The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. G.O. 333
|Saturday, the 26th of
March, A.D. 1921
In the matter of the Order of the Board No. 2139, dated December 6, 1906, as amended by Order No. 28742, dated August 29, 1919, prescribing the form, size, and style of the tariffs of telephone tolls to be charged by telephone companies; and the application of the Bell Telephone Company of Canada for an Order amending the said Orders to provide for the approval of the system of publication of long-distance tolls, known as the
S. J. McLean
A. C. Boyce
J. G. Rutherford
Upon reading the application and what is filed in support thereof, and the report and recommendation of the Traffic Officer of the Board,—
The Board Orders as follows:
C.R.C., beginning with C.R.C No. 1, and that subsequent tariffs be numbered consecutively.
Athe duplicate of which will be stamped and returned to the sender as the Board's acknowledgment of the receipt of the enclosures.
New Rates, as the case may be.
Bof Certificate of Concurrence in Joint Tariffs be, and the same is hereby, prescribed under the powers conferred by the Railway Act, 1919; the said certificates to be uniform in size, eleven inches in length and eight and one-half inches in width, to be consecutively numbered, and to contain a full and exact description of the tariff concurred in, and to be signed in person by the official filing the same under the said provisions of the Railway Act, 1919, or by some person duly authorized to sign for him; such person to affix his signature in full to the name of the ofiicial for whom he signs; the Board to be kept advised of the persons to whom such authority is delegated; and that two copies of each certificate be sent to the Board, one of which will be stamped and returned to the sender as the Board's acknowledgment of receipt.
And whereas, by subsection 6 of section 375 of the Railway Act, 1919, the Board is authorized to make regulations determining and prescribing the manner in which tariffs of telephone tolls shall be published or kept open for public inspection—
The Board therefore further Orders:
.. .. .. .. Telephone Company.
The company's tariffs are open to public inspection.
The Exchange Tariff may be seen on application to the manager at the company's central office.
Long Distance Toll Tariffs may be seen on application at the head office of the company, in the city of or to the company's manager at the toll centre of any locality, the name of which toll centre will be furnished by the manager of the local exchange.
The following are the toll centres in the district covered by this Directory (to be followed by an alphabetical list of such toll centres).
S. J. McLean
Asst. Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.