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Full text of "The Canadian Almanac and Directory 1897"


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THE COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITED. 


Entered according to Act of Parliament in the )-ear one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eÏJt., by 
TnR COPI', CLARK COMPANY (LIMITED), in the Office of the Minister of Agricultura. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 


[1897 


IMPERIAL 


BANK OF 


CANADA 


CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, $2,000,000. CAPITAL PAID-UP, $1,963,600, 
REST, $1,156,800. 
:IDirectors: 
H. S, HOWLAND, President. T, R. MERRITT. Vice-President. 
St. Catharines. 
WILLIAM RA!\ISAY. ROBERT JAFFRAY. HUGH RYAN. 
T. SUTHERLAND STAYNER. HON. JOHN FERGUSO
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D. R 'VILKIE, General Manager. 
BRANCHES IN ONTARIO: 
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Branches in Manitoba, North-West Territories and British Columbia: 
WINNIPEG, MAN. PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN. BRANDON, MAN. 
CALGARY, ALBTA. PRI
CE ALBERT, SASK. EDMONTON, ALBTA. 
VANCOUVER, RC. 
Agents in Great Britain :-LLOYD'S BANK, (Lim.) 
Drafts on NEW YORK and STERLING EXCHANGE Bought and Sold. DEPOSITS received and interest allowed. 
MUNICIPAL and other BONDS and DEBENTURES Purchased. 
PROnPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS. Agents in Canada for the CHEQUE BANK, Ltd. 


THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 


ESTABLISHED 1867 
HEAD O FFICE TO RONTO 
CAPITAL. SIX MILLION DOL LI\RS, $6,000.000 REST, $1,000,000 
:IDlrectore : 
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A. H. IRELAND, INSPECTOR. 
G. H. }IELDRUM, ASST. INSPECTOR. 


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Peterhoro' Walkerville City Branch- 399 Parliament Street 
Sarnia Waterfortl 19 Chahoillez Square 163 King Street East 
Neu7 Yurk-ALEX. I.AIRD AXD 'VM. GRAY, AUENTS, 16 EXCHANUE PLACE. 
BANKERS AND CORRESPONDENTS 
Great Britain The Bank of Scotland. Imlit!, China antl Japa7l.- Chartered Bank of India, Australia and 
China. Australia and New Zealantl- Union Bank of Australia. South A11!eri(
!- British Bank of South 
America; London and Brazilian Bank. lII"J'it'u- Banco de Londres y Me"ico. n./'st Indies-Bank of Nova 
Scotia, Kingston, Jamaica; Colonial Bank awl Branches. Bermuda Bank of Bermuda Hamilton. Smtth Afrit'a 
-Standard Bank of South Africa. Bank of Africa. France- Credit Lyonnais. Paris.' :\Iessrs. I.azanl, Frcres 
& Cie, Paris. Gernwlly-Deutsl:he Bank. Bdyi II Itt-Messl"!'l. J. J\latthieu & Fils, Brm.sels. l'-eI(' rork-The 
American Exchange National Bank of New York. Chicaflo -The American Exchange National Bank of Chicl
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Sun Fmncist'Q-The Bank of British Columbia. Briti.,h Columbia-The Bank of British Columhia. 
lI[(!ritim,e Prvt'Încex- The Hank of Nova 
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1897 ] 


Acts Passed, Parliament Canada 108 
Admiralty Divisioll ............ 200 
Agriculture, Department of .... 108 
Agriculture Dept. of Ont ...... 125 
Agriculture Dept. of Quebec.. 130 
Alma Collel!e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 249 
Albert College, Belleville. . . . . .. 247 
Alumni Assn. Victoria Cniversit.y 197 
Ancient Order United Workmen 199 
Anniversaries.. ........ .... .... 13 
Appeal, Court of .............. 201 
Area of Canada .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 42 
Assumption College, Sandwich.. 248 
Astronomical & Physical Soc'y... 196 
Astronomical Calculations.. . . . . 13 
Asylums for the Insane ........ 124 
Attorupy-General, Ontario.. .. .. 123 
Attorney-General, Q 1 1ebec . . . . .. 130 
Auditor-General's Office........ 107 
Banks and Branches .......... 69 
Banks, Foreign AJ(ents of ...... 72 
Baptist }finisters .............. 169 
Barometer, Average Height of. . 41 
Barristers and Solicitors, Onto .. 221 
Benchers, Law Society, Ont.. . .. 195 
Bishop Bethune College........ 251 
Bishop's Co!. :\Iedical Faculty .. 254 
Bishop's College School ........ 244 
Bishops of B. N. A. . . . .. . . . .. ... 136 
Bishop Strachan School ........ 250 
Board of County Judges. . . . . . .. 202 
Board of Health, Ontario....... 124 
Board of Health, Quebec. . _ . . .. 130 
Book Post .................... 257 
Brantford Y oun
 Ladies' College 250 
British Columbia, Pro\.ince of.. 133 
British Empire, Population of.. . 42 
British :\Ieth. Episcopal Church 167 
Cabinet, Dominion ............ 96 
C&ledonian Society ............ 19<J 
Calendar ............ _ . . . . _ . _ .. 16 
Calendar, 1897-1898 ............ 12 
Calendar, Explanat'n of Articles 13 
Canadian Order of Foresters. . .. 199 
Canada Business College ...... 254 
Canada, History of. ........... 46 
Canadian Institute............ 195 
Canadian Military Institute .... 196 
Can. Order of Chosen Friends .. 199 
Canadian Press Association ... _ 196 
Canadian Protective Association 199 
Canadian Wheelmen's Assoc'n.. 197 
Census of Canada.. ............ 45 
Centml Business College... ..... 253 
Chancery Division, IIigh Court.. 268 
China Inland }Iission .......... 168 
Chronological Cycles .......... 13 
Ohurch of England in Canada . _ 136 
Ch'rchSch'1 fOl'Girls,Winds'r,NS 251 
Circuit!! of the Courts.. . ... 201 
Cities, Towns and Villaj;('es... _.. 213 
Ch'il Service Examiners. .. .... 107 
Clergy of Canada.. ............ 136 
Clerks of the Courts, Quebec.. 219 
Close Season for Fish .......... 237 
Close Season for Game ........ 237 
Coinage in Canada. . . . . . . . . . . .. 194 
Colonies, British, Population of. 42 
Colle(.tors of Customs. . . . . . . . . _ 104 
Collegiate Institutes, Ontario.. 238 
CommerC'e, Dominion of Canada 43 
Commercial Trav. Asso(.iation.. 198 
Com'ers Affidavits Sup. C'rt..l08, 202 
Commons, House of.. ......... 98 
Con
regational Denomination.. 142 
Consen'atory of :\IusiC', London 254 
Consuls, Foreign, in Canada.... 335 
Oontroverted Elections Court .. 201 
Coroners, Quebec.. ........... _ 219 
Counties in Onta.io .. 205 
(!)ounties in 
uebec .. ... . . .. 218 
County Court Clerks, Ontario... 204 
County Courts ................ :WI 
County Court Terms.......... 2/)2 
Count.y and Judicial Officers.... 205 


IXDEX. 


County Judges' Criminal Court. 202 
County Registrars, }Ianitoba .. 21Y 
County Registrars, Ontario .... 204 
County Registrars, Quebec .... 218 
Courts of General Sessions. . . . .. 202 
Courts, Officers of. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 201 
Courts, Officers of, Quebec... _ _ _ 218 
Courts of Revision ............ 202 
Crown Land Agents, Ontario . _ 125 
Crown Lands Dep't, Ontario. . .. 124 
Crown Lands Department, Que. 130 
Crov'"o Timber Agents Dominion 105 
Crown Timber Agents, Ontario. 125 
Crown Timber Agents, Quebec.. 130 
Customs Department .......... 103 
Customs Revenue, cost of col- 
lecting ........__............ 67 
Customs, Tariff of. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 
Dairvmen's Assn. 'Vest. Ontario 197 
Daniousie College and University 245 
" " Medical Faculty 254 
Debt of Canada.......... . . . . . . 44 
Demill Residental Academ,r.. _. 252 
Demill Ladieli!' College. .. . _ . . .. 252 
Districts & Registrars, Manitoba. 219 
Division Courts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 202 
Division Court Clerks, Ontario.. 206 
Division Court Inspector ...... 206 
Dominion of Canada .......... 96 
Dominion Lands Agents........ 105 
Dominion Rifle Association .... 196 
Dominion Cattle Hreeders' Assll 197 
Dominion Sheep Breeders' Ass'n 197 
Dominion Swine Breeders' Ass'n 197 


Eclipses ...................... 14 
Eclipses, Planetary conjunctions 29 
Eclipses 01 Jupiter's Satellites.. 30 
Education Department, Ontario. 125 
Educational ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 238 
Educational Institutions of Can. 256 
Educational Institutions, Total 
Xumber .................... 238 
Educational Museum .......... 238 
English Church Union, The. .. .. 196 
Entomological 
ociety . . . . . . . . .. 197 
Epochs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 
Evangelical Association ........ 151 
Evangelical Lutheran .sew York 
Ministerium . _ . . _ _ . . . _ . . . . . .. 168 
Evangelical Lutheran Synod. _.. 151 
Examiners, Legal . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 195 
Examiners, Masters and Mates.. 107 
Exchequer, Court of. ........... 200 
Excise Tariff .................. 66 
Exports and Imports, Dominion. 45 
Festimls, Fixed ånd }Iovable .. 13 
Finance Department . _ . _ . . . _ .. 104 
Fisheries, Dept. of ........... _ 107 
Fisheries Protection and Marine 
Service of Canada............ 260 
Foreign Consuls in Canada .... 335 
Foreign }Ioney Orders. . . . . . . . .. 260 
Foreign Coins, Value of... ... . .. 68 
Fonns of Government through- 
out the world. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 74 
Freemasons, Grand Lodge of _ . .. 189 
Free Meth. Church of Canada. _ 168 
French Treaty .. 67 


Game Laws, Ontario............ 237 
Gazetteer Post Office Dominion. 264 
Geological Survey Dept ........ 106 
Gpolog-ical Society of America.. 197 
Good Roads Association. . . . . . " 197 
Governor-General and Staff .... 96 
Grand Council Royal Arcanum.. 199 
Grand Lodge, Freemasons. . _ . 189 
Grand Lodge Orang-emen ...... 198 
Gregg-'s Shorthand Academy... 253 
Guelph Bu..;iness College.. .. . . .. 263 
Guild of SC'ulpture, Ontario..... 329 
Halifax Medical College. . . . . . .. 254 
Hamilton Business College ..... 253 
Harbour Commissioners........ 107 


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Head Masteril Co. High Schools. 239 
Heir and Devisee Court .. . . . . .. 201 
Hellmuth Ladies' College ...... 251 
High Commissioner for Canada, 96 
High Constables, Quebec ...... 219 
High Court of Justice, Ont . _ .. 200 
High School Inspectors ........ 238 
History of CaDada............. 46 
Historical Events. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 175 
Historical Diary for 1895-lBOO .. 177 
House of Assembly N. B....... 131 
House of Assembly, Manitoba.. 132 
House of Assembly, Ontario _... 1
6 
House of Commons. _ . . _ . 98 


Immigration Agents .......... 106 
Imperial Garrison at Halifax. . .. 18 
Imports and Exports .......... 45 
Independent Order of Foresters 199 
Independent Order Oddfellows.. 329 
Indian Affairs, Department of .. 106 
Indian Agents ............ _ ... 106 
Inland Revenue Department _ _ 104 
Insane Asylums.... .. .... .. .... 124 
Insps. of Boilers and Machinery 107 
Inspector of Division Courts.... 124 
Inspectors of Fisheries .... ... 107 
Inspectors Inland Revenue .... 104 
Inspectors, Post Office. . _ . . . . . .. 105 
Inspectors, School ............ 238 
Interior, Department of. . . . . . .. 11'5 
Intestates Estates, Law of. .. .. 233 
Japan. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 187 
Je\\ish Calendar ....... .... .... 15 
Junior Judges, Ontario . . . ..... 207 
Justice, Department of ........ 103 
Jupiter's Satellites, Eclipses of. . 30 
King's Lo
'alists, The. _ . . . . . . . .. 172 
Knights of St. John and Malta.. 199 
Knox College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 246 
Lake St. John Territorv. . . . . . .. 329 
I..6nd Agents, Dominion.... ... 105 
Land Board, Winnipeg- ........ 105 
Land Registration Dist's N. W. T. 207 
Landmarks of History....... _.. 175 
Land Surveyors, Ontario 19ð 
Land Surveyors, Quebec... _ .. .. 130 
Laval Normal School, Quebec.. 248 
Laval University, Quebec ...... 243 
Law List, Ontario ............. 221 
Law School. . . . . .. ............ 195 
Law Society of Ontario ........ 195 
Legal & Judiciary, Ontario...... 200 
Quebec . . .. 202 

. Brunswick 203 
Manitoba.... 203 

 ova Scotia.. 2(13 
N. W. T. . .. .. 203 
P. E. Island.. 203 
R Columbia. 203 
Lègislati\"e Assembly, B.C...... 133 
Legislative Assembly, Ontario.. 126 
Legislative Assembly, N.S.. .... 134 
Legislativ{' Assembly, Quebec.. 129 
Legislative Assembly, N.W.T.. 135 
Legislative Assembly, P.E.I.... 135 
Legislative Council, Quebec.... 128 
L{'gislature of Manitoba. . . . . . .. 132 
Letter Rates ............ _ .... 257 
Life Insurance ................ 331 
Lundy's Lane Historical Society 253 
'lcGill Normal School.... ... .. 247 
\JcGill L'nh prsity, Montreal _ .. 241 
"c
laster University .......... 
43 
}Ianitoba, Province of. .. ...... 132 
Marine and Fisheries Departm't 107 
}Iarine Court, Ontario.......... 201 
}Iars and Yenus, Discs of ...... 14 

Iasonic Lodges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 18fJ 

Iathematical and Physical Soc'y HI7 
}Iean places of Stars.... .... .... 32 

Iedical Institutions. _ _ _ . . . .. 254 
Memoranda for 1897............ 15 



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ADYERTISE
IENTS. 


[18n7 


P. CORRIDI 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR 


9 TORONTO STREET, TORON'l'O 


J. H. CHEWETT, B.A. Sc. 
Mining Engineer 


ASSOC. MEM. CAN. SOC. C.E.. . 


SPECIAL AUDITS UNDERTAKEN. 


CONSULTATION, REPORTS, DEVELOPMEI\"T 
Books designed to suit the special requirements of 
Business. Statements of affairs prepared. I 
Books of Joint Stock Companies and incorporated 
institutions audited quarterly, monthly or annually. 


83 YORK STREET 
TORONTO. CANADA 


The London Guarantee & Accident Co., ltd. 


OF LONDON, ENGLAND 


ESTABLISHED 7869 


Head Office for Canada, 


TORONTO 


Capital . 
Funds over 
Dominion Government Deposit , 


$1,250,000.00 
1.500,000.00 
74,387.94 


FIDELITY BONDS-The Bonds.uf this Company are extensively issued to all 
departments of the Dominion and Provincial Governments, also to railways, hanks, 
loan and savings companies, etc., etc. 


INSURANCE II Employer's Liability, Workmen's Collective 
ELEVATOR and PERSONAL ACCIDENT 
Your attention is calltd to the advantage of securing an independent Suretyship,. 
or an Accident Policy, from an institution whose large resources and extended opera- 
tions must specially recommend itself for your selection. 


A. . I. HUBBAR.D, Manager 


351, 352, 382, 404, 729, 303, ]70, ]66. 5. 6, :292, 
293. 291 (Mapping), 659 (Drawing). 
and 1045 & 1046 for Vertical Writing. 



1897] 


[
DEX -Coldillued. 


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Railways and Canals, Dept. of .. 105 
New Brunswick, Province of.. .. 131 Railway Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 
New Jerusalem Church ........ 157 Railroads in the Dominion. . . . . _ 262 
Newspapers, Rates of Postage.. 258 Railroads and Steamship Lines.. 261 
::"Jinmo & Harrison Bus. College. 253 Rain, Total Amount of, 1895.... 41 
:Sormal Colleg-e, Ontario........ 238 Rain and Snow Principal Cities 217 
Normal and )Iodel Schools .... 238 Receipts and Payments Canada 44 
North-West Mounted Police.... 125 Reformed Episcopal Church.... 167 
N orth- West Territories ........ 135 Rebristrars, Admiralty Districts. 203 
Notaries in Quebec ............ 234 I Registrar General, Ontario.. .... 123 
Nova Scotia, Province uf...... .. 134 Registrar PrO\ incial, Quebec.... 130 
North American & West Indian I Registrar Provincial, Ontario.... 123 
Squadron.......... ......... _ 188 Registrars, County, Ontario. _.. 204 
YorthAmericaSt.George's Union 199 Rel(Ístrars, County. )Ianitoba... 219 
Registrars, County, Quebec .... 218 
Qccultations of Stars.......... 28IReg!stra
,N.'
..:r: .........:..106 
Ontario Agricultural College 125& 247 Reg-!strat!on Dn'lsJOns, Ontano. 204 
Ontario Archæological 
Iuseum.. 197 I Re!ps.tratlOn ?
 I;etters ........ 2
7 
Ontario Business College. . . . . . .. 253 R
hglOUS StaL,sÌlcs of Can:;illa .. 1/1 
Ontario College of Pharmacy .. 254 R!
ley Colleg
, St. Cat
ar
nes.. 32g 
Ontario Educational Association 196 1 ' R,smg, Southmg and Settmg of 
Ontario Institute for the Blind.. 247 Planets. . . . :. . . . . - . .. .. .. '. . 31 
Ontario Inst. for Deaf and D'lmb 247 Roman Ca
hohc Church........ 158 
Ontario Ladies' College ... .... 251 Ro) al F
1!ldy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . 94 
Ontario, Plovince of........... _ 123 Royal )I!l!tary College ... -.... 110 
Ontario Society of Artists _ _ .... 1!)6 Royal )hl
t-ary College Club.... 196 
Ontario Undertakers' Association 197 Royal Society of Canada.. .. .... 195 
Ontario Veterinary Association.. 197 Royal Templars of Temperance. 199 
Ontario Veterinary College .... 255 
Orange Body .................. HIS Sabbath ðl'hool Association 
Ottawa Auxilliarv R & F. Bible School of Dentistry 
Society. . . . . . .: . . . . . . ... .... 196 School of 
lining and Agricul- 
I ture, Kingston............... 
47 
Parcel Post. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 258 School of Practic-al Science 247 
Parliaments of the Dominion. .. 95 Secretary of State, Canada. .. . .. 107 
Patrons of Industry............ 199 St'lectKnights ................199 
Peel Pioneer's Society.......... 1981 Semi-Diameter of the Sun&)Ioon 3:-1 Wentworth Pioneer & His. Soc.. 198 
Pioneer and Historical Associa'n 198 . Senate of Canada. . _ _ _. _. 97 Wesley College, Winnipeg.. .. .. 245 
Planets. ................. 31 Senior Sehool, Uontreal. ... .... 249 Wesleyan Ladies' College.. ..... 252 
Planetary Conjunctions. . .. . . . . 29 Sheriffs, Ontario .............. 205 Wesleyan Theol()g-ical College.. 246 
Pole Star, rpper Transit of .... 16 Sheriffs, Quebec...... ..... .. 219 Western Ontario Shorthand Aca- 
Pol!ce 
laR"!strates, N. W. 
.. .... 203 Sheriffs, 
. W. T . .. .. .. .. .. . ... 203, dem}.. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. 253 
Pohce 
Iag-If"trates, OntarlO .... 217 
hing-wauk Home for Indian Wt'stern l-nÏ\ersih- and Collecre 
Polytechnic School, Montreal. .. 252 Children. . . . . . . . . . .. ........ 252 London. . . . . . . .: ..... ....
. 246 
Population of Canada......42 & 45 Ships, 11.:\I.S. on our Coasts.... 1
8 WOo<lstock COlleg-e. 243 
Postal Information ...... . . .. 257 Shipping, Tonnage of .. . . . . . . .. 43 I Wvcliffe College 246 
Post Office De{>artment ........ 104 :
;ittinb"S of the High Court of I' 
Post Offices, List of ............264 Justice..._.. _.. __ 201 and 220 York Pioneers ................ ]98 
Poult.r
' Ass
ciation . .. . . 197 Societies, Miscellaneous. . . .. .. 195 , Young Men's Christian A<;socia- 
PremIUms, Life Insurance...... 333 Solicitors & Barristers, Ont .... 22] tion .... ... . . . . . . ..... ...... 196 


)Ieteorological Averages. . .. . . .. 217 
Meteorological Register, 1895 .. 40 
Methodist Church in Canada .. 143 
Militia and Defence Department 105 
Militia, List of the Dominion ., 109 
Artillery, Field .............. 110 
Garrison .......... 110 
Royal Regiment. . ... 110 
Cavalry, Corps of _. .. ........ 110 
School Corps. . . . .. .. 110 
Command in Chief .......... 109 
Department of 
Iil. and Def.. 109 
Engineers, Corps of . . . . . . . . .. 113 
Infantry & Rifles, Battalions.. 113 
Indep't Co's 122 
Royal Regiment... _ _ 110 
Royal )Iilitary College _ . . _ .. 110 
Staff, District. . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. 109 
Head-Quarters ........ 109 
Militia, Strength of ....... _ .. .. 122 
!liscellaneous Societies ........ 195 
Model Schools, Ontario ........ 239 

[oney Orders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 259 
Money Orders, Foreign ........ 259 
'Iontreal Theological College .. 246 
Moon's Phases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 
}loon, Times of Rising-and Setting 16 
Morrin College, Quebec ........ 246 
Moulton Ladies' College. . . . . . .. 243 
Mount Allison Ladies' College.. 250 
Municipal Information, Ontario. 208 
Municipal Statistics, Ontario. . . . 33 
Ifunicipalities in Manitoba .... 216 


Presb) terian Church in Canada. 152 
Presbyterian College, Halifax... 247 
Presbyterian College, Montreal. 246 
Presbyterian Ladies. Colleg-e. . .. 253 
Prince Ed. Island, Province of.. 135 
Prince of Wales' College, Char- 
lotteto\\ n, P. E. I . . . . . . . . . _ . _ 247 
Principals of Model Schools. .. 239 
Printing' & Statiol1ery, Dept. of. 107 
Principals High Schools........ 239 
Privy Council. . . . . . . . . . . . 96 
Prohibited Imports ............ 67 
Protestant Churchmen's Union.. 199 
Provincial Nonnal School, Truro, 
N. S ............ ........... 248 
PrO\.incial, Normal and )Iodel 
Schools. . . . . . . . _ . . . . _ _ _ 238 
Provincial Secretary, Ontario .. 123 
Provincial Secretary, Quebec. .. 130 
Public School Inspectors ...... 238 
Public Instruction Dept. of Que. 13U 
Public Schools, 
Iontreal. . . .. :l49 
Public Schools, Ontario. . . . . . .. 238 
Public Works, Department of .. lOt 
Public Works Department,Ont. 123 
Public Works Dept. of Que .... 130 


Quebec, Province of............ 128 
Queen and Royal Family ...... 94 
Queen's Bench Pro. of Quebec. _ 202 
Queen's Unhersity Kingston. _ _ 241 


Sons of England ..... . . . . . . . " 199 
Sons of Ireland Protestant A:ìS'n. 199 
Stanstt'ad Wesleyan College.... 247 
:;tar Table .................... 14 
Stars, )Iean places of.. ......... 3:! 
Steamship Lines in the Dominion 261 
St. Andrew's Soriety. _ . _. .. _ .. 198 
St. George's Society... _ _ . . _ . .. 198 
St. Hilda's College. . . . . . . . . . .. 250 
St. Jerome's :'olleg-e. . .. . . . . ... 248 
St. 
Iichael's College . . . .. 248 
Sundays in 1897 " .. . . . . . .. .... 15 
Sun on :\Ieridian .............. 16 
Sun, Times of Rising and Setting 16 
Sun's Dedination .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 
Sunshine, hours of ............ 40 
Supreme Court of the Dominion 200 
Sup. Court of Judicature, Ont.. 200 
Surrog-ate Courts .............. 202 


Tariff of Customs ........ .. . . . . 52 
Tariff of Excise ................ 5
 
Temperature, A \'erage ........ 41 
Temperature at Principal Cities 217 
Thunder Storms, Number of. . .. 4() 
Time at Various Places. _ _ _. _.. 14 
Tide Tables, Halifax............ 35 
Tide Tables, Quebec............ 38 
Toronto Church School ........ 248 
Toronto Colleg-e of )Iusic ...... 254 
Toronto Collegiate Institute.... 248 
Toronto Conservaton' of Music. 254 
Toronto Humane So
ietv .. .. . .. 197 
Toronto School of Langùages... 329 
Towns and Officials of . . .. . . . . .. 213 
Township Municipalities. . . . . . .. 208 
Trade and Commerce, Dept. of.. 108 
Trades and Labor C'ouncil ...... 198 
Treasurer, Pro\'incial, Ontario.. 124 
Treasurer, Pro\incial, Quebec.. 130 
Treasurers, County, Quebeo .... 218 
Trinity College School. _ . . . . _ _ .. 248 
Trinity Unh'er;;ity. . . . . . . .. .... 242 
Trinity )Iedical Colleg-e ........ 255 


United Brethren in Christ. . . . .. 157 
Cnited Empire Loyalists. . . . . .. 172 
Universalist Church.. .. .. ...... 151 
University of Acadia College.... 245 
University of King's College, 
Windsor .................... 245 
University of Bishop's College 
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The year 1315 of the }Iahommedan Era begins on The 31st of the Uominion of Canada begins Ju13' 1, 1897 
June 2..._................ _ _ ................. 1897 The 122nd of the Indep. of the U. S. begins July 4, 189 7 
Fixed and Movable Festivals and Anniversaries. 


St David .................................. 
Ash Wednesday............................. 
Bt. Patrick.. . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 
Lady Day .. .. . . . .. ........................ 
Good Friday .................. _ . . 
Easter Sunday.. .. ., .. .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . - - 
St. George.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . . .. 
Birth of Queen Victoria... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 
Holy Thursda3'... . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. 


}Iarch 1 
10larch 3 
March 17 
March 25 
April ]6 
April 18 
April 23 
May 24 
May 27 


Whitsunday. . .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . . . . 
}(idsummer Day.. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. 
Dominion Day.. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . .. ... .... 
Labour Day.. .. ............ . . . . . . . . . . . 
Michaelmas Day.. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. 
Birth of Pnnce of Wales (1841).. ... ........ 
St Andrew............................. - . . . 
Christmas Day (Saturday).. ..... .......... 


June 6 
June 24 
July 1 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 29 
1"ov. 9 
1"ov. 30 
Dec. 25 


Explanation of the Articles in the Calendar. 
The-se pages are calculated for Toronto, QlletJec and Winnipeg, and for ordinary purposes will serve with sufficient 
accuracy for every city in the Dominion of Canada For Latitude IInd Longitude of Observatory see page 16. 
NOTE-Standard times* are j;\'iven in all rolumns headed Toronto, Quebec and Winnipeg. 
The times. of the SUN'S RISING AND SETTINGt are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction f01 
Toronto, Quebec and Winnipeg. 
The standard times* both for the rising and setting of the Moon's centre are given for every day for Toronto r 
Quebec and Winnipeg. 
The column, SUN OK MERIDIAN, gives the time that a watch keeping lor-al mean time should show when tbe- 
shadow of a sun dial Is on the noon mark. 
MOON'S AGE.-This column shows to the nearest ter.th of a day the Moon's age at Toronto mean noon. 
The column, UPPER TRANSIT OF POLE STAR, shows for every day the mean time* at which the Pole Star makc& 
lt8 upper transit across the meridian of longitude 4h. 46m. W. It passes the meridian twice on October 11. 
The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occnrs may be found by adding lIh. 58m. 2s. to the time of 
the preceding upper transit. 
The seven last columns are calculated for Lat. 45 0 , Long. 4h. 46m. W., but will serve with sufficient accuracy for 
the whole of Canada. 
GR.:ATEST ELONGATION OF THE POLE STAR.-This column gives the greatest azinmth of the Pole Star east or 
west from the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 45 0 . When the greatest elongation correspondiug to any 
other Latitude is required, the number givel\ in the column should be corrected by mean!! of the following Table. 


Latitude ................... . 1 42') I 430 I 44 a 45 0 I 460 I 47:J I 480 I 490 I 50'" 
1st Correction for Degrees .... -5' 10" -8' :J2" -1' 49" 0' 00" + l' 55" + 3' 55" + 6' 3" + 8' 17" I + ] 0' 39" 
2nd Correction for each minute I 
of latitude ................1 + 1".6 + 1".7 + 1".8 -+ 1".9 + 2".0 1 + 2".1 + 2".2 + 2".4 + 2".6 
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The 1st correction for the degrees of latitude is to be subtracted from the p;reatest elongation given in the 
calendar or added tl) it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45.... 
The 2nd correction, which ill alwll.Ys additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of the 
Table b3' the number of minutes in the latitude. 
Thus for latitude 43 0 20' . .lst rorrection = - 3' 32" 2nd correction + 1.7 X 20 = + 0' 34" 
47 0 40'.. Co = + 3' 55" + 2.1 X 40 = + l' 24" 
45 0 10'.. II 0' 0" + 1.9 X 10 = + 0' 19" 
MOON''i PHASES.-This Table gives the times (standard 75th meridian)* when the 1oloon passes the geocel'ltric 
longitudes of 0 0 , 900, 180 0 , and 270 0 east of the sun. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance 
from the earth. 
From the time of the upper transit of the Pole Star may he found the time of its greatest western or eastern 
elonl'ation, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 


Latitude .................. I 42. I 4.3. I 440 I 45" I 46" I 47" I 
h m 8 h m s h m "Ih m s b m s h m s ! h 
Constant ... .............. 5 54 31 5 54 21 5 54 11 5 54. 1 5 53 50,5 53 39 5 
Difference for 10' of latitude. I -1.7/ -1.71 -1.7; -1.8 -1.8, -1.8 1 
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Star Table. 


From the times of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be derived, with the aid of the following Table the 
times of <?ulmination, and of the rising and setting of the principal fix
d stars, as seen from the parallel 
f 45 0 
north latitude. 
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 the fo
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le \\ ill be on the meridian, add the number in the left- 
hand column of fig-ures to the precedmg mendIan transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time 
of rising of the star, subtract th
 number oppo
ite to it in the right-hand column of fig-ures from the time of its 
meridian passa
e. For the .settmp of a star, add the Aal
l
 number to the. time of its meridian passage. Those 
stars marked (. . . .) revolve In a cIrcle of perpetual apparitIOn, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north 
of latitude 45 0 . 



 Rl
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Meridian. and Sets. I 


On Rises 
.Meridian. and Sets. 


NAME OF STAR. 


NAME OF STAR. 


h. m. 
2238 
2243 
2310 
2314 
028 
040 
1 36 
1 56 
3 I} 
347 
348 
358 
4 5 
4 9 
414 
429 
Ó 20 
533 
6 6 
612 
617 
8 0 
8 41 
852 


h. m. 
810 
659 
440 
725 
739 
613 


h. ?no 
935 
1021 
11 6 
11 57 
1221 
12 48 
1328 
1348 
14 7 
14 16 
1436 
15 0 
1546 
16 5 
1631 
17 10 
1822 
19 14 
1952 
20 2 
2036 
21 27 
2135 


h. ?n. 


.. Andromedæ. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
tT pegasi (Algenib)....... .. .... 
0. Cassiopeiæ .................. 
fJ Ceti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
fJ Arietis .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
0. Arietis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
0. Ceti ............... - . - . . . . . . 
0. Persei. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 
0. Tauri (Aldebâran)... _. _ _ _... . , 
tT Aurigæ (Capella) .. . . . . . . . . .. 
fJ Orion is (Rigel).. . . . .. . .. . . . . . 
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0. Coiulnbæ............ .. .... 
0. Orionis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 
0. Canis :Majoris (Sirius).. ,. .. 
E Canis :Majoris. .. . ... . ........ 
o.lGeminorum (Castor) . . . . . . . . . 
0. Canis Minoris (Procyon). . . . . . 
ß Geminorum (Pollux)... . . . . .. 
0. Hydræ................ _ . . . . . 
0. Leonis (Regulus) ............ 
y' Leonis ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 


0. Ursæ l\lajoris . . . . . . .. . . . . . _ .. 
fJ Leonis ............ .. . . . . . . . . 
ß Corvi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . 
0. Virginis (Spica).. __ .. . , . . . . . . 
>) Ursæ 1\lajoris.... . . . , . . . . . . .. 
0. Bootis (Arctnrus). . . . . . . . . . . . 1 
fJ Ursæ Minoris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
fJ Llbræ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
0. Coronæ Borealis. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
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a Herculis............ _........ 
fJ Draconis .................... 
y Dracon!s. . . . . . _ . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . 
a. Lyræ (Vega)................. 
0. Aquilæ (Altair) ... . . . . . . .. . . . 
0. Cygni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
0. Cephei . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
fJ Aquarii ..................... 
0. Aquarii ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . 
0. Piscis Aust. (Fomalhaut). .... 
a. Pegasl .. . . . . . . . . . . . ' _ . . . . 


7 2 
4 20 
516 


723 


523 
8 2 
626 
436 
4 2 
659 


7 7 


525 
S 10 
557 
554 
3 9 
629 
450 
346 
834 
621 
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526 
650 
726 


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633 
1122 


534 
555 
336 
7 0 


Table showing the Illuminated Portio'1s of the Discs of Venus a'1d Mars. 


1897. Venus. Mal.B. 1897. Venus. Mars. 
January. . 15 0.656 0.951 July.. .. .. 15 0.537 0.957 
February. 14 0.523 0.910 August .. 15 0.675 0.974 
March ... 15 0.337 0.898 September 15 0.783 f) Y88 
April .... 15 0.059 O.90t October.. 15 0.865 0.996 
May 15 0.088 0.920 November 15 0.928 1 000 
June. .. . . 15 0.356 0.939 Decem ber. 15 0.968 0.998 


Eclipses, 
In the year 1897 there will be two eclipses, both of the sun: 
I.-An annular eclipse of the sun, February 1st, invisible in Canada. 
H.-An annular eclipse of the sun, July 29th, visible in Canada as a partial eclipse. 
TORoNTo-The eclipse begins 8h. 46.2m.; mjddle of eclipse 9h. 49.1m.; ends at 10h. 56. 2m. Angle from 
S point of sun towards the east at the beginning 251" and ending 154 0 for direct image. Magnitude of eclipse 
(sun's diameter = 1) 0.362. 
WINNIPEG-The eclipse begins 7h. 53. 8m.; middle of eclipse Sh. 35.7m.; ends at 9h. 19.3m. Angle from 
N point of sun towards the east at the beginning 233 0 and ending 164 0 for direct image. Magnitude of eclipse 
(sun's diameter = 1) 0.178. . 


Twelve O'Clock Noon Toronto Standard Time (11'42 Mean Time)-Toronto Standard Time 17m, 34'65. 
fast of Mean Time, as compared with a Clock shewing Mean Time at the following places: 


ltlEAS TIME. II 
h. m. 
Lisbon ....... ...... __ 4 23 P Rome ' . . . . . . .. _ .. . . 
London, Eng ...... 5 0 P Rotterdam. . . . . _ . . . . . . . 
Madras ................ 10 21 P Ii san Francisco. . . . . . . . . . . 
:Madrid ................ 4. 45 P St. Petersburg.......... 
Melbourne, Aust........ "2 40 a St.John's, IS"ewfoundland' 
1\lontreal. ............ . . 0 6 P l:5uez _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Moscow................ 730p Sydney, Aust........... 
New york.............. 0 4p Vienna ................ 
Paris.................... 5 9p I Vanpou\'er ............. 
I Philadelphia .... ..... 11 59 a Victoria, R. C. .. .. .. .. . . 
Pekin, China.. _ _ . _ -. . *0 46 a I Winnipeg.... . .. . . . . . . 
Quebec.... .... ---=-=-- 0 15 P I 
"Of following day. 


MEAS TIME. 


\lEAN TIME. 


h. m. 
635 P 
554p 
9 51 P 
015 P 
10 54 P 
614 P 
11 10 a 
656 P 
435 P 
4 47 P 
443 P 
721 P 


h.7n. 
550p 
018 P 
850 a 
7 Ip 
129 P 
7 10 P 
"3 5 a 
6 flp 
848 a 
847 a 
10 32 a 


Athens... ... _... _..... 
Berlin .. . . . . . . ' . .. ..... 
Bombay. . . . . . _ .. . . . . . . . 
Boston . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 
Calcutta . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Capr of Good Hope .... 
ChicaR"o .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 
Constantinople . . .. .... 
Dublin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Edinburgh. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Glasgow,... ...... ... 
Jerusalem ............. 



1897] 


ME)IORANDA 1897-8-JEWISH CALE
DAR 5657-8. 


15 


MEr.tORA
DA FOR T
E YEAR 1891, 


JANUARY. 


JULY. 
1. Thursday, Dominion Day 


1. Friday, Circumcision 
6. Epiphan
' 


FEBRUARY. 


1. )Ionday 
14. Septuagesima Sunday 
21. Sexagesima Sunday 
28. Quinquagesima Sunday 


?lARCH. 


1. 
Ionday, St. David 
3. Ash Wednesday 
7. Quadragesima. 1st Sunday in 
Lent 
14. 2nd Sunday in Lent 
17. St. Patrick 
21. 3rd Sunday in Lent 
25. Annunciation. Lady Day 
28. 4th Sunday in Lent 


APRIL. 


1. Thursday 
oJ. 5th Sunday in Lent 
11. Palm Sunday 
16. Good Friday 
18. Easter Sunday 
23. St. George 
25. Low Sunday 


MAY. 


1. Saturday 
23. Rogation Sunday 
24. Birth of Queen Victoria 
2i. Ascension Day. Holy Thursday 


JUNE. 


1. Tuesday 
6. Pentecost. Whit Sunday 
13. Trinit
. Sunday 
17. Corpus Christi 
20. Accession of Queen \'ictoria 
24. St. John Baptist. Midsummer 


Al:OU8T. 


1. Sunday 


8EPTEMBER. 
1. Wednesda,. 
6. Labour Dà y 
29. St. }lichael. .\Iichaelmas Da} 


OCTOBER. 


1. Friday 


NOVEMBER. 


1. Monda}" 
9. Birth òf Prince of Wales, lò41 
28. 1st Sunday in Ad vent 
30 St. Andrew 


DECEMBER. 
1. Wednesday 
21. St. Thomas 
25. Christmas Day. Saturday 


Jewis
 Cale'1dar (1\.0. 1891, I\.M. 5851-58). 


The year 5657 commenced Sept. 8th, 1896. 


Januarv 
Fe

aÌ)- 
March 


A r,ril 




y 
June 


J \
!y 


4 New Moon Sebet Julv 
3 New)Ioon Adar 1 Au
.u8t 
16 Klein Purim .. 14 
5 New }Ioon Vedar 1 5658 
17 Fast of Esther .. 13 Sep.
ember 
18 "Purim 14 
19 Schuscham Purim 15 
3 New Moon Sisan 1 October 
17 "Festival of Passover .. 15 
18 *" .. 2nd day .. 16 
23 * 7th day .. 21 
24 * ends .. 22 
3 New 
Ioon Yiar 1 
20 Festival 33rd day of Omer .. 18 
1 New Moon SÏ\'an 1 November 
6 *Festival of Weeks Pentecost.. 6 1 December 
7 * .. 2nd day" 7 December 
1 New Moon Tamuz 1 11:158 
18 Fast of takingof Temple .. 18 , January 


30 New Moon 
8 "Fast for burning of Temple 
29 N ew 
Ioon 


Ab 1 
.. 10 
Elui 1 


27 *First day of New Year Tisri 1 
28 "Second Feast for New Ypar 2 
29 Fast of Guedaliah 3 
6 "Fast of Reconciliation .. 10 
11 *Feast of Tabernacles .. ] 5 
12 *Second feast of Huts .. 16 
17 Feast of Palms Hosana Raba .. 21 
18 *End of Congregation Feast .. 2:! 
19 *Rejoicing of the Law .. 23 
27 New Moon Marchesran 1 
26 New Moon Chislew 1 
20 Consecration of Temple .. 25 
26 New Moon Tebet 1 


4 Fast for siege of Jerusalem 


.. 10 


Those marked (* ) are to be strictly observed. 
All the Jewish S'lbbaths, Festivals and Fasts commence on. the previous evening at sunset. 


MEMORANDA FOR THE YEI\R 1898. 


JANUARY. 
1. Circumcision. Saturday. 
6. Epiphany. 
.-JIBRUARY. 
1. Tuesday. 
6. Septua.l!l::sima Sunday. 
13. Sexagesima Sunday. 

O. Quinqu'lgesima Sunday. 
23. Ash Wednesday. 
2i. Quadragesima. 1st SUn. in Lent. 
MARCil. 
1. Tuesdav. St. David. 
6. 2nd Sunday in Lent. 
13. 3rd Sunday in Lent. 
17. St. Patrick. 
20. 4th Sunday in Lent. 
26_ Annunciation. Lad
 Day. 
27. 5th Sunday in Lent. 


APRIL. 


1. Fridav. 
3. Palm'Sunday. 
8. Good Friday. 
10. Easter Sunday. 
Ii. Low Sunday. 
23. St. George. 


MAY. 


1. Sunda
 
15. Rogation Sunday. 
19. Ascension Day. Hol
' Thursday. 
24. Hirth of Queen Victoria. 
29. Pentecost. Whit Sunday. 
Jl;SE. 
1. WednesdM-. 
5. Trinit
. Sùnday. 
9. Corpus Christi. 
20. Accession of Queen Victoria. 
24. St. John Baptist. .\Iidsummer D. 


JITLY. 
1. Friday. Dominion Day. 
Aum'ST. 
1. Monday. 
SEPTEMBER. 
1. Tuesday. 
5. Labour Da\". 
29. St. }IichaeÌ. 
lichaehnas Day. 
OCTOBER. 
1. Saturday. 
KO\"É)IBER. 
1. Tuesdav. 
9. Birth of Prince of Wales, 1841. 
27. 1st Sunday ill Advent. 
30. St. Andrew. 
DECE)IBER. 
1. Thursdar. 
21. St. Thomas. 
25. Christmas Day. Sunday. 



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6 in Aphelion. 2 S I . 3 27 0 
7 6 & 1] Cancri 6 0 
15 t;j in Aphelion. 30 
6 9 ó <r 9 6 32 S 30 
7116<< 118 . 2 , 7S 1 30 
June. 
113 IV 6 (( IV 5 6 S DE, 
7 t;j Stationary. f 6 
o 9 Greatest brillianc) . 7 
6 6 ó << 6 1 49 N 15 
2 11 ó << 11 3 43 N 15 
12 IV ó 0. 15 
21 41 6 <r 41 5 12 N 19 
22 Iz ó << }z 7 15 
 23 
19 t;j 
reat. elong-. W. 
3 4 I 23 
J t;j Great. He!. Lat. S. 25 
201z6U1 1z23N 26 
28 0 enters Qõ SUlll. com. 1 27 
3 9 in Aphelion. 27 
1961 9858
31 
7t;jó<r t;j511S 
11IVó<< IV53S 
12 t;j 6 I!! t;j 0 14 N 


September. 


January. 


H. 
17 41 & <r 
17 
 
 << 
21 t;j 
rationarv. 
22 t;j Great. Hèl. Lat. S. 
23 9 in &6. 
1 1:. c5 
. 
22 IV 0 -i.;. 
14 !!I ó << IV 
 
8 S 
7 t;j & (0' Inferior. 
14 
 enters 
 Autumn com. 
219ó(( 9:!!48N 
3 IV Stationary. 
19 11 ó (( 
22 t;j ó <r 
18 6 6 (( 
18 t;j ó 1:. 
1 41 ó << 
3 Iz ó << 
12 II Stationary, 
23 t;j in &6. 


H. D. 
13 t;j Ó << t;j 0 8 S 
 
11 t;j Great. elong. E. 19 9 4 
1
 â i
 
. 9 3 7 S 1
 
o t;j Stationary'. 10 
16 t;j in Perihelion. 116 
22 6 ó 1 6 1 42 
 16 
11 IV ó << I!! 5 50 S 16 
2 6 Stationary. 17 
16 11 ó (( 1). 3 46 N 17 
10 t;j ó 8 Inferior. 18 
23 t;j Great. He!. Lat. N. 21 
7 -'I;I ó <r 41 5 29 N 21 
9 Iz ó <r Iz 7 19 N 21 
6 9 in &6. 22 
4t;jó<< t;j51lN 25 
26 
28 
30 


D. 
4 
6 
6 
10 
13 
14 
14 
15 
16 
21 
2"2 
24 
27 
27 
30 
31 


41 Ii I! N 
Iz 6 58 N 


11 5 
7 N 
t;j 235 N 
65
4S 
t;j 217 S 
41 
 68 N 
1z6B6" 


February 


H. 


Ð. 
1 
2 
:; 
11 
11 
15 
16 
17 
17 
lï 
18 
19 
22 
23 

 
26 
27 


October. 


'.!) Eclipsed, invisible. 
23 t;j Stationar} . 
189&<< 9848S 
15 6 6 <r 6 1 51 S 
19 IV 6 << IV 5 53 S 
23 
 Great. elong. W. 26 23 
2 9 Great. elong. E. 46 39 
2 41 0 0. 
10 t;j in 
. 
19 11 ó <r 
15 Iz 0 0. 
16 6 ó $ 
9 11 8 0. 
13 41 ó << 
16 Iz ó II 
4 IV Stationary. 
15 t;j in Aphelion. 


D. 
1 
2 
4 
5 
7 
10 
]2 
11 3 33 N 

 
6 4 2 N 16 
1 18 
41 5 27 
 20 
Iz 7 19 N 

 
28 
28 
29 


II. 
13 t;j in Perihelion. 
3t;jó1). t;jOl!N 
21 II Great. elong. W.18 ! 
13 9 in Perihelion. 
21 t;j Great. He!. Lat. N. 
22IVó<< i-
85S 
16 9 :I 11 9 0 28 N 
16 1). ó ( 11 5 55 N 
23 9 ó << 9 6 39 N 
8t;j6(( t;j657N 
10 6 ó << 6 6 12 N 
12 41 ó (( 41 
 U N 
16 Iz ó << Iz 6 14 N 
9 6 in ð'. 


November. 


March. 


D. 
July. 6 
H. 8 
21 EÐ in Aphelion. 8 
21 6 ó << 6 3 21 N 12 
14 11 ó << 11 4 10 N 12 
o tI in &6. 16 
23 9 Great. elong. W. 44 U 18 
14 t;j in Perihelion. 18 
4 Iz ó <r Jz 7 18 N 20 
5 41 6 << 41 5 18 N 21 
17 t;j ó 0 
uperior. 1 21 
16 9 Great. Hel. Lat. S. 21 
22 II Great. Hel. Lat. S. 22 
10 .s 6 11 .s 0 7 S 2.. 
12 9 6 << 9 6 44 S 24 
20 IV 6 I[ IV 5 1 S 24 
'3 Eclipsed, visible in ('an. I :!-l 
16 9 ó IV 9 1 21 S 25 
20 }. Stationan. 27 
20 
 ó (( . t;j 3 I
 N 
August. 


H. 
11 9 Great. IIel. Lat. N. 
o II 6 
 Superior. 
8 t;j in ð'. 
3i-ó( 
14 t;j ó 6 
7 II 6 41 
13 t;j in Aphelion. 
19 tI 6 Iz 
11 11 ó << 
3 41 ó 
"). 
4 6 c5 
 
7 6 6 
 
21 9 ó <r 
1 41 ó << 
4 6 c5 << 
7 Iz 6 (( 
21 II :I ( 
1 
 ó _ 
13 6 6 
 


H. 


Ð. 
1 
3 
4 


D. 
1 8 0 t;j 6 << t;j 1 57 S 1 3 
It! Stationary. 
20 9 in Perihelion. 4 
896(( 9125S 5 
14 !!I 0 0. I 7 
22 Iz Stationar)-. 9 
4 IV 6 <r IV 5 45 S 10 
19 6 6 1 6 1 34 S 10 
23 11 6 (( 11 3 15 N 15 
17 6 [1 ';'. IIi 
o t;j Great. He!. Lat. S. 19 
3 0 Enters T Spring com. I 25 
22 9 Greatest brilliancy. 25 
19 41 ó ( 41 5 18 S I 25 
231zó({ 1z715N 28 
18 9 Great. He!. Lat. N. 128 
'28 
1 30 


it 4 !7 S 
022 S 
1 
 S 


7 
9 
11 
11 
16 
18 
20 
20 
21 
22 
22 
3(\ 


II 264 S 
11 6 24 K 
60!4S 
9639N 
41 4 36 N 
6 4 4N 
Iz 5 57 N 
II 2 ON 


6 2 2 S 


April. 


December. 


11- 


D. 
1 
2 
. 
6 
8 
8 
9 
12 
13 
16 
17 
19 
19 
22 
26 
28 
is 


II. 
99ó41 9047N 
21 tI Great Hel. Lat. S. 
8it6({ i-426S 
15 9 6 h 9 0 f6 S 
15 it 8 
 . 
211ó<< 1). 650N 
12 II Great. elong. E. 20 3 
8 0 enters '\'j Winter com. 
15 -'I;I Ó ( 41 4 34 N 
23 Iz 6 .i Iz 5 47 N 
17 9 6 << 9 3 40 N 
06ó(( 6 22 6N 
o t;j 6 ( t;j 0:!!4 S 
23 t;j in &6. 
2 II Stational}. 
14 11 0 
. 
18 9 c5 6 9 0 40 N 


D. 


22 t;j ó Superior. D. 
5t;j ó( t;j554S 1 
19 9 1 11 9 1 35 r.. I 
23 9 stationary. 2 
12 !!I 1 << IV 5 29 S 6 
1 t;j in &6. 6 
9 6 6 EGeminorum 6 0 2 S 12 
4 6 c5 ( 6 0 50 S ]3 
15 t;j in Perihelion. HI 
6 1). 6 (( 11 3 8 N 17 
20 6 Great. Hel. Lat. N. 22 
4 
 6 9 t;j 5 13 S 22 
3 Ix! 6 II Ix! 5 9 
 24 
6 Iz 6 '1 h 7 10 N 25 
23 t;j Great. Hel. Lt\t. S. 26 
11 2! Stationary. 28 
10 t;j Great. elong. K 211 43 30 
13 9 6 ::; Inferior. 30 


II. 
()1). ó\c 1).436N 8 
116ó([ 64HN 8 
20 41 Stationary. 9 
10 Iz 6 << h 7 13 
 12 
11 Ip 6 (( I# 5 19 N 12 
9 t;j in ð'. 18 
2
 
 
 
. II 1 14 S I 

 
u Ix! 0 '. 21 
6 !!I 
 r IV 4 58 S 21 
14 t;j in Aphelion. 22 
13 9 c5 ( 9 2 31 S 23 
19 h 6 Ix! h 1 48 N' I 25 
17 
 Great. elong. E. - 2:l 18 27 
231). 6(( 115 2N 28 
2t;j6(( tl150N30 
266'[ 6532N30 



30 


ECLIPSES OF JUPITER'S SATELLITES, 


[1897 


ECLIPSES, Etc., OF JUPITER'S SATELLITES, 1897, . 
In eastern standard time (Oh.-23h.) tr in, denotes transit of satellite; tr eg, transit egress; sh in, shadow in 
gresB; sh eg, shadow egress; ec dis, disappearance of satellite behind planet; ()c dis, disappearance of satellite in 
planet's shadow. 


January. February. D. H, M. D, II. M. D. H. M. 
26 1 30 IV ec Te 27 o 3
 1 tT in 2723 1 1 tr eg 
D, H. M. D. 110 M. 1 48 n tr in 116 1 sh in 28 on 1 sh eg 
123 H 1 ec dis 1 1 43 1 ec dis 1 55 11 sh in 251 1 tT in 21li 1 ec re 
2 o 10 11 ec dis 2 3 IV tr eg 439 n tr eo 2 59 111 oc dis 30 22 51 11 tT in 
3 2 1 oc re 431 1 oc Te 448 11 sh eo 335 1 sit eg 31 1 16 11 sh -in 
5 9 n ()C Te -156 11 lih in 26 19 52 1 tT eg 21 39 1 ()C dis 1 44 11 tr eg 
23 H 1 :;h eg 6 1 11 tr in 1957 1 sit eg 28 041 1 ec Te 
3 016 1 tr eo 2
 58 llih in 27 20 46 11 oc dis 1850 ] tT in May. 
2341 11 tr eg 
3 29 1 tT oin 2349 n ec Te 19 -1-1 1 lilt in 
23 52 111 sh eg 2 118 llih e.g 21 18 1 tT eg 1 20 56 III oc dis 
4 o 27 111 tr in 1 -18 1 tr eg March. 22 3 1 slteg 2 o 31 111 oc f"e 
3 56 111 tr eg 2050 1 ec dis 2919 9 1 ec Te 1 56 111 ec dis 
o 42 IV oc dis 2257 1 oc Te 2 3 23 111 tr in 23 58 11 tT in 2311 11 ec rp 
.( 56 IV oc Te 235-1 11 ec dis 4 1 111 sh in 30 1 33 11 sh in 32118 IVecdis 
8 .( 19 1 sh in 3 342 11 oc re 3 332 1 oc dis 250 11 tr eg 4 1 13 1 oc dis 
518 1 tr in 19 -16 1 sh eg 6 1 1 ec re 19 57 111 sh in 121 IV ec re 
t) 39 1 sh eg 2014 1 tT eg 4 051 1 (10 in 
o 17 III tr eg 2234 1 tr in 
{I 1 35 1 ec dis 421 6 11 sit eg 1 3 1 sit in 23 29 111 sh eg 2347 1 shin 
2 -16 11 ec dis 21 59 11 tr ell 310 1 t,. in 31 1 27 IV oc dis 5 053 1 (1' eg 
4 -19 1 oc t'e 5 2 9 111 ec dis 322 1 sh. P[] 19 4 11 oc di.s 1942 1 oc dis; 
2248 1 sit in 7 623 1 sit in 2158 1 oc dis 2331 11 ec ore 23 12 1 ec Te 
23 H 1 tr in 8 336 1 ec dis 5 029 1 ec Te 62035 1 sh eg 
IV 1 8 1 IJh eg 615 1 oc re 4 1 11 tr in April. 8 1 23 lltTm 
2 2 1 tr eg 8 19 41 111 sh eg 430 11 lilt in 9 o 46 111 oc dis 
2311 11 tr in 21 3 111 tT efT 1917 1 tr in 3 2 19 1 tT in 2029 11 oc dis 
23 16 1 oc Te 9 052 1 sh in 1932 1 sh in 3 10 1 sit in 11 20 1 11 sh eg 
11 010 11 sit eg 1 13 1 tr in 21 27 111 ec Te 2324 1 oc di.s 11 21 15 IV tT eg 
o 13 111 sh in 3 8 IV cc dis 21 36 1 tr eg 4 2 35 1 ec re 12 026 1 tor 1.71 

 1 11 tr eg 312 Isheg 2151 1 sh eo 2046 1 tT in 19 53 111 sh in 
3 50 HI sh eg 332 1 tr eo 6 214 IV tr in 21 39 1 sh in 21 35 1 oc dis 
4 o 111 tT in. 22 5 1 ec dis 4 37 1 V sh in 23 5 1 tr eg 23 21 111 sh eg 
14 21 14 111 oc re 10 041 1 oc re 1858 1 ec re 2358 1 sh eg 13 20 11 1 sh Ï1
 
22 41 IV sh in 230 11 ec dis 23 1 11 oc dis 5 21 4 1 ec Te 21 14 1 tr eg 
15 3 23 lY sit eg 5 59 11 oc Te 7 225 11 ec tOe 6 219 11 tT in 2230 1 sheg 
15 613 1 sh in 1920 11 sh 1:n 820 0 11 tr eg 20 13 111 tl' in 1623 2 1l oc dið 
6 58 IV tr in 1939 1 tr in 2039 11 sit eg 23 -17 111 tr eg 18 19 48 11 sh in 
16 328 1 ec dis 21 40 1 sh eg 10 516 1 oc dis 23 56 111 sh in 20 7 11 tr eg 
522 11 ec dis 
1 58 1 tr ell 11 235 1 tT in 7 3 27 111 sh eg 22_ 38 11 sh en 
635 1 oc Te 11 19 7 1 oc re 258 1 sit in 21 25 11 oc dis 19 22 16 111 tT eg 
17 042 1 sh in 2047 11 sh in -1 54 1 tr eg 8 2 7 11 ec Te 2329 1 oc dis 
1 32 1 tl" in 21 22 11 tT in 517 1 sh eg 21 1 IV sh eg 23 52 111 sh in 
3 2 IlJh eg 2340 11 sh eo 2342 1 oc dis 9 20 18 11 sh eg 20 20 49 1 tr in 
351 1 tT 1'.'1 12 o 13 11 tr ea 12 223 1 ec Te 11 114 1 oc dis 22 6 1 sh in 
21 56 1 ec dis 6 8 111 ec ((is 20 15 111 oc dis 223-1 1 tr in 23 8 1 tr eg 
2350 11 sh in 1319 6 11 ()C re 21 1 1 tT in 233-1 1 sh in 2] o 25 1 sh eg 
18 1 2 1 oc Te 15 530 1 ec dis 21 26 1 I<h in 12 053 1 tr eg 21 31 1 ec Te 
130 11 tr in 20 4 111 sh in 2320 1 tr eg 1 53 1 sh eg 25 19 51 11 tt. in 
243 11 sh e," 20 51 111 tr in 2345 1 sh eg 19 4] 1 oc dis 2225 11 sh ill, 
4 1] 111 lih in 23 39 1 it flh e." 13 1 25 111 ec Te 22 59 1 ec re 22 4-! 11 tr ea 
4 21 11 tl' eg 16 o 20 111 tT eg 2052 1 ec tOe 13 19 21 1 tr eg 26 22 39 111 tT in 
:21 30 1 sh eg 2 46 1 sh in 14 1 17 11 oc dis 2022 IlJh eg 27 20 14 11 ec Te 
22 17 1 tr eg 257 1 tT in 5 1 11 ec Te 23 46 111 tT in 2244 1 tr in 
]923 6 11 oc Te 5 6 1 sh eg 19 28 IV ec Te H 23 49 11 oc dis 28 0 1 1 IJh in 
22 o 40 111 oc Te 516 1 tr eo 15 ]9 23 11 tr in 1620 3 11 sh in 19 M 1 OC dilf 
23 521 1 ec dis 17 225 1 oc t'e 2022 11 sh in 20 48 11 tr eg 2242 IV I'h in 
24 235 1 sh in -1 6 11 ec dis 2215 11 tr eg 21 30 1 V oc Te 2326 1 ec Te 
3 18 1 tr in 21 23 1 tr in 23 1-1 11 sh efl 22 54 11 sh eg 29 20 48 1 sh eg 
4 55 1 sh eo 2335 1 sh eo 18 4 20 1 tT in 17 21 19 111 ec Tf' 30 21 12 111 ec r
 
5 ;
6 1 tr eg 2342 1 tr eg -152 1 sh in 19 (J 24 1 tr in 
23 49 1 ec dis 18 20 50 1 oc t'e L9 4 17 1 PC Te 1 29 IlJh in June. 
25 2 .J.} 11 sh in 2321 11 sh in 2246 1 tr in 2 -12 1 tr eg 
2 -17 1 oc Te 2335 11 tr Ítt 2321 Il'n in 2131 1 oc dis 12230 11 tT in 
3 -17 11 tr Ùt 19 2H 11 IJIt eg 23 35 111 oc dis 20 053 1 ec Te 3 22 49 11 ec Tt' 
516 11 sh eg 226 11 tr efl 20 1 5 1 t,. eg 19 m 1 sh in 4 21 50 1 oc dilJ 
638 11 iT e,l/ 20 21 21 11 oc re 1 39 1 sh e." 21 10 1 tf" eg 5 20 2-! 1 sh in 
21 4 1 sh i It 23 0 2 111 sit in 19 54 1 oc dis 2216 1 sh eg 21 12 IV oc di, 
21 4-1 1 tr in 0 6 111 tT in 22 -16 1 er 1.e 21 19 22 1 ec re 21 28 1 tr t'fJ 
25 23 2-1 1 sh eg 3 3j 111 I<h eq 21 33-1 11 oc di/õ 22 215 11 fiC dis 22 -13 IlJh eg 
26 o 2 1 tT e'l 3 37 111 fr eo, 1932 1 tT eg 23 20 26 11 tr in 6 20 
O 111 oc re 
26 21 13 1 oc Te 4 40 1 sh ÍI
 20 1 1 sh eo 2239 11 sll in 21 55 111 ec dis; 
21 17 11 ec dis 4H 1 t,o in 22 21 4 IV tr eg 2315 11 tr e.ll 10 20 12 11 oc diB 
27 1 25 11 oc rt' 2-1 1 -19 ] oc dis 21 40 11 tr in 24 1 30 lllJh M 1221 6 1 tr in 
28 22 11 111 ec tIiH 4 I; -I oc Te 2237 1 \' IJh in 20 46 111 ()C Te 22 19 1 sh ÙI 
2!1 4 2 111 oc re 23 7 1 tt o in 2258 11 lõh in 21 57 111 ec dis 13 20 53 111 oc dis 
31 4 29' 1 0_11 in 23 9 1 ilh in 23 032 11 t r eg 2343 IV tr in 21 4:' 1 ec Te 
5 2 1 tr in 25 1 
6 1 t r cq 1 50 11 sh eg ij 117111ecre 14 20 47 I\' sh cg 
649 1 "h eg 1 28 1 sh eg 3 5 IV sh eo 2036 11 ec Te 17 22 52 11 tiC dil< 
21 18 IV IJII elf 20 15 1 oc dill \ 19 31 111 lõh e:1 26 214 1 tr in 1920 8 11 tl' eg 
21 50 1\' tr ii. 20 35 IV oc elis 2-1 20 55 11 ec rf' 27 20 42 1 tr in 22 23 11 sh eg 
2235 1 ec Te 26 3 13 1 tiC eli>; 21 52 1 sh in 2121 1 1 sh eg 



1897] 


RISING, SOCTHIXG AXD SETTIXG OF THE PLANETS. 


31 


ECLIPSES, ETC., OF Jl"PITER'S SATELLITES-Continued. 


D. H. M. October. D. II. M. D. H. M. D. H. M. 

2 20 4S lY uc re 12 52'; Isheg I 4 612 1 ec dis 18 655 11 tr eg 
2r. 20 0 11 tr in D. II. M. 621 1 tl" eg 5 319 1 sh in 20 4 27 1 ec dÙ; 
22 12 11 sh in 15 5 24 11 sh in 13 342 1 oc re 4 27 1 tr Ï1& 21 1 33 1 Ilk ;1& 
27 22 13 1 oc dis 19 555 1 ec dis 15 3 19 111 IIh in 535 1 IIh eg 2 10 111 sh eg 
28 20 37 1 sh in 20 5 18 1 sh e!J 6 25 111 sh eg 643 1 tr eg 244 1 tl' in 
21 50 1 tl" eg 5 54 1 tJ' eg 16 ! 1;; 11 tr;n 6 4 3 1 oc re 350 1 sh eg 
22 5 17 11 sh in 4 59 11 IIh e,g 8 3 Ifi IV oc dis 4 11 111 tr in 
July. 27 4 55 1 IIh;n 18 5 3 1 IIh Ï/& 429 1 V oc re 5 1 1 tr ej} 
5 36 1 II" in 6 3 1 tr in 9 414 11 ec dill 6 55 111 tr eg 
5 21 30 1 tr in 28 5 15 1 oc re 23 453 11 Ilk in 10 5 24 111 ec dis 22 2 22 1 oc J'e 
12 20 22 11 oc dis 5 37 111 ec dis 25 3-17 11 oc re 11 1 58 11 Ilk eg 25 425 11 sh Ù
 
21 5 111 ec re 31 614 11 oc re 26 4 39 111 oc I"e 4 17 11 tl" eg 658 11 tr in 
13 20 43 1 oc dis 27 4 19 1 ec dill 12 511 1 sh in 27 344 11 oc .re 
14 20 18 1 tl" eg November. 28 230 1 tr in 6 9 '> 1 tr in 620 1 ec di
 
21 12 1 Ilk eg 342 1 sh eg 13 234 1 ec dis 28 3 5 111 IIh in 
17 20 15 IV tl" in 4 344 I\" ec elis 444 1 tl" eg 5 59 1 oc re 326 1 Ilk in 
21 20 49 1 sh in 411 1 ec dis 29 4 43 IV sk in 14 1 57 1 IIh eg 440 1 tl";n 
22 20 18 1 ec re 4 23 1 tl" eg 2 51 111 tr eg 535 1 sh eg 
21; 20 33 11 tr in I 439 11 ec dis December. 3 7 1 tT e," 6 6 111 sh e!! 
8 5 54 111 tl" eg 16 649 11 ec dis 655 1 tr eg 
August. 9 4 9 11 tl" eg 2 629 11 oc re 18 1 52 11 Ilk in 29 4 15 1 oc re 
11 6 4 1 ec dis 3 4 20 111 ec re 4 21 11 tl" in 30 1 24 1 t'r eg 
ð 19 43 111 sh Ï/& 12 4 4 1 tr in 5 59 111 oc dis 4 32 11 sh eg 
IlISINC, SOUTHINC AND SETTINC OF THE PLANETS, 1897. 



aturn '.I 


Mercury 11 I , Venus
 II :Mars t 
_ Rise
 i S'uthq l Sets. I Ri::;e: S'ut
 1 set
 1 Rises. S'ut
 Sets. 
1 
. i'
1'1
3 2
' ;1 7 5
' I
IÖ 
. 
5 
. 
ö r. 
4 r. 
i 5
' H5 5
 
Jany 11 8 3,{ 13 21 18 10 9 45 15 5 20 25 13 17 21 12 5 11 
21 7 24 12 17 17 11 9 28 15 8 20 48 12 38 20 33 4 31 


Feby 


1681053 
11 5 49 10 29 
21 5 50 ,10 33 
15541045 
11555116 
21 5 53 11 30 
I 
1 5 45 12 4 
11 1 5 42 12 40 
21 5 40 13 10 
1 5 32 1 13 16 
11 5 10 12 50 
21 4 32 ,11 55 
1 3 40 10 57 
11 3 1!1 10 20 
21 3 4 10 29 


21 1 
2030 
19 19 
18 4 
1739 
17 53 


1539 
15 9 
15 16 


Mar 


15 37 
1616 
17 8 


Apr 


1822 
HI 37 
2039 


May 


June 


1 3 12 10 55 18 38 1 44 
July 

 
 5
 

 

 

 3
 I 
 

 
1 6 13 13 14 20 Ifi II 0 :16 
Aug 11 7 2 13 3a 20 5 1 1:31 
21 1 7 35 113 40 19 45 1 42 
1 7 50 13 :{2 10 14 1 2 0 
Sept 11 7 2;; 12 50 11!:S 3:{ 2 10 
21 1 6 7 11 54 1 17 41: 2 42 
14 43 10 M 17 6 3 5 
Oct 11 , 4 36 ]C) 46 16 5r. I 3 311 
21 5 1
 11 4 l(j 50 3 54 
1 (; 14 11 29 /Hi.J4 4 21 
Nov 1117 a 11 f.2 16 41 II 4 48 
21 1 7 52 12 16 l(j 41 II f, 15 
18 33 II:! 4!í 116 50 I 5 42 
Dec Il l '!! 0 11:{ 11 1 17 21 II 6 9 
21!) 5 .13 26 17 47 6 34 


9 6 15 8 21 11 12 1 111 56 
8 43 15 6 21 29 11 30 19 27 
819 15 3 21 46 1,11 4 19 1 
759 14 58 21 56 10 44 1842 
7 32 ]4 48 22 5 1110 22 18 21 
7 2 14 33 22 5 10 3 18 1 


625 14 6 21 47 
543 13 27 21 11 
4 58 1233 20 9 
414 11 32 18 51 
336 1037 173!:S 
3 5 956 1646 


9 44 17 41 
9 29 17 24 
9 16 17 7 


9 4 1651 040 
844 1635 019 
844 16 19 2354 
835 16 2 2320 
827 15 46 123 ;; 
820 15 30 122 40 
813 15 14 .22 14 
8 7 14 58 121 4!1 
8 0 14 41 121 22 
7 53 14 23 20 53 
7 47 14 7 ':!O 27 
7 41 13 51 1 20 0 


238 

16 
158 


925 1612 
9 8 1559 
857 1556 
852 16 0 
851 16 9 
853 1620 
850 1623 
9 7 16 43 
9 15 16 40 


9 
6 16!il 7 35 ]3 33 19 31 

:
 

 

 II 
 

 

 1 
 

 3
 


9 i}0 16 3;; 11 7 22 12 48 18 14 
9 57 16 24 7 18 12 34 17 49 
10 3 16 11 7 15 12 2] 17 26 
HI 10 15!i8 7 13 12 7 17 
 
10 1(j ]5 4.. 7 10 11 56 Hi 42 
10 25 15 :{4 8 11 40 16 23 


10 35 15 27 
11) 47 15 24 
11 0 1;' 2fJ 


I 7 11 37 16 6 
7 4 11 2!:S 1;; 52 
1 11 21 15 40 


I Jupiter 2J. I 
Rises. S'uths Sets. 
- -- -- 
II. M. H. M. II. M. 
21 22 4 0 10 41 
2040 319 10 1 
1957 237 921 
19 8 1 50 835 
1822 1 6 754 
17 36 022 7 12 
1659 2346 638 
16 13 23 2 556 
15 28 2219 514 
1439 2132 4 28 
13 57 2050 448 
13 16 20 10 3 7 
1236 1930 229 
11 59 18 52 1 49 
11 23 1815 III 
I04!í 17 36 030 
10 12 17 1 2349 
940 1626 2313 
!) 8 Ifi 53 2237 
838 15 20 22 1 
8 8 14 47 121 26 
7 36 14 12 20 47 
7 8 1340 20 12 
640 13 8 1937 
0 8 1233 1850 
541 I') .) 1824 
5 13 11 31 17 50 
" 


354 
325 
3 0 


2 4
 
2 
1 
2 1 


1 40 
1 20 
1 0 


4 4] 11 0 1, 15 
4 1û 10 28 lü 40 
3 48 9 56 16 5 


II Ris
 S'ut
 Set':. 
H. M. II. M. II. M. 
II 
 3; 
Ii 2 f,7 
II 217 
II 1 41 
1 3 
/I 0 32 
2349 
23 9 
1 2224 
1 214 4 
/ 21 0 
:2018 
1935 
1 1852 
18 4 
17 22 
) 1635 
1558 
15 17 
1 14 37 
]3 54 
1:{ 15 
12 :n 
I 
I 

 
r 
110 46 
1011 
937 
9 :; 


852 1345 
817 13 M 
741 1231 
7 0 11 51 
623 11 13 
545 103:> 
5 14 In 4 
435 921) 
355 8 4" 
311 8 1 
230 7 20 
1 48 640 
1 10 I) 59 
028 5 17 
2342 4 36- 
2255 350 
2213 3 8 
21 27 2 24 
2050 1 46 
20 9 1 5 
1929 025 
1846 2338 
]8 7 22 51) 
17 2!) 22 21 
1647 21 :{
 
1611 21 1 
1535 2() 23- 
14 59 l!I 47 
14 23 10 ]0 
134M 1M 34 


3 16 921 1;; 26 8 2.. 1:{ 0 17 54 
246 848 14 51 7 52 12 3.. 17 10 
216 815 14 15 7 1!:S 12 0 16 42 
1 44 742 1339 6 '" In 27 16 7 
1 12 7 7 13 3 6 12 10 52 15 32 
0:19 r. 32 1226 53!) H, 18 14 57 



32 


:MEAN PLACE
 OF 
TAR
. 


[1897 


MEAN PLACES OF 142 STARS FOR JANUARY, 0 d '62. 


Name of Star, 
 Righ
 An
'al Declina'tn' An'I I Kame of Star. I 

 Right A.nn'al D r t' An'l 
__.: Ascensl'n 
Tanat. __ _Var, _.__
. Ascensi'n Yariat 
 _= Var. 
hms s 0'" " h7118 S 
a. Andromedæ.... 2-1 0 3 3'7 + 3'09 283118'3 19'9 1 B Coni.. ., ...... 2-3122858'5 3'14 -22 49 38'0 -20.0 
'V Peg-asi Alyenib. 2-8 755'S 3'08 14 36 39'3 20.0 1 'Y' Yirginis... .... 3-2 3t) 2ö'5 3'04 - 05355'] -19'8 
· Ceti.. . ., . 3-6 14 10.6 3'05 - 92342'8 20'0 1 ð Virginis... .... 3 50 24'U 3'02 35524'7 -19'6 
12 Ceti........... 6 2446.9 3'06 - 4313-1.9 : 19'9 a. CanumVenatic'r 3 5112'7 2'81 385228'4 : -19'5 
a. Cassiopeiæ. . 2-3 3439', 3'38 555820'5 19'8 1 E Virgillis.... ... .13-2 57 3'0 2'99 1 11 3045'7 -19'4 
ß Ceti.... .. '. .. " 2 3825'2 3'01 -1833 ,'5 19'5 6 Yirginis.... ... .14-513 137'0 3'101- 45921'1 -19'3 

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ß Andromedæ.... 2-2 1 357'8 3'35 35 42,'8 19'2 1 1'/ Ursæ 
Iajoris.. . 1 2 1 4329'0 2'37 494937'9 -18'1 
9 Ceti...... .. .. " 3-t) 1852'5 3'00 - 84253'5 1 18.7 1'/ Bootis..... .. 3 4946.8 2'86 1 IS 54 50'5 / -18'1 
a UrsæMin.Pola'.
 2 2119'0 24'45 884530'3 18'8 a. Draconis....... 3-414 136'1 1.62 6452 4'7 -17'3 
1'/ PiscÏum........ 37 2558'2 3'20 144853'4 18'71 a. Bootis(Arctur's) 1 1057'8 2'73 1943 7'0 -18'8 
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1'/ Tauri.......... 3 4121'6 3'56 234711'2 11'4 B' ScorpiL... .... 2 5926.8 + 3'48 -19 31248 -10'1 
A Tauri .. " 5-4 5836'3 3'54 2148 0.4 10'1 ð Ophillchi ...... 3'16 856'8 3'14 - 32544'6 - 9'5 
'Y Tauri .. .. " .... 4 41355'9 3'41 Ifi 22 43'7 8.9 'Y Herculis.... .... 3 1 1722'4 2-6-1 1925 2.21- 8'6 
a. TauriAldebamn 1 30 0'6 3'44 1 1618 7'5 7'5 11 a Scorpii Antares 1-2 1 23 5'5 3'6, -2612 12'21- 8'3 
· Aurigæ ... .... 3 5017'1 3'90 33 010'3 6'0 
 Herculis.... _ . .. 3-2 3725'5 + 2'26 314712'21- 6'7 
a Aurigæ Capella. 1 5 9 4'8 4'43 455334'7 4'0 E Ul'sæ Minoris... 4-5 5631.4 - 6'31 821223.9 1 - 5'[> 
{J Orionis lligel.., 1 935'2 2'88 81914.8 4'4 1'/ Ophinchi....... 2-317 428'2 + 3'43 -15 3f 50'6 - 4'7 
/3 Tauri.. ". -... 2 1946'8 3'79 283112.9 3'-111 a
 Herculis....... 3-4 957'0 2'73 1 14 311 27'8 - 4'3 
lJ Orionis......... 2 2644'6 3'06- 02231.9 2'9 11 B Draponis....... 3-2 28 6'3 1'35 522238'9- 2'8 
E Orionis.... .. 2 3059'2 3'04 - 116 4.2 2'5 6 Scorpii......... 2-3 2956'3 4'30 4255 3S'9,- 2'6 
/( Orion is. . . . . . . .. 3-2 42 52'3 2.84 - 942 22'8 I',,) a Ophinchi... . . . . 2 30 9'2 2'78 1238 6'0 - 2'8 
a. Orionis....,... 1 493')"7 3'25 72315'7 0'9 B Ophinchi....... 3 3829'2 2'96 43636'6 - 1'7 
/3 Aurigæ .. ...... 2 5158'4 4'40 445612'0 ()'7 p. IIerculis........ 3-4 4225'6 1 2'3! 274650'8 - 2'3 
1'/ Geminorum... . 1 3 - 4 6 839'7. 3.t)2 223211'4 - 0.7 'Y Draconis. ...2-3 5412'9 + 1'39 6130 3'2 - 0'5 
p. Geminorum.... 3 1643'8 3'63 223358'3 - 1'6 11 Ursæ l\Iinoris... 4-518 531'3 -19'48 863646'2 +0'6 
'Y Geminorum.... 2-3 31 45.7 3'47 16 29 1:
'3 - 2'8 p.1 Sagittarii ..... 4 7 36'2 + 3'59 -21 5 8'5 0'7 
a CanisMaj.Sirius 1 403t).6 2'64 -16 34 29'8 - 4'7 1'/ Serpentis,.. .. .. 3 1558'8 3'10 - 255307 0'7 
51CepheiIIev.... 5 52]3.9 29'74 871234'1-4'ö ^Sagittal'ii...... 3 2136'8 3'70!-2528437 1'7 
.1! Canis 
Iajoris ..2-1 5-13..:' 2:36 -28 
9 55:' - 4:' at L}ræ Vega..... 1 33 27? 2:
;f 1 38 4115:6 3:2 
y Canis 
Iajoris .. 4-5 59 on 4 2 71 -15 _852 5 - 5 1 B Lyræ.......... 4 46 16 6 2 _1 33 14 34 r, 4 0 
lì Canis )Iajoris '. 2 7 4 12'2 2'44 -26 13 "6'7 - 5'5 E Aquilæ . 4 54 56', 2'7'2 1455 12'3 4'7 
8 Geminorum.... 3-4 1:358'3 3'59 221018'5 - 6'3 ç Aq . uilæ .. 3 1 19 040.6 2',61 134237.2 5'1 
ß Canis 
Iinoris .. 3 2134'0 3'26 82948.0 - 7'0 11 Aquihe . . 3-4 2018.3 3'(}-2 25433.9 7'0 
a. 
 Geminor Ca..tor 2-1 28 1'8 3'84 32 652'1 - 7'6 'Y Aquilæ ........ 3 41 2H
 2'85 10 2144'0 8'6 
a Canis:\Iin.Poc!/'n 1 3354"6 3'14 1 52919.7 - 9'0 a Aquilæ Altair.. 1-2 1 45 45'5 2'00 83546'4 9'3 
B Geminor Pollux 1-2 39 0'8 3'68 281629'4 - 8'4 B Aquilæ ........ 4 5015'2 2'95 1 6 857'9 8'8 
6Cancri.....,... 5 5711'6 3'69 1 28 459'5-9.8 a
Capricorni.....3-4'201220.4 3'33 / -125150'610'9 
BCancrÏ..... ,..4-3 81055'8 3'26 93010.0-10'9 E Delphini........ 4 1 281;'6 2'87 105711'8 12'1 
.., Cancri... .. .. " 6 2645'2 3'48 2047 27'3 -12'0 a C}gni .... .. .. .. 2-1 3, 55'2 2'04 445443'7 12'7 
. Ursæ )'Iajoris... 3 1 52!N 4'13 482645'3 -13'9 E ArjlIarÏ......... 4-3 42 5'9 3.25 - 95232'4 13'0 
4 Cancri......... 4 5244'7 3'29 121523.9 -13'7 32 Vulpeculæ... .. 5-61 5010'2 1 2'55' 273956'6 13'5 
.. Hydræ......... 2 1 ' 92231'6, 2'95 - 8 1244 '0 , -15'1i 6 Capricorni.. . 4 21 0 8'9/ 3'37 / 1 -173950'4 14'1 
, Ursæ. )Iajoris... 3 2558?1 4:04 1 52 8 47:
 -16:21 61 1 C!
g!iÏ.. .. 5-6;21 216:' 2:ts8 
814 33:9 1 17:5 
E Leoms.......... 3, 40 031 341 241454_-164 1 ç Cygm.... .... 3 1 .8331 255 _948155 ]46 
a, Leon
s Regttl-lts. 1-2 10 2 53:21 3:
0 122814:0 1 -17:5 a Cephe
... . 3-2 
6 7:3 1 1 :44! 62 856? 15:2 
'Y Le?ms.......... 2 1417.71 3.31 202145.1 1 -18.1 BQA
uarl:.. .... 3 26 8.2 1 3.16,-6 127.7 15.7 
p.Hyd
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-161839.2-18.3 B-?eth
l. ...... 3 
719.81 
.79 1 70\)630.4 15.8 
P Leon
s.......... 4 2723.3 3yj 950
1.51-18.4 E I,e,..a
'....:. ...2-3 1 1m 7.
1 _.?
 9-4 9.8, 16.
 
. Leoms.....,.... 5 43507 316 11 5 _t 6 1 -]9 0 ð Capl'l('orm..... 3 41 21 3 1 33_ -16 35309 1 16_ 
a. Leonis.... .. .. .. 5 55 8'2 3'10 4 10 13.5i-19'3' a Arjltarii " .. ... 322 029'6 3'08 - 0 -1913'0, 17'4 
a. Ursæ. 
Iajoris .. 2 5722:4 3:74 621825:4 1 -19:4 1 6 AlJua


.... .14-5j 11 23:!) 3?7 / = 8 17 4
:3i 17:8 
}( Leon!s.......... 5 59423 310 753340 , -19" 'Y AlJl1aI
!..... _ 4-31 16201 310 154 230, 180 
11 Leon
s...... . 2-3 11 837:11 3:20 2] 5 16:
i -19.7 1'/ Aqu r a
lI. . . , 4-3 30 3:8 
:OS - 03854:2, IS:o 
T Leoms... _ .. '. .. 5 22384 309 325243 1 -19.8 ç Pegasl....... . 3-4 / 36 19 5 _ 99 10 17 37 2 1 18 7 
^ Dra('onis, ... 3-4 25 ]7'31 3'62 695358.2 -19.8 ^ Aqmuii.. .. " .. 4 4714'5 3'13 - 8 739'5 19'1 
I' Leonis......... . 1 5-4 3140.5 3'07 - 01518'61-19.9 a PisAusFomalh'f 1-2 51 57.6 / 3'32 -30 10 5.3 19.0 
B Leonis.......... 2 4348'4 3'06 15 852.0-2u.1 a Pegasi Jlarkab., 2 5937'S 2'98 1439 3'6 1 19.3 
'Y Ursæ Majoris,. . 1 2-3 4824'9 3'18 54 16 2.31-20.0 . Pisciu!n........ 4-5 1 233439"1 3.0S 5 4 4'81 19'5 

 Corvi.......... 3 12 449.6 1 3.08 -22 248.9 -20.0 y Cephel... .. .. .. 3-4 35 6'9 2'42 77 326'5 1 20-1 
'1 Virbrinus...... ./3-4, 14 38.2 1 3.07 - 0 5 40.2r20.UII ð Hculptoris..... ',4-5 4333'71 3.13 -28 4158'9 19'9 
The Dominion of Canada has an area of about 3,311i.647 slJuare miles, or, including' its water surface, 
3,456,3
3 square miles, is about 3,óOO miles from east to west and 1,400 miles from north to south, and consists of 
the provinces of Ontario and Quebec (formerly Upper and Lower Canada), Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitûba, 
British Columbi:J, Prince Edward Island and the North-west Territories (which latter contain the vait territory 
formerly under the control of the Hudson's Bay Company). It therefore comprises the whole of the northern 
half of North America, with the eJ\.ception of the Ullited States Territory of Alaska on the west, and Labrador, 
which is under the control of the Gmernment of Ne\\foundland, on the east. It is bounded on the north by the 
Arctic Ocean, on the west by the Tel'ritory of Alaska and the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the United States, 
and on the east by the Atlantic' Ucean. 



1897] bE
n-DIA:\IETEH OF SUX A
D MOO
-
Ir.XICIPAL STATISTICS 33 


SU\I-DIAMETEI{ OF THE SUN AND MOON, POLAR DISTANCE AND CREATEST ELONCATION OF a UI{SÆ 
MINORIS ON THE 1st, 11th AND 21st OF EACH MONTH, 1891, 


1 14 22 1 45 10 21 16 (i 
1 14 25 1 45 15 I 
ov. 1 16 9 
1 14 28 1 45 19 11 16 11 
1 14 30 1 45 
2 21 16 la 
1 14 32 / 1 45 2t Dec. 1 16 15 
1 U 33 1 45 26 11 16 16 
1 14 33 I 45 9.(i 21 16 17 
RAILWAY STATISTICS OF CANADA, 1815-95, 
I I I PROl'OR- 

IILE'" TIOX OF 
IS TIt".s 
I'MI\"R (W I To"'" (w E,\HSI"OS. \\"01\1\1"0 EX"Es',., 
01'.:1\ ,,- 1IIL.;AOE. P AhS.;SOERS. FHEIOIIT. EXPEsfSES. TO RF.- 
nos. CEI PTS. 
Ib75.. --- 4,856
 17,680,16
 
90,416 5,670,8:3 6' 1 i<19,4ìO,fi39 
15,775,532 '
 
1876, . . . . . .. 5,1571 18,103,62S 5,544,814 I 6,a31,757 19,358,085 15,
02,721, 82' 
1077. 5,574\ 19,450,Sla 6,07a,233 6,859,796 18,742,053 15,290,091 I 82' 
1878,..., 6,143
 19,669,447 6,44a,924 7,8H:
,472 20,520,078 16,100,102 71:!' 
1879, 6,484! 20,731,6
9 6,52a,816 8,348,810 19,9"2,'),066 16,188,1U2 81. 
1

0, 6,8911 22,427,449 6,462,948 9,938,858 23,56],447 16,HtO, 705 71' 
IS8L... 7,260 27,30l,:
()6 6,943.671 12,065,:
23 27,9
7,509 20,]21,4]8 72' 
ISb2. 7,530 2.,846,Hl 9,352,335 13,575,78. 29,027,790 22,390,709 I 77. 
IS8:{ 8,72ts 30,072,910 9,f.79,948 13,206255 33,244,58.'1 24.691'667 1 74. 
1884. . . . . 9,575 29,758,676 9,982,358 I 13,712,269 33,421. 705 25,595,341 7ï' 
1885. 10,]50 30,623,ß8f1 9,672,5
)9 }4,659,271 32,227,4(i9 24,015,351 75' 
1886.. .. .. .. '" .. 10,697 ;
0,4S1,()S8 9861.024 15,670,460 33,389,382 
4,177,5
2 72 
180, _... ... n,691 
3,03S,74i3 10,(j.Q8,6:
8 16,350,335 38,842,010 27,624,6
3 71' 
ISI<8 - 1
,163 37,391,206 11,416,791 ]7,173,759 42,]59,153 30,652,048 73' 
lS,",O... 12,628 38,819,3
O 12,151,051 17,028,626 42,149.615 31,038,045 74' 
18!Io.. ... ]3,256 41,849,a29 12,821,262 20,7
7,46!) ,16,843,826 32,913,350 70' 
IS91........... 14,009 43,399,178 13,222,568 21,753,021 48,19
,099 34,960,449 73' 
IS92......, 14,588 44,448,468 13,533,414 22,189,923 51,l;85,768 36,488,228 70' 
1893.. .. .. .. .. . 15.020 44,385,953 13,ts18,027 22,OO3,59Û 52,042,397 36,616,033 70' 
1894.... .. . . . . . . " . 1 1.;,627 43,770,029 14,.f6 <!, 498 20,721.116 49,552,528 35,218,433 71' 
lS("J5 ...... .... .., .. " lñ,977 40, 061. t>90 13,987.580 21,524,121 46,785,487 32,749,669 70' 
During' the period co\'erefl by the table the train I\lilea
e increased 130 per cent.: the number of pt\
st'ng'...rs 
carried 169 per cent., IJlld the tons of freight tmnsported 280 per cent. The earnings illcrea"cfl in the same 
period 140 per pent., and the working e"pense,;, insteau of keeping pace with the earning-,;, increase(\ onl
- 107 per 
cent. The last column in the table shows the proportion of expenses to receipts 
 ear b
' .' ear. Taking 1895, there 
were onl
 three years in which the proportion of earning-s consumed in expenses wa" as small. 
'Ihere was a decrease in the total receipts in ]895 of :-3
,767,On as compared with the previous year. The 
working- expenses showed a decrease of :-<
,4ü8,7(i4, and the proportion of e)"pell!>es to receipts was 70 per cent., 
heing 1 per cent. lower than in 1894. 


Month. I 


----I 
January. I 


f'eb. 


:\Iarch. 


April. 



la}. 


June_ 


"ml-Diom,..,.\ 1'01' St=. Semi-Diameter. I Pole Star. 
--------- ----------- 

. Greate"t )Ionth. " Greatest 
.:< Sun. 
Ioon. .Polar Elongati,?n 
 Sun. 
Iooll. Polar Elongation 
_ _I Distance. Lat. 
 Distance Lat. 45 0 . 
--- _1__- -- --- -- 
" ''j" \ " " 0 " " 
1 16 18 16 15 1 14 3 1 44 44 I July. 1 15 45 15 12 1 14 33 1 45 27 
11 16 17 14 48 1 14 2 1 44 43 11 15 46 Hi 27 1 14 33 1 45 
6 
21 I Ui 17 16 () 1 14 2 1 44 4:
 I 21 15 4û 14 5
 1 14 32 1 45 24 
I} I }
 15 15 36 1 14 2 1 44 -13 Aug. 1 15 47 15 48 1 14 30 1 45 

 
1:
 15 1
 I } 1-l 4 1 44 45 I 11 15 4!J 15 58 1 14 28 1 45 19 
21 I Its 11 16 14 5 1 44 47 21 15 51 14 51 1 14 25 1 45 HI 
1 16 10 15 2;{ I 1 14 , 1 4( 50 
ept. 1 15 53 16 13 1 14 22 1 45 11 
11 l6 10 15 o 11 14 10 1 44 54 11 15 55 15 17 1 14 19 1 45 6 
21 16 4 16 ;

 1 14 13 1 44 5ï 21 L5 58 15 16 1 14 15 1 45 1 
1 16 1 1-1 ;,;
 I U 16 1 45 2 Oct. 1 16 1 16 15 1 14 12 1 44 5. 
11 15 58 15 :)4 1 14 19 1 45 6 11 10 4 14 55 1 14 8 1 44 51 


I 
i 
I 
I 2} 
I ' 
t 
11 
21 


15 56 16 11 
15 53 1-l 43 
15 51 HI 1 
15 49 15 45 
15 47 H 51 
15 46 16 31 
15 46 15 7 


15 43 1 14 4 1 44 45 
1;) 47 1 14 0 1 44 40 
14 44 1 13 36 1 44 34 
16 25 1 13 53 1 44 30 
15 23 1 13 50 1 44 25 
14 51 1 13 47 1 44 21 
15 39 1 13 45 1 44 18 


Y.;-\I\ Exm;u 30TH 
JI XE. 


MUNICIPAL STATISTICS, ONTARIO. 


Floating 
Rate I 
lills I Rate Debt. 
per on the Total. I per 
Head.' Dollar Head. 
----_____1______-- 
1893. l,ûlO,059 
825,530,052 >.:<12,522.0öO :16 50 . 15.17 :-:48,083,243 $:!8 17 $6,796,422 $2,508,691 
IS!}
........ 1,909,527 '825,211,127 11,
03.5.0 6 18 14.30 47,166,962 24 70 6, 46P,899 2,482,156 
1891. 1,922,1
1 81H,847,394 11,7ts7,i4H 6 12 H.37 43,888,853 22 83 7,629,730 2,498,294 
It'.90. . .. . . . . 1,917,544 I 798,m6,271 10,897 ,485 5 68 13.65 40,720,985 21 24 8,387,186 2,240,692 
IS89.. 1.!IOfi,!10l I 76],905,816 10,
48,19
 5 37 13.45 38,9
i;,3a2 20 44 6,493,519 2,057,!I38 
18S8. 1,880,145 74R,6fi4,mO 9,!)19,962 5 28 13.25 34,72!1,527 18 -lÏ 6,437,363 I,Hfl9,760 
l&i7, . 1,848,457 717,311,9:38 9,300,113 5 03 12.97 31.94:{,3:W 17 28 5,645,208 t,820,590 
1886, ..... .. I,S28,4!)f. (j("J4,:
80,659 û,Ofl'-J,385 4 (l3 12.97 I 29,924.803 Hi 37 4,841,717 1.715,620 
The population and a
sessed \"ahieS remain almost the same t\S compared \\ ith 189
. hut the tax bills have in- 
<-reased at the rate of 38 cents per head of population o\'er 1892, or an advance of :-:l.C3 or 33 per cent. since 1886. 
The dehenture deht shows an inprease of :-;7.362,
68 in the past three years. Over HI) per rent. has been added to 
this item since lSö6. The interest charg-es arc equivalent to one-fifth of the taxes imposed. 


) ear. 


Pnpulation. 


Total 
Asse:ssment. 


Taxes Imposed for all 
I'luposes. 


Interest 
Paid on 
Loans and 
Deùentnres. 


Bonded Debt. 


Total. 



34 


TIDE TABLES FOR HALIF.\X A
D QUEBEC. 


[J 897 


TIDE TABLES FOR HALIFAX AND QUEBEC, 1897. 


These Tide Tables, with Tidal Difference,> for other places, are supplied b
 the Tidal Sun ey Rranch of the- 
Department of 1.Iarine and Fi"heries of the Dominion of Canada. They are hased upon direct ohsen ation of the 
tides, ohtained bJ means of self-I'egistcl"ing- tide-gauges whi..h are kept in continuous operation day and night 
throughout the J.ear. The recoròs are I'edueed 1,y the btest methods of analysis; and the computation (If the- 
tallies is made bJ Mr. E. Roherts, F.R.A.S., of the JS"aut.Ïeal Alumnac Office, I.ondon. 
The TIlJ \L DIFFERt:xn:s, \\ hen applie(l to the Tide Tables, gi\ e the time of high and low water at othu place
 
in Standard Time. The differences applicable to the IIalifaJ\. Tables are dCl"Î.ved from the Establishments g-hen in 
the Admiralt
- list. They \\ ill therefore be cOJ-rect at full and chanJ.:"e of the moon, and approximate only at other 
times of the month. The (lifferenl"es for places ahO\é 4uebec are derived from simultaneous ohRenations at 
seven points durinJ.:" two complete months, taken by :\Ir. R. 
techel of the Department of Public Worhs. Thes!' 
differences are correct while the water in the River SL Lawrence is at its ordÎlmrJ le\-el; but the times of t.he Hell!" 
which they gÏ\ e may be slightly early or late respef'tÎ\-el
', at the seasons when the water is unusuall
 high or 
low_ The differences below Quebee are hased upon direr't simultaneous obsen'ations from the tide-ga-uges at 
(luebec, Father Point, and Anticosti, taken throughout the course of the year 1895; and compared with the 
differences of Esmblishment for intermediate points as gÎ\'en in the Admiralty lib\. These obsen-ation!' show tl
 
time of the tide as gÏ\.en b
' these differences, and will be correct throughout the COl1l"Se of the month. 
(Signed) 


'v. ßt'LL DAwsox, 
En[}ÏiIl'('r in Char!)e. 


'V11. P. ArìDERSON, 
Chief Engi,u'('", 


HALU'AÅ TIDE TABLE.
. 
TIDAL DIFFERE
CEsfor the At/aI/tic Cou,'! of NOl"(! ScotÍ<t" 
These differences when applied to the Halifax Tide 
Tahles, give the time of High and Low 'Vater at the places 
named in Intercolonit\l Stt\III1ard Time for the 60th meridian; 
which is four hours slower than Greenwich M..:," Time. 


LOCALITY. 


Correction I 
to Halifax 
T:\1.1es. 


RANt.:E. 


II. M. 
1 17 
o 22 
o 06 
o 08 
o 01 
o 00 
o 00 
o 33 
1 33 
o 06 
U 13 
o 05 
o 16 
o 02 
o 23 
o 11 
o 30 
o 03 
o 13 


Cape :-;able, Clarke Ha r Atlll 
Shelburne........ O. II 
Liverpooillay. . . .. 
Lunenburg. . . . . . . . . . . . II 
Mahone Bay........... Suht. 
St. Margaret Ht\y....... ". 
HALIFA
 HARIIOl'R.. .. 
SahlI' Island, N. Side Suht. 
Sahle 181and, S. Sirlp I .. 
.J edtlore Harhour . . . . . .\ .. 
Sheet Harbour....... I Add 
Lil'combe Harhour. .. 
Country Harbour. . .. Su ht. 
Whitehtwen. . . . o\.dd 
Guysbol"Ough . . . . . . . \ .. 
Arichat ........... II 
St. Peter's Bay '... .. Suht. 
Louh;burg H;u'hour.. I.. 
Sydney Ht\rbour. ..... .!Arlrl 


Springs. N eaps. 


Feet. 
11 
7 
8 
7 
71 
7 
6 
4 
4 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
5 
6 
5 
5 


(WEHEC TIDE T<\BLE
. 


l'n'AL j)IFFERE
CES for the St. I ((I('renee. 
'l'hese differences when t\pplie.l to the lqÞuel,(-(' Tidt. 
Tahles, give thc time of High and Low 'Vater at the place" 
Immed, in E.\stern Stamhml Time for the 75th meridian: 
except where otherwise indicated. 
1 


LOCALITIES. 


I Difference to he arbf('(l I M 
to Quebec Tab l
 H
II
:; of 
I H 'Vt\ter. L." at...r. Tide 


Feet. 
9 
5! 
5 
6 
6! 
6 
5 


(AIIII,'r (jlt"')ee.) 
Three Rivers.... 
Champlain.. . . - . 
l-
atis('an _ . . _ . . . . . . . . 
Cap t\ la Roche........ 
Gl"Ol1lliues. .. . .. . . .. 
I othiniere...... .. . . . 
I Point Ph\ton...... 
St.. Nie
0Ia8...... 
(ll- EIIEC. .. . . . .. . . 


- - - 
n. M Fpct.. 
6 1;; I 1'0 
5 33 2'0 
4 51 2'5 
3 50 4'8 
3 19 6'9 
2 51 7'5 
2 11 12'2 
U 31'; 14'2 
0 00 14'8 


H. 111. 
4 45 
4 12 
3 n 
2 44 
2 20 
2 06 
1 41 
o 31'; 
I 0 (J() 
I 
'Differ'ce tol 
he >mMTlu:cl 
for HW&'LW 


RANGE OF TIDE. 


II 
II ,BPl"w Quebec.) -H.-II;:- - Feet.- 
Gro
se Isle... .. . . . .. . .. . 1 31 19 
L'Islet.. .. ' .. . .. .. .. . 1 42 18 
Orign,t\1'\[ Point. 3 07 171 
Riviere .Iu I,oup. 3 46 Hi
 
(
reen Island..... ... 4 05 16 
T...lousac.. .. . . .. 4 04 17 
mc Islanll. .. . .. . . , . . . . . 4 16 14 
Father Point.... . . . 4 21 14 
I Little Metis. . . . . . . . . 4 2;; 13
 
. fia-<\lt' I;;tsin . . . . _ _ _. 3 36 5 
\ .s.w;,l'(jint, \. ntÌ<"osti._4 26_6_ 
. In 
taIIIlard Time for thc 60th meridian. 


Hprings. 


Neaps. 


Feet. 
13 
13 
13 
10! 
9
 
10 
8
 
8! 
8 
3 
4 


5 
4
 
.1
 
5! 
4
 
4
 
4 
4 
4 
4 


No'rE.-A comprehensi\'e 
ur\er of the ticJp.. and current'< of the Gulf ami Atlantic eoast of the lIominioll 
is now hein
 prosecuted b
' the llcpartment of 
h\rine ami Fisheries. Tide g,mg-es are in operation at se\ en main 
stations: (
uebec, Father Point, South-west Point of Anticosti, Forteau ßa
, St. Panl Island, Halif<t'\.. and HI. 
.John, ;s'. ß., ami when sufficient recor(ls have been ohtainecl ami I'ednccfl, the
e main !>tatiolls \\ ill IJe uscd as. 
bases of comparison for other placc,; in their respectÍ\ e IIci
hhl'urlw"ds. 
The permanent and ti(bl sets of currents in various pm ts of the Uulf are being accuratelJ IIJ(:a...ured b
 
:Mr. Da\\son, engineer in charge of the sun e
. The l'esults hitherto obtained have been published, ami I'opies of 
these publications limy be hall, on al'plic,ttioll, f!"Om the Dq.artment of Marinc and Fisheries, Ottawa. 



1897] 


TIDE TABLES, HALIFAX, 


35 


TIDE TABLES, HALIFAX, 1897. 


JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


121 Fo 3 34 5 0 5 1640 5 0 0 10 32 2 0 3 2242 3. 
13' R,
. 4'43 15 0 7 17 42 5 0 3 '''.81'' 23" 2 0 
14 Ru. 5 38 16.0 18 29 5'7 . 0.. .. 12 16 1 0 
15, :\1. 6 29 6 0 3, .19 14 6 0 2 o 26 2 0 4 13 00 1. 
16' Tu. 7 18 6 0 6 19 57 6'5 1 13 2'0 13 42 1. 
t
1 
i;o 8 (51609 20 38 6'8 1 59 1'7 I 14 23 1. 
8 51 7'0 21 19 7 0 0 244 1 0 4 1503 0 0 
19 F, 9 36 7 0 0 22 01 7"l 3 28 ' 1'2 1544 1 0 
2,J H,
. 10 22 6 0 8 22 44 7 0 0 41311 0 2 1626 1 0 
21 Huo 11 Q9 1606 23 28 6 0 8 5 00 1 0 3 17 11 1 0 
22 l\1. 11;,8 6'2 .... 5 0 8 551/104 1802 2 0 
23, Tu. o 15 6 0 5 12 51 6 51 1 0 6 1903 2 0 
24 W. 1 10 "'I H OJ 5 0 4 803 1 0 9 2016 2 0 
251 Th. 2 14 5'9 15 16 5 0 2 9 14 2'0 2132 :!o 
ijj 

 3 24 5 0 7 16 30 5 0 2 10 241200 22 42 2. 
4 36 5 0 7 17 38 5 0 5 11 26 1'9 2347 2 0 
28 SUo 5 43 5 0 8 18 31 5'7 1222 1 0 
APRIL. 
HWH 'VATER. Low 'VATER. 

 Forenoon. Afternoon. Forenoon. Afternoo 
>. - Time. I H t, 
0:: Time. 'H't. Time. I H , 
Ó 
 Time. H't, 
-- - --- -- - - - 
Ho 
Io F't. HoM. FOt. H. .ll F't. H, 1\1. Jo" 
1 Tho 7 54 6 0 1 2005 6 0 4 153 2'0 1407 2. 
2 F, 829 6'1 2037 6'4 224 1.9 1435 2 0 
3 Sao 902 6 0 1 2109 6 0 4 254 1.9 1501 2 0 
4 Suo 935 6'0 2140 6 0 4 323 1 0 9 1525 2 0 
5 1\1. 1009 5 0 9 2212 6 0 3 354 2 0 0 1553 2 0 
6 Tu. 1044 5 0 7 2245 6'2 427 2"l 1625 2 0 
7 W. 11 23 5 0 6 2321 6'1 504 2'2 1703 3 0 
8 Th. .ô '4 5 0 9 12 10 5'5 547 2 0 3 1750 3. 
9 F. 1308 5'4 639 2 0 4 1851 3' 
10 S,\. 1 3 5 0 8 1414 5'4 748 2 0 4 2009 3 0 



I ,; 
Ç. ,:$ 


1 F, 
2 :-Ja. 
3 Ru, 
4 1\1. 
5 Tuo 
6 Wo 
7 Th. 
8, Fo 
9 1 Hao 
10 Hu. 
11 M. 
12 Tu. 
13 w. 
14 Th. 
15 F, 
16 Sa. 
17 Suo 
18 !\Io 
19' Tuo 
20 Wo 
21 Tho 
22 Fo 
23 Hao 
24 Su. 


I 


o 
27 W o 
28, Th. 
29 1 F, 
fil 

: 


HIGH WATER. II Lo\\ 'VATER. I' 
Fortmo on. i Afternoon o Fore
on
 A ftern oo
 I 
 _ 
 
T ime' I

o Timco H't o Timeo 
:.: Time 
 '
:: I 
_ 
H.)1. F'to H. 1\1. F'to' Ho :\10 Ft. H, 1\1. Ft. 1 

 

 n }
 

 
:
 II 'ü iü '2 0 4 g 

 1 r
 " 
 f

o 
743 6 0 9 20 26 6 0 4 /1 1 34 93 14 19 1 0 3 ' 31 W. 
831 6.9 2111 6 0 5 1.3 Oi 1'3 , 4 Th_ 
9 17 6 0 8 21 5.5 6 0 5 
 i
 I 
:
 1554 [ 1'3 5; Fo 
iH
 H I 
i 
 n:: ! 
 H if 
i 
:lll I! 
r: 
12 13 5 0 8 6 39 2 0 6 18 52 12.3 9, Tuo 


 fg t


 
:3'1 

 Ir
 
Õ
 rr t?: 

 

 

 I n 1
 

 J n lÕ b
 n 
t g
 
:Õ 
3 5.) 5 0 8 16 53 r 5 0 1 10 56 2 0 4 I 22 47 13'0 
4 52 5 0 9 17 52 1 503 11 46 2'2 23 40 2'9 
550 6 0 1 1845 5 0 5 1234 1'9 
644 6 0 3 1 1932 508 / Oõ 3! 2'8 1320 1'7 
7 34 6 0 5 20 16 6 0 1 1 26 2'6 14 04 1"4 
820 6"7 2059 6 0 3 214 2 0 4 14 46 1 0 3 
905 6 0 81 21 42 6 0 5 30!J 2 0 2 15 27 1 0 3 
lÕ 
 I n 

 i
 I 
:f 
 

 rg t
 

 n 
1126 6 0 4 2355,6 0 6 528 1 0 9 1744 1'6 
00 00 1 00 1 12 17 6'1 6 24 1 0 9 18 36 1 0 9 
044 6 0 5 13 14 5 0 8 7 24 109 1 1933 2 0 2 
1 37 6 0 3 14 17 I 5 0 6 8 25 1'9 20 33 2'4 
n
 n I t
 

 I 
:
 lÕ 
 n 

 
 r
 
4 38 6 0 1 17 40 5 0 5 11 31 1"7 23 44 2'6 
5 42 6'2 I 18 38 5.8 .... .. 12 29 1 0 5 
638 ,6 0 3 I 1927 I 6 0 0 043 12.4, 1322 1 0 4 


MARCH. 


I I I HIGH WATERo 

I 
 I 
 I A
ternoon. 
:.' -=-- I Ti
..: I
f-: TII
 I H't. 
H.)1. F.to H. 
1. F'to 
1 M, 6 38 6 0 0 19 16 6 0 0 
2 Tu. 7 26 6 0 2 19 5.5 6'2 
3 Wo 8 10 6.3 20 32 6'3 
4 Th. 8 51 6 0 3 21 08 6 0 4 
5 Fo 9 27 6 0 2 I 21 42 6 0 3 
6 Sa. '10 02 6.0 22 15 6 0 2 
71 Su. 1 10 36 5 0 8' 22 48 6'1 

; 
io n 

 n I 

 
 g:g 
101 Wo . 0.. 0, 1 12 33 5 0 2 
11 Th, 0 36 5'7 13 28 5 0 0 
121 Fo 1 34 5'6 14 40 I 5 0 0 
t
, 

: 
 
 n 1 t
 
 I g:g 
15..1. 5 08 6 0 0 17 57 6'0 


: 

o 
 8
 U I }
 
 g:g 
18 [ Th. 7 53 7 0 0 2015 7'3' 
19 F, 8 39 i o l 20 57 1 704 
20 SiLo 9 23 7"l 21 40 7 0 4 
211 SUo H) 00 7"f) I 22 23 7 0 3 
22' Mo 10 51 6"7 23 08 7 0 0 
231 Tu. 11 40 6 0 3 23 56 1 606 
2
, ,}
 'õ 5õ o. g 36 g'9 

61 F. . 1 52 g:
 I 14 

 5:
 
27 SiLo 3 00 5.6 16 21 5'4 
28, Hu. 4 30 5 0 S 17 32 5 0 6 
29' 1.1. 540 5'6 1 1818 / 5 0 9 


I 

o 
 få I 
:3 I tg 

 ::
 I 


Low WATER. 
Forenoon. I Vternoon. 
Timco IH't. , Time. H"t. 
---1- 
f
 
1' n. 1 If3 R 1 n. 
1 30 2 0 1 13 54 1 0 6 
2 12 12'0 1432 1'6 



 'r
 t

 n 
3 54 / 109 16 01 2 0 1 
4 23 2 0 0 16 30 2 0 3 
4 56 2'1 17 01 2'5 
5 36 2'3 17 34 2'8 
6 23 2'4 18 11 1 3'0 
7 19 2'5 19 18 3 0 2 11 1';110 
8 32 1 2'5 20 40 3'2 12 1\1. 
9 44 2 0 4 22 00 I 3 0 0 13 / Tu. 
10 43 2"l 23 U6 2"7 14 w. 
lÕ 
 I g i2 Û I i-4 }
I 

. 
050 1'7 1310 1 0 2 1117 / SiLo 
137 1 103 1354 1 0 1 18 Suo 
2 21 1'0 14 37 1 0 0 19 :\1, 

 

 g:
 ti 
 t:
 

I 
l
o 
4 38 11 0 0 1643 1 1 0 8 22: Tho 
5 32 1 0 3 17 39 2'2 23' F, 
6 35 1 1'6 ] 8 51 2'6 24 Ha. 
7 4ö 1 0 9 20 15 2'9 25 Huo 
8 59 2"l 21 31 2'9 26 R 
10 06 2'2 22 40 2 0 8 27 Tu. 
n 09 2"l 23 39 2'6 I 28 W, 
. Õ 3õ i 0 3 t
 

 I n I ãõ l?1. 
1 15 12"1 13 33 I 2'0 ' 


HIOH 'VATER. I I Low 'VATER. 
Forenoon '_ 1 Afternoono Forenoon. I _\.fternoon. 
T o I H ' t T o I H ' tI I T . ' H ' T o ' H ' 
_ 
le. I
 
 _
 i lme. 
I lIIIe. 
 
H. Mo I F to H. 1\1. 1 Ft. Ho Mo FLO [ Ho:\1. Ft. 

 få ,
:
 
 

 
:
 I 
 
 1 n tgg n 
9 0-1 6 0 5 21 31 6'4 1 3 09 I 2 0 0 15 32 1.5 
lÒ 

 I 
:t 

 
 n 
 
t I 
:
 

 g
 n 
11 07 5.9 23 25 6 0 0 5 08 1 2 0 2 17 10 2 0 1 
11 45 1 506 5 44 2 0 3 17 44 2 0 4 
o 02 5 0 9 i2 26 5 0 4 6 23 2 0 5 18 22 2 0 7 
o 41 5 0 8 13 13 5'1 7 14 2 0 6 19 09 2 0 9 
1 25 5 0 6 14 08 4 0 9 R 18 2 0 6 20 16 3'0 
224 5 0 5 1521 4'9 998 2.5 21 33 3.1 
o 
8 
7 
4 
1 
o 
9 
o 
3 
6 
o 
4 
6 
8 
8 
6 
8 


no 


213 
329 
441 
543 
637 
7 27 
815 
9 1 
947 
1036 
11 28 
.õ 28 
1 31 
244 
409 
516 
6 6 
651 
7 31 


t. 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
8 
o 
2 
3 
2 
30 
2 0 6 
2"l 


;,7 b 21 
5'8 16 23 
6 0 1 17 20 
6 0 4 18 09 
6"7 18 55 
7.0 19 40 
7"l 20 24 
7 0 1 21 10 
7 0 0 21 57 
6 0 8 22 45 
6 0 5 23 35 
6 0 3 t
 

 
5'9 14 33 
5 0 6 15 48 
5 0 5 16 53 
5 0 6 17 43 
5 0 7 18 2.3 
5 0 8 19 03 
5 0 9 I 19 38 


5 6 9 01 
5'9 10 09 
6 0 4 11 04 
6 0 8 11 52 
7 0 2 0 24 
7 0 5 1 09 
'1 0 7 153 
7 0 6 2 37 
7 0 4 3 26 
7"l 420 
6'7 5 19 
6 0 2 6 24 
5'9 7 29 
5'7 8 33 
5'7 9 36 
5 0 8 10 36 

:g II 1 Õ ð
 
6'3 050 
6'4 1 30 


23 21 27 
2 0 2 22 36 
1 0 9 2336 
1'7 
1 0 6 
1 0 2 
0'9 
0"7 
0'8 
1'0 
1 0 3 
1'6 
1 0 9 
2 0 2 
2.3 
2 0 4 
2'4 
2 0 5 
2.3 
2 0 2 


i237 i.I; 
1321 1 0 4 
14 06 1"4 
14 52 1 0 5 
1540 1'8 
16 33 2'1 
17 34 2'5 
1844 28 
1958 2'9 
21 10 2 0 9 
2218 2 0 8 
2315 2'6 
i2 i6 i 0 5 
1257 2 0 5 
1332 2'6 


The Tl\u: u<jerl is Intercolonial Standarrl, fO!' the 60th meridian: or four hours slower than Greenwich 
Ie,\n 
Time. It i
 counted from 0 to 24 hours, from miclnight to midni:tht. 
The HEIHIIT is measured from a datulll plane ahout 1 foot 6 inehes below the le\ el of low water at 
OrdinarJ Spring- Tides; which is the Datum of the Achniralt,\ Chart
. Hence to obtain the heights ahove the 
Admiralty Datum, deduct 1'5 feet from the height above given. 



36 


I 

 I 
 
..... ..... 


1 Ha. 
2: SIl, 

I 

. 
5: W, 
6 1 ' Th. 
7 F, 

: 

: 


I f
i, 
12 W. 
13 Th, 
14 F, 
15 8t\, 
16 Su, 
17 ,I. 
18 ru. 
19 W, 
20 Th, 
21 F. 
2:! ,..;a, 
23 Hu. 
24 :\1. 
25 \ Tu, 
26 w. 
27 Th. 
28 \ F. 
29 Sa, 
30 Suo 
3] :\1. 


TIDE TABLES, HALIFAX. 


[1897 


TIDE iABLES, HALIFAX--Co/lti/lued. 


JUNE. 


MAY. 


HIGH WATER, I Lo\\ 'VATER. 
Forenoon. \ Afternoon, Forenoon. Afternoon, 
 >. 
Time. ,H't , , Time' \ H"t. I Time. 'H't . -Ti\lle
 I H'
 
 
 
- --- -1--- --- 
H,!\I. F't" 1 H. 1\1. F't. H, 
1. F't, H.:\J F't. 
8 07 3'9 20 10 6'5 2 ().j 2"l It 02 1 2'7 1 Tu, 
8 n 1 5 '9 20 41 6'5 2 36 \ 2'1 It 28 2'7 2 W, 
9 15 6'0 1 21 12 1 6'5 3 06 2'U 14 55 2'8 
i 

' 
1
 

 I n 

 1
 f
 
 
 r8 

 Õ
 rÒ 5 1 Sa. 
11 04 \ 5'8 22 58 6'3 4 42 2"l 16 46 ,3'1 6 Su, 
11 50 5'8 23 44 1 6'2 5 25 2'2 17 38 3'2 7 l\J. 
. õ -iõ 6'1 \ 

:t 
:
 
 g g 

 

 g:i 
 
v
' 
] 47 1 6'0 14 40 6'1 8 20 2'3 2] 04 2'8 101 Th, 
2 56 1 5'9 15 38 6'3 9 26 1 2'2 22 06 2'4 11 F. 
4 04 6'1 16 33 6'6 10 22 2'1 23 03 2'0 112 St\, 
5 06 6'3 17 27 7'0 11 15 1 1'9 23 54 1-6 13 Su, 
6 05 6'6 1 18 20 7'3 .... .. 12 04 1'8 14 1\1. 
7 01 6'8 19 12 7'5 044 1-2 1252 \ 1'8 15 Tu. 
754 1 6'9,2003 7'6 1330'91340 1'8 16 W, I 
845 6'9' 2053 7'6 222 0'8 14 30 1'9 17 Th, 
9 34 I 6'9 21 42 7'4 3 13 0.8 15 23 1 2'0 18 F, 
10 24 6'8 2230 7"l 408 1'0 1622 2'2 19 Ha, 
11 15 
.
 i
 

 n 
 g
 I n 

 
 n 

 
t 
'õ i2 6'3 1302 6'2 706 1'9 1939 2"7 22' TIl, 
1 fYl fi'9 1 13 57 6'0 8 03 2'2 20 37 2'8 23 1 W. 
2 08 5'6 14 54 5'9 8 58 2'4 21 34 2"7 24, Th, 
3 18 5'4 15 53 5'9 9 52 2-6 22 30 2'6 
I 
;.. 

 

 n 

 
g 
:Õ 

 

 ! n 2 1 . 2 
 2 08 ' 
 2'5 27 Su, 
6 24 5'4 \ 18 22 6'1 0 12 2'4 29 28::\1. 
7 03 5'5 1859' 6'2 057 2'3 1244 2'9 1\ 29: TIl. 
7 39 5'6 19 35 1 6'3 1 36 1 2.2 13 19 2'9 30 W, 
8 14 5'7 20 13 6'4 2 10 2"l 13 54 I 2'9 
, 


JULY. 


HIÜH WATER. I L.,,\ WATER, 
Forenoon.. . Afternoon, Forenoon. I Afternoon 
Time. ' 
:= Time, 
:= Tim-=. I 

 Time. , H't 
H,1\1. F't. H. J\L ,F't' l H, 1\1. F't. H. 
1. F't 
8 50 5-8 20 30 6'5 I 2 42 2'0 1 14 30 2'9 
929 5'9 21 2ò 6'5 \ 3 14 1'9 15 (,9 2-9 
10 11 6'0 22 04 6-5 3 48 1'8 15 51 I 2'9 
]055 6-0 I 22 45 16'4 \ 4 27 1'8 1637 2.9 


 

 
'
 i
 
 I f
 
 

 r
 

 
 
:
 
o 'Zl 6'1 13 20 1 6'2 6 48 1'9 19 30 I 2-6 
1 27 6'0 14 14 6'3 7 44 2'0 20 40 2'4 
2 30 5'9 15 10 6'5 8 43 2'1 21 42 2-1 
3 34 5'9 16 06 16'6 9 40 2'2 22 38 1'8 
4 37 6.0 17 02 1 6'8 10 35 2"l 23 33 1'5 
5 38 6'1 17 56 7'0 11 32 2"l 
6 36 6'3 18 49 7'2 0 26 1'2 
7 32 6'5 1941 7'2 1 17 1'0 
8 26 6'6 20 32 7'2 2 08 0'9 
9 18 6'6 21 22 7"l 3 00 0'9 
1008 6'6 22 11 6'9 353 1'0 
1056 6'5 2259 6'6 4 46 1'2 
11 43 6'4 23 49 6'3 5 39 1'4 
1230 6'2 11 633 1'7 
'õ Ü 5'9 1318 6'0 727 2'0 
1 37 5'5 14 11 5'9 8 20 2'3 
2 38 5'2 15 08 5'8 9 12 2'6 
3 40 5'0 16 04 5'7 10 03 2-8 
440 5'0 1'353 5'7 1051 2-9 
5 6 35 2, = ) I 5 5 : 0 1 17 36 5'8 1 11 33 3'0 
18 18 5'9 0 31 2'3 i2 i2 3-0 
n.
 I n 

 
 n 
 
b n g 

 
,ã 
8 36 5'7 20 26 6-3 2 14 1'7 14 15 2'7 


i228'2-! 
13 23 2-0 
14 17 1 2'0 
15 12 2"l 



 In 
18 09 I 2'3 
19 09 I 2'4 
2U 07 2.5 
21 04 2'6 
22 02 2'6 
22 59 2'5 
23 49 2'4 


AUGUST. 


J ' 

I g 


HIGH
VATER. I . Low W4.TER. 
Forenoon, Afternoon, Forenoon, Afternoon, 
-,-- -1- 
Time. I 'H't, ! Time. H't. Time, H't. Time, H't, 
- - - - -- - 1 - 1 - 1 - 
H, )1, F't, H,:\1. F't, H,)1. F't, H. M, F't, 
10 10 1 6'5 22 21 I 6'6 3 43 1"1 16 03 1 1'7 
10 51 1 6'6 1 23 07 1 6'4 4 25 1'2 1 16 48 1'6 
11 34 6'5 2355 6'11: 510 1"4 1738 1'6 
.. '. .. 12 20 6 '5 5 57 \ 1-6 18 34 \ 1.6 
045 5'9 1309 6'4 647 1'9,1936 1'7 
1 40 5'6 14 02 6'2 7 45 2'2 2044 1'8 
2 48 5'3 15 06 6'1 8 49 2'4 l 21 54 1"7 
404 5'2 I 16 13 16.0 957 2'5 2301 1'6 
5 08 5'3 17 18 6'1 11 04 2'4 .... 
6 07 5'6 I 18 21 6'2 0 02 1 1'5 12 09 2'3 
6 59 5'8 19 15 I 6'3 0 56 1"4 13 10 2"l 
745 6'1 2002 6'4 143 1'31 1405 1'9 
830 6'3 2047 6'5 228 1 1'2 14 54 1./j 
9 14 6'4 21 31 16'4 3 12 1-3 1539 1'7 
957 6'4 22 14 6'2 354 1"4 III 22 1'8 
1038 6'3 2256 6'0 433 1'6 1703 1'9 
11 17 6'1 23 37 5'7 5 U8 1'9 17 42 2'1 
11 55 5'9 1 .... 5 41 2'2 18 21 2'2 
o 17 5'4 12 34 3'7 6 15 2.5 19 U7 2'4 
059 5-1 13 15 5'6 6 54 2'8 20 04 2'5 
1 48 4'9 14 03 fi'4 7 51 13'0 21 04 2'5 

 g
 n I 

 
 I 
:
 1
 
 I n 

 g
 n 
5 16 1 5'0 17 17 5'7 11 07 2-9 I 23 54 11'9 
6 08 5'4 18 13 6'0 .... .. 12 01 2'6 
656 5'8 1904 6-3 041 1'6 1251 2'2 
74016'21195116.6 11 1231'413371'9 
820 6'6 2036 16'8 202 1'2 ' 14 19 1.6 

 
5 
:
 I 

 

 I f
' 
 19 n 

 

 r
 
10 22 7'0 I 22 51 6'6 4 01 1'3, 16 29 1'2 


Low W 
Forenoon. 
- 
Timt:. 'H't, 
---1-- 
H. :\1. F't, 
U\15 
3 28 1"4 
407 1.4 
4 47 1"4 
530 1'5 
6 17 I 1'7 
7 10 1'9 
8 08\2'1 
9 09 2'2 
10 09 2'3 
11 10 2'3 
o 05 1'3 
10011"1 
153 1.0 
2 44 1'0 
3 33 1'0 
4 21 1"1 
5 08 11'3 
5 54 1'6 
"'I" 
7 23 2'3 
8 09 2'6 
8 56 2'8 
9 50 3'0 
10 50 I 3'0 
1

 In 
1 ]211"7 
1 49 1'4 
225 1'2 
3 03 1'1 


1\_ HWH_ WATER, 
I Forenoon. \ Afternoon, 

 >. I 
.e d 

 
A 
 , Time. _--.:. 

 _ 
 
- -, H, M, F't, H,M. F't 
1 Th. \1 9 16 1 5.9 21 1U 6'4 
2 F, 9 55 1 6'0 21 53 6'5 
3 Sa, 110 34 6'2 22 37 6'4 
4 Suo 11 14 6'3 23 22 6'3 
5 1\1' 1 11 57 6'3 
6 Tu. 0 10 6'1 i2 43 6-4 
7 w, 1 02 1 5'9 13 32 6'4 
8 Th. 1 58 5'7 14 25 6'4 
9 F, 3 03 I 5.6 15 26 6'4 
10 Sa, 4 16 \ 5'5 16 30 6'4 
11 Ru, I 5 23 5'6 17 32 6'5 
12:\1. 6 21 5'8 18 29 6'6 
13 Tu. 7 15 6'0 19 22 6.7 
l-! W. 8 06 6.2 20 12 6'8 


 

' I 
 
t n 

 

 n 
17 Sa.. 10 27 6'4 22 36 6'4 
18 Su, 11 12 6.3 23 24 6'1 
19 :\1. 1 11 58 ,6 'I 
20 Tu. I 0 12 5.7 i2 43 5'9 
21 w, 1 1 00 5'3 13 29 5'7 


 

1, I 
:i 1 rg U 
 n 
241 Sa, I 3 42 4'7 16 01) 5.4 
25: Su, I 4 50 4"7 16 56 5'5 
26 }I, 5 56 4'9 17 50 5'7 
271 Tn, I. 6 45 5.2 18 40 5.9 
28 w_ 7 28 5'5 l!J 26 6'2 
29[ Th. II 8 09 5'8 20 10 6'4 


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The Tl
E used is Intercolonial 
tandard, for the 60th meridian; or four hours slower than Greenwich Mean 
Time. It is counted from 0 to 24 hours, from midnight to midnil!ht, 
The HEIGHT is measured from a datum plane about 1 foot 6 inches below the level of low water at 
Ordinary Spring Tides; which is the Datum, of the Adn"!iralty Charts. Hence to obtain the heights above the 
Admiralty Datum, dednct 1'5 feet from the height above g,ven. 


Afternoon. 


Time' \ H'L. 
H,M_ F't, 
14 57 2'6 1 Hu, 
15 40 2'4 2 
I. 
16 24 2'3 3 Tu_ 
17 11 2'2 4 W 
ti 
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2109 1'9 8 Su. 
22 10 1'7 9.'\1. 
2309 1'5 Wi Tn. 
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1557 1'9 l6.'\1. 
16 50 1-9 17 Tn, 
17 41 2'0 18 W, 
18 30 2"l 19 Th, 
19 19 2.3 20 F. 
20 10 2'4 21 Sa, 
21 06 2'5 22 Hn, 
22 04 2'5 23 1\1. 
23 00 2-4 24 Tn, 
23 51 2'2 25 w, 
i2 35 2'S 
 

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13 18 2'6 28 1 Sa, 
14 00 2'3 29 Su, 
14 41 2'0 30 'I, 
15 21 '1'8 31 Tn, 



1897] 


TIDE TABLES, HALIFAX. 


:17 


SEPTEMBER. 


TIDE TABLES, HAll FA X-Contill Ilf'd. 


OCTOBER. 


I HIGH WATER. I 
I, 
:i> Forenoon, I Afternoon, 
E.. Ã Time.IH't. TiIne. :H't.1 
-1-- H, R F:t H. ::\1. F't. 
r 
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9! Th. 6 49 6'0 18 53 6'2 1 
10 1 F, 7 30 6'2 19 42 6'3 
111 Sa, 8 09 6'4 20 28 6'4 
12, Sn, 8 47 6'5 21 10 6'3 
13' M, 9 24 6'4 21 49 6'2 
141 Tu. 10 (J() 6'3 22 25 6'0 
15' W_ 10 35 I 6'2 23 02 5'8 


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181 Sa, 0 26 5'3 12 26 5'8 
191 Su, 1 16 5'1 13 12 [ 5-71 
20 1 M. 2 18 5'1 14 20 5'6 , 
21 Tu, 3 33 5'2 15 36 5'7 
221 W, 4 41 5'5 16 46 5'9 
23' Th. 5 35 5-9 17 46 6'2 
24' F, 621 6'4 1837 1 6'6 
25; Sa. 7 03 6'8 19 23 6'9 
26 Su, 7 44 7"1 20 08 7"1 
27 1 M. 1 8 25 7'4 20 53 1 7"1 
28 Tu 9 07 7'5 21 40 7'0 
29 - W_ 9 50 7'4 22 30 6'8 
301 Th. 10 36 7-2 23 23 16,5 



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Low 'VATER, 


F orenoon, I Aftern
on. 

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, H't_ 1 Time, H't. 
H, 1\1. F't, H,.\1. F't. 



In U
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624 1 2'2 / 1927 1 1'7 
731 2'5 2036 1'9 
8 46 /2"7 21 43 I 2'0 
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2 38 1'8 15 01 1"9 
313 1'9 1536 1'9 
3 46 2'1 16 10 2'0 
4 16 2'3 1 16 47 2-2 
4 48 2'6 17 28 2'3 
5 24 2'9 18 14 2'5 
6 08 31. 19 09 2'6 
7 03 3'2 20 11 1 2"7 
8 20 3-3 21 25 2'6 
9 36 3'2 22 27 2-3 


 

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003 1'8 1225 2'0 
044 1'5 1309 1'6 
1 24 1'4 13 52 1'3 
203 1'3 14 36 1"1 
248 1"4 1522 1'0 
3 33 1'6 16 10 1 1"1 
4 21 1-9 17 02 1-4 


HIGH WATER_ Low 'VATER. 


Forenoon' Afternoon. Forenoon. Afternoon 


TinIe. H"t . Time. H t. Time.'H"t. TilDe. Iff t. 


1 M. 
2 Tu. 
3 W, 
4 Th, 
5 F, 
6 Sa_ 
7 Su, 
8 M, 
9 Tu, 
10 W, 
11 Th, 
12 F, 
13 Sa, 
14 Hu. 
15 1\1. 
16 Tu. 
17 W_ 
18 Th. 
19 }.', 
20 Sa, 
21 Hu. 
22 ::\1. 
23 Tu. 
24 W, 
2,) Th, 
26 F. 
27 Sa. 
28 Hu. 
29 M. 
30 Tn. 


RM, 
058 
1 59 
303 
404 
501 
552 
636 
7 12 
743 
815 
849 
924 
10 01 
1040 
11 24 
024 
1 15 
208 
306 
404 
500 
553 
644 
734 
823 
911 
1000 
10 52 
11 50 
034 


F't, H,::\I Ft, 
6'3 13 06 6'4 
6'2 14 12 6'1 
6'2 15 24 6'0 
6'3 16 33 6-0 
6'4 17 32 6'1 
6'5 IS 24 6'1 
6'6 19 09 6'2 
6'6 19 46 6'2 
6'7 20 20 6'2 
6'7 20 53 1 6'2 
6'6 21 29 6'1 
6'6 22 OS 6'0 
6'5 22 50 6'0 
6'4 23 35 , 6'0 

:5 i2 i6 6'2 
6'1 13 14 6'2 
6'3 14 20 1 6'2 
6'5 15 2S 6'3 
6'8 16 35 6'5 
7'2 17 36 6'7 
7'5 18 32 6'9 
r
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7'8 

 
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7721597'l 
7'4 22 48 7'0 
7'1 23 39 6'8 
6-8 ! 
6'6 i253 6'4,1 


H_1\1. 
726 
832 
935 
1036 
11 32 
'ö 29 
1 05 
1 34 
201 
231 
304 
342 
4 27 
5 19 
618 
722 
830 
938 
10 37 
11 2S 
'ö 23 
1 13 
204 
257 
353 
454 
601 
709 


F't_ R M F't. 
3'0 20 03 2'3 1 W. 
3'0 21 06 2'4 2 'l'h, 
2'9 22 03 2'5 3 F. 
2'8 22 57 2'6 4 Sa, 
2'6 23 46 2'7 5 Su. 
12 22 2'5 6 M, 
2'8 13 05 2'4 7 1 Tu_ 
2'9 13 39 2'3 8 W_ 
r
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3'2 15 10 2'4 11 H!
, 
3'3 13 45 2'4 12 Hu, 
3'4 16 24 2'5 13:\1. 
H U
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3'4 19 57 2'6 17 F, 
3'1 20 56 2-5 18 H;" 
n 

 
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' 
1'9 23 34 2'2 21 1 TII, 
]217 1'5 22 W. 
2-i 13 05 1'3 23 Th, 
2'1 13 53 I-I 24: F, 
2'1 14 42 11"1 231 Sa. 
2-2 15 33 1"2 11 261 :-\11, 
2'4 1 16 27 11'4 27':\1. 
n 

 

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2'8 19 38 1 2'2 30, Th. 
31, F 


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2 Ha. 
3' Su, 
4 ::\1. 
5 Tu, 

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8' F, 
9 1 Ra, 
10 Ru, 
II :\1. 
12 Tu. 
13 W, 
14 Th, 
15, F, 
16, Sa, 
171 Su, 
181 ::\1. 
19 Tn. 
20 W. 
21 Th, 
22, F, 
23i Sa, 
24 Hu, 


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27i W. 

I 

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301 Sa_ 
31, Su_ 


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11 29 I 6'9 . __ 1 -- 5 14 2'3 IS 06 1'7 
019 6'2 1226 6-6 I 624 2'6 1916 1-9 

 
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3 36 1 5'7 15 49 5'9 9 58 2'9 22 31 2'3 
4 41 5'9 16 54 1 6'0 10 58 2'7 23 26 2'3 
5 36 6-1 17 51 6'1 11 51 1 2'5 

 
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7 41 6'6 20 03 6'3 1 30 2'3 14 00 1 2'1 
8]5 6'6 20 40 6'3 I 2 03 2'4 14 34 2'1 
8 48 6'6 21 16 6'2 2 35 1 2'6 15 06 2'2 
9 20 6'6 21 32 6'1 3 08 2'7 15 40 1 2'3 
9 53 6'5 22 29 5'9 3 42 2'9 16 17 2'4 
10 27 6'4 23 09 5'S I 4 17 3'1 16 57 2'5 
11 03 6'2 23 56 5'7 4 55 3'3 17 41 2'6 
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1 47 5'6 13 53 5'9 7 50 3'5 20 46 2'7 
2 51 5'8 15 06 6'0 9 06 3'3 21 51 2'5 
3 55 6'1 16 13 6'2 10 10 2'9 22 42 2'3 
4 51 6'5 1í 14 6'5 11 09 2'5 23 29 2'1 

 

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715 7'6 1953 7'2 r 053 1'8 1326 1'3 
801 7'82041 7'3 1 136 1'7 1412 1'1 
846 7'8 2127 7'2 2221'S 14 59 1'1 
932 7'7 2214 7'0 311 2'0 1548 1'2 
10 20 7'4 2 . 3 . 04 . , 1 6 . 'S , I 4 04 2'3 16 42 1'5 
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DECEMBER. 


HWH WATER. 


/I 


Low 'VATER, 


Forenoon. Afternoon_ Forenoon. I Afternoon. 
Time, H't_ Timp_ H't, Time. H't. Time, H t. 


H,::\1. Ft. H, ::\1, F't, 
8 14 2'8 20 38 2'5 
9 15 2'8 21 33 2'7 
10 11 2'7 22 25 2'8 
11 04 2'6 23 14 2'9 
11 52 2'6 23 58 3'0 
'öi5l:h g

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1 08 3'2 13 48 2'3 
1 41 3'2 14 20 2'3 
2 16 3'2 14 53 2'2 
2 53 3'2 15 30 2'2 
3 33 3'2 16 10 2'2 
4 18 3'2 16 53 2'2 
5 07 3"1 17 38 2'3 
5 58 3'0 ]8 25 2'3 
6 52 2'9 19 16 2'4 

g
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M n 
10 04 2'1 22 08 2'4 
10 59 1-8 23 06 2'4 
1Ô g
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054 2'2 1338 1'1 
1 46 2'1 14 30 1'1 
240 2'1 15 23 1'1 
3 37 2'1 16 17 1'3 
436 2'2 1712 1'5 
536 2'3 IS 08 1'8 
6 37 2'4 1 19 03 2"1 
7 36 2';; 19 57 2'4 
8 34 
 20 51 2'7 


H, 'I. F't, H,::\1. F t, 
1 33 6'4 13 59 6'1 
2 34 6'3 15 ()5 5'9 
3 32 6-3 16 08 5'8 
4 26 6'2 17 08 5'7 
5 15 6'3 18 05 5'8 
5 58 6'4 18 49 5'8 
6 38 6'4 19 25 5-9 
7 16 6'5 19 59 5'9 
7 53 6'5 20 32 6'0 
8 29 6 '5 1 21 08 6'1 
9 05 6'6 21 49 6'1 
9 43 6'5 22 32 6'2 
1 10 25 6'5 23 16 6'2 
11 10 6'4 
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6 18 7'4 1 19 04 6'7 
7 12 7'5 19 37 6'9 



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9 48 1 7'2 22 27 6'9 


 
 
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o 01 I 6'6 12 17 6'3 
o 50 6'4 13 10 5'9 
1 42 6'2 14 12 I 5'6 


The T"IE u
eù is Intercolonial Standarù, for the 60th meridian; or four hours slo\\ er than Greel1\\ ich 

Iean Time. It is counted from 0 to 21 hours, from midnight to midnight. 
The Jh:WIIT is measured from a datum plane about 1 foot 6 inchE's helow the le\'el of low WItter at 
Ordinary Spring Tides; which is the Datum of the Admiralty Charts. Hence to ohtain the heights abO\'e the 
Admiralty Datum, deduct 1'5 feet trom the height above gh en. 



28 


TIDE TABLES, QUEBEC. 


[1897 


TIDE TABLES, QUEBEO. 



I ::- 
Å, Ä 


, 
liTh. 
2, F, 
3 \ Ha. 
4 'In 
51 1\1, 
6 Tn 
7 W. 
8 Th. 
9 F, 
10 Sa_ 
11 Su, 
12 :\1. 
13 Tu_ 
14 W. 
15 Th. 
16 F. 
17 \ Sa, 
18 Su, 
19 M, 


I 
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22 Th, 
231 F. 


 l â
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26 1\1. 
27 '1"..1_ 
28 W. 
29 \ Th. 
:\0 F_ 


APRIL. 


MAY. 


Ln" W -\TER. 
Forenoon. I Afternoon, 
-1- 
Time'IH't_ Time. I H't. 
H. 
1. 1 F't. H. :\1. Ft. 
o 37 2"7 13 9 2-1 
1 13 2'8 13 53 1 2'3 
1 53 3"1 14 36 1 2'6 


Õ n tg

lrg 
3 49 4'2 16 39 1 4'0 
4 28 4'5 17 20 4"4 
5 10 4'8 18 3 14'8 
5 36 5'0 18 52 5'1 
6 51 5'2 19 46 5'0 
7 54 5'0 20 4ã 4'7 
9 6 4'6 21 46 4'2 


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12 12 [ 2'2 
o 14 2'7 13 2 1'8 
059 2'5 1350 1'7 
1 47 2-6 14 37 1'8 
2 36 2'8 13 23 1 2'1 
3 27 3'1 16 11 2'6 
4 19 13'5 17 1 3"1 
5 12 3'9 17 53 [ 3'7 
6 6 4'4 18 47 4'2 
7 2 4'8 1 19 43 1 4'4 
8 6 4'8 [ 20 42 4'4 
9 11 4'5 21 40 H 


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JULY. 


' I . 
HWH 
VATER. " Low " l ATER. 

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' Forenoon. Af tern o
_ 
- c:: , I, I T . H ' \ 1 1 " II ' t T ' H ' 

 
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- ---'-- ---1-- - - -- 
! I H. 1\1. I n, H. :\1. F.t, H. l\1. F't. H. :\1. F't, 
1 Tu. I 633 17'6 19 21 14'5 1 29 3'6 14 13 2'7 
2 W_ 7 12 17'5 1 19 59 1 14"3 2 9 3'8 14 53 3-0 

 

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5 Ha. 9 16 \ 17'01 22 1 14'
 4 3 1 4 '0116 42 3'8 
6 Hu. 10 4 16'6[ 22 50 14"3 4 -n 4'0 17 21 3'9 
7 :\1. 111058 116'0 \ 23 47 114'5 [ 5 2
 4'1 18 4 14'0 
8 Tu. . _. .... 12 0 15'4 1 6 10 4'2 1 18 52 4'0 
9 W. 048 'H'9 13 15 114"9 7 If) 4'2 1
 49 4'0 


 

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12 \ Sa. II 349 [17-211629 1 15 '1 1031 12'9 1 2257 ! 3'0 
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16 W. 631 :17"9 \ 1935 14"3 134 2'3 I 14 22 1'4 
17 Th. 7 32 17'5 
O 18 14'11 2 22 1 2'3 [15 7 1'6 
18 F, 8 15 17"0 21 2 14"0 3 9 2'4 1552 1'9 
19 Sa, 9 1 16'4 21 47 113'91 3 56 2'7 16 36 2'3 
20 Suo 951 15'6 1 2236 1 14'0[ 1 444 3-0 1719 2'8 


 

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23 W. 0 41 14'2 13 9 ,13'5, 'i 27 14"2 1947 4'0 
24 1 Th_ 1 3() 14'6 14 14 13'3' 1 833 4'2 2045 4'0 
25 F. 2 35 15'1 13 14 13'4 942 3'8 21 44 3'9 
26 Sa. 3 28 15'7: 16 9 13'7 10 46 3'2 22 41 3'6 
27 1 Su, 4 17 16'31 16 58 13'911 11 43 12'6 I 23 34 3'4 
28 l\1. 5 1 16"6 1 17 43 14 '0, _. .. . _ 12 32 2'3 
29 Tn, 5 41 16'8 1 18 24 '13'9, 0 22 3'3 13 14 2-2 
30 W, f) 20 1/,'8 19 3 .13'91 1 5 3'2 1353 2'3 
I I I I 


1 I I HWH 'VATER. Low WAJ."R, 

 ::- I Foren
on, Afternoon. 
 I Afternoon. 
::s I Ä Time. In_ Time. \ H"t, Time. ' 
'
 I !iill.:: I H't, 
- _ I H. )<1. F:t. -H:'M F=t. H. ,I. Ft, H. M, F't_ 
1 Th. 6 58 16'8 HI 40 13'9 1 46 3'2 14 30 I 2'4 
2; F, . 7 35 16'8 2015 14"1 2 2;) 3'1 15 6 2'5 
3' Ra. 1 8 11 16'8 2049 14"5, 3 3 3'0 1540 2'6 
4' Sl1. 849 16'7 21 24 14'9 340 2'8' 16 13 2'6 
5' :\1. 9 30 16'5 22 3 15'3 4 18 2'7 1 16 45 2'5 
6 1 Tu. 10 16 15'8 22 50 15'4 4;)8' 2'6 17 20 2'6 
7 W, 11 16 15-0 23 49 15'4 5 44 2'8 18 8 2'8 
8Th. I 12 34 14"1 6 51 I 3'2 19 14 3'0 
9 F. 1 4 i5:i; 14 3 13'3 8 10 3"4 20 21 3'2 
10 1 Sa. 2 13 15-8 15 10 13'4 1 9 28 3'2 21 28 1 3 '2 
11 Su. 3 17 16'3 16 13 13'5 10 38 2-6 \ 2234 2'8 
12i ,1. I 4 12 16'7 17 7 13'7 11 39 1 1'8 23 34 2'4 
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211 W. 

