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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME 1 - P^RT 1 



FOURTH SESSION OF THE TENTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1907-8 




VOLUME XLII 




7 Edw. VII. 



Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1908 



See also Numerical I<ist Page 5. 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



OF THE 

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



FOURTH SESSION, TENTH PARLIAMENT, 1907-8 



A 

Acetylene Gas Buoys 209 

Adulteration of Food li 

Agriculture, Annual Report 15 

Alaska Boundary 54 

Aluminum Exports and Imports. .136, 136a 
Applications for crossing railway 

tracks 86 

Archives, Canadian 18 

Astronomer, Chief, Report of 25a 

Athabasca Fish Co 225 

Auditor General, Annual Report.. .. 1 

B 

Bait Freezer and Cold Storage 101 

Banks, Chartered 6 

Banks, Unpaid Balances in 7 

Barbados, Trade Conference at 158 

Bastedo, Samuel Tovel 139 

Bate, H. N. & Co 199 

Beauharnois Canal 83 

Belleville Harbour 163 

Bell Telephone Co 122 

Blunden, Frederick 165 

Bonds and Securities 44 

Boone Company 177 

Bounties paid by Government 93 

Bow River 202 

Bridge Materials from U. S 194 

British and Continental Ports 21c 

British Canadian Loan and Invest- 
ment Co 128 

British Columbia: — 

Chinese in Public Schools 74 

Disallowance 84 

Dominion Lands 4G 

Indian Reserves 169 

Joly de Lotbiniere, Sir Henri.. .. 75 

Metlakatla Indian Reserve 89 

Natal Act 99 

Patterson, J. W 906 

Revenue and Expenditure 219 

7461—1 



B 

British Columbia: — 

Richard L. Drury 1G4 

W. Maxwell Smith HI 

Brodeur, Hon. L. P., &c.. Travelling 

Expenses 109, 109b 

By-Elections, House of Commons.. .. 17b 

C 

Canada Year Book 66 

Canadian Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion 234, 234a 

Canadian Pacific Railway: — 

Business with Interior Department. 45 

Lands sold by 69 

Liability for Taxation 203 

Canadian Transportation 21c 

Canal Statistics 20a 

Cassels, Hon. Walter 182 to 182c 

Cattle Embargo 187 

Census, Agricultural 188 

Census, North-west Provinces 17a 

Central Experimental Farm 80, 112 

Chartered Banks 6 

Chinese and Japanese 74b to 7ig 

Civil Service :^ 

Examiners 31 

Insurance 49 

List 30 

Report of Royal Commission .. .. 29a 

Superannuations 51 

Coal Lands 108 to 10S?i 

Coal, Timber and Mining Lands. 88 to 88bb 

Cold Storage and Bait Freezer.. .. 101 

Cold Storage Report 15a 

Colonial Conference, 1907 .58, 109a 

Colonization Lands 155 to 155d 

Commissions of Inquiry 182d 

Congdon, F. T 55 to 55/ 

Convicts in Penitentiaries 179 

Criminal Statistics 17 

Customs Department Officers.. .. .. 156c 



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A. 1908 



D 

Dairy and Cold Storage Report.. .. 15a 

Delisle, Michel Simeon 210 

Dividends Unpaid in Banks 7 

Dolkese Indians 197, 197a 

Dominion Lands 90c 

Dominion Police 67 

Dredging Work.. 121 to 124c, 141, 141a, 204 

Drill Halls 193 

Drysdale, Hon. Arthur 176 

Dunne, M. C 81a 

E 

Eclipse Manufacturing Co 129 

Edwards, W. C. & Co 199 

Elections, House of Commons 17b 

Elections, Forms for 64 

Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act 137 

Electric Light, Inspection of 13 

Estimates 3 to 4a 

Exchequer Court Rules 53 

Excise Revenue 12 

Expenditure by Government in N.S. 102 
Experimental Farms 16 

F 

Fast Line of Steamers 100 

Fertilizers, Analysis of 235 

Fishermen, Bounty to 56 to 5Gb 

Fire Extinguishers 160, 160tj 

Fisheries Act, Violation of 168 

Fisheries, Annual Report 22 

Fisheries Treaty 215, 215a 

Fishing Licenses 143 

Forbes, F. F., Judge 85 

Forestry, Report of Supt. of 25 

France and Canada, Commerce. .10a, 10b 

G 

Garrison Artillery Companies 196 

Gas, Inspection of 13 

Gaudet, Victor, R-eport of 211 

Geographic Board 21a 

Geological Survey Report 26 

Georgian Bay Ship Canal.. 19a, 178 to 178b 

Government Vessels 148, 148a, 170 

Governor General, Expenditure for 

office of 14G 

Governor General's Warrants 50 

Grain, Movements of 192 

Grain Trade, Report of Royal Com- 
mission 59 

Grand Trunk Pacific Town and Deve- 
lopment Co 90c 



G 

Grand Trunk Railway: 

Entrance into Toronto 63 

Major's Hill Park Site 76 

Sale of Liquors 61, 61a 

Grazing Lands 155a 

H 

Harbour Commissioners 23 

Heath Point 198 

Hillsboro' Bridge 186 

House of Commons: — 

Changes in the Staff 149 

Elections for 17b 

Internal Economy.. 37, 37a 

Returns presented 150 

Hudson Bay, Railroad to 138 

Huntingdon, Waterway in 161 

I 

Immigrants, Expenditui'e for 81i 

Immigrants in Canada 81d, Slg 

Immigration Agents 81c, 81b 

Immigration Agents in Ontario.. ..81b, 81/t 
Immigration from the Orient and 

India 36o 

Imperial Conference, 1907 58, 109a 

Indian Affairs, Annual Report 27 

Indian Agent Teomans 103 

Indian Reserves 159 

Industrial Disputes Inspection Act.. 131 
Inland Revenue, Annual Report.. .. 12 

Insurance, Abstract 9 

Insurance, Annual Report 8 

Intercolonial Railway: — 

Accident at Mulgrave 205b 

Belfast and Murray Harbour.. .. 205i 

Claims for Damages 205 

Fences 205^ 

Freight Rates 119, 205a 

Highway Crossings 39fc, 39? 

Locomotives 205d, 205/ 

New Accounting System 205ft 

Steel Rails 205c 

Trains Breaking Down 205c 

Various Expenditures 78 

Winter and Summer Tariffs 127 

Interior, Annual Report 25 

International Boundary 54a, 54b 

International Waterways Commission. 

19b, 19c 
J 

Japanese and Chinese 74b to 74^ 

Joly de Lotbiniere, Sir Henri 75 

Justice, Annual Report 34 



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A. 1908 



I. 

Labour Department, Annual Report of 36 

Lake, Major General, Memorandum of 228 

Lands, Dcminion 90c 

La Societe Canadienne 200 

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 33 

List of Shipping 21b 

M 

Madden, Report of Justice 60 

Mail Subsidies to Steamships 82 

Manitoba Homestead Entries 155b 

Marooni Stations 183, 183a 

Marine and Fisheries Department, 

Bookkeeping in 142 

Marine, Annual Report 21 

Measures, Inspection of 13 

Meat and Food Inspection Act.. 91, 134, 134a 
Members of Parliament appointed to 

Oiiices 52, 230 

Metlakatla and Songhees Indians.. 197b 

Midland Tomng and Wrecking Co... 123 

Military Institutions, Provisions for.. 104 

Military Service, Appointments to the 94 

Militia, Colonels in the 73 

Militia Conncil, Annual Report.. .. 35 

Militia Dress Regulations 41a 

Militia General Orders 41 

Miller, N. B 81 

Mill Settlement, West 171 

M. J. Wilson Cordage Co 113 

Mines, Report of Department.. ..26 to 26b 

Mining, Coal and Timber Lands 88 to 88bb 

Mint, Royal 71 

Moucton Car Works 107 

Montcalm-Mihcaukee Collision 221 

Montreal Examining Warehouse. . . . 120 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 126, 126a 

Mounted Police 28 

Mulgrave, Nova Scotia 205b 

Mc 

McDonald, A. G 81i 

Mcllreith, R. T 181, 181o 

N 
National Transcontinental Railway. 39 to 39h 

Engineering Staff 62a 

Resignation of Mr. Hodgins 62 

Routes in New Brunswick 180 

Values of Tenders 62b 

New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Mails 171c 
Newspapers, Money paid to.. .. 174 to 174b 

North Grove, Grenville 171a 

Nova Scotia, Expenditure by govern- 
ment in 162 

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O 

Office Specialty Co 184 

Opium Traffic 36b, 36c 

Orders in Council 47 

Oriental Labourers, Report of W. L. 

M. King 74o, 7ih 

Ottawa Improvement Commission.. .. 70 

Ouimet, Judge J. A 65 

P 

Peace River Valley 106 

Penitentiaries, Annual Report 34 

Petit Rocher Breakwater 147, 147a 

Petrel, Steamer 218 

Pevelan & Co 72 

Piers or Docks in Ontario 92a 

Police, Dominion 67 

Police, Royal Northwest Mounted 28 

Port Burwell Harbour 217 

Port Maitland 92, 92a 

Postal Charges 171i 

Postal Service Deluys I7ie 

Postmaster General, Annual Report. 24 

Pound Net Licenses 130 

Power, Augustus, Report of 55 

Prince Edward Island : — 

Alex. McLeod mh 

Archibald McDonald I7id 

Branch Railway Lines 190 

Expenditure 216 

Freight and Passenger Rates.. .. 205a 

Freight on Winter Steamers.. .. 110 

Leasing Properties 145 

Lobster Fishery 231a 

Mail Service 171; 

Mrs. Mary Finlay 17lb 

Removal of Post Office l"ig 

Rights of Vessels 208 

Terms of Union 189 

Wharf at Little Sands 125 

Winter Communication 212 

Withdrawal of Winter Steamers.. 110a 

Printing and Lithographing 220 

Public Accounts, Annual Report .... 2 

Publications having Newspaper Rate. 195 

Public Buildings 229, 232 

Public Printing and Stationery .. .. 32 

Public Work?, Annual Report 19 

Q 

Quebec Bridge: — 

Report of Royal Commission.. .. 154 

Reports and Orders in Council.. 154a 

Stock Subscribed 1546 

Quebec, Founding of 207 

Quebec Harbour 233 



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A. 1908 



R 

Railway Commissioners, Report of 20c 

Railway Crossings 39i, k and I, 115 

Railways and Canals, Annual Report. 20 

Railways not under Commissioners.. 39; 

Railway Statistics 20b 

Reductions and Remissions 95 

Regina Lands District 77 

Robertson, E. Blake, Report of 81fc 

Robins Irrigation Co 206 

Ross Rifle Company 68 to G8d 

Ross Rifle Hand-book 42 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police.. .. 28 

S 

Sabourin, Major 153 

Samovici, A., and Bolocan, H 116 

Saskatcbewan, Province of: — 

Fishing Licenses 105, 151 

Homestead Entries .90, 90a 

Saskatchewan Act 185 

Valley Land Co 90d 

Savard, Doctor Edmond 222 

Secretary of State, Annual Report.. 29 

Seed Grain 25d 

Seizures by Inland Revenue Depart- 
ment 156 to 156b 

Senate : — 

Appointments to 52, 114 

Bills sent from 121 

Committee on Railways, &c 166 

Debates.. 135 

Senators appointed to office 230 

Shareholders in Chartered Banks.. . 6 

Shepley, Mr., K.C 175 

Shipping, List of 21b 

Sis Nations Indians 197c 

Sorel, Piers at 167 

Spain, Commander, Expenses of 162 

Standard Chemical Co 72 

St. *^drews Rapids 96 

Steamboat Inspection 23a 

Steamship Fast Line 100 

Steamship Traffic 10c 

Steel Concrete Co 172 

St. Gabriel de Brandon 171/ 

St. Lawrence River, Damming of.. 140, 140a 
Supplies for Department of Marine 

and Fisheries 214 

Supreme Court, N.S., Suit in 117 

Sutherland Rifle Sight Co 226 



T 

Temperance Colonization Co 223 

Timber, Application to cut 78 

Timber, Coal and Mining Lands. .88 to 88bb 

Tobacco Industry 157, 157a 

Tonnage at St. John and Halifax 227 

Topographical Surveys, R-eport on 25b 

Toronto Harbour 213 

Trade and Commerce, Annual Report 10 

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report 11 

Trade Unions 43 

Transcontinental Railway 39 to 39?i 

Transport on Government Account.. 224 
Treaty between Great Britain and 

United States 215, 215a 

Treaty Powers 144 

Trent Canal 133 

TJ 

Unclaimed Balances in Banks 7 

Unforeseen Expenses 48 

United States Warships 191 

V 

Valleyfield, Regiment in 153a 

Volunteer Camps, Contracts for.. .. 118 

Waugh, James S 81e 

Weights, Measures, &c 13 

Wilberforce, Dam at 132 

Windsor, Detroit and Belle Isle Ferry 

Co 98 

Y 

Yukon : — 

Criminal Conspiracy 97 

Estates of Deceased Persons.. .. 55b 

Finnic, O. S 152 

Lands at Whitehorse 55e 

Lord's Day Act 57 

Mining Regulations 201 

Morality of the Yukon 55d 

Ordinances 40 

Placer Claims 173, 173a 

Report of Commissioner 25c 

Report of Mr. Beddoe •. 55h 

Rev. John Pringle 55c, 55/ 

Right to divert water 87 

W. H. P. Clement 55j 

W. W. B. Mclnnes 55g 



7 Edw. VII. List of Sessional Papers. : A. 1908 

See also Alphabetical Index, page 1. 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates when Ordered 
and when Presented to the Houses of Parliament; the Name of the Senator or 
Memher who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to le 
Printed or Not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the nine months ended 31st March, 1907. Partial report 

presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding; also 2nd December and 17th 
December Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal period of nine months ended 31st March, 1907. 

Presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Estimates of the sums required for the services of Canada for the year ending 31st March, 

190!^. Presented 11th December, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

3a. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 31st March, 1909. Presented 9th 

July, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding.. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates for the twelve months ending 31st March, 1908. Presented 

3rd February, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4a. Supplementary Estimates for the year ended 31st March, 1908. Presented 16th March, 

1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

5. (No issue.) 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of Canada, as on the 31st December, 1907. 

Presented 8th May, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

7. Report of dividends remaining unpaid, unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills 

of exchange in Chartered Banks of Canada, for five years and upwards, prior to 31st 
December, 1907. Presented 29th June, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended 31st December, 1907. 

Printed for both distribution and scskional papers. 

9. A bstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ended 31st Decem- 

ber, 1907. Presented 14th May, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLTTME 5. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year (nine months) 

ended 31st March, 1907. Part I.— Canadian Trade. Presented 29th November, 1907, by 
Hon. W. S. Fielding. Part II.— Trade of Foreign Countries and Treaties and Conven- 
tions. Presented 11th March, by Hon. W. Paterson. 

Trinted for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

lOa. Convention respecting the Commercial Relations between France and Canada, entered 
into at Paris on the 19th day of September, 1907, between His Majesty and the President 
of the French Republic. Presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

10b. Correspondence and memoranda in connection with the Convention of 1907, respecting 
the commercial relations between France and Canada. Presented 9th January. 1908, by 
Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

10c. Supplement to Report of Department of Trade and Commerce, with statistics showing 
steamship trafiic, &c. Presented 17th March, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

11. Tables of the Trade and Navigation of Canada, for the nine months of the fiscal year 

ended 31st March, 1907. Presented 2nd December, 1907, by Hon. W. Paterson. 

"" Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

12. Inland Revenues of Canada. Excise, &c., for the nine months ended 31st March, 1907. 

Presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Inspection of Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light, for the nine months ended 

31st March, 1907. Presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Report on Adulteration of Food, for the nine months ended 31st March, 1907. Presented 

28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture, for the year ended 31st March. 1907. Presented 

2nd December, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
15a. Report of the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner for the year ending 31st March, 
1907. Presented 10th February, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

16. Report of the Directors and Officers of the Experimental Farms for 1906., Presented 

10th January, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 30th September. 1907. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
17o. Census of Population and Agriculture of the Northwest Provinces : Manitoba, Saskat- 
chewan and Alberta, 1906. Presented 18th February, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 
See 17a, 1907. 
17b. Return of By-Elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 
1907. Presented 6th March, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Canadian Archives. See No. 15, page Iv. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal period ended 31st March, 1907. 

Presented 2nd December. 1907, by Hon. W. Pugsley. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
19a. Georgian Bay Ship Canal Survey. Report on the Precise Levelling; from 1904 to 1907. 
Published by the Department of Public Works. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

19b. Progress Report of the International Waterways Commission. Supplementary Report 
to 31st December, 1907. Presented 5th June, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
19c. Supplementary Report of the International Waterways Commission, 1908. 

Printed for both disti'ibution and sessional papers. 

20. Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal period from 1st July, 

1906, to 31st March, 1907. Presented 29th November, 1907, by Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of navigation, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

20b. Railway Statistics of Canada for the year ended 30th June, 1907. Presented 16th 

January, 1908, by Hon. G. P. Graham.Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

20c. Second Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, 1st April, 1906, to 

, 31st March, 1907. Presented 29th November, 1907, by Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

21. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Marine) for 1907. Presented 18th 

December, 1907, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

21a. Seventh Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 1907-8. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

21b. List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a list of 
vessels on the registry books of Canada, on the 31st December, 1907. Presented 24th 
June, 1908, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur. . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

21c. Report on British and Continental Ports, with a view to the development of the port 
of Montreal and Canadian transportation. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

22. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries) for 1907. Presented 18th 

December, 1907, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Report of the Harbour Commissioners. &c. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
23a. Report of the Chairman of the Board of Steamboat Inspection, 1907. Presented 27th 
February, 1908, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General, for the nine months ended 31st March, 1907. Presented 

3rd December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laarier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal period from 1st July, 1906, to 

31st March, 1907. Presented 29th November, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

25a. (1906) Report of the Chief Astronomer for the year ended 30th June, 190n. Presented 17th 
December, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver. ..Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

25a. (1907) Report of the Chief Astronomer for the nine months ending 31st March, 1907. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

25b. Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch (Department of the Interior) 
1906-7. Presented 8th June, 1908, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

25c. Report of the Commissioner of the Yukon Territory, for the year ended 31st March, 
1908 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

Z5d. Correspondence and papers relating to Seed Grain in Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Presented 18th July, 1908, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

26. Summary Report of tbe Department of Mines (Geological Survey), for the calendar year 

1907. Presented 16th January, 1908, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

26a. Summary Report of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, for the fiscal year 
1907-8. Presented 17th July, 1908, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers,. 

2Gb. Annual Report on the Mineral Production in Canada, during the calendar year 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended 31st March, 1907. Pre- 

sented 29th November, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 1907. Presented 29th January, 1908, by 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year 1907. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 15. 

29a. Report of the Royal Commission on the Civil Service, with appendices and evidence 
taken before the Commissioners. Presented 26th March, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding; 
also Analytical Index of evidence and memorials. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16. 

29a. Report of the Royal Commission on the Civil Service — Continued. 

30. Civil Service List of Canada, 1907. Presented 3rd December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17. 

31. Report of the Board of Civil Service Examiners, for the year ended 31st December, 1907. 

Presented 8th May, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery, 1907. Pesented 11th 

May, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for the year 1907. Presented 28th Novem- 

ber. 1907. by the Hon. the Speaker Printed for sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17— Continued. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries of Canada, for the nine months 

ended 31st March, 1907. Presented 4th December, 1907, by Hon. J. Bureau. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Annual Eeport of the Militia Council of Canada, 1907. (Interim Report presented 6th 

March, 1908.) Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour, for the nine months ended 31st March, 1907. Pre- 

sented 18th December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36o. Report of W. L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., Deputy Minister of Labour, on his mission 
to England to confer with the British authorities on the subject of immigration to 
Canada from the Orient, and immigration from India, in particular 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36b. Report by W. L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., Deputy Minister of Labour, on the need for 
the suppression of the opium trafiSc in Canada. Presented 3rd July, 1908, by Hon. R. 
Lemieux Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36c. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 18th July, for all correspondence, reports, 
memorials and protests forwarded to the Government in connection with the opium 
trade in Canada, whether asking for the suppression of said trade or otherwise. Pre- 
sented 18th July, 1908.— Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell Not printed. 

37. Minutes of proceedings of the Board of Internal Economy of the House of Commons, 

pursuant to Rule of the House, number 9. Presented 2nd December, 1907, by the Hon. 

The Speaker Not printed. 

37a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908. Minutes of 
proceedings of the Board of Internal Economy of the House of Commons from 1st 
January, 1902, to 1st January, 1906. Presented 6th March, 1908.— Mr. Roche (Marquette). 

Not printed. 

38. A copy of the new riiles of the Supreme Court of Canada, promulgated on the 19th day of 

June, 1907. Presented 28th November, 1907, by the Hon. The Speaker Not printed. 

38a. Rules and orders of the Supreme Court of Judicature for Ontario, passed on the 27th 
March, 1908, under the power conferred by the Criminal Code. Presented 12th May, 
1908, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth Not printed. 

39. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th July, 1908, showing the length 

of the National Transcontinental Railway from Moncton, New Brunswick, to Prince 
Rupert, in the province of British Columbia, and the estimated cost of the same. 

Presented 6th July, 1908.— ffon. G. P. Graham Not printed. 

39a. Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for the fiscal period 
ending 31st March, 1907. Presented 29th November, 1907, by Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

39b. Supplementary return to an order of the House of Commons, dated J2th December, 
1907, showing: 1. The estimated quantities used by the Transcontinental Railway Com- 
mission for arriving at the moneyed values of the tenders for the construction of the 
50 miles, more or less, from Moncton westerly; for the construction of 62 miles, more 
or less, from Grand Falls westerly; from the south side of the St. Lawrence river, 
easterly 150 miles ; for the 45 miles more or less westerly from near La Tuque ; and 
for the 150 miles easterly from near Abitibi, known as the Abitibi section. 2. The 
various prices which each tenderer placed opposite the several items in the schedule or 
form of tender. 3. The total number so ascertained of each tender. Presented 24th 
January, 1908. — Mr. Schell (Glengarry) Not printed. 

39c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all tenders received up to date (30th November, 1907) by, and now under contract to, 
the commission appointed for the construction of that portion of the line of the 

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Transcontinental Railway between the city of Winnipeg, in the province of Manitoba, 
and the city of Moncton, in the province of New Brunswick; that such copy or 
return shall contain (1) signatures attached to the tenders; (2) the total amount of 
each tender as "moneyed out" by the said commission; (3) the quantity of each class 
or kind of material as used by the said commission in figuring out the cost; (4) the 
price per unit of prices submitted by those who responded to the invitation for 
tenders; and (5) the total cost of each item in the schedule, which, added together, 
gives the grand total cost of each undertaking tendered for. Presented 24th January, 
1908.— Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

39d. Keturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, showing to 
whom, and when, the National Transcontinental Railway Commission awarded contracts 
for the transportation of supplies, on District E, between the following points, namely :— 
(a)Grassptt to Cache 9, (b)Montizambert to New Cache 9 A, on Negogami river; (c) Jack- 
fish to Caches 10, 11 A, and 12 (d)Nipigon to Caches 12 A, 13. 14, 15, Ombabika and 
Wabinosh warehouses and Cache 16, on District F; the distances in each contract, the 
contract rate and terms ; the amounts that have been paid to date on each contract ; 
who erected the cache and dwelling house at the line crossing on Kebinakagami river; 
also the new buildings at line crossing of Negogami river, and the warehouses at 
Jackfish; the cost of these buildings, respectively; and if tenders were invited for 
above transportation and building contracts. Presented 6th February, 1908. — Mr. Boyce. 

Not printed. 

39e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
the clauses and conditions, regulations and specifications contained in the contracts, in 
virtue of which the National Transcontinental Railway is being built, and that are 
for the purpose of safeguarding, securing and guaranteeing the suppliers of the con- 
tractors, to whom the work of construction has been accorded, thb payment of theii 
claims against the said contractors; likewise a list of the contracts signed, up to the 
present, in which appear the said clauses guaranteeing or securing the said suppliers 
the payment of their said bills or claims. Presented 13th February, 1908. — Mr. Morin. 

Not printed. 

39/. Return (in part) to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a 
copy of all orders in council, reports, surveys, contracts, tenders, agreements, books, 
memoranda, documents, and papers of every kind, showing, relating to, or concerning 
the length of the National Transcontinental Railway from (a) Winnipeg to Quebec, 
(b)Quebec to Moncton, and the estimated or probable average cost per mile of the same, 
and all other information relating to the total cost or the cost per mile of the said 
railway. Presented 21st April, 1908.— Mr. Borden ^CaHefonJ Not printed. 

39g. Letters from the chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Transcontinental 
Railway, the chief engineer and others, in connection with certain allegations made by 
Major A. E. Hodgins, late district engineer of Section F, Transcontinental Railway. 
Presented 24th April. 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

39/i. Copy of the commission appointing Lucien Pacaud, Esquire, of the city of Quebec, as 
police magistrate, to carry out the law against the sale of intoxicating liquors within 
certain limits, along the line of the eastern extension of the Transcontinental Railway. 
Presented 8th May, 1908, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth Not printed. 

39t. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 1st April, 1908, based on the records in the 
offices of the Railway Commission, showing the total number of persons killed or 
injured by being struck by engines or trains on highway crossings, said return to show 
the number of persons so killed or injured on the lines of each railway company 
separately for the years ending 31st March, 1905. 1906 and 1907, such return to include 
all persons killed or injured as above described irrespective of any contention of the 
railway companies or opinion of the officers of the Railway Commission as to the legal 
rights of the said persons to use the highway crossing at the time of the accidents. 

Presented 12th May, 1908.— ff on. Mr. McKay (Truro) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17— Continued. 

39;. Eeturn to an order of the Senate, dated 9th April, 1908, giving a list of all railways in 
Canada which are not under the control or jurisdiction of the Board of Railway Com- 
missioners; and stating in each case the reason why the railway is not controlled by 
the commission. Presented 12th May, 1908.— Hon. Mr. McKay (Truro) Not printed. 

39fc. Eeturn (in part) to an order of the Senate, dated 27th March, 1908, showing, separately, 
the highway crossings at rail level on all railways, except railways under construction, 
within the jurisdiction of the Railway Commission in respect of which highway cross- 
ings, protection has been ordered by the board since its organization, said return to 
give the character of the protection ordered in each case, the name of the railway com- 
pany, the local designation of each highway crossing, and the county and province in 
which it is situated, and the date of the order and regulation in respect thereof; also 
a similar return giving the highway crossings ordered to be protected by the proper 
authority in each case on all railways not under the control of the board, including 
the Intercolonial Railway, and including orders made regarding railways under con- 
struction; also a similar return respecting all highway crossings, which had orders and 
regulations in respect to them in force, on the 1st day of February, 1904. Presented 
18th July, 1908.— ffon. Mr. Ferguson Not printed. 

391. Supplementary Return to No. 39fc. Presented 4th June, 1908 Not printed. 

40. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory passed by the Yukon Council in the year 1907. Pre- 

sented 3rd December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

41. General Orders issued to the militia between 2nd November, 1906, and 1st November, 

1907. Presented 9th December, 1907, by Sir Frederick Borden Not printed. 

41a. Dress Regulations for the Canadian militia, 1907. Presented 9th December, 1907, by 
Sir Frederick Borden Not printed. 

42. Ross Rifle Hand-book, 1907. Presented 9th December, 1907, by Sir Frederick Borden. 

Not printed. 

43. Return under chapter 125 (R.S.C.). 1906, intituled: "An Act respecting Trades Unions," 

submitted to Parliament in accordance with section 33 of the said Act. Presented 9th 
December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

44. A detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the 

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return, 4th December, 1906, submitted to the 
Parliament of Canada under section 32, chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 

1906. Presented 9th December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

45. Return (in so far as the Department of the Interior is concerned) of copies of all orders 

in council, plans, papers, and correspondence which are required to be presented to the 
House of Commons, under a resolution passed on 20th February, 1882, since the date of 
the last return, under such resolution. Presented 11th December, 1907, by Hon. F. 
Oliver Not printed. 

46. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in 

the British Columbia Gazette, between 1st December, 1906, and 1st December, 1907, in 
accordance with provisions of subsection (d) of section 38 of the regulations for the 
survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion lands within the 40- 
mile railway belt in the province of British Columbia. Presented 11th December, 1907, 
by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

47. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Canada Gazette between 

1st December, 1906, and 1st December, 1907, in accordance with the provisions of 
section 8 of chapter 55 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. Presented 11th December, 

1907, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

48. Statement of expenditure on account of miscellaneous unforeseen expenses from the Ist 

April. 1907, to the 28th November, 1907, in accordance with the Appropriation Act of 

1907. Presented 11th December, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

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49. Statement in pursuance of section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the nine 

months ending 31st March, 1907. Presented 11th December, 1907, by Hon. W. S. 
Fielding Not printed. 

50. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of parliament, on 

account of the fiscal year 1907-8. Presented 11th December, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Not printed. 

51. Statement of superannuations and retiring allowances in the civil service during the 

year ended 31st December, 1907, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and 
cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy 
filled by promotion or by new appointment, and salary of any new appointee. Pre- 
sented 11th December, 1907. by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

52. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing : 

1. The names (a) of members of parliament and (b) ex-members of parliament who 
have been appointed to the Senate by the present administration, distinguishing 
between classes (a) and (b), giving the date of retirement in class (b) and date of 
appointment in all cases. 2. The names of members of parliament and of ex-members 
of parliament appointed to ofiices of emolument under the Crown by the present 
administration, distinguishing between the two classes and giving dates as in paragraph 
one mentioned. 3. The names of senators and ex-senators appointed to offices of emolu- 
ment under the Crown by the present administration, distinguishing between the two 
classes and giving dates as in paragraph one mentioned. Presented 12th December, 
1907.— Mr. Lennox Not printed. 

53. Exchequer Court rules (amended), general order of the 12th September, 1907. Presented 

12th December, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

54. Copy of articles of convention of the 21st August, 190G, between the United States and 

Great Britain, as to the demarcation of the boundary line between Alaska in the 
United States and the British possessions in North America. Presented 16th December, 

1907, by Hon F. Oliver Printed for sessional papers. 

54a. Copy of a treaty between Great Britain and the United States providing for the more 
complete definition and demarcation of the international boundary between the Domi- 
nion of Canada and the United States, signed at Washington on 11th April, 1908. 
Presented 19th May, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

54b. Correspondence, orders in council and despatches in connection with the negotiation of 
a treaty between Great Britain and the United States for the definition and demarcation 
of the international boundary between Canada and the United States. Presented 4th 
June, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier.. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

55. Report of the investigation held last winter by Augustus Power, K.C., of the Justice 

Department, in respect of Mr. F. T. Congdon. Presented 16th December, 1907, by Hon. 
F. Oliver Not printed, 

55a. (1) Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing all 
correspondence, petitions, statements, reports and papers having any relation to the 
claim of Mrs. Louise F. Wiley, and her infant daughter, concerning certain mining 
claims held by her husband in the Yukon, and which on his death without will are 
allowed to have gone into the possession or trusteeship of Frederick Tennyson Congdon, 
then public administrator in the Yukon, under appointment of the Dominion govern- 
ment, and all correspondence, reports, and papers, bearing upon Mr. Congdon's exa- 
mination, defence and connection therewith. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. Foster. 

Not printed. 

55a. (2) Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, for a 
copy of all orders in council, correspondence, reports, memoranda, evidence and other 
documents and papers of every description relating to the estate of the late Orren 

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Leonard Wiley, or to the claim of Louise F. Wiley, or of her infant daughter, against 
the government or against Frederick T. Congdon as public administrator of the Yukon 
Territory, or otherwise as an oiRcial of the government, or to any charges against the 
snid Frederick T. Congdon as public administrator or otherwise as an oSicial or 
employee of this government; excluding therefrom, however, any papers relating to the 
subjects which may be included in return ordered on the 13th instant, on motion of the 
honourable member for North Toronto. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. Foster. 

Not printed. 

55b. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy 
of all orders in council, correspondence, evidence, memoranda and other documents 
and papers of every description, relating to or touching the conduct of all persons who 
huve acted as public administrator in the Yukon Territory, or who have had charge 
or control by reason of their official position, of the estate of deceased persons in the 
Yukon Territory. And a copy of all such documents and papers aforesaid as set forth 
and describe the action, if any, of the government in respect of any claims, charges or 
proposed proceedings against any such official in respect of his duties, acts or dealings 
as public administrator. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. Lennox.... Not printed. 

55c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all telegrams, affidavits, papers sent by and all correspondence had with Rev. John 
Pringle, presently of the Yukon, in connection with the condition of public matters 
therein and with public officials thereof, and especially in reference to one Frederick 
Tennyson Congdon, at one time commissioner of the Yukon, and one Girouard, registrar, 
and one Lithgow, controller and member of the Yukon Council and in particular letters 
sent by Rev. John Pringle, on or about January, 1902, and in or about January, 1905, 
and on or about 31st July, 1907, to the premier of Canada, and other ministers, detailing 
the condition of public matters in the Yukon and the replies thereto. Also showing 
what action, if any, was taken by the government in relation to the matters dealt 
with therein and the reports of any commissioner appointed to investigate the charges 
or any part of them. Presented 2nd March, 190S. — Mr. Foster ..Not printed. 

55d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908 for a copy of 
all correspondence relating to the morality of the Yukon. Presented 11th March, 1908.— 
Mr. Thompson Not printed. 

55e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, showing the 
parties to whom were made the original grants from the Crown of the lands comprised 
within the limits of the town of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, and any assignments 
made thereof, with names of parties, dates, and consideration therefor. Presented 
16th March, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

55/. Supplementary return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, 
for a copy of all telegrams, affidavits, papers sent (by and all correspondence had with 
Reverend John Pringle, presently of the Yukon, in connection with the condition of 
public matters therein and with public officials thereof, and especially in reference to 
one Frederick Tennyson Congdon, at one time commissioner of the Yukon, and one 
Girouard, registrar, and one Lithgow, controller and member of the Yukon Council; 
and in particular letters sent by Reverend John Pringle, on or about January, 1902, 
and in or about January, 1905, and on or about 31st July, 1907, to the Premier of 
Canada and other ministers, detailing the condition of public matters in the Yukon 
and the replies thereto; also showing what action, if any, was taken by the government 
in relation to the matters dealt with therein and the reports of any commissioner 
appointed to investigate the charges or any part of them. Presented 7th April, 1908. — 
Mr. Foster ..Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17— Concluded. 

55g. Eetnrn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1907, for a copy of 
all letters, memorials, telegrams, petitions, resolutions and other communications, 
documents and papers from any person or persons in the Yukon to the Prime Minister 
or ,to the government, or any member or official of the government, respecting the 
official acts or conduct of Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes as commissioner of the Yukon; 
including any petition asking for the removal of Mr. Mclnnes from his position as 
commissioner. Presented 7th April, 1908 —Mr. White Not printed. 

55/^. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of 
the report made by Mr. Beddoe upon the condition of the books, accounts, &c., of the 
financial administration of the Yukon, and especially with reference to the condition 
in the public administrator's office. Presented 21st April, 1908. — Mr Foster. 

Not printed. 

55i. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all orders in council, reports, correspondence, documents, and papers relating to the 
appointment of Mr. W. H. P. Clement as legal adviser to the council of the Yukon Ter- 
ritory, or as public administrator in the Yukon Territory, or to any other office of 
emolument in the Yukon Territory, or relating to the resignation of the said W. H. P. 
Clement from any such office, or relating to the circumstances under which and reasons 
for which the said W. H. P. Clement ceased to act as such legal adviser, public admin- 
istrator or in any other such capacity. Presented 7th May, 1908. — Mr. Sproule. 

Not printed. 

56. Statement of expenditure as to bounty to deep-sea fishermen, for the year 1906-7. Pre- 

sented 18th December, 1907, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur Not printed. 

56a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing the 
names and residences of all fishermen in the county of Cape Breton to whom fishing 
bounties were paid between 31st December, 1905, and 1st January, 1908, together with a 
statement of the amount paid to each person, the date on which it was paid, and the 
name of the officer or person by whom the sum was paid. Presented 11th February, 
1908.— Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

56b. Supplementary return to No. 56a. Presented 13th July, 1908 Not printed. 

57. Correspondence and instructions with regard to the Lord's Day Act in its application to 

the Yukon Territory. Presented 18th December, 1907, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth. 

Not printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLTJME 18. 

58. Minutes of Proceedings of the Colonial Conference held at the Colonial Office, Downing 

Street, London, from the 15th April to the 14th May, 1907. Presented 22nd May, 190S, 
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

59. Report of the Royal Commission on the Grain Trade of Canada. Presented 8th January, 

1908, by Hon. P. Oliver Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

60. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, for a copy of 

the report of the Honourable Justice James Henry Madden, appointed by order in 
council, 15th May, 1907, to investigate and report upon the matter of arrears for rentals 
on certain leases at Dunnville, Welland Canal feeder. Presented 9th January, 1908. — 
Mr. Lalor Not printed. 

61. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

all correspondence, petitions, statements, papers, orders in council, and proclamations 
respecting the setting out of limits for prohibition of the sale of liquors along the line 
of the Grand Trunk Pacific under the Public Works Construction Act. Presented 9th 

January, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

61a. Supplementary return to No. 61. Presented 27th January, 1908 Not printed. 

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62. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

all correspondence, documents, papers, memoranda, and reports, relating to the retire- 
ment, resignation,, or dismissal of Mr. Hodgins, C.E., from the service of the National 
Transcontinental Railway Commission, and the grounds or reasons therefor. Pre- 
sented 9th January, 1908.— Mr. Borden (CaWofoT)) Not printed. 

62a. Return to an order of the Kouse of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing what 
changes, if any, have been made in the National Transcontinental Railway Commis- 
sion's engineering stafi during the current calendar year. Presented 9th January, 
1908.— Mr. Macdorjc/Z Not printed. 

62b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th December, 1907, showing : 
1. The estimated quantities used by the Transcontinental Railway Commission for 
arriving at the moneyed values of the tenders for the construction of the 50 miles, more 
or less, from Moncton westerly; for the construction of 62 miles, more or less, from 
Grand Falls westerly; from the south side of the St. Lawrence river, easterly 1.50 
miles; for the 45 miles more or less westerly from near La Tuque; and for the 150 
miles easterly from near Abitibi, known as the Abitibi section. 2. The various prices 
which each tenderer placed opposite the several items in the schedule or form of tender. 
3. The total amount so ascertained of each tender. Presented 9th January, 1908.— 
Mr. Schell (Glengarry). See also 39b Not printed. 

63. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

all orders in council, correspondence, reports, opinions of the Department of Justice, 
memoranda, papers and documents; also of all plans or route maps relating to the 
proposed new eastern entrance of the Grand Trunk Railway Company into the city of 
Toronto. Presented 9th January, 1908. — Mr. Macdonell Not printed. 

64. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

all writs, forms and instructions issued and used in and for the purposes of the several 
elections for Dominion constituencies in the year 1907. Presented 9tl] January, 1908.— 
Mr. Barker Not printed. 

65. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

the order in council appointing Honourable J. A. Ouimet as judge of the Court of the 
King's Bench, as well as a copy of all correspondence, reports, medical certificates and 
order in council concerning his being pensioned. Presented 9th January, 1908. — 
Mr. Lanctot (Laprairie-Napierville) Not printed. 

66. The Canada Year Book, 1906. Presented 10th January, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed separately. 

67. Report of the Commissioner, Dominion Police Force, for the year 1907. Presented 13th 

January, 1908, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth Not printed. 

68. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1S07, showing: 

1. The number of officials of the government, civil or military, or officers of the active 
militia who perform , services in any way connected with the manufacture of rifles for 
the government by the Ross Rifle Company. 2. Their names, ranks, and duties, and 
the amount of their individual salary or remuneration. 3. The total amount, (apart 
from contract cost of rifle), or expenditure by the government with the Ross Rifle 
Company, including any bonus, loans, inspections, cost of testing, commissions, or 
expenditure of any kind, with the individual amounts. Presented 16th January, 1908. — 
Mr. Worthington Not printed. 

68a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing 
reports of commissions, boards of inquiry, inspections, reports of industrial officers, to 
the government or any member thereof, including reports from the com[itroller, com- 
missioner, or any officer, or member of the Northwest Mounted Police, the Dominion 
Rifle Association, or any member thereof, or any rifle association or club, or any 

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member thereof, or to the commandant, or any member of the Bisley team, regarding 
the efficiency of the Ross rifle, to date. Presented 9th April, 1908.— Mr. Worthington. 

Not printed. 

68b. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
correspondence between the government or any department thereof, and the Ross Rifle 
Company, or any representative thereof, or between the government and any bank or 
other institution which has made advances under the contract between the government 
and the said company, or any representative of such bank or institution, relating to the 
accounts and financial or other affairs of the Ross Rifle Company, including any letters 
or correspondence from any official of the Bank of Montreal to the Auditor General. 
Presented 9th April, 1908.— Mr. Worthington.. '.. ..• Not printed. 

68c. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, reports, communications and other papers and documents of every 
kind and description not already brought down, relative to the rifle known as the Ross 
rifle, or to the contract between the government and any person or corporation with 
respect to the said rifle, or to the value or efficiency thereof, or to any alleged defects 
therein; also a copy of all letters, telegrams, despatches, reports, and other communi- 
cations of every kind from the British government or any member or official thereof, 
or from the War Office, or Secretary of State for War, or any officer or official or 
person employed by or in the service of the British government, to the Governor 
General of Canada, or to the government of Canada, or to the Minister of Militia, or 
to any officer or official or person in the public service of Canada, relative to the said 
rifle, or to the value or efficiency of the said rifle or any defects therein, or any matter 
or thing connected therewith. Presented 9th April, 1908.— Mr. Worthington. 

Not printed 

68d. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all contracts between the Ross Rifle Company and the government, or the Department 
of Militia, for the supply of rifles, ammunition and other articles, and all orders in 
council, correspondence, reports ,documents and papers, relating to such contracts, 
and the subject-matter thereof, and to the operations of the company, and tc its dealings 
with the government, or any of the departments, including the Department of Customs, 
and the Bank of Montreal, or any banking institutions. Presented 9th April, 1908.— 
Mr. Worthington Not printed. 

■69. Return of lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st October, 
1906, to the 1st October, 1907. Presented 13th January, 1908, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Not printed. 

70. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for the nine months ended the 31st 

March, 1907. Presented 13th January, 1908, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing : 

1. How much money has been expended to date on the Royal Mint, for construction 
and equipment, respectively. 2. The sums required to complete on both accounts. 
3. The officers and employees, and at what yearly salaries, are required to man the 
institution. 4. The face value of copper and silver and. gold coinage obtained by the 
government per year for the last ten years, and what it has cost the government 
therefor. 5. The total profit on coinage in the ten years. 6. The amount of coinage it 
is in contemplation to issue in 1908, and in what denominations. 7. Who is to make 
the purchases and fix the price of bullion necessary for the use of the Mint. 8. Upon 
what system the officers and employees of the Mint are appointed, promoted and dis- 
missed. Presented 13th January, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

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72. Supplementary return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 

1906, for a copy of all orders in council, correspondence, and all other papers, relating 
to the Standard Chemical Company (Limited), or Pevelan & Co., in its dealings with 
the Customs and Inland Revenue Departments from the date of the incorporation of 
the said company to the present date. Presented 16th January, 1908.— Mr. Robitaille. 

Not printed. 

73. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907 showing: 

1. All promotions that have been made to the rank of colonel in the active militia 
during the past year, with names. 2. The nature of service, merit or seniority justi- 
fying such promotions. 3. The record of war services of such officers. 4. Previous to 
the gazetting of such promotion the positions held by such officers on the seniority list 
cf the colonels. 5. The number of lieut.-colonels who were outranked or superseded by 
such promotions, with their names and services. Presented 17th January, 1908.— 
Mr. Worthington Not printed. 

74. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy 

of all orders in council, correspondence, documents and papers relating to Chinese 
seeking admission to the public schools of British Columbia as students, and relating 
to the remission of head-tax on such persons Presented 20th January 1908. — 
Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

74a. Report of W. L. Mackenzie King, commissioner to inquire into the methods by which 
oriental labourers (Japanese) have been induced to come to Canada. Presented 20th 
January, 1908, by Hon. R. Lemieux Not printed. 

74b. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 12th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all correspondence between the Government of Canada and the Imperial authorities, 
and a copy of all correspondence between the Government of Canada, and any person or 
persons, and of all reports communicated to the Government in respect to the Anglo- 
Japanese convention regarding Canada. Presented 21st January, 1908. — Mr. Borden 
(Carleton) Printed for sessional papers. 

74c. Supplementary return to No. 74b. Presented 21st January. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

74rf. Supplementary return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 

1907. for a copy of all orders in council, correspondence, documents and papers, during 
the past ten years, relating to the immigration of Chinese and Japanese into Canada. 
Presented 24th Februaiy, 1908. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

74c. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all orders in council, correspondence, documents and papers, during the present year, 
relating to the immigration of Japanese into Canada. Presented 9th March, 1908. — Mr. 
Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

74/. Report of W. L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., Deputy Minister of Labour, commissioner 
appointed to investigate into the losses sustained by the Chinese population of Van- 
couver, in the province of British Columbia, on the occasion of the riot in that city in 
September, 1907. Presented 30th June, 1908, by Hon. R. Lemieux. 

Printed, for both distribution and sessional paper.i. 

74g. Report by W. L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., Deputy Minister of Labour, commissioner 
appointed to enquire into the losses and damages sustained by the Japanese population 
in the city of Vancouver, in the province of British Columbia, on the occasion of riots 
in that city in September, 1907. Presented 30th June, 1908, by Hon. R. Lemieux. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

74Ji. Report of W. L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., commissioner appointed to enquire into 
methods by which Oriental labourers (Hindoo and Chinese) have been induced to come 

to Canada. Presented 13th July, 1908, by Hon. R. Lemieux Nat printed. 

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75. Eeturn to address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 

all correspondence, instructions or communications sent by the Government of Canada, 
through the Secretary of State or otherwise, to Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere, as Lieu- 
tenant Governor of British Columbia, during the years 1905 and 1906, respectively. 
Presented 21st January, 1908. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

76. Copy of an order in council regarding sale of a portion of Major's Hill Park, Ottawa, to 

the Grand Trunk Railway Company as a site for a hotel. Presented 21st January, 1908, 
by Hon. W. Pugsley Not printed. 

77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, for a copy of 

any declarations or affidavits made by Robert Cruickshank, or other persons in the 
Regina Lands district, or any other complaints in regard to alleged improper or unau 
thorized charges by individuals, whether in the service of the Government or not, for 
locating settlers on homesteads, or obtaining for them entries for homesteads, by can- 
cellation or otherwise, together with all correspondence, reports, or other papers on the 
subject ; also all communications, reports, correspondence, or other papers between the 
Department of the Interior and any of its officials and any person or persons in regard 
to homestead entries, cancellations, protections, inspectors' reports, &c., for the s.w. i 
sec. 16 and the n.w. J sec. 20 and the n.w. and s.w. \ sec 36, all in tp 14, r. 9, w. 2nd M. 
Presented 23rd January, 1908. — Mr. Lake Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing how 

many applications were refused for permission, as granted by order in council passed 
on 16th May, 1906, for saw-mill owners to cut timber. Presented 23rd January, 1908. 
— Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, showing the 

total expenditure each constituency, as defined prior to last Redistribution Act, the 
the years 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, and 1906, for: (a) Harbours 
and rivers, including dredging, wharfs, docks, breakwaters, piers, or other improve- 
ments and repairs, (b) For public buildings and lands, including repairs, extensions, 
&c. (c) Maintenance and caretakers, including fuel, lights, &c. (d) Expenditure iit 
connection with Intercolonial Railway, inchiding purchase of lands, erection of build- 
ings, repairs, &c., and improvements, and the place where spent. Presented 29th Janu- 
ary, 1908. — Mr. Sproule Not printed. 

80. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing a 

summary of stock, implements, chattels, grain, hay, roots and all other kinds of fodder, 
with their value, for the years ending 1st December, 1906 and 1907; also the amount 
paid for all kinds of live stock, their kind and number, the amount paid for all kinds 
of feed, giving the kind, the amount of all kinds of product sold, and their kind ; the 
amount paid for all kinds of grain and seed for distribution for the same years, on 
the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Presented 23rd January, 1908.-- Ulr. Jackson 
(Elgin) Not printed. 

81. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing the 

number of immigrants secured and located by Mr. N. B. Miller, of the town of Napanee, 
in the county of Lennox and Addington, the names of such immigrant, his age, the 
names of the respective parties with whom they were located, also the township in 
which such party resides; also the amount of money received by the said N. B. Miller 
from the government for his services in salary, commission, or both; also the amount 
of moneys received by the said N. B. Miller, respectively, from residents in the said 
county of Lennox and Addington for his services in securing the aforesaid immigrants. 
Presented 23rd January, 1908. — Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addington) Not printed. 

81a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing tho 
number of immigrants secured and located by Mr. M. C. Dunne, of Yarker, in the 
county of Lennox and Addington, the names of each such immigrant, his age, the names 

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of the respective parties with whom they are located, also the township in which such 
party resides; also the amount of money received by the said M. C. Dunne from the 
government for his services in salary, commission, or both ; also the amount of moneys 
received by the said M. C. Dunne, respectively, from residents in the said county of 
Lennox and Addington for his services in securing the aforesaid immigrants. Pre- 
sented 23rd January, 1908.— Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addington) Not printed. 

61b. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing list 
of the names of immigration agents appointed by the government in each county of the 
province of Ontario, the county in which each such agent is employed, the number 
of immigrants placed by each such agent, and the amounts paid to each such agent 
for his services and expenses. Presented 30th January, 1908. — Mr. Clements.Not printed. 

81c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all reports received by the government from each of the special immigration agents 
sent to Great Britain and the continent of Europe, for the fiscal year ending 31st 
March, 1907. Presented 30th January, 1908. — Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addington). 

Not printed. 

81d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, showing the 
number of immigrants who reached and settled in Canada during the fiscal years of 
1905-6 and 1906-7, and from what countries they came. Presented 11th February, 1908. 
— Mr. Paquet Not printed. 

81e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence between the Department of the Interior and James S. Waugh, immi- 
gration distribution agent, subsequent to 1st December, 1907. Presented 11th February, 
1908.— Mr. Gordon Not printed. 

81/. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, showing what 
special immigration agents the Government of Canada has in the British Islands; their 
respective names, and from what parts of Canada they come; the arrangements made 
by the Government with the said agent or agents as to salary and expenses; the date 
of their respective appointments, and at what time they left this country to take up 
their work. Presented 11th February, 1908. — Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addington). 

Not printed. 

81g. Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy 
of all orders in council now in force with respect to immigration from every country 
from which immigrants come to Canada; also a copy of all circulars in force at the 
present time with reference to immigration. Presented 13th February, 1908. — Mr. 
'i]'ilson (Lennox and Addington) , Not printed. 

Slh. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all certificates by farmers resident in the riding of West Kent, and returned to the 
department by emigration agents for the said riding, and on certificates such agents 
were paid for placing emigrants with each farmer, giving the names of each emigrant 
and of each farmer such were placed with, giving the total amount received by each 
agent up to the present time Presented 3rd March, 1908. — Mr. Clements... Not printed. 

81i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
certificates by A. G. McDonald, immigration agent for Prince Edward County, Ontario, 
claiming payment for immigrants by him alleged to have been placed with farmers or 
other employers; also, a copy of all certificates or communications by such farmers or 
other employers received by the Department of the Interior relating to immigrants so 
claimed as placed by said A. G. McDonald, giving in each case the name and post office 
address of the immigrant and of the farmer or the employer. Presented 13th April, 

1908. — Mr. .Alcorn Not printed. 

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81;. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, showing the 
expenditure of the Government for food, clothing and other maintenance for immi- 
grants after landing in Canada for the years 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 
1908, to 1st March. Presented 30th April, 1908.— Mr. Schaffner Not printed. 

81k. Report of E. Blake Eobertson, assistant superintendent of immigration, respecting 
Joseph Bernstein, Halifax. Presented 27th May, 1908, by Hon. F. Oliver.. .iVot printed. 

82. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing the 

total amount paid by this Government each year, during the past five years, towards 
mail subsidies to steamships ; the names of the countries served, the names of steamers 
and contractors, and the steamship subventions. Presented 28th January, 1908. — Mr. 
Armstrong Printed for sessional papers. 

83. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of 

the lease, conditions, &c., passed betA'-een the Government of Canada and a company 
for the use of the Beauharnois Canal. Presented 24th January, 1908. — Mr. Bergeron. 

Not printed. 

84. Copies of a letter and telegrams between the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia 

and the Honourable the Secretary of State for Canada, on the subject of the disallow- 
ance of a Bill of the Legislature of British Columbia, intituled : " An Act to regulate 
immigration into British Columbia." Presented 24th January, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier Not printed. 

85. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th January, 1908, for a copy of all 

correspondence between the Department of Justice, or any department of the Govern- 
ment, and Mr. Frederick Fraser Forbes, now a district judge in the province of Sas- 
katchewan, or any other person or persons, in reference to the personal or professional 
status or character of Mr. Forbes, or his appointment as a judge as above-mentioned, 
and of all writings and documents of any kind in reference to the foregoing matter. 
Presented 28th January, 1908. — Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

86. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, showing the 

number of applications made to the Board of Railway Commissioners for the privilege 
of crossing railway tracks with telephone and telegr^^ph wires and with water mains 
each, over the said period from 1st February, 1904, to the 1st January, 1908; the total 
number of applications granted over said period; the total number of applications 
refused; the date of each application; the date each application was granted; the length 
of time from the application to the granting of same; and what time should elapse 
before the board should give its decision. Presented 27th January, 1908. — Mr. Barr. 

Not printed. 

87. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, showing, in 

respect of all grants of right to divert water and constriict ditches made under the 
provisions of the Yukon Placer Mining Act, 1906, the number of the claim, name anl 
address of the grantee, date of issue, length of term, source of water, quantity that may 
be diverted, estimated expenditure within one year, time limit for construction, sum 
paid for the privilege and the name and address of present holder, if rights have been 
transferred. Presented 30th January, 1908. — Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

88. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing the 

timber lands sold or leased by the Department of the Interior subsequent to the date 
of those included in Sessional Paper, No. 167a, brought down to the House on the 9th 
of April, 1907; the description and area of such lands, the applications made therefor, 
the notice of advertisement for sale or tender, the tenders received, the amount of 
each tender, the tenders accepted, the name of the person or company to whom each 
lot was sold or leased, and tlie name and address of each person or company to whom 
any of such leases have been transferred. Presented 30th January, 1908. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 
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88c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing, in 
respect of timber berth number 1279, all applications, correspondence, reports, adver- 
tisements, terders, leases, transfers, or memoranda of any description. Presented 3rd 
February, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

88b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing, in 
respect of timber berths numbers 1031, 1118, 1097 and 1098, all bonuses, rentals, or dues, 
paid to date by the lessees or other assigns to the Government, together with a copy of 
all applications, correspondence, reports, advertisements, tenders, leases, transfers or 
memoranda of any description in connection therewith. Presented 18th February, 1908. 
—Mr. WJiite Not printed. 

88c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing, in. 
respect of timber berths numbers 1050, 1265, 1267, 1274 and 1275, all bonuses, rentals or 
dues paid to date by the lessees or other assigns to the Government, together with a 
copj- of all applications, correspondence, reports, advertisements, tenders, leases, trans- 
fers or memoranda of any description in connection therewith. Presented 18th Febru 
ary, 1908.— Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

88d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for the pro- 
duction of all the original applications and tenders filed in the Department of the 
Interior in respect of timber berths numbers 1050, 1265, 1267, 1274 and 1275, and that 
the names be laid upon the Table of the House, said papers not to be part of the 
archives of this House, but to be returned by the Clerk to the Department of the 
Interior after inspection. Presented 24th February, 1908.— Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

88e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for the pro- 
duction of all the original applications and tenders filed in the Department of ^he 
Interior in respect of timber berths numbers 1031, 1118, 1119, 1097 and 1098, and that 
the same be laid upon the Table of the House, said papers not to be part of the archives 
of this House, but to be returned by the Clerk to the Department of the Interior after 
inspection. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. White Not printed, 

88/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for the pro- 
duction of all the original applications and tenders filed in the Department of the 
Interior in respect of timber berths numbers 1048, 1049, 1122 and 1168, and that the 
same be laid upon the Table of the House, said papers not to be part of the archives 
of this House, but to be returned by the Clerk to the Department of the Interior 
after inspection. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

8Sg. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, that there be 
laid on the Table for inspection the original applications and tenders in respect of 
timber berths numbers 1220, 1226, 1238 and 1272, said papers not to be part of the 
archives of this House, but to be returned by the Clerk to the Department of the 
Interior after inspection. Presented 24th February, 1908.— Mr. Lake Not printed. 

88/i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing, in 
respect of timber berths numbers 1048, 1049, 1122 and 1168, all bonuses, rentals, or dues 
paid to date by the lessees or other assigns to the Government, together with a copy of 
all applications, correspondence, reports, advertisements, tenders, leases, transfers and 
memoranda of any description in connection therewith. Presented 9th March, 1908. — 
Mr. Boyce Not printed 

88i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing, in 
respect of all timber berths at present under license or authorized to be licensed within 
the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the Northwest Territories, (a) 
number or designation of each berth; (b) number of license for 1907-8; (c) area of 
berth in square miles; (d) name and address of present license holder; (e) name and 
address of original applicant, with date of his application; (/) date of issue from Ottawa 
of advertisement; (g) date fixed therein for opening of tenders; (/i) name and address of 

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successful tenderer ; (i) amount of bonus paid ; (;) date when definite selection of blocks 
was completed and the returns of the survey filed with the Department of the Interior 
at Ottawa; (fc) amount of dues collected during the year ending the 30th of April, 1907. 
in respect of each berth for ground rent, stumpage royalty, and the cost of fire guard- 
ing, &c. ; also the amount, if any, unpaid and overdue at the termination of said year ; 
(I) whether license was issued according to order in council of April 14th, 1903, or of 
July 23rd, 1906; (m) in case of berths upon which during the year 1906-7 no timber was 
cut, whether notification has been served on license holder to operate a saw-mill, and 
the date of such notice. Presented 11th March, 1908. — Mr. McCarthy (Calgary) 

Not printed. 

88j. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, bringing the 
information as contained in Sessional Paper No. 167f>, brought down April 26th, 1907, 
up to date. Presented 13th March, 1908.— .Ifr. .Ames Not printed. 

SSk. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all letters, correspondence, applications, advertisements, reports, memoranda, valua- 
tions, estimates, tenders, transfers, or other writings or papers in respect of or in con- 
nection with timber berths numbers 1413, 1414 and 1415. Presented 16th March, 1908.— 
Mr. Lennox Not printed. 

881. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, for a copy of 
all applications to homestead or purchase, reports, agreements of lease or sale, corres- 
pondence exchanged between the Department of the Interior and any person whatso- 
ever, and papers of every description dealing with or treating of the sale or lease of 
surface, mining, timber, or any other rights in respect of the n.w. i of section 8, town- 
ship 53, range 4, west of the 5th M. Presented 19th March, 1908. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 

88m. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing, in 
respect of timber berths numbers 1220 to 1226, 1238 and 1272, all bonuses, rentals or 
dues paid to date by the lessees or other assigns to the Government, together with a 
copy of all applications, correspondence, reports, advertisements, tenders, leases, trans- 
fers or memoranda of any description in connection therewith. Presented 24th March, 
1908.— .Vr. Lake Not printed. 

88n. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, for a copy of 
applications, recommendations of applications, and replies thereto, instructions, regard- 
ing advertising, and a copy of all tenders and replies thereo, for timber berths numbers 
652, 657, 677, 679, 681, 683, 684, 721, 722, 730 and 743. Presented 30th March, 1908.— Mr. 
McCraney Not printed. 

88f/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 2nd March, 1908, for the production 
of all the original applications and tenders filed in the Department of the Interior in 
respect of timber berths 1046, 1047, 1052, 1058, 1068, 1070, 1093, 1094, 1099, 1191, 1192 and 
that the same be laid upon the Table of the House, said papers not to be part of the 
archives of this House, but to be returned by the Clerk to the Department of the 
Interior after inspection. Presented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

88p. Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all orders in council, letters, telegrams, reports, recommendations, tenders or com- 
munications of any kind in relation to the granting of sixteen townships and certain 
timber limits in the Peace River region, as referred to in a motion of the 15th January, 
ult., reference 102, not already brought down. Presented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Hughes 
(Victoria and Ualiburton) Not printed. 

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88q. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing the 
total sum (money or scrip) that the Government has received on account of the lands, 
mines, minerals, timber &c., in the various Dominion lands offices in the provinces of 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, distinguishing between each province, during the 
following periods: from 1st July, 1896, to 30th June, 1905, and from 1st July, 1905, to 
31st December, 1907. Presented 21st April, 1908.— 3fr. La fce Not printed. 

88r. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, showing all 
sales of Dominion lands other than coal lands, of 160 acres and upwards, in the pro- 
vinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, which have been made by the Govern- 
ment during the calendar year 1907; the prices obtained; names of purchasers; dates 
of sales; and in general terms, the grounds upon which sales were authorized. Pre- 
sented 21st April, 1908.— Mr. Lake Not printed. 

88s. Return to an order of the House of Commons dated 17th February, 1908, showing : 1. How 
many applications for timber licenses were received by the Government of Mr. Mackenzie, 
what area in square miles they covered, how many licenses were issued, what area they 
covered, and under how many of those licenses operations were actually carired on, and 
what area these included. 2. How many applications for timber licenses were received 
by the Government from November 1st, 1878, to July 1st, 1896, and what area in square 
miles they covered, how many licenses were issued, and what area tliey covered, under 
how many of these licenses operations were actually carried on, and what area they 
covered. 3. How many permits to cut lumber were given to applicants as above in 
leases where licenses had not issued during each of these periods. Presented 21st April, 
1908. —Mr. Foster Not printed 

88t. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing a list 
of timber berths awarded between 1st June, 1904, and 15th July, 1906, with the number 
of tenders in each case, the amount of each tender, the name of the successful tenderer, 
the area of each berth, the dates of notice and opening of the tenders in each case. Pre- 
sented 22nd April, 1908.— Mr. Crawford Not printed. 

88u. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing what coal 
lands were granted to sundry persons through the agency of P. E. Lessard, of Edmon- 
ton, together with copies of all letters, papers and documents relating to the applica- 
tion, sale, lease or cancellation of the same. All from the general file for the group of 
claims, and not the special file for each section. Presented 7th May, 1908. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 

88i;. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, showing wliat 
coal areas are held by F. E. Keniston, of Minneapolis; said return to include a copy 
of all letters, documents and correspondence relating to the application, sale, lease or 
cancellation of the same, from the general file for each group of claims, and not the 
special file of each section. Presented 7th May, 1908.— Mr. Ames Not printed. 

88w. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing what 
coal lands are now or have been at any time owned, controlled, leased or operated in 
townships 53 and 54, range 7, west of the 5th meridian, by the Alberta Development 
Company (Limited), together with a copy of all applications, correspondence, deeds 
of sale and other documents in connection therewith. Presented 12th May, 1908.— 
Mr. Ames Not printed. 

88x. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing what 
coal lands in townships 9 and 10, ranges 21, 22 and 23, west of the 4th meridian, were 
granted through the agency of J. W. Bettes (or his firm), of Winnipeg, Manitoba, 
together with a copy of all letters, documents and papers relating to the application, 
sale, lease or cancellation of the same. All from the general file for the group of claims, 
and not the special file for each section. Presented 18th May, 1908. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 
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88y. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 2nd March, 1908, for the production 
of all original tenders filed in the Department of the Interior in respect of timber 
limits numbers 645, 646, 675, 703, 705 and 733 to 737, and that the same be laid upon 
the table of the House, said papers not to be part of the archives of this House, but to 
be returned by the clerk to the Department of the Interior after inspection. Presented 
20th May, 1908.— Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

88z. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, showing what 
coal areas were obtained through the agency of Malcolm McKenzie on behalf of clients; 
and a copy of all letters, documents and correspondence relating to the application, sale, 
lease or cancellation of the same; also the same information in regard to J. H. Moss, of 
Toronto. All from the general file for each group of claims, and not the special file for 
each section. Presented 27th May, 1908.— il/r. Aines Not printed. 

88aa. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all applications, leases, assignments, correspondence, and papers, of every description 
in connection with or referring to the granting or sale of the mining rights in sections 
17, 20, 21, 28, 29, 32 and 33, of township 8, range 4, west of the 5th meridian. Presented 
27th May, 1908.— Mr. Perley Not printed. 

88bb. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing what 
coal lands in townships 41 and 42, ranges 17 and 18, west of the 5th m.eridian, were 
granted through the agency of McGiverin & Hayden, Ottawa, together with a copy of 
all letters, documents and papers relating to the application, sale, lease or cancellation 
of same. All from the general file for the group of claims, and not the special file for 
each section. Presented 27th May, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

89. Return to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, for a copy of 

all papers and correspondence between the government of Canada and the government 
of the province of British Colum.bia, relating to the application of the Grand Trunk 
Pacific Railway Company to acquire a portion of the Metlakatla Indian Reserve, British 
Columbia, and to the general question of the claim of said province to the Indian 
reserves therein, since the date of said application. Presented 30th January, 1908. — 
Mr. Ross (Yale-Cariboo) Not printed. 

90. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, for a copy of all 

correspondence, reports, locations, records of payments made on, payments returned, 
homestead entries, cancellations thereof; of any order, direction or other authority, 
given to any homesteader or person who had entered for homestead to re-enter after 
concellation of entry or default thereunder; any evidence of sale by Peter Luensen to 
Frederick Heintz, and any correspondence, affidavits, memoranda, or otiier documents 
by the department, or any of its officers, with W. L. MacKenzie, Peter Luenson, 
Frederick Heintz, Alexander K. Thom, Wm. R. Gardner, Thomas J. Oliver, or any 
other person in regard to the n.e. J sec. 32, township 36, r. 16, west of 2nd m., Saskat- 
chewan. Presented 30th January, 1908.— .Mr. Porter Not printed. 

90a. Supplementary return to No. 90. Presented 1st April, 1908 Not printed. 

90h. Return to order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing: 1. Any Gov- 
ernment lands near New Westminster, British Columbia, sold to one J. \V. Patterson, 
and, if sold, by what department of the Government. 2. Whether they were Indian or 
military reserve lands, or either of them. 3. The prices Mr. Patterson paid for said 
lands, if any were sold to him. 4. The date of such sale or sales. Presented 27th April, 
1908.— Mr. Reid (Grenville) Not printed. 

90c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908. showing all lands 
acquired from the Government by the Grand Trunk Pacific Town and Development 

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Company, together with the area, location, purchase price of each tract, and a copy of 
all correspondence between the Government and the company or any individuals inter- 
ested therein or connected therewith, as to the general terms and conditions under' 
which the Government land should be granted to the said company. Presented 27th 
April, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

90(1. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, showing all th& 
lands granted to the Saskatchewan Valley Land Company under their contract of May, 
1902, specifying those which are patented as well as those unpatented, to date. Pre- 
sented 30th April, 1908.— Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

90e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing the 
approximate total area of Dominion lands disposed of by the Government in each of 
the provinces of Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, between the 1st July, 189G, and 
the 30th June, 1905, distinguishing between lands for agricultural, purposes, glazing, 
irrigation, timber and coal; and also from the 1st July, 1905, to the 31st December, 
1907. Presented 7th May, 190S.— Mr. Lake Not printed. 

91. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing the 

names and number of establishments being operated under the law and legulations of 
the "Meat and Food Inspection Act"; when they were individually put under the 
operation of the Act; and the names and number of inspectors for each establishment, 
presented 30th January, 1908.— Mr. Hughes (Victoria and Haliburton) Not printed. 

92. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, for a copy of 

all papers, correspondence, tenders and contracts, in connection with building piers at 
Port ^[aitland, Ontario. Presented 30th January, 1908.— Mr. Lalor Not printed. 

92a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, contracts, telegrams, reports, plans and specifications, logether with 
all other information not already brought down, in possession of the Government, 
relaUng to the construction of piers or docks already constructed or under construction 
at the following places: Bayfield, Huron county, Ontario; Grand Bend, county of 
Huron, Ontario; St. Joseph, county of Huron, Ontario; together with a statement of 
ail moneys expended, and to whom paid, and the date of payment, and nature of the 
work done or material used. Presented 7th May. 1908. — Mr. Armstrong Not printed. 

92b. Supplementary return to No. 92a. Presented 11th May, 1908 Not printed. 

93. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing the 

total amount of bounties paid by the Government since 1896, and the amount for each 
year on each article. Presented 30th January, 1908. — Mr. Clements. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

94. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 19th February, 1907, for a statement showing 

the names, christian names, age, and country of origin of all the persons who, comin^ 
from the British Isles, from English colonies or from foreign lands, as strangers 
to Canada, have been placed, whether by order in council, by decision of the Militia 
Council, or otherwise, in any branch whatsoever of the military service of Canada, in 
the permanent force or in the volunteer force, together with the date of each of these ■ 
appointments, the nature of the employment, the rank of the holder (before and after 
liis appointment), and the yearly amount which he receives for his services. Presented 
22nd January, 1908.— Hon. Mr. Lnndry Printed jar sessional papers. 

95. Return of reductions and remissions made under Revised Statutes of Canada, chapter 81 

section 88, ss. 2. Presented (Senate) 22nd January, 1908, by Hon. Mr. Scott.A'of printed. 

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96. Rf'iuin to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 190(), for a copy 

of all orders in council, advertisements for tenders, tenders, specifications of every 
kind, plans, drawings, reports, letters, telegrams, correspondence, contracts, agreements 
and other documents and papers of every kind, touching or relating to any works at 
or near St. Andrews Rapids, in the province of Manitoba, and especially such documents 
as aforesaid in connection with any tender or contract by or on behalf of Charles 
Whitehead, or Kelly Brothers, or any subsequent tenderers or contractors. Presented 
29th January, 1908.— Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

97. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of all 

papers, correspondence, and evidence, in respect of the trial for criminal conspiracy 
against certain persons in the Yukon in connection with the Dominion elections of 1904. 
Presented 3rd February, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

98. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of all 

correspondence between Major E. S. Wigle, of Windsor, Honourable R. F. Sutherland, 
A. H. Clarke, and the Minister of Inland Revenue, respecting the extension of the 
franchise of the Windsor, Detroit and Belle Isle Ferry Company. Presented 3rd 
February, 1908.— Mr. Clements Not printed. 

99. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of all 

correspondence, telegrams, or reports, respecting the refusal of the lieutenant governor 
of British Columbia to give his assent to a bill passed by the legislature of that province 
in 1907, respecting immigration and commonly referred to as the Natal Act. Presented 
3rd February, 1908. — Mr. Smith (Nanaimo) Printed for sessional papers. 

100. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all papers and correspondence between the government of Canada and any of its 
ministers with reference to the establishment of a fast line of steamship communication 
between Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and Canadian ports. Presented 
3rd February, 1908. — Mr. Foster Not printed. 

101. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all correspondence, enclosed clippings, agreements, statements, &c., between the gov- 
ernni-^nt or any member thereof, and especially the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
the Minister of Railways, the Minister of Agriculture, the Minister of Militia, and Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier, and one F. E. Williams, of St. John, New Brunswick; one W. H. 
Trueman, of St. John, and any other person or persons whatsoever in relation to the 
establishment of a bait freezer and cold storage established in St. John, ?\ew Brunswick. 
Presented 5th February, 1908. — Mr. Foster Not printed. 

102. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated "11th December, 1907, showing the 
expenditure by the Dominion Government on (a) wharfs; (b) harbours and river 
improvements; (c) dredging; (d) public buildings; for each year since 1896, in the 
counties of Digby, Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queen's, Lunenburg and Pictou, Nova Scotia, 
specifying the works by name, with amounts expended thereon. Presented Gth February, 
VMS— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

103. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, for a copy of 
letters, telegrams, and reports, regarding complaints made by John Franklin and 
Stapletou Brothers, with respect to Indian Agent Yeomans. Presented Gth February, 
1908.— 3Ir. Foster Not printed. 

104. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, showing the 
amount paid each year for provisions for the Royal Military College, for the Halifax 
Garrison, and the Permanent Military School in Quebec, the average number of men 
provisioned each year of the above institutions, and cost per man per day. Presented 
10th February, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

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105. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing the 
number of fishing licenses issued by the Government for any of the lakes in the pro- 
vince of Saskatchewan, to whom issued, and on what lakes. Presented 10th February, 
1908.— Mr. Chisholm (East Huron) Not printed. 

106. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, showing what 
lands have been sold, leased, given as homesteads, transferred or set apart in any way 
by the Government to each : individuals, companies, syndicates, or other organizations 
in the Peace Eiver Valley, or along or near tributaries thereof, in the Northwest of 
Canada; when each area was allotted; the terms between the Government and the 
various parties or organizations concerned; what prices per acre were realized from 
those transactions ; with whom the Government conducted negotiations in each case ; 
the regulations governing the securing of land in the Peace River Valley; and how far 
it is from Edmonton to Dunvegan. Presented 11th February, 1908. — Mr. Hughes (Vic- 
Loriu and Halihurion) Not printed. 

107. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 190S. for a copy 
of all orders in council, reports, memoranda, correspondence, documents, plans, tenders 
and advertisements of every kind, nature and description, relating to the proposedl 
acquisition under lease of certain car work shops with railway sidings at Moncton, 
Xew Brunswick. Presented 12th Febriiary, 1908. — Mr. Barker Not printed. 

108. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, showing all 
coal lands leased, sold or otherwise disposed of from the 1st of March, 1907, to date, 
giving the area disposed of, the party to whom, the consideration therefor, the assign- 
ments made, if any, the date thereof, and the name of the assignee in each case. 
Presented 1.3th February, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

108i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing, in 
respect of each of the undermentioned blocks disposed of as coal lands by the Govern- 
ment, viz. : Section 13, of township 9, range 4, west of the 5th m. ; section 16, township 10, 
range 3, west of the 5t]i m., section 15, township 11, range 4, west of the 5th m. ; section 
20, township 12, range 4, west of the 5th m. ; section 5, township 13, range i, west of the 
5th m., section 21, township 19, range 7, west of the 5th m. ; when and by w bom the first 
application was made for right to acquire; when and to whom the original grant of 
mining rights was rriade; what transfers of rights have been recorded, the date of 
transfer, and date of registration of same; who the present owner or occupant is, as 
known to the department ; and the name and address of each company or person above 
referred to. Presented 16th March, 1908.— 3/r. .'lr?ies Not printed. 

1086. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 2nd March, 1908, for a copy of 
(a) an order in council of the 19th May, 1902, and the regulations therein referred to and 
approved for the disposal of coal lands, the property of the Dominion Government, in 
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and British Columbia. (b)A copy of ail orders in 
council altering, amending or cancelling any such regulations for the aforesaid pur- 
poses, and the said amended or other regulations. (c)A copj' of all orders in council 
approving, amending or cancelling regulations as regards the Yukon for the purposes 
aforesaid, and the said regulations and amended regulations. Presented 24th March, 
1908.— Mr. Barter Not printed. 

108c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing, in 
respect of each of the undermentioned blocks disposed of as coal lands by the Govern- 
ment, viz.: sections 2, 4, 9, 15, 17, and 28, of township 7, range 3, west of the 5th m., 
when and by whom the first application was made for right to acquire; when and to 
whom the original grant of mining rights was made; what transfers of rights have 
been recorded, when such transfers vf ere dated, and when registered with the depart- 
ment; who the present owner or occupant is, as known to the department; and the name 
and address of each company or person above referred to. Presented 24th March, 1908.— 

M7.Anies Not printed. 

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108d. Eeturn to an order of the Ilosise of Commons, dated 26tli February, 1908, for a copy 
of all inquiries, applications, leases, contracts, agreements, assignments, correspon- 
dence and papers of every description, in connection with or referring to the granting 
of coal mining privileges in section 11, township 8, range 4, west of the 5th meridian. 
Pre&ented 27th March, 1908.— Mr. Ames Not printed. 

108e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908, showing: 

1. What leases for coal lands in the Northwest Territories were granted by the Govern- 
ment in the years 1903 and 1904. 2. To whom, and on what dates the same were granted, 
and the amounts paid therefor. 3. Whether the person to whom the lease was granted 
was the original applicant. 4. Whether any assignment of such leases has been made, 
whfcn, and to whom. 5. Who the present holders are of said leases. Presented 1st 
April, 1908. — Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

108/. Supplementary return to lOSe. Presented 6th April, 1908 Not printed. 

108.(7. Return to an order of the House of Commons, datpd 16th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all applications, reports, correspondence, leases, contracts, deeds, sale and documents 
of every description in connection with the purchase of coal mining lands either on 
their own behalf or on behalf of clients, by the firm of Hough, Campbell & Ferguson, 
or by any individual member of said firm, together with a copy of the regulations 
governing the sale of such rights at the time of purchose. Presented 30th April, 1908. — 
Mr. Herron Not printed. 

108h. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 190S, setting forth 
in respect of the following coal lands: 1. The name and address of the first applicant 
and the date thereof. 2. The names and addresses of all subsequent applications, with 
date thereof, in the order of application. 3. The name and address of the party to 
whom the mining rights were granted, with date of sale or lease by the Government. 
4. Price paid per acre, sale or lease. 5. Date and amount of first payment on account 
of purchase price. 6. Dates and amounts of each subsequent payment on account of 
purchase price. 7. Total amount paid as purchase price and balance, if any, still un- 
paid. 8. How long reservation was made by the department in favour of the grantee 
or his assigns. 9. The name and address of all parties to whom assignments were, 
made, with date of each assignment, and date of its registration with the department. 
10. The name and address of present owner of said mining rights. 11. A copy of all 
correspondence in reference to the same : Township 7, range 3, west of 5th m. ; sections 1, 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, less the s.e. J ; section 7, less e. -| ; section 8 ; section 9 ; section 10, less s.w. J ; 
section 11, less s.e. J; section 14, less e. i; section 15; section 16, less n.e. J; section 17; 
section 20, less e. 2 of n.e. J; section 21, less s. 5 and n.w. 5; section 22; section 28; 
section 27, less e. J; section 32, less e. J; section 33; section 34, less e. 5. Township 7, 
range 2, west of 5th m. ; section 18, 20 and 21 Township 6, range 3, west of 5th m. ; 
sections 27 and 28; section 32, less w. i; sections 33 and 34. Presented 22nd April, 1908. — 
Mr. Ames , Not printed. 

109. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing on 
what dates since June 30th, 1906, advances were made on account of travelling expenses 
to Honourable L. P. Brodeur, to Mr. Wiallard, his private secretary, and to Napoleon 
Potvin, his messenger, respectively, for what amounts, and to what accounts they were 
severally charged; also what refunds, if any, have been made on any of these several 
advances, and on what dates. Presented 14th February, 1908. — Mr. Foster.. Not printed. 

109a. Return snowing all advances to IMinisters of the Crown and their private secretaries, 
on account of travelling or other expenses in connection with the Imperial Conference 
of 1907, the date of such advances, and the appropriation against which it was charged. 
Presented 2nd March, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

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109b. Return (as far as the Department of Inland Revenue is concerned), to an order of 
the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing the advances made each year 
since July 1, 1904, to December 31, 1907, on account of travelling expenses to Honourable 
L. P. Brodeur and his private secretary and messengers, the date and amount of each 
advance, and the appropriation to which it was charged, the dates at which each 
advance was finally accounted for, and the dates on which any repayments were made to 
the treasury, and the amount of such repayments, and all correspondence Avith the 
Auditor General's Department in connection therewith. Presented 2nd March, 1908.— 
Mr. Foster Not vrinted. 

110. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th January, 1908, showing the 
total quantity of freight carried on the winter steamers between Prince Edward Island 
and the mainland during the past two seasons, 1905-6 and 1906-7; the amount of fi eight 
that was delayed in transit for those two seasons; the freight rate on the different 
classes of goods carried; the amount received for freight during those two seasons; the 
amount received for passengers and the number carried ; the number of days H:he 
steamers failed to cross in each of those years; and the amount of damages paid to 
shippers for delay of goods in transit. Presented 14th February, 1908.— illr. Martin 
(Quecn'i) Not printed. 

110a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, &c., in the possession of the Government or any member 
or official thereof, respecting the withdrawal of thf winter steamers from Charlottetown 
on or about the 8th January, instant, and their replacement some days later. Presented 
llth February, 1908.— Mr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

111. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, reports and papers, respecting the salary, expenses, duties and 
annual period of employment of W. Maxwell Smith, Dominion fruit inspector in British 
Columbia; also full details of his expenses during the years 1906 and 1907, respectively. 
1908.— Mr. Jackson (Elgin) Printed for sessional papers. 

112. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of 
pedigreed cattle, if any, did the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, sell during the 
years 1906 and 1907; and how many in each year, giving the different breeds, the name 
of purchaser, his place of residence, price paid, and breed. Presented 14th February, 
1908.^Mr. .Jackson (Elgin) Printed for scssiotial papers. 

113. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1998, for a copy of 
all papers, accounts and correspondence, in connection with the seizure of the M. J. 
Wilson Cordage Company, of the city of Chatham, Ontario, by the Dominion Govern- 
ment, in the year 1904. Presented 17th February, 1908. — Mr. Clements.. ..Not printed, 

114. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 31st Janiiary, 1908, showing the appointments 
made to the Senate from confederation, with date of appointment and date when the 
appointees ceased to be senators. Presented 11th Fbruary, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Wilson. 

Printed for distribution. 

115. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 29th January, 1908, showing the niimber of 
persons killed and of those otherwise injured, seijarately, at railway crossings during 
the last three years, giving the number in each year separately; giving also for each 
year the number of persons thus killed or otherwise injured in thickly populated 
l^laces separately from those killed or otherwise injured in the rural districts, showing 
also the number of such accidents at protected crossings separately from unprotected 
crossings. Presented 11th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Beique Not printed. 

116. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all communications, reports, correspondence, or other papers, between the Depart- 

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ment of the Interior and any of its officials, and A. Samovici, H. Bolocan, and any other 
person or persons in regard to the n.w. I section 20, township 22, range 13, west 2nd m., 
including applications for cancellation, protections, homesteads, inspectors' reports, &c. 
Presented 18th February, 1908.— M?\ Lake Not printed. 

117. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all correspondence between the Departments of the Marine and Fisheries and Justice 
of Canada and the Attorney General of Nova Scotia, or any official acting under his 
authority, in connection with the suit in the Siipreme Court of Nova Scotia of the King 
by Dr. Tail, of Cheticamp, in the county of Inverness, Nova Scotia, versus William 
Ancoin. Presented 18th February, 1908. — Mr. McLennan Not printed. 

118. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all contracts for food for men at the volunteer camps throughout Canada for the season 
of 1907; also for the regular troops at Halifax, Quebec and other places. Presented 
18th February, 1908.— Mr. Smith (Wentworth) Not printed. 

119. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence between the Railway Commission and the Department of Railways and 
CaL'iils, or the Intercolonial Railway, and between the Railway Commission and the 
Canadian Pacific Railway, and the Grand Trunk Railway, and between the Railway 
Commission and the Fredericton Board of Trade, in reference to the alleared discrimina- 
tion against the city of Fredericton in the matter of freight rates; and also for a copy 
of all other papers and documents on file with the Railway Commission in relation 
thereto. Presented 19th February, 1908.— Mr. Crocket Not printed. 

120. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all offers, reports, valuations, plans, deeds of purchase, correspondence and other papers 
of every description in connection with the purchase of site for the new Montreal 
examining warehouse, together with a statement of all expenditure and all indebtedness 
incurred to date in this connection. Presented 19th February, 1908. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 

121. Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 30th January, 1908, showing: 1. Title of 
each Bill by years sent by the Senate to the House of Commons, from 1867 to 1907, 
inclusive, that was (a) amended by the Hous of Commons, or {b) rejected. 2. Title of 
each Bill by years sent up by the House of Commons to the Senate, from 1867 to 1907, 
inclusive, that was (a) amended by the Senate, or (b) rejected. 3. The total number of 
Bills for each year as above to be tabulated in four periods, (a) 1867 to 1873, inclusive; 
(h) 1S74 to 1878, inclusive; (c) 1879 to 1896, first session, inclusive; (d) 1896 to 1907, inclu- 
sive. Presented 19th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Ross (Middlesex) Not printed. 

122. Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into a dispute between the Bell 
Telephone Company of Canada (Limited) and the operators of the said company at 
Toronto, with respect to wages and hours of employment, etc. Also copy of evidence 
taken under Royal Commission in the dispute between the Bell Telephone Company of 
Canada and its operators, in February, 1907. Presented 24th February, and 11th March, 
1908, by Hon. R. Lemieux Not printed. 

123. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, for a copy of 
the contract and all correspondence relating to a payment of $3,900 to the Midland 
Towing and Wrecking Company, as set out at page P — 32 of the Auditor General's 
Report for 1906-7, and of the advertisement calling for tenders. Presented 10th March, 
190S.— Mr. Ben?ieff Not printed. 

124. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing what 
sums have been expended or voted for the dredging of the Riviere a la Graisse, a{t 
Rigaud ; to whom the contracts were given ; and Avhat sums have been voted or paid out 
for dredging Dorion Bay, Vaudreuil station. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. 
Bergeron.. Not printed. 

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124a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showin<r what 
sums have been voted or expended for the dredging of the river bottom between Charle- 
magne and Terrebonne; since when the dredging has been going on there; what sums 
have been voted or expended for wharfs at Terrebonne and at St. FranQois de Sales; 
and who obtained the contracts. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Mr. Bergeron. 

Not printed. 

124b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing: 
1. What harbours or rivers in the province of Ontario were tenders invited for dredging 
work by the Department of Public Works during the present year. 2. The names of 
the successful tenderers at each of the said places for which dredging tenders were 
invited in Ontario in 1907, and the prices asked by each party respectively. 3. Amounts 
of the tenders respectively of the different persons tendering at each of the foregoing 
points. 4. Also at what points new tenders were invited, and when the first tendei'S were 
accepted. Presented 9th June, 1908. — Mr. Bennett Not printed. 

124c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th of April, 1908, for a copy of 
all the correspondence exchanged between the Government and Messrs. T. B. Mongenais, 
Hugh McMillan and others, relating to dredging work done in the River Rigaud, 
formerly the River Graisse, up to the year 1890. A copy of the reports and corres- 
pondence relating to the construction or purchase of the Graham wharf. A copy of the 
report and correspondence relating to the dredging done at Como up to 1900. A copy 
of the reports and correspondence relating to the dredging done at Vai.idreuil Village, 
and also those relating to the construction and repair of the wharf situated in that 
village since 1867. And also a copy of the report and correspondence relating to the 
deepening of the River St. Louis at Beauharnois. Presented 30th Jure, 1908.- -Mr. 
Boyer Not printed. 

125. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, engineer's reports, &c., in the hands of the Government 
or any member or official thereof, respecting proposed repairs to the wharf at Little 
Sands, in Prince Edward Island. Presented 25th February, 1908.— Mr. Martin (Queen's). 

Not printed. 

126. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for a copy of 
the report made by John Fraser, of the Auditor GeneraFs Department, on the 7th 
January, 1898, of a special examination held by him of the financial affairs of the 
Montreal Turnpike Trust. Presented 10th March, 1908.— Mr. Monk Not printed. 

126a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing: 
1. The present indebtedness to the Dominion Government of the Montreal Turnpike 
Trust (a) on capital account, (b) for arrears of interest. 2. The amounts collected at 
each toll gate belonging to the said Turnpike Trust during the three years ending ,Slst 
December, 190.5, 1906, 1907, respectively. 3. The names of all parties who have com- 
muted their tolls during each of the above-mentioned years, 1905, 1906, 1907, and the 
amount of the commutation money paid to the Trust in each case. 4. The amounts 
expended on each section or road division, under the control of the said Trust, during 
each of the said years, ending 31st December, 1905, 1906, and 1907, respectively, and the 
contracts given out during each of the said years, with the name of the contractor and 
the date and amount involved in each case; and a statement in each case also as to 
whether the contract was awarded after tender called through tlie newspapers. 5. The 
amount paid out during each of the said three years, 1905, 1906, 1907, at each toll gate 
for salaries of day and night guardians, and any other expenditure at each of the toll 
gates maintained. 6. The names of all parties holding passes for free use of the roads 
under control of said Trust, during each of the said three years above referred to, 
190.5, 1906, 1907, with a statement in each case of the reason why the pass was so granted. 
7. The expense of the said Trust during each of the said years, for rent, salaries of the 

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office, inside or outside service, giving name and remuneration of each official. 8. The 
ftctual present indebtedness in detail of the said Trust outside of its bonds due to the 
Government of Canada. 9. The amounts collected, by said Trust, year by year, since 
the 1st February, 1905, from municipalities under special agreements made as to their 
share pro rata of the bonded indebtedness of the Turnpike Trust. 10. The names of all 
those members of the Trust appointed or elected to represent the bondholders since 
the 1st July, 1896, with the date of the election in each case. 11. The amounts paid by 
the Trust to any of its members or officials during each of the said three years, 1905, 
1906, 1907, whether as travelling or personal expenses, or indemnity for attendance or 
for any other reason whatever. 12. The name of the auditor of the Trust, and the 
date of the audit made of the company's affairs, in each of the said three years, 1905, 

1906, 1907, respectively. 13. A copy of the agreements between the Trust and any muni- 
cipalities on the Island of Montreal, by which the Trust ceded to said municipalities 
any portion of its roads, said copy to be certified by the president and secretary of saia 
Trust. Presented 20th March, 1908.— Mr. MonI: Not printed. 

127. Eeturn to an address of the Senate, dated 24th January, 1908, for a copy of the different 
tariffs in force upon the Intercolonial Railway, in 1896-7 and 1906-7, between Quebec 
and St. riavie, and all intermediate stations between those two points, for the carriage 
of passengers or of goods, under the operation of the winter-tariff and under that of 
the summer-tariff. Presented 24th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr- Landry.. ..Not printed. 

128. Statement of the affairs of the British Canadian Loan and Investment Company, 
Limited, for the year ended the 31st of December, 1907. Presented 25th February, 
1908, by the Hon. The Speaker Not printed. 

129. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, showing how 
much money has been paid since 1896 to the Eclipse Manufacturing Company of 
Ottawa; how much each year; and the general character of the supplies furnished. 
Presented 27th February, 1908.— Mr. Biain Not printed. 

130. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all correspondence between Mr. A. E. Dyment, M.P., and the Department of Marine 
and Fisheries as to granting of pound net licenses in 1905 to Messrs. Low & Roque, of 
Killarney, as also to any other persons; also a list of persons to whom pound net 
licenses were granted in that year. Presented 27th February, 1908. — Mr. Bennett. 

Not printed. 

131. Return to an oi'der of the House of Commons, dated 12th December, 1907, showing: 
1. The number of disputes dealt with under the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 

1907, to the 1st of December, 1907. 2. The dates at which the several applications for 
the operation of the Act have been received. 3. Names of the parties concerned in the 
several disputes. 4. Name of the party making application. 5. Locality of dispute. 
6. Number of persons affected. 7. Nature of dispute. 8. Names of members of board 
of conciliation and investigation where same has been established. 9. Date on which 
board was established. 10. Date of sittings of board. 11. Result of the reference of 
the dispute under Act. Presented 27th February, 1908.— Mr. Smith (Nanaimo). 

Not printed. 

132. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for a copy of 
correspondence, plans, and other data in connection with the flooding of roads above 
the dam at Wilberforce, in Haliburton County, and the proposals, if any, for improving 
said roads and the bridge so as to prevent obstruction of traffic. Presented 27th Feb- 
ruary, 1908.— Mr. Hughes (Victoria and Haliburton) Not printed. 

133. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, for a copy of 
reports, plans, surveys, and other data, in connection with the proposal to construct a 
branch canal from Balsam Lake, on the Trent Canal, to the head of Gull River waters, 
in Haliburton County. Presented 27th February, 1908.— Mr. Hughes (Victoria and 
Haliburton) Not printed. 

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134. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated lltli December, 1907, for a"copy of 
;ill correspondence received by the Department of Agriculture in connection with the 
inspection of meats and the regulations in connection with the Inspection of Meats and 
Canned Foods Bill. Presented 27th February, 1908. — Mr. Clements Not printed. 

134a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
correspondence, telegrams, reports and recommendations in possession of the Govern- 
ment, with respect to the inspection of packing houses, or the Meat Inspection Act, 
including the appointment of inspectors. Presented 25th March, 1908. — Mr. Armstrong. 

Not printed. 

135. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 26th February, 1908, for a detailed statement 
of the expenses incurred during the past three years, in connection with the synoptical 
reports of the debates of the Senate, furnished by the special reporter of that House, 
as well as a statement of the nature and particulars of the agreement with, the present 
reporter. Presented 27th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Wilson Not printed. 

136. Return to an address of the Senate dated 11th February, 1908, showing the amount of 
imports of oxide of aluminum during the years 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, with the 
values of such imports for each one of said years separately. Presented 28th February, 
1908.— Hon. Mr. £«is Not printed. 

136a. Return to an address of the Senate, dated the 11th February, 1908, showing the 
amount of aluminum exported during the years 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, with 
the values of such exports for each one of the said years separately. Presented 28th 
February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Ellis Not printed. 

137. Regulations in virtue of the provisions of the Act 6-7 Edward VII., chapter 16, "The 
Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act." Presented 17th March, 1908, by Hon. VV. 
Templeman Not printed. 

138. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, documents, resolutions and other papers, which have passed between 
the Government of Canada, or any member of the Governrment, and any railway 
company or any individual relating to the building of a railroad from any point in 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, or British Columbia, to Fort Churchill or any point 
on Hudson Bay. Presented 2nd March, 1908. — Mr. Schaffner Not printed. 

139. Copy of an order in council appointing Mr. Samuel Tovel Bastedo, agent on behalf of 
the Dominion Government, to confer with the provincial governments with a view to 
settlement of the Fisheries question. Presented 11th March, 1908.— Hon. L. P. Brodcur. 

Not printed. 

140. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, papers, writings, plans and letters between the Government and the 
International Waterways Commission, on one part, and the St. Lawrence Power Com- 
pany and the Long Sault Development Company, of the other part, with regard to the 
entire damming of the St. Lawrence river, in the vicinity of Cornwall; together with a 
copy of all memorials, letters and resolutions of protest sent to the Government by 
the Board of Trade of Montreal, the Chambre de Commerce, District de Montreal, the 
Shipping Federation of Montreal, tlie Dominion Marine Association, and others. 
Presented 2nd March, 1908. — Mr. Gervais Not printed. 

140fl. Supplementary return to No. 140. Presented 13th July, 1908 Not printed. 

141. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, for a copy of 
advertisement calling for tenders for dredging work on Holland river, Trent Valley 
canal system, tenders iec3ived, schedules showing pries paia, recommendation of person 
for inspector, date of payments made to the contractors, and the contract with con- 
tractor. Presented 2nd March, 1908.— Mr. Ber?Tje<f Not printed. 

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141a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13tli January, 1908, slioniug wliat 
contracts for dredging in the St. Mary's river, Kaministiquia river. Mission river. Port 
Arthur harbour. Fort William harbour, and in Thunder Bay, or of any of the inlets 
or rivers thereof, have been let during the years 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, showing also: 
(a) the names, addresses and calling of all the tenderers in each case; (b". the amount of 
each tenner; (c) the natur.^ and extent of the work to be let in each case; (d) the names, 
addresses and calling of the successful tenderer in each case ; (e) the prices at which 
each contract was let, (/) the nature or form of security for the due performance of 
the work in each case, and (g) the disposition of or change in the form of any such 
security after it was originally given or deposited; also, for a copy of all tenders, 
contracts, bonds or other securities, and of all correspondence relating or incident to 
all or any such tenders or contracts, including all correspondence relating to such con- 
tracts, or incident thereto, before and during the performance of the work and on file 
up to the date of the order for such return. Presented 17th July, 1908. — Mr. Boyce. 

Not privted. 

142. Tieturn to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all orders in council, correspondence, contracts, papers and reports in connection Avith 
the employment of certain experts to prepare a system of accounting and book-keeping 
in the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Presented 2nd March, 1908. — Mr. Foster. 

Not printed. 

143. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated, 11th December 1907, for a copy of 
all correspondence in connection with the application, granting, operation or renewal 
of license and lease conveying the privileges of fishing in Cedar, Moose, Cormorant and 
Clearwater Lakes; also a copy of said license and lease. Presented 3rd March, 190S. — 
Mr. Ames Not printed. 

144. Certain papers referring to Treaty Powers, &c. Presented 3rd March, by Hon. L. P. 
Brodeur Printed for sessional p'lpers. 

145. Return to an order of the House of Commons dated lltli March, 1907, for a copy of all 
papers, affidavits and correspondence between the Government, or any official thereof, 
with the Prince Edward Island Railway, or any official thereof, or any other persons 
in reference to the leasing of the properties of Widow James Wiggins and Charles; 
Malley, at Alberton, Prince Edward Island. Presented 3rd March, 1908. — Mr. Lefurgey. 

Not printed. 

146. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing the 
total aDiount of money paid yearly from the year 1892 to 1st December, 1907, on each 
of tlie following accounts: (a) Salary of Governor General; {b) Travelling expenses of 
Governor General; (c) Expenditure on Rideau Hall, capital account; Expenditure on 
Rideau Hall, maintenance ; Expenditure on Rideau Hall grounds, capital account ; 
Expenditure on Rideau Hall grounds, maintenance; (d) Expenditure on furnishin<<s 
of all kinds for Rideau Hall ; (e) Expenditure on any other account in connection with 
the office of Governor General ; (/) Expenditure on any other account in connection 
witli Rideau Hall and grounds; (g) Total expenditure of every kind yearly since 1892 
in connection with the office of Governor General; (/;) Total expenditure of every kind 
yearly in connection with Rideau Hall grounds. Presented 5th March, 1908.— Mr. 

Wilson (Lennox and Addington) Not printed. 

147. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, for a copy 
of all correspondence, telegrams, orders in council, contracts and tenders, with the 
names, and amounts of each, in possession of the Government, or any member or official 
thereof, respecting the construction of a breakwater at Petit Rocher, on the eouth* 
western side of Bale des Chaleurs, as detailed on page 74 of the Report of the Minister 
of Public Works for the year ended 31st March, 1907. Presented 5th March, 1908.— iUr. 
Taylor Not printed. 

147o. Supplementary Return to 147. Presented Tith June, 1908 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

148. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, showing the 
individual name and place of residence of the captain and crew of each of the Govern- 
ment steamers Lansdowne, Aberdeen, Druid, Brant, Lady Laurier, Minto and Stanley. 
Presented 5th March, 1908.— Mr. 5tan^eW Not printed. 

148a. Keturn to an order of the Senate, dated the 5th of February, 1908, for a statement 
showing, in so many columns : 1. The names of the officers actually employed on board 
of Government vessels or of vessels hired by the Government for the season of naviga- 
tion in the River St. Lawrence. 2. The amount of wages or salaries paid monthly to 
each of them for the period of their annual engagement. 3. The amount of wages or 
salaries paid monthly to those who are only employed for a part of the year. 4. The 
amount of wages or salaries paid monthly to those who, over and above their real ser- 
vice, are paid a part of their wages or salaries during the months in which the vessels 
are laid up for the winter. Presented 20th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Landry. 

Not printed. 

149. Keluvn showing what changes have occurred in the House of Commons branches of 
the Clerk of the House and the Sergeant-at-arms" service since 1st July, 1907. Pre- 
sented 5th March, 1908.— Mr. Owen Not printed. 

150. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, showing: 
1. How many Returns or Sessional Papers have been presented to Parliament in answer 
to motions for the same, since the 1st of January, 1906. 2. How many of these Returns 
were taken out of the Office of Routine and Records, and the Journal Office, by mem- 
bers of this House, since the above date, giving also the name of the member to whom 
delivered. 3. For what length of time such Returns were retained by the members who 
obtained them. 4. How many of these Returns had not been returned to the proper 
officer of the House of Commons on the 1st of January, 1908. 5. In the case of those 
returned, how long they were out with the members. 6. How many of these Returns 
are still in the possession of the members, and how long they have had them. 7. The 
means usually adopted by the Clerk of Routine and Records and the Clerk of Current 
Sessional Papers to have outstanding returns retransferred to their possession. 8. The 
average cost lo the country of preparing these Returns by the various departments 
interested, during the above period. Presented 6th March, 1908. — Mr. Johnston. 

Not printed. 

151. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16tli December, 1907, showing: 1. 
The number of fishing licenses, the names of the parties to whom issued, ami also the 
amounts of the revenues received from each license, on any or all of the lakes in the 
province of Saskatchewan. 2. For a copy of all correspondence in connection with each 
license so issued and in force, or about to be issued. 3. Also for a copy of the different 
forms used for fishing licenses in the province of Saskatchewan. Presented 9th March, 
1908.— Mr. Chisholm (East Huron] ,. . ..Not printed. 

152. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, documents and papers, in the investigation into the case of Mr. O. 
S. Finnie, chief clerk in the gold commissioner's office, Dawson, T.T. Presented 6th 
March, 1908.— Mr. Thompson Not printed. 

153. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, for a copy of 
ail correspondence between Lieut.-Colonel Mallette, of the 64th Battalion, and the 
Department of Militia and Defence, concerning Major Sabourin, of St. John, Quebec. 
Presented 6th March, 1908.— Mr. Bergeron Not printed. 

153a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all correspondence between Lieut.-Colonel Mallette, of the 64th Battalion, and the 
Department of Militia and Defence, for the organization of a regiment iu Valleyfield, 
Quebec. Presented 6th March, 1908. — Mr. Bergeron Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Concluded. 

3 54. Report of the Royal Commissioa on the Quebec Bridge inquiry; also the Report on the 
Design of the Quebec Bridge by C. C. Schneider ; with Appendices. Presented 9th 
March, 1908, by Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19. 

154. (Vol. 2.) Royal Commission Quebec Bridge inquiry. Minutes of proceedings. Evidence 
and exhibits ..Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

2 54a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 12th December, 1907, for a copy 
of all orders in council, correspondence, reports, memoranda, papers and documents, 
«ince the 1st day of January, 1900, relating to the Quebec Bridge, including all reports 
and orders in council, relating to the plans and specifications for the works of the 
■undertaking, or to any approval thereof by the Governor in Council, or by the Depart- 
ment of Railways and Canals. Presented 26th May, 1908. — Mr. Borden (Carleton). 

See No. 1.54. 

Ii54b. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 29th Januray, 1908, for a statement showing: 
1. If the Quebec Bridge and Railway Company has fulfilled the obligation which was 
imposed upon it by clause 4 of the agreement made, between it and the Government, 
on the 19th day of October, 1908, which clause reads as follows : " 4. The company will 
procure su])scriptions for additional stock to the amount of $200,000, sued new stock to 
be issued at a price not below par and to be immediately paid up in. full, the proceeds 
to be applied in the first place to the payment of the discount at which the bonds of 
the company were issued as aforesaid, to wit the sum of $188,721." (Being exactly the 
diSorence between the sum of $472,000, the amount of bonds issued, and the sum of 
$283,279, for which these same bonds were accepted.) 2. When did the company so 
furnish subscriptions for additional work to the amount of $200,000. 3. Who are the 
persons or the companies who divided among them this additional stock to the round 
sum of $200,000. 4. On what date and for what amount did each of these persons or eacb 
of these companies become owner of the aforesaid stock. 5. On what date did each of 
the aforesaid persons or companies pay into the hands of the company the price (in 
part or in whole) of the stock so subscribed. 6. And if this amount of $200,000 was paid 
in full and in what manner, distinguishing the amount paid in cash from the amount 
paid in promissory notes or in any other ways. Presented 2nd June, 1908. — Hon. Mr. 
Landry See No. 154. 

154c. Return to an address of the Senate, dated the 29th January, 1908, showing: 1. The 
amount of money really paid by each of the present directors of the Quebec Bridge and 
Railway Company into the capital stock of the said company. 2. The date each of 
these directojs made each of his payments. 3. Among these payments or instalments 
the proportion or amount that has been paid by means of promissory notes or of 
unaccepted cheques. 4. By whom individually, and for what amount each one. 5. The 
amount of money each of its directors has received from the Quebec Bridge Company 
and from the Quebec Bridge and Railway Company up to this date, directly or indi- 
rectly, personally or otherwise. 6. The nature of the services rendered for which each 
of these amounts was paid. 7. The amount the present secretary has received out of the 
iunds of the company since he has been in the service thereof. 8. The resolution that 
subsequently to the collapse of the Quebec Bridge, within a few days immediately 
following the disaster, the bridge company has voted giving a bonus of $3,000 to its 
president. 9. The name of the funds, out of which the amount of this bonus was raised. 
10. The resolution, if any, the company, on the same occasions, voted to aid the families 
of the victims of that disaster. Presented 18th February, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Landry. 

Not printed. 

155, Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908. showing what 
land has been withdrawn for settlement, or set apart, or sold, for colonization pur- 

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poses, since 1896; the location and amount in each case, specifying townships, sections, 
half or quarter-section; to whom it has been sold, or alienated, and on what terms of 
settlement; the price per acre, on te^-ras of payment, and the nationality of the settlers 
in each colony; when the land was sold, alienated, reserved, or set apart, for such pur- 
pose, in each case; and how many of these companies have complied with their con- 
tracts, and to what extent. Presented 9th March, 1908.— Mr. Sproule Not printed. 

155a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing 
what lands, if any, have been reserved for grazing purposes or for acquisition by mean? 
of irrigation within the tract described as follows: Townships 12 to 19, inclusive, in 
ranges 15 to 21, west of the 4th meridian ; and when such lands were so reserved, and for 
how long it is the purpose of the Government to continue such reservation. Presented 
16th March, 1908.— Mr. Xennox Not printed. 

155t). Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, reports, applications, surveyors' plans and maps, in 
reference to the homestead entries for the southwest quarter of -section 27, township 18, 
range 10, east, in the province of Manitoba. Presented 27th March, 1908. — Mr. Staples. 

Not printed 

155c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, a])plications, recommendations for patent, and all papers jn un> 
way relating to the disposal of or granting of privileges in connection with tlie s.e. J of 
section. 2, township 8, range 2, west of the 5th meridian. Presented 3rd April, 1908. — 
Mr. H err on Not priiited. 

155d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, applications and all other papers and documents relating in any 
way to any and all applications for or in connection with or relating to the southeast 
quarter of section 14, township 12, range 6, west 4th meridian. Presented 6th April, 
1908.— Mr. flerron Not printed 

156. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 2nd March, 1908, showing who 
made the seizures under the Inland Revenue Department in the fiscal years 1906 and 
1907, in Cornwall, London, Ottawa, St. Catharines, Toronto, Joliette and Montreal, an I 
what the seizures consisted of; the name of the party or parties from whom the 
material was seized; the amount realized by the sale of such seized material; and how 
this seized material was disposed of. Presented 9th March, 1908. — Mr. Barr. 

Not printed 

156u. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, showing the 
number of seizures under the Inland Revenue Department in the years 1906 and 1907 , 
the name of the party or parties making the seizure; the description and quantity of 
material seized; the name of the parties from whom the material was seized; how the 
seized material was disposed of, whether by public auction or by private sale, and what 
the amount realized thereon was. Presented 9th March, 1908. — Mr. Barr... Not printed. 

156b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, showing th» 
number of seizures made by the Customs Department for the fiscal years 1905, 1906 and 
1907; the reason for each seizure; the disposition of each case; the amount received 
by the Government, and by the party seizing or giving information in each case; and 
the names of the ports at which such seizures took place. Presented 23rd April, 1908.— 
Mr. Cockshutt Not printed. 

156c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th May, 1908, showing the names 
of all officers employed in the Customs Department at the ports of Niagara Falls, Port 
Erie, Sarnia and Windsor; the rank and duties of their respective appointments, their 
salaries at the time of appointment, present rank, and increase of salary to any of 
these officers since date of their appointment. Presented 4th May, 1908. — Eon. W. 

Paiersov Not printed. 

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157. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th January, 1908, for copies o' 
all documents, petitions, memoranda and correspondence received by the Government 
since 1904, to this day, regarding the amendments to be made to the Inland Revenue 
Act for the purpose of encouraging and protecting still more the Canadian tobacco 
industry. Presented 9th March, 1908.— Mr. Dubeau Not printed 

157a. Return to an order of the House of Com^mons, dated 12th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all correspondence between the collector of customs at Charlottetown, Prince Edward 
Island, and the Minister of Customs, or the Commissioner of Customs, including 
declarations or statements in writing made by Messrs. Donald Nicholson and Evelyn 
B. Harnett, of the Hickey & Nicholson Tobacco Company, Limited, respecting alleged 
infraction of the provisions of the Inland Revenue Act, and of the regulations in 
respect of tobacco and cigars and tobacco and cigar manufactories, by Messrs. T. B 
and D. J. Riley, of Charlottetown, or one of them. Also a copy of the reports of 
William Caven and other otficials and collectors of Inland Revenue; and of all corres- 
pondence, letters and telegrams between the said T. B. and D. J. Riley, or either ol 
them, and the Government, or any department, or officer thereof; and of all corres- 
pondence between the officers of Inland Revenue in Charlottetown and the Government 
or any department or official thereof, respecting said alleged infraction of said Act or 
regulations; and all other correspondence, statements and information in possessioA 
of the Government relating to the matter aforesaid; together with a statement of the 
moneys paid voluntarily or otherwise in settlement or otherwise of penalties for sucb 
infraction of the law, to whom paid, and the date of payment. Presented 16th March, 
1908.— Mr. McLean (Queen's) Not printed. 

158. Papers relating to Trade Conference at Barbados. Presented 10th March, 190S, by Hon. 
W. S. Fielding ^. . . . .Not printed- 

159. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all applications, tenders, correspondence, telegrams, or written communications of any 
kiud, in connection with the sale of certain lands in the Ocean Man, Pheasant Rump, 
and Chasastapsin Indian Reserves, on the 15th November, 1901; together with a copy 
of advertisements of sales, the names of the newspapers in which tliey were inserted, 
and the dates of insertion. Presented 12th March, 1908.— Mr. Lake Not printed. 

160. lletiuu to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing how 
many fire extinguishers were purchased by the Government for the different depart- 
ments of the public service since the 30th June, 1906, to January 1st, 1908; from whom 
they were purchased, and at what price; and the total amount paid for the same. Pre- 
sented 12th March, 190!r.— Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

IGOu. Supplementary Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 
1908, (as far as the Department of ^Marine and Fisheries is concerned), showing how 
many fire extinguishers were purchased by the Government for the different depart- 
ments of the public service since the 30th of June, 1906, to 1st January, 1908; from whom 
they were purchased, and at what price; and the total amount paid for the same. 
Presented 26th March, 1908.— Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

16i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, for a copy 
of all letters, correspondence, plans, surveys, estimates, &c., in connection with the 
proposal to open a waterway in St. Anicet and Ste. Barbe, in the county of Hunting- 
don, from Lake St. Francis to St. Louis River. Presented 12th March, 1903.— Mr. Walsh. 
(Huntingdon) Not printed. 

162. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th March, 1908, for copies of all 
correspondence between the Auditor General and the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries, concerning the travelling expenses of Commander Spain in 1905-6. Presented 
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163. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1908, showing: 
1. The total revenue of Belleville, Ontario, Harbour, for the years 190.3. 1904, 1905, 1906 
and 1907. 2. The expenditure for the years above-mentioned in the harbour; (a) for 
salaries, and to whom, (b) dredging in each year; (c) for building retaining walls along 
the river at entrance of harbour; and (d) to whom or what persons such last-named 
sums were paid. 3. What money, if any, the Government has advanced to the Harbour 
Commistioners of Belleville for improvements, how much and when. 4. If any money 
has been advanced, wliat security the Government holds for repayment of the same. 
6. The tenders received for building the retaining walls for improvement of Belleville 
Harbour, the tenderers, the amount of each tender, and to whom the contract was 
awarded. Presented 13th March, 1908. — Mr. Porter Not printed. 

164. Copy of the order in council appointing Mr. Eichard L. Drury, of Victoria, B.C., as a 
special ofhcer of the Immigration Branch of the Department of the Interior in Japan. 
Presented 17th March, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

165. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, for a copy 
of all letters, telegrams, reports, documents and papers (so far as the same are not of 
a confidential character) in relation to the trial and conviction of one Frederick 
Blunden, for cattle stealing at Macleod, in the province of Alberta, in 1904. Presented 
19th March, 1908.— Mr. Ward Not printed. 

166. Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 17th March, 1908, for a copy of the Minutes 
of the meeting of the Standing Committee of the Senate on Railways, Telegraphs and 
Harbours, held on the 21st and 22nd of May, 1901, be laid on the table. Presented 18th 
Tilarch, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Landry Not prlnled. 

167. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a copy of the 
interim report of the commissioner appointed to investigate alleged irregularities at 
Sorel in connection with construction of piers on Lake St. Peter. Presented 23rd 
March, 1908.— Hon. i. P. Brodeur Not 2}rintcd. 

168. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, showing all 
fines imposed for violation of the Fisheries Act in Division No. 2, Nova Scotia, com- 
prising the counties of Antigonish, Colchester, Cumberland, Guysborough, Halifax, 
Hants and Pictou, showing the amount of each fine, dates on \\hich same were imposed 
and paid, the place of trial in each case, the offence charged, and the names of the 
convicting justices or fisliery officers. Presented 23rd !March, 1908. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

169. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
orders in council, reports, correspondence, documents, letters and papers not already 
brought down, relating to a grant by His Majesty of any Indian reserves in the province 
of British Columbia to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Comijany, or to any officer of 
the company, or to any person on behalf of that company. Presented 24th ilarch, 
1903. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Printed for sessional papers 

170. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th January, 1908, showing the 
amount paid each year for provisions on each of the Government steamers for the last 
three fiscal years, the average complement of officers and men provisioned on each for 
each year, and the cost per man per day. Presented 24th ilarch, 1908.— M?-. Foster. 

Not printed. 

171. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 190S, for a copy of 
all petitions and correspondence relating to the establishment of a post office at ilill 
Settlement, West, and also at north side of Newcastle Creek, in the electoral division 
of Sunbury and Queen's. Presented 26tli March, 1908.— .1/r. Wilmot Not printed. 

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171a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated lltli March, 1908, for a copy of 
all letters, petitions, correspondence and other papers in connection with the applica 
tion to establish a post office at North Grove, in the county of Grenville. Presented 
3rd ^\pril, 1908.— Mr. Reid (Grenville) Not printed. 

171b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all letters, telegrams and petitions, in possession of the Government, or any member or 
official thereof, respecting the dismissal of Mrs. Mary Finlay as postmistress at the 
hea«i of St. Peter's Bay, and the appointment of her successor. Presented 3rd April, 
1908.— iWr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

171c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing the 
number of post offices receiving daily, tri-weekly, semi-weekly, and weekly mails, in 
each county of the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and the total postal 
revenue and expenditure in each of said counties. Presented 3rd April, 1908. — Mr. 
Crocket .. .. .. .. Not printed. 

17 Id. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, petitions, &c., in possession of the Government or any 
member or official thereof, respecting the dismissal of Archibald McDonald as post- 
master at Whim Road Cross, Prince Edward Island, and the appointment of William 
McGinnon as his successor. Presented 3rd April, 1908. — Mr. Martin (Queen's). 

Not printed. 

171e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing 
what complaints respecting the inadequacy of postal service or delays therein, or re- 
specting lack of or defects in postal facilities or means of communications, have been 
received by the Post Office Department since the 1st day of January, 1907, and the 
general nature of such complaints. Presented 29th April, 1908. — Mr. Armstrong. 

Not printed 

171/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, for a copy of ali 
petitions, letters of recommendation, written requests and correspondence with the 
government in connection with the opening of a Post Office Savings Bank in the post 
office at St. Gabriel de Brandon, in the province of Quebec. Presented 29th April, 1908.— 
Mr. Monk Not printed. 

171g. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
correspondence, telegrams, petitions with signatures thereto, in possession of the 
Government, or any member or official thereof, respecting the removal of a post office 
from 'Vngus McDonald's place in Pisquid, Prince Edward Island, to Russell Birt's, of 
the same place. Presented 29th April, 1908. — Mr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

171/;. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence ,telegrams and petitions in the possession of the Government or any 
member or official thereof, respecting the dismissal of Alex. McLeod in 1905, as post- 
master at Yalleyf eld East, Prince Edward Island, and the appointment of his successor. 
Presented 29th April, 1908. — Mr. McLean (Queen's) Not printed 

17 If. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 190S, for a copy 
of all correspondence, telegrams, reports, memoranda, resolutions and any information 
in the possession of the Government, relating to changes in postal charges or regula- 
tions within the past two years, between the United States and Canada. Presented 5th 
May, 1908. — Mr. Armstrong Not printed 

171;'. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, reports and memoranda, in possession of the Govern- 
ment, or any member or official thereof, respecting the establishment of daily mails 
and improvement of the mail service in the county of Queen's, Prince Edward Island. 
Presented 26th May, 1908. — Mr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

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172. Return to an order of the Iloiise of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, ehowing what 
sums of money were paid during the fiscal years 1905-6 and 1906-7 by any department 
of the Government "to the Steel Concrete Company, Limited; for what purpose such 
payments were made; what orders for work or material to be done or supplied by that 
company are now being filled, and the aggregate amount payable for same. Presented 
26th March, 1908.— Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

173. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, showing jhow 
many renewals of placer claims were granted by the Gold Commissioner at Dawson, on 
or subsequent to the 1st of August, 1906, at $10 each ; why the fee of $15, as required by 
6 Edward VII., chapter 39, was not collected in these cases; and what shortages were 
afterwards collected. Presented 27th March, 1908. — Mr. Lennox.. ., .. ..Not priyited. 

173a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, showing how 
many renewals of placer claims were granted by the Assistant Gold Commissioner at 
Whitehorse on or subsequent to 1st of August, at $10 each; why the fee of $15, as' 
required by 6 Edward VII., chapter 39, was not collected in these cases; and what 
shortages have been collected. Presented 30th March, 1908. — Mr. Lennox. .Not printed. 

174. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th January, 1908, showing: 1. 
What sums of money have been paid for advertising and printing, respectively, to the 
Sun and Star newspapers of St. John, N.B., the Chronicle of Halifax, the Echo and the 
Glace Bay Gazette, and the St. John Globe, during the following periods respectively: 
the fiscal years 1904-5, 1905-6, and from June 30, 1906, to date. 2. In what offices or job 
offices the printing is done for the Sun, Star, Chronicle and Echo. Presented 30rh 
March, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

174a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th June, 1908, showing all sums 
of money paid by the Government, or any department or official thereof, during th° 
years 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, for advertising, printing, or for any other 
purpose, or on any other account whatever, to the Sault Express, a newspaper published 
at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, or to any person or persons, firm or company for or in 
respect of any work done by said newspaper for the Government, or any department 
or official thereof; also showing what amounts, if any, are disputed and unpaid, and 
showing for what purpose such moneys were paid, and accounts were incurred, respeij- 
tively, and by what departments, or officials of the Government. Presented 30th March, 
1908. — Mr. Boijcc Not printed. 

1746. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd January, 1908, showing what 
amount has been paid by the Dominion Government for all purposes, from 1st January, 
1904, to 1st January, 1908, to the following papers: Alberta Star, Cardston; Lethbridge 
Herald, Macleod Advance, N anion News, The Frank Paper. Presented 30th March, 
1908. — Mr. Her r on Not printed. 

175. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated loth January, 1908, showing the 
various services on which Mr. Shepley, K.C., has been engaged by the Government 
since 1896, and the amount that has been paid him for salary and expenses for each. 
Presented 30th March, 1938.— Mr. Foster Not printed. 

176. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all orders in council, letters, telegrams, correspondence and papers of every description 
and nature relating to the appointment of the Hon. Arthur Drysdale as justice of the 
Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, and especially all such documents as relate to the date 
of his acceptance of said appointment or the date of his declaration of intention to 
accept the same. President 30th March, 1908.— Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

177. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, showing how 
much has been paid to C. Boone or the Boone Company, since 1896, and the amount 
paid for work in each year at each point where same was performed by said party, 
firm or company. Presented 30th March, 1908.— Mr. Bennett Not printed. 

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178. Maps and plans in connection with the Montreal, Ottawa and Georgian Bay Canal. 
Presented 30th March, 1908, by Hon. W. Pugsley See 178b. 

178a. Further maps and plans in connection with the Montreal, Ottawa and Georgian Bay 
Canal. Presented 13th May, 1908, by Hon. W. Pugsley See 178b. 

178b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th July, 1908. Report of the 
engineer on the Georgian Bay Ship Canal, together with estimates, plans, &c., illus- 
trating the project in its main features. Presented 6th July, 1908.— Hon. W. Pugsley. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

179. Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 12th February, 1908, for a copy of: 1. The 
number of convicts under the age of twenty, and their respective nationalities. 2. The 
number of convicts from the age of twenty and upwards, and their nationalities, in 
each of the penitentiaries under Dominion control, for the years 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 
and 1907. Presented 31st March, 1908.— if on. Mr. Comeau Not printed. 

180. Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 18th February, 1908, showing with respect 
to the two routes of the Transcontinental Railway that were surveyed between Grand 
Falls and Chipman, in the province of New Brunswick, the estimated cost of each of 
the lines, that is to say: 1. The "Back Route," so-called. 2. The St John Valley 
route. With the following details : (a) Cubic yards of ordinary excavation and fills ; 
(6) culjic yards of loose rock; (c) cubic yards of solid rock; (d) cubic yards of concrete; 
(e)miles of steel trestle and cost; (/)number and cost of bridges. And with respect to 
the " Back Routes," giving the last-mentioned details as regards the following sub- 
divisions of that route: 1. Grand Falls and Tobique River. 2. Tobique Rivet- and 
Intercolonial Railway. 3. Intercolonial Railway and Chipman. And is it the intention 
to adopt a pusher grade in the route selected? Presented 31st March, 190S. — Hon. Mr. 
Thompson Not printed. 

181. Return to an order of the Hoiise of Commons, dated 6th February-, 1907, for a copy of 
all letters, accounts, vouchers, cheques, correspondence and documents relating to any 
amount paid to Mr. R. T. Mcllreith, barrister, of Halifax, for legal services, by the 
Government of Canada, during each of the fiscal years ending, respectively, 30th day 
of June, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 and 1906. Also relating to all amounts similarly paid to 
any legal agent or representative of the Government at Halifax during each of the 
fiscal years ending respectively, 30th June, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896 and 1897. 
Presented 1st April, 1908.— Mr. Crocket Not printed. 

181a. Supplementary return to No. 181. Presented 3rd April, 1908 Not printed. 

182. Copy of order in council relative to the appointment of the Honourable Walter Cassels, 
a commissioner to investigate and report upon certain statements contained in the 
Report of the Civil Service Commission, reflecting upon the integrity of the officials of 
the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Presented 2nd April, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier Not printed. 

182a. Correspondence between Sir Wilfrid Laurier and tlie Honourable Mr. Justice Cassels 
on the subject of the appointment of the latter to investigate and report upon certain 
statements contained in the Report of the Ci\il Service Commission, reflecting on the 
integrity of the officials of the Department of ilarine and Fisheries. Presented 7th 
April, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

182b. Correspondence between the Honoiarable !Mr. Aylesworth and the Honourable Mr. 
Justice Cassels on the subject of the appointment of the latter to investigate and report 
upon certain statements contained in the Report of the Civil Service Commission, 
reflecting on the integrity of the officials of the Department of Marine and Fisheries. 
Presented 19th April, 190S, lay Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

182c. Letter of instructions from the Minister of Justice to George H. Watson, Esq., K.C , 
respecting the appointment of the latter as counsel to act with Honourable Mr. Justice 
Cassels in the investigation upon certain statements contained in the Report of the 

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Civil Service Commission, reflecting on the integrity of the officials of tLe Department 
of Marine and Fisheries. Presented 1st May, 1908, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth. 

Noi printed. 

182d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, showing alt 
commissions of inquiry appointed between 1896 and 1908, the dates of appointment 
thereof, the names of the commissioners appointed and the secretary and counsel, or 
others appointed to assist them, the purpose or object of each such commission, Uie 
date of report of each such commission, what legislation, if any, has been enacted in 
consequence of such commissions and reports, the cost of each such commission, includ 
ing salaries, travelling expenses, witness fees, fees of counsel, and other assistants, and 
for printing, distinguishing each separately. Presented 5th ^lay, 1908. — Mr. Porter. 

Not printed. 

183. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1907, showing the 
various Marconi stations established by the Government, their location, the cost of 
construction and maintenance of each, the messages sent by each, the rate of tolls and 
the receipts, and all contracts, reports, papers and correspondence, in connection there- 
with. Presented 3rd April, 1908.— Mr. Foster Not printed 

183a. Supplementary Return to Xo. 183. Presented 11th May, 190s Not printed. 

184. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, shots ing what 
quality or quantity of goods or supplies have been furnished by the Office Specialty 
Company to the Dominion of Canada in every department of the service since 1896, and 
the total amount for each year. Presented 3rd April, 1908.— 3/r. Bennett. .Not printed. 

185. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, for a copy 
of a memorial addressed to His Excellency the Governor General, respecting a refer- 
ence to the Privy Council in regard to the constitutionality of the Saskatchewan Act 
passed by the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan on the 23rd May, 
1906; together with a copy of all correspondence, telegrams or other communications, 
relating thereto, between the Dominion Government or any member thereof, and the 
Government of Saskatchewan or any member thereof. Presented 31st March, 1908.— 
Mr. Lake Printed for sessional papers. 

186. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all reports, plans, specifications, tenders, correspondence, telegrams, and all other 
papers, documents, and other information in connection with the construction of the 
Hillsboro' Bridge and approaches, including land purchases necessary therefor. Pre- 
sented 6th April, 1908.— Mr. Le/wrgcy Not printed. 

187. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, showing what 
action, if any, has been taken by this Government since 19th March, 1903, which would 
have for its object the removal of the cattle embargo upon Canadian cattle entering 
Great Britain. 2. For a copy of a resolution said to have been passed some years ago 
by the committee on agriculture, which requested that the Minister of Agriculture of 
the Dominion should invite the ministers of the different provinces in the Dominion to 
form themselves into a committee, whose object was to lay before the Government pi 
Great Britain the importance of removing the cattle embargo. 3. Also showing what 
efforts, if any, have been made by the Minister of Agriculture to comply with the 
wishes of the above-named committee so expressed; together with a copy of the report, 
if 'any, of the same to the House, and what efforts have been so made; with what reason, 
if any, the Government assigns for not taking action in the matter. Presented 6tl) 
April, 1908.— Mr. 4rmsfroj!g Not printed. 

188. Census and Statistics, Bulletin V., Agricultural Census of Ontario, Quebec and .'the 
M.Tvitime Provinces, 1507. Presented Gth April, 1908, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. A'ot printed. 

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189. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all memorials, documents, telegrams, and correspondence between the government of 
Prince Edward Island and the Government of Canada since 30th June, 1904, witth 
respect to the non-fulfilment of the terms of union and for claims for damages in 
respect thereof. Presented 7th April, 1908.— Mr. McLean (Queen's) Not printeJ. 

190. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, reports, memoranda, resolutions, and any other informa- 
tion in possession of the Government or any member or official thereof, respecting the 
construction of branch railway lines in Prince Edward Island. Presented 13tli April, 
1908. — Mr. Martin (Queen's) ■ .Not printed. 

101. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all orders in council, reports, documents, correspondence and papers, from the 1st day 
of January, 1907, to the present time, relating to the passage of United States wai* 
ships or training ships through the St. Lawrence canals and Great Lakes, including 
a statement showing the number of United States war ships or training ships which 
have passed through the St. Lawrence canals during that period, and a statement of all 
such war ships or training ships now on the Great Lakes, and particulars of the 
tonnage, horse-power, armament and crew of such war ship or training ship, and of the 
naval reserves or other naval forces of the United States Government, or of any State 
Government upon the Great Lakes; also all correspondence respecting the proposed 
passage of the gunboat Nashville through the St. Lawrence canals and river on her 
way to the Great Lakes next summer. Presented 7th April, 1908. — Mr, Taylor. 

Not printed. 

192. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for copies of 
all papers, representations, memorials and correspondence had with the Minister of 
Finance or any member of the Government in reference to the proposed action of the 
Government through or in conjunction with the banks, to facilitate in a financial way 
the movements of the grain from the western provinces of Canada. Presented 7th 
April, 1908. — Mr. Foster Not printed. 

193. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, showing: 
1. HoAv many drill halls have been constructed or are under construction by the Gov- 
ernment since 1896. 2. In what localities these buildings have been constructed, and the 
cost of construction in each case. 3. What military organizations exist in the respective 
localities in which these drill halls have been erected, and the numerical strength of 
each such military organization. Presented 7th April, 1908. — Mr. Worthington. 

Not printed. 

194. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated March, 1908, for a copy of all 
orders in council and regulations maie by the Governor in Council, or prescribed by 
the Minister of Customs under the provisions of chapter eleven (11) of the Acts of 
1907, (6 and 7 Edward VII.), relating to materials to be used in Canada for the 
construction of bridges or tunnels crossing the boundary between the United States 
and Canada, and all similar regulations or legislative or administrative ijrovisions of 
the United States Customs Laws relating to such materials. Presented 8th April, 
1908.— Mr. Clements Not printed. 

195. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th January, 1908, for a complete 
list of the publications in Canada enjoying the newspaper rate. Presented 8t]i April, 
1908.— Mr. Cocfcs/iutt Not printed. 

196. Partial Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 17th March, 1908, for a copy of 
the service-roll of the Garrison Artillery Companies of Ottawa and Morrisbiirg, giving 
names of the militiamen who were on active service, and who weie in barracks at J'ort 
Wellington, Prescott, during the months of November and December, 1865, and during 
the months of Jantiary, February, March, April, May and June, 1866; and also a 

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statement showing what was the daily pay paid to the soldiers of these two corps and 
that which the militiamen belonging to Company No. 2 of the Ottawa Field Battery 
received at the same time, or that which was received by other corps of the Military 
District of Ottawa, which were also called out for active service. Presented 8th April, 
1908. — Eon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

I197.Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 16th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
orders in council, reports, memoranda, agreements, contracts and other documents and 
papers of every kind, nature and description, from the 1st of January, 1900, up to the 
present time, relating to or touching the Dolkese or Dokis Indian reserve, or touching 
the surrender thereof of the timber thereon, and especially all such documents as 
aforesaid as relate to any proposals or arrangements for the surrender of any rights 
by the Indians in the said reserve or in the timber thereon, or to the sale or disposal of 
the said timber or any part thereof. Presented 9th April, 1908. — Mr. Borden (Carleton). 

Not printed. 

197<!. Supplementary return to No. 197. Presented 2ud July, 1908 Not printed. 

1976. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a copy of 
all opinions of the Minister of Justice, or Deputy Minister of Justice, or any official of 
the Department of Justice, to the Minister of the Interior or any official of the Depart- 
ment of the Interior, with respect to the Metlakatla and Songhees Indian reserves, or 
either of the said reserves, since the 1st day of January, 1906. Presented 22ud April, 
1908. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

197c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, for a copy of all 
petitions, memorials, documents, correspondence and papers touching any matters, 
transactions or negotiations between the Department of Indian Afiairs and the council 
of the Six Nations reserve, or the chief or chiefs of the said council or the Indian 
Rights Association or Warriors' Association, from the 1st day of January, 1906, to the 
present time. Presented 18th May, 1908. — Mr. Lake Not printed. 

198. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 19C8, for a copy of 
contract and all correspondence in connection with purchase of cement from E. A. 
Wallberg, by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, to heighten Heath Point. Pre- 
sented 13th April, 1908.— Mr. 5fapZe« Not printed. 

199. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, showing,: 
1. What amount the firm of H. N. Bate & Co has received from each department of 
the Government since the year 1896 for supplies, giving the amount paid each year 
soparately. 2. What amount the firm of W. C. Edwards & Co. has received from each 
department of the Government since the year 1896 for supplies, giving the amount paid 
each year separately. Presented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

200. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
petitions, letters and applications, by or on behalf of " La Societe Canadienne d'im mi- 
gration et de placement,"' for assistance from the Government, and the answer by the 
Government or its officials to the same. Presented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Monk. 

Not printed 

201. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy, as it 
appeared printed in the Yukon World and Official Gazette for nine months of the finan- 
cial year 1906-7, of a synopsis of mining regulations referred to in the Auditor 
General's Report, 1906-7, at page L — 37, and also setting forth the number of times thf 
said advertisement appeared in the newspapers referred to in the time stated. Pre- 
sented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Lennox Not printed 

202. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th February, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, leases or other papers in connection with the leasing or proposed 
leasing of Kananaski Falls, on the Bow river. A copy of all correspondence and other 

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papers in connection with the selling or otherwise disposing of 1,000 acres or any lauds 
to the Calgary Power and Transmission Company (Limited). A statement showing an 
estimate of about the number of acres and territory owned by the Stony Indiaoi 
lleserve, held in trust for the Indians, the said statement showing the quantity on each 
side of Bow river. Presented 13th April, 1908. — Mr. Beid (Grenville) Not printed. 

203. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, for a copy of 
all correspondence, telegrams, memoranda and reports, between the Government and 
its officers and solicitors and the provincial or territorial governments, in regard to 
the cases taken to test the liability for taxation of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company in the cases Rural Municipality of North Cypress vs. Canadian Pacific 
Railway; Rural Municipality of Argyle vs. Canadian Pacific Railway; Springdale 
School District vs. Canadian Pacific Railway; together with copies of all judgments of 
the courts before whom the cases were tried, and of the refusal of the Judicial Com- 
mittee of the Privy Council of the application for leave to appeal to that court. Pre- 
sented 21st April, 1908.— Mr. Lafcc Not printed. 

204. Copy of a Report of the Privy Council approved by His Excellency the Administrator 
on the 21st April, 1908, on a memorandum dated 20th April, 1908, from the Minister of 
Public "Works, recommending that the order in council of the 30th March, 1908, 
providing for the continuation of certain contracts therein mentioned for dredging at 
various places in the provinces of Ontario and Nova Scotia be cancelled. Presented 
23rd April, 1908, by Hon. W. Piigsley Not printed. 

205. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th April, 1908, showing claims 
for damages to property, or personal injury or loss or damage on the Intercolonial 
Railway, which have been settled since 1st January, 1908; nature of the claims so 
settled; amount of damage claimed in each case; the settlements arrived at, and the 
names of .the persons so settled with. Presented 27th April, 1908. — Hon. G. P. Graham. 

Not printed. 

205fl. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, for a copy of the 
Report of the Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals, and the Deputy Minister of 
Maiir.e and Fisheries in reference to their meeting with delegates of the Boards of 
Trade of Prince Edward Island at Charlottetown in June last, to take into considera- 
tion the removal of the heavy freight and passenger rates on the Prince' Edward Island 
Railway and the Intercolonial Railway, and on freight and passenger rates to and 
from Prince Edward Island; also all correspondence, telegrams, &c., in possession of 
the Government or any member or official relating thereto, and otlier questions dis- 
cussed at said meeting. Presented 27th April, 1908. — Mr. Martin (Queen's) .Not printed. 

205b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy of 
ail letters, telegrams and other documents relating to an accident which happened at 
Mulgrave, Nova Scotia, on tlie 3rd of December last, whreby Captain James Forrestall 
lost his life; and also the evidence taken at the investigatio)i subsequently held by 
officers of the department and the report made thereon. Presented 7th May, 1908.— 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

205c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showiyig the 

number of trains, both freight and passengtr, on the Intercolonial Railway breaking 

. down or detained from defects in engines during the months of October, November and 

December, 1907, and the causes of such defects. Presented 18th May, 1908.— Mr. Reid 

(Grenville) Not printed. 

205d. Return to an order of the House of Commons^ dated 6th April, 1908, showing the 
number of locomotives on the Intercolonial Railway out of service on the 31st December, 
1907, and the date of purchase of each engine out of ser^ice, from whom purchased, 
type of engine, passenger or freight, haulage capacity, when in efficient state of repair, 
when put out of service, and when last used. Presented 18th ilay, 1908.^Mr. Reid 

(Grenville) Not printed. 

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205e. Eeturn to an order of the House or Commons, dated 6tli April, 1908, showing thi> 
number of tons of new steel rails lying along the line of the Intercolonial Railway 
unused, date when purchased, if required, and when to be used. Presented 18th ifay, 
1908.— Mr. Beid (Grenville) Not printed. 

205/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, showing the 
number of locomotives in service on the Intercolonial Railway on the several Sundays 
in the months of October, November and December, 1907, hauling freight trains. 
Presented 18th May, 1908.— Mr. Reid (Grenville) Not printed, 

205g. Return to an order of the Senate, dated the 12th May, 1908, for a copy of ell the corres- 
pondence exchanged in 1906 and 1907, between Mr. L. C. A. Casgrain, of Nicolet, and 
Messrs. J. Butler, Deputy Minister of Railway and Canals, and T. C. Burpee, engineer, 
or any other pei-sons in the Department of Railways and Canals, on the subject of the 
fences along the line of the Intercolonial Railway across the county of Nicolet and the 
neighbouring counties. Presented 21st May, 1908. — Hon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

205/i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th June, 1908, for copies of all 
accounts, vouchers, correspondence and other papers relating to a payment of $8,399.68 
to K. Falconer in connection with New Accounting System on Government Railways, as 
set out at Page W— 192, Report Auditor General, 1906. Presented 10th June, 1908.— 
Hon. G. P. Graham Not printed. 

205j. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, for a copy of all 
correspondence, telegrams, reports and recommendations in possession of the Govern- 
ment, or any member or official thereof, with respect to improved railway service on 
the Belfast and Murray Harbour Branch Railway. Presented 10th June, 1908.— 
Mr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

206. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th March, 1908, for a copy of 
all papers necessary to bring the information contained in Sessional Paper No. 90, 1907, 
up to dale. (Rnbins Irrigation Company.) Presented 28th April, 1903. — Mr. iines. 

Not printed, 

207. Certified copies of Reports of the Committee of the Privy Council, dated 30th March, 
1908, and 16th April, 1908, approved by His Excellency the Administrator, and of the 
28th April, 1908, approved by His Excellency the Governor General, on certain estimates 
of expenses in connection with the celebration of the founding of Quebec by Samuel de 
Champlain, submitted by the National Battlefields Commission for the sanction and 
approval of the Governor General in Council. Presented 30th April, 190S, by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier Printed for sessional papers. 

208. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, for a copy of all cor- 
respondence, reports, telegrams, resolutions, petitions, &c., in possession of the Govern- 
meJit or any member or official thereof, respecting the demand of the Charlottetown 
Board of Trade or any person in Prince Edward Island, for federal legislation to give 
sailing vessels and steamers equal rights in their proper loading turns at the coal ports 
in Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Presented 5th May, 1908. — Mr. Marti7i (Queen's). 

^ Not printed. 

209. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 10th April, 1908, showing: 1. The number of 
automatic low pressure acetylene gas buoys which liav6 been purchased by the Govern- 
ment during the years 1904-5-6-7 from the International Marine Signal Company, of 
Ottawa, giving each year separate, and the prices paid for the same. 2. Whether ten- 
ders were called for their supply ; if so how many tenders were received, from whom, 
and the prices at which they were offered. 3. How many other gas buoys, beacons, 
whistling buoys and light appliances were purchased from the same company during 
the same period of time, the prices paid for the same; whether any tenders were called 
for ; if so, the names of the tenderers and the prices asked. 4. The quantity of the 
carbide purchased by the Government during the years 1903-4-5-6-7, the price paid, from 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19—Coniinued. 

whom purchased and whether by tender or otherwise. Presented 6th May, 1908.— Hon. 
Sir Mackenzie Bowell ..Not printed. 

210. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 30th January, 1908, showing: 1. lias Mr. 
Michel Simeon Delisle, of the parish of Portneuf, in the county of Portnenf, merchant, 
and, since 1900, member of the House of Commons, at any time after the general 
elections of 1896, received any sum of money whatsoever coming from the federal 
treasury. 2. If so, when, how much, and for what object at each time. Presented 6th 
May, 1908.— lifon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

211. Keturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1908, for a copy of the 
report made by Mr. Victor Gaudet as a result of the investigation held by him into 
charges preferred against E. Eoy, foreman of works, under the Department of 
Marine and Fisheries; and of the evidence in connection therewith. Presented 11th 
May, 1908.— flon. L, P. Brodeur Not printed. 

212. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th March, 1908, for a copy of all 
correspondence, telegrams, reports, and all other information, not already brought 
down, in possession of the Government or any member or official thereof, in reference to 
winter communication, and the construction of a tunnel between Prince Edward Island 
and the mainland of Canada. Presented 2nd July, 1908.— Mr. Martin (Queen's). 

Not printed. 

213. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, for a copy of 
all tenders, contracts, correspondence, plans, specifications, certificates, schedules, and 
all other papers and documents, including settlement, agreements, claims or adjust- 
ments thereof, relating to the contract of Messieurs Murray & Cleveland to do the work 
at the eastern gap at Toronto Harbour, which work was completed in or about the 
year 1896. Presented 14th May, 1908.— Mr, Macdonell Not printed. 

214. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th April, 1908, for a copy of all 
letters, telegrams, memoranda and correspondence of every kind between the Minister 
of Marine and Fisheries, or any officer of his department, and any person or persons, 
respecting the purchase of supplies for the Department of Marine and Fisheries at 
Quebec, St. John, New Brunswick and Halifax, during the years 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895 
and 1S96. Presented 14th May, 1908.— Mr. Johnston Not printed. 

215. Copy of a treaty between Great Britain and the United States concerning the fisheries 
in waters contiguous to the Dominion of Canada and the United States, signed at 
Washington on April 11, 1908. Presented 19th May, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

215a. Correspondence, orders in council and despatches in connection with the negotiation 

of a treaty between Great Britain and the United States concerning the fisheries in 

waters contiguous to the Dominion of Canada and the United States> Presented 4th 

June, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers, 

216. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th January, 1908, showing the 
total expenditure by the Department of Public Works in Prince Edward Island over 
the following periods: 1873 to 1378; 1878 to 1896; 1896 to 1907; and the total expenditure 
by the Public Works Department in Prince county over periods 1873 to 1878; 1878 to 
1882; 1882 to 1887; 1887 to 1891; 1891 to 1896; 1896 to 1900; 1900 to 1907, respectively. And 
the expenditures by the Public Works Department in the counties of Queen's and 
King's for the years and the pmiods of years above-mentioned. Also the total expendi- 
tures in saLd province by the Post Office Department, the Department of Railways and 
Canals, and the Department of Militia and Defence. And further, the total expendi- 
tures by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, including the development, propaga- 
tion and preservation of the fisheries, and in the maintenance of winter communication 
across the Northumberland Straits, for the years and periods of years above referred to. 
Presented 26th May, 1908.— Mr. Le/urgey Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19— Continued. 

217. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th December, 1907, for a copy of 
all correspondence, contracts and appointments of overseers in respect to Port Burwell 
Harbour, in the county of Elgin, Ontario, since Ist January, 1907; also a return 
showing pay-sheets, amount of new material used, from whom purchased, of all day or 
contract work on the said harbour, giving names of overseers and by whom appointed 
for the same. Presented 26th May, 1908. — Mr. Marshall Not printed. 

218. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1908, showing the name? 
of all persons who furnished supplies to the steamer Petrel between the 31st March, 
1907, and 30th April, -1908, the amount paid to each such person, and the date of each 
payment. Presented 4th June, 1908. — Mr. Chishohn (Huron) Not printed. 

219. Returu to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th February, 1908, (a) showing 
the revenue contributed by the province of British Columbia for each and every year 
from 1872-3 to 1905, inclusive, under the following heads: 1. Customs. 2. Chinese 
Innnigration. 3. Inland Revenue, Excise, Weights and Measures, Gas Inspection, 
Electric Light Inspection, Methylated Spirits, Sundries. 4. Post Offices. 5. Public 
Works, Telegraphs, Esquimalt Graving Dock, Casual. 6. Experimental Farm. 7. 
Penitentiary. 8. Marine and Fisheries, Sick Mariners' Fund, Steamboat Inspection, 
examination of Masters and lUates, Casual and Harbours, Fisheries. 9. Superannua- 
tion. 10. Dominion Lands and Timber. 11. Vancouver Assay Office. 12. Miscellaneous. 
13. Public Debt. 11. Any other source. And (b)showing expenditure by the Dominion 
of Canada on account of the province of Britisli Columbia, for each and every year 
from 1872-3 to 1905, inclusive, under the following heads : 1. Public Debt. 2. Charges 
of Management. 3. Lieutenant Governor. 4. Administration of Justice, Judges, &c. 
5. Penitentiary. 6. Experimental Farm. 7. Quarantine. 8. Immigration. 9. Pensions, 
&c. 10. Militia. 11. Public Works, Buildings, Harbours and Rivers, Dredging. 12. 
Telegraphs, Agency. 13. Mail subsidy. 14. Marine and Fisheries, Dominion Steamer.*;, 
Lighthouses, Meteorological Marine Hospital, Steamboat Inspection, Miscellaneous, 
Fisheries, Fisheries Inspection, Hatcheries. 15. Indians. 16. Subsidies. 17. Dominion 
Lands. 18. Customs. 19. Inland Revenue, Excise, Weights and Measures, Gas and 
Electric Light. 20. Esquimalt Dry Dock. 21. Post Office. 22. Chinese Immigration. 
23. Defences, Esquimalt. 24. Chinese Immigration Inquiry. 25. Bounty on Minerals. 
26. Miscellaneous. 27. Vancouver Assay Office. 28. Railway Subsidies. 29. Any other 
source. Presented 10th July, 1908.— Mr. Ross (Yale-Cariboo) . .Printed for distribution. 

220. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd February, 1908, showing during 
the last ten years how much money has been expended by years by this Government 
for printing and lithographing done outside of Canada; and for what reason such 
work was done out of Canada. Presented 4th June, 1908. — Mr. Macdonell. .Not pointed. 

221. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th June, 1908, for a 
copy of the evidence taken in the Montealm-Milu-aulcee collision case, and a copy of the 
decision of the wreck commissioner and of the assessors on the collision. Presented 
5th June, 190S.— Hon. L. P. Brodeur Not printed. 

222. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, for the pro- 
duction of the following: 1. A copy of the appointment of Doctor Edmond Savard, of 
Chicoutimi, as paymaster for the county of Chicoutimi. 2. A copy of the instructions 
given to him as such regarding the validity of the receipts. 3. A copy of all corres- 
pondence that took place between Doctor Edmond Savard and the Department tif 
Public Works of Canada in regard to the St. Fulgence pier, in the county of Chicou- 
timi. 4. A copy of all correspondence that took place between the Auditor General and 
the Department of Public Works regarding the said Doctor Edmond Savard, pay- 
master, concerning the St. Fulgence pier. 5. A copy of all the pay lists in connection 
with the said St. Fulgence pier during the period of time that the said Doctor Savard 

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7 Edw. VII. List of Sessional Papers. A. 1908 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19— Continued. 

was paymaster. 6. A copy of all the pay lists for works done to the wharfs of Chicou- 
timi and St. Alexis during the time that the said Doctor Savard was paymaster.. 
Presented 9th June, 1908. — Mr. Bergeron Not printed. 

223. Eeturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1908, showing: 1. All 
lands or interests in lands granted by the Government to the Temperance Colonization 
Society, together with the dates of such grants, description of lands granted, 
consideration paid, or terms upon which such lands were granted, and all 
other particulars of sale. 2. Showing the terms of settlement or otherwise upon 
which such lands were granted, or held by the Society, and the conditions or 
regulations in force from time to time regarding such grants, and the holding 
thereof respectively. 3. Showing wherein or in what respect and with respect to what 
lands, the said Society lived up to, and complied with such conditions and regulations, 
and wherein the Society failed to comply therewith. 4. Showing what lands, if any, 
have been reclaimed by the oGvernment from the Society for such non-compliance 
with such terms and conditions, or for any other cause or reason. 5. Showing what 
lands the said Society still hold, as far as known. 6. Showing whether the said 
Society is still in existence, and if so, who compose the same as far as known. 7. Also 
for a copy of all correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders in council, or other docu- 
ments in possession of the Government, relating to the said Society or the lands 
granted thereto. Presented 10th June, 1908. — Mr. Macdonell Not printed. 

224. "Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing the 
number of men and the quantity of supplies, material and mails transported op 
Government account over the Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway, the 
Calgary and Edmonton Eailway, the Lake Manitoba Railway and Canal Company, and 
the Winnipeg Great Northern Railway, with the cost of same at current transport 
rates, since the beginning of the contract arrangements made with each, up to date. 
Presented 17th June, 1908. — Mr. Foster Not printed. 

225. Supplementary Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 
1906, for : 1. A copy of all leases and agreements between the Government, repre- 
sented by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, and (a) the Athabasca Fish Com- 
pany (J. K. McKenzie, Selkirk, Manitoba), or their assigns, Messrs. Butterfield & Dee; 
(b) A. McNee, Windsor, Ontario; (c) the British American Fish Corporation, of 
Montreal and Selkirk (F. H. Markey). 2. A copy of all reports, correspondence or 
documents, relating to or touching upon the application for securing of, transfer of, 
or enjoyment of any privileges under said leases. 3. A statement of all rentajs, 
bonuses, or payments to the Government in respect of such leases to date. 4. All 
information in the possession of or procurable by the Government with reference to 
(a) the number of tugs, boats and men employed; (b) the quantity and value of nets 
used; (c) the number and value of fish taken; (d) the quantity of fish exported under 
each of said leases during the last period of twelve months, for which such figures are 
available. Presented 26th June, 1908. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

226. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a copy of all 
contracts, papers and other documents between the Government or the Department of 
Militia and Defence, or any member thereof, or any one acting for or on its behalf, and 
the Sutherland Rifle Sight Company, or any one acting for or on its behalf, relating to 
the purchase of rifle sights or any other materials. Presented 26th June, 1908 — Mr. 
Worthington Not printed. 

227. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 18th June, 1908, showing the tonnage entered 
at St. John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S., for the years 1905, 1906 and 1907. Also the value 
of imports for the same years at St. John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S., and also the value 
of exports for same year from St. John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S. Presented 7th July, 
1908.— Hon. Mr. Domville Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19— Continued. 

228. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1908, for a copy of a 
memorandum by Major General P. H. N. Lake, C.B., C.M.G., Inspector General, upon 
that portion of the Report of the Civil Service Commissioners, 1908, which deals with 
the Military Administration of the Militia. Presented 13th July, 1908.— Sir Frederick 
Borden Printed for distribution. 

229. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th January, 1908, showing the 
population of each town, village or other place in Canada, in which any public building 
has been erected at the expense of Canada since 1st January, 1897, or for a ipublic 
building in which any public money has been voted, expended or appropriated since 
that date, together with a statement of the amount voted, expended or appropriated 
in each case, the total cost of each such building, the estimated total cost of any such 
building not yet completed, the purpose of each siich building in each instance, the cost 
of the annual maintenance and upkeep thereof; and so that the said statement shall 
show the information aforesaid by division of the said towns, villages or other places 
in the following classes : Those having a population not exceeding 2,000, 3,000, 4,000, 
5,000, 6,000, 7,000, 8,000, 9,000, 10,000; also giving the names of all other towns and vil- 
lages in Canada of each of the said classes in which no such public biiildings have been 
erected up to the present time. Presented 13th July, 1908— Jlf?. Borden (Carleton). 

Not printed. 

230. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 2nd July, 1908, showing: 1. The names of 
all senators and members of the House of Commons who have been appointed to office 
of emolument during the years 1896-7-8-9, 1900-1-2-3-4-5-6-7 and 8. 2. The name of the 
office to which eacli senator and member was appointed. 3. Tlie salary attached to each 
office. Presented 14th July, 1908. — Hon, Mr. Landry Not printed. 

231. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th February, 1908, for a copy of 
all petitions, letters, correspondence, reports, documents, papers, and other informa- 
tion in relation to the granting of a license in the year 1905 to E. H. McLennan and G. 
A. Redmond, both of River John, Nova Scotia, for the erection of a factory and to fish 
lobsters, with the date of such license. Presented 16th July, 1908.— Mr. McLean 
(Queen's) Not printed. 

231a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1908, for a copy 
of all correspondence, telegrams, petitions, orders in council, applications for licenses, 
in possession of the Government or any member or official thereof, respecting the 
granting of lobster fishing and packing licenses in Prince Edward Island for the year^ 
1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907-8, and the report of the inspectors thereon. Presented 18th 
,lu!y, 1908.— Mr. Marf in (Queen's) Not piinloi. 

232. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th December, 1907, showing: 
The amounts paid by the various departments of the Government since July, 1896, for 
sites for the following purposes, respectively: (a) court houses; (b) Royal Northwest 
Mounted Police purposes; (c) jails or penitentiaries; (d) armouries; (e) post offices; (f) 
Daminion lands office; (g) land titles offices; {h) customs offices; (i) inland revenue; (?) 
weights and measures; (fc) other Dominion Government purposes, in the following 
villages, towns or cities, respectively: Winnipeg, Brandon, Regiua, Moosejaw, Medicine 
Hat, Lethbridge, Calgary, Macleod, Cardston, Pincher Creek, Red Deer, Lacombe, 
Wetaskiwin, Edmonton, Battleford, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Yorkton and Dauphin. 
Presented 17th July, 1908.— Mr. McCarthy (Calgary) Not printed 

233. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1908, for a copy of 
specifications, tenders, contracts, orders in council, extension or renewal of contract-^ 
in connection with Quebec Harbour improvements in 1903, and subsequently; and of 
all letters, correspondence and memoranda in connection therewith ; and also a state- 
ment of the sums of money paid on account of the work in and subsequent to 1903. 
Presented 17th July, 1908.— Mr. Lennoa: Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19— Concluded. 

234. Copy of a telegram from hhe Canadian Manufacturers' Association relative to the 
woollen industries, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier's reply thereto. Presented 18th July, 1908, 
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

234a. Ciirrespondenoe, &c., from the Canadian Manufacturers' Association relating to the 
woollen industries in Canada. Presented 20th July, 1908, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Not printed. 

235. Return to an order of tlie Senate, dated 6th May, 1908, calling for copies of all corres- 
pondence with the Department of Inland Revenue and officers, referring to analysis of 
fertilizers and for the decision of the department on questions raised during ^he 
yeais 1906, 1907 and 1908, to date. Presented 18th July, 1908.— 77on. Mr. Domville. 

Not printed. 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

REPORT 



AUDITOE (lENERAL 



NINE MONTHS ENDED MARCH ;'. 

1907 

VOLUME I 

PARTS A P 

PRTNTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 
PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 
EXCELLENT MA.TESTY 
1907 
[No. 1—1908] 



7-8 EDWARD VII. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A. 19C8 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



VOLUME T. 



liilrociiictii)n 

Treiusury Board Ov(.'r-ruling.s 

Miscellaneous Statements— 

Aflvertising and Printing 

Legal K\|»enses 

Departnu lit Salaries — Siiuiuiaiy. 

Arrears Due 

Appropriation .\<coiints 

Suinmarips iif Rfvenue 



Page. 



A- 7 I 

P,- 2 '■ 

B-11 ll 

B-12 V 

C- 2 

C— 59 ! 



VOLUME I. -Cow. 
Details of Exjicndituri and Rtviniu — Con. 



D'Oii/x of h'.i/-i H'liliiii inid l!< 



Agrioiiltuie I (I'pl. Kxpcuditiire 

.1 Hevenilf 

Auditor (Generals Oftioc— Expcnditun-. . 

Custoins Dept. — Expi^nditupH 

M Re^'enuc 

Finance Di'i>t. 7<>xpenditure 

Eevennc 

( Jcological Survi-V" Expeiiditurr 

Fievenue 

Governor Cieneial's Oftice — p]xpenditure 

Indian Affair.s Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Inland Revenue Dept. — Expenditure. . . . 

" Reve ue 

Interior Dept. — Expenditure 

■• Revenue 



l>— 2 
I) -70 
E - 2 
F— 2 
F— 39 
G- 2 
G— 3S 
H- 2 
H- 9 
1-2 
J- 2 
J —133 
K- 2 
K— 26 
L- 2 
L-84 



Page. 



Ju.stice Dept. — E.xjienditure 

Revenue 

Lal)oni' Dept. Kxiienditure 

Revernie 

LegislatiiiM Expenditure 

Revenue 

MMriiie Hiid l-'islii-ries l>ep(. IvxpeiiilituM 

l!e\ ellUe . I 

\ oiJMi: 11. I 

! 
Militia :iii<l DeLiice iJ.pt. ilxpeliditure.. i 

lievenile... . 
H.N.W.M. I'..liee Kxiienditure 

Revenue. . . 

post t mice DepL E\penditui.- 

Revenue 

friiitiiig and St.itinnery Depl. 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Privy Council Oftice— Expenditiue. . . ' 

Public Works Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Railways and ('auals D(-pt. Expenditure. 
■• Revenue. . . . 

Secretary of State'.> Dept. — Expenditure. 

Revenue 

Trade and Commerce Dept. — Expenditure 
Revenue . . . 



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7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 



RKPOirr OK THK AUDITOR GENERAL 



I have the honour to transmit the Report of tlie Auditor General for Canada for 
the nine months ended 31st March 1907, including statements in detail of the Expen- 
diture and Revenue of the Dominion of Canada for that period. 

I have to report that there have been no Treasury Board over-rulings of the Auditor 
General's decisions since the date of my last report. 

' J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 
Ottawa, November 9, 1907. 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

I i» (I ()-(! 7 



PART A 



TREASURY BOARD OVER-RULINGS 



TREASURY BOARD OVER-RULINGS OF THE AUDITOR GENERALS 
DECISIONS BETWEEN THE SESSIONS OF 1906-7 AND 1907 8. 



None. 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART B 



MISCELLANEOrS STATEMENTS 



ADVERTISING, PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING: DEPARTMENTAL 
SALARIES AT OTTAWA; LEGAL SERVICES; ARREARS DUE. 



1— iB 



B-2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Advertising, Printing and Lithographing. 



Suuiniaryi 



•? cts. 

Advertising I 141,736 06 

Printins: and lithograi)hing . .527,453 40 



Advertiiiing . 



669,189 46 



Agriculture Department 

Finance Department 

Governor General's Secretary's Office ....■■"■ 

Indian Affairs Department ... 

Interior Department t 77, 

Justice Department 

Legislation .... 

Marine and Fisheries Department 

Militia and Defence Department 

Northwest Mounted Police 

Post Office Department 

Public Works Department . 

Railways and Canals Department 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island] Railway 

Transcontinental Railway 

Trade and Commerce Department 



:j21 53 
516 61 
347 05 
,519 65 
009 41 
786 74 
38 13 
588 20 
109 66 
829 32 
,262 12 
,006 45 
393 05 
,.536 06 
706 06 
,456 37 
109 65 



Printinij and Lithographing. 



Agriculture Department 

Auditor General's Office 

Customs Department 

Finance Department 

Geological Survey 

Governor General's Secretary's Office 

Indian Affairs Department 

Inland Revenue Department 

Interior Department 

Justice Department . . .• 

Labour Department 

Legislation 

Marine and Fisheries Department 

Militia and Defence Department 

Northwest Mounted Police 

Post Office Departinent 

Privy Council 

Public Printing and Stationery Department 

Public Works Department 

Railways and Canals Department 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Transcontinental Railway 

Secretary of State Department 

Trade and Commerce Department 



141,736 06 



44,663 86 

105 86 

.5,500 04 

110,216 23 

22,194 68 

221 50 

673 19 

50,917 58 

107,529 26 

482 20 

10,491 12 

12,581 57 

5,545 47 

2.642 67 

402 60 

72,542 94 

75 50 

3,130 68 

723 99 

3,748 77 

62,932 82 

4,772 37 

2,744 53 

120 25 

2,493 72 

527,453 40 



Note. — This statement does not included printing done for the returning officers for elections, nor 
f^rtising and printing paid out of Yukon local revenues, nor the purchase of special editions. 



ADYERTISIXG, PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Acton Vale Revue . . . . 

Alameda Dispatch 

Alexandria News 

Almonte Gazette.. .... 

Amheist News 

Amherst News-Sentinel . 

Amherst Sentinel 

Amherstburg Echo . . . . 

Antigonish Casket 

Areola Star 

Arichat Canso Times. . 

Arichat Record 

Armstrong Advance. . . . 

Arnprior News 

Arnprior Watchman . . . . 
Arthaba.skaville Union . . 
Arthur Enterprise-News 

Athens ReiX)rter 

Atlin Claim 

Aurora Banner 

Aylmer Review 

Ayton Advance . 

Bale St. Paul Echo 

Baldur Gazette 

Banff Crag and Canyon . 
Barrie Examiner. . . . 

1, Gazette 

Battleford, Large, F. J. 

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Beams ville Express 

Beeton World 

Belleville- 
Advance 

Chronicle 

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Berlin — 

Canadian Colonist. . . . 

Glocke 

Journal 

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Blairmore Times : 

Blenheim News 

Blyth Standard 

Bobcaygeon Independent. . . 

Boissevain Globe 

Book of Canada 

Bowmanville Statesman 

Brampton'Banner and Times 

Brandon Sun ... 

Brantford Expositor ' 

Bridgetown vtonitor { 

Brighton Ensign i 

Broadview Express i 

Brockville Rocorder 

Bruce Mines Spectator 

Brussels Post • • • 

Buckingham Post 

Burlington Gazette 

Burk's Falls Arrow 

Caledonia Banner 

H Gold Hunter 

Calgary Albertan .... 

II Review . . 1 

Campbellton, Anslow Bros. . ■ 



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Carberry News 

Cardston Alberta Star 

Carleton Place Herald 

Carlyle Herald 

Carman Leader 

Carnbrook Reporter 

Carnduff Gazette 

Caron Enterprise 

Carstairs Joui-nal 

Cayuga Advocate 

Charlottetown, P.E.I.— 

Examiner' 

Guardian. 

Haszard & Moore 

Huntley, G. W 

Islander 

Murley & (iarnhum 

Patriot 

Pioneer 

Chatham, N.B.— 

Benson, J. F 

Commercial 

Chatham, Ont. — 

Canadian 

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Chatsworth News 

Chesley Enterprise 

Chicoutimi Progress 

II Travailleur . . 

Claresholm Review 

Clark's Harbour Coast Guide 

Clarksburg Reflector 

Clifford Express 

Clinton New Era 

Coaticook Observer 

Cobourg World . 

Colbot ne Enterprise 

Collingwood, Ont. — 

Bulletin. 

Enterprise-Messenger 

Comber Herald 

Conrad City Miner 

Copper Cliff Courier 

Cornwall Freeholder 

Cranbrook Herald 

Creemore Star 

Crystal City Courier 

Cumberland Enterprise 

Cypress River Prairie 

Dartmouth Patriot 

Weeks, J. M... 

Dauphin Press 

Davidson Leader 

Dawson — 

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Sheet Metal Works 

World.... 

Deloraine Times 

Deserontf News 

Digby Courier 

Dresden Times 

Dundas Banner 



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140 64 

31 44 
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Dunnville Chronicle . . . 

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Durham Chronicle 



11 Review 

Edmonton — 

Bulletin 

Courier 

Herald 

Eganville Leader 

Elmsdale Lance 

Embro Courier 

Emerson Journal 

Enderby Progress 

Essex Free Press 

Estevan Mercury 

Fenelon Falls Gazette. . . . 
Fergus News-Record. . . . 

Fernie Free Pres.s 

M Ledger 

Fillmore Press 

Flesh er ton Advance 

Ford wick Record 

Forest Free Press 

Fort Francis Times 

Fort Saskatchewan Reporter 

Fort William Herald 

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Fraserville St. Laurent 

Fredericton Gazette 

Herald 

Gait Reformer 

Gananoque Reporter 

Glace Bay Gazette 

Gladstone Age 

Glencoe Transcript 

Goderich Signal 

Golden Star 

Gore Bay Reformer. 

Grand Forks Sun. 

Grand Valley Star 

Greenwood Times 

Guelph Mercury 

Halifax, N. S.— 

Allen, T.C. & Co 

Blackadar Bros , . 

Chronicle 

Echo 

Gazette 

Herald 

McNab, \Vm . 

Recorder 

S. S. Worker 

Hamilton, Ont. — 

Herald 

Spectator 

Times 

Hanley Herald . . 

Hanover Post 

Harriscon Tribune 

Hastings Star 

Hawkesbury Echo 

Hensall Ob.server 



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Heward Chronicle 11 25 

Hillsboro Journal 14 25 

Holstein Leader 15 42 

Hull Advance 122 90 

1, Spectateur 89 95 

Humboldt Journal 11 25 

Huntsville Fore.ster 6 00 

Indian Head Witness 68 76 

Ingersoll Chronicle 266 15 

Sun 42 28 

Innisfail Free Lance .53 59 

Iroquois News 34 10 

Joliette Etoile du Noid 35 55 

Kalso Kootenian 5 00 

Kamloops Sentinel 57 90 

Keewatic Enterprise 28 64 

Kelowna Courier 24 45 

Kenora Miner and >; ews ... 30 60 

1, News 51 12 

Kentville Chr<micle 72 89 

Killaruey Guide 40 00 

Kincardine Reporter 41 29 

Kingston, Ont. — 

British Whig 992 82 

Canadian Freeiiian 371 60 

Churchman .36 00 

Queens Quarterly ... 100 00 

Lachute News 7 20 

Lacombe Globe 73 32 

Ladysmith Ledger 96 17 

Lakefield News 25 65 

Lanark Era.. 12 06 

Leamington News 15 61 

Leduc Enterprise 9 60 

Lethbridge Herald 136 74 

News 9 00 

Levis (^uotidien ... 547 15 

Lindsay Post . . 72 40 

Listowel Banner 21 24 

Little Current Expositoo. ... 35 31 

Liverpool Advance 84 20 

London, Ont. — 

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Farmer's Advocate 

L'Orignal Advocate 

Louise Bridge Herald 

Lumsden News Record 

Lunenburg Progiess 

M Progress-Enter- 
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Macgregor Herald 

Macleod Advance 

Magrath Pioneer 

Manitou Sun 

Maple Creek Signal 

Markham Economist 

Massey North Shore News . . 

Manitou Sun 

Meaford Express 

Manitou 

Medicine Hat News 

Melford Moon 

Militia Progress 

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Middleton Outlook 

Midland Free Press 

Milestone Mail 

Milbrook Mirror 

Milton Champion 

M Reformer 

White, R 

Minnedosa Mercury 

Mitchell Recorder 

Moncton, N.B. — 

Ayer, P. D. & Co 

Evangeline 

Hawke, J. T 

Transcript 

Montma^y Courier 

Montreal, C^ue. — 

Album Univorsel 

All Round Guide 

Almanach du Peuple 

Argus 

Benallack Lith. & Ptg. Co. 

Bonesnal, A 

Bulletin 

Canada 

Canada Office Su|)ply Co. 

Chronicle 

Cultivateur 

Daws jn, Chas. F 

Desbarats & Co 

Foundling and B. Hospital 

(irove3-Constant, .J. C . . 

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International Ry. Guide . . 
~ International Ry. Pub. Co. 

.lewnsh Times 

Journal of Commerce. . . 

•Journal de Fra'icaise 

Kaplansky, A. L 

Liberal Clubs 

Libraire Beauchemin 

Mining Review 

Moniteur du Commerce . . . 

Montreal Directory 

Montreal LithographingCo 

Patrie 

Perrault Printing Co 

Presse 

Prix Courant 

Resources 

R. X. W. M.P. Souvenir.. 

Samedi 

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Standard Photo Eng. Co. . 

Trade Review 

True Witness. 

Witness 

World 

Moose .Taw Times 

Moosomin Spectator 

Morden Chronicle 

Morrisburg Herald 

Mount Forest Confederate. . 

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46,816 27 71,607 99 



Nanainio Herald 

Nanton News 

Napanee Express 

Xeepawa Press . 

Nelson News 

Newcastle .Justice 

Union Advocate.; 

Newmarket Era [ 

New (xlasgow Chronicle.... 

Gazette 

Times 

New Liskeard Herald 

Speaker 

New Westminster News. . . . 

Niagara Falls Review 

Niagara-on-the-Lake Times. 

North Battleford News 

North Sydney, N.S— 

Church Work 

Enterprise . . 

Herald 

Sydney Mines Star 

Norwood Register 

Oak Lake News 

Okotoks Review 

Orangeville Banner 

Orillia News Letter 

Times 

Osliawa Reformer 

Ottawa, Ont. — 

American Bank Note Co. . 

Britisli American Bank 
Note Co 

Bureau, A. & Freres . . . 

Canada (xazette 

Citizen 

Crain, Rolla L. Co., Ltd. . 

Crown LithographingCo.. 

Danebrog 

Dipper 

Dominion P resbj'terian. . . 

Esdale & Martin 

Fotheringham & Popham. 

Free Press 

( iuide Book 

Hope, James & Son 

•Journal 

Military Gazette 

Mortimer Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Paper Box Co 

Ottawa Printing Co 

Perrault, A 

Pritchard - Andrew.-; Co., 
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Taylor, R. J 

Temps 

Thicke, W. H 

United Canada 

Owen Sound Sun 

Oxford .Journal 

Paisley Ad vocate 

Paris Star-Transcript 

Parrsboro Leader 

Parry Sound Star 

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Pembroke Observer 

Penetanguishene Herald . . 

Pense Advance 

Perth Courier 

Peterboro' Examiner 

Times - 

Petrolea Topic 

Pickering News | 

Picton, Ont., Times. j 

Pictou, N.S., Advocate | 

. Pilot Mound Sentinel I 

Pincher Creek Echo 

Plumas Leader 

M Standard 

Point Tupper Mail 

Ponoka Herald 

Port Arthur Chronicle 

Port Elgin Times 

Port Hawkesbiiry Journal . . 

Port Hood Greetings 

Port Hope Guide 

Port Maitland Bluenose 

Port Perry Observer 

Star. .. ., 

Portage la Prairie Graphic. . 
H n Manitoba 

Liberal 

Prescott Journal 

Prince Arthur Advocate. . . , 

Princeton Star 

'Quebec, Que. - 

Anglers' Guide 

Chronicle 

Dussault & Proulx. ....... 

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Gazette .... 

Libre Parole 

Saturday Budget 

Semaine Commerciale 

Soleil 

Telegraph 

Vigie 

Quyon Pontiac Advance .... 

Rainy River Gazette 

Rapid City Reporter 

Raymond Chronicle 

Red Deer Advocate 

Red River Advocate 

Regina Leader 

II Standard 

Renfrew Mercury 

Reston Recorder 

Revelstoke Kootenay Mail. . 
Mail Herald. . . . 

Richibucto Review 

Richard's Landing Herald . . 

Richmond Times 

Richmond Hill Nassau Press 

Ridgetown Plaindealer 

Rimouski Progress 

Ripley Express 

Roberval Lac St. Jean 

Roland News 

Rossland Miner 



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Russell Banner 

Sackville Tribime 

Sarnia Observer 

„ Post 

Saskatoon Phoenix 

Sauit Ste Marie Express 

Star 

■• Telegraph. . 

Seaforth Expositor 

Selkirk Expositor 

Shawinigan Falls Industrial. 

Shelburne Gazette 

Sherbrooke Progres a I'Est. . 
II Stevens & Price. 

Shoal Lake Star 

Simcoe Reformer 

Smith's Falls Rideau Record 

Somerset Century 

Sorel Courier 

II Gazette 

Souris Plaindealer 

Southampton Beacon 

Springhill Tribune 

Stayner Sun 

Stellarton IVIining Record. . . 

Stonewall Argus 

Strasburg Mountaineer 

Stratford Beacon ... 

Strathcona Plaindealer 

Strathroy Age 

Streetsville Review-Herald. . 

Summerside Journal 

II Pioneer 

Sussex Maritime Farmer . . . . 

II Maritime Pub. Co 

II Record 

Swan River Gimlet 

Swift Current Sun 

Sydney Record 

II Reporter 

St. Andrews Beacon 

St. Catharines Journal 

St. George News 

St. Hyacinthe Tribune 

II Union. . . . . . 

St. Jean Canada Fran9ais . . . 
St. .Jerome Avenirdn Nord.. 
St. John, N.B.^ 

Armstrong, E. J 

Barnes & Co 

BoM'es, J. A 

Day, Geo. E 

Gazette 

Globe 

Knowdell, (ieo. A 

Maritime Baptist 

Monitor 

McGowan Mfg. Co 

McMillan, J. & A 

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St. Thomas Journal 

Thames ville Herald 

Thessalon Algoma Advocate. 

Thornbury Standard 

Tignish Impartial 

Tilbury Times 

Tilsonburg Liberal 

Tiverton Watchman 

Toronto, Ont. — 

Ale.xander Engraving Co. . , 

Architect 

Briggs, Wm ..... . ... 

Bryant Press 

BrowTi Bros., Ltd 

Canadian Almanac 

Canadian Baptist 

Canadian Churchman. . . . 

Canadian Magazine 

Canadian Manufacturer. . 

Canadian Newspaper Co. . . 

Can. Time Recording Co. . . j 

Catholic Register \ 164 10 

Central Electric & School 

Supply Co., Ltd 

Central Press Agency 

Christian Guardian 208 00 

Congregationalist 164 54 

Contract-Record 28 00 

Copeland Chatterson Co., 

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Davis & Henderson 

Dominion Supply Co 

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Globe 4.041 65 

Grip, Lt'd 

Harcourt, E. H. & Co., 

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Hardware and Metal 25 00 

Letter Leaflet 7 50 

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Murray Printing Co ' 

National Electrotye and ' 

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North Ender 

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Railway & Marine World . 

Ross & Ross 

Saturday Night 93 26 

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Toronto Engraving Co .... [ 

Toronto Lithographing 
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Toronto Type Foundry 
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Trenton Courier 23 70 

Truro Midland PrintingCo. . . 

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Uxbridge Journal I 5 00 

Valleyfield Progress ; 22 65 

Vancouver, Clarke & Stuart, j . . , 

World I 840 38 

Vaukleek Hill Review 7 00 

Vegreville Observer 27 00 

V'^ennilion Signal 97 82 

Vernon Okanagan 13 20 

Victoria, B.C.— 

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Cusack, TIios. R 

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Wabigoon Star 

Walkerton Telescope 

Wallaceburg Herald-Record . 

Waterford Star 

Waterloo Chronicle-T e 1 e - 

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Welland Tribune 

West ville Free Lance j 

Wetaskivvin Post 

1, Times 

Whitby Claremont Banner. . 

Gazette 

White Horse Star 

Wiarton Echo 

Windsor, N.S., Hants Jour- 
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Windsor, Out., Progress 

« Record 

Wingham Times 

Winkler Volkszeiting 

Winnipeg, Man. — 

Arnaud Advance 

Breidablik 

Canada 

Canada Posten 

Canadian Farmer 

Canadian Hungarian 

Commercial 

Commercial Traveller 

Dolson, G. P 

Farmer's Advocate 

Franklin Press 

Free Press 

Grain Dealer's Journal . . . 

Icelandic Almanac 

Lewis, C 

Logberg 178 48 

Nordwesten 497 35 

Nor'West Farmer 246 28 

Ouest-Canada I 14 02 

Rugg, E. W. Co 

Scotsman i 15 00 

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104 62 
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425 40 
32 29 

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R. N. W. M. Police 

British and Forcirjn. 

Interior Dept 

Finance Dept 

Trade and Commerce 

Total 


§ cts. 
92,545 93 

33,276 11 

484 35 
19 35 
27 00 

14,765 46 
51() 61 
101 25 


.? cts. 
504,043 17 

22,2.59 80 
418 00 

244 80 


Press 




Woodstock, Ont. - 

Sentinel-Review 




Yarmouth Herald 

If Lawson, .T. M.. 


396 38 


H Telegram 

York ton Enterprise 


65 21 
21 28 

92,545 93 


91 25 


Carried forward 


141,736 06 


527,453 40- 





LEGAL EXP ESSES AND TAXED COSTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



B 9 



190o-(j I 1906-7 

Legal Kxpeiiseti and Taxed Costs: Siiiniiiary by Departiiieiitw. 

12 months. ' 9 months. 



!I56 43 

86 50 

2,163 42 

332 01 

3.964 86 

514 99 

4,797 02 

18.776 27 

200 00 

800 00 

12,389 02 

2.405 84 

144 40 

7,. 523 87 

42.784 .38 

216 09 

2.52 02 

98,337 12 



'Agriculture 

Auditor (ieneral 

Customs 

Finance. . . 

Indian .A.fFairs 

Inland Revenue 

Interior 

.Justice 

Lalx)ur 

Legislation 

Marine and Fisheries 

Militia and Defence 

Post Office 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police 
I Trade and Commerce .... 



235 72 



1,782 60 


253 19 


2,352 76 


488 80 


5,078 91 


10,649 63 


4.988 70 


3,057 13 


4,980 21 


48 00 


4,046 33 


29,192 04 


7-50 


201 i 82 



67,368 34 



L<eu;al Expenses and Taxed 
<'osts. 



Adolph & McKay, Brandon 

Alain. M. L., Chicoutimi 

.A.le.\ander, E. A., London, Eng , 

-\llaire, Jos., (^i^iebec 

Annour, Douglas, Montreal 

Attorney General of Ontario, fees t. 

B. H. Keefer 

Aubin, M. A. L., Sorel 

Barker, C. H. , Nanaimo 

Barry, J. H., Fredericton 

Barwick, Walter, Estate, Toront( > . . . . 

Baxter & McLellan, Vancouver 

Beauregard & Delage, St. Hyacinthe. 

Bedard, J . E., Quebec ". 

Bell, F. H., Halifax 

Belzile, L. de G., Pte a Cote 

Bisson, E. A., Valley field 

Boomer, G. A., Toronto 

Borlace, Geo. E., Sherbrooke 

Bown, Dawson, &c., Edmonton 

Bradsijaw, Richards, &c., Winnii)eg. . 

Bruce & Fair, Collingwood 

Buell & Botsford, Brockville 

Byrne, J. P., Bathurst 

Cantin, P., Quebec 

Cartwright, J. R., Toionto 

Chisholm, A. G., London 

Chii^holm, D. C, Antigonish 

Chisholm, .Tas., Hamilton '. 

Chrysler, Bethune, &c., Ottawa 

Clarry, L. F., Hastings 

Cline, C. H., Cornwall 

Collier, H. H., Windsor 

Cooke, J. P., Montreal 

Cook, J. W., Montreal 

Cook, Wm. , Quebec 

Cormack, J., Edmonton 

Cormier, J. L., St. Hyacinthe 

Cowan & Towers, Sarnia 

Daniels, O. T., Bridgetown 

Davidson & Wainwright, Montreal. . . 
Davis, Marshal] & MacXeill, Van- 

cf)uver 



Le«;al 



expenses and Taxed 
Costs - Con. 



cts. 



( 'ari-ied forward 



130 00 i 


(H) 40 ' 


155 69 


6 60 


246 66 1 


271 90 


42 35 


53 20 


69 59 


76 26 


75 00 


25 35 


112 50 


30 00 


2 14 i 


26 00 


10 00 


35 34 


100 00 


22 10 i 


8 09 


10 00 


293 90 


35 00 


100 00 


.■)00 00 


36 00 


204 80 


577 91 


21 67 


160 95 


109 86 


200 00 : 


1,768 87 i 


3,750 00 i 


110 00 i 


43 40 


64 25 ; 


194 50 1 


529 15 ! 


294 50 ! 


10,563 93 



Brought forward 10,563 93 

Davy, G. H., Iroquois 22 00 

Delage, A., St. Hyacinthe 46 55 

Dennison, H. L., Digby 45 00 

Descarreau.v, E. D., Deschambault. . . 26 17 

Desjardins, H.. Hull .^ 60 

Des Rivieres, E., < Quebec 43 00 

Dickson, T., Macleod 223 10 

Donkin, W. F., Amherst 10 Od 

Drysdale & Mclnnes, Halifax 112 .50 

Duhamel, J. E., L'Assoniption .38 30 

Dumont, Albert, Becancour ! 29 47 

Duncan, Howard J , Vancouver ' 1,0'X) 00 

Dupy, J. B., Contrecceur | 77 90 

EUis & Brown, Vancouver : 22 45 

Ewart & Osier, Ottawa 2,585 01 

Falconer, A., Montreal 3,950 00 

Fairweather, F. L.. Sussex . 60 25 

Farley, J., Port Bur well 67 99 

Foraii, T. P.. Hull 4.39 (X) 

Forgie, J. G., Pembroke I 1,486 20 

Fox, Chas, New York j 361 71 

Freeze, J. A., Sussex ' .5(i 64 

Erie], Jas., Dorchester 1,391 60 

Gariepy, W., Edmonton i 230 0»i 

Gibbons, Har|)er, &c., London [ 1,375 09 

Graham, R. H., New Glasgow. . : ! 70 00 

Guertin, .J. E., Lambton i 33 85 

Harrison, P. P.. Cumberland 36 75 

Hart, McHarg. W. , Vancouver 42 00 

Haszard, F. L.. Charlottetown .• 109 18 

HaughtoD. Lennox, Barrie 1..500 'K) 

Herrington. W. S.. Napanee 2u 00 

Hogg, W. D.. Ottawa 1.288 08 

Howay, F. W. , New Westminster .... 370 00 

Howeil. Hudson, &(;., Winnipeg 740 41 

Inman, G. S., Montague 13 04 

Irving. R. A., Buctouche ' 25 00 

Jackson. T. W., Whitehorse i 737 -on 

Johnstone, T. C. Regina ! 55 fK) 

Jones, W. T., Woodstock ' 40 iiO 

Kehoe. J. J., Sault Ste. Marie 10 00 

Carried forwani 29,3SS 27 



B-10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Legal Expenses and Taxed 
Costs — Con. 

iirought forward 

Keith. J. F.. CoViourg 

Keith. M. S. , Moncton 

Kelloch. F., Perth 

Lafreniere, J. B. T., .Sorel 

Lamarrhe, V., Montreal 

Lanctot. H., Montreal 

Langley & Martin, Victoria 

Langlois J., Fra.serville 

Latchford & Daly, Ottawa 

Lawson, Thos., Andover 

Lebel, L. P., New Carlisle 

Le Beuf, C, Montreal 

Legavilt, J. N. , Vaudreiiil 

Lemire, J. A., Three Rivers 

Lind.saj', S. E., Hagersville 

Lussier, J. A., St. Johns 

Lyle, R. F., Morrisburg 

Me Alpine, E. H., St. John 

McAvov. D., VaUeyfield 

MaeCoil. H. C, Frobisher 

McComber, A. J., Port Arthur 

MacDonald, C. de W., Edmonton. . . . 

McDougal, D. J., Ottawa 

Mac(Tiliivrav, J. F., Kenora 

Mc(xrady, Wm.. Port Arthur 

Macllreith & Tremaine, Halifax 

MacKay, A. A., Port Hawkesbury. . . 

McKay, John, Sault Ste. Marie 

Mackay, S. A.. Montreal 

McKenzie, Hugh, Truro 

McKenzie, M. . Macleod 

McKenzie, P. E., Kenoru 

McKeown, H. A., St. John 

McKeown. W. K. , Sweet.sburg 

McLean, D. H., Ottawa. 

McLeod, Neil, Summerside 

McPherson, E. A., Portage la Prairie. 

McPherson, R. U., Toronto 

Maedonald, J. A. , Rossland 

Macdonald & McPherson, Portage la 

Prairie 

Macdonald, vShepley, &c., Toronto . . . 

Macdonnell, D. G., Vancouver 

Mackie, J. F. , Montreal 

Maepherson, J. A., Kincardine 

Madden. Win. M.. San Francisco. . . . 

Martin, Alexis, Victoria 

Mous^^eau, J. A., Ste. Anne de la 

Perade. notary 

Medd & Davidson 

Mellish, H., Halifax 

Carried forward 



§ CtS. 




2<),388 27 


2 02 1 


7 00 1 


25 W 


36 4.5 


67 00 1 


32 W 




10 00 




71 45 




827 23 


1 


30 00 




41 00 




U») 00 




37 05 ; 


55 10 ! 


5 00 1 


100 74 1 


519 11 


749 87 


26 30 : 


18 45 


33 00 




40 07 




40 00 




50 00 




14 80 ' 


6.101 61 


79 05 


. 34 30 1 


90 00 


60 46 


125 (X) i 


5 00 i 


578 64 1 


25 00 


1,000 00 


3 00 


9 18 


1,840 74 i 


395 50 ; 


5 00 1 


3.126 06 ' 


725 74 


30 00 


5 00 


100 00 ] 


20 00 1 


588 70 


116 22 


15 00 




47,406 11 



Le^al Expenses and Taxed 
Costs — Con. 



Brought forward. 



Metcalfe, Sharpe, &c., Winnipeg 

Mills, N. M., St. Stephen. 

Moisan, W. A., Drummondviile . . . . 

Murphy. D., Ashcroft 

Murphy & Fisher, Ottawa 

Murray, A. G., Gore Bay 

Murray, Wm., Campbellton 

Ne.sbitt, W., Toronto 

Noel, Auguste, Daw.sou 

Panet, E. A., St. Raymond 

Pattullo, J. B.. Dawson 

Pelton, S. H., Yarmjutti 

Pettitt, G. H., Welland 

Phalen, R. F., North Sydney 

Phaleu, T. M., North Sydney 

Philp & Kilgour, Brandon 

Richards & Ackroyd, Vancouver. . . . 

Ritchie, C. H., Toronto 

Robertson, Marj' E. . (taxed costs) . . . 
Robinson & Green, St. Thomas. 

Robitaille & Roy, Quebec 

Roger, G. M. , Peterboi-ough 

Rolph & Brown, Toronto 

Roth well & Johnson, Winnipeg 

Russell, Chas. & Co , London, Eng. . 

Russell & Ru.ssell, Boston 

Ryan, Bickerdike, &c., Montreal. . . . 

Scott & Briggs, Revelstoke 

Sherren, J. C, Moncton 

Short. J., Calgary 

Sinclair, Jno. G 

Slaght, Slaght, &c., Simcoe 

Smith, Mackey, &c., Montreal 

Straton, James, Saskatoon , . 

Swanson, J. D.. Kamloops 

Taschereau, C. E., Quebec ... 

Taschereau & Cannon, Quebec 

Tessier, Hon. A., Rimouski 

Thibault, Jos., Ste Anne des Monts. 
Thompson & Kennedy, Wolseley . . . . 
Tucker & Patterson, Owen Sound . . . 

Vachon, A. O., Thetford Mines 

Vallee, J. D. P., Roberval. 

Washington & Beazlev, Hamilton. . . 

Webb, F. L., Colljorne 

Wilson, C. A., Montreal 

Wilson. H. G. W.. Indian Head. . . 

Winslow, W. C, Chatham 

Winter, J. S., St. John's 

Wurtele. C. J. C. , Sorel 



S cts 



47,406 11 

44 05 

61 40 

87 60 

356 85 

213 64 

30 00 

10 00 

200 00 

1,236 00 

198 65 

535 00 

242 50 

247 C8 

71 85 

122 06 

16 22 
7 00 

• 500 00 

404 91 

1,971 18 

66 80 

179 50 

2 00 

1,153 84 

3,4.51 60 

200 00 

65 00 

46 50 

236 00 

17 75 
23 06 

150 00 

3,720 63 

60 11 

16 10 

3,246 69 

235 51 
44 25 
16 35 
36 25 
10 00 
15 00 
30 (M) 
10 00 
14 40 
60 0<i 
35 0<t 
38 90 

125 00 

100 00 



67,368 34 



DEPARTMENTAL SALARIES AT OTTAWA 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ell 



Departmental Salaries at Ottawa : Summary. 



Totals 

12 months. 

1905-6. 



■S cts . 

159,948 19 : 
65,625 62 I 

1.56,6.56 69 1 
94,580 59 
93,388 14 
16,396 03 
76,814 31 
69,346 81 

420.904 73 
54,911 49 
17,684 71 
55,890 89 

186,5.^0 01 ' 
25,006 11 . 
109,163 17 
162,254 32 
23,800 05 • 

305.905 06 
59,830 64 
34,384 43 

211,253 32 
94,754 42 
42,252 84 
22,105 36 



I>e|>sirtiiieilt»>. 



2,559,407 93 



Agriculture 

Auditor Cxeneral's Office 

Customs 

Finance 

Geological Survey. 

Governor General's Office 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Legislation — .Senate 

II Commons 

II Library 

Marine and Fisheries 

Militia and Defence 

Roval N. W. Mounted Police. 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery 

Privy Council 

Public Works 

Raihvaj's and Canals 

Secretary of State 

Trade and Commerce 



Page. 



Civil 
Government. 



S cts . 

-6 70,409 15 

-3 54,870 38 

-5 I 52,224 46 

-4 : 48,598 27 

-3 50,687 50 

-2 12,700 22 

-5 52.201 72 

-4 37,.S32 04 

-13 127,273 73 

-3 30,807 65 

-2 13,304 16 

-5 

-15 

-19 

-4 64,720 81 

-6 42,978 35 

-3 12,300 00 

-8 240,390 55 

-4 30,123 53 

-2 30,391 50 

-18 38.962 56 

-7 42,131 90 

-3 33,754 73 

-2 17,741 64 

1,103,904 79 



Outside 
Votes. 



Totals 

9 months 

1906-7. 



8 cts. I s ets. 

72,457 45 j 142,866 60 

! 54,870 3S 

73,366 83 12.5.591 29 

25,810 02 74,408 29 

27,361 88 , 78.049 38 

12,700 22 

6,831 45 59,033 17 

16,396 62 53,728 66 

237,039 52 364,363 25 

9,825 00 40.632 65 

762 50 14,066 66 

47.053 21 47,053 21 

167,084 80 167,084 8"" 

19,283 08 19,283 OS 

18,869 09 83,589 90 

83,643 14 126,621 49 

6.212 27 i 18,512 27 

i 240,390 55 

15,139 89 I 45,203 42 

I 30,391 50 

129,252 39 ' 168,214 89 

30,001 61 ; 72,133 51 

33,754 73 

'• 17.741 64 



986,440 75 2,090,345 54 



Note. — The salaries of the Ministers and the Solicitor General are not included in thi.s statement. 



B 12 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1901 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Arrears Due. 



190.5-6. 



S cts 



Siiiiiiiiary. 



310 00 


3,387 02 


26,927 00 


1,000 00 


16,332 45 


71,662 50 


2, .506, 336 89 


8.5,147 21 


815 18 


4,180 89 


1,577 81 


16 66 


12,780 26 


212 88 


27,939 17 


1,871 54 


10,600 62 


285 98 


(K),053 94 


2,307 25 


6,125 79 


5,780 77 


5,739 45 


16,669 40 



1,697 97 



1,202 86 
9,732 33 
1,800 00 


154 25 
32 00 


76 00 
11,473 00 


1,949 43 


1,683 32 
2,021 32 
7,343 08 
5,309 09 


22,801 23 
4,360 38 


717 45 
506 07 
226 80 


64,951 00 
14,690 73 



Agriculture — 

Department 

Dairying Commissioner 

Customs — 

Collectors ... . . . 

Advances 

Finance — 

Albert Railway 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 

• Quebec Harbour Commission 

Three Rivers Harbour 

Geological Survey 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue — 

Bill Stamps ■. 

Civil Govt. Contingencies 

Excise . . . 

Gas Inspection 

Hydraulic and other Rents 

Ferries 

Minor Public Works 

NVeights and Measures 

Interior — 

Ordnance Lands 

Rocky Mountain Park 

Timber Dues — 

Man., Sask. and Alt 

British Columbia 

(rrazing Lands 

Coal Lands — Royalty 

Coal Lands, Sales 

^Mineral Lands, Sales 

Mining Lands, Sales 

Dredging Leases, N. W.T 

Yukon Territory — 

Timber Dues 

Leases, Dredging and General . 

Hydraulic 

Justice — 

Penitentiaries 

Supreme Court 

Marine and Fisheries- 
Fisheries 

Sundries 

Militia- 
Rents, &c 

Municipalities for pay of Troops — 

Low Tow-nship 

Richmond, B.C 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Sydney Mines 

Buckingham, Que ... 

Hamilton, Ont 

P6st Office- 
Old Revenue Account 

New Revenue Account 

Printing and Stationery- 
Publications 

Voter's Lists 

Canada Gazette 

Public Works — 
Slides and Booms — 

Ottawa Di.strict 

Si. Maurice District , . . 



1906-7. 
9 months. 



1,-585 00 
3,134 37 

26,927 00 
1.000 00 

1 16,995 10 
i 76,781 25 
2,62.5,051 72 
87,600 04 
841 74 
I 4,180 89 

1,577 81 

, 16 66 

12,780 26 

212 88 

27,469 17 

1,877 37 

10,600 62 

285 98 

59,478 65 
1,790 60 

6,257 88 

8,696 76 ; 

1,761 94 i 
16,669 40 

6,596 05 
54,184 42 

1,110 83 I 
450 00 I 

1,283 61 

10,577 70 

5,655 64 

156 25 
26 15 

25 50 
6,114 52 

1,869 50 

1,G83 32 
2,021 32 
7,343 08 
5,309 09 
1,960 25 
61 04 

22.801 23 
4, .360 38 

740 35 
mi 67 

228 50 



64,954 29 
14,486 49 



Increase. 



>? cts . 



1,275 00 



662 05 

5,118 75 

118,714 83 

2,452 83 

26 56 



5 83 



132 09 
2,915 99 



6,-596 05 

54,184 42 

1,110 83 



80 75 

845 37 

3,855 64 

2 00 



1,960 25 
61 04 



22 90 

60 

1 70 



3 29 



Decrease. 



•"S cts. 



252 65 



470 00 



.575 29 
516 65 



3,977 51 



1.247 97 



5 85 

50 50 
5,358 48 

79 93 



3,020.788 97 Carried forward 13,208,079 27 . 200,029 .37 



204 24 
12,739 07 



ARREARS DUE 



B-13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Arrears One Con. 



litOo 6. 



Siiiiiiiiiir) . 



1906-7. 



Increase. Decrease. 



cts. 



3,020,788 97 Brought forwartl. 



10(J,4'Jl 67 


7,074 14 


23,1.53 80 


79,895 21 


5,029 59 


11.285 84 


.550 84 


4,652 12 


29,933 ti4 


2,633 58 


25,541 83 


728 45 


30 00 


4 00 


.50,581 44 


2,736 67 


11,004 77 


695 00 


2,260 00 


1,994 86 


95 31 



Public Works^ Con. 
' Slides and Booms — Con. 
3,5.56 89 Newcastle and Trent District .... 

Saguenay District 

Rents, Ottawa 

Railways and Canals — 
Intercolonial Railway- 
Railways 

Steamship Companies 

Stations 

Individuals and Firms 

Prince Ed vard Island Ry 

Canals — Hydraulic and other Rents- 

Beauhamois 

Chamblj- 

Com wall .... 

Lachine 

Rideau 

Greu\ ille and Carillon 

Trent 

Sault Ste. Marie 

St. Ann's Lock 

I Welland 

1 Williamsburg 

Damages 

Lachine Dry Docks 

Rents— Welland 

j Tolls- 

j St. Peter's Canal 

j Cornwall » 

Advances 

Secretary of State 

'Trade and Commerce — 

Cullers' Fees 



77 50 

.37,432 79 

3,488,228 91 



. I 37,432 79 
3,688,968 06 



§ cts. 


•S cts. 


S cts. 


3,208,079 27 


200,029 37 


12,739 07 


3,5.56 89 






2,290 .52 


2,290 52 




23 00 


23 00 




163,580 34 




2,911 33 


6,309 15 




764 99 


23,153 45 




35 


79,970 13 


74 92 




5,396 12 


366 53 




11,369 34 


83 50 




630 84 


80 00 




7,763 37 


3,111 25 




33,340 14 


3,406 50 




3,184 13 


550 55 




25,762 33 


220 50 




569 95 




158 .50 


45 00 


15 00 




4 00 






51,7.55 17 


1.173 73 




4,754 67 


2,018 00 




10,859 29 




145 4S 


695 00 






1,351 00 




1>09 00 


1,994 86 






95 31 






4,9.50 00 


4.9.50 00 




52 00 




25 50 



200,739 15 



B-14 AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 

Arrears Due — Con. 



1905-6. 



Siiiiiiiiary. 



>> cts . 



14,668 04 

13,873 07 

13,912 51 

400 93 

414 50 

6,889 06 

1,465 10 

669 02 

436 12 

5,522 70 

3,560 39 

7,754 58 

30,970 15 

9,051 74 

722 07 
1,905 29 

600 86 

17,998 72 
4,073 36 

20,448 87 

2,813 26 

204,000 40 

362,216 74 



Iiidian La mis. 



1906-7. 
9 months. 



cts. 



Increase. : Decrease. 



Principal. ' 

Ontario — 

Wiarton ! 15,490 30 

Manitowaning .... 13,234 49 

Gore Bav 13,485 15 



822 26 



Brantford. 

Sarnia 

Thessalon. . . 

Belleville 

Keene 

Sault Ste. Marie . 

Port Arthur 

Quebec — 

Pointe Bleue . . 
Maniwaki. 



400 93 
339 50 
6,796 53 
1,326 08 
543 02 
3,474 04 
4,795 10 

3,548 84 
7,455 58 



29,326 47 

36,650 47 

5,691 29 

2,814 09 

6,649 24 

41,620 84 

15,812 23 

2,541 15 

4,996 60 

6,281 69 

4,219 22 

26,426 89 

25,242 22 

28,460 99 

6,380 18 

24.3,113 57 



Teniiscamingue 38,177 80 

9,057 74 



3,037 92 



7,207 65 



Jeune Lorette. 
New Brunswick — 

Fredericton . . . 

Richibucto . . . 
Nova Scotia — 

Glendale 

Manitoba — 

Birtle 

Winnipeg. . . . 
Alberta — 

Edmonton , 17,911 23 | 

Red Deer ' 1,552 80 ! 

Ottawa-Headquarters ' 477,965 78 : 273,905 38 



685 45 
1,715 64 

600 86 

12,620 72 



631,177 58 , 268,960 84 



Inter ioi — Dom in ion La ads. 



Principal and Interest- 
Winnipeg 

Brandon. . 

Minnedosa 

Dauphin 

Alameda . 

Regina 

Y^orkton 

Prince Albert 

Battleford 

Edmonton 

Red Deer 

Calgary 

Lethbridge 

Kamloops 

New Westminster. 



-S cts. 



638 58 
427 36 

75 00 

92 53 

139 02 

126 00 

727 60 

11 55 
299 00 



36 62 
189 65 



5,378 00 
4,073 36 

2,537 64 
1,260 46 



27,200 89 2,125 58 

33,047 90 3,602 57 

5,006 26 68.1 03 

3,841 14 I 1,027 05 , 

6,067 99 I I 581 25 

41,804 08 I 183 24 i 

13,716 79 1 2.095 44 

1.609 40 I 931 75 

4,086 05 I 1 910 55 

8,425 65 I 2,143 96 i 

2,934 62 i I 1,284 60 

20,714 07 1 5,712 82 

21,147 26 i I 4,094 96 

27,336 10 ; ! 1,124 89 

6,134 25 245 93 



223,072 45 



20,041 12 



ARREARS DUE B -15 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ee Arrears Due. 
Audit Office, Ottawa, November 7, 190'i 



SiR,^.Tt is desirable thtat the Public Accounts Committee should, during the forth- 
coming Session, inquire into the arrears due to the several departments, as shown by 
the statement annually published in the Auditor Generals Report, and authorize the 
wiping out of such as are uncoUectable. With this view, I have to ask you for a 
report on the arrears due to your department, specifying those yon consider uncoUect- 
able, and giving any information in reference thereto which you may think desirable. 

I am. Sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, A. G. 

Note.— Tliis letter \va> sent tu the Deputy Ministers ni tlie several departinents. 



Dept. of Agriculture, Ottawa, Xov. 12, 1907. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 7th instant asking for a report on the arrears 
due to this department specifying those which are considered uncoUectable, I beg 
to refer you to my letter of the 18th ultimo and the statement of arrears inclosed 
therewith. Of these the following are considered uncoUectable, viz. : — 

E, H. Moorehouse, '€1,3-53.66, deceased, no estate. 

G. R. Taylor, 864.3.5, left country. 

Can. Express Co.. 86.50, after cori-esponding with the company we find that they 
cannot be held responsible. 

Colton Export Co.. 8334.14, insolvent. 

Sussex Dairy Co., -815, gone out of existence. 

Your obedient servant, 

GEO. F. O HALLORAN, B. M. 

The Auditor General. 



Department of Customs, Ottawa, September 24, 1907. 

Sir, — In reply to your cix'cular letter of the 7th inst,, I have the honour to send 
you herewith statement of arrears due this department on March 31 last and yet 
unpaid . 

I regret that the advances made to Messrs. McAlpine ifc Ball in previous fiscal 
years have not as yet been accounted for . 

The department has requested both of these parties to furnish the department 
with detailed accounts of their expenses, but so far without success. They are again 
being written to in regard to the matter. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 
The Auditor General. R. R . FARROW, 

Ass"t. Commissioner of Customs. 



B -16 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII.. A. 1908 



Dept. of Interior, Ottawa, January 24, 1907. 

Dear Sir, — I have your letter of the 15th instant, with reference to the matter of 
arrears due this department in connection with royalties, dredging leases, itc, and in 
reply beg to say that a statement showing the amount due in connection with royality 
on timber in the Yukon Territory will be prepared and forwarded to you without delay. 

You point out that where the amount due last year for arrears of dredging leases 
in the Northwest Territories was $10,377.96 the arrears in this connection only amount 
this year to $1,697 . 97, and in leply I beg to say that the explanation of this is that a 
large number of dredging leases in the Northwest -Territories in connection with which 
arrears of rental were due have been cancelled this year, and as the leaseholds were 
never occupied the arrears of rental have not been collected. 

With regard to the matter of the coal royalty arrears I beg to say that a state- 
ment will be prepared in this connection and sent to you as soon as possible. 

Yours faithfully, 

The Auditor General. W. W. CORY, B. M. 



Dept. of Public Printing and Stationery, Ottawa, November 12, 1907. 

Sir, — Referring to your letter of November 7, I inclose a list of all arrears in this 
department and have written on the margin the dates when the different debts were 
contracted. I inclose also a statement giving the names and amounts due by persons 
who are dead, and another statement giving the names and amounts of all arrears prior 
to January 1, 1897. It appears to me that a debit which cannot be collected in ten 
years should be written off. It would be done at any rate in any ordinary business. 

I have no means of knowing why these arrears have not been paid by the persons 
in whose names they stand and who have been written to continually and have paid no 
attention. As a matter of fact many of these bills are for publications of different 
kinds, some are for speeches and many members think that such things ought to be 
supplied without charge. Probably that consideration may be the cause of these 
accounts not being paid. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

The Auditor General. S. E. DAWSON, K.P. ■ 

Memo : 

Accounts due over 10 years $ 667 49 

M TT by persons deceased 304 10 



971 59 



Audit Office, Ottawa, September 27, 1907. 

Sir, — I have received a statement of advances made previous to March 31 last 
and yet unaccounted for. 

Mr. T. P. Owens was advanced on account of arbitration I. C. Railway and G. T. 
Railway $2,000. on March 10, 1905, and 81,500. on March 27, 1906. 

Mr. James Friel was advanced on account of Inc. Ace. Moncton $300. on April 
30, 1906, and $1,000 on October 22, 1906. 

Some explanation should have been given why these advances have not been 
accounted for. No doubt you have written Messrs. Owens and Friel for statements, 
but if they have failed to respond some steps should be taken to compel them to do so. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

The Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals. J. FRASER. A. G. 



ARREARS DUE B— 17 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Railways and Canals Department Ottawa, October 7, 1907. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your communication of the 
27th ultimo, in the above matter, in which you state that Mr. T. P. Owens was ad- 
vanced on account of the arbitration in connection with the Intercolonial and Grand 
Trunk Railways the sum of -f 2,000 on the March, 10. 1905, and the sum of .$1,500 
on March 27, 1906 ; that Mr. James Friel was advanced on account of Inc 
Ace, Moncton, the sum of $300 on April 30, 1906, and the sum of .$1,000 on 
October 22, 1906, and that some explanation should have been given why 
these advances have not been accounted for. 

In reply, I have to say that endeavours have been made and are being made for 
settlement of the advance to Mr. T. P Owens, and from the correbpondence by the 
department with the party concerned, it is confidently expected that an accounting of 
same will be made in the near future. Mr. Friel's account is now before the Depart- 
ment of Justice for taxation, and that department wishes some information which has 
been asked for. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

The Auditor General. L. K. JONES, /Secretary. 



Department of Trade and Commerce, Ottawa, Movember 8, 1907. 

Sir, — I have yours of yesterday's date, rearrears due ; and in reply I have to point 
out, as has been frequently done in the past, that the only arrears due to this depart- 
ment are those that had accrued in connection with the Cullers' branch previous to its 
transfer to this department — in fact the arrears have been running some of them for at 
least 30 years, and they should all have been wiped out long ago, as not one cent of the 
amount reported to your department periodically is collectable. Full details have been 
frequently sent your Office ; and you have all the information that this department has 
on the subject. The amount stands to-day, as it has stood for many years past, at the 
sum of $37,432 79. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

The Auditor General. W. G. PARMELEE, D.M. 



1— 2b 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART O 



APPEOPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



AND 



SUMMARIES OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



1— Ic 



C-2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Summary of Expenditure, 1906-1907. 



Service. 



Expenditure, 
1906-1907. 



Consolidated Fund. 



$ cts. 

21,777 33 

625,812 23 

231,689 78 

1,4S7,495 53 

9,822 27 

1,222,948 67 

385,073 87 

29,268 65 

456,773 97 

693,685 65 

94,984 65 

4,235 96 

611,200 76 

940,679 72 

88,531 52 

15,920 96 

6,712,771 14 

867,798 58 

1,322,074 62 

2,026,641 92 

38,155 67 

1,128,876 72 

3,347,037 87 

1,246 12 

560,083 26 

647,836 24 

679,154 74 

423,263 06 

125,832 26 

3,979,557 34 

12,858 65 

Public Works, Consolidated Furid j 5,520,571 42 

456,814 03 

395,906 63 

390,209 84 

7,011,857 58 

292,823 67 

1,177,146 71 

32,459 55 

6,745,133 68 

269,346 81 

62,534 99 

100,243 18 

294,023 29 



Adulteration of Food, &c 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 

Charges of Management 

Civil Government 

Culling Timber 

Customs , 

Dominion Lands 

Dominion Police 

Excise , 

Fisheries 

Geological Survey •.••■.• 

Government of Northwest Territories 

Immigration 

Indians 

Inspection of Staples 

Insurance Superintendence 

Interest on Public Debt 

Administration of Justice 

Legislation 

Lighthouse and Coast Service ^. . . . , 

Marine Hospitals 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions. 

Militia 

Minor Revenues 

Miscellaneous 

Mounted Police 

Ocean and River Service 

Penitentiaries 

Pensions 

Post Office 

Premium, Discount and Exchange. 



Public Works, Collection of Revenue . 

Quarantine 

Railways and Canals, Consolidated Fund 

Railways and Canals, Collection of Revenue 

Scientific Institutions 

Sinking Funds 

Steamboat Inspection 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Superannuation . 

Trade and Commerce ; • ■ • •. ■ ■ 

Weights and Measures and Gas, and Electric Light Inspection. 
Yukon Tei-ritory 



Capital. 



Dominion Lands 
Militia 



Public Works (§1,797,871.16)— 

Buildings at Ottawa 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel 

Quebec Harbour , 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

Port Colborne Harbour 

St. Andrew's Rapids 

Georgian Bay to Montreal — Waterway survey 
Port Arthur and Fort William — Dredging. 



51,542,161 09 



526,582 61 
975,282 87 



581,050 50 

619,860 55 

144,017 35 

18,229 82 

22,653 73 

97,213 14 

99,508 07 

215, .S38 00 



Carried forward I 3,299,736 64 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure, 1906-1907 — Concluded. 



Capital — Con. 



Brought forward 



"Railways and Canals (.?8, 062,247.78)— 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway. 

New car for Governor General 

Lachino Canal , 

Saiilt Ste. Marie Canal 

St. Lawrence Canals 

Trent Canal 

Welland Canal 



Other Expenditures. 



Expenditure, 
190G 1907. 



S cts. 
3,299,736 64 



.506,248 26 

91,710 52 

537,867 50 

38,582 89 

18,840 85 

95,504 63 

140,142 68 

153,045 42 

480,305 03 



11,361,984 42 



1,324,889 30 



Subsidies to Railways 

Redemption of Debt \ 15,628,776 32 

Bounties on iron, steel, lead and binder twine j 1,581,944 36 



Recapitnlatlont 



Consolidated Fund . 

Capital 

Other expenditures . 



Total. 



18,535,609 98 



51,542,161 09 
11,361,984 42 
18,535,609 98 



81,439,755 49 



'Adjustment with Public Accounts : — 

Railways and Canals, Capital Expenditure, as above , S 8,062,247 78 

Less — Refunds of previous years'. 
Capital Expenditure — 

Intercolonial Railway $ 32,340 60 

Prince Edward Island Railway 500 00 

32,840 60 



Total, as per Public Accounts, (page iii— 36) § 8,029,407 18 



1 — Uc 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Summary of Grant and Expenditure under Supply Bill, 1906-07. 



Service. 



Charges of Management .... 

Civil Government — Salaries 

" Contingencies 

Administration of Justice 

Dominion Police 

Penitentiaries 

Legislation 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 

Quarantine 

Immigration 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia— Capital 

M Consolidated Fund 

Railways — Capital 

Canals — Capital 

Railways and Canals — Consolidated Fund. . . 

Public Works — Capital 

ti Consolidated Fund 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions. . 

Ocean and River Service. , 

Lighthouse and Coast Service . .. 

Scientific Institutions and Hydrographic 

Surveys 

Marine Hospitals 

Steamboat Inspection , 

Fisheries , 

Suijerintendance of Insurance 

Geological Survey , 

Indians 

Mounted Police _...._.., 

Government of the Northwest Territories, 

Government of the Yukon Territory 

Dominion Lands— Capital 

M Consolidated Fund 

Miscellaneous 

Collection of Revenue — 

Customs 

Excise 

Weights and Measures 

Gas and Electric Light Inspection 

Adulteration of Food 

Minor Revenues 

Railways , 

Canals 

Public Works 

Post Office . . . . 

Trade and Commerce . ... , 

Culling Timber , 

Inspection of Staples 



Grant. 



*Lkss — This amount provided for under 
Ship Channel (.$130,000) 



218, 

1,119, 

260, 

115, 

29, 
423, 
624, 
650, 
472, 
611, 

24, 

975, 
3,341, 

12,811, 
1,447, 

5.57. 
2,877. 
7,668. 
1,125, 

722, 
1,971, 

434. 
39, 
34 

639 
13, 

103, 
1,056, 

698. 
7, 

318. 

528, 

390, 

598, 

1,248, 

472, 

72, 

31, 

22, 

1 

6,558, 

724, 

502, 

4,013, 

74, 

10, 

94, 



1 cts. 

937 50 
001 43 
053 39 
625 00 
418 70 
892 76 
105 75 
700 00 
041 70 
881 17 
674 23 
180 00 
000 00 
233 35 
325 00 
775 00 
204 39 
200 00 
221 70 
373 66 
744 75 
150 00 

285 00 
750 00 
125 00 
,238 68 
375 00 
300 00 
019 94 
000 00 
583 33 
750 00 
,368 33 
329 00 
552 90 

615 00 
674 75 
650 00 
800 00 
000 00 
890 00 
C50 00 
762 00 
602 46 
026 57 
350 00 
475 00 
000 00 



Expenditure. 



56,736,912 44 



56,736,912 44 



231, 

1,057, 

242, 

86, 

29, 

423, 

575, 

625, 

395, 

611, 

21, 

975, 

3,328. 

7,174, 

886, 

368, 

1,797: 

5,495, 

985, 

679; 

2,02G, 



1 cts. 

689 78 
845 64 
413 95 
.593 81 
268 65 
263 06 
551 65 
812 23 
906 63 
200 76 
345 91 
180 00 
282 87 
816 58 
409 17 
301 18 
459 84 
871 16 
571 42 
237 92 
154 74 
641 92 



292,823 67 

38,155 r,7 

32,459 55 

534,669 90 

12,920 96 

94,984 65 

940,679 72 

647,836 24 

4,235 96 

294.023 29 

526,582 61 

385,073 87 

504,954 25 



1,222, 

456, 

60, 

30, 

21 

1, 

6, .328, 

683, 

456, 

3,979, 

62. 

9, 

88, 



948 67 
773 97 
452 85 
790 33 
777 33 
246 12 
745 65 
111 93 
814 03 
557 34 
534 99 
822 27 
531 52 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

6,049 39 

61,155 79 

17,724 88 

29,193 99 

150 05 

629 70 

49,151 07 

27,344 08 

76,135 07 

680 41 

3,328 58 



16,377 85 

5,636,915 83 

561,473 82 

189,399 13 

1,079,329 92 

2,172,681 44 

143,885 74 

43,666 23 

74,414 48 

141.462 03 

1,594 33 

1,665 45 

105,218 28 

454 04 

8,315 35 

115,706 02 

50,163 76 

3,347 37 

24,726 71 

1,785 72 

5,255 13 

93,610 71 

25,666 33 

15,920 73 

3,594 28 

1,009 67 

222 67 

643 88 

229,904 35 

41,6.50 07 

45,788 43 

41,312 08 

11,815 01 

652 73 

5,468 48 



45,740,326 21 



45,740,326 21 



11,166,641 06 



11,166,641 06 



Grant 
Exceeded. 



$ cts. 

18,801 67 

85 44 
162 80 

596 97 
2,456 31 

26 

282 87 
3,961 08 



654 58 

1 08 

31 16 

3,750 00 

76 22 

*12rt,906 40 

70 



649 50 
365 80 



12 06 



19 95 
397 13 



7,842 85 



170,054 83 
129,906 40 



40,148 43 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-5 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Summary of Grant and Expenditure under Special Statutes. 



Service. 



Interest on Public Debt 

Premium Discount and Exchange 

Sinking Funds 

Redemption of Debt 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice . . . . 

Legislation 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia and Defence , 

Canals, Capital— Exchequer Court Awards. 
Railways and Canals Consolidated Fund. . . . 

Railway Subsidies 

Public Works Consolidated Fund 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions. . 

Fisheries— Fishing Bounty 

Superintendence of Insurance 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Miscellaneous Consolidated Fund 

Trade and Commerce, bounties 



Grant. 



Expenditure. 



Recapitulation. 



Expenditure under Sup]>iy Bills .... 
II Special Statutes. 



S cts. 

6,712,771 14 

12,8.58 G5 

1,177,14« 71 

15,628,770 32 

187,23.5 i)4 

781,204 77 

746,522 97 

104,486 35 

269,166 81 

18,221 29 

1,537 43 

21,750 00 

1,324,889 30 

25,000 00 

143,638 SO 

159,015 75 

3,000 00 

6,745.133 68 

55,129 01 

1,581,944 36 



35,699,429 28 



4.5,740,326 21 
35,699,429 28 

81,439,755 49 



Grant 
not used. 



Grant 
Exceeded. 



cts. 



C-6 



AUDITOR 0ENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
1906-7: Expenditure: Adjustment with Public Accounts. 



Departments. 



Departmental totals from Auditor General's Report :- 

Agriculture Department 

Auditor General's Office 

Customs Department 

Finance Department 

Geological Survey 

Governor General's Office 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue Dejjartment 

Interior Department 

Justice Department 

Lalx>ur Department . . . . 

Legislation 

Marine and Fisheries 

Militia and Defence 

Mounted Police 

Post Office Department 

Printing and Stationery Department 

Privy Council Office 

Public Works Department 

Railway and Canals Department 

Secretary of State Department 

Trade and Commerce Department 



Totals from Public Accounts in Statement of Receipts and 
Payments : — 

Consolidated Fund 

Dominion Lands — Capital ^ 

Militia — Capital 

Public Works — Capital 

Railways and Canals — Capital 

Railway Subsidies 

Bounties on iron and steel, &c 

Redemption of debt 



Refund of previous years' capital expenditure : — 

Intercolonial Railway , 

Prince Edvvard Island Railway 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners : — 

Loan Account 



1,106. 



0,. 

287, 
389, 
145, 

63. 
001, 
025, 
201, 
392, 

41, 
322, 
338, 
377, 
GG2. 
256, 
110, 

43, 
330, 
845. 

59, 
901, 



cts. 

471 60 
602 12 
989 84 
354 49 
672 15 
001 01 
154 91 
565 24 
527 54 
596 09 
282 12 
074 62 
223 13 
309 18 
588 36 
098 22 
549 84 
383 13 
469 97 
157 99 
551 29 
381 37 



51,542,161 09 

526,582 61 

975,282 87 

1,797,871 16 

8,029,407 18 

1,324,889 30 

1,581,914 36 

15,628,776 32 



32,340 60 
500 00 

120,246 72 



cts. 



81,560,002 21 



$ cts. 



81,406,914 89 



153,087 32 



81,560,002 21 81,560,002 21 



Adjustment with total expenditure as shown on page C — 3: 

Departmental totals from Auditor General's Report, as above 

Less— Following item not included in totals, page C — 3: 

Public Works: Special Account : Quebec Harbour Commissioners' Loan Account. 



81,560,002 21 

120,246 72 

81,439,755 49 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-7 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Debt. 



Under Statute. 
Interest on Public Debt. 



Premium, Discount and Excliange. . 
Sinking Funds 

Under Supply Act. 
Cliarges of Management. 

Offices of the Assistant Receiver General — 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Halifax 

St. John 

Winnipeg 

Victoria 

Charlottetown 

Country Savings Banks — Salaries 

II II Contingencies 

Printing Dominion notes 

Expenses in connection with the issue and 

redemption of Dominion notes 

Printing, advertising, inspection, express 

charges, &c 

Commisson for payment of interest on public 

debt, purchase of sinking funds, &c 

Brokerage on purchase of sinking funds 

English bill stamps, postage, &c 



Grant. 



S cts. 



5,850 00 
4,275 00 
8,600 00 
5,775 00 
5,250 00 
3,937 50 
4,500 GO 
4,050 00 
1,087 50 
110,000 00 

18,000 CO 

14,400 00 

23,062 50 
4,200 00 
7,950 00 



218,937 50 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 
6,712,771 14 



12,858 65 



1,117,146 71 



5,909 SG 
4,484 87 
6,645 07 
5,733 42 
5,247 06 
4,440 36 
4,498 51 
3,700 00 
672 44 
109,965 73 

15,110 02 

14,762 47 

36,990 30 

1,885 93 

11,643 74 



231,689 78 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



41 58 
2 94 

1 49 

350 00 

415 06 

34 27 

2,889 98 



2,314 07 



6,049 39 



Grant 

exceeded. 



§ cts. 



59 86 

209 87 
45 07 



502 86 



a 362 47 

a 13,927 80 
a 3,693 74 



18,801 67 



a Underestimated. 
These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Civil GoTernment. 


Grant, 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used . 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Snmuiary. 


$ cts. 

1,119,001 43 
191,300 00 


$ cts. 

1,057,845 64 
187,235 94 


$ cts. 

61,155 79 
4,064 G6 


$ cts. 


II Special Statutes . 






1,310,301 43 
260,053 39 


1,245,081 .58 
242,413 95 


65,219 85 
17,724 88 


85 44 








1,570,354 82 


1,487,495 53 


82,944 73 


85 44 


Under Supply Bill. 

Governor General's Secretary's Office : Salaries. 
ti Conting's. 


8,887 50 
15,325 00 
24,525 GO 

8,250 00 
31,295 63 

9,465 26 
43,050 00 

9,000 00 
34,381 25 

5,500 00 
30,543 75 

6,600 00 
131.299 91 
21;500 00 
12,300 00 
675 00 
50,687 50 
11,593 13 
52.556 25 
43,518 75 
12,500 00 
48,836 26 
10,200 00 
17,006 25 

6,700 00 
53,906 25 

4,300 00 
37,107 50 

5,250 00 
15,379 16 

1,037 50 
248,765 44 
34,720 00 
64,155 00 
17,312 50 
64,887 50 
14,362 50 
46,700 00 
11,250 00 
46,050 00 

9,000 00 

6,450 00 
13,500 00 

5,175 00 

1,.537 50 

1,212 50 
30,800 GO 


8,887 50 
15,313 51 
23,312 50 

6,570 63 
29,169 29 

9.034 45 
40,418 35 

8,653 43 
32,232 99 

5,278 67 
29,1.33 53 

5,426 90 

125,.523 73 

21,493 23 

12,300 00 

"'48', 608 04' 
11,550 48 
50,687 50 
42, .511 73 
11,916 19 
45,321 61 
10,195 91 
16,904 14 

6,678 56 
52,224 46 

3,473 05 
36,215 01 

5,155 79 
13,204 16 

1.035 38 
233,784 51 

29,443 17 

60,116 38 

16,781 73 

63,745 81 

14,283 51 

38,962 50 

10,364 69 

42,131 90 

8,371 33 

6,412 50 

9,424 67 

4,500 00 

1,.537 50 

1,297 94 

30,670 73 


11 49 
1,212 50 
1,679 37 
2,126 ?A 

430 81 
2,631 65 

346 .57 
2,148 26 

221 33 

1,410 22 

1,173 10 

5,776 21 

6 77 

675 00 

2,079 46 

42 65 

1,868 75 

1,007 02 

583 81 

3,514 65 

4 09 

102 11 

21 44 

1,681 79 

826 95 

892 49 

94 21 

2,175 00 

2 12 

14,980 93 

5,276 83 

4,038 62 

530 77 

1,14) 69 

78 99 

7,737 50 

885 31 

3,918 10 

628 67 

37 50 

4,075 33 

675 00 




II Contingencies . 

Justice Department : Salaries . . . 




Militia and Defence Department : Salaries 

II Contingencies. 
Secretary of State Department : Salaries 

,1 Contingencies. . 

Printing and Stationery Dept. : Salaries. . . 

M Contingencies... 




M Cfmtingencies 




Indian Affairs Department : Salaries 

M Contingencies 

Geological Survey Departm^-nt : Salaries 

Auditor General's Office : Salaries 

„ Contingencies 

Finance Department : Salaries. ... 


-■ 


Trade and Commerce Dept. : Salaries .... 

11 Contingencies 








Inland Revenue Department : Salaries ..... 

1, Contingencies 

Labour Department : Salaries 

II Contingencies 

Post Office Department : Salaries 




„ Cfmtingencies 




Agriculture Department : Salaries . . 

II Ojntingencies ..... 




,1 Contingencies.. . 

Public "Works Department : Salaries 

II Contingencies 




II Contingencies 




II Contingencies 

General Consulting Engineer : Salaries. 

Board of Civil Service Examiners : Salaries. ..... 

11 Contingencies. 
Departments Generally : Contingencies 


85 44 


129 27 






1,379,0.54 82 


1,300,259 59 


78,880 67 


85 44 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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Civ'il Government. 



Salaries under Special Statutes. 



Governor General of Canada 

High Commissioner, London 

Lieutenant Governor, Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Cohimbia 

Prince Edward Island . 

Ministers : 1 at 812,000, 13 at §7,000 

Solicitor General 

Governor General's Secretary 

Auditor General 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

36,500 00 
7,500 00 
7,500 00 
7,500 00 
6.750 00 
6,750 00 
7,500 00 
6,750 00 
6,750 00 
6,750 00 
5,250 00 

77,250 00 
3,750 00 
1,800 00 
3,000 00 



Expenditure. 



191,300 00 



36,500 00 
7,500 00 
7,500 00 
7,500 00 
6,750 00 
6,546 07 
6,750 00 
6,7.50 00 
6,750 00 
6,750 00 
5,250 00 

77,250 00 

639 87 

1,800 00 

3,000 00 



Grant 
not used. 



S cts. 



203 93 

750 00 



3,110 13 



187,235 94 4,064 06 



Grant 
exceedt;d . 



$ Cts. 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



Examined, 

A. H. Brown, (Salaries). 

H. Gross, (Contingencies). 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Adsuiuistratiou of Justice. 



Under Supply Bill. 



Miscellaneous expenditure 

Expenditure under Cap. 181, R.S.C ... 

Living allowance for judge of Atlin District 

Yukon Territory : — 

Travelling allowrances of judges 

Living allowances of judges 

Salaries of sheriff and clerk of the Territorial 
Ckjurt at $4,000 each . . 

Salaries of deputy sheriflf and two assistant 
clerks of Territorial Court at $1,800 each. 

Salaries of two stenographers of Territorial 
Court at $2,000 each 

Living allowances of sheriff, deputy sheriff, 
clerk of court, assistant clerks, police magis- 
trate and stenographer of Territorial Court. 

Fees and expenses of witnesses, jurors and 
interpreters in criminal trials 

Maintenance of prisoners 

Transport of prisoners .... 

For volumes issued in 1906-7 of reprint of 
English Law Reports for law library 

Miscellaneous expenditure, including fees and 
expenses of Crown prosecutor, salai-y and 
living allowance of stenographer and police 
court and other officers and emploj'ees con 
nected with the administration of justice, 
coroners' inquests, &c 



Grant. 



Supreme Court of Canada : — 

The reporter 

Assistant reporter, first class clerk 

First class clerks, 2 at $1,600 

Second class clerks, 1 at $1,400, 1 at $1,300. 

Junior second class clerk at $1,100 

Third class clerk at $600 

Salary of E. R. A. Taschereau, joint librarian, 
second class clerk ... 

XJsher 

Messenger 

Extra messengers, 2 

Contingencies and disbursements, salaries 
officers (sheriff, registrar as editor and pub- 
lisher of reports, &c.) books, magazines, &c., 
for judges, not exceeding $225 

Law books and works of reference for library 
and binding of same 



Exchequer Court of Canada: — 

Chief clerk 

Second class clerk 

Junior second class clerk 

Messenger _. 

Contingencies — Judge's and registrars travel 
ling expenses, salaries of sheriffs, &c., print 
ing and stationery, &c., and $50 for judge's 
books ; • • • • • 

Printing, binding and distributing Exchequer 
Court Reports 

Additional to registrar as editor and publisher 
of reports 

Charles Morse, for furnishing reports of Ex- 
chequer Court decisions to legal periodicals. 

Salary of registrar in Admiralty, Quebec 

Salary of marshal in Admiralty, Quebec 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

7,500 00 
525 00 
900 00 



1,125 00 
11,250 00 

6,000 00 

4,050 00 

3,000 00 

10,500 00 

7,500 00 

15,000 00 

3,750 00 

100 00 



15,000 00 



1,687 50 
1,350 00 
2,400 00 
2,050 00 
825 00 
450 00 

1,012 50 
600 00 
525 00 
862 50 



4,250 00 



3,375 00 



1,500 00 
937 50 
825 00 
525 00 



4,000 00 

600 00 

225 00 

37 50 
500 00 
250 00 



Expenditure. 



114,987 50 



$ cts. 

938 83 
525 00 
900 00 



10,833 28 
6,000 00 
3,967 75 
3,000 00 

10,417 74 

3,060 00 

8,658 00 

294 40 

54 00 



8,933 29 



1,687 50 
1,350 00 
2,400 00 
2,025 00 
825 00 
450 00 

1,012 50 
525 00 
525 00 
862 50 



4,352 72 
3, .374 36 



1,500 00 
937 50 
825 00 
525 00 



3,941 51 

660 08 

225 00 

37 50 
500 00 
250 00 



Grant not 
used. 



$ cts. 
6,561 17 



1,125 00 
416 72 



82 25 



82 28 

4,440 00 
6,342 00 
3,455 60 

46 00 



6,066 71 



25 00 



75 00 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



64 



102 72 



58 49 



86,373 46 28,776 84 



60 08 



162 80 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUXTS 



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Administration of Jl3!^tiee. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded . 


Under SnppJy Bill— Cow. 
Brought forward 

Exchequer Court of Canada. — Con. 

For accommodation wlien necessary for Ex- 
chequer Court in Admiralty 

Travelling allowance for local judges and other 
officers 

Postage and stationery for Admiralty Court 
judges and registrars 


S cts. 
114,987 50 

225 00 
300 00 
112 50 


S cts. 
80,273 46 

107 85 
112 50 


S cts. 
28,776 84 

225 00 
192 15 


S cts. 
162 80 




115,G25 00 


86, .593 81 


29,193 99 


102 80 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

W. Kearns. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



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7-S EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Administration of Justice. 



Expenditure 



Under Special Statntes. 

Supreme Court of Canada — 

Salary of Chief Justice. . ; 

Salaries of 5 Puisne Judges 

Salary of Registrar 

Exchequer Court of Canada — 

Salary of Judge 

Salaries of local judges in Admiralty- 
Toronto District 

Quebec District 

Nova Scotia District. 

New Brunswick District . 

Prince Edward Island District.. . 

British Columbia District 

Salary of Registrar 

Province of Ontario — 
Court of Appeal — 

Salary of Chief Justice of Ontario. 

Salaries of 4 Judges 

Court of King's Bench — 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salaries of 2 Judges 

Court of Common Pleas — 

Salary of Cliief .Tustice 

Salaries of 2 Judges . . 

Court of Chancery — 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salaries of 2 Judges 

Court of Exchequer — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of 2 Judges 

County Court- - 

Salaries and travelling allowances 
of C8 Judges and Junior .Judges 
of Coimty Courts and District 
Courts 

Circuit allowances 

Province of Quebec— 

Court of King's Bench- 
Salary of Chief Justice ... - 

Salaries of 5 Puisne Judges 

Superior Court- 
Salary of Chief Justice 

Salary of Senior Puisne Judge at 
Montreal 

Salaries of 17 Judges 

Salaries of 16 Judges 

Salaries of 2 .Judges 

Salaries of 3 Judges, Circuit Court, 
Montreal 

Circuit allowances 

Province of Nova Hcotia — 
Supreme Court^ 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salary of Judge in Equity 

Salaries of 5, Puisne .Judges 

Salary of Judge of Divorce and 
Matrimonial Causes . 

Carried forward 



cts. 



7,500 00 

32,446 77 

2,555 87 

6,000 00 

450 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
600 00 
750 00 
1,800 00 



6,000 00 
21,000 00 

6,000 00 
9,163 95 

6,000 00 
10,500 00 

6,000 00 
10,500 00 

6,000 00 
10,500 00 



151,648 81 
12,250 25 



5,913 91 
26,061 80 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 
79, .5.53 34 
58,831 81 

6,750 00 

7,200 00 
9,867 61 



5,005 34 

4,500 00 

18,306 45 

375 00 

544,280 91 



Administration of Justice. 



Under Special Statutes. 

Brought forward 



Province of Nova Scotia- 
County Courts — 
Salaries of 7 Judges. 
Circuit allowances. . 



-Con. 



Province of Neio Brunsiuick — 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice. . . . 

Salary of Judge in Equity 

Salaries of 4 Puisne Judges 

Salary of Judge of Divorce and 

Matrimonial Causes 

County Courts — 

Salaries of 6 .Judges 

Circuit Allowances 



Province of Prinze Edward Island— 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salary of Master of Rolls 

Salary of Vice-Chancellor 

County Courts — 

Salaries and travelling allowances 

of 3 .Judges 

Circuit allowances 



Province of Manitoba — 

King's Bench — 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salaries of 3 Puisne Judges . 

Court of Appeal — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of 3 Puisne Judges. 

County Courts- 
Salaries of G Judges . . 

Circuit allowances 



Province of British Columbia — 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of 4 Puisne Judges. 
County Courts — 

Salaries of 10 Judges 

Circuit allowances 



Expenditure 



cts. 



Northwest Territories — 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief .Justice 

Salaries of 7 Judges 

Travelling allowances 

Yukon Territor)/ — • 
Territorial Court — 

Salaries of 3 Judges 

Police Court at Whitehorse - 

Salary of Police Magistrate.. 



542,280 91 


14,040 26 
2,477 33 


5,250 00 

4,500 00 

18,000 00 


375 00 


13,171 10 

3,849 59 


4,500 00 
3,900 00 
3,900 00 


6,750 00 
970 53 


5,250 00 
9,354 84 


5,526 82 
14,507 97 


13,500 00 
2,981 80 


5,2.^)0 00 
16,836 55 


21,956 51 
8,065 80 


5,250 00 

28,274 18 

4,652 30 


10,833 28 


3,000 00 


781,204 77 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

A. H Brown, 

W. K EARNS. 



FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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Dominion Police. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Dominion Police, including one second class 
clerk at §1,200.. 


$ cts. 

27,750 00 

556 97 

1,111 73 


$ cts. 
27,599 95 
556 97 
1,111 7.3 


% cts. 
150 05 


$ cts. 


Gratuity to Constable Thomas Charlebois, 
retired on account of ill health 

Retiring allowance of Constable Angus Mc- 
Cuaig 






29,418 70 


29,268 65 


150 05 





These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct 



Examined, 

W. Kearns. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



Penitentiaries. 



Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Alberta 

General 

II gratuity to estate of late James 
Adams, formerly chief trade instructor, 
Kingston Penitentiary 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



145. 

82: 

51, 
48, 
40, 
43, 



200 00 
025 56 
830 40 
300 00 
775 00 
200 00 
925 00 



3,636 80 



423,892 76 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

144,856 49 
91,534 83 
44,663 97 
61,713 14 
42,770 91 
36,246 70 
7,840 22 



3,636 80 



423,263 06 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



629 70 



629 70 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

W. Kearns. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



liCglslatlon. 



Under Supply Bill. 

Senate : — 

Salai'ies and coniingencies 

Ilorise of ComTnons : — 

Indemnity voted 

Deputy Speaker's salary 

Salari&s 

Expenses of committees, &c . . 

Publishing debates 

Contingencies 

Estimate of Sergeant-at-Arms 

Library of Parliament : — 

Salaries , . 

Contingencies 

General Library 

Library of American History , . . , 

General : — 

Printing of Parliament 

fPrinting, binding and distributing the 
Laws 

*Contingencies of the Clerk of the Crown 
in Chancery 

fContingent expenses in connection with 
the voters' lists 

*Provincial voters' lists. 

fPrinting Revised Statutes 

■f Printing and binding an edition of the 
Revised Criminal Code , 



Under Special Statutes. 

Senate : — 

Salary of Speaker 

Indemnity and travelling allowances to 

members , 

House of Commons : — 

Salary of Speaker , 

Indemnity and travelling allowances to 

members 

Additional sessional allowance, leader of 

the opposition 

*Controverted Elections 

•Elections 



Summary. 



Under Supp^ly Bill 

II Special Statutes. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



G4,982 00 

3,100 00 
2,twJ0 00 
61,2.'?7 50 
3(5,137 50 
GO, 000 00 
32,310 00 
47,701 25 

18,537 50 

3,600 00 

9,750 00 

750 00 

195,000 00 

7,000 00 

3,000 00 

40,000 00 

8,0(10 00 

25,000 00 

6,000 00 



624,105 75 



624,105 75 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 



64,944 77 

.S,100 00 
2,000 00 
61,800 00 
36,171 97 
59,644 37 
31,240 48 
45,823 09 

18,496 58 

3,600 00 

9,749 49 

750 00 

193,606 77 

6,999 32 

1,602 68 

4,865 52 

7,763 10 

19,122 26 

4,271 25. 



575,551 65 



3,000 00 
201,130 54. 

3,000 00 

519,416 00 

7,000 00 

44 35 

12,932 08 



746,522 97 



575,551 65 
746,522 97 



1,322,074 62 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
37 23 



355 63 
1,069 52 
1,878 16 

40 92 

51 

1,393 23 

68 

1,397 32 

35,134 48 
236 90 

5,877 74 

1,728 75 



49 151 07 



49,151 07 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



562 50 
34 47 



596 97 



593 07 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 
H. Gross, 
*A. B. Hudson, 
tJ. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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Arts, Agricnltnre and Statistics. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
e.xceeded. 


Archives 


S cts. 

30,000 00 

12,750 00 

22,650 00 

4,500 00 

3,000 00 

120,000 00 

102,500 00 

5,250 00 

3,000 00 

125,000 00 

10,000 00 

50,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,050 00 
155,000 00 


S cts. 

30,000 00 

12,7.50 00 

12,281 07 

4,330 GG 

3,000 00 

107,277 03 

102,555 12 

5,250 00 

2,999 98 

121,067 18 

10,000 00 

50,000 00 

' 8,401 19 

900 00 
155,000 00 


S cts. 

10,368 93 
169 34 

JO '^22 97 


S cts. 


Patent Record 




Statistical Year Book 




Live Stock Records 

Quinquennial census of the Pro^ances of 

ManitoVia, Saskatchewan and Alberta 

Experimental Farms 


55 12 


Printing-, &c., reports and bulletins of Farms 
Fumigating stations 


02 
3,932 82 

150 00 




Exhibitions .... 

Charlottetown Exhibition, 1906 




Canadian Exhibit at Imperial Institute 

Compiling historical data re Acadian families 
in Canada 

Development of the live stock, dairying and 
fruit industries, the improvement of seeds, 
&c 


a2,401 19 








650,700 00 


625,812 23 


27,344 08 


2,456 31 



a. See correspondence on page D — 70 regarding this overdraft. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 
H. Gross. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



Quarantine. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


(xranfe. 

not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Salaries and contingencies of organized dis- 
tricts and public health in other districts 

Tracadie Lazaretto 


$ cts. 

100,000 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 
3,000 00 

325,000 00 
34,975 00 

66 70 


$ cts. 

73,428 95 

4,362 77 

4,130 22 

- 3,000 00 

276,607 99 

34,250 00 

66 70 


$ cte. 

26,571 05 
137 23 
369 78 


$ cts. 


Public Works Health Act 




Winnipeg and St. Boniface hospitals 




Health of animals 

Steamer for services at Williams Head 


48,332 01 
725 00 




Gratuity to the widow of the late J. Macdon- 
donald, inspecting physician at Chatham, N.B. 


. 










472,041 70 


395,906 63 


76,135 07 





These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

H. Gross. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General^ 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Inimigratloni 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Salaries of agents and employees in Canada, 


$ cts. 
150,000 00 

461,072 84 
300 00 

108 33 
200 00 
200 00 


$ cts. 
149,666 87 

460,725 56 
30D 00 

108 33 
200 00 
200 00 


$ cts. 
333 13 

347 28 


$ cts. 


Contingencies in Canadian, British and foreign 
agencies and general immigration expenses, in- 
cluding salaries of extra clerks at head othce. . . 

Gratuity to the widow of the late C. 0. Swanson, 
imniigration agent in the Western States 

Gratuity to the guardian of the child of the late 
P. I.' Turgeon, clerk in the Immigration 
Branch, Ottawa 








Gratuity to Mrs Elizabeth Howe, mother of the 
late Dr. John Howe, medical officer at Quebec. 
Gratuity to the widow of the late Charles Bur- 
rill, Immigration agent, Boston, Mass 














611,881 17 


611,200 76 


680 41 





These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



Fensions. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under Supply Bill. 

Annuity to Mrs. Wm McDougall 


$ cts. 

900 00 
300 00 
187 50 
2.000 00 
116 76 

19,000 00 

1,800 40 

82 13 

287 44 


$ cts. 

800 00 

300 00 

187 50 

1,850 60 

38 92 

16,072 75 

1,732 99 

75 45 

287 70 


$ cts. 
100 00 

149 40 
77 84 

2,927 25 

67 41 

6 68 


$ cts. 


II Mrs. Delaney 








Fenian Raid 1866 








RebeUion, N.W.T., 1885 :— 












Mrs. Margaret J. Brooks and children .... 


26 






Under Statute. 


24,674 23 


21,345 91 


3,328 58 


26 




84,374 85 

160 00 

60 00 

10,227 06 

9,664 44 






Militia Pensions, Upper Canada, 1837-38 












Northwest Mounted Police 


















Superannuation. 




104,486 35 






180 00 


180 00 
269,166 81 


















180 00 


269,346 81 







These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

A. H. Brown 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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inilltia and Defence^ 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 

exceeded. 


Under Statute. 

Pay of inspector general, chief of general 
staflt, adjutant general, quartermaster 
general and master general of ordnance. . 

Aid tfi civil power : — 

Buckingham strike 


$ cts. 
16,200 00 


$ cts. 

16,200 00 

1,960 25 
61 04 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Htimilton Street Railway strike 










Under Supply Bill. 

Cajntal. 

Purchase of ordnance, arms, rifle ranges, lands 
for military purposes, reserve stores of 
clothing, equipment, &c., and for fitting 
up rifle ranges 




18,221 29 






918,750 00 
56,250 00 


■ 919,032 87 
56,250 00 




(a) 282 87 


Manufactiire of reserve {ammunition at Domi- 
nion arsenal 






975,000 00 


975,282 87 




282 87 


Pay and allowances 


1,016,250 00 

725,000 00 

71,000 OO 

37,500 00 

280,200 00 

275,000 00 

55,000 00 

275, UuO 00 

125,000 00 

48,000 00 

40,000 00 

18,500 00 

69,000 00 

226,000 00 

75,000 00 

750 00 

2,012 50 

1,813 00 

1,095 00 

112 85 


1,020,211 08 

724,. 377 98 

67,063 37 

\ 314,021 27 

274,941 19 
54,965 15 

274,509 83 

124,911 54 
45,240 50 
39,999 56 
17,759 91 
6°., 897 52 

224,401 35 

71,803 38 

679 60 

2,012 50 

1,813 00 

1,095 00 

112 85 




{b) 3,961 08 


Annual drill 


622 02 
3,936 63 

3,678 73 

58 81 

34 85 

490 17 

88 46 

2,759 50 

44 

740 09 

102 48 

598 65 

3,196 62 

70 40 


Salaries and wages 




Military properties : maintenance 




11 construction and repairs 

Provisions, supplies and remounts 

Transport and freight 




Clothing 




Stores ..... 

Grants to associations 




Contingencies 




Military surv'ey 




Royal MUitary College 




Dominion arsenal 

Customs dues 




Departmental library 




Gratuity to C. L. Worrell, late professor at 
Royal Military College 




Compensation to Lt.-Col. .T. B. McLean for 






Compensation to Surg.-Lt. Rudolph for in- 
juries received in canip, 1904 

Gratuity of two months' salary to the widow 
Of R.Q.M. Sgt. A. Costin, R.C.H.A.... 
















3,341,233 35 


3,328,816 58 


16.377 85 


3,961 M 



a. Overdraft is owing to transfers from Dominion Arsenal after accounts were closed. 

b. Owing principally to overdraft at Halifax to pay men before funds for 1907-8 were available. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 
H. Gross. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



1— 2c 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



italliv^ays: Capital. 



Grant. 



Snnimary: Under Supply Bill. 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway 

Miscellaneous : new cars for Gov. General 



Intercolonial JRail^'ay: Capital. 



Antigonish: increased accommodation 

Blackville and Indiantown: to put railway in 

oi>eration 

Campbellton: improvements 

Chaudiere Junction: engine house, etc 

Dalhousie: extension of wharf . 

Drummondville: improvements 

Gibson: air compressor, &c 

Glengarry: Water tank and reservoir 

Halifax: increased accommodation 

It deep water terminus 

<T .1 II (supplementary) . . . 

Levis: Princess pier (supplementary) 

Mitchell: diversion of line 

Moncton: locomotive and car shops 

Newcastle: improvements 

New Glasgow: increased accommodation 

(supp'y). 

Pictou: increased accommodation 

Pictou Landing: raising wharf 

M ,1 II (supplementary).. 

Riviere du Loup: engine house, &c 

Rothesay: improvements 

Sackville: improvements 

Springhill Junction: increased accommodation. . 

Stellartim: increased accommodation 

Sydney: increased accommodation 

„ M M (supplementary) 

Sydney Mines: extension to 

Ste. Klavie: increased accommodation 

„ 11 II (supplementary) 

St. John: increased accommodation 

St. Leonard Junction: diversion of line 

II II II (supplem'y) 

St. Philippe de Neri: land 

Traro: increased accommodation 

Original construction 

Additional sidings and spur lines 

Increased accommodation and facilities 

Rolling stock: general vote 

II box cars: side ladders 

II freight cars: air brakas 

II ti drawbar.'; 

New machinery 

Steam shovel 

Water supply 

Double tracking 

II (supplementary) 

Improving grades . 

Fencing ... 

Strengthen bridges 

Time recorders and watchmen's clocks 

Ice houses 



$ cts. 

2,581,490 00 

190,835 00 

10,000,000 00 

39,000 00 



12,811,325 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

1,506,248 26 
91,710 52 

5,537,867 50 
38,582 89 



Grant 
not used. 



1,500 00 

15,000 00 
17,200 00 
39,500 00 

4,000 00 
12,750 00 

1,800 00 

6, .500 00 
300,000 00 

5,000 00 
15,000 00 

3,800 00 

4,000 00 

540,000 00 

25,500 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 
75,000 00 
10,000 00 

5,000 00 
12,500 00 

1,050 00 
25,000 00 

4,500 00 
10, .500 00 
12,500 00 

8,500 00 
31,700 00 
11,000 00 

6,000 00 
14, .300 00 

3,000 00 

2,500 00 

250 00 

84,000 00 

1,500 00 
45,700 00 
21,050 00 
625,290 00 
14,000 00 
21,000 00 
45,000 00 
72,500 00 
14,000 00 
26,000 00 
44,000 CO 

7,000 00 

4,000 00 

16,000 00 

290,000 00 

1,500 00 

11,100 00 



7,174,409 17 



1,418 43 

789 00 

.5,529 85 

31,821 23 

106 45 

3,681 01 

1,780 91 

1,585 78 

260,124 63 



19,.360 58 

3,778 22 

3,986 86 

183,531 02 

2,760 96 



13,000 00 
74,638 18 



14,989 05 

5,998 72 

47 16 

24,916 00 

20 94 

2,810 47 



17,612 69 
22,195 85 



16,914 78 
2,259 41 



5,485 72 



83,652 83 

573 66 

32,433 72 

15,184 21 

343,676 86 

2,275 00 

21,000 00 

12,531 20 

50,214 73 

11,700 00 

11,222 15 



50,751 82 
3,246 44 

15,983 36 

118,272 88 

1,285 50 

11,100 00 



2,581,490 00 1,506,248 26 



S cts. 

1,075,241 74 

99,124 48 

4,462,132 50 

417 11 



5,636,915 83 



81 57 

14,211 00 

11,670 15 

7,678 77 

3,893 55 

9,068 99 

19 09 

4,914 22 

39,875 37 



639 42 

21 78 

13 14 

3.56,468 98 

22,739 04 



361 82 



10 95 

6,501 28 
1,002 84 
84 00 
4,479 06 
7,689 53 



3,387 31 
9,504 15 



85 22 
12,040 59 



Grant 
exceeded. 



14 28 

250 00 

347 17 

926 34 

13,266 28 

5,865 79 

281,613 14 

11,725 00 



32,468 80 

22,285 27 

2,300 00 

14,777 85 



248 18 

7.53 56 

16 64 

171,727 12 

214 50 



1,075,241 74 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Railways : Capftali 



* Prince Edvrard Island ICailway : 
Capital. 

Charlottfitown : Increased accommodation 

Murray Harbour Branch and Hillsborough 

Bridge 

•Summerside : Improvements 

Shelters and platforms 

Rolling stock 

New machinery 

iNational Transcontinental Railway : 
Capital. 

Surveys and construction 

miscellaneons : Capital. 

New cars for Governor-General 



Grant. 



S cts. 



150,000 00 

2,400 00 

2,000 00 

935 00 

25,500 00 

10,000 00 



190,835 00 



10,000,000 00 



39,000 00 



Expenditure. 



S cts . 



70,316 00 

2,397 59 

1,998 01 

931 03 

11,342 74 

4,725 15 



91,710 52 



Grant not 
used. 



S cts. 



79,G84 00 

2 41 
1 99 

3 97 
14,157 26 

5,274 85 



99,124 48 



5,537,867 50 



38,582 89 



4,462,132 50 



417 11 



Grant 

exceeded. 



$ cts. 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined 

* F. E. Snelling. 
fj. W. Forbes. 
Frederick Hayter. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



1-21C 



C-20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Canals : Capitalt 



Cornwall and other St. Lawrence canals 

Lachine Canal : electrical Installation 

II slopewalls 

II dredging 

Sault Ste. Marie canal : cra.struction .... 

1 1 shelter tor lockmen. . . . 

I, (supp.) 

Soulanges Canal : workshops^ 

heating, &c ... 

ti iniproveinents 

II lodgings for electrical staff 

(supp.)., 

II wharf at Cascades 

II tug-boat engine 

St. Lawrence Canal . North Channel. . 

I, Ml, (supp.).. 

Trent Canal : construction 

II Holland River: improvements 

East Branch , 

,1 surveys 

Welland Canal- 
Port Col borne entrance : improvements 

II II M (supp.) 

II elevator 

Electric lighting, &c 

Welland : culvert and dock 

II turning basin 

Niagara and Queenston streets and Homer 

Road crossing • bridges 

Deepening summit level 

Survey of canal 

11 (supp.) 

Williamsburg Canals — 

Galops . enlargement 

II II (supp.)... 

Galops Rapids : complete channel 

II 11 (supp.)... 



Under Statute ; Exoliequer Court 
A^vardst 



Williamsburg Canals — 

Galops , 

Raf)ide Plat 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 

.3,000 00 

33,375 00 

11,250 00 

100,000 00 

2,000 00 

200 00 

550 00 
14,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,300 00 

1,000 00 

24,500 00 

42,000 00 

175,000 00 

100,000 00 
12,000 00 

225,000 00 

75,000 00 

200,000 00 

110,000 00 

50,000 00 

20,000 00 

100,000 00 

70,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

33,000 00 

12,000 00 

11,050 00 

2,300 00 



1,447,775 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

5,218 03 

2,949 98 

4,7.50 76 

11,134 11 

93,.304 63 

I 2,200 00 

549 47 

I 

}■ 12,959 41 

I 
J 

I 61,528 34 

132,081 02 

12,282 23 
8,682 17 

l 287,586 16 

24,063 96 
55,445 13 

} 39,752 68 

1,115 10 
61,516 73 

\ 10,825 27 



45,000 00 
13,350 00 



886,301 18 



782 52 
754 'Jl 



1,537 43 



Grant not 
used. 



$ cts. 

31 97 

50 02 

28,618 24 

115 89 

6,695 37 



53 
5,340 59 

4,971 66 
42,918 98 

87,717 77 
3,317 83 

12,413 84 

175,936 04 

54,554 87 

30,247 32 

98,884 90 
8,483 27 

1,174 73 



561,473 82 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 

J 



Examined, 

m. a. istorthwood. 
Frederick Hayter. 



FRASER, 
Auditor General, 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-21 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Canals: Income. 



Beauharnois Canal : Weir St. Stanislas 

Carillon and Grenville Canals — 

Dam across sides 

Swing Vjridge 

Grenville wharf 

Chauibly Coiial — 

House for bridge keeper 

Macadamize tow path 

" . " (supp.) 

Macadamize road west side of canal 

Strengtlien b anks . 

(supp.) 

Culvert, Deneault 's farm 

1. (supp.) 

St. Johns, conduit under canal 

CoitiwhIi Canal — 

Fill in space between old and newloc ks at foo 
of canal (.supp. ) 

North bank, repairs (su[)p. ) 

Scow 

Wharf at foot of canal 

Lacbine Canal — 

Grading, &c., lock No. 2 

Widening wharf, basin No. 1 

Wall at Warehousing Co.'s, basin No. 2 

Locks Nos. 1 and 2, final estimate (supp.) 

Repairs to dry dock, final estimate (supp.) .... 

Repairs to lock No. 1 (supp. ) 

Murray Canal : concrete piers 

Quebec Canals — 

Re-m.arking boundaries, &c 

Two Hat scows 

Rideau Canal — 

Three swing bridges 

New tr.g 

To pay J. OToole 

Land damages 

Soulanges Canal : general repairs 

Ste. Anne's Lock : piers north side entrance .... 
St. Ours Lock : New boom piers and booms .... 
Trent Canal — 

Improvements 

Damages bv flooding^to pay Curtis Bros 

Wellanci Canal - 

Stone protection to banks 

Retaining wall, rock cut 

Chippewa and O'Neil's bridges — abutments. . . 

Foundations of weir, lock No. 2, old canal. ., . 

Port Maitland — entrance piers 

Williamsburg Canals — 

Galops : stop leak 

Galops : retaining wall 

Surveys and Inspections : canals 



Railways: Income. 

Surveys and inspections : railways 

. . " " (supp-) 

Railway statistics . 

^ " . " (supp.) . . ^ 

Subscription to International Railway Congress. 

Governor-General's car : repairs, &c 

Contribution of Government Railways to the 
Faculty of McGill University 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

600 00 

26,2.50 00 
2,250 00 
7,500 00 

2,200 00 
7,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,.500 00 
4,750 00 
2,000 00 
640 00 
900 no 
8,000 00 



10,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,500 00 

7,000 00 

20,500 (10 

22,000 00 

5,000 00 

916 00 

20,000 00 

18,000 00 

1,500 00 
4,500 00 

3,600 00 
7,500 00 
3,315 96 
31 00 
3,225 00 
2,450 00 
4,200 00 

30,500 00 
4,898 00 

20,000 00 
90,000 00 
12,000 00 
5,000 00 
30,000 00 

18,000 00 

11,000 00 

2,250 00 



429,975 96 



13, .500 00 
7.500 00 
1,875 00 
1,000 00 
97 33 
2,500 00 

2,500 00 

28,972 33 



Expenditure. 



S cts. 

598 64 

1,213 70 
2,225 00 
5,954 68 

2,199 57 
9,996 67 
1,493 91 
6,724 25 

1,539 40 
8,000 00 



1,084 00 

728 16 

2,361 75 

17 70 

6,998 18 
20,462 30 
20,717 03 

5,000 00 



12,694 74 
10,423 00 

1,487 42 
4,410 73 

3,483 97 
7,500 00 
3,315 96 
22 10 
3,216 29 
2,149 96 
4,200 00 

30,462 10 
4,898 00 

19,961 38 

12,107 60 

11,999 57 

4,604 93 

. 7,362 99 

18,000 00 
405 65 
943 58 



Grant 
not used. 



261,294 91 



15,719 54 

3,529 58 

97 33 
104 88 

2,500 00 

21,951 33 



S cts, 

1 36 

25,036 30 

25 30 

1,545 32 

43 

3 33 

6 09 

25 75 

60 



8,916 00 
271 84 
138 25 

2,482 30 

1 82 
37 70 

1,282 97 

' 91600 
7,305 26 
7,577 00 

12 58 
59 27 

116 03 





8 90 
8 71 
04 

37 90 



38 62 

77,892 40 

43 

395 07 

22,637 01 



10, .594 35 
1,306 42 



168,661 05 



5,280 46 



2,395 12 



7,675 58 



Grant 
exceeded. 



C-22 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Bailw^ays and Canals : Income. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Arbitrations and awards 


S cts. 

3,000 00 
4,500 00 

27,863 50 

2,837 50 

91 66 

141 66 

2,271 78 

1,500 00 
3,750 00 


$ cts. 

'3,736'i4 

25,238 10 

2,454 15 

91 66 

141 66 

2,271 78 

1,500 00 

2,815 82 


S cts. 

3,000 00 
763 86 

2,575 40 
183 35 

934 18 


$ cts. 


Costs of litigation 




Employees in the Dept. of Railways and Canals — 

Engineers, draughtsmen, &c 

Exra clerks, copyists, &c 




Legal representatives of late L. W. Armstrong. . 
M. O'Neil 




Governor-General's trip to the Provinces of 

" Saskatchewan and Alberta 

Remuneration to A. Brunet, Government Direc- 
tor of G.T.P. Ry. (snpp.) 




Miscellaneous works not provided for 








Railway Commission : Income. 

Maintainance and operation of the Board of 
Railway Commissioners for Canada 


45,756 10 


38,299 31 


7,456 79 




52, .500 00 


46,914 29 


5,585 71 








Railway Commission : Statutory. 

Salaries of Commissioneis and Secretary 


22,500 00 


21,750 00 


750 00 





These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

m. a. northwood. 
Frederick Hatter. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General, 



Consolidated Revenue Fund. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under Statute. 


8 cts. 


S cts. 
1,324,889 30 


§ cts. S cts. 






1 



This account has been examined under my direction and is correct. 



Examined, 

Frederick HaYter. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public "Works : Cliargeable 
to Capital. 



Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Astronomical Observatory — Fitt- 
ings, furniture, transit house, &c 

Dominion Archives Building 

Royal Mint 

Parliament Buildings — Additions and al 
terations 

Victoria Memorial Museum 

Departmental Buildings — Additions to 
Eastern Block 

Western Departmental Block — Addition . . 

New Departmental Buildings — Including 
site 

Ottawa Supreme Court — Addition to Lib 
rary 

Rideau Hall — Improvements , 



Harbours and Rivers — 

Quebec Harbour — Improvements 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel 

Additional amount required for new dredge 
plant for the sliip channel in the river St 
Lawrence below Quebec 

Additional amount required for permanent 
pier in Lake St. Peter and other places 
in the ship channel, River St. Lawrence. 

Further amount required for the operation 
of dredge 'Galveston ' for the ship chan- 
nel below Quebec . 

For acquisition of additional'dredge plant, 
namely, one spoon dredge and one clam- 
shell derrick for the vigorous prosecution 
of the work of improvement at Cap k la- 
Roche 

Compensation to Louis Brien for injuries 
received on board the dredge ' J. I. Tarte', 
November 3, 1903 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Harbour 
and River Improvements 

St. Andrew's Rapids — Red River — Im- 
provements 



Transportation Facilities — 

Georgian Bay to Montreal — Waterway siir 
vey, via French and Ottawa Rivers, in- 
cluding payments authorized notwith- 
standing anything in the C. S. Act 

Montreal Harbour (Lower Division) im- 
provements below St. Mary's current.. . . 

Port Colbome — Harbour improvements. . . 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



1.5,000 00 

38,000 00 

150,000 00 

50,000 00 
125,000 00 

75,000 00 
41,000 00 

500,000 00 

20,000 00 
50,000 00 



230,000 00 
441,000 00 



150,000 00 

130,000 00 

50,000 00 

115,000 00 

2,200 00 
300,000 00 
125,000 00 

100,000 00 

110,000 00 
60,000 00 



2,877,200 00 



Expenditure. 



S cts. 



1,755 42 
38,001 08 
65,149 11 

35,841 33 
44,835 76 



22,585 42 

332,253 24 

4,336 51 
36,292 63 

144,017 35 



619,860 55 



215,338 00 
97,213 14 



99,508 07 

18,229 82 
22,653 73 



1,797,871 16 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

13,244 58 

"84i856'89' 

14,158 67 
80,164 24 

75,000 00 
18,414 58 

167,746 76 

15,663 49 
13,707 37 

85,982 65 



268,339 45 



84,662 00 
27,786 86 



491 93 

91,770 18 
37,346 27 



1,079,329 92 



Grant 
exceeded. 



8 cts. 



1 08 



1 08 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 

Examined, J. FRASER, 

Chas. H. Douglas. 
Frederick Hayikr. Auditor General. 



C 24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public Works: Chargeable to 
Income. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
Exceeded. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Public Buildiw/s, Nova Scotia— 










Antigonish Public Buildiiip 


10,000 00 


2,548 56 


7,451 44 




Bridgewater Public Building 


7,000 00 


5,591 21 


1,408 79 




Canso Public Building . . 


9,500 00 


7,525 02 


1,974 98 




Glace Bay Public Building 


15,000 00 


5,330 20 


9,669 74 




Halifax Dominion Buildings— Improve- 










ments, repairs, &c 


2,000 00 


1,363 87 


636 13 




Halifax Immigrant Building — Additional 










story, (fee .... 


2,000 00 


2,030 69 




39 69 


Halifax Immigrant Detention Building . . . 
Halifax new Public Building 


30,000 00 


30,013 88 




13 88 


53,000 00 


39,397 84 


13,602 16 




Halifax Quarantine Station, Lawlor's Island 








— Winter hospital, electric plant, repairs. 










&c _. 


22,500 00 


6,196 28 


16,303 72 




Inverness Public Building 


10,000 00 


8,734 48 


1,265 52 




Lunenburg Public Building 


2,000 00 


2,038 45 




38 45 


North Sydney Public Buflding— Repairs 










and improvements 


2,750 00 


2,745 72 


4 28 




Pictou Public Building— Improvements. . , 


1,500 00 


1,129 40 


370 60 




Shelburne Public Building 


10,000 00 


1,594 55 


8,405 45 




Sydney Public Building— Addition 


5,000 00 


4,429 08 


570 92 




Sydney Quarantine Station— Arto.^ian well 


200 00 


207 29 




7 29 


Westville Public Building 


3,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,66066 




YarmouthPublic Building— Improvements 


3.000 00 


465 64 


2,534 36 




Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island— 










Soui is Public Building 


10,000 00 


5,810 43 


4,189 57 




Summerside Public Building— Assistance 










to municipal authorities towards opening 










Summer St. to Water St 

Public Building^., New Brunswick— 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 














Campbellton Public Building 


5,000 00 


3,818 62 


1,181 38 




Dalhousie Public Building— Renewals, re- 










pairs, &c 

Fredericton Public Building— Fittings, fur- 


1,500 00 


1,593 52 




93 52 







niture, &c ... 


3,000 00 


2,816 84 


183 16 




Moncton Public Building— Cleaning, paint- 










ing, renovating, &c 


1,000 00 


343 65 


656 35 




St. John Dominion Buildings— Improve- 










ments, repairs, &c .... 

St. John Military Buildings— Addition to 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 












stores building" and wagon and gun shed . 


13,000 00 


6 00 


12,994 00 




St. John Quarantine Station, Partridge 










Island— To complete water service, &c. . 


13,000 00 


13,099 42 




99 42 


St. John Quarantine Station— Heating ap- 












1,650 00 


1,637 00 


13 00 




St. John Quarantine Station — Repairs to 










wharf and buildings, grading, &c 


2,000 00 


1,090 50 


909 50 




Tracadie Lazaretto— Laundry and sanitary 










work 


7,000 00 
10,000 00 


152 08 
9,875 30 


6,847 92 
124 70 




Woodstock Armoury and Gun Shed . 




Public Buildinf/s, Maritime Provinces gen- 










erally — 










Renewals, improvements, repairs, &c 


10,000 00 


8,732 78 


1,267 22 




Public Huildinas, Quebec— 










General^v— Renewals, improvements, re- 










pairs, &c . 

Acton vale Public Building 


12,000 00 
1,.500 00 


12,003 85 
1,061 59 




3 85 


438'4i" 




Aylmer Post OflBce— Alterations, &c 

Chicoutimi Public Building 


1,200 00 


1,016 97 


183 03 




12,0(^0 00 


9,893 58 


2,106 42 




Fraserville Public Building— Improvements 


1,500 00 


952 55 


547 45 




Grosse Isle Quarantine Station— Improve- 










. 


12,500 00 


12,520 27 




20 27 


ments 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station— Disinfect- 






ing apparatus, including building 


7,500 00 


223 82 


7,276 18 




Iberville Public Building. . . 


6,000 00 


6,059 67 




59 67 


Joliette Public liuilding- Itnprovemc-nts. . 


1,200 00 


685 29 


514 7i 




Lachute Public Building 


6,0(X) 00 




6,000 00 




Levia Public Building 


ibsm 00 


""'7,060 83' 


7,939 17 




Carried forward, . . 


345,500 00 


227,305 78 


118,570 26 


376 04 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Works : Chargeable to 
Income — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Public Buildinc/s, Qvchcc — Con. 

Longueuil Public Building 

Magog Public Building 

Montmagny Public Building 

Montreal — Barracks for permanent corps 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — Addi- 
tions and alterations, including fittings, 
furniture, &c 

Montreal Military Buildings — New stores 
building 

Montreal Post Office — Building for and in 
stallation of pneumatic tube system for 
post office purposes 

Montreal new Postal Station site and build 



mg. 



Montreal Public Buildings — I m p r o v e 
ments, alterations, repairs, &c 

Nicolet Public Building 

Quebec Citadel— Drill Shed for School of 
Gunnery 

Quebec Citadel — Governor General's quar- 
ters—repairs, furniture, &c 

Quebec Immigrant Buildings — Repairs, &o. 

Quebec Immigrant Hospital — for trachoma, 
&c. 

Quebec Immigrant Hospital — for trachoma, 
&c. — Sites for auxiliary cottages and 
septic tanks 

Quebec Military Buildings — Mam store 
building at Dominion Arsenal ...... 

Quebec Military Buildings — Shed for 
storage of heavy goods in shot-vard 

Quebec Province — Immigrant "Buildings 
generally 

ilimouski Public Building — I m p r o v e ■ 
ments, &c. . 

Sherbrooke Drill Hall 

Sorel Public Building — Improvements, &c, 

St. Henri Post Office — Improvements 

St. Hyacinthe Drill Hall 

St. Johns Military Buildiiigs — Stables for 
cavalry 

St. Johns Public Building 

Three Rivers Custom House — Improve- 
ments 

Three Rivers Drill Hall 

Three Rivers Dominion Buildings —To pay 

municipal corporation, &c 

Public Buildings, Ontario. 

Generally, renewals, improvements, &c.. . . 

Alexandria Public Building — Reconstruc- 
tion 

Amherstburg Public Building — Repairs 
and improvements 

Amprior Public Building — Repairs and 
improvements 

Barrie Public Building — Renovating in- 
terior, &c 

Belleville Armoury 

BelleviUe Public Building — Improvements. 

Brantford Public Building — I m p r o v e - 
ments 

Chatham Armoury 

Gait Public Building — Additional accom- 
modation, alterations to P.O. fittings, &c. 

Carried forward 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
345,500 00 



2,000 00 
10,000 00 

7,000 00 
20,000 00 



7,000 00 
10,000 GO 

55,000 00 

30,000 00 

8,000 00 
15,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 
5,000 00 

30,000 00 

5,000 00 

7,000 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,200 00 

20,000 00 

2,500 00 

1,200 00 

28,000 00 

7,000 00 
15,000 00 

2,000 00 
30,000 00 

976 54 

12,000 00 

9,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

15,000 00 

3,000 00 

6,000 00 
5,000 00 

5,500 00 



Expenditure. 



741,876 51 



S cts 
227,305 78 



220 53 
4,150 00 
1,380 77 



7,000 00 



1,571 00 

27,606 03 

, 8,050 52 
8,152 51 



810 95 
687 93 

30,092 99 



478 13 

535 00 

2,958 17 

415 21 



1,340 10 

16^582 '2i' 

32 25 
829 60 

2,027 59 
24,618 51 

976 54 

12,198 08 

8,907 38 

850 55 

166 80 

933 05 

1,985 G9 
2,800 56 

2,917 57 
5,001 82 

3,240 67 



406,828 49 



Grant not 
used. 



$ cts 
118,570 26 



1,779 47 

5,850 00 

5,619 23 

20,000 00 



10,000 00 

53,429 00 
2,393 97 



6,847 49 

10,000 00 

1,189 05 
4,312 07 



5,000 00 

6,521 87 

465 00 

2,041 83 

780 79 

20,000 00 

1,159 90 

1,200 00 

11,417 79 

6,967 75 
14,170 40 



5,381 49 



92 62 

149 45 

1,833 20 

66 95 

13,014 31 

199 44 

3,082 43 



2,259 33 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 
376 04 



50 52 



92 99 



27 59 



198 08 



1 82 



335,795 09 



747 04 



C-26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public Works : Chargeable to 
Income — Continued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought forward 

Public Buildings, Ontario — Con. 


S cts. 
741,876 54 

30,000 00 

5.000 00 

30.000 00 

6,000 00 

1,600 00 

20,000 00 

10,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 
3,000 00 

20,000 00 

15,500 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

7,000 00 
1,000 00 

61,000 00 

5.000 00 

22,500 00 

25,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 

4,500 00 

4,000 UO 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

7,000 00 

3,500 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

35,000 00 
3,315 00 
6,000 00 

75,000 00 

1,900 00 
3,000 00 

50,000 00 


S cts. 
406,828 49 

24,200 21 

5,122 91 

24,382 57 

533 59 

1,671 88 

14,910 46 

9,826 92 

982 55 

1,521 53 


S cts. 
335,795 09 

5,799 79 


S cts. 
747 04 


Guelph Public Building— Additions, im- 


122 91 


Hamilton 1 )rill Hall — Addition 


5,617 43 
5,466 41 




Hamilton Post Office— Alterations 


71 88 


Kingston ^lilitary Buildings — Barracks 
for R. C. Field Artillery 


5,089 54 

673 08 
17 45 

3,666 "66" 

1,473 50 




Kingston Military Buildings— Stable ac- 




Kingston Post Office— Alterations, &c . . . 
Kingston Royal Military College— Stable . 

London Military Buildings— Magazine 

London Military Buildings — New Stores 

Building 

London Post Office— Additions and im- 

provemente 

Niagara Falls Public Building— Improve- 


21 53 


18,526 50 

15,639 17 

900 00 
4,444 66 
4,006 35 


139 17 


100 00 
5,555 34 




North Bay Public Building 

Oshawa Public Building 

Ottawa Military Buildings— Additional 


6 35 


7,000 00 
1,000 00 

1 13 

3,569 74 




Ottawa Military Buildings— Improvements 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Steel 
drawers, roller shelves, fittings, &c 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings— Recon- 
struction of Nepean stone facing 

Ottawa Post Office— P. 0. fittings and re- 






60,998 87 

1,430 26 

22,637 85 

25,122 21 
403 54 
509 51 

2,470 76 

1,624 35 

13 60 
9,312 79 
1,976 90 

6,491 25 

3,291 58 

67 52 

9,995 96 

26,935 47 


137 85 


Ottawa Printing Bureau— Fireproof a,ddi- 
tion to building, also additional story 
and new fireproof roof . . 

Owen Sound Public Building 

Peterborough Armoury 

Peterborough Public Building — Addition 




122 21 


9,596 46 
19,490 49 

2,029 24 

2,375 65 

3,986 40 

687 21 

1,023 10 

508 75 

208 42 

9,932 48 

4 04 

8,004 53 

3,315 00 

1,545 68 




Port Arthur Public Building— Improve- 




St. Catharines Public Buildings— Improve- 
ments, including removal of plumbing, 
&c 




■ St. Mary's Public Building 

St. Thomas Drill HaU— Grading grounds.. 
St. Thomas Public Building— Improve- 




Sandwich Public Building , 




Simcoe Public Building 

Stratford Armoury 

Toront-o Custom House — Alterations and 




of paving esplanade 

Toronto Dominion Buildings— Renewals, 




4,454 32 
75,023 43 






23 43 


Toronto Drill Hall— Government share of 
paving Uni versity and Chestnut Sts 

Toronto Military Buildings — Barracks for 
permanent corps to replace property sole 
to the city 


1,900 00 
3,000 00 

49,984 35 








15 65 








Carried forward 


1,282,691 54 


786.273 61 


497,810 30 


1,392 37 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public \%'"orks : Chargeable to 

Iiiootne -Cont'nufd. 



Brought forward. 



Public Buildings, Ontario — Con. 

Toronto Post Office — Addition and alter 
ations, furniture, fittings, &c., to make 
good damage done by fire, April 29, 1906 

Toronto Post Office — Land, building, pneu- 
matic plant and machinery 

Toronto Post Office— Postal Station ' F ' . . 

Toronto Post Office — Station 'B,' repairs 
and improvements 

Toronto Postal Station 'C — Government 
share of cost of street paving, &c 

Windsor Dominion Buildings — To pay 
Municipal Corporation for local improve- 
ments 

Wingham Public Building 

Woodstock Armourj' 

Public Buildings, Manitoba — • 

Generally, renewals, improvements, 
pairs, &c . 

Brandon Drill Hall 

Neepawa Public Building 

Selkirk Public Building, 

St. Boniface Public Building , 

Winnipeg District Military Stores Building 

Winnipeg Dominion Buildings — Repairs, 
&c .•■•••. ; ■ •. 

Winnipeg New Immigration Building .... 

Winnipeg Old Immigration Buildings — 
Improvements . 

Winnipeg Military Buildings — Quarters 
for non-com. officers, &c 

Winnipeg New Post Office— Land and 
building 

Winnipeg Postal Station, north of C.P.R 
track 

Winnipeg Postal Station, north of C.P.R 
tracks — Interest on balance of purchase 
price of site (.$1.5,709.50) remaining due 
from July 29, 1905, to date of payment, 

Oct. 11, 1905 

Public Buildiw/s, Saskatchmcan and Alberta — 

Generally, renewals, improvement.^, repairs 

Alameda Land Office 

Barracks for permanent corps (Strathcona 
Horse) . . 

Calgary Public Building — Enlargement for 
P. O. and Exam. Warehouse purposes, 
changes, fittings, &c 

Court, lock-up and police accommodation.. 

Edmonton Immigration Building 

Edmonton Jail , 

Edmonton Public Building 

Medicine Hat Public Building 

Moosejaw Public Building 

Prince Albert — Public building for post 
office, court house and registry purposes 

Regina Dominion Buildings — Repairs, im 
provements, &c ... 

Regina Dominion Lands Office — Sanitary 
improvements and fittings 

Regina Government House — Improve 
ments ^ . . 

Regina Post Office, Custom House, &c . . , 

Saskatoon Immigrant Building— Repairs. . 

Saskatoon Public Building 



Carried forward 2,004,722 56 I 1,174,788 83 



Grant. 



cts. 



1,282,691 54 



25,000 00 

20,000 00 
30,000 00 

1,500 00 

500 00 



1,771 78 
10, COO 00 
21,500 00 



8,000 00 
20,000 00 

5,000 00 
10,000 00 

5,000 00 
15,000 00 

5,000 00 
47,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

200,000 00 

30,000 00 



159 24 

5,000 00 
3,000 00 

40,000 00 



30,000 00 
1,500 00 
16,000 00 
20,000 00 
40,000 00 
15,000 00 
10,000 00 

20,000 00 

2,000 00 

3, GOO 00 

2,000 00 

25,000 00 

500 00 

15.000 00 



Expenditure. 



S cts. 
786,273 61 

25,043 75 

180 00 
29,993 78 



1,771 56 

9,543 73 

11,378 09 



2,541 72 



1,166 76 
158 33 
211 10 

8,225 10 

3,764 19 
46,967 58 

4,985 72 

2,749 74 

118,505 78 

549 64 



1,697 14 
418 15 



30,122 25 



8,841 69 
9,898 62 
5,059 40 
3,767 58 
12,043 19 

19,999 22 

104 33 

3,054 56 



25,037 80 

558 85 
175 87 



Grant not 
u.sed. 



8 cts. 
497,810 30 



19,820 00 

6 22 

1,500 GO 

500 00 



22 

456 27 

10,121 91 



5,458 28 
20,0C0 00 
3,833 24 
9,841 67 
4,788 90 
6,774 90 

1,235 81 
32 42 

1,014 28 

3,250 26 

81,494 22 

29,4.50 36 



159 24 

3,302 86 
2,581 85 

40,000 00 



1,.500 00 

7,158 31 

10,101 .38 

34,940 60 

11,232 42 

3,956 81 

78 

1,895 67 

545 44 

2,000 00 



14,824 13 



831,588 75 



Grant 
Exceeded. 



$ cts. 
1,392 37 

43 75 



122 25 



37 80 

58 85 



1,655 02 



C-28 



AUDITOR UE^iERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public Works — Cbargeable to 
Income — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Grant. 



Public Buildings, Brilifh Columbia — 

Generally, renewals, improvements, repairs 

Cumberland Public Building 

Fernie Public Building 

Ladysmith Public Building 

Nelson Public Building — Improvements, 

including, fittings, &c 

New Westminster Building— For Marine 
and Fisheries and Indian Affairs agency. 

Osoyoos Public Building 

Vancouver Public Building 

William Head Quarantine Station — Im- 
provements, repairs, supplies, &c 

Public Buildings Generally — 

Renewals, improvements, repairs 

Salaries to resident clerks of works, assis 

tants, &c 

Construction of armouries 

Experimental farms 

Ottaiva Public Buildings — 

Repairs, furniture, &c _ 

Heating (including salaries of engineers, 

firemen, &c.) 

Elevator attendants 

Gas and electric light, including roads and 

bridges 

Telephone service 

Grounds. 

jMajor's Hill Park 

Major's Hill Park — Lighting with electric 

lamps 

Removal of snow, including Rideau Hall . . 
Ottaiva and other Buildings — 

Rents 

Electric and other power for running eleva- 
tors, stamp cancelling machines, &c 

Rideau Hall— 
Repairs, furniture, &c.. including grounds 

Allowance for fuel and light 

Dominion Public Buildings — 

Furniture 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers, &c. — 

Salaries 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers, &c 

Supplies 

Heating 

Lighting 

Water • • • .• 

Post Offices — Fittings and supplies 

Cattle Quarantine Stations— Renewals, re- 
pairs, &c ... . 

Dominion Immigrant Buildings — Repairs, 

furniture, &c 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — Main- 
tenance, &c , 

Yukon Territory — 
Public Buildings— Rents, repairs, fuel, 
lighting, water service, caretakers' sal- 
aries, &c 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — 

Amherst Point — Wharf . . . 

Anderson's Cove — Breakwater 

Annapolis — Repairs to Queen's Wharf 

Apple River — Wharf 

Arisaig Breakwater Pier — Repairs 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
2,004,722 56 



6,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

16,000 00 

2,000 00 

100,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

13,800 00 
37,500 00 
14,650 00 

154,000 00 

84,000 00 
12,700 00 

26,000 00 
9,850 00 

12.000 00 
6,000 00 

2,900 00 
4,700 00 

97,000 00 

7,500 00 

28,500 00 
6,375 00 

9,000 00 

125,250 00 

7,000 00 
83,000 00 
71,000 00 
16,500 00 
20,900 00 

12,500 00 

4,500 00 

3,000 00 



80,000 00 

5,500 00 
1,(00 00 
4,000 00 

8,000 m 

1,500 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts, 
1,174,788 83 



5,999 73 
736 75 
507 78 

1,553 20 

1,441 20 

12,188 57 

74 11 

99,979 27 

9,195 40 

6,079 05 

13,283 51 

9,877 98 
12,862 68 

153,344 64 

82,666 10 
12,670 61 

25,236 62 
9,843 09 

11,594 36 
5,033 26 



4,714 54 

97,000 00 

7,507 29 

28,508 22 
6,375 00 

9,000 00 

122,080 38 

6,999 90 
82,981 65 
70,997 91 
15,192 80 
20,889 01 

7,775 SI 

4,500 69 

267 50 

62,409 06 

3,784 93 
1,000 00 
4,078 70 
7,573 00 
499 23 



3,130,247 56 > 2,213,092 16 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts 
831,588 75 



27 

1,263 25 

9,492 22 

446 80 



3,811 43 

1,925 89 

20 73 

804 60 



516 49 

27,622 02 

1,787 32 

655 36 

1,333 90 
29 39 

763 38 

6 91 

405 64 

966 74 

2,900 00 



3,169 62 

10 

18 35 

2 09 

1,307 20 

10 39 

4,724 99 



2,732 50 

17,590 94 
1,715 07 



427 00 
1,000 77 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 
1,655 02 



41 20 



79 05 



14 54 

7 29 

8 22 



69 



78 70 



919,040 11 



1,884 71 



APPROPRIA TION AC CO UNT8 



C-29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Works; Chargeable to 
I u o ni e — Cont inued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grants 
not used. 


Grants 
exceeded. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


§ cts. 


S cts. 


Brought forward 


3,130,247 56 


2,213,092 16 


919,040 1] 


1,884 71 


Harhours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Con. 








Baddeck— Wharf 


7,000 UO 


222 23 


6,777 77 




Bailev's Brook — Channel protection 


2,000 00 


1,982 35 


17 65 




Barrington Passage — Channel improve- 










ment 


3,000 00 


2,993 50 


6 50 




Barrington Passage— Completion of wharf 










and extension of shed 


700 00 


311 40 


388 60 




Battery Point— Breakwater extension. . . . 


1,300 00 


668 40 


631 60 




Baxters Harbour — Reconstruction of 










breakwater . . . 


1,000 00 


745 54 


254 46 




Bayfield Breakwater — Repairs 


1,800 00 


1,799 73 


27 






5,500 00 
4,100 00 




5,500 00 




Bear Cove— Breakwater 


3,883 92 


216 08 




Big Liorraine — Dredging entrance 


3,000 00 




3,600 00 




Blue Rock- Breakwater repairs 


500 00 


497 61 


2 39 




Boisdale— Wharf 


5,500 00 


995 41 


4,504 59 




Bourgeois Inlet — Wharf 


2,500 00 


853 60 


1,046 40 




Bridgewater — Removal of rocks 


3,000 00 


3,063 38 




'63 38 


Canada Creek Breakwaters — Improve- 






ments ... . 


600 00 
5,000 00 
5,500 00 


750 00 

251 79 

5,052 33 




150 00 


Charlo's Cove — Breakwater 


4,748 21 
447 67 




Cheticamp Harbour — Improvements 




Church Print — ILxteusion of groyne. ... 


1,800 00 


1,793 12 


6 88 




Country Harbour — Removal of obstructions 


700 00 


G99 99 


01 




Cow Bay (Port Morien)— Repairs to break- 










water 


10,000 00 


8,447 57 


1,552 43 




Cribbon's Point — Wh.arf repairs 


900 00 
5,000 00 


941 21 
45 39 


'4,954'6i' 


41 21 


Culloden— Breakwater 




Delap's Cove Breakwater— Repairs and 










e.\tension „ 


1,000 00 


829 15 


170 85 






12,000 00 


1,363 11 


10,636 89 




Drumhead Breakwater — Extension 


6,000 00 


5,896 60 


103 40 




Economy — VV harf extension 


6,000 00 




6,000 00 




Eskascoui — Wharf 


3,100 00 
3,0fK) 00 


2,935'ii' 


3,100 00 
04 89 




Fort Lawrence Pier- Improvements 




Frude's Point — Wharf enlarjjement 


1,500 00 


1,503 66 




3 66 


Gabarus Harbour — Improvements 


800 00 


566 56 


233 44 




Georgeville Wharf — Extension 


1,500 00 


1,499 87 


13 




Glace Bay— Harbour improvements 

Goose Bav — Wharf 


12,500 00 
1,500 00 




12,500 00 




1,506 43 




6 43 


Grand Etang— Channel protection works. . 


4,300 00 




4,300 66 




Habitant River — Wharf at Canning 


10,500 00 


8,740 54 


1,759 46 




Half Island Cove — Breakwater 


7,500 00 




7,500 00 




Hall's Harbour — Repairs 


1,800 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 


1,628 71 


171 29 




Hiltz Narrows 


500 00 
983 08 


16 92 




Hunt's Point — Breakwater extension. . 




Inverness (Broad Cove), Mines Harbour — 










Repairs 


10,000 00 




10,000 00 




Jeddore— Wharf 


800 00 


47 23 


752 77 




Jersey Cove, or Eel Cove — Wharf 


4,500 00 


189 09 


4,310 91 




Joggin's Mines — Approach to breakwater. 


1,000 00 


862 13 


137 87 




Kelly's Cove — Breakwater 


8.500 00 


7,147 10 


1,352 90 




L'Ardoise — Breakwater repairs . 


5,000 00 


3,868 21 


1,131 79 




Larry's Kiver — Bri-akwater 


800 00 


793 51 


6 49 




Litchfield — l^ieakwater 


500 00 


499 50 


50 




Littre Brook — Breakwater repairs 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 








2,0( 00 
1,800 00 


1,292 83 


767 17 




Livingstone's Cove — Wh.arf repairs 


711 28 


1,088 72 




MaVjou- Repai.-s to harbour works .... 


1,200 00 


1,199 90 


10 




Malagash Wharf 


4,000 00 


1,706 30 


2,293 70 




Malignant Cove— Creosoted piling . . 


1,200 00 




1,200 00 




Mirblfc Moun'ain — Wharf 


2,000 00 


949 24 


1,050 76 




Maigarp: Harbour — Repairs to piers and 




lock excavation 


1,200 00 


1,002 09 


197 91 








Carried forward 


3 322 647 56 


2,299 711 86 


1,025,085 09 


2,149 39 



C-30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public Works: Cbargeable to 
Income — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Hvrhours mul Rivers, Nova Scotia — Con. 

Meteghan River— Brealvwater 

Middle Country Harbour — Wharf 

Mill Cove — Breakwater pier 

Moose Harbour— Breakwater 

New Cainpbellton — Ballast wharf 
Kelty's Cove 

New Harbour — Repairs to Breakwater at 
Black Point , , 

North East Harbour— Wharf 

Parker's Cove — Improvements 

Parrsboro — Harbour improvements. ... 

Pereaux (Delhaven) — Reconstruction of pile 
wharf in block and span work 

Petite Riviere — Improvements 

Phinney's Cove — Breakwater 

Pleasant Bay— Wharf 

Poinerville — Landing pier 

Porter's Lake — Boat channel to Three 
Fathom Harbour 

Port George Breakwater — Restoration of 
shore end 

Port Hastings — Wharf 

Port Hood Harlx)ur — Closing northern 
entrance 

Port Hood Wharf — Repairs, &c 

Port La Tour — Breakwater extension 

Port Lome — Breakwater 

Pugwash — Wharf 

Ray's Creek — Wharf 

Round Hill-Wharf 

Scotch Cove (White Point)— Breakwater. . 

