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 File #129
Vancouver B.C. - Local Wharf Freight - Icing Account 	
Internal Correspondence
Date   Vancouver, B.C.  Ootober 30, 1973. Pile 129~V
From   G.  £.  31©«krill,
To  Mr. 3.  8. Sadovia,
Bbport Ho. 293.
Gheok of abftve mentioned feature for period Jane 1 thru
August 31, 3,973 was raade and o__arge« for lee and -Salt,
where not inluded in tlie rate,wer« properly protected
toy waybill coding.
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Travelling Auditor*
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Form 102-R — I
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CPRail
Internal Correspondence
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Date  Vancouver, B.(J. October 30, 1973.
From Q. l. Beelwill,
to Mr. J. S. iladovia,
file 129-D
Import Ho. 293.
0t u»
Check ef ubevo Mentioned feature for period June 1 thru
August SI, 1973 was taade and ©hargea for Zee and ilalt,
where not inluded in tlie rate,were, properly protected
by waybill coding.
"'"Travelling Auditor*
Form 102-R 105 -
- 105
T4 cp
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OFFICE COPY OF WAYBIU
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DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
mmm mm Kill mr
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Jeiii.rv   lot,   H.7CV
(l }.-.■'   Icb  r:up,)Uoc] in 300 lb. blocks   io car on Contractor1 q siding:
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tp-but not c;;cood.inq 1000   tons per  annira vll/Zb por ton
Crushed  ice e!;Vliei  for cA'orhearj bunker  typo
rofritjerc. tor  care on Con Ue ,. L...-.../«; atuinci:
;Ut) to !vu(; not b;;c.0cveiivj bO"   loir   err   annum
.tok<
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far  <eee;hjab. bunkor -type
p.J - ac lor ' r»   ij.ldi.nj :
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-::;vi aad sized tee in ^vli/;."
-ir&retepor  ton
vl 1.7b per  ton
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'   at   the   i<__3L']r iv   f^e.ejir.;1^   ! •  llx.
V  lie  !.7o, ;     (bj i...b_Li..di..j def'ivbry
(e)      lea delivered  at pointe in Vancouver other .than
^tractor1 s  aiding
" n imam Hoiivory  charge :     (except,  for bogged
sz). :
o  cmBV^y' '
z/(V?0 por bag
4.50 per ton
A 'i.j
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eyeen tb" ■< w ertiiiio by [lie ■■' 'hi trap tor to vta on.rUoyeos
hall ee . Liinberaed aubjeot to"tho. following miriimam :
ayiij a. ta : >:.. •
uer ..ornei <-) day- oiler than Ha lurd-aySj, vSjjfVfe
i pub'M c f.f.] idv/a, when work it7 a cobliiui rtian/0
e rt/gu !<ir i.oj king day.
;_:\] I.; aut b afv/oen  d;30 p.uu band ■■., b
!;:nirGpci.' i.Hin on batarbaya,   Sundriy.3  and public hoildayi
he" • a;   pee laarj   i or   a ' (.
a*:.). -Monday   lo  Friday  ine ■ aaa AA?
■-£&■* IA:  8TS»J      :AlO.J<Ht2-        f     *H*     -/-JtffJ-O Mm
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for tot •____ ml%
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m OttOfcor n tax month of Jim© 2.971. Vh&rm*
not inoludod in tiho rata wort proiwly protected
fcfWNUSac AiAito* Date  MONTREAL, SEP 2 9 1971 File No# DS iE2-c4
Memorandum - Customer Service Centre Instruction Manual
Function  Page   Explanation
23     1-4  List of C.S.C. locations revised. Vtaoowm i»G„ April 7, 1971
H.G.Leteh
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IM857
Checic of the above *-,e»tioned account wes eojaraeneod cm April 2 for months
of June and August 1?7Q« debits for ice and suit whoro not included ia
the rote have been acoountod for on ftra. 12.58. '£ho acco ante, rendered t*y
tho Vancouver Cold Storage Ltd. also Pacific Coast i'eminele hove been
cheeSaad ea to weights, votes end extensions end no discrepancies noted.
»§■ 105 warn checked to Iciag Boperfcs end found to be in order.
^rairelllng Auditor. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
STATION DATE; REPORT^
CHECK OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES, ETC.
