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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



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FIRST SFSSION OF TIIK THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1918 






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VOLUME UI1. 




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Alphabe ; mal Papers 






ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



FIRST session". THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 



A 

Admiralty, Board of- -Statement 

by. re marine losses, etc., from 1 I] 

1917 

Agriculture — Report of Department of, 

year 1917 15 

Agricultural Instruction Act, 1916-17.. .. 15c 
. Str. — documents ri eervici ol 114 

Auditor General's Report, 4 Vols 1 

ion camps — number of, etc 101 



Bank of British North America — re mer- 
ger of with Bank of Montreal 110 

Blue Books — number printed years 1916- 
17 — re number in both languages.. . . US 

Bonds and securities — since last return, 

1917 79 

Bran, shorts, mill feed exported to 1 

States without license. 191 7-1 S; X60 

British North America — Bank of. re mer- 
ger of with Bank of Montreal HO 

Buildings rented in Ottawa by Govern- 
ment — number of, etc 85 



i Pacific Railway Company — 
Return re all lands sold by, 1917 
Canada Food Board — correspondence re 

Orders in Council creating the same. . 56<f 
Canada Registration Board — memo, re 

plans of 

Canadian War Records Office — Report of 

for year 1917 121a 

Canadian War Records Office — Report of, 

on work of. since foundation, to 1917.. 121 
Canadian Northern Railway — Statement 

re amount advanced, 1917 62 

Canadian Northern Railway — Statement 

of sums paid to, etc 62n 

42201—1 



anal statistics, for year 1917 

ensus of Prairie Pi > > 

Agriculture — Manitoba, Sasl 

• 1 Ali-i t ; 1916 

ivil Service List, year 1917 

" Commission, Report of, 1917. 

lerk of the Crown in Chancer; 

mary Report of 

Coal, gasoline, etc. .imported into Ca 

1914-15-16-17 

Cold storage conditions in Winnipeg 

respondence relating to 

mimissioned officers in 

recruiting, etc., at Quebec 

Commission of Conservation — Re] 

for 1917 

Concilliation. Board of — Report, 1917... 
Coolie labour re importation of, etc.. 
Customs — Report of Department of year 

1917 

istoms— Refund of. etc.. 1917 



1 I 



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1 Matthews-B 

Ltd. — Report of Commission re 

Dominion Lands — 

Orders in Council re 



reservation of, for 

Soldiers' Settlement 

on Steel Corporation. Ltd., re con- 
tract for steel in construction of ships. 
Dominion Publicity Committee — State- 
ment re expenditure of, in connection 

Victory Loan 

Dominion Executive Committee of Can- 
ada — Report of Chairman of, re Victory 
Loan 

Markdale Standard, etc . mi 



119 
103 



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A. 1918 



E 

Editorial Committee on printing — Order 

in Council re establishment of 5Sa 

Editorial Committee on printing — Annual 

Report of — 1917 to part of 191S 5S 

election. General — Return of 1917 IS 

Engineers Training Depot — St. Johns. 

P.Q., names of r omcers, etc 70 

Estimates year ending March 31, 1919.. 3 

Supplementary ending March 

31, mis 4 

Supplementary ending March 

31. 1919 5 

Experimental Farms — Report of. 1917.. 16 
External Affairs — Report of, 1917 33 

F 
Families of deceased soldiers receiving 

pensions, etc 162 

Farm tractors, etc. — Order in Council. 

reports, etc 95 

Food Controller — Report of, 1918 56a 

" Order in Council creat- 
ing, etc 56 

Order in Council, ex- 
penses ot Dept. of — 

salaries, etc 56e 

Order in Council, num- 
ber and names of 
Staff — salaries, etc. .. 56c 
Order in Council, re 

creating of 56d 

Order in Council, re 
department controlling 

same 5fi6 

Foodstuffs ordered to be destroyed in past 
year — in Winnipeg, Hamilton, Toronto. 

Ottawa and Montreal 144 

Foodstuffs ordered to be destroyed in To- 
ronto in April. 191S 145 

Forest Reserves and Parks Act — Orders 

in Council, re 72 

Fordson Tractors — Report re purchase of, 

etc., by Government 163 

Fuel Controller — Order in Council relat- 
ing to appointment of, etc 57 

G 

name birds — migratory, non-game birds, 
migratory, etc.. Order in Council, No. 
S71 re protection of 138 

Geographic Board — Report of year 1917. 25d 

Georgian Bay Canal Commission — In- 
terim Report No. 2 141 

Georgian Bay Canal Commission — In- 
terim Report No. 3 142 

Geological Survey — Report of — year 1917. 26 

Globe, Toronto, and Devoir, Montreal- 
amounts paid to years, 191 3-16-1 7-1 S. . 154 

Globe, Toronto, and Toronto Star — 
amounts paid to between Jan., 1917 
and April. 1918 „ 159 

Governor General's Warrants 60 

H 

Halifax Pilotage System — Report of Royal 

Commission to inquire into 99 

Halifax Relief Commission — re appoint-) 
ment of 1 49 

Halifax. Report of Halifax Relief Com- | 
mission j 

Hospitnl Commission — names and num- 
ber of staff of. etc 90 

Hospital for invalid soldiers at Ste. Anne 

de Bellevue — documents re 134 

Hudson's Wharf — re monies expended on 

since 1911 Ifi7 

Hydrometric Surveys, 1916 25c 



I 
He Perrot, sud — re expenditure of moneys 

on wharf at. since 1911 106 

lie Perrot, nord — re expenditure of moneys 

on wharf at. since 1911 108 

Imperial Royal Flying Corps, in relation 

to the Canadian Government 148 

Imperial Royal Flying Corps, in relation 

to the Canadian Government 14Nn 

Indian Affairs — Report of, 1917 27 

Inland Revenues — 

Part I — Excise - 12 

" II — Weights and Measures, etc... 13 

" III — Adulteration of Food 14 

Insurance, Report of Superintendent of 

1917 S 

Insurance Companies — Abstract of State- 
ments of. 1917 9 

Interior — Report of Department of, year 

1917 25 

Internal Economy Commission, House of 

Commons, 1917 41 

J 

Johnson. Main, re appointment of as sec- 
retary to Hon. X. W. Rowel! 152 

Joliette Co., relating to returning officer 

of, in last Dominion election 124 

Journal Publishing Co.. Ltd., amount paid 

to in 1912-13-14-15-16-17, etc 161 

Judgments rendered to date, under mili- 
tary Service Act 97 

E 

Labatt. Col. — relating to granting of pen- 
sion to 123 

Labour — Report of Department of, year 

1917 36 

Labour and the War Committee — Memo. 

of conferences between, 1918 78 

Langton. Col., re appointment of as Pay- 
master General 117 

Librarians of Parliament — Report of, 

1917 40 

Liquor — Return re amount brought into 

Territories, 1917 74 

List of shipping for year 1917 22 

Lobster hatcheries remaining closed.. .. 157 

M 

Main Johnson. Mr. — Order in Council ap- 
pointing secretary to Mr. Rowell.. .. 152 

Marine and Fisheries — Report of, 1917.. 21 

Migatory birds — game and non-game. do. 13S 

Military District No. 5, Que., re officers 

employed at 12s 

Militia Council — Report of 35 

Militia and Defence — Memo. No. 3 re 
European War S4 

Militia and Defence — Memo. No. 4 re 
work of from Jan. 1, 1917 to Dec. 31, 
1917 84a 

Military Service Act — number of persons 
called under, number of examinations 
by Provinces, etc 122 

Military Service Council — names of all 

persons employed in Ottawa, in 98 

Military Service Council — Report of on 

administration of the Act 105 

Military Service — Order in Council re. . 53 

Military Hospital Commission re proper- 
ties purchased by, in Quebec city.. .. SS 

Military Hospital Commission, number 

of e'^ploye^s of. of all ranks S9 

Military Service Act — judgments rendered 

to date, under 97 



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A. L91S 



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Minutes ol Pi rigs Conf< renci b 

tween Federal : i r i . i Provincial Govern- 
ments, 1918 

Mines Branch Report ol \' ar un;. . . . 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses., .. 

Mulgrove Port, N s ., re appointment ot 
prevent ive officer al 

Munition Resources Commission Report 
of, 1915 to 191S 

N 

National Battlefields Commission — Report 

of 

National Transcontinental Rallwaj State- 
ment re gross earnings of year ending 

March. 1918 

N ival Set \ i' e R< port of, 1917 

Fisheries Branch of 1 >e- 

partment of 

i '.' ■ adian Biology 

Newspapers — amounts paid t iccount 

Victory Loan 

News I'rnii - -Report of R. A. Pringle, re, 



O'Connor, W. v.. re resignation of as 

i 'est of Living Commissioner 

i i] .i.i e in < louncil — 

Re amendments of Defence of Canada 
Order of 1917, also re ditto .ships 
lights 

/.', carriage of explosives on vessels for 
self-defence 

Re sale of securities, by Provincial and 
Municipal, or other bodies 

/.■- prohibition of the Press, from state- 
ments ''- war matters, etc 

Re Military Voters Act, and War-Time 
Elections Act 

Re National Service Board 

Re Dominion Lands, etc 

/.*• Forest Reserves and Park Act.. .. 

/.', to Dominion Lands survey, etc.. .. 

Relating to Naval affairs 

Relating to wearing of uniforms by 
civilians, etc 

Relating to rank of warrant officer 
also re examining officers at Canadian 
ports 

Relating to rank of warrant office] 
also re examining officers at Canadian 
ports 

Relating allowances to navigating ofli- 

Relating to rates on railways 

Relating to intoxicating liquors 

Relating t., Department of Immigration 
and Colonization 

Relating to soldiers — civil rr establish- 
ment 

Relating to War Purchasing Commis- 
sion 

Relal ng to War Mission to United 
States — appointment of 

Relating to War Mission to United 
States— appointment of 

Relating to Halifax Relief Commission 

Re'ating to War Committee of the 
Cabinet 

Relating to appointments, etc. --to the 
public service 

12201— li 



Relating to Publii Sen ii •■ t ?oi itti e ol 

National Set \ ice 

Relal ing i" Military Service, eti 
Relating to Wai Mea an v ■ 
Relating to I tireetor ol t 'ublii Informs 

tion 

Relating to F< 



itroller. 



42e 
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1 26 

1 n I 

96 
86 



Fuel Controller 

Editoral Committee . . 
Ottawa Improvement Commission, Report 

f 

Outside Servici Statement showing num- 
bers transferred to Inside Service 
number appointed undet Seol 21 of 



Cap,r Commission — Copy of Order in 

t Council creating 64a 

Paper Commission — Cops of Order in 

' ■■iiii.il relating to Toronto 6 tl> 

Park Lot No. 19, village of Southampton 

re i inter in Coin.. ; to. . . . 137 

Patronage, Abolition of — Memo re, etc.. 92 
Pensions to families of deceased soldiers — 

number of l'i- 

Penitentiaries — Report of Minister of Jus- 
ice re year- lull 34 

Petroleum Oils and Spirits— Imports, 
values, etc., of years 1909-10, 11, 12, 
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and part of 1918.. 150 
Postmaster General — Report of year HUT. 24 
Cost < mice and Customs Departments 
Documents re certain appointments since 

December, 1917 143 

■ess, The — prohibition of, ri statements 

concerning the war 104 

Printing and Stationery — Report of 191", 32 
Pringle, R. A. — Report of, re News print 64 

Public Accounts - 

Public Works- Report of I '■ partment of, 

1917 19 

Public Printing and Stationery — names, 

alaries, etc., ol employees of 135 



always and Canals — Report of Depart- 
ment of. 1917 20 

lilway Commissioners — Report of, 1M17 ..'" 

Railway, National Transcontinental — 
Gross earnings of year ending March, 

191S 139 

ailway Statistics for yeai 1917 206 

Registration Regulations — Canada Ri gis- 

tration Board 

iyal Northwest Mounted Police, 1917.. 28 

Royal Society of Canada — Statement of, 
1917 

Rural Planning and Development — Cost f 
cet tain st reets sewers, etc 100 

Rural Planning and Development — Cos 

certain streets, sewers, etc 130 



Secui ttii s ' h der in C< luncil respecting 

sale of 

Secretary of state — Report of year 1317. 
for External Affairs, 

1917 

Senate. Minutes of — names, salaries, etc., 
preparing same, etc 

3 



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A. 1918 



Senate Debates — re publication of, etc.. L12 

Sevigny, Hon. Albert, letter of resigna- 
tion of 69 

Scientific and Industrial Research — Report 
of Chairman of Advisory Council of, 
1918 151 

Shipping — Report of Customs Department 

year 1917 llo 

Slav — Subjects of Austria — Memo, re na- 
turalized in Canada 156 

Smoked Wiltshire Bacon — re tenders for 
purchase of by War Purchasing Com- 
mission 136 

Soldier Settlement Loan — Order in Council 

re regulations governing 125 

Steamboat Inspection — Report for year 

. 1917.., 23 

Stone used in building Parliament Build- 
ing 83 

St. Zotique wharf — sums of money ex- 
pended on since 1911 109 

Superannuations and Retiring Allowances, 

1917 66 



Telephone statistics — for year 1917.. .. 20d 
Titles of Honour — Order in Council re 

dated March 25, 191S 15S 

Topographical Surveys Branch, 1917.. .. 25b 
Toronto, City of — foodstuffs ordered to be 

destroyed in April, 191S 145 

Trade and Commerce — 

Report of Department of — 
Part I — Annual Report of year 1917- 

18 10 

" II — Mail Subsidies and Steam- 
ship Subventions 10a 

" III — Report of Grain Commis- 
sioners for 1916 106 

" IV — Criminal Statistics 10c 

Translating and Reporting in the House 
of Commons — names and number era- 



T 

ployed on same 147 

■ibunals, local, under Military Service 
Act established in Canada — number and 
expenses of .' . .. 132 

V 

Veterinary Directory General — Report of 

1917 . 15b 

Victoria Crosses — number of awarded to 
Canadians " 91 

Victory Loan — Report of Chairman of Do- 

linion Executive Committee re 131a 

Victory Loan — ^Statement showing remun- 
eration paid in connection with 131b 

Votes and Proceedings, Order Paper, and 
Journals of the House — names and 
number of persons employed in 146 

W 

War-Time Elections Act — Order in Coun- 
cil re connection with Military Service 
Act 3d 

War Trade Board — Order in Council con- 
stitution and appointment of 59 

War Trade Board — Order in Council re 

creating of 59a 

War Trade conditions in United States — 
names of parties sent to investigate.. 94 

War Contracts fulfilled in Province of 
Quebec SI 

War Purchasing Commission — Second Re- 
port of from January, 1917, to March 
31, 191S 149 

Wharf at Graham — sums of money spent 
on, etc S 2 

Winnipeg Civic Authorities — correspond- 
ence with Food Controller and, re cold 
storage conditions at 140 

William Davis Co.. Ltd., and Matthews- 
Blackwell Ltd. — Report of Commission 
re 129 

Women's War Conference — Report of... 67 



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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS. 

Order, with their titles at full length; tin dates when Ordered 
and when presented I" the Houses of Parliament; the Names of the Sena\ 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered 
Printed or niot Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME A. 

Provinces^Population and Agriculture — Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and 

Alberta, 1916 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

i This volume is bound in three pai is. i 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

1. Report of thi A iditor General for the year ended 31st March, 1917, Volume I. Parts a, b 
and A to K; Volume II, Parts L. to I"; Volume III. Parts V to Z Presented by Una. 
Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended 31st March, 1917, Volume IV, part ZZ. 

■ I i. Mr. Maclean, April 22, 1918. 

Printt d for distribution a 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. The Publii Accounts oi Canada, for tht fiscal year ended 31st March, 1917. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Mai lean, March 20, 1918 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Est] ims required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 31st 

March, 1919, and. in accordance with tht provisions of "The British North America 
Act. 1867." Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean. March 22, 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 

ending on tht 31st March, 1918, and. in accordance with the provisions of "The 
North America Act, 1S.67." Presented by Hun. Mr. Maclean, May 18, 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 

. riding on the 31st March, 1919, and in accordance with the provisions of "The British 
North America'Act, 1867." Presented bj Hon Mr. Maclean. Maj 20, 1918. 

Printed for distribution and ses 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

volume is bound in two parts.) 

S. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year 1917. (Vol. I.) 

Printed for distribution and sessional 

8. Report of ;l.c Superintendent of Insurance for the year 1917. (Vol. II.) 

Printed for distribution and sessional 

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

■ - ibje<?t to corrections.) Presented by Hon, Mr. Maclean, May 13, 1918 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

10. Annual Report of the Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for the 

1 y Sir G >rg< Fosti r, Maj 22, 191S. 

Printed for (I ■ and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

10<'. Report relating to Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions as controlled by the Depart- 
ment of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1917, with Traffic 
Returns, etc.. to 31st December. 1917. Presented by Sir George Foster. May 17, 1918. 

Printed for (Distribution and sessional papers. 

10b. Report of the Trade and Commerce Department. Grain Statistics for the fiscal year 1916, 
and the Report of the Board of Grain Commissioners. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10c. Criminal Statistics for the year ended September. 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional pap 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

1 1. Report of the Department of Customs containing the tables and statements of Imports and 
Exports of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1917. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Sifton, March 26, 1918 

Printed for distribution and seas 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

11a. Shipping Report of the Department of Customs, containing the statements of Navigation 
and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1917. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Sifton. March 26, 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

12. Inland Revenue, Annual Report, Part I — Excise. The Senate. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Inland Revenue. Annual Report, Part II — Weights and Measures. Gas and Electricity. The 

Senate Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Inland Revenue — Part III — Adulteration of Food. The Senate. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 31st 

March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crerar. March 25. 1918. 

Printed for (Distribution and sessional papers. 

156. Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15c Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," 1916-17, pursuant to Section S. Chapter 5 
of 3-4 George V. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crerar. March 25. 191s. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papi rs 

16. Report of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms for the year ending 31st 

March, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional />"/*■ . s 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control for the fiscal year 

ended 31st March. 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Carvell. March 26. 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year from 1st 

April, 1916, to 31st March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid. March 27. 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20«. Canal Statistics for season of navigation, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20b. Railway Statistics for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20c Twelfth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending 
31st March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 25, 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20*- Telephone Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1917. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 25. 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

21. Fiftieth Annual Report of the DepartmenI ol Marine a 

M ii Ine Presented bj Hon Mr Ballantj ne, Man h 

Printi d fo d '. h ttion and si s 

22. List of shipping issued by the DepartmenI of Marine and Fisheries, being a list ol 

on the Registrj Books of the Dominion ol Canada, on th< 

Printed for distribution aiul sessional papers 

23. Supplement to the Fiftieth Annual Report of the Departmei o Ainu. ind I 

(Marine) Steamboat Inspection Re I Printed for distribution atid sessional pap< 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

24. Report of the Postmaster Genera] foi the yeai ended 31st March, 1917 Pr< i 

Mr, Doherty, March 27, 191S Printed for distribution ai pap 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

25. Annual Report of the DepartmenI of the interior, for the fiscal year ending 31sl 

1917. Presented by Hon Mr. Meighen, March 27. 1918. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

25'i. Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch of the Department of the interior, for 
the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1917. . .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25c. Sixteenth Report of the Geogi iphi< Board oi Canada, for the year L917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional p 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

26. Summary Report of the operations ol the Geological Survey, Department of Mines, for the 

year 1 '.H 7 Printed for distribution and sessional 

26". Summarj Repon of i ! i Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, for the year ending 
31st December. 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended 31sl March, 1917. Presented 

bj Hen. Mr. Calder, March 27, 191S-. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 1917 Presented by Hon. Mr Rovvell, 2nd 

April, 191S Printed for distribution and sessional 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

30. The Civil Service List of Canada, for the year 1917. 

Print, ,i for disti ibution and s< ssional . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

31. Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada, for I 

1 ''1 7 Printed for distributio7i a ,,,! sessional papers. 

32. Report of the Department of Public Printing ami Stationery for the fiscal year ended 31st 

.March. 1917 Presented by Hon, Mr. Burrell, April i 1 ::. 191S 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

33. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, for the yen ended 31st March. 1917. 

Presented by Sir Robert Borden, Mae S. 191S. 

Print,, I for distribtition and papi s 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to the Penitentiaries o Ca • the fiscal year 

ending 31st March. 1917 Printed for distribution mi, I sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13— Continued. 

35. Report of the Militia Council for the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ending 31st 

March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Mewburn, April 10, 191S. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1917. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Crothers, March 26, 1918 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36a. Tenth Report of the Registrar of Boards of Concilliation and Investigation under " The 
Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1917," for the fiscal year of 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

38. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1917. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 19, 191S. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

38« Supplement to the Seventh Annual Report of the Department of the Naval Service (Fish- 
eries Branch). Contributions to Canadian Biology, being studies from the Biological 
Stations of Canada, 1916-17 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

39. Fiftieth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of the Naval Service, 

1916-1617. Presented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 19, 1918. 

Printed) for distribution and sessional papers. 

40. The Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament. Presented by Hon. The Speaker, March 

18,1918.. Not printed. 

41. Minute of Council appointing the Honourable Martin Burrell, Secretary of State; the 

Honourable John Dowsley Reid, Minister of Railways and Canals ; the Honourable 
Arthur L. Sifton, Minister of Customs, and the Honourable James A Calder. Minister 
of Immigration and Colonization, to act with the Speaker of the House of Commons, as 
Commissioners for the purposes, and under the Provisions of the Eleventh Chapter of 
the Revised Statutes of Canada. 1906, intituled: "An Act respecting tre House of 
Commons." Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS, 191S Not printed. 

42. Copies of Orders in Council, as follows : — 

P.C. 9S7, dated 10th April, 1917. — Defence of Canada Order, 1917. Regulations, 
penalties, etc. 

P.C. 1397, dated 21st May, 1917. — Regulations re persons employed on docks, etc. 
carrying matches, smoking, etc., prohibited. 

P.C. 1451, dated 25th May, 1917. — Further penalties under Defence of Canada 

P.C. 2277, dated 17th August, 19.17. — Be Desertions from merchant vessels : penal- 
ties, etc. 

P.C. 2769, dated 4th October, 1917. — Ships lights: regulations, re. 

P.C. 3306. dated 29th November. 1917. — Prohibition, sending code messages re 
merchant ships without authority. 

P.C. 3307, dated 29th November, 1317. — Seamen undergoing imprisonment for deser- 
tion may be liberated for service on vessels. 

P.C. 331ii. dated 29th November, 1917. — Regulations re persons employed on docks. 

P.C. 3017, dated 3rd December, 1917. — Naval authorities may authorize embark- 
ation of explosives in merchant ships. 

P.C. 3362, dated 24th December, 1917. — Transportation of explosives by railways. 

P.C. 86, dated loth January, 191S. — Competent naval authority may prescribe order 
in which ships may be supplied with coal. 

P.C. S7. dated 17th January, 191S. — Regulation prohibiting taking of firearms, etc., 
from Canada by sea without permission of naval or military authority. 

P.C. 91, dated 15th Janury. 1918. — Regulations providing that all British ships, 
1.600 tons or over, trading to Europe and the Mediterranean must have wireless 
apparatus, etc. 

P.C. 261, dated 1st February, 191S. — Regulation re carriage of explosives on 
nger trains 

P.C. 282. dated 26th February. 1918, respecting the placing at the disposal of The 
War Trade Board the output of any factory or workshop engaged in the production of 
arms, ammunition, food, machinery, etc. 

P.C. 524. dated 2nd of March, 1918, in substitution of Regulation Fifty-one, respect- 
ing penalties for refusing to obey any orders or rules issued under the provisions of the 
Defence of Canada Order, 1917. 

P.C. 55S, dated 8th of March, 191S. amending P.C. 987, dated 10th April, 1917.— 
Regulation respecting the employment of look-outs on merchant vessels of 2,500 gross 
tonnage and upwards. 

P.C 559, dated Sth March. 191S, respecting the exportation of goods' from Canada 
to neutral countries. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS, 1918... Not printed. 



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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 ' 

42". Copies of Orders in Council. as folio? 

17, dated 4th January, 1918. — Wearing military ithor- 

coaling of 

vessels. 

:. dated 17th January, 1918. — " Defence of Canada Order, 1917," export of fire- 
anus. 

F.C. 91, d: nuary, 191S. — ■'Defence of Canad 

i i tuipment on vi ■ 
261. dated 1st February, 1:<1S. — Carrying of explos:\. rains. 

P.C. 329, dated 8th February, 191$ Kates of pay RN.CY.K, 

i 387, dated 20th February, 1918. — Allowance to office 

duty. 

P.C. 462, dated 2nd March, 1918. — Treatment of insane menders of tl 
servii 

P.C. 5-4, dated 2nd March, 19 
of provisions. 

F.C. 2769, dated 4th October. 1917. — Amendment to "Defence of C 
1917," re lights on vessels. 

P.C. 2791, dated 9th October, 1917. — Retention of services of men V.R. 

after termination of the war. 

P.C. 3017. dated 3rd December. 1917 nt to " Defenci 

1917," re carriage of explosives in merchant ships. 

P.C. 3064, dated 2nd November, 1917. — Rates of pay to officials officiating at courts 
martial and disciplinary courts for the Royal Canadian Navy. 

P.C. 3072, dated 6th '•■ gulations governing the issue of war 

badgi s. 

P.C. 3192. dated 1 ith November, 1917. — Rates of pay on discharge to men not 
eligible for three months' gratuity. 

P.C. 3306, dated 29th November. 1917. — Amendment to "Defence of Canada 
1917. "re communicating information with regard to the movements of si 

P.C. 3307, dated 29th November, 1917 Amendment to "Defence of Canada 
1917," re release of imprisoned s 

P.C. 3319, dated 29th November, 1917. — Amendment to "Defence of i 
1917," re carrying of matches in the vicinity of inflammable substances. 

C 33>;2. dated 24th December. 1917. — Amendment to "Defence 
1917." re transportation of explosives on passenger trains. 

P.C. 3391, dated 24th December, 1917.— Retention of services of men 
Canadian Navy after the termination of the war. 

P.C. 3392, dated 22nd December, 1917. — Institution of rank of commander, R N. 
C.V R 

: dated 26th December, 1917. — Institution of warrant ranks. Royal 
adian Navy. 

1474, dated 27th December. 1917. — Rates of pay t 

P.C. 3475. dated 5th January. 191S. — Separation all v. 

ted 8th March, 191S. — Look-outs on merchant vessels. 

P.C. 560, dated Sth March, 1918. — Admitting Unit. - ssels to privilegi 
Canadian ports. Presented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 19, 191S Not | 

42&. Copy of Order in Council. P.C 12th April, 191S ; amendments of " Def i 

Canada Order. 1917." — Equipment of ships for protection against the enemy Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne. \ - Noi 

4'2 Copy of Order in Council P.C. 950. dated 19th of April. 191S. — Establishing 

of warrant writer in the RN.C.V.R. Also. — Copy of Order in Council 1''' 
dated 19th April, 191 v — Allowance to chief examining officers at Canadian naval 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, April 24, 1918 Noi 

4:2(1- Copy of Order in Council. P.C 974, d ted 23rd April. 191S. "Defence of C 
1917." — Entry in Canada of vessels carrying es 

of Order in Council. P.C. 957, dated 19th April, 1918 — Institution of the ran',; 
i; r, Royal Naval i Reserve. Presented by 11 
Ballantyne, May 1, 1918 Not p 

42' Order in Council No. P.C. 11 10th May. 1918. — Amendments of " Defi 
Canada Order, 1917," Seel fitting and supplying vessels registei 
with defensive armaments. Order in Council No. P.C. 1129, dated 11th May, 
Amendments of " Defence Order of 1917." Section 22A. re ships 
( The Senate) Not , 

42/. Copy of Order in Council No. P.C. 17th May, 191S, r 

inted for navi- Presented by On. Mr. Ballantyne, 
Maj 23,1918 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

43. P.C. 632, dated 14th March. 1918, respecting the increase in freight and passenger rates on 

Canadian railways. P.C. 631. dated 14th March. ISIS, respecting the collection of 
special taxes from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden. March IS. 191S Not printed. 

44. P.C. 3116. dated 2nd November. 1917. — Regulations forbidding the use of gram for the dis- 

tillation of potable liquors. 

P.C. 3473, dated 22nd December. 1917. — Regulations respecting the prohibition of 
the importation of intoxicating liquors except wine for use in Divine service; liquor-for 
medicinal purposes ; liquor for manufacturing purposes ; and specifying the strength of 
an intoxicating liquor. 

P.C. 34S4. dated 26th December. 1917. amending P.C. 3173, dated 22nd December, 
1917, by striking out the word "alcohol" and substituting the words "proof spirits." 

P.C. 134, dated 19th January. 1918, amending P.C. 3473, dated 22nd December, 1917. 
respecting the importation of liquors after 24th December. 1917, if actually purchased 
and shipped before 31st January. 1918. 

P.C. 224. dated 26th January. 191S. amending P.C. 3473, dated 22nd December, 1917, 
providing for the issuing of a special license by the Minister of Customs for the impor- 
tation of liquors under certain circumstances. 

P.C. r>S9. dated 11th March. 191 S. — Regulations regarding the manufacture and sale 
of intoxicating liquors in Canada. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS, 191S. 

Not printed. 

45. P-C. 3073, dated 29th October, 1917. — Establishment of a Department of Immigration and 

Colonization ; provision of a salary for the Secretary of State for External Affairs. 
Presented by Sir Robert Borden. March Is, 191S Not printed. 

46. P-C. 432. dated 21st February. 1918. — Establishment of a Department of Soldiers' Civil Re- 

Establishment. 

P.C. 433. dated 21st February. 191S. — Regulations re Military Hospitals Commission. 

P.C. 434, dated 21st February, 191S. — Invalided Soldiers' Commission. 

P.C. 442, dated 21st February, 1918. — Appointing Sir James Lougheed, K.C.M.G . 
Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-Estab'ishment. 

P.C. 443, dated 23rd February. 191S. — Accepting resignation of Mr. F. B. McCurdy, 
as Parliamentary Secretary of the Department of Militia and Defence. 

P.C. 444. dated 23rd February. 1918. — Appointing F. B. McCurdy, Esq., Parlia- 
mentary Secretary of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment. 

P.C. 445. dated 23rd February, 1918. — Accepting the resignation of Sir James 
Lougheed, K.C.M.G.. as Chairman of the Invalided Soldiers' Commission; and appoint- 
ing F. B. McCurdy. Esq.. MP., as Chairman of the said Commission. 

P.C. 446. dated 23rd February, 191S. — Placing the Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
under the direction and control of the Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment. 
Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS, 191S Not printed. 

47. P.C. 307, dated 6th February, 191S. — Purchases to be made by the War Purchasing Com- 

mission for the several departments of Government. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 
March IS. 191 S Not printed. 

48. P.C. 272, dated 2nd February, 191S. — Appointment of a Canadian War Mission in the 

United States of America. 

P.C. 281, dated 2nd February, 191S. — Appointing Lloyd Harris, Chairman of the 
Canadian War Mission in the United States of America. 

P.C. 653, dated 16th March, 191S. — Appointing Messrs. Frank A. Rolph. A. H. Scott 
and Ross H. McMaster, members of the Canadian War Mission in the United States of 
America. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS. 191S Not printed. 

48" Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 20th March. 191S. for 
a copy of the Orders in Council creating the War Mission at Washington, appointments 
to the same, with instructions as to the extent of its powers and scope of its work. 
Presented by Mr. Clark (Bruce). March 26. 191S Not printed. 

49. P.C. 112, dated 22nd January. 1918. — Appointment of T. Sherman Rogers, K.C., William B. 

Wallace, Judge of the County Court, both of Halifax, and Frederick Luther Fowke, of 
Oshawa, gentleman, as Commissioners under the name of the Halifax Relief Commis- 
sion. 

P.C. "76, dated 9th March, 191S. — Regulations re payment of claims arising out 
of the Halifax disaster. First report of Halifax Relief Commission attached. Pre- 
sented by Sir Robert Borden. March IS. 191S Printed for sessionul papers only. 

50. P.C. 3005. dated 23rd October. 1917. — Appointment of a War Committee of the Cabinet. 

P.C. 3006, dated 23rd October, 1917. — Appointment of a Committee pf the Cabinet to 
be known as "The Reconstruction and Development Committee." Presented by Si7- 

Robert Borden, March 18, 1918 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 Continued. 

51. P.C 33S, dated 13th February, L91S.- Regulations re appointments to the Public Sei 

P.C, 191, dated 28th February, 1918. — Respecting appointmenl , promotio 
:u the Civil Service other than in the several departn 

P.C 372, dated LSth February, 191S Appointmenl ol i Commil ei ol 
preparation of a Bill respecting the Civil Service 

P.C 548, dated 15th March, 1918.- Approval ol Interim Regulations made bj the 
Civil Service Commission, under clause 3 ol O.C P.C 358, dated 13th February, 191S. 

P.C 637, dated 18th March, 1918. Regulation r< dismissal ol public officials on 
thi ground of offensive partisanship during the recent election, Presented by Sir 
ti irt Borden, March 18, 1918 ' Voi printi • 

52. P.C. 2S33, dated 8th October, 1917 Public Service Committee of National Service Pi 

sented by Sir Robert Borden, March IS, 191S Not p 

52a. Registration Regulations made bj the Canada Registration B I Pn ented b 

Mr. McCurdy, April 23, 1918 Vol < 

52!> Memorandum respecting the plans of the Canada Registration Board and the progn 

is making in its work Presented bs Sir C ge Foster, Maj 23, 1918.. ..Not printed. 

53. P.C 1433, dated 24th May. 1917.— Regulations re departure out ol Canada of male 

liable to or capable of military service. 

P.C 1531, dated 1th June, 1917.— Statutory declaration— Schedule ' B" of O.C. May 

24, i 'J I 7, may be made before .certain persons. 

P.C 1799, dated 30th June, 1917 Regulations made by O.C. May 24, 1917, amended 
P.C 2245, dated 3rd September, 1917 — .Military Service Council: Appointi 

Deputy Minister of Justice, O M. Biggar, John H. Moss, L. Loranger, and L.-Col. H A C, 

Machin as. 

P.C 2497, dated Sth September, 1917. — Central Appeal Judge: Appointment Mr. 

Justice Duff as. 

P.C 2498, dated llth September, 1917.— Members of local tribunals Minist 

Justice may appoint after September 25, 1917. 

P.C. 2554, dated 15th September, 1917.— Registrar for British Columbia— R s 

Lennle, K C. 

P.C 2555, dated 15th September, 1917.— Registrar for New Brunswick — W. A. 

Ev, ng, K C. 

P.C 2556, dated 15th September, 1917. — Registrar for Quebec -Eugene Godin, K.C 
P.C 2557, dated 15th September, 1917 Registrar for Saskatchewan — A I. Haining 
P.C. 2558, dated 15th September, 1917. — Registrar for Manitoba — E. R Chap] 
P.C 2559, dated lath September, 1917. — Registrar for Toronto — Glynn Oslei 
P.C. 2563, dated 15th September. 1917. — Franking privilege extended to Regi 

and Deputy Registrars 

P.C. L' .", r: 4 . dated 15th September. l'.'lT. — Regulations re departure out of Canada 

of male persons capable of military service, made on May -1 and June 3". 1917, amended, 
P.C. 2591, dated 17th September. 1917.— Registrar for Calgarj John M. Carson 
P.C. 2598, dated 17th September. 1917. — Registrar for Prince Edward Island -\v 

W. Stanley 

P.C. 2603, dated 18th September, 1917. — O M. Biggar authorized to sign requisi- 
te as for printing and stationery for use of Military Service Council. 

P.C 2618, dated 20th September. 1917. — Registrar for the Yukon — John Black 
P.C! 2623, dated 21iat September, 1917. — Deputy Registrars, Ontario — W. E. 

Wismer and Major H p. Cook. 

P.C. 2624, dated 21st September, 1917. — Deputy Registrar for Quebec— A Gobeil 
P.C 2635, dated 28th September, i ;i 1 7 — Deputy Registrar for Quebec— F. A. 

I.abelle. 

P.C 2637, dated I'sth September. 1917. — Re making alien residents of Allied 

nationality in Canada liable to military service. 

P.C. 2664, daied 24th September, 1917. — Deputy Registrar for Ontario — H A 

Toole 

P.C. 2699, dated 3rd October, 1917. — Registrar for Nova s.otia — )■; n Nichols 
P.C. 2725, dated 3rd October, 1917. — List of officials to sign Letter of Credit 

cheques. 

P.C. 27S1. dated 4th October. 1917.— Approval of Proclamation calling out for 

military service of Class 1. 

P.C. 2833, dated 8th October, 1917. — Public Service Committee of National Service 

Board, to investigate claims of Civil Servants for exemption. 

P.C. 2936, dated LSth October, 1917. — Time extended for calling out Class 1 in the 

Yukon. 

P.C, 2958, dated 19th October. 1917. — Regulations under Military Service At, 1917 
P.C, 3007, dated 20th October, 1917. — Travelling expenses of members ol B< 

of Selection 

P.C. 3008, dated 20th October. 1917.— Living and travelling expenses of run 

of Military Service Council. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

P.C, 3025, dated 20th October, 1917. — Regulations re reporting for service and 
claims for exemption for men residing outside of Canada. 

P.C. 3033, dated 23rd October, 1917. — Convention Great Britain and United States 
calling out for military service under its own colours its citizens resident in the other 
country. 

P.C. 3036, dated 23rd October, 1917. — Re exemption of members of the R.N.W.M. 
Police. 

P.C. 3093, dated 2nd November, 1917. — Clerk of Central Appeal Judge — J. L. 
McDougall — at salary of $250 a month. 

P.C. 3095, dated 2nd November, 1917. — Expenses of Military Service Branch to be 
paid from War Appropriation. 

P.C. 3112, dated 2nd November, 1917. — Expenses of Judges re making appoint- 
ments to local tribunals. 

P.C. 3118, dated 7th November, 1917. — Further regulations under Military Service 
Act, 1917. 

P.C. 3168, dated 9th November, 1917. — Regulations re dealing with deserters and 
absentees without leave, etc. 

P.C. 3169, dated 9th November, 1917. — Regulations re claims for exemptions by 
persons who have failed to comply with Proclamation under Military Service Act, 1917. 

P.C. 3230, dated 19th November, 1917. — Regulations fixing penalties for non- 
compliance with the law. 

P.C. 3231, dated 19th November, 1917. — ,Re applications for exemption in North- 
west Territories and other remote regions. 

P.C. 3232, dated 19th November, 1917. — J. H. Moss authorized to sign requisitions 
for printing and stationery for use of Military Service Council. 

P.C. 3283, dated 27th November, 1917. — Regulation re repatriation of citizens or 
subjects of Allied countries resident in Canada. 

P.C. 32S5, dated 27th November, 1917. — Minister of Justice authorized to desig- 
nate a Judge to perform duties assigned to Chief Justice re appeal tribunals in case 
of a vacancy in said office. 

P.C. 329S, dated 29th November, 1917. — Registrars and Deputy Registrars, remun- 
eration of. 

P.C. 3321. dated 30th November, 1917. — Regulations re appeal to Central Judge 
from decisions of tribunals. 

P.C. 3344, dated 3rd December, 1917. — Re hearing of appeals as speedily as 
possible. 

P.C. 334S, dated 3rd December, 1917. — Re discharge from military service of 
persons engaged in agriculture. 

P.C. 3349, dated 3rd December, 1917. — Minister of Agriculture authorized to 
appoint representatives of Department of Agriculture to attend tribunals. 

P.C. 3356, dated Sth December, 1917. — Remuneration of representatives of the 
Minister of Agriculture ($5 per diem). 

P.C. 3463, dated 24th December. 1917. — Regulations re departure out of Canada 
of male persons, made by O.C. May 24, 1917, amended. 

P.C. 33, dated 7th January, 191S. — Regulations re establishment of additional tri- 
bunals to decide appeals. 

P.C. 35, dated 7th January, 191S. — Regulations; remuneration and expenses of 
tribunals. 

P.C. 70. dated Sth January, 1918. — Regulations respecting men changing resideve. 

P.C. 54, dated Sth January, 1918. — Enlargement of Dominion Police Force in con- 
nection with administration of the Military Service Act. 

P.C. Ill, dated 17th January, 191S. — Regulations re exemption of Indians and 
other disfranchised British subjects, from Military Service. 

P.C. 115, dated 17th January, 1918.. — Regulations prescribing obligations of 
exempted men under the Military Service Act. 

. P.C. 116, dated 17th January. 191S. — Appointment of Douglas Kerr as Commis- 
sioner of Police to enforce Military Service Act. 

P.C. 17S, dated 21st January, 191S. — Regulations re appeal claims for exemption 
under the Military Service Act, 1917. 

P.C. 1S1 dated 26th January, 191S. — Regulations re furnishing of information by 
employers of employees liable for Military Service. 

P.C. 1S2. dated 26th January, 191S. — Regulations re reporting for military duty 
in case of an appeal for exemption. 

P.C. 195, dated 24th January, 191S. — Extension of time for appeals from decisions 
of local tribunals. 

P.C. 196, dated 26th January, 191S. — Regulations re appeals from the grants of 
exemption by tribunals — production of foodstuffs. 

P.C. 237, dated 30th January, 191S. — Liability to Military Service of United States 
citizens in Canada, and Candian British subjects in the United States. 

P.C. 2.71. dated 2nd February. 1918. — Regulations re hearing of appeals in the 
Province of Quebec. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

rc\ 384, dated 18th February, 1918.— Appointment 
live Cor each Military District to acl as adviser to the Li Bo 

P.C. 135, dated !3rd February, 91 Accepting resignation of Mr. Glyn ' 

K.C., Register under the Militarj Service Act, al Coi and appointing Mr. C. 

\\ a • ■ • trai Eoi Onta rio 

I m '. 150, dated 2nd March, L! i titul ion ol a Din torship undi < 

Service Act, 1917; and appointing LI Col. H A C. Machin, to the said offici 

P.C. 451, dated 23rd February, 1918.— Use or certain "i tlv Judi 

Court of the District ol Montreal for the determination of appeals under the Militarj 
Service Act, 1917 

P.C. 452, dated 3rd February, 1918 Accepting the resignation of Mr. E. I: I 
man. Registrar under the Militarj Service Act for Manitoba, and appointing Mi 
A Toole to succeed him. 

P.C. 572, dated 9th March, L91S Application of the provisions of the Cai 
Militarj Service Act, 1917, to aliens of allied nationality resident in Canada (i 
of the Militarj Service Act, 1917, attached ) Vol ■ 

53a. Copies of Orders in Council — 

P.C. 815, dated 4th April. 1918.— Regulations, under the War Measures Act, 1914, 
in respect to the utilization of the human energy of Canada for purposes essential to 
the prosecution of the present war. 

And P.C. 834, dated 4th April, 1918. — Conferring certain powers on the General 
Officer or the Officer Commanding Military Districts, in case of riot, insurrection 
disturbance, or obstructing the enforcement of the Military Service Act, 1917, etc. Pre- 
sented by Sir Robert Borden, April 5. 191s Not printed 

54. Copi of Orders in Council, as follows — 

P.C 3160. dated 9th November, 1917, Regulations re appointment ol a Directo 
of Public Information. 

P.C. 3161. dated 9th November, 1917 — Appointing Mark E. Nichols, E i I 

of l'ublic Information. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 18, 1918.. .Not printed 

55. Copy of the Minutes of the meetings of the Conference between the Dominion and 

cial Governments of Canada, held at Ottawa, during February, 1918, respecting the 

ill war situation as concerned with financial, food, shipping, and mi lit 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Calder, .March in, 1918 Printed for sessiona 

56. Copies of Orders in Council, as follows — 

P.C. 1460, dated 16th June. 1917. — Regulations for appointment of Food Controller 

P.C. 1684, dated -1st June, 1917.— Appointment of Hon. W. J. Hanna as Food 
Controller. 

P.C. 1S44, dated 3rd July. 1917.— Staff, office of Food Controller; appointment of 
T.i. Id. Willison and French 

P.C. 2079, dated 1st August, 1917. — Franking privilege extended to Food Con- 
troller. 

P.C. 2190, dated 9th August, 1917. — Regulations applicable to public eating pi 
and use of wheat for alcohol prohibited; penalties imposed, etc. 

PC. 2210, dated 11th August, 1917. — Food Controller's Office; $2-5,000 for sal 

expenses of. 

P.C. 2292, dated 18th August, 1917. — Export of flour prohibited. 

P.C 2333, ted 23rd August, 1917.— Food Controller's Office; appointment of 
officers, clerks and others; authority to make such appointments, fix salaries 

P.C. 2352, date 24th August, 1917.- Canned vegetables; prohibition of us 
while fresh vegetables are available. 

P.C. 2730, dated 3rd October, 1917 -Franking privilege to secretaries of Provin- 
cial Committee of Food Controller's Office 

P.C. 2689, dated 8th October, 191" — F 1 Control; Educational Bureau: appoint- 
ments. 

P.C. 268S, dated 11th October. 1917.— Regulations r< wholesale produ ei 
dealers. Must make returns, etc. 

P.C 2959. dated 19th Octobei 1917 Cereal foods. Regulations re sale ol 

P.C. 2959 (a), dated Extra Canada Gazette, 25th October, 1917. — Order of Fool 
Controller extending time for commencement of Cereal Food Regulations 

3044, dated 23rd October 1917.- Oleomargarine; Regulations re importation 
and sale of. 

\\r. Sufi, dated 2nd November, 1917.— Use of grain for distillation of potable 
liquors, prohibited. 

P.C. 3141, dated 6th November, 1917 $70, I for expenses office of Food 

1 1 oiler. 

P.C. 3211. dated 15th November, 1917. — Export of foodstuffs: prohibition of. 

P.C. 3214, dated 15th November, 1917.— Licensing of dealers in f I, etc Regu- 
lations re. Food Controller authorized to fix profits, etc 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

P.C. 3223. dated 15th November. 1917. — Licensing of mills for the grinding of 
flour ; regulations re. 

i". dated 19th November, 1917. — Food Controller's Office; $100,000 for 
salaries and other expenses in. 

P.C. 3236. dated 19th November. 1917. — Oleomargarine: Regulations re handling 
of ; Licenses for importation of to be issued from Office of Veterinary Director General. 

P.C. 3236 (a), dated 2nd Extra Canada Gazette, 17th November, 1917. — Order of 
Food Controller re manufacture, importation and sale of oleomargarine. 

P.C. 3239, dated 19th November. 1917. — Food Control Regulations framed by Food 
Controller re licenses for exportation of goods to allied countries, etc., approved. 

P.C. 3203, dated 27th November. 1917. — Manufacture of malt; regulations re. 

P.C. 3347. dated 3rd December, 1917. — Prohibition of export of certain foods to the 
United Kingdom, British possessions, etc., except under license from Minister of Customs. 

P.C. 34311, dated 24th December. 1917. — Food Control Regulations re cars contain- 
ing food being held for longer period than four days, etc. 

P.C. 163. dated 19th January, 191S. — 550.000 for expenses of Food Controller's 
office. 

P.C 180, dated 21st January. 191S. — Regulations re licensing flour mills made by 
Order in Council 3223. 15th November. 1917, to extend to all flour mills. 

P.C. 200, dated 24th January, 191S. — Resignation, Hon. W. J. Hanna as Food Con- 
troller. 

P.C. 53. dated 26th January, 191S. — Regulations re exportation of certain goods. 

P.C. 212. dated 26th January. 191S. — Staff, office of Food Controller. Former 
Orders in Council re cancelled, and Food Controller authorized to appointment of cer- 
tain members of. 

P.C. 223, datel 4th February, 191S. — Appointment Mr. H. B. Thomson as Food 
Controller lie Hen. W. J. Hanna. 

P.C. 34i. dated 11th February, 191S. — Canada Food Board 

P.C 345. dated 11th February. 191S. — Appointment members of Canada Food 
Board : Messrs. Thomson, Dunning and McGregor. 

P.C. 370. dated 12th February, 1 91 S —Regulations re Public Eating Places. O.C., 
9th August, 1917, amended. 

PC 420 February. 191S. — Amending O.C. of February 11. 191S, creat- 

; "g The '"-rar'? Vnod Rr,- r d — Powers not to include any of the powers or duties vested 
in the Board cf Grain Superv ; sers for Canada. 

P.C 470. dated 2Sth February. 191s. — Prohibiting removal of flint or dent corn 
from the i (unties of Lambton, Essex. Kent and Elgin to any place outside of said 
district 

P.C. 5!3. dated 7th Mar h. 191S — Regulations re us? of grain for feed purposes 
in sto k yards, et=. 

P.C. 567. dated fth March. 1918. — Placing of sums of money to the credit of the 
Canada Food Boar.l for the purchase of Ford tractors. 

P.C 5S0, dated 9t March. 191S. — Regulations re licensing of packing houses — 
Limitat on of profit i f ^ales. 

P.C. 596, ated 12th March, 191S. — Regulations re power of The Canada Food 
Board 'o make orders '. egarding the kinds and amounts of foods that may li used, etc 

P.C. 597. dated 12th March. 191s. — Regulations forbidding the wilful waste of any 
food or fool ; • Not printed. 

56«-- Report of the Focd Controller, Hon. \V. J. Hanna, K.C., to the Prime Minister, dated 24th 
January, 191S. Presented by sir Robert Borden. Mach 27. 1918 Not 

56b- Return to pn Order of the House of the 20th March. 191S, for a return show- 
ing — 1. 'When and upon whose recommendation the office of Food Controller in I '. 
was authorized and established. 2. To which Ministerial Department the Food. Con- 
troller reports, and what member of the cabinet, if any. is responsible for the adminis- 
tration of the office of Food Controller. 3. The total amount incurred as salaries for 
Food Controller and his assistants and staff at Ottawa and throughout Canada from 
the establishment of the office up to and including end of February, 191S. 4. The total 
expense of Food Controller's Office at Ottawa and throughout Canada, including rents, 
furnishing, equipment, heat, light, salaries, travelling expenses, stationery, printing, 
advertising, telegrams, telephones, postage, and all other expenses of Food Controller's 
Office. Ottawa, and branch offices throughout Canada, since the establishment of the 
office, up to and including February. 191S. 5. The total cost of administration of Food 
Controller's Office at Ottawa and throughout Canada, including rents, furnishings, 
equipments, heat, light, salaries, travelling expenses, stationery, printing, advertising, 
telegrams, telephones, postage, etc., including all and every expense of Food Controller's 
Office at Ottawa and branch offices throughout Canada for each of following months. 
viz.: December. 1917. and February. 191S. 6. Whether there are any claims for salary 
or expenses from the Food Controller's Office outstanding or in dispute : if so, the 
amount involved. 7. How many employees there are on the Food Controller's staff at 
Ottawa and throughout Canada. S. How many of the employees are returned soldiers 
who have been on active service since 1914. Presented April. IS, 191S. — Mr. Lapointe 

i St. James i Not printt dt 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 Continued. 

5G' Return to an Address to His Excellence the Governor Genei i] of thi 20th March, 1918. for 
a copy of the Order in Council recently passed making provision for the staff, thi 
her of persons to be employed and their salaries, in the Pood Controller's Office. Alsr. 
a list "f the names of those at present employed, showing theii respectiv. ilarii 
<lui it- s. former occupations, where formerlj employed and salary received informer occu- 
pation. Presented April is. 191S. Mr. Devlin Vot printed 

56''. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Gover ' General, of the -7th March, 1918, 

for a copy of the Orders in Council creating the Canada F 1 Board, and ill correspond 

ence antecedent or posterior to the Order in Council with respect to the same, as well 
as all regulations nol alreadj brought down Presented Maj 20, 191S. Sir Wilfrid 
Lanrier Not printt d 

56' Supplementary retui n to an < »rdei of the House of the 20th March, 1918, for- a return show 

in? — 1. When and upon whose recommendation the office of F 1 Controller in Canada 

was authorized and established. 2. To which Ministerial Department the F I Con- 
troller reports, ami what member of the cabinet, it any, is responsibli for the adminis- 
tration of the "tin •■ ol F 1 Controller. 3. The total amount incurred as salaries for 

Food Controller ami his assistants and staff at Ottawa and throughout ''ana-la from 
the establishment of the office tip to ami including end of February, 1918. t The total 
expense of Food Controller's Office at Ottawa am! throughout Canada, including rents, 
furnishing, equipment, heat, light, salaries, travelling expenses, stationery, printing. 
advertising, telegrams, telephones, postage, ami all other expenses of Food Controller's 
Office, Ottawa, and branch offices throughout Canada, since the establishment of the 

office, up to and Including February, 191S. .'•. The total cost of administration "I F 1 

Controller's Office at Ottawa ami throughout Canada, including t-ents, furnishings, 
equipments, heat, light, salaries, travelling expenses, stationery, printing, advertising, 
telegrams, telephone, postage, etc., including all and every expense of Food Controller's 
Office at Ottawa ami branch office throughout Canada for each of following months-, 
viz.: December, 1917, and February, 1918. t;. Whether there are any claims lor salary 
or expenses from the Food Controller's Office outstanding or in dispute; if so, the 
amount involved. 7. How many employees there are on the Food Controller's staff at 
Ottawa and throughout Canada S. How many of the employees are returned soldiers 
who have been on active service since lull. Presented .May 20. 1918. — Mr. Lapointe 
(St. James) Not printed. 

57. Copiers of Orders in Council, as follows: — 

P.C. 1579, dated 11th June. 1917. — Fuel Controller.— Report on coal situation and 
appointment of Chas. A. Magrath as. 

P.C. 1651, dated 15th June, 1917. — Fuel Controller vested with powers undei 
Inquiries Act 

1\C. 1862, dated 6th July. 1917.— Fuel Controller: $10, allocated f i War 

Appropriation. 

P.C. 1vs7. dated 12th July. 1917.— Fuel Controller— Report on coal situation ami 
appointment of Chas. A. Magrath as. 

P.C 2060, dated 27th July, 1917.— Assistant Fuel Controller. Appointment of 
H. P McCue as 

P.C. 2289, dated 22nd August, 1917 Fuel Control. Appointment of Donald s 
Kerr to assist and < '. W. Paterson as Deputy Fuel Controller; 

P.C 2611, dated 19th September, 1917. "David s. Kerr" instead .if "Donald s 
Kerr" (O.C. 22nd August. 1917— P.C No. 2289, amended). 

P.C 3068, dated 26th October, 1917. — Regulations r< importation and sale ol coal 

P.C. 105 3341, dated 3rd December, 1917.— Salary ol Deputj Fuel Controller, C W. 
Peterson, fixed at $500 per month 

P.C. 285, dated 4th February, 1918. — Duties of Fuel Controller; O.C. 12th July, 
191 7.— P.C. 1SS7, defining, amended 

P.C 298, dated 5th February, 1918. — Fuel Regulation. Providing for heal 
in factories, theatres, etc 

P.C 325, dated Uth February, 1918.— Powers of Fuel Controller extend..! 

Sir George Foster laid on the Table, by Command of His Excellency, Copies of 
Orders in Council, as follows: — 

P.C. 359, dated 20th February, 191 - Regulations providing for the conservation of 
fuel necessary to the national security. 

P.C. 564, dated 8th March, 191S. — Amending regulations re conservation of fuel 
as regards the closing of golf, country, yacht, canoe or hunt clubs and places ..: amus. 
nient on certain days. Presented by Sir George Foster, March lit. 1918. ..Not printed. 

58, Annual Report .f the Editorial Committee mi Government Publications, .hi its operations 

from the date of its appointment, 4th Ootober, 1917, to 20th March, 191S. Pi 
li> Sir George Foster. April 21, 1918.. ..l'nnt<<l for distribution and sessional 

58«- P.C. 2729, dated 4th October. 1 Ml 7 — Establishment of Editorial Committee n i ting of 

publii documents. Presented bj Sir George Foster, March in. mis. 

Print', I for sessional pap rs only. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

59. P.C. 337, dated Sth February, 1918. — Constitution of a Sub-Committee of the War Committee 

of the Cabinet to be known as The "War Trade Board. Presented by Sir George Foster. 
March 19, 1918 Not printed. 

59o. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 20th March, 1918, for 
a copy of all Orders in Council creating the War Trade Board, appointments to the 
same, instructions, and reports from the Board to this date. Presented by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier. April 4, 1918 Not printed. 

60. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last Session of Parliament on 

account of 1917-18. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918 Not printed. 

61. Statement of receipts and expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission to 31st 

March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918 Not printed. 

62. Statement showing distribution of the $25,000,000 advanced by the Dominion Government 

to the Canadian Northern Railway and its constituent companies, as provided for in 
Chapter 24, Statutes of 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918. 

Not printed. 

62(J. Return showing : — 1. What sums, if any, have been paid since the first day of August. 
1917, to the Canadian Northern Railway or to any person, firm, corporation, bank 
or company in trust for and on behalf of the Canadian Northern. 2. Under what 
authority these sums have been paid. 3. If by virtue of Orders in Council, the date 
of each of said Orders in Council, and the amount authorized by each of said Orders, 
and so paid. Presented March 27, 1918. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

63. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Royal Society of Canada, for the year 

ended April 30, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 191S. . . .Not printed. 

64. Interim Report of R. A. Pringle, K.C., Commissioner inquiring into the manufacture, sale, 

price and supply of news print in Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20. 
191S Not printed. 

64a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the Sth April, 1918, 
for a copy of the Order in Council creating a paper comimission, and also a copy of 
the subsequent Orders in Council in regard to the work of this Commission. Presented 
April 18, 191S. — Mr. Devlin Ifot printed. 

64b. Return to an Order of the House of the Sth April, 191S, for a copy-of all correspondence 
respecting Orders in Council creating a paper commission, and subsequent Orders in 
Council respecting the same, which have passed between newspaper publishers in 
Canada, more particularly those publishers in Toronto, and the Government. Pre- 
sented April 25, 191 S. — .1/)'. Devlin Not printed. 

65. Report and Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Ottawa Imnrovement Com- 

mission to March 31, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918. 

Not printed. 

66. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the year 

ending 31st December, 1917, showing name, rank, salary, service allowance and cause 
of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy has been 
filled by promotion, or by appointment, and the salary of any new appointee. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Maolean, March 20. 1918 Not printed. 

67. Report, of Women's War Conference, called by the War Committee of the Cabinet, at 

Ottawa, February 2Sth to March 2nd, 191S. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell. March 20. 
191S Not printed. 

68. Statement of Expenditure on account of " Miscellaneous "Unforeseen Expenses," from the 

1st April, 1917, to the 18th March, 1918, in accordance with the Appropriation Act 
of 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, March 20, 1918 Not printed. 

69. Letter of the Honourable Albert Sevigny to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister. 

resigning his position as Minister of Inland Revenue, and the letter of the Prime 
Minister in acknowledgment thereof. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, March 26, 1918. 

Not printed. 

70. Return to" an Order of the House of the 21st March, 1918, for a Return showing: — 1. Who 

were the officers of the Engineers Training Depot stationed at St. Johns, Quebec, 
barracks during the months of October and December, 1917. 2. Who were the officers 
of the Engineers Training Depot stationed at St. Johns, Quebec, barracks on the 17th 
December, 1917. 3. Where these officers enlisted. 4. Where these officers resided 
before their enlistment. 5. Where these officers were residing at the time of their 
enlistment. Presented March 27, 1918. — Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 Continued. 

Return ol Orders In Council which have I n published in the Canada Gazette and in the 

British Columbia Gazette, between 1st Januarj L917, and the 8th March, 1918, in 
accordance with provisions of subsection (d) oi section 38 of the regulations for the 

survey, adn stration, disposal and management of Dominion lands within the 

Railwaj Bell in the Province of British Columbia, as folio 

P.C. 3277, 5th January, L917. License of occupation of a porti i the bed of 

the Fraser river to the Kettle Valley Railway Companj 

P.C 159, 19th January, 1917. Limiting the righl ol homestead enti 
Rallwaj Belt to persons who were British subjects or subjects ol a countrj 

Britain, or subject of a neutral countrj and who have continued to be so. 

P.C. 107, 12th February, 1917. Waiving completion ol naturalization, before Issue 
of patent for Dominion Lands in certain cases where entrant is on active service. 

P.C. 572, 5th March, PUT. Regulations re natural resources necessitated on 
account of war conditions. 

P.C 736, 17th March, 1917. Providing for homesteaders being given ci 
time spent at agricultural labour in Canada during the year L918, toward* 
formance of residence duties. 

P.C. 982, mtli April, 1917. Authorizing the sale of certain lands in Brit 
Columbia i>> Canadian Pacific Railway Company for pipe-line put 

P.C 2076, 1st August. 11117. Authorizing certain changes in tin- Timber Regula- 
tions. 

P.C 2at;2. 15th September 1917. Vesting the title to certain lands in He- Railwaj 
Belt in His Majesty for the purposes of the Province of British Columbia 

P.C. 3210, 15th November, 1917. Authorizing the cutting of timbi r on Dominion 
lauds for ship-building purposes. 

P.C. 3243, 27th November, 1917. Confirming certain Orders in Council re admin- 
istration of Dominion Lands in the Railway Lilt in British Columbia. 

P.C. 3245, 27th November. 1917. Permitting a man on active servii e giving power 
of attorney with respect to his rights to Dominion lands in Railway Belt, British 
< Columbia. 

i'.C. 185, 24th January, 191S. Repealing Order in CouncM P.C. 159, January 19. 
19 17. and substituting certain regulations therefor, 

P.C. 23_425, 20th February, 1918. Authorizing the issue of a lease to J. H 
Morrison, Kamiloops, of certain lands in the Railway Belt. British Columbia, for 
mining purposes. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, April 2. 1 91S v../ . 

Return of Orders in Council which have been published in tie- Canada Gazette, between 
the 1st January. 1917, and the 8th .March, 1918, in accordance with the provisions of 
"The Forest Reserves and Park Act," Section 19, of Chapter 10, 1-2 George V, as 
follows : — 

P.C. 340. 7th February, 1917. amending Order in Council 19th Decembei 
re administration of "Project Meadows" in Forest Reserves in Railway Belt, British 
' tolumbia. 

P.C 2595, 18th September, 1917. placing the control of certain lands in the 
Waterton Lakes Park under the Director of Forestry. 

P.C. 27.91, 1 stli September, 1917, rescinding Order in Council 8th June re Rocky 
Mountains Park. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, April 2. 1918 Not printed. 

Return of Orders in Council which have hen published in the Canada Gazette, between 
1st January, 1917, and the 8th March, 1918, in accordance with the provisions of 
Section 77 of the "Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-8 Edward VII. as follows: — 

I 1 '' 13, 8th January, 1917, Rescinding Order in Council 4th March. 1910, re SW 
i of 4-9-14. W. 2nd Meridian, and making same available for homestead purpos 

P.C oo, 13th January, 1917. Transferring certain lands in Cowesses Indian 
Reserve No. 73, to the Province of Saskatchewan, for road pun 1 " 

P.C, 102, lath January, 1917. Withdrawing from general disposition certain 
petroleum and natural gas rights in the vicinity of the City of Edmonton. 

P.C. 10S, 17th January, 1917. Authorizing free grant of lot 5. township 7»-2::. W. 
5th, to "La Corporal ion Episcopale Catholique Romaine d'Athabasl 

P.C. 110. 17th January. 1917. Authorizing the sale of certain lands to Moses 
Lessard for irrigation purposes. 

P.C 159, P'th January, 1917. Providing that a person applying for a homestead 
entry in the Railway Belt. British Columbia, must be a British subject and has since 
continued to be a British subject, or a subject of a British Allied or neutral count r\ 

P.C. 165, 20th January, 1917. Setting aside certain Dominion lands for Indian 
Reserve purposes. 

P.C. 1G6, 20th January, 1917. Setting aside certain Dominion lands for Indian 
Reserve purposes. 

P.C. 167, 20th January. 1917. Setting aside certain Dominion lands for Indian 
Reserve purposes. 

P.C. 210. 26th January. 1917. Dispensing with residence duties in cona iction with 
the entry of Frank Ruppert for the S.W. 1 of 16-33-11. W 1th 

P.C. 301, 2nd February, 1917. Dispensing with residence duties in connection 
with the entry of Wm. Thorburn for the S.W. J of 13-28-22, W 2nd 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

P.C. 316, 3rd February, 1917. Authorizing grant to L. F. Cardinal of the W. J 
of 22-10S-13, W. 5th, by virtue of his occupation thereof at date of extinguishment of 
Indian Title. 

P.C. 327, 6th February, 1917. Authorizing issue of free patent to Jos. Hewitt for 
the S.E. i of 20-44-3, W. 2nd, in lieu of land occupied by him being included in a 
Forest Reserve. 

P.C. 4S1, 20th February, 1917. Authorizing the issue of license of occupation to 
the Canadian Northern Western Railway of certain lands for a bridge site. 

P.C. 493, 20th February, 1917. Dispensing with residence duties by Samuel McCall 
on the E. J of 21-31-1, W. 3rd. 

P.C. 560, 2Sth February, 1917. Authorizing time spent at farm labour in Canada 
during 1917, to count as residence duties on entries for Dominion lands. 

P.C. 555, 28th February, 1917. Making provisions of Orders in Council of 8th 
May. 1915 (P.C. 1042), 20th September, 1915 (P.C. 2150), 9th December, 1915 (P.C. 
2888), and the 12th January, 1916 (P.C. 33), applicable to pre-emptions and purchased 
homesteads. 

P.C. 561, 5th March, 1917. Authorizing change in regulations permitting granting 
of one day's priority of right to make entry for available Dominion lands. 

P.C. 526, 5th March, 1917. Authorizing extension of terms of Order in Council 
11th March, 1915, for period of four months up to 11th July, 1917. 

P.C. 572, 5th March, 1917. Limiting disposal of any natural resources except to 
a British subject, subject of Allied country, or neutral country. 

P.C. 610, 7th March, 1917. Rescinding Order in Council 30th January. 1914, in so 
far as it affects descriptions of lands granted to Indians, and certain lands described 
be granted instead thereof. 

P.C. 6S6, 16th March, 1917. Granting right to Mr. Xotman to purchase certain 
lands in Province of Manitoba. 

P.C. 6S7, 16th March, 1917. Granting certain lands to Department of Militia and 
Defence. 

P.C. 6SS, 16th March, 1917. Granting certain lands for church purposes to Synod 
of Diocese of Calagary. 

P.C. 762, 20th March, 1917. Authorizing sale of certain lands to Council of the 
town of Maple Creek. 

P.C. S4S 29th March, 1917. Authorizing sale of lands to Western Canada Power 
Company for power development purposes. 

P.C. 858, 29th March, 1917. Authorizing grant of land for cemetery purposes to 
Rural Municipality of Bright Sand, No. 529. 

P.C. 918, 3rd April, 1917. Amending Order in Council of 14th December, 1916*. 
with respect to application thereof to Canadian Expeditionary Forces. 

P.C. 919, 3rd April, 1917. Granting certain lands for cemetery purposes to the 
village of Vanguard, Saskatchewan. 

P.C. 926, 3rd April, 1917. Authorizing sale of N.W. \ 36-45-25, W. 3rd, to Allan 
V. Macie. 

P.C. 927, 3rd April, 1917. Authorizing sale of certain lands to N. J. Bailey under 
certain conditions. 

P.C. 106S, 18th April, 1917. Authorizing issue of lease of certain lands to 
Northern Fish Company, Limited, Selkirk. Manitoba. 

P.C. 106'6, ISth April, 1917. Authorizing issue of license of occupation of 
lands to the city of Winnipeg for water-power purposes. 

P.C. 1067, ISth April. 1917. Dispensing with residence duties and authorizing 
issue of patent to James Wilson, in connection with the N.E. I of 35-19-11, W.P.M. 
P.C. 1069, 18th April, 1917. Authorizing grant of certain lands for cemetery 
purposes to the village of Major, Saskatchewan. 

P.C. 1071, ISth April, 1917. Authorizing grant of certain lands to rural muni- 
cipality of Lakeview, No. 454 Alberta, for cemetery purposes. 

P.C. 1072, 18th April, 1917. Authorizing issue of patent of certain lands to 
Mr. D. EnniH. 

P.C. 1189, 30th April, 1917. Granting certain lands for the erection of a creamery 
plant to the Canora Creamery Association, Limited. 

P.C. 1222, 3rd May, 1917. Setting apart certain lands for the Indian of the Peguis. 
P.C. 1207, 4th May, 1917. Authorizing issue of patent to Allen E. McDonald. 
P.C. 1249, 8th May, 1917. Re granting patent to any person not a British subject 
by birth or naturalization who is on active service overseas. 

P.C. 1268, Sth May, 1917. Rescinding Order in Council P.C. 572, 5th March, 1917, 
and enacting new regulations therefor. 

P.C. 1315, 11th May, 1917. Granting certain lands for church and cemetery 
purposes to the Church of God of Edmonton. Alberta. 

P.C. 1378, 21st May, 1917. Setting apart certain lands for park purposes and 
granting the same to the rural municipality of Mariposa, No. 350, Saskatchewan. 

P.C. 1377, 21st May, 1917. Relieving Mr. H. Wills of further residence duties on 
the north half of 22-25-10 W. 4th. 

P.C. 1348, 21st May, 1917. Authorizing grant of certain lands to Winnipeg Electric 
Railway Company. 

P.C. 1429. 25th May, 1917. Authorizing certain regulations for the disposal of 
quartz mining claims on Dominion lands. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 Continued. 

P.C 1455, 29th May. 1917. Authorizing Kraut of certain lands to the town of 

I'll. Pas for industrial purposes. 

P.C. 1471, 1st June, 1917. Setting apart Province ol Manitoba 

for Indians. 

P.C. 1532, 1th June, 1917. Authorizing grant ol certa 
to the Board ol Management ol thi Church and Manse Bui 
byterian Church in Canada Coi Manitoba and the Northwest. 

P.C. 1533, 4th June, 1917. Vesting certain lands in His Majesty in the 

I 'rovince of Alberta. 

P.C. 1536, 5th June, 1917. Authorizing Rev W. B Cuimming, Saskatoon, to make 
entry by proxy on behalf of Janus Grossarl 

P.C. 1580, 11th June. 1917. Wit! Irawing 
for the Hudson's Bay Railway. 

P.C. 1613, 13th June, 1917. Authorizing grant of certain lands to the 
Gimli, for cemetery purposes 

P.C. 1691, 21st June. 1917. Authorizing sale of certain lands to John Hedberg, 
Jasper. Alberta. 

P.C. 167,".. 21st June. 1917. Authorizing license of occupation to C 
Northern Railway Company of certain lands on the Red Deer River for bridge 
construction purposes. 

P.C. 1761, 26th June. 1917. Authorizing sale of certain lands to the C 
Pacific Railway Company, 

P.C 1716. 26th June. 1917. Restoring the homestead entry of L. H Rob 
died wihle on active service overseas. 

P.C. 1717, 26th June, 1917. Authorizing sale of certain lands to 
Rincheshen. 

P.C. 1718, 26th June. 1917 Authorizing grant of certain land- 
■ irposes t.i the rural municipality of Bright Sand, No 529, Saskatchev 

P.C. 1 si 7. 30th June, 1917. Authorizing exchange of certain lands to Indians in 
lieu of lands surrendered. 

P.C. 1820, 30th June. 1917. Authorizing grant of lands for church 
purposes to the Bethel Evangelical Scandinavian Lutherian Congregation. 

P.i L821, 30th June. 1917. Authorizing grant of land for cemetery pui 
the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parish of St. Michael's in Communion with 
St. Martin. Manitoba. 

P.C. 1866, 6th Julv, 1917. Dispensing with residence duties in connection with 
the entry of W. L. Taylor for the N.W. '. L3-25-1, VV.l'.M. 

P.C 1877, 9th July. 1917. Authorizing person on active service overseas to i i] 

attorney to make application for patent. 

P.C. 1937, 12th July. 1917. Authorizing grant of certain lands for 
purposes to St. George Cemetery Company, Kgremont. Alberta. 

P.C 2039, 26th July, 1917 Authorizing grant of certain lands for park ■ 
to the town of Drumheller. Alberta. 

P.C. 2036, 27th July. 1917. Authorizing grant of land for cemetery put 
rural municipality of Bear Lake, No. 74 o. 

P.C. 2037. 27th July. 1917. Authorizing grant of land for church pur] 
S: nod of the Dioci ippelili 

P.c. 2038, 27th July, 1917. Authorizing sah of certain lands to r>; 
Ruperts Land. 

P.C 2066, 27th July. 1917, Authorizing the cancellation of the survey ol 
lands along the old Dawson Road. 

P.C. 2075, 30th July. 1917. Amending Order in Council dated 29th M 
with reference to the name of the Board of Trade of the town of The Pas, Mai 

P.C. 2076, 1st August, 1917. Authorizing regulations re timber. 

P.C. 2090. 1st August, 1917. Amending forest reserve regulations. 

P.C. 210S, Cth August, 1917. Authorizing certain changes in Dominion lands 
regulations for the protection of water-power resources. 

P.C. 2109, 6th August, 1917. Authorizing license of occupation to I 
Northern Pacific Railway Company of certain lands in the bed of the South Ti 
River. 

P.C. 2171. Sth August, 1917. Authorizing the disposition of certain lands for town- 
irposes. 

P.C 2239. 15th August. 1917. Confirming the late C. R. Coutts in his entry for 
the S.E 6-83-17 W 6 

i 1 ' 2241, ISth August. 1917. Authorizing sale by auction of certain school lands. 

P.C. 2258, ISth August. 1917. Authorizing the lease of certain lands to the Salts 
. : ! 1'otash Company of Canada. 

P.C 2259, 18th August. 1917. Granting certain lands for cemetery put 
La Corporation Episcopale Catholique Romaine de Regina. 

P.C. 2226, ISth August. 1917. Transferring certain lands from Indian Affairs to 
Interior Department to be used for church purposes. 

P.C. 2287, ISth August, 1917. Confirming the late Joe "White, who died oi 
vice overseas, in his entry for the N.E. 11-89-9 W. 4. 

P.C. 2419, 1st September, 1917. Dispensing with residence duties in connection 
with the entry of J. L. Crawford for the N.L. 21-2-15 W. 3rd. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

P.C. 2436, 1st September. 1917. Transferring certain lands to the Province of 
Manitoba for drainage purposes. 

P.C. 2420. 1st September, 1917. Granting certain lands to Col. Malloy. 

P.C. 2460. 11th September. 1917. Granting certain lands for church purposes. 

P.C 2488, llth September, 1917. Granting certain lands for summer home and 
shooting purposes. 

P.C. 24S9, llth September. 1917. Granting certain lands for church purposes. 

P.C. 2490, llth September. 1917. Granting certain lands for cemetery purposes. 

P.C. 2535, llth September, 1917. Granting a lease of certain lands for cement 
purposes. 

P.C. 2509, llth September, 1917. Relieving entrant on active service from neces- 
sity of erecting a house on his homestead. 

P.C. 2561, 15th September, 1917. Dispensing with residence duties in case of 
entry for the S.E. 33-0.0-15 W. 4. 

P.C. 2593, 17th September, 1917. Granting certain lands to R. B. Clarke in lieu 
of other lands surrendered to the Crown by him. 

P.C. 2641, 2Sth September. 1917. Granting certain lands to the Grand Trunk 
Pacific Development Company, Limited. 

P.C. 2721, 3rd October, 1917. Re purchase of certain reclaimed lands in Kleskun 
Lake. 

P.C. 272S, 3rd October, 1917. Granting certain lands for church purposes. 

P.C. 2S57, 12th October, 1917. Re certain lands granted for creamery plant 
purposes. 

P.C. 2S56, 12th October, 1917. Granting certain lands for cemetery purposes. 

P.C. 3027, 3rd November, 1917. Re status of applicants for homestead entries as 
to nationality. 

P.C. 3163, 9th November, 1917. Granting certain lands for church and cemetery 
purposes. 

P.C. 3179, 13th November, 1917. Granting certain lands to A. Thoma, Calais, Alta. 

P.C. 3201. 14th November. 1917. Setting apart certain lands for the Sioux Band 
of Indians. 

P.C. 3242, 19th November. 1917. Granting certain lands for church purposes. 

P.C. 3210, 15th November, 1917. Granting permission to cut certain timber for 
ship building purposes. 

P.C. 3244, 29th November, 1917. Authorizing the granting of grazing permits in 
the Big Stick Forest Reserve. 

P.C. 3499, 4th January, 191S. Transferring . certain lands to the Indian Affairs 
Department. 

P.C. 3512, 4th January, 191S. Granting certain lands for use for Customs purposes. 

P.C. No. 41-72, 10th January, 191S. Granting certain lands for right of way 
purposes. 

P.C. 65, 12th January, 1918. Granting certain lands to Alex. Cardinal, Jr., Fort 
Vermilion. 

P.C. 67, 12th January 191S. Granting certain lands to Chas. Enn, Calais, Alberta. 

P.C. 66, 12th January, 191S. Granting certain lands to Chas. Standing Ribbon. 
Calais, Alberta. 

P.C. 157. 22nd January, 191S. Change in description of certain lands granted 
personal representatives of the late T. W. Chalmers. 

P.C. 34-23S, 30th January, 191S. Granting certain lands for cemetery purposes. 

P.C. 317, Sth February, 191S. Granting certain lands to the province of 
Saskatchewan for roadway purposes. 

P.C. 332, llth February, 191S. Authorizing sale of certain lands reclaimed by 
drainage. 

P.C. 67-352. llth February, 191S. Granting certain lands to A. McKillop. 

P.C. 69-352. llth February, 191S. Exchanging certain lands with Hudson Bay 
Company in order to grant homestead entry for land relinquished by the company. 

P.C. 357, 13th February, 191S. Granting certain lands to the City of Regina for 
park purposes. 

P.C. 400, ISth February, 191S. Setting apart certain lands as school lands. 

P.C. 401, 20th February, 191S. Enacting regulations affecting men on active service. 

P.C. 23-425. 20th February. 191S. Leasing certain lands for mining purposes. 

P.C. 430, 21st February, 191S. Granting certain lands to the Grand Trunk Pacific 
Branch lines for terminal purposes. 

P.C. 459, 7th March. 191S. Enacting regulations re homesteaders employed as 
farm labourers. 

P.C. 53S, 7th March, 191S. Enacting certain regulations affecting men on active 
service who hold homestead entries. 