Scott'e Bay — Breakwater extension, &c.. . . 

Sheet Harbour — Wharf on West River 

Skinner's Cove — Boat channel 'and protec- 
tion works 

Smith ville — Removal of rocks 

Tatamagouche — Wharf 

Toney River — Boat harbour - 

Tracadie Breakwater — Repairs 

Victoria Beach — Wharf 

Wallace Harbour — Improvements and re- 
pairs ^ 

West Arichat — Wharf . . . 

West Chezzetcook — Breakwater extension. 

West Head (Cape Sable Island)— Wharf. . . 

West Quoddy— Wharf 

W^eymouth Harbour — Removal of obstruc- 
tions, &c 

Wolfville Wharf— Reconstruction and re- 



pairs 

Wreck Cove Beach Protection Works- 
Repairs 

Yarmouth Harbour —Improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island- 
Annandale Pier — Renewals and repairs. . 

Brae Harbour ^Breakwater repairs 

China Point Pier— Repairs 

Graham's Pond — Strengthening piers on 

either side of entrance channel , 

Higgin'8 Shore Pier — Reconstruction and 

repairs. . . 

Kurd's Point Pier — Part reconstruction. . 
Kier's Shore Pier — Enlargement and repair 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
3,322,647 56 



000 00 

3,000 00 

19,300 00 

1,200 00 

15,700 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

6,600 00 

20,000 GO 

2,800 00 
8,000 00 
6,800 00 
7,850 00 
5,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 
4,000 00 

15,000 00 
1,500 00 
4,500 00 
1,000 00 
7,650 00 
1,500 00 
2,000 00 

10,000 00 
2,800 00 
1,500 00 

1,800 00 

900 00 

1,000 00 

5,500 00 

450 Oo 

10,000 00 

2,500 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,500 00 
2,500 00 

1,000 00 

300 00 

500 00 
10,000 00 



2,300 00 

1,800 00 

500 00 

700 00 

2,000 00 
1,750 00 
1,500 00 



Expenditure. 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
2,299,711 86 



538 00 

211 23 

5,623 50 



15,775 50 

2,125 74 

999 85 

5,797 25 

13,922 50 

2,796 99 
5,083 56 
1,495 89 
7,835 00 
65 13 

129 60 

330 83 



15,208 50 
1,176 68 
4,180 78 
742 96 
7,649 00 
1,189 85 
1,997 41 
32 78 
2,794 00 
1,298 44 

1,759 91 
890 00 
810 27 

2,103 11 
449 97 

5,762 83 

2,500 50 
2,427 50 



3,437 27 
2,487 63 

371 20 



500 00 
155 00 



2,300 00 

1,098 74 

589 46 

699 39 

1,976 37 
1,570 49 
1,341 94 



Carried forward I 3,539,447 56 i 2,432,5 14 41 



S cts. 
1,025,085 09 



62 00 

2,788 77 

13,676 50 

1,200 00 



874 26 

15 

802 75 

6,077 50 

3 01 

2 316 44 

5,304 11 

15 00 

4,934 87 

3,870 40 

1,609 17 
4,000 00 



323 32 
319 22 
257 04 

1 00 
310 15 

2 59 
9,967 22 

6 00 
201 56 

40 09 

10 00 

189 73 

3,396 89 

03 

4,237 17 



2,572 50 

3,000 00 

62 73 

12 37 

628 80 

300 00 



9,845 00 



701 26 



61 

23 63 
179 51 

158 06 



1,109,426 50 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 
2,149 39 



75 50 



208 60 



50 



89 46 



2,523 35 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-31 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public IVorks ; Cbargeable to 
Income — Continued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought forward 

Harbours and Rivers, P. E. Island— Con. 

Lambert's Pier — Renewals and repairs 

Miminigash Harbour — Extension of south- 


S cts. 
3,539,447 56 

1,500 00 

2,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,00(J 00 
500 00 
4,000 00 

7,500 00 

2,000 00 
11,500 00 

3,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
30,000 00 
2,000 00 

1,750 00 

1,250 00 
3,750 00 

2,000 00 
24,800 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 

2,000 00 
39,500 00 
23,985 00 

5,500 00 

2,900 00 

400 00 

2,050 m 

3,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 

17,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
13,000 00 
6,000 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

20,000 00 

113,000 00 

500 00 


S cts. 
2,432,544 41 

1,477 65 

36 83 

604 45 

1,000 60 

82 33 
501 58 
851 31 

6,532 50 

427 65 
3,896 95 

950 71 
610 78 
203 98 
5,848 04 
489 50 

1,695 96 

1,250 99 

1.998 82 
20,757 07 

9,996 88 

2,590 10 

548 60 

1,498 96 

1.999 99 
10,614 40 
23,904 74 

5,.529 00 

2,859 95 
247 81 

2;.546'66' 

82 05 

2,249 17 
209 96 

5,029 60 
8,420 78 


S cts. 
1,109,426 50 

22 35 

2,403 17 
1,395 55 


8 cts. 
2,523 35 


New London — Breakwater repairs, &c 


60 


Point Prim Island — Wharf 


4,917 67 

'3^i48'69' 

907 50 

1,572 35 
7,603 05 

2.549 29 

889 22 

736 02 

24,151 00 

1,510 50 

54 04 

3,756 66 

1 18 
4,042 93 

3 12 

1,409 90 




Port Selkirk Pier — Repairs 

Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters 

Rustico Harbour — Breakwater on Robin- 
son's Island (south side) 

Rustico Harbour — Repairs to breakwater 
(north side), dredging, &c 

St. Peter's Bay — Breakwater (east side). . . 

Souris, Knight's Point, strengthening 


1 58 


South River, Murray Harbour — Pier repairs 




Summer&ide Harbour — Breakwater 

Tignish— Addition to southern breakwater. 

Victoria (Crapaud) Pier— Filhng in three 
outer spans and repairs 

Wood Islands — Extension of jetty, protect- 
ing southern breakwater from scour 

Wood Island Harbour— Repairs 

Harbours and Rivers, Nov; Brunsicwk— 

Buctouche — Channel through beach 

Campbellton — Wharf extension and repairs 
Cape Tormentine— Improvements and re- 


99 


Caraquet Wharf — Approaches, ice breakers, 
&c 






48 GO 


Chockfish — Improvement of outlet . , . ... 
Clifton (Stonehaven) — Breakwater, im- 
provements and repairs 

Dalhousie— Harbour improvements 

Dipper Har!x)ur — Breakwater 


1 04 

01 

28,885 60 
20 26 


29 00 


Great Salmon River— Groyne and break- 
water combined 

Little Salmon River — Additions to groynes 

Mace's Bay— Wharf in Belaa Basin, 

Miscou Harbour— Wharf 

Mispec — Extension of eastern or outer 


40 05 

152 19 

2,050 00 

460 00 

5,917 35 

7,750 83 
4,790 04 

11,970 40 

1,579 22 

10,000 00 

9,317 00 
1,699 91 

3,666 68 

2,901 51 

642 75 

389 02 

73 




North Head Breakwater Wharf, Grand 

Manan 

Oak Point— Wharf 




Petit Rocher— Breakwater, including con- 




Pointe du Chene — Breakwater repairs 

Quaco Harbour— Extension to eastern pier. 

Richibucto —Extension of north pier 

River St. John, including tributaries 

River St. John, wharfs in tidal waters- 
Contribution to local government, half 
cost 




3,683 00 
4,300 09 

1,333 32 

3,098 49 

19.357 25 

112;610 98 

499 27 




St. Andrews — Dredging 

St. John Harbour — Negro Point breakwater 




St. John Harbour— Repairs to, and exten- 
sion of protection work at base of Fort 
Duff erin 








Carried forward 


3,965,332 56 


2,705,087 10 


1,262,849 58 


2,604 12 



0-32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public "Works : Chargeable to 

Income— Continued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 




$ cts. 
3,965,332 50 

3,000 00 

15,000 00 
1,500 00 

32,500 00 

25,000 00 
3,000 00 

1,350 00 
5, COO 00 
1,000 00 

1,725 00 

4,000 00 
4,600 00 

1,000 00 
11,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 
1,400 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

30,000 00 

1,400 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 

3,200 00 
750 00 

5,000 00 
500 00 

5,000 00 

8,000 00 

2,450 00 

6,600 00 

20,000 00 

2,500 00 

24,000 00 
800 00 
1,200 00 
1,700 00 
5,000 00 
600 00 
3,000 00 
.3,450 00 
4,700 00 

14,000 00 


$ cts. 
2,705,087 10 

2,999 96 

14,617 50 
1,524 37 

14,439 96 

23,796 11 
2,999 57 

1,341 74 
4,965 51 
1,014 68 

1,779 05 

3,587 29 
4,607 82 

937 52 
5,969 64 

2,023 64 

2,019 36 

455 22 

500 00 

1,485 61 


$ cts. 
1,262,849 58 

04 
382 50 


$ cts. 
2,604 12 

24 37 


Harbours and Rivers, New Brunsivick— Con . 

Shippef^an Harbour — Reconstruction and 
rejiairs to entrance piers, additional 
groynes, &c 

Shippegan Harbour— Wharf at terminus of 
Caraquet Railway 

W^ilson's Beach breakwater 


Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces — 
Generally, repairs an i» improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — 

Generally, repairs and improvements 

Anse a I'llot— Landing pier 

Anse aux Gri-i Fonds— Improvements at 

mouth of river 

Anse du Cap (Cape Cove)— Breakwater — 
Anse St Jean — Pier r'^newals, &c 


18,060 04 

1,203 89 
43 

8 26 
34 49 


14 68 


Baie des P^res, Lake Timiskaming— Re- 
construction of wharf at Ville Marie, in- 
cluding dredging approach 

Baie St. Paul— [mprovement of wharf at 
Cap aux Corbeaux 

Barachois de Malbaie— Training piers, &c. 

Belceil guide piers and booms— Renewals, 
repairs, &c ;••■•, ■••-••• 

Bic Harbour— Wharf at Pointe a Cote 

Cannc-J des Roches (Corner of the beach) 


412 71 


54 05 

7 82 


62 48 
5,030 36 


23 64 


Canton Fabre, Lake Timiskaming — Wharf 


44'78' 

1,000 00 

198 90 

14,616 56 

20 69 

36 86 

164 24 

208 72 

43 16 

4,531 72 

216 88 
4,392 80 

923 02 

143 55 


19 36 


Caplin — Robichaud's approach to beach— 




Chateauguay Wharf— New superstructure. 
Chateauguay — Wharf between Woodland 

and Bellevue ... 

Chicoutimi Pier — Improvements and re- 


85 61 


4,801 10 

15,383 44 

1,379 31 
4,963 14 
2,835 76 

2,991 28 
706 84 
468 28 
283 12 
607 20 

7,070 98 

2,300 45 

6,625 07 

291 56 

2,508 68 

548 25 

856 07 

1,199 99 

1,277 63 

"597 42 

2,999 14 

3,244 OS 

4,897 94 

13,500 00 




Clarke City Wharf, Seven Islands— Im- 
provements 

C6te Ste. Catherine Wharf — Ice breaker 




Cross Point Wharf — Extension 




Peecharabault Wharf— Improvements 

Desjardins, Allumette Island Wharf— Wid- 
ening headblock, &c 

D'lsraeli— Wharf 




Doucet's Landing— Pile wharf 








Father Point Wharf — Repairs 




Gatineau Point — Wharf repairs and recon- 
struction of protection wall 

Grande Riviere de Beaupre— Wharf 

Grands Mechins — Breakwater 


25 07 


19,708 44 




Grondines Wharf —Improvements 

Gross Isle Quarantine Station— Wharf ex- 


8 68 


23,451 75 




Isle Perrot — Whart on south si.de, repairs. 

Isle Verte Wharf — Slip on we-st side 

Lachine Wharf— Repairs and renewals 

l^ke Megantic— Piers 

Lake Nominingue — Wharfs 

Lake St. Francis (Beauce)— Wharfs 

Ld-ke St John Wharfs — Repairs 


56 07 


01 

422 37 

5,000 00 

2 58 

86 

205 92 




Lake St. John— Dredging 

Laprairie— Ice piers and protection walls. . 


197 94 


500 00 




Carried forward 


I 4,239,257 56 


2,878,500 38 


1,363,878 59 


1 3,121 41 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-33 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Works : Cliargeable to 
Income — Continued . 



Brought forward 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Con. 

Lavaltrie — Wharf 

Les Ebnulements — Wharf repairs 

Le Tableau, Descents des Feinmes — 
Wharf on River Saguenay 

L'Isle d'Ahria— Removal of rocks 

Longueuil Wharf — Renewals and repairs. . 

Lotbiniere and Portneuf Counties — Gov- 
ernments wharfs — Improvement of ap- 
proaches 

Magdalen Islands — Piers and breakwater. 

Marsouins — Wharf 

Mills Vaches— Landing pier . 

Mistook ( Deli.sle)— Wharf 

Montniasnj' — Wharf on the Bassin 

Montmorency Falls— Cribwork revetment 
wall along harbour front 

Murray Bay —Wharf renewals 

New^ Carlile — Wharf e.vtension 

Kicolet Harbour — Repairs to jetty at 
mouth of riv- r 

Notre Dame du Portage — Wharf 

Paspeniac Wharf — Repairs and Improve- 
ments 

Peel Head Bay (Missisquoi Bay)— Wharf . 

Perce— Wharf (North Cove) 

Petites Be gonnes— Remo/al of boulders. . 

Pointe aux Esquimau-K — Wharf repairs . . . 

Pointe aux Trembles — Wharf . . .... 

Poince St. Pierre — Breakwater pier — Bal- 
ance due con^racto^s 

Pointe Valois — Wharf repairs 

Portneuf — Whai-f 

Repentigny —Wharf 

Rimouski — Improvements 

Riviere k la Pipe — Wharf extension. . . . 

Rivers Ashouapmout-houan and Peribonka 
— Training dykes, &c 

Riviere aux Renards — Breakwater pisr.. . . 

River Batiscan — Dredging channel at 
mouth 

River Bati-scan — Improvement of Manitou 
Rapids 

Riviere Blanch — Wharf repairs. 

Riviere des Vases — Wharf improvements. 

Riviere du Loup (FrassrviUs) — Improve- 
ments 

Riviere du Loup (en haut) — Dr'idging and 
improvements at mouth 

Riviere Godefroy — Pile wharf at mouth. . . 

Riviere Maskinonge — Dredging 

River Ottawa— Wharf at mouth of Li^vre 
(Masson ) 

River Quelle Pier— Repairs, &c 

River Richelieu — Ice piers 

River Saguenay — Dredging and othsr im- 
provements 

River St. Francis — Ice piers, protection 
walls, &c. — Improvements and repairs. . 

River St. Louis — Improvements 

River St. Maurice — Channel between 
Grandes Piles and La Tuque 

River St. Maurics— Dam at Grandes Piles 

River St. Maurice — Dredging channel at 
mouth 

Riviere Verts — Improvements at mouth . . 

Carried forward.. 

1— 3c 



Grant. 


Exi>enditure. 


Grant not 
used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


S cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


:4, 239, 257 56 


2,878,500 38 


1,363,878 59 


3,121 41 


5,000 00 
900 00 


43 15 
892 56 


4,956 85 
7 44 




2,500 00 
1,000 00 
7,200 00 


2,498 63 

996 52 

6,905 04 


1 37 

3 48 

294 96 




3,000 00 

16,000 00 

2,0<i0 00 


1,233 05 
13,823 28 
2,006 35 
5,018 68 
1,995 06 
355 50 


1,766 95 
2,176 72 


6 35 


5,000 00 




18 08 


2,000 00 
6,000 00 


4 94 
5,644 50 




3,300 00 

700 00 

12,000 00 


3,256 27 

C88 19 

11,386 19 


43 73 

11 81 

613 81 




5,00v 00 
5,800 00 


5,064 75 
5,799 50 


o'so' 


G4 75 


2,500 00 
9,320 00 

13,0<X) 00 

1,500 00 

600 00 

10,000 00 


2,487 92 

9,311 56 

12,994 00 

972 20 

567 07 

5,370 27 


12 08 

8 44 

6 (10 

527 80 

32 93 

4,<J23 73 




3,700 00 
800 00 
3,000 00 
6,000 00 
21,100 00 
3,000 00 


3,652 24 
964 95 
2,983 44 
5,079 00 
20,749 31 
2,981 06 


47 76 

ie'se' 

35069 

18 94 


164 95 
79 00 


5,000 00 
10,0C0 00 


4,992 94 
5,423 50 


7 06 
4,576 50 




8,000 00 


7,749 37 


250 63 




1,200 00 




1,200 00 
03- 
5 32 




1,500 00 
l,5t;0 00 


1,499 97 
1,49-1 68 




20,000 00 


3,741 04 


16,258 96 




15,800 00 

4,500 00 

10,000 00 


15,778 25 
4,406 00 
7,441 16 


21 75 

94 00 

2,558 84 




3,800 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 


3,753 51 

9,990 30 

767 36 


46 49 

9 70 

1,232 04 




60,000 00 


35,029 55 


24,970 45 




6,000 00 
7,00t.) 00 


629 20 
7,146 73 


5,370 80 


146 73 


9,000 00 


9,198 03 




198 08 


20,000 00 


20,000 CO 

44 49 
25 




22,000 00 
1,000 00 


21,955 51 
999 75 




4,608,477 56 


3,150,579 02 


1,461,698 49 


3,799 95 



C-34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public ITorks: Chargeable to 
Income — Contimied. 



Brought forward. 



Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Cou. 

St. Alphonse de Bagotville— Removal of 

rocks from approaches 

St. Andre de Kamouraska Wharf — Repairs 

to earth approach, &c 

St. Anicet Wharf— General repairs 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi — Wharf 

Ste. Anne des Monts— Harbour of refuge. 
Ste. Anae de Sor el— Landing pier- Re- 



pairs 



Grant. 



St. Blaise — Wharf on River Richelieu. . 

St. Cliarles Borroniee — Wharf 

St. Francois— Isle of Orleans— Approach 

to isolated block 

St. Fulgence— Wharf . ._. 

St. Irenee— Wharf repairs 

St. Jean des Chaillons — Wharf 

St. Jean, Isle of Orleans— Wharf extension 
St. Laurent, Isle of Orleans — Repairs to 

wharf 

St. Simeon — Wharf extension 

St. Sulpice— Wharf 

St. Timothee — Wtarf repairs 

St. Valier-Wharf 

St. Zotique— Wharf renewals and repairs . 

Sorel Deep Water Wharf •. 

Sorel Ice Piers — Reconstruction 

Three Rivers Harbour — Additional deep 

water wharf 

Trois Pistoles— Wharf repairs 

Verdun — Wharf repairs 

Yamiiska River— Dredging 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario. 

Generally, repairs and improvements 

Amherstburg — Improvements to channel, 

&c., and purchase of land 

Bayfield — Repairs to north pier and dredg- 



ing ; 

Beaverton — Harbour improvements , 

Belle River — Dredging channel and renew 

ing pile work 

Blance River— Improvements 

Bronte — Harbour improvements ......... 

Cobourg — Re|)airs to piers 

Colborne — Wharf 

Colchester — Improvements 

Collingwood — Harbour improvements. ... 

Cumberland — Wharf improvements 

Echo Bay— Wharf 

Goderich Harbour — Improvements. 
Haileybury (Lake Timiskaming) — Wharf 

Hamilton Harbour — Improvements 

Jordan Harbour — Assistance towards the 

erection of a steel bridge 

Kincardine — Repairs to piers and dredging 
Little Current — Improvement of northern 

channel 

Magnetewan— Wharf on Magnetewan 

River 

Mallorytown Landing Piers — Repairs and 

additions 

Matchedash Bay -Improvement of chan 

nel between Fesserton and Waubau 

ihene 



Carried forward.... 5,233,827 50 



cts. 



4,608,477 56 



1,000 00 

1,200 00 

850 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

600 00 

500 00 

3,000 00 

16,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,900 00 

14,300 00 
5,000 00 

2,500 00 
1,600 00 
7,000 00 
1,500 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
55,000 00 
2,500 00 

58,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,300 00 
7,000 00 



15,000 00 

10,500 00 

800 00 
6,000 00 

3,500 00 
6,000 00 
2,200 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
123.100 00 
1,100 00 
800 00 

50,000 00 
1,000 00 

33,000 00 

1,500 00 
1,500 00 

144,600 00 

1,000 00 

1,500 00 



12,000 00 



Expenditure. 



% cts. 
3,150,579 02 

977 OS 

1,196 28 

931 85 

1,016 30 

4,999 76 



575 84 
3,007 52 

16,031 10 
3,001 25 
1,839 08 

14,387 70 
283 63 

926 10 
1,669 22 
2,300 00 

1.589 39 
248 79 

1,752 53 
408 62 

2.590 55 

57,897 34 
2,599 84 
1,224 98 
5,721 74 



12,005 97 

9,319 83 

795 61 
3,761 43 

2,556 50 
5,574 98 
2,199 00 
1,955 29 



Grant 
not used. 



1,596 68 

123,073 88 

1,186 76 

400 00 

19,812 64 

1,171 20 

32,890 42 

1,.575 00 
1,464 96 

144,436 70 



1,307 05 
11,200 34 



3,656,040 35 



$ cts. 
1,461,698 49 

22 92 

3 72 





24 


600 00 


'" "'*66'32' 


■ " ii'mzY 


1,573 90 


4,700 00 


3,751 21 

247 47 
.54,591 38 


102 66 



75 02 

1,278 26 



2,994 03 
1,180 17 

4 39 

2,238 57 

943 .50 

425 02 

1 00 

3,044 71 

5,000 00 

403 32 

26 12 



400 00 
30,187 36 



109 58 



35 04 

163 30 

1,000 00 

192 95 

799 66 



1,582,570 68 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-35 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Works : Cbargeable to 
Income — Continued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant not 
used. 


Grant 

exceeded. 


Brought forward 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario— Con. 

Mi^aford Harbour — Improvements 

^Midland Harbour— Improvements - 

MitchelFs Bay — Improvements 

Monetville, Lake Nipissing — Wharf addi- 


$ cts. 
5,233,827 56 

20,000 00 

70,000 00 

3,000 00 

900 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

GOU 00 

5,000 00 

603 45 

1.5,300 00 
1,500 00 

2,.500 00 

13,500 00 

20,250 00 
5,000 00 

45.000 00 
6,088 85 
8,000 00 

60,000 00 

750 00 

7,000 00 

3,610 00 

3,200 00 

60,000 00 
2,000 00 
.5,000 00 

6,100 00 
50,000 00 

3,500 00 
400 00 

1,100 00 

3,500 00 

25,000 00 

63,685 14 

40,000 00 
2,700 00 
5,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,.500 00 
10,000 00 

3,750 00 
1,200 00 

1,150 00 


$ cts. 
3,656,040 35 

13,709 12 

69,932 66 

1,100 40 

882 58 

2,466 13 

833 91 


§ cts. 
1,582,-570 68 

6,290 88 

67 34 

1,899 60 

17 42 

533 87 

166 09 
1,200 00 

1 23 
5,000 00 

603 45 

79 66 
37 

4 91 

3,022 78 

17 

2,158 09 

1,381 12 

4,740 51 

15,756 56 

387 67 

42 

6 73 

1,147 12 

49,890 18 

200 00 

2 06 


$ cts. 
4,783 47 


MeGregor's Creek — Renewal of bank pro- 
tection works 

Nepigon, Thunder Cape — Removal of 




North IJay Wharf — Replanking 






598 77 




Ottawa — Wharf at foot of Rideau Canal . . 




Owen Sound — Balance due contractor A. 
F. Bowman, for dredging in November 
and December, 1905, according to special 
p.greement 






Owen Sound Harbour— Dredging, pile pro- 
tection work and improvements. . . . 


15,220 34 
1,499 63 

2,495 09 

13,500 00 

17,227 22 
4,999 83 

42,841 91 
4,707 73 
3,2.59 49 

44,243 44 

362 33 

6,999 58 

3,603 27 

2,052 88 

10,109 82 
1,800 00 
4,997 94 

6,322 66 
818 66 

1,098 59 

I 1,451 04 

3,640 47 
13,672 72 

63,685 14 




Parry Sound — Wharf 




Parry Sound Island — Repairs to piers in 
steamboat channel on south side. ....... 

Penetanguisheue — Dredging and other im- 




Poiut Edwird — Dredging 




Port Bruce — Repairs to piers and dredging 
Port Burwell — Harbour improvements. . 

Port Dover— Harbour improvements 

Port Hoi:)e — Repairs to piers and dredging 

Port Stanley — Improvements. 

Rama— Wharf on Lake Couchiching 




River Thames — Wharf at mouth 




Roach's Point — Wharf 




Rondeau Harbour — Improvements 




Saugeen River— Improvements at mouth. . 

Sault Ste. Marie — Wharf improvements 

and repairs 


222 66 


Sault Ste. Marie — Dredging approaches. . . 

Severn River— Removal of obstruction at 

McDonald's Chute 


49,181 34 
2,401 41 

48 96 




Severn River — Deepening at Washago 

Severn River — Enlargement of waterway 
above stop-log dam No. 1 at Little Falls, 
Washago, &c ... 






140 47 


Toronto Harbour— Ea.stern entrance 

Toronto Harbour— Balance due contrac- 
tors Murray & Cleveland 


11,327 28 

40,000 00 

4,82703 

43 67 

2.592 30 
10,000 00 

1,9.53 36 
1,200 00 

1,150 00 




Toronto Harbour — Extension of Island 




Treadwell— Wharf 


2,704 92 
172 37 

1,956 33 

2,907 70 


4 92 


Wendover Wharf — Reconstruction of ice 
pier 

Wiarton Breakwater — Reconstruction of 
superstructure and dredging 

Winnipeg River — Improvements.. . . 




Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba — 

Generally, repairs and improvements 

Ames (Lake Winnipeg) — Wharf. . 


1,796 64 




Big Sandy Point (Lake Manitoba)— Har- 
bour of refuge 












Carried forward 


5,822,415 00 


4,025,711 66 


l,801,a->4 86 


5,151 52 



-31c 



0-36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Public Works: Chargeable to 

Income— Continued. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 


5,822,415 00 


4,025,711 66 


1,801,854 86 


5,151 52 


Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba-— Con. 






Fairford River— Cleaning bed below arti- 










ficial outlet from Lake Manitoba 


2,000 00 




2,000 00 




Grand Marais Harbour (Lake Winnipeg)— 










Improvement of entrance 

Hnausa Wharf —Repaii s 

Lake Dauphin— Lowering of, by removing 


1,500 00 
1,800 00 




1,500 00 






1,800 00 








obstruction from bed of Mossy River. . . 


9,000 00 




9,000 00 




Lake Francis Outlet— Guide piers and 










(\rec\'^\ng 


5,000 00 


271 40 


4,728 60 




Red Ri ver— Pile protection to channel at 










mouth 


10,000 00 


477 35 


9,522 65 




Selkirk— Extension to wharf 


3,000 00 


3,067 91 




67 91 


Winnipegosis—Dreaging channel mouth of 










Mossy River " 


5,000 00 


4,537 04 


462 96 




Winnipeg River— Removal of obstruction 










in Manitou Rapids 


750 00 


30 00 


72000 




Harbours and Rivers, Saskatchewan and 










Alberta— 










Generally, repairs and improvements 


3,750 00 


1,316 23 


2,433 77 




Ltst Mountain Lake— Dam at Craven . . . 


2,500 00 


2,482 31 


17 69 




North Saskatc'iewau River— Survey 


5,000 00 


551 69 


4,448 31 




Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia — 










Generally, repairs and improvements 


2,250 00 


2,101 14 


148 86 




Anderson and Kennedy Lakes— Clearing 










outlets 


1,.500 00 


1,430 57 


69 43 




Ca'npbell River— Wharf 


6,000 00 


2,917 78 


3,082 22 




Columbia River — Improvements 


30,000 00 


29,996 69 


3 31 




Coquitlam River — Removal of obstruc- 










ti'ms 


1,000 00 


953 78 


46 22 




Courtney River — Improvements 


3,000 00 


2,995 25 


4 75 




Dunc'in River — Improvements 


1,000 00 




1,000 00 




Fraser River— Improvement of ship chan- 










nel, protection works, &c 


20,000 00 


19,984 13 


15 87 




Fraser River — Removal of obstructions to 










navi^jation between Quesnel and Soda 










Creek 


2,000 00 


1,910 02 


89 98 




Kootenay River — Removal of snags, &c., 










between Kootenay Landing and Lnter- 












2,000 00 


1,937 98 


62 02 




Ladysmith— Wharf enlargement. 


1,000 00 


3 85 


996 15 




Nanaimo Harbour — North channel, &c . , . 


2,500 00 




2,500 00 




North Thompson River— Improvements . . 


1,000 00 


874'87' 


125 13 














P.R. bridge, including accessory works. 
Sidney I-land— Wharf 


55,085 00 




55,085 00 




2,500 00 


1,998 '70' 


501 30 




Skeena River — Improvements 


5,000 UO 


4,722 24 


277 76 




South Thompson River — Removal of bars. 


5,000 00 


4,940 19 


59 81 




Victoria Harb<jur — Dredging and removal 










of rocks, &c 


20,000 00 


20,000 00 






Williams Head Quarantine Station — Im- 










provements 


7,500 00 


7,425 61 


74 39 




Yukon Territory— 










Lewes and Yukon Rivers— Improvements. 


5,000 00 




5,000 00 




Harbours and Rivers Generally— 










Repairs and improvements 


6,000 00 


6,032 48 




32 48 


Dredgiuff — 










Dredge Vessels Repairs 


90,000 00 


89,184 29 


815 71 




New Dredging Plant— New dredge and 










scows for Prmce Edward Island 


32,000 00 


12,425 98 


19,574 02 




New Dredging Plant— Ontario and Quebec. 


50,000 00 


1,782 74 


48,217 26 




„ II Manitoba 


20,500 00 


8,616 47 


11,883 53 




II 1. British Columbia . . 


120,000 00 


80,188 77 


39,811 23 




1, 11 Generally 


290,000 00 


269,200 34 


20,799 00 




Dredging — Maritime Provinces 


115,000 00 


92,366 12 


22,633 88 








Carried forward 


6,768,550 00 


4,702,435 58 


2,071,366 33 


1 5,251 91 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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Public Works ; Cbargeable to 
Income — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Dredging — Con. 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec 

II Manitoba ...... 

II British Columbia 

II General Service 

Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District — Improvements to 
boom works to facilitate the floating and 

storage of logs, &c 

River Saguenay — Piers and booms above 

Chicoutimi 

Slides and Booms — Generally 



Roads and Bridges — 

Ottawa City— Bridges over the River 
Ottawa, the slides and the Rideau Canal, 
and approaches thereto — Ordinary re- 
pairs 

Ottawa City — DufFerin and Sapper's 
Bri iges, Hull Slides and Union Bridges 
and approaches thereto — Repairs, addi- 
tions, &c 

Bryson Bridge — Re-construction of bridge 
and approaches 

Battleford Bridge — New concrete super- 
structure and protection of approaches 
with close piling 

Banff Bridges over Bow and Spray Rivers- 
Repairs 

Langevin Bridge across Bow River at 
Calgary — Repairs 

Shellmouth Bridge, Assiniboine River .... 

Colonization Roads in Manitoba and North- 
west Territories 

Dominion Traffic Bridges, including ap- 
proaches 

Telegraph Lines, Maritime Provinces — 

Cape Breton Island — Extension 

Cape Breton Island — Bay St. Lawrence — 
Office building. &c 

Mabou, Cheticanip Point, Meat Coveline — 

Extension to Bay St. Lawrence 

Telegraph Lines, Quebec Mainland — 

North Shore, St. Lawrence — To improve 
repair service ..... 

North Shore, St. Lawrence— Baie St. Paul 
to St. Alexis, repairs, renewals and im- 
provements 

North Shore, St. Lawrence — Descente des 

Femnies to Sacre Cceur 

Telegraph Lines, Quebec Islarids — 

Grosse Isle— Two Marconi Stations 

Telegraph Lines, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Edmonton to Athabaska Landing— Tele- 
graph office at Athabaska Landing 

Moosejaw — Wood Mountain Section — Re- 
moval of poles 

Qu'Appelle - Edmonton and Moosejaw - 
Wood Mountain Sections — Distribution 
and renewal of poles 

Qu'Appelle-Edmonton Section — Removal 
from farm lots to roadway between Sas- 
katchewan and Star 

Qu'Ap[>elle-Edmonton Section — Between 
Qu'Appelle and Fort Qu'Appelle 



Carried forward. 



Grant. 



cts. 



6,768,550 00 



374,000 00 

19,600 00 

40,000 00 

3,750 00 



30,000 00 

5,500 00 
3,750 00 



6,000 00 

8,500 00 
4,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 CO 

800 00 
20,200 00 

15,000 00 

3,750 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,500 00 
3,500 00 

1,100 00 
1,200 00 

700 00 

700 00 
500 00 



7,325,000 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 
4,702,435 58 



373,475 82 

19,490 02 

37,025 39 

3,450 70 



29,863 22 

2,117 81 
40 00 



4,075 28 

7,624 80 
3,180 32 

1,895 69 



20,164 08 
2,508 85 
2,951 87 
524 31 
2,000 70 
1,835 39 

2,719 63 

801 92 

658 GO 

3,500 00 

310 05 



417 75 

686 80 
304 60 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
2,071,366 33 



524 18 

109 98 

2,974 61 

299 30 



136 78 

3,382 19 
3,710 00 



1,924 72 

875 20 
819 68 

104 31 

1,400 OO 

800 00 
35 92 

12,491 15 

798 13 

475 69 



164 61 

280 37 

198 08 
842 00 

789 95 
1,200 00 

282 23 

13 20 
195 50 



5,224,058 48 I 2,106,194 13 



Grant 
exceeded. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII,, A. 1908 



Public >Vork8: Chargeable to 
Income — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Tdc'jraph Lines, Saskatchc%oan and Alberta 
—Con. 

Qu'Appelle-Edmonton Section — Branch 
from Victoria ( Pakan) to Kamsack to be 

operated by telephone 

Telegraph Lines, British Columbia — 

Albemi-Clayoquet Line — Branch to Sechart 
whaling station 

Ashcroft-Barkerville Line — To pay James 
Trodden amount due for work performed. 

Ashcroft-Lillooet Branch Line — Repairs . . 

Kamloops-Nicola Telephone Line — Re- 
l)oling 

Lower Nicola-Penticton Line — Extension 
via Granite Creek, Princeton, Hedley, 
Keremeos and Fairview 

Okanagan Landing to Kelowna Mission — 
Extension to Penticton 

Quesnelle-Barkerville Branch Line — Re- 
newals and repairs 



Miscellaneous Public Works — 

Arbitrations and awards, including pay- 
ments authorized, notwithstanding C. S. 
Act 

Surveys and Inspections 

Survey of headwaters of Ottawa River and 
tributaries 

Cement Testing Laboratory — Improvement 
in equipment 

Grosse Isle Quarantine — Part reconstrue 
tion steamer Challenger 

National Art Gallery, Ottawa, including 
the purchase of paintings on the advice 
of a committee of artists 

National Art Gallery, Ottawa— Purchase 
of paintings of their Majesties, inclusive 
of frames, freight, &c 

Engineering Branch — Salaries of staff, not- 
withstanding C. S. Act 

Architectural Branch— Salaries of staff, 
notwithstanding C. S. Act 

Telegraph Service— Salaries of staff, not- 
withstanding C. S. Act . 

Temjiorary clerical and other assistance, 
inclusive of .services of all persons required 
who were first employed after July 1, 
1882, notwithstanding C. S. Act 

Technical books of reference and other 
publications 

Deep Waterways Commission, including 
payments authorized, notwithstanding 
C. S. Act 

International Commission — River St. John, 
N.B.. 

International Commission — Red River, 
Man 

Transportation Commission — To pay C. N. 
Bell for services rendered 

Gratuities — 
Children of the late Mme. E. J. Blain 
de St. Aubin, clerk in the Records 

Branch, Public Works Dept 

Widow of late John Boyd, caretaker 
Cobourg Public Building 



Carried forward. 



Grant. 



S cts. 
7,325,000 00 



600 00 



1,100 00 

5,513 38 

500 00 

3,000 00 



5,500 00 

3,000 00 

750 00 



3,750 00 
45,500 00 

5,000 00 

3,750 00 

13,000 00 

5,700 00 

5,600 00 
95,300 00 
37,600 00 

4,900 GO 

46,150 00 
400 00 

17,500 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

750 00 

91 66 
66 67 



Expenditure. 



7,660,021 71 



$ cts. 
5,224,058 48 



150 00 



5,513 38 
502 25 



1,179 77 
987 63 



1,750 00 
44,606 95 

1,849 00 

3,759 31 

2,167 31 

9,473 70 

95,354 54 

37,269 26 

4,833 30 

46,119 33 
391 82 

11,997 07 



rSO 00 



91 66 

66 67 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
2,106,194 13 



450 00 
1,100 00 



5,492,871 43 



3,000 00 

4,320 23 

2,012 37 

750 00 



2,000 00 
893 05 

3,151 00 



10,832 69 



1,826 30 



330 74 
66 70 

30 67 

8 18 

5,502 93 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,172,463 99 



Grant 
exceeded. 



S cts. 
5,252 Gl 



2 25 



9 31 



54 54 



6,318 71 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Public Works : Chargeable to In- 
come — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Miscellaneous Public Works — Con. 

Catharine A. Davis, widow of late J. A. 
Davis, who was accidentally killed at 
the launching of the tug Sir Hector, at 
Selkirk, April 20, 1903 

Widow of the late M. Desjardins, clerk 
in the Records Branch of the Public 
Works Dept 

Widow of Capt. John Devereau 

Widow of the late J. M. Draper 

Widow of the late J. A. Parr, clerk in 
the Telegraph Branch 

Emma Ryder, mother of late W. E 
Ryder, who was accidentally killed at 
the launching of the tug, Sir Hector, 
April 20, 190.3 '. 

Children of late P. Purcell, fireman on 

steamer Tyrian 

Balances of expenditure for works already 

authorized, for which the appropriations 

may have been insufficient, provided the 

amount for each work does not exceed 

S200 



Total chargeable to Income by Supjily Bill . 

Deduct over-expenditures prov'ided for by 

$5,500 voted as above 



Authorized by Special Statutes- 

Halifax Graving Dock 

Collingwood Dry Dock 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
7,660,021 71 



500 00 



183 33 

1,000 00 

133 33 



183 33 



500 00 
200 00 



5,500 00 



7,668,221 70 



7,668,221 70 



Expenditure . 



S cts. 
5,492,871 43 



500 00 



183 33 

1,000 00 

13:3 33 



183 33 



500 00 

200 00 



5,495,571 42 



5,495,571 42 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



Grant 
exceeded. 



2,172,468 99 



2,172,468 99 
212 45 



2,172,681 44 



10,000 00 
15,000 00 



25,000 00 



8 cts. 
5,318 71 



5,318 71 
5,287 55 



31 16 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

Chas. H. Douglas, 
Frederick Hayter. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Mail Subsidies and Steamship Snb- 
-rentions. 



Under Supply Bill. 



Annapolis and London or Hull, England 

Baddeck, Gr.ind Narrows, lona, &c 

Canada and Australia ... 

Canada and Great Britain 

Canada and Mexico 

Canada and Newfoundland 

Canada and New Zealand 

Canada and South Africa 

Gaspe Basin and Dalhousie 

Gaspe Basin and the north shore of the River and 

(iulf of St. Lawrence 

Grand Manan and the Mainland 

Halifa.x and Can-o.., 

Halifax and Newfoundland, via Cape Breton .... 
Halifax, St. John's (Newfoundland) and Liverpool 

Magdalen Islands and the Mainland 

Montrt- al, Quebec and Manchester, and St. John, 

Halifax and Manchester 

Murray Bay and River Quelle 

Newcastle, Neguac and Escuminac 

Paspebiac and Gaspe Basin 

Pelee Island 

Petit de Grat and the I. C. Ry. terminus at Mul- 

grave 

Petitcodiac River, between Moncton and way 

ports . . 

Pictou and Cheticamp 

Pictou, Murray Harbour, Goorgetown and Mon- 
tague Bridge 

Port Mulgrave and Canso, &c 

Port Mulgrave, St. Peter's, Irish Cove and 

Marble Mountain 

Port Essington and Port Simpson and Queen 

Charlotte I.slands 

Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton and New- 

fourdland 

Prince Edward Island and Great Britain 

Prince Edward Island and the Mainland 

Quebec and Blanc Sablon 

Quebec and Gaspe Basin 

Quebec and Isle of Orleans 

Quebec and St. Lawrence harbours to Murray 

Bay and Ri ver Quelle 

St. Catherines Bay and Tadousac 

St. John and Digby 

St. John, Digby, Annapolis and Granville. . . . 
St. John, Digby, Bear River and Clementsport. . 

St. John, Dublin and Belfast 

St. John and Glasgow 

St. John, Halifax and London 

St. John and Halifax, via Yarmouth .. . . 

St. John, N.B., and Margaretsville, Port Lome, 

&c., N.S..... 

St. John and Minas Basin 

St. John and ports in Cumberland Basin 

St. John and Westport 

St. John and Halifax, or either. West Indies and 

South America 

St. Stephen, N.B., St. Croix River, Deer Island 

and Canipobello 

Sydney, C. B., and Baj' St. Lawrence.. ... 

Sydney and Whycocomagh 

Victoria and San Francisco 

Victoria, Vancouver and Skagway 

Victoria and Vancouver Island 



Grant. 



6 cts. 

5,000 00 

4,575 00 

135,382 00 

375,000 00 

75,000 00 

20,000 00 

37,500 00 

121,66G 66 

15,000 00 

1,500 00 
3,750 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
15,000 00 
15,000 00 

26,250 00 
6,000 00 
2,625 00 
3,000 00 
1,500 GO 

2,250 00 

1,500 00 
2,000 00 

900 00 
8,000 00 

6,000 00 

450 00 

8,000 00 

7,000 00 

12,500 00 

20,000 00 

8,500 00 

500 00 

12,0U0 00 

2,500 00 

9,375 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

7,500 00 

15,000 00 

30,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,125 00 
3,000 00 
2,250 00 
1,125 00 

60,525 00 

3,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
3,750 00 
9,375 00 
3,750 00 

1,125,373 66 



Expenditure. 



cts. 



4, .575 00 

135,381 99 

373,916 53 

40,418 65 



31,14(; 64 
97,333 33 
15,000 00 

1,000 00 
3,750 00 
3,000 00 
2.000 oO 
15.000 00 
15,000 00 

26,250 00 

'2,625 66 



1,375 00 
2,250 00 
1,500 00 



800 00 
7,929 24 

6,000 00 



12,500 00 

20,000 00 

8,500 00 

500 00 



2,500 00 
9,375 00 
1,125 00 
1,125 00 
5,250 00 
13,5fK) 00 
33,750 00 
7,500 00 



3,000 00 

"1^125 66 

58,361 54 

3.000 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
2,2.50 00 
9,375 00 
3,750 00 

985,237 92 



Grant not 
used. 



S cts. 

5,000 00 

01 

1,083 47 

34,581 35 

20,000 00 

6,353 36 

24,333 33 



500 00 



6,000 00 

3,000 00 
125 00 



2,000 00 

100 00 
70 76 



450 00 

8,000 00 
7,000 00 



12,000 00 



2,250 00 
1,500 00 



2,500 00 
1,125 00 
2,250 00 

2,163 46 

1,500 00 
143,885 74 



Grant 
exceeded. 



3,750 00 



3,750 00 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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mall Sabsldles and Steamsbip Sub- 
ventions — Concluded. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under Special Statute. 
Canada, China and Japan , 


k§ cts. 


% cts. 

54,750 00 
88,888 80 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


Canada and France 
















143,638 80 













a. Explanation by Deputy Minister: — 'This short estimate arose through the reduction of the total 
vote for 190.5-06 (12 months), to that for 1906-07, or 9 months. The subsidy is contracted for by two 
separate companies, viz.: The Furness Whithy Company, who perform an all year round service for 
$25,000, and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, a winter mail service only, for §15,000 or $40,000 in 
all. When the estimates for 19:i6-07 were prepared this fact was overlooked and §30,000 provided instead 
of $33,750, being three-fourths of .§25,000, or §18,750 for the Furness Whithy Company, and §15,000 in full 
for the winter service of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.' 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 

Examined, J. FRASER, 

W. Kearns. Auditor General. • 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



iTIarlne and Fisberies. 



Ocean and River Service : — 

Dominion Steamers, including Governor 
General's Warrant for $10,000 for repairs to 
steamer Montcalm 

Examination of masters and mates 

Rewards for saving life 

Investigation into wrecks ^ 

Expenses of schools of navigation 

Registration of shipping 

Removal of obstructions in navigable rivers . . . 

Tidal service 

Winter mail service ., 

Marine biological stations _ 

Salaries and expenses of cattle inspection. .... 

For the maintenance of vessels employed in 
patrolling the waters in the northern por 
tions of Canada, and for the establishing and 
maintaining police and customs ports .... 

Subsidy for wrecking plant to Messrs. Davie & 
Son, Levis 

Additional ice breaking steamer for Lower St. 
Lawrence and Northumberland Straits . . . 

Unforeseen expenses generally 

To provide for the settlement of the Quebec 
Coal Company's claim, for overlapping its 
wharf at Quebec 

To pay expenses incurred in arresting two sail 
ors, who deserted from the Norwegian 
barque Hector, at Montreal 



Lighthouse and Coast Service : — 

Salaries and allowances of lightkeepers. . . . 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses and 
lightships -.•.•••■ 

Services of expert and staff re-organizing the 
Department's system of bookkeeping 

Construction of lighthouses and aids to naviga 
tion, including apparatus 

Signal service 

Repairs to wharfs 

Georgian Bay buoy service and Parry Sound 
depot 

Establishment of Marconi stations 

Administration of the pilotage 

Salaries of temix)rary officers, engineers and 
draughtsmen 

Breaking ice in Thunder Bay and Lake Sup- 
erior. . 



Scientific Institutions and Hijdroyraphic Surv6ys 

Doniinion Astronomical Observatory 

Toronto Observatory 

Meteorological service 

Hydrographic surveys .... 

Grant to Montreal Observatory 

Grant to Kingston Observatory 

Construction of a steamer for hydrographic 
survey in British Columbia 

Investigations and demarcations of the exterior 
boundaries of Canada and the astronomical 
and geoditic work of the Department of the 
Interior 



Grant. 



Expenditure. 



cts. 



457,421 00 
9,450 00 
i),000 00 
8,750 00 
7,87.5 00 
1,.500 00 
7,()50 00 
21,000 00 
12,000 00 
2,2.50 00 
2,700 00 



80,750 00 

22,500 00 

75,000 00 
3,750 00 

1,000 00 

148 75 



722,744 75 



197,'.i50 00 
23,750 00 

500,000 00 

25,000 00 

1,030,000 00 
7,500 00 
2,250 00 

30,000 00 
87,400 00 
21,500 00 

16,500 00 

30,000 00 



1,971,150 00 



10,972 50 

2,400 00 

75,162 50 

120,000 00 

375 00 

375 00 

100,000 00 



125,000 00 
434,285 00 



457,310 03 
5,934 16 
9,025 89 
8,662 16 
4,891 69 
1,506 53 
7,377 20 
19,214 79 
11,998 01 
1,537 04 
2,743 80 



63,849 86 

15,000 00 

65,741 21 
3,213 62 

1,000 00 

148 75 



679,154 74 



197,235 03 
22,076 58 

499,512 72 

25,000 00 

1,159,906 40 
6,859 68 
1,747 15 

4,500 43 
52,532 19 
21,490 73 

14,477 16 

21,303 85 



2,026,641 92 



10,284 99 

2,313 67 

75,163 20 

84,435 32 

375 00 

375 00 



119,876 49 
292,823 67 



Grant 
not used. 



no 97 
3,515 84 



87 84 
2,983 31 



272 80 

1,785 21 

1 99 

712 96 



16,900 14 

7,500 00 

9,258 79 
536 38 



43,666 23 



14 97 
1,673 42 

487 28 



640 32 

502 85 

25,499 57 

34,867 81 

9 27 

2,022 84 

8,696 15 



74,414 48 



687 51 
86 33 



35,564 68 



100,000 00 



5,123 51 
141,462 03 



Grant 
exceeded. 



cts. 



25 89 
6 53 



43 80 



76 22 



al29,906 40 



129,906 40 



70 



70 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



ITIarine and Fisheries — C&ntimicd. 


Gram. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Marine Hospitals : — 
Care of sick seamen in the marine hospitals in 
the maritime provinces, and building and 
repairs to marine hosj^itals 


$ cts. 

37,500 00 
2,250 00 


,? cts. 

37,362 11 
793 56 


S cts. 

137 89 
1,456 44 


8 cts. 


Shipwrecked and distressed seamen 










39,750 00 


38,155 67 


1,594 33 




Steamboat Inspection : — 

Steamboat inspection, including Dominion 


34,125 00 


32,459 55 


1,G65 45 








Fisheries, under Supply Bill : — 

Salaries and disburseraents of fishery inspectors, 

overseers and guardians 

Fish bi-eeding 

Fisheries protection service 

Building fishways and clearing rivers 


95,925 00 

1.58,000 00 

201,520 00 

15,750 00 

1,500 00 

5,250 00 

5,000 00 

5,250 00 

63,750 00 

45,000 00 

9,000 00 
1,125 00 

12,000 00 

1,190 00 
1.5,000 00 

225 00 

633 68 
120 CO 


95.930 54 

118:681 62 

204,779 02 

2,199 09 

704 71 

3,169 84 

4,988 50 

2,690 10 

47,350 93 

45,384 94 

1,286 95 
1,059 80 

58 80 

1,190 00 
4,441 38 


39, sis" 38' 


5 54 
259 02 


13,550 91 

795 29 

2,080 16 

11 50 

2,559 90 

16,399 07 

7,713 05 
65 20 

11,941 20 




Legal and incidental expenses 

Canadian fishery exhibit 












Cold storage for deep-sea fishermen, including 
assistance in the conservation and develop- 
m^nt of the deep-sea fisheries 




Construction and maintenance of experimental 

works for the reduction of dog-fish, &c 

Management and expenses of a Government 

Educational Fish-curing Establishment 

Maintenance of the Georgian Bay laboratory. . 
Construction of a steamer for duty on Lake 

Winnipeg 

For legal services in connection with claims of 

provincial governments to the Fisheries 

Expenses of Fishery Commissions 


384 94 


10,558 62 
225 00 




To pay Customs and other officers for com- 
piling and forwarding daily _ reports in con- 
nection with the Fisheries Intelligence 




To pay collectors of Customs for services in 
connection with the issuing of fishing licenses 
to United States fishing vessels in 1906 

Gratuity to the v/idow of the late Wm. Caron, 


633 68 

120 00 










Fisheries (under Statute) — 
Fishing bounty (54-55 Vic, cap. 42) 


639,238 68 


534,669 90 


105,218 28 


649 50 


160,000 00 


159,015 75 


984 25 









(a) Provision for this expenditure was made under capital account ($130,000.) 
(6) Service on Pacific coast not completed. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

W. K EARNS. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



C-44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Snpertntendence of Insurance. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


G;ant 
not ustd. 


Under Statute — 

Salary of Superintendent 


$ cts. 

3,000 00 

13,375 00 


$ cts. 

3,000 00 

12,920 96 


$ Ct8. 


Under Supply BilL 


454 04 




16,375 00 


15,920 96 


454 04 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



Geological Survey. 



General appropriation . . . . 

For special explorations and surveys in British Columbia and 

Yukon . . 

For engraving and lithogi-aphing and printing of maps, wages 

of draughtsmen 

For assay apparatus and clerical assistance 

For new books for library . . . 

For salaries and clothing of firemen 

Editor of Geological Survey publications 

Indexing Annual Reports 

For experimental borings 

For estimation of gold gravel in the Klondike 

For salary of a French translator 

For specimens for new Museum 



Grant. 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 
45,000 00 
14,250 00 

11,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,025 00 
1,500 00 
1,125 00 
900 00 
6,000 00 

12,000 00 
1,500 00 
3,750 00 



103,300 00 



$ cts. 

44,997 59 

13,228 26 

11,250 00 
3,920 24 
1,080 89 
1,489 80 
1,125 00 
900 00 
5,012 00 
6,730 87 
1,500 00 
3,750 00 



94,984 65 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts, 

2 41 

1,021 74 



79 76 

944 11 

10 20 



988 00 
5,269 13 



8,315 35 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-45 



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Subsidies to Provinces. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under Statute. 
Ontario 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

1,339,287 28 

1,086,713 48 

432,805 56 

491,360 96 

211,931 88 

621 497 46 

307,076 66 

1,124,125 00 

1,130 335 40 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


Quebec . . 






Nova Scotia 






New Brunswick 






Prince Edward Island 






Manitoba 






British Columbia 




Alberta 






Saskatchewan 


















6,745,133 68 





These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

E. D. Sutherland. 



J. ERASER, 

Auditor General. 



C-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Indians. 



Summary. 

Ontario and Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the North 

west Territories 

Yukon Territory 

General vote 



Ontario and Quebec — 
Relief, medical attendance and medicines, 

Quebec 

Relief, medical attendance and medicines 

Ontario 

Blankets and clothing, Ontario and Quebec 

Salaries of chiefs. Cape Croker and Gibson and 

agent at Oka 

Schools, Ontario and Quebec and Maritime 

Provinces _. 

Payment of Robinson Treaty annuities 

Survey of Indian reserves 

Indian Land ]\Ianagement Fund 

Grant, Agricultural Society, Munceys of 

Thames 

General legal expenses . . 

Annuity, gratuity and expenses. Treaty 9 . . 
To settle claims of Chipps. of Thames and 

Sarnia, and Wyandottes of Aderdon 

To purchase land and removal of houses and 

surveying land and seven islands. ... 

Repairs on roads on Rama Reserve.. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

130,681 19 
7,143 75 
6,006 00 
1,862 50 

145,412 50 

745,789 00 
9,750 00 
9,375 00 



1,056,019 94 



Nova Scotia — 

Salaries 

Relief and seed grain .•;••• 

Medical attendance and medicines 
Office and unforeseen 



Ifeiv Brunswick — 

.Salaries . . . 

Relief and seed grain .■•.•■ 

Medical attendance and medicines 
Miscellaneous, &c 



Prince Edimrd Island — 

Salaries 

Relief and seed .■■••• 

Medical attendance and medicines 
Office and miscellaneous 



5,700 00 

4,475 00 
500 00 

112 50 

48,082 50 

12,450 00 

7,000 00 

10,000 00 

90 00 

6,340 00 

29,200 00 

4,731 19 

1,500 00 
500 GO 



Expenditure. 



130,681 19 



918 75 
2,125 00 
3,875 00 

225 00 



7,143 75 



1,056 00 

1,875 00 

2,625 00 

450 00 



6,006 00 



225 00 

693 75 

887 50 

56 25 

1,862 50 



$ cts. 

97,545 77 

7,137 02 

5,876 62 

1,633 .50 

121,542 75 

693,276 12 
4,854 72 
8,813 22 



940,679 72 



5,700 00 

4,462 32 
485 16 

112 50 

45,496 68 

12,450 00 

1,887 33 

10,000 00 

90 00 

872 83 

10,757 76 

4,731 19 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

33,135 42 

24 44 

158 30 

229 00 

24,133 97 

52,567 83 

4,895 28 

561 78 



Grant 
exceeded. 



115,706 02 



500 00 



97,545 77 



913 92 
2,111 47 
3,868 92 

242 71 



7,137 02 



1,046 00 

1,863 52 

2,653 92 

313 18 



5,876 62 



225 00 

537 32 

869 12 

2 06 

1,633 50 



12 68 
14 84 



c 2,585 82 
a 5,112 07 



a 5,467 17 
al8,442 24 



/ 1,500 00 



33,135 42 



4 83 

13 53 

6 08 



24 44 



10 00 

11 48 



136 82 



158 30 



156 43 
18 38 
54 19 

229 00 



$ cts. 

17 71 

28 92 

254 22 
54 95 



365 80 



h 17 71 

17 71 



6 28 92 



28 92 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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Indians. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


British Columbia — 
Salaries . . . 


S cts. 

18,135 00 

6,000 00 

750 00 

15,000 00 

10,450 00 


S cts. 

18,155 00 

5,760 25 

722 82 

15,244 22 

10,412 83 

53,625 60 

4,747 42 

12,768 86 
105 75 


S cts. 


S cts. 
20 00 


Relief 


239 75 

27 18 

37 i7' 

d 8,874 40 
202 58 

al2,358 64 
a 2,394 25 




Seed _ _ 

Medical attendance and medicines 


6244 22 


Day schools 




Industrial and boarding schools 


62,500 00 




Travelling expenses .... 

Office and miscellaneous, hospital and dyking, 
cleansing Indian orchards and c. boat for 

' N.W. Coast Agency and expenses 

Survey and Reserve Commission 


4,950 00 

25,127 50 
2,500 00 










145,412 50 


121,542 75 


24,133 97 


264 22 


Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatcheivan at-d the North- 
west Territories : — 
Annuities and commutations 


146,405 00 

8,307 00 

1,689 00 

20,867 00 

113,244 00 

5,237 00 

231,495 00 

11,000 00 

4.514 00 

500 00 

12,000 00 

625 00 

189,906 00 


123,530 00 

8,295 89 

1,291 90 

20,855 25 

113,298 95 
3,559 69 

209,957 83 
7.423 92 
4,504 74 


o22,875 00 

11 11 

397 10 

11 75 




Implements, tools and hardware 




Live stock 

Triennial clothing 


54 95 


1,677 31 

d21,537 17 

a 3,576 08 

9 26 

500 00 

705 59 

41 

1,267 05 




Survej's 

Sioux 

Destitute Esquimaux , 






ii,294 41 

624 59 

188,638 95 




Grist and saw mills 




General expenses 










745,789 00 


693,276 12 


52,567 83 


54 95 


Yukon Territory : 
Supplies for destitute Indians 


6,000 00 
3,750 00 


2,496 39 
2,358 33 


a 3,503 61 
a 1,391 67 




Day and boarding schools 






9,750 00 


4,854 72 


4,895 28 




General :— 
Salaries of inspectors 


3,225 00 
1,650 00 
4,500 00 


3,225 00 
1,088 22 
4,500 00 


561 78 




Travelling expenses and clerical assistance 

Printing and stationery', outside ser\-ice 






9,375 00 8,813 22 


561 78 





a. The expenditure not as large as was expected when the estimates were compiled, b. Necessary 
expenditure that could not be avoided, c. Accounts not presented yet if any expenditure incurred. 

d. Full quota of pupils not in attendance ; returns from distant schools not to hand before vote lapsed . 

e. All of the work anticipated was not undertaken, therefore, the full appropriation was not required. 
/. Land not purchased. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



C-48 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VI L, A. 1908 



Royal Northwest Mounted Police. 



Northu-cst Territorifs, Yukon Territory, Provinces 
of Alhcrt'i and Saskalchevjan :— 

Pay of force 

Subsistence, forage, fuel and light, clothing, 
buildings, repairs and renewals, horses, dogs, 
arms and ammunition, medical stores, billet- 
ing, transport, water service, stationery and 
contingencies 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
208,000 00 

430,000 00 
698,000 00 



Expenditure. 



V 647.836 24 



647,836 24 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. $ cts. 



50,163 76 



50,1(53 76 



Grant 
exceeded. 



cts. 



These accounts have been examined under my direction, and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



J. FEASER, 

Auditor General. 



Goverument of tlie NortliTvest 
Territories. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Expenses of government in the Northwest Terri- 
tories, including maintenance of lunatics and 
of schools, and including .SfiOO for necessary 
clerical services, notwithstanding anything in 
the Civil Service Act 

Salary of Fred. White as Commissioner of the 
Northwest Territories from 1st Sept., 1905, to 
31st March, 19(»7, at Sl,Om' per annum, not- 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service 
Act 


$ cts. 
6,000 00 

1,583 33 


$ cts. 
2,652 63 

1,583 33 


$ cts. 
3,347 37 


% cts. 








7,583 33 


4,235 96 


3,347 37 





These accounts have been examined under my direction, and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



J. ERASES, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION AWOVNTS 



C-49 



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Government of tlie Ifnkon Territory. 



Salaries and expenses of administration. 

Maintenance and transport of insane patients. . . 

Grant to Local Council 

Grant to Local Councii lor maintenance and re 
pairs to roads 



Grant. 



cts. 



I 150,000 00 
93,750 00 

75,000 00 



318,750 00 



Expenditure. 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



125,273 29 a 24,726 71 
93,750 00 

75,000 00 



294,023 29 



24,726 71 



Grant 
exceeded. 



a Due to ruducliou in staif and other services in the Yukon. 
These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



$ cts. 



J. FEASEE, 

Auditor General. 



Soiuiiilon Lands. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Capital. 

Surveys, examination of survey returns, printing 
of plans, including $11,250 for irrigation, sur- 


$ cts. 

525,000 00 
3,368 33 


% cts. 
- 526,582 61 


% cts. 
1,785 72 


$ cts. 


For additional accommodation for the staff of the 
Topographical Survey Branch 








Consolidated Fund. 

Salaries of outside service. . .-...; _■ 

Contingencies of outside service including gratui- 
ties voted 

Board of examiners. Dominion Land Surveyors. . 

Protection of timber in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, 
Alberta, the Northwest Territories and the 
railway belt in British Columbia ; tree culture 
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, and 
inspection and manafrement of forest reserves 


528,368 33 


526.582 61 


1,785 72 




183,000 00 

124,079 00 
750 00 

62,500 00 
20,000 00 


182,336 87 

12.3,882 12 
582 91 

62,427 35 
15,844 62 


663 13 

196 88 
167 09 

72 65 
a 4,155 38 

5,255 13 










393,329 00 


385,073 87 





a Accounts were not all received at the time the appropriation lapsed. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



J. EEASEE, 

Auditor General. 



1— 4c 



C— 50 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



miscellaneous. 



Grant. 



'Canada Gazette' 

Miscellaneous printing ... 

Distribution of iiarliamentary documents 

Plant for Printing Bureau 

*Unfore3een expenses 

Compensation for injuries, R.N.W.M.P 

Professional advice to the Auditor General, trav- 
elling and other expenses in connection with 

the examination of accounts 

Canada Temperance Act 

Naturalization Act 

International Catalogue of Scientific Literature. . 

Army anti Navy commutation 

Academy of Arts 

Canadian Mining Institute 

Canadian Association for the Prevention of Tu- 
berculosis 

British Medical Association 

Royal Society of Canada _ 

Grant to the Association for Comparative Legi.s- 

lation 

Canadian Law Library, London, England 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 

Monument to Cham plain 

¥. A. McCord for index to the Revised Statutes . 

Royal commission on life insurance 

Expenses of tariff inquiry 

Grant to the Imperial Government to cover Can 
ada's portion of probable deficit in operation of 

the Pacific cable 

fPreparation of returns for Parliament 

Consolidation of the Dominion Statutes 

Department of Labour 

Department of Labour— Expenses of Bell Tele- 
phone Commission.. . 

Department of Labour— Costs of litigation under 
the Alien Labour Act in connection with the 
employees of the Pere Marquette Railway . 

To pay I. G. Baker & Co. customs duties 

Expenses of litigated matters between the Do- 
minion and the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec 
Salaries and contingencies of the Pari_s agency . . . 

Litigated matters. Justice Department 

Costs of litigation, Interior Department 

Maintenance of Assay Office, Vancouver _. 

Maps of the Dominion and the Northwest Terri 

tories .... 

Banff Springs 

Yoho Park Reserve . ... 

Relief of distressed Canadians 

Salaries and contingencies of the registry offices in 

the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.. 
Aid to sufferers by earthquake and fire in the 

Island of Jamaica 

To repay the Bank of Montreal for money ad- 
vanced to pay fee of Haughton Lennox, M.P., 
counsel for the railway employees in connection 
with the ajjpeal to the Judicial Committee of 
the Privy Council as to the validity of 4 Edw. 

VII. cap. 31 

To pay C. H. Ritchie, K.C., counsel fee on behalf 
of the railway employees in the Supreme Court 
of Canada upon the reference as to the validity 
of 4 Edw. VII. cap. 31 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

5,900 00 
40,000 00 

1,200 00 
30,000 00 
22,500 00 

2,625 00 



3,750 00 
375 00 
2,750 00 
2,000 00 
1,637 50 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 GO 

50 GO 
250 OG 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
85,000 00 
2,000 00 



125,000 00 

1,500 00 

15,000 00 

21,502 5G 

1,700 00 



4,772 04 
2,033 07 

2,000 OG 
4,875 00 

11,250 00 
8,250 00 

10,200 00 

34,475 GO 

21,285 00 

9,000 00 

500 00 

15,000 00 

50,000 00 



1,500 00 



500 00 



Expenditure. „«-°*j^ 



570,490 11 



$ cts. 

5,900 00 

38,982 47 

624 82 

29,998 79 

18,267 02 

1,730 12 



174 20 
2,762 06 



15 63 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 



250 00 
1,000 GO 



2,000 00 

65,887 32 

111 81 



98,085 08 

834 82 

14,895 59 

20,519 91 

1,500 63 



4,772 04 
2,033 07 

1,604 65 
4,875 00 
1,922 92 
3,659 60 
9,585 32 

34,287 66 

21,112 08 

8,945 43 

247 02 

13,774 38 

42,743 47 



1,500 00 



500 00 



477,102 91 



$ cts, 



1,017 53 

575 18 

1 21 

4,232 98 
894 88 



3,575 80 
375 00 

2,000 GO 
1,671 87 



Grant 
exceeded. 



50 00 



5,000 00 

19,112 68 
1,888 19 



26,914 92 
665 18 
104 41 

1,042 59 

199 37 



395 35 

9,327 08 

4,590 40 

614 68 

187 34 

172 92 

54 57 

252 98 

1,225 62 
7,2.56 53 



93,399 26 



APPROPRIATION ACC0UXT8 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



jniscellaneons — Concluded. 



Grant. 



Brought forward 

Legal services in connection with Sunday legis- 
lation 

For printing 5,000 copies of evidence taken before 
the Royal Commission on life insurance. ..... 

To compensate Thomas Logan for injuries sus- 
tained and expenses incvirred through a col- 
lision with a runaway team of Mounted Police 
horses . ... 

To compensate R. Wainwrightand two daughters, 
for injuries sustained and expenses incurred 
through a collision with a rimaway team of 
^Mounted Police horses 

Further amount for expenses in connection with 
the visit of Prince Arthur of Oonnaught to 
Canada 

Reward for the arrest of persona who wrecked a 
mail train in British Columbia 



Under Statde. 



Canadian Press Association 

Ottawa Improvement Commission, 
Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint. 



Unforseen Expenses. 



Agriculture Department 

Customs Department 

Finance Department 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue Department 

Interior Department 

Justice Department 

Labour Depai tment . . . . 

Marine and Fisheries 

Militia Department 

Post Office Department 

Printing and Stationery Department. 

Public Works^Department 

Secretary of State Department. . . . . , 
Trade and Commerce Department . . . 



t Preparation of Rr turns for Parliament. 



Marine and Fisheries Department. 
Railways and Canals Departmeut. 



$ cts. 
570,400 11 

1,840 79 
9,500 00 

297 00 

425 00 

11,000 00 
5,000 00 



598,552 90 



11,250 00 
45,000 00 
56,250 00 



112,500 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 
477,102 91 

],S40 74 
9,500 00 

297 00 

425 00 

10,788 60 
5,000 00 



504,954 25 



7,333 32 

45,000 00 
2,795 69 



55,129 01 



Grant 
not used. 



604 63 

2,044 96 

2,100 00 

316 67 

1,149 96 

250 00 

3,658 29 

250 00 

1,688 98 

666 66 

3,061 20 

483 33 

250 00 

903 53 

838 81 



18,267 02 



634 56 
200 26 



834 82 



$ cts. 
93,399 26 

05 



211 40 



93,610 71 



3,916 68 
53,454 31 



57,370 99 



Grant 
exceeded. 



cts. 
12 06 



12 06 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

F. Hayter, a. B. Hudson, 

W. Kearns, J. W. Reid and H. Gross. 



J. ERASER, 

Auditor General. 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Collection of ReTenne. 



Customs. 

Salaries ami contingent expenses of the various 
ports — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

New Brunswiel; 

Nova Scotia 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island 

A Iberta 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon Territory 

Miscellaneous 

Inspection of Ports, r)Onrd of Customs, Prevent- 
ive Service, Customs Laboratory and 

Statistics 

Expense of maintenance of revenue cruisers and 

preventive service 

Gratuity to John Bain for special services as 

Secretary to the Tariff Commission 

To pay John McDougald, Commissioner of Cus- 
toms, for special services in connection with 

revision of the tariff 

Gratuity to the widow of Joseph Coveney 

Secret Preventive Service (disbursed by JuBtice 
Department.) , . . 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



!- 993,650 00 



37,500 00 
47,50) 00 



142,125 00 

22,500 00 

1.000 00 



500 00 
90 00 

3,750 00 



1,248,615 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 



327,922 62 

24<),605 12 
8i),293 55 

102,259 51 
75,682 86 

104,413 11 
14,!'07 72 
17,685 70 
10,069 10 
26,649 26 
43,697 15 



142,025 31 

22,436 .50 

1,000 00 



500 00 
90 00 

3,711 16 



1,222,948 67 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



I- 10,810 71 



10,850 74 
3,802 85 



99 69 
63 50 



38 84 



25,666 33 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



These accounts have been exammed under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditar General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Collection of Kevenuc« 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


iulaud Revenue. 

Excise— 

Salaries 


S cts. 

300,574 75 

58,000 00 

9,000 (10 

43,000 00 

6,300 00 

70O 00 

4,500 00 

48,000 00 

100 00 

100 00 

2,400 00 


S cts. 

290,418 69 

58,019 95 

8, .586 21 

42,607 33 

6,292 05 

693 75 

4,318 51 

43,366 78 

5 49 

66 43 

2,398 78 


§ cts. 
10,156 06 


S cts. 


Contingencies 


19 95 


Preventive service 


413 79 
392 67 

7 95 

6 25 

181 49 

4,6.33 22 

94 51 

33 57 

1 22 


Methylated spirits 

Extra duty pay at large distilleries and other 

factories 

Duty pay to ofl&cers serving longer hours at 

other than special survey. •. 

Allowance to collectors of customs for excise 

dut collected, 1905-6 (§500), 1906-7 (§4,000). 
Tobacco stamps 




Commi>>'ion fo sellers of tobacco stamps 

L. A. Frechette, special translation 




Provisional allowance to officers in British 
Columbia, Manitoba and Northwest Terri- 
tories whose salaries do not exceed $1,000 a 
year 




* 


472,674 75 


4.56,773 97 


15,920 73 


19 95 


Weiffhts and Measures — 
Salaries 


45,000 00 

25.000 00 

2,200 00 

450 00 


45,397 13 

23,439 64 

166 17 

449 91 


'"'i,560 36 
2,033 83 

09 


(a) 397 13 


Contingencies 


Metric system 

Provisional allowance to officers in British 
Columbia, Manitoba and Northwest Terri- 
tories whose salaries do not exceed §800 a year 






72,650 CO 


69,452 85 


3,594 28 


397 13 


Gas and Electric Light Inspection — 
Salaries 


21,800 00 
10,000 00 


20,938 66 
9,851 67 


861 34 

148 33 

1,009 67 




Contingencies 










31,800 00 


30,790 33 




Adulteration of Food 


22,000 00 


21,777 33 


222 67 








Minor Revenues. 

Inland Revenue Department 

Interior Department (Ordnance Lands) 


500 00 
1,390 00 1 




500 00 
143 88 




1,246 12 






1,890 00 


1,246 12 


643 88 





a. The cer expenditure is due to the fact that appointments were made and increases of salary given 
that were not provided for in the estimates. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



J. ERASER, 

Auditor General. 



G-54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD Vil., A. 1908 



Collection of Revenue. 



* Rallivays. 

Intercolonial Railway — 

Working expenses 

Compassionate allowance to the father of C. 
Floyd and S. Floyd, killed by an accident. . . 

Compensation to W. O. Cutler 

Rental to Grand Trunk Railway 

Prince Edward Island Ry. : Working expenses . , 
Windsor Branch Railway : Maintenance 



f Canals. 



Staff and repairs 

Chambly Canal — 

Staff (supplementary) 

Repairs n 

Gratuity to the legal representatives of the late 

Wm. Chaloux (supplementary) 

Lachine Canal — 

Staff (supplementary) 

To pay Wm. Mitchell for time lost 

Rideau Canal — 

Repairs (supplementary) 

To pay J. Mackey for time lest (supplem'tary) 

Soulanges Canal : Staff (supplementary) , 

St. Peter's Canal : Staff (supplementary) 

Trent Canal — 

Staff 

Repairs " 

Welland Canal : Gratuity to D. W. Parr 

General — 

Salaries and contingencies, Statistical oflBcers. . 

Sunday labour 

11 (supplementary) 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



6,100,000 00 

400 00 

250 00 

10.5,000 00 

3.S5,000 00 

18,000 00 



Expenditure. 



6,558,650 00 



642,636 00 

4,705 00 
2,000 00 

90 00 

8,455 00 
123 00 

5,650 00 

26 00 

1,250 00 

600 00 

8,300 00 
8,000 00 
1,000 00 

22,527 00 

16,500 00 

2,900 00 



$ cts. 



5,925,171 83 

10.5,000 00 

283,148 50 

15,425 32 



Grant 
not used. 



Grant 
exceeded. 



.? cts. 



175,478 17 



51,851 50 
2,574 68 



6,328,745 65 



229,904 35 



724,762 00 



643,431 78 



$ cts. 



39,403 22 



20,343 35 
19,336 80 



683,111 93 



2,183 65 
63 20 



41,650 07 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

* R. S. Glass (wages.) 

* F. E. Snelling (accounts.) 

t M. A. NORTHWOOD. 

Feederick Hayteb. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-55 



SESSION'AL PAPER No. 1 



Collection of Revenue. 



Public Worlcs. 

Harbours, Rivers, Slides and Booms. 



St. Maurice District : Staff and repairs 

Ottawa River District : Staff and repairs 

River Trent and Newcastle District : Staff and 

repairs . . 

Burlington Channel : Staff and repairs 

Ri ver Yamaska Lock and Dam : Staff and repairs 
River du Li^vre Lock and Dam : Staff and repairs 
River Saguenay Booms, &e. : Staff and repairs 

Levis Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Kingston Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Esquimalt Graving Dock : Staff and repairs. . . 
Harbours, Rivers, Slides, &c., Generally : Staff 

and repairs 

Chenaux Boom : Upper Ottawa Improvement 

Co., 1906-07 

Gatineau River — Use of Messrs. Gilmour and 

Hughson's booms at Cascades 

Collection of slide and boom^dues, including 

salaries of clerks, notwithstanding C. S. Act. 



Telegraph Lines. 



Prince Edward Island and Mainland 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces, 
including working expenses of vessels required 
for the cable service, also maintenance of 
Marconi wireless telegraphy at Belle Isle. . . 

J. C. Tache for services as superintendent at 
Chicoutimi 

Saskatchewan and Alberta. , . 

British Columbia 

British Columbia : Nanaimo-Parksville and Al 
berni-Cape Beale lines, C.P.R. claim for its 
share of the cost of maintenance from Decern 
ber 1, 1902 to March 31, 1907 

Yukon system (Ashcroft-Dawson line and 
branches) 

Telegraph service generally 



Public Works Agency. 
Public Works Agency, British Columbia . 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



- 127,250 00 



1,507 46 

600 00 

3,750 00 

5,250 00 

134,000 00 

225 00 
27,300 00 
26,550 00 

7,820 00 

163,750 00 
2,700 00 

1,900 00 



502,602 46 



Expenditure. 



S cts. 



96,704 74 



1.507 46 
600 00 

2.508 50 

920 33 

133,890 40 

225 00 
27,278 10 
26,131 46 



163,747 71 
2,320 40 



979 93 



456,814 03 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



30,545 26 



1,241 50 



4,329 67 



109 60 



21 90 
418 .^4 



7,820 00 

2 29 
379 ,60 



920 07 



Grant 
exceeded. 



45,788 43 



S cts 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

Chas. H. Douglas. 
Frederick Hayter. 



J. FRAvSER, 

Auditor General. 



C-56 



AUDITOR OENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Collection of Revenue. 



Post oatce. 

Mail service 

Salaries 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon Territory 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

2,275,525 00 

l,33r,,62G 57 

295,875 00 

105,000 00 



4,013,026 57 



Expenditure. 



Grant not 
used. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



2,240,050 82! 28,874 18 a. 
1,285,.531 88: 1 L 7049 ox 

354,812 54/ P" ^.842 80 



92,502 10 



3,979,557 34 



12,437 90:c. 



41,312 08 



7,842 85 



a. Expenditure over-estimated. It is impossible to make an accurate estimate of mail service expen- 
diture. Allowance must always be made for the growth of the service, but the increased cost of a year's 
expansion cannot be calculated a year in advance. 

b. Amount required under-estimated owing to changes in the service which could not be anticipated 
at the b' ginning of the year. 

c. Owing to the conditions that prevail in the Yukon Territory, the department might at any time be 
called upon to provide new mail service, so that it was not thought advisable to reduce the vote of previous 
years. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

W. Xearns. 



J. FEASER, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



C-57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Trade and Cuiuiuerce« 



Chinese Immigration Act 

International Customs Bureau 

Commercial Agencies 

Administration of the Acts in connection with the payment of 

bounties 

Royal Commission on grain trade 



Culliny Timber. 



Salaries and contingencies. 
Superannuated cullers . . . 



Inspection of Staples. 



Salaries 

Contingencies . 



Under Special Statutes. 



Bounties on pig iron 

II puddled iron bars 

ir steel ingots 

II articles manufactured from steel. 



binder twine 

lead 

crude petroleam. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,000 00 

600 00 

52,500 00 

8,250 00 
10,000 00 



74,350 00 



7,925 00 
2,550 00 



10,475 00 



52,500 00 
41,500 00 



94,000 00 



!]xpenditure. 



$ cts. 

2,414 .53 

000 00 

45,205 83 

4,314 63 
10,000 00 



62,534 99 



7,455 59 
2,366 68 



9,822 27 



48,812 51 
39,719 01 



88,531 52 



385,2.31 28 

:hU 6G 

575,259 13 

338,998 97 



1,299,801 04 

1.3, -.95 49 

1,994 75 

266,553 08 



1,531,944 36 



Grant not 
used. 



$ eta, 

585 47 

7,294 17 

3,935 37 



11,815 01 



469 41 

183 o2 



652 73 



3,687 49 
1,780 99 



5,468 48 



These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct. 



Examined, 

W. Kearns. 



J. FRASER, 

Auditor General. 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1903 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



SUMMARIES OF REVENUE 



SUMMARY OF REVENUE 



C-61 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Consolidated Fund Revenue, 1906-07* 



1905-06. 



Service. 



$ cts. 

8,394 35 

108,' 67 76 

871) 871 12 

11,221 00 

2,9G7 00 

4,335 43 

46,053,376 89 

1,668,162 35 

24,606 86 

35.099 75 

13,944,690 12 

89,011 84 

83, ill 53 

14,508 16 

41,424 25 

16,669 10 

101,445 46 

2,140,312 06 

11,380 80 

2,715 66 

60,346 80 

65,530 18 

32,195 29 

23,067 00 

14.220 41 

3,312 78 

10,840 67 

187,792 23 

75,260 74 

5,933,342 53 

160,665 33 

251,646 57 

7,643,829 90 

257,270 57 

49,452 50 

4,604 40 

45,193 51 

9,069 94 

72,957 23 



80,139,360 07 



'Canada Gazette' 

Canals . t 

Casual , 

Chiuese Immigration 

Civil Service Examination Fees 

Cullers' Fees 

Customs 

Dominion Lands 

Dominion Steamers 

Electric Light Inspection 

Excise , 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Fisheri'JS 

II Modus Vhcndi 

Gas Inspection 

Insurance Superintendence 

Inspection of Staples 

Interest on Investments 

Law Stamps 

Light House and Coast Service 

Mariners' Fund 

Methylated Spirits 

Militia 

Military College 

Militia Pensions 

Mounted Police Pensions 

Ordnance Lands 

Patent Fees and Trade Marks 

Penitentiaries 

Post Office . 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Public Works 

Railways — Intercolonial 

II Prince Edv/ard Island 

II Windsor Branch 

Steamboat Inspection , 

Superannuation 

Supreme and Exchequer Court Reports. 
Weights and Measures 



Part. 



T 

W 

C 

Y 

X 

Y 

L 

P 

K 

K 

C 

P 

P 

K 

G 

Y 

G 

K 

P 

P 

K 

Q 

Q 

Q 

R 

L 

D 

M 

S 

G 

C 

W 

W 

W 

P 

G 

M 

K 



1906-07 
(9 months.) 



7. 

105. 

845. 

43. 

2. 

2, 

39,717, 

1,443, 

22, 

25, 

11,762. 

54, 

53, 

4, 

31, 

IS, 

70, 

1,235, 

7, 

44, 
42, 
10, 
24, 
13, 
2 

e! 

144, 

82, 

5,001, 

249, 

225 

6,248! 

215, 

45, 

2, 

33, 

54, 



'< cts. 

345 47 
,003 15 
140 20 
(194 00 
979 00 
329 91 
078 53 
632 03 
277 36 
930 80 
755 91 
907 74 
010 25 
134 00 
892 00 
169 21 
939 40 
746 06 
336 10 
554 00 
704 59 
657 30 
6^8 44 
368 41 
236 51 
441 80 
662 90 
279 36 
660 10 
728 45 
588 23 
482 66 
251 45 
434 97 
413 36 
9-8 64 
321 18 
381 26 
847 56 



67,969,328 29 



C-62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



1905-1906. 



Casual Revenue* 



Part. 



cts. 



11,204 30 
4 56 

11,864 51 
3,143 73 
1,176 65 

445,452 53 

9,068 47 

3,5.38 36 

335 09 

1,798 62 

19,410 81 

11,348 46 

2,405 50 

628 00 

11 80 

127,218 24 
1,717 55 
9,656 52 
6,106 95 
3.360 27 
1,323 90 

53 54 

5,526 00 

11,711 72 

45 97 

6,042 29 

24,610 97 

790 57 

69 96 

1,620 21 

5,098 77 

1,486 .30 

30,076 84 

28,288 98 

85,813 94 

4,779 64 

50 60 



Agriculture — 

Cattle Inspection 

Dairying Service 

Experimental Farms , 

Sundries 

Customs 

Finance — 

Profit on Silver Coinage 

Profit on Copper Coinage 

Outstanding Cheques 

Sundries 

Geological Survey 

House of Commons 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue — 

Adulteration of Food 

Fertilizers ... 

Sundries 

Interioi — 

Registration Fees, N. W.T (ai 

Registration Fees, ^.T 

Seed Grain Repayments 

Sundries 

Justice 



Labor Bureau 

Marine and Fisheries— 

Marine Registrars' Fees - 

Exam, of Masters and Mates 

Sales . 

Wages and effects of deceased seamen . 

Sundries . . . . 

Militia and Defence 

Mounted Police 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery — 

Profit on Stationery 

Sales of Publications 

Sundries 

Public Works 

Raihvays and Canals , 

Secretary of State 

Senate 

Trade and Commerce 



876,871 12 



H— 
O— 
J— 
K— 



Q- 
R— 
S— 
T— 



V— 

w— 

X— 

o— 

Y— 



1906-1907 
(9 months.) 



cts. 



7,605 89 



0,099 18 
6,020 71 
2,062 89 

476,654 14 

27,788 16 

2,874 36 

329 42 

371 45 

29,960 94 

14,370 38 

746 25 

511 00 

48 75 

30,013 00 
2,004 78 
9,024 79 
7,497 01 

20,114 29 
1,067 47 

39 67 

2,294 50 
7,021 47 

554 34 
10,130 34 

(391 23 
2,102 87 



2, .317 14 

4,506 23 

936 89 

69,973 94 

21,847 03 

70,139 35 

6,765 14 

1 20 

845,146 20 



(a) The revenue from Registration Fees subsequent to September 7th, 1906, became the property of 
the Provincss of Alberta and Saskatchewan. 



SUMMARY OF REVENUE 



C-63 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



1905-1 90G. 



3, COS 00 
9C5 50 

f)06 75 
14,887 06 

44,007 67 

81,211 21 

106,300 38 



251,646 57 



108 

76,090 

561 



3,023 

1,798 

25 

2,491 

276 

1,534 

2 

3,100 



89,011 84 



Public Works Reveune. 



Inland Revenue Department — 

Hydraulic and other rents 

Minor Public Works 

Marine and Fisheries Department 

Harbours . . 

Wharfs and Piers 

Public Works Department — 

Graving Docks 

Slides and Booms 

Telegraph Revenue 



Fines and Forfeitnres. 



Ar/ricidture 

Customs 

Inland Revenue 

Indian Aj}'airs.. . ... 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Marine 

Post Office 

R.JV. W. Mounted Police. 
Raihuai/s and Canals. . . . 
Trade and Commerce 



Part. 



K— 
L— 



P— 
V— 



D— 

F— 

K— 

.1— 

L— 

INI— 

N— 

P— 

S— 

K- 

W— 

Y- 



1906-1907. 
(9 months.) 



cts. 



3,020 00 
179 00 

1,138 70 
11,967 21 

30,652 79 
86,837 98 
91,686 98 



225,482 66 



46,748 59 

56 69 

9 00 

2,896 00 

3,633 25 

50 00 

114 20 

87 00 

739 60 

573 41 

54,907 74 



t}~64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Summary op Revenue by Depahtments. 



1905-1906. 



3,14:? 73 

11,204 30 

4 56 

ll,8t)4 51 

108 25 

160,340 28 

27,445 95 



1,176 65 

46,053,376 89 

76,090 53 



335 

16,669 

2,140,312 

3,538 

160,665 

445,452 

9,068 

45,193 



1,798 62 



19,410 81 
11,348 46 



Casual Revenue 

Cattle Inspection . . 

Dairying Service 

Experimental Farms. . 
Fines and Forfeitures 

Patent Fees ... 

Trade Marks 



2,405 50 

11 80 

35,099 75 

13,944,690 12 

628 00 

561 61 

41,424 25 

3,608 00 

11,380 80 

65,530 18 

965 50 

72,9i.7 23 



6,106 95 

1,068,162 35 

3,023 96 

10,840 67 

127,351 16 

1.584 63 

9,656 52 



Service. 



Agriculture ($164,605.14) 



Customs [m'J,765,890.01) 



Casual Revenue . . . 
Cubtoms Revenue 
Customs Seizures 



Finance (^,044,470.76) 



Casual Revenue 

Insurance Superintendence 

Interest on Investments 

Outstanding- Cheques 

Premium Discount and Exchange. 

Profit on Silver Coinage 

Profit on Copper Coinage 

Superannuation 



Geological Survey. 



Casual Revenue . 



House of Comvions. 



Casual Revenue 

Fees on Private BiUs . 



Indian Affairs. 



Casual Revenue .... 
Fines and Forfeitures . 



Inland Revenue ($11,929,981.36) 



Adulteration of Food 

Casual Revenue 

Electric Light Inspection . 

Excise 

Fertilizers . . 

Fines and Forfeiture ; 

Gas Inspection 

Hydraulic and other rents. 

Law Stamps 

Methylated Spirits , 

Minor Public Works 

Weights and Measures . . . . 



Part. 



D— 



F— 



.H— 



O- 



K— 



65,204,542 97 



Interior {$1,601,730.51) 



Casual Revenue 

Dominion Land.s 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Ordnance Lands 

Registration Fees, N.W.T. 
Registration Fees, Y.T. . . 
Seed Grain Repayments . . . 



.Carried forward. 



L— 



1906-1907.* 
(9 months.) 



$ cts. 

6,020 71 
7,605 89 



6,699 18 



123,242 93 
21,036 43 



2,062 89 

39,717,078 53 

46,748 59 



329 42 

18,169 21 

1,235,746 06 

2,874 36 

249,588 23 

476.654 14 

27,788 16 

33,321 18 



371 45 



5 92 


29,955 02 


14,370 38 


9 00 


746 25 


48 75 


25,930 80 


11,762.755 91 


511 00 


56 69 


31,892 00 


3,020 00 


7,336 10 


42,657 30 


179 00 


54,847 56 


7,497 01 


1,443,632 03 


2,896 00 


6,662 90 


30,013 00 


2,004 78 


9,024 79 


55,451,389 55 



8U3IMART OF REVENUE 



C-65 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

SuMitARY OF Revenue by Departments— Con. 




1905-1906. 



cts. 



05,204,542 97 


3,300 27 


376 72 


1,798 41 


75,200 74 


8,693 22 


1,323 90 


25 00 


6,042 29 


24,606 80 


5,526 00 


2,491 49 


83,441 53 


606 75 


2,715 66 


60,346 80 


53 54 


14,568 16 


11,711 72 


4,604 40 


45 97 


14,887 06 


24,640 97 


32,195 29 


23,067 00 


14,220 41 


790 57 


1,534 59 


3.312 78 


09 96 


276 00 


* 5,933,342 53 


8,394 35 


1,486 30 


1,(;20 21 


5,098 77 


30,076 84 


44,067 67 


81,211 21 


106,300 38 



. Brought forward 

Justice ($10G,78S.90) 



Casual Revenue 

Exchequer Court Reports 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Peni tentiaries 

Supreme Court Reports («) 



M— 



Labour Bureau (^1.117. If/ X 



I N- 



Casual Revenue 

Fines and Forfeitures . 



Marine and Fi.-<krnes (■3160,920.27) 



Casual Revenue . 

Dorranion Steamers ... 

Examination of Masters and Mates . . . 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Fisheries 

Harbours 

Light House and Coast Service ...... 

^Mariners Fund ...... 

Marine Register.?' Fees 

Modus Vivendi 

Sales 

Steamboat Inspection 

Wages and effects of deceased seamen . 
Wharfs and Piers 



Militia and Defence ($54,914 59) 



Ca.sual Revenue . 
Militia Revenue. 
Military College. 
Militia Pensions . 



R. N. W. Mounted Police (-$5,344.^7). 



Casual Revenue 

Fines and Forfeitures. 
Pensions 



Post Office ($5,061,815.45). 



Casual Revenue 

Fines and Forfeitures. 
Poat Office Revenue . . 



Printing ami Stationery ($15,105.73). 



Canada Gazette 

Casual Revenue 

Profit on Stationery . 
Sales of Publications . 



PvMie Worl-s ($279,151.69). 



Casual Revenue. . . 
Graving Docks. . . 
Slides and Booms. 



71,838,735 29 \ Carried forward 

(a) The Supreme Court Reports are not now published by the Government, 
1— 5c 



Q- 



R- 



$ cts. 
55,451,389 55 



20,114 29 

381 26 

3,0.33 25 

82,000 10 



1,007 47 
50 00 



10,130 34 

22,277 30 

2,294 50 

114 20 

53,010 25 

1,138 70 

554 00 

44,704 .59 

39 67 

4,134 00 

7,021 47 

2,988 64 

554 34 

11,967 21 



691 23 

16,618 44 

24,368 41 

13,236 51 



2,162 87 

73y 60 

2,441 80 



87 00 
5,061,728 45 



7,345 47 

936 89 

2,317 14 

4,506 23 



69,973 94 
30,652 79 
86,837 98 
91,686 98 



01,136,556 92 



C-66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Summary of Revenue bt Departments— Con. 



1905-1906. 



$ cts. 
71,838,735 29 



108,06? 76 

28,288 98 

2 GO 

7,643,829 90 

257,270 57 

49,452 50 



111 24 

85,702 70 
2,967 00 



126 75 
4,652 89 



50 60 

11,221 00 

4,335 43 

3,100 00 

101,445 46 

80,139,360 07 



Service. 



.Brought forward. 



Railways and Canals ($6,635,9p.9G). 



Canals 

Casual Revenue 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway. 
Windsor Branch Railway.'. 



Secretary of State (-$73, 118. 35). 



Casual Revenue 

Commissions, Passports, &c . 

Civil Service Examination Fees. 



Senate C$6,765.14). 



Casual Revenue 

Fees on Private Bills 



Trade and Commerce (■$116,937.92.) 



Casual Revenue 

Chinese Immigration . 

Cullers' Fees 

Fines and Forfeitures . 
Inspection of Staples . . 



Part. 



W- 



X- 



1906-1907. 
(9 months. ) 



$ cts. 
61,136,556 92 



105,003 15 
21,847 03 



6,248,251 45 

215,434 97 

45,413 36 


70,i39 35' 

2,979 GO 


149 50 
6,615 64 


1 20 

43,094 00 

2,329 91 

573 41 

70,939 40 



67,969,328 29 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART D 



AGRICULTUEE DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



i— Id 



D-2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, J 906-1007 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



A'^riciilture Department: Siiininary of Expenditure. 



Civil Government — Salaries 

M Contingencies 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics — 

Archives . . 

Historical data re Acadian farriilies 

Census and Statistics 

Quinquennial Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta .... 

Patent Record 

Statistical Year-book 

Exhibitions 

Canadian Exhibit at Imperial Institute 

Grant to Charlottetown Exhibition 

ti Dominion Exhibition, Halifax 

Experimental Farms 

Printing and distributing bulletins, &c., at Farms. 

Fumigating Stations 

Development of the live stock, dairying and fruit industries, &c. . 
Live Stock Records of the Dominion 

Quarantine — 

Organized districts and public health generally 

Steamer service 

Tracadie Lazaretto 

Public Works Health Act 

Hospitals 

Health of animals 

Miscellaneous — 

Gratuity of 2 months salarj' to widow of late Louis D'Auray 

M H „ „ N. Gravel ' 

Expenses re Baron Komura's visit to Ottawa 

Grant to Canadian Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis 



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23 
28 
28 
28 
29 
39 
39 
40 
51 



51 
58 
58 
58 
59 
59 



69 
69 
69 
69 



65.366 38 
16,781 73 



30,000 00 

900 00 

12,281 07 

107,277 03 

12,750 00 

4,330 66 

121,067 18 

8.401 19 

10,000 00 

50,000 00 

102,555 12 

5,250 00 

2,999 98 

155,000 00 

3,000 00 



73,495 65 

34,250 00 

4,362 77 

4,130 22 

3,000 00 

276,667 99 



300 00 

183 33 

121 30 

2,000 00 



cts. 



82,148 11 



625,812 23 



395,906 63 



2,604 63 
1,106,471 00 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-3 



Abate- 
ments. 



cts. 



♦146 2.5 



33 00 


t51 19 


"*90'66" 


39 00 


12 51 


+ ^ 


+ 


*71 88 


28 50 


23 25 


*58 13 


25 50 


6 00 


*56 25 


28 50 


*58 13 


*58 13 


+ 


+ 


28 50 


18 75 


*46 88 


*54 38 


*46 88 


't39"38 


•46 88 


20 25 


•55 G3 


*1 88 


t31 50 


21 75 


21 00 


18 00 


*46 88 


*55 00 


14 25 


t24 50 


*33 75 


*35 00 


*31 88 


16 50 


16 50 


*35 63 


16 50 


*35 00 


*3l 25 


*39 38 


14 64 


*41 25 


t26 25 


*34 38 


16 50 


*35 63 


16 50 


*41 25 


16 50 



Agrlcnlture Department : Salaries at Ottawa< 



Minidcr. 
Hon. S. A. Fisher, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $7,000 

Staff. 

Deputy Minister, G. F. O'Halloran, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .S3,900 

Chief Clerks— 

F. C. Chittick, accountant, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,200 

T. K. Doherty, 9 in. to Mar. 31 at -SI, 950 

.1 private secretary, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $300 

A. G. Doughty, archivist, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,400 

A. L. Jarvis, secretary, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,600 

Geo. Johnson, .statistician, 3 m. to Sept. 30 at ■?2,o00 (swperan'ted) 

W. J. Lyiich, Tatents Branch, 9 m. to Ma*-. 31 at §2,350 

P. E. Kftchie, 6 m. at .$1,900, 3 m. at $1,9.50 

First ckiPS clerks — 

H. H. Bailev, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

C. W. C. Bate, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1.550 ... 

M. A. Belanger, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,.5.50 

A. E. Caron, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,700 

L. Dauray, 2 m. to Aug. 31 at $1,800 (deceased) 

W. H. T. Megill, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,500 

T. McCabe, 9 in. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

T. P. Neville, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,550 

T. L. Richard, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,550 

D. Routhier, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

E. H. St. Denis, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

Second class clerks — 

F. J. Audet, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

L. G. Bowker, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

M. W. Casey, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,4,50 

C. M. Goddard, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,2-50 

II as.^t. private secretary, 9 m. at $150 

Wm. Ide, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,500 

J. A. McKenna, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,2.50 

A. E. Powell, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$1,35<) . . 

M. L. Rush, 3 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,500 

M arrears, 1905-6 

J. Skead, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,200 

A. Tache, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,450 

J. W. D. Vemer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,400 

J. Wilkins, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,200 

J. F. D. Withrow, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,250 

W. J. Withrow, 6 m. at $1,450, 3 m. at $1,500 

Junior second class clerks — 

A. Archambault, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $950 

J. P. Beaudoin, 3 m. at $900, 6 m. at $950 

G. Bourret, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $900 

C. G. Brown, 3 m. at $900, 6 m. at §950 

E. L. Carter, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $850 . . 

E. Copping, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

A. Desjardins, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1 100 

E. R. Dewhurst, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

H. Dubourg, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at $950 

A. Duff, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

J. C. O. Dupuis, 3 in. at §900, 6 m. at §950 

J. D. Dupuis, 3 m. at $800, 6 m. at $850 

W. A. Eraser, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,0.50 . 

N. Gravel, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at $1,100 (deceased) 

J. Kilgallin, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,100 

Miss M. Levden, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

R. C. Macpherson, 6 m. at $900, 3 ni. at .§950 

M. J. Morrison, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

Miss A. E. Rodman, 9 ni. to Mar. SI at $950 

Miss C. Steacy, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

E. A. Thomas, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,100 

W. J. Walsh, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,100 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
5,250 00 

2.925 00 

1,650 00 

1,462 50 

225 00 

1,800 00 

1,950 00 

624 99 
1,762 50 
1,437 50 

1,425 00 

1,162 50 

1,162 50 

1,275 00 

300 00 

1,125 00 

1,425 00 

1,162 50 

1,162 50 

1,425 00 

1,425 00 

937 50 
937 50 

1,087 50 
937 50 
112 50 

1,125 00 
937 50 

1,012 50 

1,112 50 

37 50 

900 00 

1,087 50 

1,050 00 
900 00 
937 50 

1,100 00 

712 50 
700 00 
675 00 
700 00 
637 50 
825 00 
825 00 
825 00 
712 50 
825 00 
700 00 

625 00 
787 50 
733 28 
825 00 
7.50 00 
687 50 
825 00 
712 50 
825 00 
825 00 
825 00 



1,912 80 Carried forward 

*Retirement Fund. f Superannuation Fund No. 2. 

II Not eligible to contribute. 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 



62,908 27 

X 35 years' service completed. 



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AUDITOR GENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Abate- 
ments, 



$ cts. 
1,912 80 



*21 G8 
*23 75 
*26 00 
♦20 00 



tl8 11 



Agriculture Department : Salaries at Ottaiva — Continued. 



Staff— Continued. 
. Brought forward 



Third class clerks — 

Miss A. M. Dawson, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at $050 

Miss C. P. Grenfell, 3 m. at -SbOO, G in. at .?G.50 

Miss M. J. Martineau, 3 m. at $080, 6 m. at §700 

Miss A. G. Monaghan, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at .$000 _ 

„ „ asst. jjrivate socretarj', 9 tn. at $150 

Messenprer, P. Davieau, 9 m. to ilar. 31 at SO'JO 

Civil Government Contingencies, extra employees ($10,292.77)— 

Armstrong, Miss F. S., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .$700 

Bowden, Mrs. G., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .$700 

Braden, Miss L., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $050 

Brunetto, Miss L. B., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $050 

Cook, Miss A. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $650 

Dick, Miss I. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at S5.50 

Dorion, Miss U., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $700 

Gorman, G. O., messenger, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $050 

Graziadei, D. V., messenger, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $550 

Hanlon, Miss M. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §650 

Higgins, Miss A. M., clerk, July 1 to Sept. 10, 1906 at $670. . . . 

Hunter, Miss S., clerk, 9 m. to Mar, 31, 1907 at $000 

Irwin, A., messenger, 3 m. at $550, m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .$600 

Kingsmill, Mrs. L. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $700 

Leafloor, J., me.ssenger, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $700 

Mclvor, Mrs. M. E., clerk, 3 m. at $559, 6 ni. to Mar. 31, 1907 
at $600 

Monaghan, Miss A. G., clerk, 1 m. to July, 31, 1906 at 

Morgan, T., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $700 

Prentiss, Miss M. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $600 

Proulx, E., messenger, 6 m. at $60 D, 3 m. to Mar. 31, '07 at $650 

Rogers, Miss E. W., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $700 

Stark, Miss H., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .$600 .... 

St. (iermain. Miss M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at 
Archives ($8,129.46)— 

Bigras, Miss V.. clerk, Jan. 14-Mar 31, 1907, at $500 per an 

Boutet, B. B., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 per an. . 

Bradley, J. D., services, 17 weeks to Mar. 30, 1907, at $10. . 

Brown, Miss K., clerk, Aug. 20, 1900, to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
62,908 27 



per an 

Casey, Miss M.. clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $700 per an. . . 
Greaves, Mi&s M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 per an. . 

Holmden, H. R., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $100 

Laidlaw, R., services, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .$100 

Mackay, Miss J. F., clerk, Jan. 14-Mar. 31, 1907, at $500 per ai 

McCoy, Miss K., stitcher, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $30 ; 

McDonald, Mis;F. A.,clerk,9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at.$550per a;r 

Mercure, C. L., clerk, Mar. 8-31, 1907, at -$75 per m 

Muir, Miss V., clerk, Jan. 14-Mar. 31, 1907, at .$500 per an. . . . j 
Ogilvie, iss G., clerk, Jan. 21-Mar. 31, 1907, at .$500 per an.. . i 
O'Leary, Rev. P. M., services, July 1, 1906-Feb. 28, 1907, 243 d. 

at $2 ; Mar. 1907, 1 m. at $80 ! 

Pelletier, L. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $100 

Pennington, W., binder, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .$67 

Phelps, Miss M. G., clerk, Oct. 4, 1906 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $800 

prr an 

Poirier, D., services, Sept. 1, 1900-Mar. 31, 1907, 212 d. at $1.50 

Prot, 1)., services, 8 w., Feb. and Mar., 1907, at .$5 

Robertson, Miss M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .$5.50 per an 

Shouldis, Miss L., clerk, Jan. 14 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500 per an 
Census and Statistics, including Provincial Census (.■519,893.90)- 

Statistician, A. Blue, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at •?4,000 

Archer, W. A., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31, at $."*00 

Babin, E., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at -$000 

Battle, Mrs. K. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $000 

Bertrand, Miss E.. clerk, Nov. 12 to Mar. 31 at .$500 

Biehler, Miss N., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 at .$.500 



2,022 34 Carried forward . 

* Retirement Fund. t Superannuation Fund No. 2. 



433 36 

475 00 
520 (lO 
400 00 
112 50 
517 50 

525 00 

525 00 
487 50 
487 50 
487 50 
412 50 
525 00 
487 50 
412 50 
487 50 
130 27 
450 00 
437 50 
525 00 
525 00 

437 50 
50 00 
525 00 
450 00 
402 50 
525 00 
450 00 
487 50 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 



75.659 40 



107 51 
412 50 
170 00 

307 74 
525 00 
412 50 
900 00 
900 00 
107 51 
270 00 
412 50 

58 06 
107 51 

98 10 

566 00 
900 00 
603 00 

393 52 
318 00 
40 00 
412 50 
107 51 

3,000 00 
231 15 
450 00 
450 00 
193 02 
231 15 



12.684 78 



AGRICVLTLRE DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-5 



Abate- 
ments. 



Agricnlture Department: Salaries at Ottan^a — Continued. 



$ cts 



/Sia^— Continued. 



2,022 34 ! Brought forward . 



Civil 
Government 



cts. 



75,G50 40 



Censu.s and Statistics, including Provincial Census — Concluded. 

Bignell, E. P., clerk, Sept. 4 to Dec. 10 at .S500 

Bourret, A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S540 . . . 

Biadley, Miss A., clerk, 'J m. to Mar. 31 at §540 (less 7 d.) ... 

Brown, Miss F. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §700 

Cameron, Miss H., clerk. Sept 4 to Oct. 31 at SnoO 

Carss, Miss W., clerk, Nov. lit to Mar. 31 at .S500 

Church, Miss E. E., clerk, Oct. l!) to Mar. 31 at .^oOO 

Coulson, Miss M. G., clerk, Oct. 1!) to Mar. 31 at ^nOQ 

Cregan, Miss A. M., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 at 8-500 

Drysdale, Miss B., clerk, Sept. 10-25 and Oct. 8 to Mar. 31 at §5 00. 

Dupuis, Miss R. A., clerk, Oct. 22 to Mar. 31 at 8500. 

D'Auray, Miss S., clerk, Sept. 4 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Field, L. H., clerk, Nov. 1 to Mar. 31 at 8500 (less 6 d., 68.06). . 

Gardner, Miss E., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Gravel, O., messenger, Nov. 19 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Hanratty, Miss C, clerk, Oct. 19 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Hudon, J. L., clerk, Oct. 19 to Mar. 31 at 8500 (less 3 d. 84.32) 

Jenkins, Mi.ss M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8540 . . . . 

Johnston, Miss M., clerk, Nov. 12 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Kehop, Miss G., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .?540 

Keir, Miss A., clerk, Aug. 1 to Mar. 14 at.S.500(less7^ d., §10.05; 

Keir, Miss L., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8540 

Lovekin, Miss K., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$540 

Lynott, Miss T., clerk, Nov. 8 to Mar. 31 at -8500 

Marcil, R. C, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8*;50 

Munro, J. R., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .8900 

McDonald, Miss M., clerk. Sept. 4 to Mar. 31 at -8500 

McFee, Miss M., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

McGillivray, A., clerk, Dec. 12 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

McLachlan, J., clerk, Sept. 4 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

McMaster. Miss K., clerk, Oct. 19 to Feb. 11 at 8500 

Macphail, E. S., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,400 1 

Macpherson, J. C, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,400 

McNeill, Miss E., clerk, Oct. 22 to Mar. 31 at 8500 (less 3 d., 

84.03) 

Ogden, Miss A. E., clerk, Oct. 23 to Mar. 31 at 8500 | 

O'Leary, M. J., clerk, Oct. 22 to Mar. 31 at .8.500 \ 

Pelletier, A. J., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8650 ! 

Pelletier, J. C. H., nie.=^senger, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8650 

Powell, Mrs. J., clerk, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Ross, C, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 8700 

Smith, Miss M., clerk, Sept. 4 to Mar. 31 at 8500 j 

St. Denis, E. H., additiunal salary, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $600 

Thomson, Miss E., clerk, 9 months to Mar. 31 at 8500 

Watts, R. E., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,000 

Weelauds, Miss M. L., clerk, Oct. 19 to Nov. 10 and Jan. 1 to 

Mar. 31 at -8500 

Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Branch (.8.33,207.94) — 
Armstrong, R. E., messenger. 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 850. . . 
Atkin.son, Mrs. A. G.. clerk, July 1, 1906, to Mar. 15, 1907, at 

850 

Baker, M. R., clerk, Aug. 20, 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8100. . . . 

Beauchesne, A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at -8650 

Bayless, B. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .8700.. 

Bonneville, J. G. clerk, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8500 

Botichard, J. G., clerk, 9 ni. to IVlar. 31, 1907, at 875 

Bouk-t, L., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .850 

Bradlev, A. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 850 

Brown, L., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at -8500 

Brown, A. L., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8050 

Charlan, Felix, chief of tobacco division, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907. 
Clark, G. H., chief of seed division, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, atl 

82,250 

Clemons W. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8125 

Cochrane, R. J., 1 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at 8100 



2,022 34 ; Carried forward ' 75,659 40 



Outside 
Votes. 



8 cts. 
12,684 78 



134 26 
405 00 
394 50 
525 00 
79 16 
183 30 
225 77 
225 77 
231 15 
262 77 
221 74 
287 46 
200 24 
231 15 
183 30 
225 77 
221 45 
405 00 
193 02 
405 00 
300 21 
405 00 
405 00 
198 58 
487 50 
675 00 
287 46 
231 15 
151 86 
287 46 
158 82 
1,0.50 00 
1,050 00 

217 71 

220 39 

221 74 
487 50 
487 50 
231 15 
525 00 
287 46 
4.50 00 
374 94 
750 00 

156 34 

450 00 



424 19 


738 70 


487 50 


525 00 


166 70 


675 00 


450 00 


4.50 00 


375 00 


487 51 


1,200 00 


1,687 50 


1,125 00 


100 (JO 



37,365 46 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S RETORT, 1006-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Abate- 
ments. 



Agrlcnlture Department: Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



cts. 



2,022 34 



2,022 34 



Staff— Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioners Branch— Con<?ni(fd. 

Cote, J. C, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,100 

Cranston, A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .^700 

Dawson, A. M., clerk, 1 m. to July 31, 1907 

Defosses, A. J., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .S75 .... 

Doyle, Mi.ss A., clerk, Feb. 18 to 28, 1907, at $500 

Elliott, M. L., clerk, July 30, 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907, at 

Fee, Norman, clerk, 50 d. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1.50 

Drummond, D., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Fisher, J., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .S45 

Halpin, D., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .$62.50 

Hartley, M. F., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $50 

Hayes, James, clerk, Feb. 4 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $50 

Hfnderson, J. L., clerk, 9 ra. to Mar. 31, 1907 

HiU, H., clerk, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 

Hubbell, A. H., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .$50 

Keir, Miss A., clerk. Mar. 15 to 31, 1907, at .$500 

Kilburn, J. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $45 

Kilburn, Miss Bernice, 109 d. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1.50. . . . 

Kipp, S., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 

Langford, B. I., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 

Laplant, A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $60 

Long, A., clerk, 9 ra. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $455 

MacRae, C. M., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

McNeill, A., chief of fruit division, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $150. 

Macdonald, Miss Mary, clerk, Mar. 19 to 31, 1907, at $500.. 

Milette, S., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $650 

Michaud, Geo., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,100 

IMiller, H. H., clerk, 9 m. tc Mar. 31, 1907, at $75 

Mohr, K., clerk, Aug. 20, 1906 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500. . . . 

Moore, W. W., supt. of markets, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 

Poirier, D., 44 d. to July 31, 1906, at $1.50 

Ralston, R., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $550 

Raynor, G., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Reardon, L., clerk, Sept. 17, 1906 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500. . . 

Robinson, K., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $650 

Rogers, C. G., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Ruddick, J. A., daiiy commissioner, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Schingh, Mrs. A., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500 

Sinclair, H. H., July 31, 1906 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $800 

Spencer, J. B., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $150 

Tremblay, J., clerk. Sept, 17, 1906 to Mar. .SI, 1907, at $500.. 

Trudel, J., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. .31, 1907 

Whitley, C. F., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Winthrop, V/., clerk, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $500 

Health of Animals (.$8,226.15) - 

Rutherford, J. G., vet. dir. general, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $4,000 

Bonneville, J. G., clerk, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at $500 

Dewar, M., clerk, Jan. 4 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Drummond, B., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $600 

Fitzgerald, G., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$91 2., 50 

Grant, J. T., clerk, Dec. 27 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Hilton, Geo., assistant director, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,100. . . . 

Hutchingame, J., messenger, 7 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 

Mackie, A., clerk, 23 Oct. to Mar. 31 at $800 

Sharman, C. H. L., secretary, 9 m. to INIar. 31 at $1,400 

St. George, D., clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 



Q ;arantine, organized districts and public health generally — 

Montizambert, F., director general, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $4,000.. 



Less under payment. 



Civil 
Government 



cts 



75,659 40 



75,059 40 
25 

75,659 15 



Outside 

Vote. 



$ cts. 
37,305 46 



825 00 
525 00 

54 17 
075 00 

14 88 
3:50 88 

75 00 
787 40 
405 00 
562 50 
450 00 

94 05 
525 00 
275 01 
4.50 00 

22 84 
405 00 
163 50 
412 50 
412 50 
540 00 
341 25 
787 40 
1,350 00 

17 47 
487 50 
825 00 
675 00 
307 80 
1,3.50 00 

66 00 
412 50 
975 00 
269 46 
487 50 
937 50 
2,250 00 
375 00 
536 81 
1,350 00 
269 46 
600 00 
975 00 
208 36 

3,000 00 
208 30 
107 51 
450 00 
684 37 
131 70 

1,575 00 
291 62 
352 65 

1,050 00 
375 00 



,000 00 



72,457 45 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-7 



Agriculture Department : Civil Government Contingencies. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page D — 4) 

Stationery Office supplies, June, 1906, to Mar. 1907, inclusive ($1,990)— 

Books printed and maps, .?167 . 68 ; blank books, §154 . 98 

Paper and envelopes, $571 82 ; typewriter, .$120, less S20 for repairs 

Typewriter repairs and supplies, §98.63 ; sundry stationery supplies, $815.69 

Stationery detailed in 1906-7 (page D — 7), $102.09 ; parliamentary publications, $81.20. 

King's Printer's account, printing, binding, &c 

Teleg-ranis, .§305.36 ; telephones, .§54. 45 ; jxjstage, .5887.05 ; cartage, -$32 

Newspapers and magazines, .S214.95 ; streetcar fares, .?32.55 ; gratuities, 88 

Express and freight charges, -?8.84 ; electric motor rental, 1 y. to May 18, 1907, $6 

Washing towels, Mrs. M. A. Kelly, 9 m., $63 ; soap, towels, &c., $31 .07 ... 

Messenger service, $4.35 ; copies of patents, $15.78 . . 

Cab-hire at Ottawa : Hon. S. A. Fisher, $14.75 ; G. F. O'Halloran, $5 ; F. C. Chittick, $1.95 ; 

delegates to Farm, $18 . 75 

Travelling expenses: Hon. S. A. Fisher, $98 . 22 ; G. F. O'Halloran, $19; T. K. Doherty, 

$97.75 ; C. M. Goddard, $61.01. 



Archives. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page D — 4) 

Services examining historical rf cords ($1,780)— i 

Hannav, .Jas., Fre<Jericton, June 1, 1906-Mar. 31, 1907, 304 d. at $5 

Lesueur, W. D., Ottawa, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $65 

Travelling expenses (.§955.01) — 

Doughty, Dr. A. G., archivist, $318.20 ; to be refunded, $1 . 55 

Laidlaw, R., in eastern Ontario 

O'Leary, Rev. P. M., $544 .71 ; sundry disbursements, $13.20 

Copying documents, translating, &c. ($5,120.02) — 

Barbier, Rev. A. M., St. Gabriel, La., $787 ; Barnard, Miss A., St. Denis. $46.66 

Barry, Miss, 'Francoise,' Montreal, $50.09 ; Beaudry, Mrs. B., Quebec, $26.50 , 

Beer, Wm., New Orleans, La., $43 ; Bouchette, E., Ottawa, $135 , 

Decelle, A. D., Ottawa, $131.25 ; Drolet, Mrs. R. A., Quebec, .$113.32 

Dugal, Mgr. L. H., Quebec, $326.63 ; Evanturel, E., Quebec, $564 

Eraser, Miss M. A.', Quebec, $37.91 ; Gingra-s, A. E., Quebec, $126.36 , 

Grey, F. W., Ottawa, §3.24.65 ; Hamel, Miss P., Ottawa, $15 23 

Hecker, Mme E., Ottawa, $824.93 ; Jones, E. C, Washington, $75 

Kirk, Mi>s A. L., Fredericton, $54.60; Le.sueur, W. D., Ottawa, $71.88, less paid 1905-6 
(page D— 7), $.50 

Marquie, A.. Quebec, $2.32.14 ; Mathieu, Mgr., Quebec, $18.78 

Noel, Delle Z., Quebec, .$311.91 ; Pereira, Alvarez, Ottawa, $19.50 

Poiiier, M., Ottawa, $19.23 ; Rochette, Mme M. L., Ottawa, .$51.12 

Shortt. Prof. A. , Kingston 

Sirois, H., Quebec, $118.61 ; Stanton, Miss E. F., Arlington, M^iss., $99.18 

Wurtele, F; C., Quebec, .$84.29 ; sundry copying, &c. (3), $12.20 

Payments for books, documents, &c. ($2,.505.71) — 

Annual Review Pub. Co., Toronto, .$30 ; Appleton, R. Co., Ltd., New York, $96. . , 

Balch Bros., Boston, Mass., .$32 ; Beaudry, C, Ottawa, $15 

Belden, R..B. & Co., Guelph, $15 ; Britnell, John, Toronto, $48 

BuiTOws Bros. Co., Cleveland, O., $20 ; Cambridge Society of Canada, Montreal, $22.80. 

Dean & Son, London, Eng., $12.78 ; Doughty, Dr. A. G., Ottawa, $108 

Edwards, F., London, $101 . 14 ; Gagnon, P., Quebec, $437 .10 

Handy, L. C, Washington, .$25 ; Laurin, L., Gatineau Point, Que., $20 

Lowe Bros., Birmingham, Eng., $10.21 ; Maggs Bros., London, $365.96 

Milligan, Jos., Leeds, Eng., $26.79 ; Mitchell, J. B., Montreal, .$20 

Montreal News Co., .$17.50 ; Museum Book Store, London, .$37.27 

O'Brien, A. H., Ottawa, $167.15 ; Panoramic Camera Co., Toronto, .$15 

Phillimore& Co., London, Eng.. $132.74; Picken, Eben, Montreal, $101.77 

Pigeon, J. T., Ottawa, $15.25 ; Quebec News Co., .$41.50 

Rimell, Jas., & Son, $305.68 ; Sicotte, Judge L. W., Montreal, $51.53 

Smith, A. R., London, Eng., $18.37 ; Spittall, G. P., Ottawa, $15 ' 

Tiffany, ¥.. H., Alexandria, .$50 ; Toplev Studio, Ottawa, ."^12.50 

Toronto Public Library, $20 ; Wilson, H. W., Minneapolis, $10. 

Sundry payments under .$10 (47) 

Payments for newspapers and periodicals (23) 

Bourassa, Nap., Montreal, 4 show cases, 4 ft. each at $11 per foot . . 

Harris & Barry, Ottawa, simdry furniture 

Skinner, J., & Son, Ottawa : whisks, .$2.50 ; hair brushes, -$6 ; sundries, $2.50 

Stewart &• Co., Ottawa, 1 w. o. case and lining door 

Wilson, James. & Co., Ottawa, on account framing pictures for Archives building 

Cartage charges for removal to new Archives building : Curry, J. P., Ottawa, $315 ; Landry, 

T., Ottaw.i, $458. .50 

Customs charge.s, .$24.35 ; messenger service, .$5.40 ; cartage, $2.50 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 

10,292 77 

322 66 

671 82 

914 32 

183 89 

2,416 44 

1,278 86 

255 50 

14 84 

94 07 

20 13 

40 45 

275 98 



16,781 73 



8,129 46 

1,520 00 
200 00 

319 75 

77 35 

557 91 

833 66 
76 59 

178 00 
244 57 
890 63 
164 27 
339 88 
899 93 

76 48 
250 92 
331 41 

70 35 
270 05 
217 79 

96 49 

126 00 

47 00 

63 00 

42 80 

120 78 

538 24 

45 00 
376 17 

46 79 
54 77 

182 15 

234 51 

56 75 

:<57 21 

33 37 

62 50 

30 00 

88 67 

76 51 

176 00 

25 25 

11 00 

29 75 

206 58 

773 50 
32 25 



19,642 04 



D-8 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Arclilves — Concluded. 
Broup^ht forward 



Express charges : Canadian, $61 . 16 : Dominion, $8.71 

TeltRrams : C. P. Ry. Co., $7.83 ; G. N. W. Tel. Co., $13.20 

Tele|jliones : rent of phone, Dr. Doughty 's residence, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, $17.50; mes- 
sages, $73.10 

Petty cash expenditure: express charges, $7.40 ; 7 doz. towels, $9.90; cheese cloth, 97 yds. 
at 5c. ; cartage, freight, &c., $4.28 ; sundry supplie.s, $23.05 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, sundry books and stationery supplies 

King's Printer, Ottawa, printing, binding, &c 

Loyidon Office ($6,236.87). 
Copying, &c. — 

Allen, MissC, $298.56; Brigley, J. H., $45.10 

Corner, Mrs. K.. $.524.20, disbursed, $3.73 ; Dore, Miss M., $40i).31 

Fergu.son, Mrs E. J., $79.01 ; Misses Girdlestone & Trotman, $276.46 

Hart, Miss M., $486.70 ; Hendry, J. G., $48.67 ; Salmon, Miss M., $32.97 

Biggar, H. P., to Mar. '?7, 1906, 124 d. services at £1 per diem and expenses 

Capon, Philip, making j)acking cases for archives 

Hayatt, Hallett, photographing Treaty of Paris and other MSS 

McCorquodale & Co.: 6 reams Archives foolscap, $37.96 ; sundries, $2.71 

Sundry accounts under $10 — • 

Pitt & Scott, Ltd., $5.27 ; Stanley, W. F., & Co., Ltd., $4.68 

Edinburgh — ■ 

McLeod, John : transcribing re Red River Settlement, copyists at 35 shillings per week, 
2 for 31 weeks each, 1 for 13 weeks, 1 for 3 weeks; collating same, 117 h. at 2s. 6d 

$735.45; outlay, fees, $24.33; box, $3.65..' 

Paris — 

Victor Tantet : services and expenses, French records, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, $375 ; 

for copying, &c., $577. 

Detailed in 1905-6, page D-8 



Less— Refunds : M. O. Scott, $324; G. B. Harwood, $200; for manuscript, $1.52. 

Compiling Historical Data re Acadian Families. 

P. P. Gaudet, services, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 



Census and Statistics. 

Salaries at Ottawa. . (Page D — 4) 

A. Blue, statistician, travelling expenses, $20 ; refund to Provincial Census (Page D — 23) $10 

J. H. Gunn, asst. commissioner, Selkirk, Man., census 1901, in full of claim 

R. H. Montgomery, commissioner, Summerside, P.E.I., census 1901, in full of claim 

May, Geo., & ^ons, 1 kit bag for Mr. Blue '. . . 

Topley Studio, 5 framed enlargements 

Sundry small payments : Graves Bros., $5.10; McNeil, E. R., $7; Seaton. T. J., 75c.; 
Skinner, J., & Son, $2 

Telei^hones and telegrams — 

B;41 Telephone Co., 25c. ; C. P. Ry. Co.'s Teleg., $260.26 ; G. N. W. Teleg. Co., $2.15. 

Expre.ss charges and cai tage — 

Dominion Exp. Co., $7 ; A. D. Helmer, $1.50 ; M. Kealy, $72.50 ; J. W. Morgan, $6.25 

Washing towels, H. Mercier, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $5 

Petty cash expenditure, A. E. Powell 

Newspajjer subscriptions, $56.87 ; subscription to Bradstreet Agency, $50 

King's Printer, forms, &c _. 

Stationery Office : hor. bookcases with glass doors, 18 at $12.50 ; cornices, 9 at $3 ; bases, 9 
at $3 50 ; 1 No. 81 Remmington typewriter, $120 ; attachments, &c., $18 ; sundry sup- 
plies, $377.72. 

Parliamentary publications 

Payments to clerks of courts for returns of convictions for Criminal Statistics 

Less —Paid from Provincial Census, 1906 (Pi^ge D— 23) 



$ cts. 

19,642 04 

69 87 
21 03 

90 60 

50 02 

3,784 10 

630 99 



343 66 
937 24 

355 47 ■ 
568 34 
1,062 37 

19 77 
116 31 

40 67 

9 95 



763 43 



952 75 
l,0f6 91 



30,525 52 
525 52 



30,000 00 



900 00 



7,696 23 
30 00 
69 00 
14 70 
11 00 
82 50 

14 85 

262 66 

87 25 

45 00 

8 40 

106 87 

790 90 



799 22 

21 00 

2,256 19 

12,295 77 
14 70 

12,281 07 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-9 



Provincial Census, 1906. 

Summary. 



Manitoba — 

Brandon 

Dauphin 

Lisgar 

MacflonaM 

Marquette 

Portage la Prairie. 

Pro vend ler 

Selkirk 

Souris 

Winnipeg 



Saskatchewan — 

Assiniboia East. . 

Assiniboia We.st 

Humboldt 

Mackenzie 

Qu'Appelle 

Saskatchf>wan 

Saskatchewan North. 



Alberta — 

Alberta 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Strathcona 

Alberta North 

General expenses, including salaries at Ottawa, &c. 



(Page D-10) 

■ D— 10) 

, D-11 

, D— 11) 

, D-11) 

. D-12) 

, D-12) 

, D— 13) 

, D-13) 

, D-13) 



D- 14 
D— 15 
D— 16) 
D-17) 
D-17) 
D-18) 
D-19) 



D-19) 
D— 20) 
D— 21) 
D-21) 
D-22) 
D— 23) 



$ cts. 



2,323 48 
4,100 15 
1,790 99 
2.308 44 
2,720 57 
2,124 32 
2,507 28 
3,109 87 
2,490 89 
3,705 12 



5,700 46 
8,444 33 
7,003 39 
5,167 39 
5,940 03 
6,907 57 
1,249 84 



5,205 68 
4,72S 01 
5,772 31 
7,804 15 
2,098 80 
16,495 96 

109,894 03 



D-10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Provincial Census, 1906. 





Manitoba. 


Instruc- 
tion 


Recording 
Living 


Recording 

Farms 


Record- 
ing at $3 


For 
Expenses 


Total. 






Expenses. 


at 4c. 


at 12c. 


perd. 


Recording 






Brandon. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


% cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Subdistrict 


No. 1, .T. E. Green 


5 25 


42 28 


11 04 




10 00 


68 57 




2, W. H. Cory 


8 25 


50 00 


17 88 




20 00 


96 13 




.% Win. Collier 


8 50 


92 72 


20 70 




20 00 


141 98 




4, J. H. Cook 


5 50 


32 60 


17 76 




20 00 


75 86 




5, J. R. Davis 


12 75 


43 36 


19 20 




30 00 


105 31 




6, .John Milton 


12 40 


63 00 


27 60 




30 00 


133 00 




la, John Norsworthy. . 


13 00 


21 16 


13 20 




20 00 


67 36 




76, R. H. Best 


3 00 


14 76 


10 80 




10 00 


38 56 




8, C. J. Bell 


13 95 
9 75 


92 64 
49 68 


18 72 
13 20 




20 00 
20 00 


145 31 




9, R. E. McCaw 


92 63 




10, L. G. McLeod 


10 85 


55 04 


23 16 




20 00 


109 05 




11, J. C. Valens 


5 00 


58 08 


20 04 




20 00 


103 72 




12, D. R. Noble 


7 75 


28 72 


13 32 




20 00 


69 79 




13, G. E. Swallow 


7 35 


36 88 


15 36 




10 00 


69 59 




14, Clifton Watkins .... 


4 00 


55 64 


34 92 




20 00 


114 56 




15, J. R. Shanks 


10 20 


59 72 


26 88 




30 00 


126 80 




16, W. V. Stevenson... . 


17 40 


54 20 


25 56 




20 00 


117 16 




17, John Good 


15 65 
12 25 


35 60 
58 96 


21 12 
23 88 




20 00 
30 00 


92 37 




18, E. C. Fisher 


125 09 




19a, Walter Curtis 


3 00 


125 68 


1 44 






130 12 




196, Geo. Bawd en 

19c, A. M. Bailey 


3 00 
3 00 


73 90 
57 32 


024 






76 96 








60 56 




19rf, Walter Gray 

19e, ,. 


3 00 


72 16 
87 24 


12 

48 






75 28 








87 72 




Dauph in. 














Subdistrict 


No. 1, B. S. Lindal . ; 

2, Skuli Sigfusson 


34 15 

27 00 






64 50 


37 50 
20 00 


136 15 




26 72 


15 3() 


89 08 




3, Benj. Preston 


15 20 


33 56 


20 28 




40 00 


109 04 




4, F. R. Liindy 


18 20 


10 40 


6 48 




90 00 


125 08 




5, Helgi Einarson 

6, R. E. Broadfoot .... 


20 10 
9 00 






57 00 


57 00 
30 00 


134 10 




18 56 


12 60 


70 16 




7, Geo. Dennis 


14 60 


54 56 


23 16 




30 00 


122 32 




8, Robt. Allan 

9a, J. R. Suddaby 


14 00 
7 75 


33 56 

58 00 


22 20 
26 16 




20 00 
20 50 


89 76 






112 41 




9ft, Isaac Allan 


18 00 


24 00 


15 00 




20 00 


77 00 




10, Albert McLeod 


9 20 


42 20 


20 04 




45 00 


116 44 




11, Donald Ross 


33 00 


12 32 


12 




45 00 


90 44 




12, Jules Grymonpre 


9 82 


27 68 


13 56 




45 00 


96 06 




13, J. A. Fortune 


9 00 


44 24 


27 96 




39 90 


120 20 




14a, J. G. Chard 


6 00 


22 00 


29 88 




32 35 


90 23 




146, El-nest Moore 


3 00 


35 24 


22 32 




38 00 


98 56 




15a, Alph. DeCueniiick.. 


5 50 


35 60 


17 16 




20 00 


78 26 




156. Robt. Ramsay 


12 25 


8 56 


6 24 




20 00 


47 05 




16, Sam. Scott 

17, A.. E. Iredale. ... 


21 25 
8 00 






46 50 


45 35 
24 00 


113 10 




42 76 


33 48 


108 24 




18, Isaac Ashe 


13 46 

8 15 


46 96 
68 60 


30 36 
32 16 




20 00 
20 00 


110 78 




19, Robt. Avison 


128 91 




20, J. H. Dalglei.h 


6 25 


. 54 84 


20 76 




35 50 


117 35 




21, James Henderson . . . 


7 75 


65 40 


35 04 




31 50 


139 69 




22, Paul Wood 


4 50 
12 25 


52 40 
77 72 


23 56 
52 08 




25 00 
60 00 


110 40 




23, F. B. Lacey 


202 05 




24, Robt. Skaife 


15 00 


42 68 


26 16 




30 00 


113 84 




25, L. R. Ostrum 


17 20 


37 32 


28 80 




80 00 


163 32 




26, Geo. Sloane 


11 20 


31 36 


20 52 




50 00 


113 08 




27, J. W. Lockhart 


14 70 






111 00 


111 00 


236 70 




28, Wm. Flett 


21 75 






57 00 


57 00 


135 75 




29a and 6, C. H. Osborne 


17 50 


41 92 


33 GO 




85 00 


178 02 




.30, A. L. Sinclair 


17 20 


80 08 


57 00 ; 


55 00 


209 28 




31, T. C. Silverthom ... 

32, P. J. Beauehamp.. . . 

;!arried forward 


17 80 

8 00 






42 00 


42 60 


102 40 




66 84 




74 84 












( 






1 




6,483 63 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Provincial Census, 1906 —Continued. 



D-11 



Manitoba. 



Brought forward. 
Lis'iar. 



Subdistrict No. 1, H. P. Unsrer 

2, Gerhard Siemens. 

3, W. P. Jauzen . . . . 

4, Peter Braun 

5, J. A. Klassen,. . 

6, G. E. Mowbrav.. . 

7, G. W.Winkler... 

8, John Braun 

9, Robert Falconer. . 

10, J. D. Stubbing^ . 

11, H. G. Elliott 

12, Robert Botterell. . 

13, W. B. Hood . . . 

14, Henry Burke 

l.^>, J. S. Keating.. . . 
IG, James Fyfe 

17, Wm. Muni-o 

18, R. T. Robert.son. . 

v.), J. J. Nunn 

20, W. G. Duff 



Macdonald. 



Subdistrict No. 1, James Stocks 

,1 2, Walter Rutter 

II 3, Alex. McGallum . . 

II 4, Kenneth Peters . . . 

II 5, J. N. Lee 

11 6, Joseph liej'bourne . 

II 7, G. A. Anderson. .. 

II 8, T. B. Kitching . . . 

II 9, Moise Hogue 

II 10, Harold Henders. . . 

II 11, G. R. Sexsmith. . . . 

12, Alex. McCurdy . . . 

13, Benj. Taylor...... 

14, John Taylor 

15, P. W. Brown 

IG, T. K. Thvnne 

17, W. G. Tweddell... 

M 18, Wm. Livingston. . 

II 19, Alex. De Laronde . 

20, J. A. Fournier . . . . 



Marquette. 

Subdistrict No. 1, John Fallan 

2, H. C. Ross 

II 3, J. J. Snowdon . 

4, L. H. Head 

II 5, David Gerrand . 

II G, John Traquair. . 

7, G. H. Duff us.... 

8, David Watt 

9, Walter Varley.. 

10, John Underbill. 

11, Thos. McNeil.... 
„ 12, John McC^narrie. 
It 13, Arthur Haacke. . 
II 14, Murdoch Young. 

Carried forward. . . . , 



Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses 



$ cts. 



12 50 
G 00 
4 50 

14 00 
6 25 

12 00 
4 00 
G 50 
8 00 

8 00 
6 00 

17 00 
3 40 

9 50 
12 20 

15 00 
9 40 
8 25 

11 00 
24 45 



11 GO 

10 75 

17 20 
15 95 
15 35 

9 15 

11 45 
7 25 

11 95 
9 65 
5 75 

10 00 
4 00 
4 00 
9 00 

11 10 
30 15 

18 00 
13 70 
11 00 



8 00 

4 35 

5 25 
4 35 
7 70 

24 00 
4 35 

11 50 

9 35 
9 45 

4 a5 

3 .50 

12 00 
18 40 



Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 



$ cts. 



8G 40 

56 48 
54 .56 
G8 80 
92 60 
63 08 
77 68 
33 96 
70 84 
38 84 
29 04 
37 20 
26 04 
54 16 

23 76 
36 36 

24 00 

57 60 
19 64 
44 20 



73 04 
64 68 

50 84 
68 56 
54 64 
67 40 
61 20 
43 28 
63 96 

42 88 

51 52 
41 08 
96 84 
25 80 
32 24 
99 96 
37 40 
47 92 

43 48 
Gl 20 



65 20 
83 48 
54 72 
85 20 
67 88 
58 16 
56 20 
54 68 
63 76 
58 04 
44 64 

66 04 
47 92 
46 52 



Recording 
Farms 
at 12c. 



$ cts. 



23 7G 

15 72 
23 28 
25 80 

32 76 
17 28 

33 72 
14 88 

9 00 
19 80 

16 08 
19 80 

14 40 

15 36 
13 08 

17 40 
10 68 
23 76 
10 92 
10 32 



30 60 
27 60 
21 72 
26 28 

25 20 
24 84 
32 04 
37 OS 

26 16 
20 04 
20 76 

18 96 

19 32 

11 40 
14 16 
48 12 
16 68 
23 16 

12 96 
2 04 



43 20 
33 48 
29 76 
40 20 
29 52 

35 28 
29 52 
22 92 

24 60 
37 56 

25 20 

36 96 
20 04 
25 32 



Record 

ing at S3 

per d. 



$ cts. 



For 
Expenses 

while 
Recording 



$ cts. 



10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
15 00 
15 00 
10 00 
10 00 
5 00 
15 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 25 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
13 75 
10 00 
10 00 



20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
15 00 
27 50 
45 00 
30 00 
45 00 
30 00 
20 00 



22 50 
50 00 
40 00 
45 00 
35 00 



30 00 
30 00 
30 50 
30 00 
30 00 
45 00 
45 00 
30 00 
30 00 
45 00 
45 00 

33 00 
96 00 

34 00 



Total. 



S cts. 
6,483 63 



132 G6 

88 20 
92 34 

118 GO 

146 61 

107 36 

125 40 

65 34 

92 84 

81 64 

61 12 

94 00 

53 84 

89 27 
64 04 
88 76 
51 08 

103 36 
51 56 
88 97 



134 64 
123 03 
119 76 

130 79 
115 19 

131 39 
119 69 
115 11 
147 07 
102 57 

123 03 
100 04 
140 16 

41 20 

77 90 

209 18 

124 23 
134 08 
105 14 

74 24 



146 40 
151 31 
120 23 
159 75 
135 10 
162 44 
135 07 
119 10 
127 71 
150 05 
119 19 
139 50 
175 96 
124 24 



12,618 11 



D-12 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Provincial Census, 190G— Continued. 



Manitoba. 


Instruc- 
tion 


Recording 
Living 


Recording 
Farms 


Record - 
ngat$3 


For 

Expenses 
while 


Total. 




Expenses. 


at 4c. 


at 12c. 


per d. 


Recording 






$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Z cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 














12,618 11 


Marquette— C<mc\advd. 














Subdistrict No. 15, Freeman Rice 


10 00 


46 04 


25 32 




30 00 


111 36 




12 95 










12 95 


M 10, James Baldrow 


15 00 


43 92 


30 00 




00 00 


148 92 


„ 17, Thus. Tod 


12 95 
12 95 


41 68 
55 64 


15 36 
33 60 




20 00 
90 00 


89 99 


„ 18rt, Wm. Hembroff 


192 19 


186, J. A. McDonald.... 


12 95 


27 48 


20 64 




30 00 


91 07 


„ 19, Isaac Bolton 

Treaty Indians, Birtle Agency, G. H. 


3 00 


52 00 


1 20 






56 20 
















3 00 


33 48 


15 36 






51 84 


Portage la Prairie. 














Subdistrict No. 1, Fred. Axford 


26 85 


72 44 


33 24 




40 00 


172 53 


„ 2 and 0^, John Elmhurst 


11 20 


23 88 


10 80 




, 40 00 


85 88 


„ 2b, Jolin Smale 

„ 3 (ieo. (riant 


6 20 


44 44 


1 56 






52 20 


8 00 
10 45 

7 85 


32 20 
45 20 
25 20 


14 52 

20 40 

8 04 




15 00 
15 00 
10 00 


69 72 


„ 4 K B Gillies 


91 05 


5, R. J. Moffat 


51 09 


„ 6a, H. E. Hamilton.... 


5 35 


31 68 


16 80 




15 00 


68 83 


„ 7, Frank .A. very 


5 15 


43 00 


19 80 




15 00 


82 95 


„ 8, J. Murgatroyd 


4 70 


51 32 


28 80 




15 00 


99 82 


„ 'J, Eli Roberts 


8 00 


67 32 


36 96 




30 35 


142 63 • 


10, C. J. McKay 


12 00 


58 68 


24 60 




30 00 


125 28 


11, Wm. Fulton 


6 00 


21 68 


11 04 




20 00 


58 72 


12, J. C. Stewart 


7 95 


40 32 


15 24 




30 00 


93 51 


13, Robert Jacob 


7 50 


72 76 


24 00 




25 00 


129 26 


,1 14, Eraser Oyston 


9 50 


36 80 


17 40 




17 70 


81 40 


„ 15, John McGregor 


12 70 


38 84 


27 24 




20 00 


98 78 


16«, J. W. Drysdale 


15 25 


23 40 


19 20 




15 00 


72 85 


„ 166, J. A. Dempsey 


12 70 


39 84 


21 24 




15 00 


88 78 


17, Donald McRae .... 


5 60 


39 20 


22 56 




10 00 


77 36 


„ 18 T E Adams 


11 10 










11 10 


IS, J. J. Cooper 

19a, A. E. Ireland. . . . 

196, John Mills 

1, Indians 

Provcncher. 


3 50 


75 80 


3 24 






82 54- 


3 00 


98 20 


36 






101 56 


3 00 


101 20 


1 56 






105 76 


3 00 


72 92 


4 80 






80 72 














SuMistricf No. 1, Albert Payment 


10 80 


88 20 


28 92 




20 00 


147 92 


„ 2, Hugh Law 


8 75 


95 08 


24 60 




25 00 


153 43 




11 20 


84 72 


42 24 




30 00 


168 16 


., 4 & 5«, Theo. Wachna .. 


12 25 


120 OS 


44 04 




60 00 


236 37 




13 25 
10 50 
12 00 






69 00 

30 00 

1 


60 00 
50 00 
30 tjO 


142 25 


„ 6 Ernest Hebert . 






90 50 


„ 7, J. D. Moran 


29 80 


18 12 


89 92 


„ 8, Johan Braun 


6 80 


84 92 


35 04 


1 


30 00 


156 76 


9, L. H. Audet 


5 25 


66 00 


20 88 


i 


15 00 


107 13 


., 10, Thos. Beaubien 


8 35 


58 36 


27 96 




30 00 


124 67 


„ 11, J. L. Kastner . ... 


7 40 


75 72 


20 64 




20 00 


123 76 


12, D. H. McLean 


13 50 


57 48 


24 60 




30 00 


125 58 


13, Wm. Wallace 


6 00 


39 08 


15 96 




20 00 


81 04 


„ 14, Mederic Gendron 


7 50 


47 76 


22 44 




15 00 


92 70 


1. 15, Avila Desautels 


9 50 


60 56 


28 20 




15 00 


113 26 


M 10, Olivier Lambert 


10 00 


53 12 


28 20 


\ 


30 00 


121 32 


„ 17, Ives Carriere 


8 50 


35 6S 


11 04 




10 00 


65 22 


.1 18, Simon St. Germain . . 


11 25 


91 88 


33 36 





20 00 


156 49 


19a, C. H. Royal 

1, 196 T J Unkauf 


3 00 


133 84 








136 84 


3 00 


70 96 








73 96 












Carried forward 


1 1 .J 






18,004 23 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE D-13 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

ProTlnclal Census, 1906— Continued. 





Instruc- 


Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 


Recording 


Record- ^ ^'^^ 




Alanitoba. 


tion 
Expenses. 


Farms 
at 12c. 


ing at .S3 
per d. 


while 
Recording 


Total. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


•S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


•S cts. 


Brought forward 












18,004 23 


Selkirk. 














Subdii-trict No. 1, J. W. McKinley ... 


6 GO 


46 64 


22 44 




20 00 


95 08 


M 2, J. A. FishPi- 


12 00 

7 60 

10 75 


29 56 


16 20 




40 00 
75 40 
40 00 


97 76 


„ 3, J. H. Skeeles . 


