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 SUPPLEMENT No. 16 TO
^ P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 3295
TE & N. Ry., C.T.C. No. 678
Cancels Supplement No. 15
Includes all changes
REISSUE
REDUCTION
CHANGE
SUPPLEMENT No. 15 TO
C.P.Ry., I.CC. No. W. 834
Cancels Supplement No. 14
Supplement No. 15 contains all changes
from the original Tariff that are
effective on date hereof
SUPPLEMENT No. 16 TO
C.P.Ry. No. W. 571
E. & N.Ry. No. 131
Cancels Supplement No. 15
Includes all changes
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
IN CONNECTION WITH
THE ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY COMPANY (FX 5, No. 1)
LOCAL AND JOINT, COMPETITIVE AND PROPORTIONAL FREIGHT TARIFF
COVERING
INTERSWITCHING  CHARGES
ON CARLOAD TRAFFIC
ALSO RULES GOVERNING
ABSORPTION OF CARTAGE, LOADING, PUMPING,
SWITCHING, TRANSFER, UNLOADING OR
WHARFAGE CHARGES
AT STATIONS ON THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
THE ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY COMPANY
Governed, except as otherwise provided herein, by Canadian Freight Classification No. 19
(I.CC. No. 105, C.T.C No. 983, of W. M. Matthews, Agent), C.P.Ry. No. W. 111-A,
supplements to or successive issues thereof.
Amend Tariff as shown herein
Subject to Rules and Conditions of Original Tariff
ISSUED 26th JUNE, 1941
ccccn-T.Mcf Between points in Canada, 1st July, 1941
thl-LLrl IVI=.^Toorfrom points in United States, 1st August, 1941
(Except as otherwise provided herein)
H.W. GILLIS,
Asst. Freight Traffic Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway and
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway,
Canadian Pacific Station,
Winnipeg, Man.
Issued by
W. E. ARNOLD,
Chief of Tariff Bureau,
Canadian Pacific Railway4
Canadian Pacific Station.
Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
1400-11 Supp. No. 16 to Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 571
-v
Refer to pages 3 and 4 of Tariff and as amended and amend as follows:
SECTION 1
INTERSWITCHING
Alphabetical List of Interchange Points with Connecting Railways at which rates and provisions
named in Items Nos. 5 to 50, Section 2 of Tariff, will apply.
INTERCHANGE POINTS
RAILWAYS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
[TjBoissevain  Man.
11128
OBrandon Man.
11128
BElko:. B.C.
EFernie B.C.
10781
EaPrinceton B.C.
14434
[^Vancouver B.C.
13445
■ ■■
[ JCanadian National Railways.
zzx
fill
\   Morrissey, Fernie and Michel Railway Company, Limited.
###
British Columbia Electric Railway Company, Limited.
©Canadian National Railways.
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company.
Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway Company.
(Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Lessee).
©Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and Navigation Co.
©National Harbours Board (Terminal Railway).
(Formerly Vancouver Harbour Commissioners Terminal Railway).
■■■Cancel Great Northern Railway Company (The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway Company), account
line of the Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway extending from the International Boundary south of Bannerman,
Man., to and including Brandon, Man., abandoned.
Issued under authority of Order of The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, No. 53092 of May 14th,
1936.
XXXCancel Crow's Nest Southern Railway Company (Great Northern Railway Company), account line of the Crow's Nest
Southern Railway extending from Fernie, B.C., to Newgate, B.C., abandoned.
Issued under authority of Order of The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, No. 53515 of October 2nd,
1936.
###Cancel; account line of the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and Navigation Company (Great Northern
Railway Company) north of Hedley, B.C., to and including Princeton, B.C., abandoned.
Issued in accordance with Order of The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada No. 54909, dated September
30th, 1937.
JEliminate (®) reference mark and explanation reading "Carloads interswitched through Brandon, Saskatchewan &
Hudson's Bay Railway Company." Account direct connection.
©Carloads interswitched through National Harbours Board (Terminal Railway).
©Applies only in connection with Export and Import Traffic as shown in Item No. 100, page 8 of Tariff as amended.
©Component line of Great Northern Railway Company.
B Reissued from Supplement No. 4, effective 14th June, 1936.
[c] Reissued from Supplement No. 6, effective 24th October, 1936.
m R*i*cimrJfrom Supplement No. 9, between points in Canada, effective 4th January, 1938.
IH neissuec^from supplement No. 9, to or from points in United States, effective 1st February, 1938.
HaReissued from Supplement No. 9, effective 1st February, 1938. Supp. No. 16 to Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 571
C
r
Refer to pages 7 and 8 of Tariff and amend as follows:
SECTION 3
ABSORPTION OF SWITCHING CHARGES ON CARLOAD TRAFFIC
Applicable at Points shown in Section 1, pages 3 and 4 of Tariff as amended
Issued u nder authority of The Board of Tran sport Commissioners for Canada, General Order No. 252,
dated Ottawa, Ont., 26th October, 1918.
Item
Nos.
98
APPLICATION
At Port Arthur, Ont.:
Applicable on Canadian Traffic:
On Pulpwood delivered at the Thunder Bay Paper Co.'s Current River Mill the interswitching
charge of the Canadian National Railways will be absorbed.
Issued to meet water competition.
Reissued from Supplement No. 11 to C.T.C. No. W. 3295, effective 15th July, 1938.
70335
100-A
Cancels!
100
At Vancouver, B.C.:
On Export and Import Traffic:
Except as otherwise provided in individual rate items, the Canadian Pacific Railway will absorb on
Export and Import Traffic, except bulk grain, interchanged at Vancouver, B.C., with fNational Harbours
Board (Terminal Railway), on which the Canadian Pacific Railway receives a road haul, fNational
Harbours Board (Terminal Railway) switching charge of $3.50 per car.
fFormerly Vancouver Harbour Commissioners Terminal Railway.
Roieenori f™rvJSupplement No. 9, between points in Canada, effective 4th January, 1938.
neissuea Tro™^supplement No. 9, to or from points in United States, effective 1st Februj
February, 1938.
92337—13445
Refer to pages 8 to 10, inclusive, of Tariff and as amended and amend as follows:
SECTION 4
ABSORPTION ARRANGEMENTS
Item
No.
APPLICATION
120-H
Cancels'
120-G
Absorption of Car Loading Charges at Vancouver and New Westminster, B.C, on Carload
Traffic originating at Pacific Coast ports in Canada and the United States, including Alaska,
delivered by Steamship Lines and reforwarded by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to
competitive points east of AOdlum (formerly Petain), B.C, or Spokane, Wash.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company will absorb at Vancouver and New Westminster, B.C., the
actual cost of loading carload freight, other than freight in bulk, into cars, not exceeding sixty (60)
cents per ton of 2,000 lbs., at the wharves of the companies specified below, when such freight originates
at a Pacific Coast port in Canada or the United States, including Alaska; is delivered by a Steamship
Line, and is destined to points east of AOdlum (formerly Petain), B.C., or Spokane, Wash., also reached
at equal rates by the Great Northern Railway Company, Northern Pacific Railway Company, or the
Canadian National Railways, direct or through their connections.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
m
©Buckerfield's Wharf, Ltd.
Canadian National Steamships.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
Coastwise Pier Limited.
Evans, Coleman Wharf Company Ltd
Great Northern Railway Company.
©Applicable for Canned Fish only.
©Applicable for Fish Meal only.
■■Reference"®" and explanation reading "Applicable for Canned Fish and Fish Meal only," eliminated;
provisions of this item will hereafter apply.
***Eliminate Canadian Government Merchant Marine.
JIJEliminate Kingsley Navigation Company Dock.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd. (Operating FraserfRiver Dock and Stevedoring Co. Ltd.).
National Harbours Board Piers.
(Formerly Vancouver Harbour Commissioners' Piers)
©New England Fish Company.
■■Packers Steamship Company Limited Dock.
Terminal Dock & Warehouse Company Ltd.
Union Steamships Limited.
17458
cfft_r+\x/JBetween points in Canada, 1st July, 1941, in Supplement No. 16 to C.T.C. No. W. 3295.
nneciive|To Qr frQm points in ynited States, 1st August, 1941, in Supplement No. 15 to I.CC No. W. 834.
eChange.