P.C. 37-563, Sth March, 191S. Enacting regulations governing the leasing of 
unpatented lands held under homestead entry. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen. 
April 2, 191S Not printed. 

Return called for by section SS, of chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, requiring 
that the Minister of the Interior shall lay before Parliament, each year, a return of 
liquor brought from any place out of Canada into the Territories by special permission 
in writing of the Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, for the year ending 
31st December. 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen. April 2, 191S.. . .Not printed. 

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75. Return showing all lands sold bj the Canadian Pacific R 

ending 30th September, L917, together with thi names oi thi 

uiiii the Statutes of Cai Presented by ] ton. Mi 

Meighen, April 2, 1918 ' Vo« printed 

70. Return to an Order of the House ol March 25, 1918, for a return showing the total 

value of ih' hard coal, soft coal, oil ami gasolene imported Into C ida during the 

years ending -March 31, 1914, 1915, L916 and 1917, and for each month 

1917. Presented by Hon. Mr Sifton, April ' 191 Not printed 

77. Detailed statement of remissions of customs duties and the refund thereof, under 

22, Consolidated Revel Lie and Audit Act, through the Department of Customs, for the 
fiscal \.ar ended 31st March, 1917. Presented bj Hon Mr. Sifton, April :;. 1918. 

,\ ot print* a. 

78. Me] ■ Conferences between representatives oi Lai and lie Wa 

January, 1918. Presented by Hon Mr. Rowell, April ::. H'ls. 

Printed for sessional pap< , 

79. A detailed statement ><( all bonds or securities reg stered in the Department of thi 

Secretarj oi Slat.' of Canada, since last return (31st January, 1917) submitted to the 
Parliament of Canada undei section 32 of chapter 1'.'. of tin- Revised statutes of 
i ccl.i. run;. Presented by Hon. Mr. Sifton. April ?., 191S Vot printed 

80. Return to an Order of the House, of the 25th March, 1918, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, petitions ami other papers ami documents relating to the appointment of a 
preventive officer at Mulgrave, M.S., to till the position made vacant by the death of 
the late David Murraj Pn ented April 8, 1918. Mr. Sinclair Vo( i> nted 

81. Return to an Order of the House of the 25th .March, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. The 

total amount of war contracts fulfilled in the Provini c, from August, 1914, 

to January, 1918. -. How many war munitions establishments are in activity in the 

Province of Quebec. .'!. How many shells are manufactured weekly in 

4 How many hands are engaged in such establishments in said province. 1 

April 8, 1918.— .MV. Prevost Not ■ 

82. Return showing: — 1. What s ■ . ■. ha i for re], airs to the wharf at 

Graham, since 1911. 2. Who has superintended the works, and the names of the 
parties who have been employed thereat, 3. What amunt has been paid to each ol 
them, and at what rate per diem. 4. The names of the parties supplying materials, 
ami what amount has been paid to each of them. Presented April 8, 1918. — Mr. Boy< 

Not printed. 

83. Return showing: — 1. From wha.1 person or persons, firm or firms, the stone used in the 

rebuilding of the new Parliament building was purchased 2 Prom what stone 

or quarries the said stone was taken. 3. Where the said quarry or quarries are situated 

4. Whether public tenders were called for the supplying of said stone. 5. If si 

whom, and at what prices offers were i ived, and if said offers were f.o.b. at place of 

shipment or f.o.b. Ottawa, fi. If said stone was supplied from different quarries what 

quantities were supplied from each quarry respectively. Presented April S. 

Mr. Copp Not in inted 

84. Memorandum Xo. 3. respecting work of the Department of Militia ami Defem European 

War from February 1. 1916, in December 31. 1916. Presented by Hon Mr Mewl. urn 
April 10, 1918 .' Not p.,,,!. ,1. 

84a. Memorandum No. 4 respecting work of the Department of Militia and Defenci 

January 1. 1917, to December 31, 1917 Presented i.\ Hon Mr. Mewburn, April 23, 1918. 

NOt e 

85. Return showing: — 1. How many buildings have been rented by the Government in the 

city of Ottawa since February 1, 1915. 2. The owners of the said buildings, 3. Where 
said buildings are situated, i. What rent per annum is paid for each building o 
of building. 5. For what time or term said buildings are rented. Pre-. 
1918. — Mr. Papimeait \,,i 

86. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 21st March. 19] 

for a copy of all orders in Council appointing members of the National Service I 
ami all reports made individually or collectively by the members of the Boar. 
sented April in, 1918. — Sir W. Laurier Vot 

87. Return to an order of the House of" the 3rd April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. Who 

are the commissioned officers employed at Quebec by the Military autlce 
nection with Recruiting Branch, Army Service Corps, Tin.- Royal Canadian Eng 
The Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery and the Royal Canadian Artillery. 2 I 
long th.-y hay been connected with each branch. 3. What service each .a them is 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14-^ ontinued. 

performing. 4. What salary each one of them is receiving. 5. Who among them have 
performed service overseas, and how long they have been actually at the front. 6. 
How long they were in the trenches. 7. To which battalion they belonged when over- 
seas. Presented April 11, 1918. — Mr. Power Not printed. 

88. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. What 

properties, if any, have been purchased by the Militia Department or the Military 
Hospital Commission in Quebec City, since the first of January, 1917. 2. From whom 
these purchases were made, and on whose recommendation. 3. The purchase price. 
Presented April 11, 191S. — Mr. Power Not printed. 

89. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. How 

many persons of all ranks are employed by the Military Hospitals Commission in 
British Columbia, and their names, rank and salaries. 2. Why they were appointed, 
and where they are stationed. 3. How many of these men have seen service at the 
front. 4. Who the senior official is of the Military Hospitals Commission in British 
Columbia. 5. What the total monthly cost of carrying on the work of the Commission 
in British Columbia is. and how many men are being looked after at present. 6. How 
many -buildings are operated by the Military Hospitals Commission in British Columbia, 
and where they are situated. 7. How many officials from headquarters in Ottawa 
found it necessary to visit the Pacific Coast during the past year, and for what purpose. 
8. If the Military Hospitals Commission has a regularly appointed publicity agent. 
If so, what his name is, and what his duties are. 9. If he has seen overseas service, 
and what his salary is. 10. The total cost of the publicity department during 1917. 
Presented April 11, 191S. — Jl/r. Stevens Not printed. 

90. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1918, for a return showing the names 

of the staff of the Hospital Commission, the number of persons employed, their names, 
duties, salaries, former occupation and amounts paid to each for travelling expenses. 
Presented April 11, 191s. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

91. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. How 

many Victoria Crosses have been awarded to members of the Canadian Expeditionary 
Force to date. 2. The name, address, battalion, and rank of each recipient. 3. The 
official respective record in respect of which each decoration was given in each case. 
Presented April 11, 191S. — Mr. Middlebro Printed for sessional papers only. 

92. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th April, 1918, for a copy of a certain memo- 

randum sent to the Minister of Public Works by the senior member for Ottawa relating 
to the abolition of patronage, and of all papers, letters and other documents which 
passed between him and the Minister of Public Works in relation thereto since the 
17th of December, 1917. Presented April 2, 1918. — Mr. McMaster. . .. ..Not printed. 

93. Summary Report of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery of the General Election Returns, 

1917. Presented by the Speaker, April 15, 1918 Not printed. 

94. Return to Order of the House of the 11th April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. What 

steps, H any, have been taken by the Government to investigate war trade conditions 
in the United States. 2. Apart from members of the Cabinet if any parties have been 
sent by the Canadian Government on missions respecting war trade conditions in the 
United States. If so, what the names are of those who have been sent. 3. If any such 
parties have been sent, what the total expense is to the Government of such missions. 
Presented April 15, 1918. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

95. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 20th March, 1918, 

for a copy of all Orders in Council, reports and correspondence with respect to the 
admission free of duty of farm tractors and other agricultural implements. Presented 
April 15, 1918. — Sir W. Laurier Not printed. 

96. Copies of Orders in Council issued in connection with the Military Voters' Act. 1917. and 

the War-time Elections Act, as follows. — 

P.C. 3010. 7th November, 1917. — Instructions for the guidance of electors under the 
Military Voters' Act, 1917. 

P.C. 315S, 9th November. 1917. — Scrutineers; appointment of six and providing 
payment for services and expenses, etc. 

P.G. 3159, 9th November, 1917. — Presiding officers; appointment of certain and 
providing payment for services as, etc. 

P.C. 3276. 24th November, 1917. — Special returning officers and clerks; appoint- 
ment of and providing payment for services as, etc. , , , 

P.C. 3277, 27th November, 1917. — Regulation providing polls for returned military 
electors who are Indians. 

P.C. 3322, 29th November, 1917. — Provision for taking votes of military electors 
belonging to units or drafts under orders to leave Canada before polling day. 

P.C. 3404, 17th December. 1917. — Presiding officers; Engineer Captain W. M. 
Frowd, appointed in place of Captain F. C. C. Pascoe, at Halifax, N.S. 

P.C. 6405, 17th December, 1917. — Re taking votes of units under orders to leave 
Canada, O.C. 29th November, 1917, amended. 

P.C. 7, Sth January, 1918. — Special returning officers and clerks; appointment of 
further number of. 

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P.C. 8, 4th January, 1918.— Scrutineers, travelling and living expenses ol defined 

P.C. 9, Ith January, 1918.- Special returning officers and clei ration of 

P.C. 10, uii January, 1918. Scrutineers; appointment Major Thomas Gibson, of 
London, Eng., in place of Brigadier-General .1. F. L. Embury. 

P.C, 11. Ith January. 1918.— Further regulations for carrying the Military 
Vet, 191 ;. mi,- effect 

P.C. 12, 8th January, L918 Payment tor services or Hoards of Appeal h 
and revisini officers in Nova Scotia re revision of voters' lists. 

r i' 13, itii January, 191S Election in Halifax; Ward 6 constituted one singli 
polling division 

P.C. 63, 8th January, 1918 Special returning officers and clerks; remuneration 
of. O.C. 1th January. 1918 (P.C. No. 9) amended. 

P.C. 84, 12th January. 1918. Special returning officers; appointment Capt Harold 
Baker, ''I'M-'.. London, Eng., in place of Lt.-Col. Nelson Spencei 

P.C. 85, 12th January, 1918.- Clerk of special returning office] . appointment Archi- 
bald Dickson, of Harrow, Eng, in place of Capt. Rippon, R.A.M.C, 

P.C 98, L5th January, 1918 Clerk of special returning; officers; appointment E. 
1. Ginna in place of Ainslie W. Greene. 

P.C 162, Kith January. 1918.- Resignation of 1:. A. Pringle as special returning 
officer and appointment of John W. I'. Ritchie in his stead, and appointment ol 
returning officers and clerks, 

P.C. 323, Mli February, 1918. — Length of sessions to constitute a day's 

P.C. 396, 18th February, 1918.— Lieut. X. G. Charlton, presently in France 
appointed to replace Major Powell as special returning officer. 

P.C. 397, 18th February, 1918.— Edgar E. K. Chevrier appointed to replaci J \ 
1 'ina id as specia 1 ret urning offici i 

P.C. tin:'. 12th March, 1918 Proclamation of returns from overseas issued on 
receipt of telegraphic information. Presented by Hon. .Mr. Doherty, April IT., 1918. 

Not pi iut> d 

97. IMurn to an Order of the House of the 3rd April. 1918, for a copy of all judgments ren- 

dered up to date under the operation of the Military Service Ait. 1917, by the I 
Appeal Judge. Presented April 15, 1918. — Mr. Trahan Not printed. 

98. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March. 1918, for a return showing the names 

of all persons employed in Ottawa in the Military- Service Council, their salaries and 
former occupations. Presented April 15, 1918. — Mr. Devlin Not printed 

99. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into and report upon the Pilotage 

System and its administration at the port of Halifax, N.S, Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Ballantyne, April 15, 1918 Not printed. 

100. Return to an order of the Senate, dated L'lst March. 191 s, showing: — The details of cer- 

tain totals, being the estimated cost of streets, sewers, etc.. given on figures 29-30 
pho.d between pages 96-97 of Rural Planning and Development, written by Thomas 
Adams, being a report published by the Commission of Conservation dated 1917. The 
said totals being $3.">,5S4, $26,736, $20,748 and $23,533. — The srnnt, Not print,. I. 

101. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 22nd March, 1918, showing: — 1. The different 

aviation camps established by the Canadian Government and their location, with the date 
of their establishment. 2. The number of aviators who have gone through those camps 
since their establishment, and of those who have obtained their certificates. 3. The 
number of aviators now qualifying in each of these camps. 4. The number of accidents 
which happened in each of these camps, distinguishing: (a) mortal accidents; (&) 
serious accidents; in slight accidents, with their respective dates. 3. The number 
of machines out of commission, as a total loss or seriously damaged. — The Senate. 

Not printed. 

102. Return to an Order of the House of the lath April, 1918, for a copy of all correspoi nee 

concerning the resignation of W F. O'Connor, K.C., as Cost of Living Commissioner 
Presented April 16. 191s. — Mr. Lemieux Not print., 1. 

103. Copy of Order in Council. P.C. 7.",s. dated 26th March. 1918, relating to the rsaking of ., 

contract with the Dominion Steel Corporation. Limited, for the manufacture of steel 
plates required in the construction of ships and boilers. Presented by Hon. Mr. Bal- 
lantyne, April 18, 1918 .-. . . . .Not printed 

104. Copy of Order in Council. P.C. 915. dated 16th April. PUS. prohibiting the press from pub- 

lishing any adverse statement, report or opinion concerning the action of the allied 
nations in the prosecution of the war; and also prohibiting any person from publicly 
expressing any adverse statement, report or opinion concerning the same. Presented 
by Hon. Mr. Doherty, April IS. 1918. 

105. Report of the Military Service Council on the administration of the Military Service Act, 

1917 Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty. April 18, 1918 
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106. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. The 

sums of money expended on repairs of a wharf at lie Perrot Sud, since 1911. 2. 
The names of those who have been employed on said works, and the amount of money 
which has been paid to each of them. 3. The names of the parties who have supplied 
the materials, and the amount of money which has been paid to each of them. Pre- 
sented April IS, 191S. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

107. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April. 1918. for a return showing: — 1. 

The sums of money expended on repairs at Hudson's Wharf, since 1911. 2. 
The names of those who have been employed on said works, and the amount of money 
which has been paid to each of them. 3. The names of the parties who have supplied 
the materials, and the amount of money which has been paid to each of them. Pre- 
sented April 18, 1918.— .Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

108. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April, 191S. for a return showing:— 1. 

The sums of money expended on repairs of wharf at He Perrot Nord, since 1911. 2. 
The names of those who have been employed on said works, and the amount of money 
which has been paid to each of them. 3. The names of the parties who have supplied 
the materials, and the amount of money which has been paid to each of them. Pre- 
sented April 18, 1918. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

109. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. 

The sums of money expended on repairs at St. Zotique Wharf, since 1911. . 2. 
The names of those who have been employed on said works, and the amount of money 
which has been paid to each of them. 3. The names of the parties who have supplied 
the materials, and the amount of money which has been paid to each of them. Pre- 
sented April IS. 191S. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

110. Return to an Order of the House of the 10th April. 191S, for a copy of all correspondence 

and other papers concerning the merger of the Bank of British North America with 
the Bank of Montreal. Presented April IS, 1918. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

111. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th April, 191S, for a return showing: — 1. 

Referring to Canada Gazette statement of March 30th giving particulars as to circula- 
tion and specie, against what approved securities were Dominion notes issued to the 
value of $92,820,000. 2. To what banks these notes were issued, and what the 
respective security was in each case. Presented April 18, 1918. — Mr. Trahan. 

Not printed. 

112. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 16th, 1918, to the Clerk of the Senate for 

the following information : — 1. The number of pages of the Senate Debates of last 
session, giving the number of unrevised and the numiber of revised. 2. Is the French 
translation made from the unrevised edition or from the revised? 3. Is the French 
translation of the Debates of last session completed? If so, when was the last copy 
delivered to the Printing Bureau? If not yet completed, how many pages remained 
untranslated on the 18th of March last? 4. How many translators are employed on 
the regular staff for this work? 5. What is the name and the salary of each? 6. Have 
they or any of them been employed at any other work for the Senate during or since 
last session? If so, what work? 7. Has any other person or persons been employed to 
assist the regular staff in the work of translating the Debates of last session? If so. 
state the name of each such person, the length of time he has been so employed, and 
the amount of his remuneration therefor. S. Is each translator expected to translate a 
definite minimum number of pages of the Debates each working day? If so, how many 
printed pages are supposed to constitute a fair day's work for each man? 9. Did the 
regular staff of translators translate into English the speeches delivered in French 
during the last session? If so. how many pages? If not, who did this work, and what 
extra remuneration, if any, was paid for it? — The Senate.. .. ' Not printed. 

113. Statement issued by the War Cabinet at the request of the Board of Admiralty, showing 

for the United Kingdom and for the World, for the period August, 1914, to December, 
1917: — 1. Mercantile losses by enemy action and marine risk. 2. Mercantile Ship- 
building Output. 3. Enemy vessels captured and brought into service : together with 
diagrams, showing mercantile losses and shipbuilding output for the United Kingdom 
and for the world, for the same period. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, April IS, 1918. 

114. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st March, 1918, for a copy of all telegrams, 

letters, petitions and all other correspondence and documents, concerning the service 
of the steamer Amelia between Pictou and Magdalen Islands Presented April 19. 1918. 
— Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

115. Return to an Order of the Senate to the Clerk dated April IS, 191S, for a statement 

showing: — 1. The names of all persons employed in connection with the work of pre- 
paring the Minutes of Proceedings, the Order Paper and the Journals of this House 
(a) in English and (!)) in French, and the salary or other remuneration paid to each. 
2. The number of each of these documents printed (a) in English and (b) in French, 
and the cost of printing and binding the same for the fiscal year ending the 31st of 
March, 191 S — The Senate Not printed'. 

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116. Statement showing how many members of the outside bei erred tr. 

the inside service sun-. October I, 1917, and how many persons have bi 

under section 21 of the present Civil Si time, Pn 

Mr. Maclean, Aprii 22, 191S Vol 

117. Retui n to an I : rnor General ol the - 

for a cops of Orders in Council in referenci to th< 

Payma ter General in the Militia Department. Presented April 22, 1918. 

Vol p 

118. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th April, 1918, for a return showing:— 1. 

Whai blue books have bei n printed during the years 1916 and 1917 

books have been printed in both languages. 3. Which of said books have been printed 
in the English language only, ■!. Which of said books have been printed in the 
French language only. Presented April 22, 191S. — Mr. Demers 

119. Copy of Order in Council P.C. S07, dated the 3rd of April. 191S, with respect to the 

reservation of Dominion Lands for disposition under the Soldiers' Settlemei 
(Chapter 21, 7-8 Georgi V) Presented by Hon Mr. Meighen, April 23, I91S 

Xnl p 

120. Statement of amounts paid to newspapers, etc., on account of Victory Loan Advi 

Presented by Sir Robert Borden, April 21. 1918 Xot 

121. Copy of the Report submitted by the Officer in charge of the Canadian War I 

Office, London England, to the Right Honourable Sir Robert 1. Borden, G.C.M.G., 
Ml'.. Prime Minister of Canada, on the work or the Canadian War Record 
since the date of its foundation to the 11th January, 1917. Presented by Sir 
Borden. April 24, IMS v,o 

121«. Copy of the Second Annual Report of the Canadian War Records Office for thi 

1917. Report submitted bj the office! m charge to the Hon. Sir Edward Kemp. 
K.C.M.G., M.P., Overseas Minister or Militia ami Defence. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden, May 17, 1918 x,,i 

122. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. How 

any persons belonging to class one were liable to be called under the Military 
wi. 1917, in each of the provinces and the Yukon Territory, respectively. 2. How 
many in each province have reported themselves for service. 3. How many in each 
province have asked to be I from military service. 4. How many : 
province have been exempted by local tribunals. f>. How many decisions rem! 
each province by local tribunals have been appealed from by: (a) recruits; (6) 
n presentatives or military authorities. 6. In how many Appeal cases have decisions 
been rendered in each province, how many appeals have been allowed, and how- manj 
rejected in each province. 7. How many cases are still pending before the C 
Vppeal Judge 8. Whether it is the intention of the military authorities or public 
representatives to pp< il in some other cases, either before the appeal tribunal or before 
thi Centra] Appeal Judge. 9. If so. how many in each province. Presented April 24, 
191S. — Mr. Trahan 2Vo( 

123. Return to an Order of the House of the Sth April. IMS, for a copy of all correspondence, 

certificates, recommendations and other documents in refi rem 
total disability pension to Colonel R. H. Labatt — Presented April 24. 191S. — Mi 

Not p 

124. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1918, for a return showing:— 1 

whose recommendation the returning officer for the county of Joliette, in thi 
Federal election, was appointed. 2. Whether enumerators were appointed in 
ance with paragraph one. section forts two, of the Dominion Elections Act, as 
by the War-time Elections i.ct of 1917 ::. If so. the names of the enumerab 

a] inted, when the list i rators was sent, and to what person or 

said list was s- nt. Presented April 25, 1918. — Mr. Denis Xot printed 

125. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 812. dated 5th April. 191S.— Regulations governing the 

SoMie,- Settlement Loan under the authority of th< Soldiei Settlement A • 
21, 7-S George V). Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, April 26, 191S Not 

126. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 25th March. 1918, 

for a copy of all letteis and telegrams exchanged between the Dominion Government 
and the various provincial executives concerning the Order in Council of 22n<; 
ber, 1917, respecting the sale of securities by provincial, colonial or foreign goven 
municipalities and other bodies. Presented April 29, 1918. — Mr ' 

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127. Return to an Order of the House of the 25th March. 1918. for a return showing: — 1. If 

any money has been paid to the Dundalk Herald, the Flesherton Advance, the Mark- 
dale Standard, the Durham Chronicle, the Grey Review, or the Hanover Post for adver- 
tising or for any other reason since 1st October. 1917. If so. how many was paid in 
the case of each of the papers mentioned. Presented April 29. 191S. — Mr. CahiU. 

Not printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April. 191S. for a return showing: — 1. The 

officers employed at Quebec on the staff of the Military District No. 5. 2. How long 
they have been connected with this branch. 3. What service each of them is perform- 
ing! 4. What salary and allowance each of them is receiving. 5. Names of those 

amongst them who have performed service overseas. 6. How long they have 1 : 

actually at the front. 7. How long they were in the trenches. S. To which battalion 
they belonged while overseas. Presented April 29, 191S. — Mr. Power.. ..Not printed. 

129. Report of the Commissioners appointed to investigate the businesses of William Davies Co., 

Ltd., and Matthews-Blackwell. Ltd., dated 1st November, 1917. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Crothers. May 1, 1918. 

130. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1918, for a return showing the details 

of certain totals being the estimated cost of street sewers, etc., given on figures 29 and 
30 placed between pages 96-97 of Rural Planning and Development written by Thomas 
Adams, being a report published by the Commission of Conservation dated 1917. The 
said totals being $35.5S4, $26,736, $20,748 and $23,533. Presented May 1. 1918. — Mr. 
Lrmicux Wot printed. 

131. Statement of expenditure of the Dominion Publicity Committee in account with the 

Dominion Government, and in connection with the Victory Loan. 1917. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Maclean. May 1, 191S. 

131«. Report of Mr. A. E. Ames, Chairman of the Dominion Executive Committee of Canada 
in connection with the Victory Loan, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Maclean, May 1, 
191S -V"' printed. 

1316. Statement showing details of remuneration paid in connection with Victory Loan. 
Presented by Hon. Maclean. May 11. l'.ils Not printed. 

132. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1918. for a return showing: — 1. How 

many local tribunals were established throughout Canada under the Military Service 
Act. 2. What remuneration per diem was allowed each member of such tribunal. 3. 
What was remuneration per day for Secretary of tribunal and also for constables or 
caretaker of the tribunal sessional chamber. 4. W T hat has been the total expenditure 
to date on account of tribunals under the Military Service Act. 5. Whether there are 
any outstanding claims unpaid. Presented May 1, 1918. — Mr. White (Victoria). 

Not printed. 

133. Report of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Commission of Conservation, Canada, 

November 27-28, 1917. — (The Senate) Not printed. 

134. Return showing — 1. Whether the building of the hospital for invalid soldiers at Ste. 

Anne de Bellevue is under Government control. 2. If not, through whose agency. 
Whether it is being built by contract or under the supervision of any public body. 3. 
W r hat sum has been paid by the Government for the land where this hospital is being 
erected. 4. What the cost of construction will be. 5. How many invalid soldiers it 
will accommodate. 6. How far this hospital is from Macdonald College. 7. Whether 
the Government has considered the very grave inconvenience which may result from 
the erecting of such an institution in the vicinity of a college where hundreds of young 
ladies are being educated. Presented May 1, 191S. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

135. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 23. 191S. giving the following informa- 

tion : — The names, dates of appointments, salaries or wages of all clerks and employees 
of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery, under the following heads : — 
(a) King's Printer's staff, including advertising, (b) Printing Branch. 1. Clerks. 2. 
Proofreaders. 3. Typesetting rooms : Mono. Lino. Job and Parliamentary. 4. Press 
rooms: Platen and Cylinder. 5. Binding: Book, Pamphlet. 6. Stereotyping. 7. Map 
engraving. 8. Any other Departments, (c) Outside Printing Branch, (d) Accountants, 
(e) Stationery. (/) Distribution. ( g) Mechanical staff. ( h) Canama Gazette. U) 
Caretaker. (./) Any other Departments. — (The Senate) Not printed. 

136. Return showing: — 1. Whether tenders have been recently submitted to the Department 

of Militia and Defence or to the War Purchasing Commission for a supply of Smoked 
Wiltshire Bacon, at Toronto, Kingston and London. 2. If so, who the tenderers are, 
and what their prices are, in each case. 3. To whom the contract has been awarded 
in each case, and at what price. Presented May 2, 191S. — Mr. Murphy. . . .Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14 Continued. 

137. Order in Council, P.C. 26y942, dated the 19th April, 1918, with regard to ren 

under section 88 of The Indian Act, chapter 81, R.S.C. 1906, of the Interest on arrears 
of pur. hasr price <>r Park Lol No. 19, in the village of Southampton, In the Count} 
..i Bruce, Ontario, amounting to $18. — (The Senate) Not p 

138. Order In Council, P.P. *7l, dated 23rd April, r.iiT. being regulations for the protection 

of migratory game birds, migratory insectivorous and migratory non-gami 

which inhabit Canada during the whole or any part of the year, under the authority 

of The Migratory Bird Act, 7-8 George V, 1917.— (Tfte Senate) Not printed 

139. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th May. 1918. for a return showing :— What the 

arnings of the National Transcontinental railway were for the year ending 

:;ist March, 1918; how much was earned between Moncton and Quebec, between Quebec 
.iiul Cochrane Junction, between Cochrane Junction and Winnipeg, and between Lake 
Superior Junction and Fort William, and the amount paid by that railway to the 
Canadian Pacific for terminal charges at Quebec. Presented May 13, 191S \t ■ 
Lavigueut Not printed. 

140. Return to an Order of the House •■! tin- 24th April, 1918, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters, telegram and other papers exchanged between the Food Controller and the 
Winnipeg Civic Authorities concerning .add storage conditions at Winnipeg, Presented 
May 13, 1918. — Mr. Lemieuo, Wot printed 

141. Interim Report -\'.>. 2, Georgian Baj ''anal Commission, — Wheat Prices, and a Com- 

parative Study oi United States and Canadian Markets, by W. Sanford Evans. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr, Carvell, May L3, 1918. .Printed for distribution and Sessional Papers. 

142. Interim Report No. :>, Georgian Hay Canal Commission — Transatlantic Passent;. I ind 

Freight Traffic and Steamship Subsidies, by W. Sanford Evans. Presented bj Hon. 
Mr. Carvel, -May 13, 1918 Printed for distribution ami Sessional Papers. 

143. Return to an Order of the House, of the 24th April, 191S, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence and petitions passed between the Prime Minister and Civil Service Federation, 
concerning certain appointments made in the Post Office and Customs Departments 
since the 17th of December, 1917. Presented May 13, 1918. — Mr. hemieux. Sol printed. 

144. Return showing: — 1. Whether the Government is aware that in the past sixteen months 

in the Cities of Winnipeg, Hamilton. Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, the following 
quantities of foodstuffs, are reported to have been ordered to be destroyed as unfit for 
human consumption; — ( a ) Meats: Winnipeg, 7,262 lbs.; Hamilton, -1.N74 lbs ; Toronto, 
quantities not given in lbs., only sides, quarters, legs. etc. ; Ottawa, T.TnT lbs. : 
Montreal, 105, 89S lbs. I b i Poultry: Winnipeg. 11,364 lbs.; Hamilton, s fowl; 
Montreal, 2,344 lbs. (c) Fish: Winnipeg. 9,066 lbs.; Toronto, 74.5S7 lbs., weight not 
given, only number of packages for remainder; Montreal, 137,903 lbs. u/i Vegetables: 
Winnipeg, 265,565 lbs. ; Toronto, 5,855 lbs. cabbage, the rest weight not given, only- 
crates, baskets, etc.. also recently 48,010 lbs., or 24 tons of food unfit for human 
consumption; Montreal. 13,940 lbs (e) Eggs: Winnipeg, 3.013 lbs.; Hamilton. 4" doz. ; 
Toronto, 1,050 doz., f, tubs, 1 pail, and s gallons yolk, i/i Butter: Winnipeg, 3,374 lbs.; 
Hamilton. 22 lbs. ( ;; I Fruit (fresh and dried i : Winnipeg, fresh. 46,375 lbs, dried, 
37. 2n7 lbs.: Hamilton, fresh. 1 J baskets; Montreal, fresh. 3,362 lbs 2. If so. what 
action the Government proposes taking to prevent a continuance of such waste. 
l J resented May 13, 1918. — Mr. Foster {York). 

145. Return showing: — 1. Whether the Government is aware that 236,490 pounds of food were 

destroyed in the city of Toronto between April 4 and April 29, 1918, according to a 
report of one of the Departments of the Toronto City Corporation. 2. Whether the 
Food Controller has taken any action to stop such wholesale waste of food. 3. If so. 
what he has done in this particular case. Presented May 15. 191S. — Mr. 1'ronl.r 

Not printed. 

146. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd April. 191S, for a return showing: — 1. The 

names of all persons employed in connections with the work of preparing the Votes 
and Proceedings, the Order Paper and the Journals of the House («) m English, and 
(b) in French, and the salary and other remuneration paid to each. 2. The number 
of each of these documents printed, Co) in English, and (b) in French, and the cost of 
printing and binding the same for the fiscal year ending the 31st of March, 191S. 
Presented May 15, 1918. — Mr. Carrie Not printed. 

147. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd April. 191S, for a return showing: — 1. The 

nines of all persons employed in connection with the work of reporting and translating 
in the House 2. How long each has been so employed. 3. The rate of remuneration 
paid to each during the past year, with the total amount paid to each class of persons. 
4. Number of copies of the Debates of the House printed during the past year, (a) in 
English, and (b) in French, specifying the number of the unrevised and of the revised 
editions, respectively. 5. The cost of printing and binding the same for each year 
since 1900. inclusive. 6. The amounts paid in addition to the above, in each yeat 
1900. inclusive, for i«> reporting. (6) translating. (<•) typewriting, and (rf) printing 
proceedings before Parliamentary Committees. Presented May 15, 1918. Mr. Carrie. 

Xot prim,, I 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14— Continued. 

148. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. What 

control the Canadian Government has over the operations of the Imperial Royal Flying 
Corps in Canada, and what Department of the Government would exercise this control. 
2. Whether the Canadian Government has any officers or representatives on the 
Canadian Branch of the Imperial Flying Corps. If so, what their names are, and 
what positions they occupy. 3. Whether the Canadian Government intends to take 
over all the offices, plant, and equipment, of the Imperial Royal Flying Corps in 
Canada at an early date. If not, why not. How many accidents and deaths have 
occurred in Canada] United States and Overseas among our flying men. 5. The nature 
of the investigations into these accidents, and where the records are kept. 0. Whether 
the Government of Canada at the close of the war intends to establish and maintain 
a Canadian Flying Corps. If so, what preparations are under way, with this end in 
view. 7. How many Canadians and how many Americans, have joined the Imperial 
Royal Flying Corps in Canada. 8. How many mechanics are employed by the 
Imperial Royal Flying Corps in Canada. 9. What amount of money has been expended 
in Canada by the Imperial Royal Flying Corps. 10. How many Canadian Officers 
who have seen air service overseas are in the employ of the Imperial Royal Flying 
Corps in Canada. Presented May 16, 191S. — Mr. Armstrong (Lambton). 

148« Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. What 
status the Canadian recruits of the Royal Flying Corps have in the military affairs of 
Canada. 2. In the case of permanent injury or death of Canadians in the Royal Flying 
Corps in the discharge of their duties, what provision has been made to pension their 
dependents. 3. How many men came to Canada from England to establish training 
camps for the Royal Flying Corps ; if any of these men have returned to England. If 
so, how many have been replaced by Canadians. 4. W T hat comparative results were 
obtained in training cadets at the tiaining camps around Toronto and the camps located 
in Texas. 5. Whether the Royal Flying Corps went' to Texas and remained there at 
the expense of, and on the request of the United States Government. 6. Whether the 
authorities of the Royal Flying Corps were asked to give consideration to a location in 
British Columbia. If so, what the nature of the request was. 7. If it is not a fact 
that the weather conditions in Texas proved very unfavourable for flying corps training 
purposes. S. What investigations of a technical character were made of the air con- 
ditions in Texas before selecting that place as a training ground for our airmen. 9. 
What investigations were made as to the atmospherical and climatical conditions in 
British Columbia regarding the locating of an air squadron tiaining camp in that pro- 
vince. 10. Whether the Imperial Munitions Board took an option to lease a large area 
of land at Delta, near Vancouver, B.C., to establish winter training camps for the Can- 
adian training squadrons of the Royal Flying Corps, and whether tenders were asked 
for materials, hangers, buildings, etc. IE so, why these negotiations were dropped. 11. 
How many deaths in the Royal Flying Corps training camps in Texas resulted from 
atmospherical conditions, which ate unfavourable to the successful training of aviators, 
12. Whether any requests have been made to the Canadian Government for assistance 
to the Royal Flying Corps either through appropriation or gifts of money for training 
machines. If so. the nature of these requests. 13. Where the records are kept of the 
causes of injury" or illness of Canadian cadets and mechanics of the Royal Flying Corps. 
14. Whether English-born drill sergeants are exclusively employed in the training of 
Canadian cadets in the Royal Flying Corps in Canada. 15. What efforts have been 
made by the Canadian Government or individuals or organizations to develop and assist 
the Flying Corps in Canada, and whether'the Government has extended any assistance 
to these individuals or organizations. 16. Whether any part of the grant of $100 
provided by Order in Council for each aviator trained in Canada to defray a part of 
the expense incurred in training has been paid, or whether any request for payment has 
been made. Presented May 16, 191S. — Mr. Armstrong (Lambton) Not printed. 

149. Second Report of the War Purchasing Commission, covering period from 1st January, 1917, 

to 31st March, 1918. Presntd by Sir Robert Borden, May 16, 1918 Not printed. 

150. Return to an Order of the Senate dated 9th May. 1918, for a return giving a statement of' 

imports of petroleum oils and spirits (gallons, value and duty) during each of the 
foil,, wing fiscal years ending 31st March: 1909-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17, and for each 
month of the unexpired year ending 31st March, 191S. — (The Senate).. ..Not printed. 

151. Report of the Administrative Chairman of the Honourary Advisory Council for Scientific 

and Industrial Research 1917-1S. Presented by Sir George Foster, May 17. 1918. 

Not printed. 

152. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 13th May, 1918. for 

a copy of the Order in Council appointing Mr. Main Johnson and passed under the War 
Measures Act as mentioned by Hon. Mr. Rowell on page 1350 of Unrevised Hansard. 
Presented May 20. 191 S. — Mr. Archambault Wot printed. 

153. First Report of the Munition Resources Commission, November, 1915. to February, 191S. 

inclusive. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 20th May. 191^ Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14r-Conclud 

154. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd April, L918, Cor a return howing Whal 

amounts have been paid by the Government for printing or advertising i 

to, and the Devoir, Montreal, during each ol the fiscal yeai ei ing March, 

1915, 1916, 1917 and L918. Presented May 20, 191 ■.., 

155. Return to an Order of the House of the 25th Vlarch, L91S, for a copy of all pi 

letters or communications of any kind either asking for 

labour, i i Brsl of September lasl to date Presented Maj L! 

Wilfrid Laurier Not p 

15G. Return 10 an Order oi the House of the 25th March, 1918, for a copy of all men 
ami petitions by Slav subjects ol An tria, naturalized in Canada, setting forth 
ances and suggesting remedies. Presented Maj 20, 191S Sir Wilfrid i.< 

Not v 

157. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 12th April, 1918, for a return giving: -1. The 

name, rank, ana qualifications of each of the persons, upon whose advice and recom- 
mendation, lobster hatcheries, heretofon operated in Canada by the D 
Naval Affairs, are to remain closed, 2. Copies of the reports and recommendations (oi 
if the same are published, the references thereto in official publications), which fully 
disclose all the facts, reason , and grounds, upon which the Department ma 
decision to abandon the policy of operating lobster hatcheries.- (.Thi Senatt I 

Not i 

158. Order in Council PC 668, dated 25th March, 1918, re \ :edure for conferring titles oi 

honour upon subjects of His Majesty ordinarily resident in Canada, Presented by Sir 
Robert Borden, May 21, 1918 Not printed. 

159. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. The 

amount paid the Toronto Globe and the Toronto Star respectively, from 1st January. 
1917. to 1st April, 1918, for all service between the said dates. 2. Whether any con- 

ii' I of any kind was made with either of the said newspapers between the da i 
tioned for advertising, publicity, or news editorial and feature service. 3. If so, by 
whom said contract or contracts were made, and what the particulars are thereof. Pre- 
sented .May 22. 1918. — Mr. .Murphy Not printed 

160. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th April, 1918, for a return showing: — 1. What 

quantity of bran, shorts, or mill feed have been exported to the United States (a i !■ 
license: (6) without license, between 1st August, 1917, and 28th February, 1918 2. 
To what firms in Canada licenses to export this feed have been granted, and for what 
quantity in each ease Presented May 22, 191.x. — Mr. Kay Not printed. 

161. Retain to an Order of the House of the 15th May. 1918, for a return showing: — 1. The 

total amount paid to the Journal Publishing Company of Ottawa, Limited, during the 
fiscal years 1912-13-14-15-16-17 inclusive, for (a) rentals; (6) printing. 2. V5 
tin official cheques of the Government for said rentals and printing jobs were issued 
directlj in favour of the above company, or to P. D. Ross. Esq, Presented Maj 23 
1918 Mr. Brouillard Not printed 

162. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th May. 191S. for a return showing: — 1. The 

total number of the families of soldiers deceased since the beginning of the war, who 
receive pensions from the Government. 2. Of this number, how many reside in Great 
Britain, how many reside tit Canada, and how many reside elsewhere. Presented 
23, 1918. — Mr Seguin Not printed 

163. Report dealing with the purchase and sale of Fordson tractors by the Canada F 1 Board. 

nted by Hon. Mr. Crerar, May 23. 1918 Wot printed. 



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8 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A. 1918 



REPORT 

OF THE 

AUDITOR GENERAL 

FOB THE 

YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1917 

VOLUME II 

PART L to U 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

J. de LABROQUERIE TACHE 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 



[No. 1—1918] 



8 GEORGE V DOCUMENT PARLEMENTAIRE No 1 A. 1918 

RAPPORT 

DB 

L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 

tour 

L'EXERCICE CLOS LE 31 MARS 

1917 

VOLUME II 

PARTIES L a U 

IMPRIME PAR ORDRE DU PARLEMENT 




OTTAWA 

J. de LABROQUERIE TACHE 

IMPRIMEUR DE SA TRES BXCELLENTE MAJESTE LE ROI 

1918 



[N° 1—1918] 



8 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A. 1918 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Volume I. 

Introduction 

Treasury Board Over-ruling 

Treasury Board Correspondence 

Appropriation Accounts 

Revenue Summaries 

Arrears due 



Details of Expenditure and R 

Agriculture Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Conservation Com 
mission Expen 

Archives Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Auditor General's Office— Expenditure. 

Customs Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

External Affairs Dept.— Expenditure.... 

" Revenue 

Finance Dept.— Expenditure 

Revenue 

Governor General's Office — Expenditure 

Indian Affairs Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue. 

Inland Revenue Dept. — Expenditure.... 

" Revenue 

Insurance Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Interior Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 



b— 2 
b— 54 
b— 56 



'II 



A— 89 
B— 2 
B— 5 
C- 2 
D— 2 
D— 71 
E— 2 
E— 4 
F— 2 
. F— 38 
G— 2 
H— 2 
H— 160 
I— 2 
I— 44 
J— 2 
J— 3 
K— 2 
K— 174 



Volume II. 

■Justice Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Labour Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Legislation — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Marine & Fisheries Dept. — Expenditure 
" Revenue. . . . 

Militia & Defence" Dept. — Expenditure. 

" Revenue 

Mines Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Naval Service Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Post Office Dept. — Expenditure 

" Revenue 

Printing &Stationery Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue. . . . 

Privy Council Office — Expenditure 

Volume III. 

Public Works Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Railways & Canals Dept. — Expenditure. 

Revenue 

R.X.W.M. Police Dept. — Expenditure.... 

Revenue 

Secretary of State Dept.- — Expenditure — 

Revenue 

C.S.Com.-Exp.. 

" " Rev 

Trade &Commerce Dept. — Expenditure. 

Revenue 

Volume IV. 

War Appropriation — Expenditure 



PAGE. 

L— 2 
L— 40 
M— 2 
M— 8 
N— 2 
N— 46 
O— 2 
O— 119 
P— 2 
P— 84 
Q- 2 
Q— 24 
R— 2 
R— 89 
S— 2 
S— 197 
T— 2 
T— 46 
U- 2 



V— 2 
V— 295 
W— 2 
W— 321 
X— 2 
X— 35 
Y— 2 
Y— 6 
Y— 7 
Y— 11 
Z— 2 
Z— 28 



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DOCUMENT PARLEMENTAIRE No 1 



TABLE DES MATIERES. 



Volume I. 


PAGE. 

16 
b 56 
h— 2 
b 54 

A— 2 
A— 91 

\ 89 
B— 2 
B 2 

li 2 
D— 71 
E— 2 
E— 4 
F— 2 
F— 38 
G 2 
II 

H— 100 
I— 2 
1—44 
J— 2 
J— 3 
K— 2 

K— 174 


Volume II. 


PAGE. 

L— 2 






L— 10 


Correspondence du cons, du Trcsor 




M 
M 






•N— 2 






N— 46 


Dilails des dipenses el des receltes. 


Ministere de la Mar. el PSch Depenses... 

Elecel tes. . ■ 
Ministere de la Milice et Def.— Depenses. . . 

Recettes — 


O— 2 
O— 119 
P— 2 
P— 84 








1 IrpellSCS de hi 

Com. de ' Jons.. 


Depart, du Service Naval Depenses 


R- 2 
R 89 

S " 








Bureau de I'auditeur general- -Depenses. .. . 


1 >ep. des imp. el de la pap.- 1 lepenses. . . 
Bureau du Conseil piive — Depenses. 

\ 1 11 ME III. 

Ministere des Trav. publics — Depenses 

Min. clcs ( !h. de fer et Canaux — Depenses. . . 

Recettes... . 

Royalegend. :'i cheval du N.-O. — Depenses 

Recettes.. 


i 
T lii 




1 


Depart, des Affaires exterieures — Depenses. 
Recettes. 






V— 2 


Bur. du Gouverneur general— Depenses., 
Depart des Affaires des Indiens — I li 

Ministere du Revenu de l'Int. — Depenses... 
Recettes. . . 


V - 295 

\\ 2 

X 2 
X— 35 
Y— 2 






Y— 6 




" Com. du S. C— Dep.. 
Rec. 


Y— 7 




Y— 11 




Z— 2 
Z— 20 




Volume IV. 


ZZ— 2 









8 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1916-17 



PART L 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 

INCLUDING PENITENTIARIES 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



RAPPORT DE L/AUDITEUR GENERAL 
1916-17 



PARTIE L 



MINISTERE DE LA JUSTICE 

Y COMPRIS LES PENITENCIERS 



DETAILS DES DEPENSES ET DES RECETTES 

1 — lL 



L— 2 



AUDITOR OESERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Justice Department: Summary of Expenditure. 
Ministere de la Justice: Rfeuraf des depenses. 

Civil Government ($173,816.62)— 

Salaries of Minister and Solicitor General 

Salaries of Deputy Minister and permanent staff 

Salaries of Supreme Court staff 

Salaries of Excheq uer Court staff 

Salaries of Dominion Police, office staff 

Salaries Contingencies, extra clerks 

Contingencies, general disbursements 

Administration of Justice ($1,483,667.08)— 

Miscellaneous Justice 

Supreme Court of Canada, contingent expenses and library 

Exchequer Court of Canada, contingent expenses. ., 

Supreme Court of Canada, salaries of Judges 

Exchequer Court of Canada, salaries of Judges 

Ontario, Court of Appeal, salaries of Judges 

" Court of King's Bench, salaries of Judges 

" Court of Common Pleas, salaries of Judges 

" Court of Chancery, salaries of Judges 

" Court of Exchequer, salaries of Judges 

" Extra Judges, unattached 

" County Courts, salaries of Judges 

" Travelling allowances of Judges 

Quebec, Court of King's Bench, salaries of Judges 

" Superior Court, salaries of Judges 

" Travelling allowances of Judges 

New Brunswick, ( !our1 i if Appeal, salaries of Judges 

" Court of King's Bench, salaries of Judges 

" County Courts, salaries of Judges 

Divorce Court, salaries of Judges 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Nova Scotia, Supreme Court, salaries of Judges 

" County Courts, salaries of Judges 

Divorce Court, salary of Judge 

" Travelling allowances of Judges 

Prince Edward Island, Supreme Court, salaries of Judges 

County Courts, salaries of Judges 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Manitoba, Court of Appeal, salaries of Judges 

" Court of King's Bench, salaries of Judges 

" County Courts, salaries of Judges 

" Travelling allowances of Judges 

Saskatchewan, Supreme Court, salaries of Judges : 

District Courts, salaries of Judges 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Alberta, Supreme Court, salaries of Judges 

" District Courts, salaries of Judges 

" Travelling allowances of Judges 

British Columbia, Court of Appeal, salaries of Judges 

Supreme Court, salaries of Judges 

County Courts, salaries of Judges 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Admiralty Court, Quebec 

Atlin District, B.C., Judge Young, living allowance 

Yukon Territory 

Miscellaneous ($19,890.73)— 

Litigated matters 

Pecuniary Claims Convention 

Canadian Law Library, London, G.B 

Chief Constables' Association of Canada : 

Special payments to Judges holding Court in Rainy River District. . . 

Suppression of White Slave Traffic 

Gratuities to relatives of deceased employees 

Dominion Police 

Penitentiaries ($913,207.93)— 

Kingston Penitentiary 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

Dorchester Penitentiary 

Manitoba Penitentiary 

Saskatchewan Penitentiary 

Alberta Penitentiary 

British Columbia Penitentiary 

General account 



Page 



War Vote, Justice Department (for details see Vol. IV). 



L— 3 


12,000 00 


L— 3 


90,832 60 


L— 4 


30,456 18 


L— 4 


11,900 00 


L— 5 


8,370 81 


L— 5 


2, 830 67 


L— 6 


17,426 36 


L— 6 


9,989 69 


L— 6 


) 16,285 03 


L— 7 


9,079 50 


L— 8 


54,250 00 


L— 8 


19,278 23 


L-- 8 


33,666 64 


L— 8 


22,000 00 


L-- 8 


22,000 00 


L--8 


20,927 80 
22,000 00 


L— 8 


L— 8 


12,833 30 


L— 8 


224,318 58 


L— 10 


23,894 02 


L— 10 


43,000 00 


L— 10 


2S3.370 27 


L— 11 


20,507 52 


L— 11 


19,000 00 


L— 11 


24,604 80 


L — 11 


18,500 00 


L— 11 


500 00 


L— 11 


8,812 01 


L— 12 


43,000 00 


L— 12 


20,619 28 


L— 12 


500 00 


L— 12 


4,892 25 


L— 12 


16,400 00 


L— 12 


9,500 00 


L— 12 


787 60 


L— 12 


36,000 00 


L— 12 


37,000 00 


L— 13 


24,000 00 


L— 13 


4,963 90 


L— 13 


37,000 00 


L— 13 


45,000 00 


L— 13 


11.796 79 


L— 13 


55,000 00 


L— 13 


31,451 61 


L— 14 


21,139 12 


L— 14 


29,175 00 


L— 14 


37,000 00 


L— 14 


39,000 00 


L— 14 


20,016 00 


L— 15 


333 34 


L— 15 


1,200 00 


L— 15 


49,074 80 


L— 15 


8, 634 89 


L— 15 


2,458 88 


L— 15 


250 00 


L— 15 


500 00 


L— 15 


1,014 60 


L— 16 


999 05 


L— 16 


6,033 31 


L— 16 


128,504 62 


L— 16 


214,815 22 


L— 21 


192,032 47 


L— 25 


109,451 S4 


L— 28 


74,284 12 


L— 31 


105,262 11 


L— 34 


96,412 64 


L— 37 


116,225 55 


L-HtO 


4,723 98 




2,719,086 98 




1,416,346 15 



JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



L— 3 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds ili' 
retraite. 



Justice Department: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Ministerc <le la Justice: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 



200 Oil 

225 no 



150 no 

175 00 

tuo on 

150 00 

•81 

195 00 
•66 00 
165 00 

t 



12:; 75 
73 39 

*-17 no 

t 
19 16 

120 00 

117 50 



85 63 
85 00 



fin no 
87 ."." 
90 63 



60 00 
50 no 

50 00 
18 65 

51 25 



40 no 
40 on 
38 
40 oo 
30 no 

30 63 

31 88 
6 66 

25 mi 
30 88 
30 00 



Hon. C. J. Doherty, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Snlirilm- <;,U' nil S<<Victt< in ip'nrnil. 



Hon. Arthur Meighen, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



: Personnel. 
I leputy Minister — 
E. I.. Newcombe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 
W. S. Edwards, assistant deputy minister, 12 m. to Mai 31, 1917 

Div. I V 

W. P. Archibald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

.1. P. Bill, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Chisholm, 12 m. to Mar. 31... 

I. I), i Ilarke, 12m. to Mar. 31 

P Mi lote, 12 ni. to Mar. 31 

\V. St. P. Hughes, 12 in. to Mai 31 

J. E. Narraway, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Renaud, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

I). Stewart. II in. at tvt.'.lill, li m at -t.OOO 



Div. IB.— 

P. T. Ahern, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" private secretary, 12 m. to Mar, 31. 

1!. .li- Salal.erry, 3 in. tit $2,400, 9 in. at $2,500 
11. < ',. Fatt, July 20 to Mar. 31, at 82,100 
R. F. Harris, li m. at S2.3IH). m at -2.lt:n 
11. B. S. Lane, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

P. F. McCaffrey, 2 in. t,, May 31. tit S2.3I -i-signed) 

H. G. V. Smith, 12 m. to Mac. 31 

R. F. Uniacke, li tn. at s2,3fii). li m a1 $2,400 



750 



Div. 2A.— 

E. M. Armstrong, (1 m. at $1,700, 3 m a1 81 
W. M. Dickson, 12 in. to Mar 31 

private secretary to Solicitor ( leneral, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Hebert, 9 in. to Mar. 31, tit 81,600 

A. .1 Mi-i iillivray, 12 in. to Mar 31 

i '. P. Plaxton, n in. at $1,800, 3 m. a1 81,850 

J. E. Tremblay, 6 m, at $1,700, 6 m. at $1,750 

private si to tary, 12 in. to Mar. 31 



Div. 2B. - 

R. Curran, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 (less 25 d. in Dec.). 

W. J. Wright, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Div. 3A.— 

H. A. Asselstine, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

< '. W. Cameron. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Chamard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. M. Leblanc, Apr 1 to Ana 15, at 51,000 
J. O'Leary, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 



Div. 3B.— 

G. Avery, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. C. Booth, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. M. Craig, 3 in. to Mar. 31. at $750. . 
R. W. Empey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

B. II. Forward, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Lewis, li m. at $600, 3 in. tit $650 
A. M. I.onir. 3 in at Mliio. II in. at sfi.il) 
J. J. Mel artin, 2 in. to May 31. at SS00 i 
M. I. McLeod, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

M. I . E. story, 3 in. at $700, 9 m. at $750 

T. S. Waldron, 9 m. to Mar. 31, at $S00 



3,319 86 

1— Hl 



Carried forward 



S cts 

7,000 oo 



10,000 00 

1,51 



3.01)0 00 
3,500 on 
4,000 oo 
3,000 00 
4,000 oo 
3,900 00 

3,300 00 
3,975 oo 



2,500 00 
300 00 
2,475 00 
1.467 74 
2, 350 00 
2,500 oo 

2,400 00 
2,350 



1,712 .in 
1,700 00 

con no 

1,200 00 
1,750 00 
1,812 in 
1,725 00 

300 00 



954 44 
1 [00 00 



1,200 00 

1,000 00 
373 64 

1,025 00 



800 00 
800 00 
187 50 
800 00 
600 00 
612 50 
637 50 
133 32 
500 00 
737 50 
600 00 

99,062 40 



L— 4 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



Justice Department: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Minlstere de la Justice: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 

Government. 



Gouvernement 
civil. 



Brought forward 

Staff — Concluded — Pirsonnel — Fin. 

J. U. Hamel, 6 m. at $773.75, 6 m. at SSOO 

J. Jobin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S.J. Pearson, 11 m. to Feb. 28, at $500 

T. Picken, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. P. Smith, 6 m. at $750, 6 m. at $800 

E. G. Wills, 3 m. to Mar. 31, at $600 

Supreme Court- — Cour Supreme. 
Registrar — 

E. R. Cameron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 1A.— 

L. W. Coutlee, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. H. Masters, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB.— 

L. Beaudry, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. H. Bligh, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Lawson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2A.— 

J. O'Regan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. R. A. Taschereau, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,900 (less $547.50 military 
pay) 

Div. 2B.— 

G. Matte, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. M. Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3A.— 

J. C. Geary, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. Morse, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B — 

K. M. Fraser, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messengers — 

E. Fontaine, Apr. 1 to May 15, at $750 (resigned) 

T. O'Learv, Mav 27 to Mar. 31, at $500 

M. J. O'Meara, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Sivyer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. Thomas, 3 m. at $600, 9 m. at $650 

Exchequer Court — Cour de VEchiquier. 

Registrar — 

Chas. Morse, 3 m. at $3, 600, 9 m. at $3, 700 

Div. IB— 

D. Clark, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. H. Huggins, 9 m. at $2,600, 3 m. at $2,700 

Div. 2B— 

J. McDonald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

H. Desmarais, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messenger— 

R. Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 - 

5, 084 40 Carried forward 



39 34 

40 00 
22 88 

f28 00 
38 75 
7 50 



155 00 
*64 00 



115 00 
*48 00 
*48 00 



♦35 00 
95 00 



80 00 
70 00 



60 00 
•24 00 



6 26 
21 18 
40 00 
40 00 
31 88 



*48 00 
131 25 



♦32 00 
40 00 
40 00 



$ eta. 

99,062 46 



800 00 
458 26 
800 00 
775 00 
150 00 



3,100 00 
3,200 00 



2,300 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 



1,750 00 
1,352 50. 



1,600 00 
1,400 00 



1,200 00 
1,200 00 



92 78 
423 40 
800 00 
800 00 
637 50 



3,675 00 



2,400 00 
2,625 00 


1 , 600 00 


800 00 


800 00 


145,188 78 



JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



L— 5 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



Justice Department: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Minister? de la Justice: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 



nement 
civil. 



MO 00 
115 00 



If. 03 
37 5(1 



Brought forward 

Dominion Polio Police fGd&rate. 

( lommissioner — 

Sir Percy Sherwood, 12 m. to Mai 31 

Div. IB— 

A. J. Cawdron. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3B— 

A. Connor. 7 in. to Oct. HI. :it $550 

W. Wright, 12 in. to Mar. :;i 

T, mporary Clerks — '""mini:- /. mporaires iS!,8S0.67) 

K. Alton, Nov. 16 to Mar. 31, at $500 

J. W. Bourbonnais, July 10 to Sep1 5,a1 K 

L. L. Brouillette, ( lot. 10 to Mar. :!l . at $X00 

E. Costello, May St.. Si-pt. :;o, at$500 

A.M.Craig, June 24 to lv, :;|, ,,i -7.-,n 

N. Draffin, Jury 31 to Mar. :il. at $700 

A. Fleury, April 1 to Sept. 30, at. $500 

R. Gahagan, May 25 to Sr,,i :;n, ;l i -ooo 

M. F. Gillies, April 1 to June 30. at $500 

A. S. Greaves, Oct. 1 to Mar. 31, at $500 

V. (i. McCarthy, July 25 to Aug. 15, at $500 

R. A. Patterson," Feb. 7 to Mar. 31, at $500 

M. B. Renaud, Sept. 11 to Dec. 31, at $500 

D. Robertson, Oct. 4 to Nov. 4, at $500 



t Charged as follows — 

( livil Government Salaries 

Civil Government Contingencies 



2,300 00 



320 81 
750 00 



1S7 47 
7S 17 
380 61 
198 89 
389 58 
468 5:; 
250 («i 
211 20 
124 98 
250 00 
29 57 
65 64 
152 75 
43 19 



156,390 2'; 



15 :, 550 59 
2,830 67 



150,390 26 



* Superannuation Fund No. 1. t Superannuation Fund Xo. 

* Fonds de retraite n° 1. t Fonds de retraite n° 2. 

* Superannuation Fund No. 1. Balance Retirement Fund. 
*Fonds de retraite n° 1. Balance du fonds de retraite. 



t 35 years' service completed. 
J 35 annecs de service completees. 



L — 6 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Justice Department: Civil Government Contingencies. $ cts. 
Ministere de la Justice: Defenses contingentes du gouvernement civil. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page L— 5) 2,830 67 

Stationery Office supplies, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ($5,305.86)— 

Books printed, S1.S96.9S; paper and envelopes, $853.07 2, 750 05 

Blank books and scratch pads, 8323.34; fountain pens, 13, $66.55 389 89 

Typewriter, 1, $128; typewriter repairs and supplies, $233.10 361 10 

Rent of typewriters, $110.75; typewriter desk, 1, $32.50 143 25 

Butcher's leather covers, 6, $16.20; pocket books, 5, $13.75 29 95 

Binders, files, etc., $92.44; bookcases, 2, $63.42 155 86 

Macey cabinet, 1, $12.25; Macey sections, 25, $131.25 143 50 

Telephone stands, 2, $16.S0; leather bags, 4, $60 76 80 

Nonshine chair pads, 2 doz., $42; guides, $76.80 118 80 

Red and green ribbon, 21 rolls, $13.23; tin boxes, 12, $14 27 23 

Adding machine repairs, $10.03; tracing cloth, 2 rolls, $15 25 03 

Sundry baskets, 3rV doz., $29.50; penknives, 10, $26; sundries, $857.56 913 06 

Parliamentary publications 171 34 

King's Printer's account: printing, binding, etc 3,029 52 

Telegrams, $1,440.38; telephone messages, $525.23; postage, $411 2,376 61 

Subscriptions to newspapers and publications ." 435 87 

Street car fares, $67; cartage, $15.60; express charges, $165.35 247 95 

Messenger service, $16.85; gratuities to telegraph messengers, $14.25 31 10 

Repairing brief bags, $11.75; towels, 17 doz., $67.70; water, $200.10 279 55 

Washing towels: Mrs. Martineau, 12 m., $78; sundries, $34.63 112 63 

Cab hire at Ottawa: Hon. C. J. Doherty, $129.50; P. T. Ahem, $2; P. M. Cote, $10.25; 

E. L. Newcombe, $9.25; general, $5.50 156 50 

Travelling expenses: Hon. A. Meighen, $600; P. T. Ahern, $45; W. P. Archibald, $743.99; 
P. M. Cote, $79.65; O. A. Dillon, $40.55; H. C. Fatt, $455.90; W. H. Huggins, $1,497.01; 
P. F. McCaffrey, $51.40; C. Morse, 8600.79; E. L. Newcombe, $94.25; C. P. Plaxton, 

$54.20; D. Stewart, $24.30; R. F. Uniaoke, $1,163.73 5,450 77 

20,257 03 



Miscellaneous Justice — Justice: Divers. 

Copying evidence in various cases, small payments to sundry persons 1,212 33 

Professional services re sanity of certain prisoners: Dr. G. F. Curtis, Vancouver, $25; Dr. T. 
Dawson, Ponoka, Alta., $142.20; Dr. R. L. King, Prince Albert, $50; Dr. D. M. Mackay, 
Vancouver, $25; Dr. J. W. Macneill, Battleford, $63.35; Dr. W. J. Robinson, London, 

$20; Sheriff W. R. Redington, Battleford, S20.95 346 50 

Extradition, John Benninger from United States, paid to Secretary of State, United States. . 47 21 

Investigations ($8,383.65)— 

Canadian Northern Railway Guarantee Bill and Mortgage Trust Deeds: Bicknell, Bain 
& Co., Toronto, legal services, paid on account, $6,200; Lewis & Smellie, Ottawa, 

legal services, $2.107 ; . 8,307 00 

Re Judge Fitch: Mr. Justice Hodgins, commissioner, travelling expenses, balance unpaid 

1915-16, $47.55; Sheriff VV. A. Baker, for court crier, $29.10 76 65 

9,989 69 

Supreme Court of Canada— Cour Supreme du Canada. 

Continycnt Expenses — Depenses contingentes {$8,822.79). 

C. H. Masters, reporting for law journals, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 125 00 

Extra employees: G. A. Audette, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $799.92; J. Bumstead, 10 w., 

$120; John Lyons, 5 w., $60; John Casserly, 10 d., $20; Thos. Watt, 88 d., $176; Richard 

Risk, 3 w., $36; Basil O'Regan, $110; Morten O'Regan, $38 1,359 92 

Mrs. E. Lachance: washing linen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $132; services in lunch room during 

session, $72.75; hemming, etc., $9.72 214 47 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of telephones, 18 m. to Sept. 30, 1917: registrar's office, $82.50; 

registrar's residence, $75; court reporter's residence, $52.50; judge's chambers, $57; 

office of Chief Justice, $85.50; long distance messages, $87.85 440 35 

Birks, Henry & Sons, Ottawa: winding clocks, S25; repairing clocks, $28.50 53 50 

Cameron, E. R., Ottawa, Constitutional Cases, 10 Vols 100 00 

Davis, R. G., Ottawa, water, 172 bottles at 50c 86 00 

Federal Typewriter Co., Ottawa: rent of typewriters at $3.50 per m., $63; sundry supplies 

and repairs, $23 86 00 

Fire insurance on library, premiums for 3 y. to Feb. 18, 1920: W. G. Black ($19,000), $171; R. 

Stewart & Son ($19,000), $171 342 00 

Hope, James & Sons, Ottawa: blank books, 6, $12; pencils, 12 doz. at 90c, 12 doz. at $1; sundry 

stationery, $81.35 116 15 

Ottawa Artificial Ice Co., ice, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 48 00 

Books for judges, detailed under Library 215 15 

Carried forward 3, 186 54 



.11 STICE DEPARTMENT: EXPEt Hill HI. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Supreme Court of Canada Concluded. Cour Supreme ilu Canada — Fin. 

Brought forward 3,186 34 

Contingent Expenses Concluded Dipenses contingentes -Fin. 

Cabs for judges: M. Landreville, $158.75; Major Hill Taxi and Transfei I paid 

by regisl tar, Shi. 75 302 00 

Messenger Service: Henry <>. Hewitt, $15.52; Ottawa Despatch & Agencj Co., $100.78; 

paid by registrar, $12.55 128 85 

Postagefor judges and office, $1,107.72; subscriptions to newspapers, $82.; so 1,190 52 

Express and freight, $11.35; trams, $95; sundry items paid by registrar, $27.96 ,. . 134 31 
Shei lit' of t ':■! leton i iounty, < 'tit.: attendance at court, 120 d. at $5; constables (2) at $2 

perd., $480 1,080 00 

Telegrams: C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $251.77; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $92.22; gratuities to 

messenger boys, $14.25 358 24 

Travelling expenses, Lament Beaudry, private secretary to Chief Justice 105 s7 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: printing, $383.36; stationery, $1,265.26 1,648 62 

Sundry small aeeounts 1 s7 s 1 

Library— Bibliotheque (87,962.24). 

Books and periodicals: American Geographical Society, ?10; American Law Bunk Co., 
$72.50; Boston Book Co., $693; Burroughs <S Co., $20; Butterworth & Co., $31.40; E. 
R. Cameron, $158; Canada Law Book Co., $888.70; Canadian Parliamentary Guides, 
$12; The Carswell Co., $2,482.65; Granger Freres, $46.50; James Hope & Son.-, $119.25; 
International Press, Ltd., $18; John Lovell & Son, $10; H. C. Lust & Co., $20; Ontario 
'Weekly Reporter.' $15; Simmons Printing Co., $65; Sotitliam Press, Ltd., $45; R. L. 
Sproule, $10; C. Stewart, $20; Thorburn & Abbott, $44.45; West Publishing Co., $255; 
Wilson & Lafleur, $185.25; Public Printing and Stationery Department, $17.30; sundry 
small accounts, $116.94; Purchased in Britain: Green & Son, $14.33; Stevens A- Havnes, 
$451.21; Sweet & Maxwell, $94.91; Small accounts, $12.50; Purchased in France: M. 
Giard & E. Briere, $28.81; Laron & Tenin, $30.97; — less books for judges charged to 
Contingencies. $215.15 5,773 61 

Binding Books: The Carswell Co., $1,300.40; A. A. Laflamme, $358.30; The Mortimer Co., 

$31.85; Department of Public Printing and Stationery, $398.92 2,089 47 

Freight and express charges on books 99 16 



16,285 03 
Exchequer Court of Canada Cour de I'Fchiciuicr du Canada. 

Contingent Expenses — Depenst s contingentes. 

Charles Morse, registrar, reports of court decisions, 12 m. to Mar. 31 50 00 

Advertising court sittings in " Provincial Gazettes " 86 81 

Allowance to sheriffs and constables attending court sittings: Calgary, $8; Charlottetown, 
$16; Edmonton, $32; Edmundston, $96; Halifax, $153: Kamouraska, $10; Malane, $9; 
Montreal, $18; Ottawa, $63; Peterborough, $9; Port Arthur, $27; Quebec, $549; Sand- 
wich, $27: Sorel, $8; Sydney, $27; St . Catherines, $18; St. John, $99; Three Rivers, $8; 

Toronto, $18; Victoria, $8; Winnipeg. $32 1,241 00 

Supplying material for reports: J. L. Barnhill, $23.25; John Bruce, $9.50; B. H. T. Drake, $36 68 75 

Taking and transcribing evidence at court sittings: A. Belinge, $12; X. R. Butcher, $392 55; 
A.J. Christie, $10.40; Paul A. < 'usson, 81,080.95; Robt. C. Dunbar, $105.60; Jas. Lavallee, 
$679, less $179.01 paid in 1917-18; Jos. Lord, $32; Alphonse Provost, $16; George Simpson, 

$16. SO 2, 166 29 

Charles Morse, registrar, disbursements: car tickets, $6; express, $10.50; sundry small 

accounts, $4.19 20 69 

The Carswell Co., Toronto: sundry law books, $109.60; subscription to English Law Reports 

for 1917, $21 130 60 

Kathleen Ryan, temporary clerk, April 1 to Sept. 30, at $41 66 249 96 

Postage, $145; subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals, $74 46 219 46 

Telegrams: C.P.R. Telegraph Co., $3.69; G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $15 41; gratuities to 

messenger boys, $6 25 10 

Travelling expenses — 

Mr. Justice ( 'assels, Sept. 18 to Jan. 20: living allowance, 20 d. at $10, 12 d. at $6; moving 

expenses, $101.05 373 05 

Mr. Justice Audette, April 24, 1916, to April 6, 1917: living allowance, 9S d. at $10, 57 d. at 

$6; moving expenses, $705.05 2.027 05 

Sundry small accounts. 6 24 55 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: Exchequer Court Reports, 2,020, $996.27; 

binding and printing, $159.16; stationery, $711.26 .... 1.866 69 

Admiralty Court travel: Mr. Justice Hodgins, $29.50; Mr. Justice Martin, $492; Angus and 

Stonehouse, stenographers, $8 529 50 

9,079 50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



JUSTICE— PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EX VERTC DE LA LOI. 



Frais de 
voyage. 



Salary. 



Appoin- 
tements. 



Total. 

Total. 



Supreme Court of Canada— Cour Supreme du Canada. 

Chief Justice, The Right Honourable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, 

P. C, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, F. A. Anglin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" L. P. Brodeur, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" Sir Louis H. Davies, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" L. P. Duff, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $9,000 (less August) 

" J. Idington, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Exchequer Court of Canada— Cour de I'Echiquier du Canada. 

Chief Justice, W. G. P. Cassels, 12 m. to Mar. 31 . 

Assistant Judge, L. A. Audette, 12 m. to Mar. 31 .' 

Local Judges in Admiralty — 

Ontario, J. T. Garrow, 5 m. to Aug. 31. at $600 (deceased) 

Ontario, F. E. Hodgins, Nov. 14 to Mar. 31, at $600 

Quebec, A. B. Routhier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Nova Scotia, A. Drysdale, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

New Brunswick, E. McLeod, 12 m. to Mar. 31..; 

British Columbia, A. Martin, 12 m.'to Mar. 31 

Prince Edward Island, W. W. Sullivan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Province of Ontario — Province d'Ontario. 

Court of Appeal — 

Chief Justice, Sir. Wm. R. Meredith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, W. N. Ferguson, 3 m. to Mar. 31, at $7,000 

" J. T. Garrow, 5 m. to Aug. 31, at $7,000 (deceased) . 

F. E. Hodgins, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. J. Maclaren, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Magee, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



High Court — King's Bench — 

Chief Justice, Sir Glenholme Falconbridge, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

Justice.. B. M. Britton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. R. Riddell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

High Court — Common Pleas — 

Chief Justice, R. M. Meredith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, H. T. Kelly, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" C. A. Masten, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



1,174 00 
1,055 00 



High Court — Chancery — 

Chief Justice, Sir John A. Boyd, April 1 to Nov. 23, at $S,000 

(deceased) 

Justice, F. R. Latchford, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. E. Middleton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. E. Rose, 3 m. to Mar. 31, at $7,000 

High Court — Exchequer — 

Chief Justice, Sir Wm. Mulock, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, R. C. Clute, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. T. Sutherland, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



1,133 50 
167 00 



506 00 

1,382 00 

933 00 

30 00 



255 00 

924 50 

1,279 50 



High Court — Extra Judges — 

Justice, J. Leitch, 10 m. to Jan. 31 at $7,000 (deceased). 
" H. Lennox, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



County Court Judges — 

Brant, A. D. Hardv, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Bruce, A. B. Klein, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" Carleton, D. B. MacTavish, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

DuSerin, W. G. Fisher, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Elgin, C. W. Colter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Essex, J. O. Dromgole, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Frontenac, H. A. Lavell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



26S 25 
31 45 
41 45 

192 90 
40 00 



701 00 



10.000 00 
9,000 00 
9.000 00 
9,000 00 
8,250 00 
9.000 00 



S.tlOll HO 

6,000 00 

250 00 

228 23 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

800 00 



8,000 00 
1,749 99 
2,916 65 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



8,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



S 000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



5,177 81 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
1,749 99 



S.000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



5,833 30 
7,000 00 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



Carried f orward . 



10,725 05 ' 21,000 00 



19,278 23 



22,000 00 



22,000 00 



206,955 97 



.11 STICE DEPAR1 VENT: EXPESDITl RE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



L— 9 



JUSTICE— PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EX YERTU DE LA LOI. 



Travel. 

I i m di 
voyage. 



Salary. 



Appoin- 
temi nl 



Total. 
Total. 



Prouiico of Ontario Continued. Produce <l'Oii<ario Sun. 



Brought forward 



( 'ountii < 'ourt Judgi s < loncluded. 

Grey, C. T. Sutherland, 12 m. to Mar. :;i 

Hal.liinand, (1. II. Hopkins, 12 in. to Mar. Ill 

Halton, J. \V. Elliott, 12 in. to Mar Ml 

Hastings, G. E. Deroche, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Huron, B. L. Doyle, April 1-20, at $3,000 (pensioned 
Huron. L. II. Dickson, April 21 to Mar 31, at $3,000 

Kent, W. Stanworth, 12 m. to Mar. Ml 

Lambton, D. F. Mac Watt, 12 m .to Mai 31 

Lanark, J. H. Scott, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Leeds and Grenville, J. K. Dowsley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Lennox and Addington, J. H. Madden, 12 in. to Mar. .'il 

Lincoln-, J. S. Campbell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Middlesex, T. Macbeth, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Norfolk, A. T. Boles, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Northumberland and Durham, H. A. Ward. 12 in. to Mar. .'il 

Ontario, T. A. McGillivray, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Oxford, .1. tl. Wallace, 12 in. to Mar. :S1 

Peel, D. McGiblion, April 1 to l>ee " i»n li.nnli 

Peel, B. F.Justin, Deo. 14 to Mar. 31, at $3,000 

Perth, J. A. Barron, 12 in. to Mar. 31... 

Peterborough, E. C. S. Huycke, 12 m. to Mar. 31 . 
Preseottand Russell, A. Constant ineau, 12 m. to Mar. 31.... 

Prince Edward, D. Morrison, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Renfrew, J. M. McNamara, Nov. 2 to Mar. 31, at $3, 

Simcoe, G. M. Vance, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, J. R. O'Reilly, 12 in. to 

Mar. 31 

Victoria, W. D. Swayze, 12 m. to Mar. :',1 

Waterloo, C. R. Hanning, 12 in. to March Ml 

Welland, L. B. < '. Livingstone, 12 m. to Mai :;i 

Wellington, L. M. Haves, 12 m. to Mar. Ml 
Wentworth, C. J. Snider, 12 m. to Mar. 31 
York, J. Winchester, 12 m. to Mar. .'il 



Junior County Court Judges — 

Bruce, A. M. Greig, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Carleton, R. D. Gunn, 12 m. to Mar. Ml 

Elgin, C. O. L. Ermatinger. 12 m. to Mar. Ml . . . 

Essex, G. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31.... 

Grey, C. H. WiddiHeld, 12 m. to Mar. 31. ..... 

Hastings, E. B. Fraleck, April 1-20, at xi, Olid p, .,.;,, I 

Hastings, J. F. Wills, April 21 to Mar. MO, at SM.000 

Huron, P. Holt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Kent, J. L. Dowlin, April 1 to Aug. 4, at $3,000 (pensioned). . 

Kent, J. J. Coiiglilin, Aug. 5 to Mar. 31, at S3.000 

Lambton, A. E. Taylor, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Leeds and Grenville, E. J. Reynolds, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Middlesex, E. Elliott, April 1 to May 22, at §3,000 

Middlesex, J. C. Judd, Nov. 2 to Mar. 31, at SM.000 

Northumberland and Durham, G.M. Roger, 12m. to Mar. 31. . 
Ontario, D.J. Mclntyre, 9 m. to Dec Ml at S3, 000 i pensioned) 

Ontario, R. Ruddy, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $3,000 

Prescott and Russell, C. .1. O'Brian, June 15 to Mar. 31, at 

83,000 

Renfrew, A. A. Fisher, 12 m. to Mar. Ml 

Sim , E. A. Wismer, 12 m. to Mar. M.l 

Stormont. and Glengarry, J. W. Liddell, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Victoria, H. McMillan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Waterloo, W. McK. Reade, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Wellington, A. Spotton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" Wentworth, J. F. Monek, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

York, No. 1, E. Coatsworth, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

York, No. 2, F. M. Morson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

York, J. H. Denton, 12 in. to Mar. 31 



244 90 
223 15 

253 10 



299 01 

71 MO 



205 20 
51 45 
N44 55 
158 55 
126 SO 
290 35 
157 30 
210 15 
351 50 
124 55 
62 85 
328 50 
M10 M5 
1,102 25 
198 d5 
60 10 
15 4(1 

42 75 

50 Id 



330 45 
528 do 
31 25 



481 15 

170 05 
219 50 
355 ed 

5011 00 



M14 511 
202 -17 



178 15 
293 dd 

Milt 1,11 



121 50 
394 30 

125 MM 
29 05 

216 M5 

155 55 
ins fid 
M54 45 
462 45 
291 20 
300 SO 
ISO on 

156 01 



139 63 



3,00 i 

3,000 00 
3,000 mi 
3,000 do 
166 67 
2,833 MM 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,0(10 00 

3,000 on 

3,000 (id 

3,000 00 

3, 000 00 

3,000 00 

M.OI (I 

M, (Ill 

3,000 dd 

2,1(11 84 

895 16 

3,11(10 00 

M.OIIO Oil 

3,000 00 

M. 1)11(1 dd 

1,241 67 

3,000 00 

3,(100 0(1 
3,000 00 
3,000 on 
3,000 (id 

3,000 dd 
3,51 



3,000 mi 
3,000 mi 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 

166 67 
2,833 mm 
3,000 dd 
1,032 26 
1,967 71 
3,000 dd 
3,000 dd 

427 42 
1,211 1)7 
3,000 dd 
2,2511 (Id 

750 00 

2,383 MM 
3,000 00 
3,000 on 
3,000 no 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 

M, 111)11 llll 

3,000 00 
3,000 00 



$ cts. 
206,955 97 



Carried forward 



23.S94 02 



206,955 97 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



JUSTICE— PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EN VERTU DE LA LOI. 



Frais de 
voyage. 



Salary. 



Appoin- 
tementa. 



Total. 
Total. 



Province of Ontario— Concluded— Province d'Ontario — Fin. 



Brought forward . 



