The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. G.O. 180
|Tuesday, the 30th of
January, A.D. 1917
In the matter of the application of the Express Traffic Association of Canada, on behalf of the express companies subject to the jurisdiction of the Board, for approval of revised Supplement No. 10 to the Express Classification for Canada, C.R.C. No. 3 (first submitted as No. 8); also including therein Supplement No. 11 (first submitted as No. 10), omitting the proposed conditions of Carriage relating to Carload Waggon Service and Pich-up and Delivery Service, and Supplement No. 12 (first submitted as No. 11), omitting the items relating to cigars, cigarettes, and tobacco.
4397.25, 4397.29 and 4397.30
H. L. Drayton
S. J. McLean
Upon its appearing that objections to certain of the proposed changes in rules and ratings were, by consent of the parties represented at the hearings in Winnipeg, June 12, 1916, Saskatoon, June 14, 1916, and Edmonton, June 15, 1916, left to be settled between the interested parties in Eastern Canada, and those affected by the proposed changes, as they now appear in the said revised Supplement No. 10, having notified the Board of their consent thereto—
It is ordered: That the said revised Supplement No. 10 to the Express Classification for Canada C.E.C. No. 3, submitted to the Board by C. N. Ham, Secretary of the Express Traffic Association of Canada, with his letter of January 16, 1917, attached hereto and marked
A, be, and the same is hereby, approved.
H. L. Drayton
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.