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 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date Vancouver,     May 11th,   1972.
from Mr.   j.   Finnie.
To MEMORANDUM  FOR   FTI.E  T.72-^0-<.
File No:  T.72-30-5
On receipt of letter dated Ma»-ch 17th from Mr. W. W.
Martin, Bankers Dispatch Li*rated have instigated
proceedings against Ideal/Fuel Company for recovery
of $219.56 for dama^e^ustained to one of their vans
on the Doris Yorke January 27th, 1972.
I contacted Mr. Paulen at #72-5663 May 10th and
requested him to keep us informed of progress.
Of f ijzro^Mana ger.
/rnb.
|Nt)Form102-R
 W W Martin
Freight Claim Agent
L G Baird
Asst. Freight C/aS Agent
/
Quote our file No.
When Replying
CPRail
Granville and Cordova Streets
Room 101, CP Station. Vancouver 2, British Columbia
Telex 04-507635
April 27,   1972
PA 82623 M
■HSSmker© IDispatch,
75 West/Seventh Avenue,
Vancouver,  B.  C.
^    -
i.e.C8ast Steamship Service
APR 28 1972
Office of Manager, *
Marine Operations.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
<r
Attention:
sulen
Dear Sir:
With reference to your recent telephone conversation with
Mr. J. Pinnie of our Marine Department advising that you
could not locate our letter of March 17, 1972 regarding
your claim for $219,56 covering cost of repairing one Pord
Eoono Van.
In compliance with your request, attached please find copy
of letter referred to in previous paragraph.
Yours very truly,
ti*
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W.  W.  Martin,
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cc - Mr. H. Tyson, Manager, Marine Operations, Vancouver.
Attention:  Mr. J. Pinnie.
Reference our telephone conversation of today.  Attached is
copy of our letter of March 17, 1972 addressed to Bankers
Dispatch for your information.  Your file T72-30-5.
End,
 aver,  September ?9th, 1972.    File      .72-30-6.
.r. h. Tyson.
urance
iiontreal.
'rotection,
erance your letter of September 20th, dealing wit
damage to trailers on the HAIDA , February 1"  ,
1972.
)ies of invoices requested are enclosed.
d- ■
nariagei"?    arine   Operations.
bncls.
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17* 1978
PA 82623 H
QLspateh
> *S§et Seventh Avmm
i*f B. G.
Hear airs
Plerw-o refer to your deist ef ropatxa to your Ifcrd Bmmm-Van
in the anoint of $21?.$o.
Ob eraplation of oar enquiries, X find the danags developed
Ate to an Idaal fuel &eg»aay trailer net .wring aa^r air in
it. braking systaa.   At the tine a tractor mit atttapted to
bask under th. trailer, it rolled and collided atth your Van.
Hie aaisfeop td&eh oeeurred ana not doe to any n@gllgane@ on
the part of oar Coapaqy and X regret palest of repair charges
la deal Inert.   I can bat tnggest this to be a natter for in-
isi3eir6ffjL1^es^«
?exy truly years,
V. w. Martin
ni/ir
 File: X
pA<|Vi
Vancouver, M^rch
Mr. H. Tyson
Mr. W.  . tertin
Further to your letter March 8th, file PA S2623-IVL, concerning damage to a Banker Ts Dispatch Van on the DORIS
YOHKfi January 27, 1972.
As per verbal information given to your office , the
BankerTs Dispatch Van was damaged when a Capital tractor
attempted to back under an Ideal tractor.
The trailers are not loaded on the vessel in any sequence
and therefore when unloading, present practice is for the
various trucking companies to pull each trailer in sequence regardless of ownership.  This co-operation between the companies is of immense value to them as well
as to us.
In view of the foregoing, I am sure you will agree that
the term non-authorized, does not apply in this situation.
Usually each trailer is blocked during the voyage. It
is customary for the Seaman or B.C.C.S. shore staff to
remove the blocking immediately on arrival in order to
speed up unloading.
When the trailers are placed on the vessel the landing
gear is put into place by the driver who then aisconnects
the air hose^ between the trailer and the tr-ctor.  This
action is call^a dynamiting the brakes (locks the brakes
into place).  Therefore, when picking up a trailer the
tractor backs under the trailer which cannot be moved
until the air hoses are connected and the7driver releases
the brakes.
p$v
 - 2 -
In this particular instance, there would have to have
been a leak in the air system of the trailer which would
cause the brakes to not function securely and when the
tractor was placed under the trailer, the initial bump
caused the trailer to run back into the Bankerfs Dispatch
Van.