^Change. Supp. No. 16 to Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 571
Refer to pages 8 to 10, inclusive, of Tariff and as amended and amend as follows:
SECTION 4
ABSORPTION ARRANGEMENTS—Concluded
Item
No.
APPLICATION
135-J
Cancels
135-1
Absorption of Wharfage, Loading, Pumping, Unloading and Transfer Charges at Vancouver
and New Westminster, B.C, also Wharfage and Transfer Charges at Victoria, B.C., on Import
and Export Traffic received from or delivered to Ocean Lines in connection with the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
Unless otherwise specifically provided in individual tariffs, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
will absorb at Vancouver, New Westminster and Victoria, B.C., on traffic moving from or to points in
the United States shown in Trans-Continental Freight Bureau Tariffs Nos. A2-K, 4-R, 29-D and A30-D,
I.CC. Nos. A1464,1458, 1454 and A1467, respectively, of L. E. Kipp, Agent, supplements to or successive
issues thereof, also from or to points in Canada, east of the Province of Saskatchewan. (See Note 1 below):
Crossing the 170th Meridian of West Longitude and originating at or destined points west thereof;
Originating at or destined to all points in Oceania (except the Hawaiian Islands) on and east of
the 170th Meridian of West Longitude:
C.F.A. 9538 5860
(a) Proportion of wharfage charges shown below over the wharves of the Companies specified
herein:
On Import Traffic covered by through bills of lading to destinations as above named, or
re-consigned to such destinations within twelve (12) months after complete discharge of the
vessel, fifty per cent. (50%) of wharfage charge will be absorbed, the maximum absorption to
be 4one dollar ($1.00) per 2,000 lbs. (See Exception).
Exception—No wharfage will be absorbed on bulk oils.
On Export Traffic moving under tariffs and to destinations as shown above, fifty per cent.
(50%) of wharfage charge will be absorbed, where such wharfage does not exceed fifty (50) cents
per 2,000 lbs. (See Exception).
Exception—No wharfage will be absorbed on bulk grain.
(b) Loading Charges at Vancouver and New Westminster, B.C., not in excess of 4two dollars
($2.00) per 2,000 lbs. (See Exception).
Exception—No loading or pumping will be absorbed on bulk oils.
(c) Unloading Charges at Vancouver and New Westminster, B.C, not in excess of fifty (50)
cents per 2,000 lbs. (See Exceptions 1 and 2).
Exceptions—1. Automobiles, Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, boxed or crated or on own
wheels, eighty (80) cents per 2,000 lbs.
2. No unloading charges will be absorbed on bulk grain.
S.F. 533-A-7740
(d) Transfer Charges—Cost of transferring Less than Carload freight between wharves as herein
after specified and Canadian Pacific Railway Freight Depots or Wharves not in excess of
seven (7) cents per 100 lbs., with a minimum of thirty-five (35) cents per shipment.
Note 1—The absorptions authorized herein will also be made on traffic originating at, or destined
to, points in the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta on which the rail rates from or to such points
are the same as those from or to points beyond in Manitoba.	
Port
Name of Wharf Company
New Westminster B.C
Pacific Coast Terminals Limited.
6251
Vancouver. B.C
Canadian National Steamships ■(***).
Canadian Pacific Railway Company (British Columbia Coast Steamship
Service).
Coastwise Pier Limited.
17458
Evans, Coleman Wharf Company, Limited.
Great Northern Railway Docks.
ro
National Harbours Board Piers.
(Formerly Vancouver Harbour Commissioners' Piers)
Terminal Dock & Warehouse Company, Limited.       	
Victoria B.C
(Canadian National Steamships (***Ogden Point).
(Rithet Consolidated, Ltd.	
C.F.A. 8192
98675—86190—13803
***Eliminate Canadian Government Merchant Marine.
tt {Eliminate Kingsley Navigation Company Dock.
Fffpr+:v^/Between points in Canada, 1st July, 1941, in Supplement No. 16 to C.T.C. No. W. 3295
ETTGCTive^To Qr from points jn unjtec| states, 1st August, 1941, in Supplement No. 15 to I.CC. I
No. W. 834.
eChange.
AChange.
4Reduction. Jit
FORM 101 CJJU
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM   g^gg^
f. R* Clark* £sq*
Isgarding rail traffic account Hr.A.A.F.1. aM the Tietuaiiing
Department of the British admiralty, which is again being loaded to
supply ships at thi© Pacific Coast Terminals.
the same conditions as regards application of rail rates, absorption of terminals that were in effect whan these vessels previously
loaded at Mew Westminster, as outlined in ny letter to you of March 9th,
1944, and subsequent correspondence, will also apply, subject of course, .
to application of A*A*1*« Section S8f Quotation tUMfc, as outlined in my
letter of June 6th* The above instructions do not apply in connection
with traffic for naintenance Teasels which should be treated as domestic
traffio subject to full terminal charges with no absorption*
legarding traffic for supply ships. It is agreed with M.A*A.F.I*
and the British Admiralty that their ehipaents would be consigned for
furtherance to Australia and the name of ship also designated* I understand
this has not been done, on recent shipments account the British Admiralty
fro®. Hew York, and I have asked the representative et Hew Westminster to
conflxn this information with you on shipments not properly designated*
I have assurance that steps wiH be taken to see that future ship-
seats are properly consigned*
f^d.) R. M. FETTERLY
mwmm mmmT A&ara*
ceo J« Eaiisayf Ssq#    • FORM tO 1<I»£
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
im?**2%
Vancouver,  B*  6*, March 15, 1945*
4« T*  fill r? 'hb/,    *$,
ferriag to your letter of M^rch 12th, file
T#94920 in- connection with outward cargo for the
s*s* wforl ;elw, during January, account tha British
admiralty*
pljinr: proof
repre sent-
of work h-
^om.%    He ha
;e& the
/tation with the Briti
re, ;w;o advises th
m I ite un- fcl -  1 .
ew1inii1w however, to drop
alty
saure
3 me
ri.il
ra
sometiae :n nd line up i c?:rt
satisfy our ?equlr&aents«    It appears that they
already made a » invoice forms but Wkef - re   »ot» ia tUe
em taiiii W NfA*j?I ttA unfortunately do
not show any reference to the inward ear nu^b^rs*
(Sgd.)R. M, FETTERLi
?eo*    J, ftewey,
BP
pP FORM 101 (2sS
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
B~5189?-iA
Tancouver, B#0*f W®hmmf 28, IMS*
* f* .villoughby, Esq*
Beferring to your letter of February 10th,
file f#94920, in connection with the s.tf. nFort Wrangel*,
outward January*
1 &oe enclose proof of exportation covering the Wkttt  shipments which cleared by above vessel,
which Bill enable you to adjust the rail charges and the'
absorption of half wharfage ant car unloading ShftXfpft*
1 have not yet been able to obtain similar
documents from the British admiraltyf but they have
prQiidsod to let me have same very shortly*
.)K..M. FETTERLT
tm numPB 7(im*s
ceo*    !• iaitsay., leqt* ({COPY))}
-
CANADIAN PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
File or Claim   F-2196
Vancouver, B. C., March    19, 1945
A. T# willoughbyt Esq..
Referring to your letter of March 16th, file
F-97907 WHH, in connection with overland cargo loaded on
board the s.s. "Greenhlll Park", at Pier "B",
In view of the fact .that the provisions of
the export tariff have been eompJted with, overland cargo
delivered to this vessel should be treated as such   and
terminal charges assessed in accordance with B.C.C.S 4542.
We will of course, absorb unloading and half wharfage and
you should bill the Canada Shipping Co. Ltd., with the
handling charges and the balance of the wharfage charges.
