The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 9099
|Tuesday, the 21st of
December, A.D. 1909
Re complaint of James Pender & Co., the Maritime Nail Co., and the Portland Rolling Mills, St. John, N.B., complaining against increase in rates on coarser articles of Iron and steel from St. John to points on the Québec Central Ry., via Megantic, from 16 1/2¢ per 100 lbs. on carloads and 25¢ per 100 lbs. on less than carloads, to 22 and 33¢ per 100 lbs. on carloads and less than carloads respectively; and applying for an order directing the C.P.R. to restore the former rates:
Upon hearing the complaint, Mr. McDonald, Manager ot the Maritime Nail Co., appearing for complainants, and W. B. Hulling. Assistant Freight Traffic Manager C.P.R. for that company,
it is ordered that Supplement 3 to Special Tariff C.R.C. no. 937, increasing said rates be disallowed, and the railway company is directed to restore, not later than Jan. 10, 1910, the former rates on the said traffic.