Order no. 12512
|Thursday, the 15th of
December, A.D. 1910
|Re complaint of J. H. Conrad, alleging excessive freight rates charged by White Pass & Yukon Route on ores from Caribou to Skagway, and on mining machinery and camp supplies from Skagway to Caribou:
It appearing that the White Pass & Yukon Route and the British Yukon Ry. have
refused to permit applicant to load ore, as has been hitherto permitted, and upon counsel for applicant undertaking to forthwith make an application for the construction of an industrial siding at or near the point in question,
it is ordered
- That the W.P. & Y. Route and the B.Y.R., their officers and agents, do permit the applicant, his servants and agents, to load ore for shipment upon the line of the said railway companies at or near the point at which the applicants, his servants and agents, had been permitted by the railway companies in the past to load the said ore, upon the lines of the said railway companies at or near Caribou Crossing, until the application for the said industrial siding is disposed of or the same is constructed.
- That the said railway companies, their officers or agents, shall be liable
to forfeit and pay a penalty of one hundred dollars ($100.00) per day for each
and every day that the applicant, his servants or agents, are not permitted to load ore at the point in question where the like privilege has been granted to the said" applicant, his servants or agents, in the past.