton Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Jackson Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
James Mutual Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Kerman Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C858.
Kerman Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A678, A5793, A8291.
Kennett Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C715.
Kern Island Canal Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Kern Mutual Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Kern River Canal and Irrigating Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Kernville Domestic Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Kettleman City Water System
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Key System Transit Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 A40084, Accident on Ferryboat Peralta
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Keystone Express System
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C3990.
Kings Lake Shore Railroad Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Kings River Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A7211.
Klamath Lake Railroad Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Klamath Water, Light and Power Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Lake Hemet Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1842.
Lake Tahoe Railway Transport Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C174
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Lankershire Land Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C637.
Lassen Electric Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A584.
Laurel Canyon Land Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C541.
Lawndale Land and Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A370.
Lincoln Grain Growers Association
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A12521.
Lincoln Northern Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Lindsay Home Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A85, A626.
Little Rock Power and Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A288.
Livermore Water and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A438.
Livingston Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Lone Pine Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Los Angeles and Arizona Land Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C511.
Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corporation
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C594, C725, C1390
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A452, A1830.
Los Angeles Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C337, C486, C509, C920
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A894, A4238
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C970, A9671
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C970
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C970
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Los Angeles and San Diego Railway
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C131.
Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C265, C455
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Los Angeles Terminal Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C970.
Los Gatos Ice, Gas, and Electric Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A154.
Los Gatos Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A423
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Madera Canal and Irrigation Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C418, C498.
Marin County Water Works
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A531.
Marin Municipal Water District
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1154.
Marin Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C611, C731, C735, C820.
Mariposa County Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Market Street Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A284, A5840.
Martinez-Benicia Ferry Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C2044.
Masonic Home of California
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S132.
McCloud River Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C101, C175, C580, C3310
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S485
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
McHann Laycock Domestic Water System
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S603.
Mendocino Electric Light and Power Company
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Merced Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Metropolitan Warehouse Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A16.
Mexico Stage Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A8401.
Middle Yuba Hydro-Electric Company
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Midlands Counties Public Service Corporation
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C977, C1021
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A5535.
Midway Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C464, C1390
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A202.
Miller and Lux Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A8, A247.
Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C176
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A437
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Minarets and Western Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Minkler Southern Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Modesto and Empire Traction Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C235, C953
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Mohawk Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C255.
Mojave Northern Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Mojave to Owenjo Railroad Company (owned by Central Pacific R.R.)
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C196.
Monterey County Water Works
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C500
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A950.
Monterey and Pacific Grove Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C315
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Monticello Steamship Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2928
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 A15428.
Mount Jackson Water and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A566.
Mount Konocti Light and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C641
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A147, A422.
Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Scenic Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A437
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Mount Whitney Power and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C268, C654, C750
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A287, A1673.
Municipal Railway of San Francisco
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Murphy Water, Ice, and Light Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C579, C817
Napa City Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C575.
Napa Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2926.
Napa Valley Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C508, C538, C967.
Natomas Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Natural Gas Supplies in the State of California
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S116, S193, S258, S409
Needles Gas and Electric Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A488.
Nevada, California and Oregon Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C177, C255, C305, C389, C536, C560, C832, C845
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Nevada, California and Oregon Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2377.
Nevada-California Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1435
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S42
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Nevada and California Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C200
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C117, C178, C478
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A486
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Nevada County Traction Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C317.
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Newman Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Nordoff Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A577.
North Coast Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1154.
North Fork Ditch Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
North Gualala Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
North Los Altos Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
North Pacific Steamship Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C849.
North Sacramento Light and Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A237.
Northern California Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C675, C676, C677, C711
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A62, A156, A1625.
Northern Electric Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C227, C473, C484, C514, C526, C693
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A33, A56, A65, A84, A97, A135, A246, A359
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Northern Warehouses Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A72.
Northern Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C642.
Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C114, C179, C273, C333, C341, C386, C475, C492, C524, C606, C925, C998
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 A15428
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
31. G. O. NO. 65, 1955-1960
Oakland Terminal Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219.
Oakland, Antioch and Eastern Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C126, C484, C514
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A296, A421, A425, A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Oasis Palms Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
O'Brien, Littlerock Fruitland Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C510.
Ocean Shore Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C180, C330, C756, C838
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A82, A601
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Oceanside Electric Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2110.
Ojai Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A577.
Ontario-Upland Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C458
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Oro Electric Corporation
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A64, A347.
Owens Valley Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Pacific Building Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C446.
Pacific Commercial Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6412.
Pacific Coast Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C181
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A573, A32219
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Pacific Electric Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C253, C281, C393, C431, C457, C459, A504, C546, C567, C587, C680, C705, C824, C891, C892, C911, C912, C924, C970, C984
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A219, A349, A2369, A2934, A3791, A5806, A13460
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C970, A9671
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
26. SPECIAL RAILROAD CROSSING REPORTS, 1911-1961
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C269, C351, C395, C400, C466, C477, C478, C544, C550, C613, C638, C665, C668, C679, C707, C720, C727, C742, C743, C764, C785, C790, C818, C839, C863, C875, C890, C930, C935, C990, C1176, C1263
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A89, A210, A421, A438, A603, A1831, A3459, A5567, A9768
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S11, S34, S56, S108, S152, S208, S245, S265, S303, S304, S401, S526
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
16. G.O. 58-A - GAS ACCIDENTS, 1942-1960
31. G.O. 65, 1955-1960
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Transit System (Sacramento)
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A214
22. URBAN TRANSPORTATION REPORTS, 1930-1958
Pacific Greyhound Lines
31. G.O. 65, 1955-1960
Pacific Light and Power Corporation
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A183
14. VALUATIONS FILED BY UTILITIES, 1930-1931
Pacific Lighting Corporation
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S803
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Pacific Lighting Gas Supply Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C285, C294, C351, C387, C407, C448, C465, C522, C523, C670, C733, C808, C833, C869, C873, C884, C1006, C1074
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2, A54, A240, A274, A281, A434, A448, A456, A565, A638, A1870, A2109, A13795
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S39, S799
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
18. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE MAPS, 1926-1929
31. G.O. 65, 1955-1960
Pacific Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Palermo Land and Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A337
Palm Desert Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Palo Alto Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C288.
Pajaro Valley Consolidated Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C182.
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Peerless Stage Association
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A3530.
Peninsular Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C144, C377, C593
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
People's Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C284, C399, C617, C900
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A109, A1531
Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C145, C368, C386
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A449, A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Pine Flat Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Pinole Light and Power Company
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Pit River Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A470, A693.
Pittsburg-Sacramento Auto Ferry
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A8268.
Pleasant Valley Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C623
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1341.
Point Loma Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Pomona Valley Telephone and Telegraph Union
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A111.
Ponderosa Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Porterville and Northeastern Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C184
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Postal Telegraph-Cable Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C710.
Postal Telegraph Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S373.
Pullman Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C462.
Public Utility Corporation of California
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S433
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Quincy Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Quincy Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1169
Quincy and Western Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C185.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A41
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Radio Telephones (initiation of service in California)
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S452.
Radio Telephone Utility Service
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Ramon Valley Railroad Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Randsburg Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Raymond Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A89, A391
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Reedley Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C603, C1373, C1380
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A171, A369
Richmond Belt Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C186
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Richmond and San Rafael Ferry Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C2042, C3020.
Riverbank Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Riverside-Redlands Interurban Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A4.
Riverside, Real to and Pacific Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934.
Rodeo-Vallejo Ferry Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C2043, A7817, A8512.
Rohnerville Water Works
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Roseville Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C833
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A123, A9250
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S119
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Rural Electrification Administration
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S102.
Russian River Gas Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Russian River Terrace Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Sacramento-Corning Freight Line
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9870.
Sacramento-Galt Freight Line
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9709.
Sacramento Mutual Gas Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A446.
Sacramento Northern Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
22. URBAN TRANSPORTATION REPORTS, 1930-1958
Sacramento Terminal Railway Company
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Sacramento Transportation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2933.
Sacramento Valley and Eastern Railraod Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C187
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Sacramento Valley Electric Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A50, A75, A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Sacramento Valley Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2511.
Sacramento Valley West Side Canal Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C673
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2978, A3369
Sacramento Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A502.
Sacramento and Woodland Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C345, C526
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A37, A59, A146, A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
San Diego and Arizona Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C188
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A808, A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Diego Consolidated Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C815
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A223, A344
San Diego Electric Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C369, C754
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1206, A3808
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Diego Gas and Electric Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S108, S528, S787, S788.
San Diego, Riverside and Los Angeles Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A163.
San Diego and Southeastern Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C189, C843
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A1752.
San Diego Transit System
27. REPORTS PREPARED FOR CASES AND APPLICATIONS, 1961
San Fernando Valley Development Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A512.
San Francisco, Napa and Calistoga Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C202, C322, C758, C759, C760
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938
San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C321, C412, C453, C571, C744, C844, C985
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A324, A379
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Francisco-Richmond Ferry Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A5097.
San Francisco and Sacramento Navigation Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2931
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Gabriel Valley Water Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S603, S802
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
San Gabriel Valley Home Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A281.
San Gorgonio Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C308.
San Joaquin Associated Telephone Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S795.
San Joaquin and Eastern Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Joaquin and King's River Canal and Irrigation Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C834.
San Joaquin Light and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C268, C357, C578, C781
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A81, A278, A1666, A3531, A4064
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
14. VALUATIONS FILED BY UTILITIES, 1930-1931
San Joaquin Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
San Jose Terminal Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C409
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Jose and Santa Clara County Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C409.
San Jose Terminal Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A57
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
San Jose Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C476, C489, C535
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A559, A9579
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
San Lorenzo Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C445.
San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C104, C111, C115, C191, C253, C256, C475, C539, C784
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C920
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Santa Barbara Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C961
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A160.
Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932, C888
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A248, A249.
Santa Clara Water and Irrigating Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C349.
Santa Fe Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6412.
Santa Maria Gas and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A126.
Santa Maria Valley Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Santa Maria Water Works
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A189.
Santa Monica Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C701.
Santa Rosa Water Works
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A197.
Sanger Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1373
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A703.
Saratoga Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A133.
Scrips Bureau
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C493.
Seawall Bonded Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Second World War - see World War II
Shasta Transit Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9757.
Shastina Water Service
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Sierra Madre Telephone and Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A489.
Sierra and Mohawk Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C192
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Sierra Pacific Power Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S187, S189
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Sierra Railway Company of California
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C359, C910
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A301, A2934, A32219
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Sierra and San Francisco Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C285, C565, C748, C1176
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A3602.
Siskiyou Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Smith River Power Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Snowball-Sullivan Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C510.
Snow Mountain Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C483
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A83.
Soledad Land and Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C361.
Sonoma City Water Works
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C734.
Sonoma Water and Irrigating Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
South End Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
South Feather River Land and Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C558.
South Kings River Ditch Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A8600.
South Pacific Coast Railway Company
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 A15428.
South San Francisco Belt Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C194.
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
South San Joaquin Irrigation District
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A3526.
Southern California Edison Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C290, C298, C594, C699, C726, C1390
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A34, A165, A172, A350, A1424, A1830, A5394, A10882
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S108, S115, S153, S179, S304, S415, S790
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Southern California Gas Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
13. P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
34. CORRESPONDENCE, 1966
Southern California Mountain Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A169.
Southern California Telephone Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6285.
Southern California Utility Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A87.
Southern California Water Company
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S661, S800, S801.
Southern Counties Gas Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A380, A3434
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S199
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
14. VALUATIONS FILED BY UTILITIES, 1930-1931
34. CORRESPONDENCE, 1966
Southern Pacific Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C102, C105, C106, C107, C108, C110, C111, C112, C115, C116, C117, C119, C125, C127, C204, C205, C220, C222, C225, C226, C228, C229, C230, C232, C233, C245, C247, C248, C252, C253, C254, C256, C260, C263, C264, C266, C267, C270, C276, C282, C300, C301, C328, C331, C335, C338, C339, C341, C342, C345, C346, C353, C356, C359, C360, C376, C385, C396, C404, C405, C406, C413, C414, C417, C424, C425, C439, C461, C463, C467, C475, C485, C512, C539, C557, C580, C591, C592, C593, C596, C600, C628, C633, C672, C681, C686, C692, C723, C762, C793, C801, C814, C831, C876, C878, C893, C897, C901, C918, C923, C946, C953, C970, C973.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A37, A59, A84, A100, A112, A173, A185, A200, A206, A252, A275, A290, A301, A352, A377, A403, A409, A462, A474, A484, A553, A612, A849, A1831, A2924, A2934, A3086, A9857, A32219
19. INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938 C970, C2041, A11692, A12856, A15428
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
27. REPORTS PREPARED FOR CASES AND APPLICATIONS, 1961
31. G. O. NO. 65, 1955-1960
35. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY HISTORICAL OUTLINE, 1931
Southern Sierras Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A181, A371, A1391, A11743
13. P. U. C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926
Southwestern Home Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C448, C523, C621
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A286, A6398.
State Auto Stage Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6265.
State Belt Railroad (San Francisco)
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C220.
Stockton Electric Railroad Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C206
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A51, A336, A553, A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Stone Canon Railroad
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Sutter Butte Canal Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C426
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A239, A2963.
Sugar Pine Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C207
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Suisun Development Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A402.
Sunset Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C125, C346
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934, A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Susanville Water Works
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A418.
Sutherland's Tia Juana Stages
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A8401.
Spring Valley Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C842
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2739.
Sweetwater Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C472, C568
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A312.
Taxation of Utilities
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S33, S410, S419.
Telephone Rates
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S39.
Terra Bella City Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A339.
Tidewater Southern Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C493
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934, A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C210, C256
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Trona Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934, A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Tujunga Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C433, C434, C441, C561, C999
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A262, A512
Tulare County Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C268
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A104, A368, A439.
Turlock Telegraph and Telephone Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1374.
Tuolumne County Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C372.
Tuolumne Telephone Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Tennessee Valley Authority
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S476.
Union Hollywood Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C546.
Union Home Telephone and Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C448
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A159.
Union Oil Company of California
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C450.
Union Pacific Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219.
Union Pacific - Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railway Company
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
United Railroads of San Francisco
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C610
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A148, A283, A284, A5840
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
Union Terminal Warehouse Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A6412.
Union Transfer Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C414.
Union Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A5503.
United Light, Fuel, and Power Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A428, A1542.
United States Farm Land Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9246.
United States Long Distance Telephone and Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C523.
Vallecito Water Company
12. REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969
Vallejo Free Warehouse
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C358.
Vallejo Light Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C540.
Vallejo and Northern Railroad Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A205, A214, A407,
Valley Gas and Fuel Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A452.
Ventura County Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C148, C569, C570.
Ventura County Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C148
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A32219
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Victory Garden Water Rates
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S355, S406.
Visalia Electric Railway Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Wells Fargo and Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C121, C122, C279, C307, C312, C532, C602, C694
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A45, A236, A894.
West Coast Gas Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C894.
West San Joaquin Valley Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C822.
Western Empire Suburban Farms Association
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C1065.
Western Pacific Railway Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C125, C256, C382, C475
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2351, A2934
31. G. O. NO. 65, 1955-1960
Western States Gas and Electric Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C497, C565
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A140, A304, A1998.
Western Telegraph Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A137.
Western Union Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C378, C710
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2378
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S373, S403.
Westside Gas Company (of Taft)
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C516.
Whittier Home Telephone and Telegraph Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C881.
Willits Water and Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C297.
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A7069.
Windsor Water Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C689.
Woodlake Water Company
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A7053.
World War II
11. SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1956 S282, S302, S304, S305, S306, S317, S319, S321, S355, S360, S363.
Yosemite Power Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C456, C909, C2410.
Yosemite Transportation Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C783
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A9867.
Yosemite Valley Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C212, C632, C783
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A2934
20. RAILROAD VALUATION WORKING PAPERS, 1913-1917
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923
Yreka Railroad Company
5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932 C213
6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928 A12531
21. RAILROAD SURVEY MAPS, 1912-1923

Arrangement and Description

 

Administrative

Folder F3725:2-4.

1. ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION. 1921, 1923, 1949-1957.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Organizational charts placed first, other materials placed thereafter in chronological order thereunder.
Contains organizational charts of the P.U.C. and certain of its divisions, narrative reports on the operation of certain divisions, and lists of employee positions. Of special interest is a copy of the Commission's instructions to its employees, dated 1957.
Filed separately are two oversized organizational charts of the C.R.C. from 1921 and 1923. See F3725:3-4.
In the Selective Archives Record Group is a chart listing the terms of Commissioners from 1911 to 1948 (F566-1), and a chart of Governor's appointments to the Commission from 1911 to 1963 (F3511).
Folder F3725:5-12.

2. SECRETARY'S CORRESPONDENCE (Incoming and Outgoing). 1958-1961.

Physical Description: 8ff.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically by year and by source or destination thereunder.
Heavily sampled series. Contains 1958 correspondence to the Legislature describing the operation and expenses of the Commission; letters from the President of the Commission to other Commissioners expressing his opinions on decisions and, in some cases, their replies; and memoranda between the Secretary and P.U.C. divisions conveying information on pending cases and application proceedings.
Folder F3725:13, 13a-n, 14-29.

3. P.U.C. CORRESPONDENCE - SUBJECT FILE (Incoming and Outgoing). 1955, 1957-1960.

Physical Description: 31ff.

Scope and Content Note

Subject file number key explaining P.U.C. filing system placed first in file; correspondence arranged chronologically by year and by Commission subject file number code thereunder.
Heavily sampled series. Contains questions from attorneys and companies about the legal status of out-of-state companies; informal complaints from the public about services and rates of railroad, gas, and telephone companies, and copies of Commission replies; sampling of monthly reports submitted by telephone companies providing statistical data on the usage of their systems and on the speed with which service was delivered; communications from common carriers requesting information on filing procedures for permits and copies of Commission replies; letters from other states' public utilities commissions requesting information on utilities regulation practices in California; requests by trucking firms to be allowed to issue stocks and bonds; requests for information from the Governor and the public involving Interstate Commerce Commission decisions and replies by the P.U.C. - including in some cases copies of applications and exhibits submitted to the I.C.C.; and miscellaneous correspondence involving the regulation of water transport companies, electric power companies, auto-van and storage companies, and the valuation of utilities. In each case, a copy of the Commission's reply is attached to the letter received by the Commission.
Folder F3725:30a-c.

3a. SUBJECT FILES - TRACKAGE AGREEMENTS. 1912-1941.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence from 1912 to 1929 placed first (in alphabetical order by name of company), materials from 1930-1941 placed thereafter in reverse chronological order.
Under section 51(a) of the Public Utilities Code all trackage agreements between railroads (for the joint use or rental of portions of track) must be submitted to the Commission for approval.
Contains cover letters and copies of trackage agreements; copies of Commission responses explaining whether or not agreements were acceptable; letters from United States Railroad Administration describing World War I railroad agreements in California sponsored by the Administration; communications from freight shippers, the State Department of Finance, and railroad workers unions requesting information on the nature of trackage agreements; and replies by Commission providing the information requested.
Folder F3725:31-32.

4. BUDGETS. 1948, 1949.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.
Narrative reports to the Legislature justifying P.U.C. proposed budgets. Each describes in detail the functions and organization of the various divisions of the Commission. Also included are detailed breakdowns of the budgets which contain a great deal of information on the size of the staff of each division and the percentage of time each staff member spends performing various functions (information summarized in charts).
Folder F3725:33-1438.

5. FORMAL COMPLAINTS. 1908-1932.

Physical Description: 57cf.

Scope and Content Note

Selected cases arranged by case number in ascending order. Documents composing cases placed in the following categories in the following order: Commission reports, legal documents, Commissioner's notes, memoranda, evidence collected by C.R.C., correspondence, transcripts, exhibits, and C.R.C. Engineer's valuation reports. Arranged in reverse chronological order thereunder, unless otherwise stated below.
Formal complaints could be brought by the Commission's own motion on behalf of the people of California, or upon complaint of a third party, but having for its object the rendition of an order or decision which could be enforced by the Commission. Formal complaint hearings were governed by the standard rules of courtroom procedure.
Each case is described briefly in a paragraph statement in the biennial reports ( Journal of the Senate and Assembly [1908] Appendix Vol. 4, pp. 48-72, [1910] Appendix Vol. 5, pp. 73-94) and the annual reports of the Railroad Commission ( Reports of the California Railroad Commission, 35 Vols.), for the year in which the formal complaint was filed. Includes a statement of the nature of the case and its current status at the time the report was printed. Cases listed by case number in ascending order. The Commission published every few months its opinions and orders ( The Opinions and Orders of the Railroad Commission of California, 42 Vols.). Opinions and orders comprise a description of the decision reached and a discussion of the testimony and evidence which led the Commission to come to its conclusions. Arranged chronologically in volumes by date on which the decision was reached. Both the Reports and the Opinions and Orders are fully indexed in each volume, both by the name of the individual company involved and by the case number.
Materials arranged in the following categories:
 

Reports

Scope and Content Note

Originals or copies of opinions (statement of the Commission's position on the issues raised by a case which was a precedent to be applied to similar cases in the future), orders (requirements carrying the force of law for a utility company to upgrade services, reduce rates, and/or repay consumers for past overcharges), and dismissals (a brief paragraph explaining the reasons why a case was dismissed). Identical to reports published in bound volumes of opinions and orders mentioned above, with the exception that the unpublished reports contain the names or signatures of those Commission members who were responsible for the decision.
 

Legal Documents

Scope and Content Note

Contains certain of the following: formal complaints by plaintiff(s) stating the nature of the alleged violation of the Civil Code or Commission rulings; defendant's answer--reply to the formal complaint arguing the legality of the defendant(s) actions; notice of motion to dismiss--giving detailed legal arguments by defendant(s) for a dismissal; demurrers (plea for dismissal) from defendant(s) or defendant(s) council stating legal grounds for dismissal of case; and consent forms from plaintiff(s) stating that a case could be dropped. Defendant's answers occasionally include copies of articles of incorporation, agreements, contracts, mortgages, and local ordinances bearing on the case.
 

Commissioner's Notes

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes summarizing the most important testimony and evidence presented in a particular case. Probably used in the preparation of opinions, they are suggestive of what testimony and evidence most strongly led the Commission to reach its final decision. These notes exist only in a few cases. They have been preserved only when they are legible and sufficiently detailed to be of significant research value.
 

Memoranda

Scope and Content Note

Copies of correspondence sent between Commission members expressing opinions on the nature of a case, and correspondence and reports from C.R.C. departments explaining the nature and history of a given case, providing technical information, and offering suggestions as to the decision the Commissioners should reach. Reports emanate most frequently from the Engineering Department (dealing usually with the condition of equipment, quality of service provided, and safety factors), the Rates Department (involving the operating expenses of a utility and the legitimacy of rates charged or proposed rates), the Auditor's Department (auditing company books), and the Stocks and Bonds Department (reporting on the financial state of a utility and the advisability of allowing further stock and/or bond sales).
 

