The Board of Transport
Commissioners for Canada
Commission des Transports
du Canada

Order no. G.O. 623

Thursday, the 2nd of
July, A.D. 1942

In the matter of the application of The Railway Association of Canada for an Order, under Section 287 of the Railway Act, approving of the plan dated Ottawa, May 21, 1942, as a standard for the sign to be erected at points of less than standard clearance (a) as may be ordered by the Board, (b) as may be considered necessary by the railways, (c) as the renewal or replacement of existing restricted clearance signs becomes necessary.

J. A. Cross
Chief Commissioner

Hugh Wardrope
Assistant Chief Commissioner

F. N. Garceau
Deputy Chief Commissioner

J. A. Stoneman
Commissioner

G. A. Stone
Commissioner

F. M. MacPherson
Commissioner

File no. 1750.18.350

Upon reading the submissions filed in support of the application and the consent of the Joint Legislative Committee of Railway Transportation Brotherhoods, filed; and upon the joint recommendation of the Chief Engineer and the Director of Operation of the Board—

It is ordered: That the said plan dated Ottawa, May 21, 1942, showing "Standard Restricted Clearance Sign" to be erected indicating less than standard clearance (a) as may be ordered by the Board, (b) as may be considered necessary by the Railways, (c) as the renewal or replacement of existing restricted clearance signs becomes necessary, and {d) at such places as may be mutually agreed upon between the railways and the local representatives of the labour organizations—on file with the Board under file No. 1750.18.350, be, and it is hereby, approved.

Standard
restricted clearance sign
submitted by the Railway Association of Canada
Ottawa, May 21st 1942

On post

Bracketed
Possible methods of erecting sign

Signs to be painted yellow on both sides.
Elevation of sign.

J. A. Cross
Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada.