The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. G.O. 525
|Friday, the 16th of
March, A.D. 1934
In the matter of the applications of the Canadian Freight Association, under section 322 of the Railway Act, for approval of proposed Supplements Nos. 7 and 8 to Canadian Freight Classification No. 18, on file with the Board under File Nos. 33365.101 and 33365.103.
33365.101 and 33365.103
S. J. McLean
J. A. Stoneman
G. A. Stone
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 supplements furnished to the parties named in the General Orders of the Board Nos. 271, 348, 353, 469, and 471, with the request that their objections, if any, be filed with the Board within thirty days;
And whereas the only objection filed was by the Purina Mills, Woodstock, Ontario, with respect to item 8, page 9, of proposed Supplement No. 7, and the Canadian Freight Association having consented to the elimination of the said item from the proposed supplement;
And upon the recommendation of the Chief Traffic Officer of the Board,—
It is ordered: That the said proposed Supplements Nos. 7 and 8 to Canadian Freight Classification No. 18 be, and they are hereby, approved, to be issued as Supplement No. 7 to the Classification, subject to the following changes, namely:—
|9||8||To be eliminated.|
|24||20-28||To be shown as cancelling Items 6-12, page 20 of Supplement 6, which cancelled Items 3-6, inclusive, page 278, of Classification; and the carload rating on the S.U. or partially K.D. passenger bodies be shown as second class instead of first.|
|25||18-24||To be eliminated account of inclusion in error.|
S. J. McLean
Asst. Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.