Ticket Refund
Cheques Remitted^
Freight CQD*s
Demurrage
Shed Storage^
Switching
Cartage
Other Misc.  Items  ets*_
Codes Applied to W/Bfs_
Check of LCL W/B's
per Circular #555
Rent Bills
Milling in Transit^
Stop-off Charges^	
Diversion Charges^
Icing Charges
Heaters
Hay & Feed Charges^
TRAVELLING AUDITOR: %l
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Sates tteMljttllj -&c, j^temasy 21, 1^7$
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of H4gp ®*& -tokssia* lfi5?. fabftB for Sea sad sel* %*_w»a not iitoit&ded la Urn *■*•
hove boon *
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mm s«p^» jAm ftM&fie cant Smtadyi iw» tawt #tii^§fl te
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il to Icing S^rfcii a&4 futmA to to la -ovtar^
O ^wwUlag Aiditor.
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o CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. (F) No. 828
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
SECTION 3
4th REVISED PAGE 45A
Cancels
3rd Revised Page45A
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. (F) No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.CC. No. W. 1021
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Item No.
A+420
(Continued)
Charges for
Detention of
Heaters
(Examples)
PERISHABLE FREIGHT
Perishable Traffic under Heater Protection—Continued
1. (b) Charge for Detention of Heaters (ConcI'd)
(9) Examples of heater charges are:
(a) At loading point:
(i) Car equipped with portable heater placed at 10,00 a.m. March 1st.
Bill of lading signed at 3.00 p.m. March 1st.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater,
(ii) Car equipped with portable heater placed at 10.00 a.m. March 1st.
Bill of lading signed after 10.00 a.m. March 2nd.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater for twenty-four hours ending 10.00
a.m. March 2nd plus $1.50 per portable heater for fraction of the
second twenty-four hours.
(b) At unloading point:
(i) Notification of arrival effected at 8.00 a.m. March 1st.
Car released or instructions to remove portable heater given at 1.00 p.m.
March 1st.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater,
(ii) Notification of arrival effected at 8.00 a.m. March 1st.
Car released or instructions to remove portable heater given after 8.00 a.m.
March 2nd.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater for twenty-four hours ending 8.00 a.m.
March 2nd plus   $1.50   per portable heater for fraction of second
twenty-four hours.
(c) In transit:
(i) Car arrives hold yard at 9.00 a.m. March 1st.
Disposal instructions received at 2.00 p.m. March 1st.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater.
(ii) Car arrives hold yard at 9.00 a.m. March 1st.
Disposal instructions received after 9.00 a.m. March 2nd.
Charge $1.50 per portable heater for twenty-four hours ending 9.00 a.m.
March 2nd plus $1.50 per portable heater for fraction of the second
twenty-four hours.
31689
(c) Charge for Installation of Heaters for Pre-heating also at Destination—
In the case of carload shipments received at destination without heater protection,
also carload shipments on which (on instructions of shipper, owner or consignee)
heater protection has been withdrawn, and such parties request, in writing, the provision of heat, when practicable, same will be furnished subject to the following charges
for the first twenty-four hours or fraction thereof:
(1) For refrigerator cars or insulated box cars equipped with under-
slung heater and liquidometers  $8.91 per car
(2) (a) For other refrigerator cars with two or more heaters _    8.91 per car
(b) For other refrigerator cars with one heater only.„_     7.46 per car
plus the following charges for each subsequent twTenty-four hours or fraction thereof:
(1) For refrigerator cars or insulated box cars equipped with
underslung heater and liquidometers  $2.97 per car
(2) For other refrigerator cars  1.50 per heater
(Continued on next page)
^Change which results in neither increase nor reduction in charges.
+ Rates and Charges in this item are NOT subject to increases provided in Item D.
ISSUED DECEMBER 20,1967 EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 27, 1967
(Filed with I.CC. for information only)
By W. A. PORCH ER, Manager—Freight Tariff Bureau, 150 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
j RC>rtNe
Temp.   6 A.M.
12 Noon
6 P.M.
12 Mdt.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Station
Date   .