Evidence Collected by C.R.C.

Scope and Content Note

Statistical data and narrative reports from C.R.C. departments, and data requested from the defendant(s), complaintant(s), and other utilities involved in similar operations as those of the defendant(s). Includes data on the income and expenses of various utilities, confidential lists of stockholders, and narrative descriptions of services provided. Similar to the type of information available in the exhibits, with the exception that this evidence was not assigned exhibit numbers and was not made public. It was for the confidential use of the Commission in reaching its decisions.
 

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains certain of the following: requests from persons or organizations not directly involved in a case asking for information on the case, or clarification about the nature of the Commission's decision (often letters received many years after a case was decided); copies of the C.R.C. secretary's replies; letters from plaintiff(s), defendant(s), or their lawyers requesting clarification of the legal nature of the case; copies of replies by the Commission's secretary or Commission members; complaints from the public about services provided by the defendant(s) or about rates charged; petitions either favorable or unfavorable to the defendant(s); copies of Commission requests for technical information from the defendant(s), complaintant(s), and/or utilities involved in similar operations to those of the defendant(s); replies providing the information requested; and descriptions by the defendant(s) after a decision was rendered of what actions were being taken to comply with the Commission's order(s).
In some cases includes correspondence involving informal complaints which were later incorporated into a formal complaint case. This correspondence usually comprises a copy of a statement by the Commission explaining the nature of the case, letters from the public complaining about utility services and/or rates; requests by the Commission for the utility(ies) involved to reply to the complaint(s) and if possible to reach a mutually acceptable agreement with the complaintant(s); and statements by utility(ies) to the Commission explaining their position on the complaint(s) and describing what action, if any, they intend to take.
 

Transcripts

Scope and Content Note

Includes testimony by witnesses and councils' statements. Comprises testimony of plaintiff(s) as to how they had been treated in violation of the law or C.R.C. rulings, of utility users other than the complaintant(s) describing typical services provided and rates charged, of utility officials explaining the legality of their rates and the adequacy of their services, and by technical experts (such as engineers and auditors) about the nature of services provided and the cost of providing such services.
Statements by Council for the plaintiff and defendant are in some cases placed in a separate volume and in some cases bound with the witnesses' testimony. They contain a deliniation of the legal positions of the complaintant(s) and defendant(s), giving statuatory references. Concluding summaries by council of the evidence and testimony provided are also included.
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

Documents numbered by C.R.C., presented by complaintant(s), defendant(s), intervenors, and the Commission itself in support of their various positions. Composed largely of statistical data including charts of rates charged for services, distances between various points goods were transported, rates charged by other utilities (including utilities in other states) for similar services; income and expenses of utility companies; deeds, agreements, contracts, and ordinances bearing on the case, cost of construction and maintenance of utilities as well as reproduction costs; maps of railroad lines; drawings of equipment; and blueprints of dams, buildings (such as railroad stations), and bridges; as well as photographs of equipment in use and of the construction of dams and railroad lines. (Note: large maps, drawings, diagrams, charts, and blueprints, as well as photographs have been filed separately. For a more detailed description of these items and references to their locations, see P.U.C. Map Book.)
Between 1917 and 1920 the exhibit room staff of the C.R.C. composed lists of the exhibits in each case (including a brief description of each exhibit and its date of submission). Where these lists still exist they have been filed in the first folder of exhibits in a particular case to act as a table of contents. The exhibits are arranged in the order they appear in the exhibit list (note: not all exhibits listed still exist).
 

C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation

Scope and Content Note

Report on the value of all the physical property of a utility, prepared by the Engineering Department. These reports usually include a map of the utility system, a description of the means by which values were set, a brief corporate history, a summary of the findings, and an extremely detailed valuation of all the physical property of a utility (including in the case of railroads the cost of railroad ties and spikes). These reports were the result not only of an investigation of company books, but also of on site investigations involving, in the case of railroads, travelling along every inch of the line noting all physical property. These valuations are especially useful in research into the nature and extent of the operations of the state's railroads. In 1912, the Commission on its own initiative ordered all the state's railroads valued as of that year (see cases 129-213).
In certain complaint cases, C.R.C. Engineer's valuations were numbered as exhibits and are therefore located with the exhibits rather that filed separately. Such cases are duly noted below.
Note: transcripts and, less frequently, exhibits often relate to more than one case. When this occurs the material is filed with the case with which it was originally filed by the Commission. Other cases, or applications, to which material relates are listed immediately after the title of the case with which the material is filed. Such instances are cross indexed.
Folder F3725:33-35.

Case No. 101 BRIDGEFORD-CUNNINGHAM VS. MCCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 14, 1908.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and transcripts (4 Vols.).
Folder F3725:36-39.

Case No. 102 IN THE MATTER OF ALLEGED DISCRIMINATIONS BY SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY BETWEEN SHIPPERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN FREIGHT RATES AND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES. Decided January 12, 1909.

Physical Description: 2ff. and 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including Rate Department report containing data on secret rates granted to preferential customers; and transcripts (2 Vols.).
Folder F3725:40-45.

Case No. 103 IN THE MATTER OF ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION BY THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY BETWEEN SHIPPERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN FREIGHT RATES AND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES. Decided January 12, 1909.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; transcripts (5 Vols.); and exhibits (7) - including tariffs charged on various Santa Fe owned lines from 1896 to 1903, copies of telegrams illustrating the discriminatory treatment of fuel oil shipped by the Santa Fe Railroad for the Associate Oil Company.
Folder F3725:46.

Case No. 104 IN THE MATTER OF ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION BY THE SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY BETWEEN SHIPPERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN FREIGHT RATES AND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES. Decided January 12, 1909.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; and legal documents.
Folder F3725:47-49.

Case No. 105 106 DUNAHAR-CAMPBELL MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 106 DUNAHAR-CAMPBELL MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 14, 1910.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits [apply to Case 106 only] (4) - including terminal tariffs and S.P.R.R. rules governing terminal charges.
Folder F3725:50-52.

Case No. 107 108 L. ERNEST PHILLIPS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 108 L. ERNEST PHILLIPS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided (107) February 8, 1910, (108) August 19, 1909.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - including passenger tickets, a local passenger tariff book for the San Francisco Bay Area, and a small map of the San Francisco Bay Area showing rail routes from San Francisco to Berkeley - listing rates.
Folder F3725:53.

Case No. 109 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF GEORGE M. COOLEY ET. AL. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents.
Folder F3725:54-60.

Case No. 110 ASSOCIATED JOBBERS OF LOS ANGELES VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 20, 1910.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (5 Vols.); and exhibits (30) - comprising in part numerous charts of shipping rates from Los Angeles County.
Folder F3725:61.

Case No. 111 IN THE MATTER OF REGULATING RATES FOR CARRYING FREIGHT WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, BY THE SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD, AND THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 10, 1910.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents, transcript (1 Vol.), and exhibits (3) - containing in part a narrative report on freight shipping in Los Angeles by the Consolidation Committee of Los Angeles and a Los Angeles ordinance regulating transportation within the city's limits.
Folder F3725:62.

Case No. 112 BRAY BROTHERS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents.
Folder F3725:63.

Case No. 113 E. H. LOVELAND VS. ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents.
Folder F3725:64.

Case No. 114 CHARLES PAFF VS. NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents.
Folder F3725:65-77.

Case No. 115 BOARD OF HARBOR COMMISSIONERS OF LOS ANGELES VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 4, 1911.

Physical Description: 12ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports, legal documents, correspondence, transcript (1 Vol.), and exhibits (111) - including charts of railroad freight rates and lists of railroad property in Los Angeles County. Of special interest are documents from the United States Circuit Court Case, Southern Pacific R.R. vs. Railroad Commission of the State of California, No. 15410, decided December 11, 1911. Deals with the limits of C.R.C. authority.
Folder F3725:78-97.

Case No. 116 TRAFFIC BUREAU OF THE MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY AND THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY, DEFENDANTS, AND ASSOCIATED JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS ASSN., INTERVENORS. (Also called San Joaquin Valley Rate Case) Decided March 18, 1912.

Physical Description: 15ff. and 3 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report, legal documents, memoranda - including a report by the staff on railroad rates in Los Angeles County and a press release explaining the nature of the Commission's decision; evidence collected by C.R.C. - including lists of freight rates of various railroads within and without of California used in Commission's rate setting following the case; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); exhibits (117) - comprising in part railroad schedules, a list of officers, agents and stations of the S.P.R.R., statistical data on tonnage shipments, repair costs, freight and passenger rates, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Exhibits 4 & 5 involving statements of the cost of operation of the Company's Coast Line from 1907 to 1909. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:98-100.

Case No. 117 GEORGE A. LEGG VS. NEVADA COUNTY NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD COMPANY AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 12, 1911.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence - including letters from Nevada City merchants explaining their difficulties in shipping goods; and exhibits (15) - comprising in part C.R.C. Rate Department data on shipping rates to and from Nevada City.
Folder F3725:101.

Case No. 118 IN THE MATTER OF THE SCHEDULES OR TARIFFS SHOWN IN THE PACIFIC FREIGHT TARIFF BUREAU 44-A TO AND FROM ALTURAS. Decided May 10, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and exhibits (12) - embodying charts of weights shipped and charges, freight and tariff lists, and commodity charges.
Folder F3725:102.

Case No. 119 HENRY C. CUTTING VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Dismissed April 18, 1911.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - advertisment for the business section of Richmond.
Folder F3725:103.

Case No. 121 M. S. CURRIER VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY. Decided May 10, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:104-122.

Case No. 122 279 307 312 IN THE MATTER OF SCHEDULES OR TARIFFS OF RATES OF CHARGES OF WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY; Case 279 MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF LOS ANGELES VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY AND AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY; Case 307 CALIFORNIA CENTRAL CREAMERIES VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY; and Case 312 THE COUNTY OF ORANGE VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY. Decided August 1, 1913.

Physical Description: 17ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - including public complaints about the Commission (a government agency) setting rates; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (56) - embodying in part lists of Wells Fargo officers, agents, and property, payrolls, business expenses, charts of rates showing a decline in rates over the proceeding 50 years, and charts of commodity rates.
Folder F3725:123.

Case No. 123 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATES AND CHARGES OF THE GLOBE EXPRESS COMPANY. Dismissed January 15, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:125-129.

Case No. 125 KERN COUNTY MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC, ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD, SUNSET RAILROAD, SUNSET WESTERN RAILROAD, THE MCKITRICK BRANCH OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, AND THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-ORGEGON RAILROAD COMPANIES. Decided July 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence - including in part letters from railroads providing data on freight rates and complaints from railroads about business losses growing out of the Commission's decision; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (13) - comprising in part conflicting rate charts from complaintants and railroads.
Folder F3725:130-131.

Case No. 126 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE OAKLAND AND ANTIOCH RAILWAY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A THROUGH ROUTE AND JOINT RATES IN CONNECTION WITH THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided August 8, 1911.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; and exhibits (6) - including lists of freight rates, railroad tariffs, and a topographical map of the vicinity of Concord (1910).
Folder F3725:132-135.

Case No. 127 GEORGE A. LONG, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, INTER-CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE HOLTON INTER-URBAN RAILWAY COMPANY. (Also called the Imperial Valley Case.) Decided May 14, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (5) - comprising in part data on the mileage of various routes in the Imperial Valley, comparative charts of tariffs, statistics on tonnage of fruit shipped from the Imperial Valley, lists of fuel costs, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exhibit 2 and an un-numbered exhibit embodying profiles of routes involved in the case and charts and graphs providing data on freight rates. See, P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:136.

Case No. 128 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. Decided October 24, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:137-138.

Case No. 131 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO RAILWAY WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - including letters from members of the C.R.C. Engineering Department in the field and from company officials providing statistical information on the value of company property; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:139.

Case No. 144 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE PENNINSULAR RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and supplement to Valuation submitted by the Penninsular R.R. Co.
Folder F3725:140-142.

Case No. 145 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE PETALUMA AND SANTA ROSA RAILROAD. Decided May 5, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - comprising in part a company challenge to the accuracy of the valuation arrived at by the Commission; transcript (1 Vol.); exhibits (2) - embodying timetables and an oversized document filed separately; and a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Filed separately: Company Ex. 2 - an appraisal of the physical property of the railroad, submitted by the railroad. See, P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:143.

Case No. 148 IN THE MATTER OF THE VALUATION OF THE VENTURA COUNTY RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - embracing in part the statistical reports by railroad on the value of its physical properties; transcript (1 Vol.); exhibits (2) - including C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:144-145.

Case No. 150 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE AMADOR CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 7, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:146.

Case No. 165 IN THE MATTER OF THE VALUATION OF THE BUCKSPORT AND ELK RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence - including reports by company on the value of its physical property.
Folder F3725:147-151.

Case No. 167 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE CALIFORNIA WESTERN RAILROAD AND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Decided December 31, 1913.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including detailed information on the value of railroad property from C.R.C. staff other than the Engineering Department; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); exhibits (4) - comprising in part valuation data prepared by the C.R.C. Engineering Department, list of expenditures made by the company on its Shake City to Willits line, and valuation forms filled out by the railroad; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:152-153.

Case No. 169 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE DIAMOND AND CALDOR RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 2, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:154-155.

Case No. 174 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE LAKE TAHOE RAILWAY AND TRANSPORT COMPANY. Decided May 6, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:156-157.

Case No. 175 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE MCCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and memoranda - both from company and Engineering Department of the C.R.C. explaining difficulties in completing the valuation.
Folder F3725:158-159.

Case No. 176 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE MILL VALLEY AND MT. TAMALPIAS SCENIC RAILWAY. Decided February 27, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:160.

Case No. 177 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence only - from company explaining difficulties in providing required reports.
Folder F3725:161-163.

Case No. 178 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE NEVADA CITY NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:164.

Case No. 179 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:165-166.

Case No. 180 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE OCEAN SHORE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 29, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:167-168.

Case No. 181 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE PACIFIC COAST RAILWAY. Decided May 6, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:169-170.

Case No. 182 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE PAJARO VALLEY CONSOLIDATED RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 7, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:171-172.

Case No. 183 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE CAMINO, PLACERVILLE AND LAKE TAHOE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided Jan. 15, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:173.

Case No. 184 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE PORTERVILLE AND NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:174.

Case No. 185 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE QUINCY WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 3, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:175.

Case No. 186 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE RICHMOND BELT RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence only - from company dealing with the difficulties of providing requested valuation information.
Folder F3725:176-178.

Case No. 187 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY AND EASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided September 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence - including reports by the company on the net value of profits, per year until 1928; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:179-180.

Case No. 188 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SAN DIEGO AND ARIZONA RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:181-183.

Case No. 189 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SAN DIEGO AND SOUTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda - including data provided by the company in an attempt to prove that the C.R.C.'s valuation figures were wrong; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:184.

Case No. 191 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES, AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:185.

Case No. 192 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SIERRA AND MOHAWK RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence only.
Folder F3725:186-188.

Case No. 193 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SIERRA RAILWAY COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. Decided December 27, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:189-190.

Case No. 194 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BELT RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 22, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:191-192.

Case No. 196 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY LINE, FORMALLY CALLED MOJAVE TO OWENJO RAILROAD. Decided December 1915, further decision April 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:193-195.

Case No. 200 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:196.

Case No. 202 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO AND NAPA RAILWAY COMPANY. Dismissed December 15, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents only.
Folder F3725:197-198.

Case No. 204 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY (EL CENTRO TO SEELY LINE). Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; exhibit (1) - Valuation submitted by railroad; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:199-200.

Case No. 205 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY (PACIFIC LINE). Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence and memoranda - including reports from the railroad comprising graphs showing tracks laid by company each year, the type of track laid, the cost of construction and maintenance of the railroad, lists of rates for the rental of cars, and charts showing the tractive force of various steam engines.
Folder F3725:201-204.

Case No. 206 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE STOCKTON TERMINAL AND EASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); exhibits (6) - including a report by the company conflicting with and protesting the conclusions of the C.R.C. valuation report; and a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:205-206.

Case No. 207 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SUGAR PINE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 2, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:207-210.

Case No. 210 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE TONAPAH AND TIDEWATER RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 29, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); exhibits (7) - composed of valuation data submitted by the Company to challenge the accuracy of the C.R.C. valuation report; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:211-212.

Case No. 212 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:213.

Case No. 213 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE YREKA RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 21, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:214-232.

Case No. 214 IN THE MATTER OF THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 21 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF CALIFORNIA, RELATING TO LONG AND SHORT HAULS AND THROUGH RATES EXCEEDING AGGREGATE INTERMEDIATE RATES. Decided June 19, 1916.

Physical Description: 19ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including letters from local chambers of Commerce and Businesses explaining the problems they faced because of discriminatory short haul rates, and from various railroads explaining that they are not, in fact, violating the short haul provision of the State Constitution, and placed at the end of correspondence letters arranged alphabetically by railroad and containing the following information on each railroad - an application for relief from Section 21 of the State Constitution, including explanations of the problems caused by the Short Haul Provision, data on short haul shipping tonnage, tariff rates, and schedules; and transcripts (22 Vols.).
Folder F3725:233.

Case No. 217 IN THE MATTER OF THE CLASSIFICATION OF NUT MEATS AND NUT KERNALS, SHIPPED IN SACKS. Decided November 23, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:234.

Case No. 219 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATES OF THE PULLMAN COMPANY FOR SEAT PASSENGERS BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES. Decided November 15, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report and correspondence.
Folder F3725:235.

Case No. 220 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD TO DISCONTINUE THE PRACTICE OF ABSORBING SWITCHING CHARGES EXACTED BY THE STATE BELT RAILROAD ON SHIPMENTS PASSING OVER THE WHARVES SERVED BY THE TRACKS OF THE STATE BELT RAILROAD. Decided November 11, 1911.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:236.

Case No. 222 SCOTT, WAGNER AND MILLER VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 29, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:237.

Case No. 225 B. J. McCULLOUGH VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 29, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:238.

Case No. 226 F. CAMES AND COMPANY, ET. AL. VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 29, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:239.

Case No. 227 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THROUGH ROUTE AND JOINT RATES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT BETWEEN POINTS SERVED BY THE NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided February 17, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:240.

Case No. 228 229 SCOTT, WAGNER AND COMPANY, ET. AL. VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 229 L.C. SHELDON VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:241.

Case No. 230 GRAYSON-OWENS COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 29, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:242.

Case No. 232 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE COWELL PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY AND BAY POINT AND CLAYTON RAILROAD COMPANY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A THROUGH ROUTE AND FRUIT RATES IN CONNECTION WITH ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided October 25, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:243.

Case No. 233 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE COWELL PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY AND BAY POINT AND CLAYTON RAILROAD COMPANY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A THROUGH ROUTE AND JOINT RATES IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 25, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:244-246.

Case No. 234 ROSENWALD AND KAHN VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 6, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence, transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (28) - includes data on population density along the S.P.R.R. line, a comparison of rates with those of similar routes in other parts of the country, data on tonnage shipped, and the revenues of S.P. for 1911.
Folder F3725:247-248.

Case No. 235 MODESTO AND EMPIRE TRACTION COMPANY VS. ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 14, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda; transcript (2 Vols.); and exhibit (1) - tariff schedule.
Folder F3725:249.

Case No 242 IN THE MATTER OF UNIFORM RULES FOR DEMURRAGE AND RECIPROCAL DEMURRAGE FOR STANDARD GAUGE RAILROADS. Decided February 16, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff. only.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:250.

Case No. 243 IN THE MATTER OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE RETURN OF SHIPMENTS, DAMAGED IN TRANSIT OR REFUSED BY CONSIGNEE AT DESTINATION, TO ORIGINAL SHIPPERS AND ORIGINAL POINTS OF SHIPMENTS. Decided March 4, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:251.

Case No. 244 IN THE MATTER OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE AS TO WHETHER CARRIERS SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO DISCONTINUE THE ISSUANCE OF BILLS OF LADING COVERING SHIPMENTS WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN CHECKED BY EMPLOYEES OF THE RAILROAD AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS. Decided May 5, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:252.

Case No. 245 PACIFIC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. Decided May 9, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:253.

Case No. 247 CLAYBURGH AND GEORGE, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 29, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:254.

Case No. 248 GRAYSON-OWENS COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 14, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:255-256.

Case No. 250 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA TRACTION COMPANY VS. ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibit (1) - oversized map of the line of the Company between Sacramento and Stockton (1912) - see P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:257.

Case No. 252 NOBLE ELECTRIC STEEL COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 20, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:258-260.

Case No. 253 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY, AND PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY TO CANCEL WHARFAGE AND HANDLING CHARGES. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (2) - filed separately, A.T.& S.F. Ex. 1 - Map of Redondo Beach showing company tracks and facilities, and S.P. Ex. 1 - Map showing S.P. tracks and facilities in the City of San Pedro. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:261.

Case No. 254 CLARK AND HENRY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 26, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:262-263.

Case No. 255 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE MOHAWK RAILWAY COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO INCREASE PASSENGER RATES WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided June 26, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's notes; correspondence - including petitions; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - comprising rate schedules.
Folder F3725:264.

Case No. 256 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY (COAST LINE); BOCA AND LOYALTON RAILROAD COMPANY; SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY; SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY (PACIFIC SYSTEM); TONAPAH AND TIDEWATER RAILROAD COMPANY; WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; TO AMEND LOCAL INTER-DIVISION AND JOINT TARIFF NO. 1, C.R.C. NO. 1, COVERING BAGGAGE RULES, RATES AND CHARGES BY LIMITING THE SIZE OF BAGGAGE WHICH WILL BE HANDLED FREE. Decided April 4, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:265-266.

Case No. 258 IN THE MATTER OF THE ABSORBTION OF STORAGE CHARGES AT STOCKTON AND SACRAMENTO ON SHIPMENTS OF POTATOES, BEANS, ONIONS, ASPARAGUS, AND OTHER COMMODITIES. Decided October 14, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (3) - embodying schedules, data on revenues collected and gross tonnage shipped.
Folder F3725:267.

