The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 9032
|Tuesday, the 21st of
December, A.D. 1909
Re application of W. S. Tilston, Manager Transportation Bureau Montréal Board of Trade, for an order directing the C.P.R. to publish tariffs covering the milling-in-transit privilege on corn received at Montréal by rail from its Georgian Bay elevator ports and from Detroit, which is ground at Montréal, and the product of which is re-shipped thence to C.P.R. points east in the Provinces of Québec and New Brunswick for domestic consumption and for furtherance by water to outputs; and re application of the Canada Flour Mills Co. of Chatham, Ont., for an order directing the G.T.R. and the C.P.R. to restore the milling-in-transit privilege on United States corn enjoyed by the applicant company under an arrangement with the said companies, the said agreement having been withdrawn some years ago.
Upon hearing the application, Mr. Tilson appearing in person for the Montréal Board of Trade, and in the presence of counsel for the C.P.R. and G.T.R. Companies, no one appearing for the Canada Flour Mills Co., and what was alleged;
it is ordered that the said applications be dismissed.