C S. 105
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SCRFtfUUB "A"
(JRates effective lat January 1965)
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1#  Ice
(1) Ice supplied Jin 300 lb* blocks
\or 400 lbe blocks to cars on
Contractor1e siding*
Should the volume of ice ordered
under this head exceed 39^00 tons
in any one calendar year a rebate
of 50$ per ton shall be allowed on
the total tonnage of ice supplied
during the year*
(2) Crushed ice Supplied for overhead
bunker type refrigerator cars on
Contractor9a siding*
(3) Broken ;e>e supplied to end bunker
type cars on contractor1© siding*
(4) Clear, crushed, and sized ice in
50 Ibe 2 x 60 wet strength bags
supplied on Contractor's siding,
including delivery charges
2*  Delivery Charges \
(1) Ice delivered at points in Vancouver
other than Contractor1s siding*
(2) Minimum delivery charge*
3#  OvertimeChargas
Payment of overtime by the Contractor
to its employees! when necessary to
execute orders timeously, shall be
reimbursed in full, subject to the
following minimum payments*
4 hours per man on Saturdays,
Sundays, and public holidays*
1 hour per man on days other than
Saturdays, Sundays and public
holidays*
$8*00 per ton
$9el5 par ton
&8*00 per ton
%  *60 per bag
S3#00 por ton
S3«00 nut % t1 • i
Yanoonwp B.C., Fabraasy 4th.,I?6?«
afr_j.fi.Biee,
Auditor of P-sssauger & Sti&tiaa Accounts,
aoafcyael 4**a.
itaport im
Vancouver B.0« - Local Iharf Freight
Shack of th© aboe© mentioned account
%«& m January 30th. for tha months of September and October 1968. Debits
for ice and salt -where not included ia th« rata have been accounted for on
foms 1238. fha aeceuats raadered by tho Mainland 2oe & Cold Store&a Company
have bean cheeked to Icing Beporfca forwarded to %perlntendent and no discrepancies
noted, foams C.S.1G5 were cheeked to Icing Heports end found to be in order.
tmellins .Auditor. Montreal, OCT 3 1 1968
Attached are copies of revised pages for inclusion in the
Customer Service Centre Instruction Manual*
Noted hereunder is an explanation of each addition, change
or deletion effected.
Function
70
105
106
200
6
1
1
1
27
28
29
30
33
34
37
38
Explanation
Step 12, explanation of Traffic Codes
and the method of Coding; line pertaining to "Lake and Rail" revised.
No change
Correction of spelling error in Step 1.
Revision of Step 3*
Revision of Step 3.
No change
Deleted Code 28 for Atlantic Coast Line.
No change
Deleted Code 135 for Chicago Great Western.
No change
Deleted Code 435 for London & R>rt
Stanley.
No change
Deleted Code 712 for Seaboard Air Line and
added Seaboard Coast. JUe» 12f-l
B.C, May 22nd. ,1968.
Wjp* S .H. Rico ,
AudtiOi* oi' ieoaanger A Station Accounts,
-.WAtxeal vMo*
Haport #'2743
Vaaeoiw S.c. - loom iharf Jfcaigfct
 r*,aM_,_aemmft	
ft 89070 "ifflationed account was cheeked for
tho Mentha of January and February 1968. -obi to for lee and salt whore not
included in tha rsto have been accounted for cu foams 1238. iIms accounts rendered
by tlie Mainland lee I storage Coopaay hare bean checked to Icing Beports
fferwarded te aiportataadant and no discrepancies noted, Fossae c*s. 103 were
cheeked ta lein^ Reports end found to bo in order. It was noted hotsKwer, that
ieia« Pro 991)00 February 13 in omm% of 42G.32 was in error duplicated on
fowi 1238 for pasted ending February 29. Za tho astteuat of v20.32 in question
cn 1238 es "aeMlled1*, presume you will adjust, if you have not already
Srsvollimi Auditor. r
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One hundred and sixtieth Revised Page 3
Cancels One hundred and fifty-ninth Revised Page 3
Circular No. W. 1B
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
CIRCULAR No, W, 1B
CHECK SHEET
Original and Revised Pages, as named below, contain all changes from the original issue.
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34697
eDenotes Change.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Office of the Freight Traffic Manager
Winnipeg, Man., May 3,1967 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
NO    210 REVISED
REPORT OF TYING. UP AND LETTING CO AND VARIOUS CHARGES
VANCOUVER i-JHARF SEi°t1 9 -?3 PIER   6
VESSEL   <?p,V ;f cvfrlo^iW AGENT fomts,*. k;,t.w LENGTH   ^£ FT.