Provisional Districts — 

Algoma, M. McFadden: salary, April 1 to Jan. 10, $2,330.04; 

travelling allowance, S3SS.3S (deceased) 

Algoma, F. Stone: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; travel 

ling allowance, $500 

Manitoulin, C. E. Hewson: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; 

travelling allowance, $500 

Muskoka, A. A. Mahaffy: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; 

travelling allowance, $500 

Nipissing, H. D. Leask: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; 

travelling allowance, $500 

Nipissing, J. A. Valin: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; travel- 
ling allowance, $500 

Parry Sound, F. R. Powell: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000 

travelling allowance, $500 

Rainy River, T. W. Chappie: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000 

travelling allowance, $500 

Rainy River, A. McLennan: salary, April 21 to Mar. 31, 

$2,833.33; travelling allowance, $472.14 

Sault Ste. Marie, J. McKay: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000 

travelling allowance, $500 

Sudbury, J. J. Kehoe: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; travel- 
ling allowance, $500 

Temiskaming, H. Hartman: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000 

travelling allowance, $500 

Thunder Bay, H. O'Leary: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $3,000; 

travelling allowance, $500 



Travelling allowances of Judges. 



Province of Quebec— Province de Quebec. 

Court of King's Bench — 

Chief Justice, H. Archambault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, H. G. Carroll, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" A. G. Cross, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. Lavergne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" L. P. Pelletier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" N. W. Trenholme, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Superior Court — 

Chief Justice, F. Lemieux, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Senior Justice, J. S. Archibald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, V. Allard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. Archer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. Archambault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" I. N. Belleau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. A. Bruneau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. J. Cannon, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" N. Charbonneau, 5 m. to Aug. 31, at $7,000 (deceased) 

T. H. Chauvin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. Coderre, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. P. Demers, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Desy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Dorion, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. E. Dorion, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" F. X. Drouin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. A. Duclos, Dee. 29 to Mar. 31, at $7,000 

F. O. Dugas, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Dunlop, Apr. 1 to Nov. 7, at $7,000 (deceased). . 
" N. L. Du Plessis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. J. Flynn, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. Fortin, 12 m. to Mar. 31. . . . 



Carried forward 9,711 95 



531 00 
660 00 
503 00 
729 00 
540 00 
68 00 



112 25 
128 60 
34 90 



1,167 20 
72 00 



211 35 
1,790 85 



601 70 
i, 249 50 



166 85 
6S3 95 



2,719 02 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,305 47 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 



S.000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



8,000 00 
8,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
4,500 00 
5,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
2,916 65 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
5,000 00 
4,500 00 
7,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,806 44 
5,000 00 
4,219 42 
5,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



128,942 51 



$ cts. 
206, 955 97 



224,318 58 
23,894 02 



JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITl HE 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



JUSTICE PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EN VEBTU DE LA LOI. 



I in .I- 



Appoin- 



Total. 



Province of Quebec — Concluded- Province de Quebec I in. 
Broughl forward 



Superior ( 'ourt -Concluded. 

Justice, A. Globensky, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. A. E. Greenshields, 12 ra. to Mar. 31 

E. Guerin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" M. F. Hackett, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" M. Hutchinson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" E. Lafontaine, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. G. B. Lamothe, 1-' m. to Mar. 31 

" C. Lane, 12 m. to Mar 31........ 

" ('. Lebeui, 12 m. to Mar. :!1 

" B. Letellier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" F. S. Maclennan, 12 m. to Mar. .'SI 

" A. Malouin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. T. Marechal, 12 m. to Mar. :!1 

" P. G. Martineau, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" J. C. McCorkill, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

" J. M. McDougall, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" W. Mercier, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" D. Monet. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" L. E. Panneton. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. C. Pouliot. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. 1). Purcell, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" J. E. Robidoux, 12 in. to Mar. 31 (including overpay- 
ment, $12) 

" L. R. Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. M. Tellier, Sept. 9 to Mar. 31, at $7,000 
" A. Tessier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. A. Weir. 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Province of New Rrunswick. 

Province du Nouveau-Brunswick. 

Court of Appeal — 

Chief Justice, E. McLcod, 12 m. to Mar. 31 
Justice, W. ('. H. Grimmer, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

A. S. White, 12 in. to Mar. 31 



82 (ill 
5211 50 
132 fill 



764 li:, 

7S1 17 

1,337 S5 



1.207 25 
656 75 
466 60 
377 80 
726 15 



5.110(1 00 

7,000 on 

,M" 

5.000 00 
5,000 00 
7,000 00 
7.1100 Oil 
7,000 00 
5,111111 nil 

5. 00 

7.000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
T.iiiin mi 

5.1 

7,000 00 

5. II 

7,000 00 

5. inn 

4,500 00 

7,000 00 
5,000 oo 

3,927 76 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



20, 507 52 



039 (III 

450 10 

1,893 70 



7,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 



Court of Kiny's Bench — 

Chief Justice, P. A. Landry, Apr. 1 to July 28, at 57,000 (de- 
ceased) 

Chief Justice 11. A. McKeown, Aug. 19 to Mar. 31, at $7,000. 

Justice, J. H. Barry, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

W. B. ( 'handler. Aug. 19 to Mar. 31, at. $6,000 

(I. S. ( 'rocket, 12 in. to Mar. 31 ,... 
11. A. McKeown, Apr. 1 to Aug. In, at 86, appoint- 
ed Chief Justice) 



708 20 

1,208 35 

349 16 

1,059 25 



2.270 S7 
1.3:7 '.«; 
6.000 00 
3,709 68 
6,000 00 

2,290 32 



Count:/ Court Judges — 

J. R. Armstrong, St. John City and County, 12 in to Mar. 31 

R. A. Borden, Kent and Westmorland, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. L. Carleton, Carleton, Charlotte, Victoria and Madawaska, 

12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. B. Jonah, King's and Albert, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

H. F. McLatchy, Gloucester, Northumberland and Resti- 

gouche, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. Wilson, Queen's, Sunbury and York, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

1 1 vorCl I ourt — 

Justice, (i. S. Crocket, Sept. 20 to Mar. 31, at $500 

" H. A. McKeown, Apr. 1 to Sept. 19, at $500 (.resigned) 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Carried forward 



778 05 
911 10 



343 20 
400 50 



3, rem mi 

3,000 00 



3,000 mi 

3,000 0.1 



3.0 

3,000 00 



265 '.: 
234 68 



283,370 27 
20,507 52 



19,000 00 



500 00 
8,812 01 



873,463 17 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



JUSTICE-PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EN VERTU DE LA LOI. 



Province of Nova Scotia— Province de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 

Brought forward 



Supreme Court — 

Chief Justice, W. Graham, 12 m.-to Mar. 31. 

Justice, J. A. Chisholm, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" A. Drysdale, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. E. Harris, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. W. Longley, 12 m. to. Mar. 31 

" J. J. Ritchie, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" B. Russell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



County Court Judges — 

J. P. Chipman, King's Co., 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. Finlavson, Cape Breton, Richmond and Victoria, 12 m. to 
Mar. 31 

F. G. Forbes, Lunenburg, Queen's and Shelburne, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31 

J. A. Grierson, Annapolis, Digby and Yarmouth, Dec. 11 to 

Mar. 31, at .$3,000 

A. MacGillivray, Antigonish, Inverness and Guysboro, 12 m 

to Mar. 31 

G. Patterson, Pictou and Cumberland, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. H. Pelton, Annapolis, Digby and Yarmouth, April 1 to 

Nov. 4, at S3, 000 (deceased) 

W. B. Wallace, Halifax Co., 12 m. to Mar. 31 (less Jan.) 

Divorce Court — 

Justice, J. J. Ritchie, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Travelling allowances of Judges 



Province of Prince Edward Island. 

Province de Pile du Prince-Edouard. 

Supreme Court — 

Chief Justice. W. W. Sullivan, 12 m. to Mar. 31. . . 

Justice, R. R. Fitzgerald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. L. Haszard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



County Court Judges — 

A. L. Fraser, King's Co., 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. McQuarrie, Prince Co., 12 m. to Mar. 31. . 
W. S. Stewart, Queen's Co., 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

Travelling allowances of Judges 



Province of Manitoba— Province du Manitoba. 



Court of Appeal — 

Chief Justice, H. M. Howell, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

Justice, J. D. Cameron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" A. Haggart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. E. Perdue, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" A. E. Richards, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Court of Kino's Bench — 

Chief Justice, T. G. Mathers, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 

Justice, J. P. Curran, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. C. Gait, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" D. A. Macdonald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. L. Metcalfe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. P. Prendergast, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 



Carried forward . 



Frais de 
voyage. 



310 44 
271 65 
117 30 
30S 30 
276 77 
378 99 
417 05 



45 15 

273 20 

1,056 50 

171 So 

60 00 
601 55 

394 50 
209 00 



54 30 
76 50 



373 65 
127 20 
155 95 



106 00 
301 00 
222 00 
90 00 
345 00 
399 00 



Salary. 



Appoin- 
tements. 



7,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6.000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 



3,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

919 35 

3,000 00 
3,000 00 

1,783 33 
2,916 60 



6,000 00 
5,200 00 
5,200 00 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,500 00 



8,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



7,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 



Total. 
Total. 



$ cts. 
873,463 17 



500 00 
4,892|25 



9,500 00 
787 60 



36,000 00 



37,000 00 



,11 STICE HI PARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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JUSTICE PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EN VEKTl DE LA LOI. 



Travel. 

Frais de 
voj age. 



Salary. 



Ippoin- 
temenl -. 



Total. 



Province of Manitoba Concluded Province du Manitoba— Fin 

Brought lorn ard 



County < 'ourt Jud 

G. Barrgtt, i run al District, 3 m. to Mar. 31, at $3,000. . . 
T. 1 1. i lumberland, Western District, 12 m. to Mar. 31.... 

A. Dawson, Eastern District, 12 m. t.. Mar. :;i 

('. Lock.-, Eastern District, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C.J Mickle, Northern District, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

ft. II. Myers, Fasti Tii District, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

( i. PatiTsmi, \. Kastern I )istrict, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

L. A. Prudhomme, Eastern District, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Ryair, Central District, 9 m. to Dec 31, a1 $3,000 (pensioned) 

Travelling allowance s to Judges 



309 10 

138 15 



567 55 
431 75 



Province of Saskatchewan— Province de la Saskatchewan. 

Supremi Court— 

i Ihief Jus1 ice, K. W. ( '•■ Baultain, 12 m. to Mar. ill 

Justin-, J. T. Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. L. Elwood, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. H. Lamont, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" J. Mackay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. W. Newlands, 12 in. to .Mar. 31 

District Court Judges — 

J. O. Baldwin, Kindersley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. 11. Bell, Wynyard, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. 1). Dickson, Humboldt, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. E. Doak, Prince Albert, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. G. Farrell, Moosomin, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

T. ( ',. Gordon, Yorkton. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. W. Hannan. Battleford, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

W. J. Leahy, Kerroberl . 12 in. to Mar. 31 

J. F. Maclean, Battleford, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

E. A. C. McLorg 8 iskatoon, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

F. A. G. Ouseley, Moosejaw, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Riniim r. ( lannington, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

W. O. Smyth, Swift ( torrent, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

C. E. D. Wood, Weyburn, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. R. Wylie, Estevan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Travelling allowances of Judges 



Province of Alberta— Province de r Alberta. 

Supreme Court — 

Chief Justice, II. Harvey, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Justice, N. 1>uB. Beck, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

.111. Hyndman, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" W. ('. I vis, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

" M. S. McCarthy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. L. Scott, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" W. C. Simmons, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. A. Stuart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" W. L. Walsh, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

District Court Judges — 

J. L. Crawford, Edmonton, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

G. W. Greene, Medicine Hat, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Jackson, Lethbridge, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

J. L. Jennison, Calgary, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. A. D. Lees, Wetaskiwin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. J. Mahaff v, Red Deer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. P. McNeill, Mac-leod, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Carried forward 



71)2 15 



698 I.") 

872 :.:. 

758 30 

i.ii:; 85 

827 20 



100 40 

199 05 

041 95 

202 15 

i,::no ii5 

171 10 
till on 

172 si I 
514 16 

77 53 

1,252 25 

44 20 

4S5 00 

72.: 05 

175 35 



11,796 70 



750 00 
3,000 mi 
3,000 mi 
3,000 00 

3,01 H 

3 ' 00 

!, 

3.000 00 
2,250 00 



7.000 00 
0,00(1 00 
6, oo 

0,000 110 

6,000 00 

0,000 00 



3,000 00 
3.000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 on 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 no 
3,000 oo 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



1,894 65 


7,000 00 


1,431 55 


6,000 no 


1,016 00 


6,000 no 


1,934 50 


0,000 00 


1, 100 III 


6,000 00 


1,459 90 


6,000 00 


1,472 05 


ti.ooo 00 


1,326 55 


fi.OOO 00 


1, ion tin 


6,000 00 


649 70 


3,000 00 


219 75 


3,000 00 


826 95 


3,000 00 


168 87 


3,000 00 


1,077 30 


3,000 00 


862 70 


3,000 00 


146 40 


3,000 00 



17,686 87 



$ els. 
1,042,162 30 



24,000 00 



45,000 00 
11,796 79 



55, in 



21,000 00 1,219,922 99 



AUDITOR GESERAVS REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



JUSTICE— PAID UNDER STATUTE. 
JUSTICE— PAYE EN VERTU DE LA L.OI. 



Province of Alberta— Concluded— Province de 1' Alberta— Fin 

Brought forward • 

District Court Judges— Concluded . 

F. A. Morrison, Stettler, Oct. 7 to Mar. 31 

J. C. Noel. Athabasca, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. C. Taylor, Edmonton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. R. Winter, Calgary, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Travelling allowances of Judges 

Province of British Columbia. 

Province de la Colombie-Britannique. 

Court of Appeal — 

Chief Justice, J. A. Macdonald. 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, W. A. Galliher, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. A. Irving, April 1-9, at $7,000 (deceased) 

" A. Martin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. E. McPhillips, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Supreme Court — 

Chief Justice, G. Hunter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Justice, W. H. P. Clement, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. B. Gregory, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. A. Macdonald, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

" A. Morrison, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. Murphy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



County Court Judges — 

C. H. Barker, Xanaimo, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. R. Brown, Yale, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. (aider. Cariboo, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Forin. Kootenay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. Grant. Vancouver, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. W. Howay, New Westminster, 12 m. to Mar. 31.. 

P. S. Lampman, Victoria, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. W. B. Mclnnes, Vancouver, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. E. A. Robertson, Cariboo, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. D. Sehultz, Vancouver, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. D. Sw-anson, Yale, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. H. Thompson, East Kootenav. 12 m. to Mar. 31. 
F. McB. Young, Atlin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Frais de 
voyage. 



S CtB. 

17,686 87 



963 75 

1,356 95 

890 70 

240 85 



21,139 12 



1,269 00 
1,237 00 



953 00 
1,18.5 00 



elling allowances of Judges . 



1.S79 25 
1,211 70 
823 00 
663 90 
1,871 10 
1,435 95 



772 95 
556 50 
974 00 
938 70 
46 95 
633 20 



20 70 
S81 90 



871 85 
1,318 55 

471 80 



Salary. 



Appoin- 
tements. 



20,016 00 



S ets. 
21,000 00 



1,451 61 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



S.000 00 
7,000 00 



7.000 00 
7.000 00 



7,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6, 000 00 
6,000 00 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3.000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



Total. 
Total. 



31,451 61 
21,139 12 



39,000 00 
20,016 00 



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Admiralty Court, Quebec- (our de I'Amirautf, Quebec. 

Marshal, J. B. Parkin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Atlin District, B.C. District d'AtUn, ( .-IS. 

Judge F. McB. young, living allowance, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



::.:.: 14 



Yukon Territory- Territoire du Yukon. 

Mr. Justice C. D. Macaulay, Supreme Court, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary, ?5,000; living 

allowance, 85,000 19.000 00 

G. Brimston, Sheriff, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary, 84,000; living allowance, $1,800. . 5 10 00 

J. L. Bell. Police Magistrate, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary, $4,000; Living allowance, $1,400; 

travelling i ip n . 524 IS 6 

John Black, Clerl lourt, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary. $4,000; living allowance, $1,800.. 5,800 00 

H. G. Blankman, Court Reporter, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary, $2,000; living allowa: 

$1,800 ... 

George Craig, court reporter, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: salary, $2,000; Hying allowance, $1,800 :i,800 00 

Advertising sale of haulier 187 

Legal services: J. P. Smith, crown prosecutor, $1,534.25; J. A. W. O'Neill, $265 1,799 25 

Employers' Liability Assurance < Y>., ( Ittawa, renewal premium on guarantee bonds of Yukon 

officials, 12 m. to July 1, 1917 ... 32 00 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, telephone service, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Postage, $99; telegrams, $17.07; small accounts, $5.75 121 82 

Witness, jury and interpreter expenses paid on entile prosecutor 

Coroners' inquests by R.N.W.M. Police, paid to coroners A. L. Bell and E. A. Dixon 666 47 

Expenses in connection with arrest, trial and conveyance of prisoners by R.N.W.M. Police. . 3,756 To 
Maintenance of prisonersal stationsof R.N.W.M. Police, Mar. 1, 1916 to Jan. 31, 1917. Dawson, 

$3,456; Whitehorse, $2,786 6,242 00 

Public Printing and Stationery I department, Ottawa: printing, $47.73; stationery, $1,050.82; 

freight and express, $130.59 1,229 14 



49,074 SO 



Miscellaneous: Litigated Matters Divers: Matieres en litige. 

. Exchequer < lourl of ( lanada, law stamps, to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

Imperial Board of Trade, for services rt schooner Robert Ewing 44 20 

Law Society of I ppi r ( lanada, Toronto: solicitors' fee to Nov. 1916, $15; bar fees, $2 17 00 

Legal Serviees >7.2::.s.S4)— 

Hogg & Hogg, Ottawa, Rafstadt estate, $675.48, less paid 1915-16. $291.11 

Hutchinson, Geo. A . Richibui to, N.B., King vs. Charron 45 00 

Martin, J. E., K.( '., Montreal, British < lolumbia letter Terms Commission. July, 1913 

to July. 1914, $2,569.55, Li - paid Feb., 1914, $500 (sec page F-44, Report 1914) 2,009 55 

Meredith, F. E., K.C., Mon' I i Reference 

Moore, II. Stuart, London. England, Quele ■ i d i Reference 

Robinson, C. C, Toronto, King vs. Gibb 

Varcoe, F. P., Ottawa, professional services, Department of Justice, Ottawa, 3j m 350 00 

Supreme ( lourl of ( lanada, law stamps to Oct. 31, 1916. 100 00 

Public Printing and Stationery, Ottawa, printing 



Miscellaneous: Sundry Votes Divers: Credits divers. 

Pecuniary Claims Convention ($2,458.88)— 

Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, 2 m. during summer 1914 at $1,200 per m. (Canada's half i 

Charles P. Anderson, 2 in. during summer of 1914 

Difference in exchange between f4 \c,-t an ,\ $4.7,", 

Canadian Law Library, London, England, annual grant . 

Chief Constables' Association of < lanada, annual grant 

Special payments to Judges holding court in Rainy River District: Judge Hugh O'Leary, 
$805.20; Judge John McKay, §2(19.40 .. '. . . . 

Suppression of \\ hite Slave Traffic ($999.05)— 

Rev. John Chisholm, special grant by order-in-council for valuable services 

Mrs. Bessie Egan, Halifax, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Mrs. E. A. Burrington-Ham, Quebec, salary, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1916 

Bernard Mullin, * Ittawa, copying evidence. King vs. Merson, 

Moylan, P., Ottawa, travelling expenses 



S.634 $9 



1,200 00 

[,200 00 

58 ss 

250 nil 

500 00 

1,014 60 

500 00 
300 00 
150 00 
7 50 
41 55 

5.222 53 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Gratuities to Relatives of Deceased Officials. $ cts. 

Gratifications am parents des fonctionnaires decides. 

Sir John Boyd, Chancellor of Ontario 1,333 33 

Hon. Justice Charbonneau, Superior Court, Quebec 1, 166 66 

F. Coutu, guard, St. Vincent de.Paul Penitentiary 200 00 

Joseph Dupont, guard, St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 200 00 

Hon. Justice Garrow, Appeal Court, Ontario 1, 166 66 

Justice Irving, Appeal Court, British < lolumbia 1, 166 66 

T. A. Keenan, clerk, Kingston Penitentiary '. 300 00 

Judge Pelton, County Court, Nova Scotia 500 00 

6, 033 31 

Dominion Police — Police federal?. 

Inspectors to Mar. 31, 1917, at $4 to So per d.: D. Hogan, S1.74S.50; J. Parkinson, $1,657.25; 

E. Foster, 81,657.25; H. Giroux, $1,474.75 6, 537 75 

Sergeant-major and Sergeants to .Mar. 31, 1917, at S3. 25 to S4.25 per d.: L. P. Godin, $1,474.75; 

R. M. Argue, $1,441.20; J. G. Andrews, E. Carroll, G. W. Kennedy, F. Littlefield, A. 

Marcoux, J. P. Quinn, T. C. Slade, each, 81.201 11,322 95 

Constables (110) to Mar. 31, 1917: at 83.30 or $3.60 per d., $4,821.60; at $2.90 or S3. 15 per d., 

$11,379.70; at $2.75 or S3 per d., $50,748; at $2.70 or $3 per d., $1,200.30; at $2.40 or S2.70 

per d., $1,425.60; at $2.25 or $2.50 per d., $23,201; at $2 or $2.25 per d., $1,613.50 94,389 70 

Cook, Son & Company, London, England: caps, 24, S55.4S; white cotton gloves, 24 doz., 

$47.70; macintoshs, 12, $131.40; cases, etc., S4.73 239 31 

Devlin, R. J., Company, Ottawa: rubber covers, 17 at $1.10, 4 at $1; Persian lamb wedges, 

3 at $10; sundry repairs, $6 58 70 

Dufour, Joseph, Ottawa: top cover, curtains, slip cover, painting and varnishing, $180; sundry 

repairs, $8 188 00 

Echlin, Dr. E. B., Ottawa, examining constables and furnishing reports ' - . 191 50 

Howe, Wm., Ottawa: bicvele, $50; sundry small supplies, $86 136 00 

Imperial Oil Co., Toronto: gasolene, 296J gal. at 27§c, 45 gal. at 2Skc, 190 gal. at 29Jc; 

140 gal. at30Sc 193 23 

McPherson, N. A., Dorchester, N\B.: travelling expenses, $54.75; making uniforms, $31.70 . 86 45 

The 2 Macs, Ottawa: mitts, 76 pr. at $2; pea jackets, 4 at $21; overalls, 6 pr. at $1.35, 6 suits 

at $3.50; suits, 1, $18, 1, $23, 2 at $25, 4 at $35; shoes, 83 pr. at $7, 5 pr. at $8; trousers, 

83 pr. at $1.85, 6 pr., $10.75; sundry small supplies, $13.75 1,295 13 

Martineau, Mrs. A., Ottawa, laundry work, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 60 75 

Maxwell's Limited, Halifax: serge and trousers, 6 at $23; trousers, 1 pr., $8, 1 pr., $8.50 154 50 

Militia and Defence Department, Ottawa: frock serge, 364 yd. at $1.25; trouser serge, 626J 

yd. at SI. 40; tunic cloth, 1,6875s yd. at S2.25; crowns, 2, $1.40 5,130 09 

Ottawa Electric Railway Co.: street car tickets, $70; sundry small supplies, $7 77 00 

Rea, A. E., Company, Ottawa: sheets, 1 doz., $12; naphtha flakes, 137 lb. at 25c; sundry 

small supplies, $38.18 S4 43 

Rooney Cooper, Limited, Ottawa: overcoats, 1, $50, 39 at $33.50; overcoating, 

14 vd. at $4.50; patrol jackets, 1, 812.50. 7 at $21.50, 1, $25.50; suits, 18 at $13.50, 83 at $15, 

3 at $17, 6 at $1S, 2 at $35, 2 at$38, 1 at $40; trousers, 115 pr. at $7, 4 pr. at $7.50, 17 pr. at 

$8; tunics, 47 at $18.50; tunic cloth, 34| vd. at $2.25; sundrv alterations and repairs, 

$369.50; less cost of cloth furnished, $1,673.32. 4, 054 46 

St. John Ambulance Association, Ottawa: examiner's fee, 4 nights at $5; class registration 

fee, $10; books and bandages, $23.60 53 60 

Sprinkling, D. F., Victoria: trousers, 3 pr. at $5, 8 pr. at $8; tunics, 6 at $15; sundry repairs, 

$5.50 174 50 

Subscriptions to newspapers, etc., $40.10; customs duties, $116.23; express, $5.39; postage, 

$47.62; sundrv small accounts (4S>, $643.16 852 50 

The Try Me Tire Co., Ottawa: tires (35 x 4i), 2 at $53.75; tubes (35 x 4|), 2 at $7.20 121 90 

United Photographic Stores, Ottawa, sundry photographic supplies 88 90 

Travel and disbursements of Dominion Police, .$1,066.53; less amount entered in 1915-16 

"to be accounted for", $2.62 1,063 91 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa: printing, $1,235.43; stationery, $914.99 2, 150 42 

128,705 70 
Less — refunded sundry sales 201 08 



128,504 62 
Kingston Penitentiary— Penitencier de Kingston. 

Salaries of Staff— Salaires du personnel ($96,693.57). 

R. R. Creighton, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2,800 00 

D. O'Leary, deputy warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

Surgeons, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: R. Hanley, $S60; W. T. Connell, $500 1, 360 00 

Carried forward 5, 960 00 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Kingston Penitentiary Continued. P£nltencler de Kingston — !u $ eta 

Brought forward 

Salaries of Staff — Concluded — Salaires du personnel- Fin. 

Ifi-v. M . Mr I i.itkiM, I; m Catholic chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Rev. 0. G. Dobbs, Protestanl chaplain, 12 m, to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Thomas D. Minne accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1 700 00 

Clerical assistants, 12 m. to Mar- 31, 1917: Thomas W. Bowie, $1,2 II S. Bi 

l; \ Caughey, $1,200; T. A. Keenan, $200; Geo. Laturney, $1,142.77; E. K. Purdy, 

$845.15; C. F. Smith, $1,200 6,987 92 

C. Bostridge, steward, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 i !00 00 

ni stewards, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: J. B. O'Drisoll, $900; P. Maddei I so 

H. W. Wilson, hospital nurse, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

I ! Mel uiilex . :< -i -i ■. t, i nui ii.', 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 . . 

Matrons Rose \. Fahej . 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $700; M. E. Bushey, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 

$700; E. McMahon, Sept. l to Mar. 31, 1017. $408.34; M. Redmond, $12.90 1,821 24 

Wm. Derry, engineer, 12 in. Id Mar. 31, 1917 1,300 (ID 
Assistant engineers, 12 m. to Mai 31, 1917: Chas, Baylie, $1,000; C. II. Fenning, $1,000; 1 

Hornibrc.uk. Sl.ooo :; 000 00 
Firemen: Geo. Bell, $874.98; K. C.odkin, $831 17. C. McClelland, $797.85; VV. Toilers! 

$797.85 . ... 3 302 15 
Organists: R. Corby, S100; A. W. Marshall, $100 
Industrial guards to Mar 31, 1917: R.J. Burns, chief, $1,200; P. M Beaupre, $1,000 .1. Mc- 

Caugherty, $1,000; J. Bennett, $1,000; J. Lawlor, $1,000; H. L. Walker, $1,000; \V. .1. 

Calvert, $986.55; D.J McCarthy, $1,000; Thos. Davidson, $1,000; Jas. Tweddell, $1,000 

R. Corby, $1,000 II, 186 55 

A. Atkins, chief keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Wm. Holland, chief watchman, 3 m. to June 30. 1916 300 00 

John Kenneth', chief watchman, July 1, 191(5 to Mar. 31, 1917 900 00 

Watchmen at $900 (15), $9,784.02; guards at SSO0 (til), S40.571.69 50,355 71 

T. W. Nicholson, caretaker, $700; S. Seager, caretaker, $480 1, 180 00 

!ii s— Gratifications ($3,241 08). 

G. . O. Aiken, guard, service, 14 years. . 706 67 

William He. Hand, chief watchman, service. 20 years, 11 tnoi 2, 111 66 

\V. H. Metcalfe, watchman, service, 10 months, 15 days 32 7", 

Miscellaneous Expenses— Depenses diverses ($116,9i 

A.cme Glove Works, Montreal, gloves, 744 doz. at $16.50 .. .. 129 25 

Amherst Woollen Mills, Ltd., Amherst: tweed. 299.,' yd. at $1.75, 455J yd. at $1 85, 4.".; yd. 
at $1.50, 43 ] yd. at $1.60; drawers and shirts. 140.1../,. at $10; packing! $2.90; less discount, 
$50.47; I 518.81 2,839 29 

Anglin, S. & ( '.,.. Kingston, ash tongues, 10 at $1.10; cedar posts, 100 at 29c: dry oak. 200 ft. 
at 10c; birch, 373 ft. at $42 per M; pine, 500 ft. at $27 per M, 1,000 It. at $31, 1,000 ft. at 
$22,; spruce, 1000 ft., $21 . 189 17 

Angrove. This. I'.., Kingston: I. rass castings, 1,454 lb. at 34c , 130| II. at 35c I iron castings, 

8,046 lb. at 2'c; iron rings, 369 lb. at 3'c, 525 lb. at 4c; sundry small supplies, Si; 781 12 

Bailey Broom Co., Kingston: broom handles, 2,000 at S27.50 per M.' 1,0110, S2Y5II; In u wire. 

100 lb. at 10c, 100 lb. at 12c 105 50 

Bakers, Limited, Prince Albert, jute bags, 1.000 at 17c 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto: burnishing ink. 5 gal. at $2.50; black laces, 15 gross at $2, 10 
gross at $2.25; kid shoes, 8 pr., $25.20; iron shoe nails, 275 lb., $31.88; Muskoka sole 
leather, 2.00S lb. at 38c; oiled sheepskins, 6 doz. at $21; belting, 50 ft. at 22c. 50 ft. at 
39c, 20 ft. at 54c; belt leather. 161i lb. at 40c; shoe tacks, 100 lb. at ll'.c; snake buckle 
sets, 1 gross, $25; wax upper, 150 lb. at 75c; shoe rivets. 250 lb., $46.03; sundry supplies. 
$44 70 ' 1,362 85 

Belding Paul Corticelli, Ltd., Montreal: thread. 6 boxes at $11.25, 3 boxes at $5.75, 2 boxes at 
$5, 3 boxes at $5.80, 2 boxes at $0, 2 boxes at $5,011; sundry small supplies, $17.45; less 
discount. $23.78 129 02 

Bell Telephone ( ..,, King, ion: rent of telephones. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, Warden's office. $46, 
accountant's office, storekeeper's office, hospital and female prison, at $34 per an., $136; 
warden's and deputy warden's residences, at $29 per an., $58; engineer's residence. $25; 
surgeon's residence, $08.40; long distance messages, $4.50 137 90 

Boico Co., Toronto, boico, 615 lb. at 15c . 92 25 

Boston Molasses Co., Boston: molasses, 2,744 gal. at 47c; cartage, $15 1,304 OS 

Burns, John & Co., Montreal: vegetable peeler, $75; sundry small supplies. $7.57 82 57 

Caldwell, Boyd & Co., Lanark: tweed, 250}. yd. at $1; freight, $1.11; ease, $1 252 36 

Canada Cement Co., Montreal: cement, 5S0 brl. at $1.85; less freight, $102.40; less discount, 

$19.50; less empty sacks returned, $151.75 739 35 

Canadian Consolidated Felt Co., Kitchener, hair felt, 1,800 ft. at $7 . 126 00 



Carried forward 108, 575 96 

1— 2l 



L — is AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Kingston Penitentiary— Continued.— Penitencier de Kingston— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 108, S75 96 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Continued — Depenses diverses — Suite. 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Montreal: hose, 50 ft. at 71c., 50 ft. at 37c.; boots, 2 pr. 

at $3.35, 2 pr. at S3. IS; sundry supplies, 82.50; less discount, $18.03 51 53 

Canadian Cottons Ltd., Montreal: blue denim, 1,056 J vd. at 19c; prison denim, 6321 yd. at 

34c; shirting, 1,409 yd. at 16Jc, 1,459 yd. at 20c; baling, $3.25; less discount, $19.12. ... 924 16 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Montreal: engine lathe, complete, $988.75; taper attach- 
ment, $137.50 1, 126 25 

Canadian Fire Hose Co., Montreal: cotton rubber lined hose, 59 ft at 60c, 50 at 25c; "Rainbow 

packing, 56 lbs at 48c; sundry small supplies, $4.45 73 83 

Canadian General Electric Co., Montreal: armature for motor, $28.50; electric fixtures, $10; 

Mazda lights, 200 at S22.SS per h.; sundry electrical supplies, $15.02 99 28 

Canadian Northern Railway Co: freight on cement, $106.40; on potatoes, $522 628 40 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight on flour 117 60 

Canada Paint Co., Montreal: putty, 415 lbs at $3.45 per cwt; white lead, 2000 lbs at $12.25 

per cwt, 2000 lbs at $14.10; less discount, $4.90 536 42 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., Hamilton: switch board, $550; sundry small supplies, 99c... 550 99 

Chaput, L., Fils et Cie, Montreal, molasses, 180 gals at 59c 106 20 

Chown, A. & Co., Kingston: cart axles, 492 lbs at 7c; knives and forks, 2 doz at $5; sundry 

hardware, $72.89 ■ 117 33 

Chown, A. P., Kingston, sundry drug supplies 78 72 

Consolidated Optical Co., Montreal: glazed spectacles, 7 doz at $6; sundry small supplies, 

$12. 17 54 17 

Creighton, R. R., Kingston, travelling expenses to Buffalo and return. 72 60 

Currie W. & F. P., Co., Montreal, soda, 5600 lbs at $1.50 per cwt. 2240 lbs at $1.75 123 20 

Dalton, W. B. & Sons, Kingston: boiled oil, 42J gal at 81c, 45| gal. at 90c; cartridges, 2000 

rds at $4.90 per C; charcoal, 100 bus at 30c: emery cloth, 8 reams, $172.56; fire brick, 

$35; glass, 8 cases, $50.37; green paint, 100 lbs at 18c, 100 lbs at 26c; iron, 8,791 lbs at 

$2.96 per cwt, 4400 lbs at S3. 15, 1 ,907 lbs at $3.16, 2,157 lbs at S2.80, at sundry prices, $313.97; 

linseed oil 42^ gal at 97c, 40 gal. at 79c; manilla rope, 644 lbs at 22'c; mallets 1H doz. 

at S30; nails, 9 kegs, $39.05; points supplies, S53.85; rivets, 1,734 lbs at $5.86 per cwt; 

sapolio, 18 boxes at S3. 00; shovels, 5 doz., $42.18; steel, 31,020 lbs at S3.46 per cwt., 5990 

lbs at $3.56; steel rods, 1456 lbs at $4 per cwt, at sundry prices, 819.97; steel sheets, 999 

lbs at S5.25 per cwt.. 2162 lbs at S5.50, 74 lbs at $5; twine, 300 lbs at 13c; turpertine, 

44-17 gals at 68c, 43-75 gals at 70c, 43-34 gals at 69c; varnish, 20 gals, $43.25; sundry 

hardware, $734.40 4,362 22 

Darling Bros., Montreal, turbine pump r 1,215 00 

Davis Dry Dock Co., Kingston: check valve, $36; gazoline pump, $84.50; piston ring, $36; 

turning crankshaft, $39; repairs to Smith-Vale pump as per contract, $305.50; sundry 

small supplies, S57.57 558 57 

Dillons, Limited, Montreal: chip soap, 611 lbs at 7jc; Epsom salts, 325 lbs at 4c; filter 

alum, 20,000 lbs at 3c; sanitary fluid, 120 gals at 50c; 120 gals at 45c; less freight, 85.55. 767 28 

Dominion Linens Limited, Guelph: crash, 509 yds at 14c; freight, 88c 72 14 

Dominion Textile Co., Montreal: grey cotton, 1,3191 vds at 7fc, 1.110} yds at 12|c, 1.240J 

yds at 13c, 1.460J vd. at 171c, 934 yd. at He; grey twill, 1,218 yd. at I2\c; freight, 27c. 907 60 

Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co., Kingston, unloading coal, 3J d. at $100 350 00 

Dorchester Penitentiary, wire reinforcement, 1, 450 si i . ft. at sfj.So per C. ft 84 83 

Duncan, John & Co., Montreal, tea, 100 lbs at 30c, 300 lbs at 25c. ... , 105 00 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Hull: beaver paper, $25.30; toilet paper, 41 cases at $12.10; sundry small 

supplies, $29.40; less discount, 8211.51 339 29 

Fitzgibbon, Ltd., Montreal, uniform blue serge, 16 yds at $3.75 60 00 

Fleischmann Co., Kingston, yeast, 256 lbs at 30e 76 80 

Forbes, R., Company, Hespeler: woollen yarn. 500 lbs at 59c, 500 lbs at 85c; bales, $3.60. . . 723 60 

Frank & Bryce, Montreal: book binders, 822.56; black thread, 865.40; thread, 45 lbs at 

$2.80; 63 lbs at S3.2S; 42 lbs at $3.65. 15 lbs at $2.92; less discount, $113.02 504 68 

Frothingham & Workman, .Montreal: angle steel, 290 lbs at $3.85 per cwt; glass, 2 boxes at 

$655; iron, 1,760 lbs at $2.95 per cwt, at sundry prices, $30.25; steel, 956 lbs at 85.25 per cwt; 

sundry supplies, $42.36 198 97 

Galibert, C. & Son Co., Montreal, Columbia calf, 925 lbs at 50c 462 51 

Garland, John M., Son & Co., Ottaw-a: bandana handkerchiefs, 50 doz at 70c; overcoating, 

40 yds at $1.85; tweed, 105 yds at $1.62 279 10 

Grand Trunk Railway System, freight. 79 50 

Green, S., Kingston: beef, 99,398 lbs at $8.75 per cwt; liver, 15,512 lbs. at 7c; sausage, 17,958 

lbs at 9c; suet, 134 lbs at 12Jc 11,416 13 

Guillet, E. & Sons Co., Marieville: beaver khaki hats, 6 doz at 822.50; harvesters' hats, 

50 doz at 92|c; less discount, 84.54 176 71 

Harris Abattoir Co., Toronto: liver, 669 lbs at 7c; sausage, 375 lb at 8§c, 375 lb at 9^c 114 34 

Hodgson, Summer & Co., Montreal: cottonade, 106} yd. at 24jc; gloves, 3 doz at $3.75; 

lining 1155- yd at 12fc; mufflers, 7 T V doz. at $2.75; ties, 12 doz. at $1.25; top shirts, 6 

doz. at 84.95, 6 doz. at $5.25, 12 doz. at $6.50; tweed, 250J- at 85c '. . . . 439 44 

Hopkins, F. H. & Co., Montreal: derrick (capacity, 2 ton) with iron work ropes and timber 

$378; less freight, $21.75 356 25 

Carried forward 136, 886 60 



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Kingston Penitentiary Continued. PCnitender de Kingston Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 136,886 60 

Miscellaneous Expenses- — Continued Depensi dive) i s u i ( < • . 

Imperial Oil Co., Kingston: engine oil, 44-5 gal at 35|i gasoline, 65 gal. at 33c, lo gal. at 
3 !c . 40 gals at 31c; royalite, 136-3 gal. a1 16c . 96 6 gal at 13Ji undry small supplies 

$30.10 117 80 

Internment Operations, Ottawa: brace 12 doz ai (2.25; handkerchiefs, 10 (Id/,, at 55c; yarn 

(2 ply, 36 lb a( 60c 51 10 

Jackson Press, Kingston; envelope . [0,000 at S1.25 per M, 14,000 i 50 indry .small 

supplies, $11.60 59 10 

Jacobi, Philip, Toronto: duck, 117. yd at 22c ; well leather, 51 lbs at 63c; sundry small sup- 
plies, 846.90 in,; 83 
Kelly, W. !•'., Oil I ',,., Kingston; eylindei oil, 142 gal at 47$c; 51 gal. a( 57|c ; engine oil, 93 
gal. at 39ic, 44' gal. at 41jC, 51 gal. at 45c; machine oil, 16 gal. at 30c; road oil, 260 gal. 

at lljc; sundry small supplides. $20.51 239 15 

Kingston, Hosiery Co., Kingston, shirts and drawers, 6 doz. at $3.25, 12£ doz at 55.25 ... 85 13 

Kingston Orphans' Home, maintenance of < -layton Bidford to March 22, 1916 at $6 per in 63 00 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Montreal, flour, 620 bags at $2.75, 600 bags at $3.80, 600 bags 

at $4.30 ..... ... 0,565 00 

Laporte, Martin, Ltd., Montreal, molasses, 183 gal > ! 50c ill 50 

Leonard Bros., Montreal, skinless cod, 20 cases at $10... ... 200 00 

Leonard, E. & Sons, London, babbit (100 ll.s i 

Lever Bros., Toronto: castile soap, 100 cases at $3.50; home soap, 40 boxes at. $2.25 440 00 

Lymans, Ltd., Montreal: alcohol, 5 gal. at -> able, $15; instrument table, $13.32; 

wash basins, 2 a1 $8; surgical suppl ,$273 i duty, $4.20 352 39 

McFarlane, Son & Hodgson, Montreal: paper, 20 reams at $4.20; less discount, $1.6f 82 32 

McGall, Jack, Kingston, subscriptions to various magazines 103 00 

McGeein, Mrs W., Portsmouth, nursing female convict, 28 d. at $2 ., . 56 00 

Mclntyre Son & Co., Montreal: duck, 300 yds at 25c, 400 yds at 13*c; packing. 50c; less 

discount, S5.16 124 34 

McKelvey & Birch. Kingston: bibbs. 3 at $13.75; fire bricks, 300 at 54 per h.; gate valve 
(screwed), $12.50; globe valves, 12 at SI, 12 at 88c; pipe, 12 ft. at SI. 50, 18 ft. at 50 

water taps, 24, $38; sundry small supplies, $102.21 260 92 

McKelvej & Son, Kingston; asbestos plaster, 20 bags at SI. 20; fire brick, 1000, S39; pick 
handles, 4 doz. at $2.75; waterproof hydraulic packing, 21 lbs at 50c; sundry small 

supplies, $16.28 . 100 78 

Maclean. A., Kingston: baric v. GOO I lis at 3Jc, at sundry prices, $15.80; beans, 4,200 lbs at $7.75 
per cwt., 1,005 lbs at S9. 1,970 lbs at $9.25; baking powder, 190 lbs at 16c. 60 lbs at 17c; 
butter, 540 lbs at 44c, 593 lbs at 41c. 521 lbs at 32c, 4*3 lbs at 29c: cassia. 52 lbs at 22c, 
40 lbs at 25c. 92 lbs at 30c.: cheese. 1 is lbs, $22.27: coffee, 150 lbs al 23c, 100 lbs at 24c; 
cornmeal, 400 lbs at $3.30 per cwt., 600 lbs at $3.35, 500 lbs at $3; currants, 233 lbs at 
at ll'.c, 200 lb. at 145c 250 lb. at 15c; eggs, 225 doz. at 28c, 195 doz. at 29c., 171 doz. 
at 40c, 156 doz. at 41c; evaporated apple-. 1,5 in Ih at c<. 1,200 lb at 9fc, 1200 lb at 
lljc; fish, son lbs. at ll'.c. 280 lbs at 13c; lard, 500 lb. at 14c. 1,000 lb. at. 161c, 960 lb. 
at 17*c, 300 lb. at 21c, 600 lb. at 22c; mustard. 137 lb.. $21.52; peas. 1,000 lbs at S5.10 
per cwt., 1,000 lbs at $5.25,600 lb. at $5. 90, 1,1001b. at $0.50; pepper. 286 lbs at 21c; pickles, 
75 gal., at. 42c; potatoes, 1m.:;,', bags at $1.80, 14 bbls at $3.85, 141-fj bbls at $2; prunes, 
550 lb. at 12c, 250 lb. at lHc. 700 lb at lOJc, 625 at. 9".c; raisins, 294 lb. at. 10c, 360 lbs 
at 9ic, 150 lb. at 14c; rice. 3.000 lb. at. S4.3S per cwt.., 500 lb. at $4.25, 1800 lb. at. $4.28; 
rolled oats, 5 bags at. 2.75. 4 bags at $3.75; salt (fine), 30 bbl. at $1.45, 10 bbl. at 81. ,50, 
15 bbl. at $1.70, 15 bbls at S1.75; salt (coarse), 10 sacks at 80c. 20 sack, at si , 20 sacks 
at 90c ; soda, 1,875 lbs at $1.65 per cwt.; sugar (granulated), 200 lb. at $8 per cwt., 400 lb 
at $7.45, 300 lb. at $7.30, 3001b. at $6.75; sugar (yi [low . 50 bags at $6.60. 100 bags at 86.90, 
80 bags at $7, 80 bags at $7.05, 140 hat:- ai s7 75: tea. :;oo II,- :u 28c, 1076 lbs, at 24c; 
tomatoes, 12 doz. at $1, 24 doz. at $1.20, 30 doz. at $1.30; tobacco. 40 lb. at 53c, 43 lb at 
55c; vinegar, 208 gal. at lSJc. 89 gal. at 19c, 239 gal. at 21'.c. 11 gal. at. 25c; sundry 

small supplies. $117.13 8,902 37 

Macnee & Minnes. Kingston: buckles, 27 pro. at 40c, 9 gro. at 45c; buttons, at sundrv prices, 
S106.38; braces. 12 doz. at. $3. 12 doz. at $2.85; canvas, 213 vds at 131c. 2S3 vds at 16 
1435 yds at lsjc, 294 vds at 205c; crash, 1.000 yds at. 15c; cotton hose, 6 doz. at $2.25; 
denim., 117; yd. at 30c; drill, 644J yd. at 145c 1835 yd. at 12'.c. at sundrv prices, $37.35 
duck, 134 yds at 27c., 140 yds at 29c: flannel shirts, \ doz. at $5.50: flannel. 65 vds at 
181c; haircloth, 147j yds at 25c: handkerchiefs. 51 doz., $24.80; holland, 229; vd- at 
275c 1S5J yd. at 25c; Italian, 156 yds at 45c 30 5 ds at 55 .. 5 yd. at 60c; lining, 13s', 
• 15c. 1275 yds at. 18|c, 129 yds at 19?-' . 15s yds at 25c; mitts. 4 doz., $19.75; p id- 
ding, 45 yds at 27^c; rubber tissue. 9 lb., $14.75; silesia, 162 yds at 15c. 225 yds at IsV , 
els at 225c.; spools, 5 gro. at $5.98, 19 gro. at $7.03; ties. 7 doz. at $2.25; suiting, 1 18 
yds at 25c; tweed, 206-J yds at, 40c, 27 yds at 45c; towelling. 47 vds at 25c; wadding, 

100 yds at 25c; sundry small supplies, S83.S5 1,773 16 

Manville Hardware Co., Prince Albert, seamless sacks, 621 at 29c 180 09 

Carried forward 156, 918 58 

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Kingston Penitentiary— Continued— Pfnltenrier de Kingston— Suite. S cts. 

Brought forward 156,918 58 

Miscellaneous Expenses Continued — Depenses diverses. — Suite. 

Marlatt & Armstrong Co., Montreal: binders' cloth, 4 rolls at $5.50; bristles', 1 lb., $24; 

chrome box kip, 411H lbs at 28c, 331 lbs at 30c, 683$ lbs at 42c; duck, 131$ yds at 25c; 

russet sheep. 5$4 doz. at $9: Spanish, 2,070 lbs at 36c, 2,024 lbs at 42c, 620 lbs at 43c, 

2,015 lbs at 56c; tan calf, 397} lbs at 70c; wax uppers, 556 lbs at 68c; welt shoulders, 

55 lbs at. 55c; sundry small supplies, $46.47 4,358 27 

Moore, Luke, F., Montreal, tweed, 325J yds at $1.15 374 32 

Morrison, James, Brass Mfg. Co., Toronto: revolution counter, $31.30; pressure reducing 

valve, $39 70 30 

Morrow, John, Screw & Nut Co., Ingersoll: cap screws, 810 at $5.30 per h., 298 at $8.25, 842 

at $13; steel studs, 430 at $15 per h. less freight, 92c, less discount, $16.12 224 44 

Morton, David <fe Sons, Hamilton, laundry soap, 2,030 lbs at 5|c 116 73 

Murton, G. F. Portsmouth, milk, 12 gal. at 36c, 2121 gal. at 28c 598 20 

Newman, H. W., Electric Co., Kingston: Mazda lamps 200 at 25c; frosted bulbs, 10 at 60c; 

sundry electrical supplies, $5.50 61 50 

Northern Aluminum Co., Pittsburgh, sheet, aluminum, 99$ lbs at 75c 74 63 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: cable, rubber insulated, 1339 ft at $1.11; conduct pipe 

(galv.), 990 ft. at $27-94 per ('.; reels. 2 at $15, 2 at SO; switches. 36 at 87c; Tungsten 

lamps, 400 at $22.60 per C; sundry electrical supplies, $1,004.23; less reels returned 

$46.69 2,884 16 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Montreal: flour, 300 bbls at $8.25; rolled oats, 62 bbls at $4.90, 37$ 

bbls at $5.80. 37$ bbls at $6.70; less freight, $117.60 3, 129 95 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, care of mentally diseased prisoners at $5 per week 6,550 00 

Oxford Manufacturing Co., Oxford: khaki, 679* vds at $1.55; tweed, 814$ vds at $1.75 2.47S 60 

Parkhill, J. Y. & Co., Kingston: onions. 4 baskets at $2.25; potatoes. 223} bags at $1.80, 80| 

bags at $1.90, 26J bag at $1.50, 24 bbls at $4.50, 31 bbls at $4, 63 bbls at $5; tomatoes, 

60 dozen at $1.25 1.225 51 

Pattinson, Geo. & Co., Preston: overcoating, 171 } yds at $1.25; bales, $1 215 69 

Peck, John W. & Co., Montreal: discharge caps, 6 doz. at $4.50; fur banded caps, 7$$ doz. at 

$4.85 65 40 

Pedlar People, Ltd., Oshawa: cove, 2S8 ft. at 7$c; moulding. 272 ft. at 4c; sundry hard- 
ware, $117.14 149 62 

Peiler, H. L. & ( !o., Montreal: automatic pressure controlling apparatus. $85; Coppus blowers, 

2 at $195; installing blowers and automatic control, $15 520 00 

Peters, Wm. P., Kingston: bran, 2,500 lb., $34.25; corn, 400 bush, at $1.30; flour, 60 bags at 

$2.90; potatoes, 10 bush, at $1.60; rolled oats, 8 sacks at $2.90, 5 sacks at $3.75; sundry 

small supplies. $4.74 790 94 

Poison, N. C. & Co., Kingston: olive oil, 5 gal. at $2.75; sal soda, 7,500 lb. at $1.20 per cwt.; 

sundry supplies. $50.53 154 28 

Prescott Emery Wheel Co., Prescott: emery wheels, 15, $74.03; sundry small supplies, $6 — 80 03 • 

Prince Albert Fruit Co., Prince Albert: potatoes, 755 bush, at $1.10; false flooring, $10 840 50 

Prizes for rifle and revolver competitions 50 00 

Prowse, Geo. R., Range Co., Montreal, steel plate range and shelf with steel linings 120 00 

Ramsay, A. & Son, Co., Montreal: boiled oil, 42$ gal. at 90c, 42" gal. at $1.19'.; imperial green, 

100 lb. at 13c; turpentine,,43| gal. at 79c; white lead, 2,000 lb. at $13.73 per cwt 410 99 

Revel], Thos., Odessa: lumber, 744 ft. at $35 per M, 375 ft. at $50; sundry lumber, $18.96. ... 63 75 

Robertson, James, Co., Montreal: babbitt, 50$ lb. at 42c; branch tees, 6 at $4, 1, $25.59; 

black-tin, 57$ lb. at 48c; Canada plate, 4 boxes at $5; elbows, 2, $23.20; valves, 7, $109.05; 

galv. iron, 335 lb. at $7.20 per cwt., 863 lb. at $6.25, 698 lb. at $5.50; pipe, 1,2111 ft., $503.67; 

tinned iron, 325 lb. at 15.75 per cwt.; wash tub, $17.50; sundry small supplies. $81.28; 

less discount, $19.19 1,001 46 

Rolland Paper Co., Montreal: envelopes, 10 M at $2.50; note paper, 38 rms at $3.20, 181 ran at 

$3.60, 20 rms. at $4.56, 4 rms. at $4.88, at sundry prices, $148.78; monogram, 20 mi. at $2.70 525 80 

Roseboom, W. L. & Co., Chicago: broom corn, 2,032 lb. at $184 per ton, 2,051 lb. at S200, 

2,022 lb. at $274.18; sundry supplies, $7.56; freight, $14.54 691 34 

Ross, Geo. D. & Co., Montreal: underwear, 754 doz. at $6.05; sundry small supplies, $2.96; 

less discount, $5.74 454 00 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary: blankets. 17 pr. at $2.55. 50 pr. at $3.40, 33 pr. at $3.60; 

buttons, $2.45; hair seal caps, 20 at $3.39, 4 at $3.60; Persian lamb caps, 3 at $10.52 448 36 

Sargent, T. H., Kingston, sundry drug supplies 64 35 

Saskatchewan Penitentiary: oats, 1,659 bush at 52c; potatoes, 1,435 bush, at 40c 1,436 63 

Scully, Wm., Montreal: buttons, 12 gr. at $3; gilt braid, 50 yd. at 40c; raincoat, $17.50; 

sundry supplies. $21.02 94 52 

Selby & Youlden, Kingston: boiler fronts, 3 at $100; brass flanges, 36 lb. at 35c; door liners, 

410 at $4 per C; flat iron, 300 lb. at 5c, 392 lb. at 6c; pipe, 623 lb. at 4c; labour, 77.h. at 

60c, 32 h. at 75c, 16 h. at 40c; sundry small supplies, $39.23 508 27 

Simmers, J. A., Toronto: sundry seed supplies, $57.81; less discount, $4.93 52 88 

Simmons Bros., Kingston: black pipe, 617$ ft., $58.78; bushings, elbows and union, $39.67; galv. 

boiler, $22.50; rubber packing, 55 lb. at 65c; valve disks, 96 lb. at lie; sundry small 

supplies, $83.93 251 19 

Carried forward 188, 055 27 



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Kingston Penitentiary — Concluded. — Plnltencler de Kingstion— 1 in. $ c ts. 

Brought forward ) - 

Miscellaneous Expenses Concluded Dipensi i diver'ses. — Fin. 

Simpson, Joseph, Sons, Toronto: shirts and drawers, urn doz. at 14.05; cases, $6.75; I 

teaming, 49c 411 26 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Kingston; machines, 2 al $36.80 need! 100 pkg 

patching machine, $48; sundry small supplies, $46.12 179 72 

Sisters of Charity, Kingston; maintenance of prisoner, :)■; v. at $30; beads, 2,000 at 20i perl 116 50 

Slingsby Manufacturing Co., Brantford: blankets, 144 lb. at 72§c; bales, 75c 105 15 

Smith's Falls Malleable Casting Co., Smith's Fails; angle plates, 2,649 lb. a 

15.755 lb. at ">V 1,012 25 

Sowards, James, Coal Co., Kingston, stovi i I, 100 tons, 1,770 lb. at. $6. 15 per ton 620 11 

Star Expansion Bolts, Montreal: bolts with nuts and shields, 852 al $38.25 perl !., 827 at $25.75; 

screws, 459 al $18,511 per C: hanger screws, 45n n ; ss discount, $10.77 726 62 

Swift.. las. & Co., Kingston, smithing coal, 7 tons, 51 2 lb. at $6 25 per ton, 6 tons, 1,9001b 

6 tons, 1,250 lb. at $9.75 . . 165 55 

Taylor, John & Co., Toronto: soap, 33 $3.42; laundry soap, 2,040 lb. at 6c 

etective Service Co., Montreal, detective services 

\ alley I lamp I loal ( !o., < lleveland: slack coal, 3,319 tons, 47n lb. at $3 per ton, 1,106 to 

1.7011 lb. at $4.12; lump coal, 163 tons, 400 lb. at >l 15,170 72 

Waldron's, King-ton: dress goods, 10 yd. at60c; linen, 82 yd. at 20c; sundry small supplies, 

$53 37 «3 77 

Wathen, E. E., Kingston: elm and oak, 4,371 ft at $25 per M, 2,350 ft. at $28; bassw 1, 1,500 

ft. at $31 r M 

Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Montreal, flour, 300 br] at $5.45 1,635 00 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., Toronto, lathe chuck 55 00 

Wilson Munroe Co., Toronto: black cloth, 4 rolls at $5; marble board, in bundles at $3.50; 

sundry small supplies, $14.50 69 50 

Whiting, J. L., Kingston, legal services 20 00 

Officers' guarantee insurance premium, 12 m. to Mar., 1917 L' 1 00 

Department of Public Printing and Stationerj : printing, $206.81; stationery, $210 03 416 84 

Sundry small accounts under $50 1,745 08 

Thos. D. Minnes, accountant, disbursements ($4,396.67) — 

1 lischarge allowance to convicts 2,927 10 

Customs duty and war tax, $55.52; ear tickets. $32.55; express, $58.30; freight, $182.94; 
postage. $270; subscriptions, $17. all; sand. $163.80; potatoes, $70.63; telephone 
messages, $24.43; telegrams, $18.83; unloading cement, Hour, etc.. $41.60; sundry 

supplies. $81.92 '. 1,018 02 

Travelling expenses of otlirers .45155 

216,915 22 
l.r.ss Salaries of substitutes charged to War Vote 2.100 00 



214,815 22 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary— Plnitencier tie Saint-Vincent-de-Paul. 

s of Staff— Salaires du personnel (,$79,174.70). 

G. S. Male-part, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 2, si u 

W. H. Russell, deputy warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

.1. A. I'ominville, surgeon, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,700 00 

Rev. J. Rollit. Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Rev. A. Martin, Roman Catholic chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 
Accountants: II. C. Fatt, 4 m. to July 31, 1917, $481.71; T. C. Wilkinson, Sept. 1 to 30, 1917, 

$159.14; J. J. Nolan, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $616.67 1,257 52 

Clerical as.-istants, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: .1. 1). Fitzgibbon, $1,200; G. J. Reneault. $1,200 

A. Prefontaine, $1,200; D. J. Bahen, $556.67; E. Garceau, $559.13 4,715 80 

E. Jobin, steward, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Assistant stewards: \V. Aube, $900; M. Bermingham, $900 1,800 00 

D. O'Shea, hospital nurse, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,000 00 

Assistant hospital nurses: J. A. Lebrun, $425; O. R. de Cotret, $329.82 751 82 

E. Champagne, engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,300 00 

Assistant engineers: A. P. Chateauvert, $1,000; A. J. Greene, $1,000; P. Fafard. $293.41; 

J. Lauzon, $558.36 2,851 77 

Chief trade instructor, J. J. Kane, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1, 190 00 

Industrial guards: 9 at S1,000, V. Bisson, V. Lortie, W. Prevost, J. E. Pepin, J. Latour, F. X. 

Godin, A. Segouin, I. Galarneau, R. I.esage; J. Archambault, $900 9,900 00 

1 i lermont, chief keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

A. Desjardins. chief watchman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Watchmen at $900 (16) 

Firemen: E. Lamer, $900; A. Jubinville, $-800 1,70000 

Guards at $800 (51) .... 34,282 47 

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St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary — Continued. $ cts. 

Penitencier de Saint-Yincent-de-Panl — Suite. 

Brought forward 79, 174 70 

Gratuities — Gratifications ($906.67). 

F. Desormeau, guard, service, 15 y., 8 m % . 877 75 

A. Labonte, watchman, service. 2 y., 9 m., 8 d., $103.92; less one month's salary, $75 28 92 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Depenscs diverses (ttl2,H1.85). 

Acme Glove Works, Montreal: gloves, 5 pr., S7.81; l T "j doz. pr. at $15; mitts, 1 pr. at $2, 

5rV doz. at $13.50; less discount, 7c 99 62 

Alexander, J. W., Mascouche, potatoes, 31 bags at S2.50 77 50 

Amherst Woolen Mills, Truro; drawers, 70 doz. at $10; shirts, 70 doz. at $10; less freight, 

S18.05; less discount, $28 1,353 95 

Auclair, Hercule, St. Vincent de Paul, milk, 1.859} gal. at 28c ' 520 63 

Babcock & Wilcox, Montreal: grate bars, 2 sets at $125; 1 tube cleaner, $90; sundry hardware, 

$19.22; less express, 35e 358 87 

Baile, Andrew, Montreal, coal, 1,166-45 tons at $4.55, 52-4 tons at S5.35 5,587 70 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto: black calf, 63, ft. at 50c; bristles, 1 lb., SIS. 50; brown duck, 
53} yd. at 30c; cloth, 116 yd. at 30c; harness leather, 5S lb. at 52c; hubbal, 2 gr. at $6; 
leather belting, 40 ft. at $1.73, 130 ft. at $1.45, 100 ft. at 44c; rein, leather, 31J lb. at 65c; 

welt leather, 58 lb. at 65c; sundry small supplies, $44.33 547 40 

Belding Paul Corticelli, Montreal: silk thread, 2 boxes at $4.60, 5| boxes at $5, 1 box, $5.40, 
lVl boxes at $5.50. H boxes at $6.15, 2 boxes at $10.50; 2 boxes at $11.25, 3 boxes at $11.50; 

twist, 2 boxes at $8.65; postage. 79c; extra for dyeing, 85c; less discount, $25.84 122 95 

Bisson, Maison C, St. Vincent de Paul: cement, 258 brl. at $1.85, 145| brl. at $1.91, 187J brl. 
at $2.37; eggs, 6S doz. at 30c, 69 doz. at 35c, 30 doz. at 40c, 8 doz. at 42c, 8 doz. at 45c, 
34 doz. at 50c; gasoline, 10 gal. at 35c, 5 gal. at 38c, 15 gal. at 40c; oil, 10 gal. at $1.25; 
salt, 125 bags at S2'c; sundry small supplies, $124.09; less discount, S9.3S; less barrels 

returned, $20.18 : - • 1,501 66 

Boilcau, L. J. and Rev. Hermenegilde Bastien, house and lot on north east side of St. Francis 

Road 3, 500 00 

Caldwell, Boyd & Co., Lanark: casing, $1; freight, $1.36; tweed, 252J- yd. at $1 254 86 

Canada Paint Co., Montreal: carriage varnish, 5 gal. at $1.10, 10 gal. at SI. 30; finishing varnish, 
5 gal. at $2; Imperial green, 200 lb. at ll}c; putty, 800 lb. at $2.55 per cwt., 1,595 lb. at 

$2.35; sundry small supplies, $25.07; less freight, 35c 133 60 

Canadian Asbestos Co., Montreal: asbestos, 530 lb. at 12c; less freight, 81c 62 79 

Canadian Cottons, Ltd., Montreal: denim, 1,915} yd. at 25c; shirting, 1,036} yd. at 16£c, 

l,026£yd. at 20c; baling, $2.45; less discount, $18.31 839 31 

Canadian Fire Hose Company, Montreal: hose, 150 ft. at 20Jc, 50 ft. at 22c; rubber packing, 

28 lb. at 30c, 18| lb. at 60c, 33| lb. at 65c; sundry small supplies, $10.24 94 93 

Canadian General Electric Co., Montreal: sundrv electrical supplies, S293; express, $1.01 294 01 

Canadian Locomotive Co., Kingston: cooking kettle, $203; -less freight, $2.76 200 24 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: blasting powder, 6 kegs at S2.75; cabinet butts, 6 doz. 
at $2.50; car bolts, 800, $12.94; cartridges, 1J M at $56.30, 2 M at $19.75; emery cloth, 
1 ream, $2S.50; files, 15, $31.11; gal v. iron, 2,146 lb. at $5.90 per 100 lb.; glass, 600 ft., 
$56.80; glue, 107 lb. at 25c; manilla rope, 71 lb. at 22c; nails, 5 kegs at S4.80, 5 kegs at 
$4.75, 5 kegs at $4.70; scales, $37; screws, 164 gross, $186.02; steel. 882 lb., $47.07; spiral 
packing, 24} lb. at 45c; tinned iron, 5S0 lb. at $15.50 per 100 lb., 751 lb., $16.12; wardrobe 
locks, 2 doz. at $8.30; sundrv small hardware, S179.55; less discount, $167.95; less freight, 

$2.72 937 76 

Century Coal and Coke Co., Montreal: coal, 400-447 tons at $10.25; 259-375 tons at $11.25. . . . 7,022 56 
Chaput, Fils & Cie, Montreal: beans, 3,000 lb. at $6.50 per 60 lb., 2,970 lb. at $7; butter, 227 lb. 
at 43^c; currants, 72 lb. at 13c, 100 lb. at 13|c; pepper, 100 lb. at 33c; rice, 10 bags at 
$4.30; salmon, 4 doz. tins, $10.50; sugar, 2 bags at $7.88; tea, 573 lb. at 22c; tobacco, 

144 lb. at 51c; sundry groceries, $86.53 1, 181 40 

Chartrand, Pierre, St. Vincent de Paul, sand, 126 tons at 80c, 261 tons at 90c 335 70 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works: combination steel tank, $5,660; less freight, SI. 12; less salaries 

of guards, $128.76 : 5, 530 12 

Cummings & Cummings, Montreal: Persian lamb skins, 10 at $10; seal skins, 12 at $6.50; 

postage, 17c 1'8 17 

Darling Bros., Montreal: Burnham boiler feed pump ($8J s5h 10), $198; lubricators, 2 at $22 242 00 

Davidson, Thos., M'f'g. Co., Montreal, colonial mugs, 41| doz at $1.38 57 50 

Davies, Wm. Co., Montreal, lard, 600 lb, at 23|c 141 00 

Dawson & Co., Montreal, sundry electrical supplies 186 16 

Dillons, Ltd., Montreal: chip soap, 2,570 lb. at 7$c; disinfectant, 80 gal. at 45c, 80 gal. at 

50c, sundry small supplies, $5.72 274 47 

Dominion Linens, Guelph: crash, 509 yd. at 14c; freight, 77c r 72 03 

Dominion Textile Co., Montreal: freight, 70c; sheeting, 1,030} yd at 13Jc; baling, $1 136 98 

Dorchester Penitentiary, prison cloth, 140} yd. at $1.41 198 46 

Duncan, John, & Co., Montreal, tea, 300 1b. at 25c 75 00 

Carried forward 112, 200 70 



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St. Vincent de 1'aul Penltentlarj Continued. 
Penltencier de Salnt-Vlncent-de-PauJ Suite. 

Brought forward 112, 200 70 

Miscellaneous Expenset Continued D pei es diverst Suite. 

Duval, W. P., Montreal: manure, 30 carl Is at $15; less freight, $2.25 447 75 

Eastern I, men Mills, Dorchester crash, 988j yd at I lc; freight, $1.68; less discount, $'-'.77 i , 10 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Hull: toilet paper, 10 case at $12.10; less discount, S20fi.:i(l; less freight, 83.12 274 58 

Fitzgibbon, Ltd., Montreal, blue serge, 17 yd, at $3.75 63 75 

Fleischmann Co., Montreal, yeast, 212 lb. at 30c 63 60 

Forbes, R., I lo., Hespeler: grey yarn, 300 lb. at 59c, I lb. at 65c, 300 lb. at 856.; baling, 

$2.40 629 Hi 

Forest, Dr. G. A., Montreal: 1 calf, $8; sows, 8 at $8 7.' on 
I rank & Bryce, Montreal: thread, 6 lb. at 85c, 15 lb. at 96c, 12 lb. at $1.39, 4s II,. at $1.70, 

7 lb. at, $1.92, 24 lb. at $2.4.5, 30 lb. at $2 80; age, 8c : le - discount, $50.41 223 69 

Frothingham & Workman, Montreal- bolts, 3,200, $54 73; bread cutting machine, $20.7.5, 

bullseve lanterns, tint $2.30; I 'anac la plate, 5 boxes at $7.50; cupboard turns, 2 doz . at %l 

coal screen, (135' \ 4' 0">, $210.21: die-, il sets at $6; emery cloth, 1 ream, $35.75; emery 
wheels, :; at $7.60; files, 46 doz., 8233.80; I grinder, $25: glue, 100 lb. at 24c, lutl lb. at 
lite.; adjustable bar folder, s.-in.. "iti. n,.n. 121 II... slii.'.i'i; kettle ear-, 110 lb. at 28c; locks, 
4 doz., $l!i.45; 1 beading machine, 529.75; 1 large burring machine, $16.45; 1 small, 
turning machine, $17.85; malleable eat -. 543 at 28c; manilla rope, 56 lb. at 22', metal 
polish, 48 gal. at, $1; mica, 12 sheet.- at $2.45; nails, 32 kegs, $141.16, 100 lb., $14.60; pad- 
locks, 1 doz., $24.4(1; pads green, 2IIII ll>. at SID. 05 per 100 lb., razors, 1 doz., $14; rivets, 
12 M. at 94c; Imperial Standard scale, sis. 9.5; sandpaper. I reams, -823.05; screen netting 
4 rolls at, $5.03; screws, 65 gross, $19.60; shovels. 2 doz. at $8.10; scoops, 2 doz. at SS.15; 
1 doz., $10.6(1; cast, steel. 1S7 lb. at $10.35; per 100 lb., steel, 1,088 lb. $.51.57; steel shoe, 
rivets, 400 lb., $47.40; self-hardening steel, II', lb. at $3.25, i\ lb. at $3.50; tin, 3 bars at 
$9, 3 bars at $11, 3 bars at $11.20, 3 bars at $11 35, 3 bars at $12.85, 3 bars at $13.9.5; hav 
wire, 1,000 lb. at $4.95 per 100 lb.; sundry small hardware, $314 15; less discounts, $112.39 2,126 94 

Gagnon, Ulric, St-Vincent de Paul; coal, 2' ton at $9.50; hickory, 1J cord at $25 61,25 

Garland, John M., Son & Co., Ottawa: bandana handkerchiefs, 50 doz. at 70c.; tweed, 90 

yd. at $1.62 180 80 

( fault Brothers t o., Montreal: brown corkine, 173; vd- at $1.16; drawers, 65 doz. at $7.50, 74 

doz. at $12; freight, $4.13; undershirts, 55 doz, at $7.50, 64 doz. at $12 2,761 58 

Gillespies & Co., Montreal: freight, $10.17; muscavado sugar, 10,998 lb. at 5fc 642 56 

Gray, H. <fe Co., Montreal, cotton waste, 525 lb. at 17c 89 25 

CI u il let, E. & .Sons Co., Marieville: cowboy hats. 2'. doz at $22 50; straw hats, 50 doz. at 92 V.; 

less discount, $2.57 . . ,. 99 9:; 

Gunn, Langlois & Co., Montreal: butter, 2241b. at 33c; lard, 500 lb. at 16ic; less freight, 57c 155 85 

Gurnev-Massev Co., Montreal: John Bull range, $52.50; sundry small hardware, S9.50; less 

freight, $2.75 59 25 

Harris Construction Co., Montreal, Presto heater 440 00 

Hodgson, Summer & Co., Montreal: buttons, 100 gr., $1112.75; canvas, 330 yd. at 10c, 227 '< 
yd. at 15c, cotton, 128J yd. at life, 189$ yd. at 14V ; dink, 243 yd. at 65!c, 5H yd. 
at 90c; farmers satin, 490} yd at 3, \c. 92', yd. at 4.5c, 77} yd. at 50c; flannel, 234; yd. 
at 22Jc.; gingham, 165j yd. at 11! c; gloves, 11 doz. at $3.75; hair cloth, 99J yd. at. 21c; 
linen, 456 yd. at 50c; needles, 10 M. at $1.35; overcoating, 2511 yd. at 85c; padding, 
163! yd. at 25c; shirts, 10 doz. at $6.50; silcsia, 21)4 yd. at l.i'.c, 313 yd. at 14c, 255 yd. 
at 16c, 309 yd. at 18ic, 108 yd. at 21c; socks, 10 doz. pr. at $2.25; suspenders, 12 doz. 
at $2.50; thread, 40 gr. at $6.80; ties, 10 doz. at $1.25, 12 doz. at $2.25; tweed, 36 yd. at 
85c, 179 yd at 95c; wadding, 4 bales at, $6.2.5; sundry small supplies, $39.13. . 2,198 24 

Hospital Mont St. Jean de Dieu, maintenance of insane convicts, 149 wk. 4 d. at $5 per wk 747 86 

Horner, Frank W., Montreal, sundry drug supplies 108 52 

Imperial Oil Co. Ltd., Montreal: cylinder oil, 28 gal. at 48c; dynamo oil, 47 gal. at, 38c; 
engine oil, 43j gal. at 30ic 46 gal. at 32c; royalite, 41 i gal. at 12|c, 45J gal. at 15!c; 

sundry small supplies, $10.1.5; less discount, $1.21 80 44 

India Alkali Works, Boston: savogran, 3,243 lb. at Oic, 582 lb. at 8c; less discount, $2.67. . 254 80 

International Sea Moss Co., Isle Verte: sea moss, 4,395 lb at l|c, 2,310 lb. at, 2c 112 12 

Internment Operations, Ottawa: baskets, 2 doz. at $6; shirts, 8 doz. at $7.90; socks, 10 doz. 

at $2.50 1(10 20 

Kapuskasing Internment Camp: drawers, 25 doz. at .$6.15; shirts. 25 doz. at $6.15 307 50 

Kingston Penitentiary: brooms, 25 doz. at 84.29, 15 doz. at $4.62; sundry' books, .$62.28; 

tooth-brushes, 2 gr. at $16.50; sundry small snppli,-. $111.32 .. 312 15 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Montreal: flour, 500 bags at $4,324, 500 bags at $4.27i 4,3 10 

Lalonde, A., Montreal: potatoes, 612 bags at $1.S0; less freight, $25.62 1,075 98 

Laporte .Martin, Montreal: barley, 5 bags at $5; beans, 2,974 lb. at. S|c, 2,60s lb. at si i 
cloves, 50 lb. at 25c; cracker coin. 3 bag- at. S3. 7.5; currants, 14(1 lb. at ltiic, 100 lb. at 
ISc, 100 lb. at 20c; green peas, 972 lb. at 3}c, 1,041 lb. at 7ic; mola-,es, 7.53 gal. at 49c, 
729 gal. at 52c, 1.5S6 gal. at 53c; rice, 20 bags at, $4.10, 10 bags at $4.25; salmon. 1 case, 
$6, 1 case, $9.60; 2 eases at $10.50; salt, 125 bags at $1.10; sugar, 3 bags at $7, 49 ba 
at $6.85; vinegar, 77 gal. at 24c; yellow peas, 580 lb. at 5Jc, 1,877 lb. at 6c; sundry 
small supplies, $52.86; less freight, $26.56 3,071 51 

Carried forward 133,399 50 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary— Continued. $ cts. 

Pfnitencier de Saint-Vincent-de-Paul— Suite. 

Brought forward 133, 399 50 

Miscellaneous expenses — Continued — Dipenses diverses — Suite. 