(sgd)  F. M. Fetterly
FQREIGB FRBI CBS AGE W.. F~9790?-WHK
Tancouver Wharf, 3* C§ March 16/45*
Mr* K*    M* Fetterly,
foreign Freight Agent,
Tancouver,    S# c»
Dear Sir:
la connection with Manifest account cargo    loaded at
Tancouver Wharf to the SS    wGreenhill Park®,  in
©onversation with Mr* Montgomery cf    Canada Shipping
Co*,  the usual number of copies will be forthcoming
within the nesy day or so*
On    Overland cargo, the general practise is to collect
-fr wharfage and handling charge, and to absorb     ^
wharfage and unloading charge on freight ex our lines*
Due to the unfortunate explosira aboard this steamer,
I understand that the salvaged cargo is being discharged
at the Ballantyne Pier*    Under the circumstances, please
advise if it is the intention to base our terminal
asseasments in accordance with rates, provided for in
BCCS Tarif 454E*
Yours truly,
MEW
WHAJtF AGUTOs fm$mm*mmm
faiiccuver
■ fB*^*, Febraajry 20t 1945*
Fetteyfer,
fteigttfc Agent,
,te.* m* if.
Jfanoo tnrea% B*c*
.Dear Sin
Beferring to your letter of the 14th instant, file B-^1857*^,
in connection with BhijmmntB acco nt the British Adtairalty forwarded on
the S*3*fert ia?an@ell#  It is now nearly six neeka since this steamer
sailed and up to date we liOTe'no* lean furnished with the promised certified statement of exportation*  Yen uimerstand, of course,, that we ere
carrying a considerable ansotmt in our cmt standing® on this account and
I would gppreciats the desired information at the earliest possible date*
Ycnrs truly,
f 00 s Mr* F* J* Raiasay, travelling inditer, Vancouver,B** F* 94920*lBHo
Vancouver Wharf fB#G*, February 20, 1945*
Mr. Fs J* Bamsay,
!Er avail ing Auditor,
Vancouver, B»C*
Dear Sir:
Sinj^ January 17thjp6 have endeavoured to obtain a manifest covering
shipments fofrrr^Hierl nn t^rrfTTRiFnrt firangell*     Due to the fact that this
freight is in connection with H*A*A*I*I* and British Admiralty, Mr* Fetterly
informed us that vm are to receive a certified statement of exportation as
soon as completed*      Our efforts to obtain this document have not been
successful and I am again tracing the traffic department in connection with
this matter*
Tours tr
MIH* CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY CO
MPAN^6
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver,  B.C. April  4th,1945,
y
Montreal,
en,
-    ]  I        J     A   ■*-,■■    2:        ,
Itear Sir.,
ipire Shipping Co
Absorption of Unloading Charges on
Export Traffic to U*S.3.R*
Your letter of March , -148551-B
I hereto attach copy of my lettur of April 2nd
to rharf Freight Agent,Vancouver, instructing    with respect
to the above refunds*
111
ccount in hand fl ;d
ith the Empire Shippii within the
_/Q m
fill "b e on  the  clai:
eii
.:      2  'US..61        '2.
eclaration
outlir
Yours
Travelling Auditori CANADIAN   PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B*C. April 2nd,1945*
Mr. A* f, miloughby
BJhmmf  Freight Agent
Vancouver,      B.C*
Dear Sir*,
Empire Shipping Co*
Absorption of Unloading Charges on
Bxport Traffio to U* S* 3* R*
There is,at present,goods on hand in storage in ahed
space rented to the Impire Shipping Co at Ballantyne Pier by the
National Harbour Board,for eventual export to the U*S*S#R*
Other shipments,! understand will arrive from time to
time*
The National Harbour B0ard in this instance are entirely
divorced from the unloading of the o#4s,that is to say^the Empire
Shipping Co through contract with the Jmpire Stevedoring Co are doing
it themselves paying the Stevedoring Co direct for the service*The
Empire Shipping Co destte refund of the absorbable portion vi&, *50#
per ton and before cars have cleared by steamer*T$}ey will submit bills
to gmum you accordingly*
It has been agreed by Mr.lawson,his file F.A.1434 that
you make refund to the Empire Shipping Go for the unloading charges
before actual export of the goods and thie letter will,therefore,be
your authority to do so*
To protect ourselves you should obtain release from the
National Harbour Board or,before payment, make the usual enquiries to
satisfy yourself that the H*H«B* will eventually bill us for the half
wharfage only and make this declaration in the claim before submitting
it to Mr. lawson for clearance*
Kindly acknowledge*
Yours truly,
CC* Mr. E.M.Fetterly. Travelling Auditor!
This refers to your letter of February 23rd and my recent
conversation with your Mr.Fletcher*
You will note Mr.Willoughby is authorised to make payments
for unloading to the Empire Shipping Co before proof of
exportation* Vancouver, B.C. Febraary 24th,1945*
Mr* F.J.Robertson,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal,     Que,
P
BDenv  Sir*, ,     IT (^ x
Attached please find letter of February 23rd from
Mr.Fetterly,our Foreign Freight Agent,in connection with the absorption of unloading charges 50^ per ton on traffic for eventual export
to the U.S.S.R. The gooc^/at present are in storage in shed space
rented to the Empire Shipping Co at Ballantyne Pier hy  the national
HpTbour Board.
You will observe the Bock Co. the National Harbour
Board in this ease are entirely divorced froa the unloading that the
Empire Shipping Co through contract with the Empire Stevedoring Co
are doing it themselves paying the Stevedoring Co direct for the
service.The Empire Shipping Co desire refund of the absorbable
portion viz.50/ per ton and before the cars h„ve cleared by steamer*
tt^^v^Xn this connection I would refer you to your file
0-148551*BJffev Westminster where Mr.Lawson,in much similar circumstances,agreed to the diebursement to the Pacific Coast Terminal Co before
proof of export. There is,of course,another point the Empire Shipping
Co is not a dock company,shipping agents only,and is not included in
the list of wharf companies in tariff W-571-A* This may,however,hsve
no undue influenee in reaching a decision ef making payments to them*
Vancouver Wharf agent,! imagine could possibly get some form of
release from the National Harbour Board on these shipments if necessary
or make the usual enquiries to satisfy themselves before payment and
mate the declaration in the claim before submitting it*
You will observe the National Harbour Board -is to
eventually bill ua for half wharfage only after traffic has cleared
and proof of export furnished*    f
Will you kindly let me  hear from you as early as
possible together with copy of instructions to agent Vancouver Wharf.
Yours truly,
Travelling Auditor.
j CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~148551~B
lontreal/ March 13, 1945.
Mr. J. Ramsay,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B#C.
Empire Shipping Company
Absorption of Unloading charges
on Export Traffic to U.S.S.R*.
Referring to your letter of
February 84th.
Under date of March 9th., file
F.A. 1434, Mr. Lawson advises the arrangement as
outlined in your letter is satisfactory to him presuming Agent Vancouver Wharf understands the requirements and takes the necessary precaution to protect
the Company as far as possible.
Please instruct Agent Vancouver
Wharf to obtain formal release from the National
Harbour Board or make the usual enquiries before payment and declaration of claim before submission.
Advise nature of your instructions
to Agent and date the arrangement will become effective,
eb/bb
Agencies* Vancouver, B.C. February 24th,3(1045*
Mr. F.J.Robertson,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal,    Que *
£&&r  Sir**
Attached please find letter of February 33rd from
Mr.Fetterly,our Foreign Freight Agent,in connection with the absorption of unloading eiuuges §00 par ton on traffio for eventual export
to the U.S.S.R* The good at present are in storage in shed spaee
rented to the Empire Shipping Co at Ballantyne Pier hy  the national
Harbour Board.
You will observe the Dock Co. the national Harbour
Board in $his ease are entirely divorced from the unloading that the
Empire Shipping Co through contract with the Bmpire Stevedoring Co
are doing it themselves paying  the Stevedoring Co direct for the
serviee.The Smpire Shipping Co desire refund of the absorbable
portion viiu50$f par ton and before the cars h^ve cleared by steamer*
In this connection I would wife* you to your file
G-148551-B New Westminster wfaare Mr.Lewson,in much similar circumstances,agreed to the disbursement to th® Paeifio Coast Terminal Co before
proof of export. There is,of course,another point the Jtapire Shipping
Co is not a dock eempany,shipping agents only,and is not included in
the list of wharf companies in tariff W-571-A. This may,however,have
no undue influence in reaohing a decision of making payments to them.
