Partially rescinded by

The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. 1004

Saturday, the 24th of
March, A.D. 1906

In the matter of the application of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association for an order directing the railway companies to comply strictly with the terms of the order of the Board dated July 5, 1905, and establish carload rates upon metallic shingles and siding on the basis in effect prior to March, 1901, namely, seventh class rates, and minimum weight of 24,000 lbs. per car.

It appearing to the Board that the provisions of its order dated July 5, 1905, in respect of the minimum carload weight, have not been complied with by the railway companies, upon reading the allegations and representations filed in support of the application, and the reply on behalf of the railway companies thereto; and upon the further report of its Chief Traffic Officer—

The Board orders that the minimum carload weight for metallic shingles and metallic siding, when loaded in cars not over 36 ft. 6 in. in length, inside measurement, when shipped between points east of and including Winnipeg, shall be 30,000 lbs. per car; and when shipped between points west of and including Winnipeg, or from points east of Winnipeg to points west thereof, shall be 24,000 lbs. per car. That this order shall go into effect forthwith.