It is not our intention to disturb the present unloading
arrangements by involving Capital Freightways Limited in
this claim.  In our opinion, the accident would not have
occurred had the Ideal trailer been in proper running
order.
Managert Marine Operatior
Ag
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CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date     Vancouver March 8, 1972 Pile: PA 82623-M
From     W. W. Martin
To     Mr. H. lyson, Manager Marine Operations* Vancouver, B. C.
Please refer to your file T72-30-5 concerning damage to Banker*s
Dispatch Van on the rtDORIS YORKF, January 27, 1972.
lour letter of February k$  1972 and February 21, 1972 suggest payment should be undertaken by Ideal Fuel Co. of Victoria due to no
air in the braking system of trailer. Through a phone conversation
between G. Fitzraartin of this office and J. FLnoy of yours, I understand a non-authorized person was in charge of the tractor which
backed under trailer. From that I surmize improper procedure was
taking place and I therefore cannot see how the matter can be completely dismissed by your department as not your concern. Further,
are not there trailers blocked on the deck of vessel while enroute?
If that is the case, what is the procedure for removing blocking?
Is it after coupling of tractor and trailer, which would seem to be
the safest arrangement to me.
Please be assured that no criticism is intended heifcbut I do feel
further information should be forthcoming and your assurance of no
irregular handling whatsoever before you can completely absolve yourself of any responsibility in this matter.
If I am to decline liability of this claim, I feel more facts pertaining to the mishap are needed so as not to irritate Banker1 s
Dispatch by declining on a too general basis.
B
/^-Freight Claim Agent
DH/lr
 ,   1972.        File  No.:   T.7'>-:
».».    vU    %**   Lk- ."*w- Jl
iry  4th regarding
Te   "Doris Yorke",
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A   SUBSIDIARY   OF   BANKERS   UTILITIES   CORPORATION
872-5668
BOX 2833
VANCOUVER 3, B.C.
TELEX 04-54508
MONTREAL      •      TORONTO      •      WINNIPEG      •      CALGARY      •      EDMONTON      •      VICTORIA      •      SEATTLE
February 15th, 1972.
Mr. H. Tipon,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Pier  B,
Vancouver,   B.C.
' TWZ
Office of Manager,'
11 Harlne Operations.
As per your request, attached are repair estimates
on damage done to our vehicle in transit between
Vancouver and Victoria on December 29, 19 71, and
January 27, 72.
Yours truly,
B.D.C. LTD.
DP/fk
D. Paulen.
FASTEST SPECIALIZED CUSTOM-TAILORED SERVICE FOR BANKS AND INDUSTRY
 LARKDALE    MOTORS     LTD
VOLKSWAGEN   CARS   AND   TRUCKS     •     KARMANNGHIA     •     PORSCH
4575    MAIN    STREET VANCOUVER    10,    BiC.      —      872-543;
AUTOMOBILE       REPAIR       ESTIMATE
Jdress 25" U>  - 7/T^-tv        l7Ai^j^_ ._ Phone^7>S"Z^ £
License j\/*/f£lfa. Mode
Make
D,
A U T O M O
A Cor    ^j-rjS^Ui^ 'Year   /f ~
^%Ey^
\CC*r+*<&Le: C7A^
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Serial   No.
Engine No.
Ins   Co.
Policy  No.
Comp,
Theft
Ac jster
*epc,      Repce     U^Jt/^h'
Claim   No.
Operation
Collision
PD.   Ciaim
Net     .ems
1/
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$1 oo y.r
£
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POLICE
STICKER
N£:
This is purely an estimate and not a definite
contract price. Owing to the impossibility of
determining damage of concealed parts we
reserve the right to submit a further estimate
for approval or otherwise. Prices on parts
subject  to change  without notice.
Signature
THIS IS OUR
TOTAL BID
SUBLET & NET ITEMS
TOTAL OF PARTS      f<pn   77%
S.S. TAX
l&L
TOTAL ESTIMATE
OttAk
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 Canadian Pacific
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FREIGHT CLAIM DEPARTMENT
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AT .
DATE,
L/T-AAC'QlAiA^/e .     S<f^        _j
fiJ 7/y<2~
OUR  FILE NUMBER
fax?*?
