The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 14387
|Tuesday, the 16th of
May, A.D. 1911
|Re application of Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., against the G.T.R. and the C.P.R., complaining that the railway companies unjustly discriminated against them upon shipments of petroleum and its products from certain Ohio and Pennsylvania points to Toronto and other Canadian points, by refusing to carry such shipments in carloads, at fifth class rates in accordance with the Official Classification; that the companies overcharged the applicant and applying for an order prescribing proper tolls.|
It is declared that the legal rates chargeable on petroleum and its products, in carloads, from points in Ohio and Pennsylvania to Toronto, were the fifth class joint through rates in effect at the time the shipments moved, as shown in the joint through tariffs published and filed with the Board, and in accordance with Official Classification 29, and subsequent issues thereof.