72 00 


155 00 


4, C. C. Calverley 


74 08 


19 44 


144 27 


II 5, Chas Johnsc 11 


9 50 
6 SO 


88 56 
105 84 


32 64 
42 48 




19 30 
45 00 


150 00 


II 6, David Mi ri ison 




199 62 


7, W. D. Halliday 

,1 8, Thos. Paquette 


15 45 

4 80 






42 00 
63 00 


41 65 
61 GO 


99 10 






129 40 


M 9, Will. Scott 


9 00 

3 00 

25 05 


■■'25 48 




72 00 
63 00 


180 55 
49 00 
45 42 


261 55 


10, F. S. (iibbs 


828' 


115 00 


M llrt, G. Evjolfssoii 


104 23 




19 25 

12 00 

6 50 

12 00 


46 28 
85 24 
74 60 

47 88 


7 20 
36 12 
31 56 

27 48 




39 00 
59 00 
26 00 
28 00 


111 73 


12, A. G. Poison . . 
126, A. W. Zerun 




192 36 




138 66 


M 13, Stefan Dragan 




115 36 


II 14, Allen Bristow 


8 00 


57 40 


27 60 




20 00 


113 00 


1.5, Wni. McRae 


9 00 


26 72 


6 00 




25 00 


66 72 




8 80 
5 00 
5 20 
3 25 


16 % 

103 32 

42 96 

75 16 


9 84 
35 64 

96 
30 00 




25 00 
30 00 


60 60 


17, T. E. Hollow-ay 

II 18, .T. E. Turner 




173 96 




49 12 


19, J. H. Guiin 




10 00 


118 41 


II 20, E. C. McDonald . . . 


4 00 
9 00 


99 32 
11 80 


31 44 

1 68 




10 00 


144 76 


II 21. Kobt. Spence 




5 00 


27 48 


II 22a, P. H. Sutherland . 


5 00 
4 50 
3 00 


54 72 
51 76 
71 60 


12 






59 84 


II 221) F. B Richardson 






56 26 


Indians, Clandeboye, J. 0. Lewis 


5 64 






80 24 


5 00 


44 40 


96 






50 36 


Sauris. 








Subdistrict No. 1, J. P. McKibbin 


18 30 


67 16 


28 20 




32 50 


146 16 


2, John Sillers 


10 45 


53 40 


30 12 






30 00 


123 97 


3, Robt. Monteith 


9 00 


45 20 


23 16 






20 00 


97 36 


11 4, John Rigby 


16 75 


78 40 


15 24 






10 00 


120 39 


11 5, John Robertson 


13 20 


62 20 


13 56 






10 00 


98 96 


6, Andrew Cossar 


15 45 


26 44 


12 GO 






20 00 


74 49 


II 7, J. W. Thompson 


3 00 


32 48 


16 80 






30 00 


82 28 


8, Wm. Perrv 


3 00 


95 88 


31 92 






30 00 


160 80 


.1 9, J. A. Salisbury 


13 20 


84 92 


42 48 






45 00 


185 60 


10, F. H. Campbell 


17 10 


46 28 


28 92 






30 00 


122 30 


11, Geo. Minshull 


17 85 


83 81 


41 04 






45 00 


187 73 


12, J 0. Brown 


17 50 


56 68 


36 36 






30 00 


140 54 


13, H. L. McDougall .... 


5 75 


83 60 


27 48 






3H 00 


149 83 


.. 14, John Slu;ok 


8 CO 


75 68 


33 24 






30 00 


146 92 


,1 15, .Joseph McKee 


12 m 


68 12 


34 !<0 






30 00 


145 .52 


16, J. H. Putnam 


17 90 


61 80 


38 G4 






30 00 


148 34 


17, W. B. Axford 


18 (i5 


69 1:0 


33 12 






30 00 


150 97 


18, Alex. Fowler 


22 75 


47 68 


16 .56 






15 54 


102 53 


II 19, James Graham ... 


29 00 


38 00 


19 20 






20 00 


106 20 


Winnipcff. 














Subdistrict No. Irt, P. J. Wilson 

lb, G. A. Eakins 


3 00 


113 64 








116 64 


3 00 


125 CO 









12S 00 


2a, F. D. Diltz . 


3 00 
3 00 


66 4K 
107 76 








69 48 


26, J. C. Currie 






110 76 


2c, E. C. Da vies.. . . 


3 00 


171 3-2 






174 32 


2(/, G. A. MoLelland. .. 


3 00 


82 .'.2 


1 




85 52 


,1 3a C F Reid 


3 00 
3 00 


44 24 

162 88 


1 




47 24 


36, A. E. Shantz 






165 88 


Carried forward 








.... 






24,502 83 



D-U 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD Vli., A. 1908 
Provincial Census, 1906 — Contimoed. 





Manitoba. 


Instruc- 
tion 


Recording 
Living 
Persons 


Recording 
Farms 


Record- 
ing at $3 


For 

Expenses 
while 


Total. 






Expenses. 


at 4c. 


at 12c. 


per d. 


Recording 








$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
















24,. 502 83 




Wmnipcg— Concluded. 














Subdistrict No. 3c, C. S. Johanneson. . . 


3 00 


81 84 








84 84 


3 00 


71 40 








74 40 




3e, W. L. Mann 


3 00 


161 16 








164 16 




3/, V. C. Middleton .... 


3 00 


106 24 








109 24 




?.ff, H. G. Si>arling 

4(t, Guil. Chouinard. . . . 


3 00 


115 48 








118 48 


' 


3 00 


20 60 








23 60 




46 W. C. Germain 


3 00 


49 56 








52 56 


,,•: 




3 00 


67 96 








70 96 




4d, Colin Campbell 

4e, H. A. Norreys 

4/, G. A. Ful thorp 

4a, Thos. Glenwright. . . 
5a W. T. Mcintosh 


3 00 


98 92 








101 92 




3 00 


117 40 








120 40 




3 00 


160 01 








163 04 




3 00 


138 20 








141 20 




3 00 


133 04 








136 04 




5fc, S. R. Mighton 


3 00 


205 68 








208 68 




3 00 


141 52 








144 52 




5rf, W. t. D. Magwood. 
5c, J. W. A. Henderson 


3 00 


138 80 








141 80 




3 00 


165 28 








168 28 




5/, D. D. Kennedy 

6a, W. A. Lough 

66, Sam. Pearson 


3 00 


162 04 








165 04 




3 00 


220 20 








223 20 




3 00 


116 80 








119 80 






3 00 
3 00 


51 16 
45 60 








54 16 




Qd, Frank Whitehead . . 








48 60 




6e, C. H. Blanchard 


3 00 


36 88 








39 88 




7, W. R. Farmer 


3 00 


129 00 


48 






132 48 




Saskatchewan. 
















Assiniboia, East. 














Subdistrif't^' Nr> 1 V. TionV erhifi 




24 04 

30 08 


9 48 
16 08 




15 00 
15 22 


48 52 




2, R. H. Henderson 


15 15 


76 63 




3, G. R. Middleton.... 


15 75 


39 12 


25 92 




31 38 


112 17 




, 4, Eph. Mollraoyle 


9 75 


48 68 


31 32 




40 50 


130 26 




5, W. J. Gilmore 


6 50 


31 56 


17 52 




20 00 


75 58 




G, J. T. Yonng 


8 00 


22 96 


19 92 




20 00 


70 88 




t 7, W. G. AlacKenzie. . . 


13 95 


39 84 


13 32 




20 23 


87 34 




, 8, S. J. Hopper 


8 00 


29 24 


17 88 




26 00 


81 12 




9, F. 0. Karnagel 


8 00 


59 88 


54 00 




46 00 


167 88 




1 10, Jeremiah Coffey 


6 50 


40 48 


36 00 




40 00 


122 98 




1 1], J. D. Gratton 


17 CO 


43 04 


59 52 




40 25 


160 41 




12, J. W. Steele 


11 25 


37 56 


42 12 




30 00 


120 93 




13, Robt. Douglas 


13 85 


47 40 


53 40 




46 00 


160 65 




14, F. W. Bayles 


22 50 


36 20 


40 56 




20 33 


119 69 




. 15, F. J. Stent 


7 GO 
3 00 


36 72 
36 32 


26 28 
38 40 




20 29 
40 00 


90 89 




, 16, Harvey McNeil 


117 72 




17, W. M. Seller 


12 00 


45 00 


44 88 




40 00 


141 88 




, 18, Stephen McGuire... . 


24 50 


25 04 


24 00 




41 00 


114 54 




lit, F. U. Edwards 


26 50 


24 12 


22 08 




30 00 


102 70 




20, G. N. Syme 


17 55 


39 68 


43 68 




40 .50 


141 41 




21, W. M. F. Kay 


33 60 


33 56 


39 96 




30 25 


137 37 




, 22, .Tames Clarke 


6 00 


34 32 


24 48 




15 30 


80 10 




23, W. L. Carley 


8 00 


27 60 


15 84 




15 24 


66 68 




24a, T. K. Purdy 


3 00 


16 40 


9 72 




15 00 


44 12 




246, Donald McKay .... 


20 30 


17 28 


14 16 




20 00 


71 74 




, 2.5, Chas. Lyons 


34 35 


37 04 


29 16 




39 10 


139 65 




, 26, Myk'S Mc Arthur 


17 40 


42 44 


37 44 




41 00 


138 28 




27, Chas. Whitman 


20 60 


47 88 


17 88 




25 00 


111 36 




28, A. G. Hawkes . . . . 


15 50 


23 08 


15 72 




20 00 


74 30 




29, T. T. Hamill 

Carried forward. . 


16 85 


53 96 


28 92 




42 85 


142 58 














30,560 26 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Provincial Censns, 1906— Continued. 



D-15 



Saskatchewan. 



BroiiRht forward. 



Assinihoia, East — Cuncluded. 



Subdistricfc No. 30, W. Chase 

31, J. U. Carrie . . . 

32, H. Bayless 

33, Alfred Miller 

34, J. W. Brown 

3.5, Wni. Cosgrove . . . 

36, F. E. Goodwin . . . 

37, Axel Olson 

35, E. E. Kendrick... 
39f(, Stephen Toye . . . 
396, J. A. Coupal. . . . 
40n, W. Cosgrove . . . . 
406, Gwylym Lewis. . 
41. A. M. 'Webster... 

42a, S. S. Scott 

426, Ferd. Schneider. 

43, E. B. Trnscott... 

44, A. D. McLeod . 
4.5, P. E. Ross 

46, Arthur Nield 

47, A. L. Beamer. . . . 

48, E. D.Carney 

50rt, Thos. Cory 

506, Matthew Miller. 



Assinihoia West. 



Siibdistrict No. 1, Prndent Lapointe.. . 
2rt, W. P. Cumniing. . 

26, O. Olafson 

3a, Sam. Briggs 

36, H. S. Dillabrough. 

4, S. A. Hodgson 

5a, I. S. Wiens . . . . 
56, P. J. Tunk 

6, Donald Coons 

7, Robt. Dalgleish . . . 

8 Dan. Morrison 

9, W. O. Fowler 

10, F. S. God Ion ton..., 

11, Isaac Stirling 

12, Wm. Mutrie 

13, E. P. Johnson 

14, Geo. Huntley 

1.5, T. R. Bell 

ItJ, W. B. Robertson . . . 
17, James Wilkie 

15, W. O. Tessier 

10, Chri-!. Sutton 

20, G. H. McKague.... 

2ia, Ben. Carey 

216, J. E. Belh'umem .. 
22rt, W. P. McLachlan . 
226, J. J. Landreville... 
23a, E. E. Cudmore.... 

236, D. W. Hossie 

24a, R. E. Allcock... . 

246, Robt. Baird 

2oa., J. E. Hind 

256, J. W. Brunskill.... 



Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 



Carried forward. 



S cts. 



10 00 
32 25 

11 00 
34 00 
31 50 
41 00 
40 55 

43 20 
40 40 
39 92 
14 00 
22 00 
45 20 
49 35 

44 50 
31 75 

3 00 
3 00 

19 85 
8 00 
5 00 

10 00 



Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 



$ cts. 



9 85 



54 00 



19 50 
8 00 
6 00 

19 60 

20 70 
20 70 
19 60 
22 10 
24 00 
31 00 



25 50 
9 00 

3 00 
19 60 
19 60 
49 35 
56 20 

24 00 

47 50 

48 60 

25 00 
61 30 
16 80 
16 80 

6 00 
16 00 

4 00 

11 00 
9 00 

12 25 



44 08 
37 48 

33 76 
57 36 
39 48 

34 56 
27 56 
41 60 

46 68 
37 36 

47 68 

32 28 

25 88 

33 52 
31 40 
23 24 
13 32 

26 08 
19 64 
46 08 
21 16 
18 30 

8 20 
23 32 



Recording Record 



Farms 
at 12c. 



$ cts. 



20 04 
34 76 

67 88 



22 56 
57 20 



21 96 



29 16 

23 40 
14 04 

37 56 

30 96 
16 80 

16 92 

35 52 
29 28 
34 44 

38 04 

36 24 
25 20 

24 96 
19 08 

17 16 



12 



24 



3 00 

6 48 



9 24 

27 84 
40 44 



,;at.$ 
per d. 



S cts. 



72 00 
66 00 
45 00 
45 00 
60 00 



For 

Expenses 

while 
Recording 



9 00 
23 76 



10 68 



9 44 


8 04 


14 08 


21 72 


34 28 


59 76 


48 20 


45 96 


33 56 


51 12 


10 64 


7 08 


17 96 


12 84 


6 G4 


4 80 


46 84 


57 96 


20 92 


26 04 


43 12 


40 68 


24 24 


21 20 


42 84 


47 70 


39 08 


27 24 


63 96 


32 70 


32 64 


26 28 



99 00 
GO 00 



03 00 



99 00 
120 00 



% cts. 



55 60 
20 00 
20 00 
40 00 
34 25 
50 00 
55 00 
;50 00 
67 75 

50 00 

51 00 
20 00 
26 37 
30 25 
32 00 
23 35 

25 



24 

25 

5 00 

35 00 



77 25 
110 00 

75 00 
83 00 

100 00 
225 25 

97 35 
124 65 
166 60 
165 45 
100 00 
120 16 

90 00 
117 25 
104 00 
165 00 
200 45 
160 30 

00 00 
112 00 

90 00 

76 00 
170 00 

95 00 
82 50 
60 00 
60 00 
40 00 
40 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 50 



Total. 



$ cts. 
30,560 26 



138 84 

113 13 

78 80 

168 92 

136 19 

142 36 

146 03 

150 32 

184 11 

161 72 

150 72 

110 52 

122 65 

138 08 

126 98 

95 50 

16 57 

29 20 

39 49 

54 32 

26 40 

28 61 

16 20 

74 65 



203 25 
176 00 
139 50 
136 00 

106 00 
244 85 
147 33 

207 95 
294 52 
286 55 
184 00 
182 72 
170 96 
205 75 
145 64 
267 00 
340 05 
197 38 
145 15 
262 24 

208 16 
208 18 
236 32 
150 80 
155 24 
181 60 

123 76 
129 80 
101 44 

124 60 

107 32 

125 72 
101 67 



39,068 02 



D-16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Provincial Census, 1906 — Continued. 



Saskatchewan. 


Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 


Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 


Recording 
Farms 
at 12c. 


Record- 
ing at $3 
per d. 


For 

Expenses 

while 
Recording 


Total 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
39,068 02 


Assiniboia, TTest— Concluded. 

Subdistricc No. 26a, J. F. Nobles 

„ 266, N. A. McCannel.... 
1. 27«, J. R. Hicks 




17 50 

13 00 

18 00 
26 10 

14 00 

13 50 

14 00 

10 85 

12 00 
7 50 

11 75 
23 95 
26 50 

13 50 


65 00 
28 08 
.54 96 

33 64 
22 20 

25 96 
41 00 
21 40 

.11 16 

34 52 

26 84 
31 88 
37 20 
16 00 
13 56 
21 52 
15 84 

27 92 


23 04 

18 72 

20 16 
28 32 
11 52 

15 48 
13 68 

16 56 
5 88 

39 84 
23 16 
16 56 
32 28 
11 40 
15 12 
15 84 

19 08 

21 96 


"63 00' 


32 00 
30 00 
32 00 
20 vO 
12 50 
20 00 
25 00 
30 00 
30 00 
45 00 
47 75 
45 00 
30 00 
20 00 
20 00 
23 f 
20 60 
22 00 
105 00 


137 54 

89 80 
125 12 


276, H. Enteneier 

28a, Richard Hoyer 

,, 28'/, Joseph Crispin 

29a, G. E. James. . . 

„ 296 J L Ross 


108 06 
60 22 
74 94 
96 68 
78 81 


30a, Thos. Franks 

306, G. A. Logan 

,, 31a, Arnold Mallinson. . . 

316, Thos. Lucas 

M 32a, Herman Schwandt. . 

326, Joseph Harvey 

„ 33 I Thos. Brad well 


59 04 
120 86 
109 50 
117 39 
125 98 

60 90 
48 68 


336, Robt. Mollard, 

,, 34rt, John Zurowski . 

346, C. F. Krienke .... 


18 00 
25 00 
9 00 
18 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 


78 36 

80 52 

80 88 

186 00 


M 36a John Rutherford . . . 


109 00 
25 44 

115 56 
48 68 
71 36 
74 52 
54 12 
5 64 

63 08 
40 60 
81 24 
68 04 
27 28 

64 76 
58 12 
98 24 
48 08 
53 96 
37 36 
13 20 
78 32 




112 00 


.366,' F. H. May berry.. . 
36c, C. A. Smith 








28 44 








118 56 
51 68 


II 376, L. L. Kramer 

M 37c H A. Lott. 







4 00 


78 36 
77 52 


II 37d, Geo. Ross 








57 12 


II 38 Wm Gordon 


2 28 

34 44 
25 56 
113 52 
42 60 
25 80 
60 12 
56 52 
50 64 
27 72 
70 08 
44 16 
19 92 
79 92 


ii4 '66 

36 66 


10 00 

202 50 

115 00 

122 50 

90 00 

90 00 

120 00 

115 00 

9? 25 

45 00 

63 50 

90 63 

76 58 

93 00 

190 65 

70 00 

60 00 

90 00 

250 00 


17 92 


Humboldt. 

Subdistrict No. 1, J. Z. LaRoque 

2 M ... 


44 00 


344 02 
181 16 


3^ Saul Martin 

4, G. A. Scott 

,1 5, R. H. Black more 

,1 6, Ralph Lovatt 

7 Fred Hazell 


6 00 
3 00 

5 00 

16 00 
15 60 

17 00 

6 00 
11 00 
23 00 
26 50 

6 00 

20 80 

3 00 


323 26 
203 64 
148 08 
260 88 
245 24 


II 8, John Mawson 

9a, M. A. Grant 

91), John Allan .' . .. 

10, Win. Driver 

11, W. D. Orange 

1, 12, Sam Johnston 


259 13 
126 80 
198 54 
195 15 
13() 20 
257 24 
325 45 


14, W. L. McKenzie .... 

15, J. T. Richardson.. . 


42 68 


26 52 


142 20 
96 00 


16, 

17, R. Kepkey 




26 00 
6 00 


14 28 


7 80 


'i56'66' 


138 08 
406 00 


,, 18, Urbain Revoj' 






241 10 


19, Olaf Tonder 

„ 20, Raptiste Olivier 

„ 21, Alphonse Ancey. . 


"''24"66 
38 90 
11 00 
23 60 
11 20 

" " ' 9 85 

9 00 

18 00 


112 52 
74 48 
50 28 
47 32 
43 24 
81 72 
4 48 
54 68 
31 04 


79 32 
42 84 
41 16 
30 96 
35 76 
46 92 
1 56 
71 88 
17 28 




162 "6o' 


287 45 

213 00 

195 00 

76 00 

81 00 

81 00 

10 00 

80 00 

41 00 

137 50 


479 29 
354 32 
325 34 

165 28 


23, C. P. Lowrie 

24, Reg. Beattv 

24, F. \V. Smith 

25, W. E. Schell 

,, 26, James Teunant 

27, W. D. T. Jones 


183 60 
22il 84 

16 04 
216 41 

98 32 
257 50 










Carried forward 












48,000 01 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

ProTincial Census, 1906 — Continued. 



D-17 



Saskatchewan. 



Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 



$ cts 



Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 



cts. 



Recording Record - 
Farins ,ing at S3 
at 12c. per d. 



cts. $ cts. 



Brought forward 

Huviholdt —Concluded. 

Subdistrict No. 28, Angus McLeod. . 
M 29, TIenry Millisran.. 

30, W. Murison. 

31, M 



For 
E.xpenses 

while 
Recording 



Mackenzie. 

Subdistrict Xo. 1, G. H. E. Mapleton. . 

2, M, Matheson 

3, Angus McLeod 

4, Louis Scone 

5, J. A. Coupal 

0, W. N. Symington . . 

7, B. Olafson 

8, Xels. Frederickson . . 
SI, A. O. Fandrey 

10, A. P. Simpson . . . 

11, Wm. Reekie 

12, A. J. Funk 

12, Geo. Craig . 

13, G. E. Russell 

14, John Aasved 

15, Christian Hochu .... 

16, Robt. Buchanan ... 

17, Thos. Campbell 

18, Rev. C. Wynne-Jones 

19, Chas. Woodhead .... 

20, Edw. Field 

21, J. S. Malcolm 

22, M. S. bimmick 

2;i, Geo. Kelbaugh 

24, F. W. Kiddle 

2.0, Joseph Henry 

26, E. C. Clark 

27, J. M. Madison 

28, W. L. MacKenzie... 

29, Spencer Field 

30, P. B. Field 

31-34, E. H. Devline .... 

35, Thos. McCloy ... 

36, John Se.xsmith 

37, G. H. P. Hall ... 

38, Fred Fischer 



Qu Appelle. 



Subdistrict No. 



A. C. Johnston. 



1, 
2, 

3, C. R. P. Boakes. . . 

4, Hugh Davidson.. . 

5, Prudent Lapointe. 

6, T. M. Boyce ... . 

7, A. F. Brown 

8, Hugh Davidson. . 

9, F. A. Hunter 

10a, P. J. Murphy . . . . 
106, W.J. Wallace.... 
11, J. J. Kehoe 



Carried forward. 



18 00 
9 00 



40 75 

13 00 
10 00 

3 OO 
15 00 
21 25 

3 00 
10 75 

14 00 

13 00 

14 00 
50 

32 25 



3 00 
11 00 
83 00 

5 00 

3 00 
8 00 

45 00 

4 50 
3 00 

15 00 
34 00 

29 00 

30 75 
19 00 

7 25 



21 75 
21 20 
20 00 
18 00 
9 50 



8 45 
18 80 
17 50 



12 25 

29 05 

5 75 

15 65 

11 95 

12 75 

13 35 



40 80 

13 28 

7 36 



33 72 
42 44 

27 20 

31 76 

36 60 
35 (.4 
15 52 
39 48 

32 56 

37 96 

34 96 
41 72 



28 56 
24 
24 



24 36 

32 52 
19 m 
21 00 

33 72 

19 44 
15 24 
27 36 

20 28 

23 28 

24 12 
35 16 



76 80 
44 48 
40 04 
65 32 
46 68 
30 20 
29 32 
19 24 

16 40 
40 32 
40 12 

24 28 

25 40 
97 12 
37 76 

17 84 



40 32 

34 32 
22 92 

35 88 

28 56 

19 56 

29 04 
25 56 
14 88 

36 12 
40 56 

20 28 
4 32 

13 32 
46 32 
10 20 



108 00 



54 52 
24 08 



73 04 
25 88 
31 04 
23 36 



53 32 

48 00 
56 48 
39 40 
35 64 
53 76 



5 16 



29 04 

26 76 
29 76 
25 32 



13 68 
43 80 

54 24 

55 20 
27 36 
29 28 
47 28 



72 00 
10.^ 00 

96 00 
102 00 

48 



30 00 



92 80 

12{i 00 

10 00 

10 00 



80 25 

50 33 

20 00 
26 00 
(i3 25 
100 75 
1.5! » 24 
30 90 
20 30 

51 50 
87 66 
41 00 



85 00 
15 50 
15 80 
39 00 

106 82 
83 00 
39 00 
49 50 
30 00 
9 00 
30 00 
22 50 
6s 05 

124 00 
80 00 
60 00 



72 00 

77 75 

155 55 

122 85 



30 35 
30 35 
50 00 
.55 CO 
54 60 
60 00 
45 00 
50 00 
40 00 
29 00 
20 00 
40 00 



Total. 


S cts. 


48,000 01 


218 80* 


198 36 


23 52 


17 60 


179 08 



13» 29 

76 .^8 

81 76 

148 57 

177 08 

l!i3 00 

108 49 

87 14 

125 74 

160 74 

lis 3S 

.S2 25 

202 12 
97 30 
89 76 

223 20 
187 06 
135 76 
105 36 
139 30 
65 78 
169 44 

125 <i8 
101 '16 

126 77 
265 19 
183 08 

95 29 
250 00 
165 75 

203 95 
271 55* 
242 85* 

64 50 
29 24 



132 43 

91 44 

129 60 

121 18 

84 60 

94 81 

171 17 

157 99 

167 33 

107 71 

97 67 

154 39 



55,136 00 



^Includes payments made in 1905-6 (page D — 9) 

1— 2d 



See statement at end of details. 



D-18 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1901 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
Provincial Census, 1906 — Continued. 



Saskatchewan. 



Brought forward 

Qu^ Appclle — Conclu d ed . 



Snbdist 



ict No. 12, 
13 
14, 
15, 
16, 
17, 
18, 
IS), 
20, 
21, 
22, 
22, 
23, 
24, 
25, 
2G, 
27, 
28, 
2S), 
30, 
31, 
32, 
33, 
34, 

I 35, 

36, 
37, 
38, 
39, 
40, 
41, 
42. 
42, 
43, 
44; 
45, 
45, 



G. W. Sibbald . . , 



Lachlan MacLean. 

James Smith 

Thomas Murray. . . 

Ernest Rovle 

W. B. Robertson . 



Norman McNeil. . . 

.T. E. Curry 

Robt. Ashby 

N. B. Pollock.. .. 
W. G. Robinson. . 

C. Caron . . 

W. G. Kitchen, jr. 
A. L. Goodman . . . 
J. R. English. ... 

J. F. Davis 

A. J. McPhail . . 
A. J. Quiglev.. . . 

D. S. Williams.... 
Christian Loreu/, 
Alex. McBride . . . 

Frank Ame.s 

Alex. McKinnon.. 
Ernest Royle 

F. A. Davis 

G. A. Gesell 

Sam. Jolly 

Sam. Martin 

T. G. Morrison 

J. A. Coupal. . . . . 

Wni. Gordon 

A. G. Miles 

Wm. Gordon 

W. S. Grant 

Wm. Gordon 



Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 



Siislntchcicav. 



Subdistrict No. 1, C. L. Hutcheon 

2, T. N. Henderson . . . 
M 3, J. H. Harrison . . . . 

4, T. H. Connell 

II 5, Louis Fuchs 

6, Wendell Gillen . . . . 

,1 7, W. A. Murphy 

II So, A. H. Savers 

8'., Walter Tibbs ... . 

,1 0, A. J. Greensill 

10, D. W. Cline 

II 11, Sam. Cotton 

12, F. M. Hicks 

l:i, K. D. Dvck 

14, Tobias Unruh 

,t 1-5, P. A. Deroche . . . . 

Ifi, H. J. M. Gloeckles. 

„ 17, G. K. Hamm 

18, D. W. Cline 

19, Ch. Brostrom 



Carried forward. 



S cts. 



Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 



$ cts. 



8 65 



11 35 
9 50 
4 20 

36 00 

14 90 

16 70 

15 50 
21 85 

19 40 

20 75 

12 80 
20 40 
33 70 

17 10 

18 75 



12 00 
5 70 
15 40 
15 95 
48 00 
8 45 
17 80 
33 00 



50 00 
3 50 



6 10 



7 75 

17 50 
42 25 

18 00 

19 00 
14 00 
56 50 

7 55 

13 75 
12 30 
23 15 
28 50 
12 00 

5 65 
11 20 

14 15 



5 70 
"1506" 



33 72 
83 40 
43 60 
74 28 
38 12 
21 40 

6 56 
50 70 
46 20 

52 76 
4 40 

26 12 
43 64 
40 24 
40 76 

34 68 
45 96 

59 72 
66 60 
58 28 
54 32 

53 60 
58 80 

54 44 
63 44 
37 16 
36 16 
56 20 
54 12 
56 16 

60 04 
56 96 

7 32 

61 80 
10 96 

7 12 

8 24 



56 56 
88 40 
59 00 
11 84 

57 12 
21 76 
30 04 
18 92 



Recording] Record- 



Farms 
at 12c. 



ing at $3 
per d. 



$ cts. 



37 20 
40 44 

50 32 

47 24 
77 96 

56 88 

48 48 

51 92 

57 12 
4 12 

19 08 



26 04 
34 92 

37 32 
45 24 
40 44 

32 40 
8 ()4 

3D 48 

31 56 
26 76 

4 20 

29 04 

38 76 

30 72 
45 96 
40 08 
5C 40 
30 24 
19 20 
24 60 

42 12 

33 12 
12 48 

32 28 

43 56 
37 80 
17 40 
2.S 44 
23 28 

44 04 
21 64 
48 48 

2 52 



4 68 
2 76 
4 56 



38 88 
57 12 
75 84 

9 60 
16 44 

fj 24 
49 80 
19 32 



31 44 

38 40 
30 00 
20 88 
35 28 
25 56 
16 ,56 
27 84 
50 52 
2 40 
10 32 



$ cts. 



For 

Expenses 

while 
Recording 



72 00 



S cts. 



30 40 
30 40 
45 00 
43 75 
50 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
5 00 

39 20 
35 25 
47 22 

40 00 
40 00 
40 28 
20 00 

20 00 
30 00 
35 00 
30 00 

21 23 
40 00 
33 00 
30 24 
30 50 
45 00 
30 28 

115 50 

45 00 

58 00 

5 00 



18 31 

8 50 

10 00 



35 00 

62 50 

80 00 
105 00 
150 00 
150 00 
100 00 

52 00 

81 50 
80 00 
70 00 
68 00 
31 90 
30 00 
65 00 
70 00 
G2 50 

113 85 
50 00 
30 00 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Provincial Census, \90Q— Continued. 



D-19 



Saskatchewan. 



Brought forward 

Saskatchewan — Concluderl. 

Suhdistiict No. 20, F. W. Peters 

21, A. IvI. Lenglet 

22, Odilon St. Denis 

23, F. A. McLeod 

24, Henry Hubert 

M 25, Robert Sterling .... 

ir 26a, Thos. Duhaiuie 

•\ 26Z', Donald Finlaysoii. . . 

•I 27, A. M. Black 

II 28a, Peter Villebrim 

if 286, Odilon St. Denis . . . . 
I. 29, Geo. Dubrav 

30, C. A. I. Bowen 

31, E. W. Early 

32, Rev. C. Boulene 

II 33, S. S. Simpson 

34, D. C. McLellan 

34, H. H. Smith 

M 35, B. W. Wright 

II 36, Allan Bowerman 

II 37, James McArthur . . . 

.. 37-41, Wm. Sibhald 

38 k 42, T. A. Borthwick. 
Indians W. J. Chisholm 

Saskatcheivun, North. 



Subdistrict No. 1, James Flett 

II 2, Alex. McBeth, jun.. 



Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 



Subdistrict No. 



Al.BERTA. 

Alherta. 



1, W. H. Brown 

2, H. A. Donavan 

3a, H. A. Donavan.. . . 

•ih, W. H. Brown 

4, E. N. Barker 

», Frank Leavitt 

G, Sam. Webster 

7, Alfred Pelletier 

8, Fred. McKenzie. . . . 

9, H. A. McGlenning. 
10, Geo. McFarquhar.. . 
11a, Clark Kimball . . . . 
116, C. D. Fox 

12, H. Ostlund 

13, Clarence Lowther.. 

14, W. F. Ru.ssell . . . 

15, Brown Pipes 

16, John Brodie 

17, G. A. Barker 

18, J. M. Bratton 

19, Geo. Tollington 

20a, T. M. Murray 

21, W. A. Flack 



S cts. 



Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 



Carried forward. 



15 20 
13 55 
12 50 
00 
11 45 
m 00 
30 00 
IS 00 
15 00 



111 23 

V2 00 



10 10 



3 00 
3 00 
1 50 

7 20 

3 00 

IG 95 



6 00 



19 60 
19 10 



19 10 
23 00 
28 10 
12 40 

12 40 
16 10 

4 80 

14 70 

15 70 
14 90 

3 00 
8 50 
3 00 
3 00 
6 75 

5 00 
14 00 

13 50 
11 30 



57 72 
15 52 
26 80 

39 32 
18 96 

40 16 
22 04 
60 44 
40 08 



6 32 

47 40 



37 36 
44 08 
76 12 

36 72 
121 24 

39 32 

37 40 
29 56 



Recording 
Farms 
at 12c. 



Recoid- 

ing ae 83 

per d. 



For 

Expenses 

while 
Recording 



8 cts. \ S cts. 



•S cts 



45 84 
9 24 

13 56 

14 52 
8 76 

35 16 

15 72 
23 76 
48 00 



4 32 
59 76 



72 



4 00 
6 28 
46 48 
36 28 
35 44 
15 24 
40 04 
58 60 
18 04 
20 08 
11 20 
63 72 
26 92 
3 40 



33 68 
64 60 
24 48 
13 12 
121 56 



5 88 

4 08 

14 76 



2 40 
1 68 
11 76 
24 48 
32 40 
13 08 
20 76 
32 04 
15 36 

20 04 
27 72 

21 84 
18 24 

4 68 



85 00 
50 00 
25 18 
25 00 

103 80 
60 00 
80 00 
40 CO 

109 70 



165 00 
150 00 



15 00 



319 80 

245 30 

165 00 

84 18 

25 00 



14 25 



63 00 I . 



27 50 
42 00 
37 50 



246 00 



45 00 



33 00 
65 88 
17 64 
13 92 
4 08 



2 00 
4 00 



108 00 



403 20 



120 30 

100 35 
35 80 
38 00 
35 00 
25 35 
61 21 
40 31 
32 50 
30 00 
27 50 
27 50 
13 00 
45 25 
60 25 
74 68 

102 35 
53 65 
57 50 
40 00 
20 40 
.S2 03 

129 20 



Total. 



* Includes payments made in 1905-6 (page D — 9). 
1-2JD 



See statement at end of details. 



S cts. 
62,851 75 



203 76 

88 31 
78 04 
84 84 

142 97 
151 32 
147 76 
142 20 
272 78 

200 00 
596 03 

•407 .30 
175 64 

201 44 
40 00 
40 36 
47 08 
77 62 
58 89 

124 24 

89 65 
83 48 
98 82 
75 00 



*594 64 
*655 20 



184 90 
125 85 
43 76 
96 24 
114 86 
316 19 
117 63 

113 51 
1.35 54 

79 50 
72 42 
81 12 

114 26 
105 31 

71 33 
155 18 
159 35 
123 33 
194 73 
87 12 
01 44 
171 17 
248 50 



70,5C2 36 



D-20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 
ProTinclal Census, 1906 — Continued. 



Alberta. 


Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 


Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 


Recording 
Farms 
at 12c. 


Record- 
ing at .S3 
per d. 


For 
Expenses 

while 
Recording 


Total. 




% cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


•S cts. 
70,502 36 


AUjerta—Com:\ud>-d. 

Siibdistrict No. 22, A. C. Watson 

23, R. E. a-loffatt 

„ 24, Edwin Rohertscn 

.. 25, a. B. Hall 


10 75 
9 50 

11 50 
19 00 

14 35 
13 85 

12 00 

15 O^J 

12 00 
15 00 

306' 

17 80 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 

"306 

42 00 

13 75 

18 00 

19 45 
15 95 

9 45 

6 00 

7 00 
13 75 

3 50 
3 00 


30 12 
87 16 
34 56 
37 V^-:< 

53 iG 

54 52 


24 00 
65 76 
22 SO 
50 40 
63 60 
33 12 


"66 00 
"7200' 

"72 06 


50 00 
45 00 
60 00 
CO 00 
45 30 
32 50 
66 .50 

102 25 
72 30 
75 49 

125 52 
72 60 


114 87 
207 42 

12s 86 
167 08 


,1 20, A. C. Brown 

., 27. J. C. ^Varren 

■1 ''8 Edw Clark 


176 41 
133 \)\) 
144 50 


29, G. H. Smibert 

It 30, Geo. Murray 

31, W. E. Martin 

32, Darius Allen 

33, J. T. Bell 

II 34 .7 A Hammer 


43 16 

""'f;6'7f> 
8 04 

""40 OS 
93 00 
24 92 
45 76 
5!) 68 
60 76 
49 12 
22 96 


26 52 

""25 80 

7 56 

'" 2'i6' 


186 93 
1.56 .SO 
183 05 
141 12 
147 60 
60 04 






96 00 


II 356, Fred. Kenny . ... 
II 3*; Eth Silvester.. 






4 00 


31 92 
48 76 








4 27 


66 95 




i'so 




63 76 


3S, R. N. Wilson 

11 39, J. H. Gooderham.. . . 

Calijary. 

Subdi.strict No. ], Fergus Kennedy 

„ 2 John Clark, jr. 


21 00 

75 00 

165 66' 


75 00 
25 GO 

21 28 
86 25 
90 00 
40 29 
135 00 
40 00 

21 62 

22 95 
105 00 

98 45 
30 28 


124 12 
52 76 

84 28 






175 00 


„ 3, J. J. Maloney 

4, J. W. ShorD 


46 44 
50 80 
25 K) 
78 12 
10 96 
19 64 


5-^ 20 
53 40 
24 6(:i 
37 20 
16 44 
14 40 


212 (;4 
163 91 
200 71 


„ 6, F. J. Gough 


164 77 


II 7", Joseph Sheepy 

,1 7/', F. L. Morehouse 

II 8 F G C Mortimer. 


64 02 

()3 99 

223 75 


1, 9, A. M. Parken 

II 10, .Tames Thurber 

II 11«, R. J. McXamee . 


147 04 

26 48 


34 92 

17 52 


283 91 

77 28 
50 00 


„ lib, Oliver Ellis 


8 00 
13 65 

9 50 
42 

20 t)2 

5 85 
8 75 

6 00 
3 00 


4 84 
44 44 
35 76 
15 ^0 
27 L'4 
48 24 
57 84 
38 00 


5 40 

2i 

■"'2i'72 
33 48 
46 56 
43 44 

25 68 




- ". 

" 45 06 
84 00 

"3000' 
51 00 


16 05 
35 80 
32 35 
30 00 
50 00 

• 45 00 
90 22 
90 m 
45 10 

140 00 
75 (iO 
40 54 
50 25 

50 40 
30 <iO 
42 55 

51 30 
1 94 

76 

1 43 
1 65 
35 

55 00 
15 00 
25 00 


34 29 


M 12, Sam. Stiitan 

i:^, \V. E. Ward 

II 14'/, Wm. McTavisli 

II 146, E. V. Thomson 

II 15. Thos. Fletcher 

IG, A. D. MoCannel 

17, G. T. Van Wart 

18a, F. H. Mayhood . . . 


94 13 
77 61 
67 94 

131 34 

145 65 
■ 200 25 

159 68 
93 10 

224 0.» 


19, A. Archibald 

2', G. P. Dake 

21, E. L. 'J^'ne^ 


11 70 
11 .0 

11 25 

12 75 

13 45 
12 30 

5 00 
3 00 
3 50 

'" 3'66" 
9 20 

6 75 
3 00 

21 40 


47 20 

55 80 
79 80 
88 24 
55 88 


22 50 
38 28 
5(; 88 
31 44 
33 36 


1.57 06 
146 32 
l!i8 18 


22, Alex. McNaughton.. 

23, H. A. Sauiis 

24, Wm. Niddrie 


162 83 

1?-' 69 

84 85 


2.5, Wm. Rae 


"144 00 

111 24 

113 88 

108 08 

40 72 

33 52 

9 28 

27 48 




107 30 
148 94 


266, R. V. Gibbons 

M 2()c, C B. Munro.- .. 




115 50 
115 31 


2U, J. H. Parr 

27, S. J. Dunlop 

28, F. E. Sibbald 

29, A. -T. McNeill 

30, T. J. Fleetham 


""" 4'80 '.'.'.'..'.'.'. 

2 40 

12 


112 73 
50 27 

100 07 
29 68 
74 00 


Carried forward 












77,662 81 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Provincial Census, 190G — Continued. 



D-21 







Instruc- 


Recording 

Living 

Persons 

at 4c. 


Recording 


Record- 


For 
Expenses 

while 
Recording 






Albe«tar 


tion 
Expenses. 


Farms 
at 12c. 


ing at $3 
per d. 

$ cts. 


Total. 






S cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 




Brought forward 












77,662 81 




Edmonton. 














Subdistrict No. 1, R. M. Somerset 


28 40 


9 GO 


12 84 




129 61 


180 45 




2, Rev. C. Bouletne 


42 00 






45 00 


69 00 


15G 00 




3, James Brady 


30 00 






75 00 


123 00 


228 ijO 




4, £d. Brosseau, jr 


32 05 


3G 00 


15 48 




85 00 


168 53 




5, Harry Lynn 


18 10 


77 48 


51 60 




153 00 


300 18 




6, E. A. Busch 


42 00 


60 76 


39 84 




99 30 


241 90 




7, Wm. Hoenreliak 


16 00 


58 24 


35 52 


... 


35 00 


144 76 




8, Peter Erasmus 

9, L'rbaiu Verreau ... . 
10, F. .T. Henrv 


72 00 

6 00 

38 45 

28 00 






78 00 
168 00 




94 00 

393 00 

60 00 

35 00 


244 00 








567 00 




36 12 
66 60 


24 84 
38 76 


159 41 




11, Tho. Nemirsky 


168 9(5 




12, p:iiBodnaruk 


9 30 


60 80 


39 12 




40 00 


149 22 




13-28, John McCartney 


14 00 


54 80 


18 72 




12 iO 


100 02 




14, John Hare 


11 25 


40 84 


21 96 




22 50 


96 55 




15, R. J. Torrie 


17 60 

9 00 

12 CO 


60 84 
23 48 
29 44 


33 60 
17 28 
25 32 




76 50 
22 50 
92 00 


188 54 




16, Alph. Lamoureux 

17, S. Soucv 


72 26 


1 




158 76 




18, A. E. Putnam 


4 50 


44 12 


29 16 




39 75 


117 53 




19, John Harrold, jr. . . . 


5 00 


55 48 


26 88 




20 00 


1(17 3t) 




20, J. E. Gilbeault 




34 52 


17 04 




45 50 


97 0() 


« 


21. Geo. Sutherland 


i2 66 


51 6.S 


37 80 




31 50 


132 98 


1, 


22, Alfred Arcand 


3 00 


39 80 


15 96 




15 00 


73 76 


II 


23, Michael Hogan 


7 00 


37 88 


32 64 




143 00 


220 52 


, 


24, Alf. Lamoiii'eux 


1 50 


24 16 


4 80 




115 00 


145 46 




25, Herman Reinitz 


13 00 


50 04 


27 84 




143 00 


2,33 88 




26'/, Geo. Buhner 


12 00 






156 00 


260 00 


428 00 




26<% X. D. Steele 

27a, John McLennan.. . 


12 00 
3 00 






105 00 


113 00 
16 00 


230 00 




170 32 




189 32 


, 


276, F. S. Green 

27c, J. A. Le.-isard.. .... 

27d, J. B. Walker 

29, Lucien Boudreau 

30-34, James Gibbons 


3 00 
3 00 

3 00 
8 50 
G 50 


95 36 

117 20 

62 56 

21 72 
27 28 








98 30 


, 








120 20 


, 








65 56 


1 








30 22 


, 


1 80 




32 50 


68 OS 




35, J. Batty 




12 00 


5 88 




20 00 


37 88 


II 


30, „ 

39, 




7 52 
11 36 






10 00 
19 00 


17 52 




3 72 




34 08 




Strathcona. 














Subdi>t 


rict No. 1, G. S. Wilson 

2't, N. Kilburn 


3 00 

21 95 






72 00 


150 00 


225 00 




14 00 


10 08 


46 (.3 




2>,. M. A. Harpell 


24 4.j 


27 40 


45 48 




105 0!) 


202 33 




3, H.trry Bowtell .... 


12 00 


42 16 


15 .36 




105 00 


174 .52 




4, D. B. McLc^an 


19 00 


27 76 


43 92 




105 iiO 


195 68 




5, W. L. Sharpe 


25 30 


44 20 


44 88 




112 00 


226 38 




II 6, Murray Gib>on 


4 50 


22 68 


37 92 




136 00 


201 10 




•1 7, David Christie 


6 00 


19 48 


23 88 




90 00 


139 36 




8, Thos. Pinnell. .• 


5 70 


21 OS 


28 92 




115 00 


170 70 




11 9, E. A. Hargraves 


8 00 


38 92 


55 32 




179 00 


281 24 




10, J. M. )3ickell 


20 10 


57 08 


66 84 




60 00 


204 02 




11, A. W. Coxford .... 


16 00 


87 68 


51 36 




105 40 


260 44 




12, Wm. Campbell 


31 20 


73 88 


56 52 




86 25 


247 85 




13, K. H. Rollag 


10 00 


99 88 


63 84 




77 75 


2.51 47 




14, J. A. Brown 


22 75 


96 00 


63 36 




75 00 


257 11 




15, Thos . Baird 


27 00 


93 64 


109 20 




148 00 


377 84 




16, W. R. Charley 


IG 75 


27 48 


30 84 




37 63 


112 70 




16ft, Thos. Pin 1 ell 

1 166, Murray Gibson 




27 48 
19 84 


30 24 

21 96 




92 40 
40 00 


150 12 






81 80 


- 


17, G. A.Wells.' 

Carried f<.)rward 


21 70 


62 48 


57 72 




51 00 


192 90 








1 




'87,433 71 



D-22 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Provincial Census, 1906 — Continued. 



Alberta. 


Instruc- 
tion 
Expenses. 


Recording 

Living 

Persona 

at 4c. 


Recording 
Farms 
at 12c. 


Record- 
ing at $3 
per d. 


For 
Expense.s 

while 
Recording 


Total. 


Broupfbt forward 


S cts. 


§ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


S eta. 
87,433 71 


Slrathcona— Concluded. 
Subdistrict No. 18, L. 0. Olstad 


9 70 
5 70 
3 00 

3 50 
5 50 

4 00 
12 15 

9 25 
4 05 


57 76 

23 92 
35 08 
42 40 
34 16 
47 08 

40 12 

41 32 

59 04 
25 60 

24 52 

42 16 

60 04 
32 68 
34 76 
21 56 
34 08 
54 04 
51 68 
31 80 

43 60 
76 64 
12 24 
31 04 
31 84 
16 76 

61 20 


36 60 
16 32 
21 00 

41 40 
16 44 

23 04 
20 76 
15 48 
33 00 

12 12 
14 52 
35 04 

42 24 

24 36 
24 48 
26 83 

37 56 
41 04 
33 84 

20 28 
29 76 

43 80 

13 56 
32 04 

21 60 
13 32 
67 68 




"'9906" 
42 00 


30 00 

25 00 
30 00 
65 00 
12 50 
20 00 
15 53 
23 00 
30 29 
10 00 
10 00 
27 87 
45 25 
30 37 
20 55 
20 00 
20 00 
30 35 
30 00 
22 50 
42 50 
75 00 
65 00 
80 00 
40 00 
20 00 
65 00 
182 00 
56 00 
25 


1.34 06 


II lOr;, Caisten Otteson 

M 196, Louis Hanna 

1, 20, \Vm. L.ang 


70 94 

89 08 

1.52 30 


II ' 21, Aug. Schatz 

22, Ralph Weir 


68 60 
94 72 


23, J. O.Wood 

24, E/.ra O'Neill 

25, Frad. Blades 

■1 2G«, F. H. Conroy 


88 56 

89 05 
126 38 

47 72 


2G6, C. Schant 

11 27, Henry Krefting 

11 28, A. W. Lawson 

29, F. L. Farley 

30a, Robt. Wynn 

306, E. H. Pixley 

31, Alex. Buckhain 

II 32, F. S. Simpson 

II 33, J. H. Jaraieson 

34a, R. W. Dalglesh .... 
M 35, Kenneth Peterson . . . 
•1 3G, Fred. Wyss 


3 00 
16 20 

4 95 
23 25 

19 50 
12 75 
12 20 

8 25 

3 00 

4 70 
12 50 
15 50 

20 75 

9 00 
6 00 

5 35 
18 75 

3 00 


52 04 
121 27 
152 48 

no 66 

99 29 
81 19 
103 84 
133 68 
118 52 
79 28 
128 36 
210 94 


M 37«, J. E. Smith 

376, J. H. Spain 

3Sa, W. B. McPherson . . 
386, J. P. McPiierson . . . 

39, W. W. Howe 

40a, G. P. Scott 


111 55 
152 08 
99 44 
55 43 
212 63 
284 00 


406, J. P. McPherson... 






98 00 


M 41, F. L. Constantine. . . 


10 50 

3 00 

4 75 
8 25 
4 00 
3 00 

13 60 


25 76 
40 60 
37 60 
56 80 
117 08 
66 16 
34 04 




36 51 


42, L. B. Browne 






43 60 


43 & 346, J. A. Pengelly. 
II 44, J. A. Youmans 


14 64 




20 63 
35 
50 
40 

29 28 

479 00 

832 80 

262 00 


77 62 
65 40 


45, C. H. Baker 






121 58 


•. 4fl, F. H. Conroy 

II 47, John Hollies 


1 80 
6 48 


156 00 
279 00 

90 00 


71 36 
83 40 


Alberta North. 
Subdistrict No. 1, T. A. Brick 


635 00 


II 2, Sam. Cunnint(ham. . . 








] 111 80 


II 3, Snrgeant, R. Field, 
R.N.W.M.P. ... 








352 00 




1 








1 








93,398 07 




1 











AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-23 



Provincial Census, 1906 — Contin'ued. 
Brouffht forward 



Salaries at Ottawa (fage D — 4) . , 

E. H. St. Denis, commissioner for Manitoba, expenses. May 25 to Aug. 20, 1906 

.1. C. Macpherson, couiraissiouer for Saskatchewan, expenses, May 23 to Aug. 29, 1906 

E. S. Macphail, commissioner for Alberta, expenses. May 25 to Aug. 24, 1906 

Labour at Ottawa, I. R<-)y, 16 d. at 81.50 ; N. Hastey, 16 d. at 81.50 

Assisting^ commissioner in appointment and instruction of enumerators — 

A. H. Hord, Wolseley, Sask., 815 ; W. TuUoch, Invernay, Saslc, 8)2 

Travelling Expenses — 

Corp. A. E. L. Jones, R, N. W. M. Police, re recall of guide H. J. Moberley 

James White, Interior Dept., re census map of N. W. provinces 

Kelly Publishing Co., New York, Directory of merchants, mfrs. and ship})i'rs 

M. Kealy, Ottawa, drawing mail 

Express charges, Canadian Exp. Co., 84 ; Dominion Express Co., 831.70 

Telegrams and telephones — 

C. P. Ry. Go's. Teleg., 8293.40 ; G. N. W. Teleg. Co., 84.16 ; Bell Telephone Co., 81.75. 

Petty cash expienditure at Ottawa 

Printing, Blairmore, Alta. , ' Times,' S3 ; Prince Albert, Sask., ' Advocate,' -810 

Overpayments to enumerators — 

J. .T. Cooper, subdistrict. No. 18, Portage la Prairie, ^Manitoba 

Walter Varley, subdistrict, No. 9, Marquette, Manitoba 

King's Printer : 600 each cerisis maps, 81,126.80 ; 13,000 forms, 8320.50 ; 5,000 notices, 810.40. 
Detailed under ' Census and Statistics ' (Page D — 8) , 

Le3S — Refund by A. Blue, credited in error to this vote (Page D — 8) -SIO ; paj^ments on 
account, 1905-6 (Vz^e D— 9) E. S Macphail, 8500, J. C. Macpherson, S500, E. H. St. 
Denis, 8500, Jas Flett, 83.57, Alex. McBeth, 8250 ; Geo. Dubray, 8150, Thos. McCloy, 
§100, Jno. Sexsmith, 8100, Angus McLeod, 8150 



Patent Record. 

king's Printer's account : detailed in 1905-6 (Page D- 9), 8807.72 ; vol. 34, Feb-Oct., 1906 
inclusive, 1,200 cojjies each, 812,760.49 ; index to 1905, 1,200, 8322.81 ; sundry, 870..51... . 

E. G. Allen & Son, London, Eng., binding, &c. ... 

Can. Express Co., charges, 838.92 ; G. T. Ry., charges, 819.22 

Paid in 1907-8 .' 



Statistical Year-book. 

King's Printer's account : 11,050 copies, 1905, English, 84,003.23 ; sundry forms, &c., 848.80. 
Stationery Office supplies, 8260 ; freight charges, 818.63 



Exhibitions. 

Summary. 

St. Louis Exhibition (Page D- 

Pittsburg Exhibition ( „ D- 

Liege Exhibition ( n D- 

ISIilan Exhibition ( „ D- 

Dublin Exhibition T ( ,> D- 

New Zealand Exhibition ( „ D- 

Exhibitions, general ( i, D- 



St. lionis Exhibition. 



Wilson, James & Co., Ottawa, photo supplies. 



Pittsburg Exhibition. 

Christie, Brown & Co., Toronto, show tins, 100 at 75c.; cases, 5 at 75c.; duty, 823 40. 



S eta. 


93,398 07 


12,197 67 

486 05 

8(57 03 

712 78 

48 00 


57 00 


37-32 
35 10 
10 00 
13 75 
35 70 


289 31 

60 

13 00 


82 .54 

127 71 

1,4.57 70 

14 70 


109,894 03 



2,617 00 



107,277 03 


13,961 53 

520 92 

58 14 


14,540 59 
1,790 59 

12,750 00 


4,052 03 
278 63 



4,330 66 



-23) 


8 25 


-23) 


102 15 


24) 


1,105 01 


25) 


62,083 45 


26) 


20,721 20 


27) 


32,776 46 


28) 


4,270 66 



121,067 18 



8 25 



102 15 



D -24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



M^ge Exblbltlon. 

Bayly, G. M., on account of services as architect 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight charges 

Gould Cold Storage Co., charges 



Milan Exblbltion. 

Officials. 

Wm. Hutchison, commissioner, salary, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $250 ; on account of living 
allowance, $3,370.17 ; cab-hire, May to Dec, 1906, $113.30 ; sundry travelling expenses, 
$106.80 

James Brodie, secretary, sahiry, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $141.66 ; on account of 1 ving allow- 
ancf^. $2, 180.11 ; travelling expenses, $158.55; cab-hire, telegrams. &c., $310.03 ; less 
ov^erpaid in 1905-6 (Page D-11), $6.23 ' 

Anderson, S., salary, 7 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at $100 ; living allowance, 168 d. to Jan. 15, 1907, 
at §=3.50 ; travelling expenses, $57.67 

Barry, Miss R., service-s, 30 d. at $4 ; transportation, Montreal to Milan and return, $180 ; 
on account c. 4566, $150 

Broadbcnt, R. L., liviny allowance. July 1-15, 1906, 15 d. at $5; travelling expenses, $178.90; 
less paid in 1905-6 (Page D 13), $150 

Catelli, C. H., living allowance, 96 d. to Nov. 4, 1906, at $10 ; travelling expenses, $195.95; 
SS. fare?, Montreal to Genoa, .$90 ; Liverpool to Montreal, $150 

Celli, John, services, 4 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at 250 lire per m . 

Chittick, F. C, fare, Ottawa to New York and return, $20 50 ; expenses collecting fruit, 
iiJlOl. 15 (igl. 15 paid in 1907-8) ; less -aid in 1905-6 (Page D-13), $51.04 

Dafoe, J. W., services and living allowance, July 8 to Sept. 3, 1906, 58 d. at $10 ; travelling 
expenses, .$52 .25 

Dal^'lish, VV. D., salary, 5| m. to Jan. 15, 1907, at $75; living allowance, 168 d. at $3.50 ; tra- 
velling expenses, $()0 .21 

FitzSiinon, H. B., salary, 5^ m. to Jan. 1^, 1907, at $75; living allowance, 168 d. at $2.50 ; 
travelling expenses, $56 .06 

Giraidot, E., salary, July I, 1906, to Jan. 31, li»07, 7 m. at $100 ; living allowance, Aug. 1 to 
Dec. 31, 153 d. at $5 ; travelling expenses, $60.55 

Hains, H., salary, 5 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $75, ^ m. to Jan. 15, 1907, at $100 ; living allow- 
ance, 168 d. at $5 ; travelling: expenses, .563.90 . . 

T^Iariotti, C, salary and living allowance, 59 d. to Sept. 30, 1906, at $7 ; travelling expenses, 
$24 . 54 ; travelling allowancn', Milan to Montreal, $135. . 

Pini, R., services, 7 in. to Jan. 31, 1907, at 500 lire per m., $675.78; travelling expenses, 5 
trips, Milan to Rome ancJ return, $270.22 

Turcotte, J. O., salary, 5^ m. to Jan. 15, 1907, at $150; travelling expenses and sundry out 
lay, $85 .55 



Exhibits, Collecting, <fcc. 

Barry, John & Sons, Montreal, apple boxes, 50 at 25c ... 

Bunting, Wm. H., St. Catharines, apples, 102 bxs. at $2.00 ; services, 10 d. at $5 ; outlay, 

$29.37 

Dery, F. L., Montreal, outlay for labour, 8 d. at $1 .50 

Hart & Tuckwell, Montreal, ajiples, 8 bxs. at $2 ; wrapping paper, $3.75 

Hart, J. A., Montreal, apples boxes, 60 at 18c 

Interior Dejjt., 100 copies i)ublication ' Canada ' 

Macfarlane, Wm., Montreal, express charges, Sept., 1906 

Peterson Fruit Co., Montreal, apples, 21 bxs. at $2 ; wrappers, $1 

Rook, S. F., Middletun, N.S., apples, 10 brl. at $5 

Scriver, J. F., Hemmingford, P.Q., apples, 16 bxs. at $1.50 ; packing, &c., $8 

Sundry small payments— 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., .$3.25 ; Caldwell. .John & Co., $4 

Gould Cold Storage Co., .$9.55 ; Pritchard- Andrews & Co., $1.35 

Telephones and telefrrams — 

Bell Telephone Co., 65c ; Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s telegraph, $58.69. 

Canadian Express Co., charges, $229.69 ; C.P.Ry. Co., freight charges, $434.97 

Cab-hire, E. A. Thomas 

King's Printer, books, 'Canada, The New Nation,' English, 250,000, $12,940.05, Frencli, 
100,000, .$2, 480.. •-(2, German, 50,000, .$3,100.13; rovers, 400,000, $2,040; ' Handbook of 
Canada," English, 3, -500, .$2,776.12, French, 2,000, $1,701.08; pamphlets, 'Facts about 
Canada,' English, 50,000, $841.18, Italian, '20,000, .$437.54, French, 15,000, S179.64, Gt-r 
man, 15,000, .*:273.47 ; covers, 100,000, $1,785; half tones, 74, $406.60; less paid in 1907- 
1908, .$5,180.43.. . " 

Stationery Office, supplies , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

1,000 00 

103 69 

1 32 



1,105 01 



5,090 27 



3^492 42 


1,345 67 


450 00 


103 90 


1,395 95 
192 93 


69 46 


632 25 


1,060 71 


888 56 


1,525 55 


1,328 90 


572 54 


946 00 


910 55 



12 50 



283 37 


12 00 


19 75 


10 80 


50 00 


11 40 


43 00 


50 00 


32 00 


7 25 


10 90 


59 34 


664 66 


3 00 



23,787 30 
15 00 

45.077 93 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-25 



Milan Exhibition — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Sundry Expenditure in Milan. 

Labour, §3,013.48 ; cables and telegrams, $100.93 ; stationery supplies, $604.71 

Photo's, $125.11; newspaper subscriptions, $33.04 ; printing, $41.3(3 

Lettering, 835.15 ; advertising, $55.95 ; painting, $69.79 ; hardware, $254.44 

Chemicals, $23. 4S ; nickel, &c., $71.31 ; flour, $149.88 ; 1,000 cotton bags, $57.23 

Electrical supplies, $37.37 ; light, $281.85 ; current, $1,573.40 

Mounted specimens, &c., $8.58.-0 ; butter and cheese exhibits, $22.55 

bLuiai^e, .'i!lo3.57 ; freight charges, $2,337.98 ; sundry supplies, $164.05 

Installing and removing e.xhibits. cartage and handling 

Customs charges : on building, $1,965.82 ; on pamphlets, $864 49 ; sundry, $48.42 

Bank charges 

Contracts of Hiunphreys, Ltd., London : erecting iron pavilion, 140 ft. 9 in. x 90 ft.. 

$25,180.13; materials for installation, per e.stitnate, $1,390.73; special transport charges. 

$593 . 73 ; extras, $806 . 67 ; less paid in 1905-6 (Page D— 14), $23,498 .35 

Less — Proceeds of sale of building 

Dublin Exliibition. 

Officials. 

Wm. Hutchison, commissioner : salary, Jan. 1 to March 31, 1907, 3 m. at $250 ; travelling 

expenses, $07. 8S ; on account of living allowance, .$1,119.33 

James Brodie, .secretary : salary, Jan, 1 to March 31, 1907, 3 m. at $141.66 ; travelling ex 

penses, $38 20 

Anderson, S.: salary, Feb. and March, 1907, 2 m. at -SlOO ; living allowance, Feb. 16 to March 

31, 1907, 44 d. at $3.50; travelling expenses, .$20.3.3 

Dalglish, W. J).: salary, Feb. 16 to March 31, 1907, 14 m. at $90 ; living allowance, 44 d. at 

$3 . .50 ; travelling expenses, $19 .83 

Dery, F. L. : travelling expenses, $33.05 ; outlay for labour, packing apples, $8.93 

Fitz-Simon, H. B.: salary, Feb. 16 to March 31, 1907, IJ m. at $90 ; living allowance, 44 d. 

at $3 ; travelling expenses, $19 .69 

Girardot, E. : salary, Feb. and March, 1907, 2 m. at $100 ; living allowance, Jan. -March, 90 d. 

at $5; transport, Montreal to Liverpool, $90.65; sundry travelling expenses, $146 . 45 ; 

overpayment, $63 . 21 . . . 

Hains, H.: salary, Jan. 16-31 and Feb. 16 to March 31, 1907, 2 m. at $100; living allowance, 

60 d. at $5 ; travelling expenses and sundry outlay, $59.63 

Turcotte, J. O.: salary, Feb. 10 to March 31, 1907, 1^ m. at $90 ; living allowance, 44 d. at $3 ; 

travelling expenses, $20 .54 



Exhibits, Collecting, d:c. 

Ayer, A. A. & Co., Montreal, 10 cheese, 1,0081b. at 13ic „ 

Bailey, Ernest, Kingsville, Ont.: tobacco, 200 lb. at 32c. ; lumber, &c., $60.90; services, 14 

d. at $5 ; outlay for labour, $60 .50 

British America Assurance Co., premium on oil painting . . . 

Bryan Mfg. Co., Collingwood : 2.50 apple boxes, $50 ; fi eight charges, $1.98 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., Hamilton, fruit wrappers, 100 reams at 13c 

Glantuey, Fred., Mont. St. Hilaire P.Q., outlay, apples, 7 brl. at $4, 14 brl. at $3 

Hodgson, Brown & Rowson, Montreal, 70 cheese, 6,057 lb 

Lovell & Christmas, Ltd., Montreal, Stilton cheese, 445 lb. at 16c 

Peterson Fruit Co., express charges, 30c.; Wilson, J. C. & Co., paper, $3.20 

Secord, C. E., St. Catharines : services, 10 d. at $3; travelling expenses, $26.90 . . 

Thompson, Robert, St. Catharines : services, 10 d. at $3 ; travelling expenses, $27.80 

Topley Studio, Ottawa, 19 8 x 10 views of Canada. ... 

Bell Telephone Co., 1. d. conversation, 40c.; G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages, $1.75 

Canadian Express Co., charges, $125.65 ; Canadian Pacific Ry. Co,, freight, $1.44 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., freight charges, $13.20 ; Thomson, Wm. & Co., ocean freight, $69.82. 

Sundry Expenditure in Dublin. 

Booth Bros., 1 rubber tired truck, $16.06 ; sundry hardware, $7.83 

Bull, J. T. & Son, on account 

Burwell, W. R. , on account . 

Halden, J. & Co., London, draughtsmen's supplies 

Humphreys Ltd., on account of contract for pavilion 

Irish International Exhibition, space . . 

Netherland State Railways, 8 Baedeker's ' Canada ' 



Carried forward. 



$ 


Ct3. 


45,077 


93 


4,379 12 


199 51 


415 


33 


301 


90 


1,892 68 


880 


75 


2,035 


(]0 


2,315 


10 


2,878 


73 


100 57 



4,478 91 



65,556 19 
3.472 74 



62,083 45 



,937 22 


463 18 


374 33 


308 83 
41 98 



286 09 

950 31 
559 63 

287 54 

136 08 



255 40 


20 00 


51 98 


13 00 


70 00 


796 50 


71 20 


3 50 


56 90 


57 80 


14 25 


2 15 


127 09 


113 02 


• 
23 89 


486 67 


194 or 


10 89 


9,733 33 


2,920 00 


11 68 



20,379 71 



D-26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPChRT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Dublin Exhibition — Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Svmdry Expenditure in Dublin — Concluded. 



Philip, Geo. & Son, London, 4 technical books -^ 

Siblev & Co., pundry stationery supplies ■'• • ■ 

8t. Ermin's Hotel, Westminster, S. W., rent ot room for office, Jan. 3 to March 26, 1907 

Sundry small payments: Anglo-American Trunk Association, $9 . 73 ; Caml)ridge & Co., 

S5.ll ; Mudie's Library, 93c. ; Remington Co., 97c 

Cables and telegrams: Anglo-American Tel. Co., .§14.60; P.O. Telegraphs, $14.42; W. U, 

Tel. Co., $1.22 

Registration fee for cable address, Dublin P.O., $5.11 ; bank charges, $7.54 . 

Freight charges, London & North-western Ry 

Newspaper subscriptions 

Labour : Jos. Milwick, .$5.78 ; M. Zeller, ^19. 20 



View Zealand Exliibition. 

OJjicials. 

Burns, W. A., secretary : salary, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $141.60 ; fare, San Francisco to 
Auckland, N.Z., and return, .$375 ; petty expenditure, $199.98 ; living allowance -July 25, 
1906, to August 5, 1907, 377 days at $10 ; not accounted for, $400 

Broadbent, R. L. : living allowance, Aug. 13 to Dec. 31, 1906, 141 d. at -$5 ; travelling ex- 
penses, $10.10 ; fares, Toronto to San Francisco, $69; San Francisco to Auckland, N.Z., 
and return, $375 .• ■ • • 

Despard, A. W. : salary, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $100, J salary, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 
$25 ; living allowance, Jnly 20 to Dec. 31, 1906, 165 d. at $3.50 ; fares, Toronto to San 
Francisco, $69 ; San Francisco to Auckland, N.Z., and return, $375 ; sundry travelling 
expenses, $67.79 ; balance of advance unaccounted for, $254.25 ; less paid in 1905-6 (Page 
D. 1.3), $125 

Jarvis, 4. L. : travelling expenses, Aug. 16, 1906, fare, Ottawa to Victoria, B.C., and return, 
$101.65 ; berth, $35 ; Dec. 27, 1906, fare, Ottawa to Vancouver, B.C., and return, $131.60 ; 
drawing room in sleeper, Ottawa to Winnipeg, .$30 ; section, Winnipeg to Vancouver, 
$24 : Vancouver to Ottawa, -$35; living allowance, Dec. 26, 1906, to April 24, 1907, 120 
days at $5 ; sundry expenses, $395.03 ($145.03 paid in 1907-8) . . 

Knowlton, H. C. : salary, Aug, 15, 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907, 228 d. at $3 ; living allowance, 
Aug. 14 to Dec. 31, 1900, 140 d. at .$3. .50 ; fares, Knowlton, P.Q., to San Francisco, -$69 
San Francisco to Auckland, N.Z. and return, $375 ; sundry travelling expenses, $56.05 

Race, T. H. : fare.s, Toronto to San Francisco, $69 ; San Francisco to Avackland, N,Z., and 
return, $375 ; sundry travelling expenses, $70.14: advances unaccounted for, $243.34. . . 

Wages of carpenters, decorators, labourers, &c., at Ottawa, $131.50, at Christchurch, $3,361.54. 

Exhibits, Collecting/, li-c. 

Bryson, Graham, &Co. : Turkey red, 1,500 yds. at 13c. ; hessian, 56 yds. at 18c. ; 300 lbs. 
excelsior, $4 . 50 

Canada Furniture Mfrs., Woodstock, Ont.: arm chairs, 12 at $5.75 ; tilter chairs, 3 at $7, 3 
at $375 ; 1 chair, $4.00 ; library table, $12 ; wardrobe, $11 ; 5 reed chairs and cushions, 
$41.75 ; 2 reed rockers and cushions, $15.25 ; reed settees, 2 at $12 : cushion, $3 ; direc 
tor's table, $23.50 ; centre table, $4.40 ; roll top desks, 1 at $47.50, 2 at $38, 3 at $20 ; t. 
w. desk, $14.25; secretary, $6.75; magazine stand, -$12.50 ; packing charges, $71.65; 
less 2 p.c. discount, .$10. 58 

Castle, F. J., Co. : cnndies, 1 case at $5.30, 5 cases at $4.30, 60 boxes at 30c 

Central Experimental Farm : 4 boxes glasses and millets, $40 ; 4 boxes oats, $40 ; 2 boxes 
bearded wheat, $20 

Duford, J. B. : glass, 191 in. x 37h in., 8 plates at $2.50 ; paint, 225 lbs. at 10c. j gold leaf, 32 
books at 50c. ; white enamef, 3 gals, at $6 ; gold bronze, 44 jiapers at 25c. ; bronzing 
liquid, 2 gals, at $3 ; 1 gal. varnish, $3 ; sundries, $7.71 ; man's time, painting, glazing, 
&c., 852^ h. at 40c 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Hull ; sundry woods and paper exhibit 

Forsyth Granite and Marble Co., Montreal : samples of marble and granite 

Foster & Holtermann, Brantford : white clover honey, 240 lbs. at 10c 

Manufacturers' List Co., Montreal : 3 copies Mfrs. List and Buyers' Guide 

]y^etallic Roofing Co., Toronto : materials (no voucher) 

McGrath, E. P. & Co. : 10 doors, $40; 2 oak grilles, $23.50; 2 carved newels, $18.50; 
sample mid. board, $11; 1,450 ft. dressed lumber, $41.50; 66 packing cases, $128.10; 
sundries, $5 . 16 ; crating, .$12 

MacLaren Imperial Chee.se Co., Toronto : Goodwillie's fruits, 13 cases at $2.65 

New Zealand Insurance Co. : premium on manufactured articles 

Office Specialty Co. : 1 No. 406 vertical section with ends, $35 ; folders, guides, &c., $19.50 

Palmer, R. M., Victoria, B.C. : outlay for apples, expenses collecting and shipping. 

Rennie, Wm., Co., Toronto, .seeds, $11.80 ; Stevens, G. H., preparing 2 granite samples, $10. 

Carried forward 



$ eta. 
20,379 71 



20 44 
10 97 

187 37 

16 74 

30 24 
12 65 

17 05 
20 99 
25 04 



20,721 20 



6,019 92 
1,159 10 

1,893 54 

1,207 25 

1,674 05 

763 48 
3,493 04 

210 36 



518 82 
44 80 



100 GO 



445 21 

198 10 

10 50 

24 00 

15 00 

200 00 



285 76 
34 45 
80 00 
54 50 

495 50 
21 80 



18,949 18 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-27 



New Zealand Exbibitiou — Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Exhibits, Collecting, dx. — Concluded. 



framing 10 en- 



Topley Studio : 12 enlargements, framed, $115.50 ; 6 portraits framed, 

largements, •'5()5 ; fra.ming 8 homesteads, §18 •. 

Wiggins, F., & Sons, London, Eng., 1 case specimens of mica goods . . 

Woods, Ltd., 6 ft. Dominic»n ensigns, 6 at 84.50 

Sundry small payments: W. C. Edwards & Co., -SI. 25 ; Ottawa Cold Stores, .^6.80; Prit- 
chard-Andrews Co., $2.62 ; Taylor, R. J., S4.50 

Telephones and telegrams- 
Bell Telephone Co., 50c.; C. P. E. Co's. Teleg., iS84.03 ; G. N. W. Teleg. Co., S1.85... . 

Express and freight charges — 

American Express Co., $6.70 ; Canadian Express Co., S27.50 

AllanLineof steamships, 82,423.80; C. P. Ry., §1,471.08 ; G. T. Ry., $45.19 ". . 

Cartage, Electric Transfer Co., §11.15 ; cab-hire, M. Landreville, for Mr. Chittick, 75c 

News])apL-r subscriptions 

Printing, Canadian Manufacturers Association, Toronto. 

King's Printer, 7,000 sheets paper 

Stationery Office, Ottawa: typewriter, $102.. 50 ; sundry supplies, $43.52 



Sundrj/ Expenditure in New Zealand. 

Fashion Mfg. Co., sundry supplies ... 

Pullen & Flores : colouring roof beams, per contract, $219 ; lettering, &c., $73.36 
Bank charges, $26.75 ; accounted for 1907-8, $8,784.39 



Exhibitions, General. 

Exhibits, Collecting, d-c. 
Labourers at Ottawa, &c. — 

Alexander, John, 3 d. at §1 . 50 ; Barnabee, Joseph, 3 d. at $1 . 50 

Bradley, J. D., 18 weeks at $10 ; Brown, Geo., 9 m. at $50 

Covle,'W., 20 d. at $1.50 ; Fleming, Wm., 27h d. at $1.50 

Gagne, W. D., 9 m. at $50 ; Hope, J. O., 2 w.^at -515 

Lynch, M., 11 d. at .$1.50 ; Ralpli, Thos., July 2-14, $12 

Conroy, H. A., Ottawa : moose horns, $25 ; transixjrt charges on exhibits, $17 

Coxon, Geo., value of lost exhibits . . . . 

Experimental Farm, Brandon, outlay by Supt. Wolverton — 

Labour, 150 8 d. at $1.75 ; telegrams, 62c.; balance unaccounted for, $200 

Exnerimental Farm, Indian Head, outlay by Supt. Mackay-- 

■ Labour, 24 d. at $2, 40 d. at $1 25 ; lumber, $45.09 ; wire cloth, &o., $15.20 ; balance of 

advance unaccounted for, $41 .71 

Graves Bro.=.: galv. iron cans, to order, 12 at $8.75; padlocks with chains, 12 at $1; green 

netting, 66g yds. at 40c. ; sundry hardware supplies, $43.54 

Hughes & Co., Brandon, boxes, 27 at $7, 20 at $3 . .50 

Ottrwa Sanitary Laundry Co., sundry laundry 

Remmington Tyjjewriter Co., Toronto, typewriter supplies and repairs 

Simpson, S. S., Brandon : 6 bush, wheat, $5 ; services and expenses procuring .same, $9.35... 
Woods, Ltd.; 6 ft. Dominion ensigns, 42 at $4.50; 3 ft. Union Jacks, 24 at $3.19; sundry 

flags, $26.74 

Sundry small payments — 

Bryson, Graham & Co., 40c.; Butterworth & Co., $4.45 ; Charlebois, J O., & Co., .$7. 

Duford, J. B., ,$4. 10 : Eraser, A. C. & Co., -86.90 ; Hartzman, Walter, $5 

Lane & Elvi.ss, $2 ; McNeil, E. R., $6.55 ; Pritchard-Andrews Co., 10c 

Rowan, Y., $4 .50 ; Rynard, Philip, $8 ; Jones, H. L., $1 .50 

Petty expenditure: cab-hire, Mr. Chittick, $4.50; cleaning yard, $4; cartage, $1.25; car 

tickets, $1 . 75 ; stamp.s, $1 ; milk tickets, -82 ; arnica, 25c 

Telegrams and telephones — 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of phone, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906 

C. P. R. Co's. Telegraph, -837 .76 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co., .$3.75 

p]xpress and freight charges — 

American Express Co., $11.86 ; Canadian Express Co., $41.80 

Dominion Express Co., $105.18; C. P. Ry. Co., $125.60 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co 

Cartage : P]lectric Transfer Co., .$10.55 ; Ottawa Transfer Co., §4 05 

Newspaper subscriptions — 

Montreal 'Herald, '.S3; Ottawa 'Free Press, '$3. 60 

King's Printer's account for forms, pamphlets, &c 

Stationery Office, supplies 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
18,949 18 



297 50 
48 67 
27 00 

15 17 

80 38 

34 20 
3,940 67 

11 90 

12 50 
37 50 
55 32 

146 02 



. 10 95 

292 36 

8,811 14 



32,776 40 



9 00 
030 GO 
71 25 
480 00 
28 50 
42 00 
10 00 

464 49 



200 00 



187 20 

259 00 

11 08 

16 55 

14 35 


292 30 


11 85 

16 00 

8 65 

14 00 


14 75 


17 50 
41 51 


53 66 

230 78 

1 77 

14 60 


6 60 

405 27 

28 61 



3,581 87 



D-28 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Exbibitious, General — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Cheque to Rec. Gen. apparently to transfer unsettled amounts from 1905-6 to in06-7, no 

details (Page D— 1.5) 

Detailed in li)0r>6 ( - D— 9) 

Accounted for in 1907-8 (.J. Brodie's e.xpenditure) 



Lkss— Refunds : A. Mackav, §11.71; D. Wolverton, 31.03. 
Paid in 1905-G (page D— 15) 



! 42 74 
8,258 54 



Imperial Institute, Iiondon. 

Exhibition Ojffirials. 

Wm. Hutchison, commissioner, cab-hire, Jan. and Feb., Iti07, 2 m 

Anderson, S. living allowance, Jan. 16 to Feb. 15, 1907, 31 d. at .S3.50 

DalglLsh, VV. D.: .salary Jan. 16 to Feb. 15, 1907, 1 ra., §75 ; living allowance 31 d. at S3. 50 ; 

sundry outlay, 88. 13 

Fitz-Smion, H. B.: salary, Jan 16 to Feb. 15, 1907, 1 ni., -375 ; living allowance, 31 d. at §2.50 

Hains, H.: salarj', Feb. 1-15, h m. at §100 ; living allowance, 15 d. at §5 .^ 

Turcotte, J. O., salary, Jan. 16 to Feb. 15, 1907, 1 m 

Sundry Expenditure in Ottawa. 

Eddy, E. B. Co., Ltd., Hull, wood samples, &c . , 

Elliott & Son, Toronto, decorating and mounting -map of Dominion. ... ... , 

Indian Affairs De|>t., buffalo specimens ... 

Canadian Express Co., charges .S5.25 ; C.P. Ry. Co., freight charges, $9.23 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies, Nov., 1906 , 

Sundry Expenditure in London. 

H. Watson, curator, salary: 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at £25, §1,095; travelling expenses, §29.52 

Hosken, W., clerk, services 9 m. to March 31, 1907. 

B:irker, J. &. Co., 25 yds. marine felt 

Greenhead, W., lettering and sign painting. 

Photulinol Ltd., 64 transparencies painted in oils 

Sage, Fredk. &Co. : range of wall cases, per estimate, §4,801.94; 4 wall cases, §890.60; 15 
centre cases, .§1,547 60 ; 26 counter cases, -SI, 012. 27 ; canvas and angle blocks in mineral 
section, §351.94; lining and decorating cases, .§3.51 62 ; 33 plate glass shelves, §155.53; 2 
shelve stands and standards, §50.73; 11 cl^th signs, §1!j3..30; stationary cabinet and 
travelling trunk, §31.63 ; sundry supplies, alterations and repairs, §2,843.98 ; less paid in 
1905-6 (page D— 16), §9,730.27 

Sundry small pavments — 

Fenton & Barnes, S.5.07 ; Ide, T. & W., §1.36 ; Hacking, J. W., §1.22 

Lawson, J. W., §1.05 ; Mealand, H. E., 89c.; M rray & Co., 61c 

Underwood Typewriter Co., 89.96 ; Williams, J. E. , §2.37 

Postage, §69.45 ; telegrams, §6.53 ; stationery supplies, .§29.48 

Freight and shipping charges, §10.09 ; lighting account, .§6.08 

Labour, §137.24 ; cleaning windows, §6.57 ; sundry outlay, §1.24 

Rent of offices in Portland House, 9 m., §912.50 ; cleaning, §50.94 ; fires, §25.31 

Mamtenance of Canadian section, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 ; paid to Board of Trade 



P. E. Island Exliibitiou. 

Grant to P. E. Island Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition 



§ Ct8, 

3,581 87 



351 04 
4.866 67 
3,772 .36 



12, .571 94 



8,301 28 



Dominion Exliibition, Halifax^ 

Grant to Dominion Exhibition, Halifax, paid to President and Secretary. 



4,270 66 



53 53 
108 50 

191 03 
152 50 
125 00 
150 00 



45 32 

268 00 
58 75 
14 48 
13 50 



1,124 52 

168 71 
19 77 
24 58 

545 07 



2,410 87 



7 65 


2 55 


12 33 


105 46 


16 17 


145 05 


994 75 


1,642 50 


8,401 19 


10,000 00 



50,000 00 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-29 



Experimental Farms. 

Summary. 

Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa T (Page D— 32) 

Branch n m Nappan ( n D — 33) 

Brandon ( .. D— 35)! 

„ „ „ Indian Head ( .. D-35)i 

11 II II Agassiz ( II D — 37) 

New Farms ( n D— 38) 

Central Expermlutal Farm, Ottawa. 

Alexander, Thos., manure, 151 loads at 40c ... .» 

Bayne, Timothy, straw, 7 47 tons at S5.50, 2r03 tons at So 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, S15G.25 ; messages, S3. 30 

Booth, J. R., straw, 37 '97 tons at -$4, 17 tons at ■'52.91 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : salt, 30 bags, .§18 ; cheese cloth, 225 yds. at 5c.; linen, 20 yds. at 30c., 
42 yds. ai 25c.; bunting, 36 yds. at lOc; overalls, 3 pr., S4.50 ; rugs, 2, #2.50; soft soap, 
20 ib., -So ; brooms, 41, -"SlS.oS ; sundry supplies, $44.55 

Burns, M. T. & Son, horseshoeing April 2, 1906, to Mar. 30, 1907 

ButterAorth & Co. : making 5 milk cans at §2.75, 2 at §2.50, 1 at S3. 50; 1 Jenkin's Valve, 
S2 ; repairing, $1 . 80 

Canadian Express Co., expressage 

Canaflian Pacific Ry. Co., freight charges 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co's. Telegraph, messages 

Canadian Rubber Co., Montreal, garden hose, 100 ft. at 18c 

Carson, Hugh : team collars, 6, .§18.50 ; 1 robe, S^ ; swivel ropes with snap on end, 20 at 60c.; 
leather, 19 lb. at Siic; N.F. oil, 5 gal., S4.75; brooms, 6, .§4.50; brushes, 3, §2.10; re- 
pairing harness and sundry supplies, §120.33 

Cochrane, A., Almi >nte, 3 bull calves 

Conn, H. S. : 2 horses, .§450 ; less 2 horses exchanged, §200 * 

Cranston, J. & Son, Hamilton : flower pots, 7,924, .§54.44 ; crates, 12 at 50c 

Customs Department, duty on sundry articles 

Deavy, Thos. : making grain rope, 350 ft. at 8c.; manure, 123 loads at 40c 

Dominion Express Co., express chaises 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co.: linseed oil cake meal, 5 tons at §30 . 75 ; 2 tons at §30; linseed 
meal, 1 ton, S.o4 ; 500 lb. at 3c . . . 

Dwyer, W. H. Co.: oats, 150.4 bush, at 43c.; mealine, 100 lb., SI. 45; corn, 10 bags at §1.25 

Edwardsburg Starch Co., Cardinal : gluten meal, 3 tons at .§28.50, 20 tons at §27 

Fahey, John, making GOO ft. oat rope grain at 8c 

FixteV, John, attending bees, April 1 to Sept. .30, 1906 

Francis, -J. H., Indian Head, red fife wheat,100 bush, at 90c 

Gerry, A. V., Indian Head, jute sacks, 200 at 15c ... 

Graham Bros.: clover seed, 100 lb. at 17ic., 200 lb. at IGi, 20 lb. at 15^; timothy seed, 263 
lb. at Sic; rape seed, 270 lb. at bhc; millet seed, 2 bush, at §1.45 ; grass seed, 2 bush, at 
§1.30 ; beans, 764 bush, at -§2.75', 6 bush, at .§2.25 ; corn, 1.5^ bush, at §1.25, 7f bush, at 
§1.20, 4 bush, at §1.10, 2 bush, at §1 ; beef scrajis, 400 lb. at''3ic.; bone meal, 600 lb. at 
2.^c. ; 1 sack peat, §1; oyster shells, 600 lb., .§4.50; garden rakes, 4 at 75c. ; shear.", 1 
pr., .§1 . 60 ; sundry seeds and supplies, .§31 .33 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight charges 

Greening B. Wire Co., Montreal, 13 sheets zinc 

HaiTis, A. W., V.S., visits and medicines I 

Henry, Bower, BeJl.s Corners : 21 steers, 20,487 lb. at 4c , 6 steers, 5,272 lb. at 3c 1 

Joly, L. O.: oats, 1.306 bush, at 4:?c., 100 bush, at 42c., 126 bush, at 41c., 100 bush, ati 
40c., 165 bush, at 37c. ; barley, 10 8 bush, at 60c. ; corn, 2 bush, at §1 .35 

Kennedy, F., .Jock vale, oats, 1,935 lb. at 37c. per bush 

Laird, C. T.. Indian Head, grain sacks, 612 at 20c 

Langelier, Gus., Quebec, 1 Yorkshire pig 

Leafloor, Sanil., manure, 195 loads at 40c 

Lyman, Sons & Co., Montreal : bluestone, 450 lb., §29.25 ; sundry chemicals, §18.84 

Martin, .J. S. : eggs, 2 settings, .§6 ; buckwheat, 6 bush., §4.20 ; sundry supplies, §5.20 

Mas->ey-Harris Co. : 3 scufflers, §22.50 ; 1 tigar rake, .§10 ; machine oil, 15 gal. at 40c. ; ploughs, 
2, §4.10 ; plough points, 6, $2.70 ; sundry hardware supplies, .§22.32 . . 

Matthews, Geo. Co., lard, 80 lb. at 12|c., 120 lb. at 12ic., 40 lb. at 12c 

MH.xwell, D. & Sons : 1 wood track car, .§6.50 ; sundry supplies, .§9.45 

Meilleur, A.: services in dairy, 14 d., §25 ; making 30 aprons at 10c. ; making seed testers,S3 ; 
making 12 towels, §1 . 20 , 

Moffatt, Geo., Harbord, 1,178 blocks ice at 3c 

Mulhall.R.: 1 dairy .scale, $32; forks, 13 at SI. 10; picks, 12, .§6.60; shovels, 8, .§5.70; forks, 

12 at 52c.; pick handles, 12, §2 40 ; scoops, 6, ,§5 . 20 ; scythes, 4, .§3.65 ; snaths, 2, §1.50 ; 
galv. wire, 413 lb., §24.51 ; zinc, 5(> lb., §6; hose, 100 ft.. §13; galv. pails, 16, -§7.20; 
hoes, 9, §4.50; tacks, 24 doz. pks., §6.60; brackets, 36, .§3.60 ; sundry supplies, .§129.36 

Musgrove, J. A. , sundry drug supplies 



54,286 83 
8,515 73 
8,198 64 
6,300 73 
5,256 83 

19,990 36 

102,555 12 



272 36 
38 75 



Carried forward. 



D-30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Ceiiiral experimental Farm, Otta^va — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



McCuaig, Miss C. F., office assistant 81^ d to Mar. 30, 1907, at $2 

McDonald, K.: 1 cultivator, §10 ; corn, 11 bush., -SlS.l.o ; millet, 3 bush., $4.50 ; amber cane, 

100 lb., §3.50 ; mitts, 12 prs. at 50c. : sundry seeds and supplies, §18.37 

McGrath, E. P.: lumber, 2,5(.i8 ft., .§34.38 ; pickets, 200 at 'She, 450 at 3c.; laths, l^M., $6.75; 

cartage, $3 ; siindry lumber, §48.37 

McNairn, J. H., Toronto, butter wrappers, 9,850 

McPhail, C. N.: 1 steel-lined wagon box, §13 ; 1 feed wagon, §13 ; painting buggy, §8.50 ; set 
ting 20 tires, §12.50 ; (> whifHetrees, §G ; shoeing bus sleighs, $6 ; sundry blacksmithing 

and supplies, $G9.G9 

Nothnagel, Mrs. B.: washing, coats, 198 at 13c.; towels, 260 at 5c.; sundry washing, §11.60. . 

Oakville Basket Co., tree protectors, 3,000 at $5 » 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Montreal : imperial flour, 27 brl. at §3, 52| brl. at §2.60 ;ne.stor flour 
18 brl. at §2.50, 50 brl. at §2.30 ; shorts, 20 tons at §19 ; bran, 30 tons at §17 ; less 1,400 

bags at 5c 

Ottawa Car Co. : 1 sleigh, §100 ; sundry repairs to wagonette and park phaeton, $90.50 

Ottawa Dairy Co., skim milk, 1,756 gal. at 2c 

Ottawa Drug Co.: vitriol, 450 lb. at 8c.; paris green, 100 tins at 22c.; sulphate of iron, 50 lb 

at lie 

Ottawa Electric Co., electricity supplied, Feb. 23 to Nov. 1, 1906 

Ottawa Transfer Co., stabling 'horses, Apr. 2, 1906 to Mar. 30, 1907 

Phillips, Andrew, Almonte, 3 bull calves 

Pink & McVeity, 1 piano cutter sleigh 

Queen City Oil Co.: headlight oil, 10 gal., at 20c.; IGSj'^^ gal. at IGc; astral oil, 30 gal. at 25c : 
cylinder oil, 5 gal. at 60c.; castor oil, 5 gal. at 35c.; linseed oil, 5 gal., §3.90 ; mica grease, 

40 lb. at 6c 

Reid, R. & Co., Hintonburg, 2 steers . . 

Segers Bros., Lissi, Holland, collections of bulbs 

Seylaz, W., Hull, hand-jiicking grain, 1,007 h. at 15c 

Short, Thos. , 1 Yorkshire boar . . . .' 

Hlattery, B., tones, 941 lb. at l^c 

Smart Bag Co., Toronto. : cotton bags, 40,400 at $23.50 per M., 2,020 at $18.75 per M 

Smith, Thos., collection of shrubs and trees .■ 

Stewart, A., Almonte, 3 bull calves 

Storr, J.: glass, 350 panes, §10.50 : oil, 5 gal., $3.50 ; white lead, 50 lb., $3.51 ; paint brushes, 

3, .§4.25 ; sundry supplie.s, .§11.15 

Toshack, Andrew, Almonte, 2 bull calves 

Vessot, S. & Co., Joliette, 1 grinder 

Ward, .Tos. & Co., Montreal, 1 ton cotton seed meal ■ 

Warden of Kingston Penitentiary, manila twine, 450 lb. at lljc 

Watson, J. : lettering signs, §10.20 ; 10 charts, §14 

Wilson, G. A., Britannia, straw, 9 "46 tons at §5 

Wilson, M. J. & Sons : 1 buffalo robe, §7 ; 1 rug, $4 ; horse brushes, 1 doz., §6 ; sweat p.ods, 2, 

§2 ; sundry supplies, §9.55 ... 

Young, C. H., services assisting entomologist, 12 d. to Mar. 30, 1907, at §2.50 

Yuill, Mrs. M., Carleton Place, chickens, 89 lb. at 15c 

Zenner Disinfectant Co., Detroit, zenoleum, 8 gal. at §1.25 

Travelling expenses. 

Charron, A. T., §43.30 ; Fixter, Geo., §51.35, refunded in 1907-8, .§23.65 

Fixter, John, §11.45 ; Fletcher, Jas., §112.71 ; Fortier, Victor, §108.33 

Gibson, Arthur, §24.15 ; Gilbert, A. G.; §107.62 ;.Grisdale, J. H., §456.47 

Holz, H., §19.70 ; Macoun. W. T., .§169.62 ; Saunders, C.E., §11.12 

Saunders, Wm., .§45.15 : S.hutt, F. T., .§288.60 

Subscriptions to newspapers, sundry books, &c 

King's Printer's account, printing, &c 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, sundry stationery supplies 

Registration fees, Ottawa Live Stock Records 

Petty expenses, sundry supplies 

Sundry payments under §10 — 

Aheam & Soper, 30c.; Aldridge, A. G., 90c.; Am. Entomological Co., §7.50 

Am. Express Co., .§4.43 ; Baldwins, O. A. E., §1.50 ; liastien, J. H., $6 

Blair M'f'g. Co., 67c.; Brown Bros., $2 ; Capital Freight Line, $6 

Charleson, W. G., §1.20 ; Chatillon, John & Sons, .§4 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Co., §5 66 ; Clark, Robt., §9. .55 

Cummings, W. R., §1.75 ; Dana, C. H., §1 ; Duhamel, L., -So. 50 

Dynes, A., §7 ; Eimer & Amend, 57c. ; Enright, J. C, §4.20 

Evvin.', Wm. & Co , 15c. ; Fortier, P. A., §5.12 ; Forward, J. A., §8.70 

Graves Bros., §4.55; G. N. W. Tel. Co., §6.95; Hellyer, A. W. E., §5 ' 

Higgins, C. H., §3.60; Hooi, C. L Co., §1.15 ; Howe, Wm., §6.50 

James, F. G., §3.25 ; Kellogg, R. M. Co., §2.10 ; Lachapelle, P., §4.70 

Lauren tian Stone Co., §8.3(3 ; Lawrence Dairy Supply Co. §2.50 

Lawson. Thos. & Sons, §7.60 ; Moody, Matthews & Sons Co., $3 



Carried forward. 



$ eta. 

6,408 92 

163 00 

55 52 

113 00 
10 83 



128 69 
50 34 
15 00 



1,197 50 

190 50 

35 12 

58 75 
10 75 
104 00 
15 00 
30 00 



47 00 

58 00 

131 32 

151 05 

50 GO 

14 12 
987 28 

17 00 

18 00 

32 91 

11 00 

180 00 

32 50 

51 75 
24 20 

47 30 

28 55 
30 00 
13 35 

10 OO 

118 30 
232 49 
58S 24 
200 44 
333 75 
118 62 
712 52 
566 54 
93 40 

48 57 

8 70 

11 93 
8 67 
5 20 

15 21 
11 25 
11 77 
13 97 

16 50 
11 25 
10 05 
10 86 
10 60 



13,681 08 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-31 



Central Experimental Furiii, Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Sundry payments under $10— Con. 

Macoun, W. T., S9.8S ; Morgan, A. J., S3 ; McCrea Mfg. Co., So. 25 

Mc< Jlennan, W., S3 ; McNeill, E. R., 16. w ; Nantel, W. B., S3 .". 

Newton, John, S8.87 ; Oka, R., S3 ; Orr, Robt., S3 

Ottawa & N. Y. Ry. Co., S5.70 ; Owen, W. H., 84 ; Perrin Plough Co., S3. 23. 

Pritchard-Andrews Co., S2.50 ; Roy & McClure, SI .8(' ; Scott, J. A., S4 

Shouldis, G. W., S4.20 ; Skinner, J. & Son, S7.30 ; Spramotor Co., S2 

Standard Drug Co., 75c., Stone, S. E., S4 ; Thompson, L. G., S9.10 

Topley, W. J., SI. 30 : W^trous Nursery Co., S7.60 ; Whyte, J. G. & Son, S8.01. 
Wilson, W. G., S2.50 ; Winona Nursery Co., S1.60 ; Workman A. & Co., §6.50. 



Salaried Officials. 

Saunders, Wm., director of farms, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S4,000 per annum 

Belanger, Jules, engineer, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1907, at S50 . . 

Brettell, C. T., herdsman, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S800 per annum , 

Charlton, H. W., asst. chemist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI, 150 per annum 

Charron, A. T., asst. chemi.st, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at §1,300 per annum 

Cramp, Thos. M., accountant, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI, 050 per annum 

Ellis, W. T., head'gardener, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S62.50; taking weather observations, 9 

m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S6 ...._. 

Eixter, George J., foreman of cereal division, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S55 

Fixter, John, foreman of farm work, 3 m. to Sept. 30, 1906, at S112 .50 

Eletcher, Jas., botanist and entomologist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S200 

Fortier, Victor, as.-;t. poultry manager, 9-m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 81,000 per annum 

Gibson, A., asst. div. of entomolog}' and botany, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SS7.50 

Gilbert, A. G., manager poultry dei>t., 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SlOO 

Grg-y, D. D., foreman of farm work, Oct. 20 to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI, 000 per annum 

Grisdale, J. H., agriculturist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S2.200 per aimum . . . 

Guignard, J. A., a.^st. entomologist and botanist, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI. 150 per annum. 

Holz, H., foreman horticulturist dept , 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S62.50 

Jamieson, R. F., asst. accountant, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at S54 16 

Macoun, W. T., horticulturist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at Sl,900 per annum , 

Meilleur, Jos., butter maker, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 850 

Morisset, G. O., stenographer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8650 per annum . 

McMurray, A., French correspwndent, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI, 000 per annum 

Nevins, John, stableman, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S50 

O'Hanley, M. C, stenographer, 9 m. to ^lar. 31, 1907, at SI, 000 per annum 

Pelletier, Eug., French correspondent, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, atS91.66 (balance of salary 

paid from printing bulletins, &c) 

Saunders, C. Fi., experimentalist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at SI, 700 per annum 

Shutt, F. T., chemist, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 82,350 per annum 

Watson, J. F., stenographer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 81,000 per annum 

Wetmore, G. K., asst. accountant, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at S650 per annum 



Wages of Farw, Labourers, <fcc. 

Alexander, Thos., teamster, at 810 w., S164.51 ; at S9 w., S8.25 ; at S8.50 w., S158.38 

Bartle, R., labourer, at S9 w., 843.50 ; Baynham, A., painter, at 82 d., S12 

Burnside, C. A., labourer, at 89 w., S173.()5 ; at S8.50 w., S157.06 

Charles, J., stableman, at St4 m., S132 ; labourer at S9 w., 882.50 ; at S8 w.. S73.34. . 

Clarke, H., labourer, at 89 w., 8137.80 ; Collins, S., labourer, at S9 w., S64.50 

Deavy, F., labourer, 89 w., 8152.50 ; Deavy, G., lalrourer, at 812 w., $215.93 ; atSll w.. S230.99 

Deav-y, Thos., Jr., labourer, at S9 w., §62.50 ; at $8 w., §106.66 

Deavy, Thos., Sr., teamster, at 810 w.. §188.16 ; at S9 w., 87.50 ; at 88.50 w., §189.84 

Demora, S., labourer, at S9 w., S166.90 ; at S8 w., 8170.67 

Dennis, D., labourer, at 89 w., 816G ; at 88 w., §145.20 

Doragh, J. laborer, at 89 w., S40.80 ; at §8 w., §14.67 ; Driscoll, D., coachman, at §10 w., §408.60 

Fahey, John, laborer, at §9 w., §104.-35 ; at §8 w., §105.34 

Fahey, Wm., labourer, at §10 w., §358.57 ; at §9.50 w., §41.17 ; at 15c. h., §1.05 

FkIIs, W. J., labourer, at §9 w.. S166 ; at SS w., §31.06 

Fee, R., teamster, at §10 w., 81S6.49 ; at S9 w., 84.50 ; at SS.50 w., §4.25 

Fixter, J. S., labourer, at §9 w., §36.75 ; at §7.50 w., §29.76 

Gilchrist, Jas., stableman, at §44 m., §.59.72; labourer at §9 w., §116.85 ; at §8 w., §120 

Goodwin, J., teamster, at 83.25 d., 811.38 ; Holz, W., labourer, at §4.50 w., §34.88 

Helm, Jas., teamster, at §10 w., §181.17 ; at §9 w., §10.20 ; at 88.50 w., §162.94 

Horn, F., foreman, at §11 w., §436.58 ; How.ard, S. M., labourer, at §9 w., $18 

Hiiard, M., labourer, at §9 w., §167.20 ; at §8 w., §168.31 ; Hughes, W., carpenter, at §2 d., 
§36.67 



Johnson, R., labourer, at i 
Laoroix, M., labourer, at I 



w., §16. .50 ; Lachapelle, J. B., labourer, at §9 w., §36.45. 
w., §30.90 ; at $8 w., §16 



S eta. 
13,681 08 



18 13 
12 55 
14 87 

12 93 
8 30 

13 50 
13 85 
16 91 
10 60 



3,000 00 
200 00 
600 00 
862 50 
975 00 
787 50 

616 50 
495 00 
337 50 

1,800 00 
750 00 
787 50 
900 00 
424 89 

1,650 00 
670 84 
562 50 
324 96 

1,425 00 
450 00 
487 50 
750 00 
450 00 
750 00 

549 96 

1,275 00 

1,762 50 

750 00 

162 50 



331 14 
55 50 
.330 71 
287 84 
202 30 
599 42 
169 16 
385 50 
337 57 
311 20 
464 07 
209 69 
400 79 
197 06 
195 24 
66 51 
296 57 
46 26 
354 31 
454 58 

372 18 
52 95 
46 90 



Carried forward 44,527 32 



D-32 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa — Contitmed. 



Brought forward 

Wages of Farm Labourers, d:c. — Concluded. 

Lacroix, O. , labourer, at $9 w. , $175 ; at $9 w. , $34.67 ; Lacroix, P. , labourer, at $9, w. , $55.50. 

Leafloor, Sam., tpainster, at $10 w., $172.18 ; at $9 w., $10.20 ; at $8.50 w., $177.10 

Leafloor, W., labourer, at $9 w., $104.50 ; at .f8 w., $141.34 

Lescimure, A., labourer, at .$9 w., ,$S0. 10 ; at .$S w., $97.49 

Little, Thos., lalwurer, at $9 w., $162.25 ; at $8 w., $34.93 

Maisonneuve, F., labourer, at .$8 w., .$112 ; at 1.5c. h., $4.35 

Mather, D. J., labourer, at $9 w., .$84.75 ; at .$8 w., $105.33 

Melvin, J., labourer, at .$9 w., $175 ; at .$8.50 w., .$96..33 ; at $8 w., $81.33 

Moffatt, R., labourer, at .$9 w., .$84.10 ; at .$8 w., $16.40 

Mulli£?an, Alex., stableman, at $44 m., $396 : at 15c. h., $29.40 

Mulligan. Andrew, stableman, at $48 m., $1.32 ; at 15c. h., $1.20 . . 

McAdoo, Wm., labourer, atS44iii., $177 ; at$9 w., $169.60 ; at.$8 w., $13.33 ; at $1.40 d., $25.20 

McClelland, S., labourer, at $9 w., $31.80 ; M.-Far1ane, W., labourer, at .$9 w., .S70.65 

McCrath, Jno., teamster, at -SIO w., $178..33 ; at .§9 w., $6.45 ; at .$8.50 w,, $184.16 

McKnight, W., labouier, at m w., $89.50 ; at $8..50 w., $110.51 

Nevins, Jos., bus driver, at $9 w., $42'i..55 ; Nevins, L., labourer, at 75c. d., $3 

Nothnagel, B., labourer, at $9 w., $165.70 ; at .$8 w., $165.34 

Patridge, Geo., labourer, at .$44 m.. $136.50 ; at $9 w., $35 ; at .$8 w., .$36 

Pelletier, -J., labourer, at $9 w., $169.15 ; at $8 w., $164.01 ; Perrin, G., gardener, at $10 w., 

$433 

Poulin, G., labourer, at $9 w., $121.75 ; Proudman, Jno., stableman, at $44 m., $396 

Quinlan, Jos., labourer, at $9 w., $51.50 ; Read, H., labourer at $10 w., $488.83 

Ralph, Amos., labourer, at $9 w., $89.95 ; at $S..oO w., $93.50 ; at $8 w., $71.49 

Read, F. W., mail driver, at .$9 w., $216.40 ; at -$8 w., $150.64. . . 

Richards, H.. labourer, at $9 w., $33. 45 ; R )bertson, R. H., labourer at $9 w., $16.80 

Roe, Geo., labour^-r, at $9 w., $6 ; Russell, H., labourer, at .$9 w., $166.90 ; at .$8 w., $171.20 
Sabourin,jA., labourer, at -$8 w., $24 ; at 15c. h., 45c. ; Scott, J. A., carpenter, at $2 d., $45.56. 

Simkins, A., labourer, at $9 w., .$116.50 ; at .$8.50 w., $182.74 

Summers, A., labourer, at $9 w., $191..50 ; at .$8 w., .$200.01 

Taggart, Jas., foreman, at $11 w., $431.63; Thompson, W., labourer, at $9 w., $27.30 

Vaughan, S., labourer, at $9 w., $187 ; at -$8 w., .$36 

Villeneuve, J. R., labourer, at .$9 w., $1.58.50 ; at $8.50 w., $130.33 ; at $8 w., $47.06 

Wicker, H., labourer, at $9 w., $166.95 ; at $8 w., $31.34 



Divided as follows : — 

Salaries 

Farm work 

Care of stock. . 

Feed for stock 

Live stock 

Stock account steers 

Dairy department 

Horticultural department 

Poultry department 

Chemical department 

Entomological and botanical department 

Forestry departiU' nt and care of grounds 

Office, help, drawing mail and mes-enger service. 

Seed testing and care of greenhouses 

Distribution of seed grain and potatoes 

Distribution of trees and tree seeds 

Seeds, grain, trees, &c 

Blacksmithing and harness supplies 

Implements, tools, hardware, &c.' 

Aiboretum 

Veterinary services and drugs 

Manure and fertilizers 

Cereal division 

Travelling expenses 

Telegram.-^ and telephones 

Printing and stationery.. . 

Newspai)ers and periodicals 

Contingencies 

Exhibitions 

Bee supplies, &c 

Draining. . 

Clearing land 



$ cts. 
44,527 32 



265 17 
359 48 
305 84 
177 59 

197 18 
116 35 
190 08 
352 66 
11 '0 50 
425 40 
433 20 
385 13 
102 45 
308 94 
200 01 
423 55 
331 04 
207 50 

766 16 
517 75 
540 33 
254 94 
367 04 

50 25 
344 10 

70 01 
299 24 
391 51 
458 93 
223 00 
335 89 

198 29 



54,286 83 



5,024 96 

3,541 76 

2,930 83 

2,961 32 

542 37 

1,109 89 

851 01 

4,809 59 

2.6.54 36 

4,104 55 

3, .'.66 67 

1,071 49 

4,483 40 

1,118 76 

5,286 23 

69 78 

373 92 

813 80 

617 69 

1,188 25 

121 98 

236 10 

3,200 35 

1,216 27 

186 82 

. 709 14 

132 26 

332 60 

809 20 

145 32 

16 50 

59 66 

54,286 83 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-33 



Branch Experimental Farm, Nappan, N.S. 

Robertson, R., superintendent : 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,600 per annum 

Amherst Foundry Co.: 1 stove, $6.50 ; sundry repairs and supplies, $0.87 

Barnes, W. L., Maccan : oats, 100 bush, at 55c., 200 bush, at 50c.; middlings 36 bags at $1.25; 

corn, 4 bags at $1.60 

Berry, A. C, postage stamps, July 18, 1906 to March 26, 1907 

Blenkhorn, H. B. : manure 30 loads at 85c. ; straw 1| ton at $5 ; ashes 5 brl. at $1 

Douglas and Co., Amherst : hose 100 ft., .§11.50; blue stone 100 lb. .S9 ; vetches 5 bush. .S9..50 ; 

vitriol 100 lb. .S8 ; timothy seed, 112 lb. at 7c.; rope, 49 lb. at 16c.; paris green, 17 lb. at 

25c. ; ashes, 11 lbs. $4 ; helibore, 10 lb. $2.50 ; sundry supplies, $21.72 

Dowlin Bros., Amherst, sundry blacksmithing 

Elderkin, A., Maccan, bedding, 7^ tons at $5 

Fawcett Honey Co., Memramcook, bee supplies. 

Granby Carriage Co., 1 concord waggon, rubber tires .... 

Henry, B., BelU Cornei-s, 42 steers 40,613 lb. at 4c 

Intercolonial Railway, freight chai'ges.- 

Langill, D., sundry blacksmithing 

Lawrence, A. E., Amhers% steers, 6,591 lb. at 4?c 

Lowther, T., Amherst, steers, 2,591 lb. at 4§c 

Noiles, Bedford, straw, 3"47 tons at .$6 . 

Nova Scotia Telephone Co., Amherst, 6 m. to Nov. 12, 1906 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Montreal : bran, 8 tons, $180 ; oil cake meal, 4 tons, $146 ; cracked 

corn, 60 bis., $171 ; nestor, 20 brl. $55 ; less freight, $69.44 

Rennie, Wm., Co., Toronto : seed, clover, 10 lb. at 21c., 20 lb. at 18c., 100 lb. at 20c., 300 lb. 

at 18^c., 300 lb. at 17ic., 80 lb. at 15c.; timothy, 300 lb. at 7c.; peas, 12 bush, at $1.45; 

vetches, 5 busli. at $1.70 ; sundry seeds, $22.18 

Robertson, Mrs. R., meals to visitors, 73 at 50c 

Savage, Chas., Amherst, sundry repairs and harness supplies 

Silliker and Co., Amherst: labour, 70 hrs., $17.50; board, $3; sundry lumber, $6.10; sundry 

hardware supplies, $10.15 

Smith, W. H., Fenwick, straw, 2-98 tons at $7 

Vilas, W. F. , Cowansville, plough points, 24 

Warden of Kingston Penitentiary, manila twine, 125 lb. at ll|c 

Wood, C, Maccan : sundry blacksmithing and repairs 

Subscriptions to newspapers . 

King's Printer's account, $14.57 ; stationery oiBce, -$6 ; telephone messages, $9.82 

Travelling expenses : — 

Grisdale, J. H., $;53.25 ; Robertson, R., $178.50 ; Saunders, Wm., $1.50 . . 

Sundry payments under $10 : — 

Bayer, I. A. S., $2.50 ; Bligh & Prince, 40c. ; Boss, A. E., $5 

Canadian Express Co., $5.70 ; Chapman Bros., $4.50 ; Customs Dept., 29c 

Dunlap, Bros. & Co., $9.4l ; Gould, D., $7.54 ; Graham Bros., 95c 

Graves, L. A., $7.40 ; Harrison, David, S7.24 ; Hillcoat Co., .$3.65 

Maritime Heating Co., $1 ; Martin, C. L. & Co.; $6.53 ; McKay, C, $5.34 

Ormond, W. L., $1.56 ; Pridham, R. T., $1..50 ; Ripley, G. W., $3.88 

Shipley, E., $5.12 ; Segers Bros., $1.08 ; Smith, W. P. & Co., 90c 

Winona Nursery Co., $5.46 ; Wood, M. L., $7.56 ; Wood, W. W., $6.25 



Wages, July 1, 1906, to March 31, 1907. 

Ayer. W., labourer, at $1.30 d., $15.60 ; Blenkhorn, H. B., teamster, at $1.40 d., $322 

Blenkhorn, Wm., horticulturist, at $50 m., $250, labourer at $1.30 d., $146.90 

Bowser, W., labourer, at $1.30 d., $144.95 ; Chappell, C. labourer, at $1.30 d., $328.90 

Coates, Thos., foreman, at $50 m., $450 ; Donaldson, Robt., herdsman, at .$50 m., $450 

Middleton, W., labourer, at $1.30 d., $51.35 ; McCall, .John, labourer, at $1.30 d., $31.20. . . 
McPherson, A., labourer, at $1.30 d., .$48.10; McVicar, J. E., labourer, at $1.30 d., $16.90. 
Reynolds, A., labourer, at $1.30 d., .$6^.35 ; Richardson, G., labourer, at $1.30 d., $5.20. . . . 

Richardson, Jos., teamster, at $1.40 d., $183.40 ; labourer, $1.30 d., $154.70 

Richardson, Luther, teamster, at $1.40 d., $317.80 ; Robertson, R. J., labourer, at $1.30 d 

$170.30 

Richardson, Leeander, labourer, at $1.30 



Divided as fi'Jlows : — 

Salaries 

Farm work 

Care of stock 

Feed for stock 

Stock account steers 

Horticultural department 

Poultry department 

Forestry department and care of grounds. 



Carried forward . 



1,200 OO 


13 37 


206 40 


84 45 


36 12 


86 15 


11 25 


38 99 


15 35 


86 00 


1,624 52 


265 77 


11 99 


290 00 


114 00 


20 82 


12 50 



482 56 



214 03 


36 50 


42 60 


36 75 


20 86 


12 00 


1+ 38 


12 70 


24 42 


30 39 


213 25 


7 90 


10 49 


17 90 


IS 29 


12 87 


6 94 


7 10 


19 27 



337 60 


396 90 


473 85 


900 00 


82 55 


65 00 


69 55 


338 10 


488 10 


5 20 



8,515 73 



1,200 00 


1,277 25 


748 90 


875 76 


2,188 37 


486 49 


163 85 


158 80 



7,099 41 



1— 3d 



D-34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 19C8 



Brancli, Experimental Farm Nappan, N.S. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Divided as follows — Concluded. 

Office help, messenger service and drawing mail. 

Distribution of seed grain and potatoes 

Seed grain, trees, kc 

Blacksmithing and harness supplies , .' . 

Implements, tix>ls, hardware, &c 

Veterinary services and drugs 

Manure and fertilizers 

Travelling expenses 

Telegrams and telephones 

Printing and stationery 

Newspapers and periodicals 

Exhibitions 

Contingencies 

Bee supplies, &c 

Draining 



Brancli Experimental Farm, Brandon, Man. 



Wolverton, N., superintendent, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,600 per annum 

Parkin, M. R., office assistant, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8650 per annum 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 12 ni. to June 1, 1907 

Brandon Harness Co. : blankets, 2 pr., §12 ; (5 brushes, Si. 50 ; repairing harness and sundry 

supplies, .?29. 30 

Brown & Mitchell : twine, 300 lb., S44 ; rubber belting, 50 ft., §11.50 ; hay forks, 10, S5.60 ; 

straw forks, 2, S2 ; gal v. pails, 9, $3; brooms, 6, 82.40; axes, 2, §2.50; sundry hard 

ware supplies, -$30.26 

Campbell, K.: post.-ige stamps, 180 at 10c., 100 at 5c., 3,000 at 2c., 1,280 at Ic; rent of P.O 

box, S5; 1 P.O. key, 30c , 

Canadian Oil Co.: engine oil, 28 gal. at 40c.; grease, 2 casea at $2.75 

Canadian Pacific Ry., freight charges 

Carrick & Hardaker: new shoes, 59 at 50c. ; shoes set, 88 at 2oc. ; tyres set, 10, $7.50; I set 

sleighs, ?19 ; 1 wagon axle, $4 ; sundry blacksmithing, §47 .25 

Clendening Bros., 1 Yorkshire boar. . . 

Coxe & Robinson, V.S., piofessional services and medicine 

Dominion Express Co., express charges.- 

Fleming, J. W.: alcohol, ^ gal., S3. 25 ; sundry drug supplies, $9.80 

Gilbert, Alfred, meals to threshers, 146 at 25c 

Hughes & Co. : 1 case pigeon holes, S20 ; sundry lumber, SI . 55 

Ma.ssey-Harris Co., sundry implement supplies 

Mcintosh, Geo., Oak River, 12 steers, 11,4:35 lb. at 3^ 

McKenzie, A. E. & Co.: bags, 1,500 at 15ic. ; corn, 5 bush , $9.55, 95 lb. ,$3.39 ; rye, 2 bush., 

$2.30 ; rye grass, 25 lb., $2.75 ; sundry supplies, $2.10 

Nichol, Wm. , 1 mare 

Robertson, P. C, threshing : wheat, 1,389 bush, at 5c.; oats and barley, 5,010 bush, at 4ic 

Smith & Burton : clothes baskets, 2,S3 ; hire of vases, $9.20 ; sundry, $2 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Winnipeg: bee hives, 5, $7.75; brood foundation, 10 lb. at 57c.; 

sundry bee supplies, $5.76 

Sylvester Mfg. Co. , threshing 930 bush, grain 

Travelling expenses, Saunders, Wm , 

Subscriptions lo newspapers, periodicals, &c 

King's Printer's account, $21.59 ; Stationery Office, $14.95 



$ cts. 


7,099 41 


180 00 


76 00 


237 51 


170 79 


94 81 


25 


43 16 


52 70 


22 32 


16 63 


24 42 


300 63 


166 20 


15 90 


15 00 


8,515 73 



Sundry payments under $10 — 

Alexander Milling Co., $5.30 ; Brandon Pump and Windmill Works, §3.25. 

Brandon Machine Works Co., .§1.50 ; Campbell, Manson Co., SI .50 

Canadian Northern Ry., .§1.45 ; C.P. Ry. Co's. telegraph, §5.85 

Cockshutt Plough Co., S6 ; Cole, John, §5 ; Collins, A., §3.95 

Dominion Live Stock Assn., §7.50 ; Fraser, A. C. & Co., $7.45 

Grant, A., §0.50 ; Green, R., $3.50 ; Halpin, N. J. & Co., $1 

Graham Bro.s., 95c. ; Lawrence Dairy Supply Co., §3.25 , 

Manitoba Windmill and Pump Co., §2.50 ; Miller, H. H., §2.50 

Muncey & King, .§5.50 ; McMdlan, A., §1.05 ; Segers Bros., .?6.33 

Smith ife Inglis, §5 ; Warners, Ltd., §7.90 ; Whiteside, E. R., §5.50 

Wheat City Business College, SI ; Wolverton, B., $1.65 

Wolverton, D., .SI. 32; Wolverton, H., §6.60; Wolverton, J., §4.02 

Zink Bros., $1.75 ; Registration fees, Ottawa L.S. Records, §1.50 

Carried forward 



1,200 00 

487 50 

55 00 

45 80 



101 26 



101 10 


16 70 


17 21 


129 25 


20 00 


38 25 


15 11 


13 05 


36 50 


21 55 


37 95 


400 23 


252 59 


225 00 


294 90 


14 20 


19 21 


22 50 


11 15 


27 70 


36 54 


8 55 


3 00 


7 30 


14 95 


14 95 


11 00 


4 20 


5 00 


12 88 


18 40 


2 65 


11 94 


3 25 



3,758 32 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-85 



Brancb Experimental Farnif Brandon, inawt.— Cmicluded. 



Brought forward 



Wages, Jxdy 1, 1906, to March 31, 1907. 

Bickford, A. F., labourer at SI. 50 d., S39.45; Brown, A., labourer at ?1.75 d., $109.37, at 
81.50 d., §40.50 

Brownson, J., labourer at $1.75 d., $151.03, at SI. 50 d., $85.80, at §1.25 d., S122.22 

Coldnian, A. H., teamster at $1.25 d., §10; Cole, E., labourer at SI. 50 d., $51.60 

Cole, John, gardener at -SoO m., §200, at $55 m., $275 

Cole, Maurice, labourer at SI. 75 d., $47.25, at SI 50 d., $37.50, at $1.25 d., $4.37 

French, A. E., teamster at $2 d., $166, at $1 .75 d., SL'6.2% at SI .50 d., S150 

Gilbert, A., lalwurer at $1 .75 d., $109.73, at $1 ..50 d., $160.83 

Green, R. J., labourer at $1.75 d., $47.25, at $1 .50 d., $48.45 

Matley, A. J., labourer at $1.75 d., $40.51, at $1 .50 d., 839.30 

Moore, Geo., labourer at $2 d., $88.40, at $1.75 d., $91, at $1.50 d., §122.67, at $1.25 d., 
$12.50 

McCVea, A., foreman, 9 ra. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $-55 

Ralford, R. A., team.ster at $2 d., $161, at §1.75 d., .§87.50 

Robinson, Jas., teamster at -$2 d., $146, at .$1.75 d., $47.77 

Rowan, V., sen., teams,ter at $2 d., .$65, at §1 .75 d., §49.87. 

Rrtwan, v., jnn., teamster at §2 d., §163.80, at $1.75 d., §96.60, at S1..50 d., .$129 

Shilson, A., teamster at $2 d., §1.59.80, at $1 .75 d., $42 

Thornton, Ja.s., stockman, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $50 ... 



Divided as follows : — 

Salaries 

Farm work 

Care of stock 

Feed for stock 

Live stock 

Stock account, steers 

Horticultural department 

Poultry department 

Forestry department and care of grounds . 

Office help and messenger service. 

J')istribution of seed grain and potatoes . . . 

II trees and tree seeds 

Seeds, grain, trees, &c 

Blacksmithing and harness supplies 

Implements, tools, hardware, &c 

Veterinary services and drugs 

Manure and fertilizers. . , 

Travelling expenses 

Telegrams and telephones 

Printing and stationery 

Newspapers and periodicals 

Contingencies 

Exhibitions 

Bee supplies 

Draining 



Brancli Experimental Farm, Indian Head, Sask< 

Mackay, Angus, superintendent, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,600 per annum 

Reynolds, B. J., clerk, 9 m. to 31 Mar. 1907, at .§02.50 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. to April 8, 1907 

Bowser, S. F. & Co., Indiana : 1 tank and pump 

Bulstrode, C. G. : 1 berkshire boar 

Cox, O. : 1 cow, 1,070 lb. at 2ic 

Fleury, H. : sundry harness repairs and supplies . . 

Gerry, A. Y. : gasoline, 6 gal., §2.75 ; coal oil, 2 gal., 7.5c. : brooms, 2, §1 ; coimecting pump 

on windmill, .§2.50 ; sundry repairs and supplies, $8.26 

Giaham, N., V.S. : professional services and medicine 

Laird, C. T. : gasoline, 259 gal., $111.37; coal oil, 46 gal., .§16.10; cyl. oil, 5 gal., $7; raw 

oil, 4 sal., §4 ; machine oil, 6 gal., -§.3.80; rubber belting, 100 ft., $-50; sta'ule brooms, 3, 

$3.70; galv. pails, .5, $2.90; twine, 24 balls, $.5.05; spades, 2, .$2; salt, 315 lb., $3.15; 

sundry hardware supplies, $50.21 

Massey-Harris Co. : 1 neck yoke, .§1..50 ; sundry parts of machinery, $14.35 

Melotte Cream Separator Co. : r^ijairing cream separator, &c 

Mackay, Angus : twine, 400 lb. at 13c. ; meals to visitors, 61 at 50c. ; picking caragana seeds, 

7 d. at $1.25 ... . -^ 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
3,758 32 



189 32 
359 05 

61 60 
475 00 

89 12 
412 25 
270 56 

95 70 

79 81 

314 57 
495 00 
248 50 
193 77 
114 87 
389 40 
201 80 
450 00 



8,198 64 


1,200 00 


3,003 97 


548 25 


10 30 


264 50 


400 23 


313 05 


87 15 


273 25 


729 50 


316 00 


9 52 


39 94 


180 55 


212 68 


51 25 


159 50 


11 15 


60 85 


39 94 


22 45 


103 60 


71 95 


23 06 


6 00 


8,198 64 


1,200 00 


562 50 


14 00 


28 00 


16 00 


26 75 


12 70 


,15 26 


34 59 


259 2.8 


15 85 


13 58 


91 25 



2,289 67 



1-31D 



D-36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Branch Experimental Farm, Indian Head, Sa.tiit,— Continued. 



Brought forward 



McVicar, E. L. & Co. : 1 plough, Jo.t ; sundry parts of machinery, $16.25 

North, John R. : 8 steers, 8,870 lb. at 3c 

Northwest i'hresher Co. : 1 belt guide for separator 

Orchard, A. G. : colic mixture, 22 oz., $2 ; sundry drug supplies, $13.30 

Shelford & Fleming : new shoes, 27 at 50c. ; shoes set, 82 at 25c. ; sundry blacksmithing and 

supplies, $37. 75 

Starr, D. H. & Co. : telephone exchange, (j ra. to Sept. 30, 190C, .$12 ; repairing line, $1.50. . 

Wilsou, Wm. : linseed meal, 1,200 lb., $24 ; sundry supplies, $3.82 

Travelling expenses : Mackay, Angus, 70c. ; Saunders, Wm., $11.15 - 

Subscription to newspapers and books. 

King's Printer's account : printing, &c 

Stationery Office, Ottawa : simdry stationery supplies 

Petty expenses : postage, $372.33 ; sundry outlay, $38.91 

Sundry payments under $10 — 

Brooks, E. J. & Son, $0.70 ; Cockshutt Plough Co., $2 ; Conn, Jas., $2.35 

Dom. Express Co., $2.06 ; Eraser, A. M. & Co., $7.50 ; Heaven, C. C, $2.75 

Graham liros., 95c. ; Imperial Hotel, $8.50 ; Indian Head Machine Works, $1.25 

Sharpe, W. H. B., $1 ; Segers Bros., $1.08 ; Sherwood, A. W., $7.50 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co 



Wages, July 1, 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907. 

Aldred, A, labourer at $41 m., $41 ; Brubacker, N., labourer at $2 d., $00. .' 

Atkinson, R., labourer, at $49 m. $49, at $41 m. $41, at $1.50 d. $23.25, at $1.25 d. $174.38. . 
Bird, D., labourer, at $52 m. $52, at $45 m. $45, at $41 m. $41, at $1.73 d. $44.98, at $1.52 d. 

$6.08, at $1.33 d. $21.28, at .$1.25 d. $150 

Carter, E., labourer, at $49 m. $49, at $45 m. $13."), at $43 m. $43, at $1.82 d. $28.21, at $1.61 

d. $44.28, at $1.33 d. $18.02 ; at -$1.25 d. $17.50 

Culling, W. F., teamster, at $44 m. .$44, at $1.86 d . $39.00, at $2 d. $49, at $1.57 d. $47.10, at 

$1.25 d. $63.75 

Fell, F., labourer, at $49 m. $49, at §41 m. $41, at $1.52 d. $40.00, at $1.25 d. $160 

Ferguson, P., labourer at $1..50 d., $110.25 ; Fisheuden, A., labourer at $2 d., $65 

Godfrey, Jos., labourer, at $41 m. .$41, at $1.96 d. $40.00, at $1.82 d. $41.80, at $1.52 d. $6.08 
Good, D., labourer, at $1.96 d. $40.18, at $1.82 d. $41.86, at $1.58 d. $35.55, at $1.52 d. $10.64 
Hampshire, G., teamster, at $52 m. $52, at $44 m. $88, at $1.86 d. $44.64, at $1.57 d. $0.28, at 

$1.25 d. §138.75 

Harcourt, W. V., foreman, at $50 m. $2.50, at $1.92 d. $19.20 

Heaven, C. C, gardener at $45 m., $90 ; Leonard, G., labourer at $1.58 d., $37.92 . 

Makepeace, T., stableman, at $52 m. $52, at $44 m. $44, at $1.80 d. $44.64, at $1.57 d. $23.55 
Makepeace, T. J., teamster, at $52 in. $.52, at $44 m. $88, at $1.92 d. $32.04, at $1.86 d. 

$42.78, at $1.57 d. .$5.5 i, at $1.25 d. $48.44 ; foreman at $50 m., $150 

Paget, E. A., labourer, at $49 m. $49, at $41 m. $41, at $1.82 d. $34.58, at $1.67 d. $43.42, at 

$1.52 d. $0.08, at .$1.25 d. $35 

Skene, A., cattleman, at $45 m. S4.5, at $150 d. $16.50 

Smedlev, F., labourer, at $1.80 d. $31.50, at $1.50 d. $31.87, at $1.25 d. $13.75 

Wilson, W., laboier at $1.25 



Less— Proceeds of sale of 16 cattle, 19,500 lb. at 4c. 



Divided as follows : — 

Salaries 

Farm work . . 

Care of stock 

Feed for stock 

Live stock 

Stock account steers 

Horticultural department 

Poultry department 

Forestrj- department and care of grounds 

Office help, messenger service and drawing mail. 

Distribution of seed grain and potatoes 

Distribution of trees and tree seeds 

Seed, grain, trees, &c 

Blaclcsmithing and harness supplies 

Implements, tools, hardware, &c 

Veterinary services and drugs 

Travelling e.xpenses 

Telegrams and telephones 

Printing and stationery .... 

Newspapers and periodicals 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 
2,289,67 



71 25 


266 10 


12 50 


15 30 


71 75 


13 50 


27 82 


11 85 


3 50 


21 29 


43 91 


411 24 


11 05 


12 31 


10 70 


9 58 


3 99 


101 00 


287 63 



360 34 

335 61 

242 91 
290 66 
175 25 
135 00 
128 23 

329 67 
269 20 
127 92 
164 19 

419 36 

209 08 
61 50 
77 12 
58 75 



7,080 73 
780 00 



6,300 73 



1,200 00 

2,654 52 

620 65 

31 67 

16 25 

292 85 

180 00 

51 66 

68 25 

652 50 

139 66 

8 75 

15 89 

94 15 

490 97 

58 60 

11 85 

29 85 

47 19 

3 50 



6,668 76 



AGRTCOLTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D— 37 



Brancli Experlnieutal Farm, Indian Head, Sask> — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Divided as follows— Concluded. 

Contingencies 

Bee supplies 

Less — Proceeds of sale of cattle 

Brancli Experimental Farm, Agaeslz. 

Sharpe, Thos. A., superintendent, 9 ni. to Mar. 31, 1907. at .§1,600 per annum 

Brackman-Ker Milling Co.: oil cake, 2,000 lb., §42 ; clover, 250 lb. at 18c.; rye grass, 200 lb, 
at 9c 



Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., freight charges 

Chapman, J. H., services and sundry outlay fitting up exhibit at Victoria and New West- 
minster 

Davison, S. .J. : 1 set harness, $48 ; sundry harness supplies, §16.25 

Dominion ExpreSvS Co., express charges 

Hoffard, S. G., postage stamps for 10 m. to Mar., 1907 

Horwell, A., horse-shoeing and smithwork, July 10, 1906, to Mar. 20, 1907 

Inkman, C: coal oil, 11 cases, $38.75, 30 gal., $11 40 ; machine oil, 4 gal., $3 ; sacks, 150, 
.Sl4 ; paper bags, 475, $1.25 ; oil cake meal, 5 sacks, S9.50 ; lye, 1 case, .$5 ; nail.s, 143 lb., 
S7.15 ; boots, 1 pr., $4.75 ; duck, 11 yds., -$2.75 ; brooms, 5, $2.50 ; sundry supplies, .§35.10 

Trapp, T. J. & Co.: gal v. pipe, 261^ ft. at 8c.; belting, 50 ft. at 38c.; 1 steel plough, S17.50 ; 
buggy rugs, 2, $15 ; sheep dip, 2§ gal. at $1.50 ; stable brooms, 4, §4.10 ; sundry supplies 
812.85 : 



Victoria Chemical Co.: muriate of potash, 1,000 lb., $27.50; phosphate powder, 1,0001b., $13.75 

Webster Bros. , binder twine, 100 lb. at 16c 

Travelling expenses — 

Chapman, J. H., $61.90 ; Saunders, Wm., $11.15 : Sharpe, Thos. A., $22.10 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

King's Printer's account, $13 . 73 ; Stationery Office, $6 . . 

Petty expenses, cleaning office, $11 . 25 ; sundry, SS 33 

Sundry payments under $10 — 

Anderson & Lusby, $6.70 ; Curtis, D. S. & Co., S2.50 ; Gilley Bros., $3.20 

Graham Bros., 95c.; Hadwen, G. H., $4; Kirk, H. T., 81.25 

Lemon, M. M., $3.80 ; MacKay, J. J. & Co., $2.25 ; Ralph, W. A., $5 

Rennie. Wm., Co., $3.57; Schaake Machine Works, $1.75; Vancouver Hardware Co., 

,58.90 

Andrew, J., labourer at $1.75 d., $91.86; August, A., labourer at SI. 75 d., $69.56 

Coleman, S., teamster at $1.90 d., .$384.65 ; Fozzard, John, teamster at $1.90 d., $421.32. . . 
Leyland, G. D., labourer at gl .40 d., $8.40 ; McCiillum, M., labourer at $175 d., .$156.27 . . 

McKay, Alex., foreman at $65 m., .$585 ; McLean, Robt., labourer at $1.75 d., $395.07 

McRae, Jno., carpenter at $3.50 d., §14 ; Ogilvie, L., stableman at $1.50 d., $353.40 

Pettis, Geo., labourer at $1.75 d., $82. 71 ; Sharpe, M. A., office asst. at §10 m., $90 

Tyrer, Jas., teamster at $1 .90 d 



Divided as follows : — 

Salaries 

Farm work 

Care of stock 

Feed for stock 

Live stock 

Poultry department 

Forestry department and care of grounds. 
Distribution of seed grain and jrotatoes . . 

Seeds, grain, trees, &c 

Blacksmithing and harneS'S supplies 

Implements, tools, hardware, &c 

Office help and messenger service 

Veterinary services and drugs 

Manure and fertilizers 

Travelling expenses 

Printing and stationery 

Telegrams and telephones 

Newspapers and ixjriodicals 

Exhibitions 

Contingencies 

Clearing land 

Draining 



$ cts. 
6,668 76 



407 63 
4 34 



7,080 73 
780 00 

6,300 73 



,200 00 


105 00 

18 84 


143 40 
64 25 
46 55 
68 02 
60 40 



138 15 



93 37 
41 25 

16 00 

95 15 

11 50 
19 73 
19 58 

12 40 
6 20 

11 05 

17 22 
161 42 
805 97 
164 67 
980 07 
367 40 
172 71 
413 53 



5,256 83 



1,200 00 

2,150 80 

404 50 

55 90 

1 00 
60 76 
65 15 

83 CO 
67 52 

140 83 

251 70 

90 00 

8 15 

143 35 

33 25 

15 98 

2 60 
14 50 

296 70 

84 52 
17 50 
69 12 

5,256 83 



D-38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1991 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



^exv Farms. 
Lacomlie ($11,179.09)— 

Hubton, G. H., .superintendent, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $100 

Campbell & Titswoith : 1 hay fork and track, $50 ; 1 scale 2,000 lb., $35, 1 scale 240 l)j., 
iS8.50 ; 1 feed cooker, 30 gal., $31 ; 2 robes at $15 ; 3 rugs, $15 ; blankets, 4 at $3, 
9 at $1.50 ; wheelbarrows, 2 at $6, 2 at $4.50 ; 1 vice and anvil, $5; nails, ICO lb., 
.$4.50; log chains, 3, $7 ; 2 grain cradles, .$6; 1 set measures, $5.90; 1 set planes, 
$8.25 ; 1 snt bits, $7 ; 1 brace, $2.75 ; hand saws, 2, $4.75 ; 1 rip saw, $2.75 ; forks, 
4 at $1, 6 at C5c, ; 1 steel tape, $4.50 ; 1 measuring chain, $3.50 ; garden hoes, 6 at 
45c. ; galv. pails, 6 at 45c. ; sundry implements and supplies, $61 .35 

Can. Pac. lly. Co., freight charges 

Elliott, W. L., 1 .set brass team harness 

riewelling, H. F. : purchase of land quarter of section No. 24, $5,000 ; hay, 9 tons at $8. 

Gibson, Murray, oats, 143 1 bush, at 25c 

Hutton, G. H. : 1 mare, $300 ; house rent, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $20 

Moody, M., & Sons Co. : 1 thresher, $142.50; freight, $73.44.. 

Morris & Taj^lor : truck wagons, 2 at $88 ; 1 driving buggy, $130 ; 1 surry wagon, 
extension top, $175 ; 1 gang plough, $83 ; 1 set light bobs, $68 ; 1 cutter sleigh, $60 ; 
1 mower, $57 ; horse rake, 1, $36 ; harrows, 1 at $39, 1 at $37.50, 1 at $19, 1 at $16.. 

McFetridge, G. H. : 1 binder, $160; 1 windmill, $120; 1 packer, 12 ft., $105; 1 team 
wagon, $93 ; sleighs, 2 set at $36 ; 1 drill, $97 ; 1 roller, $64 ; 1 straw cutter, $60 ; 
1 grinder, $52 ; 1 fanning mill, $33 ; 2 scufHers, $22 ; ploughs, 1 at $24, 2 at $20 ; 1 
turnij) drill, $22 

Phillips, G. M., for levels taken , . . . . , 

Riley & McCormick : harness, 1 set at $52.25, 2 set at $50.35, 1 set at $23.75 

Turner, John A., 5 horses at $300 

Travelling expenses, Hutton, G. H 

Stationery Office, 35c. ; petty expenses, $6 . 90 

Sundry payments under $10— 

Fortune, J. W., $8.50 ; Graham Bros., 95c. ; Hope, J., & Sons, $1.20 

McDermid, N. I., $4.35; Reddick, Chas., $7 

Lethbridge ($8,213.61)— 

Fairfield, W. H., superintendent, 8 ra. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $125 

Campbell, Fred., teamster at $2.30 d., $10.35 ; McCulloch, R., stable boy, 4 d. at 25c, 
Reid, D. A., teamster, 4 d. at $2.30. . 

Anderson, A. F. , construction of wire fence 3^ miles 

Austin, Frank, feeding 6 horses 7 d . . 

Bell Telephone Co. : exchange service, 6 m. to Sept. 1, 1907, $12.50 ; messages, $1.50. 

Bently Co. : oats, 2,700 lb. at le. ; hay, 1,100 lb., $8.80 ; sundry supplies, $5.50 

Brodie, John, coal, 8 tons at $3.75, 7 tons at $3.25 

Brodie & Stafford : fence, 720 rods at 60c. ; wagon scales, 5 tons, .$155 ; 1 scale, $f 
barb wire, 2,000 lb., $73 ; 1 roll top desk, $34 ; 1 typewriter desk, $.32 ; adjustable 
hay slings, 6, $.30 : wire gates, 2, $24 ; chair.s, lat .$11.50, lat$8 ; rope, 601b., $11.50; 
staples, 2 kegs, $9.50 ; shovels, 6, $7 ; hoes, 6, $3 ; 1 letter press, $7 ; 1 sec bits, % ' 
anvil and vice, $5; 1 steel tape, $6.50; forks, 4, $3.60; 1 hay carrier, .$6; sundry 
hardware sui)plies, $108.52 

Central Hardware Store : truck wagons, 2, $117.50 ; harrows, 2 at $48, 1 at $37 ; ploughs, 
1 at $>^6, 1 at $23 ; 1 mower, $62 ; 1 rake, $39 ; 1 dump cart, $51.50 ; sundry, $10 ; 
less di.scount, $24 .36 

Chrlsten.sen, Jas., breaking sod, 11| acres at $3 

Easton, A., & Co. : 1 robe, $13 ; 1 set harness and whip, $20 ; sundry, $4.60 

Fairfield, W. H., house rent, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 15*07 

Gray, C. W. : wheat, 770 lb., $14.76; chisels, 1 set, $8; 1 plane, $3; 1 square, $2 
level, .$2.25 ; sundry hardware supplies, $22.80 . . 

Heathershaw, G. W. : 1 democrat wagon, $132.50 ; 1 buggy, $85 ; 1 cutter, $50 ; 1 grain 
cleaner and bagger, $45 . 

Johnston, L. M., rent of stable 1 m • ... 

Lethbridge City, water rates, 6 m. to Apr. 15, 1907 

Lethbridge Electric Co., electric lighting, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Lethbridge P. O., rent of box, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1908 

Lethbridge Saddlery Co. : harness, 3 sets, $114 ; gall cure, 2 cans, 50c. ... 

Matkin, Lee, driving and care of 8 horses from Cardston to Lethbridge 

Moody, M., & Sons Co.: 1 thresher, $142.50 ; freight, .$00.01 

Northwest .Jobbing and Commission Co.: 1 drill, $140 ; 1 top buegy, $120 ; sundry imple- 
ments, $25 ^ 

Oliver, Wm.: lumber. 469 ft. at $28 per M., 10,648 ft. at $27 per M., 24,958 ft. at $26 per 
M., 400 ft. at 13c., 555 ft. at 3c.; concrete blocks, 106, $46.46 ; posts, 940 at 20c.; 1 
bundle laths, 25c. ; cartage, $25. ... 

Postmaster, Lethbridge, postage stamps 

Power, T. C, Co., 1 Campbell sub-surface packer 

Smart Bag Co., b.igs, 3,035 

Tiffin, R., oats, 2,067 lb. at $16 . 75 per ton 

Vanhorn, Chas., 1 team hor.ses 

Western Stationery Co.: ] vertical section and top, $22; 1 Eureka bath, $7.5J; sundry 
stationery supplies, S6 

Wheeler, R. L., hay, 119 ton at $12 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
800 00 



352 55 

23 40 

50 90 

5,072 00 

35 77 

460 00 

215 94 



8e»6 50 



964 00 


10 00 


176 70 


1.500 00 


592 08 


7 25 


10 65 


11 35 


1,000 00 


20 55 


65 CO 


15 75 


14 00 


41 30 


52 75 



981 12 



497 64 
35 25 
37 60 

165 00 

52 81 

312 50 
15 00 
11 26 
27 27 
10 00 

114 50 
25 00 

202 51 

285 00 



1,277 88- 
15 00 
47 50 
55 85 
17 31 
500 00 

35 50 
17 85 



17,127 79 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-39 



New Farms — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Lethbridge — Concluded. 

Wolf, J. W., horses, 6. 

Travelling expenses, Fairfield, W. H 

King's Printer's account, §21.82 ; SUtionery Office, .?r)0.23 

Petty expenses, sundry supplies 

Sundry payments under $10 — 

Devme, C. J., |3 ; Hope, Jas., & Sons, §1 .25 

Lethbridge Co-operative Assn., $5; Whitney, W. D., $9.50 

General ($603. 66)— 

Customs Department, duty on trees, plants and roota 

Douglas, R., & Sons, collection of shrubs 

Moody, M., & Sons Co.: 1 thresher, .?142.50 ; freight, $6.46 

Travelling expenses : MacKay, Angus, $85.85; Saunders, Wm., $326.85 



Distribntlon of Bulletins, Central Experimental Farm, Ottaw^a. 



Guignard, J. A., translating and copying, 468 folios at 15c 

Ottawa Field Naturalists Club, 500 reprints of nature study 

Shutt, Frank T., photographic material 

Topley, Wm. J., photo prints 

Services mailing, &c. — 

Alexander, T., at $10 w., $10.33, at $8.50 w., $31.45 

Belanger, A., 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $.50 

Burnside, C. A., at $8.50 w., $25.68 ; Henderson, W., at $10 w., .$396 83 

Lafloor, Sam., at $10 w., $13.33, at $9 w., $1.50 

Pelletier, Eugene, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 (balance of salary paid from C. Farm). 