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23 F,' -Õ 4
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24, Sa. 1 33 '14'5 14 40 12'3 9 9 3'8 21 9 4'0 
25 1 RII. 256 114'8 1;) 42 12'6 1 10 22 3'3 22 9 3'8 
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'fhe TJ\IE u'Jerl is Eastern Standard, for the 7,jth meridian; or five hours slo\\er than l.reen\\iCh !llean Tillie. 
it i!. counted frolll 0 to 24 hours, f1'olll midnight to midnig'ht. 
The HF.IOIIT b measurerl from the level of low water at Urdinary Spring- Tides; that is, from the same datulll. 
as used for the Admiralty Chart of (luehec Hal'bour. 



n \\ATER_ II Low W-\TER. 
II Forenoon_ I Afternoon, Forenoon,' Afternoon_ 
'1'- " T 
I- T - 'H'tI T 
 
 
 
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i l 622 1 16 '6 1843 15-81 1 7 1'811329 1-4 2 Hu. 
6;)7 17'0 1921 115'6 1 142 1 1 '9, 14 9 1'6 3}1. 
7 33 17'2 19 59 1;)'3 2 16 2'2 1 14 48 2'0 4 Tu, 
8 9 17'3 2038 '14"9 251 2'6 1;) 29 2'5 ;) W, 

 

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10 08 116'3 23 6 13-0 4 53 ,n I 17 47 4"4 
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10 57 15'6 .. .. I.. 5 39 4'7 18 40 5'0 9' H 
o 12 ,12'5 12 10 14"9\ 6 29 \ 5'2 1944,5'2 101}t 
1 26 12'4 13 27 14"7 7 'Zl 5'4 20 45 5'1 111 Tn. 
2 33 13'0, 14 41 15'0 8 40 5'2 21 41 4-6 121 W 
3 26 14'1 1;) 38 \ 15'6 948 4'51 2232 3'9 13 Th 
4 10 IS'2 16 25 16'3 10 46 , 3'61 23 19 3-2 141 P. . 
450 16'4 17 8 16'7 11 36 1 2'6 .... .. 15, Sa. 
S 27 17'3; 1748 16'8 0 3 2'6 \ 12 24 2'0 16 Su, 
603 1 18'1 1829 116'7 044 2'3 13 11 1-6 17 1\1. 
640 18'6 1912 116'3 124 2"l 1359 \ 1'5 1118 1'11. 
7 19 '18'8j 19;)7 1;)'7 2 5 1 2 '1 14 48 1'6 19' W 
8 01 '18'6 20 44 1;)'0 2 48 2'3 1;):;8 2'0 I 20' Th. 
8 46 118'1 21 34 14"2 333 12"7 I 16 29 2'6 21 1 F. 
9 35 '17'3 2231 13'4 4 24 3'3 17 22 13'3 22 Sa. 
10 3g 1
'21 2342 112'71 5 17 1 4 : 0 1818 4'0 23! SII. 
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214 1 13 '2: 14 27 ,14'5 1 833 4'8 2129 4'1 1 21; 1 w. 
3 12 ,14"2' 1;) 27 14"8 9 43 4'2 22 28 13's 27 Th. 
3 58 ;15'2 1 16 16 115'3 10 47 3'4 23 16 \ 3-0 28 F. 
4 39 16'2 17 1 15'6 11 38 2'7 23 58 2-7 29 Sa. 
5 18 17'0' 1 17 43 :15'8 1 .. \ 11224 2-2 30 !'Iu_ 
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I \.fternoon. 
Time. '

I Time, I
:: 
H.:\1. Ft. H,:\1. F't. 
5 55 17'5 18 23 1;)-7 
630 17'8, 19 1 1;)'5 
7 4 17'8 1940 \ 15'2 
7 39 17-8 20 20 14-8 
8 1
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8 57 17'3 21 47 14'0 
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1 44 14'01 14 1 15'3 
2 42 15'01 15 3 15'6 
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10 14 16'1 23 20 1 13'4 
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027 13'4 1236 14'4 
1 31 13'9 1348 14'2 
228 14"6' 14 52 14'4 
3 18 15'6, 15 46 l4"7 
4 3 '16'4 1633 '15'0 
4 45 17'1 17 18 '15'1 

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TIDE TABLE
. QUEBEC. 


39 


TIDE TABLES, QUEBEO-Continued. 


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NOVEMBER. 


The Tl\m used is Eastern I:Itandard, fol' the 75th meridian; or fh e honl's slo\\ er than Green\\ ich :\Ican Time. 
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40 


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41 


WIND. 


I 1895. 
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Aver. temp. of the 
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Coldest month.... Feb. Jan. 
Aver. temp. of the 
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Month' nf g-reatest 
deviation. . . . . . . , Feb. 
Correspond mag-ni- 
tude of deviation I 5'74 4'11 1 12'53 
Wannest day... . I June 2 Jul) 1-1, Jul.\ 31, 
Aver. temp. of the 1868 18,14 
wannest day .... 80'90 ';7'73 84'50 72'75 
I Feb_ 6, 
C Id t d 6 F 1, 1855 Dec. 22, 
o es ay. . . eu. I 'l J

5
2, 1842 
Av.temp.ofcold.d -1O'i7 -2-08 -14-33 9'57 
Date highest temp. 
Iay 30 Aug'. 24, Aug. 19, 
, I I IS:;-1 1840 
Highest temperat' l 93'4 90'92 1 99'2 82'4 
Date lowest temp. Feb. 6 Jan. 10, Jan. 2, 
1859 1842 
Lowest temperat. . 1 -- 21'2 ,-12'12 -26-5 1'9 
Range of the year. 114.6 I 103'04 118'2 87'0 


July 


22'44 ' 10-16 


26'00 


45'20 I 
2-71 . 3'62 
I 
Jan. Feb., '75 


BARmIETER. 


1 1895. IAverag-e 
54 Years 
Aver. pres. of year ' 29'6171 29'6190 
:Month hig-h. a,'. p.l Nov. Sept. 
Highest mono avo p. 29'720:! 29'ü671 
Monthlowestav.p. Aug-, June 
Lowest mono a". p. 29-5422 29'5()!JH 
Date of the hig-hest' 
preSSlU"e in year. 11 April 
Hig-hest pressure. . 1 30'240 30'3ü5 
Date of lowest pres- 
sure in the year. 21 Feb 
Lowe
t pressure.. 28'746 '.!8'697 
Rang-e of the year. 1 1 '-19-1 1'668 


Extremes. 


29'67i9 29-5602 
in 1849 in 18ü4 
Jan., '49 June,'64 
2!!'S046 29'6525 
'Iar., '59 Nov., '59 
2!N143 29'5886 
Jan. 8, Mar. 7, 
18ü6 1878 
30'940 30'139 
Jan. 2, June 2, 
1877 18!!4 
2'.\'166 29'035 
2.240 1'303 
in 1893 in 18-15 


RELATIVE HL":\IJDlTY. 


, ' IAverage 
1895. 1 < 4 Y Extremes 
... ears . 
Av. humid. of year' 
 1 77 82 ill '51 73 ill '5S 
Month.o! g-reatebt. I 
humidity.. . .. ..1 Dec. Jan. Jan., '57 1 Dec., '58 
Gr'st. av. mono hu. 8-1 83 89 81 
" I f I t h J API', .Jne " I F b ' 4 ' A ' 9 
Don. 0 eas u. I & Jul) ,... aye., 3, pr.,-1 
Least avo mono hu. 6j 70 58 I 76 


EXTENT OF SKY CLOn>ED. 


18!!5. : AH',rag-e , 
42): ears 


Extremc!'. 


Av. cloud. of year. I 0'57 r'61 I 0'66 ill 0'57 
'69, '76 in 1856 
Most cloudy month Dcc. DeC'. 
G'st monthly a,-er. 0'80 0'i6 O'S!) 0'73 
Least cloud) mono I J lme Julv 
Least monthly av. 0'38 0-4Û 0'29 0.50 


[ 1895. I A,'e.rage I Extremes. 
17 ): ears 
---- 
Resultant direct'n S. 78 0 W N.61 W 
R
sult
nt velocity l I 
111 nules . . . . . . _ . 1'36 2-51 
Av. velocity ,
ith- I 
outreg.todlrec. 5'60 1 9'64 .... 
Month of gTeatest I 
averag-e ....elocity Jan. March 10'54 8'32 
Greatest monthly in 18S0 I in 1878 
average velocity 8'10 l1'49 I APr., '80 Dec., '75 
Month of least a,.. I 
velocity.... .... Aug'. .ruly 13'88 I 10'42 
Least monthly av, 
velocity........ 2'i2 7'56 I JUl),'78 July, '81 
Day of greatest avo I 
velocit,- ......., Jan. 2i 5'93 8'43 
Greatest'daily a\". 
velocity _ _ _.. _. _ 40'87 I 28'98 Nov. 17, Feb. 10. 
Day of lèast aver. ISiO I 1885 
\elocity . ... . ... Aug.!1 41'6. 22'79 
Least dailv aver. \ 
velocity: . . . . . . . 0'G7 . . . ' . . . . 
Hour of great
st Dec. 31 .... { Al


3 20 1 J

8
7, 
absolute veloc,t.\ 8-9 a.m. 8-9 a.m' I IO-Ham 
Greatest\"elocity..1 64-0 !5'67 60-0 39'0 


RAIN. 


1895. I;;'


: 
Total depth of rain - - \ 
in inches....... 22'531 27'4/J-1 43'555 ]7-574 
Number of days on I in 1843 in 1874 
which rain fell.., 113 114 '145in'90 80 in '41 
Month in which the 1 
greatest depth of 
rain fell. . .. ....1 Nov. 
Greatest depth of 
rain inone month' 4-055 
Month in which the 
days of rain were l 
most ft"equent .. Jul) 
Greatef't number of I 
rainy days in one' 
month. .. .... ..1 14 I 13 
Day in which the 
greatest amountl 
of rain felL. 
o". 25 :Sep., 14, Sept.H. 
Greatest amount of I I 18-13 1848 
rain in one day. 1 1'180 1'937 3'455 1'000 


Extremes. 


Sept. 


\ se p ., '43 June,'87 
9-760 I 2-655" 
'Jan '6u 
lo,t
'90 M
:'41 


3'290 


Oct. 


Totaldepthofsnow 
in inches. . . . . .. 54'8 
Numher of days in 
which snow.fell. 76 
Month in which the, 
greatest depth of 
sno" fell.... . . . Jan. 
Greatest depth of 
snow in one mono 35'8 
:\Ionth in whic-h the 
daysofsnow were 
most frequent., Jan. 
GI eatest number of 
do.} s of snow in 
onè month. . . . . . 20 
Dav in whiC'h the 
greatest amount 
of snow fell. . . .. 18.r an. 
Gr'test fall of snow I 
111 one day _ . . . . .. 10'5 


SNOW. 


1895. It2v



:' EJoo.rremes_ 



I 122-9 I 34-6 
in 18iO in 1888 
66 S,7 in'S!! 33 in '48 
I 


Jan. Mar., ',0 Dec., '51 
17'0 62-4 I 10'7 


Jan. Dec., ',2 Feb., '48 
15 I 2-1 I 8 
(I Feb. 5, 
Ibû3 4'6 Jan. 
.... l Mar. 27" 1888 
I ISiO I 
8'9 16'0 3'0 



[lt597 


42 


AREA AKD POPULATIOX. 


AREA AND POPULATION, 
DO:\IINIO
 OF CANADA AND NEWFOUXDLA
D, ETC. 
. l Et d C fed t. I SQUARR MILES. Poptll at'n 
PROVI
CES, DISTRICTS, TERRITORIES. 11 ere on. era 1011. Census 
or Orgamzed. Land. Wat.er. Total. 189l. 
Manitoba, Province _... . _ _ _....... _ _. Entered Confederation 1870. 65,000 -9000 74000 152506 
Saskatchewan, District...... _ . . 1 Organized 1882.. - . ... . .. ...' 101 400 7' 000 10&' 400 
 ' 
Assilliboia, . do: .. . . . .. . . . . .. .. . Do. . .. .. . . 89:650 ' 550 90;:,WO 
North- West Territories. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. ............................ 359,600 46 400 906 000 98 967 
Athabasca, District................... ï Organized, 1882.......... ., 1O:
,300 1;200 104;500 ' 
Alberta, do.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do. . . . . . . . . . . . . 105,850 250 106 100 ) 
British Columbia, Province..... . .. . . . .. Entered Confederation 1871. 382 ::100 1 000 383' ::100; 98,173 
Ontario. do. Entered Ccnfederation 186.. 219:650 2;350 222:000 2,114,321 
New Brunswick do. ......1 Do. 28100 100 28200 321,:!63 
Nova Sp(,tia do. Do. 20;550 50 20;600 I 450,396 
Prince Edward Island,do. Entered Confederation 1873. 2,000 . . . ... .. .. 2,000 1(19,078 
Que
ec do., ., .......... Entered Confederation 1867. 

7,
00 1,400 I 228,900 1,488,535 
TerrItory east of Hudson s Bay. .. .. .... .................. _..... .. _ 3
2 .,UO 5700 358000 Unknown 
Islands in Arctic Upean & Hudson's Bay 300:0 n O . . . .:. . - - - 300;000 Do). 
Keewatin, District..................... Örg;;
i';ed iS76.......-: : : : : : : : : 
67,OOO 15,00U 282 000 Do. 
Territory e:Jst of Keewatin and south of ' 
Hudsltn'sBay _............. ........ ...................... 194,300 2,500 196,800 Do, 
Great Lakps and River St. Lawnmce east 
to Long. 66", and portiolls within United 
States,notincludedillaboveareas...., .._.___........_.... ... . 47,400 47,400 .......... 
Totals. . .. .. ,........... ..... . .. . .. ... __ _ . . _ .... ! ::I,318,500 I 139,000" 1 3,458,400 4,833 : 239 



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:: ::::::.:: 1 :
:


 1 18
:


 
Do. French 8hnre, from Cape Rar to Cape St. John, SII
............. ..._.... .... .........- 10,000 
NOTE.-The population of the Dominion of Canada, excl l Isive of Labrador and 
ew- 
f
 undl 
d, is esti mate,l to be now 5,083,424. 5,034,6
 
THE 1TNITED KINGDOM AXD BRITISH POSSESSlOXS. 
For the purpm;e of comp:u'ison, the areas of othel' portions of the British Empire and foreign countries are 
h..re gi\en. I"or cOlnenience, the population and den",ity of population are also given. 



o


 I 
P
l
:
.a- to the 
Squ're 
\lile. 
Europ
-- -1------ 
United Kingdom. . . 120,979 39,134,H\6 32S 
mbraltar...... .., 2 20,416 10,208 
Malta and Gozo . 119 168,105 1,413 


Per- 
sons 
to the 
SlllÙ'C 

lile. 


Area in 
Square 
Miles. 


Area in 
Hquare 
Miles. 


Popu]a- 
. tion. 


COLmn.. 


COLONY. 


America- 
Bermudas....... . 
Canada. . . . . _ . . 
Falkland Is. & S. Georgia, 
Br!t!sh Guiana . . . . . . . , 
BrItIsh Hondm'a;;.. ..... 
NewfoundI'd & Labrador. 
West Indies, Bahamas... 
Jamaica and Turk's Is .,. 
Barbados..... . 
Leeward Islands.. 
Wimlward Island" . . . . . . . 
Trinidad and Tobago. . . . 


7b2 
1'4 
0-2 
;
 
4 
1 
11 
Ift
 
1,1
0 
1 Q.) 
1::-8 
130 


15,640 
5,083,42t 
1,900 
289JJOO 
32,900 
207,000 
50,700 
6!-6,200 
186,0 11 0 
127,800 
14ß,800 
243,000 


2U 
3,456,383 
7,500 
10iJ.000 
7,562 
162,200 
4,466 
4,424 
166 
701 
7S4 
l,b68 


\ 121,100 39,322,687 325 
I,OH8,314 221,172,952 207 
. 731,944 66,050,479 90 
1 _----- 
1,800,258 287,223,431 160 
---- 
, 80 41,910 524 
I 25,365 3,008,466 119 
29 221,4H 7,636 
30 5,853 19.; 
1,472 540,000 367 


Total European.. 
India- 
Bri tish I ndi1. . . 
Feudatory ::>tates . 


Total Imlian . 
_\sia- 
Aden and Perim. 
Ceylon. . . . . . . . . . 
n,;ng Kong 
labuan . . . . . . . . . . . 
Straits Settlement 


3,755,074 7,071,264 2 


Total Amelica. 
Australasia- 
Fiji............... . 
Kew Guiana. .. . . .. 
New South 'Vales..... 
New Zealand 
llueensland ... 
f;outh Australia. 
Tasmania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Yictoria. ... . . 
Western Austmlia. 


8,04;; 121,fJOO 15 
. 1 H8,400 S50,fH)() 4 
31O,7OU 1,251,500 4 
11)4,471 686,1011 I 6 
6f18,497 445,2011 I 0'6;' 
903,690 348,01'0 0-38 
26,S85 157,500 6 
87,8::'4 1,179,000 13 
975,876 82,](1) 0'08 
3,174,00 8 4:- 621,300 I
 
120,400 
 ;ntJoon I
 
2,120,000 35,0110,000 16 
.......... 10,OW _. .. 


Total Asian......... 26,976 3,817,670 HI 
Africa- I ---- 
Ascen",ion 35 140 i 
Rasuto]and ........ 10,293 218,900 21 
Cape Colony. 
92,000 1,772,000 6 
Mauritius . . . j 705 376,22Ü 534 
'l/atal . . . . . 20,4ÜO 544,000 27 

t. Helena. 47 3,900 83 
West African Colonies- 
Gamhia . . I 
Gold Coast. . _ 
I ago;;...... ..... 
"';ierra Leone. . . . . . . 


Total Australal"ia . 
Pt'otectorates- 
A05ia............. 
Afrka. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Pacific. . . . . . . . . 


13,060 
1. 5f)(), 000 
lfJ(I, UOII 
74,!WO 


5 
100 
9:
 
ó 


2700 
15:000 
1,071 
15,000 


Total Protectomte!o.. '
.240,400 3(i,210,000 \ 16 
Total British EmpÍI'e., 1l.475, 127 382.b6!J,31!J :{
 


357,311 4,603,120 13 


Total African....... I 


Evel')" raee and e\ ery reh
ion are repre<;ented in the British Empire. E. G. R a\'en s tein !'lays: .. Of Europeans 
there are about 50,000,(01). There are 54,8ûfi,000 Christians; 83,283.(100 :\Iohamnwdans; 232,646.0(10 Buddhists, 
Hindus and Confucians, and 31.570,000 heathen in the Empire," Havenstdn makes the population of the EmpÍI'e 
over 402,000,0(1). The fig-ures in this table, with exception of Canada, a,e from the Statesmall's Year-Book, 189H. 



1897J 


COl\UrERCE-Sr
DL\RY BY PROVIXCES. 


43 


COl\I3IERCE, DO
IINION OF CANADA. 


.statistical Vie1v of the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada duT'tng fiscal year ending 30th June, 189!j. 


I SlllPPISG. 
I Tonnage of British : Tonnage of Foreign 
Eut'd for and Canadian VeSSelS' j Vessels. 
EJ\.ports. Consump- Duty. I 
tion. Eutered Entered I Entered I Entered 
_____ _ __ __, Inwards. Outwards. Inwards. Outward". __ 
Britis-h Empire, \'iz. ::$ $ $ C.I Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. 
Great Blitain .... 61,856,990; 31,131,737 7,00{j,676 58 ì 
British E. Indies.. 4,1321 3IH,033 67,318:!3 I 
Br!t!sh Guiana... 346,4

J I 16
,176 ß8,744 74 
BritIsh Honduras. 1,923 . - . . . . . . . . . .... 'I 
Bri. Poss. in Africa 72,910, 9'í,S43, 22 60 

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i:'
a
isI.l
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:

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 .. 


'


. 

 I I 
Australia.. ..... 417,1:!4 1 113,242 7,248 29 I 
Gibraltar. . . . . . . . . .5,760 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Hong Kong- ...... 1
,903' 2,377 754 70 I 
Newfoundland.... 1,837,H9GI 739,850 1,053 95 I 

ewZ
aland. .. 
,H
 I

..:..:....:.:.
....:....:....II 
Total Brit. Empire.. 66,426,35) 33,808,642 7,252,875 09 ' I 
Argentine Republic. 502,5:!0 I ' 23,604 ..... ..... . '1 
Austria ....., , . . . .. ..... .... 172,398 55,558 85 I 
Belg-ium ...... ... 
51,4021 4U,1H7 93,303 46 1 
Brazil.... .......... 612,639 91,548: 5 22 I 
Cen. Am'n States. .. 6t,509 I 
3


a::"..'" ...... 


:


I... OGÛ:S56 .. i62',S9i. 4il l 
Denmark .... .. .. 16,345' 4,8!ð 419 00 1 I 
Dutch East Indies... .... ...... 361, E31 29 65 1 I 
France. . . .. . . . . . . . . 335,282 , 2,585,lH i)85,945 87 
French Poss., Africa. .......... 2U 206 07 
Germany. .. . . . . . . 626,976 4,794,159 892,847 04 I I 
Greece........ .... 87 77,352. 37,648 01 1 
Hayti .... .......... 200, IGi I 15 ............ '-3117561 2 930 68
 2458096 
Holland.. 140,264 243,900 755,251 48 1 r' . I ' , I I ' , 
Italy 34,325 1 381,594 46,697 12 I 
Japan... 10,307 1,567,55ð 67,999 00 I I 
Madeira. ..... 12,5:!5 319 174 47 1 
Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . .. 48,026 51 7 65 I 
Norway and Sweden. 65,551 43,511 1 6,609 OS 
Peru.. .. .. . .. ,..... 9,434 173 36 85, I 
Portug-al . 58,781 57.140, 24,361 92 
Russia ....... 42,967 4,ti35, 307 35 I 
St. Pierre.. .. . . .. 209,111 4, lIS' I,B45 00' 
Sand\\ich Islands.. . 1 46,017 13,829 207 03 
Spain.. ... .... .. 34,101 402,479' IS4,788 45 I 
Spanish Posses>;ions.1 15,810 423,792 18,695 39 I 
Turke). -- --.. " T......... I 13!J,102 31,887 23 
United States.. ..., 34,164,567 54,634,521 6,897,395 04 I 
G. 
. of Colombia . 1 19,202 ...... . .. . .. .. .1 
Gmg-uay .. . . . . . . . . . 44,4;'5 .., . . . . . . . . . . . .. I 
W. Indies-Danish.. 47,401 11,714 642 40 I 
do. -French. IS,139 4,475 1 108 37 
do. -Spanish . 1,453,:
68 3,531,292 279,IOS 98 \ 
Venezuela........ 1 91 1 191,671._......... 
Othcr Countries.... 19,681 275,067 75,193 34 [ I 
----- --- ':-'OTE.-The figures gÏ\en in this table show the 
To!al all othl'
 Coun. 39,587,039 71,443,869 LO,619,870 73 \1 registered tom; of t
e shii)}lill
 whieh aI'
Ï\.ed at 
nd 
Com and BullIon ... 4,325,319 1 . . . . . .. . cleared from the varIOUS ports III the DOlllIllion dUl"lng 
Estimated amount I the year ending' 30th June, 1139". The total ISho\\!! II. 
short. .......... 3,300,090.. .... .... ............, decrease from last) eal' of 1,000,000 tons_ The numuer 
Additional Duties .. ......... . , . . . . " . . . . I 14,523 65 j of vessels was ûO,289, manned h) a prew of 815,616 
, '--- --- -- men, ami the quantit) of freig-ht carried was 5,391,358 
Grand totals........ 11:3,638,803105,252,51117,887,26947 tons weight, and 2,935,9H tonlS measurement. 


Cml\!ERCE. 


COUSTRIE8. 


Total. 


1 . 


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No, 2,-SUMMARY BY PROVINCES DURINC .,HE FISCAL YEAR ENDINC 30th JUNE, 1895, 


Total Total I Entered for 
Exports. Imports. I Con",ulllptioll. 
------ 1---- 
Ontario.. :-:33,09fì, 181 :"41,297,14] ::4n,
()2,6
4 . :-<7,128,749 04 
Quebec...... 50,6(11,504 48 4fì') .-,
.) 43,629,033 6,968,975 03 
Nova Scotia.... ...... 11,723,534 9:27Õ::ïÚ 8,991,559 1,160,10] 08 

ew Brunswick.. .... 6,:
6S,657 4503 (J');, 4,528,564 942,310 40 
Manitoha.... " 1,611,003 2:191:ÚO 2,WO,570 484,251 52 
British ('olumhi
... .. . 9,1:!I,W8 4,379,611 4,36ü,022 1,053,(;(11 13 
Prince Edwarll hlallli. 1 ,lI3!J, 493 524,133 530,713 136,13675 
'Iorth-west Territories.. 11_ 77,3
3 --.!53,:
66 _ !53.366 _ 
 3,054 52 
Totals. . . . .. . . . . . . " .. . . . . . . . . . . . ." ""113,(;:
S,803 8110, 781,61->2 
105,252,5I1 ::o17,Ss7,26!J 47 


PRO\"lSCES. 


Duty. 



44 


CONSOLIDATED :FU
D-PUBLIC DEBT. 


[1897 


RECEIPTS AKD PAY
IEXTS, CANADA. 
Statement of the Receipts alld Paymentx from the Consolidated Fund fcr the ynlr ending 30th June, IS9fí. 

he receipts from the sources of the ordinary revenue of the countr) arc paid into what is called the Con- 
solidated Fund, .and pa.\ ments therefrOl!1 are made to co\'er th
 ordinary expenses,. These receipts and payments, 
therefore, ('on"tJtute what may he considered as the rcg-nlar lI1eome and expenditure of the country' receipts 
f rom and exppnditure out of loan!' and all other e"traordinaI'Y transal"tions heing- excluded. ' 
----

-
I----I--


--;-- 
Customs.......... .... _ .
17,585,ï41 00 ,Intere!'t on Public Debt................ :c;10 4ti6,294 44 
do Chinese Immig-ration 54,725 00 I Charges of Management.. .. . . .. . . . . .. .. '162,590 31 
___ $17,640,466 00 :-;inkin
 Fund" .,........,..... .".... 2,002,311 36 
Excise.... .. .. ........ ... .$ 7,706.0-'6 12 _ I _ PI'emium, Discount and Exchange.. ,. 116,359 91 
do methylated spirit!!.. 9!J,646 5!) iCi\'il GO\'ernment . - .. . . . . . . . . . . 1,422.221 9i 
____ 7 ,
05,732 71 Administration of Justice .. _. _ 755,ü82 97 
Post Office........,................... 2,7112.78U 64 ,Dominion Police.. ,. .. .... .. .. _ .. 21,943 13 
Public Worl,s ."....................... 109,!1IJ;; 83 ,Leg-i"lation ......................... ., 941,510 41 
Minor Public Works................. _ 13,tH4 03 1 1'enitentiaries ...... ., ........ .. .... 449,599 81 
Railwa
 s.. .. .. .. _. _.... 3,127.1189 84 Arts. Ag-rieulture and StatisticS' ..... 216,740 30 
Canals ..". .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ " _ . 339,889 72 IImmigmtion. . , . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195,652 97 
Interest on Ill\"estments '" .,..". .'... 1,330,046 94 ,lluarantine .".................,....... 101,320 11 
Patent Fees. ... . ., .... .. .... .. .., !)4,ti03 17 I Pensions . ...... " ....... ., .. .. .. .... 84,349 36 
Casual ............................ .. 8!1,145 34 
uperannuation ....................... 26.,,38:' 77 
Ordnan('e Lanrl".... .................... 22,645 97 
Iilitia...."..........."."" --i.......... 1.574,01376 
Fine,> and Forfeitures.................. 22,4tiU 39 
Iounterl Police........ 646,125 17 
Premium, Discount and E"\.change ., 18,b75 86 l'uhlic Works Inr'ome ....... . - . - - .. 1,742,316 S9 
Mariners' Fund. . .. .. _. .. ...... ., ,. 42,715 08 Railwa
 sand Canall5 Income. . . . .. . . .... 252,716 00 
Electric' Light In"pection.... 291 25 Mail SnLsidies alwl Steamship Sub\'entions 513,268 03 
Steamboat Inspel'tion .,... _ . . . ." ,.. 2!í.0!J2 61 Oeean and Ri \ er 8ervir'e ,. " . . . . . ,. . . . . . . 205,092 65 
Gas Inspection .........,..... _...... . 17,142 2fi Lig-hthouse and Coast Ser\'Íce 475,903 32 
Weig-hts and Measures. . . . . . . . . . .. . . ., .. 39,433 29 Fisheries ... 443,822 95 
Cullen,' Fees .......................... 7,1 0 G 57 , GeOlog-ical Sun.er....... 6S,151 .u 

:

 t S e .t n a t ': , i r s l ' e ' s ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . , . . . . . . 6,408 60 Scientific Institutions. '. ... 77,241 56 
24,ü2:
 8t ISubsidies to Pro\ inces ... 4,250,674 46 
Insurance Inspection ...."....,...., .. !J,793 70 Indians........"........."""".. - - . . . fl55,403 77 
Fisheries "....... .. .. .. .. . . . . .. . .. .. 89,150 42 GO\"ernment of the North-west Territories 303,626 'j' 4 
:\lodus \1\ endi . . . . . _ " _ . . . . . 5,b19 62 1 :\liscellaneous .......................... 292,203 04 
"Canada Gazette" ...... _........ .. 4,2(17 2!J 
Superannuation Fund.. .. ." . . .. .. .' ,. .. 63,274 8b Collection of Rn'euue. 
Lighthouse and Coast Hen ice .......... 4,b1533 Customs.................... ......... IH7,63239 
Dominion Steamers .,...,......,....... 9,534 74 I Ewise. ................. . .. .. . , .. 471,864 !}tl 
Military College.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. " . . 19,274 05 Weights, Measures and Gas. . .... .. .. .. .. m,814 90 
:\Iilitia .......... ..............., ...... 20,170 98 I PostOffice............ ............... 3,593,64747 
Civil Service Examination Fees ......,. 3,055 00 Puhlic Works.. . . . . . . . " . - ..... 151,691" 22 
Supreme and Exchequer Court Reports.. 3,795 95 IRailwa
's and Canals........... .," 3,704,126 48 
Dominion Lands.. .. .. _ _ 167,869 58 \ ])OllliniOn Lands.. ... 12!),727 51 
___ :\Iiscellaneous... 68,904 61 
33,978,12947 -- 
. . .... 4,153,875 58 \\ "'a8,132,005 05 
"':
fI.132 , 005 05 


Deficit. . . 


PUBLIC DEBT OF CAXADA. 


I Interef't IIntcl'est reC'd l Rate of I Rate of Net Rate 
Total Debt. Total Assets. Net Debt. paid from In
erest I n,te rest of Interest 
I 011 IIehi. Investment. })ald on re.c d !rol1l paid. 
I Gross Debt"! Inves ent. 
----_.----- 1 ---- ,---- 
-=93,04û,051 731$17
317,41O 36 1 $ì5,728,641 37 ...... ...... ............. ........... ". . ".. ., -..... . 
9û,8!Jû,û.j6 201 21,139,5:n 46 75,7fi7,134 74 $4,501,568 33 :::126,419 8-t 4'ü4 '59 4'51 
112,:JôI,9!/b 3!J 31),fi02,67919 75,85!J,31(120 I 4,907,II1:J 71 313,021 20 4':!ü '85 4'08 
115,!)!):{,7fJ6 70 1 37,78:J,!lü4 31 7b,20!J,742 45 5,047,054 24, 363,955 91 4'35 '00 4'02 
115,4!12,Ob2 76, :J7,786,lü5 11 77,7U6,517 C,5 5,165,304 2.1: 554,:JS372 4'47 1'4ü 3'99 
122,400,1711 36 40,21:3.l07 32 82,187,072 04 5,257,2:
0 64 488,041 54 4'29 1'21 3'89 
129,743,432 19 1 29,8\14,!J70 55 !J9,848,461 Ii4 5,20U,205 971 :m6403 94 4'01 1-32 3'71) 
141,Hi:{,551 a3, :!2,838,586 91108,324,004 42 5,724,43631, û1!J,86:J 00 4'05 1'85 3'61 
151,G63,4nI 62 35,635,02:J ûfll1ü,OOS,37S 021 6,5!J0,7!)0 l!J, 840,88û 6:; 4-:J4 2':
5 3'78 
161,204,(;87 86 36,6:.3.173 781124,551,514 08 6,400,902 Oi \ 7!JB,rn'fi 95 3'97 2'17 3'47 
174,fií5,834 971 -n,440,li21 !J4 133,235.:{n!) ()3 6,7117,227 25 iI7,684 31 3'
!J 1'73 3'47 
174,957,:WS 96 34,:,!J5,199 0;; 1 140,362,069 911 7,048,883 551 fi05,774 22 4'02 1'75 3'68 
179,48:
,871 211 36,4!J:
,6S3 85142,!J90,187 36 1 7,194,734 14 592.511004 1 4'(J() 1'62 3'fi7 
194,634,440 68 42,182,8-,2 07 152,451,5SS 61 7,7i3,bf\8 75 S:{4.7!J2 67 3'!J9 1'97 3'56 
1 1 H!),Sm'537 51 44,465,757 11 155,:J!J5,7SO 40 7,591,144 88 751,513 4!1 3'7!J J'()!) 3'42 
205.3ô5,251 97 51,703,601 19:153,(;61,G50 78 7,í40,804 47 !J14,OO9 27 3'76 1'76 3'32 
202,159,104 30 4:
,fi92,389 84158,466,714 46, 7,G{;8,552 89 1,00l,192!J6 3'7!) 2'2!J 3'29 
242,482,41{i 21 611,320,565 95 1 182,161,85U 26 7,7nn,180 61 fl86,698 37 :J-17 1'63 2'76 
264,7 n 3,607 43 6B,:!95,915 29 1!J(j,407,6!J2 141 9,419,482 19 1 1,!J!J7,035 51 3'!í5 2'92 3'80 
1 273 ,lü4,:Hl 11 50,00:;,234 02223,1:>9,107 lI!) 10,137,008 6ü 2,2!J9,078 911 3'71 4'fi9 2'86 
273,lb7,620 4:{ 45,872,8MI 991 227 ,:n4,i75 44 1 9,(;82,!J2887 1 !1!)0,8bO 69\ 3'54 2'16 3'18 
284,513,841 8!1 49,982,483 73 1 234,531,358 1(; 1 9'''23'313 00 932,025 3fi l 3'45 1-86 3'12 
1 287 ,72:!,062 76 50,192,021 11 237,5:10,041 05 10,148,!J31 97 1,305,39225 3'52 2'(i0 3'07 
2
fi,112.295 10 48,57!),08:{ 332:{7,5:{:{,211 77 9,û5fi,841 161 I,082,2iI 36 3'37 ?-23 2'99 
1 28 !J'899'22!J (i2 52,O!lO,1!I!1 11 237,bn9,0:{0 iiI 9,584,136 74 1,077,228 14 3'35 2'()7 2'93 
2!J5,333,274 10 1 54,201,8:{!) 66241,131.4:{4 44 9,763,978 34 l,n86,419!J3 3'30 2'00 2'93 
3011,054,524 74 5S,:{73,485 13 241,(I:--l,O;
\) (il l 9,806.888 45 1,150,1665] 3'26 1'97 2'88 
:3C8,:Hð,02:
!J6 û2,164,!J!14 4ð 24(1,lð:3,02!) 48 1O,212,5!J(i 13 1,217,81ob !/7i 3'31 1-\1(1 2'1,)1 

lKO"!<.754 1'7 fì4.!Ji:U,Z7 7R 2!í
.1174.!}27 OQ 10.4Hfi,2!J4 441 1,1:36.04f1 94' 3-20 1'75 2'0;{ 


Year. 


1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
lRï2 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
18b2 
11'83 
Ib84 
1885 
ISS6 
1887 
18RS 
188!) 
Ib!JO 
1891 
18!12 
189:3 
18!)4 
1 
!Ifi 



1897J 


EXPORTS AXD DIPORTS, CAXAD_-\.-CEXSUS OF CAXADA. 


4:1 


EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, DOMINION OF CI\NI\DI\, 
Statemellt of the Â!J[J/'egate Value of the IlIJportR (i>wludill!J Coill a11d Bullion), alld Exportll illto and from 
Callada, OJ Goods elltered for COIl.'lllllpfioll, and of the Custom x Duties collected, during each 
PÙ;cal Year elldill!J JOth JUlle, from 1868 to 1S
I,r;, Í1lclw,ire. 


- - I - hlrURTS. - I - I Total EXTERED FUR CoXSnIPTIOY. I D 
Year. . Exports. Imports & COll
:[ed 
_, Dllt

Lle' I 

 I -.:

_
 ____I Exp 

 DutiaLle' I 
:=- I -2



 __-.:... 
I $ :i!; 8 $ 
 Ç( S >' I $ 
1.&68.. 45,256,538 28,203,106 73,459,644 57,567,888 131,0:n,fi32 43'661'8
9 1 28'323'467 il,985.306 8,819,431 63 
1869..... 4t,085,833 26,329,332 1 70,415,165 60,474,781 U!0,SSH,tl46 41,073,612 26,328,558 67,402,170 8,2I)S,90971 
1870. . _ _ IS,669,642 26.144,697 ì4,814.:
39 73.573,490 148,3S7,829 4fi,131,517 26,106,0::;6 il,?37,603 9,462,!)40 44 
1871. _. _. 70,299,276' 25,793,695 96,092,971 74,173.618170,2<\6,589 60,OHS,41ã 26,849,067 86,947,482 11,843,65fi 75 
1872_ . 72,426,774 39,003,753i111,430,527 b2,639,6H3 194,0711,1901 68,M9,93IJ 39,1[>9,177107,7 0 9,1161:$,045,493 50 
1873_. _ _ _ 74,432,622 53,578,659128,011,281 89,7&1),922217,81'1,203 71,413,128 1 56,l0l,46ü 127,514,594 13,017,730 17 
1874... _. 77,073,783 51,139,799128,213,fi82 89,:
51,928 217,56;,,5101 76,23fi,853 51,168,316 127,404,169 / 14.421,ðS2 67 
1875... . 31,507,398,41,562,&% 123,070,283 77,h86,9792110,957,262 78,141,432 1 41,477,22!'i 119,()l8,657 15,361,31>2 12 
1876... _. 58,799,826 , 34,410,520 1 !13,21O,346 80,966,435 174,176,781 60,243,34(; 34,489,872 94,733,218 12,8:33,114 48 
1817..... 63,989,566 35,33S,396 99,327,9(;2 75,875,3t13175,203,355 1 60,1Jl9,OOO 3:1,381J,523 IJ6,3OO,483 1 12,548,451 09 
1878. . _ 61,70:3,740,31,37S,047 93,OS1,787 7IJ,323,667172,405,454 59,776,5S9 31,422,\l1">S 91,I9!I,:l7712,795,693 17 
1879. I 57,055,218 24,909,209 81,964,427 1 71,401,255 153,45!'i,682 55,430,012 kI9,6;33,4ûH 75,Oü:3,478 12,93H,540 66 
IS80. _... 68,895,483 17,fi94,264 86,489,747 87,911,458174,40l,2W, M,182,OO7 17,599,;
S2 71,7S2,349 14,138,S49 22 
1881... . 1 85,516,908119,813,932105,330,840 98,290,823203,621,663 71,620,725, 19,990,879 91,611,60418,500,785 97 
1882. 93,339,930 1 26,079,570:119,419,500 1 102,137,203 221,fi56,703 85,i57,4331 26,891,4IJ4 112,6IS,927121,708,837 43 
1883_ 100,8:l7,816 31,426,206 ] 32,25t,022 98,08.i,804230,3:ID,826 91.588,3301 31,548,I\SO 12;3,137,019,23,172,308 97 
1884_ _ _..1 88,349,49"2 28,047,551116,397,043 91,406,496207,803.539 80,011 . ),498 28,170,14ô lOS.IS0,644 1 20,164,963 37 
1885..... 79,614,108 1 29,327,378108,941,486 89,2;38,361198,179,84i 73,269,618 29,440,401 Ur2,710,01919,133,fi58 99 
1886. _.. _ 75,536,758 28,887,803104,424.5611 85,251,314 189,675,875 70,6
8,819: 2S,943,875 9!.1,60:l,694,19,448,123 70 
1887. ...1 S5,479,40() 2;,412,836 112,892,236: 89,515,811 202,408,04;1 7ð,120,6ï9' 27,,
18,749 IH5.6:J9,4:!S I 22,46!I,705 83 
1888. 77,784,037 33,110,593 110,894,ti30' 90,2113,000 :W1,097,6:30 fm,6tfi,824. 33,201,271) 102,847,100 22,209,641 53 
1889..... 1 80,059,966 35,164,96:; 115,224,9311 89,189,167204.414,098.74,475,139: 35,198,30S 109,673,47723,784,523 23 
1890... .. 1 86,258,633 35,599,608121,838,2H 91;,749,149218,607,390 77,106,286 1 35,ûfiH,29S 112,765,58424,014,908 ffl 
1891. _ _ _ _ 81,286,372 38,681,266119,967,6;
8, 9s,417,296218,384,934 74,536,0:36 38,809,088 113,345,124 23,481,06913 
1892. _ _ _I 
1,190,844 4û.215,2

 1
7,4
6,
68 113,OO3,


 
41,3?!),4!3 69, 1

),?
7' 
7,8
8,206 1 
6,97
,9
3,
(I,550,
81 53 
1893_ 17,378,091 51,696,111 L9,0/4,_68118,564,3,,:. -47,63.'>,620 69,8/.\"/1 ,,1,831,459 Ll,70",03012],161,/1O 93 
1894... _ _I 73,341,506 50,133,43412:3,474,940 117,524,949 2
 
,999,889 1 62,779,182! 50,314,Sl1 113,09:3,983 19,379,822 32 
IS
_ '_. 
 
 ,06t .
4 6,i17,095 110,781,682 113,6:38,803'224,420,485 58,557,655, 46,694,8.';6 105,
52 , 511117,
 87 ,269 4 7 
"$5,278,130 less than shown in Trade and Na\-igation Return. Yalue of re Exports erroneousl
 included with 
goods entered for consumption_ 


CE
SUS OF CI\NADI\. 


Yo. 1.-POPULATJOX OF CAYADA, 1871, 18S1 A
D 1891. 


o 
Q 
N 
N 
:\ 
B 
P 
T 


I 

=--I

- 1881. Increase 1891. J nC'rease 
Per cent. Per cent. 
--- -- --- -- 
n tario I 1,620,851 1,926.922 18.6 2,114,321 9.i3 
uebec 1,1!J1,516 1,359,027 }4.0 1,48S,fi:
:i 9.53 
ova Scotia . _ . . .. :3
7 ,8Un 440,572 13.6 450,;i!)6 2.23 
ew Brunswick 2
5,594 321,233 12'4 321,263 0.00 
Ianitoba. _ _ _ . ..: 
: ..1 18,995 "62,260 247.2 152,!'i06 144-95 
ritish Columbia. _ . . . _ _ 36,247 49,459 36.4 98.173 08-49 
rince Edward Island. . 94,021 108,891 15.8 109,078 n.17 
he Territories. _. ....... '.' 56.446 ............ 98,9(;7 7!'i-33 
-- -- 
Total. 3.û:3:i,024 4,324,8]0 18.97 4,833,239 11-;6 
I 


. 6;;,954 originally; 3,694 \\ ere taken otI and adderl to Ontario when the boundary was changed. 


Xo_ 2.-BIRTH-PLACE
 OF THE PEOPLE IN CANADA, 1881 .\NI> IS91. 


1881. 


ì.891 


PROV'NCRS. 


Born in 
Canada. 


Born in other 
Countries_ 


Hurn in 
Canada. 


Born in other 
( 'ountries. 


Untario. _ _ _ _ _ 
Quebec., _ ___ 
N ova Scotia.. . . . . . . 
New Brunswick..... 
Manitoba .. . . _ . . . . 
British Columbia.. .. .. . 
Prince Edward Island ._ 

 orth-west Tenitories. 


1,496,744 
1 "s-' Q'>5 
'41
:[;;9 
28\),\)65 
45,757 
3.t,957 
99,.169 
53,886 


4

:

 
27,960 
31,268 
16,503 
14,4\)2 
9,5:!2 
2,560 
609,318 


1,70S,702 
1,406,514 
42;
,S90 
2!)!},154 
108,017 
56,851 
102,6fi2 
80,097 


405,619 
82,021 
26,506 
22,109 
44,jð9 
41,32
 
64"6 
18:8;0 


Canada .. _ . 


3,715,492 


4,185,877 


647,362 



4() 


[1807 


SHOUT HISTORY OF CAXADA. 


SHORT HISTORY OF CANADA. 


The follo\\ ing hrief resinné of the l)rincipal evenls in the history of our countr.} is taken from the 
tatistical 
Ahstract for 1895, and will be found of interest. The hi",tory :Jf the) ear 1895-96 is given in another portion of the 
Almanac. It is notewul.th
 that it was in 149i, just 400 years ago, that the first }Jortion of Canadian soil was dis- 
co\ ered hy Cahot. 


CHI{ONOLOClCI\L LANDMI\RKS IN THE 
ISTORY OF CI\NADA. 


1497-June 24. Cabot discovered Cape Breton. 
1500-Gasper Cortereal entered the Gulf of S1. La\\- 
rence. 
1517 
ebastian Cabot di:sco\ el.ed Hml",on Ba). 
1524 Yerrazano e"plored the Atlantic coast of 
O\a 
Scotia. 
1534-Jul., 1. Landing" of Jacques Cartier at E",<]ui- 
mau" Bay. First landing- on Canadian soil. 
1535-Jul.L Second \ i",it of Cartier. 
Aug-u!>t 10. ('artier anchored in a ",mall hay at 
thc mouth of the St_ John Rh"er, which. in 
honour of the day, he named after St. Law- 
rence. The name was after\\ards extended to 
the gulf and river. 
1540-Third visit of Cartier. 
1542-43-The Sieur de Roben al and his party wintered 
at Cap Rouge. 
1598-The Marquis de la Roche landed 40 com"icts on 

ahle Island, \\here they were left for five 

 ears without relief, only twelve being found 
alive at the end of that time. 
1803- 'First \ isit of Samuel de Champlain to Canada_ 
1805 -Founding of Port Royal (Annapolis), Acadia (de. 
ri\ I'd frolll an Indian wOl.d .. Cadie," a place 
of almndance), h) the Baron de Poutrinconrt. 
1808-
econd dsit of Cham}Jlain. Founding of Quebec, 
the first permanent settlement of Canada. 
The name is said to be an Indian one, "Kebec," 
a !>trait. 28 '3ettler", wintered there, inclmling 
Champlain. 
1611 Estahlishment of a tr.ading post at 1I0chelaga. 
Jesuit", arrive in Port Ro., ai, Amdia. 
1613-81. John's, Xewfoundland, founded. Ottawa 
River discO\ eled b) Champlain. (Champlain 
sailed up the Ottawa River, crossed Lake 

ipis
ing, and descended French River into 
Geol.gian Ba
 and Lake Huron, returning Ly 
Lake Ontario.) 
1617-Canada invaded b) the Iroquois. 
1620-Population of 
uebec, 60 persons. 
lô21-First mention of the name "KO\.a Scotia" in a 
grant of the Province to Sir W. Alexander by 
James I. First code of la\, s promulgated at 
Quebec. 1715-First ships built at 
uebec. 
1624-:r-.0\ a Scotia first ",eWed b) the English. 1719-First gO\ erllluent founded hy the English in 
1625-Jesuits first arrhe in New France. Kova Scotia. 
1627-Canada granted to the Company of "100 A:sso- 1720-Population of New France, 24.434, and of St. 
dates" b
 the king of France. Feudal s.' stem John's Island (Prin('e Ed\\ arll Island), about 
esl'llblished in Canada. I 100. Fort of Louishurg built. 
1629- ./ul.}. Capture of lluehec hy the Er.g-lish umler 1721-Janual.y 2i. l\lail stages estahli",hed between 
:-\Îr Ha, id Iiirke. 11i pel",ons wintered there. l
uebec and 
lontre:ll. 
I 632-Canada, Cape Breton, and Acadia rcstored to 1722-Dh i"ion of settled countr.,. in Canada mt.o 
Frall('e b, the Treat, Qf Ht. Germ:lÎn-en-La, e. parishes_ 
Fil.
t sch;.ol opened 'in Canada at (luehec.. 1739--Population of New France, 4
.j01. Firsl forge 
1634-Juh 4. The town of Three Hivers founded. erected in Canad:l-at !';t. }Iaurice. 
Àugust ]3. Fort Riehelieu (Sorel) foundelL 1745-Louishurg-, Cape Breton, taken b.) the English_ 


1635-Siller) founde(1 Jesuits' College in Quehe('_ L
ke 
Miehig-an discovered by NÎC'olet. Decemher 
25. lJeath of Champlain at 
uebec. 
1639-Ll'suline Convent founded at Quebec. 
1640-Lake Erie disco'"ered by Chaumonot and BI.e- 
bæuf. 
1642-May 18. nIle Marie (Montreal) founded by 
Maisonneuve. 
1642-1667-Fre(luent and serious \\ars between .the 
French and the Iroquois Indians. 
1647-Lake St. John di
co"ered. 
1651-Expedition to Hudson Bay. 
1654 -Amdia taken by the Eng-lish. 
1659-M. de Laval, first Homan Catholic Bi",hop of 
Canada, an'i, ed from Fralwe. Lake Superior 
diseo\'ered by French trwlers. 
1663--Companyof "100 Associates" dissohed. Royal 
go,-ernment establi",hed. First courts of law. 
1664-SeigniOl.ies granted. 
1667-Acadia re
tored to France h
 Treat) of Breda. 
White population of :Kew Frarwe, 3,9Uì. 
1670-May 13 (n.s.). Hudson's Ba
 Compan)' founded_ 
1672-Count de Frontenac appointed governor. Popu- 
lation, 6,705. 
1673-June 13. Cata.raqui (Kingstun) founded. 
1674-hoquois estahlished at Caugl"!nawaga. 
1689-August 5_ Massacre at Lachine by Indians. 
1690-Capture of Port Royal hy 
ir William Phipps. 
and unsuccessful attack upon Quebec. 
1692 Population of Kew France, 1
,4:n. 
1695-Iber\"ille took Engli",h fOl.ts in Hudson Bay. 
1697-Treaty of Ryswick. Mutual restoration of places 
taken during- the war. 
1698-Death of Frontenac_ Population, 13,3fi5_ 
1701-Augu"t 4. Ratification of a treaty of peace with 
the Iroquois at Montreal. Canadians I'ranted 
lea\e to manufacture. 


1709-10-11-Canada in\'adeù by the Engli<;h. Port 
Ro.yal (Annapolis) taken hy Kicholson (1710). 
1713-Treat
" of Utrecht, by which HudsOil Bay anrl 
wljaeent territory, XO\a Scotia (Acwlia) allli 
K ewfoundland were ceded to the English. 



lkD7] 


47 


SHOUT HISTORY Ot' CAKAnA. 


1747-
Iilitia rolls drawn up for Canada. Court
 of 
.Justice constituted in Xova Scotia. 
1748--Restoration of Louisburg to the French in 
exchange for :'IIadras, b.'- the peace of Aix-la- 
Chapelle. 
1749-.June 21. The f'ityof Ha1ifa:\. founded by Lord 
Halifax; 2,544 British emi
rants brought out 
b.'- the Hon. Edward Corm\ allis. . 
1752--:'IIarch 23_ Issue of the Halifax (;azeffl', the first 
paper published in Canada. 
1755- E...pulsion of the Acadians from Xova Scotia. 
About 3,000 \\ere deported at the request of 
the New England colonists. 
1758 First meeting of Nova Scotian Legislature. 
Jnly 26. Final capture of Louisbur
" by the 
English. 
1759-July 26. Capture of Fort Nia/.{ara by the Eng- 
lish under General Prideatlx, \\ ho was killed 
durin
 the aiSsault. 
July 25. Commencement of the siege of Quebec. 
September 12. Battle of the Plains of A1Jraham 
Iwd (lefeat of the French by General W oUe, 
\\ ho was killed on the field. Loss of the 
English, 700; and of the French, 1,500. 
September 13. Death of General Montcalm, 
commander of the Frem'h forces_ 

eptember 18. Capitulation of Quebec to Gen- 
eral Townsend. 
1760-April. l'nsucceiSsful attack on Quebec by Gen- 
eral de Lévis. Capitulation of 
Iontreal and 
complp.tion of the conquest of Canada. Popu- 
lation of Xew France, 70,000. 
1762-Bl'Ïtbh population of No\-a Scotia, ij,104. First 
English settlement in Xew Brunswick. 
1763-Fehruary 10. Treaty of Paris si;.{ned, by which 
France cedecl amI guaranteed to his Britannic 
:'IIajesty in full right "Canada \\ith all its 
(lependendes." 
Cape Breton annexed to XO\-a Scotia. 
1764-June 
L Issue of the Quebec Gazette. In this 
.' ear Pontiac, chief of the Ottawas, organized 
a conspiracy for a simultaneous ribing" among 
the I nflian tribes, ami a general massacre of 
the British. The plan wa.. !<uccessfully car- 
ried out in se\eml place.; and all the inhalli- 
tants put to death, but finally the Indians 
were forced to succumb. 
1768-GeneraI Carleton, afterwards Lord Dorchester, 
appointed GO\'ernor-Geneml. 
1769 --
t. John's Island (Prince Eclward Island) made 
into a scparate lU'O\ ince, with Walter Patter- 
son for the first g-overnOl'. The first meeting 
of an clected 1I0llbe of As<;embly took place 
in .July, 1773_ 
1774-- The" Quebec Act" passe(L This Act gave thc 
French Canadians the fl'ee exercise of the 
Roman Catholi.. I'eli
don, the enjo) ment of 
their ciÙl ri/.{
ts, and the 11rotection of their 
o\\n civil laws a 11(1 customs. It anne...ed 
large territories to the 1'1'0\ ince of (luehec 
and provi(led for the appointmcnt hy the 
Crown of a LegislatÏ\-e Council, ami for the 
administration of the criminal law as in use in 
EnglamL N Oloth-west coast of Rriti..h Colum- 
bia e:\.plorecl lIy ,- am'O[1\ eI' and Cook. 


1775-0lltbreak of the American Revolution and inva- 
sion of Canada by the Americans; e\ery plal'e 
of importance rapidly fell into their hand'S. 
with the exception of Quebec, in an attack 
upon \\ hich General Montgomery \\as dcfeakd 
and killed on 31st December. 
1776- HeinfOl'cements arrived from England, and the 
Americans were finally driven out of Cana(la. 
1777-0rder of Jesuits abolished by Papal deeree and 
('onsequent escheat of their est!1tet> in Can!1da 
to the Cro\\ n_ 
1778-.June 3. First issue of the }Iontre!\l (,((zeffe. 
This paper is still puLli!'hed. 
1783-September 3. Signin
 of the Treat) of YeI'- 
sailles and definition of the houndary line he- 
tween Canada and the Lnited Slates, viz_. 
the g-reat lakes, the St. Lawrence, thc 45th 
parallel of north latitude, the highlamh,;dh id- 
ing the wateI'8 falling into the Atlantic trom 
those empt)-ing themseh'e" into the Sr. Law- 
rence and the ste. Croi... river. 
1784-Population of Canada, 113,012. (United Empire 
Loyalists in Ppper Canada not included.) 
Fredericton, N_ll., founded. Cape Breton 
separated from Nova Scotia pulitically. 
British population of No\ a Scotia, 32.000 (about 
] 1,000 Acadi:ms not induded). 
1784-About this time be
ran the migration into 
Canada and 
o\-a SC'otiauf t.he Lnited Empire 
Loyalists, as they were called-that is, of 
those settlers in the Ameri.'an States who had 
remained faithful to the British cause. This 
migration laste(l for se\ eral ) ears, and though 
it is not possible to arrive at any eJ.act 
figures, it is probahle that the number alto- 
gether was not less than 40,000_ The Lo.'al- 
ists were well treated hy the British Uovern- 
ment, and large 
rants of land were made to 
t.hem in various parts of the country. The 
banks of the st. La\HerH"e and the shore,; of 
Lake Ontario, in particular, Were settled by 
about 10,000 }lcr:,<ons, on lands allotted to 
them b) the Go\'el"lllnent. 
1785 
Iay 18_ lIate of charter of St. John, N_ B.. the 
oldest incorporated town in Canada. Sydne)-, 
C.R., founded b) Lieutenant-Governor Hes- 
barre
. 
Augu..t 16. New Bruns\\ick made a sepaIat.e 
proviIlf'e; popuhttion, 11,457. Reintroduc- 
tion of the right of habeas ("orpllS_ 
1787 -First Colonial See established In the British Em- 
pire in f'o11llCetion with the Chm'ch of En"- 
land, in X 0\ a Scotia. ., 
1788-Western Canada (no\\ Ontario) divided into fi\ e 
districts, and English la\\ introduced_ J\in
"s 
College (N.S.) foumled. 
1791- Di\ ision of the PrO\ ince of lluebec into two 
prO\-inces, viz., UppeI' and Lo\\er Canad:t. 
Each pro\ inee to ha\ e a lieutenant-/!overnor,. 
and a legislature cOJllposed of a house of 
aSbembl)- and a legislat,ve council. The 
memhers of the council were to be appointed 
h) the lieutenant-go\ emor for life; those of 
the a
,;clllbly to be electe(1 hy the people for 



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SHoHT HISTORY OF CA
ÅD.A. 


four .year". Population of the two pro\"ÏnC'es, June 2-1. Ame1"Ïcans surrendered at Be:n er 
HJl,311. Dam. 
1792- 
eptember Ii. First meetinj.( of the parliament July 4. Americans made prisoners at Fort 
of Upper Camilla at Newal'k (Xiagara), under Hchlosser. 
Lieutenant-Go\ernor Simcoe. The House of lI('tober1. Americansrepulsed at Four Corners. 
AssemlJly consisted of sb..teen members. Uctober 26. Amelicans defeated at Chateau- 
Decemher 17. Opening- of the Legislature of guay. Defeat of three thou!'anrl Americans 
Lower Canada, at Quebec, by Gen. Clarke. ünder General Hampton hy Colonel de 
ala- 
The house of assembly con
isted of fifty berry and four hundred French Canadian 
mem bel's. mili tia. 
1793 Aholition of sla,-ery in l'pper Canada. t:'ppel' November 11. Amerieansdefeated at Chrysler'" 
and Lower Canada separated from the Church Fal"ln. Defeat amI rout of Gen. Wilkinson 
of England See of Nova Scotia, and founderl and the Americans b
 the G."tnadian militia 
into a separate Hee. Toronto founded as I under Col. )Iorrison. 
\ ork. Rocky )Iountains crossed by 
Iac" Decemhcr 19. Fort 
iagara captured b
 Britbh. 
henzie. Puhlic accounts filst puhlished. Dccemher 19. Lewiston destroyerl by British. 
1796 The "eat of government of t:'pper Canada re- I Decemher 31. Elaek Rock captured by British. 
mo,-ed from Niagara to York (Toronto). 1814-March 30. Americans repulserl at La Colle )lill. 
1798-The name of St. .John's Island changed to that 
Iay 6. OSWf'go captured Ly Bl'itish. 
of Prince E<lward Island, in honour of the July 19. Prairie du Chien 8m rend;red to 
Duke of Kent, the change to take effl'ct in ßritish. 
1800. Population. 4,500. July 25. AmeriC'ans defeated at Lund
-'s Lane. 
1799 Education Act passed in rpper Canada. August 12. AmelÎ('ans defeated near Fort Erie. 
1800-Jesuits' estates taken possession of b
- the Gov- Septemher 17. Aniericans repulsed at Fort 
ernment. Ii:ing's College (N.R) granted a Erie. 
royal charter. Ðecembel' 24. War terminaterl by the Tl'eaty 
of Ghent. 
Population of Upper Canada, 9;'),lJOO, and of 
Lower Canada, 335,000. 
1816-Conunon schools established in Upper Canada. 
1817-Firsl treat)' with the Xorth-west Indians; the 
Earl of Selkirk signing on behalf of li:ing 
Georg-e III. First banks opene1 in 
Iontreal 
and Quebec cities. 
and the 1818-0ctober 30. Com cntion 8ign
d at London re- 
gulating the privileges of Amerieans in thl' 
British 
orth American fisherie:;. Halif.l'\. 
and St. .John, N.B., made free ports. 
1821-Conll1.encement of the I.achine canal. (First 
vessels passed through in 1823.) 
Amalgamation of the Hudson Bay Co. and the 
X orth-west Trading Co. 
1825 -Great fire in the Miramichi district of N"e\\ 
Brunswick. Fi,'e hundred li\"es estimaterl 
lost. Three million acres of forest destroyed. 
21. Gananuque raided b
 Ameri. 1827 -Guelph founded b
 .John Galt. Treaty of Lon- 
don. McGill College received its charter. It 
wao.; founderl in 1811. King's College, Toron- 
to, founded. 
1828-Saguena
' di!'trict explored. Pictou anrl S.vdney 
made free ports. 
1829-Fpper Canada College opened. 
Americans repulsed near Fort 1831-Population - Cpper Canada, 236,702; Lower 
Canada, 553,13-1. 


1805--January 1. foumling- of the tluebec ,Uercllry. 
1806-No\ emhel' 22. Issue of Le Canadien, the first 
newspaper printed entirel)" in French. Popu- 
lation of rpper Canada, iO,iI8, and of Lower 
Canada, 250,000. 


1807-Grammar schools founded in Uppel' Cana/la. 
1809-First steamer on St. Lawrence river. 
181 I-Judges exeluded from parliament. 
1812-".ar declared between Great Britain 
United State!>. 


Jul)" Ii. )[a('kinaw surrendered to the British. 
Jul
- 1
-20. Americans repulsell at I{Ï\'er 
Canard. 
August 5. Tecumseh rlefeated Americans at 
Brownstown. 
AUg'ust 16. :O;urrender of lI
troit b
' the Ameri- 
cans under General Hull to General Brock. 
:O;eptember 16. Americans repulsed at Pres- 
I[u'lle. 
Heptem ber 


can s. 
October 1
. Americans defeated at tlueenston. 

O\'ember 10. Kingston bombarded b)" Ameri- 


cans. 

 ovemher 20. 
town. 
No,ember 
. 
Erie. 


Americans repulsed at Odell- 


1813-.January 
2. Americans defeated at French. 
to\\ n. 
Februar)" 6. Brock\ ille raided b) Americans. 
Februar) 2
. Ogdensburg taken by British. 
}Ia
' 5. Americans defeated before Fort }Ieil!s. 
r.Tay 29. Americans rlefeated at Sackett's Har- 
bour. 
.June 5. Americans defeated at :-;ton
' Creek. 
June 1!J. American stores captured at Gre:lt 
Sodus. 


1833-August 5. The steamer" Royal William" left 
(luebec for Pictou, 
.S., discharged cargo ami 
coaled, leaving Pictou on 18th Augu!'t for 
Urave!'end, England, at \\ hieh port she arrÏ\ ed 
after a storm
 passage, during' which she 
disabled one of her engines. The boat was 
built at Quebec during 1830-31, and \\a<; the 
first steamer that ever cro,,!>ed the Atlantic, 
the motive power of which was entirel
 
steam. 



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SHORT HISTORY OF c.\x
\ln. 


40 


1836-Jul) 21. Opening- of the railway from Laprairie 
to 
t. Johns, the first railway in Canada. 
1837-38 -Outbreak of rebellion in both provinces. If 
was suppl'e"sed in Upper Canada by the 
militia, and in Lo\\er Canatla.. by the British 
troops. 
1840-Death of Lord Durham, to whose exertions th(> 
subsequent union of the provinces was mainl) 
due. Quebec and :\Iontreal incorporated. 

Iontreal dltil) Ad I"atiær founded; first dail) 
journal in Canada. 
1841-February 10. lJnion of the two provinces under 
the name of the Pro\ ince of Canada, and 
establishment of responsible g-overnment. 
The legislature v.as to consist of a legislath I' 
council and legislative assembly, each pro- 
\ince to be represented by 62 members, 42 
elected b) the people and :W appointed by 
the Crown. 
Population of t;pper Canada, 45,j,
. 
May 17. Land slide from the Citadel rock. 
Quebec; 32 persons killed. 
June 13. Opening of the first united parlia- 
ment, at King-ston, by Lord Sydenham. 
1842-August 9. 
ettlement of the boundary line 
between Canada and the United States h) 
the Ashhurton Treaty. 
1843-Victoria, B. C., founded by .James Douglas. 
1844-Population of Lower Canada, 697,mH. 
1845-Large fires in the city of Quebec; 25,000 people 
rendered homeless. WeIland canal opened. 
1846-0regon Boundary Treaty. 
1847 -Grand Trunk Railway begun. Navigation laws 
repealed, 
Electric teleg-raph line established between 
Quebec, :\Iontreal and Toronto. 
1848-The St. Lawrence canals open for navigation. 
1849-April 25. Riots in 
Iontreal over the passage of 
the Rebellion Losses Bill, and burning of the 
parliament library at Montreal. 
1850-The first sod of the Northern Railwa) turned 
by Lady Elgin. The road was opened from 
Toronto to Bradford on l:Jth June, 1853, and 
was the first locomotive railwa:y in operation 
in epper Canada. The Robinson Tr(>aties 
\\ ith the Indians of the northern sl1or(>s of 
Lakes Huron and Superior concluded. The 
main features of these treaties, \ iz. :-Annu- 
ities, resen'es of land and liberty to fish on 
the domains of the crov.n not alienatf>d- 
have been followed in the subsequent treaties. 
1851- Transfer of the control of the postal systPIlI 
from the British to the prm incial gO\ ern- I 
ments, and adoption of a uniform rate of 
pO!ltage, viz. ;-3 pence per ! ounce. The 
use of postage stamps Mi'i also introduced. 
Population of epper Canada, 1)52,004; of Lower 
Canada, 890,261; of Xew Rruns\\Ìck, 19:J,8UO, 
and of Nova S,'otiJ., 2i6,354. 
Youn
 :\Ien's Christian Association org:mizctl in 

Iontreal ; first in America. 
1852-Commencement of the Granrl Trunk Railwa}. 
Trinity College, Toronto, alii I Laval l-ni- 
\ersity, (luebec, opened. 
4 


1853--The number of members in the legislative 
assembly \\ as increased from 84 to 130, being 
65 from each province. 
May 9. First ocean steamer arrh ed at Quebec. 
1854-Januar} 27. :\Iain line of the Great Western 
Railwa} opened for traffic. 
Abolition of Scignorial Tenure in Lower Canada, 
and settlement of the Clerg} Reserve ques- 
tion. 
.June 5. Ref'iprocity Treaty with the United 
States signed at \\ ashington. It provided 
for mutual rights of fishing in certain 
Canadian and American waters, for free in- 
terchange of the prorlucts of the sea, the 
soil, the forest and the mine; it allowed 
Americans the use of the St. Lawrence river 
and Canadian canals on the same terms as 
British subjects, and 
a\e to Canadians the 
right to na\ igate Lake :\Iichigan. The Treaty 
was proclaimed by the President of the 
United States on 1uth :\Iarch, 1855, on which 
date it came into operation. It was to last 
ten years. 
First screw stemller (rom Lh'erpool to the St. 
La\\ renf'e ri\.cr. 
1856-The Legislative Council of the province of 
Canada was made an elective chamber. Allan 
steamship line commenced regular fortnightly 
steam sen-ice between Canarla and Great 
Britain. 
1857-:\Iarch 12. Desjarrlins canal railway accident: 
iO Ih-es lost. 
1858-Arloption of the decimal s) stem of currency. 
Selection by the Queen of the City of Ottawa 
a
 the capital of the Dominion and perma- 
nent seat of Go\-ernment. Atlantic ('able 
laid bet\\een England and NO\a Scotia. 
April. Gold found in British Columbia. 

eptember. Gold found in Tangier rh'er, Nova 
Scotia. 
1859-New Westminster founded by Colonel 
Ioody. 
1860-Winnipeg founded. 
First Provincial S\ nod of the Church of En"'- 
land-held in I\I
ntreal. '" 
August 25. Opening of the Yict{)ria Bridge by 
the Prince of Wales. This bridg-e crosses the 
St. Lawrence at Montreal, on the line of the 
Grand Tnmk Railway. It is the largest iro. 
tubular bridge in the world, is 60 feet high in 
the centre, and nearly two miles in len"th 
September 1. La) ing C:f the corner stone'" of 
he 
Dominion buildings at Otta\\ a by the Prince 
of Wales. These buildings, together \\ ith the 
departmental buildings, ha\.e been erected 
at a total cost, up to 3uth June, 1894, of 
$4,Pï9,24
. 
Art Association founded in 
JontreaL 
1861-Population of Upper Canada, 1,396,091; of 
Lower Canada, 1,111,566; of New Brunswick, 
252,04ï; of Xo\-a Scotia, 330,85ï; of Prince 
Edward Island, 80,857: of Vancou\er Island, 
exclusive of Indians, 3,420. 
1862-Conference at Charlottetown re Confederation. 
!tlanitoulin IslancJ Treaty v. ith Indians ar- 
ranged by Hon. William 
Iacdougall. 



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SHORT HISTURY OF CAXADA. 


[1 
9. 


1864-Quebec Conference held. Resolutions passed in July 20. Admi!'>:ion of British Columt.ia int
 
fa\"our of Confederation of British Nort}] thc Confederation. 
American prO\ inces. Raid from St. Albans Population of the four provinces, 3,4õ:i,761 ; of 
into Canada. Manitoba, 18,995; of British Columbia, 3(;,- 
1866- Nova f'cotia and Xew Bruns\\ick accept Con- 224, aQd of Prinf'e Ellward Island, \)4,021- 
federation \\ith Canada. Total,3,635,001. 
Great fire in Quehec, 2,129 hou!'es burned in St. 
oveJllher 11. The last regular troops left. 
Roch's and St. Sam ('ur suburb. tluebec. 
March 17. Tennination of the Reciprocity \ 1872-Aboliti?n of dU
il rt'presentation. Itc'minion 
Treat
 , in conselluence of notice given b
" the archl\ es established. 
rnited States. It lasted 11 :years. 1873-May 20. Death of Sir George E. Caltier, in 
June 1: Invasion of Canada by Fenians. Battle I L
ndon.. 
orth-we"t An
lo Ind
an Treat
 
of RIdge\\a), and retreat of the volunteers. (No.3) signed h
 Hon. Ale'\:. }lorn.:. 
June 3. Withdrawal of the Fenians into the I July 1. Admission of Prince Ed\\ard Island 
enited States. into the Confederation. 
June.8.. First meeting of Parlia,.nentin 
he new November ï. McKenzie administration fo

eIL 
bmldmgs at Ottawa.. At tins meetmg the Island of 
t. Juan a\\arded to the' JIlted 
final resolutions neceso.;al") on the part of the ::5tates hy the Emperor of Gel'man
 
Pro\ ince of Canada to effect the Confedera- 1874-Qu' -\ppelle Indian Tre:\ty (No 4) signed by Hon. 
tion of the 1'1'0\ inf'es were pa<;sed. I A. Morris. 
No\ emher 17. Union of Yancouver Island and 187E-Rupert's Land and North-west Territorit's placed 
British Columbia proclaimed. under jurisdiction of a lieutenilnt-gmernor 
1867 February 10. The British North American Act I separate and distinet from Manitoha. Lake 
passed by thc Imperial Legislature. Winnipeg Indian Treat
. (
o. 5) signt'd l)
 
July 1. Union of the provinces of Canada, Hon. A. 
10rris and Hon. ,1. McKay. 
No\'a Scotia. and New Brunswick under the I Presbyterian Church in Canada formed hy the- 
namt' of the Dominion of Canada. The names I Union of all the Presbyterian churches. 
of Upper and Lower Canada were changed to 1876 -Opening of the Inter colonial railway from 
Ontario and lluebec respectivel
'. I Quebec to HalifaJ.. Forts Carleton and Pitt 
Lord Monck was the first Go\"ernor-Uenelal ot Indian Treaty (No. (;1 sil!nt'd. Canadians 
the Dominion, and the first Parliament nlt't awarded 3011 l'rizes at Exhibition in I'hila- 
on the 6th November, Sir John A. 
I:wdonald delphia, C S. A. 
being Premier. June 5. Suprt'JIle Court of Canada first session. 
1868-April 7. Hon. T. rfArcy McGee, M.P., mllr- Legislative Council of 
Ianitoba aholished" 
dered at Ottawa. Dish'iet of liee\\atin cl'eated b.)' Ad of Parlia- 
July 31. The Rupert's Land Act passed h) the ment. 
Imperial Go\"ernment providing' for the ae. 1877- :\1ay. )Icllical Council of Great Britain dl'ddecl 
c)uisition by thp Dominion of the North-\\ est to recognize f"anadian degrees. 
Territories. June 20. Gre:lÌ fire in St. John, I"ew Urum.wif'k_ 
Uniform rate of 3 cents for letters throughout September. First convention of Dom. Y. M. (' 
the Dominion adopted. A"sociation in /.ìuebe('. 
1869-June 22. Bill pas:;ed pro\iding" for the govern- October. :Fir
t e'\.portation of \\ heat from 
ment of the Xorth-\\ est Territories. 
lanitoba to Great Britaiu. 
October 29. Hon. Wm. McDougall appointed NOH'mher 23. Award h.\ BaHfa'\. FI"heries- 
Lieutenant-GO\ ernor. Red Ri\ er Rebellion. Conllllb,;ion of the sum of 
5,5lJO,O(lO to be 
NO\ember 1\), Deed of surrender signed, Hud- paid by the ("niterl State
 to the ImperiaL 
son's Ba.) Compan.} to Her )1ajesty. GO\ ernment. Treat
 \\ ith the Blackfeet 
Indians (Xo. 'j) signed It.\" Hon. B:n id Lair.\. 
1870-J.larch 4. Thomas Scott shot at Fort Garr). 1878-C"JII,.;er\'ati\ es win in g-eneral eleetion. Cana- 
September 24. Arrival at Fort Garry of the dians awarded 
2j prizes at l'alis Exhihitioll_ 
expedition under Colonel (no\\ Lord) Wol- . ..' 
1 1879 AdoptIOn of a protect" e tarrdf, other\\ ,se called 
seley, when the rebels \\ere found to ha\e the "National Polk,-" 
dispersed. 1880 -lIl'ath of the lion. Geo
!::'e Bru\\ n. 
May 25. Fenians crossed the frontier at Trout All Brit:sh l'o,",sessiom; on 
orth American con- 
river, in Quebec, but were driven ba\;k by the tineut (cxeepting Ne\\ foumlland) anlll'J.ed to- 
\olunteers. Canada b.} Imperial Order in Council from 
July 15. Addition of the North-west Terri- 1st Sept., 18ou. The Arctic \rchipelago- 
torie
 to the Do
tinio
 ami admis
ion of the tran,felTl'Il to Canada by Imperial 01111'1' in 
Provmce of l\Iamtoba mto the Confederation. f"omwil. 
This prO\ ince \\.as creat
d out of a portion of Ro.} al ('an:ulian -\cademy of Art,; founded bJ 
the newl) acqUIred terrItory. the )Iarquis of Lorne. 
1871-P:u'ific railway sun ers begun. I'ost cards Octoher 
l. Contract signed for the construl' 
issued. Stone fort and 1>1anitoba Post Indian tion of the Canadian Pacific rail\\ ay. Thi!'L 
Treaties (N08. 1 and 2) negotiated. contract \HiS SUbsecluently ratlfiell b.} 44 \Ïc.,. 
Ma
 8. ::5igning of the Treaty of Washington. chap. 1 (18S1). 



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"HORT HISTORY OF CASADA. 


.'51 


1881-April4. Population of the Dominion, 4,324,810. 
Royal Society of Canada founded. 
},fay 2. First sod turned by the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company. 
1882-lIay 8. Pro\isional districts of Asginiboia, Sas- 
katchewan, Alherta and Athabagka created. 

Iay 25. First meeting of the Royal Societ) of 
Canada in Ottawa. 
.June 22. Constitutionality of the Canada 
Temperance Act confirmed by PrÏ\-y CounciL 
August 23. The new seat of Government for 
:Korth-\\ est Terl itorie::, recei\.ed name of Regina 
1883-
lethodist churches in Canarla formed into one I 
body-The :\Iethodist Church in Canada. 
First congress of the Church of England in 
Canada opened in Hamilton. 
1884-Boundar)' bet\\een Ontario and :\Ianitoba settled 
by decision of Judicial Committee of English 
Pri\) Council and confinued by Her 
Iajest) 
in Council, August 11. 1884. 
1885-March 2ti. Outbreak of Rehellion in Xorth-\\est; 
('ommencement of hostilities at Duck Lake. 
April 2. Mas::,acre at Frog Lake. 
April U. Fort Pitt abandoned. 
April 24. Engagement at Fish Creek. 
Ma) 12. Battle of Batoche, and defeatofthe rebels. 
May 26. SurremlCl of Pound maker. 
July L Tenuination of the fishery clauses of 
the Wa"hington Treaty by the Cnited States. 
July 2. Capture of Bi
 Bear, and final suppres- 
sion of the rebellion. Total Im.s of militia 
and volunteers umler fire; killed, 38; wound- 
ed, U:i. The lebel loss could not be ascer- 
tai n ed. 
Kovember i. Driving of last spike of C. P. R. 
Xovemher lü. Hanging" of HieL 
1886-May 4. Opening of the Indian and Colonial 
Exhibition in London. 
.June 13. Town ot Vancoll\er totally destro}ed 
b} fire: 4 houses left standing"; 50 Ii ves lost. 
First through train left Montreal for Van- 
com er. First Canadian Cardinal, Archbi!'hop 
Taschereau. 
1887-Interpro\incial CQllference helrl at (
uebec. At 
this conference Sir OIÏ\ er Mowat \\ a!', presi- 
dent. Twent) -one fundamen tal resolutions 
were passcd -one declaring in fa\our of un- 
rehtricted rel"iprocity in trade \\ith the U. S. 
April 4. Important conference in London 
bet\\ een repre..entatÏ\ es of the principal 
colonies and the Imperial GO\ ermnent. 
Canada was repre!'ented by Sir Alexander 
Campbell and :\h'. Sandford Fleming. 
June 14. First C. P. R. steamsrup arrived at 
\.ancouver from Yokohama. 
J\o\-ember 15. )Jceting of the Fisherics Com- 
mbsion at Washington. 
1888 Feh. 15. Signing of Fishcl'yTreat} at Washington. 
AUI,.'11<;t. llejection of the Fishel") Treaty by 
the l'nited State" 
enate. 
1889-September 19. I anrlslide (second) from Citadel 
Rock, llllebec; 45 persons killed. Boundaries 
of Ontario continued lIy Impelial statute. 
1890-:\Iay 6. Longue l'()inte Lunatic Asyhuu, near 
Montreal, rle"no} l.,1 by fire; 0\ er in Ih es 


lost. The buildings had been erected at a 
cost of 
1,132,232. 
October 6. :\Idi:inley Tariff Bill came into 
operation in the United State". 
1891-April 6. Population of the Dominion, 4,b33,239. 
Power given b} Parliament to the GO\ ernment 
to refer to the Supreme Court of Canada for 
its opinion important questions of law or fact 
touching pro\'incial legislation or the appe!. 
late jurisdiction as to education and any 
other matters. 
April 29. The first of the new C, P. R, stealllers 
arri \-ed at YancOll\ er from "\: okoh:una, beat- 
ing the record by over Ì\\ 0 days. The mails 
were landed in :\Iontreal in three days and 17 
hours from Yancouver. 
June G. The Right Hon. Sir .John A, 3Iacdonald. 
G.C.B., Premier of the Dominion, died. 
1892-Aprilli. Death of Hon. Alexander 
Iackenzie. 
}Ia} 24. Veath of Silo Alexander Camphell, 
Lieutenant-Go\ernor of Ontario. 
September 28. Leg-islative Council of :Ke\\ 
Brunswick abolished. 
1892- December 5. Resignation (flOm ill-health) of 
Sir J. J. C. Ahhott, K.C.:\I.G., Premier of the 
Dominion. Sir John 
. D. Thompson ('aIled 
upon to fOITll a. Government. 
1893-LegislatÏ\e Council and Assembl.' of Prince 
Edward Island merg-ed into one body. 
April 4. The Court of Arbitration, respecting 
the seal fio;heries in Behring Sea, which met 
formally on 23rd }Iarch, hegan its session. 
Arbitrators: Baron de COlll'cel (Belgium), 
Lord Hannen (Great Blitain), Sir John 
Thompson (Canada), .John }I. Harlan amI J. 
P. :\Iorgan (U. S.), :\Ianluis Viseonti Venosta 
(Italy), and :\1. Gram (Sor\\ay and S\\eden). 
October 30. Death of Hon, Sir J. J. C. Ahbott. 
June 8. First steamer of the ne\\ Australia- 
C:marla line al'rh'ed at Victoria, B.C. 
Title" Honourable," as f'onferred b.\ the llueen 
in the Duke of Buckingham's de
pa.tch, No. 
164, of 24th July, 1868, explaillecl by Earl 
Ripon to e:\.tend to all parts of Her Majest) '" 
Dominions. See OjJìcial Gazette (Canada) 
August 5, 1893. 
Canadians a\\arded 2,126 prizes at Chicago 
Exhibition. 
1894-June 28. Upening a.t Ottawa of the Colonial 
Conference to discuss matters of interest to 
the Empire. The Imperial Government, 
e\\ 
Houth Wales, Cape Colon.', New Zealand, 
\ïctoria, 4ueenslan(1 and Canada represented. 
Jul.'- 2:t Canac\ian re:uljusted customs tariff 
n...sented to by GO\ ernor-(;eneraL 
August 2ï. U. S. Cong"I'ess Tariff Hill hecomes 
law without signature of Presidcn t Cle\ clanù_ 
December 12. lJeath of Hight Hon. Sir .John 
'fhompRon in Windsor Castle. 
1895-0f'tober 2. Proclamation 
hing to the un 
ol"g-:i.llÏæd and unnamed 1'01 tions of the 

orth-west the following IHtme,,: Cngava, 
Franklin, :\Iackenzie and l'kon ùistricts. 
NOTE.-The events of lðfJ;,!lü are gÎ\ en in allolhel. 
portion of the Almanac. 



52 


CAXADL\X TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 


[1897 


CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



ol'l
.-At the next Se
sion of Pa.rliament changes will probably he made in the Tariff of Customs, so the 
following list will not be reliable aftel' Februar), 11:\9;. 


'ti! c. ad 3al. 
Absinthe, $2.25 per Imp. Gal. 
Acetate of Lime.. . . . . . . . . . . . . ., 20 
Acetate and Nitrate of Lead, 
nOL ground . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . Free 
Acid, Acetic and Pyroligneous, 
n. e. s., and vinegar, of any 
strength not exceeding a 
strength of proof, and for each 
degree of strength in excess 
of the strength of proof :ion 
additional duty of two cents 
and. __ .. . .:.. 15c. per. gal. 
Acid, Acetio and Pyroligneous 
of any streng-tho when imported 
by dyers, calico printers or 
manufacturers of acetates or 
colours, for exclusive use in 
dyeing or printing-, or for the 
manufacture of !Ouch acetates 
or colour,;, in their own factor- 
ies, 25 per cent. . . . . . . . 
Acid, Muriatic and Nitric, and 
all mixed acids. . ....... ..... 20 
Acid, Oxalic and Boracic ...... Free 
AC'id, Phosphate...... 2c. per lb. 
Acid, Sulphuric. .y" cent per lb. 
Acids used for medicinal, chemi- 
cal or manufacturin
 purpoees, 
not specially provided for in 
this Act . . .. __ . . . . . . .' _..... Free 
Aconite Root. .. .............. Free 
Acorns as 
uts... 2 cts. per lb. 
Advertising Bills, Stickers, and 
Foldi!rs .. 15 cents per lb. and 25 
Advertising Pamphlets, Pictures 
and Pictorial Show Cards, illus. 
Adv'n
 Periodicals, Illus. Price 
Lists, Adv'ng-Calendars, Adv'ng- 
Almanacs, Tailors' and 
Iantle- 
Makers' Fashion Plates. .6 cts_ 
per. lb. and 20 
Agaric ........................ Free 
Alabaster, Spar, Terra Cotta or 
Composition Ornaments. .... 35 
Ale, Beer and Porter, in Bottles 
(6 q. or 12 p. to Imp_ gal.) 24c. 
Imp. gal. 
Ale, Beer and Porter, in Casks, or 
otherwise than Bottles.. . . 16c. 
Imp. gal. 
Albumenized and other papers 
chemically prepared for photo- 
g-raphers' use ............ . . .. 30 
Albums, insides of paper.... . . . Free 
Albums or books of dews with- 
out reading matter, 6 cts. per 
lb. and ....... _ " ........... 2ú 
Ale, Ging-er . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Alkanet root, crude, crushed or 
ground. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Almonds, shelled. 5 cents per lb. 
not shelled, 3 cents per lb. 
Almond Paste as Confectionery. 35 
Aloes, unground........ .".' Free 
Alum, in bulk only, ground or 
unground ... _ _ . . . . . . . . .. .,. Free 
Alum, burned or calcined. . . . . .. 20 
Aluminum, or Aluminium and 
Alumina and Chloride of Alu- 
minium orChloralum,Sulphate 
of Alumina and Alum Cake..Free 
Chloralum.. ............._. Free 
Ambergris .................... Free 
Ammonia, Sulphate of ....... . Free 
Anatomical Preparations and 
Skeletons or parts thereof.... Free 
Anchors ...................... Free 
Animals livinl\", n.e.s........... 20 
Animals, for improvement of 
Stock ....... . . . . . , . . . . . .. . . Free 


'IiJ c. ad val' 'W c. ad val. 
Animals, live hogs, lkc. per Th... Balfatelle Tahles or Boards, with 
Animals broug-ht into Can. temp. Cues anrl Balls...... _ . . _ . . " 35 
& for a period not exceeding 3 Baggage, Travellers. .. . .. . . . . . . Free 
months, for the purpose of ex- Bag-s, Cot., Seamless............ 20 
hihition.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . Free Bags, Cotton, made up by the 
Aniline Dyes amI Coal Tar Dyes, use of the needle .. ..... _. _ 32! 
in bulk or packages of not less Bags, Carpet Bags. . . . . . . . . . . . " 30 

han on
 pO!llld weight, Ì1
clt!d- I Bags, paper seed hags, illustrat- 
mg Ahzarme and artificIal ed. . . . . . " 6 c
nts per lb. and 20 
Alizarine . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Bags, paper. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Aniline Oil, Crude ............Free Bags,JuteorHemp............ 20 
Aniline Salts, and Arseniate of. . Free Baking Powders. .6 cents per lb. 
Annato, liquid or sulid and seed. Free Bamboos, unmanufaC'tured ... _ Free 
Antimony not ground, pulverized Bamboo Reeds, not further 
or otherwise manufactured. . Free Jll:\nfd. than Cllt into suitaLle 
Antiq uities, collections of...... Free lengths for Walking- Sticks, or 
Anvils..... .. ....... _ ........ _ 27! Canes, or sticks forUmerellas 
Apricots, green ....., . . . . . . . . .. 20 Parasols, or Sunshades. . . . . .'Free 
Apparatus and Philosophical Barilla.. .. .. .... .............. Free 
Instruments, imported by and Bark, Oak and Tanners. . . . .. .. Free 
for use of Colleges, Schools, Barley .... . .15 cents per bushel 
Scientific, and Literary Socie- Barometers, .............,.... 25 
ties, such as are not manu- Barrels, Can. m:muf., exp. filled & 
factured in Canada.. .. .. " .. Free ret'd empty, under such reg'ns 
Ap'atus for Colleges :iond Schools, as the }Iin. of Cus. shall direct. Free 
which are manufactured in Barrels, cont. Petroleum, or its 
Canada, to be rated according products, or any mixt.of which 
to material. petroleum is a part, when such 
Apparel, wearing, and other per- contents are chargeaLle with a 
sonal and honsehold effects specific duty ........ 20c. each 
(not merchandise) of British Beads and Bead Ornaments .... 35 
subjects dying abroad, but Beans.. ... ... .1ácts. per lmsh. 
domiciled in Canada....... Free Bean, Tonquin, Vanilla & Nux 
Apples, including the barr"!.... Y omÏca, crude only . . . . . . . . . . Free 
40c. per barrel. Bed Comforters, or Quilts of 
Apples, dried........ ........ 25 Cotton, white. ....... , 25 
Apple trees of all kinds. .3c.each colored...................... 30 
Argols, not refined............ . Free Beef, salted in barrels, the barrel 
Artist color bo:xes Japanned.... 25 containing the same to be free 
Arms, including .\Iuskets, Rifles of duty.... ...... .2c. per lb. 
and other fire 
rms,n.e.s.... 20 Bees...........................Free 
Army and Navy and Canadian Belladonna Lea
'es ............ Free 
l\Iilitary Arms, Clothing-, 1\Ius. Bells, when imported by and for 
Instruments for Bands, Mili- the use of churches.. . _ . . . . . Free 
tary Stores and Munition of Bells, n e s .................... 25 
War .... _ _ . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Belts, leather. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 30 
Arrowroot ....................20 Belts.silk... ..........._......30 
Artificial Flowers .... ..... . 25 Belts, cotton .................. 30 
Arsenic.. _.................... . Free Belting of leather or other ma- 
Arseniate of Aniline.. .. ....... Free terial, n. e. s ................ 20 
Articles for the use of Governor- Benzole, n.e.s., 6c per Imp. g
l. 
General.. . . ., . . .. . . . .... . .. . . Free Berries for dyeing, or used for 
Articles imported by and for the composingd.}es............. . Free 
use of the Dominion Govern- Bicycles, Tric-.} cles or Velocipedes 30 
ment or any of the Depart- Billiard Tables, with or without 
ment
 thereof, or by or for pockets, and bagatelle tables 
the Senate or House of Com- or boards, cues, balls and cue 
mons. . . .. ..' .............. Free racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 35 
\.rticles for personal use of Con- Billiard Balls, papier mache, 
suls-General, who are natives when imported separately... _ 35 
or citizens of the country they Billiard Balls, bone or ivory, 
represent, and who are not when imported sep:iorately.... 35 
engaged in an.}' other business Billiard Balls celluloid, when im- 
or profession ............... Free ported separately ............ 35 
Articles ex-warehoused for ship's Birds, Canary Birds and n.e.s. ... 20 
stores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Birds Skins, for taxidermic pur- 
Asbestos, in any form other than poses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Crude, and aU manufactures Bird Cages..................... 35 
thereof ..... . . . . . . . . .. ..." _ 25 Biscuits of all kinds, not sweet- 
Ashes, Pot and Pearl, in pack- ened.... .. ...............25 
ages of not less than twenty- Biscuits, sweetened .... ....... 27! 
five pounds weight .......... Free Bismuth, Metallic in its natural 
Asparagus .................... 25 state ...... . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . Free 
Asphalt or Asphaltum, and Bone Bitters (n.e.s.), S2.
5 per 1m. gal. 
Pitch, Crude only.. . . . . . . . . . . Free BlaC'king-, Shce and Shoemakers' 
Awnings and Tents . _ . . .. . . . . .. 25 Ink, shoe, harn.,ss and leather 
A xle Grease . . . .. ............. 25 dressing. and harness-soap. . .. 25 
Babbit Metal .............. 10 Black Lead,plumbagomanufac're 25 
Bacon and Hams, Shoulders and Black Book 1\Iu"lin... . . '.. .. .. '. 30 
Sides. . . . . . . . .. 2 cents per lb. Blackberries, gooseberries, rasp- 



1897] 


CAN ADIAX T AIUFF OF CrST01IS. 


58 


:fi! c. ad val. :fi! c. ad val. 
berries, strawberries, cherries Boot and Shoe Counters, made 
and currants, n. e. s. the from Leather Board. . . . . . . . .. 20 
",eight of the package to be Boot and Shoe Dressing........ 25 
included in the weight for Boot, Shoe ami Stay Laces, of 
dut.r .............. 2c. per. lb. any material. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . ., 30 
Bladders..... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 20 Botanical Specimens. _. ........ Free 
Blanketing and lapping, and discs Borax, ground or unground, in 
or mills for en!!ra\ing copper bulk of not less than twenty. 
rollers, imported by cotton five pounds only.. . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
manufacturers, calico printers Box Wood Rules. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
and wall paper manufacturers, Boxes, paper boxes labelled, 
for use in their own factories empty. . . .15 cents per lb. and 25 
only....................... . Free Boxes,paperboxes, empty, plain. 35 
Blood albumen, tannic acid, an- Boxes, cash ., .. ..... ....... 25 
timony salts, tartar emetic and Boxes and Writing- Desks, fancy 
I{rey tartar...... . . . . . . . . .. . FI'ee and ornamental. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Blueing, Laundr
, of all kinrls.. 25 Braces or Suspenders and parts 
Blue VitrioL.................. Free thereof. . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. 35 
Boltinl{ Cloth, not made up . . . . Free Braids of all kinds ............ 30 
Bone Dust and Ash for manuf. Bran, 
Iill Feed................ 20 
of Phosphate and Fertilizers. . Free Brass, drawn, plain and fancy 
Bone Dust, unmanufactured.. . Free tubing not hent or otherwise 
Bone Black. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Free manufactured in lengths not 
Bones, crude, not manuf., burnt, less than six feet........ ... . Free 
calcined, ground, or steamed. Free Brass, old, scrap, and in sheets 
Bones, burnt, calcined...... . 20 or plates .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Bone, manufactures of, fancy. .. 35 Brass Bars & Bolts, drawn, plain 
Bone, manufactures of (n.e.s.). 20 and fancy tubing. . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Bone Pit.::h, crude only......... 20 Brass Cups, being rough blanks, 
Bone, Cuttle Fish.... ....... . Free for the manufacture of brass 
Bonnets, n.e.s.. .. .. ........ .... 30 and paper shells and cartrid!!es 
Booklets, printed on paper, for use in their OWn factor- 
etc................ .6c. per lb. ies .... _............... ..... . Free 
Book Covers, illustrated paper, Brass Wire.................... _ 10 
6 cents per Ih. and.......... 2u Brass, ribs of iron or steel, run- 
Books (n.e.s.), printed in two ners, rings, caps, notches, fer- 
lang-uages, one of which is rules, mounts and sticks or 
English or French.. .6c per lb. canes in the rou!!h or not 
Books, printed in any of the lan- further manufactured than cut 
guages or dialects of any of into lengths suitable for llln- 
the Indian tribes of the Do- brellas, etc., imported hymanu- 
minion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ .. .. Free facturers of umbrellas, para- 
Books, Printed Periodicals and sols and sunshade!' for use in 
Pamphlets,n.e.s.,not being for- their factories in the manufac- 
eign reprints of British Copy. ture of umbrellas, etc., only. . Free 
right \\ orks, nor blank acc. l,ks. Brass Pumps. . . .. . . . . . . .. . . .. .. 30 
nor CoP). bks. nor hks. to be Brass, twisted Brass and Copper 
written or drawn upon, nor "ïre, when imported hy manu- 
Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm, facturers of boots and shoes 
and H
 mn Books.. . tic. per lb. for use in their factories. . . . . . Free 
Books, Bibles, Prayer Books, Brass, in strips, for printers' 
Psalm Books and Hymn rules, not finished . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Books....... ...... .... '. .Free Brass and copper nails, rivets 
Books, imp. for the use of schools and burrs.................... 30 
for the deaf and dumb, and I Brass tubing, cased.. .. ....... 30 
blind, and embossed for the Brass, manufactures of, n.e.s... 30 
blind. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Breadstuffs, Grain and Flour, 
Books, not being printed or re- I and 
Ieal of all kinds, when 
printed in Canada, which are damaged by water in transitu, 
included and used as text I upon the appraised \.alue .... 20 
bo
ks i
 the c.urric1l1um of any Br!ck, hol.lO\
 and porous.... . .. 20 
Umverslty or mcorporatedCol- Brick, BUlldmg- .. .... .... .... .. 20 
lege in Canada for the use of Brick, Bath Brick.. . . . . . . . _ . . .. 20 
student
 
her
of..:......... . Free I Brick, F
rt; Brick, not to include 
Books, British COP} ng-ht works, stove hnmgs. . . . . . . . . . .. .. . Free 
reprint of. . . . . .öc. per lb. and 12
 Brimstone, crude or in roll or 
Books, printerl by any Go\t.or hy fiour.. .... ......... _. ..... . Free 
a.ny Sdent. Ass. and supplied Brim :\Ioulds. for I!old Leaters.. Free 
gratuitously, not for trade. . . . Free British Gum, De)o.trine, Sizing, 
Books specially imported for use Cream and Euamelled Sizing. 10 
of public free libraries, not Bristles........................Free 
more than two copies of one Britannia. 
Ietal in pigs and bars Free 
book: and books whieh shall manufactures of, if not plated. 25 
have been manufactured more manufactures of, if plated. _ .. 30 
thall t" elve } ears, bound or Bromine.. _ . . _ .. .. . . . . . _ . . . Free 
unbound. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Rroom
. . . . . . .. 20 
Books, Blank Books, Account I Brushes.. . . .. . . . . . . . .. 25 
Books, COP} Books or books to Broom Corn.................. . Free 
be drawn or written upon.. .. 3:; Bronze or Dutch Metal. . .. ..... 20 
Book Binders' Cloth. . . . . .. .... Free Buckskins, tanned or dressed 
Book Binders' tools and imple. I (Glo\'e leather) ...... ..- . . . . .. 10 
ments,inclurl. Hulill
 Machines 10 Bronze Statuettes.. . . . . " . .. .. 35 
Boots and Shoes, Leather or Buckwheat.. . . . .1Oc. per bushel 
Rubber.... .' .. . . '. .. ....... 25 meal or flour.. _...,. c. per lb. 
Boots and Shoes, Rubher with Buchu Leaves............. .. . Free 
tops or uppers of doth, etc. .. 30 BuC'kles, tin, for suspenders. .. .. 35 


:fi! c. ad val_ 
Buckram, for the manufacture 
of hat and bonnet shapes. .. . . Free 
Builders Hardware_............ 32l 
Bulhs, Flower ................ Free 
Bullion, gold and silver, in bars, 
blocks or ingots and bullion 
fringe ........... _ . . . . . . . . .. Free 
Burr Stones, in blocks, rough 
unmanufactured, not bound 
up or prepared for binding 
into mill stones. . . .. ....... _ Free 
Burgundy Pitch . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Free 
Butchers' Steels. .............. 35 
Butter .......4 cents per pound 
ButterTriers........... ......35 
Butterine, or other substitute for 
Butter, importation prohibited. 
Buttons of Vegetable hory,Pearl 
or Horn .... 8c. per gross, and 20 
Buttonsofhoof, rubber, vulcanite 
or composition. .4c. per gr. and :!o 
Buttons, Pantaloon, and all 
other, n.e.s .. .. .. ...... .... .. 20 
Button, Shoe, papier mache... Free 


Cabinet of Coins, colleC'tion 
of medals and other :mtiqui- 
ties, including collection of 
Postage Stamp!;..... _.... .... Free 
Cabinet Ware or Furniture (wood 
or iron).. . . . .. . . .. ......... 30 
Calcareous tufa................ Free 
Calumba Hoot.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . Free 
Camwood and Sumac, and Ex. 
tr:lct of. for dyeing or tanning. Free 
Candied Peel, lemon, orange and 
citron ...... ...
cp
rlb. and 35 
Candles, Tallow............ . . _. 25 
Candles, Paraffine Wax,4c per lb. 
Candles and Tapers, all others, 
including Sperm.............. 25 
Candle Wick and Lamp Wicks.. 25 
Cane or Rattan, split or other- 
wise manufactured. . .. .. . ... 17l 
Canton Flannel, white.. ...... 25 
Canton Flannel, printed or dyed 30 
Cam'as for manuf. of Floor Oil 
Cloth, not less th:m 45 in. wide, 
& not pressed nor calendered. Free 
Canvas, "Jute," "hen imported 
by manufacturers of Floor Oil 
Cloth, for use in their f:Jctories. Free 
Canvas of flax or hemp and sail 
twine, to he used for boat and 
ship sails .... _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . 5 
Caoukhouc, unmanufactured. .. Free 
Caplins, unfinished Leghorn hats. Free 
Caps, Hats and Bonnets, n.e.s.. 30 
Caps, Percussion, for guns, rifies 
and pistols .................. 30 
Caps, Percussion Copper for 
blasting-. . .. .. _ .............. 3 
Capsules for Bottles, to be rated 
accordinl{ to material. . . . . . . . . 
Carhons, 
2.iiO per 1,000 of 12 
inches-less in proportion 
Cardboard...... ......... .. .. 35 
Cards, show cards, 6 cents per 
lb. and ............ ........ 2(' 
Cards. for playing, 6 cts. per pack. 
Carpet Bag!', Trunks, and 
Valises . ............. ...... 30 
Carpet, trehle ing-rain, three-ply 
and two-ply carpets, composed 
wholly of wool, 5c. per sq. yd. 
and........ .. .. .. .. '. .... .. .. 25 
Carpets. two-ply and three-ply 
ing-rain carpets, of which the 
"arp is composed wholly of 
c tton or other material than 
\\ 001, worsted, the hair of the 
Alpaca goat, or other like 
animal, 3c. f>er sq. yd. and. . .. 25 
Carpets, Brussel, tapestry, Dutch, 
Veneti:m and damask ; carpet 
mats and rugs of all kinds. 



.54 


CA
 ADIAN TARIFF OF CrSTOl\IS. 


[l
97 


'ti! c, ad val. 
n.e.s.; and printed felts and 
drug-gets and all other carpets 
and squares n.o.p ....... _.... 30 
Carpets, Smyrna mats and rugs. 30 
Carpeting. Matting and IIIats of 
Hemp, Cocoa, Jute and Stair 
Pads. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Cartridges, for guns, rifles and 
pistols, and Cartrirlge Cases.. 30 
Carriag-es, Buggies and Pleasure 
Carts. and similar vehiC'les, 
n.e.s., ('osting not more than 
S50, :n;;; each and. ....... 25 
Costing'mOl'e than S50. . . . . . .. 35 
Farm &, Freight Wagons. Carts, 
Dra\ s and similar \ ehicles. . .. 25 
Carri:i:ges, Childl'en's Carriages 
of all kinds ....... . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Carriages, parts of, or other 
manufaC'tured articles, shall be 
charged with same rate of 
dut
, on a proportionate valu- 
ation, as that ('hargeable upon 
the finished article. 
Carriage Hardware ............ 32! 
Carria!{es of tr:n ellers. and Car- - 
riages laden with merehandise, 
and not to include circus 
troupes or hawkers.. . . . . . . _ . Free 
Cash Boxes...... .. .. . . " . . . .. 25 
Casts. as models fOl' the use of 
schools of designs. . . . .. . _ . . .. Free 
Catgut Strings, or Gut Cord for 
Musical Instruments.. .. .. .. . Free 
Catgnt or Whipgut, unmanufac- 
tured ..... _. ................ .Free 
Caustic Soda.. . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. Free 
Cases, for jewels, \\atches, silver 
and plated ware, cutlery, and 
other like articles of any ma- 
terial '" . . .. 5 cents eac'h and 30 
Celluloid, X.\ lonite or Xyolite, in 
sheets, lumps, balls, or IJl0cks, 
in roug-h .................... Free 
l)ellnloirl monlded into sizes for 
handles of knives and forks, 
not hored nor otherwise manf. It) 
Celluloid balls and cylinders. 
coatefl with tinfoil, or not, but 
not finished or further manu- 
f3,('tured ....,.............. _ Hì 
Celluloid Collars 24 cts. per doz. 
anrl .........,............... 25 
Cuffs, 4: cts. pair. and... _...... 
5 
Cement, Hydmulic or 'Vater- 
lime, gronnrl, Portland or Ro- 
man, mduding barrels, 40 cts. 
per barrel. . . . . . ...... .. . . . . . . 
Chalk stone. china or Cornwall 
stone. felspar, and cliff stone, 
ground or ung-round ..."... Free 
Chalk, man ufactured .......... 20 
Chamomile Flowers.. . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Chamomile Flowers, powdered.. 20 
Chamois Skins ................ 17! 
Charts, admiralty. Free. Other 20 
Charcoal ...................... 20 
Cheese, 3 cents per lb.. . . . . . . . . 
Cheese Cloths, white ,......... 25 
coloured .................... 30 
Cheques, pro. notes Imd drafts, 
printed. .. .................. 35 
Cherry Trees. 8 cents each. . . . . . 
Chewing Gum, if sweetened, !c. 
per lb. ami . _. _ ., .. . 35 
Chewing Gum, not sweetenerl .. 20 
Chicor;\", raw or green, 3('. per lb. 
Chicory, drierl r03.ited or ground, 
4 cent.. per lb. . . . " . . . " .. . " . " . . 
China Clay, natural or ground. . Free 
Chloralum or Chlorifle of Alum. Free 
China and Porcelain '\' are" . . . .. 30 
Chloride of Rariul1l :........... 20 
Chloride of Lime.. . . . . . . " . . . . . Free 
Chronometer ('locks. as Clocks 25 
Chronometer Watches........"" 25 


'ti! c. ad val. 
Chronometers and Compasses for 
Ships.. .... .. .... ...... .... .. Free 
Chromos, Chromotypes. Oleo- 
graphs, and other cards, pic- 
tures, or artistic works of simi- 
lar kinds, produced hy any 
process other than hand paint- 
ing or drawing whether for 
husiness or advertising pur- 
posesornot,printed or stamped 
on paper, card hoard, or other 
material, n.e.s, 6c. per lb. and 20 
Church Yestments ............20 
Churns, bro01l1s, pails, tubs, 
pounders and rolling pins. . . ". 20 
Cider, not clarified or refined, 5 
cents per im. gallon.... ..... 
Cidel', ('larified or refined,1Qcents 
per im. gallon.. . . . . . . . . . . . . " . 
Cigars and Cigarettes, $2 per lb. 
and.. .. .... " .. .......... 25 
Cin
hona Bark .. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Cinchona Bark, powdered . . . . .. 20 
Cinnabar. , . . . . .. ............. Free 
Citrons, rinds of, in lnine.... Free 
Citrio Acid................... Free 
ChiVS . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . '. . . . . . . Free 
Cliff Stone, unmanufaC'tured.. .. Free 
Cliff Stone, manufactured. . . . .. 30 
Clocks, and clock cases of all 
kinds. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Clock springs and clock move- 
ments othpr than for tower 
clocks, complete or in parts .. 25 
Clothes Wringers.. 25c each and 20 
Clothing, Cotton, Silk and Linen 3
! 
Clothing, ready-made, and wear- 
ing apparel of e\'ery descrip- 
tion. cum posed wholly or in 
part of wool. worsted, the hair 
of the alpaca goat or other like 
animal, n.o. p. 5c. per lb. and. 30 
Clothing. donations of. for chari- 
table pnrposes.............. .Free 
Clothing. imported by and for 
use of army and navy, or for 
Canarlian 
Iilitia. Dutiable ac- 
cording to material. Duty re- 
funded upon reference to De- 
partment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Coal, and Coal Dust, Anthracite.Free 
Coal. Bituminous, per ton of 
2.0001bs.......... ........... 60 
Coal Dust and Slaek, Bituminous 20 
Coke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Coal Tar and Coal Piteh. ..... . Free 
Cohalt, ore of.. .. ... .. _..... _. Free 
Cochineal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . Free 
Cocoa IIIats and IIIatting. . . . . . .. 25 
Cocoanuts. imported from place 
of growth hy yessel direct to a 
Canadian port... .50c. per 100. 
Cocoanuts, not imported direct, 
............. .8=1 per hundred. 
Cocoa Paste and Ch()('olate Pa<;te, 
CocoaR anfl Cocoa Butter, 4c. 
per. lb....................... 
Cocoa 
hells and Nibs, Chocolate 
and other preparations of 
eocoa........................20 
Cocoanut. dessicated, sweetened 
or not, 5 cents per pound.. . . . . 
Cocoa Beans, not roasted, 
crushed or ground .......... Free 
Coffee, Green, n.e.s.......... . 10 
Coffee. Green, imported direct 
from the country of gro\\ th 
and production, or purchased 
in bond in an\ coulltn where 
('offee is sUbjèct to èustoll1s 
duty... '. .. '" ... ... .. '" .. .. Free 
Coffeè roasted or g-round, when 
not imported direct from the 
countr
 of growth and produc 
tion, 2c. per Ih. and. . . . . . .. . 10 
Coffee, roasted or ground, and 


:ij! c. ad val. 
all imitations of and substi- 
tutes for, n.e.s.. 2 cts. per lb. 
Coffee. extrad ot. or substitutes 
for, of all kinds.. 3 cts. per lb. 
Coffee and IIIilk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3u 
Coffee Mills or Roasters.... .... 271 
Coffins and Caskets, of any ma- 
terials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 25 
Coins, Silyer Coins from the U.S. 25 
Coins. Gold and Silver, except 
U.S. sih"er coins............. . Free 
Coir and Coir Yam. . . ., . . . . . . . . Free 
Collars of linen. cotton, celluloid, 
X) lonite, or xyolite, 24c. per 
doz. and............... ..... 2ó 
Collars, lace collars.. . .. . . . . .. .. 30 
Collodion, 2Oc. per J. G. and 20 
Cologne water, alcoholic per- 
fumes, and perfumed spririts, 
bay rum, and lavender \\aters, 
hair, tooth and skin washes 
and other toilet preparations 
containing spirits of any kind, 
when in bottles orfiasks weigh- 
ing not more than 4 oz. each.. 50 
When in bottles. fiasks, or 
other packages weighing 
more than 4 oz. each. ::.;2.25 
I). gal and. . . . ... ...... . 40 
Comhs, dress and toilet. all kinrls 85 
Combs, curry comhs, as Sad- 
dlers' hardware. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 321 
Commercial blank forms........ 35 
Communion Plate imported by 
and for use in Churches. . . . .. Free 
Composition Metal for the manu- 
f'ctl1reoffilledg'ld watC'h-cases. 10 
Compasses for ships........... .Free 
Composition Xails, S}Jikes aud 
Sheathing Nails ...... .. _. 15 
Composition Fuel, in blocks.... 20 
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g 
Condensed :\lilk ....... 3 
 cents 
Confectiouer.\" añd Sl1
ar Candy, 
j c. per lb. and. . . . . . . .. .. .... 35 
Copper. old and >scrap in pigs. 
bars, rods, bolts, O\'er six feet 
in lengt.h, ingots and sheating 
not }Jlanished or coated, and 
cOpper seamless drawn tubing Free 
Copper Wire. . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. '15 
Copper Wire twisted for manu- 
facture of boots and shoes. . Free 
Copper Rollers, for use III calico 
printing, when imported hy 
calico p1"Ïnters for use in their 
f3,('tory in the printing of cali po 
and for no other purpose, such 
rollers not heing manufactured 
in Canada. .................. Free 
I Copper. in sheets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Copper Bath. finished.. . . . . .. .. 30 
Copper, all manufactl1resof,n.e.!i. 30 
Copp
r, precipitate of, crude ..Free 
Copperas, Sulphate of Iron. . . . . Free 
Copy Books.. _. .. '. . . .. .. .. . ... 3!> 
COP;\ ing Presses . _. ....... .. 30 
Cords and Tassels of silk or any 
other material. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Cordage, Cotton, of all kinds .. 25 
Cordage. lI.e.s. llc per lb. :md . 10 
Cordials ('lee Spirituous Liquors) 
Corduro
, \\ hite, 25 per cent. 
colored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 30 
Corn, Inrlian.... .. 7jc. per hush. 
Cornmeal.. .. _ _" 40c. per hhl. 
Corks and manufactures of Cork- 
wood or Cork-hark ..........20 
Cork-wood or bark, unmanufa..Free 
Corkscre\\s and COl'k Drawers.. 27j 
Comice Poles .... . . .. . . .. . 30 
Corsets. .... ., .. .. . . .. " .. .. .. _. 32j 
Corset da
ps. spoon clasps or 
busks, blanks. side steels and 
other corset steels, \\ hethel' 



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CAS ADIAX TAIUFF OF CUSTO
IS. 


55 



 c. ad t;al. 'ti! c. ad .val. 'ti! c. ad val. 
plain, japanned, lacquered, Crucibles, Earthenware 30 and Crocks, per gal. holdinl{ 
tinned or covered "ith paper Cucumbers.. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. .. 25 capacity, 3 cents per gal. . . . . . 
or cloth; also back, bone or Cuffs, of Paper ..... _.. .. .. .. .. 35 E a I' the n ware and Stone\\are, 
corsehdres, covered with paper Cuffs of Linen. Cotton, Celluloid, brown or cord, ,md Rocking- 
or cloth. cut to lengths and Xylonite or 
yolite, 4 cts. per ham ware, white granite, or 
tipped with bra'ls or tin, or un- pair, and..... .. ............ 25 iron stoneware and C.C. ware, 
tipped, or in coils. 5c. p. lb. and 
o Cultn'atol's and parts thereof... 20 decorated, printed or sponged, 
oC,ottolene, sub. for lard, 2c. p. lb. Cups or other prizes won in and all earthenware n.e.s.... 3r, 
Cotton,rajV............ ......Free bona fide competitions.... Free Eggs. ..........._.3c. per doz. 
Cotton cmered Wire. . . . . . .. .. " 30 Curry Cards and Combs.. .. ..... 32! Elastic Rubber Thread....... Free 
Cotton Seed in bulk............ 10 Curn- Powders.. . . .. ,.........:!fi Electric aud Gah anic Batteries. 25 
Cotton Bed Quilts, white.... . . " 25 Curli'ng stone!' of granite. . . . . . . Free Electric Lig-hts, apparatus, parts 
Cotton Quilts with woven cord Curtains. tmnmed or untrimmed 30 of, when imported separately. 25 
border........ ........ ...... 30 Cutler
-: Knhes, wholl
 or in Elect.ro-plated '''are, wholly or 
Cotton Belting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 part plated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 in part electro or g-ilt ........ 30 
Cotton ami Jute Tapestr)' . . . . .. 30 Cutlery, not else" here specified. 25 Electrot) pes, Stereot
 pes, and 
Cotton and Linen Damasks. . . .. 25 Cut Flowers. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 celluloids of hooks and bases, 
Cottow'. grey or unbleached, ami copper shells for the same, 
Fabrics. ......-............ 22A- Damask of Cotton, or \\hether compo!oed wholly or 
Cotton fahrics, white or bleached - linen . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . :?5 in part of metal or celluloid. Free 
n.e.s. .. .. .. .................:?5 Decalcomnnie, or transfer pict's. Electrot
 pes, Stereot
 pes, and 
Cottons, Fahrics, printed, d
 ed, 6c. per lb. and.. . . . . .. 20 celluloids for almanacs, calen- 
or colored.................... 30 Deer, (dove leather) t.lJllled or dars, illustrated pamphlets, 
Cotton, Linen and Silk Clothing, dres"ed. colorerl or not colored 10 ue"spaper advertisements or 
Corsets and other articles DeerHair......................Free en
r:uings, and all otber like 
made from cotton fabrics . 32! Degras.... .................... 
O work for commercial, trade or 
<Cotton Handkerchiefs,printed or Degras anrl Oleo-Stearine, when other purposes, n.e.s.; and 
plain . ........ ............ 30 imported by manufacturers of matrices or copper shells of the 
COttOIl or Linen 
hirts, costing leather for use in the manu- same..... ... .2c. per. sq. in. 
more than 
:
 per dozen. 25 per facture of leather in their Electrotypes,Stereotypes,andcel- 
cent., and a specific duty of factories _ . . . _ . . .. . '" "'" }<'ree luloids of ne" spaPl"r columns, 
$1 per rlozen... ...... Dental instruments, of all kinrls. 15 and bases for the same, com- 
Cotton Shirts, Il.e.s...... ...... 35 Diamonds, set.............. .... 25 posed wholl
. 01' partly of metal 
Cotton t:"ndershirts and lJra\\ers Diamonds, unset, dust or bort, or celluloid. 
c_ per sq. in., and 
knitted. ....... . . . . .. .... 35 I and black Diamonds for borers. Free matrices 01' copper shells of the 
Cotton-co\ered flat steel, cut to Diamond drills for prospecting same... _.... . .2c. per sq. in. 
lengths, "ith brass 011 ends 5c. for minerals, not to include Emhahnill!:" Boards ............ 30 
perlb.,and.................. 20 motivepo"er.......,........Free Embossed'Paper, extra heavy, 
<":otton warps and cotton ) arns, Dice, I \.ory or bone, fancy. . . . .. 35 for cracked and damaged walls 35 
d}ed or undyerl, n.e.s. .. ... 25 Dogs.. .......... ............ _ 20 Embroideries, n.e.s..... ......... 30 
COttOIl Yarns, number forty and Doors, for safe,> and vaults, of Emer}inhulk,crusherlorgroundFree 
finer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... Free iron Or steel. . . . . . . .' . . . . . . . .. 30 Emery and Sand Paper. .. . . . . _. 20 
Cotton Lamp Wif'h ....... . 25 Door Knob Tops.............. 32! Emerv Wheels.............. .. 25 
Cotton or Linen Collars, 24 cts. Dragon's Blood. . ........... _, . Free Enanielled Iron Hollowware..... 35 
per rloz. and. ...... . ... 25 Drain pipes, sewer pipes. chimne.\ Eng'ines, Locomoti\ es. . . . . .. .. 35 
-Cotton Para!>ols and Umbrellas.. 35 lining'S or \ents. and inverted I Engines, Fire.................. 35 
Cotton Prunella... . Free blocks glazed or ung-lazed, and I Engines, Fire, Chemical........ 35 
Cotton Pillow Cases. . . . - . .. '" 32! earthenwar(: tiles ". "'" 35 Engines, steam, of ships or other 
Cotton, beamle,,'! bags ......... 20 Draughts and Ches"men of Ivory - vessels built in any foreign 
Cotton, sewing' thread, in hanks, or bone. fancy.. ...... .. ...... 35 country, etc............ .... .. 25 
black, hleached, or unbleach- Drawing Paper, mounted ...... 30 Engines, all others, and boilers. 
ed, three and six cord..... 12! Drawing-s,n.e.s. .............. 20 I D.e.s......................_...271 
Cotton, se\\ ing-thread, anf! crochet Dried Flowers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 Eng-ra\Ìngs and Prints.. .. . . . . .. 20 
cotton on spools or in halls. . .. 25 Dried Roots, n.e.s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Entomolo
)", specimens of. . . . . . Free 
Cotton thread, all other, n.e.s.. 25 Dried Veg-etahles............... 21> Emelopes, paper, of all kinds... 35 
CottonT\\ine ..................25 Druggets(d)edcotton)........ 30 Ergot..........................Free 
Cotton Towels and shawls " . . .. 25 Drng's, in a crude state, used in Esparto, or Spanish Grass, and 
Cotton \" elyeteens. Cotton Vel- dyeing or tanning- . . . _ . . . . . . Free other grasses and pulp of. in- 
vets and Cott{)n Plush.. ..... 30 Dryer's Japan, 20c. per gal. and.. 20 cludingfanc,nrra<;ses,drie,l,but 
COttOIl Fire Hose, lined with Dualin. Dynamite, Giant Powder not coloref! or othen\ise mfrl.Free 
rubber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ .. 32! and 
itro. . . . " '" 4c. per lb. Es'!ences or Extracts, mixed with 
Cotton warldin;;-, hatting, batts Duck, for belting- and hose, when spirit".. ". .
2.2;-; pe\- I.G., and 30 
d)edor not.... . ........... 22! imported hy mfrs. of ruhher EsbentialOils............ ._..10 
Cotton warps and cotton} arns, good'! for use in their factories. Free Ether. Sulphuric '" .5c. per lb. 
d) ed or undyed, n.e.s. .. ..... 25 Dutch Metal or bronze. .. .... 25 Excelsior for Upholsterers' use.. 25 
Cottons, Jeans and COlltilles, for I Dye Wood, grollnd lo/,'wood and Extract of Logwood, fustic, oak, 
corset and dress stay makers, . fustic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . Free ami of oak hark ........ . . Free 
for use in their factories ..... 25 D) es, patent prepared... ... .. Free Extract of }Ialt, for medicinal 
Cottons, manufactures of, n.e.s. I D) es. Aniline, anrl coal tar dyes, purpose!'. n.e.s.... . . . . . . . . . . ., 25 
See Cotton fahrics. in bulk or packages of not less Extract of Fluid Beef, not medi- 
Cotton W a<;te and Cotton Wool.. Free than 1 lb. weight, inclurling cated. . . . . . . . . .. . 25 
Cotton Seed Cake.... ......... Free alizarme and ártificial aliza- E\'elets of Brass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Cow Hair, unmanufactured .... Free rine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Free Ej'e glasses, finished. . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Cow Hair manufal-tnres, n.e.s. .. 20 Dyes, Aniline, n. e. s., less than I Ere !!"lasses, unfin'd, and parts of 20 
Cracked Corn and Wheat ..... 20 lib............... 00. ..... . 20 
Cranberries, plullls and quinces 25 D)e, jet hlack......... ...... ..Free FancyGrasses,drierl,but not 
Crapes, black..... .............. 20 lI)eing" Or Tanning" Articles in a colored nor otherwise mf'd.. ..Free 
Crocus, Compositon.. .. .... .. .. 25 crude state, used in dyeing or Fanc)" worhho"es, \\ nting- desks, 
Crocks, earthenware, per gallon tanning, n.e.s......... . . . Free glO\ e _ bO'l.e<;, h.mdkerchief 
holding- capadty.. .. .. ..3 cts. ho"es, manicure cases, per- 
Crop end of steel rails for the Earth Closets.. . . . . .. . . . . .. 30 fume cases, toilet cases and 
m:muf. of steel, 
 per ton.... Earthenware Tiles.... " " .... .. 35 fanc} ca.ses for smokers' sets, 
Cl'owbars .. ... .......... . 30 Earthenware Dlain Tiles, not and all similar fanc\' articles 
Cream of Tartar in CQ stals.. .. Free glazed.. . . . . . . . .. ...... . _ _ . .. 20 made of bone, "hell, horn, 
Cream of Tartar, other, n.e.s.... 20 Earthen \\are :m'l Stoneware IVory, wood, leather, plush, 
Crucibles of Plumba
o.. .. .. .., . Free Demijohns or Jugs, Churns satin, 
ilk, satinette, or paper; 



56 


CANADL\S TARIFF OF CUSTOMS, 


[l
9T 



 c ad val. 
dolls and toys of all kinds, 
including sewing machines, 
when not more than $2 in 
value; and toy whips, orna. 
ments of alabaster, spar, am- 
ber, terra cotta or composition 
statuettes and bead ornaments 
n.e.s. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . _ . _ . _ .... 35 
Fans, to be rated accor. to mat. 
Farina ............ .1!c. per lb. 
Feathers, Undressed........... 2Ø 
i'eathers, n.e.s....... .......... 30 
}<'eather Beds, Bolsters and 
Pillows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. -. 30 
Felt, pressed of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with 
any woven fabrics, . . . . . . . . . ., 171 
I'elt, adhesive, for sheathing 
vessels. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . .. ...... Free 
Felt, printed as carpets.. . .. .. ., 30 
Felt, Roofing', tarred or coated 25 
Felt Roofing, not tarred. ... .... 25 
Felt Cloth, n.e.s., 5 c. per lb. and 25 
Fe
r? - manganese and Ferro- 
s,l1con ................. _. .. 5 
Fertilizers, Artificial and Mineral 10 
Fibre,Mexican, Tampico or Istle.Free 
Fibre Ware, indurated fibre ware, 
vulcanized fibre ware and all 
articles of like material .... . 25 
Fibre, vegetable, for manufactur- 
ing purposes.. .. . . .. .. .. .., .. Free 
Fibrilla.. ................. .,. .Free 
Filberts. . . . . . . . . . 2 cents per lb. 
Files and Rasps .. . . .. .. . .. .... 35 
Fillets of Cotton and Rubber not 
e:\.ceeding 7 inches \\ide, for 
manufacture of card clothing. Free 
Firearnls . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Fil'e Bricks, for use exclusively 
in processes of manufactures, 
Dot to include stove linings. .. Free 
Fire Clay gas logs.. . . .. . . . . . . .. 20 
Fire Clay gas retorts. . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Fire Clay retorts, crucibles. .... 30 
Fire Clay.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Fire Works. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 25 
Fire Hose, of cotton or linen, 
lined with rubber, or of rubLer 32 
Fire Dogs, iron................ 271 
Fish, and the products thereof, 
from Newfoundland. . . . . . . . . . Free 
Fish Skins and fish offaL..... Free 
Fish.-Mackerel, fresh, Ie. p. lb. Free 
Herrings, Pickled or Salterl, 
! cent. per Ih 
Sa1mon, pickled or salted, 
Ie. per lb. 
Salmon, Fresh . _ . _ . . _ _ _ _ . . Free 
All other Fish, pick1ed or 
salted, in hhls. . .1c. per lb. 
Foreign caught fish, import- 
ed otherwise than in bbls. 
or half bbls., whetherfresh, 
dried, salted or pickled, 
n.e.s ,50 cents per 100 Ihs 
Smoked and Boneless Fish, 
1 cent per Ib -........... 
A n c ho vie sand Sardißes, 
packed in oil or otherwise, 
in tin hoxes, measuring 
not more than 5 in. long, 
. in. wiele, and 3! in. deep, 
5c. per box .............. 
In half boxes, measuring not 
more than 5 in. long, 4 in. 
wide, and Ii deep 2!C'. 
per half box .. . . . . . - - . . . . 
1ft quarter boxes, measuring 
not more than 4
 in. long, 
3! in. wide, and 11 deep, 
2c. per quarter box. . . . . . . 
Imported in any other form. 30 
Fish preserved in oil, except 
Anchovies and Sardines .. 30 
Salmon and all other fish pre. 


'IQ c. ad val. 
pared or preserved,includ- 
ing oysters, n.e.s......... 25 
Oysters shelled in bulk, 10 
cents per gal ............ 
Oysters, canned, in cans not 
over one pint, 3 cents per 
can, including the cans .. 
Oysters in cans,O\-er one pint 
and not over one quart, 5c 
per ('an including" cans. . . 
Oysters in cans exceeding 
one qt., 5c. for each qt or 
fraction of a qt. of the capa- 
city including" the cans 5c. 
per quart. . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . 
0) sters in the shell .. . _ . ,. 25 
Oysters-Seed and Breeding 
imported for the purpose 
of being planted in Cana- 
dian waters............ ...Free 
Packages containing Oysters 
or other FISh, not other- 
wise provided for _....... 25 
Oils, spermaceti, whale and 
other fish oils, and all 
other artieles the produce 
of the fisheries, n.e.s...... 20 
Cans or paekages made of 
tin or other material, con- 
taining fish of any kind 
admitted free of dutv un- 
rler any existing la\v or 
treaty, not e:\.ceeding one 
qt. in contents, l
c. on each 
can or package, and when 
exceeding" one qt. an addi- 
tional duty of l!c. for each 
additional qt. or-fractional 
part thereof. . - . . . . . . . . . . . 
Fish hooks, nets, seines, lilies 
and twines. not to include 
sporting fishing tackle or hooks 
with flies, or trolling spoons, 
or threads or twines commonly 
used for sewing or manufac- 
turing purposes ........... - . Free 
Fish Hooks, n.e.s. .... --...... 271 
Fish Nets, Seines ...... _ . _ . - - 30 
Fishing Rods.................. 30 
Fishing Hooks, with Flies...... 30 
Flagstones, sawn or otherwise 
dressed.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Flannels, of every descript.ion. 
n.e.s. (wool), 5c. })er Ib and 25 
Flax, fibre . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Flax, tow of...... _ . . . . - - - . Free 
Flax Seed. ............... _ _ . Free 
Flax Sail Twine........ _ . . . . . .. 5 
Flax, manufactures of, n.e.s.. .. 20 
Flint, flints and ground flint 
stones .......... _ . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Floor Earthenware Tiles....... 35 
Flori!o't Stock, \ iz., palms, or- 
chids, azaleas, cadi and fiower 
bulbs of all kinds_ _ _ ..... . . Free 
Flour, Buckwheat or 
leal, lc. 
per Ih _...... . .. ......... - . 
Flour, of Corn.. .., .1!c. per lb. 
Flour of It)-e ...... !illc. per bbl. 
Flour of Wheat .... 75c. per bbl. 
Flour of Rice or Sago ... . .. 25 
Fluting Machine, Iron.......... 27! 
Fly Paper. . . . . . _ .............. 35 
Fog Signals, detonating.. - . . . .. 30 
Folding Machines.. . . _ . . _ . . . . -. 10 
Folia Digitalis ...,. _ . . . . . . . .. . Free 
Food, Milk, and all similar prep. 30 
Foot Grease, refuse of cotton 
seed, but not when treated 
with alkalies ....... ........ Free 
Forks, tahle cast iron, not 
handled nor ground, or other- 
wise further manufacturea.. ]0 
Fossils.... '.' . .... _ _ _ .,. .... Free 
Fowls, domestic, pure bred, also 
Homing or messenger pigeons, 



 c: .d val. 
pheasants and quails for im- 
pro\ement of stock...... .. .Free 
Fowls, other .................. 211 
Frames, Clasps anrl Fasteners, 
for purses and chatelaine hags 
or reticules, not more than 'i 
inches in diameter, when im- 
ported by the manufacturers 
of same in their factories. . . .. to 
Fringes ..................... -. 30 
Fruit S)'rups, Lime-juice, and 
fruit juil"e", n.o.p ........ _.. 20 
Fruits rlrierl, dessicated, or e\'ap- 
orated, App1es, Dates, Figs, 
and other dried, etc., fruits, 
n.e.s. .. . . . . ... . . . _ __ _ . . . -- . 
50 
Fruit!', dried, Raisin!!, CUl"r ,1ntil, 
and Prunes, 1 ct. per lb..... 
Fnlits, Bananas, plantains, pine- 
apples pomegranates, guavas, 
mangoes, and shad, locks; wild 
bluelJerries, strawberries, :Iond 
raspherries .. . . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . Free 
Fruits, green, Grapes, 2c. per lb. 
Fruii.s, Green, Blackherries, 
Gooseberries, Raspberries, 
Strawberries, Cherries, :Iond 
Currants. The wei:.:-ht of the 
package t.o be included in the 
weight per dut)'. 2c. per Ih. 
n.e.s ....................... 
Fruits in air-tight ('ans or other 
packages. The weight of the 
cans or packages to be included 
in the weight for duty, 21 cta. 
per lb. . . . . , . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Fruits preserved in brandy and 
other spirits. .. .. $2.00 pèr I.G. 
Fuller's Earth. . . . . . . . .. ...... Free 
Fuller's Earth, prepared. . . . . . .. 30 
Furniture, of wood, iron or any 
other material, for house, 
cabinet or office, fin. or in part...;, 
including hair and spring and 
other mattresses, bolsters and 
pillows ....... .............. 30 
Fur Skins, of all kinds, not 
dressed in any manner. . . . . . . - Flee 
Fur Skins, wholly or partially 
dressed ... _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15 
Fur hats, caps, muffs, tippets, 
capes, coats, cloaks and other 
manufactures of fur. . . .. 25> 


Galvanized Nails and 
Spikes, wrought and presserl. 3{) 
Gall anized sheet iron, number 
]7 gauge and thinner......... ó 
Galvanic Batteries., -..... 25 
Ganle. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 
Gannister .......... . . . . . - . - - - . Free- 
Gas and Coal Oil, or Ker08cne 
Fixtures, or parts thereof. . .. 27l 
Gas Coke. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Gas Meters .. . . . . . . . . . _ . _ . . . . .. 35 
Gas, for dentists and others. . . .. 20 
Gelatine .......,.. _ . . . . .. .... 25 
Gentian and Ginseng Root.. .. . . Free 
German spirits of nitrous ether 
(sweet nitre), $:!.25 imperial 
gallon, anrl _ . . . . . _ . . _ _ . . . .. .. 30 
German and Xickel Silver, manu. 
factures of, not plated _ . . . . . .. 25 
German and Niekel Silver, plated 
n. e.s . .. .. . . .. .. .. . . _ .. . . .. . .. 30 
German Silver, and Silver in 
sheets. . . .. __ _ __' _.... . . . Free 
Giant powder, dualin, d., namite 
and other explosives 4c. per lb. 
Gilling Twine, imported for the 
U!'1e of the fisheries.. .. _ . . - - . Free 
Gilling Twines, linen thread.... 20 
Gilt ware, of all kinds, except 
jeweller.\' . . . . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. 30 
Gin. See Spirituous Liquors ... 
Ginger, Preserved.. . . . . . .. .... ;
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 TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 


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:tJ c. ad val. I 'iß c. ad vr.l. 
Glacier, window decorations.. . . Gr
fting Stock. (See Seedling. 
6c. per lb. and" . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 Stock) ..... _ -. . .. . Free 
Glass, cr)stal and decorated Grape Yines............... _. .. 20 
table-ware, made expressly for Grain, of all kinds when dam- 
mounting with silver plated aged by \\ater in transitu (on 
trimming", \\hen impOl-ted by appraised value) ............ 20 
manufacturers of plated ware. 20 Granite Ware, Enamelleo Iron 
Glass, ornamented, fij{ured, and Ware........ _............. 35 
enamelled colored glass; paint- Grass, )1 an ill a and Sea Grass. . . Free 
ed and \itrified glass; figured, Grass, manufactures of, n.e.s..... 20 
enamelled and obscured \\hite Gra\els ............ _ _ _ _ _.... .Free 
glass; and rough rolled plate Grease, rough, the refuse of ani- 
glass ....... _ . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 25 mal fat, when imported hy the 
Glass Stained 'Yindows ........ 30 manufacturers of soap for use 
Glass, Carboys and Demijohns, in their own factory only .... Free 
empty or filled bottles and de- Grease, Axle. . . . . . .. .... _ . . . .. 25 
canters, flasks ane[ phials .. 30 I Grease, Foot, refuse of cotton 
Glass, Flasks and Phials. Tele- seed after oil is pressed out. . Free 
graph and Lightning Rod In- Grease. other, n.e.s. . . . . . ., " 20 
bulators, Jars and Glass Ball!!, Grindstones, not mounted, and 
and cut. pressed or moulded not less than tweh e inches in 
tableware. . . _ . . . . . . . . _ _ .. . ... 30 diameter _ . .. ...:;:;1. 75 per ton. 
Glass, Lamp, Gas and Electric Grindstone Fi"tures.. .. .... .. .. 2i! 
Light Shades, Lamps and Lamp Guano, and other animal and 
Chimne) s. side lights and head vegetable manures.......... Free 
lights, Globes for Lanterns, Gums, Amber. Arabic, Australian, 
Lamps,Gas and Electric Lights, Elemy, Copal, Damar, Kaurie, 
n.e.s .. ...... ,... '" _. .. _... 30 )hstic, Sandarac, Senegal, and 
Glass bulbs for electric ligh ts. .' 10 Shellac; and White Shellac in 
Gl..ss, common and colorless gum or flake, for manufactur- 
\\indow glass; and plain color- ing ]'urposes; and Gum Tra- 
ed, stained, tinted or muffled gacanth, Gum Gedda and Gum 
glass in sheets. . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. 20 Barberry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Glass, imitation porcelain shades, Gum, British, Dextrine, Sizing 
and colored glass shadçs, not Cream and Enamel Sizing... 10 
figured, painted, enamelled or Gum,sappato and chicle, crude. Free 
engraved. . . . . .. .......... _ 30 Gum Opium, powdered. . . _ _ . . _ . 
Glass and Emery Paper. . . . . ., .. 20 81.35 per lb. 
Glass, Plate, not C'oloured, in Gum Upium, prepared for smok- 
panes of not over 12 square ing-... . ... ......... .$5 per Ib 
feet each, 4 ets. per square ft., Gum, opium (drug), 81 per lb.. 
and \\ hen hevelled, 2 cts. per Gums, Assafætida, Camphor and 
sq. ft. additional ... ........ others n.e.s.. .. . . .. ... ...... 20 
Glass, German looking glass, un- Gunpowder, Gun, Rifle,Sporting, 
silvered....... . ........ .. 17! Cannon and Musket, Canister. 
Glass, Plate, not coloured, in 3c. per lb. 
panes of over 12 and not 0\ er Gunpowder, blasting and min- 
30 sq ft. 6c. per S4. ft., when ing .. .. .... ....2 cents per lb. 
bevelled, 2c. per sq. ft. add'!.. Guns, Rifies and Muskets ...... 20 
Glass, Plate, in panes over 30 Gut and Worm Gut, manufac- 
under 70 sq. ft., Sc. per sq. ft, tured or unmanufactured, for 
when bevelled, 2c. per sq. ft. whip and other cord. . . . . . .. .. Free 
additional .................. Gutta Percha clothing or cloth- 
Glass, Plate, in panes O\'er 70 sq. ing- made waterproof with 
ft. \Ie. p. sq. ft., \\ hen be\-elled Gutta Percha. _ _. ..... . _... 35 
2c.per sq. ft. additional.. .... Gutta Percha, crude .......... Free 
Glass, Silvered ................ 2i! Gatta Percha, manf. of. . . . . . . .. 25 
Glass, silvered, bevelled. . . . . . .. 32! Gypsum,crude (sulphate of lime)Free 
Glass,all other, and manufac- 
tures of, n.o.p., including bent 
plate glass .................. 20 
Glazier's hacking- and putty 
knives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Gloves and 
Iitts, of all kinds.. 35 
Glue, sheet, broken sheet and 
ground _ _ _ . . . . . . . .. 25 
Glue, liquid.. . . . . .. .. .. . . .. ... 25 
Glu('ose and Glucose Syrup, 1tc. 
per Ib .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gl) cerine.. . . . . .. .. .. . . .. .. . . .. 2n 
Goat Hair, unmanufactured.. .. Free 
Gold Beaters' moulds anti skips Free 
Gold Laces, Gold and SiJver 
Cloth or Thread. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Gold and Silver Bullion, in Bars, 
Blocks or Ingots, and Bullion 
Fringe . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . ., . . Free 
Gold and Silver Ware, plated, 
n.e.s ........................ 30 
Golrl Medals.. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . " 25 
Gold and Sih er leaf, and Dutch 
or schlag metal leaf.. . . . . . . .. 211 
Gold anti Sih"er, manufactures 
of, n.e.s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ 25 
Gongs for doors, as bells. .. _ _ _ 25 
Gooseberry bushes. . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 


Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, bu
 
not curled or other\\ise manu- 
factured .................... Free 
Hair, curled ............... 20 
Hair Cloth of all kinds . _ _. 30 
Hair 
Iattresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 30 
Hair, Plasterers' and manufac- 
turesof.n.e.'i.............. _.20 
Hair Oils, Pomatums and Pastes, 
and all other perfumed prep. 
arations used for the hair 
mouth and skin. . . . . . . _ . . . _ .: 30 
Hair Pins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. . . " 30 
Hammers, Blacksmith Hammers. 35 
Hammers. other, n.e.s... _ .. . _. 35 
Hammocks ami lawn tennis nets 
and other like articles manu- 
factured of twine, n.e.s ...... 30 
Hams, salted, dried or smoked. 
2 cts. per lb. 
Harness and &'1fldlery of e\'ery 
description, and parts of same 30 
Hatchets, n.e.s................. 35 
Hat Boxes .......... ... . . . . " 30 
Hat Covers of rubber.. _ _... _.. 2j 
Hats, caps and bonnets, n.e.s.... 30 
, Hatters'bands, bindings, tips and 


:ij! c. ad val. 
sides, lining.., both tips and 
sides, hat s\\eats, when im- 
ported by hat manufacturers 
for use in their factorIes in the 
manufacture of hats._... _ _. _ . Free 
Hatters' plush, of silk or cotton, 
and furs, not on the skin. ., .. Free 
Hay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 per ton. 
Hemlock, Bark.. ........ .... .. Free 
Hemp Paper, made on four- 
cvlinder machines and calen- 
d'ered to between .006 and .008 
inch thickness. for manufac- 
ture of 8hot shells. primers for 
the manufacture of shot shells 
and cal-tridges and felt board, 
sized and hydraulic pressed 
and covered with paper or 
uncovered for the manufac- 
ture of gun-wads, when such 
articles are imported t>y the 
manufacturers of shot shelld, 
cartridges, and gun-wads to 
be used for these purposes 
only in their own factories; 
pro\ ided alwa) s that the said 
articles \\ hen imported shall 
be entered only at 8uch port 
or ports as may be named by 
the Controller of Customs and 
at no other place.......... _ . Free 
Hemp undressed .............. Free 
Hemp, manufactures of, n.e.s_.. 2. 
Hickory Spokes, rough turned, 
not tenoned, mitred, throat- 
ed, faced, sized, cut to length, 
round tenoned or polished .. Free 
Hides, raw whether dried, salted 
or pickled .................. Free 
Hob Nails. . . . . _ 30 
Hoes, . .. ....... ... .. .......... 35 
Holly.. . . . . .. . . . . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. 20 
Honiiny, in bbls., 40 cts. per bbl. 
Honey, in the eomb or other- 
\\ ise, and .Id ulterations and imi- 
tations thereof .. 3 cts. per lb. 
Hoofs. horns and horn tips _ _ . Free 
Hoop Skil'ts & similar Koods,n.e.s. 32l 
Hops, 6 cents per Ib.. ......... 
Hop extract and hop roots..... 20 
Horns, in the rough ......... . Free 
Horn Strips .............. __. ..Free 
Horse Clothing, shaped, n.o.p., 
5c. per lb. and. . _ . . . . . . . .. 3() 
Horse clothing of jute, shaped or 
otherwise manufactured.. _ _.. :3. 
Horses, n e.s................... 20 
Hosiery, of :Silk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
House Furnishing Hardware, 
rated according- to material. 
Hubs, rough hewn or sawn only,Free 
H \"Iun Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
H)'drants, Yalvesand Watergates 
(iron). ... _.. 27ð 
Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Free 
Ice Boxes.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 3. 
Illuminating Oils, com posed 
wholly or in part of the pro- 
ducts of petroleum, coal, shale 
or lignite, costing more th.m 
30c. per gal "_... _ _ _ _. _ _ . . . .. 25 
Incense__.. _ _ _ __ _ . .... 20 
Indian Corn of the varipties 
known as U Southern \\ hite 
Dent Corn," or horse tooth 
ensilllf{e corn, and .. \\ estern 
Yellow Dent Corn," or hOlse 
tooth ensilage corn, when im- 
porteù to he SO\\ n for soiling 
anù ensila!!c only.. .. .. .... _ Free 
Indian Corn, í! cents per bush.. 
Indian Corn 
Ieal. Wc per bbi. 
IndianCorn and Corn \1 eal, when 
damaged h
 water in transitu 
on appraised value. . " , " " _ . . .. 
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qj! c. ad val. 
India Rubber Boots and Shoes 
with tops or uppers of cloth or 
of material other than rubber. 30 
India Rubber Boots and Shoes 
and other manufactures of 
India Rubber, n.e.s .. _ . . . . . .. 2f: 
India Hubber Clothing, or cloth- 
ing made waterproof with 
India Rubber. n.e.s . . . . . . . . .. 35 
India Rubber Hose, Belting, 
Packing, Mats and Matting, 
and Cotton, and Linen Hose, 
lined with rubber.. .' ........ 32l 
India Rubl,er, unmanufactured. Free 
India Hutber, Crude and Hard 
Rubber in sheet.., but not fur- 
ther manufactured, and re- 
covered Hubber and Rubber 
substitute .. _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Indigo .. _ _ . . _ _ " _ . . . . . . .. . . . . . _ Free 
Indigo Auxiliary or Zinc Dust.. Free 
Indigo Paste and Extract of. . . . Free 
Infants' Food, all kinds. . . . . . . .. 30 
Ink, for \\ l"Ïting . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. 20 
JnI.., for Pl'inting- . . . .. . . .. .. .. 20 
Inkstands, n.e.s.... ........... 30 
Insect PO\HIH, n.e.s.. . . . . _ . . . .. 20 
Iodine, crude _ ................ Free 
Iodine, resublimed. . . _ . ., 211 
Iris, IJrris Root... _ . . . _ . . . _ _ _ . Free 
Ising-lass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Iron Sand or Globules and Dry 
Putty, fOl' polishing granite. .. 20 
Iron Borings ............. _ . . . . Free 
Iron Liquor, solution of acetate 
of iron for d) eing- and calico 
printing ... . . . . . . . _ . . . _ . . . Free 
Iron, Ilxide of, dry . ...... .. " .. 25 
IRO
 & STEEL & MA
LFAC. OF:- 
Adzes ....................... 35 
Anchors ................... . Free 
Angles, rolled iron or steel 
Ang-les, Channels, Structural 
Shapes and Special Sections, 
weighing-le!;s than 35 Ibs. per 
lineal 
 d., 3;; ,but not less 
than ::10 per ton. 
Angles, rolled iron or steel an- 
gles, channels and special 
section!', weighing not less 
than 35 Ibs. per lineal yard, 
and rolled iroll or steel 
beams, joists, girders,column 
sections, trough sections, and 
other huilding or bridge 
.structural sec.tions, weighing 
not le!"s than 
5 Ihs. per 
lineal 
.ard, and rolled iron 
or steel bl'irlge plat,e not less 
than 
 of an inch thick, nor 
less than 15 inches wide, and 
flat eye bar hlanks, not 
punched or drillerl. . .. . . . . . 121 
Angles for iron or composite 
ships or vessels.... .. . ... Free 
Axes, chopping axes.. .. .. . _ _ _ 35 
Axes of all kinds, Adzes, 
Hatchets, andHammers, n e s 35 
Axles, springs and parts there- 
of, axle bars and axle blanks 
of iron or steel for railway or 
tramway \ehicles, B
O per 
ton, but not Ie"'" than .. . . .. 35 
Axles, springs and parts there- 
of, axle bars and axle blanks 
of iron or steel, not else- 
where specified, lc. per lb. 
and..._ ... .... 20 
Balances..................... 30 
Bars, Crowbars .............. 30 
Bar Iron, rolled or hammered, 
compo roullcls, squares, and 
bars alld shapes of rolled 
iron or steel, not more than 
four inches in diameter, alld 
flats not thinner than No. 16 


CANADIAN TARIFF OF CDSTO!llS. 


qj! c. ad val. 
gauge, whether in coils, 
bundles, rods or bars, n.e.s., 
$10 per tOll ............... 
Barbed Wire Fencing of iron 
or steel.. _ .. ì pent IJer lb. 
Steel rails. weighing not less 
than 45 Ibs. per lineal yard, 
for use ill railwa
' tracks; 
but this item shall not ex- 
ten1 to rails for use in the 
tracks of railwa,"s used or 
intended for prhate pur- 
poses only, nor shall it ex- 
tend to rails which are not 
used or intended to be used 
in connection with the busi- 
ness of common carr) ing 
of either goods or passengers 
nor shall this item extend to 
rails for use in the tracks of 
street railways or tranl\\ ays. Free 
Iron or steel rail\\ a) bars or 
rails of an,\' form, punched 
or not punched, n.e.s., for 
railwa,\ s, which term for the 
purposes of this item shall 
include all kinds of railways, 
street railwa\"s and tram- 
ways, even -although the 
same are used for private 
purposes only, and even al- 
though they are not used or 
intended to be used in con- 
nection \\ith the business of 
common carrying of goods 
or passen
,..ers ... . . . . . . . _ . .. 30 
Boiler tubes of wrought iron or 
steel, including corrugated 
tubes or tlues for marine 
boilers.. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 
Bowls for ('ream Separators, 
steel . _ . . . . . . _ _ _ " _ . . .. .... Free 
Bolts with or without threads 
or nuts, and bolt blanks, 1c. 
per lb. and...... .. .. ... . ... 20 
Bridges, iron alld structural 
iron works, 30 per cent., but 
not less than lc. per lb. 
Bridge Plate not less than 
ths 
of an inch thick, nor less 
than 15 inches wide. _ . . . . .. 121 
Canada plates. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 5 
Cast Iron Vessels, Plates, 
Stove Plates and Irons, Sad 
Irons, Hatters' Irons, Tailors' 
Irons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 271 
Casting-s, othH, n. e. s., iron.. 25 
Chain fraces, iron. . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Chains, iron or steel, /1; of an 
inch in diameter. . . 5 
Chains, other, n.e.s. ......... 271 
Clock Sprinb"S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Clock Springs and Corset Steels 
to be flat wire of steel of 
No. ]6 gauge or thinner, 
to be used in the manufac- 
ture of dressed stays, crino- 
line and corset .... ire; steel 
of No. 20 gauge and thinner, 
but not thinner than No. 30 
gauge, to be used in the 
manufacture of corset steels, 
clock springs & shoe shanks, 
when imported by the manu- 
facturers of such articles for 
use in their factories. . . . . . . Free 
Crowhars . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . .. 30 
Crucible cast steel wire. . _ . . . Free 
Crucible 
heet Steel, 11 to 16 
gauge, 2! to 18 in. wide, 
when imported hy manufac- 
turers of mower and reaper 
knives for the manufacture 
of such knives in their o\\n 
factories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Wrought Scrap Iron and Scrap 


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qj! c. ad val. 
Steel, being waste or refuse 
wrought iron or steel, fit only 
to be re-manufactured, the 
same having been in actual 
use, not to include cuttings 
or clippings which can be 
used as iron or steel without 
re-mallufacture, and st,eel 
bloom ends and crop ends of 
steel rails, ::<3 l)er ton; and 
on and after the first day of 
Janual'y, IS!);', ::<4 per ton. 
Iron or Steel, being pieces, 
punchings, or clippinJ,'s of 
boiler plate or other plates, 
sheets or bars of iron or 
steel, whether the same have 
had the rag-ged or cropperl 
ends or edg-e
 sheared off or 
not, and crops from iron or 
steel rails having both ends 
sawn or !->heared off, the same 
not having- been in actual 
u
e and being fit for re- 
rolling- or re-manufacture 
only, ::;:4 per ton. 
Eng-ines, Locomoti\'e. . - . . .. 35 
Engines, Stel\1ll Engines, boil- 
ersand machinery, composed 
wholly or in part of iron or 
steel, n.e.s. ................ 27
 
Fencing, Buckthorn and Strip, 
iron or stc"el, l cent per lb. 
Ferro l\lang-anese, Ferro Sili- 
con, Speig-el. . . . .. .. __ . . . . . . 5 
Files ånd Hasps.... .. ...... J:; 
Filps. Steel, for the manufac- 
ture of, when imported by 
file manufacturers for use 
in their factories.. . . .. .. .. . Free 
FishPlates, llai1w'y Fish Plates 
and Tie Plates, 810 per ton. 
Forg-ing-s of iron and steel, of 
whate\'er shape, or in what- 
ever stage of manufa<'ture, 
n.e.s., 35 per cent., but not 
less than :-:15 per ton. 
Forks, table, cast iron, not 
handled nor ground or other- 
\\ ise further manufactured.. ] 0 
Furniture of any material. . .. 30 
Garden Rakes, Hay linives, 
Scythes, Lawn :\Iowers, 
Rakes, n.e.s., pronged Forks 
of all kinds and hnes.."" _ 35 
Hinges, T and strap, ami Hinge 
Blank, Ie. per lb. and.. . . .. 20 
Hollowware, of cast or wrought 
iron, n. e. S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 27l 
Hollowware, enamelled... .. .. 35 
Horse Shot's. and horse shoe 
nails. ........... . __ . . ... 30 
Hoop Iron, not exceeding- thrt'e 
eig-hths of an inch in wiclth 
and being No. 25 gauge or 
thinner, usee! for the manu- 
facture of tubular rivets. _ Fl"t,e 
Iron or Steel Sheets, Hoops, 
Bands and Strips, n. e. s., 
other iron or steel of all 
widths -;heet iron, common 
or black, smoothed, polished, 
coated or gah"anized, and 
Camvla plates, No. 17 gauge 
and thinner. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . 5 
Iron or Steel Hoops, Bands and 
Strips 8 inches and less in 
\\idth, No. 18 J.,rauge and 
thicker........ .::.10 per ton. 
Iron or Steel Plates or :;;heets. 
sheared or unshearpd, and 
skell' iron or steel, sheared 
or rolled in groO\ es, and iron 
or steel of all widths thicker 
than Ke. 17 gauge, n.e.s, 
. . . . . .. . . :-:IU per ton. 