Legris, A., Terrebonne: sawdust, 420 bags at 4c; slab wood, 16 cords at $3 64 80 

Leonard Bros., Montreal: skinless cod, 300 lb. at 7c, 400 lb. at 9c, 200 lb. at 10c, 100 lb. 

at 12c 89 00 

Lever Brothers, Toronto, castile soap, 75 cases at S3. 50 262 50 

Lewis Bros., Montreal: cast steel, 143 lb. at S8.60; per 100 lb.; soft steel, 2,012 lb. at S3. 30 

per 100 lb.; wire cloth, 101$ ft. at 39fc; sundry small supplies, $9.58; less discount, 81c. 127 82 

Librairie Beauchemin. Montreal, sundry books 80 60 

Lymans, Ltd., Montreal: cod. liver oil, 4 gal. at $4, 2 gal. at $5; express, 35c; insurance, 12c; 

postage, 54c; sulphurated potash, 20 lb. at S1.75; sundry drug supplies, S325.62 387 63 

Macnee & Minnes, Kingston: duck, 200 yd. at 26$c; flannel, 50 yd. at 40c 73 00 

Major Manufacturing Co., Montreal, wire enclosures for new kitchen for penitentiary 868 00 

Marien, Amedee, Dr., medical services rendered 50 00 

Marlatt & Armstrong Co., Montreal: box calf, 3S5 ft. at 45c, 72 ft. at 5Sc; box kip, 619} ft. - 
at 28c, 647 ft. at 35c, 522} ft. at 38c; buffing, 126 ft. at 17c. 125 ft. at 20c, cowhide, 530 
lb. at 75c; duck, 63| yd. at 17$c, 67$ yd. at 25c; glazed kid, 48} ft. at 40c; harness 
leather, 97$ lb. at 53c; leatherette, 35 yd. at 98c; mohair laces, 12 gr. at $1.75; morocco, 
$ doz. at S60; oak welt shoulders, 62 lb. at 53c; roans, 111} ft. at 16c; russet calf, 357 ft. 
at 70c; russet collar, 53J ft. at 35c; russet sheep, 10 doz. at $23; Spanish sole, 2,126 lb. 
at 40c, 2,032 lb. at 47c; white raw hide, 34$ lb. at SI. 07; sundrv small supplies, S17.50. . 3,830 98 

Matthews, Ltd., Montreal: butter, 224 lb. at 30$c, 224 lb. at 45c; lard, 600 lb. at 21}c • 299 62 

Matthews-Blackwell, Montreal: beef, 65,352 lb. at 9}c; beef livers, 731 lb. at 6c, 8,252 lb. 
at 7c, 691 lb. at 8c; bologna, 4,572 lb. at 8c, 584 lb. at 9$c, 613 lb. at 10$c; butter, 224 
lb. at 30c, 224 lb. at 38c; lard, 300 lb. at 17c; 600 lb. at 17$c, 600 lb. at 20c; mutton, 
2,399$ lb. at 10c; pork, 10 brl. at $40.50; 10 brl. at $45; sausage, 5,640 lb. at S$c, 180 

lb. at 9c, 1,7111b. at 10$c, 582 lb. at lie, 660 lb. at 12$c; less express, 39c 9,552 18 

McCordick, F. C, St. Catherines: laces, 12 gr. at $5; less freTght, $1.03 58 97 

McEwen, Cameron, Wait, Montreal: cod liver oil, 2 gal. at $6.50; sundrv drug supplies, $58.01; 

less freight, $1.10 69 91 

McLennan Lumber Co., Montreal, pine sidings, 18,380 ft. at. $35 per M 643 30 

Meakins Brush Co., Montreal: sundry brushes, S64.83; less freight, $1.36 63 47 

Moody, J. H., Terrebonne: potatoes, 137$ bags at SI. 50; 76 bags at $1.75; 100 bags at S2.50. . 589 25 

Moody, Matthew, & Sons Co., Terrebonne: plow, $13.50; potato digging machine, $75; 

rake, $31; sundry small supplies, $27.89 147 39 

Moore, Luke F., Montreal, tweed, 236$ yd. at $1.15 271 97 

National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Montreal, sundrv drug supplies 53 44 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: lead-covered cable, 500 ft. at 45-9c, 500 ft. at 2S$c, 500 ft. 
at 39}c, 500 ft. at $459.28 per M, 500 ft. at $156.81 per M, 500 ft. at $73.74 per M; rubber 
cable, 500 ft. at 27c, 500 ft. at 58c; paper-covered cable, 500 ft. at Sc; telephone cable, 
250 ft. at 18c.; copper wire, 20 lb. at 36c, 25 lb. at 37c, 153 lb. at 38c; voltmeter model 
type range, S48.45; 500—6 ways multiple vitrified conduit, 3,009 ft. at 9c, 2,250 ft. at 
9|c; sundry electrical supplies, $1,886.50; less discount, $1.35; less freight, $6.73; less reels 

returned, $32.88 3,884 15 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Montreal: bran, 1 ton, $36; flour, 250 brl. at $5.40; rolled oats, 12$ 

brl. at $4.60, 12$ brl. at $4.96, 12$ brl. at $6.60 1,588 00 

O'Leary, W. J., & Co., Montreal, supplying new commutator, removing grounds, testing and 

adjusting armature of 50H.P. motor 528 00 

Oxford Manufacturing Co.: khaki; 222} yd. at, $1.55; prison cloth, 1,935| yd. at $1.75 3,731 85 

Page Wire Fence Co., Montreal: iron fence, 141 ft., S184.45; less freight. $1.62 182 83 

Peck Rolling Mills, Montreal: iron, 2,359 lb. at $2.55 per 100 lb., 1,126 lb. at $2.65 per 100 lb., 
100 lb. at $2.80 per 100 lb., 100 lb. at S2.75 per 100 lb.; steel, 14,624 lb. at $2.90 per 100 lb., 

395 lb. at $2.95 per 100 lb., 322 lb. at S3. 10 per 100 lb., 12,677 lb. at $3.80 per 100 lb 1,022 97 

Phelan, F. E., Montreal: books, 106 at 50c; subscriptions to magazines, $41.65 94 65 

Pilkington Brothers, Montreal, glass 193 96 

Prevost, Emery - , St. Vincent de Paul: spruce, 1,812 ft. at $22 per M, 8,008 ft. at $23 per M. . . . 224 04 

Ramsay, A. & Son Co., Montreal: boiled oil, 45? gal. at 95}c, 40f gal. at 90c, 3S$ gal. at S1.03; 
glass, 300 ft. at S5.44 per 100 ft., 800 ft. at $5.67, 200 ft. at $6.14, 400 ft. at S6.39, 30 panes, 
$62.81; Imperial green, 200 lb. at 1S$C, 40 lb. at 20c; Indian red, 200 lb. at 15c; linseed 
oil, 41J gal. at $1.13; Japan, 10 gal. at $1.20, 10 gal. at $1.35; oil, 10 gal. at $1.45; putty, 
8001b. at S2.76 per 1001b.; raw sienna, 751b. at 19c; shellac, 5 gal. at SI. 75, 5 gal. at $1.90, 
5 gal. at $2.60; turpentine, 42$ gal. at 6Sc, 42$ gal. at 70c, 41| gal. at 71c, 42$ gal. at 76c; 
umber, 73 lb. at 18c; vermilion, 100 lb. at 23c, 100 lb. at 40c; carriage varnish, 25 gal. at 
$1.40; finishing varnish, 10 gal. at $2.25; white varnish, 5 gal. at $2; white lead, 2.000 lb. 
at $12.25 per 100 lb., 2,000 lb. at $12.70, 2,000 lb. at $13.61; sundry small supplies, $86.96; 

less discount, $26.24; less freight, $1.16 1,606 52 

Renfrew Textile Co.: khaki frieze, 60 yd. at S1.85; khaki overcoating, 48$ yd. at $1.85; baling, 

26c . 200 98 



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Pfnitcnrlcr de Saint-Vinccnt-de-Paiil— Fin. 



Brought torward 

Miscellant ous expe 



-Concluded- Dipeni i - diversi I 



Robertson, Farquhar, Montreal: coal, 35 45 tons at $4.78, 234 15 tons at $4 88, 555-1 tons at 
84.98, 80-1 tons at $5.30, 209-65 tons at $10, 218-6 tons at 810.50 

Robertson, James, Co., Montreal ba t, 53j ll> at 50c; babbit metal, 33 lb. at ''' 

branch tees, -I at $18.50; brass gate valves, 1, $19, I, $54, 1, $49.50; brass wire, 30J lb. at 
65c; boiler tubes, 216 ft. at 35c,; closet bowls, -I at $5; elbows, $115.98; galv. iroi 9 066 
lb. hi (i'.c, 501 lb. at 9c; globe valves, 12 ni 82.211, 12 at $2.80; joints, 3 at $6; lead, 550 lb. 
at v.,- , 539 lb at 9c, 500j lb at 9ic 505J lb. at I0}c, Kill lb. at 15c; pipe, $1,415.93; 
rubber sheet packing, 26 lb at68jc; spiral packing, 8} lb. at $2; steam gaugi ,6 
steam traps, 8 at MO 2at ?l I. I. -:•:; :;.".. 2 at >:'.7; stop cocks, 3 at $7.30; taps, $11.62; tees, 
$120.47; tin, 2 boxe- ■• ^,5, ;;.;■ it. ,.t 15c; tinsmith's wire, 1,0081b. at 3jc; wrenches, 

$15.82; sundrj small I Iware, $129.09; less freight and discount, $123 52 3,451 88 

Rosamond Woollen Co., Almonte: khaki, 265 yd. at $1.75; less discount, $9.28 

K...val IV lishes Co., Montreal, liquid p.. lish. 6 doz. tins at $15 90 00 

Russell, W. 11. . d. puty warden, allowance in lieu of official quarters, 9 m to Dec 31, 1916 450 mi 

Sadler* Haworth, Montreal: leather belting, 100 ft. at $1.44; less disi nt, $69.70 74 Mil 

Scully, Win., Montreal: cap badges, 84 at 30c . cap peak-. 6 doz at $2.50; khaki caps, 4 at 

$6.50; postage, 30c; sundry small supplies, $25.58.. .... 

Simpson, Joseph, Sons, Toronto: drawers, 9 doz. at $3.75; shirt , 9 doz at $3.75; casing, 75c. 68 25 

Spirit Lake Internment ( amp, uinlei wear, ID doz. at $d. (15 .... 60 50 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Montreal: lire brick, 4, mm at $50 per 1,000; fire clay, 
1 ton, $10, -96 ton at $10.50, 1 ton, $11, 1 ton, $20; -ewer pipe, 550 ft. at $1; less freight and 

discount, $279.80 52131 

St. Michael's Hospital, Mastai: expenses re escaped convict, $30; maintenance of ins 

eonviets, 237 \vk. at $5.. 1,215 00 

St. Lawrence Flour Mills < V., Montreal: flour, 305 brl. at $5.65, 610 bags at $3.85 4,071 75 

Talbot, Napol i, Isle Verte: potatoes, 724 bays at $2. mi: less freight, $71.61 1,810 79 

Taylor, .1. & J., Toronto, double division doors, 1 set 85 00 

Thorn, W. L., Oil Co., Montreal: cylinder oil, 50 gal. at 13c; engine oil, 92 gal at 33c 51 86 

Tremblay, F. & Co., Montreal: birch, 7,671 ft. at 5c; oak. 6,366 It at 9c; pine, 17,586 ft. at 

$32 50 per M.; spruce, l(l,4(i:i li at $29 all; less freight, $14.56 1,823 02 

Vaillancourt, J. A., Montreal: l.utti r, 224 lb. at 44..: lard, tii.ni 11.. at 2(i;.- 220 06 

Waterous Engine Works Co., I '.i ant ford, repairing ( )ompound McEwen engine 65 00 

Williams '& Wilson, Montreal: bolts, $15.50; Prescott grinder, $32; sundry small supplies, 

$27.89 75 39 

Officers' Guarantee Insurance, premium, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 24 00 

Sundry small accounts 1,322 08 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: printing, $304 26; stationer?. , $:-i!i(i.(i2 704 IS 

H. C. Fatt, accountant, disbursements ($2,35s.1m 

Discharge allowance to convicts (2241 1 , 37S 50 

Transferring convicts: W. II. Russell, $24.35; F. Clermont, $45.45; I). < 1'Shea, S30.85 ... 100 65 

( 'Hirers' travelling expenses, $15(1.25; rent of siding, year ending Sept. 30, 1(117, $11.54. . . 170 7(1 

Express, $79.56; freight, $341.53; internments, $22; lime burning, $12; postage, $141; 
subscriptions, $19.50; telegrams, $16.60; telephone messages, $45.05; sundry small 
accounts, $31 708 24 



Less — empty cement and flour bags returned . 



192,223 22 
190 75 



Dorchester Penitentiary— Pfniti-iiricr dc Dorchester. 

Salaries of Staff— Salaires du personnel [t50,SS9.dl). 

A. B. Pipes, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2, mid 00 

L. H. Chambers, deputy warden, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 1,800 00 

J. F. Teed, surgeon, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,700 0D 

C. S. Starrat, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,600 00 

Rev. B. H. Thomas, Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Rev. A. S. McDougall, Roman Catholic chaplain, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1(117 525 00 

Rev. P. P. Dufour, Roman Catholic chaplain, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1(117. . ...... 375 00 

Clerical assistants: John Hebert, $300; Lorne Sears, $1,200; W. L. Allain, $170.23 1,670 

A. M. McDonald, steward, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Assistant stewards, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: T. F. Gillespie, S900; F. O. Chapman, $900 1,800 00 

G. B. Papineau, hospital nurse, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1.000 00 

Matrons: Elizabeth Gumming, $58.33; Elizabeth McMahon, $291.65 349 98 

J. A. Piercy, engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,300 00 

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Dorchester Penitentiary— Continued— Penitencicr de Dorchester— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 17,320 21 

Salaries of Staff— Concluded — Salaires du personnel — Fin. 

JohnMeCaull, assistant engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,000 00 

Organists, to Mar. 31, 1917: Miss C. Richards, $100; Mrs. Lucy McGrath, $100 200 00 

C. T. Legere, chief trade instructor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Industrial guards: 6 at $1,000, W. J. Foran, Geo. N. Bishop, Andrew McPherson, H. S. 

LeBlane, N. A. McPherson, E. N. Emery 6,000 00 

C. S. Esdon, chief keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,173 33 

Sinclair McDougall, chief watchman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Watchmen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: A. L. Belliveau, $900; A. P. Bourque, $900 1.S00 00 

Ernest Lane, fireman. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 750 54 

Guards at $800 (25), $17,660.84; guards at $700 (4), $2,034.09 19,694 93 

Gratuities— Gratifications ($800.79) . 

Elizabeth Cumming, matron, 16 y. 2 m. 22 d 800 79 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Depenses diverse* ($59,251.51). 

Acme Glove Works, Montreal, gloves, 3J doz. at $16.50 55 00 

Baylie, Chas., travelling expenses to Kingston and return 68 52 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto: double belting, 50 ft. at $2.30, 100 ft. at S1.72; duck, 221} yd. at 

27c; Muskoka sole, 1,583 lb. at 361c; sundry small supplies, $45.79; less freight, $2.36. . . 967 97 

Bourgeois, Amos L., Belliveau Village, cattle, 3 head 92 00 

Bourque, Vital, Memramcook, steers, 2 at $47.50 95 00 

Buck, Bedford, Dorchester, hardwood, 10.036 ft. at $18 per M 180 65 

Caldwell, Boyd & Co.: Lanark, tweed, 123i yd. at SI; express, $3.40 126 65 

Canada Cement Co., Montreal: cement, 525 brl. at S1.96, 265 brl. at $2.06; less: freight, 

$463.19, discount, $13.25, switching charge, $25 1,073 46 

Canadian Consolidated Felt Co., Kitchener, 960 lb. at 7c 67 20 

Canadian Cottons, Ltd., Montreal: denim, 316 yd. at 34c; shirting, 999 yd. at 15Jc; bales, SI; 

less discount, S5.66 257 63 

Canadian Government Railways, freight » 726 36 

Canadian Locomotive Co., Kingston, cooking kettle 205 00 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: iron, 1,371 lb. at $3.55 per cwt.; steel, 322 lb. at 124c; 

sundrv small supplies, $15.81 104 73 

Grossman, Rupert J., Dorchester, rolling and piling logs, 54,700 ft. at SI .10 per M 60 17 

Darling Bros., Montreal: Burnham pump, $200; repairs to pump, $84; less labour, 10 h. at 60c; 

less freight, $10.05 '. . . . v . . . 267 95 

Davidson, Thos., Mfg. Co., Montreal: mugs, 40 doz. at S1.38; less discount, $1.10 54 10 

Dawson & Co., Montreal: Mazda lamps, 600 at 21jc; sundry electrical supplies, $1.76 130 76 

Desmarais & Robitaille, Montreal: prayer books, 5 doz. at $2.50; sundry small supplies, 

$46.84; less express, S1.60 57 74 

Dillons, Limited, Montreal: chip soap, 2.0S4 lb. at 71c; disinfectant, 200 gal. at 45c 246 30 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., Guelph: crash, 519 yd. at 14c; towels, 3 doz. at $1.60; freight, 99c... 78 45 
Dorchester Electric Light and Power Co., electric current supplied, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 

$125 per m 1 , 500 00 

Dorchester Stone Works, stone, 636f tons at $2 1,273 50 

Douglas & Co., Amherst: iron, 233 lb. at $7 per cwt.; shovels, 2 doz. at S7.85; varnish, 5 gal. 

at S3, 5 gai. at $4; sundry hardware supplies, J8S.64; less freight, S3.32 152 33 

Dunlap Bros. & Co., Amherst: spiralshafts, 3 at $7; truck spokes, 2 sets at $9; wagon rims, 2 

sets at S6.10; sundry hardware, S37.33; less freight, $3.39 85 14 

Eddy, E.B., Co., Hull: waterproofing size, 30 gal. at S2. 20; toilet paper, 20 cases at $12.10; less 

freight, $2.94; less discount. $105.87 199 19 

Elms, M. J., Jolicure, sawing lumber, 54,700 ft. at S2.50 per M 136 75 

Fillmore, Edgar, Amherst: potatoes, 250' 3 & bush, at $1.20; less freight, $2.47 297 97 

Fleisehmann Co., St. John, yeast, 240 lb. at 35c 84 00 

Forbes, R. Co., Hespeler: wool, 4881 lb. at 65c; bales, $1.50 319 03 

Frank & Bryce, Montreal: thread, 16 lb. at $1.75' 15 lb. at $1.82, 21 lb. at $2.80, 21 lb. at $3.28; 

less discount, S33.67 149 31 

Frothingham & Workman, Montreal: glue, 100 lb. at 17ic, 200 lb. at 20c; iron, 1,306 lb., 

$43.09; manila rope, 227 lb. at 23c; nails, 318 kegs, $107.08; steel, 1,1281 lb. at $13.05 

per cwt.; sundry hardware, $375.92; less freight, $7.30 775 77 

Galibert, C. & Son Co., Montreal, coloured calf, 2254 lb. at 65c 146 58 

Gaudet, Andrew, Memramcook, steers, 2 at $40, 2 at $28.75 137 50 

Gaudet, Damien, St. Joseph's, steers, 4 at $38, 2 at $39 230 00 

Gault Brothers Co., Montreal, overcoating, 143 yd. at $1.35 193 05 

Harris Abattoir, Toronto, beef, 50,013 lb. at $9.60 per cwt '. . 4,801 25 

Hebert, John, travelling expenses, Ottawa and return 60 40 

Carried forward 66, 597 21 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dorchester Penitentiary Continued -Penltencler de Dorchister Suite. 

Brought forward 66,597 21 

Miscellaneous Expenses Continued De"pen Suite. 

Hickman, J. H. & Co., Dorchester: blasting powder, 6 kegs at $2 .". I, 1 2 kegs at $2.75; lime, 

15 ca ks a1 82 55, 8 casks at $2.65; sundry small supplies, $16.70 124 15 

Hodgson, Sumner & Co., M intra il braces, 12 doa it $2.59; buttons, 6 gr. at $2 25, 12 gr. at 
$2.45, 6gr. at $3.40; canvas, 210'. yd. at 16c, 164$ yd at 10c; coltonade, 328'. vd :ii 25i 
331 yd. at 31c; drilling, 122J yd. at 10c, 58 yd. at 35c; duck, 194 yd. at I9§c; ■ 
cotton, 246J yd. at L4|c; handkerchiefs, 54 gr. at $5 10, 50 doz. at 60c; Italian, 96 yd. at 
50c; linen, 1.014J yd. at 50c; lining, 233 yd. at I6jc, 127J yd. at 17c, 131 yd. at 18c; 
padding, 13J yd. at 27}c; shirts, 5 doz at E5.25; silesia, loo; yd. at I2je.; -n .--|n-n- l«-i -. 
20 doz. at $2.50; ties, 12 doz. at $1.25; thread, in gr. at $5.40; wadding, I bales at $6.25; 

sundry small supplies, $23.23 . . 1,514 07 

Hopkins, F. H. <S Co., Montreal teel pulverizer, $705; less freight, $28.86 676 M 

Horner, Frank W., Montreal, sundry drug supplies. 91 66 

Imperial ( )il Co., Montreal: engine oil, 41 gal. at 30Jc, 17 gal. at 38r*ijc; gasolene, 344 gal. at 

31-ic; royalitc ■•il. 173-5 gal. ;il LSi.v, 12 gal. at 29c; sundry small supplies, $5.15 . . 188 40 

Internment t )perations, ( Ittawa, blankets, 50 pr. at $3.50 175 00 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: white lead, 2, lb. at 13c; less discount, (5 10 251 80 

Kaufman Rubber ( !o., Kitrlii-m-i mi,r-,-a-in , is |.i ,-,i - 1 70; less discount , $1.63 70 07 

Kingston Penitentiary: books, 108, $75.90; br ns, 21 doz., $93 12; rostei , 2,000, $11.98; 

sundry small supplies, $28.88 210 18 

Lake of the Woods .Milling Co - ., Montreal: bran, (il,; tun.-. ,-n *2n.5(1; middlings, 13 .,, tons at 

$30.50 596 7n 

LeBlanc, Adolphus, Memramcook, steers, 4 at $40, 2 at $45 2501111 

LeBlanc, Joseph 1>.. Belliveau Village, steers, 1 pr 150 00 
Lymans Ltd., Montreal: alcohol, 5 gal. at $6, 5 gal. at $6.10; cod liver oil, 3 gal. at $5; sun- 
dry drug supplies, $205 80 j,i :;r, 

Mackenzie, Ltd., I >ttawa: drawers, 55 doz. at $11.50; shirts, 40 doz. at $11.50; freight, $10.64 I 103 14 

Mai y, P. C, Calhoun: lumber, 14,381 ft. at $18 per \1 ; I, ■-- freight, S17.50 241 35 

Maritime Coal Railway and Power Co., Joggins Mines; coal, 514rV tons at $3.50 1,801 48 

Maritime Bridge Co., New Glasgow, steel channels, 3,225 lb. at $5.50 per cwt 177 38 

Marlatt & Armstrong, Montreal: box kip, 252f lb. at 28jc, 225 11, at 38c; harness leather, 

971 lb. at 53c; russet si pskins, 5 doz. at M2.50; soft dash, 74 lb. at 16c; Spanish, 

leather, 2,028 lb. at 47c; sole leather, 2,140 lb. at 40c; wax uppers, 556 lb. at 75; sundry 

small supplies, $9.50 2,510 21 

McKinley & Northwood, Ottawa: horizontal edge heater, $450; sundry small supplies, 

$9.40; less discount, $45. 03 413 77 

Moore, Luke F., Montreal, tweed, 169| yd. at $1.15 105 21 

Morrison, Limited, Amherst: apples, 150 lb.atlOJc; 200 lb. at lie, 200 lb. at O'.e, 200 lb. 
at 9c; beans, 3,(101) lb. at 7Jc, 2,0001b. at 9Jc, 1,000 1b. at. H'.e.; boneless fish, 1,0001b. at 
6|c, 800 lb. at 75c, S00 lb. at 7Jc, 1.000 lb. at .V.,- ; butter, 80 lb. at 46c; herring, 7 brl. 
at $6, 6 brl. at S6. 25, 4 brl. at $7.50; lard, 200 lb. at 155c, 160 lb. at 17ic, 200 lb. at 18c, 
360 lb. at 21fc; molasses, 451 gal. at 53c, 307 gal. at 56c, 305 gal. at Ode., 303 gal. at 04c; 
pickles. 32 kegs at $4.25; peas, 2 brl. at $13, 1 brl., $14; prunes, 500 lb. at s'.e., 700 lb. at 
O'.e., 400 lb. at lOJc; rice, 300 lb. at 5c, 200 lb. at 5Jc, 524 lb. at 5|c; rolled oats, 10 brl. 
at $6, 8 brl. at $6.25, 12 brl. at S8.25; salt, 20f sacks at 75c, 44| sacks at 85c, 56 sacks at 
90c; sal soda, 900 lb. at ljc, 1,800 lb. at 2ic; sugar (granulated), 204 lb. at $7.00, 320 
lb. at $7.75, 326 lb. at $8.45; sugar (yellow), 1,500 lb. at $7.20 per cwt,., 2,571 lb. at $7.35, 
2,271 lb. at $7.00. 2.559 lb. at $8.05; tea, 80 lb. at 29c, 1,043 lb. at 22c; sundry small sup- 
plies, $200.74; less freight refunded, $12.55 4, 143 24 

National Fish Company, Halifax: haddock, 1,750 lb. at 45c, 25(4 lb. at 4c; cod, 1,500 lb. 

at 6c, 750 lb. at 7c 231 25 

New Brunswick Telephone Co., Dorchester, exchange service, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1017 OS 00 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: Mazda lamps, 88 at 27c; sundry electrical supplies, $32.37. 56 13 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Montreal: Hour, 250 brl. at $8.95; rolled oats, 12 brl. at $0.45 2,314 90 

Oxford Manufacturing Co., Oxford: khaki serge, 19SJ y. at $1.55; prison cloth, 491j y. at 

$1.40, 5255 y. at $1.75 1,915 64 

Palmers, Ltd., Dorchester: border for wall paper, 74 y. at 50c; butter, 1393 lb. at 25c, l'.'l '. 
lb. at 30c, lOC^'j lb. at 32c, 124 lb. at 38c; coats, 3, $14; coal, 1,009-74 tons at $4.05, 31-15 
tons at $3.80; lye, 10 doz. at. $1.20; oil, 10 gal. at $1.10; paper, 296§ y. at 25c; plush, 71 
yd. at $1.S0; potatoes, 106| bush, at 75c, 81 bush, at 00c; raincoat, $15; rope, 303 lb. 

at 20c; sundry small supplies, $122.31 5, 107 10 

Parson, C. & Son, Toronto: box calf, 252 ft. at 45c; sundry small supplies, $21.84 135 24 

Pattinson, Geo. & Co., Preston: tweed, S9J v. at 90c; bale, 50c SO 83 

Peck Rolling Mills. Montreal, steel, 11,770 lb. at $3.40 per cwt., 1,580 lb. at $3.45, 1,530 lb. 

at $3.70, 840 lb. at $4.40 54S 26 

Phoenix Bridge & Iron Works, Montreal, steel beams, 35,397 lb. at $4.75 per cwt 1,681 36 

Prizes for rifle and revolver competitions 50 00 

Ramsay, A. & Son ( lo., Montreal: green paint, 100 lb. at 18c; white lead, 10,000 lb. at $14 

per cwt.; sundry small supplies, $27.69; less discount, $3.31 182 38 

Carried forward 94, 155 51 



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Dorchester Penitentiary— Concluded— PCnltencier de Dorchester— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward : 94, 155 51 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Concluded — Depenses diverses — Fin. 

Rhodes Curry Co., Amherst: pine, 2,048 ft. at $42 per M, 5,019 ft. at $65; plain oak, 558 ft. 
at $100 per M, 726 ft. at $125; spruce, 5,000 ft. at $27.50 per M, 842 ft. at $9.50; sundry 

lumber, $14.35 790 64 

Robertson, James Co'y., Montreal: asbestos covering, 500 ft. at 9c, 1,600 ft. at 8 T Vc; galv. 
iron, 2,278 lb. at 7ic, 1,075 lb. at 6|c; pipe, 426 ft. at $12.24 per C, 1,6574 ft. at $18.31; 

966A ft. at $35.56; traps, 7 at $10; sundry small supplies, $641.S0; less discount, $26.68 1,798 63 

Robinson, Wm., Dorchester, milk, 1,870 qt. at 7c 130 90 

Rodd, M. E. & Co., Amherst: books of fiction, 200 at 64c; sundry book supplies, $71.84 ... 199 84 

Sadler & Haworth, Montreal, double leather belting, 125 ft 81 00 

Simpson, Joseph, Sons, Toronto: underwear, 80 doz. at $4.05, 39 doz. at $3; cases, $6.15 447 15 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Moncton: machine, $72.50; sundry small supplies, $6; less dis- 
count, $14.50 04 00 

St. Lawrence Flour Mills Co., Montreal, flour, 305 brl. at $5.80 1 , 769 00 

Sumner Company, Moncton: cartridges, 2,000 at $50 per M, 1,000 at $54, 2,000 at $12.60; galv. 
iron, 1,087 lb. at $6.S0 per cwt.; galv. shingles, 61 squares at $6.25; leather belting, 150 
ft. at 53c, 50 ft. at 40c; lime. 50 casks at $2.38; iron pipe, l.OOfrfj ft. at $12.15 per C; nails, 
15 kegs, $59.95; oil, 45 gals at $1.15; pitch, 11,919 lb. at $1 per owt.; shovels, doz.at$6.83; 
tarred felt paper, 8,001 lb. at $2.80 per cwt.; tin, 4 boxes at $8.50; wire, 4,000 lb. at $5.05 

per cwt.; sundrv hardware supplies, $620.48; less freight, $20.56 2,307 01 

Tait, R. ('.. Shediac: spruce, 10,100 ft. at $17 per M, 27,138 ft. at $18, 9,441 ft. at $20, 15,000 

ft. at $21, 8,300 ft. at $21.15; shingles, 186} M at $2.90 1,879 68 

Tait, W. E. B., Dorchester: carrier, 1, $25, 2 at $15; clutch pulley, $21.75; seeder, $94; Hoover 

digger, $118; sundry small supplies, $46.17 334 92 

Taylor, Joseph R., Upper Dorchester: acid phosphate, 4 tons at $22; basic slag, 12 tons at $17, 

15 tons at $16; nitrate of soda, $76; less freight, $17.50 590 50 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Walkerville, steel as per contract — 172 65 

United States Steel Products Co., New York, plain triangle-mesh concrete reinforcements . 1,496 61 
Williams tfc Wilson, Montreal: auto knife grinder, $305; band saw, $191.81; buzz planer, $284.63; 

carbo bricks, 6 at $2; pony planer, $245.S2; sundries, $12.75; less freight, $6.94 1,045 07 

Wood, M. & Sons, Sackville, oats, 249 bush, at 65e 161 85 

Officers' Guarantee Insurance, premiums, 12 m, to Mar. 31, 1917 24 00 

Sundry small accounts under $50 902 76 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: printing, $116.67; stationery, $124.14 240 81 

Accountant's disbursements ($1,798.78) — 

Discharge allowances to convicts 1 , 050 85 

Customs, $521.13; express, $77.90; expenses re escaped convicts, $8.55; freight, $9.57; 

postage, $103; telegrams, $13.01; telephone, $4.41; sundry expenses, $10.36 747 93 



Reinforcements sold to B. C. Penitentiary. 
Empty flour sacks returned 



882 47 
57 00 



109,451 84 



Manitoba Penitentiary — Penitencier du Manitoba. 

Salaries of Staff— Salaires du personnel ($43,671.53). 

W. R. Grahame, warden, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,633.33; deputy warden, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 

1916, $750; allowance, $100 2,483 33 

John McLeod, deputy warden, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,050; allowance, $58.34 1, 10S 34 

J. A. McGuire, surgeon, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,700; allowance, $100 1,800 00 

Rev. S. W. Stewart. Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 . . . 1,300 00 

Rev. J. V. Joubert, Roman Catholic chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100. 1,300 00 

Hiram Keech, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,6C0; allowance, $100 1,700 00 

J. Smith, engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,300; allowance, $100 1,400 00 

S. H. Wright, assistant engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,000; allowance, $100 1, 100 00 

E. Freeman, steward, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Assistant stewards, H. Woods, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1916, $525; allowance, $50; F. C. Green, 12 

m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $900; allowance, $100 1,575 00 

Clerical assistants: J. A. Macdougall, 3 m. to June 30, 1916, $300; allowance, $25; G. A. Birkett, 

July to Oct. 31, 1916, $319.33; allowance, $28.74; H. Woods, Nov. to Mar. 31, 1917, $458.30; 

allowance. $50; J. H. Daignault, Nov. 1 to Mar. 31, 1917, $500; allowance, $50 1,731 37 

J. H. Daignault, hospital nurse, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1916, $583.31; allowance, $50 633 31 

Miss M. Baupre, organist, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1197 100 00 

S. F. Bloomfield, chief trade instructor, 2 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $200; industrial guard, 10 m. 

to Jan. 31, 1917, $833.30; allowance, $100 1,133 30 

Carried forward 18, 664 65- 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Manitoba Penitentiary— Continued Penltencler 1I11 Manitoba— Suite. 

Brought forward . . 18.664 65 

Salaries of Staff- - < Concluded Salaires du pi rsonnel - Fin. 

Industrial guards at $1,000 and allowance, $100 each (4) I. 

.1 Mitchell, watchman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 I, 00 

W C.Abbott, chief keeper, 12 in to Mai 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Guards at $800 and allowance, $100 each (20) 16 

Guards at $700 and allowance, SI 01) each (2) 1,6 

Fireman 20 00 

Gratuity to retired officer Gratification a un employt en retraile. 

C. II irklie, guard, service, 2 y . 1 m 69 IS 

Miscellaneous Expenses Depens, id H9-H). 

Acme Glove Works, Montreal: gloves, 23 doz. at $16.50; mitts, 12 doz. at $5 25 



Adams Bros., Winnipeg: leather, 1013 lb. at 50c . sole felt, 18 ll>. at $1; tan vici skins, 283 lb. 

at 10c Ml :;7 

Arctic Ice Co., Winnipeg: ice, 100 tons al 60c . 2 9 tons at 50c; freight, Si. 74 63 19 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto bos calf, 209 lb at 50c , sundrj small supplies, $24.15 128 65 

Brandram-Henderson, Winnipeg: Brunsv ii-k green in oil), 1001b. at 12c; gold bronze p.. ■.• 

Id lb. a) $2; orange shellac, 5 gal, al $2 20; 5 gal. at $2 35; varnish, 5 gal. at $2 30 

oil varnish, 5 gal. tit $2.05; sundry small supplies, $50 50; less freight and discount, $2.66.. 126 si 

Caldwell. Boyd, & Co., Lanark: tweed, 129 yd. at SI; r.pn — . $i;.i;5 135 65 

Canada Cement Co., Winnipeg: cement, 200 brl. at 52 10; less, freight, $28, barrels, $10 442 00 

Canadian Cottons, Ltd., Montreal: shirting. 1.15s! vd. at 151c; baling, li.V ; 1.-, di-count, 

$4.52... 222 16 

■Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Winnipeg: lubricator, $10.40; split pulleys, 1, $1(1.50, 1, $13 20; 

\ i. r. $21.70; sundry small supplies, $7.60 6 ! 10 

Canadian General Electric i'<<., Toronto: Mazda lamps, 100, $23.50; wall brackets, 110 tit 

$41.50 per h. hiiv, d!i lb. at $37.50 per li.; sundry eleetrieal supplies, $30.13 112 41 

Canada Paint Co., Winnipeg: boiled, oil, 44| gal. at 93c; raw oil, 42f gal wrick 

green, 100 lb. at 12c; sundry small supplies, $:S,75; less freight and discount, S1.72 93 16 

Cockshutt Plow Co.. Winnipeg: cultivator, $09; champion rake, $36; sundry small supplies. 

s.-, !.V I,-.- fieiglit. sl.86 

I in, i - lage I !o., Montreal, red cap, 500 lb. at 14ic 71 25 

Deere, John, Plow Co., Winnipeg: stubble plows, 3 at $19.50; shar. mall 

supplies, j.s.25; le-s freight, 59c 
Dominion Textile ( lo., Montreal: grey cotton, 1.2803 yd. at lOJc; sheeting, 566] yd. al I3|c 

towelling. 3953 yd. at 6|c; liales. N5c; freight. $1.59 236 50 

Eddy. E. B. Co., Hull: toilet paper, 10 cases tit $12.10; less discount, see 55 54 45 

Fitzgibbon, Ltd., Montreal, uniform serge, 14 yd. at $3.75.. ; >2 50 

Forbes, R. i 'o., Hespeler: gn-y vara. 200 lb. at 59c; bale, 60c U8 60 

Frank & Bryce, Ltd., Montreal: thread. 9 lb. at $1.70, 9 lb al $1 75, 33 lb at $3 28; sundrj 

small supplies, $4.77; less discount, $25.61 H8 45 

French, W. H., Stoney Mountain, threshing grain, 9,461 bush, at 3Jc 301 48 

Gordon, Ironside, & Fares Co., Winnipeg: beef, 22.071 lb. at9jc; liver, 312 lb. at 6i ;sausage, 

485 lb. at Oh- ..... 2,106 12 

Grahame, W. R., Kingston, motor car service 50 00 

Guillet, E. & Sons Co., Marieville: hats, lo doz al 92'e , 200 at $22.50 per h.; less discount, 

S1.35 ................. 52 90 

Hargrave, .1. G. Co., Winnipeg: beans, 960 lb. at 8c, 14 bush, at $4.35; butter, 150 lb. at 40c, 

150 lb. at 35c; eggs, 36 doz. at. 30c, 30 doz. at 33c; coal, 2 ton-, $20 20; nmla-r- en - 

at 45c. Ill) gal. at 54c; nee, 4110 lb. at 4|c, 300 lb. at 5c; salt, 6 brl. at $2.60; split peas. 

200 lb. at 7c, 300 lb. at SO. 10 per h. lb.; sugar, li sacks (brown) tit $$.25, 10 sack* tit. $s.()7, 

2001b. (gran.) at $8. 50 per h., 100 lb. at $8.30; washing soda, 1,0001b. at lie., 900 lb at2£c . 

royal yeast, 10 boxes tit SI. 50; sundry .- II li 15 OS 

Hodgson, Sumner & Co., Montreal: canvas, 218 yd. at 10c, 1075 yd. at 15c, 1371 yd. at 25c; 

coating, 1443 yd. at $1.70; duck, 11 1 J yd. at 23c; haircloth. 50 yd. at 20c. 99 ; yd. at 21c; 

Italian. 3133 vd. at 45c; linen, 2'.)'. yd. tit 65c, 80 yd. at 18c; sleeve lining. 129i yd. at 

18!c; 134', yd. at 18c; padding. 4H yd. at 25c. 42 yd. at 27c; shirts. 6 doz. at S4.75. 

6 doz. at S5.25; silesia, 108 yd. tit 16Jc; thread. 3 gr. at $6.30, 3 gr. at $0 80; tw I, 260! 

yd. at 95c; sundry small supplies, $38.25.. ^ _ 1.035 i3 

Hospital for the Insane, Selkirk; maintenance of insane convicts, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 

$1,253; clothing and supplies. $97.05 L 350 95 

Hudson Bay Co., Winnipeg: white duffle cloth. 20 yd. at $3.25; window shades, 24, $3i 20 102 21) 

Imperial I 111 Co., Winnipeg: cylinder oil, 46 gal. at 52c; gasoline, 43-6 gal. at 36c; Eureka 

harness oil, 10 gal. at Tljc; royalite oil, 267-9 gal. tit, 17c 92 31 

Jacobi, Philip, Toronto: sundry small supplies 103 tx> 

Kearney, J. & W.. Montreal, tea, 445 lb. at 20}c 90 u 

Kingston Penitentiary: brooms, 12 doz.. $42.60; rec. I ks, etc., S26.46; shop blotters, S12; 

sundry small supplies, $14.08 _____ 

Carried forward 52, 269 0b 



L — 30 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Manitoba Penitentiary— Conlcuded— P^nitencier du Manitoba— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 52, 269 06 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Concluded — Depenses diverses — Fin. 

Lachanee, Dr. F., Winnipeg: professional services 100 00 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Winnipeg: flour, 300 brl. at $8.20; rolled oats, 25 sacks at $2.60. 2,525 00 

Lymans Ltd., Montreal: sundry drugs 130 49 

McClary Mfg. Co., Monteal: Kootenay ranges, 2 at $49.52; waterfront for range, $3.80; less 

discount, $1.98 100 86 

McKenty, Dr. Jas., Winnipeg: professional services 105 00 

McLeod, John, Winnipeg' removal expenses Edmonton to Stoney Mountain 84 40 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Winnipeg, twisted steel rods, 72 ft 125 78 

Marlatt & Armstrong Co.. Montreal: box calf, 74j lb. at 50c; dolge felt, 28j lb. at 95c.; box 
kip, 1221 lb. at 28c, 169 lb. at 33c; Spanish sole leather, 805 lb. at 39c, 858 lb. at 43c; 

waxed cow hide. 122* lb. at 72c; wax uppers, 163 lb. at 68c 1,036 04 

Matheson, Arthur H., Stonewall, seed oats, 400 bush, at 70c 280 00 

Miller-Morse Hardware Co., Winnipeg: emery cloth, 12 quires at $1.40; steel tapes, 2 at $5.90; 
white lead, 1,000 lb. at $12.50 per h.; whiting, 2,096 lb. at $1.72 per h.; wire, 211 lb. at $5.10 
per h.; wire nails, 5 kegs at $4.60; sundry small supplies, $38.39; less freight and discount, 

$8.41 253 39 

Miller, Thomas, Stoney Mountain: poplar, 51 cords at $4.20; tamarae, 51 cords at $6.25 532 95 

Moore, Luke F., Montreal, tweed, 54J yd , 56 67 

Murphy, Joseph, Stoney Mountain, milk, 1,131 j gal. at 30c 339 35 

Musgrove, Geo. & Co., Stonewall: apples, 2 brl. at $6.50; apricots, 50 lb. at 20c; beans, 800 lb. 
at $6.25 per h., 1,200 lb. at 8c. per lb.; butter, 100 lb. at 45c, 56 lb. at 30c; molasses, 90 
gal. at 55c, 30 gal. at 40c; rolled oats, 2,000 lb. at $3.30 per 80 lb.; rice, 400 lb. at $5.50 
per h. lb., 500 lb. at $4.50; split peas, 300 lb. at $7 per h., 400 lb. at $5.S0; salt, 5 brl. at 
S2.30; brown sugar, 900 lb. at $8.50 per h., S00 lb. at $8.S2; washing soda, 900 lb. at 5c, 1,000 

lb. at 2Jc; yeast, 8 boxes at $1.45, 8 boxes at $1.30; sundry groceries, $96.24 810 30 

Mussens, Ltd., Montreal: crescent combination saw table, $176; boring attachment, $26.25; 

crescent jointer, $256 458 25 

Northern Electric Co., Winnipeg: galv. iron conduit, 150 ft. at $14.85 per h., 200 ft. at $7.63; 
mazda lamps, 100 at 23c, 100 at 30c, 50 at 38c; tungsten lamps, 150 at $22.58 per h., 75 at 
$22.59, 100, $32.40, 100, $27.50, 25 at $37.50; Westinghouse grinding and buffing motor, 
$50.50; galv. iron wire, 250 lb. at $7 per h.; stranded wire, 496 ft. at $70.30 per m., 1,000 ft., 

$33.17; sundry electrical supplies, $40.39 406 07 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Winnipeg: rolled oats, 45 sacks at $2.10 94 50 

Oxford Manufacturing Co., Oxford, N.S.: khaki cloth, 111 J yd. at $1.55; red-check prison 

cloth, 301J yd. at $1.40 594 70 

Renfrew Textile Co., Renfrew, khaki frieze, 40f yd. at $1.85 75 39 

Riley, Isaac, Stonewall: pine, 500 ft. at $55, per m., 504 ft. at $65, 2,016 ft. at. $28 116 71 

Robertson, James Co., Montreal: double branch elbows complete, 3 at $26.90, 3 at $17.90; 

valve, $26; sundrv small supplies, $26.24; less discount, $66.09 120 55 

Ross, Geo. D. & Co., Montreal: ribbed underwear, 25 doz. at $6, 25 doz. at $6.05; case, $1.50. 302 75 

Royal Crown Soaps Ltd., Winnipeg, soap, 30 cases at $4.90 147 00 

St. Boniface Hospital: maintenance of convicts, 39 d. at $1.50; sundry expenses, $16 74 50 

Secretary-Treasurer School District No. 294, school grant, 1916 750 00 

Sigurdsson, Thorvaldson Co., Riverton: fir, 1,000 ft., $33; oak, 500 ft. at $120 per m.; pine, 

2,000 ft. at $25, 500 ft. at $54; spruce, 500 ft. at $35, 1,000 ft., $28; less freight, $4.10 211 40 

Simpson, Joseph Sons, Toronto: underwear, 40 doz. at $2.65; case ,$1 107 00 

Smart-Woods, Ltd., Winnipeg: plain bags, 500 at. S140 per m.; jute twine, 5 lb. at 25c 71 25 

Steel Briggs Seed Co., Winnipeg: alfalfa, 50 lb., $29; sundry seed supplies, $21.43 50 43 

Vulcan Iron Works, Winnipeg: herring bone grates, 2,068 lb. at 4Jc; smoke stacks, 16 at $2.15; 

sundry small supplies, $45.91; less express, 40c 172 97 

Western Coal Co., Winnipeg: soft coal, 817-85 tons at $6.70; egg hard coal, 121 • 15 tons at 

$9.40 6, 618 46 

Winnipeg City, electric light and power, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 946 20 

Wood Vallance, Ltd., Winnipeg: asbestos pipe covering, 99 ft. at 21c; Canada polished plate, 
4 boxes at $6.25; chloride of lime, 300 lb. at 12c; glass, 5 boxes, $56.50; hook plates, 46, 
$45.80; galv. iron, 599 lb. at $7.10 per 100 lb.; manilla binder twine, 500 lb. at 17c; night 
latches, 2 doz., $39.27; black pipe, 118J ft. at $11.30 per h. ft., 209| ft. at $40.75, 405 T V ft. at 
$16.20; soil pipe, 100 ft. at 45c, 900 ft. at 20c; Stanley plane, $16.50; duplex pump, $92; 
ingot tin, 5SJ lb. at 65c; brass gate valves, 15, $50.94; check valves, 15 doz. at $4.15; 
globe valves, 6 at $1.98; vale padlocks, 1 doz., $19.35; sundry hardware, $539.95; less 

discount, $10.37 1,560 65 

Officers' guarantee insurance, premium, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 24 00 

Sundry small accounts 695 70 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa: printing, $99.71; stationery, $50.26 149 97 

Hiram Keech, accountant, disbursements ($1,786.38) — 

Discharge allowance to convicts (90) 934 65 

Officers' travelling expenses, $70.60; transfer of convicts, $253.75 324 35 

Express, $63.51; freight, $349.85; postage, $42; telegrams, $27.58; telephone, $12.65; sundry 

disbursements, $31.79 527 38 

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Saskatchewan Penitentiary— Pfnitencler <1<- la Saskatchewan. $ cts. 

Salaries of Staff Sala I ] ,2&S.H). 

W. .7. Maoleod, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $2,800; allowance, $100 

R. Wylie, deputy warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,800; allowance, sum . 1,900 on 

J. S. Chisholm, surg i, 1.' m. to War. 31, mi 7, $1,360; allowance, sum 1. 160 mi 

Win. Meighen, accountant, 5 m. to Aug. 31. 1910. soon. 0.1; allowance, $41.67 70s 32 

L. G. Carrier, accountant, Sept. 1, 1916 to Mar. Ml, 1917, $033.3::; allowance, $100 1,033 33 

Rev. J. Taylor, Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $900; allowance, $100 
Rev. E. Pascal, Catholic chaplain, 8 m. to Nov. 30. 1916, $600; allowance, $66.67. 
Rev. F. V. Gabillon, Catholic chaplain, I >ec. 1. 1916 to Mar. 31, 1017. $300; allowance, $33.33 

Clerical assistants: L. G C: r, $500; G. F. Rose, $1,075, allowance, $100. . 1,675 00 

Hospital nurses, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017: F. Serjeant, SI, 000; John M. Morrison, $47.5, allows 

$50 1, 525 00 

R. Henderson, engineer, 12 in. to Mar. Ml, 1017, $1,300; allowance, Slon 1,4110 00 

Stewards, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 John McKay, $1,200; \Y. i '. Sand n, $1,100, all.,, i 

$100; C. H. Brownbridge, < In.. Brookes, $800, allowance, $100 4.200 00 

Organists: Gideon Poulin, $100; Ivan Taylor, $100 !l 

li. M. Allen, chief trade instructor, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017. $1,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Industrial guards: J. A. Anderson, SI, 000, allowance, $100: Geo. Cowie, $1,000. allowance, 
$100; J. S. Donaldson, $205.54, allowance. 520. s2; c. I',. Jeffrey, $975, allowance, $100; 
J. Johnson, $1,000, allowance, $100; W. C. McAllister, $41.66; D. Malcolmson, $1,000, 
allowance, $100; E. Moore, $1,000; W. J. Phillips, $000, allowance, $100; .1. Ross, $166.68, 

allowance, $25 7,934 70 

P. Doolan, chief keeper. 12 m. to Mar. ::!. 1017. $1,200; allowance, $100 

D. O'Sullivan, chief watchman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, SI. 200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Watchmen at $900 and allowance, $100 (2) 2,000 00 

Guards at $800 and allowance, $100 (12) 6,27131 

Guards at $700 and allowance, $100 (7) 3,175 58 

Miscllaiirotis h'fi'in ■ i i , .... 

Agnews' Limited, Trince Albert: apples, 6 cases at. $2 Hi, 6 case al 12 15; butter, 250 lb. at 
42c. 50 lb. at 45.-.; currants, 100 1 1 » . at 13!.-.; egg-, 2 rases at, $0, 2 cases at. $11.00; lard, 
150 lb. at 16c, 50 lb. at is',-.; manilla rope, 230 11.. at 25c pe i 500 lb. at 7'; pepper, 
50 lb. at 23c; prunes, 200 11.. at 12'.r.; oats, 30 sack- at $2.25, 20 sacks at $2.30, 4 sack- at 
S3.53; raisins, 6 case- at. S4.25; rice, 500 11. . at 4',c, 200 11,. at 6c; -alt, 5 brl. at $3.38, 
4 brl. at S3. 50; sugar (brown), 3,000 lb. at 8|c, 5001b. at9}c; sugar (white), 500 lb. at 8|c, 

1001b. at 9|c; sundry provisions, $157.54.. 1,090 84 

' Atlantic Underwear Ltd., Moncton, underwear, 32 doz. at $7.50 240 00 

Bakers, Limited, Prince Albert: beans, 2.0C0 lb. at 8c; butter, loo II.. at 25c, 5 11. at 50c; 
coffee, 75 lb. at 22c: eggs, 108 doz. at 25c, 44 doz. at 30c, at sundry prices. $6.30; lard, 
501b. at 22lc; prunes, 250 lb. at. 12'.e.; rolled oats, 10 -a. I . ,--;, rice, 

200 lb. at 5c; salt, 900 lb. at ljc; sugar (brown), 300 lb. at Sic 500 lb. at s'.c; sugar 
(granulated), 1.000 lb. at 8jC; vinegar, 30 gal. at 35c; sundry provisions, $172.15. ....... 737 65 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto: double belting. 35 ft. at $1.44; bridle leather, IS lb. at SI, 57$ lb. 
at 65c; harness leather, 63J lb. at 68c, 56 lb. at 60c; oak sole 500 lb. at 58c; sundry 

small supplies, $44.50 855 38 

Bell <Y. McKinnon, Edmonton, black horse 250 00 

Boyd Coldwell & Co., Lanark: tweed, 1231 yd. at si; express, $9.10 132 35 

Canada Cement Co.. Calgary; cement, 1,812 brl. at $3.10; less freight, SI. 902.60; less discount, 

S65.60; less sacks returned. $033.70 3,015 30 

Canadian Cottons Ltd.. Montreal: denim, 512 yd. at 25c. 517'. yd. at 34c; shirting. 4611 yd. 

at 14Jc; bales, $7.71; less discount, $2.13... . ... 376 41 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Saskatoon: "Power" pipe-threading machine, $293.10; 

sundry small supplies, $27. 3s.. 320 4S 

Canadian Fire Hose Co., Montreal: "Rainbow-" packing, 98 lb. at 6Sc.; rubber hose, 100 ft. at 

35c 101 64 

Canadian General Electric Co., Toronto: conduit pipe, 5.000 ft. at $9 per C; duplex wire, 

6,054 ft. at S30 per M, 6,004 ft. at $33.44; sundry electrical supplies, $532. 70 1,365 17 

Canadian Northern Railway Co.: rental of spur, i y. to April 30, 1917. $23.45; freight. S5.549.45 5,572 90 
Canadian Oil Companies, Regina: boiler compound, 384 lb. at 9c; turpentine. 42'. gal. at 98c 76 21 

Canadian Yale & Towae Ltd., Stamford: locks, 10 at $4.50; keys, 10 at $2; sundry small 

supplies. S14.16 ........... .. 79 16 

Chicago Bridge and Iron Works, Chicago: steel tank and tower (180,000 gals.) $6,265; less 

discount, $1,879.50 4, 385 50 

Coldwell-Wilcox Co., Newburgh: shear valves. 2. S27; plug drain valve with steel stem, $40 67 00 

Cummings & Cummings, Montreal: beaver cloth, 3j yd. at SO; Italian. 7 yd. at $1.50; Persian 

lamb skin.-, 4 at $10: sundry supplies, 80c 72 30 

Darling Bros., Montreal, Burnham pump and receiver with one-pint sighw'eed lubricator . 218 00 

Department of Telephones, Prince Albert, exchange service, I y. to Sept.. 1, 1917 196 00 

Dillons, Limited, Montreal: disinfectant, 40 gal. at 45c; soft soap, 2,661 lb. at 8c 230 88 

Dominion Sewer Pipe Co., Swansea: perforated split pipe, 2,000 ft. at 8c, 100 ft. at 12c; sewer 

pipe, 600 ft. at 22|c; sundry small supplies, $3.83 310 S3 

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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Saskatchewan Penitentiary— Continued— Penitencler de la Saskatchewan— Suite. $ eta. 

Brought forward 61,977 24 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Continued — Dispenses diverses — Suite. 

Forbes, R., Company, Hespeler: grey yarn, 200 lb. at 59c, 100 lb. at 65e.; bales, $1.20 184 20 

Frothingham & Workman, Ltd., Montreal: B. D. track, 150 ft. at 15c; hangers, 24 at 75c; 

iron bars, 690 lb. at $4.25 69 83 

Grant-Holden-Graham, Ottawa: mitts. 16| doz. at S5; ties, S2.50 85 83 

Gurney-Massev Co., Montreal: steam tea urn (80 gal.) and faucet, $355; water fronts for 

range, 6 at $3.60: less freight, S4.82 371 78 

Harris Construction Co., Montreal, "Presto" heaters, 2 at $360 720 00 

Hodgson, Sumner & Co., Montreal: canvas, 106J yd. at 16c, 50 yd. at 18c; cloth, 5 yd. at 
$3.25; crash. 180 yd. at 10c; denim, lllf yd. at 29c; gloves, 24 doz. at $1.05; Italian, 
183| yd. at 45c, 81 yd. at 50c; linen, 32 yd. at 75c; lining, 111 yd. at 13}c, 60 yd. at 17} c, 
65 yd. at 24c; padding, 41} yd. at 33c; shirts, 3 doz. at $4.75, 2} doz. at $5.25; sundry 

small supplies, $70.47 417 57 

Horner, Frank W., Montreal, sundry drug supplies 60 91 

Imperial Oil Co., Saskatoon: cvlinder oil. 44 gals, at 62c; gasolene, 50 gal. at 34c, 96 gal. 
at 35c, 100 gal. at 36c, 101} gal. at 36}c, 50 gal. at 37c, 46 gal. at 37}c; sundry small 

supplies. $15.36; less discount. $2.72 199 33 

India Alkali Works, Boston, savogram, 1.9.6/ lb. at 6}e 127 86 

Kingston Penitentiary: material for 8 locking devices, SI. 816. 25; sundry small supplies, $56.14 1,872 39 
Klein, J. A., Prince Albert: bran. 6 tons at. $17; Hour, 10 bags at $4.20; shorts, 2 tons at $17; 

sundrv small supplies, S14.25 192 25 

Lackawanna Steel Co., Buffalo: steel piling, 1,200 lb. at $7.18 per cwt., 17,771 lb. at $4.88; 

less freight, $255.54 697 84 

Lacrois Bros. & Co., Prince Albert: black metal paint, 8 gal. at S2; bolts, 400, $29.30; boiler 
tube, 500 ft,, at 171c 150 ft. at 38c; drain pipe, 450 ft., $275; fire brick, 4,500 at $72.50 
per M; fire clav, 2} tons at $21.50; galv. iron pipe, 523 ft. at S13.90 per C; galv. iron, 
3,325 lb. at $7.70 per cwt.; iron bars, 3,292 lb. at $3.94 per cwt., 709 lb. at $4.10; manila 
rope, 170 lb. at 25c; netting (48"), 2,800 sq. ft. at $2.20 per C; soil pipe, 210 ft at $1.10; 

sundry small supplies, $220.70 1,882 72 

Lake of the W oods Milling Co., Winnipeg, flour. 205 brl. at $5.50, 2.50 brl. at $7.80 3,077 50 

Longley & Bell, Prince Albert: wheels and axles, 6 single Beta at $30.60; sundry small supplies, 

$14.60 198 20 

Lymans, Limited, Montreal, sundrv drug supplies 279 89 

McBeth, R. G., Prince Albert, bay horse (6 y.) 275 00 

McClary Manufacturing Co.. Winnipeg: range, $73.65; sundrv small supplies, $15.65. 89 30 

McDiarmid Lumber Co., Prince Albert: lumber, 12,000 ft. at $9.66! per M. 7,008 ft, at $22, 
9,003 ft, at $24. 3,510 ft. at $25, 1,822 ft. at $27; oak, 450 ft. at $120 per M.; coal, 282^ tons 

at $5.15; sundry small supplies. $19.33; less freight, $719.56 1,429 57 

McKenzie Co., A. E., Brandon: brome grass, 280 lb. at $14 per cwt.; Canadian peas, 12 bush, 
at $3.10, 10 bush, at S3.S0; rye, 225 lb. at $13 per cwt,; timothy seed, 200 lb. at $12 per 

cwt.; sundry small supplies, $56.75 , 224 40 

Macleod, W. J.," Prince Albert, motor car allowance, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917 50 00 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Winnipeg, twisted reinforcing, 24,529 lb. at $3.79 per cwt. ... 929 65 

Manville Hardware Co., Prince Albert: asbestos covering, 456 ft, at 14c. 750 ft. at 20c, 372 ft, 
at 25c., at sundrv prices, $77. 5S; boiled oil, 44 gal. at S1.04, 41J gal. at SI. 40; building 
paper, 55 rolls at $1.17; firebrick, 2,500 at $85 per M; galv. pipe, 61 T ! T ft. at $2.26, at sundry 
prices, $198; globes, 4 at $12.50, 4 at $10.75 at sundry prices, $21.25; hose, 20 ft. at S5.10, 
20 ft. at $3.05; lead waste, 2,048 lb. at 15*c; metal lathe, 5,760 ft. at 2ic.; manila rope, 
340 lb. at 27c; nails, 10 kegs at $5.15, 10 kegs at $5.45, S kegs at $5.80. 15 kegs at $4.80; 
iron, 5,034 lb. at $3.40 per cwt., 2,256 lb. at $3.85, 2,059 lb. at $6.95, at sundry prices, $184.99; 
pig lead, 510 lb. at $11.25 per cwt,, 1,006 lb. at S16; pipe, 625| ft, at $14 per C, 903}} fl- 
at $41, 365} ft. at $59, at sundry prices, $174.16; scale, $146; solder, 214J lb. at $28 per 
cwt.; steel. 15,803 lb. at $4.15 per cwt., 2.425 lb. at $3.80; steam traps. 4 at $30; twine, 
800 lb. at 16c, 50 lb. at 30c; tungsten lights, 150 at 24c, 100 at 33c; white lead, 800 lb. 
at $13.75 per cwt., 600 lb. at $15; wire mesh, 2,900 sq. ft, at $3.50 per C; valves, 7, $168; 

Y's, 14 at §14: sundry hardware supplies, $1, 503.34 7,264 53 

Marlatt & Armstrong-Co.. Montreal: box calf, 590} lb. at 45c; duck, 93 yd. at 20c; felt. 

37 lb. at 90c; sole leather, 513 lb. at 38c, 517 lb. at 42c 729 71 

Moore, Luke F., Montreal, tweed, S7} vd. at $1.15 100 62 

North Canada Lumber Co., Prince Albert: coal, 10^ tons at $11; spruce, 2,296 ft. at $23.50 
per M, 10,228 ft, at $22.50, at sundry prices, $39.11; red rosin paper, 25 rolls at SI; sundry 

small supplies, $10.61 469 08 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: cable. 3,492 ft, at $29.19 per M; flexible armoured cable, 
200 ft. at $280 per M, 1.300 ft. at $400; fibre conduit, 1,008 ft. at $14.80 per C; lead covered 

conduit, 250 ft. at $323.20 per M; sundry electrical supplies, $175.99 1,083 90 

Pacific Flush Tank Co., Chicago: adjustable sewage siphon, $100; air compressor and motor 
$295; air receiver and fittings, $S0; automatic switchboard, $120; valves, 5, $165; pot 

(30 gal.) and foot piece, $1S5; sundrv elbows, bolts, etc., $20 965 00 

Parsons, C. & Sons, Toronto: harness leather, 106 lb. at 60c; less freight, $2.72 60 88 

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Saskatchewan Penitentiary Concluded— Penltencler cle la Saskatchewan— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Concluded — Dispenses diverses — Fin. 

Pattinson, Geo. & Co., ed, 93 J yd. at. 90c 84 37 

Peck Rolling Mills, Montreal, steel, 4,064 II). at $4.20 per cwt 170 69 

Pedlar People, Ltd., Oshawa: Clinton Eabric, 3,494j sq. ft. at $1.90 perC, 9,531 

$3.87$, 14,003| at $5; sheet iron, 500 sq. ft. at 15o 1,210 93 

Prince Albert City: , '■' ir. 31, 1917, $70.95; centrifugal pump, $7. r ); 

water pipe (6 80c 270 75 

Prince Ubert Creamery: b ter, 190 lb. at 30c, 801b. at 41c., 1651b. at 45c, at sundry pri 

$33.75; milk, 726 gal. at 35c 

Prince All I Co.: sash weights, 4,235 lb. at 4|c; sundry small supplies, $42.75.. 233 30 

Prince Albert Fruit < 'o.: potatoes, 100 bush, at $1; onions, $4.50 104 50 

Prince Allien I piling, 96 ] es at 90c 86 40 

Prince Albert Meat Market, beef. 21,906 lb. at $10.40 per cwt 2,278 22 

Prizes for rifle and revolver competitions 50 00 

Provincial Hospital, Battleford: medical attendance and sustenance, 903 davs at 75c; sundry 

clothing,$90 767 25 

Ramsay, A. & Sons Co., Montreal: buff paint, 42 gal. at $1.30, 51 gal. at $2.05: calcimo, 3'v) 

lb. at $5.37 per cwt., 350 lb. tit $6.50; concrete paint. 41 gal. at $2; enamel, 4S gal. at $2. oil; 

turpentine. 42$ gal. at 9tc; sundry small supplies, $6.38 449 03 

Religious of our Lady of Charity, West Kildonan, maintenance of Kathleen ( ilga Simon to 

Mar.31,1917 144 00 

Robertson. James Co'y, Montreal: copper. 217 lb. at 55c; galv. iron, 1,742 lb. at S7.7II per 

cwt.; globe i ." ;, :."> piglead, 1.009J lb. at 10Jc; pipe, 1,51. H 

ft. at S'.p.u pi-r ('.. 5.;s;. ft. at Ml. ii n $19.90, at sundry prices, $193.38; reducer 

(galv. iron). $70; reducing vavles, 2 at $31, 1, $96; sundry small supplies, $950.04; less 

discount, $12.33 2,938 58 

Rosamond Woolen Co., Almonte, khaki cloth, 30 yd. at $2.05 79 50 

Ross, Geo. D. it Co., Montreal: underwear, 12 1 , doz. at So, 10} doz. at SO. 05; sundry small 

supplies, $1.59 176 42 

Royal North West Mounted Police, expenses in connection with transfer of female convict 

to Kingston 23130 

Royal ( Irown Soaps, \\ innipeg, soap, 25 cases at $5.35 133 75 

Russell-Baker Packing Co., Prince Albert: sausage, 480 lb. at 12U'.; sundry small supplies, 

$1.80 Bl 80 

Shcit. Metal Products Co., Montreal: milk pans, 32 doz. at $1.62; enamelled soup pots, 3 

$3.16 152 90 

Sibbald, Hugh & Co., Prince Albert: coal, 59^ tons at $12.25, 121& tons at $11.90, 60f toi 

at S5; sundry lumber, 8115.05; less freight, $1,082.84 1,504 03 

Simpson, Joseph, Suns, Toronto: shirts and drawers, 42 doz. at $3.50; case, $1.45 148 45 

Sturgeon Lake Lumber Co.. Prince Albert: coal, 32| tons at $3.30; lime, 200 brl. at $1.S5; 

wood fibre, 1,000 sacks at 625c; lumber, at sundry prices, $227.90; less freight, S396.24. 933 is 

Taylor Forbes Co., Guelph: installing plain wall radiation for Webster system, $2,323.98; 

freight, $387; less 2 broken radiation sections, $4.09 2,706 89 

United States Steel Products Co., New York, galv. triangle-mesh, concrete reinforcements, 

10,000 sq. ft. at $1.98 per C 198 00 

Vulcan Iron Works, Winnipeg: return boilers (00" x 14'), 2, and breeching, $2,N00; work on 

boUer, $25 2,825 00 

\\ 1, D. IL. Prince Albert, wild oat mill and bagger 60 00 

Webster, N. B., Prince Albert, threshing, 10,285 bush, at 5c 514 25 

Whybra, F-, Prince Albert, attendance and treatment as veterinary surgeon 99 00 

Officers' Guarantee Insurance, premium, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 24 00 

Sundry small accounts under $50 915 50 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: printing, $71.55; stationery, $106. 9S 238 53 

Accountant's disbursements ($3,285.23) — 

Discharge allowance to convicts 790 95 

Transferring convicts to Provincial Hospital 35 40 

Customs duty, $555.99; express, $05.20; electric light and power, $1,055.51; inspection 
of scales, $5; postage, J,"4; telegrams, $95.99; telephone, $4.85; wheat, 200 bush. 
at $2.15; sundry small supplies, $166.31 2,452 88 

109,675 11 



Less— Salaries of substitutes charged to War Vote (Vol. IV) $ 4,400 00 

Empty flour sacks returned 13 00 



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4,413 00 

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Alberta Penitentiary— Penitencier de l'Alberta. S cts. 

Salaries of Staff— Salaires du personnel ($53,829.66). 

J. C. Ponsford, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 82,800; allowance, $100 2,900 00 

J. McLeod, deputy warden, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1910, $750; allowance, $41.66 791 66 

W. Meighen, deputy warden, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,050; allowance, $58.33 1, 108 33 

Alex. Forin, surgeon, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,360; allowance, S100 1, 460 00 

J.J i lashman, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. SI. GOO; allowance, S100 1,700 00 

C. A. Smith, clerical assistant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 51,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Rev. D. G. McQueen, Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $90(1; allowance, $100 1,000 00 

Rev. A. C. Ethier, Roman Catholic chaplain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, S900; allowance, 8100. . 1,000 00 

C. Turgeon, engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, SI, 300; allowance, $100 1,400 00 

A. E. Macdonald, steward, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Assistant stewards: H. L. Keech, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $900; allowance, $100; J. Main, 

April 1 to 17, 1916, $42.50; John Edgar, May S, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917, $808.06; allowance, 

1, 940 34 

W. J. Jones, assistant engineer, Mav 8 to Mar. 31, 1917, $897.85; allowance, $89.78 987 63 

Hospital nurses, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: P. Conway, S1.000; E. H. Cumming, $900, allowance, 

$100 2,000 00 

Matrons, Mrs. John McLeod, S22.41; Mrs. E. H. Cumming, $29.84 52 25 

Organists: D. Mail, 816.66; Gedion Pepin, $2S.76 45 42 

John McDougall, chief trade instructor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance $100 00.... 1,300 00 
Industrial guards: at S1.000 and allowance $100 each (7), 87,300.50; at $900 and allowance $100 

each (3), $1.969.35 9,269 85 

G. P. Halley, chief watchman, April 1, 1916 to Mar. 7, 1917, 81,122.58; allowance, $93.54 1,216 12 

R. R. Tur-ker, chief keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; allowance, $100 1,300 00 

Watchmen: at $900 and allowance $100 each (7), $3,257.28; at 8800 and allowance 8100 (3), 

$797.52 '. 4,054 80 

Guards: at S800 and allowance $100 each (16), $10,950.28; at $700 and allowance S100 each 

(22), $5,688.70 16,638 98 

Firemen at $800 and allowance 8100 each 1,064 IS 

Gratuity to Retired Officer — Gratification d tin employ/ en retraite. 

H. E. Smith, watchman, service, 6 y., 9 m., 27 d , 324 19 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Dispenses diverges ($46,465.36). 

Alberta Lumber Co., Edmonton: fir, 575 ft. at $65 per m.; pine shelving, 1,002 ft. at S42; 

spruce, 3,446 ft. at $26, 1,009 ft. at 829; less discount, 825.76 172 54 

Arctic Ice Co., Edmonton: ice, 57 tons at 95c 54 15 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto: burnishing ink, 10 gal., $24.60; calf, 20H lb. at 44c, 27 lb. at $1.90, 
200 lb. at 81.20; Hazard patent edge plane, $25; Muskoka sole leather, 1,000 lb. at 40c, 
1,001 lb. at 42c; oak sole leather, 499 ft. at 43c; rivets, 240 lb., $33.60; russet lining, 

19H ft. at 25c; steel shanks, 3 gr. at 86.50; sundry small supplies, 851.41 1,010 94 

Burnham-Frith Electric Co., Edmonton: sundry electrical supplies 175 75 

Burns, P. & Co.. Edmonton: butter, 394 lb. at 30c, 275 lb. at 43c; eggs, 180 doz. at 26c, 
120 doz. at 3Sc; lard, 350 lb. at 16c, 400 lb. at 12ic, 500 lb. at 13c; onions, 4 crates, 

$23.75 r. 523 60 

Brvden, C. H., Onoway: wood, 54 cords at S3.13|-; less freight, S34.29 135 00 

Caldwell, Bovd ,& Co., Lanark: tw-eed, 12SJ yd. at $1: freight, $9.10 137 60 

Campbell, A. M., Edmonton' sand, 62 yd. at $2, 273 yd. at $1.25 465 25 

Canada Cement Co., Calgary: cement, 750 brl. at $2.55; less: discount, 830; freight and 

switching, S45S.26; empty sacks returned, $239.70 1, 184 54 

Canadian Consolidated Felt Co., Kitchener, Ont.: hair felt, 900 sq. ft. at 6?,c 58 50 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Montreal: hand and power pipe threading machine, 8420; 

oil pump, S28; sundry small supplies, $6.95 454 95 

Carroll-Wilson, Ltd., Edmonton: elbows, 103," S22.16; iron, 408 lb. at. 87.10 per h. lb., 6,102 lb. 
at S6.50, 1,695 lb. at 83.10; pipe. 1.843J ft. at $6.15 per h. ft., 970| ft. at 814.S0, Sl-J ft. at 
$106.05, 43 ft. at $62.15, 110 ft., $18.63; steel shafting, 238 lb. at lie; valves, 40 at sundry 

prices, S137.27; sundry small supplies, SS1.70 1, 134 12 

Clark, W. H. & Co., Edmonton: sundry lumber, 3,192 ft. at 820 per M., 667 ft. at $21, 1,349 ft. 
at $22, 1.013 ft. at $23, 2,990 ft. at $25, 1,000 ft. ,$25.50, 3,221 ft. at $26, 800 ft. at $29, 1,000 ft., 
$37, 1,010 ft. at $37.50, 3,780 ft. at S55, 1,433 ft. at $48, 1,565 ft. at $50, 596 ft. at $80, 164 ft. 

at $110 833 56 

Connell & Grigg, Edmonton: varnish, 5 gal. at $3, white enamel, 3 gal. at $6.25, white lead, 

400 lb. at 16c; sundry small supplies, $55.85 153 60 

Cummings & Cummings, Montreal: muskrat caps, 6 at $2.50; persian lamb skins, 4 at $10. . . 55 00 

Dillons, Ltd., Montreal: kreso, 120 gal. at 45c 54 00 

Eddy, E. B. Co., Hull: toilet paper, 10 cases at $12,10; freight, $6.90; less discount, 855.66... 72 30 

Edmonton City Dairy: butter, 300 lb. at 32c; eggs, 150 doz. at 21c; milk, 3.274J qt. at 7c... 356 72 

Edmonton Iron Works: compulsion clamp couplings, 3 at $3.75; cast iron rollers, 6S1 lb. at 5c; 

sundry small supplies, $29.75 75 05 

Carried forward 61,866 92 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. t 



Alberta Penitentiary Continued Pfnitcncier dc I'Alberta 

B ;ht forward 

1/ ■ ■' Expenses < ontinued Depi > -uite. 

Edi onPa I .to, 49 gal. at 60c, 47 gal. at 65c.; glass $40.74 

!. 25; sundry small supplies, $7.77; less discount, $4. 14 

F itzgibbon Ltd . Montreal, blu i 1.75 

Forbe , R. ( o., He peler, Onl . yarn, KW lb al 59c : bales, 81.20 

Fraser, I) R A Co., Edmonton: beaded baluster, 700 ft. at .".V ; I,,, 2,700 ft al 852 per M., 
!7.59; moulding, 505 ft., $16.97; pine -lis ft. al $50 per M., 9,9"n ■ 

-'.'7. 1.000 ft. tit ?41; veranda rails, 252 ft. tit 12c; spruce, 500 

per M., 7,244 ft. at $24, 3,112 ft. at $26, 667 ft. at $27, 4,77.", f, atys,:; ■, 

small supplies, $12.81 

Frothingham & Workman, Montreal shot gut 

( lalibert, I ' & S m ( 'o., Montreal: I 'olumbia n ilf kin, 300 ft at 50c 

Garland, John M. Son & Co., Ottawa: tweed, 130 d at $1.35, 58} yd. at $1.25. . 

Heath's 1 Irug Store, Edmonton - indry drug supplies . . 

Hill. R. !■ Co ! Im i >n baj horse, $200; sundry small supplies, $12.40 ... 

Hodgson Sumner & ( . M itreal buttons, r., $31.50; canvas, 108 yd. at 10 

at 15c, 106 96yd al 18c, 98} yd., $12.22; drill, 111} yd. al 14 

100yd at 21c, 481 yd. at 24c; Italian 203} vd at. 45c; lit-.. ! . , 145 

65c; sleeve lining, 129 yd. at 15c, r,: , ! ,, i ;f i ,,ic . .;_■ i i 

at 24c; padding, 85J yd. at 27'.c ; -hut-, 5 .1../. at <.", 25; -ile-ia, 54 yd. at 1 1 , . 

at 27 iv 15 I it 12}c; tweed, 75yd. at 95c; sundry small supplies, $24.25., 

Hudson's Bay ( ',>., Edmonton: duffle, 20 yd. at 83.25; sundry small supplies, 85s. It; 

Huff Gravel Co., Edmonton: gravel, 10 yd. at $2.50; sand, 200 yd. at $1.75; less freight - i 

.lac 'In, Philip, Toronto: calf,' 922 ft at 70c ; dongola, 255 ft. at 65c; elk - .1.- leathi . ■■<{ ft 
at 85c; sundry small supplies. slo.95; loss freight, 47c . 

Kingston Penitentiary: sundry lj, „ ,k-. 880.01; brooms, 10 doz., $41.88; pn 
$161 59; - Irj small supplii--. -39.72 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Edmonton: flour, 2n ' . 

$6.60 

Mac!. maid \ ' ... Edmonton: apples evaporated) 150 lb. at 10c, 300 lb. at lljc, 100 lb. at 
12c, 250 Hi. at 13c; beans (white), 6 sacks at S7 90, 3 sacks at $8 10, 200 lb at. 7'.c, 600 lb. 

at 8c; i I . 102 lb -22 28; chloride i f lime, 100 lb al 12c : coffee, 251b. at 25c, I II lb. 

at 30c, 325 lb. at 20c.; currant-;. 3001b at 13c, 72 lb. at 14c; jam, 24 pails at 64c, 
at 53c; 1 vc, 5 cases at - t $4.75; molasses, 15 gal. at 64c, 15 gal. at 661 

hes, 150 lb. a I 10c . 200 lb. at 8c, 125 1b.. 812.07, 1 ca 

S3 :, ; ,t s'.c.. i5o 11,. at s;c, 275 lb. at ll}c, 501b. ,$4.94; raisins, 14411 

10}c, 1081b. at 9|c, 100 lb. at 14c; rolled mils, 40 sacks at $2.2,0. 3 sacks at 82.41). - 
at $2.45, 7 sacks at 82.00, 2,0 sacks at s:;, salt, 72 sacks at various price 

lioxesat S1.10 • >5, 2,5. if, cases at S-l. 70; sugar. 100 Hi. tit ss'.i.", 
$8 35, 100 lb., $8.25, 1,200 lb. al 8.8.55. 2,8110 lb. at. *S. 15, 900 lb. at 8.N.N5, 2,000 lb. at SS.15; 
syrup, 6 cases at S3. 35, 6 ea-es at it $4.10; tea, 100 lb. at 21|c 
25c, 200 lb. at 30c, 150 lb a 14c, 50 lb. at 31c, 1501b it 27c; tomatoes, 8 1 is 
toiler paper, 8 cases at $3.60 61 sundr\ l- •■nr-.s.'l.i 

Macdonald-Cooper Ltd., Edmonton: beans (white), 16 bush at -1 25; , ,ITee 50 
2501b. at 18c; evaporated apples, 300 lb. at 10c; lye 4ca-osat 82.N5; tnola--c-. ; 
S3; prunes, 250 lb. at 7'e; rolled oats, 50 sacks at $2.10; sapolio, 4 cases al 82.70 
8 cases at $4.40; sugar, 6001b. at $9.35 per h. lb., 2.000 lb ut.8$.9.5; syrup 
tea, 501b. at 30c; tomatoes, 4 cases at $2.50: sundr, groceri,-, 8129.72 

''I Ltd., O iwa: underwear, 50 doz. at $11.50; freight, $25.60 

Marlatt A: Armstrong, Montreal: calf, 2059 lb. at 45c;harness leather, 2, lb. at 65c lanish 
leather. 515 lb. at 43c , 1,0 II . elt leather, 202 lb. at 47c; wax upper, 537 lb 

68c; sundry small supplies. S4.50 I 

"-Wells Alberta Co., Edmonton: cartridges. 500 at $50.65 per M.; coal oil, 40 gal. at 
28}c; emery cloth, 20 quires at 90 -29.47; iron, 1,430 lb., 852 

mower, $10.25; nails, 3 kegs. $37.04; turpentine. 42J gal. at 8Sc; white lead, 500 lb. at 

$14.57 per 100 1b.: sundry hardware, $121 , 

i (arris Co., Edmonton, binder 

Maund, W. E. & Co., Edmonton: linseed oil, 38# gal. at SI; white lead, 400 lb. at $15 per 100 lb.; 
sundry small supplies, $24.S5 

Meighen, W., deputy warden: expenses in connection with removal from Prince V 

Edmonton, $73.69; allowance in lieu of residence, including light, heat and water, Sep 
to Mar. 31, 1917, $350 . ., 

Mi tal Ltd., Edmonton: dart, unions. 44. $30 83; iron, 325 lb. at $5.50 per 100 lb., I. i lb 
$3.50; jacket for heater, 846.41; leather belting, 19SJ ft.. $109.73; paekn 

tailing crosses, 94, SOU; shafting, 155 lb. at 10c; shaft hangers, 7 at $5.10; steel pi: 

15; tecs, 90 at 45c. 131, $49.05; gate valves, 3 at $4.38; sundry hardware, SI ■' 
1, - freight. N23. 02; discount. 87.20 

Montreal Suspender & Umbrella Mfg. Co., Montreal: brace buckle, 1,770 at $2 per 100, 1.777 
at 81.28; sundry small supplies, $2.30 

Moore, Luke F., Montreal, tweed, 75} yd. at $1.15 

Carried forward 



L — 36 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Alberta Penitentiary— Continued.— Penlteneler dc 1'Alberta— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 75,877 13 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Concluded — Depenses divcrses— Fin. 

