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 Printed in Canada
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FORfl  103
fancouver Wharf, 8* C,
December 21st., 1951.
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Au^jpfeo r\o^-A^sn c i e s,
Montreal;  Qu^.
Dear Sir:
Kindly refer to your file A.43 100 and my letter
of December 14th wherein I advised you I had deduct ed from the
fancouver TT?rbor Oomraisiionera all amounts that they had previously stopped for car barge service when makinr* payments to
this office.,
There will he no further deductions account of car
barge by t    -neouver Harbour Commissioners.
gnclose3 please find copy of letter received from
Mr. K  J Burns, if* :P"1 Superintendent of the fanecuver
Harbour Commissioners stating that they have cancelled the
application of the f'2.00 charge*
rs truly,
a
Wharf Freight
CC        vA W Tennant,   Esq.,
G L McCrea ,   Efcq., Printed in Canada
FORM  103
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver !7harf,    ;.   C#>
December 14,   1931*
F.   8689-AEE
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Kindly refer to your  7r.f.l674-4 of Nov-:
26tt.     Please be advised                        deduct!                      dom
ffij            ent  to the Vancouver Harbor Commis 'loners
'.iich is the balance of the  charges that have been  stop
by the  Tr*TT*T#R#  account of car bar<?e  service.
anc
They have not  made any further deductions
t my outstar           .  are             lear.
Please note.
Yot-rs truly,
	
wharf Freight   A
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CC
A W Tennant,   S_q»,
Travelling Auditor
B.  Arnura,   Esa.  Montreal.                         A         n
Your A.429100. jUa/j    0
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7f\
\mmX^\ rancouTer
r 4th, 1931.
Auditor iei#a,
ntreal.
Bear Sir:-
A~4
ver Wharf <
ffio a/c
lag of car m
■jwmissioncj
Elefarr
deletions of f.;
by us  fc#   fche Va
iave
3*73 .  .i;'
current accounts d        I*   t
continue.. £*<.deduct        .:*...h
set' ^aof
ittlo^
.?*teher 25th, *ad itfas
ttias we had **• |M
•Vhcr wtouBt of i
If our Manner of ^adjusting is nitt <ju
shortly havs' old O/S t "to ' a" point upera-
the previous w-aak1* acttlesis
"x\   xhompBOn' ,' dM •£; *?! I   '; *
fr :>awa shortly, and it' is .expected that We wil
on tho question of the aaaaaasMMkt- -of ■ -this--hamdfti
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LAND  DEPARTMENT
Y  COIS
/IPANY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of th
is Department on   APRIL  14TH.  1931. vour Contract No	
Lots                                             Block	
D. L.
stands as under :                                                                                                                         Total Sale Price $„	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
PitlNCIPAL
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
w
enclosed <
to Land I
rill you kindlj
envelope. All
^gent, Vanco
f certify to th
cheques shou
liver, B. C.
e correctness of abov
Id be made payable to
e payments and
order of Canadi.
RETURP
in Pacific Rai
Yoi
1  PROM]
lway Compan
irs truly,
PTLY in the
y and remitted
\Tf? W7rr>r-\ * i    r —¥.n-n-fc	 Vaneeuver, B.C.   ,;feveimber 14th, 1934-j
Mm   Amu®,  Isq.,
Auditer if Agencies, A-429100 B.
.. Mentreal,
near sir:- i   \
Vancouver Wharf o/s a/c Handling ef car barge
traffie a/c Vancouver Harbour Cezamiesieit.
Referring te yaur letter #f 5th.instant,
"r. TfeKeam regret* that' the werding af hia letter caused
yeu-te misunderstand dnm true situat'iea,  and ha alse regrets that
letters written by ageat placed himself and tha H.B. Cerimxeaie nar,     r.
S.  TfcClay,  in a very embaraasing' peaitie*.
Mr, ^elTeaa properly underateed that we wetil-d' perhaps
succeed in clearing ®nr aeeeunte by deducting axseunte due us  frea
.future bills  rendered againat us by the v.H.C.  -  nut by rendering any
acceunt against them covering these old items.  Wad the latter been the
catte he would have iamedi&tely advised a^ent te d#  at,  but he ceuld
net take it  an himself to  instruct a^ent to deduct frem subsequent
acceunte  rendered by the V.H.C., knowing that y#u had already ruled
against that principle.
