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THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC 



AND 



Miscellaneous Directory 



FOR THE YEAR 



1900 



BEING THE FOURTH YEAR AFTER LEAP YEAR 



Containing full and authentic Commercial, Statistical, Astronomical, 
Departmental, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Financial, and 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



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INDEX. 



Admiralty Diviiion 2M) 

Airrioulturn.hoiii. Iipparliiicntof 1*^5 

AKriiniltiirf livpt. of Oiil l/M) 

AKriciiUurt! Dvpt. of (jiiubou . . irifi 

AliimColU'ifc 3»» 

Allivrt rolleKf. Ilelli'xillp Ml 

Alphu M.\c<il(>:.'ii'ul Soi'juty. ... M'l.'i 

Aliiiiiiii Ahhii. Victoria Cnivoraity :<r>'t 

Ancient Order I'nitiMl Wurknifii Mt" 

Arinirentarii'M Ki 

Ap|H<ul, ( 'ixirl of 'iwi 

Area r)l ('ittiuilu 47 

Army. Tlif Uritlhh 271» 

AMiinipiion ( lollfKe, Samlwich , . 'M'A 

AMtroiiiiiiiicul Si I'h.vHical Soc'y... !>.'>.'< 

Ailtroiioniii'ul Cali^iilulioiui \,i 

AayluniH for iliv InMane IMi 

Att«rii<'y(;einTal, (ititurii) I4I» 

Attonii'.V'Cifnfral, t^iii'tici! liVi 

Auililor-lUMU'ral'M ( MHoe 1'ii'i 

DuiiltN ami llratiohcM . . N't 

liaiikM, ^'or^iLrll Ak;eiilii of nh 

llunk StatlHlii'H IN) 

liapiixl MiiiiittvrM ti'li 

Ituroiiiftcr, .\verat(e llel^'hl nf.. 4^ 

MarriHltTH anil Soliciior!*, Ont. . :ill 

IliMhop Itt^thiine Collfifc .{44 

Biiihop'M t.'ol. Meilical Kutnilty . . :i47 

BUhop'H ( 'olli-Kc School :i.'l> 

BIhIioJ) Ht radian .School :U4 

Bnanl of County .liidueii 'JIM 

Hoard of ilcaliii. Onl.irio \M> 

Boanl of Health, yuchec 15ft 

Book HoHt 1(11 

Botanical (!liil) of Canaila 3ri4 

Brantford UulieH' Collctre :Ufi 

Mriiish Anicrican himlncsM Coll. .'Mti 

ItritiHh (iovcrmiH'iit 277 

Hriti.xh Ariiiv, The •J7'.» 

HhtiMh Navy, The 28.1 

BritiHli I'oluniltia, I'rovincc of . . IM 

British Knipiri', ropiilation of. . . 47 

British Meth. Kpiwo^Mkl Church 'ir>H 

BiMter and Choose Asitooiations. 3&ii 

Cabinet, Dominion 114 

<ladem, Koyiil Military College. . 148 

Caledonian .Society, Toronto, . . . 3fi7 

Calendar 1(1 

Calendar, IIMW-UIDI 11 

Calendar, Kxplaimtion of Articles 13 

CaloiKlar, I'crpotual !tl 

Canadian Orfler of Foresters. . . . 3.'i7 

Canada BuHineiM College 340 

Canada, Ilixtory of 58 

Canofia, I'hysii-al Features of . . . 31 

Canadian CMiih. Hamilton 3.53 

<!anadian Cliih, Toronto 363 

Canatlian Knitialmors' Assn 355 

Canadian Institute 362 

Canadian .Military Institute ... 363 

Can. Order of Chosen Friends . . 357 

Canadian Press A.s8(K'iation .... 35:< 

Canadian Wheelmen's Assoc'n . . 3.55 

(Catholic Commercial .Vcademy. . 342 

OensHS of Canada 4K 

Central Business Coll., Stratford 34(1 

Central Business Coll., Toronto.. 31(t 

China Inland Mission 273 

Christian Church of Ontario 2.58 

Chronolotrical Cycles 13 

Church of Kntflaiul in Canada . 2;«( 

ChrchSoh'l forOirl8,Win(ls'r,NS 345 

Churches, Statistics of 242 

Circuits of the Courts 2fl() 

Cities, Towns and Villasres 303 

Civil Service Kxaniiners 125 

Clenty of Canada 23(i 

Clerks of the Co\irts, t^uebec . . 3(tl> 

Coina>;e in Canada 81» 

CoUetitors of Customs 121 

Collegiate Institutes, Ontario .. .331 

Commercial Agencies, C^anadian 12(> 

Commercial Trav. Association.. 355 

Com'ers Atfldavita Sup. C'rt..201, 322 

Commons, House of 116 



Congrtigalionul College 1140 

Congregational Denomination.. ;74 

Conservatory if Music, London 34(1 

CoiiHuls, Foreign, in Canada. . . . :UI)) 

(^intingenl for .South Africa. ... 147 

Controverted Flections Court ., 2tHI 

(.'oronors, (Jiiebec 3(»1» 

Council of Pull. I nst ruction, (jiie. 312 

(N)untloH in < tntai io 2l»5 

Counties in t^iiebec ;U».s 

(Jounty Court Clerks, Ontario.. . :il(i 

County Courts 211(1 

('ouiity and .liidicial OlHcers. . . . 21)5 

County .hidgos' ('riminal Court. 2I(| 

('oiinty kegistrars, .Manitoba .. .'i(K) 

County ItegiNtriirN, Ontario .... 310 

(Niunty Registrars, yneliec .... 30"'' 

Courts of (ieiioral Sessions 2'.'0 

(Courts, Ortlcers of, Ontario 2IN) 

Coiirls, Oltlcers of, (Quebec 2l»l 

(,'ourls of Kevisioii 2!>l 

Crown Latitls Agonis, Ontario .. 150 

Crown l.iindx Dep't, Ontario .. . \:,i\ 

Crown Timber .Vgents, Dominion 12:! 

Crown Timber Agents, Ontario. 150 

Crown Tinil)er Agents, Vileliec. 155 

Ciisionis Department 121 

Customs, TarilT of (14 

Dalhoiisiet.'ollego and rniversity 3:ts 

" " Medical Faculty 347 

Debt of Canada '. 52 

DiMtrli^tstV Kegistrars, Muniloha. .300 

Division Co irts 201 

Division Court Clerks, Ontario. . 200 

Division Court Inspector 20(1 

Dominion of Canada 1 14 

Domitiion Artillery .\sso<Mation., .353 

Dominion Kducational Ass'n. . . . 352 

Dominion Lands .Agents 123 

Dominion Kitio Assoi;lation .... 353 

Dominion (kittle llreederh' .As.s'n 354 

Dominion Sheep Kreodors' Ass'n 354 

Dominion Swine Breeders' Ass'n 31i5 

Kclipses 14 

Kclipses, Planetary Conjunctions 21) 
Ecli)wies of Ju|>iter'8 Satellites . . 30 
KdiK^ation Department, Ontario. 1.50 

Kducational 331 

Kducational Institute of N. B. . . 354 

Educational Museum :t31 

Kmploying Printers' Association. 357 

Knglish C!hurch Union, The 352 

Kntomological Society 354 

Epochs 13 

f.vangelical Association 251 

Evangelical Lutheran New York 

Ministerium 258 

Evangelical Lutheran Synod .... 251 

Examiners, Legal 351 

Examiners, Masters and Mates. . 126 

Exchecpier, Court ot 280 

Excl.se Tariff 82 

Ex(>orts, Dominion 51, ,55 

Exports and Imports 48 

Festivals, Fixed and Movable . . 13 

Finance Department 122 

Finances of Canada 40 

Fish, Close .Seasons for 3.5il 

Fisheries, Dept. of 125 

Fisheries Dojiartment of Ontario 150 

Foreign Consuls in Canada 3(j0 

Foreign Money Orders 165 

Forms of Government through- 
out the world 02 

Free Christian Baptists of N.B. . 260 

Freemasons, Grand Lodge of 323 

Free Meth. Church in Canada . . 273 

French Treaty 05 

Game Laws, Ontario 3.50 

Gazetteer Post Olflce, Dominion. 160 
Geographic Board of Canada. . . . 353 

Geological Survey Dept 123 

Geological Society of America.. 364 
Gold in Canada 56, 57 



Gold and Silver, Produotion of . . 87 

Governor-General 12, 127 

Grand Council Royal Arcanum . 357 

Giielnh HilsinesN College 34fl 

tJuild of Sculpture, Ontario 364 

Halifax Liulles' ( 'ollege 846 

Halifax .Medical College ,<i47 

Hamilton KiislnesH College 346 

Harbour (.'onnnissionen 125 

Head Masters Co. High Schools. 332 

Heir and Devisee Court 2tto 

Hellimith Ladles' College 345 

High Commissioner for Canada. 114 

High Constables, (Quebec .'{00 

High Court of .luKtice, Ont 280 

High .School Inspectors .'(32 

Higher Educational Institutions 

of ( 'ana<la 340 

HlHtorv of Canada 68 

Historical K\ enls 275 

Historical Diary for I.SO.i-lSOO .. 361 

House f)f Assembly. .N. H 15(1 

House of AsMombly, Manitoba .. 157 

House of As.sembly, Ontario .... 15| 

House of Commons ll(j 

Humane .Soi'lety, Toronto 354 

Inunigration Agents 123 

Imports, Canada 50, 53 

Independent Order of Foresters 357 

In<lei)endent Order Oddfellows. . 357 

Indian Affairs, Department ot . . 124 

Indian Agents 124 

Inland Revenue Department .. 122 

Inspectors of Fisheries 126 

Insjiectors Inland Revenue .... 122 

Inspectors, Post Office 12;{ 

Inspectors, School 331 

Interior, Department of 123 

Intestates Estates, Law of 204 

Jewish Calendar 16 

Junior Judges, Ontario 297 

Justice, Department of 121 

Jupiter's Satellites, Eclipses of.. 30 

Knights of St. John and MalU. . 357 

Knox College 340 

Lake St. John Territory 236 

liand Agents, Dominioii 123 

Land Registration Dist'sN.W.T. 207 

Land Surveyors, Manitoba 352 

Land Surveyors, Ontario 3.52 

l-and Surveyors, (Quebec 156 

Lands and Fisheries Dep't., Que. 166 

l.iaval Normal School, (juebeo . . 337 

Laval University, Quebec 337 

Law School 361 

Law Society of Ontario 351 

Legal and Judiciary, Ontario 289 

Quelieo .... 291 

N. Brunswick 201 

Manitoba .... 292 

Nova Scotia.. 202 

N.W.T 293 

P. E. Island.. 202 

B. Columbia. 293 

Legislative Assembly, B.C 168 

Legislative Assembly, Ontario . . 151 

Legislative Assembly, N.S 150 

Legislative Assembly, Quebec . . 154 

Legislative Assembly, N.W.T. . 160 

Legislative Assembly, P.E.I 160 

Legislative Council, N.S 150 

Legislative Council, Quebec 153 

Legislature of Manitoba 167 

Letter Rates 161 

Life Insurance 368 

Lundy's Lane Historical Society 366 

McGill Normal School 342 

McOill University, Montreal .•134 

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St. Mii-huel'sColleifu 343 

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Sup. Court of Judicature, Out . 280 
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Temperature, AveruKe 46 

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Time at Vurlous Places 14 

Tide Tikbles, Halifax, (Quebec, 

St. .lohli 3.'i 

Titled Caniulians 113 

Toronto Ribic Training School.. 341 

Toronto Church .S<hool 343 

Toronto (Nilk-ue of Music 340 

Toronto Collegiate Institutes... 343 
Toronto Conservatory of Musio. 34»i 
Toronto Conservatory School of 

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Trade and Commerce, Uept. of. . 

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Transvaal Campui^n, Cuniulian 

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University of Bishop's (.'ol'epe.. 
University Colle^fe Cor)K>ration 
University of Mt. Allison College 

University of Manitoba 

University of New Brunswick.. 

University of Ottawa 

University of Toronto 

Upper Canada Bible Society . . . 
Upper Canada Tratl Society — 

Upper ( 'anada College 

Upper Transit Pole Star 

Value of Forei(?n Coins 

Venus and .Mars, Disc of 

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Wells' t;oiniiie«-ial College 

Wentworth Historical Society. . . 

Wesley ColleKC, Winnipe^' 

Wesleyaii Ladies' College 

Wesleyan Theological College . . 

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Western Univ. and Coll., London 339 

Woodstock College 336 

Woman's Christian Temperance 
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Wydiffe College 340 

York Pioneers 365 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
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II is a n-eiiemlly awi'i>t(r(l idea t hat every tnurl h vear has an 
extra (lav adde't to the month of Kehruary. tlum givitit; tliat 
incntli twenty-nine dayH.andthc year .'«Mi — Imf there are ex- 
ceiilloim, and IIKH) in one of them. It is explained thus : — The 
solar year is alKxit 11 niin. I(» see. le.ss than ittiSJ ilaj a : hence 
intercalation uf one day in four years wa? too much. In course 
of centuries the error amounte<I to several days. To remedy 



this, Pope tiremrory XIII, in IfiS'i, omitted 11 days, ami pro- 
vided that the year ending each century should have ;«i& 
iiistetut of ;«ili days, save when the nifmbvr of the century i» 
divisible by 4 ; sothat 1700, 180(1, and liKiOarc not leap years, 
but the year 2()(KI is. This was called the (ire^orian calendar ; 
but it was not adopted in Great Britain till 1752, when U days' 
were struck out of the month of September. 




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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. 

MA<DK EXPRESSLY FOR THIS PUBLICATION AT THE MAGNETIC OBSERVATOKT IN TORONTO 

FOR THE YEAR lUOO. 



Ji 



Ohronologieal CyolM. 



Oolden Number. 

Bpaot 

SoUr Cycle 



I 

29 
6 



Dominical Letter u 

Kotnan Indiction 13 

Julian Period 6013 



Epoohi. 



The year 5001 of the Jewish Era liegins Sept. 24. . . 1900 
The year 1818 of the Mahoininedan Era beginii on 
May 1 1900 



The 64th of Queen Victoria's Reign begins June 20, 1900 
Tlie 34th of the Dominion of Canada begins July 1, 1900 
The 12rith of the ludep. of tlie U. S. begins July 4, 190O 



Fixed and Movable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



New Year's Day Jan- 1 

Epiphany Jan. 6 

Septuagesinia S\in()ay Feb. 11 

QuinquaKesima Sunday Feb. 26 

Ash Wednesday Feb. 28 

St. David March I 

Quadragesima Sunday, Ist Sunday in I^ent.. . March 4 

St. Patriclt '. March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Qoitd Friday April 13 

Easter Sunday April 15 

St George April 23 



Holy Tlmrsday May -^4 

Birth of Queen Victoria May 24 

Whitsunday June 3 

Trinity Sunday June 10 

Midsummer Day June 24 

Dominion Day , July 1 

Labour Day Sept. 3 

MichaelMias Day Sept. SO 

Birth of Prince of Wales (1841) Nov. 9 

St. Andrew Nov. 36 

First Sunday in Advent Dec. 2 

Christinas Day Dec. 86 



Explanation of the Articles in the Calendar. 

standard limes* are given in all columns headed Toronto, Quebec and Winnipeg. For Latitude and Longitude 
of Observatory, see page 16. 

The times* of the Sun's Rising and SBTTiNOt are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for 
Toronto, Quebec and Winnipeg. 

The standard times* both for the rising and setting of the Moon's centre are given tor every day for Toronto,. 
Quebec and Winnipeg. 

The column, Son on Meridian, gives the time that a watch keeping local mean time should show when the- 
sliadow of a sun dial is on the noon mark. 

Moon's Aob.— This column shows to the neare.st tenth of a day the Moon's age at Toronto mean noon. 

The column, Uppbr Transit ok Polb Star, shows for every day tlie mean time* at which the Pole Star makes 
Its upper transit across the meridian of longitude 4h. 46in. W. It passes the meridian twice on October 12. 

The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occurs may be found by adding llh. 68m. 2r. to the time of 
the preceding upper transit. 

The seven last columns are calculated for Lat. 45*, Long. 4h. 46in. W., but will serve with sutficieut accuracy for 
the whole of Canada. 

Orbatrst Elonqation of the Pole Star. — This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Star east or 
west from the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 42°, with the corresponding corrections, which are 
additive, for latitudes up to 65*. (See pages 33 and 34.) 

From the time of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern 
elonfrati<m, by adding or subtracting tlie constants given in tlie annexed Table. These constants are calculated 
for declination 88° 40" 44". The maximum error in the use of this table will not exceed 3 sees, in the hiirher 
latitudes, and proportionately less for the lower latitudes. 



Latitude 42* 43' 

'h m sih m s 

Constant : 5 55 36 5 55 27 

DlfTercnce for 10' i 
of latitude. .. I —1.50 



-1.67 



44° 
h m s 
5 55 17 

—1.67 



46° ■■ 46° 47° I 48° 49* 

h m slh m sIh ni s h m s!h m s 
5 .'.5 7i5 .')4 ,')7|5 64 40,5 .'i4 M 5 64 93 



-1.67 



-1.67| -1.83 



-1.83 



-2.00 



50* I 61* 
h m 8 h m s 
5 .'i4 1115 ,53 58 

! 

—2.171 —2.17 



62° 
h ni H 
6 .^S 45 

—2.38 



53* 
h m s 
5 53 31 

—2.33 



Latitude 



(instant 

Difference for 10' of lati- 
tude 



54° 

h m 8 
5 .53 17 


55° 
h 111 8 
5 53 I 


- 2-67 


-2-67 



>6° 57° 

h III s li ni s 
5 52 4,^1 ,'■) 52 29 



58° 
111 



8 h 



5 62 11 5 



-2-671 —3.00 -3.17i 



5»- 

III N 

61 52 


CO" 
h m 8 
6 51 32 


61° 
h m 8 
6 51 11 


-3.33 


—3.60 


—3.67 



62* 
h m s 
5 50 49 


63° 
h m i- 
5 50 26 


64° 
h m » 
6 49 59 


—4.00 


—4.33 





Moon's Phasr.^. — This Table gives the times (standard 75tli meridian)* when the Moon passes the geocentric 
longitudes of 0°, 90°, 180°, and 270° east of the uuu. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance 
from the earth. 

* In the present Almanac, the hours are numliered from (midnight) to 23. 

t Although these times are calculated for Toronto, Quebec and Winnipeg only, the standard times at other places 
not differing much ft-oiii them in latitude may be obtained with sufficient accuracy for ordinary pun^uses, by 
adding four minutes tor evsry degree west, and subtracting four minutes for every degree east of these places. 



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STAR TABLE — ECLIPSES. 



[1900 



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Star Table. 

From the tlmeg of the upper traiiHit of the Pole Star may he derive<l, with the aid of the following Table, the 
tiineH of culmination, and of the riHin^ and setlinif of the principal fixed stars, as seen from the parallel of 46' 
north latitude. 

To ascertain when any star found in the following Table will !« on the meridian, add the number in the left- 
hand column of fljrures to" the precedintf nieridiun transit of the jiole star ifiven in the calendar. To And the time 
of rising of the star, mibtract the ninnlwr opposite to it in the right-hand (column of figtires from the time of ite 
meridian passage. Vot the net I i nil nt a slar, add the same ninuber 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 46°. 



Namk op Star. 



a AndromediB 

y Pegasi (Algenib) 

a Cossiopeisi 

fi Ceti 

Arielis 

a Arietis 

a Ceti 

a Persei 

a Tauri (Aldeliaran) 

a Aurijjw (Cayiella) 

fi Orionis (Rigel) 

fi Tauri 

1 Orionis 

< Orionis 

a Columbn 

a Orionis 

a Canis Majoris (Sirius). . . 

« Canis Majoris 

a*(jleminorum (Castor) 

a, Canis Minori8(Procyon). 

9^ininorum (Pollux) 

a liydre 

a Leonis (Regulus) 

y' Leonis 



On 

Meridian. 



h. tn. 
22 37 

22 42 

23 8 
23 12 

27 

89 

1 34 
1 64 
3 7 
3 46 
3 46 

3 57 

4 4 



8 
13 
27 
17 
31 

6 



6 11 

6 16 
8 
8 39 
8 50 



Rises 
and Sets. 



h. m. 
8 10 

6 69 

"4*40 

7 26 
7 39 
6 13 

■'7"7 



26 
10 
67 
54 
9 



6 29 

4 50 
3 46 
8 34 
6 21 
8 9 

5 26 

6 60 

7 26 



Namr op Star. 



I On 
Meridian. 



a I'rsiH Majoris 

fi Leonis 

^Corvi 

o Virginis (Spica) 

1) Ursw Majoris 

a Bootis ^Anatirus) 

fi Urste Minoris 

fi Libne 

a Corona) Borealis 

a Serpentis 

fi' Scorpii 

a Scorpii (Antares) 

a Herculis 

fi Droconis 

y Draconis 

a LyrsB (Vega) 

a Aquiln (Altair) 

« Cygni 

a Cephei > 

fi Aquarii 

a Aquarii 

a Piscis Aust. (Fomalhaut). 
a Pegasi 



h. m. 
» 33 

10 20 

11 6 

11 §6 

12 10 

12 46 

13 26 

13 47 

14 6 
14 14 
14 36 
14 68 
16 46 
10 3 

16 29 

17 8 

18 20 

19 12 

19 60 

20 

20 36 

21 26 
21 34 



Riaei 
and Sete. 

h. m. 



7 2 
4 20 
G 16 

'728 



23 
2 

26 

86 
2 

60 



9 31 


6 88 


11 22 



6 84 

6 66 
3 86 

7 



Table showing the illuminated Portiont of the Disce of Venm and Mare. 



1900. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1900. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


January .. .16 


0.H70 


0.999 


July 16 


0.028 


0.948 


February ..1ft 


0.797 


0.006 


August ....14 


0.278 


0.932 


March 17 


0.701 


0.994 


September 13 


0-483 


(».918 


April 16 


0.573 


0.984 


October ... 13 


o.rai 


0.905 


May 16 


0.396 


0.972 


November .17 


0.769 


o.noo 


June 16 


0.133 


0.962 1 


Oecember. .17 


0.842 


0.912 



Eclipses. 

In the year 1000 there will be three eclipses, two of the sun and one of the moon : 
L— A total eclipse of the sun, 1900, May 28th, visible in Canada as a partial eclipse. 

At WiN.N'ii'KH the eclipse begins May 28th, 7h. Im. 86s. a.m. Greatest obscmrution 7h. 58in. 12s. Fclipse 
end.s 8h. 57m. 48., 90th meridian time- position, angle; direcrt image for beginning, N. 230' E., or 
the angle from vertex of sun's limb, 274°. Magnitude of eclipse, 0'616 (sun's diameter = 1.0). 
Toronto, the eclipse begins May 28th, 7h. 61m. 40s. a.m. Greatest obscuration Oh. Om. 37s. Eclipse 
ends lOh. 17ni. Is., 76th meridian time— position, angle; direct ii)iage for lieginning, N. 246" E., or 
from vertex of sun's limb, ?.07°. .Magnitude of eclipse, 0'810 (sun's diameter^ l"0). 
Halifax, the eclipse begins May 28th, Kb. 49m. 68. a.m. Greatest o))scuration lOh. 7m. 288. Rclipse 
ends, llh. 32in. 42s. Halifax local mean time— |>osition, angle; direct image for beginning, N. 254° £., 
or from vertex of sun's limb, 303°. .Magnitude of eclipse, 0-937 (sun's diaineter=1 '0). 
II.— A partial eclipse of the moon, 1900, June 12th ; moon enters shadow 22h. 24m. ; middle of ecli))se 22h. 
28m. : moon leaves shadow ;',2h. 32ni. Eastern standard time. Magnit\ide of eclipse = 001 ; moon's diameter-^lU 
III.— An annular eclijwo of the sun, 1900, November 2l8t, invisible in Canada. 

The path of the total eclipse of the sun on May 28th traverses Mexico, a portion of the northern part of the 
<3ulf of Mexico — diagonally across the Southern States, across the Atlantic Ocean between the 40th and 60th 
parallel of latitude, thence nearly central through Spain, and skirting the southern shore of the Me<iiterranean 
Sea to a point west of the Ked Sea. 



Twelve O'Clocit Noon ToiHinto Standard Time (11-42 Mean Time)— Toronto Standard Time 17m. 34'6s. 
fast of Mean Time, as compared with a Ciocit shewing Mean Time at the following places : 



Athens 

Berlin 

Bombay 

Boston 

Calcutta 

Cape of Good Hope 

■Chicago I 11 10 a 

Constantinople : 6 56 p 

Dublin 4 a.") p 

F,<lint'nrgh | 4 47 p 

<5la.sgow 4 43 J) 

Jerusalem 7 21 p 



MRAN TIMR. 


h. m. 


6 35p 


5 64p 


61 p 


15p 


10 54 p 


6 14p 



: MRAN TIME. 



h. m. 



I Lisbon 4 23 p 

I London, Eng 6 Op 

I Madras ! 10 21 p 

Madrid } 4 45 p 

Melbourne, Aust ; *2 40 a 

j Montreal Op 

I iMoscow j 7 30 p 

||New York 1 4p 

!j Paris ! 5 9p 

I Philadelphia ; 11 59 a 

Pekin, China ! *0 46 a 

Quebec Vl p 

•Of following day. 



Rome 

Rotterdam 

San Francisco 

St. Peterslturg 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

Suez 

Sydney, Aust 

Vienna 

Vancouver 

Victoria, B.C 

Winnipeg 



MRANTIUB. 



h, m. 

5 50p 

18p 
8 60 a 
7 Ip 

1 29 p 

7 lOp 
*3 6 a 

6 ftp 

8 48 a 
8 47 a 

10 32 a 



1. 
11. 

18. 
U5. 
28. 



1. 
4. 

11. 
17. 
18. 
26. 
26. 



[1900 



1900] 



MEMOUANDA 1900-1001 — JEWISH CALENDAR 56G0-61. 



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K Table, the 
irollel of 46' 

r in the left- 
liul the time 
e time of its 
Alfe. Those 
to the north 



MEMORANDA FOR THE YEAR 1M0. 



Rises 
and Seta. 

h. m. 



7 2 

4 20 

5 16 

7 28 



23 
2 

26 

86 
2 

60 



9 31 


6 88 


11 22 



5 34 

6 66 
3 36 

7 



MarR. 



0.948 
0.932 
0.918 
0.905 
0.900 
0.912 



28. Eclipse 
230' E., or 

.0). 

). Eclipse 

246" E., or 

i. Eclijwe 
, N. 254° E., 

ecliiwe 22h. 
meter- I'O. 

part of the 
and 60th 
literranean 



Jm. 34'6s. 
laoes : 



Imkantimi. 

h. m. 

5 50p 

18p 
8 50 a 
7 ip 

1 29p 

7 lOp 
*3 5 a 

G Kp 

8 48 a 
8 47 a 

lio 32 a 



JAM'ART. 

1. Monday. Oircumdsion. 

0. Epiphany. 

KKRKI'ARY. 

1. Thiirndtty. 

11. HttptuoKeNinia Sunday. 

18. SexaKi'sinift Sunday. 

25. Quin<)uaifC!<ima. Shrove Sunday. 

28. Ash Wedriemlay. 



MARCH. 

1. Thursday. St. David. 

4. Quadra^retiimn. Ist Sunday 

Lent. 
11. 2nd Sunday in Lent. 

17. St. Patrick. 

18. 3rd Sunday in Lent. 
26. 4th Sunday in Lent. 

26. Annunciation. Lady Day. 



in 



APRIL. 

1. 6th Sunday in Lent. 



8. 
13. 
l.-i. 
22. 
23. 



Palm Sunday. 
Uood Friday. 
Easter Sunday. 
Iiow Sundav." 
St. Oeortfe.' 

MAT. 



1. TueHday. 
20. Koiration Sunday. 
24. Ascension Day. Holy Thursday. 
24. Uirth of i^uecii Victoria. 

■ll'NR. 

1. Kridav. 

3. Pentecost. Whit Sunday. 

7. Corpus Christi. 
10. Trinity Sumlay. 
20. Ac(;e8sioii of Queen Victoria. 
24. St. .lohn Haptist. Midsummer D. 



1. Sunday. 



JULY. 

Dominion Day. 



AI'UUHT. 

1. Wednesday. 

HRPTKMRRR. 

1. Saturday. 
3. Labour I lav. 
29. St. Michael. Michaelmas Day. 



OCTOBBR. 



1, Monday. 



NOVKMBRR. 

1. Thur8<lay. 

9. Birth of Prince of Wales, 1841. 
30. St. Andrew. 

DRCBMBBR. 

1. Saturday. 

2. 1st Sunday in Advent. 
21. St. Thomas. 

2b. Christinas Day. Tuesday. 



Jewish Calendar (^.U. 1900, /^.M. 6000-61). 

The year S6G0 eomiMneed Sept. C>th, 1899. 



-January 
(I 

February 
March 



April 

It 

it 
II 
II 

May 
II 

June 



1 New Moon 
31 New Moon 

13 Klein Purlin 

2 New Moon 

14 Fast of Esther 
ID "Purini 

1(1 Schuscham Puriiii 
31 New Moon 
14 * Festival of Passover 
Vi * " '• 2nd day 

20 * " " 7th day 

21 ' " " ends 
30 New Moon 

17 Festival 33rd day of Onier 
29 New Moon 

3 *Fe8tival of Week's Pentecost 

4 • " " 2nddav 
28 New Moon 



July 

•I 

August 
It 

September 
II 

II 
October 



Sebet 1 

Adar 1 

Adur 14 

Vedar 1 

" 13 

" 14 

" 15 
Nisan 1 

" 15 " 

" 10 I 

" 21 j 

•• 22 
Yiar 1 

" 18 I " 
Sivan 1 I November 
" 6 Decamber 

7 " 
Tainuz 1 Jan.— 1901 



15 Fast of taking of Temple Tamuz 18 

27 New Moon Ab 1 
5 'Fast for burning of Temple Ab 10 

20 New Moon Elul 1 

24 *Fir8t day of New Year Tlsri 1 

25 "Second Feast for New Year " t 

28 Fast of Ouedaliah " s 
3 'Fast of Reconciliation •' lo 

8 'east of Taliernacles " ]6 

9 ,coiid feast of Huts " 16 

14 Feast of Palms, Hosana Raba " 21 

15 *End of Congregatiim Feast " 22 

16 •Rejoicing of the Law •' 28 
24 New Moon Marohesran 1 
23 New Moon Ohislew 1 

17 Consecration of Temple " 26 
23 New Moon Tebet 1 

1 Fast for siege of Jerusalem " lo 



Thote marked (*) are to be strictly obterved. 
All the Jewish Sabbaths, Festivals and Pasts eommetice on the previotts evening M sunset. 

MENIORA^DA FOR TI|E YEAR 1901. 



JAHUART. 

1. Tuesday. Circumcision. 
6. Epiphany. 

KKBRUARV. 

1. Friday. 

3. Septuasreaima Sunday. 
10. Sexagesinia Sunday. 
17. Quinquiigesima. Shrove Sunday. 
HO. Ash Wednesday. 
■tii. Quadragesima.' Ist Sun. in Lent. 

MARCH. 

1. Friday. St. David. 

3. 2nd Sunday in Lent. 

10. Srd Sunday in Ijeiit. 

17. 4th Sunday in Lent. 

■24. 5th Sunday in Lent. 

25. Annunciation. Lady Day. 

.31. Palm Sunday. 





APRIL. 






JULY. 


1. 


Monday. 




1. 


Monday. Dominion Day. 


5. 


Goofl Friday. 








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Ea.<iter Sunday. 
Low Sunday. 




1. 


Thursday. 


23. 


St. George. 




1. 


8BFTEMBRR. 

Sunday. 




MAY. 




2. 


Labour Day. 


1. 


Wednesday. 




29. 


St. Michael. Michaelmas Day. 


12. 


Kogation Sunday 






OCTOBBR. 


10. 


Ascension Day. Holy Thursday. 


1. 


Tuesday. 


24. 


Birth of Queen Victoria. 




NOVBMBRR. 


•20. 


Pentecost. Whit Sunday. 


1. 


Friday. 


,S(). 


Corpus Christi. 




9. 


Birth of Prince of Wales, 1841. 




.II'NE. 




30. 


St. Andrew. 


1. 


Saturday. 






DBCKMHER. 


2. 


Triuity Sunday. 




1. 


Sunday. Ist Sunday in Advent. 


20. 


Accession of Q\ieen Victoria. 


21. 


St. Thomas. 


24. 


St. John Baptist. 


Midsuniniei- T). 


2.".. 


Chri-ituKis Day. Wednesday. 



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28 



MOONS PHASES — OCCULTATIONS OF STARS. 



[1900 



MOON'S PHASES FOR THE YEAR 1900, EASTERN STANDARD TIME. 



New Moon. 



Janv, 



.Manh. 

April. . 
May . . 
•lune. . 
.lul.v . . 

Aujf .. 
Sept . . 
Oct .. 

Nov . . 
Dec .. 



I). 

I 
;<() 

1 

•IH 
•Jli 

■>;i 



22 
21 



111 



First Quarter. 



Full Moon. 



M.l 

Ti'J .lanv 
2;ti 

Feliv 
2ri Marcl 

•_>;<! April. 
Til) May . 
liT .lune 
4a Jul V , 

I ' 
M Au},' . 
r.T Sept . 
27iOot. . 

IT; Nov!! 
IDec . 



I). II. M.l 

ts (I 411 .Ian V. . 



;i 
•> 

1 



11 

(I 



s 

1 

t'.i 

11 

1(1 
a 

12 
20 



2:i 
.ii 

..i 

;{'.) 

M 
14 

4(1 
,'i() 
11 
17 
■M> 
AS 



Febv 
Marcl 

Ai>ri 
Mii.v 

.lllllC 

July 

All','- 
Sept 
Oct . 

Nov , 
Dec 



1.. 



I). 

ir> 

14 

1(1 

14 
14 
12 
12 

10 
t) 

> 

li 
11 



Last Quarter. 



Apojfee. 



II. M. 

14 SiJaiiy.. 

M r)(ii Feltv . . 

;; 12 .Marcli. 



2 April 
.17 .May 
;!> June 
22 July 

I 

an Auff . 

(i Sept . 
is Oct. . 

(I Nov . 
as Dec. . 



II. II. M.' 

2a 18 MJJaiiy . . 

22 11 44:Feliy.. 

24 (I adi March. 

2-.: ii aa^ April.. 

21 ir. a I .May .. 

I'.i lil ."i7 June.. 

1>» (I ai Julv .. 



17 
li". 
If) 



() 4(1 Aut,' 

1,'i 'u Se|)t 

4 .^.I'Oct 



la 21 a; 
la 17 4: 



Nov 
Dec 



lii 



14 



II. 
12 



20 

20 



11 .'•i 
S 21 



,") 


HI 


a 


1(1 


ai 


4 


27 


17 


2a 


2a 


21 


*> 



Periffee. 



i I 



•Ittiiy.. 



March. 

April.. 
May . . 
.lune. . 
July ., 

Au},' . 
Sejit . . 
Oct. .. 



17 14 Nov .. 
1.^ 8 Dec .. 



1). 


11. 


a 


12 


ai 


HI 


1 


1 


2!) 


IH 


27 


(1 


24 


la 


IS 


21 


l.-i 


1) 


12 


ti 


1) 


la 


S 


I 


.'■. 


11 


a 


1.5 


ao 


11 



OCCULTATIONS OF STARS BY THE MOON, 1900. 

The time Kiveii for the disaiipcaiance and reai>pearance is the eastern standard time of tlie Wasliiiiffton 
occurrence, the hours beinjLr numhcred from (midnight) to 23. 



Date. 


Name. 

• 


1 

'c 

a' 

55 


Immersion 

E. Standard 

Time. 




Emersion 1 

E. Standard ' 

Time. I 


L 

c 
< 


Date. 


Name. 


♦J 

1 


Imine'-sion 

E. Standard 

Time. 


L 

c 
< 


Emersion 

E. Standard 

Time. 


S 
la,- 

B 
< 








II. .M. 


o 


H. M. 


n 








11. M. 


o 


If. M. 


o 


Jan. 8 


104 I'iscium .. 


( 


15 411 


ra 


17 4 


2.10 


Auk. 7 


H. A. C. (l;!36.. 


6 


20 41) 


37 


21 .11 


302 


11 


X' Tauri 


') 


1.-. a4 


811 


1(1 a4 


244 


s 


11. A.C. (1707.. 


(1 


20 18 


42 


21 23 


200 


11 


\-Tauri 


ii 


1.-. ail 


112 


Ki.ao 


221 


11 


11. A.C. 75H2 . 


5 


3 2(1 


08 


4 18 


200 


la 


14 (Jeniiiioruni 


1 


20 4 a 


122 


22 2 


2.10 


11 


c' Cai)ricoriii. . 


5 


3 32 


113 


4 12 


191 


Fel,. r. 


27 .Vriclis 


(1 


22 4:: 


US 


2a 211 


223 


12 


I.alanile 44337. 


<i 


a (10 


81 


4 5 


218 


(i 


!»2 Ariel is 


,"i 


20 a4 


.■>2 


21 a2 


201 


12 


I'i-ciuni .... 


1 


21 40 


8 


22 14 


301 


« 


(i.'i Ari' lis 


(1 


21 24 


,"|0 


22 24 


208 


1 !•' 


1(1 1'isciiun. . . . 





2 30 


75 


3.11 


222 


1 


\' Tiiuri 


Ti 


2a 40 


1)4 


24 44 


272 


i 18 


.13 Tauri 


(1 


1 1 


(1(1 


2 


268 


4 


X= Tauri 


(1 


2a 44 


11.') 


24 4a 


2a 1 


2(1 


e Leonis 


1 


18 2(1 


142 


10 10 


2(12 


12 


.'i ( 'aiicii 


(1 


1 M 


1(1!) 


2 41 


241 


.Se).t.l2 


p' Arietis. . . . 


7 


21 1(1 


(14 


22 


2(10 


la 


h Lennis 


(1 


21 r,» 


8.") 


2a la 


334 


12 


p' Arietis 


(1 


22 5 


2(1 


•22 45 


20(1 


16 


p- Lennis 


r> 


Jl 


lao 


148 


2i)l 


1 13 


10 Arietis 


7 


21 


132 


0.12 


18(1 


17 


H. A.C. 401 Ki. 


(1 


a ,io 


1(12 


4 4;-. 


2(12 


! 13 


54 .Arietis 


(i 


4 8 


75 


5 20 


2.1(1 


Is 


9 Virtrinis .... 


(1 


1 42 


1.V2 


2.'>9 


275 


14 


H. A. C. 1242.. 


(1 


24 


1.13 


37 


IVO 


22 


S .Scoriiii . ... 


:> 


«) .")7 


a7 


7 4a 


335 


15 


V Tauri 


5 


1 311 


55 


2 40 


288 


2a 


22 Ophiuchi... 


( 


r. 2;'. 


44 


(1 10 


327 


Oct. 1 


2i)Sai,'-illani... 


5 


20 40 


17 


21 23 


308 


2r. 


ai Sayittarii . , 


" 


4 47 


142 


.I 2(1 


20!) 


6 


Lalan.le 44337. 


(1 


.12 


121 


1 25 


184 


Mar. 14 


14 Sextant is 


1 


4(i 


1(17 


144 


258 


1 " 


!) I'isciuni . . . 


7 


10 4 


7 


10 41 


20!^ 


14 


ad Sexlantis . . 


- 


10 111 


.11 


11)48 


5 


7 


1(1 I'iscium . . . 


(1 


!» 


70 


1 Itl 


223 


1.-. 


5"i Leonis 


(1 


a 44 


88 


4 42 


323 


! 11 


13 Tauri 


(1 


3 24 


142 


4 2 


•2(Hl 


^r, 


57 Leonis 


( 


4 1(1 


141 


r> 14 


2(10 


12 


<; Tauri 


3 


23 35 


75 


24 41 


2/.T 


24 


Saturn 




1 alt 


100 


2 40 


2(10 


1(1 


20Cancri 


(1 


4 15 


7« 


5 2(1 


324 


April ^> 


1.") (;einin(iruni 


7 


18 2 


I.s2 


18 18 


202 


2(1 


lianiis 




17 34 


1)5 


18 47 


2.16 


1;-^ 


S.'i A'iryinis.. . . 


(') 


4 48 


ISl 


r, ,1 


208 


1 -27 


52 Ophiuchi. . . 


(1 


17 40 


50 


18 47 


2!)() 


2a 


8 .Aiinurii 


1 


I r<h 


ai 


2 40 


207 1 


20 


M. A. C. (1(1.18.. 


7 


20 4 


11 


20 41 


.307 


Slav !t 


H. A.C, 400(1.. 


(1 


2.! 24 


124 


24 41 


21M) 


Nov. (1 


p' .\riciis 


7 


18 25 


24 


10 2 


20!» 


10 


Virn'inis . . . 


(1 


21 27 


140 


22 [,2 


283 


a 


.10 Arietis 


( 


21 8 


8(1 


22 17 


234 


1(1 


24 Ophiuchi... 


li 


22 


82 


1 48 


285 


; 7 


i.4 Arietis 


« 


1 18 


27 


.> r 


308 


IS 


f Sajfittarii.. . 


(1 


a .14 


27 


4.''.1 


3(K) 


7 


11. A.C. 1242.. 


6 


10 .13 


4!) 


20 4.1 


289 


21 


n. A.C. 7.^.02.. 


r> 


4 10 


(18 


r> 38 


233 


8 


\v- Tauri 


(! 


4 14 


IIS 


5 14 


242 


21 


c' Capricnnii. . 


;") 


4 20 


71) 


5 3(1 


222 


11 


1 Ciuicri 


(i 


20 4!) 


12(1 


2130 


249 


2a 


K I'isi'iuni .... 


r> 


2 


43 


2 .14 


2(1!) 


13 


(iOCancri 


(1 


1 32 


181 


1 52 


213 


2a 


11 I'iscinin. . . . 


7 


2 


7(1 


2 .18 


23.1 


13 


ii- Cancri 


4 


2 31 


6(1 


3 20 


337 


.June I 


20 Ciincri 


(1 


20 1(1 


r.(i 


20 40 


;iai 


30 


1(1 I'iwciuni . . . 


(1 


1(1 38 


47 


17 51 


253 


:> 


e Leonis 


r 


10 2 


101 


'.^0 24 


22:1 


.30 


10 I'isciuni . . . 


5 


23 1) 


53 


24 10 


260 


14 


M. A.C. (ia;!(l.. 


(1 


2 .'ill 


41 


4 a 


2s() 


Dec. r, 


13 Tauri 


(1 


1 !) 


122 


2 4 


227 


1-. 


15. A.C. 0707. 


(1 


2 .14 


(la 


4 12 


2,13 


r 


14 Tauri 


(1 


2 2 


141 


2 41 


211 


18 


.'>] Acpiiirii .... 


(1 


4 V2 


r, 


.1 10 


2110 


10 


A' CaiKMi .... 


11 


(1 4 


87 


7 7 


325 


Julv i» 


I'iazzi 17 . ... 


.') 


20 as 


14!) 


21 18 


208 


11 


w Leonis. . . . 


(t 


2 .10 


120 


4 18 


2i)0 


10 


.Saturn 


_ 


22 r.i 


74 


24 ia 


2(17 


12 


55 Leonis 


6 


23 45 


175 


24 12 


228 


la 


8 A(|Marii 


7 


20 48 


all 


21 38 


20. 


18 


10 I,ihra 


(1 


2 38 


78 


3 28 


319 


20 


ac Arietis 


(j 


4 1.'-. 


!)() 


r. 21 


218 


27 


K I'isciuni 


5 


10 12 


74 


20 22 


229 



The disappearance always takes i)lace on the ritfht liand side of the moon, and the reappearance on the left, 
when viewed throuffh an inverting' or astronomical telescope. 



1000] 



ECLIPSES, PLANETAKY CONJUNCTIONS, ETC. 



29 











Eolipses, Plarietary Conjunotions, etc., ir\ the Year 1900 






• 




January. 












May. 


11. 


II. 




, , 


D. 


II. 






a 


' 


I). 


II. 




• f 


23 


12 


e 


6 (I 4 50 N 


I 


16 


6 


6 ( 


i '•'> 


8 H 


2 


12 


9 


i 1 9 1 -'^ N 


25 


10 


n 


n ri) 


2 


2 


ill I'c'iihelioii 






iJ 


23 


9 


6 S 2 10 S 


27 


5 


9 


in Perihelion. 


2 
3 


11 


9 


(Jr. Ik'l. iMi. 

6 (( 


s. 
9 " 


s 


1^ 


Id 
14 


» 

n 


Or. II<1. I,al. S. 

d '! U \ 13 N 






September. 


7 


20 


« 


<« h 


5 


51 S 


17 


14 


u 


6 1 1' 1 4 S 


n. 
1 


II. 


^ 




i> 


2 


9 


ill W 






2(1 


9 


6 


d (( d a -ll S 


6 


I ' (') 


1(1 
1» 




1 

i 


6 

9 


<5 '- 

ill A))lielioii. 






2(i 
27 


15 
14 




in a 

5 © 


1 
2 


15 
11 




i ( H 51 N 
Stationary. 


'20 


8 


h 

9 
6 


6 <{ 
6 i 


X 2 


3N 


28 


(1 


9 


6 i 20 s 


3 


15 


]i 


■< ( l-i 1 5 S 


28 


3 


1^ 


2 S 


28 




i''»'i 


Kclipsufl, visllile. 


6 
13 


12 


9 


Great. Hel. Lat.N. 


SO 


8 


6 1 
6 ( 


?■ f> 


44 S 


30 


•1 


9 


Slip. ^ (') 


12 


9 


Slip. 6 -^ 


30 


17 


6 ■' 


s 


31 





9 


in I'frihclion. 


17 


13 


9 


at Great, elonj^. 46 1 VV 












31 


17 


9 


6 1 9 5 N 


IS 


7 


6 


6 1 d 4 52 .N 






















l!l 


12 


9 


d i 9 2 50 N 








February. 












June. 


22 





n 


n 


n. 


II. 






' 




1). 


II. 




• f 


22 


14 


+ 


Li 


















23 


7 


'•) 


enters =!i= Autumn com. 


2 


i) 


9 


6 >l 


9 •' 


.•■12 S 


1 


1 


9 


at f,ni'at. hrilliaiicy. 


24 


15 


9 


d ( 9 4 50 N 


a 





« 


i 6 


« 1 


2 S 


1 





u ■ • 


20 


4 


V 


d ( ]/ 13 N 
in ?y 

6 1 h \ 28 S 


8 


17 


e 


(!r. Hel. l-iil. 


s. 




7 


10 


9 


6 * 9 2 54 N 


20 


23 


9 


a 


10 


"i 


tinp. '•' 






10 


12 


9 


Great. Hel. Lat. N. 


30 


23 


u 


22 


4 


(J 


Oreiit. llil. 1 


. s. 




11 


15 


I-. 


d ( Z! 1 '.i!> N 








22 


'.^3 


71 


6 i 


]; i 


31 N 


12 




t 


Kclipsed, part, visible. 








October. 


24 


17 


1-. 


6 <i 


h 


20 S 


13 


14 


9 


li 6 Oeiiiinor. * 3 N 


1). 


II. 




• f 


27 


16 


»■ 


ill Q, 






13 


18 


h 


d ( ho 5(5 S 


•) 


13 


♦ 


stationary. 


27 


18 


9 


ill ii 






15 


21 


9 


Stationarv. 


10 


5 


s 


in Aphelion. 


28 


13 


li 


n « 






18 





♦ 


i . 


10 


11 


9 


in f'; 


2N 


18 


6 


d 'i 


6 <■' 


21 S 


19 


7 


9 


in (i 


16 


23 


d 


d ( d « 29 N 














21 


17 





enters 3o Sinn. eoni. 


19 


14 


9 


6 1 9 6 11 N 














22 


5 


9 


d 9 9 2 I9N 


10 


17 


l 


d ¥. 21 25 N 








March. 






23 


12 


1' 


8 ^'^ 


25 


10 


9 


6 i 9 2 1 S 


1). 


11. 






" 


' 


24 


3 


c? 


d 'i d 1 31 S 


26 


19 


I 


6 1 7/11 27 S 


9 


13 
f. 
3 
<> 


1) i (i 

¥ n 

9 6 ( 

S in I'erihelioii. 


5 4 

9 a 


;^7 s 


28 


4 


9 


6 i 9 1 2l» N 


28 


8 


h 


6 ( hi 50 S 


3 
4 
4 


M S 


29 
I>. 


•> 
II. 


9 


6 1 9 5 9N 
July. 


29 
30 


23 
14 


9 

9 


Great, elon^. 23 44 K 
Great. Ilel. Ut. S. 

November. 


f) 


14 


♦ 


Stationary. 














n. 


II. 




' 


8 


6 





at <ir. Kloiik'. 


18 


1() K 


•} 


8 


• 


in Apojice. 


9 


23 


9 


stationary. 


14 


13 


» 


Or. Ilel. l.at. 


N. 




4 





5 


in W 


13 


1 


9 


in I'erihelioii. 


14 


23 


1? 


Stalioiiar.v. 






4 


8 


9 


at jrr. eloiij;. 26 2 K 


14 


12 


d 


6 i d 7 39 N 


16 


1 


♦ 


: 1 r.^ 






8 


6 


9 


inf. 6 ^ 


18 


14 


9 


in SI 


17 


l.T 


V 


stationary. 






8 


20 




.5 '[ 11 1 35 N 


19 


1 


9 


6 1 9 5 51 N 


IS 


14 


<J 


in I'erilii'iion 






9 


5 


h 


ill Aphelion. 


20 


1 





inf. 6 


20 


21 


fi) 


eiitcr.s X Siirinir I'oiii. 


111 


23 


U 


d ( ': 48 S 


22 


1 


5 


6 1 9 1 39 N 


22 


8 


?i 


6 '! 


l 1 


8N 


1» 


'» 


9 


ill Aphelion. 


22 


2 


d 


L ' 


24 


3 


u 


O '! 


h 4!l S 


17 


11 


9 


Stationary. 


22 




Kclipsed, invisihie. 


24 


22 


9 


inf. 6 






19 


13 


6 


ill iJ 


23 


4 


9 


in Perihelion. 


25 


l.'i 


ii 


n 






22 


20 


6 


6 i d 44 N 


23 


12 


I 


d i 7/ 1 3 S 


27 


18 11 


stationary 






23 


10 


9 


in Aidielii 11. 


24 


19 


h 


d ; ': 2 8 S 


2!) 


17 


c5 


6 i 


6 6 


20 S 


'it 


9 


9 


J ( 9 3 50 S 


29 


14 


9 


Stationary. 


30 


2 


9 


6 I 


S 2 


.^9 S 


27 


2 


f 


d ■( 9 10 S 






















29 


3 


I' 


Stationary. 






December. 














29 


21 


9 


Stationarv . 

















April. 












• 


D. 


II. 






i>. 


II. 






• 


' 








August. 


3 
4 


11 

23 


9 
9 


Gr. Hel. Lat. N. 
Gt. Hel. Lat. N. 


2 


3 


9 


in I'erihelioii 






1). 


II. 






5 


•> 


¥ 


6 


2 


20 


9 


6 '( 


9 " 


46 N 


1 


3 


9 


inf. d '^ 


t 


•><> 


« 


(Jr. elon^'. 20 SOW 


o 


10 


9 


i i 


C 2 


7 N 


3 


15 


9 


Great. He!. Lai. S. 


12 


20 


d 


d ( i s iaN 


() 


i) 


? 


Stalioiiar.v. 






r> 


4 


11 


ci ( ?: 1 22 N 


14 


4 


i 


6 :•) 


J 


1 


S 


in 'S 






1 


(i 


h 


c! ; 1' 50 S 


19 


2 


9 


6 { 9 2 19 N 


14 


•2 


)•. 


Stat ionary. 






7 


12 


6 


6 * d 1 27 N 


10 


23 


* 


3 


17 


« 


9 


in Aphelion. 






10 


21 


9 


Stationary. 


20 


7 


9 


6 { 6 2N 


18 


12 


?i 


6 <l 


I 1 


3 N 


14 


3 


9 


at ureal. brilliaiic\-. 


21 


8 


I 


d ( 7i 1 38 S 


20 


10 


I-. 


i ( 


1' 1 


3 S 


15 


4 


9 


Gr. ir.'l. I,at.S. 


22 


•2 


© 


enters \3 Winter com. 


21 


22 


9 


at Gr. Kloiii;-. 


L'7 


I'.iW 


17 


15 


¥ 


Stationary. 


22 


8 


u 


d ( b 2 24 S 


24 


"d 


9 


(ir. Hel. Lat. 


\. 




19 


9 


? 


at j^-reat. eloii^;-. IS 32 W ' 


22 


10 


9 


ci ¥ 9 34 xN 


27 


8 


9 


6 { 


9 7 


.'.3 S 


20 


13 


6 


■i i d - 55 X 


26 


23 


9 


ill W 


27 


14 


J 


6 ( 


d ^"' 


29 S 


21 


f) 


V 


.M 9 1 li) S 


2!1 


8 


u 


.! >^ 


2S 


1!) 


9 


at Gr. Kloiiff. 


4i. 


35 !■: 


22 


15 


» 


ill & 


30 


11 


« 


6 U 9 43 S 



Tables of Measurement. 
Square, Surface, or Land Meaaure. 

The s.piare foot (MHiiiiiiis 144 sipiare iiiclu's. 
Yard ^ 9 feut 1.290 iiichcs. 
Uod. pole or l>er'' , .'ill', vurds 272, feet. 
Chain- 10 rods 4S4 vanls 4.3,50 feet. 
Rood-=40 rods^ l,210yard.s 10,890 feet. 
Acre^4 ro(xlK - l(io nwls 4,840 yards. 
Yard of land =30 acres 120 roods. 
Hide- 100 acres 400 roods. 

Mile - 640 acres 2,,500 roods 0,400 chains -- 102,4IMI rods, 
poles or perches, or 3,(i97,COO .scpiare yards. 



I .All acre /in/^A/// statiMl has four ecpial sides of 09^ yards ; 
I iifcii Idle mcasiiieiiK'iit uives each side 208'71 feet. 
I The sides of a sipiarc half-.icre would he 147'581 feet, and 
j of a sipuiie ([Uarter acre 101 '255 feet. 

Angular Measure. 

00 Seconds " - 1 .Minute. 

(ill .Minnies ' ^1 Decree. 

30 Decrees ~ 1 Sin;ii. 

90 lieyices -- 1 (^luadraiit. 

4 (v'oi'draiits, or 300 ... - 1 Circiunference or Circle. 



30 



ECLIPSES OF JUPITEHS SATELLITES. 



[1 })()() 



ECLIPSES, Etc., OF JUPITER'S SATELLITES, 1900. 

In eastern Hfandard time (iih.-2Mh.) Ir in, ili'iioieH transit of Hatclilto; <r «j/, traimit phtphh; sh ?h, whadow 
inf resB ; »h eg, sliadow egress ; ec dig, diHappearance of Hatellite lieliind planet j oc din, dinappearance o( Batellite 
ill planet's shadow. 



January. 


I). 


II. 


M. 




l>. 


II. M. 




I). 


II. 


.M. 




I). II. M. 




D. II. M. 








21 


1 1 or ilif 


30 


(I 14 


111 treg 


8 


•> 


35 


1 tr in 


21 14 


1 ec re 


4 (! 34 


1 ec din 


12 




48 


\\ tr eq 




4 21 


1 sh in 




.> 


51 


1 x/i in 


31 20 .54 


111 treg 


fi 5 .'-.7 
6 21 
(! 48 

12 5 38 
() 31 
ti 34 

13 (1 2 

14 5 21) 
16 4 27 

20 4 4!) 

21 4 12 
5 14 

5 M) 
23 4 It) 

<i 54 

28 3 53 

4 59 

6 5 
(i 24 

2f) 4 28 

30 5 27 

(1 47 


1 nh eg 

111 nh eg 

1 tr eg 

1 sh ill 

1 1 ('(• dis 

\ tr ill 

1 oc re 

11 treg 

111 oc re 

1 ec dis 

1 sh eq 

1 Ire'q 

n tr in 

in <c re 

111 ocdis 

1 sh in 

1 trin 

1 sh eg 

11 sli in 

1 oc re 

11 oc re 

111 ec dis 


15 




7 


1 sh in 










20 


34 


11 sh eg 


22 58 


11 trin 


1(! 
17 




21 

21) 

52 

1 


1 tr ill 
1 rr dis 
1 or re 
1 treg 
1 1 ec dis 


1 


May. 

1 47 1 ec ilis 
4 33 1 or /■(• 


1) 


2.'i 
21 


53 

21 

1 

20 


1 (/(■ dis 
1 ec re 
1 //• in 
1 sh in 


23 37 111 sh in 
Augruat. 






28 




22 ft2 


1 sh in 




23 


14 


1 treg 


1 22 31 


1 //• in 


18 
19 




1 
48 
54 
ft-) 
ID 


111 tr in 

111 tr eq 

n tr in 

1 1 sh eq 

11 treg 


5 


23 28 

1 5 

1 40 

23 

2.3 27 


1 tr in 
1 sh eg 
1 treg 
1 or re 
11 cc dis 


10 
11 
14 

15 


23 33 

20 .50 

21 45 
;, - 

20 40 


1 sh eg 

I ec re 

111 sh eg 

11 or dis 

11 sh in 


23 43 

2 20 2 

20 3 

22 31 

23 9 


1 sh in 
1 1 or re 
1 1 rr di* 
U ec re 

1 ec re 


2;i 




22 


1 ec dis 


(1 


2 51 


U or re 




22 


11 


11 treg 


3 20 25 


1 sh eg 


24 




28 


1 sh in 




23 52 


111 sh in 




2.3 


8 


11 sh eq 


7 22 30 


111 trill 


25 




39 
41 
51 
11 


1 tr in 
1 sh eg 
1 treg 
1 or re 


1 


1 •>8 

1 57 

3 .35 

21 ,53 


111 sh eg 

in tr in 

111 treg 

1 tr eg 


1(1 

17 
18 


22 

23 

1 

21 


44 
15 
28 

n 


1 //• in 

1 sh ill 

1 sh eq 

111 treq 


9 20 (1 

21 -.iH 

22 35 
22 40 


1 1 or (/i« 
1 or dis 
11 or re 
11 rr dis 


20 

28 




57 
53 
ft 
23 
57 


1 1 1 sh eg 

111 trin 

1 1 sh in 

11 tri.i 

11 or re 


8 
9 


3 40 

4(1 

1 13 

2 51) 
22 9 


1 rr (/in 
1 sh in 
1 /(• in 
1 t r eg 
I ec (lis 


19 
22 


23 
23 
1 
22 
23 


.30 
12 
45 
1 
14 


111 /)•(■'.; 

Ill sh in 

111 sh eg 

11 trin 

11 sh in 


10 20 7 

21 ft 

22 21 

11 19 Hi 
19 4!) 


1 sh in 

1 tr eg 

1 sh eg 

1 1 sh eg 

111 ec re 


30 




1(1 


1 rr ills 


10 


44 


1 or re 


23 





27 


11 treg 


16 22 4() 


11 or (/)■;* 






31 




22 


1 sh in 




21 28 


1 sh eg 




1 


43 


11 sh eg 


17 20 46 


I tr in 


February. 






28 


1 tr in 




21 51 


1 treg 
1 1 ec Ilis 


24 


1 


10 


1 */( in 


22 3 


1 sh in 


4 5 44 


1 sh in 






34 


1 */( eg 


13 


2 2 




21 


49 


1 or dis 


18 19 44 


11 treg 


6 6 25 


1 or re 










14 


3 49 


III sh in 


25 





39 


1 rr re 


19 49 


11 sh in 


6 3 2U 


W ec dis 










14 


21 45 


11 trin 




21 


11 


I treg 


21 27 


I rr re. 


3 3(1 


1 tr eg 






April. 




23 33 


n sh eg 




21 


52 


1 sh eq 


21 ,50 


Ill ecdis 


8 .3 2 


11 treg 










11) 


1) 


11 trel) 
1 sh III 


26 


1 


3 


111 /)• in 


*?2 22 


11 sh eq 


10 5 13 


111 tr in 


1 


3 





1 or re 


16 


2 40 


.30 





18 


11 trin 


25 10 4(1 


11 tr in 


12 4 59 


1 ec dis 




4 


4 


111 .v/( in 




2 57 


1 //■ in 




1 


48 


11 sh in 


19 .53 


I or dis 


13 3 20 


1 tr in 


"2 





( 


1 tr eg 


17 


3 


1 rr dis 










20 29 111 or din 


4 19 


1 sh eg 


3 


23 


52 


11 cc dis 




2 28 


1 oc re 










26 19 23 


1 treg 


13 r> 32 


1 tr eg 
11 ec (lis 


4 


4 


22 


11 or re 




21 9 


1 sh in 






Juiy. 


20 41 


1 sh eg 


5 59 


5 





17 


111 or re 




21 23 


1 tr in 


1 


22 


41 


1 1 ec re 


27 19 43 


11 ecre 


14 2 .50 


1 oc re 


1 


4 


15 


1 sh in 




23 22 


1 sh eg 




23 


35 


1 or dis 






15 3 17 
3 17 


11 nh eq 
11 tr in 


8 


1 

4 


38 
48 


1 ec (/(o 
1 or re 


IS 


23 35 
20 .54 


1 //• eg 
1 or /■(' 


.) 


20 
21 


45 
3.3 


1 /)• Id 
I sh in 


September. 


5 42 


11 treq 




23 


43 


1 tr in 


21 


23 40 


11 sh ill 




.)*j 


58 


I tr eg 


2 19 ft 


1 trin 


17 4 21 


111 sh in 


9 





54 


1 d/t eg 




23 58 


11 /(■ in 




23 


47 


1 sh eg 


20 22 


I sh in 


r, 8 


1 1 1 sh eg 




1 


55 


1 f;-r(; 
1 1 ec dis 


22 


2 7 


11 .<./( eq 


3 


21 


2 


1 rr re 


21 19 


1 tr eg 


20 4 


1 sh ill 


11 


.) 


2(1 




2 22 


11 treq 


6 


20 


18 


111 or re 


3 19 46 


1 rr re 


5 14 


1 /(• in 


12 








1 1 1 rr re 


24 


1 57 


1 rr dis 




21 


57 


111 re dis 


19 4(1 


11 or re 


(i 12 


I sh eg 
1 or re 




2 


13 


111 or (fix 




4 12 


1 oc re 




23 


49 


111 ec re 


10 ft2 


1 1 rr dis 


21 4 45 




3 


51 


111 or re 




22 8 


111 ec dis 


8 


21 





11 or dis 


ft 19 34 


111 sh in 


22 3 28 


11 sh ill 




23 


25 


11 ^- i/( 




23 3 


1 sh in 


9 


1 


18 


1 1 ec re 


9 21 2 


1 tr in 


5 52 


11 sh eg 
n tr in 




23 


57 


11 sh eg 




23 7 


1 //• ill 




1 


22 


1 or dis 


10 19 55 


1 1 or dis 


5 55 


13 


1 


49 


11 ^r^/ 


2ft 


(1 


111 or re 




*),) 


.33 


1 tr in 


12 19 24 


11 sh eg 


24 2 40 


11 oc re 


14 


3 


21 


1 rr dis 




1 1(1 


1 sh eg 




2.3 


28 


1 sh in 


20 49 


111 treg 


27 5 53 


1 «/i 1(4 


le 


37 


1 kTi ill 




1 10 


1 /(• eg 


10 





44 


1 //• eg 


17 20 11 


1 or liis 


28 3 14 


1 ec dis 




1 


30 


1 ?;• ui 




20 25 


1 ec dis 




20 


10 


11 sh eg 


18 19 44 


1 sh eg 


3 37 


in or dis 




2 


49 


1 sh eg 




22 39 


1 or re 




22 


56 


1 rr re 


19 19 26 


11 sh in 


5 20 


111 or re 




3 


42 


1 f / rgr 


29 


2 12 


n tr in 


11 


20 


11 


1 sh eg 


19 19 33 


11 trin 






17 


1 


2 


1 or re 




2 14 


11 ,s/( in 


13 


21 


54 


111 or dis 


23 19 .50 


111 rr re 


IVTn 




18 


5 





11 rr dis 


■30 20 2) 


11 or dis 


13 


23 


51 


111 oc re 


25 19 28 


1 trin 


Maruii. 


19 


2 


18 


111 rr (//s 




22 ,55 


11 ec re 


15 


2.3 


24 


1 1 or f/i« 


26 19 43 


11 tr in 


1 2 33 


1 ,s7) eg 




3 


58 


111 rr re 


31 


3 43 


1 or dis 


17 





■'2 


1 //■ in 


19 .59 


I rr re 


3 4!) 


1 O'r-/ 


20 





(J 


11 ((/l lU 










20 


T4 


11 x/i in 


28 11) 34 


11 rr re 


6 3 


11 sh in 




1 


45 


11 tr in 










20 


3l 


11 tr eg 


30 19 29 


111 or re 


3 2 41 


11 ec re 




•> 


32 


11 .s7i eq 




June. 




21 


37 


1 or dis 






2 48 


11 DC dis 




4 


10 


11 ^crf/ 


1 


51 


1 /)• in 




22 


44 


11 sh eg 


October. 


5 13 


n or rr 


23 


2 


30 


1 ^7( ill 




57 


I sh ill 


18 


21 


2 


1 t'-eg 

1 sh ei) 

W tr ill 






7 2 34 


111 rr dis 




3 


17 


1 h-t.'l 




1 41 


111 oc dis 




22 


6 


3 18 .38 


1 or dis 


4 8 


111 rr (V 




4 


43 


1 .s/i eg 




3 3 


1 treg 


24 


2(*i 


32 


4 18 12 


1 /(• eg 
1 sh eg 
1 sh in 


ft 7 


1 ec dis 




23 


53 


1 re (/is 




3 10 


1 sh eg 




21 


45 


111 sli eg 


11) 15 


8 2 14 


1 sh in 


24 


2 


48 


1 or re 




3 52 


111 rr re 




22 


49 


11 sh in 


n is .56 


3 29 


1 tr in 




23 


11 


1 s/i rr; 




22 1) 


I oc dis 




2.3 





11 treg 


21 19 4 


11 sh in 


4 2(1 


1 x/i ".'7 




23 


55 


1 trc'i 


o 


(1 27 


1 ec re 




23 


27 


1 or ilis 






5 41 


1 ?/• e,(; 


27 


2 


40 


11 «/( Jrt 




21 29 


1 /;• r.'/ 


25 


20 


39 


1 tr in 


November. 


9 3 1 


1 oc re 




4 


5 


11 (/• in 




21 39 


I sh eg 




21 


48 


1 sh in 


11 17 40 


1 or di« 


10 2 55 


11 rr rfjs 


29 





34 


1 1 or re 


V, 


22 36 


11 or dis 




22 


53 


I /)■ eg 


12 17 48 


1 sh eg 
11 treg 


5 15 


11 or re 




22 


37 


111 </'m 


t 


1 32 


1 1 rr cr 


2(1 





1 


1 sh eg 


15 17 46 



1900] 



MEHIDIAN I'AHSAGE AND I)ECUNAT1.0N OF TIIK l»LANKT. 



31 



MERIDIAN PASSAGE AND DECLINATIOfI OF THE PLANET FOR EVERY TEHTH DAY DURIfiC TlfE YEAR 1900. 



I 



M 



Jany. 



Fel..v. 



Uar. 



Apr. 



May 



June 



July 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



1 

11 
21 

I 
11 
21 

l| 
111 
21 

1, 

21 

.i! 

21 

1 

11 
21 

1 
11 
21 



Auk. 1 
11 

21 

Sept. 1 
11 ' 

91 : 

I 

1 
11 

21 

1 
11 
21 

1 
11 
21 



Mercury o 


Mer. paMH. 


lUcl. 


II. M. 

10 33 
111 .■.3 

11 20 


S 22 2 
23 42 

23 28 


11 :,•• 

12 23 
12 .52 


20 35 

15 23 

7 51 


13 11 
13 10 
12 24 


57 

N 5 38 

5 ,-.4 


n 13 
10 .34 
10 21 


.38 

S 2 3 

47 


10 2(1 

10 43 

11 1(1 


N 3 29 

9 42 

1*1 51 


12 in 

13 2 
13 ,3» 


23 25 
25 20 
23 22 


13 54 
13 4.'; 
13 8 


19 24 
15 U 
12 ,3!) 


11 50 
11 3 
10 61 


13 27 
1(1 20 
17 32 


11 lit 

11 .53 

12 111 


.\13 51 

(1 .50 

S 1 3 


12 30 

12 55 

13 9 


8 30 
14 58 
20 4 


13 1(1 
12 .53 
11 3e 


23 27 
23 18 
18 22 


10 .35 
10 2!t 
10 45 


15 19 
17 ,59 
2 35 'i 



Venus 9 



Mara 



.Mur. I Kins, 



II. M. 

13 ,57 

14 S 
14 1(1 

14 23 

14 28 
14 32 

14 35 
14 30 
14 44 

14 .50 

14 57 

15 3 

15 7 
15 8 
15 4 

14 49 
14 24 
13 43 

12 47 
11 41 
10 41 

9 53 
9 24 
9 8 

8 .59 
8 50 
8 5(1 

8 59 

9 2 
9 (1 

9 II 
15 
9 20 

9 27 
9 35 
9 45 



Decl. Mvr. pasH. 



S 20 5 
1(1 30 
12 10 

U 49 

1 39 
\ 3 30 

7 43 

12 30 
17 1 

21 7 

23 59 
25 56 

2(1 51 
20 52 
2(1 4 

24 30 

22 45 
20 .56 

19 (1 
17 53 
17 5 

17 
17 22 
17 43 

17 40 I 
16 .58 ; 
15 .32 { 

13 19 I 
10 22 I 

48 i 

2 20 

S 2 1 
6 27 I 

10 45 I 
I 14 43 <i 

I 18 7 ii 



II. M. 

12 20 
12 13 
12 7 

11 .59 
11 .52 
11 43 

11 .3(1 
11 27 
11 16 

11 5 
10 54 
lU 43 

10 32 
10 21 
10 10 

9 58 
9 47 
9 37 

9 27 
9 17 

9 8 

8 57 
« 46 
8 35 

8 23 
8 10 
7 57 

7 42 

7 27 
7 10 



5 45 
5 19 
4 51 



i 

Decl. 


8 23 .3(1 
22 30 
21 10 



Jupiter U 



Mer. piwH.I Decl. 



19 9 

10 57 
14 28 

12 17 
9 24 
22 

2 .50 
N 12 

3 18 

20 
9 14 

11 .57 

14 42 

10 67 

18 54 

20 33 

21 ,51 I 

22 50 

23 27 I 
23 46 
23 41 j 

23 15 I 

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13 
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19 49 
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19 43 
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20 10 
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20 41 

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21 17 
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22 11 
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22 .50 
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Saturn % 




Mer. 


pons. 


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II, 


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23 


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22 


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44 


22 


21 


6 


5 


22 


20 


4 


20 


22 


20 


3 


40 


22 


21 


3 


5 


22 


21 


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23 


22 


22 


1 


37 


22 


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55 


22 


25 





13 


22 


26 


23 


20 


22 


28 


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44 


22 


29 


22 


2 


22 


30 


21 


10 


22 


32 


20 35 


22 


33 


19 


54 


22 


34 


19 11 


22 


30 


18 


31 


22 


38 


17 


63 


22 


39 


17 


15 


22 


41 


16 


39 


22 


43 


10 


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22 


44 


15 


2.3 


22 


45 


14 


47 


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12 


22 


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13 38 


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46 


13 


3 


22 


43 


12 


29 


22 


41 



PRINCIPAL PHYSICAL FEATURES OF CANADA. 

The principal physical features of Canada are the Uoclty -Mountains and the Laurentian ranjfe. the plains of 
the North West Territories, the fjreat laltes and Hudson Biiy and the Bay of Fundy, and the Maolienzie Uiver and 
St, Lawren(^e Itiver l)asins. 

The ^reat inlaiul lalies, five in nuiul)er. form, with their.connectinjf rivers, a eonii)lete system of navi}fation 
frotn the liead of Lalio Superior to the Atlantic Ocean, a distance of 2,384 miles. They (;over an area of about 
100,0(10 sipiare miles, 

Other lalies of hu-^'c size are (Jreat Bear, 11,200 sriuare miles; CJroat .Slave, 10,100 scjuare miles; Winnipcfjr, 
9,400 square miles, ami Athatiaska, 4,400 square miles. 

The principal mountains are the Uocky Mountains in the west, extending: from the Arctic Ocean to the 
Uniteil .States; llie.\ contain tlie highest jioints in the Dominion, amon^ the chief being' .Mount Hooker, 16,760 
feet; Mount Brown, 10,000 feel, and Mount .Mur(;hison, 15,700 feet. 

The i>riiicipal rivers are llie St. Lawrence (with its tributaries, the Ottawa, the St. Maurice, the Richelieti 
and the Sa;jrueiiav). tlie St. .loliti, the Hestiffouche and the .Mirainichi ri\ers, flowiuj^ into the Atlantic Ocean ; the 
Macken/ie, Copperniiiie and (Jreat FUh rivers eniptyiny: into the Arctic Ocean; the Saskatciiewan and Red, the 
Nelson, Clmrchill and .Vlliaiiy rivers flowing'' into tlie Hudson's Bay ; the Fraser and Columbia emptyiiifj; into the 
P.aciHc Ocean. 

lliidsdti Bay is a lai'trc inland sea. havinjr an area of 3,50,000 .square miles. Including; its two arms it has an 
extreme leii'jtli north and south of 1,300 miles and a width across the l)ay proper of about 000 miles. 

The Bay of I'undy, l"o mile-; Ion','-, and from :!0 to .50 miles wide, nearly separates Nova Scotia from New 
Brunswick, the comiectin>; Isthmus of Chitrnecto beinir al)out 15 miles wide. 

Tlu' princi|(al inlands in Canada are Baffln Land, I'rince Albert Land (wliich are the principal islands in the 
new district of l'"raiikliii), Vancouver and (,iut!Pn Cha 'lotte Islands in British Columbia; Prince Kdward Island, 
C.a))e Bn'ton Island and .\nticosti in the Gulf of St. I eeice. 

The climate varies yreatly. The avera^'e mea temi>eraturc is- in I'rince Edward Island, summer, Ol'O 
dcMfrees F., and 10-5 in winter : New Brunswi(!k, su .mer 60 decrees and winter 19'0 ; Nova Scotia, summer 06 '2 
and winter 25-0 ; t^tuebec, .58-3 summer and 15' winter; Ontario, 03 '0 suuuner and 19'8 winter; Jlanitoba, OO'l 
summer and 0'8 winter ; British Columbia, summer 61' and winter 32"4. 



32 



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MEAN PF.ACEH OF STAUS. 



MEAN PLACES OF U2 STARS FOR JANUARY, d -10. 



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Klght jAiiii'al 
A»ceii»i'ii Varittt. 



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a TtMriAldeharan 

I Aurigiu 

a AuriKii) Capella. 
^ Orionis liiyrl. . . 
fi Tauri 

OrioiiiM 

Orioiiis 



21 

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2-8 

2 

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4-5 

2 

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Hydra) 2 

Ursiu Majoris. . . 3 

Leonis 3 

Leonis Jief/uliis. 1-2 10 

Leonis 2 

Hydra) 4 

Leonis 4 

Leonis 5 

Leonis 5 

Ursa; Majoris . . 2 

Leonis 6 

Leonis 2-3 

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20 55-0 
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52 51 3 

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40 lO-Oj 

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21 15 2 
27 32-8 

44 0-1 
65 17 '5 
57 33-7 
59 51-6 

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22 47-7 
25 28-4 
31 49-7 
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48 34-4 

4 58 -8| 
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14 17 3.f6 

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8 39 10-2 
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20 19 9-4 
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22 69 22-8 
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19 20-27-5 
49 30 19-4 

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21 48 31-0 

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7 23 18-1 
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•22 32 9-1 
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8 13 300 
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19-4 
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18-8 
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17-8 
17-7 
17-4 
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a Draconiri 

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p Koolis 

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3-181 54 15 2-8 
3-08-22 3 49-0 
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B ('rNai .Minoris. . . 

B llootis 

B Lilirn 

a C'i)r(inii) 

a Scrpeiitis 

c Hcrpt'iitis 

i I'rsiu Minoris. . . 

fli Scorpii 

lo-li S oiihiii.'lii 

8-9j| y llcrciills 

7-6| a .Scorjiii Antaren 

O-ol! i IkrculiH 

4-0' < I'rsa' .Minoris, . . 

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3'3l a' Ilcniilis 

2-9ii B Di-iUMiiiis 

2-5', 6 Scorpii 

1-5 a Ophiiichi 

0-9 B Ophiuclii 

0-7 IX llerculis 

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- 2-8JI /x' .Sajfiliurii 

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4-0 ! A Sat'iitarii 

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AHceimi'n Variat. 



Decliiiat'n 



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4 
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3 

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33 

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41 

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0-3 
29-3 
105 
32-3 
12-2 
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6-2 
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9-2 
17-5 
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32 
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32 
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8-1 
47-9 
33 
23 

4-8 
48-8 
27-4 
3(1-3 
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201 

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344 
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- 64 3-4 

3 64 45-7 
38 61 .30-3 

11 29 47-8 

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49 48 443 

18 63 60-2 
04 51 13-5 

19 42 10-7 

30 48 37 1 
27 29 24 6 

-16 37 34-6 
74 33 51 1 
4047 5-7 

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27 3 4-0 

44 24-5 

4 40 43-5 
78 7-9 

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19 24 30-4 

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31 46 621 
82 12 7-7 

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42 55 31-1 

12 37 .57-0 
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27 40 44-0 

61 30 2-0 

86 30 47-7 

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-25 28 :i7'4 

38 41 -25-7 
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14 .55 20-4 

13 42 ,52-9 
2 .54 55-0 

10 22 9-9 

8 30 14-7 
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44 .55 22-3 

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14 40 1-i 
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20 

19-8 

10-6 

-19-6 

19-4 

19-3 

-18-9 

18-1 

18-1 

17-8 

18-8 

16-0 

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161 

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14-8 

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0-7 
0-7 
1-7 
3-2 
4-0 
4-7 
61 
7-0 
8-6 
9-3 
8-8 
10-9 

12 1 
12-7 

13 
13-6 
141 
17-6 
14-6 
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15-7 
15-8 
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16-2 
17-4 
17-8 
18-0 
18'5 
18-7 
19-1 
19-0 
19-3 
19-6 
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19-9 



The Dominion of Canada has an area of aliont 3,315,047 sipiare niilos, or, iiiDludinK its water surface, 
3,4.56,383 sipiarc miles, is al>out 3,-5(M» miles from east to west and l,4(Ml miles from north to south, and consists ol 
the provinces of Ontario and (Quebec (formerly I'liper anil Lnwcr (Janaila), Nova .Scotia, New Hrunswick, Manitoba, 
British Colur.ihia, I'riiice Kituard Island and tlie North-west Territories (which hitter contain the vast territory 
formerly under tlie control of tlie Hudson's Hay Company). It therefore ci)ini)riscs the whole of the northern 
half of North America, with the exception of th- United States Territory of Alaska on the west, and Labrador, 
which is under the control of the Uovet ineiit of Newfoundland, on the east. It is hounded on the north by the 
Arctic (Jcean, on the west by the Territr -•- of Alaska and the I'acific Ocean, on the south by the United States, 
and on the east by the Atlantic Ocean. 



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ST. JOHN, N.B., 1900. 



TlitHC Tlclr Tiililfs, ulili Tliliil liilTcri'i « f^r i>Micr pliu'cn, mit Imkiii'<I liy llic T'hI 

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|)i'l>iii'iiii('iil lit Muniic mill KNIii'iii ■< <il iIh' liniiiiiilMii nf < 'iiiinlii. TIh'V mi' luiinl ii|iiiii illnri nliMTMiiiiiriH of 
Itii' li<li'<<, nlituiiM'il \i\ nii'iiiiM ■>( Ni'll-i't'iriMtninu tiilc umii;i'M, ulijili urv ki'|il in i •iiiliiiiioiix n|i(rulliiii diiy miil 
niulit tliroiutiiiiit till' .M'ar. Tlu' i'ci'hi'iIm urr riiliii'i'il liv Mif liitcHi nu'tlinilH nf miul.XHJM, miil ilic i'iiiii|iiiiiiiiiiii 
iif llii' lulilrx IS iiiiiil(> ill till' Ni'illiriil Alliimiiir Ollli'i', Lmiiloii. 

Till Tiili' Tiiliit's fi'i' lliiliiii > nil' liii"i'il 11)11111 I 111' iiimlv >«i« lit i I't'i'iiril « liirli \vu>' iitiLiini'il iliiiiiii: llii' m'Iuh ix.'l, 

18?i'2, iMlomiil l»iil, uilli whirli tlicii' liii» ln'in liiicii|iiii'iili'il llif r nl lur mii' tiill .M'lir fi llir pi'i'si'iil t.iijr 

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olmci'X 111 ions ill Mi'MMi piiilils iliiriti'j UNO riiliipli'li' liioiltlis, nliliiiiiiil liv llli' Dt'pm'tliiillt of I'lilillr Works. Th('N«< 
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low. Till' ililTfi'etii'ON liclow <^ii(>lii'i nii' IhimiI u|>iiii Minnillmicoiis oliMci'viitions frnin tlir I idi<-u:iiii|jr<<H nl (jui'licc, 
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Tide Talile.s are also i'oni|mted liy the Tidal Survey, and is.'<iied for the .season nf Navi;;atinii, from April to 
Nnvi'iiilier, Inr the followini,' )inrt> : Chiirlnllelown, I'ietoii, .and SI. I'aiil Island in (jabot Strait; with tidal 
differeiii'es for Nnrtliiiinlierliuid Sli'iiit. mill oilier points nn the southwestern side of the (liilf of .St. Lawreni'e. 
Also for Father I'niiit, the I'ilol Station nn the St. Lawrence, and Ste. Croix Mar above (^lllel)e('. 

The perinaneni and tidal sets of inrreiits in various parts of the (iiilf are also heini,' iii\estii,'ated by .^Ir. 
Dawson, Kii'j:ineer in eharsre of the Survey. The results hitherto obtained have bei'ii published, and copies of 
these publications may be had, on iipplication, from the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa. 



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U I 







HlOH W.VTKH. 


l,l)\V W.\TKR. 


1 


FortMioou. 1 Afternoon. 


Kdifiuion. 


.\ftiTnonn. 


>f 










& ft 


Time. 


'Ht.|Thno. ; Ht. 

i 1 


Thiif. Ht. 


Tiiiif. 


111. 


1 


H. M. 


Ft.iH. M. 1 Fl. 


H. M. ! Ft. 


Tf. M. 


Ft. 


l' M. 


7 30 


' 7'> ' 20 n 71 


1 20 2 5 


14 3 


14 


2 Tu. 


S 22 


7-7 1 21 2 , 7-3 


2 10 


2 3 


14 51 


13 


3| W. 


9 13 


1 77 1 21 ol 7 4 


3 10 


2 3 


15 43 


13 


41 Th. 


10 3 


' 7 f. ! 22 40 ' 7". 


4 8 


.)-.) 


10 3H 


11 


51 P, 


10 32 


7-4 , 23 30 , 7-4 


5 8 


o-o 


17 35 


; ti 


61 Sn. 


11 43 


71 .. .. 


. ■ 


10 


2-3 


18 34 


1\S 


71 .Su. 


21 


7 2 12 38 


07 


7 13 


2 4 


19 34 


• >••) 


8 M. 


1 13 


7 13 39 


0-3 


8 18 


2 4 


20 33 


2 5 


9 Til. ; 


2 8 


(5 8 ; 14 40 


oo 


9 21 


2 4 


21 .33 


2-8 


10 vv. 


, 3 10 


t; 6 ' 10 


5-9 


10 20 


2-4 


')'» 30 


3 


11 Th. 


! 4 18 


ti-3 1 17 19 


5 9 


11 18 


2 3 23 31) 


30 


12 J\ 


1 5 21 


0-5 1 18 18 f, (1 j 




12 14 


•}■•> 


13 ;-iii. 


' IJ 1() 


or, : 19 4 


2 


20 31, 13 5 


21 


14 Hu, 1 


7 5 


(! 7 19 4(1 


03 


1 IS ' 30 13 50 


20 


15 M. , 


7 48 


67 ' 20 25 


t>-5 


2 3 


3-0 ; 14 29 


2 


Ifi Tu. 


8 27 


6-8 i 21 1 


tit! 


2 40 


2 9 ! 15 4 


20 


17 W. 1 


9 4 


()-8 1 21 30 


ti'ti 


3 10 1 29 ; 15 37 


2 1 


18 Th. 


9 40 


67 22 11 


til) 


3 51 


2-8 


10 9 


•>■■» 


10 V. 


10 17 


tii; 22 47 


(i-O 


4 25 


2-8 


10 40 


2 3 


20 Sii. ' 


10 ,">,") 


6T) 1 23 24 


tiO 


5 00 


2-8 


17 13 


2 4 


I'l .^11. 


u a-) 


6-2 i . . . . 




5 37 


2-9 


17 48 


2 5 


22 M. 


2 


(i-5 1 12 IS 


til 


IS 


29 ' 18 27 


27 


23 Tu. 


41 


6-4 13 .") 


5 9 


7 10 J 29 


19 13 


2 9 


24 \V. 


1 24 


CI i:( .-.7 


.) I 


8 9 28 


20 8 


3-0 


25 Th. 


2 14 


14 M 


5 


9 13 • 27 


21 11 


3-0 


at; 1', 


3 12 


>■■ ; li; ti 


57 


10 15 


2-5 


22 21 


2'9 


27 ."^11. , 


4 18 


(• '^ i; 13 





U 13 


2 '2 23 "3 


27 


28 .Su. 


;i 'Ji- 


. S 18 10 


(i-3 




.. , 12 7 


1-8 


2',t .M. 


ti Ih 


V 19 3 


07 


6 18 


24 1 12 ,57 


14 


30 Tu. 


7 10 


• 19 53 


71 


1 10 


21 13 45 


11 


31 W. 


8 2 


(H 20 41 7'5 1 


2 2 1-9 ! 14 34 


10 



FEBRUARY. 



4) ' 

ft ft 



(I 

10 

11; 

\^ 

14 
15 

]•• 
1. 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
2'' 
23 
24 



28* 



Th. 

K. 

Sii, 

.Su. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

Sii. 

Su. 

.M. 

Tu. 
W. 

Th. 

F. 

Sii. 

Su. 

.M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

!•'. 

Sii. 

.Su. 

.M. 

Tu. 

\V. 



Hid II Watku. 



Forenoon. Afternoon. 
Time. Hi. Time. Ht. 



MARCH. 




Hkih W.\tek. 



Low Watkb. 



I Forenoon. Afternoon. Forenoon. ! Afternoon 



H. M. 

8 53 

9 44 

10 34 

11 24 

4t) 

1 30 

2 40 

3 51 

4 55 

5 .54 
I) 40 

7 30 

8 8 

8 45 

9 21 
9 50 

10 30 

11 5 
11 42 

3l'i 

1 22 

2 2S 

3 40 

4 48 

5 51 

t; .50 



I Ft.! 
77 
7 
7 4 
7 

itHti 

' 5 ' 
■ 0'2 i 
0-0 
00 ' 
0-1 
0-3 
0-4 I 
ti 5 
li'5 , 
05 
0-5 
0-3 i 
01 
5 '9 i 

(i-2! 

0'2 
01 
0-3 ; 
0-5 
9 



H. M 

21 28 

22 14 

23 1 
23 49 

12 10 

13 14 

14 21 

15 42 
10 58 

17 53 

18 43 

19 20 

20 2 

20 31! 

21 9 

21 41 

22 12 

22 44 

23 18 
23 55 

12 23 

13 11 

14 10 

15 22 
11! 38 

17 39 

18 33 

19 25 



Ft. 

7-0 
7'0 
7 '5 
7 2 
t!-0 
01 
5-8 
5'0 
5 
57 
5 9 
1 
3 
04 
t)-5 
ti'O 

do 
4 
ti-3 
5-8 
5 
5 5 
5 
5 9 
3 
08 
7-2 



Low VVATKlt. 



Forenoon. 
Time. ; Ht. 



Afternoon. 



H. M. 

2 55 

3 .511 

4 48 

5 48 
49 

7 52 

8 .55 

9 57 

10 50 

11 50 
10 

."i9 

1 40 

2 U! 

2 50 

3 23 

3 55 

4 27 

5 
5 3t) 
21 

7 IS 

8 31 

9 40 

10 40 

11 35 



Ft. 
17 
10 
10 
17 
1-9 
2 1 
2-2 



2 '9 
28 
27 
2-0 
2 5 
2-4 i 
2-3 
2-3 
2-4 ! 



•'■5 



23, 

I 2'0 ! 
1 1-0 



49 r 



Time. 


Ht. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


15 24 


0'9 


10 16 


11 


17 10 


13 


18 7 


17 


19 6 


21 


20 8 


2-5 


21 12 


2-8 


22 15 


3(1 


23 14 


30 


i'j .39 


2i 


13 23 


2 


14 2 


19 


14 3() 


1-9 


15 9 


1-9 


15 41 


2 


10 11 


21 


10 3" 


2'2 


17 ( 


2 4 


17 42 


2 6 


18 24 


2-8 


19 22 


2 9 


20 34 


2 9 


21 48 


2-8 


22 54 


2-5 


23 .53 


21 


12 29 


1-3 


13 21 


10 



APRIL. 



Time. > Ht. i Time. | Ht. 



1 Th. 

2 K. 
3 1 Sa. 



Su. 

51 M. 

6 Tti. 

7 W. 

8 Th. 
9. F. 

10' Sii. 

11 Su. 

12, M. 

13 Tu. 

14 W. 
15! Th. 
10 j F. 
17 Sa. 
18: Su. 
19! M. 
20 Tu. 
2' \V. 

22 Th. 

23 F. 

24 Sa. 

25 Su. 
2(; M, 

27 Tu. 

28 W. 

29 Th. 



H. .M. 

7 40 

8 38 

9 27 

10 15 

11 
11 .59 

13 

1 7 



30 
31' 



F 

Sa, 



9 28 
10 2 

10 3« 

11 10 
11 ,58 

3 
50 

2 2 

3 1' 

4 22 

5 30 
(i 32 
7 28 
S 20 



Ft. 
7 4 

7 5 
7 4 
7-2 
9 
I'r5 
07 
6 2 

5 9 
57 
57 
5-8 
60 
6-2 

6 3 
64 
04 
64 
0-2 

6 1 
5 't 
5 8 
62 
61 
6(.> 
li'I 
OS 
O'O 
6-9 
72 

7 3 



H. M. 

20 15 

21 3 

21 50 

22 37 

23 24 

i2 55 
13 ,57 
15 10 
10 ;.'4 

17 28 

18 10 

18 57 

19 31 

20 4 

20 30 

21 7 

21 39 

22 12 

22 46 

23 22 

i2 48 
13 50 



Ft. 

75 
7-0 
70 
7 4 
71 

(i'l) 1 



!5-5 
, 57 I 
! 5-9 1 



Time, i Ht. I Time, i Ht. 



H. M. 

1 43 

2 3(i 



10 34 

11 29 



Ft. 
11 
11 
W 
11 
13 
10 
19 

2 1 
•>■.> 

2 3 



H. .M. 


Ft. 


14 10 


O'.l 


14 ,57 


0'9 


15 45 


10 


10 30 


1-4 


17 31 


18 





>, 


s 


a 


ft 


ft 


~ 


1 



High Water. 



Low Water. 



V Su. 

2i M. 

3 Tu. 

4; W. 

5, Th. 



Forenoon. 
Time. I Ht. 

H. M. i Ft. 

9 9 ' 7-3 
9 ,57 i 7 1 

10 4t'i I' 8 

11 3V 1.4 



Afternoon. • 



': 0-1 I 

I (''3 I 
6-5 I 
1 6'0 
Oil 
I O'O I' 
i 0-5 ! 
I 6-4 ■ 
I 0-3 I ' 



14 

10 
17 
18 
19 



19 51 

20 39 



5 


60 


6 4 ' 


6-9 1 


7 3 , 


7 i 


77 ! 



30 

1 8 

1 45 

2 20 

2 53 

3 24 

3 54 

4 27 

5 H 
5 54 
,53 

8 5 

9 11 

10 13 

11 11 

3(1 

1 29 

2 21 



24 
•>" 
2 1 
2 It 
2 
2 
"0 
■J 1 



2 3 
2 2 
21") 
17 

l-,5 
11 

(111 



18 32 


.) ., 





1'. 


41 


1 


19 39 


2-6 


7 


Sa. 


1 42 


5-8 


20 50 


2 9 


8 


Su, 


2 51 


5 


21 58 


3 





.M. 


4 2 


J ;) 


23 1 


2-9 


111 


Tu. 


5 6 


57 


23 50 


2-8 


11 


W. 1 


' 5 ,55 


5 9 


12 10 


21 


12 


Th. 


' 6 .38 


01 


12 ,54 


21 


13 


1', 


7 19 


0-2 


13 28 


2() 


14 


Sa. 


7 57 


3 


14 


1-9 


15 


Su. ' 


8 34 


04 


14 31 


20 


16 


.M. 


9 10 


6-3 


15 1 


21 


17 


Tu. , 


9 45 


6-3 


15 31 


.> -.1 


18 


W. 


10 21 


6-2 


16 3 


2 3 


19 


Th. 1 


10 .58 


01 


16 38 


2.> 


20 


F. 


11 40 


00 


17 10 


2(i 


21 


.Sa. , 






18 2 


2-8 


'),> 


Su. 


(1 40 


0-2 


19 2 


2 9 


23 


M. 


1 43 


1 


20 14 


2'.l 


24 


Tu, 


2 ,5i 


2 


21 30 


2-7 


25 


\V 


4 


0-3 


22 49 


2-4 


20 


Th. 


5 14 


0-4 


23 41 


1-9 


27 


1". , 


15 


7 


12 6 


1-4 


28 


Sa. i 


7 10 


0-9 


12 ,58 


12 


29 


Su. ' 


8 2 


70 


13 411 


11 


.30 


.VI. 


8 51 


7m 


14 39 ■ 


1-2 




1 







Tinu'. 


1 

Ht.; 


H. M 

21 25 

22 10 


Ft,' 


7 3 


22 ,5t; 


70 


23 40 


6 ll 


12 ,31 


61 


13 29 


5 8 ' 


14 33 


5-6 


15 41 


56 


16 46 


5-8 


17 38 


00 


18 19 


0-2 


18 ,51! 


6-4 


19 31 





20 4 


67 


20 30 


07 


21 10 


7 


21 45 


(I'll I 


22 21 


0-6 


22 59 


5 


23 44 


(;-3 


12 31 


59 


13 30 


ti 1) i 


14 33 


O'l 1 


15 40 


0-2 1 


16 45 


60 


17 41 


7-0 


18 34 


73' 


U) 25 


7-5 


20 13 


7 


20 59 


7-5 



Forenoon. 


Afternoon. 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


H.M. 


Ft. 


H M 


Ft. 


3 12 


ti ;! 


15 2S 


14 


4 2 


10 


10 18 


17 


4 .54 


1-2 


17 12 


21 


5 51 


15 


18 13 


2 5 


53 


\X 


19 20 


2-8 


7 .54 


21 


20 26 


30 


8 .55 


2 3 


21 29 


3 


9 52 


2 4 


22 27 


2-9 


10 45 


2 4 


23 18 


27 


11 31 


23 






3 


2-5 


12 11 


2-2 


41 


2-3 


12 48 


2 2 


1 14 


2 1 


13 22 


21 


1 46 


1-9 


13 55 


o-o 


2 19 


1-8 


14 27 


22 


2 53 


1-8 


15 


2-3 


3 29 


18 


15 3;5 


2-5 


4 8 


1-9 


16 12 


2-6 


4 50 


2 


10 53 


2 8 


5 38 


21 


17 44 


2 9 


30 


2 '2 


18 51 


30 


7 48 


.)..) 


20 10 


2 9 


H 53 


.)-0 


21 22 


27 


9 .53 


21 


22 27 


2-3 


10 49 


19 


23 27 


1-9 


11 41 


17 






21 


1-5 


12 32 


10 


; 12 


1-2 


13 22 


1-6 


2 2 


10 


14 13 


17 


2 51 


10 


15 5 


1-9 



The Ti.MK. used is Standard Time, for the (!ntl> meridian; whi<'h is four hours slower than Greenwich Mean 
Time. It is cniiuled from lo .4 liours, from itiidniv'lit to iiiidniylu. 

Tile IlKiiiiiT is iiKasiired I'rnui a |ihiiie of rcfcrcn -e at unr hint hi'low | he Ie\il of Low Water at ordinary Sprinji; 
Tides; which is the daluiii of the .\dniiralt> Cliurls. Hence to olilaiu the hei.'ht aliove the Adniirally Datum, 
deduct rn foot from tlie liei^dit aliove ;,'iveti. 



*i >i 



ca 




ft 


h 


1 


1 

Hi 





M 


3 


'I'l 


4 


W 


5 


'1'! 


6 


F, 


7 


Su 


8 


S'.! 


'1 


.M 


10 


Tu 


11 


\y 


12 


Th 


13 


F 


14 


Sa 


15 


Su 


hi 


M. 


17 


Tu 


IS 


\V. 


19 


Th 


20 


l\ 


21 


■•s;! 


■».) 


Su 


2.i 


M. 


24 


Tu. 


25 


W 


20 


Th 


2i 


1'' 


28 


S;i 


29 


Su, 


30 


M 


31 


I'u. 



TllK Dry Dock.— To fiiul the deiilli of water on tlie sill 
HiKh Water as ahove jfiveii. 



jf tins dock at any tide, (((/(/ 22-4 feet to thelieight of 



[1900 



1900] 



TIDE TAIJLEH, HALIFAX. 



87 





\'rKK. 




VftkTiioon. 


riiiic. 1 


Ht. 


l(. M. i 


Ft. 


ir, 24 


(lit 


Iti Hi ■ 


11 


17 lU 1 


13 


18 7 ' 


17 


19 H 


21 


20 8 


2o 


21 12 


2-8 


22 IS 


3(1 


23 14 


30 


i'j 31) 


'i'l 


13 23 


2 


14 2 


1!( 


14 3(> 


111 


1") -,t 


lit 


15 41 


2 


u; 11 


2 1 


IC 3" 


2-2 


17 ! 


2'4 


17 42 


2 6 


18 24 


2-8 


I'.l 22 


2 It 


2(1 34 


2 It 


21 48 


2-8 


22 hi 


2!) 


23 r)3 


2 1 


12 2'.) 


1-3 


1 13 21 


110 



TIDE TABLES, HAUF AX-Coniinued. 



lVater. 



Afti'rnoon. 



Time. 

11 M 

1,-. 2S 
Hi 18 

17 12 

18 13 

19 20 

20 2ti 

21 29 

22 27 

23 18 

12 ii 

12 48 

13 22 

13 r>."i 

14 27 

15 
l."> 3."i 
Iti 12 
l(i 53 
17 44 



18 51 


20 10 


21 22 


22 27 


23 27 




12 32 


13 22 


1 14 13 


1 15 5 



Ht. 

Kt. 
1-4 
1-7 
21 
25 
2-8 
30 
30 
2 9 
27 

2 -2 
2 '2 
2 1 
2'2 
22 
2 3 
25 
2li 
28 
2 9 
3-0 
2 9 
27 
2 3 
19 

iti 
IH 
17 
19 



iiwich Mean 

iiiiviy Spriiitf 
iiliy Datum, 

tliclH'it'lit of 



MAY. 






i 
l! Til. 

2 W. 

3 Th. 

4 K. 
5l Sa. 



HUill Wateu. 

Foronodii. Afternoon. ! 



1,1 (w Water. 



Fon'iiooii. 



Tim.'. ; Ht.:Tim.'. iHt.i Time. Ht. 



Sii. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Til. 

F. 



12 Sa. 
131 Sii. 
14 M. 
151 Tu. 
16 W. 
171 Th. 
18' K. 
19 Sa. 
20l Sii. 
21 1 .M. 
22 1 Tu. 
231 W. 
24: Th. 
25] F. 
2ti! Sa. 
27 i Su. 
28; M. 
29 T\i. 
30l VV. 
31 i Th. 






1 Su. 

2 M. 



Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
F. 

Sii. 
Su. 



1« .M. 

10 Tu. 

11 \V. 

12 Th. 

13 F. 

14 Sa. 

15 Su. 
I'i .M. 

17 Tu. 

18 \V. 

19 Th, 

20 F. 

21 Sa. 

22 Su 

23 M. 

24 Tu. 

25 \V. 
21) Til. 
27 F. 
2M Sii. 

29 Su. 

30 M 

31 Tu. 



II. M. 

;!s 

10 24 
U 12 

'(') '8 

1 5 

2 9 

3 17 

4 20 

5 15 
II 4 
l> 48 

7 29 

8 9 

8 48 

9 2li 



Ft. 

(i-9 
H'7 

I 

6-2 



1 10 


4 


10 


44 


11 

i 


28 


! 'o 


27 


' 1 


27 


•) 


,34 


: 3 48 


i ■* 


58 


t; 


o 



7 1 

7 51 

8 3ii 

9 20 
10 4 



57 

5't. 

5 8 
liO 

(ii 
(;-3 

(14 
(i-4 
(!4 
(i » 

(;-4 
(ii 

(ii! 

02 
lid 
CO 
(12 
(14 
(i'ti 

(i7 
67 
67 
(i7 



H. M. 

21 43 

22 ''9 
2.3 17 
12 2 

12 .55 

13 52 

14 .55 

15 51 

16 4- 
'7 32 

18 14 
IS 53 

19 29 

20 4 
211 40 

21 18 

21 51 

22 4-i 

23 3 ■ 

12 1? 

13 i 
It c 

15 11 

16 18 

17 17 
l.S 12 
19 3 

19 .52 

20 39 

21 24 

22 8 



Ft. 

7-2 
611 
6 5 
(i2 
60 
5 9 
5-9 
(!0 
61 
63 
6\' 
67 
68 
6'9 
(i-9 
6-9 



21 ,59 


6'8 i| 


22 44 


67 


2:! 33 


tie, ' 


12 17 


6i 


13 9 


6 4 1 


It 8 


6 5 i' 


15 14 


no ,1 


16 18 


6 '8 Ii 


17 17 


7-0 



7 3 

7-3, 1 
7"' 

7-0 ; 

6-8 1 1 



II. Al. 

3 .39 

4 28 

5 20 

6 15 

7 12 

8 9 

9 3 
9 53 

10 39 

11 22 

6 .38 
1 16 

1 53 

2 31 

3 10 

3 51 

4 35 

5 27 
(i 24 

7 23 

8 'Jli 

9 .30 

10 29 

11 26 

9 

1 

1 49 

2 36 

3 22 

4 8 



Aflcinoon. 
Time. I Ht. 



Ft. 
11 
Ii 
16 
19 



2 6 
26 



2 1 I 

19 

17 

17 

16 

17 

1-8 

19 

2(1 

21 I 



•>■•> I 

2-2' 

17 

Ii 

1-3 

1-3 

Ii 

15 



H M. 

15 .5,S 

16 ,53 

17 .50 

18 49 

19 51 

20 50 

21 41 

22 33 

23 18 
23 ,59 
12 3 

12 12 

13 20 

13 57 

14 33 

15 U 

15 54 

16 46 

17 45 
IS ,53 
29 4 

21 15 

22 20 

23 16 

i'i 2.'> 

13 12 

14 2 

14 51 

15 40 

16 ,30 



, Ft. , 
I 2-2 i 
I 2-5 ' 
' 2-8 
; 3 
i3i 
,31 
3-0 

2-8 ; 
I 2-6 I 
' 2-3 I 

, - "• 
I 2i 

2 5 : 
■ 2 5 

2 5 
: 2 6 
! 27 , 
12-8 
' 29 
. 2-9 

2-8 

2 6 
: 23 
1 2-0 

2-!2 
■''2 ! 

I 2-3; 

I -■•* ' 
2 '5 . 



JUNE. 



JULY. 




Iiow Water. 





1 


Hum Water 


1 


Low \ 

Forenoon. 


V^ATER. 


2 


FoR-noon. Aftern 


oon. 
Ht. 

Ft"t 


Afternoon. 





Time. Ht. 
H. M. Ft. 


Time. 



H. M. 


Time. 

H. ^^ 


Ht. 

Ft. 


Time. ' Ht. 






H. M. ' Ft. 


1 


F. 


10 49 6-6 


22 ,52 


6-5 


4 55 


18 


17 21 2-9 


2 


Sa. 


! 11 3.5 ' 6'5 


23 37 


6-3 


5 42 


2-0 


18 13 30 


3 


Su. 




12 23 


6-3 


6 30 


2-2 


19 6 31 


4 


M. 


i (') 28 1 6-f) 


13 13 


6-2 


7 19 


2i 


20 31 





Tu. 


i 1 25 5-8 


14 5 


62 


8 9 


2'6 


20 53 30 


b 


W. 


1 2 24 5(i 


14 ,57 


6-2 


8 59 


27 


21 44 2-8 


7 


Th. 


3 25 5(i 


15 50 


6-2 


9 48 


2-8 


22 33 2-6 


8 


F. 


4 27 5(i 


16 42 


6 4 


10 36 


27 


23 20 2i 


9 


Sa. 


5 26 5 8 


17 31 


6-5 


11 22 


27 




10 


Su. 


6 19 5 9 


18 16 


67 


4 


21 


12 5 27 


11 


.M. 


7 3 6 1 


18 59 


6-8 


46 


1-9 


12 46 2-6 


12 


Tu. 


7 43 6-3 


19 40 


7 


1 27 


17 


13 28 2-5 


13 


W. 


8 23 6-5 


20 22 


7 1 


2 9 


1-5 


14 12 2-5 


14 


Th. 


9 4 ; 6-6 


21 6 


71 


2 52 


Ii 


14 58 2-5 


15 


F. 


9 46 1 67 


21 51 


7 


3 37 


Ii 


15 49 ; 2-5 


16 


Ha. 


10 29 i 67 


22 37 


6 9 


4 25 


1-5 


16 44 ! 2-5 


17 


Su. 


11 14 1 6-8 


23 25 


6-8 ■ 


5 16 


16 


17 46 1 2-6 


IS 


M. 




12 1 


6-8 


6 10 


1-8 


18 51 ! 2-5 


19 


Tu. 


6 \7 (15 


12 52 


67 


7 8 


20 


19 56 2-5 


20 


W. 


1 15 6-2 


13 49 


67 


8 10 


22 


20 ,59 2 4 


21 


Th. 


2 20 60 


14 50 


6 6 


9 12 


2i 


22 


2-2 


*>*) 


F. 


3 29 5-8 


15 53 


6-6 


10 U 


2-5 


22 59 


2 


2.3 


,Sa. 


4 38 5-9 


16 57 


67 


11 8 


2 6 


23 55 


1-8 


21 


Su. 


5 46 6-0 


17 55 


6-8 






12 3 


2-6 


25 


M. 


6 48 6-2 


18 46 


6'9 


6 48 


1-6 


12 ,56 


2-6 


26 


Tu. 


1 7 37 6i 


19 34 


69 


1 38 


1-5 


13 48 


2-6 


27 


W. 


8 22 ■ 6-5 


20 20 


6-9 


2 25 


1-5 


14 38 


2-6 


28 


Th. 


9 4 , 6-5 


21 4 


6-8 


3 9 


15 


15 25 2 7 


29 


F. 


9 43 66 


21 46 


67 


3 5) 


1-6 


16 8 


27 


30 


Sa. i 


10 21 j 06 

I 


22 27 


6-5, 


4 29 


1-8 


16 .50 


2-8 



Afternoon. 
Time. 1 Ht. 



AUGUST. 



H. M. 

17 33 

18 17 

19 4 

19 ,56 

20 53 

21 49 

22 41 

23 29 



Ft. 

2-8 
'.'■8 
2 9 , 
2-9 
2-8 ' 
2-6 
2 4 
2i i 



12 19 


1 2-6 


13 9 


2i 


13 58 


O-.j 


14 48 


2 1 


15 39 


2 


16 32 


2 


17 28 


2 


18 29 


2(1 


19 32 


2 1 


20 37 


21 


21 43 


21 


22 48 


2() 


23 17 


\V 


12 2 


2 8 


12 54 


27 


13 42 


2-6 


14 25 


2 6 


15 3 


•>5 






r w. 

2 Th. 

3 F. 

4 Sa. 

5 Su. 
M. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 



« 

I 7 

I 8 

9 

10 F. 

ir Sa. 

12 Su. 

13 M. 

14 Tu. 

15 \V. 

16 Th. 

17 F. 

18 Sa. 

19 Su. 

20 M. 

21 Tu. 

22 \V. 

23 Th. 

24 F. 

25 Sa. 
26. Su. 
27 M. 

•5 I' 28 Tu. 

5 ' 29 W. 

5 30 Th. 

■5 , ; 31 ' F. 



Hiuii Water. 



Forenoon. Afternoon 



Time. ' Ht. Time, i Ht. 



H. M. 

11 42 
1 

47 

1 ,38 

2 36 

3 42 

4 54 

5 55 

6 45 

7 32 

8 17 

9 1 
9 45 

10 32 

11 21 

■(') 4.5 

1 48 

3 4 

4 20 

5 .30 

6 27 

7 10 

7 46 

8 19 

8 50 

9 22 
it ,5,5 

10 29 

11 4 
11 41 



Ft. 
6i 
5 9 

57 
5 '5 
5i 
5-3 
5 *5 

5 9 

6 3 
67 
71 
7i 

7 5 
7i 
7-2 

62 

5-8 



,T'6 

5-8 
60 
6-2 
6 4 
6-5 
66 
(16 
6 5 
6 4 
6-3 



I H. M. i Ft. 



12 23 

13 7 

13 55 

14 48 

15 52 

16 59 

17 58 

18 51 

19 41 

20 30 

21 IS 

22 7 

22 57 

23 49 

12 12 

13 5 

14 3 

15 14 

16 30 

17 34 

18 28 



15 



20 


30 


21 


4 


21 


37 


22 11 


oo 


47 


23 


27 



6 3 
6-2 
6 1 
60 
6 1 
63 

6 6 

7 
72 
7 3 
7i 
7-2 
7'0 
6 6 
6-9 
66 
6-3 
6 

5 9 
60 

6 1 
6-3 
(ii 
6 5 
6 5 
6i 
6-3 
6i 
5 9 



Low Water. 

Forenoon. Afternoon. 



Time. Ht. Time. Ht. 



H. M. 

5 34 

6 12 

6 .5(1 

7 46 

8 43 

9 48 

10 53 

11 53 

.34 

1 21 

2 8 

2 56 

3 45 

4 36 

5 30 

6 27 

7 28 

8 35 

9 44 

10 ,50 

11 47 

21 

1 8 

1 46 

2 19 

2 ,50 

3 19 

3 47 

4 14 
4 44 



Ft. 

2-3 
2 5 

27 
2-8 
2 9 
2-9 
2-8 
25 
Ii 
11 
9 
08 
0-9 
11 

Ii 

1-8 
' 2'.' 
' 2-(l 
' 2-8 
2 9 
28 
19 
18 
1-8 
1-8 
1-8 
1-9 
2-0 
2 2 
2i 
2 6 



H. .M. 

18 8 

18 .58 

19 .56 

20 57 

21 .59 

22 57 

23 46 

i2 48 

13 41 

14 32 

15 22 

16 14 

17 9 

18 8 

19 10 

20 17 

21 25 

22 30 

23 29 

i2 3St 

13 25 

14 5 

14 38 

15 9 

15 38 

16 6 
1(1 37 

17 14 

18 2 



Ft. 

2 6 
2-6 
2 6 
2 6 
2i 
21 
18 

2i 
18 
1-6 
Ii 
Ii 
li 
1-6 

18 
2 
2 
21 
2 

27 
2 5 
2i 
2 3 
2 2 
"'2 
2-2 
2-3 
2 3 
2i 



The TiMK used is Standiird Time, for the (ioth nieriilian : wliieli js four hours slower than (ireeinvich .Mean 
Time. II is I'diiiiiril frniii (t lo ■.!4 lioiirs, from miiliiiiilil to niiiliiiii'lil. 

The llKiiiiir is measured from a jilaiie of reference at (nii' J'lxil helosv the level of Low Watf at lU'dinary 
S|)riiur 'I'idis: whii'h is the (latum of the .\diiiiralty Ci.arls. Ileiiee to olitain the heiyht aliove the Admiralty 
Itatiim. dedii it 1 (l fool fi in the height iiltow j,'i\en. 

TiiK. DiiY hiKK. -To liiid llie depih ol war«'r on tlie sill of this dock al any tide, tuhl 22i feet to the lu'i),'ht of 
HiKli Water as ahme jriveii. 



38 



TIDE TA15LKS, HALIFAX. 



[1900 



TIDE TABLES, HAUF AX -Continued. 



SEPTEMBER. 



C9 
1=1 



1 Sn. 

21 Su. 

3: M. 

4 Tu. 

5; \y. 

6! Th. 

7 P. 

8 Sn,. 

;• sii. 

10 M. 

11 Til. 

12 W. 

13 Th. 

14 K. 
!,-> Sii. 

It; Su. 

17 M. 

18 Tu. 
I'.i W. 

20 Th. 

21 F. 

22 .>^a. 

23 Su. 

24 M. 
2.') Tu. 
21) W. 

27 Th. 

28 1'. 

29 Sii, 

30 Su. 



Hidii Watkk. 



I,(>W AV'ATKlt. 



Forenoon. 1 Afternoon. Forenoon, i Afternoon. 



OCTOBER. 



Hid II Watkk. 



Low Water. 



Forenoon. Afternoon. Forenoon. lAftumoon. 



Time. , Ht.i Time. Hi. Time 



H. M 

11 

59 

1 53 

2 56 

4 8 

5 13 
G 10 

7 2 

7 51 

8 37 

9 22 
111 "8 
1(1 ,V, 

n 44 

(I 24 

1 28 

2 4U 

3 57 
5 5 
C, 

i; 40 

7 14 

7 47 

n 19 

S 5(J 

9 21 

!' ,)3 

ID 27 

11 4 

11 45 



! Ft. i 
; 57 

5 '5 

5-4 

5 4 
,5-7, 

1 1)-; 
' «■(; 

' 7-0 

' 7-4 

i77 
77 
( T) 
"•4 
7-0 
t)j 

' 5-9 ' 

5 
, 5i) 

57 
59 
(5-2 
(i'4 
fiH 
iV7 
ti 7 

1; r 
r,7 
6t; 

0-5 

6 3 



H, M 

12 21 

13 8 

14 6 

15 12 

16 24 

17 29 

18 2t; 

19 20 

20 11 

21 1 

21 5) 

22 39 

23 29 

i'j 3S 

13 44 

14 54 

16 r-i 

17 U 

15 111 

18 5:i 

19 2".l 

20 4 

20 38 

21 11 

21 46 

22 23 

23 2 
23 44 



16 5 


5-8 


17 13 


5-8 


IS 11) 


;;ii 


18 53 


6 2 



Ft. 

6'2 
61 
6 
61 

6 3 

lit; 

7 
7 3 
7 4 
75 
7 3 
70 
67 

66 
6-1 
5-8 
'.•8 
V8 
Ml 
•>2 
6 4 
6."i 
6 5 
r.'5 

i;3 

6-2 
6-it 
5 9 



H. M 

6 8 

7 " 

8 6 

9 16 
HI 27 
11 »l 

II 6 

57 

1 41; 

2 33 

3 21 

4 11 

5 4 

6 3 

7 7 

8 16 

9 32 

10 3.5 

11 32 

'(') .39 
1 15 

1 48 

2 18 

2 46 
.3 12 

3 39 

4 12 

4 .">') 

5 34 



Ml, 

Ft, 

2-8 
2 '9 
3'0 
30 
27 
J -3 
15 
1-2 

ro 

0-9 

10 

13 
16 
21 
2 5 

2-8 
2 9 
2 9 



Time. IHt.' - ^ 



H. .M. 

19 6 

20 12 

21 15 

22 15 

23 12 

i2 23 

13 22 

14 11 

15 1 

15 53 

16 47 

17 45 

18 48 

19 ,"i5 

21 4 

22 9 

23 i'l 



Ft. 

2 5 

2 '.5 

24 
•)■») 

lii 

rit 

1-5 

12 
11 

10 
12 

14 
17 
2 
21 

2 2 



2-8 


23 uli 


2 2 




. ..| .... 


0.7 








2 1 


13 5 


2 5 


21 


13 39 


2 3 


21 


14 9 


O-O 


21 


14 r>8 

1 ". »; 


21 


2 3 


15 36 


2 1 



24 
2 6 
2-8 
30- 



u; 10 

16 .50 

17 .35 

18 28 



2 3 
2 4 
2-0 



NOVEMBER. 



ai A 1 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Mt, 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


1 


H. M. 


Ft, 


H. M, 


Fl. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


1 M. 


n ;«) 


57 


12 3;? 


6-2 


1; 31 


31 


19 34 


2 5 


2 Tu. 


1 21 


57 


13 32 


HI 


7 40 


3-2 


20 41 


2 5 


3 W 


' 2 23 


5-« 


14 42 


6 2 


9 


31 


21 44 


2 3 


4 T'.i. 


1 3 32 


HI 


15 .54 


6 3 


10 10 


2 8 


22 43 


2 


5 h. 


4 38 


6-4 


17 3 


6t> 


11 11 


2 3 


23 37 


17 


6 Sa. 


5 39 


t;v 


18 3 


7-0 






12 6 


19 


7 Su. 


6 32 


7 4 


18 57 


7-3 


29 


15 


12 .58 


14 


8 M. 


1 7 21 


77 


19 49 


7-5 


1 19 


13 


13 48 


li 


9 Tu. 


1 8 9 


7-9 


20 40 


7-5 


2 8 


r3 


14 .39 


ro 


10 W. 


8 57 


7 9 


21 .30 


7 4 


2 57 


1-5 


15 32 


10 


11 Th. 


9 45 


7-8 


22 20 


71 


3 48 


17 


16 27 


12 


12 F. 


11) 33 


7'4 


23 12 


6 '8 


4 43 


21 


17 24 


1-5 


13 Sa. 


11 23 


7 






5 46 


2-5 


18 24 


1-8 


14 Su. 


8 


6 5 


12 17 


61; 


6 54 


2 '8 


19 27 


21 


15 M. 


1 7 


6'2 


13 16 


6 2 


7 .59 


3 


20 30 


2 3 


ir, Tu, 


2 10 


6-1) 


14 21 


5 9 


9 2 


31 


21 31 


2 5 


17 \V. 


3 16 


5 9 


15 33 


5-8 


10 2 


31 


22 26 


2-.) 


18 Th. 


1 4 21) 


HO 


16 43 


5 9 


10 .59 


30 


23 15 


?-6 


19 F. 


5 16 


n'2 


17 40 


61 


11 ,50 


2-8 


23 58 


2 5 


20 Sa. 


■ 5 59 


6-4 


IS 24 


62 






12 29 


2() 


21 Si. 


6 37 


61; 


19 3 


6-4 


34 


2-5 


13 2 


2-4 


22 .^l 


7 13 


6-8 


19 41 


H-5 


1 8 


2-5 


13 34 


2-2 


23 Tu. 


7 48 


6 9 


20 18 


tif, 


1 40 


2-5 


14 6 


2-2 


24 \V. 


1 21 


7 


20 54 


6-5 


2 11 


2 6 


14 40 


21 


25 'l"'i. 


8 53 


70 


21 29 


6-5 


2 41 


27 


15 16 


2 1 


26 !••. 


9 26 


6 9 


22 5 


6 4 


3 14 


2-8 


15 54 


2-2 


27 Sa. 


10 <l 


6-8 


22 43 


6 3 


3 ."ill 


30 


16 34 


2-3 


.._ Su. ; 


> 10 36 


67 


23 24 


62 


4 31 


.31 


17 17 


2-4 


29 .M. 


11 18 


6 6 






5 19 


3-2 


18 8 


2-5 


30 Tu. 


10 


6-2 


12 10 


6 5 


6 10 


3-3 


19 10 


2-6 


31 W. 1 


1 1 


6-2 


13 9 


B-4 


7 26 


33 


20 16 


2 5 



DECEMBER. 



a.' 












a 


a 


1 


Th. 


2 


F. 


3 


Sa. 


4 


Su. 


5 


M. 


fi 


Tu. 


1 


\V. 


8 


Th, 


9 


F. 


10 


Sa. 


11 


Su. 


12 


M. 


13 


Tu. 


14 


W. 


15 


Th. 


Ifi 


F. 


17 


Su. 


18 


Su. 



ITriiii Watku. 



FimiKKiii, !.\fternoon 



19 M, 
20i Tu. 

21 \V, 

22 'I'll. 

23 F. 

24 Sa. 

25 Su. 

26 M. 

27 Tu. 

28 \V. 
29' Th. 
30; F. 



Time. 

H. M. 

I 1 56 
2 57 
! 4 3 
I 5 5 
I 6 2 
■ 6 56 

7 48 

8 38 

9 26 

10 13 

11 1 
11 .50 

36 

1 31 

2 28 
; 3 26 
' 4 21 

5 11 

5 57 

6 39 

7 IV 
7 53 
s 28 
9 ,". 
9 39 

10 19 

11 6 

43 

1 36 



Ht. 

Ft. 

6 3 

6 5 
6-8 
7-> 

7-6 

7-8 

■ 8 

17-9 

I 7-8 

7-5 

I 7-1 

I •'■" 

1 6-5 i 

i I'' '4 ! 
I •■'■;' 

I 6-4 
1 HT, i 
I 6-8 
I 6-9 
1 7-II 
1 7'1 
71 

;7-i 

' 7-1 

7 

69 

' 67 
6 '8 



Time. Ht. 



H. M. 

14 M 

15 24 



16 36 


17 43 


18 41 


19 36 


20 28 


21 17 


22 4 


22 52 


23 43 



12 43 

13 44 

14 51 

15 56 

16 ,56 

17 .50 

18 36 

19 15 

19 ,52 

20 311 

21 9 

21 48 

22 28 

23 10 
23 54 
12 

12 .57 

13 ,59 



Ft. 

64 
64 
6-il 
69 
7'1 
73 
7-4 
7 3 
7-2 
70 
67 

6 4 
61 
6 

5 9 

6 
62 
6-3 
6 5 
61; 
6 6 
6 6 
61; 
6 6 
66 
6 '6 
67 
6'6 I 
6-4 I 



Forenoon. I Afternoon. 



Ht.'Time. Hi, i, a 





L 


Fore 11 


Time. 


H, 


M 


8 4'i 


9 


51 


10 


53 


11 


48 





.3 





54 


1 45 


•) 


37 


3 


31 


4 


28 


;> 


28 


! <! 


29 


7 


29 


8 


2S 


9 


21 


i 10 


16 


t 11 


4 


I 11 


47 


i 1 


29 


1 1 40 


') 


16 





53 


■ ;i 


33 


' 4 


17 


i 6 


10 



Low Watkr. 



Hiiiii Watku. 



Foreno(Mi. I Afternoon. 
Time. Ht.i Time. !Ht. 



liOW Water. 



Fiireiioon. I Afternoon. 



Time. Ht.jTime. 1 Ht. 



18 
8 29 



I'l 


II, M 


Fl 






1 H. M. 


I'l 


H .M. 


Ft. 


11. .\1. 


Ft. 


H. M 


Ft. 


3 1 


21 18 


24 


1 


Sa. 


2 33 


6-9 


15 8 


6-4 


9 36 


2-8 


21 53 


2 6 


2 8 


22 16 


■'■3 


• ) 


Su. 


3 ,35 


70 


16 18 


6 5 


10 38 


2-4 


22 51 


2 5 


'.'■4 


23 11 


"1 


,3 


M. 


4 36 


7 2 


17 22 


66 


11 35 


2 1 


23 45 


2-5 


21) 






4 


Tu. 


5 ,35 


7 '5 


18 22 


6-8 






12 28 


r8 


2 


12 41 


1-6 


,5 


W. 


1; 32 


7-6 


19 19 


7 


6 36 


2-5 


13 18 


1-6 


1-9 


13 .33 


1-4 


li 


''■(I. 


7 26 


77 


20 11 


7 1 


1 26 


2-5 


14 6 


15 


20 


14 24 


12 


7 


F. 


8 16 


77 


20 ,59 


7-2 


2 18 


2-5 


.4 ,54 


1-5 


21 


15 16 


1-3 


8 


Sa. 


9 3 


7-6 


21 45 


71 


3 12 


27 


15 43 


1-6 


2 3 


16 9 


14 


9 


Su. 


9 48 


7-4 


22 30 


7 


4 9 


2-8 


16 33 


19 


2 6 


17 4 


17 


10 


.M, 


10 33 


71 


23 14 


6-9 


5 5 


29 


17 2: 


21 


2'S 


18 1 


21) 


n 


Tu, 


11 19 


6 8 






5 ,59 


31 


18 15 


2-3 


3 1 


18 ,57 


2 3 


1" 


\V 


II 


67 


i2 8 


6-5 1 


6 51 


3-2 


i9 6 


2-6 


3-2 


19 .53 


2 5 


13 


Th 


49 


6 6 


13 3 


6-2 


7 42 


32 


19 53 


2-8 


3-3 


21) 48 


■,'7 


14 


I', 


1 39 


i;'5 


14 1 


6-0 1 


8 32 


32 


20 44 


30 


3-2 


21 .38 


2 8 


15 


.Sa, 


2 M) 


6 4 


15 


5-9 1 


9 23 


3 2 


21 31 


31 


3 1 


22 25 


2'.i 


'6 


Su. 


3 23 


r,-5 


16 1 


5'9j 


10 13 


3 


22 18 


31 


2',l 


23 9 


2 9 


17 


M 


4 18 


66 


17 2 


6'0 


11 2 


2-8 


23 4 


3 1 


27 


23 ,50 


2!l 


1,-i 


Tu, 


5 12 


67 


17 .'.S 


6 1 1 


11 48 


2-6 


23 49 


31 




12 27 


2 5 


19 


W, 


6 2 


6'8 


18 47 


6-3 






12 31 


2 4 


2 9 


13 4 


2 4 


2(1 


Th, 


6 47 


7 


19 30 


6-4 


6 33 


3 


13 13 


21 


2 9 


13 40 


1) 


21 


1'. 


7 '29 


7 1 


20 11 


66 


1 16 


2-9 


13 ,55 


20 


2-9 


14 17 


2 1 


22 


Sa, 


8 8 


7- 


20 50 


67 


1 58 


2-9 


14 ,38 


19 


2 9 


14 ,55 


•>-1 


23 


Su. 


8 46 


7 3 


21 28 


6-8 


2 41 


2-8 


15 22 


1-8 


3-0 


15 36 


2'1 


24 


M 


9 26 


7-3 


22 7 


6 9 


3 26 


2-8 


16 7 


1-8 


3 1 


16 20 


21 


• 25 


Tu. 


10 9 


7-2 


22 48 


7-0 i 


4 15 


28 


16 ,53 


19 


3 1 


17 7 


2 3 


26 


W. 


10 55 


71 


23 32 


70 


5 7 


2-8 


17 41 


2 


3;' 


17 .57 


2-4 


27 


Th. 


11 45 


6-9 






6 4 


2 '8 


18 32 


2"J 


32 


18 .50 


2 5 


28 


!•'. 


I) 19 


70 


12 39 


6-6 ' 


7 8 


2-8 


19 28 


2 1 


3 1 


19 47 


2-5 


29 


Sii. 


1 10 


7 


13 38 


6-4 


8 15 


27 


20 30 


2 6 


3-0 


20 .50 


2-6 


,30 


Su. 


2 6 


69 


It 43 


6-2 ; 


9 21 


2-6 


21 33 


2 7 








31 


M 


,3 7 


i\V 


15 ,53 


6 1 1 


10 22 


2 4 


22 34 


2-8 



The TiMK iKiMJ is Standard Time, for t)i(! Hillh nieriiliaii ; wliiili is four hours slower than Greenwich Mean 
Time. It is cuuiiled from i) In 21 liniirs, frnni midiii^hl In iiiidiiiL;lil. 

Tiie IlKiitiir ii iiica-iureil from a plain' nf icfiriiice al imr h'nl hehnv the level of l.ow Waier at ordinary 
Spriii;; Tides; wliieh is I he datum of Hie Ailiiiirally Cliarls. Hence lo olit.iin llie liei^hl ahoveCne Admiralty 
Datliiii, dediiel To litnt tioiil the lielLiht aliov ■,rive:i. 

I'liK I>uv l)o( K,— To liiid the de|ilh of wiitiu- 011 tlir sill ni lliis doeU ul any tide, nihl 22-4 feel to the height of 
lliyli Water as ahove Kiveii. 






15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 i 



2 



1 



1 1)00] 



TIDE TAHLES, QUEBEC, 



30 



TIDE TABLES, QUEBEC, 1900. 



I. M 


Ft. 


9 M 


2-5 


(I 41 


2 5 


1 44 


23 


2 43 


2() 


3 37 


17 


2 6 : 


19 


2 r,8 ' 


14 


3 48 


li 


4 39 


10 


-) 32 


10 


If, 27 


1-2 


17 24 


1-5 


18 24 


l-y 


19 27 


21 


21) 30 


2-3 


21 31 


2-5 


22 2ti 


2-;) 


23 15 


2fi 


23 58 


2-5 


12 29 


1 26 


13 2 


12-4 


13 34 


' 2-2 


14 1'. 


2-2 


14 40 


21 


15 If. 


21 


15 54 


2-2 


If, M 


2-3 


17 17 


2-4 


18 8 


2 5 


19 10 


2-6 


20 16 


' 2-5 


f.VlVA 


I. 



Ht. 



1 M 


Ft. 


21 53 


2-6 


22 51 


2-5 


23 45 


2-5 


12 28 


1-8 


13 18 


IB 


14 6 


15 


■ 4 54 


1-5 


15 43 


1(1 


If, 33 


1-9 


17 2: 


21 


18 15 


2-3 


i9 f. 


2-6 


19 53 


2-8 


20 44 


30 


21 31 


31 


22 18 


i 31 


23 4 


,31 


23 49 


3 1 


12 31 


2-4 


13 13 


21 


13 55 


20 


14 38 


1-9 


15 22 


1-8 


If. 7 


1-8 


li; 53 


1-9 


17 41 


2 


18 32 


2"! 


19 23 


2 4 


•Jil 30 


2 6 


21 33 


! 27 


22 34 


2-8 


iwicli 


Mean 


at onl 


inary 


3 Adiii 


imlty 


If hull 


<ht of 



APRIL. 



Hitui Water. 



Low Water. 



2 >, 



Forenoon. ■ Afternoon, i Fon^iioon. i Afternoon. 



I Hu 
2i M. 
31 Tu 
4i W. 

5 Th. 

6 F. 
7 1 Sa. 
8i Su. 
9i M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

Sa. 

Sn. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 



j Time. 
! H. M. 

r. 32 

7 33 

8 16 
I 9 2 
I 9 52 
1 10 49 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
o= 

2t'> 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Sa. 

Su. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

Ha. 

Su. 

M. 



7 
12 
11 

3 
48 
24 

5 54 

6 22 

6 49 

7 17 

7 48 

8 25 

9 10 

10 3 

11 6 



Hi.' 

' Ft. ^ 
17-9 
17-8 
17-6 
171 

;i6-4 

15-5 

12-8! 
13-3 
14 1 
150 
13 6 
15-9 
160 
161 



21 
27 
26 
18 
3 
45 
6 27 



14-2 
!l5 1 
161 
17-2 
17-9 
18-3 
18-5 



Tune. 

H. M. 

19 21 

20 6 

20 53 

21 44 

22 42 
23»,33 

12 

13 16 

14 26 

15 27 

16 17 

17 4 
n 45 

18 20 

18 50 
: 19 17 

19 46 

20 20 
, 21 

21 46 

22 42 
, 23 58 
' 12 21 

13 39 

14 48 

15 48 

16 42 

17 32 

18 20 

19 6 



lit.! Time, i Ht. Time. ! Ht. 



Ft.; 
16-3: 

15 7' 
14-9 
14 1 
13-3 
12 -8 
14 7 
14 4 
146 
150 
15-4 
15-5 
15-4 
151 
148 
14 6 

!l4-5 
il4 6 
il4-5, 
14-4 
14 1 
il3-9 
15-9 
158 
|16-1 
166 

16 7 
16 7 

;i63 
15-9; 



M. 

'6 
3) 

5 
39 
27 
20 
21 

8 30 

9 3.5 

10 34 

11 27 



29 ' 


13: 


1 1 38 ' 


2 14 : 


2 51 ' 


3 29 


4 10 


4 57 


1 5 52 


1 7 


' 8 13 


: 9 21 i 


: 10 2f, , 


; 11 26 


'o 34 


1 1 20 



Ft. I 

0-5 ' 

9 

15 

2-2 ; 

2-9 i 

3-6 

4 1 , 

4 4 

4-2 
, 36 
; 2'8 1 
I 2-2 j 

9/3 

2-5 

27 

2 9 

30 

30 

31 

3-2 , 

3-4 ; 

3 '5 ' 

33 

2 6 

1-8 

10 

14 

17 , 



H. M. 

14 14 

15 1 

15 49 

16 38 

17 29 

18 24 

19 24 

20 26 

21 27 

22 22 

23 11 
23 53 
12 13 

12 .5;. 

13 3j 
U 14 

14 54 

15 35 

16 18 

17 3 

17 52 

18 48 

19 52 

20 57 

21 58 

22 54 

23 46 

12 21 

13 12 

14 1 



Ft. 
02 
0-4 
11 
19 
27 
3 5 
3-8 
3-8 
35 
29 
24 
22 
19 
18 
1-9 
21 
2 4 
26 
2'8 
30 
33 
35 
34 
3-0 
23 
!■>'. 
1-4 
06 
0-5 
07 



MAY. 



2^ 'i 

o ft 



JUNE. 



IltoH Water. 



Fo'-enoon. I Afternoon. 



Low Wateu. 
Forenoon. ! Afternoon 






1 1 Time. ' lit. i Time. I Ht.M Time. ! Ht. Time. Ht. 



F. 

Sa. 
8u. 
M. 

Tu. 
61 W. 

7| Th. 

8 F. 

9l Sii. 
lOi Su. 
Ill M. 
121 Tu. 
13i W, 
141 Th. 
151 F. 
16! ^O'' 
17| Hu. 
18! M. 
19! Tu. 
20; W. 
21 1 Th. 
22 1 F. 
23. Ha. 



I H. M. 

' 8 19 
' 9 8 
i 10 1 
I 10 59 

■(■) 54 

1 1 55 

2 47 

3 34 

4 15 

4 52 

5 26 
5 58 

32 

9 

50 

38 



24 
25 



Hu. 
M. 



26' Tu 
27' W. 

28; Til. 

201 F. 
30, Ha. 



6 
7 
7 
8 
9 31 

10 28 

11 33 

10 

1 24 

2 30 

3 2!', 

4 20 

5 7 

5 51 

6 33 

7 16 

8 



il7-5' 
170 
il6-4 

,147 
|15 
1 15-3 
15-8 
J6 2 
16-5 
16-9 
17-3 
178 
1.'<'2 
18-4 
183 
17 7 
16 -8 
IV 7 

15 6 
1..7 

16 1 
If, -6 
170 
!7-3 
17-4 
17 

17 2 
170 



H. M. 

21 5 

21 57 

22 52 

23 51 

12 4 

13 16 

14 20 

15 16 
If. 5 

r- 47 
i; 24 

17 57 

18 28 

19 2 

19 40 

20 23 



Ft 

14-8 
14 

14 6 
14-5 
150 
145 
14 4 
14 4 
14 5 
14 4 
14 4 
14 3 
l-!'5 
14-8 
15-2 
15-6 



H. M. 1 


i 3 5, 


, 3 49 : 


4 35 


! 5 23 


1; 6 14 


7 13 


8 19 



18-3 


21 12 


15 S 


17 7 


22 5 


15-8 


16-8 


23 4 


15 7 


IV 7 






15 6 


12 50 


14 9 


1..7 


14 6 


14-5 


16-1 


15 13 


14-3 


If, -6 


16 8 


14 4 



9 21 

10 20 

11 14 

"6 4 

45 

1 25 

2 6 

2 50 

3 38 

4 30 

5 2f, 



Ft. 
30 
32 
34 
37 
4 
4 2 
42 
39 
3 4 
3 

3 4 
32 
2 9 
2 6 
2 4 
2-2 



li) 55 

17 41 

18 26 

19 10 

19 53 

20 37 



14-5 
14 6 
14 6 
14 7 
14 8 
14 9 



f. 25 


30 


7 30 


33 


8 40 


3-3 


9 52 


3-0 


10 ,57 


24 


11 52 


1-9 



33 

1 19 

2 4 
2 48 



2 8 
27 
2 6 
2 5 



H. M. 

15 50 

16 31 

17 14 

17 59 

18 47 

19 40 
21) 38 

21 35 

22 29 

23 19 
12 3 

12 48 

13 31 

14 12 

14 .52 

15 33 

16 17 

17 5 

17 ,5( 

18 52 

19 53 

21 

22 2 

22 56 

23 46 

12 41 

13 26 

14 9 

14 49 

15 27 



Ft. 
23 
''1 

3 
34 
37 
39 

4 
3-8 

■J.7 

3 5 
27 
2-5 
2-3 
22 



1 J\i. 

2 W. 

3 Th. 

4 F. 

5 Ha. 

6 Hu. 

I 7 M- 

8, Tu. 

I 9 W. 

10: Th. 

11 F. 

12i Sa. 
131 Hu. 
14! M. 

15 Tu. 

161 W. 

|17| Th. 

;i8| F. 

1 191 Ha. 
I20! Hii. 

2r M. 

122 Tu. 
23 W. 
124 Th. 
I25; F 
:26 Ha. 
,27 Hu. 
,28: M. 

29 Tu. 

30 W. 
311 Th. 



Hidii Water. 

Forenoon. Afternoon, 



Time.' Ht.lTime. 1 Ht. 



H. M. 

7 10 

7 54 

8 39 

9 27 

10 21 

11 33 

31 

1 37 

2 39 

3 31 

4 13 

4 31 

5 25 

5 55 
u 22 

6 51 

7 24 

8 4 

8 30 

9 43 

10 45 

11 .58 

44 

1 56 
3 3 



Ft.! 

18-3 

18 

17 -5 

169 

16 1 

15-3 

139 

14 2 

148 

15 -5 

16 1 

16-4 

165 

16 7 

170 

170 

IS'O: 

183 

183 

178 

170 

162 

15- 1 

15-7 

16- 6 

173 

17-9 

18-2 

183 

181 

17-9 



H. M. 

19 51 

20 34 

21 23 

22 18 

23 22 

12 48 

13 56 

14 .57 

15 50 

16 36 

17 16 

17 ,50 

18 20 

18 48 

19 18 

19 55 

20 39 

21 30 

22 27 

23 34 

is ii 

14 27 

15 32 

16 24 

17 12 

17 .58 

18 43 

19 29 

20 16 



Ft. 
15 4 
149 
14-4 
140 

138 

[ 

il4-9 
il48 
,150 
!l5-2 
:i5-3 
15- 1 
14-8 
14-6 
14-6 
147 
149 
15 1 
15-2 
13 
115-0 



Low Water. 



15 7 
:i5-6 
15 7 
15 7 
15 7 
15-5 
15 -3 
15 
14-9 



Forenoon. 


Afternoon. 


Time. [ Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


2 4 


2 


14 48 


1-2 


2 47 


2-4 


15 33 


17 


3 29 


2-9 


16 17 


2-3 


4 12 


3 3 


17 2 


2-9 


■\ 58 


3 8 


17 48 


3-4 


5 48 


4-2 


18 39 


3-8 


6 45 


4-5 


19 36 


40 


7 52 


4-4 


20 34 


3 9 


9 


4 


21 30 


37 


10 3 


3-4 


22 21 


3-3 


10 ,57 


2-8 


23 8 


31 


11 46 


2-5 


23 52 


31 


. . . . 




12 30 


2-4 


32 


3-2 


13 U 


2-5 


1 9 


33 


13 50 


2-5 


1 46 


3 3 


14 29 


26 



2 25 

3 7 

3 54 

4 46 

5 43 

6 45 

7 52 
9 1 

10 8 

11 9 

'9 

55 

1 39 

2 22 



3-2 
31 
3 
31 
33 
3-5 
3-3 
31 
2'5 
1-8 

2 4 
2-5 
27 
2-9 



10 

15 33 

16 38 

17 27 

18 20 

19 17 

20 20 

21 26 

22 30 

23 21 
12 3 

12 56 

13 43 

14 27 
13 9 



2-6 
27 
2-9 
30 
3-2 
33 
33 
3'0 
27 
2-3 
1-4 
1-3 
14 
17 
20 



JULY. 



2 


1 
> 1 


:« 


.-8 


Q 


a 1 


1 


Hu. ■ 


2 


M. 'i 


3 


Tu. 



Htdii Water. 



Forenoon. 'Afternoon. 
Time. Ht. 1 Time. ! Ht. 



W. 

' 5 Th. 

(i F. 

7 Ha. 

8 Hu. 

9 M. 

10 Tu. 

11 W. 

12 Th. 

13 F. 

14 Ha. 



2 


15 


Hu. 


1 1-9 


16 


M. 


1 2-0 


17 


Tu. 


1 •'•2 


18 


W. 


2-5 


19 


Th. 


; 3-0 


21 


F 


1 34 


21 


Ha. 



3-5 
34 
3 2 
2 9 
1-6 
1-6 
16 
1-8 
2 



22 Hu. 

23 M. 

24 Tu. 

25 W. 

26 Th. 

27 F. 

28 Ha. 

29 Hu. 

30 M. 

31 Tu. 



H. M. 

8 48 

9 33 

10 26 

11 28 

'6 ,58 

1 53 

2 52 

3 39 

4 20 

4 57 

5 34 

6 13 

6 55 

7 40 

8 28 

9 19 

10 13 

11 13 

'0 ,5,3 

2 

3 3 

4 

4 52 

5 38 

6 21 

7 2 

7 42 

8 21 

9 2 



Ft. '■ 
16 -6 
'60 
15-4 
,14-6 

14-5 

14 7 
150 

15 5 
16- 1 
If, 7 
17 2 
17 7 
18-0 
180 
17 7 

117-0 
■160 
14-8 

15-2 
15-2 
15-5 
15-9 
16-2 
16-4 

16 5 
16-3 
16- 1 
15-8 

!l3-4 



H M. 

21 23 

22 12 

23 4 
23 ,59 

12 33 

13 :;8 

14 40 

15 33 

16 16 

16 55 

17 33 

18 10 

18 48 

19 28 
2) 11 

20 57 

21 47 

22 42 

23 44 

12 24 

13 40 

14 49 

15 43 

16 41 

17 28 

18 12 

18 5t 

19 35 

20 15 

20 54 

21 32 



Low Water. 



Forenoon. ! Afternoon. 
Time. ' Ht. i Time. ' Ht. 



Ft 
14-9 

14-9 
U-8 

14 6 
13-8 
13-4 
13-2 
13-311 
I3-5I 
138; 
14-2, 
14-61 

h> oi 
160 
16-3 
'6-3 

15 91 
15-5; 
I37I 
13.0 
12-81 
131 
13-5 
13 9 
14-3 
14-6 
14-8 
15 
15-1 
150 



H. M • 

3 31 

4 13 

4 56 

5 42 

6 34 

7 33 

8 40 

9 45 

10 40 

11 31 

'u is 

1 6 

1 53 

2 39 

3 26 

4 16 

5 9 

6 5 

7 8 

8 20 

9 31 

10 36 

11 34 

'0 iii 

1 4 
1 47 

2 27 

3 6 
3 46 



Ft. 

2-5 

2-6 , 

2-8 

3-2 

3-6 

3-9 

4 

3-6 

31 

2-5 

2-i3 

1-8 

1-4 1 

11 

10 

1-2 

17 

2-4 

3 

3-3 

3-2 

2-5 

1-9 

2-4 
21 
1-8 
1-6 
; 1-7 
i 1-8 



H. M. 


Ft. 


16 3 


2-2 


16 40 


2-4 


17 19 


2-6 


18 2 


3-0 


18 50 


3-4 


19 44 


3-8 


20 44 


3-8 


21 43 


3-7 


2^ 3S 


3 3 


23 29 


2-8 


12 19 


20 


13 5 


1-5 


13 ,50 


1-1 


14 33 


0-8 


15 16 


0-7 


16 


0-9 


16 45 


1-3 


17 31 


1-9 


18 21 


2-6 


19 22 


3-2 


20 29 


3-6 


21 33 


3-7 


22 34 


;i-3 


23 3) 


2-8 


12 23 


1-4 


13 3 


1-2 


13 41 


1-2 


14 16 


1-3 


14 50 


1-4 


15 25 


. 1-6 


16 2 


1 1-8 



The Tr.MK useil is ICaHlcrn Standard, for tlie 75tli meridian ; whicli is five hours slower than Greenwich Mean 
Time. It is counted from to 24 hours, from niiiliiiH;lit to niidiiii^ht. 

The llRiGiiT is measured from the level of Low Water al orilinury Sprinj,' Tides ; tliat is, from the same datum 
as used for the Admiralty Chart of l^uehee Harbour. 

liKViH Dry Do'jk.— To find the depth of water on the sill of this dock]at any tide, add "'T [feel to the height 
of HiKh Water as above ^'iven. 



hi 



40 



TIDE TAHLKS, IJUEMKC. 



[1900 



TIDE TABLES, QUEBEC^^' ''»""/. 



AUGUST. 





>* 


IS 





1 


W. 


2 


Th. 


3 


F. 


4 


Ha. 


5 


Su. 


6 


M. 


7 


Tu. 


8 


W. 


9 


Th. 


10 


F. 


11 


Sa. 


12 


Hu. 


13 


M. 


14 


Tu. 


15 


W. 

rrtx. 



Hkih Watku. ' 
Forenoon ' Afti'i-iioon. 



liow Watku. 



Poicnoor 



Time. | 


H. M. 1 

9 40 

10 35 ' 

11 32 


44 



Ht. Time. 



16: Th. 

17 i F. 
18; Su. 
19: Sii. 
201 M. 
21 1 Tu. 
22! W. 
23| Th. 
24 F. 
25- Sa. 
26| S\i. 
2?! M. 
28i Tu. 
291 W. 
30 Th. 
31 1 F. 



1 

2 53 

3 48 

4 37 
a 22 
6 6 

6 49 

7 32 

8 15 

9 
9 53 

10 55 

2i 

1 39 

2 49 

3 45 

4 36 

5 23 

6 7 

6 48 

7 26 

8 2 

8 36 

9 9 
9 44 



Ft. I 
14-7 
140 
130 

I 

14-1 
14-3 

'14-8 
15-6 
10 -3 
17 
17-4 

.I7-6 
17 4 
17 
16-2 
15 1 1 

.13-8 

jl4-6' 
'l4-2 
U 4 

14 U 

15-3: 

15-5 

15 
15 
15 4 
15 ') 
14 
141 
'13-5; 



H. M. 

22 11 

22 53 

23 43 

12 38 

13 40 

14 50 

15 42 
10 2'." 
17 12 

17 53 

18 33 

19 13 

19 54 

20 30 

21 21 

22 12 

23 11 

12 3 

13 15 

14 32 

15 38 
10 30 
17 10 
17 59 
IS 38 
19 13 
19 41) 
2(1 17 
21 i 47 
21 18 
21 53 



Ht. Thnf. lit. 



Afternoon- 
Time. Ht. 



Ft. 

15-0' 
14" 

14 4, 
12 3 
12 1 
12-3 
12-8 
13- 5 
14-2 
149 
15-6 
10-2 
10 
10-8 
10-5 

10 

15 3 

12 

11 9 
U 9 
12-5 

13 2 

13 

14 4 
148 

15 O: 
15- 1; 
152| 
15-2 
15-3 
15-21 



H. 



10 10 

11 
11 57 

2 

52 

1 39 

2 25 

3 12 

4 1 

4 52 

5 40 

6 45 

7 52 
9 9 

10 18 

11 10 
11 58 

3 

49 

1 30 

2 7 

2 43 

3 20 

3 59 

4 40 



I Ft. 

2 

2 5 

i 30 

3-5 

I 3-8 

I 3-0 

I 2-9 

' 2 

: 1- 
12 

5 

; 

i-O-2 

1-0-2 

0-2 

10 

jl-8 

,3-2 

3-1 

i 2-0 

1-8 

! 13 

: VS 

' 14 

1-1 

i 1-0 

1 12 

1-7 
I 2-1 



H. M. 

10 41 

17 22 

18 7 

19 

20 3 

21 8 

22 10 

23 8 

i'j 4.5 

13 30 

14 13 

14 .54 

15 34 
10 10 
17 3 

17 54 

18 51 

19 50 

21 

22 12 

23 11 

i'i 42 
13 21 

13 55 

14 27 

14 .59 

15 31 
I 16 5 
I 10 42 



iFt. 
2-0 
2-4 

' 2 '9 
3 4 
3 
3 4 
2-8 

|2'0 

! 6% 

01 
-0-2 
-01 
(1-2 
0-8 
1-6 

2 4 

3 3 
3-8 
3 8 

, 3-3 
: 2-5 

i I'-'o 

I 11 
■ 12 
' 1-4 
16 
19 
i 2-2 



SEPTEMBER. 



2 >. 



1 Sa. 

2 Su. 
M. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
F. 
Sa. 

9 Su. 
10 M. 
U Tu. 

12 W. 

13 Th. 

14 F. 

15 Sa. 

16 Su. 

17 M. 

18 Tu. 

19 W. 
,20 Th. 

21 F. 

22 Sa. 

23 Sn. 

24 M. 

25 Tu. 

20 W. 
:27 Th. 

28 F. 

29 Sa. 

30 8u. 



OCTOBER. 



2' 
a 



M. 

Tu. 
W 
Th. 
F 

Sa. 
Su. 



Hid II Watkh. 



Low Watkk. 



Forenoon. Afternoon. ! Forenoon, ' Afternoon. 



6 
7 

8' M. 

9 Tu. 

10 W. 

11 Th. 

12 F. 

13 Sa. 

14 Su. 

15 M. 
10 Tu. 
1/ W. 

18 Th. 

19 F 
20 : Sa. 

21 Su. 

22 M. 

23 Tu. 

24 W. 

25 Th. 

26 F. 
27' Sa. 

28 Su. 

29 .M. 
.30 Tu. 
31 W. 



