The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 12901
|Tuesday, the 3rd of
January, A.D. 1911
|Re order 4988, July 8, 1908, known as the General Interswitching Order, and circular letter 58, Dec 23, 1910, calling the attention of railway companies to the fact that many of their tariffs are not in accordance with the general interswitching order, and requiring that such variation from the order be removed and new tariffs published and filed without delay.|
Upon its appearing that the requirements of the circular letter have not been complied with,
it is ordered that the railway companies whose tariffs of interswitching tolls have not been prepared in accordance with the said order, as amplified in the Assistant Chief Commissioner's judgment of Nov 26, 1910, file new tariffs of interswitching tolls, in accordance with the provisions of the order, not later than March 1, 1911.