The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. G.O. 570

Friday, the 25th of
March, A.D. 1938

In the matter of General Order No. 569, dated March 15, 1938, permitting increases in rates and charges in freight tariffs filed with the Board covering traffic between points in Canada and points in the United States; between points in the United States through Canada; and import and export traffic between Canadian and United States ports and stations in Canada and the United States.

Hugh Guthrie
Chief Commissioner

J. A. Stoneman
Commissioner

G. A. Stone
Commissioner

File no. 39422

Upon its appearing that, in the preparation of tariff schedules giving effect to the provisions of the Order of the Interstate Commerce Commission, dated March 8, 1938, in Ex Parte No. 123, and the permission granted by General Order No. 569, with respect to tariffs as above described, a number of clerical and typographical errors were made, and that the Interstate Commerce Commission has extended authority for the publication and filing of tariff schedules correcting such errors, effective not earlier than March 28, 1938, upon not less than one day's notice, provided such schedules correcting the errors are published and filed not later than April 28, 1938, upon which date the authority to make such corrections on one day's notice expires—

It is Ordered: That tariff schedules covering traffic between points in Canada and points in the United States; between points in the United States through Canada; and import and export traffic between Canadian and United States ports and stations in Canada and the United States, may be amended for the purpose of correcting clerical or typographical errors therein by the publication and filing with the Board of schedules making such corrections effective not earlier than March 28, 1938, upon not less than one day's notice after the filing thereof with the Board: Provided that this authority does not extend to tariff schedules filed after April 28, 1938, upon which date the authority to make such corrections on one day's notice expires.

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