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

Order no. 56935

Friday, the 6th of
January, A.D. 1939

In the matter of the Order of the Board No. '56054, dated June 17, 1938, requiring the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to install two wigwags and two bells at the crossing of the Town Line Road by its line of raihvay and the line of the Canadian National Raihvays near Palgrave, Ontario, mileage 32.5 of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's MacTier Subdivision; and apportioning the cost of installing and maintaining the said bells and wigwags;

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Hugh Guthrie
Chief Commissioner

G. A. Stone
Commissioner

Upon hearing the matter at the sittings of the Board held at Ottawa, July 21, 1938, in the presence of Counsel for the Canadian National Railways and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, the Department of Highways for the Province of Ontario being represented at the hearing, and what was alleged—

It is ordered: That the said Order No. 56054, dated June 17, 1938, be, and it is hereby, amended by striking out paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 thereof and substituting therefor the following, namely:—

"2. That forty per cent of the cost of installing the said bells and wigwags, not exceeding, however, the sum of $2,000, be paid out of the Railway Grade Crossing Fund from the amount appropriated to such fund under Department of Transport Vote No. 422, Supplementary Estimates 1938-39; and that the remainder of the said cost be borne and paid thirty-six per cent by the Department of Highways for the Province of Ontario, thirty-four per cent by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and thirty per cent by the Canadian National Railways.

"3. That the cost of maintaining the said bells and wigwags be borne and paid thirty-six per cent by the Department of Highways for the Province of Ontario, thirty-four per cent by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and thirty per cent by the Canadian National Railways."

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