Murray, J. J. & Co., Edmonton: Dutch onion setts, 60 lb. at 18c; lawn grass seed, 200 lb. 

at 32c; seed potatoes, 15 bush, at $1.60; sundry seed supplies, $38.60 137 10 

Northern Electric Co., Calgary: conduit 500 ft. at $15.30 per 100 ft., 500 ft. at $8.35, 500 ft. at 
$11, 400 ft. at various prices, $41.18; electric iron, $16.35; Mazda lamps. 150 at $27.35 per 
100, 300 at $19.75, 200 at $28, 100, $39.25, 150 at $30.95; stranded cable, 500 ft. at $61 .9.' 
per M.; wire, 5,000 ft. at $11.45 per M. ft., 185 ft. at $48.42 per 100 ft., 57 ft., $21.25; sundry 

small supplies, $174.28; less express, 60c 848 46 

Oxford Manufacturing Co., Oxford, N.S.: khaki, 108 yd. at 81.55; prison cloth, 199j yd. at 

$1.75, 250 yd. at $1.40 866 30 

Pattinson, Geo. * Co., Preston: overcoating, 92 yd. at 90c, 65} yd. at $1.25; bales, $1 165 99 

Ponsford, J. C, Edmonton: travelling expenses to Ottawa and return, $160.85; allowance for 

motor car service, 1 y. to Mar. 31. 1917, $50 210 85 

Poueher, W. B., Edmonton: cement, 20 brl. at $2.85; lime, 6 sacks at 60c, 16 brl. at. $2.50, 

531 bush, at 45c 339 55 

Powell, James A., Edmonton: single disc drill, $100; plow, $24 124 00 

Prizes for rifie and revolver competition 50 00 

Ramsay, James, Edmonton: denim, 56 yd. at 32c; drawers, 4 doz. at $6; shirts, 3 doz. at 

$7.20, 1 doz. at $6; sundry small supplies, $19.25 SS 77 

Revillon Wholesale Ltd., Edmonton: cartridges, 1,300, SSI; coal, 1.99S lb., $14.99; emery 
cloth, i rm. at $20; files, 6 doz., $33.23; glass, 2 cases at $8.40, 2 cases at $9.15; iron, 7,157 
lb. at $3.75 per 100 lb., 610 lb. at $3, 11,984 lb. at various prices, $510.5S; galv. iron, 925 
lb. at $7.40, 982 lb. at $7.65; harvest hats, 8 doz. at $1.50; lawn fence, 260 ft. at 15c; nails, 
16 kegs, $84.45; boiled oil, 39f gal. at $1.08, 411 gal. at $1.47; paint, 10 gal. at $6.60; pipe, 
250 ft. at $10.08, 298 ft. at $12.38, 3,075V ft. at $13.73, 625 ft. at S3S.lt>. 129f ft. at various 
prices, $60.06; screen cloth, 8*, lb. at $2.10; solder, 100 lb. at 30|c; steel, 98 lb. at 18Ve, 
341 lb. at 9Ve; tin, 394 lb. at 18c, 185 lb. at 22c; varnish, 5 gal. at $2.50; white lead, 
500 lb. at $12.50 per 100 lb., 500 lb. at $12, 400 lb. at $14.75; whiting, 665 lb. at S3.25; wheel- 
barrow trays, 6 doz. at $4.25; sundry hardware, $519.70; sacks, $3; less discount, $1.75. . . . 3, ISO 45 
Robertson, James, Co., Montreal: branch headers, 32 at $4.37, 4 at $5; couplings, 24 at 80c; 
elbows, 268, $29.40; injector, $50; pipe, 805f ft., $84.03; tees, 06, $28.01; tinned iron, 280 
lb. at $14.44; valves, 4 at $2.60; hot water tank, $335; sundrv small supplies, $15.61; less 

discount, $11, and freight, $35.60 725 32 

Roberts, Frank & Sons, Onaway: wood, 72 cords at $3.08|; less freight, $42.21 180 00 

Robin Hood Mills, Calgary: flour, 500 bags at $3.80; less switching charges, $7.43 1,892 57 

Ross, Geo. D. & Co., Montreal: drawers, 5\ doz. at $6.05; shirts, 14* doz. at $6.05 121 01 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary: blankets, 23 pr. at $2.70. 9 pr. at S2.55, 18 pr. at $2.48 129 69 

Standard Heating & Plumbing Co., Edmonton: air cell pipe covering, 1,667} ft., $206.85; 
companion flanges, 7, $17.25; elastic corrugated copper gaskets, 66, $37.20; double braenh 
elbows, 3, $75.94; flanged elbows, 10, $73.04; hot water temperature regulator complete, 
$59; flanged expansion joints, 4 at $17.60, 2 at $27.95, 2 at S23.53, 2 at $21.23, 1, S46.20, 
1, $37.55; machine bolts, 200 at $10.88 per 100; black pipe, 3,310V ft. at various prices, 
$778.19; pipe bands with flanges attached, 2 at $20.35; radiator, $18.09; flanged reducers, 
2 at $16; reducing tees, 11, $124.73; radiator traps, 20 at $5.90; steam traps, 6 at S24.S5; 
gate valves, 29, $67.97; automatic check valves, 2 at $74.80; pressure regulating valves, 
4, $255.17; crane valves, $12; flanged valves, 3 at $44.30, 4 at $26.70, 7 at various prices, 

$114.48; sundrv small supplies, $41.67 2,931 96 

Swift Canadian Co., Edmonton: bacon, 3004 lb. at 21c; beef, 35,430 lb. at $9.22 per 100 lb.; 

butter, 350 lb. at 36c; corned beef, 115 lb. at 7c; eggs, 150 doz., $50; halibut, 401 lb. 

at 8}c; haddie, 198 lb. at lie; hog liver, 4,366V lb. at 3c; jack fish, S76 lb. at 4Jc; lard, 

■ 450 lb. at 12ic; mutton, 1,796 lb. at 16c; fresh pork, 5,716 lb. at 12c; mess pork, 5. '(61 

lb. at lie; soap chips. 314 lb. at 8Jc, 942 lb. at 9c, 227 lb. at 91c, 1,887 lb. at, lO'.c, 800 

lb. at 111c; white fish, 6,851 lb. at 6Jc 6,290 79 

Officer's guarantee insurance, premiums 24 00 

Transportation of female convict to Kingston 314 7.5 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa: printing, $32.82; statiom 16 213 . 3 

Sundry small accounts S33 03 

J. J. Cashman, accountant, disbursements ($5,073.31— 

Discharge allowance of convicts (85) 792 30 

Express, $83.79; freight and cartage, $1,137.87 1,221 66 

Electric light and power, $1,558.10; postage, $90; telephone, $87.09: telegrams. $50.02; 
subscriptions to magazines, $20; water rates, $751.63; yeast, $90.65; sundry dis- 
bursements, S109.36 2,756 85 

Travelling expenses of officers 302 50 



Lf.s< Sal itutes charged to War Vote. (Vol. IV $ 4,200 00 

Empty flour sacks returned 647 



100,619 11 

4,206 47 
96,412 64 



JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: EXPEb DITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Itrltlsh Columbia Penitentiary Penltencler de la Colomble-Brltannique. 

Salaries of Staff Sala 

J ('. Brown, warden, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. .1. Carroll, deputy warden, 12 m. to M li 5100 

Rev. A. E. Vert, Protestant chaplain, 12 m. to Mar, 31, 1917, 51, 100; dlowanco, $100 

Rev. H. P. Bessette, Ron i > Mar. 31, 1017, 51,200; allow 

W. A. De W. Smi ! War 31, 1917, S1.700; allowance, $100 

J U. Harvej , : mntant, 12 m to Mai il, 1917, $1,600; allowance, S100 

i l.-i i.-:.l assistants: V. B. Km ■< . . -i 'Hi); allow inn ! [00 ! 00 

VV. A. Wells, $1,200; E. A. I. 
\V. Currie, engineer, 12 m. to \i 

A. McGregor, assistant, engineer, !'_■ in. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,000; alio 
H. F. Norman, hospital inn- e. i ' ,.i to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,000; allowam [00 
R.J. Robertson, steward, L2 m to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; : llowance, $100 
Assistant stewards: P. Devine, 8900, allowance, $100; T. S 
Herbert Mackness, organist, 12 m, to M 
A. E. Bettles, plumber, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 
John Imlah, chief trade inst 
Industrial guards: Jas. ' allowance. 

$100; Jas. McLellan, IcM allowance, $100; 

A. J. Christmas, $749 

W. A. Patchell, chief keeper, 12 ra. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; all ' 

M.Lavell. chief watchman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200 

Watchmen at $900 and alio .va nee c -lo,i t 

Guards at S-300 and allov 



1,900 mi 

1,300 00 
1,800 mi 
1,700 00 

1,899 93 

I, 

1 , 100 nil 

. :oo oo 

200 mi 
1.100 ))') 



5,223 00 

100 in 
3,824 93 
26, 150 59 



Misa llaneous 






Acme Glove Works, Montreal, gloves, 4 doz. at $15. 

Amherst Woollen Mill, Tn. i, cloth, 201 i yd. at $1.60 t, $3.21 . 

Anderson & Lusbv, New V. e-i m in-t.v: :;-!, ■, o... ,-, ■:• < < ' ce handles, 

4 doz. at $2.35; brushi 576.4; $5.10 pel cwt.; hose. 
25 ft. at 55c; iron, li.sro I , .'7d > 512 60; nails, 
600 lb.. $25.20, 1 ken;. 

pipe, $118.32; razoi I do shovels, 6 doz. a handles, 6 

at S2 35; globe valves, 1, $20 1.75; v U5 lb. at 3 

galv. wire netting, 50 yd. at 20j3.; sundry sm ill Ivi ! 

Annandale Supply Co., New WoMini:i*i. r apples, 250 lb b al IHc. ,2501b at lie; 

beans. 3,506 lb. at Vie., 5,01)0 lb. at 7'." ; butter, 21 lb., , . . 560 lb i 31c , 336 lb. at 
45c; coffee, (i lb. at 38c, 9 lb. : I 35c . 6 lb. at 5 . 200 II. at 16c . eggs, 14 do 
43 doz. at 32c, 26 doz. at 45c: flvpaper, ::>) U.v . 6 boxes at $4.05, 

5 boxes at $4.80, 3 box, 

peaches, 300 lb. at 6c, 300 lb 6£c, 300 lb it 9c; pepp. < 16c, 50 lb. at 18c, 

90 lb. at 25c; prunes, 600 11 at' 6001b I lb. at 3ic 1,000 

at 4c; coarse salt, 1,0001b. at '0c. | 10 lb. at 65c; fine salt, 1,800 lb. at 90c . 

3,900 lb. at 85c; soap, 1.01)0 lb. at 5c, 500 lb. at ■">',.■.. 6S5 lb. at, 7',c, 009 lb. at, 9c, 50 lb. 
at 36c; sugar, 3.000 lb. at $7.35 per cwt., 1,500 11., at $7.95, 3001b. at $8, 2,000 lb. a< 58 10, 



200 lb. at $8.50, 500 II, al $9; golden syrup, 6,551 lb. at I 
tea, 420 lb. at, 17'.c, :',42 ll>. ai Is c, 300 lb. at 19c, 75 

■ 



3c 



1,441 lb. at 2?c, 5,767 lb. at 

al 'J.V ., 110 II.. at. 26 'a- , 
168.09 

202 lb. 
■ , ihair laces, 3 gross 
lib it 14c, 120 lb. at 



thread, 



■ 



1,400 lb. al -: ii, per cwt 560 lb at ; 22; 



gar, S6 gal. at, 28c. 
Beardmore & Co:, Toronto: en 

at 36c; welt leather. 50 11. 

at $2, 3 gross at, $2 25; mus 

15c; sundry small 
Belding, Paul Corticelli. Mi it 

$13.50. 5 boxes at $5; le - 
Bourret-Kirkwood Co., Seattle 

less discount,. SI 22 
Brackman-Ker Milling ' minster bran, 

500 lb.. .$13; oat , 3 tons 19.50 .lied oats 

3 tons. $207; shorts. 3 ton at $26, ■ 
British American Paint Co., Victoria: aluminui at $6.28; black 

japan, 48 gal. at 65c; chromi lb. 9c, 100 I gal it.S1.25; 

linseed oil. 24 gal. at $1, 24 gal. at $1.12, 48 gal. at $1.15 18 gal al 5! 13; prussian blue, 

10 lb. at $1; red lead. 100 lb. at. 10ic 100 11, at 1 

at $1.10; white lead. 1,500 lb. at $12.70 peri 14.08; le 

discount. $7.38 and freight, $12.46. 
British Columbia Elect in Railway I »., Vancouver, electric current supplied, \;.nl I, 1916 

to March 31, 1917. 

Butterfield, Mackie & Co., New Westminster: cod. 5,6 , halibut, 905 lb. at 7c; 

Balmon, 7,291 lb. at 5c; oolican, 10 lb. at 5c. . .• 

Carried forward 



60 on 

119 '. i 



742 50 



649 10 
285 00 
769 26 



I, — 38 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 19161917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



British Columbia Penitentiary— Continued. S cts. 

Penitcnrirr do la t'olonibic-Britannique — Suite. 

Brought forward 71,488 IS 

U cellaneous Expenses — Continued — Dcpcnscs diverscs — Suite. 

Caldwell, Boyd & ' !o., Lanark: express, S12.95; tweed. 127J yd. at SI 1 10 20 

Canadian Cottons, Montreal: denim, 507 yd. at 26c., 5034. yd. at 27e., 33U- yd. at 34c.; shirt- 
ing, 309 yd. at 15|c, 301 yd. at 16'iC, 545'. yd. at 20c.; sundry small supplies, $2.00; less 

discuont, $11.31 ' 578 67 

Canadian Fire Hose Co., Montreal, rubber hose With coupling, 250 ft. at 22c 55 00 

Canadian General Electric ( '<•., Vancouver: metal moulding, 600 ft. at $7.84 per 100 ft., wire. 

1,649 ft. at $12.09 per M, 1,221 ft. at $18.32 per M; sundry small supplies, $79.51 108 86 

Canadian Northern Railway Co., freight 414 00 

( 'ity Market, New \\ estminster: potatoes, 2 tons at $18, 4 tons at $19 112 00 

Corporation of the < !ity of Nets Westminster, electric current supplied April 1, 1916 to M ' :h 

31,1917 1,139 95 

Crane Co.. Vam ver: ball cocks, 2 at $7.75, 1, $2.15: ells. 16 at $1.20, 4 at $1.40, 4 at $1.45. 

2a1 - ite valves, 4 at $10.16, 1 at $21; Pemberthv injector, $32.40; 

joints, 2 at $5; pipe, 274-; ft., $130.91; tees, 2 at $1.75, 7 at $2. 8 at $1.25, 1 at $1.17; tin, 

20 lb. at 70c; sundry small supplies, $23.46; less discount, S2S.70 333 50 

Curtis, D. S. & ( o.. Xew Westminster, sundry drug supplies 339 55 

Dillons, Ltd., Montreal: soluble disinfectant , 115 gal. at 50c, 320 gal. at 45c 201 50 

Dominion Linens, Guelph: crash, 507 yd. at 14c; freight, S3.82 74 80 

Dorchester Penitentiary: reinforcement, 4,350 sq. ft. at S2.67 per 100 sq. ft., 7,250 sq. ft. at 

$4.72, 7,250 sq. ft. at S5.S5 882 47 

Electrical Equipment Co., Montreal: conduit galv. pipe, 800 ft., $77.57; copper wire, 1,000 

ft., $13.52; sundry small supplies, $29.29 120 38 

Fitzgibbon, Ltd., Montreal, serge, 15 yd. at $3.75 56 25 

Forbes, R. Co., Hespeler: wool, 300 lb. at, 65c, 572J lb. at 85c; baling, $3.60 , . . 685 44 

Frank & Bryce, Montreal: thread, 12 lb. at $1.52, 24 lb. at $1.64, 12 lb. at $1.70, 24 lb. at $1.82, 

12 lb. at $3.28, 21 lb. at $3.77; less discount, $44.17 196 04 

Galibert, C. & Son Co.. Montreal, Columbia calf, 410} lb. at 65c 266 83 

Garland, .John M. Son & Co., Ottawa, tweed, 157$ yd. at $1.50 236 25 

Gault" Brothers Co., Montreal: drawers, 10 doz. at $12: freight, $9.80; shirts, 12doz. al $12 . . 273 80 

Gilly Bros.. New Westminster: cement, 513J brl. at $2.35, 165 brl. at $2.39, 60 brl. at $2.45, 
875 brl. at $2.00; coal. 113-12 tons at $4.00, 120-56 tons at $4.95, 5 tons at $17.50, 1 ton 
at $20: drain tile, 200 ft. at 5|c, 150 ft. at 9c; fire brick, 1,500 at $39.50 per M, 2,000 at 
S40 per M, 400 at $42.50 per M, 400 at $50 per M, 100 at S55 per M, lire clay, } ton at $16; 
lime, 82 brl. at $1.35; metal corner lead, 800 ft. at 4c; pipe, 350 ft. at. 22c; sundry small 

supplies, $20.20 5,736 14 

Grain Growers, Xew Westminster: bran, 1 ton, $25, 1 ton, $33; carrot seed, ( lb. at $1.50, 

4 lb. at $1.75, 4 lb. at $1.65; oats, 5 tons at $32, 3 tons at $40, H tons at $42; onion seed, 
10 lb. at $1.65; rolled oats. 3,000 lb. at $3.25 per 80 lb.; shorts, 2 tons at $27, 2 tons at $35; 

sundry small supplies. S22.54 705 51 

Guillet, E. & Sons Co., Marieville: hats, 2i doz. at $22.50, 25 doz. at 92}c; less discount, $1.99. 77 38 

Hodgson, Sumner & Co., Montreal: buttons, 6 gr. at S2.45, 6 gr. at $2.40, 1 gr., $1.85; canvas, 

100 yd. at 20c, 108 yd. at lie; coating, 571 yd. at $1.50; duck, ,82 yd. at 195c , 100 yd. 

at 18c; grey cotton, 122| yd. at 14'.c, 200 yd. at 10c; italian, 67 yd. at 65c. 901 yd. at 

45c; lining, 130 vd. at 234c, 62 v.l. at 14c, 55 yd. at 10c; padding, 43f vd. at 27c; shirts. 

5 doz. at $6,50, 4\ doz. al $4.05; suspenders, 13 doz. at $2.25; thread, 6 gr. at $6.50; ties, 
5 doz. at $2.25, 5 doz. al $1.25; towelling, 517 yd. at, 16c, 320 yd. at 12Jc; tweed, 1311 

5 d. at $1 .15; sundry small supplies, $18.70 - . 705 63 

Holmes, MacSween & Jones, I >i . Xew Westminster, professional dental sen 104 00 

Hudson, H. P., New Westminster: burlap, 40 yd. at 30c; wall-paper, 114 double roll., i< 

30c. 10 double rolls at 25c; sundry small supplies, $8.61 ...... 57 31 

Hyslop Hardware Co., New Westminster: cartridges, 1,000 rounds at $57.50 per M, 1.000 

rounds at $18 per M: sundry hardware, $25.67 101 17 

Imperial Oil Company, New Westminster: gasoline, 874, gal. at 30c; royalite. 39 gal. at 

22c. 41 gal. at 21c, 37'. gal. at 17' c; small sundry supplies, $9; less returned oil barrels. 4 it 

$1.10 . 54 60 

Kingston Penitentiary: brooms, 12 doz. at $3.48, 12 doz. at $3.50. 12 doz. $55.70, 12 doz. at 

$4.62; sundry small supplies, $34.45 229 35 

Level Brothers, Toronto, soap, 75 cases at $3.85 288 "75 

McClary Manufacturing Co., Vancouver: grates for ranges, 14 at $3.20, 4 at $3.40, 3 at $3.70, 

6 .it $3.85; sundry small supplies, S20.81; less discount, $2 Ill 41 

McNeil, Welch & Wilson, Vancouver, 1 pr. grey geldings S00 00 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Winnipeg: twisted reinforcement, 10,391 lb. at $5.14 per 

cwt., 225 lb. at $5.29 per cwt., less freight, $149.14 396 85 

Marlatt & Armstrong, Montreal: bark skivers, 266j lb. at 13c: buff, 2341- lb. at 40c; chrome, 
472J lb. at 38c; duck, 65J yd. at 22c; harness leather, 71 lb. at 55c; oak welt, 169 lb. 
at 55c. 50 lb. at 45c; pebble leather, 220J lb. at 29c, 215J lb. at 27c; sole leather, 1,232 
lb. at 58c; Spanish sole, 2,003 lb. at 58c, 841 lb. at 42|c 2,832 63 

Carried forward 90, 054 40 



WE DEPAR1 i'/'\ T: KXPEND1 L— 39 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



British Columbia Penitentiary Continued. $ cts. 

Penltencler <lo la Colomble-Britannlque Suite. 

:.. f irward 00,051 -in 

Miscellaneous Expenses Continued Dipm 

Mayers, Jo - ph, New We tminster: coal. 98 56 ton 

1,978 82 

Moore, Luke P., d, 87i yd. al $1 15 . . 100 U 

National mioal Co. of Canada, Montreal: freight $1 I undry drusi upplies, 

$94 95 98 10 

Neilson, J. P., New We . i minster making 10 headei it l.ti laning and (ittinj " el of 

loekii repairing 2 roller bearings, $15; sundry small supplies, $72. 10.. . ISO 10 

i Machine anil I'ool Work . Buffalo: crumpi r, header and tand, Sit. 70 elbow 

andstand, $12.00; extra small turner and stand, 515.75; lieav; up 

machineand itand, 831.50; pipe folder, $16.80; Queen Citj groover, 37; slip roll former, 

. II; (v-iring machine I 514.70; sundry small supplie . 57.25 171 30 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: mazda tamps, 500 at $28 per h . meter, complete, $17.14; 

wire, 1,015 ft. at $12 .per M; sundry small supplies, $33.16; less discount, $1.40 20108 

t igilvie 1 lour Milk Co., Medicine Ha1 rolled ' ' . ■ 1,761 05 

Oxford Dairy Co., New Westminster: milk, 415J gal it I0i 262 53 

Oxford Manufacturing Co., Oxford: khaki. His; yd. at $1 55; pri on cloth, 1023 yd. at $1.75, 

1933 yd. at $1.40 1,144 03 

i a Son, Toronto chrome, 202J ft. a( 30c.; cutting nippei . I doz 

small supi lies, 119 50 . . . 92 18 

Pedlar People, New Westminster, ferro dove-tail plati 1,000 600 00 

Prizes for rifle and revolver competitions 50 00 

Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale, maintenance of in ai 104 ivk., 2 d. 

per week . ... 521 38 

Ramsay, A. & Son Co., Montreal: freight, 0c; paint, 60 gal. at $1.76, 40 gal. at 96c.; Iras 

discount, $2.88.. 141 18 

Reliabl Westminster, moving one house .... 77 00 

Renfrew Textile Co., khaki frieze, 453 yd- at $1.85 84 IS 

Robertson-Godson Co., Vancouver: cast iron flanges, 4 at $4.70, ilG 

ft. 8 I ■ P. Kennej flushometers, I at sin. plug . 31 al :5< , undry small 

supplie-. -.:<>. :;s. 1,.--. discount, $9.45 322 38 

Robin Hood Mills, Calgary: flour, 200 bri. at $7.90, 205 brl. at $5.55 2,717 77. 

Rosamond Woollen I 'o., Almonte: khaki cloth, 141 yd. at $2.75, I7>l! yd. ai si. 75; less .lis- 

. count, $6.20 . 304 14 

Geo. D. .V- Co., Montreal: underwear, 34 doz. at $6.05 

l. di-ci.nf, S1.51 210 40 

Royal lee Factory, Slew Westminster, ice, 13,900 lb. at 40c. per 100 lb 55 60 

Ryall, H., New Westminster, sundry drug supplies 24160 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, red check cloth, 100 yd. at $1.75 177) 00 

Simpson, Joseph, Sons, Toronto: drawers, 25 doz. at, $4.05. 20 do/.. loz. at 

$4.05, 13 doz. at $3.85; sundry small supplies, $3.90 30105 

Small & Bucklin Lumber Co., New Westminster: cartage, $51. 7.S; '■■-, M3perM., 

1,200 1,117 ft. :itS30.75, 840 ft. at $38.25; tir, 9,413 ft. at S12.50 per \1., 1,722 ft. 

at $13.50, 15,447 ft. at $13,. 75, 512 It. at $27.50, s,32>l ft. at K20.25, Isn ft n :-:;{. 25; flooring, 

1,100 ft. at, .$32, 415 ft. at $30; V joint, 900 ft. at S3n per M ; hingles, 751) at. s:;. •;, ,„ T M, 

21,000 at $2.05 per M; spruce, 1,000 ft at $16.75 per M; sundrj small ■;•■,[■., , sis.sn 1,066 92 

Trapp, T. J. & t lo., New Westminster: aluvite carborundum wheel-, 2 ai , 50 ft. 

at si. 5(1 ft . at tltl'.e., 50 ft. at 30}-c; handles, 4 doz. at $2.70; nails, 503 lb. at $5.39 per 10(1 

lb., 7 kegs at $5.25; picks, 2 do/, at $0; sash cord, 30 lb. at 60c; yd.at60c; 

smokeless cartridges, 1,000 at $00 per M., 1,000 at $21.25; tinned iron. 121 lb. at 20c; 

globe valves, 3 at $4.67, 3 at $1.36; sundry hardware, $209.67, 

failed Stales Steel Products Co., New York, triangle mesh concrete ,-. 7.250 

sq. ft. at $3.51 per 100 sq. ft 254 48 

Vancouver-Prince Rupert Meat Co.. Vancouver: beef, 55,711 lb. at lti>,c.-; lard, ISO lb. at 18c., 

300 lb. at 151c. , 360 lb. at 15e.; manure, 2 car-loads at $0; mutton. 102 lb. at 12c; sundry 

small supplies. $37.13 '. 0,206 82 

Vulcan Iron Works, Winnipeg: breeching for 2 horizontal boilers, $150. oilers, 

(60 in. dia., 16 ft. long), 2, S2.074 .. 2,224 00 

Welch, C. A., New Westminster: beans, 4,000 lb. at 6ic; butter, 336 i iffee, 100 lb. 

at 15c; lye, 4 cases at $4.90; liquid beef, 1 doz. at $11.75; peaches, 5001b. at 6ic; pepper, 

75 lb. at 19c; prunes, 500 lb. at. 9e.; rice, 700 lb. at 4c; salt, 1.S00 lb. at S0c, per 100 lb., 

500 lb. at 70c; soap, 500 lb. at 5c; sugar, 2,000 lb. at 71c, 300 lb. at SJc; syrup, 3,209 lb. 

at 3c; tea, 75 lb. at 24c, 406 lb. at 18c; yeast cakes, 20 boxes at $1.40; sundry groceries, 

$82.70 1 , 053 98 

Westminster Brewery, New Westminster, grains, 77 loads at S2 154 00 

Officers' Guarantee Insurance, premium, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 24 00 

Sundry small accounts 579 75 

Public Printing and Stationery Department: printing, $149.35; stationery, $294.95 444 30 

Carried forward 114,475 47 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1910-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



British Columbia Penitentiary— Concluded. $ cts. 
Ptinitencier de ia Colombie-Britannique — Fin. 

Brought forward 114,475 47 

Miscellaneous Expenses — Concluded — Depcnses diverses — Fin. 

Accountant's disbursements ($4,107.57) — 

Discharge allowance to convicts (152) 1,243 25 

Freight. $1,141.62; express, $121.59; postage, $84; tram tickets, $38; telegrams, $25.62; 

telephone, $163.35; water supplied, $961.14; sundry small accounts, $17.75 2,553 07 

Officers' travelling expenses 371 25 

118,643 04 

Less— Salaries of substitutes charged to War Vote (vol. IV) S 2,408 26 

Less— Freight, and sales 9 23 2,417 49 

116,225 55 

Penitentiaries, General Account— Penitencicrs, compte general. 

Archibald, W. P., parole officer, assistance to paroled prisoners 42 08 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange service, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916, S35.50; long distance messages, 

.$18.95 54 45 

Brill, Miss E. A„ stenographer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 454 20 

Dillon, G. A., purchasing agent: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $3,100; postage, $120; tele- 
grams, $2.55; travelling expenses, $12.10 3, 234 65 

Grant, Miss E., stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 752 00 

McLean, Mrs. J. J., stenographer, 2 m. to May 31, 1916 100 00 

Sundry small accounts (8) 86 60 

4,723 98 



1915-16. 


Justice Department: Revenue. 
Ministere de la Justice: Recettes. 


1910-17. 


Increase. 

Augmen- 
tation. 


Decrease. 

Dimi- 
nution. 


$ cts. 
43,164 82 


Summary— Sommaire. 


$ cts. 

60,190 63 

221 84 

1,638 00 

8,041 30 


$ cts. 

17,025 81 
81 16 
141 00 


$ cts. 








1,497 00 










5,324 46 




Penitentiaries— P6uitenciers. 






47,519 34 


70,091 77 


22,572 43 




11,341 68 


17,349 27 
8,218 08 
9,511 81 
7,187 41 
7,284 53 
5,809 01 
4,830 52 


0,007 59 
1,232 95 
805 18 
1,943 69 
3,712 33 
2,095 95 
1,228 12 




6,985 13 






8,706 63 






5,243 72 






3,572 20 






3,713 06 






3,602 40 












43,164 82 


60,190 63 


17,025 81 





8 GFORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1916-17 



PART 



LABOUR DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



RAPPORT DE L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 
1916-17 



PARTIE 



MINISTERE DU TRAVAIL 



DETAILS DES DEPENSES ET DES RECETTES 
1— lM 



M— 2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Labour Department: Summary of Expenditure. S cts. 
Ministere du Travail: Sommalre des dfboursfe. 

Civil Government Salaries '. (Page M— 2) 49, 116 35 

Civil Government < kmtingeneies, extra employees (Page M — 3) 910 11 

Civil Government Contingencies, stationery and sundries (Page M — I) 9.705 92 

Conciliation and Labour Act (Page M — 1) 34,901 4S 

Industrial Disputes Investigation Act (Page M— 5) 11 , 892 12 

Inspection of Machinery (Page M— 6) 10,771 87 

Unforeseen Expenses (Page M— 7) 2, 538 80 

Gratuities to Relatives of deceased officials (Page M — 7) 466 66 

War Appropriation (see Vol. IV for details) 85, 9S0 86 



206,284 17 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



Labour Department: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Ministere du Travail: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 

Government. 



Gouvernement 
civil. 



$ cts 



60 00 
90 00 
70 20 



54 16 
94 38 
92 50 

15 00 

43 75 
46 88 
80 00 

16 01 
80 00 
51 88 

8 33 

44 38 
80 00 

48 75 
60 00 
51 88 
57 50 

26 88 

40 00 

29 38 
^9 38 

17 50 

30 63 
30 63 
33 13 

30 00 



Minister — 

Hon. T. W. Crothers, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 



Staff — Personnel. 

Deputy Minister — 

F. A. Acland, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 1A— 

G. H. Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. IB— 

B. M. Stewart, 5 m. to Mar. 31 at $2, 100 

Div. 2A— 

C. W. Bolton, 9 m. to Mar. 31 , at SI , 600 

F. W. Giddens, 12 m. to Mar. 31 T . . . 

D. J. Halpin, 3 m. at SI, 650, July 1 to Jan. 17, at SI, 700 (appointed to 

Senate Reporting Staff) 

J. C. McKellar, 3 m. at SI , 750, 9 m. at SI ,800 

" private secretary, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

B. M. Stewart, 6 m. at SI, 850, 1 in. to Oct. 31, at SI, 900 (promoted). . 

E. A. Thomas, 3 m. at SI, 8.50, 9 m. at SI, 900 

E. Vincellette. 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2B— 

C. W. Bolton, 3 m. to June 30 at SI , 200 (promoted ) 

F. R. Bolton, 6 m. at $850, 6 m. at S900 

J. F. Compton, 3 m. at $900, 9 m. at S950 

W. W. Edgar, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. Mackintosh, Oct. 26 to Mar. 31, at SS00 less 12 davs in Jan 

F. Plant, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. P. Shields, 3 m. at SI, 000, 9 m. at SI, 050 

0. E. Somerville, July 1 to Sept. 15, at SSOO (resigned) 

private secretary, July 1 to Sept. 15, at $200 

D. J. Sutherland, 3 m. at S850, 9 m. at S900 

E. Williams, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3A— 

W. P. Ainsborough, 6 m. at S950, 6 m. at SI, 000 

H. G. Andrews, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. A. V. Lee, 3 m. at SI. 000, 9 m. at SI, 050 

E. M. Shearman, 12 m. to Mar 31 

Div. 3B— 

H. O. Davis, 3 m. at $500, 9 m. at $550 

" private secretary, Nov. 13 to Mar. 31 , at $200 

T. C. Dewan, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. F. Gorman, 3 m. at S550, 9 m. at $600 

H. H. Hall, 3 m. at S550, 9 m. at S600 

W. J. Killins, 6 m. to Sept. 30, at S650 (including $12.50 arrears Jan. 1 to 
Mar. 31 — deceased) 

1. McPhee, 9 m. at S600, 3 m. at S650 

M. Parish, 9 m. at S600, 3 m. at S650 

H. R. Runions, 9 m. at S650, 3 m. at $700 

A. M. Waterman, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



$ cts. 
7,000 00 



1,200 00 
1,800 00 

1,340 14 
1,787 50 
100 00 
1,083 37 
1,887 50 
1,8.50 00 

300 00 
875 00 
937 50 

1,600 00 
320 40 

1,600 00 

1,037 50 
166 65 
41 65 
887 50 

1,600 00 

975 00 
1,200 00 
1,037 50 
1,150 00 

537 50 
76 64 
800 00 
587 50 
587 50 

337 50 
612 50 
612 50 
662 50 
600 00 



Carried forward 



LABOl /.' in r \i;r\ii.\ i : i:\ ri.\ mrrin: 
SESSIONAL. PAPER No. 1 



M :: 



\l.:n. 
menta 



Fonda de 
mi raite. 



$ cts. 
1,961 26 



40 nil 
Hi no 
28 13 



Labour Department: Salaries ;it Ottawa. 
Minlstere <1» Travail: Appointemcnts a Ottawa. 



Staff I 'oncluded P < 

Brought forward 

Mi . etc 

[•;. ( 'aron, 3 m a) $550, 9 m al GOO 

.1. II. Lacelle, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. Rump, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

W. E. Williams, 9 m it S5 iO, ! 
remporary ( :ierks ($910 II I 

A. Dowd, Mar. 19 31 a1 - 

\ Pierce, Apr. 1 to Nov. 7 al $500 

M. E. Roughsedge, Julj 24 to Mar. 31 al $600 

i). E. Somerville, Apr. 1 to June 30 a I $600 

\ i: Switzer, Mar 8 to 17 al $500 

1.. Thompson, Feb. l'n to Mar. 10 al $500 



Civil 

i io\ ernmi nl - 



( louvei : 
civil. 



$ cts. 

16, 



587 :.n 

Mill Oil 

Mill (111 

562 Mi 

17 47 

301 38 

112 90 

150 mi 

13 44 

11 92 



All abatements made under Retirement Fund V it. 



M — 4 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V. A. 1918 



Labour Department: Civil Government Contingencies. $ cts. 
Miriisterc clu Travail: De'pcnscs contingentcs du gouverncment civil. 

Salaries al Ottawa (Page M— 3) 910 II 

Stationery Office supplies, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ($1,351 6 > 

Books printed, $273.80 blank books and seratel I S62 16 336 26 

Typewriters, 3, $264 50; typewriter rep lirs and supplies, $92 lili 357 Hi 

Paper and envelope-, $230 36; 1<-;it 525 "ill 255 86 

MacGregor's folders, $29.25; index cards, $126.76 156 01 

Multigraph ribbons, 12, $1S; sundry supplies $204.74.... 222 74 

Parliamentary publications 23 63 

King's Printer's account: printing, binding, etc 4,564 29 

Telegrams, $968.86; telephone tries ages, 587 80; postage, $341... 1,397 66 

Subscriptions to newspapers and publications 20 91 

Street car fares, $91; cartage, $93; express charts, $2S X5 212 85 

Sundry gratuities, $10: water, *22; sundry small item I ... 56 80 

Washing towels: Miss J. H. Lacelle, 12 m 50 %i 

Cab hire at Ottawa: Hon. T. W. Crothers. . . . 4 50 
Travelling; expenses: Hun. T. W. Crothers, $400; 1 . \. V-land, $556 :;ii; F,. X. Compton, 
$668.90; W. D. Killins, $216 97; F.Plant,$151 90; B.M.Stewart, $11.75; D.J.Sutherland, 

S40.50 2,046 32 



10,616 03 



Conciliation and Labour Act— Loi de conciliation el du travail. 

Correspondent at $325 per annum, Wellington Jeffers, Montreal, salary 325 00 

Correspondents at $21)0 or $225 per annum: .John ( 'hrow, Victoria, $20(1; P. C. ( )lancy, Halifax, 
$200; W. H. Coates, St. John, $200; Gabrielle de- M,->. Montreal, $225; M. C. Findlay, 
Toronto, $225; EelenGuttei idge, Vancouver, $225; Jas.J. Larkin, Ottawa, $225; Laurence 
Pickup, Winnipeg, $225; Hugh Sweeney, Hamilton, $225; -I- \\ . Wilkinson, Vancouver; 
$225; Harriet J. Williams, Winnipeg. $225: A Woonton, London, $200 2,600 00 

Correspondents at $150 or $175 per annum: T. W. Ban ton, Toronto, $150; Herbert Burnham, 
Brockville. $ro J,,- i ,u !m, Stratford, $150; Robt. Collier, Medicine Hat, $37 50; Roman 
Dorshell, Gait. $150; Win. Drever, Guelph, $150; .lis. Forsythe, Amherst, $137.50; 
Edmund Fuleher, Brandon, $150; J. C. G ai 1 mcton, $150; Hewlett Green, Niagara 
Falls. $175; Alex. Gregory, Chatham, Qnt., $150; E. Hollingsworth, Sault Ste. Marie, 
$12.50; P. J. Jobin, (Juel.ec $150; J. A. Kiliingsworth, St. Thomas, $175; W. B. McNeill, 
Regina, $150; John Ma 150; John Moffatt, Dominion, C.B., $175. 
F. A. Monk, K, v, A. Munn-. \!oo~eiaw, S137 5(1; G. E. Patterson, Medicine 
Hat, $150; Fred. ('. Pci y 1 'ernie, $150 i Phaneul Si Hva inthe, $150; Geo. Sturdy, 
Regina, $150; Stephen Welheiser, Berlin, $150 J E Voun/. i ':il; try. $150 3,550 00 

Correspondents at $125 pel ranum Moise Bourdeau, S' ,1 >hns. {in >., $125; J. M. Childerhose, 
Cobalt,$93 60; C. Cliffe, Sault - Marie, 104; 11. L. Coulthard, Frederieton, $125; L. 
Cousineau. Gatinean Point, $125; John Daisley, Prince Albert, S125; A. C. Day, St. 
Catharines, $125; Edw. Dunn, Braritford,$1 ' John ! ales, Sherbrooke, $125; A.Farmilo, 
Edmonton. $62 10; P. C. Foley, Edmonton, $52; B D. Grant, New Westminster, $62.40; 
Carl Green, Haileybury, $62.40; Harold Hale. Orillia, S125; Philip Harrison, Belleville, 
$125; Fred. J. Hughes, Windsor, $31.20; ('. E. Hulett, Saskatoon, $125; R. A. N.Jarvis, 
Newcastle, $125; Herbert Keefe, Nelson, $125; Frank Lendrum, Cobalt, $41 60; C. W. 
Lunn, Truro, $125; D. M. MacCorkindale, Prince Rupert, $114 40; Hugh McQuarrie, 
Westville, X.S., $125; J. M. Ritchie, Lethbridge, $125; Jos. J. Ryan, Three Rivers, 
$125; F. Salter, Prince Rupert, $125; J. A. Sharp, Peterborough, S125; James Shaw, Owen 
Sound, $125; A. E. H. Spencer, Nanaimo, $125; Geo. H. Tanton, Charlottetown, $114.46; 
P. Thompson. ( lakville, $125; R. G. Thompson, Windsor, $93.60; F. Urry, Port Arthur, 
$125; A. P. Vanesse, Sorel, $125; Wm. Yates, New Westminster, $52 3,759 00 

Clerks employed at Ottawa on statistical work for Labour Gazette: M. II. Black, June 26 

to Mar. 31 , at $500 per an., $:;si 88; E. G. Wright t 7 m. to Oct. 31, al $500 per an., $291.62 673 50 

Advertising in connection with the Labour Gazette: London Trades and Labour Council 

Souvenir, $50; loo, m,, In 'mi Laboui Council S ,'enirand Program, ■950 loo 00 

Toronto District Labour Council, Toronto, 250 copies of Labour Day Souvenir and Program. 50 00 

The Bradstreet I lompany, subscription to agency, 12 m. to Dec. 31,1017 50 00 

Expenses in connection with the Western Coal Miners' Dispute 1*714.41) — 

Thomas Biggs, travel and living expenses, Fernie, B.C., to Ottawa and return, Dec. 31 

to Jan. 13. 

David Rees, travel and living expenses, F'crnie, B.C., to Ottawa and return, Dec. 31 to 

Jan. 9 , 

R. A. McClymont, Ottawa, travel and living expenses on trip to Western Mines, Feb. 19 

to Mar. 16. ..... 

Fred. G. Perry, Fernie. B.C., stenographic services and expenses 

Robert Brydie, Calgary, attendance al inqui j transcribing cvidei , etc 

Macintosh & Hyde, Calgary, preparing statistic^ relative i i cosl of living in westpni 
towns 

Carried forward 



LABOUR DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Conciliation and Labour \<< Concluded. Lol de conciliation ct du travail. 

Brought forward U. 

Ser\ ices and expen es re the Thetford Mines Dispute ($161 50 

I Carreau, Thetford Mines, trip 1 tawa, July, 1916 ervio Id at S10 travel and 

In inp expen a . - ' 50 

I...1 I,. Rousseau, Thetford Mines, trip to Ottawa, July, 1916 service Id at$5 travel 

and living expenses, 828 50 I 

Joseph Vallee, Thetford Mines, trip to Ottawa, July, 19 rvices, 4 d il -l r« I 

and living expenses, $28 50 11 50 

G. Sculnick, Montreal, expen es to Ottawa ol three representative ol the Walgamated 

( llothing Workers of America, to confer with the Ministei res| ting n idit in the 

clothing industry at Montreal 19 65 

S i;,l .nw, ..i .-,.:,,- lent W. [I. Coatcs, St John, $10; M: ii I . i .ronto, 

$20 

Subscriptions to sundrj newspapei ;and periodicals 

Small accounts: annual dues, $5; freight and eai tage, $5 95 I' 1 9 i 

Public Priming ami Siaimiini I vpt , i >t tawa: printing Labom Gazette, 12 ] Mai SI, 

I.mi,i,.',ii ,■,,,, i..-. S|7.'.i7l I,.'; reports "Wholesale Price I !,670 19; index to Lai 

Cnyttr, S'Jiili; mailing lists, $L".I'.I IS; forms. Sl':i7 5.S; envelopes, 15,000,8190 58; circulars, 

5,000, $41 45; .-aids. 3,000, $12 10; detailed, 1915 16, $1,300 81; less paid in 1917 18, 

$767.52.. 



34,! 



Industrial Disputes Investigation Ail. 
I>oi des enquetes sur les dtfTerends industriels. 

'oal Company and Employees ($791 60) 

ices and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice K. Coat worth, chairm 

;:;r; s<r \\. n. i 'ha-,-, s-j-jo <H. i; II. Mm™ , $212 80 



Witness fees, 44 al si H "0 

Algoma Central and Hudson Baj Railway and Employees $639 39) 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. .Insure Colin G. Snider, chairman, 

SHIS 10; D. Campbell, $284 54; F. H. McGuigan, $141 05 533 69 

Witness lee- and expenses I i las Booth, $17 65; John A. Dent, $17 65; J. 1 .. I I idfn . 

$16.95; J. D. M Phail,$18.25 ! P. Ralully, $16.95; Joseph Whelan, $18.25 105 70 

Brantford Municipal Railwa m . ion and Employees {232.75 

ees and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice Colin G. Snidei m, $71; 



F. W. Frank, 
Witness fees: H. CTemenhageii 53.75 A J. Parmenter, $3.75 



Canadian Northern Expic-.-t o and l.mplovee- $22:; in,- 

Servicesof members of Board: D. Campbell. $55; John 1 Haif .5 110 00 

\. Seholev, Edmonton: witness fees, 20 d., $30; railwaj fare to Winnipeg and return 

including berth. $4') 10. I, mel expenses at Winnipeg. 20 d., $40 113 10 

( 'anadian Northern Railway and Maintenance of Wa) Employees, Eastern Division >• 1 . -■>'.' • 
Services and expenses n*f members of Board; Mr. Justice 1! I> Omni, ehairman, s:;i','i ' 

P. H. Rieh.iiiUi.n. s:;;,| :;o ; G. D. Robert-on, $272.22 ... 993 11 

Witness fees and expense-; W. J. Coughlin, Port Vrthur, $31 20; W. Crampton, Smith's 
I. ill . s.'a _'a: P. H. Pljozdal, Warroad, Minn. $48 75; A Frakes, Joliette, P.Q., 
* s:'i, 2.5; ,1,,-epl, l.a, ,.ste Joliette, P Q . $26.25; G.J. Moggs, Vermilion, Vita , $58 70; 

C. Parnell, Trenton, Ont., $22 50; 11. St. Cyr, L'Epiphanie, P.Q., 826 95 265 3o 

Canadian Northern Railway and Maintenanceof Way Employees, We -tern Division ,$l,s4s ja 
Ser\ ices and expenses of members of Board: E. L. Taylor, ehairman, §:!2il 7.5; D. < 'amp- 
bell. $336 54; Wm. I Iross, $335 992 29 
Witness fees and expenses- \\ . Aspinall, Edmonton, $48 75; D. Atchison, Lloydminstcr, 
$48 7a; P. p. Cue],, Hope, B.C., $93 7.'.; P. F. Firkins, Lytton, B.C., $94 25; F. II. 
||'l.jozdal, Warroa.l, Minn.s'.is 2.5; ( '. King, Portage la Prairie, $89 75; G. C. Leech, 
Dauphin, $12 75; Allan McLay, Brandon, $96 50; G. S. Moggs, Vermilion 
R. .1. Noyes, Winnipeg, $16 25; James Pasely, Portage la Prairie, si I 25; .1 Poloney, 

Ethclbert, Man., $83.50; I'.W I , Grareton, Minn., $75 156 OU 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. and O me I'clographei 5636.72) 

Services and expenses of members of Board: E. L. I'aylor, chairman, $100 92; John'l . 

Haig, £102 .1 t ' B -. . (227 10 ! ■" " 

Witness fees and expenses:,!. P. Campbell, Vancouver, $57 60; Thomas Carrothers, 
Montreal, $57 20; Fred Pix, Winnipeg, $7 50; S. J. Konenkarap, Chicago, $76 90 
II. Lynch, Winnipeg, $7.50. 206 ill 

('anadian Pacific Railway Co. and Engineers ($707 32) 

Services and expenses of members of Board ; I. L. Taylor, chairman; $140 85; D. Camp- 
bell, $155 all; .[. Pill, la, lo, $151', :vl 

Witness! md expenses .) B. Bryson, Medicine Hat, $29 90; W G ("hestei Montreal 

$17 70. E. II. i looke, Mo isejaw, $26 50; Wm. Crowe, I lalgarj , 532 10; (i I Daly, 

Winnipeg, $1 50; W. J. Devlin, Medic Hat, $29 25; \\ \ Kennedy, Calg 

$35 40; R. M. P r, Calgary, $27.70; .1. I '. Rooney, Ottawa, $24 60 

Carried forward 6,338 13 



M — 6 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 101G-I!)n 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Industrial Disputes Investigation Act — Concluded. S cts. 

I-oi des enquetes snr les differends industriels— Fin. 

Brought forward 6,338 43 

( Canadian Pacific Railway and Maintenance of Way Employees and Trainmen — 

J. C. Rooney, Ottawa: railway fare and sleeper to Chapleau, $20; living expenses, 28 d. 

at$3.50 118 00 

Fredericton and Grand Lake Coal and Railway ( )o. and Employees ($403.97)— 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice R. D. Gunn, chairman, $86.46; 

Chas. D. Richards, Slid .it; (1. I). Robertson, S93.72... 290 72 

Witness fees and expenses: A. Barton, St. John, $20 25; A. McGovern, Toronto, 110.60; 
William Morrison, St. John, J19 75; B. J. Quilty, St. John. $33 30; A. Sherwood, 

Fredericton. $19 60; J. Swift. St. John, $19 7.". 113 25 

Grand Trunk Railway and Maintenance of Way Employees iSl.069 65) — 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice R, D. Gunn, chairman, $201.13; 

F. H. McGuigan, $348; G. D. Robertson, $304.52 913 65 

Witness fees and expenses: G. A. Baker, Palmerston, Ont., $15; E. H. Carter, Muir, 
Mich., $17; G. H. Cummings, Bryant's Pond. Me., $20.75; F. Foster, Craigvale, 
Ont., $15; J. G. Geraldi, Kinburn. Ont., $20.75; A. Holmes, Bluevale, Ont., $15; 
J. Mainhood, Toronto, $5 50; L. Seeburger, Durand, Mich., $17; James Shaw, 

Lindsav, Ont., $15; M. J. Wilson, Port Dover, $15 156 00 

( r.N.W. Telegraph Company and Telegraphers ($1,098.65)— 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice Colin G. Snider, chairman, 

$196.80; D. Campbell, $431 .55; F. H. McGuigan, $223 '.Ml 852 25 

Witness fees and expenses: H. Bott, Toronto, $2.50; Thomas Carrothers, Montreal, 
$25.90; G. F. Hines, Montreal, $32.40; S. J. Konenkamp, Chicago, $62.65; C. E. 

Malette, Winnipeg. $111 .70; T. B. Murray, Toronto, $11.25 240 40 

Moosejaw Electric Street Railway and Employees — 

Services and expenses of members of Board: J. H. Wellington, chairman, $105.55; James 

Somerville, $100; James Thomson, $101 306 55 

Ottawa Corporation and Water Works Employees ($265) — 

Services of members of Board: H. P. Hill, chairman, $80; G.A. Crain $90; J.C.Watters, 

$90 260 00 

Miss F. A. Heming, ( Ittawa, services typewriting 5 00 

Ottawa Electric Railway Co. and Employees — 

Services and expenses of members of Board: H. P. Hill, chairman, $110; G. F. Henderson, 

$147.65 257 65 

Quebec Railway Light, Heat and Power Co. and Employees ($459.10) — ■ 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice C. E. Dorion, chairman, $110; 

A. Galipeault, $110; Hector Laferte, $221 .10 441 10 

Witness fees, $8; messenger, 5 d. at $2 18 00 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway and Employees ($548.75) — 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice J. O. Dromgole, chairman, 

$172.50; E. G. Henderson, $155; Magnus Sinclair, $203.25 530 75 

Witness fees, 18 at $1 18 00 

Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway and Employees ($444.50) — 

Services and expenses of members of Board: Mr. Justice Colin G. Snider, chairman, 

$125.50; Geo. S. Kerr, $135; James Simpson, $159 419 50 

Witness fees 25 00 

Western Mine Operators and Employees ($380.60)— 

William Graham, Fernie, B.C., travel and living expenses, trip to Ottawa, Nov. 23 to 

Dec. 3, 1916 182 80 

D. Rees, Fernie, B.C., services, $15; travel and living expenses, trip to Ottawa, Nov. 23 

to Dec. 3, 1916, $182,80 197 80 

P. J. Jobin, Quebec, expenses in connection with Davies. strike at Lauzon, P.Q 1 00 

Telegrams in connection with the foregoing disputes: C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph, S13'J . 55; G.N.W. 

Telegraph Co., $60 . 12 199 67 



11,892 12 
Inspection of Machinery— Inspection des machines. = 

J. 1). McNiven, Vancouver, inspector: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $2,175; travelling expenses, 

Apr. 4, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, $800.76 2,975 76 

Narcisse Arcand, Montreal, inspector: salary, Apr. 24 to Aug. 31, 1916, $529.16; travelling 

expenses, Apr. 24 to Aug. 11, 1916, $328.90 858 06 

E. N. Compton, Ottawa, inspector, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,500 00 

F. E. Harrison, Calgary, inspector: salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,524.99; travelling 
expenses, Mar. 29, 1916, to Apr. 4, 1917, $1,373.64 2,898 63 

II. S. Hood, Winnipeg, inspector: salary, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1916, $875; travelling expenses, 

Apr. 29 to Nov. 29, 1916, $93.91 968 91 

W. D. Killins, Ottawa, inspector, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,500 00 

Rent of telephones: J. D. McNiven, Vancouver, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1917, $24; F. E. Harrison, 
Calgary, Oct. 21, 1916, to May 31, 1917, $31.10; N. Arcand, Montreal, 3 m. to Sept. 30, 
1916, $9.93 :.... 65 03 

Remington Typewriter Company, Winnipeg, packing and shipping typewriter 5 48 

10,771 87 



LABOUR DEPARTMENT: WXPENDITl RE M — 7 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

I 'n foresee 11 Kxpenses Depenscs imprewies. $ ,.|s. 

Commission I" inquire mi" labour conditions in industries producing munitions of war in 

Toronto and Hamilton ($984 30 
Mr. Justice Colin G. Snider, commissionei . sei \ ices, 9d.al - '". travel and disbui laments, 

$25 M .......... 205 .Mi 

.I. \. McClelland, Montreal, commissioner: mm- vices, 9 d al $20; living expen e-,s_V 207 on 

Wm.Inglis, Toronto, commissioner: services, 9 d. at $20; travellini expense ,$17 197 00 

E. Nield, Toronto, reporting at Toronto sittings of Commission 199 20 

K. I . Sadleir, Hamilton, stenographei 's services at Hamilton sittings 120 60 

Witnesses called and who gave evidence, fees, II a1 $1.25 .-,:, no 

( lommission to inquire into tin- Thetford Mines dispute 

i'- A. 1-;. Blanchet, commissioner, services, 22 d. at $20; travel, ami disbursements, 

$111. 15 551 1.'. 

Commission in connection with the mining industry in Cobalt and district ($1,003.35)— 
Mr. Justice E. < loatsworth, commissioner: services, I'J il.at $20; travel ami disbursements, 

SI40 J«'. 
E.T.Corkill,( topper* 'HIT, commissioner: services, 12 I. at $20; travel and living expenses, 

$84 75. 
Joseph Gibbons, Toronto, commis ionei services, 12 d. at $20; travelanddi but 

$58 34 . 




Gratuities of 2 Months' Salary lo Relatives of Deceased Officers. 
Gratifications de 2 mois de saiaire aux parents d'ofBciers decides. 

Legal representatives of the late Victor Dull! euil , clerk 366 66 

Mother of the late W. J. Killins, clerk Hill mi 



M— 8 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 191G-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 





Labour Department: Revenue. 








1915-16. 


Casual Revenue. 

Ministere du Travail: Revenn. 

Revenu casuel. 


1916-17. 


Increase. 

Augmen- 
tation. 


Decrease. 

Dimi- 
nution. 


$ els. 


Casual Revenue— Revenu casuel. 

Labour Gazette — Gazette du Travail. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 






965 80 
37 35 




121 SO 






9 00 






Sundries — Divers. 












10 00 




7 87 










1,133 82 


1,013 15 
6 35 




120 67 


71 












1,006 80 




121 38 









8 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S. REPORT 
1916-17. 



PART N 

LEGISLATION 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



RAPPORT DE L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 
1916-17 



PARTIE N 

LEGISLATION 



DEPENSES EN DETAIL 

1 In 



N— 2 



AUDITOR GEI-ERAL'S REPORT, 19161911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Legislation: Summary of Expenditure, 1916-17.— Legislation: Sommaire des dfpenses, 1916-17. 



Page in 
Part N 



Senate — 

Salary of Speaker— under Statute 

Salaries and C 'ont ingencies 

Indemnity and Transportation — under Statute 

House of Commons — 

Salary of Speaker— under Statute. 

Salary of Deputy Speaker 

Officers' Salaries 

Expenses of Committees 

Contingencies 

Publishing Debates 

Sergeant-at-Arms' Estimate 

Indemnity and Transportation — under Statute 

Compassionate allowances 

Library of Parliament — 

Salaries 

Books for General Library, including binding 

Books for Library' of American History 

( 'ontingencies 

Printing, printing paper and binding 

Printing, binding and distributing Annual Statutes 

Contingent expenses re Voters' Lists 

( 'ontingencies, Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 

Provincial Voters' Lists 

Elections — under Statute 

Miscellaneous — 

Private Secretary to Speaker of Senate 

Private Secretary and clerical assistance to Hon. J. A. Loug- 

heed 

Private Secretary to Sir Geo. H. Perley 

Gratuities 



3.977 77 
104,708 49 
186,525 75 



3,892 44 
2.000 00 
197,260 98 
49,260 87 
43,906 28 
47.769 16 
59,396 76 
508,637 90 
11,000 00 



31,235 90 

16,064 47 

989 42 

12,027 67 



■M ii I. n 

1,200 00 

S99 99 



60,317 46 

300,919 69 

15,561 75 



10,456 63 
3,786 79 
16,828 81 
25, 535 07 



LEGISLATION : I 1 ri \ DITl RE 



N 3 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fondsde 
retraite. 



Senate: Salaries at Ottawa Concluded. 
Senat: Appoiiitements a Ottawa. 



t 

hi; 



►160 I") 
'*73 mi 

(ill mi 

•68 mi 

! 



'125 mi 
'114 152 
•125 00 
* 21 45 

' IS 25 

'115 00 



".12 .Ml 

;;i; no 
87 .Mi 



{» 8 1)1 
'33 mi 

•'75 OH 

I". in 

»*65 mi 



•24 1)11 
t42 (1(1 



•*40 00 

"4(1 00 
"40 00 
•'40 00 
•'4(1 00 



Speaker, Hun \. i ' . 1' li. Landry, 2 m. to May 31, 1916, a1 $4, I 

Speaker Hon. Joseph Bolduc, June 3, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, at *4,ooo . 
i 1, i K of the Senate, S. E. St. 0. Chapleau, April I, 1916, to Mar. 14, 1917 
$5,000 (superannuated I. ....... 

Clerk of the Senate, \ E. Blount, Mar. 15 to Mar.31, 1917 al $5,000 

in -i I livision A — 

( lhambers, E. .1.. 12 m. to Mar 31, 1917 

( ireighton, J. G. \.. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Gross, 11 , 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917... 

Horton, A., 1 m. tit $3,000, m to Mar. 31, 1!'I7 al $3,100 

Lelievre, S.. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Voung, .1. ( '., 12 in. lo Mm 31, 1017 



First Division B — 

Bouchard, J., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

i 'hapman, W., 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1917 (deceased). 

.!<■ Montigny, I... 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Emmerson, II. H.. Jan. 18 to Mar 31, 1017. at $2,100 

Halpin. I). J., Jan. 18 to Mar. 31, 1917, al $2,100 (transferred from Laboui 

Dept.) 

Hinds, A. IF, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

LeMoine, J. df St. Denis, 12 m. to Mat 31, 1017 

Nicholson, Bvron, 12 in. to Mar. HI, 1017 



Second Division A — 

Benoit, H. A., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 
Choquette, .1. \.. 12 m. to Mar. ill. 1917 
.lours, C H., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 



■ on,] I livision H 
i larleton, John, 12 m. to Mar II, 1917 
( larneau, A. I... 12 in. to Mar. ::!. 1017 
O'Neill, W. J.. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017, 
Roy, A.. 12 in. to Mar. Ml. 1!U7 
Weston, T. B., 12 in. to Mar ".I. 1917, nl 51, 



Third Division A— 

\ he, Edward, 12 ra. to Mar. 31, 1017 
I'., .ul, r. Ernest, 12 in. to Mai 31, 1917 
I.arose, (.'lias. H.. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 
O'Brien, Miss K I '., 12 in to Mar 31, 1017 
Pelletier, .1. H . 12 m, to Mar. 31, 1017 . 
Wood, X. Mr. I,,, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 



Messengers — 

( larleton, J. ('., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017. 
Dalaire, A., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 . 
(iilnian, H., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017.. 
Maekie, R„ 12 ill. to Mar. 31, 1017 . 
Perkins, W. I)., 12 in. lo Mar. 2,1, 1017. 



' lharged as follows:- 

Speaker's Salary, under Statute. 
Salaries and ( lontingencies 



•Superannuation Fund No. 1; ISuperannuati 
Those not marked, ineligible to contribute. 



Fund No. 2; {Completed 35 years; ''Retirement Fund- 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Senate: Salaries and Contingencies. 

Senat: Appointements et depenses contingentes. $ cts. 

Salaries at Ottawa 63, 274 66 

Sessional and extra stenographers to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

Akers, Miss S. L., $150; Carleton, Miss G., $121; Gordon, Miss M. V., $120; Huestis, 
Miss A. C, $150; Laframboise, Miss 11., $177.97; O'Learv, Miss G, $113.90; Quay, 
Mrs. L. S., $113.90; Renaud, Miss M. B., $265.66; Ryan, Miss A., $113.90; Thorns, 
Miss R. A., $113.90; Tucker, Miss F., $275.36; Wildridge, Miss J., $275.36; Bedard, 

Mrs. C., opening and prorogation, $30 2 , 020 95 

Preparing synoptic reports, to Mar. 31, 1917, at $40 per wk., A. B. Hannav, $511.43; at $15 

per w., E. Fortier, $97.50; J. A. Fortier, $94.30 703 23 

Specially employed to Mar. 31, 1917 ($1,960.53)— 

Batterton, E., mail carrier, session, $3 per d., recess $10 per m 448 03 

Gravelle, Thos., fireman, 365 d. at $2 730 00 

Whitmore, Jos., house carpenter, 313 d. at $2.50 782 50 

Sessional and extra messengers to Mar. 31, 1917 ($3,232.50)— 

Boucher, J. E., 49 d. at $3, 9 d. at $2, advance on account of session 1917, $145.50 310 50 

Boyle, B., 49 d. at $3; Derouin, J., 49 d. at $3, 149 d. at $2, advance on account of session 

1917, $222 814 00 

Graham, W. W., 87 d. at $2; Lariviere, J., 49 d. at $3 321 00 

McDonald, J., 49 d. at $3, advance on account of session 1917, $222 369 00 

MoByoy, C., 49 d. at $3, advances on account of session 1917, $100 247 00 

O'Leary, J., 49 d. at $3, advance on acc't of session 1917, $100 247 00 

Home, W. R., 49 d. at $3, advance on acc't. of session 1917, $222 369 00 

Watson, C., 49 d. at $3, 93 d. at $2, advance on acc't of session 1917, $222 555 00 

Sessional and extra pages ($732)— 

Bell, A., 49 d. at $1.50; Couture, M., 49 d. at $1.50 147 00 

Hall, R. 49 d. at $1.50, advance on acc't of session 1917, $72.75 146 25 

McArthur, C. N., 49 d. at $1.50, adv. on acc't of session 1017, $72.75 146 25 

Paquette, R., 49 d. at $1.50, adv. on acc't of session 1917, $72.75 146 25 

Robert, L. H., 49 d. at $1.50, adv. on acc't of session 1917, $72.75 146 25 

Electrician, Mahon, M., 49 d. at $1.50, adv. on acc't of session 1917, $72.75 146 25 

Reporting debates, balance session 1916, Holland and Bengough, $3,400; on acc't of session 

1917, Thos Bengough, $400 3,800 00 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, $403; messages, $2.5.30 428 30 

Borbridge, S. & H., leather trunks, 5 at $50, 4 at $45; stationery trunks, 100 at $2.25; file 

sticks, 500 pr. at 15c 730 00 

Bristow, M. G., rent of typewriter, $10; repairs, $2.75; Carleton, Mrs. B., washing towels, 

55 doz. at 40c 34 75 

Carleton, John, allowance in lieu of quarters 650 00 

Chateau Laurier, apartments, etc., Speaker Landry, $571.54, Speaker Bolduc, $64.25 635 79 

Chelsea Grove Spring, water, $70; Electric transfer Co., cartage, $31.75 101 75 

Grand's Typewriter Supply Co., 2 claraphones, $10; sundries, $10.17 20 17 

Henderson, C. G, typewriter repairs, $15; Hope, Jas. & Sons, magazines, etc., $24.25 39 25 

Holbrook, G. M., official suits, 2 at $65; official gowns, 1 at $85, 1 at $75; pages' suits, 3 at 
$23; messenger's suit, $26; official sword, $35; official hats and cases, 1 at $30, 1 at $20; 

1 pr. trousers, $12; 9 pr. gloves, $13.50; sundries, $15.40; cleaning and pressing, $17.25 528 15 

Kavanagh, Bros., brooms, $8.85, sundries, $20.30; Landreville, M., cab hire, $45 74 15 

Lindsay, C. W., piano hire, $13; Marshall, E. W., vacuum cleaner, $49.50, cleaning linen and 

packing book cases, $27.40 89 90 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd., 63 yd. flannelette, $13.86; 121 yds c. cloth. $15.13; sundries, $9.45 38 44 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., repairs to steel case, $13.20; sundries, $4.50 17 70 

Ottawa Sanitary Laundry Co., laundry, $54.11; H. E. Parish, pica type, $21.50, repairs, etc., 

$8.50 84 11 

Preston, Geo. E. & Sons, official suit, $40; Pritchard-Andrews, 1 numerator, $7.50; brass and 

rubber stamps, $9.53 57 03 

Skarf, E. & Co., typewriter repairs, etc. $40.30; Thorburn & Abbott, magazines, etc., $477.47. 517 77 

Thornton & Truman, locks and keys, $13.70; Twin City Ice Co., ice, 12 m., $127.95 141 65 

Wilson, Jas., framing 3 pictures, and 3, mirrors, $36.20; Wright, R. H., 5 wreaths, $50.65 86 85 

Newspapers, etc. for reading room, $1,389.26; telegrams, $55.77; postage, $315 1,760 03 

Freight and express, $13.42; car tickets, $10; gratuities, $10; accounts under $10, $38.70.. 72 12 

King's Printer, $5,624.98; stationery office, $12,188.44; Government publications, $14.04 . . 17,827 46 
Clerical services to Leader of the Opposition, allowance to Hon. H. Bostock, balance session 

1916, $200; on acc't session 1917, $150 350 00 

Charwomen, permanent, to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1 per d. Bond, M., $365; Boucher, E. C, $365; 
Bradley, E., $365; Derouin, A., $365; Gauthier, M., $365; Laberge, M., $365; Labbe, 
L., $365; McDonald, E., $214; McMeekin, M. A., $365; St. Jacques, $365; Tubman, K., 

$365 3,864 00 

Charwomen, sessional and extra, to Mar, 31, 1917, at $1 per d 

Donnelly, M., $123; Evans, O., $123; Foley, A., $123; Godbout, D., $123; Lough, M., $123; 

Robertson, F. A., $49 664 00 

Extra help at Speaker's dinners " 25 00 

104,708 49 



! I V/nV; I \ri \ hill UII 



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SESSIONAL PAPER Nc. 1 



Paymi nl 



The Senate: Indemnity and Transportation. 
Senat: Indemnity's ct allocations <le voyage. 

916-17, 



Miscellaneous: The Senate. Divers: Senat. 



Salary of S. Lelievre, private secretary to the speaker ol 
I A, li. Hinds, 12 m., $6i 
I. A. Knox, in i Knox, 2 m., 850 










III) 




l!M 



ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



House of Commons: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Chambre des Communes: Appointements a Ottawa. 



"250 00 

*t 83 33 



"153 75 

.-.7 I'll 



*72 00 
*5S 00 



•121 25 
•47 50 



} 



*140 00 
►140 00 
♦140 00 
►121 25 

*140 00 
"140 00 
•140 00 
•140 00 
*140 00 
♦140 00 
•140 00 



•140 00 
•105 00 
*47 50 

•71 25 
*140 00 



I 



Speakers -Hon. A. Sevigny, Vpril 1, 1916 to Jan. 7, 1917 

Hon. E. N. Rhodes, Jan. 18 to Mar. 31, 1917 

Deputy Speaker, .1. II. liamville, session 1917 

Clerk of Commons, T. B. Flint, 12 m. to Mar, 31, 1917 

Parlimentary Counsel, F. II. Gisbome, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

First Division A — 

Bi auehesne, A., 3 m. al 83,000, 9 in. at $3,100 

Cameron, D. \V., 6 m . at $2,800, m. ul -SJ.'.MKi 

Chapleau, J. R. E., 12 m. to Mar, 31, 1017 

Foley, Jas. G., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Hartney, E. P., 12 m. to Mar. 31 1017 

Horton, A., 2 m. to May 31, 1917 (transferred to Senate) 

King, R. P., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917..., 

Laframboise, L., 9 in. at $3,300, I m. at $3,400 (superannuated). 

Owens T. P., 3 in. al SM.DIHI, in. at $3,100 

Smith, 11. R., 12 m. to mar. 31, 1017 



*115 00 
*121 25 



First Division B — 

Blue, C. S., 9 m. at $2,400, 3 m. at $2,500 . 

Bowie, 11. VV., :; m. at $2,300, 9 m. at $2,400 

Boyce, C. W., 3 m. at $2,100, 9 m. at $2.200 

Cairns, W., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Campbell, A. C, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Charlier, E., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Dalton, Jas., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Dela Durantave, G., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Desaulniers, D. L., 12 m. to Mar. Ml. 1017 

Desjardins, A.. 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1017 

Dunbar, R. C, 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1017 

Foran, J. K„ 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1017 

Fortier, A., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917... 

Galbraith, F. W. S., in. at s:> inn. :;>,,. af >_',500 

Gascon, W., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Gerin, L., 12 m. to Mar. Ml. 1017 

Girard, P., 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1017 at $2,800, less 7M d. at $2.60, military i 

Hughes, F., 12 m. to Mar. M.l, 1017 

Labine. G., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Larose, W., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Lassalle, L., 12 m. to Mar. 31 1917. 

Marceau, J. O., 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1917 

Mill>, N., 12 ni. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Moffet, F., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Oliver, H. E., 12 m. to Mai-. Ml, 1017 

Panet, L. C, 3 m. at $2,300, m. at $2,400 

Robidoux, N., 3 m. at S2.MIMI, o in at $2,400 

Simpson, G., 12 m. to Mar, 31, 1917 

Todd. W., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Tremblav. R., 9 m. at $2,600, M m. at ?2,700 

Troop, A. G., 12 m. to Mar. Ml, 1917 

Young, E. C, 9 m. at $2,400, 3 m. at $2.500 



Carried forward. 



SI 7 20 

5, I 

5,(11 II I Oil 



3,075 ml 
2,850 no 
3,600 mi 

3,600 i"i 
500 mi 

■.'.■■ i 

3,075 ml 

4, i on 



2,375 nit 

2,500 on 

2, Min on 

2,800 mi 

2,700 on 

2,800 on 

2,800 no 

2, Mill 00 

2,800 00 

2,800 HO 

2.S00 00 

2,800 on 
2,800 on 

2,01" 20 

2,800 no 

2,800 00 
2,800 "ii 

2,81 'i 

2,100 no 
2,375 mi 
2,375 no 

2,800 00 

2,300 "0 

2,425 U0 

130,400 97 



N— 6 



AUDITOR GESERAVS REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 191! 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



House of Commons: Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 
Chambre des Communes: Appointements a Ottawa— Suite. 



$ cts. 



*102 50 

**82 50 

• S| 25 

"SO 63 

•105 00 

"10 16 

"94 38 

*102 50 

•34 75 

II.-. no 

*105 00 

"90 00 

Mi S.S 

N.-, 11(1 

•105 00 

12 511 



*34 75 
*105 00 
"S2 50 
"SS 13 
'102 50 
- 86 ss 

*36 00 
"69 46 
"S5 00 
"34 80 
si; ss 
"82 50 
"94 38 

"SO 00 
*32 00 
"53 75 
"67 50 
"23 32 
•11 25 
"70 00 

"60 00 



J 

34 72 

t 

40 00 
40 00 

t52 50 
40 00 
40 00 
13 32 

*18 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
37 50 

t31 50 

50 00 
40 00 



Brought forward 



Second Division A: — 

Arsenault, H. P., 3 m. at SI, 700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Baril, J. W., 3 m. at $1,650, 9 m. at $1,700 

de Bellefeuille, L., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Bernard, P. M. E., 3 m. at $1,7C0. 9 m. at $1,750 

Briand, J. M., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Chadwick, F., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Chagnon, L. J., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Chartrand, P. J. A., 6 m. at $1,600, 6 m. at $1,650 

Chewier, A., 9 m. at $1,600, 3 m. at $1,650 

Clapin, S., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Colwell, C. F., April 1 to May 5. 1917 at $2,100 

DAstous, L.J. 3 m. at $1,850, 9 m. at $1,900 

Dansereau, L., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Deacon, J. L., 3 m. at $1,700. 9 m. at $1,750 

Desaulniers, E. L., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Dickson, W. H., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Duckett, C. E., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Fauteux, E., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1.750 

Horton, A. E., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Howe, T. S., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Keliher, J. T., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Lachaine, M., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Lavoie, J. M., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Lemieux, F. X., 3 m. at SI, 700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Matthews, C. A., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Ouiniet, P. G., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Owens, H. T., 9 m. at $1,750, 3 m. at $1,800 

Paradis, O., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Saucier, F. X. R., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Sherwood, B. W., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Sherwood, H. ('., May 19, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,600 

Smith, J. H„ 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Terrault, F. A., 3 m. at $1,650, 2 m. at$l,700to Aug. 31, 1916 (resigned)... 

Therien, J. G., 3 m. at $1,700, 9 m. at $1,750 

Tremblay, J., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Trudel, H., 3 m. at $1,850, 9 m. at $1,900 

Second Division B — 

Castonguav, J., 12 m. to Mar, 31, 1917 

Dube, W., 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917 

Dun, J. T., 6 m. at $1,050, 6 m. at $1,100 

Glasier, A., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Godwin, J. L.. 4 m. to July. 31, 1916 at $1,400 (deceased) 

Montgomery, T. R., 6 m. at $800, 6 m. at $850 

Naubert, E., 12 m. at Mar. 31, 1917 

Third Division A — 

La'onde, W. F. A.. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Not classified — 

Hugg, C, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Permanent messengers ($16,010.99) — 

Boudreault, G. A., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Boulet, L„ May 19, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $800. 

Connolly, P., housekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 

Ebbs, Thos., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Fortin, L. D., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

George, Chas., restaurant curator, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 (and apartments) 

Gibson. Geo.. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Greer, F. C. B., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Harmon, E., 4 m. to July 31, 1916 at $800 

Holder, G. W., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Moreau, L. P., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Morin, E., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Pinard, H., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Spencer, S. S., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Stewart, C. R., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 • 

Stewart, T., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Thompson, W. G., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Turner, G., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 



Carried forward . 



LEGISLATION : EXPE \ nil I RE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Abate- 
ment 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



156 no 
30 00 

(9g (Hi 

6 



si I 



House of Commons: Salaries at Ottawa Concluded 
Chambre des Communes: Appointements a Ottawa l in 



Brought forward 

i Parliami m • . !00 

Alex;. ii. In. 'I \\ .. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917. 
Boii in, i II 12 in to Mar 31, 1917. 
Davidson, R. B . 12 m. to Mar 31, 1917 
I eniaj . A . 12 i Mar 31, 1917 

arged as follows. 
Speaker's salary, under Statute 
Deput\ Speaker's Salarv 
Officers' salaries 

Sergeant-at-Arms' Estimate (Page V 9) 

Printing oi Parliament Page N 13) 



I .''.'i 



:; 392 I! 
2,000 mi 
197,260 98 
16,010 99 
7,200 00 



226,364 II 



"Superannuation Fund No. I; tSuperannuation Fund Ni 
inr.it Fund. Those not marked, ineligible to contribute 



ipletod 



House of Commons: Committees, Sessional Clerks, etc. 
Chambre des Communes: Comites, clercs sesslonnels, etc. 



.,$206 25; Bonneville, J. A. 
n,., $91 93 



Speakers' Secretaries at §450 per annum: Blanchet, B., 55 
$42 50; Danis, J. M., 2 m., $75; Macdonald, J. L., 2- 

3e ional and extra clerks to Mar. 31, 1917; — 

Brown, A , 27 .1 at $5, 52 d. at $2 50; Beauchesne, A., 21 d. at $5, 52 d. at 82 50; Belanger, 
A., 21 d. at $4, 52 d. at $2; Bertrand, A., 21 d. at $5, 52 d. at $2 50; Bergeron, .1-. 21 d. 
at $5, 52 d. in $2 50; Brousse lu, \ . 21 d. at $4. 52 d. at S2; Bonneville. J. A , 12 d 
at $3; Brodeur, A., s ,1. at s.V ( 'lit'f. E. P , 28 d at $5, 45 d. at $2 50; I louthier, \ ., 
7:; ,1 at $5, 244 d at St, I 'ole, I >., 21 .1 at $5, 52 d at $2 50, special all. usance. -,-m..ii 
1916, l27d.at$l;Charrier, J. E.,317d. at $3 25; I hagnon, M.J. S.,21 d.at 54,52 d. 
at $2; Danis, J M 235 d at $5; Gauthier, J. A., 212 d at $4; Giguere, J. L., 73 d, 

at $5; ( Irey, R., 21 d. at $4, 52 .1 at 62; Hi Iton, II. II . 317 d. at $5; Hastej . R. P., 

66 d ins;, 29 d at $2.50; Healey, E. \\ , 317 d. at $4; Johnston, H., 21 d. at $4, 52 d 

' K. lly, T., 21 d. at $5, 52 .1 at $2 50; Lafleche, F. J., 4 d. at so; Macdonald, 

.1 I 119 d. ai $5; Macdonald, C. E., 35 d. at St. 31 d. at $2, overpaid, S4; 

Meneillev, C. «., '-'1 .1 at 84, 52 .1 at S2; Morris. E. I... 7:; d. at $5, .'It d. at St. 