I have  cpietly teld agent and hie accountant te  da st
•a future accounts,  but tmm inferaatisn" gathered I am afraid we will   	
net new get away with it#  The V.H-.C. Ml]DQ^JLiJt: Ceaptreller,  same time
age,  rneatiened te  a^ent that he weuld net paas any- aeeeunta- that :
invelved the adjustment ef these handling charge®,  iiewever,  I will
advise yeu result ef agent1 s- attempt te d# this*
In this eennectien,  I would understand tuat  the 0JY*J&_f*
have refused te accept any part settlement from; the. V..H.C., and. are
therefere apparently o/s all settlements.   It  is. claimed that the C.M.Kly
cantiaue te deduct all aateumts due them, and pay the. V.H.Cf. whatever
balances may be due.
Yeurs  truly, Canadian Pacific Railwa
LAND  DEPARTMENT
Y Cois
4PANY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of th
is Department on   APRIL  14THL  1931_ vour Contract No.
Lots                                                              Block.                                                      D. L.
stands as under :                                                                                                                         Total Sale Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, Printed in Canada.
FORM   lOl
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Department
Correspondence   JF&   -
F1LE   A,  !t  2   9 1  0  OB
Montreal November 5th, 1931
A#W0Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,   B*C.
Vancouver Wharf   o/S a/c  Handling of  car  barge
traffic a/c Vancouver Harbour Commission
Prom information gathered from file  in
Frejo-ht Traffic Manager fs   office  here   it was understood that  if amounts
of Agent's  outstandings  account  of  above were   charged back to the
Hafebour  Commissioners,   they would pay same.
Charging back amounts was taken
mean that Agent should render a bill, and I accordingly wrote
Freight Agent  on September 50th to do so.
by me
Wharf
to
I   saw
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ that  the  rendering
out   the wishes   of the  Traffic  Department  %e;
You may so advise Mr»McKean referring him to
I have  now received copy  of Mr*McH3anfs
letter  of   October 50th to Mr*Gillis,  footnote  to me,   in which he makes
it  clear  that what was meant  by charging back amounts was  to deduct
them from settlements  due  Harbour  Commissioners.     I cannot  admit  that
such an interpretation should be  put   on the  correspondence which
in Freight Traffic Managerfs  office,  and I considered *-^°*   fv^  ■»
of  accounts was  carrying
to charge  back amounts,
his letter  of   October 50th,
It  is  not   oulT practice  to obtain settlement
by deduction and I would like   that understood by all  concerned,     However,
in  this  case,   as  the   question is deadlocked,  and as we  have  no other
means   of  clearing Agent !s   outstandings,   please  arrange   to hax^e Agent
deduct  the amount from settlements<*6t^the  Harbour  Commissioners,   if   this
is  possible.       This   action is advised and  justified for the  reason that,
all"railroads,   traffic   officials,  and legal advisor,  are  in agreement  in
the   opinion that   the  Harbour Commissioners were   on improper grounds  in
deducting this   #2*00 per car from our accounts.
Please  advise me   the  results   of  action
taken. Printed in Canada
FORM 103
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
>er 17th., 1931,
f. 86*-: -
sa.
Wharf
GO  A W Pennant, ^sq.,
Travelling Audit :
Printed in Canada.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Department rmxm/m
Correspondence PwF/W file        L~4 2  9  10  0
Montreal, 4 th August/31
A♦¥*Tennant Isq,
Travelling Auditor, C.P.R.,
Vancouver, &.Gm
Transfer Barges, Vancouver
S1980.O0 a/o Tug Sfrialieura,   12 days @ #125*00 per day - #1500.00
Transfer #3,   12 days @ #40*00 per day      - 480*00
101
$1980700
Referring t© yo£r letter 6th July*    I have noted
your remarks with regard to this transaction* and, with regard  to the
last paragraph of your,  I would say this particular case was  a special
one,  and it was  quite in order for  the B.C.C.S*   t© render bills for
collection    through Local Treasurer, but, with regard t©  the ordinary
collections to be made,   these  should be made by the Purser and passed
through his   balance sheet t© be credited to  the proper account by me*
Auditor  of Agencies* ' .   Ar-
^ear ^ir:~
-leouver,  »*g*  July oth,   1931,
gaaeie*, L-429100.
Transfer neouver,   Acoaun' &G.0G unt
t & Baa lav to 12th.       x.aport #£doy.
I called at Victoria in   this*  connection,   and am returning
all paper*  enclosed with jour laifc« u
It v;ould - f that one of Kr*   ••leruutEoa1   clarka  issued
?.1337  in  error, m  not   the intention  to have purser colloct
fchjI nt.
0": .       .*ptai:i 1 cVurray advieed %k if tnat
the j.oo aaa due fjm ancouTer Carbon, ►nara
rentala 1st ti 12th, but no collection had fcaan mmSm and
the i 1337 mm   net   in order.