DATE OF ARRIVAL §?*  aH   D 73, DATE OF  DEPARTURE S«/> ag       19 ?3
TYING UP Ro.uction Applicable  (     )
Tiue Starts
l -7 3 O      IC
Fi-'St Line Asho.-e . 9 *-. O     K
Finally Tie    Up / <g- a. £~      K
Tine Finishe . ) % 2> o     K
Tyins Up Cha.\_e: "'..
I <11 III 11 »»WwA>W»»W^MWW«WWM*.W»«lil.       AM* III ■_  ■■ WlIM III. I   1 mi ■ III. ■ II
Less Re u.tion Z
LADOUR
■ aff.a.jrg * i5o.Qfe
LETTING GO      Re u.tion Applicable  (     )
$ sop-op
$JL_L0^2Jb
Ti^e 3ta.vbe
Lines Let Go
Vessel Clea.-e
From Do~k
Tine Finishe
/ k 3 Q      K
/ fe 3-S"
i y os>
JL2_±-_L
Letting Go  Cha.^e   !_ ^/ <fg>
Less Re u.tion.g^ft      _^-^
LADOUR
TELEPHONE Install
To use o:.  fo_' ays   	
DOCKAGE
S£
K
$ .//     Pe.» Lineal Foot$   A1733E
Per Lineal FootO
S 1 F
^ yyiAwk (7p  fEtZ.^
ft IHO.-7Q
">    m^ .1°!
th
1.;
$   JZ7E-JE
's>  A>7?k8.trt
TOTAL 3,a-%__£
WHARF C0-0RDINAT0R . :.: •■:   ••    .   .   - ft
■rewL
lee,
50H&
v/e^-'   *--.
- abwn isaoU
ronthn $f F#1>raapf end :.l»c* i    abifca £01* io» anA Mlt» tsharo m*
tea rate, h&t* iMMa •eeoimtad fb* on Jtaraa 3Jf$8* 5Bbt «0OMiitMi «nd«^a ftp .-*&
>tttN0t Gm&m7 for the pgiiiqMilf awtfctiftA pm&®&m mmm afaotaA m
CB icj and mo disc^encloa mAeA* Xt imas noted hmevwg that ehax@>&
ao<5ount l0# nfs inooifr#et# A set* nf ##88 $•* tan -.isaft iibinm the r
^mmm Page 4
Section 5
If payment is received for any previous outstanding,  particulars
of the item will be shown in Columns 2 and 3, and the amount
of the payment in column 9 "Cleared O/S",  and column 14
"Remittances11.    Special particulars may be shown in "Remarks"
column.
When payment is received,  go back to the original entry on
Form MSR 3D and date stamp the date of payment in column 12
- Date Cleared*
Supporting paper will be removed from file supporting net
balance of "Outstandings" on Daily Control Sheet Form MSR
123D.
The daily total column 9 will be carried forward to column 9 -
"O/S Cleared" Daily Summary Form MSR 3D and to column 7
"Cleared O/S" - Form MSR 123DC    The daily total of column 14
will be carried forward to column 14 "Remittances" on Daily
Summary Form MSR 3D0
Daily Summarization
At the close of day's business, all columns will be totalled
and double underlined to show clearly the closing off for that
day.    The totals of debits and credits columns 10 and 16,  must
balance.    The totals of each column will be carried forward to
their respective columns on Daily Summary Form MSR 3D*
Do not carry totals forward from one day to another on Form
MSR3D.    It is recommended that Agent use one sheet for each
day¥s business,  however,  if the same page is to be used
for the following day,  a space should be left,  a heavy line
drawn,  before the entries for the next day are startede    On
any day where more than one sheet is used,  a summary should
be made on the last sheet for the day.
The Daily Balance for the office will be developed on Form
MSR 3D Daily Summary„    See Instructions Section 6C
All cash,  cheques or other types of payments received must
be recorded on date received.   If application of such amounts
is not known at time of receipt such amounts must be placed to
special debit and when investigation completed and proper
disposition is known,  the amounts may be reclaimed by
special credit and proper distribution made.
Revised March 15,  1963, Page 2
Section 11
Line  11 Not used.
Line  13 Control - The month end balance of column 4 (Control Balance)
of the Daily Control Sheet Form MSR 123D will be shown.
