G.O. 165
G.O. 192

The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. G.O. 164

Tuesday, the 25th of
April, A.D. 1916

In the matter of the tariffs of railway companies showing charges for ice and salt in refrigerator cars:


H. L. Drayton
Chief Commissioner

W. B. Nantel
Deputy Chief Commissioner

A. S. Goodeve

Upon hearing the application at the sittings of the Board held in Ottawa, March 21, 1916, the Canadian Pacific and the Canadian Northern Railway Companies, the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, the Montréal Board of Trade, and the Toronto Board of Trade being represented at the hearing, and what was alleged; tariffs showing the said charges having been filed with the Board as required at the hearing,—

It is ordered: That the following tariffs showing charges for salt and ice in refrigerator cars, be, and they are hereby, suspended, pending further hearing by the Board, namely:—

Railway Company. Tariff.
Canadian Pacific C.R.C. No E-3138
Canadian Pacific C.R.C. No. E-3139
Grand Trunk C.R.C. No. E-3356
Grand Trunk C.R.C. No. E-3357
Canadian Northern C.R.C. No. E-768
Canadian Northern C.R.C. No. E-769
Michigan Central C.R.C. No. 2.524
Wabash C.R.C. No. 936
Pere Marquette C.R.C. No. 2015
Dominion Atlantic C.R.C. No. 476
Québec, Montréal and Southern C.R.C. No. 568
Essex Terminal C.R.C. No. 310
London and Port Stanley C.R.C. No. 77
Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo C.R.C. No. 1092
Thousand Island C.R.C. No. 287
Hull Electric C.R.C. No. F-56
Glengarry and Stormont C.R.C. No. 41
Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Rapid C.R.C. No. 177
Algoma Central and Hudson Bay C.R.C. No. 348
Algoma Central and Hudson Bay C.R.C. No. 349
Central Vermont C.R.C. No. 1101
Boston and Maine C.R.C. No. 1705
New York Central C.R.C. No. 719
New York Central C.R.C. No. 720
Chatham, Wallaceburg and Lake Erie C.R.C. No. 403