YOUR  FILE NUMBER
OSfcD/INSPECT.  REPORT
WAYBILL  DATE
WAYBILL  NUMBER
FROM
TO
CAR OR  TRAILER
INITIALS   1          NUMBER
PRO. NO.
SHIPPER
CONSIGNEE
NOTF-   PLEASE P0ST 0UR FILE NUMBER ON YOUR RECORD AND ANSWER ITEMS CIRCLED BELOW PROMPTLY.
I-.V-L..   |F ADD|T|ONAL SPACE NEEDED USE THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS FORM.
ATTACH  COPY  OR  COPIES OF                                         L.S.  CONTRACT
EXPENSE                BILLOF            OR WAYBILL         , .
|WAYBILL   LJ                BILL         I I           LADING    1 1          CORRECTION       1 1
z   Do waybill and shipping bill agree as to quantity?
3  If car was inspected prior to loading and approved to
carry the commodity shipped, attach copy of Car
Inspection Report showing date and name of Inspector
who made the inspection.
4   If (3) cannot be complied with, explain fully why not
inspected by carrier and if car was reloaded at exact
same spot or if moved from unloading dock to reloading
dock, was it moved by Railway power or shippers power? |
5 Was car placed under load and reloaded by shippers
without prior Railway inspection and approval?
6   Was shipment (unloaded)(loaded) on (consignee)
(shippers) Private Siding or on Railway Team Track?
7 Was shipment (checked in) (checked out) by Railway
Checker?
8   Attach copy of delivery receipt showing all exceptions
made by consignee, date of delivery and receiver's signature.|
What notations did consignee make on delivery receipt?
"0 Advise all exceptions noted at time of transfer.
1 ]   Attach copy, or give reference to:
□ OS&D Report (Form 20) IDP
□ Inspection Report (Form FCD 22) IDP
□ Perishable Inspection Report (Form 1251) IDP
12 State seal record.
13 (a) Who applied seals, shippers or carriers?
(b) Who removed seals, consignee or carrier?
14 Pick up salvage and:-
(a) Sell for highest offer, forwarding me copy of form 3200A with full details of where your Special Debit will appear.
(b) Forward to my address free showing my claim number on the outside of package and on your waybill for free
movement and forward me copy of waybill.
(c) If you are satisfied salvage has no commercial value, place in company's scrapcar or destroy, advising when done.
15 Return all papers through your Freight Claim Agent for OS&D or Inspection report and salvage particulars, letting me
have a copy of your transmittal letter.
16 Papers attached, please authorize for $ with return of the complete file.
ADDITIONAL
DETAILS  TO
ABOVE   REQUEST
IF   ANY.
USE   REVERSE   SIDE   IF   NECESSARY
marine Operations.
 \4M
 Vancouver, February 4. 1972
Mr. H. Tyson
Mr, W. V. Martin
File: T-72^30-5
Have received report that a Ba/fker,Ts Dispatch Van wast
damaged during unloading operations on the DORIS I0RKE
January 27th at Vancouver .y/This unit apparently sustained damage to the tibl#K around the hood*
;e occurred when Capital Tractor #19 attempted to
back under an Ideal Fuel Company trailer to pick it up,
The Ideal trailer did not have any air in it's braking
system causing it to roll backwards into the Banker*s
Dispatch Van.     In the event that a claim is received,
it is considered that it should be referred to Ideal
Fuel Company for payment*
Manager, Marine Opera
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CPRall WZd
Internal Correspondence IL^i
Date   January 31st/?2#
From
To      Mr# H<> Tjrson:
Doris lork arriving Vancouver from S# Bay- Jan* 27th/?2
Banker1a Dispatch Truck (number not known)
Advised by Capitol Driver when pulling aa Ideal Trailer,
there being no brakes on the Ideal Trailer it slipped back and
hit the front of the truck. Some damage was sustained to truck
but same was away from dock before I could inspect same*
Form 102A-R
 MEMO FOR FILE
File: T-72-30-5
DORIS YORKE
Capital Hrhs^or  #19 backec^inder Ideal Trailer to
pick it up and the Ideal unit did not have any air
causing it to run backwards bumping a Banker's
Dispatch Van which was driven back into another unit*
BankerTs Dispatch Van damaged front and rear*
&
1
Mr. Yates - Wally Nezii advises that trailer pads
and blocks/ urg,en£ly required on DORIS
YORKE.

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