Case No. 259 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF CARRIER PARTIES TO PACIFIC FREIGHT TARIFF BUREAU EXCEPTOR SHEET NO. 1-B, C.R.C. NO. 52, TO AMEND SECTION TO PROVIDE THAT ON SHIPMENTS OF HAY, STRAW - INCLUDING BEAN STRAW - CACTUS LEAVES, CLASS RATES WILL APPLY ONLY WHERE COMMODITY RATES ARE NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED. ALSO APPLICATION BY SAME CARRIERS TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT ON HAY IN CARLOADS TO 24,000 POUNDS WHEN LOADED IN CARS OVER 40 FEET IN LENGTH TO AND INCLUDING 50 FEET IN LENGTH, INSIDE MEASUREMENT. Decided April 1, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:268-275.

Case No. 263 CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 12, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (8) - comprising agreements and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. A, S.P. Exs. 1-2, 4-6 - maps of Fairfield and Suisun showing proposed locations for depot and the location of other yard facilities. See, P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:276.

Case No. 264 266 270 SAN MATEO COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 266 PALO ALTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; and Case 270 W. E. BEAN VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 28, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:277.

Case No. 265 FRANK WILLIAMS, JOHN W. HANNEY AND THOMAS LOVETT VS. LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO BEACH RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 266 See Case No. 264.

Folder F3725:278.

Case No. 267 IN THE MATTER OF THE REQUEST OF CERTAIN SHIPPERS FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE SWITCHING CHARGES ON FREIGHT FROM INDUSTRY TRACKS AND PRIVATE SIDINGS TO TRANSFER TRACKS AND PRIVATE SIDINGS, AS ORIGINALLY SHOWN ON PAGE 21, IN ITEMS 68 AND 69 OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY'S TERMINAL TARIFF 230-G, C.R.C., 1260. Decided December 15, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:279-281.

Case No. 268 MT. WHITNEY POWER AND ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. TULARE COUNTY POWER COMPANY AND SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY. Decided July 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (22) - embodying agreements, contracts, voltometer readings, and charts of electrical output as well as oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Mt. Whitney Power Co. Exs. 2 and 13 and an un-numbered exhibit - a map of company transmission lines and an article by the Mt. Whitney Power Company published in the Exeter Sun advising against investment in the Tulare County Power Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see series entry 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, Application No. 81.
Folder F3725:282-285.

Case No. 269 PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY. Decided June 18, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff. and 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; evidence collected by C.R.C. (35) - including contracts and city ordinances; and transcripts (2 Vols.).
Also see series entry 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, Application No. 35.
Folder F3725:286.

Case No. 270 W. E. BEAN VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 28, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Also see Case No. 264.
Folder F3725:287.

Case No. 273 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPLAINT OF CHARLES PAFF, C. A. BURKE AND JOHN ROSS VS. NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:288.

Case No. 276 HUNT BROTHERS COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 18, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:289.

Case No. 279 MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION FOR LOS ANGELES VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY EXPRESS. Decided August 1, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Also see Case No. 122.
Folder F3725:290-299.

Case No. 281 LONG BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 29, 1913.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (16) - including reports on the value of rails, a diagram of P. E. Ry. lines in Long Beach and Los Angeles County and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Exs. A and G, Defendant's Ex. 5, and 2 un-numbered exhibits - comprising maps of P.E.Ry. lines and facilities in Long Beach and diagrams of the placement of rails. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:300-302.

Case No. 282 CITY OF BERKELEY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided September 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (10) - embodying in part statistics on passenger traffic, schedules of when trains stopped at Berkeley, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Un-numbered exhibit - plans of S. P. depot on University Avenue in Berkeley. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:303

Case No. 284 PERCY G. BETTS VS. PEOPLES WATER COMPANY. Decided August 16, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:304.

Case No. 285 289 292 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY VS. SIERRA AND SAN FRANCISCO POWER COMPANY; Case 289 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY VS. COAST COUNTIES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 292 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY VS. GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY. Decided December 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:305.

Case No. 287 STEPHEN A. D. CLARK, E. C. AWGHMOODY, JOHN JORDAN, JOSEPH L. HALE, R. W. WRIGHT, AND LAVINDA YENDES VS. HERMOSA BEACH WATER COMPANY AND QUINTIN J. RAWLEY. Decided February 4, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:306-312.

Case No. 288 CITY OF PALO ALTO VS. PALO ALTO GAS COMPANY. Decided March 12, 1913.

Physical Description: 6ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and Exhibits (22) - composed of transcripts of legal cases both of the California Supreme Court, and of the Supreme Courts of other states dealing with the limits of the authority of public utilities commissions and statutory references collected by the C.R.C. Legal Department in support of the Commission's authority in the case.
 

Case No. 289 See Case No. 285.

Folder F3725:313.

Case No. 290 CITY OF PASADENA VS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY. Decided October 21, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 292 See Case No. 285.

Folder F3725:314-321.

Case No. 293 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF VARIOUS PUBLIC UTILITIES FOR PERMISSION TO CHARGE LESS THAN PUBLISHED SCHEDULES OF RATES IN CERTAIN CLASSES OF CASES. Decided January 24, 1913.

Physical Description: 8ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); reports by all water and telephone companies in the state on the progress of lowering rates in accord with the Commission's order - separated between water and telephone companies and arranged alphabetically by name of company thereunder; and exhibits (34) - including lists of patrons receiving special rates, ordinances granting privileges to water, electrical, gas and telephone companies, and right of way agreements for transmission lines and water mains.
Folder F3725:322.

Case No. 294 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CITY OF SAN LEANDRO VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided October 17, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:323-325a.

Case No. 297 TOWN OF WILLITS VS. WILLITS WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided December 31, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (4) - including local ordinances, C.R.C. Engineering Department report on the operation of the water company, an inventory of the company's property in the City of Willits, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Un-numbered exhibit - maps of Company lands along the James River. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:326-336.

Case No. 298 CITY OF PASADENA VS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY. Decided October 21, 1912.

Physical Description: 11ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; correspondence; transcripts (9 Vols.); and exhibits (35) - copies of articles of incorporation, deeds, agreements, mortgages, letters of complaint, U. S. Department of Agriculture Bulletins, copies of promissary notes, and C.R.C. Engineering Department reproduction cost report on company physical property in Pasadena.
Folder F3725:337-341.

Case No. 299 MERCED COLONY IMPROVEMENT CLUB VS. CROCKER-HUFFMAN LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; Commissioner's Notes and petitions; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - including copies of contracts and an abstract of company land titles.
Folder F3725:342.

Case No. 300 MAMMOTH COPPER MINING COMPANY OF MAINE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 20, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:343.

Case No. 301 GEORGE A. LONG VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided November 13, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:345-347.

Case No. 305 IN THE MATTER OF THE SERVICE OF THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY AT FRESNO, CALIFORNIA. Decided January 8, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (6) - including questionnaires sent to customers asking about services used and problems faced in freight shipment.
Folder F3725:348-349.

Case No. 307 CALIFORNIA CENTRAL CREAMERIES VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY. Decided August 1, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; and exhibits (7) - comprising in part rate schedules, and decisions in similar cases of other states' railroad commissions.
Also see Case No. 122.
Folder F3725:350-351.

Case No. 308 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATES AND SERVICES OF THE SAN GORGONIO WATER COMPANY AND THE BEAUMONT LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided April 25, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
 

Case No. 312 See Case No. 122.

Folder F3725:352-353.

Case No. 314 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE ELECTRIC RAILROAD CORPORATION WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA (the Fresno Traction Company). Decided July 18, 1918.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and valuation report by a private engineer prepared for the Fresno Traction Company (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:354-355.

Case No. 315 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE MONTEREY AND PACIFIC GROVE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 27, 1916.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); exhibits (3) - embodying bids for the purchase of the railroad franchise of the company and correspondence from the company containing statistical data on the value of company property; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:356.

Case No. 317 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE NEVADA COUNTY TRACTION COMPANY.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:357-359.

Case No. 321 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided May 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.); and Engineer's Valuation Report (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:360-361.

Case No. 322 IN THE MATTER OF ASCERTAINING THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO, NAPA, AND CALISTOGA RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 7, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents, correspondence; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:362-364.

Case No. 328 C. A. SMITH LUMBER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 12, 1920.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (9) - including statements of milage and tonnage carried per car, freight bills and claims, statements of lumber shipped for the C. A. Smith Lumber Company, and data on amounts paid by the S.P.R.R. Co. for losses in shipment.
Folder F3725:365.

Case No. 330 E. F. JORDAN VS. OCEAN SHORE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 3, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:366.

Case No. 331 ASSOCIATED JOBBERS OF LOS ANGELES VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 19, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:367-374.

Case No. 333 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION ON ITS OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE ONE-WAY FARES OF THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN RAFAEL. Decided May 14, 1913.

Physical Description: 6ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's notes; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (31) - comprising map of the Marin Penninsula showing commuter routes, data on the cost of providing ferry service, statistics on the average number of commuters on comapny ferry boats, charts showing fluctuations in commuter traffic in the Marin Area, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Ex. 5 - diagram of daily fluctuations in passenger traffic in 1912. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:375.

Case No. 334 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE ESCONDIDO LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY FOR AUTHORITY TO ISSUE AND SELL AT PAR 49,500 SHARES OF THE CAPITOL STOCK, THE PROCEEDS DERIVED FROM THE SALE OF SUCH STOCK TO BE USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A PLANT OR SYSTEM; AND FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY. Decided April 28, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:376-377.

Case No. 335 PACIFIC LUMBER COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 12, 1930.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (6) - including tables of milage, earnings per car per mile, and statements showing rates for lumber shipments.
Folder F3725:378-379.

Case No. 337 CITY OF INGLEWOOD VS. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:380.

Case No. 338 CHARLES A. SMITH LUMBER COMPANY, THE CHARLES NELSON COMPANY, E. K. WOOD LUMBER COMPANY, AND THE PACIFIC LUMBER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 12, 1930.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and exhibits (4) - comprising rate schedules for the shipment of lumber and statistics on car-mile earnings.
Folder F3725:381-384.

Case No. 340 CRESSEY COLONY COMPANY AND JOSEPH D. JONES, ET. AL. VS. CROCKER-HUFFMAN LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (6 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - including Superior Court Briefs involving the contestants in the case.
Folder F3725:385.

Case No. 341 C. A. SMITH LUMBER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY; AND NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 12, 1930.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents, correspondence; and exhibits (5) - embodying tables of rates on lumber and a history of the development of lumber freight rates in the state.
Folder F3725:386.

Case No. 342 GEORGE W. ASKEW AND ROBERT MORRISON VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 18, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:387.

Case No. 343 FELLOWS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. Dismissed July 29, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:388.

Case No. 345 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF SACRAMENTO AND WOODLAND RAILROAD COMPANY FOR AN ORDER REQUIRING SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY TO RECONSTRUCT THE CONNECTING TRACK BETWEEN THE RAILROADS OF SAID COMPANIES AT MEKON, YOLO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Decided February 10, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) I.C.C. report on an accident on the New York and New Haven Railroad in 1912.
Folder F3725:389.

Case No. 346 D AND B PUMP AND SUPPLY COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY; AND SUNSET RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 15, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 347 SEE SERIES ENTRY 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, APPLICATION NO. 324.

 

Case No. 348 SEE SERIES ENTRY 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, APPLICATION NO. 324.

Folder F3725:390-394.

Case No. 349 350 CITY OF SANTA PAULA VS. SANTA CLARA WATER AND IRRIGATING COMPANY; Case 350 CITY OF SANTA PAULA VS. INTER-URBAN LAND COMPANY. Decided July 23, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (2) - city ordinance and photographs (10) filed separately.
Filed separately; photographs of unsanitary conditions along the company's canal. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:395-398.

Case No. 351 GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY AND THE TOWN OF SUISUN VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY AND PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided April 10, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (3) - oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: exs. A, B, C - comprising maps of the Great Western Power Company and P. G. & E. systems in Suisun and the plans for a transmission pole. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 352 SEE SERIES ENTRY 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, APPLICATION NO. 324.

Folder F3725:399.

Case No. 353 ENNIS-BROCOR VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 6, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:400.

Case No. 354 DON P. JONES AND MRS. DON P. JONES, HIS WIFE, VS. AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY. Decided February 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:401.

Case No. 356 GRAYSON-OWENS COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 17, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:402.

Case No. 357 556 KERN COUNTY MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION VS. CALIFORNIA NATURAL GAS COMPANY AND SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY; Case No. 556 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE MATTER OF THE RATES OF THE BAKERSFIELD GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided April 25, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:403.

Case No. 358 JOSEPH S. ANDERSON VS. DE PUE WAREHOUSE COMPANY; METROPOLITAN WAREHOUSE COMPANY, PENNINSULA WAREHOUSE COMPANY, W. B. SANBORN FOR VALLEJO BONDED AND VALLEJO FREE WAREHOUSE COMPANY; SOUTH END WAREHOUSE COMPANY; HARBOR WAREHOUSE COMPANY; CONTINENTAL WAREHOUSE COMPANY, DANFORTH WAREHOUSE COMPANY; SEAWALL BONDED WAREHOUSE COMPANY; AND HYLTON WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Decided October 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:404.

Case No. 359 COUNTY OF TUOLUMNE AND THE CITY OF SONORA VS. SIERRA RAILWAY COMPANY; ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY; AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 13, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:405.

Case No. 360 STONE CANYON COAL COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 26, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:406.

Case No. 361 J. A. ANDREW FRANSCIONI, ET. AL., VS. SOLEDAD LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:407-411.

Case No. 368 THE CITY OF PETALUMA VS. PETALUMA POWER AND WATER COMPANY. Dismissed November 5, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) and exhibits (17) - including annual report of the company from 1897 to 1911 and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Un-numbered exhibit - Official Map of Petaluma showing the company's water mains. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:412.

Case No. 369 WILLIAM F. BEWHER VS. SAN DIEGO ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided May 24, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:413.

Case No. 372 V. A. SOLAIR, ET. AL., VS. TUOLUMNE COUNTY RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided July 29, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:414.

Case No. 376 W. C. PENOYER VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided September 19, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:415.

Case No. 377 MAYFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. PENNINSULAR RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided May 9, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:416-417.

Case No. 378 QUINCY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 5, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence and memoranda; and exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately; Un-numbered exhibit - map showing the proposed route of the Quincy Western Railroad (1909). See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:418.

Case No. 382 CARNEGIE BRICK AND POTTERY COMPANY VS. WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided February 12, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:419-421.

Case No. 385 SAN FRANCISCO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 2ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol); and exhibits (17) - comprising in part a history of clay making in California, schedules of S. P. rates for shipping clay, receipts for clay shipments, lists of damages in shipment, and copies of San Francisco plumbing ordinances.
Folder F3725:422.

Case No. 386 IN THE MATTER OF A PHYSICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN THE PETALUMA AND SANTA ROSA RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, EITHER AT PETALUMA, SABASTOPOL, OR SANTA ROSA, IN SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Decided April 9, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:423-434.

Case No. 387 CITY OF SAN JOSE VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided February 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; transcripts (6 Vols.); and exhibits (26) - embodying in part city ordinances, reports by the C.R.C. Rate Department on the legitimacy of rates, valuations of company facilities, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 7 un-numbered exhibits - showing toll lines, suburban lines, and exchange areas of P. T. & T. in San Mateo, Santa Cruz, and Alameda Counties and displaying the location of telephone lines in San Jose, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, and Campbell. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:435-437.

Case No 389 J. S. MAFFITT VS. NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided July 3, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (5) - including an advertisement for the Nevada-California-Oregon Railroad Company, showing photographs of agricultural and farm equipment in use in Northern California (undated).
Folder F3725:438.

Case No. 390 D. E. BROWN, ET. AL., VS. CONSOLIDATED CANAL COMPANY. Decided March 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:439.

Case No. 393 HIGMAN LUMBER COMPANY VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES, AND SALT LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided July 19, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:440.

Case No. 395 PALO ALTO COMPANY VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Dismissed July 11, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:441-443.

Case No. 396 EAST OAKLAND PROTECTIVE LEAGUE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 28, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (6) - composed of local ordinances granting rights to the railroad.
Folder F3725:444-446.

Case No. 397 L. Y. MONTGOMERY ET. AL., VS. FRESNO CANAL COMPANY. Decided July 24, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (14) - including map of Laguna de Tache Ranch involved in the case.
Folder F3725:447.

Case No. 398 FRED L. HILMER VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:448.

Case No. 399 E. PERCIVAL LEWIS VS. PEOPLE'S WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:449.

Case No. 400 TOWN OF ANTIOCH VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided July 6, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: exhibits (3) - including statistical data on the cost of operation of P. G. & E. electrical facilities in Antioch, distribution data, a description of the lands, reservoirs and other physical property of P. G. & E. in Antioch used in the production of hydro-electric power, and reports by the City of Antioch on a proposed municipal power plant.
Folder F3725:450.

Case No. 404 405 FRED GUNTHER COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 405 L. C. ROSS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 25, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:451-454.

Case No. 406 RIVERS BROTHERS COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 13, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (12) - comprised of schedules of rates charged per mile per ton, rates for the shipment of apples per carload, and bills from Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Ry. Co. for similar shipments to those involved in the case.
 

Case No. 407 App. No. 2 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE RATES, CHARGES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS OF THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS INTERCHANGE TELEPHONE SERVICE WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BEFORE COMMISSION EN BANC, AT SAN FRANCISCO; App. 2 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO ESTABLISH REVISED SYSTEM OF TOLL RATES THROUGHOUT CALIFORNIA.

Scope and Content Note

Also see series entry 6, FORMAL APPLICATIONS, 1912-1928, Application No. 2.
Decided February 6, 1914. 7ff. F3725:455-461.
Contains: report; legal documents; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (34) - comprising in part proposals, fiscal statements, comparisons of rates, earning statements, schedules, and charts.
Folder F3725:462.

Case No. 409 R. H. KNOX, E. R. EVERETT, FRANK DECKER, A. G. DU BURTZ, A. FOURCHY, H. J. PRAEGER, GEORGE R. GREENLEAF, J. H. BONE, W. G. GOODMAN, B. W. THAYER, AND SAMUEL B. McLENEGAN, PROPERTY OWNERS AND RESIDENTS OF SAN JOSE EAST SIDE DISTRICT VS. SAN JOSE AND SANTA CLARA COUNTY RAILROAD COMPANY AND SAN JOSE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 23, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:463.

Case No. 411 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION TO ASCERTAIN THE VALUE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF THE CRESCENT CITY RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided December 3, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:464.

Case No. 412 T. D. JOHNSTON VS. SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:465.

Case No. 413 GUY B. WILKINSON VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Dismissed March 18, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:466.

Case No. 414 RED LINE TOURIST AGENCY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND UNION TRANSFER COMPANY. Decided August 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:467-473.

Case No. 417 475 SAN FRANCISCO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 475 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION OF THE LUMBER RATES OF THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY (COAST LINES); SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES, AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY; NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; AND WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 6 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (6 Vols.); and exhibits (7) - embodying in part data on the shipment of lumber being carried on the railroads involved in the case.
Folder F3725:474-485.

Case No. 418 498 G. W. MORDECI, ET. AL, VS. THE MADERA CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY AND C. S. MOSES; Case 498 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE SERVICE, EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES OF MADERA CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY ON THE RAILROAD COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE. Decided April 3, 1914.

Physical Description: 6ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); newspaper articles involving the case; and exhibits (28) - comprising city ordinances, statistical data on water levels in various company ditches, time book of when and how much water customers received, book containing certificates of water rights, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Exs. 16, 17, 25, and 1 un-numbered exhibit - composed of maps of company reservoirs and canals and cross sections of canals. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:486.

Case No. 419 CERTAIN RESIDENTS OF MENLO PARK AND VICINITY, IN THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO VS. BEAR GULCH WATER COMPANY. Decided October 16, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:487.

Case No. 422 W. H. FRAZINE, CHAIRMAN OF CITIZENS COMMITTEE VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided August 11, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:488.

Case No. 423 BALDWIN PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. BALDWIN PARK DOMESTIC WATER COMPANY, S. M. WALKER, PROPRIETOR. Decided September 24, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:489.

Case No. 424 MERCHANTS TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION, INDEPENDENT SEWER PIPE COMPANY, PACIFIC SEWER PIPE COMPANY, ST. LEWIS FIRE BRICK AND CLAY COMPANY, INGLEWOOD BRICK AND TILE COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY (COAST LINE) AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:490.

Case No. 425 A. M. BUCHANAN VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided October 2, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:491-496.

Case No. 426 GRIDLEY WATER USERS ASSOCIATION VS. THE SUTTER BUTTE CANAL COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided July 13, 1915.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (40) - including copies of articles of incorporation and water agreements and deeds.
Folder F3725:497-513.

Case No. 431 IN THE MATTER OF AN INVESTIGATION INTO METHODS AND EQUIPMENT OF THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY IN THE OPERATION OF ITS LINES OF RAILWAY (OUTGROWTH OF THE DISASTEROUS VENICE CAR COLLISION). Decided August 15, 1913.

Physical Description: 9ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - comprising in part statistical report on automobile deaths within the United States for 1913, letters from company explaining the safety procedures of the railway, and a report by the City of Long Beach explaining its view of the causes of the accident; transcripts (4 Vols.); and exhibits (30) including report by the railway on the causes of the collision, rules and regulations of the company, reports on automobile accidents, a C.R.C. Engineer's report on the nature and causes of the accident, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exs. A, D, 1, 5, and 4 un-numbered exhibits - embodying diagrams and profiles of the scene of the collision, maps of the P. E. Ry. system showing signals and other safety features, and diagrams of crossings along the system showing safety and signal systems. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:514-520.

Case No. 433 434 441 TUJUNGA VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY; Case 434 NABORU OMURA VS. TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY; Case 441 TUJUNGA TERRACE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. THE TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including a letter sent by the C.R.C. to Hiram Johnson explaining the nature of the case; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (12) - comprising in part profiles of the water companies' canals, copies of agreements, lists of delinquent water users, schedules of water rates, and photographic material filed separately.
Filed separately: un-numbered exhibit - photographs of canals and pumping equipment of the Tujunga Water and Power Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:521.