* ~.C,   s I to uee  their ovm t\ & barga on
Lug  to a slight accident  to   their barga,   it ::;ain
necessary to use our W*M   3 Barge  \ y 19th. to  2is.it,   at an arranged
rental  of -"50.00 p^r day.   *?• i  advised hy /raptaim
Mclfurray s 26th.  i id  tha    .CUC.S*    xcoi«n .ant   then ituued tha
I 'xr&t it  x*a .-d for service   ,
ther ^th-SOthjl^SO - 3.00,   mm Ilected by
oO ■*,  but on ir 5th ti* i       »ger
v/rote .^ray &d\ /ure bille  would ho  rendered
. ~<Joria,   an li      |   ta ea^r^e*  rendered for the month.
rlaua  nills   rendered
av 1'JiO ay 1931, | dat.ea of . -nfc   co .reaeurer,
[r-.    ; iru -its uut u on  uiie %j»r.cl,   bun nxa
chi^f alert: and -ant are of the opinxon 'ihai  this was   the proper
way to  ! I  theee coll actions.
i out t% covering  thia
-dent,      .A.C©t.rull,   * MB
*C*0*H* it. r^ar would   not, Know the
of r ■ an fieei nd 1
presume   ; >rtasit  and  naea&aJ-iy ^ari "'c^urray 6a adalae
nl  number q r^e »en used dur.i --.ch
M. & w    j/
liul. ©f dock space   i red # 2.  B.   Arnun.   Bfiq*r
hy the "an,   7atl.   »/s  Oo#>  ; ^jJO.OO par mentfeg   was  not handled by Agent
or 8u   fcfg* Ac3tf,  hut -ill  for that service was  rendered in Kant real?
-uidHnce T  %'^uld ll*:e  to know if nffeclftX
terrleea ef thia  mature si i handled through Agent a & Pur^era,  or
covered by N#t*a bxlle  ;vnd seat  ta rtocal  I r.?a^ur@r for
collection.
lours  truXyfl # 2. B.   Arnuw,  3aq.f
by the Can.    fatli/ 8/8 ©**>, tOOaO.OO per month,  was not handled by
Agent or Si **   *  hut the hill  for 'that  service waa  raniiinai In
Mentreal.?
special  aarningSor-wjilfliiberltawllddnoji, Af «*#«li 3?mlreete,ktirwc4f©smdhby
depart 7r
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TAKE IMPRESSION COPY OP REPORT
Form 20 B
Report No.	
(Mo. consecutively)
BAD ORDER
Claim Office No	
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
REPORT OF  ARTICLES  IN   BAD  ORDER
At Station	
.191 .
Date shipment
was received
 191	
ROUTE  AND  JUNCTION   POINT                      )
W    B.   DhU
W,  B. Number
Car  Number
Initials
Train
Conductor
;                           .            •
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Billed from I _ ..
Consignee _.
  To  - „	
 Destination ._	
ARTICLES    RECEIVED    IN    BAD    ORDER
Actual  Weight
Received
Weight   Billed
SEAL   RECORD
INSTRUCTIONS.
If car was set out, give seals on ALL doors; If not
set  out,   give  seals  BROKEN   ONLY.
The* initials as well as characters and all
Impressions and numbers on FOREIGN SEALS must
Invariably   be   shown.
AGENTS WILL REPLY TO  ALL INQUIRIES   BELOW CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY Printed in Canada
Inter-Department
Correspondence
Form 101
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
PWP/% F.LE L-4     2    9     10     0
Montreal,  19th June/31
A.W.Tennant ESq,
Travelling Auditor,  C.P.R.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Transfer Barges, Vancouver
11980.00 a/c Tug Qualicum,  12 days 6 $125-00 per day
Transfer #3, 12 days @ $40.00 per day
-    #1500.00
480.00
1980.00
I attach hereto papers  in connection v»ith the
ahove.     I certainly do not understand the explanation given of this,
mm/9 I  thought  it uas understood hy all concerned ^&% amounts  should
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he accounted for hy the Purser of  the Transfer Barges.
I shall he pleased if you ■will investigate this
matter fully,  and let me have a report, advising me -what instructions
you give.
Auditor of Agencies,
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Secretary* .   Amura,  Bft$*g
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Montreal.
Vancouver,  B.C.   July 2nd,  1931a
M- 419132.