Taggart, .Ja.s., at $11 w 

King's Printer's account — 

Bulletin No. 52, French, 14 M 

53, French, 14 M 

54, English, 53 M., $2,338.24 ; French, 14 M., $783.63 

55, English, 50 M 

Envelopes, 203,500, $049.85 ; wrappers, 5 M., $18.47 

Circulars, 19,800, $47 . 89 ; forms, 4,500, $12 . 06 ; posters, 2,000, $7 . 71 

Mailing lists, 300 

Sundry reports, 54,560, $135. 15 ; sundry printing, $64.18 



Lks3— Paid in 1905-6, page D -29, $141.62, in 1907-8, $1,798,78.. 



Fumigating Stations under San Jos^ Scale Act. 

Niagara Fails, Ont. ($336.46)— 

Garner, O. N., supt., Sept. 26 to Dec. 7, 1906, Mar. 15 to 31, 1907, 2-9 m. at $75 ; expenses 
and sundry outlay, .S78. 10 

Lyman, Sons & Co., Montreal, disinfectants, $27. OH ; Smith, H. W, disinfectants, $13.80 
St. John, N.B. ($245.54)— 

Goold, H. E., supt., Oct. 7 to Dec. 7, 1906, Mar, 15 to 31, 1907, 2i m. at $75; expenses 
and sundry outlay, $37 .60 ". , . 

Lyman, vSons & Co., Montreal, disinfectants . . 

St. John.s, Que. ($229.81)— 

Dupuis, P. H., supt., Sept. 26 to Dec. 7, 1906, Mar. 15 to 31, 1907, 2^9 m. at $75 ; expenses 
and sundry outlay, .?6 . 90 

Lyman, Sons & Co., ilontreal, disinfectants 

Vancouver, B.C. ($1,306. .50)— 

Wilson, Tom, supt., 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $100 ; expenses and sundry outlay, $378.75 

Henderson Bros., disinfectants 

McDonald & Wilson, repairs on station 

Pease, Lewis & Scott, cartage 

Wind.-5or, Ont. ($377.47) — 
Wright, C, supt., Sept. 26 to Dec. 7, 1906, Mar. 15 to 31, 1907, 29 m. at $75 ; expenses 
and stnidry fiutlay, $131 .75 

Lyman, Sons & Co., ilontreal, disinfectants 

Wigle, D. L. & Son, sundry hardware supplies 

Winnii-eg, Man. ($462.85)— 

Leith, A. K., supt., Oct. 7 to Dec. 7, 1906, Mar. 15 to 31, 1007, 22 m. at $100 ; expenses 
and sundry outlay, $162.20 . ..." 

Bole Ding Co., disinfectants., $4.04 ; Lyrnan, Sons & Co., disinfectants, $.37.06 

Pulfurd- Leonard Drug Co., disinfectants 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
17,127 79 



1,950 00 


213 95 


72 05 


10 16 


4 25 


14 50 


10 00 


32 00 


148 96 


412 70 


19,996 36 


70 20 


1 00 


27 60 


4 96 


41 78 


450 00 


422 51 


11 83 


275 04 


44 00 


502 21 


3.58 11 


3,121 87 


74l 04 


608 32 


67 66 


179 94 


199 33 


7,190 40 


1,940 40 


5,250 00 



295 60 
40 86 



225 10 
20 44 



224 40 
5 41 

978 75 
56 25 
40 00 

231 50 



349 25 

24 03 

4 19 



412 20 

41 10 

9 55 

2,958 03 



D-40 



AUDITOR GENEIiAL\S REP&itT, W06-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Fumigating Stations under San Jose Scale Act — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

General expenses, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa— 

C. R. Ry. Co. 'a Telegraph, messages, $1.14 ; G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages, $4.20, 
Fletcher, Jas., travelling expenses, $18.11 ; Kinghurn, A. A., fumigating, $1.50. 
T6pley, W. J., mounting photos, 40c.; King's Printer's account," printing, $16 . . . 

Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Brancb> 



Summary of Accounts. 
Live stock division . (Page 



Cow census . 

Dairy division 

Scotsburn creamery 

Cheese account, credit balance sec below 

Brockville curing room 

Cowansville curing room 

St. Hyacinths curing room 

Woodstock curing room ... 

Poultry general 

Ando ver poultry 

Bondville poultry . . 

Bowmanville poultry 

Chicoutimi poultry 

Holmesville poultry ... 

La Trappe poultry, credit balance sec below 

Vernon River, P.E.I., poultry 

Seed division 

Fruit division 

Tobacco division 

C. S. inspection and apartments 

Cold storage bonuses 

Equipment on railways, refrigeration on cars 

Extension of markets 

Ottawa stock 

Capital account. Red Deer, credit balance see below. 



D— 40) 

D— 42) 
D— 42) 
D-4:3) 
D— 43) 
D— 44) 
D-44) 
D-44) 
D— 45) 
D— 45) 
D— 45) 
D-45) 
D - 46) 
D— 46) 
D— 46) 
D— 46) 
D— 46) 
D— 46) 
D— 48) 
D— 49) 
D— 49) 
D-50) 
D— 50) 
D— 50) 
D— 51) 
D— 40) 



Credit balances ; 
Red Deer, $: 



Cheese account, $519.62 ; La Trappe poultry, $45.93 ; Capital account, 



Live Stock Division. 



Salaries at Ottawa, detailed . (Page D— 5) 

Anderson, Duncan, Orillia, Ont.: institute work, services, June 14, 1906, to March 16, 1907, 
107 d. at $4 ; 27 d. at $3 ; travelling expenses, $166.45 ; less paid by N.B. govt, $135. . 

Annis, L. E., Scarboro, Ont.: institute work, Feb. 11 to 27, 1907 ; services, 2 d. at $4 ; ex- 
penses, $11 .40 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, Ottawa, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, $37.50; Winnipeg, 6 
m. to July 1, 1907, $26 ; inessages, $1 .30 

Black, C. H., Winnipeg, furniture and stationery for office 

Bowman, James, Guelph, Ont.: institute work, July 23, 1906, to March 9, 1907; services, 
97^ d. al $4 ; expenses, $625 .21 

Buckle, C, Winnipeg, cleaning offices, 4 m. to March 20, at $10 

Burrell, D. H., Brockville, Ont., 3 setts scales at $4 

Campbell, M., Burford, Out., travelling expenses, Oct. 16 to 19, 1906 

Carlan, Geo.. Warkworth, Ont.: travelling expenses, Feb. 26 to March 18, 1907, $58.40; 
services, 19 d. at $4 

Charron, A. T., Ottawa, expenses attending meetings in Quebec, Feb. 24 to March 7 

Clark, J. W., Canisville, Ont.: judging at Maritime Winter Fair, Dec. 1 to 8, 1906, 8 d. at 
$1 ; expenses, $3S.70 

Couture, J. A., Quebec, inspecting F'rench Canadian horses, expenses, March 10 to 24, 1907. 

Daubigny, Dr. V. T., Terrebonne, Que., travelling expenses, Feb. 26 to March 6 

Davidson, John, Ashburn, Ont.: expenses, July 4 to Sept. 10, 1906, $65.65; services, 5 d. 
at $4 

Dennis, Arsene : travelling and sundry expenses, Feb. 12 to March 31, 1S07, $60.35; ser- 
vices, 19 d. at $5 

Drummond, D., Ottawa, travelling expenses on institute work, July 10, 1906, to March 29, 1907 

Drysdale, Thos., Allan's Corners, Que.: expenses in connection with judging at exhibitions, 
St. Camille and Bedford, $63.15 ; services, 10 d. at $4 

Dupuis, Luc, Auinaies, Que.: travelling expenses, $114.50 ; services, 39 d. at $4 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



2,958 63 



5 34 
19 61 
16 40 



2,999 98 



31,051 50 

3,184 39 

21,369 53 

240 19 



1,036 19 
379 72 

1,279 16 
811 27 
240 10 
1.55 58 
332 63 
336 41 
141 30 
146 51 



294 84 

29,187 69 

22,368 37 

3,136 18 

1,566 65 

3,100 00 

18,964 87 

16,220 47 

40 00 



155,583 55 

583 55 

155,000 00 



5,653 02 

540 45 

19 40 

64 80 
116 55 

1,015 21 
40 00 
12 00 
30 73 

134 40 
62 15 

70 70 

110 60 

21 00 

85 05 

164 35 
300 30 

103 15 
270 50 



8,814 96 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-4:l 



Agriculture and Dairy Coniniissioner's Brancli — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Live Stock — Concluded. 

Elderkin, E. B., Amherst: travelling expenses, 9 m. to March, 31, 1907, §301.10; services 

273 d. at S3 •. 

Elliott, Andrew, Gait : trip to British Columbia, Sept. 10 to Nov. 22, 1907, services, 13 d, 

at $4 ; expenses, $93. 40 

Elliott, Wm., Gait : expense^, Nov. 17 to Dec. 8, .¥51.50 ; services, 22 d. at §4 

Feesey, T. E., stenographer in Winnipeg office, 9 m. to March 31, at $.50 

Ford, A. E., Winnipeg, 2 oak tables with leather tops 

Fortier, Victor, Ottawa, travelling expenses, Feb. 25 to March 13, 1907 

Forster Storage and Cartage Co., Toronto, cartage, &c 

Eraser, W. S., Bradford, Ont. : expenses, trip to Nova Scotia, June-July, 1900, $19.20; 

detailed in 1905-6 (Page D— 31), §15 

Garceau, G., Pointe du Lac : travelling expenses, March 5 to 17, 1907, S44.30 ; services, 11 

d. at.$4 

Gardhouse, .John, Highfield, Ont.: travelling expenses to Calgary, March 29 to 31, 1907, 

$103 25 ; services, 3 d. at $4 

Glendenning, H., Manilla, Ont. : institute work, Feb. 16 to March 23, 1907, expenses, $108.35 ; 

services, 10 d. at §4 

Greig, Geo. II., Winnipeg : salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $150 ; travelling and sundry 

expense--, $407. ?9 

Grey, Geo., Newcastle : travelling expenses, March 14 to 27, $107.10 ; services, 7 d. at $4. . . 

Grisdale, J. H., Ottawa, expenses on institute work in Quebec, Nov. 6-17 

Hallman, A. C, Breslau : travelling expenses, Feb. 24 to March 14, 1907, $39.35; services, 

19 d. at $4 

Klinck, L S., St. Anne de Bellevue, travelling expenses to Buckinghani 

Kydd, W. F., Simcoe, Ont. : travelling expenses to Calgary, -June 17 to Aug. 20, 1907, $67.95 ; 

to Saskatchewan, Feb. 16 to 25, $99.90 ; services, 12 d. at $4, 5 d. at $3 

Lachance, T. O., Chicoutimi : travelling expenses, Aug. 19 to 28, $36 ; services, 8 d. at $4. . . 
Lavallee, L. : travsUing and sundry expenses, March 11 to 27, $50.45 ; services, 17 d. at §5. . 
Leslie, John, Winnipeg: 1 typewriter desk and chair, $49.75; 1 roll top desk, §38; chairs, 

3 at $6.50, 6 at §2.75... 

Logan, S. A., Amherst : expenses attending St. John exhibition, Oct. 8 to 12, $32.40 ; ser- 
vices, 5 d. at §4 

Logan, F. M., Victoria, B.C.: salary, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $100; travelling and sundry 
!!expenses, $322 .30 

Ma on, T. H., Strafford ville, Ont.: travelling and sundry expenses judging, $206.05; ser- 
vices, 27 d. at .$4 

Miller, N. W., Brome, Que., expenses in connection with plots at exhibition grounds 

MacRae, C. M., Ottawa: travelling expenses, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, $477.60; less paid by 
governments of N. B. and Sask., $190 

McElrov, Wra., Richmond, Ont., expenses in connection with experimental plots 

McNeill, E. R : 1 typewriter desk, §35; repairs, &c., $18.40 . 

Ness, Robert, Howich, Que. : travelling and sundry expenses, Jan. 28 to Mar. 27, 1907, $75.65 ; 
services, 4 d. at Bi, IG d. at §5 

Old field, Kirby & Gardner, Winnipeg, rent of office, 9 m. at .$55 

Peoples Gas Supply Co., repairs, &c 

Portelance, P. A., Farnham, Que., travelling and sundry expenses 

Ready, J. C, services in Maritime Provinces, 21 m. to May 4, 1906 

Reed, H. G., Georgetown, Ont., judging at fares: travelling and sundry expenses, $59.80; 
services, 14 d. at §4 

Smith, J. C, Hintonburg, judging at fares : expenses, .$60.40 ; services, 7 d. at -$4 

Spencer, J. B., Ottawa, travelling and sundry expenses 

Standish, J., Walkerton, Ont.: travelling and sundry ex[ienses, §209.98 ; services, 91 d. at .$4, 

4 d. at §3 : les.s paid by N. B. government, §135 

Stephens, W. F., Huntingdon, Que.: travelling and sundry exi»enses to Mar. 31, 1907, $171.60; 

services, 49 d . at .$4 

Starr, J. R., Port Williams, N.S., judging at Yarmouth fair: expenses, $12.45; services, 4 
d. at$4 

Topley Studio, Ottawa, sundry supplies . 

Trudel. J. B., St. Prosper, Que.: travelling expenses, Feb. 25 to Mar. 9, §42.20; services, 
13 d. at $4 

Vigneau, J. H., Three Rivers, Que., expenses in connection with French Canadian records.. 

Winnipeg Paint and Glass Co., 1 basswood stained mahogany ca.se ..... 

Membership fees, §1 ; subscriptions to newspapers, §3.68 

Grants to associations- 
Alberta Live Stock Association .... 

French Canadian Horse and Cattle Breeders Association 

Maritime Stock Breeders Association 

Manitoba Li ve Stock Association ■ ■ • • 

Saskatchewan Stock Breeders Association 

National Records grant 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
8,814 96 

1,120 10 

145 40 

139 50 

450 00 

48 50 

42 98 

54 70 

34 20 

88 30 

115 25 

148 35 

1,757 39 
135 10 

59 77 

115 35 

19 70 

230 85 

68 00 

135 45 

123 75 

52 40 

1,222 30 

314 05 
39 25 

287 60 
34 55 

53 40 

171 05 

495 00 

11 55 

14 50 

525 00 

115 80 

i'S 40 

188 80 

450 98 

367 60 

28 45 

20 98 

94 20 

45 09 

125 00 

4 68 

650 00 

480 00 

1,200 00 

75 00 

250 00 
l.,580 00 



22,833 83 



D-42 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Vraneli— Continued. 

Brought forward, , . 

Live Stock — Concluded. 

Purchasing domesticated reindeer for Canadian Labrador 

Stationery Office, supplies, $593.55 ; King's Printer, printing bulletins, &c., $1,428.74 . . . . 
Mileage books, 1,000 miles each — • 

C. P. Ry. Co., 31 at $10 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 27 at $10 ; I. C. Ry., 10 at $10 

Telegrams, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907— 

C. P. Ry. Co. 's Telegraph, $68 . 23 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co. , $4 . 05 

Express charges : Canadian Express Co., 25c. ; Dom. Express Co., $31 .08 

Payments under $10 — 

Bristow, M. G., Ottawa, $7.10 ; Bryson, Graham & Co., $4 

May, Geo., & Sons, Ottawa, $3 ; Ottawa Sanitary Laundry Co., $5.95 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., $1.75; Quebec Ry., Light and Power Co., $1.20 

Remmington Typewriter Co., $7 .30 ; Rochester, J. L., $4 .50 

Schreiber & Son, Philadelphia, $2 ; Taylor, R. J., Ottawa, 75c 

E.xpenditure in connection with swine sales in the province of Quebec : 102 swine, $2,040 

freight, advertising and sundry expenses, $489.07 ; less proceeds of sale, $2,154.85 . . . . 



Cow Census. 



Bernard, S., Lotbini^re, difference of 4c. a bottle on 250 testing bottles ^ . . 

Bouchard, J. G., Ottawa, travelling expenses, July 2 to Oct. 31, 1906, Jan. -March, 1907 

Burgess, Jos., Woodstock, Ont., sundry expenses testing cattle 

Burrell, D. H. & Co., Brockville, Ont.: corrosive sublimate, 50 pkgs., $70; rent of Babcock 

tester for 1906, $30 ; 1 new tester, $30 ; sundry supplies, $4. 16 

Butterworth & Co., Ottav/a : 1,000 rubber washers, $15 ; 2 speed indicators, $2.50 

Dunn, T. W., Cowansville, travelling and sundry expenses, July-Nov., 1906 

Haseltine, J. W., Woodstock, Ont., travelling expenses, July 5, 190G, to April 1, 1907 

Higgin.s, M. J., Brockville, Ont., livery hire 

Laplante, Adelard, Chicoutimi, Que., travelling and sundry expenses, July 1 to Mar. 28, 1907 

Low, .T. & C, supplies, $22 ; Lyman, Sons & Co., supplies, $17 .12 

Morrow, Eraser, Charlottetown, P.E.I., travelling expenses, Eeb. 13 to March 2, 1907 

Somi-rville, N. G., Brockville, Ont., travelling expenses, Nov. -March, 1907 

Trudel, Isaie, Hull, Que., travelling expenses, July 1, 1900, to March 31, 1907 

Vilas, W. F., Cowansville : 13 boxes at $1 ; 10 bottle racks, $4 ; pipe, 80c . . 

Villeneuve, Edmund, Jonqui^res, Que., travelling and sundry expenses, July-Dec, 1906, 

March, 1907 

Wagner Glass Works, New York : 14 acid burettes at $2 . 25 ; burette stands, 12 at 85c. ; 

pipettes, 30 at 75c.; test bottles, 24 doz., $22. 8u ; hydrom.eters, 6 at $1 ; sundries, $5.82 ; 

customs duties, $25 .07 

Whitall Tatum Co. , New York, 1 crate 4-oz. jars 

Whitley, Chas. F., Ottawa, travelling and sundry expenses, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Stationery Office supplies, .$3.05 ; King's Printer, printing, &c., $33.92. 

Mileage books of 1,000 miles each — 

C. P. Ry. Co., 12 at $10 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 15 at $10 ; I. C. Ry., 2 at .$10 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 31c.; G. N. W. Telegraph Co., $1.50 

Payments under $10 — 

Bell Telephone Co., $1.65; Canadian Dairy Supply Co., $6 

McFarlane, W. E., Harper's Corners, Ont., $1 ; Millar, A., Brockville, $9.25 

Ottawa Forwarding Co 



Less — Sale of apparatus receipts, &c. 



Dairy, General. 



Salaries at Ottawa, detailed (Page D— 5) 

Bell Telejihone Co. : exchange service. Commissioners' office, 9 m. to ISIar. 31, 1907, $56.25 ; 
residence, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, $17.50 ; conversations, $37.60 

Baker, M. R., Guelph, Ont. : expenses to Ottawa and return, July 24-26 

Baudry, C. , Ottawa : drawing, 30 h. at 6flc 

Beaman, H. J., Montreal ; 2 lantern slides, $20 ; cartage, &c., $8 . 

Bryson, Graham & Co., Ottawa : 137 yds. sheeting, $34.26 ; 9 tubs, $5.85 ; sundries, 50c 

Burgess, Jos., Woodstock, Ont. : salary, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,000 per y. ; sundry ex- 
penses, $4.69 

Carson, W. J., Ottawa : repairing and tinting 5 rooms in Canadian bidg. 

Castel, Emile, St. Hyacinthe, Que.: expenses to Ottawa and return . 

Chapais, J. C, St. Denis, Que., inspector: salary, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $125 : expenses, 
$438.30 

Cochrane, R. J., Ottawa : travelling and sundry expenses, Feb. 1 to March 13, 1907 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
22,833 83 



5,000 00 
2,022 29 

680 00 

72 28 
31 33 

11 10 
8 95 
2 95 

11 80 
2 75 

374 22 



31.051 50 



10 00 

325 15 

15 70 

134 16 
17 50 
35 58 

172 66 
19 75 

552 08 
39 12 
35 85 

246 01 

609 94 
17 80 

374 00 



123 89 
18 00 

273 98 
36 97 

290 00 
1 81 

7 65 

10 25 

1 68 



3,369 53 
185 14 



3,184 39 



10,525 39 

111 35 
22 15 
18 00 
28 00 
40 61 

338 04 
25 00 
21 85 

1,563 30 
198 60 

12,892 29 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-48 



Agrfcultnre and Dairying Commissioner's Brancb — Continued. 
Brought forward , 



Dairy, General — Concluded. 

Halpin, David, Ottawa : travelling expenses to Brockville and return, §6.15 ; to Hemming- 

ford, Que., and return, §9 70 

Harris & Barrv, Ottawa : 1 couch, $27 ; hire of 60 chairs, 5 d., §5 

Haseltine, J. W., Woodstock, Ont. : salary, 9 ni. to March 31, 1907, at $60 

Helmer, A. D., Ottawa : cartage to Post Office, 402 trips at 25c 

Lemir-ux, J. N., St. Hyaciuthe, inspector : salary, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $1,000 per y. ; 

sundry expenses, $31.62 

Low, J. & C, Ottawa : carpenter work, repairs to rooms, &c., 45 h. at 35c 

McKenzie, D. E., Beaverton, Ont. : services. Mar. 8 to 31, 1907, $51.60 ; expenses, $34.27. .. 
McPherson, D. M., Lancaster, Ont. : services, Feb. 8 to Mar. 31, 1907, at $100; 1 micro- 
scope, $50 

McCoiniack, Jno., Montreal : services, Oct. 1 to 12. 1906, 12 d. at $1.. 50 

Morrow, F. T., Charlottetown : services, Feb. 13 to Mar. 2, 1907, 18 d. at $2 . . . 

Ruddick, J. A. : travelling and sundry expenses, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

SomerviP.e, N. G., Brockville, Ont. : services, 4 m. to March 31, 1907, at $1,000 

Topley Studio, Ottawa : sundry supplies , 

Villeneuvp, Edmond, Chicoutimi : services, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $50 

Grants to Associations — 

P.E, Island Dairy Association, $300 ; St. Hyacinthe Dairy School, $2,000 

Express charges — 

American Express Co., $1.10 ; Can. Express Co., $2.70 : Dom. Express Co., $16.34 

Telegrams : C.P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, $35.96 ; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $36.99 

Expenses of P.E.I, students at Sussex School (5) 

Expenses of delegates attending Experimental Union meeting at Ottawa, Oct. 30-31, 1906 

Customs Dept. : duties on supplies 

Stationery Office : 1 typewriter, $120; 1 neostyle, $50; sundry stationery supplies, $1,096.58. 

King's Printer : printing forms, bulletins, &c 

Mileage books of 1,000 miles — 

C.P. Ry. Co., 1 at-SlO; G.T. Ry. Co., 5 at $10 ; I.C. Ry., 6 at .?10 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Publishing special articles — 

J. C. GrovesContant, Montreal, $150 ; ' Danebrog ' Ottawa, $40 

' Gazette ' Printing Co. , Montreal 

American Society of Refrigerating Engineers, dues 

Payments under $10 — 

Bigras, Miss V., Ottawa, $3.75 ; Charron, A. T., Ottawa, $5 ; Dupuis, R., $4.50 

Electric Baggage Transfer Co., $5 ; Harrison & Co., Montreal, $1.50; Keller, P. fe Co., 
New York. $9.45 

Landreville, M., Ottawa. $3.25; McNeill, E. R., Ottawa, $3.30; Mortureux, C. E., 
$2.50 . . 

Moulds, W. B., $2 ; Ottawa Cold Stores, $7 90 ; Ottawa Sanitary Laundry Co., $5.40... 

Pritchard, Andrews Co., $2.10 ; Skinner, J. & Son, $4.10 ; Dom. Press Clipping, $5 

Petty expenses 



Less — Sale of supplies, &c . 



Scotshnm Creamery. 

Campbell, -J. K., helper, 3 m. to Sept. 30, 1906, at $25. 

Canadian Dairy Supply Co., 20 ft. hose, -SS ; Dillon & Spillett, Ch'town, supplie.s, $4.80, 

McKay, D. , 18 tons coal 

Proudfoot. Jno.: 17 gal. paint, $24.65 ; salt, 2 brl., $5.50 ; sundries, .$18.97 

Ranson, Geo. : salai-y, 7 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at -$60 ; expenses, $19.34 

Stewart, W. T.: 6 loads wood, $6 : rent of creamery for 1906, $229.72 ... , 

Payments to patrons for milk, $2,663.09 ; haulers, $261 .23 

Less— Proceeds of sales of butter 



Cheese Accovnt. 

Brockville curing room, cheese purchased and cured ($586.51)— 

715 lb. at 12ic.; 307 lb. at 11 Jc; 160 lb. at lUc; 150 lb. at llgc . 
1,256 lb. at 12c.; 312 lb. at llf^c; 311 lb. at life; 315 lb. at 12^0 
675 lb. at 12^c.; 311 lb. at 13c.; 77 lb. at 12|c.; 231 lb. at 12ic. . . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
12,892 29 



15 85 

32 00 

540 00 

100 50 

364 97 
15 75 
85 87 

225 00 

18 00 

36 00 

433 18 

333 35 

14 90 
300 00 

2,300 00 

20 14 

72 95 

90 45 

629 06 

15 70 
1,266 58 
3,621 37 

120 00 
6 00 

190 00 
20 00 

10 00 

13 25 

15 95 

9 05 
15 30 

11 20 

6 20 



23,840 86 
2,471 33 



21,369 53 



75 00 

12 80 

67 92 

49 12 

439 34 

235 72 

2,324 32 

3,204 22 
2,964 03 

240 19 



ICl 68 
262 31 
162 52 

586 51 



D-44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Brancli — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Cheese Account — Concluded. 



Cowansville curing room, cheese purchased and cured (S47C 77)^ 

400 lb. at ll.?c.; 320^ lb. at 12c.; 2.38 lb. at llHc; 310 lb. at ll^c 
162 lb. at lllc; 39!) lb. at ll^c, 157 lb. at llHc; 81 lb. at llgc. . . 
81 lb. at 12f'„c.; 394 lb. at 12|c.; 392 lb. at 12^c.; 82 lb. at 12|c. . . 

404 lb. at 12i%c. ; 472 lb. at 12}ic. ; 79 lb. at 12|c 

Hyacinthe curing room, cheese purchased and cured ($2,349.08) — 
2,343 lb. at llgc; 2,212 lb. at 11 ic; 1,048 lb. at llic; 553 lb. 13^, 
1,203 lb. at llAc. ; 157 lb. at llic; 81 lb. at ll^c; 78 Ib^ at 11H<; 



St 



1,488 lb. at 12Hc.; 708 lb. at I3^,c.; 1,022 lb. at llfjc; 79 lb. at 12|c. . 

■ ~ lb. at 12^c. ; 1,014 lb. at 12| 

1,339 lb. at 12f^c 



1,484 lb. at 12Ac.; 3,489 lb. at 12§c.; 314 

I 'iQO IK ot lOiS^ 



Woodstock curing room, cheese purchased and cured ($182.47) — 

167 lb. at llic; 150 lb. at ll^^c; 4.50 lb. at 11 Jc; 801 lb. at llgc 



Less — Proceeds from sales of cheese. 
Credit balance carried to page D — 40 



Cheese Curing Room, Brockville. 



Bebee, Walter, services, Aug. 7 to Sept. 25, 1906 ... 

Bowen, David, services, July 1 to Oct. 24 at -850 . . 

Brockville Lumber Co., lumber, $6.55 ; Brockville Water Works, §69.99 

Brockville Light & Power Co., electric liRht, (31,000 watt hrs 

Burrell, D. H.: scale boards, 14 bdls. at $2.50 ; butter colour, 2 gal. at S3 ; sundry supplies, 
93 



S12 



Cunningham, W. E., services, July 1 to 31, 1906. 

Darling Bros., Montreal, 3 valve washers, SI ; Higgins, M. J., horse hire, $16.25 . 

Eatou, R., services, Aug. 6 to Sept. 30, 1900, at $45 

Ferguson, R., service.^, July 1 to 10, 1900 

Latham, Wm., hauling cheese, 09 trips at §2.75 

Mallory, Ira M., cheese boxe.«, 2,388 at 15c.; covers, 26 at 5c 

McC'asUn, Albert, services, Julj' 1 to 3] , 1900 , 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa, paraffine wax, 1,809 gal. at 7c 

Smart, R. H. , sundry supplies 

Somerville, N. G., services, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, at $1,000 per y.; travelling and sundry 

expenses, $110.50 

Stephenson, Jas., supplying ice, 10 tons at §3 



Receipts, curing charges, saving of shrinkage of cheese. 



Cheese Curing Room, Coivansiille. 



Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. to Feb. 1, 1907 

Dunn, T. W.: services, 5 m. to N6v. 30, 1906 at $1,000 per y.; travelling and sundry expenses, 



$35 09 



Hadlock, D. E.: services, 3^ m. to Oct. 15, 1900 at $43 ; 21^ cords wood at $2.25. 

Horner & Watson, cheese boxe.s, 2,992 at lOc 

Imperial Oil Co., Montreal, 258 lb. wax at 7c 

Johnston, Geo. W.: 100 lb. sulphuric acid, $5 ; sundries, 15c 

Lamotte, Thos., hauling cheese, 1,483 boxes at 10c 

Shufelt, H. G., hauling cheese, 40 trips at $3 

Teel, H. E., filling in chamber, 5>125 ; Vilas, W. F., sundries, $5.10 

Tilson, H. A.: hauling cheese, 014 boxes at 10c. ; extra hauling, $10 



Receip''s, curing charges, saving of skrinkage of cheese 

Cheese Curing Room, St. Hyacinthe. 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. to Feb. 1, 1907 

Gervais, Victor, cirtage, &c., .$26.50; Huette, Jos., supplies, $35.85. 

Imperial Oil Co., Montreal, paraflBne wax, 709 lb. at 7c 

Jacques, S., supplying ice for curing rocm 

Labonte, V., services, July 1 to Oct. 20, 1906 at $50 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
586 51 



149 02 

92 10 

116 05 

120 60 


795 72 
182 21 
413 67 
785 91 
171 57 


182 47 


3,595 83 
4,115 45 



519 62 



73 79 


188 71 


76 54 


41 30 


53 93 


45 00 


17 25 


82 74 


14 52 


189 75 


359 50 


45 00 


126 63 


5 90 


533 15 


30 00 


1.883 71 


847 52 



1,036 19 



8 50 



452 34 


199 44 


478 72 


18 06 


5 15 


148 30 


120 00 


130 10 


71 40 


1,632 01 


1,252 29 


379 72 


10 00 


62 35 


49 63 


125 00 


182 26 



429 24 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-45 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Brancli — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Cheese Curimj Room, St. Hyacinthe — Concluded. 

Lapierre, Win., services, July 1 to Oct. 6, 1906 at $40 

Lemieux, J. E. A., .services, 2 m. to Aug. 31, 1906 at .?40 

Hiemieux, J. N. : service^;, .5 ni. to Nov. 30, 1906 at §1,000 per y.; travelling, freight and 

sundry expenses, .§010.53 

Queen City Oil Co., paraffine wax, 1,111 lb. at 7c 

Roy, Thos., cheese boxes, 1,859 at 15c, 1,850 at 14c 

St. Hyacinthe Gas, Heat and Power Co.: electric light, 25,300 watt hrs., .$4.52 ; gas, 20,400 

ft., .§27.07 

St. Hyacinthe Water VVork.s, water rates, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Frei ht charges, C. P. Ry. Co. 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., rent of site for pipes and drain 

Cheese haulers — 

Belisle, J., 182 cheese at 5c.; Chartierz, Z., 33 trips at SI ; C<5te, L., 555 cheese at 5c. . . . 

Chapron, R., 800 cheese at 5c.; Delaurier-s, S., C6 trips at 25c.; Gauvin, L., 80 trips at -31 

Gervais, V., 82 trips at §2 ; Hamel. A., 345 cheese at 5c.; Houle, P., 328 cheese at 5c . . . 

Lariviere, N., 61 trips at-?l; Lemieux, E., 649 cheese at 5c. ; Mathieu, P., 295 cheese at 7c. 

Parent, Wm., 148 cheese at 5c.; St. .Jean, Rodolphe, 80 trips at $2 

St. Jean, R., 40 trips at .S2 ; Trahan, D., 677 cheese at 5c 

Insurance on cheese 

Receipts, curing charges, saving of shrinkage of cheese 

Cheese Curing Room, Woodstock. 

Ballantyne Dairy Supply Co., scale boards, 6 bundles : 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. to Feb. 1, 1907 

Burgess, Jos. : services, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at -SI, 000 per y. ; travelling and sundry expenses, 

S42.82 

G.T.Ry. Co., 1 mileage book, -SIO ; Harold, B., services, 4 m. to Oct. 31 at .?50 

Mcintosh Coal Co., 1 cord wood, .S3 ; Queen City Oil Co., 1,329 lb. wax at 7c 

Slawson, C. H. & Co.: 1 gal. butter colour, .$2.50 ; 2 bundles scale boards, 84.50 

Snow Flake Steam Laundry, washing, §7.02 ; White, Jno. & Co., \ doz. aprons, §2.28 

Whitney Bros., supplies, §8.22 ; Woodstock Electric Light Co., light supplied, .$3.49 

Woodstock Gas Light Co., gas supplied, 16,400 c. ft 

Insurance on cheese : 

Receipts, curing charges, saving on shrinkage of cheese 

Poultry, General. 

Salaries at Ottawa, detailed . (Page D— 5) 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. oOc; Elford, F. C, travelling expenses, $7.75 

Hillhouse, A. P., sundry outlay, .$11.80 ; Morgan, A. J., London, sundries, S2 . 

Stationery Office, supplies 

Poultry, Andover, N.B. 

Baxter, Geo. E., salary, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1906, at $50 ; sundry expenses, S13.03 

Drake, C. B., 17^ bush, oats at 40c. ; Edwards, D. E., screenings, &c., .$22.95 

Porter, J. E. & Son, 3 bags feed, $5.20 ; Sutton, M. S., bone scraps, $10.75 

Less — Proceeds of sales 

Poultry, Bondville, Que. 

Hillhouse, A. P., salary, 4 ni. to Oct. 31, 1906, at $50 ; sundry expenses, .$64.07 

Hunter, A. M., .% bags wheat, .$51.45 ; 28 bags shorts, $36.40 ; sundry feed, $94.41 

Morgan, A. J., London, Out., supplies, 65c.; Ralston, A. E., feed for chicks, .$245.99 

Rutherford, Wm. & Sons Co., 72 boxes, §13.68 ; St. Lawrence Produce Plant, beef, §6.75. . . 

Les.s— Proceeds of sales 



§ cts. 


429 24 


127 74 


80 00 


1,027 18 


77 77 


537 85 


31 59 


50 00 


266 30 


3 00 


69 85 


136 50 


197 65 


114 10 


167 40 


113 85 


97 00 


3,527 02 


2,247 76 


1,279 26 


13 50 


18 00 


459 47 


210 00 


96 03 


7 00 


9 30 


11 71 


28 56 


36 00 


8.<«9 57 


78 30 



811 27 



216 65 

8 25 

13 80 

1 40 

240 10 



213 03 
29 85 
15 95 

258 83 
103 25 

155 58 



264 07 

182 26 

246 64 

20 43 

713 40 
380 77 

332 63 



D-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Branch — Continued, 

Poultry, Bownianville, Ont. 

Foley, A. W., salary, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1906, at $50 _. . 

McMurtry, Jno. : ooal oil, 149 gal. at 25c.; sundries, $3.88 ; less amount due for eggs deliv 

ered from Bownianville, 44^ doz. at 15c 

Rice & Co., sundry supplies for incubators and brooders ... 

Vanstone, F. C, 8,213 lb. wheat, $1 14 . 43 ; 1,809 lb. chop, §24 . 74 

Less — Proceeds of sales 

Poultry, (Ihicoutimi, Que. 

Lachance, T. 0. : salary, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1906, at S40 ; 82 bush, wheat, $69.20; 16 baga feed, 

$26 ; 300 lb. of beef scrap, S10.50 ; sundry supplies, $53.96 

Less — Proceeds of sales 

Poultry, Holmesville, Ont. 

Canadian Packing Co., 1 box blood cake, 305 lb 

Marquis, W. : 20 bush, oats, S6.80 ; 6 bush, wheat, .S4.50 : 6§ bush, barley, $3.20 _. 

Swallow, Geo. : salary, 4 ni. to Oct. 31, 1906, at $50; 21;^ bush, wheat, $15.95; sundries, 
$2.69 

Less— Proceeds of sales 

Poultry, La Trappe, Que. 

Ero. Lignori : salary, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1906, at $40; 6,892 lb. feed, $65.52 ; sundries, $14.79. 
Les.s — Proceeds of sales 



$ cts. 



200 00 

31 46 

15 20 

139 17 

388 83 
52 42 

336 41 



319 66 

178 36 



141 30 



3 50 
14 50 



218 64 



236 64 
90 13 



Credit balance carried to page D— 40 



Poultry, Vernon River, P.E.I. 



.40; 15 bags Banner feed, $22.50; 28 bags 



Auld Bros., Charlottetown : 13 bags bran, 

shorts, $37.25; sundries, $4.35 

Furness, Robert: salary, m, to Dec. 31, 1906, at $50 ; sundry expenses, $2.66' 

Furness, Thos. : feed, supplies and freight charges 

Hayden, J. F., 2,535 lb. feed, $3617 ; McDonald, A. 18^ gal. oil, $4.63 

McDonald, D. & N., supplies, 83.50 ; McLeod, Jno., 201 lb. feed, $2.82 



146 51 



240 31 
286 24 



45 93 



79 50 

302 66 

11 63 

40 80 

6 32 



Less — Proceeds of sales . 



Seed Division. 

Salaries at Ottawa, detailed _, (Page D— 5) 

Ahearn & Soper : electrical supplies, $22.47 ; men's time, $23.50 

Beaver Flint Glass Co., Toronto : cap vials, 122'42 gross at SI. 40 

Bedford, S. A., Brandon : attending .seed fairs, service.s, 4 d. at $5 ; expenses, $17.80 

Bell Telephone Co. : exchange service, m. to Dec. 31, 1906, §25 ; conversations, $9.95 . . 
Bell, L. G. J., South Qu'Appelle : judging at seed fair, Aug. 2-11, expenses, $36.80; services, 



7 d, at 85. 



Benson, Stephen, Neepawa, Man. : travelling expenses, $26.80 ; services, 5^ d. at $5 

Boyd, J. II., Calgary : repairs to office, 43 h. at 50c. ; lumber, $7.20 ; locks, etc., $4.30 

Br^icken, J., Kegina : 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $75 ; travelling and sundry expenses to Mar, 

30, 1907, $778.45 

Brodrick, F. W., Truro, JS^.S. : salary, July 1 to Oct. 16, 1906, at $1,100; travelling and 

sundry expenses to Sept. 24, 190(5, $255.31 

Brown, Thos. R., Regina : judging at fairs, Aug. 3 to 13, 1906, expenses, $42.60 ; services, 8 

d. at S5 

Brown, Jno. A., Spy Hill, Sask. : judging, Aug. 2-14, 1906, services, 11 d. at $5; expenses, 

©XQ on 

Bryson, Graham'& Co.": 38J yds. sheeting, $11.48 ; 1 bale iaatting, $3.50 

Buttnrworth & Co. : 2 copper see 1 germinators, $150 ; .sundries, $23.45 

Calgary Furniture Store : 2 office tables, .$15.2.3 ; 2 chairs, .S5.50 

Clark, Geo. H. , chief of seed division, travelling expenses to March 30, 1907 



Carried forward. 



440 91 - 
146 07 



294 84 

9,922 80 
45 97 

171 39 
37 80 
34 95 

71 80 
54 30 
33 00 

1,4.53 45 

576 12 

82 60 

113 80 

19 98 

172 45 

20 75 
5?.8 CyO 

13,339 70 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-47 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Branch — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Seed Division — VmUinyied. 

Clark, J. A., Bay View, P.E.I. : services lecturing, lid. at -S3 ; expenses, $30.95 

Coles, F., Sgt. -Major, Moffat, Sask. : judging, Aug. 2-13, 190«, services, 10 d. at So; ex- 
penses, §68-35 

Cote, J. C, inspector for Quebec, travelling cxpen.ses to March 13, 1907 

Crisp, A, P., Moo.somin, Sask. : judging, Aug. 2-11, 1906, services, 8^ d. at S5 ; expenses, 
$53.05 

Duford, J. B„ Ottawa, 9 flates 

Duke, J. O., Olinda, Ont. : inspecting seed plots, July 21 to Aug. 11, 1906, services, 18 d. at 
$4 ; expenses, §36 .31 : 

Edwards, W. C, & Co. ; 3 tables at .?9 . 50 ; cartage, 25c 

Fairfield, W. H., Lethhridge, judging, Aug. 1-9, 1906, expenses .... 

Faull, J. H., Toronto University : preparing seetl bulletin on smut in wheat, S150 ; e.\penses 
in connection « ith same, $35 .77 

Farrell, A. T., & Co., Saginaw, Mich., perforated copper for germinator .-. . . 

Eraser, J. H., Edgeley, Sask. : judging, Aug. 4-12, 1906, services, 6 d. at S5 : expenses, 
$33.10. 



Fuller, F. L., Truro, N.S., travelling expenses to P.E.I., Mar. 25, 1906 

Galloway, W. O., Toronto, making list of Ontario farmers, 26,000 

Gerin, Leo. : correcting proof report, 3rd Annual Seed Grower's As.sociation, $20 ; translat- 
ing report, 67,500 words at 20c. per 100 

Green. F. W., Moosejaw, Sask. : judging, Aug. 2-15, 1906, services, 7 d. at $5 ; exT>enses, 
$41.35 

Greey, W. & W. G., Toronto, 1 half gnl. grain tester 

Henders, R. C, Culross, Man. : expenses attending seed fairs, $92.10 ; services, 23 d. at $5. 

Hull, W. R., & Co., Calgary, rent of office, Jan. 28 to Mar. 31, 1907 

Klinck, L. S., St. Anne, Que. : travelling and sundry expenses, Dec. 24, lfK}6, to Feb. 25, 
1907, $155.75 ; allowance, S50 

Lockhead, W., St. Anne, travelling and sundrv expenses in the Maritime Provinces in con- 
nection with weed seeds, June 10 to July 18, 1906, 8135.75 ; services, 38 d. at $5 

Lyman Sons & Co., Montreal : 1 Becker's balance and weights, §48.80 ; sundry supplies, 
$22.55 



Mackay, Angus, Indian Head, Sask. : expenses in connection with judging at fair, Aug. 6-9, 

1906, $23 50 ; freight on seed, $1.75 

MacMillan, G., New Haven, P.E.I., expenses inspecting operations of seed growers, 

July 37 to Aug. 23, 1906. 

Manitoba Live Stock Association, rent of office fcr May and June, 1906 

McFadyen, Harris, Regina : inspector, sa'ary, July 25, 1906, to March 31, 1907, at $75 ; 

travelling and sundry expenses to Feb. 28, 1907, $809.33 

McKillican, W. C, Calgary : inspector, salary, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $100; travelling 

expenses attending seed meetings, July 1 to Mar. 25, 1907, $1,053.80 

Michaud, Geo., travelling expenses in Germany, July 1 to 25, 1906 

Miller, H. H., inspector, travelling and sundry expenses, Jul.y 1 to Mar. 31, 1907 

Moore, S. J., Shubenacadie, X.S. : service, 103 d. to Mar. 31, 1907, at $3; travelling and 

sundry expenses, $204 .45 

Mooney, Jno., Valley River, Man. : inspecting, services, 7 d. at $5 ; travelling and sundry 

expenses, $31 85 

Macdonald College, Agronomy Dept., expenses in connection with courses in seed and grain 

judging 

Newman, L. H., travelling and sundry expenses. Mar. 9-18, 1907 

OtBce Specialty Mfg. Co. : 3 bookcases, $10.75 ; cupboard, $6.50 ; top and base, $4.75. . . . 

Ottawa Paper Box Co., repairing and recovering seed boxes 

Ottawa Stair Works, 2 ash frames for laboratory 

Raynor, T. G., inspection work, expenses, 9 m. to Mar. 30, 1907 

Ready, J. C, Tisdale, Sask. : inspecting, Jan. 15 to Mar. 9, 1907, services, 46 d. at S5 ; 

expense.?, $223.82 

Rennie, Simpson, Toronto : inspecting, services, 10 d. at $4 ; travelling expenses, $29.15 

Schroter, C, Dr., Zurich, Switzerland, 15 steropticon slides 

Stevens, W. F. : insi.ecting. Jan. 21 to Mar. 3, 1907. services, 14 d. at $5 ; exj^enses, $55.30. 
Switzer, A., Greufell, Sask.: judging, Aug. 3-10, 190G, services, 8 d. at $5; expenses, $29.55. 

Topley Studio, 24 photos of seed laboratory 

Wilson, A. E., Indian Head, Sask. : judging, Aug. 3-11, 1006, services, 6 d. at $5; expenses, 

$35.90 

Woolford,T. H., drdston. Alberta: inspecting, services, 20 d. at -So : expenses, -8101.30 

Wright Bros., Regina : 1 desk, $34 ; 1 chair, .§11, 1 chair, 32 ; 1 bookcase, $17.50 

Wright, .1. E , Kenlis, Sask. : judging, Aug. 4-13, I'.MJO, services, 10 d. at $5 ; expenses, 

$34.50 

Young, D. -J. & Co.: 1 letter press, $10 ; 1 map. Alberta, $6 ; sundries, $3.70 

Grants to Associations — 

Brandon Winter Fair , 

Canadian St-ed Growers' Association 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
13,339 76 

63 95 



118 35 
347 05 


95 55 

17 50 


108 31 
28 75 
45 65 


185 79 
18 00 


63 10 
16 55 
50 00 


155 00 


76 35 

20 00 

207 10 

57 48 


205 75 


325 75 


71 35 


25 25 


100 00 
20 00 


1,426 26 


1,953 80 
99 71 

285 90 



513 45 
66 85 



86 75 


52 50 


22 00 


23 00 


20 00 


418 46 


453 82 


69 15 


14 10 


125 30 


69 55 


22 50 


65 90 


201 30 


64 50 


84 50 


19 70 


150 00 


3,0C0 00 



25,071 34 



D-48 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Agriculture and Dairying Coniniissfoner's Branck — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Seed Z)i;rtsion— Cuncluded. 

Grants to Associations — Concluded. 

Maritime Stock Breeders' Association 

P. E. Island Seed Fair 

Mileage books of 1,000 miles — 

C. P. Ry. Co., 24 at §10 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 1.3 at §10 ; T. C. Ry., 1 at 310 

Stationery Office : 1 typewriter, $105 ; 20,000 sheets germinating paper, §137.90 ; 1 bookcase 

and filing cabinet, §208 . 67 ; sundry stationery, §324 49 . . 

King's Printer, printing bulletins, reports, &c 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, §17.88 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co., §10.97 

Express charges — 

Canadian Express Co., §11 .75 ; Dominion Express Co., $73. 18 

Electric Baggage Transfer Co 

Customs Department, duties on supplies 

Payments for collecting seeds — 

Acre, Mrs. Ellen, Dartmouth, N.S., SI ; Griddle, N., Treesbank, Man., §51.30 

Hoyler, C, Strathcona, Alta., $'2 ; Middleton, M. S., Vernon, B.C., §8 

Prouse, Miss Pearl & Myrtle, Goderich, Ont., §3 ; Sanders, G. E., Guelph, §30.10 

Printing circulars, notice.s, &c. — 

Calgary, ' Albertan,' §210 ; Chatham, N.B., ' The Commercial,' §12 

Quebec, Dassault & Proulx, §33.80 ; Sussex, N.B., Maritime Pub. Co., §13.44 

Regina, ' The Leader, ' §279 . 55 ; Toronto, Bryant Press, Ltd. , §9 

Truro, N.S., Midland Printing Co., §17.41 ; Winnipeg, Tree Press,' §104.25 

Woodstock, N.B., ' Despatch,' §4 ; Charlottetown, ' Guardian,' §12 

Advertising — ■ 

Charlottetown, 'Patriot' §7, ' Guardian,' §14.50 ; Summerside, 'Farmer,' §7.50 

Sussex, N.B.: Maritime Pub. Co., §3.40 ; ' Maritime Farmer,' $6.60 

Woodstock, N.B. : ' Press,' §4 ; ' Dispatch,' §4 

Payments under §10 — 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., §8 89 ; Chandler, Ingram & Bell, Toronto, $3.60 

Harris & Barry, Ottawa, §8 50 ; Landry, M., Ottawa, §4 

Ottawa Sanitary Laundry Co., §G ; People's Gas Co., Ottawa, §1 .40 . , 

Thomas, E. A., 45c.; G. T. Ry. Co., §1.87 

Payment to G. T. Ry. for refund for lost box in 1905-06 



Less —Receipts. 



(Page D— 5) 

; expenses, $11.85, 



Fruit Division. 

Salaries at Ottawa, detailed 

Baker, M. R., travelling and sundry expenses to March 31, 1906 . . . 

Bedard, E., Montreal : inspector, services, 3 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at 

Boyer, F. G., Charlottetown, inspector, salary, 1 m. to Feb. 28, 1907. 

Burke, Richard, Charlottetown : salary, July 1 to 15, Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, 1906, 3^ m. at $100 ; 

expenses, §11 .60 

Carey, P. J., Cobourg, Ont.: inspector, salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §1,100 per y.; 

travelling and sundry expenses, §631 .30 

Curry, W. J., Montreal, inspecting fruit, 9 d. at §1.50, 21 d. at §1.75 

Delorme, Emery, Montreal, inspecting fruit, 51 d. at §1.50, 26 d. at §1.75 . . . 

Derry, F. L., Montreal: inspector, salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §100; travelling and 

sundry expenses, §204.04 

Eaton, T.'& Co., Winnipeg : 1 desk, §36 ; 1 office chair, §7.95 

Fitch Freeman, Halifax : inspector, salary, 7 ni. to March 31, 1907, at $100 ; travelling and 

sundry expenses, §532 .10. 

Forsyth, Fred., Montreal, inspecting fruit, 41 d. at §1.50, 19 d. at §1.75 

Furness, Withy & Co. , Halifax : office furniture, §15 ; rent, $10 

Gandy, G. E. C., St. John : inspector, salary, 4 ni. to Feb. 28, 1907, at §100 ; expenses, $32.80 
GifiFard, A., Meaford, Ont.: insi>ector, salary, Sept. 1 to March 13, 1907, at §100 ; expenses, 

§346.05 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., removing porch of cold storage building at Grimsby. . . 

McCabe, Jno., Montreal : insi^ector, salary, 5 m. to March 31, 1907, at $1,100 per y.; arrears, 

$8 27 ; travelling and sundry expenses, §251 .15 

McCormick, John, Montreal, coopering, 24 d. at §1 . 50 

McUrath, E. P. & Co., Ottawa : apple boxes, 55 at 14^c.; express, $3.32 

McNeill, A., chief, travelling expenses, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

McNeill, M. P., Calgary : inspector, salary, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1907, at §100; travelling and 

sundry exi>enses, !§491 . 50 

McNaughton, Wm., Hemmingford : inspecting fruit, 50 d. at §1.50, 21 d. at §1.75 ; expenses, 

$5.85 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
25,071,34 



150 00 
40 00 

380 00 

776 06 
1,915 25 

28 85 

84 93 
4 00 
8 70 

52 30 
10 00 
33 10 

222 00 

47 24 

288 55 

121 66 

16 00 

29 00 
10 00 

8 00 

12 49 

12 50 

7 40 

2 32 

15 00 



29,346 69 
159 00 



29,187 69 



2,599 04 
482 45 
311 85 
100 00 

361 60 

1,456 30 

50 25 

122 00 

1,104 04 
43 95 

1,232 10 

94 75 

25 00 

432 80 

989 38 
16 89 

717 78 
36 00 
11 30 

382 88 

1,091 50 

117 60 

11,779 46 



AGRWULTiRE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-49 



Agriculture and Dairying Commissioner's Branoli — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Fruit Division — Concluded. 



Moreau, C. , on account, $50 

Philp, J. J., Winnipeg, inspector: salary, 9 in. to March 31, 1907 at $100; expenses, §131.55 

Robertson, Jno., New Perth, P.E.I. : inspecting. May 15 to July 22, 1906, 41 d at $3 ; 
expenses, S4. 35 

Rutherford, R. J., Montreal, inspector: salary, 6m. to Feb. 28, 1907 at $100; expenses, 
•S27H.50 

Sangster, (t. R., Moncton, N.B., inspector : salary, 5 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at -$100; expenses, 
§224.99 

Sangster, Wnr.., Falmouth, N.S.: inspector, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1907, at $100 ; travelling and 
sundry expenses, $420 ,74 

Scriver, J. F., Montreal, in.spector : salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $100; expenses, $6,60 

Sharpe, Thos. A., Agas.siz, travelling expenses to New W'estminster 

Skinner, V. H., Weston, N.S., work with power spraying machine, July 1-14 

Smith, M., Vancouver, inspector: salary, 9 m. to March 31, lti07, at $100; travellmg and 
sundry expenses, $449 .68 

Stewart, C. E., Ottawa, insijector : salary, Aug. 11 to Oct. 27, 1906, at $100, $254.85; travel- 
ling and sundry expenses, .?502.35 . ... 

Vroom, Geo. H., Middleton, N.S., inspector: salary, 9 m. to March 31 at $1,100 per y. ; 
travelling and sundry expenses, .$660.81 

Wartman, E. H., Montreal, inspector : salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $1,100 per y.; ex- 
penses, $224 02 

Whyte, R. B., Ottawa, expenses as judge to Brome fair 

Mileage books of 1,000 miles : G. T. Ry. Co., 2 at $10 

Telegrams ; C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegrat-h, .$4.82 ; G.N. W. Telegraph Co., $10.06 

Stationery Office, supplies, $9 20 ; King's Printer, printing bulletins, &c., $1,214.24 . . 

Express charges : Can. Express Co., 4.5c.; Dom. Express Co., $1 . .... 

Payments under $10 — 

Bell Telephone Co., .$8.80 ; Dunn & Massingham, .$6.65 ; Ewing, Jno., $4.60 

Figney's Photo Studio, Toronto, $4.25 ; Ottawa Sanitary Laundry, 65c 

Legal expenses in conneetioi with fruit fines — 

Daniels, O. T., Bridgetown, N.S., $194.50 ; Macllreith, R. T., Halifax, $5 



Less Receipts, fines, &c. 



Tobacco Division. 

Salaries at Ottawa, detailed. . (Page D — 5) . 

Charlan, F., chief of divi.sion, travelling and sundry expenses, including trip to France 

Dominion Tobacco Co., Montreal : cigar leaf binders, 225 lb. at 25c.; 150 boxes saniple leaf, 

$15 : 10 lb. cut tobacco, -$6 ; freight charges, .$5 . 47 

Pomeroy, W. T. & Co., Edgerton, Wis., 31 lb. tobacco seed 

Payments under SIO — 

Fabre, H., Paris, .$2.60 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 86c.; Hebert, E. N., Montreal, $4.60 

Thornton & Truman, $4.55 ; Washington Printing Office, $1.60 

Customs Dept. , duty on tobacco seed 

Mileage books of l.OOu miles : C. P. Ry. Co., 4 at $10 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 2 at $10 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 52c.; G.N. W. Tel. Co., 26c 

Stationery Office, supplies, -$36. 17 ; King's Printer, printing, .$67.15 

Subscriptions to tobacco journals, 1 at $1, 1 at $2 



Cold Storage Inspection and Apartments. 

Charron, A. T., travelling expenses, Aug. 16 to 28, 1906 

Cochrane, R. J., inspector, salary 2 m. to March 31, 1907 at $100 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 77c.; Expanded Metal and Fireproofing Co., Toronto, $5 

C. P. Rv Co., rental of site for cold storage warehouse at Revelstoke 

Mortureux, C. E., inspector : salary,7 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, at $108. 33,2 in. to March 31, 1907 

at $133.33 ; travelling and sundry expenses, .$274.56 

Mileage bocjks of 1,000 miles ; C. P. Ry. Co., 3 at $10 ; G. T. Ry. Co., 1 at $10 

King's Priutir, printing 

Less recei pts 



1— 4d 



$ cts. 
11,779 46 



50 00 
1,031 55 

127 35 

876 50 

724 99 

1.020 74 

906 60 

43 80 

39 45 

1,349 68 

757 20 

1,485 81 

1,049 02 
12 10 
20 00 
14 88 

1,223 44 
1 45 

20 03 
4 90 



199 50 


22,738 47 
370 10 


32,368 37 



1,875 00 
802 69 

82 72 
180 96 

8 06 

6 15 
13 50 
60 00 

78 
103 32 

3 00 



3,136 18 



73 81 

200 00 

5 77 

37 50 

1,299 56 
40 00 
11 01 

1,667 65 
101 00 

1,566 65 



D-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Agi'icnliui-e and Dairying Commissioner's Brancli — Continued. 

Cold Storage Bonuses. 
Prince Edward Island — 

Montague Dairying Co 

New Brunswick (§?25U) — 

Maritime Dairy Co., Sussex, $100 ; Elgin Dairying Co., -SlOO 

Petitcodiac Creamery Co 

(Quebec (Sl,8.50)— 

Booth, E. A., Waterloo, $25 ; Bourbeau, J. B., Eastman, $100. 

Campbell, M., Gran by, $100 ; Cogland, R. E., Huntingdon, $100 

Defosses, Edward, St. Elizabeth, $25 ; Dugas, Jos., L'Epiphanie, $50 

Dudswell Butter and Cheese Ass., Marbleton, $100 ; Duval, T., Champlain, $100 

Fauclier, Jean, St. Agnes, $100 ; Filteau, D., St. Emile, $100 

Caudreault, P., Bagotville, $100 ; God bout, C., St. Eloi, $100 

Graeefield Creamery Co., $100 ; Grenon et Freres, St. Barnabe, $25 

Lachapelle, Jos., Repentigny, $100 ; Laurier, A., Lachenaie, $100 

Menard, L. J. A., St. Michel, $25 ; Parent, P., Rimouski, $100 

Masse & Bergevin, St. Ferdinand, $100 ; Purdy, W. T., South Stukely, $100 

Sauve, Jos., Riviere Beaudette, $50 ; St. Pierre, I., Roxton Pond, $50 

St. Dominique Dairying Co 

Ontario ($500)— 

Edwards Creamery Co., Maxville, $100 ; Kinnettles Creamery Co., Fergus, $100 

Ottawa Dairy Co., $100 ; River Valley Creamery Co., Dungannon, $100 

Stratford Dairying Co 

Manitoba — 

Gerrard, Thos. C, Shellmouth 

Alberta ($300)— 

Ba,ttle River Creamery Ass., $100 ; Central Alberta Creamery Ass., $100 

Rosenroll Dairying Association 

Equipment on Mailways, Refrigeration on Cars. 

Canadian Pacific Railway : difference between government guarantee and actual earnings on 

refrigerator cars. May to Oct., 1906, $4,005.48 ; icing cars for same period, $1,600 

Grand Trunk Railway : difference between government guarantee and actual earnings on 

refrigerator cars. May 7 to Oct. 22, 1906, $7,077.12 ; icing cars for same period, $3,319. . . 
Great Northern Railway Co., difference between government guarantee and actual earnings 

on refrigerator cars for smnmer 1906 

Quebec Central Railway Co., difference between government guarantee and actual earnings 

on refrigerator cars for summer 1906 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway Co.: difference between government guarantee and actual 

earnings on refrigerator cars, JuneOct., 1906, ^1,151.35 ; icing cars for same period, $160 
Quebec, Montreal and Southern Railwaj' : difference between government guarantee and 

actual earnings on refrigerator cars, May 18 to Oct. 9, 1906, $273.60 ; icing cars for same 

period, $209 , 

Temiscouata Railway Co., icing cars, June 11 to July 30, 4 at $4 _ 

Icing cars, general : Brockville, James Stephenson, 26^ tons at $3 ; St. Hyacinthe, S. Jacques, 

18^ tons at $2 . 50 ; Woodstock, Jos. Isbester, 15| tons at $4 

Extenaion of Markets. 

Salaries at Ottawa, detailed (Page D — 5) . . 

Bedard, E., Montreal : salary, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at $100 ; travelling expenses, $59.60. . . 
Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, Custom House, Montreal, 6 m. to July 1, 1907, $27.50; 

conversations, $6 . 85 

Carter, Wm., Liverpool, Eng.: salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, $569 41 ; expenses, $68.12 .. . 

Casella, C. F. & Co., London, Eng., 50 pens for thermograph 

Cook, L. L., Montreal, salary, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at $75 

Davis, Thos. E , London, Eng.: salary, 9 m, to March 31, 1907, $700.82 ; expenses, $406.72.. 

Deslaurier.s, J. B., Montreal, salary, July 1 to Oct. 20, 1906, at $80 

Doonan, Ed., Montreal, salary, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at $75 , 

Findlay, Jas. A., Glasgow, Scotland : salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, $438.01 ; expenses, 

$116 .18 

Goff, H. J., Montreal : salary,-9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $100 ; allowance, 274 d. to March 

31, 1907, at $1..50 ; travelling and sundry expenses, $130.09 

(rraves Bros., Ottawa, 5 doz. padlocks at $3 

Grindley, A. W., Liverpool, Eng.: salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $175 ; expenses, $394.59 
Knowlton, F. A., Knowlton, Que.: salary, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906, at $100 ; expenses, $140.63. 

Longeway, M. B., Montreal, salary, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1906, at $115 

Macfarlane, Wm., Montreal : salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $1,300 per y. ; travelling and 

sundry expenses, $199.05 ,.. 

McCabe, Jno., Montreal : 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1907, at $80 ; expenses, $13.35 

McCracken, Thos., Montreal, messenger, 9 m. t^ March 31, 1907 

Carried forward 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-51 



Agricultnre and Dairying Commissioner's Brancli — Continued. 

Brought forward ... 

Extension of Markets — Concluded. 

McCrory, P. J., Montreal, salary, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 190C, at S75 

Moore, \V. W.. supt. of markets, travelling expenses to March 31, 1907 

Morrison, F. K., Montreal, salary, 3 ni. to Sept. 30, 1906, at S85 , 

Negretti & Zambva, London, Eng., 50 thermographs and cases 

Shallis, H. E., Bristol, Eng.: salary, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at 858.40 ; expenses, $237.52 . 

Post, Wra. L , supt. of documents, 90c.; Thomas, E. A., petty exjjenses, 25c 

Mileage books of 1,000 miles: G. T. Ry. Co., 2 at §10 

Freight charges : G. T. Ry. Co., §5.13 ; Dominion Express Co., §1.85 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, SI. 80 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co., $4.47 

Stationery Office, supplies, $2 ; King's Printer, printing, $19.92 

Ottawa Stock. 

Intercolonial Railway : mileage books, 4 at $10 

Capital Account, Red Deer. 
Credit, sale of supplies (Page D — 40) , 

Liive Stocit Recor«ls of tlie Dominion. 

Dominion E.\press Co., express charges , 

Guay. J. D., expenses of self and L. Maltois to Montreal convention 

McNeill, E. R., Ottawa, typewriter repairs., 

Vigneau, J. H., Three Rivers, travelling expenses to Ottawa and return 

Grants to Associations — 

Ontario Live Stock Records ... 

New Brunswick Live Stock Records 

Stationery Office, supplies, $186.75 ; King's Printer, printing, §1,405.85 , 

Qnarantine; Organized Districts and Public Health Generally. 

Halifax ($5,896.41 J. 

N. E. McKay, M.D.: inspecting physician, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, §750; extra work, being 

without an assistant, 1 m., §66.66 ; postage, S5 ; expenses §2.26 

J. J. Doyle, M.D., assistant physician, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §800 per annum 

Jos. Himmelman, steward, 153 d. to Nov. 30, 1906 at §1, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at §37.50 ... . 

Rev. U. Edwards, chaplain, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §8 . 33 

Rev. C. Underwood, chaplain, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at §8 . 33 

P. Doyle, captain, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at §75 , 

W. A. Case, engineer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §68.50 

W. A. McDonald, asst. engineer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $55 

John O'Neil, mate, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §.50 

Blanque, J., 20 d. labour at station at §2 

Boak, Geo. E., & Co., coal, 16 tons at §4.80, 6| at $4.90, 16^ at §5, Sat $5.10, 100 lb. nut,at40c. 

Canada Foundry Co., 1 duplex pump, brass fitted.. 

Cullen, G. M., & Co.: painting and graining cabin of steamer, at per tender, $-55; gilding 

four signs, .?20 ; sundries, §15 .50 

Evans, Joseph, 12 d. labour, night watchman at station at §1 .50 

Evans, N., Dartmouth, repairs to boiler : laboin-, 2J d. each at§2.75and §2.50 ; material, 51c. 
Ferguson & Cox, Dartmouth, repairs to boilers, &c.: labour, 23i d. at §3.50, 13 d. at §2.. 50, 

1 d. at §2 : sundry material, §14.59 " 

Globe Steam Laundry Co., laundry charges. 

Halifax City Health Board : board in hospital for infectious disea.ses at §5 per week, §22.85 ; 

conveyance to and from hospital, §10.50 

Halifax Coal Cc, coal, 17| tons at $i.aj, 25 long tons at $5.45, 100 lb. nut, 3.5c 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., use of railway, &c., hauling ss.^,,Arffus 

Halifax Tow Boat Co., towage charges, 8 trips at §3 

Hillis & Sons : ]nece boiler grate, 361 lb. at 3c.; 3i h. labour at 40c 

Johnston, Daniel : 246 lb. biscuits at 10c. ; 22^ lb. coffee at 30c.; butter, 13 lb. at 25c., 3 at 26c. 

6 at 27c., 24 at 28c., 18 at 30c.; chee.se, 14 lb. at 16c., 11 at 17c., 49 at 18c.; 66 cans milk 

at 20c.; 157^ lb. sugar at 5c.; 45 corn brooms at 30c.; sundries, .§23. 10 

Judge, Peter & Son, water supplied to ss. Arg^is, 1 y. to Oct. 26, 1906 ... 

Klar, T., 35 days' services as nurse at station at $1.50 

Lane's, Halifax, 13 caps for crew steamer Argus at $2.25 

Carried forward 



$ ct-«. 


12,080 53 


375 00 


420 08 


255 00 


1,670 42 


763 12 


1 15 


20 00 


6 98 


6 27 


21 92 


16,220 47 


40 00 



28 00 



3 00 


95 40 


25 75 


23 25 


1,000 00 


200 00 


1,652 60 



3,000 00 



823 92 


533 28 


303 00 


74 97 


75 00 


675 00 


61(5 50 


495 00 


450 00 


40 00 


234 89 


57 00 


90 .^0 


18 00 


14 96 


131 34 


13 21 


33 35 


222 69 


10 00 


24 00 


12 23 


119 72 


50 00 


52 50 


29 25 



5,200 31 



D-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



<luaraDtine : Organized Distrlctfi and Public Health Generally — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Halifax — Concluded. 

McPherson, D.: repairs to boat, 108 lb. sheet lead at 8c.; lOj lb. sheet metal at 22c.; sundry 

material. 812.03 ; 36i d. labour at $2.70 

Nova Scotia Telephone Co., e.\ change services to July 1, 1907 : office, Lawlor Island, 12 m., 

S125 ; wharf, Lawlor Island, (J m., S15 ; residence, Capt. Doyle, 6 m., §12.50 ; residence, 

Dr. McKay, 6 ui., §16; office, Dr. Doyle, 11 m., §29.84 

Pickering, W. F. & Co.: 4 uniforms at $22 50 ; 16 gold bands at $1 ; velvet bands, $1 

Redden, A. W. & Co., 4 pis. men's rubber boots at S4 

Robertson, Wm. & Sons : 30 lb. white cotton waste, S4.05 ; 4 gal. engine oil at SI ; 1 Pem- 

borthy injector, §9; 4 gal. red metallic paint at $1.-50; 3i gal. white enamel at S4.75; 

white paint, 2 gal. at SI. 75, 3 gal. at §2.25, 2 at 84.75 ; 6 rubber valves to order, 812.30 ; 

45i lb. manilla rope at 17c.; 1 gal. English smokestack black, 82.25 ; sundries, 847 68 . . 
Silver,"W. & C: 13 yds. linoleum at 81.25; 1 table cloth, $i ; 3 suits overalls at 81 50; 

sundries, 83 . 58 

York, James, 20 days' labour at station at 82 

Sundry accounts under 810 — 

Bauld Bros. & Co., 85.50 ; Baylis, H., $3.75 ; Bentley, Flemming & Co., $2.50 ; Buckley, 
John, 50c.; Davidson, L. C. & Co., 90c.; Davies, C. W., 81.25; Longard Bros., 66c.; 
Myers, J. E., 87.52 ; Naugle, Wm., $2 ; Rawley, J. R., $7.15 ; Wilson, L. A., $3.60 

King's Printer, Ottawa, printing forms, &c . . . , 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies , 

Louishury, N.S. (-$948.27). 

Freeman O'Neil, M.D., inspecting officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Lewis, W. W. & Co., services putting doctor on board vessels, 26 at 810 

McLeod Hardware Co., Sydney : 2 Canadian ensigns, $7 ; 2 quarantine flags, 83 , 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies '. 



Piciou, JV.S. 



Hugh McLennan, caretaker, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1607 

North Sydney, N.S. ($3,481.20). 

H. Riudress, M.D., inspecting physician, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 190 7 

F. B. Lewis, caretaker, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at 8400 per annum 

D. J. Mclsaac, caretaker, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Campbell, H. G., 15 tons coal, run of mine, at $2.50 

Eastern Telt-iihone Co., rent of 'phones, office and residence, to June 1, 1907 

G rdon, J. W., owner ss. Zaidee, services, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Ingraham, J. W. : chairs, 6 at 68c., 6 at 90c., 2 rocking at 82.75 ; 2 prs. white curtains, .84.50 

1 square carpet, 813.50; 2 mat.s, 85.75; 2 tables, 86.40; 1 bedstead, 85.25; 2 prs. 

blankets, .88.50 ; 1 bureau, 87 ; 3 cases coal oil, 88.30 ; 1 clock, $12 ; 2 mattresses, $5.00 

1 lounge, 80.75 ; 56-J yds. oilcloth at 50c.; sundries, 844.31 

Morri.son, John, making, erecting and painting flagstaff i 

Musgrave, R. : work on machinery in hospital, labour, 17 d. at S3 ; material, S6.33 

Ruddt-rham, Capt. B., hire of scow and tug, towing 15 tons coal to Pt. Edward 

Shean, R. & Co.: 1 No. 2 Standard stove, 814.50; Oak Laurel, $13.50; 40 lb. stove casting 

at lOc; 2 d. labour at 83 ; sundries, 814.60. 



Charlottetown, P.E.I. ($750.55). 



P. Conroy, M.D., inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Henry, M., steward, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1!I07 

Nicholson, J., boatman, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Fennell & Chandler: paint, 12 gal. at $1.60, 4 at 81.75; 30 lengths stove pipe, $7.50; 

sundries, 82.64 

Lyons, C. & Co. : coal, 4 tons anthracite at 86 ; 12 55 tons Acadia nut at 84.20 

Chatham. N.B. ($627.49). 

J. McDonald. M. D., quarantine officer, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906 

J. M. Baxter, M.D., quarantine officer, for month of Mar., 1907 , 

Currie, J., caretaker, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Central Telephone Co., exchange service, 1 y. to June IP, 1907 

Loggie, W. S., Co., Ltd. : 9 gal. roof paint at SI. 25 ; 1001b. white lead at 7c.; sundries, 87.16 

McDonald, widow of late Dr. J., gratuity 

Shean, R. & Co. : 1 Duohess range, 8 4 ; a-sorted tinware, 811.65 

Sundry accounts under '310, detailed under Tracadie Lazaretto (page D— 58) : Lyman, Sons & 
Co., Montreal, $5.55; MacK^nzie, J. D. B. F., 83.37 



Carried forward 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-53 



Quarantine: Organized Di.««trict8 and Public 'O.ea.ltlk Generally— Continued. 



Brought forward 

St. John, N.B. ($10,024.65). 

J. E. March, M.D. : inspector, 9 in. to March 31, 1907, at §150 ; allowance for horse hire, 9 
m. 8150 

Ed. Kelly, assistant, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, at .S40 

Delaney, Miss A. : nurse, Nov. 25. 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907, 18 w. at $15 per w, 

Hauley, Mrs. M., 17 d. work at station at Si per d 

Hargrove, F. : services, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1907, at §30 ; allowance for board, 243 d. at 50c 

Kenney, C. E.. 3 d. work at quarantine station 

Mawhinney, H. : (services, Oct. 14, 1906, to Mar. 31, 1907, 152 d. at SI. 00 

Walker, T. D , M D. : services, medical inspection, Aug. 20-27, 1906 

Ailan, C. B. : making and fitting galv. smokestack for fumigator, S5.40 ; making heavy galv. 
lamp for post with heavj' glass sides, &c., S6.50 

Campbell, P. & Co. : 20 cans small lamp calcium carbide at .S4.25 ; 2 cans special lamp car- 
bide at .S4.50 ; 3 smokestacks for various buildings, galv. iron, 211 lb. at 12c., 415 lb. at 
13c. ; labour, 18 h. at 30c , 9 h. at 40c., 32 h. at 50c., 9i h. at 60c ; sundries, S78.37. . 

Clark. Chnrles A., sundry grocery supplies 

Department of Militia and Defence, Ottawa : 2 stretchers at S10.50, 2 pillows at SI 

Elliott, James: repairs to launch, rudder and tiller, §5.25; propeller, S7.50 ; igniter, S2.50; 
1 spark plug, S2..50 ; etc., 35c 

Gorman Thos. : soap, 1 box Surprise, S4.30, 1 Sunlight, S4 ; 1 brl. Five Roses flour, §5.35 ; 1 
bo.x pearline, -53 90 ; 1 case St. Charles cream, S5 ; sundries, S10.89 

Imperial Oil Co. : gasoline, 36 gal. at 27c., 170 gals, at 28^0.; sundries, §3.30 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison, Ltd. : rugs, 4 at S4.50, 1 at S7 

McAvity & Sons : repairs to w.c. tank, material, S4.30, labour, SI. 50 ; 5 qts. orange shellac, 
64. .55; 16 dry batteries at 30c.; 5 rolls 3- ply red roofing at SI. 20, 1 roll same, S2. 10 ; I 
portable lamp, complete, S4.25 ; 1 doz. silver forks, S5 ; 1 set laundry tubs with stand, 
$14; 100 ft. i-'m. ho.se, S18 ; 100 lb. white lead, $S.40; 42g ft. 3-in. iron pipe at 25c. j 1 
doz. thermometers, -$6 ; sundries, S71.02 

McDemiott, Alex., landing carbide from car to Partridge Island 

McLean, Holt & Co. : 9 galv. stove boards at SI . 10 ; 9 sets fittings for No. 9 range, at S6 

New Bruns\vick Telephone Co. : exchange service, quarantine station and officers' residence, 
6 m. to April 1, 1907 

Nixon, Geo., 75 roller shades, complete on Hartshorn rollers 

Ottawa Carbide Co., Ottawa : 15 tons lump carbide at S65 ; freight, .?92.22. . ._ ... 

Page Wire Fence Co.: fence erected enclosing smallpox hospital; and winter hospital, 
Partridge Island, §3*^5 ; extra caps and gateway, $25 

Roderick, Jos. & Son., 266 ft. wide pine boards at 4c. ; 190 ft. clear planed pine at 6c. ; 394 ft. 
wide spruce boards at 2hc. ; sundries, $7.52. . . 

Smich, A. C. & Co.: 16 lb. fawn grass seed at 30c.; antidiptheritic serum, 1, 3,000, S5, 2, 1,000, 
S4 ; sundries, §15 . 90 

Steamer Neptune, services, Oct. 25, 1906, to March 31, 1907, 5i m., at §600; water, 69,503 gal. 



at Ac. 



1 gas lighting coil, $3 ; sun- 



Vaughan Electric Co.: automatic electric burner acetylene. 

dries, .?7 . 48 

Vroom & Arnold : coal, 132 819 tons Scotch anthracite at .§6.85 ; 6 115 tons fiirnace coal at 

§7.75 ; 10 273 tons mit at S7.10 ; bags, 1,574 at 6c., 72 at 8c. ; labour discharging, 17 d. 

S2.50 ; sundries, .§5.40 

Williams, F. E. Co., sundry groceries for hospital purposes 

Sundry accounts under §10 — 

Adams, A. W., .§S.25 ; Agar, M. E., .§5.78; Donohoe, P. J., §5.16: Horton, H. & Sons, 
.§7.50 ; Macaulay Bros. & Co., .§7.58 ; Thorne, W. H. Co., §6.10 



Grosse Isle ($28,157.54). 

G. E. Martineau, M.D., medical sunerintendent, July to Nov., 1906, 5 m. at §300; expenses 
on duty, &c., §48.80; postage, S12 ; telegrams, §25.29 

W. W. Ayien, M.D., medical assistant, July to Nov., 1906, 5 m. at .§212.50; travelling ex- 
penses, §13.45 ... 

Bedard, V., plumber, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at §60, guardian in winter, §100 

Billaudeau, C., seaman .i 5 m. at S45 ; expenses, §24.25 

Brantigam, Jo.=., steward n 5 m. at §85 ; guardian of stores in winter season, SlOO; 
expenses, §2.25 

Carbonneau, D., cabin steward, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at §45 ; expenses, §20.55 

Caron, F. X., stoker, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at §45 ; guardian during winter, §100 ; expenses, 
90c 

Caron, S., stoker, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at .§45 ; expenses, §23.85 

Convey, Jos. A., stoker, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at .§45 ; expens-es, §2.10 

Desrochers, Z., engineer .i 5 m. at S65 ; .. S25..30 

Derome, J. B., R.C. chaplain, July-Oct., 1906, 4 m. at §66.66, increa.se for May and June 
1906, §33.33.... 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
11,928 92 



1,-500 00 

360 00 
270 05 

17 00 

361 50 
5 25 

243 20 
21 00 

11 90 



282 34 
45 75 
23 00 

18 1(» 

33 44 
61 47 
25 00 



160 59 
10 00 
63 90 


65 00 

95 04 

1,067 22 


410 00 


39 41 


29 70 


3,467 51 


18 48 


1,172 13 
106 30 



40 37 



1,586 09 

1,075 95 
400 00 
249 25 

527 25 
245 55 

325 90 
248 85 
227 10 
350 30 

300 OO 



27,489 81 



D— 54 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



<lnaraiitlne : Organized Districts and Public Healtli Generally— Con(mMe(7. 
Brought forward 

Orosse Isle, Que. — Continued. 

Duclos, Geo., engineer, July-Nov. 190G, 5 m. at $65 ; expenses, .$2.10 

Duclos, Herve, stoker n 5 m. at $45 u $22.80 

Hamel, Ed., hospital orderly i. 5 m. at $45 

Lachaine, G., seaman .i 5 m. at .S45 ; expenses, $22 

Lagace, Chas., stoker n 5 m. at -$43 

Laliberte, Alf., elec. engineer, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $100 ; expenses, .$3.65 

Lamonde, F. X., constable i. 5 m. at $47 ; m .$1 .•••.• 

Lapointe. M. cliiof engii.eer .. 5 m. at .$75 ; guardian of steamer during win- 
ter, $150 ; expenses, $6.76 

Laroche, Leon, second mate, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $65 ; expenses, $29 .05 

LavaiUe, Jean, boat captain .. 5 m. at $100, Dec. to Mar. 1907, 4 m. at $50; 

expenses, .$29.20 

Letourneau, Ant., carp, and seaman, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $55 ; expenses, $3.85 

Lothrop, Annie, hosp. cook n 5 m. at $.35 . . 

Masson, J. B., 1st mate .i 5 m. at $65 ; guardian during winter, 

$100; expenses, $5.45 ._.. ••; 

Masson, Pierre, baker and carter, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $80 ; carter during winter season, 

$150 ; expenses, $50o ... 

Metivier, Rosannah, asst. hosp. cook, July-Nov. 1906, 5 m. at $30 

Murphy, Mary, nurse, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $35 

Noel, Emile, sgt. of police, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at .$55 

Pope, Rev. Ed. E. C, chaplain, July-Oct., 1906, 4 m. at $66.66, increase for May and June, 

1906, .$33.34 

Roe, Jeffrey, engineer, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $65 ; expenses, .$22.50 

Sirois, H.. hosp. orderly, July 18-Nov. 30, 1906, 4^f m. at $45 ; expenses, $5.05 

Thibault, Eug., stoker, July-Nov., 1906, 5 m. at $45 ; expenses, 30c 

Turcotte, Jean; seaman ti 5 m. at $50 ; guardian during winter season, $130 ; 

e.Kpenses, $1 . 65 

Vikeman, G., asst. hosp. steward, July-Nov. 1906, 5 m. at $50 

Wade, Sarah, hospital laundress n 5 m. at $35 . 

Outlay for sundry help in hospital, &c 

Hospital supplies : Brantigam, Jos., $92.51 ; Carbonneau, D., $15.05 ; Caron, F. X., $17.73; 
Desrochers, Z., $1.28 ; Lagace, Chas , .$6.25 ; Lamonde, F. X., $14.78 ; Laroche, L., 

.$3.70 ; Masson, J. B., $40.37 ; Roe, Jeffrey, $29.84 ; Turcotte, Jean, $30.24 

Belanger, Edm., Quebec: material for dresse.«, Mde Metivier, $16.04; 2 pea-jackets at $14.25; 
4 shirts at $2.50 ; 2 sets overalls at $1.90 ; uniforms, 1 at .$20, 1 at $14 ; sundries, $1.25; 

difference on gold lace, 18 yds., charged at .$1 instead of $2.80, $.S2.40 

Belanger, Nap., St. Thomas de Montmagny : beef, 119 lb. at ilc, 759 lb. at 12c.; mixed ve; 
etables, 4 bags at $2.50, 7 bags at .$2.75 ; potatoes, 5 bags at 75c., 1 at 80c., 14 at 90c., 2 at 

.$1, 2 at .$1.20, 2 at $1.25, 2 at $1.50; sundries, $2 97 

Blakiston, W. C, Quebec : 6 fenders with coil rope at $6 ; 78 yds. English bunting at 30c.; 
making 7 round rope fenders, labour, $2.. 50 each, material, 525 lb., manilla rope at 16c.; 
labour making large Dominion ensign, .$6 ; 1 large crest, $6 ; 13 yds. Dom. ensign, .'*" ■ 

sundries, $8 . 05 

De Gagne, Capt. M., Quebec : wood, 360J cords soft, at $4 ; 40f cords hard, at $6 ; 8-26 tons 
nut coal at .$7.50; 428 tons Sydney screened steam coal at $5.50; cartage, $4.50; 110 

bags at 10c 

De Varennes, Ferd., Quebec : lumber, 3 M. ft. at $20, 396 ft. at $30, 317^ ft. at $40, 105 ft. 

$6 72, 50 pieces at 12c., 191 ft. oak at 10c. ; sundries, $3.70 ; cartage, .$5.80 

Drolet, F. X., Quebec: 3,570 lb. cast iron, &c., at 3c.; labor, 27 h. at .30, 9^ h. at 35, 8^ h. 

(2 men with power hammerj at 50c. ; sundries, 39c 

Drouin, Bros. & Co.: 90 doz. eggs at 20c.; 112 lb. butter at 23c.; 10 gross safety matches at 

75c. ; 30 lb. coffee at 35c. ; 200 lb. Sunlight soap at 4c. ; 287 lb. sugar at 4^0. ; .sundries, $4.85. 

Gagnon, Thos.: 1 flat desk in ash, $14 ; 17 tables at $6 ; 24 small tables at $1..50 ; 144 chairs 

at 35c. ; sundries, $1.60 

Gam.ache, A., Montmagny, carter, 21 trips at 50c., 2 at 7oc 

Kirouac, F. & Son : 45 brl. Ogilvie flo\ir at $.5.25 ; sundries, $2.25 

Laliberte, J. B. : 1 rubber coat, $5..50 ; 1 pr. boots, $.5.50 ; sundries, .$8.40 

Lapierre, P., St. Laurent : oars. 1 pr., 21 ft., $5, 2 prs., 17 ft. at $4 each 

Lavoie Electric Co., Quebec : .500 electra soft core carbons at 9c.; 12 arc lamps globes at $2.25 ; 
12 carbon supports complete at 75c.;50 16 c.p. lamps at 25c.; 750 ft. R.C. wire No. 14 at 

$1.50; 250 ft. No. 10 at. $2..50; sundries, $1.95... 

Martineau Co.. Quebec : 8 doz. Maxoline at $4.80 ; brushes, 6 flat 3 in. at $1 ; 1 doz. dust, 
.$3.50,2 tube $3:7 brass Peet valves at $2.85; .309§ ft. galv. pipe at 14ic.; 83 ft. 3 in. 
gal v. pipe at 3")c.; 1 6-in. valve, $12.50 ; 5 boxes polished sheet iron at $4 ; 82 ft. rubber 
hose with nozzle, &c., $21.60 ; 4 coal shovels at $1.20 ; 8 gal. linseed oil, $6 ; 2 gal. turp. 
and can, .?2..50 ; coal oil, 87i gal. at 20c., 274 gal. at 24c. ; 166 lb. sheet tm at 10c. ; galv. 
sheet iron, 147 lb. at 4ic., 141 lb. at 4|c., 261 lb. .at 5c. ; stoves, 1 30-in. Simple, 
$6 ; 2 ' Bijou ' 4 lid at $16," 1 6 lid at $22 ; 3 tanks for oil at $7.50 ; cotton waste, 113 lb. 
at 12c., 115 lb. at 14c.; 6 prs. clasps for stairs at $1.50; 1 Jarecki ratchet pipe threading 



Carried forward. 



$ CtB. 


27,489 81 


327 10 
247 80 
225 00 
247 00 
225 00 
503 65 
236 00 


531 76 
354 05 


729 20 
278 85 
175 00 


430 45 


550 50 
150 00 
175 00 

275 00 


300 00 
347 50 
205 38 
225 30 


381 65 

250 00 

175 00 

16 77 


251 75 


125 99 



163 44 

189 95 

4,116 95 

125 89 

123 17 

86 81 

204 00 

12 00 
238 50 

19 40 

13 00 

112 95 



40,836 57 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-55 



Quarantine : Organized !>i.strlcts and Public Healtb Generally — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Orosse Isle, Que. — Concluded. 

Martineau Co. — Concluded. 

machine, 2^ to 4 in., -^42 ; washing machines, 1 at $7, 1 at $8 50; 1 porcelain enam. bath, 
roller edse at .?(j3 ; maiiiila rope, 52 lb. at 15c., 159 at 20c.; 41^ gal. cylinder oil at 80c. ; 
44i gal. dynamo oil at GOc. ; 120 lb. castor oil at 12c.; 1 grate for stove, S8.60 ; 1 vise. 
2 to 6 in., S21 ; 1 pipe cutter, §11.50 ; 1 empty puncheon, §8.50; 2 Williams' ventilators 
at .$3.50 ; 1 Jenkins check valve, 3 in., -§7.50 ; 6 iron bedsteads at S10.25 ; 1 ' fournaise 
tortue,' .SIO ; 27 lb. rubber at 90c.; 1 60-lb. anchor, S8 ; 100 ft. wire /^ in. at 9c.; paint, 
4^ gal. at .^l.SO, 100 lb. white elephant at 7c., 100 lb. black, §4.30 ; 2 extension bells for 
telephone, ^T.bO ; assorted glass, 250 ft., §10 ; 100 ft., §5 ; sundries, §179.38 

Michon, A. E., Montniagny : 12 oz. adrenoline, §14.40 ; 4 doz. bots. vichy at $3 ; 18 bots. 
labarraque sol. at 7.5c.; 9 bots. serum steams, §16.50 ; 6 bots. serum at §1.50 ; 24 lb. pot. 
permanganate at 50c. ; 3 vapo-cresolene lamps at §1.50; 80 oz. vapo-cresolene at 10c. ; 55 
lb. formalin at 50c.; 2 oz. acetozone, §12 ; 12 bots. cod liver oil elixir at §1 ; 2 lb. listerine, 
§2.50; 8 bots. pertusin at §1.25; 4 oz. antikamnia, §7 ; 4 oz. lactopeptine, §4 ; toilet 
paper, §4 ; sundries, -895.08 

Moisan, J. A., Quebec : butter, GO !b. at 22c., 92 at 2.3c., 30 at 24c., 103 at 25c., 210 at 26c.; 
eggs, 60 doz. at 20c., 45 at 24c., 15 at 2.5c., 15 at 26c., 75 at 28c.; 11 doz. toilet soap at 45c.; 
] ,206 lb. gran, sugar at 4^c. ; 25 lb. tea at 26c. ; 30 lb. coffee at 28c. ; 200 lb. Sunlight soap 
at §2.90 per 60 lb.; sundry dishes, .§10.05 ; 1 box GiUets lye, §4 ; sundries, §28.08 

Painchaud, Charles, Crane Island, 500 bundles straw at §5 per cwt 

Robitaille & Co., Levis, 321i^Sg tons steam coal at §5 

Steamer Contest services, Apr. 28 to Nov. 22, 1906, 209 d . at §30 per d 

King s Printer, forms, books, &c 

Stationery Office, supplies 



Less— Sale of stores on island, deducted at end (page D— 58) §436.72 

Vancouver, B.C. 



L. McKechnie, M.D., inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Victoria, B.C. (17,037.84). 

A. T. Watt, M.D.: medical superintendent, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, §1,875 ; travelling ex- 
penses to Toronto, Tracadie, Halifax and Ottawa, §245.40; expenses on duty, board, 
§33 ; horse stabling, .S9 ; care of Victoria office, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1907, §12 ; washing 
blankets, §10; rent of P.O. box, 1 y., §5; horse allowance, 9 m. at .§20; express and 
freight charges, §9.50 ; fares, st. cars and steamer, §7.50 ; newspapers, §8.25 ; sundry ex- 
jienses, §8.56 

W. H. K. Anderson, M.D. : assistant medical officer, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, §1,275; ex- 
penses, .§9.41 

R. L. Fra.ser, M.D., inspecting physician, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §200 per an 

Steamer Earl — 

Godtel, A., deckhand, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at 040 

Riley, T., captain, 9 TO. to March 31, 1907, at §100 

Tumilty, .J., engineer, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §97.50 

Whitlaw, L. A., fireman, 9 m . to March 31, 1907, at §50 

Quarantine station and general- 
Carter, C, electrician, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §90 

Chung Tot, cook and interpreter, 4 m. to Nov. 30^1906, at §25 

Kai Ah, hospital attendant, 33 d. in Aug. and Sept., 1906, at §35 per m 

Loo Hop, cook and interpreter, 4 m. to March 31, 1907, at §25 

Parker, E., assistant, Nov. 1906 to March 31, 1907, 121 d. at §2 

Price, J., assistant, 24 d. in March, 1907, at §2 per d ' 

Rhode, F., assistant, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1907, at §40 

Palton, T., hospital attendant, 47 d. in Aug.-Oct., 1906, at -SS 

Tuck, R., cook and interpreter, 1 m. July, 1906 

Wallace, J., quarantine steward, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at -375 ". 

Wilson, A. E., assistant, 22 d. in July, 1906, at §2.50 

British Columbia Hardware Co.: 12 lights glass, §13.20 ; white lead, 150 lb. at 9e., 150 lb. at 
9ic.; drain tile, 1.50 ft. at 3c., 350 ft. at 2|c.; galv. iron pipe, 165 ft. i in. at 7c., 210 ft. 
I in. at 9c., 115 ft. 1 in. at Itc, 10 ft. IJ in. at 20c.; 138 ft. 2 in, at 25c.; 110 lb. grass or 
clover seed at 25c.; 4 cases coal oil, §13 ; 15 gal. linseed oil at 90c.; 10 gal. turp. §14.25 ; 
13 lb. rainbow packing at -SI ; 4 kegs nails, assorted, §16.75 ; 4 2 in. globe valves at -SI ; 

1 2-in. blow off cook, §17. .50 ; 5 gal. floor paint at -82 ; 8 sacks cement at §1 ; 2 gal. ironite 
bar, §7.50 ; 6 li-in. stop waste cocks at 75c.; 6 hose bibbs, §4.50 ; 2 cases of matches, §5 ; 

2 doz. bots. ammonia, §6; 2 cases candles, §6, 1 sapolio, §8.10; 1 Swan soap §6.50; 1 
Taylor's soap powder, §6 ; sundries, §202.11 

British Columbia Telephone Co.: rent of phone, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, office at §4 per m., 

quarantme station at §11. .50 per ra 

Doncaster, S., Esquim.ult, hire of launch for inspecting ships , 



§ cts. 
40,836 57 



1,092 17 



263 98 



299 28 

25 00 

1,609 93 

6,270 00 

29 31 

121 59 



300 00 



2,433 21 



1,284 41 


150 00 


360 00 


900 00 


877 50 


450 00 


810 00 


100 00 


38 20 


100 00 


242 00 


48 00 


160 00 


141 00 


30 00 


675 00 


55 00 



548 96 



139 50 
17 50 



Carried forward | 60,408 11 



D-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1V07 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



(^uarantiue : Organized Districts and Public Health Generally — Continued. I 

Brought forward ... 

Victoria, fi.C— Continued. 

Dreyfus & Thwarts, Metchosin : 47 lb. butter at 25c.; 20 doz. eggs at 30c . 

Goldsmith, T., marine reports, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $5 

Hafer, L.: repairs to engine, &c , 10 lb. high speed metal at 50c.; 22^ lb. brass at 50c.; 1 set 
steel packing tools, .§4.50 ; labou'-, 04 h. at (50c.; sundry material, $5.45 

Henderson Bros., Limited : 1 doz. 3 in. flannel bandages, §5.70; 274 lb. Pot. permanganate at 
2i;c. ; .53 lb. powdered bichloride of mercury at $1.10 ; G lb. bichloride tai s. at SI. 75 ; 34G 
lb. formaldehyde at 20c.; 4 gal. alcohol at $5.25 ; sundry suigical instruments, .§61.65 ; 
sundries, $.58.43 

Hibben, T. N. & Co.: office furniture, &c., $78.75 ; freight, $1.5.75 

Hinton Klectric Co. : G positive elements for i\o. 5 chloride accumulator, $31.37; 5 portable 
lamps at $3.50: 7 dry batteries at $1 ; 2^ doz. 10 c.p. lamps ;it $3; 16 V. 30 amp. 
ammeter, SG.50; 1 50 amp. switch, $3.50 ; 1 set copper strip brushes for 50 N.W. A.C., 
generator, .$5.75 ; sundrj' wire, $13 ; sundries, $55.64 

Jamieson, W. A. : 55 lb. tea at 40c. ; 55 lb. coffee at 40c 

Jamieson, W. — no details 

King, Sing, Wing & Co., Chinese merchandise 

Leeming, Miles Co., Ltd., Montreal: 1 Purdy electric centrifuge, $32, arm for same with 
tubes, $6.50 ; 1 harmometer, $50; 500 lb. calcium carbide at 5c. ; 12 stop cocks, g in., at 
80c. ; 1 improved aplanatic lens, No. 10, with handle and ring, $7.56 ; sundries. $42.27 . 

Marvin, E. B. & Co. : 128 gal. Price's special engine oil at 75c ; 15 cases gasoline at $3.50 ; 
3(») lb. white le.ad at 8c.; 4 cases brilliant shine at $9; manilla rope, 988 lb. at IG.3C., 
129 lb. at 17c., 68 lb. at 17|c , 135 lb., second-hand, at 5c.; leather, 1 side rigging, $6, 15 
lb. pump at GOc; cotton waste, 100 lb. at 13c., 200 lb. at 15c.; 20 gal. boiled oil at 90c.; 
3 lb. aluminum powder at S3; indian red, 50 lb. at 20c., 50 lb. at 18c.; 10 gal. tur)). at 
$1.25 ; 1 canvas tarpaulin, 12 x 16, $17.50 ; 200 ft grd. steel wire cord at 4e.; 3 c;uses 
eocene oil at $3.50; 17 assorted files, $8.90; 15 lb. Garlock packing at 80c.; 2 cases 
Taylor's .soap powder at $6; corrugated rubber, 18 lb. at 37^c., 6 yd.s. at $2.25 ; 10 gal 
dynamo oil at 50c. : 15 gal. capital cylinder oil at $1 ; 2 cases Hoh'.apfel's copper jjaint at 
$24 ; sundiies, $79 43 

Me.sher, J. F., Esquimalt : 600 lb. R.H. flour. $18 ; 300 lb. snowflake, .$8.40; 2 sacks rolled 
wheat, $5 ; 2 sacks rolled oats, $4 ; 93 lb. ham, $19.37 ; 47 lb. bacon, $12.14 ; 400 lb. sugar, 
$23; 2 cases eggs, $17.25; 2 cases prunes, $5; 1 case peaches, $4.40:70 lb. but 
ter at 27ic . ; 1 ca.«e each canned peas, $2 . 20, beans, $2 . 50 ; corned beef, $3 
tomatoes, $4 ; sundries, $.37 .65 • . ■ • 

Meston, John : 4 new lubber tires, $33 ; repairs to buggy, $11 ; painting, $15 ; 15 ft. bar iron, 
$4.35; expressage, $1.25 

Milne, E., Milne's Landing : IG sacks Hung, flour at $1.50 ; 6 sacks snowflake at $1.40 ; 60 
lb. soda biscuit at S^c; 251b. evap. apricots at 24c. ; sugar, 200 lb., $11, 100 lb., $5.60; 
82 lb. ham at 24c.: bacon, 40^ lb. at 24c., 23 lb. at 25c.; 50 lb. prunes at 8c.; butter, 56 
lb. at 30c. , 28 lb. at 32c. ; potatoes, 3 bags at $1 . 35, 3 at $1 GO, 10 at $1 . 85 ; 3 bags mixed 



vegetables at $2 
sundries, $64.65. 
Nicholles & Renouff 
nish, 2 gal. at i 
copper tacks, $6 



2 cases tomatoes. 



35 lb. cheese at 19c.; 1 case clams, $5.25 ; 



2 cases Taylor's .soap powder at $6 ; 3 kegs nails, $12 90 ; ir^'nite var- 
5.50, 4 at $3.75; 4 gal. na.sco, $4; 12 galv. coal hods at $1.25; 12 1b. 
4 cases co.al oil at $3.25; 20 lb. manilla rope at 20c.; iOO lb. genuine 
red "lead, $9 ; 15 gal. linseed oil at 90c. ; 5 gal. turp. at $1 .50 ; 120 ft. galv. pipe at lie . ; 
1 case white swan soap, .$6.50 ; 6 door mats at $1.75 ; 24 gross assorted screws at 35c. ; 30 
lights glass, $11.70; sundries, $146 61 

Pell, F. G., Beaumont: 9 sacks Hungarian flour at $1.60; 140 lb. butter, $44.60; 06| lb. 
bacon. •?14.S4 ; 71 lb. ham, $14.88; canned goods, 4 doz. peas, $4.80; 2 doz. tomatoes. 
$3.50 ; 2 doz. corn, $2.40 ; 2 doz. corned beef, $3.20 ; 300 lb. granulated sugar, $17.25 ; 90 
doz. eggs at 30c. ; 20 lb. lard at 30c. ; sundries, .$78.26 

Piercy, J. & Co. : 1 doz. long black oil coats, $30 ; 2 doz. best overalls at $10.50; 2 doz. 
striped gingham coats at $9 ; ^ doz. n.en's night shirts, $7.50 ; 1 doz. Cape Ann hats, 
$6 .50 ; 2 doz. damask table napkins at $3 : sundries. $7 

Porter, Robt. & Sons : 115 lb. sau.^ages at 15c.; beef, 3,196 lb. at 9c., 100 lb. at 8c. ; 736i lb. 
mutt in at lie . ; sundry meats, &c., $15 96 

Tayh)r Mill Co.: 36 ft. oak at 18c. ; 15 M. shingles at $2.75 ; lumber, 200 ft. at $7.50 per M., 
400 ft. at $10, 1,400 ft. at $16, 1,008 ft. at $17, 80 ft. at .S2ii, (-,7 feet at $22, 1,467 ft. at 
$31 ; 100 boxes at 12c.; 1 glass door, $G ; 2 sidelights at$6 ; 1 transom, $4.75 ; 55 trays at 
15c., .56 at lie; 4 turnings, $3.40 ; 100 ft. gutter, $6.50 ; sundries, $14.07 

Thomas Bros. & Grant : uniform suits with caps, 1 at .$33.50, 2 at $32.25, 4 at .$31 

Turpel, Wm., & Son.: d'ckmg ss. Eirl, $40 ; labour, 8| d. at $3 ; |d. caulkingat$5 ; oakum, 
$1 ; 3 lay days at $10 ; superintending, $10 

Wah Gan & Co., Chinese merchandise, no details. 

Wallace, James, supplies : 1,410 qts. milk at lOc; eggs, 35 doz. at 2.5e., 59 doz. at 30c., 6 doz. 
at 40c.; 150 lb. fresh fish, ,$9.75 ; 466 lb. beef at be, 200 lb. at 9c.; 208 lb. mutton at lie; 
900 ib. potatoes at l^c, 2,100 lb. at ic; 2 chickens, $1.50 

Wilson, A. & W.: stfel ranges, 2 at $65, 3 at $57 ; 2 cold blast lieaters at $26 ; 1 air tight 
heater, $14 ; coal stoves, 1 at $14, 1 at $11 ; 1 box stove, $7 ; 2 r mge boilers at $8.50 
sundries, $9.30 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
60,408 11 



17 75 
45 00 



64 60 



361 50 
94 50 


147 26 

44 00 

70 15 

4 75 



172 93 



765 18 



185 16 
64 60 



241 91 



315 81 



230 23 



96 00 


409 86 


214 46 
222 00 


103 25 
117 41 


291 51 


425 30 



65,118 23 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-57 



<|narantine : Organized Districts and Public Health Generally — Continued. 
Brouglit forward 



Victoria, B.C. — Concluded. 



Wilson, The B. Co., 2^ tons ice at $11 

Windsor Grocery Co.: butter, 8 lb. at 30c., 12 lb. at 35c., 14 lb. at 40c.; 23 do^. p^rgR at 40c.; 

sundries, .iSOG. 10 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies 

Legal expenses, Alexis Martin, K.C., Victoria 

Darcy Island — 

A. T. Watt, M.D.: general expenses, $11.75 ; fares, Wilson & Tuck, to and from island, 
$25.50 

Wilson, A. E., caretaker, July 23, 190G, to Mar. 31, 1907 at $90 per m 

Wdson, J., Prov. sanitary inspector : services, 6J m. at $.30 ; expenses, $10.95 

Tuck, R., cook and interpreter, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at $30 

Campbell, D. E., Victoria : 1 lb. bichloride tablets, $2 ; 1 gal. Dom. creoline, $3 ; 6 boxes 
D. & F., caps, $6 ; 9 oz. Bis Formic Oxide, $6.75; 1,000 caps chalmogra oil, 10 min., 
$12, .000 ditto, 5 aiin., -$4 ; sundries, $46.90 

Chungranes, D. K., Victoria: 340 lb. fish at Sc; apples, 6 cases at $1.75, 11 at .§2; 30 
cases assorted fruits at $2, 1 at $2.50 ; 5 cases pears at $2 ; 1,000 lb. vegetables at 
3c.; 1 doz. fowl, $10 ; watermelons, 2 at 50c., 49 at 65c.; 6^ cases oranges, $26.50 ; 6 
bags rice, $12 ; sundries, .$ L4 . 20 

Dan Yock Tong, Victoria, Chinese medicines, &c 

Fraser, Walter S., & Co., Victoria : 1 cooking stove, $9.75 ; 1 patent spray pump, .$7.50 ; 
25 lb. dynamite, 60 p.c, $7 ; 2 cases coal oil, $7 ; 1 barometer, §6 ; 150 ft. mauilla 
rope, $4.60; 200 cartridges, .$6.60; 1 meat safe, .$5.50; 2 handsaws?, $4.25; 1 5^-ft. 
cross-cut saw, $4 ; 2 razors, .$4 ; sundries, $147 .72 ' 

Goodacre, L., & Sons, Victoria : 429 lb. pork at 12ic. ; sundries. $4.25 

Gulf Lumber Co., Vancouver : lumber, 1.079 ft. at $15, 1,048 ft. at $18, 400 ft. at $31 ; 
5i M. shingles at $2.80; 4 sash at $1.25 

Jensen, W., Sidney, B.C., expenses on trips to island . 

Kong Sing Wing & Co., Victoria, Chinese merchandise, &c , 

Moore, H., Sidney, B.C., trips of launch to island, 4 at $6, 8 at .$5 

Porter, Robt., & Sons, Victoria : .536 lb. roast beef at 12ic.; pork, 20 lb. at 12ic., 990i 
lb. at 10c. ; sundries, $6 88 ; freight, $10 . 75 " ' 

Powell, Geo., & Co., Victoria, sundry hardware supplies 

Shade, Geo., Victoria : 8 pr. gum boots at .?3.75 : 1 pr. shoe.'?, $3 

Spencer, D., Ltd., Victoria : 7 pr.s. overalls at 90c.; 4 camp cots at .$2.50 ; 11 wire mat- 
tresses for same at $2.. 50 ; 13 prs. pillow slips. at 30c.; 13 prs. pillows at $2 ; 3 |>rs. 
sheets, $4.. 50 ; 8 pr. mens rubber boots at .$3 ; 8 mackintosh suits at .$3.. 50 ; 8 shirts 
at 65c.; 12 prs. blankets at $3.75 ; 1 pr. mens gummed boots, $7 ; 1 pr. boots, $4 ; 8 
prs. pants at -SS ; 2 oilskin suits, $5 ; 8 caps at 50c.; sundries, $25.60 ... 

Stephens, R. F., Victoria, 1 new 16 ft. boat as per agreement . . 

Taylor Mill Co., Victoria: 2 doors at $3.25; 44 ft. gutter at Sc; cartage, $1 ; 1 M. 
shingles, $2.85 ; 100 ft. luniber at 2c 

Turner, Beaton & Co., Ltd., Victoria, sundry supplies 

West End Grocery Co , Victoria : 4' boxes orange.s, $20.25 ; 157 lb. ham, $31.90 ; bread, 
$6.25 ; 250 lb. sugar, $16.25 ; 23 mats rice, $51 .75 ; salt fish, .$5.50 ; 40 lb. bacon at 
22c.; 1 case salmon, .$6.50 ; 35 lb. tol.Mcco, $31 ; milk, 1| cases, $7.75 ; 1 case canned 
meats, ?5.25 ; 4 cases coal oil at .$3.50 ; 4 cases jam at.S7.20 ; 9 sacks rice, $18 ;8 sacks 
potatoes at $1.25; strawberries, .$4.75 ; 14 doz. eggs, .$4.40 ; freight, $7: sundries, $20.4.5. 

White, J. J., Sidney : 100 lb. bacon at 22c.; 250 lb. gran, sugar at 5fc. ; 50 lb. evap. apples 
at 18c. ; 2 doz. tins peaches, -$5; .30 lb. butter, .$9.45; Chinese rice, J ton at $106, 
i ton at $105, 1,300 lb. at .$91.20 ; coal oil, 3 cases at $2.90, 1 at .$3.10 ; 144 bars soap, 
$5.10 ; 2 doz. tins peaches, $5 ; tobacco, 3 boxes at $6, 1 at $5 ; sundries, $111.05 ; 
2 trips from Sidney to Darcy Island, $10 ; general freight, $2.50 

Sundry accounts under $10 — 

Jack-son, Wm., & Co., •$3.05 ; Sylvester Feed Co., .$3.75. 

Lkss— Board monev. Dr. Watt, $799.63; sale of horse, cart, &c., $100 ; deducted at end 
(page D— 58).." ($899.63) 

General. 

Prince Edward Island — 

Dr. W. Dougherty, Cape Traverse, March 8-31, 1907, at $100 per m 

Nova Scotia — 

Digby, Dr. L. H. Morse, services as quarantine inspector 

New Brunswick — 

Dalhousie: Dalhousie Lumber Co., hire of tug, $4 ; Dr. W. E. Rowley, services, $5... 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
65,118 23 

27 50 



87 50 

9 72 

20 00 


37 25 

746 13 
200 95 
240 GO 



80 65 



257 75 
160 20 



213 92 

57 87 

67 86 
18 45 
77 40 
64 00 

186 18 
38 65 
33 00 



250 00 
100 00 

15 87 
35 77 



298 60 



335 05 
6 80 



77 42 

4 00 

9 00 

68,875 72 



D-58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Quarantine: Organized Districts and Pabltc Healtb Generally — Continued. 



Brought forward 



General — Concluded. 
Quebec — 

St. Luce Station, Dr. Ernest Belisle, inspecting vessels, July-Nov., 1906, 21 at $15 

British Columbia (S525.68)— 

Carson : A. Langford, services, March 15-31, 1907 . . 

Cascade : P. Donaldson, services, March 15-31, 1907 

Clover dale: Dr. H. McEwan, services, March 13-31, 1907, at S125, $76.61; 200 vaccine 

points, .813 .64 

Gateway : Dr. H. Watt, services, March 22-31, 1907, at §125, $40,32; 100 vaccine points, 

Leeming Miles Co., .%.14 

Grand Forks: Dr. W. Truax, services, March, 4-31, 1907, at $100, -858.06 ; 100 vaccine 

points, Leeming Miles Co., -SO. 14 

Greenwood : Dr. S. S. Oppenheimer, services, March 14 31, 1907, at $100, $58.06 ; 100 

vaccine points, Leeming Miles Co., S6 . 14 

Midway : J. Ferguson, services, 15 d. to March 31, 1907, at .?2.50 

Mission Junction : Dr. A. J. Stuart, services, March 13-31, 1907, at;$100, .861.29 ; 100 vac- 
cine points, Leeming Miles Co., S6 . 14 

Ptossland : Dr. A. Kenning, services, March 22-31, 1907, at $200 per m., $64.50 ; 100 vac- 
cine points, Leeming Miles Co., $6 . 14 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page D— 6) . . 

F. Montizambert, M.D., travelling expenses 

A. Nowlan, clerk, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $75 

Bell Telephone Co. : rent of phones, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, Dr. Montizambert's office, $30 ; 

rasidence, $26 . 25 ; message, .50c 

Leeming Miles'Co.: 1 doz. elm. thermometers at $1.10 ; 270 pkgs. glyc. vaccine at 60c. 

Lester In.'^titute of Preventive Medicine, serum 

Telegrams: C. P. Ry. Co., $44.25; G. N. W., $37.34 

Sundry accounts under $10 : Dominion Express Co., 00c.; Graves Bros., Ottawa, 60c 

Subscriptions to nt^wspapers, periodicals and medical associations, $01.29 ; overpayment, $5.11. 

King's Printer, Ottavvfa, printing forms and parliamentary publications 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies 



Less — Sales at Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, $436.72; board money, Dr. Watt, $799.63 ; 
proceeds sale horse, cart, &c., $100, Victoria, B.C.; sale 838 empty coal bags at 5c 



Quarantine : Steamer Serrtcet 

British Columbia Marine Ry. Co., cost of steamer Madge, $44,250 ($10,000 paid in 1905-6, 
pageD-62) 



Tracadie Liazaretto. 



A. C. Smith, M.D., inspector : 9 m. to March 31, 1907, $1,200 ; travelling expenses, $89.62. , 

Sisters of Charity : 9 m. to March 31, 1907, salaries, $900 ; maintenance, $1,725 

Levasseur, Rev. J., chaplain, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

McKay, Rev. W., chaplain, for March, 1907 

Graves Bros., Ottawa: 1 crystal fountain water filter, $20; 1 improved natural stone filter. 

$9; freight, &c., $1.99 '. 

Lyman Sons & Co., Montreal : 6 lb. chaulmoogra oil at .$2.75 ; sundries, $7.25 

Alackenzie, J. D. B F., Chatham, 1| doz. smoked glasses., 

Sisters of Charity, outlay for fencing Lazaretto grounds 

Smith, Dr. A. C, supplying 3 telephones for Lazaretto 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies 

Le5S — Paid Quarantine Organized Districts, Chatham, N.B (Page D— 52). . 



Public TForks Healtb Act. 

T. F. Chamberlain, inspector : 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $125 ; travelling expenses, $1,018.80; 

to be accounted for $14 

C. A. L. Fisher, M.D., inspector: 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at -$125; travelling expenses, 

$639.15 ; on account, $200 

King's Printer, Ottawa, $7 . 12 ; Stationery Office, supplies, $1 . 15 



$ cts. 
68,875 72 

315 00 

42 50 
42 50 

90 25 

46 46 

64 20 

64 20" 
37 50 

67 43 

70 64 
3,000 00 

775 34 
675 00 

56 75 
175 20 

71 18 
81 59 

1 50 

66 40 

52 79 

201 75 



74,873 90 
1,378 25 



73,495 65 



34,250 00 



1,289 62 

2,625 00 

150 00 

833 

30 99 
23 75 
3 37 
150 00 
70 00 
20 63 


4,371 69 
8 92 


4,362 77 



2,157 80 

1,964 15 

8 27 

4,130 22 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-59 



Hospitals. 



St. Boniface Hospital 

Winnipeg General Hospital. 



$ Ct8. 



Heal til of Animals. 

Nora Scotia ($2,910.09). 

Killam, B. B., Yarmouth, testing^ cattle, Dec, 190f> 

McFatridge, H. S., supt., Halifax, services 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Thurston, E. C, Sydney : July- March, 317 h. at 50c.; expenses, $64.75 

Experimental station. Gulf Road, Antigoni.sh (§2,299.84) — 

Pethick, W. H.: supt., 9 in. to I\Iarch 3i, S900 ; expen.ses, §322.95 

Antigonish Tel. Co.: rent of phone, 1 y. to Oct. 1, 1907, S18 ; mes.sages, •?5.60 

Campbell, Mrs. Mary : rent of farm, 1 y. to Oct. 1, 1907, §200 ; rent of office, 1 y. to Nov 
30, 1906, .S45 

Cameron, Allan, hay, .§4.20 ; Carroll, John, hay, §10.50 

Cunningham, P., labour, &c.. .S3. 38 ; Foster Bros., drugs, S7 70 

Fraser, D., labour, §10.80 ; Henry, C. M., lime, §2.70 

Kennedy, A., hav, .§3.50 ; Kirk, D. G., hardware supplies, §34.07 

Mclsaac, D., blacksmithing, 810.73 ; McLellan, D., hay, §8 

Ma<;pherson, Alex. : caretaker, fl m., §360 ; sundry labour and supplies, §59.80 

MoPherson, Daniel, labour, ifec, §.39.25 ; McPherson, Don., hay, &c., §25.50 

N. S. Tel. Co., rent of phone, Dr. Pethick's residence, 1 y. to Aug. 1, 1907 .... . . . 

aicPhee, R. H., .sundry, .§4 .35 ; Purcell, F., labour. §7 

Randall, F. H., horse-hire for Dr. Pethick to Feb., 1907, §47 ; 6,870 lb. hay, .§41.22 .. 

Trotter, F. R., feed, §60.60 ; Whidden & Son, 6,399 lb. hay, §47.99 



Prince Edward Island (§323). 

Leckie, A. A., Charlottetown, inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 
Macdonald, F. S., Souris, on account (no details) 



mw Brunswick (83,015.11). 

Frink, J. H., St. John : inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, §750 ; expenses, §93.19 

Devlin, Jos., caretaker, Dec. 12 to March 31, 1907, at §40 per m 

Connor, P. L. It John, rent of premises on Lancaster Heights, 6 m. to June 30 

I. C. Ry.: rent of Gilbert's Island, §1 ; 3 bams at station, §105 : cost of loading platform and 

.siding, §1,520 . 28 

McAvity & .Sons, paint, &o., §4.25 ; McGirr, F., marking cattle, §3 

N. B. Telephone Co., rent of phone office, 3 m. to April 1, 1907 , 

Rowan, A. M. , hardware supplies 

Henry, E. W., Fredericton, inspecting, July and Sept., 1906 

Payments for animals slaughtered — 

Wil-son, Eph., Richmond, .?G6.C7 ; Wilson, G. A., Richmond, §183.33 



lAvis, and Quebec generally (§24,852.70). 
Levis cattle yards — 

J. A. Couture : inspector, 9 in. to March 31, 1907, §750 ; expenses, §181 .09 

Begin, C, labour, §5.60 ; Begin, D., carpenter at §1.40, .§316.33 

Bell Co.: rent of phones, George St., 12 m. to July, 1907, §25, 49 Garden, 12 m. to July 
1, 1907, §33 ; messages, -§22 10 

Boivin, M. J., feed, &c., .§78.77 ; Blouin, J. A., wood, &c., .§36 

Brochu, P. D., blacksmithing, §12.90 ; Campbell, P., horse-hire, §2 

Can. Electric Light Co., ligiit, 9 m. to March 31^ 1907 

Carrier, L , sundry repairing, §2 05 ; Carrier, R., supplies, §9.66 

Fournier, P. D., wheels, §15.25 ; Garneau, J. I., hardware, §6.24 

Gagnon, G., night watch at -81 . 40 

(liguere, I., blacksmithing, §6.05 ; Gcsselin, Jos., lumber, .§2.64 

Gravel Lumber Co., sawdu.st, §25 ; Jacque.s, J. H., repairs, -§1.40 

Halle, Jos., labour at §1.40. §117 74 ; Kipling, H. J., messenger at .50c., §23 ..... . . 

Maranda, C, sundry, §2 ; Militia Dept., rent. 1 y. to May 1, 1907, §103 

Quebec Warehouse Co., rent of land, 1 y. to March 1, 1907 

Patry, Jos., labour at §1.40, §117.88 ; Robitaille & Co., coal, §22.58 

Samson, Jos., driver at §1 . 40 

Soc. de Quincaillerie, hardware, §14.44 ; Terreau & Racine, sundry, §1 

Walsh, Wm.: foreman, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, §600 ; expenses, .§6.76 

Meals for men, §2 ; postage, §2 ; telegrams,' §3.13 ; newspaper subscription, -§3 

Beauchemin, F. X., St. Johns : inspector, Dec. 14 to March 31, .§758.06 ; expenses, .§182.00. 

Dauth, A., Coteau du Lac : inspector, 6 m. to March 31 at §100 ; expenses, §21.5.75 

Duchene, J. D., <^iebec : inspecting to Dec. 31, 1906, 18 d. at §5 ; expenses, §103.63 ; account- 
ed for in 1907-8, §1C0 

Duchene, T. R., Chicoutimi : inspecting to Dec. 31, 1906, 46 d. at §5 ; expenses, §130 ..... 

Carried forwardi '. . 



701 23 


2,298 77 


3,000 00 


12 00 


375 00 


223 25 


1,222 05 


23 60 


245 00 


14 70 


11 08 


13 50 


37 57 


18 73 


419 80 


64 75 


20 00 


11 35 


88 22 


108 59 


225 00 


100 00 


843 19 


145 81 


80 00 


1,626 28 


7 25 


5 88 


39 70 


17 00 



250 00 



931 09 


321 93 


85 10 


114 77 


14 90 


40 50 


11 71 


21 49 


379 OS 


8 69 


26 40 


140 74 


105 00 


80 00 


140 46 


324 17 


15 44 


606 76 


10 13 


940 66 


815 75 


293 63 


300 00 


12,039 20 



D-60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Health of Aulnials — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Levis, and Quebec Generally— Continued. 

Gauvin, HL, Quebec City : inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $100 ; expenses to March 31, 

1907, $1,148.13 ; accounted for in 1907-8, 8119.09 

Girouard, E., St. Victoire, horse-hire for J. A. Couture 

Simoneau & Dion, Sherbrooke, on account of quarantine stable at Lennoxville 

Vigneau, J. H., Three Rivers : inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, S900 ; expenses to March 

31, $551.0.5 

Whyte, J. D., Sherbrooke: inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, $975; expenses to March 31 

$395.54 ; deposited to casual revenue, 1907-8, $150 

Payments for animals slaughtered, ($13,013.29) — 

Asselin, .Jos., Port-au-Persil, $100 ; B.'^aulieu, B., Les Escoumains, $13.13 

Bergeron, Aug., Les Escoumains, $0.67 ; Bergeron, L., Ste. Brigette, $133.33 

Bouchard, A., Grande Bergeronnes, $53.33 ; Bouchard, Aug., Mille Vaches, $90. 

Bouchard, B., Grande Bergeronnes, $(')G.67 ; Bouchard, Eug., Les Escoumains, $80.67. . 

Bouchard, F., Sacre Cceur, $f)6.67 ; Bouchard, Mad. Jo.^., Les Escoumains, $96.07 

Bouchard, L , Portneuf, $100 ; Bouchard, L., Les Escoumains, .$86.67 

Bouchard, P., Baie des Bacon, $140 ; Bouchard, W., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 

Boulaine, E., Mille Vaches, $100 ; Boulaine, H., Grande Bergeronnes, $40 

Boulianne, Jos., Sacre Coeur, $130 ; Boulieux, E., Les Escoumains, $193.33 

Brisson, Jos., Sacre Coeur, .$46.66 ; Brisson, S., Tadousac, $.59 , 

Brisson, Simeon, Sacre Cteur, $100 ; Caron, H., Les Escoumains, .$86.67 

Caron, R., Les P^scoumains, $83.33 ; Cote, Ig., Mille Vaches, .$80 

Cote, L., Mille Vaches, $100; C. P. Easton Lumber Co., Portneuf, $500 

Dallaire, Geo., St. Fidele, $93.33 ; Desabrais, O., South Indian, $50 

De.sbiens, A., Grande Bergeronnes, $80 ; Desbiens, C, Mille Vaches, $40. 

Desbiens, T., Mille Vaches, $160 ; Deserre, P., St. Bona venture, $140 

Deslauriers, W., Portneuf, $50 ; Desmeules, T., Tadousac, $10 

Dion, L., Les Escoumains, $90 ; Dube, A., Bois Vert, $73.33 

Dube, Chas. , Bois Vert 

Duchene, Alph., Baie des Bacons, $40 ; Dufour, H., Sacre Coeur, $100 

Dufour, E., Sacre Cceur, $86.67 ; Dnfour, S., Riv. Ste. Marguerite, $26.67 

Duhamel, D., Notre Dame Counseil. $60 ; Dumont, T., Tadousac, $93.33 

Durand, L., Riv. Ste. Marguerite, $80 ; Fortin, L., Portneuf, $10 

Fregeau, F. X., Pike River, $76.67 ; Gabri, L., Kazabazua, $200 

Gagnon, C, Mille Vaches, $100 ; Gagnon, E., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 

Gagnon, F., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 ; Gagnon, P., Portneuf, $100 

Gaudreau, Rev. H., Mille Vaches, $100 ; Gauthier, A., Tadousac, $83.33 

Gauthier, A., Sacre Coeur, $lti.67 ; Gauthier, C, Riv. Ste. Marguerite, $60 

Gauthier, J., Grande Bergeronnes, .$166.66 ; Gauthier, J., Sacre Cceur, $60 

Gauthier, Jos., Les Escoumain«, $86.67 ; Gauthier, Jos., Grande Bergeronnes, $66.66. . . 

Gauthier, L., Grande Bergeronnes, $50 ; Gauthier, L., Riv. Ste. Marguerite, $83.33 

Gauthier, S., Riv. Ste. Marguerite, $66.67 ; Girard, H., Mille Vaches, $93.33. . . 

Girard, J., Portneuf, $lnO ; Gouin, A., St. Cyrille, $60 .' 

Gravel. H., Tadousac, $20 ; Gravel, Jos., Tadousac, $20 

Guay, Rev. A., Grande Bergeronnes, $26.67; Hendrich, J., Cascades, $90 

Hovington, L., Sacre Coeur, $100 ; Imbault, Lodis, Grande Bergeronnes, 

Jourdain, J., Sacre Cceur, $100 ; Jutras, Wm., La Visitation, $286.67 

Larouche, B , Portneuf, $100 ; Lavoie, E., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 

Lessard, A., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 ; Lessard, E., Giande Bergeronnes, $90 

Lessard, Jos., Grande Bergeronnes, $100 ; Levasseur, Jos., Portneuf, $53.33 

Lord, J., St. Johns, $83.33 ; Mahoney, C, Bouchette, $60 

Mailloux, W., iVapierville, $400 ; Maltais, S., Petit Bergeronnes, $83.33 

Malta is, X., Sacre Cceur, $100 ; Martel, A., Mille Vaches, $40 

Martel, F., Baie des Bacons, $160 ; Martel, Jos., Mille Vaches, .$93.33 

Martel, R., 1' Anse St. Jean, $100 ; Moorhead, John, Kazubazua, $193.33 . . 

Moorhead, J. S., Kazubazua, $93.33 ; Morin, A., Sacre Coeur, $86.67 

Morin, J., I'Anse Rochu, .$33.33 ; Morin, Jos., Sacre Coeur, $100 

Nault, A., Maniwaki, .$90 ; Otis, Aug., Sacre Coeur, $46.67 

Otis, Jos., S.icre Cceur, .$20 ; Peltier, D., Escoumains, $100 

Perron, E., Tadousac, $76.67 ; Perron, I., Sacre Coeur, $50 

Pienzo, L., Mille Vaches, $53.33 ; Pilotte, C, Mille Vaches, $100 

Pineault, A.. Mille Vaches, .$100 ; Poulin, O., St. Joseph, $183.33 

Proulx. A., Oldfield, $100; Quinn, Geo., Mille Vaches, $100 

Ross, Geo. P., Buckingham, $100 ; Savard, C, Chicoutimi, .$16.66 

Savard, E., Sacre Coeur, $200 ; Savard, L.. Sacre Coeur, $100 

Simard, Jos., Grande Bergeronnes, $10(5.67 ; Sirois, N., Grande Bergeronnes, $50 

Smith. H., Ascot, $83.33 : Smith, P., St. Clothilde, $133.33 

St. Gelais, F.. Portneuf, $100 ; St. Gelais, W., Portneuf, $36.67 

St. Hilaire, Jos., Les Escoumains, $66.67 ; Tremblay, A., Portneuf, $100 

Tremblay, A., Grande Bergeronnes, $16.67 ; Tremblay, A., Les Escoumains, $183.33. . . 

Tremblay, A., Chicoutimi, $153.33 ; Tremblay, A., Mille Vaches, $66 67 



Carried forward .... 



$ cts. 
12,039 20 



2,167 22 

8 00 

900 00 

1,454 65 

1!'520 54 

113 33 
140 00 
143 33 
153 34 
163 34 
186 67 
240 00 
140 00 
323 33 

96 66 
186 67 
163 33 
600 00 
143 33 
120 00 
300 00 

60 00 
163 33 

73 33 
140 00 
113 34 
153 33 
120 GO 
276 67 
200 00 
200 00 
183 33 

76 67 
226 66 
153 33 
133 33 
160 00 
160 00 

40 00 
116 67 
280 00 
386 67 
200 00 
190 00 
153 33 
143 33 
483 33 
140 00 
253 33 
293 33 
180 00 
133 33 
136 67 
120 00 
126 67 
153 33 
283 33 
200 00 
116 66 
300 00 
156 67 
216 66 
136 67 
166 67 
200 00 
220 00 

29,422 91 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPE.^ No. 1 



D-61 



Hcaltb of Animals — Continued. 



Brought forward 

lAvis, and Quebec 6'eneraW.v- Continued. 

Payments for animals slaup^htered — Continued. 

Tremblay, B., Mille Vaches, $73.33 ; Tremblay, C, Le.> Escoumains, 873.33. 

Tremblay, E., Mille Vaches, §i)3.33 ; Tremblay, E., Chicoutimi, SlOO 

Tremblay, F., Boisvert' §83.33 ; Tremblay, F., Grande Bergerotnies, $S0 

Tremblay, J., Portneuf, §16.67 ; Tremblay, Jos., Sacre Cceur, §10 

Tremblay, Jos., Mille Vaches, §.S(!.67 ; Tremblav, Jos , Buisvert, §90 

Tremblav, N., Tadousac, §100 ; Tremblay, P., Boisvert, §100 

Tremblav, T., Mille Vaches, §18(5.07 ; Tremblay, T., Bale des Bacons, §43..".) 
"^remblay, W., Mille Vaches, §100 ; Tremblay, Wm., Mdle Vaches, §100 . . . 

Tremblay, Z., St. Fidele, $260.67 ; Vallee, G. G., Sherbrooke, §20 

Veudal, O., Petit Bergerounes 



Montreal (^,317.39). 

Baker, M. C. : inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, §900 ; expenses, §150.60 

Bell Co. : Union Ave., 12 m. to July 1, 1907, .$54 ; Mansfield and Burnside PL, 6 m. to June 

1, 1907, §2' 

Cavanagh, E., Co., cattle paint, 98 ual. at §2 

Daubigny, V. : inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31. 19u7, §750 ; expenses, §40.75 

McEachran, C. : inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, §9 .0 ; expenses, §299 

McEakhian, D., inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Siigdeii, B. A. : inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, §900 ; expenses, §159.20 

Marker.-; at yards — 

Dinneen, D., 9 m., §495 ; Long, W., 9 m., §495 

Dunn, P., 5 m., §20u ; Hayes, P., 5 m., §200 

Liichapelle, J.. 5 m., §200 ; Wilkinson, G., 5 m. and 19 d., §224.51 

Paynients for animals Siau6;htf'red (§383.33) — 

David, Wm., Montreal, §66.66 ; Legassick, Mrs., §50 

Maybury, Geo., Montreal, .§200 ; Plamondon, L., §66.67 



Ontario {$19,170.21). 

Belai'-e, Geo. H., Pembroke : services to D^c. 31, 1906, 11 d. at §5 ; expenses, $44.75 

Bell Co., service, Samia, 6 m. to Junt- 1, 1907 

Boyd, H.. Till airy, inspecting to Sept. 30, 1906 

Brown, A., inspector, Sarnia, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,000 

C. P. Ry., rent of site for quarantine station, Windsor, 1 yr. to Sept. 1, 1907 

Clapp, \\ ., Dresden : inspecting hogs, 16 cars at §2 ; expenses, 47c 

Coates, K. C, Thamesville, inspecting, July-Sept. 30, 1906 

Crooks, A. R., Brantford, §3 ; P'awcett, J. M., Mt. Forest, .^13.50 

Ferris, T. G., services, Windsor, 9 ra. to Mar. 31, 1907 at .§700 

Fry, H. W., inspecting hogs to Sept. 30, 1906, 16 cars at §2 

G. T. Ry., rent <jf cattle quarantine at Pt. Edward, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Groves, J. W., Hamilton, inspecting to Sept. 31, 1906, 73 cars at §1 

Henderson, D.. (ileneoe : 5 m, at §8.33, 4 ni. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §100 ; expenses, $421.03.. . 
Hig^iiison, G. W., Rockland : 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,000 ; expenses, §358.01 (§100 paid 

in I'.iOl 5 Pasre D— 45) 

Holliii^'su urth, J. B., Ottawa, §8.40 ; James, A. E., Ottawa, §1.25 

Jemisun, G., Prescott, inspecting to Dec. Ml, 1906 

Jone.s, F. A., services, Windsor, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §500 ; expenses, §13.65 

Jordan, .\. R., Essex, inspecting to Sept. 30, 19l'6 

Kime, Jos.. < hatliam, services, 9 m. to Mar. SI, 1907 at .§250 

Lawson, Wm., Emo, services, 7 m. at .§25 ; expenses, §37 .45 

MacGr-gor, R., caretaker, Pt. Edward, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §35 

Mich. Cential Ky., rent, §5 ; ^loor^, R., Amigari. rent of stalls, .§3.48 

Mor.se, A. (J., Niagara Falls, painting barn, .§18 ; McCormick, A., Ormston, .?3 

McGuire, W. C, Cornwall, inspecting to Mar. 31, 1907 

Orchard. G. W., Ottawa : 9 m. to .Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,300 ; expenses, §575.01 ; §100 paid in 

l90r)-() Page D— 07 ; and §100 refunded in VM i7-8 

Perdue, .M. B., Chatham: inspector, 9m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,400; expenses, §373.51; 

accounted for ill 1907-8, .§..0 

Philp-, M., Bridtjebnrg : inspector, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 at §1,000 ; expenses, 39.50 

Rogers, E. S., Sault Ste Marie, inspecting, Sept. 11, 1906. . 

Rowe, W. B., lilenheim : inspector, 9 ni. to Mar. 31, 1907, §187.50; expenses, §189.65 

Smith, .A.., Toronto, services, 9 m. to March 31, 1907. at .§.500 

Stork, VV. W., Brampton : inspector, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at §1,300 ; expenses, §751.50 ; 

depo-iteil to casual revenue, 1907-8, $200 

Stublis, W., Caledon : 9 m. to March 31, 11107, §900 ; expenses, §.50 

Tennaent, J. L., London : 9 ni. to March 31, 1907, §'.'00 : expense.-, .§279.03 

Thorne, J. A., Wallaceburg ; 9 m. to March 31, 1907, §187.50: expenses, §2.20 

Watson, T. E. , Niagara Falls, inspecting to March 31, 1907 



$ cts. 
29,422 91 



146 66 
193 33 
163 33 

56 67 
176 67 
200 00 
230 00 
200 00 
286 67 

20 66 



1,050 60 

74 00 
196 00 
790 75 

1,199 00 
750 00 

1,059 20 

990 00 
400 00 
424 51 

116 66 
266 67 



99 75 
37 50 
42 06 

750 00 
25 00 
32 47 

123 60 
16 50 

525 00 
32 00 

110 00 
73 00 

862 68 

1,008 01 
9 65 

7 50 
388 65 

86 97 
187 50 
212 45 
315 00 

8 48 
21 00 
20 50 

1,550 01 

1,473 51 

789 50 

6 00 

377 15 

375 00 

1,929 50 

950 00 

1,179 03 

189 70 

109 35 



Carried forward 51,344 31 



D-62 



AVDITOR GENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Healtb of Animals — Cmitinued. 



Brought forward , 

Ontario — Continued. 

Windsor Waterworks, water for quarantine barn, 1 y. to December 31, 1907 

Yates, T. H., services, Windsor, 9 m. to March 31, l'.)07 

Advertisiner (S72.38)— 

' Amherstberg Echo,' S5. GO; 'Blenheim News,' $4.48; 'Chatham Canadian,' $4.20 

'Chatham News,' $11.20; Comber Herald, ' $5 . 60 ; 'Essex Free Press,' $.5.60 

' London Advertiser, ' $1 9 . 20 ; ' Ridgetown Plaindealer, ' $5 . 40 ; ' Wallaceburg Record, 

Sll.lO... 

Payments for animals slaughtered ($4,644) — 

Alkenbrach, C, Napanee, $100 ; Athoe, Wm. G., Ridgeway, $21 .33 

Babcock, R., Verona, $166.67 ; Brewster, M. M., Ridgew.ay, $30.67 

Burger, C. M., Stevensville, $98 ; Davison, J. A., Bellwood, $90 

Duquette, Jos., Clarence Creek, $130 ; Dunn, Wm., Bromley Line, $83.33 

Edwards, W. C Co., Rockland, $53.33 ; Elliott, T. J., Clinton, $233.33 

Emmer.son, C, Belleville, $180 ; English, H., Chatham, $146.67 

Hanna, A. J., Ridgeway, $24 ; Hardison, R. T., Ridgewav, $42.67 

Huffman, W, W., Ridgeway, $8 ; Galbraith, R. J., Orangeville, $4 

Gibson, T. E., Brittain, $4 ; Gillan, Geo., Glanford, $423.33 

Gosselin, F., Rainy River, $140 ; Graham, A., Belleville, $60 

Graham, R., Bromly Line, $100 ; Jamieson, A., Streetsville, $26.67 

Johnston, H., Shetland, $149.33; Jone-s D. B., Essex, $86.67 

Lake. J. C, Belleville, $810 ; Lowe, J. H., Mt. Plea.sant, $310 

Manarv, J. H., Wyman, $100 ; Mead, Wm., Wallaceburg, $4.67. . . . 

Metcalf, F., Colraurg, $40 ; ISIcKay, B., Ridgeway, $9.33 , 

Neil, J., Lyneside, $160 ; O'Flynn, F. E., Belleville, $83.33 

Redman, J., Marsville, $100 ; Salter, S., Greenhank, $114 

Teal, J. N., Ridgeway, $16.67; Thivierge, E., Clarence Creek, 

Thomson, Wm., Blenheim 



Manitoba ($33,003.44). 
Emerson ($703. 86)- 

Abbott, H., caretaker, 18 d. to July 18, 1906, at $1 

Robinson, P. A., inspection: 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $500 per annum ; expenses, 

gravelling stockyards, $298 .86 ; cleaning off snow, $9 ; sundries, $3 

John.son, H. J., Carberry, expenses, July 1-11, 1906 

Leslie, W., Melita, inspection fees, March and April, 1906 

Little, Chas., Winnipeg : services, 9 m. to March 31, 1906, at $125 ; use of horse, 8 m. at $25 ; 

expenses, $38 .35 

Little, W., Boissevain, inspection fee.s and travelling expenses 

Molioy, J. P., Morris : services, 8 m. to February 28, 1907, at $1,300 per annum ; expenses, 

$r)67.30. 



McGillivray, C. D., Winnipeg : services, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $1,700 per annum ; ex 
penses, $1,2.55.50 

Scurfield, R. D. , Crystal City, inspection fees 

Shoutts, W. A., Gladstone : services, 30 d. at $5 ; expenses, $200.40 

Steven.son, J. A., Carman : services, 6 m. to March 31, 1907, at $100; expenses, $512.60 

Thomp.son, H. N., ^Vinnipeg: services, Nov. 12, 1906, to March 31, 1907, 46.33 m. at $100 
expenses, $345.60 

Torrance, F., Winnipeg : services, self, $150 ; Dr. Bell, $100 ; expenses, $123.60 

Adverti.Mng: Winnipeg, 'Farmers' Advocate,' $50.40; Manitoba 'Free Press, ' $33 . 60 
' Nor' West Farmer, ' $47 . 04, 



Pasteur Vaccine Co., New York : 50 single blacklegine at $1 ; 5 outfits, $2 

Tracy, N., Killarney, material and work on quarantine yard at Bannprman 

Rental of corrals : Bannerman, Brandon, Sask. & H. B. Ry., $1 ; Emerson, C. N. Ry. Co., 
$5; G. Christie, March 13-31, 1^07, $12.26; Gretna, Midland Rv. of Man., $1; F. C, 
Vollrath, 1 m. to March -31, 1907, $15 ; Hudson Bay Co., tp. 8, range 9, sec. 22, w. 4, 2y.. 
$128 



Legal expenses, Philp & Kilgour, Brandon 

Payments for horses slaughtered ($20,500.01) — 

Acheson. Mrs. S. B., Rosenfeld, $80 ; Alderson, C, Swan River, : 

Ames, Wm., Roblin, $200 ; Austin, G., Deloraine, $503.33 

Barr, James, Glenboro, $500 ; Biscoby, F., Stonewall, $100 

Bonnett, D., Winnipeg, .$40 ; Braun, P., Altona, .$86.67 

Bruneau, N., St. Jean Baptiste, $200 ; Bruneau, T., St. Jean Baptiste, $233.33 

Cammpbell, A., Balmoral, $40 ; Canadian Northern Exp. Co., Winnipeg, $700 

Chartier, D., St. Lazare, $30 ; Christianson, W., Whitewater, $66.66 

Chirin, A., Inkster, $140 ; Christie, Geo., Emerson, $^40 

Clifford. W. C, Austin, .$34.3.33 ; Crabb, Wm., Swan River, $100 , 

Dickenson, Geo., Selkirk, $450 ; Doig, A., Louise Bridge, $200 

Donovan, P. C, Neche, N. D., $286.67 ; Dugas, A., Lorette, $240 



$ eta, 
52,344 31 



4 81 
525 00 

14 28 
22 40 

35 70 

121 33 
197 34 
188 00 

213 33 
286 66 
326 67 

66 67 

12 00 

427 33 

200 00 

126 67 

236 00 

1,120 00 

104 67 

49 33 

243 33 

214 00 
176 67 
334 00 



18 00 



685 86 


6 03 


48 05 


1,363 35 


695 25 


1,433 94 


2,530 50 


480 40 


350 40 


1,112 60 


808 93 


373 60 


131 04 


52 00 


2,175 00 


162 26 


16 22 


240 00 


703 33 


600 00 


126 67 


433 33 


740 00 


96 66 


980 00 


443 .33 


650 00 


526 67 



Carried forward ' 75,.573 92 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-63 



Ilealtb of Animals — Continiied. 



Brought forward 

Manitoba — Concluded. 

Payments for horses slaughtered— Conchuled. 

Dugdale, W., High Bluff, $80 ; Enson, J., Winnipeg, SlOO 

Forsyth, A., High Bluff, §100 ; Fox, T. L., Balmoral, $200 

Frep^ J., Durban, §300 ; Gillespie, A., Gunton, §40 

Gillespie, R., Winnipeg, §180 ; Gillespie, W., Winnipeg, §100 

Good, M., Balmoral, §80 ; Guenther, A. A., Altona, §140 

Guenther. P., Rosenfeld, §226.67 ; Hall, S., Portage la Prairie, .§60 

Harder, F. F., Plum Coulee, §53.33 ; Harma, C, Altona, §133.33 

Harris, Albert, Durban, §346.67 ; Harris, Harvey, Durlian, .§100 

Hildebrand, C, Altona, §426.67 

Holden, C. K., Benito, §220 ; Holden, E. L., §200 

Holman, J. H., Winnipeg, §100 ; Holtby, E., Benito, .§280 . . 

Hutchinson, T., Melita, §280 ; Inman, Jas., Balmoral, §50 

Johnston, T., Gilbert Plains, §100 ; Kirkup, John, Balmoral, §40 

Kirkup, Thos., Balmoral, §80 : Klasson, A. F., Rosenfeld, §90 

Koffman, D., Stonewall, §180 ; Lacquemont, H., Bowsman, §106.67 

LaFleche, F., Morri.s, §170 ; Lagimodiere, E., Lorette, §113.33 

Lagimodi^re, W., Lorette, §266.67 ; Lavallee, Jos., Lorette. §216.67 

Lavoie, A., Lorette, §106.67 ; Liven, E., Middlechurch, §100 

Lightfoot, Jas., Winnipeg, ^840 ; Lockhart, J., Glenboro, .§200 

McCormick, J. G., Shadeland, §100 : Marion, D., St. Jean Baptiste, §60 

Marion, S., St. Jean Baptiste, §146.67 ; Miller, Wm., Emerson, §290 

Monkman, C, Poplar Park, §103.33 ; Monkman, J., Gilolo, §620 

Moore, A. E., Glenboro, §100 ; Moroseneck, D., Winnipeg, §40 

Munro, A., Portage la Prairie, §660 ; Munro, E., Portage la Prairie, .§200. 

