The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 12275
|Friday, the 29th of
April, A.D. 1910
|Re application of Mount Royal Milling & Manufacturing Co., of Montréal, complaining (a) that the G.T.R. and C.P.R. unjustly discriminate against rice manufactured in the province of Québec by giving preferential rates to cleaned rice from Great Britain, arriving at Montréal by ocean steamships, and reshipped from Montréal wharf in competition with product of complainants mills to the same Canadian destinations; (b) that the rates on cleaned rice from Montréal are unreasonably high in comparison with the rates from Boston to the said destinations in Canada, through Montréal:|
It is ordered that rice, not otherwise specified, m packages, in less than carloads, be included in the first supplement to the Canadian Classification no. 15 at fourth class, instead of at third class, as at present classified, on the understanding that the said supplement be submitted for the approval of the Board within two weeks following the issuing of this order.