Dear Birr
Vancouver Wharf g/D*b£ta  covering handling ef
traffic aver' Co/11  bargs slip at 2nd.   ,Tarr#we Bridge
1 return papers enclaaed with yours of June 11th, mi
would advise that the assessment* as made fey arent vmr® correct.
The additional one dollar per load waa being a**eas*4
on all  traffic regardless ef what line received the road haul,   and
mm rover        i t  -ted expense of our yard crew loading 0r pulling
cars aver b slip.
fearg* of $&*$§ per car -plut; additional
:r car -  v/as assess** an all  traffic  ta er from connecting
linen,  twrt <^n ^*P,^.   hSBal   traffic m 'had te  §&▼€ loads  one placement
and  therefore could only assess  the Vancouver Harbour Terninal Ely.
with  the additional  charge of #1.00 par car.
Item #  29*00 Coders  the additional #1.00 par car on C.P.B..   haul  traffic
88.00 covers  switching 52*00   lay ttth tt  11th on C« :.'xly.
Item v&.QG on 13th cevore  switching ^2.00  and adc.*l#   ^1.00.
It  would have been clearer had &£-;ent &hown the latter
charge on a separate Ltatersent,
82.00 r:evera  the additional charge of lrl.00 on C.P.   haul  traffic
108.00 Co vera ewt£#  $2.00 and addl.  $1.00 on ether line haul    .,
. .        i.ii # Ul# . , « . mm •» »« •• * * ••
Tk*  Y.-U j-.it.U. started using their o%n
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Montreal,   June  11th.   1931.
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A.  W. i'ennant,  ^sqm,
Travelling Auditorf
?amower,  B.C.
Tanc ouver Wharf S/Debit covering handliilg  of traffic
over Compares barge slips at 2nd.  Marrows Bridge.
S/Debit  14/5/31 § 29.00 as per statement
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rf       21/5/31 §168.00     rT     Tr
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I am enclosing you statements covering above  special
debits. I  just cannot  understand why only fl.00 is
accounted for  on some  of the  cars* J1 or example see statement
covering amount   of #29.00. My understanding   is that #2.00
was  originally assessed and from May 13th. an additional  amount
of fl.00  on each ear.
xou might check over these  statements and with early
return of same let me have your full report.
yir
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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J. McMillan, General Manager of Telegraphs.
TIME FILED
CHECK
(Printed in Canada)
MAILGRAM Vancouver, B.C.f .October 7th, 193Q.glm.l.
-22210-
A. W. Tennant, Esq Travelling Auditor.......Vancouver, B.C.
Please find enclosed copy of General Superintendents
letter dated October 4th in duplicate, with regard to charge made the
Harbour Board for use of tug and barge.
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Vaneouver# B*C.g October 4tht 1930*ghb.mf
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Superintendent f
Vancouver* B.C.
Dear Sir;
th re;   e« to my cotfununication ef Septemb
20th to "Mr. Kmi*      ■ ^ai S        mit, Vancouver Harbour
Commie el oners, detailing tho       at under which this (   «y
will handle I    9 to the north shore of Burrard Inlet while the
Second Marrows Bridge is out of commission*
In addition to the particulars already embodied in
communieatioiip effective Septembe.   h  the ship
Serviee placed at the disposal of the Harbour Commissioner** a ti
and barge for the purpoee of hah&lir.       Tie in creation, and
/e aspersed a daily tariff of |1?5.00 for each calendar day for
this service. , Tho B*0. Coast Serviee are preparing their accounts
accordingly*
cloned also covers marine insurance*
Yours truly $
C.A. Cottereli,
General Superintendent. /////////
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aar Sir:-
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Inter-Department
Correspondence
FH.E      .22   210-
?anoouvsr,B.c*  September 22nd,ly^
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.l!eanant, Isq,.,   ?K;-*oo>uver Legal*
\.M. Innes, ^sq*,     Vancouver Wharf*
Bear Sirs-     Handling of Harbor Board, traffio between Vancouver
aad the Worth short during tho time seeond larrows
Bridge out of QQmal&uton*
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Please refer to qy letter of April 30th last
above fil. ia connection with tho handling of Harbor Board trafflo
by barge between Vancouver and tha north 3horo.
I a«nd you, herewith, oopy of General Superintendents letter to Mr. K« J. Burns of the Harbor Board whieh
oonfirras an arrangement arrived at for handling traffio to the
Sorth ahore while the bridge is out of eojamission sinoe aeoiaent
on Friday last*  You will observe that the rate named for
handling oars loaded with wheat is now fwo Dollars (f2*00) per
oar, suoh movement being between the Vancouver Terminal Railway
Interohange and C.P.R. Barges*  fhis is the only differenoe in
the handling of this traffio as oorapared with April last.