Line  19 Transferred to PSA-34C - The net total of column 14 on
Daily Summary Form MSR-3D will be entered on this line
if monthly disbursements have exceeded receipts and must
agree with amount taken to special credit as ffMft S. M on
C.P.R.   Form PSA-34C.   (See Freight and Station Accounting
Instructions issued by Auditor of Passenger & Station Accounts)
Line 31 Cash Bal.   due T/M - not used
Credit Side
Line 2 Cash Bal.   due T/M last Summary Sheet - not used
Line 4 Special Credits '- The accumulated monthly total of column   13
on the Daily Summary Form MSR 3D will be shown.     The total
of the summary of Special Credits on Forms  1057 must agree
with this amount.
Line 6 Not used - See Line 4 above.
Line 8 Not used - See Line 4 above.
Line  10 Control - (From last Summary Sheet)  - On establishing a new
office,   no amount will be* shown on the first MSR 1.    On each
subsequent MSR 1,   the amount for !,controln on Line  13 of the
last MSR 1 will be brought forward.
Line 12 Remittances - not used - see line 14.
Line 14 Transferred to Line 29,   PSA-34D - The net total of column 14
on Daily Summary Form MSR-3D will be entered on this line if
receipts for the month have exceeded disbursements and must
agree with amount taken to special debit as "MS Receipts" on
Co P. Ro   Form PSA-34D.   (See Freight and Station Accounting
Instructions issued by Auditor of Passenger &_ Station Accounts)
Line 30 O/S Balance to next Summary Sheet - The balance at the end
of month in column 9 of the Daily Control Sheet Form MSR 123D
will be shown.    A detailed listing of individuals amounts
outstanding must be submitted.     This list should be compiled
under separate headings,   i.e.   On Hand,   O.S.   & D.   Account,
Miscellaneous etc.    It will not be necessary to use separate
sheets for each classification.     C. P. R.   Form 34-1/2 must be
used for this purpose.     The list must provide detail of each
item and explanation given as to why the item is outstanding
or what action has been taken to clear.     Total of all should
agree with Line 30 on MSR 1.
Line 32 Cash Bal.   due Company - Not used.
The debits and credits will be totalled and must be in balance.
The original MSR-1 with supporting papers must be received at
Regional Accounting Office not later than the 5th of each month.
Revised March 1,   1965. Vttncr;u^crf
15,  *<*5
v
Jf#*   J*
WNNfi &*ۥ* Xocal   (haffif FraigMi
find,  f8).Ze:.in$t  xmviT'z*  pertaining te
ete. unt at the *.»ho.        ^iee.
1 '        '.'5 "       •'«-•>
tho  ch« ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l^rlllll ino-U, '36.83 I'll
I Xee & a«>l& storage 0e»»
Ae aor Foaaa Jlgaa Ifrewn *&**     Qre«yie*»*
«_> . i.mi iiiiS^^asi.-*!*-. .***» »»i»&i(i?^»#&_.iii».4>i' «#»* ^^^^^^^^^^^^B	
Jtme 1 to 30 inel.,      $3_16.85 Ml $16.0©
AH accounte fear tee eupplieu by the Meiiilttita
lee & Geld Ste»»ge (5e., fer the above peric.de here been chool»d
with Few. CS. 105 and the debits ts_k..n e«oh period en Fare*
IP.38. All ehargee tm lee and Belt eupplied hate been accounted
fe_f.
or. lei?.
Tho above eueeunt wna feund to b« in good
Travelling Auditor
*\
tf ~
<•
X 2 | - L
fa&eou^er S*C»f December 21th*»1963.
Mr.G#F»Bernard,
Editor of PsaB@ii.ger and Station Accounta,
Montreal Que.
Report #2510
$MMMME B.C. - Local Wharf Freight
IclB^ Account
file above accotmt was c tec Ked for the months of
AfflfRft ®n& September. If 63. Bsbitu .covering advances om ice a»<S aalt where-&Qt
inclndea in/rate, have bean properly accounted for on form 1?3&. It was noted
however, that cterges. ehown in eoltniii 1 of form 12j$8t  l*I3tie lee Co.*1 were incorrect
in e^ery case. Hataa of $6.23 per toftfor-Iat JN_nker-'and-^#.-25 p#r ton for Hoof
funk ice being weed in error. Hates should have beaa $7.35 P^1* tc*& £op End Beaker
aad #.50 per ton for Hoof Tank. 'This brought to the attention of mil concerned*
travelling Auditor. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
AUDIT STATEMENT
Vancouver 2, B.C.