Vancouver Wharf agent,! imagine could possibly -get some form of
release from the national Harbour Board on these shipments if necessary
or make the usual enquiries to satisfy themselves before payment and
make the declaration in the claim before submitting it*
You will observe the national Barbour Board is to
eventually bill urn  for half wharfage only after traffic lias cleared
and proof of export furnished*
Will you kindly let me hear from you as early as
possible together with copy of instructions to agent Vancouver ih&rf*
Yours truly,
Travelling Auditor*  Way Billed From
VANCOUVER
WHARF
Date
Customs Report No.
Advise.
Pro. No.
Form 12FH
Sheet No.
Received from the   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  CO.
The following described property in apparent good order'
Date of W. B.
Series and No. of W. Ef.
Initial and No. of Car
Consignor
Connecting Line Reference
Original Point of Shipment
Original W. B. No. and Date
Original Car
ARTICLES AND MARKS
The surrender of the original "order" Bill of Lading properly endorsed shall be required before
the delivery of the goods. Inspection of the goods covered by this Bill of Lading will not be permitted
unless provided by law or unless permission is endorsed on the original Bill of Lading or given in
writing by the shipper.
WEIGHT
RATE
Receiver's Signature
Date_	
_19       Del'd by Teamster.
Checker	
CHARGES
Make cheques payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway.
Mail to Wharf Freight Agent. y8 •Is
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° o £
cu   o
. "o  £ -o  ot
"*   «   «   a5
'■■>» IS -i £
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VANCOUVER Date
WHARF
To the order of_
Customs Report No.
Advise.
Pro. No.
Form 12FJf
Sheet No.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
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Way Billed From Date of W. B. Series and No. of W. B. I nitial and No. of Car
Consignor
Connecting Line Reference
Original Point of Shipment
Original W. B. No. and Date
Original Car
ARTICLES AND MARKS
The surrender of the original "order" Bill of Lading properly endorsed shall be required before
the delivery of the goods. Inspection of the goods covered bythis Bill of Lading will not be permitted
unless provided by law or unless permission is endorsed on the original Bill of Lading or given in
writing by the shipper.
WEIGHT RATE
Deliver to
Del'd by_
Consignee.
CHARGES
< <
PI
Make cheques payable"tolorder of Canadian Pacific Railway.   Mail to Wharf Freight Agent.  -
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
iLE OR CL-kltf '   /"*A
FORM 101 &J
■;c-
tie' :•   I
-f FORM  lOtd'N,
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-■»
I*   f*     illo
I Porsairy ip 1945*
bll]
whit
of t
BX'lAQi
;aln eokPz::,  oB stealers'
val
bt i
mm ■
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wil
t*l   i
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i
/Lor, FORM lOlUJN,
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
file or claim        Decsmber 18,   1944
P-51897-A
Messrs.
Kutional Harbours Boardf
Foot of D&nlevy  Aw*«
r ear rdrs:
in.co on
e to my  letter
for account, of
If ttl,
.'sor'
to
Vancouver
ro 12,
Gross
, Pre
11 c on.
:aining 1045 caa.
Vancouver
p* IS/10041
r t i -7
ember  13 tb   conta:
B A3 ttl
: .-er
i r o®
oefaalle,    U   v # 9   :-'0V-
1000 cases Dessert t'ow-
fours truly,
<*•) K. M, FETTERLY
cc A. T. Willoughby. Esq, - Please note. Aa the^rate on the
Canned Goods from Trenton Is lower than the export rate, and
there are no export rates on the car from .New Rochelle there
Is no question of export rate Involved. However, you should
absorb terminal charges as per CP Tariff $ 571-A. You should,
of course, be sure you receive memo manifest signed by Shipping Agent, as proof of export.
ceo J* Ransay, ISsc* ...-  -      .   - " FORM 101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Dooember 8, 1944
F-51897-A
Messrs.
national Harbours Board,
:t of Funlevy St.,
Vancouver, B» 0.
Doar Sirsi
With further reference to my loiters of October
17th and December 2nd, in connection with traffic for ac-
ut of H.A.A.F.I., for forwardance on supply ships*
'"Bib  following shipments are consigned to  »A»AtF*X«
P&ry Naval Depot, Ballantyne Pier, Vancouver, for ex-
►t to Sydney, Australia on -R.N'. Supply Ship Mo. 10.
Vancouver Wharf Pro 12/820;:, fcftF 119062 from i/oirs Ltd.
Halifax, uoveaber 23rd, containing 454 cases of Candy.
Vancouver -liarf Fro 12/8207, ®f  246:J00 f«Bi K*A,A« *I#f
Toronto November 24 u., containing lob cases of Writ!
Paper.
The above shipments conform to the provisions of
our export Tariff C.^.A. 9-0 and absorption Tariff C.P.W.
571-A, and we have therefore agreed to absorb terminal charges in accordance with the latter tariff.
lours truly,
cfclt. T. Willoughby, Esq. - Confirming ^p3ibj^
Mr. Scott, advising you export rates on the above cars should
apply.
cc J. Ramsay, Esq* FORM 1Q1*(S)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Dec- 7,   1344*
~l>lc$97-A#
'• *
ance to my lett*.      ;ct-
! in connection with traffic
*fc of B,     »1,, fer forwardance on supply
£»   E O   I   1   i
antyna rierj Vancouver, B, B#l for export to
trails    ;«V,. ,-."        j  3, io.
Vancouver Wharf Pro 1 . 62
froi
ai ,
v« k*4, con.tail
re  car oonfor/ns   to  fc] ^visions  of  our
. P » A.•    l-)"w '' f £   £ t i g | i    571 H&,
jierefore  agreed   to  a .   in
I   with :;ter   tariff*
lours   truly.
(Sgd.) K. M. FETTERLY
cc/a. I. Willoughby, Esq.5- It will be in'order for    Io
apply export rates in accordance with my letter of December 1st., and absorb terminal charges in accordance with
C.F.W* 571-A.  With reference to your Pro 12/10041, covering
1,000 cases of Dessert Powder etc., from gen loehelle, Mew
York, November 15th in UILM  18375.  So far we have not received authority to apply export rates and absorb terminal
charges on any traffic from the U. S., billed to l.A.A.F.I.
for Supply Ships, therefore, please see that terminal charges are not absorbed bn this car.
CC J. ^Amgj»v  "R^O** FORM 101QK
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
December  2,   1944
l''-biaj7-A.
Iossrs.
i-ational   . 'Our;
Foot of Dunle
Vancouver, i># G.
Pear Sirs:
oard,
deferring to my letter October 17th, in connection
with traffic for account of ,.^:i»FJ., for forwardance on
supply ships.
The following cars of Canteen Supplies shi,-    kj
.1*, Toronto and kontreal are consigned to  J » *r*X.
aval Depot, Ballantyne Pier, Vancouver     t4
for export to Sydney, Australia, on H* /.   Supply Ship Mo. 10:
Vancouver Wharf Pro 12/8048  CP  844899 from Toronto
-■r 22 \d, containing "Al  cases
"•/anc       xri   Pro 12/8047  OP  227802 frc   ronto
ive '>er 22nd. containing 1215 cas.
IF-eneowre    -rf Pro 11/8954
*er K8nd t  6 o iteii
oi fro    xtreal
PiP)  oasas
4/8961 CP tt7tS7 froii    *e«l
todf cental.     602 cases
Vanco'
■-d     v
d.   cont*
al
/l     r» <n o o Hi
*_&      W CI 59 'SS £»
Vancouver   ,7harf Pro  12/8045     UP     288456  fr
>vember  2brd,   containing     ooo  c
The  above  cars  conf
port  Tariff  G#F*A«   9-G- arid
ire  ha jhi   therefore  agreed  to al
ance  wit; lar,tor  Tariff,
PW?S
iriff
ial
our ex-
571-A,   and
i  accord-
fours   truly,
(Sgd,) K. M. FETTEELY
FOREIGN AGENT, CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
P—-
Messrs*
lational Harbours Board,
Foot of Dunlevy Ave.,
Vane ouver, B. C.
