The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 11883
|Thursday, the 6th of
October, A.D. 1910
|Re application of F. J. Balch, General Freight Agent Ottawa and New York Ry., for permission to reduce the company's interswltchlng charge from 2¢ to 1¢ per 100 lbs. on 17 carloads of cement used in April last in the construction of a canal wall at Cornwall, said shipments having originated at Hull, Que., and moved over the C.P.R. and G.T.R. to a connection of the G.T.R. with the applicant company's railway at Cornwall Jct., Ont., and from there switched by the applicant company.|
It is ordered that the terms of order 4988, July 8, 1908, prescribing an lnterswltchlng toll of 1¢ per 100 lbs., and not more than $3 as a minimum and $8 as a maximum per carload, were applicable to the traffic in question at the time it was moved, and that the amount charged by the applicant company in excess thereof was unlawful.
[Railway Commissioners' traffic orders, Railway and Marine Worlds, no. 153 (Nov. 1911), pg. 917, col. 3]