Case No. 434 NABORU OMURA VS. TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided October 16, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report and legal documents.
Folder F3725:522.

Case No. 435 CITY OF EAGLE ROCK VS. EAGLE ROCK WATER COMPANY. Decided December 13, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:523.

Case No. 436 SCATENA AND COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 14, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:524.

Case No. 437 D. E. SLENACK VS. INGLEWOOD WATER COMPANY. Decided October 26, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:525.

Case No. 439 440 W. T. INCOT VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 440 W. T. INCOT VS. AMADOR CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 18, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:526.

Case No. 441 THE TUJUNGA TERRACE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. THE TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided October 16, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:527.

Case No. 445 TOWN OF HAYWARD VS. SAN LORENZO WATER COMPANY. Decided July 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:528.

Case No. 446 H. BROCHMAIR VS. PACIFIC BUILDING COMPANY. Decided March 11, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:529.

Case No 448 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF REDLANDS VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, UNION HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, AND SOUTHWESTERN HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:530-548.

Case No. 450 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPLIANCE BY OIL PIPELINES WITH THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 327 OF THE LAWS OF 1913, DECLARING CERTAIN CORPORATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS TO BE COMMON CARRIER AND PUBLIC UTILITIES, SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT. Decided January 3, 1914, further decision March 18, 1915.

Physical Description: 7ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including reports from the C.R.C. Engineering Department on the nature of the operations of oil pipeline companies within the state containing statistical data on the milage and size of pipes; correspondence - comprising in part reports from oil pipeline companies, required by the C.R.C., providing information on the company name, place of business, purpose of incorporation, officers, and connections with foreign corporations (arranged alphabetically by company); transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (34) - embodying local ordinances, contracts, annual reports, copies of articles of incorporation, C.R.C. Engineer's report summarizing findings on the nature of oil shipments in the State, a report by M. L. Regua (engineer) entitled Oil Resources of California, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Coast Oil Co. Ex. A, Columbia Oil Co. Ex. A, Central Oil Co. Ex. B, Union Oil Co. Ex. H, and 7 un-numbered exhibits - comprising maps of gas fields, oil fields, pipelines, company properties and facilities. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:549.

Case No. 453 J. P. RAMOS VS. SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY. Decided October 25, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:550.

Case No. 454 BELVEDERE CIVIC ASSOCIATION VS. FARISS COMPANY. Decided September 19, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:551.

Case No. 455 B. B. HARLAN, ET. AL., VS. LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO BEACH RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided December 20, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:553-559.

Case No. 457 459 RICHMOND W. ARMSTRONG, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY; Case 459 LOS ANGELES RATE ASSOCIATION VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.); and exhibits (30) - comprising time tables, rate tariffs, confidential report on passenger traffic in Los Angeles in 1912, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 2 un-numbered exhibits - maps of the commuter systems of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad in the San Francisco Bay Area and of the San Diego and Southeastern Railroad in the vicinity of San Diego. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:560.

Case No. 458 CITY OF ONTARIO VS. ONTARIO-UPLAND GAS COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
 

Case No. 459 See Case No. 457.

Folder F3725:560a.

Case No. 460 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE MATTER OF SANITARY DRINKING CUPS ON PASSENGER CARS. Decided: October 8, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: opinion; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript.
Folder F3725:561.

Case No. 461 SAN MATEO AND BURLINGAME MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 11, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:562-567.

Case No. 462 IN THE MATTER OF THE RULES, REGULATIONS AND PRACTICES OF THE PULLMAN COMPANY. Decided April 25, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents, correspondence - including in part letters relating to informal complaint No. 151; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (10) - comprising data on the rates charged by the Pullman Company for the rent of Pullman Cars and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - plans for various designs of Pullman chair. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:568.

Case No. 463 J. J. CHAPPELL, ET. AL. VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 19, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:569-581.

Case No. 464 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE MATTER OF THE CHARGES OF PUBLIC UTILITIES GAS CORPORATIONS FOR NATURAL GAS DELIVERED AT WHOLESALE AT POINTS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY OUTSIDE THE LIMITS OF INCORPORATED CITIES AND TOWNS. Decided December 20, 1913.

Physical Description: 8ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (30) - including incorporating ordinances, contracts, C.R.C. Engineer's report containing a narrative description of the nature of gas production in Southern California, lists of company officials, the assessed values of gas production, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exs. A, B, Northern Exploration Company Ex. 4, and two un-numbered exhibits - embodying maps of oil fields, gas transmission systems and diagrams of pipeline routes. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:582.

Case No. 465 M. FARRELL, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided December 27, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:583.

Case No. 466 W. S. JENKIN VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided November 7, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:584-585.

Case No. 467 793 W. H. DAUM VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Case 793 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS COVERING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PASSENGER STATION AT LOS ANGELES. Decided May 14, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:586.

Case No. 470 487 919 JOHN I. BECK VS. HERMOSA BEACH WATER COMPANY; Case 487 FRANCIS S. HALE VS. HERMOSA BEACH WATER COMPANY; Case 919 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HERMOSA BEACH WATER COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF RULES AND REGULATIONS. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript(1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:587-591.

Case No. 472 FRANK TURNBULL COMPANY VS. SWEETWATER WATER COMPANY. Decided January 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (11) - embodying in part articles of incorporation and a C.R.C. Engineer's report explaining the nature of the case, the issues to be decided, and providing statistical information on the operation of the water company.
Folder F3725:592.

Case No. 473 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION OF THE FAILURE OF THE BRIDGE OF THE NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY ACROSS THE AMERICAN RIVER, OCCURRING SEPTEMBER 9, 1913. Decided September 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents and correspondence.
Folder F3725:593-597.

Case No. 475 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE LUMBER RATES OF THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence - including letters relating to informal complaint no. 8037; transcripts (see Case No. 417); and exhibits (7) - comprising in part existing rates for the shipment of lumber, proposed rates, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Company Ex. K - map of lumber areas in Northern California. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see Case No. 417.
Folder F3725:598-606.

Case No. 476 THOMAS MONAHAN, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF SAN JOSE, VS. SAN JOSE WATER COMPANY. Decided May 22, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (4) - composed of oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 4 un-numbered exhibits - showing property, conduits, flumes and dams of the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:607-612.

Case No. 477 550 THOMAS MONAHAN, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF SAN JOSE VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 550 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S OWN INVESTIGATION IN THE MATTER OF RATES, SERVICES AND EXTENSIONS OF PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY IN ITS SAN JOSE DISTRICT. Decided August 28, 1914.

Physical Description: 3ff. and 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (5) - including reports by the Gas and Electrical Division of the C.R.C. Engineering Department summarizing the nature of the case and providing statistical information on the operation of P.G.&E. and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Petitioner's Ex. 57 - Valuation of the physical properties of P.G.&E. by a private engineer (8 Vols.). Not complete. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:613-614.

Case No. 478 THOMAS MONAHAN, MAYOR OF SAN JOSE VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and transcripts (2 Vols.).
Folder F3725:615.

Case No. 480 App. 791 CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH VS. THE HUNTINGTON BEACH COMPANY; App. No. 791 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HUNTINGTON BEACH COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO INCREASE RATES FOR WATER SERVICE. Decided August 14, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:616.

Case No. 483 THE TOWN OF UKIAH VS. THE SNOW MOUNTAIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:617.

Case No. 484 OAKLAND, ANTIOCH AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY VS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Dismissed December 20, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:618-622.

Case No. 485 580 686 SAN FRANCISCO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND MCCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 580 THE MCCORMICK-SAELTZER COMPANY VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 686 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO CLASS RATES OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY BETWEEN ALL POINTS BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO, SAN JOSE AND POINTS NORTH THEREOF TO AND INCLUDING THE OREGON STATE LINE. Decided November 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff. and 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (2 Vols.); and exhibits (9) - comprising in part a chart of the populations of various counties in Northern California, statements of standard class rates, base car load rates, and sugar shipment rates.
See also Case Nos. 580 and 686.
Folder F3725:623.

Case No. 486 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE MATTER OF THE ESTABLISHING OF A THROUGH ROUTE AND JOINT RATES BETWEEN GLENDALE AND EAGLE ROCK RAILROAD COMPANY AND THE LOS ANGELES RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 487 See Case No. 470.

Folder F3725:624.

Case No. 489 GEM CITY PACKING COMPANY VS. SAN JOSE WATER COMPANY. Decided June 22, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:625.

Case No. 491 FLORANCE LOCKE VS. BOLINAS WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:626.

Case No. 492 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE SERVICE OF THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND BELVEDERE. Decided November 14, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:627.

Case No. 493 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE TIDEWATER SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY FOR AN ORDER OF THE COMMISSION ESTABLISHING FOR IT THROUGH PASSENGER ROUTES AND FARES IN CONNECTION WITH THE TRANSCONTINENTAL SCRIP BUREAU LINES, AND TO BE ADMITTED TO A MEMBERSHIP IN SAID TRANSCONTINENTAL SCRIP BUREAU. Dismissed November 21, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents.
Folder F3725:628.

Case No. 494 ANGEL FERRASCI, ET. AL., VS. EMPIRE WATER COMPANY. Decided March 5, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:629-630.

Case No. 495 SALINAS CITY VS. COAST VALLEYS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided October 6, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:631-634.

Case No. 497 C. C. WOODWORTH, ET. AL., VS. WESTERN STATES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided March 2, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (12) - including applications to receive power and letters of complaint about company services.
 

Case No. 498 See Case No. 418

Folder F3725:635.

Case No. 499 495 533 CITY OF MONTEREY VS. COAST VALLEY'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 495 SALINAS CITY VS. COAST VALLEY'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 533 CITY OF MONTEREY VS. COAST VALLEY'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:636-646.

Case No. 500 App. 950 CITY OF MONTEREY VS. THE MONTEREY COUNTY WATER WORKS; App. No. 950 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE MONTEREY COUNTY WATER WORKS FOR PERMISSION TO INCREASE THE RATES FOR WATER SERVICE IN THE CITY OF MONTEREY AND CERTAIN OTHER PLACES. Decided October 8, 1914.

Physical Description: 7ff. and 4 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (4 Vols.); and exhibits - including contracts, indentures, and a four volume valuation of the water company's physical property including a map book showing the complete distribution system of the company in Monterey, Oak Grove, Del Norte, Pebble Beach and Carmel, as well as blueprints of reservoirs and trestles.
Folder F3725:647.

Case No. 504 PANNEY AND BOYLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 13, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:648-649.

Case No. 508 538 967 CALISTOGA ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. NAPA VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 538 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION OF THE RATES OF NAPA VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 967 CALISTOGA ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. NAPA VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided May 21, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.
Folder F3725:650.

Case No. 509 LENNOX IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION AND LOS ANGELES COUNTY VS. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:651.

Case No. 510 CHARLES MITCHELL WHITAKER VS. SNOWBALL-SULLIVAN COMPANY AND T. F. O'BRIEN, LITTLEROCK FRUITLAND COMPANY. Decided May 7, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:652.

Case No. 511 WINFRED F. MARR VS. LOS ANGELES AND ARIZONA LAND COMPANY. Decided April 15, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:653.

Case No. 512 SWIFT AND WILCOX COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 7, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:654-655.

Case No. 514 OAKLAND, ANTIOCH AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY VS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided May 28, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (7) - comprising in part deeds and agreements.
Folder F3725:656.

Case No. 515 S. O. FESLER, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:657-662.

Case No. 516 CITY OF TAFT VS. WESTSIDE GAS COMPANY. Decided May 21, 1914.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (12) - including data on the cost of natural gas of the Company per cubic foot and oversized exhibits filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Ex. 1, and C.R.C. Exs. 1 and 2 - comprising maps of the cities of Mason and Taft showing water mains and an inventory and valuation of company property in Taft prepared by the C.R.C. Engineering Department. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:663.

Case No. 522 HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF SANTA BARBARA VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided February 1, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:664-667.

Case No. 523 CITY OF REDLANDS VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, UNITED STATES LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, SOUTHWESTERN HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (1) - list of earnings from 5$cent; terminal switching charge.
Folder F3725:668-670.

Case No. 524 KLEIN-SIMPSON FRUIT COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, IN THE MATTER OF RE-ICING REFRIGERATOR CARS. Decided November 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (4) - including freight bills for shipping produce in refrigerator cars.
Folder F3725:671-672.

Case No. 526 COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO VS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE SACRAMENTO AND WOODLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 10, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:673-676.

Case No. 528 ELAN DUNLAP VS. DIAMOND RIDGE DITCH COMPANY, T. C. PATTON. Decided February 28, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - comprising in part letters relating to Informal Complaint No. 1925; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:677-678.

Case No. 529 STATE COMMISSION ON LUNACY VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY (COAST LINES). Dismissed April 9, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: diagram of proposed A. T. & S. F. Ry. siding leading to the State Hospital (undated). See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:679.

Case No. 530 A. J. GUGHELMETTI, ET. AL., VS. CHILENO VALLEY TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided October 3, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:680.

Case No. 532 BENJAMIN W. FENTON VS. THE WELLS FARGO EXPRESS COMPANY. Dismissed May 1, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence - including reports from city clerks of all major cities in California on the overall population and population per square mile in cities.
Folder F3725:681.

Case No. 533 CITY OF MONTEREY VS. COAST VALLEY'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided January 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
See also Case No. 499.
Folder F3725:682.

Case No. 534 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN MOTION INTO THE RATES FOR TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT BY WATER BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO, STOCKTON, SACRAMENTO, AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS. Decided September 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (3) - embodying in part schedules of freight rates for water transport.
Folder F3725:683.

Case No. 535 SARATOGA IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. SAN JOSE WATER COMPANY. Decided June 17, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:684-694.

Case No. 536 JOHN WALL, JESSE PARMAN, S. W. MILLER, J. B. ESTES, AND IRA S. COMMON, CONSTITUTING THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF MODOC VS. THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 16, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (9) - including petitions, statistics on the number of passengers entering and leaving Alturas in 1913, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Ex. 2, and 6 un-numbered exhibits - composed of diagrams of street crossings, located center line maps of railroad tracks passing through Alturas, maps showing proposed locations for a railroad station in Alturas, and plans for a proposed railroad station. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:695-699.

Case No. 538 CALISTOGA ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. NAPA VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY, AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE RATES OF THE NAPA VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY FOR ELECTRIC ENERGY. Decided May 21, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (9) - comprising in part an inventory of equipment, reports describing the operations of the defendant, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: C.R.C. Ex. 1 - Valuation of the Napa Valley Electric Railway Co. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see Case No. 508.
Folder F3725:699a, 700-705.

Case No. 539 RIVERSIDE PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY VS. SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES, AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY; THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY; SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; AND WILLIAM G. HENSHAW, DOING BUSINESS AS A RAILROAD CORPORATION UNDER THE NAME OF THE STYLE OF CRESCENT CITY RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 4, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; transcripts (7 Vols.) and exhibits (3) - oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Exs. 1921 - composed of a blueprint of an oil barge, and maps of Suisun Bay and Harbor. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:706.

Case No. 540 VALLEJO TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL VS. VALLEJO ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CITY OF VALLEJO. Decided August 12, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; and legal documents.
Folder F3725:707.

Case No. 541 GEORGE J. BERKEL VS. LAUREL CANYON LAND COMPANY. Decided September 21, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:708.

Case No. 544 F. O. SICARD VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided June 7, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (5 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:709.

Case No. 545 ROY A. PRATT, ET. AL., VS. SPRING VALLEY WATER COMPANY. Decided May 21, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:710-720.

Case No. 546 UNION HOLLYWOOD WATER COMPANY VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Dismissed January 6, 1917.

Physical Description: 6ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda - including C.R.C. Engineer's Department report on the problem of electric action and summarizing the testimony and evidence of the case; correspondence - comprising in part reports by the U. S. Bureau of Standards and by William Mulholland (Engineer of Los Angeles County) on the problem of electrolitic action caused in canals and water pipes by the presence of overhead electric transmission wires; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (20) - embodying report on the problem of electrolitic action by the plaintiff, statistical data on economic losses caused by the problem, a report on the cost of properly insulating the railroad's overhead lines to prevent electrolitic action; and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: P. E. Ry. Exs. 8-10 and 1 un-numbered exhibit - official transportation map of Los Angeles County showing P. E. Ry. lines, and maps showing the relocation of pipelines because of electrolitic damage. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:721.

Case No. 547 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATES CHARGED AND SERVICE RENDERED BY H. R. ATWOOD ALSO DOING BUSINESS UNDER THE NAME OF ENCANTO HEIGHTS WATER COMPANY, FOR WATER SUPPLIED TO HIS CONSUMERS AT ENCANTO, CALIFORNIA. Decided March 28, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:722.

Case No. 549 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE MATTER OF THE CHARGES FOR NATURAL GAS DELIVERED AT THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF LONG BEACH FOR CONSUMPTION THEREIN. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 550 See Case No. 477.

Folder F3725:723.

Case No. 553 J. H. BROCKMAN VS. INGLEWOOD WATER COMPANY. Decided October 14, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:724.

Case No. 555 E. T. DOWNS VS. CALISTOGA ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided March 31, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 556 See Case No. 357.

Folder F3725:725-733.

Case No. 557 MODESTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 18, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - including resolutions and petitions, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Exs. 1 and 2, and 2 un-numbered exhibits - comprising diagrams of changes in S.P.R.R. tracks heading through Modesto, and a blueprint of the S.P. railroad station in Modesto. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:734-740.

Case No. 558 L. E. COLE, ET. AL., VS. SOUTH FEATHER RIVER LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; evidence collected by C.R.C. - resolutions and the rules and regulations of the company; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (14) - including a report by the water company on the nature of its business and resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Company, as well as oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Un-numbered exhibit - map of company main ditch. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:741-743.

Case No. 560 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATES OF THE NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY, WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided December 4, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - comprising charts of fares charged by different railroad company lines going through the town of Alturas, data on the funding of the railroad; and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: comparative chart of rates of the N.-C.-O. Ry. route to Alturas with those of other railroad lines in other parts of the country of similar length and character. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:744.

Case No. 561 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION ON ITS OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE MATTER OF THE SERVICE OF THE TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided June 2, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:745-746.

Case No. 565 WESTERN STATES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. SIERRA AND SAN FRANCISCO POWER COMPANY. Decided Sept. 1, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Un-numbered exhibit - chart of the cost of power service furnished by the Sierra and San Francisco Power Company to the Western States Gas and Electric Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:747.

Case No. 567 BOARD OF TRADE OF SIERRA MADRE, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided December 15, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:748.

Case No. 568 JAMES M. SHARP VS. SWEETWATER WATER COMPANY. Decided November 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:749.

Case No. 569 570 G. W. FAUKNER, ET. AL., VS. VENTURA COUNTY POWER COMPANY; Case 570 R. E. BRAKEY, ET. AL., VS. VENTURA COUNTY POWER COMPANY. Decided December 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:750.

Case No. 571 J. J. GILL VS. SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided June 11, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:751-754.

Case No. 574 595 SAN MATEO COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; Case 595 CITY OF PALO ALTO AND PALO ALTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 10, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and exhibits (15) - including commuter tickets to and from San Mateo, rates for commuter tickets from San Mateo, R. R. profits from its San Mateo commuter operations, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 2 un-numbered exhibits - charts of ticket sales, and of the number of passengers riding on S. P. commuter trains out of San Mateo. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:755.

Case No. 575 CITY OF NAPA, ET. AL., VS. THEODORE A. BELL AND NAPA CITY WATER COMPANY. Decided May 28, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:756.

Case No. 576 GOLDEN STATE PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 22, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:757.

Case No. 578 RAMEY, ET. AL., VS. SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:758.

Case No. 579 J. D. WARREN, ET. AL., VS. MURPHY WATER, ICE, AND LIGHT COMPANY. Decided June 17, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 580 See Case No. 485 and 868.

Folder F3725:759.

Case No. 587 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE MATTER OF THE STOPPING OF PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY CARS AT LA SURLE. Decided August 1, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:760-761.

Case No. 591 596 STEIGER TERRA COTTA AND POTTERY WORKS, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, Case 596 SAME TITLE. Decided April 9, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
See also Case No. 668.
Folder F3725:762.

Case No. 592 PACIFIC COAST POTTERY AND TERRA COTTA COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:763-764.

Case No. 593 PALO ALTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. PENINSULAR RAILROAD COMPANY AND THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 20, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (3) - comprising in part charts of the cost of one way fares and schedules.
Folder F3725:765.

Case No. 594 CITY OF LOS ANGELES VS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY, AND ECONOMIC GAS COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 595 See Case No. 574.

 

Case No. 596 See Case No. 591.

Folder F3725:766-792.

Case No. 597 673 W. J. ROGERS AND CENTRAL PACIFIC LAND AND LUMBER COMPANY VS. SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY, ET. AL.; Case 673 SACRAMENTO VALLEY REALTY COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY AND WILLIAM F. FOWLER, RECEIVER OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY. Decided July 6, 1914.

Physical Description: 17ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (12 Vols.); and exhibits (126) - including C.R.C. Engineer's Department reports on the nature of the case and the issues to be decided, C.R.C. Auditor's Department audits of the Sacramento Valley West Side Canal Company, list of water contract holders in the Central Valley, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Exs. 2-4, 6, C.R.C. Ex. 1, and 1 un-numbered exhibit - embodying maps of company canals, facilities, and lands irrigated; and photographs of property, equipment, and canals of the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
See also Case No. 673.
Folder F3725:793.

Case No. 599 PINNEY AND BOYLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided July 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:794.

Case No. 600 GARNETT A. JOSLIN VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:795.

Case No. 602 VISALIA COMPANY-OPERATIVE CREAMERY VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY. Dismissed October 6, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (3) - comprising proposed questions to be asked of company officials.
Folder F3725:796.

Case No. 603 REEDLEY TELEPHONE COMPANY VS. L. O. CLOUGH, J. E. ANDERSON, G. E. SCHWEDIN, ANTON HANSON, AND J. W. GALLI. Decided June 26, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:797-799.