Meredith, II. H, 21 .1 at $5 52 .1 at $2 50; Morrisey, T. I).. 21 .1. at $5, 52 .1. at 
$2 50; Newton, W. .1. E., 317 d. at 84; Retallack, S. G., 21 .1. at S5, 52 d. a1 S2 50; 

Rogers, F., 21 .1. at S4. 52 .1. at S2: Hoss. \. II.. 7:; .1 at $5, I .1 at $3; Stevenson, .1 

II ,21.1 at So, :,2,l. at S2 all. \\ llllanis. ( '. , 21 .1 at -.:>, ..2 . 1 .a t -2 50 



Mi 



oil. Miss J., 
Miss M. 1... 
. VV. A., $166 



-s V. 



rd. and $2 50 perd. during adjournment 

$330; Moodie, Miss K . $330 
als. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 55 pet .1 - Bi 

, $1,540 

. 31, 1917: Anderson, Miss J. \V. R., $1 10 I i; 
•.., $129; Barbes, Mrs I). B., M74 25 
(',:; 33; Bonneville, L. X.. $6 46; Brown, Vli - 
ev, Miss K . $179 04; Crawford, Miss M.. 



Mi 
V. B 



V M..SI. 



Mi 



.1. Mi 



Mi 



\\ . 



I. M 






\ $186 30; Li r, Mi- M . sis.", ss. Mad, maid, Miss V. 5124 98; Mathieu, Miss M., 

$127 36; Menu. Mrs. T. J., $122 04; McEwan, Miss M. E., 8260 30; McKinley, M 
$122 02; McKinley, Miss J., $127.40; McLeod, Miss B. A., sis:; 88; Naftel, Miss A. [., 
sis! 16 O'Regan, G., S170 58; Patterson, Miss II. A., $120 66; Perkins, Miss II 
$120 7ii Ri.llev, Miss II. M . 8118 2S; Rouss. au, Miss M .. 593 74; Rov, Mi-,- .!.. ■ 
Salley, Miss E M 5122 04 - I un nier, Miss \ M $1 16 IS; Sirois, Miss B., 8118 24 
Slinn Miss L $120 66 Jtotesbun Miss 1 S126 02 - tllivan, Mi • M.. 8113 70 
Miss G V. S186 30 Taillon Miss'j 542 50 Turgoon. Miss R. A., $1S1 54 ' 

M . 512(1 7(1; Weilbrenner. Miss \ I. . 5183 SS; Wright, Miss I. M ,$129; Wright, Miss 
I . $39 66; Booth. I!., page, 53 50 

Carried forward. 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



House of Commons: Committees, Sessional Clerks, etc. — Concluded. 
Chambrc dcs Communes: Comites, clercs sessionnels, etc. — Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 28 , 274 66 

Bristow, M. G., typewriter rent, $286.52; repairs, $8 294 52 

Federal Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, etc 45 25 

Lowe-Martin Co., 7,000 folders, $141; 120 sets manila guides, S102.S4; 10,000 cards, $26.20. . 270 04 

Mofl'et, G. M., repairs to dictaphones 21 65 

Ottawa Typewriter Co., 1 t.w. desk, $27; rent, $20; repairs, $36 S3 00 

Walsh, Mrs. G. A. C, examiner for stenographers 5 00 

Returned Soldiers' Committee Session, Jan. IS to Mar. 31, 1917. 
Comile des soldats de retour du front, Session du 18janv. au 31 mars, 1917. 

Services and expenses of Committee meetings at Toronto and Montreal: Thos. Bengough, 
$183.05; V. Cloutier, $253.89; L. A. Cusson, $20.50; W. H. Dickson, $591.94; M. F. 
Johnston, $477.75; Miss M. Lambert, $10; M. de V. Richard, $33.25 1,570 38 

Expenses of witnesses: W. Drinnan, Vancouver, $56; Dr. J. G. Evans, Kingston, $28; J. A. 
Guilfoyle, Calgary, $48; A. C. Hay, Winnipeg, $99.50; H. W. Hart, Victoria, $56; Herbert, 
G. H., Saskatoon, $136.90; Hill, J. H., Victoria, $56; H. Hodgson, Calgary, $48; W. A. 
Irwin, Edmonton, $196.50; G. H. Jones, Regina, $32; Mrs. Kuhring, St. John, $40.95; 
F. W. Law, Winnipeg, $99.50; L. E. Lowman, Woodstock, Ont., $16.40; W. A. Macdonald, 
Edmonton. $40; W. B. MacCoy, Halifax, $56.20; John McRae, Winnipeg, $99.50; A. 
Pearce, Winnipeg, $99.50; Chas. Robinson, St. John, $40.95; Jas. Robinson, Vancouver, 
$251.65; H. E. Stafford, Vancouver, $251.65; H. Stutchbury, Edmonton, $40; Dr. Thos. 
Walker, St. John, $S; Geo. Wells, Calgary, $48; balance of advance to Sir H.Ames, refunded 
in 1917-18, 80c 1,850 00 

32,414 50 
Detailed in 1915-16 16,846 37 



49,260 87 



House of Commons: Contingencies. 
Cbambre des Communes: Depenses contingentes. 

Alarie, Alfred, indexing House of Commons Journals, at $5 per d 100 00 

Annual Review Pub. Co., Canadian Annual Review for 1915 1, 260 00 

Barton, Miss M. J., services, Mar. 18, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $75 933 87 

Basken, Dr. J. T„ attendance on W. Hill. $75; Batterton. E., carrying mails, $1,209.06 1,284 06 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, $2, 166.23; Bonneville, J. A., Tvping 2.4S2 folios, $124. 10 2,290 33 

Borbridge, S. A- H., 260 trunks, $585; Bordeleau, C, messenger to Pointing Bureau, $309.75. . 894 75 
Bowen, A. W. & Co., history of Nova Scotia, $25; Bristow, M. G., tvpwriter rent, $45, repairs, 

$132. 60 202 60 

Canada Law Book Co., Supreme Court Reports, $18; Canadian Facts Pub. Co., 300 copies 

" Facts," $60 78 00 

Canadian Law List Pub. Co., Canadian list 1916 and 1917 24 00 

Canadian Parliamentary Guide, $50; Clairoux, ()., cartage, $17.50 67 50 

Cromarty, R. R., parliamentary procedure, $21; Crowell, E., indexing journals (vote 361), 

$1,500 " 1,521 00 

Dominion Express Co., $10.29; Eddy, E. B. Co., 4 cases towelling, $30 40 29 

Federal Typewriter Co., repairs, $131 .75; Gernaey, E., floral cushion, $30 161 75 

Hope, Jas. Sons., magazines, $32.25; Hutton, J., messenger to Printing Bureau, $308 340 25 

Lacroix, A., engrossing address, $10; Landreville, M., cab hire, $16.75 26 75 

Langelier, Judge C, 2 books, $10; Langton, T., 10 cases toilet paper, $135 145 00 

London Guarantee and Accident Co., premiums on bonds for accountant and assistant account- 
ant 90 00 

Mortimer Co., 300 members' railway passes, $16.50; 6 binders, $16.50; 1 punch, $16; 355 

wrappers, $15. 15 64 15 

Newspapers and other publications for reading room 2, 120 90 

Popham, G. H., 6 sets checks 30 00 

Rhodes, E. N., allowance in lieu of official quarters at $15 per d 1,095 00 

Secretary- to Leader of the Opposition, J. L. Giguere 600 00 

Storey, D., upholstering and repairs to furniture 75 75 

Stationery Office, $29,456.77; Distribution Office. $153.95 29,610 72 

Taylor, R. J., printing 150 forms, $31; telegrams, $56.50 87 50 

Watterson, Dr. T. A., attendance on W. Hill 127 00 

Accounts under $10 (6), $21.11: postage. $614 635 11 

43,906 28 



LEGISLATION: EXPENDITURE H — 9 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



House of Commons: Publishing Debates. 
Chambre <les Communes: Publication des debuts. $ c ts. 

1917: ] 

i ; ,.,-, Miss P 
Miss L., S235; Michaud, Miss J., $70; Moi 
Semp G., Turcotte, ] 

Sundry ' larke. [•'. W., \., 

i et, Miss A., $42 I; ] 

A., $38 80 
Birks, Henry & Son . clo< k, $50 I ■<; al I 52 0U 

$395 44; King's Printi r, printing !i. 

Detailed in 1915 16 



709 16 



House of Commons: Serjeant-at-Arms Estimate. 
Chambre des Communes: Credits du sergent-d'armes. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Pago N -5 16,010 99 

Messengers, sessional anil nli-i to Mar. 21. 11117 ($9,57.). 13) — 

Armstrong, J., 21 d 2',; I'.ailev, R., 21 d. 3P5 18 
Bell, W. O., 21 d. at ■ . Hoileaii, J.. 21 d. at S3.25, 52 d 

Boles, T., 22 d. at $3.25, 148 d at $2, 93 d. at $1.75 

Bond, R. L., 21 d. a S1.62J; Boulais, D., 21 d. al $5.25, 52 d. al SI. 621 305 4s 

Bonneville, J. A., 34 d. at $1. 75; lirisbois, E., 21 d. at $3.25, 25 d. at $1,625 .. 21224 

Brisson, J. B., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d at $1,625; Brunette, J., 10 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at $1.621... 269 7:; 

Carisse, A., 16 d. at $3.25; Dawson, K., 21 d. at $:;.25, 52 <1. at $1.62 204 74 

Dodd, J. J.,21 d. at $3.25, 52d. at SI.62'.; K"an. II. .1.. 21 d. at ;■ '. .'.i ■ i •■ ' 305 48 

Farrell, P., 21 .1. at $:; 25 I ;,/-■ laid. !•;., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at $2.25. 253 50 

Gauthier, I., 2] d. at S3. 25. 52 d. al $1.62',; ( lautliier, .1. A., 78 d. at $4, 20 d. at $3.25 .... 520 74 

Grant, L. W., 21 d. at $3 25, 52 d. at $1.62J; Hill, W . 317 d. at s;; 25 1,182 99 

Holland, A. H., 21 d. at -5.25, 52 d. at S1.62J; Hollander, J., 21 .1. tit S;;.25, 52 d. at.Sl.625.. 30.5 4S 
Kinnear, J., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at 81.62'.; Lallaiiimo, N'., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. al -1 62j 

Leduc, I.., 41 d.at $3.25, 52d. at$1.62J 523 22 

Leger, II., 21 d. at S3. 25. 52 d at $1.62|; Lortie, i 2! d. ai s.3 25, 52 d. at S1.62J 305 48 

I. ussier, E., 75 d. at S3 25; Let, airmail, ( )., 21 d. at S3 25, 145 d. at $2, 116 d. at $1.75. 70S 50 

McClure, S., 21 d. a . nM.62',; Mel )„nald, .las., 2S .1. at $5.51), 3S d. at $1.75.. 317 24 

Mel luire, .1. E , 21 d. at $3 25. 52 d. tit 81.624; McLeod, \., 21 d. at $3 !5, 52 d, al $1.62|. 305 4S 

Martin, J., 21 d. at S3. 25. 52 d. at $1.62'.; Mavne, G., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at $1.62 5 305 4S 

Morrison, A. J., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at SU.2'.: Nicol, J., 21 d. at $3.50, 145 d. at $2, 106 d. 

at $1.75 701 74 

Nolan, M., 2s .1 at s:; 5n ;.s d tit $1.75; I [\ ' , 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at $1.625.. .. 317 24 

Ogden, M .1 C., 21 d. at $3.25, 52 d. at $1,623 Ouellette, Z., 21 d. at$3.25, 52d i 305 48 

Pearson, A., 21 d. tit $3.25, 52.1. til . — , .I..2UI at $3.25, 52 d. at S1.62J 305 48 

Samoisette, J. A.. 21 d.at S3. 25, 52.1. at SI 62' Sander.,, \\.,2! d.at $:;.25, 52 d. at $1.625.. 305 48 

Tousignant, J. W., 21 d.at >3.l5, 52 ,1. ai si 62 rurcotte, J. 0.,9 d. at $5.25, 52 d. at -1.62'. 266 48 

Turgeon, J., 7 d. at $3.25; 52 d. tit $1 .625 , . . 107 24 

Pages, sessional, to Mar. 51, 1917 ($1,731 

Archambault, R., 21 d. at $1.75, 52d.atS74c. 82 24 

Booth, R., 23 d. at $1.75, 50 .1. at 874c 

Capbert, E., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at 874.C .... 82 24 

i lapello, V.. 21 d. at $1.75, 52 .1. at N7V 82 24 

I larke, F., 21 ,1. at si. 75. 52 d. at N7'.e 82 24 

Dale, Digby, 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at 874c 82 24 

Desmarais, \\\, 17 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at S7|c 75 24 

Desjardins, J. (.'., 73 d. al $1.75; Dunn, C. H., 21 : . at 874c 209 99 

Hawn, D., 21 d. at $1.75. 52 d. at S75e 82 24 

Hodgkinson, W., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at S74c. 82 24 

Latour, G., 21 d.at $1.75, 52 d.at 874c 82 24 

Menchini, T., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at 87|c 

O'Meara, E., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at s7V . 82 24 

Peat, F., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at S7'.e . 82 24 

Plamondon, S., 21 d. at $1.75. 52 d. at 87§c 82 24 

Provost, A., 21 d.at $1.75, 52 d.at 87Jc... 

Richards, M. de V., 21 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at S74c 82 24 

Robertson, P.M., 16 d.at $1.75, 52 d.at 87 ■ 73 49 

Spenard, A., 10 d. at $1.75, 52 d. at 874c 62 99 

Teskey, C, 21 d. al si .75, 52 d. tit 87fc 82 24 

BakerLaundry Co., laundry, $133.11; Bate <S 10.70 243 SI 

Birks, Henry & Sons, storage on silverware $15 i .23 50 

Carried forward 27.592 73 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 191{ 



House of Commons: Sergeant-at-Arms' Estimate — Concluded. 
Chambre des Communes: Credits du sergent-d'armes— Fin. 

Brought forward 



Bryson-Graham, Ltd., 173 yd. c. flannel, $44; 75 yd. k. flannel, S26.20; 2 sectional eases, $77; 

20 doz. glasses, S15; 5 doz. brooms, $35.25; 6 doz. whisks. $18; 72 cuspidors, $39.60; 

re-covering sofa, $12; sundries, $10S.97 

Cameron, G., refrigerator, $75; Chateau Laurier, Speaker's room, 569.89 

Cleghorn & Beattie, upholstering furniture. $32.17; Crown Laundry, laundry. $79.75 

George, C, amount voted to replace losses caused by fire, Parliamentary Restaurant 

George, C, allowance in lieu of official quarters, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1916 

Holbrook, G. M., official gown. $85; official suits, 1 at $82, 1 at S70; hat, $15; messi ngers' 

uniforms, 1 at 535, 1 at $30; 2 pr. trousers, $16; sundries, $17.75 

Hope, .Jas. & Sons, binding test roll. S25; Larose, J. B. jr., 6 chairs, S198; wardro 

desk, $66; office tilter, $33; vertical fil.-. $25.50; bookcase, $24.50 

Major Hill Taxi and Transfer Co., taxi hire 

Mappin & Webb, 12 butter dishes. $00; 10 doz. sundae glasses, $13.50; 6 doz. cream-. $13.20; 

2 doz. glasses, S12; sundries, $15.68 

Marshall, A. J., painting and decorating restaurant 

Marshall, E. W., cleaning carpets and curtains 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd., 60 yd. towelling, $18; runners, 1 at $13.75, 1 at $11.50; table cloth, $10; 

tea cloths. 1 at $8.50, 1 at $5.50, 1 at $5; o\ doz. doilies. $12.85; sundries, $2.55 

McKinley & Xorthwood, slicing machine, S30; 3 water coolers, $43.50; 2 garbage cans, $11.50; 

6 grocery tins, $10.50; repairs, $20; sundries, $122.67 ...... ..... 

National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada. 50 lb. gum arable, $22.50; brushes, combs, etc., 

$13.45 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 10 sections, basr and top, $52.10; Orme, Ltd., victrola repairs. 8I2S. 
Ottawa Artificial Ice Co., ice 12 m., $210; Ottawa Electric Co.. vibrator, etc.. $28. . . 

Parker, R. & Sons, cleaning curtains 

Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, laundry, $202.76; Tally-Ho water, $383.10 

Smith, H. R., allowance in lieu of official quarters, 2 m. to June 3, 1916 

Thornton & Truman, 5 towel racks. $22.50; repairs, $9.25 

Wilson, Jas. & Co., repairing paintings damaged by fire 

Cartage, $19.76; carfare, $15.15; accounts under $10, $42.24 

Charwork. permanent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ($6,074)— 

Byrne, C, $365; ( 'roteau. M., $365; Dewhurst. S. L.. $600 

Dooner, M., $365: Grenier, M., $364: Ingram, J., $365 

Johnston, A., $365; Lacelle, M., $365; McCourt, M., $365... 

Munro, ('.. $365: Rov, ('., $365. >t. Amand, M., S365 

Sherman, L., S365; Stinson, A., $365; Valicruette, P., $365 

Wilson. J 

Charwork, sessional and extra, to Mar. 31. 1917 (SI. 2601— 

Bradley. J., $47; Bradley. M.. $13: Chevrier, K., $47 

Cleland. M.. $47; Condell. M.. $47; Dallaire, M., $47 

Divoegies, ( '., $47; Doodev, M., $47; Fitzpatrick, E., $47 . 

Godin, M.. $47: Guertin. E., $47: Herbert, G., $47 

Herbert, J., $47; Kilt, M., $47; Lacourse, M., $47 

Langevin, L.. $47; Latour. X., $59; Lemieux. R., $47 

McAllister, M., $47; Marier, M., $47; Pelletier, V., $47 

Plante, A., $47; St. Martin. M., $47; Stapletbn, E., $6". 

Spearman. M., $47; Walsh, M. E., $47; Welford, E., $47 
Servants, sessional and extra, to Mar. 31, 1917 ($1,051.17) — 

Cairns, F.. $1.5$.; ( 'harl ■mmeau, W.. $141 ; Duffy, F.. $32.21 

Gordon, B.. $57.56; Griffiths. S.. $12.85; Jacques, F., $69 

King, G. F., $57.46; Leader, T. R.,' $19.36; Smith, R., $148 

Stewart, E. B., $148.79; V< (6.94... 

Extra help preparing for session, etc 

L. C. Panet, services as Ass'i leputj 3ergeant-at-Arms to Mar. 31, 1917 (voted 

Gratuity on retirement, A. MacMillan, sessional messenger 

Gratuity, widow of the lat" J. I && tiger 

Amount refunded to casual revenue by P. W. Dept., on account allowance for Speaker's 

quarters 

Detailed m 1915 10 



$ cts. 
27,592 73 



376 02 
144 80 
111 92 
5,000 00 
200 00 

350 75 

452 00 
96 00 

114 38 
65 20 
21S 92 



238 17 

35 95 
ISO 10 
238 00 

17 00 
585 86 

80 00 

31 75 
779 ts 

77 15 

1,330 00 

1.094 00 

1.095 00 
1,095 00 
1,095 00 

365 00 

107 -00 
141 00 
141 00 
141 00 
141 00 
153 00 
141 00 
1.54 00 
141 00 

331 21 
139 41 
221 82 
355 73 
46 75 
395 16 
500 00 
500 00 

116 60 

12.37:1 25 



House of Commons: Indemnity and Transportation. 
Chambre des Communes: Indemnites et allocations de voyage. 

Payments on account of sessioi VI i 



LEGISL L770.A : / \ PE \ mil Rl 



N 11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



House of Commons: Compassionate Allowances. 
Chambre des Communes: Allocations de sympathle. $ cts. 

To provide compassionate allowance to Madame I aplante, widow of the late J. B. R. Laplante, 

who lost his life whili lutj during the fire which destroyed the Parliament Buildii 

Februarj 3rd and Uh, 1916 

To proi ide eompi late allow m ol ' 000 to each ol the familii ol Uphon i Di iard 

Si . Alphonse Desjardins, .Ir , and Randolph Fanning, who lost their live in pel 
.1 their duties during the fire which destroyed the Parliament Buildings, Februarj 3rd 
and Uh. 101C C.000 00 

Miscellaneous: House of Commons. Divers: Chambre des Communes. 

Private Secretary to Sir I leo. II Perlcj . T. B. I 'ole, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

( Iratuities— 

Widow of late J. I!. R. Laplante, Asst. Clerk of the House of Commons 

Mother ol late Johi I ' iodwin ..... 



2,099 99 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fun. Is. I. 
retraite. 



S cts 

t 

mil 00 

t 
I 



50 63 
80 mi 
71 25 

60 00 

00 00 

iii 00 
35 mi 

.,1 92 

in mi 
16 mi 
■in on 



r, 7. -, mi 



Library of Parliament: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Hililint lieiiue (111 Parlemeut: Appointenieuts a Ottawa. 



31. 



General Librarian 

A. D. DeCelles, 12 in. to M 
Parliamentary Librarian — 

M J. Griffin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 1 A— 

L. P. Svlvain, :i in at s:;,t;nn, :; ,,,. at 83,700 

A 11. Todd. :; in. ai s.;.,M>o, n „,. at s::.r,nn 
Div. 1 B- 

M. C. Ma.i 'miliar, 12 in. to Mar. 31 
Div. 2 B— 

A. M. W. Carter, 9 m. ai $1,000, 3 m at 51,050 

i >. S.. all. iv. 12 in. to Mar. 31 

A. H. Wharton, 9 m. at $1,400, 3 m. at 51,450 lin.du.i in- si ' .Ml .invars 1915-16) 
Div. 3 A— 

B. Chevrier, 12 in. to Mar. ill 
J. (1. Pigeon, 12 in. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3 B— 

A. F, Patterson 12 m to Mar 31 

H. D. Throop, 12 m. to Mar. 31.... 
Messengers, etc. — 

\ iubry, housekeeper, Jan 12, 1916, to Mai 31, 1917. at $900 

.1 \. H.'au.lry, 12 in. to Mar 31 
ton, 12 in to Mar 31 

H.J. Meiklejohn, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



5,000 00 
5.000 00 



3,625 I"' 
3.575 00 



I. Mill I n 



1,200 00 

SOU llll 
700 00 

1,098 40 






'Superannuation Fund N"o. 1. 



ipli ted. Balance Retin 



N— 12 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Library of Parliament — Concluded— Bibliotheque «lu Parlement— Fin. $ cts. 
Extra assistance — 

Argue, J., sessional and extra messenger, 365 d. at S3. 25 1, 1S6 25 

Choquette, A., sessional and extra messenger, 365 d. at $3.25 1, 1S6 25 

Payments for Books and Periodicals — Paiemcnts pour liters ct , 

Abbatt, New York, $41.75; Allen, E. G. & Son, London. Eng., ?6, 136.61 6.178J36 

Beauchemin, Ltd., Montreal, S634.29; Bowen, A. W. & Co., Halifax, $25 659 29 

Brault, G., Ottawa, $3S; Breton, P. N., Montreal, $31.50 69 50 

Briggs, Wm., Toronto, $42.15; Burroughs & Co., Calgarv. $10.50 52 65 

Canada Law Book Co., Toronto, $160.95; Carswell Co., Toronto, $127.72 288 67 

Choquette, E., $12; Clapin, Svlva, Ottawa. $16.50 28 50 

Clark. A. H. Co., Cleveland, $19; Clarke & Clarke, Montreal. $19S.13 217 13 

Cote, Lydia, Ottawa, S20; Desjardins, L. G., Ottawa, $12 32 00 

Ducharme, G., Montreal, $51.15; Garneau, J. P., Quebec, $11. SO 62 95 

Gaulon, H., Paris, $1,790.14; Girard, R., Ottawa, $12 1,802 14 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., Toronto, $31.50; Goodspeed's Book Shop, Boston, $75.15 106 65 

Gosselin, A. H., St. Charles de Bellechasse, $43.65; Historical Publishing Co., Toronto, 

$106.25 149 90 

Hope, Jas. & Sons, Ottawa, $1,4SS.90; Horn, John, Ottawa, $40 1,528 90 

Julien, Mde. H., Montreal, $10; de Lachevrotiere, F. C., Quebec, $10 20 00 

Laflamme, A. A., Ottawa, $135.S0; Lafontaine, M. R., Ottawa. S206.37 342 17 

Langelier, Judge, Quebec, $10; Law Book Co., of Australasia, $31.57 41 57 

Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Co., Rochester, N. Y 62 50 

Lefebvre, J. A., Montreal; $10; Little, Brown & Co., Boston, $843.70 853 70 

Lowdermilk, W. H. & Co., Washington, $570.63; Morang, Ltd., Toronto, $10 580 63 

Magdeleine de Yercheres Chapter, I.O.D.E., Ottawa 25 00 

Morrison, J. L. & Co., Toronto, S20.70; National Law Book Co., Toronto, $21.45 42 15 

North American Indian, New York, $300; Ottawa Printing Co., $38 338 00 

Roy, R., Ottawa, $13; Scribners, Chas. Sons, New York, $374.0S 387 08 

Thorburn & Abbott, Ottawa, $24.50; Verrault, A., Ottawa, -$14.05 38 55 

Wilson, H. W. Co., White Plains, $52.13; Wilson & Lafleur, Montreal, $210.85 262 9S 

Accounts under $10 (51 ) $235.17; Directories (6) $30.50 265 67 

Subscriptions to newspapers, associations, etc 334 81 

General Expenses — Dipenses ge'nerales. 

Caron, L. Z., $10.60; Duford Ltd., $17.60; McKinlev & Northwood. $22.35 50 55 

Malette, L., $21.26; Pinard, A. A. & Sons, $15.25 36 51 

Ottawa Typewriter Co., $24.25; Ottawa Wine Vault, $49.75 74 00 

Plaunt Hardware Co., $10.60; Pringle, R. H. & Co., $18 28 60 

Express, $54.73; freight, $96.59; car tickets, $27; gratuities, $11.75 190 07 

Postage, $465; washing towels, 13 m., $22.75 4N7 75 

Telegrams, $182.37; sundries, $40.S6 223 23 

Linton, Thos., use of binder's tools, 12 m. at $12; sundry supplies, $6.60 150 60 

Charwomen to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

Ambrose, B., S365; Armstrong, M., $365; Bourque, E., $426: Gagne, E., $454; Lapointe, 

C, $500; Taillefer, F., $469 2,579 00 

Roy, D., 12 m. at $2 -. 24 00 

Desloges, Mrs. F. X., acting caretaker, 2 m. at $100 200 00 

Aubrey, Napoleon, allowance in lieu of quarters, Jan. 12, 1916. to Feb. 2S, 1917 366 13 

King's Printer, printing, $69. 6S; binding, $6,529.75 6,599 43 

Stationery office, supplies 927 74 



29,081 56 



Charged as follows — 

Books for general library 16, 064 47 

Books for library of American history 989 42 

Contingencies 12,027 67 

29,081 56 



LEGISLATION 7 : EXPENDITURE N— 13 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Printing, Printing Paper and Binding. 

Impressions, papier d'lmpression el rellure. 

Salaries at Ottawa Page — \ 

I !\i ni mi- : ■( u;-rr, \V. Johnst 52d.at$1.62J 

Agriculture Department 

Auditor < ieneral's office. , 

A i . li i \ . ■- l tepart ment 

( 'nil Service < lommission. .... 

( Customs 1 )epartment 

External Affairs Department 

Finance I lepartmeni 

Indian Affairs Department 4,755 49 

inland Revenue Department 

Interior Department 

Justice Department 

Labour Department 1,380 06 

Marine and Fisheries Department . 11,142 77 

Militia and I lefence I >epartment 

Mines 1 (epartment 

Naval Department 6,087 , r >. r > 

North West Mounted Police 

Post Office Department 5,675 00 

Public Works Department 

Railways and Canals Department 14,5 

i' of State Department 

Senate, House of Commons and Library of Parliament 57,293 16 

Trade and Commerce Department II, 783 79 

< leneral 1,844 ill 

Detailed in 1915-10 34,81196 



Less— overcharged in 191 in 142,569.90; Senate, $2.55 42,572 45 

300,919 69 
Printing, Binding and Distributing the Annual Statutes. 
Impressions, reliure et distribution des status anuuels. 

Department of Public Printing and Stationery, printing, etc.: Statutes, 1915, Vols. I and II. 
Eng., 12,300 copies, $6,313.59, less paid in 191.5-16, $3,887, Vols. I and [I, French, 2,750 
copies. niies, 1916, Vols. IandlI.Eng., 7,096 copies, $6,911.97, Vols. I and II, 
French, 2,0 967.43; engraving on copper, coat of arms, $34.75; printing, 1.(100 
sheets, SI. 09 . . 1.5 ,561 75 

Expenses in Connection with Voters' Lists. 
Dfpenses en rapport avee les listes electorales. 

Salaries at Ottawa I Page T— 3). 6,814 17 

Clerical services at Toronto 88 79 

Department of Public Printing and Stationery — 

Printing: voters' lisls, .52,246.31; index and ballot paper books, $67.95; forms, $67.50; 

envelopes and letter heads, $16.01 ■_■ 197 77 

Stationery, etc.: Burroughs' adding machine, $441; typewriter-. ::. : i i4.5n; typewriter 

rent and repairs, $40.18; linen paper, 56 boxes, s 1 lines, $49.50; 

wrapping paper, 7 rm.. $46.30; twine, 200 lb., $94; letter filing ease, $47.2.5; sundry 

stationery items, $99.39 ', 1 , 265 56 

Express and freight, $26.59; telephone messages, $5.15 31 74 

10.59S 33 
Less sale of voters' lists 141 70 

10.456 03 
Contingencies: Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 
Defenses contingentes: Greater de la couronne en chancclierie. 

Temporary employees: Collins, K.,5m. 8d. at $75 per m; Foley, H. ,3m. at $60; Ginna, E. L. 
21 d. at $2.50; Hache, D., 6 m. 13 d. at $60 per in.; Hachez, M., 2 d. at $2; Tin. bum, D., 

3 in. at $75 1,241 $5 

Bristow, M. G., rent of typewriters 1 .5 00 

Code & Burritt, legal services 10 00 

Dorion, A., 38 d. checking voters' lists in Quebec 190 IK) 

Holbrook, G. M., official suit, .$65; official gown, $75; hat and hat ease, $2.5; 1 set buckles, $15; 

1 pr. breeches, $12; sundries, $13 20.5 00 

Robitaille, E., engrossing 8 senators' commissions 12 00 

Travelling expenses: J. Castonguay, $267.79; J. G. Foley, $59.60 327 39 

Printing and Stationery Dept.: printing, $74.5.66; stationery, $968.71; government publica- 
tions, $13.. . .. 1.727 37 

Telegrams, $38.08; ear tickets, $13; express and cartage, $7.10 5S 18 

3,786 79 



N— 14 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1017 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Provincial Voters' Lists. 
Listes electorates provinciates. $ cts 

Ontario. 

Algoma East, 1915, 1916 and 1917, 

G. M. Miller, 830.18; W. F. McRae, 

$22.46; Geo. W. Goodwin, $11.89 * 64 53 

Algoma West, 1916 and 1917 (2 sets), 

Geo. W. Goodwin 57 56 

Brant, Alfred J. Wilkes 25 03 

Brantford, 1916 and 1917, Alfred J. 

Wilkes * 33 70 

Bruce, North, Thos. Dixon 26 90 

Bruce South, Thos. Dixon 29 06 

Oarleton, 1915 and 1916, J. A. Ritchie.. 43 01 

Dufferin, J. L. Island 21 91 

Dundas, 1915, 1916 and 1917, J. G. 

Harkness, $20.39; James Dingwall, 

$40.52 60 91 

Durham, 1916 and 1917 (2 sets) Wm. F. 

Kerr 64 72 

Elgin East, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) A. 

McCrimiTion 44 05 

Elgin West, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) A. 

Si c( 'rimmon * 78 37 

Essex North, 1915, (2 sets) J. H. Rodd* 102 14 
Essex South, 1915 (2 sets) J. H. Rodd* 61 27 

Fort William and Rainy River, 1915 

and 1916 (2 sets) N. L. Croome, $31.51 

W. F. l.ai.guorthv, 840.50 72 01 

Frontenac, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) J. L. 

Whiting 51 54 

Glengarry and Stormont, 1915 and 1916 

(2 sets) J. G. Harkness, 832.02; James 

Dingwall, $52.68 84 70 

Grenville, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) M. M. 

Brown * 44 88 

Grey North, T. H. Dyre 38 00 

Grey Southeast, T. H. Dvre 40 00 

Haldimand, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) 

Harrison Arrell * 79 95 

Halton, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) W. I. 

Dick » 84 40 

Hamilton East, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) 

S. F. Washington » 111 53 

Hamilton West, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) 

S. F. Washington * 92 89 

Hastings East, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Wm . ( 'arnew 56 19 

Hastings West, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Wm. ( 'arnew 74 28 

Huron North, C. Seager 30 49 

Huron South, C. Seager 30 22 

Kent, H. D. Smith 58 31 

Kingston, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) J. L. 

Whiting * 45 20 

Lambton East, H. D. Smith, $7.99; 

F. W. Willson, $25.23 33 22 

Lambton West, F. W. Willson 32 00 

Lanark, A. ('. Shaw 37 82 

Leeds, 1915, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) 

M . M. Brown * 86 32 

Lennox and Addington, U. M. Wilson. 23 78 

Lincoln, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) M. 

Brennan * 132 99 

London, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) Jas. B. 

McKillop • 141 36 

Middlesex East, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Jas. B. McKillop 51 26 

Middlesex West, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Jas. B. McKillop 65 08 

Muskoka, Thos. Johnson 19 66 

Carried forward 2,33124 

•Duplicates to replace lists destroyed by fire. 



Provincial Voters' Lists— Continued. 
Listes electorates provinciates— Suite. 



Brought forward . . 
Ontario — Continued. 



$ cts. 
2,331 24 



Nipissing, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) T. E. 

McKee, $68.15; G. M. Miller, $31.27; 

Jas. H. Burritt, $1.36 100 78 

Norfolk, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) T. R. 

Slaghet * 67 62 

Northumberland, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) 

W. F. Kerr 87 44 

Ontario North, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

J. E. Farwell 40 61 

Ontario South, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

J. E. Farwell 65 10 

Ottawa, 1916 and 1917 (.2 sets) J. A. 

Ritchie 166 20 

Oxford North, 1916 and 1917, Robt. N. 

Ball ' 27 88 

Oxford South, 1916 and 1917, Robt. N. 

Ball 30 30 

Parry Sound, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) 

W.'L. Haight * 56 02 

Peel, W. S. Morphv 30 05 

Perth North, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

G. G. McPherson 66 00 

Perth South, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

G. G. McPherson, $45.90; Robt. N. 

Ball 47 05 

Peterborough East, 1915and 1916 (2sets 

Geo. W. Hatton 50 97 

Peterborough West, 1915, 1916 and 1917 

(3 sets) Geo. W. Hatton, $74.04; 

Wm. F. Kerr, $3.28 * 77 32 

Port Arthur and Kenora, 1915 and 1910 

(2 sets) W. F. Langworthy, $29.85; 

J. F. MacGillivrav, $10.77 * 40 62 

Prescott, J. Maxwell 24 18 

Prince Edward, R. H. Hubbs 21 37 

Renfrew North, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Jas. H. Burritt * 54 39 

Renfrew South, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

Jas. H. Burritt 67 14 

Russell, 1915,, 1916 and 1917, J. Maxwell, 

821.66; J. A. Ritchie, $38.75 60 41 

Simcoe East. J. R. Cotter 39 70 

Simcoe North, J. R. Cotter 28 04 

Simcoe South, J. R. Cotter 28 47 

Timiskaming, 1915 (2 sets) F. L. 

Smiley * 82 96 

Toronto Centre, 1917, H. E. Irwin 312 63 

Toronto East, H. E. Irwin (Manhood 

Suffrage) 16 24 

Toronto North, 1916, (2 sets) H. E. 

Irwin * 617 23 

Victoria, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) T. H. 

Stinson * 123 72 

Waterloo North, 1915, 1916 and 1917 

(3 sets) W. H. Bowlby • 117 27 

Waterloo South, 1915, 1916 and 1917 

(3 sets) W. H. Bowlby. * 102 48 

Welland, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) T. D. 

Cowper * 156 74 

Wellington North, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

A. H. Macdonald 53 88 

Wellington South, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) 

A. H. Macdonald 67 63 

Wentworth, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets) S. F. 

Washington * 127 87 

York East, 1915, H. E. Irwin 6 79 

Carried forward 5,394 34 



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Provincial Voters' Lists i 
I. isles electorates provinciates Suite. 
Broughl forward . 
Ontario Concluded. 

York North, I915and 1916, II. E. Irwin 
York South, I915and 1916 (2 sets) II. E. 



ik West, 1915, 1916 



In 



(Ju. b< c. 

Argentcuil, 1916 and 1917 - el G I 

Calder 

Bagot . Morel and Bathalon 

Beauce, V£zina :m<l Gauvreau, $2.27; 

Fortierand Fauteux, $75.68; Legpndre 

and Huard, $28 -17 
Beauharnois, J. P. Laplante. .. 
Bellechasse, J. O. St. Pierre 
Belleehasse-1 lorchester, Evaristc Pare, 

85 l Idmond Marciei . S5 
Berthier, 1915 and 1916 (2 sets) J \ 

Laferriere 
Bonaventure, L. 1'. LeBel, 

Jame Verge, $21.41 

Brome, J VI <efel ivre. . 

( 'hambly and Verchi res, Rol iei I and 

Geoffri I St. Jean, $29.13. 

Champlain, F. Trudel, $73.00; Drolel 

and 1 '"in nier, $14.32. 
( lharlevoix-Montmoreney, J. A Mai I in, 

$21.55; Jus. Gariepv. sj:; r_\ II I n, ■!.. 
10.07 
Chateauguay-Hun ting don , J. E. 

McGowan, $32 7 s J. C Bi i 
( 'liirnutiiiii-Sagui'nav, Ths. Boss£, 

$62 13 Louis Lindsaj . $71 49; Jos. 

Richard, $24.62; X Hudon, $25 52; 

I. ' I. Bnulaillr, S2I1S1 

( 'ompton, 1915 and 1916, W. H. Leonard 

$43.70; Legendre and Huard $15.67; 
he and \\ ebstei . $7 27; \\ . 11 . 

Lovell, $8.16. . 
Dorchester, Vezina and Gauvreau, 

$52.00; Fortier and Fauteux, $3.76; 

J. O. St. Pierre, $1.75 . 
Drumraond and Arthabaska, 1915 and 

1916, A. Poisson, $108.44; Millar and 

Laferte, $42.70... 

1915, 1916and 1917, \ . I 

$79 08; Jos. Thibault, $9.78; \. J. 

Painchaud, $15.09 
Hull, L. deG. Raby 
Jacques-I 'artiei . i 'hauret and Lacombe 
Joliette, 1915 and 1916 Lavoie and Guil- 

bault 
Katnouraska, P. Dessaint 
Labelle, P. de Varennes, $93.94; .1 \ 

Thrl,er£e, •'»!)<■ 
Labelle-Hull, Eugene Grenier, $2.00; 

C. Biehler, $5.00 

Laprairie and Napierville, A. Richard- 
son, $18.35; F. C. Larose, $20.88 

mption-Montcalm, 1915 and 1916 

1 3 sots) V. Geoffrion, $S'.i.i;<|; .1 i > I] 

Forest. $31.07 

Laurier-Outremont, Chauret and 

Lacombe. .. 
Laval-Two Mountains. J. H. Langlois, 

$32.52; P. A. Longpre, $23.96. . 

• 'arried forward 



$ 


ts 


5 94 


VI 


31 


Ml, 


83 


23 


130 


71 


87 
in 


7,1 
It 


106 
46 


42 
62 
38 


hi tin 


91 


80 


61 
35 


01 
45 


72 


10 


87 


:■',■_> 


65 


' 


65 


;,ii 


205 07 


74 


i. 


•57 


51 


151 


14 


103 95 

60 7 J 
68 35 


102 
46 


74 


94 03 


7 


mi 


39 


23 


120 


76 


19 92 


56 48 


7,641 


;;.' 



61 
19 
39 


'.il 
11 
47 


73 


14 


2 


60 


122 


58 


7-' 


82 


105 41 
9 06 



Provincial Voters' Lists -Continued, 
l.istes electorates provinciates 3 ite. 5 cts. 
Broughl forward 7,641 32 

Qui '•< c I ' mi ludcd 

LeA is. J. \ . < 'ai i ier. . 64 57 

L'Islet, Jos \ Be 37 47 

Lol binien I egendre 48 52 

Ma ' ■ i md Lacombe 12 86 

Maskinonge, I I iron, $36 37; J. A. 

Laferriere, $1.38 ::7 75 

Matane, C. E. Bi 1 J. A. 

Ross, $! 32 72 

Megantie, V\ II I amblj 
Missisquoi, E. 1". ( 'urrie 
VII l !"■. ei 
\. \ Leduc, $34 25; .1. \\ . 

n. mi $ 38 B9 
Nicolet, Drummond and Arthabaska, 

tier. 

Pontiac, 1915 and 1916, J. Maillard, 

$69 32 \\ Rimi i . $53 26 
Portneuf, ( Seo. Rinfret, $64 25; F. 

Trudel, $8 57 ... . 
Quebec I 'ounty, 1915 and 1916, I \ 

Lachance, $16 83; Chas. E, I :flt6, 

sss 58 
Quebec South, ( 'has. E. t 'bti 

Wesl i has E. I 6te, $9 1 1 

Rit • 

Richelieu, A. < lui vremont 

md and Wolfe, W. J. Ewing, 

$49 69; O. Lamoureux, $38 19 
Rimouski, Ed. Letendre 
St. Ann. Chauvret & Lacombe 
St . Hvaeinthe-Rouville, Jos. Bissonnet , 

$94 92; Pelletiei .V Ste Hari. 
St. Johns and Iberville, J. P. ' 

$S4 41; P. ( lontant, $18 2] 
Shefford, Jos. H. Lefebvre... 
Sherbrooke, W. H. Lovell. 
Stan-trad. Laroche & Webster, $17.03; 

\ \. Thompson, $40 36 
Temiscouata, L. V. Dumais 
Terrebonne, J. A. Thiberge 
Terrebonne-Labelle, 1 lamase I . . ■ 
Three Rivers and St. Maurice, Drolel 

& Fournier 
Vaudreuil-Soulanges, J. X. Lefebre, 

$29 lv \ Rouleau, $24 57 
Westmount-St . Henry, Chauret & 

Lacombe 
Wright, Louis de < !. Raby 
Yamaska, 1915 and 1916, Blondin & 

Courchesne, $85 79; A. Guevremont, 

|1 98 .... 87 77 

V, ■ Scotia. 

Antigonish and (luvsbornu^h, Allan 
Macdonald, $16 95; 1 hos < lamp- 
bell, $5 52; J. A. Fulton. $17 96 40 43 
Cape Breton North and Victoria, 
Ii M i urrj ,$32 38 VV. F. McCurdy, 
$13 71 .46 09 
(ape Breton South and Richmond, 
D.M.I urry,$87 88; W. F. McCurdy, 
SIM 62 107 50 

Colchester, Win. M. Ferguson 35 69 

Cumberland, D. J. McLeod ....... 61 81 

Digby and Annapolis, W. B. Stewart, 
$15.96; F. Fitch, $26.00 41 96 



87 88 


50 


211 


36 68 


128 


77 


102 


62 


59 


ill) 


18 


22 


57 


39 


si 


64 


I,:-; 


"7 


'-' 


ill) 


52 


70 


54 05 


:;r, 


17 


44 


45 



I arried forward 



•Duplicates to replace lists destroyed by fire. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Provincial Voters' Lists— Continued. 
Listes electorates provinciates— Suite. $ cts 

Brought forward 9, 770 78 

Nona Scotia — Concluded. 

Halifax, P. Archibald 112 36 

Hants, N.Weir, $11 . 76; W. Ker Dimock, 

$16.84 28 60 

Inverness, John Beaton 39 96 

Kings, C. L. Dodge 32 01 

Lunenburg, P. H. Ross, $40.95; E. D. 

Lordly, $8.68 49 63 

Pictou, William Cameron 65 05 

Shelburne and Queen's, H. H. West, 

$10.54; A. L. Doane, $10.47; Fred. 

T. Gardner, $14.21 35 22 

Yarmouth and Clare, J. A. Blackadar, 

$15.63; C. K. Hurlbert, $11.65; 

I. H. LeBlanc, $11.43 38 71 

New Brunswick. 

Charlotte, 1915 and 1916 (3 sets), 
F. H. Grimmer * 94 25 

Gloucester, 1916 and 1917, B. C. Mullins 68 22 

Kent, Louis Robichaud, $25.55; F. 
Robidoux, $25.25 50 SO 

Northumberland, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) 
E. P. Williston * 62 85 

Restigouche and Madawaska, T. D. 
Herbert, $48.05; A. J. LeBlanc, 
$54.99 * 103 04 

Royal, 1915, 1916 and 1917, G. O. 
Dickson Otty, $82.71; H. H. Gilbert, 
$26.15 108 S6 

St. John City and Counties of St. 
John and Albert, Chas. L. Peck, 
$12.04; Jas. King Kelley, $44.59; 
H. E.Wardropcr,S94.34 .■■-;■* 15 ° 97 

Victoria and Carleton, James Tibbits, 
$51.16; J. C. Hartley, $27.21 78 37 

Westmorland, 1916 and 1917 (3 sets) 
Gesner A. Taylor * 12S 55 

York-Sunbury, A. B. White, $7.72; 
A. O. Glen, $41.10; F. St. John 
Bliss, $78.66 * 127 48 

Carried forward 1 1 , 145 71 



Provincial Voters' Lists — Concluded. 
Listes electorates provinciiles— Fin. $ cts. 

Brought forward 11,145 71 

British Columbia. 

Burrard, J. Mahony 428 54 

Cariboo, C. Phair, 3 revisions, $53.19; 
G. Milburn, 2 revisions, $93.76; 
T. W. Heme, $38.40; L. Norris, 
S15S.07; E. Fisher, 3 revisions, $264.47 607 S9 

Comox-Alberni, J. Baird, 3 revisions, 
$164.79; S. McB. Smith, 3 revisions, 
$161.56 * 326 35 

Kootenav East, N. A. Wallinger, 2 
revisions, $95-99; W. W. Bradley, 

2 revisions, $41.50; R. Hewat, 2 
revisions, $91. 65 229 14 

Kootenay West, F. E. Dockerill, 2 
revisions, $117.12; S. S. Jarvis, 

3 revisions, $107.25; H. R. Townsend, 
3 revisions, $66.88; Robt. Gordon, 
$43.11; A. McQueen, S13.87; Angus 
Mclnnis, $2.25 350 4S 

Nanaimo, Harvev Combe, 3 revisions, 
$193.83; Wm. Graham, 3 revisions, 
$88.48; John Stewart, 2 revisions, 
$61.56; J. Maitland-Dougall, 2 
revisions, $51.50; J. Kirkup, S63.41; 
Wm. Whiting, $5. SO; S. McB. Smith, 
25c 464 83 

New Westminster, F. C. Campbell, 
2 revisions 275 95 

Skeena, J. H. McMullin, 2 revisions, 
S269.78; S. S. Hoskins, $57.15; 
.1. A. Fraser, $26.14 353 07 

Vancouver Centre, J. Mahony 509 78 

Vancouver South, J. Mahony, 2 revi- 
sions 358 

Victoria City, Harvey Combe, 3 
revisions 1 , 272 95 

Westminster District, F. C. Campbell, 
2 revisions, $115.03; Jos. Scott, 
2 revisions, $97.51 212 54 

Yale, Jas. R. Brown, 2 revisions, 
$50.75; L. Norris, $157. S5; W. R. 
Dewdney, 2 revisions, $34.09; 
S. R. A. Almond, $10.39; H. P. 
Christie, $40.50 * 293 58 



16,828 M 



'Duplicates to replace lists destroyed by fir 



I /7,'\ DITl RE 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Legislation Elections. Legislation Election. 

Paymei 

Russell, 1!M 1 : S. L. \. Lots hi ot box< .1 ■. 

Northumberland : John Bri 

, 1911: Win. Clemei I . I ■ 

Cash paid ■ ifficer 









Payments on Preparation of Voters' 

' ■ pour priparat on 6 

■ 

Aigoma East, 1915: Judge J. J. Kehoe, postag ' i_ H 

hire $10; posting notices $:;. 

Fort William and Rainy River, 1915: Judge Hugh O'l. 

S25.20; supervising all work as chairman, $25; voters' lists, $22.89; printing, $135 

enumerator E. Atkinson, stenographer, $16; enumerator P. T. Roberts, a . 274 28 

Muskoka, 1915: Judge A. A. Mahaffy, voters' lists, $3.53; enumerator D. E. Ba 

for having notices posted. $47,511 51 0:; 

Nipissing, 1915: Judge J. A. Valin, examining accounts, postau - i, -j"i 4n ; — . >\-i 

voters' lists. $1.90) 

Parry Sound, 1915: Judge F. R. Powell, \,>i,i- lit 

Port Arthur and Kenora, 1915: enumeratoi , E D Macd II 

■10, personal expenses $7. 50; J. \ Ho rs 

$5, personal expenses, $11; G. McTeigue, persona] 91 15 

Trmiskaming, 1915: Judge H. Hartman, voters' lists 41 05 

Manhood Suffrage Ri g 
Toronto East, Ont r, 1. 91501 



Expenditure on Elections, incm I tht Clerk of the I 

Dipenses electorates encourues au bar n It g effit r de li Couronn : en Chancel 

lent of Printing and Stationery, printing 



Preparation of • i Unorganized P Oi 

Preparation des listes electorates dans les parties d'Ontario no- 

Aigoma East, Judge J. J. Kehoe. chairman Page V 

Aigoma West, Judge F. Stone, chairman 

Fort William and Rainy River, Judge Hugh O'Leary, chait i 

Muskoka, Judge A. A. Mahaffy, chairman (P 

Nipissing, Judge J. A. Valin, chairman ............ 

Parry Sound, Judge F. R. Powell, chairman 

Port Arthur and Kenora, Judge T. W. Chappie, chairman 
Timiskaming, Judge H. Hartman, chairman 





2, 120 03 


20 




■21 




22 


397 74 




1,785 22 


24 


1,421 99 


;5 






2,296 12 







1— 2n 



N— 1f 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Bye-Election— Election partielle. 



Services. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


Toronto East, Ont., December St, 1916. 


S cts. 

344 00 
28 00 
30 00 

110 00 

40 00 

65 00 
1 50 


8 cts. 
50 00 




28 00 








80 00 


Underwood and Wilson — 

Auto hire, selecting polling booths, etc 

Posting proclamations 


25 00 

30 00 

1 50 




618 50 


214 50 



Manhood Suffrage Registration, 1916. 
Enregistrement dn suffrage universel, 1916. 



Toronto East, Ont. 



Judge E. Coatsworth 

J. W. Mallon. substitute registrar 

Geo. C. Alcorn, K.C., Board of Appeal 

J. G. Scott. K.C., Board of Appeal 

Judge F. M. Morson, supervisor 

Judge J. Winchester, supervisor 

Registrars 

Clerks 

Constables 

Rent of halls 

( lerk to the Board 

Clerk of the Peace 

Stationery, postage 

Printing— Warwick Bros. & Rutler, Ltd. . . 

E. T. Ruddy Co. Ltd., posting bills 

Wolseley Hiring Dept ., livery 

Clerical assistance 

Lighting and heating room for night work, etc 
Meals, etc. — night work 



Preparing chequi s, etc 



60 00 

45 50 

10 00 

10 00 

40 00 

40 00 

600 00 

300 00 

180 00 

225 00 

200 00 

10 00 

22 84 

90 50 

77 50 

79 50 

63 25 

15 00 

8 55 

2 00 

5 00 

2,084 64 



20 00 
1 50 
10 00 
10 00 



600 00 

300 00 

180 00 

225 00 

200 00 

10 00 

22 84 

90 50 

77 50 

79 50 

63 25 

15 00 

8 55 

2 00 



1,915 64 



LEGISL \rn>\ : i \ /'/'\ m n in: 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



\ liters' Lists, Ifllti. I.istcs electorates, 1916. 



! a > Hi, I {$ >,820.0S). 

tors' 1 i > t s . Algoma Ea t, ervice and expenses of Judges 
attending meetings of Board of Registration, revi ing ti ts, establishing 
polling divisions, etc 
Judge J. J. Kehoe (chairman 

.,< $5 

Travelling expenses 

Advi rtising: "The Algoma Advocate," Tliessidon 
"Nil kel Range I xprcss," < 'oppi r i iiff 
"The Recorder," Gore Bay 
Printing: "The Algoma Advocate," Thessalon 
I he Journal l't nit ing < 'o., Sudbury 
" Nickel I v : l 1 1 !_r< Expres ," I oppi r I liff 

I'he Recorder," Gore Baj 

"Sudbury Mining News" 
Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Stenographer 

Postage, stationery, telegrams, etc 



Judge ( '. E. Hewson 
25 d ;it SS.. 
I i:i\ elling expenses 
Postage 



ludgi I' Stone— 

8 d. at S- r > 

Travelling expenses, 
gi and telephone 



Preparation of voters' lists, sen ici - and 
pot ting notices, etc. 
Enumerator, F. A. Clement — 
:;:; ,1 a< $5 
Travelling expenses 
Postage 



tmi rators, rev ising lists 



I numerator, U. S. i 'ooper 
23 -I .it $5 
Travelling expenses 



Em irator, .1. Haddon Fe 

is d. at $5 
Travelling expenses 



i Enumerator, J. < '. ( Iravelle — 
11 d. at $5 
Travelling expenses 



' i itor, I ink Hewson — 
lid. at $5 
Travelling expenses, launch hire and assistant 



Paid 



260 mi 

60 7ti 

24 18 

12 i«) 

I 90 

75 84 

125 54 

11' 50 

98 90 

283 22 

219 00 

411 INI 

26 11 



125 on 

4!) (Ill 



40 00 

40 15 

1 81 



115 no 
57 40 



MO 00 
44 50 



■>:, 00 
28 10 



240 00 

60 7(1 

24 Is 

12 00 

I 90 

is 84 

85 12 

12 .Ml 

83 89 

.■us 06 

62 67 

4(1 (HI 

26 II 



909 :: 



125 00 
49 (HI 

7 48 



40 00 

39 15 

1 11 



10(1 00 

140 00 

80 



90 (HI 
44 50 



55 00 

28 IT, 



50 00 
no 40 



1 2h N 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1017 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Voters' Lists, 1916.— Continued .— Iistes electorales, 1916— Suite. 




Algoma East, Ont. — Concluded. 



Enumerator, A. Irving— 

18 d. atS5 

Travelling expenses . 



Enumerator, W. A. McMitchell — 

20 d. at 85 

Travelling expenses 

Affidavits 



Algoma West, Ont. ($1,SS0.59) 

Preparation of voters' lists, Algoma West, services and expenses of Judges, 

attending meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, establishing 

polling divisions, etc. — 

Judge F. Stone (chairman) — 

42 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses — Judges Stone, Hewson and Kehoe to Franz — 

Advertising: "The Sault Daily Star" 

"The Cliffe Press," Sault Ste. Marie 

Printing: "The Clifie Press," Sault Ste. Marie 

" Hilts Printing Co., Sault Ste. Marie 

" "The Sault Daily Star" 

" "The Sault Express" 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Clerical assistance ' 

Stationery, postage, telegrams 



Less over-payment on lists, 1915. 



Judge J. J. Kehoe — 

12 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses. 



Judge C. E. Hewson— 

17 d. at 85 

Travelling expenses. 



Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising lists 
posting notices, etc. — 
Enumerator, Thomas Dean — 

22 d. at S5 

Travelling expenses 



100 00 
56 10 
1 00 
12 



157 22 



210 00 
76 05 
28 70 
8 10 
23 20 
50 83 
33 44 
17 71 
82 50 
15 60 
15 88 



CO 00 
57 SO 



85 00 
78 50 



110 00 
67 30 



Enumerator, Walter H. Hussey — 

21 d. at So ' 105 00 

Travelling expenses 69 60 

Telephone 1 50 



LEGISLATION I \l'l \ DITVRE 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Voters' Lists, 1916— Continued.— IJstes electorates, 1916 — Suite. 



A tgoma West — Concluded. 

Enumerator, John T. MacKay — 

14 d. at $5 

rravelling expenses 

Enumerator, John W. Menzies -- 

19 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage 

Fort William and Rainy River, Out. {S1J09.61) 

Preparation of voters' lists, Fort William and Rainy Kiver, services and expenses 
of judges, attending meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, 
etc.— 

Judge Hugh O'Leary (chairman) — 

30 d. at $5.. 

Supervising all work as chairman 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising: "Daily Times Journal", Fort William 

Advertising: "Fort Frances Times" 

Printing: "Daily Times Journal", Fort William 

"Fort Frances Times" 

"Port Arthur Daily News" 

" Copies of voters' lists and certificates . .. 

Stenographer 

Postage and telegrams 

Judge T. W. Chappie— 

15 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Stenographer. 

Postage, stationery etc 

Judge A. McLennan — 

12 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising lists, 
posting notices etc— 
Enumerator P. L. Gavin — 

21 d. at, $5.. . 

Travelling expenses 

Stationery 

Enumerator. M. T. Manion — 

14 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses. 

Enumerator. H. G. O'Leary — 

d. at S5 " 

Enumerator, Hugh Parslow— 

21 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery 



70 (in 
75 80 



Palo!. 

$ ets. 
GO 00 



95 00 
51 :'." 



1511 (HI 
50 00 

111 75 
IB 2(1 
26 80 

105 22 

162 90 
3 75 

326 2d 
25 00 
10 00 



'.is? v_> 



75 mi 
93 25 
6 85 
3 20 



ITS 30 



60 00 
48 30 



105 00 
61 80 



70 00 
80 CIO 



105 00 

106 30 
1 50 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 19'3 



Voters'Lists, 1916— Continued.— Listes electorates, 1916— Suite. 



Fort William and Rainy River, Ont. — Concluded. 

Enumerator, A. C. Tichborne — 

25 d. at So 

Travelling expenses 

Stenographer 

Postage and stationery 

Enumerator, F. H. Warner — 

18 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

iluskoka, Ont. ($397.74 . 

Preparation of voters' lists, Muskoka, services and expenses of judges, attending 

meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, establishing polling 

places, etc. — 

Judge, A. A. Mahaffv (chairman) — 

6 d. at S5 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising: The Herald Printing Co., Bracebridge 

Printing: The Herald Printing Co., Bracebridge 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Postage, telephones, etc 



Judge H. D. Leask— 

3* d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates. 
Postage and telephone 



Judge F. R. Powell— 

3J d. at S5 

Travelling expenses 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates. 
Postage, etc 



Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of ennumerators, revising lists 
posting notices, etc. — 
Enumerator, D. E. Bastedo. — 

16 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage 

Paid for having notices posted 

Nipissing, Ont. (tl,785.lS). 

Preparation of voters' lists, Nipissing, services and expenses of judges, attending 

meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, establishing polling 

divisions, etc. — 

Judge J. A. Valin (chairman) — 

22 d. at $5 

Advertising: "North Bay Times" 

"Despatch and Tribune", North Bay 

Printing: "North Bay Times" 

"Despatch and Tribune", North Bay 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Blanche Bourke, stenographer 

Postage, stationer}-, telegrams, etc 



125 00 

HO 35 

10 00 

3 00 



278 35 



90 00 
50 00 



30 00 
6 10 
33 00 
84 50 
5 08 
2 28 



Kin '.in 



17 50 
27 05 



17 50 
12 48 



80 00 
55 55 
1 50 
24 00 



161 05 



110 00 


110 00 


4 80 


4 80 


12 00 


12 00 


187 70 


142 92 


222 00 


151 20 


' 26 75 


26 75 


32 50 


32 50 


27 74 


27 74 


623 49 


507 91 



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Voters' Lists, 1916 -Continued. — Llstes electorates, 1916— Suite 



Judge H. Harl man 
6 d. at ?.-, 
Travelling expenses 
Telephone . 



"j - ( 'ontinued. 



Judge J J. Kehoe 
5d. at $5 
Travelling expenses 



Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising lists, I 
posting notices, etc — 
Enumerator, A. Z. Aubin — 

21 d. at $5.. 

Travelling expenses 
Kent 
Pos1 age and telegram 



Enumerator, L. H. Belanger— 
10 d. at $5 . 
Travelling expenses. . . 
Rents 



Enumerator, Jas. D. Bel 
12 d. at $5 
Travelling expenses 

Rents . 
Postage, ete 



Enumerator, John Brown- 
16 d. at $5 
Travelling expenses 
Rents 
Postage 



Enumerator J. J. Doucet 
19 d. at So. 
Travelling expenses. 



Enumerator, D. J. McKeown 
15 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery 



Enumerator, T. W. Mulligan- 
20 d. at ?") 
Travelling expenses 

Rents 



30 '«' 
17 7.-) 

10 



25 00 
27 05 



105 00 
96 25 

-1 <M> 
1 07 


M 90 
2 00 

1 07 


204 32 


169 97 


50 00 
43 60 
16 00 


50 00 
43 60 
16 00 


109 60 


109 60 


80 00 

32 1" 

11 00 

55 


60 00 

26 10 

11 00 

55 


103 65 


97 65 


80 00 
50 05 
16 00 

48 


80 00 
48 00 
16 00 

48 


146 53 


144 48 


95 00 

60 35 


85 00 
57 00 


155 35 


142 mi 


75 00 

89 I" 
1 15 


75 00 

S8 35 

1 15 


165 25 


164 50 


100 no 
75 00 
10 00 


100 00 
70 80 
10 00 


185 00 


180 80 







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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Voters' Lists, 1916 — Continued.— Wstes flectorales, 1916 — Suite. 



Xipissing — Concluded. 
Enumerator, J. E. Whitton — 

19 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Paid for having notices posted 

Rent 

Postage and stationery 



Parry-Sound, Ont. ($1,421.99). 

Preparation of voters' lists. Parry Sound, services and expenses of judges, atten 
ding meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, establishing 

polling places, etc 

Judge F. R. Powell (chairman) — 

28 i d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising: "The Arrow", Burks Halls 

"The Canadian," Parry Sound 

"The Echo," Sundridge 

"Powassan News," 

Printing: "The Arrow," Burks Halls" 

"The Canadian," Parry Sound 

" "The Echo," Sundridge 

" "Powassan News" 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Stenographer 

Postage, telephones etc 



Judge, H. D. Leask — 

6$d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 
Telephone and postage 



Judge A. A. Mahaffy— 

7d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 
Postage, etc 



Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising lists 
posting notices etc — 
Enumerator, Robert Carter — 

8 d. at $5 - 

Travelling expenses 

Postage 



Enumerator, C. Gillesspie — 

20 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Typewriting 

Rents 

Postage and telegram 



95 00 


95 00 


S3 10 


65 10 


6 00 


6 00 


1 00 


1 00 


3 11 


91 


188 21 


168 01 



142 50 

19 02 
13 50 
41 55 

12 75 

13 50 
67 50 

169 00 
28 75 
86 00 

20 91 
46 00 

6 53 



667 51 



32 50 

40 50 

20 91 

64 



94 55 



35 00 
18 80 
20 91 
2 00 



76 71 



40 00 
22 85 



100 00 
68 65 
1 00 



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Voters' Lists, 1916 Continued. Listes electorates, 1916— Suite. 



Parry Sound, Ont. I Ion. ludi d. 

Enumerator, Fred. Metcalfe— 
17 d. at*5, 
Travelling expenses. 
Rents . . 

Postage 

Enumerator, W. D. Quinn — 
21 d. at $5.. 
Travelling expenses. 
Postage and stationery 

Enumerator, David Watt — 

17 d. at So. 

Travelling expenses 

Rents 

Postage 

Affidavits 

Port Arthur and Kcnora U,tS4.S4). 

Preparation of voters' lists, Port Arthur and Kenora, services and expense: oi 
judges, attending meetings of Board of Registration, revising list! 
establishing polling divisions, etc. — 
Judge, T. W. Chappie (chairman) — 

57 d. at $5.. 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising: The Miner Publishing Co., Kenora 

" Daily News ", Port Arthur 
Printing: F. B. Allan. Port. Arthur. 

The Miner Publishing Co., Kenora 

Extra services 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

.Stenographer 

Stationery, postage, telegrams, etc. - 

Less over-payment on lists, 1915 

Judge, John McKay — 

40 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage, stationery, etc 

Judge. Allan McLennan — 

10 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising li.st- 
posting notices, etc. — 
Enumerator, Angus Carmichael — 

28 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Motor boat hire and expenses 

Postage 



B5 nil 

Til 25 

5 mi 

:; .-xi 



163 



105 mi 
66 60 



S5 mi 
63 95 

s III! 



285 i » I 

133 Mi 
13 92 
19 32 
79 45 

245 03 
50 00 

44!) 25 
31 30 
16 75 



200 00 
40 78 
16 03 



50 mi 
79 60 



140 00 
54 55 
118 50 

1 70 

314 75 



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AUDITOR GESERAL'S REPORT, 191ti-li>n 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Voters' Lists, 1916 — Continued.— Listes electorates, 1916— Suite. 



Port Arthur and Kenora — Concluded. 
Enumerator, W. H. Cobb — 

14 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 



Enumerator, John A. Duffy — 

19 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery. . . . 



Enumerator, R. D. Maedonell- 

30 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery' 



Enumerator, Malcolm A. McKay- 

15 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery 



Enumerator, E. G. Murphy — 

17 d. at. ¥5 

Travelling expenses 

Rent, 

Stationery, postage, telegram 



Enumerator, H. Scott-Marr — 

23 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery 



Enumerator, Willard T. Thayer — 

4 d. at S5 

Travelling expenses 



Enumerator, A. L. Woodgate 

30 d. at $5 

Travelling expenses 



Timiskaming, Out. ($2,296. 12). 

Preparation of voters' lists, Timiskaming, services and expenses of Judges 
attending meetings of Board of Registration, revising lists, establish 
ing polling divisions, etc. — 
Judge H. Hartman (chairman) — 

46 d. at $5 " 

Travelling expenses 

Printing: " Cobalt Daily Nugget " 

" ( 'ochrane Northland Post " 

" The Haileyburian " 

" Stephenson & Son 

Copies of voters' lists and certificates 

Stenographic services 

Postage, stationery, telegrams 



70 00 
9 05 



150 00 
73 60 
2 00 



75 00 
26 60 
1 75 



85 00 

37 40 

1 00 

1 80 



125 20 


105 20 


115 00 

76 45 
2 15 


105 00 
76 45 
2 15 


193 60 


183 60 


20 00 

10 10 


15 00 
10 10 


30 10 


25 10 


150 00 
138 85 


140 00 
137 85 


288 85 


277 85 



230 00 
10 30 

164 74 

118 69 
59 40 

469 24 
88 90 
65 00 
41 15 



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Voters' Lists, 1916 Continued Llstes electorates, IMS Suite 



Services. 






Timiskaming, Ont— Concluded. 
Judge, Fred Stone— 

Id d. at .<:> 


50 00 
98 05 

4 lil 


$ cts. 




98 05 








152 66 


152 60 


Judge, J. A V'alin 


35 00 

17 30 














52 30 




Preparation of voters' lists, services and expenses of enumerators, revising lists, 
posting notices i tc 
Enumerator, D. C. Bartlett 


20 tin 
10 00 










30 00 




Enumerator, J. M. ( ioghill— 
24 d. at $5 


120 00 
55 30 

3 00 
I 63 


120 I") 
55 30 
3 00 








182 93 


182 93 


Enumerator, J. M. Hall — 


110 00 
22 70 
3 33 
36 50 






















172 53 


152 53 


Enumerator, J. A. Henderson — 

25 d. tit 85 .......... 


125 00 
53 "ii 
ii 92 


















179 82 


177 32 


Enumerator, D. McKinnon — 

30 d. at $5 ...... 


150 00 

106 50 

15 00 

75 

2 54 








Rents 










2 54 




274 79 


264 04 


Enumerator, M. S. Pumaville — 

16 d. at $5.. 


SO 00 
93 tin 


so mi 




93 00 








173 00 


173 00 


Enumerator, Alex. Sterling — 
28 d. at $5.. 


140 00 
114 25 


i 15 .hi 




59 25 








254 25 


194 25 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Voters' Lists, 1916— Concluded.— Listes eleetorales, 1916 — Fin. 



Services. 




Claimed. 


Paid. 


Timiskaming, Ont 
Enumerator, Jas. Stewart — 


— Concluded. 


$ cts. 

150 00 
113 15 


% cts. 
135 00 




113 15 










263 15 


248 15 


Enumerator, F. H. Thompson — 


135 00 

102 65 

3 95 


135 00 




102 65 


Postage, stationery, etc. 




3 95 




241 60 


241 60 



/ EGIfiL I'/'/oV; EXl'EXDlTl RE 



N 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Pay from two sources Pave de deux services. 



cb, Ipril 30, 1917. 

Sin, in the accounts paid by the Senate, I 
find thai Mr. J. A. Fortier has been paid tor 
preparing synoptic report at the rate oi $15 a 
work up to the 30th of June, [916, a total of $306.45. 
During all this time, I find that he was employed 
! a day. 

Vou will kindly have Mr. Fortier refund the 

amount paid to I by your office, a : I"- cannot 

be permitted to draw pay from two services. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant , 

J. FR VSER, A.G. 

The Clerk of the Senate. 



B : 

MoN : 

je 1 1 > > 1 1 v e que M . .1. A. Fort ier s I 
preparer le rapport sj nopt ique au taux 
pai 'in hi., jusqu'au MO juin 1916, un m 
total de $306.45. Durant tout ce temps je 
lull- qu'il a ''•<''■ emplo . ■ 
a $8 par jour. 

Veuillez [aire rembourser M. Foi tier du montanl 
que voire bureau lui e payfe, car il ne pern pa 
rtre permis de recevoir des paiea de deux • 



Je demeuri 



In Senat . 



J. FRASER, 



The Senate, Ottawa, May 2, 1917. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 30th 
ult., in reference to certain payments to M. Fortier 
for preparing synoptic reports of the proceedings 
of tlie Senate, and in reply would say that those 
payments were made on the authority of an order 
of the Senate {vide Senate Journals, 1910, pp. 54 
and 08). 

I am desirous of obtaining information respecting 
various matters that may come before me for 
consideration, and therefore I would be greatly 
obliged if you would let me have reference to 
your authority for the statement that Mr. Fortier 
cannot be permitted to draw pay from two sources. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient 
servant, 

A. E. BLOUNT, Clerk. 
The Auditor General. 



Senat, Ottaw \, 2 mai 1917. 

Monsieur,— J'ai reou votre lettre du 30 ultimo 

au sujet de certains paiements faits a M. Fortier 
pour la preparation des rapports synoptiques des 
deliberations du Senat, et en response je dois dire 
que ces paiements ont ete faits en vertu d'un ordre 
i hi Senat {voir les journaux du Senat, 1916, pages 
54et68). 

Je suis de.sireux d'obtenir des informations con- 
cernant divers sujets qui peuvent venir devant 
moi pour consideration, c'est pourquoi je vous 
serais tres oblige si vous vouliez me faire eonnaitre 
sur quelle autorite repi .it ion que M . 

Fortier ne peut retirer de soldes de deus 

J'ai l'honneur d'etre, monsieur, vot: ] ' 

serviteur, 

A. E. BLOUNT, g 
L'Auditeur general. 



Stationery supplied to members of the Senate. 
Papeterie fournies aux membres du Senat. 



AuDrr Office, February 28, 1917. 

Sir, — In the stationery accounts for the Senate 
for the months of July and September, 1916, I 
find that the following items were supplied by 
the Department of Printing and Stationery: 

100 ladies bags at S8 each $ Sim 00 

40 ladies purses at $5 . 50 each 220 1)0 

1 Document case 7 75 

1 each, attach case at $12.40 and 

$23.25 35 65 

1 dressing case 20 15 

1 each, suit case at $10.15 and S2S.UIJ 44 15 

leach, bag at $15 . 50 and S18 . 00 33 SO 7 

Kindly inform me for wdiat purpose these were 
ordered and to whom they were supplied, as 
these articles appear to be out of the ordinary 
run of stationery supplied for Government pur- 
poses. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

\V. KEARNS,/or l.G. 

The Clerk of tin- - 



Bureau de l'Auditeur, 2S fevrier 1917. 

Monsieur, — Dans les comptes de la papeterie 
pour le Senat pour lesmois de juillet et septembre 
191i» je trouve que les effets suivants ont ete 
fournis par le departement des Impressions et de 
la Papeterie: 

It" i sacs de voyage pour dames a $8.00 
chacun 

40 aumonieres a $5.50 cliacune 220 00 

1 serviette 7 7" 

1 portefeuille a $12.40, un a $23.25 ... "> ' " 

1 valise garnie 

1 mallette a $16.15 et une autre a 

$28 il" ...... 44 15 

1 sac di' Ml et un autre 
a Sis, no 

S'il vous plait ra'informer pour quelle fin ces 
effets nut ete commandos, vu que ces 
sont hors de ['ordinaire dans les fournitures il- 
ia papeterie pour 1"- besoins du gouvernem 

Je demeure, monsieur, vot 

W. KEARXS. 

Sena 



AIDITOR GENERAL'.S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Senate, Ottawa, March 1, 1917. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 28th 
inst.. relative to certain articles procured by the 
Senate through the Stationery Office. In reply 
I have to say that the articles referred to were 
purchased and distributed on the authority of 
an order of the Senate, vide Minutes of May 10, 
1916, page 527, a copy of which is enclosed herewith. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient 
servant, 

J. C. YOUNG, deputy Clerk. 

The Auditor General. 



Audit Office, March 5, 1917. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 1-t 
instant, with reference to the supply of stationery 
for the use of the Senate. 

Your explanation that these articles were pur- 
chased and distributed under the authority of 
an order of the Senate, as contained in a resolution 
dated the 10th of May, 1916, is not very satis- 
factory, and does not answer my letter. This 
resolution simply states that stationery be ordered 
as selected from the samples submitted by the 
different makers, according to the lists approved 
by your committee, but does not state that these 
ladies' purses, bags, and document cases are 
included in the list. 

I would be pleased to have a copy of this list 
of stationery, and a reply to my question in which 
I asked to whom these articles were distributed. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 
The Clerk of the Senate. 



Note. — The following printed lists were received 
in this office on March 10, 1917, without any accom- 
panving letter: — 

1917 

For Honourable Members of the Senate 

Sir, — Enclosed is the key of a small trunk which 
contains your Stationery, the contents of which 
are as follows: — 

1 box society court wove note and envelopes. 

1 box Cingalise note and envelopes. 

\ ream ivory vellum note, large. 

100 ivory vellum envelopes, large. 

1 box hot pressed vellum note and envelopes. 

1 box San Remo note and envelopes. 

^ ream Alpine note. 

300 Alpine note envelopes. 

1 box Society court parchment note and envelopes, 

duke size. 
1 box society bond note and envelopes, duke size. 
1 box Cedric Linen note and envelopes. 
1 box society bond cream wove note and envelopes 
1 royal York 4to. pad. 
50 envelopes. 

1 highland linen 4to. pad. 
50 envelopes. 

1 box club letters note and envelopes. 

1 box early Georgian note and envelopes. 

2 boxes record vellum note and envelopes. 
1 box society linen note and envelopes. 

1 letterette pad. 

1 box old French style note and envelopes. 



Ottawa, 1 mars 1917. 

Monsieur, — J'ai recu votre lettre du 28 courant 
au sujet de certains articles obtenus pour le Senat 
du bureau de la Papeterie. En rfeponse je dois 
dire que les articles mentionnes ont et6 achetes 
et distribues par ordre du Senat; voir les minutes 
du 10 mai 1916, page 527, — une copie vous est 
incluse dans la presente. 

J'ai l'honneur d'etre, monsieur, votre obeissant 
serviteur, 

J. C. YOUNG, sous-greffier. 

L'Auditeur general. 



Bureau de l'Auditeur, 5 mars 1917. 

Monsieur, — Je suis en possession de votre lettre 
du premier courant, au sujet des fournitures de 
la papeterie a l'usage du Senat. 

Votre explication, que ces articles ont etc achetes 
et distribues sous l'autorite d'un ordre du Senat, 
tel que mentionne. dans une resolution en date 
du 10 mai 1916, n'est pas tres satisfaisante et ne 
repond pas a ma lettre. < ette resolution deter- 
mine simplement que la papeterie soit command6e 
telle que choisie sur echantillons soumis par les 
diflerents fabricants, d'apres les listes approuvees 
par votre comite; mais ne dit pas que ces aumc- 
nieres, sacs et serviettes soient compris dans la 
liste. 

II me ferait plaisird 'avoir une copie de cette liste 
de papeterie et une reponse a ma question deman- 
dant a qui ces articles ont ete donnes. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 



Le greffier du Senat. 



J. FRASER, A.G. 



Remarque. — Les listes suivantes ont ete recues 
a ce bureau le 10 mars 1917 sans etre accompagnees 
d'aucune lettre: — 

1917 

Pour les honorables membres du senat. 

Monsieur, — Indus la clef d'une petite malle 
contenant votre papeterie, laquelle se compose 
comme suit: — 

1 boite papier velin doux society court a noter et 
enveloppes. 

1 bolte papier Cingalise a noter et enveloppes. 

-} rame large papier velin a noter ivory. 

100 grandes enveloppes en papier velin ivory. 

1 bolte papier v61in hot pressed a noter et enve- 
loppes. 

1 bolte papier san remo a noter et enveloppes. 

i rame papier alpine a noter. 

300 feuilles-enveloppes alpine. 

1 bolte papier parchemin society court a noter et 
enveloppes. 

1 boite papier society bond a noter et enveloppes, 
dim. ducale. 