-2~
December 2, 1944*
cc A- T. Willoughby, Esq,
%B
."^v
Please  note.
co%3t* 'Ramsay,   Esq, CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
'-51S97-A
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, Bm   C*, December 1, 1044,
A. T. Tllioufihby, Esq,
This will confirm fphone conversation      /. Scott
in connection with CP 222551, 224360 and 227127, containing
, con- , /Ami  . 1, care of Ballantyne
Pier, for export tc I traila e^ o. Io.
It will
in aceordanca wi
accordance with     :71-A, on
ostlc rate will be lower tl
Cigarettes an
ts*
order for you to a
*A* Tariff 9~Q$   an
traffic.    some
e export rate, foj
nd second class n
e It    :40 Q§
pounds, m.in.
, rates
tals in
ises the
.nstarice.
while weights of the .miscellaneous c
copy of waybill 19417, 6? 227127 tt wov.
would figure lower by using the rate of .,2.46 on AB,:
and Tobacco and the class rates on  the other ec
This movement will continue for some b
billed from Eastern Canada. There will be sod
,>uch as feeve aires    ;ved, but we i
will eonslst of pool cars.  It is traff:
be consigned to V^ *&-+] .!•, In care of Bella ■ Pi(
notation in the body of 7 8 bill of lad in./; (for expoi
Australia e .Supply Ship Mo.—***),* It will also \
for you to apply the export raters on traffic so bilit
sorb terminals. will a manlfc
ship13 igent    roof of axport.
ths and will be
full carloads,
uio of the cars
I all
. with a
*7*
ra ti
of 0..
Tariff  9^0,  s .J   the  ab^sorpi
visions   ol   the   export   x,ar:
sess  domestic  rates
doubt as   to i i   ei
ion of terminals made or
to .      1 shall advise :
t or
\  refer
;ic rate;
ild CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-2-
A.   T.   iillotr::-by,   Esq»
December 1, 1944,
In connection with supplies for the 21 maintenance
ships account the Havy, ihiela will be loading at the Terminal
Dock*
ve been advise
chased locally. Howeverf Ir
from overland | ints for tin
tha t full d<HM s ti c rate I
of terminals wil; ie, £
be cons IT sred    -r t
:at all supplies wi
i event of any traf
•ce ships,
sseeded and no a'
lis traffic cannot
.ion
rlo
stood*
is  fully under -
CCO      3m
Please note,
(Sgd.) K. M FETTERLY
wm&im Vaaeem*er tihaxtf.    Jfrtlglit.
fem&aal ob-am ee eo?erlng traffie to C.a.Line
S.a.fefea far* lfejf.4 ft. to epeoitil debit Augaat.
8keot 1 its* 2. OJT.lertBte B/L «S96 Ifnloattlng 1.7?
SM be SU.  & OKI bp truok. ill
lew eovered by alula.
'   41. "      4. Yaaeemrer B/L 1840.a.*. pre 7-8848
marfage en wei#fct 6839 Ibe « ESfT .4?
• Slit be       8889   • w *4f    £r 08^
Handling    £.40 »bd be #1.68...... J*.06rf
Weight 6639 ae pa? 46e* receipt aad oar
billing.
6. OP Montreal B/L S78 Q.f.pro T-9466
10 eaeee Uque* 400 lbs 11 s.Jfcet
tbarfage Ha. 13£ Handling Min £6?
Hfcll    S?$T ■ 66^ ife.14^
tat 44411 ratea wbarfage |1.00 per 80001be
er 4© i*i§ SMss aaaifeat
£1. w laat.ie*4Saj&ilt©a J/L 44 pre 7-8881
B*ada   weight 1114 ill Sbf.l9j* ttig..86jf
skd mm *     1414       »  it    *   m or.og
4a per pre ft oee&a lading,
13   "     1. ©.P.fereate 8/L 468 waigbt aa per aaa.l*8Ubs
SS. 8. * 469     ~ * 4768Lba
fetal 40§4S*ba
Immrd weight as per ©ar pre 7«#6H8     6184Lbe J».Q8
' 498 «
§   ■     f. OP fereate IA 4f 1 - 4 eaeee bat bodiee. 1404 Iba
Ae emerged mifc.78/8000   68^   Bete 1,50 per SOOOLba
4   M   It. it fereate S/L 444 - 6 eaaee wo el fat boode 1600 Ibe
At aiiarged Bbfg. 76/8000 - 88* Bate 1.80 per 8000 Ibe
19. ■      7   l.P.Soronto 448 - 9 e*«ee hate* 1400 lba
Aa ©barged Wbffc. 76/8000 - 94* Sate 1.60 per £000 Ibe
19. *     3   CPSoreate Bt% 446 I eaaea beta. 460 lba.
Aa charged Wbfg. 76/6000 # 17* Bate 1.60 per 2000 Lbe
61
,"30? Montreal 6/1 306 Art if. Silk. 1746 lba
Aa ebarget W>%+ 60/aooO m 44 4 Oerreet rate $1.00
». M     7   OP mntreal 1/1 60S   Arttt, 6iik   £060 Lba
Aa ebarged tb&    §0/8000 - 81* Oerreet rate H.OO
I   «     8   fil ifeatreal I/L 604   Art if. Sllb. 670 lba
Aa etiarged mtm, 60/6000 - 88*   Oerreet rate H.00
i   »     9   O.P.Meatreal 1/L 806   Art if. SUM. 6666 Lbe.
ia ebaxged iai%. 60/6000 - 90* Oprseeet rate #UOQ
i    mn ftwrwto »/L     6teel Pipe 69076 Lbs.
Am ebarge* Wrife.90* R6g» 78* Ifelaefting 60*
3fc*. reada Haloadiag Min. 60*
?   osa neatrtal */L 6464 Heel lip® U64 Lba.
H   •      I w » 6088        ** 69696 IJ-Vk.
Aa abated mfg. 80. Hdg 76* liaieaAiag 60^
far. reaia tftileading aia. 60^
0111 Hamilto 6/1. MB Sadie tube* 1660 Lba
Aa ebaried WO$» H4g. Pleading 1*60 eatf
at m   61# * 1*01 - 1.01
Slid be 17gf        Ui      U   late 60^ eal#
m* elaia 666496 eleare 1.01 everebarged fbr
aad unloadin*. Se adjmet»«tt pet aade baadliag.
17   * laat. faaer 6/L 19ia 06a pm I486 mm it Oatbariaea
*mm*m P«»«* 18744 lba    898 OP
Aa ebarged OiX Absorb mf#. 18/6000     8.84
6mp *        86/» 8.44
laadliBi 60/40 8.90
SUleadlii* 60/6000       4.^ aid abaerb.
late aa per far.4646 «h% 80^ ld§« 80^ l?A 60^ ■'..-'ajj^'y %£.~^e*      '-. -a'■-  ..;'*■**** *w* ^Jk '^^''i^^ ^Wm--wt^^^^^^^w  1
Paralaol abargee entering traffie to O.A.Llae
sa
nalanl obajeaea entering
StoVt \*A   \rWMMto*
S.ii.Icho «arfc ?ojr.4 3. te epeeiel debit Auguag.
Sheet 1 ita* 8. O.I.fereato 8/L 8896 Unloading 8.77
iM be SU. m mm If track. ill
Sea eotared by elate.
41* *     6* Uutaearep Mft 1640.0.P. pro 7-8848
/ mwurfage ea weight 8889 lba « 86* .67
* 8bd be       8689   *l * .48    Hr 08*
Handling   |1.40 ehd be &.46...... I&.06*
Weight 8889 aa per dtek reeelpt aad
iaward bUliag.
6. OP Maatreal 8/L 876 0.P*pre 7-84H©
10 eaeee liquor 400 lbs il a. fiat
Serfage Mia* 18* Handling Mia 88*
•   ma be    87* ■ 88* ar.14*
far 4648 rate* ahariage H.00 par SOOOlba
m 40 O.f. Shipa aaaifeet aesaareseat.