Nichols, D. S., Portage la Prairie, §180 ; Pitt, James Eagleton, §400 

Poison, W. B. L., Bonnie Doon, §60 ; Powers, Ed., Balmoral, §40 

Roome, R., Dunara, .§180 ; Sanders, L. W., Ethelbert, §180 

Sedgwick, John, Durban, §200 ; Sheppard, W., Letellier, §86.67 

Sherson, J., Roblin, §200 ; Sifton, W., Minitonas, §716.67 

Sinclair, J., Kipiegun, §30 ; Slater, W. J., Middlechurch, .§920 

Spencer, T., Balmoral, §100 ; Standard Lumber Co., Winnipegosis, §600. . 

Stevens, R. R., Selkirk, §120 ; Sure, H., Middlechurch, §80 

Taylor, A. S., Harlington, §400 ; Tibbie, H., Swan River, .§270 

Unrow, P., Phmi Coulee, §40 ; Voth, C, Altono, §200 •. 

Waldeck, , St. Bonifac", §100 ; Waters, Billie, Portage la Prairie, §70. . 

Webster, G. C, Beulah, §280 ; Wiebe, C, Altona, §160 

Wilson, A., Winnipeg, §100 ; Woods, T. A., Benito, §320 

Young, Walter, E.=! Glenella 



Northwest Provinces ($127,813.90). 
Salaries and expense* — 

Briend, Dr. C, Regina, travelling expenses, Woodstock to Regina 

Christie, V. V., V.S., Regina : 6 m. to March 31, 1907 at §100; expenses, §206.65; 
accounted for in 1907-8, §100 

Cope, Henry, Carlyle, expenses re stray horses destroyed for glanders 

Cowan, W. D., V.S., Regina, travelling expenses, Gait to Regina and in field. 

Hadwen, S., Lethbridge. travel in Julj', 1906 

Hargra^ e, J. C, Medicine Hat : services, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 at §100 ; expenses, in- 
cluding April, 1906, §595, 47 

Hawes, A., V.S., Regma : services, Oct. 24-March 31, 1907, 5/^ m. at §100; expenses, 
§620.60 

Hawke, W. R., V.S., Medicine Hat: services, July 20-Nov. 30, 1906, 134 d. at §3 ; ex- 
penses, §127 .45 

Head, Chas., V.S., Regina : services, 2f m. to Sept. 25 at §100; expenses, .§567.80 

Hoggan, T. R. R., Regina : services, Aug. 25-Jan. 31, 1907, 51 m. at §100; expenses, 7 
m. to March 31, §847.74 ; accounted for, 1907-8, §75 

Hood, A. J., Yorkton : services, 5 m., §450 ; expenses, §643.05 

McKay, A. M., Calgary: services, July 16-March 31, 1907, 8Jf m. at §100; expenses, 
§795 .85 

McMurtry, J. C, Regma : 4 m. to March 31 at §100 ; expenses, §336.55 

Patton, W. T., Re.gina : 9 m. to March 31 at §100 ; expenses, §424.77 

Shearer, W. S., Regina: March 4-31, 1907, §90 32 ; expenses, §68.05 

Tuvvnsend, G., Regina : 4 m. to March 31 at §100 ; expenses, §398.38 

Warnock, D., Pincher Creek : services, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §100 ; expenses, 7 m., §408.65 

Watson, A.: 3 m. to Sept. 30 at §1,000 ; expenses, §76.30 

Advertising — 

Calgary ' Albertan,' .§27.44 ; Cardston 'Alberta Star,' .§27.44 

Lethbridge 'Herald,' §27.44 ; Macleod 'Advance,' §27.44 



Carried forward 104,752 95 



cts. 



75,573 92 



160 00 
300 00 
340 00 
280 00 
220 00 
286 67 
186 66 
446 67 
426 67 
420 00 
380 00 
330 00 
140 00 
170 00 
286 67 
283 33 
483 34 
206 67 
,040 00 
160 00 
436 67 
723 33 
140 00 
860 00 
580 00 
100 00 
360 00 
286 67 
916 67 
950 00 
700 00 
200 00 
670 00 
240 00 
170 00 
440 00 
420 00 
260 00 



87 50 



906 65 

32 70 

162 15 

4 75 


1,495 47 


1,146 41 


529 45 
851 13 


1,442 74 
1,093 05 


1,6^14 24 
736 55 

1,.324 77 
158 37 

798 38 

1,308 65 

326 29 


54 88 
54 88 



D-64 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 190<i-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Uealtli of Animals — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Not thweat Provinces — Continued. 

Advertising— CoiieZiwfcd. 

Magrath ' Piuneer,' $27.44; Maple Creek 'Signal,' $27.44 

Medicine Hat 'News,' .§27.44; Moosejaw 'Times,' $27. 44 .• 

Nanton ' News,' 825.48 ; Okotoks ' Review,' $27.44 

Pincher Creek 'Rocky Mountain Echo,' $27.44 ; Raymond 'Chronicle,' $27.44. 

Regina ' Leader ', $27 . 44 ; ' Standard, ' $27 . 44 ; Swift Current ' Sun,' $27 . 44 

Canadian Pacitic Ry. Co., rent of corral, North Portal 

Dudley, D. S., Coutts refund of payment made for test of horses. 

Kunzli, L., Pendant d'Oreille, refund amount paid for steers sold for dijiping charges 

Seabury Live Stock Spraying Machine Co., Denver, Colo., spraying 3,lf:'3 head cattle at 25c. 

for Geo. Lane, Esq., of Bassano, Alta., as per agreement 

R.N.W.M.P.— 

Services of veterinary staff-sgts, exceeding the 8 employed by the mounted police, Julyl- 
March 31, 1907, equal to 2,33G d. at $2 ; wages [and keep special const. A. Flawn at 
Twin Lakes dipping vat,^July 1-Aug.|31, 190C, at §35; rations, 50c. per d.; transport 

expenses, $1,85(5 46 

Remuneration for services of officers and n.c.o., July 1-March 31, 1907 — 

Ayre, H. T., $225; Begin, J. V., $150; Burnett, Insp. J. F.. $450; Busselle, A. 
W., to Feb. 15, $187.81 ; Currier, J., 274 d. at 25c.; Davidson, Insp. H. J. A., 

$1.50; Deane, Supt. R. B., $131.23 

Dennis, A. E., $135 ; Douglas, A. R., $225 ; Duffus, Insp. A. W., to Aug. 5, $19.73 ; 
Gallivan, M. V., $225; Gray, F. M., $225 ; Greenwood, E. S., to July 13, $10.68 ; 

Heffernan, Insp. J. H., $19.73 : Littlehales, J. E., $225 

McGibbon. Supt. J. A., $150; Mcllree, Asst. Com. J. H., $187.50; McVeigh, C. 
H., $225 ; Meakings, E. A., $225 ; Mitchell, VV., $225 ; Mountford, J. J., $225 ; 

Olsen, P., 8225 

Perry, Com. A. B., $600; Penhorn, E. C, $225; Primrose, Insp. P. C. H., $1.50; 
Sanders, Supt. G. E., $131.23; Strickland, Insp. D. A. E., $150; Sweetapple, 

C. H., $225 ; White, S. A. K., $225 ; Wilson, Supt. J. O., $150 

Expenditure, general cattle quarantine, $8,147.11 ; mange treatment, §92. 60 

Refunded into Casual Revenue, 1907-8 

Payments for horses slaughtered ($91,403.30)— 

Adron, A., Rosthern, .S273.33 ; Akins, W., Manor, $60 

Aldridge, D., Cardston, $60 ; Allen, E., Wood Mt., $806.67 

Allied, M., Raymond, $200 ; ALston, J., Prince Albert, $3.53.33 

Anderson, G., Percival, $200 ; Annable, Mrs. Birdie, Moosejaw, $50 

Anlsey, E. F., Meedsville, $75 ; Armstrong, W. J., Grenfell, $83.33 

Aston, F., Grenfell, $84 ; Bailey, S., Milestone, $80 

Baker, C, Strathcona, $266.67 ; Bapti>t, C, Ross Creek, $100 

Barker & Beattie, Swan River, $S00 ; Battersby, H., Eckville, $200 

Beard, R., Moosejaw, $100 ; Bedford, J. A., Stoughton. $200 

Behins, W., Abernethy, .$66.67 ; Burnes, Ed., Saskatoon, $100 

Beliveau, N., Indian Mead, $280 ; Bell, A., Bisley, $2(i0 

Benjafield, C. O., Silton, $630 ; Benallick, F., Yellow Grass, $100 

Bennet, J., Swan River, 8200 ; Berry, Thos., Yellow Grass, $355 

Beihler, J. J., Arat., $20 ; Blatt, W. H., Battleford, $100. .^ 

Bouneau, Jos., Regina, $970 ; Borozaveitch, Y., Cote, .886.67 

Royer, K., Walamun, $100 ; Baniff, J. J., Pincher Creek, $60 

Braun, H., McLean, 840fi 67 ; Brewer, D., Forget, $183.33 

Brooks, O., New Hillsdide, $123.33 ; Brorold, P., Estevan, $100 

Brown, A., Cherin , $100 ; Brown, A. R.. Chering, $83. .33. . 

Brown, T., Hazplclirte, 8100 ; Brown, VV. C, Chering, $200 

Brown, W. H., Francis, §140 ; Bruneau, T., Weyburn, $175 ' 

Buffalo Row., Balcarres, §48 ; Canadian Mutu:d Development Co., Mortlake. $395 

Cargo, H., Fort Qu'Appelle, $100 ; Cannack, D., Moosejaw, .$.50 

Chatuin, A. E., Regina, -830 : Cheddock, :M. C, t^iiill Lake, .$100 

Chennels. Tho-., Sa-katoon, $166.67 ; Christenson, Mrs. L., Estevan, $156.67 

Clarke. A. Lipton, SSO : Clark, J. S., Aberdeen, .$283.33 

Clark W, Prince Albert, $133.33; Clouson, C. E., Claresholm, $300 

Clereio it, A. S., Forget, 850 ; Cochrane, J., Bal anes, 8290 

CooiuKs, G., Prince Albert, $200 ; Cooper, A. F., Indian Head, $150 

Cooper. J., Nanton, .883 33 ; Cooper, W. H., Indian Head, $340 

Cote, G., Kamsack, St;0 ; Cote, Jas., Kamsack. $140 

Cote, Joe, Kam><ack, $50 ; Covert, Albert. Sedgwick, $266.66 

Cowi-nska, ( Indian) Balcarres. .$28 ; Cowles, F., Strathcona, $90 

Cox, O. N., Pincher Creek, 8100 ; Cross. W. K., Moosejaw, $100 

Cullen, Alex., Forget, $101; Darcy & Keys, Balcarres, §200 

Darras, Eli, Dana, $200 ; Davidson, G. M., Weyburn. $333 33 

Daw. F. A., Quince V, $83.33 ; De Beers, F., Forget, $ 

Detchon, S. G., Davidson, $483.33 ; Dibblee, E., Wheatfield, 8123.33 



Carried forward 141,231 18 



$ cts. 
104,752 96 



54 88 

54 88 
52 92 
54 88 
82 32 
1 00 
5 00 
44 00 

795 75 



6,629 46 

1,362 54 
1,085 14 
1,462 50 



1,856 23 

8,239 71 

460 38 

333 33 
866 67 
553 33 
250 00 
158 33 
164 00 
366 67 

1,000 00 
300 00 
166 67 
4S0 00 
730 00 
555 00 
120 00 

1,056 67 
160 00 
590 00 
223 33 
183 33 
300 00 

315 00 
443 00 
1.50 00 
l;^0 00 
323 34 
363 .33 
433 33 
340 no 
350 00 
423 .s3 
200 00 

316 66 
118 00 
200 00 
300 00 
533 33 
13;^ 33 
606 66 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-65 



HealtLi of Animals — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Northwest Provinces — Continued. 

Payments for animals slaughtered — Continued. 

Dibblee, J. N., Westview, $186.67 ; Diedrichs, N., R^s Creek, $200 

Dixun, .1., Hillsden, $83.33 ; Dixon, J. F., Hillsden, $296.67 

Doepe, H., River View, $260 ; Drake, Y., Eye Brow Hill, $175 

Duncan, Jas., Forget, $170 ; Dunsmore, J., Rooanville, $250 

Eckford, A. H., High River, ^176.67 ; Eckford, Christine H., High River, $200 

Elgin, J. A., Claresholm, $186.67 ; Elshang, A., Watson, $193.33 

Ferguson, \I., Caron, $.<66.67 ; Fiehn, H., Benson, S60 

Fields, J. C, & C. A., Regina, ^366.67 ; Finlay & McLaren, Nan ton, $300 

Fimotat, (Indian) Balcarres, $56 ; Fisher, .Jack (Indian) Balcarres, $100 

Fletcher, Geo., Wolf Coule, $450 ; Fletcher, VV. K., Saskatoon, $200 _ 

Forties, C., Medicine Hat, $60 , Forbes, J., Battleford, $100 

Fur.'^yth. H., Battleford, $100 ; Foster, Ed., Hamar, $383.33 

Foster, F., Haniar, $200 ; Eraser, P., Prince Albert, $160 

Freeland, L. A., Wevburn, $776.67 ; Fugle, J., Estevan, $93.33 

Gilbertson, M N., Eckville, $2.53.34 ; Gilbertson, M., Eckville, $50 

Gilmore, S., Edmonton, $166 67 : Glassford, D. L., Gamsb 'ro', $8.56.67 

Glover, P., Raymond, $133.33 : Goppock, Mrs. S., Plain View, .$200 

Gosling, .1. W., Park beg, $170 ; Graham, J., Rocky Coulee, $20 

Gray & Irving, Waverley $200 ; Guyer, B., Sedley, $100 

Haddad, J., Bethune, $200 ; Hanson, H.. Percival, $100 

Ham by, W. J., Sedgwick, $100 ; Hapgood Bros., Tofield, $200 

Hiipt>er, U., Ross Creek, $100 ; Hardinch, W., Fort Qu'Appelle, $182 

Hart, E., Meedsville, .$80 ; Hart, .T., Yellow Grass, $60 

H.art & Smart, Caron, $66.66 ; Harvey, W. A., Macoun, $83.33 

Hastier, P. & .F., Glenwell, -5370 ; Havter, G., Oxbow, $153.33 

Henback, W. A., KuUwa, $68 ; Hildol, E. O., Estevan, $100 

Hillert, W., Forget, $8m ; Hilsameyer, J., Caron, $370 

Hodgsun, D. E.. Caron, $80 ; Holland, M., Macoun, $450 

H.llinghead, .J., Buffalo Plains, $163.33; Holtner, A., Gwynne, $200 

Hurton, E. M., Macoun, $.500 ; Houla, J. B., Welwyn, $90 

Howard, A. L., Meedsville, $93.33 ; Howard, .7., Meedsville, $93.33 

Howard, W. J., Meedsville, $93.33; Hoy, D. E., Kisley, $213 33 

Hov, .J. L., Kisley, $163.33; Hughes, Alf., Lang, $125 

Hughe,s, T., Yellowgrass, $475 ; Hunter, W., Saskatoon, $66.67; Hyland, J., Pincher 

Creek, $93. 33 

Irvin, .J.. Red Deer Hill, $3.56.67 ; Irwin, R. F., Regina, $100 . . 

Jackson, C, Forget, $100 ; James, B., Lethbridge, $100 

Jo'inson, Ed., Gwynne, $100 ; .Fohnson, N., Percival, $200 

Johns<;n, W. E., Manor, $70 ; Jone^, Edgar, $184 

Keewatin (Indian) Balcarres, $40 ; Keefer, P., Fielding, $60 

Kilgour, E., Moosejaw, $30 ; Kilgour, G., Moosejaw, $280 , 

Kline, VV., Willjw Bunch, $50; Knott, H., Lang, $83.33 

Korbil, S., Krakow, .§140 ; Kuntz, J., Sidley, $493. :« 

Lambert, S. W., Parkbeg, $43.33; Lane, Geo., Bassano (cattle), $18,750 

Langrish, W., Oxl)ow, $100 ; Langster & Mdler, Sedgwick, $2 

Larose, J., Rjcanville, $200 ; Larson, J. M., Moosejaw, $50; Larson, 0.,Stavely,$246 67 

Latinier, W. R., battleford, $100 ; Latus, R., Nanton, $83.33 

Lay, C, Plain View, $166.67; Lav, L. C, Plain View, $100 

Lee, F., Lac )mbe, $200 ; Lee, F. H , Ualbrit, $100 

Leeper, B., Elinor, $80 ; Legare, J. L., Willow Bunch, $4,296.67 

Lelacher, W., Kosthern, $300 ; Lennox, W., Gainsboro, $100 

Levesque, L., Forget, $68 ; Linderbeck, W., Estevan, $2«3.33 

Low (Indian), balcarres, $(5.33 ; Lowes, F., Moosejaw, $158 

Ludlow, G. C, Balcarres $80 ; Lull, F., EdmonU)n, $200 

Mc.\doo & Vanhorn, Lethbridge, $200 ; McCord, S., West View, $18 

McCumber, O., Lang. $t^l5 ; McDermid, M., Willows, $3^56.67 , . . 

McDonald, A. G., Calgary, $.50 ; McDonald, P. T., Prince Albert, $140 

McDonald, W., Kunt-svillb. $226.67 ; McDougall, G., Rouleau, $300 

McDowell, F., Parkbeg, .^0 ; McDowell, J., Caron, $40 

McGauvrain, A., l_ill Crest, $100 ; McGauvrain, Mrs. J., Hill Crest, $90 

McHugh Bros., Calgary, $850 ; McHugh, T. P., Gleichen. $130 

McHugh, PV-lix, Calgary, $166 67 ; Mcintosh, A. J.. Willows, $100 

McKay, A. S., Calgary. .S80 ; McKav, Dugal, Aberdeen, .$626 67 

McLean, J. D. & J. R., Eyebrow Hill, $40 ; McLellan, C, NanU, $100 

McLenaghan, N., Swarthmcre, $100 ; McLeod, G., Crossfield, $20 

McNab, C, Kutawa, $33 33 ; McNab, Tom, est.. Touchwood Agency, $70 

McNutt, T., Saltcoats, ,$200 ; McRae, D., McEwan, $100 

Marion, D., Willow Bunch, $70 ; Mark, E., Forget, $130 

Martin, P. M., Milest<jne, $176 . 67 ; Martin, F., Saskatoon, $300 



Carried forward. 



1— 5d 



$ cts. 
141,231 18 



386 67 
380 00 
435 00 
420 00 
376 67 
3»0 00 
426 67 
666 67 
156 00 
650 00 
160 00 
483 33 
360 00 
870 00 
303 34 
1,023 .•■!4 
333 33 
190 00 
3(X) 00 
300 00 
300 00 
282 00 
140 00 
149 99 
523 33 
168 00 
4.50 00 
530 00 
363 33 
590 00 
186 66 
306 66 
288 33 

a35 00 
456 67 
20<i 00 
300 00 
254 00 
100 00 
310 00 
133 .33 
6;« 33 
18,793 33 
350 00 
496 67 
ls3 33 
266 67 
300 00 
4,376 67 
400 00 
331 33 
203 33 
280 00 
218 00 
971 67 
190 00 
52S 67 
120 00 
190 00 
980 00 
266 67 
706 67 
140 00 
120 00 
103 33 
300 00 
200 00 
476 67 

188,623 84 



D-66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Healtb of Animals— Contimicd. 



Brought forward 

Northwest Provinces— Continued. 

Payments for animals slaughtered — Continued. 

Marvel, E. W., Indian Head, $164 ; Masse, N., Forget, .§80 

M.itheson, A., East Clover Bar, $100 ; Mtlanshine, P., Eagle Creek, $100 

Miller, H. A., Carstairs, $60 ; Miller, S., Fielding, $300 

Millet, Mrs. M., Herdman Lodge, $250 ; Milligan, R., Yellow Grass, $175 

Mitchell, Athol, Wallace, $459.33 ; Mitchell, H., Duck Lake, $83.33 

Mitchell, W. J., Frobsiher, $400 ; Moostatik (Indian), Balcarres, $48 

Muhler, H., Caron, .$480 ; Murdook, L., Lumsden, $200 

Murray, T., Wood Mt., $70 ; Myers, B., Regina $100 

Myers, S., Bulyea, $100 ; Myers, W. E., Boyd Settlement, Regina, $116.67 

Nadan & Whittaker, Moosejaw, $220 ; Naden, Thos., Moo.sojaw, $230 

Nagg, John, Plain View, 8276.07 ; Nelson, A., Dora, .?(J6.G7 ...... 

Nelson, Ole., ' Seirdol ' Weyburn, .S283.33 ; Neese, T., Dorenlee, $200 

Nesbit, J. W., Lang, $266.67 ; Newton, E. W., Edmonton, $100 

Nixon, R. J., Crossfield, .$300 ; Nord, C, Camrose, $190 

Nutzhorn, Dick, Caron, $3'.i6.57 ; O'Connor, P., Gap View, $100 

Odegard, S. T., Caron, $70 ; Ohoo (Indian), Balcarres, $50 

Olsen, A., Percival, .$268 ; Olson, G., Hamar, $190 " 

Olsen, H., Percival, $100 ; Olson, Ole, Macoun, ,«;166.67 

Olson, Olaf, Broadview, .$622 ; Orth, W., Saskatoon, $100 

Paterson, A. M., Moosejaw, $196 67 ; Patrick (Indian), Balcarres, $24 

Pearl, Wm., Frobisher, $83.33 ; Penner, C, Langham, $120 

Perry, .James, Taber, $40 ; Perry, Richard, Estevan, $66.67 

Peters, C. J., Saskatoon, $150 ; Peterson, John, Lloydminster, $66.67 

Pfier, J., Sedley, $100 ; Pender, F., Pearl Park, $490. 

Playing Bear (Indian), Balcarres, $88 ; Quinn, Jacob, Rouleau, $166.67. ... 

Quinton, E., Cardston, $100 ; Ramsey, A. J. Yellow Grass, $60 

Rask, P., Percival, $100 ; Red Dog (Indian), Belcarres, $80 

Reed, W. J., Pense, $53.33 ; Reddock. C, Calgary, $50 

Ridington, W. R., Llovdmin.ster, .S83.33 ; Riebel G., Rouleau, $205 

Ring, Matt, (Indian), Wood Mt., $40 ; Roberson, B., Maple Creek, $240 

Robertson, R., Prince Albert, .$33.33 ; Robinson, J. J., Yellow Grass, $00 

Roddy, M. P., Rouleau, .$66.67 ; Roebuck, L. A., Wyevale, $200 

Ross, H., Prince Albert, $283.33 ; Ross, W. J., Rouleau, $140 

Roth well, W. L., Regina, $66.67 ; Row, Wm., Elinor, .$83.33 

Ryan & Paris, Rush Lake, $60 ; R. N. W. M. P., Regina, .$33.33 

Sampson, Chas., Ross Creek, $200 ; Sanderson, S., Quill Lake, .'5733.33 

Saurier, L., Dana, $193.33 ; Scantlebury, B., Esterhazy, $100, overpayment, $100. 

Schrack, A. G., Caron, $280 ; Schreibner & Wheeler, Caron, $500 

Schreibner, A. G., Mortlack, $620 ; Sedgwick, J., Neudorf, $100 

Seeley, Jos, Sterling, $50 ; Severite, F., Kamsack, $20 

Shannon Bros., Medicine Hat, $3,2.36.6'' ; Sherritt, J. W., Wawota, $140 

Shoalman, (x., Logburg, $260.67 ; Shore, J. W., Balcarres, $80 

Shore, T . J., Fort Qu'Appelle, $100 ; Simpson, W., jr., Wallace, $100 

Sinclair & Tisdale, Macoun, $90 ; Siiigos, D., Kamsack, $150 

Sires, John, Caron. $93.33 ; Sk.igg.s, Iv, Weyburn, .$210 

Slager, J., Romford, .$350 ; Slager, M.. Romford, $213.33 

Smeltzer, M., Strathcona. $300 ; Smith, C. J., Elinon, $70 

Smith, W. T., Maple Creek, .$80 ; Spanier, A., Balcarres, $224 

Sparks Bros., Macoun, -$60 ; Squatipew (Indian), Balcarres, $24 

Stanford L., Skibbereen, $160 ; Stanley E., Kutawa, $60 

Stanley R. P., Moosomin, $100 ; Staples, G. W., Moosejaw, $680 

Steele, Ja-s., Fillmore, $300 ; Stew.art, W., Rocky Coulee, $76.67 

Stemchild (Indian), Balcarres, $82 ; Strand, L., Ross Creek, $100 

Strandlund, E., Percival, $200 ; Susukin, P., Langham, $164 

Swartz, John, Halbrite, $283.33 ; Tannen, E., Raymond, $193.33 

Tiylor, A. E., Meedsville, $166.67 ; Taylor, F. W., Eyebrow Hill, $130 

Terse.s, E., Langham, $233.33 ; Thompson, J. We^tview, $283.33 

Tiffin, R., Lethbridge, $83.33 ; Town, F., Hamar, $126.67 

Trew, estate late Jas., Francis, $100 ; Tuson, E., Wheatfield, $90 • 

Vance, J., Raymond, $83 33 ; Waddell, H., Yellow Grass, $80 

Wain, J. R., Wapella, $500 ; Walbaum, Lajord, $126.67 

Walker, A. G., Minitonas, $100 ; Warner, C. A., Aberdeen, $283.33 

Warner, O. E., Saskatoon, $100 ; Watkin, Mike, Langham, $266.67 

Watson, A., Moosejaw, $100 ; Watt, J. E., Wadena, .§100 

Wheeler, G. A., Ulric, $326.67 : Whitney, D. J., Lethbridge, $366.67 

Whitney, W., Lethbridge, $100 ; Weel>en, H., Dundurn, $400 

Wilkie, A., Disley, $100 ; Wilkie, N., Lumsden, $1,000 

Wilson, O., Ross Creek, $283.33 ; Wilson, A., Moosejaw, .$300 

Wilson, F., Ross Creek, $100 ; Wilson, G. R., Watson, $343.33 



$ cts. 
188,623 84 



244 00 
200 00 
360 00 
425 00 
542 66 
448 00 
680 00 
170 00 
216 67 
450 00 
343 34 
483 33 
366 67 
490 00 
556 57 
120 00 
4.58 00 
266 67 
722 00 
220 67 
203 33 
100 67 
216 67 
590 00 
254 67 
160 00 
180 00 
103 33 
288 33 
280 00 
143 33 
206 67 
423 33 
150 00 
93 33 
9;i3 33 
393 :« 
780 00 
720 00 
70 00 
3,370 67 
346 67 
200 00 
240 00 
333 33 
563 33 
370 00 
304 00 
84 00 
220 00 
780 00 
376 67 
182 00 
364 00 
476 66 
296 67 
516 66 
210 00 
190 00 
163 33 
626 G7 
383 33 
366 67 
200 00 
693 34 
.500 00 
1,100 00 
583 33 
443 33 



Carried forward 217,2»4 40 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-67 



Health of Animals — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Northwest Provinces — Concluded. 

Payments fi r animals slaughtered — Conchided. 

Wilson, R., Rocky Coulee, $60.67; Wilson, S. W., Langdon, $90 

Wmfnian, W. H., Mortlaek, §S0 ; Woodhead, G. L., Eyebrow Hill, .S20. 

Woods, Geo., Saskatoon, SKK) ; Wright, F., Dana, -SlOO 

Yelluwhelly (Indian) Balcarres, $.50 ; Young, W. H., Hamar, $06.07.... 
Youngquest, A., Moosomin, $200 ; Youngquost, R., Fleming, $100 



British Cohimhia (■$27,S06.S2). 

Armstrong, R., Rossland, lent of stables, m. to March 1, 1907 

Bell, W. S.. Cranbrook : 9 m. to March .31, .$900 ; expenses, $300.55 

Bland, J. W., Vancouver : 9 m. to March 31, .$750 ; expenses, $339.37 

Buntins.', H., Greenwood, construction of bam at Midway 

Burlinghani, R., Gateway, repairs to corral 

Burns, John, 75 p.c. of work and materials for stock yards at Kingsgate , 

Campbell & Kerr, construction of stable at Gateway . . 

C. P. Ry . : rent of site at G. Forks, 1 y. to Aug. 1, 1907, $5 ; for warehouse at Nelson, $300 

Cascade Woodvard, rent of stable, March 5— April 4, 1907 

Coristine, D., Osoyoos, 9 m. to March 31 at $400 

Frank, J. W., Nelson : 9 m. to IVIarch 31, $900 ; expenses, $416.70 

George, H. H. S., Kamlo<jps : 8 m. to Jan. 31, 1907, $S00 ; expenses, $797.20 

Gibbons, J., Vancouver : services to Aug. 31, 1906, 5 d. at $5 ; expenses, $17.85 

Gordon, J. D., Gateway : 9 m. to March 31, $225 ; outlay for gasoline, $17.87 

G. N. Rj'., rent of corral site at Gateway, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1907 

Jermyn, G. S., Vancouver :11m. to March 31, $1,100 ; expenses, $900.70 

Knight, A., Vancouver : 9 m. to March 31, $900 ; expenses, .$837.10 

Richards, C. R., Victoria, services and expenses to March 31, 1907 

Tan;blyn, D , Midway : 9 m. to March 31, $900 ; expenses, $306.80 

Tolmie, S. F., Victoria: 9m. to March 31, $825; expenses, $544.84; accounted for in.... 

1907-8, (Cas. Rev.) $99.11 

Victoria Wharf and Warehouse Co., rent of quarantine site, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Payments for animals slaughtered, (10,007.98). 

Ashfield, S., Hazelton. $43..33 ; Bailey, W., Mt. Lehman, $100 

Barrett, C, & Co., Hazelton, $2,726.05 ; Big Louie, Hazelton, $26.67 

Boyde, J. C, Hazelton, $140.07 ; Campbell, G. B., Arrowhead, $20 

Carr, M., Hazelton, $100 ; Chief Louis, Sardis, $40 

Coffin, E. Hazelton, $.50 

Columbia R. Lumber Co., Golden, $100 ; Cooke, W. E. Kaslo, $800 

Cummings, R., Otter, $70 ; East Kootenay Lumber Co., Jaffray, $100 

Finks, H., Aldermere, $100 ; P'lewn, J., Port Simpson. $60 

Frost, J. Kelowna, $13.32 ; (iale, R. S., Aldermere, $.53.33 

Garden, G. L., Hazelton, $150 ; Grey, J. H., Hazelton, $83.33 

Gines, G. O. & Co., Westbridge, $720 ; DeHart & Bowes, Kelowna, $66.67 

Heal, F., Aldermere, $20 ; Johnston, E., Vernon, $100 

Johnston, F., Hazelton, §40 ; Kelowna Land and Orchard Co., $353.33 

Kerr, Wm., Hazelton, $200 ; Lacroix, G. , Aldermere, $66.67 

Larkunthy, J. W., Hazelton, $06.67 ; Lingle, W. F., Rossland, $400 

Lonev, J. B., Elgin, $114 ; Loring, R. E., Hazelton, $100 

Lynn, A., Hullcaw, $130 : Martin, H., Hazelton, $100 

Maxwell & McMillan, Aldermere, $100 ; Morin, E., Aldermere, $40 

Mounts & Stonehocker, Hazelton, $50 ; McCoUough, Wm., Victoria, $90.07 

McCright, J. D., Hazelton, $133.33 ; McDonald, A., Sidney, $207.33. 

McDowel, J., Aldermere, $00.07 ; McPhee, P. H., Aldermere, $33.33 

Oakes, A., Hazelton, $50 ; Oakes, John, Aldermere, $50 

Palliser Lumber Co., .$030 ; Pitcann, W. A., Kelowna, $06.67 

Poison, W., Aldennere, $53.33 ; Preston, C. H., Silverdale, $200 

Ritchie, J. F., Victoria, $193.33 ; Sargent, R., Hazelton, $40 

Saver, J., Hazelton, $40 ; Shaw, J. P., Shuswap, $50 

Sheedy, J., Hazelton, $100 ; Trish, A. M., Hazelton, $06.67 

Tronson, E. J., Vernon, $100 ; Thompson, W., Aldermere, $100 

Watson, Mrs. A., Victoria, $10.07 ; White, P. R., Aldermere, $100 

Wilson, P., Hazelton, $60 ; Winters, F. 0., Armstrong, .$30 

Wrinch, H. C, Hazelton 



$ cts. 
217,234 40 



Yukon Territory {■$1,315.50). 

Shultz, Mrs., Forty Mile Creek, rent of stable, 14 m. to March 31, at $12 

Allowances to R. N. W. Police to March 31— 

Asst. Comm. L. T. Wood, $187.50 ; S. Sergt. Acres, $375 ; S. Sergt. Nyblett, $375 ; Corpl 
A. J. Cudlip, $210 . . . . . 



Carried forward . 



156 67 


100 00 


500 00 


IK) 67 


300 00 


30 00 


1,200 55 


1,089 37 


1,275 00 


00 


2,2.50 00 


1,445 00 


305 00 


30 00 


300 00 


1,310 70 


1,597 20 


42 85 


242 87 


1 00 


2,000 70 


1,737 10 


97 75 


1,200 80 


1,468 95 


150 00 


143 33 


2,753 32 


100 67 


140 00 


50 00 


9u0 00 


170 00 


160 00 


00 06 


233 33 


780 07 


120 00 


393 33 


260 07 


400 67 


214 00 


230 00 


140 00 


140 07 


340 06 


100 00 


100 00 


090 07 


253 33 


233 33 


90 00 


160 07 


200 00 


116 67 


80 00 


83 33 



168 00 



1,147 50 



1— 5iD 



247,530 06 



D-68 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1007 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Health of Animals — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Biological Lahonitory Experimental Farm, Ottawa ($6,028.07). 



Baker Laundry Co., $4.82 ; Bauscli Optical Co., electro centrifujje, S28.88 

BeavtT Flint Glass Co., Toronto, $7.^4 ; Belanger, J., mangels, $7.38 .... 

Bell Co.. exchange service, 6 m. to Jan. 1, 1907 . . . . . 

Bry.M.n, Graham & Co., supplies, $<i3.32 ; Biitterworth & Co., supplies, Sl()2.08 

Can. Carb. Co., Quebec, 100 )b liquid ga.«, .$15 ; C.P. Ry , freight, $1.21 

Cartret, M., Pans : micr iscope and fitting.s, $272.51 ; duty on same, $65.50 

Crosbie, J., carving, $14 ; Dynes, A., calf, $16 

Kddy Co., paper, $14 ; Exp. Farm : 1 sheep $6 ; calf, $16. ..." 

Fee, Robert, caretaker, Nov. 5 to Mar. 31 at $.50 per m 

Fischer, G., Gena, $IH.33 ; Fnrtier, P. A., Ste. Scholast'que, $S 

Forward, J. A., hay, &c., .1i!417.86 ; G.T. Ry., freight, 59c 

Hadwen, S., sundry apparatus for biological work 

Higfjins, C. H.: 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,70 ) ; expenses, $596.11 ; to be accounted for, $81.15. . 

Kinsi'lla, T., contractor, 4 m. to Oct. 31, at $"'0 

Kocchl, V. & Co., New York, 500 cc. tuberculin 

Lyman Sons & Co., flasks, $2-5. (>5 ; May & Sons, surgical case, $11.75 

Martin, O., caretaker, July 1-1!), 18 d. at $1..50. ... 

Ottawa Sanitary Laundry, $19.31 ; Pasteur Co., vaccine, $228.33 

Peoples Gas Supply Co.: acetylene generatoi, $300, less $50 allowed for old one; sundry 

connections, $12. 34 

Pollock Bros. & Co., tuberculine, $24 ; Topley studio, films, &c., $23.15 

Rochester, J. L. : 1 lot thermometers, $66 ; sundry -upplies, $.'")31.59 

Watson, E. A.: 6 m. to Mar. 31, $500 ; allowance, 4^ m., $135; expenses, $206.74 ; accounted 

for in 1907 8, $.''0.35 

Wiener, L., London, 93c.; Wiesnegg, M., Paris, $47.76 

Tuberculosis Experimental Station, Hull, Qu£., ($3,955.78). 



Arbuckle, Samuel, 11 trms oat straw for feed ... 

Barette, F., sundry, $9.70 ; Bryson, Graham & Co., c salt, $4.45 .... 

C.P. Ry., freight on hay, $224.26 ; G.T. Ry., freight charges, $44 

Dupuis, D., lunil>er for buildings, &c. 

Joly, L. O., oats, $12. 48 ; Loanette, O., cleaning yard, $13.75 

Joynt, J.: caretaker, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, $360 ; expenses, $15.02 

Pilon, S., cleaning yard, $16.25 ; PuUan, H., hay $143.24 

Rochester, J. L., drugs, $9.90 ; Routliffe, H., building shed, $,").58.42 

Shibley, J. D., Harrowsmitli, hay at $14 per ton, less $254.26 freight charges. . 

Skead, Mrs. A. L., rent of premises, 6 m. to f^Jct. 31, 1906 

Smith, A. W., Maple Lodge, bull, $100 ; Whitmore, J., cleaning yard, $13.75. 

General ($19,771.88). 



; Drs. Ruther- 



Bell Co.: rent of phones, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1906 ; Dr. Rutherford's oflBce, 

ford, Moore, and Hilton's residences, $17.50 each 

Bowman, Jas., expenses re in8i>ection of Aberdeen Angus cattle 

Boyer, F. & Co., 43c.; Ellacott, J. A. L., Ottawa, 6 ear punches, $108 

Hadwen, S . : 9 m. to Mar. 31, $900; living allowance. 4^ m. to Nov. 15 at $30; expenses, $1 11.38 

Haussman & Dunn Co., Chicago, ecraseur 

Hilton, Geo. , travelling expenses and sundry outlaj- .... 

Landry, T., moving office effects, July 20-23 

Loir, H.: July 26 to Jan. 31, $1,032.25 ; exjjenses, $335.76 

Moore, A. E.: 9 m. to March 31, $1,275; expenses to March 31, $1,090.69; accounted for 
in 1907-8 (cas. revenue) $150 ... ... 

Oliver, E. C: 7 m. to March 31, $700; expenses, $129.63; accounted for in 1907-8 (cas re 
venue) $94.80 

Ottawa & N.Y. Ry., freight, $8.09 ; Ottawa Sanitary Laundry, 66c 

Pasteur Vaccine Co., Chicago, vaccine 

Pollock Bros. & Co., Montreal, tuberculine 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., Ottawa, 15 brands. ... . . . . 

Mullhall, R., Ottawa, 3 ton platform scale, installing and inspection 

Randall-Faichney Co., Boston, hypo, syr., needles, &c 

Rochester, J. L., Ottawa : 1 gross thermometers, $66 ; 24 microscopes at $21.60 

Rutherford, J. G., travelling expenses to March 31, 1907 

Shannon, C. H. L., travelling expenses, Dec. 21 23, 1906 

Thornton & Truman, 60c. ; Topley Studio, $1.40 . 

Wilson, M. J. & Sons, Ottawa : set heavy single harness, $14 ; 1 set double, $31 

Petty ofiBce expenses, $18.26 ; sundry cartage, $14.75 

Sundry typewriter repg, $45.20 ; teleirrams, $608.18 

Stationery ofl&ce supplies, $787.49 ; King's Printer's account, $1,741.61 



Carried forward . 



247,530 06 



268,906 19 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



D-69 



Health of Aulnials — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Gene ral — Concluded . 

Subscriptions to newspapers, $102.49 ; express charge?, .?51.01 

Sahiries at Ottawa, detailed (Page D— 6) 

Less— Sales of Wacklegine, vaccine, &c., $276.20; sundry test=?, $30; A. W. Duffus, sales of 
stray cattle, -^'.tl 25 ; C. Mc(Jillvriy. costs. $27.50 ; Dr. Pethick, sale of lambs; $43.90 ; 
sale* at Lovis, $'J2.20 ; Ur. Friiik, sale of grass, $10 ; duty on microscope, $46.«0 

misrellaneons. 

Gratuities — 

Gratuity of 2 m. salary to widow of late Louis D'Auray 

M „ II N. Gravel 

Expenses re Baron Komura's visit to Ottawa ....'■'■ 

Grant to Canadian Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis 



% cts. 


268,906 19 


153 50 


8,226 15 


277,285 8* 


617 85 


276,667 99 


300 00 


188 3.S 


121 30 


2,000 00 



2,604 63 



Exhibition Expenditure! — Irregularities in Payments. 

Audit Office^ Ottawa, June 22, 1907. 

Sir,' — On January 7 last I wrote you for explanations in reference to certain 
overpayments, unsettled advances, &c., in connection with your expenditure on account 
of the various exhibitions, but have had no reply to my letter. 

As the fiscal year 1906-7 is now closed and I am preparing my report, I have again 
to request that you will give me those explanations or I shall be obliged, under the Con- 
solidated Revenue and Audit Act, to report the matter to the Treasury Board for a 
ruling before these payments can be introduced into the accounts. 

I am, sir, j'our obedient servant, 
The Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa. J. FRASER, A.G. 

(Note. — The letter of January 7 referred to is published in A.G.'s Report for 
1905-6, Page D-79.) 



Deputy Minister's Office, Ott.\wa, June 28, 1907. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 22nd instant, calling atten- 
tion to your letter of January 7 last, asking for explanations in reference to certain 
matters in connection with the exhibition expenditures of this department. 

I am sending a copy lof your letter to the accountant of this department, who is at 
present in Dublin, and who is in a position to take up with the Exhibition Commis- 
sioner, the matters referred to in your letter. 

When I hear from him I will reply fully to your inquiries. 

Your obedient servant, 
•The Auditor General, Ottawa. GEO. F. O'HALLORAN, DM. 



D— 70 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Appropriation Overdrawn. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, September 11, 1907. 

Sir, — The appropriation ledger of this office shows that the vote for ' Renewing 
and improving the Canadian exhibit at the Imperial Institute ($6,000),' 1906-7, was 
overdrawn $2,401.19. 

Please let me know why the overdraft was not provided for. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 
The Deputy Minister of Agriculture. J. FRASER, A.U. 



Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, September 26, 1907. 

Sir, — In answer to yours of the 11th instant, re the overdrawing of the vote of 
$6,000 for renewing and improving the Canadian exhibit in the Imi)erial Institute, 
I may say that Mr. Hutchison, the Exhibition Commissioner, was instructed to have 
the building renovated and the exhibits renovated and renewed as were found 
necessary. 

This he had done, but found that it cost a good deal more than he had anti- 
cipated, viz., $2,401.98. 

I do not see why this dfebit balance could not be charged to our General Exhibi- 
tions appropriation credit balance of $6,397.51. If this were done the Imi>erial 
Institute appropriation of $6,000 would not be overdrawn and the credit balance for 
General Exhibitions would be $3,995.53. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 
The Auditor General. ' GEO. F. O'HALLORAN, D.M.A. 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



D-71 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

AcnicuLTunE Department : Revenue. 



1905-1906. 



S cts. 



160,340 

27,44.5 

11,201 

11,864 

3,143 

4 

108 



Siiiiiiiiarya 



Patent foes 

Trade niark.s 

Cattle ins]jection 

Experimental farms— Sales 

Casual revenue 

Dairying 

Fines and forfeitures 



214,117 58 



635 01 
2,693 35 
1,7.30 50 

833 97 
5,971 68 



11,861 51 



F.xperinienial Farms —Sales 

Agassiz, B.C 

Brandon, Man 

Indian Head, Sask 

Nappan, X. S 

Ottawa, 7 montlis 



Page. 



1900-07, 
9 monthB. 



I>-71 
D-71 
D— 72 
D— 73 
D— 74 



D— 73 
D-73 
D— 73 
D-73 
D-74 



S cts. 

123,242 93 

21,036 43 

7,605 89 

6,699 18 

6,020 71 



164,605 14 



705 04 
1,559 96 
1,053 86 

646 58 
2,733 74 



6,699 18 



1905-1906. 



$ cts. 

150,4.37 31 
6,218 94 
1,648 75 
1,552 75 
2,058 57 
72G 90 
230 56 

102,879 78 
2,.^33 50 

160,346 28 



Patent Fees, Sec. 



Patents 

Assignments 

Notices 

Caveats 

Certified cf>pies 

Subscription to ' Record ' 
Sundries 

Less refunds 



Trade I^farks, Ac. 



27,207 00 Trademarks. 
1,490 00 Coi-vrights . 
853 50 ! Designs . . . 
264 25 I AssisTiments . 
372 35 Certified copies 
77 00 Timber marks 



30,264 10 
2,818 15 

27,445 95 



Less refunds 



1906-07, 
9 months. 



S cts, 

116,005 98 
4,576 98 
1,161 00 
1,180 00 
1,413 65 
267 15 
132 02 



124,766 78 
1,523 85 

123,242 93 



21,371 47 
1,068 13 
603 00 
419 00 
126 55 
100 00 

23,688 15 
2,1)51 72 

21,036 43 



D-72 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



1905-1906. 



cts. 



V^4 33 

1 75 

5 50 

2,264 43 

360 04 

3 25 

25 

10 00 

1,069 08 





7 00 

470 55 

18 00 



10 25 

426 73 

1,052 03 

3 75 
1,532 46 

76 48 
780 70 

9 40 

119 18 

4 75 
22 01 

639 75 
13 00 
47 65 

525 03 

120 55 
131 85 
684 47 

11,204 30 



Cattle Inspection. 



^anp^or, Maine, 
liriilgeburg. . . . 
Broadview. . . . , 

Brock ville 

Ctiutts . . . . . . 



Crarihrook, Gateway and Rykerts. 

File Hills 

Fort Kne 



Fort Francis 

F'refiericton 

Grand Forks, Midway, &c. 

Gretna 

Halifax 

Killarnfy 

Lethbridge , 

Macleod 



Maple Crpt-k . . . 

Medicine Hat 

Myni -aster 

Nanaimo 

Nelson and Ro^island 

New Westminster and Vancouver. 

Niagara Falls 

'North Portal 

O.soyoos 

Pendant d'Oreille 

Prescott ■ 

Rainy River 

Sarnia 



Swift Current . . 

Sydney 

Twin Lakes 

We.yburn 

White Horse. . . . 
Willow Creek. . . 

Windsor 

Winnijieg 

Wood Mountain 



1906 07, 
9 months. 



$ cts. 

115 02 
23 15 



3 00 
,119 12 
528 95 



2 50 

1 00 

2 00 
405 12 

27 50 

11 25 

12 75 
5 55 
7 22 



29 75 



369 45 

656 66 

8 00 

871 13 

73 14 

937 70 

1 00 

17 25 

21 10 



44 00 

470 88 

56 25 
1,097 65 

10 00 
116 25 
56L 55 

7,605 89 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



D-73 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Experimental Farms— Sales. 

Agassis. 

Blackberries, 8 crates at $1.20; 196 
lb. at 7c., 45i at 6c 


$ cts. 

26 02 

197 50 
25 00 

41 30 

6 50 

7 00 

78 45 
273 30 

55 05 

3 50 


Cattle- 
Bull calf, 1 at $65, 1 at $55; cow, 
1.250 lb. at 3c ; ewes, $10; ram;. 

$au . ... 


Dairy — 

Milk, 272 qts. at 5c., 276 at 4c.. 

Fruit- 
Apples, 3 boxes at $1, 34 at 75c, 
IS at 60c., 4 at 50c 


Cherries, 7 lb. at 23c.. 70 at 6c., 
14 at 5c 


Pears, 4 boxes at $1; 150 lb. at 
2c 


Plums, 2 crates, $2; 8 at SOc, 23 
at 60c., 34 at 45c.. 91 at EOc; S8 
baskets, $13.65 


Piggery- 
Pigs, 3,805 lb. at 6c.; 3 at $10, 1 
at $12, 1 at $3 


Hennery — ■ 
Cockerels, 8 at $1, 12 at 50c.; 
eggs, 5 doz. at 35c., 2i at 30c., 
10 at 25c., 2 doz. for 55c.; set- 
tings, 24J for $24.50; hens, 2 at 
50c.; pullets, 10 at $1 

Potatoes, 5 bags at 60c., 1 at 50c.. 


Less — Picking fruit 


713 62 
8 58 






705 04 


Brandon. 

Apiary — 
Honey, 211J lb. at 10c. : bees, 2 
swarms, $10; 2 hives, $14.. .. 
Cattle- 
Bull, $75; calves, 1 at $15, 1 at 
$10; service, $34 


45 18 
134 00 

208 82 

7 35 

191 43 

185 84 

15 17 
22 60 

488 76" 

24 04 
169 30 


Dairy — 

Milk, 1,119 qts. at 5c.. 1,212 at 4c., 
1,377 lb. at $1.75, 584 at $1.50, 
492 at $1.25, 580 at $1.20, 433 at 
$1.15; rent of pasture, $53.45.. 
Fruit- 
Crab apples, 6 pails at 60c., 5 at 
40c., 5 at 35c 


Grain- 
Barley, 6 bush, at 50c., 316J at 
42c., 185 at 30c 


Oats, 364 bush, at 42c., 80 at 25c., 
54 at 24c 


Peas, 2h bush, at 92c., 7 at 75c., 
10 at 67c 


Rye, 4,520 lb. at $10 per ton.. .. 

Wheat, 255J bush, at 92c., 202 at 
60c., 64 at 55c., 193 at 50c., 2 at 
40c 


Hennery — 

Cockerels, 1 for 75c.; eggs, 6J 

doz. at 25c., 28i at 20c., 16 at 

18c.. 54 at 15c.; chickens, 62J 

lb. at 8c 


Piggery- 
Pigs, 14, $155.30; feed for pig, $2; 
service, $12 




Carried forward 


1.492 49 [ 



Experimental Farms — 
Sales — Con. 



Brought forward. 
Brandon — Con. 



Vegetables — 
Cabbage, 6 doz., $2.19; cucum 
bers, 12 doz. at 25c.; onions, 5* 
bags at 90c.; potatoes, 40 bags 
at 30c. ; sundry vegetables, 
$6.20 

Sundries — 
Rhubarb seed, 7J lb. at 35c.; 
seeding maples, 6,000, $30; oat 
sheaves, 3,465 lb., $3.45; fodder 
corn, 3,000 lb., $3 



Indian Head. 

Apiary — 

Honey, 15 lb. at 10 

Cattle- 
Cow, $50; bull, $77; service, $25. 
Dairy — 

Milk, 589 qts. at 5c., 711J at 4c. 
Fruit- 
Crab apples, 2 pails, $1.50 

plums, 6 pails, $4.50 

Grain — 
Barley, 194 bush, at 42c.; oats, 
267 bush, at 42c.; pease, 24 
bush, at SOc; wheat, 206^ bush. 

at 92c 

Hennery — 
Cockerels, 10 at $1; eggs, 63 doz 

at 15c.; pullets, 3 at $1 , 

Piggery- 
Pigs, 20. $163; pork, 840 lb. at 
7c., 965 at 6ic.; service, $58.. 
Vegetables — 
Cabbage, 942 lb., $14.05, 19 hds., 
$2.20; carrots, 5 bush, at 60c.; 
celery, 60 hds., $3; beets, 31 
bush, at 60c.; cauliflowers, 29, 
$3.63; onions, 12 bush., $3.50; 
potatoes, 18^ bush., $9.25; tur- 
nips, 7h bush., $2.25; tomatoes, 
6 pails, $3; sundry vegetables, 

$3.75 

Sundries — 
Rye seed, 130 lb. at 10c. ; emmer, 
200 lb. at Ic; chop, 400 lb. at 
Ic 



Nappan. 

Apiary — 
Honey, 120 lb. at 12|c 

Berries — 
Gooseberries, 4 crates, $10.24 

22 boxes at 8c 

Strawberries, 863 boxes at 10c. 
Raspberries, 24 boxes at 8c.. . 

Cattle- 
Lambs, 8 at $2.50 

Dairy — 
Milk, 187 qts. at 5c., 475 at 4c. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

1,492 49 



28 39 



39 08 



1,559 96 



1 50 

152 00 

57 91 

6 00 

402 80 

22 45 

342 52 



49 68 



19 00 



1,053 86 



15 00 

12 00 

86 30 

1 92 

20 00 

28 35 



163 57 



D-74 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Experimental Farms — 
Sales — Con. 



Brought forward 

Nappan — Con. 

Fruit- 
Apples, 991 brls. at $2, 2 at $1.75. 
18 at $1.50, 9 bush at TO'-., 3 
p:M_ks, 55c.; crabs, 4 bush $3.10. 
Currants, 8 crates at $2.56; 45 

boxes at 8c 

Plums, 42i pecks at 80c 

Hennery — 
Chickens, 33 at 40c.; cockerels 
7 at $1; pullets, 19 at $1; eggs 

12 doz. at 20c 

Piggery- 
Boar. $10; pigs, 7 for $17.30; 

pork, 1,763 lb. at 8c.. 

Vegetables — 

Beans, 8 bush, at 40c.; boots, 8 
tush, $3.47; cabbage, 235 hds. 
at 3c.; cucumbers, 331 at 2c.; 
onions, 435J lb. at 2c.: pota- 
toes, 17 bush, at 30c.; toma- 
toes, $18.80; sundry vegetables, 
$8.26 



Less— 

Picking berries $13 06 

Barrels, crates, boxes, 

baskets 73 00 



Ottawa (7 months). 

Apiary — 

Bees, 3 hives at $4 

Berries- 
Blackberries, 45 boxes at 10c. 
gooseberries, 6J boxes at 60c. ;i 
raspberries, 503 boxes at 10c. . 
Cattle- 
Rams, 3, $40; service, $41 

Dairy — 

Butter, 2 lb. at 35c., 632 at 32c. 
316 at 30c., 525 at 27c., 971 at 

25c., 3 at 22c 

Buttermilk, 74 qts. at 2c.; cream, 

8511 pts. at 10c 

Milk, 1,870J qts. at 6c., 596^ at 

5c., 2,095 at 4c 

Fruit- 
Apples, 6| brls. at $3. 90 baskets 
at 45i">icc., 68 at 30c., 144 atl 
20c., 100 at 22ic., 100 at 25c., 3| 
bags at 60c., 107 gals, at 15c.,! 
274 at 12^c., 141 at 10c. , 12 atl 

7Jc., 18 at 5c I 

Cra"b anples, 22 gals, at 30c., 17^ 
at 20c.. 10 at 15c., 87 at 5c.. ..| 
Currants, 421 baskets at COc, lOi 
at 47|c., 26 at 40c., 35 at 35c. ,i 
11 at 30c., I for 18c., 2 qts. ati 
5(. [ 

Grapes, 1,011 lb. at 3c., 401 at| 
2c., 16 at lie 268 at Ic I 

Melons, 15 at 20c., 10 at 15c., 25| 
at 10c. , 52 at 5c I 

Carried forward I 



$ cts. 
163 57 

239 78 

24 08 
34 00 

41 60 

168 34 



61 27 



732 64 



86 06 



646 58 



12 00 



58 


70 


81 


00 


682 


90 


86 


63 


225 


86 



239 


05 


15 


85 


59 


33 


41 


31 


9 


60 



Experimental Farms- 
Sales — Con. 



Brought forward I 

Ottawa — Con. 

Fruit — Con. | 

Plums, 50 baskets at 50c., 11 at 

90c 

Hennery — 
Cockerels, 129 for $133.50, 1991 

lb. at 12c 

Hens, 55 for $52, 5 at 75c., chicks,] 

100 at 4c 

Eggs, 86 at 50c., 22J at 40., IJ doz. 
at 35c., 51 doz. at 30c., 56^ at 
25c., 8 doz. at 23c., 38| at 22c., 
2 doz. at 20c., 67 at 18c; set- 
tings, 15 at $1 

Piggery- 
Pigs, 70 for $571.50; hogs, 149 lb. 
at 7|c., 2,490 at 6ic.; service, 



$ cts. 
1,512 23 



Vegetables — 

Beets, 10 bush at 30c.; cabbage, 
92 heads, $8.14; corn, 137 doz. 
at 8c.; celery, 33 doz., $12.96; 
carrots, 16 bush., $2.46; cauli- 
flower, 75 heads, $3.80; cucum- 
bers, $5.46; onions, $4.68; peas, 
50J gals, at 10c. ; potatoes, 19 
gals, at 75c., 190^ at 10c. ; 
tomatoes, $13.35 ; sundries, 



Sundries — 

Tobacco, 47i lb. at 20c., 1 lb., 
25c., 10 at 15c.; wool, 12 lb. at 
18c 



Less — Picking fruit. 



1,512 



34 90 

1.57 45 
59 75 

106 07 
783 16 



112 01 



13 41 



2.778 98 
45 24 



2,733 74 



Casual Revenue. 

Northwest Creameries — 
Sales of butter, &c., the produ 
tion of 1905-06— 
Shipped to Japan — 

G12 lb. butter at 24c 146 88 

10,708 lb. butter at 25c.. .. 2„677 00 

Freight on butter 110 55 

Northwest Mounted Police, sea-| 

son 1905 I 498 50 

Cream from Craven Creamery. 20 00 

Buttermilk, from Innisfail' 

Creamery 67 71 

Province of Saskatchewan, for 
supplies on hand when cream- 
eries were taken over — 

Longcnburg | 61 75 

Qu'Appelle.. - I 170 73 

Tantallon | 160 26 

Moosomin 144 39 

Churchbridge 1 311 75 

Grand Trunk Ry.— | 

Salary and expenses, Mr. Auger, 

1902-03 and 1903-04, live stock 

inspector | 1,089 32 

City Trade Building, London, Eng. — | 
Balance of advance of £200.1 

July, 1904 ! 561 87 

I . 

I 6,020 71 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT : REVENUE D— 75 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Be Cattle Inspection. 

Departiient of Agriculture, Ottawa, January 9, 1907. 

Sir, — I duly received your letter of November 14, and your two further letters of 
December 27, in regard to the above named subject. 

I am informed by the accountant that .eturns have heen forwarded to your office 
on various dates, 'covering the several amounts enumerated in the statement transmitted 
under cover of your letter of Xovember 14. 

The practice has been to make up the returns from returns furnished us by the 
inspectors, and not from deposit receipts. In a number of instances, our inspectors at 
ports of entry are paid a retaining fee, and are allowed to retain such fees as, according 
to the schedule, they may collect on settlers' stock numbering over thirty-two head, that 
'being the maximum number of head which a settler may bring into the country free- 
In some instances, I understand your office may have confused the returns of our in- 
spectors with the returns which are made by the customs officials at the ports of entry- 
In this connection I have to state for your information, that an arrangement has existed 
between ithis department and the Customs Dipartmant, by which ths oScars of the 
Jatterand the inspectors of the former furnish returns showing the number of entries 
of animals into this country. It seems that, with a desire to furnish your office with as 
complete a statement of inspections as possible, the accountant has sent your office — as 
check on the returns of our inspectors — the returns furnished us by the customs 
officials. 

With reference to that portion of the statement covered by your letter of Novem- 
ber 14, showing deposits for which you had received no corresponding returns, I have 
to say that such amounts were under-charges, and the officers who made the collections 
were written to, and requested to remit the balances without delay. 

As I have already said, the maximum number of head of live stock which any one 
settler may bring free into the country, when entering it as an immigrant, is thirty- 
two. The live stock brought into the western provinces by settlers is usually brought in 
on the trails leading from the United States across the boundary line into Canada. 
These trails are patrolled by the Royal Northwest ^lounted Police. Owing to the very 
large number of settlers with stock entering the western provinces, it would be a very 
diiiicult matter for our veterinary inspectors, who are not on the trails, but at the porta 
of entry, to collect the fees which are collectable on the bunches of live stock number- 
ing more than thirty-two head. Therefore, the police collect such fees and /make a 
return of them at the nearest port of customs; and such moneys are deposited by the 
customs official to the credit of the Receiver General. This department, through the 
Veterinary Director General, is at the present time endeavouring to establish a com- 
plete and perfected system of inspection of stock entering the country; and so far 
such efforts have met with much success, as the revenue deposited to the credit of the 
Receiver General on this account will show. 

With reference to returns of Veterinary Inspector P. A. Robinson, Emerson, 
Manitoba, referred to in one of your letters of D3G3mber 27, I have to say that this 
officer is one of those who are paid a retaining fee, as referred to in the third paragraph 
of this letter. Mr. Robinson receives a retaining fee of $500 per annum, and is allowed 
also to retain all inspection fees collected by him. Of course, he and every other officer 
of this department acting in a similar capacity and receiving a stated sum per annum, 
makes a return of all inspections made by him, in order that the department may 
know the exact amount collected over and above the amount of the retaining fee. , 

J. N. Sherbino, referred to in your letter mentioned above, is an officer of the De- 
partment of Customs. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 
The Auditor General. GEO. F. O'HALLORAN, D.M. 



D— 76 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Audit Office, Ottawa, January 17, 1907. 

SiRjI — I have received your letter of the 9th inst., in reply to my inquiries in refer- 
ence to cattle inspection revenue. 

I gave you a list of returns received for which no deposits had come to account. 
In your reply you state that some inspectors are allowed to retain the fees, but you only 
-give the name of one — P. A. E.obinson, Emerson, Please give me a list of all inspec- 
tors who are authorized to retain their fees. 

An explanation is needed why deposits did not come from the other inspectors 
named. They would not seem to be on the list of those authorized to retain their fees, 
as they generally make deposits covering their returns, but did not do so for those on 
the list furnished. 

It would facilitate the checking of this revenue both in your department and in 
this office, if the suggestion made in my letter of November 14 was adopted. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 
The Deputy Minister of Agriculture. J. PRASEE, A.G. 



Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, January 26, 1907. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your further letter of the 17th instant in reference to the 
above-named subject. 

In compliance with your request I shall send you, under separate cover, a list of 
the names of the inspectors who are allowed to retain fees. 

I inc'lose you herewith a statement of explanation as to why deposits were not re- 
ceived from inspectors named in a list of deposits short furnished me uy you under 
cover of your letter of November 14 last. 

To facilitate the checking of the revenue of this department, I have instructed that 
every endeavour shall be made 'to give effect to the suggestion made in your letter of 
November 14 last ; namely, tliat deposits shall be forwarded regularly each month to the 
Department lof Finance, and, at the same time, the corresponding returns to your 
office, accompanied by a statement agreeing with the amount of the deposits forwarded. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
•-The Auditor General. GEO. P. O'HALLORAN, D.M. 



Department of J.griculture, Ottawa, January 30, 1907. 

Sir, — ^Referring to my letter of the 26th instant in which I pro nised to furnish 
you with a list of veterinary inspectors who retained fees collected on stock enterin.ij: 
Canada, I beg now to inclose such list, and at the same time wish to state that in the 
reorp'anization of the veterinary staff which will take place in the near future, it is 
intended that matters shall be so adjusted that all fees collected will be forwarded to 
this department, and all inspectors not on salary will be paid for their services by the 
hour. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

The Auditor General. GEO. P. O'HALLORAN, D.M. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, June 27, 1907. 

SiR;( — ^You stated in your letter of January 26 last that you had instructed that 
every endeavour should be made to give effect to the suggestion made in my letter of 



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November 14 last, viz., that deposits should be forwarded regularly each month to 
Finance Department, and at the same time the corresponding returns, accompanied by 
a statement agreeing with the amiount of the deposits, forwarded to this oiBce. 

I have to inform you that your instructions have so far not been observed, the re- 
turns since received were not accompanied with any statement. 

Please see that your instructions on this matter are carried out. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
Tho Deputy Minister of Agriculture, J. FEASER, A.tjr. 



Department of Agriculture^ Ottawa, July 2, 1907. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter oi the 27th ultimo with regard to 
the manner in which the cattle inspection returns are sent to your office. 

I have instructed the accountant that in future the deposits forwarded each month 
to the Finance Department must agree w-ith the statement accompanying the corres 
jKJnding returns which are sent to your office. 

I am, sir your obedient servant. 
The Auditor General. GEO. F. O'HALLORAN, D.M. 



Re Cattle Inspeotion — Vancouver. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, June 27, 1907. 

Sir, — I inclose bank receipt and draft for $24.56, Canadian Bank of Commerce, 
Vancouver, dated December 4, 190G. 

This deposit i-eceipt was found attached to the return. 

Were the suggestions made in my letter of November 14 adopted in your depart- 
jment the absence of this receipt would not have escaped notice. 

It will now have to appear in the revenue of 1907-8 instead of 1906-7 where it 
belonged. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
(The Deputy Minister ,of Agriculture. J. FRASER, A.G. 



Re Experimental Farms Revenue. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, June 25, 1907. 

Sir, — On May 16 last I wrote you requesting that all statements and vouchers ap- 
pertaining to the accounts of 1906-7 should be furnished before the end of May. 

I also asked that all bank deposit receipts of revenue and refunds of expenditure 
sh/Ould be forwarded. 

ISTo returns nor deposits covering the sales at the Central Experimental Farm dur- 
ing February and March last have yet been received, nor have any returns or deposits 
from any of the farms for April and May been yet received. 

The accounts for the year 1906-7 are now closed, and the statement that will be 
published in the Audit Report will show no receipts from the Central Experimental 
Farm for February and March. 

Please let me have an explanation of the delay in making the deposits, and allow 
me to suggest that you direct your officials "to be more prompt for the future. 

I am, sir your obedient servant. 
The Deputy Minister of Agriculture. J. FRASER, A.O. 



D— 78 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, July 2, 1907. 

Sir, — 1 beg to acknowledge receipt of yours of the 25th ultimo, stating that no re- 
turns or deposits covering the sales at the Central Experimental Farm, during Febru- 
ary and March last, had been received by y«u, nor any returns or dei)osits from any of 
the farms for April and jMay. 

I have taken the matter up with the Director of Experimental Farms who states 
that the accountant's office at the farm has been rather shorthanded, and that there has 
been a great deal of extra work for the accountant recently in instructing the new 
superintendents as to their duties in sending in statements to his office, and also his 
new assistant in his duties. 

The farm accountant has sent in his deposits for February and March and hopes 
in future to make all returns and deposits promptly. 

I am, sir your obedient servant. 
The Auditor General. GEO. F. O'HALLORAN, D.M. 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART E 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE 



1— 1e 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Auditor General's Office: Expeudlture. 

Sunimary. 



Civil Government Salaries, 9 months- 
Auditor General 

Permanent staff 



Civil Government Contingencies- 
Salaries of extra employees. . 

Printing and stationery 

Sundries 



$ cts. 



3,000 00 
42,511 73 



9,358 65 

2,009 23 

548 31 



Miscellaneous — 

Professional advice and expenses. 



$ cts. 



45,511 73 

11,916 19 

174 20 

57,602 12 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



E-3 



Abate- 
ments. 



S cts. 
GO 00 



1,45.3 79 



Salaries at Ottaw^a. 



Auditor General, 
John Fiafer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,000. , . . 



41 25 


41 25 


30 00 


30 00 


30 00 


42 00 


24 00 


22 75 


24 75 


22 50 


19 75 


22 50 


*48 75 


*46 83 


134 13 


*45 00 


*46 88 


*48 75 


t34 56 


*45 00 


*45 00 


19 50 


IS 75 


t34 13 


19 75 


19 50 


•31 88 


16 50 


*30 00 


*34 38 


»30 00 


13 75 


*1H 65 


*34 38 


*28 89 


*30 00 


30 00 


*31 88 


*3il 00 


*30 00 


*3i) 00 


*23 13 


*23 13 


*2 50 


*23 13 


»23 13 


*23 13 







Staff. 
Chief Clerks- 
John Gorman, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,750 

F. Havter, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,750 

A. B. Hudson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S2,000 

Wm. Kearn.% 9 m. to Mar. 3L at S2,000 

J. W. Reid, 9 m. to IMar. 31 at .§2,000 

E. D. Sutherland, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S2,800 

First Class Clerks — 

H. Gross, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 

E. C. Hayes, 6 m. at §1,500, 3 m. at SI, 550 

J. S. Stevenson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at Sl,650 

E. E. Stockton, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$1,500 

Second Class Clerks — 

S. S. Allen, 6 m. at -31,300, 3 m. at $1,3.50 

L. A. Bissonnette, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,500 

A. H. Brown, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,300 

Chas. Douglas, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,250 . . 

H. A. Folkins, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,300 

J. W. Forbes, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,200 

R. S. Glass, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,250 

H. P. Godard, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81.300 

E. S. Johnston, 6 m. at 81,300, 3 m. at 81,350 

P. D. McDonald, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 11,200 

W. G. McElhannev, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,200 

Miss E. M. O'Connell, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 81,300 

B. W. Sherwood, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

. C. W. Pteeves, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

^Y. Tucker, 6 m. at $1,300, 3 m. at $1,350 

D. J. Wagner, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

.Junior Second Class Clerks — 

C. J. Allan, 9 m. to.Mar. 31 at -8850 

Miss H. A. Baldwin, 9 in. to Mar. 31 at 81,100 

Miss C. M. Brennan, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

J. H. Carroll, 6. m. at 8900, 3 m. at $950 

L. L. Coffin, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8800 

P. T. Connolly, 6 m. at -8900, 3 at 8950 

R. B. Farrell,"5 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

J. H. Kennedy, 6 m. at -8900, 3 m. at 89.50 

W. C. King, July 11 to Mar. 81 at 83*X) 

Miss H. M. Leggett, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

G. A. Lindsay, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$800 

H. S. MacMi'llan, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at $8.50 

Miss M. A. North wood, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$800 

Miss M. I. Russell, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8800 

IVIiss F. E. Snelling, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$800 

Third Class Clerks- 
Miss E. L. Burgess, 6 m. at §600, 3 m. at $650 

Miss M. M. Cameron, 6 m. at $600, 3 at $650 

Miss A. M. Crough, 1 m. to July 31 at .§600 (resigned) 
Miss J. C. Macdonald, 6 m. at 8600. 3 m. at 8650 .... 

Miss C. McDonald, 6 m. at $600, 3 m. at 86.50 

Miss C. L. McLean, 6 m. at §600, 3 m. at §650 



E.\tra Clerks Page E— 4 

Extra Messengers . . . . n 



Civil Government. 




2,062 50 


2,062 .50 


l,.50O 00 


1,.500 00 


1,.500 00 


2,100 00 


1,200 00 


1,137 50 


1,237 50 


1,125 00 


987 50 


1,125 00 


975 00 


937 50 


975 00 


900 00 


937 50 


975 00 


987 .^0 


900 00 


900 oO 


975 00 


937 50 


975 00 


987 50 


975 00 


637 50 


825 00 



8 cts. 
3,000 00 



600 00 




687 50 




600 00 




687 50 




333 30 




687 50 




578 43 




600 00 




600 00 




637 50 




600 00, 
GOO 00] 






600 00 




462 50 




462 50 




50 00 




462 50 




462 50 




462 50 






42,511 73 




' 8,021 15 




1,337 50 






9,358 65 




54,870 38 



■ Retirement Fund. f Superannuation Fund No. 2. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Auditor General's Office : Salaries at Ottaw^a. 

Brook, Miss F., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year 

Dalglish, Miss M., 6 m. at $500, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at S550 per year. . . 

Daly, Miss M., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year 

Darcey, Miss T., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $()00 per year 

Halkett, Miss F. I., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year.. 

Heron, Miss J., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $C.50 per year 

Inglis, Miss E. L., 3 ni. at $550, 6 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year. . . 

Leddy, J. J., 1 m. to Aug. 31, 1906, at $500 

Living, Miss L. R., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, per year 

Loverin, Miss F., 6 m. at $550, 3 in. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year 

Low, Miss J. G. M., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year. 

Moher. Miss M. G., July 10, to March 31, 1907, at $500 per year 

O'Boyle, Miss L., 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1907, at $500 i^er year 

Snow, Mifes E. M., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year. . . 
Steeves, Miss S. E., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $650 per year.. 

Sullivan, Miss M. H., 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $550 per year 

Troy, Miss M. C, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $550 per year 

Turnbull, Miss S. E., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $600 per year 

Wright, Miss C, 9 m. to March 31, 1907, at $550 per year 

Wright, Mrs. E., 3 m. at $500, 6 m. to March 31, 1907, at $550 per year. . . 
Extra Messengers — 

Cottee, H., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $650 per year 

Slade, W. T., 9 ni. to March 31, 1907, at $550 per year 

Watterson, E., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to March 31, 1907, at $650 per year. . . . 



Auditor General's Office : Civil Government Contingencies, 

Printing and Stationery. 

Books printed, $99.92 ; blank books, $65.39 ; binding cases, 93 doz., $319.98 

File sections with attachments, $53 ; roll top desk, $67 

Paper and envelopes, $88.09 ; sundry stationery supplies, $543.55 

Parliamentary Publications 

Printing, binding, &c 

Sundries. t 

Telegrams, $10.38 ; postage, $3.09 ; telephone messages, $5.10 

Subscriptions to newspapers, $113.07 ; cartage, $16.35 ; gratuities, $4 

Washing towels, Miss Gilchrist, 9 m., $43.50 ; soap, whisks, &c., $21.22 

Travelling expenses : J. Eraser, A. G., $208.65; H. Gross, $21.25; W. Kearns, $40.80; E 
E. Stockton, $60.90 

Miscellaneous : Professional Advice, Travelling Expenses, &c, 

J. Eraser, A.G., travelling expenses 

J.W.Forbes .. 

John Gorman « 



$ cts. 



425 00 
387 50 
425 00 
425 00 
425 00 
462 50 
437 50 
41 66 
462 50 
425 00 
425 00 
362 85 
3()6 64 
425 00 
462 50 
412 50 
412 50 
425 00 
412 50 
400 50 

462 00 
412 50 
462 50 

9,358 65 



485 29 
120 00 
631 64 
42 82 
729 48 


2,009 23 


18 57 

133 42 

64 72 


331 60 


548 31 


50 00 

100 00 

24 20 



174 20 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART F 



DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



1— U' 



P-2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1006-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs Department; Siimmary of Expenditure. 

Civil Government : Salary of Minister — (Page F- 

M Salaries { n F- 

II Contingencies , ( n F- 



Salaries and Contingencies at Port- 

Ontario 

Quebec . 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 



Inspectlion, Board of Customs, Preventive Service and Laboratory. ( 

Miscelaneous ( 

Revenue Cruisers and Preventive Service ' ( 

Secret Preventive Service ( 

Miscellaneous : Unforeseen Expenses ( 

M To repay I . G. Baker & Co. Customs Duties ( 

II Army and Navy Commutation ( 



-5) 
-14) 
-20) 
-22) 
-27) 
-27) 
-29) 
-30) 
-31) 
-33) 

-34) 
-36) 
-37 

-37) 
-38) 
-38) 
-38) 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 

52,224 46 

3,473 05 



327 

249, 
80, 

102, 
14, 
75, 
17. 
10. 

104; 
26. 



922 62 
605 12 
293 55 
259 51 
907 72 
682 86 
685 70 
069 10 
413 11 
649 26 



cts. 



60,947 51 



1,009,488 55 

142,025 31 

45,287 15 

22,436 50 

3,711 16 

2,044 96 

2,033 07 

15 63 

1,287,989 84 



Abate- 
ments. 



cts. 



•100 00 



Cu$»toms Department: Salaries at Otta^va. 



117 66 


37 50 


33 75 


31 26 


24 75 


24 00 


28 50 


24 00 


24 00 


26 25 


142 00 



21 00 i 


18 


75 


t35 


44 


18 75 


18 75 


*45 00 


21 


00 


t35 


44 1 


*48 


75 1 


22 50 


*48 


75 


882 


55 



Statutory ($5,250). 

Hon. Wm. Paterson, Minister, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S7,000 

Civil Government, Salaries ($52,224. 46). 

Commi-ssioner, J. McDougald, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $4,000 

Assi.^tant Commissioner, John Bain, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at $3,000, re- 

.srned .• 

Chief Clerks— 

F. G. Bennet, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .?2,300.'. 

R. R. Farrow, accountant, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,500 

A. Morin, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,250 

First Class Clerks — 

A. C. Bleakney, 9 m, to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

T. A. D. Bliss, 9 m. to T^Iar. 31 at $1,650 

J. R. K. Bristol, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 

G. H. Favrxett, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1.900 

S. L. T. Frost, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 

D. -J. Gleeson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 

E. L. Sanders, 9 m. to iNiar. 31 at $1,750 

J. A. Watson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,600 

Second Class Clerks — 

J. J. Campbell, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,400 

J. Courtney, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,500 

S. A. Uunlexde, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,500 . . . 

J. R. Dunlop, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

M. H. Goodspeed, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$1,300 

W. H. GraftoTi, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,400 

R. M. Heintz, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

A. M. Lafontaine, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,350 

W. J. McCaffrev, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

J. F. Richards. 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

W. H. Robertson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,200 , 

S. C. D. Roper, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,400 

H. V. Rorke, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,350 

C. G. Ross, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

W. Ru.ssell, 9 m. to IVLar. 31 at $1,500 

R. Telford, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1.300 



Civil 
Governmpnt 



§ cts. 
5,250 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,725 00 
1,875 00 
1,687 50 

1,425 00 
1,237 50 
1,200 00 
1,425 (0 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,312 50 
1,200 00 

1,050 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

975 00 

975 00 

1,050 00 
937 50 

1,012 50 
937 50 
937 50 
900 00 

1,050 00 

1,012 50 
975 00 

1,125 00 
975 00 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 



Carried forward 41,900 00 

Retirement Fund. t Superannuation Fund No. 2. J Not eligible to contribute. 
II 35 years service completed. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Abate- 
ments. 



$ cts. 
882 55 



t26 25 


♦30 00 


*34 35 


*35 63 


*35 63 


*30 00 


*35 63 


*31 88 


*30 00 


*3l 88 


*35 63 


*33 75 


*35 63 


15 75 


*39 3s 


*33 75 


*35 63 


*31 88 


*31 88 


*33 75 


*33 75 



»22 50 



10 50 



Customs Department: Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward , . 

Civil Government, Salaries — Concludi'd. 



•Tunior Second Class Clerks — 

P. A. Berube, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S1,000 

Miss F. M. Burt. 9 m. to Mar. 31 at -8800 

A. O. CaiTiere, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at 8950, less 10 days 

Miss E. M. Daws, !> in. to Mar. 31 at S950 

11 II asst. private secretary, 9 m. at )?200 

L. F. Jackson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S9.50 

C. E. Lafontaino, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at i?80() 

J. F. Lani|an, 9 ra. to Mar. 31 at .S9.50 

F. Les-ard, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 

Miss G. L. Low, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at -SSOO 

Miss B. L. Mason, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§850 

.r. J. McGill. 9 m. to Mar. .31 at 59.50 

C. B. Patten, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §900 

Geo. Prentiss, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .S950 

C. D. Rochester, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,050 , 

J. A. Ro.ss, 9 ra. to Mar. 31 at §1,050 

C. Schofield, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §900 

F. M. Shiinnon, 9 m, to Mar. 31 at §950 

Miss B. V. Sixstnith. 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 

R. F. Sutherland, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 

W. Wall, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §900 

Miss J. Young, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §900 

Third Class Clerks — 

Miss J. M. Cram, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §600 

II II assistant private secretary, 9 m. at §150. 
Messenger — 
W. D. P. Bales, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §700 



Civil 
Government 



Board of Customs and Statistical Office, Page F—Zo($70,946.01). 

R. C. Allan, tea analyst, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,200 

A. L. Anderson, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,050 

.1. Andrew, preventive officer, 3 m. to March 31 at §900 

A. Bazluet, labourer, 234 d. to Mar. 31 at §1 . 50 

Miss B. Belanger, preventive officer., 75J d. to Oct. 8 at §1.50 

E. H. Benoit, messenger, 234 d. to Mar. 31 at §1.50 

J. F. Berton, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,0.50 '. . . . 

.J. C. Blais, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§900 

.J. C. Boughner, appraiser, 9 m. to March 31 at §1,700 

.J. E. G. Boulton, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §950 

H. Bourgoing, 'acting officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §.500 

R. W. Breadner, Dominion appraiser, 9 m. to March 31 at §2,000. . . 

R. P. S. Brown, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §9.50 

C. H. Burns, acting officer, W m. to Mar. 31 at §900 

R. Byron, messenger, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at §600 

F. A. Campbell, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §950 

W. H. Carleton, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,050 

J. E. Christie, preventive officer, 1 m. to July 31 at .§650.. . . 

•J. (i. Connolly, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,150 

U. J. Coor>er, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, less 12 d. at §950 , 

Miss E. C. Daltou, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§9.50 

T. A. P. Daveluv, statistical officer, 9 m, to Mar. 31 at §1,0.50 

V. J. D.n vis, clerk, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at .§900 

E. R. Douglas, statistical officei, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at -81,050 

I F'. Duggan, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,050 

Miss E. M. Elliott, acting officer, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at §500 

,R. H. Evans, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,050 

R. J. Furrell, i^reventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §8-50 

Vj. Finnegan, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1.050 

C. P. Flynn, statistical pffi.cer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,000 

R. Fontaine, statistical officer, 5 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 

W. C. Foster, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 



1,597 58 Carried forward . 

* Retirement Fund. 

1— Up 



§ cts. 
41,900 GO 



750 00 


600 00 


6S6 96 


712 50 


1.50 00 


712 .50 


600 00 


712 50 


637 50 


600 00 


637 50 


712 50 


675 00 


712 50 


787 50 


787 50 


675 00 


712 50 


637 50 


637 50 


675 00 


675 00 


450 00 


112 50 



525 00 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 



900 00 
787 50 
225 00 
351 00 
113 00 
351 00 
787 50 
575 00 

1,275 00 
712 57 
375 00 

1,500 00 
712 57 
33 87 
450 00 
712 50 
787 50 
54 17 
862 50 
681 16 
712 .50 
787 50 
675 00 
787 50 
787 50 
375 00 
787 50 
637 50 
787 50 
750 00 
354 18 
637 47 



57,474 46 i 2n,425 99 



F-4 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Abate- 
ments. 



$ cts. 
1,597 58 



Cuettonis Department : Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Board of Customs and Statistical Office — Continued. 

G. B. Fotheringham, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 . 

S. Fraser, statistical officer, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

J. Hanlon, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$1,050 

J. Hoey, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $850 

W. A. Hughes, statistical officer, 6/^ m. to Mar. 31 at $850 

R. Ince, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $900 

W. A. Jamieson, statistical officer, 5 m. to Mar. 31 at $900 

J. H. Johnston, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 

G. (Jr. Jones, staci.-*tical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 

R. Laing, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $750 

W. G. Livingstone, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

P. J. Lynch, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $950 

J. S. Maynard, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, less 39 d., at $900 

J. H. Methot, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 

E. A. Miles, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

R. H. Moir, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, less 7 d., at $1,050 

J. D. Mongo, acting officer, 1 m. to Mar. 31 at $900 

V. Morin, statistical officer, 7Sf m. to Mar. 31 at $600 

C. J. Mullin, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 

E. Murphy, acting officer, 7|f m. to Mar. 31 at $600 ... 

J. A. Murray, statistical otftcer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $850 

R. McConnell, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,150 

P. McDonald, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 

G. B. McEachern, statistical officer, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at $850. 

J. McGillis, statistical officer, 7|f m. to Mar. 31 at $850 

G. A. McHaffie, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $750 

D. L. McLean, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,800 

A. M. Macmillan, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, less 7 d., at $1,000 

C. C. McNeill, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

D. McNeill, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

R. S. McPherson, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

J. S. McVey, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

B. A. Neville, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $650 

G. O'Connor, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $850 

D. J. O'Donaghoe, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $950 

J. D. Parmelee, preventive officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,.500 

A. N. Paterson, statistical officer, 3 m. to Sept. 30, at .$900 

H. W. Patterson, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,0.50 

W. Patterson, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $900 

E. Payne, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

J. M. Peaker, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

E. M. Phillips, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $850 

H. H. Pigeon, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

J. A. Pinard, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $850 

G. L. Pinkham, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,000 

E. Proulx, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $700 

R. Raymond, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

C. P. Roche, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,150 

P. Ste. Marie, clerk, G m. to Dec. 31, at $950 . 

W. D. Selby, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

F. J. Shannon, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $850 

Miss M. Shannon, acting officer, 2 m. to Aug. 31, at $480 

C. E. Shiles, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,000 

F. J. Slater, clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

H. J. Smith, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,050 

R. C. Smith, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $950 

T. Smith, statistical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $900 

W. E. Stevens, statistical offic*-r, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,100 

O. A. Sutherland, statistical officer, 6 m. to Dec. 31, at -SI, 050. . . 

W. E. Taylor, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $950 

W. G Teaffe, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $1,050 

E. Terrien, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $850 

M. Tobin, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $9.50 

W. T. Urquhart, preventive officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $1,550 

E. Veit, acting officer, 1^^ "i. to March 31, at $850 

A. V. Wade, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $1,000 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts, 
57,474 46 



1,597 58 Carried forward . 



57,474 46 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 
20,425 99 



787 50 
250 02 
787 50 
637 50 
441 50 
675 00 
375 00 
787 50 
787 50 
562 50 
750 00 
712 50 
577 43 
7^7 50 
750 00 
767 74 
75 00 
396 77 
525 00 
391 94 
6.37 50 
862 50 
787 50 
566 67 
552 97 
562 50 

1,350 GO 
731 18 
787 50 
787 50 
787 50 
787 50 
487 57 
637 50 
712 57 

1,125 00 
225 00 
787 50 
675 00 
787 50 
787 50 
637 50 
787 50 
637 50 
750 00 
525 00 
787 50 
862 50 
475 02 
787 50 
637 50 
80 00 
750 00 
787 50 
787 50 
712 50 
675 00 
825 00 
525 00 
712 53 
787 50 
637 50 
712 50 

1,162 50 

88 57 

750 00 



64,558 47 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-5 



Abate- 
ments. 


CastoniB Department : Salaries at Ottawa —Cmicludcd. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 
1,597 58 


lirought forward : 


•S cts. 
57.474 46 


$ cts. 
64,558 47 


Board of Customs and Statistical Office — Concluded. 
A. F. Wallis, statistical officer, 9 m. to March 31, at S900 


675 00 




P* J. Ward, statistical officer, 9 ni. to March 31, at •?l,0.fj0 




787 50 








712 50 




.T. White, statistical officer, 9 ni. to March 31, at §1,100 




825 00 





H. L. Wood, preventive officer, 9 m. to March 31, at SI, 100 . . 

H. W. Wood, preventive officer, 3 m. to March 31, at $1,400 


825 00 
350 04 




Wm. S. Wood, preventive officer, 9 m. to IVIarch 31, at S950 

Wyatt S. Wood, Dominion appraiser, 9 m. to March 31, at .?2,000. . . 

Customs Laboratori/, Page F.—BQ f'S2,4W.S£). 

F. W. Babington, analyst, 9 m. to March 31, at $2,000 




712 50 
1,500 00 




1,500 00 




283 32 




H. E. Scott, examining officer, 9 m. to March 31, at i850 




637 50 










1,507 5.S 


57,474 46 


73,366 83 



Civil Ooveruinent : Contingenclesa 

Stationery Office supplies, July to Feb., 1907, inclusive (-5916.75) — 

Books printed and maps, .S77.95 ; blank books, .^57. 97 ; paper and envelopes, $155.26. . . 

Typewriter, S102.50, less -$45 for old one ; typewriter supplies and repairs, $77.34 

Typewriter desk, $35 ; sundry stationery supplies, $384.37 ■ ■ 

Parliamentary publications 

Telegrams, .$1,324.41 ; telephones, $90.75 ; po.stage, $217.28 

Express and freight charges, $100.39 ; cartage, $147.25 ; gratuities, $10 

Street car fares, .$16 ; subscriptions to newspapei's, $296.92 

Delivery of mails, $16 ; washing towels, A. Seaton, 9 m., $45 

Mirror, $7 . 95 ; soap, matches &c. , .$11 . 65 

Travelling expenses : J. Bain, $10.85 ; J. K. K. Bristol, $32.10; G. H. Fawcett, $65.10 

J. McDougall, $151.15 ; R. R. Farrow, $13.50 

Customs : Salarifs atid Contins;eiicies, Ontario. 

Amhersthurg (sahtriis, ■do,UC)0 ; contingencies, $'353.67 ; refunded, §1S5). 

M. Barrett, collector, .$825 ; D. R. Luckham, clerk and landing waiter, $437.50 

Cleaning office, $18 ; postage, $25.45 ; petty expenses, $5.65 

Anderdon : J. S. Gattield, preventive officer 

Colchester : A. Hackett, preventive officer, 12 m. to Dec. 31, '06 

Essex Centre : J. S. Laird, sub-collector, .$450 ; postage, $5.50 

Kingsville : E. Allworth, sub-collector, .$337.50 ; coal, $19.55 ; postage, $7 ; rent, $45 

Leamington : W^. C. Coiilson, sub-collector, $375 ; gas, $18 ; office rent, $6."i ; postage, $15. . . 

Pelee Island, North Dock : C. B. Quick, preventive officer, 12 m. to Dec. 31 

Pelee Island, West Dock : .J.H. C. Atkinson, sub-collector, $375; postage, &c., .$6.52 

Str. Columbia : J. J. Cousins, landing waiter, 74 d. from July 1, at $2.50 

Belleville (salaries, ■^3,225; contingencies, 8103.11; refunded, $8.50). 

W. Webster, collector, $1,050; A. McGinnis, clerk, $750 ; P. H. Hambly, preventive officer, 

$■525 ; W. Williamson, preventive officer, salary $450, overtime $42.75 

Postage, $21 ; petty ex]ienses, $13.75 

Campbellford : J. A. Daly, sub-collector, $450 ; office rent, $27 ; petty expenses, .$7.11 

Berlin (s'.daries, §2,212.50 ; contingencies, S2S3.6S ; refunded, -$135). 

M. F. Schiedel, collector," $900 ; .T. H. Landreth, clerk, $750; preventive officers : J. Dunn, 
$562.50 ; E. R. Musselman, .$300 

Cabinets, dfcc, $28.85 ; postage, .$32 ; street cars, $27 ; telephone rent, .$18,67 ; petty expenses 
$12.16 

Boicmiuivillc (salaries, 81,125 ; contingencies, -$7). 

J. Beith, collector, .$750; .J. Brittain, landing waiter, $375 ; postage, .$4 ; petty expenses, $3 

Carried forward 



291 18 


134 84 


419 37 


71 36 


1,632 44 


257 64 


312 92 


61 00 


19 60 


272 70 


3,473 05 


1,312 50 


49 10 


150 00 


50 00 


455 50 


409 05 


471 00 


75 00 


381 52 


185 00 



2,817 75 

34 75 

484 11 



2,512 50 
lis 68 

],132 00 
10,638 46 



F-6 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Ontario — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Brantford (salaries, $3,712.50; contingencies, $33.60 ; refunded, 9120). 

T. Foster, collector, $1,200 ; E. L. Heath, sub-collector, $675; J. Ryan, clerk, §037.50; W. 

Grant, appraiser, $600; J. A. Eddy, preventive officer, salary $600, overtime $1.50 

Care of office, $63 ; coal, $22 . 75 ; postage, $17 ; street cars, $12 ; telephone rent, $15 ; wood, 

$13.50 ; petty expenses, $8.85 



Bridgehurg (salaries, $5,475 ; contingencies. 



i.96; refunded., $4,373.50). 



J. Lawson, collector, $1,050 ; clerks and landing waiters : F. T. Pattison, $750 ; W. T. Hou.se, 
G. A. Clark, and O. F. Wilkins at $450 ; preventive officers : R. Kimmitt, $525 ; B. C. 
Bennett, E. B. Brown, W. E. Colcleugh, E. E. Ri.selay and T. Scholfield at $450 ; W.W. 
Thorn, to July 10, $16.13; W. A. Telfer, from July 12, $432,26; W. F. Wilson, tide- 
waiter, $450 ; G. O.sborn, messenger, $135 

Overtime service : B. C. Bennett, E. B. Brown, G. A. Clark, W. T. House, T. Scholfield and 
O. F. Wilkins, $247.50 each ; W. E. Colcleugh, $143; R. Kimmitt, $135; E. E. Riselay. 
«9ns; w. Sherring, $1 ; W. L. Wilson, $216.50 



Examining officers at U. S. points: D. Martin. Wabash Ry., Buffalo, $460 ; T. H. Scarff, 
Fere Marquette Ry., Black Rock, $822; W. M. Wiswell, Pere Marquette Ry., Black 
Rock, $822 

Acting preventive officers : P. Morningstar, Shisler's Point, 140 d. to Dec. 9, at $2.50 ; J.W 
Teal, Windmill Point, 121 d. to Nov. 16, at $2.50 ; J. Young, Crystal Beach, 78 d. to 
Sept. 10, at $4 

Postage, $430 ; telephone rent, $12.11 ; petty expenses, $25.96 



Brockvilte (salaries, $2,483.32; contingencies, $1,535.40; refunded, $60.56). 

W. H. Jones, collector, $1,050 ; A. Turner, clerk and landing waiter, $600; preventive offi- 
cers : T. Burns, C. Stowell and S. Sinip.son, at $450; F. G. McCrady, to Nov. 30, $208.- 
30 ; C, C. Lyman, SJI m. to March 31, $143.78. . 

Overtime service : T. Burns, $307.50 ; C. C. Lyman, $91.25 ; F. G. McCrady, $75 

Boat, $50 ; cleaning office, $45; postage, .$24; telephone rent, $18.75 ; petty expenses, $15.70 

Union Park : L. A. Betts, special officer, season 1906 

Chatham (salaries, $3,512.50; contingencies, $1,406.03; refunded, $72.50). 

D. R. Farquharson, collector, $975 ; A. E. Pilkey, preventive officer, $637.50 ; examining of- 
ficers : N. Pinsonneault, $487.50 ; T. Richardson, $450 

Overtime service : A. E. Pilkey, $12.50; N. Pinsoni.eault, $22.50; T. Richardson, $25.50.. 

Postage, $30 ; telephone rent, $18 . 79 ; petty expenses, $8 . 71 

Blenheim : W. E. Hall, sub-collector, salary, $375 ; travel, &c., $234 ; postage, $10.95 

Dresden : Postmaster's 10 p.c. comuii.ssion on collections, 79c.; postage, $2.20 

Glencoe : M. C. Campbell, sub-collector, .$337.50 ; commission on drafts, $4.25; postage, $6. 

Ridgetown : J. C. Macdonald, sub-collector, $525; coal, $16.59; office rent, $45; postage, 
&c., $10 ... 

Rondeau: C. Mallory, preventive officer, salary, -$225; overtime, $31.25; office rent, $36... 

Tilbury : W. A. Hutton, sub-collector, salary, $450 ; overtime service, $5 . 50 ; postage $8 

Cohourg (salaries, $2,212.50; contingencies, $850.27; refunded, $12.50). 

G. F. .Tones, collector, $825 ; preventive officers: J. Bulger, $450; J. G. Hagerman, salary, 

$487.50, overtime, $16.75. .. . 
Postage, $15; petty expenses, $1.82 
Brighton: J. F. Langdon, sub-collector, $487.50; J. H. McMaster, landing waiter, salary to 

Nov. 30, $125, overtime, $39.75; office rent, $58.50; wood, &c., .$17.25; petty expenses. 

$12.70 



Colbourne: J. Morrow, sub-collector, salary, $412.50, overtime, $16.75; horse-hire, $56; office 
rent, .$37 . 50; petty expenses, .$1.5 . 75 



CoUingivood (salaries, $1,702.50; contingencies, $150.25; refunded, $1.50). 

G. Watson, collector, $750; H. Foreman, examining officer, salary, $487.50, overtime, 

$74.25 

Coal, $21.25; mail delivery, $10; postage, $20; petty expenses, $9.15 

Meaford: G. Brown, sub collector, $525; postage, $11 .10 



Cornwall {salaries, $2,100; contingencies, $556.55; refunded, $7.50). 

3. Berlin, collector, $900; G. Crites, examining officer, $412.50; J. H. Cline, preventive 
officer, salary, .$525, overtime, $151 . 75 

Board and travel, G. H. Fawcett, $213.45; postage, $36; street cars, $76.40; petty expenses, 
$4.91 



$ cts. 
10,638 46 

3,714 00 
152 10 



6,958 39 
2,188 50 
2,104 00 



964 50 
468 07 



3,352 08 
473 75 
153 45 
100 00 



2,550 00 


60 50 


57 50 


619 95 


2 99 


347 75 


596 59 


292 25 


463 50 



1,779 25 
16 82 



740 70 
538 50 



1,311 75 

66 40 

536 10 



1,989 25 
3.30 76 



Carried forward ] 43,567 86 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-7 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Ontario- -Conti7iued. 



Brought forward 

Cornwall, salaries, d-c. — Concluded. 

Aultsville: D.Cook, landing waiter, $262.50; allowance for fuel, light and horse-hire, iSTS; 
postage, §6.54 



Descronio (salaries, 8937.50; contingencies, $210.88; refunded, §7). 
A. S. Valleau, collector, $637.50; T. C. Maloney, examining officer, salary, S450; overtime. 



Postage, $10; P. O. box, SI. 88 , 

Fort William (salaries, -$1,050; contingencies, $'2,690.78; refunded, $2/f2.50). 

F. C. Perry, collector, §1,050 ; preventive officers : C. Coombes, to March 21, $506.15; J. 
H. Coveny, §675; J. Lumby, to March 15, 17 d. ab., $459.45; G. Meagher, 8 d. ab., 
$508.33 ; B. Smith, .§525 

Overtime service : C. E. Coombe.s, $68.50 ; J. H. Coveny, .§26.75 ; J. Lumby, $66.25 ; G. H. 
Meagher, §19.25 ; B. Smith, §17.75 

Postage, .§50 ; petty expenses, §10 .85 



Gait (salaries, -$1,687,50; contingencies, 8246.97). 



T. Peck, collector, §975 ; W. A. Dennis, preventive officer, 

Postage, §30.75 ; petty expenses, §19.34 

Ayr : T. Fairgrieve, commission on collections, §90.74 ; postage, .§3 
Preston: A. Bowman, sub-collector, §187.50 ; office rent, §67.50; postage, .$18 ; telephone 
rent,,§17.64 , 



Gananoqxic (salaries, 81,125; contingencies, 8599.80; refunded, •$39,50 J. 

W. H. Britton, collector, $750; M. J. Lee, landing waiter, salary, $.387.96; overtime, 

§43 25 ; petty expenses, §16.50 

Poole's Kesort: W. E. Williams, preventive officer, to Nov. 30, §83.30 ; postge, 75c 

Riverview: M. H. McNeil, preventive officer, §75 ; postage, §1.25 

Rockport: W. Dixon, sub collector, salary, §375 ; overtime, $13.50 ; postage, -SI. 79 . . . . . . 

Sugar Island: O. V. Goulet, landing waiter, 16 d. in Aug 



Goderich ( salaries, 83,750 ; contingencies, 8324,74). 

A. Farrow, collector, .$825 ; J. L. Grant, preventive officer, .§525 ; pettj- expenses, §13.30 

Clinton: J. Wiseman, sub-collector, .§525 ; postage and P. O. box, §17.25 

Kincardine: M. G. ]\IcPlierson, sub-collector, §450 ; office rent, .§45; sawing wood, &e., .$14; 
petty expense.?, -§15 . 10 . . ... 

Seaforth • F. G. Neelin, sub-collector, §450 ; coal, $28 ; office rent, §46.65 ; postage, $18 ; petty 
expenses, §2.30 

Southaujpton : G. E, Smith, sub-collector, $450; office rent, $54 ; postage, $10.81 ; petty ex- 
penses, .§6 . 65 

Wingham : H. Davis, sub-collector, $525 ; office rent, $35 ; petty expenses, $18.68. 

Guclph (salaries, 82,637.50; contingencies, 8927.92). 

J. Hallett, collector, $1,100 ; landing waiters : J. Costello, $450; J. Strachan, §562.50; pre- 
ventive officers : J. A. Lillie, §4.50 ; G. Whitelaw, from Feb. 10, §82,14; A. Heffeman, 
clerk, .§225 

Postage, §42.70 ; street cars, §24.30 ; telephone rent, §22:50 ; petty expenses, §35.78 

Walkerton : M. McNamara, sub-collector, $.525 ; postage, $18.98 ; petty expenses, -§10.45 

Postmaster's commi.ssious on collections: Durham, .§2.04; postage, 4c.; Harriston, §2.8S, 
postage, 21c.; Hanover, 30c.; Palmers.ton, §2.86, iX)Stage, 45c.; Mount Forest, §7.29. .. . 

Hamilton (salaries, 818,912 .50 ; contingencies, $5,780 . 40 ; refunded, 8710.95). 

F. E. Kilvert, collector, §2,230 ; J. Thompson, chief appraiser, $1,200 ; H. Gayfer, appraiser, 
§1,050 ; A. J. Mackenzie, surveyor, to Sept. 30, $375 ; G. A. McCully, locker, .$525 ; Mrs. 
Ferguson, caretaker, .§190 

Clerks and landing waitei-s : A. R. Whyte, $825 ; A. Alexander, $712.50 ; A. Brown, §4-50 ; 
J. Burns, §487.50 ; .T. Cape, §900 ; R. Colvin, §525 ; W. Dick.son, .§487.50 ; D. R. Gibson, 
$650; T. MeCallum, .§600; A. McCandlish, §525; A. O'Dell, .§487.50; R. H. Park, 
$712.50 : W. Peebles, §600 ; W. T. Scott, §487.50 ; W. .J. Sherring, 10 d. ab., §416.67. 

Examining officers : Yv^. .T. Ballentine, §712 50 ; A. Martin, §487.50 ; W. S. Moore. §487.50 ; 
D. McBride, from Oct. 1, §300 ; messengers: A. Ferguson, §375; J. W. Sinclair, .§412.50 

Porters and jiackers : T. E. Bowstead, .§374.98 ; J. Halcrow, §600 ; D. McBride, to Sept. 30, 
$150 ; E. Murphy, to Aug. 31, $100 ; F. A. Pearce, from Sept. 22, less 17 d. ab., §230.62 



$ cts. 
43,567 86 

344 04 



1,143 50 
11 88 



3,723 93 

198 50 
GO 85 



1,500 00 
50 09 
93 74 

290 64 



1,197 71 

84 05 

76 25 

390 29 

16 00 



1,363 30 
542 25 

524 10 

544 95 

521 46 

578 08 



2,869 64 
125 28 
554 43 

16 07 



5,590 00 

8,866 67 
2,775 00 
1,464 60 



Carried forward [ 79,085 76 



F-8 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Ontarlo—Cordinued. 



Brought forward. 



Hamilton, salaries, d-c. —Concluded. 

Freventive officers : W. R. Davis, from Nov. 1, $-83.32 ; G. Dean, §450 ; J. J. Haygarth, 9450. 
Overtime service : J. Bums §135 ; R. Colvin, $119 ; W. Dickson, S135 ; J. Halcrow, §133.75 ; 

J. Havgarth, $1 ; D. McBride, $66.50; A. Martin, $135 ; A. O'Dell, $135 ; W. T. Scott, 

$1 ; W. J. Sherring, $36 

Board, W. R. Davis, $50; cartage, J. Temple, $1,.5.S9 ; desk, $54; ice, $11.70; ink, $30.60; 

postage, $70 ; street cars, §20 ; telephone rent, $09.85 ; petty expenses, $39.09 

Burlington : J. Allen, sub-collector, $300; bus fares, $7.50; fuel, $13.25; office rent, $45; 

postage, $11 . 84 

Dundas : K. McKechnie, sub-collector, $900 ; cleaning office, $27 ; postage and P. O. box, $18 
Dunnville : J. Moblo, sub-collector, $600 ; gas, $13.35 ; telephone rent, $20 ; petty expenses, 

$20 

Oakville : M. Felan, sub-collector, $337.50 ; office rent, $56.25 ; wood, $15 ; postage and P. O 

box, $8.08 



Iw/emoll (salaries, SI, 550. 04; contingencies, §80.21). 

J. F. Williams, collector, $787.50; J. J. Lynch, preventive officer, $525; postage, $16; 

petty expenses, $3 . 25 

Port Burwell : W. Backhouse, sub-collector from Jan. 1, salary, $75 ; overtime, $9.75 ; petty 

expenses, $9.54 

Tillsonburg : W. S. Law, sub-collector from Jan. 1, $162.54 ; office rent, $25; petty expenses, 

$16.67 



Kenora (salaries, §523 ; contingencies, $7 .20 ; refunded, $45). 



G. Barnes, collector, $525 ; postage, $43.85; petty expenses, $8.35. 



Kingston (salaries, §7,4^7 .48 ; contingencies, $1,175.78 ; refunded, §104.75). 

C. Hamilton, collector, $1,350; T. Driver, appraiser, $975; H. Kitchens, preventive officer, 
$412.50; T. Healey, examining officer, $412.50, short paid in 1905-6, 20c.; R. Car.son, 
messenger, $375 ; \V. Neish, survev(,r. to Dec. 31, $499.98 

Clerks at $750: R. D. Anglin, T. Gaskin ; tide waters at $412.50; G. W. Comer, J. 
Geoghegan. W. D. Graves, J. Hanley 

Overtime service: G. W. Comer, $83; J. Geoghegan, $152.75; W. D. Graves. $89.75; J. 
Hanley, .$88.75 

Cleaning (jffice, $13.50; electric light, $13.68; office rent, $206.25; postage, $60; telephone 
rent, $40 ; petty expenses, $27 .35 

Bath : D. T. Rouse, sub-collectur, -alary, $300 ; overtime, $7 ; postage, $3 

Point Alexandria : board, J. Geoghegan, .$36 ; coal oil, $1 . 80 

Preventive officers at out ports : Collin's Bay, D. J. Rankin, $112.50; Port Metcalfe, A. 
Joslin, $112.50 ; Portsmouth, J. Graham, $45 ; Wolfe Island, W. E. Home, $150 

Lindsaij (salaries, §675 ; contingencies, §18.50). 

W. Lownsbrough, collector, $675 ; postage, $13.15 ; petty expenses, $5.35 

London (salaries, §10,662.46; contingencies, §2,781.83; refunded, §378). 

C. H. Elliott, collector, $1,687.50; O. H. Talbot, surveyor, $975; W. Bartlett, ca'^hier 
$750 ; N. Trebilcock, preventive officer from March 1, $30 

Appraisers : J. Fergu.son, $900 ; A. Sharp, $900 ; G. Tyler, assistant, $637 .50 

Clerks and landing waiters: J. R. Adams, from Jan. 7, $140. SM; P. F. Boyle, $450; J. C 
Brady, $4.50 ; W. J. Element, $450 ; P. C. Lewis, $487.50 ; R. Johnston, §512.50 ; B. C. 
McCann, $525 ; W. A. McCrimmon, $450 ; J. McFadden, $525 ; S. J. Southcote, 
.$487.50 ; D. Wiley, to Dec. 31, $399.96 

Packers and messengers : W. Brett, §375; W. Greer, $37.50; R. Jepson, $108; R. J. Orr, 



Overtime service : P. F. Bovle, §180 ; W. J. Element, S3. 50 ; R. Johnston, §4 ; P. C. Lewis. 
$74.97 ; B. C. McCann," .$129 ; S. J. Southcote, .$15 

Cartage, W. Donohue, $794.50; cleaning office, $216; ice, $12; ink, $16.80; postage, $50 
soap, $36.90 ; street cars, $80 ; telephone rent, §30 ; washing towels, $18 : petty expenses, 
$50.11 ; total, .§1,304.31, less $78.67 paid by Inland Revenue Dept 

Strathroy : W. H. Murray, sub-collector, $525; postage, $10; petty expenses, $1.90 



Midland (salaries, §1,687 .50 ; contingencies, §163.35). 

W. Parkhill, collector, $750; S. Vyvyan, examining officer, $487.50; office rent, §135; tele^ 

phone rent, .$10 ; petty expenses, $8 . 35 

Penetanguishene : H. H. Ross, sub-collector, $450 ; ix)stage, $10 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
79,085 76 

1,483 32 



897 25 


1,934 24 


377 59 
945 00 


653 35 


416 83 



1,331 75 

94 29 

204 21 

577 20 



4,025 18 

3,150 00 

414 25 

360 78 

310 00 

37 80 

420 00 
693 50 



3,442 50 
2,437 50 


4,877 78 


895 50 


406 47 


1,225 64 
536 90 



1,390 85 
460 00 



113,085 44 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-9 



Customs : Salaries and. Contingencies, Ontario — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Morrisburg (salaries, $975 ; contingencies, 8771.40). 

A. J. Laflamme, collector, §600; A. G. F. Drew, preventive officer, salary, 8^24.98; over- 
time, S69. 25 

Cleaning office, 819.50 ; ct).il, S39.72 ; office rent, $90 ; ix)stage, S15 ; petty expenses, $31 .19. 

Iroquois: J. D. Bullis, sub-collector, salary, S375 ; overtime, S2 ; coal, §16.85; ofHce rent, 
$36 ; postage, §13.04 ; petty expenses, §13.93 



NaiKtnee (salaries, $975; contingencies, $15.30). 

J. B. Allison, collector, §600 ; J. P. Hanley, preventive officer, §375 ; postage and P. (). box, 
§15.30 



Niagara Falls (salaries, $10,200 ; contingencies, $5,360.14; refunded, $5,220. 50 J. 

A. Boyle, collector, §1,200; landing waiters and clerks : H. B-^nder, §562.50; J. H.Cannon, 

$487.50 ; J. J. Flynn, §750; H. Nidle, §450 ; W. M. Parker, §450; F. F. Wood, §450; 

J. Brown, §562.50 ; C. J. McKenzie, §750 ; A. R. Robertson, §450 

Preventive officers : D. R. Pursel, §562.. 50 ; J. Murray, §300 ; at §450 : G. E. Buckley, J. P. 

Coan, O. D. Gla,>-gow, A. Gray, W. H. House, F. Jeffries, R. Sloggett, J. B. Stephens, 

J. M. Wallace 

Overtime service: H. Bender, §247.-50; J. Brown, §135; G. E. Buckley, §247.50; J. H. 

Cannon, .§247.50; O. D. Glasgow, .§247.50; A. Gray, §247.50; W. H. House, §247.50; 

F. Jeffries, §247.50; H. Nidle, §247.50; W. M. Parker, §247.50; A. R. Robertson, 

§247.50; J. Sando, §165.50; J. B. Stephens, §247.50; J. M. Wallace, §247.50; F. 

\yhitwell, §247.50 ; F. F. Wood, §247.50 

Special officers at Niagara Falls, N.Y., at §3 a day : C. D. Johnston, §•^22; J. Mowat, §822. 

Postage, §400 ; telephone rent, §41 . 25 ; petty expenses. §19 .03 ... 

Chippewa: A. Herbold, sub-collector, §037.50; gas, §15.50; office rent, §56.25; petty ex- 

p)enses, §11 .10 

Montrose, J. M. Douglas, preventive officer, 274 d. at -§3 

Niagara : J. Sando, sub-collector, §450 ; T. Burns, landing waiter, 118 d. to Nov. 14, at §2 ; 

office rent and heating, §75 ; petty expenses, §14 .15 

Queenston : preventive officers : F. Whitwell, §450; G. D. Prest, salary, §337.50 ; overtime, 

§82.25... 

Queenston Bridge : R. L. Field, preventive officer, salary, §450; overtime, §247.50 ; postage, 

§1.11. 



Orillia (salaries, $1,162 .50 ; contingencies, $16). 

R. A. Lynch, collector, §712.50 ; J. McKenzie, preventive officer, §450 ; postage, §16 

Oshawa (salaries, $1,200 ; contingencies, $130). 

G. F. Blarney, collector, §750; L. C. Hall, preventive officer, §450; office rent, §112.50; 
petty expenses, §17 .50 



Ottawa (salaries, $15,679.22 ; contingencies, $8,943.18; refunded, $634.50). 

J. W. Russell, collector, §1,500 ; R. A. Clarke, surveyor, §1,125 ; W. J. Fairbairn, appraiser, 
§900 : G. Torniey, asst. apprai.ser, .§675 ; S. H. Waggoner, cashier, §825 

Clerks: O. H. Cogswell, §712.50; F. Kehoe, §675; A. Lacerte, §750; messengers: A. Sava- 
geau, §4.50 ; M. F. Smith, from Mar. 15, §31 . 99 

Preventive officers: W. M. Arnold, .§587.52; W. R. Blyth, from Aug. 14, §379.18; T. H. 
Burns, §637.50; A. Campeau, from Oct. 29, §297.33; P. H. Cassidv, §525; C. E. Dris- 
coll, §525; T. A. Hood, §675; J. Keane, .§537.48; F. Lapointe,' .§637.50 ; R. C. W. 
McCuaig, §.585; J. J. McGovern, §750; P. E. Ryan, .8675; A. M. Routhier, §712.50; 
R. Spittal, §675 ; D. P. Stewart, §637 50 ; A. C. Whittier. .§525 

Overtime service: T. A. Hood, §5.25; F. Lapointe, §143; A. Savagean, §10.50; A. C. 
Whittier, .§67.75 

Travelling expenses : F. Kehoe, §5 : W. Neish, §12.15 ; R. Spittal, §40.50 

Cartage, A. Ardley, §1,755; messenger service, §34.65 ; postage, §56; street cars, §90; tele- 
phone rent, §85 . 42 ; petty expenses, .^28 .16 

Alexandria : D. A. McDonald, sub-collector, §150 ; office rent, §40 ; postage, §10 ; telephone 
rent, .§16 . 50 ; petty expenses, .§14 . 20 _ 

Almonte : W. C. Pollock, sub-collector, §4.50 ; petty expenses, §11.93 

Arnprior : G. E. Neilson, sub-collector, §300 ; postage and P. O. box, §10.75 

Carleton Place : sub-collectors : F. Donald, to July 31, §50 ; J. L. Murphy, from July 27, 
§408.06; tX)Ftage, §18.12; travel and living expenses, W. Neish, §39.70; petty ex- 
penses, §1 

Grenville : F. W. Wade, preventive officer, salary, §75 ; overtime, .§71 .50 ; jxistage, §5.75. . . 

Carried forward 160,123 23 



§ cts. 
113,085 44 

1,094 23 
195 41 

456 82 
990 30 

6,112 50 
4,912 50 



3,765 50 
1,644 CO 

460 28 

720 35 
822 00 

775 15 

869 75 

698 61 



1,178 50 
1,330 00 

5,025 00 
2,619 49 

9,361 51 



226 
57 


50 
65 


2,049 


23 


230 
461 
310 


70 
93 

75 


516 88 
152 25 



F-10 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Ontario — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Ottawa, salaries, <kc. — Concluded. 

North Bay: W. McKenzie, sub-collector, $600; office rent, $75; postage, $40.50; shelving, 

§33 ; petty expenses, $1 . 95 

Pembroke : R. Kuaseli, sub-collector, $675 ; postage, $18 . 75 ; petty expenses, $4 . 88 

Perth ; sub-collectors : N. McLeuaghan, $300, H. T. Noonan, acting, 21 d. to Nov. 20, at 

$1 ; postage, $16.45 : . 

Renfrew: 0. Wright, sub-collector, $375 ; coal, $24.19; office rent, $90; petty expenses, 

$12.10 . . 

Smith's Falls; R.. C. Drew, .sub-collector, from Feb. 11, $109.51.; B. Capron, preventive 

officer, to Feb. 28, $500 ; J. D. Stewart, examining officer, salary, $450, overtime, $135 ; 

postage, $25.73 ; travel and living expenses, W. Neish, $38.60 ; petty expenses, $2.10 . . 

Sturgeon Falls : T. Fournier, sub-collector, $375 ; office rent, $75 ; postage, $18 

Temagami : W. A. Fraser, preventive oflScer to Sept. 30, $225 ; postage, $3.25 

Owen Sound (salaries, ■$2,512.50 ; contingencies, $955.37 ; refunded, $S6.50). 

J. A. Frost, $450; P. 



N. P. Horton, collector, $900 ; ijreventive officers : J. Caton, 
J. Malone, $562.50 ; examining officer, W. McNeil, $459 

Overtime services : W. McNeil, $149 ; P. J. Malone, $149 

Cleaning office, $28 ; office rent, $216 ; postage, $34 ; petty expenses, $13.28, 
Chesley : postmaster's commission on collections 



Paris (salaries, §975 ; contingencies, §632.88). 

A. J. Sinclair, collector, $825 ; landing waiters : A. M. Kinnear, to Sept. 30, $150 ; G. R 

Crawford, from Oct. 1, $300 ; postage and P. O. box, $9 . 50 

St. George : D. H. Nelles, commission on collections, $313.03 ; petty expenses, $10.35 

Parry Sound (salaries, $1,537.50 ; contingencies, $922.58 ; refunded, $50). 

J. W. Fitzgerald, collector, $825; coal, $25.27; office rent, $185; postage, $9.25; telephone 
rent, $13.50 

Byng Inlet : R. Jordan, sub-colletor, $225 ; postage, $4.66 

Depot Harbour: F. J. Drewitt, examining officer, salary, $487.50; overtime, $145; W. H. 
Hoppins, landing waiter, to Feb. 28, .$400 ; postage, $10 .50 

French River : F. W. Newton, sub-collector, $225 ; petty expenses, $4.40 



Pctcrboro (salaries, $1,745.83; contingencies, $1,403.12 ; refunded, $45.50). 

R. Hall, collector, $1,12?; A. R. Kidd, examining officer, $.562 . 50 ; landing waiters ; J. Cam- 
eron, $524.97 ; J. F. Galvln, $450 ; W. M. Lang, $450 

Mail delivery, $35.33 ; postage, $30 ; telephone rent, $12.50 ; petty expenses, $4.15 



Picton [salaries, $975; contingencies, $139.16; refunded, $7). 

W. T. Ross, collector, salary, $862.50; overtime, $.52.50; bus fares, $13-; clea.iing office, 

$36 ; postage, $16.50 ; telephone rent, $18.75 ; petty expenses, $5.41 

Wellington : J. McDt-nald, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, $4 



Port Arthur (salaries, $3,525; contingencies, $3,835.33; refwnded, $287.25). 

J. F. Hodder, collector, $1,050; T. R. Bovce, clerk, $750; preventive officers: L. G. Hodder, 
Aug. 14 to Oct. 7, $104.23; M. Arnold, from Oct. 8, $336.09 

Landing waiters, at $.525 : J. Coburn, A. E. Guerard, P. Hesson. 

Overtime service : T. R. Boyce, $27.25 ; A. E. Guerard, $170.75 ; J. F. Hodder, $119.75 ; P. 
Hesson, $7.2.5 

Postage, $115; petty expenses, $10 . 76 

Fort Francis ; R. J. F. Marsh, sub- collector, $600 ; counter, $30 ; office rent, $135 ; heating, 
$32.50; wood, $21.90; filing ca.ses, $20.50; linoleum, $16; desk, .$18.50; petty expenses, 
-$15.95 

Jackfish : W. Fraser, preventive officer, to Dec. 31 

Leeblain : T. I. Roberts, sub-collector 

Rainy River : H. B. Jackson, sub-collector, salary, $.52.5, overtime, $244 ; F. A. Gormley, 
landing waiter, to Aug. 15, salai-y, $86 55, overtime, $43; D. K. McGregor, preventive 
officer, from Aug. 15, salary, $438 . 45, overtime, $208 . 50; bank charges, $24 . 40 ; cleaning 
office, $18; petty expenses, $3 . 25 



Port Hope (salaries, $1,425; contingencies, $31.48; refunded, $6). 

E. J. W. Burton, collector, $900 ; W. S. Bletcher, preventive officer, salary, $525, overtime, 
$16, travel, $12.70 ; petty expenses, $8.78 

Carried forward 



cts. 



160,123 23 



750 45 
698 63 

337 45 

501 29 



1,260 94 
468 00 
228 25 



2,962 50 

298 00 

291 28 

2 59 



1,284 50 
323 38 



1,008 02 
229 66 

1,043 00 
229 40 



3,112 47 
81 98 



1,004 66 
116 50 



2,240 32 
1,575 00 

325 00 
125 76 



890 35 
300 00 
600 00 



1,591 15 



1,462 48 



185,466 24 



' CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-11 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Ontario — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Prescott (salaries, 83,412.50; contingencies, $1,010.99; refunded, -^136.25). 

E. Jessup, collector, $975 ; clerks and landing waiters : R. M. Keeler, $600 ; J. Murphy, 
$487.50; preventive officers at $450: S. Holhngsworth, H. Leahy, P. C. Murdock 

Overtime service: S. Hollingsworth, $153; R. M. Keeler, $121.25; H. Leahy, $146.75; P. C. 
Murdock, $149; J. Murphy, $52.50 

Coal, $15 25 ; desks, $26.50 ; linoleum, $25 ; office rent, $45 ; \x)stage, $67 ; petty expenses, 
$6.28 



Cardinal; J. D. R. Williams, sub-collector, $266.66; coal, $17.22; office rent, 
penses, $10.83 



); petty ex- 
<S^ Catharines (salaries, 93,958.46; contingencies, 'SS87.07 ; refunded, ■$45). 



J. E. Cuffe, collector, $975 ; clerks and landing waiters : A. Hodge, 20 d. ab., $591.80 ; J 
McClive, to Aug. 31, $93.33; wS. W. Spillette, sub-collector, $525; C. Beard, temporary 
officer, from .^ept. 1, salary, $406.66, overtime, $2 , 

Postage, $37; telephone rent, .$43.75 ; petty expenses, $3.33 

Merritton : cleaning office 

Port Colborne : S. J. Sidey, sub-collector, $225 ; J. A. Ramsden, preventive officer, salary, 
$225, overtime, .$58.50 ; office cleaning, $27 ; postage and P.O. box, $29.50. 

Port Dalhousie : W. B. Clark, sub-collector, salary, $225'; overtime, $40 ; coal, .$13 ; petty 
expenses, ."i^lS .20 

Thorold: T. F. Pattison, sub-collector, $637.50; i^ostage, $16.75; street cars, $27; petty 
expenses, $7 . 50 

Welland : J. F. HiU, sub-collector, $487.50; W. J. McKay, temporary officer, from March 
13, $30.05; office rent, $30; postage, $43.14; petty expenses, .$3.42 , 



St. Thomas (salaries, S2,963.50 ; contingencies, $906.01; refunded, $31). 

D. Ferguson, collector, $1,050 ; 1. Morse, preventive officer, $525 ; examining officers : J 
Farrell, $525 ; E. S. Brown, salary, $450, overtime, $2 ; postage, .$30 ; petty expenses 

$8.77. 



Aylmer: J. B. Ogilvie, sub-collector, $487.50; coal, .$12.25; office rent, $45; postage, $12.75 
petty expense.s, $5. 55 

Port Burwell : W. Backhouse, sub-collector, to Dec. 31, salary, $150 ; overtime, $25.75 
postage, $11.75 ; petty expenses, $17. 54 

Port Stanley : M. Payne, sub-collector, salary, $225; overtime, $188; office i"ent, $37.50; 
postage, $47; wood, $42.25; ink, 90c, 



$ CtB. 

185,466 24 

3,412 50 
622 50 

185 03 
3.39 71 



Sarnia (salaries, $6,745.86 ; contingencies, $4,^4^.59; refunded, $1,340.25). 



C. S. Ellis, collector, from July 16, .$1,206.46 ; examining officers : T. Hayne, $450 ; J. Mara, 

$4.50 ; messengers : J. C. Clark, $225 ; A. Ross, from March 22, $13.44 

Landing waiters : .J. F. Adams, .$637.50 ; J, McLagan, .$4.50 ; A. F. Mac Vicar, $4.50 

Preventive officers : J. Alcock, $450: A. A. Almas, $750; J. E.Campbell, $450; .J.Chester, 

$450; P. G. Dawson, $375; S. .Johnston, $450; A. Murray, from March 22, $10.13; R. 

Stockdale, $450 ; J. B. Watson, $450 • 

Overtime service : J. F. Adams, $18.75 ; J. Alcock, $247.50 ; J. E. Campbell, $247.50 ; ,J. 

Chester, $247.50; T. liayne, $247..50; S. John.ston, .$247.50; A. F. iMacVicar, .$247.50; 

J. McLagan, .$247.50; J. Mara, $247.50; A. Murray, .$8.50; J. B. Watson, .$168.25; R 

Stockdale, $132 

Chair, $10; cuptoard, $10; iiostage, $168; streetcars, $20; telephone rent, $52.99; petty 

expenses, .$30. 60 

Courtwright : D. McKellar, sub-collector, .salary, $450. overtime, .$215.75; postage, .$7. .50 ... 
Petrolea : D. Dawson, sub-collector, salary, $675, overtime, $2.50 ; P. C Daw-son, overtime, 

$10, travel, $1.70 ; postage and P.O. box, $16.50 

Point Edward: O. S. Clark, sub-collector, salarj', $.525, overtime, $249; postage and P.O. 

box, .?9.13 

Stag Island : R. R. Gibb, preventi\e officer to Aug. 31 

Tunnel : postage 



Sanlt Ste. Marie (salaries, $8,133.34; contingencies, $3,191.56 ; refunded, $591.75). 

IL Plummer, collector, .$1,12..; clerks: .J. S. Ironside, .$562..50; M. Laughton, .$712.50. .. 

Examining officers : W. Brown, S450 ; F. H. Hughes, $450 ; T. Hugli, $450 

Preventive officers : A. W. Howe, $450; .J. Stephen, $450; E. P. Molony, 10 d. ab., $505.55; 

A. Tenipleton, -$150 

Overtime service : W. Brown, $103..50; A. W. Howe, $247.50; F. H. Hughes, $247.50; T. 

Hugli, $138.50; M. Laughton, $240; E. P. Molony, $19; J. M. Stephen, $.314.25; A. 

Templeton, $251.25 

Coal, $11.50-; postage, $145; stove, $15 ; telegrams, $32.82 ; telephone rent, $24.50; telephone 

tolls, $13.78; travel and living expenses, H. Plummer, $62; petty expenses, $13.30 . . 

Carried forward ; 



2,653 79 

89 08 

3 00 


5G5 00 


296 20 


688 75 


594 71 



2,590 77 
563 05 
205 04 
540 65 



2,344 90 
1,537 50 

3.841 13 



2,307 50 

291 .59 
673 25 

705 70 

783 13 

100 00 

45 00 



2,400 00 
1,350 00 

1,855 55 



1,561 50 

317 90 

218,930 67 



r-12 



AUDITOR 0ENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs: Salaries and Conttngencles, Ontario — Continued. 

Brovight forward 

Sault Ste. Marie, salaries, <fcc. — Concluded. 

Algoma Mills : G. C. McGuire, sub-collector, $600 ; office rent, $45 ; postage, $18 

Bruce Mines : J. W. Prout, sub-collector, salary, $300, overtime, $55 ; office rent, $25 

Cockburn Island : A. Monck, sub-collector 

Cutler: T. Flesher, sub-collector, $300; office rent, $45; commission on money orders, &c., 
6.85 



$16. 



Little Current : R. English, sub-collector 

Micbipicoten : G. H. Taylor, sub-collector, salary, $4.50 ; overtime, $29.50. 

Sudbury: A. H. Smith, sub-collector, $683.32; chairs?, $19 . 50 ; desks, $56 ; livery, $17; 
office rent, $193.88; postage, $43.75; shelving, $27.90; telephone rent, $12.50; petty 
expenses, $8 . 50 

Thessalon : N. Currie, suV>-collector 

Preventive officers at outports : Gore Bay, D. B. McRae, $112.50; Killarney, G. Pitfield, 
$60; Manitowaning, A. Neilson, $112.50; Marksville, H. E. Bishop, $75; Richard's 
Landing, H. M. Ross, $150 



Simcoe (salaries, $2,012.^ ; contingencies, $447 .72). 

N. Porter, collector, $825 ; W. A. Mabee, preventive officer, $187.50 ; cleaning office, $13.50; 

gas, $14.28; office rent, $75 ; postage, $13.38; stove, $13.60; telephone rent, $18.83; 

petty expenses, $3 . 52 

Port Dover: J. R. Davis, sub-collector, $412.50; J. Noble, preventive officer, $450; petty 

expenses, $17 .24 

Port Rowan : desk and chair, $17 ; petty expenses, $5.15 

Tilsonburg: W. S. Law, sub-collector, to Dec. 31, $324.96; office rent, $50; petty expenses, 

$18.72 



Stratford (salaries, §3,675 ; contingencies, •$906.61; refunded, $4^J. 

J. G. Hess, collector, $975; D. R. McPIierson, examining officer, $487.50; E. O'Flaherty, 
preventive officf-r, $525 ; postage, $45 ; telephone rent, .$12.50 ; petty expenses, $7.84. . . 

Listowel : R. Hutchison, .sub-collector, $750 ; coal, $24; office rent, $75 ; postage, $28.25; 
petty expenses, .$2 . 35 

Mitchell : J. W. Cull, sub-collector, $487.50 ; office rent, $56.25 ; petty expenses, $1749.... 

Parkhill : Postmaster's commission on collections 

St. Mary's: H. E. Wilson, .sub-collector, $637.50; coal, $22.50; office rent, $75 ; ixjstage, 
$19.50; petty expenses, $17.18 

Wiarton : A. M. Tyson, .sub-collector, $337.50; wood, $12.58; postage and P. O.box, $7 70. 

Toronto (salaries, §62,003.92; contingencies, §25,130.93; refunded, §1,287). 

J. Small, collector, $3,000; E. W. Miller, Dominion appraiser, $1,350; J. Ryan, appraiser, 
$1,125; J. B. Fleming, cashier, $1,200; C. W. Baxter, assistant cashier, $900; .T. H. 
Bertram, surveyor, $1,350; R. Bell, ganger, $900; J. McKay, assistant gauger, $675; 
J. Yorston, chief locker, $750 

Assistant appraisers : J. Andrew, to Dec. 31, $450; R. Cuthbert, $1,012.50; J. J. Davidson, 
$1,275; C. Elliott, $712..50; J. A. Gibbons, $750 ; J. Head, $862.50; T. Mitchell, 
$675; A. Patterson, $1,050; W. Pearson, $937.50; J. Sinclair, $1,050; S. J. Westman, 
$937 50 

Clerks and landing waiters : j! R. McCaffrey, chief , $975 ; B. Ander.son, $666; .J. Beale, 
$637.50; H. W. Bell, from Oct. 1, $300; F. J. Col well, $600; M. E. Cook. $.562.. 50; J. 
A. Cowan, $787.50; A. G. Elson, $487.50; D. Eraser, $562.50; C. L. Gray, $487.50; 
J. Greer, $675 ; W. F. Guthrie, .$487.50; S. T. H. Harris, .$637.50; J. R. Heakes, 
$787.50; C. E. Leatch, $600; C. Loarden, $487.50 ; D. A. McCuaig, $4.50 ; W. E. Mere- 
dith, $637.50: T. Mitchell, $6.37.50; M. F. Mogan, $541.64; R. M. Persse, $675; W. 
Plunkett, $525 ; C. Reiddy, $600 ; A. Scott, $675 ; F. Somets, $600 ; J. Thompson, 
$675 ; W. K. Tinning, .$675 ; W. P. Woods, $675 

Examining officers: D. Brown, .$450 ; G. A. Cressman, $562..50;E. L. Darby, .$487 . 50 ; 
G. Forrest, .*;487. 50; T. R. Glover, .$637.50; J. H. Hick.s. .$525 ; .T. J. McNamara, 
from Jan. 1, $150 ; O. Pape, $525 ; E. H. Ross, .$450 ; A. B. Stanliury, .$.525 

Packers, porters, &c.: R. Custaloe, .$412.50; T. J. Davis, .$4.50; W. J. Dunlop, .$450; J. S. 
Gillespie. $49.51; N. Graham, $412.. 50; J. Jackman, .$450; W. Reid, $412.50 ; S. A. 
Rutland, $412.50; J. Slean, $450; P. J. Slattery, $412.50; T. Williams, $412.50; R. 
Wright, $412.50 

Tidewaiters at $450 : R. Ferguson, E. Fowler, J. V. Home, J. Lowther 

Preventive officers :' .T. C. Allen, $675; J. M. Anderson, .$637.50; H. Byers, .$4S7.50 ; G. 

E. Byron, $475.27 ; O. S. Clewlo, $487.50 ; W. H. Dickson, $675 ; J. Driffill, $562.50 ; 
J. N. Ellard, .$525; O. J. Giroux, $487.50 ; W. A Gunn, $562.50 ; F. Lloyd, $525 : F. 

F. McArthur, .$600 ; H. McWhirter, $412.50; R. B. Milburn, $675; W. B. Oxley, $525; 
P. Smith, .$412.50 



Carried forward . 



$ cts 


218,930 67 


663 00 

380 00 
225 00 


391 85 
375 00 
479 50 


1,062 35 
375 00 



510 00 



1,164 61 



879 74 
22 15 



393 68 



2,052 84 

879 60 

561 24 

3 47 

771 68 
357 78 



11,2.50 00 



9,712 50 



17,041 64 
4,800 00 



4,737 01 
1,800 00 



8,725 27 



288,515 58 



CUSTOM."^ DEPARTMENT : EXPEXDITLRE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-13 



Customs : Salnrles and Oonttngencies, Ontsirlo—Cont inued. 

Brought forward 

Toronto, salaries, etc.— Concluded. 

Temporary officers : H. W. Bell, 3 lu. to Sept. 30, S150 ; F. J. Boswell, 5 m. to March 31, 

less 8 d., S331.69 ; W. C. Brodie, S412.50 ; J. B. Brooks, S412.50 ; A. Callow, §412.50 ; 

H. A. Crosby, S4S7.47 ; M. W. Devane, li d. ab., §447.50; D. Garrow, 5 ni. to March 

31, §375; D. O. Goudie, 1 m. to July 31, §25; F. R. Grant, 7 d. ab., §438.71; W. 

Griffith, 14d. ab.. §288.22; S. Gurofsky, 3 d. ab., §445. OG; T. N. Hay, 4^^ m. from 

Julv 1, less 5 d., 1,'Vm. to March 31, §224.72; M. J. Healey, 2h d. ab., §408.68; F. 

Hurley, 6ki m. to March 31. less 1 d., §294.92 ; C. In^am, §450 ; W. B. Irving. §412.50 ; 

H. J.'Kellv, §450; P. M. Kennedy, 5 d. ab., §441.67; J. Kidd, 1 d. ab.. §448.21; S. 

M. McCos'h, 1^ d. to March 31, §64.29; G. McMacken, 7 tn. to March 31, §175; J. 

McXamara, 6 m. to Dec. 31, §300; J. McCatfrey, §450; D. M. MacRae, 10 d. ab.. 

§433.33; G. Moore, §450; H. G. Osterhout, 6 d. ab., §403.63 ; F. W. Rose, §450 ; F. L. 

Sanagan, .§450; J. Sinclair, .§412.50; J. J. Stock, §412.50; W. Tennant, 9 d. ab., 

.§434.45 ; J. Slean, 7§i m. to March 31, §195.16 ; S. A. Wiltsie, 6^ m. from July 1, 

less 3 d., §397.87 ; P. J. Woods, .§412.50 

Overtime service : B. Anderson, §135. 75; J. H. Bertram, §175.50; D. Brown, §167; H. 

Byers, §152; A. Callow, §42; O. S. Clewlo, §203; G. Forrest, §113.25; J. H. Hicks, 

§90; J. V. Home, .§161.25; F. Lloyd, §201. 75; J. Lowthei, §122.25; M. Mogan, 

§92.25 ; W. Plunkett, §90 ; A. Scott, .§35.75 ; F. Somers, §1 .75 

Cartage : Dominion Transport Co., §3,795 ; Hendrie & Co., §3,149.24 ; Shedden Forwarding 

Co., §1,889.05; sundry, .§375.10 

Bottles and corks, §19.38 ; cleaning offices : E. Ransom, §240; H. McWhirter, §24.99 ; W. 

Reid, §20 S3 ; ice, §13 10; ink, §28.80; nails, 11 kegs, .§26; newspapers, .§27 ; postage, 

§360 ; repairs : to stamps and numbering machines, §28 ; to trucks, §22 : soap, §28.90 ; 

stamps, §80.30; rent of 3 telephones, §158.19; travel: D. Garrow, §12.10; W. A. 

Hughes, §10.60 ; washing towels, §81 ; petty expenses, §82.35 

Aurora: A . Yule, sub-collector. §600 ; office rent, §54; postage, §12; street cars, §15.95; 

charcoal, 75c 

Barrie : T. T. Young, sub-collector, §600 ; postage, §18.50 ; petty expenses, 63c 

Brampton : J. .T. Manning, sub-collector, .§4-50 ; postage, .§12 ; telephone rent, §15 

Georgetown : J. Langan, sub -collector, §450 ; postage and P.O. box, §15.55 

Gravtnhurst : J. M. Smith, preventive officer, to Sept. 17, salary, §128.33 ; overtime, §37 ; 

living expenses, .§49 ; postage, §1 .50. ... . . 

Orangeville : J. Gilchrist, sub-collector, §487.50 ; postage and P.O. box, §14.05 

Port Credit: D.M.Sharp, sub-collector, §450; coal, §20.25; office rent, §18; postage, 

§16.02 

Streetsville : R. Graydon, sub-collector. .§150 ; postage, -§8.89 

Toronto Junction : A. B. Rice, sub-collector, §750 ; D. Hart, preventive officer, §450 ; W. 

McFarlane, clerk and landing waiter, §450 ; postage, §23 ; street cars, §4 



Trenton ('salaries, §525 ; contingencies, 917). 



R. Fraser, collector, §525 ; postage and P.O. box, §17 . . 

Wallaceburr/ (salaries, -$1,387.50 ; contingencies, ■S7S6.31). 

J. H. Fraser, collector, salary, §675 ; overtime, §12 ; coal, §35 ; office rent, §63 ; postage, 

§24 ; telephones, §17 . 45 ; petty expenses, §22 .20 

Lambton : A. Mickle, preventive officer, salary, §337.50; overtime, §92 ; office rent and fuel 

.§37.50 ; postage, §7.25 

Sombra: A. A. Meyers, preventive officer, salary, §337. -50 ; overtime, .§91.50 ; office rent and 

fuel, .§37.50 ; petty expenses, §5.16 

Walpole Island : W. Hinnegan, preventive officer, §375 ; jKJstage and commission on money 

orders, §4.25 

Whitby (salaries, $525 ; contingencies, §573.96). 

J. R. Philp, collector, §525 ; W. W. Ward, examining officer, 53 d. ab., §362.91 ; coal, §41.20 ; 

office rent, §112.50 ; petty expenses, §12..35 

Pickering Harbour : W. \V. Sparks, preventive officer 



Windsor (salaries, $12,647 .50 ; contingen-Aes, §6,510.90 ; refunded, §1,997.75). 

J. A. Smith, collector, §1.425 ; W. Welsh, appraiser, §900 ; landing waiters, at §450 : W, 
Bushell, A. Drouillard. P. Hanrahan » 

Preventive officers : J. Bailey, §547.50 ; J. Barnett, §562.50 ; J. M. Beers, §525 ; G. H. Ben- 
nett, .§450: L. N. Castanier, .§.525; J. Ciampton, §675; T. Q. Dench, §450; P. E, 
Dumond, §450 ; J. W. Kerr, §450; W. Leighton, §450 ; E. M. Maisonville, §150; R. S, 
McDonald, §450 ; P. H. McEwan, §450 ; C. F. McKee, §4.50 ; J. McMurrav, §450 ; F, 
St. Louis, §450; N. Thibert, §4."i0 ; M. Thompson, §487.50; J. Turk, §675; A. J. 
Walker, §450 ; J. W. Yearsley, §450 



Carried forward. 



§ cts. 
288,515 58 



12,798 08 

1,783 50 
9,208 39 

1,263 54 

682 70 
619 13 

477 00 
4(i5 .55 

215 83 
501 55 

504 27 
158 89 

1,677 00 
542 00 

848 65 

474 25 

471 66 

379 25 



1,053 96 
45 00 



3,675 00 



9,997 50 



336,358 28 



F— 14 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Oustoius: Salaries and Contin'gencies, Ontario — Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Windsor, salaries, tkc. — Conclnded. 

Overtime service : J. Bailey, S239.50 ; J. M. Beers, $315 ; G. Bennett, $247.50 ; W. Bushell, 
.$405 ; T. Dench, §315 ; A. Drouillard, $405 ; P. Duinond, $150 ; P. Hanrahan, $405 ; J. 
Kerr, $195 ; W. Leighton, $177.25 ; R. S. McDonald, $405 ; C. MoKee, $405 ; P. H. 
McEwan, $315 ; J. McMurray, $405 ; F. St. Louis, $180 ; N. Thibert, $247.50 ; A. J. 
Walker, $247.50 ; J. Yearsley, $247.50 

Cleaning office, $.54..50; postage, $3G0; street cars, $110 ; telephone rent, $45 ; petty ex- 
penses, $24.35 

Walkerville : A. T. Montreuil, sub-collector, salary, .$750 ; overtime, -$227.50 ; cleaning office, 
$17 ; office rent, $90 ; street cars, $24 ; telephone rent, $22.50 ; petty expenses, $2.05. . . ! 

Preventive officers at ontports : J. Antaya, Fighting Lsland, 30 d. in July, at $2.50; S. 
Ducharine, Belle River, $225 ; C. F. Pequegnot, Sandwich, $150 



Woodstock (salaries, ^2,212.50 ; contingencies, $183.70). 

W. H. Van Ingen, collector, $975; C. Banting, clerk, .$637.50; C.H. Irwin, examining 

officer, $450 ; petty expenses, $20.95 

Norwich : J. D. Hogarth, sub-collector, $300 ; petty expenses, 81 2*75 



Less — Refunds as below. 
Total, Ontario . . . . 



Refunds. 

Refunds on account of overtime and extra service: Amherstburg, $185 ; Belleville, $8.50; 
Bridgeburg, $4,337.50: Brockville, .$47.50; Chatham, $27.50; Cobourg, $12.50; Colling- 
wood, $1.50; Cornwall, .$7.50; Deseronto, $7 ; Fort William, $152.50; Gananoque, 
$39.-50; Hamilton, .$199.45 ; Kingston, .$44.75 ; London, $60; Niagara Falls, $5,201.50; 
Owen Sound, $61.50; Parry Sound, .$.50; Picton, $7 ; Port Arthur, $152.25; Port Hope, 
S6; Prescott, $136.25; St. Thomas, $31; Sarnia, $1,295.25; Sault Ste. Marie, .$476.75; 
Toronto, $368 ; Windsor, $1.983.75 

Refunds on account of services in bonded warehouses : Berlin, $135 ; Brantford, $120 ; 
Bridgeburg, $36 ; Brockville, $13.06 ; Chatham, $45 ; Fort William, $90 ; Hamilton, 
$511.50; Kenora, $45; Kingston, $60; London, $318; Niagara Falls, $19; Ottawa, 
$634.50; Owen Sound, $25; Peterboro, $45.50; Port Arthur, .$135; St. Catharines, -$45; 
Sarnia, $45 ; Sault Ste. Marie, $115 ; Stratford, $45; Toronto, $919 ; Windsor, $14 



$ cts. 
336,358 28 



5,306 75 
593 85 

1,133 05 
450 00 



2,083 -45 
312 75 

346,238 13 
18,315 51 



Total refunds. 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Quebec. 

