The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. G.O. 202

Thursday, the 2nd of
August, A.D. 1917

In the matter of the proposed increased rates on grain and gratin products in the portion of Canada east of and including Fort William, which were included in, and were subsequently withdrawn by the applicants from, the application of the railway companies for a general increase in freight rates in eastern Canada, known as the Eastern Rates Case, judgment and general order in which issued June 19, 1916; the said application with respect to gram and grain products having been renewed by tariffs filed by the companies and suspended by the order of the Board No. 26172, dated June 5, 1917:


D'Arcy Scott
Assistant Chief Commissioner

A. S. Goodeve

Upon hearing the application at the sittings of the Board held in Ottawa, June 1, 1917, in the presence of counsel for the Canadian Pacific, Grand Trunk, and Canadian Northern Railway Companies, and what was alleged; and upon reading the further submissions filed, and the report and recommendations of the Chief Traffic Officer of the Board, judgment, dated July 17, 1917, was delivered by the Assistant Chief Commissioner, and concurred in by Commissioner Goodever, a certified copy of the said judgment being attached hereto marked A.

It is ordered: That the order of the Board No. 26172, dated June 5, 1917, be, and it is hereby, rescinded, and the tariffs enumerated therein are hereby authorized, subject to the changes to be made therein as set forth in the said judgment dated July 17, 1917, which is hereby made part of this order.

D'Arcy Scott
Assistant Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.