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The acts incorporating the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, & c. &c. &c

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The acts incorporating the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, & c. &c. &c

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Published by Waterlow and Sons in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.,
  • Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.,
  • Railroad law -- Great Britain.,
  • Railroad companies -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Digital series = CIHM/ICMH collection numérisée -- no. 9_01249
    ContributionsGreat Britain.
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19434156M
    ISBN 100659012499
    OCLC/WorldCa163277482

    The final act of treachery came when they sabotaged the bridge, leading to its final collapse in The PHL&B was profitable from the get-go, a pattern that continued for the next 15 years. In the railway purchased the Port Hope Harbour Company. In its name was changed to the Midland Railway of Canada.   Deed for effecting the union of the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada with the Northern Railway Company of Canada and the Hamilton and North Western Railway Company [Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, Northern Railway Company of Canada, Hamilton and Northwestern] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

    Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada: Copy correspondence, April-June , between the Great Western Railway of Canada and the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada [electronic resource]: regarding an offer by the first named company to lease all the Grand Trunk lines west of Toronto, including the Detroit and Sarnia, Buffalo and Lake Huron, the. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY COMPANY OF CANADA and Detroit, Grand Haven, & Milwaukee Railway Company, Appts., v. (34 , 58 ) GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY COMPANY OF CANADA and Detroit, Grand Haven, & Milwaukee Railway Company, Appts., v. MICHIGAN RAILROAD COMMISSION, Cassius L. Glasgow, Lawton T. Hemans, George W. Dickinson, and Franz C.

      Dated: 21, Old Broad Street, London, E.C., 8th March, Tables Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Manuscript Divsion, National Archives of CanadaPages: 9. ,c.e.c. Copy of a Report of aCommitteeof the HonorableExecutive Council, dated 2d March, , approvedby His Excellency the GovernorGeneral in Council.


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The acts incorporating the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, & c. &c. &c by Canada Download PDF EPUB FB2

31 Victoria, c. 19 Grand Trunk Railway Act, intituled: " An Act to legalize and confirm an agreement made between the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada and the Buffalo and Lake Huron Railway Company," an agreement, dated the seventh day of July, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, made between the said Companies, and.

Grand Trunk Railway, early Canadian railway line, incorporated in –53 to build a railway connecting the key cities of the Province of Canada (the area now known as Ontario and Quebec) with the American seacoast city of Portland, Maine.

By completing its final link in July between Montreal and Portland. The company was incorporated on Novemas the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada to build a railway line between Montreal and Toronto.

The charter was soon extended east to Portland, Maine and west to Sarnia, Canada arters: Montreal, Quebec. Under the special Act incorporating the Grand Trunk Railway Co., as well as under the general Acts concerning railways, the Superior Court has always had, and still has, jurisdiction to enforce the rights of individuals under what may be termed the statutory contract.

This court, in the case of the Canada Southern Railway Go. The Grand Trunk Railway Company was incorporated in to construct the key railway of eastern Canada, intended to serve all the important cities in Ontario and Quebec, and to connect them with Chicago at its western end, and Portland, Maine, on the sea-coast, at its eastern end.

— debenture stock,c. Grand Trunk Western Railway Company — agreement with Grand Trunk Railway Company,c. Grand Valley Railway Company — name changed from “Port Dover, Brantford, Berlin and Goderich Railway Company”,c.

91 — powers extended; line authorized,c. Westward. Envious of the Canadian Pacific Railway’s thrust into the West, and eager to have its own transcontinental line, the GTR set up a subsidiary, the Grand Trunk Pacific, to finish a route to the ted inthe railway was a financial disaster and was largely responsible for GTR’s bankruptcy in The federal government, which had already given the GTR some $ CANADIAN 7 R A I L.

in the form of money. This assistance would, Emmons hoped, extricate both himself and his railway from the woods and would get the whole show on the road to Montreal. It did, but Emmons lived to regret the whole arrangement.

This was Canada's first public railroad. The inaugural train was pulled by the locomotive the "Dorchester". In the Champlain and St. Lawrence became part of the Montreal and Champlain Railroad which was leased to the Grand Trunk in and now forms part of.

the original and amending Acts as passed by Parliament, which are published in the "Assented to" Acts service, in Part III of the Canada Gazette and in the annual Statutes of Canada; and. the original and amending regulations, as registered by the Clerk of the Privy Council and published in Part II of the Canada Gazette.

"This book applies to the Grand Trunk Railway, and also to the lines of the Montreal & Champlain and Buffalo & Lake Huron R'ys, now worked by the Grand Trunk Company." Table Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library 43Pages: Scanned from a CIHM microfiches of the original publication held by the Library and Archives Canada.

Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, Description: 1 online resource. Series Title: CIHM/ICMH digital series, no. 9_ Other Titles: Act to incorporate the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.

Grand Trunk Railway Reporting mark: GT. From the mid to late 19th century, the British-owned Grand Trunk Railway (GTR) dominated the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The GTR arrived in the mid s with the opening of a much-needed line between Montreal and Toronto.

The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada was by far the biggest enterprise in all of British North America. Byits main (or trunk) lines ran about 1, kilometres from Sarnia in Canada.

The first line to be incorporated as a subsidiary of the GWR was the Galt & Guelph Railway inopened for traffic from Galt to Preston by and to Guelph by This was followed by the Hamilton & Toronto Railway inopened inand the London & Port Sarnia Railway.

c. An Act to confirm and give effect to a certain agreement between the Government of Canada and the Great Western Railway Company. An Act to enable the holders of preference shares in the Great Western Railway Company to convert them into ordinary shares option. An Act to incorporate the Canadian and European Telegraph Company.

The. said Company shall afford all reasonable facilities to the Ontario and Pacific Junction Railway Company, when their railway shall be completed to a point of junction with the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to the Canada Central Railway Company, for the receiving, forwarding and delivering of traffic upon and from the railways of the said Companies, respectively, and for the return of.

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. City of Quebec, 30 SCR 73 City of Quebec; Grand Trunk Railway Company v. City of Quebec, () 30 SCR 29 Vict. 57, (Can.), consolidating and amending the Acts and Ordinances incorporating the City of Quebec, by subsection 4 of sect authorises the making of by-laws to impose taxes.

Charles Melville Hays ( – Ap ) was the president of the Grand Trunk began working in the railroad business as a clerk at the age of 17 and quickly rose through the ranks of management to become the General Manager of the Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific became Vice-President of that company in and remained as such until when he became Born:Rock Island, Illinois, United States.

that year, at the same time as assent was given to tho act incorporating the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.2 The amended acts was passed at the session of Parliament held during the present year; and it is under the provisions of the Act of as amended, and an act respecting the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company,4 assented to on.

the scheme to develop a railway line that ran the length of the Province of Canada, the GT incorporated the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada East (GTRCCE) in This company had the right to build from a point on the south shore of the St Lawrence opposite Quebec City to Trois Pistoles.Two subsidiary companies of the GTP had an impact on the landscape of Alberta.

In the Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines Company9 and the Grand Trunk Pacific Town and Development Company were incorporated. The Branch Line Company built a line from Tofield to Calgary, and opened up the country for the exploration of coal reserves by building a line from Bickerduke to Lovett, an area which.The Canada Southern Railway (reporting mark CASO), also known as CSR, was a railway in southwestern Ontario, Canada, founded on Febru as the Erie and Niagara Extension Railway.

Its name was changed to Canada Southern Railway on Decem The Act specified that it was to be constructed.