Ahercorn (salaries, '$600 ; contingencies, $ 1,014. 17 ; refunded, $147.50). 

J. Dunn, collector, $600 ; preventive officers : W. Allen, $75 ; H. A. Lebeau, from Oct. 10, 

salary, $237.87, overtime, $160 ; M. H. O'Brien, salary, $375, overtime, $224 

Offlee rent, $30 ; postage, $32 . 26 ; telephone rent, $8 . 34 ; wood, $19 . 20 



Athclstan (salaries, $1,S00 ; contingencies, $666.81 ; refunded, 

W. Saunders, collector, salary, $525, overtime, $360 ; J. C. McHardj', examining officer, 
salary, ,$300, overtime, $180; coal, $16.88; office rent, $37.50; postage, $.52 . 66 ; petty 
expenses, $7.27 

Roxham : W. C. Kingsbury, preventive officer, salary, $375; overtime, $112.50 



327,922 62 



Coaticook (salaries, $2,837.50 ; contingencies, $1,821.47 ; refunded, $324 J. 

Collectors: J. B. Daly, $860; C. E. Baldwin, 1 m. to March 31, $91.66 ; J. Churchill, clerk 

and landing waiter, $000 ; preventive officers : G. E. Adams, $375 ; E. O. Baldwin, $383.28 ; 

O. H. E. Webster, $375 ; J. Williams, $187.50 

Overtime service: G. E. Adams, .$307.50; J. B. Birks, $20; E. O. Baldwin, $62.50; J. 

Churchill, .$153 ; J. B. Daly. $153 ; 0. H, E. Webster, .$15. 

Board, J. B. Birks, $87 ; desk, .$.30 ; postage, $108.87 ; rent cf two telephones, $30; petty ex- 

pen.ses, .$18.38 

Island Pond : J. B. Diirocher, landing waiter, salary, $450 ; overtime, $269.28 

Preventive officers at outports : H. McCutcheon, Barnston, $225 ; E. J. Perkins, Baldwin's 

Mills, $150 ; O. L. Young, Stanhope, 1 m. to March 31, $25 



14,899 95 



3,415 56 



18,315 51 



1,671 87 
89 80 



1,479 31 
487 50 



Carried forward . 



2,878 44 


711 00 


274 25 
719 28 


400 00 


8,711 45 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



P-15 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies. Quebec — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Cookshire ( salaries, 81,837.50; contingencies, 8916 ; refunded, 8200). 

A. Ross, collector, $675 ; rent, fuel and light, $75; living expenses : D. J. O'Grady, July 24 
to Sept. 30, .1iSr).25 ; L. Girard, .$132.40 : A. B. Gendreau, §16 ; petty expenses, .?22.(i0. . 

Comin's Mills : J.P.Simpson, sub-collector, salary, §375; overtime, $112. .50; petty ex- 
penses, -$7 ....■■■ ■ 

Hereford Road : A. Hunt, preventive officer 

Lake Megantic: A. B. Gendreau, sub-collector, salary, -St-SO, overtime, $202.50 ; A. Cauchon, 
preventive officer, salary, $337.50, overtime, .$270 ; postage, $35.75 ; petty expenses, .$G. . 

Oaspe (salaries, 8600 ; contingencies, 8487.81). 

A. J. Kavanagh. collector, .$600 ; W. Sinnett, boatman, $4.38; office rent, $75; telegrams, 
$10.83 ; wood, .$15 : petty e.^penses, $24.60 

Esquimaux Point : J. R. Hamilton, sub-collector, .$300; flag staff, $10 ; office rent, $25 ; petty 
expenses, -Su 

Ste. Anne des Monts : C. Thibault, board, -96 ; horse hire, $12 , 



Hcramingford (salaries, 8825 ; contingencies, §488.56). 

F. S. Proper, collector, salary. $525 ; overtime, $120 ; J. W. Curran, preventive officer, $262.50 ; 

office rent, $60 ; postage, $3 . 46 

Franklin Centre : R. C. Manning, sub-collector, $300 ; office rent, $37.50 ; postage, $5.10. . . 

Mansonville (salaries, 81,350 ; contingencies, 81,408 ; refunded, 8201). 

W. Lynch, collector, $600; R. W. Heath, examining officer, $375; preventive officers at 
$375 : R. G. Crowell, H. A. Oilman, S. Sargent 

Overtime service : R. G. Crowell, $180 ; H. A. Gilman, $180 ; R. W. Heath, $180; S. Sargent, 
$180 



Fuel, $18 ; office rent, $30; p-jstage, $9.25 ; telephone rent, $11.25 

Mansonville Station : postage, $70 ; express, 50c 



Montreal (salaries, 8112,808.63; contingencies, 850,271.18; refunded, 810,348.93). 

R. S. White, collector, $3,000; H. McLaughlin, surveyor, $1,350 ; J. Z. Corbeil, appraiser 
and gauger, $1,200 ; A. E. Giroux, tide surveyor, $825; W. H. Richardson, cheese in 
spector, $675 . 

Appraisers: J. M. Bessette, $1,029.17; T. Brossard, $1,500; T. J. Dawson, $1,200; E. Dona 
hue, !=«1,275; R. J. Lunny, $1,200; A. Magnan, $1,200; assistants: A. Bouras.sa, $750; 
W. Drysdale, from Jan. 1, $800; H. Hamel, .$700.02; F. Lankan, .$862.50; J. A. Lavoie, 
$850; S. B. Lytle, $637.50; W. Murphy, $637.50 ; J. Murray, $600; E. O'Shea, $825; 
J. D. White, $675 , 

Assistant gaugers : T. M. Jones, .$750; D. J. Lemieux, $916.66; J. McNichol, -$525 

Clerks and landing waiters: T. Chambers, $937.50; A. Malbosuf, to Feb. 28, $800; 
A. A. Lantier, $1,125; W. J. McKenua, $975 ; A. L. Barlow, $675 ; L. A. Beaulac, 
$675; A. P. Belair, .$525; A. Bourret, $.562. .^0; J. C. O. Briere, $675; T. Butler, $487.50; 
J. A. Champagne, $487.50; F. L. Chevrier, $825; J. A. Chicoine, $525; J. Davis, $825; 
J. B. Desbois, $675 : F. O. Dillon. .$487.50; R. Fontaine to Oct. 31, $200 ; C. Gregoire, 
$487.50; B. Heroux, .$862.. 50; B. T. Holdbrook, .$63750; J. Hough, .$675; H. iST. 
Isaacson, $862.50 ; A. Lacasse, $412.50; R. H. Lajoie, $675; A. M. Latouche, .$825 ; W. 
R. Latour, $350.04; A. Laurier, $600; A. Laurin, $675; J. S. T^oyer, .$562.50; J. Mc- 
DougaU, $525 ; P. J. McElroy, $4.50; M. McGoldrick, $675; N. P. Martin, $675; P. 
Martin, $562.50; J. Mes.sicr, $712. .50 ; P. J. O'Neill. $675 ; L. D. Perham, .$800.01; N. 
Provost, $637.50 ; J. Sherritt, $750. T. F. Slattery, $487.50 ; J. S. Sorley, $825; P. Ste. 
Marie, from Jan. 1, $237.48; E. Tighe, $900; D. Tuff, $562.50; E. T. Wilkes, .$.562.50.. 

Examining officers: B. Balthazard, $450; E. Beauvais, $675; E. Bernard, $562.. 50 ; J. B. 
Birks, .$450; A. E. Boutillier, 13 d., .$18.77 ; W. S. Boyd, $462.48 ; L. Brien, .$450; J, 
Cannon, ,$483.33; C. Cheval, .$525; P. J. Coonev, $675; J. H. Corbeil, .$412.50; J. E. 
Coron from Mar. 1, $50*; J. Coyle. $6^5 ; A. Demers, from Aug. 1, $366.67 ; T. Dwane, 
$487. .50 ; G. N. Fontaine, $450; H. Ganthier, $445.83; L. Girard, $450; L. J. Harel, 
$412 50; P. Harvey. .$525 ; J. A. Homier, $675 ; J. A. Hr.rteau, $412.50 ; P. Keane, 
$450 ; N. L'Africain, $450 ; H. Lamoureux, $675 ; J. A. A. Larin. $450 ; J. E. M. 
Lemieux, .§412.50; P. Locke, .$412 . .50 ; J. S. McCallum, .$512.49: T. P. McCracken, 
$525 ; J. G. Martin, $4-50; W. M. JNIartin, $487.50; J. Newton, $487.50; W. S. Mav- 
buiTy, from Jan. 1, $187.50; J. G. Noel, $487.50; M. O'Hara, $562. .50; A. Pare, 
$487.50; L. Pre vest, .$487.50 ; A. M. Richer, .$525; J. A. Riopelle, $487.50 ; M. Roach, 
$600 ; J. A. Rotiert, .$4.50; F. A. St. Laurent, from Mar. 1, $54.14 ; L. St. Martin, .«^450; 
L. Ste. Marie, .$412.50 

Lockers: T. Losey, .^637. 50; H. Renaud, .$4.50: packers: J. Matheson, $450; at $412.50: 
F. Forgues, A. Leduc, A. Nugent, D. Payette, H. Raymond 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
8,711 45 

1,007 25 

494 50 
150 00 

1,301 75 

729 81 

340 00 
18 00 



970 96 
342 60 



2,100 00 

720 00 
68 50 
70 50 



7,050 00 



14,241 69 
2,191 66 



29,125 03 



20,618 71 
3,600 00 



93,852 41 



F-16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs: Salaries and rontlngencles, Quebec — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Montreal, salaries, d:c. — Continued. 

Preventive officers: A. Blomeley, $412.50; F. Carbonneau, $412.50; Fo L. Cauchon, 
$487.50; R. P. Clerk, -WS; E. Coote, $.525; J. Drysdale, .f 525 ; V. Dumontier, $412.50; 
E. Gouin, $-150; R. F. Hutchins, $487.50; L. A. Jacques, $900; L. H. Lafleur, $562.50; 
T. Logan, $G75 ; P. McGovern, $712.50; P. J. Martin, $675 ; J. B. Martineau, $450; 
M. Neher, $525; D. J. O'Grady, $637.50; P. Paradis, $412.50 ; H. E. Pelletier to Jan. 
31, $350; J. Perreault, $450; M. M. Scleater, $562.50; D. Seguin, $825 ; G. Smith, 
$950.01 ; S. St. Jean, $487.50 ; R. B. Webster, $450 

Tide waiters : R. V. Warren, $550 ; at $487.50, L. Dufour and L. J. Guerin ; at $450, O. J. 
Ahearn, C. C. Antoney, W. Bertrand, M. Bourdon, Z. Corbeil, from Oct. 1, $300, S. E. 
Crevier, J. E. Dequoy, J. Dodd, from March 1, $50, B. Feeney, M. Flynn, P. J. Har- 
rigan, 65 d. ab., $3,S9.95, H. Hearne, H. McCamley, M. McGurn, J. Mclnerney, D. 
Mansun, A. N. P. Montaneri, J. E. O'Leary, W. L. Patterson, E. Perry, M. J. Ryan, 
M. Scanlan, E. Taylor and T. H. Turton ; E. Beland, $437.49 ; A. Elliott, $437. 46 ; 
J. H. Therrien, $424.98; at $412.50, P. Bedard, J. E. W. Cauchon, A. Cypihot, T. 
Flynn, J. H. Galarneau, A. Gaudet, A. C Gauthier, to February 28, $366.64, G. 
Gauth.er, P. Harney, J. P. Kavanagh, J. P. Landy, from March 1, $45.86, T. Major, T. 
W. Nicholson and E. F. Redmond, to December, 31, $274.98 ; at $375, F. Brabant, T. 
Fitzgerald and C. E. Killoran ; at $300, J. Lanthier and J. C. R. Larin, from March 
1, $33.36 

Temporary Employees (to March 3], unless otherwise specified) : J. N. ,A.rchambault, less 94 
d., $268.69 ; G. Bowie, $4.54.16 ; H. Clement, $145 ; Z. Corbeil, to Sept. 30, $150 ; J. E. 
Coron, to Feb. 28, $400; W. Crepeau, $412.50; A. Dade, less 9 d., $435.49; A. Dan- 
sereau, 7*? m., $254.19 ; A. Demers, to July 31, $45.83 ; W. Drysdale, to Dec. 31, $600 ; 
E. Elliott, less 8 d., $400.67; D. Farney, $412.50; R. Finlay,son, $525; T. J. Finn, 
$412.50; J. Hamilton, $412,50; J. Kavanagh, $468; E. Laberge, less 46 d., $371.65; 
J. O. Laniert, 6$^ m., less 26 d., $277.18 ; R. Larin, to Feb. 28, $215 ; M. P. Laverty, 
$412.50; J. A. Le Beau, .$412.50; L. Z. Leboeuf, $412.50; E. Legault, $412.50; R. 
Lesperance, less 15 d., $222.33; W. S. Mayburry, to Dec. 31, $375; W. H. Merrill, 
$412.50 ; T. McManus, $412.50; H. J. Norman, less 39 d., $353.36 ; H. G. Roche, $165; 
J. L. Sharne, $412.50 ; L. Sicotte, 3^^ m., $196.78 ; A. Turcotte, $412.50 

Examining warehouse employees (to March 31, unless otherwise specified) : A. Arsenault, 
$412.50; M. Barsalou, 8:^f m., $801.34; A. Bedard, $412.. 50; L Blanehard, $450; L. 
Blanchette, $412.50 ; A. Constant, $412.50 ;T. Corcoran, $412.50 ; H. Crevier, $412.50 ; 
P. Desjardins, less 1 d., $410.97 ; J. Dodd, to Feb. 28, $400; D. C. Draper, less 11 d., 
$576.34 ; A. Fichaud, $412.50; P. Fox, $412.50; G. H. Gauthier, $412.50; J. Gervais, 
$120; E. Guernon, less 15 d., $425.81; W. Hickey, $468; J. Killoran, $412.50; A. 
Labelle, $412.. 50 ; J. Lamothe, $412.50 ; J. P. Landy, to Feb. 28, $366.66; J. Laporte, 
$412.50; H. Lusignan, less 2 d., $109.54 ; T. Masse, less 10 d., $397.72 ; J. Mcllwaine, 6/^ 
m., $282.64 ; J. L. Palmer, $412.50; A. Quesnel, 52f m., less 10 d., $249.38; N. Remil- 
lard, less 6 d., $403.63; R. Robidoux, HI m., $93.76; H. Smallwood, $412.50; F. A. 
St. Laurent, to Feb. 28, .$433.34 ; J. Stinson, $412.50 ; J. Vallee, less 5 d., $406.39 

Overtime service: O.J. Ahearn, $70; A. Ansenault, $30 ; B. Balthazard, $299.25; E. 
Beauvais, $3; P. Bedard. S.W.50; A. P. Belair, $195.50; E. Beland, $81.75; E. Ber- 
nard, $235 ; J. B. Birks, $203.25; I. Blanehard, .$61.50; L. Blanchette, .$64.50; M. 
Bourdon, $100.50; A. Bourret, $135; A. E. Bouthillier, $1.50; W. S. Boyd, $106.75; 
L. Brien, $338; T. Butler, S242.25 ; J. Cannon, $126.75; F. Carbonneau, $57 ; F. L. 
Cauchon, $216; J. E. Cauchon, $-54; J. A. Champagne, $150.50; C. Cheval, $165.25; 
J. A. Chicoine, $43. .50; P. J. Cooney, $398.75; E. Coote, $212.50; J. H. Corbeil, 
$347.25; Z. Corbeil, $46.75; J. E. Coron, $250; W. Crepeau, $92.25; S. E. Crevier, 
$242; A. Cypihot, $63; A. Demers, $364.25; F. Dillon, $1.25 ; J. Dodd, $90.50; 
D. C. Draper, .«.57 ; J. Drysdale, .$14.25 ; V. P. Dumontier, $204 ; T. Dwane. $85.75; 
A. Elliott, ' .$57 ; E. Elliott, $45; D. Farney, $316.75; R. Finlayson, $262; T. J. 
Finn, $4.50 ; R. Fontaine, $45.25 ; F. Forgues, $61.50 ; P. Fo.x, $94 ; J. H. Galarneau, 
$58; A. Gaudet, $200; A. C. Gauthier, $252.50; G. Gauthier, $61.50 ;G.H. Gauthier, 
$61.50; H. Gauthier, $93.. 50; L. Girard, $23.50; A. E. Giroux, $360; C. Gregoire, 
$219.50; E. Guernon, $31 50; L. J. Harel, $40.50; P. Harney, $60; P. J. Har- 
rigan, $67.50: P. Harvey, $361.50; H. Hearne, $221. 75; W. Hickey, $111; 
J. A. Hurteau, $20() 50 ; T. M. Jones, $23.75; J. Kavanagh, $282'; J. P. 
Kavanagh, .$93.75; P. Keane, $329; C. E. Killoran, $300 2o ; A. Labelle, .$64..^0 ; 
A. Lacasse. $160.75 ; N. L'Africain, $175..50 ; J. O. Lamert, $4.. 50 : J. Lamothe, $9 ; J. 
P. Landy, $61.50; J. A. A. Larin, $144; W. R. Latour, $74.25; J. A. Lebeau, $97.25; 
L. Z. Lebreuf, .$135.25; A. Leduc, $57 ; E. Legault, $60; D. J. Lemieux, $170; J. E. 
M. Lemieux, $220 ; H. Lusignan, $58.50; T. Major, .$233.25; D. Manson, $1.50; J. G. 
Martin, $30 ; N. P. Martin, $275.50 ; W. M. Martin, $65.75 ; T. Masse, $60 ; J. Mathe- 
son, $55.50 ; A. N. P. IMontaneri, $4.50 ; W. Murphy, $102 ; J. Murray, $61.50 ; J. S. 
Mc(.;alluni, $236.75; H. McCamley, .$116.75; T. P. McCraeken, $112: J. McDougall, 
$•283: P. J. McElroy, $39.50; M . McGurn, $61.50; .f. Mcllwaine, $22.50; J. Mc- 
lnerney, -$94.. 50 : W. J. McKenna, $117 ; H. McL.iughlin, $205.50 ; T. McManus, $160; 
J. D. McMillan, $124 ; J. McNichol, $ll-!.75 ; M. Neher, $43.25; J. Newton, $10.50; J. 
G. Noel, $345.25; H. J. Norman, $40.50; A. Nugtnt, $01.50; D. J. O'Grady, $72.75; 



Carried forward 152,381 



$ cts. 
93,852 41 



14,312 51 



19,648 22 



11,273 33 



13,295 52 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITIRE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-17 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Quebec — Continued. 
Brought foward 



Montreal, salaries, <lr.— Concluded. 

Overtime service — Conclwlcd. 

J. E. O'Leary, S47 ; J. L. Palmer, .SGO ; P. Paradi.s, .S42 ; A. Pare, S348.2.5 ; W. L. Pat- 
terson, .5l-'58 .10 ; D. Payette, $3 ; H. E. Peltier, $23.75 ; L. D. Perham, $3f>0 ; E. Perrv, 
SG1.50; L. Prevo>t, .?31.o ; W. H. Richardson, $14.7.5; A. M. Richer, .S221. 25 ; M. 
Roach, $247.50 ; M. J. Rvan, .^68. 50 ; M. Scaulan, .?L'87.50 ; J. Sherritt, S170.25; T. F. 
Slattery, .?345.50; H. Smalhvood, .?()!. 50; .1. h'tinson, $G1.50; S. St. .lean, ?5 ; F. A. 
St. Laurent, SOI. 50 ; L. Ste. Marie, Sol ; E. Taylor, |;!i5.75 ; D. Tuff, .S304.50 ; A. Tur- 
cotte, .S19.50; T. H. Turton, §210.25 ; .J. Vallee, $58.50 ; E. T. Wilkes, .?274.75 

Tiavelling expenses : E. O'Shea, !'11.85 : W. H. Richardson, §38. .55 ; .T. B. Birk.s -SR; A. E. 
Girou.x, .§11 .65; J. S. Sorley, S6 . 85 ; P. Ste. Marie, §100 ; R. S. White, .«5 

Bottles and corks, S.S0.29 ; brooms, $10..38 ; api>raisement fees, .?10; care of horse, A. E. 
Giroux, §225; care of office, C. Dandelin, -§540; cartage, Herreault & Galarneau, §3,- 
158.22 ; cartage, sundry, §32.89 ; calliper rules, .$11 ; cleaning P. O. branch, Mrs. A. 
Trudel, §90 ; cleaning canal office, Mr.s. Healy, .s25 ; daters, §27.50 ; electric light, §30.(50; 
express. §21.80; imperial powder, §11.25; ice, .§51.25; ink, §101.00; leather bags, .§28 50; 
miicilage, -§15.75; newspapers, .§31.28; numliering machine, .§31; jiostage, .§457.03 ; 
repairs to daters and numbering machines, §28.45 ; rubber stamps, §16.55 ; soap, -§19 41; 
street cars, §489.80; suit cases, 6, .§37. .50; telegrams, §10.04; telephone rent, §416.11 ; 
telephone tolls, .§24.40 ; washing and ironing towels, .§48.75 ; petty expenses, .§90.18 . .. 

Contingencies of Examining Warehouse : brooms, §13 40 ; cartage, Herreault & Galarneau. 
§9,150.33 ; chemical apparatus, §17.38 ; chisels, §13 50 ; clearing offices, Miss S. Parkei', 
$122; Mrs. Welsh, §140; flour paste, §48.50; ice, .§40; mallets, .§35.20; nails, .§32.05; 
lent of 2 telephones, §85.20; repairs to trucks, §06.74; soap, §23.60; toilet laundry, 
$24 . 75 ; tur p-ntine, .§20 . 50 ; petty exi^enses, .§53 . 25 

Dundee : J. D. McMillan, sub-collector, §412.50 ; J. E. O'Leary, board and travel, relieving 
sub-collector, §26 00 ; postage, §15 ; petty expenses, §10.55 

Joliette : L. Basinet, sub-collector, S6(iO; J. D. Gaudet, landing waiter, $487.48; travel, L. 
Ba.sinet, §1.90 ; R. P. Clerk, §19.25 ; J. D. Gaudet, .§3.80; H. N. Isaacson, ,§3 . 45 ; D. 
J. Lenjieux, §3; W. J. McKenna, §2.45; S. St. Jean, $8; postage, $18.50; petty ex- 
penses, .§2.30 . 

Maneville : F. G. Boutillier, sub-collector, $487.50; D. A. Fontaine, preventive officer, $75 ; 
postage, §19 ; travel, R. P. Clerk, $11 

St. Jerome : F. X. St. Michel, sub-collector, .§375 ; postage, §11 ; travel, R. P. Clerk, $14.25 ; 
D. J. Lemieux, .§3.50; H. N. Isaacson, §2.60; W.J. McKenna, §2.00 ; S. St. Jean, $4. 

St. Regis : G. Long, sub-collector, .§300 ; office rent, §25 ; petty expenses, $4.04 

Trout River; C. B. O'Reilly, sub-collector, $225; office rent, §22.50; wood, $25; petty ex- 
penses, $8.45 



Paspebiac (salaries -SlfSS? .50 ; contingencies, $232.70; refunded $45). 

P. C. Beauchesne, collector, §750 ; W. L. Kenipffer, preventive officer, $412.50; office clean- 
ing, -§15 ; office rpnt, .§'i5 ; postage, $22.70 ... 

New Richmond : J. Le Blanc, preventive officer, §75 ; office rent and fuel, .§15 

Preventi\ e officers at outports : E. Dea, Port Daniel, $75 ; J. B. Le Blanc, Carleton, from 
Aug. 1, §66.67 ; J. Nadeau, Nouvelle, to July 31, $8.33 

Perce (salaries, $637 .50 ; contingencies, $210.97). 

P. Le Boutillier, collector, .§450; F. A. Aubin, preventive officer, $337.50 ; office rent, $37.50; 
postage and commission on money orders, -§10.85 petty expenses, $12.62 

Quebec (salaries, $27,308. P; contingencies, $14,000.37 ; refunded, $1,835.29). 

J. B. Forsy the, collector, .§2,2.50; W. H. Carter, surveyor, §1,.500 ; L. N. Laurin, chief land- 
ing waiter, §1)00 ; t . Doucet, cashier, .§825 ; M. K. Bolger, landing waiter, §075 ; A. 
Thiliaudeau, gauger, §037.50 ; B. J. Murphy, packer, $412.50 

Appraisers: A. V. Dion, §1,050; A. Gaumond, $825; a.ssistants : J. G. Waters, $712.50; H. 
Hannon, $502 .50 

Clerks: J. A. Belleau, $450; W. E. Edge, $750 ; P. E. Guay, §637.50; M. Jolivet, $600; 
J. B. St. Armand, §4S7..0O; P. Hamel, .§525 

Examining officers : J. E. Burns, .§487.50; L. G. Faguy, §525 ; J. FuUerton, §412 50; J. 
Gaumond, .§412.50; C. Pageau, §450; W. Sheridan, fromNov. 1, $229 IS ; A. S. Sinclair, 
$450; J. E. Trudel, .§.520.83; W. G. Wilson, 412 50 

House-keepers : L. Dugal, §750 ; J. Griffiths, -§412.50; lockers: J. Rouillard, $487.50; J. 
Batterton, §450 ; tide surveyors : F. W. Gray, §750 ; P. Larue, §750 ; tide waiters : T. 
Gaumond, .§450 ; E. Languedoc, §450 ; .1. Timmons, .§412.50 

Preventive officers : E. Beaudet, §750 ; F. W. Knox, §450 ; J. P. Lafond, 3 d. ab., §370 91 ; 
L. N. Vallerand, $712.50 

Can led forv.-ard 

1— 2f 



$ cts. 
152,381 99 



18,647 75 
179 90 



6,121 14 

9,993 06 
464 65 

1,150 13 

592 50 

412 95 
329 04 

280 95 



1,275 20 
90 00 

150 00 



848 47 



7,200 00 
3,150 00 
3,450 00 

3,900 01 

4,912 50 
2,283 41 



217,713 05 



F-18 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Quebec — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Quebec, salaries, <tc. — Concluded. 

Temporary employees : J. O. Allaire, §405; J. H. Audette, to July 17, §26.34; A. Blouin, 
S405; A. Boissonnault, $405 ; D. Byrne, S405 ; A. Clyne, to Deo. 15, -8246.77 ; J. Coveny, 
to Feb. 9, §345.53 ; W. Donnelly, to Dec 15, less 4 d., §240.96; M. Dooley, §405 ; J. E. 
Drouin, to Dec. 15, less 1 d., §245.32; A. Frechet, §405; E. Genest, .§405; G. Gregoire, 
§412.50 ; F. Julien, §409.50 ; P. Langlois, from Sept. 10, less 11 d. §290.32 ; L. C. Lanou- 
ette, to Dec. 15, §246.77 ; H. Leclerc, to Dec. 15, less 2 d. §243.82 ; J. McMahon, 43 d. 
ab., .§342.57 ; O. Noel, to Dec. 15, §246.77 ; A. Ouellet, §405 ; P. G. Pelletier, §405 ; G. 
H. Poitevin, to Dec. 15, then from March 25, §256.93 ; H. Quinn, to Dec. 15, §277.20 ; 
J. Samson, §600 ; D. Shea, 1 d. ab., §485.69 ; W. Sheridan, to Oct. 31, §180 ; CO. Talbot, 
to Dec. 15, $246.77 ; M. J. Tiemey, to Dee. 15, less 46 d., §178.69 ; L. Turgeon, 1 d. ab. 
§403.50 ; .J. A. Young, 42 d. ab., §340.93 

Overtime service : J. O. Allaire, §2.25; J. A. Belleau, §29.75; A. Blouin, -§89.75; M. K. 
Bolger, §141 ; A. Clyne, .§50; J. Coveny, §58.50; W. J. Donnelly, §81.75; M. Dooley, 
§34.75 ; J. E. Drouin, -§23 ; A. Frechet, §32 50 ; J. Fullerton, §43.50 ; J. Gaumond, §120 ; 
F. Julien, §::0.50; E. Languedoc, -57 ; L. C. Lanouette, -§58.25; P. Lame, §177.75; L, 
N. Laurin, §44.25; H. Leclerc, §36.50; J. McMahon, §66; B.-J. Murphy, -5-36.50; C 
Pagean, §35; P. G. Pelletier, -§.39.75; G. H. Poitevin, §63.50; H. Quinn, §74.75; W 
Sheridan, -§100; A. S. Sinclair, -§35.50; C. Talbot, §62 ; J. Timmins, -§136.25; J. E. 
Trudel, §97.25 ; W. Wilson, §57.25 ; J. A. Young, §35 

Cartage : G. Rochon, §1,095.45; J. Rouleau, §31.60; cleaning office : J. Griffiths, §270 ; F. W, 
Knox, §90; ferry fares, §90.80; ice, §22 ; ink -§21.00; marine glass, §16 ; milk for cats, §18 ; 
postage, §95; street cars, §11 : telegrams, §11.64 ; telephone rent, §71.20; towelling, §12; 
travel, W. H. Carter, §40 ; petty expense.-^, §65.29 

Amherst, Magdalen Islands : C. Painchaud, preventive officer, §150 ; office rent, §36 ; stove, 
§10; petty expenses, §10.39 

Beauceville : E. D. Lemieux, sub-collector, §450; telephone rent, §11 25 ; petty expenses, 
§12.10 

Bradore Bay : A, Blais, preventive officer, §125; D. Jones, watchman, §8.10; petty expenses, 
§2.23. 



Chicoutimi : A. Blair, sub-collector, §337.50 ; office rent, §58.50; wood, $17; petty expensses, 

.§17.59 

English Bav, Anticosti : sub-collectors : S. Fraser, to Dec. 31, §349.98; A. Drolet, from Oct. 

9, §334^93; coal, §.59.50 ; desk, §11.50; freight, §16.50; office rent, §60; stove, §10 ; 

pettv expenses, §10 .32 

House Harbour, Magdalen Islands : C. Delaney, sub-collector, $375 ; coal, §30 ; office rent, 

§36; petty expenses, §17 . 15 

Riviere du Loup: N. G. Pelletier, sub-collector, §487.50; postage, §31.14; telephone rent, 

§18.75; petty expenses, §4.94 

St. C6me, f5eauce : J. Roberge, preventive officer, §75 ; telephone rent, §11.25 ; postage, 

§1.21 



St. Thomas : L. Dionne, preventive officer, §112.50; postage and money orders, §1.15 

Victoriaville : J. C. Bordeleau, sub-collector, §675; postage, §16; petty expenses, §8.95 

Preventive officers at outports : J. A. Bilodeau, Trinity Bay, §75; G. Ryland, St. Catherine's 
Bay, §225; E. T. Pettigrew, Trois Pistoles, §75; P. E. Vignault, Seven Islands, §75 

Rimouski (salaries, $4^.50; contingencies, §195.96 ; refunded, $75). 

J. Gauvreau, collector, §487.50; M. Lepage, preventive officer, §150; postage, §24; telephone 

rent, §18 . 75; petty expenses, §1 . 25 , . , 

Matane : J. Dionne, preventive officer, §75; postage, §1.96 



$ cts. 
217,713 65 



St. Armand (salaries, §1,537.50 ; contingencies, §812.52 ; refunded, 8108.75). 

E. A. Bourret, collector, §600; preventive officers : F. F. Futvoye, §375; A. Shelters, §375 . . 

Overtime service: E. A. Bourret, §196.56; F. Futvoye, §211.19; A. Shelters, -§222.25 

Cleaning office, -§36 ; coal, §29.38 ; expenses of relieving officer Girard, -§66; postage, §108.32 

petty expenses, -§14.29 

Philipsburg : P. E. Luke, sub-collector, §187.50; coal, §20.02; office rent, §13.50; petty ex 

penses, -§3. 76 - 

St. Hyacinthe (salaries, §1,725 ; contingencies, §205.74; refunded, §125). 

G. H. Henshaw, collector, §825 ; A. Lamothe, preventive officer, §525 ; A. Lanctot, landing 
waiter, -S375 . . 

Cartage, §18.20; cleaning office and washing towels, §39; jKJStage, §30; telephone rent, §13.33; 
petty expenses, §6 . 43 

Drummondville : J. A. Manseau, sub-collector, from July 18, §211.29; petty expenses, $12.49. 

Carried forward 



9,911 88 



1,924 75 



1,961 58 


206 39 


473 35 


135 33 


430 59 


852 73 


458 15 


542 33 


87 46 
113 65 
699 95 



450 00 



681 50 
76 96 



1,350 00 
630 03 

253 99 

224 78 



1,725 00 

106 96 
223 78 



241,234 76 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



r-19 



Castoms : Salaries and Coutlngencles, Quebec — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



St. John's (salaries, 94^^25; contingencies, $3,090.88; refunded, $295.75). 

Collectors : H. W. Wood, to Dec. 31, $600 ; G. Fredette, from Nov. 1, $500 ; preventive offi- 
cers : J. M. Hebert, §450 ; W. M. Jameson, S375 ; J. C. Latour, salary, §450, o\ ertime, 
S167.50; L. E. Regnier, §375; examining officer, A. Quesnel, salary, §450, overtime, §170. 

Office rent, §144.72 ; postage, §30 ; petty e.Kpen.ses, §8.80 

Clarenceville : O. M.Derby, sub-collector, §150; M, D. Keet, preventive officer, Lacolle 
Bridge, §187.50; postage, &c., §3.44 

Frelighsburg : J. H. Baker, sub-collector, §487.50; postage, §5.42 

Granby : W. W. Miner, sub-collector, §600; petty ex{3enses, §7.35 

Lacolle : J. A. Paquette, sub-collector, salary, §375, overtime, §144. 75 ; postage, §4 

Noyan Junction : overtime service : W. M. Jameson, §292.50 ; L. E. Regnier, §270 ; expense.s 
of J. Newton, acting sub-collector, §23 . 60 ; postage, §40 

Rouse's Point : A. Gallet, landing waiter, salary, §450, overtime, §270 ; E. A. Gallet, tide 
waiter, salary, §412.50, overtime, §226.25 ; postage, §40 ; petty expenses, 80c 



Sherhrooke (salaries, $4^62.50 ; contingencies, •$627.60 ; refunded, $182). 

M. T. Stenson, collector, §1,275; H. A. O'Dell, appraiser, §862.50; clerks and landing 
waiters: O. L. Deseve, §712.50, and M. L. Hunting, §525; J. W. Hughes, preventive 
officer, §412.50 

Overtime service : J. B. Birks, §2.50 ; O. L. Deseve, §77.75 ; H. A. O'DeU, §11.75 

Cartage, §82 ; living expenses, J. B. Birks, §32 ; postage, §62 ; street cars, §36 ; rent of 2 
telephones, §30 ; toilet supply and laundry, §18 ; petty expenses, §15.64 

Richmond : J. Murphy, sub-collector, §.562.50 ; ]X)stage and P.O. box, §10.21 

Thetford Mines : L. Martel, sub-collector, §337.50 ; postage and P.O. box, §8.25 

Windsor Mills : J. Pender, sub-collector, §487.50 ; postage, §11 



Sorel (salaries and contingencies, $494-75 ; refunded, $90). 

J A. Chapdelaine, collector, §562.50; postage and P.O. box, §11 ; telephone rent, §11.25. . . . 

Stanstead (salaries, $2,663.50 ; contingencies, $1,571.97 ; refunded, $79). 

C. H. McClintock, collector, §900 ; E. M. Campbell, examining officer, salary, §412.50, over- 
time, §225; H. T. Ball, preventive officer, §375; J. F. Paquette, landing waiter, salary, 
§375, overtime, §225 . . 

Coal, §30.22 ; off.ce rent. §75 ; postage, §18.65 ; telephone rent, §18.75; petty expenses, §8.65 

Georgeville : J. A. Hutchison, sub-collector, §300 ; postage, §11 

Magog: D. Mullins, sub-collector, §525 ; office rent, §75 ; postage and P.O. box, §16.50 

Stanstead Junction : C. F. Bellam, sub-collector, salaiy, §450, overtime, §225 ; postage, §45 ; 
petty expenses, §2 . 20 

Three Rivers (salaries, $1,950; contingencies, $1,281.88 ; refunded, $180). 

A. Houliston, collector, §975 ; I. Dufresne, preventive officer, §675 ; postage, §14 . 80 ; tele- 
phone rent, §18 . 75 ; petty expenses. §6 . 30 

Grand Mere and Shawinigan Falls : J. T. Martin, sub -col lector, §600 ; J. L. A. Leclerc, pre- 
ventive officer, §525; coal, §56 ; postage, §21 . 20 ; office rent, §107.25 ; telephone rent, 
§10.83 ; petty expenses, §22 75 

Nicolet : N. Trahan, sub-collector, §300 ; office rent, §75 ; postage, §4 



Valleyfield (salaries, $750 ; contingencies, $363.75; refunded, $90). 

S. A. Brodeur, collector, §750 ; A. Duludo, preventive officer, §412.50; postage, §22.50; 
telephone rent, §18 .75 . 



Less — Refunds as below 



Total, Quebec. 



Be funds. 

On account of overtime and extra service : Aberc-orn, §147.50; Athelstan, §100 ; Coaticook, 

§324 : Cookshire, §200 ; Mansonville, §200; Montreal, §4,508.18 ; C2uebec, §666 . 29 ; S t. 

Armand, §108.75 ; St. John'.s, §160.75 ; Stanstead, §<30 

On account of services in bonded warehouses: Mansonville, §1; Montreal, §5,840.75; 

Paspebiac, §45 ; Quebec, §1,169 ; Rimouski, §75 ; St. Hyacinthe, §125 ; St. John's, §135 ; 

Sherbrooke, §182 ; Sorel, §90 ; Stanstead, §19 ; Three Rivers, §180 ; Valleyfield, §90. 



Total refunds 



§ eta. 
241,234 76 



3,537 50 
183 52 


340 94 
492 92 
607 35 
523 75 



626 10 
1,399 55 



3.787 50 
■ 92 00 


275 64 
572 71 
345 75 
498 50 



584 75 



2,512 50 
151 27 
311 00 
616 50 

722 20 



1,689 85 



1,.343 03 
379 00 



1,203 75 



264,032 34 
14,427 22 



249,605 12 



6,475 47 
7,951 75 



14,421 22 



1— 2Jp 



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AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 



7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Cii8toni« : Salaries and ContingencI«-8, New Bruiisivlcl£< 

Bathurst (salaries, §1,650 ; contingencies, ^11.84). 

P. J. Veniot, collector, $7-jO ; J. J. Melanson, clerk and tidewater, $375 ; board, &c., A. F. 
Wilson, $15 25 ; postage, $45; telephone rent, from April 1, 1906, $20; telegrams, 
$10 . 15 ; petty expenses, $11 ; 

Caraqnet : P. E. Paulin, suti-collector, $300 ; postage and commission on money orders, $9. . 

Little Shippegan : A. F. Wilson, preventive officer 

Shippegan : sub-coUectorb : H. A. Sormany, $450 ; E. D. Chiasson, from March 25, $11.29 ; 
office rent, $18 ; postage, $6.95 



Tracadie : J. A. Ferguson, sub-collector, $150 ; office rent, $37.50 ; postage, $2 70. 
CamphelUon (salaries, $750 ; contingencies, §391.64; refunded, §4^). 



A. McKenzie, collector, $750; J. B. McKenzie, preventive officer, $412.50; telephone rent, 
$13.59 ; petty expenses, $10.55 



Chatham ( salaries, $3,057 .50 ; contingencies, $398 ; refunded, $4^). 

G. Watt, collector, $900 ; preventive officers : P. Connors, $412.50 ; T. M. Gaynor, $525 ; T). 

Mundle, $300 ; J. A. Irving, from March 1, $25 ; postage, $21 ; telephone rent, $18.75 ; 

petty expenses, $12.20 

Buctouche : J. J. Le Blanc, sub-collector, $375 ; D. Keswick, tidewaiter, $200 ; office rent, 

$37.50; wood, $14; petty expenses, $10.50 

Richibucto : B. E. -Jackson, sub-collector, $600 ; petty expenses, $4.05 

The Cape : D. O. Richard, tidewaiter 



Dalhousie (salaries, $1,200; contingencies, $180.13). 

G. Haddow, collector, .$900 ; J. S. Harquail, preventive officer, $300 ; telephone rent, $15.20 

petty expenses, $12 43 

River Louison : T. Hayes, preventive officer, $150 ; postage, $2.50 



Frederieton (salaries, $2,050 ; contingencies, $827 .50). 

A. F. Street, collector, $1,125 ; H. G. Winter, appraiser, $825 ; preventive officers : F. P. 
Colter, $450; D. Vandine, $422 50 ; postage, $17; telephone rent, $18.75; petty ex- 
penses, $19 .25 



McAdam (salaries, $2,700 ; contingencies, $2,120.33 ; refunded, $212.50). 

J. W. Hoyt, collector, $900 ; A. L. Hoyt, clerk and landing waiter, $450; preventive officer.^, 
at $450 : G. J. Green, L. Lawson, F. Lister, D. Ta])ley; at $1.50, H. A. Jamieson, 274 d. 

Overtnne service : G. J. Green, $268.75 ; A. L. Hoyt, $272 ; J. W. Hoyt, $90 ; L. Law*)n, 
$261.25 ; F. Lister, $270.50 ; D. Tapley, $165 

Cleaning office, $13.50 ; desk, $15 ; postage, $110.25 ; petty expenses, $5 58 



Moncton (salaries, $4,350 ; Contingencies, $546.85 ; refunded, $90). 

I. W. Binney, collector, $900 ; J. S! Ray worth, landing waiter, $600 ; T. I. Coffey, preven 

tive officer, $525 ; postage, $38 ; tele^jhone rent, $22 . 50 ; petty expenses, $19 .28 

Alma : D. C. Cleveland, sub-collector, $225 ; C. H. McKinley, preventive officer, $150 ; 

postage, $2 . 36 

Cocagne : A. H. Dysart, sub- collector, $375 ; postage, 71c 

Dorchester : W. I). Wilbur, sub-collector, $300 ; coal, $15 ; office rent, $20; postage, $6.., 

Harvey : C. Morris, sub-collector, $225 ; postage, $5 . 18 

Hillsboro' : W. Wood worth, sub-collector, $525 ; postage, $8.02 

Hopewell Cape : preventive officers : G. B. Dixon, 1 m., $12.50 ; J. E. Kinnie, 8 m., $100 ; 

postage, $1.09 _ 

Shediac : A. M. Leger, sub-collector, $525 ; W. Avard, preventive officer, $225 ; fuel, $10 ; 

office rent, $45 ; petty expenses, $10 .^A 

Waterside : L. L. Richardson, preventive officer, $75 ; R. N. Anderson, late preventive 

officer, 2ii m. to April 11, 19t)5, $19.71 ; postage, $1.16 



Newcastle (salaries, $1,350 ; contingencies, $119.39). 

W. A. Park, collector, $S25 ; C. Park, relieving, 33 d. to Sept. 30, at $2.50 ; P. Wheeler, 
tide waiter, $525 ; telephone rent, $18 75 ; petty expenses, $18.14 . . . 



Sackville (salaries, $787.50 ; cojitingencies, $297.42). 



J. J. Anderson, collector, $.525 ; preventive officers 

Hanson, from Aug. 7, $130.14 ; cleaning office, $1( 
petty exjx'nses, S3. 90 

Bale Verte : W. Prescott, sub-collector, $262.50 ; ixjsti 



J. T. Carter, to Aug. 6, $19.88; P 
10; office rent, $112.50; iwstage, $15; 



$6. 



Carried forward. 



24,180 60 



CUHT0M8 DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-21 



Castoms : Salaries and Conttngencleit, Nevr Brunsir^Ick — Continued. 
Brought forward 



St. John (salaries, $31,325 ; contingencies, 98,703.87 ; refunded, $1,752. j^J). 

A. T. Dunn, collector, $2,250 ; G. F. Matthew, surveyor, $1,200 ; J. W. Manson, cashier, 
S825 ; T. Finlay, tide .surveyor, S750 ; C. Pigeon, locker, $487.50 

Apprais(!rs : J. V>. Daley, .?H25 ; J. H. Hamilton, -SOWJ ; J. E. Whittaker, $975 ; gaugers : 
H. P. .A.llingham, S487.50; F. R. Connor, §637.50; S. Kobinson, S787.50; landing 
waitei-s: J. Lowry, §502.50; M. Morrisey, $487.50; T. O. Sandall, $600; packers: G. 
Jackson, $4.50 ; R. McCarthy, $375 

Clerks: H. P. Sandall, chief, §1,012.50 ; K. A. Barber, §712.50; G. Jenkins, $712.50; S. 
\V. Kain, §787.50 ; D. Murphy, $487.50 ; C. F. Tilley, $637 50 ; H. Turner, $487.50 ; 
S. W. Wilkins, §712.50 

Preventive officers: D. Dearne.ss, §525; W. Farran, §525; W. H. Keltie, $900; R. J. 
McAdoo, §.525; J. J. Noble, §412.50 

Tide waiters, at §450 : F. C. Ablx)tt, R. Gierke, J. Cochran, T. Condon, J. Dixon, W. L. 
Dobbin, W. -V. Dougherty, J. Duffy, to Feb. 28, §4(X)., W. G. Haslam, from Feb. 1, 
§100, J. Jenkins, P. McCart, J. L. Mullaly, P. OBrien, G. Price, W. B. Robertson, J 
Rogerson, L. E. Tapley and W. M. Wallace; at §412.50, T. HefiFernan and C. W 
Thomp.son 

Temporary employees : J. L. Finloy, §4-50 : W. G. Ha.slam, to Jan. 31, §320.81; T. A. 
Linton, 13 d. ab., §321.77; A. McHugh, §375; R. A. McLaughlin, $375; J. McKehey, 
to March 22, less 3 d., $430 Go ; J. P. Owens, to Feb. 28, $333.28; J. R. Sugrue, from 
March 14, .$29.03 

Overtime service : F. C. Abbott ,$215 ; K. A. Barber, §287.60; R. Gierke, $227.25; J. 
Cochran, §.S2.50; D. Dearness, §117.75; J. Dixon, §06.25 ; W. L. Dobbin, $2.59.25; W. 
A. Dougherty, §186; W. Farren, $61.75; T. Finlay, §60; J. L. Finley, $141.25; W. 
G. Haslam, §231.25; T. Heffenian, $269.75 ; G. Jack.son, §107 ; G. Jenkins, §48.25; 
J. Jenkins, .$218 ; W. H. Keltie, .?30 ; T. A. Linton, §77; J. Lowry, §160; R. J. 
xMcAdofj, §233.. 50; P. McCait. §107.50; R. McCarthy, §123: P.. A. McLaughlin, 
8108.25; A. McHugh, §25.50; J. McKelvey, $139; G. F. Matthew, §1.57.20; M. 
Morris,sey, §143. .50; J. L. Mullaly, §118.75; D. Murphy, §138. .50; J. J. Noble, 
$122.25; C. Pigeon, §244; G. Price, §223.25; W. B. Robertson, §172.25; J. Rogerson, 
§225.25; T. O. San.iall, §70; L. E. Tapley, $285.20; C. W. Thompson, $120.25; W. 
M. Wallace, §194 

Cartage, $1,004.85 ; cleaning office, $10; ferry fares, $25; ink, $37.60; mucilage, $16; 
postage, $296; repairs to boat, $29.75; street cars, §40 ; telegrams, $20.48 ; telephone 
rent, $(i8.75; travel: A. T. Dunn, §46.45; L. E. Tapley, §10.50; washing toweli-, 
$11 . 73 ; petty expenses, $64.66 

Back Bay : W. S. McLean, preventive officer, $1.50 ; postage, $1.34 

Beaver Harbour : .S. McKay, preventive officer, $150 ; postage, §3 

Chance Harbour : D. Thompson, preventive officer 

Lepreau : J. E. Haggerty, preventive officer. $75 ; postage, §1 . 84 

Musquash : C. C. Clinch, sub-collector 

St. George: J. McKay, sub-collector, §450; coal, $12.70; office rent, $30; petty expenses, 
$8.31 



St. Martin's : G. R. McDonough, sub- collector, §300 ; i>etty expenses, $5.93 

Sussex: J. T. Kirk, sub-collector, §412. .50; expenses of S. Wilkins, relieving sub-collector, 
$28.90 ; postage, .§20.93 ; jjetty exjjenses, $4.01 



St. Stephen (salaries, $8,158.28 ; contingencies, $1,208.80). 

H. Graham, collect^jr, §1,200; D. T. Dwyer, surveyor, §637.50; W. H. Stevens, clerk and 
gauger, §(5.37.50; T. K. McCieachy, appraiser, §525: preventive officers: J. P. Bixby, 
to Feb. 28, §433.28 ; S. N. Hyslip, §450; J. Shaughnessy, $675; W. B. Hawthorne, from 
March 17, §22.58 

Overtime service : J. B. Bixby, §165.50; W. B. Hawthorne, §11.25; S. N. Hyslip, $3 ; T. 
K. McGeachy, §15 ; J. Shaughnessy, §15 ; W. H, Stevens, -$31 

Coal, §14 ; office rent, §1-50; postage, $51; telephone rent, §33 . 75 ; wood, §24 . 25 ; petty ex- 
penses, §5 . 60 

Camtxjbello: A. J. Clark, sub-collector, salary, §4.50; overtime, $2. .50; preventive officers: 
0. A. Brown, to Sept. 30, .§75; J. A. Newman, from Oct. 10, $142.74; coal, $27; office 
rent. §45 ; petty expenses, §13 

Grand Harlxjur : l). I. W. McLaughlin, preventive, officer, §;iOO ; office rent, $13.50; coal, 
.$16 61 ; stove, -§15 ; petty expenses, $4 . 25 

Lord's Cove: T. L. Trecarten, sub-collector, $3W ; coal, §15; office rent, $22.50 ; postage, 
§2,96 



Milltown ; H. McAdani, sub-collector, .salary, $.562.50; overtime, $21.75; H. S. Hitchings, 
preventive officer, $.375; office rent, §56.25 ; telephone rent, §15 ; petty expense-s, $11.80. 

North Head : C. Di.\on, dub-coUector, §375 ; coal, §27.20 ; office rent, .$22.50 ; [xjstage, $4.81; 
stove, $25 

St. Andrew's : W. Whitlock, subcollect<^)r, $600 ; T. Stinson, preventive officer, $375 ; coal, 
§40 . 75 ; office rent, .§105 ; jxjstage, §14 .75 ; petty expenses, $2 

Upper Mills : H. Hacker, preventive officer 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
24,180 60 

5,512 50 

7,087 50 

5,550 00 
2,887 50 

8, .525 00 
2,635 54 



5,797 00 



1,681 77 


151 34 


153 00 


150 (X) 


76 84 


300 00 


501 01 


305 93 



466 34 



4,580 86 


240 75 


278 60 


755 24 


349 36 


340 46 


1,042 30 


454 51 


1,137 50 
187 50 



75,028 95 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, 'Sevr Brunswick — Concluded. 



Brought f f)rward 

Woodstock (salaries, B5.100 ; contingencies, ^2,309.50; refunded, $171.60;. 

Collectors : F. H. J.-Dibbiee, to Aug. 31, .$200 ; W. Fisher, from Sept. 1, S700 ; preventive 

officers : J. A. Carpenter, $4.50 ; U. Hanson, $450 ; T. L. McCaffrey, $525 ; chairs, $15 ; 

postage, $30, petty expenses, $6 . 50 

Aroostook: W. E. Spike, sub-collector, salary, $450; overtime, $74.25; postage, $24.27 

Centreville : E. Harold, sub-collector, $300 ; postage, $14.75 . . . 

Clair ; M. Nadeau, sub- collector, salary, $375 ; overtime, $117 ; office rent, $75 ; postage, 

$19.36 ; living expenses, T. L. JNIcCaffrey, $2 

Debec : R. KirkpatricK, sub-collectoi, .S375 ; overtime, $157.50; po.stage, $14 

Edmundston : L. J. Cyr, sub-collector, salary, $450, overtime,"$21C ; W. L. Rice, preventive 

officer, $300 ; postage and P.O. box,.$13.20 ' 

Grand Falls : H. W. Taylor, sub-collector, $375 ; postage, $7 . 67 

Green River : J. Theriault, preventive officer, $300 ; ijostage, $5.50 

St. Hilaire : H. Cyr, sub-collector 

St. Leonard's : F. Violette, sub-collector, .$375 ; iwstage, $3 

Preventive officers at outports : J. B. Boiian, Bath, $225 ; R.W. Bull, Richmond Road, $411 ; 

T. R. Cameron, Andover, $150 : R. Tobin, Mouth St. Francis, $225 



Less — Refunds as below 

Total, New Brunswick 

Refunds. 

On account of overtime and extra services: McAdam, $212.50; St. John, $1,025.40; 

Woodstock, $1.50 

On account of services in bonded warehouses : Campbellton, $45 ; Chatham, $45 ; Moncton, 

$90 ; St. John, $727 ; Woodstock, $170 



Total refunds. 



Customs ; Salaries and Contingencies, Nova Scotia. 

Amherst (salaries, 'S3, 176. OS ; contingencies, $1,088.56 ; refunded, 845). 

B. W. Baker, collector, $975 ; C. E. Ratchford, appraiser, $675 ; preventive officers : R. 
Lusby, $4.50 ; L. J. Motfatt, .$487.50 ; postage, $45 ; telephone rent, $27 ; petty expenses, 



Northport : L. Burns, sub-collector, $75 ; postage, $2 

Oxford : L. Bent, sub-collector, .$225 ; postage, $4 

Pugwash : H. F. Elliott, sub-collector, $300 ; postage and P.O. box, $8.88 

River Hebert : A. W. Pugslev, sub-collector, 14 d. ab., $213.58 ; expenses of relieving officer, 

L. J. Moffatt, $12.70 ; postage, .$2 

Spring Hill : F. S. Heffernan, sub-collector, $450 ; postage and P.O. box, $10.60 

Tidnish, W. E. King, sub-collector 

Wallace : I. Drysd.ale, sub-collector, $187.50 ; postage, $5.14 



Annapolis (salaries, $1,800 ; contingencies, $218 .02 ; refunded, $45 ). 

E. McCormick, collector, $637.50; T. M. Buckler, preventive officer, $450; postage, $25.25; 

telephones, $15 . 55 ; glass jars, S2c 

Bridgetown : J. H. Hicks, sub-collector, $450 ; E. Messenger, preventive officer, $75 ; travel 

and living expenses, T. M. Buckler, $22.42 ; wood, $12 ; petty expenses, $15.51 

Clementsport : W. C. Jones, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $5.29 ; wood, $12.68 

Hampton, L. D. Brooks, preventive officer 

Port Wade : E. H. Porter, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, $4 



Antigonish (salaries, $975 ; contingencies, $96.61). 

A. Boyd, collector, $600 ; A. McDougall, preventive officer, $75 : telephone rent, .$15 ; petty 

expenses, .?4. 66 

Bayfield : C. L. Gass, sub-collector, $187.50 ; postage, 84c 

Harbour au Bouche : J. M. Crispo, sub-collector, $112.60 ; postage, $1 .11 

Malignant Cove, A. McDonald, sub-collector 



Arichat (salaries, $1,779.22; contingencies, $379.97). 

A. F. Boiidrot, collector, $600 ; C. J. Fuller, preventive officer, $300 ; petty expenses, $11,95 
Arichat West : C. P. Le Lacheur, preventive officer, $1.50 ; petty expenses, $1.40 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
75,028 95 



2,376 50 
548 52 
314 75 


588 36 
546 50 


979 20 
382 67 
305 50 
1.50 00 
378 00 


1,011 00 


82,609 95 
2,316 40 


80,293 55 


1,239 40 


1,077 DO 


2,310 40 



2,663 24 

77 00 
229 00 
308 88 


228 28 
460 60 
150 00 
192 64 



1,128 62 

574 93 

167 97 

75 00 

116 .50 



694 66 

188 34 

113 61 

75 00 



911 95 
151 40 

8,507 62 



CUfiTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-23 



Customs ; Salaries and Conttngencles, Nova %cot\vk.— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Arinhat, salaries, <tc. — Concluded. 



L' Ardoise : W. S. Brymer, sub-collector, .$150 ; postage, 82c 

Petit de Grat : P. T. Fougere, preventive officer, §112.50 ; postage, SI. 57 

Riviere Bourgeoise : W. S. Boyd, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, 75c. 

St. Peter's : C. M. Morrison, sub-collector, $300 ; postage, $5.20 

Preventive officers at outports : D. Clough, Lennox Ferry, $75 ; M. .Johnston, Red Islands, 
$75 ; A. McAskill, Fourchu, $75 ; J. A. Shaw, D'Escousse, $150 



Baddcck (salaries, '§1,057 .50 ; coniinffencics, -STTM.SIJ. 

J. A. Fraser, collector, $525 ; postage, $14 . 73 ; petty expenses, $6.2.") 

Aspey Bay, J. Maloney, sub-collector ...... 

Big Harbour, D. J. Morrison, boatman 

Great Bras d"Or, postage 

Ingonish, J. Shea, sub-collector 

Little Narrows, M. B. McRitehie, suli-colleetor 

Munroe's Point, C. ^IcCurdy, preventive officer, from Sept. 1 

Neil's Harbour, T. Williams, preventive officer 

New Campbellton : G. Livingston, sub-collector, .$157.50 ; boatmen; R. Bain, $75; R. Mc- 
Donald, $90 ; R. McLeod, from July IG, $70.94 ; office rent, .$37.50 ; oars, $2 

St. Ann's: D. McAuley, sub-collector, $112.50; A. McLeod, preventive officer, $180; petty 
expenses, $10 .69 



Barrington (salaries, $612.48 ; contingencies, $434.23), 

T. W. Robertson, collector, .$487.50; H. D. Trefry, tidewaiter, $75; office rent, $45; post- 
age, SIO. 16 

Clark's Harbour : sub-collectors: A. K. Smith, to Sept. 30, .$49.98; L. A, Smith, 6 m. to 
Feb. 28, .$99.90 ; J. W. Daley, from March 1, $16.66 ; office rent, $45 ; postage, $4.50 . . 

Port la Tour : B. R. Smith, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, $5.75 

Shag Harbour : preventive officers : S. \V. Kendrick, 128 d. to Aug. 31, 1906, $35.07 ; J. A. 
Nickerson, from Sept. 1, $58 .35 

Wood's Harbour : postage 



Canso (salaries, §2,040 ; contingencies, $691. 11 J. 

P. C. Cullen, collector, .$525; fuel, $16; office rent, $75: postage, $12.75; petty expenses, 
$4.50 



Guysborough : W. G. Scott, sub-collector, salary, $300; overtime, $13; postage, $4.35 .. . . 
Isaac's Harbour : .J. D. Giffin, sub-collector, $75 ; postage, .$2.30. ... 



Larry's River : W. A. Gerrior, preventive officer, $75 ; postage, 71c 

Liscombe : W. H. P.ye, sub-collector, $75 ; postage, 66c 

Port Mulgrave : M. J. Keating, sub-collector, salary, $337 . 50 ; overtime, $131.50; J.Mc- 
Nair, preventive officer, $45 ; coal, $16.25 ; office rent, $37.. 50 ; petty expenses, $7.41. . . 

Sherbrooke : J. R. Macdonald, sub-collector, .$225 ; postage, $2.99 

W^hite Haven : E. L. Munroe, preventive officer, .$300 ; postage, $1.21 

Preventive officers at out[K)rts : A. Steele, Boylston, $75 ; J. N. Milward, Country Harbour, 
$45; W. B. Hender.son, New Harbour, to Dec. 31, $49.98; S. M. Ferguson, Oyster Ponds, 
$45; J. McConnell, Port Hillfurd, $75; G. R. Smith, Queensport, $112.50; H. McCut- 
cheon, Sonora, $45 , 



Dighy (salaries, $1,320; contingencies, $504.71). 

3. M. Viets, collector, .$600; R. J. Thome, tide waiter, .$351 ; postage, $36.57 ; telephones, 

$37.45; wood, $8 

Bear River : G. T. Tupper, sub-collector, $345 ; telephones, $11. .50 ; petty expenses, .$8.30 . , 

Freeixjrt : A. F. Outhouse, sub-collector, $112 . .50 ; petty expenses, $1 . 92 . . . 

Sandy Cove : G. A. Morehouse, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, 86c , , . . 

Tiverton : E. Outhouse, preventive officer, $45 ; postage, 74c 

Westport : W. A. Pugh, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $3.37 

Glace Bay (salaries, $787.50 ; contingencies, $605.56). 

M. McKinnon, collector, $787.50; M. McAulay, preventive officer, $4.50; desk, $21; office 
rent, .$95.83 ; postage, .$20 ; petty expenses, $18.73 



Halifax (lalaries, $37,156.64; contingencies, $6,430.23; refunded, $2,467.90). 

A. S. Mitchell, collector, .$2,250 ; W. A. Garrison, surveyor, $1,125 ; H. S. Creighton, cashier, 
$787. 50; J. R. Power, landing waiter, $675; P. J. Howe, boatman, $450; T. Mansley, 
messenger, $412.50 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
8, .507 62 



150 82 
114 07 
150 75 
305 20 

375 GO 



545 98 

150 00 

75 00 

2 39 

112 50 

75 00 

58 31 

75 00 

432 94 

303 19 



617 66 

216 10 
118 25 

93 42 
1 28 



633 25 


317 35 


77 30 


75 71 


75 66 


575 16 


227 99 


301 21 



447 48 



1,033 02 
364 80 
114 42 
113 36 
45 74 
153 37 



1,393 06 



5,700 00 
24,129 36 



F-24 



AUDITOR GENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Cuettoius : Salaries and Contingencies^ Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Brou{?ht forw arc! 

Halifax, salaries, <fcc.^Concluded. 

Appraisers : R. N. Beckwith,"$975 ; D. Blackwood, $1,050 ; C. H. McNellen, assistant, $075 ; 

lockers : J. 0. Ash wood, to Feb. 28, S46(i.64 ; A. F. Caldwell, $450 ; A. Lovett, $502.50 ; 

preventive officers : W. Gieeson, $000 ; G. F. Hope, $450 ; W. McKerron, $750 ; gangers, 

E. J. Hiseler, .«00O ; A. Robertson, .$750; packers, &c.: L. M. Major, $412.50; M. J. 

Sheehan, $412. .50 

Clerks : J. O'Brien, chief, $n00 ; O. Pryor, $862.50 ; at $075, S. Crawford, H. B. Hagarty 

and F. C. Btimpson; A. Fenerty, .$037.50; at $000 : C. F. Hubley, M. E. Keating and 

G. Roche ; J. C. Davis, $50L>.5b ; W. F. Meynell, $450 

Examining officers : at .$525, J. H. Blakeley, N. Matheson and R. J. Saxton ; at $487.50, J. 

Burford, \V, E. Harrington, P. Heffernan, R. D. Kennedy, T. J. Mulcahy and A. R. 

Paul ; at $150, N. E. Hall. T. Lynch and R. W. Treinaine 

T:de waiters : D. Colq^uhoun, $437.50 : at $450, C. G. Brander, A. Briand, J. E. Campbell, 

R. Carlton, W. Clarke, A. P. A. Cooke, A. J. Crosby, D. J. Curran, J. J. Cnrran, J. P. 

Fitzpatrick, G. N. Freckelton, J. Godwin, A. Langenburg, J. A. Massey, C. J. 

Mulcahy, J. J. McDonald. J. B. Naylor, P. J. Power, T. S. Tobin and H. W. Trider ; 

H. J. Harris, $412.50 

Temporary employees: J. Connolly, $409.50; J. F. Edwards, $450; N. Hall, 7 d. ab., 

.$584.94 ; E. Heffier, ,$540 ; N. P. Leahy, $487.50 ; P. A. Reynolds, 24 d. ab., .$240 58 ; 

H. C. Rockwell, $270 ; S. Smith, $495 ; H. Walker, 5 d. ab., $399 ; J. W. Wallace, $502.50. 
Overtime .service: C. G. Brander, $67; A. F. Caldwell, $127.25; W. Clarke, $05.25; D. 

Colquhomi, $182; P. A, Cooke, .$58.25; A. J. Crosby, $1 ; D. J. Curran, $1:'.; J. J. 

Curran, $102.75; A. Fenerty, $79.85; G. Freckelton, ,$32; .T. P. Fitzpatrick, ,$9.75; W. 

Gieeson, ,$229.20; .T. Godwin, -$87.75; E. Hall, ,$88; N. Hall, $260.80; P. W. Heflter- 

man, $116.25; R. D. Kennedy, ,$4.2?; A. Lovett, ,$121.75; J. A. Massey, $77; V.'. 

McKerron, $275.20 ; J. J. McDonald, ,$76 ; C. J. Mulcahy, ,$04.75 ; A. R. Paul, $114 : 

J. R. Power, $1.53.20; P. .J. Power, .$2; R. J. Saxton, $33 50; T. S. Tobin, $125.25; 

R. W. Tremaine, $211 ; H. Walker, $43 

Cartage: D. McDonald, ,$161; J. M. McGrath & Co., $181.74; cleaning office, $30.60; 

corks, .$10 52; express, $10 28; horse-hire, G. F. Hope, $180; ice, $30; ink, .$08.40; 

mucilage, $18 ; postage ,$255 ; rent of 3 telephones, $93.75 ; repairs to stamps and number- 
ing machines, $17.60; T. Evans, night-watchman, $18; telegrams, $17.19; washing 

tow els, ,$78 . 95 ; petty expenses, -$83 .08 

Ingram Docks : J. Gibbons, preventive officer, $45 ; postage. $4.50 

Port Dutferin : E. H. lialcam, sub-collector, $45 ; postage, $4.50 

Sheet Harbour : T. H. Hall, sub-collector, $150 ; office rent, .$37.50 ; postage, $4.50 

Preventive officers at outports : D.T.Leslie, Spry Bay, $45; F. J. Logan, Musquodoboit 

Harbour, $75 ; P. W. Maskell, Jeddore, $75; J. T. McLaren, We.st Chezzetcook, $75 ; 

R. Smith, Ship Harboui-, $45 ; T. Smith, East Chezzetcook, $75 



KentviUe (salaries. 



2.50 ; contingencies, ^344-^^)- 



F" C. Ranrl, collector, ,$000 ; postage, $22.25 ; telephone rent, $18.75 ; petty expenses, $5.83.. 

Aylesford : J. C. West, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $7.50 ; wood, ,$22 

Berwick : C. H. Norwood, sub-collector, $225 ; postage, ,$9 ; wood, $24 

Canning : J. E. Bigelow, sub-collector, .$375 ; coal, $21 ; postage, $0.18 

Hall's Harbour : M. A. Porter, preventive officer 

Harbourville : D. B Parker, preventive officer, $45 ; postage, 76c 

Kingsport : E. C. Borden, sub-collector 

Mofden : C. H. Ritchie, preventive Officer 

Port Williams : ,T. R. Starr, sub-collector, -$225 ; coal, $19.50 ; postage, $4.50 

Wolfville : C. R. Bill, sub-collector, $300 ; coal, $16.50 ; postage, $14 ; petty expenses, $24.95. 

Liverpool (salaries, $975 ; contingencies, $6^6.39). 

Collectors : J. H. Dunlop, to .July 31, $75 ; S. T. Kempton, from July 24, $019.35 ; landing 

waiter, N. P. Fre>-man, $450 ; petty expenses, $8 67 

Port Medway : E. E. Letson, sub-collector 

Port Mouton : J. E. Payzant, preventive officer, from April, 20 



Lockeporl (salaries, §4^0 ; contingencies, $60.94). 

J. R. Ruggles, collector, $450 ; office rent, $45 ; postage, $12.75 ; petty expenses, $3.19 

Lunenburg (salaries, ^2,020.83 ; contingencies, S1,017.S9; refunded, $3G0). 

A. B. Coldwell, collector, $0.37.50; J. A. Anderson, preventive officer, $450 ; W. G. Myra, 
tidewaiter, ,$337.50 ; postage, .$33.. 55 ; petty expenses, .$23.03. 

Bridgewater : N. C. Owen, sub-collector, .$445.83; E. >J. Manning, preventive officer, 
$112.50 ; office iieating, $20 ; office rent, -$52.50 ; postage, $13.50 ; telephone rent, $15 ; 
telephone tolls, .$11.10 ; petty expense-*, $13.03 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
24,129 36 



8,154 14 
7,2.37 50 
5,850 00 

9,900 00 
4,445 02 



2,827 00 



1,260 11 

49 .50 

49 50 

192 00 



390 00 



040 83 

179 50 

2.58 00 

402 18 

45 00 

45 76 

187 50 

37 50 

249 00 

355 45 



1,153 02 

375 00 

93 37 



510 94 



1,481 


58 


684 


00 


71,188 82 



Cf/*T0.1/»S' DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-25 



Customs; Salaries and Contingencies, Nova Scotia — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Luiicnbury, salaries, <i:c. — Concluded. 

Chester: L. A. Barry, sub-collector, $112.50; G. H. Mills, preventive officer, .§75; postage, 
§9.95 

La Ha\e : H. N. Reinhardt, sub-collector, ?300 ; po.stage, .$G.6(i ; wood, $11. -10 

Mahone Bay : A. F. Zwicker, sub-collector, $225 ; office rent, $3(5 ; postage, $6.43 

Upper LaHave : R. J. Jenkins, preventive officer, to Feb. 28, $GG.G4 ; balance of payment 
for boat, $8 50 . 

Preventive officers at outports : S. Fait, Petite Riviere, $75 ; S. Ritcej', Riverport, $150 ; 
J. S. Vogler, Vogler's Cove, $75 ; J. Weagle, West Dublin, $75 



Middlcton (salaries, $900: contingencies, $140). 

office rent, $45 : postage, $12 ; telephone 



L. P. Shaffner, collector, ,$450 ; office heating, $10 ; 

rent, $12 ; petty expenses, $4.75 

S. Harris, sub-collector, Margarets ville, $300; C. .A. Elliott, sub-collector. Port George, 

$150; A. Grant, preventive officer. Port Lome, $50.25, 



New Glasgow (salaries, $2,025 ; contingencies, $30.64; refunded, $45). 

J. F. McDonald, collector, $825 ; S. T. McCurdy, appraiser, $712.50 ; G. Sutherland, tide 
waiter, $375; D. McGregor, sub-collector, Merigonish, .$112.50; meals at Westville, S. 
McCurdy, $20 ; postage, $23.14 ; telephone rent, $22.-50 ; petty expenses, $4 

North Sydney (salaries, $2,570 86 ; contingencies, $1,055.91 ; refunded, $152.50). 

J. McPherson, collector, $900 ; preventive officers : A. F. Gannon, $600 ; D. G. McDonald, 

to Feb. 28, $460.64 ; M. J. Phoran, $450 ; J. J. McDonald, boatman, $375 

Overtime service : A. F. Gannon, $27.50 ; J. J. McDonald, .$180.50; J. McPherson, $115. . . 
Chairs, 4, $17 ; tables, 2, $25 ; postage, $30 ; telephone rent, $22.50 ; petty expenses, $15.15.. 
(Jrand Narrows : J. A. IVIcNeil, sub-collector and preventive officer, $187.50; postage, $1 . . . 

Little Bras d'Or : J. Day, preventive officer 

Millville : M. McKenzie, preventive officer 

Sydney Mines: D. McDonald, sub-collector, from March 1, $58.36; petty expenses, $8.12.. 

Parrsboro' (salaries, $1,012.50; contingencies, $201.40). 

E. Gillespie, collector, $525; O. L. Price, preventive officer. West Bay, $112.50; office rent, 
$60 ; postage, $18 ; petty expenses, $10.90 

Sub-collectors : T. K. Bentley, Port Greville, $150; H. Corbett, Five Islands, $112.50 ; W. 
Moore, Advocate Harbour, $112.50 ; H. H. Mosher, Apple River $112.50 



Pictou (salaries, $3,004.22; contingencies, $362.64). 



R 



P. Fraser, collector, $900 ; G. E. Johnston, chief clerk, $675 ; e.vamining officers : R. A. 
Dawson, salary, $450, overtime, $61.25 ; D. Patterson, salary, $4.50 ; overtime, §4.50 ; A. 
McDonald, preventive offiicer, $112. .50; postage, $15; telephone rent, .$15; petty 
expenses, .$4 . 50 

Boule : J. Dunn, preventive officer 

River John : J. R. Henry, sub-collector, $150 ; petty expenses, $4 05 

Tatamagouche : J. Ramsay, sub-collector 

Port Haivkcsbury (salaries, $862.50 ; contingencies, $705.93). 

J. J. Hennesey, collector, salary, $450 ; overtime, $27.75 ; A. D. McDonald, preventive officer, 

salary, $150 ; overtime, $14 

Coal, $23.80 ; office rent, $45 ; postage, $14.90 ; petty expenses, $27.01 

Basin of River Inhabitants : D. McNamara, preventive officer, .$75 ; postage, 75c 

Marble Mountain : D. McDonald, preventive officer, $75 ; postage, .$3 

Orangedale : D. Martin, preventive officer, .$75 ; postage, -$2.25 

Port Ha.>-:tings : H . A. Forbes, sub-collector, $202.50 ; coal, $12 ; petty expenses, -$4.95 

Port Malcolm : R. G. Proctor, preventive officer, $75; postage, 75c 

West Bay : J. McPhie, preventive officer, $75 ; postage, $2.80. 

Whycocomagh : D. Cannichael, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $1 .97 



Port Hood (salaries, $962.50 ; contingencies, $106.22). 

E. D. Tremain, collector, $375 ; horse-hire, $27; postage, $15; telegrams, $2.91. 

Cheticamp : C. E. AuCoin, sub-collector, $150 ; petty expenses, $5.G8 

Inverness : J. H. Ladd, sub-collector 

Mabou : T. B. McQuarrie, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, $1.53 

Margaree : F. McRae, sub-collector, $1.50 ; postage, $3.80 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
71,188 82 



197 45 
318 06 
267 43 

75 14 

375 00 



533 75 
506 25 



2,100 04 



2,791 64 
323 00 
109 65 
188 50 
187 50 
112 50 
66 48 



726 40 

487 50 



2,987 81 

75 00 

1.54 05 

150 00 



041 75 


110 71 


75 75 


78 00 


77 25 


279 45 


75 7.) 


77 80 


151 97 


419 01 


155 68 


225 30 


114 03 


153 80 



86,559 72 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Shelbumc (salaries, $712.50; contingencies, -^36. 56; refunded, Slo). 

W. W. Atwood, collector, $375; J. A. R. Morrison, preventive officer, Sand Point, $112.50; 

office rent, §30 ; wood, $10.50 ; petty expenses, $7.02 

Jordan Bay : E. L. Martin, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, 53c. . 

North East Harbour : G. B. Swaine, preventive officer, $112.50 ; petty expenses, $3.51 

Sydney (salaries, $4,087 .50 ; contingencies, $1,222.01; refunded, $274-75). 

R. McDonald, collector, $975 ; P. C. Campbell, appraiser, $712.50 ; exainining officers : E. 
McPiierson, salary, $525, overtime, $27.25; J. A. Richardson, $412.50; preventive 
officers: A. Bated, salarv, $300, overtime, $93.25 ; J. Burke, $187.50 ; W.Fitzgerald, 
$375 ; J. McVarish, salary, $375, oveitime, $30.75 ; -T. McKenzie, copyist, $270 

Cleaning office, $21 : postage, $40 ; telephone rent, $30 ; petty expenses, $10.90 

Louisburg: P. J. Wilcox, sub-collector, salary, $412.50, overtime, $27.50; boat-house, $23; 
office rent, $37.50; petty expenses, $20.11. 

Port Morien : J. Orr, sub-collector, $187.50 ; postage, $3 

J. Ratchford, j^reventive officer, Victoria Mines, $225 ; R. McLean, sub-collector, Gabarouse, 
$150 ; R. McDougall, sub-collector, Main-j^-Dieu, $112.50 

Truro (salaries, $2,531.25 ; contingencies, $70.15). 

G. P. Nelson, collector, $900 ; J. C. Creelman, clerk, $487.50 ; G. A. Layton, preventive 
officer, $450; J. Ellis, sub-collector, Economy, $150; postage, $30; telephone rent, 
$18.75; petty expenses, $13.70 

Bass River : G. Lewis, preventive officer, $168.75 ; petty expenses, $1.79 

Londonderry : J. A. Blaikie, sub-collector, $375 ; postage, $5 . 91 



Weymouth (salaries, $1,170.82 ; contingencies, $891.01). 

Collectors: N. B. Jones, 4 m., $233.32 ; A. H. Brooks, from Nov. 7, $279.98; preventive 
officer, F. Jones, $.300; travel and living expenses of acting-collector C. F. Hubley, 
$97.15 ; office rent, $90; petty expenses, $24.85 

Barton: sub-collectors, Mrs. L. Bingay, 11 m. to July 1, 1905, $68.75; F. W. Hutchinson, 
$187.50 ; preventive officer, J. McKay, $112.50 ; petty expenses, $18.55 

Belli veau's Cove : E. E. Theriault, sub-collector, $225 ; postage, $1 .37 

Church Point : I. H. LeBlanc, sub-collector, $187.50 ; postage, $5.75 

Meteghan : E. U. Doucet, sub-collector, $225 ; postage, $4 . 61 



Windsor ( salaries, $1,629.22 ; contingencies, $430.70). 



W. O'Brien, collector, $900 ; S. A. O'Brien, preventive officer, $45 ; postage, $52 ; telephone 

rent, $22 . 50 ; petty expenses, $4 . 85 

Cheverie : J. M. Armstrong, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $2 ... 

Hantsport : J. W. Lawrence, sub-collector, $225 ; petty expenses, $16.64 

Maitland : W. Currie, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $1 .73 

Noel : postage 

St. Croix : A. H. Spence, prt^ventive officer 

Walton : H. Woolaver, sub-collector, $112.50 ; postage, $1.92 

Yarmouth (salaries, $4,375; contingencies, $1,658.47 ; refunded, $180). 

S. Harding, collector, $900 ; clerks : W. R. Cann, $525, W. McGill, $750 ; W. L. Campbell, ap- 
praiser, .S750 ; T. L. Bown, special officer, .$637.50: M. Co.aldwell, ganger, $487.50; 
landing waiters : O. S. Davison, $450, A. Robbins, $4.50 

Overtime service : W. R. Cann, $32.50 ; T. L. Bown, $35.50 ; M. Coaldwell, $37.50 ; O. S. 
Davison, .$40.50 ; A. Robbins, $38 

Postage, $78 . 80 ; repairs to furniture, $75 ; telephone rent, $14 . 66 ; desk, $20 ; petty ex- 
penses, $23 .81 

Port Maitland : C. H. Curry, preventive officer to Feb. 28. . . . 

Pubnico : W. H. Arairo, sub-collector, $187.50; J. A. D'Entremont, preventive officer, 
$112.50; office rent, $37.50; postage, $5.14 

Salmon River : H. C. Perry, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $1 . 44 

Tusket : A. S. Lent, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $4 .65 

Tusket Wedge : V. Richard, sub-collector, $150 ; postage, $1 .83 



Less— Refunds as below. 



Total, Nova Scotia 102,259 51 



$ cts. 
86,559 72 



535 02 
113 03 
116 01 



4,283 75 
101 90 

520 61 
190.50 

487 50 



2,049 95 
170 54 
380 91 



1,025 30 

387 30 
226 37 
193 25 
229 61 



1,024 .35 
152 00 
241 64 
151 73 
78 
375 00 
114 42 



4,950 00 

184 00 

212 27 
66 64 

342 64 
151 44 
154 65 
151 83 



105,814 66 
3, 5. So 15 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-27 



Customs ; Salaries and Contingencies, Nova Scotia — Concluded. 

Refunds. 

On account of overtime and extra service : Halifax, $589.05 ; North Sydney, $17.50; Sydney 
$4.75 

Qn account of services in bonded warehouses : Amherst, $45 ; Annajx)lis, $45 ; Halifax 
$1,878.25 ; Lunenburg, $3C0 ; New Glasgow, $45 ; North Sydney, $135; Shelburne, $15 
Sydney, $270 ; Yarmouth, $180 

Total refunds 

Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Prince Edward Island, 

Charlotictotcn (salaries, ■$10,019.60; contingencies, $2,102.13 ; refunded, $58.75). 



R. Hogg, appraiser, $750; 
50; J. Macdonald, land 



W. B. Robnrtson, collector, .$1,275 ; G. Bremner, surveyor, $900 
A. D. MacLeod, cashier, $712 50; J. D. Lawson, gauger, 
ing waiter, $525 

Preventive officers : J. Caven, $375 ; J. F. Curtis, $525 ; T. E. Flynn, $450 ; J. McLean, 
$412. .50 ; E. deB. Peake, .?5G2.50; A. Sullivan, $412.50; clerks: E. White, chief, $750; 
M. J. Moren, $502.50 ; watchman, E. Cameron, $94.50 

Overtime service : G. Bren.ii.T, $8.80; T. E. Flynn, $39. .50; J. McDonald, $44.50; M. J. 
Moren, $2 ; E. deB. Peake, $6.75; A. Sullivan, $52.25 ; E. White, .$7. 

Cartage, $19.25 ; cleaning office, .$99 ; postage, $30; postal delivery, $30 ; office rent, $225 ; 
telephone rent, .$26.83; travel, W. B. Robertson, $17.60; petty expenses, $62.52 

Cardigan: J. McCormick, sub-collector, $150; E.Lewis, relieving, $24.99; G. Bremner, 
board and travel, $12.24 ; postage, $3.61 

Georgetown : C. Owen, sub-collector, salary, .$525; overtime, $5.25; board, &c., A. Sulli- 
van, $65 . 71 ; postage, .$3 

Souris : sub-collectors : G. B. McEachren, to July 31, $45.83; A. Currie, $412.50; preven 
tive officer, S. P. Campbell, $1.50 ; coal, $20.62; horse-hire, &c., A. Currie, $18 . 75 ; oflfice 
rent, $37.50 ; stove, $15 ; petty expenses, -$29.81. . . 

Sub-collectors at outports : H. J. Brehant, Murray Harbour, $112.50; T. J. Furness, 
Vernon River, $56.25; R. McDonald, Crapaud, $187.50; E. McEwen, New London, 
$75 ; P. McMillan, Grand River, $90 ; S. Mutch, Montague, $225 ; C. Waye, St. Peter's, 
$90. 

Preventive officers at outports : J. S. Houston, Rustic©, $75 : N. Larabee, Halliday's Wharf, 
$37.50 ; A. J. Mclnnis, Murray River, $112.50 ; J. F. Morrissey, Orwell, $.37.50 

Postage at outports : Ciapaud, $1.61 ; Grand River, 90c. ; Montague, .$2 . 52 ; Murray Har- 
bour, .$2.70; Murr.ay River, $1.90; New London, $1 ; Orwell, .37c.; Rustico, 73c.; St. 
Peter's, $1.75 ; Vernon River, $2.94 



Summerside (salaries, 91,987.50 ; contingencies, 9798.49 ; refunded, 915 J. 

H. M. Bakei', landing waiter, 



B. D. McLellan, collector, $750 ; C. Murphy, clerk, 

$375 ; postage, $13.09 ; petty expenses, $6.32 

Alberton : J. F. White, sub-collector, $300 ; postage, $4.50 

Egmont Bay : preventive officers: S. H. Arsenault, to Nov. 30, 

Feb. 1, $8.33 

Malpeque: J. M. McGougan, sub-collector, $112.50; postage, $1.25. 

Miminegash : J. T. Reid, preventive officer, $75 ; postage, $4.24 

Port Hill : W. J. Montgomery, sub-collector, $187.50; postage, $2.21 

Tignish : A. J. Gaudet, sub-collector, $337.50 ; postage, $2.75 



.80; J. M. Arsenault, from 



Less — Refunds on account of services in bonded warehouses : Charlottetown, 
$53.75 ; Summerside, $15 



Total, P. E. Island . 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Manitoba. 

Brandon (salaries, $3,537.50 ; contingencies, $3,862.83 ; refunded, $135). 

H. C. Graham, collector, $1,275; clerks: C. Purdon, to Aug. 31, $108.32; J. G. Gibson, 
from Sept. 10, $335 ; J. Sproule, $675 ; landing waiters : E. A. Harding, $637.50 ; T. M. 
Morgan, from Sept. 10, $446.66; I. Davidson, assistant, 46 d. to March 31, at $1.50; 
postage, .$38 .50 ; telephone rent, $26.25 ; petty expenses, $19.91 

Bannerman : P. Scott, sub-collector, $562.50; clock, $10 ; office furniture, $44.75 ; travel, 
H. H. Wright, $21.90 ; petty expenses, .$20.54 . 

Carberry : sub-col^ctors : W. Hope, 4 m., $200 ; W. Tennant, 2 m., $100 ; E. Morton, 3 m. 
to March 3), $150 ; cartage, $17. 25 ; office heating, $19.50 ; office rent, .$90 ; postage and 
P.O. box, $14 ; po.stal transfer, $21 .75 

Can ied forward 



$ cts. 

611 90 
2,973 25 



3.585 15 



4,725 00 

4,144 50 
160 80 
510 20 
190 84 
598 96 

730 01 

836 25 
262 50 

16 42 



1,744 41 


304 50 


29 13 


113 75 


79 24 


189 71 


340 25 


14,976 47 


68 75 


14,907 72 



3,631 14 
659 69 

612 50 
4,9(3 33 



r-28 



AUDITOR OENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



CoMtoms : Salaries and Contingencies, ITIanltoba — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Brandon salaries, <fec.— Concluded. 

Deloraine : T. B. Perry, sub-collector, $450 ; postage, $18 ; petty expenses, .$8.45 

Killarney : W. J. Schnarr, sub-oollector, $562.50; coal, $31.05; office rent, $90 ; postage, 

$17 ; petty expenses, .$7.70 ... 

Melita : A. M. Reekie, sub-collector, -$525 ; bank charges, $16.16 ; coal, .$15.35 ; office rent, 

.$90 ; postage and P.O. box, $13.17 

Rapid City : commission on collections 

Virden : J. D. McNiven, sub-collector, $525 ; D. A. McNiven, relieving, 21 d, from July 7, 

at .$2 ; coal, $43.75; commission on collections at Oak Lake, $10.72; bank charges, 

$28.30 ; office rent, $67.50 ; postage, -SIS ; telephone rent, $10 ; petty expenses, $21.70. . . 

Emerson (salaries, $2,512.50 ; contingencies, B2,3G2.52 ; refunded, ■S44^.'^5). 

Collectors : L. G. Gagnon, 1 m., $100 ; W. Conolly, 8 ni., $800 ; preventive officers : G. G. 

Allen. $562 50 ; V. G. Vanwhort, .$525 ; H. H. Wright, $525 ; examining officers : 

J. G. Hamilton, $525 ; J. P. Sherbino, $525 

Overtime service : G. G. Allen, J. G. Hamilton, J. F. Sherbino, V. G. Vanwhort and H. H. 

Wright, each $247.50 

Board and lodging : W. Conolly, .$40 ; cleaning office, $10 ; coal, $80.17 ; office rent, $225 ; 

postage, .$95 ; telephone rent, $34 . 70 ; petty expenses, $37 .90 



Portage la Prairie f salaries, '$2,025 ; contingencies, $1,499.65; refunded, $90). 

J. A. Marshall, collector, $900 ; G. W. Bourne, examining officer, .$600 ; D. H. Dreweatt, 
asst. preventive officer, $450; cleaning office, $42; postage, $55.50; telephone rent, 
$22.50; petty expen.ses, $23.93 

Neepawa : R. D. Young, sub-collector, $525 ; A. J. Bell, sub-collector, 21 d. in July, $39.51; 
cartage, $27 ; office rent, $90 ; postage, $13. 6S ; wood, $15.75 

Yorkton: C. Macleay, sub-collector, $533.33; office rent, .$135; postage, $25.75; wood, 
$21 . 40 ; petty expenses, $21 .05 

Postmaster's commission on collections: Birtle, $17.40; Gladstone, $9.85; Lloydminster, 
$5.11 ; Minnedosa, $19.77 ; Neepawa, $20.40 



Winnipeg (salaries, $26,516.58 ; contingencies. 



'■; refunded, $1,544 -^5 J. 



T. Scott, collector, $.3,000 ; H. M. Sutherland, surveyor, $1,200; F. J. Allan, cashier, $1,125 ; 
W. H. Thompson, chief clerk, $1,125 ; R. Sutton, landing waiter, $750 

Appraisers: T. Bennie, $1,125; A. M. Cameron, $1,125; D. M. Telford, $1,125; F. A. 
Sinclair, assistant, to Feb. 28, $733. 28 

Examining officers : H. D. Bannatyne, $637.50 ; N. Bergeron, $675; W. C. Griffith, .$675; 
G. McNab, $675; ]). J. Scott, $712.. 50 ; from Oct. 1: J. A. Cameron, $475; B. L. 
Corrigan, $375 ; 0. H. Davies, $450 ; J. K. McMillan, $450 ; W. Murdock, $475 ; F. W. 
Stevens, $475 

Preventive officers : W. J. Cooper, $712.50 ; W. Conolly, to July 31, $83.33 ; R. F. Eadie, 
$900 ; J. Freeman, $637.50 ; L. G. Gagnon, from Aug. 1, $800 ; A. C. McCall, $712.50 ; 
J. OT.)onahue, .$675 ; W. Simpson, $712.50; O. A. Sutherland, from Jan. 1, $262.50; G. 
R. Williams, $562.50 

TeniiKjrary employees : F. Austin, $562,50 ; G. Bailey, from Oct. 17, -$365.59 ; E. Banning. 
7 d. ab., $694.54 ; H. Barr, from July 23, $518.14 ; H. E. Bell, $600 ; E. Brown, 24 d. 
ab., .S582.67 ; G. Buchanan, .$833.32; J. A. Cameron, to Sept. 30, $237.48; A. E. Camp- 
bell, .$712.50 ; E. Campbell, from Nov. 13, $161.90 ; H. Campbell, from Jan. 1, $174.09; 
B. L. Corrigan, to Sept. 30, $187-50 ; C. A. Creery, from Oct. 3, $395.70 ; W. Cumm- 
ings, $637.50 ; O. H. Davies, to Sept. 30, $225 ; W. J. Gault, $741 67 ; A. B. Gingras, 
6 d. ab., $623.79 ; T. Glenwright, from July 16, $567.74 ; J. J. Goodman, to Dec. 31, 
le.«s2Kd., $.363.75; J. R. Grant, .?637.50; J. J. Hughes, $637.50; J. Jacobsen, $675; 
W. A. Jamiesoii, to Oct. 31, $300 ; C. H. Jefferys, to March 23, $655.65 ; A. M. Ken- 
nedy, $675 ; D. D. Kennedy, .$600 ; A. E. Kenner, $675 ; P. G. McArthur, from July 
16, .$567.74 ; M. McLennan, $600; J. K. McMillan, to Sept. 30, $225 ; F. B. MacDonald, 




Telford, .>*«37.50; E. Welte, from Oct. 16, less 30 d., $303.23; J. White, $637.50; J. 

Wilkie, frAi Feb. 16, $103.72 ; J. T. Wren, $712.50 

Overtime service: F. Austin, $56.50; G. Bailey, .$21.25; J. A. Cameron, $110.50: W. 
Conolly, $9 ; B. L. Corrigan, $2 ; O. H. Davies, $66.75 ; W. J. Gault, $202 ; T. F. Glen- 
wright, $168: J. R. Grant, $171; J. J. Hughes, .$91.75; J. Jacobsen, $114; A. E. 
Kenner, .$2; F. B. MacDonald, $80; M. McLennan, .$105.50; J. K. McMillan, $43.75; 
G. McNab, .$2; W. Murdock, $264.75; W. J. Nelson, $240.50; D. Scott, $270; W. 
Simpson, $122.75 ; R. S. Stark, $2 ; J. Wilkie, $17 50 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
4,903 33 

476 45 

711 25 

659 68 
17 05 

700 97 



3,562 50 

1,237 50 

522 77 



2,093 99 

710 94 

737 13 

72 59 

7,200 00 
4,108 28 

6,075 00 

6,058 33 



25,888 35 



2,169 50 
67,972 21 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F—W 



(iistoiu»t: Salaries and Contingencies, Manitoba— Concluded. 



Brous'ht forward 



Wtnnipey salaries, dec. — Concluded. 

Cartage, J. Hall, $2,842 ; chairs, $G9 ; cleaning office, $198 ; desk, $20 ; express, $43.80 ; ink, 

$77.20; L. G. Gagnon, removal e.xpenses, Emerson to Winnipeg, $105.45 ; mucilage, 

$l!).80; nail pullers, $13; A. Svitherland, removal expen.ses, Ottawa to Winnipeg, $60 ; 

postage, $399.1)!!; rebinding buoks, $22 . 05 ; street cars, $240 ; telephone rent, $23.49; 

petty expenses, $90 .95 

Crystal City : E. M. Kerr, sub-collector, $412.50 ; postage, $15 ; petty expenses, $9.92 ... 
Gretna : T." J. Mather, sub-colleotor, .salary, $675, overtime, $180, living expenses, $9.70 ; 

preventive otlicers : M. H. Salzwedel, salary, $525, overtime, $180; G. Coblentz, fronr, 

Aug. 16, salary, $438.43, overtime, $143.50, living expenses, $18; bank charges, $25.15 ; 

cabinet, $.i8 ; cleaning office, $12 ; hor.se-hire, $15 ; postage, $21 50 ; repairs to desk, $15 ; 

telei)hone rent, $22.50 ; washstands, 2, $10 ; petty expenses, $23.44 

Moosp Factory : G. MeKenzie, sub collector, to Sept. 30 

Morden : J. T. Pound, sub- collector, $450 ; office rent, $72 ; jwstage, $12 

Mowbray : J. Conner, sub-collector, salary, $XuO, overtime, $7>> ; petty expenses, $4.48 

SelkirK : G. Wood, sub-collector, $412.50 ; office rent, $54 ; petty expenses, $11 

Sprague : W. Mills, sub-collector, salary, $(iOO, overtime, $232 ; R. G. Mills, temporary 

officer, 234 d. at $1 .50 ; overtime, $239 ; cleaning office, $9 ; postage. $15 

Commission to postmaster!': Lloydminster, $3.82; Manitou, $2.59; Pilot Mound, $5.35; 

Stonewall, $5.54 



Less— Refunds as below. 



Total, Manitoba. 



Refunds. 

On account of overtime and extra service : Emerson, $447.75 ; Winnipeg, $794.25. 

On account of services in bonded warehouses : Brandon, $135 ; Portage la Prairie, $90 
Winnipeg, $750 



Total refunds. 



Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Alberta. 

Calgary (salaries, $2,^75 ; contingencies, ^2,599.17 ; refunded, -3270). 

A. Allan, collector, $1,275; C. A. Blick, examining officer, $675; temporary officers : P. G. 
Close, from Aug. 13, $507.52; J. S. Hornbrook, $712.50; C. J. I^)uleau, from Sept. 4, 
$460 ; A. A. Podock, from Jan. 16, $167.75 

Cartpge, M. (iainor, $ti3 ; cleaning office, $90; J. H. Methot, livmg expenses, $76.25; post- 
age, .$100.02; P. G. Close, special service, 4 d. in July ac $2.50; exjjress, $34.50; tele- 
grams, $19.72 ; advertising sale, $11.20 ; shelving, $18.60 ; travel, J. H. Methot, $15.75 ; 
petty expenses, -$39 .80 

Banff: F.J. Boswell, baggage examiner, to Oct. 31, $280; postmaster's commission on 
collections, $17.38; P. O. box, $1.50 .. 

Canmore : postmaster's commiss on on collections 

Medicine Hat : E. J. R. Walton, sub-collector, $600; gas, $15.20; office rent, $135; petty 
expenses, $13 .15 



Edmonton (salaries, $1,425 ; contingencies, $2,802. 57 ; refunded, S145). 

F.A.Osborne, collector, $1,050; clerks and landing waiters : M. Mclntyre, $375; L O. 
Lamoieuv, from Sept. 12, $442.22; preventive officers: D. Dyer, $600; J. F. Forbes, 
4d. in Dec. at $3; J. E. Lee, from Dec. 14, $230.10; J. MacKenzie, $600; G. H. 
Wliaiton, janitor and mes.senger, $315 

Cabinet, $22 50; cartage, $48.70;C. C. McNeill, living expenses, .$93; travel, $41.20; chairs, 
$18; coal, $1S2.6"> ; desk, $o6 ; filj case, $25 ; office rent, $360 ; peerage, $40 ; shelving, 
.$25 ; table, $15 ; window shades, $18 ; petty expenses, $34.71 ; total, .$959.76 ; less $211.51, 
paid by Dept. of Inland Revenue 



Lc'Mridijc (salaries, $2,691.66 ; contingencies, $5,092.30 ; refunded, $23.25). 

J. Kenny, collector, $1,0.50 ; W. B. Burnett, landing waiter, $600 ; examining officers, D. S. 

McCaig, abs. Aug. 3 to Nov. 1, $4.57.26 ; J. A. Reid, 2*f m. to Oct. 31, $217.74 

Cartage, $19 ; po.stage, $75.50 ; telegrams, $12.53 ; petty expen.^es, $14 .60 

Cardston: F. D. Shaw, sub-collector, $675 ; coal, $44 ; office rent, $1U8 ; petty expenses, 

$22.92 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
67,972 21 



4,230 73 
437 42 



2,352 22 

50 00 

534 00 

3.S2 48 

477 50 

1,446 00 

17 30 



77,899 86 
2,217 00 

75,682 86 

1,242 00 

975 00 

2,217 00 



3,797 77 



478 84 

298 88 
5 33 

763 35 



3,624 32 



748 25 



2,325 00 
121 63 



849 92 
13,013 29 



F-30 



AUDITOR GENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Castoms : Salaries and Contingencies, Alberta — Conaluded. 



Brought forward. 



Lethbridge. salaries, dbe. — Concluded. 

Coutts: H. Tennant, sub-collector, $675; G. Tennant, acting sub-collector, from July 7, 
salary, $660.48 ; overtime, $55.2.5; J. A. Reid, preventive officer, to July 7, salary, 
$15.05, overtime, $1 ; living expenses, $7.81 ; petty expenses, $13 

Kootenay Pass: commission on collections, $7 ; postage, $2. . 

Macleod: T. Higgins, sub-collector, .$599.94; E.Gardiner, clerk, $405; cartage, $31.50; 
postage, $16 ; telephone rent, $27 

Maple Creek: J. J. English, sub-collector, $375 ; rent, fuel and light, $135 

Pendant d'Oreille: F. Sexton, commission on collections, $675 ; travel etc. , $20 . 60 ; cartage, 
$10 ; postage, $5 

Pincher Creek: commission on collections 

Twin Lakes : commission on collections, A. R. Douglas, $434.17 ; petty expenses, $6 

Wild Horse • postage 

Willow Creek : commission on collections, C. Allen 

Wood Mountain : commission on collections, J. W. Grant, $377.96 ; postage, $3 



Less — Refunds as below ... 
Total, Alberta. 



Itefunds. 



On account of overtime and extra services : Lethbridge 

On account of services in bonded warehouses: Calgary, $270; Edmonton, $145 ; Lethbridge, 
$20 .. 



Total refunds. 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Saskatcbewan. 

North Portal (salaries, $1,312.50 ; contingencies, $1,917.01 ; refunded, $120). 

A. C. Paterson, collector, salary, $712.50; overtime, $202.50 preventive officers : E. R. Mc- 
Phee, 19d. ab., $504 ; W. A. Neal. ab. Dec. 15 to March 1, salary, $379.13; overtime, 
$202.50 ; J. B. Stauffer, 18 d. in Dec, at $2 ; W. Young, salary, $600 ; overtime, $197 

Coal, $58 . 52 ; express charges on remittances, $100 . 95 ; freight, $23 . 60 ; postage, $90 ; placing 
safe in office, $10 ; telephone rent, $18.90 ; petty expenses, .$33.91 

Boscurvis : A. Stalker, sub-collector, 3 mos , 



Regina (salaries, $1,529.22 ; contingencies, $5,310.37 ; refunded, $210). 

S. B. Jameson, collector, $825 ; preventive officers : R. Foster, from September 18, $374.29 ; 

J. Jackson, to Aug. 15, $86.56 ; G. G. MacBean, $562.50 ; J. B. Shaw, .$712.50 

Cartage, $")4 ; cleaning office, $90 ; coal, $71.50; office rent, $1,125 ; iwstage, $71 ; telegrams, 

$18.55; petty expense.?, .$20.78 

Moosejaw: W. M. Maclntyre, sub-collector, $600; H. J. Gabb, preventive officer, from 

Sept. 1, $350 ; cartage, $18 ; office rent, $36 ; postage, $23 ; telephone rent, $13.75 ; petty 

expen.ses, $11 .70 

Prince Albert: J. Crawford, sub-collector, $6.37.50; R. Sutherland, preventive officer, from 

Nov. 1, $291.66; cartage, $12.50; office rent, $18; postage, $10; petty expenses, $6.20. 
Saskatoon : B. Chubb, sub-collector, $600 ; cartage, $10 50 ; commission on collections. In 

spector McGibbon, $11.31 ; coal, $36.09 ; office rent, $180; postage $24 ; petty expenses' 

$24.75 ' 

Commissions to postmasters : Broadview, $9.92 ; Grenfell, $15.61; Indian Head, $29.02; 

Moosomin, .S17.29; Qu'Appelle, $13.37; South Qu'Appelle, $11.98; Wapella, $4 . 72 ; 

Whitewood, $9.01 ; Wolseley, $12.03 



$ cts. 
13,013 29 



1,427 59 
9 00 

1,079 44 
510 00 

710 60 
35 34 
440 17 
2 00 
515 56 
380 96 



18,123 95 
438 25 



17,685 70 



3 25 

435 00 



438 25 



2,833 <53 

335 88 
180 00 



2,560 85 
1,450 83 

1,052 45 
975 86 



Less — Refunds as below 

Total, Saskatchewan 

Befunds. 

On account of overtime and extra services : North Portal. 
On actjount of services in bonded warehouses : Regina 



Total refunds. 



886 65 


122 95 


10,399 10 
330 00 


10,069 10 


120 00 
210 00 


330 00 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. i 



F-31 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Britlsb Colombia. 

Grand Forks (salaries, §2,925 ; contingencies, -$5,308. 88; refunded, $547 .60). 

R. R. Gilpin, collector, S900 ; W. J. Cook, preventive officer, salary, 8675, overtime, §314.80; 

cleaning office, 854 ; electric light, 81S ; office furniture, 860 ; office rent, 81S0 ; postage, 

§55 ; telegrams, §23.55 ; water, §12 ; wood, §25 : petty expenses, §8.70. 

Carson : E. A. McAuley, sub-collector, salary, §675 ; overtime, §238 ; postage, §9.25 

Cascade City : A. Cameron, sub-collector, salary, §675, overtime, §326.40; office rent, §10; 

postage, §18 ; wood, §13.50 ; petty expenses, §12.23 

Greenwood : H. McCutcheon, sub-collector, §675 ; cleaning office, §18 ; electric light, §11.25; 

office rent, §135 ; postage, §27.25 ; petty expenses, §8.17 

Keremeos : D. McCurdy, preventive officer, salary, §75; commission on collections, §10.15; 

postage, §3.33 

Midway: R. Gardom, sub-collector, salary, §675; overtime, §336; bank charges, §49 . 69 ; 

coal oil, 811.25; desk, 830; office rent, §135; postage, §24; telephones, §20.20; wood, 

§28; petty expenses, §13.50... 

Osoyoos : D. Coristine, sub collector, salary, §675; living expenses, §225; stove, §14.75; 

trips for mail, 8162 ; wood, §.38 ; petty expenses, §14 . 97 

Phoenix : W. Delahey, sub-collector, .8675 ; office rent, §45 ; stove and pipes, §16.85 ; petty 

expenses, -819 -. 

Sidley : R. G. Sidley, preventive officer, salary, §150; commission on collections, §153.69 ; 

postage, §3 

Kaslo (salaries, $1,050 ; continffencies, $615.72). 

J. F. Mcintosh, collector, salary, §900, overtime, §176.80; 0. T. Stone, relieving in Sept.. 
salary, .$75 ; overtime, §23.60 ; express, §12.05 ; light, §22.50 ; office rent, §225 ; postage, 
§12 . 50 ; wood, 852 . 50 ; petty expense,?, §11 .77 

Rykert's : J. C. Rykert, sub-collector, §750 ; postage, §4 



Nanaimo (salaries, $^,787.50; contingencies, $1,110.73; refunded, $322). 

B. H. Smith, collector, §1,050 : preventive officers : H. Gordon, §750; H, L. Good, salary 
8675 ; overtime, §110 ; cartage, §17.04 ; postage, §52 ; petty expenses, §23.47 , 

Albemi : commis.sion on collections, §5 . 38 ; postage, 35c 

Chemainus : L. G. Hill, sub-coUector, salary, §225 ; overtime, 80c.; postage, §11; petty 
expenses, §16.16 

Courtenay : commission on collections, §9 .88 ; postage, 37c • 

Crofton : R. Allan, sub-collector, salary, §375 ; overtigae, §116 ; postage and telegrams, 



Cumberland : commission on collections, §16 . 62 ; postage, 38c 

Ladysmith : T. D. Conway, sub-collector, salary, §487.50; overtime, §126.40; postage and 

P.O. box, 816.90 

New Albemi : A. E. Waterhouse, preventive officer, salary, §150 ; overtime, §20 

Union Bay: G. H. Roe, sub -collector, salary, §600; overtime, §116.40; commission on 

money orders, 811 .09 ; coal, 812.50 ; postage, §16.36 ; petty expenses, §10.35 

Van Anda : J. D. Eraser, preventive officer , 



Nelson (salaries, $3,S75 ; contingencies, $3,854.22 ; refunded, $367 .80). 

G. Johnstone, collector, §1,350 ; W. M. Jameson, appraiser, to Jan. 31, §700 ; preventive 
officers : E. H. Sheppard, salary, §708.33; overtime, §5.60; J. G. Bunyan, from Feb. 1. 
•8150 : 

Postage, 881 . 08 ; telegram.?, 811 . 95 ; telephone rent, §40 . 50 ; petty expenses, -821 . 60 .... 

Cranbrook : H. White, sub-collector, §675; coal, §33.88; cleaning office, 827; light, §18; 
office rent, 8135 ; postage, 843.25 ; telephone rent, 824 ; petty expenses, 822.25 

Fernie : W. S. Keay, sub-collector, salary, 8675; board and travel, §15; carpentering, &c., 
§22; office cleaning, .845; office lighting, §17.55; office rent, §315 ; postage, §70.90 ; 
telephone rent, §36 ; petty exi^enses, §18 . 45 

Gateway : J. D. Gordon, sub-collector, salary, §675; overtime, §361.20; cleaning office, §8; 
express orders, 823 . 03 ; jwstage, -853 

Kingsgate : H. H. Dimock, preventive officer, salary, .§600; overtime, §32.40; office rent, 
8158 ; postage, -830 

Waneta: J. P. Vroom, sub-collector, salary, §675; overtime, §173.66; W. E. Ketchum,' "re- 
lieving, 1 m. to Oct. 23, 875; W. M. Wood, overtime, §13.20; express, §12.25; postage, 

Ncv) Westminster (ialaries, $5,075.02; contingencies, $4,199 .83 ; refunded, $669.40). 

A. Munn, collector, §1,125; clerks: T. D. Guest, §637.50; E. D. Lennie, §540; N. M. 

Matheson, salary, 8637.50; overtime, 8137-80; .J. D. Rae, from Jan. 1, salary, 8200; 

overtime, 812 ; M. W. Minthorne, preventive efficer, salary, -8675 ; overtime, §52.80; G. 

J. Trodden, examining officer, from March 1, §75 

Cleaning office, -890 ; postage, §106.65 ; travel, J. McMartin, §19.85 ; petty expenses, §29.39. 

Carried forward . . 



$ cts. 



2,326 05 
922 25 


1,055 13 


874 67 


88 48 


1,322 64 


1,129 72 


755 85 


306 69 



1,511 72 

754 00 



2,677 51 
5 76 


252 96 
10 25 


501 75 
17 00 


630 80 
170 00 


766 70 
187 50 



2,913 93 
155 13 

978 38 



1,214 90 

1,120 23 

820 40 

994 05 



4,092 60 
245 89 



28,802 94 



F-32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs: Salaries and Contiugeiicies, Britisb Columhia.— Continued. 

Brought forward. 

New Westminster: salaries, d-c. —Concluded. 



Aldergrove : W. H. Vanetta, sub-collector, §375 ; jxjstage, §(5.90 

Douglas: H. L>. Chautrell, sub-collector, salary, S750 ; overtime, §171.20; G. J. Trodden, 
pieventive officer, salary, §600 ; overtime, $387.20 ; ix)stage, §78.50 ; express and freight, 
§14.27 

Huntingdon: A. Ackerman, sub-collector, salary, §750 ; overtime, §288.40; R. J. Shortreed, 
preventive officer, salary, §562.50 ; overtime, •■r331.40 ; express, §20.95 ; postage, §54. . . . 

Ladner : E. A. Bown, sub-collector, §375 ; office rent, §45 ; petty expenses, §5.95 

Steve.ston : J. Beer, preventive officer, §300 ; postage, §4.75.. 

Teardonville : S. Campbell, preventive officer, from Feb. 1 

Upper Sunias, T. F. York, preventive officer 

Postmasters' commissions on collections : Agassiz, §10.81 ; Chilli wack, §20 35 ; Yale, §3.58. 

Prince Rupert {contingencies, §336. 09 ; refunded, 813.00). 

F. W, Davey, overtime, §33.20 ; board, §20 . 95 ; travel, $19; building and fitting up tent- 
house for office, §233.90 ; wood, §25.50 ; petty expenses, §17-14 

Revelsloke (salaries, p2,758. 32 ; contingencies, $2,324-65; refunded, $225). 

B. R. Atkins, collector, §C58.32 ; J. A. McMariin, preventive officer, §637.5.') 

Carpentering, &o., §35.50; cleaning office, §60; chairs, 3, §14.20; coal, §33.60; counters and 
cupboards, §16 ; installing electric light, §19.85 ; linoleum, §33.62; lumber, §24.23; of- 
fice rent, §185 ; painting and papering, §45 ; postage, §40 ; stoves, 2, §35.50 ; tables, 2, 
§16.35: petty expenses, §49.18 

Ashcroft: M. Bryson, sub-collector, §675; express, §11.35 ; office rent, §90; postage, §15 . 15. 

Golden : C. H. Parson, sub-collector, §450 ; linoleum, §12.50 ; office rent, §90 ; postage, §15,- 
85 ; stove and pipes, §17.25 ; petty expenses, §24.47 

Kamloops : T. Howell, sub-collector, §487.50 ; postage and P. O. box, §11.50 

Vernon: F. A. Meyer, sub-collector, §525; J. T. Duncan, preventive officer, §675; counter, 
§30 ; linoleum, §46.44 ; office rent, §90; postage, §44.93; wood, §36 ; petty expenses, §5 

Commission on collections: Armstrong, §29.20 ; Barkerville, §12.26 ; Clinton, §6.45 ; Ued- 
ley, §11.60; Lillooet, $2.58 ; Kelewna, $13.85; 150 Mile House, §16.10; Quesnelle, $7.03; 
Soda Creek, §2.01 



Rosdand ( salaries, $3,375; contingencies, §917.80; refunded, $163). 

R. R. McDonald, collector. §1,200; D. B. Stevens, preventive officer, §750; A. J. Drewry, 
landing waiter, to Dec. 31, less 48 d., salary, §332.50, overtime, §2.40; cleaning office, 
§90 ; postage, §57 ; petty expenses, §13.95 

Paterson : W. M. Wood, sub-collector, salary, §750; overtime, §290.80, removal expenses. 
Rossland to Paterson, §34.30; A. N. Paterson, overtime, §4.80 ; cabinet, §20 ; flag staff, 
§20 ; po-tage, §21.50 ; petty exiwnses, §1.25 

Trail : D. C. McGregor, sub-collector, $()75 ; cleaning office, §27 ; office rent, $90 ; postage, 
$27 ; P. O. box, §10.50 ; wood, §27.00 ; petty expenses, §10.20 



Vancouver (salaries, $22,662.50 : contingencies, $17,033.61: refunded, $3,642.40). 

J. M. Bowell, collector, $1,500 ; C. A. Worsnop, surveyor, §1,500 ; C. C. Eldridge, appraiser, 
§1,200 ; F. R. Gr-er, cashier, §900 ; N. Allan, ganger, §862.50 

Clerks and landing waiters : J. H. Kerr, chief, to Jan. 31, S 75; F. Bowser, chief, §900 ; at 
§675, R. Aitken and W. J. Soear ; at §637.50, W. A. Blair, W. L. Boult, A. Farring- 
ton and J. Moscrop ; H. G. Cartwright, §5()2.50 

Examining officers : A. Brown, §712.50; W. McHaffie, §675; at §637.50: W. A. Bajus, J. 
C. Bartfm, W. Downing, J. E. Fagan, M. C. McLean, A. W. ScouUar, F. Topham 

Preventive officers : J. H. Watson, §750; D. MacRae, §675; at §637.50, T. C. Alcock, D. 
Ferguson, J. Ker, P. McAllister, G. Walker 

Temporaiy employees: B. Bacon, S3t;0 ; J. Clark, from Sept. 6, §484.03; R. Cosgrove, §637.- 
50; J. M. Creelnian, from Feb. 1, §166.60; J. Doig, §a75 ; H. M. Dunn, §562. .50; A. 
Hamilton, §637.50; J. Harris, §637.50; G. Hutton, to July 31, §35.40; W. F. Kent, 
§248.10; J. O. LeCaix-llain, §1,125 ; J. F. Miller, §712.50; C. McDonough, §637 50; H. 
McKee, f.om Aug. 1, §373 50; H. McKenzie, §637.50; D. McKinnon, §637.50; J. C. 
McLeod, S6.37 50; S. J. Perry, 22 d. ab., §586.85; T. Pbysick, §308.70; J. Roach, 
§637.50; W. H. K. Russell. §6:C50;R. W. Trythall, §525; H. H. Warburtun, §357 . 70. 

Overtime service : R. Aitkin, §228 ; T. C. Alcock, §186 ; W. Bajus, §251.20 ; J. C. Barton, 
SJ48.40; \V. A. Blair, §228; W. L. Boult, §188.40; F. Bows-;r, §4S.80; R. Cosgrove, 
§225 20 ; W. Downing, §301.20 ; J. E. Fagan, §258 SO ; A. Fariington, §232 80 ; D. Fer- 
guson, §255.20; F. R. Greer, §228; .\. Hamilton, §216 ; J. Harris, §231 60 : G 
Hutton, §14.40; W.F. Kent, §70; J. Ker, §192.80; J. H. Kerr, S'M:V. McAllister, §258; 
C. McDonough, §2; W. MacHaffie, §241.20; H. McKee, §111.20: D. McKinnon, §78; 
H. McKenzie, §143.60; M. C. McLean, §268.40; S. J. Perry, §202.80; T. Physick, 

Carried forward .... 



$ cts. 
28,802 94 

381 90 

2,001 17 

2,007 25 
425 95 
304 75 
150 00 
300 00 
34 74 



349 69 

1,295 82 

558 03 
791 50 

610 07 
499 CO 

1,452 37 

101 08 



2,445 85 

1,142 65 
867 30 



5,962 50 

6,237 50 
5,850 00 
4,612 50 



12,258 44 



79,413 00 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Castoms : Salaries aud Contingencies, British Columbia — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Vancouver, salaries, dec. — Concluded. 

Overtime service — Concluded. 

$88.80; W. H. K. Kussell, S69.20; A. W. Scoullar, S243 20 ; W. J. Spear, $180; F. 
Tophani, S232 ; G. Walker, $170.40; H. Warburton, $91.60; J. H. Watson, $2; Yip 
On, $94.40 

Book-case, .§14.25; boat-hire, $15; cartage, Pea.«e & Lewis, -SI. 194 ; express, $85.55; filing 
case, $33 -5.75; ink, $10.80; linoleum. .?29.37; mucilage, .S10.80 ; postage, $120; living 
expenses of Otiicer Simmons and family, .§45.50 ; rent of telephones, .*;12S.20 ; stove, &c., 
$38.50 ; street cars, •S90; travel, A. E. Garvey, $60.25 ; petty expenses, S53 



Victoria (salaries, -$16,237 .50 ; contingencies, $6,265 .84 ; refunded, 81,374). 

J. C. Newbury, collector, $2,250 ; W. Marchant, Dominion appraiser, $1,275 ; F. W. Davey, 
surveyor, .sOflO 

O'erks : W. Atkius, chief, §900 ; E. Fawcett, .§862.50 ; T. Roberts, $750 ; at $675. A. Cal- 
derwood, H. W. Groves and J. A. McTaVish ; 6. F. D. Simpson, $(i37.50 .' 

iianding waiters at $637.50: F. Armstrong, A. J. Joule and F. J. Morison ; preventive 
officers at $712 50 : H. E. Beckwith, D. McLean 

Examining officers at .?675 : W. J. Burnes, J. Mallett and F. A. Small ; at $637.50 ; S. W 
Edwards, R. G. Howell 

Temporary employees: T. J. Burnes, $637.50: W. M. Gtilbraith, $225; J. Oliver, $637.50; 
I. G. Piekard, $300 ; J. Parfitt, $180 ; G. Wynne, $405 

Overtime service: F. Armstrong, $208 40 ; W. Atkins, $227.40; T. M. Baird. $14.40; H. 
E. Beckwith. $92.80; W. J. Burnes, .S44.S0; A. Calderwood, $112.40; F. W. Davey, 
$120; S. W. Edwards, .$234.80; E. Fawcett, .$2.80; R. G. Howell. $246.20; A. J. 
Joule, .$257.60; D. McLean, .$129.00; J. A. McTavisb, .$198.80; J. Mallett, $2.80; F. 
J. Morison, .$250.60- L. Moug Kow. .$79.60; T. Roberts, $344; G. F. D. Simpson, 
$125.20 ; F. A. Small, .$42 

Cartage, I. Walsh, -SI, 314. 70; express, $15.10; ink, .$19.70; postr.ge, .$78; street cars, .^10; 
telegrams, $14.07; telephone rent, $36; washing towels, $11.70; petty expenses, $27.85 

Port Simpson : J. Sharp, sub-collector, salary, $270 ; overtime, $114 ; postage, &c., $13.60. . 

Preventive officers at outports : T. M. Baird, Port Renfrew, $150 ; J. Grice, Clavoquot, 
from Dec. 1, .$83.33; B. W. Leeson, Quatsino, from Jan. 1, .$30; J. J. White, Sidney, 
$150 

Commission to postmasters : Bella Coola, $1 .87 ; Duncan's, $72.82 ; Massett, .$4.82 ; postage, 
72c.; Metlakatla, $2.05; Port E,-sington, -$4.36; Salt Spring Island, $16.40; Stickeen, 
$17 . 77 ; exchange on drafts, .$1 . 78 



Less — Refunds as below. 

Total, British Columbia. 



$ cts. 
79,443 00 



6,177 60 



2,239 97 



4,425 00 
5,175 00 
3,337 50 
3,300 00 
2,385 00 



2,794 20 



1,527 12 
397 60 


413 33 


122 59 


111,737 91 
7,324 80 


104,413 11 



Refunds. 

On account of overtime and extra service: Grand Forks, $417.60; Nanaimo, $112; Nelson, 
$142.80; New Westminster, .$024.40; Prince Rupert, $13.60; Ror^sland, .$118; Van- 
couver, $2,103 ; Victoria, $754.20 

On account of services in bonded warehouses : Grand Forks, $130 ; Nanaimo .$210 ; Nelson, 
$225 ; New Westminster, .$45 ; Revelstoke, $2J5 ; Rossland, $45 ; Vancouver, $1,. 539. 40 ; 
Victoria, .$619.80 

Total refunds 

Customs: Salaries and Contingencies, Vnkou Territory. 

Daivson (contimjencies, $ 14,544-32 ; refunded, -§2,121). 

A. D. Ross, chief clerk, salary, $1,350 ; living allowance, $750 ; A.'Forrest, appraiser, salary, 
$1,350, overtime, $206, living allowance, $1,125 ; J. H. McLeod, warehouse clerk, salary, 
$1,200, overtime, $2.5,5, living allowance, $750 ; preventive officers : T. H. Alcock, salaiy, 
$1,800 ; overtime, .$283 ; E. S. Ironside, ab. Nov. 1 to Feb. 15, salary, $1,100, overtime, 
$330 ; J. M. Creelman, to Aug. 31, salary, $400, overtime, $117 ; G. C. Killam, salary, 
$1,800, overtime, .$393 ; D. M. Stirton, to Aug. 31, salary, §400, overtime, $142 ; postage 
and P. O. l30X, §4;»; telegrams, $31.32 ' 

Fortymile : F. R. Moulton, sub-collector, salary, $900, overtime, $160, living allowance, 
.$1,125 ; landing waiters at $1 per day : A. J. Cndlip, 258 d. to March 1.5, overtime, $77 ; J. 
MuiTay, 16 d. to March 31, overtime, $9 ; coal oil, $14 ; office rent, $135 ; postage, $20 ; 
wood, $54 



4,285 60 
3.039 20 



7,324 80 



13,897 32 



2,768 00 



Carried forward i 16,665 32 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs : Salaries and Contingencies, Yukon Territory — Concluded, 
Brouffht forward 



White Horse (salantt, '$3,075; contingencies, 99,029.94; refunded, m,04S.60). 

Fred. Maclennan, collector, salary, SI, 200, living allowance, SI, 125 ; preventive officers : W. 
N. Canuichael, salary, !?"-tO(J, overtime, S298.40, living allowance, $1,125; P. R. Peele, 
salary, $975, overtime, $310, living allowance, $1,125 ; postage and P. O. box, $14.50 ; 
telegrams, $42.95 

Atlin : J. Williams, preventive officer, $90 ; postage, $2 

Cai'cross : Sub-collectors: L. E. Simmons, salary, $900, overtime, .?(i0.80, living allowance, 
$250, removal expenses to Vancouver, .§173.05; removal expenses from Vancouver, 
$51.70 ; J. M. Creelman, 3 m-. to Nov. 30, salary, -$300, overtime, $30.40 ; living allow- 
ance, $249.99, travel, $65 ; postage, $4.75 

Champagne Landing : W. Hume, jircventive officer, from Sept. 1 

Skagway : preventive officers : A. E. Garvey, 105 d. to Oct. 31, at $5 ; overtime, $61.60 ; G. 
V. Zinkan, salary, $900, overtime, .$32.80, living allowance, $1,125 ; postage, -SG 

White Pass : G. Noot, sub-collector, salary, $900. overtime, $105.60, living allowance, $1,125 

Less— Refunds as below , . 

Total, Yukon Territory 



Refunds. 

On account of overtime and extra services : Dawson, .$771 ; White Horae, $2,045.60. 
On account of services in bunded warehouse at Dawson . , 

Total refunds 



Inspection, Preventive Service, Board of Customs and Laboratory. 

Inspection of Ports {$30,322.31). 

H. W. Allan, inspector, Windsor, Ont.: salary, $1,687.50; board and lodgmg, $257.50; 
postage, $13 ; pullmans, $1 1 .10 ; petty expenses, $32.74 

J. J. Bremner, inspector, Halifax: .salary, $1,687.50; board, lodging, feed and stabling, 
$271.53; cabs, $20.15; fares, $18.65; livery, $115.90; pullmans and porters, $13.30; 
petty expenses, $11. 12 

E. S. Busby, inspector, Vancouver: salary, .$1,687.50; board and lodging, .$422.25; cabs 
and transfers, $24 ; fares, $324.85 ; postage, $19 ; pullmans and porters, $40.25; removal 
expenses, Dawson to Vancouver, $345.17 ; telegrams, $17.97 ; petty expenses, $5.20 

T. Clappis'^n, inspector, Hamilton : salary, $1,687.50 ; board and lodging, $135.10 ; postage, 
$10 ; pullmans and porters, .$36.25 ; telephone rent, $17.50 ; petty expenses, $16.36 

J. S. Clute, inspector, New Westminster : salary, $1,687.50; board and lodging, $381 ; cabs 
and baggage, $42; fares, .$77.15; postage, $18; pullmans and porters, $92 . 05 ; tele- 
grams, .$16.87 ; telephone rent, $31 .50 ; petty expenses, $3.95 

H. A. Lemieux, inspector, Montreal : salary, $1,687.50; board and lodging, $222.50; cabs, 
busses and ferries, $45.75 ; fares, $67.83 ; leather bag, $20 ; livery, $30.25 ; pullmans and 
porters, $34 25 ; petty expenses, .$8.15 

S. MacDonnell, inspector. Port Hood. N. S. : salary, $1,087.50 ; board and lodging, $249.10; 
cabs, $17.75 ; fares, $41 .85 ; livery, .$60.75 ; petty expenses, $27.74 

A. McKay, inspector, Hamilton : salary, $1,687.50; board and lodging, $248.50 ; cabs and 
busses, $10.50 ; fares, $20.10 ; pullmans and porters, $26.75 ; petty expenses, $32.03. . . 

J. S. McLaren, inspector, St. John : salary, $1,687.50; lx)ard and lodging, $155.95; cabs, 
$22.40 ; fares, .$86.89 ; livery, $.30 ; petty expenses, -$20.10 

S. W. Mc^Iichael, chief inspector, Toronto : salary, $2,100 ; board and lodging, $231 ; cabs, 
$37.75 ; fares, $70.40 ; pullmans and porters, $71 .75 ; petty expenses, $11.81 

D. D. O'Meara, inspector, Quebec: salary, $1,875; board and lodging, $482.21; cabs, 
$44.65 ; fares, $il.90 ; laundry, $12.85 ; pullmans and porters, $55.25 ; travelling bag, 
$20 ; petty expenses, .$8 .30 

A. Shaw, inspector, Kingston : salary, $1,687.50 ; board and lodging, .$260.40; cabs, $11; 
postage, $15.25 ; pullmans, $12.50 ; telephone rent, .§15. 27 ; petty expenses, $15.89 

D. M. Stirton, preventive officer, Vancouver: -from Sept. 1, salary, $700 ; board and lodging, 
.$601.80 ; fares, $213.25 ; pullmans and porters, $14.75 ; baggage transfers, .$3.50 

G. H. Young, inspector, Winnipeg; salary, $1,687.50; board, lodging and hor.se-feed, 
.$319.40 ; cabs, $21.75 ; livery, $88 ; pullmans and porters, $57.75 ; telegrams, telephones, 
&c., $42.28 ; petty expenses, .$7.60 



Carried forward . 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



F-35 



Inspcctlou, Preventive Service, Board of Customs and Laboratory— Con. 



Brought forward 

Special Preventive Service (■^0,623.65). 

F. L. Jones, inspector : salary, §1,500 ; board and lodging, $644 ; cabs and cartage, S83.80 ; 
livery, $25.50 ; puUmans and porters, $5.S. 45 ; telephone rent, §27 . 40 ; petty expenses, 
§16. S5 



W. F. Wilson, clerk, §675 ; preventive officers : J. C. Bourinot, Port Hawke&bury N. S., 
§750 ; J. Duiicun, Dalhousie, N. B., §600 ; E. A. Lambert, Beauceville, Que., §149.94 ; W. 
LeBel, Kauiouraska, Que., §450 ; C. H. Lynott, St. George, N.B., §4.50 ; A. Wheeler, 
Bergerville, Que., §225 ; J. S. Harvey, New Richmond, Que., §600 

C. Dandelin, care of Montreal office, §27 ; subscription to New York * Maritime Register,' 
§35; telegrams, §220.11 ;' telephones, §18.70; telephone rent at Ottawa, 1907, §40; at 
Noth Sydney, 1906, §20 ; 'petty expenses, §11.90 



Board of Customs and Statistical Office (^101,438.87). 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page F— 3) 

J. Andrew, removal expenses, Toronto to Ottawa .... 

W. P. Atkinson, Toronto, special officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$1,100 

J. C. Bartle, landing waiter : salary, §766.64 ; board and lodging, §731.73 ; fares, .§22 . 94 ; 
laundry, .§13.17; pullmans and porters, §61 . 95 ; streetcars and femes, §19.50; petty 
expenses, §14 . 16 

F. S. Belton, Toronto, .special officer: salary, $675; board and lodging, §404.90; cabs, 

§118.30 ; fares, §347.28 ; ferries and street cars, §18.30 ; pullmans and porters, §158.75 ; 
telegrams, §10 . 98 ; petty expenses, §9 . 20 

P. H. C. Benson, Boston, preventive officer : salary, $1,125; board and lodging, §415.89 ; fares, 
•§105.91 ; pullmans and porters, §14.65 ; rent allowance, §225 ; petty expenses, .§23.59. . 

H. C. Blair, Truro, preventive officer; salary, §1,066.61; board, lodging and horse-feed, 
§667.18; fares, §118.24; laundry, §15.. 58; livery, $11 ; postage, telephones and tele- 
grams, §48.16 ; pullmans and porters, §94.90 ; removal expenses, Truro to Ottawa, 
.§304.77; streetcars, cabs and baggage, §69 ; typewriting, §19.30 ; short-paid in 1905-6, 
§10 

J. C. Boughner, Ottawa : board and lodging. .§201 . 90 ; cabs and busses, $17.40; pullmans 
and porters, .§74 ; street cars, §10 . 85 ; petty expenses, §14 .65 

R. W. Breadner, Ottawa : board and lodging, .§8.25 ; petty expenses, §8 ... . 

G. V. Brown, Detroit, preventive officer : salary, §1,125 ; board, lodging and office expenses, 

§.'s33.53 ; cabs and busses, §21.25; fares, §198.02 ; pullmans and porters, .§55.60; street 
cars, §10.90 ; petty expenses, §12.32. ... 

B. Capron, special officer : salary, 1 m. to March 31, $75 ; board, 243 d. to Feb. 28, at $1 ; 

laundry, §27 

J. Duthie, Montreal : estimating marble work ir^ Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto, $42 ; travel 

and living expenses, §22 .50 . , 

R.Fontaine, removal expenses, Montreal to Ottawa 

S. Friiser, removal expenses, Anticosti to Ottawa 

H. J. Gould, Chicago, preventive officer: salary, §1,125 ; board and lodging, §1,003.70; cabs 

and busses, §39.50; fares, .§575 . 33 ; pullmans and porters, §129 ; street cars, ,§17.75; 

office furniture, .§65.50 ; postage, .§12.26 ; telephones, §10.15 ; petty expenses, §20.29. . . 
T. A. Harris, special officer from Nov. 19: salary, §274 . 65 ; board and lodging, $180.75; 

fares, §47.65 ; street cars and bridge tolls, §12.95 ; petty expenses, $8.98 

Miss .\. Hay, clerk, Toronto : salary, §600 ; express, $33.52 

Miss M. Hickey, Sarnia, sp«cial officer to July 31 : salary, $50 : board and lodging, $38.50 ; 

fares, §14 . 55 ; petty expenses, .§4 ... , 

W. A. Jamieson, removal expenses, Winnipeg to Ottawa 

W, G. Livingstone, Ottawa: board and lodging, $61.10; pullmans and porter.^, §16.25; 

petty expenses, §8 . 66 

G. B. McEachern : removal exiienses, Souris to Ottawa, $26.70; living expenses, 15 d. to 

July 31, at §1 

C. M. McMichael, Toronto, special officer : salary, $600 ; board and lodging, §562 ; cabs, 

busses and baggage, §4.75; fares, §92.15; laundry, $36.90; pullmans and porters, 
§28.75 



G. M. May, str. Constance, preventive officer, 9 m. to March 31, at $600 

E. W. Miller, Dominion appraiser, travel 

A. Morin, Ottawa, clerk : board and lodging, §32 . 70 ; petty expenses, $3 . 25 

F. Norris, Toronto, special officer: .salary, §675 ; board and lodging, §247.25; cabs and 

bu.sses, .§.59 50; Tares, §172.92; pullmans and porters, $95.50 ; petty expenses, $26 07. . . 
Miss K. North wood. Windsor, female searcher: salary, $450; board and lodging, $93 . 15 ; 

fares, §42.05 ; petty expenses, §10 

A. N. Paterson, removal expenses, Paterson. B.C., to Ottawa. . 

C. B. Patten, Ottawa : board and lodging, §7 . 75 ; petty expenses, §6 . 10 

R. M. Persse, Toronto: board and lodging, §21 ; fares, §12.85; pulhnans and porters, $4.50 
J. E. Potts, Toronto, preventive officer : salary, §750 ; board and lodging, -§471.50; cabs, 

busses and baggage, §13.50 ; laundry, .§36.40 ; petty expenses, §12.05 



$ cts. 
30,322 31 

2,351 00 

3,899 94 
372 71 



70,946 01 

9 85 

825 00 



1,630 09 

1,742 71 
1,910 04 

2,424 74 

318 80 
16 25 

2,256 62 

345 00 

64 50 

8 50 

232 67 

2,998 48 

524 98 
633 52 

107 05 

52 85 

86 01 
41 70 



1,324 55 

450 00 

14 70 

35 95 

1,276 24 

595 20 

112 75 

13 85 

38 35 

1,283 45 



1— 3ip 



Carried forward , . .1 129,266 37 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Inspection, Preventive Service, Board of Customs and Laboratory — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



H 



Board of Customs anl Statistical Office — Concluded. 

G. Scace, Toronto, preventive officer: salary, $G75 ; board and lodging, $145.65; cabs 

and busses, $48.50 ; pullmans and portf^rs, $25.25 ; petty e.xpenses, .S:52.06 

S. Scott, New York, pieventivn officer: salary, $1,500; board and lodging, $505; cabs 
and busses, $28.20; fare.s, $628.98: livery, $12.90; office rent and allowance, $374.94; 
postage, $18 . 74 : pulhuans and porters, $189.50 ; street cars and ferries, $72 ; petty ex- 
penses, $il . 22 

S.P.Shaw, .Seattle, preventive officer : salary, $1,125 ; board and lodging, $492.19 ; fareb, 
$164 60 ; pullmans and porter.s, $20 ; petty expenses, .?8 . 59 

A. P. Sherwoo J, Ottawa : e.vpenses re Hobbs prosecution 

J. Stunden, Toronto, preventive officer : 9 m. to March 31, at $900 

J. M. Sullivan, clerk, Toronto: salary, $525; board and lodging, $15.75; petty expenses, 
$6.37 

T. P. Tansey, clerk and landing waiter, Montreal : salary, $750; board and lodging, .$288.40; 
pullmans and porters, $13.20 ; petty expenses, $5.59. 

Miss M. E. Wilson, Toronto, special officer : salary, $375 ; board and lodging $i<9 ; fares 
$20.60; petty exi>en.ses, $11 29 ; 

H. W. Wood, Ottawa : board and lodging, $46.17 ; travel, $2.80 

Tables, 2 

Contingent expenditure of special branch : cleaning office, .$24 ; postage, $60 ; subscriptions to 
newspapers, $18 ; telegrams, $57 .07 ; telephone rent, $!)4 50 ; tele]>hone tolls, $21 .75 

Contingent expenditure of statistical branch : cartage, M. Kealy, .$154.50 ; mail delivery, J. 
Graves, $16 ; mirrors, 1 doz., $15 ; washing towels, $45 ; petty expenses, $17.60 



$ cts. 
129,260 37 

926 46 
3,339 48 



Labor itory ($3,620 4S). 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page F — 5) 

N. W. Campbell, Ottawa : apparatus and chemicals for analysts. . 

Eimer & Amend, New York : apparatus and chemicals for analysts 

Mrs. B. Langevin, cleaning laboratory, 245 d. at 60c., 12 d. at 50c 

R. A. McCt>rmick, Ottawa : apparatus and chemicals for analysts 

Payments under $10 : bottles and corks, $9.66 ; barrels, $1.40 ; electric heater, $3 ; gold dust, 
soap &c., .$1 .63 ; small hardware, .$1.50 ; vermouth, .$1 

Freight and express: Canadian Express Co., $460.08; Canadian Pacific Ry., $5.62; Do- 
minion Expres-s Co., $192.90: Grand Trunk Ry., 59c.; Ottawa and New York Ry., .$3.17 

Less— Paid by Chief Inspector McMichael on account of seizures 

Total : Inspection, Preventive Service, Board of Customs and Laboratory 

Cnstonis : Miscellaneous. 

Transfer officers at United States ports ($5,713) — 

Chicago, G. Read, 274 d. to March 31, at $3 

Chicago, T. E. Thompson, 9 m. to March 31, at $90 

Duluth, J. Sharpe, 274 d. to March 31, at $5 ; po.stage, $2 

Portland, Me., J. Williams, 274 d. to March 31, at $3 

St. Paul, J. W. Jamieson, 274 d. to March 31, at $3 

Seattle, A. J. ArniatroTjg, 31 d. to July 31, at .$3 ; 243 d. to March 31, at $4 

Legal expenses ($851 . 94)— 

Davidson & Wainwright, Montreal : Rex. vs. Hobbs 

Chas. Fox, New York : Rex. vs. Hobbs 

Guarantee bonds, premiums 3f' j. per $100 a year : Dominion of Canada Guarantee and 

Accident Assurance Co., .$1,479.45 ; Emplnyers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd., 

$956.10; Guarantee Co. of North America, $753.60; London Guarantee and Accident 

Co., Ltd., $810.90 ; total $4,000.05, less repaid by customs officers, $3,978.90 

Department of Public Printing and Stationery ($39,354.47) — 

Printing, lithographine:, binding, &c 

Stationery supplies, customs ports '. 

Uniforms ($f,770.50)— 

R. J. Devlm, Co., Ltd., Ottawa : 2 caps 

Toronto Cap Manufacturing Co., 2.50 cap badges 

Allowance to officers who provide their own uniform, 182 at $8 

Subscriptions to commercial journals (.$69) — 

American Metal Market, 3 copies, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1907 

St. Louis Market Reporter, 1 copy, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1907 

Various subscriptions under $10 

Carried forward 



1,810 38 
445 03 
675 00 


547 12 


1,057 19 


475 89 

48 97 

4 00 


245 32 


248 10 



2,420 82 

11 83 

338 24 

153 00 

16 05 

18 18 

662 36 

142,709 79 
684 48 

142,025 31 



822 00 


810 00 


1,372 00 


822 00 


822 00 


1,065 00 


490 23 


361 71 



21 15 

27,377 21 
11,977 26 

2 00 

312 50 

1,456 00 

.30 00 
10 50 

28 50 



47,780 06 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



r-37 



Customs : JHlscellaneous — Conclvded. 



Brought forward. 



Specially voted : John Bain, for special services as secretary to Tariff Commission 
Inquiry, $1,000 ; Jno. McUougald, for special services in connection with revision of 

tantf, §500 ; widow of late Jos. Coveney, gratuity of 2 months' salary, §90 

General Acct>unts — 

Bank of Monti eal : exchange on cheque 

Butterworth & Co., Ottawa : 1 doz. wire nii)per» 

Campbell, N. W., Ottawa : bottles and cork.s, 2 doz 

Carson, Hugh, Ottawa : 3 doz. leather tags, $7.20 ; travelling case, §12 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa: cigar sc'.ales, (5 at .§G ; coal .'screens, 2atS7.75; hammers, 2/2 

doz., $15.75 ; locks and kej'i^, 13 doz.. $1.52.87 ; nail pullers, 19 at $1.50 ; scales, 7 at 

$9 ; sugar tins, 500 at 4c. ; tea tins, 500 at 3Ac. ; truck, $17 ; small hardware, $26.85, 

Chemists' and Surgeons' Supply Co. Ltd., Montreal : 15 condensers 

Collector of Customs, Ottawa : duty on goods imported 

Dept. of Inland Revenue : 2 petroleonieters 

Dominion Express Co. : express charges 

Dring & Fage, London, Eng. : 2 doz. bung rods 

(iaunt, J. R., & Son, Ltl., Biruiingham : gilt buttons, 25 gross 

Higgerty, Chas., Ottawa : brokerage on cu.stoms entries .... 

Lyman, Sons & Co., Montreal : scale and weights 

May, Geo. & Sons, Ottawa : .sample case 

National Limited, Ottawa : flaps, 15 ft., 6 at $10.. 50 ; 9 ft., 34 at $4.50 ._ 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., Ltd., Ottawa : plated badges, 50 at GOc. ; altering numljers on 

do., $15; repairing daters and numerators, $4(5.09; rubber stamps, 137, $34.91 ; 

model daters, 187 at $2 ; Bates numerator, $11.25 ; items under $10, $20.93 

Thornton & Truman, Ottawa ; sundry maciiinists' work 



Less — Repaid by railway companies for special officers at United States points : Grand 
Trunk Ry., Chicago, $810 ; Grand Trimk Ry., Portland, §822 ; Great Northern Ry., 
Seattle, $1,0()5 ; Minnesota Transfer Co., St. Paul, $822; Northern Pacific Ry., 
Duluth, $1,370 ; Wabash Ry., Chicago, $822 



Maintenance of Revenue Cruisers. 

Department of Marine and Fisheries, maintenance of revenue steamer Constance, to March 

31, r.)07 (for details see Part P— ) 

Duncan, Jas. : advance for travel 

Gordon, J. W., North Sydney : one half of hire of steamer Zaidee, 9 m. to March 31, 1907. . . 
Sloop-rigged sail-boat Puritan ($75.61) — 

S. Melanson & Son, Bathurst Village ; provisions, $39.99; sundry hardware supplies, 
$4.83.. 

H. & S. Veit, Gaspe : provisions, $28.24 ; sundry hardware supplies, $2.55 ... 

Steam launch Lucij Cliie, Halifax, ($1,673.76)^ 

Boak, G. E. & Co., Halifax : 27^ tons coal 

Ferguson & Cox, Halifax : repairs to boiler : supplies &c., $70.96; time of mechanics 
and ironworkers, .$628.50 

Halifax Coal Co. : 12 tons coal 

Halifax Graving Dock Co.. Ltd. : hauling launch on marine railway 

Hillis & Sons, Ltd., flalifax : 70 grate bars, $50.70 ; oil stove, $5. 15 

Howell, W. W. & Co., Halifax : various repairs 

Judge, P. & Son, Halifax : water supply, 9 m. to March, 81, 1907 

Longard Bros., Halifax : coppersmi thing, .$4i.75 ; small supplies and repairs, $59.52. . . . 

McPherson, D., Halifax ; carpentering, .$63.45 ; lumber, repairs &c., $19.58 

Robertson, W. & Son, Halifax : hardware &c 



Secret Preventive Service. 

