|Pipe crossings parts rescinded by|
The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Order no. G.O. 269
|Thursday, the 7th of
August, A.D. 1919
In the matter of the Regulations regarding plans and specifications required to be filed with the Board, dated January 1919, being standard rules for the construction of highway, farm, wire, and pipe crossings, and general requirements for interlocking appliances, at rail level crossings, junctions, and drawbridges.
A. S. Goodeve
A. C. Boyce
Upon its being presented to the Board by the Grand Trunk Railway Company
that the pay of Inspectors for inspecting all crossings should be increased to $11 a day instead of $3, as provided in the case of wire crossings by the General Order of the Board No. 267, amending the
Standard Conditions and Specifications for Wire Crossings, the Canadian National Railways and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company concurring in the above representations—
It is ordered: That the said Regulations of the Board regarding plans and specifications required to be filed with the Board be, and they are hereby, amended by striking out the words
three dollars after the word
exceed, in the sixthline of paragraph 7, page 14, and before the word
per, and substituting therefor the words
eleven dollars; and by adding after the word
applicant, in the sixth line of the said paragraph 7, the words
such payment to cover both wages and expenses.