Case No. 604 CITY OF REDLANDS VS. THE CITRUS BELT GAS COMPANY. Decided November 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - oversized filed separately.
Filed separately - Defendant's Ex. 1 - composed of an inventory of the physical properties of the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:800.

Case No. 606 BUSINESS MEN'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF HEALDSBURG VS. NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided September 15, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:801.

Case No. 607 CRESCENT CITY LIGHT, WATER AND POWER COMPANY VS. GEORGE W. KELLER AND HOBBS, WALL AND COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:802-814.

Case No. 610 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION BY THE RAILROAD COMMISSION UPON ITS OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE UNITED RAILROADS OF SAN FRANCISCO. Decided May 17, 1915.

Physical Description: 10ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - containing in part a report by the C.R.C. Stocks and Bonds expert on the financial condition of the company, the C.R.C. Auditor's report, and a C.R.C. Engineer's Department report summarizing the issues involved in the case; evidence collected by the C.R.C.; correspondence - comprising in part estimates of track laying expenses; transcript (3 Vols.); exhibits (21) - including the minutes of the United Railroad Company and its predecessors dealing with various mergers forming the Company, a book, Bion J. Arnold, Report on the Improvement and Development of the Transportation Facilities (San Francisco, 1913) containing drawings of rolling stock and equipment, maps of lines, and a complete description of the operation of the railway; and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Company Exs. 5-6, 8, and 1 un-numbered exhibit - embodying maps of improvements ot the system and charts of the cost of improvements and maintenance of the system. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:815.

Case No. 611 TOWN OF SAN ANSELMO VS. MARIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided August 31, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:816-821.

Case No. 612 671 LOS MOLINOS CITRUS FARMS COMPANY VS. CONELAND WATER COMPANY; Case 671 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE RATES CHARGED FOR WATER BY CONELAND WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence and memoranda; transcripts (6 Vols.); and exhibits - comprising agreements, data on the cost of canal construction, cross sections of the canal, and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Ex. 1 - embodying a plat map showing ownership of land irrigated by the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:822-835

Case No 613 WILLIAM PAXTON MONTAGUE, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided December 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (44) - including data provided by the defendant on the cost of construction of hydro-electric equipment, conflicting data provided by the complaintant, a history of the origin, growth and development of hydro-electric and irrigation systems in Placer County, data on salaries, operating expenses, and the cost of company tunnels, a valuation of company property, a general report on the nature of P.G. & E. in Placer County, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Exs. 4 and 11, and Defendant's exhibits 5-7, 10, 11, 13, and 14 - composed of maps of P.G. & E. dams and power generating facilities along the Bear River and of canals in the Placer County Water District, maps of water districts involved in the case, and geologic maps of Nevada and Placer Counties. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:836.

Case No. 614 MACEY LEAKE, ET. AL., VS. NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided November 25, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 616 See P.U.C. Map Book Index.

Folder F3725:838.

Case No. 617 CITY OF ALAMEDA VS. PEOPLE'S WATER COMPANY. Decided February 21, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:839.

Case No. 621 CITY OF REDLANDS VS. THE SOUTHWESTERN HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided July 6, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:840-849.

Case No. 623 App. 1341 CITY OF COALINGA VS. PLEASANT VALLEY WATER COMPANY AND COALINGA CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY; App. 1341 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PLEASANT VALLEY WATER COMPANY AND COALINGA CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO INCREASE RATES FOR WATER FURNISHED TO THE CITY OF COALINGA AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF. Decided January 13, 1915.

Physical Description: 10ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; correspondence; transcripts (6 Vols.); and exhibits (24) - including valuations of company property, estimates of water usage, and lists of operating expenses.
Folder F3725:850.

Case No. 624 CITY OF COALINGA VS. COALINGA GAS AND POWER COMPANY. Decided November 5, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:851.

Case No. 628 STEIGER TERRA COTTA AND POTTERY WORKS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 9, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:852.

Case No. 631 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION OF THE WHOLESALE RATES OF THE CUYAMACA WATER COMPANY. Decided August 18, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:853-855.

Case No. 632 YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD, REPORT OF ACCIDENT. Decided February 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; exhibits (2) - comprised of an early advertisement for Yosemite Valley and an Engineer's report on the accident.
Folder F3725:856.

Case No. 633 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SUGAR COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Dismissed June 22, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:857

Case No. 634 GRIFFIN AND MILLER, ET. AL., VS. HONEY LAKE VALLEY MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY. Dismissed September 11, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; and correspondence - including correspondence relating to I. C. 3452.
Folder F3725:858-859.

Case No. 636 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION OF SWITCHING CHARGES ON CALIFORNIA RAILROAD COMPANIES. Decided November 8, 1920.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (5 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:860.

Case No. 637 ANDREW BEAGLEY, ET. AL., VS. LANKERSHIRE LAND COMPANY. Decided June 4, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:861-866.

Case No. 638 R. L. MEADE, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided June 4, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (14) - comprising data on the organizational and developmental costs of P.G. & E. 's Vallejo operations, statistics on the number of consumers using different qualities of gas, charts of gas rates, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - map of the real property of P.G. & E. in Solano County. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:867-871.

Case No. 639 TOWN OF HOLLISTER VS. HOLLISTER WATER COMPANY. Decided June 21, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including correspondence involving I. C. 3987; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (14) - comprising in part a map of the Hollister water system and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed Separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - plan of company's Grass Valley head works. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:872.

Case No. 641 MT. KONOCTI LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY VS. JAMES A. GUNN, JR. Decided May 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:873-878.

Case No. 642 C. H. JONES, ET. AL., VS. NORTHERN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided December 30, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - including letters involving I. C. 2615; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (3) - comprising deeds and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - map of the company's water system.
Folder F3725:879-881.

Case No. 648 CITY OF SALINAS VS. COAST VALLEY GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided March 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (21) - including valuations of company properties, resolutions, and data on operating expenses of the company.
Folder F3725:882.

Case No. 651 E. D. PORTER, ET. AL., VS. FRESNO CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY. Decided February 3, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:883-885.

Case No. 652 E. C. PHOENIX AND FAIR OAKS WATER TAKERS ASSOCIATION VS. AMERICAN IRRIGATION COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided January 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - including an oversized document filed separately; and exhibit (1) - financial statement provided by the company.
Filed separately: map of the town of Fair Oaks showing the location of company water mains, received with correspondence on December 28, 1914.
Folder F3725:886-888.

Case No. 654 750 J. P. MELCHER, ET. AL., VS. MT. WHITNEY POWER AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 750 A. C. ROSENTHAL, ET. AL. VS. MT. WHITNEY POWER AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided April 6, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (7 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:889.

Case No. 660 CITY OF CORONA VS. CORONA HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided September 28, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:890.

Case No. 661 CITY OF CORONA VS. CORONA CITY WATER COMPANY. Decided January 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:891.

Case No. 662 CITY OF CORONA VS. CITRUS BELT GAS COMPANY AND D. J. DUBKILL, TRUSTEE. Decided December 1, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:892.

Case No. 664 BALDWIN PARK DOMESTIC WATER COMPANY, S. M. WALKER, PROPRIETOR, VS. UNION TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF A. W. DICKERSON DECEASED, BALDWIN PARK WATER COMPANY, AND D. J. SHULTES. Decided November 5, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:893.

Case No. 665 TOWN OF LOS GATOS VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided June 26, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:894.

Case No. 668 596 672 W. T. OGDEN, ET. AL, VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 596 STEIGER TERRA COTTA AND POTTERY WORKS VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY; Case 672 N. CLARK AND SONS VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided November 13, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:895.

Case No. 669 CALIFORNIA POTTERY COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:896.

Case No. 670 BARCLAY MCCOWAN, ET. AL., VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Withdrawn June 9, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 671 See Case No. 612.

 

Case No. 672 See Case No. 668.

Folder F3725:897-900.

Case No. 673 597 W. J. ROGERS AND THE CENTRAL PACIFIC LAND AND LUMBER COMPANY, VS. THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY AND WILLIAM F. FOWLER, RECEIVER, OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY; Case 673 SACRAMENTO VALLEY REALTY COMPANY VS. SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY AND WILLIAM F. FOWLER, RECEIVER OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY WEST SIDE CANAL COMPANY. Decided February 7, 1916.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence; transcripts (see Case 597); and exhibits (8) - comprising in part lists of water users, and lists of stocks and bonds issued.
Also see Case No. 597.
Folder F3725:901.

Case No. 675 676 677 711 App. 1625 CITY OF REDDING VS. THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY; Case 676 CITY OF REDDING VS. THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY; Case 677 CITY OF REDDING VS. THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY; Case 711 IN THE MATTER OF THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY; and App. 1625 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY FOR A GENERAL DETERMINATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF RATES TO BE CHARGED BY IT AND FOR A CONSOLIDATION WITH THIS APPLICATION OF CASES NOS. 675, 676, 677, and 711. Decided September 1, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:902-904.

Case No. 679 JOHN PELGANTI, ET. AL., VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided April 27, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - comprising in part statistics on the cost of opening a ditch involved in the case, names of consumers receiving services, and contracts for power.
Folder F3725:905.

Case No. 680 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CROSSING AT GRADE OVER THE TRACKS OF THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY IN THE CITY OF GLENDALE. Decided November 6, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:906-912.

Case No. 681 VISALIA BOARD OF TRADE, VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 14, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (11) - embodying in part oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Exs. 3-7, Company Ex. 1, and 1 un-numbered exhibit - composed of photographs of the Visalia station during rush hour, plans for a passenger station at Visalia, and a map showing S.P.R.R. right of way and facilities at Visalia. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:913-931.

Case No. 683 IN THE MATTER OF THE PRACTICE OF WATER, GAS, ELECTRIC, AND TELEPHONE UTILITIES IN REQUIRING DEPOSITS BEFORE RENDERING SERVICE [complete investigation into the practice of all classes of utilities named with reference to collecting deposits as a condition precedent to receiving service, and also with reference to other service charges and regulations]. Decided November 15, 1915.

Physical Description: 18ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and correspondence - including replies from gas, electric, water, and telephone companies to a C.R.C. questionaire asking information on refund practices and other billing procedures (arranged by type of utility and alphabetically by name of company there-under - indexed), reports from public utilities commissions in other states describing their approaches to the problem of refunds, and letters involving I.C.s 1304, 2267, 3063, 4040, 4420, 4422, 4479, and 6754; and exhibits (3) - comprising memoranda describing the nature of informal complaints, lists of informal complaints, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Exhibit C - map of Domestic Water Company water mains in the town of Victorville. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:932-938.

Case No. 684 CITY OF PACIFIC GROVE VS. COAST VALLEYS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided November 16, 1917.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (12) - including statistical data involving the operating expenses of the utility, a C.R.C. Engineer's report on the operation of the company, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - map of the gas distribution system of the company in Monterey and Pacific Grove. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:939-946.

Case No. 686 580 485 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO CLASS RATES OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY BETWEEN ALL POINTS FROM SAN FRANCISCO, SAN JOSE AND POINTS NORTH THEREOF TO AND INCLUDING THE OREGON STATE LINE; Case 580 MCCORMICK-SARLTZER COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE MCCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY; and Case 485 SAN FRANCISCO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND MCCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided November 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - comprising in part data prepared by the C.R.C. Engineering Department on road conditions along the S.P.R.R. lines in Northern California; correspondence; and exhibits (54) - including data provided by the S.P.R.R. on rates charged, a statement of the total number of refunds made under the conditions of a C.R.C. order, and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Oakland Ex. 1 and S.P. Ex. 1 - composed of photographs of the Oakland waterfront showing S.P.R.R. lines in Northern California. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see Case Nos. 485 and 580.
Folder F3725:947.

Case No. 689 DONALD S. GETTINGS, ET. AL., VS. THE WINDSOR WATER COMPANY AND OTTO PACKMAYOR. Decided March 25, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:948.

Case No. 691 GOLD BANNER VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:949.

Case No. 692 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE CTIY OF SANTA CRUZ VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided May 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:950.

Case No. 693 DEL PASO HEIGHTS CLUB VS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Dismissed November 27, 1914.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence - including letters involving I.C. 3913; and exhibits (2) - comprising schedules of the Northern Electric Railway.
Folder F3725:951-954.

Case No. 694 695 DAIRYMEN COMPANY--OPERATIVE CREAMERY ASSOCIATION VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY EXPRESS; and Case 695 SAME TITLE. Decided March 13, 1915.

Physical Description: 4 ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence - including express tariffs and statistical information on the operation of the company (provided by Wells Fargo); transcripts (3 Vols.) - also relate to Case 695; and exhibits (13) - comprising lists of freight rates and data on rates charged generated by the C.R.C. Rates Department.
Folder F3725:955.

Case No. 695 RIVERSIDE CO-OP CREAMERY ASSOCIATION VS. WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY. Decided March 13, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence; and transcript (see Case 694).
Folder F3725:956-957.

Case No. 698 JAMES W. FREEMAN, ET. AL., VS. IRWIN HEIGHTS WATER COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:958.

Case No. 699 MRS. ELIZABETH A. BASLER, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY. Decided February 14, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:959.

Case No. 700 A. D. STUCKLER, ET. AL., VS. CITY WATER COMPANY OF OCEAN PARK. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725: 960.

Case No. 701 JOHN G. MCCARTHY, ET. AL., VS. SANTA MONICA WATER COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (4 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:961.

Case No. 703 L. SHELLEY, ET. AL. VS. OCEAN PARK WATER COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:962.

Case No. 705 W. H. FINLEY, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:963.

Case No. 706 J. L. MUSCH, ET. AL., VS. CRESCENT CITY WHARF AND DOCK COMPANY. Decided December 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:964.

Case No. 707 MARY CONNOLLY, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided December 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:965-967.

Case No. 710 POSTAL TELEGRAPH CABLE COMPANY VS. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided September 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
 

Case No. 711 See Case No. 675.

Folder F3725:968.

Case No. 712 B. GHEFFELI AND DOMINIC PEISANO VS. MARIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided August 3, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcripts (2 Vols.).
Folder F3725:969-974.

Case No. 713 EAST BAKERSFIELD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. BAKERSFIELD WATER COMPANY. Decided March 31, 1915.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - comprising in part reports from C.R.C. Rates Department dealing with the rates charged by the company; correspondence; and exhibits (9) - including ordinances, receipts, data on maintenance costs of the company, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Ex. 1 - map of Bakersfield Water Company facilities in the City of Bakersfield. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:975.

Case No. 715 CITY OF KENNETT VS. KENNETT WATER COMPANY. Decided November 9, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:976-981.

Case No. 718 JOHN BELLESHOCK, ET. AL., VS. BEAR GULCH WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda; evidence collected by C.R.C. - an oversized document filed separately; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - including C.R.C. valuation of company's physical property, C.R.C. Rate Department report on rates charged, and C.R.C. Hydraulic Department report which contains a short corporate history of the company and a description of its operations.
Filed separately: evidence collected by C.R.C. - map of company water users listing typical amount of water used. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:982.

Case No. 720 VEY CRAMER VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided March 5, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:983-984.

Case No. 723 MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents and correspondence.
Folder F3725:985.

Case No. 725 MARY BELLE HARDISO VS. THE LOS ANGELES GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION. Decided January 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:986.

Case No. 726 CARL F. ROOK VS. SOUTHERN COUNTIES GAS COMPANY. Decided March 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:987.

Case No. 727 CHARLES E. WARREN AND HERBERT PARK VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided February 3, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:988-994.

Case No. 728 IN THE MATTER OF RAILROADS CHARGING AND COLLECTING ADDITIONAL TRAIN FARES FROM PASSENGERS BOARDING THE TRAIN AT AGENCY STATION WITHOUT TICKETS WHEN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE SAME HAS BEEN GIVEN. Decided May 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 7ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - composed in part of statistical data on rate practices established by other state public utilities commissions; correspondence - comprising in part questionnaires from railroads (arranged alphabetically) dealing with their rate practices in relation to this case, and letters involving I.C.s 5351, 5447; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (5) - embodying statistics on passenger traffic, and data on fares collected under conditions involved in the case.
Folder F3725:995.

Case No. 731 TOWN OF SAUSALITO VS. MARIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:996.

Case No. 733 HUGHSON TELEPHONE COMPANY VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided February 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3724:997.

Case No. 734 CITY OF SONOMA VS. SONOMA CITY WATER WORKS, ET. AL. Decided December 15, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:998.

Case No. 735 H. J. MCCOY, ET. AL., VS. MARIN COUNTY WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided June 14, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:999.

Case No. 737 GEORGE B. MCGILLIVARY VS. THE CORONA GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY. Decided July 31, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1000.

Case No. 738 JULIUS HEGMAN COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided February 27, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1001.

Case No. 742 G. SPECIALE VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided July 31, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1002.

Case No. 743 R. S. HUNT, ET. AL., VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1003.

Case No. 744 ROCKRIDGE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION VS. SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided July 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1004.

Case No. 748 W. F. WHEELER, ET. AL. VS. THE SIERRA AND SAN FRANCISCO POWER COMPANY. Decided December 30, 1922.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Filed separately: 5 C.R.C. exhibits composed of charts of company construction costs.
 

Case No. 750 See Case No. 654.

Folder F3725:1005-1007.

Case No. 754 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE SAN DIEGO ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided May 12, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; memoranda; evidence collected by C.R.C.; and C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation Report.
Folder F3725:1008.

Case No. 755 MERCED RANCH COMPANY VS. CROCKER-HOFFMAN LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Decided May 28, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1009.

Case No. 756 HARVEY M. CARLTON VS. OCEAN PARK WATER COMPANY. Decided June 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1010.

Case No. 758 759 760 ROSSI AND ANDERSON COMPANY VS. SAN FRANCISCO, NAPA, AND CALISTOGA RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL.; Case 759 F. T. MOONEY VS. THE SAN FRANCISCO, NAPA, AND CALISTOGA RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL.; and Case 760 A. GOODMAN AND COMPANY VS. THE SAN FRANCISCO, NAPA, AND CALISTOGA RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided June 14, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1011.

Case No. 762 PHOENIX COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided July 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1012-1018.

Case No. 764 935 A. W. HARWEGE VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; Case 935 MAX ROSENBERG, ET. AL., VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided January 20, 1917.

Physical Description: 7ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda - including statistical data (source unknown) on P. G. & E. gas sales; transcripts (5 Vols.); and exhibits (24) - comprising an inventory of P. G. & E. property in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, a company agreement with the Associated Oil Company, statistical data on the monthly consumption of gas in the San Joaquin Valley and on the cost of laying gas pipes in the valley, a report describing all the gas properties of the company in the San Joaquin Valley - which includes a drawing of a company scow schooner and photographs of industry in Petaluma, a map of Petaluma, and a Valuation of P. G. & E. physical properties in the San Joaquin Valley prepared by the C.R.C. Engineering Department staff.
Folder F3725:1019.

Case No. 765 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPRAISAL OF THE VALUE OF THE GLENDALE AND MONTROSE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 771 See P.U.C. Map Book Index.

 

Case No. 773 See P.U.C. Map Book Index.

Folder F3725:1022.

Case No. 776 777 778 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN MOTION OF THE RATES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF CONSUMERS WATER COMPANY; Case 777 DOMESTIC WATER COMPANY; Case 778 WESTERN WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1023.

Case No. 779 IN THE MATTER OF THE RATE FOR ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLIED BY UNITED LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY TO SAN FRANCISCO, OAKLAND AND SAN JOSE CONSOLIDATED RAILWAY COMPANY AND SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1024.

Case No. 780 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION OF THE ADEQUACY OF THE STATION FACILITIES OF THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY AT SAN DIEGO. Decided March 1, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1025-1028.

Case No 781 TULARE COUNTY POWER COMPANY VS. THE SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY AT SAN DIEGO. Decided March 1, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; and exhibits (3) - comprising flat rate schedules of the Tulare County Power Company for agriculture.
Folder F3725:1029-1034.

Case No 783 DAVID A. CURRY VS. THE YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY, THE YOSEMITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 20, 1915.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including letters involving I.C. 4565 and statistics provided by the Yosemite Valley Railroad Company on the typical patronage; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (4) - comprising schedules of railroad trains entering Yosemite National Park and of automobile regulations in force in the Park in 1915.
Folder F3725:1035.

Case No. 784 CITY OF LONG BEACH VS. THE SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY, SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1036.

Case No. 785 990 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE CITY OF SAN LEANDRO VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY.; Case 990 CITY OF RICHMOND VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided May 28, 1918.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (3 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1037.

Case No. 790 LOTTIE B. SMOOT, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided June 4, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1038-1041.

Case No. 791 SOUTH SANTA ANITA IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, ET. AL., VS. CALIFORNIA-MICHIGAN LAND AND WATER COMPANY. Withdrawn August 19, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda and correspondence - including letters involving I.C. 4136a; and transcript (1 Vol.).
 

Case No. 793 See Case No. 467.

Folder F3725:1042.

Case No. 799 SAN DIEGO CONSOLIDATED BREWING COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided April 7, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1043.

Case No. 801 PAUL A. TARPEY, DOING BUSINESS UNDER THE NAME AND STYLE OF THE NORTH END STAGE LINE VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided June 17, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1044.

Case No. 803 L. H. WRIGHT VS. J. B. VAN NUYS, ANNIS H. VAN NUYS SCHWEPPE, AND KATE VAN PAGE. Decided July 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1045.

Case No. 805 CHARLES S. HARDY VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1046.

Case No. 808 GEORGE E. SMALL, ET. AL., VS. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided July 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1047.

Case No. 814 NEWARK GRAIN COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 26, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1048.

Case No. 815 HESTER LOSKY, ET. AL., VS. SAN DIEGO CONSOLIDATED GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided April 27, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725: 1049-1052.

Case No. 817 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION ON ITS OWN MOTION, OF THE RATES, RULES, REGULATIONS, AND SERVICE OF MURPHY WATER, ICE AND LIGHT COMPANY. Decided November 30, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; evidence collected by C.R.C.; transcript (1 vol.); and exhibits (3) - comprised of data involving the reproduction costs and operating expenses of the company, and statistics on monthly consumption of water.
Folder F3725: 1053.