H. M. 

10 43 

11 50 

ti 

1 20 

2 42 

3 40 

4 39 

5 28 

13 

6 57 

7 42 

8 29 

9 18 

10 11 

11 14 

'6 36 

1 52 

2 58 

3 50 

4 4)'> 

5 28 

6 5 
38 

7 9 

7 ,38 

8 9 

8 44 

9 25 

10 12 

11 22 



Ft. 
120 

12 3 
14-9 
14 8 
15-3 
15-9 
10-4 
10 
10-5 
10 
15-4 
14 7 
IL' 8 

13 II 

12 3 

13-9 
'3-8 

14 1 
14-5 
14-8 
14-8 
14-5 
14 1 

13 7 
13-4 
13 3 
13-5 
13-4 
13-3 
13-2 



H. M. 

22 57 

i3 io 

14 32 

15 31 
10 21 
17 

17 48 

18 28 

19 9 

19 ,52 

20 38 

21 27 

22 21 

23 21 

12 20 

13 40 

14 42 

15 38 
10 25 
17 6 

17 43 
1,S 10 

18 46 

19 13 

19 39 

20 10 

20 4S 

21 34 

22 32 

23 41 



Ft. 

15-2 

12 4 
13-3 

14 4 

15 
10 
17-3 
177 
177 
17 -5 
17 
10 3 
15 5 
14 4 

12 2 
12-5 

13 3 

14 1 
14-9 

15 5 
15-7 
15-7 
15-7 
15-9 

mv 

10-5 
10-7 
10-5 
,160 
lis 3 



H. M. 

5 50 

6 44 

7 40 

8 53 

9 56 
10 53 
U 45 

11 

1 3 

1 52 

2 40 

3 28 

4 17 

5 8 
(i 3 

7 1 

8 1 

9 
9 .50 

10 48 

11 33 

,39 



19 



30 
15 
50 
39 
25 
6 16 



Ft. I 
•''9 
31 
3-0 I 
2-5 i 
16 
08 
01 , 
-0-5 
-0 8 
-0-8 
■0-5 ■ 
02 
09 
1-8 
2-5 
3 1 ■ 
3-2 
3 
2-4 

20: 
I'-'l ' 

1'2' 

i-.") 

1 8 ' 

2 , 
2 2 
2 4 
2 6 I 
2-7 I 



H. AI 

17 48 

18 50 

20 3 

21 13 

22 17 

23 10 

i2 34 

13 20 

14 4 

14 48 

15 32 
10 17 
17 





19 2 

20 9 

21 14 

22 15 

23 10 
23 /)7 
12 12 

12 48 

13 23 

13 57 

14 .33 

15 12 
15 ,53 
10 37 

17 20 

18 27 



JFt. 
'j-'l 
i ,3-0 
I 2-8 
2-2 
1-2 
02 

■0-2 
-0-2 
01 
07 
13 
2 
27 
34 
38 
38 
3-3 
2 4 
17 
13 
17 
1-8 
2 
2 3 
2-4 
24 
2 4 



27 
2-8 



8 
(I 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
10 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
.30 



Hum Watkh. 



Forenoon. ! Afternoon, 



Time. | Ht.; Time. , Ht. 



H. M. 

10 28 

11 20 

1) 50 

2 9 

3 18 

4 12 

4 .59 

5 44 
27 
7 11 

7 57 

8 45 

9 36 

10 31 

11 35 

'i 
2 24 

ii 22 

4 15 

5 4 

5 48 
28 
7 4 

7 .30 

8 5 

8 X) 

9 9 
9 50 



Ft. ! 
il2-8 
il21 

|l4-3 
140 
15 4 
10- 1 
10-7 
17 1 
171 
10-7 
10- 1 
15-3 

14 3 
131 

il2;lj 

138 
13-9 
14-3 
14-8 

15 1 
15-2 
15 
14-7 
14-3 
13-9 

13 i; 

13-3 
13 



H. M. 

22 37 

23 3i; 
12 51 

14 4 

15 4 
15 57 
10 45 

17 28 

18 10 

18 52 

19 ,35 
211 19 
21 4 

21 ,52 

22 46 

23 51 
12 51 

14 6 

15 9 
10 3 
10 49 

17 31 
1,S 10 

18 45 

19 10 

19 44 

20 10 

20 39 

21 10 



Ft. 

14 9 

14-5| 
11-8 
11-9' 
12 -8j 
13-8 
14-8 
15-71 
16-5 
17-01 
17-2; 
17-2 
10-8^ 
10 1 

15-2; 

14 4 

iro- 

11-9 

12-Oi 
13-51 
14-31 

14-9 
15-3 

15-3 
15-4I 

115-5; 

1 15-7! 

;15-8 

100 

115 -•; 



liow Watkk. 

Forenoon. I Afternoon. 
Time. : Ht. Time. Ht. 



M. 



H 

";) 

19 

7 22 

8 28 

9 33 

10 32 

11 25 

'0 28 

1 20 
U 


48 
35 
24 
18 
22 



3 
3 
4 

5 

7 

8 39 

9 50 



Ft. 

* 2-6 
3-2 
3 4 

3 2 
2 6 

117 
I 0-8 

'-6-4 

i-0-8 
1-0-9 
-0-6 

-0-1 

! 0-8 

17 
2 
3-2 
3-2 
27 



10 42 


20 


11 28 


I'o 


'6 24 


li 


1 5 


9 ; 


1 44 


101 


2 21 


1-1 j 


2 57 


1-4 


3 35 


1-8; 


4 10 


2-2 ' 


5 1 


2-5 



H. M 

17 26 

18 21 

19 20 

20 35 

21 42 

22 40 

23 35 
12 13 

12 59 

13 44 

14 28 

15 11 
15 ,53 
10 37 

17 25 

18 21 

19 27 

20 40 

21 48 

22 47 

23 38 
12 9 

12 40 

13 20 

13 54 

14 27 

15 1 

15 30 
10 14 

16 57 



Ft. 
2-6 
I 30 
3-2 
3 
2-4 
14 
0-4 
00 
•0-4 
-0-5 
-0-4 
01 
0-8 
16 
2-5 
34 
3-8 
38 
3-2 
2 4 
16 
1-2 
1-2 
13 
15 
17 
2 
2-2 
2-3 
2-6 



NOVEMBER. 



Hioii Watku. 

Fonnoon. Afternoon. 



Low Watku. 



Forenoon. ' Afleriioon. 



Time. 1 Ht. Time. ; Ht jTinie. lit. Time. : lit. ~ £. 



Th. 
F. 

Sa, 

Su. 
M 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

V. 

Sa. 

S\i. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

'I'h. 

K. 

Sa. 

Su. 

.M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th 

F. 

Sa. 

,Su. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 



Time. 
! H. M. 



It. Time. Ht. 



1 2 

2 15 

3 18 

4 15 

5 6 

5 52 

6 37 

7 22 

8 8 

8 57 

9 .50 
10 54 

8 

1 19 

2 28 

3 27 

4 17 

5 I 

5 41 

6 10 
47 

7 14 

7 43 

8 19 

9 2 
9 53 

10 ,56 



Ft. I 

115-0 
15-2 
15 5 
15-8 
15-9 
15-11 
15 2 
14 7 
lt-2 
13 S 

13 3 
130 

14 1 
13-9 
14 I) 
14 2 
14 3 
112 
13 9 
130 
13 3 
13-2 
13 5 
13-,>-: 
141 
14-3 
14-3 



II. M 

12 43 

13 ,54 

14 56 

15 47 
10 .35 

17 21 

18 
IH ,50 

19 34 



20 
;i 8 
!2 1 

i.'i 2 



12 3 

13 9 

14 9 
1.. 4 

15 ,53 
10 35 
17 12 
17 45 
IS 15 
IS 43 
19 14 

19 49 

20 29 

21 15 

22 9 

23 20 
12 6 



Ft. li 
13-3 

141 : 

15-2:: 

16 3 
171 

17-7 : 
17-9 : 

17-8 : 

17-5 

170 
10 4 
15 7 ; 
14-8 1 
131 
13-3; 1 
13-9 
14-6 
15 2 
15 '5 
15 7 
15-8: 

15-8; 

10- 1 
10 5 
10-9 
1711 
17-0I 
10 4 
15-0 
14-3 



Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


7 15 


2-6 


19 39 


2-7 


8 18 


2 4 


20 49 


2-2 


9 21 


1-8 


21 54 


14 


10 20 


1-2 


22 50 


0-6 


11 15 


0-7 


23 54 


00 






12 6 


0-5 


47 


-0-3 


12 54 


0-6 


1 36 


-0-3 


13 40 


0-8 


2 23 


01 


14 25 


1-2 


3 8 


0-5 


15 9 


17 


3 53 


11 


15 ,54 


2-2 


4 39 


17 


10 41 


2-6 


5 27 


2 2 : 17 31 


3-0 


17 


27 


18 26 


3-4 


7 9 


3-0 


19 27 


3-5 


8 4 


3 


2 33 


3 3 


9 2 


2 9 


21 37 


2-9 


9 58 


2 


22 35 


2-2 


10 49 


2-3 


23 27 


17 


11 34 


2-2 






10 


14 


12 16 


2 3 


59 


10 


12 55 


2-4 


1 39 


17 


13 .32 


2-5 


2 10 


1-8 


14 9 


2-4 


2 ,53 1-9 


14 48 


2 3 


3 32 . 1-9 


15 ,30 


2-2 


4 13 1-9 


16 10 


21 


4 .58 2 


17 9 


2-2 


5 48 21 


18 8 


2-3 


44 , 2-2 

1 


19 14 


2-4 



The TiMK useil is Kaslern StMudard, forlli('75lh meridiiin ; which is fiv-e lioiirs slower than (Ireenwich Mean 
Time. It is eoiiiited from n to 21 licnii'.:. from inidiilLjIit to r ii(i.,!',i-ht. 

Tlio llKiiiiiT is ineiisiired from the le\cl ot !,ow Water ai crrdinury Sjirini; Tides ; ijiat is, from the s.'iiiie datum 
as used for the Admiralty Chart of (^iiielier llarlionr. 

Lkv Dry Doeii, To linil tlie dijith of w.itc-r ou the sill of this doi-li al any tide, /ji// 77 feet to the hei^'lit 
of Hiji-h Water as aliove jfiven. 



i 



1900] 



TIDE TABLES, ST. JOHN, N.B. 



41 



TIDE TABLES, ST. JOHN, N.B., 1900. 



lit. 

Ft. 

2 6 

3 
32 
3 

2 4 
14 
4 
00 
■04 

■or. 

-0-4 
01 
0-8 
1-6 
2-5 

3 4 
3-8 
38 
32 
2 4 
1-6 
1-2 
12 
1-3 
15 
17 
2 
22 
23 
2-6 



. M. 


Ft. 


) 3H 


27 


) 4',t 


•2-2 


1 54 


14 


i ,-)•! 


0-(l 


i .^4 


00 


> (1 


0-5 


.' 54 


0-6 


i 411 


0-8 


4 LT- 


12 


". '.1 


17 


i 54 


2-2 


; 41 


2t> 


( 31 


30 


* 2t; 


3-4 


t 27 


3-5 


33 


3 3 


1 37 


2-9 


! ;i5 


2-2 


i :'7 


17 


! i('i 


2-3 


; 55 


2 4 


i 32 


2T. 


1 '.i 


2-4 


t 48 


2 3 


i .31) 


22 


; It! 


21 


r it 


2 2 


< 8 


23 


1 14 


2-4 



JANUARY. 






1 M. 

2 Tn. 



HioH Water. 

Forenoon. I Afternoon. 



Low Water. 



Time. Ht.lTime. IHt.l 



Forenoon. 



Time. ' Ht. 



Afternoon . 



VV. 

Til, 



5 \'\ 

ti Ha. 

7 Sii. 

8 M. 

9 Tu. 

10 W. 

11 Til. 

12 V. 

13 Sa. 

14 Sii 

15 M. 
IH Tu. 

17 W. 

18 Til. 
19 1 V. 
20 ! .Sa. 
21 Hu. 

22, M. 

23, Tu. 
24 W. 
25! Til. 
2U| F. 
27 1 Sa. 
28| Su. 

29 M. 

30 Tu. 
31 1 W, 






1' Til. 
F. 



3 Ha 

4 Hu. 
5' M. 

6 Tu. 

7 W 

8 Til. 

9 F. 
10' Ha. 

11 Hu. 

12 M, 

13 Tu. 

14 W. 



15 
l(i 



Th. 
F 



17 Sa. 

U Su. 

19 .M 

20 Tu. 

21 W. 

22 Til. 

23 I'-. 

24 Sa. 

25 Su. 
21) M. 

27 Tu. 

28 W. 

29 Til. 

30 F. 

31 Ha. 



H M 
U 4 

11 55 

28 

1 21 

2 14 



7 
4 1 

4 57 

5 55 
() 56 

8 

9 2 
9 58 

10 48 

11 32 
6 
43 



5 27 
fi 19 



7 

8 9 

9 4 
9 58 

10 ,51 

11 43 



Ft. 

27 1 

27-8 

26-4 

267 

26-8 i 

265 

I 260 
25 4 
24-8 
243 
24-2 
24-2 
24 3 
24 5 
24-5 

123 2 
23-2 
23 3 : 
23 2 
23 T 
23 

,22 -8 

' 227 
227 
22-8 
23-3 
24-2 
253 
264i 
27 5 
28-3 



H. M 

23 35 

i2 46 

13 37 

14 29 

15 23 

16 20 

17 21 

18 25 

19 32 

20 40 

21 43 

22 35 

23 23 

i2 12 

12 50 

13 27 

14 3 

14 41 

15 22 

16 8 

16 58 

17 50 

18 44 

19 41 

20 39 

21 36 

22 31 

23 24 



Vt. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M. 


257 


4 55 


2-6 


17 22 




5 46 


17 


18 14 


281 


6 37 


11 


19 6 


28 


7 29 


0-8 


19 57 


27-5 


8 22 


10 


20 49 


26 J 


9 15 


13 


21 42 


25-4 


10 9 


2-0 


22 36 


24-2 


11 5 


27 


23 33 


23 3 






12 4 


227 


(( 34 


42 


13 10 


22-6 


1 42 


47 


14 19 


227 


2 48 


4-8 


15 24 


22 8 


3 48 


47 


16 21 


230 


4 41 


4 5 


17 10 


. . 1 


5 28 


4 3 


17 54 


24 4! 


6 10 


4-2 


18 33 


24-2 


6 49 


4-2 


19 10 


23-9 


7 25 


4 3 


19 45 


23-5 


7 59 


4 5 


20 19 


231 


8 34 


47 


20 54 


227 


9 12 


5 


21 32 


22-2 


9 54 


5-2 


22 14 


217 


10 41 


5-3 


23 2 


21-6 


11 32 


5-4 


23 54 


21-6 






12 27 


22 '0' 


si 


5-5 


13 26 


22-9' 


1 50 


5-0 


14 26 


241 


2 49 


4-2 


15 23 


25-3! 


3 45 


29 


16 17 


26-5: 


4 38 


17 


17 9 


.. 


5 30 


06 


18 



Time. Ht. 



Fr ' 
0-9 : 
02 
-01 
00 
06 
1-3 

2 3 

3 5 
3 4 
3-8 
40 1 
3-8 , 
3'5 I 
3 3 I 
33 1 
3-3 
3-5 

l3-8| 
I 4-2 
I 4-5 
4-9 I 

' 5-3 : 

5-5 

i57 ! 

I5-2 
4-6' 

' 37 I 
25 
1-3 
0-2 

1-07 



1' 

2 
3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15i 

16; 

17 

18| 

19 

I 20' 

21 

I 22 

I 23 

24 

I 25i 

i 26, 

i 27 

I 28, 



MARCH. 



1 Hi«H Water 


1 


' Low Water. 

1 




1 I''orenoon. 


Afternoon . j 


Forenoon. 


Afternoon . 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


' Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. AI. 


Ft. ! 


, H M. 


Fr. 


H. M. 


Ft, 


11 24 


28-4 


23 52 


28-2 


1 5 9 


-0-2 


17 38 


-0-8 






12 16 


287 


6 1 


-10 


18 28 


-10 


6 41 


28-5 


13 7 


28-3 


i 6 .52 


-12 


19 17 


-0-6 


1 31 


28-3 


13 57 


27-5 


7 42 10 


20 7 


0-2 


' 2 22 


277 


14 48 


26-3 


t 8 32 


00 


20 58 


13 


3 14 


26-5 


15 41 


24-8 


1 9 24 


1-2 


21 51 


27 


4 9 


25-3 16 39 


23-4 


10 20 


2-5 


22 48 


41 


5 8 


242 


17 46 


22-3 


11 21 


3 8 


23 53 


5-2 


(> 10 


23-2 


18 56 


217 






12 27 


47 


: 7 13 


227 


20 2 


21-6 


1 2 


57 


13 35 


50 


1 8 15 


227 21 1 


21-9 


2 8 


5 -ft 


14 39 


4-8 


9 14 


22-8 21 51 


22-5 


3 6 


5-2 


15 36 


4 5 


10 6 


233 22 34 


23". 


, 3 57 


4-6 


16 23 


41 


10 51 23-6 23 12 


23-5 


1 4 40 


41 


17 2 


38 


11 29 23-8, 23 48 


23-8 


5 19 


37 


17 37 


37 




12 4 


23-8 


i> Hi) 


3-5 


18 11 


3-8 


22 23-9 


12 37 


237 


6 28 


3-5 


18 44 


4 


55 24 


13 9 


23-4 


? 


3 5 


19 16 


4-2 


1 29 23-9 


13 43 


231 


7 33 37 


19 50 


4 4 


2 4 238 


14 19 


22-8 


8 9 39 


20 27 


47 


;; 41 23 7 


14 58 


22-6 


8 48 40 


21 7 


50 


i 22 23 5 


15 41 


22-3 


9 31 


4-2 


21 52 


5-2 


4 9 23-3 


16 33 


221 


10 21 


4 3 22 46 


5-3 


5 3 23-4 


17 36 


22 2 


11 19 


4-3 23 47 


5-2 


6 5 236 


18 44 


227 




. . 12 20 


40 


7 9 243 


19 .51 


237 


52 


4-5 13 23 


34 


' 8 12 25-2 


20 54 


25 


1 57 


3 5 14 28 


2 3 


i 9 14 2i;'3 21 52 


26-5 


3 


2-2 15 31 


13 


' 10 11 27 3 22 46 


277 


3 59 


OV 16 29 


l)-3 


11 4 27 -9 23 38 


28 3 


4 56 


-0-5 17 22 


-0-3 


11 55 


281 






5 46 1 


-12 


18 11 


-0-3 



FEBRUARY. 



Q ft 



Til. 

P. 

Ha. 

Su. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Til. 

F. 

Sa. 

Su. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Til. 

F. 

Ha. 

Hu. 

-M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Til. 

F. 

Sa. 

Hu. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 



HioH Water 



Forenoon. I Afternoon 



Time. I Ht. ' Time. 



H. M. 

15 

1 5 

1 55 

2 46 

3 39 

4 X) 

5 34 

6 37 

7 40 

8 41 

9 39 

10 32 

11 17 
11 54 

19 
.53 



26 

36 
15 
58 
46 
40 
39 
39 

8 38 

9 35 
10 30 



Ft. 

27-3 

27-8 

27 7 1 

27 -3 ' 

266i 

25 5 

24-5, 

237 

233 

23-3 

23-4 

237 

24 

240 

23 5, 

23 5 

23 5 

23-4 

23 3' 

23.21 

230 

22 8 1 

23 Oi 
23-31 
24 -21 
25-2 
26-5 
27 -6 1 



H. M. 

12 34 

13 25 

14 17 

15 10 

16 5 

17 4 

18 8 

19 15 

20 20 

21 21 

22 15 

23 2 
23 43 

i2 29 
13 3 

13 37 

14 12 

14 50 

15 32 

16 18 

17 10 

18 9 

19 12 

20 14 

21 13 

22 9 

23 2 



1 


Low Water. 


non.' 


Forenoon. 


Afternoon. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 


Ft.^ 


H.M. 


Kt. 


H.M. 


Ft. 


287 


6 21 


-0-2 


18 50 


-lO 


28-5 


7 12 


-0 5 


19 39 


-07 


277 


8 4 


-0-2 


20 29 


OO 


26 7 


8 57 


0-3 


21 21 


lO 


252 


9 51 


12 


22 16 


23 


23-8 


10 47 


2-4 


23 14 


3-6 


227 


11 43 


35 






219 


16 


47 


i2 54 


4-3 


21-8 


1 24 


5-3 


14 1 


4-5 


22 O 


2 30 


5-3 


15 4 


43 


22-5 


3 29 


50 


16 2 


40 


22-9 


4 22 


4 5 


16 51 


37 


23 2 


5 7 


4-2 


17 28 


3-5 




5 45 


40 


18 4 


3-5 


23 9 


6 20 


3-9 


18 39 


3-6 


237 


6 54 


3-9 


19 14 


3-8 


23-5 


7 28 


40 


19 49 


40 


23 2 


8 3 


41 


20 24 


4-3 


227 


8 40 


4 3 


21 


47 


22-3 


9 20 


4 5 


21 39 


50 


21-8 


10 4 


47 


22 23 


53 


21-6 


10 53 


4-9 


23 14 


5-5 


217 


11 50 


4-8 






22-2 


12 


5-5 


12 53 


44 


23-1 


1 14 


4-8 


13 56 


35 


24-4 


2 18 


38 


14 56 


2-4 


25-9 


3 19 


2-3 


15 53 


lO 


27-2 


4 15 


lO 


16 47 


OO 



APRIL. 








Hkih Water. ' 


Low Water. 


« 


Forenoon. 


Afternoon. 

1 


Forenoon. 


Afternoon. 


a 


Time. 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht! 


Time! 


Ht. 


Time. 


Ht. 






i H. M. 


Ft. 


H.M. 


Ft.) 


H.M. 


Ft. 


H.M. 


Ft. 


1 


Su. • 


1 26 


287 


12 45 


277 


6 35 


-11 


18 58 


0-2 


2 


M. 


1 1 11 


28-3 


13 36 


26 9 


7 23 


-07 


19 45 


10 


3 


Tu. 


' 1 57 


27-4 


14 28 


25 '8 


1 8 12 


0-3 


20 34 


2-2 


4 


W. 


2 47 


26-3 


15 24 


24-5 


1 9 3 


1-6 


21 27 


3-5 


i') 


Th. 


3 43 


251 


16 21 


23-2 


! 9 56 


30 


22 25 


47 


6 


F. 


4 42 


239 


17 21 


22-3 


1 10 53 


4-2 


23 27 


5 '5 


7 


Sa. 


5 43 


22-9 


18 23 


217 


11 51 


50 


. 




8 


Su. 


6 44 


22-3 


19 25 


21-8 


31 


60 


13 


5 '5 


9 


M. 


7 43 


22-2 


20 22 


22-2 


1 32 


5-8 


14 3 


a-3 


10 


Tu. 


8 39 


22-6 


21 13 


22-8 


2 29 


5-4 


14 58 


60 


11 


W. 


9 30 


230 


21 59 


23-3 


' 3 21 


4 9 


15 46 


4-5 


12 


Til. 


10 16 


23-3 


22 39 


23-8 


, 4 8 


4-3 


16 28 


4-3 


13 


F. 


10 56 


23-5 


23 15 


24-2 


, 4 50 


3-8 


17 5 


4-2 


14 


Ha. 


11 32 


23 7 


23 49 


24-5 


5 27 


3-5 


17 39 


4 2 


15 


Su. 






12 6 


237; 


, 6 2 


3-3 


18 11 


4 2 


16 


M. 


22 


24 6 


12 40 


23 •6' 


6 36 


3-3 


18 44 


4 3 


17 


Tu. 


56 


24-6 


13 15 


23-5; 


7 9 


3-3 


19 19 


4 4 


18 


W. 


1 32 


24-5 13 ,53 


23 3 


7 44 


3-3 


19 58 


4-5 


19 


Til. 


2 12 


24-5 14 35 


231 


8 24 3-4 


20 41 


4-6 


20 


F. 


2 57 24-4, 15 23 


230 


9 9 


3 5 


21 31 


4-8 


21 


Sa. 


3 47 243 16 18 


22-9 


10 


3 7 


22 27 


4-9 


22 


Su. 


4 42 24-2 17 18 


23 -21 


10 58 


3-8 


23 28 


47 


23 


M. 


5 44 


24-2 18 23 


23-6 






12 


37 


24 


Tu. 


6 49 


24-4 19 29 


24-5 


31 


4-2 


13 4 


3-3 


25 


W. 


7 56 


25 0, 20 30 


25 5 


1 35 


33 


14 9 


27 


26 


Th. 


8 59 


25-8: 21 26 


267, 


2 38 


21 


15 10 


20 


27 


F. 


9 M 


26-5 22 19 


27-6 


3 38 


lO 


16 8 


13 


28 


Sa. 


10 46 


26-9 23 10 


281 


4 34 


0-2 


17 2 


10 


29 


Su. 


11 36 


26 -81 23 .59 


281' 


5 26 


-0-2 


17 .52 


11 


30 


M. 

1 




. . 12 25 


26-5; 


6 16 


-01 


18 39 


1-5 



It 



The TiMK used is Staruiard Tinie for the 60th Meridian, wliiuli is 24 minutes faster than St. John Time. 
is counted from to 24 hours, from niidiiiyht to inidiii^rht. 

The IlKiorir is measured from the level of Low Water at Spring Tides, as a-scertained liy the tide ){auffe 
oliservutions themselves. (This level is apjiroximately 1'4 foot lower than the datum to which the tjoiindiiiKS on 
the Chart of St. Jotin Harliour are referred, as nearly as this can now Ije ascertained.) 



42 



TIDK TAI5I.KS, ST. JOHN, N.ll. 



[1000 



TIDE TABLES, ST. JOHN, N.B.- Co„rn„„-d. 



MAY. 



hi 



II 








d 





o 





1 


Til. 


2 


W. 


3 


Th. 


4 


V. 


5 


Sii. 


6 


Hii. 


7 


M. 


8 


Tu. 


9 


W. 


10 


'I'll. 


11 


F. 



HuiH Water. 



Low VVatk.u, 



Forenoon. Afternoon . ■ I Forenoon. Afternoon . 



JUNE. 



Time. Ht. Time. Ht. ' Time. Ht. ; Time. Ht. 



121 Ha. 
13, .Su. 
14 M. 
15' Tu. 
1(5: W. 
17 Th. 
18! P. 
19, Ha. 

20 Hu. 

21 M. 
22, Tu. 
?3i W. 
•' ' Til. 

F. 
z ' Ha. 
2V| Hu. 
281 M. 

29 Tu. 

30 W. 

31 Th. 



H -M, 

47 

1 a. 

2 24 

3 1,-) 

4 9 
,") (•) 
U ,") 
7 2 

7 rui 

8 4(> 

9 33 
10 17 

10 .•)7 

11 3."> 

30 

1 10 

1 ."i2 

2 37 

3 2ii 

4 22 
r 23 
fi 28 

7 3li 

8 39 

9 36 

10 29 

11 19 

24 

1 12 



Ft. 

27 7 
2t)-9 
2.")'9 
. 24 -8 
238 
22-8 
223 
221 
22 '2 

22 5 
23-.I 

23 2 

23 t; 
237 

2r)'3 
25','i 
25-5 
25 o 
25-2 
249 

24 t; 
24 6 

24 i; 
249 
25-3 

25 5 
.25'4, 

2fi'8 
2t)-2 



H. M. 

13 15 

14 (1 

14 57 

15 ,-)0 
Iti 46 

17 45 

18 43 

19 38 

20 28 

21 14 

21 56 

22 3.5 

23 13 
23 51 
12 13 

12 52 

13 33 

14 18 



15 
16 
17 
18 



19 10 

20 11 

21 8 

22 1 

22 50 

23 37 
12 7 

12 56 

13 45 



Ft. 
25-8 
25(1 
24 

23 2 
22-5 
22 2 
22 2 
22 5 
22 9 
23-5 
24 '0 
24-5 
24-8 
252 
238 
239 

24 
24 1 
24 1 

24 2 
24-2 
24-4 
25() 

25 6 

26 3 
26 '8 
27-2 

27 2 
25 3 
24-8 
24 3 



H. M. 

7 5 

7 53 

8 42 

9 32 

10 24 

11 19 

'6 si 

1 45 

2 36 

3 24 

4 6 

4 45 

5 23 

6 2 

6 42 

7 23 

8 7 

8 ,54 

9 44 

10 38 

11 37 

12 

1 18 

2 23 

3 24 

4 2i) 

5 10 

5 ,58 

6 45 

7 32 



Ft. 

04 
1-2 
23 
34 
44 
5'2 

lib 

57 
52 
45 
4 
3-5 
3 2 
311 
2 8 
26 

2 5 
2-6 
29 
31 

3 3 
37 
3 2 
2 5 
18 
14 
10 
11 
1-5 
21 



H .M 

19 27 

20 16 

21 7 

22 1 

22 57 

23 55 

12 17 

13 J5 

14 9 

14 ,59 

15 44 

16 i;4 

17 1 

17 39 

18 18 

18 5S 

19 39 

20 23 

21 12 

22 8 

23 8 

i2 42 

13 ,50 

14 54 
!5 .■)! 

16 43 

17 32 

18 20 

19 7 
19 54 



Ft. 
2 '2 
31 

4 2 

5 
57 
61 
57 
5-8 
5 6 
5 3 
5 
47 
4 5 
43 
4 2 
4 1 
4 
40 
4 
41 
4 



3-2 
3-8 



JULY. 



.1 



Hkih Watkk. 
F'oreiioon. Afternoon 



Time. Ht. Time. Ht 



1 Hu. 

2 M. 



W. 

Th. 
F. 
Ha. 
.Su. 
M. 
)0 Tu. 

11 W. 

12 Th. 

13 F. 

14 Ha. 

15 Hu" 
16, M. 
17' Tu. 

18 W. 

19 Th. 

20 F. 

21 Ha. 

22 Hu, 

23 M. 

24 Tu. 

25 W. 

26 Th. 
27! F. 
28^ H;.. 
29: .Su. 

3o: M. 

oil Tn. 



H. M. 

2 27 

3 i(J 

3 53 

4 37 

5 24 

6 15 

7 11 

8 8 

9 2 
9 52 

10 39 

11 24 



Ft. 
21'2 

23-5 
229 
22 4 
21 8 
215 
214 
21-6 
22 '2 
231 
24-0 
24 9 



High Watrh. 



J/iw Watkk. 



Forenoon. lAfternoon. Forenoon, i Afternoon. 

. ! . I 

Time. , Ht. ' Time. Ht. ; Time 



F. 

Hu. 



31 Hu. 

4: M. 

5 Tu. 

61 W. 

71 Th. 

8| F. 

9 Ha. 

lo! Hu. 

Ill .M. 

12 i Tu. 

13 W, 

14 Th. 

15 F, 
16: Sa. 
17: Hu. 

18 .M, 

19 Tu. 

20 W. 

21 Th. 



M. 


49 
39 
30 
22 
15 

8 

1 
52 



34 


23 


Ha. 


3-2 


24 


Hu. '1 


29 


25 


.M. 


26 


26 


Tu. 


24 


27 


W. 


2 5 


28 


Th. ', 


2-8 


29 


F. ! 



H. 

2 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
8 
9 39 

10 23 

11 5 
11 46 

8 

50 

1 34 

2 21 

3 11 

4 5 

5 4 
i 6 8 

7 15 
20 
21 



30 Ha. 



10 17 

11 9 
11 ,58 

11 

,58 

1 43 



Ft 

253 
24-4 

236 
22 8 
22 3 
219 
21-8 
220 
22 3 

22 8 

23 3 
238 
2f3 
26 2 
26 6 
267 
26-5 
262 
25 6 

24 9 
24 4 
23 8 
23 7 

23 8 

24 1 
24-2 
24-2 
257 
253 
247; 



H M. 

14 33 

15 22 

16 12 

17 3 

17 .^5 

18 48 

19 40 

20 30 

21 17 

22 2 

22 45 

23 27 

i2 29 

13 14 

14 1 

14 ,")0 

15 42 

16 39 

17 42 

18 46 

19 49 

20 48 

21 43 

22 34 

23 23 

12 45 

13 30 

14 14 



Ft. 
23-8 
23 3 
23-0 
227 

22 5 
22-6 
22-8 

23 3 

23 9 

24 6 

25 1 
257 

24'6 
250 
25-4 
25-5 
25 5 
25 3 
251 
25 
25 2 
25-4 
25 7 
25 9 
25-9 

24 1 
24 

23 7 I 



H. M. 

8 18 

9 3 
9 49 

10 38 

11 30 
2 

,58 

1 51 

2 40 

3 27 

4 12 

4 55 

5 37 

6 18 

7 

7 44 

8 31 

9 23 

10 20 

11 21 




Ht. Time. Ht. 



5 41 

6 27 

7 10 
7 52 



Ft. 

2 9 
3-6 
4-5 
52 
57 
6 
60 
57 
51 
4 4 
38 

3 1 
2-5 

2 
1-6 
1-5 
1-5 
1-8 
23 

3 
32 
33 
32 
2-9 
2-5 
2 3 
2-2 
24 
2-8 
3'3 



H. 

20 
21 
22 
23 

i2 
13 
14 
15 
15 
16 
17 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
21 
22 

i2 
13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
19 
20 



M. Ft. 

40 4 5 
26 5 

15 ; 5-5 

7 5-9 

24 : fi'-'o 

19 60 

13 5-8 

3 5 5 

49 ' 5 

32 ' 4-5 

12 40 
53 I 3-5 
36 3-2 
21 , 29 

9 I 2-6 

: 27 

55 I 2-9 

56 ; 3 

24 ' 3-6 

28 I 40 

31 ; 4 

32 ' 3-9 
26 3 7 

16 3-5 
3 3-5 

48 I 3 7 
31 40 

13 4'4 



AUGUST. 



23 


27-6 


1 10 


27 7 


1 59 


27 5 


2 52 


26 8 


3 5.) 


25-9 


4 52 


24 7 


.) ;.,) 


23-8 


6 .59 


23-0 


8 4 


227 


9 7 


227 


6 


22 9 


5S 


23-3 


1 45 


236 





24 7 


41 


247 


1 20 


24 4 


1 57 


23-9 


2 33 


23-5 




Hkmi Watbk. 



Ijdw Watkii. 



Forenoon. Afternoon.: Forenocm. Afternoon. 
I Time. Ht. Time. Ht. Time. 1 Ht. Time. ! Ht. 



H. M. 

3 11 

3 52 

4 40 

5 .34 

6 29 

7 25 

8 22 

9 17 



10 


It 


10 


5S 


11 


46 





( 





.'),) 


1 


44 


o 


35 


3 


29 


4 28 


,5 


3? 


6 


43 



I J,) 
9 
9 53 

10 42 

11 25 

i5 

5:) 

1 24 

1 58 

2 34 

3 14 



Ft. 

22 9 
22-3 
217 
213 

21 1 
21-3 
220 
232 
24 5 
257 
26-8 
28 3 
28-4 
28 1 
27 1 
259 
24-6 

23 2 

22 4 
22 
222 

22 6 

23 1 
23-5 

24-2 
239 
23 5 
23 2 
227. 
222 



H. M. 

15 41 

16 24 

17 10 

18 

18 .54 

19 50 

20 45 

21 37 

22 28 

23 18 

i'i 34 

13 23 

14 14 

15 7 

16 2 

17 1 

18 6 

19 13 

20 18 

21 18 

22 11 

22 58 

23 3S 
12 4 

12 4 1 

13 13 

13 45 

14 19 

14 .56 

15 38 



Ft. 
231 
22 9 
227 
22 5 

22 8 

23 3 
243 

25 4 
266 
27-6 

2'7'6 
28 
277 
27 1 

26 3 
25-3 
24-3 
23 6 
23 5 
23*i5 
23 9 
24-2 
24-3 
23 7 
23 9 
23 8 
23 6 
23-4 
23 2 
22-8 



H. M. 

9 17 
9 57 
10 44 
U 36 

9 

1 5 

2 3 

3 

3 54 

4 45 

5 34 
(•) 22 
7 9 

7 57 

8 47 

9 40 

10 37 

11 40 

21 

1 28 

2 33 

3 33 

4 27 

5 12 

5 50 

6 24 

6 57 

7 31 

8 6 
42 



\ 9 21 



Ft. 


H. M. ' 


Ft. 


4 8 


21 39 


51 


5-3 


22 25 


5-4 


5-8 


23 15 


5 6 


6-2 






57 


i2 32 


6-2 


5 3 


13 31 


5-8 


4 6 


14 30 


5 


3 5 


15 25 


4 


22 


16 l;i 


2-5 


1:1 


17 5 


1-3 


0-0 


17 ,54 


0-3 


-0 5 


18 43 


-0-3 


-07 


19 33 


-0-5 


-0-3 


20 25 


00 


0-5 


21 19 


07 


1-6 


22 16 


17 


3 


23 16 


30 


4-2 






39 


12 51 


5-0 


4 3 


14 


5-3 


4'.' 


15 2 


5 


3-9 


15 57 


4 5 


3-5 


16 46 


41 


3 3 


17 30 


37 


3 3 


18 9 


3-5 


3-4 


18 45 


3-5 


3-6 


19 19 


37 


4 


19 ,52 


4 


4 3 


20 26 


4 3 


47 


21 2 


4-5 


53 


21 42 


4 9 



ThoTlMKuseil is Slaiidafd Time for llie tiotli Meriiiiaii, wliicti is tweiitv-four iiiiruites faster than Ht. John 
Time. II is I'minted from to 24 hours, IVoni niiflniH'lit to inidnif^lit. 

The Hkioiit is measured from tlie level of Low Water at Hpriiiff Tides, as aseertaini'd liy the t de tfaus;e 
observations tlieniselves. (T!iis level is apiiroxiniately 1 '4 foi.t lower than the ilatuni to whieh the soUiidiiijfs on 
the Chart of St. John Ifarlionr are referred, as nearly as this can now he ascertained.) 



1900] 



TIDE TAHIJ:s, ST. .fOIIN', NM5. 



4;i 



TIDE TABLES, ST. JOHN, N.B. Cuuihnr.K 



SEPTEMBER. 



Ft. 

4 5 

5 

I 59 

' ti-b 

60 

5-8 

5-5 

50 

4-5 

4 

I 3-5 

I 32 

I 2-9 

I 2-6 

12-7 

2-9 

; 30 

3-6 

I 40 

4 

' 39 

37 

35 

3-5 

137 

1 4 

I 4'4 



5 
5-3 
50 
4-5 
41 
3 7 

3 5 
3-5 
37 

4 
43 
45 

149 



1 


i 


Hr<ni Watkii 


, 


lidw Watkii. 




i' 


1 


lAnrii 
Time. 


)(jii. 


Aflcniiion. 
Tiuiii. 1 Ht. 


Foroiioon. 
Tiiiif. HI. 


At'ti'iiidiiii. 





Hi. 


Tiiiii', 


m. 




i 


11 M. 


I-'I. 


TC M. 


Ft. 


H M. 


Ft. 


11. .M 


Ft 


1 


Sa. ; 


3 58 


21 6 


16 25 


227 


10 4 


.1 1 


*J'J '*M 


52 


2' 


Hii. ! 


4 4S 


21 .! 


17 16 


22 v. 


11 .■)3 


1.0 


23 'J3 


5-3 


3 


M. 


5 44 


21-2 


18 14 


227 


11 50 


6-0 






4 


Tu. : 


ti 4*'! 


215 


lit 16 


23-3 


25 


5-0 


12 50 


5 6 


5, 


W. 


7 49 


22 4 


20 15 


24 4 


I 28 


4-3 


13 51 


47 


« 


Th. 


8 48 


23r, 


21 12 


25 t! 


2 2!t 


3-2 


14 ,51 


3 3 


7. 


F. 


it 44 


25 1 


22 6 


2i;-8 


3 25 


111 


15 49 


1-8 


« 


Ha. 


10 35 


267 


22 57 


2r8 


4 18 


(f5 


16 45 


(I-4 


9 


Hu. 


11 23 


27 8 


23 46 


285 


5 10 


-0-4 


17 38 


■O'.S 


10 


M. 1 






12 10 


28-6 


6 1 


■ro 


18 28 


-r3 


11 


Tu. i 


6 35 


28-6 


12 ,59 


287 


6 51 


-10 


10 17 


■1 3 


12 


W. 


1 26 


28-(l 


13 50 


28 '2 


7 4) 


■11-3 


20 7 


-0-6 


13 


Th. 1 


2 18 


27 11 


14 42 


27 3 


8 211 


07 


20 58 


0-4 


14 


P. ! 


3 12 


256 


15 37 


26 2 


H 20 


2(t 


21 ,52 


1-6 


15 


rtii. 


4 it 


24-2 


16 .H5 


2111 


10 14 


3 4 


22 .51 


30 


16 


Su. 


5 10 


22 it 


17 37 


238 


11 13 


4-5 


23 53 


4-2 


17 


M. 


6 16 


2.'l) 


18 42 


23 2 






12 21 


5-3 


18 


Tu. 


7 21 


218 


lit 48 


22 11 


1 3 


4 7 


13 32 


5-4 


U» 


W 


8 27 


22 1 


20 41 1 


23 1 


2 10 


47 


14 38 


5(1 


20. 


Th. , 


it 21 


22-6 


21 11 


23 3 


3 7 


4 3 


15 34 


4-5 


21 


V. 


! 10 8 


23 2 


22 27 


236 


3 54 


4(1 


16 20 


4() 


22 


Sa. 


10 5U 


237 


23 6 


238 


4 37 


37 


16 ,59 


3-6 


23 


Su. 


; 11 27 


24() 


23 41 


23 8 


5 15 


3'6 


17 33 


3-4 


24 


M. 1 


I . . . . 




12 U 


2t1 


5 51 


3 6 


IH Ii 


35 


25 


Tu. 1 


1 15 


2;r(! 


12 33 


24 1 


6 24 


3!t 


18 411 


3 6 


26 


W. 


51) 


23 3 


13 6 


2111 


6 56 


4 2 


111 16 


38 


27 


Th. 


, 1 25 


23 


13 41 


237 


7 2il 


4 6 


ID .53 


4(1 


28 


h. 


2 1 


227 


14 16 


23 5 


8 4 


4 


20 31 


4 3 


29 


Hn. 


2 3it 


22-3 


14 57 


23-3 


8 43 


5 2 


21 11 


4 4 


30 


8u, 


3 22 


,21-8 


15 44 


23-1 


1 9 26 


5-5 


21 55 


4-5 



OCTOBER. 



Hunt Watich. 



lidw Watkii. 



NOVEMBER. 



^ 


1 


1 ' ' 
Fori'Mi 


11)11. 


AflcriKiDii. 
Tiiiu'. Ht.' 


l'"(in'ii(H)n. 
TiiMc. Ht. 


Afterni 
Tiuie. 


)on. 


^ 


Tiiiu!. 


Ht. 


Ht. 






H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M 


Ft. ! 


H M. 


Ft 


H M. 


Ft. 


1 


M. : 


4 10 


216 


16 37 


23() 


10 15 


57 


22 45 


47 


o 


Tu. t 


5 6 


21 r, 


17 35 


23 2 


11 10 


5 6 


23 46 


4 5 


3 


w. '. 


6 11 


22 '2 


18 37 


23 6 






12 13 


5 


4 


Th. 


7 15 


23'0 


lit ,39 


24-5 


50 


40 


13 19 


42 


,) 


F. 


8 15 


24 3 


20 38 


25-6 


1 53 


3-1 


14 24 


3(t 


6 


Su. 


9 11 


25-8 


21 34 


26-8 


2 ,53 


20 


15 23 


1-3 


7 


■Su. 


10 5 


27-3 


22 28 


277 


3 ,50 


0-8 


16 17 





8 


.\I 


10 57 


28-3 


23 20 


281 


4 44 


(I'd 


17 10 


-10 


;i 


■|"u. 


11 47 


29 






5 35 


(f5 


18 1 


-1-4 


10 


W. 


I) 11 


2S() 


12 a5 


28-8 


6 24 


-if3 


18 51 


-1-2 


11 


Th. 


1 2 


27 3 


13 24 


28-3 


7 13 


03 


19 41 


-On 


12 


F. 


1 54 


2i;'5 


14 15 


27-3 


8 3 


1-3 


20 32 


07 


13 


,Sii. 


2 48 


,)-,■>) 


15 8 


26i 


8 54 


2-5 


21 26 


2 


14 


Sil. 


3 45 


24 '0 


16 4 


24-6 


11 48 


38 


22 24 


3-3 


1."i 


M. 


4 V< 


23(1 


17 6 


23(; 


10 50 


4-8 


23 27 


43 


16 


Tu. 


5 52 


22-3 


18 12 


22-8 


11 ,58 


5 '5 






17 


W. 


6 ,55 


22 1 


lit 17 


22 '61 


32 


5(, 


13 3 


5 '5 


18 


Th. 


7 53 


22 3 


20 16 


22(i' 


1 34 


51 


14 3 


5 3 


HI 


F. 


8 47 


22-8 


21 9 


22 -81 


2 31 


4-9 


14 ,56 


4-8 


20 


.Sil. 


!l 36 


233 


21 ,54 


23 2 


3 19 


4-5 


15 43 


4-2 


21 


.Su. 


10 18 


2311 


22 34 


23 -4 ■ 


4 2 


4-3 


16 25 


3-8 


,),i 


.M 


10 51 


24 2 


23 11 


23-4; 


4 41 


4-2 


17 3 


3 5 


23 


Tm. 


11 29 


24-3 


23 46 


23 41 


5 18 


4-2 


17 40 


3-5 


24 


W. 






12 3 


213 


5 53 


43 


18 16 


3-6 


25 


Th, 


21 


23 2 


12 36 


24-2 


6 27 


4-5 


18 51 


37 


26 


1'. 


,56 


23 11 


13 11 


24-2; 


7 1 


47 


19 26 


37 


27 


,Sii. 


1 33 


22 '.s 


13 50 


24' 1| 


7 37 


4-9 


20 3 


3-8 


28 


Su. 


2 14 


22(; 


14 32 


24-0 


8 16 


5 


20 44 


3-9 


2ii 


M. 


2 59 


22 5 


15 18 


23-9 


8 59 


5-0 


21 29 


40 


30 


Tu. 


3 43 


22-5 


16 10 


23-81 


9 49 


51 


22 20 


4 


31 


W. 


4 41 


22 7 


17 9 


23-9i 


10 ,50 


5 


23 19 


30 



DECEMBER. 



" 


Day 


j HiuH Water 


uon. 
Ht. 


Low Watf.h. 


1 


I 

i 


>, 


Hhiii ^ 

Fcii-fiioiiu. 
Tiiiii'. Ht. 


V.VTKIt 

Aftern 


0011 . 




Low Water. 




d; 


i Forenoon. 


Aftern 
Tiiiif. 


Porcuiioii. 


.Vftcni 
Tiiiii'. 


>nll. 
lit. 


Fo 


ronoon. 


Aftern 
Time. 


Don. 


i 


Time. 


Ht. 


Tinu'. 


Hi 


Tiiiif. 


1 Ht. 


Thiic. 


Ht. 


Ht. 






' H. M. 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


H. .M, 


Ft 


n. 


M 


Fl. 






IT. 


.M 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Fl. 


II 


\\ 


Ft. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


1 


Th. 


5 40 


23 2 


18 11 


24-2 


11 ,55 


4-5 








1 


S:i. 


I) 


25 


24-7 


18 53 


24 5 





I) 


3-4 


12 37 


3-3 





F. 


6 44 


239 


19 14 


24-6 


24 


3-7 


13 


1 


3-8 





Sm, 


7 


24 


25 3 


lit 54 


24-7 


1 


6 


3-3 


13 40 


27 


3 


Ha. 


7 49 


25-11 


20 17 


253 


1 28 


3-2 


14 


5 


2-6 


3 


M 


8 


•)•) 


26 


20 54 


25 1) 





10 


3-0 


14 39 


2 


4 


Su. 


8 51) 


262 


21 18 


26-2 


2 211 


2-3 


15 


4 


1-4 


4 


Tu, 


It 


lit 


26-7 


21 51 


255 


3 


11 


2 5 


15 34 


1-2 


5 


M. 


9 45 


27 3 


22 15 


26-8 


3 26 


1-5 


16 


(1 


04 


;) 


W, 


10 


14 


27 3 


22 48 


25-6 


4 


4 


21 


16 28 


0-8 


ft 


Tu. 


10 36 


28-2 


23 9 


27-0 


4 21 


0-9 


16 


53 


-0-3 


1; 


Th. 


11 


8 


27-5 


23 43 


25 6 


4 


57 


2 


17 22 


0-6 


7 


W. 


11 26 


•28 -5 






5 14 


0-7 


17 


45 


-1-7 


^ 


!■' 








12 


27-3 


5 


48 


2-0 


18 15 


0-8 


8 


Th. 


11 


27 


12 16 


28-3 


6 6 


0-9 


18 36 


-0-3 


8 


Sil. 


II 


3"> 


25 3 


12 ,50 


26-8 


6 


38 


2 3 


19 7 


1-2 


11 


F. 


II 411 


26-4 


13 6 


27-7 


6 56 


1-4 


III 


25 


0-4 


1) 


.Si I. 


1 


24 


25 


13 :« 


26-0 


1 


27 


2-9 


19 56 


2-0 


10 


Sa. 


1 37 


25-7 


13 57 


26 8 


7 45 


2-2 


20 


14 


14 


111 


M. 


,J 


11 


24 4 


14 ■>; 


252 


8 


15 


3-4 


20 43 


2-8 


11 


Su. 


2 27 


1:4-8 


14 411 


25-7 


8 35 


3-2 


21 


,) 


2 4 


11 


Tu. 


,) 


5S 


2311 


15 15 


24 4 


9 


4 


4-0 


21 30 


36 


12 


M. 


3 20 


23-8 


15 43 


24 5 


9 28 


41 


21 


.V,l 


3-5 


12 


W 


3 


46 


'J3 4 


16 5 


23,) 


It 


54 


4-6 


22 19 


4 5 


13 


Til. 


4 19 


23-2 


16 42 


23 5 


10 25 


411 


,)•) 


56 


4-5 


13 


Th. 


4 


37 


231) 


16 ,57 


22-6 


10 


46 


5-2 


23 10 


5-2 


14 


W, 


5 19 


22-7 


17 43 


22 7 


11 .1 


5 -5 


23 


54 


5-2 


14 


F. 


,y 


31 


227 


17 1 


22-1 


11 


311 


5 6 






15 


Th. 


6 17 


22-5 


18 43 


22-3 






12 


24 


57 


15 


Sil. 


6 


24 


-.'J -7 


18 4-( 


21-8 





3 


:yi) 


12 33 


5-8 


16 


F. 


7 12 


22-5 


19 4 1 


.7.)..) 


51 


.) .) 


13 


22 


.) ,) 


16 


Su. 


( 


16 


22-7 


19 40 


217 





57 


5 1) 


13 27 


5-7 


17 


Sa. 


8 4 


22-8 


20 32 


22 3 


1 46 


5-5 


14 


18 


5-2 


17 


M 


,s 


i) 


22-8 


20 3) 


21 -8 


1 


5) 


5-9 


14 19 


5-3 


18 


Su. 


8 53 


23-2 


21 18 


22-6 


2 38 


5-2 


15 


1) 


4-8 


IS 


Tu. 


8 


53 


23-:i 


21 19 


.).).,> 


•> 


41 


57 


15 9 


4-8 


19 


M. 


9 38 


23-8 


22 


22-8 


3 26 


5-0 


15 


.53 


4 3 


19 


W 


11 


M 


23 S 


22 I'l 


22 6 


3 


28 


5-3 


15 56 


42 


20 


Tu. 


10 20 


24-2 


22 4 1 


23 1 


4 10 


4-9 


16 


33 


4-0 


2(1 


Th. 


10 


,),) 


24 4 


22 51 


23(1 


4 


13 


4 9 


16 38 


3-7 


21 


W. 


10 ,51) 


21 5 


23 18 


23-2 


4 ,511 


47 


17 


11 


3 7 


21 


V. 


11 


4 


24-.'< 


23 ;u 


23-4 


4 


..4 


4o 


17 17 


3-2 


0,7 


Th. 


11 35 


24-6 


23 .55 


23-2 


5 27 


4-6 


17 


4? 


3-5 


»)■> 


Sil. 


11 


45 


•J5 3 






,) 


33 


41 


17 .56 


2-7 


2,1 


P. 






12 11 


24 7 


6 3 


4 5 


18 


22 


3-3 


23 


Su. 





15 


23-8 


12 27 


257 


6 


11 


3-7 


18 37 


2 3 


24 


Sa. 


32 


23-3 


12 49 


24-8 


i; 3S 


4-5 


18 59 


3 2 


24 


M. 





A) 


21-3 


13 10 


26 


6 


51 


3-3 


19 20 


2-0 


25 


Su. 


1 10 


23 4 


13 211 


24-9 


7 15 


4-4 


19 39 


31 


25 


Tu. 


1 


3'i 


24 -.S 


13 54 


2t;-(i 


I 


34 


3 


20 5 


18 


26 


M. 


1 52 


•J3 5 


14 12 


24-9 


7 55 


4-3 


2(1 


22 


3-0 


26 


W. 


2 


20 


25,1 


14 41 


26-0 


8 


23 


2-8 


20 54 


1-9 


27 


Tu. 


2 37 


2;ili 


14 58 


24-8 


8 40 


42 


21 


8 


3 1 


27 


i'h. 


3 


It 


25-1 


15 33 


25-6 


11 


17 


2-7 


21 47 


2-2 


28 


W 


3 27 


■23-8 


15 5 1 


24-7 


9 32 


4-1 


0) 





3-2 


28 


!■'. 


4 


4 


25-1 


16 28 


250 


10 


14 


2-8 


22 43 


2-7 


29 


Th. 


4 24 


24(1 


16 49 


24-5 


HI 31 


4-0 


,),) 


56 


3-3 


211 


Sil. 


,> 


1 


25-0 


17 26 


24-5 


11 


U 


30 


23 42 


3-2 


3'1 


F. 


5 25 


24 3 


17 51 


24-4 


. 11 33 


3 7 








3:1 


Su. 


6 


1 


250 


18 ,30 


24-0 








12 17 


3-1 
























31 


M. 


7 


4 


25-1 


19 36 


23 6 


44 


3-6 


13 21 


3-0 



The T(\(K, used !■< Stainliu-d Thni', for tlii' Oiitli .Moi'iiliiiu, wli 
It IS ('oiiiiIimI from (I lo 24 hciiirs, from iiiiiliii'^ht 10 imiliiii;lil. 

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METEOROLOGICAL REaiSTER. 



45 



TKMI'KKATIIIIK. 



AveniKf It'iniu'ra- 
tiii'f i)f till' .voar. 



1808. 



I Avera^re 

■f>8 Yeaw 



47 15 
July 



Warmest month . . i 

Aver, ti'inp. of tlie ^ 

wurniuHt month. ! 7050 

ColdoHt. nionlli , , Keh. : 

Avj-r. temp, of thf j 

coliU-Ml month . . i ■i4'(15 i 

Diff. hclw. temp, ofl ' 

th«' warmt'Hi andi | 

coldi'st. month. . j 45-8ft ' 

Aver, of (Icvialionsj ' 

of month l.v means i 2-'.i4 

Monti) I'f K'^'i'tes'l j 

deviation Mari:h | 

Correnpond niajjni- | 

tude of deviation I 7 '58 j 

Warmest (hvy : 1 Hepl. i 

Aver. temp, of thel _ j 

warmest diiv. . . . 80-72 

I I 

Coldest day ! 1 Keh. I 

Av. temp, of cold, dl — 0'12 ! 

Date highest temp. ! 2 Sept. 

Highest temperat. 97*1 

Date lowest temp. 30 Jan. 



44-25 

July 

67-71 
Jan. 

22-43 

45-28 
2-74 
Jan. 



Extremeit. 



47'(«) I 40-77 
in 187S I in 1873 
July, '08 Auk., 00 



75-80 



04 -40 



Keh., 75 Keh., '48 



10-16 

3-58 
Keh., '75 



26 -00 



Lowest temperat. . 
Uange of the year. 1 



-16 
112-1 



4-04 12-37 
... I JulvU, 'July ;il, 
I 1808 1844 

78-02 I 84-50 72-75 
(\ Keh. 0, 

I 1855 Dec. 22, 
• - • • 1 Jan. 22, 1842 
l^ 1859 
— 2-27 '-14-33 9 57 

Aug. 24, Aug. 10, 

18.')4 I 1S40 
90'n2 !»0-2 ; 82-4 

Jan. 10, Jan. 2, 
1859 1S42 

-1211) - -iti-S 1-i) 

10311 118-2 87-0 



BAROMKTKR. 



1898. 



Aver. pres. of year 29-6210 



Month high. av. p.| 
Highest mon. av.p. 
Month lowest av. p.' 
Lowest mon. a v. p. 1 
Date of the highest; 
pressure in year. 
Highest pressure. . 
Dateof lowest pres- 
sure in the year. 
Lowest pressure , . i 
Range for the year 



March 

20-747-' 

Mav 
29-64()9 

31 Doc. 
30-218 

23 Jan. 

28-732 

1 -486 



Average 
57 Years 



29-0195 

Sept. 
29-(>ti74 

June 
29-5715 



30-357 



•28-702 
1-655 



E.xtremes. 



•29 -67 79 

in 1840 

Jan., '49 

•29-8046 

Mar., '59 

•29'4143 

Jan. 8, 

1866 

30-940 

Jan. 2, 

1877 

28166 

2-240 

in 1893 



•29 '5002 

in 1864 

June,'64 

•29^6525 

Nov.,'.-)9 

29-5886 

Mar. 7, 

1878 

30-139 

June 2, 

1894 

29-035 

1-303 

ill 1845 



RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 



Av. humid, of year! 
Month of greatest 

humidity 

Gr'st. av. mon. hu. 
Month of least hu.i 
Least av. mon. hu.l 



1898. 

76 

Feb. 

SO 
.\pril 

68 



Average 
57 Years 



76 

Jan. 

83 
May 

70 



Extremes. 



82 in '51jV3 in '58 
Jan., '.57 Djc, '58 

89 81 

Feb., '43 Apr., '49 

58 76 



EXTENT OK SKY CLOUDED. 



1898. 



{Average, 
45 Years! 



E.xtreme?. 



Av. cloud, of year. 0^61 

Most cloud.x' month Jan. 

Q'st monthly aver.' tCSl 

Least cloudy mon. July 

Least niont illy av. 0^36 



^•61 

Dec. 
0-76 
J-dv 
0-60 



0-66 in 
'69, '77 

0^89 

0"29 



0^57 
in 1856 

0^73 

0.50 



WIND. 



1808. 



' Average 
18 Veara 



Uesidlant dircct'n 
Kesultant velocity j 

in luilt.s " 

Av. veUunty with- 
out reg. to direc. 
Montii of greatest 

average velocity 
(Jreaiest monthly 

average velocity 
Month of least av. 

velocity 

Least monthly av. 

velocity 

Day of greatest av. 

velocity 

(ireatest daily av. 

velocity 

I)a.\' of leaslr nver. 

\ elocity 

Lea-st daily aver. 

velocity 

Hour of greatest 
absolute velocity 

Greatest velocity . . 



S. 05' W 

I 

1.78 : 

1012 I 

Dec. 

16 -.54 

I 
Sept. 

6-48 

Dec. 23 

28-70 
Nov. 28 

2 12 

Jan. 2, 
5-6 p.m. 

55-0 



Extremes. 



N.orw 

251 
004 
March 
1149 
July 
7-50 

28-98 

fi 

45-67 



12-33 ' 8-32 
in 1897 in 1878 
Apr., '80 Dec, 76 

13-88 10-42 

July, 78' July, '81 



6-93 

Nov. 17, 

1870 

4167 



April 20 

1895 
8-9 a.in. 

600 



8-4S 

Feb. 10, 
1885 
23^79 



Jan. 17, 
1886 

10-llaiu 
300 



NoTK.— During the year 1898, the wind haa been 
obtained from the records of the anemograph at Stan- 
ley Uarracks, and no comparison has been made with 
the results of former years. 

BAIN. 



1898. 



Average 
58 Years 



Kixtremea. 



Total depth of rain 

in inches 23-8^20 

Number of daysoii 

which rain fell . . 08 
Month in whichthe 

greatest depth of 

rain fell Oct. 

Greatest depth of 

rain in one month 5'770 
Month in whichthe 

days of rain were 

most frequent . . | Oct. 
Greatest lunuberof 

lainy days in one 

month j 16 

Day in which the 

greatest amount 

of rain fell June 11 

Greatest amount of 

rain in one day. 1^300 



27-226 
•114 

Sept. 
3-250 

Oct. 

13 



1-939 



43-555 
in 1843 



i7-574 
in 1874 



145 in '90 80 in '41 



Sept., '43 June,'87 



9 '760 



2-656 



Jan., '69' 

Oct., '90 May, '41 



23 



11 



July 27, Sept. 14, 

' 1897 I 1884 
! 3-881 ' 1-000 



SNOW. 





1898. 


Average 
55 Years 


Extremes. 








Totaldepthof snow- 










in inches 


71-3 


68-0 


V'2-9 


34-6 


Number of days in 






in 1870 


in 1888 


which snow fell. 


53 


65 


87 in '59 


33 in '48 


Month in which the 










greatest depth of 










snow fell 


Feb. 


Jan. 


Mar., '70 


Jan., '95 


Greatest dejith of 










snowm one mon. 


24-5 


17-3 


62-4 


10-5 


Month in which the 










davsof snow were 










most frequent . . ' 


Dec. 


Jan. 


Dec, '72 


Feb., '48 


Greatest number of 1 










days of snow in 










one month 


14 


14 


24 


8 


Day in which the 




r 


Feb. 5, 




greatest amount: 




1863 


4-6 Jan. 


of snow fell 


i-5 Dec. 


1 


Mar. 27, 


1888 


Gr'test fall of snow- 




I 1870 




in one day 


16 


S'8 


160 


3-0 



46 



TAllhK OF Ui:i'l{A<T|(»N. 



1900 



TABLE OF REFRACTION, 

The harotnctor bi-ini.' at Hd iiic'lii»t niii) ihc iiltuclu'il ihrniiDiiu icr at M , nr ihc oiitHiilc i\t 47"; with tho correntioni 
for an Increasio of one imh in thi' lp:iriiiiu'l rf, {iml for ivMimtciihi- (M in I lie lluiinunu'U'r, Kuhrt'hheit. 



i 

•a 



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6 

10 
15 
20 
25 

30 
35 
40 

45 
60 
55 

1 
5 

10 
15 
20 
25 

30 
35 
40 
45 
50 
55 

2 
6 

10 
15 
20 
25 

30 
35 

40 
45 
50 
55 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 





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1! 


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33 51 


7J 


32 K\ 


71 


31 5S 


1 1 


31 5 


07 


30 13 


(15 


2!t 24 


(i3 


28 37 


01 


27 51 


50 


27 tl 


58 


20 24 


511 


25 43 


il<l 


25 3 


53 


24 25 


52 


2;i 18 


50 


2;i 13 


4!> 


22 41) 


48 


22 8 


40 


21 37 


45 


21 7 


44 


20 38 


43 


•JO 10 


42 


lO 43 


40 


10 17 


30 


Is 52 


30 


18 20 


;;8 


18 5 


37 


17 43 


30 


17 21 


30 


17 


35 


10 40 


34 


10 21 


Oil 


10 2 


33 


15 43 


;j.) 


15 25 


32 


15 8 


31 


14 51 


30 


4-0 


2-lG 


2-4 


2- i) 


()'3 


2* 2 


581 


1 05 


50-1 


1-88 


54 2 


1-81 


52-3 


1-75 


50-5 


1 •<i9 


4S-8 


1 (13 


471 


1-58 


45 4 


1-52 


43-8 


1-47 


422 


1-41 




The correction for iiii iiioroasn of alti.iide of one inch in tlio haroinutpr or for a decroasc of onr deKTee in the 
thernionietcr, is to 1)0 added to the tabular iffractiim, hwt when the haroiiiPter is lower than 30 inches, or the 
thermometer hi^'hor than 47°, the corrections hoconie gubtrartivfi. When j^reat acftiracy is reiiuired, 003 inch 
8ho\ild be deducted from the oh-ervf'd hciu'lo of the haromitcr for each de;,'reo that the Iherniometer near it ia 
above 50', and the Banie iiuantity added for an eiiual decrease. 



lOOOj 



AllKA AND I'OI'UI.ATION. 



47 



AREA AND POPULATION. 

DuMiNiuN ub' Canada anj) Newfoundland, Etc. 



Pmovinckh, Districtn, Tkhmitoiiikm. 



c 3 

a; 3 

S a 

a'" 

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0-47 
•4fl 
46 
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'46 
■44 

■44 
42 
41 
40 

•39 
•87 



■34 
■32 
■31 
■29 
•28 

•26 

•26 
•24 

•23 
•22 
■•21 

•20 
•19 
•19 
■18 
■17 
■17 

•16 
•16 
■16 
•14 
■14 
•13 

)^02 
•02 
•02 
•02 
•01 
■01 

•01 
•01 
■01 
•00 
•00 
■00 



9 



or Ol'^illli/nl, 



8gliAtiK Mll.KH, 
hiuid. WiiliM. TiiUI. 



Kiitttrt'il l;(»iil'i'ilfriitliiii 1870. 

UrttiiiiiMxl IHM^ 

Do 



Munitolm, rroviiirt^ 

Sankiilrlii'wiin, District 

AfiHiriiliolii, ilii 

North W(Nt T.'rrltorluH 

AttmtiiiMCii, District 

Alhcrtii, ilo 

Rritixh Coluiiil)lii, Frovlii<'(i 

OlltlUlcl (I 

N«w llniiiswii'k do 

Novii Scotia do 

Prince Kdwiird lHlnii<l,do 

OiH'licc di) 

Territory ciHt of Hudson's Hiiy 

iHlandH in Arctic (»(ciin \ Hudson's Uiiy 

KiewiiMn, District ' OrKmdzud 1«70 

Territory cast of Kctiwatin and soutli of, 

Hudson's Hay 

(Jrtiiit l/al4cs and lliver Ht. Lawrence cast 

to Ijonjc. (Hi", and portions within [Juitud 

States, not in( luddl in a))ov(! arciis. , . , 



Organl/cd, \mt 

Do. 

Entered Oonfrd. ration is'l. 
Klitcred C(ii federation IHOT 
Do. 
Do. 
Kntered ('nnlcilcration 1HT;I. 
Kntcrcd (,'onfcderation 18G7. 



ll.'),()00 

101,400 

8»,0&0 

sno.ooo 

lOM.DOO 

lOS.HflO 

;tS'..',:(00 

•Jlll.lt.lO 

•JN.IOO 

V!(l,.'..''.0 

•2,(J00 

•-'■-'7,. ^00 

,s.')'.',;)oo 

800,000 

:;ti7,ooo 



TotaLs . 



104,300 



a,318,.M)0 



l),000 
7,000 

6S0 

4A,400 

1,-iOO 

2.')0 
1,000 
'J,,SftO 

100 
50 

"i',400 
6,700 

is.oo'o 

2..'500* 



47,400 



74,000 
10M,400 

OO.^JOO 
9011,000 
101. .VIO 
l(Ml,iOO 

:jh;i,hoo 
■j'j'j. 000 

2H,'J00 

•JO.OOO 

'2,000 

'2'28.000 

;i,')H,ooo 

300,000 
28^J,000 

190,800 



47,400 



PopuUt'n 
I Cenmiit 

I IHOI. 
1&2,606 



flS,n67 



, 98,173 
'2,114,321 
321, 'JOS 
450,306 
100,078 
1,488,536 
Linkiujwi) 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



139,900 



Labrador 

Newfoundland 

Do. Krcnch Shore, from V,\x\\v Kay to Cape St. John, say 

NoTR. -The jio|niUiti()ii o( the Doniitnoii of C'aiMula, exclusive of I.,alirador and New- 
foundland, is estimntGd to hu now 5,18.'i,000, 



3,458,400 4,833,239 

40,000 4,000 

4-2,734 I 187,411 

10,000 



5,034,050 



The UxiTEi) Kingdom and BiiiTrsii Possessions. 



For the purpose of coni|)ari.soii, the an^as of otlier ]i<utiouN of the Hritish Kinjiire are hero yiven, toffcther 
with ihf popidalion of llio same. The statistii's in lliis talile are fnun llie .Statesnuin's Year-Hook, 1890. 



CocNriiY. 



Europe - 
I'niled Kingdom. 

• iihraltar 

Malta and Uozo, . 



Area in 
Square 
Miles. 



l-20,!»7!) 

2 

117 



Total European. 
Iii.lia 

Dritisli India 

Kuudatorv Stales.. . . 



Total Indian.. 
Asia- 
Aden and I'erini . . 

Ceylou 

Honif Kont; 

I.abuaii 

Straits Settlement 



121,008 

1,0<I8,314 
731,944 



Total Asian 

.\frica— 

Ascension 

Hasutoland 

Cape Colony 

.Mauritius 

Natal and /ululaud. 
St. Helena 



J ,800,258 

SO 

2,'i,33;{ 

30 

.'JO 

1,472 

20,945 



West African Colonies 

(Jamhia 

(iold Coast 

Ijajfos 

Sierra Leoue 



35 

10, 'ZO:! 

270,, sot I 

705 

34,700 

47 



2,700 
40,000 

1,.'')0() 
30,000 



l'o))ula- 
tion. 



4(i,lH,S.9-27 

■2(l,iJ03 

177,745 

40,392,875 

.'21,172,9.52 
06,050,479 



287,2^23,431 



41,910 

;!,391,44;! 

■248,710 

5,S53 

512,342 

4, ■200,258 

4;iO 

2.")0,UOO 

1,700,100 

:iT7,b5t> 

8^28,50O 

4,116 



.50,000 

1,473,882 

100,000 

250,000 



Total African I 390,780 5,100,884 



CoiN'rRV. 



America— 

llermudas 

Canada 

Kalklaiifl Islands & South (ieorjfia 

Hritish (iuiana 

Hritish Honduras 

Newfoundland h Labrador 

West Indies, Hahamas 

.lamaica and Turk's Islan<ls 

Harhados 

Leew.ird Islands 

Windward Islands 

Trinidad and Tobaffo 



Area in i i.o„„i„. 
8(iuare 'X„ 
Miles. ' "^"'"• 



20 

3,053,940 

7,500 

10i),IHM) 

7,502 

102,^2OO 

4,400 

4,424 

100 

701 

784 

1,868 



10,008 

5,185,990 

2,0,50 

'285.315 

34,277 

208,000 

.52,;;i6 

721,072 
li)0,000 
1 '27, 800 
155,000 
268,957 



Total America 

Australasia 

Fiji 

New (iuiana 

New South Wiiles 

New Zealand 

(Queensland 

South Australia 

Tasmania 

Nicloria 

Western Australia 

Total Australasia. . . 
Protectorates — 
Asia 



Africa . 
I'a<^iflc . 



Total Protectorates . . 
Total Hritish Empire. 



3,052,037 I 7,'240,875 



8 

.M8 

310 

104 

0t!8 

9((3 

26 

87 

975 



045 
400 
7(10 
471 
,497 
,090 
,385 
884 
,9^20 



3,174,0.52 



1-20,400 
2,1-20,000 



2,240,400 



11,71'2,170 



121,798 
350,000 

1.335,M)0 
743,214 
493,704 
3.58,224 
171,719 

1.109,434 
161,9-24 



4,905,817 

1,200.000 

35,000,000 

10,0(K) 



.'!6,210,000 



385,-280,140 



48 



EXl'OUTM AND IMl'OUT.S, CANADA— CENSlJH uF CANADA. 



[J 000 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, DOMINION OF C/\Ni\D/y. 

Staff Wfiif nf the Aiiijiriintt I'd/i/c nf Ihr liiijxiitH (iiirtutlhii/ Cuin niul IIiiIUdii ), niiil H.rj>nrt» into and /rom 

l'((ii(((/(i, 11/ (iiiiiilK I'litfii'il /i<r ViinnuiiiiiHiii), unit n' Ihi" Cimtniiin Ihilifx mllffli'd, diinnif I'urh 

t'lHcal Vi'iir I'liiliiig .lath , /Kill', fiiiiii isi:s to isys, inclunii'f. 



Year. 



IMI'OHTH. 

Dutiulile. I Krev. 



IWW. 

1869. 

1870, 

1871.. 

1872. 

1873 . 

1874. 

1875. 

1876.. 

li;77. . 

1878.. 

1879. 

1880.. 

1881 . , 

1882.. 

1883. 

1884,. 

188.5.. 

1886.. 

1887, 

1888,. 

1889,. 

1890,, 

1891 , . 

1892,. 

1893. . 

1804. . 

1805. . 

181H!.. 

1M07.. 

181»S . . 

'i 

(roods 



4.\256,.53« 
44,085,833 
48,(100,042 
70,200,270 
72,420,774; 
74,432,022 
77.073,7«3[ 
81,5o7,30,Si 
.5H,70O,.v20i 
03,O8O,.5(»O 
01,703,740 
57 0.55,21,8' 
0«,,81»5,4,83 
85,510,008 
0,1,3.30,0311 ; 
100,8l'7,81(1 
88,340,402 
70,014,108 
75,,'>;(0,T.')8 
85,470,4011 
77.784,0,37 
80,0,'>0,)»0(; 
80,258,033 
81,280.372; 
81,1110,844 
77,37,8,IM»r 
73,;t41,;(HI 
04,(M14,5>!7 
74,2,50,010 
74,iOM,,5<»(l 
84,141,104 



28,203,106 

26,320,3321 

26.144,007 

25,703.005' 

30.(KI3,753, 

53,578,0501 

51,130,700' 

41„'.02,.8.H5| 

3»,410,.520 

;i5,3;(8,31«ll 

31,378,047 

2l,!MlO,2O0 

17„504,204 

10,813, OiiL'l 

a6,O70,57o] 

31,420.2mO 

28,047,551 

20,327,378 

28,.8,S7,8li3 

27,412,816 

33,110,,503 

;i5,1(II,!m;". 

;t5„500.('.O<si 
38,081, 2(i0! 
40.215,221 
51,(iO<),177 
50, 133,431 
40,717,005 
43,751, .508 
45,110,010 
50,181,040 



Total. 



73,450,0441 

70,415,105' 

74, 814, ,130 

1K1,(H(2,1I71] 

111,4.30,527 

128,011,281 

128,213,582 

12,3,070,2.83 

',13,210,340 

01>,327,!»02 

03,(181, 7^7 

81.004,427 

80,480,747: 

105,330,8)0 

110,410,ft(H)i 

132,254,0221 

110,. •(07, (143 1 

108,041,480 

104, 424, ,501 1 

112,802,2,301 

liO,804,(>3(l 

11,5,224,031, 

121,8,58,241 

110,007.0,38' 

127,4(I0,(K18 

121t,074,208 

123,474,040 

110,781,082 

118,((1 1,508; 

110,218,(;(I0| 

I40,,323,(l53 



Total KnTKHKI) KOR CoNHI'MniOM. 

KxjiorlM. Itiiiiortx A ■ ' ~ 

I Kx|)ort«. iXitiahlu. Kri>e. Total. 



57, ,507,888 

0(1,174,781 

73,573.4!MI 

74,173,018 

82,6,30,003 

80,780,022 

80,351,028 

77,8,80,070 

80,IKMI,435 

75,875,303 

70,323,667 

71,401,2,55 

87,011,4,58 

08,21M 1,823 

102,1.37.2(13 

1»8,(I85,,804 

01,400,400 

80,238,;i01 

,85,251,314 

80,515,811 

00, 2(1,3, (MHI 

.80,180,1(17 

00,740,140 

08,417, 21«1 

113,1M13,375 

118, ,504, 352 

117, ,524,040 

113,638,803 

121,013,8.52 

137,0,50,253 

104,1,52,083 



131. 027, ,532 

130,8,811,040 

148,;i,87,820 

170,260,580 

I04,O7(i,llM», 

217,8(11,203 

217, ,565, 510 

2(HI,0,57,202 

174,i;0,78l 

175,203, ,3.55 

172,405,4.54 

1,53,455,«IH2 

174,401,2O,-i 

203,621,663 

221„5,50,703 

230,330,8261 

207,8(I3,.530I 

108,170.8471 

180,675,875 

202,408,047 

201,(i07,03(( 

204,414,008 

218,007,300 

218,384,0,34 

241,360,443 

247,038,020 

24(1,000,880 

224,420,485 

230,025,300 

257,U!<*,802 

,304,475,7,36 



43,661,8.30 

41,073,612 

45,131, 517| 

60,008,415, 

0«,540,030| 

71,413,128 

70,235,.853 

78,141,432, 

00,243,340' 

00,010,000' 

,50,770,,5,80l 

,55,430,012 

,54,1,82,067 

71,020,725! 

85,7,57,433, 

01,588,330, 

,80,010,408! 

73,200,018 

70,0,58,8101 

78,120,070 

(10,0I5.,824 

74,475,130 

77,1(K!.2,80 

74, .5,30.030 

00.100,737 

00, 87 3,, 571 

02,770,182 

.58,.5,57,0,55 

67,239,759 

60,220,705 

74,025,088 



28,323,407 
20,328, .5;)8 
20,106,086 
20,840,0*17 
30,I.Mt,l 



iHlty 
Colli'ctod. 



71,085, 3()«l 8,810,431 «;i 
07,402,170 H,208,0((0 71 
71,237,603 0,402,040 44 
80,047,482 11,843,0,55 75 

,...,107,700,116 13,04,5,493 60 

56,101,406 127,514,504 13,on,7.30 17 
51,108,310' 127, 4(U, 100 14.421,882 07 
41.477,225 110,018,(157 15,301.382 12 
,34,480,872, 04,7,33,218 12,833,114 48 
35,,380,.523J IMI.:t(H(,483ll2,,548,451 09 
31,422,0881 01,ll«»,577ll2,705,603 17 
■ 10,033,460 *75,(N13.47hl 12,030,540 06 
17,.51Nt,382: 7 1,782, ,340 14,138,840 22 
10,0!M),870i 01,011,004 18,500.785 97 
20.801.404 112,648,027 21,708,837 43 
31,.54H.08O; 123,137,010 23,172,3((8 07 
28, 17(», 14(1 108,180,644 -.JO.HM.imS .37 
20,440,401 102,710,010] 10,133,558 09 



28,013,8751 Ol>,002,004 
27,518,740 105,030,428 
,33,20|,276| 102,847, 1(H) 
;i5,108,3O8:i(M»,0"3,477 
35,0.50,208' 112,705, ,584 
38,8(H».088,ll:t,345.124 
47,818,2(Kt| 1 10,078,043 
51,,831,4,50jl21, 705,030 



50,314,811 
40,004,8.56 
43.347.721 
45.073,2.56 
56,072,018 



113,(Mt3,083 
105,252,611 
110,6.87,480 
111,204,021 
130,e08,(MM 



10,448.123 70 
22,460,705 83 
22,200,641 63 
23,784,523 23 
24,014,008 07 
23,481,069 13 
20,550,681 53 
21,161,710 93 
10,370,822 32 
17,887,260 47 
20,210,037 .32 
10,801,006 77 
22,1,57,788 49 



5,278,130 less than hIiowii in Tradu and Navi((atlon lU'tnrn. 
entere<l for coiisuniption. 



Value of /c Kxports erroneously included with 



CEHSUS OF 0/\NAD/\. 

Nil, 1. — l'(tl'ri,.VTI(iN (IK CANAllA, 1871, 1881 AND 1891, 



l'HOVINlK8. 


1871. 


1881, 


Increase 
I'er cent. 


1801. 


Increase 
I'er cent. 


Ontario 

Quebec 


1,020,851 

1,101,510 

.387,8(W) 

2.85,504 

18,005 

36,247 

94,021 


1,026,022 

1.3,50,027 

440,,572 

321,233 

•02,260 

40,469 

108,801 

50,440 


180 
140 
13-6 
12-4 
247-2 
36-4 
15-8 


2,114,321 

1,488,,535 
4,5(),,-i06 
321,263 
152,,506 

08.173 
1. (0.078 

08,967 


0-73 
9 63 


Nova Scotia 


2-23 


New UrniiMwick 


O'OO 


Manitolia 


14405 


British Coltinihia 

Prince Kdwanl Island 


08-49 
017 


The Territories 


75 - 33 










Total 


3,635,024 


4,324,810 


18-07 


4,833,239 


11 -7« 







* 05,954 originally ; 3,694 were taken olf and added to Ontario when the boiimlary was (^han^red. 
No. 2.— BIRTHI'LACK,S OF THE PEOPLE IN CANADA. 1881 AND 1891. 





1881. 


1891. 


PH(IV1NCK..8, 


Born in 
Canada. 


Born in other 

Countries, 


Born in 
Canada. 


Born In other 
('ountries. 


Ontario 


1.490,744 

1.282,225 

4 12.. 580 

280,005 

4.5,7,57 

34,957 

00,369 

53,880 


430,211 
76,.802 
27,000 
31,208 
10,503 
14,492 
9,622 
2,. 500 


1,708.702 

1,400,514 

423,800 

200,1.54 

108,017 

.50,851 

102,0,52 

80,097 


405,010 


Quebec 

Nova Scotia 


82,021 
20,506 
22,109 
44,480 
41,322 


New Brunswick 


Manitoba 


British Columbia 


Prince Edward Island 


0,426 
18,870 


Xorth-west Territories, 




Canada 


3,715,492 


609,318 


4,18.5,877 


647,362 



i 



11)00] 



KINANCKS OF ('ANADA — MUNKiPAL MIATISTU^S, ONTAUIO. 



49 



KINANCKS OK (CANADA. 

I'liiyriHfil Stiiti'iiicnt ()/ Hii' llfii'iiiii- anil KxpfnilHure on iifcmnil uf Ihf CuiiKiiliiliiti-il I'liiiil o/ /Ac Ihniiiiiinn 
III .''ttiiiiiln ilurhiij llif tiivlvf niiiiithn nultil .UHh Jiiiir, IXUS iiiiil IHUti, impfoHirlii. 



Revanue— 

('IIM(i)IIIN . 

Kxclm' 

I'dHi (•ftlcc 

I'lilillc WorkN (ini'liiillnir IliiilwuyH), 
MlHct'llant'oiiit 



TotulM 



Kx|MMiilitiirL> 



Twelve Monlhit Kiiiled :M(th .liiiif. 



IHIIH, 



tHIH). 



»ii'il,«ti7,o:i7 III 

7,.su;,o.'tM 'jii 

;i,»;i»,ti(ir. nt 

.'i,wt7,-jiri ir> 

•j,;t7;t,.V-'7 7'.» 



''■H,»'\,7ii i»f. 
;t.i:iit,Hi7 •!:> 

4.;«l.'s,7.V» -il 
'.',(io;i,i»4 <iri 



«i;iM,Hii»,i74 l:i 
$;i(i,iHHi,Mi)H :<o 



«i44,i)t)M,ir)r> Ml) 



V'.'M.titw.ww :w 



KAILWAV STATISTICS OF CANADA, IH75 )8. 



Vkaii KvnKn 
liorii Ji NK. 



()-7:{ 
1C5.S 
2 23 
OOO 
144-95 

98 41) 
17 

75-33 

n-7« 



^W 



1875 
WO 
1877 
1878 
1879 
t88U 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
188<l 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
181)-i 
1893 
1894 
1896 

mw 

1897 
1H98 



Mll.KH IN 
Ol'KII.VTIiiN. 



4,85flr 

5.157, 
f.,574 
(1, 1 43 

(!,4H4: 

0,891 
7,200 

7,5;io 
8.72a 
9,575 
10,150 
10,097 
11,091 
1-2,103 
12,0-2.S 
IM.-i.'ifl 
14,0011 
14,'i.ss 
15,020 
\:,M>~ 
l'.,l»77 
10.'J7ii 
10, .''mO 
10,717 



TllAIN 
Mli.KAdK. 

17,080.108 
Is,l03,«2.H 

19, ir.o,isi;t 

llt.(l01l,447 
•ill, 7.11, (ISO 
22,»-27,»41» 

•i7..'toi,;t(Mi 

•27.M40,I1! 
;i(t,072.910 
29,75>(,fl7(! 
3(),0-j;t,OWI 
:tO,4Hl,OM8 
.•<3.0;t8,748 
37. 391, -20(1 
38,Mllt,380 
41,si!i,:i-29 

43,;<l»!t,17M 

•I4,44s,itis 
44,3,>ir),iir)3 

4;i,770,(t2!t 
4(I,001,S|HI 

44,rp(Mi,ti(r! 

4.'.,78il.«r.l 
50,0S8,-2.s;i 



Ni'MIIKR i>K 
rAHMKMlKHH. 

5,ltHI,tlO 

5,544,814 
(l,073,'233 
0,413.924 
(I,5-23,H|0 
0,402,018 
0,;t43.07I 
0,352, 335 
9,579,948 
9,9S2,35H 
9,fl72,.5!m 
9 801,0-24 
l(),(i9S 0.38 
11,410,791 
12,151,1151 
12, 821, -20-2 
13,2-22,508 
I3,,533,414 
1 3,0 1 8,0-27 
1 1,402,498 
13,087,580 
14,810,407 
10,171,338 
18,444,049 



TmNH (IK 
KllKKIOi. 



5,070.830 
0,331,7,57 
0,859,700 ! 
7,883,472 i 
8,348,NlO 
0,03.S,8,58 
12.IM15.,-123 
13,.575,787 
13.'2(I0 255 
13,712,209 
14,<1.50,271 
15,070,400 
10,350,335 
17,173,7.59 
17,0-28,0-20 
20,787,409 
21,7.53,021 
•22,lHI»,0-23 
•22,(H(3,.500 
-20.721,110 
21. ,524. 121 
•24,'2(;(>,K25 
25,:UMI,3:'l 
'28,785,90.'! 



Kmivinoh. 



*19,470,.V»9 

19,3.58,085 
18,742,0.53 
•20,5-20,078 
10,9-25, (MIO 
-23,,501,447 
■7.9S7,.509 
.",»,0-27,700 
33,244, .585 
33,421.705 
32.'2-..7,409 
33,380,382 
38.812,010 
42,1.59.153 
42,n!t,015 
40,843,820 
4.s,102,099 
51,0X5,708 
.52.012,397 
40„5,52,.528 
40,785,487 
.50,545..500 
52..353,-270 
59.715,105 



WllllKINd 
KXI'KNHKH. 



015.775,.532 
15,802,721 
15,-29<t.09l 
10,1IM),102 
10,188,102 
10,840,705 
•20,121,418 
22,300,709 
•24,091,007 
-25,595,341 
•24,015.351 
•24.177,.58H 
27.024,083 
30,0.52,048 
31,038,045 
32,9111,350 
34,900,449 
30,488,228 
30,010,033 
35,218,433 
32,749,009 
35,042,055 
35,ltW,005 
39,137..549 



' PHnroHTIllN 

OK Kxi'KNHK.M 

To Hkcrh'tm. 

i 81- 

82- 

' 78- 
I 81- 

I 7r 

72- 

77- 

74- 

77- 

75- 

72- 

71- 

73- 

74- 

70- 

73- 

70 • 

70- 

71- 

70- 

09)\ • 

07- 

■'«5i 



During: the ppriod coxci-wl liy tlif talilc the tvu'ux niilcatft' increased 170 jut ct'iil.; the niiiiilxT of paHsciifferH 
(iiirrifd 2')0 jicr ('ciil., and tlic Idum uf freiicht trans|i<n'U'd 400 \>cv cfnt. Thu earnin^'M incroaHcd in tlu' Maine 
period -200 |n!r cent., and (lie workinj,' expenses, instead of kee])iiiif pace with tlie earninifs. increascil oid.v 1,50 \wr 
cent. The last cohnnn in the lalile siiows the iiroportion of expenses l.i receipts \ ear h|\ year. 

There was an increase in the total re<'eipls in 1.808 of .'*7, 301. 829, as compared with the i>revious year. The 
working expenses showed an increase of is;!, 008. 884, and the |iroportion of expunseM to receipts was OSJ per cent., 
liein;{ li per cent, lower than in I8it7. 



MUNICIPAL STATIS11CS, ONTARIO. 



405,019 
82,021 
20,50ti 
22,109 
44,489 
41,322 
0,426 
18,870 




1,1«H),977 
1,072,'280 
l,'.).'-i7.30o 
1,930,219 
1.910,0.59 
l,90:»,,5-27 
1.9-22.121 
1,017,544 

1 .ooo.tun 

1,880,145 
1,848,4.57 
1,828,495 




§.803,025,.-l77 
814,'.>17,03:< 
821.400, 100 
8-20,179,370 
8-25,.530,0.52 
825,211, 1'27 
81S.S47.394 
798,(>10 '271 
701,00.5,816 
74'<.054,.570 
717,311,938 
094,380,659 



Taxes Iiiiimserl for all 
Purposes. 



Total. 



■ Kate I Mills ! 
' jicr |on the 
Head. Dollar 



!t!l2.2(MI,3-25 

12,1-22,785 

12,310,4-29 

12,3-20,312 

12,512.000 

11,,S03,.570 

11,707,748 

10,897,485 

10.-.i48,198 

9,919,902 

9,300,113 

9,009,385 



m 13 
6 15 

'29 
30 
(i .50 
18 
12 
5 OS 
5 37 
.5 28 
5 03 
4 93 



1.5.19 
14„S8 
14.99 
14.91 
15.17 
14.30 
14.37 
13.05 
13.45 
13.-25 
12.97 
12.97 



Bonded Deht. 




i?52,948,'275 
51,895,991 
49,724,587 
48,083,243 
47,160,9(i2 
43,888,853 
40,7-20,985 
38,988,332 
34,729„527 
I 31,943,3^20 
' 29,924.803 



?!20 
20 



I --i: 



85 

51 

08, 

17 

70 

.SI 

24 

44 

47! 

28 

37 



Float injr 
Deht. 



.'"'0,-201,394 
5,834,129 
0,ii09,5()7 
0,790,4'22 
6,409,899 
7,0-29,730 
8,387.186 
6,493.519 
6,437,303 
5,645,^208 
4.841,717 



Interest 

Paid on 

Loans and 

Dehentiires. 



«!2,,588,769 
2,. 578,^220 
2,552 007 
2„508,021 
2,482,156 
2,498,294 
2, •240,092 
2,057,938 
1,999,760 
1,820,590 
1.715,620 



50 



IMPORTS — DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1900 



IMPORTS— DOMINION OF CANADA. 

statement 0/ the yalwx 0/ Goodn lmp<<ftvd J'or llomn CdnnHiii/tlion into the I ininn uj Citnadu, 
from the Mhtwinij (•(iinitni's, durimj thi> Fincii/ Viarn enilcil Idlh Jiiiir, ,1',''/ and lS:iS 

( incliidiini ruin .i>id hiillinii). 



OOUNTRIKS, 



British Knipiiu :— 

Great Britain 

Aden 

British Africa 

" Australasia.. 

" Kast Indies . 

" Guiana 

" West Indies 

Honj,' Kon>j 

Newfoundiiind. .. . 
Ali other 



Dutial)le. 



20,217,422 



18!); 



Total. 



1808. 



Free. 



Dutiable. 



I'"ree. 



2!),412,lt«S I 0,lil4,7(iO ; 22,,''.r)(l,47i) 



2U,ri47 

IG.-'i.'iO 

l()4,«,->3 

07;f,:i;!i 
i,;f4i 
ri,i;{7 



27.27;i 
14(i,94.-. 
4Ui,7U4 

iiu.r.si 

I.IOC.-JO.S 

.'■p,.Hl)4 

4.VJ,C70 



27,27:{ 

12<!,;i!»S 

401,2(14 

22s 

i;!2,K77 

44'i,!«'J 



To(al, Britisli Kinr-irc 

All other countries ■- 

Arabia 

.\rK-entine Kepublic 

Austria 

Belsfiuiii 

Brazil 

Central Amevican States 

Chili 

rhiiia 

Denmark 

iMtch East Indies 

i'Jcuador 

Kk.\ pt 

France . 



i,:i:i8,ti«i j :{i,(i7i,or.!) I U),;i:t;V2(»s 



42^4 IS 

!)04,U2:< 

40,!»S<4 

411 



3i);i,r)U 

2,. '{94 
727,423 



French Possessions in At"ica 

Germany 

t ! reece 

Hawaii 

Havli 

Holland 

Icc'aiid 

Hill.'- 

.laiian 

Madeira 

Mexico 

Norway and Sweden 

I'ersia".: 



177,710 
2,2(iO,lS4 

t'|,n.^■^,(1^7 

102,;i(i2 

.^.12 



!I,2S7 

1!I,<,I(I2 

4;i3,(i02 

i.ui.'i.oaj 

22!),412 

20,344 

1(1(1 

i,(i(;2.ri44 

1(I.!I.S7 

730,004 



170,(i!Hl 

2,(i01,;«l 

2''.'} 

(l,403,;i(;,s 

l(i2,;i()2 

8,002 



250.773 



F'eru 

l'ortu;;;iese Kast Indies 

PortU!,'al . . . . 

Russiu 

St. I'lerre 

Siain 

Spain 

Spanish F.ast Indies 

" Possessions, .ill oilier. 

Switzerland . 

Turkey 

l"nited States 

" of Colonibiii ... . 

Venezuela 

\Ve<i| ln<lies, Danish 

Dutch 

" " Fremli 

" " Sjianish 

Total, all villier countries 



182.S(i,i 

208,070 

01 

oik; 

41,777 



:;70,i0i) 

784 

224,88.") 

,333,8(ir) 

01 

8,711 

48,103 



28,888 



28,888 



0,287 

10,002 

.1,184 

2..0,tiOO 

1S8,428 

28,033 

1(10 

(;(i0,()33 

S,r)03 

12,;)71 



2,201 

3.5,377 

01,142 

;V,480 

.')48,70ri 

3,:;i3 

3,090 
."140 

l3,20.'-),31(i 



(i8,.'i(l(i 

244,r.l 1 

1,12.!,848 

251 



402,208 

r.:;.') 
00,20(i 



1,080 

31l,l(i7 

140 

437,(181 



8,390 



I .'■.,032 

' :i, 201, 21 3 
l.s7 
! .Vir.1,710 
1(17, 141 
1 Jti2 



110,3.36 

784 
42,022 

,i2.'-.,7or) 



2.''.0,313 



8,10.1 
0,38(1 



221,(171 
204,740 



4.1,300 

0,^00 

1,48(1 

1,2.7 

377,262 



-!.1,.592 

1.1,984 

3,478 

1,237 

380 r,32 



1,241,880 

221.848 

132, S72 

30,4a2,.1(iO 

472 

240 

7, .139 

221 

l:iO 

.-.4(1,420 



1,242,441 

222,173 

\3.'-',.ss:i 

31,Ulti,,1.32 

470 

237,307 

7,03.1 

1.232 

,1,,170 

1.18,210 



44,882,104 I 70,022,062 



(irand Total i 66,220,70.1 1 1 1 ,204,021 



202 
(1,0)4 
1,098 



1 OSO 

4(l,(t82 

4,474 

423,5,18 

40 

43,. 1.12 

(1,102 

1,807 



9,270 



,1,12 

32.1 

0,012 

01,040.041 

4 

237,127 

(to 

1,011 

.1,123 

11,706 

.34,7.39.<),18 



■ 177,12(1 

60,.100 

11,871 

347.31(1 

100,023 

38,(103,000 



45,073,2.16 



,80 

14, .340 

41 

242 

.304,. 183 

f 1,329,772 
74,62.1,088 



0,944.138 

1,.118 

131,328 

113,728 

4,10,200 

108 

121,827 

3 

400,33:. 

1,402 

11,231,037 



16, .304 

,1.80,44(1 

3,444 

100,202 

1(10, (IS4 

2,232 

40,186 

47(!,H10 

3,768 

0,381 

2,097 

17 

084,138 

027 

4,3-J.3(l4 



3,21 ;1 

10 

12,3,7.34 



197,187 
,174,008 



0,7.38 
9,246 



3,767 

10.200 

2,288 



11,0(11 



2,. 328 

7,30( 

40.1141,030 



00,772 
04 

2,. 114 
27.820 



44, 841, .SSI 
.16,( (72,918 



Total. 



32,, 100,91 7 

1,.118 

133,.129 

140,105 

547,342 

53,648 

670,622 

3,316 

404,324 

2,032 

34,. "^26, 3.13 



16,, 364 

648 952 

247,9,15 

1,230,110 

166,3,35 

4.804 

40,186 

878,617 

4,303 

09,081 

2,097 

5,049 

3,075,351 

814 

5,584,014 

167,144 

4,077 

10 

374,047 



421 ,2.18 
1,439,3,14 



11,718 

,15,328 

4,474 

423,.18:t 

40 

47,319 

16,,302 

4,155 



4,88,787 

60,.10(1 

15.871 

340.078 

168. 2S4 

78,705,590 



90,8.12 

14,404 

41 

2,706 

392,403 



96,171,6.13 
130,698,006 



RECAPITULATIOM BY PROVINCES. 

Dividiuj,' the total lMi].orlsand Kxj.oris aninu;.; tiie Provinces of the Dominion, we fuiil that diiriiiir ttif; .Vear 
eiidinii Itme 30tli, 1808, the result was as follows : O/i^o/o Imporls, .-in, -,(1(1, 224 ; Exports, .^40,786.295, Qdebee — 
Imiiorts, 54,549,!t83: Exi.oits, .•s73,327.220. .\ifr>i Sfalid hiijiorts, .-^6,058,300 ; Eximrts, sl(»,0:tO,o;;(l. Si'u ItiiiuH- 
ii'irA-huports, $4,934,074; Exports, 811,1(16,218. .W(nu7o/»(- Imports, S4,44t,t>37; Exports, *3,472,8I)1. Iiritinh 
Co<(n«'<ia -Imports, .'f>8, 423,03 1 ; Exi)orls, .•*16,01!>,7I7. I'iIhi-p Kdiiuud /«/(()i(f- Imports, >i483,123; Exports, 
|1,, 389,674. Siirth-West 7V/'»i7o/ie«- Imports, *(i:i7,33s ; Exi.orts, *il59,822. 



[11)00 



1900J 



EXl'OllTS — DOMINION OF CANADA. 



61 



naila, 



EXPORTS—DOMINION OF CANADA 

Stnti'incnl of tin' Vdlina o/ (!ihi(Ik E.vixirtcd from the Dominion of Canada, to the iollowing Countries, 
iltiriiig llip. Fixml Years ended ,Mh June, IH'.I? ami IH'.iH. 



Total. 



;{'_>,r)("K),!)17 

1,518 

i;w,ri2!) 

141M05 

r.47,;i42 

.'■i;i,(i48 

(i"n,(i22 

4(14. :«4 

2,();« 
.•i4,.'"2(i,:{r.:! 



l(i,.S(i4 

(\4S i)r)2 

247, !)'.:> 

1.230,110 

Kio.u.'ir, 

4.«()4 
40,)8ti 

878,(U7 

4,;«);{ 

!W,(ibl 
2,097 

ri,()40 
;i,i)7.''.,:i.'ii 

814 

.'■.,.•.84,014 

107,144 

4,077 

1(1 

;t74,047 
421,2,''.8 

i,4;!i),;i,')4 

' 11,718 
.'■.,'■), ;i28 

4,474 

42;i,.''.8:) 

40 

47,:U9 

1(1,;502 

4,1.')5 

4.ss,7S7 

fii»,.')0(; 

l.'i.871 

.14!>,C.78 

108.284 

78,7().'>,5'JO 

i)(l,8."i2 

14,404 

41 

2,7!»« 

:i!>2,40:j 



!Ki,171,Or.3 
1:50,01)8,006 



ntr til" yuiir 
■>. (.jiielH'e — 
Sen finniH- 
n. Itritinh 
t; Kxjiorts, 



C(l( .NTdlKH. 



™ 



British Finjiirc : - 

(Jrcai Mriliiiii 

Uritisli Africa .... 

" Australasia 

'■ K.ist, Itulifs 

'■ (Juiiuia .... 

IIiniiliil.i.-; . 

" West Inilics 

(}il)raltar 

Il(>ti}f Kong- 

l-alirailiir 

Ni'wfiinmllaiHl 

All oilier 



Tola! Hrilisli Kiiipirc 



All other eouiUries :-- 
.\rf;enliiie Kepilhlif. 
.Anst lia 



lielirium 

lhaV.il 

(ape Verde Islands 

Central Atnerieati .States . . . . 

Chili 

(Jhiiia 

Denmark 

Untcli Kast Iixiies 

Fraiiee 

Oerniaiiv 

Ifnyti . ■ 

Hawaii 

Holland 

llaly 

.lapan 

Madeira 

Moxieo 



Nonvav and S«e<le?i 

I'eni . : 

l'i.rlim:al 

Russia 

Sc.iiih .\friran Kepiihlie 

SI. I'ierre 

Spain 

Slpanish Possessions in .\friia. . 

St. Doniinuo 

Switzerland 

United Stales of Ai... rioa 

" " t 'oinnd.ia 

rniuiiay 

West Indies, Danish 

Dulih 

iMvn.h 

" " S)ianish 

All other 



Tolal, idl othiM- Coiinlries. 
Orand Total 



18!)7. 



Home 
I'rodiiuu. 



i;!t,.'-.,s:!,8.';2 
I27,8:i:{ 

1,4i)l),i,.7 

:".,!S(i4 

2i)(i,.".0'.t 

— r.ss 

I,:i:(i,(l57 
IS 247 
14,073 



Korei^rn 
I'rwhiee. 



7,ti'.W,ti,'iO 
8,(!72 



l,U(>,i)l)2 
4,7(i!) 

74,184,021 



:'.,'.(), 172 

20,804 

2:U,2y,'. 

404,58'.) 



17,;i.'.3 

(;7,2>8 

7(ii,:!it!) 

27, '.40 



4,048 

(i8,7()2 

307 

1,102 



Hi),'<i'. 



8,05:5,102 



82 

(.1 

12:5,28!) 

2,. ".00 



:i97 



1,217 



(•.8:!.055 

7(>4, .■•..><!» 

142,0;.O 

44,:5til 

!l!),(i!)7 

IO.S,(i27 

140,7()() 

14,085 

:)(i,!)7:{ 

74,801 

:5.-.,.''.:{5 

27,471 
4,.'>()S 



21. •.,210 

,".(1.4.52 

:t4,t(()2 

l,4(iO 

9:14 

SO, 71 7,0,^7 

:i(i.!iii2 

27.0S7 

4S,fi:58 

1,700 

1II,!IS,S 

1 oiil,.M;t 
;5:5,;548 



0,741 

280,84:5 

24,2titi 

75 

4,725 



1,240 
452 



0,274 



10,l;i7 



85 

2,210,7:55 

7,770 



(;:57 



2:50 
82:5 



45,.5O0,4.s<.) 2,772,0(31 
11 0,085 J 10 



(^oiii and Miillion exported 

Esliin.ited aim. nut shorl returned 
at inland ports, and exprirted tol 
rniled Slates | 

Grand Total, Kxpita-ted ... 



:527,2!)8 



3.947,130 



10,825,1(53 
3,l(;5,2.52 



123,0.59,8:58 ; 1:5,090, H5 



Total. 



77,227,502 

127,8:53 

1,418,280 

15,804 

2V i,4r.7 

5:5H 

1,445,449 

18,.5|-.4 

15,265 



1,092,. 503 
4,7(59 



82,238,023 



5.50,254 

20,805 

354,,584 

107,089 



17,750 

07,288 

701,07(1 

2S,757 



090, (.90 1 
1,045,432 
107,196 
44,4:50 
104,422 
10s,(i-?7 
141,040 
14,085 I 
37,425 i 
74,S01 I 
;i5,.5:55 ; 
:!0,745 ; 

4,. 508 ' 



-o I 



2:51,347 

f.O,4.')2 

34,602 ' 

1,400 

1,019 

41,9:53,792 

:58,(>7l 

27,087 

49,. 575 

1.70(1 

11,224 

1,1:55,412 

34,171 

48,272,.550 



llonie 
rrodiiee. 



93,005,019 

1:54,973 

1,644, i 00 

12,480 

:i72.224 

1,085 

1,4.58,:579 

0,740 

18,159 

88 

2,000,760 

357 

98,080,776 



265,486 

120 

803.655 

477,162 

2,700 

2,932 

19,122 

302,481 

20,088 

4J-8 

1,015,612 

1,419,090 

42,924 

1:50,807 

290,904 

73,705 

148,028 

10,462 

31,1:53 

79,:5:50 

3,085 

87,835 

18,078 

243 

222,875 

89,075 

41,122 



i;W,.510,.573 
3,492,C5:5 

.'5,947,130 
1:57,950,253 



3.:508 

34,:561.795 

23,lbO 

10.(i:59 

47.423 



10,580 
l,104,:501 



41,240.1,56 



1:59,920,932 

1,045,723 

4,627,7:50 

145,,594,385 



1898. 



Foreign 
I'rodnee. 



8 

11,933,799 

1,191 

4,814 

799 

l,vl;! 

52,755 



2,380 



101,094 
:57 

12,(I98,.582 



170,289 
280 



710 
1,208 

9.6,50 

418,352 

9,055 

195 

79,5:55 

70') 



339 
40 



1,788 
17,782 



3,957 

2,092.712 

33 



Total. 



104,998,818 

1:50,164 

1,049,:520 

13,279 

273,9:57 

1.085 

1,511,1:54 

0,740 

20,,5:59 

SH 

2,167,860 

394 



110,779,3.58 



265,486 

liO 

973,944 

477,442 

2,700 

2,9:52 

19,122 

363,191 

21,296 

488 

1,025,202 

1,8:57,448 

.51,979 

1:57,062 

376,4:59 

73,765 

148,728 

10,402 

:51.472 

79,370 

3,085 

87,835 

20,400 

243 

240,657 

89,675 

41,122 



478 



7,325 

.36,1.54,507 

23,213 

1(5,639 

47,901 



75,1.58 



10,. 586 
1,179,4;.:> 



2,882,301 I 44,122,4,57 
14,980,883 I 1,54,901,815 



3,577.415 



4,02:5,138 



4,627,7:50 



18,5,58,298 ' 164,152,683 

I 



52 



CONSOLIDATED FUND — FUlUJC DEBT. 



[1900 



RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS, CANADA. 

Statement of the liecciiitx and I'aiimcntu Jrimi tlie Cotmitiiinifd Fund J'i.r the in'ur ending SOth June, 1898. 

The n'ci'ipt's from the soiirt'i's of the ordiimrv rm'cir.ie of the coniitrv me jiaid hito wliat Is 'ailed tha Con- 
Bolid.ated Fund, mid payments therefrom are made t<i cover the ortliiiary expenses. I hese reeeii)iH and payments, 
therefore, cotistituie what ma\' !>.• consiilered as the regular iiico?ne and expeTuiiture of the country ; receipts 
(rem and expendidire out oT loans and .-ll other extraor<linarv transnctions heiny excluded. 



RKCKU'TS. 

Customs !*'il,(i-i2,7,SS 7ri 

do Chinese Immiifration S'i,lt)4 (M) 



Excise >? 

do methylated spirits. 



T.Vt)-),--'!),''. (U 
Ii)7,-.'ti7 '-'S 



fti-Jl.TOt.SO'^ 7f> 



■.W.MKNTS. 



Post (.>ttice 

Public Works , 

Minor I'uhlic Worlvs 
Railways 



Canals 



Interest on Iiivestnieiits 

Patent Fees 

Casual 

Ordnance l.aiKi.-i .... 

Fines and Forleil ures 

Premium, I'iscoiiiil and Exchan^re ■. 

Mariners' Fund 

Klectric Litfht In>-pection 

Steamhoat Inspection 

Gas liisiiection 

Weitrhts and Measures 

Cullers' Fees 

Law Stamps 

Penitentiaries ■ 

Insurance Inspection 

Fisheries 

Modus Vi\ eiidi 

"Canada (iazette " 

Superannuation Fund 

Lijjfhthouse and Coast Service 

Doininioi; Steamers 

Military College 

Mihtia 

Civil Service Kxanii nation Fees .... 
Supreme and Kxclieciucr Court Ueiiorts 
Dominion Lands . 



7,SV1,.W2 

;{,r):i7.sii!» 

1.'{:\.'<L'7 

](i,li-27 

.•{.:n:i,S47 

4()7,(i()-i 

i,.^)i;!,4r)4 

l'-.',(K4 

•j-i;i,!ini 

;;l',:».s7 

iiii,:ir)!» 

i')4,.')r.2 

)(,4II8 

:ii,r)j,r) 

If-. (ITS 
41.(114 
lC>,7(i7 

:;,'.i;i7 

7(i,.'«8!:i 
10,r,74 

loii.nn 

(i,!l:i;! 

;'.,>• !<7 
4.".,()4.'{ 

2.77(» 

8,S,-.'.I 
l.-,„s,s:5 
•Ji,(i;« 

i,.'i,''.'. 

.■i..'{70 
!)7.'i,7i)'.i 



.*40,5,5ri,-_'38 08 



Interest on Public Debt 

Cliarj^es of .Maiia,i;ement 

SinkiiiLt Funds 

I'rciniimi, Discount and Exchantje 

(Jivil ( iovernment 

Ailministration of .Justice 

I >oniinion I'oli.'C 

i.e^jfislation 

I'enitentiaries 

.\rts, .\;jriculture and Statistics 

Immigration 

(^\iarantine 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia 

.Monnleil Police 

Public Worlis Income 

I{ailwa\s and Canals Income 

.Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions 

( )cean and River Service 

Litrht house and Co.ast Service 

Fisheries 

(leolojiical Survey 

S(!ienl ific Institutions 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Indians 

(Government of the North-west Territories 

.Miscellaneous 

Yiilion Provisional r>istrict 



Collect Hin of llereniie. 

t^istoms 

Excise 

Weiji'hts, Measures and Gas 

Post office 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Miscellaneous 



iJIO,.')it;, 

l.V.', 

•2,351» 

47, 

1,391), 

7(i.'i 

22 

72t>, 

.'W(i, 

24 

2G1, 

137 

!)(! 

340, 

1,51 i, 

sfir., 

1,701 

190, 

.^80, 

140, 

474, 

441, 

i'>7, 

79 

4,2„7 

9.12, 

347. 

203, 

47, 



90 
,S80 16 
,968 r)5 

007 32 
422 44 

008 28 
100 04 
829 0.5 
395 09 
231 .59 
194 90 
243 69 
187 09 
185 (17 
472 36 
41.'-. 96 
312 95 
,490 30 
773 21 
.•>53 22 

10 07 
24 75 
,000 (10 
442 .37 
372 19 
,.'^84 14 
,087 34 
55 
,026 65 



Surplus. 



971,320 11 

408,,JJ0 37 

83,012 (iO 

3,.'i7.'i,411 99 

l.')C,313 85 
4,(149,274 00 

l«r),410 85 

#38,832,.52.'i 70 
_1,7'22,712 33 
840iM.^a38 03 




■year. 



PUBLIC DEBT OF CANADA. 



Interest rec'd 

from 
Investment. 



Rate of j Rate of i v * u .. 
Interest Interest ' lf^'^\ 
liaidon rccVI from "^ '"*«,«■«»' 
Gross Debt. Inves'ent.! ^"^'"• 



1807 
IStiS 
ISO!) 
187(1 
1871 
1S72 
ls73 
1874 
187.''. 
1S70 
1877 
1S78 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
18,><0 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1800 
1801 
18!)2 
1803 
1801 

\»'.>r, 

1890 
1897 



.*1)3.()4(;,0.'>1 

!)(i,8'.»(;,(i';0 

112,;!(>1.098 
ll."i,it'.):!,7(i(> 
1 In, 402.082 
122,4(111, IT'.t 
]-29,7J:i.4:{2 
14I,103,.^,.M 
l,-)l,(;0:i,4(ll 
l(ll,2(l-l.i;.87 
]74,(;7.'>,8:M 
174,!t.'i7.i"!8 
]7il,4s:i,s7! 
104,0.(4,440 
I9'.i,8(;i,r.;i7 
2(i,'),.';'i.i,2.Ti 

2(I2.1.':0,104 
242,4s>,4IO 
204,7(13,0117 
27;i,i(;»,:',4l 
27.i,187,O'-'0 
2.s4,r.l:!.sll 
287.72 -",(102 
2><ti,112.2:»r, 
2.89,8i)9,22l» 
2!l.''>,3;t:!,274 
.'5(l(l.ori4,.'i24 
3( 8,348,023 
318,048,7.''.4 
32'),717. •''■;<<) 
332,.130,131 
338,375.984 



73 .*17 



20 
30 
70 
7(i 
,■',() 
19 
.'{3 
(i2 
.80 
!»7 
00 
21 
08 

r.ii 

07 i 
3(1 

%' 

11 

43 

,80 

7(i 
lu 
(i2 
10 
74 
00 

87 

73 
33 
23 



317.41(130 

,130.r.31 4<! 

■)(12,070 19 

•83,0(i4 31 

•,80,10.") 11 

,213 107 32 

.894.970 .V". 

,,838,.''i.80 M 

,0.'i.'i,02:{ (id 

(i.'i3.17.'! 78 

440. .".2'> 04 

.■)0'.,109 (I.') 

,403.0,83 8.'i 

.I.V2,8'.2 (17 

40'.,7'i7 n 

7(>3,(i(ll 10 

(;o.',;i,K!) 84 

.•i2ii,oO") 0") 

•J0ri,91.") 29 

0().-.,234 02 

,872,8-,(l 99 

!l,'<2,4,>^3 73 

192,(121 11 

.'i70,083 33 

()1I0,10!» 11 

, 201, ,8.39 00 

373,48.'. 13 

1('>4.904 48 

973,827 78 

220,103 00 

091,.''):U 87 

419.,'-)S5 32 



.«75,728 

75,7.'')7. 

75.859. 

7^.209. 

77,700, 

.82.: 87 

9!»,,<sl8 

1(18,324. 

IKi.OlKs, 

121,.'".'.l 

l;i3,23:',, 

14(1,302 

142.0011, 

ir,2,4.->i, 

1. '..'1.39:1, 

i">3.(;(ii 

i.'i8,t(;(i 

1,82,101, 

190,40' 

223,1,''.9, 

227.314, 

2;U,.V!1. 

2;i7.5:i( 
•2:i7,.i:{;!, 

2.'t7,8(l9. 

241.131 

241,081 

2lO,1.8.'l, 

2.V!,074, 

•2.')8,)97, 

•201,538, 

•203,9.'iO, 



041 37; 
134 74 
310 -20 
742 4.'-. 
517 05; 
072 (14 
401 (II 
904 42 
378 (12 
rAA (18 
.'iou 113 
(IO;i 91; 

187 3(i; 

.■..S8 01 

78(1 4(1 

0.".(1 78 

714 40 

8r.ii 2(i 

092 14' 
1(17 09 
77.1 44 
:!.-,,-; 10 
041 or. 
II 77 
(i.iO r.l 
4:!4 44 
(139 01 , 
02!) 48 
927 09 
432 77 
i'.9t) 4(i: 
iOS 91' 



8 4,. 501 
4.907 
ri.(l47 

i'l.ior. 

5,2.''.7 
"i,2(i9 
r..7-24 

o.r.od 

0,40(1 
0,707 
7.(118 
7.194, 
7,773 
7,501 
7.74(1 
7,00s;, 
7,70(1, 
9.419 

i(i,i;iv 

o,(;s2, 

9,s23 

10,148 

9,0,'".0 

9..'.s4 

!l,703, 

9.,8()0 

10,212, 

10.400 

1(1 .KVi 

10.(i45 



,508 33 
.013 71 

,0.'')4 24 

304 

•:30 
,20.-. 

4;{0 

700 
9(12 



14 



.883 

7;!t 

8(>8 75 
144 8s 
sdt 47 
.".r.2 89 
180 01 
4,S2 19 
(1(18 (>(> 
928 87 
313 (HI 
',»31 
841 
l:!0 
!t78 34 
8.88 45 
5fKi 13 
294 44 
429 !>0 
003 27 
757 90 



97 
16 
■4 



SI126 
313, 
303 

.'■..'■.4 
488 
39(i 
(il9 
81(1 
70S 
717 
o(ir, 

,192 

834 

751 

91 » 

1,001 

! 8(i 

1,09' 

2 299, 

990 

032 

1,311.1 

1,0.<<2 

1,0'. 

1,0,80 

l.MO 

1,217 

1,330 

1,37(» 

l,4-'3 



419 84 
021 20 
,9;".,") !>1 
,383 72 
.041 .14 
4(13 94 
,,803 00 
,SS('. 0.'. 
,9(1.1 9.1 
084 31 
774 22 
.1(1(1 (14 
,792 07 
,.113 49; 
(109 27 
192 90 
,098 37 j 
,03.1 511 
978 91 
,8,80 09, 
(121 ,3.1 
.;!92 2'. 
•271 30 
,228 14' 
419 93 
100 .11 
.8(18 97 
,040 94 
(,'00 .10 
,003 84 
,654 .18 



4-04 
4-30 
4-35 
4-47 
4-29 
4-01 
4-05 

4-;i4 

3-97 
3-.^9 
4 -(12 
4'(10 
3-99 
3-79 
3-70 
3-79 
317 
3 -.1,1 
3-71 
3 -.14 
3 '45 
3 -.12 
3-37 
3-31 
3'.30 
3 '20 
3-31 
3"2!t 
3 '23 
3'20 
3'10 



-.19 

•85 

•96 

146 

1-21 

i:« 

1-85 
2-, 35 
'217 
1-73 
1-75 
1 ()2 
197 

1 -69 
1^76 
2-29 
103 

2 92 
4 -.19 
2- 10 
1-86 
2-60 
2 23 
207 
2^00 
1'97 
1-96 
2 05 
204 
2 '03 
2(13 



4-51 
4 08 
4 02 
3-99 
389 
3-70 
3 61 
3-78 
3-47 
3-47 
3- OS 
3 •07 
3 -.16 
3-42 



3;?2 
3-29 
2-76 
3 80 
2-86 
3 18 
3- 12 
3 07 
2-99 
2-93 
2-93 
2-88 
2-91 
2-87 
2-80 
2-76 
2-66 



1900] 



STATISTICS FOR 1S99. 



53 



STATISTICS FOR 1899. 



We are pnahled this year to publiiih iniimrtiint tables of Caiuulian Kiiuiiipe and Trade for the year etuUnj; 30th 
June, IbSm. Althoiif;:h these slatisiies are "iiiirevised," they will he found (iraetieally (correct. The enormous 
growth of Cunadian trafle is rellecited in these tallies. The revc :nie of the eounliy has increased ??(i,n(lO,(Mlli over 
l.s.ls, and the nnports have ifrown from .^l-J!>,()I)ll,(Jull tt .ri:'i2,lM),).0iHl. The exports' show a deerease of .■s4.(iO().(l(ll). 
This is aceonnted for hv the lower priee of wheat, the item of .\(j;ricullund I'roducts shrinkint; from ilr4a,7'27,172 
to !!i;t7,4()5,838. 



CUSTO.MS. 

rniri^heil f^tafemfnf <>f tlic Vithien nf tin' I'rlneiprJ Jitipurtu (Dtitiahl)') futrird fitr Cnnfiiniiptlnn in Canada 
and thr Datirn cidlertcd Iheieoii durimj tJw livi'lri' inantliK ended .iOtli June, W'V and ISM), resjiectiveh/. 



£iH (ri 



4-61 

4 08 

4 02 

309 

3-89 

3-70 

3-61 

3-78 

3-47 

3-47 

3 08 

3 (17 

3-.'i6 

3-42 

3-32 

3-29 

2-76 

3 80 

2-86 

318 

312 

307 

2-99 

2-93 

2-93 

2-88 

2-91 

2-87 

280 

2-76 

266 



Ale, l)eer and jiorter . . . 

Animals 

Hooks, namphlets, etc . 
IJrass, manufaciures of 
Breadstuffs 

Corn for distillation. . 

Grain of all kinds.. . . 

Klour 

Meal, corn and oats . . 

Ui(;e 



Otlier l)readstuffs 

Hieycles, trieycles, veloeijiedcs and parts of 

Cars, railway :;.id tram 

Cement and niaiuifaetures of 

Coal, hiluminous 

Copper, manufactures of 

Cotton, li'eaehed or unbleaeiied, not dyed, nor coloured 

" oleai^hed, d\ ed, coloured, i^c 

" clothing 

" thread (not on spools), yarn, warj), etc 

" thread on s|>ools 

" all other manufactures of 

Drujjfs and nicdicines 

Ei'rlhenware, stone and eliinaware 

Fancy goods and embroideries, vin: - 

Bracelets, braids, frini;es, etc 

Laces, collars, nettiru^^s, etc 

All other fancy ^^oods 

Fish and products of 

Flax, etc., manufactures .if 

Fruits and nuts, dried 

" j^reen, viz., oranges and lemons ... 

" all otlicr 

Furs, mamifiictures of 

Glass, mamu'actures of, viz. : — 

Bottles, jars, decanters, tableware and gasligh shades 

Window glass 

riate glass 

All other niamifactures of 

(Jun;-owder and explosive substances 

(tutta ]ierclia, n\iuiufacturi's of 

Huts, caps and bonnets beaver, silk or felt 

" •• all other 

Iron and steel and manufa<'tures of. \ iz. . - 

Band, boo)), sheet and plate 

Bar-iron and raihv ay bars 

Cutlery, hardware, to^ls and implements 

Macliincs. macliinerv ;iiid engines, including locomoi ives 

Pig-iron, kentledge and scraps 

Stoves and castings 

Tubing 

All other manufactures of iron and steel 

•lew cllary autl watches and mai. ufacturcsof gold anil silver 

Lead, and luamifai^tuies of 

I-eather, all kinds 

" boots and shoes 

" all other manufactures of leatlier 

.Marble and stone and mamifaclures of 

.Metals and manufactures of 

Musical instrumenis 

Oil, mineral and products of 

Oil, flax seeil or linseed, raw or boiled 

Oil, all other 



Twelve Months Ended 


Twelve Months Ended 


;iUth .June, 18!)S. 


30th .lune, 1899. 


Value, 


l>uty 

Collected. 

.'i?fi5,()05 40 


Vahie. 


Duty 
Collected. 


SI 40, 10!) 


.•i?103,810 


$68,157 90 


388,.';01 


77,299 (i5 


4,59,881 


92,80(i 30 


i)12,iK)7 


172,302 33 


1,119,805 


195,726 43 


337,028 


94,.535 79 


417,277 


114,777 46 


0->,247 


15,005 05 


218.004 


49,630 45 


113,802 


20.7.80 57 


85,741 


17.2.59 41 


143,875 


20,750 27 


143,9,39 


25,.302 91 


184,195 


28,578 28 


104,538 


19,0(;8 ,35 


297,311 


1<>4,389 00 


400,341 


181,(!2(( 45 


231,290 


51,144 19 


248 1()7 


51,658 .54 


802,240 


257,935 44 


801.881! 


239,901 49 


100,943 


33.200 57 


230,978 


09,186 49 


314,410 


103,7,59 01) 


405,349 


145,((75 ,59 


3,14.'),.')92 


882,142 5() 


3,605,, 521 


1,143,449 89 


h<i,.".04 


18,180 87 


84,190 


18,268 48 


479.404 


110,419 19 


713,780 


155,303 67 


2,481,438 


788,072 71 


3,190,405 


922,997 15 


3()()„304 


119,1.58 11 


424,907 


134,(i20 85 


2ri7,940 


.39.7-0 74 


329,410 


47,1((6 89 


.-^70,104 


83,049 44 


285,492 


.59,871 99 


728,. '.38 


200,.^11 .^4 


98,5,770 


253,432 ..3 


1,442,099 


;!.•«», 122 57 


1,708,8,51 


383,940 28 


07r>,18r) 


184,01)7 40 


9(»5,999 


223,838 53 


,534,8,53 


103,572 OC 


,570,770 


171,846 42 


707,241 


219,579 57 


039,795 


192,554 75 


.508,232 


165,322 30 


041,440 


178 2,30 Oi) 


377, ,522 


65,007 32 


490,758 


87.026 ,30 


1,171,900 


281, Oi^ 9 71 


1,09,8,201 


3,54,445 44 


1,152.003 


338,730 !t5 


l,178,(Hil 


346,175 37 


007,080 


87,004 si 


797,171 


98,533 24 


302,884 


101,685 73 


415,727 


121,l(i2 79 


43'-,047 


08,493 SO 


646,. 500 


1()((,694 65 


432,510 


125,298 01 


519,013 


1.50,741 27 


308,577 


55,189 05 


.384,452 


6.«,0S6 01 


134,404 


35,787 88 


219,ti,50 


,56,480 81 


149.109 


31,996 59 


198,4(i9 


45,202 99 


130, ,"(19 


,30,381 89 


205,080 


48,157 .59 


,!9(!.522 


110,684 .50 


4(i2,520 


120,082 0(> 


834,518 


234,2,58 35 


907,712 


234,938 04 


.504,.500 


159,098 12 


5,58, (Ki5 


119,187 71 


1,705,389 


144. .525 30 


2,109,288 


1(10,122 00 


4(i3.(i32 


115,(1111 78 


0(15.507 


1,59,364 51 


2,427,4.50 


()31,215 97 


3,329,105 


840,926 37 


2,857.939 


707,402 04 


3,5.3(1,435 


892,821 98 


5(50,474 


148,7i>7 81 


8( (3,447 


149,744 98 


202,, 383 


53.008 03 


202,100 


70.224 39 


5t)3,045 


115,320 99 


853,044 


104,135 08 


3,2()4,247 


,S30,.383 00 


3,7tt8,348 


982,817 79 


800,8.58 


22(i.(;51 47 


995,31(( 


2(i0,649 71 


333,023 


50,070 9( 


.307„5llO 


57,195 34 


1,073,335 


178,.549 27 


1,015,8:'5 


102,051 75 


308,348 


9ii.0;>2 0!) 


41((,(i31 


1(11.499 52 


IM),292 


47.009 19 


238,40(1 


5(i.331 (59 


184.039 


43.515 79 


227„588 


53,023 21 


,547,548 


140,:i07 00 


Oi(0,755 


184,115 7(( 


278,031 


7(),.5,34 12 


.349,(147 


95,528 98 


()97,530 


428.203 43 


71S,;i90 


440,970 38 


183,019 


40,777 07 


,329,998 


04,184 13 


382,302 


74,590 U9 


1 ,3!(2,-)14 


73,708 80 



ii 



54 



STATISTICS FOH 1899. 



[1900 



CUSTOMS STATISTICS -Continued. 



Paints and culours 

Paper, cnvelopt's, I'tc 

Pickles, siiuoes, i;ai>ers, all liiiids 

Provisions, vi/. :- Lanl, meats, fresli and 

" butter aii<l cheese 

Seeds and roots 

Silk, nianufai'Mires of 

Soap, all kinds 

Spices, !,'round and unKi'imnd 

Spirits, all kinds 

Wines, s|iarklinjf 

" otlier than sparklint; 

Molasses 

Snijar 



ialt. 



Twelve Montlis Knded 
.•Jlllh June, KsilS 



Twelve Months Kn<led 
.iOth June, lsi»!t. 



Tobacco and c-trars 

" leaf 

Vej,'etal)leii 

Wood, nianufaoturos of 

Woollens, carjiets, Hrussels and tapestry.. . . 

" clotliinj^ 

" cloths, worsteds, cuatiny^s, etc 

" dress iroods 

" knitted y:oods 

" shawls 

" yarns 

" all oilier manufactures of woollens. 
All other (hitiable ^'oo<ls 



Totals, dutialde Koods. 

Coin and bullion 

Free j,'oodg 



Grand totals. 



X'alue. 


I>ut.y 
Collected. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


S(;.V2,I7S 


.<<i.-s-i71 44 


.>7S2.(l»il 


S77.44H :«> 


l,l-i-l,101 


.•{:i4,4;{| iVJ 


1,-.!»7,,SS.-, 


;!(i:i,14!» la 


ni,ir.i 


4,'i,7(i.>s :'.! 


lst.4.".l 


:>:,,\\-2. r.s 


1,-.'41,(m!» 


4o-J,til.'i ivl 


1, '0(1. -J!).'! 


.•{7.".,lfi.") ((2 


s-2,'J.')S 


Kl.l.'.ii (i-i 


(14,7fl(l 


11,!>72 (18 


■t;i7,i'(ii) 


4."i,;itM ill 


.sii;!,:;ii 


;{7,r)()r. -m 


•j,ti-j,s,4rKS 


7(i.l,,-.47 •.;4 


.•!,71.".,IMil 


l,()7;t,22li 71 


■j.sr),."ini 


7.'{,47<1 ii.'i 


:!7::,n4 


Sil.l-it! 7S 


l!Kt,(i(ll 


•J'.l.4U(i -^7 


1!M1,744 


■M,-im f)! 


!)(Ki.l77 


•J,l>i:i,!is4 11 


l,ll.-.,,sl(l 


2,(.L- 1,44(1 07 


I(iM,(i;".7 


4-.i,>2ll I.-; 


■iiHi,ri(i,s 


r>ri,()ri2 .w 


■_•().-,, (WO 


l(i7,:;.-.o Vl 


.■i(i:{,;i4s 


184.,M)r> («» 


,><»,!i:!S 


74,.sii.". 7ri 


74-.',7I4 


78,ri,v.» ;«» 


4,.MMi,L!4(l 


l,:itil,it!»7 .'id 


,'i,J^(>S,,'S.'i.') 


l,i«(i,:V>t a.f) 


■J2-J,!»7() 


•.^71,1(14 i;{ 


■.i(lll,:!;!l 


;«i,-i;{4 72 


444,,V.l 


l>,s,.(iio nil 


1 ,(>.!:! 


!I71) 10 


•J()4.-Jl(i 


(iti,-ii;i .ss 


■J7l.,!I4u 


(>;!.(i4() ftr) 


();i(i,,s."iti 


1 i:i,7;i.s S;') 


74<i,o:i-_' 


17(1,710 41> 


(iS!),(i74 


■J|-_',.S(KI 4S 


!t:t:i,ti4-J 


24!»,!)!>8 12 


',•40,1 -Jit 


■-'!l.'i,()Ml -il 


i)!»4,Sli8 


;«)2,()2(( 08 


■-',044.7:tr, 


(Wl.fisii 4S 


■i,(l!i;{.«4!) 


72{l,87:t !>1 


;!,n.si;,."i,s4 


'.i.'i7,'.i;:s !>7 


:i,4:i;!,l(i:' 


!)7rp,;i,s!» ;«) 


4:!;j,i7'." 


l:i4,(l,S4 .'i!l 


(1(14, .'i.'i." 


17(i.4:i4 28 


.■i;{,i;t,'i 


14,1IMI S4 


H\,-l:'t 


18,117 40 


17S,(il!» 


:>.\).--.\' -<i 


■jN!',;iUS 


rir.,677 82 


r)-Ji,-jsi 


141,414 7!" 


tl4.'.,l.'i4 


l.-.;t,r)2;! 7« 


10,-J:;(i,l.-)() 


•_',."'7'.),-JM> 111 


11, 4.^7, M4 


2,82r),-3],'i A-A 


7.{.(ii)4,(i44 


■il,:.ti4,.VS4 7!) 


87,r.:{(i,08"i 


2.^.,l.-.7,o;«) 77 


4,;!,v.»,i-2.{ 




4.(i77,(i;i() 




.■>1, 44(1. !•">:< 




.■iii,Mi7,;i;{7 






. 



Unreviscd Statement of the 
' the 



!*12!),riS(l,72() 1.^21, r>()4,ri84 7!l Hil."i2,(l21.0.')8 S2r),157,i»;{(i 77 

l'ah(e,< of tlie I'riiteipal Imiiortx ( h'yee) entered lur (.Uinstonptinn in Ciinala dining 
twelre niontiis ended .Idm June, IS'js and ls:i;i, ref^peetire/ii. 



Twelve .Months Ended ;«(th June. 



Animals for nnpro\ cment of stock 

Articles for use of the irmy and navy 

Asphaltum or asi)halt '. 

Broom corn 

Coil, anthracite 

Cotf ee 

Corn, Indian 

Cotton waste 

raw 

Dyes, chemicals, etc 

Fish, and products of 

Fishories, articles for, nets, seines, lines, etc. 

!• ruits : bananas, oiives, pineajiples, "W. 

Fur skins, not dressed 

Grease, for soap-makinj;, etc 

Hides and skins 

India-rubber and j.-'utta i>ercha, crude 

Jute cloth and jute yarn 

Metals, brass and (jopper 

II steel rails for railways 

'I iron and steel, all other 

1' tin and zinc. . 

II other 

Oils, vegetable 

Salt 



Settlers' effects 

Silk, raw 

Sisal, manilla and hemp, undressed. 
Tea 



Tobacco leaf 

Wood, cab ne! makers', etc. 

Wool 

All other free goods 



Totals, free goods 

Coin and bullion 

Dutiable goo<ls 



Grand totals. 



18i)8. 

8^21(1, 

(127. 

i'ld, 

IKi, 

r),7r)4, 
i:,A, 

(i,!»41», 

l!tt 

;{,!»12 

2,2t)4, 

,M(I. 

iW. 

,'i(i:i, 

41:', 

l«(i, 

,'{,(.•28, 

l,r.:il, 

(lol, 

l.Ot.'i, 

l.lltl, 

l,i^7(i, 
l,4."iU, 

2.S(), 
(1(1, 

2! II I, 

•2,7:i!i, 

22U, 
(ill, 

2,."i'.io, 
1(1, 
1,702, 
1,.S!C 

(i,ti:,i 



1(77 
!MI 
1117 
.'{72 
141) 
327 

;-|.-.4 

17i» 

ri;i2 
(;7;{ 
7 •'»."> 
l:o 
x;i8 

24!l 
(l!ll 
218 
1'.I7 
,((17 
It.-! 
-,•> > 

,sol 
107 
I 'I' 
;i82 

:i(i'.i 
u'.> 
i'2u 
274 

1811 

t:<2 
(i;i7 
174 



r.l,4i'i,!iri;{ 

4,;i8!i,i2;{ 

7;M'!»t,(i44 

8l-2ii,r,;!(i,720 



18<J!). 

i*17(i,i:«i 
;u>;i,(i!i7 

it.'),4-2!> 

l.'{4,177 

(l,t4(l,l(ll 

4(i.'{.274 

, 8,l)li;i,S!l8 

2oi,:i;{4 

3,(i(>4 (174 

2,147,111!) 

442,;i71 

.'-124,2.^)4 

.'.()7,-28!) 

78:i,814 

212,:il!) 

.'!,7!ll,ri22 

i,7<«), '.•■'!;{ 
,-),"o,7;;(i 

1,(I!M,17S 
1,(1(1(1,(17!) 

2,2:18,1 i;i8 
i,;i(i(i.(t8:{ 

2!Ml,!l77 
(1(1, )!).'{ 

•20(1,44") 
•2,r.78,!)'21 

•2(14,281 
l,02t,."i8.') 

.•!,;ii;i,(>:!2 

l,7<i.'i,il!H> 
2, 221, !l! 10 
1,422.8:« 
l),ti:!8,273 

.■■)!i,.8ii7,:i.'f7 

4,(i77,(i:«l 

87,r>:i(),()8r) 

1(1152,(121, 0.18 



Sto 



II. 
Ill 
IV. 



1 900 J 



(jL'STOMS STA'J'ISTICS — foreign TllADE OF CIllEAT lUUTAIN. 






CUSTOMS ST ATJ STJCS- Continued. 



(/iiiviusi'd Stalfiiifitl iif the Valnfn, hij Clamex, uf the Kxparts nf Canttda durinij tlic twelve montlin ended 

SOth Juno, IS'.is and is<.):i, i-c»yectivelii. 



Produce of the iiiiii« 

fisherieH . . . . 

11 fOl'l'St 

AiiiiiialM iiiid Iheir iinxliu.'e, 

Ajfi'iiMiltiinil pnxliKas 

.Manufnctiircs 

Miscellaneous articles 



HiiIlioM . 
Coin ,. . 



Totals 



Ctrand totals! 



Tvelvi! Sronths Eiiiled 
:«Kh June, 1S!»S. 



Home 
I'rodiice. 



ui,7!n,sr>2 
liti, :>;(:{,( M)0 
4»,24:2,.x-i.') 

;«,2;{4,0(i4 

l(),4r.4,!)Si» 
14(i,81»4 

i:i!i,4(i-j,2;!» 



>«-140,4;15,2r)it 



Korei>rn 
I'rodnce. 

117,7;tV 
t(W,l»l!t 

I,s;i8,(y7 
10,4!):!. HW 

1,1U7,I>27 
;{«(), ir>o 



i4,(ii)i,!ni 
;i,ri7i>,«i;ii 

:?18,-J71,r)42 



Total. 
.sl4,-2-i:{,!»;is 

1it,iMI!t,.J8!) 
•2(i,!tlM;,!t7!> 
4(l,0.S0,8,'i2 
4;!, 727, 172 
ll,tl22,61(i 

r>;i:{,044 

1.'>4,0!M,I!KI 

i,ori2,!t.so 
;i,ri7it,(wi 

!?ir)8,72«,801 



Twelve Months Knded 
:«)th June, 18!)ii. 



Home 
l'r(Kluce. 

>il:j,:Mi,(>ii4 

!l,!>47,!>,'i7 

28,t)2r>,4S7 

4(i,()88,22!) 

2;i,(ll4,;il4 



n,4:)7,l(i: 



,, I 



201,478 



Koreij^n 
Produce. 

8180,2(17 

:«;,()72 

8i»,l»8i» 

I,2(i0,2(i2 

14.4r)l,,V24 

1,020,077 

H.'i8,41() 



l:i2,67r.,<H)l 17,3!)8,101 

l,0!>:i,2S(i 
I 2,!>16,,^72 



!«l:«,7(i8,t)77 *20,:U4,673 



Total. 
!*l;t,r>2i,;f;u 

!),il84,()2!» 
28,lir>,47(t 
47,048,491 

:t7,40r),8;« 

12,47S,l;!0 
.';ri9,888 

l.-)(),07;i,702 
l,(l!W,28« 
2,!>l(i,.'i72 

«ii;)4,08a,(),5o 






I 



FOREIGN TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN. 

The two follo>viML;' tables show the enormous extent of the trade of the Mother I'ountry. The first tahle 
sliows the amcjutit of the imports into Great Britain, and the second taiile the exports. The anioiuits are 
^fivun in dollars. 



Slateiiient, hij CldKxc". nf thr /iiiinhix inin (Inai liritn'm duriiuj llw Yfars i-ndcd -idtli June, is;i7, ISUS and 1S99. 



iMl'OKTS. 



Years Ended 30th June. 



I. Animals, living (for food) 

II. {(I) Articles of food luid drinU (duty free) 

(!i) Articles of food and drink (dutiahlc) 

Tobai'co (iliil'.al)l(') 

III. .Metals 

IV. I'hcniicals, (he stuffs and tannin^;' substances 

V. Oils .' 

VI. liaw materials f(n' textile manufactures 

VII. Kaw materials for simdiy industries and manufactures. 

Vlll. Mannfaclnnd articles. " 

IX. (a) .Miscellaneous articles 

(/') Parcel post 



1807. 



Total \'alue !s2,li}2,780,l(i0 i?2,247,;i2(i,729 82,29;^880,572 



7.T2, 
129, 

•il, 

\u-i, 
:i(t, 
:<8, 

2;i(>, 

408. 

07, 

4, 



72l,9;i0 

73.1,987 

7ri;i,2.ii 
;ii.i,2i>.') 

0<W,721 
91ti,148 
743,734 
842,403 
333,9,-.7 
!»U),r)27 
734,442 
713,7<M 



1898. 



18i». 



8.i,n,007,329 
788,727,r)7(i 
1 ■■<(), (170,569 

19,209,904 
104,8!>3,088 

2(i,8r)9,(i78 

39,31(),49ri 
33r),933,S19 
2.'.1, 284,839 
419,()03,79r> 

70,198,109 
(i,l.i5,40S 



.•*47,701,204 
801,307,260 
128,073,818 

20,889,009 
119,!)44,070 

27,()30,.'i38 

43,(ir)2,8.51 
330,860,124 
2(i2,()44,636 
431,844,173 

74,007,995 
5,804,882 



Statetnent, hy Clanxes, of the lixportg of Great Britain diirimj flic Vearn Knded 30th June, 18'-)7, 18!)S and JUnu. 



KXI'ORTS. 



Years Ended 30th June. 



1897. 
.$5,048,524 



I. Animals livinjf. . 

II. Articles ot food and driidt 58,522,737 

III. Haw materials : 90.475,227 

IV. Articles niamifaclured and ])artl.\ mamifactured— ! 

(a) Yarns and textile fabrics . . , .' 494,()4(i,(it)2 

(h) Metals and articles manufactured therefrom (except} 

macliincrv and ships) 165,310,88.") 

(.•") Macbirierv ;iiiil mill worU j 84,9t'(i,99(i 

(</) Ships, new (not re^i-.tere(l as Hritisli) i Not recorded prior to, 'an. 1,'99 

((') Api>arel and articles of personal use | 49,(l40,(i45 | 47,043,492 

(/) ( 'iiemicals and chemical and medicinal |Mi)iarations ' Kt,994,445 ; 41,0.50,358 

(f/) All other articles, either manufaclurid or iiarllv manu 

factured 162,966,104 

(A) Parcel post 0,047,016 



1898. 



If5,764,241 

.58,10(i,851 
97,001,441 



Total value of Hritish an<l Iri'.^li iiroduce and manufactures 
Exports of Foreijrn and Colonial merchandise 

Grand toftd value 



I,l(i0,!)59,;i01 
285,476,292 

*1,440,435,,593 



455,235,052 

164,579,803 
78,195,964 



159.533,923 
10,133,534 



1,116,645,619 
289,287,325 



1899. 



.•*4,929,724 

.59,597,273 

117,771,294 

46tl,911,932 

168,.335,051 
94,423,320 
25,.373,179 
47,1.5O,i)04 
42,163,452 

16.5,941,1.57 
11,437,981 

1,204,035,267 
302,477,709 



§1,405,932,944 '81, .506,512,976 



5() 



MINERAL PRODUCTION OF CANADA. 



[1900 



MINERAL PHODUCTTON OF CANADA. 



The J'ollowiiij tabic nhoirs the tulal mine of the eariouH mineralu produced in Canada dun'nij 

the yeniK is;i;'i, IS'.iii and 1SU7, 



I'UODUC'TH. 



Metallic. 

Aiitiiiioiiy (lie Toils. 

CopptT ('■) Mm. 

(Jolddn <»z. 

Iron oif (i') Ton.'*. 

lil'Uli ((') IJw. 

Mtrciiry " 

Nickel (/) '■ 

IMiitiimin <)/. 

^Silv•t■l• '• 



Total ViiliU', Mil:illic 



. Tons, 



NUN-MKTAI.I.U;. 

Ai-t'molili' 

Airtt'iiir (white) 

AslifStllS 

Chioiiiitu 

Colli 

fok.'d/) 

Kcl.siHir 

Fire .'liiy 

(iliipliiU' 

(iiin(l.-<t.>iu'.-i 

(Jyiisuiii 

liiiiit'.itone for thix 

I/ilhoKi'iiIiliie stone 

JliiMgaiU'se ore 

Mieii 

Mineral piynienls 

liaryta Tons. 

Oehies " 

Mineral waters Galls. 

.Molyliilenite Llis. 

Moulding .«an(l Tons. 

Natural gas 

Petroleum l/i ) Bris. 

Phosphate (apatite) Tons. 

Preeious stones 

Pyrites Tons. 

< Quartz " 

Salt " 

Soapstotie " 

.Siruetuial materials and clay produets: 



1895. 
(.juiintity. Vtthie. 



8,789, 

lG,4(il, 
3.888! 
■i,578, 



162 
80« 
797 
794 
431 
525 



275 



8,75(5 

3,177 

3,478,344 

53,350 



1,329 

220 

3,475 

22t;.178 
34,579 



1,1 IS. 



Bricks 



.VI. 



e. yds. 
Brls. 



Building stone 

Cement, natural 

Portland " 

Klagstnnes sij. ft. 

(Jranite Tons. 

Lime Itush. 

Marble Tons. 

MLseellaneous clay iirodiiets (i) 

Pottery 

Roofing cement Tons. 

Sands and gravels '■) " 

Sewer pipe 

Slate Tons, 

Terra-i'otta 

Tiles :m. 

Tripolitc Tons. 

Whiting Itrls. 

Total stnictural materials and clay products 
All other non-nietallic 



Total value, non-metallic 

metallic 

Estimated value of prodiu'ti' unspecitied or 
not reporttid (m) . . . 



(Jrand total 



125 



94"i, 

2,083, 

238, 

531, 

2, 

1,360, 

3 

1,030 



714 

i;74 

1170 
716 
343 
984 
,80' 
,299 



6,196,600 



(«) 



368,175 

41,300 

6,(39,1,')3 

143,047 

(A) 2,545 

3,492 

6,1,50 

31,932 

202,608 

32,916 

2,000 

8,464 

65,00(J 



1,339 
739,382 



14,tMH) 
126,048 



1896. 
Ijuaniily. ' Value. 



1897. 
(Quantity. Vahie. 



;( 



9.393,012 : 1,021 .S'60 

133,274 2,754,774 

91,iKI6 191,:>,")7 

24,199,977 721,1,59 

4,437 1,940 

3,397,113 1,188,990 

750 

3,20.5,343 i 2,149,.503 



13,3(M),802 

291.582 

r)0,705 

.39,018,219 

688 

3,997,647 



8,030,633 



(«) 



12,2,")0 

2 342 

3,745;716 

49,619 

972 

842 

139 

3,713 

207,032 

37,462 



429,856 

27.004 

7,226,462 

110,257 

(A) 2,583 

1,805 

9,455 

33,310 

178,061 

36,140 



1231 



145 

2,3<;2 

706,372 



(A) 3,975 
60,0J0 

715 

1(),045 

111.736 



6,76.5 



726,138 
1,822 



13,5.30 

423.032 

1,086,738 

9,565 



5,739 



726,822 
570 



34 198 



102,.594 



52,376 
475 

.308,836 



128,294 

80.(Kt5 

19.238 

5,225,000 

200 



160,455 
2,138 

1,670,000 
1,095,000 

173,675 

6,687 

84,838 

700,000 

2,000 



33,715 

10 

43,960 

410 



11.478 

276,301 

1,1.55,647 

3,420 



277,162 



19,200 



1.51 .,588 
3.1,53 
118..359 
2.57,045 
.58,900 
195,123 
210,000 



70.705 
78,385 



18,717 
' ' ' 2i;'» 



86 
224,769 



4,726,368 
9,585,482 

14.311,850 
6,196,600 

250,000 

20,758,450 



664 



101,1.55 

,50 

169,693 

1,230 

l,6(X),fK)0 

1,000,000 

6O,.50O 

141,151 

6,710 

1(M;,709 

650,000 

2,405 



5,5,58,446 



205 



30,442 

2,637 

3,786,107 

60,686 

1,400 

2,118 

436 

4,572 

239,691 

31,273 



1.5i 



.571 

3,'.H)5 

749,691 



5,485 



709,857 
908 



38,910 



1,501,660 

6,027.016 

130,290 

l,39(i,8.53 

324 

1,399,176 

1.600 

3,323,395 



13,780,314 

(") 
1,845 



445,368 

32,474 

7,303„597 

176,457 

3,290 

5,759 

16,240 

42,340 

244,531 

30,2.58 



1,166 
76,000 

3,060 

23,560 

141,477 



10,931 

325,873 

1,011,546 

3,984 



116,730 



163,427 

430 

80,110 

1,53,875 

.53,370 

83.8.55 

225,0<JO 

9,960 



4,327,542 
9,976,338 

14.303,880 
8,0.30,633 

250,000 

22,584,513 



51,348 
157 



85,450 
119,763 



10,345 



225,730 
350 

1,600,000 

1,000,000 

65,893 

209,380 

7,190 

61,934 

650,000 



129,629 



1.52,963 



15 



76,729 
164,2r)0 

42,800 

1.55,595 

225,(J00 

150 



4,388,550 
10,242,.566 

14,031,116 
13,780,314 

2.50,000 

28,661,430 



till Value at mine, i|uarry or works, ihi Not reported, m Copper contents of ore, matte, etc., at the average 
market price for the year, nlj Ounces, tine, calculated at value of .•<20.67 |)er oz. '<i Lead contents of ore, matte, etc., 
at average market price for year, ff' Nickel contents of ore, matte, etc., at average market price for year, fiii Oven 
coke, rh/ Calculateil from otHcial inspection returns and computed at average yearly price per barrel (of 35 imp. 
gallons), ri' Includes (for the years given) terra-cotta, pottery, sewer pipe anil earthenware. 0-> Included 'a 
miscellaneous elay proilncts. fh' Exports only. 'I.' Railway shipmeiitH. i uu Mostly structural materialfi. 



1,84a 

'445,'36'8' ' 

32,474 

',303„597 

17«,457 

3,'.'90 

5,759 

1(5,240 

42,340 

244,531 

30,258 

i.'i'ee' 

76,000 



l,ti00,000 

1,000,000 

65,893 

209,380 

7,190 

61,934 

650,000 



129,629 

' 7(i,729 ' 
164,2r)0 
42,800 
1.55„i9o 
225,000 
150 



1900] 



PUKCIOUS METALS — MINKHAL INIJU8THIES OF ONTARIO. 



57 



PRECIOUS METALS IN CANADA IN 1898. 

The foUowiii;;' tiilile shows tliu viiliie of the proilucliun of yold, silver and plaliniiiu in (.'anadii ilurinjf ll>e 
year 1808. 



(lOlil). 

Novu .Scotiu .'<ri;i8,r>()o 

qnebfo (i,o."" 

Ontario ■i(i5,SS!l 

SoithWfxt Tr.rriliirii'H .— 

Saskatchewan (eBliniated) 25,000 

Vulum (cstinniled) 10,()(M),()()0 

British ( 'olunddu. •i,!»;il),8.V2 

• «i;»,775,4-J() 



SILVKK. 

tiuebeo iiH3,055 

( )ntario 4i),.Wl 

British Coluiiil)ia 2,.500,75a 

$2,51W.929 

I'LATIXIM. 

Dominion 81, .10(1 



MINERAL INDUSTRIES OF ONTARIO. 

The following,' tuhle (fives tlic (|uantity and value of mineral iirodncts in the Province ot Ontario during the 
year 1898, with tlie nuinl)er of wurl<inen employed, and amount of waives paid for labor. 



ruomxr. 



(Quantity. 



Vaiak. 



. barrels 



Building stone, nibble, etc 

Cement, natural roek 

CJement, Portland 

I.ime bushels 

Mrain tile number 

Oommoti brick " 

I'ressed brick and terra coita " 

Sewer pipe 

Pottery 

Petroleinu imperial f,'allons 

Illumiiiafins,' oil " 

Lubricating; oil •' 

Benzine and Naiihlba " 

(ias anu fuel oils and lar 

Parattin wax .iiid (.'andkH 

Natural gas 

Carbide of calcium tO!is (2,000 lbs. net) 

Salt " 

Gypsum " " 

(Jraphilc " " 

Micii " " 

Iron ore " " 

Pig iron " " 

Nickel " 

Copper " 

Gold o/,s. 