Please see that your staff is thoroughly posted*
Yours truly,
cc/ E.H.Bridger, Ss%.,    Assistant Superintendent!
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Montreal, ~ue. Printed in Canada PORM 101
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Department 54J*8*?**W
CORRESPONDENCE 3e**j0Btoer     20th,      IJ^O.C/p
K. J* Burns, *%*%%•*
General Superintendent,
Vancouver Harbour Commissioners,
Vancouver, B.O*
Pear Sir:
fhis will confirm our understanding of date resoeoting the
handling of traffic to aad from the Morth shore of Burrard inlet while the
-econd Barrows Bridge is out of commission, the details being as follows;
The Canadian Pacific Eailway will undertake to provide the Harbour
Commissioners with a ecu? barge of fifteen or twelve oar capacity to
operate between our Vancouver oar slip and the Pacific Great lastern
car slip at fforth Vancouver, at a rental of fifty dollars (1,50• 00)
per calendar day§ time to be computed from when it is first assigned
to your service until finally released*
A switching oharge of two dollars (|2*00) per loaded oar to be
established on movements between the Canadian Pacific barge slip and
the Vancouver Harbour Terminal Railway interchange at Rogers Street*
Bo switching charge will be made on traffic on which the Canadian
Pacific Hallway secures road haul in either direction*
Traffic handled between ths Canadian Pacific barge slip and the B.C*
T&eotrlG interchange will be at tariff divisions as already provided
for* this also applies to any commodity for delivery in Vancouver on
Canadian Pacific trades*
Bo charge will be made for the moveiuent of empty cars*
fhe Harbour Commissioners to assume all responsibility for the movements
oar slip to car slip, including damage to contents and the Company's
floating equipment or barge slip, the Canadian Paciflo assuming no
responsibility in connection with marine insurance*
fhis arrangement to remain in effect subject to cancellation on seven
(7) days1 notice.
Permit me to assure you that we are particularly anxious to
assist the Vancouver Harbour Terminal Railway at this time in the handling
°* i*s Borth Shore traffio, and will bend our efforts to do so in a
satisfactory manner*      Yours trulv.    %
*»G«n<iral superintendent.  Printed In Canada.
Inter-Department
Correspondence
FORM   IOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
G-419132-U.
Montreal, Que*  May 8th, 1930.
A« W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.  C*
Dear Sir:-
Traffic between C.P*R, and V*H*T«Ily.,handled
by B*C*C#S* Barge a/c Second Narrows Bridge
being out of commission*
Your letter of 1st inst* In regard to flat rates
of t2L*00 and $2*00 per car between barge and interchange point which
Mr.McRab explains is an Operating Department arrangement in connection with traffic detoured account interrupted service on another
line* You are correct in assuming that such special switching
charges should be placed to Special Debit under Grofip "C"* Separate
statement giving particulars should accompany Balance Sheetbo that
proper distribution can be made*
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies* A
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Auditor uf Ar ncies,
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Traffio i C.P. if,   and  %',.!i,idy4   handled
by B.C.C.S.  Baflgil 4i/° {Second Narrows 'Bridge
fe#lag out of cor^iiBeion.
PlaaBu no bo ooplta of instructions covering th© ©witching
of loads to and from 8ftrth Vancouver, via the Vancouver Harbour Terminal
Hallway Company.
1 attended a meeting April 26th, and advised that all
switching revenue in this connection should be coYered by revenue
switching waybills in the usual way.
It waa my understanding that the flat rates of £2.00 and
$1.00 per car -between "barge and interchange point - was a traffic
department arrangement and would be covered by tariff. However, when
that department was requested to issue tha necessary advice to agents,
:;r# ILeJab advised that such rates could not be covered by tariff and
explained that this was an operating department arrangement in connectio i
with traffic detoured a/c interrupted service on another line, He
expressed an opinion that it would not be advisable to issue waybills
or switching waybills eoveriig loads handled under the special flat
rates of SI. and $2. per car,
1 discussed the matter further with Hr« ^cCrea and trust
that his instructions to anent* are in order.
If I am incorrect in presuming that these special
switching charges should be placed te debit in group nCn*  you will no
doubt advise promptly to  that matter can be put straight.
You will note that traffic originating on,or delivered to*
other connecting lines, or to O.P.K.t> will be handled at regular
tariff rates, just as though it. had moved over tbe bridge.
A proper check will be made against all loads barged
and interchanged to assure our receiving all revenue due.
Youra truly,
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