The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. 26251

Monday, the 25th of
June, A.D. 1917
Re application of Price Brothers Co., Québec, for a reduction in the arbitrary of 5¢ per 100 lb. over and above the Grand Mere basis of rates on paper, in carloads, from Jonquiere, Que., on Canadian Northern Ry., to points in the United States.

Upon hearing the complaint at Québec, June 27, the complainants and the C.N.R. being represented at the hearing, and it appearing that the railway has published and filed a supplemental schedule to take effect July 1, the effect of which is to increase the rates from Jonquiere, as compared with those from Grand Mere, by approximately 15%, and upon the report and recommendation of the Chief Traffic Officer,

Re application of Price Brothers Co., Québec, for a reduction in the arbitrary of 5¢ per 100 lb. over and above the Grand Mere basis of rates on paper, in carloads, from Jonquiere, Que., on Canadian Northern Ry., to points in the United States.

it is ordered that the application be dismissed, and that the C.N.R. be required forthwith to amend its tariff of rates on paper commodities to points in the United States, C.R.C. no. E-775, as supplemented, so as to provide through rates from Jonquiere that shall not exceed the through rates from Donnacona or Grand Mere by more than 5¢ per 100 lb., and to continue this basis as the maximum until further order.