II. * laat*iei ft 44 pro ?•*
weight 1816 Ibe Hif*19* Hdg..i8*
iM read ■      1414 «   18     »     88 8**08
Ae per pre tt oeeaa lading.
H   •     1. O.P*fe*aate B/L m$ aaiaht ae per aan.l38Ube
86. 8. ■ 489     ~ * 4768Lbe
fetal..... eOidLbe
weight ae per pt mm 7-8688     6X64Lbe J*.08
\ 498 - 6
8   *     7* OP S 498 - i eaaee bat bediee. 1896 lba
Ae oiiarged s&fg. 76/8000   68*   late 1.60 per J
*   •   II. it Toronto B/L 444 - 6 enees wool felt heeaa 3        Ibe
Aa ebarget 6§i%. 76/8000 - 66* lata 1.60 per 8000 Ibe
19. "     7   S.P.termte 446-9 eaeee hate, 8500 Ibe
Ae charged ftfg. 76/8000 - 94* HKt* 1.80 pmt 8000 Ibe
19. "     8   alternate J/L 446 8 eeaea bate* 48© Ibe*
Aa abated «hfg* fi/8000 • 17* fete 1.80 per 8000 Lbe
* I  ff Montreal Bft. 806 ,A*tlf, 611*. 1748 lbe
Ae charged MUX. I 0 • 44 * Oerreet Kile ,H*0©
. »     f   Wt mmm^M/t 808   Artif. SUA   8060 Lba
.    Aa charged mtk   I - 81* Oerreet rate #1.00
* 6   OP Moal IK 804 , Art if. SUJc. 670 lbe
Ae etiarged mite. 80/8000 - 18*   Oerreet sate #.00
* 9   O.P*Mea1»eall§/L jsoi   Artlf. SUM* 8888 Lbe.
ehasged Jfelfc. 60/8000 - 90* OfN*eet rate *t.OC
g    OSX format© 8/L     8teel Upe 88078 Lbe.
jjpe!^pv4_^>- ^fp       a^- ^p^e*aWe^       ^®*!W^liW^'^^^p^^^j!^^BP^Hp.'      ■wwi8pi|w.11^ ^       mlw^w' apr
?   <xia red 8        16 Steel Pipe 1184 Lba*
88   •     8 " * 8688       • 69698 Lba
Ae ebaxged W*fg. 80* Jfeig 76* Unloading I
far. reada Itoleadiag «&»• 60*
CHX laaUte i/L 868 ladle tabee   1180 Lbe
Ae charged m%. Hdg. TMoading   1.60
aa ae   81* - 1.01 - 1*01
8Hd be 17*        84*      84   «ate SO* ealp
m elaia 668498 eleiyre 1*01 ereaeharged far
aad anloadiag. Se adjaetaa&t $ et aade haadliag
•
17 • laet. faser S/L 1981 «X pre 9988 ex 3t Oatbariaee
^tapping paper 18744 lbe 898 at
Ae ehafgeft CRX Abeorb Ihfg. 68/8000  8.84
&£p     -   mim        8*46
Sidling      60/40    6*90
Unloading    m/mm      4*ۤ ma absorb.
Hate aa per 2ar.4§4l W*% 80* Mg* 80* IT/L 80* - B.C.C.S. No. 4542 -
Cancels B.C.C.S. Nos. 4099 and 4103
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service-
Special Competitive Tariff
of exceptions to
General Tariff BCCS No.245
naming rates for
WHARFAGE, HANDLING, CAR\jL0ADING,
CAR UNLOADING and STORAGE, on
Trans-Pacific and Australasian
Export and Import Overland Freight
At
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The rates in this tariff, unless otherwise
specified herein, are subject to the Rules
and Regulations named In General Tariff
BCCS No. 245, supplements to or successive
issues thereof.
Effective July lstt 1941. Expires upon notice*
Application of Rates
Applies on Trans-Pacific and Australasian Overland Import
and Export Traffic crossing the 170th Meridian of West Longti-
tude and originating at or destined to points T/est thereof;
also originating at or destined to points in Australia, New
Zealand and Oceania. (Not including Hawaiian Islands).
All traffic as defined above moving to or from points in
the United States under rates authorized by Eastbound Import
and Westbound Export Trans-Continental Freight Bureau Tariffs of
L.E. Kipp, Agent; also points in Canada located East of the
Province of Saskatchewan; also on traffic moving to or from
points in Alberta and Saskatchewan on which the rail rates to or
from such points are the same as those to or from points beyond
in Manitoba. *v
- Page #2 -
Schedule of Rates.
Unless otherwise provided, under individual items, rates
are in cents per ton of 2000 lbs gross weight, or per ton of
40 cubic feet, according to ship's manifest, When no manifest
is filed, charges will be assessed on weight or measurement
basis, whichever produces tho greater revenue.
Item No. 1
Commodity
General Merchandise N.O.S.
Wharfage
I^ndyjig
Car Loading or
Un.load5.ng
Import Traffic 500 per 2000
3-bs or 40 cu.
ft. not to
exceed $1,00
per 2000 lbs
500 per 2000
lbs or 40 cu.
ft, not to
exceed $1,00
per 2000 lbs
500 per 2000
lbs or 40 cu.
ft* not to
exceed 800 per
2000 lbs
Export Traffic 50# per 2000
lbs
50<2f per 2000
lbs
500 per 2000
lbs
Item No. 2
Automobiles,    505? per 2000
trucks, tractors  lbs
and trailers
80c? per 2000
lbs
80af per 2000
lbs
Item No. 3
Apples and      1^0 per box
Pears, fresh, in
standard boxes
10 per box
10 per box
Item No. 4
Fruits - Oranges
including Japan- 800 per 2000
ese Oranges,      lbs
Lemons and Grape
Fruit.
800 per 2000
lbs
50# per 2000
lbs
Fruit - dried
Fruit - canned
For rate see
Item No. 1
For rate see
Item No. 1
500 per 2000
lbs
Item No. 5
Beans
Peas 500 per 2000
Peanuts (shelled)  lbs or 40
Rice cu. ft.
Sago
Tapioca
500 per 2000
lbs or 40
cu. ft.
50tf per 2000
lbs Comm&dity
Item No. 6
Liquors ••
including Ale,
Beer, etc.
Item No* 7
Bottles (glass)
Burlap (uncompressed)
Chinaware
Cotton Goods
Crockery
Dry Goods
Earthenware
Glassware
Hemp
Matches
Nuts (in shell)
Porcelain
Silk (raw)
Silk Goods
Sisal
Tea
Woodenware
Item No. 8
Braid, straw,
chip and hemp.
Electric Light
Bulbs and Globes,
Hats
Rugs (matting end
straw)
Item No. 9
- Page #3 -
Wharfage     Handling
$1.00 per
2000 lbs or
40 cu. ft.
$1.00 per
2000 lbs
$1.50 per
2000 lbs
Bamboo and Rattan,
poles or sticks,
and split.
Bambooware,
Rattanware, viz:
Baskets, Rakes
and Furniture of
bamboo, cane,
fibre, grass, rattan,
reed or willow*
$2.00 per
2000 lbs
eOtf por 2000
lbs ov  40
ou, ft.
$1.00 per
2000 lbs
$1.50 per
2000 lbs
$2.00 per
2000 lbs
Car Loading or
Unloading	
800 per 2000
lbs
800 per 2000
lbs
$1.50 per
2000 Aha
$2.00 per
2000 lbs Commodity
It em No-. 9 (c on t' d)
GMp Roping
Curl oh
Fans, palm loaf
or straw
Fg3toons
Laccuorware
Paper Lanterns
Toys
Item No. 10
Peat and Peat
Moss - in packages
Item No, 11
Iron and Steel
Articles, vi>z:
structural steel,
bar iron, pipe,
etc.
Item No. 12
Fish - pickled,
smoked, fresh,
frozen or salted.
Fish - canned,
import.
- Page #4 -
Wharfage     Handling
52c00 per
2000 lbs
$1.00 per
2000 lbs
50jf per 2000
lbs
50£ per 2000
lbs
50£ per 2000
lbs
50<j per 2000
lbs
Fish - canned,
export.
