The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 17179
|Monday, the 22nd of
July, A.D. 1912
|Re application of British-
Canadian Canners, Ltd., and the notice calling upon the G.T.R. to show
cause why the
stop-offarrangement with respect to canned goods, as shown in item 4 of the company's Special Freight Tariff C.R.C. E. 2374, applicable west of Toronto only, should not be extended so as to include Bowmanvllle and Cobourg as stop-over points;
it is ordered that the stop-over privileges granted by the said railway companies operating from the Niagara Peninsula, westward, in Ontario, be granted the applicants at the two points east of Toronto, namely, Bowmanville and Cobourg, Ont.