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The following rates of commission and brokerage, being just and reasonable, are hereby established as the minimum charges which shall be made for the transaction of the business hereinafter specified, by members of this Association:
l or receiving, selling and accounting for the following kinds of property—
For the sale of property on consignment:
Wheat, rye and barley, by car-load lots, in store, free on board cars or vessels, on track, delivered or to be shipped from any
other point per bu. $0 01
Corn, by car-load lots, in store "00%
For selling corn, otherwise than in store "00%
Oats, by car-load lots "00%
For selling canal-boat loads of grain in store, or afloat, or free on
board vessels "00%
Flaxseed, in bulk 1 percent.
Flaxseed, in bags 1%"
Clover seed, in car-load lots 1''
Clover seed, in less than car-load lots 1%"
Timothy seed 1%"
All other seeds, in bulk 1%"
Dressed hogs, in car-load lots 1%"
Dressed hogs, in less than car-load lots 1%@2%"
Bran, shorts and millstuffs $3 50 per car.
Corn-meal 5 00"
For the purchase and shipment of property:
Rye and barley, to be shipped by vessel cargo per bu. $0 00%
Other grain, to be shipped by vessel cargo "00%
All grain, to be shipped by rail "00%
Lard, mess pork and other meats % of 1 percent.
For the purchase and sale of property in the Chicago market:
Grain of all kinds, in lots of 1,000 and 5,000 bushels per bu. $0 00 J
Lard, in lots of 50 and 250 tierces per tee. 05
Mess pork, in lots of 50 and 250 barrels per brl. 05'
Other meats, in lots of 25,000 and 50,000 pounds per M lbs. 25
In cases where the transaction is made for members of the Board one-half the last-named schedule may be charged.
Brokerage charges under limitations:
On all kinds of grain per M bu.$0 12%
On lard per tee. 00%
On mess pork per brl. 00%
On other meats. per M lbs. 02h£ CHICAGO ELEVATOR WAREHOUSES.
The following icarchouses have been declared Begular Warehouses for the storage of
On all grain and flaxseed received in bulk and Inspected In good condition, three-quarters (%.) of one (1) cent per bushel for the first ten (10) days or part thereof, and one-fourth iv^) of one (I) cent per bushel for each additional ten (10; days or part thereof, so loujr as it remains in good condition.
On grain damp or liable to early damage as indicated by Its inspection when received, two (2) cents per bushel for the first ten (10) days or part t hereof, and one-hall' (HJ of one (1> cent per bushel for each additional five (5) days or part thereof.
No grain will be received In store until it has been inspected and graded by authorized Inspectors, unless by special agreement.
Xumber of cars inspected in, by montlis, during the year 1896.
Statement of grain received by lake and canal and inspected.