Item No. 15
Bananas, Fertilizer (chemical),
Grain and Grain
Products, Ore and
Concentrates (in
sucks), Smelter
Products, all commodities in bulk.
Item No. 14
Cellulose Wadding, 50^ per 2000
for export.        ibs
$2.90 per
2000 lbs
$1.00 per
2000 lbs
75£ per 2000
lbs
60cf per 2000
lbs
50cf per 2000
lbs or 40 cu.
ft. not to
exceed $1.00
per 2000 lbs
50$? per 2000
lbs
Car Loading or
kPZikkkk	
12,00 ner
2000 lbs
11.00 per
2000 lbs
Cost of labor
plus 15J6 -•
minimum 60t!
per 2000 lbs
60£ per 2000
lbs
50* per 2000
lbs
50* per 2000
lbs
(For rates see tariff BCCS No. 245,
amendments thereto and/or reissues
thereof, or special tariffs in effect
authorizing specific rates)
#1.00 per
2000 lbs
50£ per 2000
lbs Commodity-
Item No, 15
Lumber, Timber,
Logs and Ties.
- Page #5 -
,-Jharfage      Handling
Car Loading or
Un1oa dil g	
(for rates soe Items No. 14, Page 16, and No*
19, Page 19-A, tariff BCCS No* 245, amendments
thereto ^nd/or reissues thereof)
Item No. 16
Wool, compressed,
in packages.
Item No. 17
Storage
Item No. 18
Heavy Piecos
or packages*
Item No. 19
Minimum charge
for any single
shipment.
500 per 2000  600 por 2000  60tf per 2000
lbs lbs lbs
(for rates, rules and regulations, soe tariff
BCCS No. 245, amendments thereto and/or
reissues thereof)
(Item No. 1 will not apply on pieces or
packages weighing over 2000 lbs each.  Such
freight will be handled under special
arrangements only)
250
250
250
CE. Jefferson, Esq.,
Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que.
H.W. Gillis, Esq.,
Asst. Freight Traffic Manager,
Winnipeg, Man.
EVA. Plow, Esq.,
General Freight Agent,
Winnipeg, Man.
Issued by A.T. MoKean, Esq.,
General Freight Agent,
Vancouver, B. C*,
Juno 27th, 1941.
^ T. McKEAN
*
General Freight agent
(file Spl.'395/5-A) 7/Jo
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COM PAN
FILE OR CLAIM
FORM 101 U.21
U
188 ■
this ctuot^tio/ whieh
(Sgd.)K. M.FETTERLY
. •• rrlv<
'0S88i$8    Oj'?    :i; FORM lOlU'lO
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
■
p
Ch
i«
FILE OR CLAIM
irf
'-* f
>f0
SliOUj ZZ
Canadian national railways
C A I A D I A N PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
Montreal, Quebec, May 21st, 1945
F. W. Carmichael, Esq.,
Vancouver, B. C.
C.N.R. File 4645-8
C.P.R. Pile 7502/1
K. M. Fetterly, Esq.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Referring to correspondence which we have exchanged
regarding the proper application of rates on traffic originating at points
in the United States for export through British Columbia ports for account
of the United States Government Departments.
We enclose Section 22 Quotation No. 510-A.
This Quotation was made by the United States railroads
to the United States Government Departments shown and has now been accepted
by such Departments.  While we are not a. party to the Quotation we have concurred in the application and it will now be In order for you to advise
your respective Agents that freight charges which you have set up to the
domestic basis can now be adjusted to rates provided In this Quotation.
We have sent copies of this letter to our respective
Auditors, Messrs. Adams and Lawson, advising that if there are any cases
where the domestic rates subject to land grant deductions are lower than
the export rates, such rates will be protected.  Settlement, however,
with connections Is to give us our full proportion of the export rates or
our full proportion of the domestic rates without land grant deductions
whichever.Is lower. 7e  are not to be a party to any land grants.
This will now enable you to dispose of the wharfage
charges outstanding.
ie suggest that you do not advise the dock companies
officially. They will know about this when settlements start to come
through.
please advise.
If any questions arise on which you are not clear,
(
) John Pullen
Traffic Manager, For. Frt. Dept.
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
( Sgd. ) G C Dew
Foreign Freight Traffic Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPAY.
ceo: - J. A. Adams, Esq. ceo: - E. F. Lawson, Esq.
Auditor of Overcharge Claims       Auditor of Freight Receipts
Canadian National Railways Canadian Pacific Hallway Company.
COPY o
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN HAlLRdADS
April 25t 1945
5~10S~S~B.
A..A.R. SECTION 22 QUOTATION NO. SIO-A
Cancels'
A.A.R. Sectic:      »tation Ko. 510.
Application of Export Rates on U.S. Government Freight Transshipped via Canadian Ports
TO*
far Department,
Chief of "ronaportation,
Washington, B*c.
;r truant,
Bureau of Supplies and
waSl'.       I a  ?«v e
)S,
,   -"-0; i al Compaj
$ a snip . w«
Treasury Department,
Procurement Division,
Washington,   D*0e ■
■Attention:  Brig* Gen*.  W#  J.  Williamson,
il vV.  J#  Carter
J.  Mund
•rown
"■•ar
Bash
ilstratidn,
ent ion: P. ear Adm
At ten 11on * Cc
Attention: !u% f' *
Attention* Mr. V« .     he
Attention: it** Barry rnett.
For and on behalf of carriers by railroad parties to
.tine ireau    ^ound Tarif.   .^einafter v^kBi^rBd
thorized to and do here';-        n&  offer to the United
verm#ntt pers\    .-o Section 22 of the' Interstate Commerce Act,
portation services hereinafter described for the e:.arges and
ct to tho b and conditio-    rein    de
,i?k;* i
,~ Traffic covered herein Is that shipped by or for
account of the various Departments, Bureaux and Agencies of tho United
nt and on which that Government assumes 'the freight
Trans-(
to, I i
Ste
the tn
under' i - 2 -
B. - Rates to be applied will be those currently in
effect at time of movement as published In Trans-Continental Freight
Bureau Export Tariff Ho. 29-series (not subject to land-grant deduction)
on traffic leaving United States points of origin names in that tariff for
movement to British Columbia ports of New Westminster, Prince Rupert and
Vancouver and forwarded overseas from said ports to the destination
territory named in that tariff but without requiring compliance with Items
235, 270, 275 and 290, thereof.
C. - It is expressly understood that there shall be the
alternative application of either
(a) the rates made available in this item; or
(b) the' domestic rates (See note).
• >fOTE.- It is. understood land-grant deductions
will be made from United States railroads1
proportion wherever lawfully applicable.
whichever basis produces the lowest charge.  Rates referred to in this
item, -include switching of cars to docks or to designated unloading points,
as the case may be.
D. - To take effect on all shipments as designated in
Paragraphs A and B hereof leaving United States points of origin on and
after October 1, 1943.
ITEM 2.
Rates as provided for in Item 1 will include cost of
unloading cars on dock floor and absorption of wharfage as provided in
published terminal tariffs of British Columbia delivering lines where such
lines perform the service; where such terminal service is performed by
the Government or its representatives they will be paid a flat allowance
of 3^ per 100 pounds (except as to shipments moving to the port in tank
cars) by the delivering carrier for unloading and wharfage.
ITEM 5
The provisions of Items BIOS.   1  and 2 do not include
traffic stored In transit under A.A.R. Section 22 Quotations.  As to such
traffic moving from United States origins an and after January 1, 1944,
to New Westminster, Prince Rupert and Vancouver and forwarded overseas
from such ports to the destination territory named in Trans-Continental
Freight Bureau Tariff 29-Series, carriers will apply either the export
rates in effect on the date of such shipments as provided In Trans-Continental Freight Bureau Tariff 29-Series, plus a charge equivalent to the
increase provided in Tariff of Increased Rates and Charges No. X-148,
Agent B. T. Jones1 I.CC. No. 3659 or the Trans-Continental domestic
rates, plus a charge equivalent to the increase provided in Tariff of
Increased Rates and charges No. X-148, Agent, B. T. Jones1 I.CC. Mo. 3659 - 3 ~
whichever rates produce the lowest charge, neither to be subject to land-
grant deduction; they will also make a terminal allowance of three (3^)
cents per 100 pounds, subject to the provisions of item 2.
