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]