Silver " 



Dl.li-js 

l.')8,:i4S 

•J,()2(),()()0 

•2-.;,<)(i8,(i(i() 

17(),()()0,OIIO 
S,!)«i),S(5S 



.lbs. 



•26,1I7S,!)77 
12,l!,S1 (i-_"J 
■2,04:{,22() 
1,24(),!K)7 
8,(147,441 
■2,til(;,()80 



Totals. 



1,(»40) 

5it,;isr) 

8,0(10 

300 

.•i4 

■27,4(1!) 

48,-2r).S 

4,l8tri 

1(),261 

8(i,(i00 



7.')(i,()(l(> 

74,222 

;i(l2,()!IC 

:{()s 0(10 

22r),(HI0 
014,000 
1(MI,:U4 

o:t,717 

1.55,000 



l,24:i,400 
202.150 
121, .840 

28(i,7().'> 

116,;{40 
;iOi, 0(1(1 

5.''.,076 

278,,S8(i 

4, (KM) 

6,000 

7,. 500 

48,875 

.5;i(l,78!) 

.')14,220 

268,080 

275,078 

51,000 

87,235,877 



EMI'LOYKKS. 



Wa(ik,s. 



1,2,50 

85 
220 

548 

2,622 

126 

77 

164 



.546 



85 

35 

191 

15 

10 

15 

100 

130 

637 

580 
50 



7,495 



520,000 

23,784 

104,3.50 

127, (HW 

4.50,000 

42,. 580 
2(i,26() 
61,000 



263,455 



31,4.'," 

16,398 

60,629 

2,000 

1,8(10 

4, 5(10 

20,700 

(;i,476 

315,.'^01 

2iR),919 
28,430 



S:2,464.239 



ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF COLD AND SILVER l^ THE WORLD FROM 1887 TO 1896. 



Vbar. 



British E.mcikk. 
Gold. .Silver. 



1887 


£(i,-i",(m 


1888 


7,262,0(10 


1889 


O,279,0(l(> 


1890 


9,154,0011 


1891 


l(l,789,(:0(l 


1892 


13, 387.0' Ml 


1893 


14,Sl(i,(,l(l(l 


1894 


18,4(13,0(l(! 


1895 


20,1!>7.000 


1896 


21,18.S,ll(l() 



Totals....! .ti;i0,846,(10O 



i;2(;7,ooo 

1.. (37, 000 
2,1711,(100 
2,607.000 
3,1.53,000 
4.1S(i,(100 
5,587,011(1 
5,7.52.00(1 
4,.325.00(1 
4,4,89,0(10 



£33,972,000 



Other CoirNTiuEs. 


Total. 


Gol<l. 


Silver. 


Gold. 


Silver. 


.t:i5,3SS,(i(J0 


£28,570,000 


£21,765,(100 


£28,837,000 


15,412,(MI(I 


31.311,0(J(I 


22, 674, (K HI 


32,648,(M1(1 


1(1,131,00(1 


;i3,,SS5,(10(l 


25,410,000 


36,0(>4,0(10 


15.;«)0,(1(1(1 


.35,131,000 


24,45.t,(l(l(l 


37,828,0(M1 


l(i, 094, (1(10 


37,998,(100 


26, .883,000 


41, 151, 0(H) 


1(),82( 1.(0(1 


41,76(1,(10(1 


;;( 1,207, (10(1 


45,94(i,0(Hl 


17,569,000 


4.3, 558,000 


.32,379,00(1 


49,M5,iHKl 


18,026,0(M( 


43,137,00(1 


.3r„32ll,(K)0 


4S.889,fHH) 


21,1105,(1(1(1 


45,062.000 


41,202,0(1(1 


49,987, (MHl 


22,025,00(1 


46,522,()00- 


43,21.3,000 


51,(;l!,iMKl* 


£174,670,000 


£387,534,000 


£305,51(1,(100 


£421,506,000 



The figiU'cs given in the above table 
on returns jirepared by the Direilor of the riiite<l Stales 
.Mint, and ;>iiblished ' .s annual rciiorls. I'nder 
" Hritish Kmpire'' an ;. luded Vnstralasii, (ircal Bri- 
tain, Canada, Brilish (Juioiia. British India, and .Africa. 
The mines of the South African Ke)iublic, hoHevcr, from 
1887 to 1895, i>ro<l need ui>>vards of (i.', jier cenl. of the tola!* 



' Approximate only. 

are based mainly gold output of the world, ami the increase under ''Brilish 
Kmiiire ' in recent years is mainly attributable to those 
mines. 

(!old has been valued in the table at the legal rate of 
i;3 17.<. lii'.f/. i)er troy ounce standawl, and silver at its 
niiin'nii value in this country, namely 5.v. (ii/. per troy 
ounie standaril. — ir//(7rtAvi'V Alniiniiir. 



i 



)■!.■' 



58 



SHORT HISTORY OF CANADA. 



[1900 



SHOR"^ HISTORY OF CANADA. 

I'UOM \4!»7 TO IMKi. 

Till' followirijj lirk'f icsimit' of ilic |ii'iin'i|iiil vNt'iMM in the liisidry o( imr coiintn \ti lakcii fnnii the HtuliHtii-n/l 
A)intriicl lor l*!l.'i, iukI will lio foimil of iiiliris(. The i-oumikaMe I'vcnta of Iho >i'iil' IHDS IM) iiro giMMi in ududibr 
|M)itioii (if I 111' Aluiinmc 

CHRONOLOCICA,L LANOMiyRKS IN THE HISTORY OF C/\NADA. 



1497— .luiiu •:4. Cnhot (lisooviTfd C'apf Hri't.Mi. 

1500 (.iiisjifr (.'dilcival fiiltTtd .lie (Jiilf <if SI. Law- 
reiici'. 

1517 St'liastiaii CaJMil <liscii\ (ii'il Hudson Ha\. 

1524 \ iiia/.aiii) cxiilorcd llio Atlantic coiisl of Nova 
Scotia. 

1534 .lnl> 1. I.aniliii;,' of .lai'iim« f'artier at Ksii'i- 
niaiix Ha\ . I''ii.st landing w.i Canadian Moil. 

1536— .liil,\ . Second visit of Cm •'.> r. 

Aiicii.sl 11). ('artier ani'horod in a small li.i.v at 
the inoiiili of the St. .lohn River, which, in 
lioiioiir f 1' • 'l^'v, lie named after St. I.aw- 
leiict The II 'is 'fterwuiils e.vleiided to 

the milf and . i .. 

1540 Thir' isit of C'r.tier. 

1542-43 'I e Sii iirdi KoVierval and hi" |>art\ wintered 
al Tail Kou;;e. 

1598— Tile .Maii|Uis d :i Uoche landed ■40 coin ids on 
Sahle Island, \\ here they were left for the 
years •' ifhoiil relief, only Iwehe beinj found 
aiivc at Ih.' i i.l of that time. 

160*^' First \ isit of .» v'nucl de Chamiiluiii to Canada. 

1605 -Kiiundini; (.r )\,n I{o.\al v.Annapolis), Aea<lia (de- 
rived fn an Indian word "Cadie," a iiliv • 
of aliiindanc ■). 1p\ ihe liaron de I'ouirincourt. 

1608 Second \isil of ( '.aniiilain. I''ouiidini;of (Jucliec, 
the first iierniaiieiit settunielil of Canada. 
The name is s;. id lobe an Indian one, " KeSee," 
a strait. '28 settlers wintered there, including: 
l'ham|ilain. 

1611 Ksialilishment of a iradinK ])ost at lIoclielat;a. 
.lesi'iis ariive in I'ort Ko>al, Acadia. 

161.3 St. .lohn's, Newfoundland, founded. t)tt;iwa 
hiver discovered hy Champlain. (Cliamplain 
sailed II)) th" dttawa Kiver, crossed Lake 
Nipissiny, and de.scemled I'rench Kiver into 
Georgian Lay and Lake Huron, rctuininif Iiy 
Lake Oiitaric ) 

167 7 — Canada invaded li\ the Iro(|Uois. 

1620- I'oii'ilation of (j'neliec, • i i>ers(ins. 

1621 -lir?' mi.ilionof the name "Nov a Scotia" in a 
Kra..t of the I'rovin.'e to Sir W. Alexander by 
.hiines I. First co(ie of laws iiroiniilirated at 

l,>IIcll('C. 

1624- Nova Scotia lirst settled hy the Knjrlish. 

1625 .le.siiits lirst arrive in New France. 

1627— Canada grante<l to the Company f'f " lOD .\sso- 

ciates" hy the kinj;' of France. Feudal s\steni 

esttihlish"d in Canada. 
1629— .Inly. Ca))tiire of Quehec hy the Knf.dish under 

Sir l)a\id Kirke. 117 ])ersons wintered there. 
1.632 — Canada, Cn^c lireton, and Acadia restored to 

France hy the Treaty of Si. Uermain-en-Laye. 

First school opened in Canada at (Quebec. 
1634— .Inly 4. The town of Three Rivers founded. 

Aui(ust l;i. Fort Uichelieu (Sorel) founde.I 



1635- .Sillery founiled .lesuils' ( 'olle^je in (^llei c. F.ake 

Michigan discovered hy Nicolet. Deeenilicr 

2.''>. Heath of Champlain iit t 'uehcc. 
1639— Irsuline I'oin cnl founded al t^uehec. 
1640 Lake ICrie disco\tred h\ Chaumonot an<l Bre- 

iMunf. 
'642 -May IN. Villc .Marie (Montreal) founded hy 

Maisonneiiv '. 
1642-i367 FiicpienI and seriou wais 'n'l\M'en the 

French and the Iroipiois Indians. 
i i647— L'tki' "'• John oiscoverwl. 
I 1651 Fxpedilion to iludson's Hay. 
I 1654— Acadia takin h.\ the Knulish. 
j 1650— M. de Laval, first jiomaii Catholie Hishop of 

Canada, arri\ed from France. Lalie Superior 

discovered hy French traders. 
1663- (.'ompanv of " Hid Associates ' dissolveii. H yal 

jrovernmeni eslahl. !ie.l. First coiirisof law. 
1664— Seiyniories tyrant ed. 
1667-Acadia restoretl to France h.\ Trealy of Breda. 

While po|)nlation of New France, ;i,))lS. 
1670 .Ma,\ l;i(n.s.). H ndso, I s Hay Coni|iany founded. 
1672- Count de Fronten;'.c appointed governor. I'opn- 

lation, (),705. 
1673— .lune i;}. CatariKpii (Kin»'ston) foundetl. 
1674 Inxpiois established at ( aimlinawa'.;a. 
1689 - .Vii^Mist ."i. .Massaci^ at Lachine Ic- Indians. 
1690-Captiire of I'ort Royal hy Sir U illiam I'hipps, 

.mil iinsuccessiiil attack niioii (Quebec. 

1692 I'oinilation of New Franc", r_',4:>l. 

1695- Iberville took Knulish forts m Hudson's Bay. 

1697 -Treaty of Ityswick. Mnttial restoration of plaeea 

taken duriiifr the war. 
1698— Death of Frontenac. I'oiHilation, \:i.X)i). 
1701 — August 4. Ratification of a treaty of jjeace with 

the Iroquois at Montn'al. Canadians irranted 

leave to manufacture. 

1709-10-11— Canada invai.ed by the British. Fort 
Royal {Annai)Olis> taken by Nicholson (171(1). 

1713 Treaty of rireclit. In which Hudson's B.-ty and 
adjacent territory. Nova Scotia (Acadial and 
Newfoundland were ceded to the British. 

1715— First ships built at C^uehec. 

1719— First Kovernmeiit founded by the British in 

Nova Scotia. 
1720— Population of New Fr.mce, ■i4,4:i4, and of St. 

.lohn's Islan.l (Prince Kdw,^rd Island), ahf iit 

KM), l-'ort of Louislurff built. 
1721 -.'a.inivry 27. Mail stages eHtablislwil between 

Quebec and .Montreal. 
1722 — Division of settled count ry in Canada into 

parishes. 
1739— "''opulat ion of New France, 4:i,70l. First forge 

erected in Canada — at St. -Maurice. 
1745 -Louisburg, ,.'a)ie Breton, taken by tlie British 



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1748 

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1752 
1756- 

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1747 Militia rolls ilniwri ii|> for Caniulu. t'ourlH of 

.liiwticu coiiMtitnli'il in Nova Scot in. 
174H Kesi oration of liOuiHlmri; to (he Kreiii'h in 

cxcliaiiifc for Aladrus, by llif pfuco of Ai\-la- 

( 'liaiu'llc. 
1749 .luiifJl. The cil.N ol llnlifux foiiiidi'l li.v l.oni 

Halifax ; 'i,(iH Hritisli eiiiiLrrants brr'UKlit out 

In till Hon. FMw.ird ('orii\\;illiH. 
1762 March 23. iHNUL'of I ho Halifax (iitzi'ttf, \\w llrst 

paper ])ulili.sht'<l in Canada. 
1756- Kxpiilsion of the Acadiulis from .Nova Scotia. 

/Mioiit U, (10(1 were dcportt;<l at llic rcipiust of 

the New Kiiyiand (^olonlstw. 
1758- Kirst niictiriy of Nova Scotian liCirinlatiirc. 

July 'Hi. h'inal ( apliin' of J^ouisliiirK 'o the 

Hritigh. 

1759 July -itf. Capture ot I'. .it Niajfara li\ I lie liritish 

under (ieneral I'rideaus', who wa.s killtMl 

during' the a^^suiilt. 
.Inly as. Coiniiieiiceiiient of the tticjfe of (Quebec. 
Septeinher 1'.;. Hattle of (hi; I'lains of Abraham 

and defeai ni the Krench b.\ (ieiieral Wdlfis 

who was killifl on the field. I,oh» of the 

Mritish, 71)0 ; and of the Krench, l,r.O0. 
September I.;. l»eatli of (ieneral MoMtea'ni, 

eominander of the French forces. 
Seiitemher In. Capitulation of (Quebec to (ien- 

eril To\vnnenil. 

1760 April. Unsuccessful attack on (Quebec by (ien- 

eral (le Levis. Capitulation of .Montreal and 
coini)leii<iri of the eon(|ue><t of ('anada. I'opii- 
lation of New Krai ice, 70,00(1. 

1762— l{riti.3h population of Nova Scotia, 8,104. Kirst 
Kii>,--lish settkiHfiit in New Uruimwick. 

1763— February 10. Treaty of Paris si^'iied, b\ which 
[''ranee ceded and ^fiiaraiiteed to his r.ritaiiiiii' 
.Majesty in full ritrhl "Canada with all its 
dependencies." 
"ape ISreton annexed to Nova S<otia. 

1764- -lune-Jl. Issue of the (,iuebec Uazettr. In this 
year I'ontiac, chief of the (Jttawas, or^'ani/.ed 
a conspir.i 'y for a sii.iullaiieous risinjr aiiion;<' 
the Inilian tribes, and a general nia.ssacre of 
the Hritisb. The plan was successfully car- 
rieil out in se\ i lai plac s and all the iiihabi- 
ta> ts )mt to death, bat finally the Indians 
vere forced to »u(!cunil'. 

1788— (ienural Carleton, afterwards Lord l)orchester, 
appointed (iovernor-t ieneral. 

1790— St. John's Island (I'riiice KdwanI Island) made 
into a separate province, with Walter Patter- 
son for the first t;overnor. The Ihst meeliii); 
of an elected fIou.se if Assembly took pla<'e 
in July, I'lTli. i 

1774— The "l^uebec Act " pa.ssed. This Act jfavc the J 
French Canadians the free exercise of the 
Uonian Catholic religion, the enjoyment of \ 
their civil rijfhts, and the protection of their 
iwn civil laws and customs. It annexed 
large territories to the Province of (^iiobec 
ami provided for the appointment by tho 
Crown of a LexiwUtive t!i>uiicil, and for the 
odniinistratifMi of thecrinunal law as in u.se in 
England. North-west coas' of British Colum- 
bia explorefl by Vancouver and Coi k. 



1776 Outbreak of the Ainericun Revolution and inva- 
sion of Caniula by the AmericutiM ; every pUuio 
of importunce rapidly fell into their hands, 
with the exception of (^luehec, in an attack 
upon \vlii<'li General Moni^'omerj wasd, feated 
and killed on .'ilst December. 

1776 ReinforcementH arrivcrl from Kn;;!..n(l, and the 
Americans were tinally driven out of Canada. 

1777 -<h'iler of .lesnits abolished bv I'apal decree and 
conse(|uent escheat of their estates in Canada 
to the (Jrown. 

1778 June a. First issue of tlie Montreal (Uuitli-. 
This jiaper is still published. 

1783 September :;. Si(,'nin:,' of the Treaty of Ver- 

sailles and definition of the boundary line be- 
tween Canada and the United Stales, viz., 
the ureal lai e», il." St. Lawri-nce, the 45lh 
parallel of iiotli latitude, the hitflilandsdivid- 
ing the waters falliiiK: into the Atlaiiti<' from 
those emptyinfjf tliemselves into the St. Law- 
rence and the Ste. Croix river. 

1784 - Population of Canada, 11;{,0P2. (United Empire 

Loyalists in Upper Canada not included.) 
l''re<leri<ton, N.B., founded. Cape Uretcn 
separated from Nova Scotia politically. 
Ihitish po))ulation of Nova Scotia, 32, COO (about 
H,(H)<) Acadians not iiici.:''";!). 

1784 About this time be;,'aii the migration into 

Canada and Nova Scotiaof tlie L'nited Kmpire 
Loyalists, as they were <'alled— that is, of 
those settU-rs in the United States who had 
remained faithful to the British cause. This 
iiii;iralion lasted for se\ cral years, and though 
it is not possible to arrive at any exact 
figures, it is probable that the iiumher alto- 
gether was not less than 40,(KX). The Loyal- 
ists were well (reated by the British (iovern- 
nieiit, an(i large grants of land were made to 
them in various parts of the country. The 
banks of the St. Lawrence and tie ohores of 
I/ake Ontario, in iiarticular, wore settled by 
about 10,000 persons, on lands allotted to 
them by the Government. 

1785 .May US. Date of charter of St. John, N.B., the 

oldest incorporated town in Canada. Sydney, 
(Mi., founded by Lieutenanl-tiovernor Des- 
barres. 
August 1!'. New Brunswick made a separate 
province; population, 11,457. Reintroduc- 
Uor: of the right of liaheax curpus. 

1787 - Kiryt Colonial .See established in the British Fhn- 
pire in connection with the Churcii of Eng- 
land, in Nova S<otia. 

1788 — Western Canada (now Ontario) divided into five 
districts, and Knglish law intro<hiced. King's 
College (N.S.) founded. 

1791 — Division ot the Province of (Quebec into two 
provinces, viz., Ujiper and flower Canada. 
Kach province to have a lieutenant-governor, 
•vnd a legislature composed of a house of 
assembly and a I'gislative '^ouiicil. The 
members of the council were to be appointed 
by the lieutenant-governor for life ; those of 
the assembly to he eleetofl by the people for 



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four yejirH. I'opuliition of I ho two proviticcs, 
I(ll,:Ul. 
1702— St'ptt'inlifr 17. Kii-nt iiii'i'lirn: ol Ihr |iiti'liMiiit'iit 
of rpinT I'liimdii 111 Nt'wiuk (Niaifuru), uiiilrr 
I.ii'iitcimnI (idM'iiiDr Sinnoc. Tlii' llDiisfiif 
Assi'iiililv 1 onsiHli'd nf siMciii iiuinlicis. 
'•t'l'C'inbor 17. Oiu'iiiiii,' nt iIk' l,i'j,'ishiluri' <>( 
I.owiT Caiiuda, at t^iin bi'r, by (Jiii. I'laiUf. 
Thu liousf (if as>itiiilily cniisisli'd nf llfly 

Illl'lllllClN. 

1793- Almlitioii of slavery in I'luitr I'aiiaila. r|i|ii'r 
ami Lower C'niuula>ii'i>anit III from the Church 
of Knyiaiid See of Nu\a .Seolia, and enriMti- 
luted a separate .See. Toronto foiiii<led us 
>'ork. Kinky Muimtains crossed li\ .Mac- 
keiizie. ruhlir ariouills llrst pilhlisliid. 

1706 The seal oi ','ii\rriiiiieiil ot I pper Canaila re- 
moved from Nlaiiaru In Voik (Toroiilo). 

1798-The name of .St. .lolni's Island rhaiiKed to that 
of Prince F^lwuri'l Island, in linridnr ot the 
l>idu' if Kent, the chan;;e lo lal»e ilfeil in 
1»00. I'i)p\i'aliip|i, 4,'ili0. 

1799- Kduealion .\el jiassed in I'pper Canada. 

1800— .lesuils' estates taken possessinii of liy the (!i)\'- 
ernment. KinK's Ci)lle;;e (.N.H.) ^iianled a 
royal charier. 

1805- January 1. ;'"oundinn of the Ijiueliec Mririiri/. 

1806-Novemher --.i. Issue of Li- Caimilifu, the llrst 
newspaper iirinted entirely in Kruneh. Popu- 
lation of Ipper Canada, 7o,71{S, and of Lower 
Canada, -i.'id,!!!!!). 

1807— (iraimnar schools founded in I'pjier ('.iiiada. 
1809— First steamer on St. Lawrence river. 
1811— Jndt;eH excluded from parliament. 
1812— War declared lietween (ileal I'.rilain and the 
I'nited Stales, 

July 17. .Mackinaw surrendered to lli.' liijtish. 

.Iiily 1S--J0, I'. S. troo]is repulsed ;.t Hiver 
Canard. 

Ail},'ust ,'i. Tecumseh defeated C S. troops at 
Urownstowri. 

.^u^'ust K). Surrender of |)('iroii liy the Ameri- 
cans under (leneral Hull toCeneral lirock. 

Septemlier It). I'. S. troops rejiulsed at I'res- 
qu'Ile. 

St'ptemher 'Jl. (iananoipie raided li,\ I'. S. 
troops. 

October I'i. r. S. troops deleiited at (,iuei'nston. 

November lo. Kinjfston bomliarded by L'. S. 
troops. 

November '2". V. S. troojis repulsed al ((dell- 
town. 

November :iS. C. S. troops repulsed near Tort 
Krie. 

1813— .laiiuary -1.1. I . S. troojis defeatid al I'lench- 
town. 

February (i. lirock\ille laided by Americans. 

February 22. (>H:dt:iisbur^' taken by Itritish. 

May ,1. U. S. troops defeated before Fort Meijis. 

May 2!). I'. S. troops defeated at .Sackell's Har- 
bour. 

June ;'). C S. troops defeated al Stony Creek. 

June li). United States stores captured at 
Great Sodus. 



June 2i. U. S. truflpN Hurruiidcred at liuuver 

DaniN. 
.Iul\ 4. I'. S. troops made prisoners ul Fort 

Schlosser 
(icloberl. I'.S. troops repulsed al i''our('orners. 
oclober 2(1. C. S. troops defeate<l al Chateau- 

KUoy- Defeat of three lliousund Ainerii^iiliM 

under (ieiieral ll.im)ilon by Coloiu'l ile Sala- 

berr.\' and four hundred French Canadian 

militia. 
November 11. I'.S. t mops defeated al Chrysler's 

Farm. Pefeal and rout of (leil. Wilkinson 

and llie .Americans li\ the Canadian militia 

under Col. .Morrison. 
December 111, Fort Niagara captured by liritish. 
Deeendter lit. Lcwiston destroyed by liritish. 
December .'ti. I'lack Uock captured by Hritish. 
1814 .March ;iO. I'. S. troops repulsed at La CoUe Mill. 
Ma.x t'l. (tswcyo ca|ituriil by liritish. 
Jul.\ 111. I'lairie du i hieii surrendered lo 

liritish. 
.luly 2.'i. U. S. Irooiis defeated at Lundy's Lane. 
Aiiuusl 12. r. S. troops defeated near Fort Krio. 
Se|iteniber 17. C. S. troops repulsed at Fort 

Krie. 
December 21. War terminated b.\ the Treaty 

of (ihent. 
I'oiiulation of I'pper Canada, ll.>,li(io, and of 

Lower Canada, y.VstMM). 

1816— Common schools establishi'd in I'pper Caiiadu. 

1817 Firsi treaty with the North-west Inilians ; the 

Farl of Selkirk si'„'niii(; on behalf of Kin>; 
(ieortre UL First lianks opened in ^Montreal 
and (jMiebec cities. 

1818 (Ictolier :!<!. Cmncnlion si;;neil at London re- 

milaliii},^ the privilen-es of the United States 
in the liritish North Anieri"an fisheries. 
Halifax and St. ,lobn, N. li., miwle free ports 

1821 Coimnencemenl of the Lacliiiie canal. (First 
vessels ))assei I throuj^h in ls2."i.) 
.\mal.;amalion of the Hudson's liay Co. and the 
North-west Trading (,'o. 

1825 Ureal lire in the Miiamiihi district of New 
linmswick. Five buiidreil lives estimated 
lost. Three million acres of forest destroyed. 

1827 -(iueliib founded by John Gall. Treaty of Lon- 
don. .McGill College received its charter. It 
was founded in IMl. King's College, Toron- 
to, founded. 

1828- Sagueiiay district explored. I'ictou and Sydney 
made free ports. 

1829 I'pper Canada Colleue o)ieiieil. 

1831— I'opulation - Upper Canada, 2;!(j,702 ; Lower 
Canada, .■ir);!,134. 

1833— August r>. The steamer " Koyal William" left 
(Quebec for I'icton, N.S., discharged cargo and 
coaled, leaving I'ictou on ISth August for 
Gravesend, Knglaiid, at, which port she arrived 
after a stormy jiassage, during which she 
disabled one of her engines. The boat was 
built at (.^Uiebeo during ly.'JO-;jl, and was the 
first steamer that ever cro.-ised the Atlantic, 
the motive jiower of which was entirely 
steam. 



1 000 

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18373 

1840-. 

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1845- 

1846- 
1847- 



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1849- 



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1836-.'i'l,v '11. «)jH>niri(r "f thr railway from l.ii|>rniriti 
to St. iJohiiH, the llrMi railway in <'aiia(la. 

1837-38 Oiitlirfait (pf rfliflljrih ill l>olli l>i'c>viiiccy. It 
waH Niipiiri'SNi'il ill |I|i|M'r I'anailii l>y the 
militia, anil in Lowi-r Haniula l>y llit> lU'itiHh 

t!'()0|IM. 

1840 heath of Loril hmlmin, to wIupmi' ••xiTtioiH IIic 
Niil)M('(Hiciil UMioniif tlic i>roviii('ts was niiiiiily 
iliu'. t/iicliiT ;iM(l Montreal ineorpora' ... 
Miiiit real daily . I '/r<'i7i.«(';' founded ; tirxl daily 
Journal in Canada. 

1841" Feliruar.N Hi. Iiiion of the two prov iiices under 
the name of the I'riniiM'e of ('aii:ida, and 
eHtalili.slnneiil of responsilile jfoveninient. 
The leK:iMlatiii'o wan to conHiNt of a lei{islative 
council and letfislative asseinlilv, eaeli pro- 
vinco to lie rejircseiiled li\ t'rl nieliiliei'H, -12 
elected liy the people and 'JO appointed liy 
the C'ro\Mi. 
l'o|)ulatioii of I'pper Canada, 4.1.'), (WH, 
May 17. Land wlide from the Citadel ro<'k, 

(/iieliee ; :iJ per-ion.-i killed. 
.Iiuie 13. Openinu' of the tlrsi unili'd )iurlia- 
nient, at Kin;.'Hlon, liy l-ord Sydenham. 

1842— AuKiisI 0. .SettU'inent of the bouudury line 
lietvvi'en Canada anil the I'liiled States liy 
the .\shliui-ton Treaty. 

1848— Victoria, H. ('., founded hy JanieH l>0UH:la.s. 

1844— Population of Lower Canada, (Ji)7,OS4. 

1845- Larire tires in the in\\ of (^ueliec ; 2.'i,(i(l0 people 

rende'ed homeless. Welland canal ojiened. 
1846-()reKoii Itoiiiidiiry '''reats. 
1847~Grand Tnuik Uai|i.\ay bejfun. Navijfation law.s 

repealed. 
Klectric telegraph lino o.xt.aliliHhed lietween 

(Jucl)cc, Montreal and Toronto. 

1848 The St. I.iiwrenee eiinal.s op.'u for navii.'ation. 

1849 -'Vi>ril 2't Hiit.^ in Montreal over the passaj^e of 

tiie Keliellion Losses Hill, and liurnilif,' of the 
parliament lilirary at Montreal. 

1850 -The first sod of the Norlhuni Ilailway turned 
hy Lady Klj;in. The roiid was ojiened from 
Toronto to Bradford on l.Uh .Line, lS,''i;f.,and 
was the first locomotive railway in operation 
in rjijier Canarla. The Itoliinson Tri'aties 
with the Indians of the norlliern shores of 
Lakes Huron and Superior concluded. The 
main features of these treaties, viz. :— Annu- 
ities, reserves of land and liberty to tish on 
the domains of tiie crown not alienal(.d — 
have been followed in the suliseipient Irealies. 
1851 - Transfer of llie rontrol of llie jiostal .s\steni 
fron- the British to ihe iiroviiieial ^'overn. 
ii'ents, and adojition of a miiforni rate of 
postajfe, viz. ; - :5 pence per h ounce. The 
use of iiosta!;e stamps was also introduced. 

Po])ulation of I'pper Canada, !),')2,iin.t ; of Ijower 
Canada, .s<ni,i!(il ; of N'ew lirunswirk, I'.t.'i.SiiO, 
aii<l of Nova Si'oli i, ii7(i,.'iril. 

Younjx Men's Chiislian A.ssociation orLfanized in 
Mon'real ; first in Ameri'-a. 

1852 -Comnieiieement of the Crand Trunk liailuay. 
Trinity C(ille},'e, Toronto, ami Laval Cni- 
versity, (Quebec, o|iened. 



i''63 The inimber of inembera In thn l«(fli<latlv« 
iiNHcmhly \Mis increased from Ml lo 130, heliitr 
ll.'i from each proviiiee 
May 1). Kirst ocean steacier arrived at l^ueheo. 

1864-.)aiiuary '27. .Main line of the (Jreal Weslern 
Uuilway opened for Iratlle. 
Abolition of SeiKiiorialTi'nure in Lower Canada, 
and settlement of the Clergy lleserve (|\ieH- 
ti<iii. 
.Line fi. Heeiprocity Treaty with the Lulled 
States sl(,'ne(l at \VaHhin;rton. It jirovided 
for nnilual ri(;ht.s of (lshin;f in certain 
(Canadian and Ciiited Stales waicrs, for free 
inlereliaiiK-e of the [iroduets of the sea, Iho 
soil, the forest and the mine; it allowed 
Americans the use of the St. Lawrence river 
and Canadian canals on the same terms as 
Ih'ilish subjects, and Kavo to Canadians the 
right to navi^'alc Lake ,Miehiv:an. The Treaty 
was proclaimed by the President of the 
tliiited States on Kith March, IH.'i.'i, on whicih 
date it came into operation. II was to lailt 
ten years. 
First screw steamer from Liverpool to the St. 
Lawrence river. 

1856 The Ley-islalive Council of the provini-e of 
Canada was made an elective ehaniber. .Mlaii 
sleamshiiiline commenced re;,'ular fortni(,ditly 
steam service between C.inada and (ireal 
llritain. 

1857 — March 12. Itesjardins canal railway accident; 
7(1 lives lost. 

1858 -.Adoption of the decimal system of currency. 
Selection by the (^lujeii of the City of Ottawa 
as the capital of the DomiTiion and iierma- 
nent scat of (!o\ernment. Atlantic cable 
laid between Kn^;land and .Nova Scotia. 
Ajiril. Gold found in llritish Columbia. 
Se|itember. Gold foiin 1 in Taiii.'ier river. Nova 
Scotia. 

18.59 New Westminster founded by (^oionel Moody. 

1860 -Winnipetr founded. 

First Provincial Synod of the CHiurch of Kntf- 
land-held in Montreal. 

Auirust li.''!. (»|iciiinir of the \'ictoria Bridge hy 
the Prince of Wales. This bridge crosses the 
St. Lawrence at Montreal, on the line of the 
Grand Trunk Railway. It is the largest iron 
tubular bridge in the world, is (id feet high in 
the centre, and nearl.\ two miles in length. 

Seiitember L Laying of the corner stone of the 
Dominion buililings at Ottawa by the Prince 
of Wa'es. These buildings, together with the 
de]iartniental Imilduigs, have been erected 
at a total cost, uj) to ;{iith .lune, 1894, of 
§4,079,'24-2, 

Art Association founded in Montreal. 

1861 Population of Cpii.'i- Canada, ],,'{!)li,01)l ; of 

Lower Canada, l,Ul,.'i(i(J ; of New Brunswick, 
'2,'i2,li47 ; of Nova Sctotia, :!:i(l,.S.'i7 ; of Prince 
Edward Island, 80,S.')7 ; of Vancouver Island, 
exclusive of Indians, .'i,4'2(l. 

1862— (.'onfereiice at Charlottetown re Confederation. 
Manitoulin Island Treaty with Indians ax- 
ranged by Hon. Wilb.Hu M.'.cdougall. 



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i^iK'livi' C!i>n(i>rcti<'i' lii'lil. Id ^olutioim paMPii in 
favour (if ('ciiilt'di'i'iktliiii of tlriiNli Norlli 
All" < I'ltti |ii'<i\ liii'i'M. Itiilil (riiMi St. Alliiinit 
into Cuiiikiln. 

Nova Siiilia itml Niw liniii^wiiK in'ripl ('(»n» 
fi'dvratioii with Citiiiulu. 

(iri'iil lire ill (^iiclioc, '.M'2t) Iioiinoh liiiriipil in Ht. 
UocIi'h uimI St. SiiiiMMir ^'iiliiirli. 

Mari'li I". Tii'iiiiiiutiiiM of tlif Kciiiiriuitv 
Trt'atv, ill i'ohhciiiu'Mci' of iKilii-c kIvcii !>>■ tlic 
rilitcil StatiH. It lasted 11 yvun. 

.Inric 1. liivasioM of Caicida li,v Kriiiniis. Ilattli' 
(if |{i(li;( (Niiv, mid iMMrrat of llif \ olunlt'i'lH. 

.Iiiiic ;t. Wiilidrawul ot tin' KriiimiH into ilu- 
rniti'd SlalPi. 

.Iiirii' .s. l''ii'Kt iiu't'tinif of PftrllanKiit in llii' new 
liiiildinu'i ill Ottawa. Al tliiH inii'liii).' tlic 
lliial iTMoliilidiiM iii'ci'Nsar\ on tlu' part of tlic 
l'ro\ iiK'i' of I'aiiaila to clfti'i ilii- Coiifcdcfa- 
tioii of till' proviliri's were passed. 

NoNeinlicf 17. Ciiiiiiinf \'iiiiioin IT Island and 
l'i'lti>li ( 'nliniiMa |>ro('laini<'d. 

I'lliniarv In. Tlie llritisli North Aimrican Aft 
|iu>si'd liy till- liiiperiid l,e;;islal lire. 

.Inly 1. rnion of ilie |iio\ iii'es of Canada, 
Nova Scotia and New Ih'unKwielt iindel' Ihi' 
nnine of the Dominion of Canada. The names 
of rpper and I^ower Canada wei-e chanired to 
Ontario and tjliiehee ies|iei'li\ el\. 

Lord .MoiK k was the tlrsl (iovernor-lieiieral of 
tile lioiiiininn, and tin- tirsi Parlianient met 
on Ihedlli .No\enilier, Sir .lohn .\. .Maedoiiald 
ht'iin,' I'reniier. 

April 7. lion. T. If Airy MetJee. .M.I',, mur- 
dered at Ottawa. 

July 31. The Itiipirl's Land Aci passed liy the 
Imperial (JoMrninent pro\ Idin,' for the ac- 
(|iii>ili()n \i\ llie liominioii of tlie Nortli-west j 
Terriliirit's. 

I'niforiii rate of ;! cents for letters lliroiijfliout | 
the Uoiniiiion adopted. 

June •^•1. Hill jiassed ima idinjr for the H:overii- 
nient of the North west Territories. 

October 'I'.l lion Wm. .Midiou^'ull ap|)oiiited I 
l,ieilteiiaiit(iii\enior. Ued Ifivcr Kehellion. 

Novenilier I'.t. heed uf surrender siyiied, Hud- 
son's liay Ciinipaiiy to Her .Majesty. 

-.March 4. Thomas Seoii shot al. Korl (iarry. i 

Seiitenilier 24. .\irival at Kort Uarrv of the i 

' I 

expedition under {Colonel (now Lord) Wol- 

<ieley, when the rebels were found to hn\e ' 

dispersed. j 

May "J'). Kenians crosscil the front i.jr at Trout I 
river, in (jiue'iec, hut were dri\iii hack liy the | 
volunteers, 

.Inly 15. .Addition of the North-west Terri- 
tories to tlie Dominion and admission of the 
Province ot .Manitoba into the Confederation. 
This province was created 'lUt of a portion of 
the newly ac(|uired territory. 

-I'.aciflc railway surveys beyun. Post cards 
issued. Stone fort and Manitoba Post Indian 
Treaties (Nos. 1 and 2) negotiated. 
May 8. Sitfiiinsf of the Treaty of WashiiiK'ton. 



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.liil\ 'ill. AdmiNslon of llrltiitli Coliinihiit Into 

the Confi diral ion. 
I'opnlation of tlie four proNJnces, ;i,4Mri,7(ll ; of 

.Miinilohk, tM,iM>:>:of llritish Coliinibia, Mil,- 

•l-2i, and of I'rii Kdward Island, Ii4,irj|, 

Total, :i,ti:!.'.,iMi|. 
Noveiiiher 11. The last regular troopn left 

»,iiicl 

Miolition of dual repreNentalioii. DiMiiinlon 

urcllives established. 

May 'Jii. Death of Sir (leortfe K. Ciirtier, In 
London, North-went Anifli) Indian Treaty 
(No. ,'l) sinned by Hon, .Mex. Morris. 

.Iul\ I. .\dniission ol Prince Kdward Island 
Into the ( 'oiifederation. 

November 7. Mackenzie adniinistralion formed. 
Island of St. .Iiian awarded to the I'nited 
Statps by theOerman Kinperor. 

t,iu',\ppelle Indian Trent,\ (No Osi^rned by Hon. 
A. Morris. 

|{ii|iert'H Land anil North west Territories placed 
under jurisdiction of a lieiiteiiiint noxernor 
Heparale and dlHtincl from Manilnba. Lake 
Winnipei: Indian Treaty (No. A) signed by 
Hon. A. .Morris and Hon, .1, .M(dvay. 

Presbyterian Church in Canada formed by the 
I nioii of :ill till' I'resbv teriaii churches. 

0|ieniiiir of (he Intercolonial railway from 
(,>neliee to Halifax. Korts Carleton and Pitt 
Indian Treaty (No. (l| signed. (Canadians 
awarded ;i(iii prizes at Kxhibition in Phila- 
delphia, r. S. A. 

.Iiine .'). Sii|)reme Court of Canada first BeNsinn. 
Leirislalixe (Niuncil of .Manitoba abolished. 
District of Keewalin created by Act of Parlia- 
ment. 

.May. .Medical Council of (;real ISrilain decided 
to reco(;iii/.e Canadian dejfrees. 

.lunc •Ji), (Ireat lire in St. .lohn, New Hrunswick. 

Seiiteiiiber. Kirst convention of Doin. V. M. C 
AsHoeiation in t/uebec. 

October. Kirst exportation of wheat from 
.Manitoba to (ireat Uritain. 

November '.!;!. .Award by llalifav Kislieries 
Coiiimission of the sum of !r!.'i,5i)(i,(l(H) to be 
paid by the I'liiled States to the Imperial 
(Jovcrnmvuit. Treat \ with the lllackfect 
Indians (.No. 7)sit;ned by Hon. Da\ id Laird. 

Conservatives win in >;eneral election. Cana- 
dians awariled 22.^ prizes at Paris Kxhibition, 

.Adoption of a protective tariff, otherwise called 
the " National Policy. " 

Death of the Hon. (o'orjfe Prown. 

All lirilish possessions on North Anierii'an con- 
tinent (exce|)tiiiK' Ncwfotindland) annexed to 
Canada by Imperial Order in Council from 
1st Sept., 1880. The Arctic Archijielatfo 
transferred to (Canada by lni|)erial Order in 
Council. 

Hoyal Canadian .Academy of Arts founded by 
the Manpiis of Lome. 

October 21. Contr.ict si^fiied for the construc- 
tion of the Canadian Pacific railway. This 
contract was Bubseiiuently ratified by 44 Vic, 
chap. 1(1881). 



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IHtil April I l'<i|iiiliiiloii iif lliit Dniiiininn, 4,:i'24,HtO, 

Ud.VuI SlM'l)>t,\ Ol < 'uIIIkIu fillllllU'll. 

May '.'. KlrNl >i<mI tiiriii'il li> llic C'uiiaillnii 
I'lirillr Kuilvvay Company. 
1R82 -M'ly f. rt'ii\!»iniiul iliNtririN iif A^tMliiilioiu, Siii4 
kiilrlii'NN.iii, Mlii'i'ta jiMil AllialiiiNkii cnaU'il. 

Muy '.Ti. Klrsi nicolliit; (if llu' liiniil Sm'lety of 
('atin<lu ill otIaMii. 

.Iniie '2'J. riiiiKtltutloiialily <>( the Cnnailu 
Ti'iniHTiiiHi' Ai'l I'lmtlniii'd li\ I'livy ( 'niiin'il. 

AiikhhI 'I'i. Till' iii'W Hi'ut iif (iiist'iiiini'iil tor 
Ntirlhwi'HtTt'i'rltiirii'Hrcri'lvfil naiiiriif lU-ifltiii 
18H3 Mclhiiillst, I'Inii'i'lirH in Caniifla foniinl Into miu 
lii)il\ Till' .Mi'llioiiiMl Cliiiri'li in I'aniuia. 

l'"ii'Ht ('iinKn""< iif Ihi' Cliiircli rif Kii'^'lanil in 
Caiiadu hrlil in llaiiiilinii. 
1HH4 lloiindary iM'twci'iHMilario anil Munilolia Ht'lllcd 
li\ ilci'iMicin (if .liiilii'lal Ciiinniitti'i' i>f Kiiu'IInIi 
I'i'ivN Coiiinil iinil contlnnnl li.\ Ilci' Maji'Hly 
ill Cuiincil, Aimnsl II, 1,SM. 
188ft Man li 'Jil. Oiillpiiak i>r Ki'liilliiin in Nnriliwi'st; 
I'Diiinii'iici'iiii'iil iif iioMlililit'N ai luick l.aki'. 

April ■'.. Maj<sairi' iil Kroif l.aki'. 

April 14. h'orl I'ilt MliaiKloinil, 

April 21. F.nuiiiri'iiiiiil at h'i'^li Cri'ck. 

Max V2. ilattli'of Hat(ii'lii',iiiiilili'fi'ati)f tlirri'lielM. 

.May '.ill. Siirri'iiiU'r ol l*i)iini|iiiak(.'r. 

.Inly I. Tcrniiniitioii of tlii' llslicr) claiiMt's i>f 
llic \V;mliin','liiii Trt'.'ily liy lln' I'niU'd .'^laU's. 

.Inly 2. Cap! lire of Kiu: Hear, and lliial siipprt'M- 
sion lit llio ri'lii'lllon. Total Iiinh of militia 
and volunit'ern nndiTflri' ; killed, ;w ; wonnd- 
I'd, Ui'i. Till' rclii'l loss I'onlil not lie asccr- 
taint'il. 

Novi-nilitT 7. ltri\inKof last Hpikr of ('. I'. |{, 

NoMinlicr 1(1. 11,'iiiifinjf of Hii'l. 
1886 .M.i\ I. Opi'iiinK of tlii' Indian and (.'olonial 
lAhiliilion in London. 

.111111' l.'i. Town of VanconvLT totally di'stroyud 
li> (Ire: 4 houses left NlandiiiK ; 50 lives lost. 
Kirst throiitrli train k'ft Montreal for Van- 
coin cr. KiiMl Caiiailian C'lrditial, .Vn'liliisliop 
Tasclu'roaii. . 
1887— liitorprovinriid L'onfcri'ni'c luld at tjincliec. .\t 
thid fonti'i't'in'c Sir Oliver Mowat wns presi- 
dent. Twenty-one fiindainental resolntions 
were pa.xsed one declurin;; in favour of un- 
restricted reciproiity in trade with the l". S. 

Ajiril 4. Important, conference in London 
lietweeii representatives of the principal 
I'olonies and the Iin|>erial (iovernnieni. 
( anada was ri'iireseiited li\ .Sir Alex.inder 
Caiiipliell and Mr. Sandford Kleniiiitf. 

June 14. Kirst C. I'. H. steamship arrived at ! 
Vancouver from Vokohanm. 

Noveniher l.'>. .Me('liii!,' of the Kisheries Ootn- 
niissioii at \Vashini;loii. 

1888 Keli. ITi. Si'^niii'.'of Fishery Treaty at \Vaslunp:ton. 
Ailunst. Uejeclion of the Fishery Treaty liy 

the I'liited States Senate. 

1889 Siptemher T.l. Landslide (second) from Citadel 

Uook, l^ueliec ; 4.'i persons killed. Houndaries 
of Ontario eonflriiied by Imperial statute. 

1890 May (5. Loiiy:ue I'ointe Lunatic Asylum, near 

Montreal, destroyed by fire ; over 711 lives 



loNl. Till' liiilldin^N had lieeti ereited at. a 
fOMt III ?i|,l;i'.','j;i'.i. 
u.'i..lM'r II. Mi'Kinli'.N Tariff Hill came into 
operation in the Cnlted Slitles. 

1891 April II. Population of the jiiiminioii, 4,s:i;i,v!:mi. 
I'liwer k'iM'ii li\ I'nrliiiment to the (iovernment 

III refer to tile Mnpreme Oinrt of Cunadu for 
itN opinion Iniportani ipicNtionH of law or fact 
loiichinif provincial li't(iNlation or theappel< 
late jnriNclii'tlon as to education and any 
III her maltei'M. 

April 'JO. The llrsi of the new C I'. U. Mteitinurit 
arrived at Vancouver from Vokohnnia, heat- 
U\U the record liy over two day m. The niailH 
were liindi'd in .Moiitreiil in three da\H and 17 
hours frmii VancouM'r. 

.Iiineil. TheKiKht lion. Sir .lohii A. .Miicdonald, 
(i.C.II., I'ri'iiiier of the Iioniiniiiii, died. 

1892 April 17. Death of lion. AliMinilir .Mackenzie. 
.May 'J I. Iieath ol Sir .Vlexandcr Camphell, 

Lieutenant-) ioM'i'iior of Ontario. 
Seplemher '_'H. Lewislatlve (.'oiincil of New 
llrnnswick MlMilished. 

1892 Deeemher .''>. l(i'siu:nation (frnm ill-henlth) of 
Sir. I. .I.e. Aliliott. K.C.M.O., I'remiir of the 
liominion, ^ir .lnlin S. 1 1. Thonipsim called 
upon to fiirni a (invernnienl. 
1893— l't'uislati\e Ciiiincil and .Assenihly of Trince 
Kdwiiiil Island merged into one hoily. 

Ajiril 4. The Court of .Arhilration, respecting 
the seal llsheries in liehliii','' Sea. w Inch met 
formally mi 'i.'Ird .March, he^'an its ses.siim. 
.\rliii ratni's : Itainn de Coiiicel (Hel^iiim), 
Loi'il llunnen ((Ireal llrilain). Sir John 
Thonipsiiii (Canada), .lnhn .M. Ilailaii and .1. 
I'. .\Ior;ian (tJ. S.), .Maripiis N'isconti X'enosta 
(Italy), and M. Oram (N'orwav and Sweden). 

tK'toher HO. Death nf Hon. Sir.'l. .1. C. Ahliott. 

.Inne 8. First steamer of the ne'v Australia- 
Canada line arrived at \ ii'toria. l.C. 

Title " llonipurable," as cciMfcrreil >y the (,)ueen 
in till' Duke of l!uekini.'haiii's despatch. No. 
I(;4, of •.!4th .Inly, l,s(;.>,. cxpl.'.incd by Karl 
Uipon to evtend to all parts nf Her .Majesty's 
Dominions. See Ollii'inI tidzeHi' (Canada) 
Auy:ust !■), IS!»;t. 

Canailiaiis awarded •J.l'iii pri/.e> at Chien(fo 
K\hibition. 
1894 .liinc -JS. (ipcniinf at Ottawa of t.ie Colonial 
Conference to discuss mailers of interest to 
till' Knipiri'. The Imiicrial (ioverninent. New 
Sciiith Wales, C.\)ie Colony, New /Cealand, 
\ictoria.(jiiieenslaiid and Canada representeil. 

Jul,\ i'.\. Canadian readjusted customs tariff 
ass'iiied to by (!o\ ernor-lieiieral. 

August -27. C. S. CoiiLtress Tariff Hill becomes 
law without sitjnalureof President Cleveland, 

December VI. Deatli of liiyhl Hon. Sir John 
Thompson in Windsor Cast le. 
1895— September 11). Suult Ste. .Marie canal opened. 

October 1. Proclamation uivinir to the un- 
orjranii^i'd and unnamed )iortions of the 
North-West the following:' names: ('n;;ava, 
Franklin, Maclienzie and Yukon districts. 
1896 -Jannai'v •-!. Six .Ministers rcsijrned durinvr de- 
bate oil address. Sir Mackenzie Howell re- 
formed his Cabinet. 

A|iril i'l. Hesijriiation of Hon. Sir Mackenzie 
Howell as Premier. Oo\ cnior-Cieneral sent for 
Hon. Sir Charles Tujiper, Hart., who formed 
a ministry. 

June '2.'{. Ceiieral ele(!tion8. The Liberalswon. 

JiilyO. Order in Connell enlarjrinjr the boun- 
daries of the Province of (jMiebec to the shoret, 
of HiKlson's Hay, and addin^r lls,4'i(l sipiare 
miles of territory to tiie jirovince. 

July 11. Hon. Wilfrid Laurier accepted position 
as Premier. 

July 13. Liberal .Ministry sworn in. 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



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MKANINX! OK TKRMS r.Sr:i>. 

I > this At't, and in any other Act rt'latint,' to i-iistonis, 
unless the oontexl otluTwiso ft niiri's, - 

The initials " n. o. s." roi)riseni and have the nioaninj; 
of the words " not clsowhero speciticii " ; 

The initials " n. o. \>. " ri'iirt'sent and have the niean- 
\ng of the words " not otherwise iiroviditl fur" ; 

The expression ";rallon " means an iinperial uallon ; 

Tlie expression "ton" means two thousand iiounds 
avoirdniiois ; 

The expression "proof" or "proof spirits," when 
applied to wines or spirits of any kind, means s)>iriis of 
a strenjjtli ecpial to tliat of )>iireelli.vl alcohol conipotind- 
ed with distilled water in sui.'li proportions Ihiit the 
resultant niixt\ire sliall at a temperature of sixty 
deirrees Fahrenheit have a s]>(.'ci(ic irravil\ of ()",»1".».S as 
compared with thai of distilled water at the same 
temi)eratin'e ; 

The expression " j,'aui,'e," wlien aiiidied to metal 
sheets or |)lales or to wire, means the thickness as 
determined hy S«uil)bs's stan<lard (Jraujre ; 

The expressioi\ "in diameter," when a]iplied to 
tuhinK, means the actual inside diameter ; 

The expression "sheet," when applied to metals, 
means a sheet or plate not exceedinjr three-sixteenths of 
an inch in thickness ; 

The expression " plate," when applieil to metals, 
means a plate or .heet more than threc-sixleentl\8 of an 
inch in thickness. 

FISl' FROM I'NITKn STATKS AND 
NEWFOINDLAM). 

The whole or part of the duties hereby imposed upon 
flsh and other products of the tisheries may he remitted 
as respects either the I'nited States or Newfoun<lIand, 
or hoth, ui>on proclamation of the (iovernor in Council, 
wnich may he issued whenever it appears to his satis- 
l.vetion that the (iovermnents of the I'nited Stales and 
Newfoundland, or eithi r of them, have made chaiij,'es in 
their *aritls of iluties imposed uixni artitles iiniii>rle<l 
froTu Canada, in reduction or repea" of 'he <luties in 
force in the said countries respectively. 

KXPOUT OF OAMK I'UOlIllilTKI). 

The export of wild turkeys, <|uail, parlridije, iirairie 
fowl i.iid woodcock, in the carcase or parts thereof, 
is hereby declared iinlawf -l and i)rohil)iled ; and any 
person exportin<jorattein))tinLrtoexport any such article 
shall for each otfence incur a ])enalty of one hundred 
dollars, and the article so attempted to he exiwrted 
shall h.? forfeited, and may, on ri'asonahle cause of sus- 
picion of intention to export, he seized hy any officer of 
the ^'usloms, and, if such intention is i)roved, shall he 
(iea't with as f( >• breach of the customs laws: Provided, 
that thissei'tion shall not ai)iily to the export, under 
such resiulations as are made l)y the Oovernor in (Coun- 
cil, of any carcase or (lart thereof of any deer raised <>• 
bred liy any person, company or association of persons 
upon his or their own lands. 

Deer when shot for sjiort, under license, may he ex- 
))orted under reiridations of the Ctistoms Department. 

Hcjulntitins rfiprctlnn tlfexjuift nf " llnnic-hinl Dei'r." 
At>y person who wishes to exjiort an.v carcase <u- parts 
thereof of deer raised or bred ujion his own land, or 
upon lands owned hy a compan.\' or association of jier- 
sons of which he is a memlier. shall make affldaxit U])on 
the fate of tlie export entry to the etf''ct that the deer, 
the carcase or iiarts whereof is so entereil for ex;iorta- 
tioti, was raised or bred ui)on bis own lands or upon 
lands owned or held hy a comjiany or association of 
persons of which he is a member (descrihin;; the lucatioii 
of sucl) lands, and naniinjr the association or com])aiiy 
holdinir the same). 

DUTIKS (»N M();-ASSKS AND SVUll'S. 
Ucsnlations res|>eclinu: the manner in which molasses 
and syrujis shall be sam)iled and tested for the puriio-^i 
of detcrminin'.' the classes to whii'h they belouH: with 
reference to the duty charueabie thereon shall be made 
hy the controller of c\istoins, and the inslrumiiiis anil 
apiiliance necessary for such determination sliall be 
flesiifnated by him and su)))ilied to s\ich ollicers as are 
by him cliar/ecl with the duly of sampH'tu' and testing' 
such molasses and syrui)s ; a'ld the decision of any 
officer (to whom is so assigned the testing of such 



articles) as to the (hitios to which they are Huhject 
under the tariff shall he final and conclusive, unless 
upon ap|ieal to the connnissioner of customs within 
thirty (hiys from the renderinjf of such deuision, such 
decision is, with the api)roval of the controller, changed ; 
and the decision of the commissioner with such appro- 
val shall be final. 

DUTIES ON WINES AND Sl'IRITS. 

In the case of all wines, spirits, or alcoholic licpiors 
subject to dut.N' accordinj; to their relative stren^fth of 
|)roof, sucli slren[,'th shall he ascertained either by 
means of Sykes's hydrometer or of the specific ^fravity 
bottle, as the controller of customs directs ; and in case 
such relati\ • strenjjth cannot he correctly ascertained 
hy the direct use of the hydrometer or jrravity bottle, it 
shall he ascertained hy the distillalion of a sample and 
the suhseipient test in like manner of the distillate. 

MEDICINAL AND TOILET I'KEPARATIONS. 
All medicinal or toilet prejiarations imported for coni- 
pletinjfthe manufacture thereof, or for the niani:facture 
of any other arti( k by the addition of any ingredient or 
ingredients, or hy mixing such jjreparations, or by put- 
ting np or liibelling the same, alone or with other 
articles or (!omi)ounds, under aiiy proprietar> or special 
name or trade mark, shall he valued for duty tinder the 
provision of subsection two of section sixty-five of The 
C((x/(i;».'< drf, as amended hy section fifteen of chapter 
fourteen of the statu s of 1888. 

MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS TO BE LABELLED. 

.Ml niedicinid preyjarations, whether chemical or other, 
usually imiiorted with the name of the mainifactiirer, 
shall have the true name of such manufacturer and the 
place where they arejirepared, aiid the word "alcoholic" 
or " lion alcoholic," permanently and legibly affixed to 
each ii.TiV'cl by stamp, label or otherwise ; and all medi- 
cinal ju'eparations imp.orted without such names and 
wonl so affixed may be forfeited. 

DITV ON PACKAGES. 

Packiiges siiall be subject to the foUoA'ing jirovisions : 

.Ml bottles, flasks, jars, demijohns, carboys, casks, 
hogsheads, pi]>es, barrels, and all other \ essels or pack- 
ages, manufactured of tin, iron, lead, zinc, glass or any 
other material capable C holding licpiids, and all pack- 
ages in which go(«ls are commonl,\ placed for home 
coiisumjition, including cases, not otherwise provided 
for, in which l)or;eil s)iirits, wines or malt l.iipiors or 
other licpiids are contaiiied, and ever;. ackage being 
the first receptacle or covering iiiclosiiig goods for the 
]iurposc of sale, shall in all cases, not otherwise provided 
for, in which they contain goo<ls subject to an ad 
ralitii'iii iluty or a siiecilii' and <iil ralnrein duty, he 
chaigefl with the same rate of ad ralmviii duty as is to 
be levied and collected on the goods they contain, and 
the value of the i)ackages may be included in the value 
of such goods ; 

.Ml such packages as aforesaid containing goods sub- 
ject to a siieciflc duty only, and not otherwise provided 
for, shall be charged with a duly of twenty per cent. 
a<l raldiYin ; 

Packages not hereinbefore sjiecified, and not herein 
si>e(Mally chiirged with or dec!arc<l liable to duty, and 
being tile usual a"d ordinary ]>ackages in which goods 
are packed for exportation, .according to the general 
usage and custom of trade, shall be free of dut.v ; 

All ucli special packages or coverings as are of an,v 
use, or aiiparenlly designed for use other than the 
importation of the goods they <!oiitaiii, shall be subject 
lo the same rate of duty as would thereon be levied if 
iiiiportc'l emjitx or separate from Ihei; contents ; 

I'ai'kagps (inside or outside) containing free goods 
shall be exempt from duty when the packages are of 
-neb a nature that their destruction is necessary in 
iderto relcnse the goods. 

, PENALTY FOR HAVING lU.ANK INVOICE WITH 
I CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTNESS. 

' Anv person who, without lawful excu.se, Ihe jn-oof of 

which shall be on the person acciise<l, sends or brings 

into Canada, or who, being in ('anada, has in his jiosses- 

sioii, an.v billheailing or other pajier appearing to be a 

I heading or blank capable of being filled up and used as 

I an invoice, and hearing any certificate juiqiorting to 






[M] 



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CANADIAN TAUIKF OF CUSTOMS. 



Oi5 



WITH 



i 



nhow, <ii' « liicli may lit' used to sIkiw, lluil I In invoice 
wliich iim.v lie iiiiiilc fioin siidi l)ill-licu(liii;; «.. '.'anli is 
conTc' or aiillifiilic. is irnillN of :iii iiidirlalik' (i.Tciicc 
and lialili' to ii (Hiialtv ot li\c' luimlri'd dollms, and to 
inipiisonnii'iil for a term not cxcui'dlni;- Iwclvf tnontlis, 
ill lln' (liscri'lion of I lie <'onrt, anil tin- yoods inlLrfd 
under an.\ insoicc mailc from any sucli tiill-licadinj;- or 
lilanlv shall liu forfciinl. 

AKKID.WIT OF l.\l I'dlf IKI! ( I.AIMlMi I.oWKH 
HATK OK l»l TV OX CKRI.MN (i(»(>|)S. 

With rcsiiL'ct to j;().)ds imporlt'il for manufacturin;;: 
jMiriiost's that are admissililf iintlcr this Act for an\ 
Hju-i'ltli- imrposL's at i lower rati' of duty than would 
otlarwisc he (■liari;i:ahk', or uMMnpt from ihity, tlic 
iniporler clainiin;;' such cxuniiition from dut,\, ir |iro- 
IHirlionalc cxtniplion from duly, shall malu- and sub- 
srrilic to I lie follow i]ii;- allida\il or allirniaiion hcfori.' 
the c'ollei'lor of riisioms at tliH port of entry, or hi'fori' 
a notary pulilic or a commissioner for laUini; atlidavits : 

\, (iiiiiiii' III i iiiiiiirlri) I he undersiyiied, imiiorter of 
file {niinii'K iij' llir iiniiilx nr iiitirli's) mentioned in this 
entry, dosolenmly (:<iifitr or iijlinii) thai s\u-\\ (iiiniii'x nj' 
//(I' rAiiir/.sii;- ((/7(V/c.v) are imported hy me for the mami- 
faclure of (iKnnr.^ ul' tin' i/cin/.v tn hr iiuiiiiililf.li'riii) in 
my own factory, situated ii\ (ikiiih' (</' llir ji/Kri'. cininlii 
ami '/iinriiici'), :\ui\ that no portion of the same will he 
used for any other ])nrpose or disposed of until so 
inaniifaetiu'cd. 

lililTISlI I'HI'M'KliKNTIAL TAIilKK. 

(»n and after the Isl day of August, l,s;)S, section 17 of 
the said Act shall he repealed, anil the following shall 
he snhstituted the. 'for : - 

"Artiiles which are the y'rowth, iirodnce or mami- 
facturf of any of the following' I'ouiilrics may, when 
imported direct into Canada fiom an,\ of such coun- 
tries, he I iiteri'd for duty or taken out of "Mrdiouse for 
consumpiiun in (Janaila at the ruhued rate of duty 



: provided in the llritish prefereidial taiilf set forth in 
i Sehfilule I) to this Act: (<() The United Kinsriloiu ; 
i (/<) The llritish colony of lii'innida ; (r) The lirilish 
colonies, comiu' .';y called thi' i'.rilish West Indies, in- 
cludin;; llie 'ollowint;-: the liahamas, .Jamaica, Turks 
and Caicot. Islands, the Leeward Islands (Antigua, 
SI. Chiistopher-.N'evis, Domiinca, Montserral, and the 
N'irgin Islands, the Windward Islands ((irenada, St. 
Vincent and St. laicia), I'.arhados, Trinidad and To- 
hago : ((/) Uritish (iniana; (c) An\ otrher liriliwh colony 
or ))ossessi(in the ctistoinstarill of which is, on the 
whole, as favourahle to Canada as the llritish prefer- 
ential tariff herein referred to is to such colony or 
possession. 

Provided however, that manufactured articles to he 
admitted uiidei' such ]ireferential tariff shall he hinia 
liiic tin- manufactures of a counlry or countries entitled 
to the henetits of such tariff, and that such henelits 
shall not extend to the importation of article's into the 
production of which there iias not entered a substantial 
portion of the lahonr of such countries. Any iptestion 
arising as to any article heing entitled to such benefits 
shall he decided by the Minister of Customs, whose 
decision shall be tinal. 

" Kaw sugar, including all sugar lUscribed in item 
4H(i of Schedule A, may, when imported direct from 
anv liritish colony or )>ossession, he entered for duty 
or taken out of warehouse for consuni|)tion in Canada 
at the reduced rate of duty j>ro\ ided in the Hritisli 
jireferential tariff. 

"The Jlinister of Customs, with the ajiprovalof the 
(iovernor in Couni il, shall determine what British 
colonies or possessions shall he entitled to the benefits 
of the |)refercnti(d tariff under clause (il) of subsection 1 
of this section. 

"The Minister of Ctisloins may, with the a)iproval 
of the (Iovernor in Council, make such regulations as 
are deemed necessary for carrying out the intention of 
this .section.' 



THE FRENCH TREATY. 



(Cirriitar /ruin tlir Ci(>!tiiiiin Drpa 
I beg to send herewith, for vour information and gu 
oil, dideil the loth dav of 0<'lnlii'r, \ii'V<, declaring the pi 
after the 14tli October, l,S!),"i. 

Vou are hereby .advised thai 'he said .\ct luovides as 
follows : — 

" Wines, sparkling and noii-Hi)arkling, cominrn soaps, 
Savons <le Marseille (Caslile soajis) and nuts, almonds, 
primes and plums ot i'rench origin entering Canada 
shall enjoy the following ailv i.nlages: 

1. Non-sparkling wines gauuing 15 degnies by the 
centesimal alcoholometer or less, or according l,o the 
Canadian system of testing, containing -Jti [ler cent, or 
less of alcohol, and all sparkliim' wines shall he ex- 
einpteil from the siirta\c or ail nilornn duty of HI) per 
cent 

"2. The piesf lit dut.v charged on common soajis, 
savoiis de .Marseille (Castile soaps) shall be reduced by 
one half. 

Ii. The present duly charged on nuts, almonds, prunes 
and plums shall bi' icduced bv one-third. 

The following arlicles ot Cinadian origin imported 
direct from I liat country accompanied by cert ilicales of 
origin shall receive the adv aniage of the minimum larilf 
on entering France, .Mgena or the French colonies; 

Canned meats. 

Condensed milk, |>ure. 

Fresh water fish. eels. 

Fish preserved in ibeir natural form. 

Ijobsters and ''raylish |iieserveil in their nal nral form. 

Apples and pear .. fii-h, dried or (iressed. 

Kruils |ireserved, others 

Ituilding limlier in rou:;h or s.ivvii. 

Wood ]iavemenl 

Staves. 

Wood pulp tcelhilose), 

KxIracI of cliesinnl ami oilier lanniieg extracts. 

Common iiaper, macliiiie-madi . 

l're))areil skins, others, whole, 

Hoots and shoes. 

Furniture of comi' un wnod. 

Furniture other than chairs, of solid wood, coniiiion. 

Flooring in pine or soft wood. 

Wooden seagoing ships. 

It is understood that the ailv antage of any reduction of 



i-tir.i'iit, (Inli-il I'.th (Mnhcr, Uur,.) 

idance, text of a proclamation by the (iovernor in (\)un- 
visions of the French Treaty Act in force on, from and 

duty granted to any other power on any of the articles 
enumerated above shall be extended fully to Canada." 

Vonr attention is also directed to the following- pro- 
visions of "An .\ct respecting ('onime -cial Treaties 
affect inir Canada,' Chap. ;i, TiS -."ill \'ict., .iz. : 

" 1 So soon as Tin' French Tri'ittji Art, 1S!»4, chajiter 
two of the .Statutes of 181)4, is brought into force by 
proclamation of the (iovernor (Jeneral, the iidvanlages 
granted to France by the treaty with that ))ovver men- 
tioned in the said .'Vet, with respect to its conimercx' 
with Canaila, shall extend to any and every other 
foreign jiower which by rea.son of the 0|ieratioii of such 
treaty is, under the provisions of a treaty with (ireat 
lirilain, entitled, in whole or in part, to the same or to 
the like advanlages with respect to its coiumerce with 
Canada, to theexleiit to which in manneraforesaid such 
other foreign power is entitled thereto; and such 
ailvantages shall continue to so extend to such other 
foreign iiovver so long as the said .Vet remains in force, 
or until the right of such other foreign (lower to such 
advantages under its treaty with (Jreat liritain is sooner 
diteiniined. 

'A. The advantages so granted to Fiance hy the said 
treaty shall exteiid also to (ireat Britriin and to the 
several Brit isli colonies and possessions with respect to 
tlieir coninicrce with ('aiiada, so long as France con- 
tinues to he eiitiiled to such advanlayes; and during 
the period for which France is so entitled to such 
adv ant.'iLres, all laws inconsistent with the eiijoviiient 
thereof by (ireat Britain and such llritish colonies and 
jiossessions shall be suspended to the extent to which 
they are so inconsistent," 

The I'oi'eign I'ovvers entitled to the same advantages 
under the provisions of the said Act, asare grantpd to 
France \i\ the Trealv in ipieslion, with respect to its 
conimerce with Canada, are : .Argentine lle|iublic, (ler- 
niany (Zollv irein). .\iistiia Hungary, Muscat, Belg-inm, 
liiissia, Bolivia, Salvador, Chili, Sweden, Norway, 
Cohinihia. Spain, Costa liica. 

Satisfactory iiroof of the origin of the goods in ijuestion 
shall he furnished to the collector at the time of entry. 



GO 



CANADIAN TAUIPF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1900 



THE CUSTOMS TARIFF OF 1898. 

Jti'vinfil ami Corrected to Latest Date. 



It' c. ad vat. 
Absinthe, 82.40 ])ur imp. Oal. 

Acetate of l.inie 20 

Acetate and Nitrate of Lead, 

not ground Free 

Acid, Acetic Acid and I'yrolitf ne- 
ons, ii.e.H,, \- viiic(far,ii .spcciHi' 
duty of llflecn cents for each 
jfallciii of any strength not ex 
cec(lin(, I lie strength of proof, 
an(I for each degree of strengtii 
m excess of the strength of 
proof an additional duty of 
two cents. 

The strength of jiroof sluill l)e 
held to he ecpial to six ))er 
cetit. (if absolute acid, an<l in 
all cases the strength shall be 
determined in snrh a manner 
as is established by the Gover- 
nor in coimcil. 
Acid, Acetic .\cid crude, and 
I'i'roligneous crude, of any 
strenglli not exceeding tliirty 

per cent -:') 

Acid, -Muriatic and Nitric, and 

all mixed acids 20 

Acid, Oxalic and Itoracic Free 

Acid, Phosphate, n.o.p '1C> 

Acid, Sulphuric 25 

Acid, Tartaric, in crystals Free 

Acid, Tannic Free 

Acids, other acids n.e.s 20 

Aconitt^ Hoot Free 

Acorns as Nuts. . . 2 cts. jier lb. 
Advertising and printed matter, 
viz.— .Advertising pamphlets, 
advertising jiictorial show 
cards, illustrated advertising 
periodicals ; illusi rated price 
r)oi)ks, ('atalogues and price 
lists ; advertising !ilmana(;s 
and calendars ; )>atei)t me(li- 
cine or other advertising cir- 
culars, fly sheets or pamphlets ; 
advertising cbroinos, chromo- 
types, oleographs or like work 
produced by any (irocess other 
than band painting or drawing 
and having an.\ advertisement 
or advertising matter printed, 
lilbograpbcd or stamped there- 
on, or attached thereto, includ- 
ing a<lvertising bills, folders, 
and posters, or other similar 
artistic work, lithographed, 
printed or stamped on paper 
or cardboard for business or 
advertisement purposes, n.o.p., 
l.'i cts. per 11). 
Alabaster, Spar. Terra Cotta or 

(Composition Ornaments lii'i 

Ale, Beer and I'orter, in Bottles 

(() q. or 12i). to Imp, gal.) 24c 

Imp. gal. 

Ale, Beer and I'orter, in Casks, or 

otherwise than Bottles. . . . Kic. 

Imp. gal. 

Albumen, Blood Free 

Albumeniz(!(l, ;uid other papers 
and lilms chemically prepared 

for jibotogr ii)hers' use HO 

Alb\nns, insidcs of jiaper Free 

Ale, (Jinger 20 

Alkanet root, crude, crushed ■)r 

ground Free 

Almonds, shelled, .'> cents jier lb. 

not shelled, .'! cents per lb. 
Almond Paste as Confectionery, 

Jc. a lb. and ;{5 

Moes, unground Free 



|! f. ud val. 
Alum, in h\dk only, ground or 

unground Free 

Alum, burned or calcined 20 

Aluminum, or .\liuuiiiiinii and 
Ahiniimi and Chloride of Alu- 
niiniuni orChloralum.Sul|>hate 
of Alumina and Alum Cake.. Free 

Chloraluni Free 

Ainhergris Vren 

Annnoniu, Sul)ihate of Free 

Anatomical Preparations and 
Skeletons or parts Uiereof .... Free 

Anchors for vessels Free 

Atiimals, living, n.e.s 2<) 

Animals, for improvement of 
Stock, horses, cattle, sheep, 

swine, and dogs Free 

Animals, live hogs, 1 Ac. per tb. . . 

Animals brought into Can. temp, 

& for a period not exceeding 3 

[ months, for tlie purpose of ex- 

' hibition Free 

i Aniline Dyes and Coal Tar I»yes, 

j in bulk or packages of not less 

than one poimd weight, includ- 

I iui^ .Mizarine and artificial 

j Alizarine Free 

i Aniline Oil, Crude Free 

I Aniline Salts, and Arseniate of . , Free 
Annato, li(pii<lor solid and seed. Free 
Antimony not ground, pulverized 
1 or otherwise mamifacturo<l. . . Free 

Antiquities, collections of Free 

Ant isept ic surgical dressing, such 
as absorbent cotton, cotton 
I wool, lint, lambs' wool, tow, 
jute, gauzes, and oakum, pre- 
pared for use as surgi<'al (Iress- 

I ings, plain or medicated 20 

; Anvils 30 

j Apricots, green 20 

Apparatus and PhHosophicaJ 
; Instruments, imported by and 
' for use of (Colleges, Schools, 
, Scientific, and Literary Socie- 
ties, such as are not maiui- 

1 factiired in Canada Free 

■ Ap'atus for Colleges and Schools, 

which are manufactured in 

j Canada, to be rated according 

i to material. 

Apparel, wearing, and other i>er- 

I sonal and household effects 

i (not merchandise) of British 

subjects dying abroad, but 

domiciled in Cana<la Free 

.Apples, including the barrel. . . . 
40c. per barrel. 

Apjiles, dried 'J5 

Ai)ple trees of all kinds. .3c. each 

Argols Free 

Artist color boxes .lapanned .... 2fi 
Arms, including Muskets, Hides 

and other tire crms, n.e.s... ;>0 
Army atiil -Navy and Canadian 
.Milit.iry .Anns, Clothing, Mus. 
Instruments for Bands, Mili- 
tary Stores and .Munition of 

War Free 

Arrowroot 20 

Artificial Fluwers 2.') 

Artiliiial 1-imbs l''ree 

Arsenic Free 

Arseni.ite of Aniline Free 

Articles for the use of (Jovernor- 

(leneral Free 

Articles imported by and for the 
use of the Dominion (Jovern- 
ment or any of the Depart- 
ments thereof, or bv or for 



^ «. ad val. 
the Senate or House of Com- 
mons Free 

Articles for personal use of C'on- 
siils-Ceneral, who are natives 
or citizens of the country they 
represent, and who are not 
engaged in any other business 
or profession Free 

Articles ex-warehoused for ship's 
stores Free 

Asi)est08, in any form other than 
Crude, and all manufactures 
thereof 25 

Ashes, Pot and Pearl, in pack- 
ages of not less than twenty- 
five pounds weight Free 

Asparagus 26 

Asphalt or Asphaltuni, and Bone 
Pitch, Crude only Free 

Awnings and Tents 35 

Axle Urease 25 

Babbit Metal lO 

Bocoti and Ilains, Shoulders and 

Sides 2 cents per lb. 

Bacteriological products or se- 
rums for suhctitancous injec- 
tion Free 

Bagatelle Tables or Boards, with 

Cues and Balls 35 

Bagfgage, Travellers' Free 

Bags, Cotton, Seamless 20 

Bags, Cotton, made up by the 

u.se of the needle 35 

Bags, Carpet Bags 30 

Bags, paper sacks or bags of all 

kinds, printed or not 25 

Bags, Jute, Hemp, Linen atid 

Cotton seamless 20 

Baking Powders, 6 cents per lb. 
The weight of the packages to 
be included in the weight for 
•luty. 

Bamboos, unmanufactured Free 

Bamboo Reeds, not further 
manfd. than cut into suitable 
lengths for Walking Sticks, or 
Canes, or Sticks for Umbrellas, 

Parasols, or Sunshades Free 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of ex- 
change. cluMpies, promissory 
notes, <lrafls and all similar 
work unsigned, and cards or 
other coimnercial blank forms 
l)rinted or lithographed, or 
printed from steel or copper 
or other plates, an<I other 

printad matter, n.e.s 35 

Barilla Free 

Bark, Oak aiid Tanners Free 

Barley 30 

Barometers 25 

Barrels, Can. manuf.,exp. filled & 
ret'd empty, under such reg'ns 
as the Mill, of Cus. shall direct.Free 
Barrels, cont. Petroleum, or its 
products, or any mixt.of which 
petroleum is a part, when such 
contents are chargeable wivh a 

8i)ecilic duty 20o. each 

Bends and Bead Ornaments .... 35 

Beans i.'Scts, per bush. 

Bean, Tonquin, Vanilla & Nux 

Vomica, crude otdy Free 

Bed Comforters, or Quilts of 

Cotton, white or colored 30 

Beef, salted in barrels, the barrel 
containitig the same to be free 

of duty 2c. per lb. 

Bees Free 



;0 



1900] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



Ill c. ltd val. 

Ht'lliwloim.'i I-eii\ on Free 

Bolls, when iiiiiu)i'te(l li.v and for 

the use of (iluireheH only Free 

Rells, n.e.H ;J0 

Belts of all kinds 85 

belting of leatluT or other ma- 
terial, txccpt rubhor, n. u. s. . . 20 

Beliinu- Kiil.htT 2r. 

Benzole, n.e.s >c. per Inij). fjal. 
Berries for dyilng, or used for 

composiniif (lyes Free 

Bicycles, Tricycles or Velocipedes liO 
Billiard Tables, with or without 
jiockets, and l)ay:atelle tables 
or boards, cues, balls and cue 

racks and iMie lips 85 

Billiard Balls, papier niache, 

when imported separately .... 35 
Billiard Balls, bone or ivory, 

when imported separately.... 35 
Billiard lUdls celluloid, when im- 
ported separately "-b 

Birds, (J'anary Birds and n.e.s. ... 20 
Birds Skins, for taxidermic pur- ' 

poses Free 

Bird C»;,'es 35 

Biscuits of all kinds, not sweet- 
ened 25 

Biscuits, sweetened 27^ 

Bismuth, Metallic in its natural 

state Free 

Bitters, n.e.s., .^'J.loper Im)). sal- 
Blacking', Shoe and Shoemakers' 
Ink, shoe, harness and leather 
dressinjjr. and hiirness-soap .... 25 
Black l.eiul,i)lumba<;oiuanufac're 25 

Bl.ick Book Muslin Hi> 

Blackberries, yoosel>erries, rasji- 
berries, strawberries, cherries 
and v'urrants, n.cs. , the weiifht 
of the packaife to be included 
in the weijfht for duty, 2c. per. lb. 

Bladders ' 20 

Blanketing and lap|)ini'', and discs 
or mills for enuiavinn cdjiper 
rollers, imported by (!otton 
manufacturers, calico printer.s 
and wall paper maniifacturers, 
for use in their own factories 

only Free 

Blinds of wood, metal or other 

material not, (^extile <ir jiaper. . 1)0 
Blood albumen, tannic acid, an- 
timony salts, tartar emetic and 

grey tartar Free 

Blueinjr, Laundry, of all kinds.. 2'i 

Blue \'itriol Free 

Boltiny: I'lotli, not made up .... Free 
Bone liust and .•\sh for manuf. 

of Phosphate and Fertilizers. . Free 
Bone l>ust, umuanufaclured. . . Free 

Bone Black Free 

Boties, crude, not manuf., burnt, 
calcined, tiround, or steamed. Free 

Bones, burnt, calcined 20 

Bone, manufactures of, fancy. .. 35 
Bone, inanufacture-i of, ri,e.s... 20 

Bone Pitch, crude only Free 

Bone, Cuttle Fish Free 

Bonnets, n.e.s :lu 

Books, viz :- Novels or «< irks of 
ticljuii, or literature of:, -.iinilar 
character, unliound <ir jvajier- 
bound, or in sheets, includini;' 
freight rales for railways and 
teleji'raph rates, bound in book 
or )iamphlel form, Iml not to 
include I'lirisimas anrniiils or 
|i\ilylicalioiis .■(iinmonly known 
as jux enile and toy books :'.i) 

Books, Printed, Periodicals and 
Pamphlets, or jiarts I hereof, 
n.e.s , — not to inelude blank 
account books, copy-books, or 
books to lie written or drawn 
upon 10 



^ e. ad val. 
Books, viz. ; Books on the appli- 
cation of science to industries 
of all kinds, uicludiiiff books 
on ajiricullure, horli(udlure, 
forestry, tish and lisliin^, min- 
in;;, melalhu>;\ , arcliiteet\n'e, 
electric anti other en^rineerinu', 
carpen try, sbi))-buil(l if i}r, mech- 
anism, dyeing-, bleachin;;, lan- 
ninn, weavinj;' and other me- 
chanic arts, aTid similar indus- 
liial books ; also books printed 
in any lani.'uaye other than the 
Fnylish and French lannuaL;es, 
or in any two laTi;j:ua'jes not 
beinu' Knj;lish and French, or in 
any three or more languajies ; 
and bibles, iirayer-books, psalm 
and hymn-books, and religious 
tracts, and Sunday School les- 
son pictures Free 

Books, cndiossed, for the blind, 
it,,(l books for I lie instruction 
of the deaf and dundi and 

blind I'ree 

Books printed by an.\ (iovern- 
nient or by any association 
for the promoii<in of sriencc 
or letters, an<l ofticial animal 
rejiorts of reli;:ious or benevo- 
lent iis.sociations, and issued in 
the cour.sc of the jiroceedinijs 
[ of the said associalio'is, to 
I their members, and not for 
I the jiurpose of sale or trade. . .Free 
I Books, not primed or repriiued 
' in Canada, which are :.,.'luded 
! and used as text books in the 
j curi'iculuni of an\ university, 
{ ineoriiorate'd collei^c or normal 
j school in Canada ; books sped- 
j all.\ Imported for 1 be /*"/(fty/(/« 
I use of incorporated mechanics' 
I instil'iles, judilic libraries, li- 
braries of iniiversitie.s, cnlleijes 
aiidsc hools.or for the library of 
! any incorporated medical, law, 
literary, scicntitic or ar; asso- 
ciation or society, ami beiny 
the projierty of the ori;anize(l 
authorities of su(^b library, and 
not in any case the pro])erty of 
individuals,- the wlmle under 
reirnlaIioi;s to be made by the 
' Cfintrollcr of Customs, pro- 
, \ idcd thai im)iorlers of books 
1 who have sold the same for 
the purpose mentioned in this 
item, shall upon proof nf sale 
and delivery for such pui'iiose 
he enlitled to a refund of any 

j duty paid I hereon Free 

; Books, bound or unbound, which 
j have been printed and manu- 
1 factured more I bun 12 years. . Free 

Books and clolbiny', donations 
I of, tor charitable purposes and 
i iibolonraiilis, nor exceeding 3, 
I sent by friends and not for the 

i purjiose of sale I'^ree 

' Book Binder-i' Cloth Free 

, Book Binders' to<ils and imple- 
ments 30 

; Boots and Shoes, Leather or 
Rubber, and slippers of any 

; material, n.e.s '. 2.'i 

, Boots and Shoes, liubber 25 

Boot and Shoe Counters, made 

from Leather Boaid 25 

Boot "wii Shoe Uressiny; 25 

r!oot, Shoe and ' ' >■• t aces, of 

aTiy material 3" 

Botanical SpecinuJiis Free 

' Borax, ^'round or mnn'ound, in 
i b\dk of not less than twent.v- 
i five pounds only Free 



¥ c. ad val. 

Box Wood Ilules 25 

Boxes, paper boxes, empty, plain. C'j 

Boxes, cash 25 

Boxes and Writinjf Desks, fancy 

and ornamental 35 

Braces or Snsjienders and metal 

parts t hereof 35 

Braids of all kinds 35 

Bran, Mill Feed 20 

Brass, drawn, i)lain and fancy 
tubin^t not bent or otherwise 
mamifactiwed, in lengths not 

less than six feet Free 

Brass, old, .scrap, and in sheets 

or plates, not jiolished Vree 

Brass bars in holts, bars and rods 
in coil or otherwise, not less 
than six feelin length, unmaiut- 

factured Free 

Brass C'ups, beiny roufih blanks, 
for the manufacture of brass 
and papersliellsund cartridtres 
for use in their own factor- 
ies Free 

Brass Wire, plain 10 

P.rass, ribs of iron or steel, run- 
ners, rin^s, caps, notches, fer- 
rules, mo\uils and slicks or 
canes in the rough or not 
further mainifactured than cut 
into lengths suitable for um- 
brellas, etc., im])orted by niaiui- 
facturers of umbrellas, para- 
sols and sunshade." for use in 
their factories in the manufac- 
ture of undirellas, etc., only. .Free 

Brass Pumjis 30 

Brass, twisted Brass, Copjier, 
Ziiii'. Iron or Steel Wire, when 
im))ort:ed by manufacturers of 
boots and shoes for use in 

their factories Free 

Brass, in strips, for printers' 

rules, not finished Free 

Brass and cop)ier mills, rivets, 

tacks and burrs 30 

Brass tubing . cased .... 30 

Brass, manufactures of, n.e.s... 30 
Brcadstuffs, Crain and Flour, 
an(l Meal of all kinds, when 
damaged by vvater iii transitu, 
upon the appraiseil value .... 20 

Brick, Fire, n.e.s 20 

Brick, hollow and juirous 20 

Brick, Buildiny 20 

Brick, Bath Brick 20 

Brick, Fire Brick, for use in iiro- 
cesses of niamifaclure, or for 

maiHifacluririjr purjioses Free 

Brimstone, crude or in roll or 

flour Free 

Brim Moulds, for yold beaters 

and }iold beaters' skins. . Free 

British (ium, Dextrine, Siziutr, 
Cream and ICnameiled Sizing;. 10 

Bristles Free 

Britannia Metal in pitrsandbars Free 
manufactures of, if not i)lated. 25 
nuiiuifactures of, if plated .... HO 

Bromine Free 

Brooms 20 

Brushes 25 

Broom ( orn Free 

Bronze or Dutch Metal 55 

Buckles of iron, steel, lira.ss or 
co)))ier, of all kinds, n.o.p. 

(not beiiij;- jevvellerv ) 30 

Buckskins, fanned or dressed 

((dove leather) 10 

Bronze Statuettes 36 

Buckwheat 10c. )>er bushel 

meal or Hour | c. per lb. 

Buchu Leaves Free 

Buckles, tin, for suspenders 35 

Buckram, for the manufacture 
of hat and bonnet shapes Free 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[IfiOO 



%f c 01.' val. 

Huilders' Hardware 30 

Hullis, tlowt'r, imlias, corius, 
tuliurs, rliizoiiR's, Anicaria, 
Spiroa, and Lilies of the Val- 
U'v, si't'dliny: stocli forgrafiiiitf, 
viz : v»limi, lU'ar, i)t'H.;h, aii<l 

otlier fruit trees Free 

Bullion, ^uld and silver, in bara, 
blocks or iii^^ois, drops, sbuets 
or V)lates, unmanufactured, 
j,'old and silver sweepintfs an(i 

bullion (rinjfe Free 

Burr Stones, in blocks, rough 
unmaii\ifacturc'l, not IiouikJ 
tip or prei)ared for iiindiiig 

into mill stones Fre 

Burguiid.v I'itch Free 

Butchers' Steels and table steels 30 

Butter 4 cents per pound 

Butter Triers 30 

Butterine, or other substitute for 
■ Butter, importation prohibited. 
Buttons, ]iantaioon, metal, and 

shoe buttons, n.c s 25 

Button, Shoe, pai>ier mache, . . Free 
Buttons of all kinds, covered or 
not, n-o.)!.. inclu<lintr recojrni- 
tioTi l)Utloiis, and eutf or collar 
buttons (not bein^' jewellerv). oS 

Cabinet of Coins, collection 
of medals and other anti(iui- 
ties, including collection of 

Postage Stamps Free 

Cabinet Ware or Furniture (wood 

or iron) 30 

Cages, bird, jiarrot, sipiirrel and 
VI <. cages, of wire, and metal 

parts thereof 35 

Calcareous tufa Free 

Caluniba lioot, unground Free 

Camwood and Siunac, and Kx- 

trict of, for dyeing or tanning. Free 
Candied Peel, lemon, orange and 

citron Ac per lb. and 3{> 

Candles, Tallow ..." 25 

Candles, P.aratfliie Wax 30 

Candles and Tapers, all others, 

including Sperm 25 

Candle Wick and Lamp Wicks. . 25 
Cane or Rattan, split or other- 
wise manufactured 15 

Cane and Italian, not manufac- 
tured Free 

Canoes, skiffs, or open jileasure 
sail boats of aii.v material .... 25 

Canton F'laniiel, white 25 

Canton Flannel, printed or dyed 35 
Canvas, "Jute." not jii-cssed or 
calendered, when imported by 
the manufacturers of carpels, 
rugs and mats, jute webbing 
or jute cloth, for use in the 
manufacture of or any of these 
articles only, in their ow:i 

factories Free 

Canvas of flax or heiuji and sail 
twine, to be used for boat and 

ship sails 5 

Caoutchouc, unmanufactured . ..Free 
Caplin8,uiifinished Leghorn hat.s. Free 
Caps, Hats, Bonnets and shapes, 

n.e.s 30 

Caps, PercuBsidn, for guns, rifles 

and pistols 30 

Caps, Percussion Copper, for 

blasting 30 

Capsules for Bottles, to be rated 

according to material 

Carbons, electric light, and car- 
bon points of all kinds, n.e.s. 35 
Carbons, over six inches in cir- 
cumference 18 

Cardboard 3fi 

Cards, show cards, 15c. per 11). 
Cards, for playir't. Sets, perpack. 



30 



SO 



35 



2:> 
30 



V c. ad val 
Carpetbags, trunks, aixl valises, 
hat boxes, tool bags or baskets, 
satchels, reticules, musical in- 
strument cases, jiiirscs, port- 
manteaus, pocket hooks, Hy 
books and parts thereof, n.o.p., 
and baskets of all kinds . . 
Carpels, Turkish or imitation 
Turkish or other rugs or car 

pets, and carpels n.e.s 

Carpeting, rugs, mats, and mat- 
ting of cocoa, straw, heni)> 
or jute, carpet linings and stair 

l)ads 

'Cartridges, for guns, rifles and 
pistols, and ('artri(lge Cases.. 
Carriages, Buggies ami Pleasure 
Carts, and similar vehicles, 
n.e.s., including cut' '■'•s, child- 
ren's carriages and sleds, and 
finished i>arts thereof, n.o.p 
Farm& Freight Wagons. Carls, 
Drays and similar vehicles.... 

Carriage Hardware 

Carriages of travellers, and Car- 
riages laden with nierchandise, 
an<i not to include circus 

troupes or hawkers Free 

Cash Boxes 25 

Casts, as models for the use of 

schools of designs Free 

Catgut Strings, or (Jut Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Catgut or Whijigut, unnianufae- 

tured Free 

Caustic Soda Free 

Cases, for jewels, watches, silver 
and plated ware, cutler.\ , and 
other like articles of any ma 

terial 35 

Celluloid, Xylonite or .\yolite. in 
sheets, lumps, balls, or iilocks, 

in rough Free 

Celluloid moulded into sizes for 
handles of knives and forks 
not bored or otherwise manf., 
also moulded celluloid balls 
and cylinders coated with tin- 
foil or not, but not linislied or 
further manufacture<l, and 
celluloid lami> shade blanks. 10 

Celluloid Collars an" "uffs 35 

Cement, Hydraulic or Water- 
lime, Portland, in bags, barrels 
or casks, the weight of the 
package to be included in the 
weight for (hit v, I2k'. per loi) 

lbs .'.....' 

Chalk stone, china or Cornwall 
stone, feldspar, and clifT stone, 

ground or unground Free 

Chalk, nianufiKitured 20 

Chamomile Flowers Free 

Chamomile Flowers, jiowileied. . 20 

Chamois Skins 17i 

Charts, admiralty, Free. Other 20 

Charcoal .' 20 

Cheese, 3 cents per lb 

Chee.se Cloths, white 25 

coloured 35 

Ch 6(1 lies, also bank notes, 
(■ht(|iies, bonds, promissory 
notes, liills of {'\cliange, drafts 
and all similar work unsigned, 
and cards or other iDiiimeicial 
blank forms printed or lilho- 
grajihed, or iirinted from steel 
or coi)i)er ir other i>lates, and 
other lu'inled mailer, n.e.s... 35 

Cherry Trees, 3 cents each 

Chewing (ium, if sweetened, .^c. 

per 11). and 35 

Chewing (!iim, not sweetened .. 20 
Chicory, raw or green, 3c. per lb. 
Chicory, dr'ed roanted or ground, 
4 cents per lb 



20 



China Clay, natural or ground. Frts 
Chloralum or Chloride of Alum. Free 

China and Porcelain Ware 30 

Chloride of Barium 20 

Chloride (>f Lime, in packages of 

not le^s than 25 lbs. weight . ..Free 
Chronometer Clcx'ks, as Clocks . 25 

Chronometer Watches 25 

Chronometers a 'id Compasses for 

Shijis Free 

Chromos, Chromotypes, Oleo- 
graphs, jihotographs, arto- 
lyjies, iiaintings, drawings, 
pictures, engravings or iirirts, 
or proofs therefrom and similar 
works of art, n.o.p., blue 
prilll^, building plans, and 

maps and churls, n.e.s 20 

Church N'estnieiits 20 

Churns, brooms, pails, tubs, 
pounders and rolling ))ii>' 

w liisks and washboards 

Cider, not clarified or retined, 5 

cents per ini. gallon 

Cider, clarilied or retined, lOcents 

l)er im. gallon 

Cigars and Cigarettes, the 
weight of the cii:arettes to in- 
clude the weight of the pajier 

eo\ ering, .■*3 per lb. and 25 

Cinchona Bark Free 

Cinchona Bark, powdere<l 20 

Cinnabar Free 

Citrons, rinds of, in brine.. .. Free 

Citric Acid 20 

Clays Free 

Clilif Stone, unmanufactured. . . . Free 

(;iiff Stone, nianiifactiired 30 

(Jlocks, and clock t^iises of all 

kinds 25 

Clock springs and clock niove- 

nicnts, complete or in parts . . 25 
Clothes Wringers for domestic 

use and parts thereof 35 

(!lothing. Cotton, .'^ilk and Linen 35 
Clothing, ready-made, and wear- 
ing apparel of every descrip- 
tion, cdiiijiosed wholly or in 
part of wool, worsted, the hair 
of the alpaca goat or other like 

animal, n.o.p 

Clothing, donations of, for chari- 
table purposes Free 

Clothing, imported by and for 
use of army and navy, or for 
Canadian Militia. Dutiable ac- 
cording to material. Duty re- 
funded upon reference to De- 

liartnieiit 

Cloths, not rubbered or made 
wateriiroof, whether of wool, 
cotton, unions, silk or ramie, 
sixty inches or over in width 
and weighing not more tlian 
seven ounces to the sipiare 
yard, when imported exclu- 
sively for the manufacture of 
mackinlosli clothing, under 
regulations to be adojited by 

the (iovernor in Council 15 

I Coal, and Coal Dust, .Anthracite. Free 
Coal, bituminous slack, such as 
will iiass through a half inch 
screen, subject to regulations 
to be made by the controller 
of customs, 20 ])er (a'lit., but 
not to exceed l.'ic. jicr ton of 
20011 lbs. (being the eiiuivalent 
of l.'ic. per Ion of \l-liO lbs.), 
jjrovided thai if the I'.S. Con- 
gress fixes the duty on such 
slack coal at a rale not exceed- 
ing 15c. ipcr ton of 2240 lbs., 
then the duty on such coal 
imported into Canada, as pro- 
vided in this item, shall be the 



35 



[ 



I 



1900] 



CANADIAN TARIB'F OF CUSTOMS. 



69 



20 
20 



20 

25 
Free 

. 20 
Free 
Free 
20 
Free 
Free 
. 30 

25 

25 

35 
35 



. 35 
i- 
. Free 



f< c. ad iHtl. 
iiiiiiiiiuiiu 'liit.v on siuOi conl 
tr<pin all I'omil lii's, fiotwiili i 

staniliii;; M'cliiiri 17 of I his Act. | 

Coal, biluiiiiiioiis, roiiiKl iiiiil I'lin ' 

of mine, iinil imuiI ii.c.s., 53c,'. 
per Ion of •JliKi Uik. (liein),' the 
e(|uiv;ilenl of (inc. ]\itv ion of 1 
-l->in Ihs.), proviileil Hint if llie 1 

I'.S. Connivss l!\cs the iluly j 

on such coal at a rate nr)t e\- | 

ccediny 4llc. per 'on of 2lM() 
lliH., Ilu: (iovernor-in-('oMTicil | 

inaj hy jiroclamation i'e(lu(!e j 

the' "Inly nienlioiied in this 
i!ein to lOr. per Ion of 2240 
lbs. or the iMpii\alc!nl thereof 
]ier ton of 2i«lO Ihs., anil liic 
duly (lecliired by such jirocla- 
iiialion shall then be I he 
inininiiini duty on such coal 
from all connlrits, notwilh- 
siandin^' sect ion 17 of this Act. 

Coke Free | 

Coal Tar and Conl Fitch Kree | 

Cobalt, ore of Free I 

Cochineal Free 

t!ocoa Mats and Mattin;? 25 

Co<toai,uts, imported froiTi i)lace 

of jfrowth by vessel direct to a 

Canadian port. . . .5llc. per 100. 

Cocoanuts, not inii)orted direct, 

.*! per hundred. 

Cocoa I'as'teand Chocolate I'aste, 
Cocoas and Cocoa Uiitter, 4c. 

per. lb 

Cocoa Shells and Nibs. Chocolate 
and other preparations of 

co(!oa 20 

Cocoanut, desslcated, sweetened 

or not, ."i cents per poinid 

Cocoa Means, not roasted, 

crushed or Kround Free 

OolTee, (treen, n.e.s 10 

Coffee, (ireeii, imported diretrt 
from the country of ;;ro\vth 
and production, or purchased 
in bond in the Inited Kin;;- 
dom, such as niii;hl be entered 
for home consumiitioii in the 

I'nited Kiiifrdom Free 

Coffee roasted or >rround, when 
not imported direct from the 
country of u:rowtli and j)rodiic- 

tion, 2c. jier lb. and 10 

CotTee, roasted or u;round, and 
all imitations of and substi- 
tutes for, n.e.s.. 2 cts. j>er lb. 
Coffee, extract ot, or substitutes 
for, ot all kinds ..3 cts. per lb. 

CofTee and .Milk 30 

CotTee .Mills 3(1 

C/'otlins and (!:iskets, of any ma- 
terials and metal parts thereof 25 
Coins, .Silver (loins from the C..S. 30 
Coins, (Jold and Silver, except 

U.S. silver coins Free 

Coir and Coir Yarn Free 

Collars ot linen, cotton, celluloid, 

xylonite, or xyolite 35 

Collars, \iu-e collars 35 

Colloilioi' 20 

Coloirne water, alcoholic per- 
fumes, and pertumed sjiirits, 
bay rum. mikI lavetiiler uaters, 
hair, toolli and skin washes 
anil other toilet preparations 
cx)ntainin^: spirits of any kind, 
when in bottles ortlasks weiyh- 
inir not more than J o/,. each. . 5(i 
Wht'ii in bottles, flasks, or 
other packa^ies weinhiii^ 
more than f o/. each. .S2.40 

jier ;,'al. and .40 

Comlis, dress and toilet, all kinds 3.''i 
Combs, cmry I'ombs, as Sad- 
dlers' hardware 30 



V c. ad val. 

Commercial M-tk forms 35 

(^onnnnnioi! Plate imported hy 

and for use in (.'hurches Free 

Composition Metal for the maiiii- 

f'ctureof lilledj^'ld watch-cases. 10 
Compasses and chronometers for 

Hhips Free 

Composition Nails, S])ikes and 

■Sheathinjj Nails 15 

{'omposition Fuel, in blocks.... 20 

Concentrated I^ye 20 

Condensed Coffee 30 

Condensed Milk, HA cents per lb. 
Confectionery and Su>far Cand^', 

jc. per lb. iind 35 

Co))per, old and s(^rap in pi(fs, 
bars, rods, bolts, over t>'.s. feet 
in len^fth, in^'otsandsheathiv.jf 
not i)lanished or conie^l, and 
copper seamless drawn tubing Free 

Copper Wire 15 

Copper Rollers, for use m calico 
printinjf, when imported by 
i-alicc. printers for use in their 
fjictory In theiirintinj,' of calico 
and for no otlier purpose, such 
rollers not beiii}; manufactured 

in Canada Free 

Cojiper, in sheets, not planished, 

))olished, or coated Free 

Copper Hath, llnished 30 

Copjier.all manufactures of.n.e.s. 30 
Copper, i)recipitate of, crude ..Free 

Coi>i)eras, .Sulphate of Iron Free 

Copy Hooks 35 

(/"opyini; I'resses 30 

Cords and Tassels ot silk or any 

other material 35 

Cord.ajfe of all kinds 25 

Cordials (see Spirituous Liijuors) 

Corduroy, while 25 

colored 35 

Corn, Indian, n.e.s Free 

Corn, Indian, for i)ur|ioses of dis- 
tillation, subject to re};-ulatioiis 
to be ai>i>roveil by the (iover- 
nor in C'ouncil, 7ic. per bush. 
Cornmeal. incluiliii!!: the duty on 

the barrel 25c. per bbl. 

Corks and manufactures of Cork- 
wood or Cork-bark 20 

Cork-wood or bark, unmanufa. Free 
Cork.screws and Cork Drawers . . 30 

Cornice I'oles 30 

('orsets 35 

Corset clasps, busks, blanks and 
steels, and corset wires, tipped 

or UMlipped 35 

Cottolene. sub. for lard, 2c. p. lb. 

Cotton, raw Free 

Cottoii covered Wire 30 

Cotton Seed in bulk 10 

("otlon ')uck,j;re,\ or white, n.e.s. 22J 

Cotton (^llnlts , , , 30 

Cottoii Htltimr 20 

Cotton an t .lute Tapestry 35 

Cotton and Linen I>an)aslr.s 30 

Cottons, gvey or unbleached, 

fabrics 25 

Cotton fabrics, white or bleached 25 
Cottons, {''abrics, printed, dyed, 

or colored 35 

Cotton, Linen and Silk Clothiiijf, 
Corsets and other articles 
made from cotton fabrics , , , . 35 
Cotton Handkerchiefs, printed or 

plain 35 

(>)tton or linen shirts, cotton 
undershirts and drawers, 
knitted, and shirts of any 
material, ladies' ami misses' 

Mouses and sliirt waists 35 

Cotton wariis and cotton yarns, 

dyed or uiidyed, n.e.s. 25 

Cotton Yarns, number forty and 
finer Free 



19 c. ad val. 

Cottoii Lamp Wicks 25 

Cotton or Linen Collars 35 

Cotton Parasols and Umbrellas.. 35 

Cotton Prunella Free 

Cotton Pillow Cases 35 

(Jotton seamless hajfs. 20 

Cotton sewin^r thread, in liaiiks, 

three and six cord 15 

Cotton sewinjf tlirea<l, and crochet 

cotton on s^mxjIs or in lialls, . , . 25 
Cotton thread, all other, n.e.s .. 25 

Cottoii Twine 26 

Cotton Towels and shawls 30 

Cotton Velveteens, Cotton Vel- 
vets and Cotton I'lush 30 

Cotton Fire Hose, lined witli 

rubber 35 

Cotton waddiiiff, liattiinf, batts 

dyed or not 25 

Cotton warps and cottoii yarns, 

dyed or undyed, n.e.s. . . 25 

Cottons, .Jeans and Coiitiiies and 
sateens for corset and dress 
stay makers, for use in their 

factories 20 

Cottons, manufactures of, n.e.s.. 35 
Cotton Waste and Cotton Wool . . Free 

Cotton Seed Cake Free 

Cow Hair, unmanufactured .... Free 
Cow Hair manufactures, n.e.s. .. 20 

Cracked Corn and Wheat 20 

Cranberries, plums and quinces 25 

Crapes, black 20 

Crocus, Coinpositon 25 

Crocks, earthenware 30 

Crowbars 30 

Cream ot Tartar in Crystals .... Free 

Cream of Tartar, other, n.e.s 20 

Crucibles of Plumbago or clay . . Free 

Cucumbers 25 

Cuffs, of Paper, Linen, Cotton, 

Celluloid, Xylonite or Xyolite 35 
Cultivators and parts thereof ... 20 
Cups or other prizes won in 

bona fide competitions Free 

Curry Cards and Combs 30 

(,!urry Powders 25 

Curling stones '.i>ee 

Curtains, trimmed or untrimmef'i 35 
C-'iit'.ery : carvers, knives and 
'.orks of steel, butcher and 
table steels, oyster, bread, 
kitchen, cooks', butcher, shoe, 
farrier, putty, hackinsf, and 
fflaziers' knives, spatulas or 
palette knives, razors, erasers, 
or oflice knives, pen, pocket, 
pruning', sportsman and hunt- 
ers' knives, manicure files, 
si^i.ssors, trimmers, and bar- 
bers', tailors' and lamp shears, 
horse and toilet clippers, and 
all like cutlery, plated or not, 

n.o.p 30 

Cut Flowers 20 

DamaskofCotton, or 

linen 39 

Decalcomanie, or transfer pict's. 

15c. per 11). 
Deer, (glove leather) tanned or 

dressed, colored or not colored 10 

Deer Hair Free 

Degras Free 

Degr.as and Oleo-Stearine Free 

Dental and surgical instruments, 

and surgical needles (not 

being furniture) Free 

Diamonds, set 30 

Diamonds, unset, dust or bort, 

and black Diamondsfor borers. Free 
Diariiuiii; drills for prospecting 

for minerals, not to include 

motive power Free 

Dice, Ivory or bone, fancy 35 

Dofc's 20 



70 



CANAOIAX TAIIIKF OF CUSTOMS. 



!)()() 



^ r. ad val. I 
Doors, for safps and vaults, of 

iron or stt.'fl :f() 

l)rii;r<'ii'M Ulodd I'ViM' 

Driin tili's. not '^la/cd -id 

Drain i>iiH'.s,si"Ai'r|)iiH'S rliinnii'y , 

lininiis or \ ('Ills, and invcrteil i 

lil(K'ks«:la/,i'd or unyla/.i'd, and i 

cartlicnwari lik's 36 i 

Draughts and Cliussnion of I\or.v ' 

or liunt'. tancv Ilf) 

Drauiin;- I'aper, mounted .'in 

Dra\vin;;s, n.i'.H 'in 

Drii'il riowcrs •>^^ 

Driod Koots, ri.e.s Krue i 

Drii'd Vt'uctaliles '25 

Dru^ryots (dyud cotton) Ij'i 

Dniji-s, in a irudo state, nsctl in 

ilvi'in!,''or tannin,'- Free 

Dr.vi-rs, .lapan, inc. per j;al. and. "20 i 
Dualin, l>.\ iianiiti- (iiant Powder 

and Nilro, :;c. pir Hi. 
Du(H, rollon, yres or ^ liite, 

n.e.s .' 22i I 

Duck, for lieltini; and hose, wlien | 

ini])orted liy nifrs. of rnli')cr 
(jjoods for use in tlicir factories. Kree 

Diitcli .Metal or I'roii/.e -lit 

l)\o Wood, 1,'round logwood and 

fust ie Kree , 

Dye-i, j)alent pre|)are<l Kree } 

Dyes. Aniline, and eoal tar <lyes, i 

in liulk or i>acka,:jes of not less ' 

than 1 111. \vei«lir, includinir I 

alizarine and ariitieial ali/,a- 

rinc Kree 

Dy s,.\niline. n.e.s., less than nil. 'ill 

Dye, jet hl.ick Kree 

Dyeing- or TanniiiiT .Articles in a 
crude state, used in dyein;r or 
taiMiin.LT, n.e.s Kree 

Earth Closets ;jo 

Karthenwarc Tiles 3,') ' 

Karcheinvare Drain Tiles, not 
K'la/.ed 20 j 

Kar then ware and Stoneware j 

Deiniiohns or .luy:s, Cluirtie 
and (.'roi'ks 30 

Earthenware and Stonew.ire, 
lirown or col'd. ami Itockini;- | 

liain ware, white ifratiite. or 
iron stoneware and ('.(.'. ware, ' 

decorateil, ]irinte(l or s)ionifed, j 

and all earthenwaie ne.s... 3i/ | 

Ei^'.'.s :ic. per doz. 

Elastic III ilier Threacl Kree 

Electric ai d (iaUanic Batteries. 2') 

Electric liiirhts, aii|iaiatus, parts ' 

of, when inip.iiti'd seiiarately. 2,t 

Elec*;ro-plateil Waie. wholly or 
in part, electro or ^.'ill 30 

Electroiy|ies, Stereotypes, and ; 

eelluli'ids of new.<paper 
columns, in any lair/uatfe • 

other than I'riiiih and Knif- i 

lish, and of hooks and liases, 
and matrices and copper 
shells for the same, whether 
composed wholly or in part 
of ineial or celluloid Kree 

Electrotypes, Stereotypes, and 
celluloids f(ir almanacs, calen- 
dars, illusi ruled paniphl ;ts, 
ne^spaiier advertisements or 
eiura\ int,'-s, and all other i:ke 
work for commercial, trade (.r 
other imrposes. n.e.s. ; and 
matrices or cojiper shells of the 
saute, I ' c. pel' «(|. inch. 

Elect r"t\ pes,Stereoty)ies,aticicel- 
lulo'dsof newspaper columns, 
and bases for the same, con' 
|ios(.i| wliolly or p.irlly of met il 
or cclhdiiid . \r. |ier si|. in. , -.nd 
matrices or co|iper shells ot the 
same, Uc. )ier s(|. inch. 



V c lid vnl. 

Emh.ilminy; Hoards 30 

ICnihosscd I'aper, extra heav.v, | 

for cracked and <lamaj,'ed walls 35 

ICnihroiderics, n.e.s 3.^> ' 

Einliroidcrics, whili lion 'i.') 

Euier\ in liidk , I'rushed orffrouixl Kree 

Kmer.v and Sand I'aper 25 

Emery Wheels 26 I 

Euamelleil Iron Hollow-ware. .. . 30 ; 

Engines, Locomotives 36 

K.i;;'ines, I'ire 36 ' 

Kniiines, Kire, ("hemical 35 

EiiKdnes, steam, of ships or Other 
vessels hiiilt in an,\ foreij;n 

countr.N , etc 26 

Eni,diies, .ill others, and hollers, 1 

n.o.s 25 ' 

En:;ra\ ins;s and I'rints 20 

Eutonuilofi.N , specimens of Kree 

Envelopes, (laper, of all kinds. . . 36 

lOrnot Kree i 

Es)iarto, or Spanish (Jrass, and 
other grasses and pulp of. in- 
cludiii)jfanc.\y'rasses, dried, hut ' 

not colored or ntherwise mf'd.Kre. 
Essences or Extracts, mixed with 

si)irits .■S2.40 per I. (J., and 3() 

Essential (Mis 10 ' 

Ether, Sulphuric 2.'i 

Excelsior for I'pholsterers' use. . 26 
Extract of I, n-; wood, fustic, xik, 

and of o.di hark Kree 

Extract of .Malt, for me (iciiuil 

ami liakiiii; jnnposes, n.e.s.. .. -'h 
Extract (jf I'liiid lieef, not medi- 
cated, and s.iups •>6 

E\ eletsof lirass, .shdc Kree 

Eye iflasses, liiiished 3i) 

IOnc u^l.isscs, nnlinished, and 
metal parts thereof 20 

Fancy Grasses, <lrieit, hut not 

colored nor nthrrwise ml'd. ...Kree 
Kanc.v worklioxes, « ritinir desks, 
t^love - boxes, handkerchief 
boxes, manicure cases, per- 
fume cases, toilet cases and 
fancy cases for sm .kers' sets, 
and idi similar f.incy articles 
made of bone, shell, horn, 
ivory, \\<iod, le.ither, plush, 
satin, silk, satinetle. or i>aper ; 
dolls and toys of ,ill kinds, 
and t(iy whips, ornaments of 
alabaster, sp.ir, amber, terra 
cotta or compo-iilion statu- 
ettes and head ornaments 

n.e.s 36 

Kans, to be rated accor. to mat. 

Karina l.V'. per lb. 

Kashion ]il.ites. tailors", milliners' 

and mantle makers' Kree 

Ki'atherhone, jilain or covered, 

in coils 20 

Feathers, rndressed 2H 

Feathers, n.e.s 'M) 

Feather l!e<ls. Holsters and 

Pillows 30 

Kelt, jiro d of all kinds, not 
tilled or cuvered by or with 

any w o\ en fabrics 20 

Kelt, adhesive, for sheathinj; 

vessels Kree 

Kelt, iirinted as carpets 3ri 

Kelt lloolinu-, tarred or <'oated 26 

Kelt liootiny;, no* tarred 25 

Kelt Cloth, ii.e.s 36 

Kerro - manifanese and Kerro- 

silicon ,j 

Kertilizcrs, Compoundol cir 

Manufactured in 

I'Mbie, Mexican, Tampico or Fstle.Kree 
Kibre W.iie, indiMatedlibre w.ire, 
vulcanized libre u u'e and all 

articles of like material '-'6 

Fibre, ve;ret,ible Free 



V (•. (((/. ml. 

Fihrilla Free 

Kilberts 2 cents per lb. 

Kiles and |{as)is 30 

Killels of Cdtton and Kiiliber not 
exeeediny 7 inches wide, for 
mamifactureof card clothin^^, Kree 

Firearms 311 

File Hi Icks, for use in processes 
of manufactures, or for inanu- 

fact iirinn' purposes Free 

Fire brick, n,e.s 20 

Fire Clay (jfas lo};s 2(( 

Fire (,'lay j;as retorts 20 

Fire Cla.v crucibles Free 

Fire Clay Free 

Fire Works of all kinds 26 

Kire llosc, of cotton or linen, 
lined with rubber, or of rulther 35 

Kire Dou's, iron 30 

Kish Skins and tlsh otfal Free 

Kish. — .Mackerel, fresh, Ic, p. lb. 
llerriiiu's, I'ickled or Salted, 

I, cent. Iter lb, 
Salmon, pickled ov salted, Ic. 

per lb, 
Salimin, I'lish, n.e.s., Jc. per lb. 
All other Fish, pickled or salt- 
ed, in bills Ic. per lb. 

Foreiu'ii <'auyht tisli, imiiorted 
otherwise than in libls. or 
half hills., whether fresh, 
dried, salted or pickled, 
n.e.s , ,'in cents per 100 lbs. 
.Smoked and lioneless Fish, 

1 cent per lb. 
AnclKjviesand Sardines, pack- 
ed I" oil or otln rwise, in tin 
boxes, me:'.surin;.' not more 
than 6 in. loni;, 4 in, wide, 
and 3A in. deep.., ')C. per box. 
In half lioxes, measuring not 
more tli.in 6 in. lontr, 4 in. 
wide, and 1 i dei'p, 2.i<'. per 
half box. 
In (juarter boxes, ineasuriii); 
not more than 4 j in. loii|if, 
'St, in. wide, and 1^ deep, 2c. 
per ipiarler liox 
Imported in anv other form. .. 30 
Fish pieserveil in oil, except 

Anchov ies and Sardines ..,. 30 
Salmon and all other lish Jire- 
pared or preserved, includ- 

lii;;' o.v sters, n.e.s 26 

Oysters shelled in bulk, 10 

cents pi;r ;ral. 
Ovsters, canned, in cans not 
over one pmt, 3 ceiit-i per 
can, including' the <'ans. 
Oysters in cans, over one pint 
and not over one (piart, iiv 
per can includin;;- cans. 
Oysters in cans exceedini; one 
i|t., 6c. for e.ich i|t or frac- 
tion of .a i|t., includiiii;' the 
cans, 6c. per (piart. 

0.\ sters in the shell 26 

Oysters Seed anil Hreediny 
iinporte<l for the puriwise of 
beiiiy: jilanted in Canai...iii 

waters Free 

Kacka'.a-s containini.' <J,v -ters 
Qi' ..ther I'isli, not otherwise 

prov ided for 26 

I Oils, spermaceti, whale and 

other lish oils, and all other 

j articles the produce of the 

lisheries, n.e.s 20 

' Kish hooks, for deep sea or lake 

; lishiuH, not smallei- in size 

; than number 2'0 ; bank, co 1, 

pollnck.ind mackerel h>lil''' .-s; 

ami mackerel, herrlnj,, ;i.in, 

seal, seine, mullet, net and 

I trawl twine in hanks or coil, 

! harked (ir not, in variety of 



[1!»00 



(III. nal, 
... Free 
r II). 
.... ;)() 
r not 
for 
iiif.'-.Kree 
. . lid 

t'SSl'S 
(Ulll- 

— Free 
.... 2(1 
.... •2(1 

'>n 

.... I''ree 
.... Free 
.... 25 

IIIOII, 

l>l)i!r 3fi 
.... 30 

— Free 
>. II). 
Itfd, 

1. Ic. 

LTll). 

rtiilt- 

ur 11). 
orted 
s. or 
rewh, 
klcMl, 

) II)H. 

Fish, 

pink- 
II tin 
icuire 
wide, 
r box. 
not 
4 ill. 
•. per 

luriiifj 
loiitf, 
P, -^e. 

rill. . . 30 
xccjit 

s .. . . Ml 
1 pre- 
u'liid- 

2") 

Iv, IC 

18 not 
ts per 

R pint 
It, ;,f 

tf one 
r frac- 
ii tlie 



edinn- 
o.sc of 
a<...in 



1900] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



71 



Free 



vsters 
•rwise 

L'' iu'ul 
other 
}f till' 

r lakii 
1 size 
, col, 
r-.s; 
lion, 
L and 
r coil, 
vty of 



2(1 



%* c. ad vc. 
»\/,en and (hreadH, including 
^illin^' thread in halls, and 
head ropes, harked marline, 
aii<l ii(t( iiiorselM of col (on, 
hemp or Max, a;iil ileej) seu 
fishing netti or seines, v, liun 
used exclusively for thi! tlsh- 
eries, and not to include hooks, 
lines or nets commonlN used 

for s|)ortsnien'8 purposes Free 

Trawls, irawlinj; spoons, Hy 
hooks, sinkers, swivels, and 
sportsmen's tishiiii;; halt, and 

fish hooks, li.e.s HO 

Fish Hooks, li.e.s 'M) 

Fisli Nets, sportsmen's 30 

Fishing llods 30 

Fishing' Hooks, with Flics 30 

Flajfstoiies, dressed 20 

Flatfstoiies, not hammered or 

chiselled 1;") 

Flannels, of every description, 

n.e.s. (wool) 35 

Flax, flhre Free 

Flax, tow of Free 

Flax Seed Free 

Flax Sail Twine 5 

Flax, iiianiifactures of, n.e.s. .. . 25 
Flint, tliiits and ground Hint 

stones Free 

Floor Karthenware Tiles 35 

Florist Stock, viz., jialms, bulbs, 
corm«, tubers, rhizomes, aru- 
caria, spireu, and lilies of the 

\ alley Free 

Flour, Buckwheat or Meal, ic. 
per 11). 

Flour, of Corn Uo. per lb. 

Flour of live, 50c. i)er bl)l., in- 

cludint? the duty on the l)bl. 
Flour of Wheat, "tJOc. per bbl., 
inchidiiit; the duty nn the bl)l. 

Flour of Rice or Sajjo 25 

Flutiii(f Machine, Iron 30 

Fly I'aper 35 

Fly books and jiarts thereof, 

ii.o.p 30 

Fo(f Siirnals, dbtonatin).^ 30 

Folding Machines' 10 

Folia Dijfitalis Free 

Food, Milk, and all similar jirep. 30 
Foot (irease, ref;ise of cotton 
seed, but not when treated 

with alkalies Free 

Forks, knife blades or blanks, 
table, cast iron, in the rouj^li, 
not hatidled nor ground, or 
otherwise further niaiiiifac- 

tured 10 

Fossils Free 

Fowls, domestic, pure bred, also 
H(>inin<; or messeiiirer ))iKeoiis, 
pheasants and ipiails tor im- 
provement of stock . . Free 

Fowls, other 20 

Frames, I'lasps and Fasteners, 
for purses and chatelaine bans 
or reticules, not iiio.e than 7 
' inches in diameter, when im- 
ported by the iiiHiiiifaclurers 

of same in their tactories "20 

Frintfes 35 

PVuit Syrups, l.inie-juice, and 

fruit juices, n.o p 20 

Fruits (iried, dessicated, or evap- 
orateil, Apples, Dales, Figs, and 
other dried fruits, etc., n.e.s. . 26 
Fruits, dried. Raisins, Currants, 

and Prunes, 1 ct. per lb. 
Fruits, Bananas, plantains, pine- 
aiiples poiiieirraiiatey, (ji'iivas, 
mantfoes, and shaddocks ; wiUl 
blueberries, strawberries, and 
raspberries and trees, n.e.s.. .Free 
Fruits, ;;reen, (irapes, '.^p. per lb. [ 

Fruits, Oreeti, Blackberries, 



ll c. ait val. 
Ooose berries, Uiis)>berrie8, 
Strawberries, Cherries, and 
(Jnrranis, The wei),dit of the 
pa(^kii({e to be inchuled in the 
weiuhlforduty, 2c. peril), n.e.s. 

Fruits in airtight cans or other 
packages, 'fhe weiKhl of the 
caiiii oriiacka^cs to i)eini^luded 
in ;h(' weijfht for dut.\ , 2i cl». 
per Ih. 

Fruits preserved in brandy and 
other s|>irits *2.on per I.O. 

Fuller's Karth, in bulk Free 

Fuller's Karth, preiiared 30 

Furniture, of wooil, iron or any 
other material, for house, 
cabinet or olf'ce, tin. or in pans, 
iiioludiiiK hair and spriiii.; and 
o! tier mattresses, liolsters and 
pillows 30 

Fur Skins, of all kinds, not 
dressed in any manner Free 

Fur .Skins, wholly or partially 
dressed, n.e.s 15 

Fur hats, caps, muffs, tipjiets, 
capes, coats, cloaks and other 
manufactures of fur 30 



Galvanized Nails and 

Spikes, wrou^h*, and i)re.ssed, 30 
Oalvanized sheet iron, number 

IT f^auj^e and thinner 5 

Galvanic Batteries 25 

Game 20 

Gannister Free 

G;us and Coal Oil, or Kerosene 
Fixtures, or parts thereoi .... 30 

Gas Coke Free 

Gas Meters 3.i 

Gas, for ilentists and others 20 

lielathie 25 

Gentian and Ginseii}; Root Free 

German spirits of nitrous ether 
(pweet iiitre),.*;'J.40j)er imperial 

frallon, and 30 

German and Nickel Silver, nianu- 

fi'ctures of, not plated 25 

German and Nickel Silver, plated 

II. e. 8 30 

Geniiaii .Silver, and Silver in 
sheets, iiii{ots, blocks, bars, 
strips or ))lates, unmanufac- 
tured Free 

Giant powder, dualin, dyiianiite 

and other explosivii 3c. per lb. 

(tillintf Twine, imported for the 

use of the tisheries Free 

Gillini; Twines, linen thread.... 25 

Gilt ware, of all kinds 30 

(4i:i. See S])irituous Liquors. 

(tinker. Preserved . 30 

(Jlacier, window decorations, 15c. 

jier lb. 
Glass, oriiameiited, fitrured, .and 
enonielled colored iflass; ]iaint- 
ed and vitriPed ylass ; tlfjured, 
enamelled and obscured white 
({lass ; and rough rolled plate 

Kla«» 30 

GlasH Stained Windows 30 

Glass, Carboys and Demijohns, 
emjity or tllleil bottles and de- 
1 canters, flasks anrl phials . . 30 
' Glass Jars mid Glass Bidls, Lamp 
Chiming s. Glass .Shades or 
I Globes, cut, pressed or niould- 
, ed, ('r\stal or Glass Table- 
ware, decorated or not, and 

' Blown Glass Tableware 30 

1 Glass, l,ain)i, (ias and Klectrie 
Lijflit Shades, Lanipsand Lamp 
Chimneys, side litrbts and head 
li^rhts. Globes for Lanterns, 
Lamps,Gas and Klectrie Li^'hts, 

n.e.s 3fl 

01a.ss bulbs (or electric lights. . . 10 



f c. ltd val. 
Glass, common and colorlcsH 
I window ulass ; and plain color- 
I ed, iitained, tinted or mullletl 

glass in sheets 20 

I Gliiss, imitation porcelain shades, 
aiicl colored glass shades, 
figured, painted, enamelled or 

engraved 30 

Glass and einery jiajier, sand and 

I Hint iiaper . . .' 25 

I (Jlass, plate, not bevelled, in 
I sheets or panes, not exceeding 

2.') sipiarc ft. each, ii.o.p 25 

(■lass, plate, not bevelle<l, in 

sheets or panes, n.e.s 35 

! Glass, plate, bevelled, in sheets 

I or panes, n.o.p ,'J5 

Glass, (ieriiitui looking ghiHS, un- 

silvered or for silvering 20 

GIu.ss, silvered, bevelled or not, 

and framed or not 35 

Glass, all other, and manufac- 
tures of, n.o.p., including bent 

plate glass 20 

Glaziers' hacking and putty 

knives '. 30 

Gloves and Mitts, of all kinds.. 35 

Glove fasteners, metal Free 

Glue, stieet, broken sheet and 

ground 26 

(line, li(|uid 25 

Glucose and (ilucose Synip, Jc. 
per 11). 

Glycerine 20 

Gl\ Celine, when iini>orted by the 
manufacturers of ex olosl'es 
for use in the ma- Ufa. 'nre 
thereof in tlieii own f ctories. 10 
Goat Hair, uiiiiianuf.artiued . ..Free 
Gold Beaters' moulds and skins Free 
Gold Laces, Gold and Silver 

Cloth or Thread 30 

I Gold and Silver Bullion, in Bars, 
Blocks or Ingots, and Bullion 

I Fringe Free 

I Gold and Silver Ware, plated, 

n.e s 30 

Gold Medals 30 

Gold and Silver leaf, and Dutch 

or schlag metal leaf 25 

Gold an I Silver, manufactures 

of, n.e.s 30 

Gongs for doors, as bells 30 

Gooseberry hushes 20 

Grafting Stock. (See Seedling 

Stock) Free 

Grape Vines 20 

Grain, of .all kinds when dani- 
!i4fed by water in transitu (on 

.ojiuraised value) 20 

Orajiite Ware, Knainelled Iron 

Ware 35 

Grass, Manilla and Sea Grass. . .Free 

Grass, manufactures of, n.e.s 20 

Gravels Free 

Grease, rough, the refuse of ani- 
mal fat, for the niamifacture 

of soap an<l oils only Free 

Grease, Axle 25 

Grease, Foot, refuse of cotton 
seeil after oil is jiresseil out, 
but not when treated by .alka- 
lies Free 

Grease, other, r.e.s 20 

O'indstones, not mounted, and 
not less th.aii 36 inches in 

di.ameter 15 

Grindstones, n.e.s 2.") 

Grindstone Fixtures 30 

Guano, and other animal and 

vegetable manures Free 

0^«nis,.\iiiber. Arabic, Australian, 
l''.Iemy Copal, Daiiiar, Kiiurie, 
M:istic, Sandarac. Senegal, and 
Shell.ic ; an<l White Shellac in 
gum or tlake, for manufactur- 



i 



72 



CANADIAN TAUII'K OK CUSTOMS. 



[1900 



ft c. ad 9al. 
iiiK )>urpo8«8 ; ami (itini 'I'ra- 
(fMi'mith. (iiiir. (U-itdu Mini (iiiiii 

Miiriri'iTv I''r('e 

(iiiiii, lifihsh, Di'xlfii (', Si/.iny- 

Ciiiiiii ami Kriamcl .ii/.iiiu. . 1" 
(iuiii. sai>i)ut() ami cliicli' '. nitli'. Frt'i' 
(tinii <i|ijinii, iioudcrcil, )jil.:Ui 

|>i'i' 111. 
liiiiii ii|>Mim, )>n'i>ar('(l for siimk 

iiii:. •■' i I'lT 111. 
Ciiiiii, i>tiiimi ((Iruu), i^I yvr Hi. 
Ouins. Ansafa-ti'la, I 'aiiiplior ami 

othi'iH in a imuiIc stati', ii.r.s . I'ri'c 
(JiiTi)in«(K'r, < lull, Uitlc,.'^)iortiny, 

('.iiimiii ami .Musket, t aiiislt'r, 

;!('. )ifi' 111. 
(JuiiiniwcU'r, lilasfiiij; ami iiiiii- 

iiu, l! centi* (lor Hi. 

Onus, liillcs ami .Muskft.s HO 

Out, ami Worm (;ut, luaiiufac- 

tiiri'il or umiiainifactiircil, for 

whi]i and otlier cord Free 

Gutta I'l'rcha clotliiiii; or cloth- 

ini; iiiadi' wati-rproof with 

tiutta IVri'lia U.'i 

0\itta I'l'rclia, criidf Free 

O-.ltta I'l'vlia, iiiaiif. of -jri 

Oyiisuin, crude (sulphate of linie)Free 

Hair, cleaned or imcleaned. but 
not curled or otherwise manu- 
factured free 

Hair linisli ]iads Free 

Hair, horsehair, not furiher man- 
ufactured ih.iii siniiil.v cleaned 
and (liiiped, or clycd, iniporled 
\'\ inamifaciurers ot haircloth 
for use ill the nianutactiire of 
such articles in their own 

factories Free 

Hair, curled '20 

Hair ('loth of all kinds 30 

Hair Mattresses 30 

Hair, nianufact'ires of, n.e.s. . 3:i 
Hair oils, Pomatums and Piustes, 
and all other iierfumeil ]irep- 
arations used for the li.iir, 

mouth and skin . 30 

Hair Tins an<l jiiiis manufactured 

from any metal 30 

Hammers, HIacksmith Hammers. 30 

Hammers, other, n.e.s 3(i 

Hamnioeks and lawn tennis nets 
and other like articles manii- 

facturecl of I wine, n e.s 30 

Hams, salted, dried or smoked, 
and meats, n.e.s., 2 cts. yivr lb. 
Harness and saddlery of every 
descriiition, and parts of same 30 

Hatchets, n.e.s 30 

Hat Hoxes 30 

Hats, ea|is and bonnetH, n.e.s. . . . 30 
Hatters' bands, bi-idinifs.tiiisand 
sides, lining-.-, both lilis and 
sides, hat sweats, when iiii- 
jiorted by hat manufacturers 
for use in their fact<iries in the 

manufacture of hats Free 

Hatters' plush, of silk or cotton, 

and furs, not on the skin Free 

Hay ■^2 jier ton. 

Hemlock, Hark, crude Free 

Hemp Paper, m .de on four- 
cyl'iider machines and calen- 
dered to between .imO and .008 
inch thickness, for manufac- 
ture of shot shells, (irimers for 
the manufacrure of shot shells 
and cartridges and felt hoard, 
sized and hydraulic jiressed 
and covered with jiaper or 
uncovered for the manufac- 
ture of f^iin-wai' !, when such 
articles are inij irted by the 
inamifacttirers of shot shells, 
C-artridjres, and t'loi-wads to 



Tfl 1 . r(,/ i>at. I 
he used for these piirpoHPH I 

only in tnt'ir own factories; 
until such time as the sidd 
Hilicles are manufactured in 
Caiiad.i ; pr(i\ ided al'Aavs ib.ii 
the said articles w hen imported 
shall be entered oiilv at such I 

porl or ports as may be ii.imed | 

liy the Controller ot Customs i 

and at no other place , . , , .Free 

Hemp undressed Free ' 

Ileinp, manufactures of, n.e.s , . 'J.'i 
Hickory .Spnkes, roiiirh turned, 
not tenoned, mitre<l, throat- 
ed, faced, sized, cut to length, 
round tenoned or polished ..Free 
Hides, raw v Mier dried, salted 

or pickled Irt e 

Hoh Nails 30 

1 1 ocH 2r) 

Holly 20 

lloiniiiy, in hbls., l',"] cts. per bbl. 
Honey, in the comb or other- 
wise, and idulterationsand imi- 
tations thereof . . ,3 cts. per lb. 
Hoofs, horns and horn ti|is .... Free 
Hoop.skirts.v similar coods. n.e.s. 3.'i 
Hops, 11 cents per lb. 

Hop extract and ho]i roots "20 

Horn Striiis Free 

Horse clothintr. sha|ied, n.o.)) .. 3,i 
Horse clot hiiii,' of .jute, shaped or 

otherwise nianufacturcd 30 

Horses, II e.s '20 

Hosiery, of Silk H."". 

lloii-se Furnishing Hardware, 
rated aceoidinir to material. 
Hubs, rouu'li hewn or sawn only. Free 

Hymn Hooks Free 

Hy<lrants,\'alves and Water^ates 
(iron) 30 

Ice Free 

Ice Hoxes 30 

lUumii.atintr Oils, composed 
wholly or in ]iart of the jiro- 
diicts if petroleum, coal, shale 
or lii,'nite, costing more tlian 

3if('. per K'l'l S.") 

Incense '20 

Indian Corn, n.e.s. . . .• Free 

Indian Corn, for |nirposes of dis- 
tillation. ~k cents per bush. 
Indian Corn .\;eal, '^.'ic. per bbl. 
Indiant orii and Corn .Meal, w ben 
damaired by water in transitu 

on ap])r.iised value "20 

India Kuhber Hoots and Shoes 
aiwl other manufactures of 

Indi.i Hubher, n.e,s 2t 

India Hubber Clothing'', or cloth- 
ing' made waterjiroof with 

India Uubber, n,e,s 3fi 

India Rubber Hose, Heltinjj;, 
Packiny, Mats and MattiiiLf, 
and Cotton, and Miien Hose, 

lined with rubber 3."i 

India Rubber, unmanufactured. Free 
India Rubber, Cruile and Hard 
Rubber in sheets, lp\it not fur- 
ther inamifactureil, and re- 
covered Hubher ami Rublier 

.substitute Free 

Imliiro Free 

Indiu^o Auxiliary or Ziiu; Dust .. Free 
Indie-o Paste and Kxtraet of . . . . Free 

Infants' Food, all kinds 3(1 

Ink, for writinu' "20 

Ink, for priiitin;r 20 

Inkstands, n.e.s 30 

Insect Powder, n.e.s 20 

Insulalors of ;ill kinds 2ri 

Iodine, crude Free 

Iodine, resublimed 20 

Iris, ( Mris Root Free 

Isiimlass 2ri 



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Iron Sand or Olohiiles and l>ry 

Putty, for polishiin;' trranite . Free 
li'oii Liipioi, solution of acetate 
of iriiii tor du'iiit' and calico 

pi iiitiii^; , Free 

Iron, ( »xide of, dry 'Itt 

I Hon iV STKI-II, iNS MA.NdKAL'. OK: — 

Adzes m 

AnchorH Free 

AiiK'les, rolled iron or steel 
an(,'les. tees, bea lis. cliaii 
iiels, u'irders.and other rolled 
sha|ies or sect'ons, \\eii;hinK' 
less than .'ta lbs, |iei' lineal 
yard, not punched, <.' illecl or 
furt' r maiiui.i ore than 
roll '.o.)' . , '0 p. ton. 

\n({!es I'ldcii t ' : 11 '-t I an- 
liCloj, ' t -, 'i: HoiH cnannel, 
JoistM, :M>dctv, /,v •'■ Mtars or 
olii.M' r- >Mi'd sii.inew, or 
troiiith, ' '' i<i, lnii;b,x or 
structurid rolled se-i'' -or 
Hhapcs, not punched, oril d 
or further niaiiufactnred 
than rolled, n.e.s., and flat 
evebar blanks not punched 
or drilled 10 

Anjfles for iron or composite 
ships or vessels Free 

\xes, sc> tlies, si<'kles or reap 
ill;,' hooks, liav or straw 
knives, hoes, rakes, pronged 
forks, snaths, farm, road or 
Held rollers, jpost-hole dii;- 
irers and other nyriciiltiiral 
iniplemcnts. n.e.s 2.1 

Adzes. Hatchets, and Haiii- 
iners, n.e.s 30 

Axle,., sprimrs and parts there- 
of, axle burs and axle blanks 
of iron or steel, for railwav 
o'' tr.ini\Mi.\ or other vehi- 
cles, not elsewhere specitied. 3,'i 

HtUances 30 

Bars, Crowbars 30 

Har Iron orsteel, rolleil, wheth- 
er in coils, rods, bars, or 
bundles, comiirisinu' rounds, 
ovals, scpiares, and flats, and 
rolled shajies, n.o. p.; and 
rolled iron or steel hoop, 
bami, sc-roU or strip, eiirbl 
inches or less in width. So. 
18 piiii^e or thicker, n.e s., 
?T Jier ton. 

Harbed Wire Felicint,' of iron 
or steel, and hiicklhorn strip 
leiiciny 15 

Holler tubes of wrought iron or 
steel, includiii),' corruiraled 
tubes or flues for marine 
boilers .fi 

H<.lts with or without threads 
or nuts, and bolt blanks, 
washers and rivets. T and 
strap liini;es. Jc. per lb. and •.tit 

How Is for ( 'ream Separators, 
steel Free 

Hridije plates of steel, univer- 
sal mill or rolled edue. w hen 
iiiipoiicd b\ nianufaeturers 
of lirid;,'es ,' 10 

Hridyes, iron and steel, or 
parts thereof, iron or steel 
strncturid work, columns, 
shaoi-s or sections, drilled, 
punched, or in any further 
sta^re of maiiuf.iclure than 
as rolled or cast, n.e.s 3") 

(,'ttiiarta jilates . . .5 

Cast Iron Sio\es of all kinds, 
oil, ;;as, coal or wood, Plates. 
Stove Plata's and Irons, .Sad 
IroiH, Hatters' Irons, Tailors' 
Irons 2,0 



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('MtintTH, i/tinr, ii.e.n,, iron ar 

ttnel ill I he f'ljcU .25 

Chain ) races, irori 30 

Chainti, coil cliain 'oil clmt/i 
link*, and rluiiii Mlia<Hes, of 
iron or .■4t(>(! ,)>. of an i«oh 

ill dittiin'tcr .m<i .ver « 

ChaiiiM, other, n c .-< }f/0 

(MiroiiK ^' ■■('! i\ 

Cihik :i)»riiij<'H ... 2S 

Crt^wltors . . K': 

Cnioilile ciurt hUw\ wire . . .Fn 
(Vucil)le .sheet Steel, 1 1 U) 16 
Kau^e, 'ilj to 1 1 in. wide, 
when iinpo'' ••' ' ma;; ifar 
turers oi .n.jwer and reaiHff 
knivuH for t,hc nuinufiu-tiire 
of »iieli knivei) in t,heir own 

factoricH Free 

Enjfines, Locomotive Hfi 

Kiiicineg, Steam Kinfines, boil- 
ers, ore cruHliers ard lock 
criisliers, .stamp mills. Cor 
iiisli and helled rolls, rock 
drills.ali I'oiiiprcsHois.craiies, 
derricks, percii.ssion coal cut- 
ters, pumps, ii.e.s.. wind- 
mills, hors(^po^^ ei'.s, porlahle 
•ii>;ilies, threshers, separa- 
tors, fodder or feed cutters, 
potato dit;(;ers, (jriiiii crush- 
ers, faniiim;' mills, hay 'cd- 
ders, farm wagons, slot mu- 
chiiies and l.vpe wrilers, 
and all inachinery composed 
wholl.\ or ill part of iron ( 

steel, ii.o.]i 25 

Fencing, liuckthorn and Strip, 
iron or steel, and woven wire 

fenciinr iU 

Ferro-sili(jon,ferro-man(; wiese, 

and H|iiet,'eleiseii 5 

Files and Hasps, li.e.s 30 

Filrti, Steel, for the maniifa<i- 
ture of, when imported by 
file maiiufaetiirers for use 

in their factories Free 

Fire KiiHiiies and tire extiii- 
truishiiiir iiiachiiics.includiiifr 
sprinklers for tire protection. Sft 
Vish I'lates, Kailw'y Fish I'lates 

and Tie I'lates, l*h jier ton. 
Flat sprint; steel, steel hillels 
and steel axle liars, when 
imported hy maiiiifactiirers 
of carriaije springs and car- 
riajfc axles for use exclusive- 
ly ill the manufacture of 
spriiitfs and axles for carri- 
ajjes or veliiclcs other than 
railway or I raiiiway, in their 

own factories I'Vee 

Flatsteel wire, of No. Kifrauffe 
orthinner, when imported hy 
the manulaeturers of crino- 
line or corset wire and dress 
stays, for use in the manu- 
facture of such articles in 

their own factories Free 

Forkdnifs of iron and steel, of 
whatever shape or si/e, or in 
whatever staire of manufac- 
ture, li.e.s. , and steel shaft- 
imr, turned, comiircssed or 
polislied,and hammered iron 
or steel liars or shajies, 11.0. p. ,S0 
Forks, table, oawt iron, and 
knife bl.ades or blanks, not 
handled nortfround or other- 
wise further nianufa/Ctured. . 10 
F'lirniture of any material. . . 30 
Gahanized iron or steel wire. 
No. !•, ri and lliiranjfe, after 

,lamiary 1st, 18!)8 Free 

(iarden Rakes, Hay Knives, 
Scythes, Hakes, n.e.s.,prona;- 



V e. ad. vttl. 
ud Forlw of all kinds and 

I huCH 2& 

I Hinges, T and St rap, and HiiiKe 

' wink, |f per Ih. and •i.'i 

Hollow war? .i>calc, (granite o; 
enaiMclled iron or sli A liol 

low -ware ail 

1 Ko'low-waf" enamelled irou or 

I ' .arc, n. e. ->.; nlain, 

' iiii:''l .r cO»M'(i, ami 

HICK' 'id.iiumii.' < kitchen 

or ' /wsehold h<>l. .'v ware, 

n c.s. . . .HI 

I HoniC tihoe*, <«nd Itorae nhoe 

I nails ;«<) 

Hooi> Iron nr .xc ■•.hik; 1/Uree 

eiKliths (»f an itxih in width 

i and UeiuK No. 26 g»>>Ke or 

' thinner, xiar i for tn« nianu- 

I factiire of tubular riv«t«. Free 

Iron a*id munufiu'tures of, or 

part iron or part .steel, n.e.s. .'JO 
Iron in |ii«s, iron keiifledi;e. 
j and cast .s(Tap iron, #ri.r,() 

i per ton. 

' Iron .>Iast>«for ships, orparts of Free 

Iron or .Steel Beams, Slieets, 

I'lates, An^rles and Knees, 

j for iron or coinpositc ships 

i or veSHcls ; and iron, steel or 

I bra.ss manufacture of a class 

not nianiifacturcd i , ' 'anada, 

for use in t he (!onsl ruction of 

shijis or ves.sels Free 

1 Iron or steel tittinns for iron or 

steel liipe, of every (lescrip- 

\ tioii, and chilled iron or steel 

j rolls 30 

I Iron or steel ingots, consred 
1 inifols, blooms, slabs, billets, 

puddled bars, and loops or 
other forms, n. o. p., less 
finished than iron or steel 
bars, but more ailvanced 
than pitf iron, except cast- 
iiiifs, .*'J per ton. 
Iron or steel railway bars or 
rails of any form, punched 
or not imnched, n.e.s., for 
railways, which term for the 
purposes of this item shall 
include all kinds of railways, 
street railw.ays and tram- 
ways, even althoii^fh the 
same are used for private 
purposes only, and even al- 
thouKh they are not used ■ r 
intended to be used in -i - 
neotion with the liusine'- of 
common carryiiiff of goods 

or passengers .SO 

Iron or steel scrap, wrought, 
lieing waste or refuse, in- 
cluding punchings. cuttings 
or clii>piiigs of iron or steel 
iilates or sheets having been 
III actual use; crop ends of tin 
plate bars, or of blooms, or 
of rails, the sai.it. not lia\ ing 
been in actual use .*lpcrton. 
Nothing shall be deemed 
scraji iron or scrap steel ex- 
cejit waste or refuse iron or 
steel fit only to be re-manu- 
faetiired in rolling mills. 
Iron, wrought iron or steel 
nuts and w.ashers, iron or 
steel rivets, bolts with or 
without threads, nut and 
liolt and hinge blanks, n.e.s. 
and T and strap hinges, :[(\ 

per lb. and 25 

Knife Blades or Knife Blanks 

in the rough 10 

Knives, Heapers and Mowers' 
Knives 20 



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Locks 30 

Locoinotixp and Car Wheel 
Tires of Steel, in the rough. Free 

Manufa( 'iire(l articles of iron, 
brass or steel which at the 
time if their importation 
are ot a oloss or kind not 
nianufac'iired in 1 anada, 
imported for use in the con- 
strue' •! or ei|uipincnt of 
sjhi' , .jr vessels Free 

Kttnutactiires, Articles, or 
Wares not s|)eciully eiujnier- 
»ted or provided for, com- 
posed wholly or in )iart of 
iron or steel, and whether 
(lartlv or wholly nianiifact'd. 30 

Mattocks " 30 

'Wining, snicliiiigand reducing 
niachiner\ , viz., coal cutting 
machiiies except percussion 
coal cutters, coal heading 
machines, coal augers anil 
rotary coal drills, core drills, 
miners' safely lamps, coal 
washing niai'liincry, coke- 
making niacliincry, ore dry- 
ing machinery, ore roasting 
machinery, electric or mag- 
netic machines for separat- 
ing or (concentrating iron 
ores, blast furnace water 
jackets, converters for metal- 
lurgical )ir(icesscs in iron or 
coiijier, briipictte making 
machines, ball and rock 
emerv grindiiig niachines, 
cojiper iilates, platc(l or not, 
machinery tor extraction of 
precious metals by the chlor 
illation o.' cyanide proces.ses 
monitors, giants and eleva- 
tors for hydraulic mining, 
amalgam safes, automatic 
ore sain) ilers. automatic feed- 
ers, jigs, classifiers, separa- 
tors, retorts, buddies, va •- 
ners, mercury pumps, pyro- 
meters, bullion furnaices, 
amalgaiii cleaners, gold min- 
ing slime tables, blast 
furnace blowing engines, 
wrought iron luhiiig, butt 
or la)i welded, t invaded or 
coupled or not, not less than 
2J inches diameter, when 
imported for use exchisivcl.\ 
in mining, smelting, reduc- 
ing or refining Free 

Nails and Spikes, wrought and 
pressed. Horseshoe Nails, 
trunk, clout, coojs-rs', cigar 
box, Hungarian, and all 
other Wrought Nailtn. n.e.s., 
and Horse. MuleorOx Shoes. 30 

Nails, cut Nails and Spikes of 
iron or steel, including rail- 
ro.ad spikes. Ac. j>er lb 

N.ail Hods, Swedisli rolled 
iron, under ' in. in diamet*r. 
for the manufacture of borne 
shoe nails and Swedish 
rolled steel rods, under A in. 
in diameter 15 

N.'vils. comiiosition, spikes and 
shoatiiing nails 15 

Nails, wire, of all kinds, n.o.p. 
?c. per lb. 

Name I'lates. enamelled 30 

Needles, steel, viz.. Cylinder 
Needles, Hand Frame Need- 
les .ind Latch Needles, and 
needles of an\ material or 
kind ,' 30 

Picks, mattocks, adzes, hatch- 
ets, and eyes or poles for 



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Nitliie, Hiid toolx ol nil iIin 
i'ii|itii)iiM, Men yt( 

Fipi'H, Ciint il'KIl lit I'VlTV lloH- 

i'i'i|iilon, .•:;« (HT toil. 
Pliuiitii; Mills mill partM of, in 

iiii.v stayi' of in.iiiilfiic'tliri'. .. "J.i 
I'liilt'H, SiTaiKT riati'i* ;)() 

I'liitfw I'liifl'iiviMl nil Htl'i'l iO 

riiitcs, Sti'i'l riatiH, 111 'I U-Hit 
tliiiii M) iiiclics wide ami not 
lesM than \ of an inch thiik. Id 

riouiih I'littc, mould ImurdH, 
and lariil Hides, and oihcr | 
plales for iti;i'ii'iiltiil'al iiii 
jiU>nuMii^, when i-iit to itha|it' 
from rolled pliitts of sN'tl, 
hut not iiiniildt-d, imncht'd, 
pollHhed (rf oihcrwise niuiiu- 
tuctured ',< 

Huddled Har^i, if'l per ton. 
Hi;illo<l iron di -lecl shei'ls No. 
£T|,'uuu'e,and i liiiiner, no. p.; 
rii'Miida plates : liussia iimi ; 
flin u'alvunized iron or steel 
slients, teriie jilate, and 
rollfi'l sheds of ircin or steel 
I'oitt.ed with /inc. speller or 
other metal, of all widths or 
thiekiH'sses, II. (1. p., and 
roiled imn or steel hoop. 
Iia nd, scrnll or stri)>, ihiniier 
than No. l^yaH),'e. n.e.s. .. .'i 

liolled iron or steel sheets or 
plates, sluMred or unsheard, 
and skelp iron or xtepl, 
hiieared or rolled in (jlMovi-s, 
n.e.s., .-".oil per ton. 

Kolled iron tuhes, not welded, 
under U iiieh in diameter. 
An;;le Iron, !) and ID uao^ft!. 
not over U inch wide, Iron 
Tiihinv'. lacipiered or hrass 
covered, iiotover U inch ilia- 
niet^-r, ull of wliiiOi are to he 
cut to l( iisrths for the maiiti- 
facture of Uedsteads, and 
hrass lrimiiuM);s for l>ed- 
steads. and to he used lor no 
other jiiirpose; when import- 
ed for the iiiiiniifacturers of 
iron hedi»»eadi-'.tu he used for 
the.se |>ur)M)8e)» oiilv, in their 
own factories, iintil sii'li 
time as any of the Kild 
arti'les are mai»nfaftured in 
( amtda Free 

Kolleif inuiid wire rods in the 
coil, of iron cvrsteH, iiotover 
thrce-'-iirhts of »u inch in 
diameter, when inipiirled hy 
wire miiniitactiu'ers for use 
in nialdic,' wire in the coil, 
in their I. wn factories ..Kree 

Hope, Raw' llid<', an IteltiMiJ^, 
fieiny so iiwcd 20 

Safes, doors for Muf»t» and • 
vaults, scalfS, haltwioes and 
weif.'hin^- ijeanis ot iron or 
-tecl 3(1 

Saws of all kinds 3(1 

•Scrap iron and scrap Hteel,old, 
awi tit only to he reniaiiufac- 
tiired, heinif part of or re- 
cov»Ted from any ve.suel 
wrecked in waters siihjectto 
the jurisdiction of (.!aiiailu. I'ree 

Screws, coiniiKiiily calie<l Wooi' 
Screw-, of iron or steel 
hrass. or other metal, iii- 
■liidiiii,' la;i or coach screws, 
plated or not, and machine 
or other screws, n.f).p :;.' 