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59 



 c. ad val. 
Iron or Steel Ingots, Cog-ged 
Ingots, Blooms and Slabs, 
billet.. and puddled bars, 
loops or other fonns less 
finished than iron or steel 
bars, but more advanced 
than pig iron, except cast- 
ings............ .
5 per ton. 
Iron or Steel Beams, Sheet's, 
Plates, Angles and Knees, 
for iron or composite ships 
or ve>!Sels .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Ironl\IastBfor .ships, or parts of Free 
Wrought Iron or Steel Nuts 
and
 Washers, iron or steel 
rivets, bolts with or without 
threads, nut and bolt 
blanks, less than 
 of an 
inch in diameter, 1c. per 
lb. and.. _. ............ 25 
Wrought Iron or :steel :Nuts 
ami Washers, iron or steel 
rh'ets, bolts with or without 
threads, nut. and bolt and 
hinge blanks, n. e. s., and T 
and strap hinges,lc.p.lb. and 20 
Iron, all articles rated as iron 
or manufacture of iron fiihall 
be charg-eable with the same 
rate of (Iut.\" if made of steel, 
or of steel and iron com- 
bined, unless otherwise pro- 
vided for. 
Knife Blades or Knife Blanks 
in the rou;:-h, for use by 
elect.ro-platers .. . . . . . . . . . .. 10 
Knives, H,eapers and :\Io\\ers' 
Knives.. _ _ _ _.. _.... ........ 20 
Locks.. .. _..., ............. 32l 
Locomotive and Car Wheel 
Tires of Steel, in the rough. Free 
Manufactured articles of iron, 
brass or steel which at the 
time of their importation 
are of a class or kind not 
manufactured in Canada, 
imported for use in the con- 
struction or equipment of 
ships or vessels. . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
ManufaC'tures, Articles, or 
Wares not specially enumer- 
atE'd or pro\ ided for, com- 
posed wholly or in part of 
iron or steel, and whether 
partly or wholly manufact'd. 27l 
!flattocks .. . . . . . . _ .. ........ 35 
Nails and Spikes, \\ rought and 
prE'ssed, galvanized or not, 
Horseshoe Nails, and all 
other Wrought Iron or Steel 
Nails, n. e. s., and Horse, 
Mule or Ox Shoes.......... 30 
Nails, cut Nails and Spikes of 
iron or steel, including rail- 
road !'pikes .... . . 
e. per lb. 
Nail Rods, Hwerlish rolled 
iron, under t in. in diameter, 
for the manufacture of horse 
shoe nails and Swedish 
rolled iron,rods, under ,\ in. 
in diameter and of not less 
thanl}<'.pE'rlh.\alue.._.15 
Nails, composition, spikes and 
sheathinl-(" nails. ........... 15 
Nam!! Plates, enamelled...... 35 
Needles, steel, \iz., Cvlinrler 
Needles. Hand Frame Need- 
les !lnd Latch Needles.. .. .. 30 
Needles, steel, n.o.p. .... .... 30 
Other Steel, n.e.s. ........... 2ï! 
I'ickR, mattocks, gruh-hoes, 
adzes, hatchets, and eves or 
poles for same, and tòols of 
all descriptions, n.e.s...... 35 
PiR" Iron, Iron Kentledge and 
Scrap Iron...... &! per ton. 


w. c. ad val. 
Pipes, cast iron, $10 per ton. 
but not less than. . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Planing Mills and parts of in 
any stage of manufacture. .. 30 
Plates, Scraper Plates. . . . . . .. 27! 
Plates eng-ra \ erl on steel. . . 20 
Plates, Steel Plates, less than 
30 inches wide and not less 
than ì of an inch thick. . . . .. 12
 
Plates, cast-iron plates, and 
stove plates, and irons, sad 
irons, hatters' irons and 
tailors' irons. _ . _ _ _ . . .. 2ì! 
Plate, Canada Plate. _ _ _ . . . . 5 
Plates, Saw Plates, cut to shape 
only,not otherwise man'f'd. _ Free 
Plough Plate, mould boards, 
an<l land sides, and other 
plates for agricultural im- 
plements, whim cut to shape 
from rolled plates of steel, 
but not moulded, punched, 
polished or othen\ ise manu- 
factured and being of a 
gre3ter value than 4c. a lb. . 
P 0 r tab I e StE'am Engines, 
Threshers, Separators, Horse 
Power, Portable Saw :\Iills 
and Planing :\Iills, and parts 
of............. _. __... _ _.. _ 30 
Puddled Bars, S5 per ton. ... 
Pumps of all kinds and wind 
mills ...................... 30 
Railway Bars and Rails, iron 
or steel, for railways and 
tramway!". (See Steel Rails.) 
Rivets, iron or steel, Bolts 
with or without thread.., or 
nut or bolt blanks. (See 
wrought iron or steel nuts, 
etc.) 
Rod!!, of steel, rolled, under 
half an inch in diameter, or 
under half inch square, im- 
portE'd by knob or lock 
manufacturers, or cutlers, 
for use exclusively in such 
manufacture in their own 
factories. . _ _ _ _ . .. .. .. .. . . . . Free 
Rolled iron tubes, not welded, 
under It inch in diameter, 
Angle Iron, 9 and 10 gauge, 
not over I! inch wide, Iron 
Tubing-, lacquered or hrass 
covered, not over I! inch 
diameter, all of which are to 
be cut to lengths for the 
manufacture of bedsteads, 
and to be used for no other 
purpose; when imported for 
the manufacturers of iron 
bedsteads, to be used for 
these purposes only, in their 
own factories, until such 
time as an\" of the said 
artieles :ue lilanufactured in 
Canada.. .. .. __ _ ... Free 
Rope, Raw Hide, as Belting, 
being so used .............. 20 
Safes. doors for safes and 
vaults, ,>cales, halances and 
weighing beams of iron or 
steel ...................... 30 
Saws of all kinds ...... .. 32l 
Scrap iron and scrap steel, okl, 
and only fit to he remanufac- 
tured, heing part of or re- 
covered from an\" vessel 
wrecked in water silbject to 
the jurisdiction of Camv1a.. Free 
Screws, commonly called Wood 
Screws. 
2 inehes or over in lenbrth, 3 
cents per iiJ.............. 
1 inch and less than two 
inches in length, 6c. per lb. 



 c. ad val. 
Less than 1 inch,8c. per lb., 
l)rovided that the duty shall 
not be less than 35 per cent. 
Screws, iron, steel, brass, or 
other metals, n.e.s.. . . . . . . .. 30 
Scythes.... ................. 35 
Sheet Iron, common or black, 
No. 17 g-au:re and thinner. . 5 
Sheet Iron Signs, not framed. 25 
Sheet Iron. (See iron or steel 
sheets, etc.) 
Sheet Iron, for iron or compo- 
site ships. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . Free 
Sheets, Crucible Sheets, steel, 
11 to 16 gaug'e,2
 to 18 inches 
wide, importe.-l by manufac- 
turers of mo\\er and reaper 
knives for manufacture of 
such knh es in their own fac- 
tories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Shoes, horse, mule and ox 
shoes. , . . . . . . . . .. ......... 30 
Shovels ami spade;;, shovel and 
spade hlanks. ami iI'on or 
steel cut to shape for tõame, 
50c. per doz. and _ _ _ _ _ _ . .. 25 
Skates, 10 cents per pair and.. 30 
Skates, steel for, valued at 2! 
cE'nts per lb. and over - . . . . . Free 
Sledges...... ...............30 
S t e el s, table and butchers' 
steels... ............ ... . 35 
Steel of No. 12 !!auge anrl thin- 
ner, but not thirmer than .No. 
30 gauge, importerl by manu- 
facturers of buckle clasps 
and ice-creepers, to be used 
in the manufacture of such 
articles onlv in their own 
factories ..:.., . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Steel for the manufacture of 
Hammer,>, .Au!{
rs, and Au- 
ger nits, \\ hen imported by 
the Manufacturel's of such 
articles for use in their own 
factories onh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Steel, 
os. 24 ånrl 17 gauge, in 
sheets 63 inches long and 
from 18 inc'he.. to 32 inches 
\\ irle for the manufacture of 
Tuhular Bow Soekets, when 
imported by the Manufac- 
turers for their own factories 
only ........ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Steel, manufactures of. or parts 
of iron and parts steel, n.e.s. 271 
Sto\'es .,. " ... ... . _. . ... ... _ 2ìl 
Sto\ e Plates .. _ 27l 
Swords. _ . . . . -- .. -- .. .. .. 271 
Wedges. . _ . . _ . . _ _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _ . .. 30 
Iron and manufac'tures of, or 
part iron or part steel, n.e.s. _. 27! 
Strips speci..lIy imported for 
the m,llIufacturt' of huck- 
thorn and plain strip fencing 
for use in th,'ir factories. .. Free 
Tacks, cut, brads or sprigs, not 
exceeding" 16 OUlH't'S to the 
thousand, I! cts_ per 1,000. 
TaC'ks, shoe, ! to 4 oz. to the 
thousand, Ie. per thousand. 
Tacks, C'ut, hrads or sprigs, ex- 
ceeding 16 ounces to the 
thousanrl, I! cents per lb... 
Track tools, wedges, crowbars 
and sledg-es.. , . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Traps. ...:.. .. _...... ..... 27l 
Tubinq, \\ roug-ht iron, OVE'r 2 
inches diameter. . _ _. ...... 15 
Tubing, of lap-welded iron, 
threaderl and coupled or not, 
one and one-quarter to two 
inches incl'lsive in diameter, 
for useexclusivel\'Ín artesian 
wells, petroleum: pipe lines 
and petroleum refinel'ies .. .. 20 



60 


CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTO!\IS. 


[1897 


'IJ! c ad val. 
Tubes not welded nor more 
than Il inch in diameter of 
rolled steel ............... 15 
Tubes or pipes, other wrought 
iron or steel, I
 of one cent 
and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Washers, n.e.s., Ie lb. and_ .. 20 
Provided that on all iron and 
steel bars, roJ.s, strips, or 
steel sheets of whatever 
shape, ami on all iron or 
steel bars of irregular shape 
()r section, cold rolled, cold 
hammered or polished in any 
way, in addition to the 
.rdinary process of hot roll- 
ing or hammering, there 
shall be paid one-shth of one 
cent per pound in addition 
to the rate imposed on the 
said materials. . . . . . . . . . . . 
And pro\ ided, further, that all 
articles rated as iron or 
manufactures of iron shall 
be ehargeable with the same 
rate of duty if made of steel, 
vr of steel and iron combin- 
eel, unless otherwise special- 
ly provided for. 
Ivory Knives and Folders and 
fancy manufactures. . . . . . . . .. 35 
Ivory and Ivory Nuts, unmanu- 
factured and Yeneers, sawn 
onl) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. Free 
Ivory Veneer, other............ 20 
Ivory, manufactures of, n.e.s.... 20 
Ivory Vaccine Points. _..... _.. . Free 


Jack ScrewBof everydescrip- 
tion, n.e.s.. . . . . . . . . _ _.. _ . . _. 35 
Jalap Root.... ...... .. .. ., .. . . Free 
Jams, Jellies, and Preserves, 
31 cts. per Ib . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Japanned and Stamped Tinware, 
&c......... .................25 
Jerseys, ladies', 5 cts. per lb. 
and . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . _ . . . .. 30 
Jewellerv and manuf:l.ctures of 
gold and silver........... _.. _ 25 
JewsIlarps........ ...... ... 35 
Junk, old. . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ., Free 
Jute and Jute Butts. .. . . . . . . .. Free 
Jute, carpeting ormatting&mats 25 
Jute Cloth, as taken from the 
100m, neither pressed, mangl- 
ed, calendered, nor in any way 
finished ... __ . ... ........... Free 
Jute, coloured fahrics, part C'ot- 
ton yarns or other material.. 30 
Jute, manufactures of, n.e.s.... 20 
Jute Yarn, fiax or hemp, plain, 
dyed or colored, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
carpets, rugs, mats, jute web- 
bing or cloth, and twines, for 
use in their own factories. . . . Free 


Kalnlte, or German pota.sh 
salts for fertilizers. . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Kelp .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. ... Free 
Kerosene and Coal Oil fixtures 
or parts thereof. . . _ . . . . .. . .. _ 27! 
Knives, o.vster kni\"es..... ...... 35 
Knitting l\Ia('hines . . . . . . . . . . . ., 2n 
Knitting- Keedles and Machine 
Needles and needles of all 
kinds ............ .. . . . . . . ... 30 
IlrJolite or Cryolite ........... Free 


Labels, for fruit, vegetables, 
meat, fish, C'onfectionery, and 
other g-oods, also tickets, 
posters, - ad \'ertising hills and 
folders, whether lithog-raphed 
or printed, 15 cts. per lb. and. 25 


:w c. od val. 
Lac-Dye, crude, seed, button, 
stick and shell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Lace.., boot, shoe and stay. . . . .. 30 
Laces, braids, fringes, emhroi. 
deries, cords, tassels, and 
bracelets elastic round or flat, 
including garter elastic, braids, 
chains, or cords of hair; lace 
collal'S and all similar goods, 
lace nets and nettings of 
cotton, silk, linen or other 
materials, table cloths and cur- 
tains, when made up trimmed 
or untrimmed, and belt.. of all 
kinds. . . . . . . . . .. ........... 30 
Lamb and Sheep Skins, tanned 
dressed, waxed or glazed..... 171 
Lamp Refiectors. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ., 30 
Lamp Shades, made of paper. .. 35 
Lamp Wicks. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Lamp Rprings. . . . . . ...... ...... 10 
Lamp Black and Ivory Black... Free 
Lap Robes, rubber. . . . .. . 35 
Lard and Lard compound, and 
similar substances, cottolene 
and ani.ual stearine of all 
kinds, n.e.s. 2c. per lb...... 
Lard Oil............... ....... 20 
Lastings, mohair cloth, or other 
manufactures of cloth when 
imported by manufacturers of 
buttons for use in their own 
factories and woven or made in 
patterns of such size, shape or 
form, or cut in such manner as 
to be fit for co\ ering buttons 
eJl.cl ush ely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
La\'a, unmanufaetured........ . Free 
Lava, manufactures of, fancy. ... 35 
Lead, bars, Mocks and sheets, 
60 cts. per 100 Ibs. . .. ........ 
Lead, old scrap and pig-, 40 cts. 
per 100 Ibs................... 
T.ead pipe and shot, -h of a cent 
per lb., and ................. 25 
Lead, Kitrate and Acetate of. 
not g-round .................. Free 
Lead Pencils of aU kinds. in wood 
or other\\ ise . . _ .......... _ _. 25 
Lead, manufactures of, n.e.s. ... 30 
Leather, upper, including don- 
gola, cordo\an, kid, lamb, 
sheep, kangaroo, alligator, 
chamois, and calf dressed, 
waxed or glazed............ 17! 
Leather and skins, n.o. p., tanned, 
belting leather, and sole leather 15 
Leather Belting or other material 
n.e.s ..' . . . . . .. ........ .... 20 
Leather Board and Leatheroid 
and boot and shoe counters 
made therefrom. . . . . . . . .. ... 20 
Leathers, Glove, when imported 
by glo\.e manufacturers for 
use in their factories in the 
manufacture of glo\ es, viz., 
lamb, kid, huck, deer, ante- 
lope and water-hog, tannl'd 
or dressed, coloured or un- 
coloured. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . .. 10 
Leather, }Iorocco Skins, tanned, 
but not fmther manufact'd . .. 15 
Leather, Patent, Japanned or 
enamelled,and 
Iorocco leather 22! 
Leather, Sole, tanned, but rough 
or undressed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 10 
Leeches .. ....... . . . . . . . . . Free 
Lentils, Fref'h ...... __ . .. . .. . .. 25 
Lime .Juice and Fruit Juices 
containing not more than 
twenty-five per cent. of proof 
spirits, (jOc. per gal.; when 
more than 25 per cent., $'2 
per goal. ....... . - . . . . . . . . . . . 
Lime Juice and other fruit juices, 
n.o.p........ ................ 20 


:Wc. ad. val. 
Lime Juice, Crude only.. ..... . Free 
Linle. . . . .. .................... 20 
Lillie. Chloride of. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Free 
Linen, damask. ............... 25 
Linen Canvas, when to be used 
for boats and ships sails. _ . . .. 5 
Liquorice Paste............ _ . _. 20 
Liquorice Root, not ground .... Free 
Liquorice, stick or roll ... .... 20 
Litharge ...................... Free 
Lithographic Presses .......... 10 
Lithographic Stones, not en- 
g-ra\'ed .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ." _ 20 
Litmus and all Lichens, prepared 
and not prepared ... . . . . . . . . . Free 
Lcbsters, pre
rved .. .. .. .. .. " 25 
Lobsters. ali\.e.. __.... .... 20 
Locks, other, n.e.s . . . . . . . . . . . .. 32! 
Locomoth'es and Railway Pas- 
senger, Baggage and Freight 
Cars, being the property of 
railway companies in the U. S. 
running upon any line of road 
crossing the frontier so long as 
Canadian locomoth'es and cars 
are admitted free under similar 
circumstan<,es into the U.S., 
under regulations to he pre. 
scribed b
' the Controller of 
Customs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Locust Beans and Lo<,ust Bean 
Meal ......... .............. Free 
Logwood, Fnstic, Oak and Oak 
Bark, extracts of ...... .. . . . . . Free 
Logwood, <,ompound extraet of.. 20 
Log's and r'd unman. tim'r, n.e.s.Free 


Mace and Nutmegs...... 25 
Mdocaroni and Yermicelli. . . . .. 25 
Machines,Dating .............. 27! 
Machinery, n.e.s......._........ 27. 
Machinery, Mining and Smelting, 
imported prior t.o the 16th day 
of May, 189û, which is at the 
time of its importation of a 
class or kind not manufactured 
in Canada.................. . Free 
Madder and M unjeet. or Indian 
Madder, grollnd and prepared, 
and all extraets of ...... . . . . Free 
l\Iag-ic Lan terns and slides there- 
for, philosophical, photo- 
graphic, mathematical and 
optical instruments, n.e.s .. . 25 
Magnesia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 20 
Magnesia Fluid ..... .......... 50 
Malt, upon entry for Warehouse, 
subject to Excise Hegulations, 
15 cents per bush. . . . . . - . . . . .. 
)Ialt, extra<,t of, (non-alcoholic) 
for medical purposes, n.e.s.... 25 
Manganese, Oxide of _......... Free 
Mangles .......... __ . . .. . -- - -- 27! 
Manilla Hoods. .. .. . . ... ...... 20 
\Iantels, Slate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
.\Ianures, Guano, and other man- 
ures ........................ Free 
\[anuscripts & Insurance Maps.. Free 

Iaps, Charts, for the use of 
schools for the blind, and 
Globes, Geog-raphi<,al, Topo- 
graphical, and A stronomi('al , 
n.p.s... .. . ... .... .. .... ..... . Free 
Marble Blocks from the quarry, 
in the rough ., . . . . . . . . . . Free 

Iaple Sug-ar. .. . . . . .. .. . . ., . . .. 20 
Marble Blocks and Slabs, sawn 
on more than two sides ...... 20 
)Iarhle Slabs, sa\\ n on not more 
than two sides. ............... 10 

Iarble, finished, and all manufs. 
of, n. e.s. __ ...... _... .. .. .. .. 30 
Matches, wax or wood . . _ . . .. 25 
)Iattressps, hai r, spri ng and other 30 
Matting, Cocoa ........ . . .. . . . - 25 
Meats, fresh, n.e.s., 3 cts. per lb. 



1897] 


CAKADIAX TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 


úl 


'iíJ c. ad ral. 
.Meats, canned, and canned poul- 
try and game and soups. . . . .. 25 
bleats, extract of fluid beef not 
medicated ............... . 25 
Meats, n.e.s., 2c. per lb., when 
in barrel the barrel to be free. 
Meat StutIers. . .... .. ...... .. .. 2ï
 

Ieats, Poultry and Game, n.o.p. 20 
Meats, Mutton and Lamb, fresh. 35 
Medals, gold or silver.. _. . _ _. ... t5 
Medals, German or nickel silver. 25 
Medals, bras.
, bronze, or plaTed. 30 
Medicines, Patent, Proprietary, 
\'iz : all tinctures, pill s, 
powders, troches or lozenges, 
syrups, cordials, bitters, ano- 
dynes, tonics, plasters, lini- 
ments, salves, ointments, paste, 
drops, waters, eSt5ences, oils, 
and all medicinal, chemical 
and pharmaceutical prepara- 
tions, when compounded of 
more than one substance, 
n.o. p., all liquids, 50 per cent.; 
provided that this item shall 
not be held to include drugs 
and preparations recognized 
by the British and the United 
States Pharmacopæia and 
French Code\: as officinal. 
Medicines, Patent, all other,n.e.s. 25 
All me d i c i n a I preparations, 
whether chemical or other- 
wise, usually imported with 
the name of the manfr., shall 
have the true name of such 
manfr., and the place where 
they are prepared, perman- 
ently and leg-ihly affixed 
to each parcel, by stamp, 
label, or otherwise, and all 
medicinal preparations imp. 
without such names so 
affixed shall be forfeited. 
Yeerschaum, crude or raw. . . . . Free 
Menageries, horses, cattle, carri- 
ag-es and harnesses of, under 
regulations preseribed by the 
Controller of Customs.. .. ,. . . Free 
Mercury or quicksih'er....... _ . Free 
Metal Composition, n_e.s.. . . . . .. 20 
Metal, yellow metal in bars, 
bolts, and for sheathing. . " . . Free 
Mica........................... 20 
:Microscopes ................ . . 25 
Milk food and other similar pre- 
parations . . . . . . .. ....... _ . .. SO 
Milk condensed, 3}c. per lb.; 
Coffee condensed with :\Ii1k... 30 
Mill board, not straw board..... 10 
Mineral Waters, natural, not in 
bottles . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . Free 
Mineral Waters, n.e.8........... 20 
Mineral and Bituminous sub- 
stances, n.e.s................. 20 
Mineralogy Specimens .. . . . . . . . Free 
Models (orig-inal) of Inventions 
and other Improvements in the 
Arts; but no article or articles 
shall be deemed a model which 
can be fI tted for use. . . . . . . . . . Free 
1tlolasses, produced in the pro- 
cess of the manufacture of 
cane sugar from the juice of 
the cane, when imported in 
the original packages from 
the district where produced 
in the country where the cane 
was grown, and which has not 
been subjected to any process 
of treating or mixture after 
leaving the country from 
which originally shipped. 
(a) Testing by polariscope, 
forty degrees or over, a 
specific duty of Ii c. p. gaL 


qjJ c. ad val 
(b) When testing less than 
10 degrees, and not less 
than 35 degrees, a specific 
duty of Ii cts. per gallon, 
and in addition thereto 1 
cent. per gallon for each 
degree or fraction of a de- 
gree less than forty degr'es 
The packages (when of wood) 
in \\ hich imported to be in 
all cases e\:empt from duty. 
:\Iola!'ses, g-ates.... ... _.... .... 2ï! 
Molasses and Syrups of all kinds, 
n.o.p., the product of the 
sugar cane or beet root, n.e.s., 
and all imitations thereof or 
substitutes therefor, ic. per 
pound. 
1\Ioss, Icelarld and other Mosses, 
and seaweed and seagrass, 
crude or in their natural state 
or cleaned only ... ..........Free 
:\Ioss, other, n.e.s. .... _....... .. 20 
Mouldings, of wood, plain.. . . . .. 20 
Mouldings of wood, gilded or 
otherwise further manuf. than 
plain . _ . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . .. .. 21) 
Mowing Machines, self-bindin
 
harvesters, han'estel"ii without 
binders, binding attachments, 
reapers, sulky and walking 
ploughs, harrows, cultivators, 
seed drills and horse rakes... 20 
Muslin, plant bed muslin, white 
cotton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., 25 
Music, printed, bound or in 
sheets, 10c per lb. .. .. . . . . . . 
Musical Instruments, n.o.p...,.. 25 
Musk, in pods or in grains..... . Free 
Mustard Cake.. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 15 
Mustard, g-round .............. 25 
Mustard, French mustard,liquid, 
as sauce..................... 35 


Naptha, wood naptha or wood 
alcohol, $2.2f1 per imp. gaL... 
Naptha, n.e.s., 6c. per imp. gal. 
Needles, Knitting.. .. , ..... .... 30 
Needles, Steel, all other.. .. .... 30 
Newspapers or supplemental edi- 
tion!' or parts thereof, partly 
printed and intended to be 
completed and published in 
Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Newspapers and quarterly, 
monthly and semi-monthly 
:\Iagazine
, and weekly literary 
papers, unbound........... . Free 
Newspapers and 
Iagazines, if 
bound ........... .6c. per lb. 
Nickel .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Nickel Anodes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 10 
Nickel and German Silver, manf. 
of, not plated. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
if plated .................... 30 
Nitrate of Soda or CuÞic 
itre. . Free 
Nitrite of Soda ........ . . . . . . . . Free 
Nitrate of Lea(), not grouml. . . . Free 
Nitro-Glycerine..... .4c. per lb. 
Noils, being the short wool 
\\hich falls from the combs in 
worsted factories. . . . . .. ..... Free 
Numbering' Machines, not to be 
classed with ptg. presses,to pay 27i 
Nuts, shelled, n.e.s. . .5c. per lb. 
Nuts, Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil 
Nuts, Pecans and shelled Pea- 
nuts, n.e.s........ .3c. per lb. 

uts, Cocoa........ ..$1 per 100 
Nuts, Cocoa, when imported 
direct. . . . . . . . . . . .50c. per 100 
Nuts, all kinds, n.o.p., 2c per lb. 
Nutgalls .:...... .... .... ..Free 
Oakum...,.... _..... .......Free 
Oak Bark.. .. ... . .. .. .. .... .. .. Free 


qjJ c. ad val. 
Oats, 10 cts. per bush. . '" . . .. . . 
Oat Flour .............. _ . " . .. 20 
OatmeaL.. _.... .... .. .......... 20 
Oil, Aniline, crude. . . . . . . . . _ . Free 
Oil, Coal, Illuminating Oils com- 
posed wholly or in part of the 
products of petroleum, coal, 
shale or lignite costing more 
than 30c. per. gaL........... 25 
Oil, Coal ami Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, Naptha, 
Petroleulll and products of, 
n.e.s., 6 cts. per Imp. gal. ... 
Oils, Petroleum, Crude, fuel and 
gas oils (other than Naptha, 
Benzine or Gasoline, when 
imported by manufacturer.! 
other than refiners) for use in 
their factories for fuel pur- 
poses, or for the manufacture 
of !;"as, 3c. per gallon..... . . 
Oil, Carbolic, or heavy oil.. . . .. Free 
Oil, Castor .................... 20 
Oil, Cod Liver.,.............. _. 20 
Oils, Cocoanut and Palm, in their 
natural state ................ Free 
Oil, Colza.. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. .. .. 20 
Oil, Flax Seed or Linseed, raw or 
boiled.. ............... _ _.... 20 
Oil, Hair, perfumed............ 30 
Oil, Lard Oil....... .. .. .. . .. . ... 20 
Oils, Lubricating, composed 
wholly or in part of petroleum, 
costing less than 25c. imp. gal., 
6c. imp. gal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Oils, Lubricating', all other..... 25 
Oils, N eatsfoot ... . . . . . . . . . . . _. 20 
Oil, Olive, for manf'g purposes. Free 
Oil, OlÏ\'e, prepared for Salad 
purposes .......... _. ........ 30 
Oil, Sesame seed............... 20 
Oil, Tallow. . . . . . . . . .. . _ 20 
Oil, all other, n.e.s............. 20 
Oil Cake and :\leal, Cotton Seed 
Cake and :\Ieal, Palm Nut Cake 
and !'Ileal................... Free 
Oil Cloths and silk India rub- 
bered, flocked or coated with 
ruhber, n.o,p. ............... 2ïi 
Oil Cloth, table and shelf, en- 
amelled floor, cork matting or 
carpet, and linoleum 30 per 
cent., but not less than 4c. per 
square yard.............. _.._ 
Oiled paper............ . . .. ... 36 
Oleo-Stearine and Degras \\ hen 
imported by manufacturers of 
leather for use in the manu- 
facture of leather in their 
factories .................... Free 
Opium (crude), $1 per lb. the out- 
ward ball or co\'ering to be 
free of duty... . .. .. .... .. .... 
Opium, prepared for smoking, 
$5 per lb. . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. 
Opium, powdered, :81.35 per lb. 
Optical Instruments, n.e.s...... 25 
Oranges, Lemons. and J.imes in 
boxes of capacity not exceed- 
ing 2l cb. ft., 25 c';s. per ho... .. 
In half boxes, capacity 11 cb. 
ft., 13 cts. p{'r hox . . . . . . . . . . . . 
In cases and all other packages 
10 cts. per cb. ft. capacity. . . . 
In bulk., $1.50 per thousand. . . 
In barrels not exceeding in 
capacity that of the 1(j6 Ibs. 
fionr barrel, 55 cts. per hbl. . . . 
Ores of metals, of all kinds .. .. Free 
Organs, Cabinet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Organs, sets or parts of sets of 
reeds for Cabinet Organ. 25 
Organs, Pipe Org-ans............ 25 
Ornaments of alabaster, spar, 
am?t;r and terra cotta, or com- 
positIon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 35 



62 


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[1897 


1jJ c. ad val. 
Oi!liers ...................... _ . Fre{' 
Osiers and Willow Furniture.. " 30 
Ottar of Hoses, and Oil of Roses.Free 
Oxide of Copper, mack and Pla- 
tinum, for use in the manufac- 
ture of Chlorate............ .Free 


Pails, tubs, churns. brooms, 
washboards, pounders aJ1d 
rolling pills............... .. 20 
Paints and Colors, ultra marine 
blue, dry or in pulp, metallic 
colors, viz; oxides of cobalt, 
copper and tin, n.e.s. ........ Free 
Ochres, Ochl'e
' earths, ra\\ 
siennas and colors dry, 
n. e. s. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . ... 20 
Oxides, dry fillers, fire-proofs, 
umbers, and burnt siennas, 
lI.e.s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _. 25 
Fire-proof Paint, dry _ _ . _ _. 25 
PáInts and colors, rough stuff 
and fillers, lI.e.s. .... _ . . .. 25 
Ground in spirits and all 
spirit varni!\hes and lac- 
q
lers .... :;::1.12: per. gal. 
Pans Green, dry. . . " . . . . . .. 10 
Dry White and Red Lead, 
Oran
e mineral and Zinc 
white .,.. _ _ " . . . .. . . . . .. [, 
White Lead in Pulp, not 
mixed with oil....... _ . ., 25 
Painters' metalg-raining combs.. 35 
Painters pallet knives .. . . . . . . .. 35 
Paintings in Oil or Water Colors, 
by artists of \\ ell-kno\\ n merit, 
or copies of Old 
laster8 by 
such artists. .. .............. Free 
Paintings in Oil or Water Colors, 
production of Canadian artists. Free 
Paintings, prints, engra\ings, 
drawings ami building plans, 
photographs and pictures, 
n.e,s. " .. .... .. .... .. .. .. .... 20 
Palm Leaf, unmanufactured... . Free 
Palm Leaf, \\ hen manuf., n.e.s. 20 
Paper Weights, glass. . . . . . _ . ... 30 
Paper Cutters & Printing Presses 10 
Paper Hag-s, plain, n. e.s... .. .. .. 2':; 
Paper Bo'\es, with chromos, but 
without an
. printed matter, 6 
cts. per lb. and .............. 20 
Paper Boxes. labelled, empty, 15c 
per lb. :md ............. .... 25 
Paper, dra\\ ing, mounted, ena- 
melled or Parchment " .. _ _ .. 35 
Paper Hangings, all other, and 
borders, per roll of 8 yds and 
under, and proportionately for 
greater lengths. 1 
 c. per roll and 25 
Paper, Wall, not including 
borders, printed on plain 
ungrounded paper, and 
colored wit.h al1\' material 
except bronze, giit or flitter 35 
Paper files, clips. _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Paper !llache, manufactures of.. 35 
Paper of all kinds, fl.e.S . . . . . . .. :/5 
Paper kites, as to.\ s ........... 35 
Paper, ruled, oiled or waxed. . .. 35 
Paper, Tarred ". _ . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Paper. Union Collar Cloth,in rolls 
or sheets, not g-lossed or finishe:i 15 
Paper, Union Cloth, in rolls or 
sheets, g-lossed or finished _ . . _ 20 
Paper, filter paper, in sheets.... 25 
Paper, fiy paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Paper Letters, gummed, plain, 
or colored, in bulk .......... 35 
Paper Letters, gummed, put up 
in envelopes, \\ ith printefl des- 
criptionsfor special advertising 
purposes, signs or labels, 15 c. 
per lb. and .., ..... ........ 2f. 
Paper Sacks or hags of all kinds, 
printed or not.. .. . . .... ... ... 25 


1ft? c. ad val. 
Paper \\aste or clippings. _.., _ . Free 
.Paper, pressed, ill sheets...... _. 35 
Pa.per, Glazed, Plated, Marbled, 
Enamelled Paper, and Card 
Board, similarly finished, !J.e.s. 35 
Paper, manufactures of, includ- 
in!;" ruled and bordered papers, 
papeteries, boxed papers and 
envelopes and BIank Books _. 35 
Parasols. (See Umbrellas.) 
Passover Bread for free dh;tribu- 
tioll among the Hebrew com. 
munity in cOllnection with 
their relig-ious rites.... . Free 
Patterns of brass . _ . . . . . . . . . . .. :;0 
Patterns of iron. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . _ 27l 
Paving hlocks, made from slag of 
blast furnace ................ 20 
Peaches, n.o.p., the weight of 
the package,to be included in 
the weight for duty. .1c. p. lb. 
Peach Trees ......... .3c. each. 
P{'ars, green fruit _ . . . . . . .. .... 20 
Pear Trees of all kinds. .3c. each. 
Peas, IOc per bush............ 
Pearl, mother of, not manu- 
fl\ctured ................. _ _..Free 
Pearl card eases. . . . . . . , . . . . . _ _. 35 
Pead Collar Buttons or Studs as 
jeweUery . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . _. 25 
Pearl, manufactures of, fancy.. 35 
Pelts, raw .................... Free 
Pencils, Lead, wood or otherwise 25 
Pencils, slate .. . . . . " . . . . . . . . ., 25 
Penholders, wood .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Pens, steel, 27!. p.c.; gold... . . _. 20 
Pen racks, iron .......... _ _ . _ _. 27i 
Perfumery, inclurIin!.:' toilet prep- 
arations (non-alcoholie), viz;- 
Hair oils, tooth and other 
po\\ders and washes, poma- 
tums, pa'!tes and all other per- 
fumed preparations used for 
the hair, mouth and skin.... 30 
Perfumed Spirits in bottles or 
fiasks not weighing more than 
4 ounces . . . . . .............. 50 
Perfumed Spirits in bottles, flasks 
or other pa.c'kages, weig-hing- 
more than 4 oz., 82.25 per i.1!.& 40 
Persis or ext. An.hm and Cudb'r.Free 
Petroleum, crude, fuel and gas 
oils (other than Naptha., Ben- 
zine or Gasoline), when im- 
ported hy manufacturers 
(other than refiners), for use 
in their factories for fuel 
purposes, or for the manu- 
facture of gas, 3c. per gal. 
Petroleum. (See Oils) 
Pheasants for irnpro\'m't of stock. Free 
Pheasants, other. _ . . . . . .. ..... 20 
Philosophical Instrumenti!l and 
Apparatus, not manufa(.tured 
in the Dominion, ami when im- 
ported hy or for the use of 
universities, colleges and 
s('hools, and s('ientific societies Free 
Philosophical, Photographic, 
Optical and 1\1 athemat.ical In- 
strmnents and Apparatus, 
D.e.S.. .................. . 25 
Phosphorus, . . .. . . _ . . .. ,. Free 
Phosphor Bronze in blocks, bars, 
sheet and wire. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 10 
Photog-raph Albums............ 3" 
A Ihums, insides of paper. . . . . Free 
Photographers' albumenized 
paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Photographic Dry Plates....... 30 
Piano covers, ruhber ami cotton 2ï! 
Piano Stools. _ _ _ _ . . . . . _ 30 
Pianofortes _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . 35 
Pianofortes, parts of ...... _ . _. 25 
Pickers, raw hide, for cotton 
looms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 


'tiJ c. ad val 
Pickles, 
aU('es and Catsups, 
including Soy. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _. 35 
Pictorial illustrations of insect.s, 
&c., when impOited by and for 
the use of L'Olleges and schools, 
scientific and literary socie- 
ties ........ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Picture &; Photographic Frames, 
of an) material ...... 30 
Picture Nails.. .... . 32i 
Pieturt's, framed...... 30 
Pillows and Bolsters........ .... 30 
Pins, manufactured from wire of 
any metal ................... 30 
Pipe Clay, unmanufactured " . . Free 
Pitch, Burgundy. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . Free 
Pitch (pine) in packages of not 
less than 15 gaL....... _ _ _ . _ Free 
Pitch (pine) other. . . . .. - .. 20 
Pitch coal, for roofing - - . . . .. . Free 
Pitch, bone, Crude only. . . . . _ _ _ Free 
Plaits, straw, Tuscan, grass, chip, 
manilla, cotton and mohair. . Free- 
Planing 
Iills and parts of, in an.y 
stage of manufacture. _.... _ _ _ 30 
Plants, viz :-Fruit shade lawn 
and ornamental trees, 
hrubs 
and plants, n.e.s ........ _ . .. 20 
Plaster of Paris or Gypsum, 
ground not calcined . . . . . _ . _. 16 
Plaster of Paris, calcined or 
manufactured, 40c. per barrel 
of 300 Ibs. . .... .... .... .. .... 
Plasters, medi('ated, all kinds. . _ 25 
Plated Ware and Gilt Ware, of all 
ki"ds, whether plated whony 
or in part.. _ . . . .. ........... 30 
Platinum and Black Oxide of 
Copper for the manufacture 
of Chlorate............ _ . . . . . Free 
Plates, engraved on wood, steel 
or other metal, and tmnsfers 
taken from the same. . . .. . . .. 20 
Playing Cards. . . . .. 6c. per pack 
I'lum Tree
, of all \inds. .3c. ea. 
Plumbago, crude. ............. 10 
Plumbago, all manl's of, n.e.s.. 25 
Plush, of cotton........ ....,.. 30 
Plush, Silks, other.. .. .. .. . . ... 30 
Pocketbooks and Purses.. . . .. .. 30 
Pomad
s, French or flower odors, 
preser\'ed in fat or oil for the 
purpose of conserving the 
odors of flowers "hich do not 
bear the heat of distillation, 
when imported in tins of not 
less than 10 Ihs. each. . . . . .. .. 1:) 
Pomades, all others. . . . . . ., .. ., 30 
Pop Corn, in cakes or halls.. .. 35 
Porcelain Ware. n.e.s........ .., 30 
Porcelain Shades_. .. " ...... _.. 30 
Po r tab I e maehines, portable 
steam engines, threshers and 
separators, horse powers, port- 
able saw mills and planing 
mills and parts thereof in any 
stage of manufacture.. . . . . .. 30 
Potash, muriate and bichromate 
of,crud(.... ............. ..Free 
Potash, Chlorate of, in crystals, 
or ground on I) , when imported 
for manufacturing purposes 
only ........................ Free 
PotllSh, Genuan Mineral. .. .. _ Free 
Potash, red and yello\\ prusbiate 
of .... _ .................. _ . Free 
Potatoes, sweet, 10 cts. per bush. 
Pork, barrelled in brine, 2c. per 
Ib, Barrels containing same 
to be free of duty. 
Potatoes, other. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Poultry and Game of all kinds. .. 20 
Precious sf.ones, in the rough. . . Free 
Precious Stones, also imitations, 
polished, but not set or other. 
wise manf., n.e.s.. ...... _ _ _. _ _ 10 



1897] 


CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTO
[S. 


6
 


'Ii! c. ad val. 
Printing presses and printing 
machines, such only as are 
used in newspaper, book and 
job printing offices; folding 
machines and paper cutters 
used in printing and bookbind- 
ing establishments, and litho- 
graphic presses. . . . . _. .. . . . . .. 10 
Prunella ........ ............. Free 
Pulp, wood .. . . . . . _ .. . . . . . . . . ., 25 
Pulp of grasses.. ...... .. . . . . . . Free 
Pumice or Pumice Stone, ground 
or uw-round. .. ............. FreE' 
Pumps,
all kinds'-. _ _..... _..... SO 
Pump3, Steam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Putty. ........................ 15 
Putt)", dry, for polishing granite. Free 
Quills, in nat. state or unpl'd.Free 
Quills, other. . . . . ., . . . . ... . . . . .. 20 
Quince Trees of all kinds. .3c. ea. 
Quinine, sulphate of, in pJwder.Free 
Rags of cotton, linen, jute, 
hemp and woollen, paper waste 
or clippings, and waste of any 
kind except mineral waste. . . . Free 
Rag'S from Europe, except Great 
Britain, Prohibited.. . . . . . . . . . 
Railway Rugs of all materials.. 30 
Raisins, 1c. per lb. . . . . . . . . - . . . . 
Raspberry and Blackberry bushes 20 
Rattans and reeds manf. or 
partly manL . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . .. 17 
 
Rattans and reeds in their natural 
state ...... _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Free 
Red Liquor for d
 g. & calico ptg. Free 
Refrigerators .. .. .. . . . . .. . . . ... SO 
Rennet, raw, or prepared. . . . .. Free 
Resin,in pkgsnot less than 100lbsFree 
Resin or Rosin Oil. . .. ........ Free 
ttesin, other, n.e_s.. .. . _....... _ 20 
Ribbons of all kinds and ma- 
terials ...................... 30 
Rice, uncleaned, unhlllled or 
paddy, ÿ"'" of a cent per lb., but 
not less than ........ _ . . . . . .. 30 
Rice, other '. . . . . .. . . l!c per lb. 
Rice and Sag-o Flour and Sago.. 25 
Rice, when imported b) makers 
of rice starch, for use in their 
factories. . . . i of a cent per lb. 
Rope, Iron Wire... . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Rope, or Corrlage, 11c per lb. and 10 
Roots, medidnal, viz: Aconite, 
Calumba, Ipecacuanha, Rhu- 
barb, Sarsaparilla, Squills, 
Taraxicum and Valerian .... Free 
The !'ame ground or powdered 20 
Rose bushes . . . .. _ ......... 20 
Rotten Stone ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Rove, when imported for the 
manufacture of t\\ ine for har- 
vest binders. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . , .. 10 
Ruling Pens.. .. ..... .. ........ ]0 
Rye, (see grain) 10 c. per hush. 
Rye Flour, 50 c per bbi. 
Saccharine or any product 
containing 0\ er one-half of one 
per cent thereof .. .. . . .. .. 20 
Saddlers' Soap . _ . . . . _. . .... 25 
Saddlery of every description.. 30 
Saffron and Safflower, and ex- 
tract of, and Saffron Cake.. .. Free 
Sago........................... 25 
Sago Flour. . ...... . ........ '" 25 
Sails, for boats and ships, a1so 
tents and awnings.. .. ... .... 25 
Sal-AmmoniaC' and Sal-Soda. Free 
Saleratlls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Salt. imported from the rnited 
Kin/.,.-dom or any Britbh pos- 
seSSIOn, or impOl"ted for the 
use of the sea or gulf fisheries, 
n. e.s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 


v c. ad val. 
Salt, fine, in bulk, and course 
salt, n.e.s.. . . . . .5c per 100 Ibs. 
Salt,in bags,bbls.,or other pkgs., 
7!c per 100 Ibs. [Pckg-s. same 
duty as if imported empt).].. 
Saltpetre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . .. .. Free 
Sa1t Cake,sulphate of soda)crude. Free 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . _ . . . ., .. '. . _ Free 
Sand, colored.......... .. . . " .. 20 
Sand Cloth. .. . .' .............. 20 
SJ..nd c iron) or gloIJules for polish- . 
lI1b' gramte. . . . . . . ... ........1' ree 
Sancl, Glass, Flint and Emery 
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 
Satchels ................ . . ... 30 
Sateens, for use of cor!>et manu- 
facturers, etc.. . . . . . _ . . . . .. 25 
Sauces, Catsups amI Pickles, in- 
cluding Soy ................. 35 
S:tusage Casings, n.e.s.......... 2" 
Sausage SkinsorCasings.not cl'd.Free 
Saw dust, of the following 
\\oods :-amaranth, cocoboral, 
boxwood, cherry, chesnut, wal- 
nut, j!;umwood, mahogany, 
pitch pine, rosewood, sandal 
wood, sycamore, spanish cedar, 
oak, hickory. whitewood, Afri- 
CR.n teak, black heart ebony, 
lignum vitæ, red cedar, red- 
wood, satin wood, "hite ash, 
persimmon and dogwood .... Free 
Scales, and Weighing Beams.. .. 30 
Scenery, Theatrical and other. 20 
School Ink Wells....... __..... _ 30 
School bags. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Screws commonly called wood 
screws.2 in. antI over in length, 
3c p('r lb.. .. . . . . .. . . . .. .. .. . . 
1 in. and less than 2, 6c per lb. 
Less than 1 in., 8c. per lb. 
provided that the duty 
shall not be less than 35% 
Screws of brass, or other metals, 
n.e.s ........................ 30 
Screw Jacks of every rlescription 35 
Seeds - Beet, Carrot, Turnip, 
Annatto, Flax, )Iangold, and 

Iu"tarrl ......... ....... _ .. Free 
Seeds--Flower, garden. field and 
other seeds for agricultural or 
other purpose.'!, when in bulk 
or large parcels, n.o. p.. .. .. .. 10 
The same in small parcels.. 25 
Seeds-Aromatic, which are not 
edible and are in a crude state, 
and not a<h'anced in \ alue or 
condition by grindmg or refin- 
ing or by any other process of 
manufacture, Anise, Anise-star, 
Caraway, Cardamon, Corian- 
der, t:ummin, Fennel and Fenu- 
greek ...... ............... Free 
Seed Peas-imported from the 
United Kingdom for the pur- 
pose of seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Seedling "tock for grafting-, viz. : 
Plum, pear, peach and other 
fruit trees. . _ . . .. .... _ . . . . _. Free 
Senna leaves . . .. ............ Free 
Settlers' effects, viz.: Wearing 
apparel, household furniture. 
books. implements and to01s 
of trade, occupation or em- 
ployment, musical instru- 
ments, rlomestic sewing ma- 
chines, li\'e stock. carts and 
other vehiclp<; and agricultural 
implements in use by the 
settler for at least six months 
before his removal to Canada; 
not to include machinery, or 
articles imported for use in any 
manufacturing establishment, 
or for sale; also books, pic- 
tures, family plate or furni- 


:w c. ad val. 
ture, personal effects and heir- 
looms left by bequest; provid- 
ed that any dutiable article 
entered as settlers' effects may 
not be so entered unless 
brought \\ith the settler on 
his first arrÍ\'al, and shall not 
be sold or otherwise disposed 
of \\Ïthout payment of duty, 
until after twelve months' 
actual use in Canada: pro- 
vided also that under regula- 
tions made by the Controller 
of Customs,li\'e stock, when 
imported into ManitoLa or the 
North.West Territories by in- 
tending settlers, shall be free 
until otherwise ordered by the 
Governor in Council.. . . . . . . .. Free 
Sewing Machines, or parts of .. 30 
Shades, Glass and Porcelain. for 
lamps and gaslights.. .. .. .. .. SO 
Shawls and Travellin
 Rugs of ail 
kinds. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . 25 
Shawls, silk.................... 25 
Sheep, for imprO\'ementof stock Free 
Sheep Skins, tanned only... . . .. 15 
Sheep Skins, dressed and waxed, 
or glazed. . .. .. . . . . . . . . .. . ... Ii! 
Shellac, white, for manufacturing 
purposes .. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . .. . Free 
Shells of all kinds, unmanuf. . . . . Free 
Shells, manufactured, fancy. _ . 35 
Sheet Music, lOco per lb. ....... 
Sheet Iron Higns, not framed. . .. 25- 
Ships built in a foreign country, 
on application for Canadian 
register, except machinery.... 10 
Machinery on same. . . . . . . . _ .. 25 
Shirts costing more than $3 per 
doz., $1 per doz. and...... 25 
Shirts, n.e.s .. . .. ... _ ., _ 35- 
Shoemakers' Pitch and Wax.. 20 
Show C,lses...... ........... . 35 
Show Carris, framed.. . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Silex or Crystallized Quartz. . . . Free 
Silk, clothing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 32! 
Silk Hosiery, 10c. per doz. pairs 
and .. . . . . . . . .. ......... . 3.'}. 
Silk, raw, or as reeled from the 
l..'OCOOII, 1I0t being doubled, 
twisted or advanced in anv 
way, silk cocoons, and silk 
waste ............... .. _ . . Free 
Silk twist, sewing and embrOid- 
ery silk.. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . .. 25 
Silk, in the gum or spun, not 
more ad\'anced than singles. 
tram, and thrown orga.nzine, 
not coloured. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15- 
Silk Velvets and all manufac- 
tures of silk or of which silk is 
the component part of chief 
value, not elsewhere specified, 
except church \estmentlol ..... 30- 
Sih'er Leaf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
5 
Silver-plated Ware......... 30 
Skins, Bird, and skins of animals 
not nati\e to Canada for taxi- 
dermic purposes. not further 
manufactured than prepared 
for preservation .... ........ Free- 
Slates, roofing. 30 per cent.. pro- 
viderl that the dut) on roofing 
slate shall not exceed 'i5c. per 
square for black or blue slate, 
ami 9Qc. for slates of other 
colors. 
Slates. school and \\ riting. . .. 30 
Slate 
Iantels _.. ..... ... ...... 30 
Slate Pencils. . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . .. 25 

lates and manufactures of. n.e.s 30 
Slerlges. . . .. 30 
Sleighs .............. ......... 31) 
Soap, common or laundry, not 
perfumed..... ... .1c. per lb. 



64 


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[1t\97 


qjJ c. ad val. 
Soap, Castile, l'Ilottled or White, 
2c. per lb........ .. " .. .. .. .. 
Soap, n.e.s., pearline and other 
soap, powders, pumice, sih'er 
and mineral soaps, sapolio and 
other like artiPles........ .... 35 
Socks or Stockings of ('otton, 
wool, worsted, the hair of the 
alpaca g-oat or other like 
animal, lOco per doz. pairs and 35 
Soda Ash Caustic in drums; 
silicate in crystals or in solu- 
tion; bi('hromate nitrate or 
cu!}ic nitre, salsorla, sulphate 
of soda, arseniate, binarseniate, 
bisulphate, ('hlorate, chloride 
and stan nate of soda. . . . . . . . . Free 
Soda, Biearbonate of .. . . . . . . . .. 20 
Soda, Nitl"ite of. . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Solder. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Soups ... _......... 25 
Soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . .. .. 35 
Spectacles and Eye Glasses . . . .. 30 
Spectades, ami E.ye Glass 
frames, parts of. . . . . . . . . . . . _. 20 
SpeUer in blo('ks and pig-s...... Free 
Spermaceti. . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. 20 
Spices of all kinds, except Mace 
and Nutmegs, lInground...... 12! 
Spices, ground...... ..... 25 
Spices, 
Iace and Nntmegs.. .. .. 
5 
Spirituous or alcoholic liquors 
distilled from any material, or 
containing, or compounded 
from or with distilled spirits 
of any kind and any mixture 
thereof with water, for every 
gallon thereof of the strength 
of proof, and when of a greater 
strength than that of proof at 
the same rate on the increased 
quantity that there would be 
if the liquors \H're redu('ed to 
the strength of proof. When 
the liquors are of less strength 
than that of proof, the duty 
shall be at the rate herein pro- 
vided, but computed on a re- 
duced quantity of the liquors 
in proportion to the lesser de- 
gree of strength: provided, 
however, that no reduction in 
quantity shall he computed or 
mat1e on any liquors below the 
strength of 15 per c., unrler 
proof, but all such liquors shall 
be computed as of the st.rength 
of 15 per c. under proof as 
follows, \ iz :- 
Ethyl alcohol or the substance 
commonly known as alcohol, 
hydrated oxide of ethyl, or 
spirits of wine; gin of all 
kinds, n.e.s.; rum, whiskey, 
and all spirituous or alcoholic 
liquors, n.o.p. 
2.25 per gal. 
Am)l alcohol orfusil oil, or 
any substance known as 
potato spirit or potato oil, 
$'2.25 per gal..... ... -.. .. .. 
Methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, 
woòrl naphtha. pyroxylic 
spirit,or anysubstance known 
as wood spirit or meth.\'lated 
spirit; absinthe, arrack or 
palm spirit, brand)' including- 
artificial brand} and inJita- 
tions of brandy; cordials and 
liqueurs of all kinds. n.e.s. ; 
mescal, pulque, rum shrub, 
schiedam and otherschnapps 
tafia, angostura, and similar 
alcoholic bitters or bever- 
ages. ....... _.$2.25 per gal. 
Spirits and strong- waters of 
any kind mixed with any 


'Ii! c. ad val. 
ingredient or ingredients 
and bein.
 or known or de- 
signated as anodynes, elixirs, 
essences, extracts, lotions, 
tinctures,or medicines, n.e.s. 
$2.25 per gal. and.... ........ 30 
Alcoholic perfumes and per- 
fumed spirits, bay rum, col- 
ogne and lavender waters, 
hair, tooth and skin ,,'ashes 
and other toilet preparations 
containing spirits of any 
kind, when in bottles 01' flasks 
\H-ighing not more 4 oz. ea.. 50 
When in bottles, flasks or 
other packag-es weighing 
more t.han 4 oz. ea., :;;2.25 
per gal. and.. . . . . . . . . . . .. 40 
Nitrous pther, sweet spirits of 
nitre and aromatic spirits 
of amlUonia, :::2.25 per gal. 
and . . . . . . . . . .. . . ,_.. ..... 30 
Vermouth,containing not more 
than 3U per cent., and ginger 
wine, containing not more 
than 
6 per ('ent. of proof 
spirits, SOc. per gal. ; if con- 
taining- more than these per- 
centages, respectively, of 
proof spirits, :'12.25 per goal. 
In 1111 cases where the strength 
of any of the foregoing arti- 
cles cannot be correctly as- 
certained by the direct ap- 
plication of the hydrometer, 
it shall be ascertained by the 
distillation of a sample, or in 
such other manner as the 
Controller of Customs may 
direct. 
Sponges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Spurs and Stilts, used in the 
manuf:l.cture of earthenware. . Free 
Square Reeds and raw-hide cen- 
tres, textile leather or rubber 
heads, thumbs and tips, and 
steel, iron, or nickel caps for 
whip ends. when imported by 
whip manllfacf,ul'ers for use in 
the manufacture of whips in 
their own factories. . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Starch, including- farina, corn 
starch or flour, and all pl'epar. 
ations haviJlg the qualities of 
starch,I!c. per lb., the weig-ht 
of the package to be included 
in the weight for duty. 
Ster
otypes, see Electrotypes. 
Stones, Burr, in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured and not bounå 
up or prepared for bint1ing 
into millstone. , ... . _...... . .. Free 
Stone, roug-h Freestone, Flag- 
stones, Granite, Sandstone, 
and allimilding stone, (except 
marble) from the quarry, not 
hammered or chiselled.. . . . .. 20 
Stone, Granite, Flal.:"stones and 
Free!'tones, dressed, all other 
huilcling stone dressed, except 
marble, and all manner of 
stone, n. e. s. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3(1 
Stone, Lithographic, not eng'\'ed 20 
Stone, Grindstones, not mounted 
and not less than 12 inches in 
diameter, $1.i5 per ton. 
Straw and manufactures of, n.e.s. 20 
Straw Boards in sheets or rolls, 
plain or tarred, 3(1c per 100 Ibs. 
Sugar of l\Iilk. ................ 20 
Sug-ar of }Iilk Tablets, not fur- 
ther sweetened. . . . . .. . . . . . . _. 2û 
Sugar, glucose or grape sugar, 
I! cent per pound. 
Sugar, all aÞove No. 16, Dutch 
standard in color, and all re- 


':jIj. C. ad l'al 
fined sugars of whatever kinds, 
g-ra,tes or standards (the usual 
packages in which they are 
imported to be free, 1/0"c. per Ib 
Sugar, Maple " . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 20 
Sugar Candy, brown or white. 
and Confectionery, including 
sweetened gums, candied peels, 
ami pop corn, !c. per lb. ant1 35 
Sligar Beet Seed .............. Free 
Sulphate of Quinine (in powder)Free 
Sulphate of Iron (Copper.ts) and 
Sulphate of Copper (Blue Vit- 
(trol. . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . .. Free 
Sulphur and Brimstone, in roll 
or flour ....,................ Free 
Sulphuric Ether..... .5c. per lb. 
Surgical an!IDentallnstruments 
of all kinds .. . . . . . . .. ... _. 15 
Surgical belts or trusses and sus- 
pensory band
es of all kinds. 25 
S) rup, Glucose Syrup and Corn 
I Syrup, or any Hyrups contain- 
ing any admixture thereof 
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _1!0. per lb. 
Syrups-See Molasses. 


Tags, tin, for plug tohacco. . .. 25 
Tagging, lIIetal, plain, japanned 
or coated, in coils, not over I! 
inches in \\idth, when imp. by 
manufs. of Shoe and Corset 
Laces, for use in their factories Free 
Tails, undressed.............. . Free 
Tallow and Stearic Acid. . . . . . .. 20 
Tallow Oil. . . . . . . _. ...... . .. :10 
Tape Measures.. . . . . . .. 25 
Tapioca.....,........ .. 20 
Taraxicum Root. . . .. _ . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Tarpaulin, Cotton, plain or 
coated with oil, paint, tar or 
othpr ('om position . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Tar (Pine), in packages of not 
less than fifteen gallons each. . Free 
Tarred Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Tassels. ......:............. _. :m 
Teas and Green Coffees, import- 
ed direct from t.he country of 
growth and production..... Free 
(This item shall inclut1e teas 
and coffees purc"'ased in 
bond in any country where 
tea and coffee are subject to 
customsduty, provided there 
he satisfactory proof that 
the tea or coffee so purchas- 
ed in bond is such as might 
be enteret1 for home con- 
sumption in the country 
where the same is pur- 
chased.) 
Tea and Green Coffee, n.e.s..... 10 
Teasels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free 
Telephones and Telegraph In- 
struments; telegraph, tele- 
phone and electric lig-htcables; 
electric and galvanic batteries, 
electric motors, generators, 
dynamos, sockets and electric 
apparatus, lI.e.s.. ........... 25 
Telescopes..... .......... ..... 25 
Tents and Awning-s., .......... 25 
Terra Japonica, Gambier or 
Cutch .. .. ................ Free 
Terra Cott.a panels, mouldings 
and cornices... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3-0 
Terraline, Vases and Plaques 35 
Thermometers, all kinds ....... 25 
TprmAlba....... . ......20 
Thimbles, steel ., ... . .. .. 2i! 
Thim bles, tlrass................ 30 
Thread, Linen, n.e.s . _ . . . . . . .. .. 20 
Tin, in blocks, piJ..'8, bars & sheets, 
and plates and tinfoil and tin 
strip waste. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . Free 
Tin, Cr,\'stals and Tea Lead .... Free 



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65 


:w c. ad val. 
Tin Plates in sheets or strips, de- 
corated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Tin Whisk Holders, lacquered.. 25 
Tinned Iron Kettle Ears.. ...... 2ï
 
Tin" are stamped, japanned ware 
and galvanized iron ware. . . .. 25 
Tinware, and manufactures of 
tin, n.e.s ...... ..,.......... 25 
Tobac('o, Cig-ars and Cigarettes 
i2 per lb. and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Tobacco manufaC'tured and Snuff 
i!5 cts. per lb. and ...... .. . . .. 12l 
Tobacco, cut. . .45e. per lb. and 12! 
Toba('('o Pipes of all kinds, 
pipe mounts, cigar and cigar- 
ette hdders and cases for the 
same ........ . . . . . .. . _ . . . . .. 35 
Tools, mechanics' and edge tools 
n.e.s.. .... .. _. .... ... . ... .... 35 
Towels of every description..... 2j 
Towel racks and rollers. . . . . . ... 30 
Toys, all kinds and materials . .. 35 
Tracing Cloth, 30 per cent., but 
not less than 4c. persq_ yd. 
Travellers' Bag/,,'aI,"e, 'Inder regu- 
lations to be prescribed by the 
}linister of Customs. . . . . . . . . . Free 
Trees, n.e.s........_. ...Free 
Treenails. . . . . . . . . _ . _ . . . . . _ . . . . Free 
Tripoli. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
Trunks ............. . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Trunk Trimming"!!. . . . . . . . . . .. .. 30 
Turmeric.... _...... ...... __. . Free 
Turpentine, raw or ('rude. .. _ . . Free 
Turpentine, Spirits of. . . . . ... . . . 5 
Turtles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . Free 
Twine for harvest binders, of 
hemp jute, manilla 01' sbal, 
and of manilla and sisal mixed 12! 
Type, for printing. . . . . . . _ . . . . .. 20 
T) pe Metal. . . .. .............. 10 
Type Writer.. . . . . .. . . .. . .. . _ .. 27! 
T
 pewriters, Tablet!' with mo\- 
able figures, Geographical }Iap 
and }Iusicallnstruments, when 
imported b.r and for the use of 
'iChools for the blind, and be- 
ing and remaining. the sole 
propert
 of the governing 
bodies of said schools, and not 
of private indh-iduals, the 
above particulars to be \ eri- 
fied by ::!pecial affidavit on 
e.J.Ch entry when presented. . . Free 
Ultramarine Blue, dry or 
in pulp. ........ ...........Free 
Gmbrellas, Parasols and Sun- 
Shades of all kinds and ma- 
terials ........ . .. . . . . .. .. 35 
l'mbrella and Parasol, steel and 
iron or brass ribs, runners, 
rin/(s, ('aps, not('he::!, tin caps 
and ferrules, for the use of 
manllfaC'turers of umbrellas. . . Free 
Umbrella, Parasol, and Sunshade 
sticks or handles, in the rOIl
h, 
not further manufactured 
than cutinto suitable lengths. Free 
{;nenumerated Artides ...... 20 


Vaccine and Ivory Vac- 
cine Point::!. . ...... ....... .... Free 
"alerian Root. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Free 
"arnishes, n.e.s., 2Oc. per gal. 
and. . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . . . . . . ... 20 
'-amish, black and bright for ship 
use . ...... . . . . . . . . . .. ...... Free 
Yarn ish and Colours ground in 
spirits $l.g
. per gal. 
Ya>ieline, and all similar prepara- 
tions of petroleum for toilet, 
medicinal or other purposes. 35 
'ases, glass, plain or fancy .... 20 
Vases, China and Poreelain .... 30 
Y,"e", Earthermare. ..........30 
.) 


1!J c. ad val. 
Vegetables, when fresh or dry 
salted, n.e.s. ................ 25 
Vegetables, Sweet Potatoes and 
yam!!...... .. . .10c. per bush. 
Vegetables, Tomatoes, freeh, 2Oc. 
per bu::!h. and. _ .. . ........ 10 
Vegetables, Tomatoes and other 
vegetables, including Corn and 
Baked Beans, in cans or other 
packages, n.e.s. . . .1
c. per lb. 
the weight of the cans or other 
packages to be included in the 
weight for duty . .. . . . .. . .. . 
\' egetahles, Onioni!l, sets for plant- 
ing, not fit for table use ..... 20 
\'eheteens, and Cotton Velvets 
and Cotton Plush .. . . . . . . . . .. 30 
Veneers of '''ood, not O'Ver one- 
sixteenth of an in. in thickness. 5 
Veneers of Wood, not over 1-16 
of an inch thick, made from 
woods native to Canada.... .. 10 
'.elocipedes.... .. .. _... ... .... 30 
Veneel'S, Ivory, sawn only.... _ . Free 
Veneers, Ivory, other, n.e.s..... 20 
Vents, Fireclay Chimney Linings 
g-lazed or unglazed.. _ .. .... .. 35 
Verdigris orsub-ac'te cop'r(dry)Free 
Vinegar, 15c per imp. gal., of 
an.'. strength not exceeding 
the strength of proof, and for 
each deg-ree of strength in ex- 
cess of the strength of proof, 
..an additional duty of 2 cents. 
, ,ces . . . . _ . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ 35 


Wagon and Cart Bushes..... 35 
Wall Decorations, Lincrusta Wal- 
ton... .1
c. roll of 8 )ds and.. 25 
Walking Sticks and Canes of all 
kinds,n.e.s..._._...... 25 
Washing Cr
 stal .. .. ......... _. 20 
Watches . .. _... _. ...... .. .. 25 
Watch Ca..,es .................. 35 
Watch, composition metal for 
the manufacture of filled gold 
watch cases.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 10 
Watch Key!!, of brass. ......... 30 
Watch Keys, of steel. .. ... 27
 
Watch actions or mO\'ements .... 10 
Water 
Ieters..... ............. 30 
Wax, Paraffine, and Animal 
Stearine of all kinds, 2c. per lb. 
Wax, manufactures of, other. .. 20 
Webbing elastic.. . .. .... ......... 20 
Webbing, non-elastic........... 20 
Whale Bone, unmanufactured.. Free 
Whale Bone, manuf'res of, n.e.s. 20 
Wheat, 15cperbushel..... .... 
Wheat Flour. . . . . .75c per bbl. 
Wheel", parts of, Hubs & Spokes. 
in the rough....... _. . . . . '. . . Free 
Wheelbarrows and other like art. 30 
Whips, of all kinds, including- 
thongs and lashes. . .. ....... 35 
Whiting- or Whitening, gilden' 
Whiting and Paris White . _ . . Free 
Willow for hasket. makers .. . . . . Free 
Willow and Osier Works, n.e.s.. 25 
Window Curtain Poles.......... 30 
Window Blind Rollers, finished 
or mounted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35 
Windo\\ Shades, made of paper. 35 
Wines of all kinrls, exC'ept spark- 
ling wines, including orange, 
lemon, strawherry, rasp- 
h
rry, elder and currant, con- 
taining 26% or less of spirits 
of strength of proof imported 
in wood or bottles 2;;(' per I.G. & 30 
Wines for e\er) degree ahove 26 
up to 40 p. c., 3c more for each 
deg-ree of stren,:rth and. . . .. .. 30 
Champag-ne anrl all ot.her spark- 
ling \\ ines, in bottles contain- 
in
 eal'h not more than 1 'It. 


:jj! c. ad val. 
and more than 1 pt., $3.30 
per dozen bottles.......... . 
In bottles, containing not more 
than a pint and more than 
one-half pint, $1.65 per doz. 
In bottles, con
ainin!::" one-half 
pint each or less, 82c per doz. 
In bottles, containing more 
than one quart each 8hall 
pay, in addition to 
.30 per 
doz., bottles, at the rate of 
:::1.65 per gallon on the quan- 
tity in excess of one quart 
per bottle, the qu:uts and 
pints in each case being old 
wine measure; in addition 
to the aho\'e specific duty, 
there shall be an ad valorem 
duty of 3U per cent. .. .. . . .. 
Wire Cloth of brass or copper... 20 
Wire Cloth, iron or steel. . . . . . .. 30 
Wire, Iron or Steel, and all 
kinds, n.e.s.... ... ..... .. 25 
Wire Ferrules (Iron, or Steel).. 2ïi 
(Brass) ...................... 30 
Wire phosphor, bronze blocks, 
sheets and wire. . . . . . _ . . . . . . .. 10 
Wire, covered with cotton, linen, 
silk or other material. . . . . . . .. 30 
Wire Rigging for ships and \ es. 
sels ...... u.. . . . . " ........ Free 
Wire, Barbed Wire Fencing, fe. 
per lb.... .................... 
Wire, Buckthonl and Strip Fen- 
cing.. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 
c. perIb. 
Wire, Brass and Copper Wire 
twisted, when imported by 
manufacturers of boots and 
shoes for use ill their o\\n 
factories ... .. .. . . . _ . . . . Free 
Wire, Crucible Cast Steel... .. Free 
Wire of Iron or Steel, No. 13 
and 14 g-aug-e, flattened and 
corrugated, used with the wire 
g-rip mac.hine for the manufac- 
ture of boots, shoes and leather 
belting-, imported b.\ manufac- 
turers of sueh articles to be 
used for these purposes only iu 
their 0\\ n factories .......... Free 
'Vire Rods, Brass, Copper, Iron 
or Hteel, rolled round, under 

 an inch in diameter, when 
imported by wire manufac- 
turers making- wire for use 
in their own factories. . . . . . .. Free 
Wire, Soft Dra\\ n Bessemer 
spring steel wire of Nos. 10, 12 
and 13 gau
e, and Homo 
spring bteel \\ ire of 
os. 1] and 
12 ....uacre respectively when 
import
d by manufact
rers of 
\\ire mattJ"ai!lses, to be used in 
their own factories.... .. .. .. Free 
Wire, flat strip and flat steel, 
when imported into Canada 
bv manufacturers of buck- 
thorns, plain strip or other 
fencing, and safety barb wire 
fencing, for use in their own 
factories in the manufacture 
thereof. . . . .. ............... Free 
Wire 
ails .. .. ... 1c. per lb. 
Wire, hrass rods cut to special 
length. . . . . .. . . . .' . . . . .. ... 30 
Wire Hope, of iron and steel, 
n.o.p .. . .. . . . .. .... .. .. ... _ 25 
Wire Screw Hooks and E;)'es 
(iron). . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 27! 
Wire, Platinum Sheets; retorts, 
pans, condensers, tubing and 
pipe made of platinum, import- 
ed hv manufal't'ersofsulphuric 
acid for use in the manL or 
concentration of sulphuri(' 
acid. . . . .. . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . Free 



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CANADIAX TARIFF OF CUSTOl\IS-EXCISE TARIFF. 


[1xn7 


'tiJ c. ad val. 
\Vire work, and manfs. of Iron 
Wire, n.e.s....... _ __ __ _ ___. ,. 271 
Wood. Cord Wood. _. ... _ _._.. 20 
Wire Window Screens. . . . . . . . .. 30 
".ood Furniture, house, cahÏl1l't 
or office, including bedsteads, 
hair, spring and other mat- 
tresses. hoh,ters and pillows, 
and picture frames. _. .. .... .. 30 
Wood Caskets and Coffins. . . . .. 25 
Wood for fueL......__.. ....Free 
Wooden :\Iallets.. '. _ _ ..... is;; 
Wood Pumps.. .. __ . ... .... .... 30 
\V ood, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes amI 
parts of Wheels, roug-h hewn or 
sawn onlv...... . ..... ., ...... Free 
Wood, FelÌoes of Hickory rough 
fla\\ n tv shape only or rough 
sawn awl bent to shape not 
planpd, smoothed or otherwise 
manufactured. .. _ _. ... _ . _. Free 
Wood, Shingles.. .. .. .. _. " ... 20 
Wood, Pails, Tubs and Churns, 
brooms, washboards, pound- 
ers and rolling pins. . . . . . . . .. 20 
Wood Pulp.. .. " ............ '. Free 
Wood, manufactures of, n.e_s.. _ 25 
".ood, Lumberand Timber, man- 
ufactured. . . .. ... .... . _ _ 20 
',"ood, Lumber and Timber, 
planks and boards, Amar- 
anth, Boxwood, Cocoahoral, 
Rosewood, Cherr.,-, Walnut, 
Chestnut, Gumwood, 
Iaho- 
J!any, Pitch Pine, Redwood, 
:sandalwood, Sy('amore, 
pan- 
ish Cedar,O<lk, Hickory, White- 
\\oad, African Teak, Black 
Heart, Ebon,\', Ligon unn itæ, 
HedCedar.amI Satinwood,and 
\\ hite Ash, \\ hen not otherwise 
man. than rough Aawn or split; 
or creosoted, \ulcanized or 
treated by an,\ other preserv- 
ing process, and the wood of 
the Persimmon and Dogwood 
Trees, Hickory Billets, and 
Hickory Lumhersawn to shape 
for spokes of wheel.., but not 
further manL; and Hickory 
Spokes rough turned, hut not 
tenoned, mitred, throated, 
faced. sized, cut to length, 
round tenoned or polished. .. Free 
',"ood, Sawerl hoarrls, planks 
and deals planed or d.'essed on 
one or both sides, when the 
edges thereof are pointed or 
tongued and 
roo\'ed 
5 ((Ii 
valorem, provided that such 
]umher may he imported free 
of dut,\, upon proc'lamation of 
the GO\ eru'Jr in Council, which 
ma} he issued whenever it 


1!J c. ad val. 
appears to his satisfaction that 
similar lumber from Canada 
may be imported into the 
United States free of dntv. 
Wood, Logs, and round umilanu- 
factured timher. . . . .. . . . . . . . . Free 
Wool, anrl hair of the Alpaca 
Goat, Camel, unmanufa('tured 
and other like animals, not 
further prepared than washed, 
n.e.R .. . . . . . . . . . . . . " '" _ _ . . Free 
Wool and Woolen manf. of, com- 
posed whnllyorin part of Wool, 
Worsted hair of Alpaca Goat 
or other like animals, \ iz : 
Blankets and Flannels of every 
description, Cloths, Doeskins, 
Cassimere8, Tweeds, Coatings, 
0\ ercoatings, Felt Cloth, n.e.s. 
5c. per lb. and. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 
Wool and Woollens-All fahrics 
composed wholly or in part of 
wool, worsted, hair of Alpaca 
Goat, or other like animal, 
n.e.s .. _.... ................ 30 
Wool clot.hing, reaf],\'-made, and 
wearing apparel of e\ ery des- 
cription, composed whoUy or 
in part of wool, worbted, the 
hair of the Alpaca Goat or 
other like animal, n. o. p., 5c. 
per I b. and ., . __ . . . . . . . .. . . .. gl) 
Wool knitted good.;; of e\er,\' 
des('ription, including knitted 
underwear, n.e.s. ............ 35 
Wool, \ iz: Leicester, Cob", old, 
Lincolnshire, South Do\\ n 
comhing wools, or wools 
known as lustre wools. and 
other like comhing wools, 
such as are '{ro\\ n in Canarla, 
3 cts. per lb. ................, 
Woo] Hosiery, shirts, &c.. .. .... 35 
Wool Noils......... _........... Free 
Woollen Shawls and shawls of all 
kinds. . . .. _ _ . . .. .. ... _ . .. _ _ .. 25 
Woollen Socl,s and Stockings, 
10c. per doz. pairs, and.... _ _. 35 
Woollen Waste, fit on1,\' for the 
manufacture of paper.. . . . . . . Free 
Xyolite, or Celluloid, in sheets, 
lumps or bloc-ks, in the rough 
n.e.s.........:... _.. _ _. _ _'.. . Free 


Ya r n s, Cotton and Cotton 
Warps, d
 ed or undyed, n.e.R. 25 
Yarns, composed wholly or in 
part of wool, worsted, the hair 
of the Alpaca Goat, or other 
like animal, costing- 20c. per Ill. 
and under, 5c. per lb. and.... 
o 
Yarns, Woollen and Worsted, 
fI.e.s....... ............ .... 30 


'W c. ad vaL 
Yarn, jute, fla),. or hemp, plain, 
dyed or colored, when im- 
ported hy the manufacturers 
of carpets, rugs and mats, and 
of jute webbing or jute cloth, 
ami twines for use in their 
factories. _ _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free- 
Yun, srun from the hair of the 
Alpaca or Angora Goat, when 
imported b.\" manufacturer's of 
braids, for use exclusively in 
their factories in the manùfac- 
ture of such braids only, under 
such reg-ulations as may he 
adopted b
' the ControUer of 
C ustom
. . . . _ . _ . . . . . _ . . . . . . Free- 
Yarns, Cotton X o. 40 and finer. _ Free- 
Yarn of \\001 or worsted, \\hen 
genapped, dyed and finished, 
and imported I.)" the manufs. 
of braids, cords, tassels and 
fringes, for use in their fat'tories 
in the manufacture of such 
articles onlv . Free- 
Yarns, .\lohair.._.._...... ... Free 
Yeast, Compressed Yeast, not 
l over fifty pounds weight. the 
wei.c-ht of the packag-e to be in- 
cluded in the \\eig-ht for duty 
6 cts. per Ill.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 
Yeast CRkes and Baking Pow- 
ders, the weight of the pack- 
age to be included in the \\ eight 
of duty.. .. _ _ _ _ _ .6c. per lb. 
Yeast, Compressed, in bulk or 
mass of not less than fifty 
pounds.. .. .. . . .... 3c. per lb. 
Y ellow 
Ietal. in Bolts, Bars and 
for ::;heathing-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free- 
Zinc, Chlorirle, and Sulphate 
of . . . . . . . . . .. .. _ . . . . . . .. ... Free- 
Zinc, in blocks, pi!:,s and Sheets. Free 
Zinc, seamle..., dra\\ n tubing. . Free. 
Zinc, manufactqres of, n.e.s..... :?5 
Zinc, Dust................., . Free- 


All goods not enumerated as. 
charged with any dut). of Customs 
and not ðedareil fr('e of duty. shall 
be char;.:-ed with a duty of:!Ct për cent. 
ad valorem, when imported into 
Carmda, or taken out of warehouse 
for consumption therein. 


On imported Indian Corn, to be 
kiln-dried and )Zround into meal for- 
human food, or ;.rround into meal 
and kiln-dried for su('h use, under 
such rejrolations as may be made by 
the Go\.ernor in Council, there may 
he allowed a dra\\ -back of 90 per ct. 
of the dut
 paid. 


EXCISE TARIFF, CAN ADA. 


Spirits- 
When made from raw g-rain, l)er proof gaJl. . . . . 
'Yhen made from malted Lårley, " 
When made from molasses or other sweetened 
matter, per proof gall.... ........ 

Ialt, per lb.... ................. ... ............ 
Malt liquor, when made in whole or part from any 
other substance than malt, per gall. . _ _ 
Vinegar, per gall........ _.. _.". _ _. _'.. 
Tobacco, per Ib . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .......... 
Cigarettes, \\eighing not more than 3 Ibs. per 
I., 
per thousand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . 
Cigarettes, wei;.rhing- more than 3 Ibs. per }I., 
per thom;and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 


81 70 
1 72 1 
1 73 
o OI! 
o 10 I 
006 
025 
1 50 I 
600 I 


Tobacco, made from Canadia" leaf, per lb. . . . . . . 
Canada Twist Tohacco, per It. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 
Snuff, when ('ontainin
 not more than 40 per cent. 
of moisture, or when containing over 40 per 
cent.. of moisture alld put. up in packages of 
less than;) Ihs. pach. per Ib . _ . . .. .. _ _ . 
Snuff, moist when containing o\'er 40 per cent. of 
moisture :lnd when in pkgesof 51bs. and o\-er, 
per lb... _.. _................. ........ 
Cigar;:, from foreign leaf, per :II. . . . . 
Cil"ars, from Canarlian leaf, per :\1. . . . . . . .. ..... 
Cigars, from any leaf, when put up in pkges of 
Jess than 10 each, per 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


::'0 lib 
o Ob 


025 


o 18 
600 
300 
70l 



lR97] . 


THE FREXCH TRK\.TY. 


67 


THE FRENCH TREATY. 


(Circu!u,' f,'l111/ th" CUi/toms Departm
nt, dateil 14th October, 18:)5.) 
I heg- t,> sewI her
\Vith. for .\o.Ir inform'l.tion and guidance, teJo.t of a proclamation b.\" the Governor in Coun- 
cil, dated the 10th (11.y of October, 1895, declaring the provisions of the French Treat.} Act in force on, from and 
after the 14th October, 1895. 
You are hereby ad\ioerl that the said Act prO\.ides as Your attention is also directed to th? followin
 pro. 
follow", :- \ isions of .. An Act respecting Commercial Treaties 
.. Wines, sparkling and non-sparkling, common soaps, affectin!!' Canada," Chap. 3, 58-59 Yict., \ iz. :_ 
8a\OnS rle 
Iarseille (C.lstile soaps) and nuts, almonds, .. L So soon as The F,'ell<'h Treaty A.cf, 18!}!, chapter 
prunes and plum" of French orig'in entering Canada two of the Statutes of 18!H, is hrought into force b.\. 
"hall enjoy the following ad\"antages: proclamation of the Gmernor Geneml, the a(h-anta
es 
1. 
on-sparkling wille.; gauging 15 rlegrees by the granted to Franpe b.\ the treaty with that power men- 
I'entesimal alcoholometer or les,>. or according to the tioned in the said Act, \\ ith rf'spect to its commerce 
Canadian system of testing', containing 2ü per cent. or \\ ith Canada, shall extend to an.\' and e\ ery other 
less of alcohol, and all sparkling nines shall be ex- fOl'eign pO\\er which b.\ rea,>on of the operation of such 
cmpted from the surta"e or ad mlorel1l duty of 30 per treat.\ is, under the provisions of a treaty \, ith Great 
('ent. Britain, entitled, in whole or in part, to the same or to 
2. The present dm,\ charged on common soaps. the like ad\.antage,.; with respect to its commerce \\ ith 
,.:a\ ons de }Iarseille (Castile soaps) shall be reduced by Canada. to the e"tent to \\ hich in manner aforesaid ,",uch 
one-half. other forei;pl pf)wer is entitled thel'eto; and such 
3. The present dut.\ chal'ge(lon nnts, almonds, prune", arl\ antages shall continne to ",0 extt:1l(1 to such uthf'r 
anll plums shall be rednced h,\. one-third. foreign power' "0 long as the said Act remains in force, 
The following" articles of Canadian origin imported or nn til thl' rig-ht of ",uch other foreign PO\\ er to ",uph 
rlirect from that country accompanied b.\" certificates of advantage!S under its treat.}' with Great Britain is sooner 
')righl shall recei\'e the ad, antage of the minimum tariff determined, 
on entering France, Algeria or the French colonies:- 3. The advantag'es so granted to France b.\" the said 
Cannerl meats. treah" shall extend also to Great Britain and to the 
Condensed milk, pure. se\.eral Bt'itio;h cQlonies ami possessions with reopect to 
Fresh water fish, eels. their commerce \\ ith Canada, so long as Fmnce COIl- 
Fi<;h pre'iened in their natural form. tinues to be entitled to such alh.antages; and during- 
I,obsters and cr.-I..\ fi,>h presen"ed in their natural form. the petio<l for which France is so entitled to such 
Apples and pears, fresh, dl'ied or presserl. arlvantages. all law'i inconsistent with the enjo.} ment 
Fruits presen ed. others, thereof In Great Britain anrl such Briti"h colonies and 
Buil<ling timher in rou!!'h or sa" n. I'o,.;sessioils ...hall he suspended to the extent to \\ hich 
Wood pa\"ement, the\ are so incon...istent." 
Staves. The Foreign Powers entitled to the same arh'antages 
Wood pulp (cellulose). under the pro\i!'ions of the said Act, as a're granted to 
EJo.tract of chestnut and other tanning e"tract". Fmnce hy the Treat.\' in quesdon, with re
pect to its 
Common paper, machine-marle. commerce \\ith C.uJada, are:- 
Prepared ..kins. others, whole. AI'g-entine Republic. Germany (Zolh erein). 
Boots anrl !Shoes. -\u
trh. Hungary. 
Iuscat. 
Furniture of common wood. Hel
ium Russia. 
Furniture other than chair!>, of solid wood, common. Roli\ ia. Sah ador_ 
Flooring in pine or soft wood. Chili. Swerlen 
on\'a'. 
Wooden sea-going ships. Columhia, Spain.. 
It i
 ullfler'"tood that the arl\"antag-e of am' refluction CLJsta Ric'!.. 
of flut.\. g'rantell to an.\. other power on' an.\ of the I Sati"factOl',\ proof of the ol'i;.dn of the goods in 'IUt:s- 
article.. enumeraterl ah:)\ e shall he eJ\.tended full" to tion shall he flll'l1Ishell to the collector at the time of 
Canada." . I entl",}. 
OTT-\W-\, Oct. H. 1"fl5. F, E. KILYERT, Acting COIYIIlliil/;io,leI" of Customs, 


ARTICLES PROHIBITED TO BE IMPORTED INTO CANADA. 



o,?ks, prin
ed paper
, dra\\in
s' l Coin, base Or counterfeit. I 
a
s ft'om Europe, except Great 
pamtll1 b 'S, prmts, photo
raphs or Goorls manufactured or produced BrItalll. 
representatIOns of .a!!y kllld of a wholl.\' or in part by prison lahor, or ." 

reasonable ?r se1htlOU'i, or of an \\ hich have been made within or in Tea a
ulterated \\ Ith SpUrIOUS l
af, 
Immor
l or 1I\1.1ecent char
ter. I connection with any prison, jail or I or wl
h exhausted leaves,.or which 
. Foreign reprmts of B
'hsh COW" penitentian'. conta.ms so great an arlnll.xture of 
rurhted Works. c n p.\" r'l{ h t e rl III . , . ,. chetlllcal or other deleterious su h- 
C-mada,and ofCana.lian Copyril{htei Oleom
l"',{arme, Butrerme, or S1l11l. stances as to make it unfit for 
Works. _ _ liar suhstltutes for hutter use. 


COST OF COLLECTING CUSTOMS REVENUE, 


The co<;t of l"olleeting- ('u40ms re\ enne has been re- 
duced "ery considcmLl.\ sillce tht: first .\ ears of Con- 
federation. In 1:>68, fur e\en ::<1110 of duh' collected 
";:
".n \\a,> e'\::petulerl, a'i compåred \\ith :<5.13 for e\er.\ 
"'1110 in ]8f1.ï. The lat'g-c area of the Dominion, the ex- 

ent of ito.; frontiers, and the numher of ports of cnh',\ 
It is neceso.;aQ to heel' up hein
 c.msidet't:d. the cost of 
collection is morlerate In the l-nit-cd States in lSfl5 it 
was 4.4
 per cent., anrl in the t .lIitefl Kingdom 4.1;; per 
cent. 
By ad.ling- tog-ethl-'l" tht: amounh receh cd from cu",- 
tom" allli e'l.ci,.;e dutie
 Oil "pirit..;, \\ ine, heer allfl cider. 
malt liquor, malt. toLacco, "IIUI1, ci
ars and cigarettes 
during- 
ð .}'ears, \\e ha' e the sum of ::!'
I
,l.ï7.()()(). The 
total amount e"l'en(ler1 h.} the Ferleral (;O\ernmellt on 


the construction of railwa.,'s, canals, public Imilding-s. 
inclufling- the pa.\ mentr! on account of the C.wflIliau 
1'1u'ific Itail\\ay, the 
orth-\\ est Territorie", and debts 
.tllowed to prO\inces. is "'2IJO,H3,171. The rluties 1'01- 
lected from liquol'Q and tohacco ha, e, therefore. paid 
for the co",t af rhe Illtercoionial anrl ponnectillg- rail'\ a.\ 1', 
the l"ontriLution of the Federal Govertlment in ai(1 of 
the Canadian Pacific Rail\\a.\, the purchn,>e and suhse- 
,!uent co"t of the '\"orth,\\est Territories, inch\lling" 
JIanitoha, the puhlic huilding-o.; at Ottawa, all the canal". 
including" tllP 
ault Ste. 
Iarie, and all the post otfi"e.; 
and other puhlic huilding" erected all ()\'er the \lominiun 
since Confederation. The liquor rlrinhers and the to- 
haccu u"et s ha'"e "een \\ ell utilized, 



68 VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS I
 CAXAD
\ FOR CUSTO
IS PURPOSES. [18D7 


VALUE OF FOREICN COINS IN CANADA FOR CUSTOMS PURPOSES. 


COUNTRY. 


STANDARD. 


MOSKTARY 
{;XIT. 


------------------ 


.20.3 


Gold, Argentine (
4.82.4)and 1 Argentine, 
Silver, peso and dh isions. 
Gold, Former s:ystem, 4 florins, ($1.92.9),8 
I florins (83.85.S), ducat ('1!'2.28.7), and 4 
I d ucats 1
9 .15.8). Sih'er, 1 and 2 florins. 
Present system. Gold, 20 crowns ($4.(15.2) 
and 10 crowns (:32.02.6). 
Gold, 10 and 20 francs. 8ilver, 5 francs. 
ISilver, boliviano and divisions. 
Gold, 5, 10 ami 20 milreis. Sih'er, 1, 1 and 
I 2 milre;,. 
ISih.er, peso and dh'isions. 
Gold, escudo (":1.82.4), doubloon ($4.56.1) 
and condor (:i:'9.12.3). Silver, peso and 
divisions. 


Argentine Republic.. . I Gold and Sih'er. Peso. 
I 
Austria-Hungarv ,., . -I Gold.......... Cro\\ n 
I 


Belgium...... .'Golrl and Sih'el'. Franc. -........ 





 : : : : : . . . . . . . : . 
i

dr. : : : : :: ::: 

:


:
o..... . . 
I 
Cen. American States: 
Costa Rica .. .. . . . ì I I 
Guatemala . J 
H?nduras ., . Silvel .. ,.. .! Peso 
NICaragua. .' 
Salvador, . .. 


Chili .. . .. , 


. Gold and Sih'er. Peso . . . . . . . .. . . 


China . 


. . . . . .. Sih'er . 


...... Tael: 
Shanghai.. . . . 
Haikwan . .. . 
(Customs.)... . 
Tientsin.. . . 
Chefoo..... . 
.... Peso.......... 


Colombia. . .. . . . ... Sih er .. . .. 
I 
Cu ba. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Gold and Silver. Peso . . 
Denmark. . . . .. Gold . . . . . . . . . .. Cro\\ n .. . . 
Ecuador. . . . . 'ISilver . . . . . . . . .. Sucre.. .. ..... 
Egypt..... .. .. ... Gold. . ...... Pound......... 
(100 piastres) . 


Finland .. . . .. . . . . . . .. Gold . . . . . . .. .. :\Iark. ......... 
France........... ... Gold and Silver. Franc. 


German Empire 'IGold . . . . . . . . . .. :\Iark.. . .. ... 
Greece. . . . _ . . . . . . . .IGOld and Sih er. Drachma.. . . . . . 
Ha\.ti . . . . . . . Gold and Sih'er. Gourrle.. . . .. . . . 
India. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. Silver.......... Rupee. ........ 


Italy. . . . 


. . . . .. Gold anrl Sih er. Lira............ 


Japan. .. .. . . . . . . . . . .. tGold and lSih-er Yen: 
Gold. 
Sil ver . . . . .. . 
Liberia. . . . . . Gold. . . . . . . . ... Dollar.......... 
Mexico,...... _ ',Sih'er. .... Dollar.......... 
I 
Netherlands. Gold and Sih-el'. :Florin.... 
Norway Gold. . . _ - - . Crown . 
Persia ..... ïSilver ......... Kran . 
Peru.. . . ., . . .. .. . . . .. Sih'er . . . . . . . . .. SoL.... 
Portugal .. . . . . . . _ Gold... . . . . . . .. 
Iilreis .. . . . . 
Russia. ..... ItSilver...... ... Ruble: 
Gold ......... 
Siher...... .. 
Spain..... ...., _ Gold and Silver. Peseta., 
Sweden... . _. . 'Gold... .... .... Crown. ., 
Switzerland. . _ . . . _I Gold and Sih er. Franc.. . . .. . . . . 
Tripoli.. .... .. ... .. 'Silver.. .. ...... Mahbub of 20 
piastres. 
Turkey. . . . . Gold . . . . . . . . . ., Piastre.. - . . 
Venezuela. . . I (:old and Silver. Bolivar....... 


VALUE IX 
CANADIAN 
ClTRRESCY. 


g 11.96.5 


COINS. 


.19.3 
.48.6 
.54.6 


.48.6 


.91.2 


.71.8 
.80,(1 


.76.1 
.75.1 
.48.6 


I GOld , condor ($U.6-L 7) and double condor. 
Silver, peso. 
Gold, doubloon (::::5.01.7). Silver, peso. 
Gold, 10 and 20 crowns. 
Gold, condor ('1!'9.64.7) and douhle condor. 
I Sih'er, sucre and dh'isions. 
Gol
, pound (

IO piastres), 5, 10, 20 and 50 
pJastres. Slh'er, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 
piastres. 
I GOld ' 20 marks ($3.85.\.J), 10 marks ($1.93). 
Gold, 5, 10, 20,50 and 100 francs. Silver, 
5 francs. 
Gold, 5, 10 and 20 marks. 
Golrl, 5, 10, 20, ;;0 and 100 dra.ehmas. 
I Sih'er, 5 drachmas. 
8ih er, gourde. 
I Gold , mohur (
i .10.5). Silver, rupee and 
divisions. 
Gold, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 lire. Silver, 5 
I lire. 
\GOld' 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 
 en. Silver, yen. 
Gold, rlollar ()i:0.9
.3}, 2!, 5, 10 and 20 
I dollars. Silver, dollar 
or peso) and 
di\ isions. 
I Gold , 10 florins. Sih er, !, 1 and 2! florins. 
Gold, 10 and 20 crown!'_ 
Gold. !, 1, anrl 2 tomans (>':1.40.!)), Sih'er, 
to 
, 1, 2, and 5 krans. 
Sih'er, sol and di\'isions. 
Inold, 1, 2, 5 and 10 miheis. 


.92.6 
.26.8 
.48.6 
4.94.3 


.19.3 
.19.3 
.23.8 
.19.3 
.96.5 
.23.1 
.19.3 


.99.7 
.52.4 
1.00 
.52.8 


.40.2 
.26.8 
.08.9 
.48.6 
1.08 
.77.2 
.38.9 
.19.3 
.26.8 
.19.3 
.43.8 


Gold, imperial (:ï:i. il.S) & 
 imperial H$3.86). 
lSilver, 1, 1 and 1 ruhle. 
Gold, 25 pesetas. Silver, 5 peseta!". 
Gold, HI and 
o crowns. 
Gold, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 fraJIC's. Silver, 
I 5 fr:I.JICs. 
IGold, 25, 50 100, 250 and fiOO piastres. 
Gold, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 bolh'ars. Silver, 
I 5 bolivars. 


. (\4 .4 
_19.3 


""Austrian florin, 40.6 cents. 
tGold the nominal standard. Silver IJl..tctimlly the standarfl. 
tSilver the nominal standard. Paper the a,.tual Cllrrenc
, the ,leprecj,
tion of \\ hieh is measnretl hy the gold 
standard. 
!!Uoined since 1st .J:I.nllar
, l
ðü. 011 half-imperial, 
:t!}8.G. 



Iß;VO 7ÎlE/R BR/lNfJIfEcS 


PLACES. ISUIES OF BAXKS. MANAGKR OR AGElI"T. 
Alexandria... lTmon.......... J. R. Proctor. 
Alliston,O ... Hamilton ...... J. S. Gordon. 
Almonte.. .. .., 
Iontreal ..... .. E. P. Winslow. 
Amherst, N.S. KO\'a Scotia.... John 
IcKeen. 
" lIalifaxBk.Co... J. H.1IJorrison. 

Iontreal. . . . . .. H. Lockwood. 
Annapolis,N.S Nova Scotia.... J. H. Lombard. 
" Gnion B. of H... E. D. Arnaud. 
Antigonish... Merchants, H... (']. E. Harris. 
.. HalifaxBk.Co... .J.M. Brough. 
Arnprior.. Ottawa......... Francis Cole. 
Aurora. . . . . " Ontario ........ D. A. Radcliffe. 
Aylmer, O. . .. 
Iolsons . . . . .. . . ,H. A. Amhridge. 
.. . . .. Traders........ P. H. 
Iac)Iahon. 
Ayr. . . . . . . . .. Commer('e...... .John W:r llie . 
Barrie. . . . . . .. Toronto........ )1. Atkinson. 
" . . . . . . .. Commerce.. '.' H. H. 
Iorris. 
Barr'g-ton,N.S. Ha.lifax Bk.Co... F. W. Homer. 
Bathurst, 
.R ;\Ierchants, H... J. F. Barry. 
Beauharnois. _ Jac. Cartier.. . .. L. Z. Leduc. 
Bedford, Q.... E. Townships. . . I E. W. Morgan. 
Belleville. . . .. 'Merchants'. _ .. W. Hamilton. 
.. . . . .. Montreal _. . .. .. R. Richardson. 
.. . . . .. Commerce. . . . .. C. M. Stork. 
" ..... Dominion.... _.. J. \V. 
Iurray. 
Be
!in. . . .. .. 4, )ferchants' . . .. ,"
' 
. Tr
,,:ers. 
........ Commerce..... . j '" C. J. Kmg. 
.. . - . . . . .. Hamilton....... O. S. Clarke. 
BerthÏl;r, Q.. "ille 
Iarie... .. A. Gariepy. 
Blenheim.... Commerce.. .... F. Y. Cheekier. 
Boissevain, M. Union. ......... Robt. S. Barrow. 
Bowmanville.. Ontario ....... _ George }I('Gill. 
" I Standard ...... . I w. J. Jones. 
Bradford.... . , Standard . ...... John Elliott. 
Brampton .... .. 
Ierchants'.. .' I W' C. Young. 
.. . . . '1 Dominion. . . . . .. )1. E. Holden. 
Brandon, ;\1... .. 1Ierchants' . . .. ".. A. l\Iachaffie. 
" .. Bank R N. A.... R. Butt. 
" . '. Imperial .. .... K. G. Leslie. 
Brantford ..., IR N.America.. ./J. Elm"h'. 
" .. ..1
Iontreal. ...... E. :\f. Shad bolt. 
.. ... . I commerce..... . I Jeffen o Hale. 
.. . . .. Standard.... _ .. C. Coök. 
Bridget'n,N.S. No\'a Scotia.... W. Caldwell. 
Bridgew'r, N.S )Ierchants, II. .. \Y. S. Tupper. 
" Halifax Bk.Co... H. H. Archibald. 
Brighton." " Standard....... 'S. B. Gearin
. 
Brockville . . " Montreal....... I K eil 
IcLean. 
" . .. :\loI80ns....... .IE. F. Kohl. 
.. Toronto.... .. .. T. A. nird. 
Brussels. . . . .. Stamlarc1. .. .. .. .J. A. Ste\\ art. 
Bucking-ham Q'Ontario ........ W. E. 
Iiddleton. 
Calgary, Alb.. Imperial...... :\1. )Iorris. 
" .. :\Iontreal... .. W. U. Gra\'ele). 
.. .. 
Iolsons... _.. .. G. C. McGregor. 
Campbellford.. Standard. . . . . .. E- A. Bog. 
CamI
bellton.. Xo\.a Scotia.. ..,C. A. Kennedy. 
Cannmg-ton. .. Standard..... .. John Houst.on. 
Canning', N .S. Halifax Uk.Co... F. W. Borden. 
Canso. . . . . . . .. People's, H.. .. .. E. G. Coombs. 
Carberry, M.. I Gnion. . .... R. )1. Harrison. 
Carleton Place. Ott,iwa. .... .. .. .J. A. Ranl!s. 
Cayuga... .... COlllmerce. ....., W. C. T. Morson. 


I PL4.CE. I X_HIES OF BAXKS. M\XAGER OR .AGENT 
Charlotteto\HI ;\IERCIJAVTS,PEJ. J. :\1. Da\ison. 
" /)Ierchants', H... O. A Hornsb.r, Act'g. 
" Bank of N. S.... J. Pitblado. 
Chatham, O. ..,Commerce. ..... J. E. Th0mas. 
.. . " * 
Ierchants'.. .. J. E. Durand. 
. .. Montreal....... D. F. R. Glass. 
... 'Standani. .. .. _. G. P. Scholfield. 
Chatham, N.B ;\Iontreal...... _ F. E. "inslow. 
" 
ova Scotia.... R. H. Anderson. 
Chesley, 0.... Hamilton...... J. C. Brown. 
Chicoutimi, Q. La Banq. Nat .. J. E. A. Dubuc. 
Clinton. .. ... Uolsons....... . / ' II. C. Brewer. 
Coaticook. . . .. E. To\\ nships. .. R. Austin. 
Cobourg.. ... . , Dominion. .. .... E. H. Osler. 
.. . . . . .. Toronto........ .J. S. Skeaff. 
Col
orne.. . . . . ,Standard. . . . . .. C. Larke. 
Colhngwood . . ,Commerce. . . . .. James Brydon. 
.. . . IToronto . . . . . . .. W. A. Copeland. 
Cornwall.. .. . . / )Iontreal . . _ . . .. R. 
Iackenzie. 
" ..... Ontario...... A. Denm.. 
Cook8hi
e ., 0 / People's of. H. " F. E. I1
lls, Acting. 
Cowansnlle. .. E. Township", .. .J. MackJ/lllon. 
Dartmouth,XS l union of Halifax C. W. Frazer, Acting-. 
Deseronto,ont Uontreal ....... F. \V. Taylor. 
Digby, K.S.... Nova Scotia.... Herhert Green. 
! Dorchester,
R :\Ierchants', H.. R. P. Foster. 
Dra) ton...... Traders...... . H. A. )Iallory'. 
Dre"den.. " . !Ierchants'... . I A. Y. Speneer, Actin!!. 
Drum'ndv'leQ. Jacq. Cartier.. .. J. E. Girouard. 
Dundas.. ... _. Commerce. . .. .. F. W. Hohnested. 
Dunnville... .. Commerce... _.. R. G. W Conoll). 
Durham..:. . I Standard. ., ,... .J. Kelh". 
Edmonton,Alh Imperial...... .. ,G. R. F. Kirkpatrick. 
.. .Jacq. Cartier.. .IJ. E. Laurencelle. 
Eòmundston. _ People's, Halifax T. J. Cochran. 
Elmira..... . . I Trac1e
s .., _ ' I 
. ,-,:. 
illar)'_ 
Essex. . . . . . . .. Impenal '.' _ . .. C. "hite. 
Exeter... -.... 
Iol!'<ol1s:. ..... . I X' n. Hurdon, }Ig-r. 
Farnham. .. . , St. Hyacmthe... J. E. Campbell. 
Fergus. . . . . .. Imperial .., . . .. C. Forrest. 
Forest.. . . . . .. Standarc1....... W. C. Boddy. 
Fort William.. !Iontreal .. ... C. C. Abbott. 
Fraserville, Q.IJac. Cartier_.... ,(). Lehlanc. 
" People'sof H.... .J. E. Gauc1et. 
Fredericton... PRopu;'sof x.R I .J.w. Spm'den. 
" R. N. America_.. J. Ta\ lor. 
.. 
 o\"a Scotia... D. C: Chalmers. 
.. Merchants', H. W. F. 
Iitchell. 
I Galt. '.. .. - .. Commerce.... . 1 D. lIug-hes Charles. 
.. --........ Imperial....... Geo. C. Easton. 
" .......... *1Ierchant!'<..... F S Jani!'. 
Gananoque ... · 
Ierchants'.. .. W. G. Hinds. 
, .. . .. Toronto........ J. V. Ketchum. 
Georg-eto\\ n... Hamilton "'. }L Li\ ing-stone. 
Glencoe. ...... Traders.. __ . H. D. 
[itchell. 
I Goderich . .. " Montreal....... \\". L. Eliot 
.. . .. .. Commerce ... . R. S. Williams. 


nt:r, Q... 'IE. T
wn. Bk.... E. X. Robinson. 
Grnnshy... .. Hamilton ...... R. .J. He\\at. 
I GUeIPh...... . I Dominion... .... A. Pepler. 
.. .. .. }[ontreal .. . .. .. J. H. Finlay. 
.. .. Traders......... <\. F. H. Jones. 
.. ....... .Comlllerf'e.... . -1.1. }1. Duff. 
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PLACF:S. N'A\IES OF BAJoIKS. \ MAXAGER OR AGENT. 
GU\'sboro' N.IS. l\Ierchants'. H... r. G. A. Park;es. 
Halifax, N.S.. H o\J.lFAX B. Co... H. N. Wallace. 
.. .. Bank of ß.N.A.. A.E.Ellis. 
.. Ko\".o\ ScoTIA.. .. Thomas F\"',he. 
.. USIOS. H o\LIF'X.. Eo L. Thorne. 
.. 
IERCIIAXT8', H.. D. II. Duncan. 
.. PEOPLE'S, H.. .. John Knight. 
.. Xorth End W_ Henn Richey. 
.. 
rontreal. ......1 F. )1. 
oi.ton. . 
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Ierchants'.. . 'I,T. Pottellg-er. 
.. Traders......... Stuart Strathy. 
. . .. Commerce ..... Wm. Roberts. 
. . .. 
]ol:3on!l . . . . _ W. II. Draper. 
Harriston .... Standard...... J. E. Gra \-. 
Hastings. Onto ()nion.... ... _ .. Frer1. W.. Ashe. 
Hawkesb'ry,O Ottawa... ...... John Hood. 
Hespeler . .' .. *
]erchants' .... F. A. :\Iann, Acting. 
Hochelaga, Q. Ville Marie. . .. .. D. P. Riopel. 
Hull, Q _ _... . Jacq. Cartier... J. P. de :\Iartigny. 
Hunt
ngdon, Q E. Town
hips"'1 W. H. Robinson. 
Iben !lIe, fl. .. St. Hyacmthe .. C. L. Ler1ou.... 
Ingersoll. . . . .. Trar1el S. , _ . . . . I A. B. On\. 
.. ., .... 
 )[erchants- .. _ _ I II. Irwin. 
.. .... Imperial....... J. A. Richardson. 
Jo1Ïette. . . . . .. l)'Uochelaga.... \ A. A. Larocque. 
Kamloops,B.C. Britisp Columbia W. H. Pegram. 
Keewatin. 0.. Ottawa......... H. Swan. 
Kemptdlle. O. Ottawa ........ .Jas. :\Iartin. 
Kentville, N.S. Nom Scotia....' L. D. V. Chipman. 
.. '-nion. ........ .J. "-. Bordell. 
Kincardine.. . . )lerchants' . . . .\ A. 
1. Smith. 
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.. .. ß. K. America. .. G. A. Robinson. 
.. ,... MOlltreal........ j R. J. B. Crombie. 
.. .... Ontario..... _ _ .. A. .J.)Iacdonell. 
Kingston,
.R Merchants', U... John Trainor. 
L' Assomption. SL H) acinthe. )I.
. Jarr:r. 
Lake )Iegantic People's of H" W. H. lkssip. 
Lac
!ne, Que. \:
lle )Iar
e. . . . . . \ C. 
ang-lois. 
.. \Ille)IarIe..... H. trost. 
Laprairie..... "ille )Iarie ..... 'T. J. Bourdeax, )Igr. 
L'Epephanie.. \ïlle )[arie . . . . . I'J. H. Dussault, )lgr. 
Leamington .. Tradel.s......... ,Jas. Watson. 
Lethh'dg-e, Alb L"nion ........ Philip Vihert. 
Le\Ïs. .... . . People's of II. ,Jean Taché. 
Lind.
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og\IaCGachen. 
. . . . .. Dominion.. _ . _ Roht. Ross. ' 
Listowel, Onto Hamilton. _..... .J. H. Stuart. 
Lt. Glace RaL (;nion of Halifax A. D. )IcRae. 
Lh-erpool,:S-.S. Ko\a Scotia.... .IWm. Halihurton. 
.. I Ullion of H. .... E. R. Mullhall. 
Lockport,N.S. Ha1Ïfa\. Bk.Co... E. A. CapstiC"k. 
London.... ....'n. 
. America.. R. lng-lis. 
.. .. .. . . 1 " :\Ierchants'... . I A. St. L. )[ackintosh. 
.. ...... )Iontreal...... _ A. H. Bedr1ome. 
.. .. ... .ICommerce.... .., D. B. Dewar. 
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Londond'y KS 
Ier<>hants', H... E. Wal,h. 
Lucknow. .... Hamilton..... .I.J. n. XichoL 
Louise\ ille, Q.' O'Hochelaga.. . . \ ' F. X. Lacoursière. 
Lunenh'g,K.S. 
[en'h
nts', H.. It. S. Currie. 
.. Halifax I:k.Co_. ,D. I. Forbes. 
.. People's, Halifa)l. G. X. C. Ha\\ kins. 
)Iagog, (l..... E. Townships. _ _ E. P. Uli\ ier. 
Maitland, N.S. 
Ierchant
' ,H... n. Canwron. 
lIIarkham .... 5-tandard....... F. A. Reesor. 

Iattawa.. .. .. Ottawa....... F. R. Gmt\\ in. 
Meaford. . . . .. 
Iolsons........ D. A. Ferguson. 
Merrick\ ille .. [
nion .......... 
. L. Forrest. 
Middleton K:, Com. U.of W'nd'r'S. E. )Iarshall. 
Midland..'.. .. \\ estern. H. J. Claig. 
Milton ....... Hamilton...... G. W. Erent. 
Mitchell.. . I
 )[erchants'. _ .. T. E. )Ierritt. 
Moncton.... 
Iontrea.L... _ F. J. Huntel'. 
.. Nova Scotia..... reo. W_ DanieL 
.. . ... . , Merchants' of II. .J. II. Abbott. II 
)Iontreal . . . .. )[OXTRF AL .. . . .. E. 
. Clouston, G. }'Ian. I 


II PLACES. I Num ", or BA
I\
 I )'AX_\OER OR .\OEJoIT. 
)lontreal. .. .. )Ionrreal........ A. :\Iacnider, Ch. Insp' 
I .. .... do BI'anch... H. Y. Meredith, L. Man. 
.. .. . . I do W. E. Br. .. D. B. },[acpherson,S. Ag. 
.. . . ,do Seigneurs 1St. I A. D. l'al'ker, S. Agent. 
,* },IJ<:RCII.\XTS' . .. G. Hague, Gen. )Ian. 
do .. E. F. Hebden, Sup't Br. 
Branl"h .. _ _ .. J. S. Meredith. 
do _ _ _ . IA. .J. Ferbruson, A<;st. 
.... 2-!5()
otreDame,E. H. He\\anl. 
. ... :\]OLSOs-S.. ..... F. W' Thomas, G. Man. 
"1 Branch....... ,T. Elliot. 
H. )1. )]olson, As1. MgI'. 
_... St. Cath. St..... F. W. G. Johnson. 
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Sf. Cafh. Sf. E Jules Trépanier. 
rlo Centre Br. 'C. Langlois. 
1)1- PF.ITLt:. .... ]nliquidation. 
.... J.u:Q. CARTIER... 'T". Biem enu, Gen. )Igr. 
Onfnl"Ìo St.... S. Roy, ,Tr., :\Igr. 
nLLE :\IARIF:.... W. Weir, Pres. 
Quebec..... . . T. :\kDougall. 
. do St.Cath.Sr.Br Ueo. Leclere. 
Ontario. . . . . . . .. R. N". Inng-. 
:". End Bmnch. T. J. Cochran. 
Toronto. . . . . . .. T. F. Ho\\. 
do Pt. St.Ch's Brl.J. G. Bird. 
.... Commerce.... . . \ A. :\1. Cromhie. 
... do 19 Chah'lezsq It. W. Crompton. 
,... Cnion ......... Geo. II. Balfour. 
.. .. I ll. S. America... H. Stikeman, Gen.l\Ian. 
.J. Penfold, )Ianager. 
_... La. BanI!. Nat.... 1.. DeGuise, Pro. 
ran. 
.... \ 'Mer<>hants" H. F. IIIeDougall. 
. . .. do. 
. Dame St. I W. \
. Ruth\'en. 
..... do \\ e!'tmount.. H. \\. lIIayrand. 
.... :"o\'a Scotia... .., F. Kenner1\-. 
Moosomin. .,l"nion...... . .. .-\.. E. Christie. 
)Iordpn, M . .. \ l
nion. . . . . . . . . . :C. R. Dunsford. 

IorrishUl'g. .. 
Iolso!IS ....... .IL. \
., Hov.,:arr1. 
}'Iount Forest OntarIo...... . R. S, Bredm. 
I " .. . . \ Hamilton ...... E. R. Nihlett. 

anaimo,RC. 
ritishCOlu
nhia G; \\ÏlIi
ms. 
t\a1'
.nee ..... :\Ie
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. A. [.',:,llhom:e. 
I . . .. Donumon....... E. H. Hames. 
Neepawa, )[an\Pnion ........ \ ThOS. }'IeCaffry. 
Nelson, B.C.. Hh. n. Columbia G. Y. Holt. 
1 .. . )[ontreal ...... A. H. Buehanan. 
X.Glasg.ow,XS :"O\-a
cotia.... G. R. :\[urray. 
.. Cnion of HalifaJ\ ]t. C. Wright. 
.. I HaJif.'", BkCo... Boies De\:eher. 
Newcastle. . .. Traders. .... .. C. 1<'. Craig. 
Kewca
tle,N B,Xo\a 8cotia.. .. mail' Robel.t
on. 
.. 
[el"("hants', H F. :\k\lougall. 
Sew Hamb'rg. Western.. ... C. J. Fo\.. 
X.Wmnstr.BC Rkll.C'olumhia.. Eo A. W
ld. 
" )[ontreal. ...... G. fl. En mner. 
Xewmarket. .. Ontario......... C. l:. Ro"
, Acting }'Ian. 
Niag-:tra Falls. Imperial.. . J. A. Langmuir. 
Nicolet. Que.. nile )Iarie.. . L. Belair. 
Sorth Ba>-.. . _ Traders.. .. . ... L P Sn>der, },[g-r. 
N.S:rr1ney, C.B People's of II.. H. E. I{ohertson. 
1\ :: Il:niou,of I!alifa... K. n. Boak. 
:'\ 0\'11, Scotia. . . \\ . Tholllson. 
Nor\\ich...... :\Iolsons........ J. R. Waim\l"ight. 

or\\ood ..... Cnion...... FærL \\. Ashe. 
I Orange\ ille. ., Commerce .,... II. T. Wills. 
.. .. Hamilton..... H. H. O'Reilh. 
IUrillia .... . Illomillion...... J. Scott. . 
.. ... ITradels ........ Eo W. Strathy. 
Oshawa .. .. .. Wt'"n:RJoI T. H. }1C"
]ill.m, Ca"hier. 
. . . . . .1 Dominion.. . .. L. G. Cassels. 
Ottawa.. ... ()Tf\\\O\ ...__ Geo. Burn, Gen. )Ial'. 
I [I. :\1. Finnie, 
Ialla}{el'. 
do B
llh St.... 
. (;. Complin, )Ian. 
do IÚdcall St. 1<. C. )[1I1kms. 
R. X. America. .. n. Rohertson. 
)Iontreal. .. . W. J. Amlerson. 
_. ,COIßmet'ce ..... Roht. Gill. 
. Ontario .... . . .. A. S1I1I1'Son. 
. . ..1 Mel"ehants' ... W. L. Marler. 
...... Quehec ,...... H. Y. 
oel. 
..... La Banq. Kat... A. A. Taillon. 
....., l'nioll....... :\1. A. Anrlerson. 
..... .,)[OI"OIlS ........ A. R Rrodrick. 


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 CAXADA, WITH THEIR BRAXCHES, ETC, 


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PL-I.Ci':S. I XA:\IE.'! OF B.-I.SKI..: :\I.-\S-I.GER OR AGEST. II PL-\CF.R. I 
-\\IF.S Of. B.-I.ShS. 'IA....AOER OR AGEX'l. 
-Owen Sound.. * 
Ierchants .. .. 
1. S. Hoctrler. Simcoe. . . . . .. Hamilton... _ _ .. J. Butterfield 
,. .. Holllulton ...... Ewing- Bur-han. Smit,
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 ( ! , O I I I ' o SO n ll . S . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 
 . ' I 
 . ' F B o e r t l .h es U t ' . le 
,. . . / bIolsons ... _.... Eo W. Waud. 
-Oxford, X. S.. .Nova Scotia.. . _ J. )Iowat. 
orel . .. . . . . .. 
Iolsons . . . . . . .. J. )Ic)(ahon. 
Paisley. Western........ S.)1. Hutchinson. JI" ......... D'Hochelag-a.... Arthur Bruneau. 
Pari
" 0.. 'B. i'ó. America... J. Cran. I Souris .. . ... .. Cnion.......... F. W. S. Crispo. 
" ....... .ICommerce ..... R. C. 
Iacpherson. Souris, P.E.I. )If'rchants P.E.J. .J. J. Hughes. 
Parkdale ..' . . / :Standard..... .. H. T. Mc)IiIlan. Springhill.... lIalifa\. Bk.1 '0. o, E. ß. Fairbanks. 
Parkhill.... .. Commerce..... G. )1. Wedd. Stanstead.. . .. E. To\\ nships. .. S. Stevens. 
Parl"sboro'.... Halifax Bk.Co. A.:S. Townsend St Andr'w'sSB KO\'a Scotia... ., Sub. to St. Stephen. 
Parr}" Sound . , Ottawa ........ Gel"ald Jarvis, Act'g )Igr :Ste. Anne de 
Pellt'ng'sh'ene 
-estern....,.. 00 ,J. B Je
lIIillg"'. , la Per
e. Jacq. Çartier.... J. A. Rousseau. 
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,pemhroke.o. . I ,,",uebec ....... T. F. Co'\:. II" Toronto.. ...... G. W. Hodg-etts. 
.. . .. Ottawa ........ Hector Fraser. Ste. Cesaire, Q. St. Hyacinthe... .f. A. Bernier. 
.peterborough. Toronto...... .. P. campb . ell. St. CUllegonde Jacq. Cartier.... Go II.. Ducharme. 
" 
Iontreal ..... .. F. J. Rogers. St. Francois B. La Banq. Nat.. X. A Boh.in. 
" Commerce... .. W. Mall!'oll. St. Henri, Q .. Jacq. Cartier.... H. Dorion. 
" IOntario ...... . W. D. Parker, Acting". .st. Hyacinthe. LA B-I.SQl"E DR.. 
Petrolia..... . I Toronto ........ W. F. Cooper. II ST.H\ACIXTIIE. E. R. Blanchard. 
I'ickerillg .... Ontario _...... Geo. Kerr. "E. To\\nships.. . .J. Laframboise. 
Picton.. . -. .. 
Iontreal.....,. Geo Drummond. II Jaeq. Cartier.... A. Clement. 
" o, . .. .. ,:Standard. 0 ... .. W. T. Shannon. La Banq. Kat. .. J. E. Cote. 
Pictou, :N. S.. I soya Scotia.. .. A. ". 
Iunro. St.JeanBapt'te,.Jacq. Cartier.. .. A. Bo
 er. 
" .. )Ierchants'... G. R. Chi!'holm. St. John, K.B. I I
. ERn-SWICK... G. A. Schofield. 
Plp
si..., iIle" Q. .f.
c. Carti
r .... E: C. P. C
eHefils. r J . Cia" son, CashIer. 
Pto:o;t.Charl SlJ 'die )Iarre..... \,. ,J. E. \\ all. .. H. N. Amer,ca... H. A. Han.ey. 
'Port Arthur. Ontario........ W. H. X elson. " 1 
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, c a o l t ' . : a . . . . . . , . ' IT E . ' C B . . iO la n ' 
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 . . 
Port C"l
orne'l hnpe.rial ....... .f. H. St.ïrlston. ., OJ u 
Port Elgm.... ,Hanlllton ...... A. H. RIdout. "Halifax Bk.Co... , Jas. G. Tavlor. 
P.Ha\\ keshury' Merchant!';. H... .T. A. l\IC'lsaac. St_ John's, Q.. BK. DE ST.JF.U,-. J. N. Gauthier. 
Port Hood,C.BIPeople's, Halifax R. H. 
IcDonald. ".. * 
Ierchants'.... H. \\"urtele. 
.port Hope... TI'aders ....... J. L. Willis. St. Jerome.. .. )I('rchants' ... I <\. C. E. Delmeg.e. 
" .. . 'IToronto.. .. E. B. Andros. St. Laurent... nIle )Iarie . " ,. o. W. Legault. 
Port Perr.r.... Western...... Wm. )IcGili. st. 
Iaríe, Q.. La Banq. Nat... L. Drouin. 
I'ortneuf ..... 'ïlle )Iarie .J. H. Theol'et. li St. 


ry's . . . . . ) T l r O a n d t e r rs eal O . - . . . . . . . . . ' J C ' . L s. eB R li u e l . llse " , 
Prt. la Prairie. Imperial .... W. Bell. , 
.. " Ottawa. . ... . A. H. Dickins, liSt. Ri'mi, Q .' Bk. de St. Jean. C. A. Bl'dard. 
Prescott.... .. * 
Ierchants' F. Jemmett. St. Sauyeur .. .Jacq. Cartier.. .. A. lJion. 
Preston ...... *
Iel"Chants IA. V. Spencer. St.:stephen 
B ST. SrEPIH:S'S... J. F. Grant. 
P. Albert, Sa..11 Imperial A. It. J:. Hearn. .. Xo,-a Scotia... . I . J . Black. 
Qu
!>ec....... cli EBF.C... .. . . .. T. \IcDongall, G. 
Ian. St. Thomas... * :\Ierchants'. _ .. W. B. WaterbuQ.. 
. .. rlo t.pper Town A. '.an Felson, )Ig-r. "... Imperial ... .. 1)1. A. Gilbert. 
. . ... do :st. Rochs... P. B. Dumoulin, l\I::r. ". . 
Iolsons..... . . . 'L. E. Tate. 
. .. .... lJ-:;IO
......... E. 
'. '':ebb, Gen. :\Ia.n. 
te Therese. 
' I \ïlle )
ari
 .... .IM. B0is
ert. 
. ...... do .. .. ...... .J. C" BIllett, Local. I stellarton,N.S. No,oa Scotia... .J. )If'll osh. 
....... do St.LouisSt. Geo. Veasey, do Stouff\ille.... "tanrlard...... \1. Brellt, Actinl!'. 
'.' .. .. L-I. B.-I.sQ. K -\T.. .IGeü. Creba
sa, G. )Ian. Stratford.... . 1 :\Ierchants' ... I W. Plingle. 
.. ... do St. .John St.. C. Cloutiel'. " ... .. l\Iontreal ... ., . Thos. Plummer. 
. do St. .Joseph St. N. Lavoie. " ..... Commerce.... ..I\\"m. Maynard, jun. 
H. N. Ame,'ica... D. Cumbel'land. Strathroy..... Commerce... _ _ L. H. Dmllpier. 
. )lontreal ..... .J. :\Iacara. " ... .. Trarlel's ..... \\". T. Smith. 
- * 
Ierdlants'.. .. .r. C. )Iore. Sudhury, 0.. Ontario,...... W. J. C. Harvey. 
. . . .. .Taf'q. Cartier. . .. ..... nion. Sum'side, PEL 1 HI{. SU\I'ERSIDE.. I R. :\IcC. Stavert. 
....... rlo St. John St ('. S Powell. ",Dank of 
.S.." I D. R. LaÌl'd. 
" .. .. .. I People's of H. Jean Tache. ": \Iere-hants', II... P. W. .\Iorrison. 
Rat Portag-e.. Imperial. W. A. Weir. Sus..ex, N. B :'\o,.a .scotia. .0' G. S. 
1C\ore. 
" ..,Otta\\a. .!.J. H. Ree,e. S\.dne,., C.B.. I )Ierchants" H." I .J. E. Burchell. 
RegÏI . ta . .. .. . 1 
Ioutreal. -. -. I. J . A. ParlrlOI1. Thoroid .. . . .. Commel.ce...... F. O. Cross. 
Renfrew, O. .. 
 :\Ierchants' .1 F. A. W. Lister. ".. " . Quebec..... .. .. D. R. Crombie. 
." IOUa\\a.........C.l:.Pennock,)I!.{r. ThreeRh.ers..(luehec..... .J.:\I.Johnston,:\It:"l". 
R
chlllond.. . E. Townships.... W. L. Ball. ".ID'Hochelaga.... H. X. Boire. 
U.ld
etown.... 
Iolsons .. E. E. WarrI. rilsonhurg. . . I Tradel'S ... ... E. C. Jackson. 
" ... 'TrarIers.........,.JohnPooi. "..:We<;tern... . F.Biette. 
Robenal ..... La Banq. Nat...:L. Couet. Toronto...,. Comn:RcE. . B. E. Walker, G. :\Ian. 
ltossland, B.C. J.10ntI'eal. . ... .J. s. C. Fra
er. .J. II. Plulllmer. A ,>st.rlo. 
.. 
. N. A meri"a.. W. T. (>lh el'_ do. Bmnch... J C. Ii:emp, Man. 
Hackville, 1\.8. \ferchants', H... E. \\. )IcCurd.\. ' .fohn Ai...I, .\sst. 
.. Halifa-:; Rk.Co.. W. H. Harrison. rlo. E. Rr..... ,I. G. Bm ceo 
Sarnia.. .... . I Commerce. ..... A. n. 
IcJ.ean. do. K. HI.... It. J. 
Iòntgomery. 
.. Tradel's. ....... .J. F. WinlO\\. rlo. X. W. Br.. 0 n. -\. IIollanr1. 
" 
Iontreal . . C;. 11_ C;rittin. do.Q'n St. W. Br.. E. 
1. Pla\"ter. 
SaultSte 
Iarie COllllnel'ce n. )IcC:reg-or. 'rIo.) n.ò..Coi. HI'. .IT. S. I1arnson. 
" Imperial . . . ,J. 
r. W em'ys
. . _ .. . 'IrIO. Parl'tSt. Hr. . . 1 '.. E. Hart. 
Seaforth ..... :Comlllerce.. 'I. )Iorris. rlo. 
Iarket Br. . R. C. \1cIlarrie. 
.. . . . . .. I '0l1linion ...... W. K. Pearf'e. 10.. ('ARlO. . .. . . .. Chas. )IeC;ïIl, Gen. Man. 
Shecliac, X. B. People'"" Halifax F. J.. B()I"(lell. .. ... . 1 do. Branch... W. H. Smith. 

helhlll"I1(',('I.I
 lJlIi
III.... . ... .\rthllr::;. ,Janis. ...... do. Q'nSt.W.ßr. It. B.Cald\\ell. 

helhul"Ile, :'Iò S Hahfa\. B. ('0. 0 T. W. 'Ia
ee. . ,ST-\XDARD C;eo. P. Heirl. 
Sherbrookc ., E. To\\ KSIIII'B. .. Wm. Far\\ell, G. 
Ian. ))1)'11:-.10:-0. P... II. Gamhle, G. )Ian. 
i S. Ed::ell, LomL I IT. n. Brongh, )Ian. 
" 
 
lerchants'... . , J. A. Ready. ...... rIo. Q'1I SLE... R. )1. Gra,.. 
. .. .:0. La Ballq. Nat... W.(;abou
L . do. tlnSt.W..I.r. Price.' 

hllbenaca(he. 
Ier,'hants, H. ., W. H. Clal'he, Af'till
. .. .. .. do. )Ik't BI.... W. W. :'\"ation. 
Simcoe..... ..IL'ornrnerce..... .IE. ('owdry. 



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I'LACE';. 
AMt:S Ot' BA
"S. 'B.
 -\GER OR AOF.ST. 
Toronto ..... DO\lIxlOs.D'ndas FOREIGX AGENTS. 
.. ' & Q'n St. Br... J<'. O. Cayle;r. In the following IÙ;t the Banks are arranged alpha- 
...... do. Spac1.Av... I beticolly. 
& Col.St.Br.. J. H. Horsey. 
. h'PERIAL....... D. R. Wilkie, Gen. 
Igr. BRITISH COLUM.BIA, BASK Qt'-London, Head Office; 
.. . do Branch.... B. Jenning-s, .Manager. San Franctsco, Portland (01'('1 0n ), Seattle and Ta- 
...'" do. Cor. Yonge I coma, Branches.-Eastern Provinces of Canada, 
& Queen St.. O. F. Rice. !\Ier. Bank of Canada; Bank of Commerce; 
Iolson's 
...... do. X.Toronto.. C. H. Stanle.\'.Clarke. Bank; Imperial Bank; Hank of Nom Scotia; 
Vew 
.. .. ., TOROSTO........ Dun("an Coulson,G.l\Iat }' ork, Can. Bk. of Commerce; Chit-ago, Bank of 
...... do. Branch... . I W' R. Wadsworth. No\'a ::)cotia; Mexico n1ut South A,nerica, London 
. . . . . . do. KingSt. W.Br. G. .f. CutÞbertson. Bank of 
Iexico anj South America; China, Hong 
.. . .. TRADERS... .. H. S. Strathy, Gen. 111. Kong and Shangh
i BaI1k Corporation; Australia. 
...... 
Iontreal ....... C. Brough. Bank of Australasia; llonolulu, Bishop & Co. 
...... B. N. America.. .IWm. .Grindla;r. BRlfl8H NORTH A\lERICA, Rum of-London, ElIgland, 
.. ... .. .Merchants'... . I D. MIlle
, Manager. Head Office. Nel(' }'ork, W. Lawson and J. 
A; D. Prmgle, Asst. C. Welch, Agents; ROl!ton, U. S., Merchants 
.. .... Quebec..... _. _. \\. 
. Sl?ane. Xational Bank; San Francisco, H. J. 1IIC'Michael and 
...... 
Io!sons __.. __.. C. ". Cllllch. J. R. Amhrose, Agents; England, Union Bank of 
. . .. .. limo!!.......... .J. O. Buc
anan. :\Ianches'er, and Bank of Liverpool; Scotland, 
__ .... HamIlton....... J<'. J. Goshng. National Bank and Commercial Bank. Iuland 
Toronto Jun.. Commerce...... R. C. Jennings. Pro\ inC'ial Bank and National Bank' Paris 1IIar: 
" 1IIoisons .. .. .... S. R. G

ham. cuard, Krau'is & Co.; West Indies, C
lonial Bank; 
Trenton, 0.... 
Iolsons........ H B: "1
SOl
. AttI;traliaa1l!LVewZealand, Union Hk of Australia. 
Truro,N.S.... lIIerchants', H... Martm DlCk,e. C . . L ' 
.. IH
n . Bk C J. Moorman. ASADIAS B.\SK OF CO\I\lERCE- ondon, Bank of Scot- 
.. .... ,C;I
.aO
 Win3
ô
 C. A. Armstrong. land, London and County Bank, 
erman Bank?f 
Uxbridge.:::: ,Dominion....... W. E. Cars.well. London; Irel,!nd, Nort
ern Bankmg 
o.; P"'
s
 
Valle\ field Q. JaC'. Cartier.. .. L. de Mart,gn.\. F

nce, Creeht Lyonnals, .Lazard, Freres. & Cle, 
'.. ' D'llochelaga. S. Fortier. GCl1I1l!'n.l/, De
ltsche 
ank, .Brussels, Belglum, ,I. 
Vancouver BCll3k. B. Columbi
 Wm. 
hIrral. 
Iatthleu It Fils; Indm,. Chma an.cl J"pan. 
he 
.. ' B N Am 'ca W Godfrey Chartered Bank af India, Austraha and Chma; 
.. l,iontreal

1.:::. C'-Sweeny.' AustralieI 
nd New ZealU1
d, Th
 .union Bank 
.. I Imperial.. .... : A. Jukes, 
Ianag-er. of Au<;;traha 
 South A"merlCa, Bl'ltl

 Bank of 
Vankl'k Hill O I D'HOChelaga .. II. Beaumier. Sout.}1 Amenca, London anel 
razlhan B::nk; 
Vernon, Rè.. 
Iontreal .....: G.A. Henc:terson. ,llex/l'o, Ba
l("o de Loudres 
' Me"Ico; New } 
rk, 
Victoria B.C.. B. COLL'MBIA ." G. Gille"'1-ne, 
Ia , n. Th . e Canadian Bank?f C?n.I
nerce, Th
 American 
, R. L. Ker, Asst. lIIan. Excha
g"e Nat. Bank, BI1f1ðh Col
t1!lbta and S
n 
.. ß. K. Ameriëa.. Gavin H. Burns. Frf!n"IRco, Cal., Th.e Bank of British Columbia; 
.. :: Montreal......: A. J. C. Galletly. ",h!cago,. The Amencan Exchange Nat; Ban
 of 
Victoriaville t,!IJac. Cartier.... A. lIIarchand. Chlca
o, Buffalo, Bank of Commerce 111 Buffalo; 
Virden 
Ian' . Union......... H. ,J. Pug-h Hamilton, Bermllda, The Ban.k.of Bermucl.a; Port- 
Walke
ton .:: ... 
Iprchants'.... w. E. nut
er. land., Oregon, The. Bank, of .B
'h

 ColumbIa; U:- nf 
.. Commerce..... G. W. lIlcKee. I."d/e
, Bank of Nova Scotia, Iungston. Ja'l1Wl.ca, 
Walkerville'" do .... H. B. Walker. C.ol<:>llIal Bank ancl. 
ranC'he8: Duluth, Fust 
\Vallacehurg:: !\Iontreal....... A. Montizamhert. lIOatlOl
al I?ank; 1Uar/tulle P/"OI"II/<'('íl, The Bank of 
Waterford.... Commerce...... E. Co\\clry. 
O\a Scotia. 
Waterloo, Q .. E. Townships... W. I. Brig-gs. COMMERCIAL B-\N
 OF T WIXl)soR-L
IHlon, l"nion I?ank 
\Vaterloo Onto 1IIoisons .. .... .. J. Hespeler. of London; l
ew I ork, Bank ot:
e\\ York; Hab/ax, 
,,' I commerce...... H. J. Grasett. Bank of No\'a Scotia; St. Jc.hn. x.n., Rank of Ne\\ 
WeIland.::::: Imperial...... S. D. Ru) monel. Bruns\\ick; 
Iontreal, )Ierchants' Bank of :::anacla, 
Westville..... Nova Scotia... _. Sub .Ag-'c
 to Stellartoll DO\lII'nos BASh -London, Xational Bank of Scotlalld; 
Weymouth,NS }Ierc
I:
nts' ..... D. Kemp. Spw }'ork. Bank of Bdtish Korth America, the 
Wh:
b.\' .... 