Amount expended by Justice Department 



$ cts. 
47,780 06 

1,590 00 

15 

2 00 

2 60 

19 20 



392 97 
20 25 
37 52 
2(» 00 
54 80 
57 00 

164 27 

2 30 

17 15 

5 50 

216 00 



538 78 
87 60 

50,998 15 

5,711 00 
4.5,287 15 



18,812 13 


15<) 00 


1,725 00 


44 82 


30 79 


155 29 


699 46 


61 79 


10 00 


61 85 


330 11 


37 50 


104 27 


83 03 


130 46 


22,436 50 



3,711 16 



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AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



miscellaneous: Unforeseen Expensest 

Gratuities of two months' salary to families of deceased officers : R. Bell, gauger, Toronto, 
$200; J. P. Bixby, preventive officer, St. Stephen, .S108,33; O. A. Brown, preventive 
officer, St. Stephen, .?50 ; F. Donald, sub-collector, Carleton Place, $100 ; J. Duff, tide- 
waiter, St. John, $100 ; J. H. Dunlop, sub-collector, Liverpool, N.S., .$150 ; A. C. Gau- 
thier, tidewaiter, Montreal, $91.60; E. Harold, sub-collector, Centreville, N.B., $66.66; 
D. Kerr^ preventive officer, Baddeck, $20; D. Keswick, ti'iewater, Chatham, N.B., .$50; 
A. M. Kinnear, landing waiter, Paris, $100 ; F. G. McCrady, examining officer, Brock- 
ville, .$83.83; A. J. MacKenzie, surveyor, Hamilton, $250; W. Neish, clerk, Kingston, 
$166.66; H. E. Peltier, preventive officer, Montreal, .$100; E. F. Redmond, tidewaiter, 
Montreal, $91.06; F. A. Sinclair, assi.stant appraiser, Winnipeg, $183. .33; A. K. Smith, 
preventive officer, Barrington, N.S., $.33.33; H. A. Sormany, sub-collector, Shippegan, 
N.B., $100 ......!... 



Mlscellaneou!: : To repay I. G. Baker & Co., Custom Duties. 

I. G. Baker & Co., Grand Falls, Mont. : Customs duties paid in N. W. Territories during 
fiscal year ended June 30, ISSO, on supplies for Northwest Mounted Police and for De- 
partment of Indian Affairs (voted) 



miscellaueons < Army and Navy Commutation. 

Allowance to officer of Army Pay Department, Halifax, in lieu of remission of customs duties 



$ cts. 



2,044 96 



2,033 07 



15 63 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



1905-1906. 



Cujstoms Department : Revenue. 



Summary. 

46,053,376 8!) 'Customs (Page F— 39) 

76,090 53 Customs seizures ( « F— 50) 

1,176 05 Casual revenue ( " F — 60) 



1906-1907. 
9 months. 



46,130,044 07 


19,171,340 43 


15,480,378 SO 


2,247,525 67 


1,4.58,545 88 


98,734 70 


3,850,576 17 


109,662 45 


440,010 33 


203,618 24 


3,3.38,390 21 


284,971 66 


3,680 17 


46,688,034 21 


634,657 32 


46,053,376 89 


46,671,101 20 


8,828 55 


6,320 68 


1,758 78 


46,688,009 21 


25 00 


46,688,034 il 



Customs. 

Ontario (Page 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward I.sland 

Manitoba 

Northwest Territories 

Alberta -■ ■ ■ 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 

British Post Office parcels 



F— 40) 
F— 40) 
F— 41) 
F— 41) 
F— 41) 
F-41) 



$ cts. 

39,717,078 53 

46,748 59 

2,062 89 



39,765,890 01 



(Page 



F— 42) 
F— 42) 
F-42) 

F-42) 
F— 42) 



Less— Refunds (Page F — 45) 

Drawbacks ( „ F-45) 



.S372,324 68 
207,169 50 



Cnstoms Revenue by Services. 

Duties , 

Bonding wai-ehouse fees (a) 

Warehouse storage fees (Page F — 44) 

Sale of unclaimed goods , { m F — 44) 



326,241 45 
279,484 34 
608,725 10 
269,841 60 
74,022 19 
826,633 06 



629,589 57 
263,511 95 
:,820,(;62 86 
193,768 53 
4,092 06 



40, 296, .572 71 



579,494 18 



39,717,078 53 



Plus— Decrease of balances at ports. 



40,290,171 70 

""4,993 "40' 
1,407 61 



40,296,572 71 



40,296,572 71 



(i.) See lettsr page F-Gl. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



1905-1906. 



$ cts. 



31, 

115, 

193, 

13, 

290, 

479, 

93, 

194, 

30, 

70, 

28, 

22, 

406, 

109, 

34, 

64, 

153, 

1,564, 

16, 

35. 

55, 

177, 

25, 

855, 

27, 

2. 

14! 

379, 



890 09 
589 65 
566 07 
374 30 
193 62 
330 58 
975 42 
191 47 
505 44 
470 81 
8S9 91 
077 87 
.568 16 
5S1 69 
401 40 
433 77 
170 74 
24;» 63 
147 66 
840 09 
328 01 
395 91 
465 50 
661 18 
444 50 
904 12 
250 74 
019 23 



Customs Revenne by Ports* 



Ontario. 



50, 

955, 

58, 

48, 

43, 

369, 

27 

195, 

102, 

290. 

309, 

41, 

149, 

241, 

231, 

9,734, 

24, 

13, 

9, 

721, 

67, 



.S25 69 
177 26 
295 57 
993 85 
415 91 
658 79 
413 05 
432 12 
294 87 
755 06 
171 03 
249 98 
125 79 
810 28 
440 63 
381 59 
775 32 
569 89 
070 99 
202 01 
560 29 



Aniherstburg.. . . 
Belleville. ...... 

Berlin 

Bowmaiivillp . . . 

Brantf. ird 

Bridgeburg 

BrockviUe 

Chatham 

Cobourff 

Collingwood. . . . 

Cornwall 

Deserunto 

Fort William. . 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Goderich 

Guelp'i 

Hamilton 

Hope 

Tngersoll 

Ktnora 

[Kingston 

Lindsay 

London 

Midland 

Morrisburg 

Napanee 

Niagara Falls. , . 

OriUia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound . . . 

Paris 

Parry Sound. . . . 
Peterboro' . . . . 

Picton 

Port Arthur. . . 

Prescott 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Simcoe 

Stratford 

St. Catharines. 

St. Thomas 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Wallaceburg. . . . 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



19,171,340 43 



3,898 97 



11,744 

11,072 

3,740 

16,748 

811 

13,280,688 

8,760 

740 

1,50.3,092 

18,037 

182,426 

20,085 

31,402 



Quebec. 



Abercom 

Athelstan .... 

Coaticook 

Cookshire .... 

Gaspe 

02 iHemmingford 

55 Mansonville . . 
95 Montreal .... 

56 Paspebiac .... 



15,093,249 91 



Perce 

Quebec 

Rimouski . . 
Sherbrooke . 
Sorel .... 
Stanstead . 



Carried forward 12,897,072 62 



9 Months to 
March 31, 'o7. 



31, 

74, 

167, 

8, 

308, 

326, 

135, 

178, 

24, 

49, 

31, 

14, 

316, 

98, 

43 

49, 

148, 

1,340 

15 

8.?; 

147: 

25 
708 

10, 
9, 

12, 
162, 

35, 

50, 
769, 

45, 

38, 

32, 
283, 

20, 
226, 
124, 
288; 
298, 

38, 

118. 

206, 

235, 

8,198, 

19. 

11. 

6. 

615, 

64 



cts. 

121 83 
b03 38 
339 09 
688 61 
104 58 
347 73 
857 46 
772 69 
935 48 
602 54 
317 26 
489 28 
344 44 
324 72 
029 64 
150 06 
560 99 
824 38 
276 90 
714 18 
052 58 
176 90 
639 10 
355 19 
513 90 
546 00 
327 51 
894 28 
114 89 
042 61 
810 62 
526 52 
303 41 
156 00 
058 83 
565 01 
232 01 
762 56 
158 50 
481 45 
147 77 
701 39 
489 39 
790 98 
815 55 
916 71 
212 11 
830 03 
667 48 
546 93 



16,326,241 45 



3,560 58 

7,.S09 49 

10,926 21 

3,186 26 

4,025 77 

549 57 

542 91 

436,645 10 

7,349 49 

515 98 

,156,856 40 

10,751 72 

167,652 13 

42,767 45 

44,433 56 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



1905-1906. 



$ cts. 
15,093,249 91 



Customs Revenue by Vorta— Continued. 



9 Months to 
March 31, '07. 



^tiffccc— Concluded. 
. Brought forward 



4,390 90 St. Armand . . 

42,410 94 St. Hvaciatlie. 

177,955 90 :St. .Johns 

1'26,709 24 Three Rivers . 



35,001 35 


15,480,378 30 


89,969 65 


6,084 32 


6,571 13 


575 20 


955 81 


647 62 


12,746 96 


3,582 79 


92,329 06 


1,587,924 47 


12,638 62 


2,418 13 


343 46 


43,612 37 


6,540 57 


41,106 05 


40,734 63 


856 98 


8,947 39 


2,916 98 


1,.541 39 


1,630 78 


146,445 11 


66,699 15 


1,916 76 


8,035 94 


59,754 35 


2,247,525 67 


4,672 38 


22,739 18 


11,226 04 


2,276 02 


49,241 38 


6,450 68 


60,111 74 


5,249 81 


5,178 40 


1,213,061 41 


40,597 60 


37,741 24 


1,458,545 88 


87,623 89 


11,110 81 


98,734 70 


192,635 68 


37,251 97 



Nova Scotia. 



Amherst 

Annapolis 

Antigonish . 

.Ariehat 

Baddeck 

Barrington 

Canso 

r>igby 

Glace Bay 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockejxjrt 

Lunenburg 

Middleton 

New Glasgow ... 

North Sydney 

Parrsboro 

Pictou . . 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood ... 

Shelburne 

Sydney .... 

Truro.' 

Weymouth 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 



Neio Brunswick. 



Bathurst 

Campbellton , 

Chatham 

Dalhousie 

Fredericton 

McAdam .Junction . 

Moncton 

Newcastle 

Sackville 

St. .John 

St. Stephen 

Woodstock 



Prince Edward Island. 



Charlottetown . 
Summerside . . . 



3,620,688 52 



3,850,576 17 



Manitoba. 

Brandon 

Emerson 

Portage la Prairie 

Winnipeg 



$ cts. 

12,897,072 62 

3,804 03 

37,240 88 

139,693 82 

160,511 27 

41,161 72 



13,279,484 34 



96,539 14 

4,563 82 

4,765 43 

118 53 

753 82 

6,136 51 

2,191 41 

2,102 72 

29,907 82 

,133,087 91 

10,995 62 

2,708 75 

250 80 

14,433 23 

5,624 99 

34,673 41 

32,966 35 

2,-J62 94 

6,438 94 

1,227 59 

3,424 03 

750 97 

116,767 40 

46,685 29 

1,398 91 

41838 07 

43,111 20 



1,608,725 10 



4,842 58 
15,892 27 

9,277 63 
13,588 39 
41,528 95 

6,011 63 
49,943 72 

9,587 33 

5,782 82 

,037,499 08 

38,051 52 

37,8.S5 68 



1,269,841 60 



66,620 84 
7,395 35 



74,022 19 



199,535 42 

15,677 43 

466,699 48 

3,144,720 73 



3,826,633 06 



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AUBITOR QENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



19051906. 


Customs Revenue by Ports — Continued. 


9 months to 
March 31, '07. 


$ cts. 
43,560 89 


Calgaiy 




Northwest Territories. 


§ cts. 


7,934 02 


EdincsTiton 

Lethbridge. . . . 








28,476 74 








8,728 82 


North Portal 
Regina 

Calgary 

Edmonton 








20,955 98 








109,662 45 


Alberta. 




238,451 98 


340,717 77 


96,422 02 






134,231 47 


105,730 33 


Lethbridge 


154,640 33 




North Portal , . 
Regina 




Saskatchewan. 




440,610 33 


629,589 57 


80,408 21 


76,183 09 


123,210 03 






187,328 86 




Grand Forks . . . 




British Columlia, 




203,618 24 


263,511 95 


112,923 61 


91,166 41 


4,545 77 


Kaslo 

Nanaimo 






4,836 90 


82,681 21 






64,167 64 


221,687 33 


Nelson 


158,138 77 


187,349 65 


New Westmins 
Prince Rupert . 
Revelstoke. . , . 


tcr 




91,176 04 








19 80 








64,197 47 


56,360 76 


Rossland .... 
Vancouver. . . . 
Victoria 






43,602 95 


1,862,758 64 






1,621,976 69 


810,083 24 






681,380 13 




Dawson 




Yukon Territory, 




3,338,390 21 


2,820,662 86 


225,756 78 


160,208 03 


59,214 88 


White Horse - 


33,560 50 




British Post OfBce parcels . 
Bond 

Belleville 






284,971 66 


193,768 53 


3,680 17 


4,092 06 




Ing W^areliouse Feesi 

Ontario, 




40 00 




60 00 


Berlin 




40 00 
31 00 


Brantford 

Bridgeburg 




20 00 


Brockville 




120 00 


Chatham 




20 00 


Fort William. 
Hamilton 








202 00 








20 00 


Kenora 




40 00 


Kingston 




161 00 


London 




12 00 


Niagara Falls . 
Ottawa 








280 00 








74 00 


Owen Sound 




1 00 


Paris 




20 00 


Peterboro , 






, Carried forward 




1,141 00 





CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



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1905-1906. 



S cts. 
1,141 00 



GO GO 
40 00 
20 00 

20 00 
413 00 

87 00 



20 00 

1,399 60 

20 00 

320 00 
40 00 
40 00 
60 00 
53 33 
65 00 
34 00 

loo 00 
40 00 



20 00 
20 00 

620 00 
20 00 

180 00 
40 00 
40 00 
20 00 

100 00 

120 00 



20 00 
20 00 
22 77 
443 00 
20 00 



40 00 
20 00 



80 00 
386 66 



80 00 
40 00 
40 00 



Bonding Warehouse Fees — Continued. 



. Brought forward . 



Ontario— Continued. 



Port Arthur. . . 
St. Catharines. 

Sarnia 

Stratford 

Toronto , 

Windsor 



9 Months to 
March 31, '07. 



S cts. 



Quebec. 



Cookshlre 

Montreal 

Paspebiac 

Quebec 

Rimouski 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. .John 

Sherbrooke... . 

Sorel 

.Stanstead 

Three Rivers. . 
Valleyfield. . . . 



Nova Scotia. 



Amherst 

Annapolis .... 

Halifax 

Lockeport .... 
Lunenburg . . . 
New Glasgow . 
North Sydney. 
Shelburne .... 

Sydney 

Yarmouth .... 



6,365 26 



New Brunswick. 



Campbell ton . 
Chatham . . . . 

MoTicton 

St. John , 

Woodstock.. . 



Prince Edward Island. 



Charlottetown . 
Summerside . . . 



Manitoba. 



Brandon. . 
Winnipeg. 



North7ccst Territories. 



Calgary . . . 
Edmonton . 
Regina . . . . 



.Carried forward. 



P-44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



190J-1906. 



Bonding Warebonse Fees — Concluded. 



$ cts. 
G,3G5 26 



12 00 



40 00 



40 00 

100 00 

101 29 
100 00 

20 00 
480 00 
320 00 



1,250 00 



Calgary 



Repfina . 



Grand Forks 

Naiiaiiiio 

Nelson 

New Westminster 

Rossland 

Vancouver . . . . 
Victoria 



8,828 55 



2,331 05 



3,122 43 
440 37 



23 45 



403 38 



6,320 6» 



24 14 
13 59 



6 67 

'472"38 



44 30 



543 85 
11 00 



1,115 93 



Dawson 



Toronto 



Montreal . 
Quebec . . . 



Charlottetown . 



Victoria . 



. Brought forward 

A Ihcrta. 



Saskatchewan. 



British Columbia. 



Yukon Territory. 



Warehouse Storage Fees. 

Ontario. 



Quebec. 



Prince Edward Island. 



British Columbia. 



Sale of Unclaimed Goods, &c. 



Ontario — 

Chatham 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Nia,;?ara Falls. . . 

Toronto 

Ottawa 

Sault Ste Marie 

Windsor 

Quebec — 

Montreal 

Quebec 



.Carried forward. 



9 Months to 
March 31, '07. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 
1,911 32 



2,644 05 
279 76 



41 07 



117 20 



4,993 40 



7 66 



10 00 
203 84 
242 70 
171 58 



405 44 



1,041 22 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-45 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



1905-1906 


Sale of Unclaimed Goods, ice— 


•Continued. 




9 Months to 
March 31, '07. 


$ cts. 
1,115 93 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
1,011 22 

63 29 


378 64 


Xova Scotia — 
Halifax ... 




Kiiitville .. . 


1 79 


8 4'5 


North Sydney 




2 05 


Windsor 




3 99 


New Brunswick — • 
St. John ■■ •• 


105 83 


229 83 


Manitoba — • 
Winnipeg 


166 26 




British Columbia — 
Vancouver 


29 22 


19 88 


Victoria 






Customs Refunds. 

Ontario 




1,758 78 


1,407 61 


150,061 00 


146,176 68 

138,692 41 

21 677 46 


127,104 72 


(Quebec 


34,439 11 


Nova Scotia 


7,881 82 


New Brunswick 






3,673 62 
268 02 


420 82 


Prince Edward Island 




26,710 25 


Manitoba 


29,857 78 


1,248 97 




7,957 67 


Alberta ... 

Saskatchewan 






6,170 75 
503 64 


1,584 93 






32,321 40 


British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 






25,276 62 


2,072 86 






27 70 




Customs Drawbacks. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 


(Page F- 

( ,1 F- 

( „ F- 

( „ F— 

( II F— 


47) 
48) 
48) 
49) 
49) 
49) 
49) 




391,803 55 


372,324 68 


198,869 04 

18,884 00 

9,013 62 

571 37 

78 23 


169,653 86 

15.405 32 

6,131 99 

1,101 21 

70 66 


1,160 70 
14,276 81 


Manitoba 

British Columbia 


( .. F- 

( .. F— 


677 16 
14,129 30 






242,853 77 


207,169 50 


92,167 87 


112 048 69 




Asbestos fibre 


346 03 


327 12 


Automobiles 

Axles and sjirings 






4,174 63 
152 53 








65 40 


Bags containing beef 

II linseed cake 








84 87 






166 99 


15,820 91 


If flour, oatmeal, &c 


10,225 88 

8,019 82 

418 69 


9,378 38 


II rice flour and meal . 


Barrels containing salt fish 


531 38 


II whale oil 


651 92 


536 49 






75 38 


Boots and shoes 


604 80 


15,763 41 




19,294 55 
61 84 




Butter casks 


219 92 




114 27 


201 63 


II tins 






835 06 




Butter and cheese in bo.xes, &c 




345 83 




Canned clams 


997 88 


7,609 03 


II salmon 


1 620 61 


637 22 


Cane chairs . 


842 72 
164 58 


129 05 




3,8()8 60 


Carriages, carts 


1,506 62 


568 65 




189 74 


Cheese, wax, &c 


296 90 
93 95 








148,175 05 


162,984 84 



jr-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



1905-1906. 



Custom** Drawbacks by Services — Continued. 



9 Months to 
March 31, '07. 



$ cts , 

148,175 05 

1,203 13 



169 90 
914 44 
14G 74 
200 86 
1,725 14 



789 39 

45 93 

60 95 

3,092 62 



96 36 



220 09 
28 71 

895 58 
49 64 

420 77 

273 98 



710 36 

2^33365 
756 37 
202 15 



178 89 

137 66 

59,511 51 



54 64 

1,733 42 

136 41 

7.366 94 



825 80 

5,504 01 

2,864 71 

42 17 

117 58 

1,387 44 

126 71 

114 50 

145 04 



94 53 
242,853 77 



.Brought forward. 



Condensed milk 

Closet seats 

Corsets 

Doors 

Dynamite 

Egg products 

Electric sockets, &c . . . 

Electric meters 

Engines 

Fence po.sts 

Force food 

Fulminate of mercury . 

Furniture 

Handles 

Hardware 

Horseshoe nails 

Harness 



Ink, lithographers 

Iron pipe 

Jars, lobster 

II cheese 

Match splints 

Metallic roofing . . . 
Neckwear 



Opium for smoking . . 

Oiled clothing 

Ore buggies 

Organs and pianos . . 

Paint and putty 

Parchment paper . . . 

Printing press 

Pulleys, wood 

Paper, lithographed 

Quaker oats 

Quilting. 



Rug patterns 

Saw-mill machinery 

Sewing machines 

Ship materials 

Steam boilers 

Shoe polish 

Steel bars, shafting, &c 

Syrup and sugar . . 

Tablets, iron-ox 

Tin tops for corks 

Tables, &c.. 

Typewriters 

Umbrellas 



Underwear 

Wall paper 

Waist and skirt holders . . , 

Whitewear 

Wooden pipe, wire wound 
Windmills, &c 



$ cts. 

162,984 84 

716 31 
78 31 
103 66 
369 15 
227 00 



348 42 

186 47 

155 92 

IG 25 

4,020 05 



23 10 
1,913 47 
1,722 04 

34 10 



34 03 



,484 37 

96 39 

137 61 

74 00 

,629 25 

730 97 

24 37 

,782 32 

951 20 



31 78 

497 23 

300 51 

,907 73 

58 79 

26 75 

282 27 



1,564 62 

3a 54 

947 89 

351 04 

,186 06 
892 36 
144 94 
166 97 

,038 "38 



148 40 
141 48 
,603 16 



207,169 50 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-47 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ariuy and iVavy — Refunds. 

Halifax. 

Cable steamers — 

Mackay-Beiinett 

Minia 

Canadian Ordnance 

Dominion SS. — 

Canada 

Aberdeen 

Gulnare 

Lady Laurier 

Petrel 

Princess 

Tyrian 

Dredge, W.S. Fielding 

II St. Lawrence 

General Cominandin"' H.M.'s Troops, 

Koyal Canadian Engineers 

Royal Dockyard 

Royal N.W.M. Police SS. Adventure, 

H. M.'s Ship ' Edgar' 

II Surveying Ship 'Ellinor' 

French 'Cable Steamers— 

Contre- Admiral Caubet 

Pouyer Quertier 

French War Ships — 

Desaix 

Jurif n-de-la-Gravure 

La Voisiem 

German War Ship 'Panther' 



Vnncourcr. 

Army Ordnance Corps 

H.M.'s Ships— 

Egeria 

Shearwater 

Italian R. N. Ship 'Dogali '. 

U. S. Ships- 
Chicago 

Gedney 



$ cts. 



Victoria. 



Army Ordnance Corps 

H. M.'s Troops at Esquimalt. 

R, A. and R. E 

Station Hospital 

H. M.'sShips- 

Egeria 

Shearwater 

U. S. Ships- 

A rcata 

Boston 

Chicago 

Columbine 

Gedney 

Gen. Wilson 

Heather 

McArthur 

McCulloch 

Paul Jones 

Perry 

Preble 

Princeton 

Thetis 

Italian R. N. Ship 'Dogali' 



1,075 52 


1,305 44 


25 25 


If) 50 


28 08 


9 50 


24 67 


7 20 


13 00 


110 23 


30 35 


17 17 


2 35 


79 72 


4 67 


096 57 


8 41 


36 56 


1,040 54 


274 20 


71 00 


■ 2 12 


85 20 


37 66 


5,002 51 



61 17 

197 61 
496 62 
129 81 

181 85 
131 35 

1,198 41 



16 98 


135 33 


177 93 


41 39 


256 89 


477 36 


237 53 


321 74 


1,395 38 


167 73 


33 75 


41 SO 


131 65 


185 72 


83 49 


204 33 


429 19 


121 74 


370 08 


733 54 


9 56 



5,573 11 



Customs Drawbacks. 

Ontario. 

Berlin {.S5,669 11)— 

Braniiu Bros 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co 

Seagram, Joseph E ... 

Snider, E. W. B .'.[.'. 

Bowmanville — 

Dominion Organ and Piano Co . 
Brantford (§74,898,14)— 

Brantford Carriage Co 

Brantford Milling Co 

Cockshutt Plow Co 

Massey-Harris Co 

Waterous Engine Works Co 

Mood Bros 

Brockville— Smart, James Mfg. Co. 
Chatham (-5390. 28)— 

Gray, Wm. & Sons Co 

Taylor, W. H. Co 

Collingwood ($169.84)— 

Andrews, Thos 

Morrill, Pvobert J 

Wilson, Peter K 

Gait -Goldie Milling Co 

Goderich (.$1,126.55)— 

Doherty, W. & Co 

Malcolm, .A ndrew 

Seaforth Milling Co ..'..'. 

Thomson, Walter & Son 

Western Canada Flour Mills Co. . 
Guelph (.'S718..50)— 

Bell Piano & Organ Co 

Goldie, James Co 

Ciuelph Spring and Axle Co 

Wilson, James & Sons 

Hamilton ($6,040.08)— 

Canadian Drawn Steel Co 

Dally, F. F. Co 

Duncan Lithographing Co 

Elsworth, Edward & Co 

International Harvester Co 

Reid Pre?s . . . . . . 

Union Drawn Steel Co 

Ingersoll (.^11,163.75)— 
"Borden's Condensed Milk Co 

Inger.soll Packing Co 

Noxon Co , 

Riley, C. W 

Tiiison Co ;;■■ 

Kingston (.§946.23)— 

Calvin Co 

Hedley-Shaw Milling Co .'.'.' 

Lind.say— Flavelle Milling Co 

London (.«!49.99)— 

Leonard, E. & Son 

Thomson, Walter & Son 

Owen Sound (S785.52)— 

Kennedy, Wm. & Sons 

North American Bent Chair Co. . . 

Peterboro— Quaker Oats Co ... , 

Port Arthur— Morrill, Robt. J 

Prescott— Wiser, J. P. & Sons 

Stratford (81,811. 79)— 

Carter, G., Son & Co 

Maxwell, David & Sons 

McCahill Neil & Co 

McLeod Milling Co 

Stewart Bros 



St. Catharines (.?4,391 .46)— 

Hedley Shaw Milling Co 

Wellaiid Vale Mfg. Co 

St. Thomas— Campbell, John Co., 

Carried forward 



$ Ota. 



404 31 

37 62 

5,213 85 

13 33 

152 33 

1,192 07 

12 94 
10.207 77 
63,090 13 

282 27 
.52 36 
98 81 

313 95 
76 33 

11 55 

13 20 
145 09 

34 79 

839 42 
23 10 
46 24 
31 18 

186 61 

289 06 

27 72 

152 53 

249 19 



131 26 


947 89 


45 14 


4,020 05 


611 99 


99 74 


184 01 


296 99 


159 79 


9,881 14 


296 90 


528 93 


169 59 


776 64 


62 57 


35 54 


14 45 


35 77 


749 75 


4,907 73 


50 09 


73 45 


36 74 


676 73 


164 45 


6.50 07 


253 80 


2.498 49 


1,892 97 


622 07 



1$ 114,163 08 



F-48 



AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Customs Dranrbacks — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Ontario — Continued. 

Toronto ($35,170.19)— 

Allen MffC. Co 

Aluminum and Crown Stopper Co. . 

Brown, W. B. & Co 

Campbell Milling Co 

Canada Cork Co 

Canadian Shipbuilding Co 

CarttT Crunie Co 

Crouipton Corset Co 

Cuii-ie, E. & S 

Dodge Mfg. Co 

Eclipse Whitewear Co 

Eisman Novelty Mfg. Co 

Harris Lithographing Co 

Hedley Shaw Milling Co 

Maclaren Imperial Clieese Co , 

Massey-Harris Co 

Metallic Roofing Co 

Miller, R. R 

Paper Goods Co 

Plewes, David 

Poison Iron Works Co 

Queen City Printing Ink Co.. 

Rolph & Clark 

Shaw, Charles O.. 

Toronto Lithographing Co . 

Tower Canadian Oiled Clothing Co. 

Watson, Robert J 

Trenton-Giimour Door Co . 

Windsor ($19, 276.%)— 

Ford Motor Co. of Canada 

Iron-Ox Remedy Co 

Page Wire Fence Co 

Sangamo Electric Co 

Walker, Hiram & Sons 

Woodstock ($668. 48)- 

Hay&Co 

Karn, D. W 

Thomas Organ & Piano Co 



Quebec. 

Montre.al($14,818.93)— 

Alexander, James 

Asbestos and Asbestic Co 

Ayer, A. A. & Co 1 

Canada Linseed Oil Co 

CoUingwood Shipbuilding Co 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co 

Duncan Electric Co 

Fecteau, Ferdinand 

La ( 'ie Poutbriand 

Mahaffy, David 

Montreal Quilting Co 

Montreal Rolling Mills Co 

Mount Royal Milling & Mfg. Co. 

Munderloh & Co 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co 

Slater Shoe Co 

Williams Mfg. Co 

Quebec (.S'foO.47)— 

Bheune, W 

Degagne, A 

Dussault, J. B 

Edson Fitch Co . . 

Gagnon, A. and O. Tremblay . . . 

Heppell, Ernest 

Kaine, B. J 

Lavoie, T. & J 



$ cts. 
114,163 08 



Carried forward. 



19 15 


26 14 


95 27 


124 29 


118 80 


1,826 51 


31 78 


103 66 


74 00 


497 23 


122 33 


148 40 


33 96 


293 01 


1,4:^8 85 


27,464 03 


137 61 


97 53 


93 95 


733 89 


676 62 


34 03 


33 07 


130 00 


88 60 


658 54 


74 94 


369 15 


4,174 63 


892 36 


16 25 


186 47 


14,007 25 


166 97 


172 56 


328 95 



169,653 86 



61 84 


346 08 


345 8o 


74 72 


1,409 80 


54 (15 


136 80 


30 97 


165 80 


383 75 


58 79 


1,722 04 


7.799 94 


211 62 


373 12 


604 80 


1,038 38 


32 51 


16 07 


40 10 


96 39 


40 80 


47 27 


14 77 


32 15 



15,138 99 



^Customs Drawbacks — Contmued. 
Brought forward 

Quebec — Con. 

Quebec^ C(ni. 

McGill, Joseph 

Paradis, G. .T 

Price Bros. & Co 

Russell, Wm 

Sherbrooke — 

Canadian Rand Drill Co. ... 



Nova Scotia. 



Annapolis — Pickels & Mills 

Antigonish — Canada Milk Condensing 

Co 

Arichat (.$63.49)— 

Conway, Patrick 

Hindslice, Hiram 

Rogers, Theo 

Sampson, Henry 

Barrington ($91.96)- 

McGill, Joseph 

Nickerson & Kenney 

Can so ($26.39)— 

George, John L 

Items under $10 

Halifax ($2,165 23)— 

Acadia Powder Co , 

Allen, Howard M 

Brandram-Henderson 

Hooi)er, Albert B 

Mora^li, Isaac 

Routledge. Robert 

Smith & ^^roctor 

Webber, Arthur 

Liverpool ($434. 14)— 

Millard, John 

Mulhall, D. C 

Lunenburg ($616. 18)— 

Millard, John 

Nova Scotia Oiled Clothing Co 

Robar, B 

Schnare, Henry 

Smith, Richard W 

Smith, VV. C. &Co 

Young, Austin 

Young, John B 

New Glasgow (.f;iu8.02)— 

Badey & Underwood 

Garrett, John E 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co 

Parrsboro' ($383.32)— 

Cochrane, John W 

Huntley, D. A 

Port Hawkesbury— Embree. H. W. & 

Son ■ 

Shelburne($516.15)— 

Bower Bros 

Cox, George A 

McGill, John 

McGowan, John A 

Truro ($257 55)— 

Dominion Chair Co 

Maritime Hat and Cap Co 

Windsor ($327. 53)— 

Anthony, Wm 

Marsters, T. A 

McKinley, Thos. W 

Yarmouth ($349.60)— 

Boudreau, James A. . . . 

Boudreau, Mark , 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
15,138 99 



69 49 

4 14 

17 23 

29 55 

155 92 



15,405 32 

360 33 

419 32 

6 90 
10 89 
24 47 
21 23 

34 54 

57 42 

10 14 
16 25 

227 00 

18 24 
951 20 

34 01 
6 95 

64 84 
835 06 

27 93 

103 52 

330 62 

167 85 
72 43 
30 13 
41 36 

168 51 
62 45 

8 66 
64 79 

56 90 
26 75 
24 37 

244 03 
139 29 

12 78 

16 75 

163 fo 

167 85 

168 55 

92 97 

164 58 

85 71 

98 80 

143 02 

11 35 
10 24 



5,803 98 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-49 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Customs Drawbacks — Con. 
Brought forward 

Nova Scotia— Con. 

Yarmouth — Con. 

Boudron, L 

Crovvell, H. S 

Duncan, James J 

INIcGowan, John A 

Pothier, Wm 

Rankin, Wilson 

Wyuian, Kussell B 

Items under 10 



Nciv Brunsivick. 

Chatham— Chiassou, E . . . . 
St. John (§54,45)— 

Dykemau, \V. A. E 

Pender, James & Co. . . 
St. Stephen ($1,038.15)— 

Carter, Thomas , 

Leavitt Bros. & Co. ... 

Items under $10 



Prince Edicard Island. 

Charlottetown (.?70.fi(5)— 

Cheverie, Joseph M 

Kickham, Thos 

Rose, M 



$ cts. 
5,803 98 




8 61 



20 35 
34 10 

16 85 

997 88 

23 42 

1,101 21 


6 74 
50 19 
13 73 



70 66 



Custoius Drawbacks — Con. 

Manitoba. 
Winnipeg — Ogilvie Flour Mills Co. . 

British Columbia. 

New Westminster — Columbia Flour 
ing Mills Co 

Vancouver (S!6,276. 90)— 

B. C. Packers' Association 

B. C. Sugar Refining Co 

Canadian Pipe Co 

Northern Canning Co 

Wallace Shipyards 

Victoria ($7,189. 30)— 

B. C. Rice Mills 

Columbia River Lumber Co 

Findlay, Durham & Brodie 

Mason, J. H 

Pacific Whaling Co 

Quong Man Fung & Co 

Shon Yuen & Co 

Tai Yune Lung Kee & Co 

Thad Sweek 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co 

Wallace Shipyards 



cts. 



677 16 



663 10 



358 74 


4,186 06 


1,603 16 


92 07 


36 87 


219 88 


58 62 


1,169 SO 


10 40 


651 92 


1,066 10 


531 25 


3,031 90 


408 29 


37 89 


3 25 



14,129 30 



1— 4f 



F-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Cii^itoins Seizures. 


Gross 
Receipts. 


Gross 
Payments. 


Net 
Revenue. 


Ontario 


$ cts. 

12,155 62 

16,682 61 

1,426 00 

4,194 fi8 

100 00 

9,324 24 

2,531 75 

629 60 

4,503 36 

11 44 

.52,836 68 

27,-546 74 


$ cts. 

8,175 73 

6,145 87 

757 23 

5,114 89 

'"'5, 745 56 

672 34 

939 11 

2,783 26 

"25, 4.39 "83' 

17,400 78 
12,018 93 


S CIS. 


Quebec ' 




Nova Scotia 




New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 




Saskatchewan 

Alberta 




British Columbia 




Yukon Territory 

Preventive series 




Special branch 




Seizures generally . 














131,942 12 


85,193 53 


46,748 59 


C'nstoms Seizures. 


Distribution 
(Page r— 53) 


Refunds 
(Page F— 58) 


Expenses 
(PageF-59) 


Total. 


Ontario. . . . 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 


S cts. 

3,985 12 

4,744 79 

5] 68 

3,029 11 

2,052 34 

252 87 

763 98 

1,805 81 

13,061 67 

12,812 02 


$ cts. 

3,963 89 

1,360 30 

615 00 

2,034 64 

3,693 22 

100 00 

102 00 

946 70 

10,995 69 

3,845 48 


$ cts. 

226 72 
40 78 
90 55 
51 14 


■S cts. 

8,175 73 

6,145 87 

757 23 


New Brunswick 


5,114 89 




5,745 56 

672 34 

939 11 

2,783 26 

25,439 83 

17,4ijO 78 


Saskatciiewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Preventive series 

Special branch 


319 47 

73 13 

30 75 

1,382 47 

743 28 

12,018 93 


Seizures general ly 


12,018 93 












42,559 39 


27,656 92 


14,977 22 


85,193 53 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT : REVENUE 



F-51 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Customs Seizures. 


Gross 
Receipts. 


Distribution 


Refunds. 


Expenses. 


Ontario. 

Bridgt'burg 

Krock ville 


S cts. 

2,238 68 
85 00 
18 50 
70 00 

869 08 

857 07 
67 10 

734 56 

7 56 

24 15 

180 00 
18 63 

4050 

645 35 
2,666 09 
3,632 75 


$ cts. 
472 43 


S cts. 
554 25 


S cts. 
18 00 


Coi'nwall 














127 37 


Hamilton 


230 29 
14 85 


825 68 
465 04 




^lorrisburg' 


8 35 


Niagara Falls 

Owen Sonnd 


369 03 

12 50 
38 94 

286 97 
34 81 

13 19 
21 12 


858 36 
305 93 
120 00 


42 00 


Port Arthur 


1 00 
5 00 


St. Catharines 






St. Thomas 






Sarnia 






Sault Ste. Marie 


125 00 
595 83 
113 80 


10 00 


Tcronto 


1,391 76 
1,099 23 

138 98 

25 70 

31 60 

3,585 25 

25 00 




Windsor 

Qiichcc. 
Abercorn 


15 00 


Hemmingford 
















Montreal 

Quebec . 


15.248 89 

61 00 

84 75 

565 25 

722 72 

576 00 
450 00 
100 00 


1,360 30 


27 50 


St. Armand 




3 00 


St. Johns 

Stanstead 


417 56 
520 70 

51 68 




5 28 
5 00 


Ifova Scotia. 


100 00 
375 00 


2 50 


North Sydney . . ■ 




PaiTsboro' 






Port Hawkesbury 






79 05 


Shelburne 


100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

50 00 

12 00 

1 50 

1,037 34 

1,888 64 

1,204 60 

100 00 




50 00 
90 00 


9 00 


Sydney 






^^ eymouth 




New Brunswick. 
Chti tham 


18 94 


27 00 




McAdam Junction 




Moncton 






Si. John 


1,726 60 

866 88 
416 69 


1,100 00 

867 64 

40 00 


27 64 




13 50 


Woodstock 


10 00 


Prince Edtoard Ishxnd. 
Charlottetown ..... 




Manitoba. 
Brandon 


50 49 






Emt r.son 


330 60 
8,993 64 

79 50 
2,452 25 


27 00 
3,666 22 




Winnipeg 


2,001 85 

252 87 




Sashitche2van. 
North Portal . 


1 00 




100 00 


318 47 






46,414 30 


14,115 91 


11,767 05 


728 66 



F-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Cnstoms Seizures* 



Brought forward. . . 
Alberta. 
Lethbridge 



British Columbia. 



Grand Forks 

Nanai ino 

New Westminster.- 

Vancouver 

Victoria 



Yukon Territory. 



White Horse 



Preventive Series . . 
Special Branch. . . . 
Seizures Generally. 



Gross 
Receipts. 



Distribution 



$ cts. 
46,414 30 

629 60 



452 50 

32 20 

123 00 

2,139 29 

1,756 37 



11 44 

52,836 68 
27,546 74 



131,942 12 



$ cts. 
14,115 91 

763 98 



256 76 
170 07 



1,338 92 
40 06 



13,061 67 
12,812 02 



42,559 39 



Refunds. 



Expenses. 



$ cts. 
11,767 05 

102 00 
358 00 



388 70 
200 00 



10,995 69 
3,845 48 



27,656 92 



$ cts. 
728 66 

73 13 
27 75 



3 00 



1,382 47 

743 28 

12,018 93 

14,977 22 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-53 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Distribution of Seizures. 



Ontario. 



Bridijchu ry 

Brnwu, K. li 

Clark, G. A 

House, W. T 

Lawsoli, James 

Moblo, John 

Pattison, F. T 

Kiselay, E. E 

Willsou, W. F 

Hamilton. ... 

Cape, John 

Mackenzie, A. il 

Thompson, John 

Kinyston 

Driver, Thoma.s 

Hamilton 

Niayura Falls 

Boyle, Arthur . . 

Buckley, G. E 

House," W. H 

Jefferies, F 

Parker, W. M 

Pearson, Wm 

Owen Sou nd 

Norton, X. P 

Malone, P. J 

Port Arthur 

Hodder, J. F . . . 

Jackson, H. B , 

Prescott 

Jessup, E 

Keeler, R. M 

Leahy, H 

Murdock, P. C 

St. CiitkarinfS 

Cuffe, J. E 

Hill, J. F 

Hodge, A 

Eanisden, J. A 

Sidey, S 

St. Thomas . . 

Ferguson, Daniel 

Morse, J 

Sarnia 

Almas, A. A 

Ellis, Charles S 

Watson, J. B 

Toronto 

Andrew, James ..... . 

Cuthbert, Robt 

Davidson, J. J . . . , 

Elliott, Charles 

Garrow, D 

Gray, Chas. L 

Hart, Daniel 

Head, John 

Hicks, J. H 

McCaffrv, J. R 

Miller, E. V/ 

;Mogan, M. F 

Patterson, Alex., Jr. (per J. L.) 

R.ice, A. B 

Westman, S. J 

Windsor 

Barnett, John 

Bennett, G. H 

Drouillard, A 

Dumond, P. E 



Total. 



$ cts. 
472 43 



230 23 



14 85 



369 03 



12 50 



38 94 



286 97 



34 81 



13 19 



To Seizing 
Otticer. 



For 
Informer. 



$ cts. 



74 67 

110 39 

2 92 



28 44 

29 03 
IS 55 
18 54 



115 1.". 



7 43 



1C7 50 

1 0> 

2 50 
10 50 

4 28 



3 1-2 
3 13 



18 70 



54 
1 

79 



6 CO 



21 12 



1,391 76 



10 13 



6 4G 
2 SO 
4 79 
4 78 



Carried forward. 



1,099 23 



4 07 
2 80 
252 79 
41S 79 
4 08 
6 46 
2 11 



46 73 

33 75 

1 18 

1 25 



3,985 12 1,589 25 



Collector's 
Commission. 



$ cts 



107 28 



26 25 



5 19 
'i69'95 
■■■7'42 



2 50 

5 50 

4 22 

167 50 



6 25 



16 50 



1 75 
122 62 



1 25 



6 59 



5 73 

4 38 



29 92 
6 75 
2 11 

20 60 



290 61 
218 50 



113 34 



47 52 
67 50 



1 25 
1,398 98 



cts. 



56 36 



3 50 



3 74 



26 77 



5 59 



88 



96 84 



F— 54 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Distribution of Seizures. 


Total. 


To Seizing 
Officer. 


For 
Informer. 


Collector's 
Commission. 


Ojifrt Wo — Concluded . 

Brought forward 


$ cts. 
3,985 12 


!S cts. 
1,.-j89 25 

158 06 
4 76 
3 43 


$ cts. 
1,398 98 

3i0 40 
4 76 


$ cts. 
96 84 


Windsm — Concluded. 
McKee, C. F 










St. Louis, F 






Smith, J. A 






43 97 


Tliompsou, M 




46 16 

47 96 
188 50 


46 16 

45 89 




Turk, John 






Welsh, W 
















3,085 12 


2,038 12 


1,806 19 


HO 81 


Quebec. 
Abercorn 


138 98 








Allen, W 


28 00 
12 93 


28 00 
12 91 




Currie, E. P 






Dunn, J 




12 14 


O'Brien, M. H 




22 50 


22 50 




Hemmingford 


25 70 




Proper, F. S 


12 85 


12 85 




Mdnsoaville 


31 60 




Oilman, H. A 




14 50 




Heath, H. W 




14 50 




Lynch, W 




2 60 




3,585 25 


437' 

4 58 






Ambrosse, J. D. L 














Bertram, .J. H 




4 87 








11 44 

13 28 
11 92 


















Carter, W. H 




10 75 








8 25 
58 99 
32 07 
40 17 




Clerk, Robt. P 




110 77 
25 50 








Dequoy, J. E 

Douglas, J. H. (widow of) 

Drysdale, W 






107 65 






55 09 




Dufour, L 




14 91 
55 45 






Giroux. A. E , 




104 33 

58 98 

4 95 




Guerin, Louis J 






Jon&s T. M 

Laberge, A 

Langan, F 




8'25' 

11 92 

11 92 

4 95 

fl 77 

40 16 

4 58 

51 63 

532 75 

656 28 

13 75 
4 58 

262 83 
15 84 

14 75 








Lavoie, J. A ... 








Lemieux, D. J ■ ' 






Lyte, S. B 


















McGovern, P 
















McLaughlin, H 






McMillan, J. D 








McNichol .J 












84 37 




Murray, J 






Noel, J. G 

O'Shea, E 




""i", 065 '56' 








1 10 




Quebec 


25 00 






Gray, F. Wood 


12 50 


12 50 




St. Johns 


417 56 




Derby, 0. M 


48 92 

140 25 

3 00 


48 92 
140 25 




Quesnel, A 












Wood, H. W 




36 22 












Carried forward 


4,224 09 


2,303 03 


1,870 10 


50 96 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-55 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Distribution of Seizures.. 


Total. 


To Seizing 
Officer. 

§ cts. 
2,303 03 


For 

Informer. 

S cts. 
1,870 10 


Collector's 
Commission. 


Qmc6cc— Concluded. 
Brought forward 


S cts. 

4,224 09 

520 70 


S cts. 
50 96 


Ball H. T 


18 75 
28 26 
.S5 24 


18 75 




Bellam, C. ¥ 






Campbell EM . . 




44 50 

159 47 

11 31 




McClintock, C. H. . 




47 70 


Paciuette, J. F 




156 72 










Nova Scotia. 
Salifax . . 


4,744 79 


2,542 00 


2,104 13 


98 66 


51 6S 








Cooke, A. P. A 


12 92 
12 92 


25 84 




Tobin Thos. iS . . 










< 






51 68 


25 84 


25 84 




Nciv Brunswick. 




18 94 








Hovt, J. W 


12 69 










6 25 






1,726 60 








20 50 






Cooke, Leonard Tj 




26 62 
562 50 




Customs, Dept. of 

Dalv, J . B . . . , 




""14313 

57 10 
196 85 

85 30 
195 82 

12 50 

12 50 

















104 16 
92 55 
SO 47 










Kain, S. W 






Lj nott, C. H 

McKay, Jamei* . 










25 00 




Sandall, H. P 




140 63 




Tapley, L. E 




20 50 






'866 88' 


47 




St. Stephen 






Clark, Alex. J 


37 31 
27 38 
59 37 
12 50 
12 50 
2.58 18 


21 67 

30 50 

31 25 








Graham, II 




52 42 


Jlyslip, S.N 






McAdani, H 




12 50 
311 30 




Shaughnessy, J 

Woodstock 


416 69 






Bull, R. W - 


50 00 
26 63 
18 76 


50 00 
25 75 
















Dibbles, F. H. J 






33 91 






43 75 

24 12 

31 24 




37 50 

12 50 

56 25 

6 25 




Spike, W. E 






Taylor, Hu"-h W 






Violette, Frederick 













Manitoba. . 


3,029 11 


1.479 23 


1,463 52 


i^ii 30 


50 49 








Graham, H. C 






4 59 


Schnarr, W. J 




22 95 
597 63" 


22 95 

"537'58' 

97 09 

1 25 




Winnipeg 

Cameron, A. McK 


2,001 85 












1 25 
10 20 
10 20 
33 20 
10 20 










Jameson, S. B 






Pound J. T 




23 00 




Schman W J. . 














Carried forward.. . , ' 


2,052 34 


685 63 


681 87 


4 59 



r-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Distrltution of Seizures. 


Total. 


To Seizing 
Officer. 


For 
Informer. 


Collector's 
Commission. 


Manitoba— Concludiid. 
Brought forward 


S cts. 
2,052 34 


$ cts. 
685 f.3 

41 69 

82 20 

72 00 

3 98 

142 37 


$ cts. 
681 87 


$ cts. 
4 59 


Winnipeg — Concluded. 
Scott, D.J 




Sutherland, H. M ' - - 1 


51 00 
144 00 




Telford, D. M i 

Telford, Geo. S 






Thompson, W. H 




143 01 










2,052 34 


1,027 87 


1,019 88 


4 59 


Saskatcheuan. 
North Portal 


252 87 










126 44 


126 43 












252 87 


126 44 


126 43 




Alberta. 
Lethhridge 


763 98 








Barnes, A 




62 50 

8 75 

94 62 




Bird, A. S 








Hewiston, Robt 








Higgins, T . 




24 62 

24 63 

302 46 




Higgins, Thos 










136 57 




Kenny, John 


59 70 


Piper, J. S 






49 25 




Reid, J. A 




88 












763 98 


352 59 


351 69 


59 70 


British Columbia. 
Orand Forks 


256 76 








Cook, W. J 


19 72 


19 70 

48 25 




Danough (Constable) 










60 81 
40 50 




Gilpin, R. R 




40 50 
12 56 


14 72 


Thomet, C. L 


""'17607 




Narvaimo 




Good, H. L 


100 06 
50 00 






Smith, B. H 






20 01 


Vancouver 


1,338 92 




Barton, J. C 




5 00 








62 81 
75 07 

3 23 
52 51 
19 62 
19 62 
19 62 

9 00 
19 62 




Cosgrove, R 


96 23 
79 04' 




Dunn, H. M. . . . 






Eldridge, C. C 






Fagan, J. E 






Farrington, Arthur 








Ferguson, D ... 

Greer, F. R 











Hamilton, A 








Harris, D 


65 00 
52 73 




Harris, J 




12 17 

8 75 




Hutton, G 










10 76 

9 00 

23 08 




Kerr, J. II 




46 40 




McAlister, P 




19 62 
19 62 




Mac Haffie, W -. 








Mulhern, Clias . ... 


73 91 

13 75 

18 57 

3 22 








13 75 
44 24 




Perrj', S. J 












Kenouf, C. F. . 




13 69 










Carried forward 


1,765 75 


730 43 


571 30 


34 73 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F-57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Distribution ol Seizures. 


Total. 


To Seizing 
Officer. 


For 
Informer. 


Collector's 
Commission. 


Britiih Columbia — Concluded, 


S cts. 
1,765 75 


$ cts. 
730 43 

55 46 

24 62 

152 97 


S cts. 
571 30 

196 24 


S cts. 
34 73 


Vancouver— c'o?!<«/iw(f;. 

Scoullar, A. W 




Topham, Fred 




Worsiiop, C. A 








40 06 






Burns, B. W 




11 70 




Edwards, S. W .' 


6 43 

6 42 

3 81 

11 70 




Morrison, F. J 






Partit, J 






Small, F. A 
















1,805 81 


991 84 


779 24 


34 73 


Preventive Series. 

Anderson, J.J .... 


13,061 67 


6 25 

4 17 
38 84 

1,205 86 

3 13 

161 65 

16 87 

5 63 
9 00 

30 16 
37 50 






Earlow, A. L 






Blair, H. C 






Bourinot, J. C 





1,178^94 




Bull, Eobt. W 




Burnham, H. B 




154 33 

26 25 




Carpenti-r, J. A 






Clark, A. J 






Duncan, J 




9 00 




Gordon, J. W 




Graham, H 




25 00 

13 97 

6 25 

11 25 

12 50 




Jones, 1 red. L., insp< ctor 




1,083 61 


Kain, S. W 






Lynott, C. H 




5 62 




McKay. James 






McKenna, W. J 




1,000 00 

1,000 00 

79 47 




McLaughlin, H 








O'Grady, D. J 




163 13 

500 00 




O'Shea, E 






Taylor, H. W 




6 25 

5 63 

3,373 09 




Trudel, J. E 




5 62 

2,882 70 




Wilson, W. F 














13,061 67 


6,989 12 


4,988 94 


1,083 61 


Special Braucli. 

Belton, F. S 


12,812 02 


3,700 06 
555 23 

1,632 86 
517 92 


3,699 99 
555 21 

1,632 84 
517 91 




Norris, F 






Scace, F. G 






Stunden, Jesse 














12,812 02 


6,406 07 


6,405 95 





1— 5f 



F-58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1<508 



Uefiinds of Seizures. 

Ontario. 

Bridgeburg — 

McClelland, John and Jennie 

Shide, r. S 

Hamilton (.1825. 08)— 

Bartman, E. A 

Grafton ifc Co., Ltd 

Trebles, Ltd 

Kingston ($405. 04)— 

Harrison, T. F 

Hasson, Geo 

Kirkpatrick, M 

Mitchell, W. A . . . . 

Waldron, R 

Woods, Henry G 

Niagara Fulls (.§8.58.. 30)- 

Brunstein, Chas 

Hara, J. S 

Owen Sound — 

MacKay, R. O. & A. B 

Port Arthur — 

Hunter, A. J 

Sault Ste. Marie ($125)— 

Great Lakes Laundry Co 

Soo Shirt Co 

Toronto (.S.595. 83)— 

Barber & Ellis Co 

Cooper, C. R 

Elgin National Watch Co 

MacFarlane, W. G 

Rolph & Clark, Ltd 

Wenisrman, Paul 

Windsor (§113. 80)- 

AUister, M. A .... . . ^ , 

Klaus, Wm. & Janisse, Ed 

Rivard, N. J . 

Quebec. 

Montreal ($1,360. 30)— 

Berconson, 

Blaiklock Bros 

Dieckerhoff , Raffloer & Co 

Illustrated Post Card Co 

Phoenix iSundry Co., Ltd 

Warmington, J. N 



Nova Scotia. 

Halifax — 

DeWolf, T. A. S. & Son 

North Sydney— 
Pickels & Mills 

Shelbume — 
Fallen, I. I 

Sydney- 
Fries, John D 



Niw Brunswick. 
Chatham — 

McNair, N 

St. John ($1,100)— 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

MacLeod, Norman P . . . 

Shaw, James H 

St. Stephen ($867.04)— 

Ingersoll, Frank 

Palmer, C. J 

Smith, J. W... 

Woodstock— 

Doherty, John A 



c-ts. 



5.54 25 

04 53 

750 00 

11 15 

49 30 
243 14 

13 36 

5 10 

121 73 

32 41 

30 00 
828 36 

305 93 

120 00 

50 00 
75 00 

111 00 
64 50 

127 85 
56 00 

104 98 
71 50 

3 55 

108 00 

2 25 



3,963 89 



21 00 

125 60 

1.135 14 

46 92 

24 30 

7 34 

1,360 30 



100 00 


375 00 


50 00 


90 00 



615 00 



27 00 

1,000 00 
25 00 
75 00 

744 64 
30 00 
87 00 

40 00 

2,034 64 



Kcrunds of Seizures— Co)i. 

Manitoba. 

Emerson — 

McRae, J. A 

Winnipeg ($3, 666. 22) - 

California Fruit Distributors. 

Canada Paint Co 

Clare & Brockest 

Dobson & Jackson 

Eaton Co., Ltd., The T 

McAllister & Watts 

Merrick, Anderson & Co 

Miller-Morse Hardware Co 

Miller & Richards 

Nordwesten Publishing Co. .. . 

Winnipeg Stone Co 

Saskatchctvan. 

Regina — 
Pederson, Wm 



Alberta. 



Lethbridge— 
Shields, Thomas . 



British Columbia. 

Grand Forks ($358)— 

Cooper Bros , 

McArdle, James . . 

Manly, J. A 

Vancouver ($388.70)— 

Scherman, J) 

Thomas Stationery Co 

Victoria — 
Rithet, R. P. & Co., agents 



Preventive Series. 

Arnold, G. H., St. John 

Burgess, R. E., WolfviUe, N.S.. . 

Gangier, J. G., Windsor, Ont 

German, Capt. Thos 

Hird, S., Montreal 

Lyons, Hugh, Lansing, Mich 

Mills, A. D. & Sons, Annapolis . . 
Ross, Montreal, Montreal ........ 

St. Louis, L., II 

Thomson, Wm. & Co., St. John. . 

Vennant, Gaston, Montreal 

Warwick Co., Lt. O. H., St. John 

Whitsitt, J. T 

Wilson Co., Ltd., H. A 



Special Branch. 

Buell & Botsford (attorneys). Brock 
ville 

Charleson, P. W., and Sage, Geo. 
Vancouver 

Elliott Mfg. Co., Ltd., Toronto. ... 

Lowe, Robt .... 

Murray, John C 



$ cts. 



27 00 

073 95 
1,387 20 
183 40 
152 27 
231 26 

84 31 
186 09 

37 10 
168 50 
117 09 
445 05 

3,093 22 



100 00 



102 00 



200 00 


80 00 


78 GO 


350 00 


38 70 


200 00 


946 70 


36 29 


25 00 


93 51 


50 00 


9,936 00 


12 50 


25 00 


75 00 


50 00 


325 00 


150 00 


25 95 


187 50 


3 P4 



10,995 69 



279 78 

67 60 

1,007 50 

817 80 

1,612 80 

3,845 48 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REVENUE 



F- 59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



C^xpenses of Seizures. 

Oatario. 

Bridgeburg — 

Pattison, F. T., travelling expenses.. 
Goderich — 

Neelin, F. G., to pay expenses in- 
curred in seizing horse, carriage 

and harness 

Morrisburg — 

McDonald, L., livery, &c 

Niagara Falls — 

Michigan Central Railroad Co., 

storage 

Port Arthur- 
Jackson, H. B., meals 

Prescott^ 

Keeler, R. M., travelling expenses.. 
Sault Ste. Marie— 

Kehoe, J. -J., legal services 

Windsor (.§15)— 

Cunliff , R. , services 

Ferris, T., livery 

Lennie, C. E., examining automo- 
bile, &c 

Perkins, C, livery 



Quehcc. 

Montreal (.$27.50)— 

Armstrong, F., keep of horse, &:c. . . 
Davidson & Wainwright, legal ser- 
vices .. 

St. Annand — 
Bergeon, F., services 

St. Johns- 
Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., freight. . . 

Stanstead — 

Elder, J. G., hoteL 

McGowan, G. C, livery 



Nova Scotia. 

Halifax — 

McKinnon, Wm., amount paid clerk 

of police court for warrant 

Rhind, H. S., certified copy of evi- 
dence. The King vs. Fennerby . . . 
Port Hawkesbury — 

MacKaj% A. A., legal expenses 

Sheleurne — 
Nickerson, Chas. 0., watching seized 
schooner, 3 nights and 2d 



Nnv Brunsicick. 

St. John- 
Wilson, W. F., travelling expenses . 

St. Stephen — 

Shaughnessy, .John, travel and outlay 

Woodstock (§10.00)— 

Heifer, Ernest F., liverj', &c 

Lynch, P., livery, &c 



Saskatchewan. 

North Portal— 

Paterson, A. C, hotel 

Regma ($318.47) 

C. P. R. Telegraph Co., telegrams. . 

Feguson, S., auctioneer's fees, &c. . . 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



18 GO 



127 37 


8 35 


42 00 


1 00 


5 00 


10 00 


1 50 

2 00 


10 00 
1 50 



226 72 



3 00 


24 50 


3 00 


5 28 


2 00 

3 00 


40 78 


1 00 


1 50 



79 05 

9 00 
90 55 

27 64 

13 50 

5 50 
4 50 

51 14 



1 00 



89 
45 75 



47 64 



Expenses of Selznres — Con. 

Brought forward 

Saskatchevan—Con. 

Regina — Con. 
(,Toldsm.ith, T. C, livery, living and 

feed for seized horses 

Jameson, S. B., meals 

Jarvis, A. M., exchange on draft... 
McKay & Burrows, keep of horse. . . 
McNaughton Co., Ltd., R. D., hay 

and oats for seized horses 

Price, H. C, constable, liverj', living, 

. Rice, E.", ' hay 3,920 ']b. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 
Royal N. W. M. Police- 
To feed for 16 horses for 33 d 

Team hire, living, &c 

Telegrams sent by officers 



Alberta, 

Lethbridge — 

Abbott, W. R., auctioneer's fees. .. . 
Campbell, D. J. auctioneer's fees... 

Drader, John, services, 3d 

Dunne, H. G., feed and stabling 

horses 

Henson, W., looking after horses. . . 
Johnson, E. P., travel and outlay.. 

Royal N. W.M.P., hay 1,920 lb 

Stafford, Geo., services, 4 d 

Yates, W. M., keep of horses 



British Columbia. 

Grand Forks (S27. 75)— 

Bone, J. D., horse hire. .' 

Broomfield, A., feed for two horses 
5d 

Cronse, C. "M., telephone messages.. 

Tamblyn, D., inspecting horses 

Vancouver — 

Pease, Lewis & Scott, cartage . . 



Preventive Scries. 

Anderson, E. J., horse hire 

Bourinot, J. C, Port Hawksbury, N. 
S., travel and outlay ■.. 

Bullis, J. D., Morrisburg, travelling 
expenses ... 

Cline, C. H., Cornwall, legal services 
and taxed costs 

Dennison, H. L., Digby, legal ser- 
vices and taxed costs 

Drew, A. G. F., Morrisburg, travel- 
ling expenses 

Eaton, V. B., horse hire 

Jones, F., livery 

Lovejoy, G. W. & W. J., Montreal, 
costs allowed in Exchequer Court 
in case of the King vs. Lovejoy 

McKeown, H, A., St. John, legal 
services 

O'Grady, D. .J., travelling expenses.. 

Pelton, S. H., Yarmouth, legal ser- 
vices and taxed costs 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
47 64 



15 80 
1 00 

15 

1 50 


10 77 


62 55 
12 74 


132 00 

28 50 
6 8? 



319 4? 



2 ST. 

■ 3 70 

12 00 

4 50 

5 00 
12 80 
10 08 
12 00 
10 50 


73 13 



10 50 



13 50 
2 00 
1 75 


3 00 


30 75 


1 50 


276 10 


16 25 


160 95 


45 00 


12 85 

1 25 

2 00 



160 45 



20 50 
4 80 



212 50 



944 15 



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AUDITOR GENERAU8 REPORT, 1906-1007 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Expenses of Seizures— Con. 


$ cts. 
944 15 

193 91 

65 00 

25 

20 96 

158 20 


ISxpenses of Seizures — Con. 

Brought forward 


$ cts. 
10,283 56 

25 20 
13 50 


Preventive Service— Con. 

Phelaii, T. M., North Sydney, legal 
services and taxed costs 

Ryan, Bickerdike & Gosselin, legal 
services . 

Valley Telephone Co., mes.^ages 

A'enio't, P. J., travelling expenses 

Wilson, W. F., Ottawa., travel and 


Seizures Generally— Con. 

Hutton, W. A., Chatham, Ont.— 
Boat hire to and from lighthouse, 63 
trips 

Ingraham, G.. Sydney — 
Services and fees 


Ingraham, H. W., Sydney- 
Services and fees as constable 

Jamie.son, H. A., McAdam Jet., 
N.B.- 
Feed for horse on frontier, 9 m 

Kennedy, H., driving preventive 
otliccr 

Legoof, Jas. , services 

Lepage, Martin, Rimouski — 

Horse hire, attending landing of 
passengers, 5 m. at -§10 


45 40 






Speci'il Branch. 

Bel ton, F. S., travelling expenses, &c., 
detailed under Board of Customs. . . 

McMichael, S. V.'., amount paid for 
appraisement of marble in Bank of 


1,.382 47 

324 88 

64 50 

252 00 

50 20 
21 50 

30 20 


72 00 

6 00 
5 00 

50 00 


Loane, Wm., WViodstock, N.B. — 
Shoeing govt, horse 

Lynott, C. H., St. George, N.B.— 
Travel and outlay 


8 75 


Norris, F., travelling expenses, &c., 


300 37 


Scace, F. G., travelling expenses, &c., 

detailed under Board of Customs. . . 

Stirton, D. M., travelling exi)enses. . . 

detailed under Board of Customs. . . 


McDonald, R. S., travelling expenses. 
McEweu, P. H., travel and outlay . . . 
McGregor, Jas. R., watching vessel.. 
McKay, John, horse hire 


4 15 

45 20 

4 00 

57 00 


McKeown, H. A., St. John — 

Legal servicer 

May, Geo. M., capt. cruiser Con- 
stance — 
Travel and outlay 

Mellish, H., Halifax- 
Legal serveices 

Nixon, Wm., Killarney, Man. — 
Driving sub-collector to and from 
boundrv .36 trips at $5 


20 00 




743 28 


Seizures Oencrally. 
Bell Telephone Ci>., Morrisburg, raes- 


5 10 

438 46 

64 00 

6 70 

3 95 
706 39 

7C 00 

75 00 

64 25 

4 00 

8 00 
42 15 

50 00 

8,019 40 
87 35 
10 87 i 
1 90 

37 50 

37 50 
198 54 

345 00 
1 50 


53 00 
5 00 


Bourinot, J. C., Port Hawkesbury, 

N.S., travel outlay 

Bull P W Woodstock, N.B. — 


180 00 


Feed supplied for govt, horse : 90 
bush, oats at 40c.; hay, 3 tons, 

$28 

Horse blanket, halter, &c 

Bullis, J. D., Iroquoib — 

Travel ajid outlay 

Burnham, H. B., travel and outlay. . . 


3 days at .$4 ; 1 day at $4.50 

O'Grady, D. J., Montreal- 
Travel and outlay 


16 50 
13 25 


Pelletier N. G., Riviere du Loup— 
Keep of horse to go to stations and 
wharfs, 9 m. at §5 


45 00 


Ranson, Robt., livery 


4 00 




Robinson, V., use of tug, 5 hrs 

Ross, E., St. John, N.B.— 

Storage on customs boat 


15 00 


Carpenter, J. A., Bloomfield, N.B.— 






4 50 


Legal services and taxed costs 

Didgon, W., driving preventive officer 
Drew, A. G. F., Morrisburg— 

Livery, hotel, &c 

Duncan, James, travel ai>d outlay .... 


Stone, Fred, team hire . . ... 


3 50 


Stunden, travel and outlay 

Thome, W. H., St. John, N.B.- 
Rent of mooring berth, 9 mos 

Wilson, W^. F., Ottawa- 
Travel and outlay 


583 60 
75 00 
80 45 




Casaal Revenue. 

Conscience money — 
Brockville 




Gordon, J. W., North Sydney, N.S.— 

Services of tug Gladiator with outfit 

and requipments, 246 d. at $32.66; 

less for lost time, §14 . 96 

Travel and outlay 

Grand Trunk \\\ freight 


12,018 93 


45 


Great Northwest Tel. Co., telegrams.. 
Hanson, Uriah, Woodstock, N.B. — 

Keep of horse, 9 ra 

Harold E Woodstock N B — 


Department 

Hamilton 

Hemmingford 


52 93 

1 25 

20 21 

14 70 


Keep of horse at Centreville, 9m... 
Harvey, James S., travel and outlay . 


Morrisburg 

Niagara Falls 

Prescott 


1 00 
1 00 
1 00 


Driving sub-collector to and from 


St. John, N. B 

Toronto 


350 00 
1 00 


Hopper, J., services as constable 


Windsor 

Carried forward 


2 25 


Carried forward 


10,283 66 


445 79 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT : REyENUE 



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Casual Revenue — Con. 


$ cts. 
445 79 

695 66 

7 00 

14 85 

15 12 

8 00 
8 00 

6 00 

2 00 

15 00 

5 50 

718 40 


Casual Revenue — Con. 

Brought forward 

Outstanding cheques — 

Brandon 

Bridgeway 


$ cts. 
1,941 32 


Sales- 
Brandon land re Bradley estate 


5 50 

6 95 


Department, old books 


Canso 

Cobourg 

Ga&jie 

Guelph 

Halifax . 


42 




1 20 


Oshawa, old stove 


67 

1 88 




75 


Refund prev. year's sxpd. — 


Hamilton 

Lethbridgc 

Montreal 

Nelson 


1 70 

40 

76 51 




8 52 


Rossland 

Stratford . 


New Westminster 

Niagara Falls 


1 07 
1 50 


White Horse & Yukon Ry., for 
services of Customs officers 


Regina 

Winnipeg 


1 67 
12 83 


Carried forward 


1,941 32 


2,062 89 







lie The Customs Bonding Warehouse Fees. 

Department of Customs, Ottawa, August 29, 1907. 

Sir, — Referring to your letter of 26th instant, in the above matter, 1 am to state 
that Bonding Warehouse fees have not been co.lected since January 1, 1906. 

Instead of such fees, a charge is made for the services of the Customs Officer in 
attendance, which is accounted for as ' Refund of Customs Special Service.' 

Copy of Regulations, Memo. No. 1343, B., in force since January 1st, 1906, 
enclosed. Vide pages 1, 6 and 12. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 
The Auditor General. JOHN McDOUGALD, 

Comm. 



1— 6p 



7-8 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1908 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1906-07 



PART G 



Fn^^A:^CE DEPAETMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



1 — iG 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Finance Department. 



Summary of Expenditure; 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907. 

Civil Oovemment — 

Minister of Finance 

Civil government, salaries 

It contingencies 

Departments generally, contingencies 

High Commissioner in London, salary 

II n salaries of staff 

II II contingencies 

Lieutenant Governors ... . , 



Public Debt Expenditure- 
Interest on public debt 

Premium, discount and exchange 

Sinking funds 

Redemption of debt 

Charges of management 



Pensions under Supply Bill — 

Miscellaneous pensions , 

Fenian Raid p)ensions 

Pensions in lieu of ordnance lands 

Pensions, N. W. Rebellion, 1885, and militia pensions 

generally . 

Royal N. W. Mounted Police pensions, N. W. Rebellion. 

Pensions authorized Ij/ Statute — 

Pensions to judges 

Miscellaneous pensions, B. C 

Militia pension.*, Upper Canada 

Military asylum pensions 

Royal N. W. Mounted Police pensions 

Militia Pension Act of 1901 



Superannuation — 

Under Supply Bill. 
Under statute 



Superintendence of Insurance— 

Salary, statutory 

Salaries under Supply Bill. 
Contingencies 



Subsidies to Provinces — _ 

Subsidies under various Acts 

Miscellaneous — 

Ottawa Improvement Commission — (Government grant). 

Tariff Inquiry Commission 

Royal Commission on Life Insurance 

Printing evidence — Royal Commission on Life Insurance. 

Ottawa branch of the Royal Mint, maintenance 

Jamaica earthquake, aid to sufferers 

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts 

Royal Society of Canada . . 

Canadian Mining Institute 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 

British Medical Association 

Telegraph news service from Great Britain 

Pacific cable deficit 

Unforeseen expenses , ; 



Total e.xpenditure. Finance Department. 



Page 

in 

Part G. 



Amount. 



cts. 



5,250 GO 

45, .321 61 

10,195 91 

30,G70 73 

7,500 00 

C,412 50 

9,424 67 

60,546 07 



6,712,771 14 

12,858 65 

1,177,146 71 

15,628,776 32 

231,689 78 



1,287 50 

1,860 60 

38 92 

16,072 75 
2,096 14 



81,990 21 

2,384 64 

160 00 

60 00 

10,227 06 

9,664 44 



180 00 
269,166 81 



3,000 00 
7,700 00 
5,220 96 



45,000 00 
111 81 

65,887 32 
9,500 00 
2,795 69 

42,743 47 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 

10,000 00 
7,333 32 

98.085 08 
2,100 00 



Total. 



cts. 



175,321 49 



23,763,242 60 



21,345 91 



104,486 35 



269,346 81 



15,920 96 
6,745,133 68 



294,556 69 



31,389,354 49 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



G-3 



Abate- 
ments. 



Finance Department : Salaries at Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government 



33 30 



*75 00 


16 68 


*71 25 


33 75 


28 50 


J13 98 


tl3 14 


24 75 


22 50 


24 75 


24 75 


+ 


+ 


27 75 


28 50 


139 38 


23 25 


*46 88 


*45 00 


22 50 


•49 38 


*56 25 


*47 50 


*45 CO 


*56 25 


33 75 


22 50 


*46 88 


22 50 


*33 75 


*35 63 


*35 63 


*31 88 


*30 00 


*30 00 


*4l 25 


*30 00 


*32 50 


*31 25 


10 50 


tl8 11 



Statutory ($5,250). 
Hon. W. S. Fielding, Minister, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $7,000 

Staff (■$45,321.61). 

Deputy Minister and Secretary to Treasury Board, J. M. Courtney, 

C.M.G.. 4 m. to Oct. 31 at S5,000 (superannuated) 

Deputy Minister and Secretary to Treasury Board, T. C. Boville, 5 

m. to Mar. 31 at $4,tX)0 

Assistant Deputy, H. T. Rosa, 5 m. Mar. 31 at .§3,600 

Chief Clerks— 

T. C. Boville, 4 m. to Oct. 31 at §2,500 (appointed Deputy 
Minister) 

J. R. Forsyth, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

Geo. Lowe, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,250 

J. C. Saunders, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,900 

F. Toller, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §"2,800 

First Class Clerks— 

W. L. Blair, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,750 

E. E. Brittain, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,650 

J. A. Clayton, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1*500 

F. A. Coffin, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,650 

A. B. Foster, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,650 

C. A. GouRh, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,900 

S. J. Jeukin.s 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,850 

John McNicoI, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,900 

J. E. Rourke, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §l,.50O 

C. S. Scott, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,550 

Second Class Clerks— 

A. F. Bill, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,250 

G. B. Burns, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,200 

E. CapV^ert, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,500 

L. B. Cohoon, 6 m. at §1,300, 3 m. at §1,350 

F. Grierson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,500 

G. W. Hynduian, 6 m. at §1,250, 3 m. at §1,300 

Thos. LawBon, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,200 

J. R. Morton, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,500 

C. F. Street, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,500 

C. E. Turgeon, 9 in. to Mar. 31 at §1,500 

R. B. Viets, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,250 

1. (private secretary) 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §250 

E. S. Wiggins, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,500 

•Junior Second Class Clerks — 

M. E. Dexter, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §900 , 

G. F. Finlayson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §950 

Miss M. M. Hutchison, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §950 

J. G. Macfarlane, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §850 

Mih.s M. :>!. B. Macpherson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §800 

1. « asst. private secretary, 9 m. to 

Mar. 31 at §100 

Miss G. L. Mainguy, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §800 

T. H. Siddall, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,100 

Miss D. J. Wainwright, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §800 

1, asst. private secv., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §50. 

V. Woodland, 6 m. at §850, 3 m. at -S'JOO 

J. H. Wriglit, 3 in. at §800, 6 m. at §850 

Messengers — 

W,"H. Ostroin, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §700 ... 

W. N. Ostrom, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §690 



Civil Government, Contingencies ($.3,^6.66). 

Temporary Clerks — 

Black, Mrs. L. A., 6 m. at §650, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at §700.. . 

Kinnev, Miss E. S., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§.J50 

McDonald, Miss L., 6 m. at §600, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at §650. 

Millur, Miss G., 3 m. to Sept. 30, 1906 at §600 

O'Neil, Miss D., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $C>M 



1,356 12 Carried forward . . . . 

•Retirement Fund. fSuperannuation Fund No. 2. 

1-llG 



§ cts. 
5,250 00 

1,666 64 



1,666 05 


1,500 00 


833 32 


1,425 00 


1,687 50 


1,425 00 


2,100 09 


1,312 50 


1,2.S7 50 


1,125 09 


1,2.37 50 


1,237 50 


1,425 00 


1,387 50 


1,425 00 


1,125 00 


1,162 50 


937 50 


900 00 


1,125 00 


987 50 


1,125 00 


950 00 


900 00 


1,125 00 


1,125 00 


1,125 00 


937 50 


187 50 


1,125 00 


675 00 


712 50 


712 50 


637 50 


600 00 


75 00 


600 00 


825 00 


600 00 


37 50 


C50 00 


625 00 


525 00 


517 50 



500 00 
412 50 
462 50 
150 00 

487 50 



Outside 

Votes. 



§ Cts. 



+35 years' service. 



52,584 11 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Abate- 
ments. 



cts. 



1,35G 12 



Temporary Clerks — Concluded. 

Wilson, Miss M. E S., 3 m. at $690, 2 m. to Nov. 30, 1906 at 

$700 

Temporary messengers — 

Beaman, F., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

Dixon, W. J., y m. to Mar. 31 at $650 



60 00 

42 00 
*71 25 

24 75 

*46 88 

23 63 
*30 00 

*10 00 



Finance Department: Salaries at Ottawa — Concluded. 



Civil Government, Contingencies — Continued. 



.Brought forward 



Insurance Supcrintendance ($10,700.) 

Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance and Superintendent of 

Insurance, Wm. Fitzgerald, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $4,000 

Chief Clerks— 

A. K. Blackadar, 9 m. to Mar, 31 at $2,800 

M. D. Grant, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,900 

First Class Clerk— 

A. J. O'Reilly, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,650 

Second Class Clerk — 

F. R. Crosby, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

Junior Second Class Clerks — 

F. A. Evans, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,050 

A. D. Watson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

Third Class Clerk — 

R. B. Farrell, 4 m. to Oct. 31 at $600 (transferred to Auditor- 
General's Office) 

Temporary Clerk — 

Miss L. L. Moorman, 9 ni. to Mar. 31 at 8550 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
52,584 11 



289 16 

487 50 
487 50 



Charges of Management — Dominion Notes (-$15, 110. 02). 

Temporary Clerks, Currency Bmnch— 

Barrie, Mrs. M. A., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 

Beith, Miss H. M., 6 m. at $600, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at .$650 

Bennett, Mrs. C. L., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 

Busby, Miss A.. 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $550 

Cameron. Miss J., 3 m. at $600, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $(i.50 

Chilton, Miss A., 3 m. at $600, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $050 

Clayton, Miss V. G., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$.550 

Cohoon, Miss 0. B., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$550 

Collins, Miss M., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

Dorion, Miss G., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700. 

Estabrooks, Miss A. J., July 9 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Fay, Miss A. McN., June 28 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Foran, Miss G., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $600 . . 

Francheville, Miss M. S., 6 m. at $650, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $700, 

Freeman, Miss A. T., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $550 

Gallwey, Mrs. C. E., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $61 per m 

Hardie, Miss A. M., 3 m. at $600, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

Houstan, Miss Alice S., 30 June to Mar. 31 at $500 

Kains, Miss Z., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $550 

Lewis, Miss M., 3 m. at $500, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $550 

Macaulay, Miss M., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 . . 

McConnell, Miss J. G., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

MoGirr, Miss E. H., 3 m. at $600, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

McMinn, Miss P., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

Nettle, Miss F., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .$700 

Rennie, Miss Margaret, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at $500 

Schryer, Miss Flossie, June 27 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Smith, Miss E F., 6 m. at $550, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at .$600 

Start, Miss B., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 

Stewart, Mrs. E. E. 3 m. at $500, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $550 .... 

Street, Miss L. M., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $670 

Sutherland, Miss M., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $650 

Sutton, Mrs. L. L., 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $700 



1,664 63 



53,848 27 



Outside 

Votes. 



$ eta. 



3,000 00 



2,100 00 
1,425 00 


1,237 50 


937 50 


787 50 
600 00 


200 00 


412 50 



525 00 
462 50 
525 00 
412 50 
475 00 
475 00 
412 50 
412 50 
487 50 
525 00 
3(;4 18 

379 16 
450 00 
500 00 
412 50 
549 00 
475 00 
376 35 
412 50 
400 00 
525 00 
487 50 
475 00 
487 .50 
525 00 
333 28 

380 55 
425 00 
525 00 
400 00 
502 50 
487 50 
525 00 



25,810 02 



•Retirement Fund, f Superannuation Fund No. 2. J35 years service. 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Finance Department: Civil Government Contingencies. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page G— 3) 

Stationery Office supplies, May, 1906 to Mar., 1907, inclusive ($1,914 47)— 

Books printed, and maps, $110 30 ; blank books, §140.59 ; adding machine, §375 

Paper and envelopes, .$420.68 ; typewriters, 3, $340, iess $40 for old one 

Typewriter cabinet, .$65 ; typewriter repairs and supplies, .$96.46 

Sundry stationery supplies, $545.21 ; less $190 paid in 1907-08 

Parliamentary publications 

King's Printer's account, printing, lithographing, &c 

Telegrams, $1,092.31 ; subscriptions to newspapers, .$660.13 ; postage, $100.75 

Telephones, long distance, $19 . 15 ; express' and cartage charges, $27 .50 

Street car fates, .$4.25 ; gratuities, $8 ; repairing, &c. , typewriters, $6.30 

Addressing envelopes, 6,000, $20 ; cleaning and repairing time-lock, §10 

Wiishirrg towels, Mrs. Walsh, .$29.25 ; Mrs. O'Brien, .$29.25 ; towels, 6 doz., $16.50 

Repairirrg clocks, 3, §6 ; .soap, matches, &c. , .$16 .13 

Cab hire at Ottawa : Hon. W. S. Fielding, $2 ; J. M. Courtney, .75c. ; R. B. Viets, 75c. ; 

Miss MacPher.son, $2.25 

Travelling expenses : Hon. W. S. Fielding, $140; R. B. Viets, .$183.32; G. Lowe, $45.25; 

T. Lawson, $61.45 ; J. M. Courtney, $39.75 ; J. R. Forsyth, $13.35 



Total, carried to page G — 2. 



Departiueutfi Generally : Civil Government ContlngencleSt 



Superintendent of labourers and charwomen, Conroy, C, 274 d. at .$2.50 

Assistant superintendent of labourers and charwomen, Chitty, L. M., 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 
Labourers (.$5,639.08)— 

Barrett, J., 9 m., §300 ; Berthiaume, R., 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, $199.98 

Beveridge, T., 9 m., .$300 ; Bingham, T., 8 m. to Apr. 30, 1907, $266.64 

Doyle, J., 9 m., $300; Dunn, F., 9 m., $300; Flanagan, P., Oct. 24-Mar. 31, 1907, $175.25 

Gallagher, J., 274 d. at .$1.25 : Johnstone, J. A., 1 m., §33.33 

Lamb, G., 9 m., .$300 ; Lalonde, E., 9 m., $300 ; Lappie, F., 9 m., .$300 

Maveety, R., 9 m., $300 ; McCullough, H , 9 m., $300 ; McParland, J., 9 m., .$300. . . . 

O'Connor, T., Jirly 1 to Sept. 11, .$78.88 ; Savary, J., 9 m., $300 

Stack, R., 274 d. at .$1.25 ; Tyrell, H., 9 m., $300 ; Watson, M., 9 m., $300 

Wimperis, R. R., 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 



Charwomen ($21,375)— 

Allison, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. ; Ambrose, Miss E., 234 d. at $1 . . . . 
Angers, Mrs. A., 91 d. at 75c. ; Armstrong, Mrs. C, 234 d at 75c. . . . 
Asselin, Mrs. J. E., 234 d. at 75c. , Aubichon, Mrs. .A.., 126 d. at 75c. 

Bayes, Mrs. M., 129 d. at 75c. ; Berichon, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

Bolduc, Mrs. G., 234 d. at 75c. ; Boule, Mrs. H., 234 d. at 75c 

Bourbon, Mrs. Z., 234 d. at 75c. ; Brady, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c 

Brennan, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. ; Brewer, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c 

Briggs, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c. ; Burke, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c 

Callaghan, Mrs. :sl., 234 d. at 75c. ; Chatillon, Mrs. T., 231 d. at 75c. 
Christian, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. ; Clarke, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. . 

Clement, Mrs. H., 234 d. at 7oc. ; Cole, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

Connell, Mrs. L., 156 d. at 75c. ; Cooper, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c 

Daughtry, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. ; Deitz, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 7.5c 

Deneault, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. ; Deroche, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 75c. . . 

Devlin, Miss M., 234 d. at 75c. ; Donaghy, Mrs. S., 234 d. at 75c 

Donnelly, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. ; Donnelly, Miss M., 234 d. at 75c.. 
Dorion, Mrs. M., 23-1 d. at 75c. ; Dorion, Mis. V., 234 d. at 7.5c . . 
Dostaller, Mrs. B., 234 d. at 75c. : Doxtater, Mrs. F., 234 d. at 75c. . 

Doyle, Mrs. H., 234 d. at 75c. ; Dube, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

Fair, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. ; Eraser, Mrs. R., 234 d. at 75c 

Frederick, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c.; Gaffney, Mrs. G., 231 d. at 75c.. . . 

Gilchri-st, Miss F., 234 d. at 75c.; Giles, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c 

Goulet, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 75c.; Grant, Mrs. E. S., .50 d. at 75c 

Grondin, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 7-5c.; Halfpenny, Mrs. M., 234 d. at "Sc. . 

Hall, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 75c.; Harbour, Mrs. P., 234 d. at 75c 

Hossack. Mrs. H. C, 234 d. at 75c.; Hunter, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 75c. . . 

Jette, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; Jnrdon. Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

Kane, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; Kellv, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c 

Kelly, Mrs. B., 234 d. at 7.5c.; Kelly, Mrs. M. A., 231 d. at 75c 

Kennedy, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c.; Kennedy, Miss C, 234 d. at 75c. . . 

Killeen," Mrs. M., 2S4 d. at 75c.; Lackie, Mrs. E., 147 d. at 75c 

Lafontaine, Mrs. F., 234 d. at 75c.; Lalonde, Mrs. G., 234 d. at 75c. . 
Lava-sseur, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c.; Leblanc, Mrs. K., 234 d. at 75c. . . 
Leclaire, ilrs. A., 78 d. at 75c.; Lemieux, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. . . . 
Lortie, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c.; Lowham, Mrs. M. E , 234 d. at 75c. . . 
Maguire, Miss R., 234 d. at 75c.; Mahon, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c 



Carried forv.ard . 



$ cts. 

3,276 66 

625 89 

720 68 

161 46 

355 21 

51 23 

2,470 39 

1.853 19 

46 65 

18 55 

30 00 

75 00 

22 13 

5 75 

483 12 

10,195 91 



685 00 
525 00 

499 98 
566 64 
775 25 
375 83 
900 00 
900 00 
378 SB 
942 50 
oUO 00 



409 50 
243 75 
270 00 
272 25 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
348 75 
351 00 
351 00 
292 50 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
213 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
285 75 
351 00 
351 00 
234 00 
351 00 
351 00 

18,895 58 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Departments Generally; Civil Government Contingencies — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Charwomen — Concluded. 

Marcell, Miss M., 234 d. at 75c.; Martineau, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c 

Massie, Mins T., 234 d. at 75c.; Mauvail, Mrs. R., 234 d. at 75c 

Maveety, Mrs. 8., 234 d. at 75c.; McCann, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

McCIory, Mrs. M. A., 234 d. at 75c.; McDarby, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c 

McDonald, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c.; McGillicOddy, Miss C, 234 d. at 75c. . . 
McGillivray, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; McKenna, Mrs. M. D., 234 d. at 75c. 

McLean, ISIrs. F., 234 d. at 75c.; McParland, Mrs. K., 234 d. at 75c 

McVeigh, Mrs. H., 234 d. at 75c.; Merritt, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c 

Mullin, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c.; Murray, Mrs. M., 230 d. at 75c. 



Myers, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c.; Nevin, Mrs. H. J., 2.34 d. at 75c 

O'Brien, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c.; O'Brien, Miss B., 234 d. at 75c 



O'Meara, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c.; O'Meara, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c. 

O'Meara, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; O'Neill, Mrs. E., 06 d. at 75c 

O'Neill, Mrs. M. A., 234 d. at 75c.; Ouimet, Mrs. J., 234 d. at 75c 

Painter, Mrs. M. A., 234 d. at 75c.; Peck, Mrs. B., 234 d. at 75c 

Pelerin, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c.; Ponsinet, Mrs. G., 234 d. at 75c 

Potter, Mrs. M. A., 234 d. at 75c.; Quinn, Mrs. C, 234 d. at 75c 

Quinn, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; Renaud, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c 

Reymond, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; Richards, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. . . 

Richards, Mrs. L., 56 d. at 75c.; Ridgway. Mrs. F., 234 d. at 75c 

RoUin, Mrs. G., 234 d. at 75c.; Seaton, Miss A., 234 d. at 75c 

Sleeman, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c.; Spielmacher, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. 

Stacy, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c. ; Stewart, Mrs. A., 234 d. at 75c 

Stewart, Mrs. M. F., .50 6. at 75c.; Stone, Mrs. M. A., 234 d. at 75c. . . 
Stopbellben, Mrs. I., 234 d. at 75c., Tubman, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75c. . 

Tucker, Mrs. M., 234 d. at 75o.; Vaughan, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c 

Veziua, Mrs. R., 234 d. at 75c.; Villeneuve, Mrs. M., 102 d. at 75c. . . . 
Wadge, Miss M., 234 d. at 75c.; Walsh, Mrs. E., 234 d. at 75c 



House cleaning at Rideau Hall ($730.90)- 

Beaudin, Mr.s. I., 69i d. at 75c . ; Bellaire, Mrs. O., 57^ d, at 75c 

Benbow, Mrs. M., 73 d. at 7oc. ; Blais, Miss 8., 61 d. at 75c 

Bye.rs, Mrs. S. L., 25 d. at 75c. ; Chartrand, Mrs. M., 58^ d. at 75c 

Croteau, Mrs. I., 29 d. at 75c. ; Croteau, Mrs. M., 6 d. at 75c 

Cunningham, Miss E., 68 d. at 75c . ; Deboman, Miss Mel., 23 d. at 75c 

Delx)man, Miss Mm., 50 d. at 75c. ; Dery, Mrs. M., 3 d. at 75c 

Dubrois. Mrs. I., 4i d. at 75c. ; Flood, Mrs. M., 24 d. at 75c 

Gillespie, Mrs. S., 3 d. at 75c. ; Goulden, Mrs. J., 60 d. at 75c 

Groux, Mrs. M., 10 d. at 75c. ; Hapted, Miss E., 41 d. at 75c 

Hapted, Mrs. J., 18 d. at 75c. ; James, Mrs. J., 46 d. at 75c 

Lpchapelle, Mrs. O., 76 d. at 75c ; Lidievre, Mrs. A., 38 d. at 75c 

Latimer, Mrs. C, 5 d. at 75c. ; Menard, Mrs. L., 3 d. at 76c 

Munro, Miss M., 36^ d. at 75c. ; Parent, Mrs. M., 4 d. at 75c 

Proux, Mrs. C, 2 d. at 75c.; Savage, Mrs. E., 51 d. at 75c.; Venosse, Mrs. A., 29 d. 

at 7oc 

Convoy, C, car tickets 

Graves Bros. : axes, 6, S4.50 ; dippers, 12, SI. 80 

India Alkali Works, Boston, White Star savogram, 1 keg 

Lindsay, T. k Co.: kersey flannel, lOlf yds. at 25c.; union flannel, 724| yds. at 12^0.; canton 

flannel, 835| yds. at 'l2|c., 431 yds. at 14c.; flannelette, 497 yds., S26.47; cotton, 202 

yds. at 5c 

Robillard, O.: coal hods, 24 at SI. 2.5, 6 repd., S2.40 ; ash pails, 4 at $1.50; 2 repd., 80c.; dust 

pans, 6 at 60c.; 2 repd., .50c.; blowers, 6 repd. at 40c 

Stratton, C.: soap, 42 boxes, $91.80 ; putz cream, 18 doz., §47.25 ; sapolio, 8 boxes, $26.40; 

washing soda, 711 lb., S14.42 ; lye, 2 boxes at $4 ; galv. pails, 4 doz., $22; black lead, 2 

boxes at §3.60 ; sundries, .$15 .50 

United Factories, Ltd., Toronto: hair brooms, 7 doz., S136.50; feather dusters, 8 doz., 

S50.88; scrub-s, 18 doz., $55.32; bannister brushes, 3 doz., $17.40; sundries, $15.63 

Stationery Office, supplies, $456.33 ; printing forms, &c., $154.23 



$ ots. 
18,895 58 



351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
3.51 00 
351 00 
351 00 
348 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
225 00 
3.51 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
217 50 
351 00 
351 00 
351 00 
213 00 
351 00 
351 00 
252 00 
351 00 



95 26 
100 50 
62 63 
26 26 
68 25 
39 75 
21 38 

47 25 
38 25 

48 00 
85 50 

6 00 
30 38 

61 50 
• 1 00 

6 30 

7 58 



317 33 
45 70 

232 57 



Noon Gun Expenses. 

Firing noon gun, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, (see salaries at Ottawa, Part S). 

Grpcnfleld, INIiss E., making cartridge b.ags 

Militia Dej t.: powder, $110 : friction tub&s, 300 tubes, $8.40 

Ogilvy, Chas. : flaimel, 40 yds. at 26c. ; yarn. $1 .88 

Thornton & Truman, locking attachment for noon gun 



275 73 
610 50 


75 00 

7 30 

118 40 

11 88 

6 40 



Total, carried to page G— 2 30,670 73 



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ffigh Commissioner's Office. 

Statutorij (■f}',500). 
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 



Staff (86,412.50). 

Griffith, W. L., secretary, 9 m. to Mar. .31, 1907 

Taylor, C. J., asst. secretary, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907. . . 

Luke, E. P., 2nd class clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Allin, Thos., 2ud class clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 

Churchouse, E., 2nd class clerk, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907. 



.37 



Contingencies ($9,424.67). 

Anderson, W., messenger, 39 wks. to March 31, '07 

Dearie, P. M., typist, 39 >, „ 

Hailea, M. G., ' „ 39 ,. „ 

Spire, A., messenger, 39 n i> 

Capon, P., carpentering, S349.42; Com. Cable Co., messages, $250 

Jago, G., cleaning, §41.97 ; Johnson, L., cleaning, S9.25 

King, P. S. & Son, publications, .§40.95 ; Library Bureau, fitting.?, §51 .84 

Marconi Com. Co., message, $24. H6 ; Munell, Miss, stationery, 863.52 

McCorquodale & Co., stationery supplies 

Nat. Telephone Co., service, S40.15 ; O'Connell, E., papers, &c., §68.37 

Pain & Sons, extra lighting, S6.0S ; Pearce, W. G., attending clocks, 87.30 

Street, G. & Co., newspaper clippings ' 

Victoria Chambers Co., rent, including heating and cleaning, 9 m. to March 31 . . 

Westminster Electric Supply Co., light, 6 m. to Dec. 31 

Insurance on office furniture, 823.11 ; R. C. Institute fee, .$9.73 

Income taxes, S72S.52 ; sundry newspapers, &c., 893.56 

Freight charges, .815.49 ; postage, 8619.53 

Telegrams, petty office expenses, &c 

Part of yearly allowance of 82,000 to High Commissioner for contingent expenses. 



Total to page G— 2 . 



Iitentenant Governors. 

Ontario, His Honour "W. Mortimer Clark, 9 ni. to Mar. 31, at 810,000, less h July 10 to 

Aug. 19 

Ontario, His Honour Sir Wm. 2Mulock, Administrator, j 810,000, from July 10 to Aug. 19. . . 

Quebec, His Honour L. A. Jette, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 810,000 

Nova Scotia, His Honour D. C. Fra^er, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $9,000 

New Brunswick, His Honour, J. B. Snowball, July 1 to Feb. 24, at 89,000 (deceased). . . . 

New Brunswick, His Honour L. J. Tweedie, Mar. 5 to 31, at .?9,000 

Manitoba, His Honour D. H. McMillan, 9 m. tx) Mar. 31, at 89,000, less^ c)f July 1 to Sept. 2. 

Manitoba, His Honour J. Dubuc, Adminstrator, J of 89,000, from July 1 to Sep. 2 

Saskatchewan, His Honour A. Forget, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 89,000 

Alberta, His Honour G. H. V. Bulyea, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 89,000 

British Columbia, His Honour J. Dunsmuir. 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 89,000 

Prince Edward Island, His Honour D. A. McKinnon, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at 87,000 



8 cts. 



7,500 00 



2,400 00 


1,387 50 


1,0.50 00 


900 00 


675 00 


147 10 


237 25 


284 70 


189 80 


599 79 


51 22 


92 79 


83 38 


520 49 


108 52 


13 38 


40 75 


3,578 81 


62 78 


32 84 


822 08 


635 02 


585 69 


1,333 28 


23,337 17 



7,224 47 

275 53 

7, .500 00 

6,7.50 00 

5,892 85 

653 22 

6,362 50 

387 50 

6,750 00 

6,750 00 

6,750 00 

5,250 00 



Total to Page G— 2 | 60,546 07 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Interest on Public Debt. 



Payable in London — 

Canada Reduced 4 p . c . loan — 

i y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Dominion 4 p.c. guarantee loans — 

1 y. to Mar. 31, 1907, I.C.R. loan of 1869. 

1 y. „ .■ 1907, loans of 1875-8 



Dominion 4 p . c . unguaranteed loans — 

I y. to Oct. 31, 1906, loan of 1874 (extended). 

iy. -, M 1876 

|y. M loans of 1878-9 

I y. Dec. 31, 1906, loan of 1885 



Dominion 3^ p.c. loans— 

i y. to Nov. 30, 1906, loan of 1884 

I y. to Dec. 31, 1906, C.P.R. land grant loan 

Less, 9 day's int. at 3J p.c. paid by C. P. R. Co., on 
$1,5000,000 



Dominion 3 p.c. unguaranteed loans — 

i y. to Dec. 31, 1905, loan of 1888 

I y. II M (1874 conversions) 

*y. „ „ 1892 

iy. .. " 1894 

Dominion 2^ p.c. unguaranteed loan of 1897 — 

1 y. to Mar. 31, 1907 ... 



Total interest on funded debt due in 

London 

Treasury Bills discounted. Bank of Montreal, London — 

181 dys. to May 1, 1907 at 4| p.c 

Less — discount on Treasury bills, due Sept. 1, 1906, 
paid before maturity 



Discount on bills of exchange, Bank of Montreal, Lon- 
don 

Interest on current account. Bank of Montreal, London 



Less— refund of overcharge of interest on 3 p.c. coupons 
of 1888 loan, June 30, 1906 

Total interest payable in London 



Payable tn Canada— 

Loan of 1883 (extended) at 3^ p.c. — 

^ y. to Ap. 30, 1906 (due in 1905-6, not applied for). 
I y. to Oct. 31, 1906 



Loan of 1891 (extended) at 3| p.c. — 

I y. to Nov. 30, 1906 

'A.' stock at 6 p.c— 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1907. 

' E.' stock at 3i p.c.-^ y. to Dec. 31, 1906. 
It at3|p.c.— iy. If 



Stocks at3| p.c. — 

' A.' i y, to Oct. 31, 1906 

'A.' 78 days int. to July 17, 1907, on amt. redeemed. 



' B.' i y. to Oct. 31, 1906 

Broken periods on amts. redeemed 

•C i y. to Oct. 31, 1906 

Loan of 1883 (extended) i y. to Oct. 31, 1906 

II 87 d. to Jan. 26, '07 on amt. redeemed. 



Carried forward . 



Principal. 



$ cts. 



31,356,595 88 

7,300,000 00 
15,573,333 33 



9,376,386 70 
12,166,666 66 
21,900,000 00 
19,466,666 66 



24,333,333 33 
15,056,006 86 



21,402,241 01 

2,929,793 81 

18,250,000 00 

10,950,000 00 



9,733,333 33 



1,216,666 66 



17,520,000 00 



5,000 00 
279,000 00 



500,000 00 

8,000 00 

500,000 00 

2,000,000 00 



58,899 67 
2,000 00 

402,100 00 
31,200 00 

49,066 34 

1,225,000 00 

1,000 00 



Interest. 



$ cts. 



292,000 00 
622,933 33 



187,527 73 
243,333 .33 

4.38,000 00 
389,333 33 



263,480 12 
1,294 45 



321,033 62 

43,946 90 

273,750 00 

164,2.50 00 



27,904 15 
7,693 61 



87 50 
4,882 50 



8,750 00 
36,666 66 



1,030 73 
14 95 



7,042 00 
183 25 



21,437 50 
8 34 



Total. 



$ cts. 
627,131 91 
914,933 33 

1,258,194 39 
425,833 33 

262,185 67 



802,980 52 
243,333 34 



4,534,592 49 



20,210 54 

132,670 82 
5,288 26 



4,692,762 11 
5,913 00 



4,686,849 11 



4,970 00 

8,750 00 
480 00 



45,416 66 



i,045 68 



7,225 25 
858 66 

21,445 84 



90,192 09 



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luterciiit on Public Debt— Con. 



Broiisrht forward. 



Payable in Canada — Con. 
Stocks at 3^ p.c. — Con. 

Loan of 1891 (extended), 



I y. to Aug. 31, 1906 

156 d. to Aug. 31, '06, on 

amount issued 

^ y. to Feb. 28, 1907 



Savings Bank deposits at 3 p.c. — 

Post Oflice, interest accrued for 9 m. to Mar. 31, '07 
Finance Dept., u „ 

Indian Trust Fund, interest on balance June 30, 1906 — 

9 m. to March 31, '07, at 6 p. c 

9 „ M 5 p.c 

9 M „ 3 p.c 



Railway Subsidies, Quebec, at 4A p.c — 

1 y. to Mar. 31, 1907, paid to Treasurer, Quebec. 

Compensation to seigniors at 6 p. c. — 

1 yr. to Dee. 31, 1906. 

49" dys. to Feb. 18, 1907, on amt. redeemed 



Seigniorial Indemnity lo Townships at 5 p.c. — 

Port Daniel East, 1 y. to Dec. 31, '06 

Provincial Trust Funds, Int. to Jan. 1, 1907 — 

Upper Canada Grammar School Fund at 4 p.c, 1 yr. 

M Building Fund at 4 p.c, 1 j'r 

It Land Improvement Fund at 4 p.c. . . . 

^ lyr 

Common School Fund at 5 p.c, h y. to July 1, '06. . 

131 d 

II H H • ^y. to Jan. 1, '07... 



Paid to Treasurer, Ontario. 



Lower Canada Superior Education Fund at 4 p.c. 

1 yr 

Common School Fund at 5 p.c, h v. to July 1, '06. 

131 d. 
II II II h, y. to Jan. 1, '07. 



Paid tcf Treasurer, Quebec 

Three Rivers Harbour Sinking Fund, at 4 p.c- 
h y. to Dec. 31, 1906 on bal. June 30, '06. . . 
3 m. to Mar. 31, 1907 on bal. Dec. 31, "06 . 



Manitoba Schc>ol Lands Fund at 4 p.c. — • 
On account of interest to Dec 31, 1906. 



Land Assixrance Fund, N. W. T., at 3 p. c — 
9 m. to Mar. 31, '07, on bal. July 1, 1906. 

Contractors' Security Dejiosits at 3 )).c. — 

Interest accrued to Mar. 31, 1907 

Short credited m 1905-6 



Civil Service Insurance Fund at 6 p. c — 

9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, oii bal. June 30, '06. 
Broken periods on additions to fund 



Superannuation Fund Xo 2, at 6 p.c. — 

9 m. to Mar. 31, 1907, on bal. June 30, '06 
Broken periods on additions to fund 



Retirement Fund at 4 p.c. — 

Interest accrued for i y. to Dec 31, '06. 

Carried forward 



Principal. 



S cts. 



417,600 00 

3,000 00 
406,200 00 



1,089,844 37 

595,865 64 

3,182,911 99 



2,394,000 00 



73,892 95 
3,509 06 



153 00 

312,769 04 

1,472,391 41 

124,685 18 

1,469, .561 75 

3,440 17 

1,473,001 92 



412, .".14 25 
1,110,0.39 51 

2, .598 5(5 
1,112,6.38 07 



1,237 04 
1,261 78 



187,323 27 



34,860 64 
6,624 66 

139,. S66 02 
8,368 45 



Interest. 



S cts. 



7,133 00 

44 89 

7,103 48 



1,027,833 83 
333,866 33 



49,043 00 
22,344 96 
71,615 51 



4,433 58 

28 25 



12,510 76 
58,S95 66 

4,987 40 

36,739 05 

61 73 

36,825 04 



16,492 56 

27,750 99 

46 fi3 

27,815 96 



24 74 
12 62 



37,277 54 
7,418 11 



1,568 73 
117 04 



6,271 47 
131 53 



Total. 



$ cts. 
90,102 09 



14,286 37 
1,361,700 16 

143,003 47 
107,730 00 

4,461 83 
7 64 



150,019 64 



72,106 14 

37 36 
18,000 00 

4,214 77 

44,695 65 

1,685 77 

6,403 00 

7,226 54 

2,025,770 43 



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7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Interest on Public Debt — Conclitded. 



Principal. 



Interest. 



Total. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



$ cts. 
2,025,770 43 



Payaltle in Canada — Concluded. 

Decayed Pilots' Fund at 3 p.c. — 

9 m. to Mar. 31, '07, on bal. June 30, 1906. 
Broken periods on aidditions to fund 



5,340 77 
5,309 59 



120 17 
5 12 



JLess— Interest credited in 1907-8. 



Pilotage Expense Account at 3 p.c. — 

9 m. to Mar. 31, '07, on bal. June 30, '06. 
Broken periods on additions to fund 



1,598 26 
52 13 



125 29 
10 24 


35 96 
59 



115 05 



36 55 



Interest payable in Canada 

ti II London (page G — 8) . 



2,025,922 03 
4,686,849 11 



Total to page G — 2. 



6,712,771 14 



Premium, Discount and Ezcliange. 

Premium on bonds and stocks bought for sinking funds and for Dominion Grovemment In. 
vestment Account — 



9,449 60 Canada 4 per cents at 103 



81,528 36 


I 102i 


14,600 00 


102I 


12,828 32 


102| 


74,401 61 


I02I 


9,733 33 


102^ 


43,365 93 


102 


i*7,771 32 


1013 


14,600 00 


IdlA 
10l| 


28,850 51 


20,926 66 


101| 


80,363 69 


10l| 


37,960 00 M 


101-^ 


2,433 33 


101^ 


20,926 66 


101 


58,400 00 


100s 
loof 


4,866 66 


31,996 69 


lOOi 


36.500 00 


lOOfg 


12,958 90 


loof 


86,30^ 42 


ioo| 


12,182 77 


' looi 



82,733 33 Canada 3^ per cents at 100| 



Premium on Exchange — 

£100,000 at 4. 87i 

10,000 at 4.87 



583 33 
33 34 



Total, to page G— 2. 



$ cts. 



283 49 

2,242 03 
383 25 
304 65 

1,674 09 
206 83 
867 32 

1,710 99 
209 87 
387 75 
287 74 

1,004 59 

427 (» 

25 85 

209 27 

511 00 

36 50 

159 97 

159 69 

48 60 

465 72 

15 23 

620 50 



12,241 98 

616 67 

12,858 65 



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Sinking Fnnds. 

StockH bour/ht for Sinkitiff Funds — 

Canada 4 per cents bought by Bank of Montreal, London. 
., 3i „ 
3 

Canada 4 per cents bought by Bank of England 



Recapitulntion hy Loans — 

Intercolonial Railway 4 per cent loan. 
Dominion 4 per cent loan of 187t> 

IT 4 per cent loans of 1878-9. . . 

11 4 per cent loans of 1875-S . . 

11 3^ per cent loan of 1884. . . . 
Canada reduced 4 per cent loan 



Total, to page G— 2 . 



Redemption of Public Debit 

Poyahle in Canada — 

Loan of 188.S, at 3i per cent, stock 

Loan of 1891, at 3| per cent, stock, $ 4,400, bonds, §500,000 

' A ' stock at St; per cent 

' B ' stock at 3| per cent 

Compensation to Seigniors at 6 per cent 



Payable in London — 

Loan of 1876 at 4 per cent 
Temporary loans 



$ cW. 



581,61.0 40 

82,733 33 

299,998 34 



129.707 92 

3,274 90 
15«,0r,l GO 
276,839 41 
129,603 91 
481,658 97 



1,000 00 

504,400 00 

2,000 00 

31,200 00 

3,509 66 



Total, to page G — 2. 



12,166,666 66 
2,920,000 00 



$ eta. 



964,347 07 
212,799 64 



1,17T,146 71 



1,177,146 71 



542,109 66 



15,086,666 66 



15,628,776 32 



Cbarges of Management. 

Assistant Beceiver General, Toronto ($5,909.86). 

D. Creighton, A. R. G., 9 m. to March 31, .S2,250 ; J. G. Ridout, accountant, $1,275. . . 
Clerks: N. Tovell, S750; C. E. Fleming, $600; Roy Cane, Jan. 10 to March 31, at: 

Messenger, M. Stewart , 

Postage, $51 ; telephone rent, 1 y. to July 1, '07, $.50 ; telegrams, .?8.75 

Cleanuig office, A. Stein, 9 m., $20 ; coin bags, ICO at 8|c., 300 at 7c., 200 at 4Sc 

Dye's (iovernment Counterfeit Detector, 1 yr's subscription to June .30, 1908 

Soap, .§3.40 ; items under .§3, 20, §20.30 

Department of Printing and St^ttionery : printing, $73.17 ; stationery, $62.01 



Assistant Receiver General, Montreal (94,4^4-^J- 

City and District Savings Bank, allowance for acting as A. R. G., 9 m. at $5,.500 per y. 
A. Ahem, Montreal : work on safe as per contract, .§120 ; changing 6 combinations, $4. 
r. H. Withycombe, Montreal : cleaning &c., 1 large bullion and 2 small hand balances. 

Rent of telephone, 6 m. at $58.50 ; 6 m. to Au^. 7, '07 at $57 ... 

Department of Printing and Stationery : jirintnig, $33.55 ; stationery, $99.57 



Assistant Beceiver General, Halifax (•$6,645.07). 

I. H. Mathers, A.R.G., 9 m, to March 31, $1,650 ; J. H. Balcom, teller, $1,087.50 

Accountants : L. Parker, §1,275 ; A. C. Johnstone, $1,200 

Clerks ; M. J. Ring, .?600 ; T. F. Morrison, Dec. 24 to March 31, at $600, $162.90 

Guard duty at $1 a night : J. H. Balcom, $127 ; M. J. Ring, $119 ; T. F. Morrison, $28. . 

Janitrix, E. Traynor, 9 m. at $15 ; postage, $35 ; P. O. box, 1 year to June 30, $4 

Telephone rent, 1 y. to Aug. 1, '07, at $45, (less 6 d. at$40) $44.92 ; telegrams, $10.78. . . 
Rent of burglar alarm wire, 6 m. to April 14, 1907, $5 ; care of alarm, 4 m. to Oct. 1, 1906, 
.$6 



Bookcase, .$9 ; sheets, 4 at $1.10 ; towels, 1 doz., $3 ; pillow slips, 5 doz., $1 .80 

Repairing battery and burglar alarm, $750 ; materials for same, $4.10 ; ever ready lights, 2 

at $1 . 75 

Repairs to cancelling press, safe, &c., $12.60 ; ice, $4 ; directory, $3..50 

Cleaning pijies, &c., $3.25 ; items imder $3, 15, $14.95 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $29.93 ; stationery, $53.44 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



3,525 00 

1,485 47 

562 50 

109 75 

65 26 

3 00 

23 70 

135 18 



4,125 00 

124 00 

45 00 

57 75 

133 12 



2,737 50 

2,475 00 

762 90 

274 00 

174 00 

55 70 

11 00 
18 20 

15 10 
20 10 
18 20 
83 37 



17,039 80 



G-12 



AUDITOR QENEBAU8 REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Charges of Management — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Assistant Receiver General, St. John ($5,733.42). 

H. D. McLeod, A.R.G., 9 m. to March 31, $1,650 ; G. F. Sancton, accountant, $1,200 

Clerks : R. S. Cowan, $825 ; R. Ewing, $750 ; J. M. Blaine, $600 ; T. H. Lawson, $487.50. 

Postage, $20 ; P. O. box, 1 y. to June 30, $4 ; telephone rent, 6 m. to April 1, 1907, $20 

Cleaning office, Mary Riley, $47.70 ; washing towels, $11.95 

Inspecting time lock, $10 ; cleaning out ashes, $10.55 ; shovelling snow, $7.38 

Rebinding ledger, $5 ; items imder $3, 6, $5 . 59 , 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $20.21 ; stationery, $"3.54 

Assistant Receiver General, Charlottetown ($4t49S.51J. 

P. Pope, A.R.G., 9 m. to March 31 

Clerks : W. Leitch, $1,200 ; F. Loughran, $900 ; D. A. McKinnon, $525 

Postage, $31 ; rent of telephone, 6 m. to June 30, 1907, $22 ; cutting notes, $10.35 

Cleaning offices, M. Matheson, 9 m., $72 ; laundry, $7 

Cleaning time lock, $10 ; items under $3, 13, $5 . 66 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $24.76 ; stationery, $40.74 



Assistant Receiver General, Winnipeg ($5,247 .06). 

H. M. Drummond, A.R.G., 9 m. to March 31, $1,687.50; A. C, McMicken, accountant, 
$1,275 



E. W. H. Armstrong, teller, $1,125 ; Miles Little, clerk, $375 

A. D. McLeod, temporary clerk, 9 m. to March 31 at $700 

Postage, $18 ; P. O. box, 1 y. to June 30, $6 ; telephone rent, 6 m. to June 1, $25. 

Scrubbing, M. Pugsley, 9 m , $67.50 ; cleaning time lock, $10 

Bags for silver, 100, $7.75 ; small items under $3, 5, $5.10 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $40.67 ; stationery, $79.54 



Assistant Receiver General, Victoria (S4'440.36J. 

J. H. McLaughlin, A. R. G., 9 m. to March 31, $1,800 ; D. B. McConnan, accountant, $1,050 

W. Winsby, teller, $750 ; E. W. Hardie, clerk, July 16 to March 31, at $600 

Postage, $10 ; P. O. box, $4 ; telephone rent, 9 m. to Mar. 31, $36 

Messenger, Wm. McKay, 9 m. at •i?20 ; cutting notes, $29 ; cleaning time lock, $10 

Laundry, $4.85 ; money bags, 3 doz., $3.50 ; items under $3, 6j $5.70 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $50.81 ; stationery, $80.70 



Country Savings Banks, Nova Scotia ($3,392.36). 



Acadia Mines, Geo. Romans : salary, 9 m., $187,50 ; postage, 14c 

Amherst, C. H. Bent : salary, $300 ; postage, $6 ; P. O. box, $2 

Arichat, P. Gruchy : salary, $300 ; postage, $4.05 

Barrington, F. W. Homer : salary, $225 ; postage, $3.25 

Guysboro, G. E. Jost : salary, $225 ; postage, $2 . 22 

Kentville, John Redden : salary, $300 ; postage, $6.25 . . 

Lunenburg, J. Moyle Rudolph : salary, $300 ; postage, $18.16 *. 

Maitland, C. P. McDougall : salary, .$225 ; postage, $7.50 

Pictou, A. C. Baillie : salary, $337 . 50 ; postage, $4 . 15 

Port Hood, E. D. Tremaine ; salary, $225 ; postage, $1.75 

Shelburne, W. W. Atwood : salary, $225 ; postage, $3.30 

Sherbrooke, Thos. Campbell : salary, $187.50; postage, $1.52; pass books, 22c. 

Wallace, J. W. Morris : salary, $187 .50 ; postage, $31 .25 

Weymouth, N. B. Jones : salary, 3 m. to Sept. 30, $75 ; postage, 60c 



Country Savings Banks, New Brunswick ($422.05). 

Frederictou, A. F. Street : salary, 3 m. to Sept. 30, $100 ; postage, $3 

M A. C. Winter, salary during Mr. Street's absence on sick leave. 
Newcastle, W. A. Park : salary, $300 ; postage, $5.05 



Country Savings Banks, Generally ($558.03). 

Department of Printing and Stationery : printing, $377.45 ; stationery, $105.58. 
G. W. Hyndman, on account of travelling expenses (see page G— 13; . 



Commission for 'payment of Interest, purchMse of Sinking Funds and Transfer of 
Stock ($15,355.37). 

Bank of Montreal, London, commission at £150 per million of debt, ^ y. to Dec. 31, 1906 on 
£42,069,524-2-7 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
17,039 80 



2,8.50 00 
2,662 50 
44 00 
59 65 
27 93 
10 59 
78 75 



1,650 00 
2,625 00 
63 35 
79 00 
15 63 
65 50 



2,962 50 


1,500 00 


525 00 


49 00 


77 50 


12 85 


120 21 


2,850 00 


1,175 80 


50 00 


219 00 


14 05 


131 51 


187 64 


308 00 


304 05 


228 25 


227 22 


306 25 


318 16 


232 50 


341 65 


226 75 


223 30 


189 24 


218 75 


75 60 


103 00 


14 00 


305 05 


483 03 


75 00 



15,355 37 



56,686 96 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



G-13 



Cliarges of ITIanagenient — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Brokerage on Purchases for Sinking Funds (•$1,885.93). 



Paid by Bank of Montreal, London, ^ p. c. on $541,602.49. 
Paid by Bank of England, i p. c. on §212,799.24 



English Bill Stamps, Postage, Telegrams (810,157.90). 

Bank of IMontreal, London : bill stamps, $9,607.71 ; postage, $232.63 ; cablegrams, $253.03. . 
Bank of England, bill stamps 



Issue and Redemption of Dominion Notes ($15,110.02). 

Salaries of temporary clerks in Currency Branch (Page G — 4) 

Printing Dominion Notes ($109,965.73). 

American Bank Note Co. ($109,965.73)— 

Ones and twos, 1,691,000 sheets of four notes — 

Engraving at $13.63 per 1,000 sheets 

Printing at $35 n 

Numbering at $3 m • 

Trimming at $2 n 

Paper at $11.40 m 



Printing, Advertising, Express and Miscellaneous Chxirges, including Commutation 
of Stamp Duty ($37,883 15). 

Bank of Montreal, London ($23,120.68)— 

Printing, $91 . 2o ; advertising, $516 . 61 ; freight, $4 . 56 

Commutation of stamp duty on bonds inscribed 

Commission on payments, ^ p.c. on $4,726,258 .64 

Commission on debt redeemed, ^ p.c. on $12,171,533.33 

Commission on purchases of sinking funds, | p.c. on .S.'254,022.79 

Brokerage paid on purchases for Dominion Investment Account, \ p.c. on .$41,366.64.. . 

Commission on purchases for Dominiijn Investment Account, i p.c. on $56,546.23 

Commission on purchases for Dominion Investment Account, -^5 p.c. on $68,133.34.. . . 
Express charges ($10,022.64)— 

Paid at Ottawa : Canadian Express Co., $3,948.65; Dominion Express Co., $4,902.25. 

II Toronto : Canadian Express Co 

II Halifax : Canadian Express Co 

If St. John : Dominion Express Co 

II Charlottetown : Canadian Express Co 

11 Winnipeg : Dominion Express Co 

II Victoria : Dominion Express Co 

Paid on foreign coin deported in 1905-6: Bank of Montreal, $116 . 75 ; Canadian Bank 
of Commerce, $40.32 ; Bank of British North America, $7 .75 ; Traders Bank 
of Canada, $1.02 

Legal services ($18) — 

Valmore Lamarche, Montreal, deed of release from Madame Marie Louise Levesque, et 

al, to His Majesty and copy thereof 

Travelling expenses (§S4G.03) — 

G. W. Hyndman: two trips to Martime Provinces re inspection, transportation, $276.45; 

living expenses, $390.89; (less, charged to Country Savings Banks, $75). 

J. E. Rourke : travel re transfers at Fredericton and Weymouth, transportation, $71.35 ; 

living expenses, $175.34 ; assistance getting out balance, 14 h. at 50c 

Travel and other expenses re counterfeiting ($603.13) — 

A. P. Sherwood : travel, .$91.30 ; Uving expenses, $80.75 ; cabs, telegrams, &c., $54.67 ; 

redemption of notes, $11.06 ; paid for mformation, $5; advance on account, $200 

(refunded in 1907-8) 

R. G. Chamberlain: travel, $31.30; living expenses, $36.26; cabs, telegrams, &c., 

$12.97 

Pinkerton's National Detective Agency : services re bogus cheque, \h d. at $8, 8 d. at 

$6; expenses, $9.83 _. 

Thiel Detective Service Co. : operatives, 2 at $5 

MisceDaneous charges (.$3, 272. 67)— 

A. R. G., Montreal : cleaning, &C. automatic gold coin weighing machine, $13.50; sun- 
dries, $2.70 

Bank of Montreal, New York, purchasing sterling exchange : ^ per cent on $3,500,000 

transferred to the bank by the government, $2, 187 . 50 ; express on gold, $655.60 ; 

cables, $4 



Carried forward 231,280 41 



$ Ct3. 

56,686 96 



1,3.53 95 
531 98 



10,153 37 
4 62 



1.5,110 02 



23,048 33 

59,185 00 

5,073 00 

3,382 00 

19,277 40 



612 42 


873 33 


5,907 83 


5,214 41 


317 03 


103 42 


70 70 


21 54 


8,850 90 


68 45 


38 55 


5 00 


47 75 


646 70 


199 45 



165 84 



18 00 



592 34 


253 69 


442 78 


80 52 


69 83 
10 00 


16 20 


2,847 10 



0-14 



AUDITOR OENERAUS REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Cbarges of Management — Concluded. 
Brouglit forward 

Miscelleanous charges — Concluded. 

Milton L. Hersey, Montreal : inspecting, cleaning and making sundry articles for the 
automatic gold coin weighing machine, transferred from Toronto to Montreal, time, 
3G7| hrs. at 75c., 119^ hrs. at 25c.; 1 wattmeter, $62.82; cutting wall, building in 
machine, dfec. , $17 . 05 ; sundry hardware, $12 .50 

Thornton & Truman, Ottawa : 1 copper scale pan, $6.50 ; 1 brass funnel, $5 

Total to page G— 2 



$ cts. 
231,280 41 



397 87 
11 50 



231,689 78 



Pensions under Supply Bill. 



imiscellaneous Pensions 

Mrs. Thos. Delaney, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at -5400 

Miss Hariiet Fraser, 9 m. to Mar. 31. at $250 

Mrs. Wm. McDougall, 9 m. to Mar. 31, less Sept., at $1,200. . 



Pensions : Fenian Raid* 



Bryan, James, ^yiarton, Ont., 365 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 30c , 

Charron, Virginie, Ste. Therese, P.Q., widow of P. Charron, ^ y. to Dec. 31, 1906 , 

Charters, Thos., Austintown, Ohio, 151 d. at 2.oc., 214 d. to Dec. 31, l! '06, at 50c.; over 

payment, 50c. , 

Elliott, M. A., Evart, Michigan, widow of J. H. Elliott, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Fahey, Wm.. Toronto, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Lugsdin, Chas., Toronto, 365 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 25c 

McEachren, Caroline, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., widow of M. McEachren, Jan. 1 to April 20, 

at $184 per y., 255 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 64c. ; overpayment, .SI .05 

Oliphant, Alex., Toronto, 365 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 30c 

Prentice, Caroline, Harriston, Ont., widow of G. Prentice, 1 y. to Deo. 31, 1906 

Robertson, 0. T., Fidlerton, Calif., 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Scholfield, Fergus, Dunnville, Ont., 365 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 20c 

Thorburn, M., Montreal, by her curator, J. Pow., 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Worthingto.n, Mary E., widow of P. Worthington, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1906 

Detailed under Militia Pensions Generally (Page G— 16) 



Pensions In lien of Ordnance Lands. 



300 00 
187 50 
800 00 


1,287 50 


109 50 
55 00 


145 25 

110 00 

200 00 

91 25 


219 70 
109 50 



Burton, James, London, 12 m 

Hughes, Francis Jones, Sault Ste. Marie, 12 m . 



Total to page G— 2. 



Pensions, Nortlnw^est Rebellion, 1885, and Militia Pensions Generally. 

Jforthwest ReheUion, 1885 (915,381.35). 

Agnew, Thos., Medina, New York, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 25c 

Ahlanius, Louis, Calgary, Alta., 365 d. to June 30, 1907 

Barton, Wm., Blackstock, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Bastien, Antoine, Jeune Lorette, P.Q., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 25c 

Bell, Samuel, Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Blackwood, Alec. S., De Winton, Alta., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 15c 

Boucher, Alexandre, St. Ambroise Lorette, P.Q., 365 d. to June 30. 1907, at 23c 

Bruce, Valentine, Newcastle, S. Africa, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Burke, Francis, Winnipeg. 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Cane, James, Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

CannifF, W. H^, Toronto, 1 y. to June 30, 1907 

Cantwell, W. J ., Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 45c 

Cawley, Edward, Walkerton, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Cleroult, Leocadie, wife of Victor Cleroult, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 36§c 

Cook, R. S., Prince Albert, Sask., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Comock, W. B., Green way, Man., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Dalton, E. T. , San Francisco, Cal., 365 d. Ut June 30, 1907, at 55c . 



219 70 

109 50 
208 00 

110 00 
73 00 

150 00 

250 00 

19 40 


1,850 60 


19 46 
19 46 


38 92 



Carried forward. 



91 25 


365 00 


200 75 


91 25 


219 00 


54 75 


83 95 


219 00 


200 75 


200 75 


200 00 


164 25 


219 00 


133 84 


200 75 


182 50 


200 75 



3,027 54 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



G— 15 



Pensions under Suppl\ Bill. 



Pensions, Nortliwest Rebellion, 1885, and ITIlIltia Pensions Generally — Con. 

Brought forward 

Northwest RehcUion, 1SS5 — Continued. 

Daly, S. M., Llovdminster, Sask., 365 d. to June 30, 1P07, at 50c 

Davidson, John, London, Ont., 365 d. to Jnue 30, 1907, at OCc 

Dobbs, Hannah, Toronto, widow of A. Dobbs, by S. A. Armstrong, her statutory c-inniittee, 

1 y. to June 30, 1907 

Doucet, A. E., (Quebec, 1 y. to June 30, 1907 

Eager, James, Seattle, Wash., 3li5 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Fairbanks, W. S., Montreal, 184 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at .55c 

risk, T. G. , Tonopah, Nevada, S65 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Eitzgibbou, John, St. Vincent de Paul P.Q., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 30c 

Fortin, J. B., Limoilou, P Q., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Erancis, Francis, Toronto, 365 d. to .Tune 30, 1907, at 30c 

Graffney, J. T., Claremont, Cape Colony, S. Africa, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 90c 

Goughan, Michael, Collingwood, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1007, at 16c 

Gayfer, Chas. E., Luton, England, 1S4 d. to Dec, 31, 1906, at 30c 

Gibson, Wm., Toronto, .365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 30c 

Graham, A. P., Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 25c 

Guy, C. E., Winnipeg, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 25c 

Halliwell, J. E., Sterling, Ont., 1 y to June 30, 1907 

Harris, Edward, Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Hay, W. H., Hamilton, Ont., by his statutory committee, S. A. Armstrong, 365 d. to June 

30, 1907, at 55c 

Hepburn, A. D., Lindsay, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

Hislop, David, Los Angeles, Calif., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at .55c 

Hormel, Christian, Toronto, .365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Houde, Gaudois, Quebec, .365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 5.5c 

Jarvis, Miles, O'R., Winnipeg, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at oOc 

Jones, Henry, Winnipeg, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 30c 

Jones, Richard, Mt. Dennis, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at .50c 

Kemp, Chas. H., Winnipeg, 365 d. to Jime m, 1907, at 60c 

Kemp, W. A., Vancouver, B.C., .365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Langlois, Pierre, Isle aux Grues, P.Q., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Lee, A. E., Strathroy, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c ' 

Lemay, J. E. , Montreal, 184 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 23c 

Le^hbridge, J. E., Lethbridge, Alta., Jan. 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907, 546 d. at 90c 

Ma cdonald, E. J., Meaford, Ont., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 6.5c., underpayment, 30c 

MaClurcan, Chas., Boston. Mass., 1 y. to June 30, 1907 

Maiden, J. P., Belleville, Ont, 365 d. to June 30, 190?; at 45c 

Marois, Octavie, F., Quebec, widow of Theo. Marios, 1 y. to June 30, 1907 

II .1 for 1 child, Philomene, aged 20^, ^ y. to Dec. 31, 1!!06 

Martin, A. S., St. Catharines, Ont., 1 y. to Juno 30, 1907 

Marwick, Margaret, Halifax, widow of Fred Marmck 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at ISJc. . 

Matthews, W. W., Winnipeg, 365 d. to June 30, 1907,, at 55c 

Mawhinnev, Wm., Toi-onto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at OOc 

Milson, Henry, Toronto, 355 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

McClelland, Thos. G., Calgary, 3t» d. to June 30, 19 07, at 60c 

Mcllveen, Joseph, Toronto, 3a5 d. to June 30, 1907, at 20c 

McLintock, J. W., Toronto, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 80c 

Parkhill, Samuel, Victoria, B.C., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 30n 

Perrin, H. B., Dauphin. Man., 365 d. to June .30, 1907, at 55c 

Peters, S. E., Winnipeg, 1 y. to June 30, 1907 

Reynolds, Thos., Sevenoaka, Kent, Eng., 365 d. to June 30. 1907, at .55c 

Ryan, Mary, Montreal, widow of .J. E. Ryan, 1 y. to .June 30, 1907 

Ryan, Mary, Montreal, widow of J. F. Rvan, for daughter, Mary E., aged 21, 1 y. to June 

30, 19(J7 " 

Stewart, Alex., Shellmouth, Man., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Stout, T. J., Stratford, Eng., 3K5 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Swan, J. W. C, Akron, Ohio., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Thompson, F. J., Vancouver, B.C., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Vinen, John, Stonewall, Man., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 4.5c 

Walling, E. H., Quebec, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 90c 

Weir, Marshall, Keene, Ont., .365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 55c 

West, W. R., Edmonton, Alta,, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Wilcox, John, St. Louis, Mis.souri, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 30c 

Wilson, M. J. Ottawa, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at .55c 

Woodman, W. Y., Digby, N.S., 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 50c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
3,027 54 



182 50 
219 00 

91 25 

280 00 
182 50 
101 20 
200 75 
109 50 
200 75 
109 50 
328 50 
58 40 
- 55 20 
109 50 
91 25 
91 25 
280 00 
182 50 

200 75 

200 75 
200 75 
182 .50 
200 75 
182 50 
109 50 
182 50 
219 00 
2(9 00 
182 50 
182 50 

42 32 
491 40 
200 45 
280 (X) 
164 25 

58 44 

7 02 

250 00 

68 44 
200 75 
328 50 
182 50 
219 00 

73 00 
292 00 
109 50 
200 75 
1,000 00 
200 75 

68 44 

14 60 
219 00 
219 00 
182 50 
219 00 
164 25 
328 50 
200 75 
182 50 
109 50 
200 75 
182 50 



14,834 45 



(J-16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7S EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Pensions under Supply Bill. 



Pensions, Northwest Rebellion, 1885, and Militia Pensions Generally — Con. 

Brought forward 

Northwest Rebellion, 1885 — Continued. 

Young, A. L., Winnipeg, 365 d. to June 30, 1907, at 60c 

Young, James, Halifax, 365 d. to June 30, 1^)07, at 60c 

Zachariah, Jacque, Toronto, 365 d. to June SO, 1907, at 30c 

Militia Pensions Generally ($710.20). 

Dash, E. J., Uxbridge, Ont., Oct. 17, 1906, to Feb. 28, 1907, 135 d. at 40c 

Franckum, John, Montreal, by his curator, W. H. Franckum, 365 d. to June 30, 1906, at 30c. 
Gosling, Jessie M., widow of A. A. Gosling, June 30, 1905, to Dec. 31, 1906, 550 d. at 25c.. . . 

Graham, Andrew, Markdale, Ont., 365 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 30c 

Meaeham, W. J., Hamilton, Ont., 1 y. to Oct. 14, 1907 

Rennick, John, Hintonburgh, Ont., 184 d. to Dec. 31, 1906, at 30c 

Thompson, Geo., Salmondale, N.B., July 8 to Oct. 2, 87 d. at 50c., 364 d. to Oct. 2, 1907, at 
25c 

Less — Paid from Fenian Raid Pensions (Page G — 14) 

Royal NortbiT^est ITTonnted Police : Pensions Under Supply Bill. 

Anderson, Mrs. Ann, Westbourne, mother late Joseph Anderson, 274 d. to March 31, at 25c. 
Brooke, Mrs. M. J., Verdun, widow late Staff-Sergt. Brooke : pension 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 

75c. ; compassionate allowance to 2 children ac 15c. a d. each 

Burke, Mrs. S., Battleford, widow late Const. Burke, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 37^0 

Fury, Wm., Richmond Hill, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 60c , 

Grant, Mrs. M. J., Duck Lake, compassionate allowance to children of late E. Grundy, at 

7^c. a d. each 

Harper, G. H., Pakan, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 60c 

Loasby, Clarence, Sirdar, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 2.3c 

McRae, Donald, Vancouver, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 45c 

Middleton, Robt., Guelph, father late R. Middleton, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at :5c 

Moore, Major H. S., Ballylough, 9 m. to Mar. 25, 1907 

Pocock, H. R. A., London, Eng., 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 23c 

Smith, Mrs. Mary A., mother late Alex. Fisher, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 25c 

Ward, J. H., Nelson, 274 d. to Mar. 31, at 90c 



$ cts. 
14,834 45 



219 00 
219 00 
109 EO 



54 00 
109 50 
137 50 

109 .50 

110 00 

55 20 

134 50 



16,092 15 
19 40 



16,072 75 



68 50 



287 70 


102 75 


164 40 


75 45 


164 40 


63 02 


123 30 


68 50 


600 00 


63 02 


68 50 


246 60 



2,096 14 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 



G-17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Pensions Authorized by Statute. 



Pensions to Judges. 

Ontario — 

John Deacon, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,400 

J. R. Gowiin, 9 m. to Mar. .31 at $1,7.33.33 

J. M. Hamilton, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at Sl.fjOO 

D. J. Hughes, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S2,600 

Peter O'Brian, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S2, 400 

Sir Henry Strong, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .?5,333.33 

J. P. Woods, 9 nj. to Mar. 31 at 81,600 

R. S. Woods, July 1 to Nov. 20 at §2,400 (deceased), 

Quebec — 

Louis Belanger, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at S2,'J6().66 

W. W. Chagnon, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,666. C6 

L. B. Caron, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §.5,0. 

Sir L. E. N. Casault, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §G,0G0 

L. A. de Billv, July 1 to M.ar. 20 at §2,333.33 (deceased) 

C. J. Doherty, Nov. 22 to Mar. 31 at § (,666. 67 

Sir A. Lacoste, Jan. 2.o to Mar. 31 at §5,333.33 

H. G. Malhiot, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§2,666.66 

J. A. Ouimet, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §4,666.67 

A. C. Papineau, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §3.333.34 

A. B. Routhier, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §8,000 

Sir H. E. Taschereau, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §10,000 

Wm. White, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,666.66 

If ova Scotia — 

H. McD. Henry, 9 m. to Mar. .31 at §2,666.66 

Jas. McDonald, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §5,000 

B. E. Tremaine, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §1,600 

R. L. Weatherbe, Mar. 19 to 31 at §7,000 

Neto Brunswick — 

J. Steadman, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§1,600 

J. G. Stevens, July 1 to Oct. 16 at §2,4C0 (deceased) 

J. A. Vanwart, 9 m. to Mar. 81 at §2,666.66 

Wm. Wilkinson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §3,000 

Manitoba — 

Sir T. W. Taylor, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §3,333.33 

Northicest Territories — 

T. H. McGuire, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §.3,333.34 

H. Richardson, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §4,000 

British Coluvibia — 

C. F. Cornwall, 3 m. to Mar. at §2.000 

W. T. Drake, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,666.66 

J. F. McCreight, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§2,666.67 

G, A. Walkem, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at .§2,666.66 



Total to page G — 2 



cts. 



miscellaneous Pen»>ions. 

British Columbia — 

P. J. Hankin, late Colonial Secretary, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §2,595.56. 
Sir G. Phillippo, late Attorney General, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at §584 

Total to page G— 2 



Militia Pensions : Upper Canada* 



Fox, Wm., Maitland, Ont., 1 v. to June 30, 1907 

Groves, Oliver, Cornwall Tp., ■Ont.,Tp., 1 y. to June 30, 1907. 

Total to page G— 2 



Military Asylum Pensions 

Pensions 6 m. in advance to May 18, 1907 — 

Mary A. Hawkes, Toronto 

Catherine Maiden, Kingston 

Catherine Monoghan, Quebec 

Mary Peard, Montreal 

Louise Pigotte, Montreal 

Total to page G— 2 

1— 2g 



1,800 00 


1,300 OO 


1,006 64 


1,950 00 


1,800 00 


4,000 00 


1,200 00 


933 33 


2.000 00 


2,000 00 


3,750 00 


4,500 00 


1,680 96 


1,672 19 


989 24 


2,000 00 


3, .500 00 


2,500 00 


6.000 00 


7,500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


3,750 00 


1,200 00 


244 63 


1,200 00 


703 22 


2.000 00 


2,250 00 


2,500 00 


2, .500 00 


3,000 00 


500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 



81,990 21 



1,946 64 
438 00 



2,384 64 



80 00 
80 00 



160 00 



12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 

60 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1906-1907 

7-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1908 



Pensions attthorized by Statute. 



Royal Northwest Mounted Police : Pensions under Statute. 

Officers. 

Griesbach, A. H., Victoria, B. C, ex-superintondent, 9 m. to March 31 

Howe, Mrs. A. M., Calgary, widow of late Supt. J. Howe : pension, 9 m. to March 31, 

$262.50 ; compassionate allowance for 2 children, $105 

Irwin, W. H., Cardston, ex-inspector, 9 m. to March 31 

McGinnis, Mrs. S., Battleford, widow late Insp. T. McGinnis: pension, 9 m. to^March 31, 

$187 . 50 ; compassionate allowance for 6 chddren, $292 .50 

Moffatt, G. B., Calgary, ex-supei intendent, 9 m. to March 31 

Morris, Mrs. A. W., Winnipeg, widow late Supt. W. S. Morris, 9 m. to March 31 



iV. C. Officers and Men . 



Steele, S. B., London, Eng., 9 m. to March 31 

Bagley, F. A., Calgary, ex-sergeant-major, 9 m. to March 31 

Barker, Robt., Saffron, Eng., ex-sergeant-major, 9 m. to March 31 

Bertles, Peter, Pincher Creek, ex-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Brymner, J. G., New Westminster, ex-staff -sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Clisby, John, Saskatoon, ex -constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Cochrane, E., Winnipeg, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Cotter, C. S., Lethbridge, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Davis, J. W., Vancouver, ex-sergeant, Jan. 14 to March 31, 1907 

Dee, C. H., Toronto, ex-sergeant-major, 5 m. to March 31 

DesBarres, H., Estevan, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 . . . 

Draycott, C. F., Battleford, ex-constable, Feb. 8 to March 31 

Dunning, S. J., Battleford, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Evans, S., Edmonton, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Fraser, Geo., Lethbridge, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Fyffe, J., South Qu'Appelle, ex -staff -sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Grahame, G. Mitchell, Calgary, ex-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Guthrie, John, Battleford, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Hilliard, C, Stand Off, ex-staff -sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Hooper, H.C.L., Josephburg, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Hynes, John, Fahy, Ireland, ex -constable, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1906 

Jeffrey, Nichol, Prince Albert, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Joyce, H. C, Dovercourt, ex-constable, 3 m. to Sept. 30, 1906 

Keenan, H., Prince Albert, ex-staff sergeant, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 190G 

Kenney, Jos. , Calgary, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 . . . 

Lapointe, D., Battleford, ex-constable, 12 m. to March 31 

Mackenzie, A. J., Regina, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 . . 

Martin, J. A., Charlottefcown, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Mai-tin, S., Fort Qu'Appelle, ex-staff-sergeant, 6 m. to Dec. .31, 1900.. 

Parker, Chas., Battleford, ex-staff -sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Parks, Wm., Prince Albert, ex-constable, Jan. 8 to March 31 

Patteson, T. E., Lethbridge, ex-staff -sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Perry, Frank, Estevan, ex-staff-sergeant. 9 m. to March 31 

Pinnell, T. E., Maple Creek, ex-constable, 7 m. to Jan. 31 

Pringle, Jas., Prince Albert., ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Robertson, B. H., Stovely, ex-constable, 9 m, to March 31 

Roby, F. C, Macleod, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Rudd, F. R., Battenburg, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31 

Service, Geo., Victoria, B. C, ex-.=ergeant. 9 m. to INIarch 31. . ...... 

Spicer, F. W., Grand Tower, 111., ex sergeant-major, 9 m. to March SI . . 

Steward, Alfred, Regina, ex-staff -sergeant, 9 m, to March 31 . 

Stewart, J. F., Welwyn, ex-staff-sergeant, 9 m. to March 31.. . 

TurnbuU, John, Jedburg, Scotland, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31. . . . 

Walker, Harry, Regina, ex-constable, 9 m. to March 31 

Warren, James, ex-constable, 12 m. to March 31 

Watson, Albert, Auckland, N. Z., ex-sergeant, 12 m. to March M 

Young, P. T., Calgary, ex-constable, 9 m. to Maich 31 

Total to page G — 2 , , 



ITIilitia Pensions, Act of 1901. 



Bridgeford, John S., Montreal, 9 m. to March 21, 1907 . . . 

Codd, Alfred, Winnipeg, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Curtin, David, Kingston, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Dawson, M. do B., London, Ont., 10 m. to March 31, 1907. 

Carried forward 



10,227 06 



FINANCE DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



G-19 



Pensions authorized by Statute. 



Milttia Pensions, Act of 1901— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Desnoyers, C H. , Montreal, 1) m. to March 31, 1007 

Farley, J. .J., (deceased) Quebec, f) in. and 8 d. to Dec. 8, 1906 

Forrest, W. H., Quebec, 9 m. to jNIarch .SI, 1907 

Fox, W. H., Quebec, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Gordon, Joseph, Montreal, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Gpudreau, Jean, Quebec, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1907 

Guy, Geo., Ottawa, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Horner, Hugh, Loudon, Ont., Aug. 15, 1906 to March 31, 1907, at $118.59 per annum 

Hudon, J. A. G., Kingston, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Imlah, A., Charlesbourg P. Q., 9 n.. to March, 31, 1907 

Jordan, Wm., Quebec, 9 m. to Marr-h 31. 1907 

Lavie, C. A. B., Quebec, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Millie, H. F. B., London, Ont., 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Mun'i-o, J. B., London, Out., 9 m. to March 31 1907 

McNamee, Kate, Quebec, wife of J. McNamee, 10 m. to March 31, 1907 

Nauffts, Mary I., wife of F. NaufTts, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Neilson, J. L. H., Neilsonville, P. Q., 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1907 

Pidgeou, Geo. H., jr., Hamilton, Ont., 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Sewell, C. C., Quebec, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1907 

Sheldon, Alfred, Fredericton, N. B., 9 m. to March 31, 1907 , 

Tingman, J. E. Quebec, 9 m. to March 31, 1907 

Walker, W. H., Fredericton, Jan. 11 to March 31, 1907, atS308.13 per annum. 

Deductions from pensions detailed in 1905-1906 (Page Q — 146) charged in 1906-1907 

Less — Pension deduction from salary of Lt.-Van Tuyl, credited in error to this account , 
Total carried to page G— 2 



S cts. 
1,796 05 



108 54 


442 92 


926 65 


52 02 


79 77 


29 75 


1,116 00 


74 60 


550 62 


794 82 


171 00 


376 6