Scythes 'J.'^ 

.Slieet Iron, coiniiion or hlack, 
N<i. IT irauire and thinner. . . 6 

SiMftt Iron Sijjiis 30 



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Sheet Iron. (See iron or steel 

sheets, etc.) 
Sheet Iron, for iron or compo- 
site slii|w Kre* 

Sheets, Criicihle SheetH, steel, 
II to l(ii;aUKe,'..'.J to ISincheil 
wide, iiii|iorted h.\ manufac- 
turers of mower and reaper 
kiiivi'S tor nianiifa.'ture of 
Miich knives in their own fac- 

torien Kree 

si s, horse, mule and ox 

shoes 

Shovels and spailes, Hhovel and 
xpude hiaiiks, and iron or 
Hteel cut to shape for same. 

Skates, of all Kinds 

skelp iron or steel, sheared or 
rollcil in urodv cs, v\ hen iiii- 
piuted li,\ manufarlufers of 
«riini;hl: iron or sirel pipi' 
tor Use cinl,\ in tlie maniifac- 
t ore of wrouKht iron or steel 
pipe in llieir own factoricit . 

.■.Vdifes 

Sjiiral spriny steel for s|>iral 
sprinus for rail\\a\s, when 
import eil hy i he inaiiufact iir- 
ers ot lailwav .sprinu's, for 
use cmIumv el\ in the iiian- 
itfactiiri' of railway spiral 
spriiiKS 111 their own fai'- 

tories free 

Steel for saws ami straw cut- 
lets cut 111 shajie, hut not 
further manufactured. Crii- 
cihle sheet sieel, 11 to 1() 
uaii'.'c, 'Ik to Is inches wide, 
for the man It lac 11 ire of mow- 
er iitiil reaper knives, when 
ilii)iorled hy the liiaiiufac- 
I iirers thereof for use nf such 
purpose ill their own fat^ 

lories Kree 

.Steel for the liiaiillfactiire of 
hic,\clecliaiii, u hen inipurted 
li\ the maniifaetuiers of hi- 
c.vcle chain for use in the 
manufacture thereof in their 

own factories Kree 

Steel tor the manufacture of 
tiles, aiiu'ers, aiiccr hits, ham 
iiiers.axi'S, ha tell it s. scythes, 
reapiii,' hooks, hoes, rakes, 
liny or straw knives and 
wiiid-mills, .luricultiiial or 
liarvestinif tcirk>, u hen itii 
ported hy the maiiufactur- 
ers of such or any of such 
articles tor iwe exclusively 
ill the maiinfactnre thereof 

in their own factories Kree 

Steel, in hars, hands, hoops, 
scroll or strips, sheets or 
plates, of anv si/e, thickness 
or width, when of tjreater 
value than 'ijcis. jier ll>., 

n.o p 5 

Steel, inanufa<'turesof,orpartfl 

of iron and parts steel, ti.e.8. 3(1 
Steel of No. I 'J liauire and thin- 
ner, hut not thinner than 
.No. ."0 naitirc for the manu- 
facture of hiicklc clasps and 
ice creepers, hed fasts, furni- 
1 lire casters, when inijiorted 
hy I he iiiannf aciurers ot such 
articles, for use cM'lusivel,v 
in the manutaciiire thereof 

ill their own factories Kree 

Sti—1 of No. "Jn vrauifcand tliin- 
nicr, hut iiiii thinner than 
No. .ill '..'au'.:!', tor the manii- 
factiiie of corset sleels. clock 
sfirinirs anri shoe shanks, 
vvben imported hy the muim- 



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facinrers of such nrlicles for 
exclusive use 111 the niami- 
(act lire thereof in their own 
factories Kreo 

Steel of No. 24 and I" K<^>lR<'i 
ill sheets (13 itu'hes lont(, and 
(I'oin Is inches to 32 incheit 
wide, when imported hy the 
inaiiiifacturers of tuhiilar 
how sockets for use in the 
manufacture of such artii^len 
in their own factories Kree 

Steel rails, weijfhiin,' not leilH 
than -l.i Ihs. per lineal ,vard, 
for use onlv in the track.H of 
a railway which is emploved 
ill the comnion carrvin^ of 
((oods and passen^'ers, and in 
operated hy steam motivu 
power onlv ; provided that 
this item shall not exlen I to 
rails for tracks of a raiUvii.v 
vvliich is used for private 
purposes onlv, iiorHhall tlilD 
item extend to rails for iiHe 
in the tracks of an,v electric 
railway, street railway or 
tramway Kree 

Steel sjirinu's for the manufac- 
ture of sinijical I russes when 
imported h,v the manufac- 
turers for Use exclusively in 
the nianuhictiire thereof in 
their own factories Kree 

Steel strip and Hat steel wire 
when imported into Canada 
h\ manufacturers of huck- 
tliorii, and |ilaili btrip, fenc- 
inir, for use in the mamifac- 
lure of such articles In their 
own factories ; and harhed 
feiii'iiin' wire of iron or steel 
after .lannary Isl, IStiS,.. .Kree 

steel, under '. in. in diameter, 
or ui.der .'. in. sipiare, when 
imported hy the manufac- 
t iirers of cut lery, or of knohs, 
or of locks, for use exclu- 
sively ill the manufacture of 
such articles in their own 
factories Kree 

Steel valued at 2Ac. per Ih. and 
upwards, when inipoiied h.v 
the mamifa"tureis of skates, 
for use exclusivel.v in the 
inaiiufact lire thereof in their 
own factories Kree 

Steels, talile and hatchers' 
steels 30 

Stoves 2,'') 

Stove Plates 2.'i 

Swords 3(1 

Tacks, cut. hrads or spritrs, iron 
and steel shoe tacks, and or- 
diiiar.v cut tacks, leathered 
or not, and shoe nails, douhle 
pointed tacks and other tacks 
of iron or steel, n.o.p 3,^ 

Track tools, wedires, crowhars 
anil sledges 30 

Traps 30 

Tilhes of rolled steel, soainlesH, 
not joined or welded, not 
more than 1^ inches in dia- 
meter; and seamless steel 
t.ulies for hicycles 10 

Tiihiin;, other iron or steel pipe 
or tuhintr, jilain or tralvan- 
ized, riveted, corrnyated or 
otliorvvi.se manufactured, n. 
o.p 30 

Tuhinir, wroinrht iron or steel 
holler tuhes, iiicludini; flues 
and corrnirated tuhes for 
marine hollers 5 

Tuhinjj, wrought iron or steel 



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fllC- 




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ree 


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25 




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;t(i 


iron 




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Ul.ll' 




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3ft 


bars 






30 




30 


lesH, 




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10 


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30 


steel 




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for 





r^.. 



steel 



V '•■ (III rill. I 
liiliiiit;, iiliiiii iir uiiUiiiii^ti'il, I 

tlircadeiliiiiil i iin|ili'd or not, | 

'2 iiii'liuH or li'HH in illiiinftrr, 

n.i'.H 3r> ! 

Tiibinif. viDiiirlii iron 'ir sicti 
lilliiii;;, )il:iiii III' LC'dMini/i'd, 
tlirriiili-d iiiid i-nii|il)'i| or not, i 
o\i'r - iiii'lii's ill iliiiMii'ier, I 

ii.i'.-( Ift . 

And |ir>i\ ided, further, that all | 
articles r:ited us iron or 
inanufactiiifs of iivin ^.tiall 
bo cliarLCe.'ilili' with tlie Niiiiie 
rate of duty if made of steel, 
or of steel and iron coinliin- 
ed, unless otherwise speeial- 
!>■ i>ro\ ided for 
Ivory Knives and Kolders and 

fancy iii.iiiiifiictiires 3i 

Ivory and Ivory Nuts, unniaini- 
(aetured and Veneers, sawn 

only Kree 

Ivory, inamifartiiresof, n.e.s. . . . '2U 
Ivory Vaccine I'ointM Free 

Jaclc Screws of every desirip- ^ 

tioii, ii.u.it 30 

Jala)) Root Kree 

Jams, .lellies, and I'retterves, 

81 ctH. per Ih 

Japanneii and Stamped Tinware, 

kii 25 ! 

Jewellery and inaniif.icjtures of I 

(fold luid silver 30 j 

Jews Harps ... 3ii 

Juril(, old I''ree 

Jut.e ami Jute Hutts Kree 

Jute, carpeting or iiiattiii«-itiii:its -J.'! 
Jute cloth, as taken from the 
loom, neither pressed, iiiaii;,'l- 
ed, ciileiulered, nor in any way 

flnislied Kree 

Jute cl.)ih,uncolourcd, not other- 
wise linishi'd than lileached or | 

(;aleni'erei| 10 

Jute horse cjiithinu, shaped or 

olherw ise maiiufaclured ;!n 

Jute, inanulactuies of, n.es,. l'.'i 
Jute Varn, t1a\ or hemp, plain, 
dyed or cnlored, when im- 
ported liy manufacturers of 
carpets, ruifs. mats, jute wol)- 
bini,' or clotli, and l wines, for 
use in their own factories .... Kree 

Kalnite. or German poiiush 

salts for fertilizers Kree 

Kelp Kree 

Kerosene and Coal Oil tl.xtures 

or parts tliereof 30 

Knives, oyster knives ;^o 

Knittinjf Machines 30 

Kfiittiiii,' Needles and Machine 
Nee<lles and needles of all 

kinds . 30 

Kryolite or <"ryolite Kree 

Labels, for ci^^.ir boxes, fcir 
fruits, ve;;elaliles, meats, lisli. 
ciiiifectionerv oroDier ^;o(lllsnr 
vvares ; shipping', price or III her 
taiis, lickeis or labi Is ; and 
railroad or other tickets, 
whether litboL,'rai>lied or 
tirinted, or jiailly printed, 
ii.e.s 35 

[jac-l>yc, crude, seed, button, 
stick and shell Kree 

traces, boot, slioe and stay 3(i 

Laces, braids, irin^es, einl)rf)i- 
deries, cords, ta-isels, and 
l)racelets, elasti<' round oi (lat, 
includinH:(fart..*r elast ic, braids, 
cliains, or cords of liair and 
other mfrs. of hair ii.c..'. ; lace 
collars and all similar tfoods. 



or lint 

I.aiiib II 



V i: (III ml. 
lane nets and neltin^fs of 
colliin, Hilk, linen or other 
materials, shiiiiis and curtains, 
when made u|i Inmnied or 
iitit I'inimed, iiiid bells of .all 
kinds ; bandkerchicts of all 
kinds; linen, silk and cot- 
Ion I'lolbinu' liiid all arlicleri 
made 11)1 bv I he seani'<lress 
fiMlii linen or eoltoli fabrics, 
n.o.p. ; coi'seis of all kinds, 
ciifsel clas|is, llll^Ks, bliinks 
and steels, and covered corsel 
wires cut to len;,'ths, lii)|ied 

iillpped; re;;alia, bailu'es. '■.'■ 
iild .Sheep .Skins, tanned 

ed, wa\e(l or glazed 1"^. 

blimp Ifellectors 3(1 

Lamp Shailes, made of pa)ier, .. 30 

I. impWi.'ks 25 

I, .imp Sprinus 10 

Lamp lilack and Ivory lllack... Kree 

bap Kolii", rnlilier 35 

Laid and bard ompoiiiid, and 
similar substances, colliileiie 
and aiiiiiial siearine of all 
kinds, li.e.s, 2c. per lb. 

Lard Oil 20 

Lastimrs, mohair cloth, rir other 
manufactures of doth when 
imported by inaiiutactiirers of 
buttons for use in their own 
factories and vvov en or made in 
patterns of siicli size, shape or 
form, or cut in --uch manner as 
to be lit for coverintf buttons 

e\clu''iv ely Kree 

Lava, unmanufactured Kree 

Lava, manufactures of, fancy. ... 35 

Law n inovvel's 35 

Lead, bars and sheets . . 25 

Lead, old scrap, pi l.' and lilock.. 15 
Lead pil>e, shot, and lead liiillets 3) 
Lead, .Nitrate and .AcetJite of, 

not irround Kree 

Lead, Tea Kree 

Lead Pencils of all kinils, in wood 

or otherwise 

Lead, maniif.ictures of, n.e.s. ... 

Leather, iipjier, incliidiii;.'- don- 

«;ola, cordovan, kid. lamb, 

sheci>, kaiiirai'oo, alli'jalor, 

chamois, and calf rliessed, 

vva\eil or u'lav.ed 

Leather and skiiis,ii.o.i>.,laniied, 
bell iii'4'leatlier, and sole leal her L'l 

I-eatlier lieltini,', n.e.s 

Leather Hoard and Leatheroid, 

and mfrs. of, n.o.p. 
Leathers, (Slovc. wlieii imported 
by triove manufacturers for 
use in their factories in the 
manufacture .if {.'loves, tanned 
or dressed, coloured or uii- 

coloiircd 

Leather, all mfrs. of, n r>.)>., am. 

ir.frs. of raw hide 

Leather, Morocco Skins, tanneil, 
but not further manufact'il . . . 
Leather, Patent, ,Iaj)anned or 
enamelled, and .Morocco leather '25 

Leather, Sole, tanned 15 

Leeches Kree 

Lentils, Kresh 25 

liife b'nt.,, i!id li'" savini,' ajipa- 
ratiis siicci.allv imported by 
societies establisheil toeiicoiir- 
ayt- the saving of human life . Kree 
Lime .liiice and I'ruit .luices 
containini.' not more than 
tuciitv live per cent, of proof 
spirits, (iilc. per i,'al. ; when 
more than -5 per cent,, .■^2 

per i{.tl. 

fiime liiicoand othcrfriiit juices, 
ll.O.J) I'o 



25 

31 1 



\7\ 



L'O 



in 



\r 



V c, ml vitl, 

LInit Julue, Crude only Kre« 

Lime '20 

Lime. Chloride of FrM 

Linen, damask 30 

Linen Canvas, wlieii tn he used 

for boats and ships sails 6 

Lii|Uorice I'astc 20 

Liipiorice Uoot, not ground ...Free 

Liipiori<'e, stick or roll 20 

Litharge Fr«t 

Lilhourraphic I'resseH 10 

Litho;,'rapliic .Stones, not en- 

ktraved 20 

Litmus and all Lichens, prepared 

and not prepareil Free 

Lobsters, preserved 25 

Lobsters, alive 20 

Locks, otiiir, n.e.s 30 

Locomotives and llailvvay I'M- 
seniier, Ifa^fyaye and Kreijfht 
j (!ars. iKunif the projierty of 
r;.dvvay companies in the L'. S. 
; runniiii,' upon any line of roa<l 
crossinif the frontier so lonjf an 
(,'anadian locomotives and carit 
arcadmitted free undersiniilar 
I t'ircumstaiK'cs into the U.S., 
' under reifulations to be pre- 
scribed by the Controller of 

Customs Free 

Locust Means mid LocaiHt Mean 

.Meal Kree 

Loifwood, Kiistic, Oak anil Oak 

Hark, extracts of Kree 

l.oifvvmxl, compound extract of . . 20 
Ixiys and r'd unman, tiin'r, n.e.s. Free 
Lumber and Tiiulier, iiiaiiufac- 
! lured, n.e s 20 

1 Mace and Nutmegrs 2ft 

i M.KS-arniii and Vermicelli 25 

Machine card clolhiiiif 25 

.Machinery, n.e.s 25 

M.adder and Munjeet, or Indian 
.Madder, uround and i)repared, 

J and all extracts of Kree 

j Maiiic Lanterns and slides there- 
for, philosophical, pboto- 
jfrapbic, matliematical and 
o|)tical instruments, n.e. ti .... 25 

Mairnesia 20 

.Mau'iiesia Kliiid 25 

Malt, ujion entry for Warehouse, 
subject to lOxcise lU'nulationa, 
^■l cents ])er biisb. 
Malt, extract of, (non-alcobolie) 
for medical purposes, n.e.s. .. . 25 

Maiciam se, < )xide of Kree 

.Manu'les 25 

Manill i Hood:. Kree 

Mantels, Slate 30 

Manures, duaiio, and other man- 
ures Kree 

.Manuscripts ix- Insurance Maps..Kreo 

.Maps, Charts, for the use of 

schools for the blind, and 

Globes, Geo^'raiihical, Topo- 

(fraphical, and Astronomical, 

ti.r-.s Kree 

.Maple Suirar 20 

j .Marl'lc lilocks in the r^ujfh 15 

I .Marlile Itlocks and Slabs, sawn 20 
j Marble, finished, and .all nianiifs. 

of, 11 e.s 35 

Matches, wax or wood 25 

Mattresses, hair, spriu),' and other 30 
Mats, Door or Carriaifc, n.e.s. .. 35 

Mattini,', (.;ocoa 26 

Meats, fresh, n.e.s.. 3 cts. per lb. 
.Meals, can lied, and canned poul- 
try and L'-anie aial soups 25 

I Meats, extract of fbiid lieef not 

! medicateil 25 

i Meats, n e.s., 2c. iierlb., when 
I in barrel the barrel to be free. 
MeutStuffers 30 



i''j 



T6 



CANADIAN TAIMI-F OF CUSTOMS. 



[1900 



(T 



>' C. (I({ I'llt. 

MentH, I'diiltr.v anil Oniiic .'(i 

Mt'iitN, Million :tiiit l.ailll), fruMh. Hf> 

MeiliiU, K''>l<l or ^ilvrr :io 

MvilalN, ttt'riniiii or iiickil Mllvi-r. :I0 

Moili\lit. liruNH, liriin/,)', or plikinl. 'Mt 

Mt'iluls, I'oUrilioliM of, Ullll oIliiT 
ailtii|ililirs, iiic'liHlilik' ciilli'i' 
tioii!Hof |iosl:ii;c •<l;iin|iM H'rec 

Mi'ilalx of ifnid, h\\\ If or coiipcr, 
mill otliiT nii'iiillir art ii'li'x 
ni'lilallv IicnIowi'iI as lro|i|iJi<H 
or lui/i'K, anil rciriMil iiml 
afi'f|i( I'll as lioiioiar> ilistjni'- 
lions, anil nips or oilier pri/,i'H 
won ill htina Jidi' coinpcti- 

lions " Krue 

Medicines, Patent. I'roprii-tnr.v, 
viz: all tinctures, pills, 
powders, triM'liPS or lo/.enifcH, 
8yru|M, corilialH, Intlers, ano- 
d.vnes, toiiii's, jilasters, lini- 
inentM, sah es, oinlinents.paMte, 
drops, wuters, eHwiices, oils, 
MmI all niciliciiial, clieiiiical 
and phaniiaceiitiial prepara- 
tions, when ci)ni|ioiiiiile(l of 
more than one siilistaiice, 
n.n.i)., all lii|uiils coMlaillln^' 
alcoliol fill ]iir celil.. all olhers, 
liijiliil or iioi, 'J.'! |ier cent., 
provided that this item shall 
not he held to iiiclinle drilKM 
and preparations recoynized 
hv the Hrilisli and the I'nited 
Slates I'liariiiacopoia and 
Krencli Codex as olllcinal. 
All inedicinal preparations, 
whether chemical or other- 
wise, usiiall.v imported with 
the name of the inanfr., shall 
have the true name of such 
nianfr., and the place where 
thc.v are )irepareil. and the 
word alcoholic or non-alco- 
holic permanently and leifi- 
Illy atllxed to ea<'li parcel hy 
8tanip, label, or otherwise, 
and all medicinal (irepara- 
tioiis imported without such 
names so attixe<l may he for- 
feited. 

Mrerschauni, crude or raw Free 

Menaiferies, horses, I'attle, carri- 
aifes and harnesses of, under 
re>,'ulations prescrihed liy the 

Controller of ( iistoms Free 

Mercury or (piicksilver Free 

Metal ( 'omposition, n.e.s 20 

Metal, yellow metal in liars, 

holts, and (or sheathint; Free 

Metallic Far Tau's liiumbenMJjac- 
comiian.\ in;;: the |iedi;;rees of 
animals imported for tlie im- 
lirovement of stock, may lie 
admit ted free into Canada as 

of nil rniiiiiii'iridt nihif Free 

Meters, Gas ,'ifi 

MicA an 

Microscoites 'J5 

Milk food and other similar pre- 
parations 

Milk condensed, K^c i>er Ih. ; 
ColTee condensed with .Milk 

Mill hoard, not straw hoard 10 

Mineral Waters, natural, tiot in 

bottles Free 

Mineral Waters, n.e.s HO 

Mineral and liituminoiis sub- 
stances, n.e.s '20 

Mineraloifv Si)eciiiiens ... ..Free 

Models (ovitfinal) of Inventions 

and other Imiiroviiiieiits in the 

Arts; but no article or articles 

shall be deemed a model «hich 

can be lltted for use Free 

Mola.sses, produced in the i>ro- 






V c lilt rill. 
cess <if the ni.'iniifactiire of 
cane siiu'ar from the Juice of 
the cane, withoiil aiiN admix- 
ture Willi an\ other iiiundi 
eiils when imported in Miu 
original iiackaue and not nftrr- 
wards siibjecti'd to aii.\ procesH 
of treating' or mixinu. 
((I) Tesliin; li\ polariscope, 
fori \ de({rees or o>er, a 
Mpei illc duty of I I c. p. nal. 
(6) When tesiini; less than 
4tl decrees, and not less 
tinn 3.1 deu:rees, a specillr 
ililty of i-\ lis. per Kidloii, 
and in addition thereto 1 
cent per jfallon for eiu'h 
dej^ree or fraction of a de- 
wree less than forty deifres 
The packam'S(«hen of wiiod) 
ill which ini|iorted to be in 
all cases exempt from duly. 

Molasses, ifates , . :m» 

.Molasses, second process, or mo- 
lasses derived from the manu- 
facture of "molasses NlUfiir," 
lestiiii; by polariscope less than 
!lfi deurees, \\ hen illl|iortii| b.\ 
inamifacturers of blackinn, for 
use in their own factories, in 
the manufacture of blackini;- - 
coiidiijoiKil thai the importers 
shall, in addition to makiii); 
oalli at the lime ol ciitr.v , that 
such molasses is imported for 
such use and vvill not be used 
for any other purpose, cause 
such molasses lo be at once 
mixed in a prii|icr tank made 
(or the purpose with at least 
onellfth of the ijiiiinlily there- 
of of cod, or other oil, wherebx 
NIK h iiiolasscs may be rendered 
tnitit for an,\ other use, such 
inixiiiir 111 be done in the pres- 
eluM- of a Ciisloiiis ollicer at 
the expense of the inijiorler, 
and under such further reuula- 
I ions as ma.\ from time lo lime 
be cniisiilereil necessar.N in the 
inleresi and for the proleciion 
of the revenue, and thai until 
such mixiii;; is done and dul.v 
cerlilled on tin face of the 
entrv thereof by such Customs 
officer the entry shall be held 
lo be incom|>lete and the mo- 
lasses sub,jcct lo the usual rale 
of duly as when imiiorted for 
any olliei |iurpose. 
Mola.sses and Syrups of all kinds, 
II. o. p., the product of the 
su(far cane or beet root, n.e.s., 
and all imitations thereof or 
substitutes therefor, .^c. per 
pound. 
Moliis-^es or .■s.viups of cane or 
beet, lestini; under .';.'> dc^'rces 
li> the |iolarisi(ipe, for use in 
the maiiufacliirc of compress- 
ed food for live stock, when 
iiiiportid In f be maiuifacluieri 
of such food, to be used for 
such manufacture only in their 

own fad orics Free 

.Mosaic tlooriiiji of any material. 'Mt 
Moss. Icela'id and other Mosses, 
and seaweed and seai;rass, 
crude or in their natural state 

or cleaned only Free 

Moss, other, n.e.s 21) 

Mouldinjfsof wood, plain, ^fil.lwl 

or otherwise further nianuf. . . 2f) 
Mowinc Machines, self-bindiii)? 
harvesters, harvester.'* without 
binders, binding: attachments, 



V I', ml ml. 
reapers, ploii)(hs, harrouN.cul- 
tivators, seed drills and liorstt 
rakes, manure spreaderM, 
Weed e rs, iiiiil m a I lea b 1 u 
spriM'ket or link beltiiit; chain 

for hinders 20 

Muslin, plant bed miuilin, whit* 

cotton 2A 

Mibtii'. printeil, hound or in 

sheets 10 

Musical instruinentN of all kinds, 

pianofortes and ort^ans 110 

Musicikl instruments, brass hand, 
tiarls of pianofortes or or){anM 2A 
Provided that musical instru- 
ment cases shall be dutiable at 
the same rate as their conteiitii 
when iiiiported containinif the 
liislrunients. 

.Miisk, in pisls or in trriviiiH Krc* 

MusUird Cake 16 

MustanI, trround 26 

Mustard, French miuitard,UquUI, 
' M iaiii<o 3A 

Naphtha, wood naphtha or 

woimI aJtiuhol, $•! . -Ill per im. \n\\. 

Na])|itha, n.e.s., .'ic. |K>r Imp. ^»X. 

Needh's, Knittinif 30 

Needles, Steel, all other 80 

Newsjiopers or supplemental edi- 

i lions or parts thereof, partly 

printed luid intended to he 

completed and puhliNhed in 

Canada 26 

Newspapers, and ipiarterlv, 
inonthl.N and semi-monthly 
makfazines, and weekly litiT- 
ar.N papers, unbound ; and tail- 
ors', inilliners' and mantle- 
makers' fashion plates Free 

Newspaiierx and Ma^'azines, if 

hoiiiKl Ki 

NiBke4 Free 

Nickel Anodes 10 

j Nickel and (iernian Silver, inanf. 

j of. not |>late<l 26 

I if plated 30 

Nitrate of Soda or (.'ubic Nitre , . Free 

Nilritf' of Soda Free 

Nitrate of Lead, not ^roiuid. . . . Free 

Nitro-dlycerine ;!<•. per lb. 

Noils, beinn 'he short wool 
which falls from the combs iti 

worsted factories . . Free 

Numberiiu; Machines, not to fie 

] classed with jity-. i)resses,to pay 26 

Nuts, shelled, n.e.s. . ..'ic. per lb. 

Nuts, Almonds, Walnuts. Hrazil 

Nuts, I'ecaiisand shelled I'ea- 

nuts, n.e.s He. per lb. 

Nuts, Cocoa 81 per KiO 

Nuts, Cocoa, when im)>orted 

direct fi'ic. per 100 

Nuts, all kinds, n.o.|).,2c per lb. 
Nut^calls and extracts thereof . . Free 

Oakum Free 

Oak Hark Free 

Oats, 10 cts. per hush. 

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 liffnite costing more 

than SOc. per. ifal 26 

Oil, (,'oalaiid Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or retlne.l. Naphtha, 
Petroleum and i>roducts of, 

n.e.s., .Ic. per Imp. iral 

Oils, Petroleum, Crude, fuel and 
^'as oils (other than .Naphtha. 
Hen/. ine or (Jasoline, when 
imported by manufacturers 



lOOO] 



OANAHIAN TAIUKF <)V rl'sToMH. 



77 



V •: ml rut, 
otIiiT thiiii rclliii'iH) fur iiHc III 
tlivir fiirtiini'M fur fiii't inir- 
|ii)N)'t, or tor ilii' Miiiiiii(>ti'(urt> 
«l KiiH, 'J^i', |ifr Imp. Kiilloii, 

oIIh, KhhimiIiuI 10 

Oil, KiMiii Kri-u 

Oil, «'iirlioll(', or huBvy oil Vnn 

(HI, Cantor til 

Oil, ('(xl Mvcr 20 

oIIm, (locoiiiiiir uiiiI riUiii, in their 

iiiitural HtuUi . . Vti't 

Oil, Colzu «) 

Oil, Klax Mifdor l.iiiNeed, raw or 

lioilcil 2.'i 

Oil, Hair, |icrfiiiiiu4l :M 

(III, l-iinl Oil K 

OIIn, Luliriciitiiiu;, coiiinnNud 
wholly or ill piirt of pctroit'iini, 
(HiNtiiii; IfMN than 'J,'')', imp. ^al,, 
fii'. per imp. ifiil. 

OIIh, l.iiliricatiiiK, all other 26 

OIU, Ni'utHfoot iCi 

Oil.ollvf.formiimifactiiriiiK-ioip 
or loliai'co or for canniiiu' ll'»h . Free 

Oil.Olivi', II. I'. s 21) 

Oil, SfNanu! hvuiI 20 

Oil, Tullow 20 

Oil, all other, li.e.H 20 

OIK.'aku uikI Meal, (Cotton Heed 
Cttk« anil Meal.ralm Nut Cake 

aiiil Meal Kre* 

Oil ClotliH ami oileil nilk, anil 
laiie or oilier textile liiilia- 
ruliliereil, Hoeked or coated 

n.o.p 30 

Oil Clolli, faille and Hlielf, eiia- 
iiM'lleil I'arrlaue. I'ork mattiiiK 

or earpet, and linoleiiiii HI) 

Oiled paper 36 

Oleo Stearine and Peu'ras P>ee 

0|iiuin (crude), SI |>er lli. the out- 
ward liall or covering to he 

free of duty 

Opium, prejiared for Niiiokiii|f, 

$f. per !h 

Opium, powdered, $l.',U} per lb. 

Optieal liisttrimieiitM, n.e.H 26 

Oraiiires, l.emon.s. and Limen in 
hoxen of capacity not exceed- 
inn "i I'h. ft., 'Ht c*,H. per liox.. 
In half hoxes. capacity IJ ob. 

ft. , l.'t ctH. per box 

Incases and all other packaffes 
II) cts. per cli. ft. capacity ... 
Ill bulk itl.Till per thousand. . . 
In barrels not exceedini; in 
capacity that of the luti lbs. 
flour barrel, ^).^ cts. ))er bbl. 
Oren of metals, of all kinds .. ..P'ree 

Organs, Cabinet 30 

Orirans, sets or parts of sets of 

reeds for Cabinet Or^jaii 26 

Origans, Pijie Orifaiis 30 

Ornament!! of alabaster, spar, 
amber and terra cotta, or com- 
position 3.^ 

Osiers Free 

Osiers and Willow Kiirniture. . .. 30 
Ottar of Koses, aii<l Oil of Koses. Kree 
Oxide of ('opper, Ulack and I'la- 
tinum, for use in the manufac- 
ture of (Jhlorate Free 

Paila. tul)s, churns, brooms, 
wnsliboards, pounders, rolliiiff 

pins and whisks 20 

Paints and Colors, ultra marine 
blue, dry or in pulp, metallic 
colors, vi/ : oxides of cobalt, 

copper and tin, n.e.s Free 

Ochres, Ocbrey earths. ia>v si- 

ennasand colors dry, li.e.s. 9.0 
Oxides, dry tillers, fire-proofs, 
umbers, and burnt siennas, 

li.e.s 25 

Fire-proof paint dry 25 



V c ail ml. 
I'ai II tM and colors, roil It li stiiH 
and llller-<, afiii corrovivu 
and anil foiiliiiK paints, 
ciimiiioiily u^ed for ships 
hulls, jind u'roiind and 
liipiiil paiiilH, II. CM, . '!!• 

Orounil ill MpiritN and all 
spirit varnishes and lac- 
ipiers ii^l . \'1\ per. u>d. 

I'aris (ireeii, drv 10 

Dry White and lied I.eiMl, 
Oraiitre mineral and /Inc 

white ft 

White l,ead. mixed 26 

Painters' metal u'raininu coiiibM,, 30 

Painters pallet kni\i's 30 

PaintitiKsin Oil or Water ('nlorn, 
by artistsof mil known merit, 
or copies of old Masters by 

such artists Free 

Paintinus in oil or Water • 'olors, 

production of I 'anadian artists. Free 
l'.'iintiii«s, prill's, enKrii\in«H, 
drawings and hulliliiii; plans, 
pholoi;raphs and picliires, 

li.e.s. 20 

Palm Leaf, uiimanufactured . . Free 
Palm Leaf, when nianiif., n.e.s. 'JO 

Paper WeiKlits, if lass 20 

Paper Cutters iSt I'rintinif Presses 10 
Paper .Sacks or lia^^s ot all kinds, 

primed or not '-"i 

Paper Uoxis, empty 36 

Paper, drawini; or parcbnient. . . 26 
Paper, Wall, or jiapcr liani{ini;s, 
borders or borilcriinf, and win- 
dow blinds of paper of all kinds 3,') 

Paper lllcs, clips 30 

Paper Machi , iiianufactureM of . . 36 

Paper of all kinds, n.e.s '26 

l'aj>er kites, as toys 3.') 

Paper, ruled, oiksl or waxed. . . . 36 

Paper, Tarred . . . 26 

Paper, Ciiijii Collar Cloth, in rolls 

orslieet»,tiotu:lo.ssedorlliiishe'.l 16 
Paper, I'nion Cloth, in rolls or 

sheets, triossed or tliiished .... 20 
Paper, lllter paper, in sheets. ... 26 

Paper, lly paper 36 

Paper Letters, ^'ummed, plain, 

or colored, in bulk .... 3,'; 

Paper waste or clippiims Free 

Paper, ))res8eil, in sheets 36 

P.iper, (ilawil, Plated, .Marbled, 
Kiiamelled Paper, and (,'ard 
Hoard, similarly lliiished, n.e.s, 36 
Paper, manufactures of, incliid- 
iipif ruled and bordered papers, 
impeteiies, boxed papers and 
envelopes and lilank Hooks . 36 

I'arallnc Wax 30 

I'arasols. (.See In. I'lliiH.) 
Passover Hread for i. ■ distribu- 
tion amoiiif the IKi.rew com- 
munity in ioniiecti"ti with 

their religious rites. Free 

Patterns of bra.ss, iron, ^leel or 

other metal (not beiiij; iiiodels) 31) 
Pavinir blocks, made from slaj; of 

bliust furnace 20 

Peaches, n.o.p., the weiirht of 
the packa^feito be included in 
the weit;ht for duty . . Ic. p. lb. 

Peach Trees 3c. each. 

Pears, ijreen fruit 20 

Pear Trees of all kinds. .3c. each. 

Peas, lOc per bush 

Pearl, mother of, not manufac- 

liired Free 

I'earl card cuses 36 

Pearl collar buttons or studs. . . . 36 
Pearl, manufactures of, fancy •• 35 

Pelts, raw P>ee 

Pencils lead, wood or otherwise. 26 

Pencils, slate 26 

Penholders, wood 25 



V '". (Ill ml. 

Penii, Mt'"l, 26 p.c; ttnUi 26 

Pell racks. Iron 30 

Perfumers . iiielinllni; toilet prep- 
nrations (noiialeoliollc), vi/. ; — 
Hair oils, tooth and other 
povsders and washes, ponva- 
tiliiiN, pastes and all other per- 
fumed preparations used for 
the hair, mouth and skin . 30 
Perfimied Spirits in bottles or 
lliisks not vM'i|{hiiiK more than 

4 out s 60 

Perfumed Spirits in bottles, llakkN 
or other paekaKes, welKhlli;; 
more than 4 117,., 9'J.'|i) iier i.ir i^ 40 
Persjsorext. Archill an((Cuilh'r. Free 
Petroleum. (.SeeOlls.) 
Pheasants for improvm'tof stock. Free 

I'lieasants, other 20 

Philosophical Instruments and 
Apparatus, not maniifaetured 
in the liominion, and when im- 
ported by or for the line of 
universities, colletfeH and 
schools, and scientific sot^ieties 

and public hosiiitals Free 

Philosophical, I'hotoufraphic, 
Optical and .Mathematical In- 
stniinents and Apparatus, 

n.e.s 26 

I'hosphorus Free 

Phosphor Kroii/e in blocrks, barb, 

sheet and wire 10 

Photographs, cliromos, chroino- 
types, artol.\pes, oleo^'raphs, 
painliinrs, drawiiiirs, pictures, 
eiiKraviiiKs or prints, or proofs 
I herefrom, and similar works 
of art, n.o.p. ; blue prints, 
liiiildiMi; plans, and nia|)H and 

cb.uts, n.e.s 20 

Pholiinraphs, nol exceediiu^ 
three, sent by friends, and not 

for the purpose of sale Free 

Photo If rapli Alliums 36 

Albums, insides of imper Free 

Photo^' rap hers' albunienized 

pape*" ,30 

Phototfrapbic Dry Plates .30 

Piano covers, rubber and cotton 36 

Piano Stools 80 

Pianofortes 30 

Pianofortes, parts of 25 

Pickers, raw hide, for cotton 

looms 25 

Pickles, Sauces and Catsups, 

iiicludinir Soy 36 

Pictorial illustrations of insects, 

&o., when imported by and for 

the use of (!olle|fes and schools, 

scientific and literary societies. Free 

Picture iV Photojfraphic Frames, 

of aiiv material 30 

Picture Nails 30 

Pictures, framed 30 

Pillows and Holsters 30 

Pins, manufactured from wire of 

any metal 30 

Pipe Clay, unmanufactured Free 

Pitch, Hurifiindy Free 

Pitch (jiine) in packages of not 

less than 1 6 >fal Free 

Pitch (pine) other 20 

Pitch, coal Free 

Pitch, bone. Crude only Free 

Plaits, straw, Tuscan, jfrass, chip, 
manilla, cotton and mohair, 
not to include braid or fancy 

triiiimiinfs Free 

Planinif Mills and parts of, in any 

staife of manufacture 25 

Plants, viz:— Fruit, shade, lawn 
and ornamental trees, ahnihs 

and plants, n.e.s 20 

Plaster of Paris or Oypsuin, 
ground not calcined IS 



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[1900 



! 



1' c. (i(/. ml. I 
Plaster of Paris, ciilfiiu'il or [ 

niaiiiifii.'tiirfil. ilio wi'iulii nf 
tlu- ]):ick;(ta' lo In' incliiiliMl in 
till' wi'itflit forilutv, rJlc. jicr 

IIHI llis. 

Plasters, II. cilii'iitiMl, i\ll Uinils. . . 'lb ■ 
Pliite.l WiireiUid (iilt \V:ire, ofall ' 

kiiiils, whether I'lated wholly 

or ill part 'w 

Plutiiiiiiii aii<l lilaek Oxide of 
Copper for the iiiamifiietiire 

of ( ,hlorati: Kree 

Pl.;i I'liilii wire and ]>latinuni in 
l>ars, strips, -.heels or pl;iles ; 
,)lalinmii retor s, pi 's, ron- 
densers tutiini,' and pipe, 
when iinporled liv iiuiimtae 
ti'rers of siilplmrie acid for 
nseiii their Wdi Us in the inanu- 
faeliire or eoneiiit ration of 

siil|ihiiri(' acid ii'c 

Plates eiii;raved on v ood, ste 
or < »r metal, and transfer 
take.; from the sa.ne, iiieMid 
)!;_; eiiifravers' phlles of steel. 
polisl:ed. ■iiLrraved. or for eii- 

uraviii',' thereupon 'Jil 

lMa,\ int' Cardi lie. per ]>ack 

Plum Trees of :\] kinds, ;!c. each. 

Plunihai,'o, orinle 10 

Pluiiiliai,'o, 'ill n ainfaetiires of, 

li.e.s 2,'> 

Pliish, of cotton [in 

Plush, Silks, otlier ;i(» 

Pockettiooks and Purses :!.; 

Pomades, Kreiichiu' tlowcr odors, 
presir\ed in fat or oil for the 
])urpose of cons(r\ in;,'' the 
odors of flowers wliii'h do not 
hear the lieat of distillation, 
when inii>orteil in tins of not 

less tliaii 10 Ihs. each It) 

Pomades, all otliers 30 

Pop Corn, in cakes ur halls, Ac. 

per 111., and S.") 

Porcelain Ware, n.e.s lid 

Pori'elain Shades , . 80 

I'ortalile machines, ].ortalile 
."team eiiirines, threshers and 
seiHirators, horsepowers, purt- 
ahle saw nulls and iilaniny^ 
mills anil jiarts tin reof m :iny 

st;i4re of maiiuf.'icture •.!."i 

Potash, caustic lice 

Potash and pearl .'i^h, in jiki^s. 

not h'ss I lian il.'i Ills Free 

I'otash, muriate and hichromate 

of, crude Kree 

Pot.asli, (,'hlo'ate of, in crvtals, 
or ;,'round onl.\ , w hen iniported 
for inanufaclurinj; iniiposeH 

only Kree 

PotA.sli, (icrman Mineral Free 

Potash, leil and velluw ]iriissiate 

of Krep 

Polassiiiin, cyanide of Free 

Potatoes, sweet, lUet--. per hush. 
Pork, h.irrclli'd in hiine. :'<•, jier 
111. liarrels cniuainii'..'. same 
to he free ■•f duly. 
Potiitoes, otluu'. I.'ic. ])cr liusli. 
Poultry and Came of all kinds . . -.in 
Pre<ious sKPiies, in the roui^h. . Free 
Precious Stones, alsM imitations, 
polistuMl, hut not set. )iiit'ced 

or otherwise inanf.. n.e.^ 10 

Prinlerl music, hound or in 

sheets 1(1 

I'rinliii',' pri'^scs. luliiliny: ma- 
chines, lilli(w|-a|ihic inesses 
and lypcinakiii'.: acccssnrie.s 
theref(U' ; foldiie.;' machines, 
hook • hinders', houk hiiidini.', 
riiliiiLr, emho^siii'.^ and paper 
cuttim,'' machines, nnd parls 
theuof 10 



V I'. (((/ '•((/, 

Prunella Free i 

Pill)) of wood 'i:> I 

Pulp of ;;rasses Free ! 

Pumice or I .iinice Stone, i^roiind j 

or uiini'ouiid Free j 

P'lmiis, hiass, all kinds, and j^ar- i 

lien and lawn sjuMiiklers 'Ml 

Pum)is, .Steam '.ia i 

Putty 'ill ' 

Putty, dr.\, forpolishiti^ irraiiite.Free ' 

Quills, ill tiat. state or iinpl'd.Free 

Quills, other 'JO , 

tjuince Trees of all kinds. .:ic. ea. 
Quinine, sails of Free 

Raf?S of cotton, linen, .jute, 

lieiuii and woollen, jiajier wa.ste 

(IV ciippi'.:^, 'uid waste of any 

kind e\(^e)il mineral waste. . . . Free 

Ha^;s from F.uro|i(.', except ( ;reat 

liiitaiii, Piohihiteil. 
l!ailwa.\ curs, or other cars, 
wheelharr p\\ s, trucks, roail or 
r.iilwav scrapers and hand 

carls .' 30 \ 

|{ailwa.\ Kiitrs of all iii.iterials . 30 
llaisiiis. Ic. per Ih. ! 

Kaspheriy and lilacklierr.\ hushe.s '20 j 
Kattans and reeds manf. or I 

]>artly \.iii\i l.'i ■ 

l{attansai .1 leedsiii thei. uatura! 

state Free i 

Ked l.i'pior for dyj;. & calico ptjf. Free 

|{efri;_''er.i.tors ;iO 

Uennet, raw, ori)repar.-d Free 

Hesin.in pkysi: )t less than 100 IhsFree 

P.esiii or Kosin Oil Fn " 

tlesin, other, n.e.s i!u 

Uihhnns of all kinds and ma- 
terials 3ri 

Kice, uneleanert, niihiilled or 

])add.\ , U-. per Ih. 
Kice. other, I \f vvr Ih. i 

Kice and .Sato i'"lour and Sa;ro 

and l.'iliio.a '1^ 

Hice, when imported li,\ makers 
of rice starch, for use in their 
faclories . I of a cent per Ih. ' 

|{o]ie, Iron Wire ' "2,t 

Roiie, or I'ordaye of all kinds il) 
Koots, medicinal, vi/ : .Aconite, 
Cal iniha, Iiiecacuanha, Uliu- 
liarh Sar-:aparilla, Siplills, 
Tara.xicum and \alerian ...Free 
The ~aiiie u'round or l>ow(lered '20 

Hose hushes . '20 

llotten Stone '20 

Rove, wlirui 'iiiported for the 
manut.ictiir of twine for har- 

vesl hiihiers .'i 

llulinu Pens 10 

ll.\ e, loc per hush. 
Rye Flour, .MIc. per hi 1. 

Saccharine . 20 

Saddler^' Soap 'lii 

Saddlei'.\ if every descril>tion . . 30 
SiilTron and Satllower, and ex- 
tract ol, and S'airron ( 'ake .... Free 

Sa-o 2:, 

Saco Flour '2'i 

Sails, for ho.its .and shi|>s '?."i 

Sal Ammoniac ami S.d-Soda . Free 

Salcr.'itus '2(1 

Salt imported from the Cnited 
Kiiudoin or any liritish pos- 
session, or imported lor the 
use of the sea or Liiilf lisheries, 

n e.s Free 

.Salt, tine, in hulk, and course 

sail, n.e.s Tic per luo Ihs. 

Salt, in liat.''s,lilils,,or other pku's,, 
7'c per P'O !lps. Il'ckirs. same 
dut \ as if ii.ipoi li-d eiiipt.\ . I . . 
.Saltpetre Free 



3;') 



*! c. ail I'al. 
l!>iJtCiike(sulpl«ateofsoda)criide. Free 

Sand Free 

Sand, colored '20 

S:uid Cloth '25 

Siuid nron)or ^flohulesforjiolish- 
in^' Kfiniite Free 

Sand, Class, Flint and Kinery 

Paper '25 

Satchels 30 

Sateens, for use of corset nianu- 

faeturers, etc "20 

.Sauces, Catsups and Pickles, in- 

cludiinr So.v 35 

S'uisaije Casing's, n.e.s '20 

.SaiisaL^e SkinsorCasinj;s,noit. el'd. Free 
Saw dust, of the follow'in({ 
woods ; - aiiiaratitli, coeohoral, 
hoxwood, cherry, chestnut, 
walnut, frumwood, mahojjany, 
pitch Iiine, rosewood, sandal 
wood, sycamore. Spanish cedar, 
o;d\, hickory, whitewood, A(ri- 
(Mii teak, hlaek heart ebon,v, 
liununi vita', red cedar, i-ed- 
wocd, satin wokI, white ash, 
))ersiinm(Ui and do;fwood . . . .Free 
Scales, and Weiiihinjr Heains.. .. 30 
.Scenery, Theatrical and other. '20 
School Ink Wells, earthenware.. 30 

" " ^{lass 20 

School hiifin 30 

Screws commonly called wood 
screws, of iron or steel, hriuw, 
or other metal, illeludill^;' lag 
or coach screws, i>latedornot, 
and mai'hine or other screws, 

n.c..|) 

Screw Jacks of every description 3.") 
Seeds — Ueet, Carrot, Turnip, 
Annalto Flax, .Mangold, and 

Mustard Kree 

Seeds Flower, (garden, Held and 
other .seeds for atrricultural or 
other purposes, when in hulk 

or laive parcels, n.o.j) 10 

Till' same in small jiar.'els.. '2,t 
Seeds - .Vromatic, which are not 
cilihle and are in a crude state, 
atid not advanced in value or 
condition hy Kiindmnf or refin- 
ing; or hy any other process 0/ 
niunufact lire. Anise, Anise-star, 
Ciirawa.N , Cardivmon, Corian- 
der, ( uniniin, Fennel ajid Feim- 

srreek Kree 

Seed Peas -impdrteil from the 
I'niled Kiii'.'dom for the [uir- 

jiose of seed Kree 

Seedlinij stock for uraftin;;, viz. : 
rii:m, pear, peach and other 

fruit trees Kree 

Senna leaves Free 

Settlers' elTects. viz.: Wearinjf 
appare'. household (urnitiire, 
hooks, imjilemeiits and tools of 
trade, occupation or employ- 
ment, j,Mins, t\ |iev. rilers, hi- 
cvcles, inusi<'al instrunients, 
domestic sewing; machines, 
li\e stock, c.'irts and other 
Vehicles ami asfi'ioiilturnl iiii- 
plenients in use hy the 
settler for at le.-ist si\ months 
hefore llis reiiiov al to Canada ; 
not to include machinery, or 
ai'ti'-les importeil for use in an.r 
maniifacturin).' eslahlishment, 
or for sale ; also hooks, pic- 
tures, famil.v plate or furni- 
ture, perse nal efTecisiuid heir- 
looms left .ly heipiest ; provid- 
ed that any diitiahle article 
eiilired asseti'.ers' etTects may 
not he so enl red unless 
lu'ouirht with the seltlrron 
llis first arrival, and shall not 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



79 



ail val. 
ide. Free 
... Free 
.... 20 
.... '25 
lish- 
. . . Free 
iiery 

,. 25 

.. 30 

u- 

.. 20 



20 
80 
20 
30 



laR 



10 



Free 

Free 

Free 
Free 



f*^; 



,1^ 



TP c. ad val. 
be »ol<I or olherwise (lis])ose(l 
of wiUioiit piiyiiient of duty, 
until after t\<elve luoiitlis' 
actual use in Caiiailu ; pro- 
vided nlHO that under retjula- 
tioiiB made liy ttie C/'ontroller 
of C'UHtouiM, live sto(^k, wlieu 
imported into Manitolm or the 
North-West Territorii tiy in- 
tendiiijj settlers, .xhall f free 
until otherwise ordered by tlie 

Governor in t.'ouiicil Free 

SewiiiH' maehine attachments. . . Free 
Sewiiij,' Machines, or parts of . . 30 
Shades, tilass and I'orcelaiii, for 

laiiii)s and nas lights 30 

Shawls and Travellin),' Ku^fs of all 

kinds 30 

Shawls, silk 3() 

Sheep, for inii)rovementof stock Free 

Sheep Skins, tanned only 15 

Sheep Skins, dressed and waxed, 

or f;lazed ITJ 

Shellac, white, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

Shells of all kinds, unmanuf Free 

Shells, manufactured, faticy 35 

Sheet Music. M 

Sheet Iron Si^ns 30 

Ships built in a foreitfii country, 
on application for (..'anadian 
rejcister, except machinery .... 10 

Machinery on same 25 

Shirts of any material, and 
ladies' and misses' blouses and 

shirt waists ".5 

Shoemakers' I'iboh and Wax . . 20 

Show Ciises 36 

Show Cards, framed 30 

Silex or Cr\ stnllized Quartz .... Free 

Silk, clolhintf 35 

Silk Hosi.^ry 35 

Silk, manufactures of, or nf 
which silk is the coniDonenl 

part of chief value, li.e.s 35 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the 
cocoon, not beintf doubled, 
twisted or advanced in any 
way, silk coooons, and silk 

waste F'ree 

Silk twitit. sewing and embroid- 
ery silk 25 

Silk, in the joi-m or s]iun, not 
more ad'-anced tliim sinjfbw. 
trum, aii'l thrown orjriuizine, 

not ojloure<l 15 

Silk, in the ffum or sjuin, when 
impo-ted by nuiniifacliM'ers of 
silk underwear, in their own 

factories Free 

Sdk in I be piece 30 

Silk Velvets, velveteens, plush 

and !iilk fabrics 30 

Silver Leaf 25 

Silver-]>late(l Ware 30 

Skates if all kinds, roller or 

other, at'il part .^: tin rcof 3,"i 

Skins, Hiri', and skins of animals 
not dative Id ( aiiuda for taxi 
derriic purimscs, not rurther 
nian\ifactiirc(l than prejiarcd 

for preservation Free 

Slates, rodliiiK. 2,'' pi r ceiil., iiri;- 
vided that the duty on rootinff 
slate shall not I'xcceil 7'ic. per 
square. 
Slates, sch'V)! and writiiiK'.... 25 

Slute Pencils 25 

Slate mantels and manufactures 

of. n.e.s 30 

Sle<l»re8 30 

Sleifjhs 25 

Soap, connnoti or liiiUidry, Ic. 

per 11). 
Soap, (liistile, Mottled or White, 
2c. per 11). 



30 
35 



II c. ail mil. 

80041, n e.s 35 

Soap jiowders, other, and i)ear- 

line 

Socks or StockinK'8 of all kiiLds. . 
Soda Ash t'austic in drinns ; 
Mlicate in crystals or in solu- 
tion; bi<'hromate nitrate or 
cubic nitre, s.alsoda, sidpliate 
of soda.arseniate, binarseniate, 
bisidphate, chlorate, chloride ; 
sodium, sulphide of, and stan- 

nate of soda, , Free 

Soda, Hicarbojiate of 20 

Soda, Nit rit e of Free 

Solder 30 

Soups 25 

Soy 35 

Spectacles and Kye (Masses 30 

Spectacles, and Kye (ilass frames, 

and nu'tal jiarts thereof 20 

Spelter of xinc in blocks and 

y\i^ Free 

SperiniK'eti 20 

Sl)i(.'es of all kinils, except Mace 

and Nutmeffs, un^rroiind 12^ 

Spices, f,roinid 25 

Spices, Mace and NutmeLfs 25 

Spirituous or alcoholic licjuors 
distilled from any material, or 
containing, or (^ompoimded 
from or with distilled s])irits 
of any kin<l and any mixture 
thereof with water, for e\ery 
(fallon thereof of the strenjrth 
of i>roof, and when of a (greater 
strenyth than that of jjroof at 
the siime rate on the increased 
qunntiiy that there would be 
if the licpiors were reduce<l to 
the strength of proofi When 
the liquors are of less strength 
than that of jiroof, the duty 
shall be at the rate herein pro- 
vided, but computed on a re- 
duced quantity of the licpiors 
in proportion to the lesser de- 
gree of slaenifth : provided, 
however, l,iiat no reduction in 
quantity shall be comi>uted or 
made on any liquors below the 
strenuth of Vi \n'V cent., imder 
prouf, but all sucli lifpiors sh.'ill 
l)e comiMitedas ot the streiihih 
of 15 per c. tmder ])roof as 
follows, vi/ : — 

Kthyl alcohol or the substance 
commonly known as alcohol, 
hy<lrated oxide of ethyl, or 
spirits of wine ; ;,'in of all 
kinds. II e.s. ; rum, whiskey, 
and all siiiritiious or alcoholic 
liquors, n.o.p. S'Ji.40 per jral. 
Aniyl alcohol or fusil oil, or 
any stibstance known as 
potato spirit or (Kitato oil, 
*2. 10 iier ual. 
Methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, 
>v<)od naphtha iiyroxylic 
si)irit. or any suhstance known 
as wood spirit or methylated 
spirit ; ahsinilic, arrack or 
palm sjiirit, hnindy inciudinf; 
artilii'inl braiidv anil imita- 
tions of brandy: cordials anrl 
li(iueurs of all kinds, ii,e s, ; 
mescal, iiiihpic. nun shrub, 
wJiieilam and ot licrscbnapps 
tatia, aiiunstura, and similar 
alcoJiolic bitters f)r tever- 

aKcs #-,-)o peri-al. 

Spirits iiid stiony; watiMs of 
any kind iiii\ed willi any 
inureditnt or innredients 
as bcinu'' or known or de- 
signaled as aiK dynes, elixirs, 
e8seiict\s, extracts, lotions, 



^ c. ad val. 

tinctures, or medicines, or 
medicinal wines (so-called), 
or ethereal and spirituous 
fruit essences, ii,e.s, Si2.40 

jier Kill, and 30 

Alcoholic ])erfunies and per- 
fumed spirits, bay rum, col- 
ojfiie and lavender waterH, 
hair, tooth and skin washes 
and other toilet |)rep;iratioiiF 
containing sjiirits of any 
kind, when in bottles or flasks 
contain. n(f not more than 4 

oz. ea 'b 50 

When in bottles, llasks or 
other packaj;es containiiijf 
more than4oz. ea., >2.40 

per jral. and 40 

.Vitroiis ether, sweet spirits of 
nitre and aromatic spirits 
of ammonia, 82.41) per jral. 

and 30 

Vermouth,conlaininf;Tiot more 
than 30 jier cent.. and j,'inKer 
wine, containinj; not more 
than 20 per cent, of jiroof 
spirits, OOc. per K^il. ; if con- 
taininir more than these per- 
ceiita^fes, respectively, of 
))roof s])irits, S2.40 per j<al. 
In all cases where the strength 
of any of the fore^joinjr arti- 
cles cannot be correctly as- 
certained by the direct ap- 
plication of the hydrometer 
or tfravity bottle, it shall be 
ascertained iiy the distilla- 
tion of a sanqile, or in such 
other manner a'l the Control- 
ler of Customs may direct. 

Sponges 20 

Spurs and Stilts, used in the 

manufacture of eirthenware. . Free 
Scpiai'e Heeds and raw. hide cen- 
tres, textile leather or rubber 
heads, thumbs and tips, and 
steel, iron, or nickel caps for 
whip ends, when iin])orted by 
whip n»aniifacturers for use in 
the manufacture of whijis in 

their own factories Free 

Starch, incluiliiiji farina, corn 
starch or flour. aii<l all prepar- 
ations havii)','- the qualities of 
starch, Uc. iier lb., the weight 
of the package to be included 
in the weijfht for duty. 
Stereotyiies, see Klectrotyjies. 
Stockinettes for the manufac- 
ture of ni'.iber boots and shoes, 
for use exclusively in tlieman- 
ufactuie thereof in their own 

factories 15 

Stones, burr, in blocks, rouy:h or 
unmanufactured and not boiiiio 
up or (irepared for bindinjf 

into millstone Free 

Stone, tla^rstones, sandstone, and 
all buijiliiii;- stone, not hani- 
niercdorcbisc'llcil ; and marble 
„iiil izraiiite, rouuli, not ham- 
mered or c-bis"Ilcd 15 

Stone, marlilc and i;ranile. sawn 
only ; tlairstone iiinl all other 
buildilii,'' stone dressei' ; anil 

paviiij;' blocks of stone 20 

Stone, litboniMphic, notenjrraved 20 
Stone, '.irindstoncs, not niounted 
and .lot less than 30 inches in 

diamelcr 15 

Stone, i^rindstoncs, n.e.s 25 

!straw an.l manufactures of, 

n.e.s 2(1 

Straw Hoaiils in sheets or r^Us, 

plain or tarred 25 

Sugar of Milk 20 



80' 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1000 



V c. ml val. 

Suirar of Milk Tahlets, not fur- 
ther sweuti'tied '3i 

Siitfar, tfliu'osu or >;ra|>e siijfar, 
3 cent JHT pound. 

Su^far, all above No. Iti Dutch 
standard in colour, and all re- 
fined su};arsof whatever kinds, 
tfraiies or standards, lestiny; 
not more Ihan Sfi deirrces by 
tlie iiolariscoiu', ?:1.(I8 \<vr lob 
Ihs., and for ea<'li adililional 
(U'tfree l.U'. jier IIMI lbs. Frac- 
tions of ,;, of a de;;rce or It-ss 
not to be subject to dul,\ , anil 
fractions (if more than ,;, to lie 
dutialile as a dejjfree 

Hu>;ar, .Maple '20 

Sujfiir, n.e.s., not above No. 1(1 
Dutch standard in colour, 
sui;ar draininus, or puinpint;s 
drained in transit, mehulo, or 
eoticentrale i melado. tank 
bottoms and sufjar concrete, 
testiiijj: not more than 75 
de^jrees by the polariseope, 
4tk'. per Ido llis., an<l f(U' each 
adilitional de;;ree l.U'. ]ier loo 
lbs. Fractions of ,-,■, "f a deu'ree 
or less not to be subject to 
duty, and fractions of more 
than I'fi ff '"' dutiable as a 
de^jree. The \isual )>ackaaes 
in which imported to be free. 

Suifar Candy, brown or white, 
and Confectionery, ini'ludinij 
sweetened ifums, candied peels, 
andpop c(jrn, .U'. per 11). and 3."i 

Sujfar Heit Seed Free 

Siilphate of Iron (Copperas) and 
Sulphate of Copper (Mine Vit- 
riol) Free 

Sulphur and Hrimstone, in roll 
or Hour Free 

Sulphuric ether and chloroform, 
and solutions of peroxides of 
hydrosfcn 2.") 

Surirical and dental instruments 
of all kinds Fret 

SuriricaJ l)elts or trusses and 
suspensory bandaires of all 
kinds.. . .'. ;;() 

Syr\ip, (Ibicose Syrup and Corn 
Syrup, or any Syrups contain- 
\uti any adiuixture thereof, 
ic. per 11). • 

Syrups — See Molasses. 

Tags, tin, for plutr toba«oo ... i'5 
Ta+r^finj,', Metal, iilain, japanned 
or coated, in coiLs, not over IJ 
inches in width, when imp. by 
mamifs. of .Shoe and Corset 
Laces, for use in their fa( tories Free 

Tails, \indroMsed Fre« 

Tallow ami Stearic Acid 2U 

Tallow Oil -JO 

Tape .Measures 2;') 

Tapioca '2.') 

Taraxicuni Root Free 

Tarpaulin, Cottf)n, plain or 
coateil with oil, (laint, tar or 

other composition 30 

Tar (I'iru'), in iiacka^es of not 
less than fifteen j;allons each . . Free 

Tarred Taper 2.'i 

Tawsi Is :i5 

Tea l.cad Free 

Teas and (Jreen CotTccs import- 
ed direct from the country of 
Ifrowth and jiroduciion, and 
tea ami i;rcen ( olTees pur- 
chased in bond in the Cfiited 
Kinu<lom, i)ro\idi<il there is 
satisfactory proof that tlie 
tea or (.'otree so purchased in 
bond is such asi mit^ht be 



V c. ad val. 
entered for home consump- 
tion in the United Kinu- 

• lom Free 

Tea and (Jreen Coffee, n.e.s 10 

Tea.sels Fre« 

Telephones and TclcKraph In- 
struments ; tele>rraph, tele- 
pho!ie and I'leetricliffhtcables; 
electric and jjalvanic batteries, 
electric motors, (fenorators, 
dynamos, sockets and electric 

aj)paralus, n.e.s 2.') 

Telescopes 2 ') 

Tents and Awninifs .'1.5 

Terra .laponica, Uamhier or 

Cutch Free 

Terra Cotta panels, tnouldin^^s 

and cornices 30 

Terraline, N'luses and I'laipies . . :>5 

Thermometers, all kinds 2.'> 

Terra Alba 20 

Thimble.s, steel 30 

Thimbles, brass 30 

Thread, Linen, n.e.s 25 

Tin, in lilocks, |)i|.;s, bars A sheets, 
and jilates and tinfoil and tin 

strip w aste Free 

Tin, Crystals and Tea Lead .... Free 
Tin I'lates in sheets or strips, de- 
corated 25 

Tin Whisk Holders, lacqu<.>re<l .. 25 

Tiiuied Iron Kettle Kars 30 

Tinware stamped, japanned ware 

and ;ralvanize<l iron ware 25 

Tinw'ire, and manufactures of 

tin, n.e.s , 25 

Tob.acco, Ciirars and Cifrarettes, 
includini; paper coverin;;, ;J3 

per lb. an<l 25 

Tobaifo manufactureii .•uulSiuifT 

n.e.s 50c. per lb. 

Tobacco, cut 55c. |>er Ih. 

Tobacco, unmamifactiired, for 
excise purjwses, iin<ler condi- 
tions of the Inland Kevenue 
Act. 
Tobacco Tipes of all kinds, 
pijx; mounts, cikiit and cijjar- 
ette holdei's luxl caaes for the 

same 35 

Tobacco I'ouches 35 

Tools, mechajiics', of all kinds, 

n.e.s 30 

Tools of trade, occupation or 
employment, in the actual 
possession at the time of a 
workman arri\inir in Canada, 
for his jiersonal use, and 
which have been Ixnia Jiili' in 

use |>ie\ iously by him Free 

Towels of e\ery dettcription 3n 

Towel racks and rollers , 30 

Tovs, all kinds and materials . . . 35 

Tracing Cloth 30 

Travellers' Hi^f^rii^r*'. under nj^u 
lations to be i>rescribed by the 

Min'ster of (.'usfcoms Free 

Trees n.e.s Free 

Treenails Free 

TriiK.li 25 

Trunks' 30 

Trunk Trimmin^.'s 3(1 

Tiirnieh*' Free 

Turpentine, raw or crude Free 

Turpentine, Spirits tf 5 

Turtles Free 

Twine 'or harvest hinders, of 
hemp jute, manilla or sisal, 
and ni nianilla and sisal mixed. Free 

Twine, maniif. of, n.o.|) 30 

Tv|H', for ])rintinj,' 20 

Tviie .Metal 10 

Ty)ie Writer 25 

Typewrit<.'rs, Tablets with nii/v- 
alile litfures, (ieojrraphicc.l Map 
aiid Musical I nstrument^.wheii 



V c. ml val. 
imported by and for the us« of 
schools for the blind, and he- 
iiiK and remaining; the sole 
property of the ^'overning 
bodies of .said schools, and not 
of private individuals, the 
above particulars to be veri- 
fied by special aflidavit on 
each entry when presented Free 

Ultramarine Blue, dry or 
ill pulp .." Free 

I'nibrellas, Parasols and .Sun- 
shades of all kinds and ma- 
terials 35 

I'mbrclla and I'iirasol, steel and 
iron or brass ribs, runners, 
rini.'s, ca])s, notches, tin ca|)B 
and ferrules, for the use of 
nianufiu'turers of \nnbrellas. . . Free 

Umbrella, I'arasol, and Sunsliade 
sticks or handles, in the rou^h, 
not further manufactured 
than cut into suitable leuK-lhs. Free 

rnibrella, I'arasol and Sunshade 
sticks or handles, n.e.s 20 

Unenumerated .\rticle8 20 

Vaccine and Ivory Vac- 
cine Points Free 

\'alerian Root Free 

Varni.shcs, n.e.s., 20('. per gal. 
and 20 

Varnish, black and bright for ship 
use Free 

Viu'iiish and Colours ground in 
spirits .*1.]2A i>er gal. 

Vivseline,and all similar prei)ara- 
tions of petrole(nn for toilet, 
nie<licituil or other purposes. 

Vases, glass, i>lain or fancy 

Vases, China and rorcelain 

Vases, Kartheiiware 

Vegetables, n.o.p 

Vegetables, Sweet I'ott-ioes and 
Yams 10c. per bush. 

Vegetables, Tomatoes, fresh, 90c. 
])er bush, and 

Vegetables, Toinatoi" and other 
vegetables, including Corn and 
Baked lieans, in cans or other 
packag*^!, n.e.s. . . lie. per lb. 
tlie weight of the «ins or other 
packages to be included in the 
weight for duty 

\'egetable8, ( inioiis, setsfor plant- 
ing, not lit for t^kblc use 25 

Velveteetus, ;md Cotton Velvets 
and Cotton Plush 30 

Veneers of Wood, not over ,', of 
an inch in tliickness 7J 

Vel(X'ipe<les 30 

VeiM-frs, Ivorj', sawn only Free 

Veneers, Ivory, other, n.e.s 20 

Vents, Fireclay Chinmey Linings 
glazed or unglazed 35 

Verdigris orsul. ac'te cop'rfdry)Free 

Vinegar, 15<! pt r imp. gal., of 
any strength not exceeding 
the strenglb. of [iroc', and for 
each degree of strength in ex- 
cess of the strength of proof, 
an additional duty of 2 cents. 

Vices 30 

Wagons (trei!.'lil), drays, 

sleighs, and similar vehicles. . 25 
Wall Decorations, Lincrusta 

Walton 35 

Walking Sticks and Canes a< all 

kinds, n.e.s 30 

Watches 26 

Watch Cases 30 

Watcli, com)>osition metal for 
the mumifacture of filled gold 
watch cases 10 



35 
20 
30 
30 
25 



10 



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1900] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



81 



id val. 
of 

)e- 
ole 

lot 
he 
!ri- 
on 
Free 



or 



. Free 



3f. 



V c. oil val. 

Watch Keys 25 

Watch actioiitj or inoveinciits .... 10 

Water Meters : SO 

Wax, heeti 10 

Wax, I'araftnie, and Atiimal 
Stearitie of nil kinds, 'Jc. per lli. 
Wax, iiiaimfact.ure.s of, other... "20 

Welihiiij;, elastic "i'l 

Wel)l)in^', iioti-elastic 2(i 

Whale Hone, iimiiaiiiifactured. . Free 
Whale Itotie, m muf res of, ii.e.s. 20 
Wheat, 12c per Imshe!. 
Wheat Flour, iiicludiiii; tliediil\ 

on ihe bill,, (iOc. per hhl. 
Wheels, jiarts of, Iluhs it Spokes, 

in the rou(jfh Free 

Wheelliarrows .•Jn 

Whips, of all kinds, includiiiy' 

thoiiifs and lashes 'iit 

Whitiii),' or Whiteninir, tt'l'lcvs' 
Whit inn ami Faris Wliite .... Free 

Willow for basket makers Free 

Willow and Osier Works, n.e.s.. 25 

Window Curtain Foles 30 

Window Hlind Hollers, finished 

or mounted Sfi 

Window shades in the piece, or 
cut and hemmed or mounted 

on rollers, n.e.s 3;') 

Window Shades, made of paper. S.'i 
Wines of all kinds, except spark- 
ling wines, includinjr oran!,'e, 
lemon, strawherrv, rasji- 
h.'-vry, elder and currant, coii- 
tainiiifT 2ti'^ or less of spirits 
of strenjjth of proof imported 
in wood or bottles 2.")C per l.ti.A. 30 
Wines tor every deK'ree above 26 
up to 41) p. c., 3c more for each 

dei{ree of strengt h and 30 

Champauneaiid all other spark- 
linjf wines, in bottlescoiitain- 
imr each not more than I (|t. 
and more than 1 pt., ;S3.30 
per dozen bottles. 
In bottles, containinjjf not more 
than a pint and more than 
one-half pint, iil.CK) per doz. 
In bottles, coniaininif one-half 
pint each or less, 82c per doz. 
In bottles, eontainini; n\ore 
than one (piart each shall 
pay, 111 addition to i?3.3U per 
doz. bottles, at the rale of 
$\.{i:> per gallon on the (pian- 
tity in excess of one ((uart 
per bottle, the ipiarts and 
pints in each case beinu; old 
wine measure ; in addition 
to the above .^|)ecilic duty, 
there shall be an ittl Vdhrein 
duty of :!0 per cent. 
Hut any licjuurs imported un- 
der the name of wine, and 
coniain'nfi' Uiore thai; 4(1 per 
cent, of spiiit.-iof proof, shall 
be rated fcr duty as uiienu 
merated spirits. 
Wire, barbed wire and '.xalvan- 
ized wire for tencinff, Nos. 9, 

12 and I '! i,'au;,'e Free 

Wirt, brass, |)lain 10 

Wire, brass rods cut to special 

lenu'th 30 

Wire, Burktborii and Strip Fenc- 
ini;, ui)\eii wire fi'in'lni;', and 
wire fencint; "f iron or steel, 

n.e.s ITi 

Wire, cable 20 

Wire (loth of brass or copper.. . 25 

Wire ("loth, iron or stee. 30 

Wire cldllies line . . 25 

Wire, copper, plain, tinned or 

plated 15 

Wire, covered with cotton, linen, 

silk or other material 30 

(> 



V e. ad val. 

Wire, Crucible Cast .Steel Free 

Wire Ferrules, iron, steel or 
brass . 30 

Wire, flat strip and Hat steel, 
when inijiorted into (.'anada 
by manufacturers of buck- 
thorns, plain strip feru'ini;, and 
barbed fencin;,' wire of iron or 
steel, for iisi; in their own 
factories in the manufacture 
thereof Free 

Wire. Iron nr Steel, atid all other 
kinds, n.e.s . . 20 

Wire nailsof all kinds, ijc. perlb. 

Wireof iron, steel, brass, zinc, flat- 
tened or corruirated, screwed 
or twisted, for use in connec- 
tion with nailiny: machines 
tor the maiiufaciurt! of boots 
and shoes, when iiiiporte<l by 
manufacturers of boots and 
shoes, to be used for such pur- 
poses only ill their own fac- 
tories Free 

Wire phosphor, bronze blocks, 
sheets and wire 10 

Wire, picture or other twisted 
wire 25 

Wire, I'latinuin Sheets ; retorts, 
pans, condensers, tuldiif,' and 
pipe made of |ilatiniiui, import- 
ed by nianufact'ersof sulphuric 
acid for use in the manf. or 
concentration of sulphuric 
acid . .yree 

Wire l{i)ff.'in(f for ships and ves- 
sels Free 

Wire Rods, lirass, (Copper, Iron 
or Stei'l, rolled round, under | 
of an inch in diawiLter, when 
imported by wire manufac- 
turers niakint; wire for use 
ill their own factories Free 

Wire Hope, of iron and steel, 
n.o.p 25 

Wire Screw Hooks and F^yes 
(iron) 30 

Wire, Soft Drawn Uessemer 
siirintr steel wire of Nos. 10, 12 
and l;i .i;iun;e, ai.d Homo 
sprini; steel wire "f Nos. 11 and 
12 ffauLTe respet :• eiy, when 
ini))orted by manufacturers of 
wire mattresses, to be used in 
their own factories Free 

Will , stranded or twisted 25 

Wire Window Screens 30 

Wire work, and manfs. of Iron 
Wire, 11. e. 8 ;>0 

Wood. Conl Wood Free 

Wood I'uriiiture, house, cabinet 
or office, incliidiiiy bedsteads, 
hair, siiriii;; and other mat- 
tre.sses, bolsters and pillows, 
anil picture frames 30 

Wood Caskets and Cotflus 25 

Wood fur fuel Free 

Wooden .Mallets 30 

Wood rumi>s 25 

Wood, Hubs, Spokes, l'"elloesaiid 
parts of Wheels, rouj^h hewn or 
sawn only '''rce 

Wood, Kelioes if Hickory, rouifh 
sawn t" sbai>e only or rou«:h 
sawn ano bent to shape, not 
planed, smootlu.il or otherwise 
manufactured Free 

WiHvl, Sawed boards, planks 
and deals, pl.iiicd or clressed 
on one or both sides, when the 
edyes thereof are pointed or 
tonuued and ffrooved 25 

Wciiid, Shiiiules Free 

Wood, Fills, Tubs and ("hums, 
brooms, washboards, jiouiid- 
ers and rolliiif; pins 2,1 



V c. ad, val. 

Wood Pulp 25 

Wood, manufactures of, n.e.s. .. 25 

Wood, Lumberaiid Timber, man- 
ufactured 20 

Wood veneers of not over ^'.y of 
an inch in thickness .'. . . 7J 

Woo.l, 1) shovel handles wholly 
of wood, and .Mexican saddle 
trees and si irrups of wood .... Free 

Wood, timberor lumber or wood, 
viz., lumber and timber planks 
and boarils of amaranth, coco- 
boial, boxwood, cherry, chest- 
nut , walnut, tfum wood, mahoff- 
aiiy, ))itcli pine, ro.sewood, san- 
<lalw(jod, .sycamore, .Spanish 
cellar, oak, hickory, white- 
wood, African teak, black 
heart ebony, lii,'iiuiii \il:e, red 
cedar, redwood, satinwood, 
anil white ash, «lieii not other- 
wise mamifac.Mired than rough 
sawn or sjilit orcreosoted, vul- 
canized or treated by any ot her 
preserving process ; .sawed or 
s))lit boards, planks, deals and 
other lumber when not further 
manufactured than dres.sed on 
one side only or creosoted, 
vulcanized or treated by any 
preserving process; pine. and 
spruce clapboards; limber or 
lumber, hewn or sawed, squar- 
ed or sided or creosoted ; laths, 
yiickets and palings ; staves not 
listed or jointed of wood of all 
kinds ; firewood, handle, head- 
ing, stave, and shingle bolts, 
hop ])oles, fence ))osts, railroad 
ties; hubs for wheels, posts, 
last blocks, wagon, oar, gun, 
heading and all like blocks or 
sticks, rough hewn or sawed 
only ; felloes of hickory wood, 
rough sawn to shape only, or 
rough sawn and V)ent to shape, 
not planed, smoothed or other- 
wise manufactured; hickory 
billets, and hickory lumber, 
sawn to shape for spokes of 
wliei'ls, but not further iii.an- 
ufarlurcd; hickory spokes, 
rough turned, not tenoned, 
mitred, throated, faced, sized 
cut to length, round tenoned or 
polished ; the wood of the per- 
simmon and dogwood trees; 
and logs and round manufac- 
tured timber, ship timber or 
ship planking, not specially 
enumerated or provided for in 
this Act Free 

Wool and the hair of the camel, 
alpaca, goat, or other like 
animals, not further jirepared 
than washed, n.e.s.; and wor- 
sted tops and noils, being the 
short, wool which falls fnim the 
combs in worsted factories. . . Free 

Wool and woolen manf. of fabrics, 
manufactures, wearing app:'- 
ri'l and ready-made clothing, 
composed wholly or in part of 
wool, worsted, the hair of the 
alpaca, goat or other like 
animal, n.e.s. ; blankets, bed 
loniforters or count criianes, 
tiannels cloths, doeskins, cas- 
simeies, tweeds, coatings, 
incicoatings and felt cloth, 
n.e.s 35 

Wool knitted goods, ui.dersbirls 
and drawers, and hosiery of all 

kinds, n.e.s 35 

Wool, viz: Leicester, Cotswold, 
Lincolnshire, Southdown comb- 



82 



CANADIAN TAUIFF OF CUSTOMS — KXCISK TAHIIF. 



[1900 



V f. ad val. 
itijr wools, or Wools kiionn as 
lustre wools, iiiid otliur like 
coiiiliiii^ wools, such as are 
ifrowii ill Canada, M'. yer ll>. . . 
Worsted toi)s made from stieh 
wools as ari' mtiitioiied in the 

next )ireeedii!«: item . . 1.') 

Wool Noils I'Vee 

Woollen Shawls and shawlsof all 

kinds ;iO 

Woollen Socks and Stockinjjs. , . Sft 

Woollen Waste t'ree 

WriiiLTers, clothes, for <lomestic 

uss, and parts thereof ;5."i 

Wool, women's uikI childicirs 
dress floods, coal liiiin^rs. Ital- 
ian cloths, aljiai'as, oileaiis, 
cashmeres, henrieltas, scrjres, 
Imntiiifrs, nun's cloth, l>cii;,'a- 
liiies, whipcords, twills, jilains 
or jac(n ards of similar fabrics, 
comjiosed wliolh or in iiart of 
wool, worsted, the hair of the 
camel, alpaca, i;oal, or like 
animal, not excccdini; in 
weifrht si\ ounces to llu'S(|Uii re 
vard, when imported in the 
(::ray or unfinished state for 
the ]>urpose of heini; dyed or 
fiirisiied in Canada, utidcr such 
rei;ulatioiis as arc established 
bv the Coveriior in Council. . . SS 

Xyolite, or Celluloid, in sheets, 
lumps or blocks, in the ronjrh 
n.e.8 Kree 

Yarns, Cotton ami Cotton 
Warps, dyed or und,\cd, n.e.s. '>:> 

Yarn.s, comiiosed wholly or in 
pari of wool, worsted, tlie h;dr 
of the alpaca, t^oat or like ani- 
mal oostiiifj UUc. per lb. and 
over, when imported on the 
cop, tube or in the hank 
by niaiinfacturers of woollen 
(foods for use in their (iroducis 2(1 



' V c. ad val. 

Yarn, jute, tla\ or hemp .\urn, 
plain, d\ed or colotired, julc 
cam as, not juesscd or calcn 
ilereii, when imported by the 
inainifactiircrs of carpets, rui;s 
anil mats, jute webbintr oi jute 
cloth, haiiunocks, twines ami 
floor oil cloth, for use in the 
manufacture of oran.\ (;f these 
articles only, in their own 

factories Free 

Yarns, Woollen and Worsted, 

ti.e.s ;iu 

Yarn, spun from the hair of the 
Alpaca or Aiiniira (Joat, when 
imi)orl d by manufacturers of 
liraids, for use exclusively in 
their factories in the inauufac- 
ture of such braidsoidy, under 
»{\v\\ reyulalions as may be 
adopted by the Controller of 

I Customs Free 

Yarns, Cotton No. W and finer. .Free 

Yarn, (uiir Free 

Yarn of wool or worsted, when 
(fenapjied, d.\ed ami fiiiislied, 
and iiniiorteil by the maiinfs. 
of braids, cords, tassels an<l 
frin<rcs,forusein their factories 
in the manufacture of such 

arti"les only Fret 

, Varus, Mohair Free 

i Yeast, Compressed \enst, not 
over fifty j)ounds wci<,'ht the 
weijrhl of the jiackaije to be in- 
cluded in the weiffhl for duty 
ti cts. (per lb. 
Yeast Cakes and liakint; I'ow- 
ders, the weii;ht of the pack- 
airetdbe included in the weight 

of duty <ic. per lb. 

Yeast, Compressed, in bulk or 
j mass of not less tlian fifty 

I pounds ;ic. jper lb. 

I Yellow .Metal, in Holts, Htu's and 

I for Sheathinjr Free 



V ('. (Ill I'll/. 

Zinc, salts of Free 

/inc, in blocks, pitfs and Sheets. Free 
Zinc, seamless drawn tubin;; . . . . Free 

Zinc manufactures of, n.e.H 26 

Zinc plates Free 

Zinc si>eller Free 

All (foods not enumerated as 
charjfcd with an\ duty of (Justonia 
and not declared free of duty, shall 
betbai'Ljed with a dut.\ of 2U ))er cent. 
nd mini ('III. when importt>d into 
Caniula, or taken out of warehouse 
for consi.miition therein. 

SCllKDI'l.K I». 

UlilTlSII I'lil-.hKliKNIIAl. TMIIKK. 

On articles entitled to the bene- 
fits of this preferential tariff under 
section seveTiteen, the duties nu'ii- 
tioned ill schedule A shall be reduced 
as follows; The reduction shall be 
one-fourth of the duly mentioned in 
.schedule A, and the duly to be le\ i( d, 
collci'tcd and paid shall be tliiee- 
foiirths of the dul.\ mentioned in 
schedule A. 

I'ri.N i<led, however, I bat this reduc- 
tion shall not ap|)ly to any of the 
followiii(r articles and that such 
articles shall in all cases be subject 
lolhcdulies nieiilioned in schedule 
.\, \ iz. : wines, mall licjuors, spirits, 
spiriluo.is liipiors, li(|uid medicines 
.ind articles con ! ai n iii(f alcohol; 
tobacco, cigars and cicaietles. 

I'rovidcd furlber. thai the reduc- 
tion sh.dl onl\ a]>i)ly to refined su(rar, 
when c\ideiice satisfactory to the 
Miiiisier of Customs is furnished 
that such refined sui.;a; has been 
manufactured wholl.\ from raw suiiar 
Itroduced in the lirilish colonies or 
possessions. 



ARTICLES PROHIBITED TO BE IMPORTED INTO CANADA. 



Hooks, printed jiapers, drawinifs, 
paintin(rs, prints, jphotonraiihs or 
representations ot any kind of o 
treasonable or seditious, or of an 
immoral or indecent character. 

Reprints of Canadian co(iyri;,dir 
works, aiifl reprint-, of liriiish co)>y- 
riifht works which have been also 
copyrisfbtcd in Can.ada. 

Coin, b.ase or counterfeit. 

Goods manufactured or jiroducerl 
wholly or in )iart l.'.v (u-ison labor, or 
which have lieen made within or in 
connection with any prison, jail or 
penitentiary. Also <roods similar in 
character to those produced in such 



institutions, when sold or ■■ITered 
for sale b\ any |iersoii, firm or cor- 
pfuation luninif a contract for the 
manufacture of such articles in such 
in-^l itutions or by an.v adcnt of such 
licr^on, linn or cor|)oiaiioii, or when 
such L'oods were <iiiifinall\ pur- 
chased from or transferrei', b,\ auy 
such con I factor. 

Oleomarirarine, Hutterine, or simi- 
lar substitutes for butter 

l!a(.'-s from Kurojie, exci lit (Ireat 
liritain. 

Tea adulterated w itli s]utrious leaf, 
or with exhausted leaves, or which 
contains so jfrcat "'i admixture of 



chemical or other deleterious sub- 
stances as lo make it iiufit for tise. 

The imiiortalio;. into Canada or 
;ui,\ uoods i numerated. <!c>cribed ot 
referred lo in schedule C to this .\c- 
is luohibited ; and aii.s such i^oods 
im]ioitid shall thereby become for- 
feited to the Crown and shall be 
destroyed (M' othei u isc dealt with as 
the .Minister of Customs directs; 
and an,\ iieison im|iorlin(t any such 
prohibited yoods, or causinir or per- 
mittin;.' Ihciii lo be importeil. shall 
for each offence incur a iienalt.\' not 
exccedinir two liiindred dollars. 



EXCISE TARI 

Spirits— i 

When made from raw ;rriin, per proof jrall SI '.)() \ 

When made from malted liarley, " .... 1 i):'. j 
When made from molasses or other sweetened 

matter, per proof nail 1 . ' 

M.alt, per lb OU 

Malt liipior, when nuule in whole or part from any 

other substance than malt, jier (fall (I HI 

Vineirar, (ler i"-oof irall <i (It 

Acetic acid, )ier proof (fall 0* 

Tobtvoco, per lb (12") 

Cigarettes, from doniestii! leaf, weijfhinjf not more 

than 3 lbs. |ier M., per thousand 1 "lU 

Cijfarettes, from foreisfii leaf, wci(,diimf not more 

than l{ lbs. per M., per thousand .'< (.Mi 

Ci(?arettes, from any leaf, weijfhinif more than 3 

lbs. per M., per thousand S 00 



FF, CANADA. 

Foreij. ;■ ri ■ leaf lo.iacco, uiislemincd, per lb... $0 1(1 
sienimcd " .... U 

A»"| -i^ rbic ; toba ■' ^ ini|iorteil and w irehoused 
i..';oi to ,!'iiy Is'. ls;.7. 

"oiia' c'., uif le froi.i C vii rtiari lefll, .rib 06 

ill., .J I v,i V,: lob i"'0, )>cr lli . 06 

.•■iii itf, vli'Ui colli iM.ini; not more 'ban 40 per cent. 

of 'lioi'jttire, or when containi e; o\er 40 per 

• I .. o'' ."ois' 're and put u)) i i packajfes of 

It. - D.'iiii ". bs. . auh (Tib 16 

Snuff, moisL '..I .r conta.i;!!",'- over 4o per cent, of 
..-is! ;e ..I]'! when ill pku'csof o lbs. and over, 

j.cf : 18 

Ciifars, Iroin .-..ireiifti leaf, per .M 6 00 

Citfars, from Canadian leaf, per M 3 00 

Citfars, from any leaf, w hen put uji in pk^reB of 

less than 10 each, per M 7 00 



1900 



VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS IN CANADA FOR CUSTOMS PURPOSES. 



88 



COUNTIIV. 



VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS IN CANADA FOR CUSTOMS PURPOSES. 

Coins. 



Sta.ndaiui. ! 



monktary 
Unit. 



!r. 



Arjct'iitiiie ReiMihlic. . . Gold and Silver. iPeso 



Aiisti'ia-lliiii''-ary (Jold 



Bt'li;iniu, . 
Boli\ ill . . 
Brazil . . . . 



Crown 



(1(.1(1 and Silver. Kranc . . . . 

.Silver lioliviano. 

(Jold Mihfis . . 



Cen. American Siati's: I 

Oi.sia lUra j(i()ld .Colon 

tiuati'niala '\\ \ 

Honduras I 1^;, 

Nji'arayna 

Salva<lor M ! 

Chili iOuld I'f.so 



Sliver 



I I'eso 



Valik in 
Canadian 

{y'l'llUKNl'V. 



China 



SilvtT 



Colombia Silver 



rati : 

.•\iMipy 

('union 

Clu'fno 

(Jliin Kiaiii;-. . . 

Fiiihan 

Hailiwan 

(Cnstiinis.) 

lIaiil<o\v 

lliinu' Koni;. . . 
Ninrliwan;.^ . . . 

Nin^pci 

•Shanghai 

Swatow 

Taltan 

Tientsin 

Peso 



•S (i.iKl.ri 
.20.3 



.10.3 
.43.1) 
.54.0 



.40.5 
.43.9 
.36.5 



.-1.0 
.70.8 
.07.0 
.00.3 
.0.">.0 
.72.-i 

.00.4 



Cuba [(toM .'ind Siher. 

Deinnark i(i<)|it 

Kcnador. iSilver 



Kj,'.\ pt . . 



...Gold 



Peso . . 
Crown 
Sucre . 



Pound 

(II HI piastres) . 



Finland |GoId 

France Gnld .ind .Silver. 

German Kmpiro (iold 

Greece MiM and Sih er. 



;Mark. ... 

il'rano . . . . 

I 

IMark.. .. 
hrai'lima . 



Havli 
India 



'Gold and .Silver. 

ISilver 



(ioiirdo. 
ilUipee. 



Italj' |(!old and Silver. 

Japan [Gold and Silver. 



Liberia (iold . . 

Mexico Silver 



YtMi : 
(iold 
Silver 

Dollar.. 

Hollar.. 



Netherlands (iold and Silver 

Norway (iold 

Persia' SMver 



Florin . 

]Cr.iv,ri 
1 Kran . 



Peru Silver . 

Portuu^al Gold . , 

Russia !(!old . , 



Sjiain (iold and Silver. 

Swi'ilen ;G()ld 

.Switzerland (iold and Silv er 



Sol 

.Milreis . 
'Rouble. 



Peseta . . . . 
'('rovvii . . . . 
Franc 



Tripoli 



iSihcr 



TurkPV 'Gold 

Fruuii'ay Hold 

Venezuela Gold and Silver, 



.Mabliub of ■201 

piastres 

Piastre 

peso 

; Bolivar 



(iold, Ar^reiitine (.■*4.S2.4)and J Ai^'entiiie. 

\ Silver, peso and divisions. 

Gold, Former svsleni, 4 lloiins (81.02.9), 8 

florins (S:i.>^r-,'.x), ducat (iii!2.2S.7) and 4 

ducats i:s!».i4.i(). Silver, I and 2 florins. 

I'n .sent system Gold, 20 crowns (^.(i5.2) 

and in crowns (.■*2. 02. (I). 
Gold, 1(1 and 20 francs. Silver, 5 francs, 
'silver, boliviano and divisions. 
|Gol(l, .'i, 10 and 20 milreis. Silver, J, 1 and 

2 mlheis. 

Gold, 2, ."j, 10 and 20 colons (.SO.30.;). 
Silver, .'), 10, 2.') and ■'JO centinios. 

Silver, jieso and divisions. 

(iold. escudo (.<! .82.. 'i), doubloon (i?3 . 6.'i . 0) 
and condor (.S7.'JO.OJ. Silver, peso and 
div isions. 



1)0 


i) 


OcS 


•J 


04 


8 


or, 


.'t 


71 


i 


08 


8 


43 


9 


02 


6 


20 


8 


41 


8 



4.94.3 



.19.3 
.19.3 

.23.8 
.19.3 

.Oti..'') 
.32.0 

.19.3 



.49.8 

1.00.0 
.47.7 



.40.2 
.20.8 
.OS.l 

.43.0 

1.08.0 

.51.5 



.19.3 
.20.8 
.19.3 



.44.2 

.04.4 

1.03.4 

.19.3 



(Jold. condor (80.04.7) and double condor. 

•Silver, iieso. 
(iold, doubloon (85.01 .7). Silver, peso. 
Gold, 10 and -JO crowns, 
(iold, condor (80.114. 7' and double condor. 

Silver siicre and di\ isioiis. 
Gold, pound (100 piastres), 5, 10, 20 and 50 

piastres. Silver, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 

))iastres, 
(iold, 20 marks (.83.85.9), 10 marks (81.93). 
(iold, 5, 10, -ill. .".0 and 100 francs. Silver, 

5 francs. 
Gold, 5, :o and 20 marks, 
(iold, 5, y 20, 50 and 100 drachmas. 

Silver, 5 <lrac)imas. 
jsilver, t;ourde. 

jGold, inoliiir (87.10.5). Silver, rupee and 
! divisions. 
Gold, Ti, 1(1, -JO, 50 and 100 lire. Silver, 5 

lire. 

Gold, 5, 10 and 20 yen. Silver, 10, 20 and 
50 yen. 

Gold, dollar (.80.98.3), 2.\, 5, 10 and 20 

dollars. Silver, dollar (or peso) and 
I divisions. 

Gold, 1(1 Horiiis. Silver, A, 1 and 2^ florins. 
^(iold, 10 and 20 crowns. 
Gold, .t, 1, and 2 tomans (.83,40.9), Silver, 

i, 5, 1, 2, and 5 krans. 
Silver, sol and di\ isions. 
jGold, 1, 2, 5 and |0 tuilieis. 
'Gold, imperial. 15 roubles (.87.71.8) and k 

imperial 7 '. roubles (.83.85.9). Silver, J, I 

and 1 rouble. 
(jtold, 25 jiesctas. Silver, 5 (lesetas. 
Gold, 1(1 and 20 crowns, 
(iold, 5, 10, 20, 5(1 and loO francs. Silver, 

5 francs. 



Gold, 20, 50, 100, 250 and 5(io jiiasires. 
j(iold, )ieso. Silver, peso and divisions. 
jGold, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 10<J bolivars. .Silver, 
I 5 bolivars. 



BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES. 



PliAfKH. I 


VAMKM op BAXKH. 1 


MA.SACIKll OK AUKNT. ' 


' PLACKH 


NAMKH (IK llANKH. 


MANAOKR OR AdKNT. 


Ailsa Craij,'. . . 


•<ian(i:inl 


!>. A. Ma<'l.ellaii, Act. 


Chariot tetcwn 


Mer<'hants, il. . . 


W. 1', .Mitchell. 


Alhcrton.l'KI 


M.'iiliiinis'1'.K.I 


C. .1. Stewart. 


" 


.\o\a Scot i.i .... 


II ..\. Biehardson. 


Alexandria . 


I Hum 


.1. i;. I'loctor, 


(;hatliam,0. . . i 


(Ninmieree 


.). K. Thomas. 


' ' 


c II t awa 


1 .Martin. 


i " •■■' 


' .Mereliants' . . 
.Montreal 


\V, Priiiyle. 


Allistoii 


Onlario 


1. .Morris. 


II. P. B. (ilass. 


Almonte. 


Mon rial 


i;. \V lru\ers. 


j " ... standard 


d. P. Schollield. 


Ah msiun ... 


Molsons 


T. A. (i. (iordoii. 


.Chalhani, N.B 


^lOiilreal 


P. Iv Winslow. 


*' , , . . ! 


.Nk'rclnnts 


(ieo. Parker. 


1 


No\a Seotia. . . . 


If. 11 .\iidersoii. 


Aiiiht'rsl, N.S. 


Nova St'oi ia . . 
llalita\ I'.k. (.'(). 


.iolm .McKeen. 
,1. 11. Morrison. 


Chesley 


Hamilton 


.1. ( '. Tellord. 




.Merchants .... 


.1. R. laltle. 


" 


Mom nal 


.\ .Montizamhert. 


Cheslerville 


Molsons 


11. P. II. Kvans. 


Aiiimpoli-.,N,S 


Nnva Si'otia . 


.1. 11. I.oinhard. i 


Chicoiitimi, 1^1. 


I.a Ban(|, Nat . . 


P. A. I.al.adie. 


• 4 


I nion I'l. of H . . 


!•: |i. .Xrnaiid 


Clinton 


Molsons 


11. C. Brewer. 


Aiili(;oni>ili . . . 


Mtrihani>. li . 


c. !•;, Harris. 


Coalieook. . . . 


K. Tounshiiis. 


B. .\ust In. 


" 


Ilalilii\ r,U. Co. .. 


.1. M. l!roiif,'-h. 


Colioiirj,' .... 


Hominioii 


K. 11. Osier, 


Arnpiior ... 


tlMa«a 

H. N vnicrica. 


(ieraM .larvis. 
.1. I'lan. 


t'olhorne 


Toroiit o 


.1. S. .'skeatV. 


A.sh.TMtt, 15.C'. 


Standard 


C. I.arke. 


Allin, l',.v' 


I>, N. Auu'rn-a. 


.1. .Anderson. 


I 'olhli,.;Woo<l . . 


I iimmeree 


.lames Brulon. 


" 


I nmnifrct' .... 


r. I!. Uillett. 


■ 


TcM'onto 


\V. A. Copelaiid. 


Aui'oia 


Ontario ' 


1>. A. adeliffe. 


'1 'orn«i>.!i 


.Montreal 


B. Mackenzie. 


Aviininnie. . . . 


l»ltawa 


,1. 1). Stewart. 


, " 


Onlaiio 


\. I'ciiin. 


A\ InitT, (»,... 


.Molsons 


11. A. Ainliridae. 


(.."ookshire .... 


1 eople's of 11 . . . 


K. !•; Halls, 


" 


riaili'rs 


U. 1'. Mac.Mahon. 


Cowans\ille. 


K. Tow nsliips . . 


.1. Matkiniion. 


Ayr 


GoinmiTce 


.Iolm \V\llie. 


Cranlirook, BC. 


''oinineree 


.1, W. 11. SiiiMhe, 


Uanie 


Toronio 


.M. .\tklnsoii. 


Cryst.ilCily,.M. 


Cnioii 


II. W. Hellle' Silh.Man 


" 


I'lmmii'i'ct' 


11. .1. tiiaselt. 


I>;.n\i le, t^ . . 


People's of M 


.M. Henry Kiche.v . 


Harr'ytDU.N.S. 


lliilifas Kk.Cii. 


!■■. W. Homer. 


Darlmoiiili.NS fnion of Halifax 


p. O. Uohcrtsoii. 


l{an'.;l<in I'as. 


I'nioii (it Halifax 


I'. Uoliertson. 


I' Miphin. .Mai . 


Oitawa 


.1. B. Irwin 


Haliiiiisl. .N. 1'.. 


.MunOianl-. II 


.1. !•■ I'.arrv. 


Hawson City . . 


Commeree 


11. T. Wills. 


ll.ar K'l-, N.S 


Cum 'i.iifWiiid r 


1.. .\ llodiie. 


'■ 


B..\..'\meriea.. . 


I> Hoi- 


r>faulKirnois,lji 


.Merchants , . . 


.1. I.cduc. 


De'hi 


llaiiiilloii 


V. B. Stennett. 


Bedlui-.l.l^... 


K. Tow n^liijis . . 


!•;. \V. Morjfan. 


Delorainc, M . 


Cnion 


K. T. Slew ait. 


BeileviU,-.,.. 


' .Merchants'. . , 


W. Il.imilion. 


l»eseronlo,< hit 


Montreal 


K. W.Taylor. 


"1 


Moid real 


1{. .1. B. Croinliie. 


|)ij;l'.v, .N.S,. , 


No\,i .Seniin . . 


Herheit Orecli, 


t4 


t'oininerce 


C. .M. Stork. 


iiorchester,.NB 


.Merchants, H . 


1!. P. I'osier. 


«t 


Domiiiinii 


.1. W. Murray. 


l>ra\ ton 


Trades 


H. A. .\lallory. 


IJuniioli, i{.('.. 


1!. N. .\merica 




Hresden .... 


e'oininerce 


K. T. .Miisseii. 


Kt-rhn 


" .Merchants . . 


\V. K. Travers. 


Priimiidv'li-(^ .;.,ei|. ' artier . 


.1. K. Giroiiard. 


(i 


I'onnnerce 


W. c. .1. JNimr. 


Hnndas 


Commeree. . 


P. W . llolmested. 


" '.'.'.'.''.'.'. 


Ilamillon 


o. S. Clarke. 


Hiiniiv ille 


Commerce 


li. (i W C molly. 


!i(*r\vi('k \ S 


Com. I'l.of Wind'r 
1 'oiiimi-rce. .... 


11 K. M oslur. 
(J. A. Holland. 


iMirhani 

Dnttoii 


Standard 


.1. Kellv. 


Ulenlitini .... 


Traders 


N. Booker. 


in.Mh ....... 


Ilamillon 


C. 11. lieiiiicit. 


Kdmontoii,.\lli 


Im)ii'rial 


(i. B. P. Kirkpatriek. 


[5oissL'\ iiiii, M 


I iiion 


.1. .1. .Millidue. 


HMmnndston. . 


.Merchants 

People's. Halifax 


,1. S. Willmott. 


BowiM;iii\ illt.'. . 


! intario 


(Jeorue .McCill. 


T. .1. ('ochraii. 


*' 


standard 


\V. .1. .lones. 


Ki^ain ille 


Merchants 


P, A. \V. I.ister. 


|{ract*lni»itr<-' ■ ■ 


oitawa 


I\C. Miilkins. 


Klmira 


Traders 


I H Parmer. 


UrjuitDid 


Standard 


.John IClliott. 


Klora 


■ .Mereliants .... 


.). K. Majfce. 


BriiMi])i<)ii .... 


.Merchants .... 


\V. C Voiinu-. 


Kssex- 


Imperial 


K. C. Roharts. 


(« 


hominion 


M. !■; llolden. 


Kxetei 


Molsons . . ... 


N. H. Ilnrdoii 


Braiidri), M. . 


■ Merchants .... 


\V. .\, .Macliallie. 


I'arnhani 


St, llyaeinthc. . . 


,1. K. Camphull. 


t( 


H. N. .\merica . 


U. C. .MaripMs. 


I''erj;us 


Imperial . . 


('. Forrest. 


i» 


Imperial 


N. (i. Leslie. 


Krnie.B.C. .. 


( 'ommerpe. . , . 


.Ino. Kav. 


It 


Ilaniilton 


.1. C. Brown. 


h'orest 


.standard 


W, C. liiiddy. 


Brantfonl 


li. N. .\inerii;a. . . 


K. lintt. 


l'"ort Frances . 


Commerce 


.1. A. Smith 


u 


.Montreal 


K. .M Shadholt. 


h'ort W illiam 


'Montreal 


C. C. Ahhott. 


1* 


Coimnerce 


.letferv Hale. 


" '■ . Ontario 


W. II. Nelson. 


II 


Standard 


('.Cook. 


Fraservillf, (^> 


Molsons 


.1. B. A. Boudreaii. 


BridKet'n.N.S. 


.Nova Scotia ... 


.I.iines Imrie. 


(i 


Nationaie 


.1. O. I.ehlaiio. 


It 


rnion o| Halifax 


.N. H I'.iinows. 


f n 


I'eople'sof H . . . 


II. R. White. 


Bridjfew'r, N.S 


.Merchants, 11 . .. 


\V. S. Tuiii'er. 


Frederlctoii . . . 


PKOII.K.'sof N. li. 


.I.W, Sinirden. 


<( 


HalitaN llU.l o. 


11. 11. .\rcliihald 


kt 


B. .N. Aiiieriea. . . 


,1. Tavlor. 


Brii^litoti . . . 


Staiiilard 


S. B. (ieariiii;. 


4* 


Nov.a Scotia. . . . 


W. 11. Burns. 


Hr<)<'k\ille 


Montreal 


Neil .Mid.ean. 


II 


.Merchants. 11. . 


1". .1. Sherman, Actinj; 


1 . 


\! olsoiiH 


,1. i;. I'idler. 


i 

iGalt 


Montreal 

Coniiiieree 


M. S 1,. Bicliie. 


tt 


Toronto 


T. .\. Bird. 


II. Iliitihc s Charles. 


HrusBils 

HiKkinKliani (,' 


.Standard 


.1. N. (iordoti. 


1 ** 


Imperial 

■ Merch.ints' . . . . 


(ieo, (', I'.astoi). 


Ontai'io 


W. K. Middleloii. 


1 44 


1". S. >larvis. 


Cal^uy, All). . 


Imperial 


M. Morris. 


'Gaiiano(|iit' . . . 


" Merchants . . . 


F. W. SlroiiK-. 


1. ' 


.Mont rt'al 


.1. o. Wilir' .ss. 


1 • ' 


'I'lirfinto 


('. V. Keiehum. 


ti 


ilolsons 


U. C. Ithodes. 


iGeor^elowii. Hamilton 


.1. P. Bell. 


• • 


I'lliOII 


T. N. Christie. 


1 (itai'e Bay.l'. li I'nion of Halifax 


,1. W. Ryan. 


Coiiiiiljellfdid. 


Staiiilard 


!•; A. Won. 


(ilenlioro', M. . I'nion 


F. W. Yomifj:. 


(*uut|>be11t<ui . 


1 .Nm a .S(u)tia. . . . 


1). R. I.aird. 


(Jleni-oe Traders 


.1. Pool. 


(.'arniinutoM . . . 
('atn, in;, N S 


1 Sit attdard 


•lohn Houston. 


Ooderieli .. . ■ Montri-nl 


w. B. p;iiof 


Halifax Ilk.Co. . 


.1. B. I'orhes, .\iliiiL:. 




( loinmeree . . . . 


'r. S. Williams. 


Canso 

;ai\iiTiy, \1 


Peoples, 11 

liiioii 


!■;. (i. Coomlis. 
U. .M. Harrison. 


Ooldoii. B, C 


Iiiinerial 


,1. S. Cihli. 


, (Jiaiid K'ls. NB 


People's of 11 . . . 


K. P. .Maikav. 


GaclfUii'il'. ■ 


oil iwa 


.1. .\. I'.anys. 


(Jd.Korks.B.C. K Townships... 


1. Macloimhiin. 


" 


1 nion 


Kred. \V. Ashe. 


1 Granl.y. <,> . K. Town. Bl; . . . 


W. 11. Rohiiison. 


("ai'niun, M 


Hamilton ... 


11. \ Avlwiii. 


Greenwood, liC .Montreal 


iF. ,1. 1- iniicaiie. 


" 


I'nion 


T. .1 Tait. 


11. N. America . 




Gay una 


it.'omliieiee 


iW. I". T. .Morson. 


' " ' 'oinniercc 


ID. .\. Cameron. 


I'liarlotletovw 


I MBIH.IIANT8,PEI 


'J. .VI. Davison. 


Oretiia, Man I nion 


J. Sie^'al. 






r 


S4| 







lOOOj 



HANKS IN CANADA. WITH THEIR lUlANCHES, ETC. 



85 



l-LACKH. 


.N'AMKK oK ll.%NKH 


MA.sAUKit (til ammn'. 


1 t'liAlCKH. 


SAMKM OK HANKS. 


MANAOKIt c|i AdKNT. 


Orhiishy 


llauiilt.oii 


K. .1, llew^»t. 


Londun 


Meichants .... 


A. St. L. .Mackinioah. 


<l\ICl)lll 


Iiinniiiioii 


K. L. SiaiiMM. 


" 


.Montreal 


A. II. Iteddoiiic. 


" 


Montreal 


11. Lofkw<<Mi#. 


t\- 


Commerce., 


1). I!. Dewar. 


n 


TrudiMx 

Oonniii-rcf . 


A. K. II. .lornes. 
.). M. initf. 


" '.'.'.'.'.. 


.Molsons 

Toronto 


('. W. 1>. '!rodri(!k. 


ti 


tt 


. . I'rinir'c. 


OuvMbi.ro' N.S. 


.MiTeliaiiLH, 11 


r. U. A. I'ames. ' 


l.iiiKloiid'v .N'.S 


Merchants, II. . 


;■;. WaNn. 


llalifaN, N S. 


ll.M.IKAX I!. ( u. , 


II. N. Walliiw. 


Liicknow . . , 


ilamlllon 


.1 ^proat. 


" 


li.N. .America. 


<J. W. Hornier. 


l.oniHeville. (;. 


l>'llochelH'_'a. . , . 


II. lieaiinuer. 


■t 


N(i\'.A Scotia.. , 


II. V. .McLeoit, t.en. ,M. 


Lilean 


.Merch nis .... 


C. (!, Ha Iter. 


(1 


do 


liec. Sanderson. 


1, linen ii't:,. N'.S. 


.Merchints', II.. 


11 S. Ciirrie. 


It 


Cnion H.M.ir \ . 


K. I.. Thorne. 


" 


Halifax I'.k. Co . 


I>. 1. l''orhes. 


(t 


.Mkhchanth, II. 


I). 11. hiiiifran, ( 'ashler. 


It 


people's, IlalifaN 


IJ. .\. C. Ilawkiim. 


It 


I'KOIM.K's. 11 ... 


1). It. C'lai*.e, ( asliitir. 


iMi.K"tr. ',' 


K. Townships. , . 


K. 1'. Olivier. 


It 


North Ktid . 


K. t;. lleMev. 


:Macleod,NWT 


rnion 


1). Anlerson. 


ti 


Montreal 


W li. (»rav«lpv. 


!.vlailland, N.S. 


.Merchanl^, 11 . 


W. I). 1 lowers. 


Hamilton . . . . 


IIa.mii.ion . . 


.1. Tiirnhnll. 


Maiiiloii. Alan. 


Hamilton 


U. Swinton. 


tt 


do liarton St. lir 


J Hillint's. .Ir. 


" 


I'nion 


S. Unit 111 IS. 


" .... 


do ICa.sl Knil lir. 


T 11. Hrmvii. ilMarkdale ... 


".Merchants 


W. A. Hnrrows. 


** .... 


I;. .\. Ainorica, .. 


.1. .1. .Morrison. 


' WarUham ... 


Mandard 


\'\ A lieesor. 


II 


Mom real 


A. I>. lirai;Hn\aite. 


Niiillawa 


1 Mtawa 


\V. W. I'orrest, Aoliiig. 


11 


Meichaiits'. . 


J. I'oUenuer. 


VIeafoi'd, 


MoIhoiis 


U. A. Keru'iison. 


II 


Trader.-s 


>iiiari strath.v. 


.Medicine Hal . 


".MerchaiilH 


li. .1. Kewiiius. 


It 


( oionien^e 


Will, lioherts'. 


.Melita, .Man. 


rnion 


A. T. Hroitenck. 


II 


Molson.s 


W. II. Draper. 


: .Vlt-rrickv ille . 


t'nion 


S. L. Forrest. 


14 


Imperial 


■F. S. (Jlassco. 


Mwldletoii.N.S 


i':.iii. H.of Wind'r 


.\. E. Law son. 


|[,Tiiiii)t;>,M:iii. 


Haniilloii 


M. hiniaii. 


•• 


Halifax Ilk. Co.. 


\V. 11. Cliipman. 


• . 


I iiion 


J. F. ItoulKni. { 


1 Midland 


Western 

1'.. N. .\inerii'a. . . 


11. .1. Craitr. 
K. T. Short. 


Hanover 


.Mercli.intv ... 


.1. a. Adiuiis. ' 


Harristoii .... 


Standard 


.). E. tirav. 


MiltM,, .'...'.'.'. 


Ilaniilton 


1). S. Ca.ssel.s. 


Hiittland.N.li 


Piople's of 11. . . 


P. tii.aliam. .Actiiur. 


iMiiuicdoHa,.M . 


I'liion 


K. O. Denison. 


Hariiicy, Alan. 


I'nion 


K. Iv. Striithe\ 


Milchfll . 


.Merchants'. . . 


\V. (J Hinds. 


Hasliiiifs, Out. 


I'liion 


A. VV. liailev." 


vluniiton 


Mom real 


It. Clark. 


Hawkesh r\ , <) 


Ottawa 


./. T. llidck. 


" 


Nova Scotia. . . . 


Ceo. W Haiilcl. 


Ilentialt 


Mol.^ons 


Huh .Vifi^iicv to Exetur. 


" 


Mert^hiints of H . 


.1. 11. Ahhott. 


Hospelcr . ... 


'.Merchants 


U. A. Miller. 


Monla-iie.l'i 1 


.Merchants', |>KI, 


.1. 11. Mc(,Hiaid. 


llocheki.ua. 


It'llochel.'ifia. . . 


1) W. Irfuraulit. 


'Montnianii.v .*^. 


.Natioimle 


.1. 1. Audel. 


Hollaiid, Man. 


I'lnon 


1). W. lianks. 


'Montreal . . 


.MoNTRl«Al/ 


E. S. Cloiistoii, fi.V n. 


Hull Meivhants ... 


H. A. Cliampairric. 


" 


do 


A. .MiKMiider, Ch. In. ». 


" _ 


Ottawa 


(». C. Wainw riBiat. 


" 


do Hranch . 


11. V. Mercilith, L.Mai.. 


IIinitinKdnn, (^ 


K. Townships. . . 


E. N. lioliinsoii. 


" 


do W.K.lir. .. 


1). 1!. .Macpherson.S. \ti. 


Hiiiit.Mville . . 


Dominion 


K. S. Anderson. 


" .... 


do X'iyneiirs SI. 


A. S. Ilenshaw, S. Ay:t. 


Ilicnillf. (i.. 


St. Ilyaeinthf . . 


.1. M. Helaiii:er. 


It 


* Mhik^iiani's , . . 


(L Hague, (ieii. Man. 


Indian llrad 


Union 


Hnrold Shau 
\. i;. Orrl. 


It 


do 
do 


Thos. K\slie,.rt(i Man. 


iiitferwiU 


Tradeis 


E. !•'. lI(-lMlen,Siip't Hr. 





■ .M(>rcliants . . . 


11. Irwin. 


It 


Himiieh 


.1. S. Meredith. 


ti 


Imperial 


Charles W hil,.-. 


It 


•i-JiMeS(.(!ath St. 


E. 11. lleward. 


.larviH 


llamdton 


A. 1". Slemictt. 


" .... 


St. Lawnsiicc St. 


E. 1!. St. .lean. 


Joliette 


D'Hochelaira. . . . 


1). I'. Uiotiel. 


! " 


MOliMON^ 


K. W. Thomas, G. Man. 


»' 


La l'.aii(|. Nat . . . 
Uriti.slii ■ilnmliia 


.1. 11. iMisanll. 
W. 1'. I'etiiam. 


1 " ..:: 


Itrancti 


.1. Elliot. 


Kiimlooiis.H.i '. 


I'tCl.llt.'ll. . . . . . . 


Ed. C. I'ratt, Ast. M«r. 


Kasli.. n. (!. .. 


15. \ .America. . . 


({. '.e.itle.v lierrard. 


»t 


St. Cath. St 


1'. \V. (i. .loiinson. 


Kei'Wat.iii, U 


t )ftaw a 


.loliii Hood. 


1 " .'.'.'. 


n'lloC'IlKl.AOA. . 


M. J. A. rreiiderpast. 


Keinpfcville, i>. 


Ottawa 


II. Suaii. 


"■ 


N Hame St. \V. 


.Titles TriiiaiiniLT. 


Keiilville, j\..S. 


.Nova Scotia . . 


J. .M. \Vall<rr, APliti«. 


t^k 


St. Cath. St. E. 


- . Lednc. 


.» 


t tiion 


A I). McKat . 
.1. M. Il.'ild«iii. 


*>t . 


do ( 'entre Hr. 
1)1' I'Krri.K. ... 


.lilies llaniel. 


Killarncv. 51. . 


Cition 


In Iii|uiilation. 


Kincardni*. . . . 


■ Merchants'. . . . 


A. .M. .siiiilli. 


'* 


.Iaccj. (Jauiikh. . . 




KiiigHton 


■ .Merchants' 


(J. K. Ha-ui.. 


** 


VlI.LK MAi;lK. . . . 


In liiiiiidation. 


ti 


Sta. ^ard 


W. 1). Hart. 


*» 


t^nlehec 


.lolm Walker, Inspector 
Ceo. Leclcrc. 


. .. 


15 N. America. . . 


A. Harle.\. 


" 


do St. Cath. St. Hr 


«« 


.Montreal 


.1.11. I'ipon. 


1 " .::: 


dn llochelajfa. . . 


Allan .McDonKall. 


** 


Ontario 


\. .I..\lacdonelI. 


i 


< Mitario 


U. N. Kinjr. 


Kintrston.N. li. 


.Merclia.ils, II. .. 


It. V.IHinocU. 


II 


N. Knd Hranch. 


T. ,1. Cochran. 


Kinirsv ilif, <>. 


MolsilIlH 


(ieo. Williamson. 


*' .... 


Toronto 


T. E. How. 


Knnwllon, (.) . 


.MoIhoiis 


Win. Kils.sill Ske\ . 




do I't. St.Ch's Rr 


.1. (i. Hird. 


I, A^somiilion. 


SI. Ilvaciiithe . . 


.\lfred l!c<lard. 


" 


t^onimerce 


A. M. Cioml.ieanu IMI. 


Uaohinc .... 


.Mercliantf , 


o. Coiislaiilinpaii. 






.Malhcwsoii, .It. .Mtfts. 


Laiiiiiie 


1 trtjiwa 


.1. It. I'arris. 


>i 


I'liion 


Ceo. II. Halfonr. 


Lake Mijrantic i'"0|il"'s of II . . 


K. A K. .\itkiii. 


" 


H. N. .America. . . 


II. Stikeman, Oen.Mitii. 


Laiiui'k ]U'ia«.i . . 


1>. M icnaniarii. 






A. E. Ellis, iManager. 


I..u%rTciii.'('to\vij 


r,iion of IlalifaN 


Siih. to l!ridj;i town. 


" 


La Hanq \at.. .. 


L. HeOiiise. 


Leamington . . 


Tiaders . . 


.las. Walsoii. 


' " 


Merchants, H. . 


Edsoii L. Tease. 




Merchant^ 


A. R. Patterson. 


'* 


do. N. Dtime SI. 


II. .1. Gardiner. 


LethirdRc, Alli 


I'l ion 


I'hiliii Vitiirt. 
I{. V. 1U( vc. 


i " "•■'■ 


do Westinoiinl 
Nova .Scolia .... 


II. W. Ma.Mand. 


.Ml ritreat 


H. A. Klcmmine. 


LeviH 


P' ople's of 11 . . . 
Ontario. ... 


L. .1. \\eli>ter, Actiiiu. 

II. .1. l.Vt'c 




Ottawa 

Imperial 


K. H. Kesseii. 


LiiidMiv 


.1. .A. Uicliardson. 


'. 


.Montreal 

Iiominioii 

llaiiiilion 


.1. A. l'add-.n. 

Kol.l. lio.ss. 

J. 11. Stuart. 


1 1 1 

JMoosomin . , 
i Moose .law . 


Hominion 

( 'iiion 


Cliircnce A. linjfcrl. 


.. 


.\. E. 1 liristie. 


Listowfl, Ont . 


I'liion 


C;. A. Fisher, Sub. Man. 


" 


Imperial 


«. ArkcH. 


Morden, M . . 


I'liion 


(;. K. Dunsford. 


Lt (ilacij Ita.v. 


rnioii i.f HalifsN 


\. I>. Mil.'an. 


' " . 


Hamilton 


11. A. Cray. 


Liverpool,. N.S. 


Nova Si'otia. 


i;. W li.il.hitl, Aclinj;. 


Minrisliiiri;. . 


Molsoiis 


\V. S. Coioiollv. 


" 


I'nion of 11 


!• U. Mnlhall. 


.Mount I'oresi 


Ontario ., 


R. S. Hredin. ' 


1,01-kport, N.S 


Halifa.\l!U.t\.. 


K. A. Cnpstick. 


.Miirra> liav.t^ 


Nalionalc 


A. E. Cam 1. 


Lutiilon 


U. N. Aiiierica.. 


11. lUicli.s. 


iNanainio.lS.C. 


liritish(.'oluinbia 


G. Williams. 



S(l 



HAXKS l>f OA!^AI>A, WtTFT TIlKIll MHANOUMS, KT(\ 



[1000 



Pl.AlKM. |NAMKM<1K BANKM. MANAOKIl OR AOKNT. 

MrrcliMiitH, II Jw. A. Sjn'iK'i'f. 
i' Miicliaiil.-t' . . . W. A. liollhoiise, 

|l»i'iiiitiioii T. S. Hill. 

Nfi'p.'iwa, Miiii.lliiioii II. V. l-'orreNi. 

j-Mcich.iiitx . . W. A. Allan. 

llik. li. Coliiml.ia (i. V. II. .It. 

I Mont real ! .\. II. Hiiilmnaii. 



NniiaiiiiiiJt.C 
Napniifi' , . . , 



Nelson, li.C. 



N.(;ln!*HO\v,NS 



Newcastle, () . 
Newcastle, N H 

N. Denver, ItC 
Ne« llaiiili'rir. 
N.W niiistr.IiC 

Newmarket. 
Niau'ara Kails 



Meicliallts, II !(!eni''/e KmM 

Inilieiial l.l. .M. I.a.v . 

.Nova Sent ia. .. . j\V. It. Knss. 
IniDiKif llalifaXiK. V. Wriu'hl. 



1 PliACHB. 

I'lil-I lldpe . . 
I'lill I'eri > . 

I'rI. la I'raiiii 



I'resrolt 

rrentoii 

1'. All.erl.Sasl, 
l^netiec 



North Hav , . 
N.!S.v<ine\ , »' 

Norwich . 



llalit:i\ r.k.Co. 

Traders 

No\a Scotia. . . 
Merchants, II . 

Montreal 

W estern 

I'.kll.Colunihia. 

Montreal 

I >nlarici 

Iniperial 

Hamilton 

Trailers 

n of llalif!i\ l' 



l!|Cm 

Nova Scotia. 



iMoltiOiis 



Mnies l)e\ehi'r. 

W. (!. Hr\an.s. 

.\. WilsorV 

K. A. Mclurdv. 

K. I'itt. 

(.'. .1. Kox. 

(1. K. Tarkes. 

ti. I). Hr\ miier. 

('. (i. Uoss. 

<1. O. Le.Mesiirier. 

II, II. () Keillv. 

I> .Muir 

\V. Kra/ee. 

H. Kassoii. 



IK. Klliol. 



Norwood i'. nion i.Ios. Anderson, Snti Man. 



Owen Sound . 



Oxford, N. S 

Paisley 

Palmerston . . 
Paris ...... . 

Parkdale 

ParkhilK !!'.'. 

Parrstjoro' ... 
It 

Parry Snimd 
Paspehiac 
Penl'ni; sh'ene 
Perth 



Oak\ ille i .Merchants 

Oranjreville. ..jCommerce . 
" . . 'Hamilton . . 

Orillia iHoniin'on . . 

iTrader^ .. 

O.shawa IWKKfK.HN . , 

" ll)ominion .. 

iMtaw a joiTAWA i<ii 

1> 

' do Hank St . ')• 

" I do Hideau St . .1. 

" |h. N. Anieriiu. 

" .Montreal ..... 

" |('ommerce . . . 

Ontario 

* Merchants' . 

l^iueliec 

l/u Maii(|. Nat. 

fnion 

.Molsons 

" Merchants . . 
H imilto]i .... 

Molsons 

Nova Scotia .. 

\\ estern 

Hamilton .... 
Commerce . . 

Standard 

Xlercliants. . . 
Con\meice . . . 
Ilalifa.v l.k.tJo. 
Commercial . . 

Ottawa 

Nova Scolia. . 

W, stern 

■ Merchant!*". . 

Montreal 

Pembroke .... t^neliec 

Ottawa 

Peterho»wiij.fh. Toronto 

.Montreal 

Commerce . . . 

<»Titario 

Petrolia . T<irr>nto 

Pickerini; * V-ierii 

Pi' ton . . Mfttii real .... 

■' SiandiU'd 

Picton, N. S Novii Scr.tia 

" .Men Hants .... 

I'iii'her ( 'reek I iiion. 
PhimCouli (• M Hamilton .... 

Pt. SI. Charit- Montreal 

Port Arthur (tntaiia 

. .Molsons _-. 

Pen 0"Ihorne. ' Imperial 

Port El(rin ... ; Hamilton 
P.Hmv k^'shurv! Merrhant^ H .. 
I'ort Hooi-LCiiiPeof^e's, Hwlifax 
Por* ■ '«iipe 'Traders 



I". (!. Oliver. 

K. Y. Checkley. 

■I. S. tJordoii. 

,1. Scott. 

tieor^te !in!'"^ \clini;. 

T.H. IcMii... , Ksliier 

! L. U. Cassels. 

1. Htirn, (Jen. .Man. 

M. Kimiie, .\laiia(;er. 

Kohertson. 

H.Ne.ve. 
\V. K. |•hiII|.oll^i. 
\V. tl. Anderson. 
Kohf. (iill. 
.\. Snnjison. 
W". I,. Marler. 
T. C. Collin. 
A. A. Taiilon. 
M. A. .Anderson. 
A. li. Hroilrick. 
M. S. llodder. 
Kwir fr Hucliuh 
.1. I{. Wainw i(n,iit. 
\V. (1. Tal>|>er. .\clinm+;. 
S. ,\\. IIutcliit^..n 
,1. II. Snian. 
I'. ( '. Macpli«-.rso«.. 
II. T. Mc,\lil.'r,n. 
P. Uvkes. 
li. ,M. Wedi. 
A. S. To\\ ifstrtd. 
K. U. Hei<M. 
II. Y. ( iittipliiiii. 
W. .M.t'ounaeher, Act^. 
.1. 15 .lennlrms. 
II. 1). Wells. 
U. .1 Drnmmond. 
P.D.K. Siricklan.i. 
Hector 1 raser. 
I'. Cainpi.ell 
A. (J. Parker. 
II. C. .Mclliirnw. 
\V. 1>. Parker, a-'i-ni;.' 
\V K. Coo|)er. 
(■ier.. Kerr. 
iWo l*rninll)rHi(l. 
*. T. Shann.<ML 
.%. I' Mniir. . 
<;; R.. Chisholm. 
n. E. H\(le, Si'*. Man. 
•". KnHseU. 
K. IRiuTiiIUich. 
i*. H. .Nelson. 
IE. ••;. \V,ird. 
J. II. Stidston. 
I A. II. Uidont. 
.1. A. Mclsaac. 
|{. II. .McHotiald. 
J. h. Willis. 



K.il l'orl;ij,'e 

Ke^ina ... . 

I " 

Renfrew, o . 

Uevelsloke I'.C 

Richmond. . . . 
:■ : {etoun. . . 

l;imoii-ki, (^1 
Koliei val . . . 
Ko.ssland, li.C. 



tSackville, N.li 

I 

,Sandon, li.C 

.sririiia 



Mndt Ste Marii 
•orth 



.Slu»»vville 

!4»»i«liac N.li. 
She^linrne.Ont 

Slit-^'l'i'iirne, NS 
Shenwirioke . . 



"sticrhroiitjtf.N'S 
"~>liuheniir:J«tie. 



■Swith'sKalli- 



S<>rel , 



'><inri^, Man. 

Soniis. p. I'M. 
Soiilliain|il nn . 
Sprinnhill . . 

Slansiead 

Slav ner . , 
St .\ndr « -Nl 
St Catharines. 

1 :; 

.Ste.Cesairo. (,l, 
St. Krancoi- II, 
St. Henri, 



INAMKS OK IIANKK. 

I oroillo 

Western 

t 'onnnerce 

Imperial 

'Miavva 

' .Merchanis 

■ .Merchanis 
".Meichaiils 

Imperial 

(,>i r.HKc 

do 

do rp|)er Town 

do SI. Koch . .. 
I'sm.s 

do 

do St.l.ouisSt. 
Natioxai.k 

lo SI. .lohii St . 
do SI. .Io>.e()li SI. 
li. N. America... 
Monlre.'d ... 

■ .Merchants' 
reoples of II 
I) llochela-a ... 

Mo|s<,ns 

Imperial 

iiltawa 

Montreal 

I'nion 

• .Merchants'. . 

oilawa I 

linlierial 

.Molsons 

!■'.. Towiisli;|is.. . . 

Molsons 

Traders I 

N.ilionale 

I.a 11mii(|. .Nal ... 

.M.'nceal 

I'.. N. .\merii'.i 
Merchants, II. . 

To!' nio 

lit ;. Colinnliia. 
Mci ■ ants, II . . 
Hal • X lik.l o. . 
ISrit. v oliinihia. . 

( 'ornmcrce 

Trailers. 

.M'tilreal 

( ii'imiffce 

Imperid 

t 'oiiimerce 

Homlnion . . . 

.Meri'Iiants . . 
Teople's, Halifax 

I'liioii 

Halifax ll. Co. . 
K. Tovv.NHnir.s . 

■ Merchants' , . . 

I.a |{a!i<|. .Nat. . . 
H'llo'-lelatia . . . 
I'liioii of llalitax 
Merchants, ||. . 

I 'ommerce 

IIiHiiilton 

.Molsons 

.MoIhods 

I'nion 

Molsons 

: ''lloi'helaira 

I nion 

'IJvrchanIs 
■'—■:■■,, taV.W.J. 



K. 
II. 
U. 
W. 
A. 



MAN Mil.ll OH AOKNT. 

li. Andros. 

<i. Ilnlehesoii. 

M. (iihim. 
Hell. 

II. hickins. 

C. llalsleail. 
I'', .lemmett. 
A. I>. I'tiiinlc. 
K. Htividson. 
T. McDoiiuall, (i. Man. 
.1. M. ■lolinsion, .Man. 
C. C. Smith. 
C. li. Oodvvin. 
K. K. Wel.li, (ien. Man 
.1. (i. liilleli. Local. 
(ieo. \easey, do 
I'. I.iifrance. 
■I. K. Cote. 
N. I.avoie. 
I). Ciimlierlaiiil. 
.1. Macura. 
.1. C. .More. 
.\. li. \'an Felsoii. 
Arthur liniiieaii. 
I*. I>. iMimoiilin. 
W. A. NVeir. 



It. (iodvviii. 
II. IIo;:i;. 
S. Ilarron. 
A. W. Lister. 
I'eiinock. 
I!. Ilearn. 
.Molson. 
'.all. 



0. 
I!. 
I>. 

I. 



I. . r.k.' o. . 
iK. I ' « iiships. . 
T'll. .;•" 

Nov . - othi 

.Iiiij" I'u' 

I'Olnllie:*"*' 

Toronto 

'st. llvacinCiiiv 
I a Haiii|. N»f 
l.imlicc . 
Il'llo'-helaira 



K. 
W. 

It. 
I". 

c. 

A. 

.1. 

W , 

II. .V. H. Thomson. 

K. K. Newman. 

I'. X'allee. 

I,. Couet. 

.1. S. C. I'raser. 
W. T. Oliver, 
.lohn M. .Smith. 
A 1!. r.arker. 
II. I'. .Mvilon. 
r. .Mi|io\it;:ill. 
W, II. Harrison. 
IT. li. Mav. 
I A. I>. .McLean 
j.l.K. Winlow. 
!<;. II. (irillin. 
Id. Mc(;re!.'or. 
|k. a. I.von. 
|K. C. <;. Minty. 
\V. K. I'earce. 
I". A. Parker. 
I". A. Horden. 
A. K. Morson. 
T. W. .Mat;ee. 
\Vm. I'arwell, O 
S. Kdjrell, Local. 
fi. ( 'mi rill hers. 
.1. ,M Diifresne. 
W. (i.il'oiiry. 
F. li. .Montgomery. 
I). Cameron. 
K. Cow dry. 
.1. Hiitlerlield. 
II. II. i;rotf. 
F. A. iJethiine 
*». L. Forre.st. 
J. McMahon. 
,i. K. lioiilais. 
' r\- S. ilarvis. 
]«. M. I'. Kckiirtll 
|».l! .M'Kie.Actm);. 
iA. II liiilout. 
JK. I'. Fairhanks. 

jS. >»te\ens. 

J. B. Kf I wards. 

vul) to St. Stephen. 

C. M Arnold. 

F. o. Cross. 

(i. \V. HoflKetts. 

M. N. .larry. 

(>. Hroiiin. 

II Horion. 

.1. y. t>;.casse. 



.Man. 



Til 
Til 



!»()() 



l!l()()| 



IJAXKS IM CAN'ADA, WITH THKIll lUlAXCUKS, KTC 



Mail, 



St, 



IM.ACKH. 

Uyuoiiitlii' 



St. .lolwi. N.I! 



InA.MKR DKnASKH.i MANAOKH OR AliRNT. 

I, A llASgl K DK . 
j ST. Ilv VCINTIIK. 
jK. 'r.HMl'llipH. . . . 

il.a r.iiiKi. .Nut. . . 

IN. Kill NHWICK. .. 



lii 



II 
11 



St,. Johii'.s, li 



HI. .h'roiiH'. . . 
St. Marif, <i., 
St. Muo'h . . 

St. Iti'ini, 1,1 
St. Sanvciir. . 



II. N. Aiiit'rica. . 

Moiitrciil 

.N<)\it .■^(•oiiii . 
Iliilifiiv I'.k.i'o. . 

:l!l<. DK ,Sr.,lKAN. 
I ' .Mi'icliniits' . . . 
I.ii Itiimi Nat... 
.McnIiiiMis' . . . 
\ \m Hii.ni|. Nat . 



I!. Illaiichiird. 
l.atriinil<()iH(!. 
(Iclliriit. 
A. Si'liotifld. 
("la«M)M, ('axllier. 
, A. lliiivi'V. 



PhACKM. 

:T(iroiito . . 



!K. ('. .luni's, 
!t. It. Hlair. 
'ilaH. (i. Ta\ lor. 
1,1. N. (oiiiihipr, 
!n. Wiii-lilc. 
Mi. 1'. t^ariiMin. 
A. (!. K. Delnu'Ke. 



i I Toronto .liin . 



Trail, ll.C 
Iruntoii, (). . 
I Truro, N.S . . 



" . . ■ .Merchants , , 

St Stephi'ii NH Si. Siki iiks's 
" Ndva Scolia 



Montreal |,l. I.i-Mlit'. 

Ti'iilcrH ('. S. I{inii-i('v. 

I!lv. lie SI. ,It'aii.|c. A. H.diinl. 
.Iiiri|, ( lirlier. . . . i,\. Iijdii. 

C. W. \Sulcot. 



Twccfl . . 

UxI'riili.'"' 
VuLevllelc 



Vwicoilvi'V.IK 



St. Thoiiiiw.. 



Stellarton.N. 
StoutTN illo . 
Stratford . . . 



StraIlicoiia,.\ll 
Stiathroy 



Stiiruuoii l''alls 
Siiilliiiry . . 

Siim'sido, I'KI. 



Sll.HSOX, X. li 
Sydney, U.I'.. 

Tavi.Htock. . . 
Thctf rd .Miiii-.-^|lJiiel)C( 
Thonild ... 
Thii.'liiMii 



Tilbury .. . 
Tiltmlihill-,'. 



Toronio 



.1. !•'. (irant. 

.1. HIacU. 

\V. I!. Walcrliurv. 

A. (iilburt. 

v.. Tate. 

Miiwat. 

.1. Miiidfii, Ai'l \\\ii. 

v. S\H'iirr\\ 

I'. U iiislow. 
I Will. \layii;ird, jiiti. 
G. I>. K. Kii kimtrick. 
L. II. Iiaiii]>ier. 
\V. T. Smith. 
.M. ( '. (.'hiiliiu'i-*. 
(l..M.liM(s. Ailiiijf. 
N. T. Ilillarv. 
!!. .\l'-('. Stiivirf. 
A. K. Williams. 
I'. U . .Moirison. 
ic. S Miioi-e. 
.1. i;. linnOu'll. 
I'. I>. Solvaii. 
li. I). I'.inii. 
H. I,. \. Idiu'i. 
I). li. Cioiiiliie. 
1 Allan Mi'hniiKall. 
jll. N nnire. 
I(i. Munro. 
|K. ('. .lack.Mon. 
K. Hielte. 

Cii.MMKiirK |R. K. Walker, O. Man. 

.1. II. riiiuiiiu r, \Hst.iln 
do. Ilraiich. .1 ('. I\iin|>, M.iii. 

M. .\loiri.s, Assislanl. 
.1. (i. I!oy<'i'. 
i;. .1. .Montuomery, 
W. Mansoii. 



" Mi-rchnnlx'.. . . 

Imperial 

Mol^oiin . . . . 
Nova Sim it in . . . 

Standard 

'.Meiiliaiits' . . . 

.Moniri'id 

('oinnicrr't' 

lni|Hrial 

(.'oimiH'rci' 

IraderH 

Tnidirs . . 

Oniario 

Ti'adri'H 

SiM'i'.iisiiiK Hi; . . 
Nova Sciiiia . . . 
MM-chanls, 11 ... 
.Sova S( olia. . . 
.MirdMiiiM. II. .. 
< ''im. I!. of Wiiid'r 
Wistern 



NAMKH OK HAS'liH. MA.VAOKH oil AOKK1 . 

.MoUoiiii »'. W. I'lincli. 

I'liion ^'. W. Slrailiy. 

Han 'Hon I'. .1. (ioHlinK'. 

.NoMt Scotia ... .1. I'iililado. 

t'oniniercu II. ('. .ifiininifs. 

.MolsoiiM S. II. Oraliaiii. 

H. .N, .Vinerii'a. . 

MoNoiw T. Hcri'Sforil I'lniioe. 

.Mi'i'ihan'H, II... .Martin iMi'kii. 
Ilalifa.x Hk.Co. , .1. Mooriimn. 
Com. of Windnor I'. A. Arnisl i-oni{. 

( tiitario \. C. < (mIioiiih. 

I'nininioii. W. K. ( arswell. 

MolHons. . Alex, lioyer. 

I>'lli)i'hel.ii.'a . . . S. Korlii-r. 
lik. It. Coliiinliia Win. .Murray. 
H. N, .\iiieriua. . . W. (iodfrey. 

Monirial (,'. Sweeny. 

Iiiiiieiial.. A. .Iiikes. 



Vankl'k llill.o 

I I. 

Vernon, H.O.. 
Victoria, li.U. . 



Coinmerce . . 
MercliantH, II 
do Kust Knd 

Molsiiii.s 

Hamilton 

H'lloeliela^ta . 
(Mtawn 
.Montreal . . . . 
II. CoLI MHIA . . 



I!. \. -Vmeriea. 

Montreal 

.MercliantH, H 

.Molsons 

Victoriaville,(;ii,iiielie(^ 

" l.MoIsons 



(^ueliec: 

(,lilelit 1- 

l)'H(>ihelana. 
.Merchanls . 

Traders 

Western 



\ inlen, Man . 
Walkerlon . . . 
W'alkertnn . . . 
Walkerville. . . 
Wallaceliiiry:. . 
Waterloo, (>) .. 
Waterloo, (»nt. 



I'nion 

r Meivtiant.s'. 
K'ommerce . . 
' do 
'Montreal 

K. Townsliips 

Molsons 

(/'ominerce. . . 

^.Merchants . 



W. 

.1. 

II. 

\\. 

I>. 

li. 

Ki- 
lo. 

iK. 



no. 
do. 
do. 



K. ill- 

N. Ill- 

N.W.lir. .. 
do.(,l'n Sl.W.r.r. 
do.\ n.iVi 'ol.lir. 
do.rarlist.r.r. . 
il). Market I'.r. . 

OMAHIO 

do. liraneli. 
do. l^l"!! Sr.W.lir 

SiANDAKIi 

Do.MIMo-; 



K. M. l'l;i.Mer. 
T. S. Ilarrnon. 
V. K. Han. 
II. W. Kitton. 
riias .Metiill, (ien 
W. II. Suiiili. 
A. K. Ilai;i'riiian. 
Ceo. I'. Ueid,(ien 
H. I>. ilainl.le. (i 



(to. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



l^'nSi.K. 
V'n St.W 
Mk'l Hr. 
hiuidas \- 
(^Jiieiui St. l!r.. 
do. .-•|i.i l..\v. 
ik I'ol.St.Mr.. 

Imtkhi \i 

do Uraneh . 
do. ( 'or. Vrnne 
\- (,>lieen SI.. 
do. N.Toronto 

TolMNTO 

do. Hraiioh . . 
iToronto. Kill),' W. 

iTiiAiH as 

Montreal 

do N on^e St. Hr 
H. N. .\niirie:i. . 
■ .Meiclianls ... 

Qlieliec 

lOttawa 



Man. 



l.M-r. 
.Man 



Wiarton, (). 
Winchester. 
Windsor. (>. 



i Windsor, N.S 



Winchani . 
Winkler. .Mai 
U'inniiiej,' . . 



T. O. l!rou<.'h, Man. 
I!. M. Uray. 
.1 . II. Horsey. 
W. W. Nation. 

A. A. Helliwell. 

K. <» Cavlev. 

11. H. Wilkie.tieii. Mu'r 

I!, .lenninjjs, Manajier 

O. l\ liice. 

|c. II. Stanli'.N (.'larke. 
Itiiii an ( oiilson.t.'.Mai 
W. 1!. Wailsuorth. 
(■ . .1. ( 'iithlierlMin. 
H. S. Slrathy, (Jen. M. 
A. Ivirklaiui. 
(I.S. Crawford, suh A;,^t. 
K. Slan-jrr. 
1> Miller. 
W. I'. Slo.ane. 
Frati"is Cole. 



Watford .. 
Wawanesa, M.l I'nion 

Welland Iinperial 

Wesl)iort .... '.Merchants .... 

j Westville. . . Nova Scotia 

' Weymouth, NS .Merchant.s 

ji Whithy Dominion .... 

I ' " Western 

Cnion 

I'nion 

Merchants .... 

Traders 

Coinmerce .... 

COMMI'.HCIAI, ... 
Halifax Hk.Co. 
People's, Halifax 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

La HaiK]. Nat . . . 
* Merchants .... 

Molsons 

.Montreal 

Imiterii'.l 

I)'Hocliela;fa 

Dominion 

do North Knd Hr 

Ottawa 

Commerce 

Union 

do 

H. N. America. . 

Hamilton 

Nova Scotia . . . 

Wolfville. N.S. I'nioiiof Halifax 

" I People S.Halifax 

vVoodstockOntj Commerce 

" . . I Imperial 

Molsons 

Woodstock NH Nova Scotia .... 
I'eoiile's.IIalifax 
Merchants. II. .. 

Varmoutli,N.S VAii.Moi rii 

" I Nova Scotia . . . . 

;Vmir, H. . . .IMerchants, II .. 

IVorkt oii.NWT I'nion 

I *Tleivliants 



.Morris. 

.M. Holstord. 

W . Kulton. 

Lockwnod. 
I'arrell. 

.Mclnnes. 

.A. HerriliL,''. 

A. Hi'iidi'ison. 

(Jillesjiie, .Man. 

A. W.\ 1(1, Asst. Man. 
(lavin II. Hums. 
\. .1. C. (iailetly. 
(ieor},'e A. Tavlor. 
H. H. Wilson.' 

S. I'OHCII. 

.Marchand. 

.1. I'u-h 
K. Hutler. 

W. McKee. 

U. Ilarconrt. 

S. Dii)iii\. 
W. I. Hriuc;^- 
■I. Ilespeler. 
\. W. Koliarts. 
K. A. .Mann. 
A. H. Sutherland. 
(i. C. Hrown. 
H. I'. Taylor. 
Sub Au'cy to Stellarton 
D. Kemp. 
K. Thornton. 
IC. 1 1. Warren, 
r,. W. Hourinot. 
D. S. Oliver, Sub. .Man. 
(i. V. J. Oreenhil'.. 
Geo. .Mair. 
.1. L. Harcoiirt. 
Walter Lawson. 
.1. A. Uussell. 
K. .1. Cochrane. 
W. Corbould. 
W. Russell. 

.1. H. Maker, Pro. Man. 
.•\. Wickson. 
K. I-'. Kohl. 
A. F. D. Mac^fiichen. 
C. S. Iloarc. 
.1. H. Hoiirfroiiin. 

F. L. Patton. 
.S. L. .lones. 
.1. v.. Monk, 
.lohn Aird. 

Thos. McCaffry.Manag'r 
(ieo. Howies, Asst. Man. 
N. Havlv. 
C. Hartiett. 
C. A. Kennedy. 
.1. D. Leavitl. 
(ieo. W. Mmiro. 

G. deC. O'Grady. 
S. D. liaMiioiid. 
K. W. Wand. 
P.. M. Maeleod, 
G. A. While. 
A. S. I'.urchell. 
T. \V. .Johns. 
Hlair Hobertson. 
Gcor-fe K\(Id. 
C. \V. R. Pe arson. 

Hank of Canada. 



;: .' II 



•Vctiny'. 






HANKS r\ 



-FoRFTtnX AdKNTH. 



[1000 




KOUKKIN A(iK?JTS. 
In /ulliiiriinj Iml. Iliiiikil ar<' annniiiul nlf>ktftM'timUit. 

BiiniHii ('di.i'Miii js, IUnk OK /.o»i(^i*/, lli'iul ttttli'c : Sim 
/•'/■(l/K'i'xcti, Initliiiiil ((triiiini . Ilriiiii'tit"< . Eivitlo-ru 
/'/iiri ;!(•('» iifi'iininln. .Mcr. lik nf ('mimlii. Hk.iif • iim- 
miTct', MdUoriM lU ,liii|ii'nnl IlK.. Ilk.Ml N.imi Scoirii, 
.Vi'ic >'("^, I'liii. Ilk "t ('i)iiiiinTi'i', .Mcri'lmrilH Itk, i 
of ('MiiiKhi ; I'hiiitiii, Kk. ii( N'ovii Sintia : IIimIim, 
liaiik (if Ntnii Scotia ; Mf.rifii iiui Smitli .\nii'riim, 
l.oiMioii llaiik of Mrxico an I South Aiiiciicu; 
CliiiKi, lloii^' Koii^ ami Sliaii.;liui Itaiikliiu ( 'ot'piiim- 
tioii; AiintiiUiit. llaiiU ot \ii-<liiUaNiii ; llitnn: nln, 
Hi*ho|> \' Co. 

HuitiHii NoKiii Amkhica, Uam\ ok t.dii'lun. Hiiifliiinl, 
Iliad dtlu'i'. .V('«' Vi'ilc. \y . l,a«soii ainl .1. 
('. Wfjsli, Au'fllls ; ll'sliiii. I'. >'., MiTi'liaiirs 
National liaiik ■><(*( /''/(((icix.'ri, II. ,1. Mr.Mirliail and 
.1 U. .\inlpidx', Aci'iit-i ; Kiiiliiiiil, I nioii lianii ol 
^laIl(■ll('^*'l•|•, and Hank of I.ImtiiooI . .'^culuiini. 
National Itanl^ and ( 'onnni'irial Itank ; Iri'iniil. 
rro\in('ial ItanU and National llaiik; I'url.-, .Mar 
I'liard, Kliui-*-^ Ai Co. ; llc-V ///ly/cx, ( 'oloniul Hunk; 
.t iistidliii mill Ac//' y.iiuitiiil, Cijion '. - UMrulia 

Canadian Hank ok i ommkihk /.d/n/od, Kaidv of Scot- 
land, London and Connt\ Hank, i-ci'inan Han k of 
London; lnhniil, Noitlinii Hanking' Co.; /'■'(•/*, 
Frmii'f, Cii'dit Lvonn.iiM, l.a/ard, h'tiri'M iV ( 'ie ; 
(iiiiiuxnii, |)(Utsclii' Hank ; UriiMHi-ltt. Itehjiuiti. J. 
.Matthit'ii \- KiU ; liulii, Vluiin miil .liium. The 
Charti'ffd Hank >f India, Australia and China ; 
Austnili:! mill Si'ir /.I'lilmnl, The Cnioii Link 
of .Vii-itralia ; Smitli Auu'i-ini. Hrilisli liank ol 
South Ainrriia. London and Hnuilian Hank : 
Mixirii, Haiico di- I.ondri'* \ Mexico: A'i'/c Yurk. 
The (,'anailian Hank of Coniinerec, Tin- Ainenc-oi 
Kxchanne Nat. Hank ; initiuli ('ulmiihin anil Siih 
Friiiiinro. C(il.. The Hank fif Hriti.sli Cohirnhia. 
Cliiriiio, The .Anieriean i;\cliani,'e National Hank 
of Cliicairo, The Conmurcial National Hani;; 
llitiniltuii, Ilfnniiilii , Tlie Hank of Hennnda; W'isl 
Iihlii'K, Hank of .Nova Scoti.i; Kia'txtmi, Jmnnini, 
Colonial Hank ami Hranches ; hululli, V\vh\ 
National Hank ; Mniitinif /'inriiirfs. The Hank of 
Nova Scf^tia. 

Co.NtMKRciAl. Hank ok Wimisok l.iiiulini, I'nioti Hank 
of London ; Seiv Ycrl;, Hiiik of New S'ork ; lliilititx, 
Hank of Nova Scotia ; .sV, ./i,liii. \.ll , Hank of New 
Hninswick ; -1/(j///;('((/, Canadian Hank of Commerce. 

|io.min;on Hank Liniilmi, National Hank of Scotland, 
Limitc<l ; AVc )'<i;A', The .National City Hank : 
Miiiiii'diiiilin, North-Western .\at. Hank ; Chirihin, 
Commercial National Hank. 

Eahtkkn TowNsitii'H Hank l.onilini, National Hank of 
Seotliind; linxt m, .National Kxch. Hun!: ; Sem Yoik, 
National Hark Hank. 

IIvl.tKAX HaNKINO Co. - lh,iiiil)iiill of Cuiimld, Molsolisi 
Hank ; /loKtim, SnfTolk .Nation. il Hank ; ycir Ymk, 
Fonrtli National Haiik ; Liuulini, En<j., I'arr's liank 
(Limited). 

Ha.mii,ton, Hank ov—Si-ir York, Fourth Nat. Hk. and 
Hanover National Hank ; Uuff'iln, .Marine Hank of 
HufTalo ; Lnndim, Nat. I'rov. Hank of Kntrland, Ld.; 
Cliiaii/o, Cnion .Nat. Hank ; Ih'troit, Detroit Natio;ial 
Hiink ; Hunt mi. International Trust Co.; KanxaxCUji, 
The National Hank of i oninicrce ; .S^ tenuis, Nat. 
Hunk of Coimnerce. 

iMPKHlAt, Hank ok CANADA-Crtdai/a, Hank of Montreal 
and Hranches: Ureal llritiiin, Lloyds H.uik (Ltd.), 
.Manchester iS: i/iverjiool hisirict H.'inkinL' Co. (Ltd.); 
/•'/•rf (ICC, Credit Lyonnais; I'liitfil Sliih'x A'c/c Ymi:, 
Hank of .Montreal. Hank of .America; l'>u[l'iiln, Haid< 
of Hulfalo ; lidxliiii, .National Hank of t Ic I 'onimon- 
wealth ; Cliirdfii'. First National Hank, Cnion .Na- 
tional Hk.; Ihiniit, Detroit .National Hk.; Diihitli, 
First .National Hk.. .\merican F.xchaiiKe Hk.; I'liiln- 
ili'ljiliiii, Farmeis' and .Mechanics' .National Hk.; ,S7. 
I'liiil, Secoml .National Hank: Miiiiii-(t/iii/i.<, North- 
Western National Hk.; Smi l'rmiri.iiii,\\'iA\s, Far^'o 
A I'o.; Clii'nii (((((/ ./(//)rt/i, llony KoiiK iiiid Shanghai 
Hanking Cor|>oration ; A iishiiliii, \vii< /fii/mul, 
T(isiiimiiff,\'\i\<)<\ Hk. of Australia(Ltd.); Smiilirirh 
hlanils, Yokohama Sjieciu Hank (Ltd.). 



La llA.sgi k h'||ii4!|iKI.Ai)A l.niiilnn, Plvilewlale Miuik 

(Lt<l.). and the London a'.:encies of Oedit LvoiuiuIk, 
Criilil lliduslriel et Coinnierciid, (Jon|itoii .Natinimi 
<l"I".iconi|ilc de I'aris ; I'mix, Cr 'dit Lvonnais, 
( 'rcdit IndiiHlriel et ( 'ommereinl, (.'oniptoir National 
d'l'Isconiple de I'arls, Socii tc (ien rale; IIiiihui'Ik, 
C'rolit L\oniiaiM; Ih'rhn, Deutsche Hank ; Yiiiniii, 
I'anipii' iniperiale-|{o\al I'rix.ih's l'a\s .\iilrichieliN; 
Si'ii'Y'iik. Nati iial I'ark Hank, the National City 
Hank of New \()rk, M.M. Ileiilelhaih. Ickclheiiner \' 
Co . Importers iV Traders National Hank, .M.M. 
LadeidinrL'. Thalniann ,v I'o. : lidxhui, .Natioiial 
H,in - ot licdeinpi ion, Third .Nulional Haidi,lnler- 
nati'inal Trust l'oni)iany ; Cliirii;iii, Nat- Livestock 
Hank, llliiioiM Trust ainl Savilii^s Hank, 

Lv livNijiK I'K Sr. .\k\s -CiiiKiilii. Molsons Hank and 
Hi am lies; ,\fir Ymk, .-Viseiits li.ink of Montreal; 
I'.ti^liiii, .National Keveie Hank; SI. Alhuiin, It., 
Weldcn National Hank. 