. . . . . :: 
: 1







. N'ational City Bk.; ChicaW', Commerc'
l XationalBk_ 
Wiarton. .ö'. - Union.......... E. W. BOllrinot. EAST
RS Towxsmps BASK;-L01ldon, National. Ban}< of 
Winche;ter' .. Union ........ Arthur G. Smith. Sco
lancl; Bo"ton, Nahonal Exch. Bank; .., ew } o,'k, 
Windsor 0". .. }Ierchants'.... G. Y. J. Greenhill. NatIOnal Park Bank. 
..' ., Traders........ Geo. Mail'. HALIFAX BAS"'XG Co.-Do1l1inion of Canada, Molsons 
.. ., Commerce..... H. B. "Talker. II Bank and 
Ierchants' Bank of Canada; RORtcm, 
\Vindsor N. S'. CO\I\It:RCIAL .... Walter Lawson. Suffolk National Bank; Sew Yo/'k, Fourth National 
" ' Halifax Bk.Co. ,J. A. Russell. Bank; London, Eng., Parr's Bank (Limited). 
Peop!e's, Halifax E: J. Cochrane.. H""LTOS. BASK of-.Sew }"ork, Fourth Nat. Rk. and 
'Wingham ... Hamilton ...... \\. Corholllel. Actmg-. Hano\'er N'ational Bank; Buff"lo, 
Iarine Bank of 
Winnipeg.... 
a Banq. N
t... .J. H:. B
ker, Pro. 
Ian. Buffalo; London, Nat. Provo Hank of Engla'1d. Ld.; 
.. ... Merchants.... A. \\ Ickson. Chicuflo, rnion Sat. Balik and National Bank of 
.. 1IIolsons....... T. B. PI

poe. Illinois; Dptroit, Detroit National Bank; RORton. 
_... 
Iontreal....... An
us K,rkland International Trust Co.; Kanl'ax Cit1/, The National 
. . ., Imperial ....... C. ..,. Hoare. Bank of Commerce. . 
D'Hochelaga... . I W' H. PamLrun. . 
.. .. Ottawa. .... . ... J. B. 
Ionk. h'PRRIAL n.
SK. OF (
SADA - Lo.nrioll. Llo
'ds Bank, 
.... Commerce.... F. H. 
Iathewson. I (LeI.); IlIrtR, Creell
 Lyonna,l.s; .V
w.} ork, Bank 
.... Union........ 'I F . L. Patton. of 
Iontre
l: Ch
ca,!o, First 1\;atlOn
1 Bank.; 
n. K. America... D. Simpson. St. ! alll, Heconrl NatIonal Bank: ])&"Olt, DetrOIt 
.. ,... Hamilton....... B. Willson. 
at
onal Bank; Buffalo. Bank of Buffalo; BORton, 
WoodstockÖ
t Commerce...... G. ele C. C)'Gracl). IIOatIonal. 
ank of the ('ommOl
.\\eal
h;. O.
1t'eqo. 
" . Imperial. .. IS. B. Fuller.. I Second i\ahonal Bank; Dnluth, l< ,rst :l'iatlOnal Bk. 
" 
Iolsons.... .... C. 
I. 
IcCuaI!!. I.A RANQI K D'lIoCIIRL\0 \-London. Clyc\eselale Bank 
WoodstockN'ri'Nova sco . tia . '.. . 'Ceo. Sanderson. I (Ltd.); Pnril'. Credit LYOllnai<;;; New }'(lrk. Natillnal 
I I Peoplè's.II,a1ifax I '<:? A. Wh
te. Pa
k R
nk: Bo
ton. 
ational Ban
 of. Rede ll1 1)tioll, 

lerC'hants, H... G. A. T,
.\ lor. Third :l'iat. Bank; Clncapo. Xat. Ll\e StoC'k Bank. 
Wolh ille, N.S. : People's,lIalifax (;1'0.. W. 
Iunro. LA BASQU: \IF. Sr. JF.-\s-Callada, Molsons Bank amI 
Yarmouth,N.S Y ARM
I'TII: .. T.". ,J
hns. I Branches; New York, _\g"ènt
 Hank of Montreal; 
" IN
o 
 H. A. RlCh a rd,>on. R(ll'toll, National ){e\Cl'e Bank; St. AlI"'",,, n., 
. - ---;-;Ierchants' Bank of Canada. Welden National Hank. 



1
97] 


BAXKS IX CAXADA, WITH THEIR BRAXCHES, ETC. 


-.") 
, ."} 


LA BA
Q(!E JACQI'E8 C\RTIER-LOIulon, Le Credit L)'on- NO' A SCOTU, BASK of-Chicago, H. C. 
Icl eo.l, Manager, 
Imis, Le Comptoil' Xational d'escomptes de P_xis; Alex. Robertson, Asst. Jl,l!rr.; Kilt!fRt"n, Jamaica, 
Paris, Le Credit L
OImais, Le Comptoir National W.I., W. P. Hunt., Agent; Sf. Jolin'/;, .Sewf'lnd, 
d'escomptes de Pal'is ; .\"ew l'ode, National Bank of ".. E. Sta\.ert, 
Iana!.:.er; Jlar/Jllur UrOt'c, .V"11'- 
the Republic, Bank of America; Bo"ton, The foundlal/d, Calais, 1Iloine. Correspondents-Can- 

Ierchants National Bank; Chicago, Bank of 
Iont- ada Canadian Bank of ConunerC'e and BranC'hes ; 
real. Correspondents in Canarla-The 
Ierchants' Bank of British Columbia; areat BlÌt"in; London, 
Bank of Canada, Bank of British Korth America, Ro\'al Bank of Scotland: Scotlflnd, Ro\"al Bank of 
The Molson
 Bank. Scôtland and BranC'hes U.S.: -,-Vew YorTê,Bk.of Kew 
LA BASQI'E K \TIOSALE--London, National Bank of Scot- York, N. B. A., Boston, ]\[er<'hauts' National Bank, 
land; Paris, Credit Lyonnais; Gl"IlIlIebaum, }<'rères San Fmncisco Bank of British Columbia; St. Pie1"re. 
& Co.; .VC1V }'ork, National Bank of the He .JIiquelon, Bal;que des Iles St. Pierre et Miquelon. 
public; Boston, The Kational Re\.ere Bank. ONT.\RIO B.\XK _ London, Parr's Bank (Limited); 
L.\ B\XQI.E "ILLE-
L\RIE-Londo,t, Bank of Montreal; ...Yew York, The Ag-ents Bank of Muntreal, 
Pari/;, Le Credit Industl'ieÍ; Sew York, The The .Fourth Xational Bank of the City of 
National Bank of the Republic; Ladenburg, Thal- New York; P1"ance and Ew'ope, Credit Lyon- 
mann & Co.; Cltil'a'lo, Bank of 
lontJ'eal. nais; Bost(J1t, Tremont National Bank; Oswego, 
}IKRCHA.NTS' BASK OF CAXADA-London, Glas!101l', Edin- First National Bank; Chicago, Bank of 1I10ntre
l; 
burgh, and other points in Great .Britain, The Cly- St. Poul's, 
Ierchants' Kational Bank; Sova &otta, 
desdale Bank (Limited); Sew York, American Ex- People's Bank of Halifax; lint' Iklt11-R.{'Îck, Bank of 
chang'e Nat. Bank and 
Ierchants' Bank of Canada, Montreal, St. John, N.R; P.E. Island, Merchants' 
5:! William St., Jno. Gault and J. H. Harris, Jr., Agts; Bank of Halifax at Charlottetown. 
Chicago, American Exchan!!e Xational Bank; St. 
Paul, 1Ilinn., .First Kational Bank; lJetroit, First OTTAWA, BASK OF -T ondon, England, Parr's Bank 
Xational Bank; Buffalo, Bank of Buffalo; San (Limited); .New York, Chica,Qo and Cunada, Bank 
Francisco, Bank of Bdtish Columbia and Anglo- of }Iontreal ; Bo,<ton, National Bk. of the Republic, 
Californian Bank; rvrtland, Tacoma, Seattle, Wash- 1IIa!'sachusetts Nat. Bk. and l\Ianufaf'turers Nat. Bk. 
ing-ton Territor
', Bank of British Columbia; -,-Vew- PEOPLE'S BANK OF HALIt'AX. London, Union Bank; 
fOlUtdland, Bank of 
o\'a SC'otia; ..'iov/! Scotia, Boston, New England Kational Bank; New rork, 
Merchants' Bank of Halifax; New Bruns1t'wk, Bank R"lnk of New York, N. B. A.: 
/unt1"ClJ.l, Bànk of 
of No\'a Scotia and 
Ierchants Bank of Halifax; Toronto' St. John Bank of Kew Brunswick. 
Britr:sh, Cult
mbia. Bank 
f British 
olumhia. I PEOPLt;'S B.\
K OF N. 
.-London, Union Rank; Kew 
MERCHASTB B
l\K OF HALItAx-=-Ontano an
 Quebec, I Y01'k, Fourth National Bank; Boston, Eliot National 
1Ilerc.hants Bank. of Cal
ada, !Jt. John, ]i,. B., 
ank I B k' 111 t.. 1 V' Bank of Can and Branches. 
of l'iew Brunswick; .\ew } urk, Chase NatIOnal an, on Ica, mon . 
Bank, N. Y.; lI(}/;tun, National Hide and Leather QUEBEC BAxK-I,ondon, Bank of Scotland; ...Yew }"m'le. 
Bank; ::>t. John'", Xewfmmdland, F. H. Arnaud, Agents, Bank of British 
orth America 
Man. B
anch;. Lond,01
, Eng., Ban
 of Scotland, ST. HYAC'STIJE, BAXQUE-...Vew rork, Xational Bank of 
Londo
 ' 11 alllllton, Bel muda, The Bk. of. Bermuda. the Republic, Importers and Traders; Bo"ton, 
MERCIJAXTS BANK OF P: E;. I.-London, City Bank; 
Ierchants National Bank; Canllda, Merchants' 
Bo/;ton, The Boston 
atIonal Bank; 
Tontreal, Bank Bank of Canada and Branches. 
of Montreal. . 
1II0LsoSS BAl\K-T,olldon, Parr's Bank (Lid.), Glynn, ST. STJo:PIIES'S BASK-BoRton, !11.obe Nat. 
k:; ...v.ew } 01'k. 
1IIills, Currie & Co., ),Iorton, Rose &. Co. ; Liverpool, New Yor. k Bk. an<:l Nat. B kmg ASSOCiation, London. 
Bank of LÏ\.erpool; Cork, 
Iunster and Leinster Glr n , Mills, Curne & Co.; 1Ifontreal, Bk. oOlontreal. 
Bank (Limited); Pllri/;, Prancc, Credit L,\'onnais; STAXDARD BAsK-New York, Importers and Trader!J 
_4ntwerp, Bel!lium, La Banque D'Am'ers; Hamburg, National Bank; .}lontreal, Can. R'wk of Commerce; 
GermanN, Hesse Xewman & Co'y; Portland, Casco London, Eng., National Bank of :5cotland (Limited). 
National Bank; Butte,1Ifuntana, First National .. '.' 
Ba.nk; Great Falls, Jfontana, North-Western SUII"I.E
SIDE BA:\K-
fun
real, 
I?lson s Bank, Hali.r.. ax , 
National Bank; New rork, 
Iechanics' National {'lIIon 
ank of Halifax; :st. Jyh
l, Bank of 
e\\ 
Ba.nk, W. Watson and R. Y. Hehden, Ag'ents; Bruns\\,ck; Boston, Blackstone NatJonalBank. 
Bank of Montreal, 
Iorton, Bliss & Co., National TOROSTO, R\SK ot'-U,.eat Il, itaill, City Bank (Limited) 
City Bank; BORton, State Kational Bank; Cleve- London; New Y01"k, Nat. Bk. Commerce; Chicago, 
land, Com. Kational Bank; Jfilwatlkee, The Wis- First National Bank; Ontario, Bank of Hamilton 
consin National Hank of 
Iil\\aukee; Chica(lo, and BI"3I](:hes; Quebec, La Banque Nationale; XOI,a 
l<'írst National Bank; Detroit, Conllllercial Na- S,'ofia, rnion Bank of Halifax, People's Bank of 
tional Bank; 1'uledo, Second National Bank; Halifax; Manitoba, Brifish Colllmbia and New 
Bud'nlo, City Bank; XOI'a Scotia, Halifax Bank- Brunswick, Bank of British North America. 
in.go Co. ; ,Xe,!! BrWtRWick, Bank of New BrlU!B- TRADERS BAXK OF CASADA-London National Bank of 
s
ckJbhl;
e11!


d.lU1*. Ra';;k l Of.([ NJo
a lC
:Ia, Scotland; New r01"k, American 
:xchange National 
. . B, _J. ". Hlce 110([1 R an, er- Bk.; Buffalo, Gnion Bk.; Chicago, First Nat. Bk.; 
chants Bank of Prlllce Edwanl Island and Sum- 0 v S d N t' I Bk Q . b c Q 1 1 Bk 
merside Bank; Briti"h Colllmbi" and San Fnrn- 81 ego, . econ J. a ,ona -.; ue e, 1 e Jec - 
cisco, Bank of Bl'iti!'h Columbia; Quebec, Klstern Ul\ION ß.\XK 01' C.\SADA-London, Parr'!; Rank (Ltd.) 
 
To\\nships Bank; Onfario, Dominion Rank, Im- LÙapool, Parr's Bank (Ltd.); New York, National 
perial Bank of Canada ami Canarlian Bank of Com. Park Bank; Boston, Lincoln National Bank: Sf. 
merce; 
fa'titoba, Imperial Bank of Canada. Paui, St. Paul National Bank; Ruffalo, Ellicott 
MONTREAL, BASK of-London, Bk. of :\Iontreal, A. Lang, S'luar
 B
nk; T G.hica,(fo, Glob
 National Bank; 
)Ianager, H. HayloC'k, suh-mauager; Bank of V.etrOlt, F,rst Na
lOnal Ra!",k; Great Falls, Mont., 
Eng'land, Lonrlon and Westminster Bank, Union FIrst Nat. Bk.; 
fllmeal'ol1s, Nat. Bk. of Commerce. 
Bank of London; I,ivcl'pool, Bank of Li\'erpool; Ul\IOX BA"iK OF HALIFAx-London, London and Wpst- 
Scotland, BI'itish Linen èompan.\'; .Yew Irork, W. minster Rank, Ltd.; Nev;fottndlnnd, MeJ"('hant!O 
Wat'!on, R. Y. Ilehden; Roxton, MerC'hants' National Bank; New York, Kational Bank of Commerce; 
Bank; Chica.fJo, Bank of Montreal, \V. 
hmro, Mgr.; Buston, Merchants' Nat'l Bank: Jlunt
'eal, Bank of 
Saì
 f'ranCÎRco, Bank of British ColJIIllhia. Ang-lo- Toronto' Toronfo Bk. of Toronto and BranC'hes. 
Californian Bauh ; St. John's, .Vell
(ollndla/l(l, Bank W. B '.. }; ;.'k M } t' 13 k f Cd' 
of :\Iontre:ll, J. 
1. GI'eata, 
ranag.el'. E<;I


01:'l\;;;;'la
:
, 

\"
î 



a
f 

c:
;an
. ana a, 
NEw BIU'''SW'CK, BAXK of-T,rmdo/t, \\ illiams, Deacon . 
and 
Ianchester ami Salford Bank, Limited; 
\"ew Y AR\lOl'TII, BANK OF, N. S.--l1al
fax, The 
Ierchn.nts' 
York, 
leC'hanics' 
ational Rank: /loxton, Eliot Bank of Halifax; St. John, The Banh of lIIontl'eal : 
National Bank; Prince Edl/"'1"ll Island, Charlofte- -'-'icw Ym'k, The Kational Citizens' Bank; BORtoll-, 
town. 
lerC'hants' Bank of Halifax; Frpdericton, The Eliot National Bank; LOlldon, G. B., The Union 
People's Bank; ]]alifax, X.8., 
Ierchants' Dank of Bank of London; 1I1l1ntreal, The Bank of 
Iontl'ea
 
Halifax ; 
{ontreal, Molsons Bank. and 
Iolsons Bank; Quebec, Bank of 1II0ntreal. 



74 


FOR1\IS OF GüYERX;\IE
T THWlUGHüUT THE WORLD. 


[1897 


FORMS OF GOVERNMENT THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.* 


By DR. .J. U. BOl:RIKtH', C.:\1.0., F.R.S.C., CLERK OF TH

 CA
ADIAX Cm1l\101IIS, 
AUI'HOR OF " H,)W CAX -\DA IS G-OVERXED," AXD OTHRR "
()RKS O
 THE 
HISTURY AXD GOVERXl\IE:S'I' OF CAXAD.\. 


I,-INTRODUCTION. 


In this necessarily very brief survey of the forms of government throughout the world, I 
have found it most con,-enient for purposes of reference to arrange the subject under the 
headings of "couutries," "executive powel'," and" legislati ,'e power," with some mention of 
local or municipal gonrnment under the latter. I commence with the British Empire, as 
emhracing the countries in which Can:\dians have naturally the deepest interest. After (;reat 
Britain and Ireland follow the colonies and dependencies of the empire, including India, in 
alþhauetical onler. Then come the other countries of the world in the 6 same alphabetical 
(mler, cummencing with the absolute monarchy of savage Abyssinia, nominally under the pro- 
tectorate of Italy, while all colonies and dependencies follow the reference to their particular 
sovereign state. I have also thought it ådvisable, for purposes of reference, to add the area 
and population of every country. 
A review of the methods of government in the world sho\\' a survival of the oldest forms, 
though in a more or less modititd state. ". e see still in America examples of triba 
communities; in Asia and Africa the organized patriarchal forms, and the nomadic hordes 
and camp nations. \Ye can see illustrations of the di,'ision of organized government that was 
many centuries ago gi\"en by that master of political science, the Greek Aristotle. Although 
his analysis of the forms of go,-ernment was far from exhaustive, and his descriptions are not 
quite adapted to mo(lern types, his enumeration still serve
 as a most excellent frame on which 
to hang an exposition of these forms for studies amI disclU:;sion. \Ve see mouarchy, or the 
rule of one, in Russia, ('hina and Turkey; aristocracy, or the rule of the few in a waning 
degree in (
ermallY and Austria, where nobles still exercise large power in houses of peers and 
in gm'ernment; democracy, or the rule of the many, in the United ::'tates, in the South 
_.\.merican republics, ana in numerous countries to which popular government has extended 
itself within this century. \Ye see also the truth of his remarks that monarchy can assume 
the Ilegenerate shape of tyranny; aristocracy, the degenerate shape of oligarchy; amI 
democracy, the degenerate shape of anal chy or mob nIle. DllIlcr Illodern conditions aris- 
tocracy, a
 a form of government, is fast Ilisappearin
 before the gl'Owth of democracy. In 
:England the power of the peers was effectually b,'nken by the introduction of responsible 
or parliamentary government in the reign of \Yilliam III. and the passage of the first RefOl'm 
Bill uf IS
2. The peers of the realm now derin their influence chiefly through their con- 
nection with the lJOlitical party in power and the ministry that owes its existence to the 
communs. (hI the continent of Europe, the houses of peers are still powerful, but their 
power as a house is chiefly derived not from purely al"Ístocratic infiuence, uut from their share 
in the work of legislation as a branch of the legislature, .\lId from the presence in the majority 
of cases of life or elected members, representing important cIas!;, educational, aUlI other 
interests that hring the bodies into touch with the more 1>(opnlar elcments of the country. 
:\lonarchy still exists as all important form of go\.ernment. The present govcrnment of 
l
ussia is ahnormal in the Europe of to-day, as ahnormal as that of lhe Turk,-" a belated 
-example of those crude forms of politics which the rest of Europe has outgrown." Otherwise 
the monarchies of Europe are limitell hy the resolutions of the popular parliaments. \Yhile 
monarchy is IllO\'e or less. limited and aristocracy seems on the point of disappearing, 
<lemocracy, a
 a form of gO\'ernment, is in a fair way to prevail universally. Ever since the 
rise of popular education in the last century, amI the success of parliamenta.ry government in 


R\;\"i"e(l and ('cwrene<l from latest a\.ailahle authorities. 



1897] 


FOR3IS OF GOYERX3IEXT THROUGHOCT THE WORLD. 


7.5 


England, and popular government in the United States, the forces of popular thought have 
made a steady headway throughout the world. But we have seen that democracy may mean 
license and anarchy, as Aristotle long ago foresaw, and none but a Cæsar or a military leader 
can at times bring it back to reason amI order. Citizens under monarchical rule may be, and 
often are, more fortunately placed as far as personal liberty is concerned than the citizens of 
pure republics in South America. In those countries tyranny as brutal as that of Caligula or 
Com modus has reigned. Out of fourteen presidents of the Bolivian republic, thirteen ha,-e 
died assassinated or in exile, and no one can safely conjecture the final fate of any of the 
former colonies of Spain. Even in the United States, despite the influence of English 
institutions and the English gO\'erning instinct for law and orller-the saving principle always 
in that great federal republic-democracy at times, under the sway of mob rule 3.nd party 
spirit, has seemed clearly dangerous to public security and good government. 
But a close study of forms of government is encouraging since it shows on the whole a 
steady gro" th of representative institutions, and the extension of popular rights under hopeful 
conditions oi law and order. The theory of national sovereignty has been fully accepted in 
:France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Holland. Belgium, Greece, and the Scan.linavian States. In 
(.:-ermany it has not been yet acclimatize.l, hut while the emperor's will is still a powerful factor 
in government and legislation, we can see the influence of the English principles of parliament- 
ary and popular government. In Spain we still see the influence of the military spirit, and 
DO one wouM he surprised to see bayonets in the Cortes at certain political crises. In France, 
the results of late have heen encouraging, and it is quite possible that France may still give 
us additional evidences of the strength of parliamentary government outside of countries of 
English origin, 
England is the mother of free go,'ernments throughout the world, even among nations 
that do not speak her tongue. Her principles have more or less intluenced the great com- 
munities of Europe, as I have jnst shown. Her self-governing aependencies have closely 
followed her parliamentary system of govern!llent, and year by year we see colonies emerging 
from a state of. pupilage amI assuming large rights of self-government. It is true that in 
Jamaica there has been a step backward, but It has been forced by abnormal conditions of 
depresse.l trade and the existence of a large and idle coloured population, not equal to the 
requirements of freedom anll citizenship. The British empire now comprises forty-two 
distinct and in.lependent governments. In addition to these there are a number of scatterell 
depPllIlencies under the dominion or protection of England, which do not possess regularly 
formed administrations and vast territories controlled by 
nglish chartered companies pro- 
tected lIy the queen. Of the forty-two administrations, eleven have elected assemblies ana 
re8ponsible go,'emment; the others are (I) crown colonies in which the crown "has the sole 
control of legislation while the administration is carried on by public officers Ullllf'r the con- 
trolof the home government"; or (2) colonies" possessing representative institutions but not 
responsible government, in which the crown has no more than a ,'eto 011 legislation, but the 
home g(}\"ernment retains the control of public officers." 
'Yhile the oM world is the home of the parliament and a responsible ministry, the ne", 
worl.l is that of a congress, and an executi,'e not having seats in or directly responsible to the 
legi"lature. In some countries of Europe, and in England's depcndencies, the English model 
is Ilirectly followed, but the South American republics have taken the American sy"tem with 
some modifications. In Cana(la alone, in America, is responsihle or EIlglish parliamcntary 
government seen in complete operation. :K e,"ertheless jt is England that has gi yen represent- 
ative gO\'ernment to the world at large. The system of the 'Lnited :states is hased on English 
institutions of a century ago, and on the legislative system of the old English colonies. It is 
the principle of federation that ha.s peen fully expamlell in the Cnited States. It has formed 
the model for even Swib:erland and Canada, and developed the idea all throughout the :world. 
In (;ermany, Austria, Hungary, 
orway and S" eden, the \Yest Iudies, and in a few ::5outh 
.A ll'lerican repuhlics, we see this federal idea solving important problems of political goyern- 
ment. In Australasia there is now hefore the legislatures and people a scheme of union hased 



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on that of the United :-\tates and Canada, and the time is probably not far distant when those 
distant English communities will enter into the rank of federations with a great future hefore 
them as a unitell dominion of the empire. The federal idea in co-operation with respon:,;ible 
or representative gO\-ernlllent must sooner or later rule the world. 
In every country possessing representative government we see a parliament or diet or 
congress, or some other assembly conveying the same political thought in the particular 
language of a nation or state. In the majority of cases, two houses prevail. Canada occupies 
an exceptional position among English dependencies with responsible government, since rive 
out of the seven provinces of the dominion have aholished their legislative councils or upper 
branches of the legislature. Those countries in America that have followed the model of t.he 
United States possess a senate or upper chamber (Nicaragua excepted). One chambered 
legislatures prevail in Servia, Bulgaria, (ireece, in the laUlItags of Austria, and in the diets 
of the minor German states except those of the free cities. Apart from these legislative 
h .dies, the European communities have two chambers, varying from that of X orway (where. 
after a single general election, a certain number of the deputies returned are told to make an 
upper house,) to the ultra-aristocratic house of magnates, establishetl from the earliest time 
under the ancient Hungarian constitution. Hereditary peers, generally mixed with life peers 
and elective peers, are still common in the seconcl chamhers of the continent of Europe; they 
are found in Cisleithan Austria, in Prussia, in Bavaria, in some of the smaller German states. 
and in :O;pain and PortugaL Life peers al:,;o occur by themselves but the crown is generally 
directed by the constitution to select them from certain clas8es of distinguished men. The 
best example of an upper house formed by this method is the Italian senate. In many states. 
the mOlIe of electing senators or peers is indirect, either the electoratp is different, or pro- 
vinces, or states or communes elect, while the deputies of the popular branch are taken from 
the nation at large. E\Oen the senate of the United :O;tates is founded on inequality of repre- 
sentation. This llistinction hetween the elections of the two houses shows a fundamental 
doubt as to the safety of the democratic theory. 
The seco
d or popular chamber, however, is the most powerful. All elected or second 
assemljlies have the initiation of money votes, and taxation. The senate of the United 
tates is 
probably the sole instance of a legislative body which is not inferior in legislative importance 
to the lower house, and possesses special functions-the approval or rejection of important 
appointments and th
 confirmation of treaties-not enjoyed by any similar hody in the world. 
In the Spanish cortes, however, either house may take the initiative in all cases of legislation. 
In the Ketherlalllls, the upper house cannot amend the bills of the lower branch, but must 
accept or reject them in their entirety. The British house of lords cannot initiate or ameJHI a 
money bill; neither can the Canadian senate nor the upper houses of any of the British 
dependencies. The senate of the Cnited States, howe\-er, may amend while it cannot 
originate a revenue or money bill. The upper house of the Prussian land tag cannot amend 
the budgEt. In some countries there is a nnion of the two houses to consider and pass hill::; 
on which one or the other disagrees. This is a useful precedent, though it is borrowed from 
the system of the Uniteil States. In some German states a permanent committee repre:sents 
the house or houses then not sitting-a fJlla.si responsible government in practice. 
Universal suffrage prevails generally in Xorth and South America, including the provinces 
of British Columbia, 
Ianitoba, Ontario, };ew Brunswick and Prince Etlwanl hland. In a 
few South American states, and in :\1assachnsetts some educational tests are necessary. 
Costa Rica limits the franchise to tho
e who can live respectably, amI :\Iexico to " all respect- 
able male allults." Hayti requires her negro citizens to have "some vocation" -a mere 
euphemism certainly. In the states of Colorado, Utah and \Vyoming, women can vote at 
state, as well as at municipal elections, amI the same is true of 
 ew Zealand and South Australia. 
In Europe, property, income. and the payment of taxes govern. The German reichstag and 
French chamber of deputies are chosen hy general suffrage. But in no part of Europe except 
Austria can womcn vote even on a property qualilication. In some countries a premium is 
placed on learning or ellucation, viz.: Victoria, Tasmania, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chili, Cape of 



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1-.... 
, I 


Hood Hope, 
]alta, Hawaii, Hungary, Bremen, and other states. III ::\Iontenegro, men 
capable of bearing arms are the electors. In a few countries the age of electors is limited to 2.3, 
but the onlinary 8ge of manhood, 21, may be considered the rule. 
Qualifications for members of the houses are required generally on the lines of age, but 

xcept in a few of the older states of Europe property qualification is now not necessary for 
the popular chamber. The age of the elected or appointed members of the upper houses is 
generally greater than that of the lower, 30 being the average. The numher of members in 
upper houses-chiefly those elected or appointed-is, as a rule, lower than that of the 
popular chamber. The English housé of lords, however, is not very much less than that of 
the commons, but, it must be remembered that only a small proportion of peers ever take 
their seats or vote. The Hungarian house of magnates actually counts a few more thau the 
popular branch, while the new .T apanese parliament preserves a parity. 
The relations to the executive show great divergence. Countries of the English type, as 
I have already intimated, display the ministerial responsibility well de\-eloped. Un the 
continent generally the connection is somewhat slighter. In Sweden anll 1\orway it is unde- 
fined. To be sure the Lierman constitution does not create a ministry responsible to the 
legislature. But the system of government "seems to be in a transition stage between the 
one-man rule of 'f1lWâ absolutism under constitutional forms, and the liberal1'e!lillle of modern 
times." There is no ministerial responsibility in Switzerland. Between the anglo-continental 
system and the congressional plan, there is a very wide divergence. 
The sovereign of a monarchy aIlli the president of a republic has, "ith a few exceptions, 
some share, often considerable, in legislation. The German emperor has vast powers ;-the 
other European constitutional sovereigns far less. The American president has far greater 
power in legislation than the queen of England, since he can stop any congressional legislation 
when there is not a two-thirds majority in both hOllses to over-ride his veto. The king of 
:O;weden has an absolute veto in Sweden, and promulgates various laws, though in his office as 
King of Norway he has a suspensi\-e veto only, and possesses some temporary powers when the 
,,;torthing is not sitting. 
The French national assembly has the important duty of electing the president of the 
republic, while the Swiss federal republic-the home of the "initiative" and the "refer- 

ndum"-chooses the entire executive or federal council. )Iembers of this council can sit amI 
speak but not vote in the chambers. The federal assembly elect the president and vice- 
president from among the members of this council. Here are more illustrations of distrust of 
democracy. 
It may be said that the principles of representative and popular governmeut have, illileed, 
made remarkable strides within the latter ll<\]f of this century. The latest acquisition is 
.Japan, which has already made a claim for a high place among civilized nations and proved its 
capacity to understand the principles of parliamentary government as well as the rules and 
- conditions of modern warfare. Another half-century must witness an extraordinary develop- 
ment in the same direction of popular government. The great English poet wmte a 
political truth when he told us years ago :- 


" For throuJrh all the ages an increasing purpose mns, 
And the thoughts of men al'e \\ idened with the process of the 8uns." 


H.-GOVERNMENT OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 


Population, :H5,OOO,OOO; with protectorates, about E:\ECfTIVF. POWER. 
.5ö2,OOO,OOO. Area without protecteð tenitol'.r, 9,144,- 
.35 square miles. A sovel'eign, at present a queen, e:\.el'cisin!r all pOll erg 
of executil-e go\'el'llment throu!:"h a ('abiuet compo!'cd of 
GRKAT BRITAIS ANV IRELASD.- )Ional'chy uncler pal"' certain Sllorll pril'Y f"ouncillOls, who act as alII isers of 
liamentary government. Population inl
91, :n.ï"o,

3: the Cl'own, ami conduct the puhlic aclmiuistmtion in 
gngland, 27,560,0110: Wales, 1,;>]U,034; !:5eotland, 4,fJ
5,- accordance with law ami ('onstitntional u><ag-e. The 
l6-f; Ireland, 4,704,750. Area, 1
I,1l5 sf]ual'e miles: cl'own is hel'editar)", but subject to snch limitations a... 
Eng-land, 51,000; Wales, 7,37
; Seotlancl, 30,ON); Il"e- I ma
. be imposed In parliament-i.e., b
 the eroll n, Jon}" 
!allfl, 31,759. and COllllllon!'. The head of the administration is the 



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IEXT THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. 


premier, or first minister, who ili the choice of the 
crown; he selects the memberli of the cahinet and min- 
istry, with the approval of the sovereign. The cabinet 
consists, at present, of 16 ministers, of WhO)l1 the 
first lord of the treasury is generally prcmier. In addi- 
tion to the inner or a(l\ iliory council, called the (.abinet, 
there are other ministers holding subordinate pOliitions 
in the government, but who also retire with the cabinet 
in case of resignation or defeat. The whole number of 
persons comprising the g-m-ermnent of Ellgland, includ- 
ing t.he chief officials for Scotlallfl and Ireland, is 56. 
The gowrnment hold office as long as they retain the 
confidence of the house of commons. The common law 
is the basis of justice in Great Britaiu and Ireland, and 
in aU colonies and dependencies of the crown. Wher- 
ever, in the latter, the ch il or other law is in force. it 
will be staterl below in the ca"e of the l'al'ticular colony. 
LEOISLATJ\.E POIIF.R ASD LOCAL GOVERK}IF.ST. 
The parliament ot Great Britain is composed of the 
crown. lords and commons. 'The lords consists at pre- 
sent of 5i6-archhishops (
), hishops (24) and peers. the 
latter divided into :!
 dukes, :!2 marquesses, 119 earls, 

6 viscounts, and 308 haronli. Si" princes of the I'OJ al 
blood hale also seats in the house. Hcothtnd is repre- 
scnted h;l. 16 peel's, elected for each pal"liament, and 
Ireland b
 28 representative peers ele(.t,ed fOI' life. The 
speaker is the lord high chancellOl' of England, who is a 
memher of the cabinet, ami I'etil'es \\ ith a change of 
gOI erllluent. The house of lorrls has co-ordinate powers 
of legislation II ith the house of commons, except as I'e- 
spects taxation or money billli. It canuot initiate or 
amend such bills, hut it ma) under eJ\.ceptional condi- 
tions reject them as a whole. The house of COlli mons ili 
the body where the chief political power rests. It con- 
si...tli of 670 memhel's, elected 11) the legal electors of 
t;reat Britain and Ireland. as follows: Eng-land 465, 
"ales 30, 
l'otland ï
, Ireland 103. All elections are 
now hI' hallot. 
ince the reform bill of 1832 the fmn- 
chise flas been wideh" extended to all classes who have a 
stahe in the counÙ
. The suffmge is now divided 
among freeholders, copyholders,leaseholders, occupants 
of lands and tenemcnts, and loùgers of a specified value. 
The house of comlnons lasts for se\.en years, unless 
soonel'dissohed b\' the crown with the adnce of the 
cahillet. Parliamèllt is sunUllOned, prorogued and dis- 
soh"ed hy the sovereign. The speaker and deputy 
speaker of the commons are elected h)" the house for 
the dumtion of thc parliament. 
Iemhel's do not re- 
quire a property (IUalification, but the.\ must be Eng-lish 
citizens of the ag-e of 21 
 ears. not hankmpts, or idiots 
or criminals. 
Iembers al'e not paid. The system of 
local gO\ ernment has been much simplified lluite re- 
cently. Ellgland ami Wales are now dh idpd int 0 62 
administrative counties, including the city of London. 
In e\ery county there is a council composed of alder- 
men and coun('illors. Aldermen are elected for six 
years, half of them retil"ing- e\"el)' third } ear. A coun- 
cillor is elected for three years. The counties are again 
di\-ided into" urhan districts" and "mral districts,' in 
which councils aI'e elected. The parish continues to be 
a unit of local gO\ ernment, and the duties fOl'merly 
performed by "vestl'ies" are now discharg-ed hy 
.. parish mcetings" and "pa,'ish councils." In cities 
an(l tOl\ ns the affairs are administered by municipal 
corporations, cOl1sistillg of ma;l"or, alrlermen and bur- 
gesbes; the ma;l 01' and aldermen are elected by t,he 
councjl, and the bUl'g-elises by mt,cpa
 ers. ".omen can 
he electe(l onl) to distriet <,o\\ncils and l'
rish councils, 
inclu(ling the London \ estries. 
Iarl"ied as \\ ell as 
sing-Ie \\ omen can vote at l'arol'hial elections. III 
:-icotland there are pari
h councils, and municipal 
hOllies in towns and cities. The conneils of the latter 
consist of a pro\ ost and hailies. In Ireland then' is no 
s
 stem of I'elwesentati\ e local goOI el'llmcnt, but in 
counties the authOl'it). is the g-raml j11l"Y. In some 
tnwns and horon
hs the,'e are ('orl'orations cfJnsisting" 
of mayor, aldermen an,l emmdllOl..... In the majorit.
 of 
towns local g-ol-erument is entrnsted to ('ommissioners, 
appointed by the Irish gO\ ernm
nt. 


BRITISH COLONIES AND DEPENDEN:CIES, viz.: 
Aden, a British protectorate ami fortifie(l station: 
estimated population, 42.000, mostl
 Bedouins; area, ïfi 
square miles. 


PER'M, a dependency of Aden, has five square miles 
and a population of 
,OOO. ' 
E,{ECl.TI
'E POWER.- Under the lieutenant-gO\'el'llor 
and council 

 Bomb
y, who are !'epresented hy a presi- 
dent or poht,cal resident, who IS the commandant of 
the English troops in the peninsula. 
Anda
an and Nicobar Islands, a penal settle- 

:
fl

.; estImated population, 2i ,000; area, 2,50t:! square 
E'{F.CUTI\ E POWER.-Subject to Vo\-ernment of Belwal 
(see India). A chief connnission
' and superintend;nt 
are appointed by the Indian govel'llment. 
m

.cension Island, a naval station; area, 3
 squam 
EXECUTIVE POIIER.-This rocky island is under the 
control of the English navy. 
Bahamas (West Indies), representathe bnt not re- 
sponsible. g'overmnent; population, 4ï ,565; area, 5,800 
square nnles. 
E.XECUTIVE Pmn;R.--;-Governor appointed by the im- 
penal g-overnment, as III other colonies and dependende!o 
(ex
ept the provinces .of the D
minion of Canada), 
assisted by an execut!\'e council of nine nlf'mbers, 
partly official and partly unofficial, ha\'ing !oeats in one 
of the hranches of the legislature. 
LEOISLATI\'E POWF.R AND LOCAL GlJVF.R
ln::I"T.-Le""is- 
lath-e council of nine members, chosen hv the <,ro
'n 
and a representative assembly of :m menlhers elected 
on a small propert
. qualification. 
Iembers must 
ha\ e a property qualification. 
Bahrein Islands, English protectorate; estimated 
population, 25,OÙO. 
E,{ECI'TI\"E Pow
:R.-Hereditary chief 01' sheik, who is 
a 
Iohammedan. English resident controls affail's. 


Baluchistan, an independent feudatory state of 
India under the protectomte of England; population. 
500,UOO, lar
ely nomadic; area 106,OUO slluare miles. 
I EXECUTIVE POWER.-A hereditary khan or chief, II ho 
s the head of a confederacy of chiefs, with undefine.l 
powers. and aided b
' an Ellglish political agent "0 far 
a<; British interests are concerned. 


Basutoland. crown colony; population, 219,000, 
nearly all natives; area estimated at 10,30(1 square 
miles. 
E"\.ECI.'fI\ E POWF.R. --A resident <'Olmnis<;ioner, ap- 
pointed hy the ('1'0\\ II, acting- unrler the direction of the 
hig-h commissioner for Houth Africa. 
LF.OISLA'fI\ E POWF.R A:\O LOC-\L GO\ ER!\"\'F.
'f.-Lelyis- 
lath e authority is exercised by the cOlllmissioner
 by 
pl'oclamation. . 


Bechuanaland. B,'itish crown colonJ"; population, 
ïO,(
IO; area, il.00U square miles. 
EU;cIITI\-E POWER.-An adlllinistmtor, deput)- hig-b 
commissioner, and chief mag-istrate, repl'e!oenting the 
go\ernor of Cape Colony. 
L
;OISLATI\ E POWER _-\VD LOCAL t
OVER:I"IIEST.-This 
colon)- is to he annexed immediatdy to the Cape, at, 
this time of wl'iting-. 
Bermudas, with representative, hut not reo.;ponsi- 
ble government; population, 15,60(1; area, 19 square 
miles. 
EXECII'fln: POI\ F.R.-Governor, assisted by a pri\;I- 
couneil, appointed Ity the crown. and consisting" of foUl' 
official and two unofficialmemhers. 
LEOISLAfI\-E POWER A
II LOCAL t;O\'EH
l'E:\.T.-A 
leg'islati\-e council of nine melllbel's, three of whom am 
ottkial, ami six unofficial. but all appointed It)" the 
crown. A house of assemhl) of 36 members, elected by 
a freehold (IUalification. 
Icmhel's must ha\"e a pl'O- 
perty qualification, ami are paid ðS. a day for attend- 
ance. Hamilton and St. George have corporations. 


British Central Africa, comprising Kyasaland 
and the BI.itish sphere of influence be
 ond ; an Eng-lish 
III'otectorate; estim
ted population, 5,(
IO,()OO. Area, 
estimated at 5110,000 square miles. 
E\t:cl 'flVF. PO\\ RH.-The affairs of K\ a!oaland are ad- 
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instructions of the secreta,'y of state for fOl'eig-n affairs, Canadian parliament and of the legislatures are baSE-ii 
and the territol'Y beyond, unlier'Bl'itish influelwe, by a on those of the imperial parliament. The closUl'e does 
commissioner directed by t,he British South Africa not e},.ist in Canada. 
chart,ered company. 


Provinces and 'Territories of the Dominion, 
\iz.-
ova IScot,ia, populatiolJ, 4!;O,
9ü; area, 
O,60() 
sfJuare milf:s. 
ew Brunswkk. population, 3
1,
63; 
al'ea, 
8,
nO. Prince Edwarrllslaml, population, Im},078; 
arca, 
,(lO(). Quehec. population, 1.4-;8,535; area, 

8,- 
!l00. Ontario, population, 
,114.:{
1; al'ea, 


,OOO. 

Ianitoba, popuhttion, b2.50G; area, 116.0:!.1. British 
Columbia, population, 9!:!,173; area, 407,300. 
EU:Cl"TIVR 1'0\\EII.-In all these ]JI'o\inces thél'e is a 
lieutenant-governor. appointed fOl' f1\ e 
 ears b: the 
governor-g-eneral of the Dominion in council, ancl airled 
hy an executh e council of ei;,rht or Ie,..,.. membel ", \\ ho 
have seats in the legislature, and are re
ponsible to the 
Barbadoes, with representati\'e, but not responsi- popu.lar hOl
se in accordance with the principle!o of 
hie go\'ernment; population, 185,000; ar
a, 1(j6 squart' En
hsh parhamentary g-o\'ermnenL 
miles. LEOISLA'fI\'F: POWER ,
XD LOCAL Uon:RX\lF.XT. - In 
F.XECI'TIYE PO\\ ER.-GoVel'llor, assisted by an e},.ecu- 
o\'a Scotia !tnd 4uehec thcre is a legislative council of 
ti\-e committee, officials, military officers, and such 
o and 24 members respectively, appointed by the 
other persons as ma\ he nominated b
' the queen, one l lieutenant-govel'llor in coundl of each province. The- 
memher of the legisÌati\'e council, and four memb . ers of as!òembly in .these provinces consists of 
8 aJ!d 73 ,mel.n. 
the assembly, nominated by the governor. ,ben; re"pectl\'ely, el
cted for foul' years,lIl, :tiìOV!I Scot
a, 
LKOISL
'flVF. POWF.R AX[) LOCAL GO\",F.RX,\lRxr.-A legls- and fOl' fh"e 
 ear" III tluebt'c, on a lumte(l fr<lndllse 
latÍ\'e council of nine members, appointed by the (!ueen. ba"cd un propel ty and income. The "peaker of the 
and a house of a
semhlJ of 
4 members elected annually legislati\ e council is avpointed by the crown. In the 
b
 the people on a vel'.\" liberal franchise, in('luding" pt'l'- fh'e other P!'o\inces t!lerc is onl,\. one house, an ele<:ted 
sons enjm ill" pensions, assembl
', \"lZ., Ontal'Jo, 94 memhel'!o; New Brunswick, 
. '" 41; P. E. Island, 30; 'Ianitolm, 40; British Coltllubia, 
Brunei, a British protectorate; population, 15,000; 33. In all these PI'O\ inces there is manhoOfI :mffmge, 
area, :!öO,OOO square miles. limited by residence ami dt.izenship, but in P. E. I",land 
EXKC'''f1VE PO\n:R.-A native state, with a Sultan as a 15 are elected on a ,.peciall't'.tl e"t:tte qualification. In 
ruler. The con!'ular courts at Borneo ha\e jurisdiction all of these l)rovim.cs the duration of the a.,!òpmbl
. is four 
here, with appeals to the supreme COUl't of the Stmits years, unle
s sooner dissolvpd, St'''sions are annual. 
Settlements, In all of the }wo\inces the !<peakt'I'
 of the a""t'mbliee 
are elected })\ the mem!.er8. In hoth houses members 
are paid. )Iembel's l'equire no propel't;\ qualifif'ation. 
The leg'blathe powers of the leg-islatUl"eS are defined by 
the Rritish North America Apt of ISt;i Widows an(llll1- 
marrie(l \\ omen, "hen ta....e(l, can tote at municipal 
elections in Ontario and the Xorth-Wcst Territories: in 
'Ianitoha and nriti",h CohulIl,ia, all womt'n \\ ho are 
taxed in their 0\\ n right can votp at such ele(,tions. 


British North Borneo, a British pl'Otectorate; 
estimated population, 200,000: 
rea, :30,000 square miles. 
E'\.Ecl'TlYE PUWKR.-The affaIrs of thIs protectomte 
are, under a royal charter, administered b.' a court of 
directors in London, with a gm'emor, treasUI'el'-geneml 
ånd residents appointed by them, but in the case of the 
governor the appointment must h
 appro\'ed by the 
foreign secret
r.
' of state.. The Imlian yena.l and other 
laws are a(lnlllllstered with such mo(hficatlons as are 
necessary. English magistmtes are stationed in the 
sever
ll)J'o\ inces, 


Canada, Dominion of, a federal (lepcmIenc
', \\ ith 
repI'esentath'e and responsible go\'el'llment. Popula- 
tion, about 5,000,000; area, 3,315,64i square miles 
(e},.clusive of \\ aters). 
EXECl Tl\'E POWER, - The queen repl'esented b
- a 
g-ovel'nOl'-general, appointed by the crown, and ad\ ised 
by a cahinet chosen from memhers of the pri\'y council 
of Canada, ami consisting of 1
 ministers. holding 
depaltmt'nt.al offices, bcsidt's one or nlOl'e mini!<ters 
\\ ithout office. The go\"el'llment hol(ls office a<; long- 
30<; tht';\ have the confidence of the popular IJranch of 
parliament. The principles of parliamentar
' go\"ern- 
ment are those of Englarul. The common ami cl'iminal 
la\\ of Eng-land pre\'ails in all the pl'O\'inces e},.\'ept 
<.!uebec, whel'e the old French cidl ('ode and En!:"lish 
CI'iminallaw are in force. 
LEOISLATI\'F. POWF:R A
D LOCAL GO\'ERJÜIRXT. -The 
queen, senate, and house of commons. The senate is 
composed of 71\ members, when full, appointed by the 
crown, l'osses
t'd of property qualification and of 
the age of 30 year
. The speaker is chosen by the 
cro\\ n, It has co-ordinate powers of legislation \\ it.h 
the house of commons, except in the case of re\'enue, 
taxation, or money bills. Though it cannot initiate or 
amend such bills, it ma
' reject them umlel' extra- 
ordinary ('ÌI'cumstanees. 
Iemhel's are paid "'1,n()() for a 
ses..ion of 0\ er ;jO da
 s, and a sUln for tl'a\ elling" 
expenses at the rate of l() cents a mile g-oing and return- 
ing. The hOllse of conllnons con!òists, at prpsent" of 213 
members-chosen on a \'ery liheml fmnchisc hust'd on 
property, income and wagè-earning, with rcsidence and 
citizenship. :Hember.. require no pl"Operty qualification, 
but the.\ must be of the age of 
1 and HI'iti..h subjects, 
not dio;qualified h.\' law. The speaker is chosen hy the 
commOlIS. Parliament has a legal existence of five 

"ears unless sooner dissolverl hy the governor-gcneml, 
anrlmeets once e\'elY year. 
Iemhers are paid the same 
as st'nators. As Canada posseS'ies a S,\ stem of fe(Jeml 
gO\'ernment, her leg-islath'c po\\ers arc limiterl to certain 
""uhjects of dominion 01' national import, st't forth in the 
written constitution, or British 
o..th Amel'ÍC'a Act, of 
1 
(ji, with the rc
idue of power not expres<;l
' given to the 
pro\'inees in the fcdt'ml government. All the pl'Ovinces 
of C:uHlda except PrilJ('e E(lward Island possess a very 
complete 8
'stem of muniPipal go\"el"llment which 
entrnsts certain ,/uaÛ le;..dslath'e pm\ ers to councils in 
municipal di\ isions known aq cities, conntit's, town- 
ships, towns, villages and pal'ishes, and ele(.ted by rate- 
payers, The rules and usages of procedure of the 


North-West Territories, dl\ided intodi",uicts, 
viz,: Alberta, Assinihoia, Athahao;('a, Sa<;katchewan, 
with representati\'e but not, responsiblf' 6 0v E-l'IImenf. 
In addition to thesc pllltiall
' settled and m'gallizt'(1 dis- 
tricts. tht' following di\ isions hat e also bcenmadl' in th(' 
nnsettle(l reg'ion; Franklin, Kee\\atin, )Iar-kenzie. {'n- 

a\'a, and Yukon. The total population of the ì'í. ,,-. T. 
is no\\ ahout ]O{ì,OOO /Son Is; aI'ea, 
,49ï,4:!j squal'e miles. 
EXF.cl''fIn: PO\\ F:R.-A lieutenant-
o\ ern or. appointed 
for fi\'e 
'ears by the g"0\ el'llor-
enel'al of CanarIa in 
council, and assisted hy an executÌ\ e committee of four 
persons. chosen b
 the assemhl," for financial purposes. 
L.:OISI.\'f!"\'E 1'0WF:R AXIl LUCAL U(J\ .:RX)..:XT. - An 
asst'mhly of 26 memhers chosen hy ballot on a \'el'}' 
liheral fl'anchisp haserl on l'esidCIwe amI hou..;ehold 
qualification, Imlians heing- exclnrle{l. 1t elects its own 
3peaker, has a duration of foul' years un Ie"s sooner di8- 
soh'e(l, ami meet
 once e\'en ve:n'. 
Ielllbel's rlo not 
refJuire a l)J'o)lert
' qualification: Tht' leg'i'<lati\ e powers 
are defined hy a dominion act, ami aI'e, as nearl
' as 
pl'acticahle, those of pro\ incial a'<sf'mhlies, )lnllicipal 
institut ions ha\ f' heen estaulishe(l in tm\ ns anrl I'Ural 
districts, in imitatiun of the Ontario s.\ stem. 


Cape of Good Hope, with I'e!'òponsihle govel'll- 
ment; population, 1,fi
",OOO; al'f'.t, :!:!
,IIUO square miles. 
EXF.cl'rl\'F. 1'0wKR.-A g'O\ el"llOr. a
!oj",tcd b\ an execu- 
tive COUlH"il of si'l. 01' more mem ht'rs, hat ing 'seats in the 
legislature and holding office on the pl'Ìll('iples of respon- 
,..ihle g-ovel'llment. Th(' l{oman Dutch eivil and En
lish 
criminallaw8 are in fm'ce. 
LE0I8L\'fJ\.R PII\\"KR AX[) Locu, GO\ .:R'I(\IF:XT.- A leg-i<;- 
lative council of :!:! mcmhel's pIected for >!t'\'en ,\'ears, 
lwesirlc(1 0\ er, ,'X o!lit'io. h
 the ('hief j n..;t ice, and a 
house of assemhly of 76 el('(.ted mt'mher
, The memheJ"l'o 
of 
he legislatÌ\ e eouncil must ha.\ e a properf
 qUalifi- 
cat.lon, hut an
 person not an ahen or otherwi!'e di<;- 
qualified ilia) be elef'ted a melllher of assemhly. 1lem- 
uel"3 of both houses are plected hy hallot on a \ ery 
* :See Bourinot's " How Canada. is Governed," p. 155_ 



."i0 


FOR)IS OF GOYEHS)lEXT THROUGHOrT THE WORLD. 


[1897 


liberal franchise, based on propertJ, income or wages, 
and certain elementary educational requirements. 
}Iembers are paid. The debate may be either in Eng-lish 
or DUÌf'h. The assembl;\' elects its 0\\ n speaker, meets 
annually, and has a duration of five years unless soonel' 
dlSSolve(1. A municipal s
stem has been established, 
and councillors are elected to boards and councils. 


Ceylon, cI'own colony; population, 3,100,000; area, 

5,a6j square miles, 
EXF.CUTln: PO\nm.-Governor, aided b.' an executi\e 
council of fi\.e members, composed of officials and the 
commander-in-chief. The Homan Dutch law and Indian 
penal code pre\ ail. 
LF.m
LAT'n: PuWER AXD LOCAL GO\.ERX:\IEXT.-A legis- 
)ath'e council of lï members, including the member!'! of 
the executh'e coundl, four other office-holders, and 
eight unofficial members appointed by the crown_ The 

overnor is pI'esident. GO\ e1'lJment ag-ents administer 
local affairs of the nine prO\ inces. 


" Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Alderne
, 
::iark, Herm, representative dependencies; population, 
92,0011; 301'1'30, 73 square miles. 
EXECl'TI\.E PO\n:R.-Üne lieut.-go\ernor appointed by 
the crown, for Jerse
, and another gO\'el'norin Guernse.' 
for the other islands. 
LIWISLATln: 1'0Wt:R 'XD LOCAL Gm'ERN
IE
T.-States 
assemhly, partly officials, partly elected members. The 
islands ha'-e their own law3 and customs. 


Cyprus, British pl'Otectorate by convention with 
Turke
'; estimated population, 21O,00U; area, 3,58,1 
square mile"'. 
E\ECI'TI\'E POWER.-Hi
h commissioner, or adminis- 
trator, appointed h
 the Englif>h crown, and aided hy 
'ln executive council of live members, in('luding the ad- 
ministratOl' and commandan t of the ganison, 
LEGISLA'n\ R POll ER A
D LOCAL GO\-ERX
IEXT.-Legis- 
lath'e council f'omposed of the high commissioner 
(president. t'x,nfJiciu), six non-elect.h'e members or 
officials and 12 elected memhers, nme chosen by the 
non-)IailOmetan popuh\tion and three by the )Iahome, 
tan population. The fmnchi"e, \, hich can be exen'ised 
by British suhjects and foreigners after five ."ears' resi- 
dence, is based on the payment of nath e taxes. The 
('ouncil ma\ last five \'ears unless sooner dis"'oh'ed. 
The Engli!'lÌ and üttomàn law prevails, and English or 
nath I' jlldges e'\.el'cise jurisdiction according as the case 
affects Ottoman 01' foreign interests. Elective councils 
exist in towns for local purposes. 


Fiji and dependencies, crO\I n colony; population, 
122,000; area, 423 square miles. 
E'\.ECI.TlVR POWKR.-GO\'ernor, aided by an executh'e 
council of three official members. NatÍ\'esal'e employed 
in administrath e positions throughout the islands. 
LEGISL-\TI\'R PUWER ,-\ND LOC-\L GO\'ERX
II<:ST.-Legis- 
lath'e connl'il of 12 memhers, composed of the govel'llor, 
as president, fi"e official and si'\. non-official members, 
all appointed hy the crown. A system of local g-O\ 1'1'11- 
ment, eJ\.i",ts ami the nathes are represented in \ illage 
and district councik An annual meeting of the high 
f'hiefs and representatÍ\'es from each province is held 
umler the presielenf'
' of the go\.ernol'. 


Falkland Islands, crown colony; population, 

,U(l(l; area, 4,1100 squa,'e miles. 
EXECI TI\'H Pmn:R.-GO\-ernor, aielI'd by an executi\ I' 
council, composed of the gOt ernor and t\\"o officials. 
LKGISL-\TI\'E PUWKR ASI) Loc -\1. Gon<:R
11F.XT.-Legisla' 
tive council of six members, inclnding the e'\.ecutÍ\ e 
f'ouncil, the judge, and two othel' unofficial mcmbers. 
The gO\ ernor is pI'esident. 


Gambia, CI'O\I n colony; population, 15,000; area, 
2, iOO s<(uare miles, 
E:\ECI Tin.; PU\I t:R.- \dministrator, aided hy an ex- 
ecutÍ\ e cOIII\!"il of fi\'e members. 
Lt;OISL,HI\'K Powtat ASD Loe 'L GU\"F:Rs\JF.xT.-Legisla- 
tÍ\ I' council of six persons, composed of the administra- 
tor, the three officials" ho are executive councillors, 
:l,nd two non-official memher", all appointed by the 
CI'O\\ n, 


, Gib,raltE!-:r:, military colony; population, 20,000; 
mcludlllg' nuhtary; area, two square miles. 
EXECI'TI\'E POWKR. - Governor, who is the general 
commanding and exercises all necessaQ' powers of 
government. 
Lt;0I8LA'fI\"F: POWF.R AXD LOCAL Go\'F.RX\mXT,- -The 
management of l
cal matters like water supply, drain- 
age, health, etc., IS entrusted to a body nominated b.' 
the gO\'ernor, called the sanitary coulIlIis",ionel's. 


Gold Coast Colony, Cl'own colony; population, 
77,000; area, 39.060 square miles. 
EXECI'Tl\'E PO\\ER.-GoVel'llor, aided bvan execntiH' 
council composed of the commandant and four official"" 
LEOII>LATI\'E POWER AXD LOCAL GO\'ERX\JEST.-Legb- 
lative council of the gO\'el'nol', the chief justice, mem- 
bers of the execu tÍ\'e council and three non-official 
persons. For the purposes of adminh.tration the 13 
d}stricts of the colony are presided over by a commi,,- 
SlOner, . 


Guiana, British, with representative but not re- 
sponsible govel'l1ment; population, 288,000 ; area, 109,- 
000 square miles. 
E\K('l:TI\'E POWER.-Governor as!Sisted þ\' an executi\'e 
council chosen from members of the COlut of })olic.\'. 
The jurispl'Udence is t,he English criminal law and the 
Roman-Dutch code. 
LEOISLATl\.E POWER ASD I,OCAL GO\ ERX\JE:ST.-Com- 
bined court, consisting of a court of policy of seven 
offil'Íal and eight electi\ e members, and also of six 
financial representati\-es, the elected members hein
' 
chosen by a vel'y liberal franchise based on propert.\', 
income, taxes and residence, !.Iembership to the com- 
bined court and conrt of policy is ba...eù on a pl'opertr 
and income qualification. Taxation and finance are 
dealt with by the comhined court alone. Municipal 
institutions ha\'e been introduced into this colony. 
Honduras, British; crown colony; population, 
32,000; area, i,562 square miles. 
EXECCTI\'E PO\\ER.-Lieutenant-g-overnor, assisted b
 
an executive council of se\'en members, three of whom 
are unofficiaL 
LEOISLATI\'F. POll F.R -\:SD LOCAL GO\'ERSlIEXT.-Le
is- 
lative council ap})ointed by the crown, and consisting- of 
three official and five unofficial members. The lieu- 
tenant-gm el'l1or is president, ex-officio. 


Hong-Kong, crO\\ n colony; population, 239,000; 
nrea, 30 square miles. 
EXECI'TI\ E POWF.R.-GO\'el'nOr, aided by an eJ\.ecutjye 
council of six official pcrsons. 
LF.OISLATJ\.E PmH:R AXD LOC'L GovERX
rF.
.,..-Legis- 
latÍ\'e council, composed of the governor (president), 
six official and fi\-e non-official members, three nomi- 
nated by the crown, one by the justices of the peace, 
and one hv the chamber of commerce. A Chinese is 
chosen one' of the three non-official members, 


Isle of Man, representati\'c dependency; popula- 
tion, 5!i,6oo; area, 227 square miles. 
E\ECCTIVE }'OWF.R.-GO\'CI'nOI' and council of ecclesi- 
astical ami judicial dignitaries, appointed hy the cro\\ n. 
Lt:OISLA'fI\'F. Po\l KR AXD LOCAL (;O\'ERN\Jt;ST.-Court 
of T,\'Ilwald, l'omposed of the IrO\ emor, the council, 
which is also an upper house, and house of keJ's, con- 
sisting of 24 memhel's, elected on a property qualifica- 
tion. The islaml has its own laws and customs, but the 
apprO\'al of the English crown is essential to e\er.\' 
enactment. 


India.-l. ß\"Íti",h provinces, population, 221,172,095. 
2. f'eudator
 or native states, umler British protection, 
population, 66,050,5i4. Total population of In(lia. 
28i,22a,5U; area, 1.600,000 square miles. 
EXEcuTJ\'F. POWKR.-l. In England, a secretary of 
state for India, a member of the cabinet, aided by a 
council of 1;) members. mosth. former residents of IlJ<lia. 
2. In India, a gove1'llor-genèral (or \'iceroy nominally) 
appointe(1 hy the qupen, acting under secretary of state 
for India, ami aided h\' a council of sÏ'\. memhers, also 
appointed II;\" the queen. 3. British India is divirled 
into 13 local 
ovel'llments and :'lChninistrations. The 
govcmors of }Iadra... and Bombay (still called presi- 
dencies) ami their councils are appointed hy the queen 



1897] 


81 


FOR)[S OF GOVER
l\[E
T THROUGHOeT THE WORLD. 


()r secretary of state; the lieutenant-
ovemors of Ben- 
gal and the north-west provinces with Oudh and the 
Punjaub, hy the governor-general; the chief commis- 
sioners of the other provinces by the same. 4. In the 
native and feudatory states the government is adminis- 
tered by the native princes with the assistance of an 
English resident or political agent. 
LEGISLATI\'E POWER AND LOCAL GOVERSMF.NT. - For 
India g-enerally there is a legislative council, composed 
()f the viceroy's council and some 12 or 16 other 
appointed meinbers, 1"01' the purpose of making laws 
and regulations. In Bomba} and Madras thel'e are 
both executive and leg-islative councils. In the north- 
west PI'o\ inces and Oudh there are only legislative 
councils. The chief commissioners have no legislative 
powers. In all the large towns thp.re is a municipal 
system an,1 committees or councils are elected by the 
ratepa,yers, but they cannot levy new taxes or pass by- 
Jaws without the assent of the provincial government. 


Jamaica, crown colony; population, 640,000; area, 
4,193 square miles. 
EXECUTIVE POWER. - Govemor, aided by a pl'Ïvv 
council of eight official aud other persons appointed by 
the crown. 
LEGISLATIVK POWF.R A
D LOCAL GOVF.RfiiMEST.-Le/!;is- 
lativc council composed of the governor (president with 
only a casting vote), five official members, five others 
appoint.cd by the crown, and nine elected. The council 
can be di!'lsolved at the end of every five years. Paro- 
chial boards exist in the pal'Ïshes for local administra- 
tive purposes. 


Kuria Mura Islands, under government of 
Aden. (See Aden above.) 


Labuan, crown colony; population, 6,000; area, 3] 
square miles. 
EXECUTIVE POWER.-Governor. 
LEGlSLA'flV8 POWF.R ASD LOC.
L GOVERXMF.XT.-GO\'er- 
nor can make ordinances. 


Laccadive Islands, population, 15,000; none 

xceeds a mile in length. Subject to ltIadms presi- 
dency. (See India.) 


Lagos, crown colony and protectorate, comprising 
-certain adjacent h,,hnrl!<; estimated population, 100,000 ; 
area, 1,069 square miles. 
EXECF'flVF. POWER.-Governor, aided by an executive 
council of three officials. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AND LOCAL GOVERSMEsT.-Legisla- 
tive council. composed of the governor (president), four 
<Jfficial and four non-official members appointed by the 
crown. Commissioners attend to administmtive affairs 
in the several districts. 


Leeward Islands (West Indies), federal colony 
with representatÍ\"e government in part; total popula- 
tion of islands, 128,000. 
E'{y.cHTlvE POWF.R.-Govemor, aided hy one common 
executive clluncil of seven officials for the five presi- 
dencies or islanrl gO\'ernments, set forth below. 
LIWISLATIVF. POWER ASD LOCAL GOVERS\IEST.-L('gis- 
lative council consisting of 10 elective and 10 appointed 
member!'. The island council of Antigua elect four of 
the elective members; the legislative council of Dom- 
inica, two; the non-official memhers of the le}!islati\ e 
council of St. Khts and Nevis, four. The nominated 
members comprise four officials, and fi\'e non-official 
memhers, one fmm each of the island counc>ils. The 
president is chosen from the latter bodies. The leg-isla- 
tive coundl has concurrent legislative powers with the 
island leg-islature, but the geneml leg-islature prevails 
in case of clashing- between the respective enactments. 
The general legislature meets annuall
', and has a dura- 
tion of three years. 


Presidencies of Leeward Islands Federa- 
tion, viz. : 
I-ANTIGUA, with depenrlencies of Barbuda and Red- 
onda; population, 37,000; area, 106 square miles. 
En:C{TTIVE POWER.-GO\ernor, aided bv an eJ\.ecutive 
'ouncil of nine members, official and non
officiaL 
6 


LEGlSLATlvt: POWKR ASD LOCAL GOVF.RX
IEST.-Legii!la- 
tive council of 
4 members, di\'ided into 12 cro\\n 
nominated persons, and 12memhers with a tixed income, 
and elected by a liberal franchise based on property. 
The council has a dumtion of fi"e years, and the presi- 
dent and vice-president are appointed by the crown. 
2--ST. CIIRI:;TOPIII<:R (St. Kitts), Neds and Anguilla; 
population, 45,000; area, St. Chl'Ìstopher. 46 square 
miles; Nevis. 50; .Anguilla, 35. 
EXY.CUTIVE POWKR.-Governor for the united presi- 
dency, aided by one executive council of II or more 
persons four of whom are officials. 
LEGISLATIVE POWI<:R ASD LOCAL GOVERX
IENT.-Legisla- 
ti,.e council compo
ed of the g'0\ ernor (president or a 
commissioner appointed by him), 10 official anrl 10 
nominated unofficial members, seven of the latter being 
selected from the people of St. Kitts and Anguilla, and 
three from 
evis. 
3-DoMiXICA; population, 2ï ,000; area, 291 square 
miles. 
EXt:CI'rlvE POwF.R.-President, representing the gO\"er- 
nor of the Leeward Islands, assisted by an executive 
council of se\ en members. 
LEOlsLATln: POWER A
D LOCAL GOVERSMF.NT.-Legis- 
lative assembly of seven appointed, and seven elected 
membel'
, presided over by the president. Electors 
must be tenants or occupiers of land or houses, and 
ha\'e incomes or pay ta'{es. 
4-
Io:;-TSERRAT; population, 12,000; area, 47 square 
miles. 
EXF.CUTIVF. POW1':R.-GO\'ernor, aiderl by an executive 
council of fi\'e members, four of whom are officials. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AND LOCAL GO\-ERSMKNT. -Legis- 
latÏ\'e council of six or more members, all appointed b
 
the crown. 
5-VIRGIN ISLASDS (32 in number); population, 4,800; 
area, 58 square miles. 
EXECUTIVE PowF.R.-Admini!'ltrator, representing the 
governor of the Leeward Islands, and aided by an ex- 
ecutive council of three official members. 
LEGlSLATln: PoWt:R ASD LOCAL GOVKRNMENT.-Legis- 
latÏ\'e council of two official and three non-official 
members, presided over by the administrator. 
Malta, partly representati,'e go\'ernment; popula- 
tion, 165,000; area, 122 square miles. 
EXF.CUTIVE POWER. -Go\'ernor, aided by an executive 
council of 10 memhers. 
LY.6ISLATIVE POWKR A
D LOCAL GO\'F.RSMt:ST.--Council 
of six official ami 14 elected members, and ha\'ing a 
dUl'ation of three \'ears. Four of the elected members 
are returned toy special ele('tors, ha\ ing- rental or income 
qualification and chosen from nobles, ecclesiastics. 
university graduates and members of the chamber of 
commerce respectively. The otl-er elected members 
are chosen by electors paying rental or having- a certain 
income, or competent to sene on a common jury. 

IeIII bers of the council must ha VI' property qualification 
01' pay a fixed sum for board and lodging' annually. 
The go\'ernor presides ex-oJlicio. The vice-}Jresident is 
appointed by the crown. Either functionary may 
authorize an official member to preside when necessary. 


Mauritius anrl dependencies, partly representative 
government; population, 372,000; area, 1,0(;3 square 
mile,>. 
EXF.CI'TIVE Pmn:R, -Governor, aided by an executive 
council of fi,'e official and two elected members. The 
French civil law as coditied by the code Napoleon is in 
for('e. 
LEGISLATIVY. PO\VF.R ASD LOCAL GOVKRSMES'l'.-Legis- 
lati\'e council of 2; members, eight officials, nine ap- 
pointed by the governor and 10 elected on a moderate 
fl'anchise, chiefiy based on property, rental and income. 
)[embers are not paid and mil.) speak either French or 
English. The go\ernor i!'l president. 


Natal, with responsible government; population, 
400,(I(j(); area, 20,500 SCJuare miles. 
EXF.CI'TIVK POWER.-Governor, aided by an executive 
council of six memhers having- seats in the leg-isl-oture 
and holding office on the principles of responsible gov- 
ern men t. 
LEGISLATI\'E POWER ASD LOCAL Gm ERN\lFNT. -Legis- 
latÏ\'e council of 11 members summoned by the governor 
in council, and holding their seats for 10 years, and 




.) 
o
 


1-'01DI:-:; OF GOYEB.X:\IEXT THHOr(
HUL"r THE WORLD. 


[1
n7 


having' a propertf qualification. The as!'lembly consists 
of 3i member,>, elected hy a fraul'hise, hase(1 on a pro- 
perty, rental 01' income qualification. It has a duration 
of foul' years, unless sooner dissohed. )Icmhel's must 
l,e registe
'ed as electors, and are onl.\- paid an allowance 
for travelhng eJ\.penses. A municipal system exists in 
the settled districts. 


Newfoundland, with responsihle g-o\'ernment. A 
portion of Labrador within its Jurisdiction; population, 
20;
,OO(); area, 42,2\10 square miles. 
EXl>Ct:TI\'E POWF:R.- GO\ ernor, aided b\' an eJ\.ecutive 
cuuncil, of not more than se\ en memhêl'8, re
punsihle 
to parhament. 
LEO!l;LA'f\\ E POWEH A:-D LOCAL GO\'F.RX\lF.XT.-Leg:is- 
lati\"e council of not more than 15 membel's appointed 
hy the ('rown. An assembl;\' of 36 memhers, eleeted hy 
rcg-istered male electors of 25 yeal's of age. )Iembers 
must ha\'e a propel.ty or income qualification, and are 
paid. The pl'l'sident of the council is appointed hf the 
crown. and the speaker of the a,>seml.ly is elected by its 
1Ilelllhers. 


New Gui.nea, British, CI'O\\ n colony; population, 
350,000; area. 88,000 bquare miles. 
E'\.I>CI TI\'E POWER.-Administrator. subordinate to the 
gO\ ern or of <lueensland, and a>òsilSted by an eJ\.ecutÍ\ e 
council of fO\ll' otticialmemhers. 
Lt:OISLATI\'F: POWER AXD Loc \L GOVER'i\IRXT.-Legis- 
latÍ\ e cuuncil, appointed U) the crown, ami composed 
of three official and one unofficial memhers. The lieu- 
tenant-go\'ernor pI'e8ides over hoth councils. 


New South Wales, with responsihle !:,o\ern- 
mcnt. 
orfolk Island, Lord Howe Island ami I'ittcail'll 
Island are under its juris(liction; l'opul
tion, 1,225,(I()0 ; 
area. 310,iO() s(luare miles. 
En:Cl'T'VE POWER.-GO\'ernor, aided by an eJ\.ecutive 
cOlllll'il of 11 ministers responsible to and ha,ving seats 
in parliament. 
LEOlSL_un t; PoWER AXD LOCAL Gon:R:-}IE:-T.-Leg-i8- 
lati\ e council of 64 persons, appoillteò h) the cro\\ n, 
and not paid. An assemhly of 125 memhers, elected h) 
universal suffrage, qualified b) citizenship and resi- 
dence. Simultaneous voting- and the hallot exist8. The 
principle of "one man one ,ote" prevails. Memhers 
require no pl'opert
 qualification, and are paid. The 
assembl
 elects its 0\\ n speaker, and la:.>ts for three 
years. The president of the cotul('il is appointed hy 
the crown. _-\ municipal system is in existence in 
" boroughs," "municipal dibtrids," and in the cit) of 
S)'dney. 


under a royall'harter by which their sovereig-n rights iJt 
the t.el'l'itories are recognized. 


Nyasaland. (See British Centml Africa.) 
Q.ueeI?-sland, with responsible gm'el'l1ment; popu- 
latIOn, 39.1,000; area, 61:\8,;;00, square miles, 
EXE
(,T'V
 POWR
.-:-Governor, aided b)' an e'\.ecutive 
councIl of elg-ht mUllsters havin" seats in and respon- 
sihle to pal'liament. '" 
Lt:OISLAfI\'E POWER AXD LOCAL Gon:molnn.- Leds- 
latÍ\',e couneil of ;{ð members appointed by the cròwn 
for lIfe. An assemhl
' of i2 members elected hy ballot 
under a unÍ\'ersal franchi8e qualified b\ a short't.el'm of 
residence. Xo property qualification" is rel)uil'ed- for 
members of either house. )lembel's of the assemhly 
are paid, A municipal system pre\'ails. 

arawak, a British protectorate; estimated popu- 
lation, 3110,000; area, 500,000 square miles. 
E'\ECI"n\'F: POWEH.-The intemal administration is 
under a rajah and bU).lJ"eme l'ouncil of 11 mem hers, com- 
poseJ of the rajah, and eminent native otticials. '1he 
,mperial go\.el'nment control foreign relations. 


Seychelles, a dependency of )IaUl'itius, and a 
cro\\n colon) ; population, 1i,000; area estimated at 
120 squal'e mi1es. 
EXECUTIVE 1'0w
;R.-Administrator, aided 1,\' an execu- 
tive conncil of three otticials. " 
LKOlHI.A'fIVR POWER AXU LOCAL G(n t:RXM
;'iT.-Legis- 
lative coun('il, composed of the administrator memhers 
of executive council, and three nnofficial' memhers 
app
inted b
 the ero\\ n. 


Sikkem, an Indian feudator
' state under English 
protection; population, 31,lJilO ; are:t, 2,
18 square miles. 
EJ\.E(TTI\ E 1'0\\ EII.-Nominally a hel'editar) maharaja 
and council, aided hy a British political agent. The 
council and ag-ent at present rule. 


Socotra, <lependenc)' of Aden; population, 10,000;. 
area, ] ,3
2 square miles. (See Aòen above.) 
Somali, British protectorate; estimated population
 
100,000; area, i5,000 sqnare miles. 
Ex.:cr'l'I\.E 1'0\' EH.-Political agent, and consul. 


St. Helena, crown colony; population, 4,
OO; area
 
4i square miles. 
EU:CI'T'\,E PU\\ ER.-GO\ ernor, aided b) an executive 
council of four members, including the Episcopalian 
bishop and commandant. 
New Zeåland. \\ith responsihlegovernment; popu- LKOIHLA'fI\'E Pu\\ER AXD LOCAL Gon:RN\lEST.-Gover- 
lation ahout iOO,OOO, including )Iaoris; area, 104,4i5 

:
r.

ne can make ordin
 No municipal system 
squar
 I,
iles. . . , , ' .' . Sierra Leone, including 
herl,1'O bland, crOWD 
EU
I 1'1\ K. PO\\ER.-GO\ elllOI, ald
d h
 an execut.ne I colon,.; population, 12i ,ooü; area, 4,1100 s,\ual'e miles. 
('oun,c.ll of e.I,ght Illembers, respons,hle to and ha\ III!! E:-,,;cl"rn'E PO\\ ER.- Guvel'llor, aided b) an e'l.ecutÏ\ e 
seat" 111 parlIament. . council of se\ en memhers. 
I
EO'SL.\Tn'.E POWER A
D LOCAL GO\'ER)(
n:
T.-Leg-ls- IÆOISI....n\.E PoWt:R ...SII I.OCAL Gun:R:-\IE
r.-Legis- 
htlve co
ncil of. 46 mem
el's, now appolllted b
 the latÏ\'e ('oUJIl'il, composed of the go\'ernor (ex-ojJkio IJ/.>>ii- 
l',rown fm ,se\ en.:.' ears onl). The house of represent
- dellt), the e'\.eeuli\'e councillors and thl'ee unofficial 
tives consists of /4 .memhers, of \
'hom four arp, Maoris members appointed by the crown. 
chosen hy the natl\'es. The white repl'esentatJ\'es are ' . 
chosen hy unÌ\ ersal suffmge, qualified hy residence and South Australia. with responsible gO\ ernment;. 
citizenship. 
atives vote on a freehold (IUalifieation. popul:ttion. 3
 l,tlUU; area, tl03,690 square miles. 
The principle of .. one man one \ ote" pre\ ails. Mem- Eu;cI TlVE PU\\ EH.-Hovel'nol', aided b\ an executhe 
hprs are only required to ha\ e qualifipation of electors council of ISe\'en memhers, of whom the 'ehief justice is- 
)Iemhers of both houses are pail\. W omell can \ ote. onc, and six ministeis responbihle to and haYing sea.ts 
hut cannot hc ch?sen to t,he houses. 1
 mUllÍci,pal in pal'liament. 
s)'stem ha". 
een 11\ operatIOn for years In counties, Lt'U\SLATJ\'K PU\\ ER AVO LOCAL GO\ t:RS}IEST.- Leg-is- 
horoughs,rldmg-s. Ilati\ e council of 'U members elected fOl' three) ears h
 
I ballot, and qualified hy rebidenl'e, citizenship and the 
Niger Coast Protectorate, population un- full ag'e of 30 
'ears. Electors for this house must han
' 
known. I a prol'prty qualification. An a'isemhly of 54 memlwl's 
Eu:cl;Tln: PuwF:R.-Imperial comlllif>sionel', consnl eleete(l for three 
 cars II)' ballot, b) unÍ\ pr
al suffra!!e. 
general and consuls have a genfml 
upe\"\ ision, hut a I qualified h
 citizenship awl resirlelJ('e. 
Icmhers onl
 
council composed of chiefs manag-e l'rindpally the require 
o he electors. Both leg-i,;lative cOllncillors and 
affairs of the nat Ì\ es, !;ubject to appeals to the consular representatives are paid and receÍ\ e a free pass o\-er 
courts. Europeam; can appeal from the latter to the !!oternlllcnt railways. The municipal s
'stem cstab- 
Lag-of> supreme court. lishes ele(.ted pouncils for counties, hundl'eds, munici- 
palit,ies and districts. 


Niger Territories, British protel"torate; estim- 
atcd population, 36,000,000; area, 500,OOfl square miles. 
En.cuTI\ F: 1'1)\\ KR.-Gm'ernor, and council in London 
administering the affairs of the Ro
 301 
igel' COlllpan
 , 


Straits Settlements (Singapore, Penang and 
)Ialacca), crown colony; ).'opulation, 513,000; area
 
2<>,000 square miles. 



IH97] 


FOR1IS UF GOVERX)IEXT THROrGHOPT THE WOHLD. 


8:{ 


EXI';C!'TIVE POWER.-Gm'emor, aided hy an executÌ\'e I LEGlSL\'flVE POWER A
D LOCAL Om.ER
\JE"T.-Legis- 
council of eight official" and officer in command. . lati.\"e council of 21 members, who must be dtizens and 
LEOIHLATIVE POWEK ASD LOCAL GO\'ERS"1111:;"T.-Legls- residents for th e .rears, and elected on a property fran- 
lath'e council composed of the governor (president I chise for six years. The assembly is. composed of. 33 
ex officio), executive councillors and seven unofficial members, elected for four years b
 a hheral franchlsP, 
members, of \1 hom two are nominated by the chambers pract,ically nlltnhood suffrage. )Ie.mhers are not 'p
id. 
of commerce of penang and Sing-apore, and five but t.1'a\'ellree over go\"emment raIlways. A mUlllclpal 
appointed b
' the crown. A municipal system has been S) stem exists. __ 
established with certain restrictions. I Western Pacific Islands, viz., Sot1them Solo- 
." mon I.. 
ew HelJl"ides. Tong-a, or Friendl.' I., Samoa, 
. TasmanIa, w,th I'esponslhle g-<;nemment; popula- Cook, or IIen"ey I., Navigators' I., ami }Ielanesia, 
hon, ] 16,000; area, 26,21;) square JI!lles. . Briti",h pl"Oteetorates; estimated population, 100,000. 
EXI';
;l"'fI\'f! PO
\"I;;.R.-GoVel'llOr,. aIded by an e.xecutl\'e I EXECI"TI\"E PowER.-Eng-Iand ha" appointpd high com- 
?ounc,l. of SIX nllllIsters, respomnLle to and havmg seats mi...;sionel's, jmlieial commissioners, and deputy com- 
m parhament. . mis",ionel's fOI' the purpose of guarding- Engli<;h interests 

EO/SLATI\:E Po\\ER Mm LOC\L GO\"ER"\J
sT.-Lpgls- in these seas. Courts exist for the pm'pose of settling 
latLl'
 counCIl o! 18 melUber
,. ßlect
d for SIX 
'e:tTh amI disputes between lll'itish suhjects on these islands. In 
quahfied b
' resuienee and cltlzen"h,p and of the a;:e of the Cook 1., thel'e is a president, af'ting under the in- 
311 years. The ele
tors for the house m.u
t be freehol?
I's, I structions of the New Zealand gove1"llment. A queen is 
lease
?lders, banisters, 
raduates, nUllIsters of relIgIOn I the head of the gO\ emment, and has an executive 
01' nuhtar.' or naval officers, A house of assembly of counf'Íl to aid hpl'. A genemlleg-islature is to be elected 
:n m.e.mbers elected b.v ballot fo
 three.' ears b.' electors to make laws for these islands, The laws must be ap- 
flu
hfied as owners or o?cup,ers of yroperty <!I' by pl'o\"ed by the presidcnt. 
income. }lembers are paId and receIve free raIlwa.' 






s. A liberal munil'ipal system exists and women Windwa.rd Islands, a federation, dz. : 
Tobago, now a dependency of Trinidad (see below); I-GHExADA, with representatil"e but not re8polI8ibie 
popl1lation, 19.000; area, 114 square miles, g
\'ermllent; population, 56,000; area, 133 square 
E'\ECI"TI\'E PowER.-Coll1missioner, appointed by the 
IlI,I
s. . " , _ ." r' . '.' 
g-overnor of Trinidad, amI a member of the legislative Ewu 1'1\ f: 
O\\ E.R.- 00\ elllor, 
xel CISI
lg JUl'IsdlCt
o.n 
council of the united colon
 . Hc is aided by a finaneial over 
he umtcd Island
, 
n
l a
d
:l h
 
n e,J\.ec,utl\ 
 
board of five members, two appointed by the governor I cou
cl.l of 
\ e membel" IIlcludllI,., the gO\elnOl, fOi 
and threc elected. admlm"tratl\ e purposcH. . 
- LEOI8L\'fI\'F: POIIER AXD LOCAL GO\'EHX\lEST.-I,pgls- 
lative council, composed of the g-oveI'llOI' (president 
('x-(!f!ic;o), six official and se\'en unofficial Inemhen:, all 
appointed Ly the crown. 
2 ST. LI'CIA, as abO\'e; population, 45,000; area, 13
 
square miles. 
E'\ECI"TIVE PowER.-Administmtor, subOl'dinate to 
the governor of the Windward Island!', aided b) an 
executive council of four mpmbers, in. h,ding the ad- 
ministrator. The French cidl law ancl the English 
criminal 130\\ pre\'aiL 
LFUlHI,ATI\"E POIIER AX)) LOl'\L OO\"EHX\lt:xT.-Legis- 
lative council, composefl of the aflministrator (as presi- 
dent (,x-f!{tìCÏtI), seven official and six unoffieialmembers, 
all appointed by the crown, . 
3--Sr. YISCt:ST, as abO\e; populatIOn, 41,000; area, 
243 sfJual'e miles. 
EXf:cl"f! \ t: 1'0\\ EH.-AdministratOl', bnhOl.dinate to I he 
goO\ emor of the Wi IIfI wal'f I Ishmds, aided hy an e"\.ecuti\e 
comll'il eompospd of fi\"e membels, including the ad- 
ministratOl'. 
LEOISL\TI\ E POWER AX)) LOCAL GO\ER"\lEXT.-Legis_ 
lati\ e eouncil, f'om}Josed of thc administrator (presidcnt 
e:r-n.f!ic j (/). four official and four unofficial memhers, 
appointed b.r the croll n. 


Trinidad. crown colony; population, 210,000: area, 
1,715 square miles. 
En:cUTI\"E POIIER.-GO\'ernor, aided h.' an exef'uti"e 
council of seven members, of whom the majority are 
officials. 
LEOISLATI\ F. PO\n:R AXD LOCAL GO\"f:RX\IExT.-Legis- 
lative council composed of the g-ovel'llor (president.), 
nine official and 11 unofficial members, all appointed by 
the crown. Tobago is represented by its commissioner 
and an unofficial member in the counf.iL 


Tristan D'Acunha, Gough Island, and adja- 
cent roeky islets; with population of ahout 100. 
EXEc("TI\'E Pow
;R.-The affairs of this and adjacent 
i81amls, which ha\ e only a vel",\" insignificant population, 
are undel' the "moml I'Ule" of one of the Engli8h 
inhahitants. whQ have founded this settlement. 


Turks and Caicos Islands, a depellflency of 
Jamaica, and crown colony; population, 4,SOO; area, 
223 square miles. 
EXECI"Tl\'E POWEIl.-Governor of Jamaica, with a I'esi- 
dent conlJllis
ioner as administrator. 
LEOISLATI\'E POWER A"D LOCAL GO\.F:R!OIExT.-Leg-is- 
lative board composed of the commissioner, the judge, 
and not more than four other persons to regulate ta"a- 
tion and all local matters. 


Victoria, with responsiblegovel'llment; population, 
1,200,0011; area, S7,884 square mile". 
Eu;C'''rl\"E POW
:R.-(;overnol', ailled by an eJ\.ecutive 
('ouncil composcfl of nine ministers, l'espon",ihle to and 
having !:Scats in parliament. 
L
:rHHI,ATI\'t; POWER \X)) LOCAL GO\ f:RX
lt;xT.-I,eg'is- 
lative council, or upper house, of p:u'liament of 48nlPm- 
bel's, elected fOI' six \ ears on a h':1.lIchi"e based on the 
0\\ ncrship or Oc('uIJaiH'.\' of freehold or lea'whold pro- 
pcrty, dllfl certainlwofe"sional qualific..1.tion!', One-third 
I'ptire e\'ery twO) ears. Jlemhel's must possess fref'hold 
pl"OpCl'ty, hut are not paid. The a"'sembly eontains 95 
members, rellll'llCfl for three years on manhood ...uffrag-e. 
)Iemhel's require no property qualifi('ation and I'ceeil e 
an imieulllity. besillcR free pa..;ses 0\ er g"0\ ernment 
milwa
's after seven 
ears' stalHling-, the latter l))'i\Íleg-e 
extenrlin", to leg-islatile coundllOl's. An excellent 8\"S- 
tem of 1;lIInicipal g-o\'ernment exists in cities, towns, 
horoughs ami shire",. Women can \'ote at municipal 
eleetions 
Western Australia, with responsihle g-u\'ern- 
ment; population, ü5,OOO: area, 1,0(;0.000 square milPR. 
E'\ECl"fI\'E PIIWt;R.-BO\,CI'llOl', aided by a cahinet of 
six re..ponslble ministers. 


Zululand.-DepeJlflency of Nab.l; estimated pop- 
ulation, lG5,OOO; area, 13.000 "quaI'e miles. 
Eu:n"fI\'E POIH;R.-Governor of Natal. \\ ho is I'epre- 
sented 11\ a re...ident ('ommi",sioner. The custom an 
natile la
\' IH'e..ails as to the nath eR. . 
LEfHHI..
TI\"t: POll t:R A:;"D Loc \L GO\ ER X\JEST.-GO\"er- 
1101' of ;l;atal, legislating b.\' proclamation, 


Zambesia (or Hhodesia), British, including )(ata- 
belcland and Ma",honaland, British protectomtc; pop- 
ulation unknown. hut whites probably numher 7,000; 

u'ea. ahout 750,000 square mileR. 
EU;CI'TI\'E POll ER. The affairs of the telTiton- are 
administered h,\' the Briti",h South -\ofl'il'a Comj)any. 
havin!! a f'ouncil in Lomlon and an adminisll".tor in 
:\la...llOlmland. 
Za.nzibar. (Tg-anda, and dependencies: Eng-li<;h pro- 
tectoral e ; estimated population, 2,.0,000; arca. avout 
1,000.oUO "fIual'f' miles. 
Eu;cl TI\ K l'owIIR.-!<'orms part of the tel'l"itory on 
the east coast of Afriea under t hc inftue,)('e of the 
chartpr inf'orporating- the Impcl'ial Bl'itish Africa Com- 
p:\n
, {'
aJlfla is nOlI admini"tered by an imperial 
commissioner. 
For names of other i",lanrls and rockR which are under 
British protectoratc. hut are not inclllfled in an\' colon
 
or !;Ic'parate pl'otlc'f'lOrate, see" The ('olonial Office List .. 
for IH!l5, p. 2f1ü. 



84 


FORMS OF GOVERX:\IEKT THROUGHOrT THE WOULD. 


[1897 


III,-GOVERNMENT OF ALL OTHER COUNTRIES, 


Abyssinia and Shoa (ancient "Ethiopia "), ab- 
solute monarchy; population, 3,000,000; area. 150,000 
square miles. The country is made up of semi-inde- 
pendent, slnall states, and is nominally under the pro- 
tectorate of Italy, though for some time the relations 
between KinK Menelek and Italy ha\'e been unfriendly. 


and the Hungarian reichstag, 20 from the upper and 40 
from the lower house of the parliaments in question 
2: The Austrian reichsmth or imperial parliament. con- 
SIsts of an upper amI lower house. The upper house 
consists of princes, nobles, archbishops, bishops, and life 
members distinguished in art or science, and who have 
rendered signal services to church or state. The 
Afghanistan, absolute monarchy; population, lower house (ab
eordnetenhaus) consists at present of 
tribal, 4,000,000; area, 
ìO,OOO square miles, 353 members, elef'ted evel'y six years by landowners, 
EXECU'fIVt: PowER.-Hereditary king (amir), with a towns, chambers of commerce, taxpayers in rural dis- 
governor (hakim) in each pro\ ince. tricts. Females can vote on a special property qualifi- 
LEGISLATIVE POWER A
D LoCAL GOVf:R
}IEXT.-No rep- I cation. 3. The parliament meets annually. For Aus- 
resentative or legislative body. All laws emanate from tria there are also 16 provincial diets of one assembly, 
the monarch. -- having the right to legjslate on all matters not ex- 
Andorra, repuhlic under joint SO\ ereignty of Fmnce pressly reserved for the reichsmth. The deputies to 
and Spain; population, 6,000; area. 175 square miles. the diets, who are archbishops. bishops. rectors of 
EXECIT'fIVf: Pow.:R.-S.rndic elected hy a council of 2,1 universities, and representatives of great estates 
members, elected for four years by the heads of families to\\ ns, etc., are elected for six years. )lembers are paid: 
in each commune or parish. A I<'rench préfet is ap- 4. The Hungarian reichstag (orszaggyules) consists of an 
pointed by the Frenc.h government to supervise the upper house (förendihar) or house of magnates arch- 
general interests of the republic. France amI the hi!'hol's, bishops, life peers appointed by the 
rown 
Bishop of Urgel, in Spain, alternately appoint a civil slate dignitaries and judges ex o.fjicin, delegates, here: 
judge and a vicar to exercise judicial functions. ditary peers, al'chdukes, The lower house or house of 
LEOIsLArIn: POWER MID LOCAL GO\ ER
MEx'r. - The representatives (kepoiRelöhar) is composed of between 
council is charged with general administration. 400 and 500 members, of whom the majority are re- 
turned by direct election every five years frcm towns 
Argentine Republic, federal republic, with rep- and l'Ural constituencies on a very liheml propert\. 
resentative but not responsiblp gO\'ernment. as in Enj{- house, or income franchise. Croatia and Slavonia selid 
land; population, 4,086,492; area,l,125,OS6 square miles. 40 delegates to this house. IIlemlwrs to the lower house 
EXECUTIVE PowER.-President, elected for si" years I are paid. 5. For Croatia and Slavonia t.here i8 a pl'Ovincial 
by representatives of the 14 prodnces, equal to diet consisting of 90 members, elected for fi\'e years. In 
double the number of senators and representatives com- I Hung-ary ami Austria there is a verJ' complete system of 
bined, and aided by a cabinet of fi,'e secretaries of state local government, based on the representat,ion of com- 
appointed by the president, but not having seats in or munes and districts in councils and assemblies. 
responsible to congress. The vice-president is elected . 
by the same constituencies; he acts as chairman of the Belgium, limited monarchy, with parliamentary gov- 
senate. In the provinces (14) there are elective goover- ernment; population, 6,069,321 ;area,ll,373squaremiles. 
n.or
, with such. executive. po\\ers as are exerc
s
dU' 
y EXE?UTlVE PowER.-Hereditary king, ruhised by a 
smular officers m the Umted States, and remaullll.... m counCIl of seven heads of departments, responsible to 
office for three or four years. I and having the l'Íg-ht of entry and speech in the 
LEGISLATIVE POWER ASD LOC\L GOVERN}IEXT. - A chamhers. In addition to this responsible ministry 
national con!{ress of two houses exercising jurisdiction I there is a privy council, composed of .. ministers of 
over national affairs. A senate of 30 members elected state" without portfolio. who may be summoned for 
by the legislature of each province and by the capital; I consultation on exh'aordinar.l' occasions. 
one-third of the body being- renewable every three years. L
:OIi!!L.\'fI\'E POWER A
n LOCAL GOV
;R
ME
.-Parlia- 
Senators must be citizens of 30 years of age, have ment of two houses, composed of a Sl'nate and a chamber 
incomes, and are paid. The house of deputies consists of representatives. The !'enate consists of half as 
of "6 member:!, requiring no lwoperty qualification, but many members as the lower chamber, elected for eight 
must be citizens for four years; they are elected for years. partly directly by constituencie
 and partly in- 
four years, but one-half must retire e\'ery two years. directly by provincial councils. All senators must be at 
Members are paid. In the prodnces there are legisla- least 40 years of age and pay taxes. The house of re- 
tures of two houses elected for three years, and ha\Íng presentath'es is composed of members chosen directly 
full control over provincial affairs. by citizens paying taxes, of the age of 25, and resident 
Belgian citizens. )Iembers of this house not resident in 
Bn,s:!els are paid, and receÍ\'e a pass over gO\ ernment 
mil ways for the purpose of attending" the session. The 
chamber is renewed by halves every two years. Both 
houses meet annually and nominate their own presi- 
dents and officers. The king has the power of dissolv- 
ing- the houses either simultaneously or sepamtely. 
Belgium has an excellent system of local government in 
provinces and communes. 


Austria-Hungary, federal monarchy, under par- 
liamentary government; population, 41,35:';,8ð6, or 
about 43,000,000 with Bosnia and Herzegovina; al'ea, 
26-1,204 square miles with the last mentioned countries. 
EXECUTIVE PowER.-Emperor king', who rules by 
hereditary r;ght over the united states of Austr;a and 
Hungary, with the title of emperor of \l1stl'ia.. king of 
Bohemia, king of Hungary, etc.. and is aided by a 
common supreme ministry or executive council of three 
departm
nts of 
tate, responsible to the delegations, or 
two bodies of 60 members each, selected each year 
hy the reichsrath of Austria and the reichstag of 
Hungar)'. 
linisters m'lY he impeached hy the delega- 
tions. For Austria also there is a ministry of seven 
heads of departments respon'lible to the reichsrath. 
In each province there is a provincial council, which is 
an executh.e bodv, composed of the president fOf the 
diet and other lilembers elected. The executh'e of 
HunO'arv is a ministry and nine heads of departments, . . .' ' 
resp
nsible to the reichstag. One of these heads is BohYla, republIc, :nth representatIve go\:ernment; 
mini..ter for Croatia and Slavonia. The general ad- populatIOn, 2,01!),iit!) , 
re3:' 567,300 sq. tare !lilies. 
ministration of the affairs of the Ottoman provinces of I EU:
t'T'VE POWER.-
 re!olde.nt, elec.tel{ for four years 
Bosnia and Herzego\ ina is exercised under instruc- by ulllversal 
uffmge. Two vlCe-preslllents. are. ele
ted 
tions of the imperial finance minister at yienna. In at. the 8am
 time.. Th.e .hea
 of, the executIve IS. aIded 
these provinees there is a govemment for mternal ad- h.l 
 councIl of fi\ I' numstels, \I ho have no seats m con- 
ministration judicial anrlle
islatÍ\ e affairs. gress. 
LEGlSLATl
E POW
:R ASD I,OCAL GOVER
J\IE
T.-1. The LEOISL\T'VE POWF:R A
D LOC\L GOVF:R
\JE
'f.-Con- 
deleU'ations. which transact the forei"n, financial and grcss of two houses, a senate of 16 members; a chamber 
military affairs of the whole empire
l
O me,:uhers in of deputies of 64 deputies. The. franchise is in the 
all--derive their power from the Austnan relChs,.ath, hands of all who can read and wrlt.e. For the depart- 


Bhutan, independent state of India; population, 
25,0011 ; area 17,0110 square nllies. 
E'l.ECl''fIVE PO\\ER.-Elected deh ràjá, or secular head, 
in conjunctioO'\ with a dharm rája, or spiritual heall. are 
at the head of the 1!00'el'mnent of Ihis state, while the 
rule is practicall.l in the hands of the chieftains. The 
British gO\'Cl'ument, exercise a control over the affail'S 
of the state. 



1897] 


FOR
[S OF GOYERX
[EXT THR01JGHOUT THE WORLD. 


85 


ments, provinces and cantons of the republic there are The house of representatives includes 66 members elected 
prefects, sub-prefects and corregidOl'es entrusted with for four ,ears by uni\'ersal franchises. The depart- 
the administration of their internal affairs. ments arë under the administration of presidents or 
gm ernors chosen by the federal executh'e, and have 
control of financial and other local matters. 


Bornu, Central Soudan, absolute monarchy; esti. 
mated population, 5,OOO,OlJO; area about [0,000 square 
miles. 
EXECIITI\"E PowER.-l\Iai or sheik, aided by a coundl 
of chiefs, or kokenawa, for all legislative and adminis- 
trative purposes. 


Brazil, United States of, federal republic with 
representative gO\'
mment; population, 9,!J30,47tì; area, 
3,209,878 square miles, 
EXECUTIVK POWER. -President, elected for four 
'ears, 
but not eligible for a second tel'lll. Both the president 
and vioe-Pl'esident are elected diI'ectly by unÎ\'ersal 
suffrage, and aided by a cahinet of six secretaries of 
state, to be appointed and dismissed by the president, 
and not ha\'ing- seats in congress. 
LEOISLATI\'E POWER AND LOCAL GOVERS)IE:\T.- Con- 
gress of two houses; a senate of 63 members chosen for 
nine 
'ears-one-third renewable every three years. 
The vice,president is president, of the body. The 
chamber of deputies comprises iOS membel'S elected for 
three years by universal suffmge. 
Iemhers of both 
houses are paid. Each of the 20 states of the republic 
must have administrath e,legislati ve amI judicial author- 
ities in accordance with the American model, followed 
by the new constitution of 11;!J1. The federal district 
has an elected council and a prefect appointed by the 
president. There is a s.' stem of local or municipal 
government in parishes and municipalities. 
Chili, republic, with representative government; 
population, 3,000,' 00 ; area, 2!J3,9iO 
quare miles. 
EXECU'I'IVE POWKR. -President, elected for five years 
by delegates chosen for the pm'pose by ballot of the full 
electorate (the American system practically). He is 
aided by a responsible council of state of 11 members, 
five cho!'en by the Pl'esident and six by congress. In 
addition there is a cabinet of six secreta1"Ïes of state. 
LEGlSLA1 lVE POWER AND LOCAL GO\'ER
BI f:Ji'T.-N ational 
congress of two houses; a 8enate of 40 memhers elected 
every six years by cumulative voting. Senators mU!lt 
have a certain income and are not paid; the chamber 
of 110 deputies elected every three ;rears by all male 
persons who can read and write; deputies must have a 
small income. In legislation the president has a veto, 
but it may be over-ruled by a two-thirds vote of the 
members present in the two houses. The republio is 
divided into provinces, and the provinces into depart- 
ments for purposes of local government. Intendants 
and governors appointed by the president preside over 
the provinces and departments respectively. In the 
town districts there are elective councils. 


China, absolute monarchy; population, 403,000,000; 
area, 4,218,400 square miles. 
EXf:CUTIVE POWER. - Emperor, who rules by quaSt 
hereditary right, though the succession iR not from 
father to son necessarily, b'lt it is left to the reigning 
sovereign to appoint his successor from his relatives of 
imperial blood. He is aided by a grand council (chun 
chi ch'u) of notables, summoned as occasion demands. 
The duties of administration are under the direction of 
the neiko or executive coulJ('il, composed of seven 
heads of departments. The emperor's power is despotic 
excep
 so f:lI' as it is controlled by the snpreme or g-rand 
counCIl. The public service is 11ased upon supel'iOl' 
education and literary attainments. 
LEGlSL\TIVR POWER AJi'D LOCAL Gm-ERJII}IJo:ST. - No 
system of legislative gO\'ernment exists in the Euro- 
pean or American sense, but all laws and edicts are 
framed and promulgated by the emperor with the aid of 
his councils. 


Co]
mbia, federal repuhlic, on United States plan, 
but WIth a responsible ministry; population, about 
4,000,000 ; area, 513,9-10 square miles. 
EXRcuTlvK POWER.-President, elected for six veal'S b,. 
universa! Ruffrag
 through electoral colleges, and aided 
by a cablllet of elg-ht secretaries respon'iible to congress. 
LF.oIRI,ATIVE POWER AIm LOCA', GOVERNMf:NT.- Con- 
gress of two houses; a senate of 27 members chosen by 
the representatives of the nine departments or states, 


Congo independent state under the sovereignty of 
the g-over
l11ent of Hel
i\lm; population, 14,UOO,UOO, 
the whites being about 1,000 in all ; area, 900,000 square 
miles. 
EXECI TI\'E POWER.-The central authority is at Bnls- 
sels. The local goyernment is in a g-o"e!nor-gener
l 
and othel' officials, appointe,l by the Belgl.a
 authori- 
ties. Affairs of the provinces (12) are adnllmstered by 
officials appointed by the gO\'ernor. 
LIWISLA'flYE POWER ASD LOCAL Gm F:R
MENT. - All 
legislative power is in the hands of th
 local g'o
'e.I'n- 
ment, under the im;tructions of the BelgIan authorIties. 
Corea, ahsolute monarchy; population probably 
from 150\10,080 to 17,000 1100; area, b2,OOO square miles. 
EXECU;''' E POWER.-IÚreditary kinIX, ('alled li-hi in 
Chinese, and aided b
' seyen departU1;mts of stat.e. 
The Chinese emperor was for ;\'ears nomlllally suzeram 
of Corea, but the recent war with Japan for I:mpremacy 
in the pl'Omontorv ha'i given the latter pmcti('ally abso- 
lute control. Its'government will be henceforth carried 
011 under Japanese super\'ision. 
Costa Rica, federal republic, with only one legis- 
lati\'e chamber; population, 243,205; area about 24,000 
square miles. 
EXECI'TI\.E POwER.-President, elected for four 
'ear8 
by electoral assemblies, f'hosen hyall persons who live 
.. respectably," and aided by a cabinet of four ministers. 
I,EOISLATI\'E PO\\ER AND LOCAL GOVERJI"\JENT.-House 
of representati,'es of 26 members, chosen in the 
a?Ie 
manner as the president, for four years, one half retiring 
every two years. 


Denmark, limited monarch.", with 
)arliamentary 
g'0\ erllIuent; population, 2,185,335; area, 15,21;9 square 
milps. 
EXECUTIVE PowER.-Hereditary king, aided by a coun. 
cil of state of eight responsible ministers, who can sit 
and debate in the legislative a'i8emblies, but vote only in 
that of which the,- are a('tuallv members. 
LJo'OJ
LUI\'E POWER AND LoC\L GO\'ERNMEST. - Parlia- 
ment (rigsllag-) of two houses. The laI?dsthing or 
senate consists of 66 members, partly appolllted by the 
crown and partly elected by the pcople for eig-ht years 
on a tax-pa\'inO" fl'anchise. The folkething, or lower 
house, consists "of 102 members, elected for three years 
by universal suffra
e. The limitation heing- that elec- 
tors must be 30 years of ag-e and residents. Members of 
both houses are paid. Denmark has a R,\'stem of local 
gmernment in counties, towns, hundreds, and llarishes. 


Danish Colonies and Dependencies: 
ST. CROIX, ST. TnmtAs and S'\'. JOliN (Danish West 
Indies); population, 32,000; area, 118,('00 !!Quare miles, 
The government is under a go,'ernor and-other officials 
at St. Thomas. 


GREESLASD; population, 10,516; area, 46,740 !!Quare 
miles; is governed by a board at Copenhagen and by 
officials in two in<;pectorates or districts. 
ICELA
D has a leg-islatiye assemhly (althing) of 36 
members, and the chief adminit!tration of the govern- 
ment is under a minist.er at Copen hag-en and two resi- 
dent g-overnors (allltmands) or eastern and western 
di \'Ïsions. 


FAROE ISLA!Io"DS; population, 2,500; area, 514 square 
miles. An amtmand, or gO\'ernor, administers affairs. 
Dahomey, ahsolute monarchy, now under French 
influence, all I likel.' to be annexed by Fr:tnce at any 
time; estimated population, 260,UOO; area, 4,000 square 
miles. 
EXRCUTI\'R POWER, - Elected king, with absolute 
power. 


Ecuador, republic; population, about 1,500,000, 
the majority Indians; area, 120,000 square miles, 




6 


FORUS OF GOYERX
lE
T THROUGHOUT THE WOULD. 


[1897 


EXEC\;Tl\'E PoWt:R.-President, elected for four years 
by direct vote of the people who can read and II rite and 
are Roman Catholics, and aided by a cahinet of five 
minis
ers. A I ice-presiclent is also plected ami acts as 
president of the coundl of state, \1 hich is composed of 
the cabinet ami sel'en other members. 
LIWISI.A1"I\.E POWER AXD LOC-\L GoVERX\lE
.-Con- 
gress of two houses; senate of 32 memhel's elected for 
four years, one-half retiring- every second yet1r; a house 
of 42 deputies, chosen for two years. The electoratp is 
the same as that for president. The government of the 
16 provinces is entrusted to /{O\<ernors appointed by the 
federal eJ\.ecutÏ\'e. The cantons a,'e reg"ulated hy politi- 
cal chiefs, and the parishes by poliricallieutenants. 
France, republic, \lith I'epresentatil'e govermnpnt 
and responsihle mini"try; population, about 40,01)0,000 ; 
area, 204,OH2 square miles. 
EXEcl''fln: powKR.-President, elected for sel en ;\ ears 
b;\ a majority of the I'otes of the senate and chamber of 
deputies meeting" as a national assenlbl.\'. He chooses 
his c:i.IJinet of responsihle mini8ters fl'Om the chamber of 
deputies. In case of a vac'ancy hy death or resignation 
a new prcsident is immediately elected by the united 
houses. He has the right of di,;sohing the chamber 
with the consent of the senate. His ministry, who are 
members of and I'f'sponsible to the chamber, consists of 
nine head'i of departments. In connection with the 
work of alhninistration there is also a council of state. 
of which the minister of justice is president. Its special 
duty is to act as a consultative hody in administrative 
matters. 
Iemhers hal'e the right of 
peech in both 
houses. 
LEOISL -\TJ\'E PO\n:R AXD LOCAL GO\ ER
nIEX'f.- Con- 
gress or national a8,;embly of two houses; a t'enate of 
3UO members ami a chamber of 584 deputies. Senators 
must be 40 years old, anrl are elected for nÌ!le years- 
one-thirrlretiring- evel'y thl'ee years. They are ele('ted 
inrlirectly h.\" an electoral hody. The senate still con- 
tains a numher of the life members originally elected 
h\" the united cham hers, but hencefOl.th all senators are 
eiected. The ('I'jamher of deputies is elected for four 
\ ears hy univer'ial suffrag-e. Deputie8 must be 25 
\'ears of age. Both senators and depl1tie8 are paid. 
'Both hou
es ha\'e the same powers of legislation e'\.- 
cept in the ('ase of financial meaSures, which must 
he first pre!'<ented in the chamber of cleputies. The 
departments of France ha\"e a system of local g-overn- 
ment in which the commune is the unit. The pre- 
fect or warden of the rlepartments is app0inted by 
the central O"overnment. In the communes there are 
electpd cou;;'cils, hilt their aC'ts are sllhject to the 
appl"On1.1 of the prefect. Centralization is the govern- 
ing principle in France. 


French Colonies and Dependencies: 
AI.OERI \, colony; population, 4,20U,000; area, 184,4i4 
square miles. 
Executiæ POWe1". - Governor, appointed b,\ the 
Fren('h government (as in all other cases of colonies), 
ailled bl a consultatÏ\ e council. 
Leyi.
llltice.I'U1l'er and [."cal GO/'eI"nlllent.-Repre- 
sented hy three senators and six deputies in the national 
assemLly of France, which legislates for all the colonies. 
A:'\"
A1', French protectorate; })opulation, from two 
to three millions; area, 2i,OOO squal'e miles. 
Bxec7/ticc I'I/we/".-King', called tham thaii. French 
interests are protected b,\' the presence of troops. 
C.UIBOD' \, French protectorate; population, 2,000.000; 
area, a8,600 ...quare mile". 
Execlltire [',,/C'p/". hing. 
Leyi1<latj,.c I'o/l'e/" a wi I..o/'nl r;I/vc/"n/1/Ent.-The coun- 
try is divided into anondissements for local purposes. 
COCIJI:'\" CIIIVA, colony: population, 2,100,oon native
, 
\\ ith a small French population of about 3,000; area, 
23, 08
 "'CJUlLre miles. 
Le'JÙ,lative Power and Loral G"ve/"nment. - One 
deputy. The local 1'0\ ermnenfis eJ\.ercised in pl'O\"Ìnces 
and arromlisspments. 


FREVCII COIWO -\xv G -\RO., colony; population, 
7,flOO.OOO of natÌ\'es ; area, 300 000 square mih:s. 
ExeclltÏl>e POIl'er.-)lilitan. commanclant III present 
unorganized state of the couiltry. 


FREXCII Gnto.E,-\ AXD DEPEXI1EXCIE8, colony: })opula- 
tion, 50,000; area. 25,000 square miles. 
Execllti"e PUll'e/".-(;o\"ernor. 
LC'!li
lnt'il'e POll'er and Local r;"vernmellt.-No rep- 
resentation. 


FREXCII IXI1IA, colony; population, 300,UOO; area, 
200,(100 square miles. 
.Executive PlJwer.-Governor. 
[./'[!i"latirc Puwer and Local Guvernment.-One sena- 
tor and one deputy. 


FRE'\CII 
Ot:DAX, proteetorate; population, over 3,000,- 
tK/O native!'!; area, !i4,OOO 8quare miles. 
Ex"cllti,"e Pml'er. - )Iilitary commandant subject to 
the governor of Senegal. 
GI' ADELOI't: \XD DEI'KXDE
CIES, colony; population, 
- ; area, 722 square miles. 
Execl/tive ['Oll'l'/".-Go\'el'llor and electerl council. 
Leyi
lat ire PUlcer and Local Gucenllllent.-Senator 
anll two rleputies; a local system of arl"Ondissemel1ts, 
canton", and conl1uunes. 


GnUJA, colony; population, 30,000; area, 46,8;)0 
square miles, 
}>;xenltirl' POlI"er.-Go\'el"Ilor. 
Le'/I::<lat.ive PIJ/U/" and Lûcal (jIJI'enWIl'nt. - One 
deput\". 
)1 \RTIXIQI E, colon).; population, 180,OUO; area, 380 
square miles. 
Ex/'cutire POU'CI".- Go\'el'llor and an elected geneml 
council. 
Le!1 i ::<lati"e PlJlI'er and Local GCl/"ernment.-Senator 
and two deputies; municipal councils. 
NEw CALEVOXI-\ A '\D Ih:rt:XDEXC'KS. French pen:11 
colony; population, 63,000; area, i,7 n O square miles. 
E:æ('lItil'e "oll'er.-Governor. 
Leyi,<l'ltiæ P"ll'e1' and Local UU1'eIlWlelLt.-No I'ep- 
resentation. 



I-\VAOASCAR: population, 4,000,000 pl'Obahl.Y; Diego 
Suarez, on northern part of the Island, is held by 
Franc
. The same is tme of Kossi-Beg Island and 
St. Marie; area, 

8,500 s(!uare mile". 
ExecutÜ'e P"ll'er,-Hereditar.\' t'ovel'eign, at present 
a queen, still controlled h) nath e usag-es and a(hised 
hJ a prime minister and se\'eml other ministH1!!.. The 
French gOl'ernment is represented h;\ a French rt'8ulent- 
g-ener111; local gO\ ernors acting unde.I' instruc,tion.s of 
the general gO\ emlilent are l'laced at 
lIlportaTlt pOlllt
. 
The island is heing- graduall.\- placed 1JI the 
ame POSI- 
tion as oth
r Frendl possessions, as it has been recently 
attached to the French minist,rv of the colonies. 
[.f!"i,,[(,tiv p I',,"'er and Local GOI'enlmellt.-Pub1ic 
asselìlblies are at times call('11 together for pm poses, of 
consnltation, but the powel's are uncertain and 111- 
defined. 


RF.I':'\"IO", colony; population, 175,000; area, 1,000 
sqnare miles, 
Exe('lItÙ'c Pml'/'r. (;O\"ernOl'. 
L,yislafi"e I'ower and 1.0cal G.O!'CI"IlI/ll'lIt.-A .senator 
mill t\\ 0 deputies. French Illlllllclp:lllawyre\ ads. 
Rt::'\"EGAL, colony; population, 175,000; are:1, 54,000 
Slf

:c::;}l:es. PUIl'l'/".-Governor, a'isisted hy a colonial 
council. 
Lf!yil$latice POll'a and Local (Jot'aml/ell t . - One 
deputy. 


SOCIETY AND )hRQI-t'S.\S I:-.L-\XD8 AXD FRFNCII EST\B- 
LISlu'Exrs I
 OCF.\V,A.-Population, about 100,000; 
area, 9,170 square Illilei'l. . . 
Executi,'e 1'II1I'I'/".-Collll1lanclant-general at Tahiti, 
eJ\.erci
ing juriscliction over Oceania, and aided hy two 
council
, one for consultative purposes and another 
elected hy uni\ elsal franehise. 
ST. P'ERRE AND l\IIQI F:LON", fishery station; population, 
6,000; area 00 square miles. 
Exe,'utive I'o",er.- Governor. 
L. flixlati,'c I'OIt'eI" and Lucal GOl'e, ""tent.-Ko repre- 
sentation. 



1897] 


FOH:\[S OF GOYERX:\[EXT THROCGHOCT THE WORLD. 


TOSQIIS, colon) ; population, 9,000,000; area, 34,í40 
square miles. 
EX'l'Iltive Power_-Still without a fh.ed s\'stem of 
<)olonial g-overnment. French troops ocèupy the 
<)olmtry. 


Tl Slfo!, French protectorate; population, l,500,1J00' 
including nearly 45,fJOO French residents; area, 4;),OUO 
square miles. 
EXPcl/tire POlCl'r.-Xative bey or prince, ha\ ing 
hereditary rig'hts to the throne; the French intere"ts 
.are U"uarded 1)\ the presence of a minister resident and 
t\\ 0" secI'etarie's, who administer atfail's under the in- 
structions of the FI'ench /.;"0\ ernment. 
Le.'li1llatit.(' ?IIII'el' awl L{)l'al I;u/;elllltlent,-Allleg-is- 
lati\ e ali(I executive power is nominall
 in the bey, but 
France ha
 a \ eto. 


OTHER FRESCH ISL\xDs.-St. Paul and Amstel'dam, 
Kal"',;-uelan, Ubock, :\Iayotte, anti the Comoro Islands are 
too insignificant to require special mention here. 


Germany (empire of), federal empire. \\ ith repre- 
sentati\'e institutions; po
ulation, 5U,O{JO,OUU; area, 
20S,6ïll square miles. The empire exercIse'! a protec- 
torate through imperial commis!Oionel'!! or g-O\ ernors in 
cprtain countries in Africa and the Paeifìc. In Africa, 
Pogoland, Cameroons, Gel'man South-We!oot Africa, 
Genuan E
t Africa. In the Pacific, Kai<;er Wilhelm's 
Land, Bbmarck Archipelago, Holomon Island, :\rarshall 
Island, with a probatole pupulation. 9,OOO,OOU; area, 
'Ð9U,OUO squal'e mile
, 
EXECI'TI\'E PO\\ ER,-The supreme executive is in the 
kin\{ of Prussia (hereditar
'1 under the title Deutscher 
,h:Liser or emperor of GermanJ', who controls the com- 
bined admmistratioll ami organization of all the Genuan 
states. He has the aid of a chancellor and five heads of 
dep:Lrtments. In addition to these ministers (who do 
not constitute a re
pon
ible cabinet), the bundesrath or 
1egislatÏ\ e federal council (see below) itself has adminis- 
tratÏ\ e powers \\ hich it exercises throu
h 12 committees, 
LEOISL\TJ\ E Pow!'1t \XD LOCAL Gon:R'I'\IExT.-ln the 
Jllllldesmth or federal coundl and the ,'eiehstag or (Iiet 
()f the I'ealm. The furmer eon"ists of 5
 members repre- 
:seuring the i/lfli\ idual states of the empire and appointed 
for each ses;:ion to,\' their "everal go\'el"llments. The 
I'eichstag i" composed of :W7 memhers elected for fì\'e 
years in the states b,\ I'allot ami unÏ\'prsal sutfr-ag-e. 
Roth parliament<; meet ammall,\' on a summons of the 
Emperor. The ehancellOl' presÏlles 0\'1'1' the bumlesrath. 
All la\\ s mu"t receÏ\ e the \ otes of an ab"olnte majOlit) 
<>f both bodies and he assentell to 11,\ the emperor, 


Germany, States of, \Ïz. :- 
ALs \cE-LoRRAIXE; population, 1,,00,000; area, 5600 
square miles. 
Execllti"" POll'er.-Uovernor-g,'neral (statthalter) ap- 
pointed by the emperor, and aided by a ministQ of 
three memhers, and a coundl of state, of whom three 

re recommended by the pro\ incial committee (see 
below). 
Lf' li,
lat;I'e l'ol/'pl' anti Loral r;o/'c/'J/lIlpnt.- Lande- 

au
schus
, or prm inl:ial committee of ;;S memhers, 
AXIL\LT; populatiOll, 2i5,ooO; al'ea. 906 square miles. 
EXPcllti/'1' PUll."r.-Hereditary duke, aided liya mini
- 
ter of "tate. 
Leg;IIZ"f;,'e P"/I'el' and l
ocal GOI'PI"IlIIlent,-Diet of 
2ö memhers, two appoillted hy the duke and the rest 

hosen by certain clas"es of the population. 
EADES; population, I, iOO,OJO ; are'\, 5,821 square 
nulcs. 
Executive l'ol/'PI'.-IIereditar.\' /{I'aml duke, aided by 

n executÏ\'e council of responsihle minislel's. 
I 
"islati/'l' l'()/I'el' al/rl I,"cal (;"I'erlllllellt,-Lantita1-!: 
<>f t\\ 0 cham hers ; an upper house of eccle..iastical di1!ni- 
tarics, prince!'l allli nobles, part 1,\' nominated h,\ the 
'.!;'rami (1lIke ami the rest representath'e of the nohilit,\, 
IIniver"itie!'l, etc. The second cham her is elected illlli- 
rectI.\' hy the towns ami nlral distriet" for four years, 
o()ne half retiring- e\er,\ t\\O )ears. 
Iembers are paid 
"hen the\- aI'e elected or appointed, and do not "it h,\ 
IlCrerlitaQ ,'ight in rhc upper hou>-e, 


87 


BA YAlta; population, 5,íOO,000; area, 29,282 square 
miles. 
Bxerl/th'e PfJ/cer.-Hereditary king" ith a responsi- 
ble ministry all/I a council of state. 
l
pgi"l(lff,'e P',ll'('T (I/ltl Local Govel'lllllent.-Parlia- 
ment of t\\ 0 houses; a chamber of reichsrathe or upper 
house of prince'!, hereditary and appointed; peers and 
ecclesiastical dignitaries: a house of 159 represent
- 
th es chosen indirecth b\' electors, :\Iembers are paId 
and receÏ\'e passes over ;aih\ ays. 
BRE\IF'I', state and city of; population, 182,000; area, 
99 square miles. 
E:æcuti"p P"/I"I'I'.-Burg-omasters and a senate from 
\\ hich is forme(l a ministl'\". 
J ('.'I;xlatire 1'01/'1'/' anti' Local GfH'el'lllllent.--Biirg-er- 
sl:haft or cOII\.ent of 150 bu, rg-esses elected b,\ the 
citizens unh ersih men being' one of the classes of 
\'otel's. ' . 


BRn;f;WlcK; population, 405,000; area, 1,424 square 
miles. 
Executl r
 POll'eI". -At present a reg-ent. through the 
failure of the rightful heir, a duke, to claim the throne. 
He ha" the assi"tance of a responsible ministry of three 
hea(ls of departments. . 
Legi:<latirl' PUI/'a allti LOl'al Governlllent.-Le!!H
la- 
th.e a<;semhly of 46 memhers, elected by taxpayers, 
clergy, towns and I'lnal districts for four ) ears, and 
meetillg e\ ery t\\ 0 years. 
H_\\tßl-RO, state and free city of; population, 623,0110 ; 
area, 158 square miles. 
Exerllth'e POlI'''''.--!''enate of Us carefully selected 
members, with specialle)::"al, financial, and other qualifi- 
catiollS, all/I elected for life b,\ the house of bUI"'
esses. 
Two bUI"g"OJuasters, 
osen by hallot, preside. 
Ll'yislat;/'e POl/'a and Local Goz'ernlllent.-House of 
burgesses of IOU members, elected hy ballot for six 
years, one-half retiring e\'eQ three ) ears, by ta'\payers, 
guilds, courts of justil'e. corporations, etc. The "enate 
has a \ ('to O\.er letrislation. In ca"e of confiict there is 
a COl\l't of arbitr:'\tOl-s chosen equall) from the two 
cham bel's. 


IIE!'''F. ; popnlation, I,O{KJ,()(KJ; area, 2,!J65 square miles. 
EXr"lIfll'e l'UII'PI".- Ileredital') grand-duke, aided b} 
a mini-;u'\". 
Lf'!Ji1l l af i/'(' 1'0/1'('1" and Local Gorerll1/lent.-l.egisla- 
ture of two chamhers: an upper house of princes. eccle- 
siastical di!{nitaries, elected appointed and hereditary 
members' a loner house of 50 electell members. 
Iem- 
bers of bo'th houses are pai(l when eleeted 01' appointed. 
LtppF.; population, 1
0 000: area, 4G!=I square miles. 
EXl'cllfÜ,p l'o'l'er.-ItcreùitaQ' pl'Ïnce, aided b) a 
minister. 
L"'li"lafil"e 1''''1'' /' alltl Local (icJrenulll'/l.t.-Diet of 
21 elected memhers \\ ith also consultati,'e function". 


Lent'cK, free cit,\' ami state of; populatiou, 
O,OfJn; 
area, 115 square mile
. 
EXI'l'/Itil'e POI/'C/". - Constitution similar to that of 
Bremen. 


M!'CKLE'i!ßI RG-Sl'JJ\\ EHIX; population, 6I10,OUO; area, 
5, 1 
5 square miles. 
1>':rl'rllf;,'(' l'IJIl'I'/'.-Hen,ditary grand duke, aid('(l h.\ 
a mini"tI-y re"pon<lihle to the head of the execntÏ\ I' alone_ 
IJf'!1 i "lfltiz'l' PUll'er alld LIII'fll (;,,,,cl'ltIIIPllf.-PartI,\ in 
the hands of the grand (luke through an ancient in!'titu- 
tion that ha<; come (10\\ n from feudal times. I'allell the 
domain, and in the lanrltau-, in \\ hieh the hniu-ht,.,' 
estates anti the bur!{omasters of the to\\ n8 are alone 
represented. The people generall.\ elect no memhers 
e'\cept to the Gennan pa,.liamenl. 



rFChLEXBI'H(j-STRt.LITZ ; population, IOn,ooo; area, 
1,1:n square mile!>. 
l
xe"llfil'e l'ull'er.- Hereditary grand duke, with thc 
aid of a minister of state. 
l
('gi.
l(lti"e I'm{'er nlld Local Gm'erlll/l('nl.-Jt
 diet 
is in I'ommon with that of the Duch,\ ot :\rechlenhurg- 
Hchwerin, anri i<; I'olllposed of land-O\\ nl'r,; and hurgo- 
masters. (Jnl,\' the pro\ inl"c of Stargard has a 
hare in 
the constitution. 



88 


FOU
IS OF GOVERNl\IEXT THROCGHOUT THE WOULD. 


[1897 


m
;
EXBURG; ]lopulation, 360,000; area, 2,4i9 square 
Execut
ve Po!ver.-Hereditary grand duke, aided by 
a responsible nUßlstry. 
L
!/islative Puwer and Local Government.-Landta
 
or diet elected for three 
years by indirect election. 
m
:
SSJA; population, 30,OOO,roo; area, 13.,403 square 
ExeC1tlilJe Power.-Hcreditary king, who is alsoempe- 



l

ly'ermall
r, and aided by a ministry appointed by 
Legil<lative Power and Local Government.-Parlia- 
ment or landtag of two houses: a house of lords herren- 
haus, composed of princes, hereditary peers, life peers, 
elected nobles, representati\ es of universities, burgo- 
masters of large towns, etc. : a lower house, or abgeord- 
netenhaus. of 433 members elected h.r tbe people for 
'h.e years On a \'ery liberal franchise. Financial ques- 
tions can only be initiated in the chamber (lower) hut 
they m
y he rejected as a whole b.\. the upper ho'use; 
otherwise bot h houses have equal powers of legislation. 
ltlembers of the lower house are paid. The kin
dom is 
divid.ed into provinces, over which !{o\'ernors preside, 
and mto ('ounties and other minor local dh'isions for 
purposes of local government. 
REuss (Elder Branch); population, 63,UOO; area, 122 
square mIles. 
t:
cutive Polt'er.-Hereditar.y prince, aiùed by a 
nUßlster of state. 
Legi
lativ" Power and Local Uoverrunent.--Legisla- 
tive body of 12 members, partly elective anù partlv 
nominated by the prince. . 
REI'S8 (Yo'!nger BranC'h); population, 120,000; area, 
319 square miles. 
Executive PoU'er.- Hereditary prince, aided by a small 
oabinet. 
Le!/ù,lative Power and Local GoveJ'nment. - Diet of 
15 elected members and the prince. 
SAXE.ALTENBURG; population, 172,000; area, 511 
square mile
. 
Executire POll'er.-Hereditary duke, aided by an 
executÏ\'e council. 
LegislatÜ'e Power and Local Govermnent.-Chamber 
of 30 members, elected for six years-the sessions being 
held every three years. 


SAXB-f'OBOI!RO GOTHA; population, 207,000; area, 
}'ft5 square mIles. 
Ex.'clttive Puwer.-Hereditar:r duke, aided by a minis- 
ter of state. 
Legislative P01I'er and Local Govenummt.-In the 
duke and two chambers chosen for four years for each 
of the two duchies by an ndire<>t systeÌu of election, 
and meeting in common for the common affairs of both, 
otherwise separately. 


SAxE-1tIENrNoEN; population,225,OOO; area, 953 square 
miles. 
Execut ive Fou'er. -Hereditary duke, aided by a minis- 
ter of Eltate. 
Le!/islative Power and Local Government.-Elective 
{'ham bel' of 24 members with an existence of six years. 
SAXE- WE' MAR ; population, 327,000; area, 1,388 square 
miles. 
Executive Power.-Hereditar} g-rand duke, aided by 
an executive council responsihle to the as
embl
'. 
Le'lÏ8lative P"wer ami Loclfl Government.-Chamber 
elected directly and indirectly on a very liberal fran- 
chise and meeting every three years. 
SAXONY; population, 3,000,000; area, 5,787 square 
miles. 
Executive Power. - HereditaQ' kin
, aided by a 
council. 
Legislative Power and Local Government.-Parlia. 
ment of two chambers: an upper house of princes, 
elected. appointed and heredilary nohles. college and 
university representatives. burgomaster!'!; a lower 
chamber of 82 members, elected by the towns and rural 
oommunes on a \ery liberal franchise. Members of 
both houses are paid, 'except in the case of hereditar.r 
and official members. 


SCHAl'M.RrRG- LIPPE; population, 40,000; area, 131 
square miles. 
Executive POll'er.-Hereditary prince. 
Legislative POll'er a1td Local Government.-In the 
prince and diet, partly appointed by the prince and 
cJasses, and partly elected b}' the people. 


SCHWARZBURG-RUDODOLSTADT; population 86000. area 
363 square miles. ' , , 
 
Exec1.ttit'e Power.- Hereditan. prince. 
Leywlative PU1('er and LucaL' Government.-House of 
representatives elected for three years by taxpayers 
and inhahitants g-enerally. . 


SCIIW ARZRURO - SONDERSHAUSEN; population, 76,000; 
area, 333 square miles. 
Executil"e Puwer.-Hereditary prince. 
Lcgislcltive Power and Lucal Guvernment.-In the 
Plince and diet, partly appointed hy the prince and 
land-ownprs, and partly elected by tbe people. 
WALDECK; population, 60,000; area, 433 square miles. 
EXI'c1.ttive POll'er.-Hereditary prince, but the real 
power is placed in the king of Prussia, who appoints all 
pu hlic officials and administers financial and other affairs. 
Legi.
latÏl'e Power and Local Gov
rnlllent.-Assembly 
of 15 elected members whose functions arc confined t<>> 
purely local matters. 


WI'RTE\lBURG; population, 2,000,000; area, 7,528- 
square miles. 
Bxecutive Puwer. - Hereditary king, aided by a 
minister and a Ill"Î\'y council-the latter consultative. 
Legislative POll'n ami Local Govermnent.--Le!{isla- 
ture or landstande, composed of an upper house of 
princes, hereditary and appointed nobles; a house of 
dpputies, elected by nobles, cJerg-y, university towns. 
districts, the electors in the latter case heing- all citizens 
over 25 Years. The ballot is in force. The term of each 
member is six years. 1tfembers of both houses are paid. 
A permanent joint committee represents both houses 
when not sitting. 


German Dependencies or Protectorates: 
IN AFRICA: 
TOOOLAND; esti!nated populatioD, 820,000; area, 19,- 
960 square mIles. 


CAMF.ROONS; estimated population, 5,000,000; area 
193,570 square miles. 
SOrTII-WF.8T AFRICA; estimated population, 220,000; 
area, 320,450 square miles. 


EAST AFRrCA ; estimated population, 3,000,000; area
 
351,040 square miles. 
Executive Puwer.-}<'or above. commissioners or gov- 
ernors. 


IN Till': PACIFIC: 
MARSHALL ISLANDS; estimated population, 10,000; 
area, 150 square miles. 
SOLO'IION ISLANDS; estimated population, 100,000; 
area, 9,000 square miles. 
BISMARCK ARCIIIPELAGO; estimated population, 100,- 
000; area, 21,000 square miles. 


KArSF.R WILIJEL'd'S LAND; estimated population, 115,- 
000; area, U,Ooo square miles. 
Executive Power.-For above, commissioners. 


Greece, constitutional monarchy ; population
 
2,200 000; area, 25 041 square miles. 
EXECUTJ\-E PowER.-King (elected in the preRent case 
lmt the succession to he in his heirs under constitu- 
tional limitations). aided by a ministry. 
I,I!:OISLATJ\'" POWER AND LOCAL GovKRNMRNT.-r egis- 
latÎ\'e assembly (boulé) of 207 representati\-es, elected 
hy universal suffrage for four years. }Iembers are 
paid. A municipal system exists in the nomarchie!' or 
provincial divisions. 



1897] 


FOR
[S OF GOVER

IEXT THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. 


89 


Guatemala, republic; population, 1,600,000, mostly 
Indians; areå. 46,800 square miles. 
EXF.cr'TIVR PowER.-President, elected for six 
'ears, 
by universal suffrag-e. 
LEGlSL.
TrvE POWERASD LOCAL GovERs
IExT.-National 
assembly, elected by universal suffrage for four 
 ears, 
Hayti, republic; population, 1,000,000, negroe':l 
mostly; area, 10,204 square miles. 
E:\ECUTIVR POWER.-President, generall.r chosen by 
the national legislature, though the con!'!titution re- 
quires his direct election by the people for seven years. 
Rebellions are frequent and political conditions uncer- 
tain. The president has a ministry, 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AXD LocALGon:RN
IEs'r.-National 
leg1s1ature of two houses: a Stmate of 39 members. ap- 
pointed for six .vears by the house of representatives 
from lists submitted bv the executive and electoral col- 
leges--one-third retiring every two years; a house of 
representatives, elected for three year!'! by manhood 
suffrage. Memhers are paid. 
Hawaii, republic; population, 90,000; area, 6,640 
!!quare miles. 
EXECUTIVE PowER.-President elected for six years by 
the two houses in united session and aided by a council 
appointed by the president and the houses. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER ASD LOCAL GOVERS
IEXT. -National 
legislature of two houses; a senate of 15 members, 
elected by indirect vote for six Jears one-thil'd retiring 
e\"ery two years. A house of 15 representatives elected 
by indirect vote for two years. lIIemhers of both housf's 
require a property or income qualification. Legislature 
meets biennially. 


Honduras, republic; estimated population, 400,- 
100, mostl
' Indians; area, 43,00u squar.. miles. 
EXECUTIVE POwER.-President, elected by universal 
øuffrage for four years. and aided b)' a ministry. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER ASD LOCAl. GOVERS\lExT.-Sing-le 
eongress of 37 deputies, elected for two )'ears b). uni- 
versal suffrage. 


Italy, oon!Otitutional monarchy; population, 31,000,- 
100; area, llO,6::!3 square miles. Its foreign p0ssessions 
are EI"Ïtre
, 
lassowah, Keren, Asmara and Dahlak Arch- 
ipelago, on the Reù :::!ea, in which a civil governor is 
appointed by the king; Abyssinia and Shoa,Ubhia Habab, 
Bogos. Assab. Aussa, Somali, and Gallaaland in Africa 
are under Italian influence or protectorate. The total 
population of the'ie dependencies is prot,ably o\'er 7,- 
000,000; area, !i46,OOO square miles. 
EXECUTIVR PowER.-Hereditary king, aided by II. re- 
sponsible ministry. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AND LOCAL GOVERS\IENT.--Parlia- 
ment of two houses; a senate of 390 members, com- 
posed of princes and life members appointed by the 
king, and conspicuous for their position, scientific, 
literary or other attainments: a chamber of 50/'! 
deputies, elected by a very liberal franchise in which 
educational qualifications have a prominent place. 
Members of the two houses are not pa,d but they travel 
free. An excellent system of local g-overnment is exer- 
cised by means of provincial, municipal and communal 
councils. 


Japan, constitutional monarchy; population, 42,- 
000,000; area, H7,ï60 square miles. 
EXECUTlVR POwER.-Hereditary Emperor (mikado), 
aided by a resp 'nsible ministry and acon-ultative privy 
council. The mikado has thp power of dissoh-ing- the 
leg-islature and of giving sanction to all bills as a branch 
of the legislature. 
LEGISLATI\'E POWER AND LOCAL GO\,'ERS'MRST. - Impe- 
rial parliament or diet of two houses: II. house of 300 
peers composed of princes, hereditary, eleC'ted or ap- 
pointed nobles, who hold their seats for life or for seven 
years, according- as their position is hf'reditary or elected 
or appointed; a house of 300 representatives elected on 
a very liberal franchise for four years. 
Ielllhers of 
both houses are paid, excepting hereditary peers; the 
legislatÏ\'e powers of both hOllses are equal; voting is 
by secret ballot. The provinccs of the empire arc 

overned by governors, appointed by the emperor, ami 
by representative assemblies for purposcs of local ad, 
lIlini8tratio.. 


Liberia, African republic; population, 1,100,000; 
area, 14 360 square miles. 
EXEcFTlvK POwER.-President, elected for two years 
by unÎ\'ersal 8uffrag-e. and aided by a ministry. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AI\DLocALGovERNMENT,-National 
legislature of two houses: a senate of eight members 
and house of representatives of 13 members-the former 
elected for four and the latter for two years by universal 
suffrage. 


Luxemburg, independent 
rand duchy; popula- 
tion. 212,000 ; area, !)!)b square miles. 
EXECl'TIVE POWER.- Hereditary grand duke, 
LEGI!"LATIVE POWER AXD LOCAL GOVERNMENT.-Cham- 
ber of 45 deputies. elected for six years by the cantons 
or townships, one half being renewed every three years. 
Mexico, federal republic; population, 12,300,000; 
area, ï67,005 square miles. 
EXEcl TIV
: POwER.-President. elected for four years 
by electors chosen b) universal suffrag-e, and aided by a 
council. 
LEGISI,ATI\.E POWI':R ASD LOCAL GOVERN\,fEI\T. - Con- 
gress of two houses: a senate of 56 members, elected by 
universal suffrage, two for each state; a house of 2:l7 re- 
presentatives elected for two years by manhood suf- 
frage. Members of the two houses are paid. Each of 
the 28 states of the federation has a governor and a 
legislature of two houses elected by the people. 
Monaco, independent principality; population, U.- 
000; area, eight square miles. 
EXEcITTln: PowER.-Hereditar,} prince, having exc1u- 
sh'e eXe<'utive and legislative power, aided by a governor- 
general and a council of state. 
Montenegro, independent principality, with a 
measure of constitutional government; population. 
210,000; area, 3,630 square miles. 
EXECUTIVK POwER.-Hereditary prÏJ:ce, aided by a 
ministry. 
LEGISLATI\-E POWER AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT.-State 
council of eig-ht members, four appointed by the prince. 
four elected b
' the inhabitants who can sen-e as 801diers. 
Morocco, ab
olute despotism; population, 4,500,- 
000; area, 220,000 square miles. 
EXF:CI'TI\-E PowKR.-Sultan, spiritual as well as civil 
head of the state, with a consultative ministry. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT.-All leg- 
islati\-e as well as executive power is in the 8ultan. 
N epaul, military oligal'chy; population, 2,000,000; 
area, 54,000 square miles. 
EXRCUTIVR PowER.-Nominal hereditary so\'ereign, but 
the chief authority is in the prime minister. 
Netherlands. constitutional monarchy; popula- 
tion, 5,UOO,OOO: area, 12.648 square miles. 
EXECFTIVE PowI':R.-Hereditary sovereign, at present 
a queen, a minor, for \\ hom a queen regent acts; a re- 
8ponsible council of ministers aids the sovereign. 
LEGISLATJ\'E POWER AS'D LOCAL GOVERNMEI\T.-StateS- 
general of two houses; a first chamber of 50 members, 
elected for nine years-one-third retirin
 every three 
years-by the provincial states from the highest tax- 
payers or important officials; a second chamber of 100 
deputies, elected by male tax-payers and 10dgeI1'lof the 
age of 23, for four years. :Mcmbers of both houses are 
paid. 
llIlisters can attend the procecdings of both 
chambers, but they have only a deliberatÏ\'e voice except 
when thev are mcmbers of either. Kew legislation can 
only he initiated in J;he second chambcr and by the- 
government. The upper house can only reject or ap- 
prove, but not amend measures. Each province has a 
representative system of only one elected ch
mber. In 
every commune there is an elect.cd council for local 
affairs. 


Netherlands, Colonies of the, viz. : 
IS' TilE Dr-TclI EAST ISDIFS : 
J A V A, MAD! RA, with the followin
 out.posts: Sumatra.' 
Borneo, Riau, Lingga Archipelago, Banca, Billiton, 
Celebes :\Ioluccas Sunda Islands, New Guinea (iD 
part); total population, 33,000,000; area, 736.400 
square miles. 



HO 


FORMS UF GUVERX:\IEXT THROGGHUCT THE WORLD. 


[1897 


ExecutiIJc PUWf1'.-Governor-general, assisted hy a the pro\ inces or department.s, and a house of 110 repre- 
purely consultatÎ\ e council, administers affairs of Dutch sentatives, ele2ted by an indireet vote of electors. There 
India. Ja\-a and Madura are governed by a resident are municipal councils for local purposes. 
and assistant residents, and controllers in the provinces. 
The outposts are gmerned by gO\'ernors, residents, Portugal, constitutional monarchy; population, 
assistant residents, controllers. 4,8110,000; are'l, 34,03ð sqnare miles. 
Lr!Ji"latiæ POI!'('/" and Local Govenlment.-Legisla- EXEC!JTI\'E PowER.-Hereditary king, aided hy a re- 
tive power is in the council and gùvernor. All power sponsible cabinet and a conslIltati\'e prÏ\'Y council. 
\ estell as opposite and in the suprellJ'J ;,:-m'ermnent. J EGISLATI\ E PO\
 F.R ASD LOCAL GU\.F.R
\lEST.-Cortes 
-- I gemes or parliament of two houses; a house of peers. 
Ix TilE DL:TCII \Yt:ST I
Dn:s: (camara dos pares) hereditary peers elected or appointed 
SURI:"IA
I or DI'TCII HIIAS... ; population, {\
,UUU; area, for life. pecrs, universities, and literary and scientific 
46,000 square miles. bodies ha\ing' representati\es; a house of 1-19 deputies 
Executive PfI//'c/',-Governor, aided by a council, all (camara dos de put ado::;), elected for four ) ears by a very 
appointed by the king. Ilibeml franC'hise, regard heing had to e,lucational quali- 
Le!Ii'latiæ Power alld Local Govenwlellt.-Colonial fications. Colonial memheJ'!o; are paid, other deputies 
states, whose member,: al'e part!) appointed by the go\'- I travel free hy state railways, The SO\ erdgn cannot vet.o 
ernOr and partl.v elccted, a law passer! twiee hy the cortes, Madeira and. the 
AZJres form an integral part of the kingdom for leglsla- 
ti\'e and admini::;trati\'(
 purposes. Portugal has a .uuni- 
cipal system. 