1 bolte papier toile cedric a noter et enveloppes. 

1 boite papier velin doux ereme society bond a 
noter et enveloppes. 

1 bloc-notes royal York in-4°. 

50 enveloppes royal York. 

1 bloc-notes papier toile highland in-4°. 

50 enveloppes papier toile highland. 

1 boite papier a lettre et enveloppes club. 

1 boite papier a noter et enveloppes early Georgian 

2 boites papier velin a noter et enveloppes record 
1 boite papier toile a noter et enveloppes society. 

1 petit bloc-notes. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



v Elizabethan correspondence 

\> lesford note and envelopes, small. 
iin al \\ indsor note and em elopes, 
etj bond pad. 

Bei I. -I linen note and en\ elopes 



in. 



penhi 



d's pa te 

5, Mil, -an. 



ck ladies' visiting cards. 
I pack gentlemen's visil ing cards. 
25 visiting rani envelopes. 
I box elastic bands. 
I ladies 'letter bag. 

Si nt separately. 

1 pearl handle pocket knife in case. 

I iadie purse. 

i i, ii- lines pocket pencil. 

1 address book 

I pocket diary, 1917. 

1 fountain pen. 

1 pass rase. 

t 'onti nts of draw* r in < 'om m 

1 box society ivory vellum note and envelopes. 

1 1 ><>x imperial treasury note and envelopi 

25 foolscap envelopes, stamped. 

25 commercial envelopes, stamped. 

1 Japan linen letter pad. 

1 box elastic bands, assorted sizes. 

1 stamped Senate of ( 'anada lettei pad. 

1 Japanese linen note pad. 

2J quires stamped note, large. 
25 stamped envelopes. 8vo. 

2 boxes pens. 
4 penholders. 
2 lead pencils. 

1 pack cushion top pins. 

1 glass inkstand. 

I desk wicker basket. 

I piece chamois. 

1 ink and pencil erase] 

1 red and blue chalk pencil. 

1 Canadian Almanac, 1917. 

1 poeket pencil "Diana". 

1 box paper fasteners. 

1 envelope opener. 

1 hand blotter. 

1 poeket diary, 1917. 

1 bottle mucilage. 

1 large office scissors. 

1 small bottle ink. 

1 Manilla letter file, foolscap size. 

( 'onients of 1>> si in Small I 'hamber. 

1 silver pocket pencil. 

1 Whittaker's Almanac, 1917. 

1 small poeket scissors. 

1 small note book. 

1 office dictionary. 

\ i DIT < (FFICE, April 7, 1917. 

Sir,— On the 5th of March last. 1 wro 
with reference to the supply of stationery for the 
us,- of the Senate, and up to the present, have 
received no reply to my letter. 

Kindly let me have a reply at once. 

1 am, sir. your obedient servant. 
J. FRASER, A.G. 

The Clerk of the -■ na 



I botte papiei < note] et nn eloppe old French 

Stj le. 
i botte i ii tes lettres el enveloppe Elizabethan. 

bolte pel it papiei , m itei et mi eloppe 
I botte papier a noter et envolopp. 
I bloc-notes society 1 1. 

1 botte papier toile a noter et enveloppes Berkshire. 

2 botte dc plume . 

lie 

i me vulcanite 
l paquel cartes dc \ isites pout i 
I paquet oai te de vi ites pom 
25 enveloppes pom cartes de visitc. 
1 botte de bande en caoutchouc. 
1 sac a lettres pom dames. 



Envoi se'pare'. 
ecaille, et etui 



I eanif, manchc i 
1 aumoniere. 

I cray le poehe. 

1 livre d'adresses. 

1917. 
I plume-n 
rte-billcts. 

■ dam I, tiroirde la c) 



botte papier v61in ivory society k 
loppes 



oter et enve- 



I botte papier imp. 'rial treasury a noter et larges 



i pap 
ides a 



lliere. 

■s timbn'-es. 
Japan. 



1 bloc papiei a lettres timbre, Senat du ( 'anada. 

1 bloc papier a lettres toile japonaise. 
21 main- papier a noter timbre, Large. 
25 enveloppes timbrees in-8° 

2 bottes de plumes. 
4 porte-plumes. 

2 crayons de mine. 

1 ri tuleau d'epingles. 

1 encrier vitre. 

1 corbeil de bureau. 

I morceau peau de chamois. 

1 gomme pout encre et mine. 

I crayon rouge et bleu. 

1 Canadian Almanac, 1917. 

1 crayon de po 'he » I liana ». 

I botte d'attache-papiers. 

1 ouvreur d'env eloppes 

1 buvard a main. 

1 agenda. 1917. 

1 bouteille de mucilage. 

1 paire de grands ,-iseaii\ pom- bureau. 

1 petite bouteille d'encre. 

i ,l.i- i in manila pour lettres, dimension telliere. 

Contenu dans bureau ,/, la chambn du Senat. 

1 crayon de poehe en argent. 
1 almanach \\ hittaker, 1917. 

i de pet its ciseaus de poehe 

1 petit livre de note. 

1 diet i, email , de bureau. 

Hi be\i de l'Althtei it. 7 avril 1917. 
Movsni k, Le cinq de mars dernier, je vous 
ecrivais an sujet de la fourniture de papeterie a 
I usage du S&nal et, jusqu'a present, je n'ai reeu 

;:lli 111.,' ! • I '.ill,.. 

Veiiillez, je vous prie, me donner une reponse 
I iate. 

.1,' demeure, moii-nm, voire ,,!,,'■ i--.uu serviteur, 



Le ? j- . 



.1 11! \.SER, A.G. 



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AUDITOR CrEXERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



The Senate, Ottawa, April 13, 1917. 

Sm, — Let me acknowledge the receipt of your 
letter of the 7th inst., in further reference to the 
subject matter of your letters of February 28 and 
March 5. In reply I have only to repeat what 
was stated in my letter of March 1 — That the 
articles referred to were purchased and distributed 
on the authority of an order of the Senate. 

I am also of the opinion that the detailed state- 
ment asked for is not necessary, as the matter 
of the distribution of its supplies is purely within 
the economy of the Senate, and subject to its 
control only. 

I may say, however, that the correspondence 
will be laid before the committee who supervises 
matters of this kind, for such action as they may 
deem necessary in the premises. 

I am, sir, Your obedient servant, 

J. C. YOUNG, 

The Auditor General. Deputy Clerk of the Senate. 



Le Senat, 13 avril 1917. 

Monsieur, — Permettez-moi d'accuser reception 
de votre lettre du 7 courant concernant les questions 
mentionnees dans vos lettres du 28 fevrier et du 
5 mars. En reponse, je ne puis que tepfeter ce que 
j'ai deja dit dans ma lettre du ler mars — que les 
objets mentionnes ont ete achetes et distribues 
sous l'autorite d'un decret du Senat. 

Je suis aussi d'opinion que l'etat ddtaille demands 
n'est pas necessaire, car la question de la distri- 
bution des fournitures est. purement du ressort 
du Senat et soumise au controle du Senat seul. 

Cependant, je puis dire que la correspondance 
sera soumise au comite charge de voir aux questions 
de ce genre qui d£cidera suivant qu'il le jugera 
a propos. 

Je demeure, monsieur, Votre obeissant serviteur. 

J. C. YOUNG, 

A l'Auditeur general. Le sous-greffier du Senat. 



Auditor General's Office, April 23, 1917 

Sir, — I inclose herewith copy of a letter received 
from the Deputy Clerk of the Senate. 

Before taking any further action I would be 
pleased if you would be kind enough to let me 
know if you approve of the second paragraph in 
the letter. 

I am, sir, Your obedient servant. 

The Clerk of the Senate J. FRASER, A.G. 



Bureau de l'auditeur general, 23 avril 1917. 

Monsieur, — Je vous envoie ci-inclus copie d'une 
lettre recue du sous-greffier du Senat. 

Avant de proeeder plus loin, je voudrais savoir 
si vous approuvez le deuxieme paragraphe de la 
lettre. 

Je demeure, monsieur, Votre obeissant serviteur, 

Au greffier du Senat. J. FRASER, A.G. 



Removal of Government Property to Quebec, from Ottawa. 
Transport d'effets du gouvernement d'Ottawa a Quebec. 



Auditor General's Office, April 16, 1917 

Sir, — On 28th March, 1917, an account of James 
Wilson <fe Company. Ottawa, for $779. 4S for repair- 
ing, regilding framing, etc., of pictures for the House 
of Commons, was paid by the Accountant of the 
House of Commons. 

In this account there appear two items on Novem- 
ber 2, 1916, viz: cartage and packing pictures, 
$2.50; express, SI. 25. 

These items would suggest that some of the 
pictures has been shipped away from Ottawa. 

As custodian of this government property, 
would you kindly let me know if such is the case, 
and also the destination of the shipments. 

I understand that a large quantity of this class 
of property was removed from the buildings 
during the fire. I would like to know if it is all 
in your custody and possession at present. 

I am, sir. Your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER. A.G. 

The Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons. 



Bureau de l'auditeur general, 16 avril 1917. 

Monsieur, — Le 28 mars 1917, une note de James 
Wilson A- Co., Ottawa, au montant de $779. 48, pour 
reparer, redorer, encadrer, etc. tableaux pour la 
( liambre des Communes, a ete payee par le comp- 
table de la Chambre des Communes. 

Dans cette note, il y a deux item portes a la date 
du 2 novembre 1916, savoir: emballage et factage 
de tableaux, S2.50; frais de messagerie, SI. 25. 

i !es item semblent indiquer que des tableaux 
onr rte expedies d'Ottawa. 

' lomme gardien de ces eflfets du gouvernement, 
veuillez avoir la bonte de me dire si cette suppo- 
sition est vraie et aussi la destination des envois. 

Je comprends qu'une grande quantite de ce 
genre d'effets a ete enlevee des edifices pendant 
l'incendie. J'aimerais a savoir si vous avez le 
tout en votre garde et possession. 

Je demeure, monsieur, Votre obeissant serviteur. 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

rgent d'Armes, Chambre des Communes. 



Ottawa, April 17, 1917. 

Sib, — In reply to your letter of 16th instant. 
I beg to state that a large quantity of property 
was saved front the fire on 3rd February. 1916, 



Ottawa, 17 avril 1917. 

Monsieur, — En reponse a votre lettre du 16 
courant. j'ai l'honneur de vous dire qu'une grande 
quantite d'effets ont ete sauves de l'incendie du 



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and removed to various points in the city of Ottawa 
and stored for Bafe keeping. 

All such propertj is now in my custody, with 
the exception of certain articles removed by the 
late Speaker, Mr. Sevigny, to the city of Quebec. 
A list, of these articles is enclosed herewith for 
your information. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

HENRY R. SMITH, Serg mi ' Vrm 

The Auditor General. 

/.. C. Smith & l; 

1 typewriter, No. 371, 123, 8. 
1 typewriter desk. 

I filing cabinet , 

Orme, I. m '■ i 

Victrola, style XVI No. 12057, 
Two-record ( larrying ( iases, 
Nine albums, 
21 records at 75c. 

9 " at 90c 
35 " at $1.25, 

7 " at $1.50, 

II ' " at $2.00, 
1 " at $2.50, 

11 " at $3.50. 
1 " at $5.00 
1 " at $6.00. 

Total number of records, ninety-seven 

James Wilson & Co. 

1 framed French subject. 

1 framed oval gravure "Delia," 

1 framed oval gravure "Toast of Bride," 

1 framed oval gravure, Gainsborough, 

1 framed col. platinum "Blossoms 

1 framed col. "Blind Man's Buff." 

1 framed col. Head. 

1 framed oval col. (lainsborough, 

1 framed oval col. "Sweet i 'hord- ■"■! I.ovi'." 



ier 1916, ef tran 
,1 in la \ ill*- d't Ittawa pout 

Tous ces effi : 
de certains articles transport6s par Tex-orateur, 
M. Sevigny, dans la ville de Que. P 

information, j'inclus une liste de ces article 



Je demeuri 



mi msicur, 



i 



HENRY R 5M1 111 

A 1'audite 

L.C. Smit) * B 

1 daetylographe n°371, 12:; 8. 
1 bureau pour daetylographe 

I easier classeur 

me, Lim ! A 

Victrola, modele XVT n 12057 

2 classeurs pour disques. 

9 Albums. 
21 disques a 75 

9 - ■:, 90c. 
35 " a $1.25 

7 " a $1 50 

I I '• a $2.00. 
1 disquc a $2.50 

It disques a $3 50 
I disque a $5.00. 
1 disque a $6.00. 

Total des disques, qual re-vingl 

James Wilson & Co. 

1 tableau encadre, sujet francais. 
1 tableau encadre, sujet gravure en ovale 
1 tableau encadre, gravure en ovale "Toast of Bride 
1 tableau encadre, gravure en ovale Gainsborough. 
1 tableau encadre. lleurs au platine sur fond colore. 
1 tableau encadre, peinture "Blind Man'-, Buff". 
I tableau encadre, peinture, tete. 
1 tableau encadre. peinture ovale (lainsborough. 
1 tableau encadre, peinture ovale "Sweet ch 
Love". 



Appointment and rates of pay of extra reporters. 
Nominations et echelle d'appointements de courrieristes 
supplementaires. 



Auditor General's Office, September 18, H117. 

Sir, — In the accounts forwarded this office by 
the Accountant of the House of Commons, I find 
that the following extra reporters have been paid 
at the rates set opposite their names 

M. F. Johnston at $75.00 per week. 
J. H. Kenehan at S.S5.00 per week. 
Marcel Gabard at $100.00 per week. 

As these are considerably in excess of the rates 
paid to the regular reporters, and as the vouchers 
do not show- any evidence of approval by you, I 
would be pleased to know if the appointment and 
rates of pay for these gentlemen have been approved 
by you. 

1 am, >ir, your mix-, be 



The Speaker, House of Commons. 

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.1 FR VSER. 



Bureau de l'al'diteur general, IS sept. 1017. 

Monsieur. — Dans les comptes envoyes a ce bu- 
reau par le comptable de la ( lhambre des commu- 
nes, je trouve que les courrieristes suivants 
payes -mvant le chiffre place en regard de leur 
lectif: 

M 1". Johnston k 575.00 'ear semaine. 

J. H. Kenehan a $85.00 par semaine. 

Marcel < labard ;'i $100 ml par sen 

Vu que ces taux sont beaucoup plus el 
ceux qui sont paves aux courrieristes ordinaire-, et 
que les pieces justificatives ne portent 
de votre approbation, je voudrais -avoir si la 
nomination et les appointements de ces mes 
ont recu votre approbation. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J FRASER l '- 
A I'l Irateur de la i ham n 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



House of Commons, Ottawa. Sept. 25, 1917. 

Sir, — His Honour the Speaker has referred tome 
your letter of the 18th inst., addressed to him, 
making inquiries as to the rates paid to temporary 
reporters on the Hansard staff. You observe that 
the vouchers do not show any evidence of approval 
by the Speaker, and for this reason His Honour's 
attention is called to the subject . I suppose you are 
aware thai the accounts of the House of Commons^ 
including the vouchers for the same, are not approv- 
ed by the Speaker, with the exception of personal 
accounts relative to his own office, and they never 
have been. I suppose you will notice the accounts 
referred to have been duly approved by me as 
i 'Ink of the House, and this is sufficient authority 
that the same are regular, properly authorized, 
and correct. 

His Honour desires me to say that all corre- 
spondence on matters of this nature should come to 
him through the Clerk of the House and not by 
addressing direct to him, as these detail- are 
peculiarly within the Clerk's authority and scope 
of duty. This is the first time I have known 
during my long term of office, that the Audit Office 
has communicated directly with the Speaker over 
the Clerk's head. His Honour very properly 
referred the same for me to deal with, and has 
requested me to reply to the inquiry. 

With regard to the accounts mentioned, the 
contracts were all made after careful consideration 
by myself, the chief of the Debates staff, and 
His Honour the Speaker. The rates are the best 
that could be obtained, and are fair and- reason- 
able, having regard to the circumstances of the case. 

I am. sir your obedient servant. 



THOS. B. FLINT. Clerk. 



The Auditor General. 



I I! UIBBI DES COMMUNES, OTTAWA, 

25 septembre 1917. 

Monsieur, — Son Honneur l'Orateur m'a remis 
votre lettre du 18 courant adressee a lui et deman- 
iliuii des renseignements sur les taux d'appointe- 
mentsde courrieristes temporaires dansle personnel 
du Hansard. Vous faites la remarque que les 
pi< i i ustificatives ne portent pas trace de 1 appro- 

bi idel'1 ' rat cur, et pour cette raison vous attirez 

['attention de l'Orateur sur cette question. Je 
suppose que vous n'ignorez pas que les eomptes 
de la Chambre des communes, ainsi que les 
pieces justificatives concernant ees eomptes, n'ont 
pas besoin d'etre approuves par l'Orateur, a ['excep- 
tion des eomptes personnels des depenses de son 
propre bureau, et qu'il en a toujours ete ainsi. Je 
suppose aussi que vous remarquerez que les eomp- 
tes en question ont ete dfrment approuves par moi 
comme greffier de la Chambre, que cette appro- 
bation est suffisante pour garantir que ces eomptes 
sont reguliers, dument approuves et exacts. 

< I'esf le dfisir de Son Honneur que je vous aver- 
tisse que toute correspondance sur des sujets de 
cette nature doit lui parvenir par l'ent remise du 
greffier de la Chambre et ne doit pas etre adres- 
see directement a lui. vu que ces details concernent 
5p6cialement le greffier et sont de sa competence. 
C'est, a ma connaissance, la premiere fois dans ma 
longue carriere de greffier que le bureau de l'audi- 
teur s'adresse directement a l'Orateur en passant 
par-dessus la tete du greffier. Son Honneur avec 
beaucoup d'a-propos m'a transmis cette question 
pour reglement et m'a demande de repondre. 

Au sujet des eomptes mentionnes. les contrats 
ont tous ete. faits apres etude attentive faite par 
moi, par le chef du personnel des Debats et par 
Son Honneur l'Orateur. Les taux d'appointements 
Mint les plus has que nous avons pu obtenir, sont 
justes et raisonnables, vu les circonstances. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 
THOS. B. FLINT, 
A 1'auditeur general. Le greffier de la Chambre. 



Illegal Payments to H. R. Hamilton. 
Paiements illegaux faits a H. R. Hamilton. 

Auditor General's Office, Dec. 6, 1916. Bureau de l'auditeur, Ottawa, 6 dec. 1916 

Sir, — Among the accounts paid by the Account- Monsieur. — Parmi les eomptes payes par le 

ant of the House of Commons for the month of eomptable de la Chambre des communes pour 

November, I find the following payments: — le mois de novembre, je trouve les paiements 

suivants: 

Cheque No. 1167— J. A. Gauthier, thirty Cheque n° 1167 — J. A. Gauthier, 30 jours 

days services, Nov. 1 to 30 S 120 00 de travail, 1-30 novembre $ 120 00 

Cheque No. 1166— J. M. Danis, thirty Cheque n° 1166— J. M. Danis, 30 jours de 

days services, Nov. 1 to 30 150 00 travail, 1-30 novembre 150 00 

Cheque No. 1015— Edwin Crowell, index- Cheque n° 1015— Edwin Crowell, index de 

ing Journals, 11 days at S5 55 00 journaux, 11 jours a $5 55 00 

Cheque No. 1008— Dositto Hache. ser- ( hcque n° 1008— Dositto Hache, travail 

vices from Sept. 18 and month of Oct. 86 00 du 18 sept, et pendant le mois d'octobre 86 00 

Cheque No. 994— E. W. Healey, extra Cheque n° 994— E. W. Healey, travail 

work, 31 days to Oct. 31 124 00 supplemental, 31 jours au 31 octobre. 124 00 

(heque No. 1007— H. R. Hamilton. Cheque n° 1007— H. R. Hamilton, travail 

special work, Oct. 1 to 31 155 00 special. 1-31 octobre 155 00 

Cheque No. 1169— H. R. Hamilton, Cheque n° 1169— H. R. Hamilton, travail 

special work, 30 days. Nov. 1 to 30. . 150 00 special, 30 jours, 1-30 novembre 150 00 

Veuillez faire certifier comme a l'or- 

Kindly have the officials who have knowledge dinaire par les fonctionnaires qui ont eu 
that these persons were in attendance give the connaissance du travail de ces personnes 
usual certificates that they were in attendance que ces dernieres ont ete presentes reel- 
each day for which payment is asked, except lement a chacun des jours pour lequel le 
Sundays and statutory holidays. salaire est demands, a 1'exception des 

dimanches et jours de fete. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

E. D. SUTHERLAND, for A. (,. E. D. SUTHERLAND, pour VA.G. 

The Clerk, House of Commons. Au greffier de la Chambre des communes. 



/ EGISLA I ION: EXPEXDITl RE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



N— 35 



Uni se of Commons, Ottawa, December 7,1916 

In replj '" j favour of the 6th 

ii whirl) you request to have the variou 

ml - therein named, certified to me as correct 

imj appro\ al i hereof, I beg 

this i- the first lime that a request of this 

has been made to this office, although 

- Hi the same kind have been paid on my 

certificate for the past thirteen years. 

Before eertifj ine to these accounts 1 satisfied 
myself that the work has been properly attended 
■ I ;is most of \li, • officials were under my 
direct authority and were urn under the attention 
or order: of any othei official, ii would be difficult 
at this date in nl. mm i he i ei ial i ertificate re- 
quested by you. In s< \ cases I may be able 

■hi addit ional information and of cour: e, 

will have no objeel ion in endi at ouring I I 

your wish as completclj | — ble 1 will 

return these accounts in n daj or mi with such 
additional information, if possible, as may meet 
your suggestions. 

Vours \ i i > 1 1 ul\ . 

I HOS B. 1 LINT, Clerk. 

E. 1>. SUTHERLAND, Esq , for A G. 



House of Commons, Ottawa, Hit. 12, 1916. 

Sin— I beg in return the enclosed accounts with 

the following comments;— 

J. A. Gauthier, certified liy II C. Sherwood. 

E. W. Healey, certified by VVm. Cairns, chief of 
office. 

Edwin Crowell, certified by myself from personal 
knowledge of tin- work performed. 

.J. M. Danis, certified by myself (the -nun 

H. R. Hamilton; Mr. Hamilton is employed as 
secretary in my office, and from persona] know- 
ledge know his account in be correct- 
In the matter of the account of Dositto Hache, 

employed in the office of the (Ink of the Crown 

in Chancery, I will make further inquiries and 

report to you later. 



I am 



eery truly, 



THOS. B. FLINT, Clerk. 
The Auditor General, Ottawa. 



Auditor General's Office, December 13, 1916. 

Sib, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letters 

of the 7th and 12th instant, relating to certain 
accounts returned by me for proper certificat 
to attendance of the different officials. 

The accounts returned by you are all certified 
correct, and I would be pleased to know if this 
certificate is intended to cover the wording usually 
given on accounts of this kind, to the effect that 
the officials were in attendance each day for which 
payment is asked, except Sundays and statutory 
holidays. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

E. D. SUTHERLAND, /-ir A.G. 

The Clerk, House of Commons, Ottawa. 

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■ I DES COM Ml 

'III I.' .Ii -II I I I l: I , ; 

dans laquelli 

ile \ on dire que e'est la premii 1 1 
di mande de ci tte nature i 
que des eomptes 

ans. 

rendu 

compte iiioi-nu 

plupart di 

lam i immediate et non 

I .lull diffil lie I 

cert ificats *pei iaux que vou. 1 >ans 

quelques ras, je puis men qui li i 

fane moi ni me rendn 

d'unc maniere aussi nplete que je 1c i i 

Je vous retournerai ces comptcs dan- un .nun ou 

renseignements que 
pu recueillir dans le sens demande. 

\ i bien d6voue, 

I II' '-. B. FLINT, h a ■lihrik la C. 
i. D. -I I HERLAND, pow /'.I. G. 



i 'hambre mi- i"M'.n m.s, Ottawa, 12 de 



1!U6. 



Monsieur, — J'ai l'honneur de vous retourner 

le- eomptes ci-inclus avec les n n i igi :nts sui- 

\ ants: 

I A i .aiiilm i , ' ■oni|iie eertiliepar H. ' Sherwood. 

E. \V. Healey, compte certifie par Win. < aim, 

chef du bureau. 
Edwin Crowell, compte certifie par moi-meme 

d'apres ma eonnaissanee pi r.-onnelle du travail 

mpli. 

I M I lanis, compte certifie par moi-meme '. meme 
raisonl. 

II 1; Hamilton: M. Hamilton est employe comme 
secretaire dans mon bureau, et je sais personnelle- 

llienl que ee I'ompte est e\;nt . 

Au sujet du compte de Dositto Hache, employe 
dans le bureau du greffier de la couronne en chan- 

rellerie, n \oii- enverrai plus tard les renseigne- 
ments que je pourrai recueillir. 

.le demeure, monsieur, votre bien devou£, 

THOS. B. FLINT, U greffier dt la C. 
A I'auditeui general, Ottawa. 



1.1 REATJ DE l'aUDITEUR GENERAL, 13 dt'C. 1916. 

Monsieur, — J'ai l'honneur d'accuser reception 
de vos lettres du 7 et du 12 courant relativement a, 
certains eomptes que vous retournez avec les eer- 
tificats necessaires au sujet de la presence de divers 
fonctionnaires 

Les eomptes retournes par vous sont tous certifies 
exacts, el j'aimerais a. savoir si a ce certificat Ton 
entend donncr le meme sens qu'a la phraseologie 
ordinaire dans les eomptes de cette nature, e'est-a- 
dire s'ils significant que les fonctionnaires en ques- 
tion out ete presents pendant chacun des jours speci- 
fies dans la demande de paiement, a part les diman- 
ehes et les jours feries. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

E. D. SUTHERLAND, pour VA. G. 



Au greffier de la Chambre 

des communes, Ottawa. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S RRPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



House of Commons, Ottawa, December 16, 1916. 

Sir, — I beg to inclose the certificate duly certified in 
the case of Dositto Hache, office of the Clerk of 
the Crown in Chancery. 

We have never been in the habit of using all those 
formal words in the class of certificate you mention, 
but I may say that when an account is certified as 
correct by me, or any of the officials of the House, 
it signified that all the requisites of the regular 
certificates are included. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

THOS. B. FLINT, Clerk. 

The Auditor General, Ottawa. 



Chambre des communes, Ottawa, 16 dec. 1916 

Monsieur, — J'ai l'honneur de vous envoyer ci- 
inolus le certificat regulier dans le cas de Dositto 
Hache, bureau du greffier de la couronne en chan- 
cellerie. 

Je n'ai jamais eu 1'habitude d'employer toutes 
ces formules specifiques dans le cas des certificats 
que vous mentionnez, mais je puis dire que lors- 
qu'un compte est certifie exact par moi-meme ou 
par l'un des fonctionnaires de la Chambre, cela 
signifie que toutes les formalites contenues dans les 
certificats regulters ont ete remplies. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

THOS. B. FLINT, 

I.e greffier de la Chambre. 
A l'auditeur general, Ottawa. 



Auditor General's Office, January 15, 1917. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter 
of December 16 last, in which you state that your 
certificate of "certified correct" upon the accounts 
of the various clerks employed in the House of 
Commons was intended to signify that they had 
been in attendance every day for which payment 
was asked, with the exception of Sundays and 
statutory holidays. 

In reply, I beg to point out that, under these 
conditions, you have certified to the services of 
Mr. H. R. Hamilton for the period from July 1 to 
November 30 last, inclusive, and from the records 
of the Department of Militia and Defence, I find 
that he was employed by them from July 19 to 
September 30, at Kingston, Ont., and from October 
1 to November 30, inclusive, as paymaster of the 
Signal Training Depot. As Mr. Hamilton is not 
a Civil Servant, but is only paid for the actual 
services rendered, he has, therefore, been illegally 
paid by you $675, being for the period from July 19 
to November 30, and you will kindly obtain a 
refund from him for this amount. 

I would also ask that you give an explanation as 
to why you certified that he was in attendance at 
your office during this period, when you must have 
teen aware that up to September 30 he was not 
even in the city of Ottawa, and during October 
and November he was performing military duties 
which would prevent him from attending to any 
clerical work in your office. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

The Clerk, House of Commons. 



Bureau de l'auditeur general, 15 janv. 1917. 

Monsieur, — J'ai l'honneur d'accuser reception de 
votre lettre du 16 dernier dans laquelle vous de- 
clarez que les termes de votre certitude "certifie 
exact" sur les comptes des divers commis employes 
a la Chambre des communes doivent signifier que 
les personnes y designees ont ere en devoir pour 
chacun des jours pour lequcl leur salaire est de- 
mands, a l'exception des dimanches et des jours 
feries. 

En r£ponse, j'ai l'honneur de vous affirmer que. 
dans ce cas, vous avez certifie comme reels les 
services de M. H. R. Hamilton pendant la periode 
^coulee entre le ler juillet et le 30 novembre inclu- 
sivement de l'annee derniere; et d'apres les comp- 
tes du ministere de la Milice et de la Defense, je 
trouve qu'il a ete employ*; par ce ministere du 19 
juillet au 30 novembre 4 Kingston, Ont., et du ler 
octobre au 30 novembre inclusivement, comme 
payeur au camp d'entralnement des Signaleurs. 
M . Hamilton n'etant pas un employe civil, il ne doit 
recevoir des honoraires que pour les services reels 
rendus, il a done recu illegalement de vous la somme 
de $675 pour la periode comprise entre le 19 juillet 
et le 30 novembre, et vous etes prie de faire rem- 
bourser ce montant. 

Je vous demanderais aussi de donner une expli- 
cation concernant le certificat que vous donnez de 
sa presence au bureau pendant cette periode, lorsque 
vous devez bien savoir que jusqu'au 30 septembre 
il n'etait pas meme dans la ville d'Ottawa, et que 
durant octobre et novembre il avait a accomplir 
des devoirs militaires qui ont du l'empecher de 
faire tout travail de commis dans votre bureau. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

Au greffier de la Chambre, Ottawa. 



Audit Office, February 7, 1917. 

Sir, — On the 1.5th ultimo, I wrote you with 
reference to certain employees of the House of 
Commons, and particularly with regard to Mr. 
H. R. Hamilton. Up to the present, I have 
received no reply to my letter, and I would be 
pleased to have ynu attend to the same and give 
me the information asked for. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, .1 G. 

The Clerk, House of Commons, Ottawa. 



Bureau de l'auditeur, 7 fevTier 1917. 

Monsieur, — Le 15 du mois dernier, je vous ai 
ecrit au sujet de certains employes de la Chambre 
des communes et particulierement de M. H. R. 
Hamilton. Jusqu'a present, je n'ai pas recu de 
reponse a ma lettre, et je serais heureux si vous 
vouliez accorder votre attention a ce sujet et me 
donner les renseignements demandes. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

Au reffier de la Chambre, Ottawa. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



House or Commons, Februarj 9,1917. 

Si n. With refere to Mr. II. I;. Hamilton's 

account for special work, 1 delayed replying to 
your letter of the ISth January, owing to the accu- 
mulation of correspondence in this office caused by 
the work ol ill- session. 

There appears in be a misapprehension on your 
part, as to the nature of my certificate of "correct" 
on Mr. Hamilton's account. On the 12th December 
] wrote you that' Mr. Hamilton was employed as 
secretary in my office, and from personal know- 
ledge know his account to be correct. Mr. Hamil- 
ton's accounts for special work are to be distin- 
guished from the ordinary accounts of temporary 
employees, and my certificate on his accounts do 
not imply, ami were not intended to imply, that 
he was actually in daily attendance at in.\ office 
during the period referred to, hut it. does imply 

that he was m attendance to my entire sat 1st :e i 

and performed all the work required of him in 
that connection, punctually and properly. 

You observe that 1 must have been aware that 
up to September Mil, he was not. even in the city 
ol Ottawa. I am aware that he was in the city 
of < Ittawa frequently between the 19th of .Inly and 
the 30th of September as communications passed 
between us to and from Ottawa frequently during 
that period. 

The facts of the ca-r are these: Mr. Hamilton, 
some tunc early in July, proposed to enlist for 
Overseas Service, and I encouraged him to 
He enlisted and informed me that, it would he 
necessary (or him to take some course of instruc- 
tion at Kingston, but that he would see that the 
work oftheoffice was in no wise interrupted or 
ted on that account. He informs me licit 
he cm to Kingston about the I'.ith of July, and 
between thai and the 30th of September attended 
to the work of the office, sometimes at Kingston 
and frequently at Ottawa, as he was in Ottawa 

: nines durum that period 111 attendance 
my office and carefully kept up the work. 

I may say that I also wrote to him to Kingston 
,ui more than one occasion, and received prompt 
replies on subjects connected with the liu.-iiir-- 
of the office. In fact, all the work required to he 
done in connection with the office was sal isfuetorily 
done by him during that period. 

During October and November, Mr. Hamilton 
resided in Ottawa, and his military duties as pay- 
master of the Signal Training Depot did not prevent 
his daily attendance on his duties at this office ami 
his keeping up with all the work required by the 
office during that period. He informs me that, 
as a matter of fact, he was in attendance at the 
office excepting for holidays during that period. 

He returned to Ottawa on the 21st of November, 
and from that date until the end of November 
and even to the present moment, Mr. Hamilton has 
been in daily attendance at this office, diligently 
performing all the work required of him as my 
secretary. I so arranged his hours that all his 
military duties ate performed without interference 
with his duties here. His military duties do not 
in any way interfere with his work here, nor does 
his work here interfere with his military duties. 

On this subject, I spoke to the Parliamentary 
Secretary of the Department of Militia & Defence, 
and he expressed his satisfaction with the arrange- 
lie :it . In carrying out these duties, Mr. Hamilton 
has worked literally almost day and night, and 
I have found him a most faithful, industrious, and 
competent assistant in this office. 

I would deeply regret, that insistence on any 



I HAXlBliK HI.- COMM1 

Mo-.sn.i ii, Aii sujet du compte de M. II. l;. 
Hamilton pour travail special, j'ai tetanic a repon- 
dre a votre lettre du i"> janviei a cause de 1'accu- 

- inula! cm de la correspondance dan- re bureau par 

suite du travail de la session. 

11 Semble y avoir de \otie pan line mauvaiso 

interpretation des termes de mon certificat "certi- 
iie exact" -iir te compte de M . Hamilton. Le 12 
de decembre, je \ous ai ecrit que M. Hamilton 
6tait employe cominc secretaire dan- mon bureau 
• i qu'a ma connaissance personnelle son compte 
nan exact. Les comptes de M . Hamilton pour 
travial special ne doivent pas etre confondus avec 
les comptes ordiiianes des employes temporaires, 
ct mon certificat, sur it- compt.es n'implique pa i. 
in don p e i - die interprets comme signifiant que 

M Hamilton a etc present en persot a mon 

bureau pendant la p&riode menti ice, mais dans 

ens qu'il a rempli ses devoir: d mon cnticro 
satisfaction ct qu'il a fait ton I le I rax ail qu'on lui a 

demande de fain- avec ordre et ponctualite.. 

V0US fades la lomarqllo que Je dc\ als -avoir que 

jusqu'au Mil septembre, il n'etait pas meme dans 
dans la ville d'Ottawa. Je sais qu'il a etc fn'- 
quemment a Ottawa entre le 19 juillet et le 30 
septembre comme l'indiquent no- relations fre- 
quences pendant cctte periode i inlaws et ailleurs. 
Void les fails en detail: M. Hamilton, vers le 
commencement de juillet, proposa d 
pour le sen ice d outre-mei . ct je 1'ai em i 

dans ce sens. 11 s'est elildle et In'u du qu'il lui 
i d'aller .-uix re nil coins ;'i Kingston 

mais qu'il verrait a ce que le travail du bureau ne 
souffre aucunement, par interruption on nridigciire, 

de cell, ali-eucc 1 I me <l|t q I f 1 1 e - I III I e :'l KuigS- 

ton vers le 19 juillet, et i ntre i ette date et le 30 
septembri , H a uivi . travail fa ire au bureau, 
quelquefois a Kingston et frSquemment & Ottawa, 
car il est venu en cette derniere x ille plusieurs fois 
durant cette periode se rendant au bureau et tenant 
le travail a jour. 

Je puis dire que je lui ai au.-si ecrit a Kingston 
en plus d'une occasion e( que j'ai recu de lui de 

prompt' n i >i in 'tr- sujets qui concernaient 

le bureau. En verite, tout le travail qu'il a fait 
pour le bureau pendant ce temps l'a ete d'une 
lnanicre -atisfai.-ante. 

Pendant les mois d'octobre et de novembre, 
M. Hamilton a demeurc a Ottawa, et ses devoirs 
militaires comme payeur du camp d'entrainement 
des Signaleurs ne I'onf pas empechS d'etre tous 
les jours au bureau, a part les jours feries, pendant 
cette periode. 

Je suis revenu a < Ittawa le 21 novembre, et depuis 
cette date jusqu'a la I'm de novembre, et meme 
in qu'aujourd'hui, M. Hamilton a etc prfeent tous 
les jours a ce bureau acconrplissant avec diligence 
tous les devoirs qui lui incombaient commi 
taire. J'ai regie -is hcuir- de luireaau de manieie 
que tous ses devoirs comme milituire soient accom- 
plis sans nuire a son travail ici. Ses devoirs mili- 
taires ne nuisent pas a son travail a ce bureau et 
son travail ici ne nuit en aucune maniere a ses 
devoirs militaires. 

Sur cette question, j'ai consult^ le 
parlementaire du ministerc de la Milice et de la 
Defense, et il -'est montre satisfait de cet arrange- 
ment. En accomplissant ses devoirs multiples, 
M. Hamilton a litteralement travaille jour et nuit, 
et j'ai trouve qu'il e.-t un adjoint de- plus fideles, 
industrieux et. competent pour ce bureau. 

Je regretterais profondenient de -nvmi que lou 
pour quelque raison strictement technique 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



trictly technical requirement should interfere 
with his receiving proper compensation for the 
valuable work performed by him. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

THOS. B, FLINT, Clerk. 
The Auditor General. 



pour le priver de recevoir une compensation propor- 
tionnee au travail inestimable qu'il a fait. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votrc obeissant serviteur, 

Le greffier de la Chambre, THOS B. FLINT 

A l'auditeur general, Ottawa. 



A.UDITOK General's Office, March 21, 1917. 

Sir,— I inclose herewith a file of correspondence 
with the Clerk of the House of Commons in refer- 
ence to illegal payments made to Mr. H. R. 
Hamilton, a sessional clerk. Mr. Hamilton enlisted 
for overseas service on 19th July, 1916, and has 
been drawing military pay since that date at the 
rate of S4.05 per day* The clerk of the House of 
Commons has also been paying him at the rate 
of S5 per day. I have pointed out to him that 
this is contrary to the regulations laid down by 
the Governor in Council, and asked him to obtain 
a refund of the amount illegally paid. He ha- not 
•complied with my request, and I see by the v< >ueh- 
•ers for February that he still continues to pay 
Mr. Hamilton for clerical services, notwithstanding 
the fact that he is in the military service. Under 
these circumstances, I have to request that you 
will instruct, the Clerk that he must recover from 
Mr. Hamilton the amount illegally paid and refrain 
from making any further payment to him, or I shall 
be obliged tci decline to i-sucany further certificate 
for Letters of Credit. 

Please return file. 

I am, your obedient servant, 

J.FRASER, 

Auditor General. 
The Secretary of the Treasury Board. 



5UREAU DE L- 



Monsieur, — Je vous envoie ci-inclus une liasse 
de correspondance avec le greffier de la Chambre 
des communes concernant des paiements illegaux 
faits a M. H. Hamilton, commis sessionnel. M. 
Hamilton s'est enrole pour le service d'outre-mer 
le 19 juillet 1916, et il a retire sa solde depuis cette 
date au taux de S4.05 par jour. Le greffier de la 
( "hambre des communes lui paie aussi des appointe- 
ments se montant a $5 par jour. 

Je lui ai dit que cela etait contraire aux reglements 
faits par le Gouverneur en conseil, et lui ai demande 
de faire rembourser le montant paye illegalement. 
II ne s'est pas conforme a ma demande, et je vois 
par les recus de fevrier qu'il continue encore a 
payer M. Hamilton pour travail de commis, 
malgre le fait qu'il est dans le service militaire. 
Vu ces circonstances, je vous demande dedonner 
instruction au greffier de recouvrer de M. Hamilton 
le montant paye illegalement et de cesser de faire 
d'autres paiements semblables, car sans cela je 
serai oblige de refuser d'emettre d'autre certificat 
pour lettres de credit. 

Veuillez retourner le dossier. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J. FRASER, 

L'auditeur general. 
Au secretaire du Conseil du Tresor, Ottawa. 



Finance Department, March 23, 1917. 

Sir, — By direction of the Treasury Board, I 
have the honour to forward you herewith a letter 
of the 21si instant, addressed to the Board, by 
the Auditor General, on the subject of alleged 
illegal payments made to Mr. H. R. Hamilton, 
a sessional clerk. 

Attached to the Auditor General's letter is a 
file of correspondence relative to the same matter. 

In submitting these papers for your considera- 
tion and action, I am at the same time desired to 
express the opinion of the Board that the payments 
referred to by the Auditor General should be 
stopped, and steps should be taken to have the 
amount of overpayments refunded, as indicated 
in his letter. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

T. C. BOVILLE, Secretary, Trea. Brd. 
Speaker, House of Commons. * 



Ministers des Finances, Ottawa, 23 mars 1917. 

Monsieur, — Par ordre du Conseil du Tresor, j'ai 
l'honneur de vous envoy er ci-inclus une lettre du 
21 eourant, adressee au Conseil par l'auditeur 
general au sujet de paiements illegaux faits a M. 
H. R. Hamilton, commis sessionnel. 

Attachee a la lettre de l'auditeur general est 
une liasse de correspondance concernant le meme 
sujet. 

En soumettant ces documents a votre consi- 
deration et en vous demandant d'agir, je desire 
en meme temps exprimer l'opinion du Conseil 
que les paiements mentionnes par l'auditeur 
general doivent cesser et qu'il faut faire des demar- 
ches pour faire rembourser les paiements supple- 
mentaires qui ont ete faits, comme il est dit dans 
la lettre. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

T. C. BOVILLE, le secretaire du Con. du Trisor. 
A l'Orateur de la Chambre des communes, 

Ottawa. 



House of Commons, April 10, 1917. 

Dear Mr. Speaker, —I have perused the cor- 
respondence between the Auditor General, and 
myself handed to me by you having reference 
to Mr. H. R. Hamilton, who has been for a long 
time acting secretary in this office. In the Auditor 
General's letter of March 21, there is an inac- 
curacy which I beg to point out. The Auditor 



Chambre des communes, 10 avril 1917. 

Monsieur l'Orateur, — J'ai etudie la correspon- 
dance entre l'auditeur gen6ral et moi-meme que 
vous m'avez remise au sujet de M. Hamilton qui 
a 6t6 pendant longtemps secretaire suppleant 
dans mon bureau. Dans la lettre de l'auditeur 
general du 21 mars, il se trouve une inexactitude 
que je desire mettre en lumiere. L'auditeur 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



General states thai Mr. Hamilton has been draw- 
ing military pay since the l9thofJuly, 1916 Mr. 
Hamilton has not drawn anj militarj pay since 
No\ ember 30, 1916, a period ol o\ er foul monl hs. 

I (uring my absence from Ottawa, Mr. Hamilton 
verj earefullj and thoroughlj performed .-ill the 
duties required of him in connection with my 
office, a pointed out in my letter to i he Auditor 
General of February !». I returned to Ottawa 
in the latter part of November from mj vacation, 
and earl; in December, Mr. Hamilton informed 
me that he had been receiving military pay up 
to November 30. He then voluntarily 
tinued drawing his milit arj paj after being inform- 
ed l>y me that there was a que tion as to his 

right i" -I" so, isidering the terms of an Order 

in Council which I drew to his attention. I so 

cd In work so that all his militai 
were performed without interference with his duties 
here I spoke to the Parliamentarj Secretary 
of the I lepai tment of M Uitia and 1 tcfenrc, and he 
expressed his satisfaction wiih the arrangement. 

Mr. Hamilton urges in reply to the demand 
<>f the Auditor General for refund of hi com- 
pensation as clerk in my office thai having per- 
formed those duties thoroughlj and to my entire 

satisfaction, and even at soi xpense and outlay, 

thai ii would not be jusl or fair for him to have 
to refund any moneys. 

The Auditor demands, in addition to the refunds 
referred to the cessation of Mr. Hamilton's paj as 
clerk in this office. Mr. Hamilton informs me 
that he has no objection to so doing, and he will 

Continue to at'tord mr hi- a--is!ame a- usual until 

the matter is decided. This will be very valuable, 
as he is thoroughly familiar with the routine 
and duties of the office. 

The Treasury Board seem to be under the 
impression that Mr. Hamilton lias been receiving 
double salary up to j ' pi ■ date, bul this, 
' as I have pointed out, is an error. This impression 
is, of course, based upon the statement of the 
Auditor General to the effect that Mr. Hamilton 
has been drawing military pay since November, 
1916. I inclose a communication from Mr. Hamil- 
ton covering the situation from his standpoint. 

I am, sir. your obedienl servant, 

THUS. B. FLINT, Clerk. 

The Speaker. Hon f t opinions. 



general dil que M II 

depuis le 19 juillel 1916. M. Hamilton n'a pas 

a dire depuis quat re moi 

Duranl ra, M Hamilton 

ri ligneu >emen1 e( exa ■ 

>le\ oil dan ■ n burc i 

ma I. an, & . .oil ;', |a date du 

.l.ii ete We retour a < Ittawa apres mi 

m de ,1 mine M. Hamilton m'a dit 

qu'il :n ir refit le iusqu au 30 

1 1 a ali »rs eoloni ucni reni in ■ 

a\ on appri qu'il ■ avait i ontestal ion d 

d'un decret .:■ 

ei|i 11 -ii, |c(] 

■no ile t rava il Ce i [Ue I es 

I. ,-o i lilitaires nc pu on tra, dl 
Ha. .1 ai pai le at 

e de la Milii e et dc la I lefense et il s'est 

nellt . 

M. Hamilton alleguc en repons 
de 1'auditeur pour remboursement de sa remuiie- 
ration rommc commis dans ce bureau qu'il a 
accompli parfaitemenl les devoirs qui lui etaient 
devolus el a mon entiere satisfaction, qu'il a meme 
lepen >es el des di bi iurs, el qu'il ne serait 
pas juste et 6quitable de 
boursement . 

L'auditeur demande en plus du 

de cesser de payer M. Hamilton comme ' mis 

de ce bureau. M. Hamilton mc dit qu'il n'a pas 
d'objection a cela, i I qu'il continuera a me fournir 
son assistance comme a l'ordinaire jusqu'a ce 
que la question soit reglee. Cette convention 
me sera d'un grand secours ear il est tres fami- 
liarise avec la routine et le travail de ce bureau. 

Le bureau du'Tresor semblc etre sous l'impres- 
sion que M. Hamilton a recu double salaire jus- 
qu'aujourd'hui, mais c'esl la une erreur, comme 
je lai demonl re. ' lei te impression i 
meiit. Iia-i'-e sin la , !,■< 'la i 'a 1 nai de ram lit em general 
1 1 ue M. I lamilton a re t ire sa solde depuis no 1 
1916. J'inclus une lettre dc M. Hamilton ex- 
pliquant la situation a sun point de \ ue. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

THOS. IS. FLINT, 

Li greffier rfi la < hambre. 

A Sea 1 lonneur ' 

i hambre di - communes, I 



House of Commons, April 10, 1917. 

Sir, — In compliance with your request for a 
statement, from me. from my own standpoint, of 
the situation created by the demands of the Audi- 
tor General as set forth in the correspondence 
between you ami him, in reference to a refund of 
certain payments received by me, I would re- 
spectfully submit the following. 

Having served for some years as clerk in your 
office, I continued the work at your request during 

the last parliamentary recess, ami r ived pay 

for the same as usual. 

In July, I obtained your consent to go to Kingston 
as a probationary paymaster, and later was trans- 
ferred to Ottawa as acting paymaster of the Signal 
Training Depot. From July 19 to November 30, 
I drew the pay of both positions of paymaster and 
clerk in your office. I was enabled to perform the 
duties required of me in both positions without any 
detriment to the one or the other. Besides, I do 
not see that the Order in Council referred to is 
intended to apply save to Civil Servants whose 
military duties take them from their civil services, 



Chambre des communes, 10 avril 1917. 

Monsieur, — Conformement ;\ votre demande do 
ma version sur la situation creee par les demandes 
de l'auditeur general telles qu'exposees dans la 
correspondance echangee entre vous et lui, concer- 
nant le remboursement de certaines sommes recues 
par moi, je soumets respeetueusement les explica- 
tions suivantes: 

Ayant ete employe quelques annees comme 
commis dans votre bureau, j'y suis reste a votre 
demande pendant la derniere vacanee parlemen- 
taire et j'ai recu les memes appointements ordi- 
naires. 

En juillet, j'ai obtenu votre consentement pour 
aller a Kingston comme aspirant payeur. et plus 
turd j'ai ete transfere a Ottawa comme payeur 
suppleant du camp d'entralnement des Signaleurs. 
Du 19 juillet au 30 novembre, j'ai retire les appointe- 
ments des deux positions; comme payeur et comme 
commis dans votre bureau. J'ai pu remplir les 
devoirs des deux positions sans detriment de 1'une 
aux depens de l'autre. De plus, je ne vois pas que 
le decret de l'Executif mentionne puisse s'appliquer 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



and the Auditor General states that I am not a Civil 
Servant. 

In order to await a decision on this Order in , 
Council, whilst believing that I was justly and 
legally entitled to both pays, I voluntarily dis- 
continued the military pay as from November 30, 
and in so doing, I hoped that would be enough 
sacrifice on my part, considering the extra amount 
of work and expenses involved in fulfilling the 
requirements of both positions. 

I would esteem it a favour to be granted an inter- 
view with the Honourable The Speaker before any 
decision is made. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

H. R. HAMILTON, 

The Clerk of the House of Commons. 



Auditor General's Office, April 28, 1917. 

Sir, — I received your personal note of 14th instant 
inclosing letters from the Clerk and Mr. Hamilton 
in reference to the latter drawing pay from two 
sources. The law and Orders in Council are quite 
clear on this matter, and I have no option but to 
see that the wishes of Parliament and the Govern- 
ment are carried out. 

Mr. Hamilton states in his letter " I voluntarily 
discontinued the military pay as from November 
30". I cannot understand how he can make this 
statement. Mr. Hamilton is paymaster at the 
Signal Training Depot. He prepares the pay-list 
and pays the officers and men out of funds received 
from the Militia Department. I "have before me 
the pay-list for February, 1917. On this pay-list 
Captain Hamilton has credited himself with pay 
and allowances for the month, also with a balance 
brought forward from the previous month of 
$325.75, making a total to his credit of $472.75. 
He has signed the following certificate: "I hereby 
certify that this pay-list is correct to the best of 
my knowledge and belief". He had at the same 
time at his credit in the bank, $2,087.66 to enable 
him to pay the credits on the pay-list. This 
pay-list was passed as correct by the Militia De- 
partment, and so far as the Government is con- 
cerned, Captain Hamilton has been paid. If, as 
he says, he voluntarily discontinued the military 
pay, he should not have credited himself with any 
amount on the pay-list. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

The Speaker, House of Commons. 



House of Commons, May 2, 1917. 

Dear Mr. Speaker,— I have called Captain 
Hamilton's attention to the Auditor General's 
letter which you inclosed to me to-day, and would 
ask you to consider it carefully in view of the 
apparent misrepresentations contained in the 
Auditor General's letter. 

In the first place, the Auditor General professes 
to give a quotation from Captain Hamilton's 
previous letter, but you will observe that he only 
quotes a part of a sentence, leaving out that portion 
of the sentence which is of the most importance. 
The sentence in Captain Hamilton's letter is as 
follows: "I voluntarily discontinued the military 



_a d'autres qu'aux employes civils preprement dits 
dont les devoirs militaires sont tels qu'ils sont 
forces d'abandonner leur service comme employes 
civils, et l'auditeur general declare que je ne suis 
pas un employe civil proprement dit ou r6gulier. 

Afin d'attendre une decision sur ce decret de 
l'Executif, malgre ma conviction que j'avais droit 
en justice et legalement aux deux appointements, 
j'ai eesse volontairement de recevoir ma solde i 
partir du 30 novembre, et par la j'espere avoir fait 
assez de sacrifice, vu la somme supplementaire 
de travail et de depenses que j 'ai affrontee pour 
remplir les devoirs -des deux positions. 

Je me croirais tres favorise si vous pouviez 
m'obtenir une entrevue avec Son Honneur l'Orateur 
avant qu'une decision soit prise. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

H. R. HAMILTON, 

Au greffier de la Chambre 
des communes, Ottawa. 

Bureau de l'auditeur general, 

Ottawa, 28 avril 1917. 

Monsleur, — J'ai recu votre note personnelle du 
14 courant renfermant des lettres du greffier et de 
M. Hamilton au sujet du paiement a ee dernier 
d'appointements provenant de deux sources. La 
loi et les decrets de l'Executif sont tout a fait clairs 
sur cette question, et je n'ai pas d'autre alternative 
que de voir a ce que les volontes du parlement et du 
gouvernement soient executees. 

M. Hamilton declare dans sa lettre: "J'ai cesse 
volontairement de recevoir ma solde a partir du 30 
novembre". Je ne puis comprendre comment il 
peut faire cette declaration. M. Hamilton est 
payeur du camp d'entrainement des Signaleurs. 
II prepare le bordereau de paye, et il paye les offi- 
ciers et les soldats a meme les fonds recus du minis- 
tere de la Milice et de la Defense. J'ai devant moi 
le bordereau de fevrier 1917. Sur ee bordereau, le 
capitaine Hamilton a port4 a son credit sa solde et 
son allocation mensuelles. ainsi qu'une solde reportee 
des mois ant6rieurs au montant de $325.75, ce qui 
fait un total a son credit de $472.75. II. a signe le 
certificat suivant: "Je certifie par les presentes 
que ce bordereau est exact au meilleur de ma con- 
naissance et croyance". En meme temps, il a a son 
credit a la banque $2,087.66 pour lui permettre de 
payer les sommes creditees sur le bordereau. Ce 
bordereau a ete accepte comme exact par le minis- 
tere de la Milice, et en autant que le gouvernement 
est concerne, le capitaine Hamilton a ete paye. 
S'il a, comme il le dit, volontairement cesse de 
retirer sa solde, il n'aurait pas du porter aucun 
montant a son credit sur le bordereau. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 
A l'Orateur de la Chambre 
des communes, Ottawa. 

Chambre des communes, 2 mai 1917. 

Cher monsieur 1'Orateur, — J'ai attire l'atten- 
tion du capitaine Hamilton sur la lettre de l'audi- 
teur general que vous m'avez envoyee aujourd'hui, 
et je vous demande de l'etudier attentivement a 
cause des inexactitudes apparentes qui s'y trouvent. 

En premier lieu, l'auditeur general pretend 
donner une citation d'une lettre anterieure du 
capitaine Hamilton, mais vous remarquerez qu'il 
ne cite qu'une partie de la phrase, laissant cette 
partie qui semble etre la plus importante. La 
phrase se lit comme suit dans la lettre du capitaine 
Hamilton: "J'ai eesse volontairement de retirer 
ma solde a partir du 30 novembre, et par la, j'espere 
avoir fait assez de sacrifice ". 



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pay as flop i November 30, and in so doing I hoped 
that would be enough sacrifice on mj pari . . . ." 

The Auditor only quotes one line ol thi 
as follow-, "I voluntarilj discontinued the military 
i>.iy from November 30". Even this statement, 
I find from Captain Hamilton's explanation is 
Literally true and correct, as he has not drawn one 
cent of liis military pay since the date 
to, and lias no intention of doing so until the matter 
is adjusted 

The statement that some $2,000 odd is to Cap- 
tain Hamilton's > redit includes the amount of liis 
personal credit referred to, and is no mon 
money than is the money of the other officers who 
have not been paid, which is also included in the 
above amount, in the bank. In other words, the 
money is not Captain Hamiltoi personal money, 
but money belonging to the Government, and he 
has not drawn any of it. 

No doubt the pay-list was passed as correct by 
the Militia Department, and the money belongs to 
the Militia Department until drawn by the pay- 
master in the course of his duties. Captain Hamil- 
ton eould only reduce this money to his pi 

ion by drawing a cheque and taking it out of 
the bank. Tin- he ha- not done, and he informs me 
that he has no intention of doing so until the matter 
is settled. Consequently, the statement that 
Captain Hamilton has not been paid is correct, 
and the insinuation that he has been paid is en- 
tirely unfounded. 

< a] it :n n Hamilton's statement to me, as an officer 
and a gentleman, that he would not draw any 
military pay as long as the propriety of his doing 
so was in question, has been literally and honestly 
carried out, and the Auditor General's attempt 
to give the Speaker of the House of < !omn 
false impression of his position in this matter 
cannot be too severely condemned. 

I handed the Auditor General's letter to < 'aptain 
Hamilton, and he furnished me with the reply 
inclosed. In it he asks an opportunity to see you 
personally, which I trust you might be able to 
grant at an early date, as I believe his statement 
would show the absurdity of the Auditor Gem 
contentions, which are, in my view, very unfair to 
I 'aptain Hamilton, who has not. touched om 
of this money which the Auditor erroneously 
insists has been paid. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant , 

THOS. B. FLINT, Clerk. 
Speaker of the Hon-, of Commons. 



Speaker's Chambers, Ottawa, May 2, l'JI7. 

My Dear Dr. Flint. — I beg to inclose herewith 
for your perusal a letter dated 28th April from 
the Auditor General, which speaks for itself. 
I would be very sorry, indeed, if it should prove 
that the facts arc as stated therein, as on your 
representation and those of ( 'aptain Hamilton. 
I endeavoured to have the Auditor i leneral assent 
to the proposal along the lines of our conversation. 
But if it transpires that, instead of < 'aptain Hamil- 
ton receiving no pay, he is being credited with 

like sum-, it c plicate- the situation to an i stent 

that I do not see any other course to pursue than 
that indicated by the Auditor General. I would 
be pleased to take this up with you at your eaili. -t 
convenience. 

Yours truly, 

EDGAR N. RHODES. 
Clerk of the House of Commons. 



. ite qu'une ligne de la phrase 
• suit I ai - es: 6 volontairement de rvtirer 
ma olde a pat I ir du 30 n.u embrc Mais j< trouve 
explications donnei Hamil- 

ton que meme cette declaration est vraii i 
litterali miiit, car il n'a pas retire tin sou di 
depuis la date mentionnee, et U n'a pa I Intention 
: ire mm que la question ne sera pas n 
l.c fait qu m {2,000 est au 

credit du capitaine Hamilton et comprend le 

i itai i ment ionne pot redit pi rsonnel ne 

-lenilic pas que cet argent appartient au capitaine 
Hamilton pas plus qu'il n'apparticnt, aux autres 
officiers qui n'ont pa- etc pave- et dont I 'avoir est 

eompris dans la mi la banque. Kn 

es, cet argent n'est pas celui du 
capitaine Hamilton pi rsonnellement, mais il api r 
tient au gum ernement et il n'a pas I te n I ire par M. 
Hamilton. 

11 n'y a pas de doute que le bordereau a ete ap- 
prouve colonic exact par le ministere de la Milice, 
appartientau mini-tire de la Milice tant 
qu'il n'a pas et6 ret ire pat le payeur agissanf comme 
te], dans I'accomplissement de son devoir. Le 
capitaine Hamilton ne pent toucher cet argent 
qu'en produisant un cheque et en le faisant bonorer 
par la banque. < i'est ce qu'il n'a pas fait et qu'il 
ii. i pas ['intention de (aire tant que la question ne 
sera pas reglee. En consequence, la declaration 
pitaine Hamilton est vraie lorsqu'il affirme 
qu'il n'a pas ete paye et 1'insinuation qu'il a ete 
pave est cut a'. lenient san- foiidemcnt. 

iration que le capitaine Hamilton m'a 

: ■ officier et comme gentilhomme, qu'il 

ne retin solde tant que Ton do 

de son droit de le faire, a ete litteralement et 
observee, et la tentative de l'audi- 
icur general de tromper l'Orateur sur cette ques- 
tion meritc la plus severe reprobation. 
J'ai passe la lettre de l'auditeur general au capi- 
olton et il m'a fait la reponse incluse. 
. reponse, il sollieite de vous uneentrevue, 
que vous pourrez lui aceorder bientbt, j'ai con- 
nance, vu que je crois que sa declaration demon- 
absurdite de la pretention de l'auditeur 
general, dont le- vues, d'apres moi, sont tout a fait 
poui le capitaine Hamilton, ear eelui-ci 
n'a pas touche un sou de cet argent que l'auditeur 
gi neral soutient lui avoir ete paye. 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

THOS B M 
Le ffreffii r di la ' ; 
A l't 'lutein de la ' 'hambre 
des commune-, i Ittawa. 

BuREATJ DE L'ORATErR, OTTAWA. 2 Illai 1917. 

Cher monsieur Flint, — J'ai 1'honneur de vous 

envoyer ci-inclus une lettre de l'auditeur gen6ral 

en date du 28 axril et qui parle par elle-meme. 

Je serais vraiment bien fache si reellement lea 

on1 tels que dits dans cette lettre, car sur 

vos representations et sur celles du capitaine 

Hamilton je me suis efforce d'avoir le consente- 

iiient «le l'auditeur general a la proposition enoncee 

dans notre conversation. Mais si Ton apprend 

que le capitaine Hamilton, au lieu de ne ncevoir 

aucune solde, a recu credit de sommes equivalentes, 

rein complique la situation a un te! point que je ne 

Hie ressource que de se rendre a la 

i d l'auditeur general. Je serais heureux 

de parler de cette question avi •< haine 

Bien a \ on-. 

EDI IAR N RHODES. 
Au greftier de la Chambre 
immunes, Ottawa. 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



House of Commons, May 2, 1917. 

Dear Dr. Flint, — The letter from the Auditor 
General to His Honour, the Speaker, of the 28th 
of April, which you handed to me, contains mis- 
representations which I feel it my duty, in justice 
to myself, to point out. 

In the first place that money to my credit in 
the bank has not been drawn by me as paymaster, 
and it is only to my credit as paymaster, and not 
personally in anv sense. If the latter was the 
case the\vhole of the §2,077.66 would belong to 
me, which is manifestly absurd, as it does not 
belongtome in any sense, but to the unit, or Militia 
Department. 

I could only take my pay out of it by drawing 
a cheque as paymaster in my own personal favour, 
Then only would I be paid, and the Auditor's 
statement in the latter part of his letter that I 
have already been paid is sheer nonsense. I 
have not drawn this pay nor any part of it since 
I promised you that I would not do so until the 
propriety and legality of so doing were decided. 

You will notice that the Auditor General quotes 
only a line of my explanatory letter to you, leaving 
out the balance of the sentence. But, even that 
line is literally true and absolutely correct. I do 
not know why the Auditor General should so mis- 
represent the position, because he must know that 
no part of that money can be drawn except by the 
paymaster as such, and not by myself personally. 
This bank account is a government and regimental 
account, and not my account in any sense, and this 
the Auditor General ought to be aware of, but he 
Bays, as far as the Government is concerned, 
Captain Hamilton has been paid. This is abso- 
lutely untrue, as I could not be paid any amount 
whatever out of this account without drawing 
a government cheque as paymaster which, as I 
have said before, has not been done and will not 
be done until this matter is settled. This, I 
hope, will be soon, as I am not drawing pay from 
any source at present. 

I wish you would make this clear to His Honour 
the Speaker, and if possible procure me an inter- 
view with him at an early date to answer any 
further questions he may wish to put to me on the 
matter, as the Auditor's unfair statements seriously 
injure my honour and integrity as an officer and a 
gentleman. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

H. R. HAMILTON. 

Clerk of the House of Commons. 



Memo for the Honourable, The Speaker of the House 
of Commons. 

From July 19th to November 30, 1916, only, I 
received my pay both for military and House 
of Commons duties performed, and to which I 
consider I was justly and legally entitled. 

A question, however, arose whereupon I volun- 
tarily discontinued to draw any further military 
pay until the matter was decided upon. 

In my opinion, the Order in Council referred 
to by the Auditor General only applies to Civil 
Servants whose military duties take them from 
their civil duties. 

In my case both the military and civil duties 
are being performed by arrangement without 
any detriment the one to the other. 

According to the statement of the Auditor 
General, I am not a Civil Servant. 



Chambre des communes, 2 mai 1917.- 

Cher monsieur Flint, — La lettre de l'auditeur 
general a Son Honneur l'Orateur en date du 28 avril 
et que vous m'avez transmise, contient des inex- 
actitudes que je crois de mon devoir de relever, en 
justice pour moi-im m . 

En premier lieu, cet argent a mon credit a la 
banque n'a pas ete retire par moi comme payeur, 
et il est a mon credit comme payeur et non pas 
comme argent personnel. Car, dans ce cas, toute 
la somme de $2,077.66 m'appartiendrait, ce qui 
ist manifestement absurbe, car elle n'est pas a moi 
en aucun sens, elle est la propriety de l'unite, ou du 
ministere de la Milice. 

Je ne pourrais retirer ma solde qu'en produisant 
un cheque a titre de payeur et en faveur de mbi- 
meme personnellement. Alors seulement je serais 
paye, et la declaration de l'auditeur general dans 
la derniere partie de sa lettre disant que j'ai ete 
paye est tout simplement un non-sens. Je n'ai pas 
retire cette solde ni en entier ni en partie depuis que 
je vous ai promis que j'agirais de meme jusqu'a ce 
que la legalite et la justesse de mon droit en soit 
reconnues. 

Vous remarquerez que l'auditeur general ne 
cite qu'une ligne des explications que je vous ai 
donnees dans ma lettre et qu'il laisse le reste de la 
phrase. Mais cette ligne meme est vraie en toutes 
lettres et absolument correcte. Je ne sais pas pour 
quelle raison l'auditeur general cherche ainsi a 
denaturer ma situation, car il doit savoir qu'aucune 
partie de cet argent ne peut etre retiree, si ce n'est 
par le payeur, et non pas par moi personnellement. 
Ce compte de banque est un compte du gouverne- 
ment et du regiment, ce n'est pas mon compte en 
aucune maniere, et cela, l'auditeur general devrait 
le savoir; mais il dit qu'en autant que le gouverne- 
ment est concernd, le capitaine Hamilton est paye.. 
Cela est absolument faux, car je pourrais retirer un 
montant quelconque de ce compte sans faire un 
cheque du gouvernement comme payeur, et e'est, 
comme je l'ai dit plus haut, ce que je n'ai pas fait 
et ne ferai pas tant que la question ne sera pas 
deeidee. Cette decision, je l'espere, sera bientot 
prise, car aetuellement je ne retire aucun salaire. 

Je desire que vous exposiez la question clairement 
devant Son Honneur l'Orateur, et que vous puissiez 
m'obtenir une entrevue avec lui bientot afin que je 
puisse repondre a toute autre question qu'il pourrait 
me faire sur ce sujet, car les declarations fausses de 
l'auditeur general sont une injure serieuse, une 
attaque contre mon honneur, mon honndtete 
comme officier et comme gentilhomme. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

H. R. HAMILTON. 
Au greffier de la Chambres des communes. 

Mi/noire pour Son Honneur VOrateur de la Chambre 
des communes. 

Du 19 juillet au 30 novembre 1916 seulement, 
j'ai recu mes appointements et. ma solde pour 
mon travail a la Chambre des communes et 
comme militaire, et je considere qu'en justice 
et legalement j'y avais droit. 

Cependant on s'est objecte a cela, et j'ai cesse 
volontairement de retirer ma solde en attendant 
que la question soit reglee. 

Dans mon opinion, le decret de l'Executif men- 
tionne par l'auditeur general ne s'applique qu'aux 
employes civils permanent^ ou reguliers dont les 
devoirs militaires sont tela qu'ils sont forces de 
laisser leurs devoirs civils. 

Dans mon cas, j'ai accompli et mes devoirs 
militaires et mes devoirs civils, grace a une dis- 



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kit I have aln ad \ ai I ificed :>11 that 
i-iii !«' reasonably expected of anj one under the 
circumstance 

If, however, this further demand is insisted 
upon, I respectfully ask to be heard I", coui 

Respectfully submitted, 

II It. HAMILTON". 
Ottawa, Max :, 1917. 



Ho si oi C'i immon's, June I-', 1017. 

I hi Honourable the Speaker of the House oi 

Commons, < lap! H. R. Hamill I the < 

Expeditionary Force, the ^uditot General, and 
myself requesl vour opinion a? to the legal ituation 
wing statement 
from: — 

Stai s « i . \ i 

t. Mr. II. R. Ham. lion, a sessional clerk of 
the House of Commons, was temporarily employed 
after prorogation in the office of the I Jerk of th 

House of Com ns as stenographer, and was 

paid from time to tim i an account rendered 

for sen ices. 

2. During the session of Parliament, Mi Hami 
ton was a sessional i lerk in the House of ( Commons 
assigned to the office of the Clerk of the House 
as a stenographer and acting secretary, but this 
employ it nt i I on prorogation, and he was 

subsequently retained in the at apacity during 

the rei ess oi Parliament. 

::. On the 19th of Jul} , 1916, the t lerk of the 
House, then being absent on his vacation, Mr. 
Hamilton enlisted in tin- military service, and 
lirected to go to Kingston for instruction 
as a paymaster, and he went to Kingston for that 
purpose. 

4. While undereoin^ probationary course at 
Kingston he continued to '1" all the work required 
of him as temporary' employee of the ('lerk of 
the House, receiving and answering correspondence 
at Kingston, and from time to time doing work 
at the Clerk's office at Ottawa, until he was 
remove. I to Ottawa permanently on September 
28, 1910, his military rank then being that of 
Honorary Captain. 

5. He ■ ■ ■nt in I to perform, in addition to his 

military duties, all the work which he was 
accustomed todo, ami which was required of him 
at the Clerk's office, to the satisfaction of tin- 
Clerk of the House. 

6. During this period i 'aptain Hamilton n 

the usual pay on account rendered to the office 
of the Clerk, and duly approved by the < 'lerk. 

7. Later, viz., in December and January hist. 
the Auditor General, in correspondence with the 
Clerk of the House, raised the question as to 
whether Captain Hamilton should not. refund 
the amount of pay received by him as stenographer 
and acting secretary of the ('lerk of the House 
during the period in which he was in the military 
service, and had drawn military pay. 

S. Captain Hamilton, as a matter of fact, had 
drawn military pay up to the 30th November, 
1916. After thai date owing to this question 
being raised, he did not draw any further military 
pay, although claiming his right to do so. 

9. Upon this question being raised, ('aptain 
Hamilton received permission from the military 
authorities to continue work in the office of the 
Clerk of the House of Commons provided the 
same did not interfere with his military duties; 
the Clerk of the House agreeing to allow him 



position de li manieri 

ii" nuisent 

D'apn ! ' declarat ion di 

iden • ' .i.icl , i 1 1'.. ra 
et te demande • 

par le I 'OI 

Itespi 

II I : HAMI 
( tttawa, 3 iM.u 1917. 



( "it WIliltK. DES i I 1M M i \*E8, ' Ml ' 

I .'( trateur .1 [a I hambre des com tt 
capitaine H. I!. Hamilton de la I oi 
tionnaire canadienne, l'auditeur genfral et moi- 
incme demandons \ ot re opinii a I 
qui se degage des tails suiva 
a\ ec les qu' [t rappoi tent 

1. M. H. R. Hamilton, commis ionnel de 

la i 'hambre des communes, a ete employe tempo- 
raireiiient apr^s la prorogation comme commis 

in le bureau du greffier de la ( lhambi 
commune-, ,-t a 6te paye de temp- en temps 
pout ses set vices n 

2. Durant la ion du Parlement, M. Hamilton 

a ete commis sessionnel a la ( 'hambre des commu- 
nes, employe dans le bureau du greffier de la 
i 'kimliro comme si enogt iphe e1 ■■■ tretaire sup- 
pliant, mai- eel emploi a ccsse avec la prorogation, 
et il fat plus tard gardd au meme tit re pendant la 
\ can. e, 

3. Le 9 juillel 1916, le greffier <le la Chambre 

mmunes 6tan1 alors absent pour -c- \ acanccs, 
M. Hamilton -'est enrole pour service militaire, 
.: i.iiii instruction de c rendu a kme ton pour 
suivre un cours comme payeur, ce qu'il lit 

4. Tout en subissant ce stage de pi 
Kingston, il continua ;'t remplir tous ses devoirs 

omme employe temporaire du grefl 
Chambre, recevant la correspondance a Kingston 

epi mdant de la , et de temps en teiu p- 
son travail au bureau du greffiel I I usqu'a 

ce qu'il tut cantonne permanemment a (tttawa, 
le 28 septembre, son grade militaire etant alors 
celui de capitaine honoraire. 

5. En outre de ses devoirs militaires, il continua 
a remplir tous les devoirs qui Im etaient ordinai- 
rement devolus comme employ^ dans le bureau 
du greffier et a la satisfaction de ce dernier. 

6. Pendant cette periode, le capitaine Hamilton 
a recu les appointements ordinaires comme commis 
du greffier sur comptes produits et dftment appn iu- 
v£s par le greffier. 

7. Plus tard, e'est-a-dire en dScernbre et Janvier. 
l'auditeur general, dans une lettre au greffier 
dc la Chambre souleva la question si le capitaine 
Hamilton ne devail pa- remetl re les appointements 
recu- par lui comme stenographe et set 
suppleant du greffier de la Chambre pendant 
I. temps qu'il avait etc en service militaire et 
avait retire une solde comme tel. 

8. ' omme question de fait, le capitaine Hamilton 
a retire sa solde jusqu'au 30 novembre 1916 

cette date, a cause de la discussion soulevee, il 
n'a pas retire de solde bien que proclamant son 
droit dc le faire. 

9. Des le debut de la discussion, le capitaine 
Hamilton a recu la permission des autoritAs mili- 
taires de continuer -on travail au bureau du ete flier 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



to do the work in his office at such hours and 
times as would not conflict with his work as 
paymaster in the militia service. 

10. When Parliament is in session. Captain 
Hamilton has the status of sessional clerk, a 
temporary position, and as ?uch only is assigned 
in the office of the Clerk by the Clerk. 

11. Captain Hamilton claims that he is justly 
and duly entitled to all the compensation which 
he has received for work in the Clerk's office 
as a sessional and temporary employee in addition 
to his military pay. 

12. Appended hereto is a brief statement of the 
argument in support of Captain Hamilton's claim. 



T. B. FLINT, Clerk. 



The Minister of Justice. 



House of Commons, June 12, 1917. 

Sir. — In support of the claim preferred by 
Capt. H. R. Hamilton, and referred to in the 
i :it herewith submitted, I beg to urge as 
follows: — 

1. In the absence of a statute or Order in Council 
based upon statute clearly forbidding such pay- 
ment, Captain Hamilton, having performed the 
work indicated to the satisfaction of his superiors, 
he is entitled to the proper compensation for the 
performance of both duties. 

2. Xo statute forbidding such payment nor any 
Order in Council to the same effect can be quoted. 

3. An Order in Council, even if there be one, 
which purports to affect payments made by the 
proper authorities of the House of Commons 
is not valid unless such Order in Council is based 
upon a statute in which the House of Commons 
or the Houses of Parliament are specifically men- 
tioned. 

4. The correspondence on this subject between 
the Audit Office, the Clerk of the House, the 
Speaker of the House of Commons, and Captain 
Hamilton, is hereto annexed. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

THOS. B. FLIXT, Clerk. 

The Minister of Justice. 



de la Chambre des communes, pourvu que ce 
travail ne fu,t pas un obstacle a laceomplissenient 
de ses devoirs militaires; le greffier de la Chambre 
a accepte de permettre son travail a des heures 
et des periodes qui ne pouvaient nuire a ses devoirs 
de payeur dans le service militaire. 

10. Pendant les sessions du Parlement, le capi- 
taine Hamilton est commis sessionnel, emploi 
temporaire, et eomme tel, il est employe au bureau 
du greffier par le greffier. 

11. Le capitaine Hamilton pretend qu'il a droit 
en justice et en loi a toutes les compensations 
qu'il a recues pour son travail dans le bureau du 
greffier comme employe sessionnel et temporaire 
en sus de la solde. 

12. Ci-attache se trouve un court expose des 
raisons apportees en faveur de la reclamation de M . 
Hamilton. 

T. B. FLINT, greffier. 
Au ministre de la Justice. 

Chambre des communes, 12 juin 1917. 

Monsieur, — En faveur de la r6clamation for- 
mulae par le capitaine H. R. Hamilton et men- 
tionnee dans l'expos6 ei-inclus, j'ai l'honneur d'ap- 
puyer sur les raisons suivantes: 

1. En l'absence d'un statut ou d'un dfecret de 
l'Executif defendant formellement un tel paiement, 
le capitaine Hamilton, ayant accompli le travail 
indique a la satisfaction entiere de ses superieurs, 
a droit a la compensation appropriee a raceom- 
plissement simultane des devoirs civils et mili- 
taires. 

2. Aucun statut defendant un tel, paiement, 
aucun deeret de l'Executif ayant meme signifi- 
cation ne peut etre cite. 

3. Tout deeret de l'Executif, s'il s'en trouve un, 
dont le but est d'affecter les paiements faits par 
les autorites regulieres de la Chambre des com- 
munes, n'est valide que s'il est base sur une loi 
dans laquelle la Chambre des communes ou les 
deux Chambres du Parlement sont specifiquement 
nominee?. 

4. La correspondance a ce sujet entre le bureau 
de l'auditeur, le greffier de la Chambre, l'Orateur 
de la Chambre des communes et le capitaine 
Hamilton est annexee au dossier ci-inclus. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre ob6issant serviteur, 

THOS. B. FLIXT, greffier. 
Au ministre de la Justice. 



House or Commons, June 12, 1917. 