La Hancji k .Saiionai.k Lniiilini. .National Hank of Scot- 
land ; /'((;•(.-■, Creilil Lvoiinais; .Ncr )'iiik, National 
; llii.'-hiii, National lieM-re Hank, 
('anaiia— /..(f/((fio', ;.nil ofhei" 
Hritain, The lto\;d Hank of 
r<//7,-, .American lAchaiim' .Na 



Hank of the Hepuhlic 

MKHcitANiH Hank ok 
jioinfs in (ireat 
Scotland ; 



tional Hank, and .Merchants Hunk of Canada, t';<'l>5 
Wall Street, T, K. .Merrelt, Anents ; VliiriKjii, 
.\nicrii'aii l'Aclian>;e Nalioinil Hank ; SI. f'tiiil, 
Minn., First National Hank; Itilmll, FiiHt Na- 
tional Hank; lliiilalo. Hank of HulValo; Sim 
Fiiiiirinni, Hank ol Hritish Coluniliia and .Xn^lo- 
Californian Hank ; /'c;7/(((o/, J (d'eiini, .Sc(/f//f, Wash- 
inyton Territorv , Hank nf Hritish Coluuihia ; \eir- 
I'liiiiiilliiiiil, Hank of .Nova Scotia; Smut Scotia, 
Merchants' liank of Halifax ; yfirllrmmicirk. Hank 
of Ni)\a Scotia and Mircliants liank of llalifa.x; 
Ihilixh Cdliinihiii, H.tiik of Hritish Cohimliia. 

.Mkhcii \NTs' Hank ok IIamkax- O/ifrtc/o idhI (^uibi'c, 
.Mercliants' liiuik of Canada: St.,!ohii, S.li., Hunk 
of New Hninswick; Sen- Ymk, Chase .National 
Haidv. N. V. ; lioshni. National Hide .ind Leather 
Hann ; Cliicivin. .\inerii'ati .National Hank ; lii'ffnlo. 
National City liank. Sua I'la acisro. First National 
Hank ; SI. ,'liilia'x, Seirl'iiainilaial, V. II. .Arnainl, 
.Man. Hranch ; London, Knii., Hank of Scotland, 
London ; Uii'niltoa, livniiuda. The Hk. of Herminlii, 

Mkkciiams' Hank ok I', IC. \.- London, The LoikIoii 
Cit\ and .Midl.ind liank. Limited; lioxti^a, Nationul 
Shawniut liank ; .Moalical, St. ,/oliii and llitlij'ax, 
lii.nk of .Montreal. 

Moi.HoN.s Hank Loodon, Pan's Hank (Ltd.), Morton, 
Chaplin A: Co.; Livi'rjiool, Hank of Lncrpool ; Cork, 
.Munsitr and Leinster Hank (Limited); I'urin, 
Fi'inrc, Credit Lyonnais, Societc tienersde; Ant- 
iveif, lli'liiiani. La Hanipie D'Anvers ; /y(n/i/*i(>(;, 
(ri'i-inani;, Hesse .Newman >V Companv, llcrlin, 
(ii'i-iaaini, Deutsche Hank ; I'orllnnd, Cnsco 
National Hank ; Haiti', Mnnlann, First .National 
liaijk ; A'cic York, Mechanics' National Hank, 
.Miuton, Hliss it Co., National City Hank, Hanover 
National liank ; lionlon. State National Hank, 
Siilfolk .National Hank, Kidder, I'eahody i^ Co.; 
I'liiladi'lf'liia, Fourth Street National Hank, 
First National Hank, Corn Kxchaiijie National Hai^k ; 
I'hiladelphia Natioii.il Hank : Cleveland, Coin. 
.National liank ; Miliravkee, The Wisconsin Na- 
tional liank of MilH.iukec ; (Jliieaao, First .National 
Hank : .Miiuieajiolix, First .National Hank ; Detroit, 
State Savini,'s Hank ; 'y'c/ci/c. Second National Hank ; 
/)'(///(//'i, City National Hank; Sora Scotia, Ha'ifax 
Hankini,'^ Co., Hank of Yarmouth ; .\eir r.nniiianck, 
liank of New Hninswick ; Seirfoandland, Hank 
of .No\a Scotia, St. ,lohn's, Nfld. : /Viiicc Edward 
hland, .Merchiflits Hank of I'rince Kdward Island 
and .Summerside Hank ; Lritiah Cohnnhio and 
San Fronriaeo, Hank of Hritish ('olunihia ; (,>aehee, 
Ivistern Townships Hank ; Onlario, Dominion 
Hank, Imperi.il Hank of Canada and Canadian Hank 
of Commerce ; Monitoha, Imperial Haiik ofCan.ada; 
Yakiiii Tirritorii. I)a "xon Cil/i, H.ink of Hritish 
.North Anii'rica. 

MoNiUKAi,, Hank uv—London, lik. of .Montreal, A. Lan^, 
.Mana^jcr, H, Ha.vlock, suh-manaet-r ; Hank of 
Knf,dand, London and Westniinster Hank, Cnion 
Hank of London, Nat, I'rov. Iliink of Kniflan<l ; 



JK)() 



Itiiiik 

iiiiiii^, 
ilii'iiiti 
iiiiiiii'4, 
ilioriiil 

IIKKI'IH, 
lllllll, 

•tiiciiH; 

City 
liner .V 

MM. 

illlllliul 
IlllCI-' 

stock 

ik UMll 

Ml real; 
I'.. 



IDOOJ 



ISANKS IX CANADA — roUKKiN AUKXTS. 



89 



Lieeri'Kid, liunU cif l,i\ .rii 
l.iiK'ii ( 'cini|i{iii\ : Ai'ir I n, 
<lf(;.if:i , liiisltiii. MiTili mis 
Till' >l:>riiic Hunk ; ('hi'H,/, 



uiA ; Scnllnnil, lllitl>*li 
/.. I(. V. IIcImI.'ii. .1 M. 
Niitiipiiul lliuik ; llii lllllll, 
. Iliihk of Mdiilniil, \V 



Miihlii, Mui-.i I'liilliiiiil, (hriimi. |:;iiiU iif liillisli 
ColuiiiM.i ; Sii, I I'll nrini'ii, WiMih nf llriii^ii ( 'oliim- 
lim, Anirlii < iililiiniiiiii Iti U, I- iisi Niil, Hunk ; Si. 
Jiiliii'n, \niiiiiiiiilliiiiil, liiiiik ol Miiiiiiciil, h'. .1. 
ililiilrr, Miui.mi'i'. 

Nkw Hill nnwii k. Hank ok Lmnluii, W illi;iiiiH, hi on 

uikI Manrhc'sti'i' ami Salt'onl Hunk, l.iiiiitt'd; A' fc 
Yuiii, Mccliiiiiii't' NalKiniil Hank . liimluii, Kliol 
Nlllioiial HaiiK • I'lhu'i' luln-nfl Is'iiiiil, Clmiliittt 
town MficliaiilN' Hank of llulifav ; t'n'ili'viiti'ii, 
ri'oj)lcV Hank ; llnlij'i.r, .V.\, MitcIihiiIi' Hank ol 
llallla\ , Mmiliiiil, MoIsoih H.iiik. 

Nova SciiiiA, HvNh OK- f 7(/if»./(), \U-\ Uolnil'^on, Mut., 
\V. II. Itiivics. .\>st. .Mui'. ; IuiiihIiiii, Jiiniiiicii, 
W.I., \\. W lllllll, Mi;r. ; HI. ./nliii'n. Seirriiaiil, 
■I. A. .\li' I'od, Maiiamr ; IIiihIihi, Miifii., W. K. 
HlaMTl, .MaiiaKiT ; lliirlni Uriicr, S,iiriiiiiiiil/iiiiil, 
Citliti.^, Miiiiii' ( oric-^iionilrnlM Ciiuiulii. ( ana- 
(liaii Hank of i 'oinni'ic r anil HraiiclK's : Hank of 
Hi'itiili ('cilmiiliia ; lin'iil lliihiiii; l.iiiiilnii, lloyal l 
H.ank f)f Scollaml : Snillninl, Hi>\.i\ Hank ol .Si'ot,. 
laml ami Hianclics; I'.S.: ,\rir lurl,. Ilk. of New ' 
Nork, N. H. .\.; lliiKtnii, .Mi-ii'liaiiH' .National HaiiU : 
Sun /•'/■iiiK'i.vcD.H.ank ot Hiil isli ( 'oliiinliia ; St. I'i,'iir, i 
Miiliii'lun, Haiii|iii' ilcs lies .'><t. I'jfrn i .\lic|iiilon ; ' 
///((•«/(((,('()'<(/, lie /alilo >v Co.; ('Ill- II', I'irsl Na 
lidiial Hank, Miiiin'iiiiiiliii, Nicollcl Nalion.il Hank. 

Luiiiiiin, I'arr's Hank (l.iniilcd) ; | 
'I'lif .\;,'i Ills Hunk of .Moiili'eul, \ 
National Hank of the (,'ity of 
/•'rninr iinil Hunnie, ( I'cilit I. win- 
n\, I'.liot National Hank ; Omtein), 
Kirst Nation il Hank; Cliifiiiin, Hank of Montreul; 
St. I'mlx, MtTcliant" .National Hank; Mora Srntin, 
l'('Ojil<''s H.inl; of l|/ilifa\; S'rir nninsirirk, Hank of 
Montreal, .St. .(olm, N.I!.; I'.H. lulnini, .Morcliantu' 
Bniik of Halifax at Charlolli'towii. 

OlTAWA, Hamx ok l.iiiuliiii. I.'iiiitiiiiil. I'arr's liatik 
(I.iiiiit.i'd); Sfiiv Yvrir. ■ liii-min ivtil C"iiiiilii, Hank 
of .Montreal ; I'.DHton, N.itional Hk. of tl,.' Keinil.lic, 
MaHwafliiisetts Na,l. Hk. and Maiuifnctiirers Nat. Hk. 

I'Koim.k's Havk 111- llM.iiw l.iiiiiliiii, rnioii Hank of 
London ; l!o.itiin. .Nrw lln^'and National HatiK ; 
.V«i(. Vi-rk, Hank of New York, N. H. A : (tiilaii'n 
(iiiil Qiii'lii'r, Hank of Toronto, Untario Hank; 
I'liiiii, Priiiiri', Credit l,yoiiiiais ; Si'irfiiinnlliinil. 
Hank of No\a .Si'otia : Mimii'itfinlU, I'irst .Naliona! 
Hank ; St. •/■ilin, Hank of New Hriiiiswick. 

Pkoi'IjE's Bank ok \. H. /.kihIuh, I'mon Hank; Ifew 



Ontario 


li\Nl. 


\eir 


Viirk. 


Tlio 


Koiirtli 


Npw 


York ; 


iiais 


lillSti 



yiiik, Koiirth Natlonnl Hunk; liiinlmi, Kliot National 
Hank ; Monltiitl. rnloii Hunk of Can. and Itratiolieit. 

(^1 KiiKi llAMi Liniiliiii, Hank of Mcofland : .Ycir Yurk, 
.Xuents, Hiiik of Hriti-li .North America 

St. IIvaiiniiik, Haniji k Siw Vnik. National Hank of 
tile Kepiililic, liii|i'irli'rH and Tradei N, and l.adcii- 
linrif, I lialinnnn .v Co. ; lUi.-tmi. Mercliaiitft National 
Hank; I'mi ilii, MerchantH Hank of Canada and 
llraiiclies. 

St. Siki'iiun'm H\Mi l!ii><liiii,(i\itUv Nat. [Ik.; S'ew Yvrk, 
New York Hk. and Nat. H kiiii,' AHsix'lation ; Liniilnn, 
(ilyn, Mills, ( !iirrie >\: Co.; iW»(i/(('((/. Hk. of Montreal. 

SiANMiAiili Hanix— Si'ii' Yoik, lni|iorlers and Trudur^ 
Nation, d Hank ; Mnnlirnl, ( 'an. Hank of ( 'oniinerce ; 
l.iiiiiliin, KiiK-. .National Haiikol Scotland (Limited). 

Si'mmkilsiipk Hank l/nii^cia/, .Molson's I'.ank; llnliinx, 
I'liion Hank of Halifax , .-^t. .luliii. Hank ol .New 
Hnniswick; IUdiIdii, Hlackxtone .National H.uik. 

ToHoNio, H vsK OK- fi'icd/ lliiliiiii. Til" London City 
and .Midland Hank ( Limited) London; Ai'if York, 

Nat. Hl>. C mcri'e ; I'liiniijn, Kirsl National Hank; 

till lllllll, .ManillacUireis anil Traders Hank ; llfliuil, 
lielfoii Nalional I! oik; Unliii-n, HauK o* Hamilloii 
and Hr.inclics : (,'"i I'r, La Hiii |iie Nalionale; Sum 
Si'iiliii, I'liion Hank of llalil .s, l'eo)ile's Hank of 
llalif.iN : Mnnitiiliii, Hiiliuli Culiiiiihiii iiiil New 
iiiiHiiir'nk, Lank of HriliHti Norlli .\nierica. 

TUAliKH.s Ha.nk ok Ca.naiia - /y(>//(/"/(. National Hank of 
Scotland ; Si'W Ymk, American KxcliaiiKc Nalional 
Hk.; liiillntii. I'liion Hk.; Cliiniiin, I'irst Nat. Hk.; 
Okwi'ijii, .Second .National Hk. ; i^iivhfi-, (/nelice Ilk. 

U.MoN Hank ok Canada //<'«(/"", Parr's Hank (Ltd.); 
Liirriiiiiil, I'arr's Hank (Ltd.); A'tfc Yuik, National 
I'ark I', ik, Hanover .Natt. ; lliintnii, .National Hank 

of till iMililic; St. I'liiii St. I'aiil Nalional Hank; 

tliiffiuii. I'.iill'alo Cil.v Hank ; ('liiciujii, Comniercial 
.National ; hiimit, Lirst .National Hank ; Great 
l-'iilln, yUnil., I''irst Nat. Hank : iliiuieiijinUs, Nat. 
Hank of (.'onimerc. 

I'MoN Hank ok IIai.ikax- LoniUm, I,(>ndoii and Wtsst- 
min.ster Hank, Ltd.; Scivfoumllaml, Mercliantu 
Hank ; Snv Ymk. National Hank of Commerce ; 
Hii.^oii, .Mercliants' .Nal'l Hank : .Muntirnl, Hank of 
Toronto ; Toionto, Hk. of Toronto and Hranchos. 

Wkstkkn Hank -A'cic Yurk, Merchants' Hank of Canada; 
Liiiiiiun, F.iiiiliind, Uo\al Hank of Scotland. 

YAHMorril, r.ASK OK. N. S lliili/ii.r. The .Merchants' 
Hank of Halifax ; St. Jiiliii, The Hank of .Montreal ; 
.\'eir York. Tile National Citizens' liank ; I'lustKn, 
The Kliol National Hank ; Liiiiilnii. (i.li.,'T\w Cnion 
liank of London ; Miintrenl,'V\\v Hank of Montreal 
and .MolsotiH liank ; i^uehec. Hank of .Montreal. 



PAR OF EXCHANGE. 



In 1707 It waseiiacled thr.: ceriain Krencli and Spanish 
coins should iia.-is as dollars at four to the pound cur- 
rency, and as four shilliniZ's and sixpence MlerlillJ,^ so 
eiyhteen shillinys stirliii!,' liecame ci|iial lo a pound (or 
twenty shillinu's) ciirri ncy, and iweiiL\ sliiUinirs stt'ilin^r 



hccame eipial to si. 11: currency, and .SLIl was known 
as "par." In 1^7l ihc Kederal I'arlianitnl made the 
Hritish soverciyn ciirrenl at ^4.Sti.-;, heiiiy iU iitr cent. 
)ircniiiiin on the old par. 



COINAGE IN CANADA. 









In the early da\s all soils of coin ucre used in I'.ritish 
North .Xnierica. 

The tirst step taken in Canada lor a revision of cur- 
rency uas in I7!i.'i. will I., lo renie(l\ the evils resulting- 
from llie coined moncv in circnlalion heiiiij: ri diiccd in 
weiifht, dehasi'd in xahicand conijioscil ..f cMry variety 
of pieces peculiar lo all eon ill lies iradiiu;' with this con- 
tineiil, an .\cl was pissed which tixcd a slaiidard of 
value founded ujion ihi> average intrinsic worth of the 
trold and sih or coins of (Jreat Hrilain, I'ori iinal, S|iain, 
Krance and Hie Inited Stales, 

Siih.sequeiitly various .Vi'ls of the Lc<;is!atili\s estah- 
lish'.'d a valuation for these jiieces, at which thcv were 
accepted in market oven. 

Finally, in l.s.'iS, the Province of Canada adopted 
dollarij and cents, poundsj, shilliii;,'s and peiii'e as the 



only moneys of account. In 1871 the l-'ederal Parlia- 
iiiciit passed the Act, (Cha]). 4, Acts of ls7l) respecting 
llie uiirreiic.v, which f^av c to the provinces of the 
l)(,niiiuoii a uniform currency, the sinjjle yold standard 
ado))led heiiitr that of the liritish sovereign of the 
vveiyhl and fniciiess pres'-ribed hv the laws of the 
I'nited Kinjfdom, to pass current at •■?4.St);i. Provision 
was also marie that, until olhervvisc ordered hy Her 
Ma.jcsly's proclamation, the v;dld cajrle of the I'liited 
Slates, of Ihc tixcd weiyhl of 1(1 pcniiv wcitrhts and 
IS grains tio.v, and of a settled standard of lineiiess, 
should he Ic.;.",! tender in Canaila. The same .\cl Jiro- 
V ided for a j;ol'' coinauc for Caiiiida, hut special Cana- 
dian i,'ol(l coinage has not lieen minted. 

Silver coins were made le^al tender lo i?10, and minor 
•oil! lo •i.'i cents. 
The silver coins in use are 50, 25, 20, 10 and 5 cents. 



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BANK STATISTICS. 



No. l.-Tlie followiiiff isacoiiiitarativcstatenitnl of tic- assets and lialiiiitii's of the banks in Ciinada on the 

:m\\ .luiic, ihurj-iih:— 

HANK STATEMENT, .(Otii JINE, 1895-»«. 



LlAIIILITII'^. 



189ft 



1806 



181>7 



Capital paid-tip. 



Cirotilatioii 



S!«l,7Ol,0O7 I !S62,11)8,413 .■<H;i,94it,r);»« 



:to,lO(i,r>78 



;tO,3;J6,844 32,;«W1,174 



hejiosits I 

I'avalilfon domand ] (!«,.'')8'i,(i30 

I'avalde aftiT notice or on a fixed dav ! 114,(Wl,4()lt 

Miule 1..V other l.anl«s ' 2,216,6}K1 

llalancc due otlu-r lianlts or ajrenoics 1 4,930,873 

lialanci'due hoininioii and I'rovincial flovernincnts 8,54(1 493 

Other llaliilitii-s i 479,99.^ 



((•2,934, r.31 

r2(t,>*3ri,4()l 

•2.494,1 Hi 

fi,4()2,.'i7() 

5,845,831 

4-2S,S»MI 



71,4(t(i,4.')7 

\->i) (i75,^231 

•2,940,414 

3,2<I8,1«3 

7,514/2;«i 

iV.l5.475 



Total lialiilities. 



A88KT.S. 



....j .*2-2C,943,(l«4 S2^28,338,219 i*247,7««,15l) 



Specie and Dominion notes 

Deposits witli (juverrnnent for security of note circu- 
lation 

Notes of and chwities on otlier lianl\s 

Due from i.irencies and otlicr l>anl<s 

Dominion (lelientures or stuclis 

Otlier noverinnenl, niunii-ipal and public securities. 

Loans to Dominion and Provincial (loveriunents 

(^all lf)ans on tionils, stociis, etc 

lioans to or deposits niaile in other banks 

Current loans 

Debts overdue 

.Nfortiraifes on real estate and real estate held b,v 
banks 

liank iiremises 

Otlier assets 



820,945,399 I !*21, 805,797 



1.8-24,7^27 

(i,7>0,(W5 
24,989,694 

2,(i47,191 

18,31 4,.'-(Hi 

(145,792 

I(),7(i3,(i22 

3,1(18,546 
■2(1.5,497,0411 

2,3«(),iM14 

1.718,883 
5,.5-29,.349 
1,853,862 



i 



l,S41,-27() 

7,733,9,52 
22,'284,708 

3,(a5.151 

•20,312,597 

702,(14(> 

13,(l24,(i(i(i 

3,308,727 
•208,014,178 

3,468,517 

2,647.9-26 
5,614,797 
2,-267,834 



?»'24,fi84,894 

l,S.^,9,9;iO 

8.4!0,673 
•29,707,646 

2,796,936 
25,588,048 

l,4-27,(K«t 
14,S!t8,6-29 

.3,737,707 
•208,527.(I!M) 

3,ft34,l(!3 

2,,)02,463 
5,.587,046 
1,959.974 



Total assets \ !<312,9S6,516 8310,r22,706 ««3i), •203,890 



1808 

*02,303,137 
36,539,103 



.'i2,313,!KHI 

144,749,443 

2,5f)3,424 

3,882,(V26 

6,872,080 

497, .'^•45 

?277,407,.521 



^•24,497,535 

1,915,070 

9,663.728 
•29,7-22,716 

4.901 ,6^27 
34,^264, ^288 

1,649,2;U 
'20,(Hi6,715 

3,665,0^2() 
^^•22,4 13,538 

2,855,867 

2,703,728 
5,740,1.54 
1,574,835 

*366,634.052 



No. 2. The foUovvinj; table j:ives the .yearly avera^'e ]iai(!up capitul, assets, liabilities and other particulars 
of tlie various banks in operation in each year since 1881, according to the returns made to the Governinenl, as 
rcipiired by the Hank Act. These averages are Uiade up from the twelve monthly returns sent by ull the banks 
to the Ciovernnient durintr the year: 

I'AUTICCLAKS OF HANKS IN CANADA, 1881 1898. 



Calendar 
Year. 


1 

Capital 1 
Paid-up. i 

859. .534,977 


Notes in 
Circulation. 

.■-•28,516,692 


1 

* Total on 
Deposit. 

.-^94,346,481 


Total of 

Discounts f(i 

the People. 

.•:!l 16,9.53,497 


Liabilities. 
SP27, 176,249 


Assets. 


Percent- 
a^fp of 
Liabilities 
to Assets. 


1881... 


.*200. 61 3,879 


63-39 


1882 ... 


.59,7!iO,(;44 


3:i,5«2.080 


110,133,1-24 


140 7,194 


140.777,^214 


227,4'26,835 


65-86 


1883.... 


(■>I.3<HM18 


33,283.;«i2 


107,648,383 


14-1.944.0.57 


145,938 005 


228.084,6.50 


63 98 


ias4 . . . 


(H,,'i79,((21 


.■!0,4 10.41(1 


IO-:,308 -2-28 


1. -{0,490, 0,53 


I37,493,!tl7 


219,1)98,642 


62 -,50 


1886 .... 


61,711,.'i()(i 


30, 7^20, 7(12 


104,011,(160 


1-2(1.8^27 702 


!.■{.•<, 762,695 


210,147,080 


63 32 


1886.... 


t>l.(i()2.09.> 


31.030 49!t 


tll,449.;{li5 


l:{2.833.313 


146,11,54, •2(l(t 


■2^28,061,872 


(W 44 


1887.... 


(iO.SC.O.riCil 


:12,47n as 


112.6.56,085 


130,753,7.55 


140.704,402 


•2;!0.393,(i72 


64-98 


1888 .... 


(10,345.035 


32,^205.!,50 


12 -.,13(1, 173 


141.1 02.;t73 


l(13,!HiO,7;i7 


24.-{,.504,164 


67-35 


IhSit... 


(^.•2^29.752 


32,-207.144 


l'{4.(1.5(»,732 


149,0.58,0MI 


173,l^29.(102 


•253,789,803 


(18-18 


1890.. . 


.59,074.0112 


;i2,8;!4,511 


135,.548,704 


153,301,3:15 


173,^207,.5H7 


254.54(1,3^29 


68-05 


1891 ... 


(lo,70( ,(107 


33,(lt;i,042 


1 18,;i9(1.9(18 


171,08^2,(177 


I87,:i:{2.:f25 


'2(li>.3(l7,i 32 


60-56 


1892 . . 


(11 (1-26.311 


33,78><.670 


lti(i,((18.471 


193,4.55„8o:{ 


208,062.169 


2!il (i:{5,^251 


71-34 


1893 . . . 


(i2.0O0,:!4(l 


:!3,M1.<»;'5 


174,770,722 


2(M1.623.042 


2 1 7, i 95.075 


30^2,696,715 


71-75 


1894.... 


62,(l<13.371 


31,l(!il.(Ki;! 


18t,743,8!M) 


'204,1 -24, 0;{0 


•2-21 KKl, 7-24 


307,5^.'0,(>20 


71-87 


1895.... 


(ll.siKi.Toil 


30,s(l7,(l41 


190,91(1.9:<9 


'2O3,7:{O,8O0 


'22'.',704,:{22 


1 31(l,.5:{(i,510 


72 50 


1896 ... 


(12.043,17 ; 


31,4.5(1,^207 


103 61(1 (149 


213,211,09(1 


i 232..-{38,(l8(l 


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FORMS OF GOVERNMENT THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.' 

By Sir .1. (J. li.nKiNor, K.C.M.O., I.L.I>., I'. U.S.C., Ai niou ok " Hnw Canada is 

(jltiVKIlNKl)," "TUK ST(i|;V uK CaNADa" (NaIIUSS SkiiIKs), AM) OTHKR WnKK.S 
ON TUK JIisKjHV ANI> (ioVKKNMKNT OK CaNAHA. 



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I.-INTBODUCTION. 

In this necfssarily very hriif survey of tin- fnriiiH of goveninu-iit throughout the world, I 
have fduixl it most couvcniout toi' |uii|ioh(m of lofiTeucro to iirr.inge the subject under the 
headings of "countries," "executive |)(i\vir," and " h'g'Mliitive power," with some mention of 
local or municipal government under the l.ittcr. I enmmenee with the British Empire, as 
embracing the countries in wiiicli Canadians liave naturally the deepest interest. After (jreat 
Britain and Ireland follow the colonies and deiiendeiiuies of tiie empire, including India, in 
alphabetical order. 'I'hen come the other countries of the world in the same alphabetical 
order, commencing with the absolute monarchy of savage Abyssinia, while all colonies and 
dei)endencies follow the reference to their particular sovereign state. 1 have also thought it 
advisable, for pur]ioses of reference, to add the area and population of every country. 

A review of the metliods of government in the world show a survival of the oldest forms, 
though in a more or less modilietl state. We sec still in America examjjles of tribal 
communities ; in .Asia and Africa the organized patiiaichal forms, and the nomadic hordes 
and cam]) nations. We can see illustrations of the division of organized government that was 
many centuries ago given by that master of iM)litical science, the (Ireek Aristotle. Although 
his analysis of Uhe forms of government was far from t xhaustive, and his descriptions are not 
quite adapted to modern types, his enuineralion still serves as a most excellent frame on which 
to hang an exposition of these forms for studies and discussion. We see monarchy, or the 
rule of one, in Russia, China and Turkey ; aristocracy, or the rule of the few, in a waning 
degree in (iorniany and Austria, where nobles still exircise large power in houses of peers and 
in government ; deniocraey, or the rule of the many, in the United States, in the South 
American republics, and in numerous countries to which popular government has extended 
itself within this century. We see also the truth of his remarks that monarchy can assume 
the degenerate shape of tyranny ; aristocracy, the degenerate shape of oligarchy ; and 
democracy, the degenerate shai)e of anarchy or mob rule. Under modern conditions aris- 
tocracy, as a form of government, is fast disappeai'ing l)efore the growth of democracy. In 
England the j)ower of the peers was etrectually broken by the introduction of resi)onsible 
or parliamentary government in the reiun of William III. and the passage of the first Reform 
Bill of 183'J. The peers of the realm now derive th(;ir inlliienci! clnetly through their con- 
nection with the political party in power and the ministry that owes its existence to the 
commons. On the continent of Kuro[)e, the houses of peers are still j)owerful, but their 
power as a house is chiefly derived not from purely aristocratic iiiHnence, but from their share 
in the work of legislation as a branch of tiie legislature, and from the presence in the majority 
of cases of life or elected niend)ers, representing important class, educational, an<l other 
interests that l>ring the bodies into touch with the more popular elements of the country. 
Monarchy still exists as an important form of government. The present government of 
Russia is abnormal in the Eurojie of to-d,iy, as al)normal as that of the Turk, — " a belated 
example of those crude forms of ])olitics which the rest of Europe has outgrown " Otherwise 
the monarchies of Euro[)e are limited by the resolutions of the jtopular parliaments. While 
monarchy is more or less limited and aristocracy sterns on the j)oint of disappearing, 
democracy, as a form of government, is in a fair way to prevail universally. Ever tiince the 
rise of jjopular education in the last century, and the success of parliamentary government in 
England, and popular government in the United States, the forces of popular thought have 

' Keviaud and corrected froiu hitest available authorities. 



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made a steady headway throughout the world. Hut we have seen that tlemnuracy may mean 
license aiul aiiaruliy, as Ari»totlu long ago foresaw, and nmie but a Ca'sar or a military leader 
can at times hriiig it back to reason and 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 tiiose countries tyranny as brutal as that of ('aligula or 
Com nodus has reigned. Out of fourteen j)resident8 of the Bolivian republic, thirteen have 
died assassinated or in exile, and no one can safely conjecture the tinal fate of any of the 
former colonies of Spain. Even in the United States, despite the influence of I'higlish 
institutions and the English governing instinct for law and order— the saving principle always 
in that great federal republic — democracy at times, under the sway of mob rule and party 
spirit, has seemed clearly dangerous to public security and good government. 

Hut a close study of forms of government is encouraging since it shows on the whole a 
steady growth of representative institutions, and the extension of [>opular rights under hopeful 
conditions of law and order. The theory of national sovereignty has been now accepted in 
France, Italy, Spain, I'ortugal, KoUaud. lielgiuni, (ireece, and the Scandinavian States. In 
Germany it has not been yet acclimatized, but wiiile the emperor's will is still a powerful factor 
in government and legislation, we can see the iiiHuence of the Englisli principles of parliament- 
ary and popular government. In S|iain we still see the intluencc of the military spirit, and 
no one would be surpriseil to see bayonets in the Cortes at certain political crises. In France, 
the results of late have been encouraging, anil it is (juite possible that France may still give 
us additional evidences of the strength of parliamentary government outside of countries of 
Engiioh origin. 

England is the mother of free governments throughout the world, even among nations 
that do not speak her tongue. Her principles have more or less influenced the great com- 
munities of Europe, as I have just shown. Her self-governing depemlencies have closely 
followed her parliamentary system of government, and year by year we see colonies emerging 
from a state of pupilage and 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 
depressed trade and the existence of a large and idle coloured population, not equal to the 
requirements of freedom and citizenship. The British empire now comprises forty-two 
distinct and independent governments. In addition to these there are a number of scattered 
dependencies under the dominion or protection of England, which do not possess regularly 
formed administrations and v,ast territories controlled by English chartered companies pro- 
tected bj' the queen. Of the forty-two administrations, eleven have elected assenddies and 
responsible government ; the others are ( I ) crown colonies in v/hich the crown " has the sole 
control of legislation while the administration is carried on by public officers under the con- 
trol of the home government"; or (2) colnnies "possessing representative institutions but not 
responsible government, in which the crown has no more than a veto on legislation, but the 
home government retains the control of public officers." 

While the old world is the home of the parliament and a responsible ministry, the new 
world is that of a congress, and an executive not having seats in or directly responsible to the 
legislature. In some countries of Europe, antl in l-jiigland's dependencies, the English model 
is directly followed, but the South American republics have taken the American system with 
some modifications. In Canada alone, in America, is responsible or English parliamentary 
government seen in complete operation. Nevertheless it is England that has given represent- 
ative government to the world at large. The system of the United States is based on English 
institutions of a century ago, and on the legislative system of the old English colonies. 

The principle oi federation has been fully expanded in the United States. It has formed 
the model for even Switzerland and Canada, and ileveloped the idea throughout the world. 
In (Jermany, Austria, Hungary, Norway and Sweden, the West Indies, and in a few South 
American republics, we see this federal idea solving important problems of political govern- 
ment. In Australasia* there is now before the legislatures and people a scheme of union 

*New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria will form a federal union under the name of "The 
Commonwealth of Australia "—the other colonies of Austrahisia having' so far ri'fusc<l to unite with those named. 



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[1900 



based on that of the United States and Canada, and it in certain now tliat those distant 
English eoninuinities will enter dnrinj; I'.KMj into the rank of federations. The federal idea 
in co-operation with re8j»on8il)le or representative government nnist sooner or later rnle the 
world. 

In every conntry possessing representative government we see a parliament or diet or 
congress, or some other as..'ind>ly eonvi^ynig the same politieal tlumght in tlie particular 
language of a nation or state. In the majority of oases, two houses prevail. Canada occupies 
an exceptional position among llnglisli ilcpendenciis with responsilde government, since live 
out of the seven piovinces of the dominion have aholished their lesiislative councils or upper 
branches of tiie legislature. Thosi; countries in .America that have foUoweil the model of the 
United Slates possess a .senate or up[ter cliamli.r (Niciragiia excepted). One chambered 
legislatures prevail in Sorvia, Bulgaria, (Ircece, in the landtags of .Austria, and in the diets 
of the minor (lerman states except those of the free cities. Apart from these legislative 
bodies, the ICnropean communities have two dianibers, varying from that of Norway (where, 
after a sini,de geMujral election, a certain nuniher of tin; deputies returiu'd are t<dd to make an 
upper house,) to the ultr i-aristoi-i-atic house of maunates, estaltlished from the earliest tinie 
under the ancient Hungarian constitution. Here lita'v pikers, iteiu^rally mixed with life peers 
and elective peers, are still c'-tinmon in tlit! secon 1 (;hainlieis ot the continent of I'lurope ; they 
are found in Cisleith m Austria, ii\ I'lnssia. in liiv.iria, in some of the smaller Cerman states, 
and in Spain and Portugal. Life peers also cxicur by thems Ives but the crown is geneialiy 
directed by tiie constitution to stdtict them fi-oni ccrtiin classes of distinguished men. 'I'he 
best example of an upper house formed \iy this nictlioil is the Italian senate. In many states 
the mode of electing senators or peers is indirect, either the electorate is different, or pro- 
vinces, or states or connnunes elect, while the deputies of the popidar branch are taken frcnn 
the nation at large. Kven the senate of the United States is foumled on inecpiality of repre- 
sentation. This distinction between the elections of the two houses shows a fundamental 
(hnibt as to the saft^ty of the democratic theory. 

The second or popular chand)er, however, is the most powerful. All elected or second 
assemblies have the initiation of money votes, and tax.ition. The senate of tlte United States is 
probably the sole instance of a legislative body whicii is not inferior in legislative iin])ortance 
to the lower house, ami ])ossesses special functions -the approval or rejection of important 
appointments and tlm conlirniation of treaties -not enjoyed by any similar body in the world. 
In the Spanish cortes, however, either house may take the initiative in all cases of legislation. 
In the Netherlands, the vipper house cannot annnul the bills of the lower branch, but must 
accept or reject them in their entirety. The Ibitish house of lords cannot initiate or amend a 
mcHiey bill ; neither can the Canadian senate nor the upper houses of any of the British 
dependencies. The senate of the United States, however, may amend while it cannot 
originate a revenue or money bill. The upper house of the Prussian landtag cannot amend 
the budget. In Ausliia-Ilungary, l>aden, Saxony, Ilesse, Portugal, Norway, Sweden and 
Wurtemberg, t))ere is the system of a union of two houses or their committees to pass money 
or other bills on whicli there is a deadlock. This is a useful precedent under certiiin 
C(niditions, and recalls the system of electing senatoi's for the congress of the United States. 
In the proposed constitutiiui for the lederation of Australia, when there is a deadlock between 
the two elective houses of the parliament of the Coininonwealth^ — as the united colonies 
are to be called— a dissolution nnvy take place to obtain the opinion of the people, and then a 
joint sitting may be ordered on the disputed measure, which will be decided by a niajcu'ity of 
the members voting jointly thereon. In some (iernian states a ])ermanent ccnnmittee represents 
the house or houses then not sitting -a <)iia-<i responsible government in practice. 

Universal suffrage prevails generally in North and South America, including the provinces 
of British Columbia, Manitol)a, Ontario, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. In a 
few South American states, and in .Massachusetts some educatioinil tests are necessary. 
Costa Uica limits the franchi.se to those who can live resj)e(;tably, and Mexico to " all respect- 
able male atlults." Hayti reciuires her negro citizens to have "some vocation"— a mere 



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vinces 
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ei)|>heini8in certainly. In the st.-ites of ( 'olurailn, Utah and Wyoming, woniin can voti; at 
state, aa well aH at numioipal eleetiona, and the same is tnie of New Zealand and South .AiiHtralia. 
In Kiii'ope, property, ineome. and the payment of taxes govern. 'I'he (!erniaii rciohstiig and 
French chanduir of deputies are eiio.sen l>y general sullVaye. hut in no jiart of l-jirope except 
Austria can women vote even on a property (pialilication. In some countries a )ireiniuni is 
placed on learning or education, viz.: Victoria, Tasmania, Kcuador, Holivia, Chili, Cape of 
Good Ho|)e, .Malta, Hawaii, Hunu'ary, Bremen, antl other states. In Montenegro, men 
capa))le of hearing arms are the electors. In a few countries the age of electors is limited to '25, 
but the ordinary age of manhood, '21, may he considered the rule. 

Qualitications for mend>ers of the houses are rocjuired generally on the lines of ai/e, hut 
except in a few of the older states of Kurope property (jualilication is now not necessary for 
the popular ehand)er. The age of the elected or a]ipoiiited memlierN of tiie upper houses is 
generally greater than that of the lower, 30 heing the average. The numher of mendiers in 
upper houses — chiefly those elected or appointed — is, as a rule, lower than that of the 
popular chamher. The Knglish house of lords, however, is not very much less than that of 
the commons, hut, it must he remend>ered that oidy a small proportion of peers ever take 
their seats or vote. The Hungarian house of magnates actually counts a few more than the 
popular hraneh, while the new Japanese parliament preserves a jiarity. In the great majority 
of cases — not in (ireat Britain, however — mend>ers of legislative hodies are paid a sum, varying 
in amount, for expenses of the session and travelling. In Krance, Italy, Belgium and nearly 
all the Australasian colonies inend)eis receive passes over puhlic railways. 

The relations t(» the executive show great divergence. Countries of the Knglish type, aa 
I have already intimated, display the ministerial responsibility well developed. On the 
continent generally the conuecti(m is somewhat .slighter. In Sweden and Norway it is unde- 
fined. To be sure the (Jerman 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 i/u(i.si absolutism under constitutional forms, and the liberal ri'ijiine of modern 
times." 'i'here is ni> ministerial responsibility in Switzerland. Between the anglo-continental 
system and the congressional plan, there is a verj' wide «livergence. 

The sovereign of a monarchy and the {(resident of a republic has, with a few exceptions, 
some share, often considerable, in legislation. The (ierman emperor has v.ist poweis; — the 
other European constitutional sovereigns far less. The American president has far greater 
power in legislation than the queen of Kngland, since he can stop any congressional legislation 
when there is not a two-thirds majority in both houses to over-ride his veto. Tiie king of 
Sweden has an absolute veto in Sweden, and ])ronndgates various laws, though in his othee as 
king of Norway he has a suspensive veto only, and possesses some temporary powers when the 
storthing is not sitting. 

The French national assenddy h.as the important duty of electing the ]>resident of the 
republic, while the Swiss federal republic — the home of the "initiative" and the "refer- 
endum" — chooses the entire executive or federal council. Mendiers of this council can .sit and 
speak but not vote in the chambers. The federal .assend)ly 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 popidar government have, iiuleed, 
made remarkable strides within the latter half of this century. The latest accjuisition is 
Japan, which has already made a claim for a high place among civilized nations and jiroved its 
capacity to umlerstand the principles of parliamentary government as well as the rules and 
conditions of modern warfare. Another half-century nnist witness an extraordinary develop- 
ment in the same direction of popidar government. The great Knglish poet wrote a 
political truth when he told us years ago : — 

" For throuKh all the ajres an increasinjf puriiose runs. 
And the thoughts of men are widened with the process of tlie suns," 



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FOKMS OF GOVKUNMKXT TIIHOI'GIIOUT THE WOIIIJ). 



[1900 



II. GOVERNMENT OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 



I'npulalion, ;j4ri,(HMi,(MiO ; with proiciiniuH'H, iiImhiI 
38'2,<HHi,(HKi. Art'ii NvitliDUl pr iic'cird iirriior.v, !l,U4,- 
736 Hnuare mill's. 

(JRKAT HUITAIN AND IllKI.AMi. .M<)n:il<ll> llllclcr |>l>|-- 

lianieiilikr.v tioviTiimciit l'(i|iiiliiiiiiii in IMil, :!n.Iiii,!i7."i : 
Eintliinil, l'7,4s:t.l!H»; Wulew, l,.'.l;i,tKi.. ; Srotliiiiil, 4,ii-J;i,- 
647; IrclttiKl, 4,7U4,7f>»i; iHlaiKK. I47,J'4J; Amu and 
Nuvv aliriiail, •l.i\,-l\i. Aica. l-'ljli'i >i\\uiiv iiiilis: 
EriKliui'l. r)l.(i(Hi; Wiilis ;,;i7> ; Sioiliind, ;iip,(im; Ir.. 
land, :S1,7M). 

KXKCITIVK I'lPWKH. 

A sovfi'fi'^'ii, at prfsciit a i|ii''iii, cxfiyisint: all pDWiTH 
o( exi'i'Hli\c u'li^i'mnirril tliiniii;li a calpiiicl cipmin'M'd of 
curtain sworn priv^ ctinncillnrM, hIid ail as advisiTs of 
the (M-own, anil ('onduct llic piililii' adniiiiisliation in 
ari'ordanrt- with law and (Miristinniorial iisa^'f. Tlif 
thrown is lici-tMlilary, Inil sulijccl In >u(li limitations as 
ihu.v la- imposed liy parlianii'Ml i.e., Ii.v tliicrown, lords 
and commons. The head of flic a<lniinistrallon is the 
premier, or llrst minlsier, who is the i-hoicc of the 
crown; he selects the niemliers of the cahinel and min- 
istry, with the approval of the sovereiirn. The cahinel 
consists, at present, of III ministers, of whom the 
first lord of the treasurv is (.--enerallv premier. In addi- 
tion to the inner or ad\ isorv <'oii?iim1, called the cahinel, 
there arc other ministers holdini; suhorilinatc iiositions 
in the >;ovcrnmeiit, hut who also retire wil.h the cahinet 
ill case of rcsi){iiation or defeat. The whole nililihcr of 
porsons comiirisin;; the u'oxcrinncMt of Kiij;land, iiiclud- 
int; the chief olticials for Scotland anil Ireland, is Tili. 
The troverninenl hold oH'iec as loni; us ilicy retain the 
conlldeiice of the house of commons. 'Ihi- common law 
is the h.'isis of justice in (ireat Itritain anil Irelanil, and 
in all colonies and dependencies of the crown. Wher- 
ever, in Ihc lalter, the civil or other law is in force, 
it will he staled hclow in the case of the particular 
colony. 

liKinSI.ATIVK I'OWKII AND I.IMM, CoVKKXMKNT. 

The parliament of Great llrilain is coMi)iosed of the 
crown, lords and commons. Th- lords consists at pre- 
Bcnl of ri7li— archhishops (2), hishops (-24) and peers, the 
latter divided into 'll dukes, 'J-J niari|uesses, Hi) earls, 
20 viscounts, and :!US liarons. Six (irinces if the royal 
blood havi' also seats in the house. Scoiland is repre- 
sented hy Hi peers, elected for each parliament, and 
Ireland hy 'Js ri'presentative (peers elcctid for life. The 
speaker is the lord hi'.di chancellor of Kni;lanil. who is a 
iiiemher of the cahinel, and retires with a change of 
jfovermnent. The house of lords hasconrdiiiate powers 
of lei;i.slation with the house of commons, e\iept as re- 
spects taxation or money bills. It cannot initiate or 
amend such hills, hut it may under exrejilional condi- 
tions reject them as a whole. The house of commons is 
the body where the I'hief political power rests. It con- 
sists of ()70 meuihers, elected hy the Icyal elcrtors of 
Great IJritain and Inland, as follows: Knyland 4l)r>, 
Wales ;«l, S.^olland 7-!, Ireland lo;!. All elections are 
now hy hallot. Since the reform hill of IhHii the fran- 
chise has heen widely extended m idl classes who havv a 
stake in the coiuitry. The sulTiau'c is now divided 
amonir freeholders, cupyholders, leaseholders, occupants 
of lands and tenements, and loilirers of a specified value. 
The house of cninmons lasts for se\cn years unless 
sooner dissolved hy the crow ti with the advice of the 
cahinet. I'arliament is suniinoned, pniroyued and dis- 
solvei! hy the 80\erci;;ri. The s)ieaUcr and de)>ut.\ 
speaker of the conunons are eleeted hy (he house for 
the duration of the parliament. .Memhers do not re- 
quire a |»roperty i|ualitication, hut they must he Kii'^'li-^h 
citizens of the a','e of '21 years, not haiikrupts, or idiots 
or criminals. Menihers ai-e not |iai(|. The system of 
local ;;ovcrmnent has lieen much simplilied ipiite re- 
cently. Kn;;laiiil and Wales are now dividid into i',-> 
administrative counties, iujludinii the city of liOndon. 
In every county there is a council comiiosed of alder- 
men and councillors. Aldermen aie elected for six 
,vears, half of llicni ret iriin,' every third year. A coun 
cillor is elected for three year-*. The coiiiilies are ayain 
divided into " urhan districts " .and "rural dislricts,' in 
which councils are elected. The parisli continues to he 
a unit of local irinernment, anil the diitits formerly 
performed hy "vestries" are now discharjjed hy 



"parish nicetiuK:s" and "parish (wmncils." In cities 
and towns the atTairs are adminlstereil hy municipal 
corporal ions, consist in^ of mayor, aldermen and hiir- 
ucs-cs ; ilie mayor and aldermen arc elected hy the 
council, and the hutucsses hy ratepayers. Women <'an 
he elecied oiilv toilistiicl councils and (rirish councils, 
includinir I he London M'stries, .Married as well as 
siimle vMimcri can vote at |iarochial elections. In 
Scoiland there arc parish councils, and municipal 
hollies ui towns and cities. The councils of the latter 
consist of a prioosi and hailies. In Ireland there is no 
system of re)>rcsi'ntalive local ;,'o\ ernnient, hut ill 
couniies Ihc authority is the ^'rand jury. In some 
I iwiis and horouyhs there are cori orations cnnsislinjr 
of mayor, aldermen and councillors. In the majority of 
towns local ifovcrnment is entrusted lo coinmissionurs, 
a|>poinled hy the Irish ;;overnmciit. 



BRITISH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES, viz.: 

Aden, a Urilish protectorate and fortified station; 
estinialeil population, 4U,u(Hi, mostly Hedouins; area, 7.') 
sipiare miles. 

I'KiiiM, a dependency of Aden, has five sipiare miles, 
and a population of 'J,(ilM). 

KxKiiTivK I'OWKII. L'nder the lieutenant -Kovernor 
and council of Ilondiay, who arc represented hy a presi- 
dent or political resident, who is the coinmandanl of 
the Kiit;lish troops in the |>eninsula. 



Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a penal settle- 
mcMl ; csiimated population, •27,u<Hl; area, 2, .MW sipiare 
miles. 

KxKCi'TlVK I'oWKK.— .Suhject to jfovernineiit of Hen(;al 
(see India). A chief commissioner and siiperiiiteiidt-nt 
are appointed hy the Indian ^'overiinieiit. 



Ascension Island, a naval station ; area, Sfi sipiare 

miles. 

KxKii nvK ToWKK. This rocky island is under the 
control of the Kn;_dish navy. 

Bahamas (West Indies), representative but not re- 
siionsihlc K'ovcrmncnt ; ])opiilatioii, 47,.'it'>."i ; area, S,800 
sipiare miles. 

KxKciTiVK I'owKH. Govcriior a|)i>oiiite<I hy the im- 
l)erial irovernmenl, as in other colonies and di'))endencie8 
(exeepl the provinces of the Dominion of Canada), 
assisted hy an executive council of nine ineinhers, 
jiarlly oHicial and )iartly unolficial, liavinn; seats in one 
of the tiranehes of the Icjfislaturc. 

I.KUISI.ATIVK I'oWKK .\ND I.OC.AI, (ioVKRNMKNT. - Lejfis- 

lative council of nine memhers, chosen hy the crown, 
and a rcpresentali\e assembly of \l'.t memhers elected 
on a small )ii'o|ierty ipialiticalion. Memhers iniist 
have a pro|ievly i|ualilicalion. 



Bahrein Islands, English protectorate ; estimated 
pojiulation, •2.'>,(Kio. 

Kxi'.ciTivK I'OWKK. Hereditary chief or sheik, who is 
a .Mohammedan. Kurdish resident controls affairs. 

Baluchistan, an independent feudatory state of 
India under thi' protectorate of Km;lanil ; )io)iulatiLii, 
."iiiii.lHKi, lar^^elv nomadic; area, KiO.iHKi sipiare miles. 

KxKi rriVK l'ottKi!.~-.\ hereditary khan or chief, who 
is the head of a confederacy of chiefs, with undefined 
powers, and aided by an Kiifjlish political U(;cnt so far 
as I'rilish interests are concerned. 

Barbadoes, with representative, hut not responsible 
jjoverniuent ; )io))ulation, l!Mi,oii(i; area, ll'll square miles. 

KxKcirivK I'oWKii. — Governor, assisted by an execu- 
tive I'ommittec, olticials, military otliccrs, and such 
other persons as may he nominated hy the queen, one 
menilier of the lei;islative council, and four members of 
the ass( mbly, nominated b\ the •rovernor. 

I.KIllSl.A'riVK I'OWKII AMI I.OIAI, (JOVKIINMKST. — A Ic^fis- 

lative council of nine inenihers. apiiointed by the queen, 
and a house of assembly of 24 members elected annually 
by the people on a very liberal franchise, including per- 
1 sons enjoy inj; pensions. 



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FORMS (»F GOVEHNMENT TIIKordHoUT THE WORLD. 



97 



Basutoland, rrown oolony ; ))opnlntion, iiM^fXMi, 
ripnrly all imt Ivcn ; iircn I'Hliinntol at I<i,:<)hi Hipmrp iiiilcH. 

Kxw'iTivK I'owKH. A resident i-iininilMNioiicr, ny- 
iioitited liy ttie (towii, ai.'tiriir under the dlreclinii of the 
n\nh cnniniiHMioner for Sonth Afririi. 

liRUIHI.ATIVK I'oWKIt AND I,l«'.\l, (lovKRNMKST. - - I.eifis- 

lative authority in exiTcisi'd by the coninilHHioni'r hy 
proclamation. 

Bechuanaland, Mritish irown colony ; pop>iIation, 
-2(M),iMK); area, -Jl.'t.iNN) Nijiiare iiiileH. 

KxKi'iTivK I'owKH. -An adiuiiiistralnr, deputy hiifh 
connniHHioner, and chief lna^'iHtrate, represent in^ the 
tfovernor of Cape (Jolony. 

I.KOIHI.ATIVK I'OWKR AND LocAl, (i(l\ RIINMKNT. ThiH 

colony is to he annexed immediately to the Tape, at 
this tinio of writing'. 

Bermudas, « ith representative, hut not respoiiHihle 
jfoverruueiit ; population, Hi,0!»8; area, "^'i stpiare miles. 

KxKcuTiVK I'owKK. (iovemor, assisted hy a jtrivy 
council, appointed hy the crown, and eorisistinif of four 
otH(>ial and two unotltciiil memhers. 

IiK(HHI,AT!VK I'oWKK AND I.KCAI, (ioVKIIN.MKN'r. — A 

lejfislative council of iiiTie meuihers, three of whom are 
otticial, and six iinotticial, hut all appointed hy the 
crown. A house of OHsenihly of ;H\ memhers, elected hy 
a freehold (|ualifl<'ation. .Memhers must have a pro- 
perty ipmliti<-ation, and are paid Ss. a <lay for attend- 
ance. Hamilton and S(. Oeorjfe have corporations. 

British Central Africa, comprisin>r Xyasaland 
and the British sphere of influence heyond ; an Knu'lish 
protectorate; estimated jwipulation, .'>,(H)0,(HK). Area, 
estimated at .')0O,(Mk) scpiare miles. 

KxwiiTiVK I'owKK.— The alTnirs of Nyasaland are ad- 
ministered hy an imperial commissioner under the 
instructions of the secretary of state for forei;;n affairs, 
and the territory heyofid, under British influence, hy a 
commissioner directed hy the lirillsh South Africa 
chartered company. 

British Bast Aft-ica. {.See Zanzibar.) 



British North Borneo, a British protectorate ; 
estimated population, IT'i.tfK): area, *),(WM)s(piare miles. 

ExKCCTiVK I'owKR. -The affairs of this protectorate 
are, under a royal charter, administered hy a (;ourt of 
directors in London, with a ifoverTior, tre.isurer-tfeneral 
and residents appointed hy them, hut in the case of the 
(governor the appointment must he approved hy the 
foreitfii secretary of state. The Indian penal and other 
laws are administered with su(rh inodiflcations as are 
necessary. Rn^flish m.a)^islrates are stationed in the 
several provinces. 

British South Afl'ica (Rhodesia), comprisimr the 
rojfion lyinjf hetween the north and west of the Soulh 
African Uei»ihlic and the •I'lnil deirrec of south latitude 
and the southern lanundiiries of the Cont'o Free State ; 
population, estimated, .")ril),0(^) ; area, 17.'),(HK)s<i. miles. 

The affairs of this rejfion are laively under the control 
of the British South Africa ('omi)any. 

Brunei, a British protectonite ; population, 1,1, (XK) ; 
area, M,000 sipiare miles. 

Exkci;tivk I'owkr.— a native state, with a Sultan as a 
ruler. The consular courts at Borneo have jurisdiction 
here, with appeals to the supreme court of the Straits 
Settlements. ____ 

Canada, Dominion of, a federal dependency, with 
representative anil responsible (rovernment. Popula- 
tion, about 5,200,1)00 ; area, 3,315,047 square miles 
(exclusive of waters). 

ExRtiTiVF. PowKR. — The ipieen represented by a 
governor-jreneral, ai>pointud by the crown, and .advised 
by a cabinet chosen from members of the |)rivy council 
of Canada, and consisting' of 12 ministei-s, holding- 
departmental offices, besides one or more ministers 
without office. The jjoveriunent holds office as lonn' 
as they have the confidence of the popular bram^h of 
parliament. The principles of parliumeniary (foverii- 
ment are those of Kn;;land. The common and criminal 
law of England jirevails in all the provinces except 
Quebec, where the old French civil code and Ent;lish 
criminal law are in force, 

7 



LBOIHI.ATIVK I'oWKR AWI) liOCAl, (loVBRNMK.NT. — The 

ipieen, senate, and house of (nimmims. The senate is 
composed of 7.H members, when full, appointed hy the 
<^rnwn, possessed of property ipialification and of 
the met' of ;tO years. The speaker Is chosen by the 
crown. 1 1 has co-ordinate powers of h')(islation with 
thr house of commons, excu-pt in the (lasu of reiemie, 
ta\.iiion, or money bills. Thouk'h it caiuiot initiate or 
amend sui h hills, it may reject them under extra- 
ordinary circuniHlances. Members ,ire paid !<l,iMN) for a 
session of over .'«) days, and a sum for travelhni; 
ex|U'nses at the rate of 10 cents a mile ifoinjf and return- 
ini^. The house of commons consists of 2i;f members, 
elcctiod from IS.sri until l.'SltM on a dominion franchi.se, 
which was, in the latter year, repealed, hominion 
elections will hereafter be run on the pro\ incial systems, 
with some unimportant liuiitations. .Members reipiire 
no property ipialiflcation, but they must be of theatre 
of 21, and ilritish subjects, not disipialifled by law. The 
speaker is chosen by (lie cunnnons. Parliament has a 
le>fal existence of five years unless sooner dissolved hy 
the j^'overnor-tfcneral, and meets once every year. Mem- 
hers are paid the siune as senators. As Canada pos- 
sesses a system of federal (foveriunent, her legislative 
powers arc limited to certain subjei'ts of dominion or 
national import, set forth in the written constitution, or 
British North America Act, of IS»17, with the residue of 
power not expres.sly ^fiven to the provinces in the federal 
uovermnent. All the provinces of Canada, except 
Prince Edward Island, jxissess a very complete system 
if municipal K'overunient, which entrusts certain iiiiani 
levfislative powers to coiuicils in municipal divisions 
known as cities, counties, townshi|)s, towns, villat;esand 
(larishes, and elected by ratepayers. The rules and 
usajfes of procediu'c of the Canadian parliament and of 
the letrislatures are ba.sed on those of the imperial 
parliament. The closure does not exint in Canada. 

Provinces and Territories of the Dominion, 

viz. — Nova Scotia, population, 4."iO,.'{{)!> ; area, 20,e00 
square miles. New Brunswick, jmimlaMon, ,'i21,263 ; 
area, 28,200. Prince Edward Island, pojuilat ion, 100,078 ; 
area, 2,000. Quebec, population, l,4SS,.l:J.''i ; area, 228,- 
000. Ontario, poi)ulalion, 2,114,321 ; area, 222,000. 
.Manitoba, population, l.V2.,'-.(Hl ; area, 11«,021. British 
Columbia, po|)ulatio!i, 08,173 ; area, 407,300. 

ExKci'TivK PowKR. — In all these provinces there is a 
lieutenant-tfovernor, appointed for five years by the 
jfovernor-jfeneral of the Pominion in coimcil, and aided 
by an executive council of eij-ht or less members, who 
have seats in the le(fislattn'e, and are responsible to the 
popular house in accordiince with the principles of 
English parliamentary jjovernment. 

LKOISI.ATIVK PoWKIl AND LoCAI. fiOVKRN.MBNT. — In 

Nova Scotia and Quebec there is a Icjfislative council of 
20 and 24 members resi)ectively, appointed by the 
lieutenant -({overnor in council of eai.'h province. The 
assend)ly in these provinces consists of 38 and 73 mem- 
bers respecti\ ely, elected for four years in Nova Scotia, 
and for five years in (^iiebec, on a limited franchise 
based on property and income. The speaker of the 
legislative council is ap)>ointed by the crown. In the 
five other provinces there is only one house, an elected 
assemblv, viz., Ontario. 04 members; New Brunswick, 
41 ; P. E. Lsland, 30; Manitoba, 40; British Columbia, 
33. In all these provinces there is manhood sufTrajje, 
limited by residence and citizenship, hut in P. E. Island 
1.") are elected on a special real estate (pia'ification.* In 
all of these provin<'es the duration of the.a.ssembly is four 
years, utdess sooner dissolved. Sessions are .iiimial. 
In all of the j)rovi?ices the sjieakers of the assemblies 
are elected by the members. In both houses members 
are paid. Memhers require no property (pialiflcation. 
The legislative imwers of the leifi«lature8 are define(n)y 
the British North America Act of 18<i7 Widows and un- 
niarrie<l women, when taxed, can vote at municipal 
elections in Ontario and the Norlh-West Territories ; in 
.Manitoba and British Columbia, all womeii who are 
taxed in their own rijfht can vote at such elections. 

North-West Territories, divided Into districts, 
viz. : Alberta, Assiniboia, Athabasca. Saskatchewan, 
with representative but not responsible ifovernnienl. 
In addition to these partially settled and oriranized dis- 
tricts, the followiu); divisions have also been made in the 



*See Rourinoi's " (low- Canada is Governed." p. 165, 



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FOUMH OF UOVEUNMENT TllUOUUllUl T TIIK WOIM.W. 



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uiiMcllli'il \rit'\>ii\ ; KiMiikliii, Kt'f\\;i(iii, .Mui ki'ri/.ic, I'll- 
((iiva, anil Viik>>ii. TIk' liilal |i<i|iiilatiiiii iif ilic N, \V. T. 
ii« iiii« atiipiil l'i,'.,iKlii siiiiU ; area, -, J!l7,*-7 si(iiiilt' t ilcn 

KvKi I rivK I'liwKK. A liriili'iiuril i;'>^*'>'»"i'- <>l'l"''i>'*''' 
(or ll\i' yi'iiiw In till' niin'nior-ui'Mi'itl nt ('.inacla in 
coiini'll, an<l a»-<iNli'il liy a nniall lAfiiiliM' I'liuiicil. Tlii' 
MN^trni IS iiiiw |ii'ai'licall,v i'i'M|M)n>4llili' ^fnvci'nniiiii, an in 
ill)' nil! |>i'i>v ihi'CM. 

I,K1IIHI,\'I IVK INlWKH AM> I.OCAI, t IciVKII NMIAT. All 

assfnililv i)f '".* iiifiiiln'i'H I'liosfii liv liallnl on a vcr.v 
lilifl'al fraiK'hiM)' liaM'il on ri'siili'iiic aii'l hoimrlinlil 
<|iluiill<'aliiin, liKliaiiN licinu ('M'lu<l>'(l. It I'liiis its own 
H|it-alit'r, liiN a ilnialinii of (oiii' mmi- iinli'ss Nnoncr <liH- 
Hol\t'<l, and iiit'cfH on"!' cmtn ymi. Mi'inlirrN ijo not 
riMiiiiri' a |<i'o|i<-i'tv i|>ialili('al ion, ami arc |>aiil ii Hiiiall 
liiiii-niiiilv. The Icifi-iliiliM' powt'i's arc <l(llin'tl li> a 
(loiiiinion ai't, and arc, as nrarlv tm iiiarliialilc. tlioHc 
of [irov ini'ial aiHi'nililii"<. .\lnnici|ial iii«lilnlion» tiaxc 
lici'ii I'slaliliMhril in lowiiK ami rural <lwiri<'lH, in iiiiila- 
tiiiii of lilt' Ontario nvsIciii. 

Capo of Good Hope, with ri'^poiHllilc t'ovi-m- 
ini'iil ; |>o|iiilalion, l,,'i'j,s,iHHi; arrii. 'j'_'.',niKi NijuaiX' iiiilcH. 

KxK.ci ri\K ToWKlt. A uini'iiior, asni'.li'il liy an cvi'cu- 
ti\i' coiiiiiil of si\ or more iniinlM'is, liasini.' scats in tliu 
h'irislnluri' ami lioldinu olllct' on I Ik |irim'i|>li'sof res|i(>ii- 
Hililc u'oN rniiiicni. Till' Itoiiiaii Itiiii'li liv il ami Kn^'linh 
criniiiial Itws arc in force. 

I.KIIlSI.AilV K I'OWKH AMI I.OCM. (io\ KHNMKM. A \l"/\»- 

lalivc council of '.'-J nicinlicrs elected for si \ en M'arx, 
lireHided luer, c.r njlirin, liv the cliiif jMslicc, ami a 
house of asseiiililv of Ttl elected iiieiiilicrs. The ineinlierH 
of the lct;islau\e cmincil niiiHl ha\ e a (irnpertv i|iialill- 
calion, lint an.v |ier.s(in not an alien or ntherwise di^4- 
i|iialitleil niav lie elected ii ineinlier of asseinlil.N. Mem- 
her* of liiiih houses are t lecti'd liy liallot on a verv 
lilieral franchise, lias.d "ii |iro|ierl\, income or \v«;;es, 
und (pertain eleinenlar.v educational rei|iliiviiienls. 
Meniliers ari' paid. The deliale ina.v he either in Kimlish 
or hutch. The asseinlilN elects its own speaker, nieels 
annually, and has a ilnration of live years unless snaiicr 
ilissohed. .\ niuiiiiipal system has heiii eslahlished, 
and councillors are elected to hoards and councils. 

Ceylon, crown colony ; population, ;{,. (Ill, IKKI ; area, 
2ri,:«l.''i square miles. 

KxKtrriVK I'hwki:. (iovernor, aiiled hy iin executive 
council of ll\c luemhers, ciimposed of olllcials and the 
coniiuander in-chief. The lloman hutch law and Indian 
penal code )ire\ail. 

[.iKOIHt.ATIVK I'OWKU AMI I.OCAI, (i(l\ KH N.MKNT. .\ le;;is- 

lative council of 17 ineiiihei's. including,' the nieinhers of 
the executive council, four other otHc^eholders, and 
eiifht unotlicial mcmhers appointed liy the crown. The 
jfovenior is piesidpiil. (iovernuienl ajfenfs adniitii-tcr 1 
local affairs of the nine prininccs. 

Channel Islands: .lersey, (iuernsey, Alderney,! 
Sark, Ileriii, lepiesentative dependencies; population, i 
92,0iHl; area, 7:1 Mpiare miles. 

Kxi';ci rivi; I'owkh. one lienl.-yovernor appointed In 
the crown, for .lersey, and another i;overnor indueriisi-y ' 
for the other islands. * i 

I,K(UMI,Ari\K I'OWKII AM) I.OCAli ( iOVKII XMKXT. StUtOS | 

a.ssenihly, partly ottlcials. p.irtly electeil mcmlicrs. The i 
islands have their own laws anil customs. i 

Cj^rus. Hritish protectorate hy convent ion with j 
Turkey; estimated population, •Jp'i,(lllii ; area, :{,.',.si , 
(wpiai'c tlliles. 

KxKci TlVK I'oWF.K. lliifh cotuiiiissioner, or adminis- , 
trator, a|ipoiiited In the Kii',dish crown, and aided hy i 
an executive council of live mcmhers, iucludin;.' the ad- 
ministrator and cotnmandant of the garrison. 

I<K(nSI,ATtVK I'OWKK AMI LoCAI. (JoVKll X MI'lS T. I.eu'is 

lative council coniiioscd of the hiirh coiumissioner 
(president fx-offifin), six non-elective ineuihers <ir 
otflcials, and 12 elected mcmUers, nine chosen hy the 
non-Mahometan population and three hy the Mahome- 
tan population. The franchise, which can he exercised 
hy Hritish suhjects and foreiirners after the years' rcsi- 
den"e, is haseii on the payment of native taxes. The 
pouncil may last five yi'ars unless sooner dissolved. 
The Kiiiflish and ottoman law prevails, and Kny^liih or 
native judges cxcri'ise jurisdiction accoi'diny as t he case 
affects Ottoman or foreiu:n interests. Klective councils 
exist ill towns for local purposes. 



colli 
I 



Falkland iMlandH, crown col.iny ; population, 

■i,lKHi; area, J,o»ill sipiale miles. 

K\Ki I n\ f, I'ow KM. Itin eniiir, aided li> an execiilive 

mil, coniponed of the ;;iiM'rn'ir and two ottlciaiN, 
..KHISl.V UN K l'in\KII AMI l.oi \l,<iin K.IINMKXr. l.i'iriNla 

ti\e cMiincil of six nicnihcrs, including the e\eciiti\e 
''oiincil, the jud'ic, and two 'iiliir iini<tlh iai uiemherK, 
The ijov I r'i'ir IS |iresideni . 

Fi,|l and depeiidemii's, crown colony ; population, 
\21 IKKI; area, l'_'.'t sipiarc loihs, 

l'!\K( I ii\ K I'litt m. (io\ crnnr, aided hy an executive 
I'liiincil of llirei' iilllriai unitihcrs. .Nativ esare employ ed 
ill aihiiinistralivi' posiiion-. I liniuu'hout the islands. 

l,K.OIM,\n\K I'liVVKIl \N|I I. Ill At. ( io\ Kit \ MKN r. I,e(fis- 

lat i\ e council of \1 im inlnis, composed of tlie uovernor, 
as president, live utllcial and si\ mmoltlcial memhers, 
all appointed hy tin- crown. .\ s.v ■.lein of local cmern- 
ini'iit exists and I he nativi's are represented in xillay;e 
and district councils. .\u annual nieciinu of the liiuh 
chiefs and iiprisciitalives fmni each pmvince is held 
under the presidency of the i;o\criior, 

Gambia, cinwn colonv ; |i'i|iuIation, riO.iKio; area, 
•J,7iKl Mipiare miles. 

KvKciiivK I'livvKH. .\dniinislral(ir, aided In an ex- 
eculivi iiiicil of live nil nihers. 

I,KOISl, vrtVK I'oWKII AMI I.OC M, (!nV KIIXMKX r. I,e;{isla- 

live council of six pei'siins, coini'oscd of the adtninistra- 
tor, the three olllcials who ate executive co'uni'illors, 
and two noiMilllcial meniliers, all appointeil In the 
(Town. 

Oibi'altai", niilitary colony; |iopulation, -.JOiIkhi ; 
inclndin;; mihtarv ; aii'a, twosipiare miles. 

KxKcirivK I'ovvKK. (Iovernor. who is the general 
commanding and exercises all necessary jiowers of 
government. 

I.KOIsl. vrtV K. I'OVVKU ASIl LoCAI. (JovKllXMKNT. - Tilt) 

, maiia«enient ot local inalleis like water supply, drain- 
auc, health, etc., is (iitnisied to a hody nominated hy 
the <;overuor, calleil the sanilary commiMHioneis. 

Gold Coast Colony, crown colony ; population, 

l,l7:i,niKi; area, li>,iiiMi sipiare miles. 
KxKci nvK roWKii. (iovernor, aided In iiii execiilivu 
j council coiiipox'd of the commandant and four olllcials. 
I Lkiuslativk I'livviiii Axn I.ocm, (iov kiixmknt. I.e;;is- 

lalive council of the irmernor, t he chief justice, inem- 
I hers of the exiciilive council and ihree non olllcial 
.persons. Kor the purposes of administration the V.i 

districts of the colonv are iiresidrd mcr hy a cnmiuiH- 
' sioner 

i Guiana, Ih'itish, with representative hut not re- 
sp' isihle yoverniiient ; po|iulatiou, •2?S,'l(Ml ; urea, IHI),- 

' lino 'iitare miles. 

. K\Miri\K I'ovvKii. (lovernorassi>ted ly an executive 

i coiiti' ;l chosen from nieiiihci's of the cdiirl of policy. 
I he juiisprudeiirc is the Kti|,''lish criminal law and the 
lioinan-hiitch code. 

' I.KHISt.ATIVI-; INlVVKll AMI I.OCAL (ioVK.Il N MKX T. ("olll- 

' hi lied cfiurt, consjstinjf of a court of poliiy of seven 
otHcial and ei-.'-lit elective meinhers, anil also of six 
tlnancial representatives, the elci'ted niemhcrs liein({ 
chiiscn hy a very lilieral franchise liiised on jiroperty, 
income, taxes and rcsidein'c .\lcnilicrshi|i to the coiii- 
hiiied court and coirt of iiolicy is hased <iu a property 
and inciiiiic ipialitlcation. Taxation and finance are 
dealt with In the coniliincd court ahitie. .Municipal 
instil 111 inns have h en introduced into lliis colony. 

Honduras, Ihilish; crown colony ; population, 
:{2,lKi(l ; area. 7,.'iii2 sipiaic miles. 

KxKci TIVK I'ovvi-:!!. I.iciitciiaiit -^in criior. assisted hy 
an executive council of seven incinlieis, three of whom 
are unotlicial. 

l.KillSI.vriVK I'oVVK.Il AM) I.OCAI. ( ioV KKN .MKNT. Lcijis- 

lative council appointed hy the crown, and consist iny of 
three olficial and live iiicitlicial tiicnihers The lieu- 
tenanl-'.;cn ernor is president, f.ri>l!ii-i(i. 

HonpT-Kong, crown colony ; pojiulation, •2.S!),ll(K1 ; 
:ii'ea, ;fn sipiaic miles, liy a convention siyneil at I'ekin 
on .Iiiiie !», iMIs. the Chinese '.;in ernniciit li'used to 
(Ireat liritain lor '.I'.i vears the purl of Kauluii'.r and land 
farther inland, toireth.r with the waters of Mirs Hay 



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KoitMS (»F (loVKItXMKNT TIIMurdlHH'T THE WolllJ). 



!)9 



;:{!t,(ion ; 
il I'c'kin 

:IS('(1 to 

ml laiul 
IS l!:iv 



ami l)<'i'|i llii\,iiii<l till' itliiihl of |,!t'i'iaii. Aiiii lunrl.N 
4i)i> Hi|iiiii'i' ml I's. |iii|iiiliiti<iii liHi.iHHi. 
K\Ki I n\K I'lmmi. Ioimiumi', iiii|"i| li\ uii i'Xt>ciitivi> 

I'Dlim'll III s|\ iillli'llll |>l'l°»>llin. 

I.K'llHl.M'UK rmVKll *Ml I, I KM, ( <■ i\ Kll N MKN T. IjI'lfU- 
lltlJM Illli'il, i'iilll|Mi<ll'i| n| llli' ^MVi'l'llllI' ||iri"<ill<'llt I, 

nix iittli'iiil ikiiil \i\v null <ill|i'i;il iiii'iiilii'rM, llii'i I' iiiMiil' 
Miilt'i! Iiv the i'i'ii\( II, iiiH' li> III!' luiiii't'N nf ili(> |ii'iii c, 
ami iiiK' li.\ llii' i'IijiiiIm'I' "t I'liniim-ri'i'. \ Cliirn'Mclx 
cliiHcii MiM' lit lilt' I lint* iiiiii'IiIIIi'ImI iiii'inlicrn, 

India. I. lii'liiNli |>rii\iiii'f«, |)ii|iiiliiili>ii, '_>'Ji,l7'/,<i'.i'i. 
:'.. Ki'iiilitiiin or iiiiiiM' HtuirH, iimli'i' Jti'ltJHli iniiti'i'tioii, 
|iii|iill:il liHi, )ili.li.'iii,ri7l. Tiiliil |Mi|iiilatiiiii iif Imlia, 
•jH",2-i.i,'i71 ; urt'ii, I.coii.iuhi *|ii,iit' iiiili-t, 

KXKI'ITI\ K I'ciWKII. I. Ill KlH<|:illc|, a xi'cl'l'l Hr.\ l)( 

Hluli' fur Imliii, II mt'iiilM I' nf ilif faliini'l, aiiltil li\ a 
ciiiiiii'il (if l.'i iiii'iiilii'i'i, iii">; Iv liiniii'i' ri'MJili'iil'< of Imlia. 
'1. In Imlia, a uii\('i'iiiii'^i'ni'i:il (nr vjcci'dx iioiiiihali.V) 
a|i|iiiiiili'i| li\ I III' i|iii'i'ii, ii'iiii'.' iimli'i' si'i ri'l iir,\ nl Hialt! 
fur Imlia, Jtml aiili'il hv a I'liiim'il i>l si\ im'iMl>i'r><, also 
ii|i|Miiiitt'il li,v llii' i|i|i'i'ii. :i. Ilrili^li Imlia is ili\iilt'il 
iiilo 1:1 liM'.il ifovt'inimiiis anil ailniiiiistraliniiM. Tlif 
t;o\frilor.-4 of .Mailra<< ami I'uliiliav (still calli'il |irt'Hl- 
ili-ni'ics) anil tlii'ir ( iiiiiii'ils arr ajipointril li.\ tlii' i|iit'i'ii 
or Hi'i-rt'tary o( -latf; tlu' lii'iili iiaiif iroMTiiors of Hfii- 
aii\ ami tlit' imrili uisl |iro\im'i's with (Mulli ami llu- 
T'liTijaiili, liy Ilif ;;ovt'rnor tr' i"'ral ; tin' rliiff loiiiiniH- 
Hioiii'rs of lilt' otiirr |>ro\im'i'<i In liii' saiiii'. I. In IIil' 
niitiM- ami f('Uilator.\ slates the «o\ crnnii'nl is uilniinis 
Icri'il tiy lilt' nalivi- jirinci's with the assislaiifi' of an 
KnifliNli rt'sitli'iit or iioliiiral ato'iit. 

I.KlllNI.ATIVK roWKII A.NIi I.OCAI, ( ioM'lIlN M KM. Kor 

Imlia nelicrally thi'lf is a li'i,'islativf roiiin'il, ioin|iost>t| 
of I hi' vit't'ro.\s rount'il ami soini' !_' or Iti oiIiit 
a|i|ioititi'il iiii'inlii'rs, tor thr )iur|iosi' of iiial\itm' laws 
ami ri'),Milatioiis. In |toiiilia\ ami Mailras tht'i'i' art' 
hoih I'Xfi'utiM' anil l(",'islali\ f iiuni.-ilH. In tlu' iiorth- 
wi'st |iro\im'i's ami oiiilli tlu'ii' are only lt",'islalivi' 
I'oniii'ils. Tht' I'liifl i'oiiiiiiissioiii.|'s haM' no li';ris|;iti\i' 
pow't-rs. In all thf liir;.'t' towns tlii-rt' is a iiiiniii'i|ial 
Mysti'in ami I'oniinittt'i's or i- )iini'ils art' flt'i'lt-d liy tlio 
rati'pa.M'i's, Imt Iht'y I'annol li'\ \ niw laves or pass hy- 
laws willioiit the as.sent of llie |iri)vini'ial s^oveninient. 

Isle of Man, representative ilepi.iiilenry ; |iO|iula- 
tinn, .''■."i.llnn ; area. 'JliT scpiare iiiile.s. 

K\Kii Tivi; roWKii. -(Jovt'rnor ami council of ecclesi- 
astical ami jiiilii'ial iliirnitaiies, a)>pointeil li\ the crown. 

l,KlllSI..\il\ K I'OWKII ASH l.oi'AI, ( JoV KIINMKN r. C'oilrt 

of Tsinvalil, composeil of the ;.'n\ criior, llie council, 
wliii'h is also an upper lionse, aiel house of keys, con- 
sistinif of 'il iiieiiiliers, eledeil on a properly ipialiflca- 
tion. The islaiiil has its own laws ami cuslonis, Imt the 
njiproval of the Kn^^lish crown is essential to every 
ena(;lnient. 

Jamaica, crow n colony ; population, (Un,(HMt ; area, 
4,11):! sipiare miles. 

KxKci TiVK I'oWKii. tiovernor, aiileil hy a priv\ 
council of ei'^lil ollli ill ami other persons appointed hy 
the crown. 

LKHISLATIVK I'oWKK ASD I.OCAti CioVKIINMKNT. - I.ejrin- 

lative council I'ompoM'il of l he '.'overiior (pri'siilent w ith 
only a east in;.' vote), the otileial nieniliers, ti\e others 
a)>poilileil hy I he i row n, ami nine elecleil. 'I he criuncil 
can lie ilissoh I'll at the enil of eveiy live years. Paro- 
chial hoards exist in the parishes for local uilniinislra- 
tive purposes. 

Kuria Mura Lslands, under irovennncnt of 
Aden. (See .'\den aliove.) 

Labuan, crown colony ; population, (i.niMi ; area, ,'il 
Hipiare miles. 

KxKCiTivK I'nwKH. (Jovernor. 

Lrhisi^ativk I'owKit and LocaIi (Joviikn.mkxt.— Gover- 
nor can make ordinances. 

Laccadive Islands. iiopnUuion, l.'i.tKin : none 
exceeds a mile in leu;!ili. .'^nhjecl to Madras presi- 
dency. (See Imlia.) 



Lagro-*, crown colony and prolectoralc, com|iri»iny; 
certain adjacent islands ; estimated population, lUO.OdI) ; 
area, 1,(160 square miles. 



■''.NKi I riVK ToWKii. <lo\ einor, aidi'il hy an KXuoiittva 
ciiiini'il of three oltlcials. 

I.KOIMI.AilN K ToWKII \M> l.oi %|, UoVKRNMKNT. I.t'lfisla- 
tl\ e Council, composeil of t lie ;;in erilor (prt ""idi'tlt), four 
olthiid and four iionotllciul nienilii'rs ap|ii>inteil hy Ilie 
crown. ( 'oniniisNioiiers itlleiid to ad mi nisi rat ive alTaim 
III (he HI M'l'al ilistliclH, 

LofiWUrd iMlandH (West Indies), feileral colony 
with ri'|>reseniati\i' t;o\i'rnni(nt in pari ; total popiilii- 
tlon of islands, l:.',s,oiio, 

KxKci iiVK I'owKii. (iovernor, aided hy one common 

eveeutivt iiiirij of seven ollleials for the live preiti- 

dcmies or island '.iovfrnmenis, set forth lielow. 

I.K.CIISI.ArH K I'oWKIl AND l.oCAIi t ioV Kll X M KS T. I.flfis- 

latixe council coiisiHtiiuj of III eleetiM' .mil Ml appointed 
mi'inhers. The islami council of Aniicua elect four of 
theelectiM' ineiiiliers ; the Iciiislative c'liineil of hoin- 
inica, t»i>: the non otileial iiiemliers of ihe legislative 
council of St. Kilts and Nevis, four. Tlie nominated 
nieiiihers comprise four ottlcials, and the non-olliclul 
meiuhers, one from each of ilie island councils. The 
president is chosen from the latter hoilies. The lei^isla- 

tiv lumil has roiii urreiil li'ifislative jiowers with tho 

island li'uMslafiirc, hut the ^^eiieral leirtslature prevailH 
in case of clashiii); helweeii the respective cnactiueiits. 
The u'eiieral Ici^islature meets uimuallv , anil has a dura- 
tion of three vears. 

PrcHldencles of Leeward Inlands Federa- 
tion, VIZ.: 

1 - An riitiA, v\ ith tlependencjes of llarhiida and Hed- 
onda ; population, :<7,IMK| ; area, llHi sipiare miles. 

KxKciilVK I'ovvKii. (iovernor, aided hy an execuliv e 
:'OUiicil of nine meniliers, otileial and non-olllcial. 

I.Kiilsl.ATtv K I'owril Aso l.'icvl.tiovKitxMKNT. Legisla- 
tive council of -.'I memhers, divided into l°i crown 
nominal ei I persons, and I 'J mem tiers with all xed ineoiue, 
and electeil hy a lihei'al franchise haseil on properl.v. 
The council has a duration of live years, ami the presi- 
dent and vice-president are appointed hy the crown. 

•^■-Si. ClluisToi'iiKii (SI. Kitts), Nevis and .\nuuilla; 
|iopulati>>n, -l.'i.iHH); area St. Christopher. ■Itl sipiare 
miles: Nevis, jll; .\nyuilla, H.'i. 

KxKciTivK I'ovvKH. (ioveriior for the united (iresi- 
dency, aided hy one executive council of 11 or more 
)>ursons four of whom are otlicials. 

liKIMNt.ATIVK roWKIt ANIl l,IM At. ( loVKH XM KNT. - liCJlisla- 

tiv e council composeil of the (fov ernor (president or a 
commissioner appointed hy him), in otileial and 10 
nominated uiiotllcial memhers, seven of the latter heiii^ 
selected from the people of St. Kills ami An^'ulllu, and 
lliree from .Nevis. 

.'1 -DoMtNtfA ; population, 'ii.iKio; area, 2i)l square 
miles. 

KxKci riVK I'ovvKH.- President, represeiitiin;thejfo\er- 
iior of the Leeward Islamls, assisted liy an executive 
council of sev en memhers. 

LKinSI.ATlVK I'oWKK AND Lo( Al. (ioVKHXMKN'T. - Lctf i»- 

lative asseiutilv of seve'i appointed, anil seven electeil 
memhers, presided over hy the presidem. Klectorsi 
must he tenaiils or occupiers of lanil or houses, anil 
have incomes or jia.v taxes. 

4— MoxTsKKUAT ; population, l'_',iM)0; area, 47 .square 
miles. 

K\i;ii iivK I'OWKII.— (iovernor, aided hy an executive 
council of live memhers, four of whom are officials. 

LKuisi.A'riVK I'ovvKii ANIl Loi vt, (iovKiiXMKXT. Lejfis- 
lativi' council of six or more memhers, all appointed hy 
Ihe cro\»n. 

,")— N'litiHN l»t,ANlis(;{'J in luimher) ; population, 4, 8(H); 
area, ;"iS square miles. 

KxKcirivK I'OWKK. .\dniinistralin', representing,' 'he 
aovernor of tlie Leeward Islands, and aitled hy an ex- 
ecutive council of three oHIcial niemtiers. 

I.KIIlSI,AriV K I'oVVKll ANIl I.OCAI. (ioVKKSMKN'T. - Lcjjis- 

lative council of two otileial and three non-otticial 
memhers, |ire.-,iiled over hy the administraior. 

Malta, itartly re|)resentative (;overnment ; popula- 
tion, Itia.lKMt; area, I'J'J sipiare miles. 

KxKi'i-nvK I'owKii. (iovernor, aided hy an executive 
council of 10 menihers. 

LKfUSI.ATlVK I'OWKH VS I) LoCAt, CiOVKKX.MKS'T. CoUtlcil 

of six otiicial ami M elecied memhers, and hnvinjf u 
iluralion of three years. Four of the elected memhers 
are returned h.v special electors, havinir rental or incoiiit; 



100 



roUMH (Jl' UtiVtUNMKNT TllllOt'UliOlT TIIK WOULD. 



[lUOO 



<|ililllt|riitl>iii uii<l >'lii)'<i'ti frmii iKilili'N, iri'lcxiikNlliiH. 
iiiiiNi'i'ii'v iri iiiiiii)< mill iiii'hiiM I- lit itif rliitiiilii'i' III 

I'liiiiiiirn r ii'^l Il(i'l>. rill' iillirl' rir'Hil iiiiliiliriN 

Itri' I liiKi'M li> I'li'i'iiirH |i;i\ liiu riilal or liiv IiilT a I'rl'Ukiii 
illi'iiiii-, or i'ilMI|ii'|i'lll III Krl'Xl' nil II I'oliitiinii Jlin. 

Mi'IiiIm'I's iif till Ilii'll IIIUil lliivt' |il'<i|ti'il> i|ll:illlli'iilliiM 

■ ir |iii\ II llxril tiiiii (ill' liii.ii'il iiikI liiiluliii; iiiiiiuiiIIn . 
Till' tfiiM't'iiiii' |irrtii|i"< .■ I' ■■///('/.<. 'I ill \ H'l' |iii'>iil('iii In 
u|)|><iililril li> M.c I'i'iiMil. Killiri' ti|l|i'li<iliiil'.\ Miu\ 
:killlliil'i/.( all nl!li'i:tl iiiriiilii-r tn |iri"-ii|i' wlirii iiii'rssar.N. 

Mauritius iml <li'|M'iiili'iirii' , imih ri'iiron'iitiiilvi' ! 
t(<iM'l'titlictit ; |>ii|iiiliilio||, ;i;-J,INKI ; ;i It'll 1.11:1 si|iiiii'i' 
iiilli"«. 

K\Kl I TIN K I'llVVKM. (illMTIlnr, lllllt'll liV ;ill I'II'I'IiUM' • 

I'liiiiii'il lit IIm' iiltli'ial ;iiii|i\Mi I'li'i'ii'ij iiii'iiiliirM. Tin 
Krriii'li ritil luw IIS riiililit'illi.N I lii' I'mlr Nii|iii|i'iiii i« In 
fiiri'f. j 

I.KIIISHinK I'llWKM AMI l.m \l. ( JiH Kll NMKN T. I,l'(fln- 
llltJM' I'lllllli'il lit 'J" llll'llilli'l'. I'iulll iiIIIi'IIiIm, llillf llp- 

|iiiiiili>il li\ III)' u'liMiiior anil In I'li'cii'il mi :i inoili'nili' 
fl':iili'lli'4r. <'l.li'll.\ liasi'l nil |il'<i|i<'l'l \ , I'l'liliil llllil llicnllir. 
Mi'IiiIm'I's uri' ii"l p.ilil .'inij iii:i\ •«|ii'.ik lillii-r {''ii'lii'li nr 
Kiitflinli. The uiiM'i'iior \* pii'-iili-iil. 

Natal. Willi n"-iiiiiisllili' '.'iivi riiiiuni ; |i(i|iiiliilloii, 
iiirlmliiiir /.iiliiliiiil, ''■^'(.lilKi ; arrii. H.1,111111 miuiiii' iiiIIcm. 

I''.vi'.i I 'l'i\ r: I'liuKii. (liiM'iiiiir, iiiili'ii li\ nii I'Vi'mlivf 
ciiiliii'il (if «l\ nil iiiliiri liiuliiL,' Slats in tin' If^isl it iii'c 
iiinl Imliliiiy (illli'c (111 III)' |irliii i|i|i's nf i'('..|i(inMilili' j;(i\- 
•'I'liiiii'iit. I 

I.K.lllNl, \rn K I'llWKII \N|l l.ni'M, (inV KIINMK.NT. I.I';,'Ih- ' 

IiiIIm' cniiiii'il lit 1 1 iiii'iiilii'i's siiiiiiiiniii'ii liy till' ^(itcrim!' 
ill cniiiiiil, anil liiilijiiiu' llnii' srals tiii' IH ycil's, anil 
liaviii'.'a |iiit]ii'rl> i|Ualilli' ilimi. Tlii' as«iiiili|.\ I'niisisis 
ijf '17 iiii'iiiliii's, rli'cti'il li\ a fiaiii'liisc, liiscij nil a |iri)- 
|i('i'l\, I'i'iital III' iiii'iitiii' i|>ialilli al Inn. It liai a iliinil inn [ 

(if fnlir M'-.l'-*, llllll'MS Miinlll'l' i|i>-nh I'll. Mcllll H'l's lllllst 

111' i'i'H:i'«U'ri'il at I'lci'lnrs, iiii'l uic |iai(l an allnwiiiiri'. i 
A luiiiiii'iiial svsUiiii cvinis in the sctilt'd disi ricls. I 

I 

Newfounillantl, with I'lsiinnsililc '^'iiMTiiinriit. A \ 
|ini'tinii lit l/ilii.ii|ni' williin its jiirisilirtinii ; |>n|iiilal inn, 
2irl.lKll); ai'i'a, I'^.'-'ill S(|iiari' miles. 

KxKil "n\ K I'lUVf.lt. (Jnveinni', tided li\ an est'clltive 
cnillli'il nt linl liinl'e I hall se\eli iiii'IIiIkI's, l'es|ioiiMihle { 
tn iiai'lialiii'lll. 1 

I,KI1|.S|.MI\ K I'llVVKII \N|l I, lit At, (illVKIIXMKNT. l-e;.'is-| 

lative coiiiicil nf iint iiinre ihaii l.'i iiieinliei's a|i|iniiilt'd 
liy llie t'l'nwn. .\ii asseiiilil,\ nf .'Iti iiieiiiliti's, elei'ted li.v ' 
l't'y:islerfd male electni'H nf •J.i years nf a','e. .Mtinliei's I 
must have a |ii'n|iei'iy nr iiicnnii' iiiialitlcatinn, and are 
paid. The pi'i'sidelil nf the I'liiiiiril is appniiiUd li\ the 
crown, and ihe speaker tif Ihi- asseiiihly is elei'lcd hy ils i 
iiieiuhers. I 



New Gulii«a, llritish. crown colony ; population, 
H.'id.lKK) ; an a. ss.liiM) s(|uare miles. 

KxKti rivi; I'nvvKit. .Vdmimsiratnr. snhnrdiiiale In the 
(fovernor of ii'iit'ensland. and a~si^!ell liy an e\eiuli\e 
I'oiiih'il of four (illicial nienilurs. 

Ll'.dl.SI, VnVK I'llWKII VXIl l.nrAI. t inV Kll NMKNT. I.e;,ds- 

lative c iiiinil, appninled liy I he crnwn. and cnnipnseil ! 
of three ntlicial and nile iinntlli'lal mcmliers. The lien- 1 
ti'liant jfoveriinr nresi'les tner linlh cniincils. 

New South Wales, with ic-pnusilile uincrn- ' 
meiit. .\'ni'fnll< Islimd, l.nrd llnwc Island and I'itlcairn j 
Island are under ils jiirisdict Inn ; )inpiil il ion, l,;i:!."i,,Miiii ; 
area, .'Mli,7ll' si|iiare milt's. | 

K\KiirivK I'nWKlt.— (invenirir, aiiU'il hy iiii executive 
coiiiicilof II ministers respoiisihle to and having' Heals 
in |i:irliaiiieiit. I 

LKIIISLATIVK I'oXVKIt AND NnfAl, finVKIIXMKS T. — Le.rls- I 

latise council nf (i4 jiersons, apiininled li> the cniw .1, 
and not paid. .\ii assenililv of I'J.'i iiiemlu'i's, elecletl li^v 
universal sutt'raLre, tiualitled liy cilizeiiship and resi- : 
tleni'c. .Siuiultaiieniis voting and III!' Irillnl exists. The j 
princi|ile of " nnc man one \ole" privails Miiii'iers 
rei|uiri' no property (pialillcation. and are iiaiil. The 
asst'iiilily elt'cis its own speaker, .'iiid lasts for llircc 
years. The |ir 'sidciil nf the council is .ip|ioinl('d by 
the crown. A ni'iiiicipal sy-lem is in exisleiice in 
" hnroii,dis," " miini'ipal di-l licts." and in I he cilv nf 
S.Mliiey. A majnrilv nf I lie penple ha e Miled in favimi 
of federation. Iml as the ni.ixinium vote rcipiiii'd h\ law 
was not reiichuil, the scheme is f*'//ij<(i/'(»/'/7.i/ siispendeil. 



Nuw ZiMiliiiul, with ri'i<ptiiiNilili>irii\i<riiiiiciii ; |hi|iu. 
Iiitinii iiliniil ;ii:l,iNlii, ini'ludlnu Maoris ; area, ln-t.t'ft 
mplare inileit 

K\K"iii\i; I'liwui. liosfriinr, aiili'il li> iin exi'ciitlvt 
rniiiicil lit ^'.-'ht iiienilierM. rcNpiiiiNlhIc III and hu\lnir 
Kial" ill parlianielit . 

I.KHIhI.ATIM: I'hWKK \Mi l.mM. llti\KIIXMKXi. LcirU. 
I>ili\i' t'niini'il of til ininilM'rs, nnu appnlnleil hy the 
crown for -It \ en vcais niily Tilt hnuse ill rtpreM'iita- 
ti\ I s cnliHIslN nf 7 I mi liiliei's, nt w linlil (nlir ai'i* .Mann* 
chii'i'ti li\ llie nallMK. The uliile nprt'Hi iitaliM's ai'tt 
chosen 1 1.\ nniM'isal sutTratf.'. ijiiiililli'd liy rt<sidt'iii'e atnl 
cili/.ciislilp. .N'aliM's \ote nil a tieehnltl ipiiihllcation. 
I he piini'iple n( " line man nlie Mile" prevails. .Mem- 
hers are nnl> reiiiliri'd tn lia\ e ipialitlcat inn nf I'lectori. 
Memhi'i's of linili linusi'N arc paid. Wtinieii cull vote, 
hill cannot he chosen In llie linuses. A municipal 
Nysteni has hci n in npeialinn fur .Nears in couiillei), 
liormi^dis, rIdiiiL's. 

Nigrer CoaHt HrotBotorato, population mi- 

knn\Mi ; area, lietueen .'(.llliil and l.iiiKi sipiare iiilles. 

Kak' I Ti\r; roWKii. Imperial cnmniissiniier, cnnmil 
i(eiicral and consuls hiM' a u'eiitral siipeivisinn, hut a 
council enmpnstil nf cliicls iiiaiia;.'!' prlnt'ipall.\ Ihe 
alTitii's nf the natives, siilijecl to iippeitls to the coiiHiilar 
courts. Kiiropi alls can appeal friiiii the latter lo Ihe 
l.au'is supreme cniirt. 

Nlgrer Tori'ltorles. Iiriiish prntectoruio ; eMtiin- 
atc'l pnpiiliilioii, illl.lliKi.lNlll ; area. .Mni.INKI siiiiare inileH. 

KxKt'i iiv K I'llVVKII. (ioveriinr, and cniincil in l.niidoii 
adniinisiorimr Ihe alTairs of the Itti.Mil Ni^er ('oiiipanv, 
iinilcr a rn.v al charter hv which iheir soverelifii riulilHiii 

Ihe teirilniics are ri '.inizeil. ArraiiKeineiits are ill 

prii'.'i'iss fnr the transft'ience nf the .Mirer Territories to 
the Iiriiish (invernment In he iiilminisiured under the 
Cnlnnial uiHce. The nitine will prnliiihly he ehan)(i'<l to 
the " Itriiish S iiid.in." 

Nyasaland. (See Iiriiish Ceninil Africa.) 

Queennlaiid, with responKihle ((overnini'iit ; pojm- 

laiion, IM,7iHi ; area, (liw,."iiiii, sipiare miles. 

KvK( I riVK I'nwKH. (iovcriior. aided hy an executive 
council ot ci'^hi minislei'M having; seatM in uiid ru8|>on< 
sihic tn parliament. 

I.KlllSI.AriVK I'llVVKII AMI I.tll'AI. ( JoVKIlXMKNT. Lc^iS- 

lative coiincil of .'is nieiiihcrs a| pointed hy the crown 
fnr life. An asseiiihlv nf 7'J memliers elect ed hy liallot 
iintler a universal franchise ipialith'd hy a short term of 
residence. No properly ((ualitlcalinn is re(piii'ed for 
inemhers nf eilher hniise. .Memliers nf the aMseiiihly 
are ]iiid. A municipal system jirevails. 

Sarawak, a Uritish prntectorale : estinuited popu- 
latinii. .'<ilii,iKMi ; area, .'il.iliiii S(|uare miles. 

KxKi'irivK I'nvvKii. The internal administration is 
under a rajah and supreme cniiiicil nf 1 1 mcmhers, com- 
|i(>sed nf tlie rajah, and eniincnl iialive nlllcials. The 
imperial ^nv I'liimenl control forei;rii relations. 

Seychelles, a depemlency of .Maiiritiim, and a 
crnwn cnlniiy ; |iopulallon, IV.iMil) ; urea estiiimled at 
l'.iii sipiare miles. 

KxKci TivK I'llWKII. Administrator, uiileil hy an execu- 
livii ctnineil of three nlllcials. 

I.K'IISI.ATIVK I'oVVKll ANIl I.t" Al, (JnVKItXMKXr. — Lejfil*- 

lative cnuiicil, cnmpnsed nf llie adiiiiiiisi ralor, memliers 
of estculive cnuni'il. and lliree iiiinlfli'ial niemhera 
uppoiiiied h.v Ihe crown. 

Sikkem. an Indian fcutlatory state uiiiler Kn);li8h 
protcctinn ; population, ."1, 111 111 ; area, 'J, sl.s square inilog. 

I'^XKi rrivK I'livvKii. Nominally a hereditary maharuja 
and cnuncil. aided hy a Iiriiish political a^eiit. The 
( (luiicil and a;;cul at present rule. 

Socotra, deiiendency of Aden; po)iulation, 10,000; 
area, I .:!s'J s.|U.ire iiiilcs. (.See Aden ahove.; 

Somali. British protectorate; est iiuated population, 
lliu Olill ; area. 7.'i.iiu.i sipiare miles. 
KxKii riVK I'ovvKii. Political ixufut anil consul. 

St. Helena, crnwn cnlnny ; po|iiilation, 4,'.J(M) ; area, 
17 sipiare miles, 



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KOHMS itV (InVKHVMIlNT TllllOfnilot'T THK \V(»IU,f). 



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iriija 

The 



RjtlUTTIVK I'liWf.li. *l>i\)'lli(i|', iiiili'il lis iili i'Xi'i'illiM' 

('(Miiii'll III iiiiir iiii'iiilici'M, liicliiiliiiu lh(> K|ii))fi>|mllAn 
IiInIiii|i uihI I'liiiiiiiiiiiiliii.i 

liKlllM|,«ri\ K !'> I \M' l.lir M, IhiXKKNMKNT. Iliiver- 

iMir ik'oiic >'iiii iiiiiKt.' iiriliiiarii'i'ii, Nv iiiiiiilcl|iiil x^Hifin 

fxlxlx. — 

8lerrH Leoiie. Iiu'liiiliiik' slu'rliro IhIiwhI, rrnwn 
colony: |io|iii|.tii<iii, r.'T.iMHi: irt'ii, I.inni Hiiian- iiiilcN. 

!• VKil in K I'ciW Kll. ((iiMTrinr, lljilnl ll\ ltd lAfi'llliVi 
(■OIIMI'il of M'M'II IID'tlllll'I'H. 

I.KIIMI. \ri\ K l'ot«'KII \NII l.oi \|, <ili\ KIISMKM'. l.<-tri<« 
lali\ f coiltiril, coMlli'Hi'il ot III!' liciMTiinr (cr ii/Zlci'ij /.(•«'«( 
ilfill), till' I'M'i'iiliM' i'iiili|f'illor'« iiml lllirr 'llliillli'lul 

iiit'iiilicrM. ik|i|iiiiiiii'cl li\ lilt' I'i'owii. 
South Avmt.rallH, with . mion^ilil" uoMiimii'iit ; 

|Hi|iiiliktioli M.'iH.IIOK ; unit, tMlll.li'.ill s<|ii:iir iiiili'S. 

K\K( I iix >; rowK.H. IJoviTiior, iijili'il li\ an cxt'i'illive 
coillii'il of Hi'M'ii iiK'iiilii'i'M. iif wliiiiii the I'liit'f lilMlirv lit 
oiii>, unij Hi\ iiilnNliTi i'('»|uinMlilr lo ami Ii.iMii.^ sralH 
ill iiarlianu'iit. 

I.KOIHI, «l'l\ K ToWKII AND I.imM. (iilS KIINMKM'. Ll'^JM- 

lativf I'oiiiii'il of 1 iiiimmIi.'in I'll clfil fur ilnrr mmts Iiv 
liallot anil iinalillt'il li\ i'i"4|ili'ii(')'. i'iii/.i'hslii|> jinil llie 
full auc of .'III V('ar.'4. Klcrtms foi' llii" liiiii'^i' iiiiihI liiivi' 
a|iro|irrl\ i|iia'itliMiioM. An ii>*«nilil\ ot .'it iiniiilM'rK 
I'lt'i'lcij for tlircf M'af' In lialliit, li.\ iiiiiMriiil >iiilTrai.'<', 
i|iialill('il li.v i'iti%i'lislil|iaii<l ri'vili-ni". Wniii'ii can Mitc. 
Mi'iiilicrx only ri'i|iiirc to lie dci'lor^. Hoili |i'i;lf«lali\e 
(!(iiiMclllori4 anil ri'|iri'Mcntali\c>i arc piiiil anil ri'i'cl\c i\ 
free pikMH over iiovcrniiiiiil raiI'Mivi. '{'he iniiiiici|ial 
HTMleiii entalillMlicM cleiii'il coimciN for iiiiin'it"*, hiin- 
lireilH, iiiiinicl|iiililies anil ilixIrlctM. The |ii'o)ilc ha\ e 
voted In favour oi feileralioii hy a larj^'e inaii>rll\ . 

Straits Settlements (Slnu'ipiic, I'cnaiiif and 
Malii(!ca), crown colony ; )io|iiilatii)n, .'iI.'I.ikki ; area, 
'itl.lKNI Hijiiare niili'K. 

KxKci TlVK I'owKli. (lovernor, aiileil hy an evcciilivt' 
council of (•i^.'lit olDciuls anil ottlccr in ci'IiuumihI. 

l<KOIMI,ATIVK roWKII ANII l,oi \l, ( JoVKIlNM KS r. heu'il- 

lativH council coiii|iosi'i| of the uovcrnor (iirexiilcnt 
ex offlrin), execulivc councillors ami se\cn iinolllciiil 
invinlirrM, of wlioin twoiirc noniiiiaieil li\ the cliainlicrs 
of coniinirco of IVnaiii; and Siii;;a|iiiri', and live 
apjiointed hy ilie crown. A niunii'i|ial syHrcni Iium liet'ii 
eHtahlinheil with certain restrictiini". 

Tasmania, wiHi rcHiioiiNihle irovenmicnt ; po|iula- 
tion, IKI.lMNi; area, 'ill, -ila s(|uarc niilei. 

KxKfiTiVK I'owKK. (iovernin', aided hy an executive 
council of Nix iiiiniNirrs, respoiiNihIe lo and haviiuf NvatN 
In parliament. 

LKOIMt..\'rlVK I'OWKII .\NMI liOCAI, (loVKIINMKST. - I.eu'is- 

lative (Wiincil of IM ineiuhirs, elected for six years and 
ipialified hy residence and cilizenship and of the iv^v of 
30 years. The electors for the house uiilsl he ficeholdcis, 
lenHeholdcrs, harriHters, irraduates, luinislers of rcliiriim 
or inilitary or naval olHcers. .\ house of assenihly of 
37 menihers elected h\ hallot for three years liv all per- 
sons ipialifleil as owners or orcupicrs of (uupcrly or li\ 
ilK^oine. Memhers arc |iaid :ind receive free railwa.v 
passes. A liheral luunicipal --yHleni exists and wmnen 
vote. The jipopli are in faMiiir of fi'dcratloM hy a lar^:!' 
nialority. 

Tobagro, now a dependency of Trinidad (see helow) ; 
population, I!»,(hiu ; area. III si|uari' niilcs. 

KXKCITIVK I'owKli. ('iiiiuuissioner, appointed h\ the 
(governor of Trinidad, and a lueinher of the li'i;isl:itive 
council of the united colony, lie is aided h\ a tinancial 
board of five ineinhers, two appointed h\ the jrovernor 
and three elected. 

Trinidad, crown liolony ; poiuilation, •Jlo.oiHi: area, 
1,7 IT) sipiare miles. 

KxKCi'TlVK I'owKti. -(iovcrnor, aided hy an execiilire 
council of seven memhers, of whom the majority are 
otflcials. 

LKnISI.ATIVK I'OWKR AMI IjOCAIi (loVKKNMK.NT.— Leyis- 

lativo council comiiosed of the i„'o\eniiir (president), 
nine otHiMal and 11 iinotticial inenilicrs, all appninted hy 
the crown. Tohairo is reprisenled hy its commissioner 
ami an unofficial inemhcr in the council. 

Tristan D'Acunha, GDiig'h Island, and adja- 
cent rocky islets; with population of ahout 1(H). 

ExFX'fTivK I'owKH. -The affairs of this and adjacent 
islands, which have only a very insijjrniHoaiit population, 



ar*' under the "inoial rule" of one of the KiiKllsh 
liillithitaiils, »hii h,'t>e foiintled this Melllfiiii'iit. 

TtirkH and CaUv)-* iHland-*, a de| dency of 

.laniaiia, and noun ciilmiy ; pnpulatloii, I.mou; area, 
'i'S.i sipiare miles, 

KxM'i IIVK I'liMKH.- (ioviTiiorof .lainaicii, with it ri>Ml- 
ilent ciiniiiii»siMner as adininlslrator. 

l,K<lls|,.\||V K j'lnvril VMl l.ili tl, <io\ KMXMKNT. - I.eifls. 

lative hiiaril I'limposed of the lonimi'sioner, the jiidKe, 
and ii'ii iii'ire iliiii four other persons to reKiiluie taxa- 
tion and all local inallem. 

Victoria, with ri'sponsihleirovernnicni ; iMipulatlon, 
l,',!iHi,iH(ii ; urea, h;.,>,.<<| Nipiare miles 

KxKi I TlVK I'liWKlt. tiiiMrniir. ilded hy an exerulive 
council composed iif nine ministers, respoiislhlt' lo uiid 
ha\ int; seals in parliaineiil. 

I.Killsl. vri\ K I'nWK.I' ANIi l,oc\|, (ioVK.HNMKST. I.euis- 
latiw council, or u per hmiM', of pailiaicrnl of -t.H ne ni- 
hcis. elicled fur six \eals on a lranclii-.i' liased mi the 
ownership or occupancy of freehold or leasi hold pro- 
pirtt . itnd certain pr'tessimial ipiaidlc.il ions. One tliird 
retire e\ery two Viai's. .Memhels Milisl |iiissi'SS fleehold 
property, hut are iml paid. The a-seinhly i ontains ll,'i 
memhers, reliiiiied for three years on nianhood sutTnufe. 
.Memhers reipiirc no iiroperty iptalitlcatliui and receive 
an indemnity, liesides free passes over uiiveniment 
ritilvMiv s after se\en years' slandinii, the latter pri\ ileu'e 
e\tendinu: lo leirislaliM' councillors. An excellent s\ s- 
leiii of municipal i;o\erniuent exists in cilii's, towns, 
horoU),'hs and shires. Women can vole al iiiiiniiipai elec- 
tions The people lia\(' voted in favour of federation hy 
a laru'c ni.ijiiriiv. 

Wei-Hai-Wpi, In the Chinese province of .shaii- 
Innu', leased toCreal llrilain •liily 1st, |h!IS, for as Ioii); 
a periisl us Itiissia has poHsesslon of I'ort Arthur. 

Western Atistralia, with rcsponsihle uovern- 
nieiil ; population, lii'.'.ono; area, I.IDilt.liI i) sipiare miles. 

KxKiiruK PiiWDii. (iovernor, aided hy a cahiiiet of 
six responsihle ministers. 

I.Kiilsi.viivt; l'iiwi;ii a.nd Ijicai, CJovkiinmk.n't, — l,ej{is- 
lative council of '.il ineinhi I's, who must he litizens and 
residents for lUe years, and elected on a property fran- 
ciiise for six years. The assemhly is I'onipnsed of :i;t 
memhers, elected tor four years hy a lihtrai franchise, 
practicalh manhoiid sutTia).''e. .Memhers are not paid, 
iiiit travel tree over railways. A municipal system exists. 

Wentern Pav?ifin Iplands, \\f... Southern .Solo- 
mon I.. New llehridcs, Tonifa, or Kriendly I., Samoa, 
Cook, or llervey I., .Vaviiralors' I., and .Melanesia, 
Hritish proteclorales ; estimated po)iulalion, 100,000. 

KXKi'i TiVK I'liwKii. Kiiulaiid has appointed liiich com- 
missioners. Judicial commissioners, and de)iuty com- 
missioners for the purpose of ifiiardiiii; Knylish interests 
in these seas. Courts exist for the purpose of sotlliii({ 
disputes hel ween ISritish siihjects on these islands. In 
the Conk 1.. there is a president, actim; under the in- 
strucliiiiis of the New Zealand i;o\erniiient. A i|uecn is 
the head of the i,''n ernment, and has an executive 
council to aid her. .\ );ener,il li'ifislaturc is to he elected 
to make laws for these islands. The laws must heap- 
proved li\ the piesiilen'. 

Windward Islands, a federation, viz. ; 

l—tJnKS MIA, with representative hut not responsihle 
(rovernmeu ; population, .■i(l,iiiio; area, i:i.'! sipiare 
miles. 

KxK.ci'TIVK PowKii. (iovcrnor, exercisim; Jurisdiction 
over tile united islands, and aided hy an executive 
council of live memliers, including; the (iovcrnor, for 
administrative purposes. 

I,K(Hsi.Ari\ K I'ovvrii Axn I.ocai, (Jovkhsvkst.— Legis- 
lative council, composed of the yovirnor (president 
('.r-d/Zic/iil, six otiicial and seven iiiiotlicial 'memliers, all 
appointed h\ the crown. 

'-' St. 1,111 v. as ahove ; population, 4ri,(KI(r; area, 132 
sipiare miles. 

KxF.d TivK I'ovvKK. Ailiniiiisl rator, siihordinale to 
the (fovernor of I lie Winilwanl Islands, aided hy un 
executive council of four mi uihers, in> hiiliii<; the ad- 
luinisl rator. The Kreiich civil law and the Kii((lish 
criminal law prevail. 

liKOlSl.ATIVK I'OWKH AMI I,o(AI, OOVKHN.MKNT.- Lctfis- 

lative council, coini>o»ud of the administrator (as presi- 



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[1900 



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(lout (M'-(i///c('(i), sovcn otiiciul and !<ix uiiotlicial meinbera, 
nil ii|i|)oiiil(Ml by |lic crown. 

3 — St. X'inckni', us iiltovc; population, 4I,imwi; ami, 
\H:i s<|iian' mill's. 

KxKci Tl\K I'oWKH. Adininistratoi*. Hiilionliiiatclnlhe 
trovt'Vtior of the Windwanl Islands, aidi'<l b.v an cxi'i'Utive 
cniincil comiicscd of Hve nu-nilici's, iniliulin;; tlic ad- 
miriistralor. 

LK(1ISI,AT1\ K I'oWK.R AN1> J.OCAI. ( io\ KRXMKNT. I-CkIs- 

lativf counril, .'omiiosed of tlii' adniinistnilor (in't'sidunt 
I'xoffif'ii), foui' otllcial and four iinollicial incnilpcrs, 
a)i|)oinl('<l by the crown. 

Zambesia (or UhntU'sia), Hriii*h, including' Main- 
belt'land and Mashoiiuland. liritish protcc'toratL' ; pop- 
ulation unknown, but wbiti's )irobably juunbcr 7,0 (I; 
area, about TriU.IMin sipiare niili «. 

KxK.ciTiVK I'owKii. The alVairs of the territory are 
administered by I lie l!riti>li Soulb Africa Company, 
havimr a council in l,ondciii !:■■<! an adininlstnlor in 
M.ashonalaiKl. 



Zanzibar. I'y-andn, and deiicndeiicics; I'.nirlish pro- 
teclora c ; cslini:ilid populalicii, •>.:u,\U{\; area, about 
l.iHiil.iidil xpiarc miles. 

KxKci rivK I'l'ttK:!. - Kornis i>art of the territory on 
the east coast of .\frica imdir the influence of the 
ctiarler incorpoi'atiiiLr tbe Imperial Miitish Africa t'oni- 
pany. r<;an<la is now adniiiii.stered by an iniperini 
conunissioner. 

Zululand. Depdidency of .Vat'd : cstiuiiited pop- 
ulation, Hi.'i null; aiea, l:i,IMitl sipiare miles. 

KxK(iTi\K I'owKK. (iovernorof .Natal who is re|ire- 
senled b\ a icsident conunissioner. The cUMtoniurv 
native law preiails as to the natives. 

LKoi.si.Ariv h: I'ovvKU ami I.ocai, (Jovkiismkst.— (Jover 
nor of .Natal, kyislatin;,' by proi'lamation. 

For names of other islands and rocks which are under 
Hritish protectorate, but are not iii-luded in any colony 
or "I'purate protect oral e, see "The Colonial OHice List " 
for lS!t,''i, )). u'lMl. 



III. -GOVERNMENT OF ALL OTHLR COUNTRIES. 



Abyssinia and Shoa (ancient " Kthiopia' ), ab- 
solute monarchy; iiopulalion, ;i,.'iiili,iiilii ; area. iriO.diii) 
sipiare miles, the country is made uii of senii-inde- 
peiideiit small states, posspssini; feudal insi itiitioiis. 
The political iiidepiiKlencc of the country is now rijcoj{- 
nized by Italy (under whose protectorate it was nonuii- 
lUy luitil lMi(>)and other coniiiries, 

Afghanistan, absolute monanhy ; population, 
tribal, -t.iKMl.OOO ; area, -Jl 'i.tiHI sipiare niiles. 

KxKciTiVK I'ovvKK. Hereditary kinsf (amir), with a 
tfovernor (hakim) in each prov ince. 

l,K<iis[,ATiVK rovvKii \SMi bocAi, (lovKHNMKXT. N'o rep- 
resentative or lej,Mslative body. .Ml laws emanate from 
the monarch. 

Andorra, republic under joint sov"'rei:_'nty of Franco 
ami .S|)ain ; iioimlalion, (i,(liiu ; area. IT.'i sipiare miles. 

KxKci Ti\ !•; I'ovvi ». Syndic elected by a council of '.'4 
meml)ers, ilected for four yeais by the iieails of families 
in each commune or iiarish. .\ Kreiich prefet is ap- 
l)ointed by the French government to supervise the 
),'eiieral interests of the republic, France and the 
Bishop of I'ryel, in Spain, alternately ajipoint a civil 
judfie and a vicar to exercise jiidii'ial functions. 

I.K(H.;l,ATtVK I'oWKH AXI) l<0(AI. (JoVK.Il N.M KN T. — The 

council is char:;ed with ','eiieral a<lministration. 



Argentine Republic, t. lend reimblic, vvithrei>- 
lesentative but not responsilil.- ;^overnnient as in Kni;- 
land ; population, including,'- territorits, l,i)'.>-l,!)ll ; area, 
l,"7S,l^»ri S(|uare miles. 

Lv\:.. ,:vK TovvKK. -President, elected for six vears 
by '■'•; :i -I 'iti'lives of the 14 lu'oviiuu's, e(pial to 
<!oil!ile ..^'i :'■• i; iberof senators and re])resentatives coni- 
bi'"-.ii. .".'I .I'.ied by i ciibmet of lb e secretaries of state 
P.ppiii.iiii i.y ine president, but not. baviny' seals in or 
••'.sp'i; si'-V.^ to compress. The vice-]ircsiileut is elected 
by t>K- v.i \ 'f-nstilueni-ies ; he acts as cliainuan of the 
leliatc. .'n • !•■ (irovinces (It) there are elective y:over- 
;i >rs .iilli su( h executive powers as are exercised hy 
aiii ilat oti.cers in the Cnited Slates, and reiiiaininir in 
oBice for three or four years. 

I,KIHST,ATIVK I'oVVKK AXK bocAl. (ioVBRN MKN'T. — A 

national conijress of two hou.ses exercisiic.;' jurisdiction 
over national affairs. \ senate of ;!u membi'i's elected 
by the legislature of each pioviiue and by the capit:i! ; 
one-third of the body bciiiy renewalile every three years. 
Senators must be citizens ol :!n \ears of ane, have 
incomes, and are paid. The house of deputies consists 
of 8(i menibeis. recpiiriic,'' no propertv (pialilication, but 
nuist be citizmis for four years; tliey are elected for 
four yi ars, but one-half must retire every two years. 
Members are paid. In the |)rovinces there are legisla- 
tures of I wo bousis elected for three \ ears, and havinij' 
full i!ontrol over provincial affairs. 

Austria-Hungary, fe<leral monarchy, under )iar- 
liamenlary trovernment; population, H..'!."i.s,ss(l. or 
about 4;i.l)IX),OIIO with Hosiiia and l!erzei;ovina : area. 
210, 14'.! or 204,21)4 sipiare niiles with the last iiieiitioned 
countries, which are under its ndniinistration. 



KxKi 1 I'lVK I'ovvKK. — Kluperor kinir, who rules by 
hereditary r ;,dit over the united stales of Austriii and 
llun_'ary. with the title of ein|K'ror ol .\iislria, kiiiy: of 
Mohemia, kiiiy of lluiejary, etc., and is aided by a 
comiuon supreme ministry or executive council of three 
departin nts of tat-, responsible to the dele^rations or 
two bodies of iin members each, seiecled each year 
by the reiihsrai li of Austria and the reiehstas; of 
llun'-rary. Mini-^leis ni 'y be impeached by the dele^ja- 
tions. I'or Austria also there is a ministry of seven 
heads of departnnnis respciisilile to the reichsrath. 
In each province there is a provincial couiumI. which is 
an executive boilv, composed of the president ■ f the 
diet and other nu'iubers elected. The executive of 
Hunuary is a minisny and nine heads of ilepartinents, 
responsible to the reiclisiay;. One of these heads is 
minister for Croatia and Slav -nia. The {jfeneial ad- 
ministration of the affairs of the Otioiuau ju'ovinces of 
Bosnia and ller/euov ina is exercised under instruc- 
tions of the imi>erial tinance minister at Vienna. In 
these )U'ovinces there is li '.^oveinment for internal ad- 
ministration, judicial and legislative affairs. 

I.,KHIS1,AT1VK I'llVVKK AND (..OCAI, (iOVHKNMKST. - 1. TllB 

ileleirations. which transact the foreiH;n, fltiancial and 
iiiilitarv alfairs of the whole empire— 121) members in 
all— derive their power from the Austrian reichsrath, 
and the lluiii;' ii'ian reichst a.',', 2II from the uiiper and 40 
from the lower house of the par i.iineiits in ipiestion. 
•'.. The Austrian reichsrath or im|)erial parliament, con- 
sists of an iipiier and lower house. The upper house 
(herrenhaiis) consists of iirinces, nobles, archbishops, bis- 
hops, and life members iiistiiiy"isheil in artor science, and 
who have rendered siirnal services to church or state. 
The lower Iioum' (aby:eordnetenhais) consists at present 
of ;i.':i members, elcted every six years by landowners, 
towns, chambers of commerce, tax|)ayers in rural dis- 
tricts. Females lan vote on a sjiecial propertv qualifi- 
cation. .\. The parliament meets annually. For Aus- 
tria there are also in jirovincial diets of one assembly, 
bavin;; the ri^lit to leyislale on all matters not ex- 
|)ressly reserved for the reichsrath. The deputies to 
the diets, who are archbishoiis. bishops, rectors of 
universities, and re|iresentatives of yreat estates, 
towns, etc., are eUcleil for six years. Members are paid. 
4. The Iluiii^ariaii reichsta,;; (orsza,i;yyules)coiisistsof an 
upper house (foieiiilih:i/) or house of mai^nates, arch- 
bishops, bishops, life iieers ajipointed by the crown, 
state di^t'iiitaries and juiK'es c.r c/'/././, dele^rates, here- 
ditary iicers. archdukes. The lower house or hou.se of 
representatives (kejiv iselohaz) is composed of between 
4IIU and Um members, of whom the majority are re- 
turneil by direct election every five years frriii towns 
;ind rural consliluciicies on a verv liberal property, 
house, or iiii (line franchise. Croatia and Slavonia send 
40 dele'^'ates to this house. Members to the lower house 
are paid, ami travel at reduced rates. U. For Croatia 
and Slavonia there is a provincial diet consisting: of !K) 
members, elected for five years. In Hungary and Aus- 
tria there is a very comi)lete system of local H:overninent, 
kispii on the reiiresentation of comnuuies and districts 
in councils and assemblies. 



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Belg^lum, limi led nioiiiircliy, with i>iirliaiiieiitary(;ov- 
vrniiii'iit ;i>(>|iiiliitrii)ii,(l,00'.),:!'2l inrcii, ll,37;i«<iuafe miles. 

ExKciTlVK I'owKit. — llereilitiiry kiii^', udvisixl by a 
romioil of xeveii lieiids of depiirlinftits, reHjioiisible to 
iiiid liavini,' the riu'lit of entry and wpeecli in the 
cliainberH, In addition to this ruHponsiljle ministry 
tlicre is a privy council, composed of "ministers of 
state" without portfolio, who ni.ay he summoned for 
consultation on extraordin;iry occasions. 

liKoiRi-ATivK PowKK ANM) l.dCAN (iovKKSMKNT. — Parlia- 
ment of twoliouses, compost'il of a scnateandachamher 
of rc'itresentatives. The senate consists of half as 
many members as the lower chamber, elected for e\n\\t 
years, partly directly by (•onstituencies an(i partly in- 
directly by provincial councils. All senators nuist be at 
least 4(1 years of a^e and pay taxes. The house of re- 
presentatives is composed of members (Chosen directly 
ny citizens payinj; taxes, of the ajre of 2."), and resident 
Kel^'iaii citizens. Members of this house not resident in 
Brussels are paid, ami receive a pass over •,'overiuiu'nt 
railways for the purpose of attending; the session. The 
chamber is renewed by halves every two years. Hoth 
houses meet annually and nominate their own (iresi- 
dents and otHcers. The kinjj has the power of dissolv- 
in<f the houses either sinuiltaneo\isly or sepav* ',. 
Kelj;iumhas an excellent system of local ifovernment in 
jirovinces and conunuiies. 



Bhutan, independent state of India ; poinilation, 
'25,(iOi» ; area 17,000 scpiare )niles. 

ExKciTiVK I'owKii.— Elected deli riija, or secular head, 
in conjunction with a dharin rajii, or spiritual head, are 
at the head of the ifovermnent of ibis state, while the 
rule is jiractically in the hands of the chieftains. The 
British ^fovernment exercise a control over the affairs 
of the state. 



Bolivia, repulilic, with rein-esentative jiovermnent ; 
population, 2,010, ')4i) ; area, .')()7,300 sipiare miles. 

ExKci TivK I'owKK.— President, elected for four years by 
universal suffraire. Two vico-jiresidents are elected at 
the same time. The head of the executive is aided by a 
council of five ministers, who have no seats in con^^ress. 

LEOisiiATi'K I'owKK Asi) LocAi, (JovKRN.MKNT. — Con- 
gress of two houses, a senate of 10 members ; a chamber 
of deputies of 04 <leputies. The franchise is in the 
hands of all who can rea<l and write. For the depart- 
ments, provinces an<l cantons of the republic tliere are 
prefects, sub-prefects and coriej^idores entrusted with 
the administration of their internal affairs. 



Bornu, Central Soudan, absolute monarchy ; esti- 
mated population, .'i,0(<0,0U0 ; area about .''O.OtJO square 
miles. • 

ExKciTiVE I'owKU. --.\Iai or sheik, aided liy a coiincil 
of chiefs, or kokenawu, for all leijislative anti adminis- 
trative purposes. 



Brazil. I'liited states of, federal re)iublic with 
represenl:ili\e jfovormnent; ))opulation, 14,li.'f;i,01,T; area, 
;l,-.'0i»,«78 scpiare miles. 

Exki'i:tivk I'dWK.K. -President, elected for four vcars. 
but not eli;;iblc for a second term. ISoth the president 
and vice-president are elected directly by miiversal 
sutfrag'e, and aided by a cabinet of six secretaries of 
state, to be appointed and dismissed by the , resilient, 
atid not havinjf seats in congress. 

Lkoisi.ativk Powku asi> I ikai, (ioVKHNMKNT. — Con- 
gress of two liouses ; a senate of O.'i members chosen for 
nine years- one-tliird renewable every three years. 
The vi('e-i)residenl is (jresident of tlie body. The 
chamber of deputies comprises :'A)C^ members elected for 
three years by universal snffraye. Members of both 
houses are paid. Each of the 20 states of the re]publii' 
must have administrative, le^islat ive and judicial author- 
ities in accordance with tlie .American model, followed 
by the new constitution of 1801. The federal district 
has an elected council and a prefect aiijiointed by the 
president. There is a system of local or m\iMiri|ial 
govermnent in parishes an<l municipalities. 

Chill, republic, wHli rei>resentative government ; 
popidation, .S.OOO.i OO ; area, •J'.i:i,!)70 stpiare miles. 

ExKcniVK PowKK. -President, elected for live years 
by delegates chosen for the purpose by ballot of the full 
electorate (the American system practicall.v ). lie is 
aided by a responsible cotincil of state of 11 mend)ers, 



five ciioseu by the ])resi<lcnt and six by congreB.s. In 
addition there is a cabinet of six secretaries of state. 

l.i'.msLATivKPowKK AND LocAi, (iovKiiNMKNT.— National 
congress of twoliouses; a senate of 40 members elected 
every six years by (Simulative voting. Senators must 
have a eel tain income and are not paid; the chamber 
of 110 deputies eleded every three years by all male 
persons who can read and write ; deputies must have a 
small income. In legislation the ])resident has a veto, 
Ijiit it may lie over-ruled by a two-thirds vote of the 
members present in the two houses. The rej)ublic is 
divided into provinces, and the provinces into depart- 
ments for purposes of local government. Intentiants 
and governoi-s appointed by the president preside over 
the provinces and departments respectively. In the 
town di-stricts there are elective councils. 



China, absolute monarchy ; population, 403,(Mi(),000; 
area, 4, 218,400 square miles. 

ExKciTiVK PowKH. — Eiiiperor, who rules by quaiii 
hereditary right, though the succession is not from 
father to son necessarily, but it, is left to the reigning 
sovereign to appoint his succes.sor from his relatives of 
imperial bloo<l. He is aided l)y a grand council (chuii 
chi ch'u)of notables, summoned as occasion demands. 
The duties of administration are under the direction of 
the neiko or executive council, composed of seven 
heads of de))artments. The emperor's power is desj)otic 
except so far as it is controlled by the sui)reme or );rund 
councfl. The public service is based upon superior 
education and literary attainments. 

Lkoishtivk Powkr and Local Govkun.mkxt. - No 
system of legislative government exists in the Euro- 
pean or American sense, but all laws and edicts are 
framed and promulgated liy the emperor with the aid of 
his councils. 



Columbia, fe<Ieral republic, on United States plan, 
but with a responsible ministry ; population, about 
4,0(K),(HM) ; area, ril;<,040 square niiles. 

ExKciriVK Powkr.— President, elected for six years by 
universal suffrage through electoral colleges, and aided 
by a cal)inet of eight seci'ctaries responsible to congress. 

Lkuisi.ativk Powkr and Local GoyKRN.MK.sr.— Con- 
gress of two houses ; a senate of 27 membera chosen 1:^ 
the representatives of the nine departments or states. 
The house of representatives includes tiO members elected 
for four years by universal franchises. The deiiart- 
nients are under the administration of presidents or 
governors chosen by the federal executive, and have 
control of financial and other local matters. 



Congo, independent state under the sovereignty of 
tile irovernmeiit of Belgium ; population, 30, COO, 000, 
the Europeans being about 1,700 in all ; area, 900,000 
s(piare miles. 

EXKCITIVK Powkr. -The central authority is at Brus- 
sels. The local government is in a governor-general 
and other otlicials, appointed by the lielfjian authori- 
ties. Affairs of tl e provinces (12) are administered by 
officials apiiointed by the governor. 

Lkiuslativk Powkr axi> Local Govkrsmkxt. — All 
legislative power is in the hands of the local go\ern- 
inent, under the instriu^tions of the Belgian authorities. 

Corea, al«olute monarchy ; population iirobably 
from iri,oiiO,o;!0 to 17,0(10.11(10 ; area, S2,0ii0 scpiare miles. 

ExKcrnvK Powkr. -Hereditary king, called li-hi in 
Chinese, and aided by seven departni"iits oi state. 
Tlie Chinese emperor was for years nominally suzerain 
of Corea. but the recent war with ,lai>an for su|)reniacy 
in tlie promontory has given the latter practically abso- 
lute control. Its govermnent will lie henceforth carried 
on under .lapanese supervision. 



Costa Rica, federal repulilic, with only one legis- 
lative chamber ; ))opiilation, 243,20.') ; area about 24,000 
S(|Uarc miles. 

EXKCITIVK PowKH. -President, elected for four years 
by electoral assemblies, 1 liosen by all persons who live 
"resiiectalily," and aided by a cabinet if four ministers. 

Lkoislativk Powkk and Local (!oyKR:»MK.NT.- House 
of representatives of 2(i memliers, chosen in the same 
manner as the jiresident, forfoiiryears, one half retiring 
every two years. 



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Dahomey, absolute monarcliv , now under French 
influence, an likelv to lie aiuiexed \ty France at any 
time ; estimated populatiiin, 2(>0,(i00 ; area, 4, OCX) si|uare 
miles. 

KxKt'i'TiVK PowKR. — Klected kiujf, with absolute 
power. 

Denmark, limited monarchy, with parliamentary 
Ifoternment ; (io|tulation, 2,18.'),33fi; area, 15,281) square 
mi'es. 

DxKCi'TiVK PowKK.— Hereditary Wmn, aided by a coun- 
cil >f state of ei);ht responsible ministers, who can sit 
and debate in the lejfislativ e assemblies, but vote only in 
that of which they are actvially members. 

Lkoisi.ativk Powkr am> I.ocai, Govkrn'mknt. - Parlia- 
ment (riKsdajr) ot two houses. The landsthin^ or 
senate consists of (i(i members, partly aj>i>ointed by the 
crown and partly elected by the people for eijfht years 
on a tax-payiii},'' franchise. The folkethinj^, or lower 
house, consists of 114 incinbers, elected for three years 
by universal suffrafre. The limitation bein>r thatelec- 
tors must be 30 years of nn'e and residents. Members of 
both ho\ises are i>aid. Dcinnark has a system of local 
tfuverinnent in counties, towns, hundreds, and paris'.ies. 

Danish Colonies and Dependencies : 

St. Choix, St. Tiiomah and St. .Ioiin (Danish West 
Intlies); population, 32.<KKI ; area 118,('(K) square miles. 
The K"voi nmetit is under a ifovernor and other otticials 
at .St. Thomas. 

Grkrn'UNI) : population, 10„510 ; area, 46,740 square 
miles ; is jfovcrned by a board at Copeiihaj{en and by 
otticials ill two inspectorates or districts. 

ICKLASi) has a lejfislative assembly (althing') of 36 
memliers, and the chief a<lministration of the jfovern- 
ment is under a minister al Copeidiajren and two resi- 
dent ifovernors (amtmands) or ea.sterii and western 
divisions. 

Fahok Islands; population, 2, .500; area, .')14 sipiare 
miles. An amtmand, or governor, administej's affairs. 



Ecuador, republic ; population, about 1,,')00,000, 
the majority Indians ; area, 12(1,000 square miles. 

ExKciTiVK I'owKR. -President, elected for four years 
by direct vote of the peo|>le who i-an read and write and 
are Roman Catholics, and aided by a cabinet of five 
ministers. A vice-president is also elected an(l acts a-s 
president of the council of state, which is composed of 
the cal)iiiet and seven other members. 

LkoisIiATivk Powkr axi> KocaIj CiOvkrnmkxt.— Con- 
gress of two hoii'*es ; senate of 32 members elected for 
four years, one-half retirinsr every second year ; a house 
of 42 de)>uties, chosen for two years. The electorate is 
the same as that for president. The Hfovernment of the 
16 provinces is entrusted to jfovernors a|>pointed by the 
federal executive. The cantons are rejfulated by politi- 
cal chiefs, and the parishes by political lieutenants. 

France, republic, with representative government 
and res))0iisible ministry; population, about 40,0<X),0(X) ; 
area, 204,092 square miles. 

KxKciTivK Powkr.— President, elected for seven years 
by a majority of the votes of the senate and chamber of 
deputies meeting as a national assemblv. He chooses 
his cabinet of responsible ministers from The chamber of 
deputies. In case of a vacancy by death or resignation 
a new president is immediately elected by the united 
houses. He has the right of dissolving "the chamber 
with the consent of the sctiate. His ministry, who are 
members of ami responsible to the chamber, consists of 
nine heads of departments. In comiection with the 
work of administration there is also a council of state, 
of which the minister of justice is president. Its special 
duty is to act as a consultative body in administrative 
matters. Members have the right of speech in both 
houses. 

LeoisiiAtivk Powrr and Locai, Govkknmkxt.— Con- 
gress or national assembly of two houses; a senate of 
8(X) members and a chamber of ."iSt deputies. Senators 
must be 40 years old, and are elected for nine years— 
one-tliird retiring every three years. They are elected 
indirectly by an electoral body. The senate still con- 
tains a number of the life members originally elected 



by the united chambers, but henceforth all senators are 
elected. The chamber of deputies is elected for four 
yearn by universal suffrage. l)e)iuties must be 2.'> 
years of age. Moth senators and deputies are paid, 
and the presidents of the two houses receive a large 
sum for entertaimnent. Members travel free on all rail- 
ways. Uoth houses have the .same powers of legislation 
except in the ca.se of financial measures, which must 
lie first presented in the chamber of deputies. The 
departments of France have a system of local govern- 
ment in which the commune is the unit. The pre- 
fect or warden of the departments is appointed by 
the central govermnent. In the communes there are 
elected councils, but their acts are subject to the 
api)roval of the |>refect. Centrali»ition is the jjovern- 
ing principle in France. 



French Colonies and Dependencies : 

.Vt.oKRiA, colony ; population, 4,429,420; area, 184,474 
8(|tuire miles. 

KxiTulive Power. — Oovernor, appointed by the 
French government (as in all other cases of colonies), 
allied by a consultative council. 

Legixlativi' I'uwer and luteal Government.— Kepre- 
sented by three senators and six deputies in the national 
assembly of France, which legislates for all the colonies. 

An.nam, French protectorate; population, from two 
to three millions ; area, 27,000 sipiare miles. 

Kxeruline /'(»(vc.— King, called tham thaii. French 
interests are protected by the presence of troops. 

Ca.\iii(idia, French protectorate ; population, 2,(K)0,000; 
area, 38,600 square miles, 

Exeeufiee I'mrer. -King, 

Legixlative I'oirer and Loeal dorerntneitt.—The coun- 
try is divided into arrondissements for local purposes. 

Cochin China, colony ; population, 2,100,000 natives, 
with a small French population of about 3,0(X) ; area, 
23,082 sipiare miles. 

L'-ijixltttire I'lnrer and Local Government. — One 
deputy, T a' <>-overnment is exercised in provinces 

and arrond ts. 

French L ani. Garin, colony ; population, 

7,000 (KM) of 11. , s ; area, 300,000 square miles. 

Executive I'o: cc- Military connnandant in present 
unorganizetl stute of the coiuitry. 



Frfacii Gi iska and Dki-knukncikh, colony ; popula- 
tion, ."io.ooo ; area, 25,000 scpiare miles. 

Hxeciitire /'o((y'r.— Governor, 

Liyistatlre J'oirer and Local Government. — No rep- 
resent.ation, 

Frkncii India, colony; population, 300,000; area, 
2(K),0<M) square miles. 

Executive /'(>(('<■/•,— Governor, 

lA'<ii!<iative Poirer and Local Gooernmeiit. — One sena- 
tor and one deputy. 

Frkncii Shihan, protei-tor.ite ; population, over 3,000,- 
(MMI natives : area, .')4,(MI0 S(Hiare miles, 

Exiciitive /'(Dec/', --.Military connnandant subject to 
the governor of Senegal, 



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ADKLoi'K AND Dki'kndknciks, colony ; population, 
; area, 722 scpiare miles. 
Executive /'()i(r/\- -Governor and elected council, 
Leijiiilntiv' I'liiicr and Local Giwernnienf. —Honator 
and two deputies; a local system of arrondissements, 
cantons and communes, 

iJi lANA, colony; population, 30,(X)0 ; area, 46,850 
s(piare miles, 
Exei utive /'oiccc,-- Governor, 
Lcijidativc I'nwev .1- Local Government. ~Oue deputy. 

MARTiNiutK, colony; population, 180,000; are? :;80 
scpiai'e miles. 

Executive Power.—Govornor and an elected general 
council, 

Leijishitive Power and Loi-al Government.— Senator 
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area, 



Nkw Cai.kuonia an!» 1»ki'ksi)Bm;ik8, Freiu^li peiml 
colony ; pop\ilatioii, (iU.iHX) ; area, 7,700 8(iuare miles. 

KxecHlire I'owcr. (Jovernor. 

Leginlatii'c I'lmwr and Lucal Gvveniment.—'So rep- 
resentation. 

Mapaoascar ; popiilation, 4,«KM»,0im» proI)abl.v ; I)ic!f0 
Suarez, on northern part of tliu Island, is held b.r 
France. The same is true of Nossi-Bo^ Island and 
St. Marie ; area, •228,5<K) s(|narc miles. 

Executive /'oicec— Hereditary soverel}.'n, at present 
a queen, who retains her position only in name, as a 
French resident-ffeneral, supjiortcd by a military force, 
controls the administration of affairs. The Island is 
now fonnally fleclared a French colony. 

LeAjislatim Power ami Local doner ninont. - Public as- 
semblies are at times called together for jmrposesof con- 
sultation, but the powers are uncertain and ill-dcflned. 



Kkision, colony ; population, 17.'i,000 ; urea, 1,(K)0 
square miles. 

Executive Power.- Governor. 

Lefji dative Power and Loeamoreriunvnt.—k senator 
and two deputies. French municipal law prevails. 

Sbnroal, colony; population, 17.'>,iKiO; area, !>4,0(X) 
square miles. 

Executive Poiwr.— Governor, assisted by a colonial 
council, 

Letjinlative Power tb Local (Tovernment.-One deputy. 

SOCIKTY AND MaRQIKHAH ISLANDS AND FKKSCII EsTAH- 

LI8IIMRNT8 IN OcKANi A.— Population, about 100,000; 
area, 9,170 square miles. 

Executive Pojwc— Commandant-^'eiieral at Tahiti, 
exercisinj^f jurisdiction over Oceania, and aided by two 
councils, one for consultative puriwses and another 
elected by universal franchise. 

St. Pikrke and MiijrKuiN, fishery station ; population, 
6,000 ; area. 90 square miles. 

Exeiutive /"oirer.— Governor. 

Li'fiidative Poiver and Local Government. -^So repre- 
sentation. 



ToNQiiN, colony ; population, 9.000,000 ; area, 34,740 
square miles. 

Executive Pou'er.-StiW without a fixed system of 
colonial ffovernmont. French troops occupy the 
country. 

Ti'Nis, French protectorate ; po)mlution, 1,700,000, 
including; nearly 43,000 French residents ; area, 51,000 
square miles. 

Executive Power.— Hat'ive bey or prince, having 
hereditary riuhts to the throne ; the French interests 
are (juarfled by the presence of a minister resident and 
two sec-etaries, who administer affairs under the in- 
structions of the French jfovermnent. 

Legislative Power and Local <!overnnient. — All legis- 
lative and executive power is nominally in the bey, but 
France has a veto. 

Othrr Frbnch Islands. — St. Paul and Amsterdam, 
Karguelan, Obock, Mayotte, and the Cinnoro Islands are 
too insignificant to reciuire si)ecial mention here. 

Germany (empire of), federal empire, wiih repre- 
sentative institutions; population, 5:), 000,000 ; area, 
208,8:10 sipiare miles. The empire exercises a protec- 
torate through imperial conunissioners or governors in 
certain countries in Africa and tlie Pacifli;. In Africa, 
Pogoland, Cameroons, (Jerman South-West Africa, 
German East Africa. In the l'a(Mflc, Kaiser Wilhelin's 
Land, Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Island, Marshall 
Island, with a probal>le population, 9,000,000 ; area, 
990,0<K) square nules. 

ExKciTiVE PowKii.— The s\iprcnie executive is in the 
king of Prussia (hereditary) under the title Deiilscher 
kaiser or emperor of Germany, who controls the com- 
bined administration and organi/iUion of all tlie Oernian 
states. He has the aid of a cliiiii<i'll()ran<l five heads of 
departments. In addition to tliese ministers (who do 
not constitute a responsible cabinet), the bundesrath or 
legislative federal council (see l.ilow^ itself has adminis- 
trative powers which it exercises through 12 committees. 



IjKdISLATlVK POWKII AND LOCAI, OOVKHN.MKNT. — In the 

bundesrath or federal council and the reichstag or diet 
of the realm. The former consists of .18 members repre- 
senting the individual states of the empire and appointed 
for each session by their several governments. The 
reichstag is composed of IV.C members elected for five 
years in the states by ballot and imiversal suffrage. 
Both parliaments meet annually on a sunnnons of the 
emperor. The chancellor presides over ' bundesrath. 
All laws must receive the votes of an ab..olute majority 
of both bodies and be assented to l)y the enqieror. 

Germany, States of, viz. :— 

Alsack-LorrainI';; population, 1,640,0(X) ; area, 5,601 
stpiare miles. 

Executive /'oicc (•.—(iovernor-general (statthalter) ap- 
pointed by the emperor, and aided by a ministry of 
three members, and a council of stale, of whom three 
are reconnnended by the provincial committee (see 
below). 

Leip'slative Power and Local Gorernwent.-hande- 
sausschuss, or provincial conunittee of 58 members. 

Aniialt ; i>opulation, 29;J,(M)0 ; area, 906 sciuare miles. 

Executive /'our*'.— Hereditary duke, aided bya minis- 
ter of state. 

Legislative Power and Local Government. — Diet of 
30 members, two a|)pointe(l by the duke and the rest 
chosen by certain classes of the )iopulation. 

Badkn; population, 1,725,000; area, 5,821 square 
miles. 

Executive /'oircc— Hereditary grand duke, aided by 
an executive coinicil of responsible ministers. 

Lcijidative Power and Lncal Government. — Landtag 
of two chambers ; an upper house of ecclesiastical digni- 
taries, princes and nobles, partly nominated by the 
grand duke and the rest representative of the noi)ility, 
universities, etc. The second chamber is elected indi- 
rectl.\' by the towns and rural districts for four years, 
one half retiring every two years. Members are paid 
when they are elected or appointed, and do not sit by 
hereditary right in the upper house. 

Bavakia; population, 5,818,000; area, 29,282 square 
miles. 

Executive /'(K/rc.— Hereditary king with a responsi- 
ble ministry and a council of state. 

Legislative Power and Local Government. — Parlia- 
ment of two bouses ; a chamber of reichsriithe or upper 
house of ju'inces, hereditary and aj)pointed; peers and 
ecclesiastical dignitaries ; a house of 159 rei)resenta- 
tives chosen indirectly by electors. Memliers are paid 
and receive passes over railways. 

Brkmks, state and city of ; iwpulation, 202,465; area, 
99 s(piare miles. 

Executive y'oKrc— Burgomasters and a senate from 
which is formed a ministry. 

Legislative Power and Local Government .--h\\ry;et- 
schaft or convent of 150 burgesses, elected by the 
citizens, university men being one of the classes of 
voters. ' 

Brinswick; pojuilation, 4:U,2tK); area, 1,424 square 
miles. 

E.reeutivr Power. — At present a regent, through the 
fail\n-e of the rightful heir, a duke, to claim the throne. 
He has the assistatice of a resjionsiljle ministry of three 
beads of dopartnicnts. 

Legislative Power and Local Government. — Legisla- 
tive a.xsembly of 40 members, elected by taxpayers, 
clergy, towns and rural districts for four years, and 
meeting every two years. 

Hambiro, state and free city of; jiopulation, 682,000; 
area, 158 square miles. 

E.rccutive' Power. Senate of 18 carefully selected 
members, with special legal, financial, and other qualifi- 
cations, and elected for life by the house of burgesses. 
Two burgomasters, chosen by ballot. i)reside. 

Legixlative Poiver and Local Government. ^lloxme ot 
burgesses of ll'O niiMnbers, elected by ballot for six 
years, one-half retiring every three years, by taxpayers, 
guilds, co\irts of justice, corporations, etc. The senate 
ha.s a veto over legislation. In case of conflict there is 
a court of arbitrators chosen equally from the two 
chambers. 



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II 



Hk«hk; iiopiiliilinn, l,o;{0,000; area, •i,!Ui5H(|uare milcH. 

h'xmitiri' I'uirrr. IliTuditary jfraiKl-dukc, aidtd hy 
a iniiiistrv, 

hri/ix/alirr I'mccr and Local (loiYrnnnnt. ~\.i;giii\i\- 
turu of two I'liaiiilters ; nii mipor hoiisf i)f princt'H. cci'le- 
siastical dii^iiitarii's, olei^tud ai)i>oiiiti'd and hori'ditary 
ineiiibi^rs; a lowor liouso of M* I'locled iiieinl)ers. Mem- 
bers of both liouses are paid when clecled or appointed. 

Lh'PK; po])iilatioii, l.'if) (H>0 ; area, W\) square miles. 

Execiitiec /'ofcci-. — Ilere<litar.v priiiee, aided l),v a 
iiiitiiistcr. 

Lei/ifliilire I'niccr anil Local dorcrnincnt. — Diet of 
21 elected iiieniliors with aluo coiixiiltativi' fiiiictioiiH. 

liiriiKCK, free eitv and state of; population, 8;{, 000 ; 
area 115 wpiare miles. 

Kxeciitire I'oarr. — (loiiMtitutioii similar to that of 
Bremen. 

MKCKLKSiiiHd-SciiWKiiiN ; po)>ulation, 000,000; area, 
5,13.5 s(piare miles. 

Kxcciiticc I'oirci: - Hereditary grand duke, ai<led by 
a ministry res])<)nsibli; to I he head of the executive alone. 

Ijp'lixlalicc I'liircr anil Local (iorcrnnicnt. — Partly in 
the hands of the yrand dnke tlirouyh an ancient institu- 
tion that has come down from feudal times, called the 
domain, and in the lan<llan:, in which the knights' 
estates and the l)ui;;omaslers of the towns are alone 
represented. The people nerr 'rally elect no members 
except to the Oerinati )iai-liament. 

Mkcki-kshih(i-Sthki.itz ; po)iu1ation, 101,000 ; area, 
l,i:il s(|uare miles. 

Kxccnlin: /'(//rcc. Hereditary i;rand duke, with the 
aid of a minister of state. 

L (jinlathy I'oa-cr ami Local iiorcinmcnt. — Its diet 
is in common with that of the Duchy of .Mecklenlmrtf- 
Schweriii, and is composed of landowners and bur>fo- 
masters. Only the (trovince of Slarj^ard has a share in 
the constitution. 

OliDKSHinn ; pi)|)ulation, ;i74,(KM); area, 2,470 scpiare 
miles. 

Exc'Vihe /'ii)(v'/-.— Hereditary jfrand duke, aided by 
a responsible ministry. 

Lciinlaticc /'.'H' r and Local (lorcrniiicnt. — Landtag 
or diet elected for three years by indirect election. 

riii.ssiA; i)opulation, :U.*.")5,l(lO ; area, 1:J4,4G3 S(|uare 
miles. 

Kxccni'iKi' /'((((■(■)•.— llere<litary kiiiir, whois alsoempe- 
ror of Germany, and aided by a ministry appointed by 
himself. 

Lcjiixlalire I'oircr and Local (iorcrnnicnt. — Parlia- 
ment or liiiidtai;' of two houses : a bouse of lords lierren- 
haus, coi iposed of i)rinces, hereditary peers, life (leers, 
elected nobles, rcpicsontatives of universities, burgo- 
masters of l;ir!ic towns, etc. : a lower house, or abjreord- 
neteiihaus. of 4:f.i members elected by the i)eople for i 
five years on ii very lilieral franchise. Financial ques- 
tions can only be initialed in the chamber (lower), but 
they may be rejected ;is a whole h\ the u|iper house ; 
otherwise both liouses have eiiual |ii>wers of letfislation. 
Members of the lower house are paid. The kiiiirdom is 
divided into provinces, oxer which j;o\eriiors preside, 
and into ''outuies and other minor local divisions for 
purposes of local fjovernment. 

Kkcss (KIder Branch); population, fi3,ii00 ; area, 122 
square miles. 

Krccniirc yn/ccc.— Hereditary prince, aitied by a 
minister of state. 

LcfliKlaHrc Pmccr and Local <ior('rninciit.-]j<i'^\n\a- 
tive body of 12 members, partly elective anil partly 
nominated by the prince. • 

Kki'ss (Youn'fer liratich); jioiiulation, 120,000; area, 
31 ii sipiiue miles. 