CURACAO and its dependent islands; population, 4i,- 
000; area, 403 square miles. 
Executive Pm/'cr. -Governor, aided by a council, all 
appointed by the king, Portuguese Colonies and Dependencies. 
Legil'Zat'ivc POlI'a and LU('al Governml'nt.-Colonial Is AFRICA: 
council. composed of the fonr members of the C'ouncil C-\PE Yt;IWE I!'<L \XI1S, Guinea, Prince's awl St. Thomas' 
ami eight members appointed by the king. The inter- Islands AnO'ol:l, Amb1"Ïz, Benguela and 
Iassamedes 
na
 affairs ,of the se\-era! islands are administered by and CO;]OO "'East AhiC'a, :\Iozamhique, amI Lowrenço 
chIefs appomtpd b) the kmg. )lar(IUeS
 'Total population, 5,40U,OUO; area, 735,300 
Nicaragua: republi
;pulation, 2
3,00U; area, I
 1
1

re miles. 
-4ü,500 square miles. . \ GOA Damao Diu Timor etc., 
Iacao, etC'. Total 
E)"E

"rl\'E POwER.-Presl
ent., elected for f,?ur re
rs p
pulation: 5,40Ò,UOO; a;ea, 743,20
 square miles. . 

y unnersal suffrag-e and aIded by a responsible -nun- T;xecntiæ POII'er. -Portuguese C'olomes ha\e no Jeg-Is- 
Istry.. _ ,... , latures or rcpresentation in the national cortes, like 
L

If<LAT[.\ E PO\\ F.
 A ",IJ LOCAL (.0\ ERX\lEx1.-Con- Spanish or FrenC'h colonies, hut their affairs are. ad- 
goress of t\\0 hou
es" a senate of 18 memhers, and a ministere,l h,' "ovcrnors judg-es, and other functIon- 
house of rt;prüsentatl\-es of 21 mcmhels, the 
orlller aric" appoint:ed"h) the kï'ng, and all laws are initiated 
elected for Sl", and the latter for four years hy Ul1l\ en,al and pl'Qmul"ated br the same authority. 
suffra"e I " 
" . Roumania (Wallachia and Moldada), constitutional 
Oman, independent state in Arabia: population, monal'ch
; 
stimated population, 6,000,000; area, 48,- 
1,550,1)00; area, 8
,OOIJ square miles. 310 square nules. ... . '\ 
E),.EClTTI\.E 1'0wER.-Hereliitary sultan, \\ ith absolute EXE?J;Tln: POwER.-hmg, aIded by :m execl1tl e 
PO\\ er, as in all similar states of the east, I councIl. L ( ' P I . 
LEOISLATI\ E PO\\ER AND OC-\L .01 F.RX
IEXT.- ar la- 
Orange Free State, with repl'esentatÏ\ e gO\ ern- men
 of two houses; a senate of 120 uH::n,lbe,
s: 
lec
e
 
ment; estimated population, 2111,000, of whom 80,000 for e,ght rears, by electoral colI
ges, un
\erslt'
s bel

 
are \\ hite; area, -I8,:t
6 squarp miles. represented: a cham her. of 1
,{ .l
eput.les, e
ee
ed\ erv 
EXECIITJ\ E POIn:R.-Prcsident elected for fh'e years by I e,lel'toml colIeg-es for fOUl ) e
rs. Ihe .fl an
hls
 ]S ni 
unÎ\ er sal suffrage, and aided by an executive cOlln _ cil, I hbeml and .encOl
rages 
'luca.tIonal ql

h
,eatlO

s.. Me u
 
"e\-eralQf wholll are elel"ted by the popular assemhly. l
ers a':.e pal<l. 
en
tOls must b
 4U ) cats of a,,
, dep 
LEOISL-\TJ\.E POWER AXD LOCAL GOVER!\'\lt:XT. -Assem- ties, 
;). The dlstr
cts ?r pro\'Ulces ha\ e a S) stem of 
blv (\'olksraall) of 58 membel's, elected for four years, local government fairly liberal. 
{)rÌe half retiring- e\er)' t\\O ,'ears by unÏ\ersal suffrage. I . f 1 I t h O p ula 
)Iembers are paid.' . Russia, the cmpu'e 0 " a JSO u e mona
c r; p - 
I tioll IH1,onO,OIJO; al'ea, 8,6-1-1, HlO squale uules. 
EU;CI'TJ\'E POIu:R.-Hereflitary emperor (or czar of 
Paraguay, rcpnblil'; estimated population, 330,- I all the Rnssias), aided hy a comll:il, of state,. a 
HIIII; al'ea, !)
,flOIl square miles. ndillg senate, a holy s
 nod and a comnllttee of nun- 
E),.Ecl TI\'E PO\n;R. -Presiùent, elected for four rears isters in whose han'\"; al'e entrust.ed the super- 
b." uni,:e
sal suffrage! aud ai
led h
- a council of respon- I visiol; of all the seculal' and reli:..dous. a.ffairs of the 
"'lhIe mll1lsters. A nce-pl'esllient IS also elected. empire. All the work of g"m-ernment ]S Ul the hands 
LEOIISLATIVt: 1'0\\ ER AXil Locu, GO'-ERN\ll':XT.-Con- of ('ommittees cahillets or departments. Hureaucrac) 
g.l'ess of two hous
s, a senate and house of representa- I is the essence 
f gm-eillment in the J{us
i
s.. _ 
Ll\-es elected hy unl\ersal suffl"llg"e. The memhers are LEmSI. WI\'t: PU\n:R \ "D LOCAL Go, t,RN\lEXT.- All 
paid. legislati\'e awl administmti \ e .1'0\\:1'1' i
 !n th
 elI1p
ror 
- and his councils. The empire IS /hndell mto \ Ice- 
_ ,I ro\'alties {"o\'ernments anfl districts, I'(m ernefl b
' gov- 
Pe

la, absolute n
onarch:v ; populat.lOn, 8,OUO.l
IO; I el.ìlOrs-g
n"'eral, appointed and controlled (
irect1
 by the 
are
, 
:"
,noo squa

 mIles. , .. _ emperor. 
Iilital"
 go' ernors are e"tahhshe
1 III sol
le 
. EXECI-TI\ F. Pm\ ER.- !feredltal.'- "hah 
s
ahenshah), prO\ inces. Centralized gm-ernment rules HI RUf'sta. 
-aJded b.y 3: 
onsl
ltatl\-e c
)Uncd of 1l111llsters, T_he I he onl - shado\\ of IOl'al self-go\'e\"llll1cnt is to he ,seen 
'_'ountr)" IS dl\'lded IlIto I!ro\ IlIces, each I,;"m el'ncd b
 a in the n
irs or a'is"mhlies of the comnlllne'l or pansh
s 
g"O\'ernor-g.eneral 51- nd heutenant-governor. all actmg I of European Itlls'Sia. These" mirs" elect cprtalll 
under the llI
tl"l
et

ns o
 the c
ntr
l 
O\'
rnn!:nt, otfÌ<'el'" for ta"ation and pu
'ely 10l'
1 purpo
es, a!1d are 
LEO'SI,-\TI\E {n\H.R AXIJ LO
A!, (.O'ERX\Ir.X
, ,In thell'elicsof 01(1 An-an in
titlltlOns wh,ch sur\'J\'elllll the 
shah. whose pm""rs are only hnuted h
' th.e prlllcIl'les of \ illag-e as
embli'es of Imlia ami Gel'lIIan)", ar
d or!ginated 
the Koran and of th
 :'Ilohanunedan tenets. I the township Ii 0\ ernment of E!I
lan<l and 
ew Eng:l3;nd. 
In the pl'o\'inees, town" and e,t!es there are ml1mclpal 
institutions hnt almo"t e'\dusn-el,\ I'ontroller! by the 
large po\\'el"
 of the imperial authoritit<s, 


Peru, repu hlic; population; 2,700,00U; area, 4t'3,750 
square miles. 
E),.t;CI;TI\E PO\\t:R.-Pre"ident, elected for four years 
hy unÏ\ el'sal suffrag-e, and aided hy an e>..el'utive, coun- 
dl. Two vice-pI'esidellts are also elected to act m C'ase 
of death or incapacity of the l're"ident. 
LEOI!'<L-\TI\l': l'O\\t:R A
IJ LOCAL GO\-t:RX\lt:XT. Con- 

ress of two hou
es; a senate of 411 memhers, cho"ell hy 


Russian Dependencies, \ iz. : 
FIX',AXII, g-rand ,11II:hy; population, 2,50U,OOU; area, 
1-It';;
I

:

leJJ:jl,

:
:_OO\ ernor-general, appointed by 
and instructell h) the secI'cíary of state ami four Il'Iem- 



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91 


bers of a council for the affairs of Finland; a senate aids 
the government in adminish'ative affairs. 
Legisl/ltive Power and Local Govcnunent.-A nation- 
al parliament composed of four members, representing 
the nobles, clergy, hurghers and peasants, severaIl., 
('aIled together by the emperor e, err four or five years, 
Laws are prepared by the council at 
t. Peter
IJUr
, and 
discussed by the parliament. The emperor has a n:to. 
BOKIiARA, under control of Russia; population, 2,600,- 
000; area. 92,000 square miles. 
Execllt-iæ Power.-Ameer, ruling' by hereditary right. 
A Russian resident watches O\-er Russian interests. 


KIII\ A, under control of Rw.sia; population, 750,- 
000; area. 2t,341) square miles. 
Exe("/lth'c PIJlI"cl.-Khan, ruling hy hereditary right. 


Salvador, republic; estimated population, l)üO,OOO; 
area, í,2
5 square miles. 
EXEcI'TI\-" Po" ER.- President, elected for four rears 
by unh'ersal suffrage and aided by a ministry. 
LEGlSL-\TI\ E POWER A:\D LOC-\L GOVERS\IEsT.--Sing-le 
chamber, or national con!!ress of íO deputies, elected for 
Qne year by unh ersal suffrage. 
Samoa Islands, independent; population, 35,ooU; 
area, 1I,íOl square miles. 
EXECLITI \ E Po" RR. -Chief, elected by the natives. 
Germany, Gn.at Hdtain and the ()nited States have 
guaranteed the independence of the islands. Justice is 
administere(l in the intercsts of Europeans b) a supreme 
court. Apia has a form of local go\ernment aud is the 
capital. 


Santo Domingo (part of Ha).ti), republic; popula- 
tion, 615,0(1); area, 1
,U45 square miles. 
EXEC! TI' E Po" ER. -President, ekcted for four years 
by unÏ\ ersal suffra
e and aided h
 a ministry. The 
pro\ inces and districts are administcred b) governors 
appointed bv the president. 
LJo:OHiI.ATIVF Po" ER ASD 1.0C-\I, GOVF.RX\!EsT.-Xational 
congn:
s of 22 members, elected for t\\ 0 ) ears on a 
limited franchise. In the comlllunes there are councils 
elected hy the ratepa) ers, for municipal purposes. 


three classes (1) 8
 senators by their own right, princes, 
grandees, captams-general, arch bishops, admi rals, 
judg-es of th
 courti>. patriarchs of the Indies, presidents 
of the councIl of state; (2) 100 life senators appuinted 
by the cro\\ n ; (3) 180 elected for fh'e J ears bv the com- 
mun.al ami prO\ incial states, clergy, uni\ ersities, aca- 
denues and largest ta"\:payers, one-half of the number 
heing renewed e\ ery fi\ e) ears; a l"ongres'! of 431mem- 
hers elected On a ver.,' liberal franchise based on land, 
income, educational, profession'll and public sen ices. 
The pdnciple of the representation of minorities is oh- 
sen ed in large constituencies. The cortes meet annuallJ' 
and the congress is elected for fi\'e years. The king has 
the power of summoning or dissoh'ing the congress and 
the elected part of the senate. The senate is a court of 
impeachment when charges are laid against ministers 
hy the congress. Cuha and Canary Islands are repre. 
sented in the cortes, but imperial misgm.ermnent has 
periodicall
 caused I'evolution in Cuba, as at present. 
Although Spain h,ts sent between 120,000 and 150,l!OO 
regular for('e'i-a remarkable numLer-to quell the rebel- 
lion, it is still dominant ill a lar:re section of the un- 
happ) island. In ,he provinces and communes of Spain 
there is a representatÏ\'e system of local go, erlllllent. 


Spanish Colonies and Dependencies. 
IN A\JERICA: 
CI'B-\; population, 1,631,687; area, 41,ü55 sq. miles. 
.PORTO RIco; population, 806, iUS; area, 3,550 !-quare 
miles. 
Exec1/ti z'c POll'er. - GO\ ernor-g-eneral, aided b) a 
council. appointed by the king- 
Legislatiæ Powe1' (wd Local Government.-Spanish 
cortes, 16 senators and 30 deputies. 


Is ASI-\: 
PIIlLIPPI
E bLASD ; population i 000 000' area 114 _ 
3
6 s'!uare miles. Sulu Islan'd;' population, ï5,mti; 
Caroline Island and Palaos' population 3ü (JUO . 

Iarianne Island; population; 10,li2; to'tal 
rea: 
116,256 square miles. 
ExecufÚ'e P"/("'r.-Go\-ernor-
en"ral and a captain- 
I'eneral. The lwo\inces are under licutenant-g-memor, 
Alcalde!; or commandants. 


Servia. constitutional monarch)'; population,2,6OO,- Ix AFRI('-\: 
000; area, 19.100 square miles. ADRAR ASD RIO DE URO; population, 100,000. Hni: 
EXF,CI fiVE PO"ER.-HereditaQ prince, no" a king-, pupulation. ü,OOO. Fernudo Po, etc., Annahon, 
ai,led by a I'esponsible llIinist\"). Corisco, Elobcy, San ,Juan; population, 3
,nOO; 
LI':Ol!'L-\ rl\ E POWt:R AXl) LOCAL Gt)\ ER
 \IEsT.-Xational total area in Africa, 2
;
.88t1 square miles. 
ai>semhl
 (nal"Odna skupshtina) of two h"u"es; a senate Executi/'e Pou'pr.-Subordinate to the gO\-ernment of 
Qf eight members, four appointed b
. the king, amI four I the Canal") Islands. 
elected hy the assembly, "hich is composed of deputie, _ 
elected for three years indireetl
 b.,. the ta'\paJ ers, A Swed.en and Norway; fpderalor constitutional 
certain numher of deputies IlIUSt he unhersity men. IIIonardncal g-mernment. 
\\eden; population, 4,ð
4. 
Deputies are paid. The constitution is in process of 150; al'ea, 1i
,8;6 i>quare milcs. Kor\\ay; population, 
radical change",. The kingdom is (lidded into counties, 2,100.0UO; art'a, 1
4,H;) sqnare mile'i. 
distri(.t,> ami municipalities, which ha\ e representative Ext;:cl'Tln: PO\\ ER. -The united kingdoms are under 
assemblies for administrath.e purposes. the klllg' of Sweden, now a heredital'y !;O\'ereig-n, thoug-il 
each kingdom maintains its separate g-o, ernmenL and 
Siam (Thai) and dependencies of Kedah, Patani, laws. The diets of the two countrie
 are to cllOo
e :L 
Kelantan. etc.; absolute nlonarchy; estimated popula- successor to the thl'one in ca"e of a failure of re..ular 
tion, 5,1.\IO,()O(J; area, 300,000 square miles. sllccei>sion; and should the., not a!::rf'e on a suitahle 
E'\l':cl Tin: Po" F.R.-Hereditary king-. aided by a coun pel"so
, the choice i!; made 'h
 Swedish ami :'1.01 wcg-ian 
cil (senabodi) from wnich the king- ha'i formed a cabinet. deputIe>.. The common aff.tirs of the united king-d0ms 
Lt:Ol>:iLATI\E PoWER ASD LOC-\L GO\ER"lt:ST. -All are considered b) the king', with the a,.,...istance of a 
Iegislati\e pO\\er is in king and council. The kingdom coun,'il of state, composed of S\\elli!-h and 
ur\\egian 
is dh illed into pro\ inces or districts adminbtered by ministers_ 
governor'" appointed b) the king. " Lt:OII;Lu,n:, Po" F.R _
SD Loc-\L Gon'R
 \n:'\T.-L .In 
- Sweden there IS a cOIUlc,1 of state of Il1memhf'r
; a diet 
Soudan (Egyptian), or Dariur. Kordofan, 
uhia or parliament of t.\\O hou>.es; an upper or fir!'t house of 
(upper ami lower), Tenba, ami reg-ion ahout Strait of 150 members elccte(l h
 prO\ inpcs and town corpora- 
Bab-eV\landeb; population ahout 12,lIuO.OOO; area,l tiun'! for nine years; a loner or sepond chamber of 2311 
I,OnO,OOO square miles. memhcrs, elected h.\' resi(lents of rural districts and 
EXECI fin; Po" ER.-These countries are now in a 1.0\\ ns for three years on a fram'hise hased on propert,\ 
tran
ition sta!!e, amI under the intluence of the Engli
h I and income. :\Iell,hel's of the second chamber are alone 
Qr Itali
ns, or ilwhuled \\ ithin EIO pt. It i... impossible paid. The hallot is in use. 
to give here an e'\act account of its go\'el'llIllent. 2. In NOl'way thel'e is a council of state to ad\ ise the 
-- king. and a storthing-, or g-reat eourt, of 118 memhe,!o. 
_ f?
ain, constitllt
on2'1 kingdom: populMion in IS
7, , eleet.ed for three 
 t'
rs on 
 fralll'hise loa...ed on }Jrope!t
 
1,,1)üJ,ü;

 : aI'ca, 19. ,6. 0 square miles. alllimcome, 01" publle sen lee. The s)"i>tem of elt-ctJOn 
EXEC! TI\-" PowKR.-Hereditar_\ kin!!, \\ ith pO\\ er.. I is indil'ect. The people elel.t certain deputies ever., 
limited hy the con!;tit.ution of 18i6, aided hy rcs}Jonsihle three ,,-ears, these latter a""emblf' and ('hoo!o.e the re- 
ministers. nine in numher. pI'pscntathes to the stol,thin
. The storthing-, when 
LEOIISLATI\ K PO"ER ASIJ LOCAL G""ERX\JF.ST.-Parlia I elected and a"semloled for business. is di\ ide(1 into t\\ 0 
lIlt'nt (cortes) of t\\ 0 hon"cs; a t;enatc eompo...ed of . houses, the "lag-thing-," 01" one-wurth of the storthing-, 



92 


FOR
IS OF GOYEIUOIENT THROUGHOLTT THE WOULD. 


[1897 


and the .. odelsthing" or remaining- members of the 
storthing. The odelsthing has the whole ri"ht to in- 
spect and consider public accounts. All new"'laws are 
initiated in the lower house, and are accepted OJ' re- 
jected by the la/(thing". If the t\\ 0 houses do not a"ree 
they assemble in joint session, and a majority of "'two: 
thirds decide. Members are paid. 
3. A system of local government e\.ists in both Nor- 
way and Sweden, and the representative principle 
prevails to a modified extent. 
Turkey, absolute monarchy; population, about 
(O,OOO,ono; area, 4()1,6ü
 square miles (including Samos, 
Eg-ypt and other dependencies). Turkey in Europe has 
a population of 4,780,000, and an area of 61,200 square 
miles. 
EXECUTI\ R POWER. -Hereditan" sultan whose execu- 
tive and legislatÏ\ e authority 'is only Ìimited by the 
precepts of Mahomet. The sultan is aided b," a sadl'- 
azam (!!rand-viziel'), and a sheik-ul-islam, . who al'e 
respectively at the head of temporal and spiritual 
affairs under the direction of the sultan. 
LBGIBLATIVE POWER AKD LoCAL GO"ERX\lEXT.-The 
people have no legislative or popular assemblies or 
C'ouncils. The whole c ,untry is .li\'ided into govern- 
ments, appointed by and subject to the decrees of the 
sultan. 


Switzerland, federal republic; population, 300,- 
000; area, 15,97ö square miles. 
EXBCliTIVE POWER.-The supreme executi,"e and le
is- 
lative power is in a parliament called, when united in 
joint session, the bundes-versalllmlung"or federal assem- 
bly, composed of two houses, a ständerath or state 
council of 44 members, or two chosen br each canton; 
& nationalräth or national council of 147 reprel'cnta- 
tives elected by direct ,'ote every three )"pars. The 
federal assembly elects president and vice-president, one 
year and a hundesrath or federal council for three 
years. Members of the council can sit and debate but 
not vote in the two chambers. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AND LOCAL GOVERNMEYT.-The 
principles of initiating measures by popular vote (the 
initiative), and of suhmitting acts to direct vote (the 
.. referendum ") are in force in this republic The le/(is- 
lative powers of the nation are set forth in the consti- 
tution. Each of the cantons has a syst.em of local 
government based on the fullest p08sihle expression of 
the popular will. Le/(islative assemblies and executÍ\"e 
councils exist, and in a few cant"ns there are lands- 
gemeinden or assemhlies of the male citizens for the 
purpose of makinl{ laws and appointing their adminis- 
trators. The" initiative" and .. referendum" also 
exbt to a considerahle extent. The cantons or states 
are sovereign and only limited by the constitution. 
Transvaal. or South African republic: population, 
120,000; area, 119,139 "quare miles. Swaziland; popu- 
lation, 62,OuO; area, lü,150 square miles. 
EXI!CIITI\'E PowER.-President, elected for fh-e years 
by .. first-class burghers" Or residents before May 29, 
1876, aided by a council, appoint.ed and elected. Eng-- 
land has a restricted suzerainty over this republic, and 
is represented h
' a diplomatic ag-ent. The king of 
Swaziland is now suhject to Transvaal rule. 
LHOJ!!LATI\'f: POWER AXD I.OC'\L GOYERS\lExT.-Parlia- 
ment of two houses of 24 members each, chosen for four 
years by classes of hur
'hers. Bills must be passed hy 
both chambers. 


BULGARIA, princ'ipality, under the suzerainty of 
Turkey; population, 3,309,816; area, 37,860 square 
miles. This state includes eastern Romuelia. 
F:xecutive P01l'er.-The present prince was elected in 
1887 by the natIOnal assembly, but the title is heredi- 
tary. The prince is aided hy a council of eight ministers. 
Legislative POll'l'r and [.ocal Governllll'llt. -Single 
house, called the national a'isembl
", elect.ed by manhood 
øufIragoe for fh'e years. Members are paid. 
SAMOS, ISLAND OF, principalit,V and dependency of 
Turkey; population, about 50,000; area, 232 square 
miles. 
Executive Power.-Vizier or mushir of Turkey, ap- 
pointed by the sultan, and aided by a council of four 
Greeks. 


F..oYPT, under the nominal suzerainty of the sultan - 
population, 6,81ï,265; area, 400,000 square mile8. . 
Exe
lttiv
 Po
ve.r.-A hereditary khedive, aided hy & 
councIl of SIX mlJ1lsters. He has also the bencfit of Ihe 
a(lvÍC'e of an English financial adviser appointed hy him- 
self, and whose con,>ent is necessan' to el"en' decision 
on financialmaLters. He can sit on 'the coun'cil thou"h 
not a member of the executh"e. Erl"lish influence p
e- 
vails in administration. .., 
Le,qÙ3lativl' Powl'l' and Local Uoverwnenf.-The khe- 
dive has promulgated a constitution intended to gÏ\'e 
the people a share in legislation, but 80 far it is practi- 
cally nugator
'. Egypt is dh"ided into gO\'ernorships of 
towns and pro,"inces \\'ith extensÍ\'e puwers, hut aU 
under the control of the khedive and executive. 


United States of America, federal republic 
 
population in IIS!JO, U2,1:\30,621, including Alaska; area, 
3,501,000. 
EUTl.TI\"E POwER.-President, elected for four years 
under th.. constitution by electoral colleges in each state 
equal to the whole number of its senators and represen- 
tatives in congress; but. practically the election is by the 
direct "ote of the people. Each political party nomi- 
nates a set of electors on a presidental ticket and the 
people vote directly for them. Under the constitution 
t.he electors meet ill each state on a particular day and 
invariabh. cast their "otes in accordance with the result 
of the eieetion. There is also a vice-president elected 
by the same political method. The president is head of 
the executive, and has a veto over the legislation of con- 
gress, but it can be o,'er-I'idden by a two-thirds majority 
in each house. He is aided by a cabinet of eight secre- 
taries of state and heads of departments, appointed by 
himself with the approval of the senate, but haYing no 
"eats in Or responsibility to congress. In case of death, 
resignation or disability of the president., the dee-presi- 
dent succeeds, and after the latter, the secretary of state 
or other memhers of cabillet in order of seniority until a 
new president is appointed or the disability is removed. 
Elections for president and vice-president take place 
on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November 
every leap) ear, and they take office on the 4th March 
following. 
LEOISALTI\.E POWER AND LOCAL GOVERl"MEYT, - Con- 
gress of t.wo houses; a senate of 90 members, or two 
from each state, chosen by the leg-islatures for six years; 
a house of 357 representatives ele(.ted every second year 
by the electors of the states in accordance with their re- 
spective election laws; universal Butfmg-e limited in a 
few cases by residence, re/(istration and pa,yment of 
taxes. Senators must be 3IJ years of age, citizens for 
nine years, amI residents of the stat.es which elect them. 
Representath'es must be ahout 25 years of age, citizens 
for seven years, and residents of the states in which 
they are elected. The senate has the power of approv- 
ing or rejecting- the higher appointments and treaties 
made by the president, and of acting as a court of im- 
peachment for the president, judge< of the supreme 
court, and other hil{h functionaries, It can also amend 
bills for raising- revenul', \\ hich alone can originate in 
the house of representatÌ\'es, The \'i('e-presiùent is ex 
officio president of the scnate, which may also appoint a 
tell1porary president. The speaker of the house is 
elected bv Its members. Members of both hOllses re- 
ceive $;;,000 and tra,"elling expenses every year. The 
territories are represented by one elect.ed delegate 
in each case, who cannot '"ote in the house. The legis- 
lati\'e powers of the congress are enumerated in the con- 
I<titution. The supreme court of the United States can 
hear and detennine issue", of laws as to the int.erpretation 
of the constitution and may declare the acts of congress 
unconstitutional or' intra I)ires, as the case may be. The 
federal jud/(es are appointed by the president' with the 
apprO\'al of f,he senate. A pem1anent cÌ\'il service is 
being graduall
 built up, and remonlls froUl office in 
the ease of officials, not political in their nature, are very 
Uluch le!;>s frequent of late ,years with the institution of 
cÌ\'il sen'ice rules. 


United States, federation of the : 
ALABAMA; pop. in 1890, 1,513,017; area, 51,5016 sq. m_ 
ARKANSAS; pop., 1,128,179; area, 53,045 sq. m. 
CALIFORSIA ; pop., 1,208,]30; area, 15fi,980 sq. m. 



1897] 


9:
 


FORMS OF GOVEHS)IEXT THROUGHUCT THE WORLD. 


COWRADO; pop., 412,198; area, 103,645 sq. m. 
CONKE<:TICUT; pop., "j 46.258; area, 4,8-15 sq. m. 
DELAWARE; pop., 16 01 ,493; area, 1,000 sq. m. 
FWRIDA; pop., 391,422 ; area, 54,140 sq. 111. 
GEORGIA; pop., 1,837,::153; area, :;8,980 sq. In. 
IDAHO; pop., 84,385; area, 84,
90 sq. m. 
ILLINOI:i; pop., 3,826,35. ; area, 56,000 sq. m. 
INDIANA; pop., 2,19
,404; area, 35,910 sq. m. 
IOWA; pop., 1,911,896; area, 5ã,4ì5 sq. Ill. 
KANiHS; pop., 1,427,096; area, hl,.OO sq. m. 
KENTLCKY; pop., 1,858,635; area, 40,OUO sq. m. 
LoUISIANA; pop., 1,118,587; area, 45,420 sq. m. 
}fAINE; pop., 661,086; area, 29,8H5 sq. m. 
MARYLAXD ; pop., 1,042,390; area, 9.860 sq. m. 
MASIi-\CIH;BEfTS; pop.. 2,238,943; area. 8,0-10 sq. m. 
MICHlGo\N; pop., 2,093,889; area, 57,430 sq. m. 
M'NNESOTA; 1,301,826; area, 79,205 sq. m. 
MISSISSIPPI; pop., 1,289,600; area, 46,430 sq. 111. 
M'SSOURI; pop., 2.679,184; area, 68..31 sq. m. 
}fO)(TA'iA ; pop., 132,159; area, 145,310 sq.m. 
NEBRASKA; pop., 1,058,910; area, .6.840 sq. m. 
NEVAI1A; pop., 45,761 ; area. 109,740 sq. m. 
NEw HA\I"SIIIRE; pop., 376,530; area, 9,005 sq. m. 
NEW .hO:RSEY; pop., 1,444,933; area, 7,4!;!; sq. m. 
NEW YORK; pop., 5,997,853 ; area, 47,260 sq. m. 
NORTH C.-\ROLI:'I.-\ ; pop., 1,617,947; area, 48,5t10 sq. m. 
NORTH D-\KOTA; pop., 182,710; area, 70,095 sq. m. 
01110; pop., 3,672,316; area, 40,760 'iq. m. 
ÚREGO"; pop., 313,767; area, 94,560 sq. m. 
PB"XSYLV.\XIA ; pop., 5,258,014; area, 44,985 sq. m. 
RHODE ISLAND; pop., 345,506; area, 1,085 sq. m. 
SOUTH CAROLINA; pop.. 1,157,149; area, 30,170 sq. m. 
SOUTIJ DAKOTA; pop, 328,808; area. 76,850 sq. Ill. 
TENNESSEE; pop., 1,767,518; area, 4I,750!ilq. m. 
TEXAS; pop., 2,235,5
3; area, 262,290 sq. m. 
UTAIJ; pop., 207,705; area, 82,190. 
VERMONT; pop., 332,422 ; area, 9,135 sq. m. 
VIRGINIA; pop., 1,655,980; area, 40,125 sq. m. 
W ASIJINGTON: pop., 349,340; area, 69,181) sq. Ill. 
WEST VIRGlXIA; pop., 349,390: area, 24,645 sq. m. 
WISCOSSIN; pop., 1,600 880; area. 54,450 sq. m. 
WYOMING; pop., 60,705; area, 97,575 sq. m. 


Executive Power.-In each state there is a governor 
and a lieutenant-governor and officers to administer the 
government. The g-overnor and lieutenant-governor 
are elected hy the people for four years in following 
statcs: California, VelawaI'e, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, 
Indiana. Kentucky, Louisiana. 
Iaryland, 
Iississippi, 

Ii!ilsouri, 
Iontana, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, 
Pennsylvania, Yirginia, Washington, 'Vest Yirginia, and 
Wyoming. In the following states the tenn is three years: 
New Jerse) and New York. In the following, two years: 
Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, K:LI1!;as, 
Michi!!an, 
Iinnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Korth 
Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennes- 
see, Te:>..as, Vermont, Wisconsin. In the following, the 
tenn is one year: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts 
and Rhode Island. All the governors have the power 
of Teto over legislation except in Delaware, North 
Carolina, Ohio, }thode Island. It requires a majority 
or two-thirds vote to over-ride the veto. The governor 
is the head of the executÌ\'e and has no responsihle 
millisters in the English or Canadian sense, but the 
executive or administrative officers are generally 
elected. 
Legislative Puwer and Local Gm'ernment. -In all the 
forty-five states there is a legislature of t\\O houses; 
an upper house, generally c.'dled scnate, and a house of 
representatiws, both elected by the people of the state. 
In the following states the senate is elected for fOllr 
.} ear
, the house of representatives for two years, and 
1>e!;sions are hiennial, with the exception of the states 
mentioned: Alabama. Arkansa!;. Califoroia, Colorado. 
I1elaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, 
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, \lar
land, Mi-sissippi 
(annual), :\tissouri, :\Iontana, Nevada, North Dakota, 
Dreg-on, Penns.\'lvania, Nouth Carolina (annual), Texas, 
Utah, Vir
inia Wa
hing-ton,West Virginia and Wyoming. 
In the following states the term is for the I>cnatp two, for 
the house, t\\O, and ses
ions biennial: Idaho, 
fichi/{an, 
Nebraska, New Hampshire, Korth Carolina. Ohio, 
South nakota, Tennessee, Vermont. In the following 
<!tates the term is one for both senate and house, and 
sessions annual: Connecticut, :\Iaine, :\Iassachusetts, 
Rhode Island. In Minnesota the term of the 
enate i
 
t.wo years, of the housc one, and sessions annual. In 


New"\ ork the senate two, the house one, and the sessions 
annual. In New Jersey the senate three, the house one, 
and the sessions annual. Universal suffrage is the rule, 
though Delaware has a tax qllalification in state senate 
elfctions. In Borne states the ])ayment of a poll tax, 
illiteracy and residence entcr into qualifications. In 
Colorado, Utah and '\-.romin!:" womcn can vote. }[em- 
bers of the le/{islature are paid. All public officials, 
state and munidpal, are elected as a rule, but the 
tendency in the older states is to have a permanent 
public service apart from l,olitical heads. In 31 states 
the judges are electcd by the people; in five. by the 
legislature; in eight, appoillted ,,
 the governor, sub- 
ject to conformation by the legislature or council. The 
Australian or Canadian ballot is now in force in 40 
states; nine ha\'e pasl>ed stringent law
 against corrupt 
practices at elections, but they are efrceth-e in only two 
or three states. 
Throughout the union there is a very complete sys- 
tem of township, county, and city go\-ernment. Town- 
shil' local !(O\-ernment ].H"evails in the New England 
states, the county is generally the unit. in the south; 
in the middle and north-western states there is a mixed 
sn,tem. In several of the western states women can 
v'ote and be elected for coundls. In all cases councils 
are elective. In the large cities there have heen c:uoes of 
gross corruption and mismanagement, and the best 
metho(ls of improvillg munieipal government arc now 
at.tracting much serious attention. 


United States Territories. 
ALASKA; pop., 32,052; area, 531,000 sq. m. 
ARIZONA; pop., 207,495; area, 112.920 sq. m. 
NEW 
IEXICO; pop., 153,593; area, 122,460. 
OKLAHO\IA ; pop., 61,834; area, 38,830. 
INDIAX TERRITORY; pop., 180,182; area, 31,000. 
Exec1lfil'e POlVer.-In the territories the governors 
and other officials, including judges, are appointed for 
four 
'ears b\' the president of the United States. The 
legislatures (council and house of representatives) of 
tht' organized territorips of Arizona, New 
Jexico, okla- 
homa, are elccted for t\\.o .rears, but their powers 
of legislation are larg-e, though suJ.ject to federal restric- 
tions. In the other territories there are onl)' g-overnors 
and officials appointed b) the president.. 


Uruguay, republic: estimated population in 1895, 
850,000; area, 72,110 square miles. 
EXEC('TIVE POwER.-President, elected for four years, 
and aided by a council of fi\e ministers. 
LEGISLATIVE POWER AXI) LOCAL GO\'ERN\lENT.-Con- 
gress of two houses; a senate of 19 chosen b) an elect- 
oral college for six .rears, one-third retiring" every two 
.rears; a house of 69 representatives elected every three 
years by all malc adults who can read and write. 


Venezuela, republic; population, about 2,500,000; 
area, 593,943 square miles, but England claims about 
50,000 square miles as forming part of British Guiana- 
a question in dispute fOJ' years. 
EXECl"TI\'E POwFR.-President, chosen for two years, 
without veto powel', and aided b
' a rc!;ponsible minis- 
tQ' of six member!il, and a federal coullcil of 19 mem- 
bers. Congress appoints the council every two years, 
and the latter choose the preside"t. 
LEGISLATIYE POWER A
D LOCAL GOVERN\lE
T.-Con- 
gress of two houses; a senate of 24 members or two 
..lected for each !;tate leg-islature for four .}eaN; a house 
of 52 representatives, elected by direct vote for four 
years. 


Wadai (Central Soudan), and subject states of Kanem 
and Ragimli, absolute monarchy; estimated population, 
2,750,OUO; area, 302,000 square miles. 
E"ECI'TI\'E PowER.-Sultan, aided by a council (fashir). 
The country is divided into prO\ inces, governed boY vice- 
roys. 
LEGlBLAlIVE POWER ASD LOCAL GOVERX\lENT.-The 
koran or law i!il interpreted hy a council of ulemas or 
fakirs, as in all )Iohammedan countries. 



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IoST GR\CIOl"S MA.JESfY, Q('EE:-' YlCI'OIIIA. 


THE QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY. 


THE QUEEN.-Victoria, of the United Kingdom of Her Roy.al Highness Alice "'aud Nm'lI, born April 25, 
Great Britain and Ireland, (Jueen, Defender of the Faith, 1843, marned Jul) 1, 1862, to Prince Frederick Louis of 
Empress of India. Her Majest) was born at Kensing- 
esse (afterwam.s Louis IV., G.rand Duke of Hesse), and 
ton Palace )Iay 24, 1819; succeeded to the throne June died, Dceember 14, 1878: ha\"lng had issue two son8 
20,1837,0;" thè death of her uncle I
ing William IV.; was one the p.resent Grand Duke of Hesse, and one acci: 
crowned June 28, 1838: and marned Feb. 10, 1840, to dentally killed, also five daughters, one of whom man-ied 
his late Royal Highness Prince Albert, PRIXCR CON- XOL 
6, 1894, the Czar of Rmsia, 
jcholas II. 
SORT, who \\ as born August 
6, 1819, and di.cd Decen
- I J:Iis Royal Highness Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of 
ber U, ]861. Her Majesty IS the onl)- child of his Edmburgh, born Aug. 6, 1844, succeeded his uncle the 
late Ro.yal Hi
hnpss Edward, Duke of Kent, son of elder hrother of Prince Albert, as Duke of Saxe- 
King Georg
 III. . The c
ildr
n of He.r Majesty are-;- ! C<?bourg_Gotha, Aug. 
3, 1893, n
arried Her Imperial 
Her Imper,al Ma1esty VICtorIa 
delalde Mary LOUIsa, H
ghness the 
rand Duchess 
Iane of Rus!.ia, Jan. 23, 
PRINCE!!!! ROYAL, Empress Frederick of Germany, bonl 1
14, and has Issue t\\O sons and three daughters. 
No\'. 21, 1840, and married Jan. 2ii, 18:>8, to Frederick, Her Royal Highness Helena Augusta Victoria, born 
Crown Prince of Prussia, afterwards plarch to June, May 25, 1846; married to H. R H. Prince Frederick 
1888) second German Emperor, who 
ie.d June 15, 1888, Christian Charles Augustus of Schles\\ig-Holstein-Son- 
and has issue four sons, the eldest Wilham, the present derhurg-Augustenhurg, Jul.\ 5, 18fi6, and has issue three 
Genllan Emperor, and four daughtprs. sons awl two daughters. 
Hi'3 Royal HiO'hness Albert Edward, PRI'\CE OF W ALF.S, Her Royal Highness I ollisa Carolina Alberta. born 
born Nov. 9, 1
41; married 
Iarch 10, 1863, Alexandra March 18, 1848; married 
Iarch 21, 1871, to the Marquis 
of Denmark (Princess of Wales), born Dec. 1, 1844, and of Lorne, eldest son of the Duke of Argyll. 
has issue, Albc).t Victor, Duke .of Clarence and His Royal Highness Arthur William Patrick Albert, 
Avondale, born Jan. 8, 18û4, died Jan. 14, 18!)
; Duke of üonnaught, born 
Iay 1, 1850; married March 
Geor"e Frederick Ernest Albert, Duke of York, horn 13, 18;9, to Princess Louise 
Iargaret, ùau"hter of the 
.June o 3, 18(:5, man-iell July 6, 
8!):{, to Prin
'css Victoria late Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, a;d has issue 
Man ()Ia\') of Teck, and has Issue a son Edward A. C. one son and two daughters. . 
G. Ä. P. 1
., born June 23, 1894, the third 
n dir,
ct line I His Royal Hi
hnes'J Lc
p'!!d (
eOl'ge DU.J1can Al.bert. 
of succeSSIOn to the throne, and Alhert 1<. A. (,., born nuke of Albany, horn Apnl 1,18;:>3; marrIed AprIl 27, 
Dec. 14, 1895; Lou
sa Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, born 1 1b:'d, to I
rincc"s 
Ielen of Waldeck, and died March 28, 
Feb. 20, l1i67, marned July 27,1889, to Alexander, Duke. 1884, haVIng had I>,;!;;ue one son, no\\' Duke of Albany, 
of Fife; Victoria Alexandra Olga lIIary, horn July 6, I and one daug'hter. 
1868' 
Iaude Charlotte Mary Victoria, born 
ov. 26, Her Royal Highness Beatrice 
Iary Victoria Feodora 
1869: married July 22, 189U, to Prince Charles, se('ond I born April H, 1
;;;: married ,July 
;3, l x S5, to Prince Henry 
son of Crown Prince of Denmark; and Alexander, born of Battenhurg, who died .Jan. 20, 189ü; and has issue 
April 6, died April 7, ]8;1. three sons and one daughter. 


On Sept. 23rd, 1896, Queen Victoria's reign exceeded that of any other English Sovereign. 
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DO)IIXIOX PARLIA)fEXTS 
IXCE lk67. 


No. OF P ARLIA)'F.XTS. I SESSIOS_ 
I OPESIXO. I 
_____1___ 
1st Parliament........... - 1st 
 0\ ember 6, 1 1 8 8 6 ( i 9 7 . . . . 
 J l l a ln Y e 
2nd .. . . . . . April 15, 
3rd. . . . . . . . February 15, 1870. . I \lay 
4th...... .. 15, 1871. . I _\pril 
5th,.. April 11, 1872.. June 
lUst, ........I}larch 15, 1873.. August 13 1873..} J 
2nd...... ,octOber 23, ]873. ï NO\'emher 7: Id73.. í anuary 2, ]874. 
3rd P
rhament.......... . lIst . .. 'larch 26, 1874. .\Iav 
2nd Fehruarv 4 1875" j \pril 



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1 5th .. ,. " 7, 1878.. I 'Ia y 
4th Parliament.. ......._ 
st..._.. .' I Feb1;?ar,} 13, 1879.. .\Iay 
,2ml......... 1') 1880..1 ,. 
3rd . ...... I>ccemher 9: 1880. 'larch 
4th Fehruary 9,1&>2'. I .\la,} 
I . 
6th Parliament........... ]st....,...... Fehruary 8, lò8
., .\Iay 25, 
2n" .. .. .January 17, 18
4, I \pj'il 19, 
3rd .. 29, 11'1";;. Juh 20, 
4th.... . FebrnaQ 25, HiS(). . I JUlie 2, 
1st... 'April 13, 18-;7.. .June 23, 
2nd. ". -. ,Fehruar,} 23, 1M.':!. . 1 .\la y 22, 
3rd . . . . January 31 1889" .) 
,4th.... .....1 ..' 16: 1/390::" ú;: 
1st .......... April 29, 18
n. Septpm ber 30, 
2nd. . .. . . . .. February 2;;, lð!l2.. Jul.' 9, 
3rd ........ Jamlary 26, Is!l:
.. _\pril ], 
4th .\[arch ]5, Þ'!H.. .July :.13, 
5th April 18, 1895.. July 22, 
6th .January') lð!I{j.. April 2;
, 
8th Parliament ........ .Ilst .... . . . I AUKust Ii}: 1
96.. 
* AdJourned from 2Jst DeC'ember, 1867, to 12th 'tLrch, 186'1, to allow the Local Legisb.tures to meet. 
t Adjourned 23rd .\Iay till 13th Augu!'t. 
[95 ] 


DATE OF 


PHOROO-\TIOX. 


DIS80Ll"TION. 


')0) 1868.. 1 
2:;' 1869.. 
12' J 870.. J -J uly 
14: 1871 . . 
14, 1872: . 


ð, 1872. 


2nd Parliament. _. . 



6 18H. 1 
8: 18
5.. 
12, 1816.. J -AUgust 
')8 ]877 
ÏO: 1878.. 


17, 18i8. 


15, 1879. . 1 ì 
7, 1880. 
')1 1881.. f 'la r 
Ï7: 1882'.1 
1!!,,;L. ì 
Ibð4 
]885.. J -.Jalluar y 
] 8SG .. 


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...2. 


15, 1
7. 


6th Parliament..... 


1887.. ì 
lð88.. 
lðð!l.. J 
 FebruaQ. 3, 18m. 
1890. I . 
18!1l. ì 
1892.. 
1893. \ . 1 " ., 
IS94. J 
 - pn _4, 11';9(0. 
189!i .. I 
]896. . 


7th Parliament. 



DOMISION COAT OF ARMS. 


DOMINION OF CANADA. 


Population 1891, 4,829,411. 


SEAT OF GOVERNMENT-OTTAWA. 
,GoVERNOR-GENBRAL.-His Excellency The Right Honourahle JOHN CAMPBELL HAMILTON GORDON, EARL 0.. 
ABERDEEN.-æl0,OOO and residence. 

finister of 
[jlitia and Defence-Hon. Frederick 
William'Borden........:...........:.... ..--. .
7,ono 
Postmastn Genernl--Hon. William Mulock.. ... 7,()()l) 
]'finister of Agriculture 
 Hon. Sydney Arthur 
Fisher. .. ..............................._._.7,000 
lrfinixter oj Public Works-Hon. Joseph Israel 
Tarte . ......... .. ........... ...... - .. .. - 7,000 
Without Portfolio--Hon. Richard Reid Dobell.. . . 
]'finister of Finance-Hon. Will. Stevens Fielding 7,000 

linÙlter Qf Railways and Canals-Hon. Andrew 
Georg-e Blai r . . . .. . _ . . .. . . . ., .... . .. __ .. .. -. 7,000 
Wit.hout Portfolio - Hon. Christopher Alphonse 
Geoffrion. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. ................ 
Jfinistl'r of the lntnior and Supt. General of 
Indian .A.tíairx-Vacant......... ...... .....7,000 
Clerk of the Qlteen's Privy Co1tncil-John Joseph 
McGee, Esquire ......... ................ .. 
Members of Cahinet in addit!on to reKular salary 
receive 
l,Ooo se

ional allowance. 


STAFF. 
Gonernor-General's Secretary and .Military Sec.- 
"John Sinclair, Esq., late Captain 5th Lancers.. .$3,000 
A. D. C.-Captain R. C. Urquhart, Q. O. 
Cameron Highlanders; Lieutenant H. W. 
Wilberforce, 2nd Dragoon Guards. . .......... 
Extra A.D.C.-Robert 
1. Ferguson, Esq., Royal 
Scottish Archers, and David Erskine, Esq., Royal 
Scottish Archers; A. J. Marjorihanks, Esq..... 
Compt roller of the llo1tsehold-Da\'id Erskine, Rsq. 
Personal PrivateSecretary-W. T. S. Hewett, Esq., 
barrister-at-law. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . 
Physician-Dr. T. Gibson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Hcmornry Aides-de-Camp-Lieut..Col. Hon. J. M. 
Gioson, 13th Batt.; Lieut.-Colonel H. R. Smith, 
14th Batt.; Lieut.-Colonel Hon. A. C. P. R. Lan- 
dry; Lieut.-Colonel Hector Pri-vost, 6
th Ba1 t.; 
Lieut.-Colonel Jas. A. L. Strath
., Royal Scots of 
Canada; Lieut.-Colonel A. E. Curren, Canadian 
Art'y; Lieut_.Colonel C. M. Boswell, 90th Batt.; 
Lieut.-Colonel Hon. E. G. Prior, Canadian Art'y; 
lrIaj. H. C. Sheppard; Maj. Griesbach. North- 
West Mounted Police; Capt. D. H. Macpherion. 
. OOVERNOR-OESERAL'S SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 
SecretaT!I-J. Sinclair, Esq., late Capt. 5th Lancers 
Chief Clerk-C. ,J. .Jones .......... ............ :1;2,400 
ADDRF.SS-"To His Excellency the Gov.-Gent'r ,I 
in Council." All documents, petitions, etc., to 
be enclosed to the Hon., the Secretary of State, 
Ottawa. 


CABISET. 
(rtHnistry formed 13th July, 1896.) 
Pri7TU3 Jfinister- Hon. Wilfrid Laurier, President 
of the Queen's Privy Council............ .. ... .$8,000 
MiniRter of Trade and Comme/"ce, Hon. Sir Richard 
J. Cartwright, K.C.M.G. . ..... :. .... .. .. .. .. 7,000 
Si'(
retary of State-Hon. Richard William !';cott.. 7,000 
Mini.stl'r of Justice - Hon. Sir Oliver .Mowat, 
K.C.M.G... ......................... ..... ..7,000 
Minixter of l1farine and Fisheriei1-Hon. Louis 
Henry Da\ies......................... ........ 


Not in the Cabinet. 
Solicitor Gene'ral of Canada-Hon. Charles Fib- 
patrick . . . .. ........................ ..... 
Cuntroller of Cw
toms-Hon. William Paterson.._ 
Controller 0" Tnlawl Re"en1te -Hon. Sir Henri 
Joly de Lothiniere, li.C.M.G............ 


PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE. 


Clerks. 
ASRi1<tallt Clerk of the Privy CUll/wil-Vacant.... 
Clnk of the Crown in ChancenJ-Samuel E. St. 
On
e Chapleau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 
Fmlt Cla"s Clerks-W. H. Lee, F. K. Bennetts. .. 
DI'/II/'-" Clerk of the Crown in Chancery-James 
G. Foley -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . 
Hi"h rO/lw';lIxiolll'r ftn. Can'lIia in London--llon. 
Sir Donald A. SI\lï"th, K.C. :\I.G. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Sp('rl'trtry Canrtdirtn (;()vt. Ojjiee in London- 
Joseph G. Colmer, C.:\I.G........ ..... ........ 
7,000 AI!I>û;t. Sl'cretar?f nnd Accountant-A. Iteynolds. 
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SEl\ATE OF CAXADA. 


Hon. C. A. P. Pt:I.LETIt'R, C.)I.(;., Speaker (<Juehec). E. J. LA
GF.\Is, Clel'l.. of the !"enate ami Clerk of the 
Parliaments, $J,40U. Senators sessional allo\\ ance, $1,000. 


8KJ,ATORS. P. O. A!JDRESS. !>EXAToRS. P. O. ADDRESS. I 
I Ion. D:nid Hecsor. ...... York\'ille Hon. Donalrl Mc)lillan... Alexandria 


.. George W. Al1an. _.. _ Toronto 
.. J. F. Armand.. Rh'. des Prairies 
Hobert B. Dickey., .. Amherst 
William 
Iiller .... .. Arichat 
David Wark ...... Fredericton 
A.H..)IcClelan, Ri\'erside,AlhCo 
James De\er.. St. John, K.B. ! 

. Macfarhn
. Wallace, 
.S. 
::5Ir Fran!.. Smith.. . . . .. Torc:'to 
J. Suthel'lalllL. _ . Fernton, )1. 
W. .J. )Iacdonald, Victoria, RC 
1tI. H. Cochrane..... .Compton 
Alexanrler Vidal.. . . . . . . SarIli
 
J.ILBellerose. . st. Vin. de Paul 
R. W. Sce>tt.. ......... .Ottaw3 
J. D. Lewin... ..St. John, 
.B. 
L. G. Power.......... Halifa" 
C. A. P. Pelletier.... lluebec 
.. Jos. R. Thibaudeau.. Montreal 
.. C. E.n de Houchen'ille, Bouch. 
William .J. Almon .... Halifll" 
Thos McKa\' ..... .Truro. :-J.:5. 
Ale\:.W.Ogih'ie.. ...Montreal 
Donald MacInnes..... Hamiltou 
T. R. McInnes. ... Victoria, B.C. 
.John O'Uonohoe ..... .T..ronto 
P. A. De Blois.. .,. . Quehec. Q. 
)'ER\lAXEXT OFI'ICtaU! 01' TilE St:XATE ot' CASADA. 
Clerk, J/ailter in Chancery and .Accutllltant-E. J. Sergcant-at-Arms and Clerk u.f Pnuch Journals 
Lamre\"Ïn. $3,400 - J. de St. n. Le Moine.. .. ................... .$I,6ÐO 
C'erk 
4i1>;i.
tant, Jfaliter in Chancery and Chief Assistant Accuuntant-C. T. Gihbs.............. 1,500 
French Tran"lafor-A. A. Boucher. . .. . 2,500 Junior Clerk-A. Adamson... . . . .. . . .. .. .... .... 900 
[.aw Clak, .
fa"ter in Challcer,'! alld HI/flli>lh AsÛsfant Clerk, French JOllrnal>l-A. L. Garneau. 950 
Tr"n.
lator-J. G. A. Crei
hton.. . . .. ......... 2,500 (;clltlelllllll U >111('/' n} fhe Black Rod-R. E. Kimber 1,350 
Chaplain-The Venerable Archrleaconl auder . 400 PIJ>ltmasfer-J. B. l\l
 rand................. 1,400 
First EII'lli,,'. Clerk-R. W. Stephen.. ............ l,bOO I Hmuwkeeper-John Carleton... .......... 1,0(10 
Spc(;YIld !!lìg
iilh Clerk-Alex. Souter.. ,.......... 1.650 I
uu'rkeeper-:Pierre 
att

 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 900 
Thtrd Engllf'h Clerk-Chas. Young- ..... 1,4 1 .0 1.\ ell'
'Toom E.ee1Jer-F. GIlhert .... _ .. . . ........ 8eo 
First French TrUlulafnr-Alfred Garneau..... . 2,00 11 Official Reporters-G. C.llo11and, A. Holland. 
Sccond FrPlIcll 1'ralllilator, J. B. Trudel. . . .. _.' 1,200 


U Ceo. C. }kKind<òey. )li1ton, O. 
W.)lcDllnald, L't1eGh\ce B.),
 
J. Holduc.
t. Yictor de Tring-.Q 
T. R 'bitaille.. 
ew Cal'1isle. I..l. 
.J. R. Gowan. . . . . . . . . Barrie 

: 







'.' . ...... ........ 
i3


.
 
P. Poirier " 
helli
, 
.B. 
.. :-0. )Ierner. .. New Hamlmrl;:', O. 
C. E. Cas;.;rain. . Windsor, O. 
.. L. )lcCallum.. . . stromnes
, O. 
W. E. Sanford ...... Hamilton 
J..J Ross, Ste.Annedela Perade 
W. D. Perle.}, WolRely, N.W.T. 
.James Reid _. .' (,!uesnel1e, ß.C 
E\'an Jehn Price..... . (,!uebec 
Geo. A. Drummond. ..Montreal 
1'1. Pro"se, }ll\rra
 lIar., P.E.I. 
.. C A. Boulton.. Shelhnouth. )1. 
J. ,\. Lougheed _ _ Cahrarr, A I ta 
L. R. 
Iasson ., TerreLonne, Q. 
Peter 1kLaren ...... Perth, O. 
H. Montplaisir, C.de la 
Iag-. Q. 
J. ß. Snowball. . Chatham. KE. 
A. A.Macdonald, Charlottetown 
.. .John Dohson. . Lindsay 


SE'\:ATORS. P. O. ADDRESS. 
Hon. A. C. P. R. Landry.. . . Quebec 
.. T. A. Bernier. . ::5t. Boniface, M. 
.. Clarence Primrose. Pictou, N.S. 
U Sir )Iackenzie BO\\ell.. . Ottawa 
.. John 
. Kirchoffer. Brandon,}1. 
.. Donald Ferguson, )Iarshfield" 
[P.E.I. 
., .J. O. _-\rsenault. \hramR \ïl- 
[l3g-e P. E. I. 
(;eo. T. Baird. Perth Centre. 
[
.B. 
.. Sir Wi1liam Hingston, 
Iomreal 
.. Jo!>iah Wood. ...:-;ackville. X.R. 
.. .James O'Brien.. .. .. . }Iontreal 
.. Joseph O. \ïlJenell\'e, 
Iontreal 
U William 0\\ ens. . . . . . . )Iontreal 
U .James Co'\: Aikins.. '" Toronto 
.. Geo. B. Baker. Sweelsbul",.:', t,!ue. 
.. )Ii('hael Adams. Newcastle.X.B. 
Da' irl 
Iac!..een, Little Glace 
[na
, :-J.S. 
.. Hir .John ('3rlin!('. . . . . . . London 
.. Thomas Temple. .. . Frerlericton 
.. Sir oli\ er )10\\ at. . . . . . . Ottawa 
.. Louis J. For
et... .... Montreal 
.. François p'éC'hard. St. John:>,I,J. 
" Alfrpd A.Thibaudea.u, )Iontreal 


[PlaC!' and date.] 
7 


ADDRF88.-To the Honourable the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament as!;emhled. 
The Pptition of- 
That, &c. 
[97 ] 


Humbly sheweth. 



98 


DO:\Il
IO
 OF CANADA. 


[1897 


HOUSE OF COl\Il\fONS, CANADA, 


EIGHTH PARLIAMENT. 


Hon. J. D. EDGAR, Speaker. JOII
 GEORGE BOliR'SOT, ESQ., C.M.G., I.I..D., D.C.L., D.L., Clerk of the House. 

lell1lJer's Sessional Allowance, $1,000. 


EXPLANATION OP ABBREVJATIO
8.- -Con., Conservative; Lib., Liheral; Ind., Independent; Pat., Patron. 
NOTR.-The political party is g"iven according to the best information obtainable. If there should be any 
errors the Editor will be glad to correct them on advice. The population given is from the census of 1891. 


CONSTITl'F:NCY. 


Addin,gton . . . 24,151 
Albert. . . . . . . . . . 10,9ïI 
.Alberta. ....... 25,2ï7 
Alg01na . . . . . . . . 41,856 
AnnapoliR. . . . . . 19,350 
Antil10nish ..... 16,114 
A r.qenteuil .. . 15,158 
.A Rsmibuia Hast. 20,482 
Assinibuia If est. 9,890 
Bagot......... _ 21,<:95 
Beauce . . . . . . . . . 37 .).N 
Beauharnois. . .. 16:662 
BeliechaRse . . . . . 18,368 
Berthi.er. . . . . . .. 19,836 
Bonaventure. . . 20,835 
Bothwell. . . . 25,593 
Brandon...... _. 
Brant, S. Riding 23,359 
Brockville . . . . . . 15,853 
Brome. . . . . . . . . . 14,709 
Br'I.tCC, E. Riding 21,355 
Br'I.tCC, N. Riding 22,530 
Bruce, W.Riding 2O,71S 
Bur1.ard........ ..... 


Cape Breton.... 34,244 
Cardu'ell . . _ . . . . 15,382 
Carleton (N.B.). 22,529 


Carleton (0.).. -. 
Chambly &; } 
V ercl
i> res. . . 
C ltam l,[ain . . . . . 
Charlev"ix. . . . . . 
Charlotte. .. . . . _ 
Chatetluguay .. . 
Chicoutimi &; ) 
Sa!luenay .. f 
Colchester . _ . . 
Comþton . . . . _ . . , 
Cornwall and t 
Stormont. .. J I 
Oumberlrmd . . . . 
Digby .. _ .. ." .. 
Dorchester. . . . . . 
Drummond &; } 
A rthabaska. 
Dundas. . . . . . .. 
Durham, E. R.. 
Durh"tn, W. R. . 


Elgin, E. R..... 
Elgin, W. fl. .. .. 
Essex, N. R.._.. 
ERsex, S. R.. _ . . 
Frontenac. . . . . . 
Gaspe: __ . .. _ 


popu- 
LATIOS 
1891. 


I\'.\)IR OF MEYRER. 


John W. Bell. _ ...... . Crill. 
William J. Lewis.. ...lnd. 
Frank Oliver......... Lib. 
Albert E. Dyment.. .Lib. 
J. B. :\lilIs .. __.. ,. ..Con. 
Colin F. 
lcIsaac _ Lib. 
Thomas Christie.. . . _ Lib. 
J. M. Douglas. .'_." _ Pat. 
N.F. Davin..... ..Con. 
Flavien Dupont... . . Con. 
Joseph Godbout. .. .. Lib. 
J. G. H. Bergeron. .Cun. 
O. E. Talbot...... _.. Lib. 
Clëophas Beau><oleiL .. Ub. 
Wm. Le B. Fau\-el. . Lib. 
James Clancy... .... .Crm. 
Rohert Henry.. ., . .. Con. 
lion. John F Wood. Con. 
Hon. S. A. Fisher... .Lib. 
HenQ' Cargill. . . . . . . Con. 
Alex. :\IeNeill. .Con. 
John Tolmie ... _ . Pat. 
Geo. R. MaxwelL. ... Lib. 
{ II. F. McDougall....Con. 
Sir C. Tupper, Bart. Con. 
William St.uhbs..... . Ind. 
Frederic H. Hale . . . . Con. 


21,746 I Wm. T. Hodgins.. - Con. 
11,704 lion. C. A. Geoffrion.Lib. 
29,267 F. A. Marcotte... . . . . Con. 
19,038 L. C. 
. Angers _ . .. .. Lib. 
23,752 Gilbert W. Ganong-.. . Con. 
13,864 J. P. Brown.... ./.il). 
38,281 Paul '.. Sa,\-arct _ . . _. .. Lib. 
27,160 Wilhert D. Dimock.. Con. 
22,779 R. H. Pope.. . Con. 
27,156 Darby Bergin...... _Con. 
34,529 Hance .J. Logan. , _ Lib. 
HI, 897 A. J. So Copp " .. ... Lib. 
19,017 Jean B. 
Iorin... . _ . _ Con. 
43,923 Joseph Lavergne_. _ Lib. 


I'. O. ADDREsS. 


Desmond, 0... . .. 
Hillsborough, N . B 
Edmonton,N. W.T 
Thessalon, 0..... 
Annapolis, N.S... 
Antigonish, N_S.. 
LaC'hute, Q. _'. _ . 
Dong-ola, N.W.T. 
Regina, N.W.T... 
St. LilJoire, Q.... 
St. François,ll., Q. 
St. Clements, Q. . 
SnL BellechasseQ 
Montreal, Q.... _. 
l--'aspelJiac, Q. . _ . . 
Wallaceburgh, O. 


Brantford, O. . _ . . 
Brock, ille, 0.... 
Ottawa, 0.... 
Cargill, O. . . . . . . . 
\\'iarton, 0.. .. 
Kincardine, 0.... 
VanCOll\er, B.C.. 
Christmas I., N.S. 
Otta" a, 0.. . 
Caledon, O. 
W ood,;tock: N. B. . 
lIazeldean, O. _ 


Montreal, Q. . . . . . 
St.AnnedelaP.,Q 
Murray Bay, Q... 
St. Stephen, N. B. 
St.Chr.rsostôOle Q 
Chieoutimi, Q.. . . 
Truro, N.S. __ . _. 
Cookshire, Q., ., 
Cornwall, 0.. .. .. 
Amher
t, N.S.... 
Higb, , N.S _ 
St. IJenedine, (l.. 
Arthaba'ika\-ille Q 


Andrew Broder.. . . Cun. 1tIorrishurg, 0.... 
Thomas D. Craig. . . . Con. Port Hope, O. . .. 
Robert Beith . . . . . _ Lib. Bowmanville, O. . 
A. B. Ingram. . Can. St. Thoma.s, 0... 
GeorKe E. Casey. . Lib. Fingal, 0.... _." 
Wm. :\lcGregor.. _. . . T.ib. Windsor, 0.. .. .. 
1'IIahion K. Cowan. . . .l.jh. Windsor, 0.. _ _ 
David D. ROg'ers. _ _. ./'ut. Kimrston, 0... _ _ . 
H.odolphe Lemieux. . . Lil.. lIIontreal, Q. . . . _ _ 


20,132 
17,053 
15,374 


26,724 
23,925 
31,523 
24,022 
13,445 
26.875 


NO. OF 
VOTES 
REC'V'D 



E 


 


 
:1;:1; 


NAME OF DE."EATED CAN- 
DIIJATF. ASD 11"0. OF VOTEd 
R.;CEI\'ED. 


2,5S7 
1,170 
3,647 
3,176 
2,012 
1,341 
1,125 
3,556 
1 ,50:! 
Acc!. 
3,003 
1.58:! 
1,537 
Acc1. 
1,644 
2,587 
2,538 
1,781 
1,677 
2,048 
1,702 
2,110 
1,512 
3,430 
3,630 
18"5 
2:007 


G. W. ". Dawson. 2,500 
H.. C. Weldon...... 928 
fT. B. H. Cochrane 2,863 
I S. .1. Clarke.. ., . 71 
G. II. l'Ilacdonell... 1,349 
J. W. Long-ley.. 1,815 
J. A. Chi
holm.... 1,224 
II. Ahhott _.. _ . _.. 1,050 
W. W. McDonald.. 2,502 
J. l\:. Mcinnis.. .. 1,502 


87 
242 
784 


1827 
197 
117 

5 
1054 
1 


George Coultier. .. 2,576 
Hon. J. L Tarte_.. 1.534 
J. L. Ho)' 1,227 
G. P. Roy.. __.. l,3:n 
lion. David :\1 ills .. 2,528 


42/ 
48 
31() 
3J3 
59- 


Hon. W. Paterson. 2,447 
f J. Cumming'...... 1,549 
l W. J. Cluff.. 148 
G. G. Foster.. 1,344 
James Toltoll.. 1,881 
{ H. A, Bonner. __ 1,671 
H. T_ Potts....... 991 
P. H. MeKenzie. .. 1,622 
(C. H. Cowan..... 1.214 
", W. .1. Brown.... 420 
.Ios. McPherson. ., 2,328 
A. O. l{endall... . .. 2,813 
W. L. Walsh... 1,441 
N. R. Colter _ _ 2,261 
{ T. Butlf'r _ _ _ 50 
J. 
lcKe!la
. " ... 1,128 
.J. S. HemrIchs... 299 
lIon. L_ O. T:lillon. 2,117 
P. Trurlel. . . _ . .. 2,O:
5 
Simon Cimon .. 1,313 
A. H. Gillmor..... 1,981 
S. Laca\.alier...... 894 
J.. G. Belley.... _ _. 1,;l73 
F. McClure_....... 2,306 
F. F. Willard 1,475 
J. G. Snetsing-f'r... 1,456 
Hon. A. R. Dickey 3,307 
J. E. .1 olles. .... __ 1,591 
C. Eo \'aillancourt. 1,150 
E. lIesey.. _... _ _ 1,128 
r Adam .10hnson _ 1,870 
1 J. P. Fox..... 494 
Wm. MC'Lean . L,598 
{ D. F. Walsh.. _... 1,406 
C. J. Thornton... 428 
f Dr. Wilson.. , .. 2,684 
1 J. P. 
Iartin...... 492 
A. McKillop....... 1,859 
{ H. R. Odette. _ _ .. 2,038 
D. W. Mason _ _ _ 605 
S. A. King. .. . 2,244 


91 
232 


3
3 
lti7 
:31 
4E8 
298 

g 
384 
4lJ6- 
209 


1,337 


2,511 
2,411 
1,40:
 
2,453 
1,5H4 
3,059 
2,483 
1,948 
1,838 
3,462 
1,636 
1,480 
1,593 


394 
376 
90 
472 
'jOO 
1086 


Ii / 
473 
32. 


H;' 
4.- 
3:
() 
465 
62 


1,!)32 
1,767 
1,458 
2,862 
2,585 
2,511 
2,426 
Accl. 
1,658 


]f;9 
5:?" 


1'iS 


726 
473 


182 


Dr. Ennis.. . . _. _ _. J,Ii16 


4
 



1897] 


OON8TITURYCY. 


Glengarry. . . . . . 
Gloucester. . . . . . 
Grenville., S. R.. 
Grey, E. RidÙt.q. 
Grey, .N. Riding. 
Grey, S. Riding_ 
Guysborough.. . . 
Raldimand ) 
and A-Iollck.. J 
Halifax.. ...... 
HaltoM....... .. 


Hamilüm 


Hants. ......... 
Hastin!]s, E. R.. 
II astin!]B, N. it . 
H astÌl&!lIJ, W. R. . 
Hochelaga..... . 
Huntingdon.. .. 
Hu)'on, E. R.... 
Huron, 8. R.... 
Buron, W.E.__. 
Inverness.... .. 
J acqltes-Cartier. 
J oliette . . . .. . . .. 
Kal/wura.
ka .,. 
Keut (N.B.)..... 
KeItt (0.)....... 
Kin'''B (N.B.)... 
Kin.q's (N.S.)... 
Kin!lll(P.E.I.). . 
Kingh'fln..... .. 
Labelle........ . 
Lambwn, E. R.. 


Lambton, W. R.. 23,446 


Lanark, N. R. . . 
Lanark, S. ll... 
Lapr"irie and } 
Nn,pierville. 
L' A SilO mption. .. 
La/.al....._.... 
Leeds &: GI'en-) 
viile, .N. R.. f 
Leeds, S. Riding. 
Lennox........ . 
Lévi.. . .. . . .. .. . . 
Lincoln and ) 
Niagara.. .. f 
Li.s.,ar.. _. .. . . n. 
L'Islet. . .. . _ . . . . 
London ., 
Lotbinière. . . . .. 
LunenbltT!! .... 

I acdonald . . . . . 
.61 aiBlmneuve . . . 
MarqU/'tte...... 36,069 
M askinongt .. .. 17,ö29 
.6IMantic....... 22,2:
3 
MiddleiJex, E. R. 25.569 
.!liddlp,
ex, N. R. HI,()90 
.!liddkHex, S. R. 18,8nö 
Middlesex, W. R. 17,288 
.!IÍlHÌilquoi. ..... 18,M9 
Montcalm...... 12,131 
Monfma"nll .... 14,726 
Mont1lWren
/... 12,3m 
Montreal,S.."4 'ne 28,122 


DOMDlîON OF CANADA, 


popu- 
LATJOY 
1891. 


NAME OF ME\IBER. 


P. O. ADDRESS. 


22,447 
24,8P7 
12,929 
26,225 
26,341 
23,672 
17,195 
16,307 


R. R. McLennan..... Con. 
Théotime Blanchard. Con. 
John D. Reid...... . Con. 
Tho!!. 
. Sproule. _. ..Con. 
Hon. Wm. Paterson.. Lib. 
Geo. Landerkin . . . . . . Lib. 
D. C. Fraser. . Lib. 
1I0n.W. H.!\IontagneCon. 
, Rohert. L. Gorden. . Con. 
) Benjamin Russell. ..Lib. 
D. Henderson. .. Con. 


Alexandria, O. . .. 
Caraquet, N.B... 
Cardinal, 0...... 
!\Iarkdale, 0... 
Ottawa, O. ...... 
Hanover, 0...... 
:\ewGlasgow,N.S. 
Dunnville, O. '" 
} Halifax, N.S.... 
Acton, O. 


71,358 
21,982 


47,245 


fT. H. MacPherson.. Lib. } H It 0 
l A d ' r \, . d L b ami on, . . . . 
n rew. 00. .. i. 


22,052 
18,050 
i
:


 
80,998 
14,385 
18,968 
1\),184 


Allen Haley.........Lib. Winrlsor, N.S.... 
Jeremiah M. Hurley.Lib. Belle\'illt-, 0..... 
A. \V. Carscallen.... Con. 
IarJnora, 0.. . . . . 
Henry Corby. . . . . Con. Belle\.ille, 0..... 
J. A. C. Madore. Dib. )lontreal, Q.. . ... 
Julins Scri\.er....... Lih. Hemlllin
ford, Q. 
Peter !Iacdonald.... Lib. Wingham, O. 
John Mc
li1lan. Lib. Constance. 0"... 
M. C. Cameron...... Lib. GOlierich, 0..... 


25,779 
13,832 
2') 9';1 
2Õ:454 
23,845 
31,434 
23,087 
22,489 
26,633 
19,263 


Angus 
lcLennan....Lib. Marg-aree, N.S... 
Frederick D. 
Ionk.. Con. 
Iontreal, Q.. . " . _ 
Charles Basinet ..". .I,ib. KJeande;\latha4. 
Henn G. Canoll .. .. lAb. Qnebec, Q.. .. ... 
Geo. V. McInerney. .Con. Richibucto, N.B. 
Arch. CampbelL.:... Lib. Toronto Junc.,O. 
James Domville..... Lib. Rothsay, N.B.... 
Hon. F. W. Borden.. Lib. Ottawa, 0....... 
A. C. 
laedonald... .Con. )Iontag-ue B, PEl 
Byron 
L Gritton... .I,ib. Kingston, 0..... 
J.H. N. Bourassa_...Lib. Papineauville, Q. 
J()hn Fraser. .Lib. Petrolea, 0...... 
J. F. Lister....... .Lib. t!arnia, 0........ 


24,269 


19,260 
19,862 
10,9110 
13,674 
9,436 
13,521 


Bennett Rosamond. . Con. Almonte, O. . ,. . . 
lIon. J. G. Haggart. .Con. Ottawa, 0.. 
Dominique 
Ionet ... Lib. St. Rpmi, Q. 
Joseph Gauthier.... .Lib. Laurentides, Q. 
Thomas Fortin.. . _.. Lih. Ste. Rose, Q..... 
Francis T. Frost..... Lib. Smith's Falls, 0.. 


22,449 


Georg-e Taylor. . . . . . . Con. Gananoque, O. . .. 
Uriah Wilson...... ..Con. Napanee, 0....._ 
Pierre.loi. Guay..... .Uh. Etchemin, Q..... 
Will. Gibson. _ . . . . . . . Lib. Beamsville, O. .. 
R. L. Richardson.... Ltb. Winnipeg, M... .. 
A. 
l. Dechene..... .Lib. V. des Aulnaies, Q 
Thomas Beattie... _ . Con. London, 0....... 
Côme I. Rinfret _ . . . .I,ib. Ste. Croix, Q.. . . . 
C. E. Kaulbach.. ., . . Con. Luneuburg-. N.S. . 
Nathaniel Boyd.... .Con. Carberr}.,!\1..... 
It. I'rdontaine...... Lil,. 
Iontreal, Q...... 
Wm. .J. Roche...... Con. )Iinnedosa, ,I... 
.Joseph H. Legris.. . Lib. Louise\ille, Q... 
George Turcot. .. Lib. S.J'ie, Somerset,4. 
James Gilmour.. .... Con. Dorchester, 0... 
Valentine Batz ..... Lib. Mount Carmel, O. 
)Ialeohn )IcGugan... I,ib. )It. Brydges, t}.. 
William S. Calvert.. .I,ib. Napier, 0... 
Daniel ß. Meigs..... I,ib. Farnham, Q. . . . .. 
Louis E. Dugas... .. Con. Montf'alm, 4...... 
P. A. Choquette.... .Lib. Montmagny, Q. 
Thomas C Ca..grain. Con. Quehec, Q....... 
)fichael J. F. Quinn.Con. }lontrcal, Q...... 


14 900 
25,995 
21,806 
22,133 
13,823 
22,28] 
20,688 
31,075 



O. OF 
VOTES 
REC',"D 


SA \IE OF DEFEATED CAN. 
DIDATE A"D NO. OF VOTES 
RECEIVED. 


2,486 
1,947 
1,39ï 
2,5ÜO 
2,840 
1,819 
1,533 
2,197 
6,170 
5,997 
2,4611 
3,797 
3,83; 


J. L. Wilson...... 1,752 
{ C. Turgeon.. . .. 1,140 
R. Young'........ 736 
John Carruthers... 1,290 
Jas. Bowes _ 2,(139 
.J. )lcLauchlan.. .. 2,416 
f Dr. Jamieson". .. 1,753 
l Wm. Allan....... I,Um 
E. Gregory.. ...... 1,455 
J A. A. Dads... . . " 1,484 
1 S. A. Beck.. . '" 728 
{ E. lieefe....... 5,482 
T. Kenny....... 5,616 
John Waldie...... 2,376 
f - BO\i_lIe........ 3.773 
- Barker........ 3,516 
l - B
lCh:;n
n ..... !128 
- \\ atkms. . . . . . . 806 
Alt. Putnam...... 1,803 
(W. R Northrup.. 1,285 
1 w. Bakonquil.... 908 
S. Harryot.. .. ... 1,735 
Thos. Ritl.hie...... 1,5m 
!-;. Lachapelle..... _ 1,621 
W.J.While...... 827 
E. L. Dickensou. 1,920 
Thos. E. Ha)"s.... 1,526 
, R. MI'Lean. _ . . .. 1,520 
-, Wm. Kilty....... 725 
{ 1)1'. C'amel"On. . . .. 1,532 
G. McKeen. 737 
A. Boyer.. . 2,216 
Dr. La,'alle . . . 1,453 
L. Taschereau. 1,403 
O. J. Lehlauc..... 1,514 
Will. Ball....... 3,158 
F. E. 
Iorton. l.bi-! 
Wm. C. ßill....... 1,781 
P. Mclnt.ne... " 1,924 
D. }lcIntyre. _ . 1,519 
R. Poulin. . . 1,706 
{ Geo. Monerieff... 2,]04 
J. A. Armstrong. 1,383 
{ A. C. I'ewar .. 1,208 
W. J. Hanna... .. 878 
I .1 as. Millar.... 1,481 
-I D. )IcElro'...... 2118 
John Ferj.,'1.I
on. 1,560 
C. Pelletier 1,458 
H. Jeannotte..... 1,216 
.F. J. Bisaillon 1,449 
J. R. La\"ell....... 1,423 
{ W. H. Frerlenburg 2,013 
S. Horton.. . . . . . . 
63 
{ E. B. Switzer.... 1,043 
C. Ste,'ens . . . . . _ 690 
Eo Gelley .. 1,963 
J. C. Rykert. 2,523 
R. Rogers .., 2,603 
J. A. Dionne...... l,03
 

.r \

ll.


 : : . . . i:
i: 
J. D. Sperr)< ...... 2,31ò 
J Dr. Rutherford.. 2,038 
I C_ Braithwaite.. _ 1,259 
Dr. BariL. . . . . . . .. 2 34'> 
f J. H. Ashdown... 1:466 
I J. A. 
larshalL 47i 
Dr. Colollmhe..... 1,094 
L. J. C. Freehette. 1,410 
John Oibson . . . . " 2,227 
W. II. Hutchins... 2,122 
HIIIIIp Elliott..... 1,295 
Dr. Roollle...... _. 1,938 
Dr. 
lack 1,471 
E. Lahelle . .. .. 
I07 
A. .J. Bender.. 901 
C. Langelier...... 1,046 
Jas. }lcShane..... 2,919 


1,838 
1,508 
2,478 
1,8:
6 
2,127 
1,54li 
2,079 
1,831 
1,837 
1,676 
2,329 
1,769 
1,414 
2,041 
3,315 
2,389 
2,252 
1,939 
1,671 
2,175 
2,144 
2,366 
1,757 
1,939 
1,734 
1,335 
1,541 
1,432 
2,501 
1,192 
2,271 
2,945 
2,657 
1,038 
2,325 
1,620 
2,403 
2,436 
3,912 
1,533 
1,384 
2.073 
2,651 
2,184 
2,035 
2.274 
1.687 
1,2(12 
I,U3 
1,096 
3,104 


9!J 


"'... 

!: 
"';1>: 

o 
"... 
I>J
 
,,::II 


ïM 
807 
107 
521 
424 
66 
78 
718 
688 
381 
84 
291 
151 


35 
223 
743 
24f, 
506 
7m 
159 
305 
317 
144 


113 
316 
11 
52ï 
157 
515 
471 
16 
152 
469 
40 
115S 


27(; 


379 
276 
11
1 
92 
9 
4-88 
14\) 
308 
422 
54 
6 
41 
4()(. 
85 
:W8 


1570 
(i7 


2HO 
663 
424 
62 
740 
341 
210 
295 
242 
5(1 
185 



100 


DO:M:I
IOX OF CANADA. 


[1897 


I ,00 ÞOO 
POI'U NO. OF SAME OF DEFF.ATED CAN- ø: Eo- 
CONS'rITUENCY. LATIO
 NAMK OF MEMBER. P. O. ADDRESS. "OTES DlDATE AND NO. OF \'OTES 
 
 
1891. REC',"D RECEIVED. I': -< 
;:11;:0 
------------------ 


Afontreal, -".Ant 92,OO
 
Montreal, S. Jux 6:/,510 
J[ ontreal, Sf. I; e 
.ft[ ontreal, S. ]l1'!1 
]I[uskoka . . . . . . - 2ö,515 
NewWestminst"r 4. J 'Nfl 

Vicol('t... .. .... 2;;:735 
.Vipi,"sing . ..... 
Norfolk, N. R.. 19,400 
.Norfolk, S. R... 17,780 
Norfhumberl'd } 25,713 
(N.B.).. .... 
Northwnberl'd } 21,995 
(0.), E. R... 
Northwnberl'd } 
(0.), W. R.. 14,!H7 
Ontnrio, N. R... 21,385 
Ontario, S. R... 18,3ïI 
Ontario, W. R.. 18,792 
Ottawa City. . .. H,H4 


Oxford, N. R... 26,131 
Oxford, S. R. . .. 2'
.421 
Peel. . .. . . . . . .. . 15,466 
Perth, N. R..... 26,907 
Perth, S. R..... 19,400 
Peterboro', E. R. 21,919 
PeterboTo'. W. R. 15,808 


I 
Pictou. . . . . . . . .. 


Pontiac. . . . . . .. 
Po rtnenf . . . .. .. 
Prescott. 


Prince, E(PEl) 
princ!', W(PHI) 


Prince Edward. 
Proæncher. . . . . 
Quebec Centre.. 
f.}uebf'c East. - . . 
Quebec Wext.. -. 
Qnebec COlwty. . 
Qneen's E (PHI) 
Queen's W(PEI) 
Renfrew, N. R. . 
Renfrew. S. R.. 
RB;/tilJ oltch - . . . .. 
Richelieu. . . . . . . 
Richmond U
.S.) 
Ri
hmond &; } 
Wolfe (Q.).. 
RÜnuu,
ki 
ROllville . . . . . . . . 
Russell. . . . . .. . . 
St. /Iyacinthf'.. 
St. .Tohn(N. R.) } 
City.. . . 
St. John(N.R) ) 
City and Co. 
St. John and ì 
Iberville . . .. ,. 
StlskatcheWiln .. 
Selkirk . 
Shl'{f(JTd.. .. ,... 
Shelbltrnl' mul' 
Qlteen'R _... j 
Sherbrooke. . . 
Simco!', E. R...., 
Simcoe, N. R.... 
Simcoe, S. R.... 


Thomas G. Roddick..Con. Montreal, I.l.. ., .. 
Odilon Desmarais.. . .Lib. Montreal, 4... 
Ed ward G. Penny.. .. Lib. 
Iontreal, tl.. . . . . 
H
rcule Dupré .. .. .. Lib. Mont,real, tl.. " .. 
r.eorge 
IcCormick. . Con. Orillia, 0.. .. .,. 
Aula, Morrison. ....Lib. 
.Westminst'rBC 
Fabien Bois\ ert. . . . . Con. Xir'olet, Q.... 
James B. Klock..... Con. hlock's Mills, 0.. 
John Charlton. . . . . . . lAb. Lynedoch, O. . . . . 
HOll. Da\'id Tisdale .Con. 
imcoe, 0....... 
James Robinson... .. Con. 
IilIerton, N. B. . . 
Ed"arcl Cor'hrane.. .Con. Erhille, 0..... .,. 


Ueorge Guillet.. ... .Con. 
J. A. 
IcGillivray.. .. Con. 
Leonard Burnett... . . Lib. 
Hon. James D. Edgar. Lib. 
(Nap. A. Belcourt. . Lih. 
I William Hutchison..Lib. 
James Sutherland.. .Lib. 
f Hon. Sir Uichard Cart- 
I wright, K.C.:\I.G. .I,ib. 
J. Featherston. . . . . . . Lib. 
A. F. MacLaren. .. . . Con. 
Dilman K. Erh ...... Lib. 


John I,ang .. ., ..... .Lib. 
James Kemlry ..... .Con. 


COQourg, 0.. ... 
Uxbridge. 0.. 
GI'eenhank, 0.. .. 
Toronto, 0.. , 
Ottawa, 0... , . . . 
Ottawa, 0.. 


Woodstock, 0.. .. 
} Ottawa, O. 
Streetsdlle, 0.. . . 
Stratford, 0..... 
Seabringville, 0.. 


.Jerm.\ n, 0.. . . . . . 
Peterborough, O. 


34,541 
22,084 
25,813 
24,173 


{ Hon. 
ir C. H. Tupper, 
li:.C.
I.G........ ./'on. Ha1ifa..., N. S .. .. 
Adam C. Bell..... .Con. NewGlasg-ow,N.S. 
'V. J. Poupore..... .Con. Morrisburg., 0... 
_ i f HO I 
' .Sir H I : J C o
.\ I ' G de L L<:> b t- I ' Ottawa, 0...... 
II rII ere, \.. ..'. ., t. 
Isidore Proulx. . . . . . . Lib. Plantagenet, O. . . 
John Yeo...... . Lib. Port Hill, P.E.I.. 
Ed\\ar(lllackett.. .Con. Tig-nish, r.E.I. 


William Y. Pettet... ['at. West Lake, 0 -. .. 
A. A. C. LaRi vière . . Con. St. Honifacp, M.. 
F. Lang-elier..... . Ub. 4nebec, Q....... 
Hon. W. Laurier..... Lib. Ottawa, O. 
Hon. R. R. Dobell. .Lib. Quebec, 4,. 
Hon. C. Fitzpatrick. . Lib. Otta,,'a, ().. . . . . . 
Ale.... 
Iartin . . .. _. . Con. "aUeyfield, P.I
. I I 
Hon. L. II. Davies . Lib. Ottawa, 0....... 
23,ù05 Thomas :\Iaf"kie.... ..Lib. Pembroke, 0..... 
23,971 John Ferg-uson. . ron. Admaston. 0... .. 
1>,308 ,John McAlister.. . .. Con. Camphellt'n, N.B. 
21,3.')4 A. A. Bruneau..... .I,ib. Sorel, Q.. . . .. . -.. 
14.399 J. A.Gillies.........Con. Sydney, N.S..... 
31,347 :\1. T. Stenson. . . . . . . Mb. \V otton, t
. . . . . 
33,430 J. B. R. Fiset _ _ . Lib. TIimollski, 4. ., 
16,m2 Louis P. Brodeur. . Lib. 
ll)ntreal, Q., 
31,6-13 Wm. C. Edwards... .L
b. Rockland, O. 
21,433 11\1. E. Bernier. .l
b. 1St. Hyacinthe, Q. 
24,184 John ". Ellis........LiIJ. St. John, 
.B.... 


18,1>89 
15,469 
17,649 
36,200 
9,241 
19,503 


'l5,3f.J0 
12,282 
11,150 
53,226 
2;
,263 


Jos. J. Tm'ker ..... .1'
b'l -;t. John, 
. B.. .. 
Hon. J. I. Tarte.....L,b. Ottawa, 0....... 


'i 'Â: 
[

;I

;
Ú .....::.ï.,;.;,: Winnipeg, M.... 
Chas. H. Parmaiee ., Lih. Waterloo, (l. .... 
Hon. W. So Fielding. Lib. Otta\\'a, () -0. 
lIon. Wm. B. h'es. . Con. Ottawa. O. d.... 
W.H. ßenllf'tt......Cmt. 
Iidland, 0...... 
Dalton McCarthy . .Ind. Toronto, O. . . . . . 
R. Tyrwhitt. . . . _ . COil. Bmdf, ,rd, O. . . . . . 


16,088 
35,801 
28,203 


20,b24 


3,077 
3,423 
3,632 
3,3H 
2,949 
1,758 
2,377 
2,477 
2,142 
2,383 
2,225 


173 
1369 
717 
1363 
258 


RoM. McKay.... ., 2,904 
L. A. Lavalle...... 2,054 
R. Wilson Smith... 2,!n5 
A. T. Lepine.. . 1,978 
{ w. H. Pratt...... l,!J91 
W. E. O'Brien.... 1,068 
- :\IcBricle........ 1,460 
J. H. Leduc .. 2,239 
.Tas. Conmee.. 1,513 
Wm. 
I('Gl1ire. . . .. 1,598 
Geo. Walker.. .. .. 2,110 
J HOIl. P. Mitchell.. 1,718 
I J. :\Iorrise.\.... titiO 
C. A. Mallory..... 
,OI3 
{
: 




:

)
l.... l,g
 
D. Graham. 2,327 
Wm. SlIIith....... 2,021 
\Y. ;\lcCormick 1,093 

. Champa
ne. ., .J 657 
II. Robinson...... 2:751 
w. MrYeity .J 100 
n. W. liarñ ....... ï:010 
T. H. :\Iayherry .,. 1,5!)7 
A. F. Camphell ... 1,425 
Jas. Grie,'e ....... 2,870 
"'111. Priclham 1,851 
J. Donald ........ 551 
J. Burnham 1,738 
R. HaU..... 1,166 
R. 
 ewman 6
2 


2m; 
138 
964 
Mol 
273 
507 


2,410 


3D7 
70 


1,200 
2,328 
2,165 
1,8;
2 
2,942 
3,22ï 


1 
144 
739 
191 
476 


1801 
750 
466 
46 
218 
615 
319 


2,811 
2,347 
1,891 
2 l HfI 
2:069 
2,3.')3 
1,485 


3,577 
3,503 
1,!)S4 
2,086 
1,334 
1,016 
1,593 


228 
1M 
643 
36 
338 
117 
45 


,J. W. Carmichael. 3,337 
E. 
L 
Ic lIonald. .' 3,3-l!) 
Dr. Uaboury 1,341 
L. H. Stafford.... 2,050 
D. Sahourin Hot 
H. .J. Cloran...... !)9ti 
U. Hunt .....-.....1,799 
!';. F. Pel'r
 1,548 
Ja'i. yeo.......... 321 
W. Rou!t.P)' _' 1,967 
G. Walton.... _ . 810 
lIon. A. R. AUg"us. 1,150 
C. Leclerc........ l,on 
T. 
IcGreev\'. .... 826 
.J. J. Fremònt 1,058' 
Wm. Welsh...... 1,821 
Dr. Jenkins.. .... 1,6fil 
Hon. P. White . 1,837 
R. A. Jamieson. .. 1,424 
Georg-e Haddow 750 
Hon. -A. l)esjardins 1,475' 
E. P. Flynn.... 1,056 
C. C. Cle\ cIancI .. 2,M4 
L. T'lC'hi> 2,17ï 
J. A. Fournier.... 870 
E. H. Hurtubise 1,;
8(1 
G. ,J. Wilson 1,09:
 


221 
666 
319 
2191 
231 
924 
354 
334 
63 
422 
44 
I:J4 
22 
238 
266 
970 
1603 


2,lIsS 
1,4,ü 
1,469 
3,202 
l,UfiÏ 
1,98'l 
2,175 
1,!)8fi 
1,900 
1,846 
794 
1,609 
1,078 
2,782 
2,443 
l,8-l0 
2,!)S:J 
Acc!. 
:
,249 


722 


J. A. Chesley 2,527 
W. Pugsley:.. 1,427 
.J. D. Hazen a,7
3 
.J. 
JpLaug'hlin .. .. 1,49;, 


191 


3,!)24 
Acc!. 


1,713 
2,191 
Accl. 
1.478 
2,775 
2,517 


H. .\rmstrong 1.712 
P. .J. S. Pelletier.. 1,726 


1 
465 


2,146 


Henn' .\vlmer . 1 oJ'}l 
H. H: Còok . . .. . . 2:;;29 
n. Anderson, 1,197 
E. Ht,ewart. 1,410 
H. Lennox.. ., 875 
T. W. Lennox ... _ 1,6;,0 


25ï 
246 
llIJ7 
496 



1
97] 


! POPf'- 
COSSTITUENCY. LATJOX 
1891. 


SoulangeH _ 
Stanste((d . . . 
Sunbury and } 
Queen's .., 
Ttimiscouata. . . . 
Terrebonne. . . . . 
Three Rivers.{' , 
St. Jla/trice. f 
TorontoCentre. . 
Toronto East . 
Toronto West.. . 
Two .Mountains. 
Vancouver.... . 


V,ludreuil..,.. . 
Victm"Í(t(B C.).. 
Victoria (N.B.). 
Victoria(N.S.). . 
Victoria(O.)N.R. 
V':dnria(O.)S.R. 
Waterloo, N. R.. 
Waterlúo, S. R.. 
Welland....... , 
Wellingt(>n, C.R. 


Wellington,N.R. 
WellÍtlgton, S. R. 
Wel!.tworthand 
Brant, N.R.., 
We11tworth, S.R. 
Westmoreland . . 
Winnipeg. . , , . . 
Wrfght.....,.. . 
Yale &; Cariboo. 


Yamaska "..._ 


}rarmouth... , ., 22,2J6 
I'ork (N.B., ,. ,. 30,979 
York (0.), E. R. 35,148 
York (0.), N. R. 20,284 
York (0.), W. R. 41,857 


D01n:NIO
 OF CANA.DA. 


SA"E OF MF:MBt:R. 


P. O. ADDRESS. 


1,296 
1,551 
1,647 
1,8H-1 
1,0-19 
1,715 

:
;
 
2,5-1:\ 
2,70.5 
1 1 ,916 


101 


NO. OF 
VOTES 
R1<:C'V'D 


a.>:.. 
-ø: 
 

ø: 
I'Qc 
"... 
1>'< 
"2 


9,608 
18,067 


A. Bourbonnais...... Lib. Coteau Land'
, (
. 
A. H. ;\Ioore . . . . . . . . COlt. }Iagog, Q,. . . . , . . . 
Hon. A. G. Blair Lib. Ottawa, O. 
{ RivièreduL'uP } 
. Lib. (en bal<), Q.. 
L. .\. Chauvin.. .. . .Con. Montreal, Q,..., .. 
f Hon. Sir .\dolphe Caron, '- Ottawa 
l K.C.}I.G. .......con. I ' . .......-. 
William Lount.. . Lib. Toronto, O. . 
J. Ross I{obert<;on. . . J nd. Toronto, O. , . . . . . 
J K F. Clal'ke .. .... . Con, Toronto, 0... ,... 
IE. ROsier ........Con. Toronto, 0.. .... 
J. A. C. Ethier... .. Lib. St. Scholastique (l 
W. w, B. }Iclnnes. . Lib. Nanaimo, RC... 


XA"E 01<' DEFEATED CAN- 
J>ID\TJ<; ASD SO. OF VOTF:8 
RJ<;CJ<;'VJ<;D. 


1,054 
2,018 
2,310 


E. Lanthiel....... 
'1'. B. Rider. 
H.. D. Wilmot. 


1!J3 
435 
62-1 


25,698 
23,128 
8,83-1 
26,632 
43,565 
73,826 
15,027 
18,22H 


C. E. Pouliot. 


861 
1,583 , 
1,6:0 


2,171 
1. 862 
1,691 
2,394 
4,631 
5,147 
5,3711 
1 e)o]7 
I:Ü
Ú 


P. K Grandbois. 1,604 
P. F. E. Pettet.. " 1,73-1 
Dr. Fiset..... 1,422 
l
. H.. R. Cockburn 2,15-1 
E. Coatsworth, jr.. 3,015 
W. T. l{. Preston. 4,73-1 
A. T. Hunter.. . .. 4,22f> 
.1. (:ïrouar(1. 1,210 
A. Haslam.. 823 
- H1tgg-art ... _ M7 
- 
e"uiu 801 
Dr. }fïlne 1,335 
W. Templeman.. .. 1,452 
F. Leforest........ 1,318 
S. C. Campbell. . . . 877 
R. J. McLaughlin. 1,464 
.\. Vrooman.. .. .. 1,989 
E. W. B. Snider. .. 2,3!17 I 
G. A. Clare.. 2,-15-1 I 
J. A. Lowell....... 2,536 
Dr. Lewis......... 1,295 I 
- Groves. ., . . . . . . 752 
- Gordon ........ 599 
L. H. Clark....... 2,550 I 
J. McInnes ....... 2,4-10. 


162 
13S 


10,792 
18,538 
IB.;!17 
1
,132 
16,8-19 
20,2-15 
25,325 
25,139 
25,132 
23,387 


II. S. Harwood.,. .. Lib, Vaudreuil, Q..... 
J Thomas Earle..... . Con. YiC'tOl'ia, B.C.. 
l lion. E. G. Prior. _ . . Con. Victoria, B.C.. 
Hon. JohnCostig-an. . Con. Ottawa, O. ...... 
.John L. Bethune.. ..Con. Harldeck, N.S..,. 
Samuel Hug-hes.,.. .Con. Lindsay, 0.. 
George MC'Hug-h .., _ Mb. Lindsa), O. 
Joseph E. Seagram. . Con . Waterloo, O. . . . . . 
.J.lmes Livingston.... Lib. Baden, 0........ 
Wm. }IeCleary..... .Cun. Thorold, O. 
Andrew Semple_ Lib. Fergus, O. 


5G7 
128 
269 
240 
16lü 
636 
413 
17 
19. 


495 
216 
195 
546 
172 
251 
62 
3119 
::;!) 
169 
621 


2,712 
2,578 
1,824 
2,673 
3,4-12 
2,961 
2,975 
1,82-1 
1,342 
1,6411 
3,306 
3,007 
2,712 
5,018 


C. A. 
Iuma... . 703 
A. H. Pettit. . .. 2,486 
G. W. Robinsoll. 3,427 
Joseph }Iartin . 2,835 
- McDougall..... 2,593 
J. A. 
Iara........ 1,-179 


1121 
18. 
15 
126 
3E2 


345 


24,956 
24,373 
H,591 
16,770 
41,477 
25,639 


J,nnes }1c:\Iullen... .Lib. :\Iount Forest, 0.. 
Christian Kloepfer.. Con. Guelph, O. 
.Iames Somerville. . .. Lib. Dundas, O. 
Thomas Bain. . . . . . . . Lib. Dundas, O. . . . . . . 
Henrv A. PO\\ell....Con. Sackdlle,N.R.. 
HOIl. H.J.Maedonald.Con. Winnipeg,:\I..... 
Charles R. De\'lin.... Lib. Aylmer, I.ì. . . . . .. 
lIe\\itt Bostock.. .. .Lib. }lonteCreekl{'ch, 
Ducks, B.C... 
H.. :\1. S. }ligneault.. .Lib. St. :\liehel d'Yam- 
ask-I, Q. . ... .. 
Thomas H. Flint... " Lib. Yarmouth, :'oJ.S.. 
Hon. G. K Foster...C01l. / Ottawa, 0... 
Wm. 1<'. }Iaclean .. ,. Con. Toronto, 0... .. 
Hon, Wm. Mulock. .. Lih. Ottawa, 0....... 
N. Clarke Wallace. . Con. W oodbridg-e, O. . . 


F. ,'anasse.. .. . 1,:-124 
J. Bingay 1,196 
E. H, Allen. _..... 1,764 
H. R. Frankland.. 3,904 
F. W. Strang-e ,... 2,03G 
S. Platt. .. 745 
J. Brown . . . . . . . . . 950 


lIS 
4H 
154
 
3 
(j7G 
4{)(j8 


13,G61 
16,058 


ALPHABETICAL LIST 


OF THE 


l\IE)IBERS OF THE HOUSE OF CU
Il\IO:KS. 


0., Ontario; Q., Quehec; N.S., ::'<Jo\"a SC'otia; N.R, New Brum;\\ick; B.C., British Columbia; P.E.I., Prince 
EiI"ard Island; 
I., }Ianitoha; ::'<J.W.T., North-West Territories. 



.. OF ....
. I W
"""FSev. 
Angers, LoUIs Charles A .'. CharlevOlx. 
Bai,!, Thomas.. . I We!1tworth, South RidinJ:'. 
Bazmet, Charles.... .. .. , . .. Johette. 
Beattie, Thomas. . _'. . . . . . . . London. 
Beausoleil, Cléophas....... ' Berthier. 
Beith, Robert.... .,.. ...... Durham, West Riding. 
Belcourt, Napoleon A. , .. .. Ottawa. 
Bell, John W........ . " Addinl{tnn. 
Bell, Ailam Carr. I Pictou. 
Bennett, ,Yon. II. . . Simcoe, East Riding. 
Bergeron, J. G. H.. Beauharnois. 
BerJ{in, Darb).... . . ., Cornwall and Stormont. 
Bernier, :\lichel E. St. Hmcinthe. 
Bethune,JohnL....... " Victoria (X.S.). 
Blair, Hon. Andrew George Sudlmn andQueens(X. B.) 
Blanchard, Théotime ., .. . Gloucester. 
Boisvert, Fabien.. . . .. .... Nir'olet. 
Borden, Hon. Frederick W.. King-'s (N.S.). 


NAME OF MEMBER. 


COXSTITlTEXCY. 


Borden, Robert L....,. .. 
Bostock, Hewitt. . . . . . . . . . . 
Bourassa, J. Henri N.. .... 
Bourhonnais, Au
u8tin .... 
Boyd, :'oJ athaniel. . .. .. . 
Britton, Byron Moffat...... 
Ikoder, Andrew. . . . . . 
Brodeur, LQuis P., . . . 
Brown, James P... . . . . . . . . 
Bruneau, Arthur A. . 
Burnett, I eonard.. ..,. .... 
('ah-ert, William SamueL. . 
Cameron, Malcolm Colin.. 
Campbell, Archibald. .. . 
Carg-ill, Henry.. '" . 
Caron, Hon. Hir Adolphe, 
K.C.M.G... . . .. .. . .. 
Carroll, Henry G. . . . . . . . . . . 


Halifax. 
Yale and Cariboo. 
LalJelle. 
Soulanges. 
Macdonald. 
Kingston. 
Dundas. 
Rom ille. 
Chateauguay. 
Richelieu. 
(Intnrio, South Riding-. 

liddlese", W. Riding. 
Huron, W. Riding. 
Kent (0.). 
.. Bruce, East Riding. 


Th ree Ri ver8 & St. :\lallrÌ<"e. 
Kamouraska. 



102 


YA"E OF MEMBER. 


CONSTITUENCY. 


DO.MI
IOX OF CANADA. 


YAME OF \lEMBER. 


[1897 


Carscallen, A. W... .. ., .. .. Hastings, North Rirling, 
Cartwright, Hon. Sir Rich. 
ard, K. C. 
I. G. . . . . . . . . . .. Oxford, Routh Rirling. 
Casey, George Elliott...... Elgin, West Riding. 
Casg-rnin, Thomas Chase.. .. )Iontmorenc\'. . 
Charlton, John.. .. .. .. .. !\orfolk, North IUding-. 
Cham in, L. A.......... .. Tel'reuonne. 
Choquette, Philippe A..... Montmagny. 
Christie, Thomas . . . . . . . . . . Argenteuil. 
Clancy, .James....... .. .... Bothwell. 
Clarke, Edwanl Frederick.. Toronto, West. 
Cochrane, Edward..... _. _. Northulllberl'd (0.), E. R. 
Copp, Albert J. S... ...... Digby_ 
Corby, Henry.... .. .. ...... Hastings, West Riding. 
Costigan. Hon. John....... Yictoria (N.B.). 
Cowan. Mahlon Ie......... Essex, South Hiding. 
Craig, i'homa.<; D.. ........ Durham, East Riding-. 
Davies, IIou. Louis Hem'v.. <lueen's, \\ est (P.E.!.). 
Davin, Nicholas F... . Assiniboia, West. 
Dechene, Anhur 
I.. .. L'Islet. 
()psmarais, Odilon. . . ... . . . . :\Iontreal, ::5t. James. 
Devlin, Charles R.... . Wl'ight. 
Dimock, Wilbert D.. ..... . . , Colchester. 
Hobell, Hon. Richard Reid. (luebec, West. 
Donn'ille, .James....... hin
(s (N. B.). 
Douglas, James Moffat A!isiniboia, East. 
Dugas, Louis E. ... "OIJtl"ahn. 
Dupont, Fla\Ïen. . Bagot. 
Dupré, II. .......... ..... \Iontreal,::5t. .nary's. 
Dyment, A. E........ <\.lgOll1a. 
Earle, Thomas. .. ..... \Ïctoria (RC.). 
Edgar, Hon. James D. ... Ontario, West Riding-. 
Edwards, Wm. C.. . . . . . .. . Russell. 
Ellis, John V......... .... St. John City (N.H.). 
Erb, DihH
n Kinse;\'. ... . . .. Perth, South Hiding. 
Ethier, .Joseph Arthur C... Two Mountains. 
Fauvel, Wm. Le l3outillier.. Bona\'pnture. 
Featherston, Joseph.. . , . Peel. 
l<'erg-uson, John.. .. ........ Uenfrew, South Riding-. 
I<'ielcling, Hon. W. S...... .. Shelburne&Queen's (
.S.) 
Fiset, J. 13. Romuald....... RimouskL 
Fisher, Hon. Sidney Arthur Hrome. 
Fitzpatrick, Hon. Charles.. Quehec (Countv). 
Flint, Thomas B...... \ armouth. . 
l<'ortin, Thoma.'i........ . Laval. 
Foster, Hon. George E..... York (N.R). 
Fraser, Duncan C.. .. '" .. Guyshoroug-h. 
Fraser, .John.. ..... .. . .. .. Lamhton, East Riding. 
Frost, Francis Theodore.. . . Leeds amI Grem ille. 
({anong, Gilhert W. ,...... Charlotte. 
Oauthier, Joseph. ... . ,. L' A"solllption. 
Geoffrion, Hon. C. A. Chamhh- and "ercheres. 
Gihson, Wm......... .. LÌJl<"oln' aurl Niagara. 
Gillies, ,Joseph A. .. Riehmoud (N.S.). 
Gilmour. James.. _. .. . .\Iicldlesex, Fast Riding. 
Godbout, Joseph.......... Beau('e. 
Gua.v, Pierre 1\1.. .......... ],évis. 
Guillpt, George........... Northumherl"d (0.), W. R. 
Hackett, Edward.... .... ., Prince, West (P.E. I.). 
Ha,!.,"g"art, Hou. John G. .... Lanark, South Riding. 
Hale, Frederick Harding. .. Carleton (N. R). 
Hale.\ , Allen.. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Hants. 
Harwood, Henry
. Yaudreuil. 
Henderson, David.. Halton. 
Henr.\', Hohert..... Brant, South Riding. 
Hodg-ins, Wm. T. ... Cal'leton (0.). 
Hughes, SamueL.......... Victoria (0.), N. Hiding. 
Hurley, Jeremiah 
I. .., . . .. Hasting-s, East Ri<I,ing. 
Hutchison, William........ Ottawa. 
lng-ram, Anrlrew B. . Elg-in, East Riding". 
h'es, Hon. Wm. B.. . . . . . . .. Sherbrooke. 
Jol.v de Lothini..re, lion. Sir 
Henri, ICC. M.G.... . .. 
Kaulbach, Charles E_... . ., 
Kendry, Jame!! .. .. .. .. .... 
Klock, James B............ 
Kloepfer, Christian. . . . . . . . 
Landerkin, George. . . . . . . .. 
Lang-, John.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 
Langelier, François........ 
LaRÌ\'ière, A. A. C......... 
Laurier. Hon. Wilfred...... 
Laverb'"Tle, Joseph. . . . . . . . 


Portneuf. 
Lunenhurg-. 
Peterhoro', West Riding. 
Nipissing-. 
Wellington, South Riding. 
Grev. South Riding-. 
peterboro', East Riding. 
(luehec, Centre. 
Pro\'en('her. 
Quehec, East. 
Urummoml & Arthabaska. 


Legris, Joseph H.... . 
Lemieux, Uodolphe.. . . .. . . 
Lewis, William J. . . ., . . .. . 
Lister, James F............ 
Livin,!ston. James. . . .. .. . . 
Logan, Hance .J . ., ........ 
Lount, William............ 
Macdonald, Augwstine C_.. 
Macdonald, Peter.. ".' .. 
Macdonald, Hon. Hugh John 
Macdonell, John Ale
andel'. 
Mackie, Thonltts... ........ 
:\laC'Laren, AlexalJ(lel' F.. .. 
Maclean, 'Vm. F........, .. 
MacPhersQn, Thomas H. . . . 
McAlister, ,John.. . . . . . . . . . . 
MC'Carthy, Dalton...... .... 
}rc-Cleary, William.. '" 
!\I<-Cormi<'k, George.... . . . . 

IcDougall, H. F. . . . . '. .... 
}lcGillivray, John Ale"\...... 
McGreg'or, Wm............ 
:\kGugan, Malcolm.. ..... 
Mcllugh. George. .... 






:

\'ï
ia
:
 \';.' n::::: 
Mcbaa
, Colin F. _ . 
:\IcLennan, It. R. .. . . . . . . . . 
:\IcLennan, Angus.......... 
:\lc:\li11an, John............ 
McUullen. James.......... 
McNeill, Al
xander .... .... 
:\Iadore, J. Alex Camille.... 

Iarcotte, François A... .. .. 
Martin, Alexander. .. . '. 
:\laxwel1, fJeorge Ritchie.... 
)Ieig-s, Daniel Rishop... . . . . 
.:\Iigneault, R. :\1. S......... 

lills, John B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Monet, Jlominique....... _. 
Monk, Frederi<'k D.... . 

Iontague, Hon. W. H. _". 

Ioore, Alvin Head.. . ...... 
:\IOIin, .Jeau ßaptiste....... 
Morrison, Aula). . . . 
Uulm'k, Hon. Wm. ....... 
Oli\er, Fmuk.... ... . ...... 
Osler, Edmund Bo) d. . . .. . 
Parmalee, ('harles Henr) . . . 
Paterson. Hon. Wm. ...... 
Penn.\, Erl\\ a' rl Goff... . . . 
Pettet, William Yame, .... 
Pope, Rufw; H. . . . . . . : .. " 
Pouliot, ChariI''' E. . .. .. 
Ponpore. William Jm,eph. . . 
Powell, H. A.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Prpfo.ntaine, Haymonf!..... 
I Prior, Ho,?, Edward G.. .. .. 
Prouh. ISlflore . . . . .. . 
Quinn, Michael J. F.. . . . . . . 
Ratz. Yalentine............ 
Reirl, .John D.. .. . ....... 
Richarrl"on. Rohert Lorne. . 
Rinfret, Come I. . . '. . . _ . 
Rohertson. .John Ross.. .. .. 
Robinson, .James.. . .. .. .... 
Roche, '''illiam .James...... 
Roddick, Thoma!! G. . . . . . . . 
Rogers. Da\ id ()il"kson..... 
Rosamond, Bennett.. 
Russell, Benjamin..... . .. " 
Sa\'am, Paul Vihnonrl.. . . . . 
Scriver, Julius. ... 
Seag-ram, JOf<eph E. . 
Semple, Andrew...,.... .. 
Somerville, .James.. . . . . . . . . 
Sproule. Thomas 8..... .. . 
Stenson. Michael Thomas. . . 
Rtuhhs. William . .. .. . . . . . 
Sutherland, James. ., .. .. '. 
Talhot, Onpsiphore Ernest.. 
Tarte, Hon. J. Israel.. ,. 
Taylor, George. . . .. . . . . . . . . 


CONST1TI1 ENCY. 


Maskinongé. 
Gaspé 
Albert. 
Lambton, West Riding. 
Waterloo, South Riding. 
Cum herland. 
Toronto, Centre 
King's (P.E.J.). 
Huron, East Riding. 
\'i innipeg-. 
Selkirk. . 
Renfrew, North Riding. 
Perth, North Riding'. 
York (0.), East Riding. 
Hamilton. 
Resti"mwhe 
Simc;;e, N. liiding. 
WeIland. 
Muskokaand Parry Sound. 
Cape Breton. 
Ontario
 North IUding. 
Esse"\., North Ridlllg". 

Iidctlesex, South Riding-. 
Victoria (0.), S. Riding. 
Kent (N.B.). 
"an('O\I\ el'. 
Antigonbh. 
Glengany. 
Inverness. 
Huron, South Riding. 
Wellington, North Riding. 
Bruce, Xorth Riding. 
Hochelaga. 
Champlain. 
(lneen's, East (P.E.I.). 
Hurrard. 
:\Iissisquoi. 
Yal11aska. 
Annapolis. 
Laprairie and Napierville. 
Jacques Cartier. 
Haldimand and Monck. 
Stansteãd. 
Dorchestel'. 
New Westmin!<ter. 
York (0.), North Riding. 
Alherta. 
Toronto, \\'e8t. 
Shefford. 
Grey, North Riding. 
Montreal, St. Lawrent'e. 
Pl'ince Edwar(l. 
Compton. 
Témi,,<,ouata. 
Pontiac. 
Westlllorelaud. 
Jlaisonneu\'e. 
\Ïctoria (B.C.). 
Prescott. 
Montreal, St. Ann's. 
MirlclIt:sex, Norlh Hiding. 
Grenville, South Riding". 
Li
fI"ar 
L
tì'Ì1;ière. 
Toronto, East. 
Nort.humberland (N.B.). 
l\lar<luette. 
Montreal, St. Antoine. 
Frontenac. 
I,anark, North Riding. 
Halifax. 
Chicoutimi and SaguenaJ. 
Hunting-don. 
Waterloo, North Riding. 
Wel1ington, Centre IUdinJ;!" 
Wentworth.N.and Hrant. 
Grey, East Riding-. 
Richmond and Wolfe. 
Cardwell. 
Oxford, North Riding. 
Belleehasse. 

t. John and Iberville. 
Leeds, South Riding. 



1897] 


I'A"E OF MEMBER. 


COS!STITl'EriCY. 


DO
llNIO
 OF C.\SADA. 


S Hn; OF iIE\lBKR. 


COXSTITUK' CY. 


103 


'Tisdale, Hon. Da\.id_... .. .. Norfolk, South Riding. 
Tohllie, John............. Bruce, West Riding. 
Lucker, Joseph John....... St.. John (N.B.), City & Co. 
Tupper, Hon. :;ir Charles, 
Bart. . . . . . . ... . . . .. .. . . .. Cape Breton. 
'Tupper. Hon. Sir Charles 
Hibbert, K.c.
I.G.'.""'1 Pictou. 


Turcot, George.. .. 
T.\ rwhitt, lUcharrl . 
Wallaee, N. Clarke 
Wilson, Uriah. ...... 
Wood, Hon. John F.. 
Wood, Andrew Trew. . 
Yeo, John........ 


:\Iegantic. 
Simcoe, South Riding". 
York (0.), West Rirling. 
Lennox_ 
Rrock\ ille. 
II am ilton. 
Prince, East (P.E.I.). 


OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF (,U
DIUS
. 


Clerk of the 1/owse, J. u. Bourinot, C.
I.G., LLD., 
D.C.L.,D.L ....................._..... .... $3,400 
Sergeant-at-Anns, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry R. 
Smith. _ . . .. ,.... .......................... 2,400 
Cln'k Asxistant, F. F. Rouleau... . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . 2,800 
Deput.I/ Sergeal
t-at-Arms, H. W. Bowie...... .. 1,150 
Chief Branch. 
Clerk of Votes and Procee(lÏngs, and Secretary 
to the Clerk of the House, William C. Row Ips. . 
.Asst. Clerk Vutes and Proceedin!J8, L R. Taylor.. 
Clerk of Routine and Records, F. MacGillivray.. 
Clerk Qf RnglÙsh JOIn'nalls, A. G. D. Taylor .... 
.As8istant do, and Clerk of Petition/s, J. Dalton.. 
Tra/Þlator Vote.
 and P,."C'''8, J. R. E. Chapleau 
Clerk Qf French Journal", T. Ouimet .......... 
Clerk of Sex
iunal Papn." J. A. Polking"horne .. 
Assi.,tant French .Tournal Clerk, K Tassé. _ . ... 
Examiner Qf Private Bills, Cluk of Com. on 
Pub. Accounts, E. P. Hart.ney... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clerk Qf Standing Committee on Private Bills 
and St<tnding Orders, Walter Tudd .. _. .. .... 
Assistant du, L. Charle!\ Panet... _ .. .... .. . _ .. .. 
Clerk oj Railways and Banking and Commerce 
Committee, H. :\IcG. 
(offat._..... .__........ 
Clerk, 2nd Cla.,x. R. P. King.. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . _ . . . 
Clerk, 3rd Class, J. H. :\lcLeod . .. ........ .. 


Clerk, 2nd Class, N. Rohidoux.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 11,250 
Clerks, ."lrd Clas8, H. P. :\Iacdonell, William Cairns 
and W. Dube, each........ .........._... .. 1,000 
PostnU/ster, J. :;tallsfeld.... 1,800 
AS1/t. do_, F. X. Lemieux.... .. .. ... . .... .. _.. 1,000 
Curator of Readin!/ Room, John L. Deacon. . . . . BOO 


2,400 
1,800 
2,400 
2,400 
1,750 
2,400 
1,600 
1,400 
1,150 


Sergeant-at-A.rms Branch. 
Chief !tfessf;nger, Luciell Dubë........ _.... 
Asxi8tant do., K. Turgeon ......... 
Dourkeepn, C. R. Stcwal.t .. . . . . .. 
OJlicial Stenographers. 
CMef Reporter, (:eorge B. Rradle.\', M. n. . _ . . . . . 
Asxt. Reporter, S. A. Ahbott .... _._ _....... 
.. .. E. J. Dug-gan..... ............ 
A. Horton... . . . .. ........ 
F. R. 
I:l.rceau .......... 
T. P. Owens ....... . . . . 
A. Desjardines . . . . . . . . . . 
A. C. Campbell. . 
AJ;st. to Chief Reporte1", .1. C. Boyce.. . . 


1,300 
1,000 
330 


2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,OUO 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,0110 
1,200 


300 
1,800 
1.250 


Law and Translation Branch. 
Law Clerk, F. A. :\lcCord.. . .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. 3,200 Library of Parliament. 
Assist_ f,aw Clerk, A. H. O'ßrien................ 1,800 Gennal Librarian, Alfred Duclos DeCelles...... 3,200 
Chief Pr. Trans., T. (
. Coursolles ... . . .. .. .... 2,400 Parliallle,lfarJf Libra/'iall, )Iartin Joseph Gdffin 3200 
Translators (each from 
2,400 to 81,-100), J. A. Fir8t Class Cle1'k, Alfred Hamlyn Todd ........ 1:800 
Genand. F. X. Demers, L. A. Frech
tte, L. .... L. P. S\ h'ain . 1,700 
Laframboi
e, J. :\1. A. D. Desaulniers, F. ß. Second Cla.
s Clerk. :\1. C: l\IacCormac .......... 1,400 
Hayes, H. H. Loucks, E. Perrin, E. Query. .... E Stewarl Tha\ ne. . . . . . . . . . .. 1,200 
.ßfiscellaneolls Branch. ThÌ1:
 Clas
 Clprk, fohn Sn
i
h _ ... ... _ 1,0(1() 
c. A. :\(al till ................. 500 
Accountant, D. C. Chamherlain .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . 1,950 T. Chalmers Gilmour. .. . . . . . . 600 
.AsllÌlltan
 AC
otmtal/,t, D. W. Camer
)JI:. .. . .... _ 1,250 I Chief .ßfessenget. and Caretaker, L. J. Casault.... 900 
Clerk of ....tatwnery, and Snpt. of Prmtwg of Ses. Jfes8enyer, .1. H. Duulope...... _..... .. .... .... 7UO 
sional Papers of Parliament, C. E. Cla.rke.. .. 1,600 " T. C. W. Lynton ..... '. 5W 
AsllÌlltant Clerk of Stationery, L. R Scott.. ..... 900 .. J. A. Beaudl")" ........ .. .. .. __. 500 
ADDRESS-To the Honourable the House of COlllmons of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 
The Petition of 


[Place and Date.] 


2,000 


1,750 
1,460 


1,40Q Printing of Parliam.ent. 
1,150 Clerk Qf Joint C'mllnitfee, John A. Polkinghorne 
1,000 Supt. uf Distribution, E. "Bot! erell. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 
A.ssÍ8tant.. H. A. Botterell... 


Humhl.\' "heweth. 


That, etc. 


11,4(0 


DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 
.J1 in-ixter of Justice, Hon. Sir oliver :\Iowat, 
K.C.l\I.G., Q.C.... -.. ....... .. .. .. . . ... . .... .. $i,OOO 
Deputy." ini8ter and Rolicitor of 1 n.dian Affairs, 
Edmund L. Newcombe, Q.C. ....... _.. . ..... 4,000 
Chief Clerks, A. Power, Q.C. . . . . . . . ... 2,6011 
G. L. B. Fraser.................. 2,300 
.ßfinister's Private Secretm1/, L. J. Burpee...... 1,150 
Deputy's Secretary. John Leslie............ _ . 1,800 
.Accountant, J. E. Narrawa)"... 1,250 
Penitentiary Branch. 
Inspector of Penitpntim'ies, Doughl.!! Stewart... . 2,600 
Accountant, George L. Foster............ . . . . .. 1,800 
Clerk, H. B. S. Lane. . .. ._............. 1,30U 
Dominion Police. 
Commissioner, A. P. Sherwood....... .. .. .... _.. 2,050 
The Supreme Court of Canada. 
Registrar of Supreme Court and Editor oJ 
Supreme Court Reports, R. Cassels, Q.C. .... 3,200 


Reporter, C. H. :\Iaster......, .. _.. 
AJJ8istant Reporter, L. W. Courlee. 
The ExcheqtCPr COllrt of Canada. 
Regixtrar, L. A. Audette .......... 
Clerk, Charles :\lorse .. .. .. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 
Controller of Cu..foms, William Pa.terson . . 
Commill8Ìoller, John )kDou
alrl ,.. . 
JI inÙlter's Private Seaefary, .John Bain. . . . 
A"COlWfa1lt, R. H. FalTow. _ ................ 
Chief Clerk of Stati8ticx, F. G. Rennet.... . . . . .. 
Inspectors 0/ Purts. D. D. O'
(cara, W. H. Hill, J. 
S. MacLaren, Geo. H. Young, J. S. Clute, 
Alfred Boultbee, Alex. 
IcKa.r, each. 
Chief Inspector, S. W. :\lc:\lichaeL...... 
Board of Appraisers. 
Chairman, John McDougald.. ... . .. ..... _... 
Dominion Apprai8er and Secretary, Geo. W. 
Jessup. .. . .. . . . . . .. ......................... 


i:

 


5,000 
2,800 
1,2(1() 
1,650 
1,;50 


2.000 
2,500 


1,300 



104 


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DOl\n
IO
 OF CA
 ADA. 


COLLECTORS OF cus-rO'ls-From $1,000 to $300 each. 
Amherst, W. n. :\Iain. 
Amherstburg, Geo. Gott. 
A nnapolií;, E. McCormack. 
Antigunish, A. Boyd. 
Arichat, R. Benoit. 
Baddeck, J. )lcDonald. 
Barrington, D. Sargeant. 
Bathw'st, J. E. Balclwin. 
Bn'lin, A. Shaw, Acting. 
Belleville, W. WeLster. 
Bowmanville, J. Rankin. 
Blmltfm'd, H. B. Leeming. 
Brid!Ietown, S. S. RUKgles. 
Brockville, W. H. Jones. 
Calgary, Amos Rowe. 
Canso, Thos. C. Cook. 
Charlottetull'n, Jas. Currie. 
Chatham-,NB" V.Ferguson 
Chatham, 0, R. Stephenson 
Cûaticook, John H. Valy. 
Cobourg, Ch. E. E\\ ing-. 
Collingwood, Geo. Watson. 
Cookshire, A, l{oss. 
Corn'wall, John Bergin. 
Dalho1Uiie, \V.Montgomery. 
Deseronto, R. Rayburn. 
Digby, J. }1. Viets. 
Fort Erie, James Lawson. 
Fredericton, A. F. Street. 
Galt, Thos. Peck. 
Gananoque, J. Ormiston. 
Gaspé, A. J. Kavanagh. 
Goderich, Asher Farrow. 
GtMlph, J_ Hallett. 
Halifax, \V.D. Harrington. 
Hamilton, F. E. Kilvert. 
Hemin.'lford, F. S. Proper. 
Hope, E. J. W. Burton. 
Kentville, F. C. Rand. 
Kingston, Clarke Hamilton. 
Lindflay, D. Browne. 
Liverpoul, J. H. Dunlop. 
Lockport, Jas. R. Ruggles. 
London, Robert Reid. 
LunenbuT.'J, A. B. Coldwell. 
Marg'tsville, D. W. Landers 
Moncton, I. ,V. Binney. 
j'lontreal, R. S. White. 
Ai orrisb'g,GS ltobertson,Ag 
.Nanaimo, B. H. Smith 
Napa nee, Geo. l\I. Elliott. 
.N. Carl'le, P. C. BeauchesnE" 
.Newcalitle, N.B., W.A.Park 
.New Jf" estminster,J.S.lJlute 


A nalyst"s Branch. 
Chief Analyst, Thos. 
Iacfarlane............ ... 
ASliilltant Analystll, A. McGill, F. W. Bebhington 
and A. L. TourdlOt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Laboratory Clerk, Jas. Watson.... 


.ViagaraFalls, A. Boyle. 
North Sydney,A.G. Hamil'n 
Osha-wa, Geo. F. Blamey. 
Ottawa, B. Batson. 
Owen Sound, J.C.Stephens 
Paris, Thomas Hall. Inspectoni olInland RerPlUle. 
Pm"rsboro', E. Gillespie. 
Percé, W. Flynn. Cldef Inspector... W. J. Gerald... .Ottawa.. 
Peterboro', n. Ste\ enson. Windsor Dist,rict . ..James Go\\'.. .. .. Windsor 2,500 
Picton, Walter T. Ross. Toronto ". .John i\IOl'roW. . .. Torontn... .. 2,500 
Pietou, .....S., D. 
IcDonald Kingston . \V. L. Hamilton.. Belleville.... 2,500 
Purt Arthur, A. M. Wiley. :\Iontl'eal " R. Bellemare.. .. MontreaL... 2,500 
Pt./lawke>;b'y, JCBourinot Quebec J. )1. Lemoine. .Quebec...... 2,4ÜO 
Pt. /luud, E. D Tremaine. N. Br'nsw'k'
 ..T. Burke. . .St..John,N.R 2,00(
 
Potton, W. Lynch. Nova Scotia " .......... .-.. ............. 2,50(} 
Pre,çcoft, E. Jessup. Manitoha" .J. K. Barrett.... Winnipeg.... 2,50r
 
Qilebec, J. R Forsyth. B. Columbia" . Will. Gill. - . . . . . . 'Ïctoria .... 2,500 
RWI01lllki, J. A. Martin. P. E. lslancl." ....... ...... ....... ........... 2,50(. 
&rckrille, W. C. Milnel'. I Inspector Bonded Jllanllfac's, J. Morrow, Toront.o. 



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;er FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Shelburne, ":. \V. Atwood. Jfinj"ter of" Financt, Hon. William S. Fielding.. $'i.QO\) 
S
ej'bronke, \\ .II.Carter,A:,:- Depllt" MiniHtel" vnd Secreta1'y 7'reasury Board, 
S S unc l ue J , J"o l llll h 
latthews. I J. 
i. Courtney. . . .. .. . . . . . .,. .. .. .. . . ., . . .. .. 4,20(} 
ore, . ß at leu. ASl!istant Deput1/..1linister W. Fit.zU'erald (Super- 
St. .Lh
dreU's, C. :\1. ?ove inteurlent of'ln8uranc
). . .. ..
............. 
Sf. A11nm
d, E. A. .uo
Irret Comptroller of Dominion CU1'rencIJ, F. Toller.... 2,600 
St. Cath
!.tnes, J. b. Cuffe I Chief Clerk Sarinys Bank Branch, C. J. Anderson 2,400 
St. Hyal vlthe, J. A. Hamel Dom'inion Boukkeepel", 
I. G. Dickieson.. .... .. " 2,40() 
St. JUhl!: _N.B., J\/t. .Rue!. ')ecretary, C. W. Treadwell...... ........ 2,OO() 
St.John II, Q., I!.. . ,\ ood. Secretary to JIlinister, Clement B. Burns.. _.... 1,000 
St. Stephen, H) ?ra
am.. \ Fir,;t Clas" Clerk", G. Lowe, C. A. Gough, J. Mc- 
St. Thomas, \\. \. 

nerJ. Nicol, J. Fraser,:N. S. Garlanrl, each, 
1,SOO to 1,600 
Stanstead, S.T. Melrllllan. AccountantolCuntingenciclI W. H. Ha)es..... 1,300 
Stratford, J. G Hess. ' 
SW/I1nerside, C. 'V. Strong. , 
Sutton, J. DUlin. 
SJ,dney, R. l\It'Donald. . Id 
7'hree Rivers, P. B. Vanasse' Sup
rilltendent, W. Fltzgera .... -..... 
'l'oronto, John Small. Chief Clerk, A. K. Blackadar .......... - . . . . . . 
Trenton, F. J. :\IcGuire. 
Truro, G. P. Nelson. 
Vancourer, J. !II. Bowell. 
Vict(J1'ia, A. R. 
Iilne. 
Wallaceb'u, HV Deemin
 Ago 
Weymuuth, N. B. Jones. 
Whitby, J. R. Philp. 
Windsor,1\"S.,H. W. Dimock 
Windsor, 0., S. E. Martin. 
Winnipel/, Thos. Scott. 
W'dst'ck,Þi.R., D.F. Merritt En.qineerin!} Branch. 
W'dst'ck,O., W.H. "'anlngen 
Yarmouth, W. H. Moody. Chief Clerk, R. Steckel................,......... 2,401. 


DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE. 
Control'r of In. Rev., Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere. :t:ó,OOO 
Commissioner, E. !\lÏall......................... 3,200 
Assistant Commisí;iuller, W. J. Gerald.......... 3,000 
Secretary's Branch. 
Chiel Clerk and Seaetm'y, W. Himsworth... . . . . 
Ass't Sec. and Short /land Writer, W. Carter... 
Shnrt Hand and Typewrite'r, J,1-'. McCarthy... 
Clerk, F. Newby... . . ....:.. .. .. -- .. -- .. .....- 
Cle-rk, A. :\IcCulloch ..................... - . . . 
Clerk, C. W. Winter.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 
Clerk, Printin,q ami Forms, F. h. Blatch . . . . . . . 
Clerk, Stamps, I/lstrum-ents, &:c., Geo. Fo\\ ler. . . 


Accountant's Branch. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant, F. R. E. Campeau. 1,800 
Â8b'Ìstant Accountant, C. R. Hall .. _ _. .. ..... 1,800 
Clerks, J. E. Valin, J. Byrnes, It. Quain, 81,400 to 1,800 
Statistical Branch. 
Clerks, W. L. Heron, J. F. Shaw, G. Brunei, R. 
Nettle... ...... ...... .. ... ....... ." .81,000 to 1,800 


Standards Braltch. 
J. A. Do) on .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
J. P. Dunn and .John Burns, each ... ...... 
Secretary to Contrullel", Alex. Clement. . . . . . . . . . 


J nSIl/"a n ce Bran ch. 


3,2()() 
1, {)OI) 


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



finister of P!lblic Works, HOIl. J. Israel Tarte .. 
Deputy blinista, A. Gobeil. ... . ., ...... ... . " 
Secretary, E. F. E. Ro
 . . . . . . . .. ............... 
Chief ElI!lineer, Louis Coste.. ...... 
Chief Architect, Thomas Fuller.. . . . . . . . . 
Chief Accountant, O. Dionne.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . 
Private Secretar!" Fred. Gélinas.. .. . . 


i7,OOO 
3,200 
.) 000 
3: l(l() 
32W 
2:401) 


POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 


2,:J50 
1,ï;;0 
1,350 
1,400 
5:JO 


Postmaster-General, HOll. Wm. Mulock.... .... $7,000' 
Prit'at(' Secretary to Post1ncuter-General, E. II. 
Laschinger. . . . . . . .. .. ...................... 600 
Deputy Postmflster-General, '3,
OO 
Secretary's Branch. 
Chief Clerk and Secretary, W. D. LeSueur, B.A.. 2,61>> 
First Class Clnks, A. W. Throop, G, G. V. 
Ardouin, C. Pope... .. .. .. . . each $1,800 to l,40() 
Second Class ClerkH, J. ?ol. O'Leary, F. G. Moon, 
J. H. Brown, H. )1. Northrop, A. Lampman, 
B.A., E. Bunel ..... ... ......... . each $1,400 to 1,100 
Accountant's Branch. 
ChielClerk and Accountant, W. J. Barrett.... .. 1,800 
First Class Clerks, W. J. Johnstone, John 
Graham, G. C. Anderson... ........ :::;1,800 to 1,40() 
Second ClasH Clel'ks, E. H. Benjamin, L. Blanchet, 
A. II. McLennan, D. F. McCarthy, L. H. Pouliot, 
N. G. D'Auteuil, W. Greaves, 'V. Rowan, D. A. 
Barrett, T. McGrail, )1. K: Dunlevie, C. W. 
Lally, H. S. Shaw, C. O. Doncet..... .$1,400 to 1,100 


l,4()0 
1,300 


Aloney Order Branch. 
1,400 Chief Clerk and Superintendent, G. F. E\'erett ., 2,400 
1,200 First Class Clerk, S. S. Thorne................ -. l,bOO 
1,600 SecondCla8
Clel'k", J. F. Wall, ><1,400, J. C. Bonnet. l,lI}() 



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10:) 


Savings Bank Branch. 
Chief Clerk and Superintendpnt, D. 
Iathe8on... ;::'2,400 
First Clall>l Clerk, W. H. Hanington.... ........ 1,800 
Second Class Clerks, J. Rose Smith, W. H. Eagle- 
son, J. H. Fairweather E. B. Bell, W. H. Kreps. 
W. H. McCuaig-.... .... .. .... .. .. .... ..each 1,400 
Postal Stores Branch. 
Chief CÙ!rk and Controller, Sidney Smith 2,400 
First Class Clerk, (\acant).. .. .. . . . . .. . . .. .. .. .. 
Secúlul Claf's Clerkx, W. D. O'Brien, H. H. Gray. 
each 1,400 


Dead Letter Bra IIch. 


Military Branch. 
General Officer Commanding, 
Iajor Gen. William 
Julius Gascoig"ne . . . . . . . . . . pay and allowances 
-I,OOO 
A. D.C., Captain Alex. lIaclean ... .. . ... '. . . pay 1,000 
Adjutant-Uenaal, Co!. the Honourahle Matthe\\ 
Avlmer....... ...... salary and allO\\ance 3,200 
De,:uty Assistant Adjutant-General, Major D. C. 
F. Bliss.. ..... .. . . .. . . .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,800 
Quarter-][a>!ter-General, Co!. P. H. N. Lake.... 3,200 
AssiJ.:ta'lt Adj1/tont.Gelleral fi'r Artillel !I, In- 
spector of A rtillery and Warlike Stores, Lieut.- 
Co!. delaCherois T. Irwin.................... 2,75& 


DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 


Chief Clerk alld Sltperintendent, John Walsh.... . 1 2,1 6 !50 00 
First Class Clerk, G. R. White... . . . . .. ......... }PI inister of the Interior, 
Second Class Clerk, G. J. Binks... .............. 1:400 Deputy Jllinillter of the Interior, A. 
1. Burg-ess.. 3,200 
Private Secretm'!/ to Jfinister, 


,Uail Service Branch. 
Chief Clerk and Superintendent, :0\. Lindsay.... 2,Iì()O 
Second Cla-8!1 Clerk.., H. W. Griffin, W. Smith, 
RA., P. J. Brennan..... ........... .::<1,-100 to 1,100 
POlitaye Stamp Branch. 
Chu!,/ Clerk and Superintendent, E. P. Stanton. . 
First ClaxR Cll'rk, E. Daubney. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Second Clasli Clerk. A. Devine .... .. 


Post Office In,.pectors. 
Chief Inspector, :\1. Sweetnam, Toronto.. . . . . . . 
Nova Scotia, C. J. Macdonald, Halifax... .. .. .. .. 
Princ,. Edward Island, F. de St. Croix Brecken 
(Postmaster of Charlottetown, and Assistant 
P. O. Inspector), Charlottetown. . . . . 
New Brunswick. S. J. King, St. John..... __ 
Quebec, A. Bolduc, Quebec... _. . .. .. .. 
Three Rivers, G. Desilets, Three Rivers.......... 
},[ontreal, J. W. Bain ........................ 
Ottawa, F. Hawken. Ottawa.. .. .... ........ .... 
Kingston, H. :\Ierrick .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Toronto, R. \\". Barker, Toronto 
Barrie, A. Jones, Barrie.......... 
London, D. Spry, London . _... .... ....... 
Stra(ford, Henry G. Hopkirk, Stratford. . . . . . 
ManitobaandN. W. Ter., W. W. :\lcLeod, Winnipeg 
Britilih Columbia, E. H. Fletcher, Victoria. . . . . 


DEPARTMENr OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 


)[in'ü;ter of Railu'aYFI .t- Canals. Hon. A. G. Blair ><7,000 
Deputy-J[inÌ-J3ter J: Chief Engineer, C. Schreiber. 6,000 
Secretary, Chief Clerk, John II. Balderson...... 2,300 
Chief Clerk, Chief Engineer'!< Office, L. K. Jones. 2,000 
Chief Clerk R.ecordx, 
1. W. Maynard. . . , . . . . . . . . 1,950 
Accountant, Firxt Cia>;>! Clerk, Leonard Shannon. 1,800 
First Clas8 Clerks-F.A. Dixon,
1,800; 
eil Stew- 
art, $I,8GO; L. H. Filteau, 81,800; J. E. W. 
Currier, $1,450; C. E. D. Chubbuck, 
1,400; 
J. W. Pugsley, :H,400. 
Second ClaRs Clerks-A. U. Almon, 81,400; Rich'd 
Devlin, 
1,400; H. L. B. Ross, $1,300; W. B. 
Almon Hill, $1,300; C. W. Ross, 
1,250; Walter 
Doull, 11,150; L. K. Fortier, $1,100. 


DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 
Jlinisfer of .ßlilitia and Defence, Hon. F. W. 
Borden.. .. .. . . ...... ...... ................. 87,000 
Deputy "'inister, Co!. The Hon. C. Eugene Panet 3,200 
Chief Clerk, Benjamin Suite.................... 2.000 
SecretaT1J of Department, Capt. Alphonse Benoit 1,750 
ACl'ount Branch. 
Chi
f Ckrk and Accountant, C. H. O':\Iearn. . 2,400 


Stores Branch. 
Director of Stnres and Kel'per oJ ."tlilitia Prover- 
ties, Lieut.-Co!. John 
Iacphcrson ....... 3,000 
Engineer Branch. 
.Acting Architect, Lieut. F. W. White.. ........ 1,400 


1,8fO 
1,400 
1,-100 


Seaetary's Bmnch. 
SecretaI'll, John R. Hall........................ 
Assi,;tant Secretary, L. C. Pereira.. ........... 
Clerk in Charge of Timber and .ßlines, G. L. 
Ryley ......... ,... . .......... . ......... 
Clerk in Charge of Ordl'tanre and Admimlty 
LandR, P.G.Ke
es..... .... .............. 
Clerk in Chal'[Je Qt'lmmigmtiùn, L. M. Fortier. . 
RegÌlitrar of Correspondence, K. J. Henry 
Law Clerk, T. G. Rothwell..................... 


2,80l} 
1,800 
],800 
1,400 
1,5110 
1,800 
1,700 


Patents Branch. 


:2 800 
2:400 Chi
f Cluk, W. 
1. GOOlle\'e . 


2,350 


""00 
2':;00 
2:ÕOO 
2,000 
2,1'00 
2,20U 
2.nOO 
2.000 
2,200 
2,600 
2,200 
2,400 
2,200 


Accountant's Branch. 
Accountant, Chief Clerk, .J. A. Pinard ...... . . 
AssiRtant Accountant, C. H. Beddoe.... .... . ... 


2,300 
1,801). 


Surveys Branch. 
SurveYlÌr General, E. Deville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 
Geo!}rapher, J. Johnston.............. 
ARtl'on01lJpr, W. F. King........ .. . , .... ....... 
Clerk in Charge of Survey Records, F. Clayton.. 
Chief lni!pectol' of Sur"eys, J. S. Dennis.. .. .. .. 


2,600 
2050 
Ù54 
1,8110 
1.800 


DEPARTJ\!ES'r OF TilE IXTERIOR-OI'TSIDE SERVICE. 
Land Board, Winnipeg. 
Commissi.onl'r of Dominion Lands, H. H. Smith. t4,OOO 
Superintendent nf JI ines, W. Pearce.. . . " . . . . . . 3,1100 
Inspector Dom inion Lands Agencies, J. M. C:ordon 2,{)(}() 
Secretary, T. R. Burpé .. ... .. .. 1,800 


Dominion Lands Agents. 
Winnipeg....... ........... E. F. Stephenson. 1,800 
Brandon........ . W. H. Hiam....., 1,400 
:\Iinnedosa . . . . . .. John Flesher. 1,200 
Regina.......... .. _. . __. A. J. Frn:;er .. .... 1,095 
Calgar) . ....... .... W. Pearce .. ... 1,200 
Prince Alhert . ... _. _.. .. .... John 
lcTag-gart.. 1,400 
Edmonton. . . . . . . . . . . .. It. A. Ruttan. . . . . 1,400 
Estevan. .. ........ ........ A. E. lIetl1erington 1,000 
Battleford ........ . E. Brokovski . . . .. 1,200 
Lethbridge...... ........ . W. H. Cottingham 1,211() 
Wetaski" in.. . .... ... .. T. B. Fel'I,'LISOn . " 1,200 
Yorkton. ...._. .. F. K. IIerchmer... 1,200 
Red Deer ............ J.G. Jessup. 1,295 
Lake Dauphin. . .. . . . . . . Rohert Gunne.. 900 
New Westminster, B C...... John 
lcKeJlzie. 1,400 
Kamloops, B.C.............. E. A. Nash. ... . .. 1,400 


Crown 'l'imber Agents. 
Winnipeg- . . . . . . E. F. Stephenson. . 
Edmonton . R. A. Ruttan. 
Calgary ..... . . . . .. . ... W. Pearce. ...... 
Prince Albert. . . .. .. .. .. ,... John 
kTag-g-art.. 
New \\estmim,ter, B.C...... T. S. Hig-j{inson... $1,6ro 
Clerk of Legis. Axsemblll X_ W.7'., and Sec'y to 
Lt.-Uovernor, R. B Gordon.... ...... .. . .... 2,400 
Secretary tu till' Liettf.-UOl'erllor of the Dtstrict 
of Kel'watin, Charles C. Patterson............ 600 



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DOMINION OF CáKADA. 