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract No.
Covering _	
Lots .  Block ~  D.I -	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent   $.
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. FORM 102 QIN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
(fiuUflc
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767 ' «Eio«3
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53.80
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:«4i- \
FORM !0.     CS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAfMr
m
File im#&
Hnoouv.;rt  3*   0«
Ifey 12th.,  1961
Mr. CI. o. Brooks
Auditor, freight I station Accounts,
Montreal, P.   CI.
Vancouver, B.C,  -k>c&1 «harf Freight
 i&iim.j^^^^,,, , „ JtosiJmfe**
Herewith wm  report covering check of the  above
©eriode »>eptimber late, to October ZAikt.§  I960.
AH Accounts for Ice supplied by the ?i*unl&nd Ice
and Oolci Storage Co., have t he mi  checked with ran tJ%J 105 and Debits
taken each period on form  #1330. All charges for lm  and Salt
supplied have tKtftti accounted for*
Attached find statement in duplicate covering errors
noted. Debits m.  BST Group *A*  special I^bit sheet received from
Montreal and cUntiiMtion ob per statement ¥orm  #1238*
Travelling Auditor.
APH. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-2~
Vancouver, B.  0. Local %mrf Freight
 IMMkL A$9.qm\? Mip,k% JLSSJJi
8/2.   ..jfrbits
S/0r #196    Bue Helniand lea ft Cold aterage Uo.
508.20
As  -oar fforct ..1238
,%H Grou^ 7781
Sept.  15
Sept.   30
155.10-
35$.10-
508.30-
Gxyup   *B%
IX.86 -
27. 01 —
33.87"
3.14 -
ikA32."
54.51-
Form 1238 for napt_uaber I960 should road Group  *A" Ataount $432.30
Group  *B* 33.07, Account duplicate Debits taken on the following
Pros.  Mom, adjusted by Z.  2.  ^Zny G.*?.Agent na  per his files to
0.  C.  Brooks,  Montreal,    ";.  %«       Copies Attached.
Group ''A*      Group*Bw
-a9f'.rB792 BRpt.   5 Pro4l469 Gar CP281307.6400 lbs Arat.$26.40<Plus  2.02.
-A      3793    » 5    * 41470     *    0*289834,4000     *       '♦      16. W"      1.26^
1       8794     * 7      *  41549     *    CP281850.4000
n       8795     "       11     * 41614     •    CP289557.4000
3/5 ^ba.tji
S/Dr 0im Bu€t Mainland tm & Cold Storage  Go.
it
■
tl
16.50- *
16.&0    *
l.SSe.
1.136 •„
October 1960
475.20
As,   ,j<--r   ''ona /12^8
Bate Grom? kA
'*!?<»
"ct.  14
Oct.   31
:>04.80^
smbM ^
475.20/
Grr_op.p, zA
15.65
man
36.35
Greup aft* **",
30.34 ^~
158.71^
195.06^ CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM     I
y/S 88425-f  FfC
Vancouver Imvl Wharf Freight, B.C.
Hay 10th, 1961
Mr. G.C. Brook*
JUF. * tO.
Montreal, ^ue.
m^ m «m ®»v%t&m
Please refer to your file OS. 73BA0-2D, ei«arij_g #17.7_» o»
leieg Pro 81%* ear AF&JA-125 #32, P/i_ February 21/4__9
Our application should have read for #1.20 only and tin
difference of flfc*50 ie available for the credit of your file
ae above at Special Debit September I960, It«__ 196, part of
§508.20.
Mill yea please arrange absorption.
A.F. JLsPage
General Agent
<x <_- -Am AA
FfQ/ia. _!__>    f"-55
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
OFFICE OF THE FREIGHT AGENT
FORM
In y<\ur reply refer to File No.
T!*8
0/8 91258-F
0/s 91259-f   nc
Q/S 91263*F
Auditor of Freight Receipts,
Montreal.
StationfgMM^ (-9701 ■•)   ProvJUC*  	
Date   ^...lOfcfcjL. 19^?r:,
Dear Sir:—-
Please find below particulars of an O/S for which relief is required.