Case No. 818 CITY OF SAN JOSE VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided November 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725: 1054.

Case No. 820 MAX COHEN AND W. C. HEIN VS. MARIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided August 3, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725: 1055-1063.

Case No. 822 CITY OF LOS BANOS VS. WEST SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY WATER COMPANY. Decided December 22, 1915.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (19) - including a report by the State Board of Health on the unhealthy condition of the Company's water supply, report by C.R.C. Hydraulic Engineer summarizing case and suggesting a decision, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: City Ex. B, Board of Health Ex. 1, and Company Ex. 5 - comprising map of Company water mains in Los Banos, map of water sources of the company, plans for filtration plant, and photographs of headgates, canals, and filtration plant. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725: 1064.

Case No. 824 J. W. RAY VS. THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided September 25, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725: 1065.

Case No. 830 SIMON LEVI COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided September 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725: 1066-1068.

Case No. 831 CALIFORNIA RICE MILLS VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided September 28, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (11) - composed of statistical charts of the rates for shipment of various types of farm produce.
Folder F3725: 1069-1070.

Case No. 832 NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY VS. THE FEATHER RIVER LUMBER COMPANY. Decided November 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and correspondence.
Folder F3725: 1071-1073.

Case No. 833 BEN NELSON, GEORGE H. WALSH AND R. D. SMITH VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND THE ROSEVILLE TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided September 24, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725: 1974-1076.

Case No. 834 GEORGE FINK, ET. AL., VS. SAN JOAQUIN AND KINGS RIVER CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY. Decided December 18, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including a report from C.R.C. Hydraulic Engineer containing data on water intake from the Kings River and the use of company water by consumers; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725: 1077-1079.

Case No. 838 SAN FRANCISCO ARTICHOKE GROWERS ASSOCIATION VS. OCEAN SHORE RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided November 23, 1915.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - including charts of the tonnage of artichokes shipped and lists of claims for overcharges.
Folder F3725: 1080-1090.

Case No. 839 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 8ff. and 3 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents - comprising large legal briefs of more than a hundred pages; and exhibits (28) - including a San Francisco City Attorney's appraisal of company physical property, statistics on P.G. & E. revenues from 1912-1915, data on accidents and damages caused by or to company personnel (1912-1915), data on P.G. & E. rate of return from San Francisco operation, and a C.R.C. Engineer's report on a fair and reasonable rate of return for P.G. & E. in its San Francisco operations.
Folder F3725: 1091.

Case No. 840 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY, CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY, AND SIERRA AND SAN FRANCISCO POWER COMPANY.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (Vol. 7 of 7 Vols.) - transcript also relates to Cases 930, 931, 966, 1109, 1155, 1173, 1203, 1204; and Apps. 3459, 3460, 3380, 3381, 3342, 3358, and 3359.
Folder F3725: 1092-1194.

Case No. 842 App. 2739 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO VS. THE SPRING VALLEY WATER COMPANY; and App. 2739 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SPRING VALLEY WATER COMPANY AND THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO FOR AN ORDER APPROVING A PROPOSED AGREEMENT AMENDATORY OF THE AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO BETWEEN THE SPRING VALLEY WATER COMPANY AND THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO UPON THE 17th DAY OF APRIL, 1922, PROVIDING FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF AN AQUEDUCT TO BE CONSTRUCTED BETWEEN LIVINGSTON, ALAMEDA COUNTY, AND CRYSTAL SPRINGS RESERVOIR, SAN MATEO COUNTY. Decided August 12, 1921.

Physical Description: 5cf. and 40 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; records of investigation into the location of missing company books (composed to two transcripts, and legal documents - marked strictly confidential); memoranda - including C.R.C. Engineer's report on the value of company property, lists of the names of S.V.W.W. shareholders, water rate schedules, a report by the Commission recommending $37,000,000 as the sales value of the water company, and oversized document filed separately; evidence collected by C.R.C. - comprising 20 volumes of testimony from the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of California, Second Division, Equity Case, heard before H. M. Wright, Master in Chancery - Spring Valley Water Company vs. the City and County of San Francisco - July 12, 1915 to October 16, 1917, containing detailed testimony by hydraulic engineers such as C. E. Grunsky and M. M. O' Shaughnessey as well as auditors, accountants, company executives, and residents of local areas (testifying on land values) on every aspect of the company's construction, operation, and current value, the 20 volumes of evidence include conflicting audits, appraisals, and valuation by the Company, San Francisco, and the C.R.C. Engineering Department, as well as diagrams, charts, graphs, photographs, and maps of the system, its construction, and its operation, and oversized documents filed separately; correspondence embodying in part water company statistics on new construction and complaints from San Franciscans about service (company replies to complaints are attached); transcripts (39 Vols.); and exhibits (290) - there are over three cubic feet of exhibits in this case covering in unparalleled detail every aspect of the operation of the Spring Valley Water Company. Briefly this material comprises conflicting financial data presented by the company, San Francisco and the C.R.C. on profits and losses, operating expenses, water sales (1913-1918), bonded indebtedness, taxes, the cost of new construction, and costs of maintenance and operation, copies of articles of incorporation, deeds, lists of riparian rights, conflicting reports on market value of watershed lands; detailed reports by C.R.C. engineers as well as private hydraulic engineers on every aspect of the operation of the water system - including photographs of the construction and use of company reservoirs, canals, buildings, pumping and filtration systems and pipe laying; charts and hydrographs of water received from various watersheds; conflicting appraisals, audits, and valuations of the physical properties, riparian rights and right of ways of the company, an essay describing the city's water system and including a map of the company's pipes under city streets; and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately:
 

Memoranda

Scope and Content Note

Projected aerial view of the San Francisco Bay Area showing the watershed, pipelines and riparian rights of the Spring Valley Water Company.
 

Evidence Collected by C.R.C.

Scope and Content Note

Comprising 7 cash books and an account book (1858-1883), showing credits and debits on alternate sides of the page. Contains bills to famous early San Francisco businesses - including the Pony Express, lists of major customers, shareholders paid dividends, and rents paid for the use of artesian wells. Two statistical volumes (1864-1917) contain data on the number of and types of businesses in San Francisco, a comparison of those figures to figures for Boston; data on population in San Francisco by decade and year--from U.S. Census figures, Board of Health calculations, and the company's own figures; statistics on average daily water consumption; new pipe laid; employee wages; vacations taken by employees; dividends paid; money spent on new construction; monthly collections; and rainfall by month in San Francisco and the company's East Bay watershed. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

Plaintiff's Exs. 9, 10, 11, 37, 96, 110, 147, 150, 182; Defendant's Exs. 2, 50 to 80, 48, 187; C.R.C. Exs. A and 1; Petitioner's Ex. 2; and 8 un-numbered exhibits - including plans of all structures owned by the Spring Valley Water Company; inventories and valuations submitted by the company, the city, and the C.R.C. Engineering Department; photographs of the construction of dams, reservoirs, and the laying of water mains; historic profit and loss statistics; maps of company lands; hydrograph; and graphs of water consumption. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1195.

Case No. 843 THE CITY OF CHULA VISTA VS. SAN DIEGO AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided december 11, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1196.

Case No. 844 ALAMEDA IMPROVEMENT CLUB VS. THE SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided December 15, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1197-1198.

Case No. 845 FEATHER RIVER LUMBER COMPANY VS. NEVADA-CALIFORNIA-OREGON RAILWAY COMPANY. Dismissed May 29, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; and exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 un-numbered exhibit - profile of the Sierra and Mohawk Railway. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1199-1202.

Case No. 849 NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided November 12, 1915, later decision September 28, 1916.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - comprising in part a report on switching charges on the San Francisco Belt Line Railroad Co.; transcripts (2 Vols); and exhibits (6) - composed of Southern Pacific Railroad tariffs for shipments from the San Francisco Bay wharves.
Folder F3725:1203.

Case No. 850 JAMES MILLS'S SACRAMENTO VALLEY, ORCHARD CITRUS FRUIT COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1204.

Case No. 851 J. L. MURPHY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1205-1209.

Case No. 855 STEVENSON WATER USERS ASSOCIATION VS. JAMES J. STEVENSON, A CORPORATION, AND THE EAST SIDE CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY. Decided February 4, 1918.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including letters relating to I.C. 12405; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (7) - comprising in part reports and appraisal of the company by the C.R.C. Engineering Department.
Folder F3725:1210-1219.

Case No. 858 E. N. SPAFFORD, ET. AL., VS. THE FRESNO CANAL AND IRRIGATION COMPANY AND THE KERMAN WATER COMPANY. Decided April 19, 1916.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda - including a C.R.C. Engineer's report on drainage problems of the two water companies; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (12) - composed in part of data on discharge of water into canal and statistics on water supplied to water users, oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Kerman Water Co. Exs. B, C, and 1, and C.R.C. Ex. 1 - embodying maps of lands irrigated by the Kerman Water Company and of its canals and ditches. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1220.

Case No. 863 CITY OF AZUSA VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided April 1, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1221-1222.

Case No. 864 W. M. ESHELMAN VS. THE TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY. Decided April 21, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: map of the city of Tropico showing underground water pipes. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1223.

Case No. 869 CITY OF BURLINGAME VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1224.

Case No. 870 CITY OF PITTSBURG VS. THE BLACK POINT WATER COMPANY. Dismissed June 9, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1225.

Case No. 873 SAMUEL J. MILLER VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Dismissed November 22, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1226.

Case No. 875 PETER A. LOFGREN VS. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided February 14, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1227.

Case No. 876 CALIFORNIA CREAMERIES COMPANY VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided February 8, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1228.

Case No. 878 THE FRESNO ASSOCIATION VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided November 8, 1915.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1229.

Case No. 879 W. H. EARLY COMPANY VS. THE GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1230.

Case No. 881 MONTEBELLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. WHITTIER HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Dismissed February 7, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1231.

Case No. 884 CITY OF ALHAMBRA VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided February 10, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (2) - including a report by the C.R.C. Engineering Department on the historical development of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company's Glendale and Alhambra operations.
Folder F3725:1232.

Case No. 887 CLARA S. HOFF, WIFE OF E. G. HOFF, VS. GEORGE S. MONTGOMERY AND CARRIE JUDD MONTGOMERY, HIS WIFE. Decided April 6, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1233-1237.

Case No. 888 CHARLES D. HAMMOND, ET. AL., VS. THE SANTA BARBARA AND SUBURBAN RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 11, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (10) - comprising ordinances, petitions, statistical data on commuter rates, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complainant's Ex. A and Defendant's Ex. 4 - maps showing proposed extension of Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway line. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1238-1240.

Case No. 890 CITY OF ROSEVILLE VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided February 21, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1241-1245.

Case No. 891 892 911 912 CITY OF LOS ANGELES VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD; Case 892 same title; Case 911 same title; Case 912 same title. Decided January 26, 1917.

Physical Description: 2ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (43) - [relating to all four cases] - comprising in part graphs of the number of passengers riding on the railway, the amount of fares collected, a chart showing population growth in Los Angeles County from 1904 to 1915, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complaintant's Ex. 1 and Intervenor's Ex. 3 - map of the boundaries of the nickel ride on the Pacific Electric Railway and advertisements for housing tracts being built near P.E. Ry. lines. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1246-1248.

Case No. 892 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, ET. AL. VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided January 26, 1917.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: Legal documents; memoranda; transcript (filed with Case No. 891); and exhibits (3) - embodying schedules of fares and deeds.
Folder F3725:1249.

Case No. 893 KNIERS, ALLAN AND PYLE, ET. AL., VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 21, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1250-1251.

Case No. 894 THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF HUNTINGTON BEACH VS. THE WEST COAST GAS COMPANY. Decided October 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1252.

Case No. 897 J.B. CULPEPPER VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 12, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1253.

Case No. 898 MRS. JOHN M. CEREMSKI VS. THE BALDWIN PARK DOMESTIC WATER COMPANY, S.M. WALKER, PROPRIETOR. Withdrawn May 12, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1254.

Case No. 900 GLENVIEW IMPROVEMENT CLUB VS. PEOPLE'S WATER COMPANY. Decided August 13, 1918.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1255-1258.

Case No. 901 EARLIMART PROGRESSIVE CLUB VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided March 17, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence including letters involving I.C. 5714; and exhibits (5) comprising in part a list of people coming to the town of Earlimart from 1911 to 1916 and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 3 unnumbered exhibits - embodying a map of S.P.R.R. right of way through the town of Earlimart and the blueprints for the existing and proposed depot of the town. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1259.

Case. No. 903 THE CITY OF RICHMOND VS. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided March 4, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1260-1261.

Case No. 906 ELIJHA FALK, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF EUREKA, DANIEL HALLERON, G.H. SHULTZ, THOMAS LONGFORD, M. ENGLES AND JOSEPH BREDSTEEN, MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EUREKA, VS. WESTERN STATES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided November 6, 1916.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and transcripts (2 Vols.).
Filed separately: 1 unnumbered exhibit - a map of the transmission system of the Western States Gas and Electric Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1262.

Case No. 908 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE OF THE RATES AND SERVICES OF BELVEDERE WATER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1263-1266.

Case No. 909 App. 2410 CITY OF TURLOCK VS. THE YOSEMITE POWER COMPANY; APP. 2410 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE YOSEMITE POWER COMPANY FOR AN ORDER FIXING JUST AND REASONABLE RATES AND REGULATIONS OF ELECTRIC SERVICE. Decided October 3, 1917.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including exhibit A; memoranda - comprising in part a C.R.C. Engineer's report summarizing the information provided at the hearing and a Gas and Electric Engineer's report summarizing the nature of the case; correspondence; transcripts (4 Vols.); and exhibits (9) - embodying in part a description of the municipal lighting system of Turlock, data on operating expenses, gross profits, and net earnings of the company, as well as statistics on the amount of kilowatt hours delivered to the town of Turlock, the cost of the company for fire insurance, and copies of company franchises.
Folder F3725:1267-1270.

Case No. 910 COUNTY OF CALAVERAS VS. THE SIERRA RAILWAY COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. Decided June 5, 1916.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda; correspondence - including letters involving I.C.s 4522 and 6613; and exhibits (2) comprising a timetable and an oversized document filed separately; and a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation report.
Filed separately: Complainant's Ex. 1 - profile of public highway cross by railroad company tracks. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 911 912 See Case No. 891.

Folder F3725:1271.

Case No. 917 App. 2171 E.J. GUISLER, ET. AL., VS. CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE AND LIGHT COMPANY; APP. 2171 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE AND LIGHT COMPANY FOR A GENERAL DETERMINATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF RATES TO BE CHARGED BY IT. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
See also App. No. 2171.
Folder F3725:1272-1275.

Case No. 918 FILM EXCHANGE BOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided May 22, 1916.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including exhibit A and B; memoranda; correspondence - including Southern Pacific warning against shipping explosives and regulations of several railroads involving the shipment of explosives; correspondence containing letters involving I.C.s 4954 and 6693; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (6) - comprising in part a U.S. Bureau Explosives warning about carrying film on trains and a Southern Pacific Railroad sign warning that it is illegal to carry explosives.
 

Case No. 919 See Case No. 470.

Folder F3725:1276.

Case No. 920 A.H. GREENSHIELDS, ET. AL., VS. THE LOS ANGELES RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided June 9, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1277.

Case No. 921 JOHN L. LENNON, ET. AL., VS. BAYSIDE LUMBER COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1278-1279.

Case No. 923 RICE ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA AND PACIFIC RICE GROWERS ASSOCIATION VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AND THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided June 16, 1916.

Physical Description: 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (2 Vols.) only.
Folder F3725:1280.

Case No. 924 D.L. VANDERVOORT, ET. AL., VS. THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1281-1282.

Case No. 925 WILLIAM INGRAM, ET. AL. VS. THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided April 6, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (6) - including deeds of agreement, timetables, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Defendant's Ex. A - map showing right of way of Northwestern Pacific Railway through the towns of Dos Rios and Woodman.
Folder F3725:1283-1285.

Case No. 930 1263 App. 5567 CITY OF SACRAMENTO VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; CASE 1263 CITY OF OAKLAND VS. THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY; and APP. 5567 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE APPLICANT TO INCREASE ITS RATES AND CHARGES FOR ELECTRICAL ENERGY. Decided March 25, 1924.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (8) - comprising in part a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation of P.G. & E. physical property in Sacramento including reproduction costs.
Folder F3725:1286-1287.

Case No. 931 1204 App. 5585 THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO VS. THE GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY; CASE 1204 THE CITY OF OAKLAND VS. THE GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY; and APP. 5585 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING AN INCREASE OF RATES. Decided January 3, 1923.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents - including Ex. A; and memoranda dealing with the value of company property in Sacramento.
Filed separately: 3 unnumbered exhibits charts of construction costs and the value of company securities. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 933 P.C. KELLEY VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA, AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY, ET. AL. 1ff. F3725:1288. Decided date unknown.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 934 See Case No. 748. (Exhibits apply to both cases.)

 

Case No. 935 See Case No. 764.

Folder F3725:1289-1294.

Case No. 945 FREDERICK CUTTLE, ET. AL., VS. THE HANFORD GAS AND POWER COMPANY. Decided January 11, 1917.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (14) - including gas bills from irate customers, statistics generated by the C.R.C. Rate Department dealing with the rate of earning of the company, statistics on the amount of gas manufactured and sold by the company, a valuation prepared for the company by a private engineer, and a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation (Note: photographs removed from this report and filed separately.)
Filed separately: Photographs of the facilities of the Hanford Gas and Power Company. P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1295-1297.

Case No. 946 THE SIXTEENTH STREET IMPROVEMENT CLUB VS. THE CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, AND THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided August 10, 1916.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including statistical data on traffic use in the area of a proposed railroad crossing; and exhibits (1) - an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 unnumbered exhibit - a tourist map of Sacramento showing the location of lands owned by the S.P.R.R. Co. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 950 See Case No. 500.

Folder F3725:1298-1303.

Case No. 953 THE MODESTO AND EMPIRE TRACTION COMPANY VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - composed of oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Complainant's Ex. 1, Defendant's Exs. 1, 2, and 1 unnumbered exhibit - embodying map of a proposed connection between the two railroads in Modesto, alignment map of the S.P.R.R. line heading through Modesto, a map of S.P.R.R. lines in Central California, and a diagram of S.P.R.R. yard facilities in Modesto. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1304-1309.

Case No. 961 CITY OF SANTA BARBARA VS. SANTA BARBARA GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - valuation of company by Arthur R. Kelley, private valuation engineer (5 Vols.) - containing a history of the company and a description of the services it provided as well as a complete valuation of its physical properties in Santa Barbara.
Folder F3725:1310-1313.

Case No. 965 CHARLES KAPPER VS. THE ETNA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. Decided March 8, 1917.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; memoranda and correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (3) - comprising indentures and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Complainant's Exs. 2-4 - photographs of the Company's irrigation ditch involved in the case. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1314.

Case No. 966 CITY OF PORTERVILLE VS. CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided November 2, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 967 See Case No. 508.

Folder F3725:1315, 1-1 to 13-12.

Case No. 970 971 972 974 980 981 983 THE MUNICIPAL LEAGUE VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY CO., AND SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD CO.; 971 CENTRAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF LOS ANGELES VS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., ET. AL.; 972 THE CITY OF PASADENA VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY CO., SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES; 974 THE CITY OF PASADENA VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD CO., ET. AL.; 980 THE CITY OF SAN GABRIEL VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD CO., ET. AL.; 981 CITY OF SOUTH PASADENA VS. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILROAD, ET. AL.; AND 983 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY AND LOS ANGELES AND SALT LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF AN AGREEMENT FOR JOINT TERMINAL FACILITIES IN LOS ANGELES. (1916-1945).

Physical Description: 1ff. and 300 maps approx.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: lists of exhibits, and exhibits filed separately.
Filed separately: 300 exhibits approx. - maps of existing and proposed railroad lines, yards, and railroad stations, alignments and profiles of downtown Los Angeles streets, maps showing the growth in territory and population in the City of Los Angeles, and property maps - in some cases showing the location and use of structures; plans, blueprints, and artists conceptions of various proposals for the Union Station; plans of proposed viaducts and overpasses; and charts and graphs showing freight and passenger traffic on railroads in the Los Angeles area, congestion on Los Angeles streets, and illustrating the increased registry and use of automobiles in the city. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938, for an additional 3 cf. of records relating to these cases.
Folder F3725:1316-1319.

Case No. 973 App. 2453 A.A. MILLER, PETER FARLEY, T.R. GOTH, AND THE FARMER'S SAFETY COMMITTEE, ET. AL., VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY; AND APP. 2453 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MONTEREY COUNTY FOR AUTHORITY TO ABANDON A CERTAIN PUBLIC HIGHWAY KNOWN AS ALLISON ROAD NEAR WATSONVILLE JUNCTION IN MONTEREY COUNTY. Decided October 24, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and exhibits (3) - oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: S.P.R.R. Ex. 1 and 2 unnumbered exhibits - comprising maps and alignments of the site of the Allison Road crossing with the S.P.R.R. line involved in the case. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1320-1321.

Case No. 977 1021 CITY OF EL PASO DE ROBLES VS. THE MIDLANDS COUNTIES PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION; CASE 1021 CITY OF EL PASO DE ROBLES VS. THE MIDLANDS COUNTIES PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION. Dismissed September 8, 1917.

Physical Description: 2 ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda-comprising a C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation report; correspondence - including statistics on the companies yearly earnings; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1322.

Case No. 984 CITY OF LOS ANGELES VS. THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided December 6, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1323.

Case No. 985 ELVINA S. BEALE, MARY A. CLEVERDON, MRS. M.H. ROOT, AMY K. NORTON AND MRS. C.E. WILSON VS. SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY, RE REDUCTION ASKED FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN'S FARES. Decided November 14, 1916, further decision November 17, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
 

Case No. 990 See Case No. 785.

Folder F3725:1324-1328.

Case No. 997 SWANTON AND SON VS. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided December 21, 1917.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal document; memoranda - including an opinion from the C.R.C. Legal Department on whether Federal price regulation would continue after the First World War; correspondence; transcripts (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - comprising copies of freight tariffs, a statement of tons of meat shipped for the complainant, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 unnumbered exhibit - plans of the construction of a refrigerator car. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1329.