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Registrars o.fthe N. W. Territories. 
Inspl'ctor of I,and Titles Offices, P. M. B:J.rker... 
West Saskatchewan District.. W. J. Scott....... 
Ea.st Saskatchewan District.. S. Brewster ...... 
District of South Alberta. . .. T. A. McLean.. 
District of North Alherta . _.. Georges Roy.. _._ 
District of Assiniboia........ G. A. Montl{omery 
R.ocky Mountains Park of Call ada, Banff, N. W. T., 
Superinfewl p nt, Geo. A. Stewart. . . . . . . . . . " . . 


Immi!Jrati01
 Agents. 
MontreaL................... J. Hoolahan.... 1,200 
Quebec............... . P.Doyle.......... 1,400 
Halifax.N.S..... .. E.AI.Clay....._.. 1,200 
st. John, N.B . ,... S. Gardner.. 1,000 
Caretakers of Ordnance Lands. 
Chambly, Q................. J. O. Dion.. . .... bO 00 
G rand Falls, N. u. . . . .. . . . Bertram Currier.. 200 00 
Learnington. 01.11.. . _ _ _ Peter Conover. .. . 75 00 
..B.lenheim, Ont ... _ .... .... .. W. R. Fellows, Jr.. 20 00 


GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DEPARTMENT. 


Jfinister of the Interior, 
Dcplttyllead and Director, Dr. G. M. Dawson, 
C.M.G., LL.D., F.R.."... ...... ...... ...... .... 
A,ssi,;tant Director Ilnd Geologist, Robert Bell, 
LL.D., M.D., F.R.S.C........ '" ...... .. .. .. . 
Assistant Director, Palæontologist and Zoologi-st, 
J. F. Whitea\.es, F. R.S.C., F.G.S............. 
Assistant Director, Chemist and J[ineralogi>it, 
G. C. Hoffmann, LL.D., 
'.I.C., F.R.S.C....... 
AS8'I
tant Dirpct"r, Botanist and ...Vatltralist, 
John Macoun, F.L.S., F.R.S.C............. _._ 
Mining Hngineer and Geologist, E. D. Ingall, 
M.B., A.R.S.M............................... 
First Class Clerk ami Accountant, John Marshall. 
First Class Cll'rk, Chief Drallghtsman und 
Geoyrupher, Jas. White............._........ 
Geologist", R. W. Ells, :\I.A., LL.D., Hugh Flet- 
cher, B.A., each 
2,050; R. G. McConnell, B.A., 
J. ll. Tyrrell, B.A., B.Sc., each ::r1,850; Albert 
P. Low, ll.A.Sc., SI,600; Hobert Chalmers, 
1,5fiO; Wm. McInnes, ll.A.Sc., $] ,450, E. R. 
Fariba.ult, $1,450; Napoleon J. Giroux, P.L.S., 
81,3:'0; Alfred E. Barlow, M.A., 
1,350; Jas. 
1olcE
oy, ll.A.Sc., ::;\1,162.50. D. B. Dowling, 
B.A.Sc., '31,162.;;0. 
ArtÙ;t ami Assistant Palæontologist, L. M. 
La.lnbe, F.G.S. .. .. . .. .................. _ .... 
Lithologist, Walter Ferrier, ß.A.Sc., F.G.S....... 
As"istunt Curlltor, C. W. WllIimott_.... _ _..... 
Assistant Che1llists, F. G. Wait, M. A., $1,412.50, 
R. A. A. Johnston, 
1,125. 
Assitlfant PalælJntolo!Jist, Henry M. Ami, M.A., 
D.Sc., F.G...;...... ............... ............ 
_4s>iixtant DraughtslYlRlt, C. O. Senécal, C.E.. 
$1,162.50, L. N. Ricbard. B.A. ":c., 
1,OuO. 
Museum Assistant, R. L. Broadbent. _ _ _ _ _... _ __ 
Liblarian, John Thorburn, LL.D. _. _ _ . _ ... 
-Caretaker, Tho!;!. Burke. . . . . . . . . _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Messen:}er, Allan McKinnon.................... 


DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 


INSIDE SRRVICR. 


Superintendell t -General, 
Dep'llt.lj Supt.-General, Hayter Reed. 3,200 
Chief Clerk, Duncan C. ='cott. _ . . . _' . _ _ _ .. _ _ . .. 81,850 
Solicitor, E. L. Newcombe.... .... .. . _ .. .. .. .. . 
First ClaS!>i Clerk
, Wm. A. Austin. 81,800; Allan 
N. 
lcNeill, $1,800; J. D. :\lcLean, $1,800; 
William McGiI'r, $1,800; F. W. Smith, $1,650; 
Samuel Stewart, SI,600; John :\lcGirr, 
J,600; 
Robert G. Dalton, 
I,5')0; Wm. A. Orr, 
1,450. 
&cond Cla,
s Clerks, Martin Henson, $1,400; H. 
C. Ross, $1,4(1); Samuel Brav, D.L.S., $1,400; 
James A. J. McKenna, $1,400; James J. Camp- 
bell, $1,400; Ed\
in Rochester, il,100; Hiram 
McKay, $1,150. 
Packer, Benjamin Hayter.. . _ . . . . _ . . . .. ....... 
.MessewJer, William Seale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


$';!,OOO 
2,000 

':: 
1:609 
1,600 
1,800 


OFFICERS m" OU'rslDE SER\-ICE AT JlEADQUAR'rEQ.S. 
In8pector 0.1 lndian Agencies and Reserves, J. A. 

Iacrae, $1,400. 
lns/
ector of 1'imber, Geo. Lang- Chitty, $1,000. 
A"Sllstant SlIrVCI/Or o{ l/l'lian Reserves in 111anitoba 
Keewatill awi" Nurth-west Territories, Thos. D. Green: 
D. L.S., ::51,400. 


O('TSIDE SERVICE. 


3,2()0 
2,400 
2,400 
2,400 


Untariu. 
Indian Superilltelldents, Edwin D. Cameron, Brantford; 
Benjamin W. Ross, :\I,mitowaning"; Thomas S. 
Walton, 1\1. D., Parry Sound. 
Clerk, Alexander G. Smith, Brantford. 
lUetlic"l (
[!i('prf', R. M. Stephen, M.D., Jllanitowaning-; 
John A. Lang-rill, .M.D.. Ohsweken; F. II. Mitchell, 
.M.D., Delaware. 
Glla,dian of Islands, John G. Wallace, Ivy Lp:\. 
hufian LandS! A!Jents, Will. Simpson, Wiarton; K P. 
Watson, Sarnia; Wm. H. Price, Gor' Bay; Samuel 
Hag-an, Thessalon; Chas. J. Blon'...: d, Lakefield; 
Will. Yan Ahbott, Sault Ste Marie. 
Indian Agents. 
Bateman, Will., Port Perry I Jermyn, ,J. W., Cape Croker 
Beattie, .J., Hig-hgate. Jones, P.E ,:\In, IIag-ersville 
Bennett, E., Castile. :\IcDoug-all,A. S ,JlIelhourne 
Crowe, J., Chippawa Hill. :\lcI
elvey,A .Wallaceburg. 
Donnelly,J.P., Port Arthur I McPhee, D. J., Atherley. 
Eg-ar! W. G., De!<
ronto. Thackeray, J., Roseneath. 
English, A., Sarma. 


2,200 


Qltebec-India't A!Jenfs. 
Bastien,A.O.,Jeune Lorette I Long-, Georg-e, St. Regis. 
Bro
seau, A., Cau
hnawa
a Mal.tin, James, :\13;niwa
i. 
Des,let,;, C. O. H., 
1. n., :\Iondou, J.A.A., P,errevdle 
Becancour. I Otis, L. E., Pointe meue. 
Gag-np, Re\.. J., Maria. Venner. V. J. A., M. D., 
Lel:3el, 
arcisse, Cacouna. Camphellton, N.ll. 
j[edical Officer, Ed. A. :Mulligan, )I.D., Maniwa.ki. 


1,850 
1,800 
l,fiOO 


Nova Scutia-Indian Agentx. 


1,600 
1,6uO 
1,400 


Beckwith,C. E. ,Steam 
Iills 
Butler,ltev .T. J. ,Caledonia. 
Cameron, Re\'. A., D. J)., 
Christmas Islalld. 
Campbell, J. E., Baddeck. 
Chisholm, Rev. J. C., /:it. 
Peter's. 
Chi.
holm W. C., Heather- 
ton. 
De Molitor, .J. J. E., Shel- 
bUl"l1e. 
Gass, James, Sh u benacadie. 


JlfcDonald, Rpv. R., Pictou. 

kJ)ormand, F., Bear 
Hi\.er. 
McIsaac, Rev. D., Glendale. 
:\Iuir, D. II.. III.D_, Truro. 
O'Sullivan, Rev. D., Sheet 
lIarbour. 
Haltfl, F. A., M.D., Parrs- 
boro'. 
Smith, Geo. R., Yannouth. 
\\" ells, Georg-e, Annapolil!. 


1,400 


...V 1'10 Brunswick. 


1,400 
800 Indian A.'1 p nts, "-m. D. Carter, Richibucto; James 
700 Farren. FrerleriC'ton. 
500 J,[edicalOffir"rx, .John S. Bensoll, M. D., Chatham; Geo. 
C. Vanwart, M.D. 
Prince Edward Island. 


Illtlian Superintendent, John O. Arsenault, Riggins' 
Road. 


British Columbia. 


400 Indian Sllperinfl'lIdl'lIt, A. W. Vowell, VictOl'ia. 
Clerk.
, .Joseph w. :\Iacka
., \TictOlia; William B. Ilac- 
In7li

h}f;:;e;:!
t;;:

;nisxioner, P. O'Reilly, Victoria. 


Indian Agel/ts. 


Bell, Ewen, Clinton. I Lon.las, "T. H., Quamicban. 
Devlin, F., New Westmins'r Lorlllg, R. E., Hazelton. 
Galbraith, R. L. T., Fort Pidcock, R. II., Alert Bay. 
490 Steele. Todd, Chas., Metlakahtla. 
3UO Guillod, H., Alberni. Wood, W. F., J(ronloops. 



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\J)A. 


107 


North-west Territories, J[anitoba and Keelcatin. 
Indian C01nIlÛssioner, A. E. Forget, Regina.... .82,400 
Chief Inspector of Illdian .Ayenciel>, T. P. Wads. 
worth, Regina ...... _ .. ......... _ .......... 2,200 
Inspector of India/
 .A!lencies, A. McGibbon, 
Regina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . - - . . - . . 
Surveyor in char."e 0/ Surveys Resen'es, A. W. 
Ponton, D. L. S., Regllla. _ . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . 
I-n"pectoro.f R. C. Indian Schools, G. A. Betournay, 
M.A., Reg-ina.. _........ .......... .... _. .... 1,200 
Keeper vf Stores, William B. Pocklington, Regina. 1,300 
Clerks at ReI/ilia, F. H. Paget, J. A. Mitchel\, 
J. W. Jo\\ett, A. W. L. Gompertz, each $1,400 to 900 
Interpreter, Peter Hourie, Regina.. .... _.. 900 
Indian S'11lerilltendent fo-r ftl allitoba, Ebenezer 
ltlcColl. Winnipeg _ ... .... _ . .. ............ 2,400 
Clerk at Winllipe!7, L. J. A. Lévéque_... ...... . 1,400 
" Geo. E. Jean .. .' . . .. .' .... 900 

fedi.cal Officer, Geo. T. Orton, M.D., Winnipeg... 800 


Indian .A!7ents. 
Beg-g, Magnus, Gleichen. )Iartineau, H., 
Ianitoba 
Campbell; J.J., Canning-ton House. 
Manor. \IcDonald, A., Broadview. 
Clink, D. L., Hollbroke. 
IcJntyre, J., S:J.\"anne, 0_ 
Cornish, F. 'J., M.D., Fort McKenzie, R. S., Stobart. 
Franæs. Mc
eill, A. .J., Hattleìord. 
De Cazes, C., Edmonton. 1tuckle, A. :\1., Selkirk. 
<irant, W. S., Indian Head. Nash, Harry H., }Iacleod. 
.Jones, W. E., Côté. Ogletree, F., Port.la Prairie 
Keith, Hilton, Aldina. Pither, R. J. N., Rat Portage 
Lash,J. B.,}Iuscowpetung, Rearler. J., The Pas. 
Reg-ina. Ht)ss, John, Pakan. 
Lucll.'1, S. R, Calgary. ,villiams, P. J., Hattleford. 
'lIann, G. G., Onion Lake. Wilson, James, }Iacleod. 
Markle, J. A., Birtle. Wright, J. P., Kutawa. 
IlcKay, A., Grand Rapids. 
ClerkH, Wm. Anderson, Mnscowpetung; H. A. Car- 
ruthers, l\.ut-awa; A. E. Lake, E(lmonton. 
Storunan, John Carne\". Onion Lake. 
}'ledicalOJlicer, F.-X. Ùirard, M.D., Macleod. 


.AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE. 
.A uditor General. John Lorn M('Doug-all ........ $4.01)0 
Chi
f Clnk, E:rche'Juer Bmnch. E. D
 Suthedand 2,100 
Chie.f Clerk, Re"enue B. anch, J. Gorman _ . . . . _ _ . 2,100 
Chie.f Clerk, Expelldtlltre Brrwch, F. Hayter. . . . 2,10 ' 1 
First ClasH Clerk, J. H. Simpson. . . . . .. ........ 1,800 
.A lso 6 S, cond Class Clerk,; and J4 Third Class Cle-rks. 


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING AND 
STATIONERY. 
queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery, 
S. E. Dawson. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. ......... $3,200 
.Acrountallt's Branch. 
.Accountant, W. Gliddon. _ . . .. " . _ . _ . . . . .. . . . 2,200 
Printing Branclt. 
Superintendent oj Printing, W. 
IdIahon . . . . .. 
Stationery Branch. 
Superintendent of Stlttivnery, Thos. Ro"bOl'ough 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 
OF CANADA. 


Secretary oj State, Hon. R. W. Scutt........... $7,000 
Under s"crefltry of State and Ðeputy Registrar- 
General, JO!:-leph Pope._. . _.'_._. .. 
Chief Cle1 k, P. Pelletier... _ . . . . . _ . . . . . . .. . . _ . . . 
Private Sec1.etary to the J/iniHter, W. F. Kehoe.. 
Correspondence B,'allch. 
l!irst-cllUlll Clerk8, F. Col8on, 
4.cco1tntant, $I,t<OO ; 
G. Emond, 
l,550; .J. F. Waters, M.A., 
).50'). 
Five second and three third-class clerks. 
Re!7ixtry Branch. 
Pirst-clasJ/ Clerks, I. W. Storr, $1.550; A. G. Lea- 
royd, $1,500; P. T. Kirwan, $1,500. Four 
second ami two third-cla::!s clerks. 


llecordH Branch. 
Chief Clerk, Kl'eper of Records, A. Audet... _.. S2,400 
And two third-class clerks. 


Board oj Civil Service Examillerll. 
2,200 Chairman, J. Thorburn, M.A., LL.D., $4(JU; 
A. D. lJeCplles, $400; J. C. Glashan, 
250. 
1,800 Secretary, J. F. Waters, M.A. ... .. .... .,. '" 


150 


DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 


J/inister of Jlarine and Fil<heries, Hon. Louis 
II. Davies.. ................................. $7,000 
Del.1tty JI inixter of ftfa,.;ne and Fil<he}"Ïes, F. 
Gourdeau. _ _ .. ..... - - . - - - - - - . . . - 
Chief Clerk, J. Hardie. _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ 
Chief Clerk lli
d Accountant, 
Chief EnJinee-r and (leneral SttperintnLdent of 
LiglttltmcHe8, W. P. Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,600 
Com-misxivllerand Ger.erallw;pectorof Fil<heries, 
E. E. Prince, RA., F.L.S. .............. ...... 2,200 
AHHi><tant En."ÜLPer, W. B. D3WBOIl, C.E. . .... .. 2,050 
Hydrographic Sllr/Jeyvr, W. J. Stewart. 1,650 
CMf) Clerk, W. L. }Ia
ee.. _ _ _ 1,950 
CMef Cle. k, R_ N . Yenning. _ _ _ _ _.' . . _ 1,8511 
Priv"te Secretary to tlte JIinister, E. Ba) field 
William!:-l.. ... _........................ - . . .. . 
tv Cle,'ks with salal'ies ranging from 
()() to $1,650 
pel' annum. 


3,200 
2,400 


.Agentx-(FI'Om 82,200 to $1,400 each). 
<?uebec.... . .J.. U. Greg?r.\" I ':ictoria, RC. . Jas. Gaudin 
St.John, N.H. ".J. Hardmg Charlottetown,' A Lord 
HalifaJ\, N.S... .J. Parsons P.E.I........ f . 
Sttperintendentx of Ligltts. 
Halifax, KS., C. A. Hutchins... ... . ...... .. .. $1,6()(' 
Ottawa, P. Hart." .... _ . . . . . . . . . 1,400 
St. .John, 
. R., John I\:elly.. _. _.......... 1,200 
Quebec, R D. 0' Fanell . . . _ . . . _ _ _ ...... . _ 1,000 


1,950 


Board of Examiners, "}Iustets ami Jlates. 
Chai-mwlI, W. If. Smith, R.N.R., Halifa.x ..... 1,800 
Clerk, A. G. Gilpin. . . . _ . . . _ . . . _ . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 
Halifax -.. .. .. D. Hunter I I\:ingston . - - -. T. ]<'. Taylor 
St. John, N.B. W. Thomas Quebec.. _.. _ .W.e.Seaton 
St. Catharines. W.)ldlwain Victoria, B.C. .Jas. Gaudin 
Ottawa. .}!. P. 
IcE)hinne.} 
Inspectors oj Boilers and ltlal"hillery. 
Chairman BOltrd S.S. Inspectors, E. Adam!;, 
Ottawa.. .. . . .. .. . . . . . . .. .. ................. 81,700 
Halifax, N:
. ..J. P. E;ù
ile I Queb
c - . . . . . . ; . J. Sal
ls.on 
St.John, KH.". L. "armg Hat 1 ortage. .G. P. PhillIps 
Toronto.. . . . . Jas. Johnston )Iontreal. . . . . _ . . W. Laurie 
Toronto.. . . . . . John Dodds Montreal... . . . . _ . L. AI})in 
Kingston, T. P. Thompson I \Ïctoria,ß.C..J.A.Thomson 
Inspectors of /lttllx. 
Toronto.... -" -" "'. E\an'i I Halifax, N.S.... .
. R. Hill 
Quebec. . . . . . . . P. Brunelle Kingston.. . . . _ . T. Donelly 
Ottawa.. 
L P. 
IcElhilll.'e
 Victoria, B.C., R. Collister 
St. John, N.H.... I. J. ü)l\-e 


1,600 


Inspector of {;O,.ernlllelit St,.am,.,.H and Pog Alarms, 
D. 
tevens. 


H a,.boltr COllllllÏsl!ÏonerH-Chairmen. 


Toront.o ........ .A. ß. Lee I Quebec....... -. E. Giroux 
3,200 }Iontreal. _ _ _ . _ _ H. Bulmer 
2,150 
1,330 Superintell.wmt .JIeteo,'ological Savice, TOI'ollto, 
R. F. St.upart ................... residence and '1,700 
Director oJ Observato,.y, St. John, .\".11., D. L. 
Hutchinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


950 


I nspectol"s of Fixhcl'iell. 
Nova Scotia, Disf-rict .No.1, A. C. Bertram, 
North S\dnev........... .............. .... 
K ova S,.olia, IJistrict No. 
, Roht. Hockin, Pictou 
.Nvva Scutia, District So. J.. ..L. S. Ford, Milton 


000 
900 
700 



lOR 


DO)IIN'ION OF CAXADA. 


[ 1897 


New Brun.
wick, Dil!trict No.1, J. H. Pratt, 
St. Andrews '...,........... . . . . . . . . . . . . 
...Yew B1'ItltsiWick, DilJtrict ...Yo. /!, Robt. A. Chap- 
man, Moncton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ,.... 
New Bntltl!wick, District ...Yo. 3, H. S. l\Iiles, 
Oromocto . . . . . . . .. ......... ............... 
Ontario. o. B. Sheppard, Toronto... .......... 
Prince Erl1va'rd ll!lltnd, 
Quebec, W. Wakeham, Otta\\ a. Ont.. ' . . . . . . . . . . . 
Briti.,h Columbia, John l\lc:S-ab, New West- 
minster.. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . .. . , 
.N. W.1'er., G.
. Da\idson, Fort Qu.Appelle.... 
Manitoba, R. Latouche Tupper, Selkirk...... ... 


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 


Minister of Agricultnre, Hon. 
idney FiKher. .. .. 
Deputy lJ/inister, W. ß. Scarth, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Secretary, A. L. Jarvis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..... 
Private Secretary, T. "'. Doherty... ........... 
Acting Accountant. F. C. Chittick.. 
Archives Branch. 
Archivist, D. BI'.nuner ...... "'. .............. 


:;;\10:) 


Copyrights and Trade Jlarks B1'anch. 
Registrar, J. B. Jackson ' 
Patents Branch. 
Dep1tty Commisi<ioner, R. Pope.. '. ' 
Chief Clerk, J. F. Dionne. . . . . . . 
Cltshier, W. J. L
nch 
,'<t'J,ttxtics Brallch 
Statii<ficiall, Geor
e Johnson. .... 
ASl<istltnt Stntil!ticÏlw, E. II. St. Denis. 


2,400 
1,6:lá 



:! ,200 


900 
600 
1,500 
],600 
1.000 
705 
UOO 


2, 800 
1,
87 
1,800 


DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE. 


$7,000 
3,200 
1,800 
1,100 
1, IOU 


JIinister of Trade and Commerce, Hon. Sir Rich- 
al'd J. Cartwright.. .... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. $7,000 
Deputy J/inisfer and Chief Controller ofChincsc 
Immigrarioll, W. G. Parmelee..,.. 
Jfinil!tu's Secretary, F. C. T. O'Hara.. .... 
Cle,'ks-J. P. Nutting. . . . . . . . . . . 
H. P. Ruck... '..... 
l\Iiss Edith Belforcl.. .. .. .. 
Miss A.:U Robertson. 
Miss 1\1. Shaw.. . ' , . ' . . . . ' , 


2,100 


4,000 
1,200 
1,400 
700 
650 
4!'i0 
401\ 


SUMMARY OF THE ACTS 


OF THE PARLlAtt1ENT OF CI\NADA, PI\SSED IN TltE SIXTH SESSIOf4 OF THE SEVENTH PARLlI\MENT, 
FIFTy-,.INTH VICTOIlIA (1896); SCHEDULE OF TITLES ATTI\CijED. 


CII -\PTER 1. Is the Supply RilL 
CIJ.-\PTIIR 2. Prmides for gi\'ing effect to the Behring 
Sea Claims Convention of 
lh February, 18!16. 
CUAPTER 3_ Authorizes the Governor-in-Council to 
ellter into a contract for a term not excecdin
 ten 
years for the performance of a fast \\ eekly steamship 
serviæ between Canada and the Pnited Kingdom for 
a subsidy not exceeding :-:750,0(10 per year; and ..lso 
to enter into a contraet for a fortnightl.\- steamship 
scrvice between Canada and 1<'rance and Belgium 
for a subsid,\' not exceeding 850,000 a year. 
CIIAI'TKR 4. Authorize!S the ex('hang'e hy the GO\ ern- 
ment of Canada of certain dehentures of the Mont- 
real Turnpike Trust now held by them. 
Cn -\PTER 5. Provides for the pa.nlJent out of securities 
deposited b,\' contractors of public works of the 
wages due the workmen and mechanics; makes pro- 
vision for the retention of railwa\- subsidies as 
security for wages. . 
CHAPTER 6. Continues the Voters' Lists for 1
96 in force 
for One year. 
CHAPTER 7. Provides lhat the deduction for absence 
from the sessional indemnity shall not be made in 
the case of a member of the Senate or House of 
Commons who has heen absent for lweh'e days 
durin
 the present session. 


CUAPTER 8. Amends the Customs Tariff, 1894, in respect. 
to mining and smelting machinery imported prior to 
]st July, 1897. 
CII.\I'TJo;R 9. Amends the Railway Act in respect of reso- 
lutions or by-laws made for certain purposes. 
CUAPTKII 10. Provides for an ad\'ance of $2,000.000 to 
the Montreal Harbour Commissioners up6n certain 
(lebentures to be issued by them, and also authorizes 
the Company to borrow 
I,OOO,OOO {Ol' the purpose 
of reùeeming debent.ures and bonds no\\ held hy the 
GO\'ernment of Canada. 
CU\I'TER 11. l'ro"ides that any loan company aulhor- 
ized to issue debenlures may make sueh debenture;ö 
pa,\ able to order, or to bearer, or to lhe registere(1 
holder, or olherwise, as the cmnpany deems advisable. 
CHAPTER 12_ :\fakes further provision again!St the adul- 
teration of honey. 
Cu -\PTER 13. Makps certain amendments to the Animal 
Contagious Disea<;e8 Act. 
Cn \PTJo;R 14. Provides in amendmcnt of the constitu- 
tion of the Supreme Courl t.hat such court shall 
consist of a chief justice, to be called the Chief 
Justice of Canada, and fh-e Puisne Judges; also 
that any four judges shall conKlÏtute a q1Wrtnfi of 
the Court. 
CUAI'TERR 15 to 53 are Prh.ate Acts of Parliament. 


COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKINC AFFIDAVITS FOR USE IN THE SUPREME AND EXCHEQUER COURTS 
OF CA,.ADA, 


NAMJo;. -\DVRt;SS. \I'I'OISTED. 
George DuvaL.... . Ottawa, Ont.... .... Aug-. 19,1876 
Rohert Cassels, jr. . Ottawa, Ont.., . Aug. 19,1ð76 
'Vinslow Warren. .. Boslon, U.KA. . Dec. 13, 1886 
Louis A. Audette. . Ottawa, (Int.......... Jan. 30. 1888 
Charles Morse.... . Ottawa, Ont.. . April 26, 1889 
Robert T. Litton... Jan. 3,18!10 
.'rank J. Leslie.. . . Liverpool, England.. ., April H. Ib!H 
Fred. K Grant. .. .. Melhourne, \ïct.oria. .. June I, 1891 
John Proffitt....... Westminster, En::land. July 14,1891 
James Dunbar... ..<luehec, Q,ue., ,....... April 25, 1
92 
L. W. DesHarres.. . Halifax, N.S.... _.... April 25, 18H2 
Robt. O. Stockton. .St. John, N.B. .'. '.. April 25, 1892 


SAMJo;. AVDRF.s,.,. API'OINTt:D. 
J. A. Long\\orth. ..Charlottetown. P. E.I.. April 25, 189
 
Jame" C. Prevusl ., Victoria, RC.... .. . April 25, 18!);? 
John Bruce.. '" Toronto, Ont... ... . April 25. 1892 
Louis II. Collarrl. . 
lonlreal, (lue........ April 25, 1892 
Geot H. 'i.Walker.. Winnipeg, :\Ian., ..', . April 25, 1892 
Di....ie Watson.. ....Regina, N.W.T...... April25,1892 
C. G. Johnson.... .Vancouver, B.C...... ,April 25, 1892 
Ed\\in R. Hogers. ..Call.!ar.\', K W.T...... .June 2,1892 
W. E. Peters...... .Sydney, N.S......... . April 25, U;92 
II. F. A. Gourlay...Melbourne, Victoria.. . Feb. 7,lb94 
Freù. W. Walker.. .New Soulh Wales.... . Fcb. 2:{,18!lá 
Jean A. Charlehois. Quebec, Que.,.., .... April 23, 18!)6 



(Condenspd and cUlTPcted, b}1 the JIilitia General ()nlr}"x, tn OctfJber, lsf/l:.) 



 hc (I
ncrn. 
AIDR-DR-CA\JP TO filE (J( Et:X, Co!. Sir Ca.
imir S. Gzowski, K.C.:\[.G.. (Honorary). 
GOYERXOR-GE:NERAL. 
TilE RIGIIT HOXOl'RAHLF. JOIIX CA\IPBELL HA"ILTO
 GORVOX, EARL OF ABt:RDEt:X, G.C.:\LG. 
(;u/;ernor-GelleTal's Secretar.'!.- John Sinclair, Esq., late Captain 5th Royal Iri::;h Lancels. 
A idps-de-CaJl/}J'- Captain B. C_ l'rquhart, The Queen's 0\\ n Cameron Big-hlander::;, alld Captain 
Herbert W, \\ïlbetiorce, (Jueen's Bays. 
Bxtra A ide5<-dp-Cawp.- Da\ id Erskine, E
q., Ro) al Scottish AI"l'her:ö, and Hon. A. J. 
larjorihanks, 
Ro\-al Scottish Archers. 
Honorary AÙles-de-Camp.--Lt.-Co!. Hon. J. 1'rÌ. Gihson, 13th Battalion; Lt.-Co!. II. R. Smith, 14th Battalion; 
Lt.-Co!. Hon. A. C. P. H. LandlT; Lt.-Co!. Hector Pré\ ost, 65th Battalion; Lt.-Co!. J. A. I,. Strath:... 5th 
Ro) al Scots of Canada; Lt.-Co!. A. E. Currpn, Canadian Artillery; Lt.-Co!. C_ !II. Boswell, !loth Battalion; 
Lt.-Co!. Hon. E. G. Prior, Canadian Artillery; :\Iajor Hem')" C. Sheppard; 
Iajor Grie
llach; Captain D. 
H. Macpher,,;on. 


DEPARnIEXT of mLITIA AND DEFEXCE. 
(OUall'Il.) 
'IINISTRR OF III1L1TI' AXD DEt'EXCF., lIon. FrederiC'h 
William Borden, :\r. n., :\1. P. (Surgeon Lt.-Colonel 68th 
.. King's Count:. .. Batt. of Infantry). 
I'ril'ate S('cl'etar/l, Harr:. W. Bro\\ n, Esq.. B.A. 
Deputy .tJ ini
ter uf ,lIilitia a/hi DeJence, Colonel Chas. 
Eu
ene Panet. 
Chief Clerk, Benjamin Suite, Esq., F. H.S.C. 
Secretaru (!f thc Department. Capt. Alphon'ie Benoit. 
A ccountall t. C. Herbert O':\leara. Esq. 
Director of Stores and K ep1'('7 vf "il. P, ope'rtie/l, Lt.-Co!. 
John }lacphel"Son. 
Inl'ppctor uf Sture", Lt.-Co!. John (;I'a.\. 
Arch itpct, Lieut. Frerlk. W. White. 
IIF.-\D QI'ARTF.RS STAt'F OF Tlli': \JIL'T1A. 
'Iajnr-liene/"lll COJl/l/landin.'l the Jlilitill, :\Iajor General 
William Julius Gascoigne. I 
Aide-de-Camp, Capt. Alex. :\IacLean, 4:kd Batt. Otta\\a PRO\"IXCE OF Q('EIIEC. 
and Carleton I{itle'l. :\ItLlTARY DISTRICT Xo. 5, 1M. Qrs. :\Iontreal.-Dixt,.ict 
Adjutanl-Gpneral of Militia"t lIcad QuarterJl, Colonel Officcr CIIII/lllnndin!!, Lt.-Co!. C, F. lIouA'hton; D.i,,- 
lion. .Matthew A\ Imer. I trid Stalr OJ!icer, :\Iajor _\lexandre Ro.\: Supt. of 
..:15<.,t. Adiutllllt-GpÎteral uf Militia nt lI,'nd Q"nl'fp/,s, Stme/l,IIon'y Lt,-Co!. G. 
Iattice; Di.,t. Paymaster, 
Lt.-Co!. 

 La C
erois T., Irwin. .. Hon':. 
lajOl' L. E. ,Frenette. 
Oel'1(
!1 .h
I. Ad/!/tallt-(.eneral at lle(ttf QUa/ie/s, 
In.ITARY DI!'TRICT :'\0. 6, Hd. I.,!rs. St. John's, P. Q._ 
:\1
Jor II. C. F. Bliss. . . . . Dil'I"'-ct Office/' ClltnlllaltllillJ, Lieut.-Col. G. d'O. 
Qtll!der-Jfa./lt
r-GeIlPTal of MllltlU ell Ilead QUa/ters, ,l'Orsonnens; Di"trict Staff O.t!icpr, :\Injor 1". }t. Pope 
Co!. P. H.
. Lake. . , , (Sherbl'lJoke); /Jixt. 1'1I!f/ll/' andS/Ipi. uj"StUl'pl',I1on', 
bl5<pectlYr of Camb'y, 
IaJor f, L. Les'iarll, I{o)al Can. Capt. L. F.. Frenette (J[untreal). . 
nra
oons (Tol'Ontn). _. , 
IIlJlppcfo/'s of A.rtillel"Y, Lt.-Co!. C. F.. Montizamhert .\JILI
-\RY DISTRICT ,:No. " Hd. <lrs. Quebec.-D,,<t':Il
t 
(Quebec), Lt.-Co!. W, II. Cotton (King.qt"n). I O.f!lCel" C/lllllllalldw[J, Lt.-Co!. T. J. 
hlchesna.r: !JI>>.t. 
IIl5<pector of Rn!1illeers, the Professor of Fortification, ':mlm/'. alld Supt. uf Sto/'es, Hon \ Lt.-Co!. \\. H. 
H. III. College. I f orrest. 
JlIslIPctm'/I/!f lllfl/nt/'!!, Lt.-Co!. G. J. :\Iaunsell, R. R.C. I. "ROnXCJI; OF XE\\ BRI.XSWICK. 
(Pred..rid(l/I, .\",1:.), Lt.-Co!. \\. U. Otter, R. R.C. I. :\[n.'TARY DISTRICf 
o. 8, Hd. Qrs. Fr
dericton, X. B.- 
(7'0/'011 to). Di/lt/'ict (
f/i,'er COllllllandin[l, Lt.-Co!. (
. J. Maulisell ; 
."taft ()f/i.'pr to Engilleer Forcp, Co!. Sir C. S Hzowski, Dist. l'a!ll/lr. and SlIpt, fIt Sfores, Hon') :\[ajor And. 
ILC,:\I.G. (Ilonllral"U A.D.C. tll the (.)neen), PI/ronlo. J. Armstrong (St. John, X. fl.). 
Surqpon-r:enPTal,Co!. lIat'h:.' Ber
in,:\L n.(Corlltcall,l lilt.) 
Of'/I. -""melllls-(lenemi. Surg-. Lt.-Coh-l. F. W. Strange 
(R.RC.L, 1'o/"tlnttl); J. L. H. Xeilson (R.C.A., Ki/J!J
- 
tlln, Ont.); F. W. Cmnphell IH R.C. I.. St. Jllhn'", (,II/c.): 
C. C. Se\\ell (R.C..\,. (,II/rbec); U. S. It:. erson (Torullto); 
William Tohin (fln'
fa,r). 


DISTRICT :o,TAFF. 


I'RonXCE Ot. OXTo\RlO. 
\In.ITARY DISI'RlCr Xo. 1, He!. Q,r!'. Londou.-LJistl"Íct 
O.tJìcer CUIII//Iallding, Lt.-Co!. lIenry Smith; Dilót. 
PI/Nml'. I/nd Supt. I!t' Store/!, Hon'y Lieut.-Co!. M. 
DeB. Dawson. 
'IILITAR\" DISTRICT :/'\0. 2, Hd. (Jrs. Toronto.-DiJltril't 
I
f/il'el' COlilmandillg, Lt.-Co!. \\. II. Otter; Dixt. 
I'I/.'!I/Ir. and Stlpt. of Stores, Lt.-Coi. (ret.) John V. 
Gra\ele.". 
1IILIT-\RY DlsTR,er Xo_ 3, lId. Qrs. Kingston.-Di.,trict 
Offiæl' COl/llllanding, Lt.-Co!. W. H. Cotton; DI:.qt. 
Paymaster and SIlJlt. of StureS!, Bon'y Captain F. 
Strange. 
.\IJLIT-\RY DISTRICT :-00.4, lId. Qrs. Otta\\a.-Officer Com- 
mandin.? the Distlfct, Colonpl Hon. :\1. Aylmer, A.G. 


PRQ\'IXCJo: OF XO\-A IoICOflA. 
)hLITARY DISTRICT Xo. 9, JId. Qrs. Ha1ifax.-lJixtrid 
tJffiPPI" C",mnaneling. Lt.-Co!. ,J. II. [ninA'; /Jistrict 
Sta.t!. Offit'pl', 'lajor J. A. Blaek (.4 mhn'st); Supt, (
f 
Stures and Disl. PaUII/I'" Capt. J. E. CUrren. 
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DOMIKION OF CANADA MILITIA LIST. 


PRO\'INCE OF MA
ITOBA. ALOO
IA WEST OF NEPIOON, 
N..W. TERRlTOR'KS A
D DIS1R'Cl' OF KJl:t;WATHi. 
MILITARY DISTRICT No. 10, Hd. (lrs. Winnipeg.-Distrirt 
Officer Commanding, Lt.-Coi. J. G. Holmes; Dist. 
pa'!J,nr. and Supt. of Stm'es, HOII.). l\Iajor J. Fraser. 


PROV'NCE OF BRITISH COL\"MBIA. 
MILITARY DISTR'CT :No. 11, Hd. (lrs. Victoria.-Dist'rict 
OJ}icer Commandill!l, Lt.-Coi. J. Peters; Dist. Paymr. 
and Supt. of Srores, Hon
'. l\Iaj. A. W. Jones. 


PRO\'INCE OF PRIXCt: EDW ARD ISLA);D. 
MILITARY D'STRICT No. 12, lid. (lrs. Charlottetown.- 
District 01fÌl'er COlli ilia lulill!J, Lt.-Coi. F_ 
. Moore. 
Di.xt. P"YlIIlt.<tpr and S1I11t. of Stores, Hony. Maj. G. 
L. Dogherty. 


ROYAL "'LIrARY COLl.t:OE OF CAXADA. 
I
ingston, Onto 


Cmnmandant, 
; Sta1f-A IVt., Lt. -Co!. S. C. McGill; Prof. 
oj !lilitary I1tBrOrH, S1I /"L'e.'lin,q, lJ/ ilitary TUl'ograplt!J, 
Reconnaissance, Joc., Capt. A.H. Lee (Lt., B.A..); Pro- 
fessor of blathematics, .t'c., I. E. Martin, Esq., RA.; 
J'rofessor 01 Furt(fication, JI ilitary Engineering. .(;c., 
Capt. P. G. Twinning (Capt., R.E.); PrQfelisor Ql 
.A rtillery, &c., Capt. C. E. Eng-lh"h (B.A.); Ini1tructor 
1,U Fortificatiun, Jlilitar11 Ellgineerin,q, J;c., Lieut. W. 
R Lcsslie (R. E.); .1liliist(wt 1I1litntCror in Mathe- 
matics, Captain A. G. G. Wurtele; Assistant In- 
strllctor in Snrvcyillg, Jlilitalll Top'J!J/'lll'hy, &c., 
Cap"tain J. R Cochrane; AS8istant 11ll,tructor in 
Mathemati.cx, Lieutenant F. B. Yercoe; Professor Qf 
Englü;h, Rev. C. L. Worrell, bl.A.; Professor of 
Freehand Drawing, ke., Forshaw Day, Esq. (R.C.A ); 
P'"OIessorof French,A.V.lIuval, Esq.,bl.D.;Plofessor 
qf Civil Engineerin!}, .l:e., R. C. Harris, Esq., C. R.; 
Pro/exxm' of Physics, (l:c, John Wadrlell, Esq.. B.A., 
Ph. D., D.Se.; 1I1cdiwl O.ifìcer, Surg. Lt.-CoL J. L. H. 
Neilson, "1.D., D.S.G. (R. C. Arty.); Paymaster, 
Hony. Capt. F. Stran!{e. 


AUT I V E 
I I LIT I A. 
PEIDIA:>JE
T FORCE. 


ROYAL CA
ADl'S DRA<}Q()NS. 
The Imperial C.}'pher, V. R. I., surmounted by the Im- 
perial Crown. Unifo!'l11, scarlet; facings, blue. 
STATIOXS: "A" 
quadron, Toronto, Onto " B" Squad- 
ron, \Vinnipeg, Man. 
Majors: "A," Maj. F. L. Lessard. .. B," 
Iaj. T. D. B. 
Evans. 
Lieutenants: "B," Bt. Capt. E. 11_ T. Hewarrl; .. A," 
Bt. Capt. V. A. S. Williams; "A," Bt. Capt. W. 
1<'orestpr; .. B," Bt. Capt. E. W. G. Gardiner; F. H. 
C. 
utton; .. A," Chas. 
t. A. Pearse. 
Surgeon Lt.-Col.: .. B," A. Codd, lII.D. 
Vet. Captain: .. A," W. B. Hall. 


ROYAL CANADIAS ARTILLERY. 
The Ro)'al Arms and Supporters with a Gun. .. Canada" 
(ahove), "Quo Fas et Gloria ducunt" (below the 
Gun). The Imperial Cyph.)r, V. R. I., surmounted 
by the Imperial Crown. Uniform, blue; facings, 
scarlet. 
l,ietltenant-Colunel CO/ilII/(mdinrl: De la C. T. Irwin, 
Asst. Adjt. Geneml for Artillery at Hearl (luarters; 
L.eutenant-Culoneli 0/1 tlte Sta.!": C. E. l\Ionr.iz<1mhert, 
Inspector of Arty. ((lueùec, P. Q.); W. H. Cotton, 
Inspector of Arty. and D.O.C. (Kingston, Ont.); J. G. 
Holmes. D O.C. (Winnipeg", Man.). 
FIELD nATTKRI
: .. A," l\.ingston, Onto Jl/a}or, C. 'V. 
Drury; Cal tltin, .J. A. G. Hudon; Lieutenants, Br. 
Capt. G. II. Ogilvie, Bt. Capt. F. M. Gaudet 
(seconded as GO\ t. Cartridge Factory), Lieut. H. E. 
Burstall, Bt. Capt. W. E. Cook, Lt. A. F. March; 
SUrgeoï
 Lt.-Cul., J. L. II. Neilson, D.RG.; Vet. Ca]l- 
tain, J. Massie. .. B," Quehec. P. Q. "'fctjor, Lt.-Co!. 
J. F. Wilson; Lie/ltenant
, Bt. Capt. O. C. C. Pelletier, 
Lieut. J. A. Ben.} on ; Vet. Lieut., J. Edmond Couture. 


GARRISON COMPANIKS: No.1, Quebec, P. Q. 1Ilajor
 
R. W. Rutherford; Captain, V. R Rivers; Lieu- 
tenants, J. H. C. ('gilvy, H A. Panet; Sur!Jeun Lt.- 
Cul., C. C. Sewell, D.
.G.; Quarter .Jla
ter, Hon.)'. Maj. 
W. E. Imlah. 
o. 2, (luehec, P. (l Najor, A. A. 
Farley; Cltptain, Thos. Benson. Lieutenants, Bt. 
Capt. J. A. Fages, H. C. Thacker, J. E. L. du Plessis. 


ROY AL REGIMEST OF CAXADI 0\;>; IXFASTRY. 
The Imperial C.}'pher, V. R. I., surmounted by the Im- 
perial Crown. Unifoml, scarlet; facings, hlue. 
Lieutenant-Culonel COII/II/anding: Geor
e J. Maunsell p 
D.O.C., No.8. 
Lielttenant-ColOl.els on the Staff Commanding Reyi- 
1I1-ental IJefJots: Reg-. Depot No.1, I,pndon, Unt.: 
Henry Smith (L>.O.C., 
I. L>. No.1). Reg. Depot No. 
2, Toronto, Ont.: W. D. Otter (D.O.C., M.L>. No.2). 
Reg. IJept.. No.3, St. John's, P.Q. : G. d'O. d'OrRonnens 
(D.O.C., M. D. No.6). Reg. Depot NO.4, (o'redericton p 
N. B.: G. J. 
Iaunsell (D.O.C., 111. D. No.8). 
1flaiors: 4, Bt. Lt.-CoL \V. D. Gordon; I, BL Lt.-Coi. B. 
II. \'idal; 2, Bt. Lt.-Coi. L. Buchan; 3, Maj. D. D. 
Young. 
Lielttnlant8: 1, Bt. Capt. T. D. R. Hemming; 4. Bt. 
Capt. R. L. Wadmore, Adjt. and Qr. Mr.; 3, l:!t. Capt. 
J. C. MeDougall, Arljt. anrl Qr. 1.11".; 2, Bt. Capt. It. 
Cartwright, Arljt. allli <lr. Mr.; 4, Rt. Capt. E. Chinic; 
1, Bt Capt. :-'. J. A. Denison, Arljt. and Qr. Mr.; 
3, Bt. Capt. A. O. Fagcs; 3, Bt. Capt. C. F. O. Fiset; 
4, Bt. Capt. A. H. Macdonell; 1, I,t. A. E. Carpenter p 
2, Lt. P. E. "hacker; 4, Lt. V. I. V. Eaton. 
Surgeon Lt.-Colonels: 3, Swy. Lt.-Col., F. W. Campbell. 
D.S.G.; 2, SIITg. Lt.-Cul., "'. W. Strange, D.S.G.; 1. 
Sur.'!. Lt.-Col., M. J. Hanavan; 4, Swry. Lt.-Col., R. 
I\IcLearn. 


f'AVALRY. 
Royal Canadian Dragoons (see PERMAII"EXT FORCE above). 
The Governor General's Body Guard. Dragoons. 
(Toronto.) !lotto: "Nulli Sec1tndu8." Uniform. 
hlue; facings, whit.e; plume, white; lace, sih'er. 
Lt.-Cololld, Georg-I' T. Venison. ,UaJor, Bt. Lieut.- 
Col. Orlanrlo Dunn. 
Four 1'roop8, Toronto: Ca"tains, Bt. Major C. A. K. 
Denison, nt. Maj. .J. R. Button, F.' A. Fleming', G. 
T. Denison, jr.; PaYllla.
ter, A. E. S. Thompson; 
Ad.iutant, Capt. W. H. l\lerritt; Qr. tIT., 1I0n'y 
Major John Sloan; Sw'g. Lt.-Col., F. Le
1. GraRsett. 


1 st Hus
ars (Ild. Qrs., London, Ont.). Unifonn, bl';le'; 
facmgs, buff. Lt.-Col., W M. Gartshore; ],[aJor, 
Troops: "A," St. Thomas, Capt. ; 
"B," London, Capt. J. B. 
tothers; "C," 1.loore- 
town, Capt. Robert G. Stewart; "D," Kingsville. 
Capt. A. H. King; PaYllla..ter, T. S. lIobbs; 
Adjutant, Lieut. J. G. l\lerrisoll; Q'r. 1I1r., Hon'y 
l\lajor Benj. Big-gills, JI'.; SUiy. Lt.-Col., S. A. 
King, 
I.D. 


')n d Dragoons (Hd. Qr8,., St. Cat
larines, Ont.). l!ni- 
- - form, blue; facmgs, wh,te; plume, whIte. 
l,t.-Colonel, Wm. Buchner (Wellltnd); !Iajor, R. W. 
Gregory (St. Cutharinel<). 
Troops: "A," 
t. Catharines, Capt. W. P. Stull 
(Humer); "B," St. Ann's, Capt. and Bt. Major F. o. 
Burch; "C," Burford, Capt. and Bt. Maj. T. L. Jones; 
"1\" Queenstoll, Capt. A. D. Ii. Sen os (.Niagara); 
.. E," Weiland, Capt. W R Fergu"on (Nia!lara Fallll); 
.Adjutant. Cape J. B. Baldwin (Toronto); Qr.1I1r.. 
Hon. Capt. James Sheppard; Surg. blaj., G. M. 
Warren. 


3 I "The Prince of 'Vales' Canadian Dragoons ,. 
r( (lid. Qrs., Pete,'boTu' Ont.). Uniform, searlet; 
facing-s, yellow; plume, black and red. Ornaments 
and badges: Front plate for helruet, two maple 
leaves, stems crossed, above which a beaver couchant, 
surmounted hy the Prinpe of Wales' plume and 
motto. The whole surrounded by a band from which 
issue stellar rays, enrls of band dr00ping-. Inscrip- 
tion .. Prince of Wales' Canadian Dr
oons" 00 
hanrl. Pouch and sahretache ornament: the Prince 
of Wales' plume. Lt.-Colond, H. C. Rog-era. 



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DOl\IINION OF CANADA MILITIA LIST. 


111 


IXFASTRY-RANK AND FILE. 


Tt'Qttplf:" A," Colborne, Capt. W. W. Brown; "B," Mill. 
brook, Capt David Sutton; "C," Peterborough, Capt. 
W. D. Johnstone; "D," Wellington, Capt. Hugh 
)[cCulIoch; Paymaster, Hon'y 
Iaj. J. G. Hagerman; 
Adjutant, Lt. It. A. Cockburn (,tlmbrouk); Qr. J[r., 
HOIl'Y Capt. Chas. Stapleton; ðwy. Lt. Col., Henry 
Turner, 111. D. 


4th Hussars (Rd. Qrs., Kinglltnn. Ont.). Uniform, 
blue; facings, buff. Lt.-Colonel, John Duff. 
Troops: .. A," King-ston, Capt. and Bt. :\Iaj. Archd 
Knight; "B," Wilton, Capt. Thomas Cl.\'de; "C," 
Loug-hboroug-h, . "D," Prescott, 
Capt. alld Bt :\Iaj. John Raney; Pa!/?nallter, HOIl.v. 
Capt. 1.1. W Strang-e; Adjutant, 2nd Lt. Alfred Bin- 
nington; Qr. Jlr., Thos. Todd; Surg. Jlaj., H. R. 
Duff, ltI. D. 


"' tl Dragoons (Hd. Qrs., Cookllhire, Que.). Uni- 
Ð I form, blue ; facin
s, white; plume, white. Lt.- 
ColonÛ, J. H. Taylor; J[ajor, .J. F. Learned. 
Troopll: "A." Cookshire. Capt. II. S. Farnswort h ; "B," 
Sherbrooke, Capt. G. L. :\Ic
icol; "C," St,anstead, 
Capt. John Clal'ke; "D," Compton, Capt. A. L. 
Pomroy; "E," Sutton, Capt. J. S Billings; Paymr., 
HOllY. Capt. H. A. Taylor; Adjutltnt, 
; Qr.-Jfr., II. H. Pope; Sur!}. Maj., Alex. 
Dewar,1.I.D. 


6th" Duke of Connaught's Ro,ral Canadian. Hus- 
sars." (lid. Qrs., Jlontreal, Qll
.). Un,form, 
blue; facing-s, buff. Lt.-Colonel, Colin McArthur. 
Troops: "A," 
Iontreal, Capt. Frederick Whitel.\.; 
" 8," St. Andrews, Captain and Bt. 1l[aj. 1\lartin 
Wanle!!S; "C," Havelock, Captain John G. Barr 
(Prant'ier P. (J.); "D," Clarence\ille, Captain G H. 
)Ia.cfie; Paymaiifer, Hony Captain C. A. I ockerby ; 
Adjutant, 2nd Lieut. John Scriver; Qr. Jfr., D. W. 
Lockerby; Sur[J. .l/aj., J. R. Spier, }I.D. 


8t h "J:


e:
d \





 :'

a




S:


1



1;:
 
the Coror;'et of H.R H.' the Prince...s Louise; \\ithiÌ1 
the "Garter" the Number VIII., \\ith the motto, 
.. Reg-i I'atriæque fidelis" (lld. Qrii., Rothesuy, 
N. n.) Vnifonll, blue; facings, buff. Lt.-Colonel, 
James Domville(St. John); J/ajorfl, Alfd. Markham 
(St. John), H. :\1. Campbell (Apohaqui) and F. V. 
Wedderburn (Hampton). 
7'.yoops: "A," Hampton, Capt. F. B. Black;" B," 
Ossekeag, Capt. A. J. 
Iarkham; "C," A poha.qui , 
Capt. D. H. Fairweather; "D," ::5ackville, Capt. D. 
J. Fowler (Rammondvale) ; "E," Johnston. Capt. 
; .. F," 1\lcDougalI Settlement, 
Capt J. A. McDou
alI; "G," SprinJ..,rfield, Capt J. 
H. McRobbie (St. John). "H," Sackville, Capt. J. W. 
Domville; PaymlMter, Hon'}' :\Iaj. J. J. Woodward; . 
Adjutant, 
Qr. Jfr., C. F. Harrison; 81trg. !faj., J. E. ltlarch. 
M.D. 


The Queen's Own Canadian Hussars (QlIl'bec). Vni- 
fornt, blue; facings, buff. j/ajor, T. S. Hetherington. 
Two Troops, Quebec: Captains G. B. Lawrence and R. E. 
W. Turner; f>ctymaxter, Hony. :\Iaj. W. W. 1\Iartin ; 
Adjutant, Capt. A. H. D. W. Breakey; (Qr. .'Ir., A. 
E. Clint; 8urg. J[aj., C. E. Elliott, :\I.D. 


INDEPENDEXT TROOPS. 
The Princess Louise Dragoon Guards (Ottawa). Badj;\"e: 
The joint monogram of H.R.H. the Princess Louise 
and of His Exc)'. the Governor-General, the Marquis 
of Lorne, and consists of a Princess' coronet and 
Marquis' coronet, the former above and the latter in 
the centre of two im"erted L's, representing Lorne- 
and Louise. Unifomt, hlue; facings, white; plum!'. 
white. Capt., Robert Brown. 



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DO!tlINIOX OF CANADA !\IILlTIA U
T. 


King's Canadian Hussars (Kentvillr. N.8.). Badge 
and Motto: A wreath of Mayftowers supporting the 
Imperial Cro\\ n. Below the Crown and overlying- 
the wreat.h, a scroll, with the motto, "Yota Vita 
Iea." 
Under the wreath, a ribbon bearing" the desig-nation, 
.. King's Canadian Hussars." rlliform, blue; facings, 
white: plume, white. Jla)or, J. W. R
an; Capt., 
It. S. :\Ia<;ters. 


Ht,h, "Durham" F. R. (Port Hope, Ont.). .Uajor, 
Bt. Lt.-Co!. William l\lcl,ean; ('apt., C. J. Sn)'der; 
Surg. !tla)., H. A. Turner, 
I.D. 
IMh, .. Shefforrl" F. It (Gran II]!, QI/e. '. !tlajor, B
. Lt.- 
Co!. Theophile Am)'rauld; Capt., Wm. Ka)'; HI/rg. 
Lt.-Col., J. B. Gibson, ,M.D. 


16th, "Guelph "-see abol'c, at 1st Brigade lid. <lrs. 


'Ianitoba Dragoons: lTn\form, sparlpt; facing-s, white. 
"A"' Troop (Iïrden, JIll/I.). Capt., E. A. C. Hosmer. 17th. "Sydney" F. B. (X. .'I.). J[ajor, W. McK. McLeod; 
"B" Troop (Port((ye 1,a Prairic, J'IU1
.). Captaill, Capt.. Walter('I'O\\e; Surg. ]I[aj., M. A. 
IcDonald, ;\I.H. 
H. J. Woodside. 


Winnipej.{ Troop of Dragoons (Winn;pe,q, ,1[all.). Un i- 
fonn, hlue; facings, buff. Capt., Cornelius I\:nig-ht. 


CAXADIA:-.I ARTILLERY. 
The Ro
al Arms and Supporters with aGun. "Canada" 
(above), "QIIII Fax et Gillria d IICllllt" (below the 
Gun). L"niform. blue; facings, sc:ulet. 
(Fill" Ro
'al Canadian Artillery-See PER"ASE:>T FORCIi. 
above. ) 
.'U:LD R.\TTERU;I';. 
1st Brigacle( Rrigade lId. QI'iI., GlIi'lllh, Ont.). Lt.-Col., 
Will. !\"iPOll. 
Batti'1".'1 lId. QI"K: 11th Battery, Guelph, Capt. Alex. 
Murchison. 16th Battery, Guelph, :\Iaj. John Da\ id- 
son; Capt. J. L. Simpson: Adj,!tallt, Captain H. D. 
Merewethcr; 8111"g. .1faj., Jas. Lindsay, l\I.D. 


1st, "tluebec" F. R. 111ajo/", T. Lefenre dit Boulanger; 
Capt., Edmond Laliberté; SI/r. JJ1a)., .J, 2\L Turcot, 11.D. 


2n<1, .. Ottawa" F. n. (Ont.). !t[ajor, W. G. Hurdman ; 
Capt., ; Pa1l1/l/"., Hon
". Maj. A. S. 
Woodburn; Slug. Lt.-Col., W. it. Bell, 
I.D. 


3rd, .. Montreal" F. B. (Qne.). l1lajOl', G. R. Hooper; 
Capt., H.ÏPhard 'l::ostig-an; Sllrg. ,1[aj., C. W. \\ilson, 
!tI.U. 


4th, .. Hamilton" F. R. (Ont.). .1Iajo/", nt. Lt.-Co1. H. P. 
Yan Wagner (Stun?! Creek); Capt. and RI. ft/aj., J. 
. 
Hendrie; Su/"g_ 
[a)., A. R Osborne. 
I.D. 


5th, "Kin
ston" F.R (Ont.). Jlajo/", Wm.:\1. Drennan; 
CaJlt., J. :\1. Caines; Sltrg. .1laj., Da\ id Cunning-ham. 


6th, "London" F.R (Ollt.). Jlnjo/", B. S. Wood; Capt., 
; Surg. !tIftj., G. H. Wilson, 
I.D. 


nh, .. Wel1and Canal" F. R. 1St. Catharinrx, Ont.). 
.Uajor, Bt. Lt.-Co!. Frank King; Capt., J. E. Arm- 
strong; SlIry. JIaj., Elisha Jessop, 
I.D. 


8th, "GananofJue" F. B. (Ollt.). Unjo/". Bt. Lt..-Co1. 
William 11('Kenzie; Capt., S. A. 11cKenzie; Sltrg. 
Jlaj., G. H. Bowen, :U.D. 


!1th, "Toronto" F. R. (Ont.). .1/a)o/",.J. H. :\Iead; 
Capt., Robert :\r
 les; Su/"g. !tfaj., J. E. Elliott, !!I.H. 


OARRISÜ:ol HATT\LJO
S .
:\"P CO\IPA:>IES. 
1st. ,. Halifax ,. Re
iment (s. S.). I,iel/t.-Colonel, A. 
E. Curren. A.D.C. .1/a)ul"s, W. A. Garri5on, Ja8. 
l\Iaxwell, w. ,7 
tewart, A. G. Hesslein, F. H. Oxley. 
l'apfaÏ1tJ,/. F. W. Parker, J. S. Dimock, Henry Flowers, 
W. :\1. Botsford. l'a?lll!axter, lion'.\" Capt.. E. D. 
Adams. Adjutant, Maj. F. H. (lxle
.. Q..1[., Hon'
' 
Captain II. .J. Harris. SlIrg. Lt -CIII., T. I{. Almon, 
M.D. 8u/"g. fA.. (hl
' C. .Jones, :\I.D. 


2nd, .. l\lontreal" Re
iment (Que.). l,t. ('olunPl, F. :\1. 
Cole. .1/a)"r
. John Og-ilv.\, R. H. Heid. W. N. Kin
. 
Cal)tailt
, W. H. Featherstone, E. It. Bartoli. W. A. 
Co1lins. l'a!l/l/axtrr, Hon')" Major W. C. Trotter. 
Ad)utant, Capt. }<'. Ii.. W. Hibbard. Q. .1/., ,1. H. 
W
 nne. SlI,.g_-Jfa.lurll, F. G. Fillle), !lI.D., and J. :\L 
Elder,:\1 D. 


3rd. .. Kew Brunswipk " Regiment (Hd. Qrll., St. J"l/ll. 
S. B.). [,to ('olonPl, .Iohn H. Ar1Il!-\tl"Ong. 1/aju/", u. 
\V. Jones. CIIII/])aniex: No.1. Hr. ,Iohn, Capt. S. D. 
Cl'awfol"<l: No.2, Carleton, Capt. ,J. B.:\1. Baxter: 
So. 3. Portland, Cap[. It. H. Uordon: 
o. 4, St. John, 
Capt. T. E. n. Armstrong; No.5, Fain"ille, Capt. F. 
L. Temple. Pa?/lIlIlsta, : .41l!t., Cap!. W. 
W. White. (Ir. JT.'., Hon'y 1laj. ,J. J. OOl'(lon. SU-I"!f. 
Lt.-Cn/., J. W. Ð:miel, :\1.11. Surg. Capt., Joseph 
Andrews, :\1. D. 


-!th, "Prince Edward Island" l{!'giment (lld. Qrs., Cluu'- 
loffrto/l"lt, J'. B. 1.). Lt.-ClIlouel. J. A. Longworth. 
.1[ ajor, W. A. C). 
Iorson. CUII!]la II iell 
 1\0. 1, Charlotte- 
town, Capt. II. 
Il'L. Da\'ison: 
o. 2, Charlottetown. 
Capt. F. W. L. More; 
o. :I, Georgetown, Capt. ('has. 
Owen; :-.10.4, Souns, Capt. ,Jao.;. Brenan; :-.10. 5, :\lon- 
tague, Capt. ; PI/!lIII)'., R F. HOfl
son. .Ad,;t.. 
Lt. F. P. Conell. Qr. J/r., lIon'.'" 
Iaj. Edmund 
Cameron. SU/"[I. JTaj., S It. Jellkins. SUI'y. Capt., 
G. cmlis, 
I.II. 


5th. .. British Columhia" Re
iment (lId. Ql"s., Ir-icto/"ia, 
ß. r.). lA.-ClIlolli'I, lion. KG. Prior, A.D.C. J[ajol"l
, 
T. O. Townley, .... B. Greg'ory. nenj. Williams, A. G. 
Sargison. Captainll, It. R. 
lul1l'o, 
I. G. Blancha/'d. 
Paymaster, . .1 djl/tant, Capt. C. :o;t. 
A. Pearse. QI". .II., A. C. Flumerfelt. .5'1/)','1. !t[a,Ì., 
G. H, Duncan, 
1. D. Sw'!}. 1 t., A. }1. Robertson, M.D. 


:-.10.1 Company, Lévis (QlIe.). !t[(/jOI", J. O. Martineau; 
Capt.., Lal'ane Marsan. 



o. 2 Company, Lé\Ïs (QI/e.). .1lajlll', G. S. \Ïen; CO}Jt., 
J. P. Bergcron. 


Cobourg ('omp.."1.ny (Ont.). Cal,t., N. F. Mac
achtan. 
10th, "Woodstock" F. R (N. B.). J[aj/JI". m. Lt.-Co1. 
F. H. J. Dihhlee; Capt., C. H. Elllery; 81/1"g. .l.1Iaj., Mahone Ba)' Company (N.S.). Capt., P. A. Ernst. 
W. N. Hand, 
Ln. 


11th, .. Guelph "-see above, at 1st Brig-ade lId. (lrs. 


Dig-by Company (X.S.). Capt.. Bt. l\1a.j. John Daley. 


l
th, "Newcastle" F. E. (X. B.). !t[aJ")" Pictou Company (N.S.). Capt., A. J. Crail!. 
; Capt., R. L. Maltby; SlIl"g. .Ilelj., 
Itobert 1\icholson. 


13th, .. Wirmippg-" F. R. (.Unlt.). .1[(1)01", m. Lt.-Col 
L. W. P. Coutlee: Capt., Eù\lÏn Doirlge; SlIry. -'[aj., 
H. J. Blanchard, :\LD. 


Yarmouth Company (X.S.). Capt., nt.-
Iaj. T. R. Jolly. 


Quebec Company (QI/e.). .1/a)ul', L. A. Hudon. Capt., 
G. P. Roy. 



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9 11(1 Battalion, "Queen's Own Rifles of Canada" 
- (Toronto). Badge and De\ice: A maple leaf (in 
sih-er for officers, and bronze for non-commissioned 
officers and men) on which a scroll or garter, clasped 
with a buckle and bearing the legend, .. Queen's Own 
Rifles," anel the IIlOttO, .. In pace paratus," encircling 
the figure 2 and surmounted by the Imperial Crown_ 
Cross belt ornaments: A lion's heacl, cham and whistle 
in sih'er, with a centre ornament on a silver plate be- 
tween two wreaths of maple leaves (silver) conjoined 
at the base encircling a Maltese cross of black enamel 
fimbriated, hetween the arms of the cross four lioncels 
(sih-er) passant-gardant-charged upon the cross a 
plate of black enamel ins('ribed \\ith the fll,,'1.lre 2 with 
a border also of hlack enamel and fimhriated, inscribed 
with the words "Queen's (h\n Rifles." Over all the 
Imperial Cro\\n in silver resting upon a supporting' 
tablet of the same. Lt. .Colonel, R. B. Hamilton. 
Ro
'al Regiment of Canadian Infantry (see PERMA:oIEXT Major", J. M. Delamere and H. 
1. Pellatt. 
FORCE above). I Ten Companiel/, Toronto: Captain8, 13t. :\Iaj. J. A. 

Iurray, Bt. Maj. J. C. 
IeGee. Bt. Maj. W. G. 
Iutton, 
, (0 ' BI. Maj. J. B. Thomp!:!on, P. L. 
Iason, E. F. Gunther, 
The GO\ern,;>r General.s Foot 
uams tta!(
L.). Lt.- RoLt. Rennie, A. G. Peuehen, T. D. D. Lhn.d. Pa1/- 
.Colonel, "; E. Hodgins. "'(/){)
', A. L. Jan,s. ma
teT, A. B. Lee. Adjutant, Capt. )1. R. 
Iercèr. 
StxCompruueil, Ottawa: CaptflLIIR, S. C. D. Roper, H. Qr. !tlr., Hony. Maj. J. R. Heakes. Surg. !tfaj., Wm. 
P. H. ßrumell, E. E. F. ,!a)"lor, J. H. Trrrell, H. A. I Nattrass, )I.J}. Surg. Lt., L. L. Palmer, :\I.D. 
Bate, D. R. Street. AdJllta lit, Capt. I. R Ta) lor. 
Q.!l., Hon'r 
Iaj. W. L. H"eroll. 
W"fl. Maj., A. J. 
Horsey, M.D. SLUg. Capt., J. A. Grant, jr., )I.D. 3 1 Battalion, ""ictoria Rifles of Canada" (.J1untreal). 
rl This Battalion is allo\\ed to bear the words 
I II EC'cles' Hill," in reC'ognition of the senices rendered 
1 ' t Battalion, "Prince of Wale,,' Regiment" (.1/on- by it at that en
agement. Lt.-Colonel, G. R. Starke. 
S tTPltl). 
Jolto: "
ulli Secundus." Lt.-Colonel, !tla.iors, A. H. Sims, E. B. Busteed. 
T. P. Butler. !tfajors, J. P. Cooke, W. H. Laurie. Si:r; Cmllpalliell, :\Iontreal: Captainil, C. W. 
Ieakins, 
Six CompanÙ'JI, 
kmtreal: CaptainJ!, John Porteous, A. T. Ogilvie, WID. Rodden, Morley Pope, J. N. S. 
,I. A. Finla.yson, Bt. Lt.-Co!. John Hood. Pa]flllaJltpT, Leslie, E. W. \ViI!:!on. Pa?/Iltaster, Hon.,'. 
Iaj. C. W. 
Hony. Capt. .J. D. G. Lefebne. A rljt. , Capt. W. L. Radig('r. Adjutant, Cal't. G. A. S. Hamilton. Qr. 
Bond. Qr. Jlr., Wm. 
impson. Sary. "JIll}., T. G. JIT., Hon). Capt. Andrew Bell. Surg. Maj., H. S. 
Roddick, 
I.D. 8llrg. Ca]'t., G. T. Ros
. Birkett, 
I.D. Sur!!. Lt., W. H. Jamieson, :\I.D. 

 


EXGJ
EERS. 


Vniform, scarlet; facings, blue. 
Charlottetown Comp:l.ny (P. E. I.J. Capt., Bt.-Maj. 
W. A. Weeks. 


Brighton Company (N.B.). ltla)ur. D. }lcLeod Vince, 
( Lower BI ight'm). Capt., J. R. Tomkins. 


1
f'.\XTRY .\
D RIFLES. 


Infantry Uniform, scarlet; facin
8, blue. 
form, green; facing!:!, !:!carlet. 


Rifles Cni- 



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5t II Battalion, ., Royal Scots of Canada" (lIIontreal). 10th Battalio'! "Ro):
l Grena;diers." Authority ha
 
Badge: A boar's head with the motto, .. Ne been given th,s Battahon to wear upon its 
obliviscaris," in the Garter under it. [-i.-Culonel, J. A. colours the word" Batoche," in recoO'uition of the 
L. Strathy, A.D.C. .I/a)Or8, E. B. Ibbotson, W. M. Corps having been ill that engageJJ1e
t durilll' the 
Blaiklock. North-west campaign of 18
!í. (1'orunto.) Badge: 
Siz Companips, Montreal: Captains, G. 'L Cameron, In centre on shield, figure 10 with crown on top 
G. S. Cantlie, J. S. Ibbotson, J. Carson, T. H. behind both and showing above crown and IO
 
Browne, HJ" Sinm,s. PaJlNlr., Hon.\. .Maj. William a sheaf of spears; on dexter side Thistle and Sham- 
Foulis. Atlþltant, Bt. Maj. F. L. L) don. Qr. !tlr., rock; on sinister side Roses, and in base Maple' 
lIon'y Maj. R. G. Fost,er. Surg. J/f/j., Rollo Camp- Lea\'es. The shif'ld surrounded with Garter bearing 
bell, 
1. D. the motto. "Ready, Aye Ready," which is surrounded 
- by a wreath of laurel leaves, hehind which and extend- 
6 I Battalion " FmÜliers" (J[ontreal) Badge '_ ing outside wreath a militar) star. The whole 
t 1 Quarterl
" Fil'st or a' beaver l;ro
er on' a I surmounted .by a Royal Crown. Lt.-Colot.el, James. 
mount, ')ert. Se
nd, g;lles,'a 'lion 1'a.
sallt, (Jr. Third, 'l'

a"tl
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tpors, J. V. H
y, John.BI:uce. 
azul'e, a grenade, ar,'lent, embellished, or. Fourth, R G '.fr
ttt::' 1oronto. CajJtallt;" F. A: " Cast,?n,. 
arl/cnt a spriO' of three maple leaves proper The I " ,. . B. Cameron, ". T. Ta"'
He, "III. 
whole 
dthin abgarter azure' buckled and fimlJ
iated Lehmann, G. A. Stnnsoll, A. J. Boyd, A. E. Gooder- 
or. Crest: An Ìndia
 war\"i
r proper holding a ho
 ham, H. A. Willis. Adjt., Capt. J. .D. Mackay. Qr. 
in his dexter hand, and having a quive
 of arrows over 
lr., R
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ery. Surg. .,Ia/., . . 
the sinister shoulder. Motto:" Vestigia nulla retror- ur.'}. a.1.,.K E. Kmg, M.D. Jlun y ChajJlal1l, Rev. 
sum." Lt-Colonel, J. II. Burland. !tIajorR, J. D. Mac- A. H. Baldwm. 
lennan, J. B. MacLean. 
Six Companies, }Iontreal: CaptainR, V_ E. 
Iitchell, 
W. E. Findla), A. K. Shorey, W. B. COIl\'en;;e, G. J. 
Henderson, 'V. )1. Amlrews. Pltymastpr, Hony. Maj. 
lJavid Seath. Adjutant, Bt. 
Iaj. Thos Atkinson. 
Qr. !tIT., Hon')' :\Iaj. W. D. )IcLaren. Surg. .1Iaj.. J. 
H. Bell, M.D. Surg. Capt., H. D. Kemp, }I.D. 


7 th Battali?n, "Fusilier:s" (Lmulon). Lt.
Culoltel, w. 
H. Lindsay. Jla)urs, Thos. Beattie, Geo. W. 
Hayes. 
Six Companies, London: Captainil, L. H. Dawson, John 
Graham, F. J. Fitzgerald, J. A. Thomas, E. o. Gra\'es, 
P. J. Watt. Paymaster, 1I0n'y Maj. Duncan Mac- 
millan. Adjutant, Capt. H. A. Kingsmill. Qr. !tlr., 
J. 111: Moore. Surg. .1IItj., W. J. Mitchell, M.D. Surg. 
Lt., Jno. Piper, M.D. 
8th Battalion, "Royal Rifles" (Quebec). Badge anÌl 
motto: A lion's head and whistle to be connected 
with three chains, all in silver, a cenh'e ornament on a 
polished silver plate between two wreaths of laurel 
leaves of frosted silvet', conjoined at the base. includ- 
ing a Maltese cross of frosted silver, between the arms 
of the cross four liol/celR passant, gardant; charged 
upon the centre of the cross a plate of frosted sih er 
inscribed with VIII surrounded with a horder al"o of 
frosted silver inscribed w,th the "ords "Roval 
Rifles"; on a silver scroll char
ed on the hase of this 
centre ornament where the wreaths are joined, and 
inscribed with the regimental motto, "Volens et 
Valens." O\er all the Imperial Crown in silver rest- 
ing upon a supportive tablet of the same. The pouch- 
belt ornaments of sel'geants to be of similar fonn, but 
of bronze, in!:-ltead of siher. Lt.-Colonel, G. R. White. 

/ajor8, G. K A. Jones, J. S. Dunbar 
Six CumpanieR, Quebec: Ca,.taÙtS, W. J. Ray, C. J. 
Dunn, J. B. Peters, G. L. "an Felson, II. J. Lamb, 
W. H. Davidson. Adjutant, Capt. W. C. H. Wood. 
Qr. 1IIr., Hon'y Capt. T. II. Argue. Sum. 
faj., H. 
R. Ross, )I.D. SUI"!I. Lt., G. H. Parke, )I.D. 
9th Battalion Rifles, "Yoltigeurs de Quebec." Badges 
and 
Iotlo: A St. Louis Cross, surmounted by 
the Imperial Crown, having at each of it.s angles, 
Fleurs de Lys, and in the centre the numeral 9 en- 
circled hy the designation ,. Voltigeurs de Quebec"; 
on a j;croll at foot, the Regimental motto, '. Force à 
Superbe 
Iercy à Foible." Cross-helt ornaments: A 
lion's head, chain and whistle in silver. The centre 
ornament to consist of the ahove-descrihed barlge in 
siher. Forage Cap Badge: A bugle in siher with the 
numeral 9 in its centre. Ornament for Pouch: A 
bugle suspended t.v a knotted ribbon, with cords and 
tassels. Lt.-Colonel. T, A. H. Ro)". !tlajor, Bt. Lt-Col. 
Arthur E\'anturel, L. F. Pinault. 
Eight Cumpanie:<, QuelJec: Captains, P. G. Roy, A. 
Garant, J. A. W. LeBel,Osc. E'I'anturel, L. F. L. Stein, 
Fdmond Trudel, Luc Routier. Paymastcr, Hon'y 
Maj. N. Z. Le"asseur. Adjutant, Capt. J. P. G. 
Ouellet. Qr. 1IIr., Hony. Maj. Aimé Talbot. SUT,fJ. 
Maj., Arthur Watters, r.I.D. Surg. Capt., Z. S. 
Gil1o.'!son, M. D. 


11 t h Battalion of Infantry, .. Argenteuil Rangers' 
(lid. Qrs. St. AI/drews, Que.). Badge: A Mili- 
tary star, in the centre the numeral 11, encircled 11) 
the additional de!:-lignation of the Battalion. The 
whole encircled by a wreath of l\Iaplt> Leaves sur- 
mounted by the Imperial Crown, with the motto" No 
Surrender" on a scroll underneath. Lt.-Culonel, J. R 
Cushing ICushil/!!,l.!ue.). !tlajors, Wm. Hoy(CarillulI)- 
and G. B. Martin (Cu>ihÙI!/). 
Com-panies: No.1, St. Andrews, Capt. Thos. Weight- 
man; No.2, West Gore, Capt. William Good (ShrP'/l'>i- 
bury); No.3, Morin Flats, Capt. A. Watchorn; No.4, 
Lachute, Capt. G. D. Walker; No.5, East Gore, CapL 
.John Rogers; No.6, )Iille Isles, Capt. John Pollock; 
No.7, Carillon, Capt. A. E. Hodgson; No.8, Chat- 
ham, Capt. John Earle. Paymaster, Hony. !tlajor 
Thomas Lamb. Adjltfant, Capt. William Williamson. 
Qr. !tlr., Will. Pollock. Surg. Lt.-Cui., W. H. Ma
'- 
rand, M.D. Sur[]. Lt., G. 1<'. Shaw, M.D. 


l .) tll Battalion of Infantry, "York RanO'ers" (Hd. 

 QrR. Aurora, Ont.). 
Iotto:" Cele
 et Audax.'- 
Lt.-Colnnel, James Wa)'ling- (Sharo!!). .'lItjo7s, T. H 
Lloyd (Neu'marketì anf! J. T. Thompson (Tol'onto). 
Companies: No. I, Riverside, Capt. George Vennell;. 
No.2, Aurora, Capt. A. I{. Ni.'ol; No.3, SeatoJ1 Vil- 
lage, Capt. J. K. Leslie (Toronto); No. 4, Ne\Vmarket
 
Capt. J. A. W. Allan; No.5, Richmond Hill. Capt. 
Alf. Curran; No.6, Parkdale, Capt. F. W. Brown 
 
No.7, Sutton West, Capt. Frederick Wm. Unitt; No_ 
8, ":orkvilIe, Capt. J. E. Verral. Pal/mIMte,., Hony. 
Maj. J. It. StevE'nson (Sutton). A djl!tlt1tt, Capt. 
James Wayling (Shal"on). Qr. Jlr., Hon'y Capt. 
Alex. Gillies. Sm'!!. IIlaj., R. M. Hillary, M.D. 
13th Battalion of Infantry (Hnmiltnn, Ont.) IIon'y' 
Lt.-Coloni'l, Hon. John !If. Gibson, A.D.C. Lt.- 
Colunel, A. H. r.loore. !tlltjors, Henry 
[cLaren, John, 
Stoneman. 
Eight CO/1/panieR. Hamilton: Captlân.y, nt. Maj. E. G. 
Zealand, Bt. 
[aj. E. E. W, Moore, S. C. Mewbllrn
 
F. B. Ross, W. O. Tidswell. W. W. OsbornI', R. II. 
Labatt, J. II. Herring. Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. 
Charles Armstrong". Adjutant, Bt. Maj. J. J. Stuart. 
Qr. Jlr., Hon'y Maj. J. J. Mason. SlIrg. Jlaj., H S_ 
Griffin, .M.D. Surg. Capt., G. S. Rennie, 
I.D. 
J 4t 11 Battalion, "The Princess of \\ all's' Own Rifles" 
(King8ton, Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, lIenry R. 
mithpo 
A. D.C. Major,.J. S. Skinner. 
Six Companies, Kingston: Cltptai7l:<, Wilfred Hora, 
R_ E. Kent, F. L. Cartwril'ht, C. M. Strang-e. Pall- 
maxier. 1I0n'y Capt. A. J. Sinclair. Adjutlt1tt, Bt. 

Iaj. .James Galloway, jun. Qr. Jlr., Hon')' Capt. W. 
J. A. White. S1tr!l. .t1ltj., R. W. Garrett, M.D. Surg. 
Lt., .John Herald, M.D. 


15th Battalion, "Arg"yle Lij,rht Infantry" (Belleuille. 
Ont.). Device and Motto: The Garter, sur- 
mounted by a crown, and inscribed thereon, .. Argyle 
Light Infantry." Within the Garter the numeral À \T 
surmounted by a boar's head. The Garter surmounted 
by a wreath of r.faple Leaves supported by the colours. 



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of the Battalion, and, underneath, the motto, "Nulli 
Secundus." Lt.-Colonel, W. 
. Ponton. JIajor, J. 
E. Halliwell. 
Six Compltnies, Belleville: Captains, W. W. Pope, J. E. 
Walmsley, STewart )Iuir, S. W. \'ermilyea, W. J. 
Osborne, U. A. 
[CGuinness. Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. 
J. L. Biggar. Adjutant, _ Qr. .JIr.,. 
Hon'y Capt. Ed\\-arù Donald. Sllry. 1IIaj., J. E. 
t;akins, )I.D. Chaplain, Rev. 
1. W. 
Iaeleall. 


1 6 th "Prince Edwård ", Battalion of Infantry (Bd. 
Qrs., Pictun" Onto). Lt.-Colon!3l, Alex. Mc- 
Donnell. Jfajors, F. J. Horrigan, Angus Lighthall. 
Companies: :So. 1, Picton, Capt. F. W. Adams; No. 
2, Milford, Capt. R. G. Ostrander; No.3, Consecon, 
Ca.pt. A. S. 
kCornock; No.4, Picton, Captain C. H. 
f'ergUSOII; 
o. 5, Rossmore, Captain A. W. Weese; 
No.6, H.ednersville, Pay- 
master, . Adjlttant, 
Qr. Jfr., Hon') 
Ia.j. Donald Ross. Surg. Jlaj., 
Edward Kidd, 
I.D. 


17th II LI','is" Battalion of [nfantry.(R
. Qrs., L
vi,<, 
. Qlle.). Lt.-Colonel, L. G. DesJardms. ,}laJors, 
Bt. Lt.-Co!. Auguste Fournier (St. Rap/wel), A. E 
Demers. 
Cllmpanie/;: No.1, Point Le,'is, Capt. and Bt. 
Iaj. R. G. 
Bourget; No.2, Led!;, Capt. and nt. 
Iaj. Alt. Lefran- 
cois; No.3, Levis, Cap. P. Beg-in; No. 4, 
ew Liver- 
pool, Capt. and Bt. 
Iaj. I. E. Demers; No.5, I'5t. 
Henri, Capt. J. A. Gllenet (.Vonfreal); 
o. (i, :st. 
Lambert, Capt. A. Gagne; No.7, St. Raphael, Capt. 
.Joseph Bolduc; 
o. 
, Ste. Claire, Capt. Francois 
}Iorin. Paymaster. 1I0n'y Capt. C. G. Beaulieu. 
AdjutUitt. J. A. 
Iorin. Qr. .If,.., Ulric Valiquette. 
Sltry. Maj., J. A. P. I.ord. 


19t1 "Lincoln" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., St. 
I Catha rines, Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, G. C. Carlisle. 
MajorR, James Hiscott (Virgil), W. H. Da)'. 
Compani.es: 
o, 1, Niagara, Capt. H. G. Ban; No. 2, 


St. Catharines, Capt. J. S. Campbell; No.3, St. Cathar- 
ines, Capt. Frederick H. Fitzg-erald; No.4, Beams- 
,il1e, Capt. W. A. Vosburgh; No.5, St. Catharines, 
Capt. F. W. Wilson; No.6, Virgil, Capt. T. E. His- 
cott. PttYlllas!er, Hony. Capr. '1'. C. Dawson. Adjt., 
Capt. Geo. Thairs. Qr. l}fr., Hony. Capt. J. T. Groves. 
SlIrg. Maj., W. H. 
Ierritt, 
I.D. 


.JOt} "Halton" Battalion, "Lorne Rifles" (Rd. Qrs., 
... 1 JHlton, Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, Wm. Kerns(Bltrling- 
ton). Jlajors, W.P. Appelbe (Stewartown, Halton)a.nd 
G. S Good\\illie (Gportfetown). 
Companies: No. I, Oakvil1e, Capt. J. E. Cullingworth 
(Trafalrlar); Xo. 2, Stewarto\\ n, Capt. A. L. Soble. 
(_Vorl'al); Ko. 3, Georg-etown, Capt. W. P. Moore; 
No.4, Camphellvil1e, Capt. .\latthew Beattie; No.5, 
Bnrlington,. Capt. A. Gallo\\ ay (Burlin!Jton) ; No.6, 
Acton, ; No. 7, 
Iilton, Capt. 
and Bt. 
Iajor, Wm. Panton. Paymaster, J. R. Barber. 
Adjutant, Bt. Major T. W. Fox. Qr. .JIr.. Lachlan 
Grant. S'!ln. ßfajors, Clarkson Freeman, M.D., and 

nlton McCrimmon, }I.D. 


.) 1 st Battalion, .. Essex Fusiliers," (Hd. 9rs. Wi?td- 
- 80r,Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, J. H. Beattie. 1IlaJor, 
James C. Guillot. 
Companies: 
o. 1, Windsor, Capt. George Cheyne; No. 
2, Leamington, Capt. J. E. ,Johnson; No.3, Essex 
Centre, Capt. W. H. Rus'lell; 
o. 4, Walkenille, 
Capt. S. C. Robinson; 
o. 5, Windsor, Capt. W. 
W. Dewson. Paytrw,sft!l", Hony. :\bj., F. x. 
Ieloche. 
Adþttant, Capt. S. l'. Reeves Qr. .blr., E. S. Wigle. 
SUl"g. !lfaj., H. R. Casgrain, }I.D. 


.).")nd Batralion " Oxford Rifles" (Hd. Qrs., Wood. 
- - stock, Unt.). Badge and Motto: A Maltese 
cross having at each of its angles a British Lion, and 
in the centre the numerals 22 encircled by the desig- 
nation, "The Oxford Rifles." The whole encircled by 
a wreath of Maple Leaves tmrmounted by the Imperia.l 
Crown, \\ith the motto, .. Pro ari!! et focis," on the 



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wreath, at ba!<e of badge. Lt.-Coloml, James Munro 
(Embro). .'[ajors, J. C. Hegler (Ingersoll), F. W. 
Macqueen (W oodstoclr ). 
Companies: No.1, Woodstock, Capt. E. L. 
Iorton ; 
No.2, Embro, Capt. J. G. Ross; No.3, Princeton, 
Capt. A. D. Muir; No.4, Ingersoll, Lieut. J. Yance; 
No.5, Norwich, Capt. George Bleakley; No.6, 
Strathallan, Capt. Wm. Andison; No.7, Wood. 
stock, Captain H. V. Knig-ht; No.8, Thamesford, 
Capt. Daniel Quinn (Ea.:t .N iss01tri). Pm/master, 
Hon'y Maj. James 8utherland. Adjutant, nt. }Iaj. 
W. H. Da\ is. Qr. .'[r., Hon'y Capt. A. S. Ball; SlIrg. 
Maj., John ltlcWilliam, 
I.D. Surg. Capt., A. T. Rice, 
M.D. 


23 1" Beauce" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 
r( l.lall1bton, Que.). Lt.-Colonel, J. Geo. Bignell. 
/.Iajor, Thos. J. de M. Taschereau. 
Companin,: No. I, 8t. Vital de Lambton, Capt. Ed- 
mond Fortier; No.2, Aylmer, Capt. and Bt.-}Iajor 
DamasI' Paradis; No.3, St. Vital de Lamhton, Capt. 
and Bt. Maj. Louis Paradis; No.4. Ste. Marie, Capt 
George :\Iorissette. Paymaster, G. L. Taschereau 
(Ste. !tlarie, Bcallce). Adj/ttant, . 
Qr. !tlr., L. J. A. Rosa. Sttrg. Maj., J. A. Samson, 
M.D. 


2 - t h "Elgin" Battalion of Infantry (lId. Qrs., St. 
;) Thollla
, Ont.). Barlge and :\Iotto : The Seal of 
the Count
' of Elgin, \\ ithin a Garter bearing the 
words .. Elgin Infantry," and the numerals XXV, 
surrounded by a Maple wreath, having at top a beaver. 
Below the wreath, a scroll with the motto, .. Officium 
Primum." In rear of all and extending beyond the 
wreath, an eight pointed star, surmounted by the Im- 
perial Crown. For front plate of helmet, the ahove- 
described badge will be of gilt metal, except that the 
Seal of County, the beaver and the scroll bearing- the 
motto, will be of silver. Lt.-Colonel, John Stacey. 
!tlajor, 
Fonr Companies, St. Thomas: Captaills, A. F. McLach- 
lin, F. T. Stacey, W. J. Green, W. N. Andrews. Pay. 
ntlt>!ter, J. J. Teetzel. Adjutant, . 
Qr. !tlr., Archd. Bingham. Sttry. .'Ia}., Robert 
Kains, M.D. Surg. Lt., A. A. McCrimmon. 


29th "Waterloo" Battalion of Infant.ry (Hd. Q7'S., 
. Berlin,Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, J. L. èowan (Galt). 
Majors, "í. H. Cooper, George Acheson. 
CompanvR: No. I, Berlin, Capt. H. J. Bowman; 
No.2, Galt, Capt. W. M. Kerr; No.3, New Hamburg, 
Capt. F. H. :\lcCallum; No.4, Galt, Capt. Wm. Picker- 
ing-; So. 5, Hespeler, Capt. J. H. Ellis; No.6, 
Berlin, Capt. H. :\Iartin Paymaster, Hon'y Major 
Adam Cranston. Adjntant, . Q. !tI. , 
James Jardine. Sllry. ,'fctj., It. J. Lockhart, M.D. 


30th .. Wellington" Battalion of Rifles (lId. Qrs., 
. G1IClph, Ont.). Lt.-Col. W. W. White (Arthur). 
ltlajors, John :\Iutrie (Oustic), D. M. Allan (Nichol). 
Companies: No. I, Harriston, Capt. Robert Holtom ; 
No.2, Guelph, Capt. D. L. Schultz; No.3, Fergus, 
Capt. .T. .T. Craig; No.4, Elora, Capt. Alex. Moir 
(Nichol); Ko. 5, :\Iount Forest, Capt. J. H. Coyne; 
No.6, Eramosa, Capt. Arch. Johnson; No.7, Erin, 
Capt. T. E. Carbery; 
o. 8, Palmerston, Capt., Bt. Maj. 
Wm. Jamieson; No.9, Guelph, Capt. L. C. \Videman; 
Ko. 10, Arthur, Capt. . Paymaster, 
Hon'.\" Maj. Edmund Han'ey. Adjutant, . 
Qr. ltlr., 1I0n'y Capt. W. M Mann. SlIry. !tlaj., W. 
H. Johnson, 
.D. SlIrg. Capt., J. G. :\Iennie, M.D. 


31st "Grey" Battalion of Infantr
 (lId. Qrs., Ou'cn 
Sou/ld,Ont.). IA.-Col., J. P. Telford (Leith). 
Jlajm's, J. Rorke (Clar/rMb1trg), A. G. Campbell (Col- 
lingwood). 
Companies: No. I, Owen Sound, Capt. A. J. S\)encer; 
No.2, Meaford, Capt. H. R. Cleland; No.3, Owen 
Sound, Capt. Uobt. McKnÏl!ht; 
 o. 4, Durham, Capt. 
Saml. Jas. McGirr; No.5, Chatsworth, Capt. John Mc- 
Donald; No.6, Flesherton, Capt.. C. J. Sproule; No. 
7, Clarksburg, Capt. Edward ROl"ke (1'hl'r1!bury); 
No. 
, Owen Sound, Capt. C. K. Grigg-. Payma:-<ter, 
Wm. 
Iasson. A/Uti/ant; Qr. 
!tfr., J. D. McIntosh. SIU'!}. I,t.-Col., C. R. :\Iaclean, 
M.D. Sury. Capt., Edmund Oldham, :\I.D. 


3.)nd .. Bruce" Battalion of Infantr.\" (Hd. Q.rs., 
. ..... Wltlker/oll, Ollt.). Badg-e: Front plate for 
helmet, gilt dull maple leaf, raised garter \\ ith 
" Bruce Infantry" in burni
hed gilt Roman letters. 
Burnished gilt numeral!< .. 32" in-centre. On scroll 
below. the motto" Amor Patriæ." L/.-Colunel, J. H. 
Scott (Kincardine). Majors, Allam Weir (Walker- 
ton), Ainsley :\Iegraw. 
Companies: No. I, Port Elgin. Capt. W. C. Forrester; 
No.2, Kincarrline, Capt. Hugh Clarke; No.3, 
Lucknow, Capt. ; No.4, Paisley, Capt. 
John Nelson; 
o. 5, \Valkerton, Capt. .John Hen- 
derson; No.6, Tara, Capt. W. J. Doug-la!'s; No.7, 
Wiarton, Capt. R. L. Graham; No.8. Teeswater, 
Capt. V. R. Waldo. l'a.ll"llo;ter, Hon'y :\Iaj. A. R 
Klein. Adjutallt, Capt. \\". J. Holden (SottthltIl11'ton). 
(,J.IIf., William :\1. Shaw. Sur!]. IIfai., De W. H.Martin, 
M.D. Sur!]. L/., P. J. Scott, :\1.1). 


26tll "}Hddlesex" Battalion of Light Infantrr (Hd. 
Qrs., London, Ont.). Lt.-Culonel, John Irwin 
(Strltthroy). Major, Robert McEwen (Ryron). 
Companips : No. I, D
laware, Capt. H. C. Garnett; 
No.2, Delaware StatIon, Capt. G. W. Marsh; No.3, 
Glencoe, Capt. D. E. 1\1. Stuart; No.4, IIreaney's 
Corners. Capt. T. E. Robsou; No.5. J.ucan, Capt. 
J. B. )Iilliken; No.6, Park Hill, Capt. W. J. 
McRoberts; No.7, Strathroy, Captain T. R Welch; 
. No.8, Ilderton, Captain Bart. Robson. Pa!l7lla.
ter, 
Hon'y :\Iaj. John Stevenson. Adjutant, ' 
Qr. .ifr., J. H. lticintosh. Surg. 'Ia}.. W. F. Roome, 

I.D. I 
- 1 33 d "Huron" Battalion of InfantlT (Hd. Qrs., 
27th " Lambton" Battalion of Infantry, "St. Clair r f;oderich, Ollt.). Lt.-Colonel, John G. Wilson 
Borderers" (Hd. Qrs., Santia, Ont.). 
Iotto: (Scafo7"th). !tlajon, J. A. S. Yarcoe (Carlow), J. A. 
.. Semper paratus et fidelis." Lt.-Colonel, C. S. Ellis. Wilson (SI'a/or/II). 
Major J. F. Kenward (Watford). Companies: No. I, Gorlerich, Capt. Dudley Holme!!, 
CompanfeR: No. 1. Pe
rolea, Capt. H. J. D

\'sf)n; 
o. 2, Wingl1[:
u, Capt. C. E. 
ïlliam
; K
.r3, Seaforth; 
No.2, Fore!!t, Capt. \\. 1\1. Br
 ant ; 
o. 3, \\ Idder, Capt. Alex. \\ IIson; 
o. 4, Chnton, Ca\)L rt. B. Combe; 
Capt. W. H. Douthwai!e; ]l;o.
, WaJ"\\ick, Capt. No.5, Brussels, Capt. R. 
. }Ja
.s; 
o. 
, Exetêr, 
; 
o. 5, POlllt Edward, Capt. J. F. Capt. H. T. Rance; No.7, Porters HIli, Capt. 
O'Neil' No.6, Watford, Capt. ; No.7, J. W. Shaw (Goderich TOt/'w/hip); No.8, Gorrie, 
Sarnia 'Capt. Rohert :\Iackenzie. Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. J. Kaines; 
o. 9, Dung-annon, Capt. Wm. 
Maj. S: A. )Iac\icar. Adju/ant, Capt. F. 'Yo Kitter- Young. Plty ,.aster, Hon')' :\
aj. Fra!!. Jorllan. Adju- 
master. Qr. Jlr., T. F. Towers. Sltrg. Mal., Rohert tallt, CapL C. J. A. Cunmmrham-Dunlop. Q. Jl., 
l:ibson, M.D. SlIrg. Capt., A. N. Hayes, :\I.D. Hon'y :\Iaj. Joseph Beck. Surg. Lt.-Cul., W. J. H. 
_ Holmes, M.D. S111"g. Capt., J. R. Shannon. 
2 R tll "Perth" Battalion of Infantr,\' (Hd. Qrs.. S/1"ltt- 
_ ford Ont.). Lt.-Culonel, R.S. McKnight. !tlajurs, 
H. A. L \Vhite (Sf. Jfary's) and W. C. Moscrip. 
C07l1panic>!: No. I, Stratford, Capt. G. AleJ\.ander; No. 
2, Stratford, Capt. and Bt. Maj..G. T. Cooke; No.3, St. 
l\Iary's, Capt. Da\ id W. Jame...on; Ko. 4, St. Mary's, 
Capt. Jas. Hamilton; No.5, Stratford, Capt. H. W. 
Copus; No.6, Stratford, Capt. Williamson Gu
'. Pay- 
master, Hon'y :\Iaj. William L
wrence. Adjutant, 
. Q.M., Hon y Capt. Geo. Beck. 
Sury. !tIa;., W. T. Parke, :\I.D. 


341,1 "Ontario" Battalion of Infantry (/ld. Qr:-<.. 
1 Whitby,Ont.). Badge and 1lotto: Malte8e 
Cross 8urmounted with the motto" Fidelif< pi Pa,."t1/R." 
The regimental number in Roman numerals in the 
centre. - The whole encirded with a wreath of :\Iaple 
Lea\'es and surmounted with a Ro\ al Crown. Lt.- 
Colonel, K. F. Paterson (Port PeTr.II). J"ajoTiI, J. E. 
Fare\\ell, J. A. 1IcGilli\ra
' (flxln'ilf[le). 
Cmnpanie8: No.1, Whithy, Capt,. A. G. Henderson; No. 
2, Greenwood, Capt. T. A. :\lcGilli\ ra
.; 
o. 3, Oshawa, 



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D(HUXIOX OF CANADA )I1LITL\ LIST. 


117 


Capt. J. F. Grierson; Xo. 4, Beaverton, Capt. C. A. 
Paterson; No.5, Uxhridge, Capt. S. S. Sharpe; :JS'0. 
6, Brooklin, Capt. William1:;mith; No. Î, Canning-ton, 
Capt. C. F. Bick. PuymaJiter, Hon'y Capt. Horace 
Bascom. Adjutant, Bt. 
Iaj. James Rutledge. Qr. 
Jlr., Robert Dillon. Surg. Lt.-Cul., Francis liae, 
I.D. 
Surg. JJaJ., D. P. Bogart, )LD. 


3 5th Battalion of Infantry, "Simcoe Foresters" (Hd. 
. Qrx., Barrie, Ont.). )Iotto: "Spectemur 
Agendo." Lt.-Colonel, W. E. O'Brien (Shanty Bay). 
Jlajors, James Ward (Barrie), R. G. Campbell (Col- 
lingwood). 
Compames: No. I, Barrie, Capt. A. H. O'Brien (Shanty 
Bay); No.2, Colling-wood, Capt. George W. BnICe; Xo. 
3, Coldwater, Capt. John Gmy; 
o. 4, Vespra, 
Capt. Fredk. Sneath; Xo. 5, Barrie, Capt. J. B. .\Ic- 
Phee; No.6, Hunts\ille, Capt., Bt. .\laj. Christopher 
Peacock; No. Î, Orillia, Capt. T. H. Drinkwater; 
o. 
8, Midland, Capt. B. H. .-\rda!;"h. Pa!llllaster, Hon')" 
'Iaj. Joseph Rogers. Adjutant, Bt. 
Iaj. Jos. F. Smith. 
C/.
I., J. F. Deane. Slug. ,'Iaj., J. L. G. )lcCarth
, 

I.D. Sum. Capt., ltiehard Raikes. 


36t l l "Peel" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs.. Bmmp- 
tun, Ont.). .\Iotto: .. Pro aris et focis." Lt.- 
Colf/nel, Richard Tyrwhitt (Bradful"dl. JCajors, G. T. 
E\.ans (To1"Onto), J. A. Duff (Cookf<town). 
Companies: No.1, Brampton, Capt. J. S. Brown; :JS'0. 2, 
Port Credit, Capt. R. C. Windeycl'; 
 o. 3, Cookstown, 
Capt. John I\:nifton; No.4, Albion, 
; 1\0. 5, Bond Head, Capt. A. L. Arm- 
strong; No.6, Alliston, Capt. H. Graham (Wext 
Essa); No. Î, Shelburne, Capt. O. Heron; Xo. 8, 
Orangeville, Capt. W. Wallace. Payma>Jter, Hon'y 
.\lajor Vhristopher Coohe (Cuokl5tuu'n). A dj1ttant, 
. Q.JC., Hon'y Capt. E. ,J. Carter. 
Surg. ,Uuj., James Henry, .\I.D. Sury. Lt., 'V. DeW_ 
C. Law, M.D. 


3- , th "Haldimand" Battalion of Rifles (Hd. Qrs., 
York, Onf.). Lt.-Colonel, Robert H. Davis. 
Jlajor, R. L. NeUes. 
Companies: No.1, York,f'apt. Andw. Williamson; 
o. 
2, Cayuga, Capt. A. T. Thompson ; 
o. 3, Caledonia, 
Capt. Joseph Cleneh; No.4, Hag-ars\ ille, Capt. B. A. 
Griffith; No.5, Jar\is, Capt. Wm. C. Yanloon; 
o. 
6, Dunnville, Capt. A. E. Rasnick; Xo. 7, Caledonia, 
C:J.pt. S. N. Da\is. Paymaxfer, Hon'." .\Iaj. John H. 
Rogers. Adjutant, Lieut. W. 
1. Weir. Q.ltf., Hon'y 
Capt. J. A. Gill. Sllrg. U.-Col., Jacob Baxter, .\I.D. 
Surg. Capt., David Thompson, .\I.D. 


39tl .. Xorfolk" Battalion of Rifles(Hd.Qrs., Simcoe, 
· 1 Ont.). Badge: A Maltese cross surmounted by 
the Imperial crown, at each angle of the cross a 
British Lion. In the centre of the cross the numeral 
39 encircled by the designation, "Norfolk Hifles, 
Canada." Badge for cross-belt: A .\Ialtese cross as 
above described, encircled by a wreath of Maple 
Leaves'smmounted b). the Imperial Crown. Badges 
to be silver for officers, bronze for non-commi..sioned 
officers and men. Lf.-Colu/lel, H. L. Coombs. Jla)ors, 
I. E. York (JrafeJ:ford), T. R. Atkinson. 
Companiefl: 
o. 1, Simcoe, Capt. (;eo. A. Curtis; No.2, 
Hartford, Capt. Wm. Renton; .No.3, Port Rowan, 
Capt. Geo. l'rice (St. Williums); 
o. 4, King-slake, 
Capt. C. B. Matthews; 1\0. 5, Waterford, Capt. W. 
R Langs; Xo. 6, Simcoe, Capt. F. D. Coombs; No.7, 
Walsing-ham Centre, Capt. William Martin; No.8, 
Fredericksburg, Capt. Thumas BrearlJ. Pay-waster, 
.J. 
L Tweedale. Adjutant, 
Qr. -'Ir., G. H. Luscombe. Sum. Lt , J. C. Grasette. 


4Ut}1 "Xorthumberland" Battalion of Infantry (Rd. 
Qrs., Cobon)"!!, Ont.). 
Iotto:" Excelsior." 
Lt.-Col., R. Z. Rogers (Gra.tton). JIajors, G. L. Dun- 
can pIor'lan
ton), John .\kCanghe
-. 
Companies: 
o. 1, Cohourg, Capt. Ed\\Ïn Campbell; No. 
2, Cobourg, Capt. W. H. Floyd, 
o. 3, Campbell- 
ford, Capt. H. H. Bonn)'castle; 1\0. 4, Brig-hton, Capt. 
W. C. Butler; 
o. 6, Grafton, Capt. R. P. Rogers; 
1\0. Î, Colborne, Capt. F. C. R Greer; 
o. 8, Castle- 
ton, Capt. R. E. Birdsall: No.9, IIa::,ting-s, Capt. H. 
'V. FO\\lds. PaY/IIaxtel", Hon'
 Maj. A. J. Van Ingen. 
Adjutant, Capt. W. J. Hamilton. Qr. ItIr., Hony. 
.\Iaj. H. J. Snelgrove. SIt/.g. "'CajfJrl;, W. A. Willough- 
by, M.D., and Const. lfGorman, M.D. 


41 st " Brockville" Battalion of Hifles(Rd. Qril., Brock- 
vilte, Ont.). Badge and Motto: A Maltese cr088 
surmounted b) a CrO\\n. In the centre the numeral 
41, crossed rifles above, a beaver below. Under the 
bea\er the motto, "
emper Pal-atus." The whole sur- 
rounded by a wreath of 
Iaple Leaves, outside of 
which are the words, .. Brock\ille Battalion of Rifles." 
Lt.-ColuJI",l, W. H. Cole. jlajon" D. E.Jackson(Gan- 
anoqne),.IJ. .\1. Cole. 
Companies: No. L Brock\ille, Capt. Wm. Cook: No_ 2, 
Gananoqne, Capt. F. )1. Turner; No.3, Delta, Capt. 
M. L. Day; 
o. 4, Brock\ille, Capt. G. L. Starr; 
No.5, Carleton })lace, Capt. and Bt. .\Iaj. Jos. McKay; 
No. ö, Goulburn, Capt. Wm. Gar\"Ïn. PaymUÆter, 
Hon')'. Capt. Wm. J. Wright.Adjt., . 
Qr. .Jlr., Hon'
. .\Iaj. .J. E. Kincaid. Sur'!. Lt.-Col., 
Y. H. .\Ioore, .\1. II. SlUff. Capf., It. H. Preston, M. D. 


4.) I "Brockdlle" Battalion of Infantr) (lld. Qrs., 
38th Battalion, co Dufferin Rifles of Canada" (Brant- _TI L Perth. Ollt. I. Lt.-Colonel, Arthur J. Mathe- 
ford, Ont.). Badge, &c.: the Earl of Dufferin's son. -'I ajorfl, T. W. Sparham (Erockville) and Geo- 
crest (comprising a cap of maintenance surmounted ghegan Hollinsworth (l'-<?mbroke). 
by a cresccnt) undemeath which are the numerals 38,1 Cuwpanieil: No.1, Almonte, Capt. Gcorge Williams; 
the whole encircled by a scroll or garter clasped with No.2, Brock\ ille, Capt. A. B. McCl
an; 1\0. 3, Perth, 
a buckle and bearin
 the legend" Dufferin Rifles," Capt. w. 
1. Kel\ock; No.4, Lansdowne, Capt. 
and his Lordship's motto, "Per \ias rectas," the W. N. BO\\en; No.5, Henfrew, Capt. James Craig; 
whole surmounted by the Imperial Crown. The badge 
o. 6, Pembroke, Capt. Lenno:x 11"\ ing. Adjutant. Lt. 
8hall be Bih-er for officers ami bronze for non.commis- W. T. Wodden. 'Jr. .Jlr., J. S. Tullis. Burg. JCaj., 
!lioned officers and men. Cross-belt ornaments: A D. P. L.\nch, 
1.I). Surg. Capt., R. N. Horton, .M. D. 
lion's head, chain and whistle in silver with a centre 
ornament on a poli'ihed sih'er plate between two 
wreaths of Maple J.,eave'i of frosted !.ilver conjoined at 
the base, encircling" a .\laltese cross of frosted silver, 
fimbriated with polished silver-between the arm'! of 
the crm\'! four liollcelR l)'II<,mnt-f1anlant-charged upon 
the cros,> a plate of fro,>ted o;ilver inscrihed with the 
numerals 38, surrounded with a border also of frosted 
sih.er, inscrihed with the \\ords "Dufferin Hifles." 
Over all the Imperial Cro\\ n in sih er resting upon a 
supporting tablet of the same. A centre ornament of 
silver on pouch at back of belt con::,isting of the 
numerals 38, surrounded by a hugle, the whole sur- 
mounted by the Imperial Crown. j_t.-Colonpl, David 
Spence. Majors, W. A. Wilkes, H. F. Leonard. 
Six Companie>l, Rrantford: CaptainJl, .J. W. Fuller, E. D. 
Cameron. .\1. F. 
Iuir, Eo C. A.;hton, F. A. Howard, II. 
S. nihson. Pa!."nw
tel', Hon'y Capt. J. S. Hamilton. 
Adjutant, Capt. C. M. Nelles. Q..'I., Hon'y Capt. .J. 
E. H. StratforrI. SI/I"I}. ,J(ai., W. T. Harris, .\1. D. 
Surg. Capt., Herhert.-\ 
Iinchin, .\I.D. 


431'<1 "Ottawa and Carleton" Battalion of Rifles 
(lld. QI"fI., Cit!! of Ottau'a). Ornaments 
and De\i('es: Cross-belt, a lion's head, chain and 
whistle. The centt.e ornament to consi.,t of a Maltese 
croso; having in each of its ang-les a lion, in centre the 
reg-imental motto, .. \d\.anee," in a double circle 
round the lIumeml 43. the \\ hole encircled by a 
wreath of Maple Lea\es surmounte(l hy a RÒJal 
CrO\\ n, with the \\ orris ,. Ottawa and Carleton Hifles" 
on a scroll at foot. Badg-e for Forage Cap: Thc Maltese 
cros"l forlllill
 the centre ornament of the cross-belt. 
Ornament for Pouch: A hu
le Buspcnded by a knotted 
rihhon \\ ith cord ami ta"sels. The ornaments with 
de\ ices in sih er for officers, hronze for non-commis- 
sione(1 officer.., and men. 1 t. -C,,[ol/el, .Jo..hua \\ right 
(Hllll, C/1IP.). "Iajll"", A_ P. !'o;herwood, B. H. ßelL 
Si."l. CmnpanicR, Otta\\a: Captain.', ''". M. McKay, 
R. A. Hehner, Ale'\.. .\(PLean, F. E. Stuart, Benr) 
\Vatters. l'a'/ltwsfl'r, Hou'y Capt. E. D. Suthcrland. 
Adjutant, Capt. S. 
Ia
 narrl RO;!els. (Ir. JCI"., W. A. 



118 


Do
n
ION OF CANADA :\IILITlA LIST. 


[1897 


Jamieson. Surg. Lt.-Col., R. H. W. Powell, l>I.D. 
Surg. !Jlaj., W. F. Scott, M.D. 
44th" WeIland" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 
.N iaJara Falls, Ont.)_ Motto: ":\Iors aut \ïc- 
toria." Lt.-ColOitel, James !Iorin (Ridge1!"aY). Jlajor, 
L. C. Raymond (Welland). 
Companies: No.1, NiaJ,.'1lra Falls, Capt. J.A.Yandershl) s; 
No.3, Chippewa, Capt. J. A. Greenwood; No.4, Fort 
Erie, Capt. and Bt. Major E. A. Cruikshank; No.5, 
WeIland, Capt. .J. E. Cohoe; No.6, Nial!ara Falls, 
Capt. G. A. l\tdlicking; No.7, Ste"ens\ille, Capt. 
J 110. Edgeworth: No.8, WeIland Port, Capt. and 
Bt.-:\Iaj. John Barwell Pa.llma"Vr, Hon)' Maj. H. 
Bender. Adjt. Capt. F. W. HilllNiagara Falls). Qr. 
,'Ir., Hon'y Major ,Jo'5eph Clark. SlIrg. !Jlajor:i, J W 
Oliver, M.D., and S. H. Glasgow, MD. 
45th" West Durham" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. 
. Qrx., Bowmanville, Ontl. Lt.-Colonel, John 
Hughes (XewtOlu'ille). ,'Iajor, Samuel Hughes (Lind- 
say). 
Companies: No.1, BowmanyiHe, Capt. and Bt. Maj. 
P. J. Rowe (Dal"lingtnn); No.2, Fenelon Falls, Capt. 
W. D. Hunter (Undsay); No.3, Burtonville, Capt. 
and Bt. Maj. W. .J. Brown (Burton); No.4, Lind- 
say, Capt. J. W. WallaC'e; No.5, Omemee, Capt. and 
Bt. Maj. J. Emns; 
o. 6, Lindsay, f'apt. W. Holtorf. 
Pa!/m((l
ter, IIon.y Capt. W. S. Russell. Adjutant, 
Capt. Robert S
 Ivester. Qr. "'Ir., Eustace Hopkins. 
Surg. ,1Iaj., J. Wo McLaughlin, M. D. Surg. Lieut., 
D. W. Shier. 


46th" East Durham" Battalion of Infantry(Hd.Qrs. 
Port Hope, Ont.). :\Iotto: .. Semper Paratu!<." 
Lt.-Colonel, F. A. Benson. ,}!ajors, R. Dingwall, H 
A. Ward. 
Companies: No.2, Port Hope, Capt. Robert Der ell ; 
No.3, Port Hope, Capt. W. J. Robertson; No.4. :'Ilill- 
brook, Capt. C. H. Wiuslow ; No.5, Spring"\ ille, Capt. 
T. J. Johw;ton; No.6, Bethau-" Lieut. J. II. Staples; 
No.7, Janetville, Capt. J. W. Gray (BII.illiebo/"o). Pay- 
master, Hon'y Maj. Richard Howdeu. Adjutant, 
Capt. J. A. Y. Preston (.Jhllbrook). Qr. JII"., Hony. 
Capt. J. P. Clemes. SI'I"g. Jlaj., Jas. Might, 
l.D. 


is inscribed the words "Huntingdon Borderers." 
Within the Garter the numeral L. The Garter sur- 
rounded by a wreath of Maple Lea\es, and, under- 
neath, the motto, .. Nec aspera terrent," inscribed on 
a scroll. In three corners of the Colour, a Maple 
Leaf. Lt.-Colonel, Archd. Maclaren (Rockbur1t). 
,Uajor, 
Companies: No 1, Huntingdon, Capt. and Bt. Maj. 
Isaac Gardner; No.2, Onl1stown, Capt. Jno. Gilbert; 
No.3, Rockhum, Capt. S. H. Henderson; No.4, 
Athelstan, Capt. P. C. McGinnis. Paymaster, J. J. 
Ross (Orm.
to1l'n)_ Adjutant, Qr. Mr., 
.James Rennie. Svrg. 1IIaj., Peter McLaren, M.D. 
Õ 1 st "Hemmingford Rangers" Battalion of Infantry, 
. lid. Qr"., Hf'mmingford, Que.). Lt.-Colonel, 
Richard Lucas (Roxltam, St. John':.;). "Iajor, John 
}lcFee. 
Companieil: No. I, HaveloC'k, Capt. Samuel Orr; No.2, 
Larolle, Capt. W. Waters; No.3, Hemmingford, 
Capt. G. J. }lcKay; No.4, Ro'\.ham, Capt. Robert 
Ho
'le ; No.5, Hiverlield, Capt. J. ItIrG. Stewart; No. 
6, St. Remi, Capt. Louis Ste. Marie. Paymailter, 
Hon'y Maj. W. B. .Johnson. Ad}lttant, 
. (Jr. J/r., Wm. Allen. Surg. Maj., Walter de 
Monilpied, )I.D. 
;).)1 1 ,1 "Brome" Battalion of Light Infantn.(Jld. Qrs. 
· - \.. K,Wll'ltoll, que.). Lt.-Colonel,. . 
1I1ajol", C. C. Perkin!" (lIIanl<onville). 
Companies: No. I, Abercorn, Capt. C. 1\1. Willey; Ko. 
2, Knowlton, Capt. L. R. Whitman; No.3, Sutton, 
Capt. C. C. Dyer; No.4. East Farnham, Capt. 
Clark Hall; "No.5, Mansonville, Capt. C. 1.L Bowen; 
No.6, Bolton. Capt. J. K. Latt-,'; 
o. 7. Magolr, 
Capt. . l'a!!/lta"tn', Bon'y Capt. U. 
B. Hall. Adjllta,'t, . (Jr. 1I1r., W. H. 
O'Reagan. Sur!!. ftfaj., R. T. E. :\lacHonald, M D. 
Surg. Capt., II. W Wood, }I.D. 


'; ':J1" 1 "Sherbrooke" Battalion of Infantry(Sherbrooke, 
.,OJ \.. Que.). Del-ice and Motto: The numeral LIB, 
surrounded by a circle inscribpd with the word" Sher- 
brooke." The ,,,hole enclosed h) a wreath of Roses, 
Shamrocks, Thh;t!ps and Maple Leaves, surmounted 
by a ROYttl Crown. Underneath, a Beaver above a 
4 - , tIl "Frontenac" Battalion of Infantr-, .(Hd. Qrs., scroll bearing the motto, "In 'hoc si;.rno vinces." 
Kitlgxtoll, Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, George H. Hunter Lt.-Col., . Na}orx, E. B. Worthing- 
(Kepler, Co. Frontenac). ,'Iajorl<, Chas. N. Spooner ton, H. R. Fraser. 
(Blgilllm r 1J) and Rohert Co'\.. Four Companies, 
herhrooke: Captain", E. W. Farwell, 
Companies: No. I, Inverary, Capt. Fredk. Ferg-u!<on; R. Jas. :Spearing-, G. IC Addie, Thos. Sommers. l'a!!- 
No.2, Sydenham, Capt. Stephen Knig-ht ; ::-'0.3, Mos- master, Hon'y }Iajor Henry A. Odell. Adjutant, 
cow, Capt,.J. A. Amey; Ko. 4, Napanee, Capt. AleJ\.. . Qr. J/r., Bon'y Capt. Thoma.. 
Sharpe; No.5, Harrowsmith, Capt. J. A. Hunter; na\\'"
on. S"lJrg. 
Maj,. A. N. Worthill!{ton, !\I.D. 
No.6, Ent.erprise, Capt. A. D. Cartwright. No. ï, \ - 
Odessa, Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. E. Itlahee. Paymaster, '54th" Richmond" Battalion of Infantry (II(l. Qrs., 
Adjutant, Capt. n. E. Hewton. . Richmond, Que.). Badge: Shield am., bearinlr 
Ql'. lIfl"., Capt. ,JameS Byrne. S10'!1. .1laj.. It1. I. Bee- a cro!;!; :ia.,-with figures 54 in centre-between four 
man, M.D. 8"rg. Lt., C. L. Curtis, M.D. Cornish choughs P1 n '.; sunuounted hya Ducal Coro- 
net, m', a chough rising ppr. Motto, "Steady." The 
whole surronnded by a wreath of Maple Leaves with 
Deaver. Lt.-Colonel, J. \\'. Harkom (1IIelbour1le). 
Jfajor, 
COII/panies: No.1, Danville, Capt. C. C. Cleveland; No. 
2, Melbuurne, Capt. T. D. Xewcll; 
o. ::I, Rich'l1ond. 
Capt. .J. Y. T. Bl"Ooks; No.4, Windsor Mills, Capt. M. 
II. Healy; Ko. 5, Kirkrlale, Capt. Chl'i6topher N. 
Lyster; No.6, Kirhdale, Capt. W. n. Stevens. l'ay- 
mmtel", . .1 djutn.nt, . 
(1,1". ,'Ir.. Hon'y 
lajQl'T. P. Cleveland Sur!!. lIfaj., T. 
L. Brown, :\I.D. Surgeo'1. Lt., L. F. }Iaclienzie, M.D. 


48t h Battalion, "Hi
hla!lders" (To
'onto, Ont.). Lt- 
Colonel. ,J. I. Dandson. Jla}orx, W. f'. Mac- 
donald, A. M. Cosh). 
Ei!Tht Cnmpallie.., Toronto: Captainl<l, D. M. Rohertson, 
Bt. Maj. Wilbur Henderson, Wm. Hendrie, J. A. 
Currie, J. F. Michie, W. H. Orchard, J. F. Ramsay, 
H. C. MacLean. Pnymmt('r, Hon'
' Capt. D. :\lac- 
Gillivray. Adjntant, Capt. Huncan Donald. Qr. 
,"fr., James Adams. SW'!f. "'Iaj., \\. T. Stuart, :\1.D. 
Surf]. Lt., A. A. Dame, }1.D. 


4 9 th "lIa<.;tings" Battalion of Rifles (Rd. Qr:i., Stir- 
ling, Ont.). l,t.-Col'l1Iel, .Jas. Brown (Belle- 
1Jille). Jla}nr, Bt. Lt.-Coi. 1'. H. Hambly (Belleville). 
Companies: Ko. 1, Belleville, Capt. and Bt. Maj.Edward 
Harrison; No.2, Stirling, Capt. .J. C. Wilson (Raw- 
don); No. a, Sidney, Capt. .1. (:raham ; "No.4, Mado<', 
Capt. .J. R. Orr; Ko. 5, Tyendena
a, Capt. and 13t. 
Maj. H. J. Lennox; No. lI. Trenton, 
Paymaster. R. Grass. Adj1/t,wt, Capt. A. II. Smith. 
Qr. ,'Ir., HOII'Y Capt. \L S.. Volume. SltI'!f. Lt,-Col., 
Robt. Tracy, l>l.D. Surg. lIIaj., .J. J. Farle.v, :\l.D. 
50 th Battalion of Infantr
., .. Huntingdon Borderers," 
(lid. Qrs., Hrmtin'lll.lI, (l,ue.). On Batta- 
lion Colour the words, .. Trout River." Deviee and 
Motto: The fiarter, surmounted b
 a crown, on which 


5 5th" :\Ieg-antic Light Infantry" Battalion(Ild. Q1'X., 
lnvernexs, Que.). De\ ice and Motto: The Gar- 
ter surmounted hy a Cro\\ n, on which the word 
":\Ieg-antic" is inscribed. Within the Garter the 
numel.al LY. The Garter is surrounded by a wreath 
of Maple Leaves amI snpportcrl by the Regimental 
Colours, and, underneath, the motto, .. Semper }'ara- 
tus" inscribed on a scroll. U. -Colonel, W. J. Ward 
(Lower helmut). ltlajorl<. Bt. Lt.-Coi. Wm. Thompson 
(Coaticnnk), Ht. Lt.-Coi. Oswald Hunter. 
Companie:i: No. I, Kinnear's :\lills, Capt. Edward 
Lipse.,o: No. 2, Inverne
s, Capt.C.:\1. Brocklesby; No.3, 
New Ireland. Capt. W. .J. Briggs; No.4. Maple Hill, 
Capt. .Jas. Watkins; No.5, Ste. Julie de Somerset, 
Capt. Alphonse Pelletier; 
o. 6, St. Syhestre, Capt. 



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Francis Carroll. Paymaster, Hony. Maj. T. R. Porter. 
Adjutant, Bt. Maj. Thos. McKenzie. Qr. 1"r., Hony. 
Capt. Arthur Cross. SItT!J. Jfaj., W. Thompson, M. U. 


- () tl co Grenville" Battalion, "Lisgar Rifles." (Rd. 

 1 Qrs., Prescott, Ont.). Lt.-Colonel, RU.Campbell 
(Burritt's llapidx). .ðlajor,
, Bt. Lt.-Co!. A. Carmichael 
(Spencerville), J. B. Checkley (North A ugt/sta). 
Companies: No.1, Cardinal, Capt. William Stitt; No. 
2, Prescott, Capt. O. S. Dawson: No.3. Burritt's 
Rapids, Capt. T. A, Kidd: No.4, Kemptville, Capt. 
D. W. Beckett; No.5, North Aug-usta, Capt. Jas. 
Morri
on; No.6, Spencerville, Capt. G. A. Drum- 
mond; No.7, Metcalfe, Capt. A. P. Imlay. Pay- 
maliteT, . Adit/tant, Bt. 
Iaj. W. 
H. Burritt (Burritt's RapidlJ). Qr. 1'fr., J. A. Tripp. 
Sur.q. Jlaj., J. A. 
fcCalJlllJon, M.D. Sllrg. Capt., 
J. A. Jones, }f. D. 
.. 7 t 1 Battalion of Infantr}, · Peterborough Rangel'S" 
-Ð 1 (Peterborouyh, Ont.). Device alld :\IOttÐ: A 
Beaver, under which are the numerals LYII encircled 
by a scroll or garter clasped by a buckle, and bearing 
the designation, " Peterhoroug-h Rangers." The whole 
surrounded by a wreath of Maple Leaves entwined 
with the Rose, the Thistle and the Shamrock, and sur- 
mounted by the Imperial Crown. Underneath all, the 
motto, "Qllis Separabif." Lt.-CoT,mel, R W. Bell. 
Jlajors, E. B. Edwards, F. H. Brennan. 
Six Companies, Peterhorough: Captai /t
, J. 'V. 
Iillar, 
W. H. Hill, K. G. Lech, Al.thur Stevenson, L. }f. 
I-Iayes, E. B. Clegg". Paymaster, Hon'y }Iaj. J. A. 
Howard. Adjutant, Capt. E. F. 
Ia
on. Qr. MI'., 
Hon'y Maj. WIU_ Langford. Sur!!. .'faj., J. T. I. 
Halliday, M.D. 
;=;. 
 tll "Compton" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 
.JU Bury, Q1Ie.). Lt.-Colonel,}1. n. :\lcAuley (Scots- 
town). Afajor, E. S. Baker (Cnokshil"e). 
Companies: No.1, Bury (Rohin
on), Capt. O. L. 
Pupe; No.2, Rcotstown, Capt. P. J. Gillies; No.3, 
Ilarsborough, Capt. J. T. McIver; No. 4, 
Iarbleton, 
Capt. Richard W. Weyland; 
o. 5, Milan, Capt. 
Donald Beaton; ;:\0. 6, :\Ias
awippi, Capt. G. P. H. 
Hitchcock; No.7, Coaticook, Capt. R. G. Trenholm; 
No.8, Beebe Plain, Capt. H. T Elder; 
o. 9, Win- 
slow, Capt. ; No. 10, Cookshire, Capt. 
S. H. Botterill. Paymaxter, Hon'y Ilaj. Edmund 
Lockett. Adjutant, . Qr. 1'fr., Robet.t 
Wrig-ht. Sur!!. Naj., R. H_ Phillimore, 
f.D. 
J9th "Stormont ami Gleng-arr.\''' Battalion of In- 
. fantr.y (lId. Q,."., Cornwall, nnt.). Devices and 
Mottoes on the lteg-imental Colour: 
I the first Corner 
the Crown and Beaver, with the motto, "Quis Separa- 
bit"; in the second corner, two a....es crossed; in the 
third comer, a ship; and in the fourth corner, a sheaf 
of grain surrounded by Maple Leaves. Principal 
motto: "Foy pour devoir." I,t.-Colonel, .James H. 
Bredin (WondlalUI;:). Majors, Roderick R 11cLennan 
(Cornwall), Gordon Baker, jun. (O;:llabruck Cenfre). 
Companies: No.1, Cornwall, Capt. C. II. 'Vood: 
o. 2, 
Corn\\all, ('apt. Robert Smyth; Xo. 3, Alexandria, 
Capt. J. A. !\Iac'donell; No.4, Township of Finch, 
Capt. F. D. F. 
Iacnaug-hton; No.5, Farran's Point, 
Capt Hiram A. 1\Ior;;an; 
o. 6, Lunenburg, Capt. 
A. H. Tinkess; 
o. 7, ltoxh')roug-h, Capt. Francis 
Trousdale. Paymaster, I-Ion'.\ :\Iaj. Henry Turner. 
Adjutant, Capt. .J. L. Weller. Qr. Jfr., A. F. 
Milliken. Sllr!,. illaj., E. A. Graveley, M.D. -"?try. 
Capt., H. J. Harrbson, 
I.D. 
60th .. !\Iissis,pt.oi.' Battalion of Infantr.\' (lId. 

'K, 
Cla':"nceVillr, ClIW.). 
Iotto, etc.: In recog'mtlOn 
of the serVICe" rendered hy a detachment of the 60th 
B
ttalion on the 2;;t!I of 
[ay. 1870, the Battalion is per- 
mItted to bear on Its Regimental Colour the \\orrls 
.. Eccle"! Hill," "ith the motto, "Watch the Front-- 
Watch Well." l,t.-ClIlllllrl, A. H. Gilmour (Strtlt. 
bridge). Jlajllrs,.J. A. Hawley, C. B. Jameson. 
CompanieJi: Xo. I, Philil'shurg, Capt. : 
No.2, Clarenceville, Capt. D. J. A. Maclìe; No. :J, 
Dunham, Capt. Joel H. Baker; Xo. 4, West Farnham, 
Capt. O. Hig-:dns; No.5, Stanbrid"e, Capt. D. A. 
Hart; No. ö, Fre1ig-hshurg, C.l.pt. ; 
Paymaster, Hon'.\' 
Iaj. D. Westover. A/Vlltant, 
<Jr. ]lIr., R. F. Derick. Sury. Jlfaj., G. \<'. 
lack, 
f.D. 


61 st .. 
Iontmagny and L'Islet" Battalion of Infantr l. ' 
(Hd. Qrfl., lIlontmagny, Que.). Lt.-Colone, 
Phillippe Landry, A.D.C. (.st. Pierre, Riv. Du Sud.) 
Jllajor, Edouard Lemieux (Chicoutimi). . 
COlllpanies: No.1, St. Thomas, Capt. J. n. C. Fourmer; 
No.2, St. Pierre, }U\'. du Sud, Capt. J. Nap. Roy; 
No.3, Cap St. Ignace, Capt. AUt'ed Gamache; No.4, 
St. Jean Port Joli, Capt. C. E. Bourgault; No.5, 
L'Islet, Capt. J. A. F. Bernier; Xo. 6, Chicoutimi, Bt. 

Iaj. B. A. Scott. Paymaster, Hon'.\ l\laj. J. B. A. 
Lepine. Adjutant, Capt. J. P. Landry. Qr. lIfr., D. 
Talbot. Sur!!. iI/aj., J. G. Paradis, 1\1. D. 
6 'hH.l .. St. John Fusiliers" Battalion (St. John, 
- N. B.). Badge and motto: Two moose ram- 
pant, cOl
frontee, supporting a Garter clasped with a 
buckle, whereupon is inscribed "St. John Fusiliers," 
surmounted by a Royal Crown. Within the Garter a 
hand grenade, flail/ant, \\ ith the numerals 62 under- 
neath. On an escrol below, the motto, "Semper 
Paratus." Lt.-Colonel, J. ,1. Tucker. 1Ifajors, H. H. 
McLean, E. T. Sturdee. 
Six Co mpa It iefl, St. John: Captains, Bt. l\laj. W. C. 
:\Iag-ee, Rt. :.\Iaj. !of. B. Edwards, J. F. Fraser, David 
Churchill, S. B. Lordly, James }Ianning. A djutanf, 
Bt. :\Iaj. F. H. Hartt. (Ir. Jfr., Hony. Capt. H. H_ 
Godard. Surg. 1'faj., Thos. Walker, Af.D. Surg. 
Capt., Murray :\lacLaren, 
r.D. 
6 ') r(1 "Halifax" Battalion of Rifles (Halifax, N.S.). 
,) Badge and :.\Iotto: An eight-pointed Star 
(fluted). The nmuher 63 at upper point, '" ith the 
\\ords "Halifax Rifles" on a ribbon attached. From 
the regimental numher a bugle suspended hy cords 
and tas"els. In the circle of the bugle a Maple Leaf 
bearing the word" Canada." Motto:" Cede N ullis, " 
on a rihbon interlaced \\Ïth bow of bug-Ie cord. The 
whole !<urlllounted with the Royal Crown. Lt.-Colonel, 
T. J. Egan. .Uaion" J. :N. Crane, A. G. Cunningham. 
Six Companieil, Halifax: Captaiflx, H. Hechler. Bt_ 
Maj., J. T. Twining, T. C. James, S. J. R. Sircom, C. 
W. Gunning, Louis DiJ..on. Pa!llllaSiter, Hon'y Maj. 
J. G. Corhin. Adjutant, Lieut. C, de W. :\IacDonald. 
Qr. .4fr., Hony. Ilaj. Will. Bi
hop. SUI"'!. .ðfa)., D. A. 
Campbell, II.D. SUI"!T. Capt., A. W. Cogswell, M.D. 
64th Battalion of Rifles, .. Voltigeurs de Bt'auhar- 
nois" (lId. QI"Ii., Beallharnois, QII.e.). Motto: 
.. Toujours Pret" Lt.-Colonel, JoseI)h Deslauriers. 
Jllajor, Pierre Boyer. 
Companies: No.1, Beauharnois, Capt. André Leduc; 
No.2, Bt'auharnois, Capt. ; No.3, 
Vallerlield, Capt. Alfred Lefebvre; No.4, St. I,ouis de 
Gonzague. Capt. ; 
o. ð, St. Timothée, 
Capt. Eustaehe Bergevin dit Lan;:-evin. Adjutant, 
. Qr. Jfr., Ed. Tellier. Surg. Jfaj., 
N. A. BrOl'soit, M. D. Sury. Capt., G. Huot, :\1. D. 


65th Battalion, .. 
Iount Royal Rifles" (Jfontreal, 
QuP.). }Iotto: co Nunquam RetrorsulIl..' Lt.- 
Colonel, Hertor Prpvost, A.D.C. Majors, A. E. La- 
belle, Z. J. R. Hehert. 
Ei!lht COfnP((1
ieil, !\Iontreal: Captains, C. A. A. 
L..framhoise, 
1. G. C. E. lJesnoyers, F. S. l\l.tckay, 
J. E. Peltier, J. H. L"\helle, 
. :\1. .1. Trudel, L. G. De 
Tounan('our, J. E. de 13. Thibaudeau. Paymaster, 
Hon'y Capt. J. T. ()<;tell. A tijlltnnt, Bt. 
l.1.i. Arthur 
d'Orsonnens. Qr. Mr., Hon'y ltlaj. :\lfrcd r..IHocque. 
Surg. Maj., G K Hoy, !oJ. O. Surg. Capt., H. A. 
Arch,llubault, M. O. 


6H th Battalion, .. Princess Louise Fusiliers" (llali- 
I(I;!;, N. S.). U -Colonel, W. M. HUlllphrey. 
J'f,rjors, ß. A. 'Vest.)Jl, J..hn Men
er. 
Eight Companies, Halifax: Captains, H. L. Chipman, 
Alfred Browne, Alfred Whitman, Andrew King, T. E, 
/):tvi"on, J. II. Ritcllle, A. P. ß. Xagle, II. B. Stairs. 
Pa.l/m rster, R..ht'rt H. Humphrey. Adjutant. Bt. 
M.I.i. E. G. KpllllY. Q,.. lIr., .r. 1'. Lithgow. Sllry. 
Maj., M. A. Curry, .\1. O. Surg. Capt., E. A. Kirk- 
patrick, :.\1. D. 


67th Battalion, "Carleton Light Illfantry"(Hd. Qrs., 
Wood.,tock, N. fl.) :\I.,tto:" Fideli" PatJ'iæ." 
Lt.-Colonel, J. D. Baird. Jlajors, G. K Boyer (Hart- 
land), A. D. Hartley (Eal't Flol"encevitle). 



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Companies: No.1, Woodstock, Capt. n. W. Bourne; 
No. 2, Centre
ille, C'!-pt. J. W. Adams; No.3, Debec, 
Capt. J. R. KIrkl.atrlCk; No.4, Brighton, CaVt. L. R. 
Barding; No.5, Waterville, Capt. F. B. Carvell; No.6, 
Andover, Capt. J. J. Kupkey; No.7, Baker 
.Brook, Cal!t. J. W. Bak
r; No.8, Centreville, Capt. 
G. D. perkms; No.9, WIlmot, Capt. J. W. Williams. 
Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. J. D. Ketchum. Aqjutant, 
Capt. Arthur J. Raymond. Qr. Jf., Hon'y :\Iaj. Ham- 
ilton Emery. Surg. Maj., Isaac B. Curtis, M.D. 


68th "King's County" Battalion of Infantry (lid. 
Qrs., Kentville, .N. S.). Lt.-ColollÆl, L. J)eV. 
Chipman. JUajors, B
. Lt.-Coi. W. H. Belcher, Maj. 
C. E. Borden (Canning). 
Compames: No.1, Kentville, Capt. G. A. Dodae; No. 
2, Sheffield's :\liIl8, Capt. and Bt. lIIaj. E. 111. Beck- 
with; No.3, Kentville, Capt. Jno. Redden; No.4, 
BIlIÞ,wn, Capt. Edward Steadman; No.5, Rog,,' 
Comer, Capt. W. E. Roscoe; :S-o. 6, Canning, Ca])t. 
G. W. N"eucnml>e; No.7, Aylesford, Capt. George 
William West; No. 
 Aylesford, Capt Holmes Cas- 
sidy (KiWlston Station); No.9, Wolfvme, Capt. S. 8. 
Naylor; No. 10, Buckley'
 Comer, Capt. and Bt. l\1.\j. 
D. E. Ross. PaYUllIster, Hon'y Capt. Bar
la}. Wel>- 
ster. AtVutant, Capt. J. A. Northup(CanningJ. Qr. 
'}fr., Hon'y Va}Jt. W. R. L. Fostl'r. Sllr,fj. Lt..Col., F. 
W. Borden, M.D. Surg. ,}faj., H. B. Webster, !II.V. 


69th "1st Annapolis" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
Parctdise, N. s.). Lt.-Colonel, W. Eo Stan-att. 
Major, C. S. Cole (Paradise). 
Companiell: No.1, Wilmot, Capt. L. W. Elliott; No.2, 
Paradise, Capt. and Bt. Maj. E. M. Morse; No.3, 
Granville, Capt. and Bt. 11aj. D. Wade; No.4, Port 
Williams, Capt. and Bt. Maj., J. Charlton; No.5, 
Anuapolis Royal, Cal)t. G. A. LeCaiu; No.6, Bear 
River, Capt. J. N. Kelly; No.7, ParadIse, Ca}Jt. and 
Bt. Maj. J. J. Bu!'kler: No.8, Bear River, Capt. Ol>ed 
Miller; No.9, Clementsport, Capt. WHiter Purdy 
(Deep Brook). Paymaðter, Hon'y Maj. T. H. Millar 
(Bear River). Adjutant. Lt. John H. Charlton. Qr. 
M., Hon'y Maj. W. H. Bishop. Sm'g. Lt.-Col., Samuel 
Primrose. Surg. Capt., U. J. Ellison, 1\1. D. 


70th "Cham
lain" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
SU. Genevieve de BaUsean, Que.). Lt.-Colonel N. 
P. Massicotte. Majors, Bt. Lt.-Cols. Napoleon' St. 
Arnaud and Philippe Trudel. 
Companies: N"o. 1, :::ite. Gpnevieve de Batrscan, Capt. 
Geo. Massicotte; 
o. 2, St.. Narcisse, Capt. Adolphe 
Cossette; No.3, ISte. Genevieve, Capt. Tancrerle Tru- 
del (Champlain) ; No.4, St. Prosper, Capt. J. B. }Ias- 
sicotte; 
o. 5, Ste. Anne de la Perade, Capt. and 
Bt. Maj., J. A. Rousseau; No.6, St. TIte, Capt. F. X. 
Baril. Paymaster, Hon'y 1tfaj Achille Reauchpt, 
..d djlLtant, Bt. Maj. Come P. Trudel. Qr. Jfr., Hon'y 
Maj. F. W. Germain. Surg. Lt.-Cui.. JacqllPs Pelle. 
tier, M. D. Sltrg. Capt., A. S. Alain, M.D. 


71st "Y?rk" Battalion of !nfantry 
lId. Qrs., Fred. 
eneton, J.V. 8.). Lt. -Color,el, 1. L. Alexander, 
(Fredericton Junction). J}fajol"s, T. G. J. Loggie, H. A. 
Cropley. 
Compttnies: No.1, St. Mary's, Capt.. and Bt. i\Ia,i_ Jared 
Booue; No.2. Burt's Corners, Capt. .J. S. Burt; No.3, 
Stanley, Capt. J. E. San sou ; 
o. 4, Fredericton, Capt. 
J. H. Hawthorn; No.5, Blissville, Capt. W. D. H'trtt; 
No. ô, St. 1:>tephell, Capt. J. S. DeW. Chipman; No.7, 
Fredericton, Capt. J. V. Perkins. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Maj. A. G. HeC'kwith. Adjutant, Capt. J. V. John. 
ston (St. Mary's). QI". Jfr., Hon'}' l'tI,lj. Ane!. Lip
ett. 
Sur!!. Jfaj., J. W. Bridges, M.D. Sur!!. I.t., F. I. 
Rlmr. 


72 1 "2nd Annapolis" Battalion of Infantry (Hd 
})( Qrs., Wilmot, N. S.). Lt.-ColoneT, ShIPPY Spurr; 
Major8, C. W. Shatfner(Soutlt Farmington), C.JaC'ques, 
fJJelvern Squm.e). 
Companies: No.1, Wilmot, Capt. J. H. H.lwldns; 
No.2, Wilmot, Capt. Jo'. A. Fales; No.3, Wlhnot, 


Capt. 
L S. Elliott; No.4, Nictaux Falls, Capt. D. G. 
Ritcey; No.5, Farmington, Capt. J. L. Phinney; No. 
6, Nictaux, Cnpt. H. H. Forster. Paymaster, Bon'y 
Capt. A. Gates (,Uiddleton). AdjlLtant, Cal't. E. F. 
McNeil (Melvern Sq.). QI". .11., lJon'y Capt. G. D. 
Morse. SW'g. J.laj., S. N. !otiller, At.D. Surg. Capt.. 
J. A. Sponagle, M. D. 


73rd "Northumberland." Ba
t.'l
ion of Infantry (Hd. 
Qrs., Chatham, MtramLchl, N. B.). Lt.-Colonel, 
Samuel U. l\I<:Culley. !tfnjor, 
Companies: No.1, Buctouche, Capt. John Sheridan; 
No.2, Chatham, Capt. J. V. B. F. Mackenzie; No.3. 
Doaktown, Capt. G. W. lItesereall; 
o 4, Black 
River, Capt. Wm. McNaughton; No.5, Bay du Vin. 
Capt Hugh Cameron. Paymaster, Lemuel J_ Tweedie. 
Adjutant, . Qr. .}I., Robert 1olurray. 
jr. Surg. Jlaj., J. M. R'lxter, .M.D. 


74th Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., Sussex, .N.B.). 
Lt.-Colonel, E. R Beer. ltlajors, J. M. Baird 
(Sackville), Bedford Harper. 
Companies: No.1, Clifton, Cal't. 0 W. Wetmore; No. 
2, Mondon, Capt. ; No.3, Sussex, Capt. 
anti Bt. Maj. C. H. Fairweather; No.4, Moncton, Capt. 
H. C. Hauington; No.5, Sackville, Capt. J. A. Bowel:!; 
No.6, Eaie Verte, Ca])t. Ama8a J. Tingley. Pay- 
7na.
ter, Hon'y Maj. T. E. Amold. Adjutant, Capt. 
H. 8. Lang8troth (J.Yalllvigewauk). Qr. Mr'., Hou'y 
Ma,j. W. C. Murray. Surg. 
faj., S. F. Wilson, M.D. 
Surg. Lt., Frederick White, M.D. 


75th" Lnnenhurg" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs.. 
Lunenbttrg, N. S.). Lt.-Colonel, C. Edwin 
Kaulbach. :ßfajor, R. H. Griffiths. 
CompaniÆs: 
o. 1, Lunenburg, Capt. J. W. King; No. 
2, Lunenburg, ; No.3, Bridgewater. 
; No.4, Mahone Bay, Capt. G. W. 
Hamm; No.5, Martin's River, Capt. J. A. I:angille; 
Nfl. 6, New Ross, Capt. A. 1tf. Ross. Paymastl'r, A. B. 
Coldwell. Adjutant. Lieut. A. H. Anderson. (Jr. 
,'f., J. W. Young. Surg. Naj., G. A. Pi!'kel>'l, M.D. 


