The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. G.O. 574

Friday, the 17th of
June, A.D. 1938

In the matter of the application of the Canadian Freight Association, under Section 322 of the Railway Act, for approval of proposed Supplement No. 1 to Canadian Freight Classification No. 19, on file with the Board.

33365.116

Hugh Guthrie
Chief Commissioner

J. A. Stoneman
Commissioner

G. A. Stone
Commissioner

Whereas notice has been given by the Canadian Freight Association in The Canada Gazette, as required by Section 322 of the Railway Act, and copies of the said Supplement furnished to the parties named in the General Orders of the Board numbered 271, 348, 353. 469, and 471, with the request that their objections, if any, be filed with the Board within thirty days;

Upon consideration of the objections filed; and upon hearing the application at the sittings of the Board held at Toronto. June 1, 1938, the Canadian Freight Association, the General Steel Wares Limited, Toronto, the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company, Limited, Toronto, and the Port Hope Sanitary Manufacturing Company, Limited, Port Hope, being represented at the hearing, and what was alleged—

The Board orders: That the proposed Supplement No. 1 to Canadian Freight Classification No. 19 be, and it is hereby, approved, subject to the following changes and additions, namely:—

  1. Item 48, page 2, to be made subject to a carload minimum weight of 12,000 pounds, instead of 16,000 pounds.
  2. Item 9, page 3, to be changed to read:
    L.C.L. C.L.
    Oats, Rice or Wheat, Puffed:
    In cloth or paper bags 2
    In barrels or boxes 3
    In packages named, C.L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs., Rule 7
  3. Items 8 and 10, page 5, to be changed to read:
    L.C.L. C.L.
    Mattresses:
    Hair, or Hair or Felt and Wire Coil combined, wrapped in paper or burlap, or in fibre boxes meeting the requirements of Rule 1 for boxes testing not less than 200 lbs. except that maximum dim.ensions must not exceed 140 united inches 1 1/2
    C.L., min. wt. 14,000 lbs. Rule 7 4
  4. Items 51 to 53, page 8, to be changed to read:
    L.C.L. C.L.
    Vegetables:
    Vegetables or Fruit, fresh or green. Cold Pack, O.R. Det., see Note, prepaid, in inner containers in barrels, boxes or crates, in bulk in . barrels or in bulk in pails weighing not less than 20 lbs. each/td> 1
    C.L., min. wt. 24.000 lbs. 4
    Note: Ratings apply only on Frozen, Fresh or Green Fruits or Vegetables, either sweetened or unsweetened.
  5. The following item to be added to Supplement No. 1, cancelling Item 32, page 225, of the Classification:
    L.C.L. C.L.
    Towers, Transmission and Radio Beacon, Steel, completely taken apart 4
    C.L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs. 6

Hugh Guthrie
Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.