Waybill Particulars:
Name of Billing Road Delivering Road
Route and Junctions	
Amount  O/S   §tf^Q£.'..
$U26
♦1.26
Date
19..
No.
From
No. (
Prov.
\    or
)  State
To
No. (
Prov.
n    or
)  State
Car
Initials
No	
Pro. No.
Commodity
Evidence of Weight
Gross 	
Tare 	
Allow 	
Net	
Tariff Reference 	
Classification   Reference
Eastern Region
Prairie
Pacific
Lines in Maine
"     Vt.
Frt. Surcharge
F.F.C.
TOTAL
EA&
AS REPORTED
Weight
Rate
Freight
Advances
Surcharge
Prepaid
Collect
AS SHOULD BE
O/C
Explanation: ieing Pro 3792 0/S #2.02 feb.6l AFteATS i»oea_ Sheet 19 Une 43
•      8793   *   |l«2e      • » »      *     19     "   44
 ■ »:; m$ * #M& * ■ » • ■•»•, » It * 4fr
 Fwm..;i_236.*tfca9h^^^	
tzA b/jAZTA*
FVC/is.
Unci.
Where more than one Waybill is involved
complete and attach Form 349
Yours truly,
§#&wai insist
Freight Agent. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM - Al^QJS
Montreal,   January 2h,   l^K.
■Mr* A* L. McDonnell,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Ice and Salt supplied at Vancouver (C.P.R*)
on cars ordered by Y«& L«I*Ry*	
Referring to your letter dased December 22nd, also
your undated letter received January 3rd*
To bring this matter into line it has now been decided
that when such services are performed, amounts should be advanced
by Freight Agent Vancouver, C*P«R., on the V.& L.I.Rye Agent, for "
both ice and salt, special debits to be taken by the former on his
Balance Sheet for the value of the ice and salt supplied.  It is
important to note that the advances should be at tariff rate, not
at actual cost.
By this method Ice Companyfs bills would jfo to
Mr. Daly, District Accountant, and amounts wo Id be available in
this office account special debits taken by Vancouver C.P.R. freight
Agent e
It is noted the Mainland Ice & Cold Storage Company
Ltd. are rendering new accounts for May, June and July, and that
they are sending same to you. Would advise it will be in order to
carry out the suggestion made by you, which will be in keeping with
the arrangement as outlined above* When placing special debits in
question, will you please see Agent quotes this file number, and
at the same time will you please obtain Agent's explanation as to
why special debit was not taken for the icing in accordance wi th
the instructions in effect.
1th regard to remarks made in your letter of December
22nd re May, June and July accounts, v\.ould advise that upon receipt
of- account for May same was referred to Mr#E« Fe Lawson, and that FORM 102
^
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
A 159^07-3
Mr.   A.   L.  ivicConnell.
Montreal,   January 24,   1944,
- 2  -
under date of July 7th, his file 499721-6, account is weuaCte returned
to Mr. C. A. Cotterell, Assistant General Superintendent, Vancouver,
requesting him to handle. With regard to the June account, this
also was ■ turned over to Mr. Law son apid under daue of July 31st same
was also returned to Mr.C. A. Cotterell, under his file 4^3515, requesting that it be handled by him.  As it is noted the Mainland Ice
& Cold Storage Co. Ltd. are rendering .new account for July 1943 I
am retaining account originally rendered by them for rny records.
Regarding the method which Agent Vancouver Central
would require to use to get clearance of the outstanding created by
Agent Vancouver Freight C.P.R., advancing ice and salt charges on
him.  If, upon billing shipments out to final de    :ion, same
should be covered by through refrigeration, V.& L.I. Agent would
require to make application to Mr. Lawson for clearance, attaching
all necessary papers.  If not covered by through refrigeration,
V.& -L.I. Agent should either collect or re-advance charges.
In connection with the clearance of Vancouver Central
V.& L.I.Ry. outstanding of $30 ^Of papers are again being referred
to Mr. Lawson with request that he send claim card to Agent in clearance of his outstanding.
Will you kindly noise, and when instructing Agent
Vancouver C.P.R. re method of accounting for both ice and salt supplied
in such cases, will you please see that copies of your instructions are
forwarded to this office. Will you also kindly arrange to see that
the Agent at Vancouver Central understands the situation so far as his
office is concerned.
J J1
Auditor of Agencies. 

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