7 6tl Battalion of RiflE's, "Vo1tigenrs de Chat
an- 
) guay" (Hd. Qni., ::ote. lIfartiJle, Qtte.). Lt.-Colonel, 
Joseph Beaudreau. Majors. Louis Turcot (North 
Georgetown), Charles D'Amour ISte. Pltil07nène). 
Companws: 
o. 1, Ste. PhIlolllène, Capt. J. B. Damonr; 
So. 2, Ste. Martine, Capt. Hilaire Côté; No.3, St. 
Urhaiu, Capt., Ant. Viuette; No.4, St-P. Martine. 
Capt. Francois Laberge: No.5, Ste. Martine. Capt. 
N. Beaudreau; No.6. Chateauguay, Capt. Zotique 
Reid. Paymaster, F. X. Roy. Adjutant, 
. Qr. l}f., Hon'y Capt. J. O. A. Beaudreau. 
Surg. .'Jl aj., O. Normandin, lit. V. 


77th "Wentworth" Battalion of Infantry (lId. Qni. 
Dundas, Vnt.). I.t.-Colonel, H. C. Gwyn. 
,Uajors, F. lit. Carl'euter (Stoney Creek), Alex. Bertram. 
Companies: No 1, Dundas, Capt. Will. Eo S. Kuowles; 
N"o. 2, Waterdown, Capt. L. J. Mullock; No.3, Bin- 
brook, Capt. T. C. Ptolemy; No.4, Ancaster. Capt. J. N. 
Micldletou ; No.5, Stuny Creek, Capt. Marcus Lee; 
No. ü, I'orth Glanford, Capt. ASI
 Choate. Paymaster. 
Hon'y Capt. J. J. GraftoJl. Adjutant, Capt. W. H. 
Ptolemy (Salt Pleet). Qr. J.fr., Wm. Roddiek. Surg_ 
.'faj., James Ross, AI. D. S/Irg. Lt., T. A. Bert.ram
 
M.D. 


78 th" Colchester, Rants and Picton" Battalion of In- 
fantry, .. Highlauders" (lid. Qrs. Trllro, N.S.). 
J.tA'olonel, G. H. Sutherland (J.fillbrook). 1}fajor8. 
H. T. Lam'pnce. 
Companies: No.1, Truro, Capt. J.1:>uCokling; No.2, Ons. 
low Capt. Geo. Rayne; No.3, Shuhenaeadie, Capt. J. 
L. Éarnhill; No.4, Windsor, Capt. J. H. Smith; No.5. 

llll Brook, Capt. John T. Sutherland; No. 6, !\Iount 
Thom, Capt. Wm. Maxwell; No.7, XewLal"lg", Capt. V. 
Sutherland. Pa.llmr., Hou'y Maj. I. L. Barnhill (Shuben- 
acadie). Adjt , Capt. T.A. Blackburn ('" ilford). Qr..U.- 
Oliver ,Johnson. Sury. Jlaj.. Dum'an 
lcLean, II1.D. 
Surg. Capt. W. S. Muir, :\1. D. 



1897] 


12] 


DO
IIXIOX OF CANADA l\[ILITIA LIST. 


79th "
hettord" Battalion uf Infantry, "HIghland- 
ers" (Hd. Qrs. Waterloo, (Jue.). Lt.-Colonet, 
. Majors, Bt. Lt. Coi. James Maynes 
(Waterloo), J. D. Bulman (.sweetgburg). 
Companies: ;-0;0.1, Waterloo, Capt. B. 
1. WhitC'omh; 
No.2, West Shetford, Capt. and Bt. 
laJ. R. E. Bell; 
No. :i, Uranby, Capt. Richard Seale; ;-O;u. 4. South 
Roxtun, Capt. W. J. A. Galhraith; Xo. 5, BosC'obel, 
Capt. and Bt. :\fd.j. Robert Hackwell ; Nn. 6, Lawrence- 
ville, l:i\pt. A. J. Brown; No.7, Bethel, Capt. George 
David>lon. Pagmaliter, Hon'y :\laj. L. H. Brooks. 
Aíljutall,t, . Qr. 1'["" S. S. 
larti.n. 
Surg. ..Jfajors, H. L. Fuller, M.D., and J. A. E. Brun, 
.AI.D. 


80th" Nicolet" Battalion of Infantry (lId. Qrs., Gen- 
tilly, Que). Lt.-Colonel, Ednual'd de Foy. 
Majors, Bt. Lt.-Coi. C. H. GIroux (Nicolet). 
Companies: No. I, St. Edonard de Gentilly, Capt. 
; No.2, NIColpt, Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. B. 
Rousseau; No.3, Becancour, Capt. J. A. Piché; 
No.4, Ste. Gertrude, Capt. Jf)seph Piché; No.5, 
St. Gregoire, l:apt. J. A. Pratte; No. t>. Victoriaville, 
Capt. . Pnymaster. Narcisse Beauchemin 
(Nicolet). Adjutant. Capt. George d'O. d'Orsonnens 
(St. Joh1
's). Q,.. !t[r., Wm. COUl"C'hene. Surg. Jfaj_, 
Henri Trudel, M. D. 


81 t .. Portnpuf" Battalion of Infantry (Rd. Qrs., 
S Pon
 Rouge. Que. J. Lt.-Colonel, lsaie Dussault 
(Les Ecurettils). ]lfajor, Alfred Parellt (Ottawa). 
Companies: No.1, Pointe aux Trembles, Capt. Alfred 
Rochon (St. Augustin) ; No.2, St. Raymond, Capt. 
Elie Frenette; No.3, St. Raymond, Capt. Cyprien 
Parè; No.4, Deschambault, Capt. J_ G. Paquin; No. 
5, Cap Santé. Capt. J. L. Frenet; No.6, Lotbinière, 
Capt. V. E. Courteau. Pa,!/master. 
Adj1It(lnt, Lt. J. E. Sa"'er
'. Qr. J[r., V. E. 
Parent. Surg. J[aj., A. G. E. Beaudry, .\LU. 


82nd "Queen's County" Battalion of Infantry (H
. 
Qrs., Charlotútowu, P. E.!.). Lt.-Col., FrancIs 
Dogherty. J,[ajoT, T. S. McLeod (Hunter River). 
Companies: No.1, Charlottetown, Captain David L. 
Hooper; No.3, Charlottetown, Cavtain Uaniel Stew- 
art; No.4, Little York, Captain GeorgI' Crockett; 
No.5, Brookfield, Cal't. Angus Beaton; No.6, Cove- 
head, Capt. J. R. Allau; Xo. 7, Alberton, Capt. 
E. C. Maxfield; No.8, Tryou, Capt. John G. Sheriff 
(North Carleton). Paymaster, Hon'y \Iajor John 
McPhail. A4jutant, Bt. 
Iaj. Elijah Purdy. Qr. Jlr., 
Hon'y Maj. G. D. Uavid"on. Sur!!. J[aj., Jamt's War- 
burton, AI.D. Surg. Capt., H. D. Juhnsun, M.D. 


83rd "Juliette" B.lttalion of Infantry (lId. Qrs., Town 
of Joliette, Que.). Lt..Col()'nel, John J. Sheppard. 
ltlajors, J. U. Foucher and 
[ D' A. Dostaler. 
Companies: No.1, Joliette, St. :\Iaj., J. H. R. Delfausse; 
No.2, L'Assomption, Capt. J. E. B. Normandeau; No. 
3, St. Felix de Valois, Capt. ; No.4, 
Ste. Elizaheth, Capt. E. G. Piché; No.5, Rawdon, 
Capt. J. C. Mason; No.6, Hawdon, Capt. J. H. 
Rowan. Adjutant. C>1.pt. Godfmi Coffin. Qr. Jlr., 
Denis Giulhault. Surg. Lt.-Col., A. M. Rivard, M. U. 
Surg. C(tpt., J. L. Levrohun, 
1. D. 


84th .. St. Hyacinthe" Battalion of Infantry (Rd. 
Qrs., Town of St. 111Jltcinthe. Que.). Lt.-Colonel, 
Alphor.se Denis. J[ojor,:\1. 
lacDonald (Acton vale). 
Companies: Ko. 1, St. Hyacinthe. Captain A. Côté; 
No.2, St. Pie, C.I.pt. L. 
L Murin; No.3. St. Simon. 
Capt. L. A. Rousseau (St. IIltgues); ;-0;0. 4, Sorel, 
Capt. Arch. Johnston; No.5. st. Hyacinthe, Capt. 
N. A Maranda; No.6, Apton Vale, Capt. L. H. Gauvin. 
Puymaster, Eusébe l\lorin. Adjutant, 
Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. O. np"mard.is. Slug. J[aj., 
J. C. P. F. Uespars, 
I.D. Surg. Capt., J. A. 
Trempe, M. D. 


85th Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., !t["ntreal. QII.e.). 
. Motto: II Bon cællr et bon bras." Et.-Colonel, 
A. D. Aubry. M(ljors, J. P. A. d('!1 Trois Maisons, 


Companies: No. I, St. Jerome, Cart. F X. A. Car. 
riére; 
o. 2, St. Jea.n Baptiste Village, Capt. W. H. 
Jackson; No.3, LlIngueuil, Capt. Arthur Vincent; 
No.4, Laprairie, Capt. J. P. J, Roseuvinge; No 5, 
Cote St. Paul, Capt. A. T. Patterson; No.6, Longueuil, 
Capt. C. A. H. Lipl)é. Paymaster, Hon
'. 
Ia.i. JOf<el'h 
Dl!nn. .ddj1tWnt, Capt. Tancrëde Pagnuelo. Qr. Jolr.. 
Patrick Kelley. Surg. .}[aj., T. A. Brisson, M.D. 
Surg. Capt., U. R. de Cotret, M. D. 


86th .. Three Rivers" Battalion of Infantry (Rd. Qrs., 
Three Rivers, Que.). Badge: A shield bearing 
in ccntre, on a black ground. the numher 86, above 
that numher the m.)tto, II Adsum," and below the 
name, .. Trois Ri\-iëres" The shield encircled by a 
wreath of Maple Leaves crossed at base, upon which 
rests a Beaver. The whole surmounted by a Royal 
Crown. All in gold. Lt.-Colonel, H. G. S. Hixon 
(Jolontreal) Najors, L. A. Dupuis, John Huuliston. 
Companies: No.1, Yamacbiche, C:lpt. Joseph Du Sault; 
No.2, Riviere du Loup (en haut), Capt. J. L. Desaul- 
niers; No.3, Three River!!, Capt. G. A. Tessier; Yo. 4, 
St. Boniface de Shawenegan, Capt. P.dp Varennes; No. 
5 Berthier, Capt. F. J. A. Demers; No.6. St. Ju<;tin, 
Capt. . Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. C. J. 
Coulombe (St. Justin). Adjutant. . 
Qr. .,r,.., Eugène Godin 811J;f/. J[aj., L. R. C. Lafon- 
taine, M. D. Surg. Capt., J. M. P. Sylvestre, M. D. 


8"'9th "Quebec" Battalion of Infantry (Rd. Qrs., 
I UAncienne Lorette, Que. l . Lt.-Colon", V. de 
L. Laurin (Quebec). ltlajors, fit. Lt.-Col. Michel Fiset 
(L'Ancienne. Lorette), L. N. Laurin. 
Companics : No.1. Ancienne Lorette, Capt. A. deL. Panet; 
No.2, Anciellne Lorette, Capt. H. T. pageot; No.3, St. 
Ambroise, Capt. J. Blondeau; No.4, Ste. Foye, Capt. 
F. A. O'Farrell; No.5. Beau port. Cavt. J. A. Guay; 
No.6, Ste. Famille d'Orleans, Capt. J. Blouin. Pay- 
master, Hon'y Major T. P. Morin (Ste. Foye). Adju- 
tant. Capt. and Bt. Major H. OC'tave Roy (AlI.cie1Ui.e 
Lorette). Qr. .'11'., Hon'y f:apt. Eugène De Blois. 
Surg. Jla.i., J. E. Grondin, 
I.l). Sltrg. Capt., W. A. 
Giroux, "l.D. 


88th II KamouraRka and Charlevoix" B'l.ttalion of In- 
fantry (Hel. Qrs.. Riviere Ouelle, Que.). Lt.- 
Colonel. Achilles Fra!:;er. Jlajors, Bt. Lt.l:ol. Romuald 
Tetu (St. Gervais), U. E. Taché (Kal1wuraska). 
Cumpanies: No.1, Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, Capt. 
Alfred Potvin; No.2, St. Paul's Bay, Capt. J. E. 
Havard; No.3, Kamoursska, Captain J. E. Ros- 
signol (St. Denis); No.4, St. Pacome, Capt?ill 
J. F. X. ßossé: No.5, St. Denis, Capt. R M. 
Deschenes (St. Paschal); No.6, Baie St. Paul, 
Capt. U. N. Cimun (Ls Ebuulements). Paymaster. 
ß..n'y Capt_ Pierre d'Autt'uil. Adjutant, Lt. J. E. Mill 
(1J[aria). Qr. J[r., C. T. Dugal. SILr!}. Jlaj., H. W. 
Blaj.\'don. 
I.D. Surg. Capt., C. H. A. Clement, M.D. 


89th II TemisC'ouata and Himouski" Battalion of In- 
fantry (Hd.Qrx., Fras<erville, Que.). Lt.-Colonel. 
Louis E. Hudoll. j[ajorl!, L. D. Hwlon (Quebec); 
Uavid Frève. 
Companies: No.1, Fraserville, Capt. Gporge LeBel; 
No.2, St. Gporge de Cacoun.l, C'lpt. J. A. Gilbert; No. 
3. St. Arséne. Capt. and Bt. Maj. Zachè Blanchet; 
No.4, Isle Verte. Capt. J. E. 
larC'eau ; No.5, Ste. 
Cecile du ßic, Capt. L. N. Cote; No ö, L'Ause au 
S'ible, Capt. Michel Rinquet (Rimn1tJski); No.7, Ri- 
1Il0uski, Capt. J. A. M,lrtin; No.8, 8t. Octavp, Capt. 
Thns. Lehei. Paymaxter. Hon'y 
bj. .J. N_ Poulio
 
(RimQ1tski). Adjutant. Ci\pt. John Hill. 'Jr. 1Jlr., 
Hon'y 

ajur "
l"IIest Ouellet. Sur!!. Lt.-Col., J. B. H. 
Fiset, !\1.D. Surg. .'[aj., 1'. E. Graudhois, 
I.D. 


90t h II Winnipeg" Battalion of Rilles (Winnipeg, 
,U'III.). Lt.-Colonel, H. N. Ruttan. Majors, 
H. 
1. Aruold, H. 'Yo A. Chamhre. 
Eight Companies, Winnipeg: Captains, F. H. AllardY('e. 
C. X. Mitchell, Heath Jacksfln, J. II. }Illh'ey, J. D. 
IrvinI', g. W. 
Iermagen. Paymaster. Hfln'v 
[ajor 
Upl hprt Swinfurd. Adj!Ltant. Capt. T. H. Billman. 
Qr. ."[r.. Hon'y Capt. J. H. Wynne. 8ur.'I. Lt.-Col.. 
G.T.Orton, M.D. Sltr!}. Capt., H. Y. RIlclwin, 
l.lJ. 



122 


[1897 


MILITIA AND DEFENCE OF CAN ADA. 


92ncl .. Dorchester" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 
St. Isidure, Que.). Lt.-Colonel, Achille Chabot. 
Major, . 
Companies: No.1, Ste. Claire, Capt. A. Fortier; No.2, 
St. Isidore, \Japt. Jos. Turgeon; No.3, St Isidore, 
Capt. F. D. Turgeon; No.4, Stp. Justine, C.lpt. Louis 
Merder. Adjt., . Qr. l}[r., F. X, 
Chabot. Surg. J{aj., L. M. Genest, M.U. 


93rd "Cumbcrland" Bat.talion 0f Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 
Spring IIill, N. S.I. Lt.-Colonel, Matthew B, 
Harrison. Major, 
Compani,s: 
o. 1. Salt'lII, Capt. G. H. Black: No. 
2, Spring Hill, Capt. WIII_ Letpher; No.3, l\laccan 
and River Hebert, Capt. Jeptha Harrison; No.4. 
Maccan and Mountain, Capt. H. C. rrlills ( It[ apeltnn); 
No.5, Oxford, Capt. Will. Oxìey; No.6, Spring Hill, 
Capt. E. A. Potier; No.7, Parrsborough, Capt. C. A. 
E. Kelly. Paymaster, Hfln'y Maj. Gpo. E. Churph. 
Adjutant, Capt. L. H. Donkin (SpriW1 Hill). Qr. J[r., 
H. J. HarrÍ>mn. Surg. Jlaj., Jos. Hayes, M.D. 


94th" Victoria" Battalion of Infantry, .. Argyle High- 
landers" (Hd. Qrs., B(J(ldeck, N. S.). Lt.-Colonel, 
J. L. Bethune. ,\Iajor, C. W. Hill (Sydney). 
COlnpanies: No.1, Baddepk, C:lpt. A. F. l'IIPI{ae ; No.2, 
Mltldle tHver, Capt. J. D. McUae; No.3, Grand :Nar- 
rows, Capt. J. P. loll" N
iI; No.4, Baddep k, Caþt. !oJ. H. 
Mackeuzie; Nfl. 5, Forks Bridge, Capt. non. Gillis; 
No.6, Big luten-alE.' (Margaree), Capt. W. R. !\1<'Kellzie. 
Adjutanf, Cart. am! Ut. Mil.!. H. A. Foyle. Qr. ..'I-Jr., 
John MeDouald. SILl"[!. Lt.-Col., A. D. MacGillvray, 
l\I.D. 


INDEP";NDEJIOT COMPANIES. 
Saint John Rifle Company (N.B.). Badge: A Bngle. 
Motto: .. Quo P atri,
 voeat." Cnptain, E. A. Smith. 
}3ra:ndon Infaub'y Company (1I[n/
.). Capt., F. J. Clark. 
Sanlt Ste. Marie Rifle Company (Ont.). Captain, Bt. 
Maj. T. H. Elliott. 


)IILITIA AKD DEFEXCE OF UAXADA 


Previou!i to the confederation of the Provinces, the de. 
fence of this country was entirely in the hands of the 
Imperial GovE.'rnment, who for that purpose maintained 
troops in each ProvÏIwe, !-;upported by various local 
,'olunteer militia corps. This volunteer militia l.ad, 
-when called upon, rendered most elfici
nt service in 
tunes of trouble. 
AfterConfederation the British Government gradually 
withdrew all the Imperial troops from this conntry, and 
at I,resent only maiutain a garrIson at Halifax, and a 
naval establishment there and on the Pacific coaHt. 
By the British North America Apt the conlilland in 
chief of all naval antImilitary forces of and in Canada was 
vested in the QIH't'lI, and the control of the same was 
placed in the hamls 01 the Dominiu1l Parliament. A De- 
partment of Militia and Dpfence was at the same time 
estahlishell, thE.' first Minister being SU' George E. Cartier, 
and the first M!htia Act was I'Rssl'd iu1868, 31 Vic., chap. 
40. The Apt was sub"equeutly amended in val'ions ways, 
but i.. praptically embodied in the present Militia Act, 
49 Vie., chap. 41 (Revised Statutes, I!:ìS6). By it the 
militia of Canada is der-lared to consist of all the male 
inhabitants of Canada of the age 01 18 years or upwurds 
and under 60, not exempted or disqnaliliell ùy 
law, tillS pupulation being divided into four classes, as 
follows :- 
The lil'st class comprises those aged IS or upwards 
alJ(I under 30, being unmarried or widowers without 
-children. 
The seeond class comprises those between the ages of 
30 and 45, being unmanicd or wil\owers without children. 
The third dass eomprisE.'s those between 18 and 45, 
Leing married, or widowers with ehildrt'D. 
The fourth class comprises those between 45 and 60. 
The following persons are exempt from enrolment and 
acti ve 
ervice at any time: Judges, dergJ'lllen and 
minÜ,ters ot all religious denominations, professors in 
colleges and tenchers in religious orders, th!' wardens aud 
offiC"Ïals of all penitpntiaries and lunatic a:s}'lums, persons 
physically disahled, and any person being the only son 
(If a widow ami her only support. Certalll other personli 
are exempt from service except in case of war. 
The uumber of men to he trained and drilletl annually 
is limitl'rl to forty thousand, except as -;peeially author- 
ized, and the period 01 drill is to be sixteen days and not 
less than eight d,lp; each year. 
'I11C Militia is divided into Acth e and Reserve land and 
marine force. 'fhe Adive land and marine force is com- 
posed of llIen raised either hy volunt,lry enlistment 01 
by ballot, and thc He'Serve force consists, practipally, of 
the whulf of the dficient men not serving in the Active 
"Militia uf the time being. 
The period of sl'rvke is three yt'ars. 


The following is an analysis of the Units which com- 
pose the Permanent and Active Militia of Canada, b}' 
arms of the sen ice :- 
P
;nMAXEXT FORCE. 
Royal Canaùian Dragoons-" A" Squadr
n, Toronto; 
" B" Squadrou, Winnipeg-. 
Royal Canadian Artiller
. -" A" Field BatteQ', King- 
ston; "B" Field Battery, Quebec; Nos. 1 and 2 Gar- 
rison COlllp
lnics, Quehel'. 
Ro
 al Regiment of Canarlian Infantry-TIegimental De- 
pots: No.1, London, Ont.; No. 
, Toronto, Ont.; No. 
3, St. John, P.(l.; Ko. 4, Fredericton, N.B. 
ACTIVE 
IILJTIA. 
Cavalry-7 Reg-iments of 4 Squadrous ea('h. 
1 Regiment of 3 Sqlladrons
 
5 I ndepen<lent Sq uadronf'. 
\rtillery, Field-l Brigade of 2 Battencs each. 
15 ludependent Batteries. 
ArtilleQ, Garrison-2 Re
iments of 5 Companies each. 
1 " 4 .. .. 
3 3 
8 Indepemlent Companie<!. 
Enllineers-2 Indel'enclent Comp:lI1ies. 
InfantQ and Rifle<!-5 Battalions of 10 Comp:mies ea('h. 
3" I)" .. 
1
 8 
]3 7 
H 6 
3 5 
5 4 
.1 IlIdeJJ
ndent Companies. 
TOT\L ESTABLISII'IK"T o
. TIIK PERMANEST FOIlCB AND 
.\.crl\
; 1I1L1TIA. 
Permancnt Force. 


Cavalr
-, all ranks... . ...... 
Art iller} , " 
I nfantrr, 


}IF-N. 
........... 145 
340 
316 


Total of Permanent Force. ... ........ 801 


A{'(Ï/'c .Uilitia. 
Cavaln, an ranks., 
A rtille'rJ, " 
Eng'i Jlecr
, " 
Inf:Ullr
, " 


2,295 
4,028 

12 
28,962 
. 35,497 
801 


Total Al"tÏ\e 
filitia............ 
Total Pel"lnaucnt Forl'e. 


Grand Tot1l1 1'l'I"IlIanent For('e ami 
Aem I' 
Iilitia. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . .. 36,298 
--- 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 


Entered Confederation 1st July, 1867. Population 1891-2,112,989. 
SEAT OF GO\'ERXMEXT. . . _ . . . . TOROXTO. 
LIBUTENA
T-GoVER
oR, Lieut.-Colonel the lion. G. A. Kirkpatrick, !i'lO,OOO; Official Secretary, Commander F. C. 
Law, R. 
., $1:1,200; Private Secretary, Arthur T. Kirkpatrick, 
OO. 


EXECt::TI\"K cm.
CIL. 
.Attorney-General, Hon_ A. S. Hardy............ $7,000 I .Uiniflter of E(l1lcation, Hon. G. W. Ross...... .' 
C01n1lLissionerofCroll'n LandlJ, Hon. J. M. Gibson. 4,000 .Uini"ta of Agricultw'e and Regifitrar, Hon. 
Commissioner of PtlbHc Works, lIon. W. Harty._ 4,000 I John Dryden.. .... ............... ......... 
Secretary, Hon. E. J. DIl\ i!'... .. .. .. 4,000 Without Portfolio, lion. E. H. Bronson . 
Treasurer, Hon. Richard Harc'ourt. . . . . . . . . . . .. 4,000 
Clerk, Execu.fi"c Council, John R. Cartwri!!ht; A flJ;;Htant Clerk, J. Lon,;dale Capreol. 


84,000 
4,000 


OFFICERS OF TilE LKGlSL'TIVE AS"E\JBLY. 
Clerk of the IIow<!' and Clerk of the CrOl/'n in I AccOtllltunt, Lurl. K. Cameron... . ... .... ., 
ChanceT]/, Charles C\:Lrke.. " '. . _ _.. ::;1,800 I_all' Clcrk, A. 
I. D) mond .. .. -. .. .... -. -..' 
.AssÏJltant Clerk, Arthur H. Sydere .... 1,;;00 Sergeant-at-Anl/s,}'. J. Glackmeyer . .. .. ... - .' 
Clerk, J. 
1. Delamere............. _............ 1,000 lIolVie Keeper and Chief Messenger, P. O'Brien.. 


$400 
900 
ðOO 
900 


ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. 


.Attorney-General, Hon. A. S. lIardy. . 
Deptlfy Affnrney-GpJU>ral, J. R. Cartwright. 
Leflal S"cr
tarll, A. 
I. D
 mond. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 
Assistant Clerk ExecutÙ:p Council, J. L. Capreol, 
Clerk and PrÙ'ate Secretary, S. T. Bastedo. _.... 
Government IJetectÙ'efl, J. W. 
Iurra), 81,630; J. 
E. ROg"ers, 
1,3;;o; Wm. Greer, 
1,1)00 .... .. . . 
'X8PFCTOR OF REGISTRY OF}'JCES. 
Cmpectm', D. Guthrie, Q.C., Guelph.. _.. .. 


REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Regi..qtrar-General, lIon. R. Harcourt........... 
Deputy Re!rixtrar-(';enPTal, Dr. P. H. Hr
ce..... 
lmpecto-r, Col. R. B. lIamilton.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Cle'rks, .J. 
1. Ridley, T. F. Callag-han, C, 
1. Par- 
dee, P. Jones, and C. So Horrocks... 
Stenographer, H. J. Scohie . _ .. .. .. . . .. .. _ . .. .. 


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
CommiqHil/ner, lion. Wm. Harty . _ $-1,000 
Secretar!l, Wm. Fdwards .... _.. _ ........... _ 2,200 
Consulting Architect and Enginl'er, KÏ\as Tulh. 2,000 
Engineer, R. 
lcCallum .. . . . . . _ . . . . . . .. . . .. . :_ . 2,100 
Law Clerk and Al'co/lntant, J. P. Edwards...... 1,300 
Architect, F. A. IIcakes.... ...... .... .......... 1,650 
Engineerin,q Dra/(flhtHman, R. P. Fairhairn .... 1,350 
ARs't Engillpl'rin,g DraughtJlman, C. G, Horetzk
. 1,100 
A
s't Arl'hitectnral Draw/htsman, T. 
I. Henness) 1,050 
Ftrst Clerk and Shorthand Writer, }L Wilson... 1,250 
Clerk and Paymaflter of Outlying WorkH, S. G. 
O'Grady. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .... _ _. _ . . . _ 
Clerk anci Stellographl'r. Edith H. Brown....... 
Messenger, etc., C. A. McDonald.. ..... ...... .... 


PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 
$7,000 Deputy Ref/i"trar, ,T. F. C. Ussher ..... .... $1,400 
3,()()/) CMef Clnk, (;eorge Hohhs. .. ...... 

OO 
1,600 
1,750 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 


Provincial Secretary, lion. E. J. Davis. 
ASisifitant SpC!'l'tal y, Geo. E. Lumsden. . . . " ,. ., 
Chid Clerk, J. R 
lcLa('hlan. ... 
J!iniflter's Secretf/rl!, J L 
Icintosh 


$4,000 
2300 
Ù
O 
..,250 


1,500 


INSPF.CTOR OF IXSUltANCE. 
Inspector, J. Howarù Hunter, 
I.A ....... 


2,800 


OFFICE OF PRISO",S AXD PI-RLIC CIIARITIF.S. 
lnflpectorfl of PriHnllf/ and Public Charities, T. F. 
Chamberlain, :\1.D., "'2,500; Jame!' Noxon..... 
Chief Clerk, .J. Malin ..................... 
Public Il/stitutiollJl. 
Institution for the Deaf ami Dumb, Belleville- 
SuperintendP1tt, It. Mathison. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Bursar, A. :\Iatheson ., . . . . . . . . . .. 
Institution for the mind, Brantford- 
Principal, A. II. D
lllond............., 
Bursar, W. N. Ho!osie.......... 
Central Prison for ontario, Toronto- 
Warden, J. T. Gilmour, 
I.D.. .. .. .. 
Bursar, Alex. Jalfray . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 
Rpformator.v for Bo
 s, Penetang"ui!iihene- 
Superintendent, Thos. lIIcCrosson .......... 
Bltrf/ar, W. P. Band. ,....... _.... 
Andrew 'Mercer Reformator\ for Females and In- 
dustrial Refug-e for Girls, 'Toronto- 
SttpPrintewlt>nt, :\11'1'1. O'Reilly.. .. 
Bursal', R. \\. Laird .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 


2,400 
1,300 


1,600 
1,000 


1,600 
1,100 


2,000 
1,300 


1,600 
950 


1, ú50 
500 
600 
[ 12
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1,000 
1,100 



Hoy. ARTllrR STl'ROES HARDY, PREMIER OF ONTARIO. 


PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 
Trea8Urer, Hon. Richard Harcourt. . . . . . . . . . . . .. S-!,OOO 
AxSÏ8tant Treasw'er, \Y. N. Anderson. 0 . 0 . . . . . . . 2,300 
Chief Clerk, F. A. Carrell ..... 0 . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . .. 1,350 
Treas.,Sec. &Cl'kof Algoma. 'i'axes, L. \'. Percival. 1,550 
Cashier, W. C. Noxon. 0 0 . . . . . . . . 0 _ . . . . 0 . , 1,150 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH. 
Chairman, Dr. J. J. Cassidy. _ _.. _ ... 
Secretary, Dr. P. H. Bryce...... 0..... 
Analyst, J. J. }Iackenzie .. ....... 0 ............. 
Clerk, G. B. Lindsay (Acting) .. 0 . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . 
Stenog'rapher, Mo H. Smith.... 00.0...0. 
PRO\'ISCIAL 'IIDlTOR'S BRA
C". 
Provincial Auditor, C H. Sproule.. . 0 . 0 ....., 
Book-keeper, A. J. (tattray _ _ _ _ 


INSl'EcroR OF DIVISION COITRTS. 
Inspector, Joseph Dickey. . . . . . 0 0 .. . 0 . 0 0 0 . . . . . . . l,70U 
LICE
SK AND AD)IINISTRATION OF JUBT'CE ACCOUNTS 
BRANCH. 
First Officer, Henry Totten. . . - 0 .. __ . . . . .. . . . . . . 
Acting Accountant, Jo F. }Iowat. 
QUEEN'S PRINTER. 
Qu,een's Printcr, L. K. Cameron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 
Assistant Queen'li Printer, G. E. Thomas. . 


A8\ LU:IIS tOOR THB IN>!ASE. 
Inspector, R. Christie. 0 
Toronto- 
Medical Superintendent, D. Clark, :lIoD. 
BvtTsar, Will. Tracy. . . . . . 0 . . . . . 0 0 0, " . 
London - 
Mediral Superintendent, R. 1\Io Bucke, :lI.D. 
Bursar, C. A. Sippi . 0 . . 
Kingston- 
/Jledical Superintendent, C. K. Clarke, :lI.D.. 
Bursar, \ViIliam Anglin. ..0. . 


Hamilton- 
J[edical Svtperintendent, J. Russell, }I.D. $2,000 
B1trsar, B. Way.. ... 1,400 
1rlimico- 
iUedical Superintendent, N. H. Beemer, M.D. l,7nO 
Bursar, James Corcoran.... _. _. _ ........ l,ool
 
BrockviIle- 
lUedical Superintendent, ßo 1\lurphy,}I.D. 1,;00 
BUTflUr, J. W. Baker. 0 ....0..0....00 1,200 
As
 lum for Idiots, Orillia-- 
l'[edical Superintendent, Ao H. Beaton, }I.D. l,buO 
Bursar, T. J. }Iuir 0 0.................. 1,000 


DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. 


2,400 
1,500 Commissioner ofCrolt'n Lands, lion. J. }l. Gibson $4,000 
Assistant Commilisione", Aubrey \Yhite... .. 2,800 
Law Clerk, G. Kennedy 2,000 
Shorthand Writer 
Sales and Flee Grallts Branch. 
î:

g Chief Clerk, A. Kirkwood. .. .... .... - 
SurveYIi, Patenti< and Roadx. 
1,800 Director of Surveys, G. B. liirkpatrick, P.L.S 2,Oou 
1,200 Draught-'lnan, W. Revell. 0.... .0....0.0...0.0.. 1,300 
Chief Clerk of Patent", U. S. Jones.. .0. .. _ _ 1,400 
Superintendent Colonization Roads, H. Smith 1,900 
WOO(lB and Forests Branch. 
2,000 Chief Clerk, J. A. G. Crozier. . . . . . . . - 
1,400 Porestry. 
Clerk of Foreflt1"!I, Thomas Southworth, Parlia- 
î:
88 lIlent Buildings, Toronto.. ...... 
Accounts Branch. 
2,000 Accmmtant, D. G. Rm;s - 
1,300 Registrar, Frank Yeig-h -. 
[ 12-1 ] 


1,900 


2,600 


1,750 


1,800 
1,400 



1897] 


PROVIXCE OF OYTARIO,-l\lOUXTED POLICE FORCE. 


125 


jJ(ining Bureau. .DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
Director of 3'fines, A. Blue...................... $2,500 Jlillister, Hon. John Dryden ....... . '. ". . 
Crown Timber A
nts. Private SecretaT1J, W. B. Varley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
()ttawa.. E. J. Darby (Act"g) I Quebec ..,... B. Nicholson Dep'y 1Uinistel' and Secr'y Bureau of Industries. 
Parry Sd.. . . . . F. Halliday I Peterboro, J.)3.McWilliams C. C. James. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Port Arthur. . . . H. 
Iunro I Rat Portage. . W. l\Iargach Assistant Secreta1'y of Bureau, W. F. McMaster. 
S. Ste. Jlarie, P.C.Campbell First Clerk, W. O. Galloway.. .. .. '. ........ -. .. 
Shorthancl Writer, Thos. McGiUicnddy. . . . . . .. . . 
Crown Land Agents. Supt. of Farmers' In.,titutes, F. W. Hodson..... 
Bracebridge..... Wm. Kirk Po'/Oas><an... .J. S. Scarlett btRtructorinRoad "'[aking, A. W. Campbe.ll, C.E. 
Brndenell... ..John Whelan Plevna...... .A. W. Wood AGRICULTl'RAL COLLEGE, GUELPIJ. 

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a
 ! President, James 
lills, LL.D. .................. 
Rainy lliIJer..R.J. F.
Iarsh Port Arthur. .J. F. Ruttan Prof. of C
enu"st?,!I, A. E. Shuttleworth, RA.Sc. . 
Fort Fraltces.C..J.Hollands Rat Portage.. W. 
Iargaeh Pmf. of ...Vat: H1><tO/"]/, J.. H. Pant?n, M.A. ...... 
\V.Stephenson (Acting). Far
n Supe;tlttenrlent, \\ m. Renme ............ 
IÆ
keard....J. Armstrong Rd'sLanding.G.Hamilton Ægn
ulturl.':t, G. E.Da
',B.S.A................. 
Haliburton. .C. R. Stewart Sault Ste. jJ[arie,W. Turner HortlC
/ltltl:18t, H. L. Hu
t, B.S.A.............._ 
Kingston.. R. l\Iacpherson Sudbury.. Thomas J. Ryan Bacten
lof/IRt, f. C. Harr,son, B.S.A.. .. .. .. 
L'kmable...... .J. R. Tait St1lrgeonF's.J.D.Cockburn Prof.. oj Datrymg, H. H. Dean, B.S.A.........__ 
"'[Ilgnetewan.. . .S. G. Best Thessalon... W. L. Nichols EIl!Jl1><h J[nst('r, 
 B. Reynolds, B.A............ 
J[attawa .... B. J. Gillig-an Massey Station P.O., Lect1/rer Ojt Agr/Cultur. e , R. F. Holtermann... 
-'Tinden... . W. Ha
tle D. G. l\lcDonald Prof. (!f 
 eterwory SCience, J. H. Reed, V.S.... 
Asst. Resident "'[aster, T. F. Clark, B.S.A....... 
SUPF:RIXTENDEKT NEGLECTED CHILDREN. Experimentalist, C. A. Zavitz, RS.A............ 
Superintendent, J. J. Kelso....... ............ $1,2()0 POllitr.'1 Manager, L. G. Jarvis.... .. .... ........ 
Assi.
tant ChemÚ,t, R. Harcourt, RS.A. ...... _. 
Dn1llnstructor. Capt. W. Clarke. . . . . . . . . " __ 
850 Phyxician, W. O. Stewart, M.D. ... .. ....., 
Bursar, A 
lcCallum '. . . . . . . . _ .. .. . . . . .. . . .. . . 
Stenographer, G. A. Putnam.................... 


GA'IE WARDEN. 
Chief r;01ll
 IVaI'den, Edwin Tinsley... _.. ...... 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 
(ST. JAMES' SQUARE.) 

linü;ter of Educatiun, Hon. G. W. Ross, LL.D.. 
Deputy Minister of Education, John Millar, RA. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant, F. J. Taylor......_ 
jJ1inister's Private Secretary, Henry Alley ...... 
SenivrCler/ci"J. T. R. Stinson, H. 
L Wilkinson, ea. 
" "A. C. Paull, F. N. 
udel .....each 
Librurian& Historiograplter,.J.G. Hod
ins,LL.D. 
Sup. .Jfech. In8ts. & Arts Schools, S. P. .l\Ia
., M.D. 


$4,000 
2,300 
1.600 
1,3511 
l,aOO 
1,100 
2,000 
1,700 


OXTARIO FACTORIES INSPECTORS. 
Robert Barber, Parliament Buildings. Toronto. . 
J. R. Brown, Parliament Buildin
s, Toronto..... 
O. A. Rocque, C )rleans, Ont. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Miss 
Iar
aret Carlyle, Parliament Bldgs., Toronto 
UUIIGRATION OFFICE. 
Secretary, David Spence.... .................... 
Agent in Live:-pool, P. Hyrne.................., 


THE NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE FORCE OF CANADA. 


$4,000 
1,000 
2,300 
1,700 
1,400 
1,000 
1,200 
1,500 


2,000 
1,800 
1,800 
1,200 
1,000 
1,000 
1,<JOO 
1,500 
1,200 


950 
500 
1.500 
700 
800 
300 
300 
1,000 
650 


1,300 
2,360 


Since our desCI'ipti\'e artide upon the organization 
and de,'elopment of the !>Iorth-\Vest l\lounted Police 
Force ill the CAX.
DIA:oï AL\lAXAC for 1896, page 233, 
there have heen no special changes to note. Two 
l\laxim g-uns have been added to the armament of the 
Force since that time. The present streng-th of the 
Force is 750, Officers, :'I.on-commissioned Officers and 
men, and will probably remain at that fi/-.'1.lre. 
The Department of North-West Mounted Police is a 
hranch of the civil g-overnment at Ottawa, under the 
<:ontrol and management of the President of the Privy 
Council, the Honourable "íUred Laurier, l\Jr. Frederick 
White, the Comptroller, being Deputy Minister. The "E" 
I\"IHION, CAWAR\" DISTRICT (He!. ell'S., Calgary) 
territorial or
anization of the force is at present as Supennt('1ufellt. .J.. HO\\e. 
follows: I Inl<ppctor>;, Z. T. "ood, F . Ha rper, D. H. Macpherson. 
IIF.AD tl e -\RT-.;HH, Regina. .. F" DI\ïSIOX, PRIX
E ALBERT 1I1STHICT (Hd. Qrs., 
CommiS!Rioner, L. W. Herchmer. Prlllce Alhert). 
.AxRiRtant COIll1nisl<ioner, J. H. :\I('Illree. Superintendent, G. B. 
[offatt. 
I,t.'pee'fIJr, J. B. Allan. 


R.:OIXA UISTR'CT. 
Snpprintl'/ulent, A. It Perry. 
1 "specfor", J. A. 
[('Gihhon, .J. O. Wilson, C. Starnes, 
M. Raker, R. Reicher, W. n. Irwin, Eo G. Brown. 
A. C. :\[af'donell, W. H. S('arth. 
Bltrlleon, G. P. Bell. 
Vet. SUr.1('1I11, .J. Burnett. 


4. A .. DI\ IHIO:oï, l\hru; CHRE" DISTRICT (Hd. (lrs., Maple 
Creek). 
Superintendent, 
. Gag-non. 
T nspectorR, M. H. White-Fraser, W. Routleclg-e. 
<;1Irq(>on, 
. i(, Frasel'. 


.. C" nl\ïSION, B-\TTLEFORO DISTRICT (lId. Qrs., 
ford). 
Superintendel1f, J. Cotton. 
InRpecto}">!, J. D. 
[oodie, J. V. Begin. 
SU/"[Ie()/t, L. A. Paré. 


" D" DI\ '81OX, 
[ACLEOD D'8TRICl" (Hel. Qrs., l\lacleod). 
S"pe/"il/t('ndent, S. B. Steele. 
ll/xpectors, G. E. Sanders, A. E. R. Cuthhert, Vi. S. 
Casey, H. J. A. Da,idson, A. 1\1. Jarvis, P. C. H. 
Primrose. 
Surgeon, C. S. Haultain. 
.fSRt. ref. Sltrgeo1t, T. A. Wroughton. 


"U" Dl\ïBION, ElI:\lOxro:oï DI;.;TRlcT (Ud. ClI'S., FOI,t 
1:\askatl'he\\ an). 
Superintelldr(/t, A. II. Griesbach. 
Inxpe(.tors, \. E. Sny/ler, n. 
L 110\\ ard. 
I " K" IH\"Js\II)/, IÆTnIlHJII{n: DISTHICT (Hrl. 
rs., I eth- 
bl"idg-e). 
Superil1tn'd,'nt, R. B. Deane. 
ll/xpect ll /".', W. S. Morris, W. 
L de Ray Williams. 


D.;TACII
n;xr FRO'll H.;-\o el"
Rn;HH, \.('''ON ÐISTRICT. 
1 n8])('rfo/"s, C. Constantine, D. E. Strickland. 
8urge'II(/, A. K Wills. 


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PHOVIKCE OF OKTARIO. 


[1897 


HOUSE OF ASSE:\IBLY-PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 
EIGHTH LEGISLA1'URE.- 


Lib., Liberal; Con., Conservative; Pat., Patron; Ind., Independent; P.P.A., Protestant Protecthe 
Association. 
NOTE.-The political part) is given af'cording to the best information obtainable. If there should be any 
errors the Editor will gladly correct them on advIce. 


CONSTITUE8CY. 


..!ddi7llJton . . . .. 
A Igoma, East.. 
Algoma, West.. 
Brant, N. R.... 
Brant, S. R.. _. 
Brockville . . _ _ _ . 
Bruce, S. R. . . . . 
Bruce, C. R.... 
Bruce, N. R. ... 


Cardwell. . . . . . . 
Carlet01& . . . . . . . 
DuffeTin ....... 
Dundas . . . . . . . 
Durham, E. R. 
Durham, W. R. 
Elgin, E. R.. . . 
Elgin, W. Roo.. 
Essex, N. R.... 
ESlJex, S. R.._.. 
Jl'rontenac . _ _ _ . . 
Glengarry ..... 
Grenville. . . . . . . 
Grey, N. R..... 
Grey, S.R...... 
Grey, C. R...... 
H aldimand . . . . 
Halton... .. .... 
Hamilton, WR } 
Hamiltun,ER 
Hasti1l{Js, E. R. 
Haxtmgs, W. R. 
Hastings, N. R. 
Huron, E. R... 
Huron, W. R. _. 
Huron, S. R.. _ . 
Kent, E. R..... 
Kent, W. R..... 
Kingston...... . 
Lambton, E. R. 
Lambton, W. R. 
Lanark, N. R.. 
Lanark, S_ R. _ . 
Leeds.. _ _ _..... 
Lennox ........ 
Lincoln. . . . . . . . 
London . . . . . . . . 
Middlesex, E. R. 
MiddleSiex, N. R. 
Jfiddlesex, W.R. 
Munck .......__ 
Mu!;koka . . . . . . . 
Nipissing . . . . . . 
Norfolk, S. R... 
Norfolk, N. R.. 
Nurthumb'ld, E. 
Northumb'ld, W. 
Ontario, N. R.. 
Ontario, S. R.. . 


POPl:- 
LATION. 


NA\JE OF ME!oIBF.R. 


P. O. ADDRESS. 


17,584 ,James Reid ., . . . . . . . . Con. Centreville 
26,028 jCharles F. Farwell. . .. Lih. Sault Ste. 
Iarie .. 
15,829 ,James Conmee . _.... .Lib. Port Arthur.. ,. .. 
11,406 Daniel Burt. . . .. ......... St. George....... 
21,811 Hon. A.S. Hardy.. ... Lib. TÇ>ronto.. . . .. . . . . 
17,787 George A. Dana... .Lib. Brockville.. .. 
22,1
4 I ReUbe? E. Truax..... . Lib. W.alkertoll ....... 
19,5/5 John S. McDonald... . Pat. Rlple
' .... _...... 
22,874 " D. McKaughton._P.P.
4. J; Underwood.., . 
[Pat. 
20, 195 I Edward A. Little..... Con. Allandale....... " 
21,807 Geo. Nelson Kidd '" . Pat. Carp......... 
22,183 William D., nes . . . . . . .Pat' I Grange .. . . . . . . 
20,132 IJames P. Whitney. . . Con. Morrisburgh. . 
17,053 'William A. Fallis... __ Con. Millbrook . __ . 
15,374 Iwm. Henry Reid. . . . . Con. Clarke. . . . . . . " . 
18,445 ICharles A. Brower. . . . Con. New Sarum ...... 
24,932 ,Donald McNish.. . . . . . . Lib. Fing1l1 ......... . 
28,4:13 /William J. 
kKee.... . Lib. Windsor 
26,917 I Election to be held 20th October, 1896. 
14,689 Joseph L. Haycock.. _ Pat. Cataraqui . .. _... 
24,447 'David 
1. }IcPherson..Pat. Lancaster., ...... 
21,6(19 Orlando Bush. . . . . . .. Con. Kemptville 
24,068 James Cleland....... . Lib. Meaford........ 
22,817 David. McNichoL.... .Pat. Lamlash.......... 
24,329 Thomas Gamey. . . . . . . Pat. Maxwpll.......... 
18,216 I Hon . J. Baxter...... .L1:b. Ca
'ug-a _ ... 
21,982 I William Kern
....... Co.n. Burling-ton....... 
48973 J Hon. J. 
1. GIbson. .. JAb. TOl"Onto.. ........ 
, ) James T. :\liddleton. Lib. Hamilton. . . . . . . . . 
18,050 Alexander McLaren. .Pat. 
Ielrose .......... 
18,964 W. H. Biggar.........Lib. Belleville......_.. 
22,070 ,James Hag-Kerty. . . . . . Jnd. West Huntingdon. 
20,891 Thomas Giùson .oo... .Lib. Wroxeter ........ 
22,5;;8 IJames T. Garrow.... .Lib. Goderich 
23,il32 Murdo Y. 
lcLean.. .. Lib. Seaforth.. .. .. . 
25,2t9 itobert Ferguson. . . . . . Lib. Thamesville . . . . . . 
32,790 I ThOS. L. Pardo..Pat.&/,ib. Cedar Springs. - 
24,586 Hon. W. Harty....... Lib. ! Toronto . . . . . . . . . . 
23,148 P. D. McCallum.. P. P.A.J; Forest .........._ 
[Ind. , 
35,662 A. T. Gurd.. .P.P.A. ,/;I1I.d.,Petrolea.......... 
18,434 Richard F. Preston... Con. I Carleton Place.... 
19,291 IA. J. Matheson..... . Con. Perth...... _. _ . 
21,492 /walter Beatty...... _. Con. I Delta 
14,900 I w. W. :Meacham..... .con_ j Udessa ....... 
2'),394 J. Hiscott.. P.P.A. & Con. \ïrgil .. ...... .... 
31,977 j T. S. Hohbs ..... . Lib., London.. . . . .. ... 
22,292 WilIiamShore.... .Fat.IWhiteOak ....... 
18,615 Wm. H. Taylor...... .J
ib. Parkhill.......... 
19,460 Hon. G. W. Ross.. ... . Lib. Toronto... . .. .... 
15,408 Hon. R. Harcourt. .... Li". Toronto ......... 
17,850 Geo. E. Langford... .Con. Brace bridge ...._. 
13,163 John Lou/{hrin ... _ Lib. Mattawa .. . . 
15,116 Wm. A. Charlton.... .Lib. Toronto......... 
15,81;6 E. C. Carpenter ...... Lib. Simcoe. . . . . . . . . . . 
21,9\J5 W. A' I Willoughby. . . . Con. Colborne . . . .. ". 
14,947 Core1li C. Field... . . . . Lib. Cobourg ......... 
20,324 I ThOS. W. Chapple..... Lib. UJ\.bridge........ 
25,(131 Hon. John Dryden .. ., Lib. Toronto ......... 


1-'" e.: 
NO. OF XAME OF m;FE'TED I 
..E" 
VOTES CA.1WlDATE AIoD No. OF VOTES '" 
 
R.ECEIV'D RECEIVED. 
 
 
::e::e 


1849 Frank Halliday.... .1647 
1882 W. H. Hearst...... .1816 
1398 Joseph G. mng.... .1129 
2597 i Ë." Hopki

 : : : _ . . i9SÕ 
2045 R. J. Jellv .........1778 
1913 I w. Valens..........1762 
1932 W. M. Dack . . . . . . . .1401 
1369 { A. D. McConnell... .1123 } 
William McIntosh. .. 987 
1888 fiE. J etfs. . . , . . . .. .. . .1543 } 
l Chas. Robinson.... 6 
1(}86 G.Monk.... __.. ... .1136 
2465 Dr. Barr.. .. .... ... .1856 
2110 .J. P. Fox ......... .1923 
1746 George C:\Jupbell .. .1345 
1646 W. T. Lockhart.... .1585 
1700 { J. C. Dance " . . . . . .1334 1 
W. Ford.......... . 854 r 
2851 D. McColL........ .2680 
1843 { G. A. Wintermule...1597 } 
S. White.... _.. _... 001 


202 
66 
26
 
'i>Ï7 
267 
151 
531 
246 


345 
850 
609 
187 
401 
61 
366 
171 
246 


1517 J. S. Gallagher.. .. .1386 
21}30 G. H. :\lcGillivray. . .1646 
1820 { A. Buchanan.... . .1334 } 
) Joseph Scott.... .... 654 
lü46 { Charles 
ledcalf. . . . .1433 } 
2401 

. 




h
i
-: : : : : : 



 
1735 { Joseph Rorke..... .1193 } 
C. W. Hartman.. _ .1138 
1920 John Senn......... .1640 
2269 J. Husband.. ., ., ..2158 
2468 ,W. Hancock.. . . . . . .2011 
2348 C. R. 8mith ... ....2248 
1574 I N. Vermilyea...... .1413 
1473 R. J. Graham...... .1392 
1782 A. F. Wood.. .1732 
2129 W. Milne.......... .1676 




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n
:i


W

I
_:: : : 



 
2365 C. Darling. . . . . . . . . .1933 
3106 I.James Clanc
 ......2591 
22
2 lEd. H. Smythe. . . . .1850 
2070 it. J. :\IcCormick. .1871 
I 
3044 Chas. Mackenzie. . . .2956 
1499 ,W. C. Caldwell.... .1473 
183U { J. :\f. Clarke....... .1207 } 
I James Ferguson. '. 414 - 
1999 .T. B. Wilson.. .. __. .1626 
1089 { Thos. S
 ming"ton . .. 977} 
. R.:\1. Briscoe.. . . . '. 720 l 
%48 R. W. Thompson. . . .24t6 
3820 E. T. Essery.. .. . . . . 3017 
2280 it. W. Jackson.. .. . . 1881 
2015 .J. H. Alexander... .1887 
1970 J. A. Leitch . .....1858 
1519 HUg"h Crawford.... .1452 
1803 A. P. Cockburn.. _ .1635 
]345 Stephen Fournier... 698 
1424 G. Cruise.......... .1403 
1690 D. Dalton.. .. .. ... .1403 
1701 { F. L. We.bb .. .1522 } 
J. R. In'lUg" ....... .1166 
1401 J I Geor$e :\1itchell .. . .1256 } 
ì. -. IÜrk.. ., . . 24 
2114 Jas. GlendinlÙng ...2039 
2884 R. Millpr ........ .2564 


131 
384 
492 


213 
789 
542 
280 
111 
457 
100 
161 
8] 
50 
553 
76 
12 
432 
515 
432 
199 
88 
26 
523 
373 
112 
]22 
803 
399 
128 
112 
67 
168 
647 
21 
287 
179 
146 
75 
320 



189i] 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 


CONSTITUENCY. 


pore' - 
LATION. 


NA"E OF "E"BER. 


P. O. ADDRESS. 


127 


Ottawa (! j[em- 
bers) . . . . . . . . . 
Oxford, .N. R. . . 
Oxford, S. R.... 
Pa rry Sound. . . 
Peel........ .._ 
Perth, N. R.... 
Perth, S. R. . . . . 
Peterb()ro', E. R. 
Peurboro', W.R. 
Prescott. . . . . . _ . 
Prince Edward. 


44,H2 { Geor
e O'Keefe... .Lib. Ottawa....... -.... 
Hon.E.H.Bronson. ..Lib. I Ottawa........... 
27,037 Andrew Pattul1o.. . . . . Lib. Woodstock....... 
22,812 Angus McKay . . . . . . . . Lib. \ IngerSoll . . . . . . . . . 
18,967 Wm. HabL Beatt)'.... Con. Parry Sound. . . . . . 
...... JohnSmith...._._........ Brompton... . 
29,602 Thos. }lag\\"Ood. .. ... Con. , Poole .... . . . . . . . . 
22,114 John McNeil.. .' .... _Pat. Fullarton.. --.... 
16,803 .Thomas Blezard...... Lib. Westwood. . 
18,887 Jas. R. Stratton. . . . . . . Lib. Peterboro'.... . . . . 
24,173 F. E. Alfred Eranturel.Lib. Alfred........... 
18,889 John Caven. . . . . . . . . . Pat. Picton ., 


&Jljrew, S. R.. 
&nfretD, N. R. 
Russell. _.. _ .... 
Simcoe, E. R... 
Simcoe, W. R. . . 
Simcoe, C. R. . . 


Robt. A. Campbell. . . . Lib. Douglas. . . . " .,. 
HenrJ. Barr ..... _ . _ _ . Lib. Douglas.... _. ... 
Alex. Robillard.... ,Lib. Ottawa..... _ .... 
A. l.Iiscampbell. . . . . . . con. I )lidland _........ 
Archibald Currie..... Pat. Creemore ........ 
Robert Paton.... .... Lib. New Lowell...... 
John Bennett.. ..... . Pat. Athol , . .. .. ...... 
{ Thomas Crawford. . . Con. Toronto _. ...... 
Geo. :;. Ryerson. . . Con. roronto ..... . 
George F. Marter. . . Con. Toronto . . . 
Oliver A. Howland. . Con. Toronto ......... 
John H. Carnegie.... Con. Coboconk ........ 
.John McKay.. .... ., .' Lib. Woodville .. ,... 


23,972 
23,005 
29,970 
26,597 
19,910 
19,910 


StoT1Mnt . .. . . . . 27,156 
Toronto, w.. } 
Toronto, E... 181 209 
Toronto. N... ' 
Toronto, S. . . . 
Victoria, E. R.. 20,693 
Victoria, W. R. 18,648 


Waterloo, N. R. 25,325 Alex. B. Robert!'on .. . Lib. Nith burg. . . . . . . . . 
Waterloo, S. R.. 25,139 John D. Moore....... . Lib. Galt.... .......... 
Weiland....... 25,132 Wm. 1.1. German.... _ . Lib. WeIland.. ........ 
Welli1
gton, S.R. 21,391 John Mutrie.... .Lib. Oustio.... 
Ttellin!flon,E.R. 20,303 John Craig..... . . . _ . . Lib. Ferb'1.1S . . _ . . _ . .. . 
Wellington, W.R. 17,582 James Tucker...... ..... Parker.. ......... 
Wentworth, N. R. H,591 .John Iro Flatt...... . Lib. Hamilton......... 
Wentworth, S.R. 13,550 John Dickenson.. . ., .. .. Glanford . _ 
York, N. R..... 23,702 E. J. Davis.......... .Lib. King......... .,. 
York, E. R..... 18,317 John Richardson...... Lib. Scarhor')'......... 
York, W. R..... 21,863 Joseph W. Ht. Johu.. . Con. Toronto Junction. 


NO. OF 
\ OTFß 
RECEIV'D 



AME OF DEFEATED C
\NDl- ...: 
 - 
DATE AND NUMBER 
.
 
Ol" VOTFS RECEIVED. 
 -< 
;!i;;!i; 


381 
48(} 


108 
23 
465 
760' 
1208 
667 


231 
320 
789 
124 
87 


79> 


394 
1014 
1658 
805 
2077 
273 
470- 


918 
448 
9l 
686- 
65- 


3381 
3316 


A. F. 
c;Intyre .. . - .1923 } 765 
T. :\Ic"\ elty. . . .. . . - .2616 700 
H. J . Beck. .. ...... 9 


2454 I w. .JS'ancekivele ... .2073 
1008 James Sharpe...... .1488 
........... ......... .... 
2957 G. G. McPherson. . . .2849 
22
2 Thos. Ballantyne.... 
2(J9 
1621 ,John Lancaster 1156 
2280 t H. C. Winch . .1520 
2038 J. Cross............ 830 
'>1,19 { James Gibson ..... .148
 I 
- Isaac Wilson. . . . . . .. 397 f 
1802 { Dr. Dow!ing.. - . . . ..1571 } 
John Teuney....... 1 
1978 John Shaw, jr... .1658 
1976 John T\ tier... .. .1187 
20"1 J ',,:. M. Ìlan ey . .1897 } 
- 1 W. Lawson......... 759 
1509 J. S. Duff ..........1422 
1170 { -. Coutts..........l09! } 
A. B. Thompson.... 92-z 
1809 { W. Mack. . . . . . . . . . . .1405 l 
O. Fulton.. . . .. . . .. 633 r 
2494 G. G. S. Lindsay '. usn 
3101 John Armstronj!. . . .174:
 
4()07 Joseph Tait ........ 32o-Z 
6073 Charles 
Ioss....... 3996 
1688 Wm. Thurston. . . . . .1415 
1-85 { R. Bryans......... .1315 } 
I John Campbell...... 570 
2042 J ". OtterLe!n. . . . . . . .11
4 } 
1 F. G. Gardmer...... i<:..9 
2212 ,J. N. Si}Jes . . . . . .1764 
2579 IW. McClearv. ... .241:18 
1993 IG. A. Darh)........ .1307 
1318 { .James Parks.. .. .. .1253 t 
Joseph Hampton. .. 984 J 
1449 John Nicholson.... .1375 74 


2035 ,J. Hutchinson..... .1714 321 
1959 E. B. R\'ckrnan... .1525 434. 
2151 Iw. J. Hill. ...... ..2098 53- 


ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS AND ELECTORAL DISTRICTS-ONTARIO. 


&pre.ol
ntatit.".. Constituenrips. 
Barr, Henry............ Renfrew, N.R. 
Baxter, Hon. J. . . . . . . . . . . . Haldimand 
Beatty, 'Valter.................. Leeds 
Beatty, Wm. Raùb..... __Parry Sound 
Bennett, John........ _... _. .Stormont 
Biggar, Wm. Hodgins.. HI
stings, W.R. 
Blezard, Thomas. . Peterhorough, E. R. 
Bronson, Hon. Erllkine Hy.... . Ottawa 
Brower, Chai'. And.. ..... Elgin, E.R. 
Burt, Daniel. .' .. .... .. . .. Brant, X. R. 
Bush, Orlando............... .Grenvillt' 
Camphell, Rohert A.... Renfrew, S. R 
Carnegie, John H....... Victoria, E.R 
Carpenter, E. c........ . Norfolk, N.R. 
Caven, John....... .... .Prince Edward 
Chapple, Thomas W. . . . Ontario, K R 
Charlton. Will. A....... .
orfolk, H.R 
Cleland, .James............ . Grey, N.R 
Conl1lee, James... __... __ .Algol1la, ,,,. 
Craig, John......... .'Vellington, E.R 
Cr-dowford, Thomas. .... .. . 'l'oronto, W. 
Currie, Arch........... . Simcoe, 'V.R. 
Dana, Geo. Augustus... . . . . . Brockvillc 
Davis, Hon. J<:lihu J. . . ." . . Y ork,N. R. 
Dickenson, ,John..... ..'Ventworth,:-; 
Dryden, Hon. John..... .Ontario, S.R. 
Dynes, Will.......... ........Dutferin 
Evanturd, F. E. A............ Pre
('ott 
Fallis, 'VIII. A......... .Durham, E. R. 
Farwell, Charles Franklin..AlgoIllß, E. 
Ferguson, RoLL.......... .Kent, E.R. 


Representarives. ConstirUelll'tfs. I RrpTtsentativfs. Con,qtitltenrÏR.s: 
Field, C. C....Northumberland, 'V.R. 
lacnish, Donald..........Elgin, W.R 
Flatt, John Ira...... Wentworth, X.R. McPherson, David Moo..... . GlengarlJ' 
Gamey, Thomas........... .Grey,C.R. :\lagwood. Thomas....... . Perth, N.R.. 
Garrow, James T.. .... . Huron, 'V.R. Marter, G. F............. .Toronto, N. 
German, ''1m. l\Ianley........ 'Velland MatheMon, Arthur Jas... .I,anark. S.R 
Gihson, Hon. J.1.I..... Hamilton. 'v. Meacham, W. ,V............__I,enno
 
Gibson, Thomas......... . Huron, E.R. :\liddleton, Jas. T.. " . Hamilton, E. 
Gllrd, Alfred T....... .Lambton, W.R. !\liscamphell, A. .. . Simcoe, E.R. 
Haggerty, JarneB ..... Hastings, N.R. Moore, John D.. ." Waterloo, S.H. 
Harcourt, Hon. Richard....... .l\Ionck !\IutriE', John..... .. Wellington, S.R. 
Hardy, Hon. A. S.........Brant, H.R. O'Keefe, (;co..................Ottaw.l 
H.trty, Hon. 'V....... __ . _ .. Kingston Pardo, T. L... . . . . __ .. Kent, 'V. R. 
H,
ycock, Joseph L..........Frontenac P'
ton, Rohert....... .. I"imeoe, C.R. 
Hi
cott, James. ....... .,. .... .I,inculn Pattullo, Andre
....... . Oxford, N.R. 
Hobbs, T. S.................. .London Preston, R. F........ _.. .Lanark, N.R. 
Howland, O. A........... .'l'oronto, S. Reid, James............... .A(ldingtoll> 
Kerns, Wm....................Halton R..id, '''m. H..........l)urham. 'V.R. 
Kidd, Geo. Nelson............ Carleton Richardson, John......... . York, E. R. 
L.wgford, Ceo. Ed.. ........ . MUHkoI..a Rohertson, A. B...... .'Vaterloo, :S.R. 
Little, Ed. AlL... __ __ __ . . __ . Cardwell Robillard, Alex. .' ... . . . . .. . Ru
"pll 
Loughrin, John.............. Nipissing Ros:'!, Hon. G. 'V... . 
Iiddleo;ex, W. R. 
M"Calium. Peter D... .I,ambton, E.R. Ryerson, G. R.. ...... Toronto. E. 
McDonald, John Ii. . . . . . . . Bruce, C. R :;hore, 'VIII... . . . .1\-1 iddlesex, F.. R. 
:\kKay, Angus.......... .Oxford, KR Smith, John ..' 0................. Peel 
'lcKay, John.......... Victoria, 'V.R. St. John, J. 'V............ York, 'V.R. 
:\leKee, ''1m. J........... . Essex, N.R. E;tratton, JllS. R.. PetE'rhorough, 'V.R.. 
:\l,.Laren, Alex........Hastings, E. R. Tltylor, ''1m. H.......
lid(lle
ex, N.R. 

Ic Lean, Murdo Y. . . . . . .. Huron, S. R. Truax, Reuhên E.. . . . . . . . Bruce, 8. R.. 
ì\kNaughton, Daniel... .. . Bruce, N.R. TucI..er. James. . . . .. 'VPlling-ton, 'V. 
Mc
eil, John............. . Perth, 8.R. 'Vhitney, James)'........... . Dunda<< 
McNichol, David........... . Grey, S.R. Willoughhy,W.A...NorthUinherl'd,E.R 


Ol<'FICERS OF THE ASSElIIBLY.-Charles Clarke, Clfrk of th
 HOllJJr; Arthur H. Sydere, Clrrk Assi.qtant: 
W. T. Preston, Librarian; J. M. Delamere, Clerk and Postmaster: Lud. K. Cameron, Acc(}!Ultant; A. M. Dymond, 
La", Clerk; .1<'. J. Glackmeyer, Ser"eant-at-Ar-l1Is; P. O'Brien, Housekeeper and ChiPf jJI(,8iJf"nger. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 


Entered Confederation 1st July, 1867. Population 1891-1,488,586. 
SKAT OF GOVER:I")IF.ST............ . . . . . . . . . . QUEBEC. 
LI'KrTF.XAxT-GO'.ERXOR.- Hon. J. A. Chapleau, :ïì10,OOO; Capt. H. F. Sheppard, Aide-de-Camp; Edouard Delpit, 
Private Secretary; Walter Lannen, l\Iessenger. 
EXECUTIVE corNCIL. 
Hon. E. J. Fl) nn.. _ _ . Premicr al
d 9 0 /fLlIlissivner I H
:]. L. P. Pell.etier.. . Altor.ney-Genual. . 
of Publtc Jf orks. T. Chapms. _ . . . . . . . Prl'b"1dent of COIl nCll. 
.. Louis Beaubien... . . CommÏl;bioner of Agricultm'e I .. }1. 1<'. Hackett.. .'. . Secretar!/ and Rl'[jÙ;t1.ar. 
and Colonization. .. A. W_ At\\ater.... . Treasurer. 
.. G. A. N antel. . . . .. . . Conunissioner of Crown La nds 
OF"'CERS.-G. Grenier, Clerk Executive Council; W. Learnmouth and A. Généreux, Clerks; and two l\Ieilsengers. 


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 


lIon. TUOMAS CIIAPAIS, Speaker. 


DlnslOX. XAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
Alma. . . . . . . . . . . Hon. Louis Tourville, Lib. l\Iontreal. 
Redford. . . . . . . . .. Thos. Wood. . . . Con. Dunham Flats 
DeLaDurantaye .. Pierre Garneau. Lib.Quebec. 
De Lanaudiere. .. L. Sylvestre.... Lib. Isle du Pad. 
De La VaUiere.. .. F X 0 }Ièthot Con { St. Pierre les 
'" .. . Becquets. 
De Lorimier.. .. .. J. G. LavÏolette.Con.l\Iontreal. 
De Sall/berry... 
Golfe. . . . . . . . . " .. David A. Ross.. Llb.Quebec. 
Grandville. . . . . , 
Inkerman...... .. G. Bryson, Jr.. . Lib. Fort Coulonge 
Kenru>bec....... .. N. C. Cormier..Lib.Ple!>sis,.il1e. 
I
a Salle. . .. \.. W. Larue... Con. Que bec. 
Lauzon. _ . . . . . ., .. 
. Audet...... Con. St. Ansehne. 


DlVlSIO:I". NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
Les Laurentides.Hon. T. Chapais..... Con. Quebec. 
Uille Islel? _. .. David Marsil.. .-Lib.St. Eustache. 
j',[onta1'ville... .. .. C BdeBouchervil1eC.Boucherville. 
R.epentigny..... .. H. Archambeault,L.}Iontreal. 
Rigaud. .... .. .. .. Wilfred Prèvost,Lib.:\Iontreal. 
Rougernont . . . . . .. 
Shawinigan . . . . .. John Jones Ross, C { st l e. P A
n ad e de 
a er e. 
Saurel.. .... .. .. .. Jos. A. Dorion. Con. St. Ours. 
Stadacona...... .. J. Sharples.... Con. Quebec. 
Vic t ori a . JaB K Ward L { CoteSt.Antoine 
. . <. l\Iontreal. 
Wellington. . . .. Francis E. Gilman,L.}[ontreal. 


OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATl\oE corXCIL. 
Clerk, Louis Frechette. I Clerk of French Journal and French T1.anslator, Nap. 
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, Sam'l Staunton Hatt. Legendre. 
Clerk Assistant, it. Campbell. Sergeant-at-Arms, and 
Clerk of English Journal and English Translator, R. Clerk of Committees, J. E. Bariheau. 
Campbell. 
OFFICERS OF TilE LF:GlSLATI\"E ASSE)'BLY. 
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, L. G. Desjardins. Clerk of Votes and Proceedings, N. F. de St. Maurice. 
Sergeant-at-ATln.
, Dr. Gédéon I,aroque. Asst. Clerk of rotes and Proc p ed in .l1 s , Achillas Mercier. 
Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms, Jos. Laroque. Clerk of Committees. FI's. L. Desaulniers. 
Asst. Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, A. C. Guilbault. Clerk of Printing and Records, Chs. Pageau. 
Dep ut 1/ Clerk, Clerk of the English Journal and Records, Stationery, Patrick Ken\ in. 
Paul E. Smith. Poxtma>;ter, Z. Duhamel. 
. .Asst. Clel'k of the En.'llish Journal. Alfred K. Austin. Asst. Poxtmaster, \'ictor Lacroix. 
Clerk of French Jcrn1.nal and Petitions, etc., Louis ChiefCoP!lin[l Clerk, P. P. Daunais. 
Fortier. Clerk in ChanCel'!l, L. G. Desjardins. 
As8Ï.stalit Clerk of French Journal and Petitions, etc., Chief j[e"sen1er, Ph. Simard. 
A. J. }IacDonalfl. 
Accountant, Laurent Sit,noneau. 
Clerks of the Private Bills Committee and Permanent 
OrdeTlI, Charles DelaJ<rave, Frs; L. Desaulniers. 
Chief French Translator, Leon Ledieu. 
ASllistant French Translators, Ernest Tremblay, Honoré 
Joannette. 
Chi.e.f t:nglish Trallslator, Crawford Lindsa;\'. L,aw.clerk,. L. J. Cannon.. " 
AliI/f. Englil'h Translators, E. R. Alleyn, Jos. E. TreffQ'. Spccml O.J!icer" at Lall', J. H. ohver, C. Lanctût.. 
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Library. 
Librarian, K. E. Dionne. 
Clerks, Joseph TruJel and Joseph Desjardms. 
Law Clerk's Office. 



1.1 
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1I0x. E. J. FL\NY, PREMIER OF QUEBEC. 


LEGI
LA TIYE AS8El\IBL Y, 


Hon. P. Ev. LEBLAYC, Speaker. 


CONSTI'lUESCIEB. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
.Ärgenteuil . . . " Simpson, Wm. John... Lachute. 
.Ärthabaska..... Girouard, Jos. Ena '" Drum'ndville. 
Bagot . . . . . . . . .. McDonald, lIIilton.. . .. St André d' Act. 
Beauce......... Poirier, Joseph. _..... StJosdela B'ce 
Beauharnois. . .. Bisson, E. H........... Beauharnois .. 
Bellechasse..... Turgeon, AdeIard..... N.-D. de Lévis. 
Berthier. ...... Allard, Yictor... . . . . .. Berthierville. 
Bonaventul'e.. .. Mercier, Hon. Honoré. MontréaI. 
Brome. . . . . . . . .. England, Rufus N. .. .. Knowlton. 
ChamÞly . . . . . .. .............. .' . . . . ., ............... 
Champlain..... Grenier, Dr. Pierre.... St. 1\laurice. 
Charlevoix.. .. . Morin, Joseph.. . _ _ . .. Baie St. Paul. 
Chaleauguay... Grei
, William.. .. .... Ste Mal. d'Orm. 
Chicout. et Sag.. Petit, Honore. . . .. . . . _ Chicoutimi. 
Compton........ )IcClary, Ch6.... .... Clifton. 
Deux-Jf ontagn's Beauchamp, Benj. . . .. St. Hermas. 
Dorchester. . . . .. Pelletier, Hon. L. P .. Québec. 
Drummond.. .. Cooke, Peter Joseph.. .Uontréal. 
Gaspé ......... Flynn, Hon. E. J ...... Québec. 
Hochelaga...... ................ ..... ..... ..... ..... 
Huntingdon.. .. Stephens, Geo. W..... )Iontrcal. 
Iberville. ,.. . . " Go
selin, F. (fils) '" . .. St. Alexandre. 
Jacques-Cartier. ..oo. .. oo .. ... __ . ... _" . .. . 
Joliette.. . .. .. .. Te1lier, JOB. M.. ...... Joliette. 
KamouTaska . .. Desjardins, C. A .. . . .. St And. de Ram 
Lac St. Jean.... Girard, Joseph. . . . . . '. St. Gedeon. 
Laprairie.. . . .. Do) on, Cyrille.. .. _ . .. St. Isidore. 
L'Assomption " 
Iarion, Joseph....... St. P. rErmite. 
Laval. ....... .. LeBlanc, Pierre E,- ." 
Iontrl'al. 
Livis... ........ Baker, Ig-nace A .. .... St. 
icholas. 
L'Islet......... Dechene, F. G. )1.. _.. Quebec. 
Lotbini
re. . . . . _ Laliberte, E. Hip. .. .. Warwick. 
JI askirwngé . . .. Caron, H el'tor . ...... St. Leon. 
Natane ..... _.. Pinault, L. F..... ... (luebec. 
.Jféyantic. . . . . .. King, James. . . . . . . . . . Quebec. 
Missisi'luoi..... Spencer, Elijah E..... Frelig-hsburg. 
.Ilontcalm. . . . .. )Iagnan, Octave. . . . .. St. Ale"is. 
9 [129] 


COYSTITlTEYClEB. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
J[ ontmagny . . .. Bernatchez, N .. . . . . ., St ThoB. Mont'y 
J[ ontmorency. _ Bouffard, Ed.......... Quebec. 
Montréal No. 1.. )Iartineau, François .. lIlontréaI. 
J[ontréal No. Ie.. Aug-e, Olivier M. .. .... Montréal. 
J[ontn!al No. B.. Parizeau, Damase...._ Montreal. 
J[ontréal No. I... Atwater, lIon. A, W... l\Iontréal. 
J[ontréal No.5.. Hall, Hon. J. S....... lIIontreal. 
J[ontréal No.6.. Dr. Guerin.. ......... Montreal. 
N apierville. . . .. Ste-)Iarie, Louis. . . . .. St. Rémi. 
Nicolet......... Beaubien, Hon. L..... Montreal. 
Ottawa......... Tetreau, Nerée........ Hull. 
Pontiac. . . . . . .. Gillies, David... . . . . ., Braeside. 
Portneuf. ...... Tessier, Jules....... . Quebec. 
Québec (Centre). Chauteauvert, V...... Québec. 
Québec, (Comtë) .. ... ..... _ . . . . . . . . . ...... . . . . . . . . 
Québec-Èst ..... Shehyn, Hon. JOB .... Québec. 
Québec-Ouest.. .. Carbray, Felix. . . . . . .. Quebec. 
Richelieu ...... Lacouture, Louis. . . . .. Sorel. 
Richmond...... BMard, Joseph....... Richmond. 
Rimouski.. . . . .. Tessier, Auguste. . . . .' ltimouski. 
Rouville. .. . . . .. Girard, Alfred.. . . . . .. lIlarieville. 
St. Hyacinthe.. Cartier, Dr. A. P...... Ste. )Iadeleine. 
St. Jean..... _.. Marchand, Hon. F. Goo St J. d'Iberville 
St. J[aurice . . .. Duplessis,L. T.N.L . . .. Trois-Rivières. 
Sf. Sauvpur .... Parent, S. Napoléon... St. Sauveur. 
Sheiford. . ... . . . Savaria. Adolphe F.. .. Waterloo. 
She,.brooke..... Panneton, L. E....... Sherbrooke. 
Soulan,qes . . .. Bourbonnais, A. G .. .. }Iontreal. 
Sfanstead . . . . .. Hackett, Hon. 1\1. F. ., Stanstead. 
Témil<couata.... Rioux, Napoleon...... Trois-Pistoles. 
Terrebonne..... Nantel, Hon. G. A.... }Iontreal. 
Trois-Rivières. _ Normand, T. E........ Three Rivers. 
Vaud'reuil... .. Cholette, Hilaire. . . . .' Rigaud. 
lrerch.ères..... .. Lussier, A. A. E. E .... Varennes. 
Jr olfe . . . . . . . . . . Chico)"ne, J Í'rôme A. .. Sherbrooke. 
ralllaska....... Gladu, \ïctor ........ St. Fran. du Lac 



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[1897 


BOARD OF HEALTH, PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 
Offices; 76 St. Gabriel Street, Montreal. 
President, E. P. Lachapelle, 
I.D., Montreal. 
Secretary, Elzéar Pel1etier, M.D., !\Iontreal. 
Inspector of Health, J. A_ Beaudry, M.D., 
Iontreal. 
Bacteriolo.Qist, Wyatt Johnston, !\I.D., Montreal. 
Chemist, R. F. Ruttan, !\I.D., 
lontreal. 
Recorder of Vital Statistics, L. J. H. Roy, M.D., Montreal. 
Jfembers-The President, ex-officio, H. R. Gray, Esq., 
Montreal; Robert Craik, 
1. D., 
Iontreal; Alphonse 
Méthot, Trois-Rivières; J. I. DesRoche8, 
1. D., Mon- 
treal; Laurent Catellier, 
I.D., Quebec. 
DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. 
Commillsioner, Hon. G. A. Nantel. 
.Assistant COif/missioner, Eugène E. Tache. 
Registrar, J. N. Proulx. 
ASliistant Regixtrar, L. H. R Garneau. 
Private SeL'retal y, E. Rodier. 
Superintendent of Surveys, C. E. Gauvin. 
Draughtsmen and Clerkfl, J. Taché, P. M. A. Genest, G. 
R.infret, F. O. Farrell, N. V. Lefrancois, F. Kewack, 
W. Waddell, G. A. Boil
. 
Inspectors of Surveys, H. O'Sullivan and D. C. MoreJicy. 
Accountant and Cashier, Victor Derome. 
Assistant Accountant and Cashier, J. Creighton. 
Clerk and Controller of Stationery, Arthur Gagnon. 
Clf'rk, A. P. Caron. 
Superintendent of Woods and Foreffts, P. Blouin. 
Clerks, Wm. Delaney, W. H. Hatch, P. R. Hamoredan, 
W. C. J. Hall. . 
S1tperintendent of Land Sales (Sec. West), C. O. Lavoie. 
Clerk3, J. Grenier, A. Woods and Hy. Thomson. 
Superintendent of Land Sales (Sec. East), E. Rouillard. 
Clerks, A. Dumais, J. l\I. Turcot, J. Martineau, R 
Duvrel and H. Talbot. 
Superintendent of Fisheriefl and Game, H. Chassé. 
Clerk and Draughtsman, E. Hamel. 
Law Clerk, E. Boufford. 
Secretary of Bureau of bfines, Jule8 Coté. 
Jlining Inspector, J. Obalski. 
Stenogmphersand Typewriters,J. A. Bellisle, A. J. Huot. 
Cadastre Offices-G. A, Varin, Secretary, F. W. Blaik- 
lock, Sun.eyor, 
Iontreal; C. Chartré, Secretary, F. X. 
Genest, Inspector, P. Gosselin, Assist. Inspect.or, L. 
. 
Dufresne, G. R Du Tremblay, Draughtsmen, J. A. 
Rouleau, Clerk, Quebec. - 
Office Keeper, J. Caron. 
LUessengers, J. Fiset, E. Grenier, F. I. Giroux, J. Tré- 
panier and A. Lacasse. 
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Crown Timber and Land Agents. 
Treasurer, Hon. A. W. Atwater. Jforehead P.O.. W. Clarke Quebec....... .J. E. Boily 
Ass't Treas. and Sec. of 7'reas'y Board, H. T. 
Iachin. Baie des Per
s. . A. E. Guav 7'hree Rivers. . .. E. Lacerte 
Book-keeper, Ale:\.. Hyde. blaniwaki..... .J. Comeau Joliette...... J. A. Martin 
Stenographer, R. H. O'Reg-an. Hull.. . . ., . H. MacGrady St.Agathe des lIfonts, C. J. 
Minister's Private Secretary, J. W. Wright. .. R.W. Farley (suù A). Marchand. 
Audit Branch-Provincial Auditor, A. H. Yerret; De. Gracefield....... A. Synek L. bfatapedia.. W.Michaud 
putl' Auditor, F. D. Thns. 7'hurso ... .J. A. Cameron Carleton W.. .
. Arseneau 
Revenue Branch-Comptroller, A. Brosnan; Inspector, Sherbrooke..JacquesPicard blontreal.. ..J. P. Landry 
T. A. Poston. .Arlhabaskaville.A.Gagnon Quebec. ..H. J. W. Carbray 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION St. Francis, N. E. . Gaspé Basin. .John Carter 
. W B. C De Lery Tadoltsac.. . . . Eug-. Caron 
Sttperintend
nt of Public I nlltruction, Hon. P. BOl1eher Ste. Claire.:J. E. Cayouette Perc
..... . . . . . . . E. Flynn 
de La Bruere, D. C. L. 1 Fraserville. . T. C. :\Iichaud Cap Chat. .. . . . . Loui8 Roy 
Fren
hSecretar.uof the Department, Paul de Cazes,LL.D. Rimouski, W..L.
.Asselint J/Islet.. _ _ .. .C. F. LeC'lerc 
Ellgl.tsh Sec'y of thé_ Department, Geo. \V. Parmelee,B.A. bfatalle. . . . . . . . . A. Fraser ..1l aillotlx . . . I... J. Turgeon 
Spectal Vlfice1', J. 
. ?!Idler. New Carlisle.. W. Maguire Grenville...... A. B. Filion 
Curator of the _Mw
ewn, D. N. St-Cyr. Hebertville ..... S. Dumais Chênæville.. Hercule Chene 
AccOltntant, 
oJ:1n S
rang.. Chicoutimi..... A. Sturton St. Jovite.. .. T. A. Christin 
Clerk 0.( Statistics, F. Com.llard. Roberval ., .. .. . .G. Audet Waterloo, O. B. Kemp,In8p. 
Rt;cord
ng Clerk, L. J. PreJen. . St. Pélicien,Arth. Poliquin Western :Sec. 
LLbra/"lan d'; C!lerk of French Correspondence, G. OUlluet. Constable of Beauce bt inex, Geo. Lecauteur. 
Clerk oJ Enghsh Correspondence, W. G. L. Paxman. I -' .,. 0 Q UJo:ßEC 
Clerk of Accounts, L. Lefebvre. CORPORATIO:O; OF Lum 81 R' EtORS F . . 
Assistant Book-keeper, Charles Blanchet.. llon
rar!l bfelllber,.Hon. Com. des Tenes de Is Couronne. 
Clerks A. Dessane, C. Li:vesque and P. Pré\ost. I Pre8
i}ent, A
t. Pa\ll
haud. . 
, l Ist f Ice-Preè'tdent, \\. 
lcLea Walbank. 
DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE &; COLONIZATION. !nd Vice-Presi,lellt, P. H. Dumais. 
SecretaTi/-Treasllrer, C. E. Gauvin. 
Sllndic.: George Roy. 
Tho!'. Breen, J. N. Gastonguay, P. V. Tålbot, Jos. E. 
Sirois, John SullÍ\'an. D. C. 
Iorency, Jos. P. B. Cas- 
grain, Jos. E. 
Iailhot, J. Ls. :\Iichaud, F. X. Genest. 
QUEEN'S PRINTER'S OFFICE. 
Queen's Printer, C. F. Langlois. I Clerk, Ed. Trudelle. . 
Rook-keeper, C. Pageau Mells!Jr., J. N. Bourre. 


PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. 
Provincial Registrar, Hon. M. F. Hackett. 
Deputy Registrar, J08. Boivin. 
Secretary to the Registrar, T. Nap. Pelletier. 
Clerks, Alfred Simard, Pierre Gag-non. 
Clerk of Archives, Eudore Evanturel. 


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
Commissioner, Hon. E. J. Flynn, Premier P ll. 
.Assistant Commissioner, Simeon LeSag-e. 
Secretary, Ernest Gagnon. 
Engineer and Supt. of Public Works, EIÛar Chare8t. 
.Assistant Engineer, T. A. Trudelle. 
.Accountant, G. W. Petry. 
.Asst. Accountant, Elliott Fraser. 
CltlTk, Joseph Roy. 
Director of Railways, L. A. Vallée. 
.Accountant Railway Office, :\1. J. :\Iurph
. 
Clerks, Claude Dénéchaud, J. R Gosselin. 
Registrar, F. X. Boileau. 
Deputy Registrar, J. E. Garneau. 
Draughtsmæn, G. St. Michel and L. P. Yallerand. 
Stenographer, Alphonse Gagnon. 
Private Secretary, J. A. Lefebvre. 


SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 
Provincial Secretary, Hon. 1\1. F. Hackett. 
.Assistant Secretary, Jos. Boivin. 
Private Secretary, 
Inspector of Registry O.ffices, A. Geoffrion. 
Inspectors of Public Offices, Gaols and Asylums, L. L. 
L. Desaulniers, !\I.D., A. L. de Martigny, M.D., amI 
John Aylen, M.D. 
Chief Clerk, Jos. Dumont. 
English Correspondence, T. J. 
Iolony. 
Recording Clerk, J. O. Laurin. 
Clerks of Statistics, and Clerks of Accounts for Lunatic 
.Asylums, Reformatory and lnd-ustrial Schoolll, C. E. 
Deschamps and L. P. Robitaille, 
.Accountant, Felix. Campeau. 
.Assistant AccoU/ltant, Eric Dorion. 
Clerks, J. B. Gagnon, S. Berg-eron. 


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 
Attorney-General, Hon. L. P. Pelletier, Q.C. 
.Assistant Attorney-General, L. J. Cannon. 
l-ns;pector of Registry Officefl, Aime Geoffrion. 
Clerks, H. Delagrave, W. Chapman, St. Georg-e Leg-endre. 
Messenger, W. Dubé. 


COm/IJilixioller, Hon. Louis Beaubien. 
Assistant Commissioner, George Auguste Gigault. 
Secl'etary, S. Sylvestre. 
Secretary of Council of .Agricllltltre, E A. Bamard. 
.Accountant, A. )1. Fleury, D'Eschanlbault. 
As"ixtant Acrmllltant, J. Arthur Páquet. 
Colonization Branch, Sergius Dufault. 
Registrar, 
. O. Demel"!'. 




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Entered Confederation 1st July, 1865. 
Population 1891, 321,294. 
SBAT OF GOVERKXEXT-FREDERICTOX. 


LIEUTBNAXT-GOVER!\'oR-The Hon. John James Fraser, $9,000. Aide-de-Camp-Major Gordon, I. S. C. 
Extra Aides-de-Camp-Lieut.-Co1. Armstrong, N. R Artillery; Capt. Henry Montgomery Campbell. 


EXECUTI,.B COUXCIL. 
Leader and Attorney-Geneml, Hon. .Jas. )Iitchell $2,100 I Solicitor-General, Hon. A. S. Wbite......... . . .. 81,200 
Provincial Secretary and Receiver-General, Hon. b[emben! of Council, Hon. Charles H. Labillois, 
L
J. Tweedie ......., .. .............. 2,100 Hon. L. P. Farris ........................... 
Sur"tYor-General, Hon. A. T. DunJl . . . . . . . . . . 1,700 Clerk, F. A. H. Stratton.... . . . . . . . . 
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HOUSE OF .A
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OFFICERS OF TIlE HOt SE OF ASSE\IßLY. 


Clerk, H. ß. Raillsford. 
.Assist. Clerk, J. Richards. 


Sergeant-at-AT1Iti!, H. Rut.ter. 
Engrossing Clak, 


COI:XTY. }[E
[BER8. I COrXTY. MEMBERS.. 
.Albert........ Hon. H. R. Emmerson. One vacant. Queens.......... L. P. Farris, I. W. Carpenter. 
Carleton.. Allan Dibblee, C. L. Smith, H. }lcCain. Restigouche ..... Hon. C. H. Labillois, A. H. l\lott. 
Charlotte.. .. Hon. Jas. )litchell, James Russell, Jas. St. John (City).. Silas Alward, C. B. Lockhart, Wm. 
, O'Br:ï en , qeo. F. Hill. T' I Shaw, A. A. Stockton. 
Gloucellter.... Johu SlVewrlght, P. J. \ el1Olt, F. K. St. John.... ,.. Albert T. Dunn, John )IcLeod. 
Paulin. Sunbury. . . . . ., C. R Harrison, David }Iorrow. 
Kent..... .' Jas. Barnes, Crbain Johm,ton, P. Leger. Victoria......... Jas. Porter, Adam Beveridge. 
Kings. .... Hon. Albert S. White, G. G. Sco\Ïl, G. Westm<Jreland... W. W. Wells, Hon. A. D. Richard, 
W. Fowler. F. 'V. Sumner, A. E. Killam. 
Madawaska... Cyprien )Iartiu, A. Bertrand. york.... ...... .J. Black, H. H. Pitts, Jas. K. Pinder, 
Nortll1lmber'ld John P. Burchill, lIon. L. J. Tweedie, Wm. T. Howe. 
John O'Brien, A. A. Davidson. 


.PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 
Provo Sec'y &: Receiver-Gen'l, Hon. L. J. Tweedie $2,100 
Deputy Provincial Secretary, and Deputy Regis- 
trm'-General, R. W. L. Tibbitts.. . . . " ........ 
Deputy Receiver-General, G. N. Babbitt........ 
Clerks, E. Hanson, 
"900; T. Otty Crookshank, 

CO; C. Sterling Brannen, 
700. ............ 


Engineer, A. R. Wetmore..................... 81,500 
Clerk, G. Fred. Coy .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 700 


1,500 
1,600 Commissioner, Hon. L. J. Tweedie.. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2,100 
Secretary, J. L. Inches....... .. .. .. .. .. 1,000 
Solicitor-General, Hon. A. S. White............. 1,200 


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 


SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Deputy Surveyor-General, Andrew Inches....... 81,4Ü(J 
Chiej Drau!Jh.tsman, T. G. Log-gie .... _ 1,400 
4.tlditor-General, Jas. S. Beek ... .. _.... " ...... 
.Assistant Draughtsman, R. S. Barker.. . . . . . . . . 900 Clerk, T. Ott) Crookshank.. . . . . .. .. .. . . . . . . " . 
.Accountant altd Lumber Agent, W. P. Flewelling. 1,400 Clerk of the Pleas, T. Carleton Allen.. . . . . . . . . . 
BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. Deputy Clerk of the Pleas, Robt. G. Wetmore.... 
Liltrarian, H. G. C. Wetmore.................. 
Chief C01llmis1lÍoner, HOIl. H. R. Emmerson... .. $1,;00 Caretake1' Parlirutlellt Bllildin!" John Lister..., 
Stcretaryto Board of Work", T. B. Winslow.. ..' 1,500 (ll/een's PriMa, R. W. L. Tibbitts.... .. . .. 
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DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS. 


$1,600 
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2,200 
600 
500 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA, 


Entered Confederation .July 15th, 1870. Population in 1891-154,442. 


SEAT OF GOVER
MRST.. . . . . 'VlSSlPEG. 


LIE{;TE
AST-GOVERSOR-Hos. JAMES COLEBROOKE P ATTERSOX, $10,000. 


PROVISCIAL EXECUTIVE. 


Premier, Pl'esident of Council, bfinistpr of Agriculture, 
Railu'ay Commissioner, etc., Hon. Thos. Greenway. 
Attorney-General, Hon. J. D. Cameron. 
.Minister of Public Works, Hon. Robert Watson. 
Provincial Secretary, 
Provine-ial Treasurer and Land Commissioner, Hon. 
D. H. 
lcMillan. 
Chitf Clerk Att'y-General's Departm
nt, H. A. 1IcLean. 
Chief Clerk Treasury Department, Wm. J. Ptolemy. 


Chief Clerk Dept. A.f1riculture, Hugh 1leKellar. 
Chief Clerk Public Works Dept., J. W. Sifton. 
Clerk of Executive Council, C. Graburn. 
Provincial Auditor, Geo. Black. 
CMef Clerk Provincial Secretary's Department mid 
Queen's Printer, D. Philip. - 
Librarian, J. P. Robertson. 
Sergeant-at-Anns, J. 
Iacdougall. 


Speaker, Hon. 


)IE)IBERS ÚF THE LEGISLATURE. 


Clerk of Legislative Assembly, K G. Conklin. 


CONSTITUENCIES. II"AME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
Avondale ........ Thos. Dickie.... Lib. Souris. 
Beautiful Plains. W. F. Sirett.. ..Pat. Neepawa. 
Birtle............ Chas, J. Mickle.Lib. Birtle. 
Brandon City .... Charles Adams. Lib. Brandon. 
Carillon.......... Roger Marion.. Con. St. Boniface. 
Cypress.......... A. Doig . _..... . Lib. GlenLoro'. 
Dauphin ........ Theo. Burrows Ltb. Winnipeg. 
Deloraine . . . . . . .. C. A. Y ounl! . .,. Lib. Deloraine. 
Denni8. . . . . . . .. .. Watson Croshy . Pat. Virden. 
.Emerson......... D.H.
lcFadden.Con. Emerson. 
Kildonan ........... H. Sutherland.. Con. Fernton. 
Killarney..... .... F. 1\1. Young- . ..Lib. Killarney. 
Lakeside _ . . . . . . .. .................... .............. 
Lan..<downe.. . .... T. C. Norris.. . . Lib. Griswold. 
La r erandrye. . Theo. Paré..... Con. St. Anne. 
Lome ........... Jas. Ridflell " .. Lib. Rosebank. 
.ManitOlt ......... J. D. 1IcIntosh. .Lib. Manitou. 




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Morris..... .... .. Stewart Mulvey. Lib. WiIlIlipeg. 


I COII"STITl'E..'iíCIES. NAME. P. o. ADDRESS 
 
'1!ountain........ Hon.T. Greenway: L Crystal City. 

orfolk .......... Geo. Rogers... .L7b. Carberry. 
North Brandon .. Hon. C. Sifton. Lib. Brandon. 
Portage la Prai-rie Hon. R. Watson. Lib. Ptge. L:I. Prairie. 
Rhineland. . . .. .. V. Winkler.... Lib. IIorden. 
Rockwood........ S. J. Jackson. .Lib. Stonewall. 
Rosenfeldt ....... E. Winkler.... Lib. Gretna. 
R'ussëll. . _ . . . . . . .. James Fisher.. Con. Winnipeg. 
St. 
4.ndre1Vs...... Sig-. Jonasson . . Lib. Winnipeg. 
St. Boniface.. . _ _ J. E. PrendergastI L. St. Boniface. 
Saskatchewan. . .. D. McNaught,. Lib. Rapid City. 
Souris . . . . . . . .. .. A.Mcl. Campbell. L. Melita. 
South B1'and07l... H. C. Graham..Lib. Ha\-fieJd. 
Springfield ...... T. H. Smith. ..Lib. Spring-field. 
Turtle bfo1wtain. . John Hettie.. .. Lib. Boissevain. 
West bourne . . . . .. T. L. Morton. . . Lib. Gladstone. 
Winnipeg Centre. , Hon. D.McMillan.L. Winnipe::. 
Winnipeg North.. P. C. 
IcIntyre.Lib. Winnipeg. 
Winnipep South.. Hon.J.D.Cameron.L Winnipeg. 
Woodlands... ... R. P. Roblin... Con. Winnipeg. 


BOARD OF EDUCATIOX. I 
Çhainnan, Most Rev. 
Ietropolitan of Rupert's Land. MUN'CIPAL CO\lMISSIOXER'S OFFICE. 
Secretary,Dr. Blakely, Winnipeg. . 
Rev. Dr. Bryce, R:. R. .Cochrane, Dr. E. W. 
IontgoRlery, I C01
mtSmfmer, Hon. J. D. Cameron. 
D. McIntyre, \\ mmpeg-; J. D. Hunt, G. D. \\ IIson, Chief Clerk, E. 
1. Wood. 
Brandon. 


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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


Entere<I Confederation July 20th, 1871. Population 1891-97,613. 
SEAT OF GOVERNMENT................ VICTORIA, V. I. 
LllmTEXA:.ã-GoVERXOR-Hon. Edg-ar DewdneJ, $9,000. Private Secretary, Capt. Walcott Richardson, $1,200. 
E},KCUT1VE COUNCIL. 
President........................ _." Hon. C. E. Pooley. 
ÂttOT1UJy-Gmeral &; Clerk of E:ucutive Council, I Premier and Jfin. of Finance &: Agriculture, 
Hon. D. 
I. Eberts, Q.C.. . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. $4,000 Hon. J. H. Turner. . . . . . . .. ................. $5,006 
ChiefCommissÙmerof Lands&: Works, Hon. G. R Jlin. of Education &: Immigration, Provo Sec. &: 

Iartin ...................................... 4,000 Min. of Jfi1UJ8, Hon. Jas. Baker.......... .... 4,ooct 


LEGISLATIVE _\SSEMBLY. 


Hon. D. w. Higgins, Speaker, 8500. Thornton Fell, Clerk of Legislative Assembly, $600. 
(j()NSTlTUEXCIE8. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. COSSTITUESCIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 
Ca 'boo { S. A. Rogers.. . -.... B
rkeryille NanaimoNorth. J. Brydon...... .' _. Wellington 
n ...... Wm. Adams.......... LlIrhtmngCre'k .. South. W. W. Walkens....... Nanaimo 
Cassiar.. .. .... John Irving.. .. ...... Vit.toria N. t W; C e
 t tmins- } J. R Kennedy........ N. Westminster 
Chilliwack. ..... Thos. E. Kitchen ..... Chilliwack er I Y ... . 
Comox ......... Joseph L. Hunter..... Victoria Richmond...... Thos. Kidd .......... Lulu Island 
Cowichan. { G. A. Huff.. . . . . . . . . .. Alberni r F. C. Cotton. . . .. . .. .. Vancouver 
.Alberni. Major Mutter..... .... Victoria vancouv'rCit yo L R A. . ' . 
V lc il p li h a e m rs s o . n ' _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :: 
Delta .. ....... Thomas Forster . .. ClaJ.ton 
Dewdney ...... C. R Sword.......... Matsqui f R. P.Rithet.......... \Ïctoria 
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J. Kellie .......... Revelstoke J. Braden ............ .. 
" South. J. F. Hume........... Nelson Victoria Xorth . J. P. Booth........... Vesuvius Bay 
East.. Hon. JaB. Baker.. . . .. Victoria "South. Hon. D. M. Eberts. . .. Victoria 
,Lillooet Ea
t ... D. A. Stodrlart.. .. .... Clinton rale North.. .. Hon. G. B. Martin.. .. .. 
.. JJ"t'st... A. W.Smith.......... Ullooet .. East...... Donald Graham...... Armstrong 
Nanaimo City.. Jas. }lcGregor.... .... Nanaimo .. West...... C. A. Semlin ......... Cache Creek 
Members' Sessional AllowancE' 8600 and Mileage. 


ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 
Provincial Secretary, Hon. James Baker. . . . . . .. $4,000 
Deputy Prol>Ïncial Secretary, A. C. Reddie...... 2,040 
Superintendent Printing Branch, R. Wolfenden. 2,100 


Attorne'!l-Gt'neral, Hon. D. }1. Eherts, Q.C. . .. .. $4,000 
Deputy Attorney-General, Arthur G. Smith. _ _. . 2,400 
&gistrar GUleral of Titles, C. J. Leggatt ...... 1,890 
Dep. Reg. Xt'w Westminster, J. E. Gaynor. .. 1,008 
J
 ancouver, T. O. Townley.. .. .. . . . . . . 1,890 


LAND AND WORKS DEPARTMENT. 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 
'fin. oj Fin. &; Agl'iculture, Hon. J. H. Turner.. 14,000 
Deputy Trewmrer, A. Flett . _.. .. .. . _ '. .. 2,280 
A uditQr, J. 
IcB. Smith.. . , .. . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . 2,280 
EDUCATION &; IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT. 
1.finister of Eclu'n & Immigration and blinister 
of bfines, Hon. Jas. Raker.... _........... .. 14,00C) 
Supt. of Education, S. D. Pope................. 2,400 
111.8pector of Schools, D. Wilson.. . . .. .......... 1,665 
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Chill Commisô-:oner, Hon. G. B. }Iartin. . . .. .. .. $4,000 
Deputy Commissioller, W. S. Gore. . 2,400 
C b.ief Clerk, B. H. John . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . 1, iS2 
Ckrk of Record,;, S. Phipps..................... 1,224 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 


Entered Confederation 1st July, 1867. 


Population, 1891--450,523. 


SEAT OF GOVERNMENT.............. . HALIFAX. 
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR (and Deput)" Governor for signing Marriage Licensesr-His Honour 1\1. B. Dal) , $9.000. 
Lt.-Col. H. W. Clerke, Private Secretar)o. 


EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 
Pres.ofCouncilJ: P1'Ov. Sec. .Hon.G. H. Murra)-.. .$4,000 I ],[embers11,ithout Office.......... .Hon. A. H. Comeau. 
.Attorney-General. ., ... _... . .. J. ,V. Longley.. 3,200 .. .. .... .' ... _ _. .. A. McGillh-ra,o. 
Com. ()f Works and Mtnes. _. .. C. E. Church... 3,200 .. .... ... .. Wm. Roche_ . 
Members 'I:t'Ïthout Office. .... .. Thos. Johnson.. co.. co...... .. ... co T. R. Black. 
Retired !J[embers of Executive Council retaining their rank and precedence, by special permiBlI'ion of Her 
Majelity-Hon. Charles Tupper, C.B., Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Alex. McFarlane. 
President of Legislative Council, Hon. Robert Boak. I Speaker of Legis. Assembll/, Hun. F. A. Laurence, Trlll"O. 
Clerk of Legislative Council, A. G. Troop. I Clerk of Legislative Assembly, John W. Ouseley. 


CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT. 


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND MINES 


Commissioner of Crown Lands, The Attorney-Genera1- Commissioner, Hon. C. E. Church. 
Chief Clerk, JaB. H. Austen. Dep'y Com. and Inspector of }'[ines, Edwin Gilpin, jr. 
Provincial Engineer, 
Iartin l\Jurphy. 
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 
Provincial Secretary and Treasurer, Hon. G. H.Murra.r' I " . . 
Depu
y Secr
tary, Herbert C
osskill. . J[edtcal 8l1penntendent, Geo. L. Smclalr, M.D. 
Marr!ag
 Llcens
 Clerk, Edwm C. FaIrbanks. VI C T O RIA GENER AL HO SPI TA L 
Provtnetal Cashier, Wm. K. Reynolds. . 
I },[edical Superintendent, A. P. Reid, M.D. 
I PROVINCIAL LIBRARY. 
Librarian, F. Blake Crofton. 


AGRICULTURE. 


Secre
ar1/ for Agr}C1tlture, B. W. Chipman. 
Promnetal Vetennary Surgeon, 'Vm. Jakeman. 


LEGISLATIYE ASSEMBLY. 


HON. F. A. LAFREXCE, SrEAJ;ER. 


CO);"STlTI.EXCIES. NUIE. P. O. ADDRFSS. 
.Annapolis...... .Hon. J. W. Longley... Halifax. 
.. .. .... Joseph A. Bancroft.... Round Hill. 
.A ntigonixh.. . . . . Chris. P. Chisholm.. .. Antigonish. 
.. . _. Angus Macgillivray. . . co 
Colchester... .. F. A. Laurence...... _ Truro. 
co ...... Firman 
lcClure. ... _ .. 
Cumberland. . . . Thomas R. Black..... Amherst. 
.. . . .. Alex E. Fraser....... Spring Hill. 
Cape Breton.... "0 111 . 
lcKay.. .. ...... Reserve 
Iine. 
co .... John l\IcCormack... ., S;\dney Mines. 
Digby.......... A. N. Gidne;\".......... 1\link Cove. 
.. .....,.... A. H. Comeau........l\Ieteghan Riv. 
Guysborough , .. D. H. 
lcKinnon. . . . .. GUJ sbom. 
.. _. John H. Sinclair.. .. .. New Glasgow. 
Halifax. _ _.. . W. B. WaUace..... _.. Halifax. 
co . 'rm. A. Black. . .. 
. . . . . .. \rrn. Roche........... 
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COXST'Tl"EXCIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRKB8. 
Inverness.. . . . .. John H. Jamieson.... Port Hood. 
.. . . . . .. Alex. Camphell. . . .. .. Strath Lome. 
lUngs. . . . . . . . .. Harry H. Wickwire... Kentville. 
.. . . . . . . . . .. Brenton H. Dodge.... Kent\'ille. 
Lunenblt/"g..... Hon. Chas. E. Church. Halifax. 
.. .. _.. A. R. Mora!:;h......... Lunenburg. 
Pictou. . . _ _. C. E. Tanner... .. ,... Pictou. 
.. . _....... Wm. Cameron.. .... Merigonishe. 
. . . . .. .. Alex. Grant. . . . . . . . . .. Stellarwn. 
Queens. . . . . . . .' E. 
1. Farrell......... Liverpool. 
.. . . . . . . . .. Richard Hunt. . . . . . . Brookfield. 
Rich.mond. . . . " Simon Joyce.. . . . . .. " lYEscouse. 
co . . . . .. Joseph Matheson. . . . .. Lov.. L' Ardoise. 
Shelbttrne . . . . .. Hon. Thos. Johnson... Lockeport. 
.. . . . . . . Thomas Robertson. . .. Barrington. 
Victoria...... _. John G. Morrison...... Englishtown. 
.. . . . . Hon. Geo. H. 
Iurray. Baddeck. 
ran/louth.. .'. Will. Law......... .. Yarmouth. 
.. . . . . .. A. A. Pothier. . . . . . . .. Tusket Wedge. 


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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 


Entered Confederation 1st July, 1873. Population, 1891-109,088. 
SEAT OF GOVER!OIEYT-OJJARLOTTETOWN, LIEI7TENA]IoT-GoVERNOR-Ho)ô'. GEO. \V. HOWL.\)ô', ESQ., $7,000. 
EXECUTI\'E COUNCIL 
.Attorney-General, Pl'ellident.. _. . Hon, Fred'k Peters ,Member of Council. ."..... . ..Hon, Peter Sinclair 
Provincial Secretary-Treasurer .... .. .. ..... -- .. Jas. W. Richards 
and Com. of Pub. Lands. . . . . . . .. A. }Iacmillan . . .. .. .. ,. . . . . .. George Forbes 
Commis. of Public Works.. .. .... .. Jas. R. McLean . .. .. . " A. .McLaug-hlin 
Aler::ber of COI

cil. :: :: : : :: .-: :: :: .. 

c

:uharson Clerk, Arthur N e
b

y. . . . 
PRO\"IXCIAL GOYKRSMEXT OFFICERS. 


.Attorney Gnural, Hon. Frederick Peters.... .... $1,250 
Provincial Secy.-Treas. and Com. of Public 
Lands, Hon. Angus :\Iacmillan .... _ . . . . . . _ . . 1,250 
Draughfsman, Thos. }Iay.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . 356 
Clerks, R. Smith, James Dalling. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 500 
.Asst. Provo Sec.-Treas. and Clerk Exec. Council, 
A. N ewbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' . .. 1,000 
Com. of Pub. Works, Hon. Jas. R. Maclean... . . . 1,250 
Sec. of Pub. Works, J. W. III0rrison............. 956 
Draughtsman, H. C. Mdlillan ... no .. . . . . . . . . . . 600 
Provo Auditor, Benj. Balderston. . _..........., 1.000 


Chief Stlpt. of Education, D. J. McLeod........ $1,200 
Clerk to Supt. of Education, Rev. D. McNeill. . . . 600 
Sterwgrapher, Type Writer and Librarian, Wm. 
H. Crosskill ........... .................. _ _ 1,000 
Reg. of Deeds, Cha1"lottetowll, Wm. C. White., ,. 1,000 
.. .. Silmmerside, D. Montgomery.. .. 
Asst. Reg. of Deeds, Michael Laverty. . . . . . . . . . . . 600 
Clerks, A. Callaghan, J. C. McKenzie, George 
l\IcKenzie, W. C. Hobkirk................each 500 
Keep,r Provincial Building, Duncan Kennedy.. 
j(essenger to Public Offices, L. B. }lc
lillan... . . _ 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 
ASSEMBLY\lKN. I DISTR'CT. COUXCILLORS. ASSEMBLHIEX. 


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inllon 
Fifth Dilltrict... ..Hon. D. Gordon.... A. J. IIlacdonald 
PRINCE 170.- 
Firllt District. __ .. Benj. Rog-
rs..... .' J. E. Blanchard 
Second District.... A. McWilliams... . . HOIl. J. Richards 
kllI'O'S 170.- Third Di8trict.. . .John IIIcDonald... .S. E. Gallant 
First Dixtrict . _ _ . Alex. Robertson ... HOIl. .J. R. IIIcLean l Fou rth Dixtrict.. _ Yacant. . . . . . . . . . . '. J. H. Bell 
Second DilJtrict.. .A. McLaug-hlin..... Arthur Peters Fifth District.. _ _Hon. A. Mc:\Iillan. . George Godkin 


DISTRICT. 
QUEEN'S 00.- 
Chm'lottetown . . . . Benj. Rogers...... L. E. Prowse 
First District... ..Hon. P. Sinclair... .A. B. 'Varhurton 
Second District. ..Hn.D.Farquharson.Joseph Wise 
Third District.. . . J. H. Cummiskey. _ Hon. F. Peters 
Fourth District... Hon. Geo. Forbes. . H. C. McDonald 


COI-XCILLORS. 


NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 


SEAT OF GO>ERKMENT-REOINA. LIEUTEXAXT-GOVERXOR-Ho]li. C. H. :\IACKIXTOSII, $ï,OOO. 
Executive Committee-F. W. G. Haultain, John Ryerson Keff, .James H. Ross, Hillyard }litchell. 
lndl
an Commissioner-A. E. Forget. 
L EGIS LA TIYE ASSEl\IBL Y. 
Speaker, John F. Betts. Clerk of .Assembly and Sec'y to Lieut.-Governor, R. R Gordon. 
COXBTITUENCIES. KA\lE. P. O. ADDRESS. COXSTITUE)ô'CIES. NA\lJ':. P. O. ADDRJi:88. 
Banff...... .. .. R. G. Brett ...... Banff, Alh. Prince Albert IV. Jno. L. Reid. . . ... Prince Albert. 
Batoche .. ...... C. E. Boucher.. .. Batoche, Sask. Prince Albert E. .Jno. F. Betts..... Prince Albert. 
Battleford.. .... James Clinkskill.. Batt1eford, Sask. Qu' Appelle S.. . Geo. II. Y. Bulyea Qu' Appelle. 
Calgary East... Jos. Bannerman.. Calg-ary. Qu'AppelleN... Wm. Sutherland.. Fort Qu'Appelle. 
Calgary West... OswaldA.Critchley Calg-ar)'. Red Deer....... Jno. A. Simpson.. Innisfail, Alb. 
Cannington.... Samuel S. Pag-e.. _ Canning-ton, Assa. Regina North... Geo. W. Brown __ _ Regina. 
Edmonton ..... :\1. 
IcCauley _ . _ _. E(lmonton, Alb. Regina South. _ DanielllIowat .... Regina, Assa. 
High River. John Lineham _.. lJew(lney, Alb. Saltcoats ....... Wm. Eakin....... CrescelltL'ke,Assa. 
Kinistino . _ . . .. Wm. F. }Ieyers. " Kinistino. Sask. St. Albert. .. . . .. Daniel 
Ialoney. .. St. Albert, Alb. 
Lethbridge. .... Cha..'!. A. lIIagrath. Lethbridge. Souris ......... Geo. II. Knowling. Alame(la, Assa. 
Macleod.. .. . . .. F. W. G. Haultain \lacleod, Alb. Victoria.. . . .. .. F. F. Tims ....... F't8askatch'n,Alh 
Medicine Hat. .. Alex. Fearon. . . .. 
Iaple Creek. Whiteu'ood . .. .. A. R Gillis. . . . . .. White\\ ood. 
Mitchell.. . . . . .. Hillyard lIIitchell . Stobart, Sask. IV olseley ....... .James P. Dill. . . .. W olsele}, Assa. 
MlJosejaw ...... James H. Ross.... Moos' Jaw, Assa. Yorkton . . . . . . .. F. R. Insinger.. .. Y orkton, Al'sa. 
bloosomin...... John R. Neff..... IIIoosomin, Assa. 
Council of Public Instruction-F. W. G. Haultain, Chairman; Jas. H. Ross, J. R. Neff, H. lIIitchell, Right Rev. 
The Bishop of Saskatchewan and Calgary, A. E. Forget, A. H. Smith, Esq., RA.; 2nd R. C. representathe, 
vacant at present. Supt. of Edllcation, D. J. Goggin, 1II.A., Regina. Secretary,
E. J. Wrig-ht, Regina. 
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lphabetieally arranged with their Post Otftee Address, except in a few instances where the return has been mfUÜ 
with the nanw of the Congregation attached. This, however, is generally the same as the address. 


ARCHBISHOPS. 
Most Rev. R. Machray, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of Rupert's Land and Primate of all Canada; Prelate 
of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
.. .. J. T. Lewis, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of Ontario and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Pro- 
vince of Canada. 


BISHOPS. 


Right Rev. W. C. Bompas, D. D. ... 1891 Selkirk. 
(Consecrated 1874 Bishop of Athabasca.) 
.. Llewelyn Jones, D.D... 1878 Newfoundland 
.. W. B. Bond,D.D.,LL.D. 1879 :Montreal. 
.. A. Sweatman,DD.,D C L 1879 Toronto. 
.. W. Ridley, D.D........ 1879 Caledonia. 
.. H.T. Kingdon,DD.,DCL 1881 Fredericton. 
.. M. S, Baldwin, D.D.... 1883 Huron. 
.. R. Young, D.D.,D.C.L.. 1884 Athabasca. 
.. C.Hamilton,D.D.,D.C.L 1896 Ottawa. 
(Consecrated 1885 Bishop of Niagara.) 


Right Re\'.W.C.Pinkham,DD.DCL 1887 Saskatchewan 
and Calgary. 
.. F.Courtney,D.D.,S.T.D 1888 Nova Scotia. 
.. W. D. Reeve, D.D....... 1891 )Iackenzie Riv 
.. A. Hunter Dunn, D.D.. 1892 Quebec. 
.. W. W. Perrin, D.D..... 1893 Columbia. 
" J. A. Newnham, D.D... 1893 l\Ioosonee. 
.. John Dart, D. D.... .... 1895 N. Westm'str. 
.. J.P.Du!\loulin,JfA, DCL 1896 Niagara. 
.. J. Grisdale, D.D., D.C.L 1896 Qu'Appelle. 
........ _............ .. 1896 Algoma. 


GENERAL SYNOD OF CANADA. 
Comprising Clerical and Lay Representatives of all the Dioceses in Canada. 
ECCLESIASTICAL PROVINCE OF CAXADA. 
Comprisi
 the Dioceses of Toronto, Niagara, Huron, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Fredericton, 
Algoma and Ottawa. 
l\Iost Rev. J. T. Lewis, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of Untario. 


DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 


Ri
t Rev. W. R Bond, D.D.,LL.D., 
Lord Bishop (1879). 
V. Rev.J. Carmichael, D.D., D.C.L., 
Dean, altd Bishop's C01mnilisary. 
Ven. D. Lindsay, D.C.L., Arehd. 
Ven. Lewis Evans, D.C.L., Archd. 
Ven. W. H. 
a
lor, bf..d., Arehd. 
Ven. W. L. )Iills, D.D., Arehd. 
Rev. \V. Anderson, 1 
Rev. J. Ellegood, M.A. 
Rev. \V. Henderson, D.D. 
Rev. J. B. Davidson, Jf.A. H 
Rev. J. Empson, Jf.A. C on. 
Rev. T. W. )Iussen, bf.A. J anons. 
Rev. J. Rollit. 
Rev. J. G. Norton, D.D. 
Rev. Jas. H. Dixon. 
{ Bishop's 
Yen. Archd. )Iills, D.D. Exam'ng 
Chaplain. 
Ven. Archd. Evans, D.C.I.., D. Chap. 
Rev. Canon Empson, M.A. ,Sec. Synod 
Abbott, C. P. . . . .. .. _ _ _ Boscobel 
Allen, A. A., Jf. A.. . . .. .... Chelsea 
Anderson, W. (Rector) (Canon). Sorel 
Ball, T. W., B.A..... ....... . Milton 
Barnes, F. W.. . . .. . . . . .. . Montreal 


Ba}lis, J. G., B.D. (Rector) Long-ueuil 
Beattie, W. J. 1\1.......... .Franklin 
Bell, J. H.. . . . . . . . . .. Danford Lake 
Bernard, W. C., M.A. (Ree.).. Lacolle 
Borthwick, J. D., LL.D. ...)Iontreal 
Boulden, C. J., l'tf.A. (Reet(jr) 
Berthier en haut 
Bourne, N.A.F., B.A.(Ree).. Dunham 
Boyd, Chas.,LL.D. .North Wakefield 
Brewer, R. C........ .. River Desert 
Brown, W. R. {R.D.)... . Mansonville 
Bushell, E., lIf. A (Ree)Cote St Antoine 
Capel, E. T. (Ree) .......... . Sutton 
Carmichael, J., D.D., D.C.L. (St. 
Geor."e'x).. ... ....... _ . :Montreal 
Carmichael, J. S.. . _ . _ . . Hudson 
Cattermole, J . . . . . . . . .. . Adamsville 
Chmnbers, W. P.,bf.A(Ree)Knowlton 
Charters, F.( Ree.St. Simon 'II))} on treal 
Cla
ton, F. H.........NewGlasgow 
Coffin, J. W.. rpper Thorne Centre 
Cunningham, T. E., Jf A(Ree)
Iontreal 
Dart, W. J., Jf.A. (Ree).St. Lambert 
Davidson, J. B., Jf. A.(Ree)Frelig-hsb'g 
Davies, W. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . Rawdon 
Dennis, J. W. (Ree). ..St. Andrews E. 
Dilworth, W. C............. . Bristol 
Dixon, J .H: (Ree.St.Jude'8):Montreal 
Ellegood,J., l'tI.A(St.Ja'IMs
Iontreal 
Elliott, Alex.. . . . . . . . . . . . , . . Eardley 
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Elliott, J. A., B.A (Ree.)Cowansville 
Emmett, R............ . Monte Bello 
Empson, J., 1}[. A . . . . . . . . . . Montreal 
E\.ans, H. J., bf.A.. ...... Montreal 
Evans,L.,D.C. 1..( ren. Ar.).l\Iontreal 
Everett, T., Weshnount. ..:Montreal 
Flanagan, James L... .... .. . . Thorne 
French, A., B.A.......... .l\Iontreal 
Fyles, W. A., B.A. _........ .Onslow 
Garland, J. W.... . . . South Stukelev 
Given, A. B................Lachutè 
Gomery, H.. ... . . . .. .. .... 
}ontreal 
Graham, F. H., B.A...... . Montreal 
Grout..., A. B..............Waterloo 
Hamilton, W. J. _ _ . . . . . . _ . . Iron Hill 
Harris, W. (Rector)..... . _ . Grenville 
Henderson, W., D.D...... Montreal 
Hewton, R., M.A. (Ree).. .. Lachine 
Horsey, H. E., Jf.A.(Ree) Abbotsford 
Hutchings, R. F.. . . .. ..... Arundel 
Irwin, R. D. (Ree.) ....... .Chamhly 
James, C. J., l'tf.A........ . Montreal 
Jeakins, T. B......... .. Huntingdon 
Jekill, H., B.A............ )Iontreal 
Johnson,Georg-e(Ree))lontreal Junet 
Judge, E. P. (Ree).... _.. .l\Iascouche 
Kaneen, \V. E... . . . . . . . . .. Aylwin 
Ker, J., D.D (Ree) Grace Ch. Montreal 
King, W. T... ,.......... PoHimore 
Kittson, H., Jf.A.......... )Iontreal 



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Lackey, I. H.... _. .... Glen Sutton 
Lackey, J. A......... . Hemmingford 
Lariviere, D., B..A ........ 
Iontreal 
Lewis, R P., B.A. (Rector). Iberville 
Lewis, W. P. R., B.A..... . Montreal 
Lindsay, D.,D.C.L.(V.Ar.). Waterloo 
Lockhart, A. D. (Rector). .Ormstown 
Loiselle, H. 0... . . . . . . " Pierreville 
Longhurst, W. R (Rector). . . Granby 
.1larriott, R S. T ...... Buckingham 
}Iason, 0. A.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Bolton 
.1lassey, SamueL......... . . Montreal 

\IcEwan, S. R...... St. Chrysostome 
}lc}lanus, E...... ....... 
Iontreal 
.1Iills,\V.L.,D.D. (V.Archd.)
lontreal 
.1lills, S. A............ West Shefford 
}Iills, R. D., .;'If.A.......... Brigham 
Mount, E. A .......... . . . . Lakefield 
.1lussen, T. \Y., JI.A. (Rec.) Farnham 
.xaylor, \V.H., .Y.A.(V.A.).Shawville 
Norton, J. G., D.D.(Rec.)..Mont,real 
.Nye, H. \V., JI.A. (Rector)..Bedford 
Plaisted, H., JI.A.. Portage du Fort 
Pratt, F., B.A.............. . Brome 
Renaud, J. F. (Rector) .... .1lontreal 
Rexford, E. I., B. A . . . . . . . . Montreal 
Robinson, W., R. D.( RecìClarenceville 
Rollit, C. G. (Rec.)..Stanbridg-e East 
Rollit, John... .St. Vincent de Paul 
Roy, J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sabrevois 
Sanders, \Y., B.A. (R.Deanplontreal 
Smith, F. R, R.D. (Rector). ... Hull 
Smith, G. Abbott, B.A.... Montreal 
Strong, J. Irwin..... . \Vaterloo 
Sutton, E. G. . . . . . . st. ChQ sostome 
Taylor, R. F.............. . Montreal 
Thompson, J., B.A... ...... }Iontreal 
Troop, G. 0., M.A. (Rector).Montreal 
Waterson, W. J. M., '. .Rougemont 
Waner, C. C., JI.A........ . Montreal 
Weaver, W................. Kildare 
Wilson, A. C. (Rector).. . Philipsburg 
Windsor, W. (Rec.). .St. John's, Que. 
Wood, E. ,JI. A .(Rec.St.J ohn'.
) )Iont'l 
Wright, \Y., J/.D.......... Montreal 


DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 
Right Rev. A. Hunter Dunn, D.D., 
Lord Bishop (1892). 
VeryRev.R. W. Norman, D.D., Dean 
Ven. Henry Roe, D.D., Archd. 
Rev. A. A. \"onIffiand..JI.A } 
Rev. Thomas Richardson, Canons. 
Rev. John Foster, JI.A., 
Rev.Geo. Thorneloe,D.C.L 
Adams, Thos., D.C.L., Prin. Bp. Col. 
Lennoxville 
Adcock, W. C.......... . East Ang1.ls 
Allnatt, J. B., D. D( B. Col) Lenno,",ville 
Balfour, A. J., JI.A. (R. Sf. P.) (Sec. 
Church Society)........... Quebec 
Ball, T. L., JI.A. (Ret'd)..Lennon-ille 
Bayne, K }I., B.A. . Peninsula Gaspé 
Bishop, C. E., B.A....... . Labrador 
Blaylock. Thomas, M.A... . Danville 
BoylE', F., M.A.... ,. East Fl'ampton 
Brooke, H. A., B.A...... .Scotstown 
Burrage, H. G., JI.A.(Reti1'ed)Hatley 
Chapman, T. ,lJI. A .(lletired) Dudswell 
Curran, W. J. . . . . . . . . . . . )Ielbourne 
Debbage, J. B., B.D.... Bourg Louis 
Dickson, H. A. (Rector). . . . Inverness 
Dunn, E. A., B.A..S. Paul's, Quebec 
Ethering-ton, E.J.(Tl"in. Chtlrch)Que. 
Faulconer, W. G. (Rector).. ..Ireland 
ForsythE', W. T. (Rector). Stanstead 
Foster, Canon,JI.A.(R. D.).Coaticook 
Fot.hergill, R. J. ....... .Shig-awake 
Fuller, H. S. . . . . . . . . . .. .. Portneuf 
Fyles, T. W., JI.A.,Ch.lm'!7'nt
.LE'vis 
Harding-, G. T.. . Sandy Beach, Ga'lpe 
Harte, H. S., B.A... .... Beebe Plain 
Hepburn, J., .'I. A. (R.).. Richmond 
Hibbard, G. F., B. A . .. "Iontmorency 
Horner, D.. . .. . . . . _ . . . . . .. Durham 
H'lnter, J. N... " .. .. Lake )Ieg-antic 


Husband, E. R (Rec).. . New Carlisle 
Kemp, John, B.D. (Retired) .. Leeds 
Kerr, I. N_, B.A.. .. . .lIan's Stream 
King, E. A. \Y., lIf.A..... Waterville 
Lyster, W.G.,B.A.(R.Dean)CapeCove 

foorE', A. H., B. A.. .... . Randboro' 
Murray, G. H., B.A ...... ., Dixville 
Nicolls, G.G., .J/.A.. Riviere du Loup 
Nonnan, R. W., D.D. (Dea1
) Quebec 
ParkE'r, G. H. (Rector) .. .. Compton 
Parrock, R. A. ,B.A. Bp. Coli. Len' xville 
Petry, H.J., JI.A.(Ass'ntC'te)Quebec 
Prout, I.. .... . .. _ .)Iagdalen Islands 
Richmond, J. P........ Gaspe Basin 
Richardson, Canon (Ret'd).. . Quebec 
Riopel, S., JI.D.. .. .... .. Val cartier 
Roe, Ven. Arc., D.D.. Windsor .1lills 
Robertson, A. H. (Rector) Cookshire 
Rothera, J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leeds 
Rudd, T., B.A ..St. George's, Beauce 
Scarth, A. C., Jf.A. (Recl Lennox\'ille 
Scott,F.G. JI.A.(Ctlr.S.JI att.)Quebec 
Smith, F. A. IRetired) . . ., .1lontreal 
Ste\'ens, A., M.A. (Rec.)... ..Hatley 
Stuart, H.C ,M A (llec).Three Rivers 
Sykes, J. S .. _. .......... .. Kingsey 
Tambs, R.C., M.A.. . . ...... !\Iag-og 
Thompson, I. M. (Rec.).. .. .... Levis 
Thorneloe, Canon, D. C. L. (Rec.) 
Sherbrooke 
V onIffiand, Canon,M. A. (St.JI.), Cler. 
Sec. Dioc. Board .(; Synod..Quebec 
Walters, G. R.... .... .. Pt. St. Peter 
Washer, C. B... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Bury 
Whatham, A. E........ ., Ways' )rills 
Wilkinson B.G.JI.A.Bp.Col.Len'xv'le 
Williams. L.W., JI.A_(Rec.St.M.) Que 
Wilson, E. K., B.A. . . .. .. Marùleton 
Wright,H. E., B. A .(Ctlrate).Sherbr'ke 
Wright, R. W. E., Jf.A... . Fitch Bay 
Wurtele, L. C., JI.A.. .. .. Actonvale 


DIOCESE OF TORO
TO. 
Rt. Rev. A. Sweatman, D.D.,D.C.L., 
Lord Bishop (18ï9). 
Ven. S. J. Boddy, JI.A., Archd. York 
Ven. Thos. W. Allen, Jf. A., Arch- 
deacon of Peterborouqh. 
Rev. II. Scadding, D. D. } Bixhop's 
Rev. A. J. Broughall,-,U.A. Chapl'ns 
Rev.A.J. Broughall,JI A. Exam.Chap. 
Sf. Alban's, Cano1/Jl, R"R'/dentiary 
Rt.Rev. Ed. Sullivan , D.D., SIII,-Dean 
Rev. H. Scadding, D.D., Chap. 
Rev. E. A. Welch, !I. A., D. C. L., 
Chancellor. 
Rev.J.D'ArcyCa)ley,..1I.A. Precentor 
Re,'. A. \V. )IacnalJ, Canon Mit;sioner 
Canons, Xon-Re
;,ide1ú. 
Rev. H. Bath Osler. 
Rev. F. Trema.) ne, JI.A. 
Rev. A. Sanson. 
Rev. C. C. .Johnson. 
Rev. E. W. }Iurphy, B.A. 
Re,-. R. W. E. Greene, L.Th. 
Rev. P. Harding. 
Rev. A. W. Spragge, JI.A. 
Rev. John FarncomlJ, ,'1..1. 
Rev. W. Reiner. 
Rev. J. P. Sheraton, D. n. } IIo 
 
Re\'. Jas. F. Swe
ny, D.D. Canl.J


 
Rev.C.H. Mochndg-e, D.D . 
Rev. Canon Sweeny, D.D. ) 
Rev. E. H. 
Iusson, -,U.A. 
Rev. Joseph Fletcher, JI.A. 
Rev. J. A. Hanna. 
Rev. G. M. Kingston. Rural 
Rev. W. E. Carroll, JI.A. Deans 
Rev. W. C. Allen, !I.A. 
Rev. Canon Harding. 
Rev. W. F. Swallow. 
Rev. W. E Cooper,!I.A.,ST B 


Aborn, Thos. L .. . . . . . . . . . . Toronto 
Allen, T. W., JI.A.Rec.Arch.
Iillbrook 
Allen, W. C., JI.A.(R.D.).)IilllJrook 


Andrews; B. C. H. ......... Toronto 
Ashcroft, R., .
[.A " ...... . Toronto 
Baldwin, Arthur H., !f.A... Toronto 
Baldwin, H. G., -,\[.A.. ... .On Leave 
Ball, Thos. . . . . . .. ................. 
Ballard, J. McL., JI,A.. .... Toronto 
Bates, W. W., B.A.. .. . ... Thornhill 
Bethune,C.J.S.,JI.A. D.C.L.Pt. Hope 
BilkE'Y, R. A...........Bowmanville 
Blackler, J. \V.. . . . . . . ...... Toronto 
Boddy, S.J.lII.A.(Arch. York)Toronto 
Bourne, H. T............ Essonville 
Broughall,A.J., !tI. A.(.'it.Ste. )Toronto 
Broughall, G. H., B.A.. . .Port Hope 
Broughall, Jas. S., JI.A..... Whitby 
Bryan, BE'rnard. . . . . . . . . . . . Parkdale 
Burg-es, H. F., B.A.. .. .... Bethan) 
Burns, \Vm.......... Price's Corners 
Burt,}<'. . . . . . . . . _ ...... _ . . . Toronto 
Capp, Edw. H............. . Toronto 
Card, Gerald. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toronto 
Carroll, W. E., B.A. (R.D.). . Alliston 
Carson, R. J........... . Sunderland 
Cayley, E. C., .lY".A......... Toronto 
Cayley, J. D., M.A.{Canon) Toronto 
Chafee, A. R, B.A....... .Coboconk 
Chilcott, E., B.A......... Bradford 
Clark,W.,D.C.L. (Pro. Trin.Col.)Tor. 
Clarke, W. H., M.A.. " .... Toronto 
Clementi, Vincent, B.A.. Peterboro' 
Cody, H. J., !f.A......... . Toronto 
Cooper, J. E........... . Shanty Bay 
Cooper, W. E., JI.A., S.T.B. (R. D.) 
Campbellford 
Creighton, J., B.D..... . . Blackstock 
Creighton, W. J., lII.A. . Bobcaygeon 
Creswick, W.. _ _ . . . . _ _ . East Toronto 
Croft, O. T. B...... ..... .)Iarkham 
Daniel, Edwin, B.A..... . Port Hope 
Darling, Charles, Jl,f.A.. " .. Toronto 
Davidson, G. F............. Toronto 
Davidson, J. C., ltf. A . . . . . Peterboro' 
DePender, A. U., ..11. A ... ., Toronto 
DesBarres, T. C., !I.A.. . . . . Toronto 
Dixon, H. C. (Deacon) _ . . ... Toronto 
Dreyer, W. G. G . . . . . . . . . .. .... Ivy 
DuVernet, F. H., B.D..Toronto Jun. 
Farncomb, John, JI. A.(C.). Newcastle 
Farncomb, \Vm., B.A. Fenelon Fans 
Farncomb, F. E., B.A.. .. .. . .. .... 
Fidler, A. J., B.A.......... Toronto 
Fletcher,Jo"Seph,N. A .(R.D.)P'tPerry 
French, W. H. A........... . Grafton 
{;add, A. J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Long-ford 
Gibson, John, M.A........ 
orwood 
Gillespie, John ... _ . . . .. .. Toronto 
Goodman, C. S................ King 
Grant, William, D.D... ... On LE'ave 
Greene, R. W.E.,L.T. (Canon)..Orillia 
Gwyn, H. B.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toronto 
Hanna, J. A. (R.D.)........ . Midland 
Harding, Philip (Call.)(R.D.). Ap"ley 
Harris, Jas. H............ Brooklin 
Harris, R. H., JI.A.. ..... .On Lea\e 
Harrison, Richard, J[. A . . . . Toron to 
Hart, Anthony. . . . . . . . . . . . . Toronto 
Hartle.), F. H. ....... Young-'s Point 
Heathcote, F. C. C., L.1' .,. Toronto 
Hindes,R.W.,B.A. Spr'
f'd-on-Credit 
Hodg-ins, F. B., B.A........ Toronto 
Hodgkin, T. J., Jf.D.. ., . Deer Park 
Howard, J. Sf'ott, ltl.A..... Toronto 
Hunting-ford E. W.(Prof.1'.C.)Tor'nto 
Ingles, Charles L., JI.A.... Parkdale 
Johnson, C. C. (CmlOn). . . _ On I,ca"e 
Jones, J. Hughes.... .... Streets\ ille 
Jones, Septimus, JI.A.. .. . .. Toronto 
Jones,W,MA, DCL(P-rof.T.C)T"ronto 
Jupp, \Vm........ . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 
Kenrick, C. B., ..11. A . . . . . . Port Hope 
Kingston,G. 1I., Jf. A.(R.D. )Penetang. 
Kirkby, L. H. . . . . . . . . . . Collingwood 
Kuhring, G.,ltI.A........ _.. Toronto 
Lampman, A., B.A....... . Toronto 
Lang-try, J., M.A., D.C.L... Toronto 
Le\\ is, J. Pitt" jI.A.. ....... Toronto 
Lindsay, John............ Duntroon 



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[ 1897 


Little H. 
I. . . . . . . . Holland Landing 
Lord, Christopher. . . . . . . '. .. Apsle). 
Lowe, H. P....... _.'. .Toronto 
L.ynch, F. J .... . . . . . . . . . . Rosemont 
:Mackenzie, A. W.. . . . . . . . . Lakefield 
Macklem, T. C. S., M.A.. . . . Toronto 
Macnab, A. W. (CU/wn).. '" Toronto 
Madill, A. S.. . . . . . . . . . Caledon East 
.1lajor, W...... _.... .Gorp's Landing 
lIIarsh, C. H................ Lindsay 
}IcCann, Wilson, B. A . . . . . .Onlt'mee 
lIIcCollum, J. H., A.Jl.Seaton Village 
}IcGinnis, K H.......... _ . Hast ings 
McLean, Wm. . .. .......... Elmvale 
}lcLennan, J. 111. K.... .. .. Toronto 
}Iiles, A. C., B.A.. _ . . . . Honeywood 
)litchell, F. G., 1I1.A .. ..... Toronto 
.1Iockridg-e, C. H., D.D. (C'n) Toronto 
\lockridge, J. C. H., 111..1... Toronto 
:Moore, R. J., lIl.A.......... Toronto 
}Iorley, George B........ Tullamore 
Murphy, E. W., B.A. (C.).. Painswick 
Mussen, E. H., M.A.(R.D.). . Aurora 
Nesbitt, G., lIl.A. (Sus.)............ 
Norrie, F. B. ..............Toronto 
O'}lalley, H. R. A........... Lindsav 
Osler, H. Bath (Canon).. York lIIilfs 
Owen, C. H. P.. . . . . . . . . . . Creemore 
Owen, H. B., F.R.S.L.... Unionville 
O')leara, T. R., B.A... ,.. Toronto 
Paterson, T. W., M. A. . .. Deer Park 
Pearson, J., D.C.L.......... Toronto 
Pickford, E. W.. . . . . . . . . Orangeville 
Plummer, F. G., L.7'h...... Toronto 
Powell, T. W............. York Mills 
Reed, W. L. B. . . . . . . . .. .. . .. Keene 
Reid, Alfred John........ Uxbridge 
Reiner, W. (Canon) . . . . _ _ . . . . Barrie 
Rich, Chas. H .. . . .. .. .. .. .. Weston 
Rigby, Oswald (Prof. T. C.). Toronto 
Rix, G. A...............Cannington 
Robinson, R. A........ .. .. Toronto 
Rooney, Robt. A ..... .. . . Perry town 
Roper, J. C., lIl.A...... ... . Toronto 
Rutherford, A. McK.... Sutton West 
Ruttan, C ............... _ . Norway 
Sanson, Alex. (Canon) . . . . . . Toronto 
Scadding, Henry, D.D.(Can.)Toronto 
Scott, George .............. _ . . . . . . 
Seaborn, R................. Toronto 
Seager, C. A., B.A........ ..Toronto 
Sheppard, J. H. . . . . . . . .. Coldwater 
Shepherd, F. W.. . . . . . . . Haliburton 
Sheraton,J.P..D.D(C.P. W C)Toronto 
Shortt, C. Harper, 111..1 .... Toronto 
Smith, C. S. . . . . _ . . ., . . Peterboroug-h 
Softley, Henry. . '. _ _ _ _ _ _ .. _ Toronto 
Soward, Ed\\ard......... . Kinmount 
Sprag-ge, Albert W.,JI.A.(C.)Cobourg 
htarr, G. L... . .... .. .... '" . Norwa,' 
Stevenson, E. V., M.A .Peterborol1gh 
Sullivan, ErJ.., D. f)., Bisho/l.. Toronto 
Swallow, W. F. (R.Dean)Woodbridge 
Sweeny, J. F., D.D. (Canon)(Rl/ral 
Dean). ....... .. .... _... Toronto 
Symonds, II., .11..1.... . Ashburnham 
Talbot. Jas. H_...... _...... Oshawa 
Tarrant, A. 0...... ....... . Ha,elock 
Taylor, George 1.,111..1. .. .. Toronto 
Teney, J. H........ ,. .Craighurst 
Thompson, H. V., 11[. A . ...
ewmarket 
Thomson, C. E.,lIl.A.. Canobie, W. T.J 
Tocque, P. (Retired). . . . . . . . Toronto 
Tremayne, F., M.A. (Canon).)limico 
Tremayne, H. 0., lIl.A.... Isling-ton 
Usborne, John ............. Toronto 
Vicars, John, B.A.... .. Cannin
,'1:,011 
Walker, T., B.Aoo . ... .... West Hill 
Walsh, W....... ....oo. . Brampton 
Warren, George.. . . . . . . .. Lakefield 
Watt, A. Coo........... . Bond Head 
Watson, J. G. ....oooo... ..On leave 
Wean,r, R. L............ . .Lucille 
Webb, Geo. II ...... . .. .. Colborne 
Welch, E. A., M.A., D.C.L. (Pruvust 
1'. C., Canon)............. Toronto 
Westmacott, A. G. E.... _. Brighton 


Westney, W.S.,M.A., B.D.. Allandale 
White, Wm. C. . _.... ..... Toronto 
White, W. E..... .........Onleave 
Williams, A., lIl.A......... Toronto 
Williams, L. T. W ....... . Lloydtown 
Wood, E. J.................Toronto 
Wood, Louis G............ ..Toronto 
Wright, A. R.............. .Sta,-ner 
Wrong, Geo. }I., lIl.A.. .... Toronto 


DIOCESE OF O
TARIO. 
Most Rev. J. Travers Lewis, D.D., 
LL.D., D.C.L., mngston, Lord 
Archb1"shop, 186'2-189.5. 
Very Rev. Buxton R Smith, 1I1.A., 
D.D., Kingston, Dean. 
Ven. T.Bedford-Jones,LL.D.,D.C.L., 
Archdeacon of Kingston,Brockville 
Rev. John A. Mulock. ì 
Rev. F. R. Tane. 
Rev. C. B. Pettit, 1I1.A. f Canons. 
Rev. J. W. Burke, B.A. 
Rev. Albert Spencer. 
Ven.Archd. Bedford-JOneS, ) . , 
LL.D., D.C.L. Bu;hop s 
Rev. W. R çarey, M.A. f Chapfs. 
Re\.. C. L. "orrell, 11[..1. 
Rltral Deans. 
Archdeaconry of Kin!Jston. 
Rev. 'V. B. Carey, M.A., Frontenac 
Rev. C. P. Emery, Grenville. 
Rev. T. Stanton, B.A., Hastings. 
Rev. G. \Y. G. Grout, M.A., Leeds. 
Rev. E. H.)1. Baker,Lennox&Addi'gt'n 
Rev. E. Loucks, Prince Edward. 
PriiÞits. 
Armstrong, F. W. (Rector).. Trenton 
Auston, H., M.A...... _ . Gananoque 
Baker,E.H.M.(Act.Rector,R.D.)Bath 
Bate, Wm. John......... .Sydenham 
Feamish, G.R., 1I1.A(Curate)Kingst'n 
Beaven, E. W.,lI1.A.(Ret'ed))Iontreal 
Bedford-Jones, H. H.,M.A.. Toronto 
Bedford-Jones T., D.C.L., LL.D. 
(A rchde(/(.on).... .. .... Brockville 
Blacklock, Henry .. _ _. _.. Kingston 
Bogert, D. F., 1I1.A.. ...... Belle, ille 
Burke,J. W.B.A.(Rec., Can)Belleville 
Burton, Wm. Webster.. . . .. . . Madoc 
Carey, W. R, 1I1.A.(R.D.).Kingston 
Codd, Francis.... .. .. .. .. Frankford 
Coleman,J .H. H., M.A. (Cte) lJeseron to 
Coleman, Richard. . . ., . . . .. Kingston 
Cooke, A. W ... ......... Kinb"Ston 
';ostigan, Edw... _ . . Queensborough 
Creegg-an, :\. H. _ .... ....... )Iilford 
Dibb, Frederick T. . . . .. . , . . .. Odessa 
Dobbs, F. W.......,... . Portsmouth 
Dobbs, o. G., 11[..1.. . . . . . . Brock,-ille 
Elliott, Joseph. . . . . . North Aug-usta 
Emery,C.P. (Rector,R.D.)Kempt\ille 
Fisher, John........... Thomasburg 
Forneri. R.S.lIl.A . ,E.D.(R.)Adolph'n 
Forster, J. 'V............. ..}Jurray 
Fcrsythe, J. W., 111..1.. O:..ford Mills 
French, Charles Albert.. _ Lomhard, 
Goddeu, T., B.A.. .... .Shannonvilie 
Grout, G. W.G.,lIl.A. (Rec.,R. 1J.)Lyn 
Grout, G. II. P., lI[.A... ... Kewùoro 
Halliwell, John (Super'd) .. Stirling 
Harris, C. )1.............. Marmora 
Han'ey, R. Jas., L.S.T....Frankville 
Hutton, Charles James. . . . . Belle, ille 
Jarvis, A., 111..1.. .. .... .. . .i1iapanee 
Jones, John Wm... _ _..... Westport 
Leech, Thos., B.A. _ .. .. ..' Bancroft 
Lewin, W., B.
. (Supe1"'d).I{jn
sto\l 
Lewis, Charles Thomas. . . . . . . Tweed 
Lewis, R., .1[. A., Rec.,Ret.. )Iaitland 
Lipton, W. T., B.A.. ..' Wolfe Island 
Loucks, E. (Rector, R. D.).. . Picton 
MC)Iorine, J. K., liT. A ... .. Kingston 
)IcTear, A.L., Lic.Th.(Ctc).
Iaitland 



Ietzler, G., B.A.......... .. Cardinal 
1IIoore, William, .1[..1.... . Lyndhurst 
)Iulock, ,J.A. (Canon,Ret.). Winnipeg 
Newham, Frederic .,. ... . .. . . Stirling 
Nimmo, J.H., B.A.,M.D...BrockviUe 
Patton, H. B., M.A.. . .... .. Prescott 
Rayson, Robert Winter... . Kingston 
Robprts, Wm.(Mus.Bac.IMerrickville 
Robinson, James........... . Parham 
Ro1lin, Geo. A. V . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . Hillier 
Rowland, E. M. _ . . . . . . _ . . .. Ompah 
Scammell, E............. . Joyceville 
Serson, J. R., 111. A,..... .Tamworth 
Smith, A. G ........... . Deseronto 
Smith,RB.,lIl.A .,D.D .(D.). King-ston 
Smith, Thomas Austin..Sharbot Lake 
Smythe, W. H. (Sup't'd).. Kingston 
Spencer, A. (Can., Cler. Sec. )Kingston 
Spencer, H. J., L.Th.... .. . . Flinton 
Stanton, T., B. A.(R.Dean) Deseronto 
Tane, F. R. (Rector, Canon, Retired) 
Eastboun1e, Sussex,Eng. 
Tighe, S,lIl.A.,Emerald,Amherst Is'd 
Woodcock, Francis D. . Camden East 
Worrell, C. L., 11[. A . . .. . . .. Kingston 
Wright, Wm .......... ..... . Athens 
Young, C. J., B.A.......Lansdowne 
Deacons. 
*Geen, Albert L..... ..... Belleville 
Lord, A. H..............Wellington 
Swayne, W. G ........... . . Selb
 
* Ordained under Canon XVIII. of 
Provincial Synod. 


