Folded Dimensions: 3 ½" X 9 ¾"
Open Dimensions: 19 ¼" X 45 ¼"
Date Determination: There is no date stated on the map, therefore the date of the map is determined by the year associated with the Fish and Game laws. 
Cover Description: White background with large letters, "ROAD MAP" above smaller text " Province of Ontario".  The B/A bow tie logo is below with two colored cars below that.  Never-nox Gasolene and Autolene Motor Oil are named across the bottom of the map.
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Main Legend Side Features:
Opposite Side Features:
Other: Compiled and drawn by D Barclay. A. Hay Chief Draughtsman.  Lithographed in Canada by Copp Clark Ltd., Toronto, ON.  Base map used in this edition is the same as the Official Road Map of Ontario produced by the Ontario Government.
Note: There is no Mercier Bridge shown on this map, which opened in 1934, but this must be an omission.  Ken has been to the Mercier bridge, which is in Quebec and examined an historical plaque there that the bridge was officially opened in 1934.

I do not have this map in my collection, Ken Brown; another member of the Road Map Collectors Association, has been kind enough to provide a scan of his map to me to be included in my web site.
The information above is based on what Ken supplied to me.