The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. 9271
|Wednesday, the 12th of
January, A.D. 1910
|The complaint of Board of Trade of Sudbury, Ont., complaining that the joint rate charged by the C.P.R. on coal from the Niagara Frontier to Sudbury is unreasonable and discriminative as compared with the rate charged by the G.T.R. from the Niagara Frontier to North Bay, Ont.|
It Is ordered that the Michigan Central, the C.P., and the Toronto. Hamilton & Buffalo Ry. companies publish and file, not later than Mar. 1, 1910, a joint rate not exceeding $2.60 per ton, in carloads of the customary minimum weights, from Black Rock and Suspension Bridge, N.Y., to Sudbury, Ont.
And it is further ordered that the special mileage rates on coal and coke, in carloads, published in the C.P.R. Special Tariff, C.R.C. no. E. 660, to be applied
between stations on the Ontario, Lake Superior (east of North Bay), Eastern and Atlantic Divisions, where specific rates are not published, or when lower than shown in (specific) tariff, be extended so as to include the Lake Superior Division, Sudbury and East, and so to conform, territorially, to the company's approved Standard Mileage Freight Tariff, C.R.C. no. E. 1244; the same to be become effective not later than Feb. 7. 1910.
And it is further ordered that all other of the company's special mileage freight tariffs (if there be any) in which the point of separation between the rates of the Lake Superior Division and the lower eastern scale may be east of Sudbury, be amended so as to include the Lake Superior Division, Sudbury and east, in the said lower eastern scale, and so to conform, territorially, to the company's approved Standard Mileage Freight Tariff C.R.C. no. E. 1244; the same to become effective not later than Mar. 1, 1910.