DIOCESE OF OTTAWA. 
Right Rev. C. Hamilton, 
[.A., D. D., 
D.C.L., Lord Bishop, Ottawa. 
Ven. John S. Lauder, D.C.L., Arch- 
deacon of Ottawa, Ottawa. 
Canon. 
Rev. C. B. Pettit, M.A., CornwalL 
Rural Deans. 
Rev. J. J. Bogert, ill.A., Carleton. 
Rev. A. C. Nesbitt, Lanark. 
Rev. H. Pollard, Prescott & Russpll_ 
Rev. C. Y. Forster Bliss, Renfrew. 
Rev. R. L.l\1. Houston,JI.A., Stormont 
Re\'. William A. Read, Pembroke. 
Priests. 
Anderson, G. S......... .)Iorrishul"J,:. 
Baile), T., B.A............. . Ottawa. 
Bliss, C. Y. Forster (R.D.).Egam'ille 
Bogert, J. J., J[.A.(R.D.).. .Otta\\a 
Bousfield, George. . . Billings' Bridge 
Butler, W. A. Eo, ..ll.A. .Comhermere 
Carson,Chas. 01iver,B.A. . Micksburg 
Christie, I. J.. . . . . . . . . Korth Gower 
Clarke, Charles Burton. . . . . Metcalfe 
Clayton,D' Arc)" Thos. B.A. Bearbrook 
Coleman, A. H., 1I1.A .. .. . . Arnprior 
Daykin, W. Y., LL.B.. ... :Mattawa 
Dumbrille, R. J., Lic.Th.... . Crysler 
Elliott, A., B.A..... . Carleton Place 
Empringham, J as. . . . .. . . . . 
Ianotick 
Fairburn, John. . . . . . . . . . . Petawawa 
Fleming-, W., .1[..1.......... . Ashton 
Fraser, J. F., B.A. (Sltp.).. .. OUa\\ a 
Garrett, T., B.A . .. _...... . Ottawa 
GOl"man,J.F...... __ ......Ottawa 
Green, Wm. Hy... .... _ Hintonhurg 
Hague, Spencer D., B.A. . Balderson 
Hauington,E. A. W.B.A. (Cler. Sec.) 
Ottawa. 
Houston, R.L.
I.,.M.A.(RD)Ct)rnwal1 
Jones, R. X., B.A...... .. Pakenham 
Lauder, J.S., D.C.L.(Arch). . Ottawa 
Loucks, W. M., 111..1. (C'te).. . Ottawa 
Low, G. J.. ...... ......... . Almonte 
Mackay, A. W. (Curate).....Ottawa 
)Iercer, W. H.B.A .(Super'd)Frankto'n 

Ioody, W. ,J., B.A....... Beachburl-:' 
Mountain,J. J. S. ,D. C. L. ,D.D. C'rnwl 



1897] 


CLERGY-CHURCH OF ENGLAND, 


18
' 


Muckleston, W.J.,J[.A.(Rector) Perth 
Nesbitt, A. C.( R. Dean)Smith's Falls 
Newham, F............. Winchester 
Orr, Robt. Lic.Th........... Navan 
Osborne, John.......... ., ..Clavton 
Pettit,C.B.M.A.(Can., Ret.)CorIÌwall 
Phillips, A.. . . . .. ,.... Hawkesbury 
Pick, Edward.. .. . . Fitzroy Harbour 
Pollard, H. (Rural Dean). . . Ottawa 
Poole, M. G. (Rector). . . .1rIorrisburg 
Poole, S. Gower(Curate) .. Cornwall 
Quartermaine, W. M. H.. . . Renfrew 
Read, Wm. Ashley. . . . . . . . Pembroke 
Saddington,Chas.(Rec.) RichmondW. 
Samwell, Robert Walter...... Wales 
ScantIebury, Geo............. . Carp 
Shaw, J. Arthur, l\[.A..... . .Cobden 
Sills, Chas. E., -"[.A..South!lountain 
Snowdon, J. F., L. Th. .. ..N ewington 
Snowdon, J. M., -"[.A....... .Ott.awa 
Stiles, Thomas J........... Iroquois 
Stiles, W. H. . . . . . . . . . . South March 
Waterman, Robt. B.IRec.)Franktown 
Whalley, Arthur Henry. . Bell's Corn. 
Dea.cons. 
Lloyd, T. H., M.A. . _ . Vankleek Hill 
Ritchie, F. W., B.A..... . Fenag-hvale 


DIOCESE OF HURON. 
Right Rev. M S. Baldwin, D.D., 
Lord BÙ;hop (1883). 
Very Rev. G. r.1. Innes, -"[.A., D.D., 
Dean. 
Ven.J. W.Marsh, M.A., Archd Huron 
Yen A. H...R.'Mulholland,Archd.Grey 
Ven. E. Davis, -"[.A., Archd. London 
Rev. J. P. Hincks, 1 
Rev. J. W. P. Smith, 
Rev. A. C. Hill, M.A., 
Rev.J.H.RiChardson,hl.A' j Canons. 
Rev. James Chance, 
Rev. W: A. Young-, B D., 
Rev. C. R.Matthews,-"[.A., 
Rev. Canon Hill, M.A., Exam. Chap. 
Rev.Canon Richardson,M A,Ex.Chap 
Ven Archd. Marsh, -"1...1.. ,Dum. Chap 
Ven Archd. Da,'is, -"[...1.., Dom.Chap. 
Rltral Deans. 
Rev. G. C. :\fackenzie, Brant. 
Rev. S. F. Robinson, Bruce. 
Rev. Canon Hill, 
1.A., Elgin. 
Rev. D. H. Hind, B.A., Essex. 
Rev. W. A. Graham, B.A., Grey. 
Rev. J. W. Hodgins, Huron. 
Rev. R. McCosh, Kent. 
Rev. T. R. Davis, h[.A., Lambton. 
Rev. Canon Smith, Middlesex. 
Rev. R. Hicks, B.D., Norfolk. 
Rev. J. T. Wright, O>..ford. 
Rev. D. Deacon, M.A., Perth. 
Rev. J. Ridley, Waterloo. 
Adamson, R. J. S.. . . . .. . Brookholm 
Anderson, C. A. E. J......Ahinston 
Andrew, J. W. J... :..... .Aylmer 
Ardill, James...... _ _. .Owen Sound 
Annitage, Wm L.......... . London 
Armstrong-, Thos. L..... Dung-annon 
Asbury, S. R., B.A., B.D... Atwood 
Ashton, R. . .. .......... " Brantford 
Baldwin, F. M ...... .... Woodstock 
Ball, John A ............. .
Iuncev 
Battersby, Wm. H., -"[...1... .S. Zorra 
Bearfoot, I................ Caledonia 
Beaumont,J. W., AI.D, D.D. Parkhill 
Berry, John,lI[.A.,B.D.Amhersthurg 
Beverly, A................. . . Essex 
Bloodsworth, J. A...... Thamesford 
Bray,H. E....... ...........Exeter 
Brown, Alfred, B. A. . . .. . . . . . . Paris 
Brown, T. H............. . Delaware 
Brownlet>, W. F............ . London 
Burg-ess (Prof.) -"1...1......... . London 
Carrie, James (Sltp'd).. ... . Goderich 
Caswell, D. J., B.D., Ph.B. . Meaford 


Chance, J. (Cafwn) (Sup.).. . London 
Chase, H. P. (Sup.).... ..... .Sarnia 
Cluff, W. T........... .... . Dresden 
Colles, W. H. G........... . Chatham 
Collins, D. W........... .Oil Springs 
Condéll, H. J., .... ..... . Heathcote 
Connor, W. J ..............Durham 
Corbett, Alex...... . . . . Wallacehurg 
Cox, Geo. M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuscarora 
Craig, W., B.D. ........... Petrolea 
Curran, J. P. (Sup.)..... . Brantford 
Dann, A. G., B.A.......... . London 
Daunt, W.,M.A. (Sup'd) Ridgetown 
Davis, E., -"[...1.. (Arch.).... . London 
Davis, T. R., -"1..1. (R.D.).... .Sarnia 
Deacon, D., M.A. (R.D.) . . Stratford 
Diehl, H. R. .. .. .. ........ Florence 
Diehl, L. W ............ Ailsa Craig- 
Downie, J., B.D........ .. .. Watford 
Durnforrl, V. M..... ..... Pt. Edward 
Duthie, Wm. N........... . Lucknow 
Edelstein, S. E. G....... . Glanworth 
Edmonds, J .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . Preston 
Elliott, Geo ................ Glencoe 
English, E. N., M.A....... . London 
Fairlie, J. H............. .On Leave 
Farney, A. B... _.......... .Mohawk 
Farthing. J. C., M.A....Woodstock 
Ferrier, James.. . . . . '" . . . . . Maxwell 
Fisher, A................ Beach ville 
Fletcher,R (Sup.)Constablevil1e,N Y 
Franklin, G. M.... ......... .Riple
. 
Freeborn, R. J.. . . . . . . . . , . Blenheim 
Freeman, )1. G.......... Tyrconnell 
Gander, Jabez.. . . . . . . . . Pelee Island 
Ghent, F. R..... _... _... Walkerville 
Goldherg, 1\1. M........... Markdale 
Graham, W. A., B.A.(R.D.)Shelburne 
Griffin, A. K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brussels 
Guillemont, C E., B.A.. . . .. London 
Gunne, C. R., M.A......... ..Gorrie 
Gunne, J. M............,. Wyoming 
Hall,E. A........... .......Ber\'Ïe 
Headley, C. W., B.A. ... . Brantford 
Henderson, W. ......... _'. Wiarton 
Hicks, R., B.D.(R.D.)... .., . Simcoe 
Hig-ley, T. E. .. . .. .. . . . . . . . . .. Blyth 
Hill ,A. C., M.A. (R.D.)(C.)St.Thomas 
Hill, Jeffrey, M.A.... . Southampton 
Hill, W. T., JI.A........... . London 
Hincks, J. P. (Canon).. .... Windsor 
Hind, D. H, B.A. (R.D.)._Sandwich 
Hinde, William. " .. .. .. St. Thomas 
Hodgins, J. W. (R.D.)..... .Seaforth 
Holmes, F. M. ... . . . . . . . Leaming-ton 
Holmes, J . . . . . . . _ . . .. . . . _ .' Hul"ford 
Hooper, J. G...............}lorpeth 
Howard, R. S. W., B.A.. . Courtright 
Hug-hes, Edward W.... .Tilsonburg- 
Hutchinson, E.. ......... .... Forest 
Innes,G.M ,-"[.A.,D.D.(D.). . London 
Jacobs, J .......... ......... .Sarnia 
Jeanes, Hcnry W. . . . . ... . . . Listowel 
Jennings, E. C_ ...... ..... Hano\'er 
Johnson, Wm....... ... War(lsdlle 
.Johnstone,R.W.(Sup)..N. Pt. Huron 
Jones, J. W.... " ...... " .. ., .. Tara 
Kerrin, J. T............... .l\litchell 
Keys, G................. .Clarksburg 
Lee, Edwin............... Princeton 
Leigh, Francis................ Delhi 
Lowe, \V ................. Wing-ham 
:\la<'kenzie, G. C. (R.D.). .. Brantford 
Marsh, J. W., -"1.A.(Arch.)..London 
l\latthew, (C), -"1..1.( R.D). King-sville 
l\Iay, E. G., -"[..1......... Woodstock 
Miles, C., B.A........... Kincardine 
l\liller, A. 
. (Sup.).,. . . . . Hamilton 
:\lills, C. L.. . .. . . . .. .. . . .. .. Hem.all 
Moore, A. P.......... ..... Paislev 
:\Ioorhouse, J. H. ........... London 
Mulholland,A.H.R.( Arch)Owen S'nel 
l\Iurphy, A., -"I. A .. .. .. .. " Ingersoll 
Murphy, R. J., B.A. . Walter"s Falls 
JIIeCosh, R. (R. D.) ., _... . Chatham 
!ileCracken, J. C_.......... .Cheslev 
:\lcLeod; J. H........... Lion's Head 


l\lcQui, llin George.......... Kirkton 
Newell, J. R............ . Port Dover 
Newton, F. G............ .Strathl'o
' 
Parke,J. F...... _..........Clinton 
RaC'ey,G. W ..............Belmont 
Reilly, W. G............ Chatsworth 
Rhodes, A. H ........... Hyde Park 
Richardson, J. R,-"I.A(Can.)London 
Ridley, John (Rural Dean).. .. . Galt 
Roberts, R. J.(Sup.)Chemainus,B.C. 
Robinson, S. F. (R.D.)...Walkerton 
Roy, Franklin E........ .Clandeboye- 
Ryan, F., B.D. .. . . .. . . . . . . Adelaide 
Sage, G. B., B.A., B.D...... . London 
Scott, W. E. _........... . Ridgeto\\o 
Seaborn, W. M........_.....London 
Shaw, R. H...... ., .. . . . . . . . . Lucan 
Sherwood, G. F., B.A.. . Thamesville 
Shore, A. . . . . . . . . . . Port Rowan 
Shore, W. r.lurton...... . Pt. Burwell 
Shortt, W., B.D. (Sup.)...... Barrie- 
Sims, Robert A., B.A..... .Chatham. 
Smith, Carl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Berlin 
Smith (C.) (R.D.) (Sup'd).. London 
Smith, S. L. (R.D.).... .... . Bayfield 
Smith, Thomas B., B.A..... Windsor 
SoftIey, E., !lr., B.D. (Sup.) London 
SoftIey, E., jr. . . .. . . . . . . Kil1gs\'iUe- 
Steele, H. D... .. ........ West Lorne- 
Stout, W. ................. Clinton 
Strong, J. L............ ..Brantford 
Taylor, W. J. ........ _. .St. :\Iary's 
Ten E,'ck, J. W............ Comber 
Thomàs, H. A. ..... ..... ..Warwick 
Turn hull, !II. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . Goderich 
Ward, G. B., .M.A .......Eastwood 
Ward, J .. . . . . .. . . .. .. . . . . Ha, sville- 
Watkins, R (Provost), J[.A.. London 
Watson, Thomas (Sup.).. . . Wiarton 
Whealen, T. F........... .Colchester 
Williams, David, M.A.... . Stratford 
Wilson, R ..................... Birr 
Wrig-ht, J. T. (R.D.)....... Norwich 
Wright, T. A............. Brantford 
Wright, T. G. A., B.A... ... .l\Iillbank 
Wye, G. W. (on lealle).. Ba). City, l\1. 
Young, W. A.,B.D.(CalWn). . Simcoe 


DIOCESE OF NIAGARA. 


Right Rev. John Philip I>u:\loulin. 
.t1.A., D.C.L., Lm'd Bishop (18!J6). 
Ven. A. Dixon, B.A., D.C.L., and S. 
Houston, M.A., Archdeacons. 
Rev. R. Arnold, A.B. ì 
Rev. W. Belt, M.A. I 
Rev. G. A. Bull, J[.A. 
Rev. A. Henderson, B.A. 
Rev. \V. J. Mackenzie. 
Callons. 
Rev. R. G. Sutherland,l'lf.A J 
Rev. J. B. Worrell, J[.A. I 
Rev. E. M. Bland. 
Rev. John Gribble. 
Rev. W. R. Clark, -"I.A. ) 
Rural Deans. 
Rev. W. J. Armitag-e, St. Catharines 
Rev. "'m. Be,'an, Mount Forest. 
Re\". E. A. Ir\'Ïng-, Hamilton. 
Rev. Joseph Fennell, Georgetown. 
Rev. Wm. 1IIassey, Hamilton. 
Archer, R. H............. . Stamford 
Armitage,W. J. (R.D.) St.Catharines 
Arnold, R., A.B. (Can.).... . Kiag-ara 
Ballard, J. Allan, B.A...... .Guelph 
Belt, A. J., 1[..1. ........... Guelph 
Belt, C. E., B.A..... ... Stony Creek 
Belt, W. ,Jf.A.(Can.) (Rec. )Burlington 
Bennetts, S. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . Arthur 
Be\'an, W. (R.D.)..... .....!lIt. Forest 
Bland, E. 111. (Can.) ....... Hamilton 
Bonny, A............ .PortColborne 
Britton, 1\I. W ......... . Dunnville 
Bull,G.A., M.A. (Can.Rec)
.Fal1s,S 
Clark, W. R., -"1...1.. (Can.).. Hamilton 
Cordner, Robert........ \Vaterdown 



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[1897 


Am?r, L......... St. Margaret's 
ay I "':arner, John E............. Wil
ot 
AncIent, W. J...............Hahfax I \\ebster, F. M., M.A........Hahfax 
Ansell, E., B.A.. . . . ... .. . . . . Arichat White, T. H., D.D. ., .... Shelburne 
Archbold, F. H. W., A.M... . Halifax White, C. de W.,A.lIl.... . New Ross 
Arnold, W. J. . . . . . . . .. Harrietsfield Willets, C. E., D. C.L.. . ". . . Windsor 
Avery, R. (Retired)...... .. Kentville Willis, Cuthhert............. Halifax 
Axford, F. J. H . . . . . . . Port Williams Williams, A. R. P... . . . . , . . Westville 
Ball, E. H. . . . . . .. .. .., , . . . . Chester Wilkinson, F. . . . . . . .. .. . Dartmouth 
Bambrick, R. D., M.A.... Yarmouth Wilson, W. C........... .Spring-hill 
Bent, A. M.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PUl{wash 
Berry, F. J........... Port )Iulgra\ e 
Bowman, C., D.D.... .. . . . . Windsor 
Brine, R. F., B.A...... .Summerside 
Brock, I., D.D. . ...... .. _. Kentv-ille 
Bullock, R. H., D. C. L. . .. . . . Halifax 
Bullock, W., lIf.A .... .. .. .. Halifax 
Crawford, E. P., lIf.A....... Halifax 
Clerk, C. R.... . . . . . . . . . . . . Falkland 
Currie, Adam, A.Jf. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 
Da\'ies, S. . . . .. .. .. ........ 
eaforth 
De Blois, H., Jf.A.......... Rosette 
Donaldson, L. J . . .. ... Guysboro' 
Downing', J. L.. .. ..... .. River John 
Draper, T. F., lIf.A. ...... Louishurl{ 
Edwards, D.... ......... .St. )Iary's 
Ellis, W. (Retired).... ... . Berwil'k 
Filleul, P. J., D.D. (Ret.). Weymouth 
Forsythe, J. (Retired).Cardinal, Onto 
Foster, G. J. . . . . . . . . .. LoC'keport 
Gale, A.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Londonderrv 
Gelling, W. E......... . Bridgewatèr 
Gibhons, S ............. .Parrshoro' 
Greatorex. F. P...., ,.. . Bridgetown 
Gwillim, T. R.... . ......... Raddeck 
Hague, Dyson, M.A..... .. Halifax 
Harley, A. W., ,}f.A.. .... Liverpool 
Harley, H. A., Jf.A.... .. .. .. Dighy 
Harris, Eo A., M.A... .)Iahone Bav 
HarJ'is, G. D............ Weymouth 
Harris, Y. E., lIf.A. (Vicar) Amherst 
Harvey, H. (Ret.)..., ..... Windsor 
Haslam G., .1I-f.A.... .... . Lunenhurg 
Heath, R. A. .... . . . . . Rea\'er Harbor 
Hind, H. C., Jf.A.......... Wolh'ille 
How, R.. B.A...... .....Annapolis 
Howcroft, George......... Falmouth 
Hurley, E. P...... . . . . . . . . . Bayfield 
Johnson, -...... .... New Germany 
.Johnson. R............... . Liscombe 
Johnston. T. W...... .... . Newport 
Rt Rev. Frerlerick Cuurtney, S. T. D., Jones, S. Weston (Arch.).. . Windsor 
D.D., Lord Bishop, Halifax (1888). Kaulhach, J. A., M.A. (Vicar) Truro 
Very Re\'. Ed,,;n Gilpin, D.D., Lea,A.,A.M..........NewGlasgow 
D.C. L., Dean of .Nova Scotia. Leigh. R. M................ . . Canso 
Yen. J. A. Kaulhach, lIf.A.. A1'ch. Lemoine,N.................Halifax 
deacon of Nova Scotia, Trnro. Lockward, J......... .Clementsport 
Yen. David Smith, D D., Archdeacon Lock
-er, W. J., A.Jf. ...Port Morien 
of Cape Breton, Svdney. \Iartell, G. R.. M.A.. ..... . Maitland 
Yen. S. Weston ,'oÌles, A1'chdeacoll )Iaynar<l. T., D.D. (Rel.)... Windsor 
of P. E. Islal
d, Windsor, N. S. }Iellor, T. C............ . . Guyshoro' 
Mellor, C. P.... ...... Petite Rivière 
Canons. 
Iiller, W. F ......... .Churf'h Over 
"en. Archdeacon Kaulbach. M.A. Morris. W. S. II., .
f.A... . Shelburne 
Rev. Thos. Maynarrl, D.D., Windsor. Neish, D. . " ., ............. Halifax 
Rev. Isaac Brock, D.D. Norwood, J. 'V.... . Hubbard's CO\'e 
Rev.F. W. Vroom, A.,"., Sec. Trea. Parry, E. D. P. .. .. ..... . Rawdon 
of the Diocese, Win/lsor. Pern', N. I. ...... .., .. . Halifax 
Rev. W. J. Ancient, Chlt1'ch of En[J- PittlÌmn, H. H., B.A........ Halifax 
land fnstitllte, Halifax. Raven, 
. R.............. .SaC'kville 
A. E. Sih'er, Esq., LL.B., Registrar, Reeks, .John............... . Sydney 
Sackville street, Halifax. Richardson, K., lIf.A. West La Ha\'e 
Ferry 
Rural Deans. Roy, E.... . . . . . . .. . Eastern Passag-e 
Rev. V. E. Harris, M.A... . Amherst Shatford, A. P... .,. ..Petite Rivière 
Rev. T. C. )Iellor....... .St. George Simmonds, J. A............. Halifax 
Rev. F. J. H. Axford.......... A \.on Smith, Frederick. . . . .. . . .. .. Halifax 
Rev. H. de Blois, lIf.A '" . Annapolis Smith, R. A......... . Neill's Harhor 
Kev. E. Hoy ...............Tangier Smith, D..D.D..............Sydney 
Re\'. W. E. Gelling..... . Lunenbul'lr Smith, Richmond........ .Stewiacke 
R W J L k A)f S d Smith,John ...........ShipHarbor 
c\'. . . oc yer, ...... y ney Sterns, H., B.A. (Retired). Yannouth 
Rev. H. Almond, B. A.. .. . .. . Halifa,,- T I " I M A St II t 
Rev. A. Harley, 111. A . .... Shelburne .ay or, D., . .......... e ar on 
Underwood, E................ Truro 
Abbott, C. G., 1I1.A.. .Sydne
 }Iines Uniacke, .J. B., M.A. (Rer.).. Halifax 
Almon,F. H., B.A..........Halifax I '.ernon.C. W..............Windsor 
Almon, H. L. A., B.n........ Pic
ou "
oom, F. W., B. D......... Wimlsor 
-\mbrose, J., D.C.L....,.. .SaekvIlle I \\ade, J. M. C., B.A.......Aylesford 


Da,,', Samuel ........... ..Hamilton 
Dixon,A., B. A.DC L(Archd. R)Guelph 

fnn
ll, Joseph (R.D.). . Ge?rgetown 

 eldmg, J. H............ \\oodburn 
Fletcher, John H. . . . . . . . .. Palermo 
Forneret,Geo.,Jf.A....... Hamilton 
Francis, J., B.D............ Cayuga 
Garden, A. W. S...... .. ..Nanticoke 
Gardiner, R.. . . . . . . . . . .. Palmerston 
Garrett, John C. (Rec.).... ..Niag-ara 
Geoghegan, T.. Hamilton 
Godden, J. K........... .... Acton 
Gribble,J. (Can.,Rec.)Port Dalhousie 
Henderson,A. ,BA. (Can.). Orangeville 
Houston,S., ,)f.A.(Archd.) Nlag. Falls 
Howitt, F. E............. . Hamilton 
Irving, E. A. (R.D.)....... ..Dundas 
.Johnstone, Gabriel, D.D.... WeIland 
Ker, R. (Rector)...... .St. Catharines 
Leake, H. J.,lIf.A......... . Drayton 
Lee, C. R., 11f. A . . . . . . . . . " Grim8by 
Locke, R.S., .If. A .... ...... Toronto 
)Iackenzie, W. J.(Canon). .Chippawa 
)Ias
ey, W., JI.A. (R.D).. . Hamilton 
)Ielhsh, H. F... . . . . . . . . .. Caledonia 
:Mignot, P. T. . .. . . . . . . . .. .. . . !\Iilton 
}Iiller, J. 0., lIf. A... . St. Catharinee 
)Iolony, Ed!{ar Hely ,...... . Erin 
}Iorton, Jame
...... _.. .. " Toronto 
1rI0rton, John J......... . Greensville 
}lotherwell, Thos., B.A. . . Dunnville 
Munson, J. C.......... Wellandport 
Pigott, W. J........ .. .. .... Palermo 
Piper, F. C................ ,.. Jarvis 
Robinson, Rawlings A. . . . . .. Fergus 
Scudamore, Cornelius........ York 
.seaman, J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Lowville 
Shutt, C. H., lIf.A.. . .St. Catharinee 
Smith, P. W. (Rectm'). . . .. Fort Erie 
Smith, Thomas.. . . . . . . . . .. . .. Elora 
:Spencer, P. L. (Rector). , .... Thorold 
.sutherland, R. G., -"I. A. (C.) Hamilton 
Vesey, Eustace A.. ...... H arriston 
Wade, W. H..............Hamilton 
'Vhitcombe, C. E. _.... .. .. Hamilton 
W oodroofe, S. J. . . . . . . . . . . .. Homer 
Worrell, J. B., M.A. (Can.). .Oak\'ille 


DIOCESE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 


PRIXCK EDWARD ISLAXD.. 
Andrews, P. J. ........... .Crapaud 
Andrew, A. E.. . . . . . . Charlottetown 
Beers, Henry J., A.Jl.. . Georgetown 
Dobie, R. (Rel.)....... . St. Eleanors 
Forbes, J. M... .......... Alberton 
Harper, Henry............ Port Hill 
Hunt, T. H., M.A.. . .Charlottetown 
Oshorne, A., D.D...... .St. Eleanors 
Heagh, T. B.. _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . }Iilton 
Simpson, J., 1I1.A.... .Charlottetown 
West, T. F., A.M. ... . Charlottetown 


DIOCESE OF FREDERICTO
. 


The Right Re\'. Holling-worth Tully 
Kingdon, D.D.,D.C.L.,Bil>hop(1892). 
Aiton, W. (CI/rate). ....... . Bathurst 
Armstrong, W. B., M.A.... Welsford 
Bareham, A.... ......... . MuslJuash 
Raylee, C. O'Dell... .. " .... .. Derby 
Bliss, D. !I., B.A... . . . . ?lit. Whately 
Rrigstocke,F. H.J.,DD.Ar'd'nS.J ohn 
Rr
-ant, A. A............... 
Burt, A. F.. . . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. Shediac 
Campbell, J. Roy, B.D...Dorchester 
Colston, R. W...... ....... Douglas 
Covert, W. S., B.A.. .. Grand Manan 
Cresswell, A. J., S.A.C.. . Springfield 
Daniel, A. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . Rothesay 
Davenport, J. ?II., .1I-1.A.. ..St. John 
DeSoyres, John, .1I-1.A ..... .St. John 
DeVeber,W.H.,lIf.A.(Canon)'\t. John 
Dewdney, A. D. A......... .St. John 
Dihblee, H. E., .1I-f.A... . Mau!{erville 
Dicker, A. G. H...... ...... .St. John 
Eatoug-h, W. (Curate)..... . St. John 
Flewelling, J. E ....... .. Centreville 
Forsyth, D., B.A. (Canon). . Chatham 
Freebern, G. L........... . Harcourt 
Fullerton, C. H. . . . . . . . . . Petitcodiac 
Gollmer, A. J. A....... ..Cambridge 
Hanford, S. Jones, B.A .. . . 
Hanington, C. P., B.A.... ., Norton 
Hansen, N. C., JI.A..... .G:J,getown 
Hays, W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. St. John 
Hooper, E. R, B.A.. . . . . .. Moncton 
Hopkins, J. R..... .,. . Birch Ridge 
Hoyt, Leo. A., B.A........ Simonds 
J affrey, W m. (Retired). .. St. Mar
 's 
Jones, P.O.. M.D...... . .St. John 
Ketchum, W.Q., D.D. (Canon). 
St. Andrews 
Lloyd, Geo. E., !of.A...... . Rothesay 
)Iaimann, C. E...... .New Denmark 
Mathers, Richard......... .St. John 
}lillidge, J. W.... ... . ... , . Oak Ray 
Montgomery, H., .II. A .. Fredericton 
lIIorris, H. B., -"f. A.. . . . . . . . 
}Iurray, A. B., B.A........ .Stanley 
McKiel, W. LeR, B.A...... Fair\'Ïlle 
:\Icliim, R. P.. .. . . .. . .... .. St. John 
Neales, T., -"f.A. (Archd.) Woodstock 
Neales, Scodl, III.A.. . . . . . . Andover 
Newnham,O.S.(S.of Syn'd)St. Steph'n 
Parkinson, J., S.A.C..... .St. Mary's 
Parlee, H. T., B.A......... Westfield 
Partridge, F. (Dean).... Fredericton 
Pickett, D. W., Jf. A . . . .. Round Hill 
Raymond, W.O., M.A. (Sec. D.C.S.) 
St. John 
Roberts, G. G., ]If.A. (C'n) Fredericton 
Robertson, F.. . . . . . . . . . . St. Stephen 
Sampson, W. H. . . . . . .. . . .. St. John 
Schofield, Geo. (Retired). . .. St. John 
Scovil, .J. F., B.A.... Prince William 
Simonds, R., B.A. (Retired). St. .John 



1897] 


CLERGY-CHURCH OF EXGLAXD. 


141 


Simonson, E. W. (Curate) St. Andrews 
Slipper, A. A.......... .St. 
Iartin's 
Smith, Ranald E., M.A.. St. George 

mithers, A. W., B.A..... Waterford 
Snow, P. G............. Xewcastle 
Spencer, J............ .Campbellton 
Spike, H.
I., B.A. (Retired). St. John 
Street, W. H., B. A . . . . . . Campobello 
Street, T. W......... . . .. . . Ba.thurst 
Tweed, A. W., ,ßf.A. .. . .. Richmond 
Wainwright, H. S., B.A... . King-ston 
Warneford, E. A. ..Hampton Village 
Warneford, C_ A. S....... . Johnston 
Wetmore, D, L, B.A........Clifton 
Whalley, H.lo'.E.,S.A.C.. Fredericton 
Wiggins, C. F., B.A...... .Saekville 
Whitycomb, J. 
I., B.A .St. John,N. B 
Wilkinson, Wm.J., .M.A. . Baydu Yin 


MISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 
ALGmlA. 
Election of Bishop on Nm. 11, 1896. 
Bishophurst, Sault Ste. }Iarie. 
Commissary. 
Ven. Arch. Llywdd...... . Huntsville 
Examining Chaplains. 
Rev. Jas. Boydell, ,ß[.A. Bracebridge 
Rey. W. A. J. Burt, Pt. Carling. 
Rural Deans. 
Rev. 
1. C. Kirby, Thunder Bay. 
Rev. R. Renison, Algoma. 
Rev. A. W. H. Chowne,B.D.,P.Sound 
Rev. C. J. Machin, 
Iuskoka. 
Re\.. A. J. Young, Kipissing. 
Re\'. F. Frost, 
Ianitoulin Island. 
Editor of "},[islfÌonary -'tews." 
Rev. Chas. Piercy. 
Allman, A. H..... _ . . . . . . . Uffington 
Aylwin, H. C........ 
Ianitowaning 
Boydell, Jas., J[.A . _. Bracebridge 
Buckland, C. H. (D.) .....Po\\assan 
Burt, W. A. J........ . Port Carling 
Chowne A. H. W., B.D.... . Emsdale 
Cobb, A. J........... .Xorth Se
,"uin 
Eccleston, W. J.. St. Joseph's Island 
Evans, W _ . _ . . . . . . . . . . . Parry Sound 
Frost, F. . . . . . . . .. .. . _ Sheguiandah 
Gander, G...... .... _ . South River 
Gilhnor, G........:........ Rosseau 
Harper, E. J............Ft. William 
Hazlehurst, A. H.. . . . . . . . . Ba.\'sville 
Hunter, W. (D.).... ...... . .Gore Ba.v 
Johnston, D. A. . . . . . .. 
Iagnettawan 
Kirby, 111. C... ............. .
Iurillo 
Lawlor, E....... ......... . Schrieber 
Llywdd, Thos. (Archd.). . Huntsville 

Iachin, C. J... ...... _ . Gravenhurst 

IeConnell, J. (D.).. . . . . Bruce 
Iines 

litchell, A. R......... Port Sydney 

Iorgan, S. H. (D.). _ . . . . . Webbwood 
Pardoe, J. ................. ..Novar 
Piercy, C............. . Burk's Falls 
Renison, R., .d.B . .Sault Ste. 
Iarie 
Seaborn, W.... ........ . Cook's Mills 
Smitheman, J. P..... _..... .Iiorah 
Thursb
, J. W.... ... . Port Arthur 
Ulbricht, F. C. H.......... Sudbury 
Young, A. J ...........North Ba.)' 
Catechists. 
Ha)', T. J.. . . . .. . . .. . . . . Dunchureh 
I1ickland, L. . , . . . . . Temiscamilwue 
Godolphin, F. G.. ... .Stur/(eon F
llIs 


ECCLESIASTICAL PROnXCE OF 
RUPERT'S LA
D. 
Comprising the Dioceses of Rupert's 
Land, Moosonee, Saskatchewan 
Athabaska. QIl'Appelle, Mackenzi
 
River, Calgary and Selkirk. 


'lost Rev. R. 
Iachray, D.D., LL.D., I Richardson, J. A., B.A... _ Winnipeg- 
D.C.L, Winnipeg, PrillUlte of all Robertson, W. .... _ _ .... Alexander 
Canada, A1"Chbishop and Metro- ROj.\"ers, G., B.A......... . Winnipeg 
politan, consecrated 1865, ap- Roy, J. J.. J[.A....... .... Winnipeg 
pointed 
Ietropolitan 1874, Pri- Settee, J., C.J[.S... ...... .. Dynevor 
IIwte 1893, Prelate of the 
Iost Ste\-enson. R. G., B.A..... Winnipeg 
Distinguished Order of St. Michael Stocker, W....... _ .. . . . . . . .. Melita 
and St. George, 1892. Stoddart, D. A. B., B.A. Bradwardine 
Sykes, J. H............. ..Oak Lake 
DIOCESE OF Rt:"PERT'S LAXD. Tansey, A_..... _ _ _ _...... Somerset 
Thomas, E.. . . . . _ . . . Fort Alexander 
Turnbull, G.............. . Binsearth 
Wakefield, H.G., .1[.A.Lake Dauphin 
White, A. S., B.A.... 
Iiddle\:hur("h 
Wood, C... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Birtle 
Woods, A. W., B.A..... . Clearwater 


\Iost Rev. R. 
Iachray, D.D., LL.D., 
D.C.L., Archbishop, Winnipe
. 
, Dean, 
the Deanery, Winnipeg. 
Ven. O. Fortin, B.A., Archdeacon of 
Winnipeg. 
Ven. R. Phair, Archd'n of Islington. 
Rev. J. B. O'
Ieara, .1[..1.. ì 
Rev. S_ P. 
Iatheson, B.D.. -Canons 
Rev. G. F. Coombes, .1[..1.. J 
Rev.E.S. W. Pentreath,B.D. 
Anderson,JG,B.d. St. Peter's,D
.ne\ or 
_-\rchibald, E... . . . . . . . . . . .. Brandon 
Baker, F. V., .1[..1 ........ Winnipeg 
Baldock, H. W., B.A.... ..Stonewall 
Bruce, G., C..1[.S. . Fairford, Kinosota 
Bunn, T. 'Y., B.D....... Westbourne 
Burman, W. A., B.D.. .. . . Winnipeg 
Butterworth, ".. A.. . . . . . _ . Hartney 
Chene.'., W. L............ .
lcGregor 
Clarke, W., B.A........... .
Iorden 
Coates,R. E.,B. A. Brokenhead, Peguis 
Cochrane, H. . . . . . . . . _ . . Rat Portage 
Coombes, G. F., },[.A.(C'n). Winnipeg- 
Cooper, H. D., .1[.A........ . Holland 
Coggs, T. C., B.D......... . Carberry 
Cook, Gilbert. .Staggdlle, Kinosota 
Cowie.', A. E....,. . . . . .. .': St. James 
Dearden,. J. C..............Rath
-ell Rigl}t Rev. William Ridley, D.D.
 
Dove, \\., E.A.. .... .Arrow Rn.er BIshop (1879). Metlakatla, RC. 
Dransfield, H. . . . . .. . . . . . . Stonewall . 
Fairlie, J. H., .1[.A.. .. 
liddlechllrch Field, J...:_ Hazleton, Skeena Rher 
Fortin, 0., B.A. (Archd'n). Winnipeg Gurd, R. ".... ...... Kitkatla, B.C. 
Gahan, W. P., B.A... ...... . Carman I Keen, J. H.... . ... .
Iassett, (J. C. L 
Garrioch, A..... ..Portage la Prairie Mc:;Cullagh, J',.B... . Ayansh, Xa..1.S R. 
Garton, W. J.... ......... . Emerson Pnce, A. E. . Gltwung-gak, Skeena R. 
Gill, E. A. W... .. ....... .lIlinnedosa Stephenson, F. L.. Port Simpson, B.C. 
Gill, Geo. . .. .. .... _ . . . _ . . . . Russell Hogan, W.. . . . .. _ _ 
Ietlakatla, B.C. 
Girling, R. H., B.A...... .Gladstone Appe.'.ard, B.. -. Port Essington 
Goulding, A. \Y., B.D... _ _Stony }It. 
Harding, 
lcA., B.A... . Brandon 
Hewitt, 
I., B.A........... .
lanitou 
Hill, G. C ............., .Boisse,.ain 
Hobbes, W. E..._......... Neepawa 
Hole, F. R., .1[. A ...... .. IIlinnedosa 
Hooper, G. H.... ...... . Shoal Lake 
Houghton, C. W........ . Cartwright 
Johnson, J..... _.... . . Rainy River 
Johnson, W. R... _..... St. Andrews 
Kimberley, \Y., B.A_. . Rounthwaite 
King, E. L., B.A............. Virden 
King, H. J., JI.A., . Rapid Cit.' 
Leslie, H. T., B.A......... Winnipeg 
Littler, C. R., B D..... . Selkirk 
:\(ackenzie, B......... ...... .. Posen DIOCESE OF SAS 
\(acmorine, S..... Portage la Prairie KATCHEWAN. 
Maggrah, J. A.........._.Islington R' htR C . p. h r 
Matheson,J. 'V., B.A..... ...Souris Ig ev...nnJan
,
nk 
m. ü.D.
 

Iatheson, S. P., B.D. (Cn). \\ïnnipeg I D.C.L., BIshop (lSSd. Çalgar.r. 
Mercer, F. C., B.A........ ..Elkhorn Ven..ArchdeaconJ. A. MacKay,D.D.. 
\Iiddleton, H. G., B.A...... Prmce Alhert. 
\Iitton, W. T., J[.A....... Winnipeg Badger, John. .St. Jam"", Pukahn 
:\"ichols, E. 1'., J[.A........ 
Ianito\l Beal, '\. R., B.A........ . Battleford 
Nie, R. F., B.A............. . Oswald Chilcott, T. E., A[.A... _. Duck Lake 
Norquav, A. T., B.A..... Barela)., O. Cook, Ed\\ard (Reti"ed).Cumberland 
Owen, C. C., B. A........ Winnipeg Foote, Harold.. _.. . . Prince Albert 
0\\ en, A. De B... _. . Little 
Iountain Hines, John De\on(Pas)Cumberland 
O':\leara, F. C... .. _. .. .. _. Deloraine Inkster, R.. Red Pheasant, Battleforo 
n'
(eara, J. B., JI.A. (CII).. Winnipeg Lambert, J. II., .1[..1 _. Prince Albert 
Pa!{e, J. W. B., B.A... . Rat Portage 
lcDollald, D. n... Thun., Battleford 
Pentreath, E. S W., B. D. (Callon) 
lcLennan, R., B.D.Stanle,\.,Pr. Alhert 
Brainerd, )linn. Matheson, J. R..... .... Onion Lake 
Phair, R. ,C. JI.S. (Archd'II). Winnipeg 
Iatheson, E.. . .. Battlcford 
Prewer, G., B.A. (C.J[.S.). Wabigoon }Ioore, G. (Ree.)..... .. Prince Albert 
Pritchard, T., Lac Selll, care H. B. Co. I Parker, J. F. D... .... Prince Albert 


DIOCESE OF 1(OOSO
EE. 


Rt. Re\-. Jervois A. Ke\\nham, D.D.. 
Bishop (1893). .Moose FOIt, James 
Ba), rieL Tellliscamingue, Utta\\ a 
River. 
Yen. T. Yincent, D.D., Alban), Arch- 
deacon of Albanv. 
Yen. J. E. Lofthouse, FortChurchill
 
Archdeacon of York. 
Dick, Rev. W .......... Trout Lake 
Taylor, Rev. J. J........ 
Ioose Fort 
Richards, Rev. E..... Rupert House 
Walton, Rev. W. G.... . Fort Georj!e 
San
ers, Rev. J...... _. . Bis<'otasing 
Fanes, Rev. R .......... _Fort Hope 
Bareham, Re\'. A.. ....... Chapleau 
Peck, Rev. E.J. and Mr. Parker 
Cumberland S
unfl 


DIOCESE OF CALEDOXIA. 


.MISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 

IACKEXZIE RIVER. 


Right Rev. W. D. Reeve,D.D., Bishop 
(1891). Fort Simpson, via Edmon- 
ton, Alta. 
Yen. Archdn. McDonald, Peel River. 
Hawksley, J........... Fort Xorman 
Its!liettla, John. . . .. . Peel River 
)Iarriott, -.. ...... . Fort Wrigley 

Ial1!h, T. J. . Hay River, Gt. Slave L 
Spendlove, W.,Fort Resolution,G.S.L 
Stringer, I. U. , B. A.. Fort Macpherson 



142 


CLERGY-CHURCH OF ENGLAKD-COKGREGATIOKALISTS. 


[1897 


Pritchard, e. J. . . . .. Fort a III. Corne 
Settee, J. R.... ....... . Cumberland 
Sinclair, John (Retired). . Cedar Lake 
Taylor, J.......... ..... . Sandy Lake 
Williams, N... _ . . . . . . . . . . Branspeth 
Winter, G. S........ .Sturgeon Lake 


Cunliffe, T. W.... _ _. . . . }[aple Creek 
Dobie, G. N. . . . . . . . . . . . Indian Head 
Johnson, W. F. . . . . . Fort Qu' Appelle 
Kettle, A. C., jf.A... .. Fishing Lake 
Lallemand, C. F............ Kutawa 
}Iar('on, H. A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cra,.en 
Nicolls, W., B.A.... .Medicine Hat 
Owens, O. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Fort Pelly 
Pulgra...e, F., ]If. A ......... . Kutawa 
Sargent, J. P., B.A..... . Qu'Appelle 
Tatham, F. H., B.A...... Broad,.iew 
Teitelbaum, T. A.......... Saltcoats 
Terry, Guy P., L.Th........ . Oxbow 
Watson, W.............. Moose Jaw 
Williams, C. . . . . . . . . . . . .' }Ioosomin 
Williams, J., S.A.C...... Whitewood 
Win>er, M. H............... Estevan 


DIOCESE OF ATHABASCA. 
Rt. Rev. R. Young", D.D., Bishop 
(1881). .\thabasca Landing. 
Holmes, 0...... Lesser Sla...e Lake 
Lucfi8, J. R..... ....... .Chipew)-aun 
Robinson, H... . _ _ . . . Smoky River 
Scott, M......._....Fort Vennillion 
Warwick, A. J. . . . . . Fort Vermillion 
\VeavE'r, C. R............ \Yabiskaw 
White, G. W. ...... White Fish Lake 


DIOCESE OF CALGA RY. 
Rt. Rev. Cyprian Pinkham, D.D., 
D.C.L., Billhop (1888). Calgary. 
Andras, C. H., Jf. A . . . . . W etaski win 
Burns, 'V. R., M.A........... . Banff 
Connell, Robert. . .... .. Bea...er Lake 
Cooper (Archdeacon), D.D.. .Calg-ary 
D'Easum, G. C" B.A... Ft. Saskat'wn 
Gray, H. A., B.A..... .S. Edmonton 
Goodman, F. W.. _ .. . _ Lethbridge 


DIOCESE OF QU'APPELLE. 
Rt. Rev. J. Grisdale, D.D., D.C.L., 
Bi
hop (1896). Indian Head. 
Barton, B..... _........ Canninc;ton 
Belil, G. T., S.A.C...... ,...Grenfell 
Brown, \V. E............... Regina 
C'hÎ\ers, J. :-t, A.K.C... .. .. Yorkton 
Cook, A., B.A...... .... ..Kutawa 


Hilton, R.. . _.., .... . .. . . . Macleod 
Hinchliffe, J....... _....... :Macleod 
Hockley, E. F....... . _... .Macleod 
Hogbin. G. H.. ............ .Calgary 
Newton, \V. (Cmwn)Ph.D.CloverBar 
Perrin, W. E............... .Cal
ary 
Smith, S. C. C............ .Mitford 
Smith. Henr.v II.. . . . . Pincher Creek 
Stocken, S. J ......... .... Calgary 
Stocken, H. W. G.. ..... ... Gleichen 
Stunden, A., B. A . . _ _ . . . . Edmonton 
Swainson, F... . ., ...... Macleod 
Tims (Archdeocon)..... ... ..Calgary 
Webb, W. F., R.A...........Mitford 
Webh-Peploe, M., jf A..Sheep Creek 
Wooden, L. J. H........... Innisfail 


}IISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 
SELKIRK. 


Rt. Rev. W. C. Bompas, D.D., Bishop 
(1874-1891). Buxton, Upper Yukon 
Ri ver. 
Yen. Archdeacon Canham, T. H., Sel- 
kirk, Pelly River. 
Totty, Benjamin, Rampart House. 
Porcupine River. 
Wallis, G. C. Rampart HousE', Porcu- 
pine River. 


CONCI\ECI\ TIO
AL DENOMINI\ TION. 


The Congregational Union of Ontario and Quebec will hold its next Annual Meeting in Kingston on Wed. 
nesday, June 2nd, 1897. ' 
Chairman jor 1896-Mr. S. P. Leet, B.C.L...,., ......... ................... Montreal. 
Chairman j01.1897-Re.... J. I. Hindley, Nt.D....................... ........ . Forest. 
Secretary-Treasurer-Rev. J. P. Gerrie, B.A................................ Toronto. 
statistical &cretary-Re,.. D. S. Hamilton, B.A.............................. Montreal. 


The Congregational Union of Kova Scotia and New Brunswick. 
Chairman--Rev. Wm. B. Forbush, Ph.D................................ .... Yarmouth, N.S. 
Secretary-Rev. J. 'V. Cox, B.A........... _.............................. ..EconOlny, N.S. 
Treasurer -James Woodrow, Esq............................... ... _...... .St. John, N.B. 
Statistical Secreta-ry-Rev. J. Shipperley. . . . , . ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. ..... Maitland, N.S. 


Austin,J. M..........Sheffield, NB Hay, James ........... Rockport, 0 Moson, H. C....... Vancouver, RC 
Ball, G. W.. ........ Liverpool, N.S Hay, R.. .... ............. Eaton, Q Pedley, Hugh, B.Ã.... Winnipeg, M 
Barbour, W. M., D.D...}lontreal, Q Hill, E. !I., M.A....... ..Montreal,Q Pedley, J. W., B.A.. ..... London, 0 
Barker, E.............. .. Toronto, () Hindley, J. I., Ph.D....... Forest,O Pedley,Hilton. .. .Japan Mission 
Barker, Joseph...... .De Bec, N.B I Hindley, W. J...... ..... Emhro, 0 Peckover, H.............Toronto, 0 
Bentley, Hugh... . . . . . Pine Gruve, 0 Horsey, H. J. . . . . .... . . . . Toronto, 0 Purdon, n. W...... Cheyboynp, N S 
Black, R. K.. ...... .. ...
ranby, Q Hopkins, Robt......... .}Iontreal, Q Read, F. W........ . African 1fission 
Black, J. R., B.A........ Kmgston,U H)'de, T. B.. ............ Toronto, 0 Read, G E............ Fitch Bay, Q 
Blesedell, James. Pleasant River,N.S Jacobs, D. H.. ...... Winnipeg-, Man. Reikie, T. M...... ...., Toronto, 0 
Bolton, Charles E..... ...Belwood, 0 Jackson, W. P........ ..Brigham, Q Richardson, A.W.,B.A..Kingstun, 0 
Brown, J. L........ Franklin Centre Johnston, Wm. .......... foronto, 0 Robinson, R.. ........ ... Toronto, 0 
Bur
ess, E. J . . .. .. . . . E(lgeworth, 0 Kelly, Matthew. . . ... . .. Listowel, 0 Salmon, John, B. A . . . .. . . Toronto, 0 
Bushell, Jonas. . . .. _ . . . V
C'toria, B.C I Lee, Will>erforc.e......... ,!,oronto, 0 Schoefield, John. ... . . . . Brantford, 0 
Carr, G. T.. . . . . . . . .. .. 
tratford, 0 Macallum, Dame!. ..... Kmg-ston, 0 Sharratt, J .. " .. . . Twillingate, Nfld 
Claris, W. H. Au...... .. London, 0 )Iacallum,F. W.,B.A. Turkish)lission ShipPf:rley, J....... . . Maitland, N S 
Clarke, W. F............. Guelph, 0 )Iacaulay, - . . " . . ..Middleville, 0 Shore, G. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. Kingston, 0 
Cox, Jacob W., B.A.. L. Selmah,N.S , 
Ilison, H. C., B.A.... ..Brandon, M Silcox. E. D............ '" Paris, 0 
Currie, W T., B.A.. African Mission }Iason, H. E........... Wingham, 0 Sims, Thos., D.D..... .. . Toronto, 0 
Craik, Galen H., B. A .. Watervdle, Q I }Iadlll, J. C. ............. Toronto, 0 Skinner, George.. .. . . . ... Frome, 0 
Daley, James T., B.A.... Burford, 0 }Iadill, W. H....................... Smith, W. W..... .St. Calharines,O 
Day, B. J. .............. .Granhy, Q Main, A. W.. .. .. " .. Cowans\'ille, 0 Squires. John.. ., .. .. Random, Nfld 
Dearborn, P. F...... Rock Island, Q Margrett, Albert... . . . . . . Watford, 0 Sykes, S.. .. ..' Keswick Ridge, N.B 
Duff, C., lIf.A.... .. .. ., ., Toronto, 0 :\lcAdie, J.. .. .. .... St. It. ndrews, Q Unswurth, Joseph ...... Toronto, 0 
Dua) , F. J. B. . . .. .. Sherhrooke, Q McCuaig, J. A. C.. .. .. " Toronto, 0 TTnswprth, J. K., B.A.. . .Srotland, 0 
Evans, E. C., D.D... _.. :\lontreal, Q MacCull,E.C. W.,B.A. Kingsport,N.S Wall, E. C.. .. ... Fortune Bay, Sfld 
Fenwick, K. !\I......... )Iontreal, Q :\lrCormack, A.. ... .Culd Springs, 0 Warriner, W. H.,B.D.. ..
lont.real, 0 
Gerrie, J. P., B A.. .. .. " Toronto, 0 
lcEwen, John D.... ...Stouff\ ille, () Watson, 'V. H.... .. .. .. Hamilton, 0 
Goffin, J. W.............. . Barrie, () )lcGregor, A. F., B..A..Woodstopk,O Wpbb, Thomas........ ..Toronto, 0 
Goddanl, Henry.. . . . . . . Milton, N S McIntosh, D. C.. .. . . .... Lanark, 0 Whitman, J........ Cornwallis, N S 
Gray, M. S... _............ . Laurel,O MacIntosh, 'V........... vttawa. (I \\ïld, JOf
eph, D.D....... BrolJte, 0 
Gunn, W. T., B.A.. .. Cowansville, Q :\IpKilIican, J. . . .. . . . . . . Montreal, Q Williams, R R.. . . . .. .. . . Guelph, 0 
Gunner, Frederick, M.D..Listowel,O \linchin, W. J...... .
t. Joh!!", N B I ''':!lliams, Wm......... . Milton, N.B 
Hall, Thomas. . . _ . . . . . . . .Montreal,Q lIIorton, J. . .. .. .. .. .. .. HamIlton, 0 WIlmot, W. F.. .. .. .. . . . Toronto, 0 
Hamilton, D. S., B.A. .:\Iontreal, Q 
Ioore, Churchill.... Ayer's Flats, Q Wood, John.. ........... Truro, N S 
Hay, William .' ,. .. .. .. Scotland, 0 



Gel&e1'al Sltperintend'mt ...... ........................... Rev. Albert Carman. D.O. 
TORONTO CONFERENCE. Cannom, J. W. (Sup'd) ... Whitevale Harper, E. R, D.D. (Sup'd). . Barrie 
Card, S. {Sup'd). .. Penetanguishpne Harper, Henry ......... _ . . . . Bo!tnn 
Cars('adden, A. J. G... _.. .At College Harris. Henry (Suþ'd). .... Toronto 
Rev. Alexander Langford. President. Cattanach, D. (S1tp'd).. . Hurk's Falls Hart, V. C., D. D......... _.. .China 
Rev. Lewis W. Hill, B.A., Seet'etary. Chambers. A. B" LL.B..... Toronto Hart, E. I.............. . Centennial 
} Asst Chapman. J. A., M.A... Bond Head Hart., Y. R. ..... .......... .Starrat 


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on, B.A., sec
": Chapman, M. R., B.A..... .. 'dKing 
artle
 
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Rev. E.Barrass,..Jf.A., D. D., Journul Chapman,A.R...........Woo fl,rd assaI', . ., . D " D '.'" T venmg 
S Chown, S. D.. . . . . . ., . . . . .. Toronto Henderson, James, . . ., .. oronto 
ecretary. Churchill, J. W............ .Mulmur Henderson, Albert E....... Rosseau 
Abbs, George (Sup'd)... ., . Grimsby Clarke, George (S1tp'd)... .. . . Barrie Herridge. Wm. (Sup'dl.. .. Brampton 
Adams, Geo. K......... _ . . . Toronto Clu bine, John o. . . . . . _ . . )Iono Road Hewitt. G. W. ,Jf. A.. .. . Bruce ;!.tines 
Adams, E. J.. ......... .
lono Mills Cobn, Thos. (Sltp'd) .. ... . .. Toronto Hill. Lewis W., B.A (Sec. of 
Addison, Peter (Sup'd)...... Toronto C..burn, John........... .At College Con.)......... .... . Toronto Junct. 
Addison, Arthur P....... Cooksville Cocking. C. T.... ....... Kleinburg Hincks, Wm. H.. LL.B. '" Toronto 
AJ{ar, Gilbert............... _ Angus Cochrane, G., D.D. Los Angeles, Hodgson, John (Sup' d). . .. . Toronto 
Aikenhead, J. R... ........ .. Toronto California Holmes. J. H. (Sup'y)...... Toronto 
Allen, James, M.A.......... Toronto Couch. Isaac............. . Gore Bay Howson, \V. G......,..... . Meaford 
Bacon, William (Sup'y) ......OdIlia Crews, A. C. (Sec. Ep. Lgs.).Toronto Hudson, Albert G., B.A......Barrie 
Baker, Isaac (Sup'd)..... .. . Meaford Crockett, E..... " .., ..... Utterson Hughan, Wm. S_ (Sup'd) ., " Alliston 
Baker, Ernest...... __. .... At College Dean, Wesley (F.S.).. Little Current Humphre)s, John 
.... .. .Priceville 
Baker. Edward.... .... At Colleg-e Dewart. E. H., D D. (Sup'd). Toronto HUllt, John (Sup'd) ,....... Toronto 
Baker. Edmund _ _ . . . _ . . . . Ardtrea Dewey. George W. . . . . )Iount Albert Hunt, Geo. S.. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Stayner 
Balfour, George C......... . Eugenia Dinnick, S. Dunn....... .At College Husband, Robert.J........ Palgrave 
Barker, William R. ......... ..Orillia Doel, John (S1tp'y)...... .. .. Toronto Ingram, Thomas...... . Owen Sound 
Barkwell, W.J., .Jf.A.rF.S.). Toronto Douglas, E. T...... . Christian Island Jackson, John A ...... ..At College 
Barlow, T. G. ...... Victoria Harbor Dowler, J. A. (Sup' d). .... ..Toronto Jeffrey, Charles B........... Malton 
Barrass, E., ,bf.A., D. D. (S'dl Toronto Dunlop, Thomas (Fin. Sec.).. Aurora John"ton, C.O.... .... .. ., .. Toront.o 
Bartley. Thos. E. (Ch.)..Colliligwood Edwards, S. H..... __. _. . .l\larkham Jones. Philip........... .Coldwater 
Bedford, J.... . . . . . . . . . . . . Creemore Ed wards, Thomas. .. . . .. .. . .. Barrie J one", C. A. (Sup'd).. . . . . . . Toronto 
Bedford, A. . .. . . .. .. .. . . .. .. . !\Iaple Egan, James.. .. . .. . . . . " .. ElUsdale Keam. Frank C.... _ . . .. .. .. Ðepton 
Bee. Wm. (Sup.d)...._.....Toronto Egan, W. E..............At College Kemp, H. E. W.....Horning.s Mills 
Belfry, C. A............, .,. . Beeton Ellis, T. H.............. .At College Keough. Thos. S. (S1'P'Y) '" Toronto 
Berry, Henry..... " .. Walter's Falls Emory, Vernon H...... _." 'l'oronto Kerr, J. !\IcD...... ........ Toronto 
Beynon, R. B., B.A.. Holland Centre Evans. Wm. G..... . Iroquois Indians Kerr, SamueL............... .Ophir 
Birks, Wm. {SuJJ'd)......... Toronto Faircloth, G. S., B.A.... .At College Lanceley, John E. {Chair.).Brampton 
Bishop. G. J. (Chair.).. .. ., . Toronto "'allis, R. J. _.. .. ........ .. Dundalk Lang-ford, Alexander (Pres. 
Blackstock, W.8.. DD. (Sup'd) Toronto Farewell. Frank L........ At College of C(JI
".) ..... ...... .Ol"angeville 
Booth, Wm. B.. Ph.D...... Islington Fa.wcett, Michael (Sup'd)... Toronto Langford, Charles...... .1IIono Road 
Bowles, R. P.. ,bE.A., B.D. ... Toronto Ferguson, T. A. (Sup'd) .. '.' Toronto Langford. F., B.A .,B.D.Gra\'enhurst 
Bowles,1.0.,1IfA.,BD..St.Joseph'sId Ferguson, J. J.. M.A.. B. D.. Weston Laidlaw, W. H........ . Port Carling 
Brace, A. Philip, S. T.L. .Lemonville Fprguson,H.T.,BA.,BD. Collingwood Laker, Ed. C............. Don Millf< 
Brett, R. H.. . . . . . Manitoulin South Ferguson. J. J., B.A... Woodbridge Large, Richard. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Innisfil 
Briggs, Wm., D.D.......... .Toronto Ferrier. W. F........... Chatsworth Larg-e, R. S. E., B.A..... .At College 
Brown, Geo. M.. . .. .. .. .... Toronto I Fish, Charles (Sup'd). . . . . . . Parkdale Latimer, J. F. (Sup'y) .. .. . . Toronto 
Brown, W. P.......... .. Woodford I Fish, H. A... .. ............ . Toronto Latter. A. P. .... .... . . ...... . . AIton 
Brown. Alfred (Chair.)..Owell Sound Fitzpatril'k, J. D. ..... East Toronto Lawrence; George....... .At College 
Brown, H. A... .. .. . .. '. . . . . ,?alston Fox. Tho!!,as (Sup'd)........ Aurora LawrenC'e, Charles. .. . . . . At C'ollege 
Brown, F. L., B.A. .. . .... .. f.lmvale Fox. J. \\ e"ley.... .... l\Iuhnur Lawrence. John..... _... _ . . Rama 
Browning, Arthur (Sup'd).. .Toronto I Franks. D. n. ........... We8t Essa Learo
d, \Vm. H....... . . Epsom 
Buchanan, W m. . . . . . .. . . . : . Alliston Fralick, Reuhen S, . . . . . . . At College Lee, Heorge F. (S1tp'd).. .. .. AlIis
on 
Buley, Thomas M. .., _ . WlIIde1"ßlere Freehury, J. B........... At Collpge I Lee, Herbert. . . . .. . Temperance VI lie 
Burns, Wm. (Sllp'd)........ Toronto Galbraith, W.. LL.B. (Sup'd). Toronto Leech, George (Sup'd)... . DavenpOlt 
Burns, R. N., B.A.. ., . " .... Toronto Gal'dner,.J. E... ..... .. . Honcvwood Legate, ThOJ::as .... .. .. . .. 
Iaxwell 
BIll"wash, J.,D.Sc..M.A., Prof V. Un. German..J. F. M.A., n.D...Toronto Leonard, Thomas.. ., .. ..Queensville 
Caldwell. J. T., M.A., B. P. Glflver, T. W. (SU]/'y) .. ..... Torontfl LIVingstone, F. J., B.A., JI.8., 
(Fin. Sec.)............... \lidland Godfrc
', Robert' Sllp'd) .. Parkdale African Missionary 
Cameron, D. E... ..... South Rh'er Gooùman. Johll (S1Ip'd).. Orangeville Locke. Joseph H. _ _ . . . _ . _ . . . Toronto 
Camphell, Thos... .. .. .. Streetsvillp Graham, John W., B.A. . Gra\"enhurst Locke, John.. .. .. .. .. .. .. Bradford 
Campbell. P
ter....... .... Ra\"clllla Hager. W. K., B.A.Pelletallguishene Lomas, William (Sup'd) .... Toronto 
Campben, W. F., Ph. D. .. . Parkdale Hall, William.... .. . Brampton West Long, Jas. A............. Roscmont 
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[ 1897 


Loree, "t. H................. Novar 
Lucas, D. V., D.D. (Sup'd).. Toronto 
Madden, Willialn H. . . . . . . EtoblCoke 
Magee, H. S........ . . Manitowaning 
.Mahan, John .. .. . . . . . . .. Flesherton 
Manly, John G. (Sup'y).... .. Toronto 
Manning, H. 1.1. (Chr.)..... Uxbridge 
Manning, Charles E.. (Chairman) 
Sault Ste.Marie 
Marshall, 'Vm. G...... .Magnetawan 
Martin, Alexander (Sup'd).. Toronto 
Matheson, Jas. {Sup'd).... .. Toronto 
Matthews H. S. (Chair.)..Ne\\ market 
ltIetcalf, J. F....... Without Station 
Milner, John (Sup'd)........ Toronto 
Moore, Herman (Ch'n). ., Braceùridge 
Moore, W1I1. H.............. Dorset 
More, John H... .. .. .... .At College 
Morgan, John............. Thornhill 
Morris, John T. . ., . . . . . . . Davenport 
McAteer, 'rhos. G.. .. _ ... A t College 
McBrien, E. W. ...... Newtonbrook 
McCulloch, George.. . Richmond Hill 
McDonald, Peter A....... Unionville 
1IIcDowell, Henry (Sup'd) '" . Aurora 
McKee, Robert...... Westmoreland 
)Icl
enzie, A........... ..Fort Finley 
)Iclnnley, Geo.,B.D.(F.S.).McKellar 
McLaughlin, J. F.,Prof. Vic. College 
}Ic
eil, A........... . Severn Bridge 
Neil, T. W................ Scarboro' 
Nixon, W .. . . .. . .. . . . .. Oro Station 
Noble, S. G.. . . . . . Without a Station 

orman, Daniel......... At College 
Nurse, Frederick....... Wanninster 
Ockley, J. F. (Chair.)... .. ..10ronto 
Odery, Joseph.............. Toronto 
Oke, John H. . ..' . . . . . . ., Whitevale 
Oliver, Jos. H..... .... ,. .Cooksville 
Parker, W. R., D.D ........ Toronto 
Partridge, H. L.. . . . . . . . . . At College 
Paull, Ernest F. (Sup' d). . . . . Toronto 
Paul, A.J.,B.A., B.D. ,Richmond Hill 
Peacock, Percy.. . . .. . . .. At Colleg'e 
Peacock, Geo. .......... .At College 
Pearen, Jas. A., M.A.... ..Davisville 
Pearson, M. L. (Chair.)..... .. Barrie 
Pearson, E. A.,B.A.. ..Newtonbrook 
Pepper, John, B.A..... .. Heath('ote 
Perry, Charles E.. .. ........ Mimico 
Petch, John A...Korah, Goulais Bay 
Pickett, T. W .. .... .. . . . . Willowdale 
Plunkett, J. V......... .New Lowell 
Potter, Wm. A.......... .At College 
Potts, J..D.D.(Sec. of Ed.).. Toronto 
Powell, Gideon L.. .... Sutton West 
POWH, John........... Vroomanton 
Rankin, J. A............. .Parkdale 
Rear, S. E............... .At College 
Redditt, J. J......... .. . Brampton 
Reynolds, C. W......... . Sundridge 
Richard, A................. . Malton 
Richarrlson, Wm. (Sup'd).... Weston 
Roach, Wm. R. (S'lIp'd)... . Eglinton 
Roach, Wm. F........ Singhampton 
Robinson, Geo. W.,B.A... Llo)'dtown 
Robinson, Gilbert W., B.A... .China 
Rodwell, Wm. A........... . Toronto 
Rogers, James G.. ........ At College 
Rowe, E. 8. (Fin. Sec.)..... Toronto 
Rupert,E.S.,1I1.A .(Chair.) P.r. Sound 
Rutledge, Goo. K. Without a Station 
Ruddell. Thos. W... On Reserve List 
Salt, Allan.. .. .... .... . Parry Sound 
Sanderson, J. E., M.A.. .. Brampton 
Sanderson, A. R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maple 
Sanderson, J. R......... Streels\'ille 
Savage, J. W. (SllP'd).......Toronto 
Sawdon, J. E.... ........ ..Day Mills 
Scott, E. E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toronto 
Scott, Thos. G. .......... Euphrasia 
Scott, N. E. (Sup'd)...... ..Eglinton 
Spott, Thomas, S.'1'.L.... ..Corbetton 
Seeley, W.. . .. .......... Thessalon 
Service, Emerson B... . . . . . Uffington 
Shannon, 'Wm. (Sup'd)...... Toronto 
Shore,T. E. E., B.A........Toronto 


Shuttleworth, J. (Sup'd).... Toronto 
Simpson, James 111. . . . . . .. 1IIarkdaie 
Simpson, J. (Sup'y)... .. Orangeville 
Simpson, C.A.(F.S.)C9.mpbell's Cross 
Simpson, R. J. D.........At College 
Smith. James (Sup' d). ...... Parkdale 
Smith, W. J., M.A. (F. S.)... Toronto 
Smith, G. S............ . Dunchurch 
Smith, C. 1.1. .... . . . . . . . .. Day )Iills 
Sparling, J. J.... . . . . . .. Cookstown 
t:ipeer, Jas. C. (Chair.) ... .. Toronto 
Spencer, R. A........, . . Queens\ ille 
Stafford, F. B........... .At Colleg-e 
Starr, J. H. IS1lp'd)........ Toronto 
Ste\'enson, Georg-e 'L. . . . Lnionville 
Stewart, John W....... . Sunderland 
Stillwell, R. J................. King 
Strachan, Richard.... " . Brookholm 
Strangways, R R., B. A . .. . H illsdale 
Stone, S. G., D.D. . .... .. Shelburne 
Stonehouse, John H.. ., Burk's Falls 
Sutherland, A., D.D........ Toronto 
Thornley, Wm .......... .Goodwood 
Taylor, Charles (Sup'd). . . . . . . Barrie 
Thurlow, I. E. (Sup'd)...... Toronto 
Tore, Reuben..... .. .. ., Schomberg 
Toye, A. J. . . . . . .. . . . . . . ., Lam bton 
Tribble, W. J. . .. . . .. " ..... Laurel 
Trollope, J. A............... Laurt:l 
Tucker, Samuel (Sup'd)..... Toronto 
Vickery, John........... _Scarboro' 
Walker, Geo ............ Cookstown 
Walker,\Wm. W... Without a Station 
Wallace, Wm........... .At College 
Wallace, F. H. (Professor Victoria 
University) ......... .... Toronto 
Wass, John B., M.A... .St. Vincent 
Washington, Geo., M.A.... Sandford 
Washington, W. C., M.A..Minesing 
Watson. Wm. G., B.A....At College 
Waug-h, George..... . .. A t College 
Wehster, William.... ..Mount Albert 
Webber, George... .. .. ., Eg-linton 
Webber. Geo., jr........ .At Colle
e 
White, T. R..... .. .. . . . . .. . Dufferin 
Wellwood, N., F.R.H.S. (Fill. 
Sec.) ...... .......... . Thornbury 
Wilkinson, J. R......... .At College 
Will, P. D. (Sup'd)......... Toronto 
Williams. Thoi!. (Sllp'd)...... Orillia 
Wilson, Richa.rd (Sup'd).. .Parkdale 
Wilson, W. F.............. Toronto 
Wilson, J08. E.,B.A.(F.S.) Huntsville 
Withrow, W.H. D.D(Ed.Mag) Toronto 
Wood, George (Sup.dl....... . Bolton 
Young, Geo., D.D.(Sup'd)... Toronto 
Young, E. R..oo.... Without Station 
Young, Joseph (F. Sec.). .Stouff\"ille 
Young, E. R.,jr., B.A......Toronto 


Baugh, Wm....... . . . .. . . ..... Appin 
Bennett, Geo. (Sup'd). . . . . . Lam beth 
Birks, Wm. (Sup'd)........ . Toronto 
Birks.Alex. K. .B.A. ,LL.B. Teeswater 
Blatchford, T. W., B.A.. Westminster 
Bond. Stepben............ .Seaforth 
Bristol, Charles. . . .. .. .. .. .. Arkona 
Brown, C. W..B.A.,B.D.Amherstburg 
Brown, George (Sup'd). . . .. Toronto 
Brown, Asa I. . . Montreal Theo. ColI. 
Brown, A. H., B.A.... ..Pelee Island 
Buggin, George........ Wallaceburg 
Burdette, C. (Sllp'd).. . . . . Ridgetown 
Burton, Robt. C........... .. Yarna 
Burwash, Nathaniel S. . . ., .. . . Salem 
Butt. W. H. (Fin. Sec.).... Centralia 
Chant, J. H. (Sup.d).......Newburg 
Chapman, WID. (Sup'd)..... London 
Chapple, John (Sup.d).... .Cle\-eland 
Chown, Ed\\in A., B.D. Without Sta. 
Clarke, C. ...... . Montreal Theo. ColI. 
Clement. B. ............. London W 
Cobbledick,G.H., ,ßf.A.,B.D.Glencoe 
CullIns, J. M. (ð1Ip'd) ..... Thedlorrl 
Cook. Jos. S., Ph.D..... Walkerville 
Cooper, Wm. H........... ..Harrow 
Corneil. C. J. . . . . . .. Victoria College 
Cosens, Thos. Wesley...... Fordwich 
Coulter. Joseph............ Florence 
Coupland, T. B....oo...... . ..
parta. 
Couzens, C. C..............._-\uburn 
Crews, H. W.. ,ßf.A. (F.S.). . Chatham 
Crew3, Thomas (Sup' d)...... London 
Creighton, W. B.,B.A.B. D. TUI'pen ille 
Crichton, Charles. . . _ . . . . . . 
Ialahide 
Crossley,H.J!'.(Evangelist).St. Thomas 
Cunningham, Andrew... . Kincardine 
Currie, Henry E.... Victoria Colleg-e 
Daniel, Geo., M.A., Ph.D... London 
Deal."on. J os. . . . . . Shedden and lona 
Dever, A. W.............. . . . )Icrlin 
Edge, Joseph ((:hairman). . Goderich 
Edmunds, Sol. C., B.D.... .}Ionkton 
Edwards. A. S.. .. ... .. !St. Clair 
Edwards, E. W.. . .Sheddon and Iona 
Elias. W. A.......... WalpoJt' Ish.nd 
Fair, Hugh J.....:. ...... ..St. John 
Fallis, J. G., Ph. Boo ..Point Edwald 
Fansher, W .............. ..13. ,thwell 
Fansher. Fenton.............. Ethel 
Fear, Ezra A. (Fin. Sec.). . Milverton 
Ferguson, John A.......... London 
Fessant, E.. .. .. . . . . . ..Straffordville 
Findlay, W. A............Wanstead 
Fisher, John S.......... .... . Gorrie 
Ford, James F............... . Lucan 
Ford, W. J., LI,.B..........Clinton 
}<'reema.n. J. W., B.D. ....... . Ontario- 
Galloway, Joseph...... . Leamington 
Garbutt. R. J., LL.B........... Birr 
George, T. T.............. Ddaware 
Gifford,G. A..Ph.D(Ch'n)..Wingham 
Rev. George J'lckson, President. Godwin, Wm.(Jour.Sec.).. . Goderich 
Rev. Charles Smith, Secreta'ry. Going-, A. H , B.A. . . . . . .. Springfield 
Rev. G. F. Salton, Ph.B., Asst. Sec'y. Graham. Wm. H..........Camlachie 
Rev. Wm. Godwin, Journal Sec'y. Greene, Josias . . . . . . . . . . . . Fullarton 
Alexander, A. 0.. Montreal Theo. Coll. Griffin. Michael.. .. ....... Fairfield 
Allin, S. J...... _.......... . Brussels Griffith, A. E. (S1lp'd)... St. Thoma.R 
Anderson. S A............. Warwick Gundy, James (Sup'd). ... . Brantfonl 
Andrews, G. W., B.A... . Holmesville Gundy, J. R. (Chairman)... Windsor 
Anrlrews, J. 'V......... . Londesboro' Graham. Humphrey A.... .f'ullarton 
Antliff, J. C., D.D., Prof. Montreal Hadwin, Thos. (Sup.d)........ Ber\"Ïe 
Theo. College.............London Hall. Robt. H..............Ashfield 
Ashton, W. J.............. Elinnille Hamilton,R.D.(As,;t. Sec.).Al\"inston 
Austin.RF.,M.A.,B.D.(P.) Alma COl i Hannon, Jas., D.D. (Ch'n). . Stratford 
Ayearst, J. A., B.A..... .OilSprings Hanis, A. G............ . . London 
Ayels, Walter....... .... .. Woodslee Harrison, T. E.. .... .. .... . Granton 
Aylesworth, LB., M.A.. LL.D. Hart, John...............,. . Sylvan 
Port Stanley Hayhurst. Wm.. ...... .. oo . . Fingal 
Baird, John W., B.A..... .Xewbury 
 Haylock, J. J......, .... : Harwich 
Baker. Geo........... South }Iersea Hazell, G. N., B.A.. .. .. . . Strathro,\ 
Baker, E. N., Jf.A.. B.D. ..Chatham Hobbs, R. .......... _..... . London 
Ball. John. . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . Atwood Henderson. G. W. (Chairman) Sarnia 
Barker, A. . . . . . . . .. . .. .. Dorchester Henderson, John. .' . . . . .. Bryanston 
Barltrop, Charles....... . Ailsa, Craig- H!ll, John (Sup'y
........... .0!1 eida 
Barnhv. R. H., B.D..... .. .. \\ allace Hill. Joseph (Sup d).. .... .. Brlgden 
Bartlett, Leonard.. )Iont. Theo. ColI. ' Hibbert. J. W.. . .. . . Victoria College 


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145 


Holmes, Ed win ........... Therlford 
Holmes, James E.... . _ . West Lorne 
Holmes, John (Chairman). Blenheim 
Holmes, Jos. W ........... Mitchell 
Hosking, Robt. J.. . .. .. .. . . Nissouri 
Huggin
, W. (Sup' d). ...... Uttoxeter 
Hunter, J. E. (EoanJelilit) St. Thomas 
Husser, James.. ......... . Louisville 
Hutton, Benj. L... .. . ., . . . . .. Ripley 
lnine, Henry........... :;t. Thomas 
Irwin, Robt. Fulton.. .... . Adelaide 
Jackson, J. A.. ... . Victoria College 
.Jackson, Geo. (Pre8.)...... . London 
Jackson, Thomas.......... . Belmont 
Jewett, George. . . . .. .. . . . . Elimville 
Johnson, George H..... ..)Ia.rthaville 
Jones, A. E.... . . ... .. .. . . . . Bervie 
Jones, P. W.. .. .. .. . .. .... Tiverton 
Kaine, C. C ................ Hensall 
Keenleyshle, C. B, B.A., B.D. 
Without Station 
KeHington, H. E. . . .... . __ Thorndale 
Kennedy, D.)!. (Fin. Secretary) 
Thalllesville 
Kennedy, James (Snp'd). . " London 
Kennedy, John, B.D....... Florence 
Kennedy, J. B............ . Kerrwood 
Kennedy, C. W......,........Gesto 
Kenner, John.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Staffa 
Kprr, G. J. (Fin. Sec. )Yount Brydges 
Kerr, John L. (Slip'd)..... Brussels 
Kerr, Wesley E. . '. .. . .. . . _ _ Hensall 
K
"haw, Edward... ..... .. .. Embro 
Kirkland, John H.......... Comber 
Knott. Stephen............. Kintore 
Knowles, R. W..... ........ London 
Laird, J. G. (Sup.d).... .... London 
Lake, Chas. V.... . . .. Cedar Springs 
Lanceley, E. R (Fin. Sec.). . London 
Langford, A. J .. . . .' ...... :\Iorpeth 
Learoyd. J uhn ........... St. Mary's 
Leech, Webster W. . . . . Whitechurch 
Li vingstone, J as. ........... Alymer 
Lloyd, A. g... _'" ...... . Rutherford 
Locke, H. W ............... . Exeter 
Malott, F. E.. . . .. ... Victoria College 
Martin, D. E............ .:\lelbourne 
IIbson, Thomas ............ Muncey 
McAllistër, W.G. H. , !.f. A. BrOWnS\'l11e 
:\lcUulloch, Andrew M.... Thorndale 
McCutcheon,T. L.(Sup'd)..St. Thomas 
lIIC'D >IIl1gh, Wm ......... . Kingsville 
McKelvie, Irving. ........ .Camlachie 
McKibbon, Archibald. . '. . . W roxeter 
:\lcLean, H. (Sup'd)..... St. Th'lmas 
McMullen, Wm., B.A.......Romney 
McNair, T. R............... Brigden 
McTavish, H. W.....,.... ..9resden 
1tIeVittie, Samuel.. . . . .. . . . . Rodney 
?tledd. E., Pit. B.. .. ...... .. Ruthven 
Middleton, E ............., . London 
Miller, R. A............ Westminster 
Mills, John.. . . . . . . ... . .. .. .Parkhill 

Iills, Wm. (Sttp'd).. .. .. .,. TorontO' 
:}lillson, W.. . . . . .. . . .. . . .. .. Sombra 
trlillyard, R. ...... ........ .Clinton 

Iillyard, E. J... . . . . .. . . ..... . Union 
Moore, Jas. E....... _.... .... Dutton 
Morden, John P. (Sup'd). .St. John's 
Morrison, John.. ....... .Goldsmith 
.:\Iortimer, W. J. .. . . . . .. .. Delaware 
Moss, W. H. . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . Bluevale 
Moyer, Harvey D ....... Thamesford 
:\luxworthy, L. W. ... Charing Cross 
Myers, Peter ................ Dover 
N attras!'l, Timothy.. . . . . . . . . London 
Neelands, John (Sup'd).. ..Strathrov 
Nethercott, J. C.......... Woodham 
Newcombe, Henry A. (Sup'd).Clinton 
Noble, Jabez J.. . . . . . . .. . . Hal'mom. 
Norton, Wm. (Sup'd).. ... .. Hru'lseÌs 
Oaten, F. J... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Bayfield 
Oliva.nt, E. (Fin. Sec.)... .. Benmiller 
Orme, J. H. (Sup'd)..... ., .. Lond')n 
Parsons, R. C. (Sup'd).. ..St. Thomas 
Pascoe, W. S., D.D........... Essex 
Patterson, T. A... .. Victoria College 
10 


Paul, Richard (Sttp'd)...... Brussels 
Penhall, Wm.............. .Corunna 
Phillips. John R. (Sup'd).8t. Thomas 
Philp, Jos., B.D (Ch'n).. . Ridgetown 
Pickard, )Iahloll.. . . . . .. . . .. . :\lerli:J 
Pomeroy, Daniel (Sup'd). ..Highgate 
Pomeroy. Wm. !II............. Bethel 
Preston, W. (SUp' d). ..Port Lambton 
Pring. .J os. W.... . . . . .. . . . . .. . . Nile 
Powell, E G......... Victoria College 
Quance, 'Vm............. ..Lambeth 
Rapson, A.................. . Napier 
Redmollll, Richard ...... Dorchester 
Reid, L. W., 'Iont,'eal Theological Co!. 
Reynolds, John (Sup'd)..... Windsor 
Rice, J. P. (11
in. Ageltt Alma Col- 
lege)............. .... .St. Thomas 
Rigsb
, W . . . . .. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . Bl
 th 
Robinson, John W...... Trowbridg-e 
Ro
ers, David.. . . . . . . .. . Talbotville 
Russell, A. L................ London 
Russell, Johu.............. ..Siloam 
Ryan, David (Sltp'd)........ London 
Raven, Alfred R.......... . Kinglake 
Scratch, A. (Sup'd). . . . .Leamington 
Salton, G.F. (A88t. Secretar./I) 
St. Thomas 
Salton, Samuel............. Watford 
Rmderson, G.B.,D.D.(Sup'd'.London 
Sanderson, Thos. C.. . . . . . . . '. Bervie 
Sawyer, Thos. E........Tuckersmith 
Scott,C.T., B.A........St. Thomas 
Service, Richard (Sttp'y). .St. 
Iary's 
Shaw, Edward A....... .... Belgrave 
Shaw, W H............... .Cottam 
Shepherrl, W. W. (Prill.).. .,Muncey 
Sherlock, Benj. (Sup' d). . . . . Toronto 
Sinclair, J. J .. . . . . .. Victoria College 
Smith, Charles, Secretary of Confer- 
ence. . .. . . . ... . . . .. ..... Wyoming 
Smith, Findlay M. (Sup'd).. .. . . . . ., 
Smith, Geo. (Sup'd). .. .. ... Mitchell 
Smith, W. A. (S.T.L.). . . .. . .Oil City 
Smythe, Wm.............. .Petrolea 
Snell, Byron.... . . .. Victoria College 
Snell, J. A .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Corinth 
Snider, A. I., Ph. B. .. .. . . Wardsville 
Snowdon, Thos. J., Ph.B... Kirkton 
Staples, S. G., B.A........... .Avon 
Stinson, Joseph H.(Sttp'd).. ..Sarnia 
Sutcliffe, Fletcher.. _. ...... Brooke 
Swann, Francis.. . . .. '. . Dun
annon 
Swift, John R. (Sup'd)..... Newbury 
Stearlman, T. A. . .... . . . . . . )Ialahide 
Thiba.deau, Alexander. . . . .Mairlstone 
Thompson, G. H........GrandBend 
Thompson. Robert........... Lyoml 
Tiffin, .\. C.. .. . . . ... Victoria College 
Tyler, Henry D.. . . .. . . . _. Bosanquet 
Tole, S. L. . .......... .. .. .. .... .. ., 
Uren, H. J...... _........ ...London 
Van,'e, W. R........ Victoria College 
Veale, John............. ..Highgate 
Vollkk, C. W.. ...... .. .... ..Oneida 
Waddell, Wm. J............ . Kippen 
W al ker, James. . . . . . . . .. ..... Ethel 
Walker, John (Sup'd).... ..Lucknow 
Wallwin, I B, MA. (Fin. Secretary) 
Lucknow 
Ward, Joseph, M.A., B.D. . Stratford 
Warner, H.l., ,W.A. .... .St. Thomas 
Watts. John H. (Sup'd).... Walkerton 
Wt>bster, T., D.D. (Sup'd)..Newburv 
Wells. C. P., B.A., B.D. ..Tilbury C. 
Westman. J. P...............Walton 
Whiting, Richard, B.A....... Forest 
Wickett, L. W. (Sltp'd).. }'larthaville 
Wilkinson, G. A.. Montreal Theo. Col 
William", R. W.. . . . . .. .. .. . Vienna 
Williams, Wm., D.D....... Listowel 
Willimot, W. (Sup'd)........ London 
Willoughby, Gerald.......... Sarnia 
Willoughby,N.R.,M.A.,D.D. . Exeter 
Wilson, Martin J.. ., ...... . .Sombra 
Wilson, Jasper, Jf.A. .. . . . . Strathroy 
Wilson, R. L .. . . . .. ... . . Dawn Mills 
Yelland, J. G............ ..Crediton 


MONTREAL CONFERE
CE. 
Rev. J. T. Pitcher, President. 
Rev. A. Lee Holmes, jf.A., Secretary. 
Rev. W. H. Sparling, B.A., and Rev. 
Wm. Philp, B.A., B.D., Asst. 
ec'Y8. 
Rev. Chas. D. Baldwin, Journal &c'y. 
Adams, William. .. . . .. .. . . . Ulverton 
Ainsworth. J. Harrison (Sup' d). . .. .. 
Allin, P. H., B.A....... Beebe Plain 
Allum, Carl.............. ..Manotick 
Anglin, W. W...... Riviere du Loup 
Armstron
, John..Howick-Valleyfield 
Austin, William.............. A)'lwin 
Bailey, T. W........... . Ba.rry's Bay 
Bald win, Charles D....... _ Dunham 
Barnabas, Jno. R... .. .. .. .St. Jovite 
Barnett, William (Sltp'd). ....... Lyn 
Bates, G. E.... _ Wesleyan Theo. CIJI. 
Beamish, W. J............ . Locksley 
Bell, Gore A... . . . . . . .. .. . . . Chelsea 
Bell, ThlJlllas (Sup'd). . ... ... Bedford 
Bel ton, A. J., S. T. L.. . . .. . . Montreal 
Benson, }Ianly, D_D......1.Iontreal 
Betts, Lorenzo A. (Sup'd).Brockville 
Black, Richard...... Victoria Colle",e 
Blair, William. B.A. ". .North Bay 
Bland, C. E., B.A., B.D.... Waterloo 
Bland, Henry F.. .. .. . . Smith's Falls 
Bland, Salem G., B.A. . Smith's Falls 
Boshart, Wm. P........... . Montreal 
Bradford, W. G........... . Montreal 
Brill, David.. Calumet and Grenville 
Brock, J as. (Sup' d). . . . . . . . Kingston 
Brown, Daniel, B.A.,B.D..Bearbrook 
Brown, Thos.......... .SeeleY'f\ Bay 
Brown, Thos. C........... . Cornwall 
Brown, Will. Thos. .. Wes. 'Theo. Co1. 
Brown, William T. G. . . . . Moulinette 
Brundage, 
Ianly... . . , . . . . Schrei ber 
Burke, Tho". E., B.D...... Westport 
Burnett, H. W., S.T.L.. N. Wakelield 
Cairns, H. G.. ... . .. Wes. Theo. Col. 
Cairns, Hugh....... ....... . Arnprior 
Campbell, Alex. (Sup' d). .. ,Montreal 
Campbell, George I......... Eardley 
Cassidy, T. Creighton. . . . . . Farnham 
Chantler, Wm. N..... . Hemmingford 
Charlesworth, James... .. ..Montreal 
Chisholm, Francis.. .. .. .. Pakenham 
Clendinnen, G.S.,g.T.L.BiIling's B'ge 
Clipsham, John W........ ..Lachute 
Coates, E. W. S........... Calabo
ie 
Colborne, J......... Wes. Theo. Col. 
Conley, Lewis.... ............ El
in 
Conley, Thos. R, B. A . . . Chesterville 
Conoly, Wm.J., B.A... ...Lakefield 
Cornell, J. C........... Wolfe Island 
Corrig
n, R., B.A., B.D..... . Magog 
Courtice, A. C., B. A., B.D.. .Kingston 
Crabb, G. J........ _.. ..Maple Grove 
Craig, William.. .. . . .. .. . . Clarendon 
Crane, E. W.................Ottawa 
Cummings, D. T., F.T.L. .. Richmond 
Curtis, C. J...... .. .. . . . .. .Inverary 
Davies, John (Sup'd).. ... .Stanstead 
Davis, E. A., B.A., B. D. . GeorJ;eville 
Davis, George H. H.. . . .. .. .. La('.ol1e 
Deeprose, Chas. S... . . . . . . Inverness 
DeGruchy, Edward...... ..Montreal 
DeLong, Albert M...... . Beachburg 
DeLong, Francis.......... Avúnmore 
Desmarais, 'Vm. H..... ... ..Bethel 
Diome, John A. .. . . . . . Caughnawaga 
Dorion, Jos. A. (Sttp'd).... . Montreal 
Dorman, J. A...... ....... . Montreal 
Dowson, J. L. . . Wesleyan Theo. Col. 
Drennan, Alex. {Sup'dl.... Kingston 
Eagleson, R., S.T.L... West Shefford 
Earl, Daniel, B. A.. . . . . Oxford Mills 
Eason, Richard...... Portage du Fort 
Easton, W. H., M.A....CopperCliff 
Edwards, Geo............ Pembroke 
Edwards, John A....... .Savryerville 
Elliott, U. D................ . Gaspé 
Elliott. James, B.A. ...... ..Ottawa 
Ellis, John D., B.A........ Montreal 



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Ellis, Wm. J. 0 . . . . . . . . . . .. E\{anville 
EmsIey, Will H...........!I..utreal 
England, Luther M.. B. A . .. Montreal 
Ewan, Bobt. B., JI.])..... .
lontreal 
Farrer, W. D.... ....... .Chelmsford 
Fairbairn, Audrew.... ..Colllht'l"IlIe,'e 
Farnsworth, A. H...... ... .Cape Ozo 
Ferguson, John (ðupd.) .... Athens 
Fer
uson, John.. .. .. .Clarenceville 
Filll'h,C. W.B.A ,B.D..... .Cookshirc 
Flanders, C. R., R.A., D.D., Prin. 
8tanstearl We"leyan Colleg-e 
Follick, Joseph (Sup'd).. .. ... Stella 
Fowkes, John.. .. ., .. :Sùuth Stukely 
Fowler, J. H., AT.A. (Sup'd) .Suttou 
Fowler, Hiram (Sup'd.).... .. Sutton 
Garvin, Johu..... ....... .(
uyon, Q. 
Geoffroy, Antoine E.(Sllp'd)
lontreal 
Gibson. John........ ....,. 
udhury 
Grea\'es, R. H... Wesleyan Theo Col. 
Grenfell, John ........ .. " . Kingston 
Griffith, Tholl. .11...1. Ph.D.Brockville 
Hagar, J useph M., ALA. .0 .. Pre8cott 
Hall, Isaac............... Lanc8bter 
Halpenny, Wm.....Wes. Theo. ColI. 
Halpenny, E. W. . . . . W cs. Theo. ColI. 
Hamilton, W. A............ Warren 
Hammond, R. M. (Sup'd)..Kingston 
Hanna, William A. ..... _ . .. Cla
.ton 
Harris, Thomas. . (Sup'd). . 
Iontreal 
Harris, Wm., JI.A., B.D., Pl'Of., 
We8. Theo. Col... .. _ .. . Montreal 
Harton, S. L. W........... Powassan 
Hartwell, G.E.,B.A.,B.D. Brockville 
Henderson, WI:"'........ .Cowans\ille 
Henderson, W. G. . . . . . . . . Brock\ ille 
Hewitt, Wm. J. (SUp'd).... ..Quehc
 
Hicks, James B., B. Á . . . . . Aultsville 
Hill, Harry. .. . . . . . . .. . .. Lake Talon 
lliscocks, John (Sup'y).. .. . Lachute 
Hodgllon, Jonathan R. . Island Brook 
Holmes, John (Sup'd)..... Kingston 
Holmes, A. Lee, M. Á . . .. . Coaticook 
Howard, Erastull S.. Phillipsburg E. 
Howitt, Wm., B.A., B.D...... Sutton 
Hughes, Jacob I. . . . . . . .. .. Cardinal 
Hughes, Silas J., JI.A.. .... ..Ottawa 
Humphrey, James W. Lawrell('eville 
HunttJr, W. J., Ph.D., D.D. (Sllp'd). 

lontreal 
Huntington, Silas... Nipissin
 Junc. 
Huxtable, Charles. . . . .... . . . Lanark 
Huxtable, George G.......... Perth 
Jackson, W., D.D _. . .. . . Gananoque 
Jamieson, \V. S., M.A....S,denham 
Johnston, Alex. B.........Pittshurg 
Jones, Alfred Thos.... Windsor Mills 
Jones, S. H...,.,. ..'.... . Agnes 
Jourdan, Philip A.... _. _, Webbwood 
Kelly, E. Richardson. .... .. Montreal 
Kendall, S. C. (Sup'd).. ... Quebec 
Keough, W. T.,B.A.. .... ...Rawdon 
Kilborn, O. L., JI.D....... King!'lton 
Knapp, A. E.. ..... Wes. Theo. ColI. 
Knox, \ViI1iam..... _ .. .. . . . .. Ashton 
Krupp, Henry............. Riceville 
Larmour,J ,B.A.,BD. PhD.. .Cobden 
Lawson, Elwood.. ....... . .Opinicon 
Lawson, James .... . . North Augusta 
Lennon, W. S. . . . . Mascouche Rapid!'! 
Lett, Francis G. . . . . .. . . . . . . Iroquois 
Lidstone, Joseph E.. .. .. '. .. M'itllda 
Lough, Daniel A., S.T.L.. ..Montreal 
Manbell, Thomas J.. .. .. . . Montreal 
Mark, R.,JT.D.(Sup'd). . Ottawa Cent. 
Massicotte. Leo., S.T.L...Al"tonvale 
Maudsley, S. E. (Sup'd).... . Hudson 
!la'.ety, John E.... ........ .Granb
 
McAmmond, F., B.A.... Winchester 
Mt'Ammond, R. B........ . Mont8gne 
llcAmmor.d, T... . . . South Mountain 
McCann. Alfred. . .. . . . ., Keml,tville 
McConnell, James H.. . . . . . . . . Eaton 
llcConnell, Robt. C., B. A.. Grantley 
McRitchie, George. .. .. . . .. .. Aylmer 
Meredith, Thos.. .. .... .. .. .. Verona 
lIeyer,FW A.,.tl.A., Ph.B. . Richmond 


l\feyers. Henry. .. .. .. .. .. Ormstown 
Mil!ht. Sallluel (Sup'd) .Smith'>! Falls 
Miller, J. II.... ... .... .... Pittsburg" 
.Miller, R. II. ......._ ...._Arundel 
Mills, Arthur W.. . . . . . Sharhot Lake 
Miek, D........._. Wes. Theo. ColI. 
Morrison, Edmund S.... Three Rivers 
Mosso!" George. . . . . . . . . .. ..' Leeds 
Murray, J. Holt.......... Marhletou 
Nelson, Is'tap.. .... ... .. East Bolton 
Kewton, S. F......... ... . Clarendon 
O'Hara, James (Sllp'd)... . Elgin burg 
Oke, John J . ................ Oka 
Oliver, Rohert F.. .. .. .... .. Kepean 
Orscr, A. R. (Sup'd).... ..Gananoq'le 
Os bome, Heman S., B. A. .. . . Berwick 
Parent, AlIland (5up'd)... .. Waterluo 
Pates, A. E............. Little Metis 
Patton, W. M., B.A., B.D. (Prof. of 
Ilebreu', We,.;. 1'hco. Col.. MOlltreal 
Pearson, William....... Huntingdon 
Peck, Will. (Sup'dL.... Kill!!ston 
Peever, Rich. G., S.T.L.. Westllleath 
Pergeau, Paul, B.A,. - ... . }finton 
Perley, \Villiam F. . . . . .. .. .. .. LYIl 
Phillips, A.M., B.D....... . Montreal 
Phillips, F. 1'....... .. . Vankleek Hill 
Phillips. S. B. (Sllp'd)... . . . . . . _ . Lyn 
Philp. W.. B.A., B.D... .Spencerville 
Pierce, Barry.. .. .. .. .. ..... Augusta 
Pimlott, Wm............... Addison 
Pinel, Joseph, S.T.L...... . Montreal 
Pitcber, J. Tallman....... Stan stead 
Plett>!, J as . . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. Ba tter:3ea 
Porter, G. H., M.A., B.D..St. John's 
Powell, T............... .Commanda 
Poyser. G.C., F.'l'.L... ....... Delta 
Pyke, Wm............ . Bishop's Mills 
Qnincey, John Andrew.. .. ..Arundel 
Qninn, Sarou!"l... .. .. Henclersom.ille 
Radley, A. A.... ,. .. .. .. 
awyerville 
Raney, William... .. . Carlet on Place 
Raney, W. H., B..A... _... . Robinson 
Rpad, F. A............. Lennoxville 
Rennie, Thomas (Sup'y).. .. Waterloo 
Reynolds, Francis C.. .. . . .Montr'eal 
fit:ynolds, Geo. S. . .0 . .. 
Iallorytown 
Reynolds, Will. E.. .. .. . . Lansdowne 
Richards, Thos. H. .. . . . . . .. Mt'tcalfe 
Richardson, J. Eo.... ..North Gower 
Rich'l.rdson, P. L., B..A., B.D., Pruf. 
W ps. Theo. Co!.......... 
I"ntreal 
Rilance, William.......... .Cardi',al 
Roadhouse, Job.......... ..Pla.yfair 
Robertson, Arch. G.. . . . . . . .. Escott 
Robeson, J. B......... Harrowsmith 
Robinson, Fred. G....... _. . Mattawa 
Robinson, Richard...... .. ., Danville 
Rogers, George............ . Allllonte 
Rose, S'l.l1luel P , D. D.. " _ . Montreal 
Rowan, W. L... ..,. \\'es. Theo. Col. 
Roy, Louis E.. ....... .I{o"ton Pond 
Roy, Telt'sphore.......... JlIontreal 
Runnells, A. E ...... . Abbott!Sford 
Ryan, William W. .. Chambly Canton 
Ryckmall. E.R. M..A., D.D. Kin
,.;ton 
Sadler, Mitchell (Sup'y).... Montreal 
Sanders In, A. E., S.7'.L.. W. Brome 
Sanderson, D. Cook.. .. . . . .1\1 ontreal 
Saunders, Jabez B., M_D. . Ottawa C. 
Scanlon.. John.. ... ...... .Athens 
Scott, W. L. (Sup'd).. Ottawa Centre 
Seller, Jollllson... . .. .,. .Grpell\Voorl 
Servicp, \\ïlliam...... .. " . Inkerlllan 
Sh'l.\V, W. 1.,M.A.,D.D.,LL.fJ.,Prin. 
\Ves. Theo. Col....., .. Montreal 
Shibley, S.lIl1uel.... ., .. .. . . Kingston 
Short, W,". (.
up'd\........ Kingston 
Shortt, Will. K., JI..A..... r\ewooro' 
Simpson, J ,lines. .. " .. Vat, klepk Hill 
SlIlIth, I"aac C.... . French 
'is<;ion 
Smith, Rllhert.. _.. .... .. .. Compton 
SlIIith, \VilIialll.. .. ..' .. . .l\:nowltoll 
Smith, Will. T.. .Wim.hester Sprillgs 
Snell, Gpo. W... . . . . . . . . . . Cataraqui 
Sparling, W., B.A., B.D.... . <Juehec 

parling, Will. H., B.A.. ..Montreal 


Sbltf.>r<!, George.. .. .. . . .. . Barnston 
St.arr,J. E........ .......KingetoD 
Stevells, Will. H........ St. Lambert 
Stevt'nson, John....... \'il,turia VIIi. 
Stewart, John II......,.. .Cataraqui 
Stil well, Rt'u ben '. . . . . . . . Frallkville 
Sykes, Chllrles A....... 
Iansonville- 
Taggart, C. (S11p'd).. . . . . . Ottawa W_ 
Taylor, 
rnest M., M..A. Cowansville 
T,lylor, Mcl vin.. .. . . .. .. Merrkkville 
Teeson, Sam\Jel .. .. .. " . .Odelltown 
Tennant, Elisba(Sttp'd)Coruwalllsl'd 
Thomas, Erne!!t... .. Franklin Celltre 
Thompson, B. W.,.......... Matilda. 
TIlIl1.wrlake, Wm....... . Morrishurg 
Tippett, E. H....... . Sturgeon Falls 
Topplllg, NltSslLU R..... .. Lombard,) 
Tory, H. 1tI., B.A.,B D., l\kGilI CuI. 
Tredrea. J. 1\1........ o. . . . . . . . . Carp 
Tripp, Fred.. ., .. .... .. Frelil!hshurg 
Varley, F. W., B.A.. ..St. Catharines 
Vaughan, Cbas. S.... Prin. Aladllra 
Ilistitute. . .. . . . . . . ... ......1 ndia 
Vickery, T. J.......... ..... Walford 
Visser, A. H. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l\laberly 
Walker, Harry, B.D....... Powassan 
Warden, Fn'd. A.... South BarnstoB 
Warren, Herman E., B.A ..Chapleau 
Watsun, Jamell, P.T.L. .. Hudson, Q. 
Watts, Asa 0... .. .. .. .. .. .. Bedford 
Webster. John.. .. ..... .,. .. Renfrew 
Weese, W. W.............Elginburg- 
Wells, William... ........ .. Maitland 
Wheatley, Isaac.... ..Fitzro
 Harbor 
White, G. S. (Sup'ti). .. .. _. Kingston 
Whiting, Richard (Sup'd). Killgstüll 
Wig/{ins, 1.1. E. . . . . . . . . . . Thurso, Q. 
Wilkinson, Arthur. . . Haley's Station 
Wilkinson, Isaac....Easton.s Corners 
Williams, George H.. .. . . .. . . Hatley 
Williams, T. G., D.D.Sherhrookt',Q. 
Williams, W. J.. .... Wes. Theo. Col. 
Williamslln, A. W. . WI';;. Theil. CoL 
Williamson, J. H.... Victoria College: 
Williamson, 'Y., Ph.B. ..GamllllllJUe E 
Wilson, John, B.A... ... .., Wllltnni 
Wilson, W.A., S.'l',L... .Shawbridge 
Wintèr, David........ .Ottawa West 
'Vood. George C.........N eV;Îng-ton 
Wood, Wm........... ....... ,Mag-ogo 
Wood, Wm. J............. .Montreal 
Wright, John H.. . . Wes. Theo. ColI. 
Wright, Thollla
 H.. . . . . . .. Ulverton 
Young, Henry A.. .. . . . . . . .. Lachine- 


HAMILTON CONFERENCE. 
Rev. Jas. Van WJck, B. A., PTel;t. 
Rc
'. F. E. NUj:!"ellt, Secretary. 
Re\'. J. W. Coole v and T. Albert 
Moore, As!';t. Seeretor.ies. 
Rev. R. Walter Wright, Journal &c'y_ 
Adams, Ezflt (Sup'd). .. . . . Courtland 
Ames. W. (Sup' d). ....... WoodStOl
k 
Am
, Thomas. . ' . .. . . . Nassag-a\Veya 
AI'cher. J os. .. . . Louth and Gratham 
Athoe. Thomas. .. .. .. . . . .. Lyncl..n 
Atkins. Thnnllls J. (F.S.) ..Norwich 
Auld, Da
icl (Sup'd) ... . Georgetown 
ßaillie, J. E. 
.......... Marsville- 
Bar'kel', Geo. W... Yic. {'ni., TorontØo 
Bell, James P ..... .. .... .. Fe,'wil"k 
Bell, R. H. . . Drumbo and RichwtJoo 
ßcnuett. C. T., B.A.(Ch.). .P,,,.t nuver 
Bielhy, W. M... .."....... .Sau/{een 
Bowers, A. A., E.A....... . Ridgeway 
Bowl"y, Charles L...... ..... Peel 
Boyd, Thomas. . . . .. .. . . .. . . . . Jarvis 
BI'and, H... ............. Cla\ering 
Brandon, W. J.. ....... Port Uowan 
ßrethour. n. L..Ph.D.. ... . Hamilton 
Bristol. Burness (S1Ip'd) , Jerseyville 
Brown, W.G..M.A. (SU1 I 'd)..HaIllIlton 
ßr)'erll, Wm. (Sllp'd). .. .. . . . . . -\l"ton 
BUlliS, A., S.T.D., LL.D. . Ham!lton 
Bur'us, R., Ph.B......... .Hanlliton 
Caldwell, Henry, S. T. L.. . . . . .. Ke.. 



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Calvert, Geo. W. (Chair).. .Oakville 
Calvert, R., S.T.L.. Walsingham Cen. 
Carpenter, George.... _ Strathallan 
Carson, Robert..... _ . . . . . . . Kemble 
Cassidy, F. A., Jf.A . _ SL Catharines 
Casson. \Ve_ilt'Y (Filt.See.)..Dunnville 
Caswell, Jalnes (Sup'd).. .. Grimsby 
Caswell, W. C .. Victoria University 
Ca\'ers, Charles A. . . . . .. Tobermory 
Chalmers, David... . .. .. .. Cainsville 
Charlton, James (F.S)... . .. Han"ver 
Christie, Herbert B.. . St. Catharines 
Clark, George, Ph.D(F.S.)..Tnorold 
Clarke, Andrew lSup'd) _. .. Hanover 
Clarke, E. J '. .. .. . . . . . . . .. Anraster 
Clarke. T. R .... .. ..... ., . Tmfalgar 
Clement, Ephraim (Sup'd) 1'i1sonburg 
Cohoe, B. L ............ .Springforrl 
Cole, Charles G. F........ Vkt. Uni. 
Colem:m,F. (SI
/"d).. .... _. Hamilton 
CoIlamore, O.G. (Supd). Kewan..e_ Ill. 
Colling, Joseph S. (Fitt. See.).Ehnira 
Colling, T., B.A..... _. _..... Paisley 
Collins, J. H... . . . . . . . . . . . . Dereham 
Colwell, Andrew E.. ..Grand Valley 
Cook, H. A..... ..... .Uxforrl Centre 
Cookman, C... Burford and Fairfield 
Cooley, John W ........ .St. George 
Corcoran, John S.... S')llth C;Lruga 
Cornish, G. H., LL.D... .. .. Niagara 
Co.'!ens, Charles 'V....... Beallls\'ilIe 
Couf'h, S. G..... .. ........ Elmwood 
Crane, Isaac (!il'-tp'tfJ... .. 'Vnodstock 
Crawford, A. W., B.A..... Brantford 
Crosby, A. H. ................Erin 
Cross. WII). (Sltp'd) .. .. .. .Cainsville 
Crowle, Fred. W., At. A ..... Fonthill 
Clllp, Josephus.... ........ . Sheffield 
Cutler, J_ B. (Sup'd).... ., Smithville 
Danard, W. H ..' . ..Cape Croker 
Davey, Robert (Chairman). . .Chcsl..v 
Davis, John T_ (Sup'd). .. _ . Ingersoll 
Deacon, Charles......... Waterdown 
Dobson, C. J., B. D. (Ch'n) .. Well<lnd 
Dougall, H. S., B.A., B.D. . Stamford 
Down, George W... Wes. Theo. Co!. 
Doyle, John A... Viet. Uni. Toronto 
Dra
er, C. D.............Townsend 
Duff, Robert.............. ßellwood 
Dyer, James E.(Sup'd). . Stony Creek 
Dyke. Jabez II. .......... .. .Norval 
Ecker, DanieL........... Teviotdale 
Eddy, AI.thur C., B.A.. Without Sta. 
ElI,ott, R. J............. . Burlingt"li 
Facey, Robert. A.. . . . Oxford Cen tre 
Fallis, Samuel'V.............. York 
Ferguson, James.. _.. . Southampton 
Fergllss'm, George. ....... Binbrook 
Flagg, Edwin L., B.D....Courtland 
Foote, James G.. ..........Caynga 
Forman, R. J. (Sllp'd).. . . .. Grimsby 
Fydell, Thomas R ............ Milito 
Garner. John (Sup'dl..... ..Hallover 
Garnillun, 'Vm. H.. B.A........Erin 
Gee, A.L., Ph.B(Fin.See_).. Hamilton 
Gee, Thomas (Sup'd)......... .Alma 
Germ!!.n, John W. (Sup.d).... Berlin 
German, Pet9r (Sltp'd) '. ..Cainsville 
Gilpin, John M. .. ...... .. .Stirton 
Gilpin, Victor J.... _.. .. ... E\-erton 
Glazier, Adam........... Onondaga 
Goodwin. James ('sup'd) " .Hrim.."Y 
Grandy, Thomas....... .Caistorville 
Gr
en, Robt. G. .....', .I;pringford 
Grl_ffiu, W. S.. D.D. ........ .Gut'lph 
HaIth, John M.. ........... ..Jarvis 
Hall, Harvey M........ .. )Iillg-rove 
Hall, Henry (SltP'lI). .., ...Arkwright 
Hall, TheophiluH (Sup'y) .... .. Tara 
Hamilton. A., B.A. .
lollnt Plea!<ant 
Hamilton, C. (Sltp'd). .. . Palmerston 
Barnwell, H. J.. . . . . .. . _ . Hepworth 
Harris, James (Sup'd)..... ..Gul'lph 
Harvey, Wm. H.,B.A ..... ..Clifford 
Haynes, Frederick (Sup'y) ßeamsville 
Hazlewood, J. H. . .. . . . . . . . " _ . Pari
 
Renders, Rich'd C. (Sup'd). Hamilton 


Hendl'rson, W.C., J{.A., D.D..Berlin 
Hill, Hl'nry E............. .F,'eelton 
Hilts, Joseph (SI
p'd)..... ., Dundas 
Histnn, John (Sltp'd).. .. Bl\r\in
..n 
Hockey, John E. IF.S.).. Waterdown 
H,.ldell. Sam ut'I 'V... ... ..AI'kwri:.:ht 
Hollin-ak.., F. W_, B..t....llamiltoll 
Holme;;, Cilas. P... ...... .Ottervil1e 
Holmes, James H. . . Victoria College 
Honey,G.E., B.A.,B.Ð.. Wellanòport 
Hough, J olm (Sltp'd). . . . . . " Guelph 
Howard, T. S. (Sup'd)... Hagel'sville 
Howell, J. E., M.A......... ..Acton 
Hunt, David (Sup'd)..... Woodstock 
Irwin, Alexander J., B.A. _..,. _Ayr 
Isaac, John 
. ............ Holstem 
Jackson, J. A. (Fin See-}_ . Harriston 
Jackson, T. W........... . . . . Fergus 
Jamieson, Walter S. (F.S.)..... Tara 
JdferiH, Thomas 
1. (Sltp'd) OakvillE 
Johnston, Alfred .J............ Alma 
Johnston, Geor1!e W. . .. Colpoy's Rty 
Jolley, W. C. (Sltp'y)... '" Norwirh 
Kappelle. St.ephen (Sup'd). Hamilton 
Kay, John..... .......... H'tmilton 
Kay, J. Fred., B.A.. . Port Robinson 
Kearns, David (Sup'd)..... . Freelton 
Keefer, Robert. . .. . . . . . . . . Wellesley 
Kelly, D. Ward (Sup'd).... .Norwich 
Kelly, Samuel Judson.. ... . Glanf,)rd 
Kelly, T. W., B.A..........PalerulO 
Kennedy, Albert.... .....Prinf'eton 
Kennedy, Jamps H. _...... fIamilton 
Kerby, G. W., B.A... .St. Catharines 
Kerruish, T. L........... Port El({in 
Kestle, J amelI. . . .. . . .. . . . Rockwond 
Kettlewell, Wm. (Chair.)...... .Galt 
Kitching, John W........... Varney 
Laidrnan, Samuel A.. ..... .. I{elvin 
Laird, James (Sup'd).... ..Calechnia 
Lavell. A. E., M.A........ Rockford 
Lawrence, G. (Sup'd).. .... Ingersoll 
Leith, Hamilton (Sup'd). _ . Hamilton 
Linscott, T, S. (Sltp'Y).... l3rantrord 
Livingston, H. G...... ... . Caledonia 
Lounds, George. .. .. ., Grand Valley 
LounsbuQ', E. (Sup'd)..... Hamilton 
Magwood, Wesley J _ ...Kenilwortll 
hlarkham, Jos. (St(.p'd)......Arthur 
Mar!<hall, C. 1\'1.. . . _ . .. . . . Cedan-ille 

Iarshall, Edson E., B. A _ . Canboro' 

larshall,S. E.,B.A.,B.D. Washing-ton 
l\Iassnn, Jas. (Sup'd). .St. Catharines 
Masson, Wm. D......... . Dyer's ßay 
Mathers, F. M., S.T.L.... Aherfnyle 
Maudson, Geo. A..... . . Reserve List 
Miller, Amasa B.......... Eastwood 
:\1 iller, Geo. (Sup'd) .. .., Woodstock 

Iisener, A'istin P. . . . . . . . . Trafalgar 
Mitchell, G. A., B.A.. ..Geor'!'etown 
Moir, David A., R.D..... Walkerton 
Monsinger, H. .. "'es. Col., :\Iontreal 
Mooney, James.. " .. .. . l3artom'ille 
Moore, T. Albert (Chai-r ).p..lmerst.oll 
Mnrris, G. Francis..... . Bridgeburg 
Morrow, C. R,........ Port Colborne 
MpAlister, Jas. (Sup'd) .. .. ..... f:alt 
l\I,'Bain, James H., B.A. ..
lildm'l:V 
hll-Cartner, James H... . . Jerseyville 
\f (' Intyre, Hohert J. . . . Yiptoria CIIL 
McIrvine, C. L..... . . . . Victoria Cni. 

Icùil'hlan, Ja'!., ,bE.A..... Waterloo 
Nel'ley, Oavid n... _. ..VictIJrlIl. {Tni. 
Nelson, Francis E.. .. . . .. . . Fonthill 
Nicholson, S. W.. .. .. . . . Dohhinton 
Nugent,F. E.(Ser. of Conj. ).. Hespeler 
ück(ey. R. L..............OttervilIe 
ürme:T. H.,^,f.A., Ph.D.. Eridgehurl! 
Ottawell, Wm........... ..Allenford 
Parr, Theo. J., B.A...... . Merritton 
P,lttersnn, Jnshua R... . Decewsville 
Peart, 1\'I.C., B.A.... .. .... ., .. Walsh 
Perry, Thoma'! P.. .. Vict. rniversity 
Pescott, W. E., B.A.(P.S.). .Simcoe 
Phillips, Robert,.. .......... .Alma 
Philp, John, Jt.A.,D.D... . Hamilton 
Pickering, John.. .. .. .. .' Woodstock 


Pomeroy, J. C., B. A.(F.S.).. Durham 
Potter. Austin.......... Hagersville 
Pool, Thomas W.. ..... Reserve List 
l:'re!!tnn, J. (Sup'd)... .... Brantford 
Prudham, W. W.... 'Ve3. Tlleo. Coli. 
Rail ton, ttichard... Victotia College 
Richardson, Geo......... _ . Ingersoll 
Richard
on. Jos. D... Vietolia CoIl. 
Robh, Andrew............. Burford 
Robinson, J. H. (Chair.)- Tilsonburg 
Rolston, David D. (Sup'd) Walkerton 
Ross, J.S.,M.A .,D.D.(Ch.). Brantlord 
Rowe, Richard B......... Lynedof'h 
Russ, A. E. ,lIf.A.(Ck).. Niagara Falls 
Russ, James E... ... _.... . . Lowville 
H.utledge, W.L.,HA .(F.S.) Brantford 
Sahine, 'l'hos. J..........._...Dre\T 
Sanderson, John 'V.... Eden Grove 
Saunders, John, M.A... .... Drayton 
Savage, Wm. (Sltp'd).. .... " Guelph 
Sranlon, R. W., Ph.D.,M.A.Oakland 
Scott, John G. (Chair.).... Guelph 
Sellery, 8-, -,,
I.A., B.D...... .Guelph 
Sharpe, Dixon............ . Eramosa 
Sheppard, E .. .. .. . . Vietoria College 
Sh!Jl'person, Albert W. . . .. Cainsville 
Hhetidan, Wm. (Sup'd).. . Beamsville 
Sheridan, Walter L..Victoria College 
Shilton, J. W., B.A... Niagara FaIls 
l:3ifton, J.W., M.A., Ph.D. (Sup'y) 
Hamilton 
SippreIl, W. J .......... Wuodstock 
Smith, Alfred E., B.D. . .. Plattsville 
Smith, Geo. (Sup'd). ., .... .. Wiarton 
Smith, John S ...... _.... . '. Bright 
Smith, J. V., D.D....... ..Hamilton 
Smith, Thos. James... ..Liun'.. Head 
Smith, Wm. B..,.. Victoria College 
Smith, Wray R. . . . .. .. Stony Creek 
Smitherman, Geo... Victoria College 
Snider. David W............ . Milton 
Sparling, W. W....,........ Salford 
Stafford, Chas. E. (Chair.). _ Wiarton 
Stafford, W. E .......... Arkwright 
Stall wood, Wm. ...Without a Station 
Stapleford, E. W,.,..... Ste\'ensville 
St.evenson, E. B., B.A.. .. . Freeman 
Stevenson, John C. (F. See.). .. . Elora 
Stewart, John.. ........ ... Carlisle 
Stobbs, T. (Sup'd).. . . .. . . Hamilton 
Stringfdlow, C. (Sup'd)..Hageniwille 
Strongman, W.A., LL.D..Moorefield 
Swann, 
latthew (Sup' d) . .. ..Fergus 
Swinnerton, G. F... _ Victoria College 
Taylor, D. H.... ........ .Smithville 
Taylor, J<
. H........... .New Credit 
Teeple, \Vm. 1\'1 .......... Townsend 
Terryberry, Arthur I... Victona Col. 
Thompson, F. W............ Guelph 
Tindall, Wm. ISup'd).... Walkerton 
Tovell, I., D.D. .......... Hamilton 
Trelea\'en, R. J. .,...., _ . Brantford 
Treleaven, W. E..... New Hamburg 
Trimble, T. B............ Teeterville 
Truax, Judson... .. .. .. " Ponsonby 
Tyler, Reuben J. (Sup'd) .M-t. Forest 
Van Wyek,J., B.A. (Pres.)..Hamilton 
Vo.qden, T., B.A. (Sup'tl) ..C,lthl'art 
Volliek, W. N ............S\\"eabor
 
Wakefield, John. . . . . . . . . . . . Duudas 
Walker, Robert(Fin. See. I. Norwich 
W'llker, Wm. .. ., ... .. .Grand River 
Wass, Jabez ............... Preston 
Watson, George (Sup'dJ... Walkerton 
Watson, W. C., M.A. ..... Brantfnrd 
Webb, James................Tintern 
Webster, Jolin (Sup'd)... .. " .. Tara 
Whit worth, Ell ward .... Tapley town 
Wilkinson, Alfred T _ . _ . . . .. Preston 
Wilkinson, T. L _.... \Vest Flamb..ro 
Williams, David (SI/p'd)... Townsend 
Wllliamson,J.S.,D.D.(Ch.) Mt.Forest 
Wilson, J. V. (Sup'd).... J)"nnville 
Wilson, Robert H.. . . . . . .. Stromness 
Wilson, Samuel (Sup'd)... ., Niagara 
Wood, John (Sup'd) ...... . Norwich 
Woods worth, R. W.(Ch.).. Woodstock 



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Worrell, John W...........Cathcart 
Wright. Jamps l\1..............Tro
. 
Wright, R. W., B.D......... ..Delhi 
Zeigler. J. A.......... .Reserve List 


BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE. 
Rev. T. M. Campbell, Prcsident. 
Rev. W. J. Young, Secretary. 
R. W. Clarke, Esq., Rev. J J. Rae, 

 .Assistant Secretaries. 
Rev. D. Scott Houck, Journal Sec. 
Adam, Alex. L.. .. _ . Foxboro' 
Adams, C. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . .I,'linton 
Adams, R. N. (Fin.Spc). .. Cannifton 
Adams, W. H. . . . .. .... _ . .. Orono 
Allen, H. I......... . Columbus 
Allin, R ...... . . . . . . . .. Bethany 
Anderson, F. J, ,........ .Cambray 
Anderson, J ... ......... Belleville 
Anderson, J. C ..... South Hummer 
Anderson, R. S. ....... Re
erve List 
Anderson. T. H. P. . . . Point Traver:se 
Badgley, E.I., "JI.A., LL.D., 
Profesl!ur......... Victoria College 
Balfour. D.......... ..... Marmora 
Bamforth, R.. ........ ... . Hallowell 
Barnes, J., B.A.......... . Kinmount 
Bartlett, S. T. (Fin. Sec.). ..Cobourg 
Bates, M. J. (Evangelist) .. . Cobourg 
Batstone, J................ .Coe Hill 
Bayley, H. E., B.A... .. .. Napanee 
Beer, W. C........... ...Peterboro' 
Bell, J. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wellington 
Berry, J. P.............. .At College 
Bird, W. (Sup'd) ....... Belle\ ille 
Bodle, G. (Sup' y). . . . . . . . . . Belle\'ille 
Boyce, W. S. P..... . . . .. At College 
Brown, A. L........ .. . Bancroft 
Browne, G. (Sup'd). ..... . Claremont 
Brown, G. . . . .. ....... ..... 
Iatioc 
Brown, T. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Queenshoro' 
Buckler, W. H...... ..Demorestville 
Burwash, N., S.T.D., LL.D.. 
Chancellor. .... Victoria College 
Butler, J. R. (Fin. Sec.)..... . Roblin 
Bunner, W. A............... Myrtle 
Bunner, J. W........... . Haliburton 
Cade, R .. .......... .... Belleville 
Campbell A. (Sup'd).. .... . Belleville 
Campbell, A. R. (Sltp'd). . . . Hasting
 
Camp bell, T. 
f.( Pres.). . Cam pbellford 
Carman, A., D.D.(G.Sup.). . Belleville 
Chapman, Fletcher. . . . . Reserve List 
Clar p , G. R.......... .,. Bridgenorth 
Clarke, J. S. (Sup'd).. ....... Whitby 
Clarke, W. G., B.A..........Yarker 
Clarke, W. H. ... .... . Fort Stewart 
Clarkson,J. B., M.A. (S'd)..Port Hope 
Connell, J. A.., ...... Victoria Road 
Cooke, E. . . . . .' ........ At College 
Cook, W. H. . . . . . .. ..... Coboeonk 
Coombe, W .. _ . . . . . . . . . . . .. Wilton 
Coone. A. W....... ....Gooderham 
Coon. C. H.... .......... .Janetville 
Coone, James W. J..... Wilberforce 
Copeland, G. H. . . . . . . . .. Deseronto 
Courtice, R. T ... .. _. _.. . Seymour 
Cragg, C. E....._. ... .. . Oakwood 
Cralorg-, H. (Sup'd) _... .. _ Peterboro' 
Cragg, W. J.. .......... At College 
Crossley, D. O. ........... Napanee 
Crothers, W.J., M.A.,DD.(Chal1'.) 
Port Hope 
Croutel', D. (Sttp'y)......... . Hilton 
Cruikshanks, S. . . .. ....... Rawdon 
Curts, H. E.. . . . . . . . . " Tyrone 
Day, D. C..... .. .. . Cavin South 
Delve, A. R. . .... ., .. . Little Britain 
Demi11, A.B. (S'y)(Pres.Col. )..Oshawa 
Denike, R. B. (Sltp'Y). .Campbellford 
Depew, S. F. (Sup'd)..... . Frankford 
Dingman, G. J. (Sup'd)... . Belleville 
Dixon, S. F, . . . .. ....... .Cannifton 
Dove, E. A. W...... ." At College 
Down, J. (Sup'd). . . . . . . Bobcaygeon 


Down. ".... . ..... . .
ewton\"Ílle I 
lcColl. G. W., B.A., B.D. (Fin. 
Doxsee, A. (S//1)'d) ....... . Belle\"Ílle Sec.)................... .Oshawa 
Doxsee, E.R., B.A.(Proj.)..P,elle
ille 
IcC?nne
I, G ..... .:.. .At College 
Drew, N. D. ............Cartwrlght 
IcDJafJmd. N. A. (Ch11)....Napanee 
Duke, R. (Fin. Sec.).... Thomasburg 
1('Dowell,D.C.(SlIp'd)..Bowll1al1\'ille 
Dunkley, G. (Snp'd) . .. .. ... . Picton l\[CDonald. T. H... .... Greenwood 
Duprau, S. A... ... . . '.. Rednersville l\IcFarlane, J.. ...' .... Warkworth 
D,\'er, \V.F., D.D. (Prin.)..13elle\"ille l\leJntyre, C. E........... Belleville 
Edmison, T.J., B.A.. B.D. . Lakefield l\lcIiee, T. R.... ...South Monaghan 
Edward:s, R. L.... West Huntingdon l\lc:\Iullen. J. S.. ...... Atherley 
Elliott. W................. Seag-ra\ e l\lcQuade. H.. . .. ..... Havelock 
Emberson. R....., . . . . . . . At College X e\ ille, P. II. . . . . ., . . . . . . At College 
English. ,J. (Snp'd)..... . ..Cobourg Nickle, G.. ........ ........ .hanhoe 
Farn-;worth, E ..... .... ." Flevna Parker, C. (Chairman). BowmaIlville 
Faull, J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannonville Peake, J. R.. . . .\linden 
Fer/{uson, S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Centreton Peake, W. H. . . . . . . . . . . ... . . N orham 
Findlay, R. E. . Roblin and .l\larlbank Phelps, L................ . Millbrook 
Foster. A. II..... . . . . . . . . Norland Philp, S. C. (Sup'd). __ . Prince Albert 
Fulford. W. H. . . . . . . At College Philp, S. C., jr. . . . . Canton 
Fusee, C. H.. . ..Roseneath Pope, R. l\1... ..... ........ l\Iorven 
Garhutt. J. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Bethel Fotts, G. H ................. Harvey 
Garhutt, H. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . Lonsdale Price, Wilber T.. . . ..' . . Reserve List 
fiardiner,J. ,D.C.L.(Sttp'd).. Belleyille Puffer, T. W..... ....... . Maynooth 
Greatrix, B. (Chair.)... . Canning-ton Hae. J. J. (Fin. Sec.).... .Peterboro' 
Green, A. T. (Sup'd).... . Port Hope Real. J. R .... .......... Woodyille 
Green, S. J.. ... _ ...... At College Re.rnar, A.H., 
1.A.. LL.D. Prof. 
Greener, J. (Sltp'd) ...".... .Lindsa
' Victoria College 
Hare. J.J., 
1.A. Ph.D. (Pres.) Rice, J. J..... .......... .Centreville 
Ontario Ladies' College. .. Whithy Hoberts, E. (ChaÏ1.man).... Belleville 
Harris, J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Bloomfield Hobeson, J. E.......... .... Salem 
Harris, N................ Beaverton Robinson. G ...... .. . . . . . . . . Warsa\'r 
Harri
on, D. G... .... ... . Bethany Rogers, W. P...... ." .. .At College 
Harrison. W. D. . . . . . . . . . . Consecon Horke. S. G.. . . . ... . . . . . . Enniskillen 
Hassard R. (SlIp'd).. . , .. Wilfrid Hoss, G. E...... _. . . . . ., Dalr}mple 
Hig-gs, W............ ,.Frankford Rowe,H.B......... .....Eldorado 
Hill, N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omemee Sanders, W. J. . . . . . . ... . . . . . Bayside 
Houck, D. S................ . Picton Sanderson, K A........... . Blairton 
Horton, G.. ...... .... .... .. Trenton Sanderson, R. (Sup'd).. ...... Wilton 
Howard. E. E............ . Hampton Sanderson, W. (Sup'd). . Rednersville 
Howard, F. H......... . Rescn-e List Scales. W. (Slip' d). ..... O
ha\\a 
Huffman, A. H. C......... Plainville Seccombe, W. B....... ..... Odessa 
Hudgins, W. G. (SlIp'd).. . . Belledlle Sexsrnith, l\I. E... . . . .. Bridgewater 
Hall, T. R. (Sltp'y)..."... Port Hope Se>..smith, W. V.......... .Pontypool 
Irwin. A. M............... Welcome Seymour, J. C. (Sup'd)...... . Paisley 
Jewell. J. A., B.A. (F.S.). .Hastings Shepherd, C. H... _......... .Ompah 
Johnston. W. (Chair.)..... . Trenton Shier, J. W.... __ _...... Bobcaygeon 
Johnston, R. (Sup'd)....... Bethany Rhorey, E. S. . . . . . Adolphustown 
Johnston, F.......... .... Welcome Shorey, S. J_ (Chairman).. ..Lindsay 
J olli Ife , T. W.............. Colborne Sing, S. . . . .. . . . . . . ... . . . . Northport 
Jolliffe. W. (Su]/'d)....Bo\\"manville Smith, W. E., .M.D....ChinaMiss.y. 
Jolliffe, W. J., B. C. L. (Ch.). .. Picton Snowden. T... __ . .. .. '" ...... Bay 
Kenney, G. H. '. .... _ . Arden Spence, H. S., B.A..... ..... . Apsley 
Kines. J ................. .Cobour
 Hteel, T. P..... .,. . Fenelon Falls 
Kenner, W (Sup'd).. . Prince Albert Stillman, R. F..... ...... .At College 
Kenny, H.B........ _..... ..Grafton Stratton. C.M........ _.. .At College 
l\ilgour, J.. .... .. .. ... .. . . . . Cavan Stratton, F. B. (F.S.). . Little Britain 
Knight, C. E.. . . . . .. . . . . . . Hallowell Strike, A. J. H.. .. . . . Carrying Place 
Latiu,S. W. (Sup'd)....Coral,Mich. Taylor,R....... . ......Newcastle 
Lambly, O. R., .hE.A., D.D..Brooklin Terrill, A. J., B.A.... ...Bridgenorth 
Laughlin, W. A. _......... Stanhope Thom, J.. B.A............. Welcome 
LeJ.,....,..:-ott, T. \Y. (Fin.Sec.)..Claremont Thomas, H......... ..... .Castleton 
Leigh, M. W., B.A.. .. " Yennachar Thompson, C. L. ........ Stirling 
Leitch. R. H...... _..... Greenbank Tink. S. J.......... . North Marmora 
Lewis, H. T.. B.A......... . . . Orono Tomblin, W.............. .Alderville 
Lewis,J.G_,B.A.(Chair.)..Tamworth Tonkin, E. A .............. Milford 
Liddy, J.............. _...... Keene Totten, J. W. (Pill. Sec.)... . Lindsay 
Limhert, W..... ............ .Selb} Tucker, S. T......... At College 
Madden, D. B.(Sup'd).. Prince Albert Tucker, W. R, B.A. .. ., .. . Manilla 
Mallet, A. W.. ..... Without Station Tucker, W. B., Ph.D.... .... Bath 
Mallett, J. H.. .. . . . . .. .. . . . . Scugog Tucker, W. (Sup'd). . ... , , .. Manilla 
hIarsh, R. W. (Sup'd)..... . Belleville Wag
, W. W.. .. ....... Vennachal' 
Alarvin, G.W., M.A., B.D.. Ph.D., Watch, C. W. (Fin. Sec.).. . Brighton 
South Darling-ton Weatherill, W. J ..... Prince Albert 
Manning, T. A., B.A. (Ch.). . Whitby White. F. W., B.A......... .St. Ola 
Ma} bee, A. C. (Sup.d).... . Belleville Whitlock, J. (Sup.d)........ .Scu
og 

Iearing-, C....... ......... Cressey Wh
 te, J. hi.. B.A.. . .Newbur
h 
Mears, J. F.. .. ...... ., .. . Plainville Wickett, W. T.. .. _. hlountain GrO\.e 
Metherell, M......,...... . Dunsford Wight, L. S,............ .At Collei e 

Ieyers, T. (Sup'd) .. . . . , . . Belle\ ille Wilkinson, J. W.. . . .. . . . . Frankford 
Miller, A. D. (Sup'd). ....... Picton Williams, D _ . . . . . . . . . Plainfield 
Moore, S. C. .......... Bobcaygeon Willmott, J. C., 
[.A........ . Sidney 
Moran,J.X.... ..Ame1iasburg Wilson,A. C.......... .....Tyrone 
Mounteer, H. V... . Smithfield Wilson, J. C. (Chairman).... Tweed 
:\lcCamus, D. N........ . Port Perry Wilson, J. P., B.A.... .Oshawa 
McCamus, J. A.... _...... Norwood Wilson, J. S. I., B.A. ........ Wilfrid 
McCauley, S. . . . .. ....... Oakwood Wilson, D. (Sup'd)... . . . . . . . 
apane4t 
McCulloch, R.(Fin.Sec.)..Newburgh Wilson, M. E., Ph.B..... Baltimore 



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CLERGY -
l.ËTHODIST. 


149 


Wilson, W. D. P........_.....Hilton 
Woodcock, E. (Sup'd)...... Belleville 
Woodg-er, W. F............ ..Wooler 
Workman, G. C., Ph.D.... . Cobourg- 
Wright, A. (Sup'd)... .... . Hastings 
Young,W.J.(Sec.Con.) Cherry Valley 
Young, W.R.,B.A.(Ch'n).. Peterboro' 


Halstead, W. (S'd).. Portage la Prairie 
Hames, A. R, Ph. B. (Chair). . Birtle 
Hardman W............. At College 
Harrison,' J. )1. (Ch.). . Cypress River 
Harrison, J. T........... . Blythfield 
Hastings, H. S......... .... .. .Alta 
Hartley, J. C....., .... . Carnduff 
Haw, J. A...............AtCollege 
}IA
ITOBA A
D NORTH-WEST Helliwell, T. L. (Sup'y)... St. Charles 
CONFERE
CE. IIelhar, J. ............ .Newdale 
Henèlerson, A. . . . . .. ..... Winnipeg 
Rev. J. Woodsworth, Brandon, )Ian., Hetherington. A. E., B.A..At College 
Sitperilident of :ft[is,;ions. Hodgins, E. J............... .Kenlis 
Rp

i(
,;,tean, Portage la Prairie, Holling, T. E........ ..... Wolseley 
Hopper, E. J., B.A.. . Lake Dauphin 
Rev. T. C. Buchanan, Secretary. Hoskin, J...... .......... . Grenfell 
Rev. W. B. Goarrl and M. E. Bough- Ho\\arth, J. R..... ... . Rapid City 
ton, Esq., A,;s1stant Secretal ies. Hughes, W. R.. . . . .. .. .. .. Beulah 
Rev. J. H. J. Joselrn, Journal Sec'y. Hull, Hiram. ......... _ .At College 
Abbott, W. \Y., B.A..... .At College Huntsman, F. G........ .At College 
Adamson, \V. 'V.. .....MapleCreek Ireland, H. A.... ..... ... Russell 
Aldridge, A. R., B.A. (F.S.)..Fleming Irvine, S. O. ... ...... . Meadow Lea 
Allen, Lewis........... Valley River .Johnston, J. W......... .SpringfieH 
Allison, B. W........,..... Kemnay Johnstone, T. J. . . . . . . . . . . . Franklin 
Anderson, A. H. (Sup'd)... Killarney Joselin, J. H. J. (Fin. Sec.) .. Baldur 
Andrews, Alfred.. . . . , . . Rat Portage Kenner, A. W......... , . . . Harher 
Apetakun, F.. .... Without Station Kenner, H. . . . _ .......... Thornhill 
.-\rgue, Thomas (Chair.). ..Moosomin Kinley, W. (Sup'd)..... ..Boissevain 
Armstrong, \V. L., B.A.... Treherne Kinley, H. J............ .At College 
Attwood, W. J.. ........... .College Kitching, G. R....... . Red Deer Hill 
August, F. A. (Fin. Sec.).... .Souris Laidley, R. B. (Sup'd)... ..Kamloops 
Barker, E. 8., B.A. . Without Station Lawford, C. H........... At College 
Barner, A........... . Red Deer Hill Lawson, T....... ........ . Griswold 
Bell, J. W., B.D....... . .... .\Ianitou La)cock, J......... ......... Morrlen 
Bennee, G. H...... .....AtCollege Lewis, H.. ................Holland 
Bennett, M. .\1., R.A.... .At College Lewis, John.... .. _. . Brandon Hills 
Bethell, T. G., B.D .......Prospect Le\\is,W.A.,B.A.. ....\IcGregor 
Benyon, T. B., B.A... _..... Wapella Linton, J.. ........ .... . Saskatoon 
Blackie, W.R............AtColleg-e Locke, F. W..............Red Deer 
Blewett,G. J............AtCollege Log-an, H......... ......... Ninga 
Blewett, W. G. . . . White Whale Lake Long, G. H. (Fin. Sec.)... Minnedosa 
Bowering, J., B A......... .College LousIey, A.............. .At Colle
e 
Bridgman, W. (Chair.)... . Deloraine Maclean, J., .}f.A., Ph.D. (Chmr, 
Brown, S. R., B.A. (F.S.).. Ft. Rouge mat&).................... Neepawa 
Bruce, J. W.. .......... .At College llichener, E .,. _ B.qnff 
Buchanan, T. C. (Fin. Sec.).. Regina :\liller, H. J.. .......... " .. York ton 
Bunt, \Y. C..........,.. . Qu'Appelle )Iilliken, R., S.T.L... . Prince Albert 
Burrow, J. H., B.A. . . Indian Head )Iordon,T.E.,B.A.(Sup'y).. Winnipeg- 
Campbell, G. E. ... _. ... .At College .\lorgan, J. H.... ....... .. Winnipeg 
Carter, E. T... ..... .Gilbert Plains .\lurchison, J............ .At College 
Cheg-win, E. J., B.A. (F.S.)..Laf'ombe )IcConnell, H.............. Hosed..le 
Chegwin, W. B....Edmonton South :\lcClung, J. A.. .........Stonewall 
Clarkson, S. .J.. .... .... .... Austin :\IcCrossan, T. J., B.A., B. D., 
Colpitts, W. W. (Sup'd).. Rat Portal:"e sup'." in British Columbia 
Colwill, S. E............. .Stockton :\1f'Culla
h, G. F.. .... ... 
Ieth\en 
Cooke, \Y. A., B.A.. ., .. .. Winnipeg 
lc\louga\l, J. (Chairman)._.. Morley nRITISH COLU)IRTA CONFER, 
Crookshanks, J. J. (F.S.). .Oak River )fpGhee, R. J...... ..... At College ENCE. 
Cross, C. H., B.A. . . . Wellwood :\Ic-Hatfie, \\. P... .. . . . . . . . Emerson 
Crux, W. S. A., B..'!..... ... . Oxbow :\IcKittrick, A. G....... . Saddle Lake Rev. Charles Ladner, Preflident. 
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