Case No. 998 F. SLADELMANN VS. THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. Decided January 11, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1330.

Case No. 999 F. HAMMOND VS. THE TUJUNGA WATER AND POWER COMPANY. Decided October 23, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1331.

Case No. 1003 BEVERLY HILLS CORPORATION VS. THE BEVERLY HILLS UTILITIES COMPANY. Decided December 11, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1332.

Case No. 1006 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO RATES, RULES, AND PRACTICES OF PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES RELATIVE TO PUBLIC TELEPHONES. Decided November 6, 1916.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1333-1337.

Case No. 1007 J.C. HARTMAN, ET. AL., VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. Decided January 11, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence - including an oversized document filed separately; and exhibits (3) - comprised of oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately:
 

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Plan of A.T.&S.F. Ry. one story combination freight and passenger depot at Merced California. P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

3 unnumbered exhibits - composed of an alignment map of the A.T.&S.F. Ry. line heading through the town of Merced and two plans for a depot to be built in Merced. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 1008 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 1021 See Case No. 977.

Folder F3725:1338-1343.

Case No. 1065 App. 2912 MONTE VISTA VALLEY BOARD OF TRADE, ET. AL., VS. THE WESTERN EMPIRE SUBURBAN FARMS ASSOCIATION; APP. 2912 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE SUBURBAN FARMS ASSOCIATION, FOR AUTHORITY TO ADJUST AND INCREASE ITS WATER RATES. Decided January 21, 1918.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including a C.R.C. Engineer's report on an inspection of the company's water system; correspondence - comprising in part complaints from consumers about water rationing; and exhibits (26) - embodying in part stockholders reports of the water company, balance sheet of profits and expenses of the company, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Complainant's Ex. 7 - report of a special stockholder's meeting on May 27, 1915.
Folder F3725:1344.

Case No. 1071 PARTIAS COFFEE AND TEA COMPANY VS. THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY, THE LOS ANGELES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, GODFREY HOLTERHOFF, F.W. BRAUN, AND W.S. HOOK, JR. Decided November 13, 1917, further decision December 13, 1917.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: memoranda - a C.R.C. service inspector's report summarizing the nature of the case and of the testimony; and a transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1345-1352.

Case No. 1074 J.C. MCINTIRE, ET. AL. VS. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Decided August 21, 1917.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including exhibit D; memoranda and correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (8) - comprising petitions, agreements, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exhibit B, Complainant's Ex. 5, Defendant's Ex. 1, and 1 unnumbered exhibit - embodying maps of existing and proposed telephone lines in the vicinity of Hanford and the Summit Lake area. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 1099 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 1109 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 1135 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 1149 See P.U.C. Map Book.

Folder F3725:1356-1362.

Case No. 1176 1426 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION OF THE ELECTRIC UTILITIES DURING THE EMERGENCY CREATED BY WAR; CASE 1426 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRIC UTILITIES AND THE DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSFER OF ELECTRICITY DURING THE PRESENT EMERGENCY CREATED BY THE POWER SHORTAGE. Decided June 22, 1917, with further decisions on March 18, 1918, May 2, 1918, and June 27, 1921.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report - providing suggestions for improving electric generating services; legal documents; memoranda - including a staff report on the power needs of Central California; correspondence - comprising in part letters from Pacific Gas and Electric Company from the 1940's and 1950's dealing with the ending of a cooperative agreement with the California Oregon Power Company which originated during the First World War power emergency, letters from the C.R.C. sent to power companies dealing with its proposal for a unified control of electric power generation in the state and proposing means of conserving fuel oil, and power company answers to C.R.C. questionnaires dealing with means of increasing power generation; and exhibits (10) - comprising reports by Southern California power companies on power supply conditions in Southern California and on the need for additional water operated power plants, a C.R.C. Engineer's preliminary report on the production and transmission of electricity in Northern and Central California (December 15, 1917) - including statistics on power generation from 1916 to 1918 and a proposal for the interconnection between the transmission lines of various power companies to make for more efficient use of electrical power, data on the average cost of power delivered by P.G. & E., and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: P.G. & E. Exhibits A and 2 - a diagram showing the interconnection of P.G. & E. power lines with those of other power companies in Northern California and a map of present and proposed developments of the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1363-1372.

Case No. 1177 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE, INTO THE SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE AND THE ECONOMIES OF OPERATION OF TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES IN CALIFORNIA DURING THE EMERGENCY CREATED BY THE WAR. Decided February 9, 1918.

Physical Description: 7ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report - incorporating detailed suggestions on how to make train transportation more efficient and summarizing data from questionnaires sent to railroads concerning the number of laborers employed, accidents, the cost of maintenance, line failures, the amount of equipment shopped for repairs, and the total number of passenger train trips made per month from 1915 to 1917; memoranda - including minutes of meetings between C.R.C. staff members and railroad officials dealing with how to improve service, copies of National Railway Commissioners' Bulletins, notes between C.R.C. staff members discussing what the role of the Commission might be since railroads were currently Federally regulated, and letters to and from Federal regulatory agencies discussing the role of the C.R.C. during the wartime emergency; general correspondence - comprising in part letters sent to railroad companies by the C.R.C. discussing the possible use of Mexican or Oriental labor during the wartime labor shortage, letters received by the C.R.C. from Congressmen in some cases expressing the fear that foreign laborers would be potential anarchists, and communications from railroad executives explaining the nature of special wartime shipping problems they were facing; correspondence with water transportation companies - replies to a C.R.C. questionnaire (filed in alphabetic order by name of company) containing information on the condition of equipment, the name of vessels in use, maintenance problems caused by the shortage of labor, tonnage of vessels in use, the cost of construction of floating equipment, passengers carried per month (average), and wages paid to various levels of workmen, and exhibits (9) - embodying in part statistical data on the number of various sorts of workmen employed by railroads, on maintenance cost, gross tons of freight shipped the first year of the war, and on the status of railroad car supplies from January to June, 1917, as well as oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: S.P.R.R. Exs. 12, 13 - charts prepared by the Pacific Car Demurrage Bureau listing demurrage rates in effect on cars held overtime and data on the number of cars detained in California from 1908 to 1916. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 1204 See Case No. 931.

 

Case No. 1225 See P.U.C. Map Book.

Folder F3725:1375-1376.

Case No. 1239 REBECCA M. RUGGLES, ET. AL., VS. O.A. ROBERTSON'S FAIR OAKS WATER SERVICE. Dismissed February 14, 1919.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and correspondence - including letters involving I.C. 12023.
Folder F3725:1377.

Case No. 1240 J.H. STEPHENS VS. O.A. ROBERTSON'S FAIR OAKS WATER SERVICE. Dismissed February 14, 1919.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1378.

Case No. 1241 M.L. MEMMICK VS. O.A. ROBERTSON'S FAIR OAKS WATER SERVICE. Decided February 14, 1919.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; and legal documents.
Folder F3725:1379-1382.

Case No. 1250 H. HANCOCK, C.B. FILLMORE, AND E.F. RANKIN, ET. AL., VS. THE EAST SIDE CANAL COMPANY, ET. AL. Decided June 3, 1919.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (10 Vols.) only.
 

Case No. 1263 See Case No. 930.

 

Case No. 1278 See P.U.C. Map Book.

Folder F3725:1383-1387.

Case No. 1373 REEDLEY TELEPHONE COMPANY VS. THE SANGER TELEPHONE COMPANY AND THE SETCHEL FRUIT COMPANY. Decided February 5, 1920.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; evidence collected by C.R.C. - an oversized document filed separately; correspondence; and exhibits (2) - composed of a map of the Reedley and Sanger Telephone Companies' exchange areas and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately:
 

Evidence Collected by C.R.C.

Scope and Content Note

Map showing the territories served by the Reedley and the Sanger Telephone Companies. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

Setchel Fruit Packing Co. Ex. 1 - hand drawn map showing the location of the Setchel Fruit Company's packing plants and the area in dispute between the two telephone companies. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1388.

Case No. 1374 CITY OF TURLOCK VS. TURLOCK TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANY. Decided December 19, 1919.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and exhibit (1) - C.R.C. Engineer's report summarizing the nature of the case and suggesting a possible decision.
Folder F3725:1389.

Case No. 1380 NAVELENCIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VS. THE REEDLEY TELEPHONE COMPANY. Dismissed May 17, 1920.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; and legal documents.
Folder F3725:1390-1395.

Case No. 1390 AN INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE GAS SERVICE OF THE MIDWAY GAS COMPANY, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY, AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES GAS COMPANY. Decided December 19, 1919, further decision February 9, 1920.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (7 Vols.); and exhibits (23) - including a resolution of the City of Los Angeles; statistics on the annual sales of gas and the maximum send out in winter months; estimates of the gas requirements of Los Angeles County; a report by the C.R.C. Gas and Electrical Engineer on the production, transmission, and distribution of natural gas in Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties; another report by the same C.R.C. engineer on the effects of different gas mixtures on various gas operated appliances; and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: City of Los Angeles Ex. 2 - charts and diagrams prepared by the Board of Public Utilities of Los Angeles providing statistical information on the amount of gas provided by various gas companies in the City of Los Angeles. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Case No. 1426 See Case No. 1176.

 

Case No. 1513 1535 1761 See P.U.C. Map Book.

Folder F3725:1401.

Case No. 1851 IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION ON ITS OWN INITIATIVE INTO THE ELECTRICAL RATES, SERVICE AND OPERATION OF COAST COUNTIES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided October 27, 1923.

Physical Description: 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: Exhibit (1) - Coast Counties Gas and Electric Co. Ex. 2 - a historical valuation of the electrical properties of the Coast Counties Gas and Electric Company (tangible capital only) prepared by a private valuation engineer for the company in 1912.
 

Case No. 1989 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2039 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2041 See P.U.C. Map Book, and see series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2042 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2043 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2044 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2061 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2124 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2171 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2221 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

 

Case No. 2330 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2349 See P.U.C. Map Book.

 

Case No. 2365 See P.U.C. Map Book.

Folder F3725:1403-1418.

Case No. 2747 LOS ANGELES GAS AND ELECTRIC CORPORATION (exact title not known). Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 16 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: Exhibit: Company exs. - historical and reproduction valuation of the gas generating and transmission facilities of the Los Angeles Gas and Electric Company, prepared for the company by a private valuation engineer (8 Vols.). First volume contains a corporate history of the company.
 

Case No. 3020 See series entry 19, INVESTIGATION WORKING PAPERS, 1916-1938.

Folder F3725:1419-1429.

Case No. 3152 CITY OF SAN DIEGO VS. THE SAN DIEGO CONSOLIDATED GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Decided February 4, 1935.

Physical Description: 10 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: exhibits: City of San Diego Exs. 34-50 - historical and reproduction valuations of the company prepared by a private valuation engineer for the City of San Diego (10 Vols.).
Folder F3725:1430-1434.

Case No. 3154 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN MOTION INTO THE OPERATION OF THE VARIOUS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DOING BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. (INVESTIGATION OF ALL ASPECTS OF SHIPPING BY TRUCK-DUE TO THE INSTABILITY IN THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY CAUSED BY THE DEPRESSION AND THE NEED FOR RIGOROUS SUPERVISION OF WILDCATTERS AND A MORE INTELLIGENT DIVISION OF BUSINESS.) Decided October 10, 1932.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: correspondence - including letters from farmers blaming the farm depression on problems in shipping farm goods by truck, annual reports from stockyards containing data on meat production, statistics on the advantages of shipment by rail vs. truck shipments, and letters from members of the public suggesting that prices should be stabilized in trucking; and exhibit (1) - Exhibit 74 of the Los Angeles hearing of March 1 and 2, 1932 - (alphabetically organized by name of trucker) - replies to C.R.C. questionnaire sent to truckers giving total tonnage of goods shipped from 1927 to 1931, ton per mile costs and profits, number of trucks owned by company, statistics on revenues, a description of competition from wildcat haulers, the hours drivers worked, and comments.
Folder F3725:1435-1437.

Case No. 3310 DISTRIBUTORS PACKING COMPANY, ET. AL., VS. THE McCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY, ET. AL. (Double deck sheep rates). Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (16) - including rates for shipment by double deck sheep car, fat sheep rates, and average carload rates.
 

Case No. 3424 See series entry 8, SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1960, S-11 and S-34.

Folder F3725:1438.

Case No. 3990 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION ON THE COMMISSION'S OWN MOTION INTO THE RATES, RULES, REGULATIONS, CHARGES, CLASSIFICATIONS AND SERVICE, OR ANY OF THEM, OF THE KEYSTONE EXPRESS SYSTEM. Decided date unknown.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcripts (6 Vols. of original 9) only.
 

Case No. 4692 MERGER OF WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY (1943). See series entry 11, SPECIAL STUDIES, 1937-1960, S-373.

Folder F3725:1438a.

Case No. 4924 IN THE MATTER OF THE AMMENDMENT AND REVISION OF THE RULES AND PROCEDURE OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided March 1, 1950.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports and legal documents, and exhibits.
 

Case No. 5012 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY (1949). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 5736 TWIN LAKES ENTERPRISES (1956). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 5766 SAN JOAQUIN TELEPHONE COMPANY (1956). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 5928 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY - TO EXTEND SERVICE IN THE VICINITY OF FRESNO (1959). See series entry 7, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 5998 STINSON BEACH WATER COMPANY (1958). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 6087 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY - TO EXTEND SERVICE IN THE VICINITY OF CITRUS HEIGHTS (1959). See series entry 7, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 6287 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY (1959). See series entry 7, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 6334 See series entry 17, WORKING PAPERS, 1958-1959.

 

Case No. 6387 PACIFIC WATER COMPANY (1960). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

 

Case No. 8176 PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY (1965). See series entry 12, REPORTS ON THE OPERATION OF UTILITIES, 1949-1969.

Folder F3725:1439-2694.

6. FORMAL APPLICATIONS. 1912-1928.

Physical Description: 37cf.

Scope and Content Note

Selected applications arranged by application number in ascending order. Documents from application proceedings placed in the following categories in the following order: Commission reports, legal documents, Commissioner's notes, memoranda, evidence collected by the C.R.C., correspondence, transcripts, exhibits, and C.R.C. valuation reports. Arranged in reverse chronological order thereunder, unless otherwise stated below.
A formal application is a request for some right by a utility or by a person or corporation seeking to become a utility, such as an application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity, an application to increase rates, an application to build tracks across the right of way of a road or railroad, or an application to issue bonds or sell stock. Unlike formal complaint cases, there is no complainant or defendant; yet, an applicant may be opposed by a protestant(s) whose interests conflict with those of the applicant's. A third party, called an intervenor, may become involved--either in support or opposition to the applicant.
Each application is described briefly in a paragraph statement in the annual reports of the Railroad Commission, which includes a statement of the nature of the application and its current status at the time the report was printed. The Commission published every few months its opinions and orders in bound volumes. Opinions and orders comprise a description of the decision reached and a discussion of the testimony and evidence which led the Commission to come to its conclusions. For full references to these sources see series entry 5, FORMAL COMPLAINTS, 1908-1932.
A register for formal applications filed between 1912 and 1917 is available in the Selective Archives Record Group (F3566-5). Volume arranged by application number in ascending order. Lists application number, date application was submitted, name of utility making application, brief statement of the nature of the application, date when hearing was scheduled, and the date on which a decision was reached.
Materials arranged in the following categories:
 

Reports

Scope and Content Note

Originals or copies of opinions (statement of Commission's decision), orders (requirement carrying the force of law for a utility company to upgrade services, reduce rates, and/or repay consumers for past overcharges), and dismissals (a brief declaration stating that an application had been withdrawn. Identical to reports published in bound volumes of opinions and orders mentioned above, with the exception that the unpublished reports contain the names or signatures of those Commission members who were responsible for the decision.
 

Legal Documents

Scope and Content Note

Contains certain of the following: applications to change rates, to issue stocks and/or bonds, to purchase a utility, for a certificate of public convenience and necessity, or to construct tracks over the right of way of a road or railroad (note: often exhibits required by the Commission to be included with an application were attached to the application itself and are therefore filed with the legal documents - these can include the following: articles of incorporation, maps of crossings, agreements, deeds, and descriptions of proposed stock and/or bond issuances - such instances are duly noted below). Also contained in this category are objections from the public, municipalities, or other businesses to the proposed application; replies from the applicant to objections; and petitions from the applicant to formally drop the application.
 

Commissioner's Notes

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes summarizing the most important testimony and evidence presented in a particular application proceeding. Probably used in the preparation of opinions, they are suggestive of what testimony and evidence most strongly led the Commission to reach its final decision. These notes exist only for a few applications. They have been preserved only when they are legible and sufficiently detailed to be of significant research value.
 

Memoranda

Scope and Content Note

Copies of correspondence sent between Commission members expressing opinions on the nature of an application, and correspondence and reports from C.R.C. departments explaining the nature and history of a given application, providing technical information, and offering suggestions as to the decision the Commissioners should reach. Reports emamate most frequently from the Engineering Department (dealing usually with the condition of equipment, quality of service provided, and safety factors), the Rates Department (involving the operating expenses of a utility and the legitimacy of rates charged or proposed rates), the Auditor's Department (auditing company books), and the Stocks and Bonds Department (reporting on the financial state of a utility and the advisability of allowing further stock and/or bond sales).
 

Evidence Collected by C.R.C.

Scope and Content Note

Statistical data and narrative reports from C.R.C. departments, and data requested from the applicant(s), protestant(s), and other utilities involved in similar operations to those of the applicant(s). Includes data on the income and expenses of various utilities, confidential lists of stockholders, and narrative descriptions of services provided. Similar to the type of information available in the exhibits, with the exception that this evidence was not assigned exhibit numbers and was not made public. It was for the confidential use of the Commission in reaching its decision.
 

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains certain of the following: requests from persons or organizations not directly involved in an application proceeding asking for information on the application, or clarification about the nature of the Commission's decision (often letters received many years after a decision was handed down; copies of C.R.C. Secretary's replies; letters from applicant(s) and/or protestant(s) requesting clarification of the legal nature of the formal application proceedings; copies of replies by the Commission Secretary or Commission members; letters from the public either opposing or supporting an application and often expressing complaints about utility services and rates; petitions either favorable or unfavorable to the application; copies of Commission requests for technical information from the applicant(s), protestant(s), and/or utilities involved in similar operations to those of the applicant(s); and replies providing the information requested.
 

Transcripts

Scope and Content Note

Includes testimony of witnesses and councils' statements. Comprises testimony by applicant(s) as to the justification for a change in tariff rates, the necessity of stocks and/or bond issuances, or the need for the construction of a crossing; of protestant(s) expressing reasons for opposing the application; and of technical experts (such as engineers and auditors) about the nature and cost of services provided, the financial condition of the utility, and the safety of proposed crossing(s).
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

Documents numbered by C.R.C., presented by applicant(s), protestant(s), intervenor(s), and the Commission in support of their various positions. In rate applications usually comprises statistical data including charts of existing and proposed rates, distances between which goods are transported, the rates of similar utilities providing similar services, and income and expenses of utilities, the cost of construction and maintenance, valuations, deeds, agreements, contracts, and local ordinances dealing with utilities. Application to purchase utilities and/or to issue stocks and/or bonds frequently include valuations, data on projected income and expenses, mortgages (existing and proposed), lists of stockholders, data on proposed financing of purchase or of issuance of stocks and/or bonds, deeds, agreements, contracts, and local ordinances. Applications for crossing(s) usually contain maps, profiles, and diagrams of proposed crossing(s) and diagrams or plans of proposed signalling devices. All applications may contain maps and profiles of railroad lines, water canals, transmission lines, telephone lines, and oil and gas pipelines; drawings of equipment; and blueprints of dams, buildings (such as railroad stations), and bridges; as well as photographs of the construction of transmission poles and the construction and operation of dams and railroad lines. (Note: oversized maps, drawings, diagrams, charts, and blueprints, as well as photographs have been filed separately. For locations and for more complete descriptions of these items see P.U.C. Map Book.)
Between 1917 and 1920, the exhibit room staff of the C.R.C. composed lists of the exhibits in each application proceeding (including a brief description of each exhibit and its date of submission). Where these lists still exist they have been filed in the first folder of exhibits in a particular application to act as a table of contents. The exhibits are arranged in the order they appear in the exhibit list. (Note: not all exhibits listed still exist.)
 

C.R.C. Engineer's Valuation

Scope and Content Note

Report on the value of all the physical property of a utility, prepared by the Engineering Department. These reports usually include a map of the utility system, a description of the means by which values were set, a brief corporate history, a summary of the findings, and an extremely detailed valuation of all the physical property of a utility (including in the case of railroads the cost of railroad ties and spikes). These reports were the results not only of an investigation of company books, but also of on site investigations involving, in the case of railroads, traveling along every inch of the line noting all physical property. Valuations were extremely important in applications involving tariff rate changes and the sale of utilities. The Commission's ability to reach an equitable decision was based on its ability to precisely judge the financial condition of the utility it was dealing with.
In certain application proceedings C.R.C. valuations were numbered as exhibits and are therefore located with the exhibits, rather than filed separately. Such cases are duly noted below.
For further C.R.C. valuations see series entry 13, P.U.C. VALUATIONS, 1910-1926. Also see series entry 14, VALUATIONS FILED BY UTILITIES, 1930-1931.
Note: transcripts and, less frequently, exhibits can relate to more than one application. When this occurs the material is filed with the application it was originally filed with by the Commission. Other applications, or cases to which the material relates are listed immediately after the title of the application with which the material is filed. Such instances are cross-indexed.
Folder F3725:1439-1442.

App. No. 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY FOR CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY AND PERMISSION TO EXERCISE FRANCHISE RIGHT TO BE SECURED FROM THE CITY OF LINDSAY AND TO ISSUE BONDS HAVING THE FACE VALUE OF $40,000. Decided May 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda - including a C.R.C. Engineer's report on the value of the company's physical property; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (8) - comprising a copy of the company's articles of incorporation, franchises, specifications for proposed gas plant, trust deeds, and blueprints of proposed steel gas tank scrubber, and details of proposed building.
Folder F3725:1443-1447.

