The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 26172
|Wednesday, the 6th of
June, A.D. 1917
|In the matter of the complaints of the Montréal Board of Trade, the Montréal Corn Exchange Association, the Dominion Millers' Association, and James Richardson & Sons against the proposed advanced rates on grain and grain products published and filed by the railways to take effect June 5, 1917, and subsequent dates.|
A. S. Goodeve
File no. 17112.3, 1179.34, 1179.28
Upon hearing the complaints at Ottawa, June 1, the Canadian Pacific, Grand Trunk and Canadian Northern Railways, the complainants, and the Lake of the Woods Milling Co., St. Lawrence Flour Mills Co., Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Dominion Flour Mills Co., Western Canada Flour Mills, Robin Hood Flour Mills Co., Canada Cereal and Flour Mills Co., Goldie Milling Co., and Canadian Manufacturers Association being represented,
it is ordered that the following tariffs be suspended until further order:
Assistant Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.