The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 48685
|Saturday, the 28th of
May, A.D. 1932
In the matter of the Orders of the Board Nos. 35153, 35308, 36737, 36738, 37239, and 36693, dated respectively June 5, 1924, July 10, 1924, August 22, 1925, August 21, 1925, January 15, 1926, and August 13, 1925, authorizing the construction of three subways: one under the tracks of the Galt Subdivision and the Toronto, Grey and Bruce Subdivision of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the Brampton Subdivision of the Canadian National Railways at Bloor street; one under the tracks of the Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railways on Royce avenue; and one under the tracks of the Canadian National Railways' Newmarket Subdivision on Bloor street—all in the City of Toronto and Province of Ontario; and Order No. 40367, dated February 16, 1928, making a contribution of certain payments out of
And in the matter of the application of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the Canadian National Railways for an Order dividing the cost of maintaining the said subways.
C. P. Fullerton
S. J. McLean
T. C. Norris
Upon hearing the matter at the sittings of the Board held in Toronto, April 27, 1932, in the presence of counsel for the said railway companies, the Toronto Transportation Commission, the city of Toronto, the Consumers' Gas Company of Toronto, the Bell Telephone Company of Canada, and the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, and what was alleged,—
The Board orders:
C. P. Fullerton
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.