App. No. 2Case No. 407 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO ESTABLISH REVISED SYSTEM OF TOLL RATES THROUGH CALIFORNIA; and CASE 407 IN THE MATTER OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE RATES, CHARGES, RULES AND REGULATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE INTERCHANGE OF TELEPHONE SERVICE OF THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY WITHIN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided March 23, 1912, with further decisions on April 24, 1912, November 14, 1912, December 20, 1913, January 7, 1914 and March 2, 1914.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda and correspondence; correspondence involving informal complaints - including I.C.s 354, 502, 545, 668, 737, 775, 1911, 1631, and 2304; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - embodying data on gross total revenues of the company from 1911 to 1913, chart of particular party telephone traffic within various arbitrary distances, and a C.R.C. Rate Department counter-proposal to the company's proposed rate schedule.
Folder F3725:1448.

App. No. 4 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE RIVERSIDE-REDLANDS INTERURBAN RAILWAY COMPANY FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY. Dismissed April 12, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:1449-1457.

App. No. 5 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE HAWTHORNE ELECTRIC AND WATER COMPANY FOR THE ESTABLISHING OF RATES. Decided December 6, 1912.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including C.R.C. Engineer's valuations and photographs filed separately; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (12) - comprising in part a valuation submitted by the company, a geological report on subterranean water in the area of Hawthorne, maps of new housing developments, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately:
Memoranda - photographs of Hawthorne Water Co. facilities and equipment. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Exhibits

Scope and Content Note

Defendant's Exs. 3-4, and Petitioner's Ex. 4 - embodying ordinances dealing with water rates and maps of the location of water users in and around the town of Hawthorne. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1458-1459.

App. No. 8 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF MILLER AND LUX INCORPORATED FOR PERMISSION TO CROSS A PUBLIC STREET IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, TO-WIT: KENTUCKY STREET, WITH A SPUR TRACK AT GRADE AND TO CROSS THE TRACK OF A STREET RAILROAD CORPORATION ON SAID KENTUCKY STREET, TO-WIT: THE UNITED RAILROADS COMPANY, WITH A SPUR TRACK AT GRADE. Decided April 26, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (3) - comprising copy of articles of incorporation, statement of probable cost of construction, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 unnumbered exhibit - a map of Butchertown in San Francisco, showing the proposed railroad spur. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1460.

App. No. 14 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY AND HOME GAS COMPANY OF PORTERVILLE FOR FIRST: ORDER AUTHORIZING CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY TO PURCHASE HOME GAS COMPANY OF PORTERVILLE; SECOND: ORDER AUTHORIZING HOME GAS COMPANY TO SELL; THIRD: ORDER AUTHORIZING CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY TO ISSUE PREFERRED STOCK AND BONDS. Decided May 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including a C.R.C. staff summary of the proceedings; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (4) - comprising in part copies of articles of incorporations, appraisals, and reports on the financial condition of both companies.
Folder F3725:1461.

App. No. 15 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY FOR CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY IN THE MATTER OF GAS TO BE SUPPLIED IN THE CITY OF EXETER AND IN THE COUNTY OF TULARE; ALSO FOR AN ORDER PERMITTING THE EXERCISE OF FRANCHISE RIGHTS TO BE SECURED FROM THE CITY OF EXETER AND THE COUNTY OF TULARE; ALSO FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF THE FACE VALUE OF $75,000. Decided May 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: memoranda; transcript (see transcript of App. No. 14); and exhibits (5) - including copies of articles of incorporation and agreements.
Folder F3725:1462-1467.

App. No. 16 25 28 121 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF THE METROPOLITAN WAREHOUSE COMPANY AND VARIOUS OTHER WAREHOUSE COMPANIES TO INCREASE THEIR RATES FOR STORING AND HANDLING COMMODITIES. Decided June 6, 1912, further decision December 12, 1912.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; and exhibits (51) - comprising in part warehouse tariffs, statements of earnings and expenses of warehouses, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Petitioner's Ex. 1 - tables of commodity prices, storage, and labor costs at various warehouses in California. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1468-1471.

App. No. 27 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE HALF MOON BAY LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY FOR PERMISSION OR CERTIFICATE TO OPERATE AND FRANCHISE AS OF APRIL 1, 1912. Decided August 7, 1912.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (8) - including copies of articles of incorporation, agreements, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Applicant's Ex. A - map of San Francisco and San Mateo Counties, showing company transmission system. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1472-1486.

App. No. 32 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE MILL VALLEY AND MT. TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING IT TO ISSUE 1,500 SHARES OF CAPITOL STOCK. Decided August 23, 1912.

Physical Description: 5ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including a statement by the company on its financial condition; memoranda - containing a C.R.C. Auditor's report; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (14) - comprising agreements and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 9 unnumbered exhibits - embodying maps of Mill Valley showing the location of the company's terminal and yard facilities, and plans of proposed round house, car shed, paint shop, incline railway foundation, and misc. other structures. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1487-1488.

App. No. 33 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT ITS TRACK AT GRADE ACROSS TWELVE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS ON ITS MARYSVILLE-COLUSA BRANCH. Decided May 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (3) - including diagrams of proposed crossings, and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Applicant's Ex. A - map of the Northern Electric Railway Company's Marysville and Colusa Branch. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1489.

App. No. 34 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF ITS BONDS SECURED BY TRUST INDENTURE TO THE AMOUNT OF $4,117,000, AND THE EXCHANGE OF SAID BONDS FOR BONDS ISSUED ON OUTSTANDING, SECURED BY UNDERLYING MORTGAGES UPON THE PROPERTIES OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY. Decided May 24, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (3) - comprising copy of articles of incorporation and agreements.
Folder F3725:1490-1494

App. No. 35 Case 269 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY FOR CERTIFICATES OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY AND AUTHORIZATIONS TO EXERCISE RIGHTS OR PRIVILEGES UNDER FRANCHISES OR PERMITS HERETOFORE GRANTED OR HEARAFTER TO BE ACQUIRED IN THE COUNTIES OF SONOMA, SOLANO, NAPA AND MARIN AND THE CITIES OF SANTA ROSA, PETALUMA, SEBASTOPOL, NAPA, VALLEJO, AND OTHER CITIES, UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 50-a, 50-b, AND 50-c OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT; CASE NO. 269 PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. GREAT WESTERN POWER COMPANY. Decided June 18, 1912.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; correspondence; and exhibits (46) - including articles of incorporation and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately; Exhibits B, C, D - photographs of Great Western Power Company power lines along the Oak Knoll Road, and maps (9) showing the existing and proposed power transmission lines of the Great Western Power Co. and Pacific Gas and Electric Company in Northern California and in the towns of Napa, Santa Rosa, Rio Vista, Vallejo, Petaluma, Fairfield, Suisun City, and Sebastopol. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1495-1501.

App. No. 37 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SACRAMENTO AND WOODLAND RAILROAD COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT ITS TRACK AT GRADE, OVER THE TRACK OPERATED BY THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AT MEKON, YOLO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Dismissed May 18, 1914.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including layout and plans of interlocker at Mekon attached to application; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.) and exhibits (7) - comprising data on the performance of the interlocker at Mekon, California and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 3 unnumbered exhibits - embodying photographs of the construction of an embankment and plans and diagrams of signals, locking sheet and dog chart at Mekon, California. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1502-1509.

App. No. 39 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE FRUIT GROWERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA UNDER SECTION 34 OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT. (INVESTIGATION INTO THE REASONABLENESS OF RATES OF COMMON CARRIERS.) Decided July 11, 1916.

Physical Description: 7ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's notes; memoranda; evidence collected by C.R.C. - composed of an oversized document filed separately; transcript (2 Vols.); and exhibits (38) - comprising chart of distances from various rural towns to the major cities of the State, proceedings of Fruit Growers convention calling for a C.R.C. investigation of freight rates and for the reduction of minimum agricultural carloads to 24,000 pounds among other shifts in tariff practices, copy of complaint by Fruit Growers to the Interstate Commerce Commission, and petitions.
Filed separately: Evidence collected by C.R.C. - sketches showing the ice tank of a refrigerator car. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1510-1511.

App. No. 41 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE QUINCY AND WESTERN RAILWAY TO INCREASE PASSENGER RATES. Decided June 26, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: reports; legal documents - including lists of present and proposed rates; memoranda - comprising in part a C.R.C. Auditor's report on the railroad's financing and a description of its organization (marked confidential).
Folder F3725:1512.

App. No. 45 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, GLOBE EXPRESS COMPANY, AND WELLS FARGO AND COMPANY EXPRESS, BY THEIR AGENT, F. G. AURIZ, FOR PERMISSION TO AMEND THE CLASSIFICATION OF FRUIT, GREEN, IN GAUZE, OR CLOTH COVERED BASKETS. Decided May 27, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including copy of tariff classification.
Folder F3725:1513-1516.

App. No. 46 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE INDIAN VALLEY ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY, IN AN ORDER AUTHORIZING ISSUE OF STOCKS, AND DISCHARGING AND REFUNDING OF OBLIGATIONS, ETC. Decided August 23, 1912, further decision September 21, 1912.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (4) - comprising in part 8 photographs filed separately.
Filed separately: photographs of conditions at company construction site in Indian Valley along the Feather River Canyon. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1517-1518.

App. No. 50 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR A CERTIFICATE THAT THE PRESENT AND FUTURE PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY REQUIRES THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRIC RAILROAD IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY BETWEEN THE CITY OF RED BLUFF, IN THE COUNTY OF TEHAMA, AND THE TOWN OF DIXON, IN THE COUNTY OF SOLANO. Decided August 8, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents - including exhibits; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (5) - attached to application - comprising description of proposed route, explanation of financing, and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. F - topographic map of the Sacramento Valley showing the proposed route of the railroad. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1519-1521.

App. No. 51 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE STOCKTON TERMINAL AND EASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING AN ISSUE OF BONDS OF THE FACE VALUE OF $65,000. Decided May 30, 1912, further decisions October 7, 1912, and November 5, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; and exhibits (9) - comprising in part promissory notes of the railroad.
Folder F3725:1522.

App. No. 54 58 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE STOCK OF HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF PASADENA; APP. 58 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR AUTHORIZATION TO SELL OR LEASE ITS TELEPHONE EXCHANGE AT PASADENA, CALIFORNIA TO THE HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF PASADENA. Decided July 13, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1523-1525.

App. No. 56 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT ITS TRACK AT GRADE OVER (5) STREETS IN CHICO. Decided May 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 2ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; memoranda; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (5) - embodying agreements, deeds, local ordinances, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Exhibit A - profile and alignment, one mile each side of crossing.
Folder F3725:1526-1530.

App. No. 57 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SAN JOSE TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY FOR AUTHORITY TO ISSUE BONDS. Decided October 9, 1912.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and exhibits (20) - including copies of articles of incorporation, deeds, pamphlet prepared by the American Engineering Corporation describing the operation of the San Jose Terminal Railway (1911), right of way agreements, franchises, estimates by the company of the cost of new equipment and of yearly income, a valuation of station grounds by the C.R.C. Engineering Department, and an oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Applicant's Ex. 4 - map of the right of way of the San Jose Terminal Railway Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

App. No. 58 See App. No. 54.

Folder F3725:1531-1540.

App. No. 59 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SACRAMENTO AND WOODLAND RAILROAD COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT ITS TRACKS AT GRADE OVER THE TRACKS OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, IN THE CITY OF WOODLAND, YOLO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Decided July 6, 1912, further decision November 10, 1912.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - including exhibit A; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (7) - composed of oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 7 unnumbered exhibits - comprising plans and diagrams of signalling devices, electric interlockers, and dog charts. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1541-1544.

App. No. 62 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA POWER COMPANY CONSOLIDATED, FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING AN INCREASE IN RATES FOR ELECTRIC POWER IN THE UNINCORPORATED TOWNS OF ANDREW AND COLLINGWOOD, SHASTA COUNTY, AND IN THE INCORPORATED TERRITORY SURROUNDING THE INCORPORATED TOWNS OF KENNETT, REDDING, RED BLUFF, AND CORNING. Decided July 13, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - exhibits A-C; memoranda; correspondence; transcripts (2 Vols.); and exhibits (3) - schedule of existing electric rates; a chart of electric rates charged by the district; and documents filed separately.
Filed separately: charts prepared by the Commission on the cost of company power. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1545-1551.

App. No. 64 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF ORO ELECTRIC CORPORATION FOR CERTIFICATES OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION LINES IN THE COUNTIES OF PLUMAS, BUTTE, AND SUTTER. Decided July 3, 1912, further decision October 8, 1912.

Physical Description: 6ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - comprising in part a report by the Rates Department analyzing the rates charged by the company and graphs of expending gas and electric services provided by the company; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (10) - including copy of articles of incorporation, agreements and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. 1, Western States Gas and Electric Company Ex. 1, and Ex. A, on re-hearing - maps of the Oro Electric Company and Western States Gas and Electric Company power systems and of Stockton showing structures served by the Western States Gas and Electric Company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1552-1556.

App. No. 65 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY - MARYSVILLE AND COLUSA BRANCH: FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF BONDS. Decided July 13, 1912.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (28) - embodying in part deeds and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. 1 - plan of a right of way fence of the Northern Electric Railway intended to keep farm animals off the track. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1557-1560.

App. No. 69 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY, FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT A LINE TO TRANSMIT AND DISTRIBUTE ELECTRICITY FROM BEAR RIVER IN PLACER COUNTY, THROUGH THE COUNTIES OF PLACER, SUTTER, NEVADA, YOLO, AND SOLANO, TO A POINT OPPOSITE CROCKETT IN THE COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided July 3, 1912.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (5) - including agreements and oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: 1 unnumbered exhibit - map of Northern and Central California showing P.G. & E. proposed electric transmission line. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1561.

App. No. 72 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NORTHERN WAREHOUSE COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE INCREASE OF STORAGE AND LOADING CHARGES. Decided May 28, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's Notes; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - receipts for goods stored.
Folder F3725:1562.

App. No. 74 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE LOMPOC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING IT TO SELL ITS ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT AND SYSTEM AT LOMPOC. Decided August 7, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1563-1569.

App. No. 75 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SACRAMENTO VALLEY ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR AN ORDER MODIFYING THE ORDER OF THE COMMISSION OF DATE AUGUST 13, 1912, WHEREIN THE SAID COMPANY WAS GRANTED PERMISSION TO SELL AND ISSUE 30,000 SHARES OF PREFERRED STOCK AND 7,500 SHARES OF STOCK. Decided August 13, 1912, further decisions September 27, 1912 and December 30, 1913.

Physical Description: 4ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (13) - comprising in part diagrams of standard roadbed sections, portals of pipe culverts, and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: 2 unnumbered exhibits - plans of trestle and hogproof fence. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1570-1572.

App. No. 81 104Case No. 268 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR EXTENSION OF ITS TRANSMISSION LINES IN THE COUNTIES OF TULARE, KERN, AND KINGS, ETC.; APP. 104 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF TULARE COUNTY POWER COMPANY FOR CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY IN THE COUNTY OF TULARE AND CITIES OF LINDSAY, EXETER, AND TULARE; and CASE 268 MT. WHITNEY POWER AND ELECTRIC COMPANY VS. THE TULARE COUNTY POWER COMPANY AND THE SAN JOAQUIN LIGHT AND AND POWER COMPANY. Decided July 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (2) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. G and 1 unnumbered ex. - maps of Central California showing the territory served by the San Joaquin Light and Power Corporation and the company's transmission lines. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1573-1576.

App. No. 82 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE OCEAN SHORE RAILROAD FOR AUTHORITY TO ISSUE FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS ON FACE VALUE OF $700,000. Decided April 1, 1913.

Physical Description: 3ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; Commissioner's notes; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (16) - embodying data on the financial condition of the railroad and oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exs. J-O - maps of proposed crossings to be built by the Ocean Shore Railroad in San Francisco and Santa Cruz. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1577.

App. No. 83 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SNOW MOUNTAIN WATER AND POWER COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CHARGE RATES DIFFERENT FROM THE RATES SPECIFIED IN SCHEDULE FILED WITH SAID RAILROAD COMMISSION. Decided October 18, 1912.

Physical Description: 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1578-1580.

App. No. 84 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT ITS RAILROAD AT GRADE OVER THE RAILROAD OPERATED BY THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY AT AND NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF M AND FRONT STREET, CITY OF SACRAMENTO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided June 17, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents - Ex. A; and exhibits (4) - comprising in part oversized documents filed separately.
Filed separately: Exs. B and D - profiles and alignments of proposed crossing. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Folder F3725:1581.

App. No. 85 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE LINDSAY HOME TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO RAISE ITS EXISTING SUBURBAN RATE OF $18.00 PER ANNUM to $30.00 PER ANNUM. Decided July 13, 1913.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibit (1) - schedule of rates.
Folder F3725:1582.

App. No. 86 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF BAKERSFIELD WATER COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO ISSUE BONDS OF THE PAR VALUE OF $50,000 AND EXECUTE A FIRST MORTGAGE TO SECURE THE SAME. Decided June 20, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff. and 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; transcript (1 Vol.); and exhibits (2) - comprising data on the financial condition of the company.
Folder F3725:1583.

App. No. 87 88 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA UTILITY COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING ISSUANCE OF BONDS; APP. 88 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE LAKE HEMET WATER COMPANY, ET. AL. FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING SALE OF PROPERTY AND FRANCHISES AND CAPITAL STOCK UNDER SECTION 51-A AND 51-B OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT. Decided November 13, 1912.

Physical Description: 1 Vol.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1584.

App. No. 89 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE RAYMOND TELEPHONE COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO RAISE TELEPHONE RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICES ON THE LINES OF SAID COMPANY BETWEEN RAYMOND AND THE PINES VIA COARSE GOLD AND FRESNO FLATS, IN MADERA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Decided December 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; and correspondence.
Folder F3725:1585.

App. No. 97 IN THE MATTER OF THE JOINT APPLICATION OF NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY, AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA TRACTION COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT THEIR JOINT TRACK AT GRADE ON X STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH STREET AND THIRTY-FIRST STREET, CITY OF SACRAMENTO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided June 12, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents - including exhibits attached to application (4) composed of explanations of the proposed construction of a crossing.
Folder F3725:1586.

App. No. 100 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR THE APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH THE BROWN NEWS COMPANY. Denied June 17, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents - including exhibit - copy of proposed contract.
Folder F3725:1587-1588.

App. No. 104 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE TULARE COUNTY POWER COMPANY FOR CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY IN THE COUNTY OF TULARE AND THE CITIES OF LINDSAY, EXETER AND TULARE, ETC. Decided July 11, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; transcript (see App. 81); and Exhibit (1) - oversized document filed separately.
Filed separately: Ex. G map of Tulare County showing the company's transmission lines. See P.U.C. Map Book.
Also see Application No. 81.
Folder F3725:1589.

App. No. 109 129 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PEOPLE'S WATER COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING ISSUE OF NOTE AND ISSUE AND PLEDGE OF BONDS AS COLLATERAL SECURITY THEREFOR; APP. 129 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PEOPLE'S WATER COMPANY FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF NOTES AND ISSUE AND PLEDGE OF BONDS AS COLLATERAL SECURITY THEREFOR. Decided July 20, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1590.

App. No. 110 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY OF COVINA FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SELLING OF 369 SHARES OF COMMON STOCK AS PER SECTION 52-B OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided September 17, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: transcript (1 Vol.) only.
Folder F3725:1591.

App. No. 111 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF POMONA VALLEY TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH UNION FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTION THAT SUITABLE CONNECTIONS BE MADE BETWEEN THE TELEPHONE LINES OF THE SAID POMONA VALLEY TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH UNION AND THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRANSFERRING TOLL MESSAGES AND THAT TOLL SERVICE BE GIVEN ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH A CERTAIN PROPOSED AGREEMENT PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF THE GOOD WILL AND BUSINESS OF THE PACIFIC COMPANY TO THE POMONA COMPANY. Decided July 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1592.

App. No. 112 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY TO CANCEL ITEMS 11 AND 12, PAGE 3, TARIFF 291(c) C.R.C. 33, NAMING RATES ON VARIOUS COMMODITIES BETWEEN BENICIA MAIL DOCK AND SACRAMENTO. Decided September 14, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: legal documents; correspondence; and transcript (1 Vol.).
Folder F3725:1593-1619.

App. No. 118 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF JAMES H. MURRAY AND ED FLETCHER FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING AND PERMITTING AN INCREASE IN THE RENTALS, TOLLS, AND CHARGES FOR WATER FURNISHED BY THEM AND SERVICE RENDERED BY THEM IN FURNISHING WATER IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Decided July 1, 1913, further decision June 26, 1915.

Physical Description: 14ff. and 2 Vols.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; memoranda - including a C.R.C. Hydraulic Engineer's report on the operations of the company; evidence collected by C.R.C. - reports from company on its corporate history, rates and regulations, chart of meter rates of several Northern California cities, and oversized documents filed separately; correspondence - comprising in part publications sent by the company to its users explaining the company's financial problems, letters from company officials explaining the financial difficulties caused by the San Diego drought, and letters from the public supporting an increase in rates; transcripts (3 Vols.); and exhibits (38) - embodying in part indentures, contracts, agreements, and documents filed separately.
Filed separately:
 

Evidence Collected by C.R.C.

Scope and Content Note

7 items, charts of seasonal rainfall in San Diego County (illustrating the existence of a drought), and four photographs of the watershed of the main reservoir of the company. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

Exhibits:

Scope and Content Note

Applicant's Exs. 7, 10, and 13, Protestant's Ex. 6, and 4 unnumbered exhibits - embodying 41 photographs of the physical property of the company; charts and diagrams of water received from watersheds; maps of company reservoirs, pipelines, and flumes; maps of lands owned by company, or irrigated by company water; and plans for trestles for flumes and of conduits. See P.U.C. Map Book.
 

App. No. 122 See App. No. 16.

Folder F3725:1620.

App. No. 123 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY FOR PERMISSION TO RAISE THEIR RENTAL CHARGE ON FARMERS' LINES FROM 25¢ PER MONTH TO 50¢ PER MONTH. Decided December 30, 1912.

Physical Description: 1ff.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: report; legal documents; and correspondence.