Kxcctdlrc /•()»'('/■. — Hereditary lU'ince, aided by a small 
cabitiet. 

Li'ijUlatine J'owcr mid Local Government. — Diet of 
15 electet. uembers and the prince. 

S.AXK-.\LTK,N'i!riiu ; pojmlation, lsO,000 ; area, 511 
square niilef. 



Kxcciitirc /'oMV'/-.— Hereditary duke, aided by an 
executive conncil. 

Leyinlathc I'oa'cr and Local (loreniuicnt. Chamber 
of 30 luembers, elected for six years- tlie sessions bein^r 
held every tliree years. 

S.\xK-CoiioiR() OoTil.x ; ])opulalion, 210,000; area, 
755 s(|uare miles. 

Kxccniivc /'((»'(■;•. —Hereditary duke, aided by a minis- 
ter of state. 

Legislative Power and Local (iorcrnnient. Iti the 
duke and two chambers chosen for foin- years for each 
of the two duchies by an indirect system of election, 
and nieetin;; in common for the common alTairs of both, 
otherwise se])arately. Deputies are paid. 



Saxk-Mkninuks ; population, 234, (M)0; area, 053 square 
miles. 

Executive /"omvc— Heretlitary duke, aided by a minis- 
ter of slate. 

Ltiiidatire Power ami Local Government. — Elective 
chamber of 24 members with an existence of six years. 

Saxk-Wki.mar ; j)opnlation, 339,000; area, 1,388 sipiare 
miles. 

Executive fVi('<'»'.— Hereditary urand duke, aided by 
an executive council res|>onsible to the assembly. 

Lciiinlatirc I'uwcr and Local Government .—V\\Mnhiit 
elected directly and indirectly on a very liberal fran- 
chise and meetiiiff every three years. 

Saxosv ; poi)ulation, ;i, 787,088 ; area, 5,787 square 
miles. 

Executive Power. — Hereditary kin(f, aided by a 
council. 

Leijixlativc Power and Local Government. — Parlia- 
ment of two chambers : an upper house of princes, 
elected, appointed and hereditary nobles, college and 
university representatives, burgomasters ; a lower 
chamljer of 82 members, elected by the towns aiul rural 
coniniinies on a very liberal franchise. Members of 
both bouses are paid, excx>pt in the case of hereditary 
and official members. 

Sciiai'.mriro-Lii'I'k; population, 41,fM)0 ; area, 131 
square miles. 

E.ceciitive Power. — Hereditary prince. 

Leiiixlalive Power and Local Government. — In the 
prince and diet, partly ai)pointed by the prince and 
classes, and partly elected by the people. 



Sciiwarziu'Ro-Kidodolstadt; population, 80,000 ; area, 
303 scpiare miles. 

Executive /'oircc. -Hereditary prince. 

Leijinlative Power and Local Govennnent. — House of 
representatives elected for three years by taxpayers 
and inhabitants generally. 

I .SciiwAKZBiRo-So.NDKRSiiAi'SKX ; population, 78,000 ; 
i area, 333 square miles. 

Execatiie /'ofct'c.— Hereditary prince. 
Leifislative Power and Local Government.— In the 
prince and diet, jiartly appointed by the prince and 
land-owners, and viart'y elected by the people. 



Waldkck ; poinilation, .">8,000 ; area, 433 square miles. 

Kxectitivc /'o»rr. — Hereditary j)rince, but the real 
power is placed in the king of Prussia, who appoints all 
public officials and administers financial and other affairs. 

Legidative Power and Local Qovrnincnt. — Assembly 
of 15 elected mem))ers whose functions are confined to 
purely local luatters. 

WrRTK.MiiiRo ; population, 2,081,000 ; area, 7,528 
.siptare miles. 

Executive Power. — Hereditary king, aided by a 
minister and a jtrivy council- the latter consultative. 

Legislative Power and Lucnl Government. Legisla- 
ture or landstande, composed of an upper house of 
princes, hereditary and appointed nobles ; a house of 
deputies, elected by nobles, clergy, university towns, 
districts, the electors in the latter case being all citizens 
over 25 years. The ballot is in force. The term of each 
member is six years. Members of both houses are paid. 
A permanent joint committee represents both house9 
when not sitting. 



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German Dependencies or Protectorates : 

In Akimca : 

Tddoi.ANO (Willi lMt\v Fopo and I'orto Sej,'uro) ; esti- 
iiKited popiilutinn, 'J,riOli,()Oii ; area, :i:t,UtH) h<|. niilus. 



Camkhodss ; I'sliinated population, J^.ldO.OdO ; 
llW.firo s(|imri! niili'8. 



area, 



Soitii-Wkmt Akkica ; esliniated population, 200,000; 
area, :i2(J,'ir)() mpiare niilcH. 

East Akrica ; esliuiat.e<l population, 4,0i)(),()(H) ; area, 
:<S0,U4() H<|imre miles. 

E.tfC'ilii)e I'liwer. -Vor above, connniiisionurs or gov- 
ernors. 

In thk I'AciKic: 

MARHiiAi.ii Islands; estimated population, 10,000; 
area, 150 s(|uaru miles. 

.SoiiOMON Isi.ANDS ; estimated poimlation, 100,000; 
area. !»,000 stpiare miles. 

RisMAKCK ARcnirKiiAoo; estimated i)Oi)ulation, 100,- 
000; area, '21,(M)0 sipiare miles. 

Kaiskii Wii.UKiiM's Land; estimated population, 110,- 

000; area, 7 ,OtK) square miles. 
Executive Puircr. — l''oral)o\-^ commissioners. 

KiAcCiiAi', on the cast coatt of the Chinese i>roviueo 
of Shan-tun leased to Oermanv, March (>, 1M08 
Area, 12i) s(iuare miles. l'o))ulalion, 00,000. Under 
control of the navy department. 

Greece, constitutional monarchy ; population, 
2,4:{4 000 ; area 2.") 041 square mile.s. 

Exkci;tivk I'ovvkh. — Kin;; (elected in the present case 
hut the succession to he in his heirs under conslitu- 
tio lai limitations), aided by a ministry. 

LPOIHLATIVK I'OWKR aNd' LOCAI, tiOVKKNMENT.— I ejfis- 

lative assembly (boidti) of 207 representraives, elected 
by universal suffrage for fo\ir years. Members are 
paid. A municipal system exists in the nomarchies or 
pro', incial divisions. 

Guatemala, republic ; population, l,ri:{r),oOO mostly 
Indians ; area. 03,400 square miles. 

ExEi;i!TiVK PovvKR.. — President, elected for six years, 
by universal suffrajje. 

Lkoisi-ativk Powkr and LocAii GovKRNMKNT.— National 
assembly, elected by univer!-"ul suffra},''e for four years. 



LKItlHtiATIVK POWKR AND LOCAI, OoVKRN.MK.NT.— Sitltfle 

coiiifress of 37 flcputies, elected for two years by uni- 
versal sufTrajfe. ' 

Italy, constitutional monarchy ; po|>ulatioii, M,000,- 
000 ; area, lio,ii2:< scpiaru miles. Its foreifrn p issessiuna 
are Eritrea, M;issowah, Keren, Asmara and Dahlak Arch- 
ipel.iu'o, on the Red Sea, in which a civil ufovernor is 
appointed by thckiriff ; Abyssinia and Shoa.obbin Habab, 
Kovfos Assab, .Vuss.a, Somali, and (iallaalund in Africa 
are uniler It;ilian itiHiience or protectorate. The total 
population of these dependencies is probably over 7,- 
0(H),liOO; area, :'i4ii,(MM( s(piare miles. 

ExKCiTivK I'owKR.— Here<litary kinj?, aided by a re- 
s))nnsilile ministry. 

Lkdisi.ativk I'owkii an'd Locai, Oovkrnmknt. Parlia- 
ment of two houses ; a sen.ite of H'M) members, coin- 
|»os<-d of princes an<l life members a))pointed by the 
kin);, and conHpi<'Uous for their position, sc^ientiflc, 
literary or other attainments; a chamber of M)X 
deputies, elected by a very liberal franchise in which 
educational i|ualiflcations' have a iirominent place. 
.Members of the two hcmses are not paid Itut they travel 
free. An excellent system of local >fo\ernment is exer- 
cised by means of provinciivl, municipal and conununal 
councils. 

Japan, constitutional monarchy ; population, 42,- 
70ii,000; area, 1 17,760 s(iuare miles. 

ExKrrnvK Powkh. -Hereditary Emperor (mikado), 
aided by a resp nsible ministry and acon-ultative J)rivy 
council. The mikado has th jiower of rliss .h int' the 
le'jrisliiture and of ^iviiiffsinction to all bills as a branch 
of the leyislature. 

Lkoisi.ativk. Powkr and I.ocAti (iovKRNMKNT. — Impe- 
rial parliament or diet of two botises ; a housi' of IJOO 
peers composed of princes, hereditary, fleeted or ap- 
pointed nobles, who hobl their seats for life or for seven 
years, acconlinjras their position is hereditary orelected 
or appointed ; a house of .SiK) representatives elected on 
a very liberal 'francihise for four years. Members of 
both houses are paid, except inj; hereditary peers; the 
' legislative powers of both houses are equal ; votinjf is 
I by se(!ret ballot. The provinces of the empire are 
I u'ove ned by jfovernors, appointed by the emperor, and 
j by representative .assemblies for purposes of local ad- 
I ministration. 



Hawaii, republic; population, 90,000; area, 0,010 
square miles. The United States sen.ate has voted to 
incorporate these islands in the union on the demand 
of a section of the people, and the foUowinif is the con- 
stitution of the old order of thinifs, now to be chantred. 

ExEUiiTiVK Powkr. — President elected for six years by 
the two houses in united session and aided by a council 
appointed by the j)resident and the houses. 

LEoisiiATiVK Powkr and Locai<Govern.mkst. -National 
legislature of two houses; a senate of 15 members, 
elected by indirect vote for six > eaia one-third retiring 
every two years. A house of 15 representatives elected 
by in<lirect vote for two years. Members of both houses 
require a property or income (pialification. Le;;islature 
meets bienni.ally. 

Ha3rti, re]iublic ; population, l,00O,(X)O, negroes 
mostly ; area, 10,204 s((uare miles. 

ExKCiTivK Power. — President, gener.ally chosen by 
the national legislature, though the constitution re- 
quires his direct election by the people for seven years. 
Uebellions are freipient and political conditions uncer- 
tain. The president has a ministry. 

Leoisi,ativk PowKii AND LocAi, CiovKiiNMENT.— National 
legislature of two houses : a senate of :59 members, ap- 
pointed for six years by the house of representatives 
from lists submitted by the executive ai,d electoral col- 
lege.s — one-third retiring every two years; a house of 
representatives, elected for three years by manhood 
suffrage. Members are paid. 

Honduras, republic; estimated population, 40f),- 
000, mostly Indians ; area, 43,00ii scpiare miles. 

ExEciiTiVR Power. — President, elected by universal 
Buflrage for four years, and aided by a ministry. 



Korea. (See Corea. ) 

Liberia. African republic; population, 1,100 000; 
area, 14 ;?0o S(|uare miles. 

ExKci'TiVK Power.— President elected for two years 
by iuiivers.ll suffrage ami aided by a ministry. 

I.iE(»isi,ATivE Power and Locai. Oovkrnmknt. -National 
legislature of two houses : a senate of eight members 
and house of repivsent.atives of l.'i members— the former 
elected for four .and the latter for two years by universal 
suffrage. 

Luxemburg', independent grand duchy ; popula- 
tion 217,000 ; area, DOS scpiare miles. 

ExEciTiVK Power. - Hereditary grand duke. 

Lk(1isi,ativk Power and Locai", (ioVERN.MKNT.— Cham- 
ber of 45 deputies, elected for six years by the cantons 
or townships, one half being renewed every three years. 

Mexico, federtil republic ; population, 12,020,000 ; 
area, 707,Oii5 .s(|uai'e miles. 

ExKCi'TivK Power.— President, elected for four years 
by electors chosen by univers.al suffrage, and aided by a 
council. 

Leoislative Powkr and Local Oovkrnmknt. — Con- 
gress of two houses : a senate of 50 members, elected by 
universal sutfraire, two for each state; a house of 227 rc- 
l>resentativcs elected for two years by manhood suf- 
frage. .Members of the two houses are paid. Each of 
the 2S states of the federation has a governor and a 
legislature of two houses elected by the people. 



Monaco, independent principality ; )iopulation, 14,- 
000; area, eight scpiare miles. 

ExEciTiVE Power. -Hereditary prince, having exclu- 
sive executive and legislative power, aidc<l by a governor- 
general and a council of state. 



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Montenegpro, indL'puiKluiit princiiKilil.v, with a 
incaHiiru of cniiHtitiilioiiiil ^'ovoriiiuuiit ; |)0|iulutioii, 
228,iKK) ; nrca, ;<,(i:t(i M(|imi't' iiiiluM. 

ExKCUTivK I'dWKR. - Hurodilur.v priix-e, aided bj' a 
miniHlr.v. 

LKdIHLATIVR I'OWKll AND LoCAI. (ioVKRNMKNT. -State 

oouMcil of uiffht iiiuiiiliorH, four a|)]ioiMled liy tlio prince, 
(our elected li.v the iiiliul)ituiitH vvlio can serve asiHuldiera. 

Morocco, absolute denpotisni ; popnlation, esti 
mated f>.0<K),(t(X) ; area, 'i^o.Ono s(|Uiire miles. 

KxKcnivK I'owKit. -Sultan, spiritual as well as civil 
head of the state, with a consultative ministry. 

LkoISIiATIVK I'oWKIl ASI) LoCAl, GoVKIIXMKNT.— All lej{- 

Islative as well as executive power is in the sultan. 

Nepaul, militar.v oligarchy ; population, •2,0()t),(HJ() ; 
urea, .')4,(MH) sfpuirciniles. 

ExKciTiVK PowKH. Nominal hereditary sovereign, but 
the chief authority is in the jniine minister. 

Netherlatids, constitutional monarchy ; jiopula- 
tion, 5.0(I4,(KHI; area, 12,t!4S scjuare miles. 

KxKClTlVK I'liWKH.— Hereditary soverei),'n, at present 
a queen, a minor, for whom a oneen re^font acts ; a re- 
sponsible council of ministers aids the sovereiifii. 

LKOISLATIVK I'llWKIl ASM) I,0<'AI, (JoVKIiXMKNT.— Statcs- 

gcneral of two houses ; a first chamber of fit) members, 
elected for nine years- -one-third retiring; every three 
years — by the iirovincial states from the hijfhcst tax- 
payers or important officials ; a second chamber of 100 
deputies, elected by male tax-i>ayers and Indjjers of the 
ago of '.i.'j, for four years. .Members of both houses are 
paid. Mniisters can attend the )>roceedini;s of both 
chambers, but they have only a deliberative voice except 
when they are members of either. New kyislation can 
only be initiated in the seiiond chiimber and by the 
government. The upper house can only reject or ap- 
prove, but not amend measures. Kach province has a 
representative system of only one elected chamber. In 
every commune there is an elected council for 4ocal 
affairs. 

Netherlands. Colonies of the, viz. : 
Is THE DiTcii East Inmuks ; 

Java, Madira, with the following outposts: Sumatra, 
Borneo, Hiau, Linjftfa .Archipelago, Hanca, IJilliton, 
Celebes. Moluccas. Sunda Islands, New Guinea (in 
part) ; total population, 33,000,000 ; area, 73(1,400 
sijuare miles. 

Executiw Power. — Governor-general, assisted by a 

furely consultative council, administers affairs of Dutch 
ndia. Java and Madura are governed by a resident 
and assistant residents, and controllers in the ])rovinccs. 
The outposts are governed by governors, residents, 
assistant residents, controllers. 

iM/ixlatifc Pi)ircr and Lucal Goccc/im^/if.— Legisla- 
tive power is in the council and governor. All power 
vested as opposite and in the supreni'j government. 

In tiik DrTcii Wkst Ixdikn : 

SuRiNA.M or DiTcii GriAKA ; population, 04,000 ; area, 
46,(XMI square miles. 

Execufii'e yVKCcc— Governor, aided by a council, all 
appointed by the king. 

Le(ii4nfive I'ntccr and Local (lovi'rntnent. --V,o\ou\a.\ 
states, whoso members are partly appointed by the go\- 
ernor and partly elected. 

Curacao and its dev)en(lent i.slunds ; population, 40,- 
000 ; area. 403 s(iuare miles. 

Executim Power. —Governor, aided by a council, all 
appointed by the king. 

Lcgislatiue Power and Loral (r'Hvr/ioicdf. Colonial 
council, composed of the four members of the council 
and eight members appointed by the king. The inter- 
nal affairs of tbo several isLmd's are administered by 
chiefs appointed by the king. 

Nicaragua, republic ; population, 3sO,000 ; area, 
40,.')00 scpiare miles. 

ExKciTivK HowKii.— President, elected for four years 
by universal suffrage and aided by a responsible min- 
istry. 

LkoisIjATIve Power and Locai^ Govrrsmkst.— Con 
gross of two houses; a senate of 18 members, and a 
house of representatives of 21 members, the former 



elected for six, and the latter for four years by universal 
suffrage. 

Oman, independent state in Arabia ; population, 
l,.')'iO,oiM); area, 82, ii(K( square miles. 

ExKci'TivK Power. -Hereditary sultan, with absolute 
power, as in all similar states uf the cast. 

Orangfe Free State, with rei)resentative govern- 
ment ; estimated population, 21i»,iniO, (if whom 80,()(X) 
are white ; area, 48,32(1 s(piarr miles. 

ExKciTiVK Power.— President elected for five years by 
imiversal suffrage, and aided by an executive cO' ncil, 
several of w bom are ele<'ted by the popular assonibly. 

liEoisi.ATivK I'owKR A.Ni) Loi'Ai. (JoVERN.MEST.- -Assem- 
bly volksraad) of M meiniH'rs, elected for four years, 
one half retiring every two years by universal suffrage. 
Members are paid. 

Paragrtiay, republic ; estimated population, 330,- 
000 ; area, ))8,oo(i sipiare miles. 

ExKci TiVE Power. -President, elected for four years 
by imivc'rsal suffrage, md aided by a coiuicil of respon- 
sible ministers. A vice-president is also elected. 

l,K.(nsi,ATivE Power and Local Government.— Con- 
gress of two houses, a senate and house of representa- 
li\es elected by universal suffrage. The members are 
paid. 

Persia, absolute monarchy ; population, estimated 
!),(l(M» (KM) ; area, t)28,(iO() sipi.ire miles. 

P^XKCiTiVK Power.— Hereditary shah (shahenshah), 
ai<le<l by a consultative council of ministers The 
country is divided into provinces, each governed by a 
goveriiorgenend and lieutenant-gdvernor, all acting 
imder the instructions of the central government. 

Leuislative Power and Local Government.- -In the 
shah, whose powers are only limited by the jirinciples of 
the Koran and of the Mohannncdan tenets. 

Peru, republic ; iiopulation, 2,700,000 ; area, 4C3,750 
S(piare miles. 

KxRciTivE Power.— President, elected for four years 
by universal suffrage, and aided by an executive coun- 
cil. Two vice-presidents are also elected to act in ca.se 
of death or iiu-apacity of the lu-esident. 

Legislative Power and Local Government.- Con- 
gress of two hou«cs ; a senate of 40 members, chosen by 
the provinces or deiiartments, and a house of 110 repre- 
sentatives, elected by an indirect vote of electors. There 
are municipal councils for local purposes. 

Portugal, constitutional monarchy ; population, 
"i.O.'iO.OiM) ; area. 30.038 square miles. 

ExEciTiVE Power.- Hereditary king, aided by a re- 
sponsible cftbinet and a consultative privy council. 

Lkoislative Power and Local Government.— Cortes 
geraes or parliament of two houses; a house of peers, 
(caniiira dos jiares) hereditary peers elected or appointed 
for life, peers, universities, and literary and sinentiflc 
Viodies having representatives ; a house of 149 deputies 
(caniara dos deputados), elected for four years by a very 
liberal franchise, regard being had to educational quali- 
fications. Colonial members are paid, other deputies 
travel free by state railways. The sovereign cannot veto 
a law passed twice by the cortes. Madeira and the 
Azores form an integral jiart of the kingdom for legisla- 
tive and administrative purposes. Portugal has a muni- 
cipal system. 

Portuguese Colonies and Dependencies. 

In Akkra : 
Cai'E Verdk Islands, Guinea, Prince's and St. Thomas' 
Islands, Angola, Anibriz, Bengiiela and Massanicdes 
and Congo, East .-Xfrica, Mozambicpie, and Lowrenyo 
Marques. Total population, 8,000,000; area, 702,040 
scpiare miles. 

In Asia : 

GoA, Pamao, Diu, Timor, cU:., Macao, etc. Total 
population, !>41,000; area, 0,020 stpiare miles. 

KxrrutiDc Power. -Portuguese colonies have no legis- 
latures or representation in the national cortes, like 
Spanish or French colonies, but their affairs are ad- 
ministered by governors, judtres, and other function- 
aries appointed by the king, and all laws are initiated 
and promulgated iiy the same authority. 



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Roumania(^Val1acliiaan<l Moldavia) coiiNtitiitional 
nioriinjh.v ; usiiiiiatud popiilutiuii, (),o(io,imki ; aroii, 48,- 
810 H(|imre luilL'x. 

RxKccTivK I'owKR.— I\iii;r, nidtd by »u extcntive 
cuiitioil. 

Lkuihi.ativk I'owkr anm> Iocai, (Jovkiinm nt.— I'lirlia- 
nioiit of two hoiisuH ; a setiatu of 12(1 iiiL'tiitii;i"s, eloctud 
lor ei),'ht years, by i-lot^tonil (•ollt';fc.s, uiiivL'rMitius Ixiiiii; 
roprcNLMitcd ; a ohamliur of IS.'i dupufit's elorti-d liy 
eluctoral uollutruH for four years. Tlie fraiK'hise ix very 
liberal and eiu'ciiriiiroH uiliit-ational ipiiilitlcati()ii!<. Moiii- 
bers are pai<l. Soiiators must be 40 yi'ars of ai?e ; dci)u- 
ties, '25. The districts or proviiices have a sysieui of 
local Koveruineiit fairly liberal. 

Russia, the empire of, al>s ■lute moiiarchv ; popala- 
tion 12!»,()(X),()(H); area, 8,l«lo,;{!».''i scpiaie miles. 

ExKcrnvK I'oWKK.- -Hereditary emperor (or ozar of 
all the Uussias), aided by a council of state, a 
ruliii)( senate, a holy synod and a coimnittce of min- 
isters, in wiiose han<ls arc entrusted the super- 
vision of all the secular and rclii:io\is affaii-s of the 
empire. All the work of jfovernmeiil is in the hands 
uf committees, cabinets or dcparlments. Bureaucracy 
is the essence of (government in the Kussias. 

I>K«IH1,ATIVK I'OWKft AND I.OCXI, <;()VKIINMK.Nr. - All 

legislative and administrative power is in the emperor 
and his councils. The empire is divi(le<l into viiie- 
royalties, (fovernments and'districrs, governed by |.rov- 
ernors-jjeneral, appointed and controlled directly i)y the 
emperor. Military K-overnors are established in some 
provinces. Centralized jfo^erriment rules in Russia. 
The only shadow of local self-;;overmnent is to be seen 
in the mil's or as.seml)lies of the connnunes or pnfishes 
of European Russia. These " mirs " elect certain 
officers for taxation an<l purely local puqioses, and are 
relics of old Aryan institutions which survived in the 
villa)fe assemblies of India and Oerniany, and ori^'inated 
the township uovernment of Kn<;land and New Kni;'land. 
In the provinces, towns and cities there are nuinicipal 
institutions, but almost exclusively controlled by the 
larjfe powers of the imperial authorities. 

Russian Dependencies, viz. : 

Bokhara, under control of Russia ; population, 2,600,- 
000 ; area. it2,00() sipiare miles. 

Executive Poirer. —Ameer, rulin;? by hereditary rijjht. 
A Rus.sian resident watches over Russian interests. 

FiNiiANi), isfrand <luchy ; population, 2,520,000 ; area, 
144,25.'> souare miles. 

Executive Power. — Governor-ffencral, appointed by 
and instructed by the secretary of state and four mem- 
bers of a council for the affairs of ['"inland ; a senate aids 
the (fovernment in administrative affairs. 

Legixltttine Power and Local Ooveniuient. — A nation- 
al parliament comi>oscd of four members, represeTitinj; 
the nobles, cler^.v, burj^^hers and peasants, severally 
called t0),'ether by the emj)cror every four or five years. 
Laws are prepared by the (council at St. Veff rsburir, aTid 
disousse*! by the parliament. The emperor has a veto. 

KiiiVA, under control of Russia ; population, 750,- 
000 ; area. 22,340 sipiare miles. 
Executioe Poivr. — Khan, rulimf by hereditary right. 



Port Ahthi'r ANn Ta-Likn-Wan. This rearion was 
leased to Russia by China under an aureenient siiri\ed 
March 27th, 18!)8. TIte entire control is vested in a 
Russian officer. 

Salvador, republic ; estimated population, 8(tO,000 ; 
area, 7,225 scpiare miles. 

ExKCi'TivR PowRR.— Presirlent, elected for four years 
by universal suffra'jfc and aided i)y a niinisfry. 

"Lr«isi,ativk Powkr AN'i) Locai, Govrrsmrst. — Simrle 
chamber, or national congress of 70 deputies, elected for 
one year by universal suffrii^e. 

Samoa Islands. indepe?idcnt ; popalation, 35,000; 
area, 1,701 s(|uare miles. 

ExRci'TivR PowRR.— Chief, elected by the natives. 
Germany, Grvat Britain and the United States have 
guaranteed the independence of the islands. .Justice is 
administered in the interests of Europeans by a suprenie 
court. Apia has a form of local government and is the 
capital. 



Santo Domlngro (part of llavti), republic ; popula- 
tion, tilii.(HHi; area, 1«,045 square miles. 

EvKciTivK Powkr. President ekcted for four years 
b\ universal HulTra;.'e and aided by a ministry. The 
provinces and districts are administered by go'vernorH 
appointed bv the presitient. 

I.KoisLArivK Powkr ami I.ocai.Govkrnmbnt.— National 
conirress of 22 members, electe<l for two years on a 
limited franchise. In the oomnuinos there are councils 
elected by the ratepayers, for nuinicipal ]iurpo8es. 

Servia, constitutional monarchy; population, 2,312,- 
0(K»; area, lO.KHi square miles. 

ExKci rivK Powkr. Hereditary prince, now a king, 
aided by a responsible ministry. 

i.iK(iisi,ATivK Powkr ash Local Oovkrsmkst. —National 
assembly (narodna skupshtina) of two houses ; a senate 
of eight members, four appointed by the king, and four 
elected by the assembly, which is composed of deputies 
elected for three years indirectly by the taxpayers. A 
certain number of deputies must be university men. 
I)e|)Uties arc jiaid. The constitution is in process of 
radical changes. The kingdom is divided into counties, 
districts and munici|)alities, which have representative 
assemJMies for administrative purposes. 

_ Siam (Thai) and depeiKlencies of Kedah, Patani, 
Kelantan, etc.; absolute monarchy ; estimated popula- 
tion, 8,(t(H),(MKi ; area, 2(K),(Kt() square miles. 

Exkci'tivk Powkr. — Hereditary king, aided by a coun- 
cil (senabodi) from which the king has formed a cabinet. 

Lk(hni,ativk Powkr and Local Oovkrnmrnt. — All 
legislative power is in king and council. The kingdom 
is divided into proviiutes or districts administered by 
governors appointed by the king. 



Soudan (Egyptian), or Darfur, Kordofan, Nubia 
(upper and lower), Tenba, and region about Strait of 
Bab-el-Mandeb ; population about 12,(K)0,000 ; area, 
1,000,(HH1 square miles. 

ExKCfTiVK Powkr.— These countries are now in a 
transition stage, and under the intluunce of the English 
or Italifin-i, or iiK^Iuded within Egyi>t. It is impossible 
to give an exact account of its government. Since 
the Brill 11 victory at the battle of Omdurman, a large 
liortion of the Soudan has been brought under British 
rule. 

South Aft-ican Republic. (See Transvaal.) 

Spain, constitutional kingdom: population in 1887, 
17,f)(55,C32 : area, 197,670 square miles. 

ExKciTivK Powkr.— Hereditary king, with powers 
limited by the constitution of 1870, aided by responsible 
ministers, nine in number. 

Lkoislativk Powkr and Local Govkrnment.— Parlia- 
ment (cortes) of two houses; a senate composed of 
three clas.ses (1) SO senators by their own right, princes, 
grandees, captains-general, archbishops, admirals, 
jn<lgcs of the courts, patriarchs of the Indies, presidents 
of tiie council of state ; (2) 100 life senators appointed 
by the crown ; (.i) 180 elected lor five years by the com- 
munal and provincial states, clergy, universities, aca- 
demies and largest taxpayers, one-half of the number 
being renewed every five years : a ■ ongress of 431 mem- 
bers elected on a very liberal franchise based on land, 
income, educational, professionil and public services, 
j The principle of the representation of mmorities is ob- 
I served in large constituencies. The cortes meet annually 
and the congress is elected for five years. The king has 
i the power of summoning or dissolving the congress and 
j the elected part of the senate. The senate is a court of 
I impeachment when (charges are laid against ministers by 
I the congress. In the provinces and communes of Spain 
there is a representative system of local government. 

Spanish Colonies and Dependencies— 
In Asia : 
Si'LC Island; i>o]mlation, 7."i,000 ; Caroline Island 
and Palaos; population, 30,000; Marianne Islands ; 
population, 10,172. 
Kx'cutirc Power. — Governor-geu' ral and a captain- 
general. The provinces are un<ler lieutenant-governor, 
.\lcaldes or commaiKlants. 



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In AKituA : 
AiiKAit AMI Uio |>K ()i«i ; |>(i|iiilati(iii, |(H),(HMJ. Ifiii; 
|i(i|iul,tiiiiii, (l.iHtii. I'Vriiudd I'll, t'ti'., AiiiKilioii, 
(Jdi'iscii, KIdIion , Sim •liiaii : )ii>|iiilatinri, M'J.lMil); 
toliil area ill Africa •J4;{,.h.sii si|iiarc miles. 
Kjtt'ciiliiv I'liinr. SulioiiliiiaU* to ilu- ^foveriiincnt <>( 
tho Coiiary Ulaiidtt. 

Sweden and Norway; fi'ilnal or coiisiltutinnal 
inonarcliii'ul ;,'(iM'rmiit'nl. Swi'dcii ; |iii|mlati()ii, :.,(mmi,- 
(HMi; arua, I7l',!s7(1 s<|iiart' iiiili'M. Ndiwa.v ; |i<i|iuiatii)ii, 
•i,liH»,(Hio; ari-a, l-i4,44fi Hjiiaii- iiiilcs, 

KxKcnix K I'dWKK. The uiiiliMl kiiiif'I'niiH aiv iiiiiliT 
till! kiiiffof SvvL'deii, now a hi'i'rditary Moveri'iun, th<iii;rli 
uach kiiiKdoiii iiiaiiilaiiis its N('|iarate ^'omtiiiiuiiI uikI 
laws. The diuls of llu' two comitrii'S are to ilinosi' a 
Hiiccessor to the (hi'oiie in ease of a faihiriMif reyiilar 
Bilceessioii : and should Ihe.v not a^ree mi ii siiitalile 
person, the choice is made liv Swedish and Norwe(,'ian 
clepntifs. The ctimmon affairs of the iinited kiiinilnnis 
are considered liy the kin;;, with the assisliince of a 
eouncil of slate, c(iiii)u)Hed of Swedish and Norwe^fian 
ministers. 

LKdlHl.ATIVK I'oWKlt ANt) I.OCAI, (!o\K[lNMKNT.- 1. Ill 

Sweden there is a council of slate of loiiiemlicrs ; a diet 
or iiarlianient of two houses ; an upper or first house of 
LMl meinliers elected h.v ju'ov inces and tortii corpora- 
tions for nine .years ; a lower or second I'hanitier of 'I'Ml 
nieiiiliers, elected liv residents of rural districts and 
towns for three years on a franchise liased on iiriiperly 
and income. .Meiiiliers of the second chamlier are uloiiu 
paid. The liallot is in use. 

"i. In Norway there is a comieil of stale to advise the 
kinj;. and a storthiiiy:, or (,'reat court, of US meinliers 
elected for three .\ears on a fraiu'hise hased on properly 
and income, or ptililic ser\ice. The system of elietioii 
is indirect. The people elect certain depulies every 
three \ ears, these latter avsemlih' anil choose there- 
lire-seiiiatives to the storlhiny:. The storlhinn', when 
elected and asseinliled for Imsiiiess, is divided into two 
houses, the "laifthiiiy," or one foui'lh of the storlhiii'^'. 
and he "odelsthiii;;" or rii' lining inemliers ot the 
Btortl.inir. The odelslhin^ has the wliole rii,dit to in- 
Bpect and consider piililic aci'ounts. All new laws are 
initiated in the lower house, ".iid are accejited or re- 
jected liy the layfthini;'. If the , .\o houses do not auree, 
the.\ assemlile in joiiil session, and a majority of two- 
thirds decide. Meinliers are iiaid. 

;t. A system of local i;d\eriiment exists in holh Nor- 
way and Sweden, and the representative principle 
prevails to a modified extent. 

Switzerland, federal reimhlie ; population, 3,000,- 
Olllt; area, iri,!l"(i sipiare miles. 

KxKci TlVK I'oWKIl. -The supreme execuli\e and leifis- 
lative jiower is in a parliament called, when united in 
joint session, the liundes-versammlunjcor feder.il assem- 
bly, comjiosed of t«o houses, a siaiiderath or state 
council of 44 memhcrs, or two chosen and ]iaid hv each 
eniilon ; a nalionahiilh or national couiu^il of 147 repro 
setitatives elected liy direct *ote every three years and 
paid out of the federal funds. The federal assemlily 
elects president and vice-president one year and a 
liiinilesratli or federal coiUK'il for three years. .Mem- 
bers of the council can sit and ileliate hut not vote in 
the two chambers. 

i KOISI.ATIVK I'oWKIl AN'II LoCAI. OoVKllXMKNT. — The 

principles of iiiilialiiif; measures by popular vote (the 
initiative), anil of sulimittiiiK- a('ts t:i direct vute (the 
" referendum ") are in force in this re))ublic The Icijis- 
lative powers of the nation are set forth in the (v.nsti- 
tution. Kach of the cantons lias a system of local 
(rovermiient based on the fullest |i(issiliie expression of 
the pojnilar will. !,eyislative assemblies and executive 
councils exist, and in a few cant' 'lis there ar(> laiids- 
ffemeindon or .assemblies of the male citizens for the 
purpose of makiiijf laws and ap)ioinliiiif their adminis- 
trators. The "initiative" and "referendum" also 
exi t to a considerable extent. Tho cantons or states 
are sovereiijii and onlv limited bv the constitution. 



Transvaal, or South African republic; white popu- 
lation, 21.'), 0(1" ; area, Iti),!;*!) Mpiare miles. Swaziland ; 
population, tl"2,0i(l; area, l(),iriO scpiare miles. 

K.XKCiriVK I'owKR. -I'resideiit, elected for five years 
by "first-class bur^'hers" or residents before May 2'.), 



Ih7l), aided by a council, appointed anil elected. Kun- 
land has a restricted su/eraint\ over this reiiiiblic, and 
is reiii'esented by a diplomatic anenl. The kinit of 
Swaziland is now subject to Transvaal rule. 

I.KOISI.ATIVl; I'nWKU AXn I.IHM. (ioVKIINMKXT. I'lirlia- 

iiient of two houses of 24 members each, chosen for four 
years \i\ classes of biir;jhern. Hills must be passed by 
both chainbeis. 

Turkey, absolute monarchy ; population, about 
40.000,1X111; area, I,.'i7ii,ti77 sipiare iiiiles(inchidinKSamos, 
K;(.\ pt and other dt:pendeiicies). Turkey in ICiirope hiiM 
a population of ri,7ll,oOo, and an area of ti^.'JOO siiuare 
miles. 

KxKciTiVK I'oWKIl. -Hereditary sultan, whose execu- 
tive and leu'islative authority is only limited by the 
precepts of .Mahomel. Tlie sultan is aided by a sadr- 
azam (u-raiid-vixicr), and a slieik-iil-islain, who are 
respectively at the liead of temimral and spiritual 
affairs under the direction of thi^ sultan. 

1,K(HM1,AT1VK I'lnVKll AMI l,(l(AI, (ioVKKN.MKXT.- The 

people have no lejrislative or popular assemblies or 
councils. Till whole country is divided into ifovern- 
ments, appointed by and mibjecl to the decrees of the 
sultan. 

Iti'LoAitiA, principality, under the suzerainty of 

Turkey ; popiilati .'!]:iO!),Sl() ; area, :<7,S(iO sipiare 

miles. This slate includes eastern Kouinelia. 

Kxi'culirc /'(/(('('('.-The iiresenl prince was electe«l in 
1887 by the national assembly, but the title is heredi- 
tary. The prince is aided by aeouncilof eijflit ministers, 

Lc'i'inhxlifi' I'liiirr anil l.nfiil (iiivi'iiiiin'nt. --ii\Ui;le 
house, called the national assembly, elected by manhood 
sufTratfc for five years. .Members are paid. 



Sa.mos, Isi,axii ok, priiiciiiiility and (|e|)' ndency of Tur- 
key ; population, alioul .10,(100 ; area ^:1'J sipiare miles. 

Kxi'iiiliiY I'liwef. — Nizier or musbir of Ttirkey, ap- 
pointed by tlie sidt.'tn, and aifled by a council of four 
Greeks. 

l-ldViT, under the nominal suzerainty of the sultan; 
poniilatioii, 0,iS17,2(i.'i ; area. 4(H),0(I0 sipiare miles. 

kxi'ciilirc l'iiiv(T.~\ hereditary kliedive, aided by a 
council of six ministers. He has also the benefit of the 
aih ice of an Knjilish financial adviser appointed by liim- 
self, and « ho.se consent is neces.sary to every decision 
on tiiiancial matters. He can sit on the council thou),'h 
not a ineiiiber of the executive. Kiiglish iiitiueiice |>re- 
vails in ailininist ration. 

Ijciiinhitiir I'liiver ami Ltictil lUivi'mnient. — The khe- 

dive has iiroinulnated a constitution intended to jjive 

the )>eople a share in lej;islafion, but so far it is prauii- 

i cally nui,'alory. Kffypt is divided into >,'overnorshi|is of 

I towns and (irovinces witli extensive powers, but all 

j under the control of the khedive and executive. 

United States of America, federal republic : 
population in 1>!I0, (y,.s3o,(i21, including; Alaska; area, 
;{,.''iO ,()(M) s(|uaie miles. 

KxKcrrivK PoWKit. President, elected for four years 
under tli'- const it in ion by elect oral collesres in each state 
ecpial to the whole nuinber of its senators and reiu'esen- 
tatives ineonjfress ; but practically the elei'tion is by the 
direct vote of I lie people. Kach jiolitical party nomi- 
nates a set of electors on a presideiital ticket and the 
ptople vole directly for them. I'lider the constitution 
the electors meet in each state on a particular day and 
invariably cast tlieir votes in accordance with the result 
of the election. There is also a vice-president elected 
by tlie same political method. The president is head of 
the executive, and has a veto over the legislation of eon- 
!,'ress, but it can bo overridden by a two-thirds majority 
in each house. He is aided by a cabinet of ei^lit secre- 
taries of state and heads of departments, appointed liy 
himself with the ajiin-oval of the senate, hut having'- no 
>eats in or resiioiisibility toconjjress. In case of <leath, 
resi}f nation or disability of the jiresident, the vice-presi- 
dent succeeds, and after the latter, the secretary of state 
or other members of cabinet in order of seniority until a 
new presiileiit is ajipoiiited or the disability is removed. 
Klections for iiresidont and vice-presiilcnt take i)la(;e 
on tho Tuesday following the first Monday in November 
every leap year, and they take otfl<;e on the 4th March 
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I.KOIHI.ATIVK I'oWKft AMI LlKAb OoVKRS.MKNT. —('oil- 

jjri'ss of two hoiiML'H ; a Meiidtc of iMi iiieinlii'rH, or two 
from ouch «lat«', chosi'ii li.v the luifiHluluruH for hIx yt'iirn; 
a lioiisu of Hfi" ro|>ri'soiiluti\Ls cliM'tiMl every hlm^oikI .vear 
liv thf oli'i'lorH of the statoH in iici'orilaiii'i' with ihuir re- 
Mlifciivuek'i'tioii laws; universal HUtTrai;e lliiiiled in a few- 
(!ases hy residence, educational tests, re;fiHtration and 
|iaynient, of taxes. Senators nuisl he Hit years of aife, 
(iitizens for nine years, and residents of the sluies whicli 
elect them. Kepresenfatives must healiout li.'i years of 
aife, citizens for seven years, and residents of the states 
in which they are elected. The senate has the power of 
ap|)r(>viiii; or rejei;tin|k; the hi^'hcr ap)iointinerits and 
IreatieH made liy the president, and of aetinif as u court 
of impeachment for the president, Judj^csof the supreme 
court, and other liitfh functionaries. It can also amend 
hills for raising; revenue, which alone can ori^'inate in 
the house of representatives. The \ ice-president is i-x 
ulllfli) presi(h-nt of the senate, which may also u|ipoint a 
temporary [iresident. The s)ieaker of the hoiiM> is 
elected liy its members. Members of hoth houses re- 
ceive .^.').(H)I) and truvelliiij,' expenses every year. The 
territories are rejiresented hy one electe("l delegate 
in each cise, who cannot \ote in the house. The lejfis- 
lative jiowers of theconj^ress are enumerated in thecon- 
Htiliition. The supreme court of the I'nited States can 
hear and determine issues of laws as to the interpretation 
of the constitution and may declare the acts of coinfress 
unconstitutional or iiitin n'ri's, iis the case may he. The 
federal .judjfcs are appointed hy the president with the 
approval of the senate. A permanent civil service iH 
heiiiK gradually hiiilt up, and removals from oltlce in 
the case of otilcials, not political in their nature, are very 
much less frecpient of late years with the extension of 
civil service rules to all departmentx. 

United States, federation of the : 

Alabama; pop. in ISIMI, 1, . 51:^,017 ; area, ril,,'')40 sq. m. 

AltKAXSAS ; pop., 1 V.:y,17i>; area, .').'{,(I4.') sq. ni. 

CAt.li-ouNiA ; pop., l,-Ju8,l;Jll; area, l.^.'^ttSO sq. m. 

CoiiOiiAiio ; pop., 41'2,1!>S; area, l<)3,(i4.'>s(|. m. 

C'oxNKCTlci T ; pop., 74(i,2ri.S ; area, 4,84.'( stj. m. 

Dklawark ; pop., 10S,4!i;}; area, 1,!)(I0 sq. m. 

FliOlUDA; pop., ;{!tl,422 ; area, 54,141) sq. m. 

Ukokoia ; i>op., 1,8;{7, ;>.'):( ; area, .'i8,!t80 .S(i. m. 

Idaho; pop., ,s4,.'wri; area, 84,'i"J<l sq. ni. 

Illinois ; jiop., :i,82(i,35V ; area, .lO.OdO sq. m. 

Indiana ; i>0|>., •i,lS>'i,4(i» ; area, :;.'i.iilo sq. m. 

Iowa ; poj)., l,V»ll,8l)<) ; area, .')i,47r) 8(|. in. 

Kansas; pop., l,4-.i7,(iiMi ; area, 8l,70tis(|. in. 

Kknti I'KV ; pop., 1,858,c;i.'i ; area, 40,0(10 sq. in. 

LofisiANA; iiop., I,118,.'i87; area, 4r),420s(i. in. 

Maink; \hi\)., (j(il,08(i; area, •2!),8!»."> .s(|. m. 

Maryland ; pop., l,042,.'«»o ; area, 0,800 s(i. m. 

MASSAClirsKiTs ; pop.. 2,2;{8,!)4;t ; area, 8,040 sq. m. 

MiciiioAN ; pop., i.OO.j.SSit ; area, .17,430 sq. in. 

MlNSKSoTA ; 1,;J01,82() ; area, 7!),:J0.5 s(\. m. 

Mis.sissiPl'i ; pop., l,'i89,»l(M»; area, 4(),4;iO s(|. m. 

MissoiRi ; pop., •2,()70,184 ; area, 08,731 s(|. in. 

Montana ; jioj)., rK,!.")',) ; area, 14.'i,310 sq.m. 

Nkhraska ; pop., l.OfiS.DlO ; area, 70.840 sq. ni. 

Nkvaha ; po))., 4.5,7<il ; area, 10!), 740 s(i. m. 

N'kw llAMrsiiiHK ; pop., 370, .WO ; area, 0,00.5 si], in. 

Nkw .Ikhsky; pop.. I,444,',);i3 ; area, 7,4'p.i S(|. m. 

Nkw York ; puit., .'),!)i)7,8.')3 ; area, 47,"2tiOs(i. in. 

North Carolin \ ; pop., 1,iil7,!l47; area, 48,.'>SO s(|. m. 

North Dakota; pop., 182,710; area, 70,00.'i 8i|. in. 

Onto ; pop., 3,07"_',31(j ; area, 40,7tiO s(| m. 

Orkoon ; po))., 313,707 ; area. i)4,.')(iO sq. in. 

Pknnsvlvania ; iioj)., .'i,2.')8,014 ; area, 44,08ri .s(i. ni. 

RllODK Island ; i>op., 34.'J,,')(J0 ; area, 1,08.") sq. m. 

Soi Til (Iarolina ; iio])., I,l.'i7,14i) ; area, 311,170 sq. ni. 

SorTil Dakota; po])., 328,808; area, 70.85ii sq. in. 

Tknnksskk; pop., 1,707, .518 ; area, 41.750 9<|. in. 

Tkxas; pop., 2,2:{5,.523; area, 202,290 s(|. ni. 

Utah ; pop., 207,70.5 , area, 82,1!)0, 

Vkr.mont ; pop., 332,422 ; area, i),1.3.5 sq. in. 

Viroinia; pop., 1,055,980 : area, 40,125 sc]. m. 

Wasiiinoton; pop., 349,340; area, 09,180 s(|. ni. 

Wkst Viroinia ; pop., 349,390; area, 24,045 s<|. m. 

Wisconsin ; pop., l.OSO 880 ; area. 54,450 st\. in. 

VVvoMiNo; pop., 00,705 ; area, 97,575 sq. in. 

Exfciithv l'ii>ri'r.—\u each st:ite there is a >rf ^''•■"or 
and a lieutenant-^rovernor and officers to administer the 
jrovernment. The irovernor and lieutenaiit-jfovernor 
are elected by the jieople for four years in followiiijf 



■tutcs: California, Delaware, Florida, (ieortfia, Illinois, 

Indiana, Kentucl<y, l.miisiana, Maryland, .Mississippi, 

Missouri, .Montana, Nevada, .N'orlh Carolina, <)rei;on, 

I'eniisN Ivania, NirKinia, Wasli'nKton, West \'ir^'inia, an(l 

WyoiniiiK'. In the following,' states I Id- term is three years: 

! New .lersey and .New York. In the followiiiu'. two years: 

I Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, 

I Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North 

j Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Soiitli Dakota, Teiines- 

' see, Texas, Vermont, Wisconsin. In the following;, the 

I term is one year: Connecticut, .Maine, .Massachusetts 

' and Rhode Island. All the (.'ovcrnors have the power 

I of veto over legislation except in Delaware, North 

Carolina, Ohio, Ithode Island. It requires a majority. 

j or two-thirds vole to over-ride the veto. The jjoveriio'r 

I is the head of the executive and has no responsible 

ministers in the Kni^lish or Canadian sense, hut *hv. 

' executive or administralive otiicers are u'enerally 

I elected. 

Lffli'Hlfilii'f I'liiri'r mill Lonil liitreminnit. -In all the 
forty-live states there is a lejrislatiiie of two houses; 
1 ai i|ipe>* house, generally called senate, and a house of 
I repi'esentativi's, both elected hy the people of the state. 
' In the followinj,' states the senate is elected for four 
; years, the house of reju'eseiitatives for two years, and 
I sessions are biennial, with the exception of the states 
mentioned: .Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, 
Delaware, Florida, (ieorjfia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, 
Kansa% Kentucky, Louisiana, .Maryland, Ml<sissi|<pi 
(annuiil), Missouri, Montana, Neviuia, .North Dakota, 
Oretfoii, Pennsylvania, .South Carolina (annual), Texas, 
Utah, Virifinia,WashiiiH:toii,West VirKiiiiaand Wyoininjf. 
In the following' states the term is for the senate two, for 
the house, two, and sessions biennial : Idaho, .Michiu'aii, 
Nebraska, New Ilampsliiie, Nurlb Carolina, Ohio, 
South Dakota, Tennessee, Verinont. In the followintf 
slates the term is one for both senate and house, and 
sessions annual : Connecticut, .Maine, .Massachusetts, 
Rhode Island. In Minnesota the term of the ^enate i* 
two years, of the house one, and .sessions annual. In 
New York the senate two, the house one, ami the sessions 
annual. In New Jersey the senate three, the house one, 
and the sessions annual. l!niversal siitfra};e is the rule, 
thoU]u:h Delaware has a tax (pialidcation in state senate 
elections. In some states Ihe )iaynieiit of a poll tax, 
illiteracy and residence enter into qnalillcaiions. In 
Colorado, Utah and Wyoming woiiun can vote. -Mem- 
bers of the le);islature are paid. All public! otHcials, 
state and municipal, are elected as a rule, but the 
tenilency in the older stales Is to have a permanent 
public service apart from political heads. In 31 states 
the judjfes are elected by the people; in five, by the 
le;fislature ; in eijfhr, appointe<l by the jroveriior, sub- 
ject to conformation by tlie leuislature or council. The 
Australian or Canadian ba'lot is now in force in 40 
states; nine have p.'i.s.se'l strinj,a'nt laws airainst corrupt 
l>ractices at elections, but they are i)raciically effective 
ill only two or three states. 

Throutrhout the union there is a very complete sys- 
teri of lowiishii>, couni.v, and city tfoverninent. Town- 
shiii local icoverninent i>revails in the .New Knirland 
states, the county is irenerally the unit in the south ; 
in the middle and north-western states there is a mixed 
system. In several of the western states women can 
vote and be electefl for municipal and school bodies. 
In .all cases councils are elective. In the larjjc cities 
there have been cases of trross corruption and inisman- 
ayenieiit. and the best nicthods of iinproviiif;- inunicip.'il 
({overnnient arc now at tract iiiif much serious attention. 

United States Territories : 

Alaska ; j>oi>., 32.052 ; area, 5;il,ooo sq. m. 
Ari/.<ina ; pop.. 207.495 ; area 112.920 sq. ni. 
Nkw Mkxico; ])op.. 153,593; area, 122,400. 
Oklahoma ; pop. 01.834; area ;w.830, 
Indian Tkrritorv ; i)oi».. ].S0,182 ; area, 31,iK)0. 

Kxffittiri' I'liirer. In the territories the «overnors 
and other otHcials, includinjr jud^res, are appointed for 
four years bv the i)resident of the United States. The 
lefjislatures (council and house of representatives) of 
th" 01%'anized territories of .Arizona, New Mexico, nkla- 
hoina, are elected for two years, but ttieir powers 
of IcKi.slation are lai^e, thouirb sii ject to federal restric- 
tions. In the other territories there are only jjfovernors 
and otHcials appointed by the president. 



112 



I'OKMS OF yoVKHNMKNT — tiUKKN ANU ROYAL KAMII.V. 



[1900 



I 



II' • 



Jl 



United StHteH Dependencies: 

Hawaiian or Saniiuhii Imi.vmih; |i()|iiiliiliiMi, |ii<),0'_>() 
(-^:t.(NMl whitt-K); ui'i'U, tl.tilo sc|tiiii'i' inilt'N. Tlir 
IhIuihIh now (onii II territiii'v of ihi' I'liiti'd Stuti'M, 
aii<l for iiiilitarv i)iir|ioHt'M uri' iiiiilrr the JiiriHtlictioii 
of (Julifornia. 

Ci'BA ; poitiiliitioii, 1,(1,'W,(M)((; art'ii, l.'i.s;-^ H<|iiurc 
mill's. Till' I'liilcd Siiifi's Weill lo \\;irwilli Spain 

for MiC iMill'pc'lllll'llci' of lIlIN Isl.Mnl, wIllTC illllTlll' 

ciiu' Mtrifi- pi'e\niU'il for .Mais, lo ilif iliHifracf of 
('hrisli'iiiloin. Spain was noon <li'i\t'ii from Iilt 
niicii'lil il('pcn(li'iii',\ , lull, its IndcpriKli'iK^*' lian not 
,V('t Ik'oii conrcdiMl liv l.hi' I'nilt il Slalfs, di'spilc ifH 
proft'MHioiis at tlic oiitNit, ami a Hlronj; wave of 
American sentiment will likel,\ ere l(iii(; forir its 
aiiiiuxation. 

Ol'A.M (liiulrones). Cedeil li,\ Spain to the I'niled 
Htatt'H in l»l)8. A coaling station for the I'.S. navy. 

I'lllMl'i'lNK lni \NJis. These islands wen? ceded li\ 
Siiain to tlie I'nited Stales on liecenilicr 11, I.h'.im. 
They are alioiit '-'.iiIKi in niiinlier. Total area, I l.''i,.'tiiO 
wpiare miles ; population, estiiniited, ,s,(I(KI,immi. No 
definite form of ifin ernment has yet heen «?stalilish- 
ed, as the natives steailiiy resist all the forces which 
the I'liilud States hoiiiI against them fo| llieir 
Hulijeclioii. 

i'oHTo Ulco. Ceded liy Spain to file I'liiled Stales on 
hecemher 11, 1,SI»>S. Area, .'t.lllMI sipiare miles ; popn- 
lation, 7!is,.'i(li). At )iresenl under military control. 



UrUfiTUay, repuMic ; eittiinated popiilatlnii in IHOri, 
^.Ml,iMHi; area, T'J,I lo sciuare miles, 

KxKci rivK I'oWKlt. I'lvsidenl, elected (or four yoaw, 
anil aided hy a council r)f lUe ininlMterN. 

I.KcMHI.ATIVK ToWKIl AND I.OCM, (loVKHSMKXT. - CoH- 

Kress of two hoiisei* ; a Heiittte of lit chosen hy an eleet- 
oral collei;e for si\ yearn, unc-third reliriiiir every two 
years ; a hoiist; of ill* representatives elected every three 
vears hy all male adults wlu. can read and write. 

Venezuela, rpinihlii'; population, alxnit 'J,.'I'_M,inh); 
area, ri'.t.'l,tl|;i sip miles, hut Knulaiid claims ahoiit ri>l,()<NI 
s(|. miles as forming part of llritish (iiii.'ina— a (|iieHtloti 
in dispute (or years, and now under urhitratioii. 

KxKciTivK TowKii. I'rcMidenl, chosen for two yearn, 
wiihoiil \elo power, an<! aided hy a responsihle inliiiH- 
try of si\ mi'iiihers, anil a federal council of III ineiii- 
hers. CoiiLrresH ainioiiits the council every two >uur8, 
and the latter choose the president. 

I.KOIHI,ATI\ K I'oWKU A.M> I.OCAI, tloVKRXMK.NT. - Con- 
^fi'ess of two housec ; a senate o( "J 4 niemhers or two 
ilected for each state Icirislaliire for (our years ; ahoiioe 
of fi'i representatives, elected hy direct vote (or (our 
years, 

WadaU* 'fill ral Soudan), and suhJectHtnteHof Kancin 
and Ifauirmi, ahsoliile monarchy ; estimated population, 
•i,7.')(i,iKK>; area, ;t(i2,iHM» scpiare' miles. 

KxKdTivK I'owKii. Sultan, aided hy acoimcil ((ashir). 
The country is divided into provinces, governed hy vice- 
roys. 

i.KOml.AIIVK I'OWK.K ASn (iOlAt (ioVKIIN.MKNT. -The 

koran or law is interpreted hy a council of iilenias or 
fakirs, as in all Mohammedan countries. 



m 



iii 




THE QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY. 



THE QUEEN.— Victoria, of the United Kinifdom of 
Oreat Britain and Ireland, (^ueeii, Defender of the Kaith, 
Empress of India. Her Majesty was horn at kensinj;- 
ton Palace, May 24, ISl'.t; succeeded to the throne June 
20, 1837, on the death of her uncle Kinij William IV.; was 
crowned .luiie 28, KS.XS ; and inarriecl Keh. in, 1S40, to 
hia late Royal Hi«hiic.ss I'rince .Mhert, riiisiK C!on- 
BORT, who was born August 2(1, LSlll, and die<l Hecem- 
ber 14, 18()1. Her Majesty is the only child of his 
late Royal Hi>rhness Kdward, Duke of Kent, son of 
Kintf (Jeorife HI. The children of Her Majesty are - 

Her Imperial Majesty Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, 
Princksh Royai,, Kinpress Frederick of Germany, horn 
Nov. 21, 1840, an<l married .'an. ir>, l.S.")8, to t'l-rdfiirk. 
Crown I'rince of Prussia, afterwards (^ial•ch to June, 
1888) second Ucrman Kinperor, who died .lime 15, 1888, 
and has issue four sons (two dei;eas(Ml), the eldest VVil- 
liani, the present 'lermaii Kinperor, aiul four daiin'iters. 

His Royal Highness All-ert Kdward, I'rinck ok \Vai,k.8, 
born Nov. i), 1841 ; married March 10, 18<!:!, Alexandra 
of Denmark (Princess of Wales), horn Dec. 1, 1844, and 
has issue, Alhi-rt Victor, Duke of Clarence and 
Avondale, horn Jan. 8, 1804, died Jan. 14, 18i)2 ; 
Geortfe Frederick Krnest Albert, Duke of York, born 
June ;{, 18t!,=), married July (i, 18l).'i, to Princess Victoria 
Mary (Mayl of Teck, and has i.ssue a son Kdward A. C. 
G. A. P. D., hiirn June 2:i, 18!)4, the third in <lirect lino 
of succession to the throne, Albert F. A. (1., born Dec. 
14, ISi)."), and Victoria .Alexandra Alice Mary, born April 
25, 1897 ; Louisa Victoria Alexandra Da^rmar, born 
Feb. 20, 1867, married .Inly 27. 188!). to Ale-:u.:der, Duke 
of Fife ; Victoria Alexandra Olya Mary bom July ti, 
18«8 ; Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria," born Nov." 2(), 
1869, married July 22, 1800, to Prince Charles, second 
son of Crown Prince of Denmark ; and Alexander, born 
April 6, died April 7, 1871. 



Her Royal IIi;;hness Alice, Maud Marji,horn April 25, 
184;{, married July I, 1862, to Prince Frederick Louis of 
Hesse (afterwards Louis IV., Grand Duke of Hesse), and 
died, December 14, 1878; having; had issue two sons, one 
the present Grand Duke of Hesse, and one ac(;ldentally 
killed, also five daughters (one dec.ea.sed), one of whom 
married Nov. 2(t, 1804, the Czar of Russia, Nicholas II. 

His Royal Hi;;hness Alfred Krnest Albert, Duke of 
Kdinburgh, born .\uj{. 6, 1844, succeeded his uncle, the 
elder brother of Prince Albert, as Duke of Saxe-Cobour«- 
Ootha, An;;. 2;!, 18IKi, married Her Imperial IliRhnessthe 
Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, Jan. ^3. 1874, and has 
issue Alfi-i'il, born Oct 15, 1874, die<l Feb. 6, 1899, and 
four dauifhters. 

Her Royal Hi^'hness Helena Au^'usta Victoria, born 
May 2.'>, 1840 ; married to II. R. H. Prince Frederick 
Christian (Jharles .Vuu'ustus of Schleswisf-IIolstein-Son- 
derburK-AusfUstenbuiv, July 5, 1800, and has issue three 
sons, one of whom die<l an infant, and two daujjhters. 

Her Royal Hi^'hness Louise Caroline Alberta, born 
March 18," 1848 ; married March 21, 1871, to the Marquis 
of Lome, eldest son of the Duke of Argyll. 

His Royal Hiji'hness Arthur William Patrick Albert, 
Duke of ConnauKht, born May 1, 18.50 ; married March 
13, 1879, to Princess Louise Martjaret, daughter of the 
late Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, and has issue 
one son and two daughters. 

His Royal Highness Lmmld Geonje Duncan Albert, 
Duke of Albany, bom April 7, 18.5;', ; married April 27, 
1882, to Princess Helen of Waldeck, and died March 28, 
1884, havin^r had issue one son, now Diike of Albany, 
and one dauiihter. 

Her Royal Hi^^hness Beatrice Mary Victc'ia Feodora, 
bom April 14, 1857; married July 23, 1885, to Prince 
llenrji of Hatteiibur;f, who died Jan. 20, 1896; and 
has issue three sons and one dautfhter. 



On Sept. 23rd, 1896, Queen Victoria had reigned longer than any other English Sovereign, and 
on June 20, 1899, Her Majesty entered on the sixty-third year of her reign. 



1000] 



TITLED (JANADIANS. 



113 



TITLED CANADIANS. 



CharleH t'olnmru Orant, Karon de LoiikuimiII. 



PEERAGE. 

HiiHan Airneit, BiironvHi* Murdotiiild nf KnriiHi-lifTc. 

Hir Ot'or^c Sli'))hcM, llnrnii Mount Hlcphcn.'' 

William, liitron ili- Illai|iii6rp. 

Sir iJonald Alexamli-r Mniith, O.CM.ii.. Huron Siriitli- 

cona and Mount Koyal, " 
•Sir Arthur L. Ilalihurton, Miiron llalilnirton, O.C.II. ' 
Sir UdolphuM Aylnicr, Huron A.vlnicr, Hart. 



SirW. <i..IoiniHon. 
Sir MflvilU' I'arki-r, 
Sir V. A. ItobiuHon. 
Sir VVillinni Uose. 



BARONETS. 

HirChnrlcM J. Stuari. 
MirCharli'sTuiijxr, 
U.(!,M.().,C'.U.t 

O.C.NI.G. 



K.C.M.O. 



Sir .lohn (t. Hourinnt. 
Sir Mackcn/.ic Howell, f 
Sir .lohn Curlini;. \ 
Sir .1. I'. II. AdolplifCaron.t 
Sir Louis II. DavicM.t 
Sir Sanilforil KU'Uiinir. 
Sir .laini'N A. (Irant. 
SirW. P. llowlanil.C.H.t 



HirOi'o. A. Klrkpatrii'k.t 
SlrIIc(lorl,.l,uni{fvin.('.H. 
Sir Henri (!. .lol> de 

LotMni^re.t 
.Sir Charles .\. l>. IVIIeiierl 
Sir .?. W. Trntrh. 
Sir ChuH. Ilihherl Tupper. t 
Sir W. ( '. Nun Home (ilon'.v \ 



KNIGHTS BACHEUORS. 



Sir Ili(!hard .1. Cor»\vri)^hl.t Sir Wilfrid Laurier.t 
Hir Oliver Mowat.t 



Sir .lohn A. Ho.\d.; 
Sir Roderiek W. Cameron. 
Sir I.ouirt K. N. Casaiill. { 
.Sir H. H. I'. Create.! 
SirW. .1. Dawson, CM. O. 
Sir Kohert <iilleHpic. 
Sir. I. II. Ila);art.v.i 
Sir W. II. HinirMton. 



Sir Alexander liacoslo. { 
Sir .lames M. Le Moine, 
SirW. C. Mehonald. 
SirW. U. Meredith.: 
Sir Krank Smith. t 
Sir .Samuel II. Stronjr.} 
Sir Melbourne M.Tait.J 
SlrT. W. Taylor, t 



In the foreifoinjr Hut the asforisk denotes nicniherH of 
the KiiKlish llfiUMe of Lords entitled to the deHiK'nalion 
of " \i\iiM Honourahle." Harons Aylmer and de niai|ui- 
6re are of the peerajfe of Ireland and nut riienilierH of 
the lloUHe of Lords. Sir Wilfrid l.aurier is also HiKdit 
Honourulile hy rit,'ht of speci.il appointment to the 
Knt'lish I'rivy Council. The title of Huron de l.on^ueuil 
is a (creation of Louis .\IV., KiiiK of Kranee, so far hack 
as 1700, nnil has lieon duly rei'ojfnized hy the (^ucen. 



COMPANIONAGE. 

We (five below a list of Canadians who are at jiresent 
Companions of the orders of Kniu'lithood Hath and St. 
Michael and St. (Jeortfe— of which the Kniyhts, as shown 
above, take precedence of the Knights Hachelors. 



Members of the Canadian I'rivy Council are desijrnated 
above hy a t and have also the title of Ilotiourable. 
.IikIkps are clistinKuishe<l liy a { and are also by courtesy 
or custom Honourable. The Kniflisb practice is to i;ive 
the title of Kni^dit Hachelor to mendiers of the .ludicial 
bench. Sir Samuel Strong', Chief .histiceof the Sujiremo 
Court of Canada, is the ('anadian representative on the 
.ludicial Committee of the I'rivy Coinieil, and cense- 
ipiently Ri;;'ht Honourable. 



Cameron, MajorOen. 1>. It. , 

C.M.G. 
Colnier, .L 0.,C.M.(;. 
Courtney,.!. M., C.M.G. 
Dartnell, CoI..I.(J.,C.M.G. 
Dawson, Dr. O. M.,C.M.O. 



r)e Boucherville. SenalorC. 

K. H.,r.M.r,. 
Elliot, Major II. fi., C.M.G. 
Kabre, llec^or, ('..M.(i. 
Fletcher. LI. -Col. .1., 

C.M.G. 



Frechette Louis IL, C.M.G , 
Oowan, Senator .1. It., 

C.M.G. 
(iritliii, W. II., C.M.t!. 
.larvis, Major-Gen. I'. S. .1., 

c.M.t;. 

Keefer, T. C., CM. (J. 
Macdmiirall, . I. Lorn. C.M.G 
McDouyall, Hon. W., t;.|l. 

(Civil) 
M(!Kachran, LI. -Col. A., 

C.M.G. 



Milne, A. H., CM.(}. 
I'arkin, Dr. G. U., C.M.G. 
Keade, Surj,'eon-General .1. 

B. C.C.H. (Mil.) 
Robinson, Major-Gen. C. 

W..C.H. (Mil.) 
Sciireiber, Collinjfwood, 

(^M.G. 
Selwyn, A. U. C, C.M.G. 
Vansitlart, Vice-Adniiral K. 

W., C.M.G. 
White. i.t.-Col.W., C.M.G 



The < >nler of Haronets, the lowest hereditary rank, was 
instituted in Kill; a Baronet is <lesij;iuited "Sir .lohn 
Smith, Baronet" - usu.aliy written Hart. Taking preced- 
ence of Haronets are nienil)ers of Tlie .Most Honourable 
Privy Council, who are a<ldressed " Hijjht Honourable." 

The Order of the Hath, instituted in l.'!i)l», and reviveil 
in 172.'i, is divided into three classes Knifjlits (irand 
Cross, G.C.B. ; Kni^rhts Commanders, K.C. H.; and Com- 
panions, C.H. 

The Order of St. Michael and St. George, instituted in 
1818, has also three clas8es--G. C.M.G., K.CM.i!., ond 
C.M.G. 

In .ill Orders of Knighthooti the Knights Grand Cross 
and the Knights Commanders have the prefix "Sir" 
8 



with the initials oLJheir class following the name. 
Companions bear no title, hut have the letters C.H. or 
C.M.G., as the case may he, attach) d to their names. 

Knights Hacheloi'vi are gentlemen -vvlio h.ive received 
the honour of Knighthood, .and are entitled to the prefix 
"Sir." 

The .Speaker of the British House of Connnons takes 
preceden<'e of every person who is not a I'eer. 

It follows that members of any order of Knighthood 
may lie entitle<l to several prefl.xes and affixes, as : Field 
Marshixl The Ut. Hon. Lord Roberts of Kandahar, K.I'., 
(J.C.B., G.C.S I., G.C.I. K., U.C. ; The Rt. lion. .Sir 
Wilfrifi Laurier, O. C.M.G.; The Hon, Sir C. Tupper, 
Bart, G.C.M.Q., C.B. 



I 







PABI.IAMKNT Bl'ILUINUM, OrrAWA. 



Prhtif 



TIIK lAHlNKT. 

(MiiiiHtry foniicd lUtli July, ISiKI.) 
Mini^ii'i- Thu IliK'lit H""- ^'^^ Wilfrid 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Poimlatlori 18!)1, 4,8'iii,411. 
Skat ok Govkrnmknt— Ottawa. 

CUrk of the Cniii'u iih Chniicerii 



G.l'.M.Ci., I'.C, I'li'sideiit of llif 



OiH'cu's I'rivv ('oimcil ijiS.OiM) 

Minintero(T)-a<li' and (Utmineirf, lion. Hir Itichiird 



-,(H)() 
7,<MI0 
7,0(11) 



.1. Ciirtwritflil, (J.C.M.d. 
Secretnni of Stat>' -\hn\. Kiclmrd Williimi Si'ott. . 

Minister nf ./uHtirr—llow. I)a\id Milln, l^C 

Ministi-r of Marine ami Flslierien -Hon, Sir 

LouiHlleiirv Diivics. K.C.M.C 7,000 

Mininter of Militia and Defenre— Won. Kredt'riok 

William' Borden 7,(»iM) 

PoKtinai r tieni-ral lloii. William Midock, C^.C. 7,<HIU 
Mininti-i f Aiirit'.iiltari' Hoii. Sydney Arthur 

Kishe. ... .: 7,000 

Minister of Puldir iro/-fr«— Hon. Joseph Israel 

Tarte "•"**" 

Without I'ortfolio lion. Kii'liard Keid iJobell 

Mininter of Finanri—XUiw. Wni. Stevens Kieldint? 7,000 
Minister of liailn'ons and Canalx -llciu. Andrew 

r.eornc Blair 7,(i00 

Mininler of the Interior ami Sapt. (,'enernl oj 

Indian Affaira Hon. Clifford Siftoii 7,000 

MiniKterof'CantiDna—Woit. William I'aterson 7,000 

Minintfr of Inland lieeenue - Hon. Sir Henri 

Jolv de Lotliinierc, K.C.M.(i 7,00(1 

Without I'ortfolio Hon. .lanieM Sutherland 

Clerk of the (Jueen'K I'ririi Coo neil— John Joaejih 

McCiee, Ks(|uire 

Members of IJahinet in addition to rejfular 
salary receive .<!il,(t00 sessional allowance. 



Snniiiel K. 8t. 

Olilfe Chaiiliau. 
Fn-xt Claxn ClerkH- !•'. K. Bennetts, S. I.elievre. . 
Ih'liiitii Clerk of the Crown in C/in /iff ci/— James 

(J. Foley... ..' 

flillli Com ininKioner fur Canada in London Lord 

Stratheona and .Mount Koyal 

Seeretan) Canadian <io»t. Office in London — 
.losei)h(J. Colnier, (".M.Q 

i■lJ^AM^ .%'eretarji and Areoiintant—A. Reynolds. 

.MKMIIKIIS OK TIIK (JI'KKN's I'RIVY C'OISCIL KOR CANADA 
NOT OK TIIK CAIIISKT. 

Mfinlierf of the I'rivii Conneil are stilled llunonrable 
for life. ' 



Not in the Caliinet. 
Solicitor General of Canada— Hon. Charles Fitz- 
patrick, Q.C 5.0l« 

rmvY corscii. okkick. 
Clerks. 
Assistant Clerk of the Privy Council— Henri G. 
La.Mothe 



William McHouifall, c;.n. 
Sir W. I'. Ilowland, C.H. 
Peter .Mitchell. 
Sir Hector U. Lanfyevin,- 

C.B., K.C.M.O. 
J. C. Aikins. 
Sir CHiarles Ttipper Bart., 

(S.C.M.O. 
Ilu^h McDonald. 
Kdward Blake. 
David Laird. 
William Uoss. 
William B. Vail. 
Sir t!has. A. I'. I'elletier, 

K.C.M.U. 
A. O. Jones. 
James .McDonald. 
L. F. U. .Mas.-<on. 
Sir Mackenzie Bowell, 

K.C.M.i!. 
L. F. (i. Bahv. 
Sir A. P. Caron, K.C;.M.(i. 
Sir John (larlintf, K.C.M.O. 
John Costijfan. 
Sir Frank Smith, Kt. 
George K. Foster. 

[114] 



SirO. H.Tupper, K.C.M.G. 

John Ha^r^rart. 

K<l)far Dewdney. 

C. C Colhy. 

Sirtieorue .\. Kirkpatrick, 

K.C.M.U. 
J. A. Ouimet. 
William Miller. 
Cieorjfe William Allan. 
J. C. Patterson. 
Sir A. Lacoste, Kt. 
T. May lie Daly. 

A. U. Angers 

A. H. Dickey 

W. H. Montague. 

Donald F'erguson. 

l->lwar<l (Jawlor Prior. 

Alphonse Desjardins. 

Kt. Hon. i.ord Stratheona 
and &lount Koyal. 

John J. Ross. 

Louis Olivier Taillon. 

Hugh John Macdonald. 

David Tisdale. 

Sir Oliver .Mowat, G.C.M.G. 

Peter White. 




AiiMH ur riiK DuMiNioN. 



SI<:XATI<: OF CANADA. 



Hon. Sir ('. A. I', 



BRNATilRH. 



I'Ki.r.r.iiKii, K.C.M.d., Sptiikcr (f^tiiclici). K. .1. I.anokvin, ( 'Icrk of the Sfiiafp nii<l (Merk 
of the I'lirliuueiilH, j;i,4i)it. SfiialorH HCHHioiml ixllowanre, #1.IMH). 



1', O. AUDHKHH. 

lion. David KccHor VorkvilU' 

" Oporjfi- \\ Allan Toionin 

" Holiert II. jiiikfv. . .Vnilii'ist 

•• Willliini Miller Aiictial 

" David Walk KriMlericdiii 

" James Ih'ver . St. .Inliii, N. H 

" A. Maefailiine Wallace, N.S. 

" Sir Frank Siuiih, Kl . . .Toronti) 

" \V. .1. .Macdonald, Victoria, !!.(' 

" M. II. Coclirane ('oni|ilnn 

" Alexander Vidal Sariii i 

" K. W. Scott, Ottawa 

" J. 1). Lewin St. John, N'.l!. 

" I, (}. I'ower Iliilitax 

" SirO. A. I*. I'ellet.ier. (^iiel>c<' 

" Joa. It. Thiliandoau Montreal 

" C. E. H(lul!oii(her\ille,('..M.(i. 
ltou<'herx illc 

" William . I. Alnion ...llalifnx 

" Them Mi'Kav Truro. .N.S. 

" Alex.W. (»;iilvio Moiitrcid 

" Donald Maclmics Ilamilton 

" John O'Donohoe Toronto 

" Donalil McMillan... Alex.uidria 

" (Jeo. (! McKindxev. Milton, <>. 

" W. McDonald, l/tl'eCilMce lt.,NS 

" J. Holdnc.St. Victor de TrinR.^^ 



HK.NATOKM. r. II. AtlllRKHH. 

lion. J. II. (iowan, «'.M.(1 Ilarrie 

" .M. Snilivan KinL's'on 

" K. Clciiiow Ottawa 

" I'. I'oirier ,. Shedia", N.IJ. 

" S. Merner. ..New llainhnri;, (>. 

" V. K. Cas^rain ... WindMor, O. 

" I,, .Mcl'allnm . . SlroinneMM, O. 

" .I.,! Koss, Ste.Anncde la I'crade 

" W. I). I'erU'N, WolHelev.N.W.T. 

" J. lines Ueid.. .. (^nesnelle, H.U 

" fieo. A. I )runnnond . ...Montreal 

" S. I'rowse, .Murray liar, I'.K.I. 

'■ J. .\. I.ouu'heed Cal'.'ary, Alta 

" L. |{. .Masson . Terrelioime, <^. 

" I'eter M- Laren Perth. <>. 

" II. Montiilaisir, C.de la Mag. (;, 

" J. n. Snowball Chatham. N.H. 

" A. A. Macdonald, Charlottetown 

" .lohn Dolison l.indHay 

" A. C. I'. H. I.andrv .. ..(iiielie'c 

" T. A. Hernier.St. Iloniface, M. 

" Clurcnce I'rimrose, l'i(!tou, N.S. 

" Sir .Mackenzie Howell, K.C.M.CJ. 

Ottawa 

" .lohn N. KirchofTer. Urandon.M. 

" Donald I'erjiiison, Marshfield, 

l'.E.I. 



lion 



HKNATOHH, 

Ueo. T. Hairil, 



!■. n. AonHKNH. 

'erth C'fMfro, 

N.H. 

Sir Wm. llini;ston,K\ Mont real 

.losiah Wood. ...Saokville. N.H. 

.lames (CHrieii Montreal 

Joseph O. Villeneuve, Montreal 

William Owens .Montreal 

.lames Cox Aikiiis Toronto 

(ieo. H. llaker,SweelNl)iir«:,Oiie. 

David .MacKeen, Little olaec 

Hay, N.M. 

Sir .lohn (Uirlintf London 

liOtds J. Korifl Montreal 

Alfred A.Thiliande.in, Montreal 

David .Mills London, Out, 

<ieo A. Cox Toronto 

(ieo. a. Kin;,'-. . .Chipman, N.H. 
.'no. I.ovitt .... Varnioiith, N..S. 
Kaoul Danrlnrand .... Montreal 

J. H. H. Fiset Rimoiiski 

William Templeman . ..Victoria 

.1. Arthur l'a(|iiot (^iiehec 

John Vco I'.K.I. 

.las. Win. Carniichael, 

New Cilastfow, N.S. 

Win. Kerr Cohoiirtr, O 

I'uter .McSweeiiey,Monctoii,N. \i 



I'KltMANKNT OKKICKKH OK TIIK HKNATK OK CANADA. 



Clerk, Mauler in Chnucerij and Accouii(ant~V..i. 

Lanifevin. 
Clerk Annintaiit, Mauler in Clinnceru and Chief 

French Traiislaliir—-A. A. Itoiiclier 

Law Clerk, Mailer in Chnneeri/ ami Knijlisli 

Triinxlalnr—.\.V'. A. Creitrhtoii 

Chaplain— 'V\w Very Uov. Dean l.auder 

Pimt Knqlinh Clerk — M. W. Stephen 

Se.ennd h)n(]li>th Clerk — Alex. Soiiter 

Thiri{ Knjjlinh Clerk — Chas. Yoiin.u' 

Firgt French Tranxlalor — .Mfred (iarneaii 

Second French Traniilator, J. li. Trndel 



8:5,41)0 
■2,riOO 



'2,.VMI 
41)0 
1,8()0 
l,(i(M) 
l.dliO 
2,000 
1,200 



Ser'ieanfal-Arntii and Clerk of French Joumalu 

- J. de St. D. Le Moine $1,600 

AnHixtanl Accountant— C. T. Gihhs 1,(100 

Junior Clerk— \. Adanison 1,000 

AxKiHlant Clerk, French Jonrnaln-A. L. Garneau. 1,000 
(lentleman L'uher <>/ the lilack iiod—K.V,. Kiiiiher 1,350 

I'ohI master— ,h H. Slyrand 1,400 

Ilounekeeper — John Carleton 1,000 

Doorkeeper — I'ierre Rattey 900 

yewKroiiin Keeper— W. L. Lnmhkin 780 

Official llepurtere—Q. C. Holland, A. Holland. 



Address.— To the Ilonourahle the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and date.] Humbly sheweth. That, &c. 

[11-,] 



116 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1900 



'1 



housl: of commons, Canada. 

EIGHTH PARLIAMENT. 



, i 



'if 



Hon. Thomas Bain, .Speaker. 
Sir John Grorok Bourinot, K.C.M.G., LL.I)., U.C.L., D.L., Clerk of the House. 

Members' SeBsional Allowance, §1,000. 



Exi'LANAiioN OK AiiiiUKVi ATiosH. Coll., Conservative; Lib., Lil)er.al ; 7»trf., Independent ; i'a^, Patron. 

NoTK.— The political party is aivew according' to the best information obtainable. If there should be any 
errors the Editor will be jflad to correct them on advice. The population ffiven is from the census of 1891. 



CONSTITIKNCV. 



I'OI'lI- 
IjA'I'ION 

]8!tl. 



Addiii, itiin ... . 
Alhert 

ADerta. 

Alji'ina 

Aiinaiiiili,s 

Aniidiiislit' .... 

Ari/cai' i(U 

.l.s'.s- nihiihi East. 
A-tslnihiiia Went. 

Btiniit 

Henure 

BetiuharuiiiK. . . . 

Belli'f/ia-ine 

Beitliier 

Bimiiufntiire. . . 

Bothwell 

Brandon 

Brant, S. lUdinfi 

Brofkiulle 

lirome | 

Bruce, E. liidingl 

Bruce, S. "idhii) 

Bruce, W.Riihiiij 

Bitrrnri 

Cfpe Breton. . . . 

Card u 'II i 

Carlet ,n (X.B.).\ 

Carleton {(}.). . . 



NA.MK OK MK.MHKR. 



Chamhly and \ 

I'^erchire.t. . . ( | 

Chmnplain \ 

CharleV'iix i 

Charlotte ! 

Chate<(tij)uaii . . . 
Chicouthni i(' ) 

Swpienaii . . ( 

Colchexter 

Compton 

Cornwall and \ 

Storniont . . . / 
<\imberlinid .... 

Du/hf/ 

Dorchentcr 

Drummond A- \ 

Arthabaska. ] 

Dtmdas 



Durham, E. R. . 
Durh'un, IT. R . . 

Elgin, K. R 

Elnin, W. R 

Exse.x, N. R 

Ensex, s'. B 

Fronteniie 

Gaspi 



24, mi 

10,!I71 



41,.'S,")(i 

1'.I.,W1 

l(i,ll4 

ir),ir)8 

•in,4S-2 
!),S!I'I 

u>,(ii;2 

]'.),x;iO 

•i(),s;i.'j 

25,.r)n8 

2r),r)7."i 

2;i,:i.'')il I 

i.5,sr>;! ! 

14,7ili» i 

-n.^uu I 

22,,-)30 ' 
2(».718 ' 
2l,;!0() 

:M,244 

l,'"),;iS2 
22,r)2!) 

21 ,740 

11,704 

2!),2(;7 
ll),o;« 

i:i,s«4 

38,281 

27,100 
22,770 

27,150 

34,,')20 
10,S!)7 
10,017 

43,023 

20,1.32 
17,0.W 
ir),;{74 

20,724 

23,025 

31,523 

24,022 
13,445 
26,875 



.lolin W. Hell Con. 

William ,1. Lewis) Ind. 

Krank Oliver Lih. 

Albert E. Dvnient ...Lih. 

.1. li. Mills .' Con. 

Colin K. Mclsaac . .Lh. 

Thomas Christie Lih. 

.1. M. Dotiyias I'af. 

.N. I''. Daviii {'on. 

.bisi'pli K. .Mareil Lih. 

•losepli Codbout Lili. 

.1. (;. II. lierneron . . .Con. 

(). K. I'albot (jih. 

01io)>has Ueausoleil. ../,(//. 

.1. I'\ (iiiite Ijih. 

James (j'laiicv Con. 

Iloii.Clilfoni Sifton .Ijih. 

V. W. lle.vd IjH). 

W. Henry Comstoek. />'/'. 

Hon. ,S. .\. h'isher Lih. 

Henry Cary:ill Con. 

Alex. MeNeill Con. 

John Tolniie Pat. 

(!eo. U. Maxwell.. Lih. 

I II. r. Mel)on-all....C.»(. 
I Sir C. Tupper, Hart. Con. 

William SInblis hid. 

Frederic 11. Hale .. ..C")i. 



Wm. T. Hod"iiis . 



.Con. 



n'acant) 

I''. A. Marcotte Con. 

(.'liarles .Vii^ers Lih. 

Cilbert W. Canony. . .Con. 
.}. P. Ibown Lih. 

Paul V. Sa\ard Lih. 

l'"irman McClure Lih. 

U. H. Pope ('on. 

J. O. Snetsimrcr Lih. 

Hancc J. Lonan Lih. 

A. J. S. I'opp Lih. 

Jean H. Moriii Con.. 

liOnis Laverjrne fjih. 

Andrew Proder Con. 

Thomas 1). Craii;'. . . .Con. 
Robert lieitb Lih. 

A. li. Iiv^'ram Con. 

(icorj;e E. Casey .... /y/b. 

Wm. .MctJrey:or Lih. 

Mablon K. Cow.'ui. . . . Lih. 

David 1). Roycrs /'at. 

Roiiolphc Lcmieux . . . Lib. 



0. ADDRKSS. 



Desmond, O 

Hillsboroujj:h,N.H 

Edmonton, N.W.T 

Thcssalon, O 

Annapolis, N.S. . . 
Antii;()nisb, N.S. 

Laehute, i.) 

D(>nf,'ola, N.W.T. 
lU';rina, N.W.T.. 
Acton vale, t,»ue. . 
>t.Kranc;ois, i?.,t^. 

Montreal, t^ 

StM.HcUechasselit 

.Montreal, t^ 

Maria, i^> 

Wallacebm-jfh, O. 

Ottawa O 

Pranlford, O 

Prockville, O... 

Ottawa. O 

Carjjrill, O 

Wiarton, O 

Kincardine, 0.. 

Vancomer, B.C . . 

Christmas I., N.S. 

Ottawa, O 

Cale<lon, O 

Woodstock, N.P 

Hazt'ldean, O. . , 



St. Anne de la !'.,(,» 
Murray Hay, *). . . 
St. Stephen, N.H. 
St.Chrysosti'ime (^ 

Chicoutimi, Q 

Truro, N.S 

Cookshire, (^ 

Moulinotte, O. . . . 

Andierst, N.S.... 

Diyby. X.S 

St. lienedine, l^. . 

Arthabaskaville.Q 

Morrisburjr. O 

Toronto, O 

Howmanville, O. . 

St. Thomas, O... 

Fingal, O 

Windsor, O 

Win<lsor, O 

Kiiiffston, O 

Montreal, y 



NO. OF 

VOTES 

rkc'v'd 



2,587 
1,170 

3,047 

3,17(i 
2.til2 
1,341 
1,125 
3,5,50 
I,.5(r2 
1,431 
3,no3 
l.,582 
1,,537 
Accl. 
1,908 
2,587 
Accl. 
2,787 
1,881 
1,077 
2,048 

l,7ii2 

2,110 

1,512 

3,430 
3,(>30 
1,82,'^ 
2,007 

1,337 



2,411 
l,4(t3 
2,4.53 
1,.504 

3,05!) 

2,350 
1,048 

2,017 

3,402 
1,031) 
1,480 

3,022 

1 ,932 
1,707 
1,4,58 

2,802 

2,, 585 

2,.511 

2,420 
Accl. 
1,6.58 





1 


"t: 


NAMK OK DKKKATRD CAN- 


£S 


DIUATK AND NO. OK 


VOTES 


!l 


RKCKIVKD. 








X 3t 


(!. W. W. Dawson. 


2,. 500 


87 


R. C. Weldon 


928 


242 


/ T. H. 11. (Cochrane 


2„S03 


784 


(S. J. Clarke 


71 




G. H. Macdonell... 


1,349 


1827 


J. W. LoiiKlev. . 


1,815 


197 


J. A. Chisholm 


1,224 


117 


II. Abhott 


1,0,50 


75 


W. W. McDonald.. 


2,.502 


1054 


.1. K. .\lclnnis. . . . 


1,502 


1 


b. T. Hrodeur 


1,.384 


47 


(lenru'c Coulticr. . . 


2,576 


427 


Hon. J. I. Tarte. .. 


l.,534 


48 


,1. L. Roy 


1,227 


310 


has. Cvr 


1,116 


792 


lion. David Mills.. 


2,528 


59 


R. Henrv 


2,406 
1,673 


381 


Hon. Peter White. 


208 


(i. G. Foster 


1,3!4 


3;i3 


.lames T<ilton 


1,881 


It? 


Ml. A. Homier. . .. 


1,671 


31 


\ II. T. Potts 


991 




P. II. McKeiizie... 


1,622 


488 


( (;. H. Uowaii 


1,214 


298 


^ W. J. Hrown 


420 




.los. McPherson . 


2,328 


617 


A. O. Kendall 


2,813 


817 


W. L. Walsh 


1,441 


384 


N R. Colter 


2,261 


406 


(T. HiiMer 


50 




-J. XlcKcllar 

1.1. S. Ileinrif'hs. . . 


1,128 


209 


299 




P. Trudel 


2,035 


376 


Simon Cimon 


1,313 


90 


A. H. (iillmor 


1,981 


472 


S. liii cavalier 


894 


700 


li. G. Relloy 


1,973 


1086 


D. H. Muir 


2,. 344 


6 


V. K. Willard .... 


1,475 


473 


Jas. Lei tell 


2,02,T 


592 


Hon. A. R. Dicke\ 


3,307 


155 


.1. E. .lones 


]„591 


45 


(,'. E. Vaillaiicourt 


1,1.50 


330 


- . Noel 


. 1.374 


1648 


/.■\dani Johnson. . 
1 J. P. Fox 


1,870 


62 


494 




Wm. McLean 


L,,598 


169 


/I). F. Walsh 

\ C. J. Thornton.. 


1,406 


52 


428 




1 Dr. Wil«)ii 


2,684 


178 


-) J. P. Martin 


492 




A. McKillop 


1,8.59 


726 


( I). H. Odette.,.. 


2,038 


473 


1 1). W. Ma.son ... 


605 




S. A. Kinff 


2,244 


182 


Dr. Eniiis 


1,616 


42 







[1900 1 


ron 




1 be 


any 


1. 






-sg 




£ 3 


E8 


ii 


on 


87 


28 


242 


(iS 


784 


71 




40 


1827 


15 


107 


24 


117 


M 


75 


02 


1054 


02 


1 


«4 


47 


7(i 


427 


;« 


48 


27 


310 


16 


792 


28 


59 


Ofi 


381 


)7.S 


208 


!4 


3;i3 


81 


1(7 


71 


31 


22 


488 


il4 


298 


20 




!28 


617 


iV.i 


817 


41 


384 


(il 


406 


SO 




28 

:99 


209 


lif) 


376 


il3 


90 


)S1 


472 


m 


700 


)73 


1086 


H4 


6 


17') 


473 


)2n 


592 


i()7 


155 


i!»l 


45 


-)() 


330 


{74 


1648 


^70 


62 


04 




308 


169 


lOfl 


52 


•28 




i84 


178 


0-? 




350 


726 


);{8 


473 


M4 


182 


316 


42 



1900] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



117 



CONHTITUBNCY. 



Glengarrii 

Gloucester 

Grenville, S. It . . 
Qrexi, K. iiitlinij. 
Grey, N. Jlidimj. 

Grey, S. Ridiny. 

Guynhormiyh. . . . 

Haldimaiut \ 

and Moiick. . ) 

Halifax 

UaltuH 



Hamilton 



I'lU'l!- 

LATION 

1891. 



Hantu 

Hastings, K. II. . 

Hastinys, N. Ji. . 
Hastinys, IV. Jt. . 

Hochelaya 

Huntinydon. . .. 

Huron, E. II 

Huron, S. Ji. . . . 
Huron, If. li. . . ■ 

Inverness 



Jacques-Cartier. 

Joliettc 

Kainouraska . ■ . 

Kent{N.n.) 

Kent(0.) 

Kim's (y.B.)... 
Kin'f's (N.S.)... 
Kiny's(P.K.I.). 

Kingston 

Labelle 



Lamhton, K. It.. 

Lambton,\V.ll.. 

Lanark, iV. /{. . . 

Lanark, S. It. . . 
Laprnirie and | 

Napierville . f 
L'Assomption. .. 

Land 

Lcpds lO Gren- \ 

ville, y. R . I 
Leeds, S. Riding. 



Lennox 

UmA 

Lincoln and 

Niaiiara 

Lis'tar 

L'hlet 

London 

Lotbinicru . . . 
Lunenbiny . 
Mardonald . . 
Maisonneuve 

Maniwtte . . . 



Maskinongi ... 

Menantic 

Middlesex, E. R. 
Middlesex, S. R. 
Middlesex, S. R. 
Middlesex, W. It. 

Mis.ii.'^quoi 

Montcalm 

Monttnairny . . . 
Mont}>i.iri'ty)/. . . 
Miintrfni,S .'i 'ne 
Montreal, S.Ant 
Montreal, S. ,/as 
Montreal, St. L'e 



22,447 

24,807 

12,920 
26,225 
2(i,341 

23,072 

17,195 

l(i,3it7 

71,358 
21,982 

47,245 

22,052 

18,050 

22,213 
18,064 
80,008 
14,385 
18,968 
10,184 
20,021 

25,779 

13,832 
22,921 
20,454 
23,845 
31,434 
23,087 
22,489 
2(i,()33 
10,2(i3 
23,104 

24,260 

23,446 

19,260 

19,862 

10,000 

13,674 
9,436 

13,521 

22,440 

14,900 

25,995 

21,806 

22,i:)3 
13,823 
22,281 
20,688 
31,075 
18,208 
32,."il4 

36,069 

17,829 
22,233 
25 ,560 
10,090 
18,806 
17,288 
18,549 
12,131 
14,726 
12,309 
28,122 
02.06S 
62,510 
42,808 



NAMK OF MB.MBKK. 



II. K. McLennan Con. 

Tht'olinie lilanchard . Con. 

.John \). Held Con. 

Tlios. ."S. Sproulc Cnn. 

lion. Wni. Vixteraou.. Lib. 

(Jeo. I.andei'kin Lib. 

I). C. Fraser L'b. 

ilon.W. U.MontujfUL'Cou. 

/ Koliurt. L. liiinlcn. .dm. 
\ liiMijamin Hiissi^ll . ..AiV). 
0. Henderson Con. 

( T. H. Miicl'liei'soii..L/fc. 
i Andrew T. Wood. .. ////>. 

Allen Haley Lib. 

Jeremiah M. U\n-h'y .Lib. 

A. W. Carseallen. . . .Cmi. 

llenrv ('orl)v dm. 

■). A.'C. M,'i<l()re.... Lib. 

Julius .Scriver Lili. 

I'eter Maedonald. . . . Lib. 

John McMillan Lib. 

liohert Hohiies Lib. 

Anj^us McLennan . ..Lib. 

Frederick 1). Monk..C(i/t. 

Charles IJazinet Lib. 

Henry G. (Jarroll .... Lib. 
Geo. V. Mclnerney . .Con. 

Arch. Caniphell Lib 

James Domville Lib. 

Hon. K. \V. Uorden.. /.('/. 
A. C. Maedonald, . . .Can. 

Byron M. Hritlon /.//;. 

J. H. N. Hourassa. . . . Lib. 

John Fraser Lib. 

Thos. G. Johnston . , . Lib. 

lieniiett llosan'ond . . Con. 

Hon. J. G, llan-ttart. Con. 

Domini(|ue Monet ...Lib. 

Joseph Gauthier Lib. 

Thomas Kortin Lilt. 

Francis T. Frost Lib. 

Georye Taylor Con. 

Uriah Wilson Con . 

Louis .1. Demers Lib. 

Wni. (iibson Lib. 

U. L. Uichardson. ., ./>('). 

A. .M. Dechene Lib. 

Thomas Heattie Con. 

(Vacant) 

0. K. Kaiilhiich dm. 

J. G. Rutliertord Lib. 

\l. I'refonlaine Lib. 

Win. J. Koche Con. 

Josei)h H. Leffris. . . . Lib. 

Geor;.^c Turcot, Lib. 

James (iilmour Coo . 

\'alentine Hatz Lib. 

Malcolm McGufian. Lib. 
William S. Calvert. .. /.i7^. 

Daniel I!. .Mei^'s Lib. 

Louis F. Duyfas Con . 

I'ierre K. Martineaii .Lib. 
Thomas (!asgraiii.C'c» . 
.Michael .1. F. (j»uiiui . Coo . 
Thomas G. Roddick.. Co/t. 
Odilon Kesmarais. . . . Lib. 
Kdward G. Peiuiy. . ..Lib. 



r. 0. AI)l)HK>iH. 



Alexandria, O. . .. 

Caraquet, N'.IJ. . . 

Cardinal,' O 

Markdale, U 

Ottawa, O 

Hanover, O 

.N'ewGlrtSi;ow,N.S. 

Dunnville, <) 

jllalifa.v, N.S.... 
Aeton, O 



Hamilton, <>, 



Wind.sor. \.S. , 
ISelleville, O... 



Marmora, <> 

Uelleville. O 

.Montreal, Q 

Heimiiinnford, (^. 
Win;,diam, (). ... 
Constance, O. . . . 
Clinton, U.. . ,. . . 

Marjfaree, N.S. . . 

.Montreal, (,» 

S.JeandeMathal^ 

l^ueliec, {) 

Uichihucto, \.I5. 
Toronto Junc.,0. 
Kothsav, N.H ... 

Ottawa, O 

-Montaaue H, PKI 

KinnsLon, O 

Papineauville, (J. 

I'etrolea, O 



I Sarnia, O 

Almonte, O 

Ottawa, O 

St. Heini, Q 

T.aurentides, (,». . . 
Ste. Hose, Q 

Smith's Falls, O.. 

Gananoquo, ().... 

Najianee. O 

St. Komuald.,.Q 

lieamsville, ().... 

Winnipesj:, M 

\. des Aulnaies, l^ 
London, O 



Liinenhuri;'. N'.S. . 
I''la^'elal'rairie,M 
Montreal, (^ 

Minnedosa, M. . . 

Loui.seville, (i- . . . 
S.,l'ie, Somerset, (i> 
Dorchester, O... 

Khiva 

.Mt. l$i-yd);es, V . 

Napier, O 

Farnham, l^ 

Montcalm, (^ 

Montmajfiiy, (j. . . 

ijhieliec, (-i 

.\lontri al, () 

Moittreal, l,> 

.Montreal, (} 

Montreal, i^ 



NO. OK 
VOTKS 

hkc'v'd 



2,486 

1,947 

1,3!>7 
2,.560 
2,840 

1,819 

1,533 

2,197 

6,170 
5.097 
2,460 

3,797 
3,837 

1,838 

1,.508 

2,478 
1.S36 
2,127 
],54(i 
2,079 
1,831 
2,274 

1,676 

2,329 
1,709 
1,414 
2,041 
3,315 
2.389 
2 252 
li939 
1,671 
2,175 

2,144 

2,:j6n 

1,7.57 

1,939 

1,734 

1,335 
1,541 

1,432 

2,,501 

1,192 

Acd. 

2,945 

2,657 
1,038 
2,325 

2,403 
2,619 
3,012 

1,533 

1,384 
2.073 
2.651 
2,1 S4 
2,035 
2,274 
1 .087 
1,202 
1.019 
1,096 
3,104 
3,077 
3, 123 
3,632 



.N.\MK Ol'' HKKK.ATKI) CAN- 

DIDATK AND NO. OK VOTHW 

HKCKIVKI). 



J. I.. Wilson 

/ ( '. Tur^eon 

\ It. Voum; 

.lohii Carruthers... 

.las. liowes ..... 

J. McLauchlan . . . 

( Dr. .lamicson ... 

I Will. Allan 

I IC. (irejj'orv 

I I A. A. Davis 

I 1 S. A. Heck 

/ K. Keefe 

I T. Kenny 

I .lohn Waidie 

I ('— Hoville 

I J - Marker 

I I -- Huchanan 

' — Watkins 

Alf. I'litiiam 

I / W. li. .Nortlirup.. 
j I W. J'.alcoiKiuil. . . . 

S. Ilarrvof 

Thos. Ritchie 

S. LachapcUe 

W. J. While 

K. \j. Dii'ken.son . . 

Tlios. K. Hays 

Robert .MciA'an. . . . 
j Dr. Cameron 

!<;. .McKeen 

A. Rover 

Dr. Lavalle 

L. Ta.schereau. . . . 

O. J. Leblanc 

Win. liall 

F. F. Morton 

Will. C. Rill 

I'. M(diitvre 

D. Mclntvre 

R. I'ouliii 

( (!eo. Moncrieff . . . 

I J. A. .Vrmstroiif; . 

.lohn Farrell 

) Jas. Millar 

'I I). .McFlroy 

John Ferffuson. . . . 

C. I'elletier 

H. Jeannotte 

F. J. liisaillon .... 

J. R. La veil 

/ W. H. Fredenburg 

I .S. Horton 

K. H. Switzer .... 
Stevens 



(fi 



1,7.52 
1,140 

736 
1,290 
2,("39 
2,416 
1,753 
1,196 
1,455 
1,484 

728 
5,482 
5,616 
2,376 
3,773 
3,.546 

928 

806 
1,803 
1,285 

908 
1,735 
1,.591 
1,621 

827 
1,920 
1,.526 
2,134 
1,532 

737 
2,216 
1,4.53 
1,403 
1,514 
3,1.58 
1,S74 
1,781 
1,924 
1,519 
1,706 
2,104 
1,383 
1,369 
1,481 

208 
1,,560 

1,458 

1,216 
1,449 

1,423 
2,013 

263 
1,043 

690 



J. C. Rykert 2,523 

H. Rogers 2,603 

J. A. Dionne 1,032 

C. S. llyinan 2,284 

J. 1). Sperry 2,318 

K. Mackenzie 2,083 

Dr. Haril 2,342 

( J. II. Ashdown... 1,466 

\ J. A. Marshall.... 472 

Dr. Coloumlie 1,004 

L. J. C. Frecheltc. 1,410 

John Gibson 2,227 

W. H. Hutchins... 2,122 

Hume Klliotl 1,205 

Dr. Roonie l,!'3b 

Dr •^lack 1,471 

K. Labelle !>07 

A. W. lilouin 489 

C. Laimelier 1,016 

.las. .McShane 2,919 

Robt. .McKav 2,904 

L. A. Lavalle 2,0.54 

R. WiLson Smith... 2,915 



'at 



734 
807 

107 
521 
424 

6(i 

78 
713 

688 
381 
84 
291 
151 



35 
223 

743 
245 
506 
719 
159 
305 
140 
144 

113 
316 

11 
527 
157 
515 
471 

15 
152 
469 

40 

996 
276 

379 

276 

119 
92 

9 

488 

149 



422 

54 

6 

41 

85 

536 

1570 

67 

290 
663 
424 

62 
740 
341 
216 
295 
530 

50 

1S5 

173 

1369 

717 



;l i' 



it 



I' 



sS 



118 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1900 



CONHTITIIKNCY. 



Montreal, S. M'li 

Munkoha 

yewH'entininnVr 

NicoM 

yifjiasing 

yortnlk. N. It. . 
Norfitlk, S. H. . . 
North iiDiberl'd \ 

(N.ll.) ) 

Northtimbcrl'd \ 

(0.), /'.'. A'. . . / 
Northitmlterl'd \ 

(0.), w. n..i 

Ontirio, N. U... 
Ontario, S. li, . . 
Ontario, W. 1{. 

Ottawa City. . . . 

Oxford, N. R... 

Oxford, .Sf. «.... 

Peel 

Perth, A'. It 

Perth, S. It 

Peterboro', B. It. 
Peterboro', IK. It. 



POl'U- 
IjATION 

1891. 



f'ictou. 



Pontine . . . 
Portneuf. . 
Pregcott . . . 



Prince, E(PEl) 
Prince, W(PEI) 
Prince Edward. 

Provencher 

Quebec Centre .. 

Quebec Kant 

Quebec Went. . . 
Quebec Count II. 
Queen's E (PEI) 

Qumi's W(PEI) 

Renfrew, N. It . 
Renfrew, S. R. 
ReMiiiouche . . . . 

Richelieu 

Richmond (N.S.) 

Richmond tfc \ 

Wo{fe(Q.)..f 

RimnUKki 

RoHville 

Russell 

St. lli/acinfhe . . 
St..lohn{X.li.)\ 

Citii I 

St.John(N.li.)\ 

City ami Co. ( 
St. .lohn and\ 

Iberville f 

Saskatchewan 

"Selkirk . 

Shef'ird 

Shelburne and \ 

Qi(flc«'.v . . . . ( 

Sherbrooke 

Simcne, K It 

fiimciie, .V. /»'.... 

'^imcoe, ><'. /{ 

Soulau'ies 

Stan^C'id 

Sunb'iiii-Queen's 
T^.misconata. 
Terrebonne . . 



:i4,746 
20,r.l5 

42,22(1 

28,7;{r) 

14,764 
ll),4(M) 
17,780 

25,71:J 
21,995 

14,947 

21,;!85 
18,371 
18,792 

44,144 

26,131 

2'?.421 

l.'),46« 
2(i,907 
19,400 

21,919 
15.808 



34,541 

22,084 
25,813 
24,173 

36,470 

18,889 
15,409 
17,64!) 

.•«i,200 

9,241 
19,503 
23,4(14 

22,210 

23,005 
23,071 
8,308 
21, .354 
14,399 

31,347 

33,430 
10,012 
31,043 

21,433 
24,184 

25,3iK) 

12,282 

ll,^^ 
53,220 
23,263 

25,.566 

16,088 
.35,801 
28,203 
20,824 
9,608 
18,007 
17 914 
25,698 
23,128 



NAMB OK MKMBKR. 



P. O. AllDKKH.S. 



NO. OK 

VOTK.M 

HKC'V'O 



Heri'ule Duprd' Lib. 

(ieortfe MciConiiick . .Con. 

Aiiliiv Morriisoii Lib. 

.lost'iili II. liodiic Lib. 

.lames H. Klock Con. 

■lolin Chaiitoii Lib. 

I Ion. David Tisdale .Con. 

James Kubinsoii Con. 

Edwaitl Cochrane. . .Con. 

OJeorjje Guillet Con. 

I). (Jiahaiu Pat. 

Leonard lluriielt Lib. 

(Vacant) 

( Naj>. A. Helcourt . . . Lib. 

\ William Hutchison.. Li7<. 

James Sutherland. . .Lib. 
I Hon. Sir Kichard Cart- 
\ wrijtht, O.C.M.G..Lib. 

J. Featherston Lib. 

A. F. .MacLaren Con. 

Dilman K. Erb Lib. 

John Lan>; ! . . . Lib. 

James Kendry Con. 

THon. SirC. H. Tupper, 

K.C.M.G Con. 

VAdaniC. Hell Ctm. 

\V. J. I'oupore Con. 

I Hon. Sir H. Joly de Lot- 
i hiniere, K.C..M.(J..//ib. 
Isidore I'roulx Lib. 

/John Howatt \M\...Lib. 
\n. I). McLellan ....Lib. 
William V. I'ettet ...Pat. 
A. A. C. Lallivit're ..Con. 

Albert Maloiiin Lib. 

j Kiyfhl Hon. Sir Wilfrid 
I Laurier, ti.C.M.(i../v(7>. 
Hon. R. n. \MteU. .Lib. 
Hon. C. Fitzjiatrick. . Lib 

Alex. Martin Con. 

( Hon. Sir l-ouis Davics, 

I K.C.M.r. Lib. 

Thomas Mackie Lib. 

John Ferjjusoti Con. 

John Mc.Xlister Con . 

A. A. Hrnneau Lib. 

J. A. Gillies Con . 

M. T. Stenson Lib. 



.Montreal, t^ 

Orillia, O 

N.Wesiminst'riSC 
St. Leon'd d'.Vston 
Klock's Mills, ().. 

liynedooli, C> 

."Simcoe, () 

Millerton, N.H... 



Edville, O. 



Cobourjf, O 

Gamebridne, O. . . 
Ureenbank, I). . . . 



Ottawa, O 

Ottawa, O 

Woodstock, O . . . . 

I Ottawa, O 

St reetsville, <).... 

Stratford, O 

Sebrinjfvillc, O. . . 



3,341 

•2,249 

1,7,58 
2,205 
2,477 
2.142 
2,:i83 



2,410 

1,200 

2.414 
2,165 

2,042 
3,227 

2,811 

2,347 

1,891 
2,910 
2,009 



.lermyn, O i 2,353 

Peterboroujfh, O.! 1,485 



Vancouver, H.C. . 

New(!lasifow,N,S. 
Ottawa, O 



Jean .\, 
Louis I' 
Wm. C. 



Uoss 

Brodeur. . . 
Edwards , . . 



M. E. Bernier, 
.'ohn V. Ellis.. 



Lib. 

.Lib. 

Lib. 

.Lib. 
.Lib. 



Jos. J. Tuokei Lib . 

Hon. J. I. Tarte Lib. 

T. O. IXivis Lib. 

J. A. Mac<lonell Lib. 

Chas, II. I'armaieu ..Lib. 

Hon. W. S. Ficldini;. L/(<. 

(Vacant) 

W. H. Hennett Con. 

I., (i. McCarthy fnd. 

K. Tyrwhitt Con. 

.\. Ho\irbonnais Lib. 

A. H. .Moore Con . 

Hon. A. G. Hlair . ..Lib. 

C. A. Gauvreau Lib. 

L. A. Cliauvin Con. 



V Ottawa, O 

I'lantajfenet, O. . . 

Sumnicrsidc, I'EI 
St. Louis, I'.E.I.. 

I'icton, O 

St. Boiiifact, M.. 
(Quebec, (^ 

lottaw.a, O 

Quebec, tj 

Ottawa. O 

V.alleylield, I'.E.I. 

j- Ottawa, O 

Pembroke, O 

Ailmaston, O 

C.unpbellfn, N,B. 

Sorel, 1^1 

Sydney, N,S 

Wotton, (i 

Ste, Flavie Sta.,Q 

.Montreal, Q 

Kocklancl, O 



3, .577 
3,503 
1,984 

2,086 

1,334 

1,979 
1.828 
2,188 
1.476 
Accl. 

3,202 

1,057 
1,982 
2,175 

1,985 

l,9t)0 
1,846 
794 
1,609 
1,078 

2,782 

Accl. 
1,840 
2,983 



.SA.MK OK DKKKATKI) CAN- 

DlltA'I'K AND NO. OK VOTKH 

KKCKIVKD. 



St. Hyaointhe, Q. Accl. 
St. John, N.B. ... 3,249 



St. John, N.I!.... 



Ottawa, O 

l'r,Albert,N,W.T. 
Wii:ni))e<r, M .. . . 
Waterloo, {} 

Ottawa, O I Accl. 



3,924 

Accl. 

1,000 
1,713 
2,191 



A. T. Lcpine 1,978 

( W. II. I'ralt 1,991 

I^W. E. O'Hrieii., .. 1,068 

- .Mclbide 1,400 

— Beauchciie 2,018 

•bis. Coinnce 1,513 

in. .\lc(iiiire 1,.')98 

Geo. Walker 2,110 

I Hon. I'. Mitchell.. 1,718 
\ .1. .Morrisey 660 

C. A. Mallory 2,013 

f J. It. McUoll 1,130 

1 J. K()se\car (i21 

A, .McLcod 2,397 

Wm. Smith 2,021 

N. Champajjtno . . . . 2,6,57 

II. Hobinson 2,751 

W. .McVcilv 2,100 

I). W. Karn 1,010 

T. K. Mayberry . . . 1,597 

A. F. C'ampbuli . .. 1,425 

Jas. (irieve 2,870 

Will. I'ridlmin .... 1,8.51 

J. hoiiald .551 

.1. liiiriiliam 1,738 

U. Hall 1,166 

|{. Nownian 622 

.1. W. Cariiiichael . 3,337 
E. .M. Mcltoiiald. .. 3,349 
Dr. (Jaboury 1,341 

L. H. Stalford .... 2,050 

I). Sabo.irlii 002 

II. .1. Cloraii 996 

A. A. Lefuitfv 1,934 

EdwanI Hackctt .. 1,512 

W. Boulter 1,967 

G. Walton 810 

C. Lederc 1,011 

T. McGreevy 826 

J. J. Fremont 1,058 

Wm. Welsh 1,821 

Dr. Jenkins 1,651 

Hon. P. White . . . 1,837 
K. A. Jainieson . . . 1,424 
George lladdow .. 750 
Hon. A. De.sjardins 1,475 
E. P. Flynn 1,0.56 

t\ C. Cleveland . . . 2,544 

I .1. A. Foiirnier .... 870 
E. II. Iluitubise . . ],,{80 
G. J. Wilson 1,093 

J. A. Chcalev 2,527 

W. Pufjslev 1,427 

J. n. llazen 3,7,33 

J. .McLau-ihlin .... 1,495 

J. K. McPliail 876 

H. .\rmstn)ii<,' .... 1,712 
P. J. S. Pelleticr .. 1,720 



Midland. O 

Toronto, O 

Bradford. O 

Coteau Land'},', ij. 

Majio;;', <i» 

Ottawa, O. 



3,2,36 
1,772 
2,140 
1,0.54 
2,018 
2,310 



H 3 

* n 



1363 

258 

298 
247 
964 
544 
273 
507 

397 
70 

17 
144 

191 

476 

1801 

750 

406 

46 

218 

615 
319 



228 
154 
643 

36 

338 

45 
316 
221 
666 

2191 

231 
924 
364 

334 

63 
422 

44 
134 

22 

238 

970 
1603 



722 
191 



184 

1 

466 



Stanfold, q Accl, 



Montreal, (J. . . 



1,862 



H. H. Cook 3,111 125 

James Martin 1,.587 185 

T. W. Lennox .... 1,0.50 496 

E. Laiitliier 861 193 

T. B. Killer 1,,583 435 

II. D. Wilmot 1,680 ! 624 

P. F. E. Pettet... 1,734 I 128 



1900] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



119 



i;t(;3 

258 

208 
247 
U(>4 
544 
273 
507 

307 
70 

17 
144 

101 
476 

1801 

750 

466 

46 

218 

615 
319 



228 
154 
643 

36 

338 

45 
316 
221 
666 

2191 

231 
924 

364 

334 

03 
422 

44 
134 

22 

238 

070 
1603 



722 
191 



184 

1 

465 



125 
185 
496 
193 
436 
024 

128 





POI'l'- 








NO. OK 


NAME OK nKKKATKI) CAN- 




OONB riTUBNL'Y. 


LATION 


NA.MR OF MR.MBRR 




H. 0. ADuivBSS 


V0TK8 


UIDATK AND NO. OK V0TK8 


go 

li 




1801. 








rkc'v'd 


RKCBIVKD. 




Three Riven A- \ 


8,834 


/ Hon. Sir Adoiphe Caron, 
\ K.C.M.O Con. 


1 Ottawa 


1,091 


Dr. Fiset 


1,422 


209 


St. Maurice. } 


J 






Toronto Cent re. . 


26,632 


(ieorge H. Bertram 


.IJh. 


Toronto, O 


2,212 


O. H. Howland... 


1,962 


250 


Toronto Eaxt . . . 


43,. 565 


J. Ross Robertson. . 


.hid. 


Toronto, O 


4,631 


K. Coatsworth, jr. 


3,016 


1010 


Toronto West . . . 


73,826 


/ K. K. (;iarke 


.Con. 


Toronto, O 


.5,147 


W. T. R. Preston . 


4,734 


030 


\ K. n. Osier 


. Con . 


Toronto, O 


5,370 


A. T. Hunter .... 


4,225 


413 


Two Mountainn. 


15,027 


.1. A. C. Ethier... 


.Lih. 


St. .Scholasti(iiietj 


1,227 


J. (Jirou.ird 


1,210 


17 


Vanconm'r 


18,229 


W. W. 11. Mcdniies. 


.Lib. 


Nanaimo, B.C. . . 


1,024 


A. Haslani 

— Ha^'tfart 


823 
047 


197 


Viiudreuil . 


10,702 
18,538 


H. S. Harwood ., 


.Lib. 
.Con. 


Vaudreuil, Q 

Victoria, B.C.. .. 


1,206 
1,5.51 


— Sejfuin 


8o: 

1,335 


495 


Victoria{R.C.) . 


/ Thomas Karle 

\ Hon. K. U. Prior... 


Dr. Milne 


210 


.Con. 


Victoria, B.C. . . . 


1 ,647 


W. Templeman.. . 


1,4.52 


196 


Victoria (A'.B.). 


18,217 


Hon. John Costiffan 


. Con. 


r Ottawa, O 


1,864 


F. Leforest 


1,318 


546 


Victoria (N.S.). . 


12,432 


.Tohn li. Betlmne.. . 


.Con. 


Baddeck, N.S.... 


1,040 


S. C. Cami.hell... 


877 


172 


Victory 1(0. )N.I{. 


i«,.840 


Samuel llujfhes. . . . 


.Con. 


Lindsav, o 


1,715 


R. J. McLauffhiin 


1,464 


251 


Victoria(0.)S.li. 


2(»,245 


Geor^je .McHutrh . . 


Lib. 


Lindsay, O 


2,051 


A. Vrooman 


1,089 


02 


Waterloo, N. It. . 


2.'i,325 


.loscph K. SeiiHi'am. 


. Con . 


Waterloo, O 


2,70<J 


E. W. B. Snider.. 


2,307 


309 


Waterloo, S.U.. 


25,139 


.lames [.,ivin!i:stoii. . 


.Lib. 


Baden, O 


2,.543 


G. A. Clare 


2,454 


89 


Wetland 


25,132 


Wm. .M.Cliar.v 


.Con. 


Thorold, 


2,705 


J. A. Lowell 


2,. 530 


109 


Wellington, C.li. 


23,387 


Andrew Scmple. .. 


Lib. 


Fergus, O 


1,016 


Dr. Lewis 

— Groves 


1,295 
752 


621 














— Gordon 


599 




Welliufiton.N.n. 


24,0,'iO 


James McMuUen . . . 


.Lib. 


Mount Forest, O. . 


2,712 


L. H. Clark 


2„560 


102 


Wellington, S.li. 


24,373 


Christian Kloepfur. 


.Con. 


Guelph, O 


2,.578 


J. Mclnnes 


2,440 


138 


Wentworth and 


















Brant, N.It... 


14, .501 


James Somerville. . 


.Lib. 


Dnndas, O 


1,824 


C. A. Minna 


703 


1121 


Wentworth, S.R. 


1(5,770 


Hon. Thomas Bain 


.Lib. 


Dundas, 


2,673 


A. H. Pettit 


2,480 


187 


We»tmorelaiul . . 


41,477 


Henrv A. Powell... 


.Coil,. 


Sackviile.N.B,... 


3,442 


G. VV. Robinson. . 


3,427 


15 


Winnipeg 


25,6:i9 


Vaeaiit. 














Wright 


.•<6,S58 


li. N. Cham|)airrie . 


.Lib. 


Hull,Q 


2,842 


J. M. McDougall . 


2,007 


775 


Yale ik Carihoo. 


13,061 


Hewitt Bo.stock 


.Lib. 


Monte Creek R'ch, 


















Ducks, B.C.. 


1,824 


J. A. Mara 


1,479 


345 


Yamaska 


16,058 


R. M.S. Mife-neault. 


.Lib. 


St. Michel d'Vam- 


















aska, 11 


1,342 


F. Vanosse 


1,324 


18 


Yarmouth 


22,210 


Thomas a Flint... 


.Lib. 


Yarmouth, N.S.. 


1,640 


J. Bingay 


1,196 


444 


York{N.B.) .... 


30,!r,0 


Hon. (J. K. Fo.ster. . 


. Con . 


Ottawa, 


3,306 


E. H. Allen 


1.704 


1542 


York{0.),E. R. 


35.148 


Wm. F. Maclean . . . 


. Con . 


Toronf , O 


3,0()7 


H. R. Frankland . 


3,904 


3 


York (().), N. R. 


20,284 


Hon. Wm. Mulock. 


.Lib. 


Ottawa, 


2,712 


F. W. Strange . . . 


2,0.30 


076 


York (0.), W. R. 


41,8,57 


N. Clarke Wallace. . 


.Con. 


Woodhridjfe, O. . . 


5,018 


S. Piatt 

J. Brown 


745 
950 


4008 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF THE 

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



O., Ontario ; Q., Quebec ; N.S., Nova Scotia ; N.B., New Brunswick ; B.C., British Columbia ; P.E.I. , Prince 
Edward Island; M., Manitoba; N.VV.T., North-West Territories. 



NAME OK MKMHRR. 


CONSTITUENCY. 


NA.MB OK MEMBER. 


CONSTITUENCY. 


Angers, Charles 

Bain, Hon. Tliomas 


Charlevoix. 

Wentworth, South Riding. 

Joliette. 

London. 

Herthier. 

Durham, West Riding. 

( )tta\va. 

Prince E. (P.E.I.). 

Add!'>gt(in. 1 

I'icton. 

Himooe, East Riding. 

Beauhavnois. 

St. H\ncinthe. 

Toronto, Centre. 

Victoria (N.S.). 

Suribiir.van(IQueens(N.B.) 

Gloiictster. 

Nicolet. 

King's (N.S.). 

Halifax. 

Yale and Cariboo. 

Labelle. 

Soulanges. 

Kingston. 


Broder, Andrew 

Brodeur, Louis P 

Brown. .Tames P 

Bruneau, Arthur A 

Burnett, Leonard 

Calvert, William Samuel.. . . 

Campbell, Archibald 

Cargill, Henry 


Dundas. 




Chateauguay. 




Beausoleil, Cltiophas 

Beith, Robert 

Belcourt, NaiKileon A 

Bell, John Howatt 


Ontario, South Riding. 

Middlesex, W. Riding. 

Kent (<).). 

Bruce, East Riding. 

Threellivers& St. Maurice 

Kamoiiraska. 

Hastings, North Riding. 

Oxford, South Riding. 
Elgin, West Riding. 
.Monlniorencj'. 
Wright. 


Bell, John W 

Bell, Adam Carr 

Bennett, Win. H 

Bergeron, J. O. H 

Bernier, .Michel E 

Bertram, George H 

Bethune, John L 

Blair, Hon. .\ndrcw George 


Caron, Hn. Sir AdoL.KCMG. 

Carroll, Henry G 

Carscallen, A. W 

Cartwright, Hon. Sir Rich- 
ard, G.C.M.G 

Casey, George Elliott 

Casgrain, Thomas Chase. . . . 
( 'himipagne, L. N 


Blanchar(l, Th(5otimp 


Charlton, .Tohn 


Norfolk, North Riding. 
Terrebonne. 


Boisvert, Fabieii 


Chauvin, L. A 


Borden, Hon. Frederick W.. 


Christie, Thomas 


Argenteuil. 
Bothwell. 


Borden, Robert L 


Clancy, .Tames .... 


Bostock, Hewitt 


Clarke, Hiiward Frederick . . 
Cochrane, Edward . . . 


Toronto, West. 


Bourassa, J, Henri .\ 


Northumberl'd (O.), E. R. 

Brockville. 

r>ighy. 


Bourbonnais, Aiigustin .... 
Britton, Byron Moffat 


Comstock, Wm. Henrv. . . . 
Copp, Albert J, S....' 



n 



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[1900 



iai 



'I 

'4 



NAMK OK MKMBKR. 



CONHTITUKNCY. 



Corby, Henry 

Cost,ij,'aii, Hon. Joliii 

Cowan, Muhlon K 

Urai^, Ihoniati I) 

Davies, lion. Sir Louih II., 

K.C.M.U 

iJavis, T. <) 

Davin, Nicholas h' 

Uecheiiu, Arthur .M 

Demurs, Louis J 

Desniarais, Oililon 

Uoliell, Hon. lliohard Held. 

Domville, .lanicH 

Uoutflas, Jatne.s Motfat 

DugaH, Louis E 

Dupre, H 

Dynient, A. E 

Earle, Thoniiis 

Edwards, Wni. C 

Ellis, .John V 

Ert), Uilniaii Kiiiaey 

Ethier, Joseph Arthur C. . . 

Featherston, Joseph 

Ferguson, .lolin 

Kieldiiitf, Hon. VV. S 

Fisher, Hon. Sidney Arthur 
Fitzpatricli, lion, ("jliarles.. 

Flint, Thomas U 

B'ortin, Thomas 

Foster, Hon. (Jeorne K 

Fraser, Duncan C 

Frascr, .lohn 

Frost, Francis Theodore. . . . 

Ganon),', (Jilbert \V 

Gauthier, Joseph 

Gauvreau, C. .-V 

Gibson, W'm 

Gillies, Joseph A 

Gilmour, James 

Godbout, Joseph 

Graham, D 

Guillet, Geortfe 

Guitd, F. J 

HagKart, Hon. John G 

Hale, Frederick Hardinj,'. . . 

Haley, Allen 

Harwood, Henry S 

Henderson, David 

Heyd, C. H 

Hodgins, \Vm. T 

Holmes, Robert 

Huj^hes, Samuel 

Hurley, Jeremiah M 

Hutchison, William 

Injrram, Andrew B 

Johnston, Thomas G 

Jolv de Lotbinicre, Hon. Sir 

Henri, K.C.M.G 

Kaulbaeh, Charles E 

Kenf'w, James 

Kloek, James H 

Kloepfer, Christian 

Laiiderkin, Guorfje 

Lani>:, John 

LaKivifere, A. A. 

Laurier, Rij^ht Hon. Sir 

Wilfrid, G.C.M.G 

Laverjjrne, Louis 

Leduc, .los. A 

Lefjris, Joseph H 

Lemieux, Kod()li)he 

Lewis, William J 

liivinijston, .lames 

Logan, Hance J 

Macdouald, Augustine C... 

Macdoiiald, Peter 

Macdoriell, John Alexander. 

Mackie, Thomas 

MacLaren, Alexander F. . . . 

Maclean, Wni. F 

Ma(d'herson, Thomas H. . . . 

McAlister, John 

McCarthy, Leighton G 



Hastings, West Itiding. 
Victoria (N.I?.). 
Essex, South Kiding. 
Durham, East Kiding. 

Queen's, West (I'.E.I.). 

Saskatchewan. 

Assinilioia, West. 

L'Islet. 

Levis. 

Montreal, St. James. 

Quebec, West. 

King's (N.H.). 

Assinil)()ia, East. 

Montcalm. 

Montreal, SI. .Mary's. 

Algoma. 

Victoria (It.C). 

Russell. 

St. John Oily (N.Il.). 

Perth, South Kiding. 

Two Mountains. 

Peel. 

Renfrew, South Riding. 

Shelburnc cit Queen's (N.S.) 

Urome. 

Quebec (County). 

Yarmouth. 

Laval. 

Vork(N.H.). 

Guysborough. 

Laiubton, East Riding. 

Lecfls an<l Grenville. 

Charlotte. 

L'Assom|)tion. 

Temiscouata. 

Lincoln and Niagara 

Richmond (N.S.). 

Middlesex, East Riding. 

Heau<'e. 

Ontario, North Kiding. 

Northumberl'd (O.), W. R. 

Hoiiaventm-e. 

I,aiiark, South Kiding. 

Carleton(N.H.). 

Hants. 

Vaudreuil. 

Halton. 

Krant, South Kiding. 

Carleton(0.). 

Huron, W. R. 

Victoria (O.), N. Kiding. 

Hastings, East Riding. 

Ottawa. 

Elgin, East Riding. 

Lambton, W. K. 

Portneuf. 

Lunenburg. 

Peterboro', West Kiding. 

Nipissing. 

Wellington, South Ruling. 

Grey, South Riding. 

Peterboro', East Riding. 

Provencher. 

(Quebec, East. 

Drunnnond it .\rthabaska. 

Nicolet. 

Maskinong(5. 

Gasp6. 

Albert. 

Waterloo, South Riding. 

Cumberland. 

King's (P.E.I. ). 

Huron, East Riding. 

Selkirk. 

Renfrew, North Riding. 

Perth, North Riding. 

York (().), East Riding. 

Hamilton. 

Kestigoiiche. 

Sinicoe, N.K. 



N.\.MK OK ,MK.MHKK. 



.McClearv, William 

McClure", F 

McCormick, George 

McDougall, H. F 

McGregor, Wm 

Mctiiigan, .Malcolm 

McHiigh, Geiirge 

Mclnernev, («. V 

Mclnnes, William W. U. . . . 

Mclsaat;, Colin F 

McLellan, Bernard D 

Mc!.iennan, K. K 

McLeiman, Angus 

McMillan, John 

AfcMullen, .lames 

McNeill, Alexander 

Madore, J. Alex. Camillc... 

Malouin, Albert 

.Marcil, .loseph E 

Marcottc, FraiK^ois A 

.Martin, Alexander. ...... 

Martineau, Pi^rre K 

.Maxwell, lieorge Ritchie... 

.Meigs, Daniel Bishop 

.Migncault, K. .M. S 

Mills, John B 

Monet, Domini(|ue 

Monk, Frederick I) 

Montague, Hon. W. II. ... 

Moore, Alvin Hr.ul 

Morin, Jean Ba))tiste 

Morrison, Aulay 

Mulock, Hon. Wm 

Oliver, Frank 

Osier, Edmund Boyd 

Parmalee, Charles Henry. . 
Paterson, Hon. Wm. ..... 

Pemiy, Edward (!off 

Pettet, Willian) Varney . . . 

Pov)e, Rufus IT ! . . . . 

Pou|)ore, Willii m Jose))h. . 

Powell, H. A 

Pri'fontaine, Raymond. . . . 

Prior, Hon. Edward G 

Proulx, lsi<lore 

Quinn, .Michael J. F 

Ratz, Valentine 

Reid, John D 

Richardson, Robert Lome. 

Robertson, .lolm Ross 

Kobins(^n, James 

Roche, William James 

Roddick, Thomas G 

Rogers, David Dickson 

Rosamond, Bennett 

Ross, Jean A 

Russell, Benjamin 

Rutherford, J. G 

Savard, I'anl Mlmond 

Scriver, Julius 

Se.agram, .loseph E 

Semplc, Andrew 

Sifton, Hon. C 

Snitsinger, J. G 

Somerville, James 

Sproule, Thomas S 

Stenson, Michael Thomas. . 

Stubbs, William 

Sutherland, .lames 

Talbot, Oncsiphore Ernest 

Tarte, Hon. J. Israel 

Taylor, George 

Tisdale, Hon. David 

Tolmie, John 

Tucker, Joseph John 

Tupper, Hon. SirC, Bart 
Tupper, Hon. Sir Charles 

Ilibbert, K.C.M.G 

Turcot. George 

Tyrwhitt, Richard 

Wallace. N, Clarke 

Wilson, Uriah 

Wood, Andrew Trew 



CONkTITl'K.VCV. 



Welland. 

Colchester. 

.Muskoka. 

Cav)e Breton. 

Essex, North Riding. 

Middlesex, South Riding. 

Victoria (O.), S. Riding. 

Kent(N.B.). 

Vancouver. 

Antigonishe. 

Prince, Webt(P.E.L). 

Glengarry. 

Inverness. 

Huron, South Riding. 

Wellington, North Riding. 

Bruce, North Riding. 

llochelaga. 

Quebec, Centre. 

Bagot, il 

Champlain. 

Queen's, East (P.E.I. ). 

Montmagny. 

Burrard. 

Missis(|uoi. 

Yaniiiska. 

Aimaj)olis. 

Laprairie and Napierville. 

Jaccpies Cartier. 

Haldiniand and Monck. 

Stanstead. 

Dorchester. 

New Westminster. 

York (().), North Riding. 

Alberta. 

Toronto, West. 

Shefford. 

Grey, North Riding. 

Montreal, St. Lawrence. 

Prince ICdward. 

Comi)ton. 

Pontiac. 

Westmoreland. 

.Maisonneuve. 

Victoria (B.C.). 

Pres(^ott. 

Montreal, St. Ann's. 

Middlesex, North Kiding. 

Grenville, South Riding. 

Lisgar. 

Toronto, plast. 

Northumberland (N.B.). 

.Maripiette. 

Montreal, St. Antoine. 

Frontenac. 

Lanark, North Kiding. 

Rimouski. 

Halifax. 

Maodonald. 

Chicoutimi and Saguenay 

Huntingdon. 

Waterloo, North Riding. 

Wellington, Centre Riding 

Brandon. 

Cornwall and Storniont. 

Wentworth, N. and Brant 

Grey, East Riding. 

Richmond and Wolfe. 

Cardwell. 

Oxford, North Riding. 

BcUechasse. 

St. John and Iberville. 

Leeds, South Riding. 

Norfolk, South Riding. 

Bruce, West Riding. 

St. John(N.B.),City&Co. 

Cape Breton. 

Pictou. 

Megantic. 

Simcoe, South Riding. 

York (0.), West Ridlngr. 

Lennox. 

Hamilton. 



1900] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



121 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMiMONS. 



Clerk of the House, Sir John (J. Houriiiot, 
K.U.M.U., LLb., D.C.L., D.L #3,400 

Serjjeant-at-Annx, Lieiiteimnt-Colonel Ilenrj- K. 
Smith 2,400 

Clerk AmHtant, J.' B. II. Ijuplaiite '2,(l(M) 

Deputy Sergeaiit-ut-AniiH, U. W. liowie 1,2(XJ 

Chie/ Brunch. 
Clerk (>/ Voti'x and l'riicei'ilin;jH, and Secrvtarii 

to the Clerk oj' the Ununc, WilHaiii C. liowles.. 2,400 

Aggt. Clerk Wiitf/i and I'roceedimjx, II. 1*. Kiiij,'... 1,400 

Clerk of lioutinc and liccnidK, V. Miic(!illivray .. 2,400 

Clerk of MnglixU .lournalg, A. (;. 1). Taylor .... 2,400 

Agsigtant do, and Clerk <>/ J'ctitiong, .1. Dalloii . . 1,750 

Trannlator \'i)teK a)id J'rac'ifH, J. 11. K. (.'hiipluau 2,400 

Cleric of Sessional J'aper^, .1. A. I'olkiii^'lioriie .. 1,400 

Assistant French Journal Cleric, K. Tassti 1,200 

Examiner of I'riuale Hills, Clerk of Com. on 

Pub. Accounts, K. V. Hartiie.v 2,000 

Clerk of Stuudinij Committee On Private Bills 

and Standinjf Orders, Walter Todd 1,750 

Assistant do., and Cleric of IMiutes Committee, 

L. Charles I'anet 1,450 

Clerk of liailwaiis and Bunking and Commerce 

Committee, R. McG. Moffat 1,400 

Clerk, 2nd Class, G. I. Hart he 1 , 150 

Clerk, 3rd Class, .1. H. McLeod 1,000 

" " C.ll. Jones 700 

Law and Translation Branch, 

Law Clerk, V. A. McCorrl 3,200 

Assist. Law Clerk, A. H. O'Urieii 1,800 

Chief Pr. Trans., T. G. Coursolles 2,400 

Translators (each fion> .51,100 to 82,400), J. A. 

Genand, L. A. Frechette, I.. Lafranilioise, J. M. 

A. D. Desaulniers, K. \i. Hayes, II. II. Loueks, 

E. Perrin, E. Query, R. Treinlilay. 

Miscella neons Bra nch . 

Accountant, 1). C. Chanil)crlain 2,000 

Assistant Accountant, 1). \V. Cameron 1,S,')0 

Clerk of .^tatioiiery, and Supt. of Printing of Ses- 
sional Papers of Parliament, V.. K. (Clarke.. .. 1,7(H) 
Aisistant Clerk of Stutioneri/, U H. Scott 000 



Clerks, :!nd Class, N. Rohidon.x, #1,250, and H. F. 

Macdonell HilSO 

Clerks, .ird Class, VVilliaui Cairns* and VV, Dube, 

«ach 1,000 

Postmnstn; N. Mills 1,160 

AsKt. do., F X. Lemieu.x 1,000 

Curator of lieadin;/ Room, John L. Deacon 850 

Sergeaiit-at-Arms Branch. 

Chief Messenger, Ijiiuien I)til>6 1,300 

Assistant do. . N. Turjfeon 1,000 

Doorkeeper, C. R. Stewart 390 

OJieial Reporters of Debutes. 

Chief lieporter, A\hevt Uortou 2,000 

Hn(ilish Reporters, S. A. Abbott '2,000 

■•' " K. J. DujJKan 2,000 

T. 1'. Owens 2,000 

" A. C. Campbell 2,000 

George Simpson 2,000 

French Reporters, J. (). Marceau 2,000 

" " A. Desijardins 2,000 

Asst. to Chief Reporter, C. \V. Hoyce 1,000 

Printing of Parliament. 

Clerkof Joint Committee, John A. I'olkinghorne 300 

Stipt. of Distribution, E. Botterell 2,000 

Assistants, R. U. Davidson, $000, T. W. Alexander 700 

Libra rg of Parliament. 

iieneral Librarian, Alfred Diiclos DeCelles 3,200 

Parliamenlani Librarian, Martin Joseph Griffin 3,200 

First Class Cferk, Alfred Hamlyn Todd 1,800 

" " li. I'. Sylvain 1,750 

Second Class Clerk, M. C. MacCormac 1,400 

" " John Smith 1,100 

Third Class Clerk, C. A. Martin OCO 

" " T. Chalmers Gilmour 700 

\V. \V. Kd(far, H. A 400 

Chief Messenger and Caretaker, h. J. Casault 900 

Messenger, J. II. Dunlope 700 

T. C. \V. Lvnton 500 

" J. A. Beaudry 500 



Address — To the Honourable the House of (Jonnnons of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and Date.] Humbly sheweth. That, etc. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 

Minister of Justice and Attorney* leneral of 

Canada, Uon. David Mills, Q.C . '. .^7.000 

SoUeitor-deneral, Hon. Chas. Fitzpatrick, Q.C.. 5,000 

Deputy Minister, Edmund Leslie Xewcombe, Q.C. 4,(K)0 

Chief Clerks, A. Power, Q.C 2,60i) 

G. L. B. Fraser 2,400 

Minister's Private Secretary, J. D. Clarke 1.200 

Deputy's Secretary, .John Leslie 1,800 

Accountant, J. E. Narrawav. . . 1,400 

Penitentiary Hranch. 

Iiispector of Penitentiaries, Douj/las Stewart — 2,(iOO 

Accountant, Georjfc L. Foster 1,800 

Clerk, H. B. S. Lane 1 ,400 

Dominion Police. 

Commissioner, A. P. Sherwoml 2, UK) 

The Supreme Court of Canada. 
Registrar of Supreme Court and Kditor of 

Supreme Court Reports, K. R.Cameron 3,200 

Reporter, C. H. Masters 1,000 

Assistant Reporter, L. W. Coutlee 1,500 

The Kxcheipier Court of Canada. 

Registrar, L. A. Audette 2,575 

Reporter, Charles Morse 1,500 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 

.Minister of Cwloms, Hon. William Palerson .... 7,000 

Commissioner, John McDouj^ald 2,800 

Minister's Private Secretary, John Bain 1,200 

Accountant, R. R. Farrow 1,650 

Chief Clerk of Statistics, F. G. Bennet 1,750 

Chief Clerk of Correspondence, T. A. D. Bliss. . . . 1,350 



Inspectors of Ports, D. D. O'Meara, W. H. Hill, J. 
8. MacLaren, Geo. H. Younjr, J. S. Clute, 
Alfred Boultbre, Alex. McKay, A. Shaw, T. 
Olappison, each 82,000 

Chief Inspector, S. W. MuMichael 2,500 

Board of Appraisers. ., 

Chairman, John McDouf^ald 

Dominion Appraiser and Secretary, G. W. Jessup 1,300 

coMiKCTORs OK cusroMS— From $4,000 to 8300 each. 



Amher.'it. W. I). Main. 
Amherstlnirg, Geo. Gott. 
Annapolis, K. McCorniactk. 
Antiifonish, A. Hoyd. 
Ariehat, K. P. Flvnn. 
Baddeck,.]. McDonald. 
Barrin(/ton, D. Sartreant. 
Bathur.yt, J. K. Baldwin. 
Berlin, F. Col<nihoun. 
Belleville. W. Webster. 
i Bou')nanriUe, J. Rankin 
Brantfiird, II. B. Leeminj;. 
Bridgetown, S. S. RuirKlP**- 
Brockville, W. H. Jones. 
Calgary, Amos Rowe. 
Canso, Thos. C. Cook. 
Charlotte-town, .las. Currie. 
Chatham, MB. , I ). Fer),fuson 
Chatham, O, R. Steplanson 
Coaticook, John B. Daly. 
Cobourij, A. Leavitt, .Acting 
Collingwood, Geo. Watson. 
Cookshire, A. Ross. 
Cornwall, John Berfjin. 



Dfi//i«Kj<iV,\V.Montjroniery. 
Deseronto, R. Rayburn. 
Digby, J. M. Viets. 
Fort '.'..•■e, James Lawson. 
Fr'deritton, A. F. Street. 
Gait, Thos. Peck. 
Gananonue ..\. Otniiston. 
tiaspi', A. .1. Kavanagh. 
(ioderich, Ashcr Farrow. 
Guelph, J. Hallett. 
IIalifax,\'V.U. Harrington. 
Haiiidton, F. E. Kilvert. 
Ilemmin'fford, F.S. Proper. 
Dope, E. J. W Burton. 
Kentville, V C. Rand. 
A' ui^.s'<oii, Clarke Hamilton. 
Lindsay, D. Browne. 
Liverpool, J. H. Dunlop 
Ijdckeport, Jaa. R. Rujfgles. 
London, Robert Reid. 
Lunenburg, A. B. Coldwell. 
Marg'tsviile, D. W. Landers 
Moncton, I. W. Binney. 
Montreal, R. S. White. 



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lUorrinh'g, A. J. Laflaniino. 
Sanaimo, li. II. Smith. 
Napanee, T. K. Anderson. 
N. Varl'le, 1*. 0. heiiuchesii*' 
Neweaxtle, N.B., \V. A.Fark 
NewWeHtmiimter, V. (Jriiiit 
Siaijarat'ttUx, A. Uoylo. 
NitHhStidue}i,t\M.\\a.m\\'n 
Onhawa, (Jeo. K. lilaniey. 
Ottawa, J. W. Russell. 
Oiven Sound, J.C.Stephens 
Paris, Thomas Hull. 
Parmboro', K, Uillespie. 
Perci', W. Klyiin. 
Peterburo' , R. .Stevenson. 
Picton, Walter T. Ross. 
Pietuu, M.S., I), McDonald 
Port Arthur, A. M. Wiley. 
Pt.JIawkeub'ii, .JCIiourinoi 
Pt. Hood, K. I> Treniaine. 
PMon, W. l-ynch. 
PrcHcott, K. Jessu)). 
Quebec, J. B. Forsyth. 
Rimouski, J. A. Martin. 
Sackville, W. C. Milner. 
Sarnia, U. N. Matheson. 
Sawif A7e Afnrie.H I'liinnner 
Shelbtirne, W. W. Atwood. 
Sherbrooke, J. II. Riuhard. 
Simcoe, John Matthews. 



Sorei, J. Mathiei.. 
Sr Andrewii,C.hl. Gove 
S<. Armand, E. A. Rourret 
lS^ Catharine*, J. E. (Julte. 
S^ Uyaiinthe, J. A. Haniel 
Sr ./o/in, iV.B.,J. R. Ruel. 
Sr../o/i«V,y.,lI. W. Woml. 
S<. Stephen, H'y Graham. 
S<. Thomax, W. Y. Emery. 
Stanntead, H.T. Merriman. 
Stratford, J. (J. Mess. 
Suminernide, C. W. Strong. 
Sutton, J. Dunn. 
Si/dneji, R. Mi' Donald. 
y7iC('« Hive/K, v. B. V'anasst- 
Toronto, John Small. 
Trenton, K. J. McGiiire. 
Truro, G. I'. Nelson. 
TrtncoMwr, J. M. Bowell. 
^V(;^<»•l«, A. R. Millie. 
Wttlhweb'ii, II V Deeminjf Aff 
WeinnoutU, N. B. Jones. 
Whitby, 3. R. I'hilp. 
H"m(/((o»-,iV&,H.W.I>imock 
Windmr, (>., S. E, Martin. 
Winnipe i, Thos. Scott. 
Woodstock, S.li., W. T. 

Drysdale. 
W"rfj(<cA-,0.,W.H.VanIn>{en 
Varntuuth, W. H. Moody. 



DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE. 

Minister of Inland Itevcnue, Sir Henri Joly de 
Lotbiniere, K.U.M.G |7,000 

Coynmissioner and Coni'r of Standards, E. Miall. . 4,000 

Assistant Commissioner and Chief Inspector, 
W. J. Gerald ." 3,000 

Secretary to Minister, H. E. Houohette 600 

Secretary's Branch. 

Chief Clerk and Sucretanj, W. Himsworth 2,400 

Ass't Secrelani and Stenographer, W. Carter . . . 1,800 
Clerks, F. Newbv, 81,400 ; C. W. Winter, «1,J00 ; 
A. McCuUoch, Jii-.iO ; J. A. LeBel, §1,100. 

Printing and Forms, F. K. Blatch 1,400 

Stamps and Instruments, Geo. Fowler 1,400 

Accountant's Branch. 

Accountant and Chief Clerk, F. R. E. Campeau. 2,200 

Assistant Accountant, C. R. Hall 1,80U 

Clerks. J. E. Valin, §1,800 ; J. A. Doyon, «1,450 ; 

J. Byrnes, *!1,400; It. C^uain, »1,400; J. I'. 

Dunne, 81,400; John Burns, *1,400; W. A. 

Halliday, ^00 ; P. A. Hughes, 81.100. 

Statistics. 
Clerks, J. ,F. Shaw, «l, 550; F. We.stnmn, 1^1,400 ; 
L. E. Hudon, #1,100. 

, 0UT8IDB 8RRVICK. 

Standards. 
Chief Electrician, O. Hitman 

A nalysts. 

Chief Analyst, Thos. Macfarlaiie 

Assistant Analyst, A. McGill 

A. L. J. rourchot 

Laboratory Clerk, Jas. Watson 

Inspectors of Inland Revenue. 

Windsor District . .James Gow Windsor . 

Toronto " ..John Morrow Toronto.. 

Kinjrston " . .W. L. Hamilton. . Belleville. 
Montreal " .. J. T. Beauchamp. Montreal 
Quebec " . .C. .J. Uinfret,M.D Quebec. 

N. Br'nsw'k " ~\ 

Burke St.John.N.B. 



Nova Scotia " 
I'. E. Island " 
Manitoba " 
B. Columbia ' 



y 



«2,400 



2,200 

1,000 

1,150 

900 



2,50(1 
2,500 
2,500 
l.XOO 
2,5l'(i 

2,200 



J. K. Barrett Wiiuiipep.. . . 2, .500 

. . Wm. Gill Victoria .... 2,500 

Inspector of Bonded Factories, J. Morrow, Toronto. 

FINANCE DEPARTMEr J. 

Mi^vster of Finance, Hon. William S. Fielding.. $7,000 
Deputy Minister and Secretary Treasury Board, 
J. M. Courtney, C.M.G ' 4,200 



Ag$istant Deputy Minister, W. Fitzgerald (Super- 
intendent of Insurance) 

Comptroller of Dominion Currency, F. Toller. . . . #2,600 

Dominion Book-keeper, M. G. Dickieson 2,400 

■secretary, C. W. Tread well 2,150 

Chief Clerk Sarings Bank Branch, J. Eraser.. . . 2, (MM) 
Secretary to Minister, Clement B. Burns . . 1,000 

First Class Clerks, G. Lowe, C. A. Gough, J. Mc- 

Nicol, N. S. Garland, S. J. Jenkins, T. C. 

Hoville, »l,4tM» to 1,800 

Accountant of Continytncies, W. II. Hayes 1,400 

Insurance Branch. 

'Superintendent, W. Fitzgerald a,500 

Chief Clerk, A. K. Blackadar 2,050 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Minister of Public Works, Hon. J. Israel Tarte . . 17,000 

Deputy Minister, A. Gobeil 3,200 

Secretary, E. F. E. Roy 2,100 

Chief Knyineer, Louis Coste 8,400 

Chief A rchitect, D. Ewart 3,000 

Chief Accountant, A. G. Kingston 1,800 

Private Secretary, Fred. (t6linas 

Engineering Branch. 
ChicJ Clerk, R. Steckel 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Postmaster-General, Hon. Wm. Miilock, Q.C. .. 
Private Secretary to Postmaster-General, E. H. 

Laschinger 

Deputy Postmuster-General, R. M. Coulter 

First Class Clerk, W. E. Bennett 

Secretary's liranch. 

.'Secretary, W. D. LeSucur, B.A 

First Class Cler!:s, Le F. A. Maingy, 81, 500 ; A. 

W. Throop, $1,800; C. Pope ! 

Second Class Clerks, J. M. O'Leary, F. G. Moon, 

J. H. Brown, B. M. Northrop, E. L. Bunel, E. 

II. Laschinger, C. P. \'. Birvard $1,100 to 

Accffuntant's Branch. 

Accountant, W. J. Johnstone 

First Class Clerks, John Graham, G. C, Anderson, 
Walter Rowan $1,400 to 

Second Class Clerks, E. H. Benjamin, L. Blanchet, 
A. H. McLennan, D. F. McCarthy, L. H. Pouliot, 
N. G. D'Auteuil, W. Greaves, D. A. Barrett, 
T. Mc(irail, M. K. Dunlevie, H. S. Shaw, C. O. 
Doucet $1,200 to 

Money Order Branch. 

Superintendent, G. F. Everett 

First Class Clerk, S. S. Thorne 

Second Class Clerk.'<, J. F. Wall, $1,400, J. C. Bonner 

Savings Bank Branch. 

Superintendent, W. H. Harrington 

Second Class Clerks, J. Rose Smith, W. H. Eagle- 
son, J. H. Fairweather, W. H. Kreps, W. H. 
McCuaig each 

Postal Stores Branch. 

Controller, Sidnev Smith 

First Class Clerk, W. I>. O'Brien 

Second Class Clerk, R. Greenfield 



Dead Letter Branch, 

Superinteitdent, John Walsh 

First Class Clerks, G. R. White 

G. J. Binks 

Second Class Clerks, V. J. Brennan ... . 
" J. A. Macdonald. . . 

Mail Service Branch. 

Su)>erintendent, A. Lindsay 

First Class Clerk, W. Smith, B.A 

Second Class Clerk, H. W. GrifBn 



Postage Stamp Branch. 

Superintendent, K. P. Stanton 

First Class Clerk. E. Dauhney 

Second Class Clerks. 11. II. Gray 

E. L.Taylor 



2,400 



$7,000 

400 
3,200 
1,050 



2,000 
1,450 

1,400 

1,850 
1,500 



1,400 



2,400 
1,650 
1,150 



$1,800 



1,400 



2,4(10 
1,450 
1,150 



2,150 
1,600 
1,400 
1,400 
1,100 



2,250 
1,550 
1,400 



1,050 
1,450 
1,400 
1,100 







\>i 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



123 



Uailwmj M'lil Scroire Branch. 

Cont toller, H. M. Ariiistroiijr 

Fimt Clam Clerk, U. O. V. Anlouiii 

Second Cluxs Clerk, V. K. Kochesior 

Puxt OJice / iinprctorn. 

Nova Scolia, C. J. Miicdoiiald, Halifiix 

Prince Edward Island, K. de HI. Croix Hrecken 
(Postmaster of Chuilottt'towii, and Assistant 
P. <). Inspector), Oharlottetown 

New Bruniiwick, N. It. Colter, St. John 

Qtifbec, A. Koldiic, (iuebui! 