ITER 4
Protection of export rates and the absorption of port terminal charges as set forth herein, will apply on traffic which may, for
eriod of not more than ninety (90) days, be stored at the ports by
e Government.
ITEM 5
An authorised Government repress
raclfic Coast Terminal rail carriers wit:
portation a certificate to the effect that H
a point within the destination area covered
Bureau Tariff 29-Series, and tender the acc<
will be considered final by both Government
mutative will fi
sixty (60) day4
;he traffic was
ns-G ont ii
■ptance of such
arid carrier as
ciently specific to enab
te should be applied in
loaded for
ientai Freight
certificates
to destination,
Accounting
I stances
Said certificate should
Departments to determi
where different rates are named in the export tariff conditioned on the
particular country or countries of destination.
NOTE I. - The sixty-day limitation for certification will
not apply to shipments which moved from points of origin
prior to February 15, 1945.
rJOTE 2. - When security regulations or other unavoidable
conditions prevent filing certificates -within the limitation of sixty (60) days, carriers will accept such certificates if. filed within a period of not In excess of fifteen (15) additional days.
ITEM 6
•Preservation of. the exact identity of each inboun<
is not required, but tonnage exported must be of the same ;
character of traffic as handled into the depot or activity in
specified in the certification of exportation.
ITEM 7
1 shipment
it ity and
the car
This quotation shall be made effective as of the dates shown
herein and shall continue.in effect for the duration of the ItaP and six
months thereafter.  A.A.R. Section 22 Quotation Ko. 510 is hereby withdrawn and cancelled without prejudice to any accrued rights or liabilities
of any party thereunder. ■ 4-
/
ACCEPTED:
War Department
By
Date
Navy Department
By '
Date
U. S. Marine Gorps
By
Date
TT. S. Commercial Company,
By
For the Railroads Above Referred to*
By	
A. F. Cleveland,
Their Authorized Agent
Treasury Department
Procurement Division
By
Date
War Food Administration,
By
Date
Date k
B.C.C.S. TARIFF ljQ» 5123
Cancels B.C.C.S* Tariff No* 5021.
To be filed with Section 1 of B.CfC.S. Tariff No. 245*
cana,dian pacific railway company
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
File SPL. 48/4 ORIGINAL PAGE NO. ONE
COMPETITIVE TARIFF
naming charges for
WHARFAGE, HiNDLBG, CAR UNLOADING ML  CAR LOADING (See Note)
at
Vancouver, B. C.
on
EXPORT AND IMPORT OVERLAND TRAFFIC
Rates named herein apply on export and import traffic destined and
consigned through to or originating at points West of the 170th Meridian,
West Longitude and East of the 30th Meridian, East Longitude; destined tc,
or originating at, all points in Oceania (except Hawaiian Islaxd s) on and
last of the 170th Meridian, West Longitude; when moving from or te points
in the United States under rates authorized by Westbound and Eastbound
Trans-Continental Freight Bureau Tariffs of L.E. Kipp, Agent, and from or
to points in Canada located East of the Province of Saskatchewan; also on
traffic moving from or to points in Alberta and Saskatchewan on which the
rail rates from or to such points are the same as those from or to points
in Manitoba.
Unless otherwise provided herein rates are in cents per 2,000 lbs,,
gross weight, or per ton of 40 cubic feet, according to ship!s manifest; when
no manifest is filed, charges will be assessed on weight or measurement basis,
whichever produces the greater revenue. Rates named herein apply on export
and import traffic except where otherwise specified herein:-
Commodity
General Merchandise, for
which no specific rates
are named herein reimport traffic
Export traffic
Wharfage Rate
Handling Rate
50$ per 2,000 lbs. 90$ per 2,000 lbs*
or 40 cu.ft# maximum or 40 cu5ft. maximum
#lf00 per 2,000 lbs, $1*80 per 2,000 lbs*
50$ per 2,000 lbs, 90$ per 2,000 lbs.
Note: Wharfage and handling charges named herein apply only when such charges
are absorbed by rail and/or steamer lines„
For rates to apply on car unloading or car loading when such charges
are absorbed in whole or in part by the Railways refer to B. C. Wharf Operators * Association Terminal Tariff No.. 1.
For rates to apply when wharfage, handling, car unloading or car loading
charges are not absorbed by rail and/or steamer lines refer to B.C,C.S0
Tariff No. 245• B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO. 5123 - ORIGINAL PAGE NO. TV/O,
Item   Commodity
Wharfage
Handling
Fruit, dried or canned
IMPORT
nJfaii     in 1.11
EXPORT
Beans Rice
Peas Sago
Peanuts (shelled) Tapioca
Liquors, Alcoholic, Potable
Braid> chip, hemp or straw
Electric Light Bulbs and
globes
Hats made of straw, grass or
similar materials
Mats, matting and rugs of straw
cr grass
Bottles (glass)
Burlap (uncompressed)
Chinaware
Cotton Goods
Crockery
Earthenware
Glassware
Hemp
Matches
Nuts (in shell)
Pipe, vitrified, loose
Porcelain
Silk Goods
Silk (raw)
Sisal
Tea
Woodenware
Bamboo or rattan, poles or stick,
and split
Bambooware
Chip Roping
Curios
Fans, palm leaf or straw
Festoons
Lacquerware (Cont ' d.)
50$ per 2,000
lbs. or 40 cu.
ft. maximum
$1,00 per
2,000 lbs.
50$ per 2,000
IbS f
50$ per 2,000
lbs. or 40 cu.
ft*
$1*00 per
2,000 lbs. or
40 cu. ft.
$1.50 per
2,000 lbs.
$1.00 per
2,000 lbs.
$2.00 per
2,000 lbs.
90$ per 2,000 lbs,
or 40 cu. ft,
maximum  $1.80
per 2,000 lbs.
90$ per 2,000
lbs.
90$ per 2,000
lbs, or 40 cu.
ft.
$1.25 per
2,000 lbs, or
40 cu. ft.
$2.05 per
2,000 lbs.
$1.45 per
2,000 lbs,
$2.65 per
2,000 lbs. Mr. J. Ramsay - AA^ch^- P0\\~
A B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO. f!23 - ORIGINAL PAGE NO. THREE.
Item    Commodity Wharfage       Handling
(Cont'd) Paper Lanterns
Rattanware; viz: baskets, ra" es
and furniture of bamboo, cane
fibre, grass, rattan, reed
or willow*
Toys
8
10
11
12
Cellulose wadding, for Bcport
Wool, compressed, in packages
IMPORT ONLY
Vehicles, self-propelling,
boxed or crated, viz;:
Automobiles, trucks, tractors, trailers
Automobiles, on own wheels
Bananas
Fertilizers, chemically
prepared
Grain and grain products
Iron or steel, viz:
Bars
Billets
Rails
Plate
Structural
Structural, KfD., prefabricated units
Logs
Lumber
Ore and concentrates, in sacks
Smelter products
Ties
Timbers
Trucks, on own wheels
All commodities:-*
in bulk,
pieces or packages weighing
over 2,000 lbs, each
Minimum charge for any
single shipment
$2.00 per
2,000 lbs.
50$ per
2,000 lbs,
50$ per
2,000 lbs.
50$ per
2,000 lbs.
$2.65 per
2,000 lbs.
$1*45 per
2,000 lbs,
$1.00 per
2,000 lbs.
$1,25 per
2,000 lbs.
For rates to 'apply see B.C.C.S*
Tariff No, 245, amendments thereto or reissues thereof,
25$
25$
The rates in this tariff, unless otherwise specified herein
are subject to the Rules and Regulations named in B.C.C.S,
Tariff No, 245, amendments thereto or reissues thereof*
Effective April 21st, 1949e
H. W* GILLIS,
Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que,
Issued at Vancouver, Be Ce, by C, D, Elsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent
April 11th, 1949.
G, F. BUCKINGHAM,
Freight Traffic Manager,
Winnipeg, Man,  

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