Montreal, J. \V. liain 

Ottawa, F. Hawken, Ottawa 

Kingnton, II. iMerrick 

Toronto, .lames Ilenrlorson 

London, Ilenrv (i. Hopkirk 

ManitolmandN. tV.Ter., W.W. McLerxl.Winnipeif 

Britimh Columbia, E. II. Kletiher, Victoria 



■2,50() 
1 ,f.(K) 

1,1 r)U 

2,400 



2,200 
2,200 
2,2(K) 
2,('()0 
2,20(1 
2.0tH) 
2.200 
2,400 
2,400 
2,200 

DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

Minister of Railwayx <(• Canals, Hon. A. G. Blair 87,000 
Deitutji-Minister cfc Chief Km] ineer, C Sclireibur, 

C.M.(i.. '. 6,000 

Seerelary and Chief Clerk, L. K. .loncs 2,20(1 

Accountant, Chief Clerk, S. Leonard Sliannon. . . 2,0,W 

Chief Clerk Records, .M. W. Maynard I,0.=i0 

First Class C/t>c*s—F. A. I)ixon,'sil,800; Neil Stew- 
art, Sl,800; L. II. Kilteau, 81,8(K); .1. K. W. 

Currier, Sl,800; Gerard (J. Ruel, «1,HOO; J. W. 

Puifsley, S1,,',00; C, E. I). Chubbuck, 81,4.50. 
Second Class Clerks— \. V. Al, ion, 81,400; Rich'd 

Devlin, «1,4(K); \V. B. Almon Hill, $1,400; C. 

W. Uoss, *1,400; II. Le B. Uoss, S1,:{.''>0 ; J. L. 

Payne, 81,;i.50; L. I). Dion, §1,100; L. N. 

Fortier, $1,200. 

DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFFJTCE. 

Minister of Militia and Defence, Surgeon Lieut. - 

Colonel the Hon. F. W. Borden S7,000 

Defiuty Minister, XAewiCnX. L. F. Pin.iult 3,200 

Chief Clerk, Benjamin Suite i,\)M 

Secretarji of Department, Capt. Alphonse Benoit 1,800 
Minister's Private Secretary, H. W. Brown 

Aci-ount Branch. 
Chief Clerk atid Accotmtant, J. W. Borden 2,400 

Stnres Branch. 
Chief Superintendent of Military Stores and 
Keeper of Militia Properties, Lieut. -Col. D. A. 
Macdonald 2,800 

Enyineer Branch. 

Chief Engineer, Paul Weathcrhe 1 ,4.50 

Asst. Engineer, Capt. G. S. Maunsell 1,100 

Military Branch. 

General Officer Commandiny, Major Gen. E. T. 
H. Hutton, C.B., A.D.C. to the (^ueen ; pay and 
allowanres fiO,00() 

A D.C., Captain A. C. Bell (.Scots (iuards). ...pay 1,000 

Adjxitant-Gencral, Col. the Honourable Matthew 
Aylmer pay and allowances 3,200 

Quarter-Master General, Col. Hubert Foster, 
It. E pay and allowances 3,200 

Assistant Adjutant-General for Artillery, Lieut.- 
Col. VV. H.' Cotton pay and allownnce.s 2,S0O 

Assi,itant Adjutant-General, Major Robert Cart- 
wrisfht pay and allowances 2,800 

OjUcer Comm.'indinff Canadian Artillery, Lieut. - 
Col. F. G. Stone pay and allowancus 

Director-General Medical Sta If, Sina. Lieut. -Col. 
J. L. H. Neilson, M.D., R.C.A., pav and allow- 
ances '. 2,800 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 

Minister of the Interior, Hon. Clifford Sifton 87,000 

Deputy Minister of the Interior, Jas. A. Smart . . 3,2(ii) 

Private Secreiarifto Minister, Allan P. Collier. . . 1,.'>00 

Lata Clerk, T. G. Rothwell 2,000 

Secretary, ,lohn R. Hall 2,800 

Assistant Secretai-y, L. C. Pereira 1,800 

lleijistra- of Corre^imndence.K. i, Henry 1,9,')0 

Chief Cli'rk in Chanje of Timber and Mines, 

O.'lJ. Ryiey ' l.S.'-.O 

Clerk in. Charqe of Ordnance and Admiralty 

Lands, P. G.' Reyes l,f>50 



Senior Clerk, Head Office, Immigration Branch, 

Ottawa, L. M. Fortier l,f>60 

Patents Branch. 

Chief Clerk, W. M. Goodeve 8,400 

Assistant, N. (>. Ccte 1,000 

Accountant's Branch. 

Acting Accountant, V. H. Beddoe 1,800 

Svrvei/s Branch. 

Surreiior General, K. Deville 2,600 

Chief Astr(>noma;\\.V. King 2,100 

Astronomer, Gtto .1. Klot?! 1,800 

Clerk in Charge of Survey Records, F. Clflyton.. 1,800 

Gcograjiher, .Itimes While 1,(MM) 

nKI'AKTMKNT OK THK. INTKRIOR- OCTSIDB HKHVICR. 

Commissioner of Dominion Lands, .1. G. Turriff, 

Ottawa 3,000 

Superintendent of Mines, W. Pearce, Calgary. . . 8,000 
Inspector Dominion Lands Agencies, E. F. 

Stephenson, Winnipeg 

Supt. of Immiyration, Frank Pedley, Ottawa. . . 2,500 
Chief Inspector of Timber and Forestry, E. 

Stewart, Ottawa 2,l>00 

Inspector of Immigration Agencies in If. S., 

W. .1. White, Ottawa 2,000 

Dominion Lands Agents. 

Winnipeg E. F. Stephenson . 2,000 

Brandon W.C. de Balinhard 1,000 

Minnedosa John Flesher 1,200 

Kegina A. ,1. Eraser 1,005 

Yorkton I. M. Sutherland . 1,200 

Calgarv J.U.Sutherland.. 1,200 

Prince" Albert John .McTaggart . . 1,200 

Eilinonton R. A. Ruttan 1,400 

.'Vlameda Duncan McEwen . . 1,000 

Battleford R. F. Chisholni . . . .''lOO 

Lethbridge W. H. Cottingham 1,2(X) 

|)au]>hin F. K. Herchmer. . . 1,200 

Red Deer J G. Jcssup 1,000 

New Westminster, BC John McKenzie . . 1,400 

Kaniloops, B.C E. A. Nash 1,400 

Crown Timber Agents. 

Inspector of Crown Timber Agencies, and Crown Tim- 
ber Agent at Winnipeg, E. F. Stephenson 

Edmonton R. A. Ruttan 

Calgary J. R. Sutherland . . 

Prince' Albert John McTaggart. . 

New Westminster, B.C James Leamy 1,500 

Secretary to the LietU. -Governor of the District 

of Keewatin, Charles C. Patterson 600 

Registrars of the N.-W. Territories. 
Inspector of Xorth-West Land Titles Offices, and 

Rein'-strar Dist. of Assinibola, H.W.Newlands . 2,000 

West Saskatchewan District. . R. F. Chisholm. . . 1,000 

East .Saskiitchewan District.. S. Brewster 1,200 

District of South Alberta Horace ILarvey. . . 1,600 

District of North Alberta Georges Ilov 1,600 

Rocky Mountains Park of Canada, Banff, N.W.T., 

Superintendent, Howard Douglas 1,200 

Commr. of Immig'n, W. F. McCreary, Winnipeg 3,(K0 

Immigration Agents. 

General Colonization Agent, C. W. Speers .*2,0f 

Calgarv C. W. Sutter 1,20(1 

Montreal J. Hoolahan 1,200 

(,>uebec P. Dovle 1,400 

H.alifax, N.S John A. Kirk 1,200 

St. John, N.B S. Gardner 1.000 

Caretakers of Ordnance Lands. 

Chamblv, Q I. O. Dion 60 00 

(irand Falls, N.B Bertram Currier. . 200 00 

Leamington, Out Peter Conover 75 00 

The Yukon Territory. 

Coinmissiowr, William Ogilvie 5,000 

Gold Co /. m Issioner. E. V. Senkler 2,000 

Comptroller, John T. Lithgow 1,500 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DEPARTMENT. 

.Minister of the Interior, Hon. Clifford Sifton 

Deputii [lead and Director, Dr. G. M. Dawson, 

C.yi'.V,., LL.D., V.U.^ $3,200 

Assistant Director and Geologist, Robert Bell, 

LL.D., M.D., F.R.S.C 2,400 



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124 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1900 



AsuiHtanl Director, I'ala'onUdoaixt and Xiioliiijiiit, 

J.V. WhiU'iivf.s. K.K.S.U., K.IJ.H *2,4('»0 

AntiiHtant Direclar, Chemixl and Mincrnlmjist, 

O. C. Hoffimimi, LL.I)., h'.I.U., F.K.S.L' 2,400 

AHHtHtant Dincttir, IMiiiuhI and NatiiraliHt, 

John Mttcoiiii, K. L.S., K. ll.S.C 2,2:.0 

Mining tJngincer and Grolm/int, E. I). Iti^rall, 

M.K., A.K.S.M '. I.IMIO 

Accountant, John Marahall 1,8(X) 

Chief l)rau<fhts)nan and Geographer, V. (>. St!'ii(i- 

cal, H.A.Mc l.HOO 

OeologixlH, 11. W. Klls, M.A., l.l<.I)., Hiitrh Flet- 
cher, H.A., It. O. .McOoniiell, ll.A., eiich i<!2,l.'>i); 
Albert P. Low, IJ.A.Sc, •il.S.'io ; Rolii-rt Clml- 
mers, \Vii>. MuIiiiich, H.A.Sc, K. K. h'urihiiult, 
each .*1,65(); Alfred E. Harlow, M.A., .Sl.ri.'iO ; 
Jan. McEvov, H.A.Sc, .•*1,4(M) ; I). It. Dowliiijf, 
U.A.Hc, i!jil.;«i(); K. \V. Hrock, .\I. A., H.A.Sc, 
81,10(1 ; J. O. Owilliin, H.A., i^^O.^^iO. 
Artint and AxxiHtant l'<tliVoiit(d<igixt, L. M. 

[.^inbe, F.U.S l,(ir.O 

A»HiHtant XaturaliKf, ,1. .M. .Mactourd l,f)ri<i 

AnHiHtant Curator, C. W. Willimott 1,400 

Asxifitant Chcinixtn, F. (!. Wait, M.A., ijtl.SOO, 

It. A. A. Johnston, sil,2()(). 
AHsixtaM I'almintoloiiist, lleiirv M. Anil, M.A., 

D.Sc, F.U.S ' '. l,(ir)0 

Amintant Draughtsman, L. N. Itidiard, H.A.Sc. 1,(MK) 

Muxeum Amiititant, 11. I,. Hroadlient 1,400 

Librarian, .lohn Thorburn, LL.D 800 

Caretaker, Thos. Hiirke 700 

MenHenger, Allan MoKinncn 500 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 

IN8IDK SKRVICK. 

Superintendent-tieneral, Hon. Clifford Sifton. . . . 

Deputji Su/it.-deneral, Jas. A. Smart 

Chief Clerk and Secretarii, .). I». McLean .*2,0()0 

Chief Clerk and Anst. Secretarii, S. Stewari 1,800 

Chief Cleric and Lair Clerk, Itetfinald Uimnier. . 2,0fM) 

Chief Clerk and Accountant, I). G. Scott 1,9.50 

First Clann Clerks, V. \\. Smith, Sl.nno; .lolni 

McCJirr, 5il,630; Wni. A. Orr, .*l,.''i()0; Itobcrt 

G. Dalton, .'?1,4,')0; Jas. A.J. .McKenna, SI, 400; 

Samnel Hra.v, D.L.S., .•?l,400. 
Second Class'Clerks, II. C. Kosx, .•*1,4(I0; James 

J. Campbell, .*1,400 ; Edwin Kooheister, *!, 400 ; 

Hiram .McKav, !!!1,20() ; Martin Henson, «!1,150; 

H. J. Hrook,"!*l,100; A. E. Keni]»,!»I,lOO ; J. I). 

Sutherland, iil.KiO ; J. W. Shore, s!l,lfO ; J. H. 

Antliff, D.T..S.,. ^1,100. 

Packer, Henjamin Ila.vter noo 

Messewjers, William Scale, .*420 ; .Inlin Ackland . . 300 



OFKICKRS OK 0(IT81I)K SKRVICK AT IlKADQrARTKRS. 

Clerk in Accountant's liranch, F. II. I'ajfet ],M0 

Insp. Indian Agencie.iand Itesenvs, J. A. Macrae 1^(100 
Inspector of Timber, Geo. Lan>f Chity 1/200 

01T.SIDK SKRVICK. 

Ontario. 

Clerks, D. S. Hill, Hrantford ; A. M. Ironside. Maiiitowii'fj 
Medicd OJl'frs, F. H. .Mitchell, M.l)., Delaware; L,. 

Secord, M.l)., Hrantford. 
Guardian of Islands, o. V Ooulette, Oananoque. 
Indian Lands Agents, Wm. Simpson, Wiarton; Clias. J. 

Blomfield, Lakefield. 



Indian Agents. 



Abbott, W. Van, Sault Ste. 

Marie. 
Anderson, Geo., Marysville. 
Bennett, E., Cormac. 
Cameron, E. I)., Hrantford. 
Entrlish, A., Sarnia. 
Hainan, S., Thessalon. 
Hodder,J.F.M.,l'ortArthur 
xMaclean.W. H., Parry Sound 
McDonald, A. R., Duart. 
McFarlane, Wm., Keene. 
McGibbon.C, Penetan<,''iie. 



Mclver, J., Cape Croker. 
McKel vev, A. . Wallaceburuf. 
Mcl'hoe, 1). J.. Atherley. 
Scottield, J., Chippawa Hill 
Siins,C!.L. D.,ManitowaIlin^■ 
Sinclair, A., I'oplar Hill. 
Stewart, Uuiih, Ha^jersville 
Thackeray, J., Koseneath. 
Thorburn, J. H., Gore Hav. 
Williams, A. W. , Port Periy 
Yates, John, Virginia. 



(/ueliei— Indian Agent*. 



BaHtlen,A.O.,Jeune Lorette 
Heaulieii, Ed., Ciicouna. 
Bro<*Meuii, A. , Caiit(hnuwaK'a 
Coniiru, A. <»., .M.l)., St. 

Frani.'oisdii l.ac. 
DeHiletM. C. O. If., M.D., 

Hecancour. 
l>onahuc,W.T.A ,Pte.Hleue 



(Jajrnc, llev. J., Maria. 
(iaK'iion, A., KersimlH. 
EoiiK, George, St. Hen in. 
.McHride, A., North Teiiiis- 

caminuue. 
McCaffif'y,VV. J. ,Itiv. Deiiert 
Pitre, Jeremio, St. Alexis 

de .Metapedia. 



Medical Officer, Ed. A. Mulligan, M.D., Maniwaki. 



Sofia Scotia — 

Buckwith,C. E., Steam Mills. 

Cameron, Kev. A., Christ- 
mas Island. 

De .Molitor, J. J. E.,Shel- 
l)urne. 

Eraser, Itev. J., St. Peter's. 

Harlow, C, Caledonia Cor. 

Macd(>'<ald, A. J., Haddeck. 

McDoi ald,J.U.,Heatherton 

McDonald, llev. It., Eureka 



Indian Agents. 
Mclsaac, Itev. D.,Glendalo. 
McManus, Itev.C. E., Sheet 

Harbour. 
Purdv, .las. II., Hear Itivcr. 
Hand", F. A., M.D., Parrs- 

boro'. 
Smith, T. U., Truro. 
Wallace, A., Shiihcnacndie. 
Wells, Georjfe, Mochelle. 
Wiialen,Wm. H., Vannouth 



iVcjy Brunsicick. 
Indian Agrnts, Wm. D. Carter, Itichiliiicto ; James 

Farrell, Fredericton. 
Medical Ojjlei'rs, John S. Henson, .M.D., Chatham ; Geo. 

C. \'anwart, .M.D., Tobicjue. 

I'rincc F.dward Island. 
Indian Superintendent, J. O. Arsenault, Hiijri,'iirs Road. 

British Columbia. 

Indian Superintendent, A. W. Vowell, Victoria. 
Clerks, .Tosejih W. JIackay, Victoria ; William H. Mac- 

Latijfhlin, Victoria. 
Surcegor, A. 11. Green, Victoria. 

Indian Agents. 

Hell, Ewen, Clinton. i Irwin, A., Kamloops. 

Devlin, F., New Westmins'r Loinas, W. fl., t^uamichan. 
Gall>raith, R. L. T., Fort' Lorinsf, R. E., Hazelton. 

Steele. i Pidcock, It. H.,CapeMudffe 

Ouillod, H., Alberni. I Todd, Chas., Metlakatla. 

Manitoba, Keewatin and North-West Territories. 
Indian Commissioner, Hon. D. Laird, Winnii)eK.*'U,200 

Secretani, J. H. I^asli, Winnipei; 1,500 

Clerk, A. McDonald, Winnipeg. 1.400 

" G. E. Jean, " 900 

Inspectors. 

Winnipeg Inspei;torafe, E. Mct'oll, Winnii)efr .'?2,400 

Calgarg " T. P. Wadsworth, Calgary 2,200 

Qn\iii,,elie " A. McGibbon, Qu'Appelle 2,200 

Rattleford " W. J. Chishohn, Pr. Albert. 1,800 

Rat I'ortane " L.J.A.I/'VcqucIlatP'fge. 1,800 

Lake Manitoba " S. It. .Marlatt, P. la Prairie 1,800 

Survetjor in charge, A. W. Ponton, D.L.S., Winnipeg 1,800 
Inspectorofli. C. Indian Schools, G. A. Hetournay, 

M.A., Winnipeg 1,200 

Medical Officers, J. D. Lafferty, M.l)., Gleifihen.. . .1,800 
F. X. Girard, M.l)., Macleo<l .... 1,000 

Indian Agents. 
Hegg, Magnus, Fort Frances. | Markle, J. A., Birtle. 



Courtnev, J., The Pas. 
Daunais, V. M., Hattleford. 
(iibboiis, Jas., Edmonton. 
Goodfellow, W. B., Mista- 

wasis. 
Graham, W. M., t^u'Ap 

pclle. 
Grant, W. S.. Hor,l)roke. 
Halpin, H. It., Farmer-iii- 

oharge.CanningtoiiManor 
Jones, W. E., Cut (5. 
Mann, G. G., Saddle Lake. 



.Martineau, H., Kutawa. 
I Mitchell, J. A., Qu'Appelle. 
McKenzie, It. S., Duck Lake 
.McNeill, A. J., Calgary. 
Short, J. W., Berens River. 
Sibbald, Wm., Onion Lake. 
Swinford, S., Portage la 

Prairie. 
Wheatley, G. H., Gleichen. 
Wilson, .lames, Macleod. 
Wilson, R. N., .Macleod. 
Wright, J. P., Broadview. 



Clerks, H. A. Carruthers, Kutawa ; A. E. Lake, Edmon- 
ton ; J. W. Jowett, Broadview. 

Farmers in Charge. 
Aapdin, T. W., Wolseley. | Bangs, E. J., Morley. 



1900] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



125 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFnOE. 

Atiditnr (ieixfral, .1. L. McDoinfall, M.A., C.M.()..»4,00O 
Chitf Clerk, Kxchei]nfr Branch, K. D. Sutherland. 2,lfi(' 

Chief Clerk, Uft^mie Ihanch, .1. (Jonuaii 2,10(» 

Chief Clerk, Kxpenditure lirnnch, K. Havter, H.A. S.KXi 
PuHt Clautt Clerko. .1. I». !Siin|moii, #1,8(X); A. H. 

Hudaoii. B A.; J. \V. Heid, H.A.; W. Kearns, each l,4.'iO 
AUn I, Seennd Clann Clerka and li Third Clans Clerk». 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING AND 

STATIONERY. 

Queen' n Printer and Comptroller of Stationery, 
S. E. bawson »3,2()0 

Acrountant'n Branch. 
Accountant, W. (iliddoii 2,3f>0 

Printinff Branch. 
Superintendent oj Printimj, \V. McMa)ioii 2,(ir)0 

Stationer!/ Branch. 
Superintendent of statlimeri/, Kraiik Oouldtlirite. I,4ri0 

DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 
OF CANADA. 

Secretary of State and lieijinlrar-di'iieral, Hon. 

R. W. 'Soott »7,000 

Under Secri'tani of State and Deputy Regixtrar- 

General, .loseph' Pojie 3,200 

nhief Clerk, P. I'elletier 2.400 

Private Secretary to the Mininter, Arthur Urophy I.-IOO 

Correspondence Branch. 
First Class Clerks, F. Colson, Accountant, ?1,800 ; 
G. Eiiiond, ihit^O; .1. F. Waters, M.A., Jl.e.^"). 
Five second and three third-i-la-ss clerks. 

Jieyistry Branch. 
First Class Clerks, I. W. Storr, «1,700; A. O. Lea- 
royd, *l,550 ; V. T Kirwan, *l,,V)0. Four 
gecoiid and two third cla.ss clerks. 

Records Branch. 

Chief Clerk, Keeper oi Records, A. Audet 2,400 

And two third-<'la8s clerks. 

Board of Civil Service Examiners. 
Chairman, .). Thortnirn, M.A., IJ..D., 8400; 

A. 0. UeCelles, Lit. D., F.K..S.C., S400 ; J. C. 

Olashan, IJ-.l)., *4(K). 
Secretary, W. Foran 200 

DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries, Hon. Sir 

Louis H. bavies, K.C.M.CJ 87,000 

Detiutti Minister of Marine and Fisheiies, Major 

F. Oourdeau 3,200 

Chief Clerk, .1. Hardie 2,400 

Chief Clerk ami Accountant, A. W. Owen 2,000 

Chief Kngioeer and General Superintendent of 

iJyhthouses, W. V. Anderson 2,(i00 

Commissioticr and General Inspector of Fisheries, 

E. E. Prince, B.A., F.L.S 2,200 

Assistant Fuiiimer, \V. H. Dawson, C.E 2,0,')0 

Hi/drographic Surveiior, W. .1. Stewart 1,800 

Chief Clerk, Marine, \V. L. Mau'ee 2,('()0 

Chief Clerk, Fisheries, H. N. Veiuiinjr 1,900 

Commander O. U. V. Spain, K.N., ComniiindinK 

Fisheries Protection Service, Charlottetoxvn, 

P. E. 1 1,000 

Private Secretary to the Minister, W. C. Gordon. 
SO Clerks with salaries raiiffing from §400 to $1,700 

per annum. 

A [rents— (From 82,200 to .*1,400 each), 



Victoria, H.C.Jas. Gaudin 
Charlottetown, \^ j^^^^ 



harlottetown, 1 . 
P.E.I /-^ 



Quebec J. U. Gregory 

St..Iohn, N.B. F..I. Harding 
Halifax, 24. S J. Parsons 

Superintendents of ^ iqhts. 

Halifax, N.S., C. A. Hutchins 81,600 

Ottawa, P. Hartv 1,400 

St. John, N.B., John Kelly 1,200 

Quebec, G. D. O'Farrell 1,100 



Board of Examiners, Musters and Mates. 

Chairman, W. H. .Smith, U.N.R., Halifax Ul.SOO 

Clerk, A. G. Gilpin 600 



Halifax I). Hunter 

St. John, N.B.W. Thomaii 
St. Catharines. W..M<Ilwain 
Ottawa. M. P. .McElhinney 
Kildonan E. I). Tinling 



Klngoton T. P. Taylor 

Quebec W.C. Beaton 

Victoria, H.C.Je. Gaudin 
Varmouth.N S.J. E. Murphy 
Sydney, N.S... A. J. Wolif 



Inspectors oj Boilers and Machinery. 

Chairman Board S.S. Inspectors, E. Adams, 
( )ttawa 

Halifax, N.S. J. P. Es.laile 
St.John, N.H.W. L. Waring 

Toronto Jas. Johnston 

Toronto lohn Dodds 

Kingston, T. P. Thompson 
Quebec J. Samson 



•1,700 
Kat Portage.. G. P. Phillips 

Montreal W. Laurie 

•Montreal L, Arpin 

Victoria, H.C.. J. A.Thomson 
Vancouver Vacant 



S. R. Hill 

Kingston Alex. Horn 

Victoria, B.C., R. Collister 
Vancouver Vacant 



Inspectors of Hulls. 

Toronto W. Evans | Halifax, N.S. . 

Quebec P. Brunelle 

Ottawa. M. P. .McElhinnev 
St. John, N.B... I. J. Olive 
Rat Portage G P. I'hilllps 

Inspector of Government Steamers and Fog Alarms, 
I). Stevens. 

Harbour Commissioners— Chairmen. 

Toronto A. B. Lee I Quebec J. B. I^aliberte 

Montreal H. Mackay | 

Superintendent Meteorological Si:rvice, Toronto, 
R. F. Stupart residence and 81,800 

Director of Observatoqi, St. John, N.B., D. L. 
Hutchinson 950 



Inspectors of Fisheries. 

General Inspector Province o/ Qiiel>er and Mari- 
time Provinces, Hon. P. Mitchell, Montreal... 

Nora Scotia, District A'n. /, A. C. Bertram, 
North Sydney 

Nora .Sr.of jVj, District So. ?, Robt. Hockin, Pictou 

Niivn .<^cotia. District No. ,1, L. S. Ford, Milton.. 

New Brunswick, District No. 1, J. H. Pratt, 
St. Andrews 

New Brunswick, District No. 2, Robt. A. Chaji- 
man. Moncon 

Neiv Brunswick, District No. S, H. S. Miles, 
Oromocto 

Ontario, O. B. Sheppard, Toronto 

A. G. DuTican, Mnrksville 

F. H. Cunningham, Ottawa 

Prince Kdward Island, J. A. Matheson, Campbell- 
ton 

Quebec, W. Wakeham, Gaspe Basin 

N. Lavoie. .M.D., L'Islet 

A. H. Bellivrau, Ottawa 

British Columbia, C. B. Sword, New West- 
minster 

N.-W. Territories. E. W. Miller, Fort Qu'Appelle. 

Manitoba, F. W. Colcleugh, Selkirk 



1,800 

900 
900 
700 

900 

800 

400 
1,500 
1,200 



900 

1,600 

600 



1.000 
700 
600 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Sidney Fisher 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Connnis- 

sinner of Patents, W. It. Scarth 

Secretary, A. L. Jarvi.s 

Private Secretary, T. K. Doherty 

Acting Accountant, F. C. Chittick 

Archives Branch. 
Archivist, D. Brymner 



Copyrights and Trade Marks Branch. 
Registrar, J. B. Jackson 

Patents Branch. 
Chief Clerk, W. J. Lynch. . . . *. 

Statistics Branch. 
Statistician, George Johnson. 



Assistant Statistician, E. H. St. Denis. 



$7,000 

3,200 
2,012 
l.S.'-.O 
1,100 



2,200 
2,300 
1,900 



2,400 
1,750 



126 



DOMINION OF CANADA— I'AHUAMKNTS SINCK I8()7. 



[1900 



fll^ 



Central Kxiievimental Farm, Ottawa, 

Director, Win. Hiiuiulurs. I.L.I)., K.K.H.C., K.I-.H. »4,00() 
Bolanut and Hiitomiiliiijinl, Jna, Fle'i'hiT, I.!.. D., 

K.HS.C, F.L.S l,»i)0 

CheiHwt, Frank T. Shutt, M.A., F.I.C., K.C 8.. . l,7(M) 

HurtirultnriHt, Wni. T. Muioun !,»«» 

I'tndtrn Mnnu'ifi; A. U. (iillH-rt WH) 

Aeciiuntanl,\\.n Hay 1,<hh» 

AHHintaiil tiotaniKt and KntnnioloniKt, J. A. 

Uuiifnard, H.A 8(H) 

AmiHtant CbftiiiHl, A. C/'liarran \,UM 

Serretnrji, VI. V. o'llanl.v 7(H) 

Farm Fiiremnii, .John FixliT 1,(KU) 

IlerdimiHii, II. H. Klliolt, n(H) 

Kxperimfntal Farm fur Mnritiinc I'mrinres, 
Sapiiaii, S.S. 

Supfrintendent, II. Rol)ertson 1, HH) 

IIortindturiHt, \V. N. HIair M)0 

Experimfnlal Farm fur Manitoba, Brandon, Man, 
Siiperinlei'dent, S. A. Di-dford t<l,4ni) 

Fxperiincntal Farm for l/orth-W'cut Territorir;<, 

Indian Head, A km. 

Superintendent, Ainfu.s MncKc.v 1,4(K) 

Exptrimeiitdl Farm for liriliith Colutnhia, 
Affaxniz, li.C. 

Superintendent, Tlioniai A. Shui')H' I.^IOO 

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Minixter of Trade and Commerce, Hon. Sir Kicli- 
ard-J. Cart\vri({lit, O.C.M.O 47,000 

Deputji Mininter and Chief Controller of Chinese 
immigration, W. O. I'araiclee 4,000 



Minister'!! Secretary, V. 0. T. O'Hara ll.ftOO 

Chief Clerk, .1. I". Nutting 1,800 

Other Clerks .MiH« A. M. Koliertion MM) 

.MisH M. Shaw M) 

CANADIAN COMMERCIAL AOENOIEB. 

Th*' folliiwititf Curiadlan (loninii'i'rial A(;i'iitH (whom' 
addri'MMCN am ({'^ '") >^ '" aiiMwiT cori'i'Miiondcncp ri'hifivi- 
to noninii'i'cial and trade mailers, and i{lve hiforination 
to those inltrcsli'd an to local lra<le rciiuireineniM in the 
dlHtrlcl;< they repreNent. 

./. S. I.arke, Sydney, N S.W., a^enl for .\iistrula8la. 

(!. KuMtace liiirke, Klii(!Mtoii, .lainaica, .itrent for 
■lamalca. 

Uoliert llryHoii, SI. John, AntiK>ia, at'etit for AtitiKnn, 
Montserrnt and honiinica. 

S. \j. llorHtord, St. Kilts, aueiif for St. Kills, Nevin 
and Virtfin Islands. 

Kdjfar Triiiji, I'ort of Spuiii, Trinidud, a>feiit (or Trini- 
dad and ToliaKo. 

V. \'l. Sonlinn, Christiana, Norway, a«ent for Sweden 
and l)eninarl<. 

I). M Heiniie, Hneiiox Ayrex, Arfreiitine Ke|ml)lic, 
a;,'cftl for Arifentine Ue)iiilili(' and t'rutrnay. 

In addition to tlieir otiiei duties, the inidtTinentioned 
Canadian ajfents will answer iiKiniriex relative to trade 
matters, and tlieir serviees are availalilo in (iirtherinif 
llie interests of Canadian traders. 

.1. (1. Coltner, 17 Victoria St., London, S.W., Kiif^land. 

Ilarrisim Watson, Curator for Canadian Seetion, 
lm)ierial Institute, London, Kn^land. 

«i. II. Milehell, I.". Water Street, Liverpool, KriKland. 

II. M. Murrav, ^>2 St. Knneli S(piare, (llasjfow, Seotland. 

W. L. (iriftlth, loTlie Wall<, Cardiff, South Walei. 

ThoniaH Moffat, 24 Wale St., Ctpe Town, South Afriea. 



DOMINION PARLIAMENTS SINCE 1867. 



No. 0? Parliamknts. 



Ist Parliament. 



2nd Parliament. 
8rd Parliament . 

4th Parliament . 
5th Parliament.. 
6th Parliament.. 



7th Parliament . 



8th Parliament. 



l8t 

2nd . 
ard.. 
4th.. 
.5th.. 



tlst. 
2nd . 

l8t . 

2nd . 
3rd . 
4th . 
5th . 



Skhhiun. 



l8t.. 

2nd , 
3rd. 
4th . 

l8t. 

2nl 
3rd . 
4th. 



1st.. 
2nd 
3rd 
4th. 

1st 

2nd 

3rd 

4th 

.5th 

6th 

Ist 
2nd 
3rd 



.March 
Oftober 



D.VTK OF 



t)l'BNISO. 



Nove' 'l)er «, 1S()7.. 

April 1,5, 18(ti) . 

P\'l)ruarv 15, 1«7(».. 

" ■ 15, 1871.. 

April 11, 1872.. 



15, 1873. 
23, 1873. 



March 
Fel)ruary 



2(i, 
4, 



1874 . . 

1875.. 

10, 187(i.. 

8, 1877.. 

7, 1878.. 



Fehrunrv 13, 1870.. 

12, 1880.. 

Deceinlier 9, 1880.. 

Fel)ruary !), 1882 . . 

February 8, 1883.. 

.January 17, 1884.. 

20, 1885.. 

February 25, 1886..Juile 



Prorooation. 



I.)IBMOLl<TION. 



.May 

.Mine 

.May 

April 

.June 



22, 1868.. 'i 

22, 1860.. 

12, 1870.. } 

14, 1871.. 

14, 1872.. ; 



Inly 



8, 1872. 



Aut.'ui,c l.t, 1873.. ) ,._,,-.^, 2 
Novend)er 7, 1873.. {••"'nuary £, 



May 

April 



.Miiy 

.May 
I. 

March 
.May 

May 

April 

Julv 



26, 
8, 
12, 
28, 
10, 



1874 . . 
1.S75.. 
1876.. 

1877.. 
1878.. 



April 13, 1887. 

Fel)ruary 23, 1888. 

.lanuarv 31, 1880. 

" ■ IP, 1800. 



■Tune 
May 



1.5, 1879.. 

7, 1880.. 

21, 1881.. 
17, 1882.. 

25, 1883.. 

10, 1884 . 

20, 1885.. 

2, 1886.. 

23, 1887 . . 

22, 1S88 . . 
2, 1889.. 

16, 1890.. 



April 20, 1801 .. September 30, 1891 

Feliruary 25, 1892.. .lulv 0, 1802.. 

.lanuarv 26, 1803.. April 1, 1893.. 

March 1.5, 1894... Julv 23, 1804.. 

Aj.ril 18, 1805... Julv 22, 1895.. 

.lanuarv 2, 1896.. April 23, 1896.. 



4th iMarch 



Au},ni.st 19, 1896.. ()ctol)er 
March 25, 1897.. June 

February 3, 1898.. June 



16, 1809.. An;;. 



5, 1896.. 

20, 1807 . . 

13, 1808.. 

11, 1899.. 



1874. 



-August 17, 1878. 



-May 



l.*;, 1882. 



January 15, 1887. 



\ 



February 3, 18M. 



I 



April 24, 1890. 



*Adjourned from 2:.-. .December, 1867, to 12th March, 1868, to allow the liocal Legislaturea to meet, 
t Adjourned 23rd May till 13th August / 



llo 



m 



Axs 



tJ 




THE MILITIA LIST— DOMINION. OF CANADA, 

ALSO WAR SRRVH'K OK OKKICEKS, AM'IIAHKTIfJAL LIST OF UKMKKVK oKKKJKKS, OFI'ICERS OF 

TIIK STAFF AM> I'KRMANKNT FORCE (ACCORDINd TO GRADATION LIST), 

YUKON FIELD FORCE, Etc., Etc. 

(Condi'UfU'd and corrected, hi/ the Militia General Orders, tn October, ISU'.i.) 

As it is iiiiposHilile to ol)tiii!i tiie Post OfHc'o addre.sH of ovury individual ottlcer, il in iiu);)feHte(l that coin- 
municatioiis bo sent (wiieii no other address is jfivcn) to the Head i^imrters of the Corps or (Uinipiiny, as tlie 
case may l>o. The slur (') liefore a iiann' denotes War Service. 



Aidb-dr-Cami' to tiik (^ikkn, 



^hc Ojuccu. 

'Major-General E. T. H. Iliitton, C.B., OonnnandinK Canadian Militia. 
OOVERNOR-GKNERAL. 

■ TMK RiOIlT HoNOI'RAHliK OlMtKRT .loilN El.l.InT, E.MII. OK MiNTO, (l.C. M.G. 

(loi'ernor-General's Militttrii Serretarj/, 'Major L. G. Druniniond, Scots (Jnard.s. 

Aide.H-de-Caiii}i, Capt. \V. F. Lasculles, Scots Guards ; Capt. II. C. Gruhuni, Cc" Istrcaiu Guards. 

Iloni/ Aides-de-Cami>, 'Lt.Col. W. D. Otter. R.C.R.I.; Lt.(^ol. De la C. T Irwin, R.O.; "Lt -Col. the Hon, J. M. 

■ Gibson, lUlh Batt. ; Lt.-Col. G. T. A. Evanturel, mli llutt. ; Lt.-Col. .1. Peters, l).0.(;.. .M.D. No. II ; It. -Col. 
C. W. Drury, Connnandinj; Field Division, R.C.A. ; Lt.Col. A. P. Sherwood, 4:{rd Hatt. 
Tlon'ii SiirqeoHK, Sur),'. Lt.-Col. .1. L. II. Neilson, Director General, Canadian .Militia Arniv .Medical Service ; Sur^'. 

' Major T. G. Roddick, .M.P., 1st Hatt. P. W. Rejrt. Fusiliers. 

DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 
(Ottawa.) 



Mi.NiHTRR OK MiUTiA AND Dkkk.nck, "Hon. Frederick 
William Rorilen, M.D., M.P. (Surtfeon Lt. Colonel (iSth 
" KinKH' County " Hatt. of Infantry). 

Private Secretarji, Harry W. Hrown, Est)., B.A. 

Deputy Minixter of Militia and Defence, *Lt.-Col. Louis 
Ftilix Pinault. 

Chief Clerk, Henjamiii Suite, Esi)., F.H.S.C. 

Secretartij nf Department, Capt. Alphonse Beiioit, R.O. 

Accntintant, J. W. Borden, Esq. 

Chief Svperinti'ndent of Store n and Militia Pioperlles, 
Lt.-Col. D. A. Macdonald, R.O. 

Chief Hiii/ineer, Liei.t. Paul Weulherlie, R.O. 

AnsUtant Engineer, Capt. CJ. S. Maun.sell, R.O. 

IIKAO (ll'AHTKHS HTAKK OK TIIK .MII.ITIA. 

Major-General Commanding the Militia, "Major General 

E. T. II. Button, C.B., A.D.C. lo the (.^uecn. 
Aiden-de-Cavip, A. C. Bell. Lieut. Scots Guards; Lieut. 

.1. N. S. Leslie v'e.\tra), R.C.A. 
Adjutant -General, *Coilonel Hon. Mattliew Aylincr. 
Antit. Adjt. -General for Artillerg at Head Quarters, 

Lt.-Col. Wm. Hy. Cotton, R.C.A. 
Asgt. Adjutant-General at Head Quarters, *.Major 

Robert Cartwri(fht, R.C.K.I. 
Officer Com, .landing Canadian Artillery, Lt.-Col. F. 

G. Stone, R.A. 
Quarter-MaKler-General, "Col. Hubert Foster, R.E. 
Director General of the Militia Army Medical Service, 

*Surj,'. Lt.-Col. J. L. H. Neilson, M.D., Hon'y Sui;;. to 

Gov, Gen'I. 

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STAKK OK TIIK MIMTIA. 

Major F. L. Lcssarfl, Royal Can. 
C. E. Montizambert, 



Inspector of Cavalry, 
Dragoons (Toronto). 

Inspectors of Artillery, •Lt.-Col 
R.C.A. 
(Kingston), *Lt.-CoI. Jas. F. Wilson, R.C!.A. (QuefiecJ. 

Asst. Inspector of Artillery ( Field), .Major aiifl Bt. Lt.- 
Col. C. W. Drurv, R.C.A. 

Inspector of Engineers, the Professor of Fortification, 
Military EntfiiieeritiK, etc., R. M. Colle>fc (Lt.Col. II. 
II. Burney, R.E.). 

Inspectors of Infantni, 'Lt.-Col. W. D. Otter. D.O.C. 
aiidComdt. R.C.R.I. (?Wo/i^o) ; Lt.-Col. W. I). Gor- 
don, D.O.C. (Montreal). 



DISTRICT .STAFF. 

rllOVINCK OK ONTARIO. 

MiMTAKV Dlstricp .\o. 1, 11(1. (^rs. Lotidon, comprises 
Isl HriK'ade Division: counties of Botbwell, Elffiii, 
Essex, Kent, Lanibton. Middlesex, Oxford, City of 
London ; 'ind Hriifade Division : countic:) of Bruce, 
Huron. I'crth. Waterloo, Wcllin!fton. — />/(>'/n'cf Officer 
Commanding, 'Lt.-('ol. .1. G. Holmes, K.C.A. ; Dist. 
Supt. of Stores, Hon'y Lieut. -Col. M. DeB. Dawson. 

MiMTAHV DisTlilcT No. 2, Hd. t^rs. Toronto, coniiu'iscs 
Urd Briffiule Division : counties of l?rant, llaldimand, 
Lincoln, Monck, Nia;rara, Norfolk, Welland, Went- 
worth. City of Hamilton ; 4th Bri),'a<le Division ; 
counties of Cardwell, Grey, Al;;oma (east of Nei>ixon), 
Ontario, Peel, Sinicoe, Ilalton, York; 5th Bri^'ade 
Division : Toronto.— Di>f/H'* Officer Commanding, 



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[11)00 



llon'y A.D.C. toOov. 
iS'itp/. 11/ Sliirm, "l.t. 



M,t. 'Ml. W. 1>. (ittor. K.(Ml.I. 
Ofii., \w*\y <it Infuntrv ; hint 
OdI. (ret.) .lohii V. (Iriivclf.v. 

Mll.lTAIlV DiHTItUT No. :l, llil. I^IH. KlllK"i-'>". lOMiprixi'K 

(tth Urli{iiilf l»i\lMiiiri; fdiiiilifM of iMiilmin, Nurlliilin- 
ItiTlamr. IVterlH»roii){h, Viiimia ; 7ih llrltfiiilf DIM- 
Hion : I'liiiiitii'H (i( A(liliiih(toii, Krcinitiiiu', IIuniIii^h, 
Lennox, rrincc Kdwiinl, I'llv of KiiinHloii. Ui'trii't 
Offli'i-r Ciiiiiiiiaiiiliini, l.t.Col. ('. K. .Monll/.ainliril, 
R.().A.; !>i»t. Su/il. iif Sliii-en, llon'.v t'ni't. H". SliiMi«i', 
MiLiTAHV DiKTHh T No. », 11(1. (^iM l\ inifHlfin, coniiuiMiH 
Hth liriKailc Idvinion: countirn nt t arli'ion, ('.irriwiill, 
DiindiiH, (llenKiirry, (Ironvillf, l.iui.irk, {.itiIh, oimwu, 
Pontine, I'n'Ki'oli, Ui'nfrcw, UiimmcII. .Slorinoni, Town 
of ltrockvlll«. I)inl)ifl Oilhrr Vionmiiniiing, "Lt.- 
Col. O. v.. MonliwinilHTl, It.C.A. 

IMtoVINCR OK glKIIKC. 

.Mii,iT\RV DiHTHKT No. .'■., 11(1. OrM. Moiitrpal, comprlscx 
Ul lli'i^uik' Diviition : counlH"* of .lac(|iu's Ciiriicr, 
ilodiilinfa, l.aval, Niiiiilrciiil, SoiilariKcx, Napii'i'villi;. 
JtcaiiliarnoiH, ChatcaiiKiia.v, ll(niiiii|j;(loti, Lapralric, 
('It.vof Montival : •Jinl Hriu'iidc DhiNion • oo'inficM of 
Arifunlt'iiil, Tcrrt'lpoiiiic, Two Mountain«, Montcalm, 
li'AH»oni|ition, .lolii'tle, ItiTtliicr. MiiMkinonK'c, SI. 
Maurice, Tlifcc Hivcrs. Dintiirt (tillrfr Coiiiiiinnil- 
iiiil, M.Col. \V. !>. (iordon, It.C.IM.; Dislrirl Siifil. 11/ 
StincH, llon'.v 1,1. Col. (1. Matt Ice. 

Mii-tr\iiv DiHTiiKT No. <l, Ud. (^rM. HI. .lohti'H, IV l^.- 
(•oini>riHcM ;;r(l Itriicadf Division: couMticM of St' 
.lohir8, Ilii'f\illc, MiMsiH(|iioi, Itronic, ShclTord, Hon" 
vi;ic, Clianilil.v, V'crchi'icH. SI. llyacintlic, HaKot' 
Drnrnnioiifl, IMcluli"!!, VaniaHka ; 4tli Hrlwadc hi" 
vision: counties of Nicolcl, .Vrthaltaska, Wolfei 
Uiclunond, Sliei'lirooke, .Slansfead, ('omplon DIk' 
trii'l Ofllfi'i- Ciimiiiiiiiilinii, 'l,ieut.-('ol. .\le\. Koy ; 
Dintrict ,Siipf. (i/ Shii-fH, ■'llon'.N l,l.-Ool. (J. Mattlce. 

Mii.iTAiiv IHmtiuct .No. 7, Md. C^rs. (Quebec, cotii)irises 
,')th Hriu'iidc Kivision: counties of Iteauce, llellcchasse, 
Honaveiiture, horcheHter, (i'lspc, Kanmuraska, L(\is, 
liOtliituerc, .Moiitinauniy. .Mcu'imtic, Kiniouski, Teuiis- 
eouata; (Itli liriyade Division: co\iiilieN of (!liani- 
plain, Cliarlevoix, •'hicoutinii, .Montiiiorency, (^iieliec, 
I'ortiieuf, Sau'uena\, Oity of (^ucliec. Distrir/ Offirrr 
Comiiiiiiidhni, •l.t'.-Col. (>. C. (;. I'ellct.ier, K.C.A.: 
Dist. Stuff Offlror, -M.Col. (i. K. White: hinliict 
Supt. ofStorcK, "llon'y Lt.-Col. W. II. Korresl. 

IMtOVIXCK OK NKW IllllSSWK^'K. 

Mii-ITART DiHTiucT No. 8, 11(1. (iirs. Kredoricloii, N. I!., 
oonipriscH IhI Mripade Division: counties of (yurlelon, 
Charlotte, S\inliury, \ictoria, York; -ind Drijfude Di- 
vision : counties of Albert, Kini;''*. (,>ueen'», St. .lohii : 
No. W llriu'aile Division : comities of (ilouccster, Kent, 
Nortliumlierland, Kestin'oucho, Westmoreland. />/.<- 
trictOfict'i-Cmimniiiiiivi, *Lt.-C'ol. H. 11. Vidal ; Dint. 
Sxpt. tif StiiiY.s lloti'v .Major A. .1. Annstronpf C.S7. 
John, N.li.) 

rnovtNCK OK nova sroriA. 
Military niHTRicT No. o, lid. (^rs. Halifax, oompriKcs 
1st Brijfjido Division : counties of Anliu'onish, (!ol- 
chestiir, Cnniherland, Ouystiorouu'li, Hants, Halifax, 
Pieton, city of Halif ix ; '.ind Hrit;ade Division : comi- 
ties of Amiajxilis, Diuby, Kiii'.r's, l.mienhnrjr, (^Mieen's, 
SheUiourne, Yavmoutti ; [ir<\ Hrisrade Division : coun- 
ties of Cape Hretoii, Inverness, Hicliinond, Victoria. ~ 
hixtrict Ojflfrr Ciiintnniiiliiifi, I.,t.-Col. .1. D. Irvin;; ; 
Dutrict Sxipt. of Stores, 'Caiit. J. K. Curreii. 

raoviNCR OF .manitoha. 

Comprises Altfonia west of Nejiijron, Province of Mani- 
toba, N.-W. Territories and District of Kei ivatin. Not 
yet formed into Hrij^ade Divisions. 

Military District No. 10, Hd. (^rs. Wiiiiiipejf.--/l('///ir/ 
DixtriM OJicer CdiiniKindiiu/, Otiicer Coiiidjf. "B" 
Sfiuadron, Koyal Canadian Dragoons, Capt. V. A. S. 
Williams. 

rnoVINCB OF BHITISII COLf.MRIA. 

Military District No. 11, Hd. Qrs. Victoria, (comprises 
the Province of British Columliia. Not yet formed 
into Brii{a<le Divisions. — Dintrlrt Officer Coininaiidim/, 
"Lt.-Col. .1. Peters, R.C.A.,Hon'y A.D.C. to Gov. C.en'l ; 
District Siqtt. of Stores, Hon'y 5Iaj. A. W. Jones. 



moviNCi or PRiNcii idwahu inland. 

Military Dimthk t No. I'i, Hd. yrn. (^harlottetown, 
coiiipriiieH the Province of Prince Kdward litlnnd. 
No. I KeKimi'iital Dlvinion, Kliiu'ii County ; No. 2 
Keuimenlal Dl\ ImIoii, Prince County; No. II Keul- 
nieiital DIviHioii, Oueen's County.— />i'«frtff (fjletr 
Cniiniiandiiiii, Ijt.-cfol. K. S. .Moore. 



TiiK Ottawa Hhiuaur (Hd. WtH., Ottawa), ( 
(he Citv of Ottawa.- Ofli ir Cininiinudiiij), I; 
11. Cotton, U.C.A., A.A.O.A. 



coiiiprlMi 
t. Col. W. 



royal .MILIfARY CoLLKOK (IK CAN All*. 

KiiiKHlon, Ont. 

nrcxidcil, "Major (iencralK.T. II. lluttoii, C.H., A.D.C. 
to 11. .M the i^iieeii, Comniaiidiiivi ('aiiadiaii Militia; 
t'umiiHindiint, 'Lieutenant Colonel Oerald (.'hurleii 
Kitsoii (K',ii!.'n llovivl lliHe Corps); Htajf- Adjutant , 
Lieutenant- (Colonel S. (;, McOill ; Ihofemor of 
h'liftillcatioii, Militurn Hmjiiicering, etc., Lf.-Col. 
11. 11. Iliiniey ( U. /••'.>; I'lufemior of ArtilUr)/, 
AdiiiiiiiHtr ition mid Liiir, Major C. C. N'an Sirau- 
ben/,ee(C((p/. U.A.)\ I'rofcttiir of Militarii Siirreiiinff, 
Tiif'oijrnjihii, etc., (.'n\>i. II. ,S. Lojjaii (^('»'ll^ LeiccHtcr- 
kIiiic HcijIa; AnKistnat I'rofcHxor ut Fortification, 
Militnrii Knijinferinij, etc., Lieut. ('. H. o. .Symoim 
(Lieut. It. A'.); I'riil'cnxor of Civil Hmiinfcilnij iiiid 
Aichilc-tiirc, Will. it. Butler, Ksii., M.'l. (!. K. ; I'm- 
frmtrof Sorrcjiin;!, I'liynio itnil C/ici/iaf/v/, Captain 
.lohn B. Cochrane (/•'»'/. Ilcxcrrc) ; I*rofe»mr of 
Matheiuaticn, etc., Iru i;. Martin, Ks(|., B.A. ; Pro- 
fcxKiir if Knijlinh, Uer. (!lari^ L. Worrell, M.A. ; 
' I'lnfcKHiir of French, .1. D. Chart rand, Lst]. ; AnHiMtfint 
Innlnictor in Mathematics, Lieutenant Francis H. 
\ ercoe (Knij. Ileiirre). Hoard of V'initors— Chair- 
ii'iiii, "(Jolonel the Hon. Matthew Aylnier (Adjutant- 
(ietieral). Memlicru : 'Colonel Hubert Koster ((^uar- 
termaster-(Jencral) ; Lt.-Col. A. Koy, D. O. C. M. D. 
No, ti{.*'''. Johnit, v.); John A. MacCabe, Kh(]., M.A.; 
LL. D. (Principal Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa), 
Paul Weatherbe, Ks((. ((jhief Kngineer Dept. of Militia 
and Defence). 

ACTIVE MILITIA. 

PKHMANKNT FollCK. 
Head l^uarters :- 

ROVAL CANADIAN IIRAOOONS. 
"A" Sipiadron, Toronto ; " B" Sqund-m. Winnipeff. 

ROYAL CA.SAIIIAN ARTILLriH. 

" A" Battery, Kinifsion ; " B" Battery, t^ueheo. 

HOVAL CANAIIIAN r.KOIMKST OK INKANTRY. 

Heu'imental Depots: No. 1, London, Ont.; No. '_', To- 
ronto; No, '.i, St. .lolins, (;uc. ; No. 4, Fredi^ricton, N.B. 

ROYAL CANAIIIAN IIRA00ON8. 

The Imperial Cyjiher, V. It. 1., Hiirniouiited by the Im- 
perial Crown, lliiiform, scarlet ; faciiiKs, blue. 
Officer Commanding : Lt. -Colonel F. L. Le.ssnrd. 

" A" S(Hiadroii, stationed at Toronto, Ont. 
Maji'r : *Lt.-(.'olonel F. L. Lessard. 
Captain : (Ja]it. W. Forester. 
Lieutenant)! : F. II. C. Sutton, lit. Capt. C. St. A. Pearso 

(with Yukon Field Force), J. H. Klmsley. 
Adjutant: Capt. W. Forester. 

"B" S(|uadron, stationed at WiimipeK, Man, 

Major: *MnJ. T. D. B. Evans (Lt.-Col. in command of 

Yukon Field Force). 
Captain : Capt. Y. A. S. WillLams (Acting D.O.C., 

M.D. No. 1(1, Winnipetr). 
Lieutenants: *Bt. Capt. K. \\. O. Gardiner (with Yukon 

Field Force), 'Bt. Capt. C. M. Nelles, C. T. Van Strau- 

benzee. 
Adjutant : *'..t. and Bt. Capt. C. M. Nelles. 
Medical Officer: "Hon'y Surg. Lt.-Col. A. Codd, M.D. 

(at " B" S(|uadron). 
Veterinarji Officer: Hon'y Vet. Maj. W. B. Hall, V.S. 

(at " A" Squadron). 

/ 



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120 



ROYAL OANAI<IA!« ARTtMRKT. 

Thu Itoyul AniiN iiml Siipiiorlcrit wltli nOiin. "('iiiiiula" 
(aliiivr). " (Jnii KiiH I't (ilorlii iliii'iiiit " (lit'li)w the 
uwn). TliR liiiin'riiil ('vjiliir, V It. I., Niiriiiniiiili'd liy 
tliu liiipurlul < 'rnuii. niiifnriii, I'lm- ; fuciiiKN, itourlut. 

YiKU) IIATTKHIKN. 

"A "(KInuotdii, Out.) 

OJltnr CimvmnniliiKj : "Lf. <.nl. (I. \V. I>riiry, AhhI. 

ItiNpedtor of ArlilliT.v (Kiulil). 
Major: •Lt.C.il. (,'. \V. hrurv. Ilon'v A.H.C. lo (Jov. 

Ciii'Uiiir. I»(. .MaJ..I. A. V,\\ns. 

Lifiilfnanln: hi, Capl. il. K. HiirHlull, Ili.Cupt. I). I. 

V. Kuloii, A. T. Otfilvii!, .1. N. S. |,,.sii.'. 
Ailjiiluiil : Cupt. liiiil lit. MaJ. .1. A. l''iiu'fH. 
M$dirnl (fjlrer: 
VtUrinary nj/tcer : llnn'.v V'et. MaJ. .1. Moaitie, V.S. 

"H" (tiut'lKM-, ^llU',) 

Mnjnr: "Maj. ,1. A. (1. Iliiiloii. 

LifHlninnU: HI. ('apt. ,1. A. Hon.von, Ht. Capl. If. A. 

I'aiiet. 
Vflfriniirii (iJUcer : J. 1). I)iich6nc, V.S. 

(lAKRIHON COMI'ANIKH ((jllcllCC, Qlie.) 

No. 1. 

LifuUnant-Cnlonet Comiii<niiliiiij : "liisiit.-Col. J. !•". 

Wilson, IiiMpfctor of Arlill<>rv. 
Majnr: Wlaj. II, W. IliitlH'rfonl. 
Cniilnin : >Ut. MaJ. V. H. klvfrs, 

LifutennntK : Ht. Oapt. .1. II. U. (»«ilvii', F. 1). I-affiTlv. 
MedirulOtneer: 'lloii'.v Hinif.. l-t.-Col. C. O. Spwell, .M,l», 
Quarter Mauler: 'Horry MuJ. W. K, liiilah. 
Adjutant : (.'apt. T. HiiiHOti. 

No. 'L 

Majnr : "Bt. U.-Col. A. A. Farloy. 

Captain: Ht. Maj. T. HiMison. 

Lieutenant*: Ht,. Capt. II. V.. Tlia<'kcr (with Yiiknii 

Field Force), Ht. ('apt. J. K. I<. <lii I'lcaslH, Ht. (;a))t. 

L. G. Ilennett (with Viikon Kieid Forcf). 
Meilical Officer: -llony Sur^.. Lt.-Col.C. C, Hewell.M.I). 
Quarter Maxter : "llori'y MaJ. W. K. Inilah. 
Adjutant : Capt. T. Hensoii, 

ROYAI- CANADIAN HKdIMKNT OK ISKANTRT, 

The Imperial (.'yplier, V. II. I,, Hiiriiioiititud hy the Im- 
perial Crown, Uniform, scarl'it ; facinKH, l>hie. 

Hon' II ColoHfl: Field .MarMhal, the Kt. Hon. (i. .1, 
Viscount Wolseley, K.I'., (1,C.H,, (S.C.M.U,, Com- 
inander-in-(;hief of tlie Hritish Army. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Cummandimj: 'I,t. -Col. W. D. Otter, 
I). O. C. No. 2, Toronto, Insp. of Infantry, Ilon'\- 
A.D.C. to Gov.-Geii. 

No. 1 Depot (//0/)(/o»i, Ont.). 

Major: *\M. Lt.-Col. L. Hiichan. 

Lieutenantu : Ht. MaJ. .S. ,1. A. Dcnixoti, ' Ht, Capt. A.O. 

Favres, S. I*. Lavhorn. 
Adjutant : *Ht. ('apt. A. <> Fasfes. 
Medical Officer: SurK. Maj. C. W. Helton, M.D. 

No. 2 Depot (Toronto, Ont.). 
Major : D. D. Yoimtf. 
Lieutenantu: Ht. MaJ. J. C. MacDoui^all, Rt. Capt. A. II. 

Macdonell, F. A. Lister, L. lieDuc, J. (J. Hurnhain. 
Adjutant: Bt. Capt. A. II. .Macdonell. 
Medical Officer: *Siujf. Maj. Wm. Nattress, M.I). 

No. 3 Depot (St. .lohns, P.Q.). 

Major: *R. L. Wadmore. 

Lieutenant*: *Bt. Maj, E. Chinic, *Bt. Capt. C. F. O. 

Fisflt, A. McLean. 
Adjutant: »Ht. Capt. C. F. O. Fiset. 
Medical Officer: E. N. Chevalier, M.D. 

No. 4 Depot (fVe./c/iWrtH, N.Ii.). 

Major: T. D. K. Hennninjf (with Yukon Field Force). 
Lieutenantg : Rt. Capt. A. K. (Carpenter, Bt, Capt. P. E. 

Thacker, J. H. Kaye, A. 1'. B. Na^'le. 
Adjutant ; Bt. (-apt. A. ¥,. Carpenter. 
Medical Officer: Hon'y Siirjr. Lt.-Col. K. McLearn, M.D. 

9 



CAVALKY. 

Koyat Canadian Drairooni («i>^ I'kkmanrnt Forck a/j»vr), 

Thff Governor Geiieral'N liixly Guard. Drpi^oorm. (To- 
ronto.) Orifanufd "iTlh Dfreinl.er, HfiV .VJotto; 
" Nulll Hui'unduH." irniform, hlue; facliiKs, whitt); 
Illume, white ; lace, nilver. Unn'il Lt.-ColonrI, (1. T. 
DeniHon ; iJ.-Colonil, 'Clarence A. K. DenJNon (Tor- 
onto, Onl.y, Major, 'Wm. II. .Merriit. 

Four 7V<»i/)K, Toronto : Vuplain*, Bt, MaJ. .1. U. Hiilton, 
•F. A. Fleminif, G. T. Denlnon, Jr., II. /. C. Cock- 
hurn; I'uiiinuxter, llcin'y ('apt. A. K. M. Th')nilmon ; 
.\djutniil, (apt, Geo. peters; ',"'• "''■. 'Hon'y Major 
.lohn Sloan; Sum. Mat., V. Le .M. Graseti, .M.l».; 
Vft. I.t , llon'y Vet. Ciiiil. F. A Campheli, V.S,; 
llon'ii Chap., Htv, It, II. .McGiiiniN. 

1 y*^ IIiiHNarH (//(/. Qm., London, Ont), Grifanlzod 
*'^^ MlHt .May, 1H72. Uniform, lilue ; facin^H, hufT. 
Lt.-Culoiiel, "W. .M. Gartnhore(//«(ii/()(t, Onl.y, Major, 
Arthur II. Kln^f, 
SiiuiulrooH : "A," Londcn, (-'aptain A. A. Booker; 
" H," London, Captain .1. H. Stolhert<; "C," (Jourt- 
writfht, Capt. Koliert G. Stewart; "D," Kin«i4ville, 
Capt. Geo. C. Kinu ; I'aiimnnter, llon'y ('apt. T. S. 
Ilohlw; Adjutant, Lieut. II. Rock; V- 'W''.. Hoti'y 
Major HenJ. Ili^tfiiiH, .Ir.; Sum. Maj., .1. G. .Nierrison, 
.M.D.; Vet. Lt., J. 11. WiUon, V.S.; llon'n Chaplain, 
Rev. J. O. Stuart. 

k>„,l DratrootiH (//(/. Qm., .S'r Catharine*, Ont.). Or- 
*-»l'l tfanized lOth .May. 1872. Uniform, liliie ; 
facinjfs, while; plume, white. Iit.-Ctilonil, '\l. W, 
(in'tfitry (Toronto, Onl.); .Vajom, Wni. R. FerKunon 
and 
Stiuadront : "A," St. Catharines, Capts W. P, Stull 
(Homer) and A, D. K. Ser\os; " B, " St. Ann'H, 
■('apt. and HI. Major F. O. Hnrch ; "C," Hurford, 
Capt. R. C. Muir; Pni/iiiaiiter, llon'y Major T. L. 
.Iouch; Ailjulant, Lt. .1. E. Hurch ; (Jr. Mr., llon'y 
Major .lamea Sheppard ; Surg. Maj., G. M. Warren, 
M.D.; Vet. Lt., llon'y Vet. Maj. Chan. Elliott, V.S. 

0,,A "The Prince of Wales' Canadian Drajfoons "("//(/. 

"• *^* Qrn., Peterborough, Ont.). Orifanized :tOth 
April, 1875. Uniform, scarlet ; facin^H, yellow ; plinne, 
hlack and red. Ornaments and bail^'eti : Front plate 
for helmet, two maple leaves, steniH crossed, ahove 
which a heaver eoueliant, Hurinoiinted hy the Prince 
of Wales' |)lunie and motto. The whole surrounded 
liy a hand from which issue stellar rays, ends of hand 
droopinjf. Inscription " Prince of Wales' (Canadian 
DraKOons" on hand. Pouch and sahrelache orna- 
ment: the Prince of Wales' plume. Lt. -Colonel, »H. 
C. Rojfers (Peterhorough, Out.); Major, II. S. Green- 
wood. 

Squadrons : " A," Colhorne, Capt. and Ht. MaJ. W. W. 
Brown; " H," Millbrook, Capt and Bt. MaJ. David 
Sutton; "C," Peterboroutfh, Capt. W. D. .lohnston ; 
"D," Wellington, Capt. Fred. .1. .MacDonald ; Pay- 
mauler, Hon'y MaJ. .1. O. Hajferman; Adjutant, Capt. 
R, A, Cockh'urn (Millbrook); Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. 
J. W Garvin; Surg. Major, T. W. H. Younjf, M.D.; 
Vet. Linil., B, R. I'oole, V.S, ; Hon'y Chaplain, llev. 
II. .Symonds. 

A^]% HussarH (lid. Qrs., Kinqiilon, Ont.). Orjfanized 
^^'' 3;uh April, 187.'i. Uniform, blue ; faciniifs, huff. 
Lt. -Colonel, ; Major, 

Stjuadron* : "A," Kinjjston, "Capt. John F. Leather- 
land; "IV' Wilton, *Capt. Thomas Clyde; " C," 
LouK'hboroujrh, Capt. R. M. Van Luven ; " D," Glen 
Stewart, Capt. Urias Holnu's; Pai/manler, Hon'y 
Capt, J. P Vrooman ; Adjutant, Capt. Alfred Bin- 
ninicton ; Qr. .Vr., ; Surg. 

Maj., II. U. Duff, M.D. ; Vet. Lt., Hon'y Vet. Capt. 
Edwd. Min>f, V.S. 

C*.l| Driii;;om\s(FId.Qri>..Cookiihire,Qne.). Orpfanized 
*^^*' ;«1th Nov., 1877. Uniform, blue ; facings, white ; 

plume, white. Lt. -Colonel, J, F, Learned (Cookshire, 

Que.); Major, 



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[1900 



Sqiinilron/c "A," (.'ookshire, ('apt. 11. A. Taylor; 
" H, " .Shei-l)rnnke, Capt. .1. \\. Iloitiiii; "l\" St.aii- 
Htead, (Japl. IUmi. It. .Morrill; "D," Cniiipton, (Japt. 
and Ht. .>laj. A. L. roinrov ; i'lUimaxtn-, IIoii'n ('apt. 
K. W. Hrt'W.slcr; Adjutd nl, Cii\)t. U. W. 11.' Kinjr ; 
Qr Mr., Hon'v Capt. II. 11. Tope; .S'lov/. Ma)., Alux. 
Dewar, M.l).; Vet. U., K (i. I'err.v, V.S. 

nj.], " Duke of (,'oiiiiaii;,'ht's Iloval C'aiiadiaii IHis- j 
"I'" sars" (//(/. Vex., Minitteitl', Qui:), (truani/.cd 
14th Nov., 187!). IJiiifonii, l)luc ; faciti^'s, l)iiff. U.- { 
Cnlnnel, V. Whill.v {Miiiitrml, Q.)\ Major, .lolin (J. 
Harr. 

S(iii(iilri>nK : "A, " lliitititiifiloii, ('ai)t. .loliii V. ScriviT; 
"1;," St. Andrews, Ca)>lain Krncst .Morrow; " C," 
llavelix^k, Captain \V. (!. Harr; " D," ('larenceville, 
C'aptain (i. 11. .Mactie; I'aymnxli'r, Ilon'y ('aptain C. 
A. liOckerliy : Adjutant, Lieut. .M. A. I'lclie; (Jr. Mr., 
Ilon'v Capt. (J. J. Hrowiiin),': Siirq. Maj , II. H. Vnr- 
iniehael, M.I).; IV/. IJ., Ilon'y Vet. Capt. T. C. Simp- 
son, V.S. ; lliiii'ii Chap., Ilev. W. 1'. R. Lewis. 

ftfli " I'MHCPss Louise's New Brunswick Hussars." 
"•"" <)r(ranize<l .iOth Apvil, ISO!). Bad<,'e ,- .d Motto: 
A"(}arter" suruiouiited by the (Joronet of ll.U.U. 
tlie Primness liouiie ; within the "Carter" tlie Num- 
erals Vlll. with the motto, " Hetji patriaMpie tidelis " 
(Ud. Qra., liatliemni, N li.) Uniform, blue; facinys, 
huff. Lt.-Ciiloiiel, II. M. Campbell (.l/;«/((r;i(/); Maj(ir.t, 
; V. V. \\(.'(Murh\\rn ( Haiiipi(in), 
and M. A. .Monoutrull. 
four :: :uailr(>iiit: Capt.-i., 1>. J. Kowler, A..). .Markliam, 
t'. I'. Hlacik, 1). II. Kairweather; /'aiitiuistfr, Uon'v 
'" i>t .». II. M(d{obl)ie; AiljiHant, Lieut, (i. S Kiii- 
nt. r ; Qr. Mr., llon'v Cai)t. 'C K. Harrison; Siinf. 
ilnj., J. K. March, M.D.; \'ct. Lt., J. 11. Friiik, V.S. 



CANADIAN ARTILLKRY. 

The Royal Arms and S>ii)i)orter.s with a Ouii. "Canada" 
(above), "C^uo Kas et Cloria duuunt " (below the 
(iuu). Cniform, blue ; facings, scarlet. 

(Fur Royal Canadian Artillery— See I'khmanknt Forcb 
allure ) 

KIKIil) HATTKIUKS. 

1st HriKade fWi/. Qrx., <!ucli>h, Out.). ( irtxanifed 24th 

.March, I88II Lt.-CoL, Wni. Nicoll (MiirrMou, ()}tt.); 

Adjutant, ('n,yti\U\ H. 1). Merewether; .S'«iv/. Maj.,ii. 

OReillv, M.l).; Vrt. Lt., Hon'v Vet. Maj. J. II. 

Reed, V.S. 
Battery Hd. Qrs.: lltli Battery, Ouelph. Maj., 

; Capt. Alex. Murchison. Kith Battery, 

(iuelpli, Maj. .lohn Davidson; Capl. .1. L. Simpson. 

•>Md Brigade (//(/. Qm., St. Catharinm, Ont.). OrKau- 
ized 1st .luly, 18!)8. Lt.-Vol., •Krank KinK (St. 
Catharine.':. Ont.); Adjutant, Lieut. \V. B. Kinj?; 
Surqeonn-Maiors, A. B. Osborne, .M.l). (No. 4), and 
.1 K. Klliott,'.M.l). (No.!)); (>/. Lirutn., Hon'y Vet. 
Capt. J. K. (i>uinn, V.S. (No. 4), an<l Hon'v Vet. Maj. 
A. Smith, V.S. (No. i)). 

liiitteru lid. (Jrx. : 4th Battery, Hamilton. (Orffanized 
(Ith i)ecember, 18r).'').) M((ji'r, ; 

Capt., Bt. Maj. .1. S. llendrie. 7tl Hattery, St. Catha- 
rines. (Orffanized (ith December, 18(11.) Majiir, W. 
11. Merrilt; Capt., .1. K. Armstronj:. !Hh Batterv, 
Toronto. (()rf.'anizcd !»th .March, 18(i(i.) Major, Bt. 
Lt.-Col. J. II. .Mead ; Capt., R. .Myle.s. 



INDFrE.N'DKST SQUADRONS. 

The Queen's Own Canadian Hussars (Queliec). Or- 
Ifani/.ed llith Nci\,, l.S.'id. I'niform, blue; facin>rs, 
butr. Hon';/ Lt.Col.,.1. B. Forsyth (Lt.-Col.) ; Major, 
T. S. HetherinKton (Quelirc). 

One Sijuadron, (i>iebec: Captain, R. K. W. Turner; 
Qr. Mr., Hon'v Capt. A. K. ('lint ; Sunj. Maj., C. K. 
Elliott, M.D.; "rcf. Lt., C. K. McLaren, V.S. 



The Princess Louise l)ra(,'oon (luards (Ottawa). Or- 
ifanized 'i;ird May, 187"i. Badjjje : The joint mono- 
tfram ofH.R.H. the Princess Louise and of tlie Mar- 
(piis of Lome, and consists of a Princess' coronet and 
Manpiis' coronet, the former .above and the latter in 
the centre of two inverted L's, represent inj; Lome 
and Lo-iise. Uniform, blue; facing's, white; iibune, 
white, ^lajor, Robert Brown (Ottawa); Capt.,C A. 
Kliot; S'lry. Lt., 11. P. I'Meminy, .Ml).; Vet. Siuy., 
11. S. Perlcy, V.S. 

Kinjf's Canadian Hussars CCnn/d'd';, N. S.). Oruanized 
l-2th .lune, 1874. Badjfe and Motto: A wreath of 
Mayflowers supiiortinn the Imperial Crown. Below 
the Crown and overlyimr the wreath, a scroll, with 
the motto, " Vota Vita Mea." Under the wreath, a 
ribbon bearin^f the d -i^nation, " Kinji's Canadian 
Hussars." Unifortn, t'lc; facing's, white; plume, 
white. Major, II. L. Bore; -n ; Capt., ; 

Surg. Mai., H. B. Webster, M.J).; Vet. Lt., B. R. 
Ilsley, V.S. 

.Mruiif''ba Dranoons. Orpranized 7th Ajiril, 18!).S. Uni- 
form, scarlet ; facintcs, white. Major, *K. A. C. llos- 
mcr (Virden, .Man). "A" Sipiailron (Vinlen, .Van.), 
Capt., P. B. Hamilton-Ramsay. " B" Sipiadron (Port- 
aqela Prairie, Man.), Capt., *P. Whimster; Vet. Lt., 
W. R Taylor, V.S. 

The Duke of York Royal Canadian UnnH;\rn(Mnntreaf, 
P.Q.). Orjranized Ist .luly. 18!)7. Uniform, blue; 
facinifs, buff. Major, Bt.' Lt.-Col. ,1. B. MacLean 
(.Montreal); Capt., K. S. .M. Lovelace; Sura. Lieut., 
K. Cameron, M.D. ; Vet. Lt., .]. P. Spanton, V.S. ; 



1st, "Quebec" K. B. Ory-anized lUst Auj,'., 1855. 
Major, T. Lefebvre (lit Boidanjrer ((/kc'/cc); Capt., 
Kdmond Lalibcrici ; Sur, Maj., ,1. D. Brousseau.M.D. ; 
Vet. Lt., L. Poulin, V.S. 

2nd, "Ottawa" F. B. (Out.). Or^'anized 27th Sept., 
18.'i5. Major, \V. O. llurdman (Ottawa); Capt., 11. 
A. Bliss; .iunj. Maj., K. B. F.chlin, M.L).; Vet. Lt., 
Hon'y Vet. Maj A. \V. Harris, D.V.S. 



;^rd, "Montreal" F. B. (Que.). Organized 27th Sept., 
IS.').'). Major, Richard Costiuan(.Vo))fr<();, ','.) ; Capt., 
D A. Smith ; Surg. Maj., C. W. Wilson. M.l). ; Vet. 
Lt., Hon'y Vet. Capt. Chs. McKachran, D.V.S. 

4th, " Hamilton "—sec aliore, at 2n(I Bri);ade Hd. (,irs. 



//« 



Chaplain, Rev. (J. A. Smith, M.A., B.D. 



.•Sth, "Kingston" F. U.(Ont.). Organized 20th May, 1856. 
' Major, J. .M. Caiiies ((ilenrale. Out.); Capt., .lohii 
Corbett; Surs/. Maj., B. II. Abbott, M.D. ; Vet. Lt., 
Hon'y Vet. Capt. W. J. Morgan, V.S. 

«th, "London" F.B. (Out.). Organized 17tli .Iidy, IS.'iC. 
Majm; C. O. Fairbank (I'etrolia, Out.); Capt., 

; Sun/. Maj., 
Vet. Lt.,V. S. Tamlin, V.S. 



7th, "St. Catharines"- *'cp ahuve, at 2n(l Brigac'e Hd. 
Qrs. 

8th, "Gananocpie" F. B. (Ont.). Organized 22nd .Ian., 
1862. Major, H. A. .McKenzie (dananoijue, Ont.); 
Capt., M. B. Robinson; Sun/. Maj., O. H. Mowen, 
.M.I). ; Vet. Lt., .1. A. Bean, V.S. 

!tlli, "Toronto"— .v(v aliore, at 2nd Brigade Hd. tv'rs. 

lOtb, " Woodstock" F. B. (S. 11). Organized ;!()th Ma\ . 
180(i. Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. F. H. .1. Dibblec; Capt., W. 
C. (lood ; Sura. Maj.. W. N. Hand, M.D. ; Vet. Lt., 
H. G. Pugsley, V.S.' ___ 

11th, "tluelph "—«'(■ above, at 1st Brigade Hd. Qrs. 

Pith, "Newcastle" F. B. (X.Ii.). Organized 18th Dec, 
1808. Major, R. L. Maltby (Seurastle, A'.«.) ; Capt., 
; Sura. Maj., Robert Nicholson, M.D. ; 
Vet. Lt., Ilon'y Vet. Capt. .Ino. Morrissy, V.S, 



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13th. "VVitmiiu'ff" K. n.(Man.) Ortfiinizwl 13lh Oct., 
1871. jW((y'()/', "Kihvin Uo'ti'.i;!' (W i n ii i jny, Mnn.); Citiit., 
\,. .1. (t. DiK^lmriuf; Siini. iltij.. It. .1. lilaiKtliard, 
M.l». ; V,-t. I.t., Mon'.v Vel'. L'ai)t. \V. ,1. Iliniiiaii, \ .S. 

14th, "Diiilmm" F. M. (/'i)/7 llnpr, Out.). Oritanizud 
li)tli April, I.S72. Main,; lU. M.-Col. William Mc- 
Lean {I'liit Ihii'C Out) ; fV/)^, ; 
Vet. U., .). \V. Fisher, V.S. 



l.-ith, "Shefford" K. \\. (iinuihji. Que). orKanized 10th 
May, IsT'i. Majnr, 

Ciipt., <). Anivrauld ; Stiivg. Major, Win. C). Lamlily, 
M.l>. ; ^V^ Ij., O. I.. I'rfdcHi', V.S. 

16th, "Giielph "—*■«« above, al 1st Urij^ade lid. Qrs. 

17th, "Sydney" F. 11. (N.S.). Or^ani/.t'd lllh May, 
18S;i. Majot; Walter Crowt! (.S>//i,'i/, S.S.]; Caiit.. 
I). I., .^folionald ; Siiiji. Major, Frcuniaii O'Neil, M.U. ; 
!V. ^^, \V. .lakeman.' 



OAIIHISON KKdI.MK.STS AND COMI'ANIKS. 

1st, "Halifax" K-jKiniftit (.V. ,S'.). Organized loth 
Sept., 18()i». //(./(■.(/ Lt.-CoL, I.t. -Col. A. K. Cnrren; 
Lh'iit.-Colonrl, V. II. OxU'y (llaliKi.r, N.S.); Majorx, 
Hy. Flowers, .)as. K. (!. Hoiilton, .1. A. 0. Mowltrav ; 
CnpUiiM, .1. A. Marshall. O. W. (). llensley, H 11. 
Silver, H. T. .Jones, lU. Maj. .loliii Daley, lit. Maj. T. 
It. .lolly, I'. A. ICrnsl.C. 10. Tanner : raiiinanter, llon'y 
Capt. .1. K. I!(i\ ; Adjutant, Lieut. 11. S. Treniaine'; 
Q.M., Hon'v Capl. A. M. Ilaiild ; Svnr Maj., Ilon'v 
Surj,'. Lt.-Col T. It. AInion, .M.I). ; //od.'.i/ Suiy. Major, 
J. Stewart, M U. ; Sary. lA., C. I). Murray, M.D. 

2nd, "Montreal " Ketfiinent (Qae.). ( (rffanized 27th 
Nov., 18.'.(!. Hon II LI -Col., It. Wilson-Smith, Ks(|. 
U. Colonel, V. M. VaAq (Montreal, (}ar.); Majorx, F. 
W. HihUard, K. It. Harton, (Jeo. 1*. Kn<rland ; Cdpfalns, 
.1. II. Wynne, K. M. Iten<)uf,(!. \'. .Motherwell; I'aum'r, 
♦Hon'v .Major W. ('. Trotter; /((/;»/((()/, C.ipt. K. ('. 
(Jole; Q. M.. Hon'v Oai)t. "W. A. McGuinness; Sunt. 
Major, M. M. Klder, M D. ; Sura. IJ., H. M. Church, 
M.I). ; Hoii'i) Cha/K, ntev. .1. |{. Harclav, M.A., I) 1). 



,3rd, "New HrunswicU " Ueiriineiit (//(/. Qr.i., St. John, 
N. n.). Organized 2>Sth.Mav, 18ti!). fJ.-Colonrl. G. 
W. .Tones (.S7. John, N.li. ; Major, W. \V. White. 
C<ini])a)iies : No. I, St. .lohn, ('apt. I!. It. Armstrontr; 
No. 2, Carleton, ("apt. .1. H. .M. Baxter; No. ;{. Port- 
land, Ca)il. It. II. (i<irdoii ; No. 1, St. .Iohn,Cai>t. F. A. 
Foster ; No. .">, h'airville, Ca|>t. W. K. Foster. /Vi/- 
ina.<ilrr, Hon'y Capt. .1. I). Ila/.en ; Ailif., 

; ',"■• V''-. Hon'v Maj. S. I). Crawford ; Sur;). 
Maj., Hon'y Sury. I.t. ("nl. .I.'W. Daniel, M.D. ; Sarji. 
Lt., llon'y Surtf. Maj. .Joseph Andrews, .M.D. ; llon'y 
Chaplain, llev. .1. do Soyres, M.A. 

4th, "Prince Kdward I.sland" llejrimentf //</. Qrx., Char, 
lott.itown., I'. K. I.). Oricanizcd ;ilst March, IJSH'2. 
llon'u IJ.Col., Sir L. H. Davies. K.C.M.G. ht.- 
Colond, .1. A. I.onijworth (''harlottplown, I'.H.I.); 
Major, \V. .\. O. Morsoii. Conmaninn: No. 1, Cliar- 
lottetown, (^ai)t. and lit. .Maj., II. Mel.. Da\isoii; 
No. 2, Charlottetown, (!apl. F. W. I,. Moore; No. .'!, 
(Jeori,''etrwn, Capt. ; No. 4, Sonris, 

('apt. Donald Leslie; No. .'>, Monta;rue, Capt. W. .\. 
.loluistone. /V»i/i/ic., Hon'v Maj.S. F. Hodifson : Ailjt., 
Capt. F. I'. Carvel! ; '.'r.'Mr., llon'y Maj. K<lmund 
Cameron; Siinj. Maj., S It .leiikins, M.D. ; Sarij. 
Lt.. I). A. Stewart, .Sl.l). ; Ilon'ii Chaplain, Rev. t. 
F. Fullcrtoii. 

5th, "British Columhia" KeiiiiiK-nt. Organized 12th 
Oct., 188;{. LI. -Colonel ConuVq, Hon. K. 0. Prior 
(Victoria, B.C.). 

at Battalion (ILt. V'*'-, Virtoria, I!. C). Lf. -Colonel, 
Francis n. Cvvgnry (I'ieloria , li.C): .Vrt/oc*, Benjamin 
Williams, R. R. .Minu'o, .1, P. i ilihen : Vaplainn. D. 
If. McConnan, B. H. T. Drake, ,1. V. Foulkes ; I'aih 



nianter, Ilon'v Capt. P. S. Lampnian ; Adjutant, 
Capt. M. (i. Blanchard ; Qr. Mr., 

; Sinv. Maj., K. C. Hart, M.I>. ; llon'y Chap- 
lain, Rev. C. K. Sharp. 

(Ith "(^iiehecand Levis" Re<finient ("/W. (Jrs. 

). <)r>ranized 1st .liily, 18!)!). Lt. -Colonel, 

; Majorat, L. A. Iludon, Geo. S. Vien, 
,los. <). Martineaii. Conipanien : No. 1, Levis, Capt. 
L. .Marsan ; No. 2, Levis, Ca|)t. .1. li. P. Ber;feron ; No, 
.i, l^uehec, Capt. G. P. Rov. I'aymr., 

; Adjt., ; Qr. Mr., 

; Sur;/ Maj., . 

Cohour(f Company (Ont.). Organized 4th May, 1860. 
Major, N. F. .MiicNachtan ; Capt., K. A. MacNachtan 
(Cotmunj, Out.). 

ENGINEERS. 
Uniform, scarlet; facings, hlue. 
Charlottetown Company (P. E. I.). Organized 16th 
Aug., 1878. Major,' \y. A. Weeks (C ha rlottetinm, 
r.K.f.). Capt., 

Brighton Company (\i'i}od,itock, N.li.). Organized 27lh 
Fel)., 1880. Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. D. McLeod Vinue 
(Woodstock, .\.li.). Capt., J. R. Tomkins. 



INFANTRY AND RIFLES. 

Infantry: Uniform, scarlet ; facings, hlue. Rifles: Uni- 
form, green; facings, scarlet. 

Royal Canadian Regiment of Infantry (nee Pkrmanent 
FoiicK altove). 

The Governor Geneial's Foot Guards (Ottawa). Organ- 
ized 7th June, 1872. Hon'y Lt.-Col., His E.xcellency 
The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Minto, G.C.M.G. Lt.- 
Colonel, W. E. Hodgins {Ottawa). Majors, A. L. 
.larvis, Sydney C. 1). Roper. 

.Six Companies, Ottawa: Captains, *E. E. F. Taylor, 
H. A. Bale, D. R. S..ieet, "W. T. Lawless, D. H. 
McLean, A. S. A. M. Adamson. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Capt. R. Gill. Adjutant, 'Capt. C. F. Winter. 
Q.M., . Suraeon Major, '.I. A. 

(irant, jr., M.D. Sary. Lt., "J. F. Kidd, M.D. 

1 gjf. Battalion, " Prince of Wales' Regiment Fusiliers" 
•■*'-' (Montreal). Organized 17th Nov., 18.59. Motto: 
" Nulli Secundiis." Ilon'ii Colonel, Field Marshal, 
II. It, II. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, E.G., K.T., 
K.P., G.C.M.t!., etc. LI. -Colonel, .', P. Cooke (Mon- 
treal) Majors, Victor E. Mitchell and 'J. A. Finlayson. 

Kiijht Companies, Montre.al : Captains, Thos. F. Dohhin, 
Wm. (i. Brown. K. M. Courtney, J. G. Mnir, W. G. 
McV. Stuart, W. E. Brown. Paiimaster, Hon'y Capt. 
.1. 1). Ci. Lefehvre. Adjt., Capt. \V. L. Bond. Qr. 
Mr , llon'y Cai)t. Wm. Siinpson. Svry. A'rt-'., T. G. 
Roddick, .M.I)., Hon'y Surg, to Gov. Ger.'!. Hon'y 
Chaplain, The Rt. Rev, W. B. Bond. 

•?iii1 Hiiftalion, "Queen's Own Rifles of Canada" 
^"'^' (Toronto). Mg.anized 261 h Api-il, 1860. Badge 
and Device : A maple leaf (in silver for otticers, and 
lironze for non-commissioned otticers and men) on 
which a scroll or garter, clasped with a l)uckle and 
hearing the legend, " Queen's Own Riflei," and the 
motto, " In pace paratus," encircling the figure 2 
and surmounted by the Imperial Crown. Cross 
helt ornaments: A lion's heatl, -iv-iti and whistle 
in silver, with a centre ornament on a silver plate be- 
tween two wreaths of nia|>le lei'ves (silver) conjoined 
at the base encir<-ling a Maltese cross of black enamel 
fimbriated, between the arms of the cross four lioncelg 
(silver) i>assant-gardant — charged ujion the cross a 
plate of lilack enamel inscribed with the figure 2 with 
a border also of black enamel and .Inibriated, inscribed 
with the words "Queen's Own Rifles." Over all the 
Imperial Crown 'n silver resting upon a supporting 
tablet of the same. Lt. -Colonel, M. M. Delamere 
(Toronto). Majors, H. M. Pellattand John A. Murray. 



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Ten Companicn, Toronto: CnplniiiH,*Bt. Maj. W. G. 
Mutton, m. Maj. J. U. Thompson, lU. Maj. P. L. 
Mason, M. S. Mercer, lloUt. Ilennie, A. G. I'euolien, 
Harry K. W.vatt., K. C. U' Ves(!onte, II. K. Barker, .1. 
B. Miller. PitniiiUKter, 'llon'y ("apt. A. B. Lee. 
Adjutant, (/'apt. K. K. Ounlher. (Jr. Mr., Hon'v 
Capt. .r. O. Thorn. Siirff. Ma}., \.. \,. I'ahner, M.l>. 
^i/)v/. y.,/.,JohnT. KotliLrinjfhani, M.l). Iluiiii Clmp- 
lain, *llev. G. E. Lloyd. 

q,,,l Battalion, "Victoria Rifles of Canada" {Montreal). 

OlyX Orjjani/.ed loih Jan., KSC-i. This Battalion is 
allowed to hear the worda " Knelos' llill," in recojf- 
nition of the services rendered hy it at that en^'a^fe- 
nient. Hon'ii Lt. ■Colonel. Lord Strathi'onaand Mount 
Royal, B.C'ti.C.M.G. U. -Colonel. VaWw B. Bustced 
(Montreal). Majom, C W. Meakins and G. A. S. 
Hainilton. 

Six Companies!, Montreal : Captainn, Chs. L. MacAdam, 
lloht. 8tarke, Frank S\. Kisher, G. C. H. Ilinni, W . T. 
Rodden, ('anipl)ull Stewart. /'aiiniaitter,Unn'\ Major 
W. R.;;ld.en. Adjutant, Capt. K. VV. Wilson. <Jr. 
Mr., Hon'v Capt. V. Gorman. Surg. Maj., H. .*<. 
Bifkett, M.n. Sur;/. U., II. B. Yates, M.l). Hon'!/ 
Chaplain, Rev. Jaeol) Ellenood. 



X4-\, Battalion, " Koval Scots of Cantida" (Montreal). 
«^^'^ Or},'ani/,ed :Ust .Ian., 18(i-2. Bad^'e : A hoar's 

head with the motto, " Ne ohliviscaris." in the 

Garferutidcrit. lA. -Colonel, K. H. ^^hatnowt Montreal). 

Majorn, G. \V. Cameron, .In'). Carson. 
Six Conipanie.i, .Montreal: Captainn, K. C. Ca.nphell, 

1). C. .S. .Miller, \V. H. Evans, G. S. CantMe, ,1. S. 

Ihhotson. I'atiniaxter, Hony Capt. C. E. Ga\dt. 

Adjutant, (^.ipt. V. S. Meiu'han. (,>/'. Mr., Hon'v Maj. 

W. M. Bla'klock. Surg. Maj., Rollo Campheli; .M.I). 

Surg. Lt., K. II. Brown, M.D. lion''- ''haplaiii. 

Rev. .1. E. Hill, B.D. 

f>4.], Battalionof Rifles (rrt;ic()i(rcr, B.C.). Lt. -Colonel, 
ULIl 'Q j^ Worsnop. Majorx, Laeev R. .lohnson, {;. C. 

Bennett, .). C. Wli'te ; Caplains),' *V. W. Boultbee, 

A. Henderson, J. i). Stewart ; Adjutant, Capt. .1. R. 

Tite ; Qr. Mr., ''Hony Capt. J. F. Garden ; Surg. 

Major, A. Macd. Rohertson, M.D. ; Surg. Lt., \V, L 

Senkler, M.D. 

'T 4- y, Battalion, " Ftisiliers" (/y(i«(?o;i)- Organized 1st 

• I'" Feb., ISIK). Uon'ii Lieut. -Col., Hon. Sir John 

Carliiij.', lv.C.M.(J. Lient. -Colonel, A. M. Smith 

(London, Out.). Majors, .1. W. Little and H. B. 

Cronyn. 

Six Conipanien, London : Captainn, Bt. Maj. G. W. 
Hayes, W. S. Smith, G. T. Brown, F. Keid, A. A. 
Campheli, H. A. Kin^sinill. Painnaster, Hon'v Capt. 
W. J. Reid. Adjutant, Lieut. 'W. A. MoCr-".r,non. 
Qr. Mr., Hon'v Caiit. J. Graham. Surg. Ma/., .lohn 
M. Piper, M.D. Surg. Lt., Hoht. Ovens, M.D.' Ilon'g 
Chaplain, Rev. E. Davis, .M.A. 



Q4-1, Battalion, " Ro,\al Rifles" (Quebec). Oi^anizcd 
Cf^ll -i-ind Feb., 1S(>2. Badjre and motto: A lion's 
head and whistle to be connected with three chains, 
all in silver, a centre ornament on a polished silver 
plate between two wreaths of laurel leaves of frosted 
silver, conjoined at the base, indudinf; a Maltese 
cross of frosted silver, he'.,ween the arms of tlie 
cross four lioneel,H pait.'iant, ganlant; chartred ui)on 
the centre of the cross a 'i>late of frosted silver 
inscribed with VUI surrounde<l with a border also 
of frosted silver inscribed with the words "Ro.\al 
Rifles " ; on a silver scroll cbary^ed on the base of this 
centre ornament where the wreaths are joined, and 
inscribed with the rotjimental motto, " Volens et 
Valens." Overall the Imperial Crown in silver rest- 
ing upon a sui)i)ortive tablet of the same. The pouch- 
belt ornaments of serfjeants to he of similar form, but 
of broM/.e, l.islead of silver, tlno'u Lt.-Col., lion. 
R. R. Dol)ell, I'.C. Lt. -Colonel, G. E. A. Jones 
(Queliee). Majorti, J. S. Dunbar, and 

Six Conipaniex, i)nchcc: ('aidainn, W. J. Rav, V. J. 
Dunn, \V. H. Davidson, K. R. Haie, W. S. Champion, 
J. i, Sharpies, Paymaxter, Hon'y Capt, W. H. 



Petrv. Adjutant, Capt. W. C. H. Woo<L Qr Mr., 
Hon'v Capt. T. H. Argue. Surg. Maj., H. R. Ross, 
M.l). Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surg. Capt. G. H. Parke, M.D. 

(jf I, Battalion Rifles, "VoltigeursdeQii6be('"(QMf '«''•). 

nLll (),,,^iuiized 7th March, 18()2. .Ma<lges and .Motto: 
A St. Louis Cross, surmounted hy the Imperial Crown, 
having at each of its angles, Fleurs de Lis, and in the 
(centre the mimeral 9 encircled by the designation 
" Voltigeurs de (Quebec"; on a scroll at foot, the 
Regimental motto, "Force a Superhe, Mercy a 
Foible." Cross-belt ornaments : A lion's head, chain 
and whistle in silver. The centre ornament to consist 
of the above-described badge in silver. Forage Cap 
Badge : A l)ugle in silver with the numeral 9 in its 
centre. Ornament for Pouch : A bugle suspended 
bv a knotted ribbon, with cords and tassels. Ilon'i/ 
Lt. -Col., The Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, G.C.M.G. 
I. ieuf. -Colonel, "(i. T. A. Evantnrel (Quebec), Hon'y 
A.D.(,'. to (iov. Oen'l. Majors, Oscar Evantnrel and 
Lm; Roulhier. 

Eight Conipaiiict, (Quebec: Captains, *]j. G. Chabot, A. 
(iarant, Paul Levasseur, G. L. Cloutier, G. Belleau, 
J. B. .Matte, J. E. Bolduc, P. A. Desaint. Paymaster, 
*Hon'y Maj. Aimt5 Talbot. Adjutant, Capt. J. P. G. 
Ouellet Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. A. Evanturel. Surg. 
J/rt;/., Artimr Watters, .M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surg, 
Capt. Z. S. Gia,sson, M.D. Hon'y Chaplain, Rev, 
'F. X. Faguy. 

1 ntli Battalion "Royal Grenadiers" (Tonmto). 

lUtll Organized 14th "March, 186'2. Authority has 
been given this Battalion to wear upon its colotirs 
the word " Batoche," in recognit'.on of the Corps 
having been in that engagement during the North- 
west campaign of 188.5. Ba<lge : In centre on shield, 
llgure 10 with crown on top; behind both and 
showing above crown and 10, a sheaf of spears ; on 
dexter side Thistle and Shamrock ; on sinister side 
Ro.ses, and in base Maple Leaves. The shield sur- 
rounded with Garter hearing the >.iotto, " Rcafly, 
Aye Ready," which is surrounded by a wreath of 
laurel leaves, behind which and extending outside 
wreath a military star. The whole surmounted by a 
Royal Crown. Ilony Lt. Colonel, The Rt. Hon. the 
Earl of Aberdeen, G.C.M.(}. Lt. -Colonel, John Bruce 
(Toronto). Majors, Alf. B. Cameron and Wni. T. 
Tassie. 

Ten Companies, Toronto : Captains, .las. D. MacKay, 
G. A. Stimson, *^A. .1. Bovd, A. E. Gooderham, D. C. 
Meyers, ^H. Brock, H. R.' OReilly, S. F. Sloane, J. T. 
Craig, J. C. Mason. Pauniaster, Hon'v Capt. A. D, 
Cartwright. .1(07., Lt. Chs. S. Wilkie. Qr. Mr., 
Hon'v Capt. R. O. Montgomery. Sitcf/. 3/rt/., *E. E. 
King, M.D. Surg. Lt., M.D. Honhj 

Chaplain, Rev. A. H. Balthvin. 

11 *U Battalion of Infantry, "Argenteuil Rangers" 
*-^^^ {Hd. Qrs., Lachute, >iue^. Organized 14th 
March, 18(i'J. Badge : A military star, in the centre 
the numeral 11, encircled h.v the additional desig- 
nation of the Battalion. The whole encircled by a 
wreath of Mapb' Leaves surmounted by the Imperial 
Crown, with the motto "No Surrender" on a scroll 
underneath. IJ .-Colonel, E. A. Hodgson (Hudson, 
»,»»('.). Maj(n-s, H. Jekill and 
Companies : No. 1, St. Andrews, Ca])t. F. Gushing; 
No. •>, West (!ore, t^apt. S. E. Smith ; No. 3, Morin 
Flats, *Cai)t. A. Watchorn ; No. 4, Lachute, »Capt. G. 
I). Walker ; No. .'i, East Gore, Capt. .1. A. Rogers ; 
No. (1, iMille Isles, ('apt. : No. 7. Carillon, 

Capt. ; No. 8, CJhatham, »Capt. 

.lobii Earle. Paymaster, Hon'y ('apt. F. W. Thistle- 
Ihwaite. Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Hon'v Capt. W. H. Christie. Surg. Maj., 
G. F. Shaw, M.D. Surg. Lt., A. Macdonald, M.D. 
Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. J. Dixon. 

1 t)4-1| Battalion of Infantrv, "York Rangers" (Ht2. 

I ^lll Q,..,^ Aurora, Ont'.). Organized 14th Sept., 

18(i(). Motto: "Celer et Audax." Lt.-Col., *T. H. 

]j]riy(\(.\'eu'}narhet, (Int.). Majors, *J. T. Thompson, 

(Toronto), and 'J. K. Leslie. 

Companies: No. 1, Riverside. *Cn]it. T. Mitchell No. 

I 2, Aurora, Capt. A. G. Nicol ; No. 3, Seaton Village, 

I (Japt. Alex. Elliott; No, 4, Newmarket, 'Capt. J, A. 



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W. Allan ; No. 5, Toronto .fiuiction, *Capt. Alf. 
Curran ; No. (i, I'ailulule, 'C'apt. F. VV. Hiown ; 
No. 7, Sutton Went, Capt. C. II. H. Kiclies ; No. 8, 
Vorkville, Capt. J. E. Verral. I'aymiuter, llon'y 
Capt. T. II. Brunton. Adjutant, Oapt. James Way- 
lin^f (Sharon). Qr. Mr., ilon'v Capt. Alex. Uillieb. 
Swff. Maj., U. M. Hillary, M.D. Siir(j. Lt., H. B. 
Anderson, M.D. llau'ii Chaplain, Rev. K. II. Mussen, 
M.A. 

IOj-U Battalion of Infantry (Hninillon, Out.). Orjfan- 
*J*J" ize<l 11th December, 1S()2. llon'ji U.-ddonid, 
*Lt.-Col. Hon. John M. Gibson, llon'y A. D.C. toOov.- 
Gen. Lt.-Col., *IIenry McLareti (IluiniUun, Ont.). 
Majors, *John Stoneman, E. O. Zealand. 

Eight CompaniCH, Hamilton : Captaiim, Bt. Maj. E. E. 
W. Moore, Bt. J.'aj. S. 0. Mewburn, Bt. Maj. F. 15. Ross, 
*R. II. Labatt, J. II. Herrin),', U. A. P. I'owis, O. I). 
Fearman, VV. h. Bruce. Paymaster, *IIon'v Maj. J. 
J. Mason. Adjutant, Capt. VV. O. Tidswell." Qr, Mr., 
Hon'y Capt. T. W. Lester. Surg. Maj., II. S. Grittiti, 
M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surg. Capt. O, S. Reniiie, 
M.D. Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. (J. A. Forneret. 

]Af\i Battalion, "The Princess of Wales' Own Rifles'' 
^'" (Kingston, Ont.). Oriranized 10th .Jan., 1803. 
Hon'ii Lt.-Colonel, Lt.-Ool. "Henry R. Smith. Lt.- 
Colonel, J. S. Skinnci-. Majoris, Jas. GallowAV, Jr., 
R. E. Kent. 

Six Companies, Kingston : Captains, W. H. Maonee, 
R. D. Sutherland, A. B. Cunningham, K. O. Strange, 
W. B. Skinner, J. L. 11. Bogart. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Capt. A. J. Sinclair. Adjutant, Capt. R. VV. Brig- 
stocke. Qr. Mr., Hon'v Capt. W. J. A. White. Surg. 
Maj., R. VV. Garrett, M.D. Stirg. Lt., John Herald, 

M.i). 

1 f^tVi Battalion, "Argyll Light Infantry " (Betleville, 
LOlll Ont.). Organized 10th Jan., 1S03. Device 
and Motto : The Garter, surmounted by a crown, and 
inscribed thereon, " Argyle Light Infantry." Within 
the Garter the numeral XV surmounted by a boar's 
head. The Garter surmounted by a wreath of Maple 
Leaves supported by the colours of the Battalion, o-d, 
underneath, the motto, " NuUi Secundus." Ilo I'li 
/.f.-Coi., The Rt. Hon. Sir John Douglas Suther'and 
Campbel', Marquis of Lome. Lt.-CnUmi'l, VV. N. 
Ponton (Belleville, Ont.). Majors, "J. E. Ilalliwelland 
W. VV. Pope. 

Six Companies, Belleville : Captains, S. W. Vermilyta, 
R. A. McOuinness, A. F. Slatheson, Thos. Stewart, 
VV. S. Conger, L. VV. Marsh. Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. 
J. L. Biggar. Adjutant, Qr. Mr., 

Hon'y Maj. Edward Donald. Surg. Maj., 

. Surg. Lt., . Hon' y Chap- 

lain, Rev. M. VV. Maclean, M.A. 

■I iifl, " Prince Edward" Battalion of Infantry (Bd. 
L\3\iV\ Qfg^ Picton, Out.). Organized 6th Feb.. 1803. 

Lt.-Colonel, Alex. MciDonnell (/'/c^)(l, Ont.). Majors, 

F. J. Horrigan, *Angii3 Lighthall. 

C'^mpanies : No. 1, Picton, Capi. AF. Adams; No. 2, 
Milford, Capt. ; No. 3, Consecon, Capt. A. 

A. Ferguson ; No. 4, Picton, Capt. Alfred Wall ; 
No. .'), Rossmore, Capt. A. VV. VVeese ; No. 0, North 
Port, Capt. H. E. Putman. Paymaster, Hon'v Capt. 
W. V. Pettet. Adjutant, Lt. J. N. Carter. Qr. Mr., 
Hon'y Capt. F. VV. /\danis. Surg. Maj., Edward 
Kidd, M.D. Iloa'y Chaplain, Rev. A. H. Creegan. 

1 74.1, " Levis " Battalion of Infantrv (Hd. Qrs., L^vis, 
■I < I'll Que.). Organized 20th Feb., 1803. Lt. -Colonel, 

Auguste Fournier (llellerhasse, Que.). Majors, I. E. 

Demers (Li'i'i'.v, Que.), Jac(|ues Morin. 
Companies: No. 1, Point L6vis, Capt. ,1. A. Roy ; No. 2, 

Liivis, Capt. J. M. Dagneau ; No. 3, L6vis, Cai>t. 

; No. 4, St. Nicholas, Capt. J. Lagueu.x ; 

No. ,■■), St. Henri, Capt. T. D. Boulanger; No. 0, St. 

Lambert, Capt. A. Gagii.' ; No. 7, "^^'t. Raphael, Capt. 

Joseph Part' ; No. 8, Ste. Claire, Capt. Francis Morin. 

Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. F. X. Beaulieu. Adjutant, 
. Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. Ulric 

Valiquet. Surg. Maj., 3. A. P. Lord, M.I). Surg. Lt., 

H. T. Hanielin, M.D. 



1 Qtli "^*- Catharines" Battalion of Infantry (St. 
* "'•" Cnlf/iait/icx, Ont.). Organized 18th .Vlarch, 

1863. Lt.-Colonel, . Major, Geo. 

Tliairs. 

Four Companies : Cai'ts., E. O. Switzer, H. G. Kennedy, 
.1. E. Varley, C. C. Riordon. Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. 
T. C. Dawson. Adjt., Capt. J. S. Campbell, Qr. Mr., 
Hon'y Capt. J. T. Groves. Surg. Maj.. S. II. McCoy, 
M.I). Surg. Lt., . llon'y Chaplain, 

Rev. Robt. Ker. 

•>>nfli Halton Battalion, "Lome Rifles" (lid. Qrs., 

^^"^** Milton, Ont.). Organized 28th Sejit., 1866. 

Lt.-Colonel, G. S. Goodwillie (Georiietown). Majors, 

Bt. Lt.-Col. VV. P. Appelbe (Stewartown, Halton) 

and T. VV. Fox. 

Companies: No. 1, Oakville, Capt. Wm. McDonald; 
No. 2, Stewartown, Capt. A. L. .Voble ( Sorral) ; No. 

3, Georgetown, Capt. and Bt. .Vlaj. W. P. Moore ; No. 

4, Campbeliville, Capt. Matthew Beattie ; No. 5, 
Burlington, Capt. A. Galloway (liurlington) ; No. 6, 
Acton, Capt. J. G. Langton ; No. 7, Milton, Capt. 
and Bt. Major Wm. Panton. Paumaster, "Hon'v Maj. 
J. R. Barber. Adjutant, ; Qr. Mr., 
Hon'y Maj. Lachlan Grant. Surg. Major, Milton 
McCrimmoTi, M.D. Surg. Lt., 

g,4- Battalion, "Essex Fusiliers," (Ud. Qrs., Wind- 

01 V.,... n„f \ oivjanized 12th June, 1885 Lt.- 

Guillot (Wind,'<or, Ont.). Major, 



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sor, Ont.). 
Colonel, '.James C 
Noble A. Bartlet. 



Companies : No 1, Windsoi-, Copt. V. II. Laing; No. 
2, Leamington, Capt. G. G. Moscv; No. 3, Windsor, 
Capt. C. II. Kent ; No. 4, VValkerville, Capt. S. C. 
Robinson ; No. 5, Windsor, Capt. G. II. (iauthier. 
Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. J. 
Capt. II. Kennnis-Betf. (,)/•. 
VVigle. Surg. Maj., 'H. R. 
Lt., H. II. Sanderson, .VI, D. 
J. C. Tolmie. 



F. Smvth. Adjutant, 
Mr., llon'y Capt. E. S. 
Casgrain, >M). Surg. 
Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. 



99nrl Battalion " Oxford Rifles" (lid. Qrs., 
4ii^lUl ^.ffii^.jc^ Ont.). Orgauiztd 14th Aug. 



Wood- 

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 designation, "The 
Oxford Rifles." The whole encircled by a wreath of 
Maple Leaves surmounted by the Imperial Crown, 
with the motto, " Pro aris et focis," on the wreath, 
at base of badge. Hon'y Lt.-Colonel, James Munro 
(Kmbro). Lt.-Col, J. C. Hegler (Ingerwll, Ont.). 
Majors, F. VV. Macqueen (Woodstock) and H. V. 
Knight. 

Companies: No. 1, Woodstock, Capt. E. L. Morton ; 
No. 2, Embro, Capt. ,1. M. Ross; No. 3, Princeton, 
Capt. A. I). Muir ; No. 4, Ingersoll, Ca,)t. H. O. 
Mackay ; No. n, Norwich, Capt. T. M. Brown ; No. 6, 
Strathallan, Capt. Wm. Andison ; No. ", Tilson- 
burg, Cajttain C. F. Errett ; No. 8, Inamesford, 
Ciipt. Datiiel l^uinn (Kast yis.iouri). Pui/iuaster, 
Hon'y Maj. James Sutherland. Adjutant, Lt. VV. F. 
McKav. Qr. .Vr., Hon'v Maj. A. S. iUill. Surg. Maj., 
A. T. Rice, VI.D. Surg. Lt., J. M. Rogers, M.D. 
Hvn'y Chaplain, Rev. J. C. Farthing. 

.7-4.1, "p:igin" Battalion of Infantrv (lid. Qrs., St. 

^•Jtll Thomas, Ont.). Organized 14th Sept., 180ti. 
Badge and .VIotto : The Seal of the County of Elgin, 
within a Garter bearing the words " P^lgin Infantry," 
and the numerals XXV, surrounded by a Maple 
wreath, having at top a beaver. Below the wreath a 
scroll with the motto, "Offlrium Primum." In lear 
of all and extending beyond the wreath, an eight 
pointed star, surmounted by the Imperial Crown. 
For front plate of helmet, t!ie above-described badge 
of gilt metal, exceiH, the Seal of County, the beaver 
aiul the scroll bearing the motto, of silver. Lt.- 
Colonel, John Stacey (St. '/'/hk/ki.'!, Out.). Major, A. 
F McLachlin. 

Four Companies, St. Thomas ; Ca])taius. VV. J. Green, 
J. S. Robertson, (ieo. Stacey. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Capt. J. J. Teetzel. Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. T. E. H. Caughell. Surq. Maj., 
Robert Kains, M.D. Surg. Lt., A. A. McCrimmon, 
M.D. Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. A. C. Hill. 




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*>Afli "Middlesex" Battalion of Un:ht, Infantry f/W. 

^DLll Qrn., LoniloH, Out.). Or^fanized 14th Sept., 
18«6. Lt. -Colonel, Kol)ert McEwen (ISi/ivn, (hit.). 
Majors, U. E. M. Stuart and 

Companies: No. 1, Delaware, Caiit. C. G. Oarnett ; 
No. 2, Caradoc, OaiH. G. C. Lindsay ; No. 'A, St. 
Johns, Capt. J. E. Kerrij,'an ; No. 4, I )reaney'8 Cor- 
ners, Capt. A. V. Hecher ; No. .'), .Moras iantown, Capt. 
.1. H. Milliken ; No. 0, Park ilill. Capt. II. It. I'ous- 
sett ; No. 7, Slrathroy, Captain T. H. Welch ; No. «, 
Vanneok, Captain Hart. Uobson. /'aijiiinKti-r, Hon'y 
Maj. .lohn Stevenson. Adjutant, Capt. II. W. Niven. 
Qr. Mr., Ilon'v Capt. J. H. Mcintosh. Surg. Maj., 
'V.F. Roonie,'M.D. Surfi. Lt., O. L. IJerdan, M.D. 
Hon'}i Chaplain, Rev. A. G. Dann. 

Q7fV, "Lainbton" Haltalion of Infantry, "St. Clair 
^« I'll Borderers " C/ir<. QrK., Sarnia, Out.). Or;,'an- 

ized 14th .Sept., I8(i(i. Motto: "Semper paratns et 

fldelis." Lt.-Colonel, C. S. Ellis (Sarnin, Oiil.). 

Majorn, J. F. Kenward (Wat font), Frederic \V. 

Kitterniaster. 

Coinpaniei^ : Nc. 1, Petrolea, Capt. 11. J. Dawson ; 
No. 2, Forest, Capt. W. Bryant ; No. 3, Widder, 
Capt. T. VV. Nishet ; No. 4, Warwick, Capt. Frederick 
Gorman ; No. ."i. Point Edward, Capt. and Bt. Maj. 
J. F. O'Neil ; No. 6, Watford, Capt. W. F. B. Colur ; 
No. 7, Sarnia, Capt. Robert McKenzie. Pai/tnaKter, 
llon'y Capt. T. H. Cook. Adjutant, Capt. 
Qr. Mr., Hon'y Major T. F. Towers. Surg. Maj., 
Robert Gibson, M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surff. Capt. A. 
N. Hayes, JI.D. Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. T. R. Davis. 

9Qfli "Perth" Battalion of Infantry (/W. Qrs., Strut- 
'^~*-'-'^/ord, Ont.). Or^^anized 14th fScpt., 1866. Lt.- 
Colonel, H. A. L. White (St. Marii'.i); Majors, W. C. 
Moscrip, *G. T. Cooke. 

Companies : No. 1, Stratford, Captain R. Rurritt ; 
No. 2, Stratford, Captain D. J. (iil)son ; No. 3, St. 
Marv's, Capt. David W. Jameson ; No. 4, Mitchell, 
Capt. G. L. Money; No. .5, Stratford, Capt. H. W. 
Copiis; No. (!, Stratford, Capt. Williamson Guy. I'ay- 
maxter, Hon'y Maj. William Lawrence. Adjutant, 

Q.M., Hon' v Capt. 
J. Hamilton. Surg. Maj., W. T. Parke, M.D." Surg. 
Lt., J. P. Rankin, M.D. llon'y Chaplain, Rev. D. 
Williams, 

•)Qf-li "Waterloo" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
^ntll Berlin, Out.). Organized 14th Sept., I8(i6. Lt.- 



Colonel, G. Acheson {Gait, Ont.). 
and W. McK. Kerr. 



Majorn, H. Martin 



Company's: No. 1, Berlin, Captain H. Messett; No. 
2, Gait, Capt. ; No. 3, New Hamburg-, 

*Capt. F. H. McCallum ; No. 4, Gait, Cai>t. 

; No. ,'j, Hespeler, Capt John Limpert ; No. 6, 
Berlin, Capt. G. P. Zeigler. Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. 
H. S. Howell. Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. P. Jardine. Surg Maj., R. 
J. Lockhart, M.D Surg. Lt., H. F. MacKenilrick, 
M.D. ; llon'y Chaplain, Rev. John Ridley. 

0/|4.1, "Wellington" Battalion of Rifles (lid. Qrs., 
OUbll Guelph, Out.). Ori,'anized 14th Sept., 18 i6. Lt.- 

Col. W. W White (Giiel,,h, Unt.). Majors, John 

Mutrie (Omtic), D. M. Allan (Nichol). 
Companies; No. 1, Harriston, Capt. Robert Iloltoni ; 

No. 2, Guelph, Capt. P. D. McLaren ; No. 3, Fergus, 

Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. J. Craig ; No. 4, Flora, Capt. 

Alex. Moir (Nichnl) ; No. U, Mount Forest, Capt. J. 

H. Coyne ; No. 6, Eramosa, Capt. ; 

No. 7, Erin, Capt. T. E. Carbery ; No, 8, Palmerstoti, 

Capt. A. Ross ; No. 9, Gueliih, Capt. L. C. Widenian ; 

No. 10, Arthur, Capt. J. F. Dodds. Paymaster, Hon'y 

Capt. John Crowe. Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr , Hon'v Capt. S Wissler. Surg. Maj., W. II. 

Johnson, M.D. Surg. Lt., J. D. McNaughton, M.D. 

llon'y Chaplain, Rev. A. J. Belt. 

Ol jji. "Grey" Battalion of Infantry (Bd. Qrs., Owen 
OJ^isl Sound, Out.). Organized 14th S"pt., 18()(). Lt.- 

CoL, J. P. Telford (Owen Sound, Oni.). Majors, A. 

G. Campbell (Collingwood) and Edward Rorke. 



Companies : No. 1, Owen Sound, Ciiiit. A. J. Frost; 
No. 2, .Me.-iford, Capt. H. R. Cleland ; No. 3, Owen 
Sound, (.'apt. ; No. 4, Durham, Capt. 

A. D. (Jalbraith ; No. ^i, Owen Sound, Capt. W. N. 
Chishohn ; No. (i, Fleslicrton, Cajit. E. K. Richardson; 
No. 7, Clarksburg, Ciipt. II. V. Roike ; No. 8, Owen 
Sound, Cajit. .Mcx. J. .MacKay. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Capt. F. D. Kent. Adjutant, (Ja|i|. C. J. S)>roule. 
Qr. Mr., Hon'y Cajil. J. F. .McC.'alluni. Surg. Maj., 
; .s'lnv/. /if., Edmund Oldham, .M.D. 



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Bruce" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
Walherton, Out.). Organized 14tb Sept., 
1S()(). Badge: Front plate for helmet, gi!t dull Maple 
Leaf, raised garter with " Bruce Infantry " in burnish- 
e<l gilt Roman letters. Burnished gilt immerals 
"32" in centre. On scroll below, the motto " Amor 
Patriae" Lt.-Colonel. J. H. Scott (K i neardine). 
Majors, Adam Weir (Walktrton), IIUKhClark. 

Companies: No. 1, Port Elgin, C^apt. . I. R. Mc.Kinney ; 
No. 2, Kincardine, Ca|)t. A. J. I'eter.wn ; No. 3, Luck- 
now, Capt. Ja.s. K. McD. Gordon ; No. 4, Paisley, Capt. 
Thos. Hay; No, h, Walkertoii, '.'ajit, o. E." Klein; 
No. (I, Tara, Capt. W. ,1. Douglas; No. 7, Wiarton, 
Capt. R. L. Giaham; No. 8. Teeswater, Ca))t. V. 
R. Waldo. I'ayiiiaster, Hon'y .Maj. J. Henderson. 
Adjutant, ('apt! G. II. Sherman. (/.J/., Hon'v Cajst. 
William M. Shaw. Surg. Maj., P. ,1. Scott, M.D. 
Surg. Lt., II. II. Sinclair, M,D, llon'y Chaplain, 
Rev. S. F. Roliinson. 



OQ,./! " Huron" 
«>'^'*-l Coderich, Out ). 



Battalion of Infantrv (lid. Qrs., 
t). Organized 14th .Sept., 18«(). 
Lt.-Colonel, J. A. S Van'ot' (Carliiw, Ont.). Majors, 
J. A. Wilson (Seaj'orlh, Ont.), and 

Companies : J^o. 1, (Joderich, Ca]it, Dudley Holmes; 
No. 2, Wingham, Capt. A. V. Johnston; No. 3, Seaforth, 
(.'apt. Alex. Wilson (Seaforth, Out.); No. 4, Clinton, 
Capt. ii. B. Conil)e; No. 5, Brussels. Capt. M. D. 
McTaggart ; No. (i, Exeter, Capt. II. T. Banco; No. 
7, Porter's Hill. Cajjt. J. W. Shaw (iioderieh Town- 
ship); No. 8, (lorrie, Caj>t. S. (J. Kainc ; No. 9, 
Dungannon, t!apt. Wm. Young. Pairmaster, Hon'y 
Capt. U. S. Ha>s. Adjutant, Capt.' C. J. A. Cuii- 
ningham-Duiilop. Q.M., Hon'y Maj. Joseph Beck. 
Siirg. Muj., Hon'y Surg. Lt.CoI. W. J. R. Ho'..iies, 
M. 1). Surg. Lt.,' Hon'y Surg. Cajjt J. R. Shannon, 
M.D. ll'in'y Chaplain, Rev. J. Vi'. Hodgins. 

'^J-tli "O'ltario" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
0'*L11 Whifhy, Ont.). Organized 14th Sept., 1866. 
Ba<lge and Motto; Maltese cross surmounted witli 
the motto, " Fidelis et Paratns." The regimental 
number in Roman numerals in the centre. The 
whole ei'cin'led with a wreath of JIaple Leaves and 
surmounted with a Royal Crown. Lt.-Colonel, J. E. 
Farewell (M7((7/>,i/, O;//.'). Majors, J. A. McGillivray 
(Crhridge), and Anson G. Hender.son. 
Companies : No. 1, Whitby, (Japt. Wm. Richardson ; Ne. 
2, Greenwood, Capt. T. Kuig; No. 3, Oshawa, 
*Capt. J. F. Grierson ; No. ■!, lieaverton, Capt. James 
Birohard ; No. ,'), Ilxbridgc, Capt. S. S. Sharpe ; No. 
6, Brooklin, CJ.apt. William Smith ; No. 7, Camiington, 
Capt. C. F. Bick. Paymaster, llon'y Maj. Chas. A. 
Paterson. Adjutant, Cap{. T. A. McGillivray. Qr. 
Mr., Ilon'v Capt. Robert Dillon. Sunh Mai., II. 
Ba.sconi, M.D. Surg. ^^, .». A. Clark, .M.D. llon'y 
Chaplain, Uev. (J. A. Rix. 



' Sinicoe Foresters" (Hd. 



or: 4.]^ Battalion of Infantry, 

OOlll ,^;,.,,^ llarrie, Ont.). Organized Uth .Sept., 
1860. Jlotto; " Speclemur Agendo." lion' ii Lt. -Col., 
■Lt.Col. W. E. O'Brien. Lt. -Colonel, Jaines Ward 
(liarrie, Ont.). Majors, J. B. McPhee and G. W. 
Bruce. 

Companies : No. I, Barrie, Capt. I). 11. MacLaren ; No. 
2, Collingwood, Capt. (i. K. McLean ; No. 3, Orillia, 
Capt. .lohn Preece ; No. 4, Vespra, *Cav)t. Frtdk. 
Sneath; No. i"), Barrie, ('apt. A. Cowan; No. 6, 
Huntsville, Capt. Donald Grant ; No. 7, Orillia, ""Capt 
T H. Drinkwater; No. S, .Midland, Capt. B. II. 
Ardagh. Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. C. J. Smith. 
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.1. K. Deaiie. Surg. Muj., 'J. L. (J. .M(:('arH\.v, M.D. 
Suri). U., Hon'y ><"r>f. Capt. lEictuint llaikes, ^i.l). 

*?ft<-li " ft'L'l" Hiiltiiliori of Infuiitrv (//<'. Q'""., lUamp- 

OUtU ton, Out.). (>r',oiiii/.f(l 14th"Sfi)t.,lH(;(). Motto: 

"Pro ari.s et fociH." Lt.-ColcnrI, G. T. Kvaii8 

(Tonmto, Out.). .Majory, '.I. A. Duff (ConhstDwn), 

and 'W. Wallaou. 

Cointianien: No. 1, Uniinptoii, (;iii)t. W. (I. \'. Chadwick ; 
No. 2, I'ort Credit, ('a|it. F. .). lliimiltoii ; No. a, Cooks- 
town, Capt. John Knifton ; No. 4, .\lliion, Capt. T. (J. 
Wallace; No. .I, Bond Head, Uaiit. A. L Ann- 
stroMff; No. (i, .Mliston, Capt. H. Graham (Wmt 
EKua) ; No. 7, .Shutl)urne, Capt. (!. K. Gahriel ; No. 8, 
OranKeville, Cajit. O. Heron. I'diiinaMti'r, Hon'y 
Capt. F. L. Thompson. Ailjiituiit, Ciipl. K. C. 
Windeyer. y.J/., Hon'y C'apl. A. K. MiiUin. .S'liiv/. 
iVft/., James Henry, M. I). Siirj. lA., A. MacKay, M. I). 



»T7f.U "Haldimand" Battalion of Bifles f//./. Qrg., 
Ot\jlV York, Out.). Organized 2sth Sept., ISCO. Lt.- 
Coloucl, H. L. Nelles {Toronto, (Int.). Majom, A. T. 
Thompson, and 
CompanieK: No. 1, York, Capt. J. F. -Macdonald ; No- 
2, Caynsfa, Capt. VV. A. 1). Grant ; No. 3, Caledonia. 
Capt! JoHe)>h Clench ; No. 4, Hajfarsville, Cnjit. B. A- 
GritHth ; No. b, Jarvis, Capt. Wni. C. Vanlooii ; No. 
6, Dunnville, Capt. A. K. Kastrick ; No. 7, Caledonia, 
Capt. S. N. Davis. /'(?//»(/•., Hon'y Maj. Aiidw. William- 
son, Adjutant, dipt. W. M. Weir. Q.H., Hon'y Maj. 
J. A. Gill. Surf/. Maj., . 'Sunj. 

Lieut., A. .S. LaiiKrill, M.D. Ifun'i/ Chaplain, Rev. 
F. C. I'iper. 

qQj-l, Battalion, " Dnfferin llittes of Canada" (Ccrtn<- 
OOLIl f,„.,i^ Ont.). Urbanized 28th Sept., 18(i(). 
Badge, etc. : the Karl of Dutlerin's crest (comprising 
a cap of maintenance surmounted hy a crescent) 
underneath which are the numerals 38, the whole 
encircled hy a scroll or garter clasped with a huckle 
and hearing the legend " DulTerin Rifles," and 
his liO.dship's motto, " I'er vias rectas," the 
whole surmoimted hy the Imperial Crown. The 
badge, silver for otiicers and bronze for non-commis- 
sioned officers and men. Cross-l)elt ornaments : A 
lion's head, chain and vhistle in silver with a centre 
ornament on a polisl.-^d silver plate between two 
wreaths of .Maple Leaves of frosted silver conjoined at 
the b.ise, tiicircling a Maltese cross of frosted silver, 
flml>riate(i with polished silver between the arms of 
the cross four lioncels ^(((.s.srDtf-f/an/a/ff — charged upon 
the cross a jilate of frosted silver inscribed with the 
numerals 38, surrounded with ?. border /i(so of frosted 
silver, inscribed with the words " Dufferin Rifles." 
Overall the Imperial Crown in silver resting upon a 
supporting tablet of the same. A centre ornament of 
silver on pouch at back of belt consisting of the 
numerals 38, surroimded l)y a bugle, the whole sur- 
mounted by the Imperial (!rown. llon'ii Lt.-Col., 
The lit. Hon. The Mar<|Uis of Dufferin and Ava, K.I'., 
G.C.B.,(!.C.M.G. lA.-i otond, David Spence [Brant- 
ford, Ont.). Majom, *W. A. Wilkes, H. F. Leonard. 

Six CompatuM, Brantford : Captaina, K. C. Ashton, *F. 
A. Howard, D. S. Gibson, C. S. I'erley, H. A. Genet. 
PatiuWHtcr, Hon'v Maj. .). S. Hamilton. Adjutant, 
Capt. K. D. Cameron. Q. .V., Hon'y Capt. ,i. K. H. 
Stratford. Sur;f. Maj., R. H. I'almer, M.D. Surij. 
Lt., Hon'y Surg. Capt. Herbert A Minchin, M.I). 
Ilun'n Chaplain, Rev. Robt. Ashton. 



OQfl, "Norfolk " Battalion of Rifles (//(?. Qc,9., 
Oatil sinicoc, Ont.). Organized -iSth .Sept., IStiO. 
Badge : A Maltose cross surmounted l)y 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 .Maltese cross as above 
describefl, ei\circled by a wreath of Maple Leaves 
surmoiHited by the Imperial Crown. Badges to be 
silver for officers, brnn/.e for non-commissioned 
ofldcers and men. Lt.-Coloni'l, Isiuic K. York (H'afcr- 
furd, Out.). Majors, T. R. Atkinson and 



Companion : No. 1, Sinu^oe, Capt. C. K. Innes; No. 2, 
Hartford, Ca))t. Wm. Renton ; No. 'A, I'ort Kowan, 
Capt. F. K. Mason ; No. 4, Kingslake, Capt. C. B. 
Matthews; No. h, Wat erf ord, ('apt. W. B. Langs; 
No. ((, Simcoe, Capt. F. D. Coombs; No. 7, Walsing- 
ham (,'eiitre, Capt. William Martin ; No. 8, Fredericks- 
burg, Capt. L. F. Aiken. Painnastcr, Ilon'y Capt. 
Geo. A. Curtis. Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Hon'y .Maj. G. H. Luscombe. Svrrf. Major, 
. Surij. Lt., J. i'. Grassette, M.D. 



zLHf li " Noi'l-bumberland " Battalion of Infantry {Hd. 

t\ILll Q,.^_^ Cohounj, Ont,). Organized hi\\ Oct., 
18(it'>. Motto :" i:\celsior." ^^-C«^, F. C. B. Greer 
(Colhorne, Ont,). Majors, G. L. Duncan (.Wo»v/a/i*'fo»), 
and W. J. Hamilton. 

Com pa nidi : No. LCoiiourg, Cai)t. I'red'k D. Boggs ; No. 
2, Cobourg, Capt. W. H. Floyd; No. ;t, Campbell- 
ford, "Capt. R. 11. Bonnycastle; No. 4, Brighton, Capt. 
W. II. Russell ; No. (i, "Grafton, ("apt. A. M. Robson ; 
No. 7, Colborne, Capt. 0. E. R. Wilson ; No. 8, Castle- 
ton, Cant. Fred. Wolfraim ; No. !), Hastings, Capt. It. 
K. Bir(lsa)l. I'ainnnKtfr, Hon'y Maj. Geo. Guillet. 
Adjutant, Capt.' II. W. Fowlds. Qr. Mr., Hon'y 
Maj. H. J. Snelgrove. Surf;. Major, W. A. Wil- 
loughby, M.D. Sun/. /^/., Jtio. Macoun, M.D. Hon'y 
Chaplain, Rev. W. H. A. French. 



J. 1 uf" Brockville" Battalion of Rifles (lid. Qm. , Brock- 
■*'-^l' viUe,i>nt.). Organized r)tb Oct., 1866. Badge 
and Motto : A Maltese cross surmounted by a Crown. 
In the centre the numeral 41, cro.ssed rifles above, 
a beaver below. I'nder the beaver the motto, " Sem- 
per I'aratus." The whole surrounded by a wreath 
of Maple Leaves, outside of which are the words, 
"Brockville Battalion of Rifles." U. -Colonel, T. W. 
.Sparham (Brockville, Ont.). Major.i, Bt. Lt.-Colonel 
D. K. Jackson ((jananoijue), and 

Companiex : No. 1, Brockville, Capt. R. A. McLelland ; 
No. 2, Brockville, Capt. ; No. 3, Brockville, 

Capt. F. Craig; No. 4, Brockville, Cai)t. A. A. Fisher; 
No. !), Brockville, ('apt. J. Bowers; No. 6, Lansdowne, 
Capt. W. N. Bowen. Paymaster, Ilon'y Maj. Wm. 
J. Wright. Adjt., . Qr. Mr., Ilon'y 

Capt. K. II. Bisset. Surij. Maj., Hon'v Surg. Lt.Col. 
V. II. Moore, M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'v Surg. Capt. R. 
N. Horton, M.D. __ 

/t*?n«l " Lanark and Renfrew " Battalion of Infantry 
'±^11(1 (11,1 Q,.jf_^ Perth, Ont.). Organized .'ith 
Oct., 1860. Badge and Motto : A garter, circular, on 
which are inscribed the words " Lanark and Renfrew 
Infantry." Within the garter, the Roman number 
XLII. At the base a scroll and four maple leaves. 
Itiscribed on the scroll the motto, " Fac ct Spera." 
Below all, the word "(!anada." The whole sur- 
mounted by the Imperial Crown. Lt.-Colonel, J. 
McKay (Carleton. Plare, Ont.). Major.i, Geoghegan 
HoUinsworth (Ottawa ), and Letuiox Irving. 

Companies: No. 1, Almonte, Capt. H. H. Cole; No. 2, 
Carleton I'lace, Capt. ; No. .'5, 

Perth, Capt. J. M. Balderson ; No. 4, Smith's Falls, 
Capt. A. G. Farrell ; No. .'), Renfrew, Capt. Allan C. 
.Mackay ; No. (i, Pembroke, Capt. 
Paiiinaxter, Ilon'y Capt. James Craig. Adjutant, 
Captain II. J. Mackie. Qr. Mr., Ilon'y .Major O. 
Williams. Surg. Maj., D. P. L> nch, JI.D. Surg. Lt., 
R. F. Preston, M.D. 

/iq,wl "Ottawa and Carleton" Battalion of Rifles 
tOltl (Ottawa). Organized r.th Auir., 1»81. Orna- 
ments and Devices: Cross-belt, a lion's head, chain 
and whistle. The centre ornament, a Maltese cross 
having in each of its angles a lion, in centre the 
regimental motto, " Advance," in a double circle 
round the mmieral 43, the whole encircled by a 
wreath of Maple Leaves surmounted by a Royal 
Crown, with the words "Ottawa and Carleton liifles" 
on a scroll at foot. Badge for Foiwge Cap : The Maltese 
cross forming the centre ornament of the cross-belt. 
Orname!it for Pouch : A bugle suspeniied by a knotted 
ribbon with cord and tassels. The ornaments with 
devices in silver for officers, bronze for non-connnis- 
sioned ofl[icers and men. lion';/ Lt.-Colonel, Lt.-Col. 



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Win. White, C.M.O. (Ottnu'a). Lt. Colonel, A. I'. 
Shi'iwood (Ottawa), Hon'y A. D.C. to Oov. (Jen'l. 
Mniom, *H. M. Rogers {(It'laiva), uiid U. A. llelnier 
(11 nil, Q.). 
Six Companies, Ottawa: Captains, Henry Watters, S. 
E. <ie la Rondf, J. H. Holliird, I). W. (."ani<?ron, A. K. 
Matthews, J. H. Dewar. I'ayinatter, Hon'y CaiU. 
K. 1). Hutherhind. Adjutant, Capt. T. 0. Bovillu. Q/-. 
Mr., Hon'y Capt. J. E. Hntcheson. ftuni. Mn'ior, ,1. 
D. Courtney, M.D. Surg. Lt., J. H. Uorinack, M.I). 

AA^\] "Lincohi and VVelland " Hattalion of Infantry 
'±'*LIi (Hii Qrif^ Xia^ara Falln, Ont.). Organized 
Kith Nov., 1860. Motto: "Mors aut Victoria." Lt.- 
Colonel, H. A. CruikshRiik (l<'ort h'rir, Ont.). Majori, 
John K. Cohoe and 
Companies : No. I, Nia^'ara Falls, 'Capt. .1. A. Vander- 
sluj-s ; No. 2, Beanisville, Cajit. W. F. (iit)8on ; No. 3, 
Chippewa, Capt. J. A Greenwood; No. 4, Fort Erie, 
Capt. Jas. Evely ; No. 5, Welland, Capt. H. A. Rose ; 
No, 6, Virjfil, Capt. T. E. Hiscotl. I'ai/inantfr, Hon'v 
Mai. H. Bender. Adjt., Capt. F. W. Hill (Niagara 
Falls). Qr. Mr., Hon'y Major Josei)h Clark. Surg. 
Major, a. H. Glasgow, M.D. Surg. Lt. W. W. Thomp- 
son, M.I). Ilon'y Chap., Rev. (i. JohnstoTie. 

J^XfK "Victoria" Battalion of Infantry (Ud. Qrs., 

tOlll Lindsay, Ont.). OrK'anizwl 10th Nov., ISCMi. 

Hon'ii Lt.-Col., Lt.-Col. Wni. Mackenzie. Lt.-Col., 

Samuel Hughes (Lindsay, Ont.). Majors, Jtobcrt H. 

Sylvester and 

Companies: No. 1, Cameron, Capt. William Henley; 
No. 2, Lindsay, Capt. A. S. Parkin ; No. 3, Lindsay, 
*Capt. Wni. iloltorf ; No. 4, Omemee, Capt. Wm. J. 
Neill ; No. 5, Fenelon Falls, Capt. J. R. Mackay ; 
No. 0, Woodville, Capt. J. H. Staples. Paymr., Hon'y 
Capt. J. A. Williamson. Adjt., 

Qr. Mr., Hon'v Maj. Eustace Hopkins. Surg. Maj., 
Jas. W. McLaiighlin, M.D. Surg. Lieut., D. W. Shier, 
M.D. Ilon'y Chap., Rev. J. W. Macniillan. 

zLAfli "I>"rhani" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 

rtULU />,„.( jjope, Ont.). Organized 16th Nov., 1S66. 

Motto: "Semper Paratus." Lt.-Col., *John Hughes 

(Clarke, Ont.). Majors, Henry A. Ward, and P. J. 

Rowe. 

Companies: No. 1, Port Hope, Capt. Robert Deyell ; 
No. 2, Port Hope, Capt. Wm. J. Robertson ; No. 3, 
Bowmanville, Capt. W. P. Milligan ; No. 4, Millbrook, 
*Capt. C. H. Winslow ; No. 5, Burton, Capt. and Bt. 
Maj. W. J. Brown ; No. 6, Springville, Capt. T. J. 
Johnston; No. 7, Janetville, C-pt. W. W. Nasmyth. 
Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. W. D. King. Adjutant, 
'Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. A. V. Preston. Qr. Mr., Hon'y 
Capt. J. A. Woodhouse. Surg. Major, H. A. "Turner, 
M.D. Surg. Lt, 

4_74-]-, "Frontenac" Battalion of Infantrv C/M Qrs., 

*• I'** Kingston, Ont.). Organized 30th Nov., 1866. 

Uon'y Lt. -Colonel, *Lt.-Col. Sir G. A. Kirkpatrick, 

K.C.M.G. * Lt.-Col., Geo. H. Hunter (Kingston, Ont.). 

Majors, Robert Cox and 

Companies : No. 1, Inverary, Capt. Fredk. Ferguson ; 
No. 2, Sydenham, Capt. Stephen Knight ; No. 3, Mos- 
cow, Capt. J. A. Aniey ; No. 4, Napanee, Capt. Alex. 
Sharpe ; No. .'), Harrowsmith, Capt. A. J. Hunter ; 
No. 6, Enterprise, Capt. Alfred M. Bell ; No. 7, Odessa, 
Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. E. Mabee. Paymaster, 'Hon'y 
Major Thomas Kelly. Adjutant, Capt. (). E. Hewtoii. 
Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. G. H. V. Hunter. Sum. Mai., 
C. L. Curtis, M.D. Surg. Lt., R. K. Kilborii, M.D. 
Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. G. M. Grant, M.A. 



d.ftfVi Battalion, "Highlanders" (Toronto, Ont.). 

to til Organized 16th Oct ober, 18!)1. IJon-ii Lt. -Col. , 
Lt.-Col. J. I. Davidson. Lt.-Col. Alfred M. Cosby 
(Toronto, Ont.). Majoi-s, *\\ . C. Macdonald, and 
Donald M. Robertson. 

Eight Companies, Toronto : Captains, Bt. Maj. Wilbur 
Henderson, Wm. Hendrie, J. A. Currie, J. F. Mieliie, 
H. C. McLean, »Jas. H. Mitchell, Fred. L. Cosby, 
F. M. Perry. Paymaster, 



Adjutant, Capt. Duncan Donald. Qr. Mr., Hon'y 
Maj. W. H. Orchanl. Surg. Maj., W. T. Stuart, M.D. 
Surg. Lt., D. K. Smith, M.D. 

4.Qtll "Httxtii'lfs" Battalion of Kifles (//(/. 0-/t.,.9fi/'- 
tam /,„„ 0()^;. organized 14th .September, 186fl. 

Lt. -Colonel, •K<lw. llnrrison {Ottawa, Out.). Majors, 

.lohn R. Orrand *A. H. Smith. 

Companies: No. 1, Belleville, Capt. 

; No. 2, Stirling, Capt. J. C. Wilson (Ilawdon); 
No. 3, Sidney, Capt. W. G. Ketcheson ; No. 4, Motloc, 
Capt. ; No. ft, Tyendenaga, Capt. 

; No. (i, Trenton, Capt. J. W. Arnott. 
Paymaster, . Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. T. H. McKee. Surrt. Major, 
J. J. Farley, M.D. Surg. Lt., H. H. Alger, M.D. 

;^(^fl| Battalion of Infantry, " Huntingdon Borderers," 
u\fv.u (//,/ g,.j, iiiuitingdon. Que.). Organized 14th 
Sept., 18<W. On Battalion Colour the words, "Trout 
River." Device and Motto: The Garter, surmounted 
by a crown, on which are inscribed the words " Hunt- 
ingdon Borderers." Within the Garter the numeral L. 
The Garter surroinided by a wreath of Maple Leaves, 
and, underneath, the motto, "Nee aspera terrent," 
inscribed on a scroll. In three corners of the Colour, a 
Maple Leaf. Lt, -Colonel, 
Major, Isaac Gardner. 

Companies : No. 1, Huntingdon, Capt. W. A. Gardner ; 
No. 2, Orinstown, Capt. John (Jilbert ; No. 3, Rock- 
hum, Capt. S. H. Henderson ; No. 4, Athelstan, Capt. 
I). F. Mcintosh. Paymaster, J. J. Ross (Onnstown). 
Adjutant, . Qr. Mr., James Rennie. 

Surg. Maj., Peter McLaren, M.D. 

n. 1 of " Ilemmingford Rangers" Battalion of Infantry, 
uiOL (//(/ Qf^.^ Hcmmingford, Que.). Organized 

14th .Sept., 1866. Lt.-Col., 

Majors, 

Companies: No. 1, Havelock, Capt. Samuel Orr; No. 2, 
Lacolle, Capt. L. A. Rousseau ; No. 3, Hemmingford, 
Capt. G. J. McKay ; No. 4, Roxham, Capt. Robert 
Hoyle ; No. .'), RiverHeld, Copt. J. McG. Stewart ; No. 
6, St. R(imi, Capt. Louis Ste. Marie. Paymaster, 

. Adjutant, 
Qr. Mr., H'-.i'y Capt. Wm. Allen. Surg. Maj., Walter 
De Monilpied, M.D. __ 

'l*^nrl "BfO'""" Battalion of Light Infantry (//rf.Qr«., 
«^— 11V.I Knowlton, Que.). Organized 14th Sept., 1866. 
Lt.-Colonel, . Majors, C. C. 

Perkins (Mansonville, Que.) and J. J. Emerson. 
Companies: No. 1, Magog', Capt. W. W. Moore ; No. 2, 
Knowlton, Capt. ; No, 8, Sutton, 

Capt. W. H. Emerson ; No. 4, East Farnham, Capt. 
Clark Hall ; No. 5, Mansonville, Capt. M. J. Bowen ; 
No. 6, Bolton, Capt. A. B. Chappell. Paymaster, 
Hon'y Maj. G. B. Hall. Adjutant, Capt. J. J. Emer- 
son. Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. F. R. Hall. Surg. Maj., 
R. T. E. Mac Donald, M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surir. 
Capt. H. W. Wood, M.D. 

P;0*.,] "Sherbrooke" Battalion of Infantry (S/ie>6roo*e, 
t^uici Que, I Organized 22nd March, 1867. Device 
and Motto : The numerals LIII, surrounded by a circle 
inscribed with the word "Sherbrooke." The whole 
enclosed by a wreath of Rosea, Shamrocks, Thistles 
and Maple Leaves, surmounted by a Royal Crown. 
Underneath, a Beaver above a scroll bearing the 
motto, " In hoc signo vinces." Lt.-Colonel, E. B. 
Worthington (Sherltrooke, Que.). Major, H. R. Eraser. 
Four Companies, Slierbrooke : Captains, E. W. Farwell, 
11. .lames Spearing, .John P. Wells, C. K. Eraser. 
Paymaster, Hon'y Major Henry A. Odell. Adjutant, 
Capt. T. Soniers. Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. G. K. Addie. 
S^irg. Maj., *A. N. Worthington, M.D. 

^4fll "Rif'hniond" Battalion of Infantry (ffd. Qrs., 
*j-xvn Richmond, Que.). Organized 22nd March, 
1867. Badge : Shield arg., bearing a cross sa.,— 
with figures 54 in centre — between four Cornish 
choughs ppr. ; surmounted bv a Ducal Coronet, 
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whole surrouiuled by a wreath of Maple Leaves with 
neaver. Ifon'ii U.-diloiicl, »Tho Ut. Hon. Lidd 
A.vliiuT. Lt.-CiiUinel, J. W. Ilarkoiii {Melbouvue, 
Que.). Mnjorx, Win. U. Stevens and 

CoinpanicH: No. 1, Danville, Cajtf. Kd. T. Cleveland; No. 
2, MellMHirne, Capt. A. O. Stalker; No. ;{, Rinhniond, 
Capt. W. .1. Kwinir ; No. 4, Windsor Mills, ('apt. M. 11. 
Healy ; No. 6, Kirkdale, Capt. .1. C. McCuiif ; No. 6, 
Kinsfsey Village, Capt. E. Wadluiufh. I'ajimaster, 
Hon'y Capt. T. D. Newell. Adjutant, Capt. Robt. J. 
Ilewton. Qi: Mi:, lloii'y Capt. John V. T. Brooks. 
Snrff. Maj., T. L. Urown, M.I). Surgeon Lt., ,f. A. 
P. McCabe, M.D. _^ 

CXi.l| "McjranticLiiiht Infantry" Battalion (//(f. Qis., 
OOliH /avernens. Que,), Ortjanized 2'Jnd Mar., 1807. 
Device and Motto : The Garter surmounted by a 
Crown, on which the word "Metjantic" is inscribed. 
Within the darter the mimeral LV. The Garter is 
surrounded by a wreath of Maple Leaves and sup- 
ported by the Uegimetital Colours, and, underneath, 
the motto, "Semper Paratus" inscribed on a scroll. 
Lt. -Colonel, W. J. Ward (Cla pita in . Qiir.), Majors, 
Bt. Lt.-Col. Wm. Thompson (Coaticook), and 

Comfanie* : No. I, Kinnear's .Mills, Capt. 

; No. 2, Inverness, Capt. V, L.C. Austin; 
No. 3, New Ireland, Capt. W. .1. Brijfjfs ; No. 4, Maple 
Hill, Capt. G. Porter ; No. 5, Ste. .lulie de Somerset, 
Capt. Alphonse P. Pelletier ; No. »>, [ieeds, Capt. Chs. 
M. Brocklesby. I'aymaster, Hon'y Maj. T. R. Porter. 
Adjutant, Capt. and Bt. Maj. Thomas McKenzie. Qr, 
Mr., Hon'y Capt. Arthur Cross. Siirn. Major, W. 
Thompson, M.D. Surg. Lt., .1. A. Thonii)son, M.D. 



Rftfli "Orenville" Battalion, "Lisf,'ar Rifles." (Hd. 
kf\}\jH Qrg_^ Prescott, Out.), Or)fanized 12th April, 

1867. Lt.-Coloncl, *John B. Cheoklev. Majorx, D. 

W. Beckett and 
Companies: No. 1, Cardinal, Capt. W. F. W. Carstairs; 

No. 2, Iroquois, Capt. 1). A. Macdonnell ; No. 3, Bur- 

ritt's Rapids, Capt. D. A. Cameron ; No. 4, Kemptville, 

Capt. Horace Ilutchins ; No. 5, North Aujfiista, Capt. 

G. W. Chapman ; No. 6, .Spencerville, Capt. G. A. 

Drunimond ; No. 7, Metcalfe, Capt. Geo. A. Walker. 

Pai/nuuter, Hon'y Capt. .1. S. IIuntinK<lon. Adjutant, 

Capt. and Bt. Maj. W. II. Burritt (Burritt'n Uapidii). 

Qr, Mr,, Hon. Maj. J. A. Tripp. ,Sitr<;. Maj., .1. A. 

McCammon, M.D. Surg. Lt., J. ▲. Jones, M.D. 

Hon'y Chaplain, Rev. T. K. Burke. 



fiTtVl R''*'''''''^" of Infantry, " Peterborough Rangers" 
Vi Lll (^Peterborough, Out.). Organized 3rd May, 
1867. Device and Motto : A Beaver, under which are 
the numerals LVII encircled by a scroll or garter 
clasped by a buckle, and bearing the designation, 
"Peterborough Pvangers." The whole surrounded by 
a wreath of Maple Leaves entwined with the Rose, 
the Thistle and the Shamrock, and surmounted by the 
Imperial Crown. Underneath all, the motto, "i^uis 
Separabit." Lt.-Colonel, *U. W. \ie\l(J'('ti'rlmrough, 
Out.), Majom, E. B. Edwards and *John W. Millar. 
Six Companies, Peterborotigb : Captaiim, W. H. Hill, 
Arthur Stevenson, L. M. Hayes, E. B. Clegg, (!. S. 
Bell, G. W. Beni-ett. Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. R. .M. 
Dennistoun. Adjutant, Cajit. H. A. Morrow. Qr. 
Mr., *Hon'y Maj. Wni. Langford. Surg. Maj., J. T. 
I. Halliday, M.D. Hon'y Chap., Rev. J. C. Davidson. 



CQ4.U "Compton" Battalion of Infantry [Hd. Qr.s:, 
OOIU Bury, Que.). Organized nth October, 1S67. 

Lt.-Colonel, M. B. McAuley (iSoofstofCJi). Majors, 
Companies : No. 1, Bury (Robinson), Capt. O. L. Pope ; 
No. 2, Scotstown, Capt. P. J. Gillies ; No. li. Mars- 
borough, Capt. Duncan L. Mc^Leod ; No. 4, Bishop's 
Crossing, Capt. Levi Gilbert; No. .'i, Milan, Capt. M. 
A. McLeod; No. 6, Massawipid, (Japt. E. C. Paradis ; 
No. 7, Winslow, Capt. Gilandcrs Mclvcr ; No. 8, Cook- 
shire, Capt. Samuel H. Botterill. Painintstrr, Hon'v 
Capt. G. W. Beard. Adjutant, Capt. Walter H. Mur- 
ray. Qr. Mr., Hon'y Maj. Robert Wright. Surg. 
Maj,, R. H. Phillimore, M.D. 



59tl 



" Stormont and Glengarry " Battalion of In- 



•'^" fantrv (Hit. Qrs,, Cornwall, Out.) Organ- 
ized ;ird July, 1868. Devices and Mottoes on the 
Regimental ("olour : In the first corner the Crown and 
Beaver, with the motto, "(^uis .Separabit"; in the 
second corner, two axes crossed ; in the third corner, 
a ship; and in the fourth corner, a .sheaf of grain 
surrounded by .Maple Leaves. Principal motto : " Foy 
pniir devoir." Lt.-Cidonrl, Roderick R, .McLennan 
(Cornwall, Out.). Majors, Gordon Baker, jim. {Osna- 
brurk Centre), M. L. Weller. 

Companies: No. 1, Cornwall, Capt. R. Hniilh; No. 2, 
Cornwall, Capt. Geo. W. Bunions; No. ;}, Alexandria, 
Capt. A. (J. F. Macdonald ; No. 4, Townshij) of Finch, 
Ca|)t. D. N. McLean ; So. .''>, Farran's Point, Capt. 
Hiram A. Morgan; No. 6, Williamstown, Capt. II. A. 
Cameron ; No. 7, Townshii> of Roxhorough, Capt. 
Francis Trousdale ; No. 8, , Capt. 

Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. Henry 
Turner. Adjutant, Qr. Mr., 

Hon'v Capt. A. Deiinv. Surg. Maj,, "E. A. (Jrave- 
ley, M.D. Surg. Lt., Hon'y Surjf. Capt. H. J. 
Harrison, M.D. Ilon'g Chap., Rev. S. C. Poole. 

o 1 „4. " Montmagny and L'Islet " Battalion of Infantry 

Ol&L (//(/ Qrs., Montinanni/, Que.). t)rgaiiized 

!)th April, lS6i». I.t, -Colonel, lion. Philippe Landry 

(Villa Mastai, Qui'.), Majors, Edouard Lemieux 

(Chieiiutiini) and ,i, P. Landry. 

Companies: No. 1, St. Thomas, Capt. J. B. C. Fournier ; 
No. 2, St. I'ierre, Riv. du Sud, Capt. J. Nap. Roy ; 
No. '.i. Cap St. Ignace, Capt. Alfre<l Gamache ; No. 4, 
St. Jean I'ort Joli, Capt. C. K. Bourgault ; No. 6, 
L'Islet, Capt. J. A. f\ Bernier ; No. 6, Chicoutimi, Bt. 
Maj. B. A. Scott. Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. J. B. A. 
Lepine. Adjutant, . Qr. Mr., Hon'v 

Capt. D. Talbot. Surg. Maj., J. G. Paradis, M.D. 



6211(1 



"St. John Fusiliers" Battalion (St, John, 
N, /?.). Organized 22iid .March, 1872. Badge 
and motto : Two moose rampant, confrontee, sup- 
porting a Garter clasped with a buckle, whereupon is 
uiscribed "St. John Fusiliers," surnuumted by a 
Royal Crown. Within the G.irter a hand grenade, 
Jiainant, witli the numerals 62 underneath. On 
an escrol below, the motto, "Semper Paratus." 
Hon'y Lt.-Col., Lt.-Col. J. J. Tucker. Lt.-Col., H. H. 
McLean (St, .lohn, X.R,), Majors, E. T. Sturdee and 

F. H. Hartt. 

Six Companies, St. John : Captains, Bt. Maj. W. C. 
.Magee, David Churchill, Thomas Dunning, E. E. Msv 
Michael, Walter R. Miles, Jos. O. Sharp, L. P. deW. 
Tilley. Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. G. A. Iletherington. 
Adjutant, Capt. and Bt. Maj. M. B. Edwards. 
Qr. Mr., Hony. Capt. H. H. Godard. Surg. Maj., 
Thos. Walker, >I.I). Surg, Lt,, Hon'y Surg. Capt. 
Murray MacLaren, M.D. Hon'y Chaplain, Rev, J. .M. 
Davenport. 

ftO„,l "Halif.ix" Battalion of TiitttH (Halifax, N,S,), 
y>OH.l Organized 14th May, I860. Badge and Motto: 
An eight-pointed Star (fluted). The number 63 at 
ujiper point, with the words "Halifax Rifles" on a 
ribbon attached. From the reginientr.l inuuber a 
bugle suspended by cords and tassels. In the circle 
of tlie bugle a Maple Leaf bearing the word "Canada." 
Motto: "Cede NuUis." on a rilii)on interlaced with 
bow of bugle cord. The whole surmounted with the 
Royal Crown. Hon'y Lt.-Colonel, *Lieut. -General 
tl. W. Laurie. Lt.-C'ulonel, J. N. Crane (Halifax, 
X.S.). Majors, *J T. Twining, S. .L R. s;>-coni. 

Six Companies, Halifax: Captains, *H. Hechler. "T. C. 
James, C. W. (iunning, Hartley S. Jac(|ues, O'^o. 
Downie, I. W. Vidito. Paymaster, *Hon'y .Maj. J. 

G. Corbin. Adjutant, Lioul. W. E. Tiioiniison. Qr. 
Mr., Hon'y Capt. G. E. Boak. .S'((/v;. Maj., D. A. 
Campbe'M,'M.D. Surq. Lt.. Hon'y Surg. Capt. A. W. 
Cojf swell, M.D. ■ 

AJ-fl) Battalion of Rifles, "Voltigeurs de Beauhar- 

"^•-'^ nois" (Hd, Qrs., fkauharnois. Que,). Or- 

jranlzed 4ih June, 18(ii). Motto: "Toujours Prot." 

Lt -Colonel, 'Joseph Deslaiiriers (.Bt'a«Art»-Moi'.>(, Que.), 

Major, * Pierre Boyer. 



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[1900 



. 



I i 



Coinpanien: No. 1, nrnuharnDlH. Cupt. .(. A. Janotcl; 
No. •>, HciiiilmriKiis, (^apl. A. .MalcMe ; No. ;(, Valle.v- 
lleld, (.'apt. Alfm! Lcfi'l.viv ; No 4, Valle\ HeM, IJapt. 
KilKt'Mi' O'Siilliviiii ; No, ft. HI. TinintlKio, Uapt. C. H. 
Biron. I'aiiiiiiistei; Hou'v Maj. A. Lediic. Adintiint, 
. <Ji: Air., Hoiiv ('apt. K>l. Ti'llitr. 
Sufi}. Mdj., • i^uijj. Lt., Ilon'y 

Surjf. (;apt.O. Iluot, M.I). 

«Kfl, llailalion, "Mount Koval lliHes" (Montiral, 
DOl/ll y,(,.j. (»r){atii/.f(l IStli .Imif, 1H«!>. Motto: 
" Niiiii|uam Kclrorsiini." Lt. Vi'lon)'!, ' Minul K l». 
La,)t(;\\i'(.M(inlrr(il. <ii(e.). Majom, 'KranciHS. Mackay 
and Jos. K. I'dloticr. 
Eiiht Cotnpaiiifx, Montreal ; Captain.'*, '.M. (i. C. K. 
DesrioycTH, I'. M. .1. Tnidel, L. (J. dt- Tonnancoiir, 
FriidC-rio I't-lleliiT, <ii'o. K. lieaiicliainp, Art. H. .). 
(ielina.s, L. J. M. liOranRcr, !•'. M. A. l.aKo(:i|iH>. 
J'niiinanter, Hon'\ ('apt. L. .(. Tarti'. Adjutant, 
•Capt. J. T. Ostoli. Qr. Mr , "Ilon'y Maj. Alfred La 
Rociiue. Sttiy. Maj., (1. K. Koy, M.I). Surg. LI., 
Hon y ,Sur(f. ('apt. 11 A Archaniliault, M.I), //on'// 
Chaplain, Rev. (!. W. Martin. 

f»£»i.U Rattalion, " I'l-incess Louiae Fu.'<ilietH" (llnli' 

UUlll f„^.^ N.S.). Organized 18lh .Juno, 18(i'> 

llmiil Lt.-C'ilonel, Lt.Col W. M. Iluniphrey. Lt.' 

CoUincl, *H. A. Weston (Hali.t'ux, X . S.). MajortK 

John .MenffiT and 'Kihv'cKi. Kenny. 

Kight CmiipanicK, Halifax : Captainx. Ilon'y Maj. II. 
ti. Chipinan, Ilon'y .Miij. WUred Whitnia;!, Ilon'y 
Maj. "Andrew Kiiijf, T. K. Davison, II. B. .Stairs, 
\lng\\ .lolitistone, .Ino. (i. Uaiilil, !•". V. Uniacke. 
Paiimixter, "Ilon'y Ca|)t. Uoliert II. Humphrey, 
Adjutant, Caj)!. J. 1). Ritchie. Qr. Mr., Ilon'y Capt. 
J. K. Cameron. Surii. Maj., M. A.(Jiirry, M.j). Surg. 
Lt., Ilon'y .Siirj; Capt. K. A. Kirkpatrick, Ml). 

ft7fli Battalion, "Carleton Lij^lit Infantry " (//rf. Qm., 
\J4 Hi Woud'torlc, A'. I!) Or^fanized lOth Sei)t., 180!) 
Badffe : A irarter, circular, liearint; the numerals and 
words. "(J7 Carleton lii|„dit Infantry." In the cen- 
tre, a Doer; around theicarter, a wreath of maple leaves. 
The whole surmounted liv the Imperial Crown. 
M.)tto : "["'idelis I'atriie." Lt.-ColonH, a. K. lioyer 
(Hartlmd). Majorx, Ht.Lt.-Col. A. D. Hartley (A'asf 
Florenceville), and 

Compames : No. 1, Womlstock, Capt. Geo. Anderson ; 
No. 2, Ceiitreville, Capt. Leander Kennedy ; No. 3, 
Ueher, Capt. J. R. Kirkpatri(^k ; No. 4, llartland, 
Capt. W. \V. Ross; No. ,'•., Woodstock, C.ipt. F. B 
Carvell ; No. 6, Andover, Capt. J. J. Kiijikey ; No. 7, 
Baker Brook, Capt. J. W. Baker; No 8, Ceiitreville, 
Capt. G. D. Perkins; No. •», Wihnot, Capt. J. W. 
Williams. Payrmister, Ilon'y Maj. L. R. Ilardinl,^ 
Ailjutant, Cuvi. xrtliiirJ. Raymond. Qr. Mr , Uow'y 
Capt. Harry d'arvell. Surg. .Vaj., Isaac B. Curtis, M. D. 

Afit-Vi "Kii'K's County" Battalion of Infantry fUd 
OOLll Q„^ Kentuille, S. S.). Organized 10th Sept., 
1869. Lt. -Colonel, *Vf. H. Beh'lier. {Upper Canard, 
N.S.). Majors, E. M. Bockwitli, W. E. Roscoe. 

Companies : No. I, Kentville, C:ipt. G. A. Dodjfc ; No. 2, 
t!annin}r, C.ipt. J. R. Forbes ; No. 3, Kentviil:, Capt. 
G. L. Ward; No. 4, Billtown, Capt. Chas. Owen 
Harris; No. .'i. Hall's Ilarhour, (^apt T. A. Neville; 
No. (5, Win<l80r. Caiilain C. II. Dimock ; No. 7, 
Aylesford, i;iipt. Georjie William West; No. 8, KiliMS- 
tuM, Capt. HolmcH Cassidy ( Kini/slon Station) ; No. 
0, Wolfville, Capt. .S S.'Naylor; No. 10, Wel.sford 
Road, Capt. (!. R. Ross. I'lniuuister, Hon'y Capt. 
Barclay Webster. Adjutant, Ilon'y Maj. B. Webs'er. 
V/'. /)//•, Hoii'v Capt J. K. lieckwith.' Sun/. Maj., 
"Ilon'y Hurt,'. M.Col. Hon. F W. H,,r'leii, M.D Surg. 
Lt., (i. La Fayette Foster, M.D. (with Yukon Field 
Force). 



rtlUll "Ann.ii)oIls" ffilttiilion of Infantiy (//(/ Q 

""^'' Melrern Siiuare, S. ••'.). ()r«:anized Isi Se] 

1808. Bad},'e(on field service cap) : a Heaver; bel. 

the numerals 69; around these the inscription 

" .^nuapulis Hattii. Infantry, Canada." The whole 



2r.^ . 
SejH. 
below 



encircled by a wreath of maple leaves. Lt.-ColonrI, 0, 
W. .Sciiaffner ( '/';'(o-(), S.S.J. i/ujoCH, Wallace Harris, 
Geo. A. Let'ain. 

Compiinien : No. I. Farmiiih'ton, Capt. J. L Pliinnoy; 
No. 2, Spa Hprini{s, Capt. .\I. S. Elliott; No. 8, 
Nictaux Falls, ('apt, D, O. Rllccy ; No. 4, Clarence, 
t:apt. N. E. Chute ; No. f,, Willi nmton, Capt. A. II. 
Bishop; No. t), .\lorsn Road, Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. J. 
Buckler; No, 7, Rounilhill, Capt. J .\ Whitman; 
No. S, Belleisle, Capt. A J. Biistin ; No. 9, Deep 
Brook, Capt. W. Piirdy (Deep llrook); No. 10, Bear 
Hiver, Capt. A. A. Nicholl. Pminir., Hoii'v Maj. T, 
H, Millar (liear Hioer), and Hon'y Capt. F. B. .Morse 
(supernumerar.N ). Adjt., C.ipt. and Iff. .Maj. E. F. .Mc 
Neil, and Capt! J. H. Charlton (superniunerary). (Jr. 
Mr., Hon'y .Maj. (). I). Morse, and Ilon'y (lapt. F. W. 
Bishop (superniimerarv). Surg. Maj., Ilon'v .Siirtf. 
Lt.Col. Sanuiei Primro'se, M.D., and a. N. Miller, M.D. 
(supernumerary). Surg. Lt., J. A. 8pomit,'le, M.D., 
ana A. A. Schaitner, AI. I), (supernumerary). Ilon'y 
Chaplain, Rev. C. VV. Corey. 

70Hl "t-'lianiplain" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. Qrs., 

I wtll f^ig (iene.vii'lic de liatiscan. Que.). ()r);anizeil 

9th April, 18(i9. I.t.-Colonel, Napok^on St. Ariiaud 

(Ste. (ienerii've de lUilLiean, Que.). Majom, Bt. Lt.- 

(Jol. Philippe Trudel and Come P. Trudel. 

C'oinpanie»: No. 1, Ste. Oenevitve de Batiscan, (^apt, 
Geo. Massi(U)tte ; No. 2, St. Narcisse, Capt. J. Cossette ; 
No. 3, Ste. Genevi*ve, Capt. L. II. Trudel ; No. 4, St. 
Prosper, Capt. Emery Masiieotte ; No. 5, Ste. Anne do 
la Perade, Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. A. Rousseau ; No. 6, 
St. Tite, Capt. Hermile Baril. Pagwister, Hon'y 
Capt. J. J. St. Arnaud. Adjutant, (.'apt. C. B. Nobert. 
Qr. Mr., Ilon'y Maj. F. W. Germain. Surg. Maj., 
U. Tourijfiiy, M.D. Surg. Lt., 

71 of "Vork" Battalion of Infantry (fid. Qr.i., Fred- 
' ISt erirton, X. It.). Organized 10th Sept., 1869. 
Badge and .Motto; an eight-pointed star underlying 
a circle, on which is inscribed the words " 'iork 
Battalion," within the circle a shield, upon which is 
the New Brun.swick provincial coat of arms. At the 
bottom of the shield, the numerals 71. At the 
base a scroll bearing the motto, " Idem Sonans." Tlie 
whole surmounted by the Imperial Crown. I.t-Col., 
T. L. Alexander (Frederictnu, Junetion). Majors, T. 
G. J. Loggie and 

Companies: No. I, St. Marv's, (,'apt. W. II. Gray; 
No. 2, Burtt's Corners, Cajit. J. S. Burt ; No. 3, 
Stanley, (Japt. J. E. Sanson ; No. 4, Fiedericton, Capt, 
A. G. hlair ; No. .'), Fredericton .luiic, (Japl. and 
Bt. Maj. W. D. liilr'tt; No. ti, St. Stephen, Capt. J. S. 
I). Cliipiuan; No. 7, Fredericton, Capt. II. F. McLiuxl, 
I'liymaster, Hon'v (^apt. J. II. Hawthorne, Adjutant, 
Lt.' Walter S. Kish.r. Qr. Mr., Hori'v Capt. S. H. 
McFarlane. Sum. Maj., J. W. Bri<lges, M.D. Surg. 
Lt., F. 1. Blair, M.D. 

yO-pfl " Northmnberland" Battalion of Infantry (//</. 
I Olll Qrs., Chatham, N. li). Organized 25lir Feb., 

1870. '.t. -Colonel. John Hhvrulau (lUictouehe, .\. 11.). 

Major, G. W. Mersereau. 

Covip<inies: No. 1, Buc.touche, Capt. F. D. Phinney ; 
N-. 2, Clmtliaiii, Capt. J. D. B. F. Ma.kenzic, ; No 3, 
Doaktown, Capt. C. J. Mersereau ; No 4, Black 
River, Capt. Donald .Mc.Naugliton ; No. ."i, Black I.'er 
•Bridge, Capt. A. S, CinnTon. Painnaster, Ilon'y Maj. 
Robt. Murrav. Ailjutaiit, Capt. H. Irving. Qr. Mr., 
Ilon'v Capt. J. II. Powell ; Surg. Maj., J. Mc. G. Bax- 
ter, il. D. 

74.tVl Battalion of Infantry c//(/. Qrs., Sussex, N.B.J. 
I t:1'»1 Organized 12th Aug., 1870. I.t.-Colonel, ,Iohn 

M. Baird (.S'((ffci'i7/(', A'./}.). Majors, Bedford Harper, 

Charles II. Fairwealher. 
Companies: No. I.Clifton, Capt. O W. Wetmore ; No. 

2. Hampton. Capt. C. Spooiier ; No. 3. .Sussex. Capt. 

Fred. Morri^^on ; No. 4, Moncton, C.int. W. H. Watts; 

No. 5, Sackville. Capt. and Bt. Maj. J. A. Bowes; 

No. 6, Hai(^ Verte, Capt. Amasa J Tingley. Puii- 

master. Hon'y Maj T. E. Arnold. Adjutant, (>ai t. 

H. S. Langstrotli (Naxiwigewauk). Qr. Mr., Ilon'y 

Capt. J. M. .Mclntyre. Surq. Maj., ^Frederick J. 

White, M.D. Surg. Lt., L. R. Murray, M.D. 



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139 



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7"rfK " r,iiiien»iiirK" BHttnlInn of Infiiiirrv (lUl. Qrn.. 
•'^" l.uiinilnini, ,V. S.). OrKiinizi'd I'itli Aiij,'., 
187(1. I.t.i'dliiiifl. , Miij'iiK, It. II. 

Urillltli.s (/,i(/i('/i/<i(ri/, .V..V.), (lis. A. Aiidii-wH. 
Companies : No. 1, Liinciilmi'k', (^npt. Titiw A. Miilouk; 
No. 2, l-mu'iitmrn, {!npt. N. C. Hiii;k'1<'» ; No. I), llriilut'- 
water, Cnpt. Allwri, II. Ainicrsoii ; No. 4, iMiilione 
Buy, (Jb|iI. G. W IIiiiiiiii ; No. .'), Miirtiii'.f Kiver, 
Oaj.t. .1. A LiiiiKilli'; No. «, Now Ross. (;;i|)t. A. M. 
Uoss. I'diimtinltr, llori'y Capt. II. M. Pattillo. Ail- 
jutiint, Cnyt. Kri.est H. I'Vitzc. Qi. At., Ilr.u'y C'lipt 
J. W. YouiiK. Surg. Maj.,(\. A. I'lrivi'ls, .M.I). Sun/. 
Lt., 

Tfttll niittiilion of Uitlr.s, '* V'liltigcur.s <!« CliAtcftii- 
' "l'" nii.iy "(//«'. Qrii.,ste. Afartiiie,Que.). Orj^aiiized 

22ri(l March, 1872. I.l.-Culittid, 

Majors, Cliiii'lcs D'Aiiioiir (,S7c. Pliitomiiie), ami 

Companies: No. 1, 8te. Pliiloinfciic, ('apt .1. I!. D'Amour; 
No. -J, Stf. .Marline, Capt. Ililaire CoU; ; No. ;!, St. 
Urliain, Capt Ant. Vincttc; No. 4. Htc. Martiiic, 
Capt. Fni'.icois I,at)crno ; No, r>, Stc. Marline. Ca]it. 
N. Bua'Mrcau ; No. 6. Cliatcani,'i';iy, Capt /oiiriiie 
Ueid. P(iyma»ter, J. B. Daniour. Ailiiilmit, ('apt. 
\i. A. Gatfiiier. Qr. Mr., Ilon'y ('apt. A. H. .\. (Jannicr. 
Surg. .Mai., A. lUupictte, VI.I>. Siini. Lt., A. M. 
Ua^'iioii, M.D. lldii'i/ Cltaplain, Hew J. l^iiesnel. 

77^-1, "Wentwortli" Battalion of Inf.mtrv {lid. Qr-'*. 

' • ^" nunda% Out.). Or^ranizod 2;{rfl Mav, 1872. 
Ll.-Colond, II. C. Owyn (Duiiilds, Out.). .Majors, 
Alex. Bt'rtr.iin and Wni. H. I'tolt-iny (Salt i'lcct). 

Cimpnnies : No 1, Duiidas, Capt. Wni. E. S. Knowles; 
No. 2, Waterdown, Capt. J. 1,. Mullock ; No. ;), Bin- 
brooke, Capt.T. C. Ptolemy; No. 4, Aiu'aHtcr, Cajit. J. N. 
Middleton ; No. 5, Stony Creek, Capt. .Jos. K. Orr ; 
No. 0, North Qlaiiford, Capt. Aha Choate. Payiiiatter, 
Hon'y Capt. J. J. Or.ifton. Ailjiitoit, Ciipt 

. Qr. Mr., Ilon'y Capt. J. Mc- 
Robert. Surij. Maj., James Ross. M.I). Sura. Lt., 
T. A Uertriim, M.I). Iluii'y Chaplain, Hev. E. 
A. Irvinjf. 

7Qf 1-, "Colchester, Mants and Picton" Battalion of In- 
« Otll f|,„i,.y, '• Hi>:hlanders "(//(/. Qrs Trurn, U.S.). 
Organized Cth April, 1871. /-( -Cnlnnel, H. T. I.au- 
renc" (7'yi(C(), .V.,S'.). Majorii, Wui. .Maxwell and Thoa, 
A. Blackburn. 
Companies: No. 1, Truro, Capt. J. Suckling ; No. 2, On 
slow, Capt. R W. Rayne ; No. 3, Shnbetiacadic, Capt. 
.1. L. Barnhill ; No. 4. Weatville, Capt. 
No. .5, Mill Brook, Cajit. .lohii T Siitlurhuid ; No. 6, 
Mount Thorn, Capt I). D. Cameron ; No. 7, New Lang, 
Capt. O. A. Sutlicrland. I'ni/mr., Hon'y (.'apt. .1 
Dover. Adjt , . Qr. 

Mr., Ilon'v Maj. Oliver .lohnson. Sun/. Maj., H. V. 
Kent, M.l). Siiry. Lt., Bret Black, M.'l). 



7Q4.l.| "Shettbnt" Battalion of Infantry, "HighliMid- 
{ UUl ,,,.f,> (//,; Q,.g ii''aiirlti<i. Qur.h Organized 

31st May, 1H72. /.<.-Co/o>ie(, '.las. D. Bulnian (Sieges'- 

burg, Qui'.). Jlfa/or.v, 

CoiDpaniex: No. 1, Waterloo, 
No. 2, West Shelfonl, Ci.pt 
Granbv, Capt. A. J. Scale 
Cai't. W. J. A Galbraith; 
" No. 6, 

Bethel 



N. R. MofTatt. 
Brown ; No. 7, 
master, Ilon'y 



Capt. G. 11. WliitehLad; 

W. Richardson ; No. H, 

No. 4, South Roxton, 

No. 5, Boscobel, ('apt, 

Lawreiiceville, Cajit, .\. J. 

Capt. .1. A. Davidson. Pag- 



Maj. H. N. Whitcomb. Adnitaiit, 
. Qr. Mr,, Hon'y (;ai)t. 
M. C. Martin. Surg. Maj., Ilon'v .Surg. Lt. Col. H. I,. 
Kidler, MIX Surg. Lt., 



rtOf ll " Nicolet" Battalion of Infiintrv {Kd. Qr.-!., A'/co- 

""l-l' let. Que). Organized •.'.'■)th June, 187.^. l.t- 

Culonel, ','.. B. Rousseau (.S'icotet, Que.). Majors, 

Compnnifn: No. 1, St. Edouard de Geiitilly, Capt 
Euclidc Poisson ; No, 2, Nicolet, Capt, Hem, Bourk ; 
No. 3, Bc'cancour, Capt, J. M, Ulondin ; No, 4, Ste. 
Gertrude, Capt, C. B. Lavigne; No. 5, St. Gregoire, 



('apt. H. Turcotte; No, 6, VIctorlavllle. Capt \V. 
I'errcaull. I'lnpnaster, Narclnse Beauchemin (Nico- 
let). Adjutant, 

Qr. Mr., Wui. Courchdne. Surg, Maj., 
lIcnrlTnid.l, M.D. 

Jl„4. " Portneuf " Battalion of Infantry {lid. Qrs., 
^int /.„„( i|-,,„f,f, Que.\ Organized 0th April. 18«». 
1,1. ■Colonel, Isaie ]h\Hsn\\\H Mont real). Majins, MUrd 
Ptirt'ut (Ot la ira), •'• E. Havary (.Sf. iiagmond). 
Companies: No. 1, Point Rouge, Capt. Alfred Roclion 
(lieauport ) ; No. 2, St. liaymoiid, Capt. Elie Kre- 
netti^ (St. Ilagnionil) , No. ;), St. Raymond, Cajit. 
Cyprien Pare (St. Iiagmond); No. 4, DeHchambnult, 
Cajit. J. G. PiKinii. (I)esehambanlt) ; No. 5, Caji Sant6, 
Capt. \,. Vn'UeX(Cai> Sante); No. ti, Lotbini6re, Capt. 
V E. Courteau (Liilltinii're). I'ninna.iter, Ilon'y Capt. 
J.L.Gilbert. Adjutant, \.t. <). Kedtnan. Qr. Mr., 
Ilon'v Capt. T. CJhatcauvert (St. Raymond). Surg. 
Maj., A. G. E. Ueaudry, M.D. (St. Hajihael). 

^*)i\A "Qi"''''i''* County" Battalu)!! of Infantry (/M. 
^«11U Q,.^^ Charlotletown, V.K.I.). Organized 2Sth 

June, 1875. I.ienl. -Colonel. T. S. McLeod (Hunter 

River). Majors, Daniel Stewart and 

Companies: No. 1, Charlottetown, ('ajitain David L. 
Ilooipcr; No. 2, Pownall, Capt. James .M. .lones ; 
No. ;i, Charlottetown, Capt. V. L. Goodwill; No. 

4, Little York, Capt. and Bt. Maj. Geo Crockett ; No. 

5, Brooklleld, Captain Angus Beaton ; No. (1, (jove- 
head, Capt. J. II. Allan ; No. 7, Alberton, Capt. 
E. f. Maxfleld ; No. 8, Tryon, Capt. Freeman Boulter. 
I'aiimaster, Ilon'v Maj. J. G. Sheriff. Adjutant. Lt. 
Jno. A. MacDonald. Qr. Mr., Hon'y Maj. G. D. 
Davison. Snni- Maj.,J:iuun Warbiirton, M.D. Surg. 
Lt., Hon'y Surg. Capt. I!. I). John.son, M.D. 

Dq,,,l " Joliette" Battilion of Infantry (/WQr«., Town 

""'" of .lolietle. Que). Organized l.'Hh Jan., 1871. 

llon'g Lt.Ci,' . J. A. Rei.aud. Escp, (^C. Lt.Colonel, 

Joseph Hv. R. Delfausse {Montreal, Que.). Majors, 

J. U. Foucherand *E. G. Pi.lii'. 

Companies: No. 1, Joliette, ; 

No. 2, L'Assomption, Capt. J. E. B. Normandeau ; No. 

3, St. F(51ix de Valoi.s, Capt. .F. D. A Fitzpatrick ; No. 

4, Ste. Elizabeth, Capt. E. Barrettt- : No. 5, Rawdon, 
Capt. J. (!. Mason ; No. G, Rawdon, Capt. J. H, 
Rowan. Pagmaster, Hon'y Capt. L. C. Rivard. 
Adjutant. . Qr. Mr., Hon'y 
Capt. I». (Juilbault. Surg. Maj., J. \. Magnan, M.D. 
Surg. Lt., 

H4-t]l "^'' Hyacinthe" Battalion of Infaidry (Hd 
Ot-LII Qr.(i., Town of St. Ilwa'inthe, Que.). Organized 

24th March, 1871. I.t.-CoL, Alphonse Denis (St. 

Hgacinthe, Que.). Major, 

Four Companies : Captains, A. C6t(5, W. J. Walker, J. 
J. Hiolier, J. A. Roy. Pagmaster, Hon'y Maj. Eusebe 
Moi-in. Adjutant, Ca.pt. T. J. Bourgeois. Qr. Mr., 
Hon'v Cai>t. J. E. Laniarche. Stirg. Maj., P. Ostigny, 
M.D.' Surg. Lt., 

OX^-l-, Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., Montreal, Que.). 

^Oin Organized 4th June, 1880. Motto: "Bon 
creur et bon bras." Lt. -Colonel, *J. P. A. de.s Trois 
Maisons. Maiors. A. T. Patterson (Montreal, Que.) 
and F. X. A. Carriem. 

Companies: No, 1. Maisonneuve, Capt, F X, A. Car' 
ritre; No. 2, St, Je.ui Ba|itiste,Capt. C. E, A, Patter; 
son ; No, 3, St, Henri de Montreal, Cajit. P. Bisaillon ' 
No. 4, St. Henri, C.ipt. J. J. Barry; No. f>. Cote St- 
Paul, Cajpt. M. La llochelle ; No. 6, Ste. Cunegonde> 
<:a)it. C. A. II. Lipp6. Puiimaster, Hon'y Capt U- 
Brosseau. Adjiit"nt.Oapt Tancrt'de Pagneulo, Qr. Mr.' 
Ilon'y Capt. (J. R. Rainville. Surg. Maj., T. A. Bris" 
son, " M.D. Surg. Lt., Ilon'y Surg. Capt. O. R. de 
Cotret, M.D. 



OOi.]- "Three Rivers" Battalion of Infantry {Head 

OULIl Quarters, Three Rivers, Que.). Organized 

24th March, 1871. Ba<Igo : A shield bearing in 

centre, on a black grouml, tlie number 86, above 

that number the motto, " Ad.suni," and below the- 



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liftiiii', "TroiH-lllvltiTH " Tlin Nhii'lil t^nclnlfil liy ii 
wri^iitli of Miijilt! l.ciivt'M crosHi'il iit Ihihc, ui>iiii whu'li 
ritstN II linivrr. 'I'liii wlinle Hiii'iiiiiiiiiti'd liy a lliiyiil 
t'liiwii. All III K''''l ll.-Ciilimrl, 
Majorn, L.A. l)U|iiiiH(J/aw^i'/iii»,>/i', (^.), Jiiliii lIoiiliHton. 

Companies '. No. 1, Yiiiniiclilclit!, Ciipt. iloHt^iili I)u 
Hault ; Nil. '2, LoiiiNuvilU', Ciipt. J. Ij. Dt^xnuliiiuiH; 
No. H, Tliri'i! KlveiH, ("iipt. (). A. TcHsicr ; Nn. 4, 
Thri-e ItivcM, Ciij)!. Fraiiooit Marchaiu'. ; No. .I, 
Uerfliier. Cii)it. J. A. N. Di'Iiicik; No. tl, Ht. JuhMii 
t'a|>t. Eiiille M. C'hufxIi'laiiH'. /'aiimai'ti'r, lliin'y 
Mai (;. J CiiuIoiiiIh' {St. .hmlin) Aii,]iitnnl, (;ai>t. 
B. bixoii. y/'. Mr., Ilon'v M«j. Ku>ffcM«! <lo<iiii. Surg. 
Maj., \. R. C. LafniitaliKv Ml). Sum. Lt., llcny 
Surtf. MaJ. J. M. P. Sylventio, M.D. llon'y Chap., 
Rev. Louis Richard. 



87tli 



•QiK'lii'c" Uattalioii of Infantry [lld.Qm.. 

I.Anrifniie. I.imtte, Qne.K Organized ()lh 
April, 18(11). H.-Coluufi, V. do L. Laurlii {Lph Sanlfn, 
Que.). Majorn, Ht. l,t.-(;ol. Michel Flset (Anciennc 
L(irette), L. N. Laiirin. 

CmnpaniM: No. 1, Ij'\iirienm' Ijortittc, Ca))t. A. dn I,. 
Parict; No. 'i, IVAiirlcniie liorctte, Capt. H.T. Pagi'iif ; 
No. 3,St. Ainliroisc, Capt.A. Bloiideau; Nn 4,Stiv Koyr, 
Capt. F. A O'FaiTell; No.."). Ueaiiport, Capt. J. A. Guay; 
No. 6, Stc. Faiiiillo d'OiliianH, Capt. J. Hlcuiin. Pay- 
matter, Hon'y Major T. P. Morin (Ste. Faye) Adju- 
tant, Ca.\A. and lit. Major H. Oi^tavc Hoy {Ancienne 
Lorette). Qr. Mr., Hon'y Oajit. Kunt'nc De Hloi.". 
Surfj. Maj., J. K. Grondiii, M.I). Surg, Lt.,U(m'y 
Surij. Capt. W. A Giroux, M.D. 



QOfli " Kanionraska and Charlevoix" BHttalioii of 
OOtH Infantry (//</. Qrn., liivH'.te Ourlle, Que.). 

Organized 2!)th Sept., 1882. Lt -Colonel, 

Majom, Ot. E. Taclie (Kaniouranka), 

J. E. Rossignol. 

Companien: No. 1, Ste. Anne lio la Pocatiire, Capt. 
J. L. D. Warren ; No. 2, Lcs Eboulement.s, Capt. J. 
DiSgagni- ; .'Jo. ;!, Kanionra.ska, Capt. J. <). Ht'laiiffer; 
No. 4, Riviere Ouellf, Capt. P. A. R. Oessaint ; No. fi, 
St. Denis, Capt. B. M. Deaclifcnes (St. Paachal); No. 
6, Bale St. Paul. Capt. A. E. Dufour. Paymaxter, 
Hon'y Capt. P. V. Chaloult. Adj\Uant, Capt. .). E. 
Savard. Qr. Mr., C. T. Dugal. Surg. Ma)., H. W. 
Blaifdon, M.D. Sxirg. Lt., J. H. Tremblay, M.D. 



QQi-U " Teniisoouata and RiniouHki" Battalion of In- 
OaLlI fMxiry (lid. Qrs.,Fraxerville, Que.). Ortranized 

12th .Jan., 1883. Lt.-Col., Louis D. Hudon (Quebec). 

Majors, J. A. Gilbert, and 

Companies : No. 1, Fraserville, Capt. George LeBel ; 
No. 2, St. Geortje de Cai-oinia, Cajitain F. E. Gilbert; 
No. 3, Notre-Danie du Lac, Capt. Nap. Lalibertd ; 
No. 4, Trois Pistoles, Capt. .1. Garon ; No. .'i, Ste. 
C6cile du Bic, Capt. L. Rioiix ; No. (>, L'Anse an Sable, 
Capt. A. Dion ; No. 7, Riinouski, Capt. C. A. C'hau- 
veau ; No. 8, St. Octave, Capt. 

Paymaster, Hon'y Maj. J. N. Pouliot (Rimouslci). 
Adjutant, . Qr. Mr., Hon'y Capt. 

G. O. Dugal. Surg. Maj., E. Fiset, M.D. Surg. Lt., 
L. P. Gauthier, M.D. 

QAf]., "Winnipeg" Battalion of Rifles {Winnipeg, 
UUtll if an.). Organized 9th Nov., 1883. Hon'y 
Lt. -Colonel, His Excellency The Right Honourable 
The Earl of Minto, G.C.M.G. Lt.-Col., *H. N. Ruttaii 
(Winnipeg, Man.). Majors, *H. M. Arnold, *H. W. 
A. Chainbre. 

Six Companies, Winnipeg : Captains, Heatli .lacksoii, 
J. H. Mulvey, W. A. Munro, J. L. R. Parry, Thos. H. 
Bii'man (aupernumerary). Paymaster, *Ilon'y Maji,r 
Her* ert Swinford. Adjutant. Cayit. E. F. Mackie. 
Qr. >'.-.. Hon'v Capt. J. R. Wvnne. Sum. Major, 
H. H. Chown, M.D. Surg. Lt„ J A. Deviiie, M.D. 



Q9n^l "Dorchester" Battalion of Infantry (ITd. Qrs., 

t7.i^IlU St. Isidore, Que.). Organized 0th April, 18(59. 

. Lieut.-Colonel, Achille Chabot (St. Isidore, Que.), 



and Lt. ("ol. T. .1. di' M. Tamhereuu (Inlc iUrd Butt.). 
.Majors, O. A. TaKclieri'au and 

C(l1llJ'unit^^ : No. I, St. AiiMclme, C.ipt. A. Forticr; No. 2, 
St. Isidort', C!aiit. .los. Tnrgeun ; No. ;t, St Isidore, 
Capt. N. .I.de laSalle; No. 4, Stc H()iK''iili>e, (^ipt. 
E. Chabot; No. .''i, St. Vital dc Lainbton. ('apt. K. 
Forticr; No. (I, Avlnier, (.'apt. and lit. .Mai. I). Para- 
(lis ; No. 7, St. Vital dc Lainbton, ('apt. .1. E. Iluudel ; 
No. H, Ste. .Marie, lleauce, ('apt. G. Morissette. 
Piiyuiusli'r, llon'y Caiit. G. L. Taschereaii (late 2;<rd 
Batt.), and llon'y Malor .1. Turgcon. Adjutant, 
Lieut. A. Dover Qr. Mr., Hon'y Cujit. L. J. A. Rosa 

Capt. .1. C 
and E. M. A. Savard, M.D. 



(laic 2)1(1 Itatt.), and Hon'y Capt. .1. (!habot. Sum 
Maj., L. M. (Jencst, .M.D.. and E. M. ' " 
(late 2yrd Batt.), 



Q^rrl "Cumberland" Battalion of Infantry (lid. 
noill Qr^ Spring Hill, N.S.). Organized (Ith 

April, 1871. U.-V(ili,nel. Win. Oxley (Ojcjord, .V.S.). 

.Majors, L. B. Donkin and Win. Letcher. 

Cmnpanies: No. 1, Salem, (-'apt. J. T. Clmpmaii ; No. 2, 
Spring nil'. (.!apt. H. Sloneliouse ; No. 3, Maccan and 
River Hiiliert, Capt R. S. Carter; No. 4, Mapleton, 
Capt. H. Mills ; No. 5, Oxford, Capt. Wm. Oxh-y, jr. ; 
Nil. (i. Spring Hill, Cajit. E. A. Polter; No. 7, Pans- 
borough, Capt. (;. A. E. Kelly ; No. 8, Pugwash, 
C'ai)t. E. A. Bent. Vauvwster, Hon'y Major J. 
Harrison. Adjutant, Lieut. I). Murr .y. Qr. Mr., 
Hon'y .\laj. H. J. Hiirrison. Surg. Maj , Jim. Hayes, 
M.D. Surgeon Lt., James A. Sutherland, M.D. 



Qzlfli "Victoria" Battalion of Infantry, "Argyll 
o till Highlanders" (ltd. Qrs., Uuddeck, N.S.). 

Organized 13tli Octolter, 1871. Lient.-Colouel, J. L. 

Bethunc (Haddeck, S.S.), Majors, A. F. McRae and 

R. Gillis. 

Companies : No. 1, Nyonza, Capt. A. D. McRae; No. 2, 
Miihllt; River, Capt.' J. D. McRae; No. 3, loiia, Capt. 
J. P. M(^Neil; No. 4, Baddeck, Capt. J. S. McLean; 
No. f), .Sydney, Capt. ; No. (J, Big Inter- 

vale (Miirgan'c, (J. B.), Cai>t. W. R. McKeiizie. Pay- 
vnisler, Hon'y Capt. (Jharles ,1. Campbell. Adjutant, 
Lieut. David" A. McRae. Qr, Mr., Hon'y Captain 
M. A. J. MeDiinalil. Surg. Maj., Angus MaoLennan, 
M.D Surg. Lt., D. McDonald, M.D. 



IHDF.rENDKNT CO.MPANIES. 

Brandon Infantry Company (lid. Qrs., Brandon, Man.). 
Organized 10th April, 1885. 'Captain, F. J. Clark 
(Ilrandon, Man.). 

Sanlt Ste. Marie Rille Conii)any (lid. Qrs., Sault Ste. 
Marie, Ont.). Organized 3lsl May, 1889. Captain, 
Bt. Maj. T. H. Elliott (Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.). 

Sudbury Rille Company (lid. Qrs., Sudbury, Orit.). 
Organized 24th Aug., 189ti. Captain, 

Rossland Rifle Company (Hd. Qrs., liossland, B.C.). 
Organized 1st July, 'lS98. Captain, Peter McL. 
Vorin (Jtossland, li.C ). 

Nelson Rifle Company (Hd. Qrs., Nelson, B.C.). Or- 
ganized 1st July, 1898. Captain, A. E. Hodgins 
(NeLnm, B.C.). 

Kainloops Rifle Company (Hd. Qrs., Kamloops, B.C.). 
Organized 1st July, 1898. Captain, 

Kaslo Rifle Coniiiany (Hd. Qrs., Kaslo. B.C.). Organ- 
ized 1st July, 1898. Captain, C. D. Held. 

Kevelstoke Rifle Company (/i(f. Qrs., Jievelstuke, B.C.). 
Organiz(>d Isl July, 18!j8. Captain, 

Thessalon Rifle Company (lid. Qrs., Thessalon, Ont.), 
Organized 1st July, 1898. Captain, 



GOVERSMKXT CAKTRIDOB KACTORT, QUEBRC. 

(Established lSSi>.) 

Superintendent : Major F. M. Gaudet (R.C.A.). Man- 
ager Shell Factory : Capt. A. de L. Panet. 



1900] 



MILITIA AND DEFENCE OF CANADA. 



Ul 



ROVAL IIMTKI) SKKVICK IN." rUTION. 

Naval pRir.K Khkay, lHi»7. Sii.vkh Mkhai,, Cupl. t-'hu. K. Winter, (lovcrnor-dt'tiprarit Foot Gunrrli, "The 

I'rotecliiin of Cotiinieici' hiirimj W'ur." 



MILITIA AND DEFKNCK OF CANADA 



Previous to the coiifoderatloii of tin' I'mvliicen, tin^ iln. 
(tsiu'.o. of tlilH country wiix cMtlri'ly in tint liiiuils of tliii 
Iinperiiil OovMriiineut, wlio for tliiit purpiisit nialiitaiitiMl 
troopM In «ii('li Provlncu, HuppoitiMl by viirloux lo(!iil 
volunttmr militia i'(,rpM. TIiIm voluntcrr militia liail, 
wliun (Nilli'd upon, runditrocl moHt cltlci'iut hitvIcu in 
ttmeRof trouble. 

AfturConrcdi-ratlon tlm nrilixli OovcrnmiMit Krailually 
withdrow all tlit; Imperial troops from tliiB country, and 
at pruHciit only maintain a Kiii'i'i>*<»> "t Halirax, aada 
uaval oxtablishment tluM-u and on the I'at^itlc (^>aHt. 

Dy thu British North AniuricaAct the command in 
chief of all naval and military forces of aiel In Canada was 
voHted ill t)io (jueen, and the control of thu same was 
placed ill the hands ol the Dominion Parliament. A De- 
partment of Militia and Defence was at the same time 
established, the first Minister beiuK •SirOecnge K, Cartier, 
and thu first Militia Act was passiMl in 18(>8, ;)1 Vie., chap. 
40. The Act was subsequently amended in various ways, 
but in practically embodied in th(^ present Militia Act, 
49 Vic,., chap. 41 (Itevised Statutes, 1S«((). Hy it the 
militia of Canada is de(dared to eonsist of all the male 
inliabitanta of Canada of the aye of 18 years or upwards 
and under 60, not exeiniit(Ml or dis(iualitled l)y 
law, this population beint; divided into four classes, as 
follows: — 

The first class oom|>rises those aged 18 or upwards 
and under 30, being unmarried or widowers without 
children. 

The second class comprises il'oso between the ages of 
30 and 45, being unmarried or widowers without children. 

The third class comprises those between 18 and 45, 
being married, or svidowers with children. 

The fourth class comprises those between 45 and t'lO. 

The following persons are exempt from enrolment and 
active service at any time ; Judges, clergymen and 
iniiiisters of all religious denominations, ])rofe8sors in 
colleges and teachers in religious orders, the wardens and 
offlcials of all [.enitentiaries and lunatic, asylums, jiersons 
physically disabled, and any jierson being the only son 
of a widow and her only support. Certain otlier persons 
are exempt from service except in case of war. 

The number of men to be trained and drilled annually 
is limited to forty thousand, except as specially autlior- 
ized, and the period of drill is to be sixteen days and not 
less than eight days each year 

The .Militia is divided into Active and Iteserve land and 
marine force. The Active land and ir.arine force is com- 
posed of men raised either by voluntary enlistment oi 
by ballot, and the Reserve force consists, i>ractieally, '.f 
the whole of the efficient men not serving in the Active 
Militia of the time being. 

The period of service is three years. 

The following is an analysis of the Units which com- 
pose the Permanent and Active Militia of Canada, by 
arms of the service ;— 



KoiicK. 
'A" Squadron, Toronto 



Pkkmankn 
Koyal Canadian Draitoons - 

"\i" S(pia(lrr)ii, Wiinipog. 
Koval Oaiimlian Artillery "A" Kiehl Uatlery, Klnir 

stoii ; "h" F'i;'ld Ualtery, Quubec ; Nos. 1 oiid 8 Gar 

rlHon Coin)>anieH, (jiiebec. 
Royal Canadiun Keuiiiiunt of Infaiitry— Regimental De 

pots: No, 1, l.onilon, Out.; No. '.i, Toronto, Out.; No 

;i, .SI. John's, P.t^. ; .>'o. 4, Fredericton, N.H. 

AcriVK MlMTIA. 

8(|iiadronH. 

Cavalry— 8 Regiments, coniprislng 31 

Independunt Squadrons 6 

Total :ir 

Hatteries. 
Artillery, Field —2 Rrigadc Divisions, comprising 5 
Independent Ratterieg 12 

Total 17 

Companies. 
Artillery, Oarrison— ti Regiments, comprising. , 34 
Independent Companies. 1 

Total 35 

Companies. 

En(rineers(2 Field Companies) 3 

Compivnies. 
Infantry and Rifles— 87 Battalions, eomiirising . . 5Wi 
Independent Companies. !) 
Army Service Corps .... 4 
" Medical Corps ;— 
Rearer Companies 
(4 for Field Force). 5 
Field Hospitals 4 

Total 618 

ESTAllLISIIMKSTS OK TIIK ACTIVE MiLlTIA, INCHJDISO 
TIIK PERMASE.N'T FollCK (1809-1900). 

Permanent Force. 

Men. Horses. 



Cavalry all ranks 161 

Artillery, " 410 

Infantry, " 805 



Tot.al. 



96C 



Othi'r Unitx. 

Cavalry, all ranks 5,461 

Artillery, " 3,891 

Engineers, " 328 

Infantry, " 28,564 

Army Service Corps 140 

Bearer Companies 204 

Field Hospitals 96 

Total ;i5,684 

Grand Total Active Militia of Canada. . .36,650 



103 
9!) 

7 

209 



2,254 
859 

338 
76 



3,527 
3,736 



142 



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WAK SKRVICK OK oKKK KUS OK TIIK CANADIAN MIIJTIA. 

Aiiiikkviatminm: C.U, Cnnmhi <i>tzi'lli' : l»., I»«n|iai('li ; Us , |ti ..|iiifilu'>< ; Kn., Kxinillilnn ; T. K., Kuriiiin Uiii<l; 
/,.',., /,..((./.,(» Iliui-lle ; M., Mtdiil ; M. iiinl ('., Midiil iiiul niiH|.; K., KclMllioti ; II. II. K\.. U"i| UlvBr 
Kxpudilinri. 



AiihcHnn, llorlH'i't K. 'M.'i, M. iiiiilC 
Atfiicw, .loliii It. N.-,, .\|. 
Alliiii, .liihii A. W. -II. >ri, M. 
AliiiDii, Tli(P!4. II. H. '.S.-., M. 
Ain.N niiiM, Thi'niihili' H'.K. 'Iltl aii<l 
'70, iic'linii at l'li(('on Hill. 

AlllllTNOM, (ilMI. U. '.i.'i, M. 

Aiiill-i'WH, Will. .M. I'.K. '(11) and '7<l. 
AriiiMtidinf, CliH. K.lt. '(Ml. 
Ariiojil, lly. M. II. 'N.'i, ai'lidiiH at 

Ki.sli Cri'ik anil Italnclii', .\1. ainK". 
Atkiiisiiii, Thus. KK. '(((l anil 'Tn; 

K. '.sr., .\l. 
Allwood, I'ftiT II. \-\H. 'fid ami '70; 

It. 'fs,-., .\l. 

Aiibr.v, Al|(l -I' l». I'". II. '70. 

AvIiiiiM', III. linn. rilol|iliiis, /,(/(•(/ 

H. ':17-':W ; IMl. •7(». 
AvIiniT, linn, .\latthi-w I'll. '(1(1 

mill '70. 
A.\liiifi-, //(lyi.lli'iir.v K.I<.'(l(laiiii'7o. 
Hacoii, TiioH. V.\i. 'lid ami '70. 
HarliiT, .liio. It. I'. It. (Id. 
Hanlav, Hi'V. .las. It. '«."., .M. 
Itarr, Jiis. U.K. K\. '70. 
Harri', J. W. It. 'H.'i, .M. ami ('. 
HaviinH, K. A. -F. K. (id and '70; It. 

•«'., M. 
lU'uttii', ThoH. — II. '8f., M. 
Ik'aiidrt'uii, .l<m. - l'M{. '70. 
Hi'li'hfi-, Will. II. I'Mt. 'dd. 
lU'll. Iloht. Will. -K.lt. (Id and '70. 
Itliss, I). (;. KorsttT It. '8.'., M. 
Ilojf. Tliiw.-K.lt. 'd.-.-'(l(i. 
H md, Kdward I/.— K. It. 'dd and '7o ; 

It. '8.^ .\l. 
Bond, Kraiik K.lt. 'dd and '70. 
l5<innvoastle, llichd. II. It. '><:^, M. 
Hordcii, llim. Kml. W. K.lt. 'd,->-(id. 
Hoswi'll, ('lis. .M.-K.ll. 'dd: It. '.s.-,, 

actions at Kisli dri'ck and Hatciche, 

I)s. P.C, U .Inly, '8;-., .M. and(!. 
Boultlieo, Kraiik VV. — It. S.'i, actions 

at KisliCrcek andHidoohi'.M.aiidC. 
Hoyd, Alex. .1.— It. '8.''., actions at 

KishCi'ock and Matoclic, .M. and ('. 
Boyer, I'li'iTo K.lt. (Ki and '70. 
Bri'din, .las. W. — V It. '70. 
Bremnur, .las. .1. - It. '8"i, .M. 
Brciinun, Krcilcrick II. It. '8.', M. 
Brock, Hv. -It. 'S.'i, action at Cut 

Knife Hill, Ds. C.(i.,\\ .Inly, '85, .\l. 

ami C. 
Brooke, Geo. H. C.-lt. 'S"), M. 
Brou«:hall, Lewis W.(i. —It '8.'i, actions 

at Fish Creek and l!at(>clie,.>I.amlC. 
Brown, Francis W. -It. 'S:\ ,M. 
Buclian, I.awrence— 1{. 'Hh. actions at 

Fish Creek (horse shot) and Ba- 

toche, Ds.r.'F'.,lMnly,'s.->,M.andC. 
Btilhiiaii, Jas. I).— K.R. '70, action at 

Kcdes Hill. 
Biirch, KrancisO. F.It '(Ki. 
Caniiihell, Francis W.— F. It 'dd and 

'70, ai^tion at Pigeon Hill. 
Caniphell, Kenneth -F.It. 'ddand'70. 
Caiiiphell.Ueuhen ( ). — F. It. 'ddi' iid'70. 
Cainpliell, Richard (J. It. 'S.'i, JI. 
Carlisle, Geor>;e C. -F. It. 'dd. 
Carinichael, Andrew— F. It. '70. 
Cartwri(fht, Itohert— It. 'Sa, M. 
Castrrain, Hv. It. -It. '.s"), .M. 
Chalioi, Louis O. — It. '8r., M. 
Chaiiilir(5. Hunt- W A. U. '8r,, M. 
Checkley, .loliii li. F.It. 'dd and 70. 
Ohiiiic, Jos. K. It. '8.'), M. 
Chipnian, Leveret de Veber F.R. 

'm-'m. 



l'la|p|i, ('has. S. -It. 'b.i, action at 

Italochc, .\|. and V. 
Cliirk, Fiamis.l. — It. '.8.1, .M. 
Cliok. Win. It. '«.!, aiiioii lit Fish 

Creek, «oiiiided, Nl. and C. 
Chile, Ihoiiias F.K. (Id. 
Codd, Altivd ll.lf.lA. '70 'VI; It. '8.-., 

actions ill I'isli ( 'nek iind liatoche, 

M. .iiidC. 
Cole, Frederick .\1. It. 'x., .M. 
Cole, Wilnint II. K.lt. '(Id and '70. 
Collins, Will. A. F. It. (id; It .v., .M. 
Cooke, (Icork'c r. It. It. Kx. '70. 
Coonilis, Hurry L. F.K. 'dO. 
Cooper, .1. If. '.>.'!, .M. 
Corhin, .loliii (;. It. 'HU. 
Cent lee, Louis W. - It. '8.'i, acllouMat 

Fish Creek and liatoche, .M. and (;. 
Crawtonl, .loliii .M F.lt.'ddand '7o, 

aclioii at Kcdes Hill, 
('lean, .loliii K. It. '8.'i, .\l. 
(/'roiiMi, lliiinc It. It. 's.'i, action at 

Cu'l Kiiitc Hill, M. and C. 
Crooks, Alex. I). -R. '8,'i. .\l. and C. 
Cronicr, .1. A. (1.--F.R. (t.'i (1(1. 
Cro/ier, L. .N. K. h. It. 'd.V'dd; It. 'Si'i, 

action at Duck Lake, M. and C. 
CuiiiiinKhaiii, Alfred (1. It. '8.'i, .M. 
Ciirran, Alfred It. '8.'i, actions at 

Kish Creek ami Batoche, M. and C. 
(Jurreii, Jas. K. It. 'sU, .M. 
Cnshinjr, .las. It. K. It. '7o. 
Dawson, .Mehille de Hlois K.lt. (Id, 

aciioii at Iticlffewav. 
Delaiiicic, .los. .M. It. '8.^, M. 
Dcnisoii. ( 'laiiiice A. K.--lt. '8.'>, M. 
Ihiiison, (i. T - F. It. 'dd : It. 's.',, .\l. 
Iieslaiiriers, .los. V. It. '('(1 and '7o. 
|)esno\crs. .Marie (!. C K. 11. '8.'), .\1. 
DesTrois .\laisons,,los. I'. A. lt.'8.'),M. 
Din^'wall, Roderick K.lt. (id; It. 

'8.-,, .M. 
Dixon, Frincis.l. — It. '8.'i, .M. 
Di\oii, Fred, K. F. It.'dd, action at 

ltid;iewav. 
Doid;,'e, Kdwin It. R. Kx. '70; It. 

'8.'), a<'tioiis at Fish Creek and 

Batoche, .M. and C. 
D'Orsoiinens, Louis ti.-K. It. 'd.'i-'dd. 
Domains, .liio. W. K. It. (1(1. 
Drinkwater, Thos H. -It. '8.'), M. 
Driiiiiiiiond, L C. - Beclinanaland 

Kx. 1884 8.'i, coind'^f a troop cf 

Methuen's Horse ; Ashantee Kx. 

180.')-!»(), eoniirf.' (iuards' Company 

Special Servii'c tjorps ; ,Siar ; Nile 

Kx. 1808, at Battle of Khartoum ; 

attached to lid. (^s. Staff; L. (i. 

liOlh Sept., '08, .M. andC. 
Driiry, ('hs. W. -It. 'S.'i, actions at 

Fish Oeek and Batoche, l)s ('.(i., 

11th .lulv, '8.',, M. andC, 
Duff, .liio. -F. R. 'dd. 
iMitr, ,Ino. A. K. '8."i, M. 
Dunn, Oilamlo - K. 'Sfi, M. 
Karle, .(no. F. It. '(id. 
Elder, .Ino. M. -It. '8,'i, M. 
Kvantnrel, (ieo. T. A. It. 'S.'i, M. 
Kvans, Kdwvn F. It. 'dd and '70. 
Kvaiis, Thos. D. B. -R. 'S.'i, M. 
Faires, Alfredo. R. 'sn, M. 
Fa^juv, /.Vr. F.-X. — It. 'Sfi, .M. 
Farley, Alfred \. — R. '8"i, action at 

Vni Knife Hill, M. and C. 
Ferrier, .las. F.R. 'dO and '70. 
Finlavson, .Ino. A. — R. 'S.'i, M. 
Fiset,' C\ |>rien F. O. -It. 'S,'), .M. 
Fleniin;,', Frank A.— It.' '8;'), M. 



Fletcher. .Ino. K.lt. '(HI and 7(». 
Fletcher, .liio. |>. K.R. (Ml, iictlori nt 

I'iKi'on Hill ; lt.lt. Kx. '70. 
Korresf, Chris. K. K.R. 'tld ; R. 

I 'S.i, .\l. 

j ForrcMt, W. II. F. II. (Id; R. '8.\ M. 
I Fo»ler, lluliert Kiciptlan Kx., 188;J, 
I action at Kassassin 8 and !> .Sept., 
I Battle of TelelKehlr, i;l Sept., 
I .M. and ('., Bronze Star. 
I Friiser, Aehllle R. '8.-1, M. 
Kraser, .Ino. It.lt. Kx. 
Harden, .liis. K. It. '8.j, aelion at 

Batoche, severely wounded, .M. 

and v.. 
Uardiiicr, Kdward W. (1. — Ashantee 

War and Alpoonah Kx. 187:i-"4; 
I Soudan K\.; actions at KI Teh and 
i Taniai, .M. and Bron/,e Slur; R. 
1 s.-., .M. 

(iarrison. Win. A. R. '8.^, M. 
I (iartshorc. Win. .M. It '85. 
1 Ceorue, .las. It. '8.'i, .M. 
(iihson, .Ino. .M. -F.It. "(KI, action at 

Kldjrewav. 
(Jiliiiour, Artliur II. F.It. '(10. 
(ilMUi, .Ino. K.- It. '8'i, .M. 
(iraiit, .las. A.- It. 'S.'i, actions at 

I'ish Creek and Batoelie, .\l. and O. 
(irayele\, K. A. — It. 's.'i, action at 

Batoche, M. and C. 
(iravelev. .Ino. V. - K.lt. "(Ml. 
(Jrav. II. II •).— R. '8."i. aetioii at Cut 

Knife Hill, .M. and C. 
(iray, .lohn- F.R. (Id ami '70 
(irasett, II. .1. F.It. 'd(l, action at 

Lime llid;,'e ; R. 'S.'i, actions at 

Fish Creek and llatoehe, D»., M. 

and C. 
(Jretrory, Roland W. -K.R. '70. 
(irierson, .lohn F. -It. 'S.'i, aotloti at 

Cut Knife Hill, .\l. and C. 
(iuillet, (leo.-F.R. 'dd. 
(Juillot, .las. C. -F.R. '(1(1. 
(iunther, Kriiest F.-It. 'S."., M. 
(iuv, (ieo. -It.'.S.^, M, 
Halliwell, .lohn K. R. '8"), action 

ai Batoche, severely wounded, M. 

and C. 
Hamhlv, Philip H.-F.R. 'd.'i and '(10. 
Hanson, .las. W. — F.R. 'd(l and 70. 
Harrison, ('has. H. It. 'S.'i, M. 
Harrison, Kdw. - K.R. 'dd ; R. 'S.'i. M. 
Ilarston, t'. Creville It. 'S.'i, actions 

at Kish (''k and Batoche, .M. and C. 
Ilawlov, John A. — F.R. '70, action at 

Keoles Hill. 
Ileakes, Jas. It.- R. 'S.'), M. 
Ilehert /Opliirin J. It. It. 'S:'i, action 

at Frenchman's Butte, M. and C. 
Heckler, Hv. R. '8.'., M. 
lli^tinhotham. Ceo. M.— It. "S."), M. 
Holmes, .losiah (1. -F.R. '(W and 70. 
Iloltorf, Win. --It. 'S.'i, action at Ba- 
toche, M. and C. 
Horsey, .\lfrcd J. -It. 'S.'i, action at 

Batoche, .M. ami (!. 
Ilosmer, Kdw. .\. C.— Galeka and 

Gaika Wars. Moriosi canijiaigii. 

Basutn Rehellion ; action at Cen- 

tani (wounded), .M. and C. 
Howard, Frank A.— It. "S'l, action at 

Cut Knife Hill, M. and C. 
Howard, Win. W. S.— It. '85, action 

at Cut Knife Hill, .M. and C. 
Hoy, Will. -F.R. '70. 
Ilndoii, Jos. A. G.— It. '85, actions at 

Fish Creek and Batoche, M. and 0. 



MM) 



19001 



WAIl SKUVM'K OF OI'I'KKIIS. 



14.) 



{ulil; 
llvur 



iin lit 



It, 



llitce 

:i-7»; 

I unci 

K. 



IIihIdii, I^'OIi K.— K.lt, 'HA, 'iMIaml'To. 
Iliiilon, I,iiiiii4 l>. -K.lt. '(in, 'tMI mill 

7(1. 

IIiikIich, .IiiIiii |{. 'm:i, action at Hu- 
toihi', M. ami ( '. 

lluiiiplir<-.\, Kuliirl II K. 'sr>, M. 

Iliintir, (till. II. I'. U, 'tuiik;i(| 711. 

Ililltoii, K. T. II. .South Afriiaii Wur 
|h7I)m|, XuIii <'itiii|>iilt{ii ullli iMit.li 
KiMi'M, itml iiftfi'wiu'ilN iiH .\.l).('. 
Action at (lliiifinlilovd iiiiil nlicf 
of Kisliowc : tllUtlliotllMl III IM., .M. 

ntulC. TriiiiiMtitl Ciinipiilun IhmI ; 
(!Oiiiiiiiiiiili-il a Mi|iiiiilriiii (if MuiiMt' 
eil Inraiilrv CorjiH from liitli .laim- 
ar.v to .'Nt, ,liil\. I':^'\|iti»ii Kx. 
IH.S'J ; I'ccoriiiiilHNaiici' of .'th All 
IfilMt ; iiiciiliiiiicillii IIh., mill llatllc 
(if Tcl-i'l-Ki'lilrdKii'Hc killcil). \)H. 
Ii.ll., ■_'ii(| .NoM'iiilicr, Mj. M. anil 
t,'. Hroii/.c Star. Hrcv. of Mnjur, 
41 h CliiNM of .McdJIiljc. .Soudan 
V,\. IHMI .H,'-., Nile, III colliliiailil 
of Moiiiitcil liifaiiti'v ill Ktf.Npl cull 
Jmietoritli Niivcnilici', IH.si. ('laHp. 
Kaiftt'd Ut mill -'nil Kaltalioiis 
.Moiintfd Infaiii i\ . 

Iinlali, Win. K. II.' '.s.-.. M. 

.lucl<Hi)ii, Will. II. K.lt. "(Ml and 7o, 
U.K. Kx. 70; It. 'sU, \\. 

JaiiiCM, TlioniaH ( '. -It. ',s.'i, M. 

Kull.v. Thomas -It. 'x.U, M. 

Keiinv, Kilward <J. It. '.S'l, M. 

Kliij;. Aiidri'w It. 's'l, M. 

KliiK, Kdmiiiid K.-lt. V., ,M. 

Kinif, Kranli K.lt. 'fMI and 7o. 

Kirkpafrick, Sir (Jco, A., K.C.MJl. 
— K.ll. (1(1 and '7(». 

Kitsoii, Ucrald (J. -Kx. to .Manipiir 
l«i>l, as D.A.A.d. ; |)s. /,.r,'., lUli 
AiUfiiHt, '1)1, M. and ('. 

Knik'ht, Archil.al<l-r.lt. '(Ml. 

Lalmtt,, Itoberl H. -It. '«;'), M. 

Lahelle, Alfred K. I). -II. '8'., .M. 

Lttfraiiihoist', Chs. A. A. It. '.S.'i, M. 

Laiiilt, ThoiiuLs F. It. "(1(1 and '70. 

Lan^'fonl, Win. K.lt. 'IKt. 

I<alloc(|iic, Alfred It. '.S.'i. action at 
Krcnchman's Hiitle, .M. and (-'. 

Laurie, .1. W, Crimeiin (Jainpai^'ii 
lsr)»-,'^iO; Hietre and fall of Sehas 
topol, includiiiij; t)ic attacks on 
the Itcdaii, Ksth .lime and .Sth 
Sept. (twice wounded) ; nie.itioiKjd 
In l>s. ; .M. and t'., r)lh Class of 
Medjidie ; Turkish .Medal. Indian 
Mutmv lH,'')S-'>!». with Kield Korce in 



liursiiit of Tantia Topee, and 
Itewa Karilce District, .M. ; 
'8;-), .M. 

H. -K. H, 



Laurie. Walter H. -K. H. '(!(!; It. 
•sr., .M. 

Lawless, Win, T. - R. "8."., M. 

Lee, A. Hurdctt It. '8.-., .M. 

Leslie, .liio. K. -It. '8.'i, M. 

Lessard, Krancois L. It. '8,'), .M. 

Levasseiir, Louis N. '/,. -It. '8.'i, .M. 

Litfhtall, Aiiirus -K. It. '(itJ. 

Lindsay, Win. 11. — K. It. '(Mi. 

Lloyd, Geo. K. It. 'Sfi, action at t'lit 
Knife, severi-lv wounded, AL and V. 

Lloyd, Thos, H," -K, It. '(Ki. 

Lviion, Kred. L. — K. R. '(iti. 

M'cOalliini, Kred. IL- K. It. '60, ac- 
tion at Itidjfewav. 

McCarthy, .Iiio. L."(!. It. '8,"), M. 

McCau({liev, .Jno. ~K. It. 'dti. 

McDou^'all, Jno. A. — It. '8.'), M. 

MclJee, Jas. C. - U. '85, M. 

McGuinneHs, Wm. A. --11. S.''., M. 

MoKenzie, Win.- K. It. (K! and '70. 

McLaren, 11 v.— K. It. (Hi. 

McL an, Arch. — K. It. '(id and '70. 

Maodoiuvld, Arcliihald il. K.R. '00. 

Macdonald, Chs. .1.— R. '8.'), .M. 

Macdonald, Donald A.— F.lt. '06 and 
'70; R,R. E>i. '70; R. 'H^, M. 



K. It. '70, 

'.s.'i, nctioiiN at KInIi 
Katoche, miverely 

'00, action at 

K,ll,'(Wtand'7o, 



'00 and '70. 
,R. '00, I). 



.Meloche. V.\. 
,\lerrltt. Win, II, 
Miu'lit, .las. It, 
.Mills, Aii'Mislns 



Maciloiittld, Win, C, - R. 'Mft, M. 
,Ma''ka\, KrancisS, — H, 'n.'i, .M. 
MaiMnluy, Chs II, — R. 'H.'., M. 
.MacplierNoii, .Ino. K,l(. '0(1 and '7o, 

Mi'<N|Nipioi and lliiiitlnudon Kron 

tiers. 
MiicMillan, Duncan K,l(,'(IO: l(,'8,'.,M 
Manlev, Kredk Kit/ I'ayne It. 'H,''., 

action at lialoche, wounded, M. 

and C, 
Marchand, //on. Kellx (I. Kit. (10 

and '70. 
Martin, (leo. II. 
Mason, .las. It, 

Creek and 

Wounded, .M. and C 
MitNoii, .Ino, .1, K. It. 

ItidKeway. 
.MatheMon, Arthur.! 
Matlice, Ore^or K 
.Maiinseil, (ie<), .1. 

.Iiilv '0(1, Thf Uiii/nUlaielti-iS.i^.), 

8 .Vllif,, '00. 

K.R. no. 

- It. 8.'-., M. 
',s.-., M. 
It.lt. K\.'70'7l ; it. 
'8,'i, ai'tion at Krenchman's llutte, 
M. niidC. 

Minto, (1. .1., Mis Kxcellency tin- 
Karl of .Xttached loTiirkish .\riiiy 
in the Danillie, 1877, as a Caiit. in 
\'ol. Korces ; present at homnard- 
nient of Nikopolis, and crossinj^ of 
the Daiiuhe ; otllcially atlaclied 
throiiirh HritishaniliaHsadorat Con- 
stantinoiile. Afithatiistan, 1878, 
attaclusi to III c^rs. .Staff, Kiirran 
Valley, Afu'l' listan, .M. Ktryptian 
lOx.. \W1; I iiiployed ax Capt. in 
Reserve of OIIU^erH in Mounted 
Infantry; actioi. at .Maniita 
(wounded); Ds. L.(i.,H Sept. and 
•-'11(1 Nov., 188J ; .M., lironze .Star ; 
^{ranted hon'y rank of .Major (aux- 
iliary forces); 4t1i (!lass MtMljidie. 
R. '8-., served as chief of the Staff; 
attack and capture of llatoi^he ; 
Ds. L.U., 7 A^l^'., 's:>, M. Hritra- 
dier .Scottish llorder HriKade from 
1,S88 to 1.81).'). 

Mitchell, Coulson N.— R. 's:>, actions 
al Kish Creek and Hatoche, M. 
and C. 

Mitchell, .las. II. -R. ',8.'i, actions at 
Kish Creek an<l Hatoche, .M. and C. 

Mitchell, Thos. -It. '8.'>, actions at 
Kish Creek and llatoche, M. and C. 

Montizamhert, ('has. K. —K.R. '0(1 ; 
R. '.8"), actions at Kish Creek and 
Hatoche; Ds. CO., 11 July, '8.''., 
M. and C. 

Moore, Alex. II. -K.R. '0(1. 

.Morin, ,lus. K. K.lt. '70. 

Miissen, K. H.— K.ll. '00, action at 
Ridjfewav. 

Mutton, W. Geo. -K.R. 'fi(i and '70; 
It. '8,''), action at Cut Knife Hill; 
Ds. CM., n .lulv, •.8.-|, M. andC. 

Nattress, Wm. R. '8,''), M. 

Neilson, .liio.L.II. — K It. '70; Soudan 
Kx, l,884-.8ri, M. and 2 C. Hroiize 
Star; R.R. Ex. 70-'71 ; Ds. L.d., 
■3 Aiiir., '8,'), 

Nellcs, Ch.s. M. — R. '8.-., M. 

(.)'Hrien, Win. K. — K. It, '00 ; R. '8,'i, M. 

Onilvie, G.II.-lt. '.S,'), actions at Kish 
Crock an<l Hatoche, .M and C. 

Orton.Gco. T. II. 'S"i, actions at Fish 
Creek and Hatoche, D.s. C. (i., 11 
Jnlv, '8.'^i, M. an<l C. 

Osteli, ,Ios. T.— R. 'art, action at 
Krenchman's Hutte, M. and C. 

Otter, Win. D.— K.K. 'Oli, action at 
Liineridjje ; K. '8.') (coinniund of 
Hattleford column), action at Cut 
Hnife Hill, M. and C. 



l'aUern.tn, C. K. A. -K. R, '00; U. 

'8.-I, .M. 
I'elletier, (>»car C. ('. — U, 'Nfi, action 

at Cut Knife lllll, sevrrelv wounrl. 

ed, Dm, .'ith May, '8'., M, and C, 
I'eters, .las. It, '8.'., aclloiiit at Fish 

Creek and Hatoche. Dn. rji., II 

.lulv, '<>, M, and C. 
I'iehe, F.nl;^ne(l, It, '8,'.. actions at 

Kish Creek and Hatoche, M. and C. 
I'lnaiilt, Louis K. It. '85, M. 
I'latt, .Ino. M, Kit, (Ml. 
I'ope, Krid'k M. Kit, (10 und '70, 

action at Kcules lllll, 
I'orfeiis, .Ino, -K, It, (10 and '70. 
I'reHioii, .Ino, A. V, II. '8.''., .M. 
l're\ost. Hector It. '8,"i, action at 
I Krenchman's llutte, M. and C. 
I Rivers. Mctor H. R. '.8,''i, actions at 

Kish Creek and Hatoche, Ds. C.d., 
I II July, 's,''., M. and C. 
I Itolilnson, .Ino. H, It, '8,'i, actions ut 

Krenchman's lliittc and Loon Lake, 

M. and C. 
Rogers, llv. C. K.lt. '00. 
ItoK'erH, .las. Z. K.lt. (10. 
ItoKcrs, .Ino, —K.R. '0(1 and '70. 
RoKcrs, Roht. /. K.lt, '0(1. 
Itom.is, S. .Mavnard It. '8.5, .M. 
Ross, Donald " K, It. '05 '(Ul. 
Itoss, Walter T. K.R. '00. 
Rousseau, .Jean Hapliste A. K.R. '70, 
Itoy, Alex.— R. '85, a(!lion at Krench- 
man's llutte, M. and ('. 
Itov.Thos. A. II. F.R.dO; R.'85,M. 
Rutherford, Itolit. W. It. '.85, action 

iitCnt Knifelllll, Ds. f'.<;., 11 .Inly, 

'85, .M, and C, 
Ruttaii, lly. N.- K.R. '00; II. '8.5, 

actions ai Kish Creek and Hatoche, 

M.andC. 
Ryerson, Geo. H. It, '85, actions at 

Kish Creek and Hatoche, M. and C. 
Schneider, Wm. II. -R. '85, M. 
Scohle, Thos. C. K.R. '0(1 and '70; 

It. '85, M. 
.Seath, David K.R, '00 ami '70. 
Sewell, Chs, C.-K.R. '00 and '70. 
Sheppiird, Jno. J. -K.lt. '70. 
Sloan. Jno.— K.R. '(Ml. 
Smith, Alhert IL— R.R. Ex. '70; R 

'85, .M. 
Smith, Albert M.-It. '.S5, .M. 
Smiih, llv. It. '85, actions at Kish 

Creek lind Hatoche, Ds. CO., 11 

Julv, '.85, .M. and ('. 
Smitli, llv. R.— R. '85, M. 
Smith, Jos. K. R. '85, M. 
.Smith, Lionel L. F. It. '.85, .M. 
Sncath, Fred'k R. '85, .M. 
Starr, Jno. K. -F.R. '00. 
Stevenson, Sainl. ('.— K.R. '00 and 

"70, at^tion at Eccles Hill. 
Stone, Krancis G. - Afithan War, 

1878-79, M. 
Stoiieman, .Ino. — K. It. '00, action at 

Luncridtfe. 
Swinford, lleiliert -R.R. Kx. '70; 

R. '85, M. 
T.alhot, AiiiR^ It, '85, M. 
Taylor, Kdwanl K. K.- R. '85, M. 
Taylor, Jno. -It. '85, M. 
Taylor. Jno. 11.- K.lt. '00 and '70, 

action at Kccles Hill. 
Taylor, .fohn T.- K. '85, M. 
Taylor, I'luiik- tt H. -R. ',85, M. 
Th'omi.son, A. K. S. R. '85, M. 
Thompson, .ln<>. T.- R. '85, M. 
Thomson, R. McD.— R. '85,M. aiulC. 
Tol.iii. Wm. It. '85, M. 
Todd, Thos. -K.R. '00. 
Tra(^y. Roht. — K.R. '00; R. '8.5, M. 
Trois M lisons. xcc des Trois Maisons. 
Trotter, Wallace C. It. ',85, M. 
Turnhull, Tlio.s. T.- K.R. '00, action 

at Itidifeway. 
Twinin^f, Jno.' T.— R. '85, M, 



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WAR SERVrnE OF OFFICERS — LIST OF RESERVE OFFICERS. 



[1900 



'Tit. 
Kn. 
and 



'8,'i 



TyrwhitI, Richard -B. '85, >l. 
Vaiulusen, Alva--K. I{. '(ifi-W. 
Vaiiderluvn, .1. A. -F.ll. '(iO and 
Vidal, Beaufort II.— AliysHiniaii 

18(!7-6S, aotioii at Aroghie 

capture of MaKdala, M. 
Villiers, II. V.— K.K. '6(1 and 70. 
Wadiiiore, Robinson L. --R. 

action at Cut Knife Hill, .M. and C. 
Walker, Geo. I).-K.R. 70. 
Wallace, Wellinsrton- R. 'S.'i, action 

at Out Knife Hill, M. and C. 
Walsh, Thoa. ,).—!{. 's:., M. 
Ward, Jas.— R. 'sr., .M. 
Watcliorn, Win. — F.R. '06 and 70. 
Watson, Thos. C.-R. 'S.'i, M. 
Watts, Wni. T.- R. '8.''), M. 
Wavlin<f, Jas.- R. '8.'), M. 
Weller, J. L.— R. '8.''), M. 
Weston, Hyron A.-Ii. S.'i, M. 
Westover, David — F.R. '(Hi ami 
Whiinster, I'eter- It. '8.'^., .M. 
Wiiite, Fred. J. -R. 'S'l, action 

IJatoche, M. and C. 
White, Geo. R. — F.R. '6() and '70. 
Whitman, Alfred — R. '8;'), M. 
Wilkes, Walter A. -R. '8.''>, actions at 

Fish Creek and Ratoche, .\I. andC. 
Wilson, Jas. F.— .Soudan Kx. 1884-8;'i, 

second action at Aliou Klea, M. 

and ('., Bronze Star. 
Winslow, Chs. II.— R. '8."^. 
Winter, Chs. F.— K}fyi>tian K.vpodi- 

tionary Force 18S2, second action 

at Kassassin 9th Sei)t., Tel-el- 

Kelrir, occupation of Cairo, M. 

andC., Bronze Star; R. '8.'i, action 



70. 



It 



at Cut Knife Hill, severely wound- 
ed, M. and C. 
Wolseley, (J. J., Viscount, " ^ B. 
(Field Marshal). Burmese tar, 
'M-'i ; led storming' party at caj)- 
tureof a breastwork at l^onahew, 
10th .March, ';');{ (severely wounded. 
I)s. L.a., •J4th June, ''tS ; M. Cri- 
mean Cam|iai^n, '.')4-6 ; Asst. En(f. 
in Irenj'hes, sieffcand fall of .Sehas- 
topol ; defei.ce of the (Quarries 
(wounded), and in a sortie on liOth 
.\n;;ust, '6.'> (wounded). Dm. L.G., 
lilsl .luueand 'ilst Dec , ',^).'^i ; Brev. 
of .Maj. .M. and C. ; Kt. of I.eKion 
of Honour, .'>th ('iassof Medjidie; 
Turkish M. Iidian .Mutiny, '.')7-9; 
Belief of Lncknow, defence of 
Alumhajfh, action at Sheorajpore, 
sie^e and cajtt.ire of Lucknow, and 
with the Uudt field force in af.'tions 
.at Barec, .\awal)>;uni,'e, Sinn-ee, 
Fyzaliad, Sultanpore, at passi><reof 
theCloonitee, an<l in the Byswarra, 
Trans t,'o;,'ra and Trans - Raptee 
cami)aij;'is. I)s. L.d., Kith Jan., 
nth March, 2sth July, 17th Sept., 
■."i8 ; 31st Jan., 'M). M. and C. ; 
Brev. of \A -Col. China War, 'flO-1: 
Landinjrat I'ehtann-ho, assault and 
capture of Taiijfku, battle of Sinho, 
assaidt and capture of Pi'iho torts, 
battle of I'alichau, advance on 
I'ekin. I)s. , M. and 2 C. ; promoted 
-Major unatt.ached. R. R. Ex , '7(t: 
Connuanded the exi)edi',ionary 
force. Thanked in General '.'rders; 



K.C.M.a., C.n. Ashantee War, 
'7H-4 : Conunanded troops in cap- 
ture of Coomassie ; thanks of 
Houses of I'arliainent. liOth March, 
'74. M. and C. ; promoted Major- 
tJeneral for diHtin),'uished service ; 
a. CM. a., K.V.R. South African 
War, '70 : Zulu (!ampaii;n, com- 
manded troops at (^losing' opera- 
tions and capture of Cetewayo, and 
during' attack on Sekukuni's 
stronj,'hold, 28th Nov., '70. M. and 
('.; (i.C.Ii. Ejjrypt Ex., '82 : Com- 
manded in Chief the Army ; cap- 
ture of Mahsamch, action at Ma- 
h\ita, and battle of Tel-ol-Kebir; 
thanked by Houses of Parliament 
and raised to the I'eera(;e. M. and 
C. ; bronze star; promoted Gen- 
eral for distinguished service ; 1st 
Class Osmanieh. .Soudan Ex., '84-,'): 
Nile and Suakim ; was Gen. Officer 
Commandin;^ in Chief the Klxpedi- 
tionary forces throujjhout the 
o))erations ; thanked by Houses of 
Parliament, created a Viscount. 
Tv o {/'lasps. 

Woodside, Hy. J.— R. '8'), M. 

SVorsncip, Chs. A. — R. 'S.'i, actions at 
Fish Creek and Batoche, M. and (^ 

Worthintjton, Arthur N.— R. "iU, aj- 
tion at Batoche, M. and C. 

Wriffht, Joshua— R. '8.''>, Ds. CO., 
22nd Au(f., 'S.'^., M. and C. 

Voiui«-, Francis V. -Afghan War 
1870-80-81, M. ; R. '8.'), M. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF RESERVE: OFFICERS. 



(The before a name denotes war service. Sec details on page 142.) 



Buchner, Lt.-Col. W. 
*Uenison, Lt 'ol. G. T. 
Dickson, Lieu.. Robt. C. 
Domville, Capt. J. W. 
Gourdeau, Major F. E. 
McNicol, Capt. G. L. 
Masters, Capt. R. S. 
.Markham, Lt.-Col. A. 
Maunsell, Cai)t. (i. E. 
*Schneider, Lieut. W. II. 
Strickland, Lieut. R. II. 
Sweatman, Capt. .\. R. 
*Taylor, Lt.-Col. J. II. 



ARTILLKRV. 

T. 
J. 



*Amyr.auld, Lt.-Col. 

Arinstron};, Lt.-Col. J. R. 

Bliss, Major I). C. F. 

BojJT^fs, Major II. A. 

Bolsworth, Capt. W. M. 

*Collins, Capt. W. A. 

Currcn, Lt.-Col. A. E. 

Dimock, Capt. .1. S. 

Donaldson, Major J. B. (special ap- 

pointmenr). 
Drennan, Major VV. M. 
Freeman, Lieut. II. W. 
Garneau, Caitt. J. G. 
*Garriaon, Major W. A. 
Gordon, Major J. J. 
Halls, Lieut. Frederick E. 
Hart, Capt. G. C. 
Hesketh, Ca])t. J. A. 
Hesslein, .Major A. G. 
Hooper, Major J. R. 
Irving', (;a])t. L. K. W. 
Irwin, Lt.-Col. De La C. T., Jhtiiij 

A.D.C. to Governor-General. 
King, .Major W. N. 
Lindsay, Lt.-Col. C. W. A, 



McCrae, Capt. T. 
McLeod, Major W McK. 
• .Macdoiiald, Lt.-Ci'l. A. H. 
Ogilvv, .Major . I. 
Parker, Capt. '■'. W. 
Revnolds, Capt. ('. R. 
Stewart, .Major W. J. 
'I'emiile, Capt. F. L. 
'Tin'p.bull, Lt.-Col. T. T. 
Wilson, Lieut. F. B. 
Wyldc, Lieut. II. McN. 

KN'ilXKKHS. 

Ale\ander, Lieut. Richard C. F. 
Vlmoii, Lieut. Mather B. 
•Vuios, Lieut. Louis . I. A. 
.\mos, Lieut. .Marie i;. h.. 
.Vnderson, Lieut. Frederick. 
.\ndersoii, Lieut. Frederick C. 
Aniierson, Lieut. W. B. 
Baker, Capt. Joel II. 
Baldwin, Lieut. K. J M. 
Beatty, iiieul. James E. 
Bermingham, Lieut. (Jhristopher. 
Bowie, Capt. Geo. S. 
Braiiscoinbe, Lieut. Clarence II. 
Brown, Lieut. Edward P. 
Caldwell. Lieut. A. C. 
CaiMiibell, Lieut. Donald C. 
Ciirruthers, Lieut. Wallace B. M. 
■('arlwriirht, Lieut. Conwav E. 
Cassels, Lieut. R. V ]l. 
Chahncrs. Lieut. Thos. W. 
(-'la]ip. Lieu', .loseph M. 
(Mark, Lieut. John C. 
Clarke, Capt. Herbert. 
Clarke, Lieut. Wm. N. 
C'oihraiu', Capt. .lohn B. 
Coryell, Lieut, .lohn A. 
t!outlee, Lieut. Chs. R. F. 
Crawford, Lieut. Fred. L. 



Daniel, Lieut. Allan W. 

Davis, Lieut. Arthur L. P. 

Davis, Lieut. Frederick. 

Davis, Major W. M. 

de Boucherville, Lieut. Chs 

DesBrisay, Lieut. Chs. A. 

*l)ixon, Capt. F. J. 

Doucet, Lieut. Arthur E. 

Drayner, Lieut. Frederic. 

Drury, Lieut. Edmund II. 

Dunscomb, Lieut. Wm. <}. 

Emery, Lieut. Frank B. 

Ford, Lieut. Edward. 

Eraser, Lieut. Basil II. 

Eraser, Lieut. Jas. F. 

Gibbs, Lieut. Frank N. 

Gibson, Lieut. Jno. G. 

Gillmore, Capt. Theodore B. 

Gordon, Lieiit. Ilarvev D. L. 

(Jrant, Lieut. Wm. w! 
' Harris, Lieut. F. F. C. 
I Harris, Lieut. Geo. II. R. 

Ilarvev, Lieut. R. D. 
I Hayne, Lieut. G. (). 

Hearn, Lieut. .Ioh!i. 

Ilogan, Lieut. Hy. II. 

Holmes, Lieut. Win. J. II. 

Hubbell, Ca|.t. Ernest W. 

Inksetter, Lieut, (ieo. A. 

Jack, Lieut. Robt. B. 

.lago, Lieut. .1. R. 

.tones, Lieut. I),avid F. 
I .lohnston, Lieut. Hy. W. 
i Johnston, Lieut. .Iiio. F. E. 
j Kerby, Lieut. Forbes M. 
I Kerr, Lieut. Wm. A. II. 
I Kirkpatrick, Lieut. Alex. K. 
i Kirkpatrick, Lieut. Guy H. 
i Laidlaw, Lieut. Geo, E. 

Lamb, Coj.f. Hy. J. 

Lambc, Lieut. Laurence M. 

Ijatimer, Lieut. Frank H, 



F. J. 



B. 



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LIST OF RESERVE OFFICERS. 



145 



Laurie, I.ient. llichd. C. 
Leach, Limit. Francis E. 
Lef6vrc, Lieut. A. O. T. 
Leonard, Lieut. Reulien VV. 
McColl, Lieut. Korlericlc. 
McLean, Lieut. Norman B. 
McLennan, Lieut. Hartk-tt 
McLeod, Lieut. Geo. B. 
Ma(!donald, Ijeut. Arthur C. 
Macdonell, Liout. Archit)ald C. 
Maclienzie, Lieut. Wni. 
MucPherson, Capt. Duncan. 
Macpherson, Lieut. 08l)ornc C. 
Ma;;ee, Lieut. R. H. B. 
Matheson, Lieut. Arthur J. 
Maunsell, Lieut. Edward St. J. 
MorriRon, Lieut. Lauchlin P. 
Muclileston, Lieut. Huffh M. 
MusRrave, Lieut. Edward C. 
Mylne, Lieut. Jno. M. 
Nayland, Lieut. Mayo W. 
Newcomb, Licit. Jno. N. 
Newman, Lieut. Ctc:' P. 
O'Connor, Lieut. J. K. 
Osier, Lieut. Featherston B. 
Perry, Lieut. Aylesworth B. 
Poole, Lieut. E. 
Primrose, Lieut. Philip C. H. 
Rathbun, Lieut. A. McM. 
Reid, Lieut. Frank D. 
Roe, Lieut. Richd. L. 
Rose, Lieut. Geo. G. 
Ross, Lieut. Alex. B. 
Rr.ssell, Lieut. Archibald M. 
Sanders, Lietit. Gilbert E. 
Sherwood, Lieut. L. 
Simpson, Lieut. Robt. W. 
Spelman, Lieut. .Ta.s. 
Stewart, Lieut. Wni. J. 
Sullivan, Lieut. Wm. H. 
Taylor, Lieut. Jeremy B. F. 
Tobin, Lieut. H. S. 
ToinlinsoM, Lieut. Alfred T. 
Tyrwhitt, Lieut. Riclid. E. 
Van Riiskirk, Capt. Wm. F. 
Vercoe, Lieut. Francis H. 
Warner, Lieut. Jas. T. 
\\'eatherbe, Lieut. Darcy. 
Weatherbe, Lieut. Paul. 
Wetmore, Lieut. Andrew R. 
White, Lieut. Fred'k W. 
White, Lieut. Jas. 
Whitehead, Lieut. Edward A. 
Wood, Lieut. Zachary T. 
Woo<lman, Lieut. Jno. 
Wurtele, C!apt. Ernest F. 
Yates, Lieut. Berton W. 
Yorston, Lieut. Wui. G. 

INFANTRY. 

Anderson, Lt.-Col. W. P. 
"Andrews, Capt. W. M. 
'Atkinson, Major T. 
^Aubrey, Lt.-Col. A. I). 

* Bacon, Lt.-Col. Thos. (special ap- 

pointment). 
Baird, Lt.-Col. J. D. 
Baker, <"apt. J. H. 

* Beattie, Major Thos. 
Benoit, Capt. Alph. 
Bent, Capt. E. A. 
Black, Capt. W. M. 
Blackniore, Lt. R. 

' Boswell, Lt.-Col. C. M. 
Bourassa, Capt. P. ' 
10 



»Bredin, Lt.-Col. J. H. 

*Brou<fhall, Capt. L. W. (!. 

Burland, Lt.-Col. J. II. 

Butler, Lt.-Col. T. P. 

HJarlisle, Lt.-Col. G. C. 

Chambers, Capt. K. J. 

*Clark, Major Wm. (special appoint- 
ment). 

*Coomb8, Lt.-Col. H. L. 

Cooper, Major W. H. 

Cowan, Lt.-Col. J. L. 

*Cuiuiinjfham, Major A. 0. 

•Cushini,', Lt.-Col. J. B. 

Davidson, Lt.-Col. J. L 

Dawson, Capt. L. IL 

Day, Major W. H. 

Desjardins, Lt.-Col. L. G. 

Dixon, Lt.-Col. H. O. S. 

*D'Orsonnens, Major A. 

*I)'Orsonnens, Lt.-Col. G. 

D'Orsonnens, Capt. G. 

Dostaler, Major M. D'A. 

Dyer, (^apt. C. C. 

Egan, L-eut. E. J. 

Epin, Lt.-Col. T. J. 

Evans, .Major J. 

Findlay, Capt. W. E. 

Fi-sher, Lt.-Col. C. E. H. 

FitZM;erald, Capt. F. J. 

Forbes, Lieut. W. F. 

Forrester, Capt. W. C. 

''Eraser, Lt.-Col. Achilles. 

Fuller, Capt. J. W. 

Oallwey, Lieut. R. M. .M. 

»Gilmour, lit. -Col. A. 11. 

Gorrell, Lieut. C. W. F. 

Goslinp, Capt. F. J. 

Graves, Capt. E. O. 

*Gray, Capt. H. H. O. (special ap- 
pointment. 

'Grevillc-Harstoii, Major C. 

*Guy, Lt.-(;ol. Geo. (special appoint- 
ment). 

Hamilton, Lt.-Col. R. B. 

Hanninjfton, Capt. IF. C. 

Harrington, Lieut. J. A. G. 

Hartt, Major J. T. T. 

*nawley. Major J. A. 

*Hebert, Major Z. J. K. 

Ilenshaw, Lt.-Col. F. C. 

irodgins. Major John. 

Holden, Capt. W. J. 

Dole, Capt. C. C. 

Hood, Lt.-Col. H. 

Hora, Capt. D. 

*Hoy, Major W. 

Humphrey, Lt.-Col. W. M. 

Irvine, Capt. J. D. 

Irwin, Lt.-Col. J. 

Jameson, Major C. B. 

Jones, Lt.-Col. C. S. 

Jones, Capt. T. H. 

Kerns, Lt.-Col. W. 

Labelle, Capt. J. II. 

"Lafraniboise, Capt. C. A. A. 

"Laurie, Major VV. II. 

LeBel, t\apt. J. A. W. 

Lefran<;oi8, Major A. 

* Lindsay, Lt.-Col. W. H. 

Lordly, Cajit. Stirling B. 

McCulley, Lt.-Col. S. U. 

•McGee, Major J. C. 

McKay, Capt. W. M. 

MacAuly, Major W. B. T. 
.Macdonald, Lt.-Col. C. J. (special 
appointment). 



"Macdonald, Lt.-Col. 1). A. (special 
appointment). 

MacGillivray, Capt . 

'Mackinlay, Capt. C. H. 

.Mackintosh, 2nd Liout. H. W. 

Maclenna:?, Lieut. F. ,' 

*Macpher8on, Lieut.-Col. .1. (8i)ecial 
appointment). 

•Macpher.son, Lt.-Col. J. p. (special 
appointment). 

Manning, Capt. J. 

"Martin, Major O. B. 

Mason, Capt. E. F. 

*Ma8on, LI. -Col. J. 

Massey, Lt.-Col. F. 

"Matheson, Lt.-Col. A. J. 

Megraw, Capt. A. 

Mermagen, Capt. A. 

Miller, Capt. C. 

*Mills, Capt. A. 

♦Mitchell, Capt. C. N. 

*Moore, Lt.-Col. A. H. 

*Morin, Lt.-Col. J. E. 

Mott, Lieut. G. L. 

Mowat, Capt. H. M. 

Munro, Lt.-Col. Jas. 

Nelson, Capt. J. 

O'Brien, Capt. A. H. 

Parent, Lieut. 1'. E. 

Paterson, Lt.-Col. N. F. 

Petrie, Lieut. D. C. 

"Pope, Lt.-Col. F. M. 

Pope, Capt. M. 

*Porteou8, Major .J. 

*Prevost, Lt.-Col. H. 

Raymond, Lt.-Col. L. C. 

Robertson, Capt. R. W. 

*Rogers, Lt.-Col. J. Z. 

Ross, Capt. J. G. 

Rowley, Capt. H. H. 

Sankey, Major Villiers. 

Shannon, Major L. W. 

*Sheppard, Lt.-Col. J.M. 

Simms, Capt. H. 

Sims, Capt. A. H. 

•Smith, Lt.-Col. H. R. 

^Smith, Lieut. L. L. F. 

Soy, Lieut. R. C. 

Starke, Lt.-Col. G. R. 

Stewart, Capt. D. D. 

Strathy, Lt.-Col. J. A. L. 

Stuart, Major J. J. 

"Taylor, Major P. B. 

Tilton, Lt.-Col. J. ^special appoint- 
ment). 

Toller, Lt.-Col. F. 

*Tyrwhitt, Lt.-Col. R. 

Vaux, -ind Lieut. F. 

Vincent, Capt. A. 

Walsh, Major .lohn. 

"Walsh, Lt.-Col. T. J. (special ap- 
jtoiiitmeiit). 

'Wayling, lit. -Col. .1. 

White, Lt.-Col. W. (special appoint- 
ment). 

Williamson, Capt. W. 

Wilson, Lt.-Coi. .;. G. 
Wright, Lt.-Cdl. J. 

I NATTACIIKU LIST. 

Coutlee, Lt.-Col. L. W. 
Northup, Capt. J. A. 
Pinault, Lt.-Col. L. F. • 
■ Woodside, Capt H.J. 



146 



OFFICERS OF THE STAFF AND PERMANENT FOR(JE. 



[1900 



OFFICERS OF THE STAFF AND PERMANENT FORCE 

(ACCORDIN(J TO GRADATION LIST). 



MA.IOR-OKNRKAL. 

*Hatton, E. T. H., C.B., A.D.C. to 11. M. the Queen, 
ConiinanilinK Canadian Militia. 

COLONHLH. 

•Aylnier, Hon. Matthew, Adjutant General. 
•Foster, Hubert, Quarter-Master General. 

LIBUTRNAKT-COLONllIiS. 

*Stone, F. G., Officer Commanding Canadian Artillery. 

•Otter, Wm. D., Commanding Military- Dist. No. 2 and 
Royal Canadian Regiment Infantry, Inspector of 
Infantry, Hon'y A.D.C. to the Governor-General. 

*Montizambert, Char'es E., Commanding Military Dis- 
tricts Nos. 3 and -i, Inspectoi of Artillery. 

Cotton, Wm. H., Assistant Adjutant General for Artil- 
lery at Hd. Qrs. , Commandant Ottawa Brigade. 

"Holmes, Josiah G., Commanding Military District No. I. 

Irving, James D., Commanding Military District No. 0. 

Moore, Fred. S., Commanding Military District No. 12. 

•Wilson, Jas. F., Commandant Royal Canadian Artillery 
(Garrison Division, Quebec), Inspector of Artillery. 

•Peters, James, Commanding Military District No. 11. 

Gordon, Wm. D., Commanding Military District No. .'), 
Inspector of Infantry. 

'Drury, Charles W., Commandant Royal Canadian Ar- 
tillery (Field Division, Kingston). Assistant Inspector 
of Artillery (Field). 

'White, G. R., Dist. Staff Officer, Military Dist. No. 7. 

•Vidal, Beaufort H., Commanding Military Dist. No. 8. 

*Buchan, Lawrence, Commandant No. 1 Regimental 

Depot, R. C. R. I. 
*Roy, Ale.x., Commanding Military District No. ti. 
•Farley, Vlf. A., Major "B" Battery, R. C. A. 

•Lessard, F. L., Commanding Royal Canadian Dragoons, 
and " B" Squadron thereof. Inspector of Cavalry. 

•I'elletier, Oscar C. C, Commanding Military Dist. No. 7. 

•Evans, Thos. D. B. (Royal Canatlian Dragoons), Com- 
manding Yukon Field Force. 

MA.I0RS. 

Young, D. D., Major No. 2 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 

•Rutherford, Rol)er( W.. Major "B" Battery, R.C.A. 

'Rivers, V. B., Captain " B" Battery, R.C.A. 

•Hudon, J. A. G., " B ' Battery, R.C.A. 

Benson, Thos., Captain "B" Battery, R.C.A. (Adjutant). 

•Cartwright, Rol)t., Asst. Adjt. General at Hd. Qrs. 

Fages, J. A., Captain "A" Battery, R.C.A. (Adjutant). 

•Wadmore, R. L..Comdt. No. S Regmt. Depot, R.C.R.I. 

Hemming, T. D. R., Comdt. No. 4 Regmt. Depot, R.C.R.I. 
(with Yukon Field Force). 

MaoDougall, J. C. Lieut. No. 2 Regmt. Depot, R.C.R.I. 

•Ogilvy, G. H., Captain "A" Battery, R.C.A. 

'Chinic, E., Lieut. No. 3 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 

Ga<idet, F. M., Supt. Govt. Cortridge Factory, Quebec. 

Denison, S.J. A., Lieut. No. 1 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 



•Gardiner, E. W. G., Lieut. "B" Siniadror, K.C .1). 

(with Yukon FieUl Force). 
Williams, Victor A. S., "B" Squadron, R.C.D. 

Thacker, II. C, Lieut. "B" Battery, R. 0. A. (with 

Yukon Field Force). 
Forester, Wm., "A" Squadron, R.C.I). (Adjutant). 
Panet, A. H., Lieut. "B" Battery, R.C.A. 

•Fages, A. O.. Lieut. No. 1 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
(Adjutant). 



"B" 

No. 



Battery, R.C.A. 

4 Regimental Depot, 



Battery, R.C.A. 



' Fiset, C. F. O., Lieut. No. 3 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 

(Adjutant). 
Thacker, P. E., Lieut. No. 4 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Burstall, H. E., LieuL " A " liattery, R.C.A. 
Macflonell, A. IL, Lieut. No. 2 Regimental Depot, 

R.C.R.I. (Adjutants 

Du Plessis, J. E. L., Lieut. 

Carpenter, A. E., Lieut. 
R.C.R.I. (Adjutant). 

Eaton, D. I. V.. Lieut. "A 

Ogilvy, J. H. C, Lieut. "B" Battery, R.C.A. 

Benyon, J. A.. Lieut. " B" Battery, R.C.A. 

•Nelle8,C. M., Lieut. "B" Squadron, R.C.D. (Adjutant). 

Bennett, L. G., Lieut. =' B " Battery, R.C.A. (with 

Yukon Field Force). 
Pearse, C. St. A., Lieut. "A" Sqtiadron, R.C.D. (with 

Yukon Field Force). 

IiIKI'TK.SANTS. 

Sutton, F. H. C, "A" Squadron, R.C.D. 
Ogilvie, A. T., "A" Battery, R.C.A. 
Kaye, J. 11., No. 4 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Nagle, A. P. B., No. 4 Regimental T>epot, R.C.R.I. 
Lister, F. A., No. 2 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Van Straubenzee, C. T., "B" Squadron, R.C.D. 
LeDuc, L., No. 2 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Burnhani, J. G., No. 2 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Leslie, J. N. S., "A" Battery, R.C.A. 
Elmsley, J. H., "A"' Squadron, R.C.D. 
MacLean, Alex., No. 3 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Laylmrn, S. P., No. 1 Regimental Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Laffcrty, F. D., " H " Battery, R.C.A. 

Sl'I'KRlNrKNnKNTS OK 8T0RKH. 

•Forrest, Wm. II., Military Dist. No. 7, Hon'y Lt.-Col. 
•Dawson, Melville de B., Mil. Dist. No. 1, Hon'y Lt.-Col. 
Anustrong, Andrew J., Mil. Dist. No. 8, Hon'y Major. 
Jones, Arthur W., MilitiTy Dist. No. 11, Hon'y Major. 
Strange, Frank, Military Dist. No. 3, Hon'y Capt. 
•Graveley, .lohn V., Military Dist. No. 2, Bt. Lt.-Col. 
•Curren, Jas. K., Military Dist. No. i), Hon'y Capt. 
'Matt ice, Gregor, Mil. Dists. Nos. ."i and (5, Hon. Lt.-Col. 

QIIARTERJI ASTERS. 

'Imlah, Wm. K., "B" Battery, R.C.A., Hon'y Maj. 

MEDICAL 0KKICRR8. 

•Neilson, J, L. II., M.D , Director General Army Medical 
Services, Surg. Lt.-Col. 

•Sewell, Colin C, M.D., Surg. Maj. " B" Battery, R.C. 
A., Hony. Surg. Lt.-Col. 

•Codd, Alfred, Surg. M-vj. " B ' Squadron, R.C.D., Hon'y 
Surg. Lt.-Col. 

McLearn, Roht., M.D., Surg. Maj. No. 4 Regimental 
Depot, R.C.R.I., Hon'y Surg. Lt.-Col. 

•Nattress, Win., M.D., Surg. Maj. No. 2 Regimental 

Depot, R.C.R.I. 
Helton, C. W., M.D., Surg. Maj. (No. 2 Depot), R.C.R.I. 
Chevalier, E. N.. M.D., Surg. Maj. (No. 3 Depot), R.C.R.I. 

VETKPINARV 0KKICBR8. 

Hall, Wm. B., V.S., Vet. Lt. "A" Squadron, R.C.D., 
Hon'y \'et. Major. 

Massie, James, V.S., V''. Lt. "A" Battery, R.C.A.. 
Hon'y Vet. .MajCi. 

Duchfene, J. D., V.S., Vet. Lt. " B" Battery, R.C.A. 



900 



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CANADIAN CONTINGENT FOR SOUTH AFRICA. 



147 



C.R.I. 
U.R.I. 

Jepot, 
)epot, 



itant). 
(with 

(with 



/t.-Col. 
it. -Col. 
Major. 
Major. 

:ol. 

t. 

,t.-Col. 



ledical 

•, R.C. 

Hon'y 

mental 

mental 

C.R.I. 
C.R.I. 

:.C.D., 

I.C.A.. 
A. 



CANADIAN CONTINGENT FOR SPECIAL SERVICE 

IN SOUTH AFRICA. 

(TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN.) 



The above Col-jis, dcsijrnated a.s "Tlie ind (Special 
Service) Kattuliori, Royal Canadian Re^finipnt ot Infan- 
try," eniliarked at Quebec, on the Steamship Sardinian, 
of the Allan Line Conii>any, on Monday, .SOth October, 
18!)(>. at 4 p.m. Before dei)artin>f, the Battalion was 
(.mcially inspected by Mnjor-Geii. K. T. H. Hutton.C.B., 
A.D.C. to H. M. theQueen, and reviewed by His Excel- 
lency the Governor-General, ac('onipanied l)y the Hon. 
the Minister of Militia and Defence. The Battalion is 
(joniposed of eipfht companies o* 120 men each, with the 
following,' otHcers : - 

Cominandinc/ O^cer- Otter, Lt.-Col. W. D., Canadian 
Staff, A.D.l/. to His Excellency the Governor-General. 

Majors (second in command) — IJiichan, L. (Lt.-Col. 
R.C.R.I.); I'elletier, O. C. C. (Lt.-Col. Canadian Staff). 

"a" company, HRITISII COIiUMMIA AND MANITOBA. 

Cap<(( I H- Arnold, H. M. (MajoriM)th Halt.). Lieutg.— 
Blanchard, M. G. (Capt. .Ilh Re(,'t. C.A.); Hod(,'ins. A.E., 
(Capt. Kelson HitleCo.); Layborn, S. P. (Lt. R.C.R.I.). 

"H" COMPANY, LONDON, ONTARIO. 

Captain— ^ina.vt, 1). (Major -itith Batt.); Lieuts.— 
Ross, J. M. (Cajit. -i-ind Batt.); Mason, J. C. (Capt. 10th 
Batt.); Temple, R. H. M. (and Lt. 48th Batt.). 

"C" COMPANY, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

rrtpfffl»/(— Barker, R. K. (Capt. iuA Batt.) ; Lieuts. — 
Marshall, W. R. (Lt. Lith Batt.); Wilkie, C. S. (Lt. 10th 
Batt.); Laflfecty, F. D. (Lt. R.C.A.). 

"d" COMPANY, OTTAWA AND KINGSTON, ONTARIO. 

Captain— Roii;nr», S. M. (Major 4.'{i\l Batt.). Lieuts.-- 
Lawless, VV. T. (('apt. Gov. -Gen. P'oot Guards); Stewart, 
R. G. (Lt. 4;ird Batt.); Caldwell, A. C. (Lt. R.O.). 

"K" company, MONTRKAIj, (irF.RKC. 

Crepfrtui- Kraser, C. K. (dipt. ,'i:ird Batt.). Lieuts.— 
Swift, A. E. (Lt. 8th Bait.); Laurie, A. (Lt. 1st Batt.); 
Armstrong;', C. J. (Lt. ."ith Batt.), 

'k" company, (jrKBKO. 

Capfnut— Peltier, J. E. (Major (i.'>th Batt.). Lieuts.— 
Panel, H. A. (Capt. R.C. A.); Leduc, L. (Lt. R.C.R.L); 
Pelletier, E. A. (Lt. .'iSth Batt.). 

"G" COMPANV, NKW BKINSWUK AND PHINCK KOWAKD 
ISLAND 

Crt;)^«?"»— Weeks, \V. A. (Major Charlottetown Eng'rs). 
Lieuts. — lones, V. V. (Capt. ;<rd Reyt. C.A.); Kave, J. H. 
(Lt. R.C.R.L); McLean, C. W. \V. (-ind Lt. 8th Hussars.) 

"Il" COMPANY, NOVA SCOTIA. 

t'apfrti?i- Stairs, IL B. (Capt. 6(ith Bait.). Lieuts.— 
Burslall, IL E. (CajH. R.C.A.); Willis, R. B. (Lt. C(ith 
Batt.); Oland, J. C. ("ind Lt. O.'ird Batt.). 

Officer Commandinrj Machine (iuti Section— -WcW, A. 
C. (Lieut, and Capt. .Scots Guards), A.D.C to the Major- 
General Conimandintr Can. dian Militia. 

liegimcntal Adji. -Mac;>iiM:all, .1. C. (Major R.C.R.L). 

RattaHnn ^rf;7,-(.— Macdonell, A. IL (Capt. R.C.R.L); 
Ofriivy, .1. H. C' (Cai.t. R.(.'.A.). 

Quavter-.Master- Dvu'wion, S. ,1. A. (Capt. and Brevet- 
Major R.C.R.L). 

Medical Offi.cei-s- WW^on. C. W. (Surgeon-Major Hrrt 
Field Battery); Fiset, E. (Surueon-Major 89tb Batt.). 

Attached for o.'.t//' />»^?/— Drummond, H. J. (Major 
Scots Guards). 

Attached for Special Diitii-Diury, ('. W. (Lieut. -Col. 
R.C.A., A.IXC. to His Exccllencv tbeGovernor-General); 
Lessard, K. L. (Lieut. -Col. R.C.D.); Cartwri},'hl, R. 
(Major R.C.R.L, .VA.G. at Head-Quarters). 



Was also authorized, one additional Medical Ottlcer 
and four nurses, viz. : — 

Medical Officer— Oahornc, A. B., Capt. (Canadian 
Army Medical Services) provisionally. 

Nurses— iUm Geor^jina Pope, Prince Edward Island ; 
Miss .Sarah Forbes, Halifax, N.S. ; Miss Minnie Affleck, 
Lennox, Ont. ; Miss Elizabeth Russell, Hamilton, Ont. 

Chaplains— Rev. John Almon, 'Quebec ; Rev. T. F. 
Fullerton, Charlottetown, P.E.I. ; Rev. P. M. O'Leary, 
Quebec. 

Capt. F. J. Dixon (on Reserve of Officers) accompanies 
the Canadian Continti'ent as Historical Recorder. 

A representative of the Y. M. C. A. also accompanies 
the Contin(j;ent. 

Total number of persons who embarked on the 
Sardinian :— 



Eight Companies of 120 men each 

Battalion and Company Offlceis 42 

Officer attached for Staff Duty 1 

Otticei'8 attached for Special Duty 4 

One additional Medical Officer (provisi6nal) .... 

Nurses 

Chaplains 

Historical Recorder 

Y. M. C. A. representative 



U60 



47 
1 
4 
3 
1 
1 



Total 1,017 

The conditions of enrolment were the followinjf :— 

(a) Service under the Army Act for six months, with 
liability of extension to one year. 

(I>) Rations, clothing and e((uipment provided free. 

(c) Pay at the rate laid down in Militia Regulations 
for Permanent Corps, from attestation until date of dis- 
embarkation in South Africa (Cape Town), froni which 
date pay will be at British rates. 

Standard: Height 5 ft. (i in., with 34 in. chest meas- 
ureinonl. Age : Not less thar. 22 or more than 40. 

Officers appointed as above will be considered, while 
so serving, as holding the rank to which they have been 
appointed in tiiat Force, and are to be' addressed 
officially by that rank. 

Letters, etc., for officers and men serving with, or 
attached to that Corps, should be legibly addressed ae 
follows : — 



To be forwarded. 



To 



2ND BATT., ROYAL CANADIAN REGIMENT, 
FIELD FORCE, 



SOUTH AFRICA. 



Letters so addressed will be forwarded by flrit po?t to 
England, and tbence to South Africa. The rate of 
postage is two cents per half ounce. 



THE YUKON FIELD FORCE. 

(NOW 8TATI0NKD AT DAWSON.) 



The above military force, which left Ottawa on the Olh 
May, I8!ts, destined for Fort Selkirk, in the Yukon 
Dislricl, where barracks were erected, was composed 
as follows : — 

Commandant, Ll.Col. T. D. B. Evans (R.C.D.). 

.yeruud in Coininaiid, Major 1). 1). Young (R.C.R.L). 



Adjutant d: {quarter- Master, 'Hon'y Captain E. W. G. 
Gardiner (R.C. D.). 

Medical Officer (attached), Surgeon-Major O. LaF. 
Foster (68th Battalion). 

Oj^ms .—Hon'y Captain H. E. Burstall (R.C. A.); 
Hon'y Capt. J. IL C. Ogilvy (R.C.A.); Hon'v Capt. 



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[1900 



H. C. Thacker (R.C.A.); Lieut, antl Bt. C'apt. L. G. 
Bennett (R.C.A.) ; Lieut, and Ht. Capt. C. St. A. Pearse 
(R.C.U.); Lieut. Louis Leduc (It.O.U.L). 

15 Non-Uomnii.ssionefi Otfii'ers and men of Royal 
Canadian Drajiroons. 

46 Non-Coniniissioned Officers and men of Royal 
Canadian Artillery. 

12!) Non-Conuni.ssioiied Officers and men of Royal 
Canadian Re^'iment of Infantry. 

1 Armourer. 

"Major T. 1). C. F. Bliss (Dept. of Militia and Defence) 
i"" attached to the Force as Transport and SujjjiIv 
Officer. 

■Hon'y Major Aim6 Talbot (Olh Battalion) is attached 
to the Force as Payn>aster. 

H. Carry, Es(j., C.K., is attached to the Force as 
Enjfineer, with three assistants. 



4 Lady Nurses, of the Victorian Order, are attached 
to the Force, for hospital duties. 

There are 8 civilinii artificers accompanyinjf the 
For(!e. 

NoTK.— .Second Officer in (Jonnnand: Major T. I). R. 
Keunnint; (R.C.R.L), rc))lnces .Major I». I). Younj; 
(R.C. R. I.), who returns to his military unit. 

To retwrn to their respective units, August ls99 : — 
Major Vounu, Lieuts. Miu-stall, Ojfilvy, Le l)uc, and 94 
Non-t^oi .missioned Officers and men, including; the 
whole of the Royal Canadian I (raifoons and the Field 
Mivision of the Royal Canadian Artillery. 

.Major Talbot has been relieved of the duties of I'ay- 
master, and has returned from tlie Vukon. 

The Kn^fineer, Lady Nurses an<l civilian artificers are 
not now attached to the Force. 



GENTLEMEN WHO HAVE ATTENDED THE ROYAL MILITARY 
COLLEGE OF CANADA, AS CADETS, 

AND NOW SERVING IN HER MAJESTY'S RE(UILA1{ ARMY. 



CAVAI.RV. 

Leafier, IL 1'., Captain., Th Carabiniers. 

UOVAIi ARTIW.KRV. 

Barker, F. E. L. Lieutenant. 

Beer, V. L Second Lieut. 

Bin)j:.ay, H. L Second Lieut. 

Cuuipboil, IL M Major. 

Cantlie, W. H. N Second Lieut. 

Cayley, A. .M Cajttain. 

Courtney, F. H Second Lieut. 

Dean, A. (.'. IT Second Lieut. 

DeBury, H. R. v Lieutenant. 

Duffus, E. .1 Captain. 

Duffus, G. S Captain. 

Gray, P. E Captain. 

Hamersley, H. St. G Second Lieut. 

Hodtfins, C. R Captain. 

Hollinshead, H. N. B Lieutenant. 

Johnston, G. N Lieutenant. 

Macdonald, R. J Lieutenant. 

Moren, J. A C,ai>tain. 

Morris, R. t! Lieutenant. 

Poole, H. R Sc'oiHl Lieut. 

Ridout, .1. Y. H Sec^onil Lieut. 

Scott, R. K Litutet.ant. 

Smith, A. E Second Lieut. 

Strange, II. H Cai^taiii. 

Van Straiibenzee, C. C Captain. 

Wilkes, G. S Lieutenant. 

ROVAI. KNOI.NKEltS. 

Adams, A Lieutenant. 

Armstroni;, B. H. O Lieutenant. 

Binyay, II. L 

Brenuier, A. (! Lieutenant. 

Campljcll, il. B. D Lieutenant. 

Carey, IL C Captain. 

Carr-llarris 

Cartwri^fht. (!. S Captain 

Casgrain, P. ii. u.. P Captain. 

Denison, G. W Second Lieut. 

Doucet, L. C. A. DeB Second Liiut. 

DufT, G. M C^aptain. 

Dumble, W. C Lieutenant. 

Evtins, A Second Lieut. 

Farwcll, C. B Lieutenant. 

Frith, G. R Second Lieut. 

Girouard, K. P. C Major. 

Harris, E. I). C Second Lieut. 

.loly de Lotbiniere, A Captain. 

■Toly de Lotbinit^e, II Lieut enatit. 

Kennedy, ,T. N. C C.iptnin. 

Kirkpatrick, G. M Captain. 

Lane, J. L (C.M.G.) Captain. 

Lesslio, W. B Lieutenant. 

McElhini ey, W. J Captain. 

Maclnnes, I). S Lieutenant. 

Nanton, H. C Captaiti. 

Osborne, G. F. F Lieutenant. 

Panet, A. E Lieutenant. 

Ridout, D. H Captain, 



Rojjers, II. S Lieutenant. 

Skinner, T. C Captain. 

Slo}fgett, H Captain. 

Tilley, W. F Oaptain. 

Twining, P. G Captain. 

Van Straubenzee. A. II Major. 

Von Hugel, N. G Captain. 

INKA.NTKV. 

Cameron, K. B., Captain, .\r(fyll and Stitherland Iliijh- 

landers. 
Cory, G. N., Lieutenant, Royal Diiblin Fusiliers. 
Cowie, C. S., Captain, Royal Scots. 
Dobell, C. M., Major, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
DouU, .1. I)., Second Lieut., Yorkshire Lisrlit Infantry. 
Farley, .1. J. B., LieutenaiU, Prince of Wales' Regiment. 
Hamilton, W. A., Lieutenant, Connaught Rangers! 
Hayter, R. .1. F., Second Lieut., Cheshire Regiment. 
Ileneker, F. C, Lieutenant, Royal Canadians. 
Heneker, W. C. G., Captain, Connaught Rangers. 
Hensley, C. A , Captani, Royal Dublin P'usiliers. 
Hewett, E. V. O., Captain, Royal West Kent Regiment. 
Kanlbach, H. \., Second Lieut., W.arwickshire Regiment. 
Keiuiy, G. W., Lieutenant, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 
Laurie, G. B., (^aptain, Royal Irish Rifles. 
Laurie, ,1. II. , Cajtiain, Royal Lancaster Regiment. 
Luard, C. C., (Captain, Durham Light Infantry. 
Luard, G. D., Captain, The Cameronians. 
Morris, E. .M., Captain, Devonshire Regiment. 
.Mosgrove, R. St. P., Royal Sussex Regiment. 
Osborne, .1. W., Lieutenant, Tlie Cameronians. 
Payzant, IL R., Second Lieut., Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Rogers, G. II. , Second Lieut., Bedfordshire Regiment. 
Sears, J. W., Captain, South Staffordshire Regiment. 
Skituier, F. .St. D., Captain, Royal Su.ssex Regiment. 
Skiruier, T. C, Second Lieut., Hampshire Regiment. 
Smith, E. O., Captain, Northamptonshire Regiment. 
Smith, H. (;., Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 
Sweny, W. F., Lieutenant, Royal Fusiliers. 
Stephen, C. M., SecoTid Lieutenant, Cheshire Regiment. 
Syer, H. H., Second Lieut.. South WaUs Borderers. 
Taylor, K. T., Captain, Cheshire Regiment. 
Van Straubenzce, B. W., Capt. South Wales Borderers. 
Wilkie, A. B., Royal Sussex Regiment. 
Wise, IL E., Captain, Derbyshire Regiment. 
Wood, C. C, Lieutenant, Loyal North Lancashire 

Regiment. 

AR.MV SKttVICK COUPS. 

Clinch, II. W Lieutenant. 

Duffus, F. F Lieutenant. 

l.NIllAN STAFF CORPS. 

Brown, G.I! Second Lieut. 

Hardie, ( ;. E Lieutenant. 

Mitchell, W. ,T Lieutenant. 

tNATTACIIKI) LIST. 

(With a view to their appointment to the Indian Staff 
Corps.) 

Hunter, F. F Second Lieut. 

Peters, .Tas Second Lieut. 

Sweeny, R. L. C Second Lieut. 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Entered Confederation 1st July, 1867. 
Skat ok Govkbnmknt 



I'opulation 1891—2,112,989. 
Toronto. 



LiBUTBNANT-GovsRNOR, ths Ilon. Sir Oliver Mowat, G.C.M.G., $10,000. 
Official Secr-dary, Commander F. C. Law, R.N., #1,200; 

EXKCUTIVB COUNCIL. 

Premier and Treasurer, Hon. G. W. Ross 87,000 I Minister of Edvcatinn, Hon. Richard Harcourt. !S4,000 

Attomey-Oeneral, Hon. J. M. Gibson 4,000 | Minixter </ Agricxilture and Registrar, Hon. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hon. E. .). Davis. 4,000 I .John Drydeii 4,000 

Commis'r of Public Works, Hon. V. II. Liitchfonl 4,000 i Ministers without Portf-ilio, Hon. Wni. Harty 

Secretary, Hon. .1. R. Stratton 4,000 ! and Hon. J. T. ( Jarr'ow. 

Clerk, Executive Council, John R. Cartwriefht ; Assistant Clerk, J. Lonsdale Capreol. 



OKKICKRS OF TUB LKQI8LATIVE ASSK.VBIA. 



Clerk of the House: and Clerk of the Crown in 

Chancery, Charles Clarke .$2,000 

Assistant Clerk, Arthur IL Sydere 1,500 

Librarian, Averii Pardoe 1,.')00 

Clerk and Postmaster, J. M. Delamere 1,000 



Accountant, LuJ.. K. Cameron 

Law Clerk, A. M. Dymoiid 

Sergcant-at-Arms, V. J. Glackmeyer 

House Keeper and Chief Messenger, P. O'Brien. 



$400 
900 
600 
900 



PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Premier and Treasurer, Hon. O. \\. Itoss $7,000 

Assistant Treasurer, W. N. Anderson 2,300 

Chief Clerk, F. A. Carrell 1,350 

Sec'i/ and Clerk of Algoma Taxes, L. V. Percival. 1,5.50 
Cashier, W. W. Douiflas 1,050 

I'ROVlNCIAli AUDITOR'M BRANCH. 

Provincial Auditor, C. H. Sproiile 2,400 

Book-keeper, A. J. Rattray ... 1,500 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. 

Attorney-General, Hon. J. M. Gibson 

Deputy Attorney-General, J. R. Cartwrijflit 

Legal Secretary, A. M. Dyniond 

Assistant Clerk Kxecutire Council, J. L. t'apreol, 

Private Secretary, Frank Ford 

Oovernnient Detectire!<, J. W. Murray, $1,0.50 ; J. 

E. Rogers, $1,3.50; Wm. Greer, $l,t)()0. 
Municipal A uditor, J. B. Laiiisf 

INSPRCTOR OK RE018TRY OKKICKS. 

Inspector, D. Guthrie, Q.C., Guelph ■'<1,750 

REQISTRAR-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Registrar-General, Hon. .1. R. Stratton .*4,000 

Deputy Registrar-General, Dr. P. H. Hryce 

Inspector, Col. R. B. Hamilton 

Head Clerk, Geo. Wheler 

Clerks, J. M. Ridley, T. F. CallaRhan, C. M. Par- 
dee, F. Jones, and C. S. Ilorrocks 

Stetiographer, H. J. Scobie 

Messenger, John O'Shea 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Commissioner. Hon. F. R. Latchford $4,000 

Secretary, VVni. Efhvaitls 1,000 



Consulting Architect and Engineer, Kivaa Tidly . $1,500 

Engineer, R. MoCallum 2,100 

Law Clerk and Accotintant, J. P. Kdwards 1,300 

Architect, V. A. Heakes 1,800 

Architectural Draughtsman, R. P. Fairbairn — 1,400 

Ass't Architectural Draughtsman, T. M. Hennessy 1,050 

Minister's Secretary, AI. Wilson 1,300 

Clerk of Files, C. 6'Grady 400 

Clerk anil Stenographer, Edith H. Brown 500 

Messenger, etc., C. A. McDonald 600 

PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. 

Deputy Regi.'itrar, J. F. C. Ussher $1,400 

Chief Clei-ks, George Hobbs, Edwin .leiikinson. . 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 

Provincial Secretary, Hon. J. R. Stratton $4,000 

Assistant Secretary, Geo. E. Lumsden 2,300 

Chief Clerk, .1. B. McLachlan 1,250 

Minister's Secretary, (i. W. Yutes 1,000 

INSl'ECTOR OK DUMSION COURTS. 

Inspector, Joseph Dickey 1,700 

LICKNSK AND ADMINISTRATION OF.M'STICR ACCOUNTS 
BRANCH. 

First Officer, Henry Totteii 2,000 

Acting Accountaiit, J. F. Mowat. . . 1,300 

(JUKES'S I'RINTKR. 

Qtieen's Printer, L. K. Cameron 1,800 

PROVlNCIAIi BOARD OK 1IKAI,TII. 

Chairman, Dr. J. 1). Macdonald 400 

Secretary, Dr. I H. Bryce 2,500 

Analyst, J. J. Mackenzie 1,400 

Clerk, G. B. Lindsay 8(K) 

Stenographer, Allen Ker 500 



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150 



PPOVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



riooo 



SUFEIUNTBN'JBXT NKOLKCTBD CHILDRRX. 

Superintendent, J.J. Kelso 



OFFICK OK PRISONS AND PUBLIC CliARITIRS. 

Innpeetor of Axi/lumg, K. Christie 

tnnpectorn of ''rinont and IHtblic Charitieii, T. F. 

Chamberlain, M.D., |2,500; James Noxoti 

Chief Clerk, J. Mann 



Public InntitutionK. 
Institution for the Deaf antl Dumb, Belleville- 

Superintendent, K. Mathison 

Bumar, W. Cochrane 



Institution for the Blind, Hrantford— 

Principal, A. H. Dyniond 

Bursar, W. N. Hossie 

Central Prison for Ontario, Toronto — 

Warden, J. T. Oilmour, M.D 

Biirsar, Alex. Jaffray 

Reformatory for Boys, PenetaiiRuishene- 
Stiperintendent, Thos. McCrosson . . 
Bumar, W. P. Band 



Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Females and In- 
dustrial Refuffe for Girls, Toronto— 

Superintendent, Mrs. O'Reilly 

Burmr, P„ W. Laird 



ASYLUMS AND PRISONS. 

Inspector, R. Christie 

Inspector, T. F. Chamberlain 

Inspector, J. Noxon 



Toronto— 

Medical Superintendent, D. Clark, JI.D 

Bx'rsar, Wni. Tracy 

i-ondon— 

Medical Superintendent, R. M. Bucke, M.D. 
Burmr, C. A. Sippi 



Kinjfston— 

Medical Superintendent, C. K. Clarke, M.D. 
Bursar, William Anjflin 



Hamilton— 

Medical Superintendent, J. Russell, M.D 

Bursar, B. Way 

Mimico— 

Medical Superintendent, N. H. Beemer, M.D. 
Bursar, James Corcoran 

Brockville — 

Medical Superintendent, B. Murphy, M.D. 
Bursar, W. P. Dailey '. 

Asylum for Idiots, Orillia— 

Medical Superintendent, A. H. Beaton, M.D. 
Bursar, T. J. Muir 

LEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. 

Commisnoner of Crown Lands, Hon. E. J. Davis. 

Assistant Commissioner, Aubrey White 

Law Clerk, O. Keimedy 

Minister'.t Secretary, E. H. Williamson 



Sl.oOO 



2,(«H) 

2,400 
1,300 



1,800 
1,000 

1,800 
1,100 

2,000 
1,300 

1,800 
950 



1,000 
1,100 



2,600 
2,.'J00 
2,400 



2,000 
1,400 

2,000 
1,400 

2,000 
1,300 

2,000 
1,400 

1,700 
1,000 

1,700 
1,200 

1,800 
1,000 



Sales and Free Grants Branch. 
ChieJ Clei k, A. Kirkwood 

Surveys, Patents ami Roads. 

Director of Surveys, G. B. Kirkpatrick, O.L.S 

Draughtitnan, W. Revell 

Chief Clerk of Patents, C. S. Jones 

Superintendent Colonization lioads, II. .Smith . . 

Woods and Forests Branch. 
Chief Clerk, J. A. G. Crozier 

Forestry. 
Clerk of Forestry.. Thomas Southworth 

Accounts Branch. 

Accountant, D. O. Ross 

liegistrar's Branch. 
Registrar, Frank Yei^h 



$4,000 
2,800 
2,000 
1,100 



1,900 



2,200 
1,300 
1,550 
1,900 



1,750 
1,500 
1,800 
L.^iOn 



Mining Bureau. 

Director of .Vines, A. Blue $2,6(X) 

Clerk and Secrelanifor I'urks, Thos. W. (Jibson. I,ri00 

Crown Timber Agents. 

Ottawa K. .1. l)arl)V I (Quebec B. Nicholson 

Parry Sd F. Ilalliday | I'elfrboro, J.H.McWillianis 

Port Arthur II. .Muiiro I Hat Portage . .W. .Marj^ach 

S. S<e. iWrtr(>,P.C.Canipl)fll | 

Crown Land .\yents. 

Minden W. llartic 

I'uicnssan . . . . J. S. IScarlelt 
Plenin A. \V. Wood 



Rracebridge Wni. Kirk 

Briflenell IdIui WheUiii 

Kgai villi' . . . Junics Rccvt's 

Kmsoale E. Ilancly 

yfrti';',7/fjrcr.Wni.('iinipbfil 
Fort i'>(i/i6'«'x.(!..l.ll()llaiKl.H 
" " W.lStcpliensMii 

Liskeard . . . . J. Annstroii;; 
Haliburton . . C. I{. .Stewart 
Kingston . . R. Macplierson 

L'Amable J. It. Tait 

Magnetewan . . . .S. (). Best 
Mattawa 



I'arrji ,S'il lamcH Ellis 

I'l'iithnike . ..James Hte'vart 
I'liit Arthur.. d. Y. Ruttan 
tint Piirtnuc. E. A.('liai>nian 
Hd's Landing. (i. Hamilton 
Sauit Str. .WfO-iV, W.Turner 

Sudbury I. Ryan 

Sturgeon F's.,].\ ).Cockt)urn 
Thessalon . . .W . L. Nichols 
Masseg Sta. . . I). W. |]i'o<lie 



ISSPKCTOH OK I.VSrUA.NCK. 

Inspector, J. Howard Hunter, M.A .'«i2,800 

(»AMK WARIIKN. 

Chief ilame Warden, Edwin Tiiisley l,';0o 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 

(St. Ja.mkh' aQUARK.) 

Minister of Education, Hon. Richard llnrcourt. . $4,000 

Deputy MinL-^ter of Education, John Millar, B. A. 2,300 

Chief Clerk and Accountant, V. J. Taylor 1,000 

Minister's Private Secretary, Henry Alley 1,41)0 

Senior Clerks, J. T. R.Stinsoii, II. M. Wilkinson, ea. 1,300 

" " A. C. Paull, F. N. Niidel each 1,100 

Librarian J- Historiographer, J.O. Hod^'ins, EL. I). 2,000 

Stip. Mech. Insts. J; Arts Schools, S. P. .May, M.D. 1,700 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Minister, Hon. John Drydeii $4,000 

Private Secretary, W. B. Varley 1,100 

Dep'y Minister and Secr'y Bui-eau of Industries, 

C. C. James 2,300 

Assistant Secretary of Bureau, W. F. McMaster . 1,700 

Chief Clerk, W. O. Galloway 1,400 

Shorthand Writer, Thos. McGillicuddy 1,000 

Supt. of Farmers' In.'<titntes, G. C. Creelman, 

B.,S.A 1,,''.00 

Instructor in Road Making, A. W. Canipbi'll, C. E. l,7r)0 

AORIUl'LTl'RAIi COLLEGE, OHELPII. 

President, James .Mills, LL. I) 2,000 

Prof, ol Chemistry, \. E. Shuttleworth, l"h. I) 1,800 

Prof, of Nat. History, Wni. Loehheail, H..\.,M.S. 1,300 

Farm Superintendent, Prof. G. E. Dav, H..S.A. . . 1,200 

Prof, of Horticulture, 11. L. Hutt, B.S.A 1,200 

Prof, of Bacteriotogi/, F. C. Harrison, B.S.A 1,200 

Prof, of Dairying, H. II. De.an, H.S. A l,,'-,00 

Prof, of Physics, .). B. Reynolds, B.A 1,300 

Prof, of Veterinary Science, J. H. Reed, V.S l,(jOO 

Ass't. Resident Master, .1. N. Heckstedfc 600 

E.rperimentalist, C. A. Z:ivitz, B.S..\ l.nOO 

Poultry Manager, W. R. Graham, B.S.A 700 

Assistant C/ioinV, R. Harcourt, B.S.A <»00 

Asst. in A'atural History, M. \V. Dohertv, M.A. 750 

Drill Instructor, Capt. W. Clarke .' 300 

Physician, W. (). Stewart , M. I » 300 

Btirsar, A McCallum 1,000 

Stenographer, G. A. Putnam 700 

ONTARIO I ACTIIRIK.S INSPKCTOliS. 

Robert Barber, Parliament Buildings, Toronto. . . 

J. H. Brown, Parliament Huildinf,'s, Toronto 

O. A. Rocque, Orleans, Out 

Miss Mar!,'aretCarlyle, Parliament Hldgs., Toronto 

IM.MIORATION OKKICK. 

Secretary, David Sjience, Toronto I,,')0(( 

Agent in Lirerpoul, P. B.\ rne 2,30(i 



DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES. 

Deputy Commissioner, S. T. Ba; tedo 

r/erks, J. S. Webster, H. G. (,'(.x, W. W. Ellis, 
A. B. Wallace 



1900] 



PHOVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Ul 



1,,')0(» 
2,300 






HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY— PROVINC^E OF ONTARIO. 
NINTH LEGISLATURE. 

Speaker— Hon. F. H. Alkkbd Evantuhbl. 
Lib., Liberal ; Con., Conaervative. 
NoTB.— The political party is i^iveii aoeordin^ to the best informftjion obtainable. If there should be any 



errors the Editor will gladly correct them on advice. 





popr- 


C0N8TITIRNCV. 






liATION. 


Addiiiifton 


17,584 


Algoma, Kant .. 


2«,028 


Algitma, Went . . 


15,829 


Brant, X. li.... 


n,4(XJ 


Brant, S. H... 


21,811 


Brockville 


17,787 


Bruce, M. li. . . . 


22,154 


Bruce, S. H 


19,575 


Bnice, C. n.... 


22,874 


Cardwell 


20,105 


Carleton 


21,807 


Duferin 


22,183 


Dundtig 


20,132 


Durham, E. Ji. 


17,053 


Durham, W. Ji. 


15,374 


Elgin, E. Ji.... 


18,445 


Elgin, W. R.... 


24,932 


Essex, N. R.... 


28,423 


Esnex, S. li 


26,917 



NAMK OK MKMHKR, 



Frontenac . 

Glengarry . 

OrenoiUe . . . 
Orey, N. Ji . 

(jhrey, C. R. . 



Orey, S.R.... 

Haldimand . . 

Halton 

Hamilton, WR ) ' 
Hamilton,ER] 
Hasting*, W. II. 
Hastings, E. Ji. 
Hastings, N. Ji. 
Huron, E. Ji. . . 
Huron, S. R.... 
Huron, W. R... 

Kent, E. R 

Kent, W. R 

Kingston 



Lambton, E. R. 

Lambton, W. R. 
Lanark, N. Ji. . 
Lanark, S. R. .. 

Leeds 

Lennox 

Lincoln 



James Reld Con. 

Ohiirles K. Karwell ... Lib. 

James t!oiimee Li!). 

Daniel Burt Lit). 

Hon, A.S. Hardy Lib. 

Ut'or^fc I'. CJiiiluini . . Lib. 
diaries M. ISownian. . .JAb. 

Reuben K. Truax Lift. 

.\n(lrew Malcolm Lih. 

Kdward A. Little Con. 

Geo. Nelson Kidd .Con. 

John Harr Con. 

James 1'. Whitney. . . .Con. 

William A. Fallis Con. 

VV'm. Henry Keid Con. 

Charles A.Brower. . Con. 
Vacant. 

William J. McKee. . . . Lib. 

.lohn .\llan Aiild Lib. 

14,(589 :jobn S. GallaKher. . Con. 

24,447 Donald K. McDonald. .Con. 

21,(109 Robert L. Jovnt Con. 

24,0(J8 Georvfe M. Boyd Con. 

24,329 Isaac B. Luca.s Con. 

22,817 David .Famieson Con. 

18,216 Jose W. Holmes Lib. 

21,982 John Roaf Barber Lib. 

A'iWi i ^- •^- Colquhoun. ..Con. 
*®'"''* i 1 Henry Carscallen. . Con. 

18,050 M. H. Morrison Con. 

18,964 'Samuel Russell Lib. 

22,070 William J Allen Con. 

20,891 [Archibald Hislop Lib. 

22,5o8 [Henrv Kilber C"i. 

23,332 Hon. James T. Garrow Lift. 

25,2'.i9 iRobert Ferguson Li"ft. 

32,700 iThos. L. Pardo Lib. 

24,686 JHon.'W. Hart. Lib. 

23,148 JHenry J. Bettypiece . . Lib. 

35,662 'Fredericlt F. Pardee. .. Lift. 
18,434 IWilliani C. Caldwell. .Lib. 

19,291 lA. J. Matheson Con. 

21,492 ! Walter Beatty Con. 

14,<K)0 IB. p. Aylsworth Lib. 

25,394 Elisha Jessop Con. 



p. O. \I>DRR88. 



Centreville 
Isaull Mte. Marie 

'Port Arthur 

jst. George . ... 

Toronto 

Brockville 

Southampton . . 

Walkertoii 

Kincardine 

Allandale 

Carp 

Shelburne 

Morrisburtjh . . . 

Millbrook 

Clarke 

New Sarum 



NO. or 

V0TK8 
RKCKlV'l) 



North Augusta.. 
Owen Sound . . . . 



London ] 31,977 Francis B. Leys Lib. 



I 

Middlesex, E. R. \ 
Middlesex, iV. A'.i 
Middlesex, W.R.i 

Uonck 

Muskoka ! 

Nipissing ! 

Norfolk, S.R...\ 
Norfolk, N. li..' 
Nortkumb'ld, E. i 
Northvmb'ld,W.\ 
Ontario, N. R..\ 
Ontario, S. R.. 
Ottawa {S Mem\ 
bers) j 

'^ -rd, N. R. I 

ixj'ord, S. R I 



Windsor 

Amherstburgh. 
Harrowsmith . . 

Williamstown. . 



1901 
2833 
1723 
1167 
3038 
2232 
2464 
Acvl. 
1860 
2267 
1740 
2660 
2364 
1949 
1826 
2267 



NAMK OK DKFKATKD 

CANDIDATK AND NO. OK V0TK8 

RRCKIVKD. 



J. S. Warkman 1600 

1. H. Fell 2658 

C. W. Cha<lwick ....1432 
— . Visher 1066 

FUiott 2611 

John Culbert 2044 

D. M. Jermyn 2190 



2683 

3138 
1936 

lOOii 

2361 

2707 



Markdale 2813 ] 



»{ 



"{ 



Durham 

Selkirk 

Georgetown . . , 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Trenton 

Deseronto 

Cooper 

Walton.- 

Crediton 

(.Joderich .... 
Thamesville . . , 
Cedar Springs 
Toronto 



2248 -I 

1957 
2549 
2752 
3247 
10S5 
2011 
2374 
2417 
2775 
2502 
2867 
3689 
2125 



Forest 2361 

Sarnia 

Lanark 

Perth 

Delta 

Bath 

St. Catharines . 



361 1 



London. 



22,292 Thomas D. Hodgins . .Con. 

18,615 Wm. H. Taylor Lib. 

19,460 'Hon. G. W. Ross Lib. 

15,4(18 I Hon. R. Harcourt Lih. 

17,850 Samuel Briilgland Lib. 

13,163 j John Loughrin Lib. 

15,1(16 !Wm. A. Charlton Ijib. 

15,886 ;K. C. Carpenter JJb. 

21,995 I John II. Douglas Lift. 

14,947 I Samuel Clarke Lib. 

20,324 William H. Hoyle Con. 

25,031 I Vacant. 

.,,,,, i ( Alexander Lumsden. Lift. 

**•"'' I \ Charles B. Powell. .C'in. 

27,037 [Andrew Pattullo Lib. 

22,812 I Angus McKay Lib. 



London 

Park hill 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Bracebridge , 
Mattawu . . . , 

Toronto 

Simcoe 

Wark worth . 
Cobourg . . , 
Cannington. 



Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Woo<lstock , 

Ingersoll . . 



3600 
1969 
2196 
2200 
1677 
2074 

.S994i 

2463 
2195 
2262 
1985 
1938 
1590 
1723 
1885 
2814 
1654 
2826 

4793 

4548 

2838 I 
2343 



John S. McDonald . . 1616 

William Wright 1808 

George Bticknorn . . . 994 

William Dynes 2091 

W. B. Luwson 2228 

S. Grandy 1643 

J. C. Mitchell 1,'06 

Daniel Mclntyre. . . .2238 

G. A. Wintermule...2688\ 

J. Martin 97 / 

W. D. Killackey ...2461 
Joseph L. Haycock.. 1667 
D. M. Macpherson ..14391 

D. McRae 679/ 

A. Buchanan 1760 

James Cleland 2570 

J. Boland 17221 

J. M. Davis 267 / 

— . Morgan 1716 \ 

J. McNicol 792/ 

J. R. Lalor 1865 

William Kerns 2388 

J. M. Gibson 2474 

J. T. Mi.ldleton...:.2367 
Henry (!. Bleeeker.. 1784 

John Stokes 1883 

Byron O. Lott 2122 

Henry Mooney 1919 

Mni-do V. McLean . .2616 

Joseph Beck 2457 

Alex. M. Mason 2317 

— . Hall 3406 

Ed. H. Sniythe 1835 

P. McCallum 23211 

J. A. McLean 116/ 

A. V. Gurd 3100 

R. J. Preston 1808 

J. Clark 1398 

- . Webster 1742 

W. W. Meacham . . .1634 

James Doran 2621 

A. Beck.. 3693^ 

H. A. Ashplant 126 ^ 

C. H. Gould 57 ( 

J. McWilliams 2368 

C. C. Hodgins . . ..21M3 

G. B. Camp')ell 2111 

Thos. J. Galbraith . .1657 
<!eorgc Langford. . . .1864 

J. Leniurche ir,19 

John L. Buck 168 t 

Oliver Robertson . . 1635 
W. A. Willoughby. .2393 
J. H. Midholland . .1,520 
J. Chappele 1895 

George O'Keefe... .4639 
Bernard Hatbery .. .,3964 

Kauffman 1815) 

Montague. 604 J 

Chambers 1669 






801 
275 
291 

102 

527 
188 
266 

234 
459 
746 
669 
126 
306 
110 
29 

95 

677 
269 

466 

611 
137 

1091 

632 

102 

161 
278 
880 
201 
128 
262 
498 
169 
45 
552 
283 
290 

40 

500 
161 
797 
458 
43 
353 

301 

95 

92 

151 

328 

74 

61 

34 

250 

421 

124 

431 

145 
19 

1023 

674 



152 



PUOVINO!: OF ONTARIO. 



[1900 



C0N8TIT ' 



Part!,. „. ... 

Peel 

Perth, i\. li.... 

Perth, S. n 

Peterbiiru', K. li. 
Peterlmro', W.R. 
Preseott 

Prince Edward. 

Renfrew, S. It.. 

Renfretv, N. R. 

Rimsell 

Sintcoe, K. R. . . 
Simcoe, H'. R. . . 

Simeoe, C. R. . . 

Stormnnl . . 

Turuiito. W..\ 
Toronto, E... \ 
Toronto. N... C 
Toronto, S....J 
Victoria, E. R. . 
'ictoria, W. R. 
^ -■•' 0, N. L . 
'■ ate, l.-.ti, S. R. . 
•Vellnnd 

Wellington, S.R. 

WrAlington,E.R. 
WelUngton,W.R: 
Wentworth,N.R. 
Wentworth, S.R.\ 
York, E. R... 
York, W. R. . . 
York, N. R... 



roi'ii 

liATlON. 



NAMK OK MKMIIKK. 



)8,'m7 NV in. Hul)l. Htutty lAb. 

I.lohii Smith Lili. 

'I\),mi J )lni hrowii Lib. 

[N'elHOii MoMlfith Con. 

ThomiiM litczai'd fjil>. 

IJas. U. Hlmtlon I.ih. 



V. (), AUDHKMH. 



Parry Sound . 
KraiiiiiloM . . . 
fStratrord. . .. 



2-', 114 
Ui,«();{ 

18,887 
24,17.{ 

18,889 



VVustwood . 
I'flerlioro'. 



lloii. K. K. A. KmiiiIiiil'1./v(V(.j Alfred 
William II. Dtniiisuy. .Con. Albany 



'2:i,072 
2:{,()()r) 

21»,i)7() 

2(i,r.i»7 
i)),i)ii) 

ii),i»l() 

27,i:,6 



181,209 



20, 
18, 
'Z,'), 

2ft, 
2;., 



093 

«i48 
325 

i;«) 

132 



I Hon. V, H. \.aUMnri\. fJb. 

Andrew T. White. . . .Con. 

(Onesimo iiiiil)ord Lib. 

JA. MisciiniplK'll Con. 

.laiUL'H Sloddurl Duff. .Con. 

A. B. Thonip.son Con. 

.lohii XicLiujfhlln Con. 

. Con. 
. Con. 
. Con 
.C<.a. 

Con. 
.Con. 

. Lib. 



21,394 

20,303 
17,582 
14,591 
13,550 
23,702 
18,. i7 
21,863 



( Thomas Cr.'Avford. 
J Kobfrt Allan I'yne 
I Op'-i'tje V. Jlarti-r. 

VJa .es .1. Foy 

John H. CJarneuic . 

Saniut'l J. Fox 

Louis J. Hreithau)/t. 

William A. Kribs Con. 

Wm. M. Uerinan Lib. 

John Mutrie Lib. 

Hon. John M. (iilison .Lib. 

James Tucker Con. 

Thomas A. Wardell. . . Con. 

Jolui Diclienson Lib. 

John Richardson Lib. 

William Janns Hill Lib. 

Hon. E. J. Uavis Lib. 



Toronto 

I'embroke 

Clarence Creek. 

Midland 

Cookstown 



NO, Of 

V(W'KH 

RKCKIV'l) 



2832 
2343 
331W 
249(1 
1771 
2742 
Arrl. 

23"'? I 



KAMK OK DKritATHD CANDI- 

DATK ANP NIMHKR 

OK VoTKH HKCKIVKII. 



Penetaiijfuishene. 



Avoiunore. 

Toronto . . 
Toronto . . 
Toronto . . 
T..ro:ito . . 
CoboiTOtik . 
Lindsay . . . 
licrlin . . . . 
Hehpeler. . 
Weliand. . . 



Oustic 

Toronto 

Hosworth 

Dundas 

North Olanford. 

Soarboro' 

Toronto 

King 



2321 
2738 
2.593 
2015 

1701 I 

2122 I 

3fl»f 
;103 
3513 
4404 
2289 
2164 
2819 
2532 
3125 

2341 I 

2119 
191': 
1700 
1049 
2091 
2405 
2543 



-. Bd((ar 1227 

John Beyiion 2051 

Tliomas Mo^wood .3200 
Valentine Hrock . .2488 

Sanmel Konl 1555 

.). W. Uitrvin 1743 



* » 

llOfi 

292 

\m 

s 

210 
t)99 



Joli.'i (-'avuii. 
N. Sj)i'HKiie 



. .2030 



?! 



Henrv Barr 2108 

I'eter .Marier UW2 

~ . Harvey 2.524 

Archil)ald Currie. ...1,580 

I'. Uavidson 1704 | 

Nain .509 t 

J. Mulhern 1943^ 

Bennett . . 855 / 

Spence 2938 

Caldwell 147." 

Dewa.t 3479 

B. Kovrers 4069 

John Austin 1861 

John McKav 2092 

Henrv O. Lutikner ..2700 

Jas. r. Phin 2423 

J. H. Pen 2444 

H. Hort^p 1942 I 

J. Anderson . . 407 / 

l»'. CoiiKhhn .1011 

J. .scMtl 1083 

A. F. Pirie 1307 

W. S. Evans 1475 

J. W. Moves 1008 

J. W. St.John 2430 

Lt.Col. Waylinv,'....2074 



357 



163 

770 

09 

435 



l"i( 

760 
1028 

34 
405 
438 

72 

in 

109 
081 

399 

508 

2;'r« 

333 
174 
423 
36 
409 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS AND ELECTORAL DISTRICTS-ONTARIO. 



Speaker— Uos. V. E. Alfukii EVA.V"itKi,. 



m 



Reprexentativeg. ('onutitwru-ies. 

Allen, William J Ha.sting», N.K. 

Anld, John Allan Essex, .S.K. 

Aylesworth, B. K I.entiox 

Barber, .John Hciaf Halton 

Harr, Jo.!in Dutferin 

Beatty, Wm. Rabb Parry Sound 

Beatty, Walter Leeds 

Blezard, Thomua. .Peterborough, E.R. 

Boyd, (ienrge M Grey, Nil. 

Bowman, Chus. Martin ..Bruce, N.R. 

Breithaiipt, L. .T Waterloo, N.R. 

Bridgland, Hamiiel Muskoka 

Bro'ver, Chas, And Elgin, E.R. 

Bn. .11, .lohn Perth, N.K. 

Burt, Daniel Brant, N.R. 

Caldwell, William v Lanark, N.K. 

Carnegie, John H Victoria, E. R, 

Carpenter, E. C Norfolk. N.R. 

Carscallen, Henry Hamilton, E. 

Chivrlton, Wm. A Norfolk., S.R. 

Clarke, S Northumberland, W.R. 

Cohiuhoun, Andrew A. .Hamilton, W. 

Comnee, James Algoma, W. 

Crawford, Thomas Toronto, W. 

Uavis, Hon. Elihu J York, N.R. 

Ucn'psey, Wm. R Prince Edward 

Dickenson, John . . . .Wentworth, >S.R. 
Douglas, ,T. H. .Northumberland, E.R. 

Vacant Ontario, ,S.R. 

Dutf, .lames S Simcoe, W.R. 

Bilber, Henry Huron, S.R. 

Evanturel, F E. A., Hon Prescott 



Represen tn t i ven. Count it iienriei. 

Fallis, Wm. A Durham, E.R. 

Farwell, Charles Franklin.. Algoma, E. 

Ferguson, Robt Kent, E.R. 

Fox, Samuel J Victoria, W.R. 

Foy, James J Toronto. S. 

(tallagher, John S Frontenac 

Garrow, Hon. .Tames T. .Hm-on. W.R. 

German, Wm. Manley \/elland 

Gibson, Hon. J. M . ..Wellington, E.R. 

tiraham, George P Brockville 

Guibord, Onesime Russell 

Harcourt, Hon. Richard Monck 

Hartly, Hon. A. S Brant, S.K. 

Harty, Hon. W Kingston 

Hill, William J York, W.K. 

HLslop, Archibald Huron, E.R. 

Holmes, .lose W Haldimand 

Hodgin:, Thos. D MituUeaex, E. R. 

Hoyle, William H Ontario. N.R. 

.lamieson, David Grey, >S.R. 

Jeasop, Elisha Lini oln 

Joynt, Robert L (Jrenville 

Kidd, Geo. Nelson Carleton 

Kribs, William A. Waterloo, S.K. 

Liitehford Hon. F. R. . . 'lenfrew, S.R. 

Leys, Francis B i^ondon 

Little, Ed. Alf Curdwell 

Loughrin, .John Nipissing 

Lucas, Isaac B Grey, C.Il. 

Lmnsden, Alexander Ottawa 

Malcolm, Andrew Bruce, C. R. 



Repre-vntat iven. V<nn<titue)wie». 

Marfer, G. F Toronto, N. 

Matheson, Arthur. Jas. . . Lanark, S.R. 

Miscampiiell, A .Simeoe. E.R. 

Moriison, M. B Hastings, W.R. 

Monteith, Nelson Perth, S.R. 

Mutrie, John Wellingfon, S.R. 

Vi-cant Elgin, W.R. 

McDonald, Donald R (Jlengarry 

McKee, Wm. J Essex, N. II. 

Mc.^ay, Angus Oxford, .S.R. 

McLaughlin, John St.irnmnt 

Var(iee, Frederick F. .Lambton, W.R. 

Paido, T. L K.-.it,