Sir, — Capt. H. R. Hamilton informs me that 
you agreed with him that a reference of the contro- 
versy between the Auditor Ceneral and himself 
on the subject of his pay might well be referred to 
the Justice Department for an opinion on the legal 
aspects of the case. I think this course advisable, 
and I inclose herewith a statement of the facts and 
this will be accompanied by the correspondence 
just passed on the subject. 

If your view of the facts of the case differs from 
this statement, would you kindly let me know so 
that no dispute may arise as to the points upon 
which the opinion is to be solicited. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

THOS. B. FLIXT, Clerk. 
The Auditor General. 



Chambres des communes, Ottawa, 12 juin 1917. 

Monsieur, — Le capitaine H. R. Hamilton 
m'informe que vous etes d'accord avec lui pour 
soumettre la question discutee entre yous deux sur 
le sujet de ses appointements au ministere de la 
Justice afin d'avoir une opinion sur le cote legal de 
ce cas. Je crois ce precede sage, et je vous envoie 
ci-inclus un expose des faits auquel est adjoint 
toute la correspondance echangee a ce propos. 

Si, d'apres vous, les faits ne sont pas tels que 
donnes dans cet expose, veuillez nous le faire sayoir 
afin qu'il n'y ait pas de discussion sur les questions 
a faire elucider. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

THOS. B. FLIXT, 
A l'auditeur general. Le greffier de la Chambre. 



/ EGIS1 \rn>\ : i \ n \ in 1 1 in 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A I DITOB ( 'I mi: il's I iFFIl I . June 



I'M, 



Sir,- T have i" acknowledge receipl of your 
letter of 12th instant in connection with Captain 
Hamilton's case, and a reference of the same to 
tin- Department of Justice for a dieision as to 
whether he can be paid both civil and military pay. 

In reply, 1 beg to say thai I am not in a |.. 
to Bay whether "the facts of tin case" as stated by 
yourself anil t 'aptain I lamilton air correct in every 
case or not. So far- as I am concerned tin- facts 
that appeal to me an- as follows, viz: Captain 
Hamilton was an employee in the public service. 
He enlisted in tin- military service. Hi- lias 
drawn pay concurrently for both civil and military 
services. Tin- question at issue is: An- these 
payments legal? 

I am. sir, your obedient servant, 

J. FRASER, A.G. 

The Clerk. House ,,f ( 'ommons. 



UTEtn geneh u., 2 ' 

12 courant an sujet du cas du capitaine II I: 
Hamilton, et du renvoi de la question • 1. -. 
ministers de la Justice afin d'avoir unc -I 
sur la possibili simultanfemi n 

appoint. -ments et u iolde. 

En lepouse. J,- de-,ili- e\|,li,|Uer CJUl \ 

si 1 expos,'- des faits domic, par vous-meme i i I- 
capitaine Hamilton est exact en tout et partout 
Quant a mon opinion sur les faits, la voii 
capitaine Hamilton est employe dans le 
public. II s'est enrols pour service militaire. 

II a retire sa solde i lurremment avec ses appoint- 

teraents civils. La question a decider est la 

suivante: ces paie nts sont-ils dans les limites 

de la legality? 
Je demeure, monsieur, votre ob&ssant serviteur, 

J. FRASER, A. G. 
An greffier de la < lhambre des communes 



Auditor General's Office, June 21, 1917. 

Sir, — Capt. H. R. Hamilton, paymaster, serving 
in the Signal Training Depot, is also a sessional 
clerk in the House of Commons, receiving pay 
at the rate of $5 per day, and had been in that 
position for some time prior to the date of his 
enlistment. I have taken exception to his receix - - 
ing both civil and military pay at the same time. 
This is the- policy of the Government as set out 
in the Order in Council of 1st November, 1915, 
but the Clerk of the House of Commons claims 
that there is nothing to prevent Captain Hamilton 
drawing pay from both sources, as he is performing 
both services. I am under the impression that 
when a man in the public service enlists, his civil 
employment ceases until such time as he may be 
discharged from the military service. Will you 
be good enough to inform me if such is tie ens,-, 
and if it is, will you recover the amounts paid to 
Captain Hamilton by your Department. 



I am, sir, your obedient i 



-ant. 



J. FRASER, A.G 
The Deputy Minister, Militia and Defence. 



BrjREAD OR l'aUDITEUR GENERAL, 'J 1 juin 1917. 

MoNsreuR— Le capitaine H. R. Hamilton, 
payeur du camp d'entralnement des Signaleurs, 
est :i ii --si commis sessionnel a la Chambre des 
communes, recevant des appointements au taux 
de $5 par jour, et a et6 ainsi employe pendant 
quelque temps avant la date de son enrolement 
militaire. Je me suis objects a ce qu'il receive 
simultunement un salaire provenant de deiix 
sources, C'est la la politique suivie par le gou- 
vernement et definie dans un decret de 1'Exe.cutif 
en date du premier novembre 1915, mais le greffier 
de la Chambre des communes pretend qu'il 
n'y a rien pour empecher le capitaine Hamilton 
de retirer un salaire de deux sources du moment 
qu'il rend des services a ces deux de.partem.ents. 
Je suis sous l'impression que lorsqu'un hommi 
employe dans le service public s'enrole, son emploi 
civil eesse jusqu'a ee qu'il soit congedie du service 
militaire. Voulez-vous avoir la bonte de me dire 
si c'est bien cela, et dans ce cas, veuillez faire 
rembourser les sommes payees au capitaine Ha- 
milton par votre ministere. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre obeissant serviteur, 

J. FRASER 1 G. 
Au sous-ministre de la Milice et de la Defense. 



Department of Militia and Defence, July 11, 1917. 

Sir, — With reference to your letter of 21st 
ultimo regarding the ease of II. It. Hamilton, 
Paymaster Signal Training Depot, I have the 
honour, now, to inform you that this Offii 
been struck off the strength of tie- Canadian 
Expeditionary Force. 

As regard the question raised in the latter part of 
your letter under reference, I may say that as soon 
as we have an adjustment of this officer's accounl 
this matter will again be taken up with you. 

I an , sir, \ i ,ur ,,l ,, -de-Mi sen nut . 

ETC. 11 SET, DM. 
Tie- Vudiioi i leneral. 



Ministere de la Mii.ice et de la Defense. 
11 juillet 1917. 
R, — Au sujet de votre lettre du 21 dernier 
eoneernant le cas de H. R Hamilton, payeur du 
camp d'entralnement des Signaleurs, j'ai l'honneur 
de_vous dire, maintenant, que cet officier a ete 
biffe du role de la Force expeditionnaire cans 

Quant aux questions soulevees dans la ,| 
partie de votre lettre, je puis vous dire qu'a 

que 1 impte de cet officier aura - 

reprendrons ce sujet entre nous. 

Je demeure, monsieur, votre oberss 

lli, M-l i 
/ 
A 1'auditi 



N— 46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1910-1017 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918. 



Legislation: Revenue— Legislation: Revcnus. 



1915-10 


Summary- 


Sommaire. 


1916-17. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


S cts. 

8,801 70 
5, 117 85 


House of Commons 
Senate 




S cts. 

8,824 99 
5,352 35 


S cts. 

23 29 
204 50 


$ cts. 






13,949 55 


14,177 34 


227 79 





House of Commons— Ohambres lies Communes. 



Casual Revenue 

Fees and Charges on Private Bills 



Less disbursements — 
Advertising Rules. 
Refunds 



The Senate— Senat. 



Fees and Charges on Private Bills . 
Certified Copies 



Less disbursements — 

Parliamentary Guide, reporting. 
Advertising 



252 10 
10,203 30 



088 91 
941 50 



,440 05 
124 00 



50 00 
161 70 



LEGISLATION : HI 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



House of Commons. 

( li.iiis iiiv des Commune 



at Bills. 
H 



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Artisans Ca : 

kthabaskn Northern R\ I 
Bishop of M eli 

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Empire Life insurance < o 
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Esses rerminal Ry, ( o. 
Grain Growers Grain i o 
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Guardian Occident .v Guarantee In 

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Interprovincial .V- James Bav Rv. Co 
Kenora & English Rivei Ry. ( ... 
Kaslo & SI., rai. Ry ( 'o 
Lachine Jacques-Cart ier <S Maiso 

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Mount Royal Tunnel & Terminal R 

North American Occident Cns i 'o 

St. John Board of Trade 

Sharp Rotary Ash Receiver Patent 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Rj 

Vancouvei Life Insurance i ... 

V. V. >v Eastern Rv. & Navigation C 

Western Dominion Ry. I ... 



Refund rent for quarters occupied bj 
Speaker and Deputy Speaker after 
fire Feby. 3rd, 1916 

Advertising Rules. 
Publication des regies. 

Alberta Gazette 

British Columbia < lazette 

Manitoba < lazette 

\.v Brunswick Gazette 

Nova Scotia < lazette 

( Intario Gazette 

Prince Edward Island Gazette 

Queabee < lazette 

Saskatchewan ( lazette 



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296 


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Chambre des Communes I 









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All., ita < lazette 

1 *.i ii i-li i olumbia ' lazel tc 

New Brunswick ( lazette 

Nova Scotia I lazette 

Prince Edward Island ( lazette 

Quebec ( lazette 

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Vcrial League 


20 


\; nn and \r. ■ \ eterans ol ' 'anada 


15 00 


Barnwell Divorce 


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Beal 1 livorce 


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( anadian 1 >i\ ision i if the Aeria i 




..I the British 1 mpire 


30 (III 


Canada Preferred ! n- in ance Co 


i 90 


Empire Life 


.'II llll 


l.m. -i Mead Baket . Patent 


15 00 


1 -..-.. rerminal \:\ 


2 


Garrett Divorce 


210 nn 


Gault Marguerite ( 'laire, Divorce 




Gault. A. H., 1 livorce 


.'in nn 


Great War Veterans Assn. 


25 nn 


Hilton, 1 livorce 


210 on 


Jory 1 livorce 


212 no 


Jones Divorce 


210 00 


Kenora & English River Ry 


210 00 


K .; g Patent 


15 IK) 


Kennedy I livorce 


210 15 


Khaki League Bill 


210 nil 


Lockwood Divorce 


210 00 


Maisev 1 livorce 


210 III) 


Montreal I entral Terminal I o 


in nn 


Nevilles Divorce 


210 on 


i >\, il Divorce 




Parker 1 livorce 


210 00 


Pool Divorce 


211 


Roxilla Lamb 1 >i\ orce 


210 mi 


Security Life Insurance I '<> 


210 (in 


Sharp Rotan Ash Her, aver 


15 On 


Tygart Patent 


10 00 


Western i ana. la \,', nl. ait i luarantee 




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210 00 


\\ estern Life Assurance < 'o 


in nn 


\\ hibley Divorce 


.'in nn 


\\ ilson Divorce 


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11 50 

15 HO 

17 00 

8 00 

60 00 

HI 21) 

161 70 



8 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1916-17 



PART O 



MARINE AND FISHERIES 
DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



RAPPORT DE L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 
1916-17 



PARTIE O 



MINISTERE DE LA MARINE ET DES 
PECHERIES 



DETAILS DES DEPENSES ET DES RECETTES 
1— lo 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Marine and Fisheries Department: Summary of Kxpenditure. 
Ministers de la Marine et des Peeheries: Sommaire des depenses. 



Civil Government ($225,447.66)— 

Minister's salary 

Salaries of staff 

Contingencies, temporary messenger 

" printing and stationery 

" travel and sundries 

Ocean and River Service ($1,113,871.71)— 

Government steamers 

Examination of masters and mates 

Investigations into wrecks 

Schools of navigation ._. 

Canadian registration of shipping 

Removal of obstructions from navigable waters 

Winter mail service, P. E. Island 

Cattle inspection 

Wrecking plants, subsidies 

Unforeseen expenses 

Lighthouse and Coast Service ($1,769,288.90)— 

Salaries of lightkeepers 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Maintenance of lights 

Construction of lighthouses, etc., etc. 

Signal service 

Administration of pilotage 

Maintenance and repairs to wharves 

Breaking ice in Thunder Bay, etc., etc 

Repairs to maritime road 

Pensions to retired pilots 

New vessel to replace Maisonneuie 

Allowance to harbour master at Amherstburg 

Repairs to Government steamer Montmagny 

Compassionate allowance to Lewis King 

Scientific Institutions — 

Meteorological service 

Marine Hospitals and Distressed Seamen ($66,817.30)- 

Marine hospitals in various provinces 

Seamen's hospital fund 

Shipwrecked and distressed seamen 

Steamboat Inspection 

Ship Channel, St. Lawrence river 

Miscellaneous — 

Gratuities to relatives of deceased employees 



I Page 



O- 3) 

O— 3) 

O— 5) 

O— 6) 

O— 6) 

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O— 23) 
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O— 89) 
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O— 96) 

0—118) 



War vote, details in Vol. IV 



7.000 00 

194,778 35 

224 96 

9,435 43 

14,008 92 

,035,251 27 
14,087 87 
4,918 98 
4,461 92 
2,105 18 
1,878 51 
11,000 00 
2,401 18 
37,500 00 



462,406 58 

150,437 16 

652,591 05 

331,222 30 

51,858 79 

44,435 78 

6, 682 44 

34, 150 00 

982 05 

8,700 00 

24,969 75 

400 00 

353 00 

100 00 

193,886 16 

61,537 49 

5, 000 00 

279 81 

67, 559 81 

,351,287 86 

3,350 69 



4,791,510 09 
2, 157 68 



4,793,667 77 



UARIXi W h I l-lll i:il - hir Mil \ll \ I : ! \ I'l \ hi 1 1 la: 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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140 00 
130 00 
138 75 
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112 50 
125 00 

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Marine and fisheries: salaries at Ottawa. 
Marine e< PScherles: Ippointements a Ottawa. 



Mini U 
Hon. J. I). Hazen, 12 m to Mai II, 1917 



SVail P, 



onm-l. 



\ Johnston, deput.\ minister, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

C. Stanton, assistant deputj minister, 12 m to Mai 31,1915 

Div. 1A— 

W. P. Anderson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

A. Boyle, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

B. F. Burnett, 6 m at $2,900, 6 m at 83,000, to Mai 31,1917 
L. A. Demers, 12 in to Mar. 31, 1917 

i '. Duguid, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1917 

T. R. Ferguson. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

G. H. I'l 1, 12 in to Mai 31, 1917 

B. H. Fraser. 3 in. at S3. 300. o m ai s:;,io(>, to Mai 31, 1017 
J. G. Macphail, 12 m to Mai 31, 1917 

Div. IB— 

L. Bance, 12 m to Mai 31, 1017 

J. B. A. Boudreau, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

A. Bourgault, 3 m. at $2,700, 9 m at $2,800 to Mai 31,1917.. 

D. C. Campbell, 12 m, to Mar 31, 1017 

L. E. Cote, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

A. H. Guiou, 12 in. to Mar. 31. 1017 

H. E. Hawken, 6 m at $2,200, 6 in. at $2,300, to Mai 31, 1017 

G. Heidmann, 12 m. to Mar 31. 1017 

Private Secretary, I-' m. to Mai 31, 1017 
J. McCharles, 6 m. ai $2,200, 6 m at $2,300, to Mar. 31, 1017 
I 1 Md llenaghan, 12 m to Mar. 31, 1017 
F. McDonnell, li m. at S2.4nn. m. at $2,500, to Mar. 51. 1017 
R. Roy, 12 in. to Mar. 31. 1017 

J.J. Skellv. in. at $2,200, 6 m. at $2,300, to Mar 31, 1017 
V. II. Steele, 12 m. to Mat 31, L917 superannuated) 

C. E. Stewart, 12 in. to Mar. 31. 1017 

W. W. Stumble.-,. 3, in. t,, June 50. 1916 ai $2,600 superannuated I 

H. Thompson. 12 in to Mat 31, 1917 

W. C. Treanor, 6 m. to Mar. 51. 1017 at $2,100 

A. deB. Tremaine, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

Div. 2A- 



Anderson, 6 m. at $1,700, 6 m at $1,750, to Mai II 1517 
E. Clawson, 5 m. at $1 650, 9 m. at $1,700, to Mar. 31, 1017 
I-'. 11. deMilfoms. 12 m to Mar 31, 1917 

P. M. S. d'Ornano, 6 m. at $1,850, 6 m, at SI.! to Mar. 31 

C. Dovle, 12 in. to Mar. 51, 1017 
.1 Edgi . 12 ni to Mar 51, 1017 
E. Fosberv, 12 in. to Mar. 31. 1017 
H. Godin. 12 m. to Mar. 51, 1017 
J. Hamel, 12 m. to Mar 51. 1017 
H. Houde, 12 in 1- Mar 51, 1017 
P.Jennings, 12 m to Mar 51, 1017 
i 5 Larose, 12 m. to Mar. 51 , 1017 
I., Lucas, 6 in I- VI n 5,1. 1917 at $1,600 

'5 llv, 12 in. to Mar. 51. 1017 

.1. Quinn, 12 m. to Mar. 51. 1017 

5. G l: m- 12 :,, to Mar. 51, 1917 

[\ Rowan, 6 in. to Mar. 51. 1017 at $1,600 
f Sinter-. !i in. at $1,750, 5 in. at si. son, to Mai 51. 1017 
C. Treanor, 6 m. to Sept 30 1916 at $1,700 promoted) 
H. Vaughan, 7 m. to Mar. 5,1, 1917, at $1,600 

Carried forward 






J 1 ... 



O— 4 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 191? 



Abate- 
ments. 



Fonds de 
retraite. 



Marine and Fisheries: Salaries at Ottawa. 
Marine et Pecheries: Appointements a Ottawa. 



Civil 
Government. 



4.685 81 
46 89 



5 63 
46 25 

68 13 

46 88 

44 38 
76 25 
59 38 

45 63 
51 25 

80 00 

27 50 
72 50 

49 38 
57 50 

50 63 
49 38 
11 25 

49 38 
80 00 
80 00 
25 00 

46 88 
80 00 

69 38 



60 00 

t 
50 00 
55 00 
47 50 
22 50 
60 00 

47 50 
60 00 
50 00 
55 00 

50 00 
60 00 
15 84 
55 00 

48 13 
60 00 
57 50 
60 00 
15 00 
22 50 
60 00 

54 38 

55 00 
22 50 

51 25 
60 00 
53 75 

f42 00 
55 00 



Staff — Personnel — Continued. 



. Brought forward 

m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,250 (less SI, 033.21 military 



Div. 2B— 

A. C. Andresen, 12 

pay) 

R. S. Burton, 3 m. at $800, 9 m. at SS50, to Mar. 31, 1917 

F. E. Calderon, Apr. 1-30, 1916 at $1,400; arrears S25, (deceased) 

R. O. Carter, 9 m. at $900, 3 m. at $950 (including $12.50 arrears, less 

military pay, $574.14) 

A. H. Dame, 9 m. at $1,350, 3 m. at $1,400, to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. C. Davis, 3 m. at $900, 9 m. at $950 (less S46.20 military pay) 

W. P. Dickson, 3 m. at $850, 9 m. at $900, to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. Gauvreau, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550, to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. Henderson, 3 m. at $1,150, 9 m. at $1,200, to Mar. 31, 1917 

M. H. Hughes, 9 m. at $900, 3 m. at $950, to Mar. 31, 1917 

P. L. Kuhring, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 (less $324.80 military pay), 

to Mar. 31, 1917 

E. M. Longtin, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

H. L.Lucas, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916 at $1,100 (promoted) 

A.Martin, 6m. at $1,400, 6m. at $1,450; ($25 arrears), to Mar. 31, 

1917 

J. B. Mason, 3 m. at $950, 9 ra. at $1,000, to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. B. McFee, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

D. P. McKeown, 9 m. at $1,000, 3 m. at $1,050, to Mar. 31, 1917 

H. .1. Murray, 3 m. at $950, 9 m. at $1,00U (less {401.50 military pay)... 
C. H. Peaker, 3 m. to June 30, 1916 at $950; ($12.50 arrears, 



F. J. Petry, 3 m. at $950, 9 m. at $1,000, to Mar. 31, 1917. . . . 

J. A. Poulin, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

A. M. Ross, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. T. Rowan, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916 at $1,000 (promoted) 

T. Stewart, 3 m. at $900, 9 m. at S950, to Mar. 31, 1917 

H. Tremblav, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

P. R. White, 3 m. at $1,350, 9 m. at $1,400, to Mar. 31, 1917. 



Div. 3 A— 

C. L. Amyot, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

R. Archambault, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. Benoit, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

B. Blount, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

M. E. Blyth, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. A. Breen, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $900 

C. R. Carter, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

E. Connolly, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

T. E. Dansereau, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

T. Davis, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

S. L. Doherty, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

L. B. Doyle, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

E. Edmonds, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

M. T. Edwards, 4 m. to Julv 31, 1916 at $950 (resigned) 

T. McL. Enman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

N. M. H. Frerichs, 9 m. at $950, 3 m. at $1,000, to Mar. 31, 1917.... 

L. F. Gorman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. B. Lachaine, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

M. M. LaEeur, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

M . Lamouche, 3 m. to June 30, at SI ,200 (resigned) : 

M. E. Lanthier, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $900 

J. D. Lavergne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,200 (less Oct. 25 to Dec. 16 and 

military pav) 

B. Layeux, 3 m. at $1,050, 9 m. at $1,100, to Mar. 31, 1917 

L. Matton, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

E. McCullough, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at S900 

E. H. McLellan, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050, to Mar. 31, 1917 

A. O'Connor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

H. M. Percival, 6 m. at $1,050, 6 m. at $1,100, to Mar. 31, 1917 

N. Potvin, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

A. Rochon, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 



7,452 49 ' Carried forward. 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: I i'l'ESD 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 5 



Abate 

meats. 



Ponds de 
retraite. 



Marine and Fisheries: Salaries a( Ottawa. 
Murine el Pecherles: Appolntements a Ottawa. 






,452, 19 

til) (HI 

60 no 
57 50 
lid (1(1 
IS 75 
25 on 
55 00 



26 88 

20 00 

III (III 

27 50 
24 1! 
30 63 

29 38 
(i 24 

:;ii 25 

20 is 

18 75 

40 00 

17 50 

:il 25 

36 25 

30 mi 
36 ss 
:;:: 13 
HII (17 
30 63 
23 33 
17 21 



40 00 

36 25 

1 

30 ic. 

4(1 (10 

35 00 

hi :so 



Staff- !'■ i .■■mil, I i loncluded. 
. , Brought forward 



.1. M. Skuoe, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 ai $1,200 [i $703 60 military paj 
\. <;. Tanner, 12 m. to Mai. 31, 1017 
L. Talbot, 12 in. to Mai . 31, 1917 
M. ( :. Taylor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 
M. B. Thompson, ."> m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $900 
.1. H. Vaughan, .". m. to An-. 31, 1916 at $1,200 (appointed to 2A| 
M Wainwright, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

DiV. 3B— 

R. G. Airey, :'» m. at $500, !i m. a( s55(i. to Mar. Ill, 1017 

.1. A. Breen, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916 at $800 (pro ted 

S. Chartrand, 12 m. to War. 31, loir 

I. Cowie, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

S. M. Cross, 3 ra. at $700, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1916 at $750 (resigned] 

K. M. Dunbar, 9 m. at $000, :i in. ai siiaii. to Mar. 31, 1017 

W. Fairweather, 3 m. at $550, o m. at $600, to Mar. 31, 1017 

A. Floury. 3 in. to Her. 31, 1916 at $500 (transferred temporarily ti 

National Service ( 'oinmission). , 
L. .Gay, 6 m. at $700, 6 m. at $750, to Mar. 31, 1917 
M. A. Hickey, 3 m. at $600, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1917, at $650 (transferred ti 

Interior) 

M. E. Lanthier, II in. to Sept. 30, 1910 at $750 (pr otcc!).. 

C. F. McCuaig, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017 

E. M. H. MoCullough, (1 in. to Sept. 30, 1916 at 8700 (prom I 

L. M. MoDermott, 6 m at $600, 6 m. at $650, to Mar. 31, 1017 

F. Nugent, 6 m. at S700, 6 in. at S7">0, to Mar. 31, 1017 
M. L. A. O'Donnell, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. R. O'Malley, .'> in. at $700, m. at $750, to Mar. 31, 1917 
M. T. Roy, in. at $ii".0. :; ,,i. at s.im. ,,, Mai 31, 1017 . 
V. A. Sirl.ta.ll. 3 in. at $700. 7 in. to Jan. 31, 1017 at $750 
M. M. E. Stowe, in. at $600, 3 in at $650, lo Mar. Ml, 1017 
M. B. Thompson, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 10 Hi at ssoo i promoted) 
E. Ward, April 1 to Sept. 1.".. 1916 at $7a(l (resigned) 

Messengers — 

D. Arehambault, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

D. Barsalou. (1 m. at $700. li m. at $750, to Mar. 31, 1017 

W. L. Charbonneau, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017. 

H. F. Holmes, m. at m.oo, :: m. at $650, to Mar 31, 1017 

L. Monast, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

.1. 11. Wales. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 

G. W. York, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1017 at $750 (resigned I 
C. G. Macdonald, temporary, 5' in. 



( lharged as follows— 

Civil Government salaries 

contingencies 



496 to 

1,201 

1,15(1 (1(1 

10 

500 oo 

moo oo 



537 50 

ton 00 

800 00 

550 (in 

487 40 

(112 50 

587 50 

I !4 98 

725 0(1 

583 36 

375 oo 

Mill 0(1 

350 oo 
625 on 
725 00 
600 on 

737 all 

662 50 

012 50 
466 07 



son on 

725 00 

slid (III 

612 50 

son 00 

7(10 (in 

625 00 

221 96 



201,778 35 
224 00 



•Superannuation Fund No. 1. {Superannuation Fund No. ! 



{35 years' service completed. 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1913 



Marine and Fisheries Department: Civil Government Contingencies. $ cts. 
Ministere de la Marine et des Pecheries: Defenses contingentes du gouvernement. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page O— . . ) 224 96 

Stationery Office supplies, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ($6,852.28)— 

Books printed and maps, $236. SS; fountain pens, 9, $47 283 88 

Blank books and scratch pads, $361.34; tape, 7 doz. rolls, $60.93 422 27 

Typewriter, 1, -572, less $25 for old one, $47; typewriter table, $30 77 00 

Typewriter repairs and supplies, {634 94; typewriter chair, $9.50 644 44 

Paper and envelopes, $2,284. S3; dictionary stand, 1, $17.50 2,302 33 

Binders, files, etc., $277.96; guides and folders, $357.73 635 69 

i ills and tabs, $692.13; steel sections for cabinet, 4, $96 788 13 

MacGregor's map and file protectors, 1,000, $180; dating stamps, 25, $45 225 00 

Numbering machines, 2, $10.50; covers for filing Hansards. $35 45 50 

Attending adding machine, $44.30; tracing cloth, 3 rolls, $33.25. .... 77 55 

Sundry stationery supplies, $1,130.84; parliamentary publications, $219.65. . 1,350 49 

King's Printer's account, printing, binding, etc 2,583 15 

Telegrams, $2,909 87; telephone messages, $503.95; postage, $333.08 3,746 90 

Subscriptions to newspapers and publications 530 56 

Street car fares, $10; cartage, $206.75; water, $121.75 338 50 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers, $11.75; boxes, 37 doz.. $344 30 356 05 

Photo supplies, $19.78; sundry small items. $19 33 39 11 

Washing towels: Mrs. H. Goulet, 12 in. 120 00 

Travelling expenses: Hon. J. D. Hazen, $250; H. V. Anderson, $263.21; W. P. Anderson. 
$742.63; A. Boyle, $432.80; A. Bourgault, $25; B. F. Burnett, $184 01; E. E. Clawson, 
$66.35; L. A. Demers, $1,730.42; H. de Miffonis, $94 45; M. C. Doyle. $57.16; C. Duguid. 
$192.43; T. R. Ferguson, $724 72; B. H. Fraser, $777.82; C. H. Godin, $254.45; H. E. 
Hawken, $105.30; G. Heidmann, $43.05; F. P. Jennings, $15.95; A. Johnston. $248.88; 
E. Longtin, $19 45; J. G. Macphail, $399 79: F. McDonnell, $9.40; J. R. O'Mallev, 
$116.64; J. T. Rowan. $1,129.58; C. Stanton, $12 85; C. E. Stewart, $70.10; M. B. 

Thompson, $214 95; W. C. Treanor, $160 22; A. de B. Tremaine, $530.19 S,S77 SO 



23,669 31 



Government Steamers: Summary. 
Steamers du gouvernement : Sommaire. 

Aberdeen, $68,236.87; Acetylene, $4,02S. 91; Aranmore, $66,433.90 ... 

Argenteuil, $41.13; Bcllechasse. $29,134.29; Brant, $12,618.75 

Cham-plain, $56,215 S8: Dulla rd. $31 135.95; Druid, $45,173.56 

Elizabeth vr Thus. Mason, $3,382.10: Esteran, $61,556.18; Frontenac, $21.72 
GrenMle, $26,210 HI; Ladu Greu, $67,264 72; Lady Laurier. $65,852. 16. .. . 

Lambton, $12,500.31; Lansdown, . $39. 6ls 08; Leebro, $41,875 

Maggu May, $9,473 07; Montcalm, $143 416 .71; Nelson, $529 39. . 

.V. uimjlun, $26,772 85; Prince Edward Island ear ferry, $20,562 51 

Rouville, $28.47S 01; Scout, $21,107 84; Shamrock, $23,038 50 

Simcoe, $31,478. 2S; Stanley, $43 179 06; Vercheres, $17,438.73 

General account 



138,699 6S 
41,794 17 

132,525 39 
86,665 28 

159,326 98 
93.993 39 

153,419 17 
47,335 36 
72,624 35 
92,096 07 
16,771 43 



Government Steamer: Aberdeen." 
Steamer du gouvernement: Aberdeen.'' 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

W. J. Dalton, master, at $110 per m., $1,096 45; M. Brickley, 1st officer, at $75 per m.. 
$58.06; M. J. McLean, 1st officer, at $75 per m., $841.94; L. A. Kenney, 2nd officer, 
at $60 per m., $540; K. Kerr, 2nd officer, at $60 per m., $58.06, 3rd officer, at $50 per 
m., $450; W. Ring, 3rd officer, at $50 per m., $48 .39; S. S. Hutt, wireless operator, 
at $70 perm., less military pay, Mar. 1917, at $1 10 per d., $805 90; W. E. Ward, 
wireless operator at $70 per m., $58.71; J. T. Meredith, 1st engineer, at $100 per m., 
$1, ,126.67; W. Pitt, acting 1st engineer, at $100 per m.. $73.33; J. P. Turner, 2nd 
engineer, at $75 per m.. $900; J. McKenzie, 3rd engineer, at $55 or $65 per m., $760 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 50c. to $1 per d 



6,817 51 
14,810 67 
8,436 39 



Fuel— Combustible (t 10.890 76). 

Buckley Coal & Contracting Co.. Halifax: bagging, shifting and trimming coal, at 40c. per h. 165 60 

Dominion Coal Co.: screened .team coal. 642-2 ton at $4 50, 186-419 ton at $4 65. 485-55 ton 

at $4.85. 491-33 ton at $8 ' 10,042 32 

Killam Bros.. Yarmouth: Springhill and reserve coal, 102-72 ton at $6 30; bunkering 102 ton 

at 35c 682 84 



Carried forward 



40,955 33 



1/I/.7W i\/> iisui:i;ii.> m r i/,'/ \u \ i : i \ri.\m ri in 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Government Steamer: "Aberdeen" < oncluded 
Steamer iiu gouvernement: "Aberdeen 



Brought forn ird 



Mticrllaneou Di 



- '. . '81 i , 



I.iiihi | 



$21 33 ; ivharfa 



Lplcte 



Alia ft and ownei 5, Si Jolin, tow ing steal 
Baker, I.. E. a I <> i armouth water, al : 

w harfage on lighthouse supplies, $5 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Si John: gasoline engine, 8 h.p typi 'W 

install: it ion fitting :, $220; less, gasoline engine 12 h.p. type G, $120 
Demings, Wm, I St. John: painting according to specifications, sum), painting electric 

piping, {22 70 . 

Digby ['own, water supplj . 12 m I :1 1, 1918 

Domini. hi ( loal Co.,: damage to pier at Parrsboro bj teamer, $53 91; freight on chute, $4.40 
Emerson, W. E., St. John: repairs to galley range, $43 52; lal r fitting in pipes, 63 h al 50c; 

check valves, 3, $15; sundry material, $25 86 
Fullerton, 1).. St. John, caulking as per specification 
Grannan, Philip, St. John: plumbing repairs as pel pei ifi 
Halifax Graving Dock Co.: cleaning, si raping, i iting and repair* to hull, $5 125 less, paint 

supplied by steamer, $45; fresh watei at $1 per I , I gal., $40 40; use of hose, $10 

Holder, G. E., St. John: canvas covers for 1 boats, $122. windlass $2::, winch $54 

Holder, J. A., St. John « Iwork repairs as per specification, $800; repairs to wireless room 

$13 ill 
KiUam Bros., Yarmouth: water al 50c. per 1,000 gal , $57 It. wharfage, al $2 50 per d 
Knox, .It . St. John, water at 40c. per 100 gal. 

Lewis, Win., & Son, St. John: iron work according to specificatioi SI !00 leaning, cemi 
ag tanks and bunkers, $400; repairing fire irons, $2 . 64 

iss Telegraph ' 'o., Montreal: | k.w. wireless telegraph apparatus installed on 
275, less amount retained, 8758 33; electrose deck insulator, $20 65; express, $1 
. 1st officer, removal expenses incurred upon transfer from C.G.S. Aranmore, 
unded to Casual Revenue, $50; less, paid in 1915-16, $50 
n, water at \c. per gal 
water supplied, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1916 
Splane, J., & <V, St. John: supplying and fitting steel and galv. B.B. wire rigging 
Sproul, .las., St. John: repairing and rebuilding brickwork of boilers 
Submarine Signal Co., Boston: rental of submarine signal reeeiving apparatus, '.I m. to Dec 

31, 1916 . . 
■Union Foundry & Machine Works. St. John: repairing according to specifications, machinery 

• 1,650, boilers $260; overhauling al 50c pel h . $399 70; sundry labour and material for 

repairs, $49 83 
Webb, Hiram .V- Son. St. John: installing new syst 

$1,700; labour repairs at 50c. per h., $16 
Williamson, J. Fred, St. John: labour on machine 
Ship's laundry to Mar. 28, 1917, $307 66; cleaning 
Accounts under $50 for sundry supplier-, etc. 
Detailed under Maintenance of bights 



$60. 



nt ing 



Marc, 

b 

McLe 



Pai 

.St. Job 



.! ele 



lighting throughout steamer. 



50c. per h., $4.i4; manganeseite, 50c. 
ins, $19 75; ice, $144 50 



Government Steamer: Acetylene. 
Steamer <1n gouvernement: "Acetylene. 

A. Carpentier, master, salary, April 2 to Nov It. 1916, at $70 per n 

Wages of crew to Dee. 13, lyili 

Board, April HI to Dec. 13, 1916, at 50c, 55c, 60c, or 65c. per d 

Fuel— Combustible. 

Detailed under Ship Channel 

Miscellaneous— Dicers {tl.SW 97). 

Arcand, C. & Fils, Portneuf, wharfage, at $2 per d. 

Ship's laundry to Dec. 10, 1916 . 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $483 S7; Ship channel, $75; 



50 mi 
100 00 



70 



115 ss 
255 00 

270 00 



813 01 

117 14 

142 ''.'i 

i ,i,ii 1 ,,i 

1,538 32 

55 28 
79 25 
153 06 
280 on 
340 52 

63 75 



1 

8 


710 00 
454 50 
471 91 
190 89 
202 52 


li.S 


230 87 



47ii 07 

1.381 4:; 

697 84 



:.s on 

15 53 

1,237 44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Government Steamer: "Aranmore." $ ots. 

Steamer du gouvernement: "Aranmore." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

D. M. Macdonald, master, $1,320; H. P. Bayers, 1st officer, $900; R. J. Gilbert, 2nd 
officer, at $60 per m., $653.57; A Lavallee, 3rd officer, SliOO; wireless officers at $70 per 
m., C. B. Harris, $560, J. Maloney, $140, J. M. Wilson, $149.33; Jos. Lepage, 1st 
engineer, $1,299.96; J. H. Fullerton, 2nd engineer, $900; C. McConkey, 3rd engineer, 
$780; J. H. Donovan, 4th engineer, at $45 per m., $45; H. Kilroy, 4th engineer, at 

$55 per m., $544 .50 7, 892 36 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 15,533 28 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at 50c. to $1 per d 9,434 35 

Balance of wages unclaimed in 1915-16 13 55 

Fuel— Combustible {SlS,loo.60). 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax: trimming coal, ISO tons at 25c 45 00 

Dominion Coal Co., steam coal, 37S^ tons at $3 50, 101 tons at $3.75, 123 tons at $4, 518 tons 
at $5, 697 tons at $6, 180 tons at $7.25, trimming, 338 tons at 6c, 1,439 tons at 15c; water 
at ic. or ^c. per gal., $132; commission, $6.88 10,647 51 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., North Sydney: steam coal, 347 tons at $4; trimming at 15c. 

per ton, $52.05 1,440 05 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, fuel from stores 1 , 023 04 

Miscellaneous— Divers ($20,476.88). 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax: cleaning boilers, $220: cleaning ashes, $20; dis- 
charging coal, 375 tons at 5Sc 457 50 

Burns & Kelleher, Halifax: winch shaft, $25; sundry repairs, $1,351.25 1,376 25 

Cox, Arthur & Co., Halifax: repairs to boilers, davit, deck plate, etc 2,043 90 

Farquhar Bros., Halifax: repairs to lights, $130, plumbing, $280; testing armature, $5 415 00 

Forhan, Thos. & Co., Halifax: hatch covers, 6 and sails for surfboats, 2 suits 200 00 

Naval Service Department, making flinder bar, $8.75; serge trousers, 21 pr. at $3.60;'wire- 

less messages, $2.21 86 56 

Roche, David, Halifax: interior painting according to specification 339 00 

Ruggles, LeRoy, late steward: amount withheld, 1915-16 pending settlement of liabilities, 

wages, $21.64; board of crew, $1,316 S3 1,338 47 

Williams, E. F., Dartmouth: wood work repairs according to specification 338 00 

"Zaidee" and owners, North Sydney: water, at jc or |c. per gal 219 25 

Ship's laundry, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1917, $279. 14; ice, $34 313 14 

Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies, etc 174 10 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 13, 175 69 

66, 506 00 
Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 72 10 



66,433 90 



Government Steamer: "Argenteuil." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Argenteuil." 

Alex. Drury, 1st engineer, Mar. 15-31, 1917 at $75 per m 



Government Steamer: "Belleehasse." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Belleehasse." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

F. Fortin, master, $1,200; P. Gagnon, 1st officer, at $05 per m., $169; A. Fournier, 1st 
officer, at $70 per m., $518 E. Lacroix, 1st engineer, $1,200; L. Anger, 2nd engineer, at 

$70 per m., $808.38; A. Beaudoin, 3rd engineer, at $50 per m., $500 4,395 38 

Wages of crew, to Dec. 15, 1916 6, 219 16 

Board of officers and crew, to Dec 15, 1916, at 50c, 55c, 60c, or 65c. per d 3,594 10 

Labour, dismantling engines, etc., at $1.75 to $2.25 per d 973 93 

Fuel— Combustible (S7.S75.73). 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec: steam coal, 81-525 tons at $5.90 480 99 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., steam coal, 54 tons at $4.03; loading at 50c. per ton, $27; 

trimming, 8Sc 245 50 

Fuel from stores detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $2,530.19, Ship Channel, $4,019.05.. . 6,549 24 

Carried forward 22,458 30 



MARIKE I \ /) FISHERIES DEPARTM1 \l I \ ri \hlli i:r 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 







Government Steamer: "Bellechasse. 
steamer tin gouvernement: "Bellechasse." 

Brought forward ... 

Mi cellaneo . ; ' BT, (S . 

Godbout, I'-, Quebec: serge trousers, 11 pr. at $3.50; uniform suits, 2 at $21, 12 at $22 144 50 

McKay, Alex., Quebec: electric welding and labour on boilers 188 10 

Moreau, G., Limoilou repairs to boiler and galley stove . . -.ton 

Quel Harbour Commissioners, wintei teamer, 1916 17 in it 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos., Quel cartage 95 00 

Ship's laundry, to Dec. Is, i<ni> • "x: '.'n. mallae ints, S67.51 361 ' 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Light 5, $3,354 04, Ship 1 lhannel, $2,232 21 

29, 135 79 
Less Charged to Maintenance of Lights 






Government Steamer: "Brant." 
Steamer clu gouvernement: "Brant." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

F. P. Gallant, master, at -s"i pei m , $96 33; D. Walker, master, at $85 per m., $680; 
1st officers, at $60 perm., !■'. P. ( lallant, $442, J. Lowery, $68, C. K. Macdonald, - i 
F. P. Gallant, 2nd officer, at $45 per m., $51 91; L. Winchester, 1st engineer, 
J. Framsham, 2nd engineer, $0011 . .... 2,889 02 

Wages of crew, to Mar. 31, 1917 .», 770 30 

Board of officers and crew, to Dee, 31, 1916, at 50c 55c, 6O1 or 65c. per d 1,980 5! 

Fuel -1 'ombit itibh I > 

Noonan & Davies, Pictou: screened coal, 17' tons at $3 75; freight, $6 95 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 1,501 65 

Miscellaneou D ■ \04.69). 

McRory, F., Charlottetown: painting and varnishing 70 00 

Pictou Foundry and Machine Co.: repairs to rudder, etc 150 00 

Stewart, Bruce & Co., Charlottetown: repairs bo boiler, machinery, etc 470 67 

Taylor, T. G., agent, Charlottetown, disbursements: freight and express, $13.51 ; labour, at SI 

to $3.50 per d., $329.63; sundry outlay, $12 40 355 54 

Yorston, J. & J., Pictou: hauling vessel, twice, $69 20; laying on ways, 3 d., at $17 30; copper 

paint, $5 . 50; repairs to steamer, s:'05 :;:;! 60 

Ship's laundry, to Jan. 15, 1917, $40 91; small payments, $57 17 , 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 1 , 928 SO 



12,618 75 
Government Steamer: (ham plain." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Champlain." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

1'. P.osse, master, at $85 per m., $85; R. Pelletier, master, at $93.33 or $100 per m., 
$1,039 97; A. I iirard, 1st officer, at $70 per m., $700; E. Imbeault, 1st officer, at 570 
per in.. $133; X. l'ortin, 2nd officer, at $50 per m.. $459 67; P. Tremblav, 2nd officer, 
at $50 per m., $38 30; J. O. Deschenes, purser, at $60or $65 per m., S0.S7 :: ' 

1st engineer, $000 \. (la , 2nd engit r, at $60 per m., S716 12 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 8,578 60 

Allowance for good conduct, at$2perm., Dec. 1, 1915 to May 31, 1916 84 00 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at 50c, 55c'., 60c, or 65c per d 
Agents, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $25 01 $30 per m.: A. Desmeulcs, Murray Bay, $12 

Alf. Lapointe, Murray Bay, $56 77;. I. A. Gamache, Rivere Ouelle, $300 
Rope handlers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. at $20 or $25 per m.: L. Beaulieu, Riviere Ouelle, $300; 
Geo. Bouchard, St. Irenee, $240; 1 I lharette, 1 lap-a-L'Aigle, $240; W. Tremblav, whar- 
inger and rope handler, Murray Ray at $00 per in., $720; A. Tremblav, assistant wharfinger 
and rope handler, Murray Baj at $40 per m., $200 1.700 00 

Discharging coal, and handling freight, baggage and mail at Riviere Ouelle, at 25c. per h 1,554 00 

Fuel— Combustible {tir.2SS.15). 
Canadian Import Co., Quebec: steam coal, 119-98 tons at $11 50; bagging, 22-37 tons at 50c 
Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., New Glasgow: steam coal, 94 tons at $3, 2,264-92 tuns at 

$3 35, 332-68 tons at $4; freight from North Sydney to Riviere ( luelle, sO, -jo | 1 
Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Rights 344 77 

1 'ni tied forward , 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Government Steamer: (ham plain. 
Steamer du goiivernement : (ham plain. 



Brought forward. 



Miscellaneous— Diners {$16,340. 14). 

Auclerc, Francois, estate, .St. Irene.e: water service, 12 m. to Aug. 1, 1916 

Beland, T., agent, Quebec, disbursements: car and ferry tickets, $28 75; freight and express, 

$40.57; telephone and telegraph messages, $14.61; travel, self, $9.80, P. E. Perreault, 

S172 37; sundry outlay, $10.75 

Charlevoix & Saguenay Telephone Co., rent of telephones, 12 m. to May 1, 1917, at Murray 

Bay, St. Irenee and Cap-a-L'Aigle 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., Levis; repairs to hull as per specification, $1,625; 

repairing rudder and propeller, $121.09; vessel laying on gridiron. 5 d. at $14.49; use of 

scow, etc., $12.50 

Drolet, F. X. Co., Quebec, brass castings 

Ferron. M.. Murray Bav: long overcoat, $25; pea jacket, $15: trousers, 20 pr. at $3 50; uniform 

suits. 8 at $21, 24 at $22 

Moreau. Gaudiose, Limoulou: making fire bridges, 4 at $7: cleaning and cementing boiler 

feed tank and fresh water tank, $150; cleaning and repairing galley range, $48.50 

Pelletier. Capt. R.. disbursements: freight and express, $13.02; postage stamps, S39; sundry 

outlay, $9.01 

Public Works Department, docking steamer, $300; use of Levis dry dock, 7 d. at $50; use 

of pumps, $2.50 . . 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos., Quebec, cartage 

Thorn, John S., Quebec, towage 

Ship's laundry to April 2, 1917, $679 36; ice for season, $279 
Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies 
Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 

Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 



s cts 
39,940 19 

250 00 

276 85 
75 00 

1,831 04 
78 90 

806 00 

226 50 

61 03 

652 511 
134 20 
110 00 
958 36 
116 05 
10,763 71 

56,280 33 
64 45 



Government Steamer: Dollard '^Steamer du goiivernement: Dollard." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

Masters at $110 or $125 per m., W. J. Dalton, $223.55, A. La Couvee, $1,375, S. Sauvageau, 
S331.90, N. A. Withers, $92.26; 1st officers, at $60 to $85 per m., R. Coffin, $825, L. A. 
Kenney, $195, A. Toupin. $256 46; 2nd offirers, at $50 or $60 per m., M. Brickley, 
$3.87, H. Carbonneau. $149 99. K. Kerr, $101 94, G. Roberts, $530.64, A. R. Ward. 
$30.97; 3rd officers, at $45 or $50 per m., E. A. Holder, $41 94, W. King, $91.61; 1st 
engineers, at $100 or $120 per m., A. Carpentier, $223 33, H. M. Stewart. $1,439.99; 
2nd engineers, at $70 or $75 per m.. U. Bouchard. $900. refunded to Casual Revenue. 
1917-18, $2.99; O. Doucet. $156.33. W. Lockhart. $70.16; 3rd engineers, at $50 to 
$65 per m., P. Carignan, $76.19, H. Pugh, $661.18; 4th engineers, at $50 per m., A. F. 
Bennett, $41 94, P. Moreau, $487.91 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Board of officers and crew, April 13, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917, at 50c, 55c, 60c, 65c, 75c, 
or $1 per d 

Labour rigging, at $1 .65 per d 

Travelling expenses of officers and members of crew joining steamer, etc 

Fuel— Combustible {tl4.SSi.79). 

Anticosti Administration, soft coal, loaded on cars and delivered at wharf, 24-35 ton at $10 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax, trimming coal, 156 tons at 25c 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec steam coal, 245-28 tons at $11.50 

Carter, A. T., Gaspe, soft coal, 15 tons at $6 10 

Davis, John F., Gaspe: soft coal, 316 tons at $6.10, loading at 25c. per h., $133.25 

Dominion Coal Co.: steam coal, 158 tons at $7 25, 550-453 tons at $8 

Imperial Oil Co., Toronto, fuel oil. 6,774 gal. at 45c 

Lyons, C. & Co., Charlottetown, Sydney run of mine coal, 97-83 tons at $5 80 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., North Sydney: steam coal, 294 tons at $4; trimming at 15c. 

per ton, $44.10 -_ • 

Fuel from stores, detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $503.56; Ship Channel, $1,252 .15. 

Miscellaneous— Divers {.tlS.SS6.7i). 

Barton Electric Welding Co., St. John, electric welding on furnaces 

Bernier, E., Quebec, pilotage from Quebec to Father Point 



S.310 15 
10,970 56 

6,705 00 

87 47 

1.523 08 



243 50 

39 00 

2,820 72 

91 50 

2,060 85 

5,549 17 

304 83 

567 41 

1,220 10 
1,755 71 



2S3 00 
61 83 



Carried forward 42, 593 88 



IM/.7W LVD FISHEHIEs DEPART-VEXf: EXl'l O 11 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Government Steamer: "Dollard" Steamer du gouvcrnement: "Dollard." Kin. i 

Brouglil forward I ■ ■ 

Miscellaneous < 'oncludod Dim i I 

I anadian V'ickers, Montreal: drawing tail hafts, renewing lignum-vitac in stern bushes, 
wire brushing and painting hull of I aim i i '< docking and undocking, 5300; laj day, 
180 1,105 00 

La Couvee, Capt. Alt., sundry disbursements 
Marconi \\ ireless Telegraph Co., Montreal : services of engineer, at S8 pel d., $12 ">o, a- 

fineer, 20j h at oil.-., wireless operator, Nov. 25 to Dec, 31, 1916, al 860 oi -7 ■<■ m., 

I .1 board of operator, $9 Hi; in.-,, age,, $2 35; sundry su] - '< 56 143 50 

M '. i la Anticosti, water supplied at Jc. pergal, 130 00 

Meredith, Macpherson, Hague, Holden Shaughnessj .». Heward, Montreal, legal expenses 

56 65 



Moreau, Gaudiose, Limoilou: cleaning and cementing water tanks, S275; repairing galley. 

stove, 525 
St. John, city, water supplied ....... 56 91 

St. Maurice Lumber Co., Gaspe, water at 70c. per ton 125 30 

Thorn, John S., Quebec, towage llii nil 

I iium Foundry and Machine Works, St. John: fitting new brass stud in condensor, $15 making 

patterns for grate bars, $10; grate bars, 6,300 lb, at J'r.; special brass spindles, 2, 810; 

removing quadrant and straightening davit, $17."i, refitting stearing box, 815; sundry 

labour and material. $1 I 60 397 10 

Ship's laundry to Feb. 24, 1917, $326 65, refunded to Casual Revenue, 1917-18, 82; ice for 

season, 890 n 3 65 

Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies, etc 330 72 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights. $7,852 76; Shipt lhannel, $2,497 01; Marine Hospitals, 

$60; Naval Service, $151 38 10,561 15 

",.,. ((Ml I! 

Less— Paid by Customs Depart nf . . 25,273 16 



Government Steamer: Druid. "—Steamer du gouvernement: "Druid. 

Salaries of officers, 12 m, to Mar. 31, 1917— 

M. Gagnon, master, at $125 per in., $1,375; L. Lemieux, 1st officer, $960; H. ( larbonneau, 
2nd officer, at $50 pei m . $588 II. P. Tremblay, foreman of buoys, at $00 per in.. 
$520 64; P. Van Koenig, wireless operator, at $70 per in., $030; (), Laiiave, 1st engineer, 

$1,110; O. Lambert, 2nd engineer, $780; Jos. Thibeault, 3rd engineer, $000 

Wage,, of crew to Dec. 23, 1916 

Board of officers and crew to Dec 23, 1916, at 50c, 55c, tiOe. or 65c. per d., $5,426 25; board 

of boilermakers, $3 
Labour, laying up and outfitting engines, etc., at $1.75 or $2 per d 

Fuel— Combustible. 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 

Miscellaneous— Divers {$12,778 88). 

Davie, Geo. T., & Sons. Levis: vessel laying on gridiron, d. at $15.09; use of scow staging, 

etc., $12.50; ladder lost overboard, $25 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners, wintering steamer season 1916-17.. 

Ryan, Mrs. Tbos., Quebec, cartage 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston, rental of submarine signal receiving apparatus, April 1 to 

May 1, 1916. 
Ship's laundry to Dec. 11, 1916, $221 89; .leaning carpets, $2.24 
Small payments, $45.49; detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $12,169.23 12,214 72 

Less— Charged to Maintenance of Lights 



6,564 
8,172 


lis 

03 


5.429 
1,075 


Oil 


1,163 


19 



> 
12 


128 04 
24 00 
170 90 

8 411 
224 13 
214 72 


45 


180 13 
57 


45 


17:! 56 



O — 12 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Government Steamer: Elizabeth" or "Thos. Mason." $ eta. 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Elizabeth" ou "Thos. Mason." 

J. P. Loughery, master, Mav 9, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, at S75 per ra 805 65 

J. I). McCalTcrtv, engineer, Mav 9, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, at S75 perm 805 65 

A. Estabrooks, cook and A.B., Aug. 10 to 28, 1916, at $40 per m., 824.50; board at 50c. per 

d., $9.50 r 34 00 

Fuel— Combustible ($728.58). 

Colwell Fuel Co., West St. John, nut coal, 25-224 tons at $10 252 24 

Colwell, C. E., estate, West St. John: coal, 41-215 tons (egg) at $9.70, 1 ton (maritime), $8, 

3 tons (nut) at $9.70, 3-075 tons at $10 467 63 

Purves, W. C, estate, St. Stephen, stove coal at $8 50 per ton 8 71 

Miscellaneous— Divers ($1 , 008 . 22). 

Williamson, J. F., St. John, machinery repairs 224 98 

Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies, etc 77 45 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 705 79 



3,382 10 



Government Steamer: "Estevan" — Steamer du gouvernement: "Estevan." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917— 

C. Barnes, master, at $125 or $140 per m., $1,589.99; G. Evans, 1st officer, at $80 or $100 
per in., $1,080; 2nd officers, at $60 or $70 per m., W. L. Butler, $8, H. S. Hughes, $208, 
H. A. Ormiston, $573; 3rd officers, at $50 per m., W. L. Butler, $250, D. Leask, $21.66; 
L. Lucas, purser, at 885 per m., $1,019.99; 1st engineers, at $120 or $130 per m., J. R. 
Butler, $190.35; J. A. Sutherland, $1,309 63; 2nd engineers, at $98 or $100 per m., 
J. F. Douglas, $74 19, T. E. Morrison, $1,041.57, F. L. Stewart, $65 78; 3rd engineers 
at $80 per m., H. F. Allen, $117 14, F. L. Stewart, $S42 .84; H. H. Boyd, 4th engineer 

at $60 per m., $367 74 8,759 88 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 18,487 75 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 70e., 75c, 80c. or $1 per d 10,551 4S 

Fuel — Combustible. 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 9, 730 30 

Miscellaneous — Divers ($14,577 . 64) ■ 

Linklater, P. M., Victoria: long overcoat, $35; pea jackets, 3 at $25; reefers, 9 at $25; uniform 

suits, 14 at $31, 7 at $35 1,014 00 

Naval Service Department: caps, 11 (officers'), $13.48, 17 (seamen's), $14.78; white covers, 

46, 813.33; blue jean combinations, 40 suits, $87.85; trousers, 17 pr., $38.28 167 72 

Standard Electric Welding Co., Vancouver, electric welding on boilers 380 00 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co., Victoria: hauling and launching, cleaning, painting, and re- 
pairing steamer, $5,913.30; making propeller blades, 4, $389 6,302 30 

Yarrows, Victoria: docking, cleaning, and painting, steamer, $780; sundry repairs, $179.35 . 959 35 

Ship's laundry to Mar. 28, 1917, $250.58; small payments, $17.51 268 09 

Detailed under maintenance of Lights 5, 486 IS 

62, 107 05 

Less — Coal supplied lightkeeper $42 . 50 

Charged to Maintenance of Lights 508 37 



550 87 



Government Steamer: "Frontcnac". = 

Steamer du gouvernement: "Frontenac." 

Salaries of officers, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

Jos. Laforest, master, $1,000; U. Blais, 1st officer, at $55 per m., $366.13; E. Sauvageau, 

1st engineer, 8900; T. Aussant, 2nd engineer, $550 2,810 13 

Wages of crew, to Dec. 13, 1916 3, 522 18 

Board of officers and crew to Dec. 13, 1916, at 50c, 55c, 60c or 65c. per d 2,107 15 

Labour outfitting engines, etc, at 81 . 75 per d 122 49 

Fuel — Combustibh . 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Ship Channel 4,833 75 



Carried forward 13, 401 70 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITl RE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 13 



Government Steamer: "Frontenac." ( 
steamer ilu gouvernement: "Frontenac." i 



Brought torward . 






V/i cellat 






Lizotte, P E., Sorel: overcoat, $25; trousers, 6 pr. at $4; uniforms, 

Ship's laundrj to Dec. If>, I'.llii. Sl'.Hi L'ii: ire. Ml Ml; miall payments, $36.05. 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $56 71, Ship Channel, SS,0!.; . 



Less < Iharged to Ship < 'hannel 



277 08 
8,073 41 

271 19 

Government steamer: "Grenville" Steamer du gouvernement: "Grenville." 

Salaries of officers, to Mar. 31, 1917 

II. Esford, master, mi Si ns :;.:,„ • sn , ,,, ., si ,;:i i i;::, 1 1 . Burnip, 1st officer, at $68 per 

in.. $669 03; If. Mullin, 1st engineer, at $95 or $105 per m., $1,150; J. Muir, 2nd engineei 
Ml $60 or $70 per m., $619 68 3,750 34 

ol crew i" Mar. 31, 1917 7,182 86 

Board of officers and crew to Mai 11,191 S05 20; lunchesal 5. each, 

$88.15. 
Travel of officers and members of crew 

Fuel I om\ 

Hutchison Estate, Port Dalhousie: soft coal, 91 tons at $3.40, 35 tons at $5.50 .".01 90 
Johnston, H. H., Port Dalhousie, chestnut coal, 1 ton 

Plumb, I. W. & Son., Prescott, nut coal, 2-18 tons at $7.50, 5-825 tons at $8, . 62 95 

Plunkett, Geo. & Son, Cobourg: steam coal, $15-225 tons at 5 50 .... 83 71 

Rogers, Elias, ( '.,., roronto: coal, steam, 5 tons at $5 75, 15 tons at $6, nut, 1 ton, $8 126 75 

Swift, Jas. & Co., Kingston: coal, slack, 41 tons at $6, 10-585 tons at $7, soft, 401-66 tons at 

$5, 10 tons at $9, nut. 3 tons at $8 25 2,443 16 

Taylor, Jas. & Son, Gananoque. steam soal, 31 84 tons at Si 159 20 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Construction of Lights 478 65 

llaneous— Divers (S7.486.00). 

Canada Steam Pump & Machine Co., Toronto, small repairs 55 70 

Crawford, H., Kingston: moorage for winter, 1916-17. 75 00 
Grant, Geo. W., & Co., Toronto: coal oil, 76 gal at 18c; glycerine, 2'. gal. at $6 I 

packing, 131 lb. at $1.50; sundry supplies, $36 69 86 00 

Muir Bros. Dry Dock Co., Port Dalhousie, labour and material for repairs 576 74 
Poison Iron Works. Toronto: balance due on contract for construction of steam. I 

. i 98, 1916 17), $3,000, less cost of inclining experiment, $200 2,800 00 

Ship's laundrj', to Jan. 4, 1917, $184 it; ice, $210 25; small payments, $88 in 483 19 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights. S141 59; Construction of Lights, S3,2iVS lis 3,410 27 



26,210 in 



Government Steamer: "Lady Grey —Steamer du gouvernement: "Lady-Grey." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917— 

J. B. Mercier, ouster. $1,500; Ed. Cloutier, 1st officer, $864; A. Toupin, 2nd officer and 

pilot, $1,020; P. Koenig, wireless operator, at $70 per in., $210; J. Rov, 1st engineer. 

$1,260; A. Lafiamme, 2nd engineer, $840; T. Gouin, 3rd engineer, $636 6,330 00 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917 ..... 11,02148 

Board of officers and crew. 12 i... to Mar. 31, 1917. at 50c, 55c, 60c., or 65c. per d. 6, 295 70 

Balance of wages for 1915-16 ... 103 02 

Fui l-( 'ombustible ($34,053.29). 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec: steam coal, 110 ton at S9 50, 1,213-945 tons at $11.50; stove 

coal, 3-995 tons at $8.50 1 1. ni)4 77 

Gulf Pulp & Paper Co., Clarke City, soft coal, 25 tons at SO 150 00 

Leclair & Frere, Montreal: stove coal, 1 ton {in bags 1 , $8 75; wood, $2. 10 75 
Nova Scotia Steel & Coal ' lo., Montreal; steam coal, 452-5 tons at. $4 03. 164 tons at $5 

104 tons at $10.50; loading at 50c per ton. S3t;ii 25; trimming at 25c. per li.. $15 4,152 57 

Fuel from stores, detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $202 85; Ship Channel, $5 532 35 .",735 20 

Carried forward 47,804 09 



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Government Steamer: Lady Grey"— Continued. S ets 

Steamer du gouverncment : Lady Grey" — Fin. 

Brought forward 17, 804 09 

laneous— Divers (S19.47o.83). 

Canadian Vickers, Montreal: docking steamer, S300, lay days, 12 at SSO; repairs to steamer, 

15,450; sundry bolts, nuts, etc., $45.94 6,755 94 

Christie Clothing Co.. Montreal: jumpers and collarettes. 6 each. SIS; pea jackets, 3 at $10.50; 
reefers, 5 at $20; trousers, 26 pr. at $3 75; uniforms, 6 at $19.50, 28 at S20; alterations, 
$2 75 926 75 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co.. Levis: steamer laying on gridiron, 1 d., $21 99 ; 

renewing loose and defective rivets and caulking. $143 49 165 4^ 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.. Montreal: services of operator, at $60 or $70 oer m., $152.36, 

engineer, at $S per d.. $24; travel, $19.75; express, $1 35; sundry wireless supplies, $78.83 276 29 

Ship's laundry, to Feb. 2s, 1917, $395 42; ice for season, $57 452 42 

Accounts under $50 for sundrv supplies, etc. 382 75 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $3,979 87; Ship Channel, $6,536.33 10,516 20 

67,279 92 
Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 15 20 

67,264 72 

Government Steamer: "Lady Laurier." 
Steamer du gouvemement: "Lady Laurier." 

Salaries of officers, 12 in. to Mar. 31. 1917 — 

C. A. Travis, master. $1,320; W. Rowe, 1st officer, $900; G. A. Slawenwhite. 2nd officer, 
$720; P. LeBlanc. 3rd officer, $600; wireless operators, at $70 per m., C. B. Harris, 
$280. J. Maloney. $74 52. E. S. Tufts, $485.48; R. W. Hooper, 1st engineer, $1,299.96; 
M. Brown, 2nd engineer, $950.04, A. Kennedy. 3rd engineer, $775; G. J. Ferguson, 
4th engineer, at $55 per m., $595 16; Win. Meehan. 4th engineer, at $50 per m., $41.67; 
X. McLeod, 5th engineer, at $45 or $50 perm., $586.67 8,628 50 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 15,962 33 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. at 50c. to $1 per d.. $9,623.40. less amount 

withheld pending settlement of liabilities of late steward, R. O. Harris. $695 10. 8,928 30 

Travelling expenses of officers and seamen 17 tO 

Fuel— Combustible (tlo, 596.06). 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax, trimming coal at 10c. or 25c. per ton 76 95 

Dominion Coal Co.: steam coal, 185 tons at $3.75, 330j tons at So, 847| tons at $6, 277 tons at 

$7.25; trimming at 15c. per ton, $204.46; water, $35.36 9,679 32 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.. Xorth Svdnev: steam coal, 531 tons at $4; trimming at S15c. 

perton, $79.65 2.203 65 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 3,436 14 

Miscellaneous— Divers ($17,026.77). 

Bucklev Coal & Contracting Co., Halifax, scaling and cleaning boilers, according to agree- 

ments 350 00 

Burns & Kelleher, Halifax: babbitt. 37 lb. (No. 2). $40; making key, fitting propeller 
on shaft and cutting sleeve, etc.. $75; machinery and pipe repairs according to agreement, 

S7S5; sundry' material and repairs, $73.73 973 73 

Canadian Government Railways, Halifax, side wharfage, 26 d. at $4.50 117 00 

I \rthur. & Co.. Halifax: repairs to boilers, etc., according to agreement, $899; sundry- 
labour and material. $10. 6S 909 6S 

Farquhar Bros.. Halifax: repairing and installing plumbing, S24S; electrial repairs. $57 305 00 

Forhan, Thos., A: I lo., Halifax, making canvas covers, tarpaulin and awning ... 3S0 00 

Halifax Graving Dock Co.: use of marine railway. $247 40; laying on ways, 3 d., $394.13. ... 641 53 

Halifax Marine Engineering Co.: machinists. 1 17 J d. at $5; helpers. 46 d. at $3.15 732 40 

Halifax Tow Boat Co., towage 78 84 

Judge. Peter. & Son, Halifax, water at 30c. per hundred gal 171 00 

Lahey. .las. F., Dartmouth, painting shell plating 250 00 

Naval Service Department: serge trousers, 21 pr., $75.60; sundry supplies, $4.45 SO 05 

Sinfield. R. T., Halifax, repairs to boilers 100 00 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston, rental of submarine signal receiving apparatus. April 1 to 

June 30. 1916 23 00 

Walsh Bros., Halifax, painting, varnishing, polishing and cleaning 300 00 

Webber, A. A., 4 Son, Dartmouth, repairs to hull, shell plating, etc .- S60 00 

Williams, E. 1'., Dartmouth, caulking and carpenter work 885 00 

i ferried forward 56,090 12 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXl'ENDI o 15 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Government Steamer: "Lad} Laurier" i oneluded. 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Lad) Laurier" Fin. 

Brought forward 

Misccllaneou i on. luded Di ei I in 

Provisions purchased while without a steward 

Proctor's Meal Market, Halifax beef, 373 lb a! 13}. . mutton, 123 lb al 18. i S3 

lb. :it 22c.; sundry meal . x, 38 I ; 

Scriven, .1. J., & Sons. Halifax, bread, 150 loaves al 8c 12 mi 

Smith & Proctor, Halifax, eggs, 30 doz a1 55c n, 50 

Wentzells, Halifax: beans. 120 1b., $14; tea, 60 1b at 34. ; sundry supplies, $32 12 66 82 

Ship's laundry to Feb. 28, 1917, $394 56; cleaning carpel , etc., $46 50 HI 06 

Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies, etc 123 93 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 9, 1 15 19 

65,959 66 
Less— Charged to Maintenan f Lights . 1117 50 



65,852 16 

Government Steamer: "Lambton Steamer du gouvernement: 'Lambton." 

5a la : ies of officers— 

Vlex. Brown, master, May 20 to N..\ 30, 1916, and Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, 1917, at $85 01 -I 10 
per 111., SX22 (ill, AU-x. McNab, master, 2 m. to May 30 at $85 per m., $170; I. M. Mit- 
chell, 1st officer, April Kit.. Nov. 30, 1916, and Jan, r. to 31, 1917. at $70 or $80 per m , 
$588 03; J. M. Brechin, 1st engineer. Mat 7 to 31, 1917, at $1(111 per m., $80 65 1 
Sent t. 1st- engineer. 111 in. to. Ian. 31, 1(117, a I $X5 pel in., $.X50, ,1 S. I.awson, 2nd engineer, 
April 1 to Nov. 30, 1916, and Mar. 7 to 31, 1(117, at $60 or $80 per in., $544 52 3,056 10 

Wages of cre-H to Mar. 31, 1917 3,126 04 

Board of officers anil crew to Mar. 31, 1917, at 55e. to $1 per .1.. $2, 178 34; night lunches al 

5c. each, $23.90 2,202 21 

Fuel— Combustible. 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 2,073 19 

Miscellaneous- Diva ■ 

Logan, Alex., Parry Sound, burial expenses of the late ('apt. Alex, McNab 176 80 

Small payments 26 55 

1 letailed under I instruction of Lights, 30c; Maintenance of Lights, $1,839 09 1,839 39 



68; E. A. 




or, at $70 




Lockhart, 




..i per ni . 




06 


7,224 67 




12,866 09 




7.(1211 So 



Government Steamer: "Lansdowne." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Lansdowne." 

Salaries of officers to Mar. 5, 1917 — 

A. W. Burns, master, at $110 per m., $1,210; X A Withers, master, at SI 

1st officer, at $75 per in.. $825; M. Brickley, 2nd officer, at Slid per n 

Holder, 3rd officer, at $50 per in . $558 06; W. E. Ward, wireless 

per m., $7X1 29; .las. Clarke, lsi engineer, at $1110 per m., $1,100; 

2nd engineer, at X,;, per in.. $829 84; G. Stack, 3rd engineer, at $5 

$685; A. F. Bennett. 4th engineer and winchman, at $45 or $50 per m , $548 06 

\\ age- of crew to Mar. 5, 1(117 

Board of officers and crew to Mar. 13, 1(117. at 50c . 55c . 60c ot 65c pel d 

Fuel— Combustible. 

Dominion Coal Co., screened steam i I. 117 357 ions : ,i $4 65, 61-15 tons al <4 85 162 153 

tons al $6 75, 215 825 tons at xx 5689 n 

Miscellaneous- Dive. 

Baker, L E., & I o . Yarmouth: wharfage. 20 d. at $2 50; water, al 50c pei thousand gal 

$13.33 63 33 

Barton Electric Welding ( (o., St. John, electric welding on boilers 327 oo 

Digby (own. water supplied, 12 in. to I let. 1, 1916.... 50 00 

Grannan, Philip, St. John: plumbing repairs, laboui at $6 pel .1 , $110; sundry material, $57 63 107 63 

Killani Bros., Yarmouth: water at 50c. per 1,1 gal . $10 13; wharfage ,n ~2 :, I s.|-j ,-,,, 

i ..i wheelbarrow, $2 II:; 63 



( 'arried forward 



O — 16 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-19111 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Government Steamer: "Lansdowne." — Concluded. S cts. 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Lansdowne." — Fin. 

Brought forward 34,422 31 

Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin. 

St. John city, water supply, 12 ra. to Dec. 31, 1916 101 01 

Schuller Electric Welding Co., St. John, electric welding on boilers, etc 260 00 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston, rental of submarine signal receiving apparatus, 3 m. to June 

30, 1916 '. 37 50 

Union Foundry and Machine Works, St. John: grate bars and bearers at 2jc. per lb., $103.88; 

sundry labour and material for repairs, $77.26 1S1 14 

Ship's laundry to Feb. 16, 1917, $456.91; ice for season, $77 533 91 

Accounts under $50 for sundry supplies, etc 86 68 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights : 3,926 34 

Refunded to Casual Revenue, 1917-18 69 19 



39,618 08 

Government Steamer: "Leebro." 

Steamer du gouvernement "Leebro." 

Green & Burdick Bros., Victoria, charter of steamer, May 1, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $125 

per d 41,875 00 



Government Steamer: "Maggie May." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Maggie May.', 

Salaries of officers, April 25 to Dec. 6, 1916 — 

Thos. W. Weir, master, at S70 per m., $517.54; A. Deforges, 1st officer, at $45 per m., 

$332.70; J. Rochon, engineer, at S60 per m., $458.41 1,308 65 

Wages of crew, April 25 to Dec. 6, 1916 '. 2,003 06 

Board of officers and crew, April 25 to Dec. 6, 1916, at 50c. to $1 per d 1,269 40 

Fuel— Combustible ($836.26). 

Eligh, Peter, Ottawa, steam coal, 75 tons at $5.50 412 50 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 423 76 

Miscellaneous — Divers ($4,063.84). 

LeBel, C. A., agent, Montreal, disbursements: cartage, $12.75; ice, $17.05; sundry outlay, 

.$36. IS 65 98 

Weir, Thos., Cushing, charter of steamer, April 25 to Dec. 6, 1916 at $9 per d 2,034 00 

Accounts under $50 135 90 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $1,724.01, Ship Channel, $103.95 1,827 96 

9,481 21 
Less— Charged to Maintenance of Lights 8 14 



9,473 07 



Government Steamer: "Montcalm." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Montcalm." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917— 

E. Pelletier, master, $1,500; M. Fortin, 1st officer, $840; O. Mercier, 2nd officer, $660; 
P. Fortin, 3rd officer, $540; wireless officers at $60, $65 or $70 per m., J. N. A. Blouin, 
$1.30, H. R. Cook, $560, A. I. Sundstrom, $229.03; C. Samson, 1st engineer, at $100 
per m., $1,172.46; E. Filteau, 2nd engineer, at $70 per m., $839.99; M. Roy, 3rd 
engineer, at $50 per m., $599.99; J. Royer, 4th engineer, $540; 5th engineers at $40 per 
m., G. Bonafe, $120, P. Boulangcr, $346.67; 6th engineers, at $40 per m., G. Bonafe, 

$280, L. H. Filteau, $120, L. Guav, $80 '. 8,429 44 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 21, 133 83 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 50c, 55c, 60c, or 65c per d 12,745 20 

Travel of wireless officer joining steamer, $31.85, car and ferry tickets, $13.20 45 05 

Fuel— Combustible ($45,772.13). 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec: steam coal, 2,236-765 ton at $11.50; stove coal, 3-415 ton at 

$8.50 25,751 83 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co.: steam coal, 2,914 ton at $4, 832 ton at $4.03; loading at.50c. 

per ton, $416, trimming, at 15c per ton or 25c. per h., $473.22 15,898 18 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 4, 122 12 

Carried forward 88, 125 65 



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Government Steamer: "Montcalm."- Concluded, 
sit Miner tin gouvernement: "Montcalm." I in. 

Brought forward ........ 88,125 65 

Miscellancou 

Beland, T., agent, Quebec, di ibursementi ; car and ferry tickets, 566 80; freight and express, 
iundry outlay, $15.61 

Bell Telephone ( .... Quebec: building outside line a1 Pte. a Carey, $10.15; renl of telep] 
.Ian. 1 to June 5 and Dec. 21, 1916 to April 4, 1917, $51.90 

Canadian ! lectric I ighl Co., L^vis; lighting 50 lamps, April 29 to May 30, 1916, ai 2Jc. per 

lamp per d., $40; connection and disco iction, $10 50 00 

1 >avie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., Levis, engine and hull repairs according to specifica- 
tions 18,040 00 

Drolet, l. X., Quebec, making cast iron worm wheel for stearing gear 7(1 (10 

\\ m. & Sons, Quel , tow ing steamer 175 00 

McKay, Alex., Quebec: electric welding, boilers, at $9 per h., $378, headers, 8 at $25; I 

chipping and caulking at 35c. per h., $50.58; electrodes, at 15c. per lb., $9.45 638 o;; 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph ( '<>., Montreal rator, Nov. 29 to Dec. 27, 1918 at 

$70perm.. si;,-,.i',:; ; message.-, sliMiu 77 72 

Moreau, Gaudiose, Limoilou: renewing brick work of door frames and lining sides of boilers 
with asbestos, caulking, etc., 4 boilers at $75; repairing galley range, $35; tile flooring, 
$25; scraping, cleaning and repairing water tanks 5825 ........' 1,185 00 

Public Works Department, use of Levis drv dock and pumps 2,048 90 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos., Quebec, cartage, $596.20, underpaid in 1915-16, $26 622 20 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston, rental of submarine signal receiving apparatus, 12 m. to Mar. 

31, 1917 120 00 

Thorn, John S., Quebec, towing steamer 175 00 

"Zaidee" and Owners, North Sydney, water, i J 

Ship's laundry to Mar. 19, 1917, $609.56; dyeing and cleaning portiers, SIT). NO. ... 655 36 

Accounts under $50 tor sundry supplies, etc 116 05 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights. . 31,186 96 



Less— Refunded on uniform $ 27 00- 

Charged to Maintenance of Lights 338 38 



143,782 09 



Government .Steamer: "Nelson." 
Steamer dti goiivcrnement: "Nelson." 

Salaries of officers, Jan. 20 to Mar. 15, 1917— 

M. B. Wrayton, master, at $75 per m.. $124.25; \. D'Entremont, 1st officer, at $60 per 

m., $52.26; R. Logan, engineer, at $75 per m., $124.25 300 76 

Wages of crew, Jan. 20 to Mar. 15, 1917 99 1!) 

Board of master and engineer, Mar. 17 to 28, 1917, at $1 pel d 

Travel of members of crew 8 20 

Getson, D., Getson's Cove: soft coal, 3 tons at $7.50; telephone in. i . 22 7.". 

McGill, Jos., Shelburne, soft coal, 3-545 tons at $8.75 31 02 

Shelburne Shipbuilders: soft coal, 2-465 tons at $8.25; truckage, -I !3 21 57 

Small payments for water, etc 21 90 



Government Steamer: "Newington." 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Newington." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917— 

H. R. Bilton, master, at $100 or $120 per m., 81.319.98; 1st officers, at S75 or $85 per m., 

W. F. Billington, $37.50, E. C. LeBlanc, $907.50, J. A. MacDonald, $15; 2nd officers, 

$60 or $65 per m., W. L. Butler, $441.99, H. Ormiston, $228.63; C. M. Mclntyre, 

wireless officer, at $85 per m., $1,019.99; II. Wilson, 1st engineer, at $100 or $110 per 

m., $1,259.97; W. G. Owen, 2nd engineer, at $80 or $90 per m., $1,019.98 6,250 54 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 51, 1917 8,385 20 

Board of officers and crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at 70c to SI per d 

l'u< I— Combustible. 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 

Carried forward . . , 

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Government Steamer: Newington— Concluded. $ cts. 

Steamer du gouvernement: Xewington— Fin. 21,895 28 



Brought forward 

Misct llancuus—Dirers ($5,024.82). 

Lemon, Gonnason Co., Victoria, refrigerator 100 00 

Linklater, P. M.. Victoria, uniforms, 2 at $31, 6at $35 272 00 

Naval Service Department: labour and material for repairs to hull and machinery, $1,762.87; 
water supplied, April 1, 1915 toMav 31. 1916. $232; B. C. Electric Railwav Co. for current, 

$3.10 1,997 97 

Robertson, G. E. L., agent. Victoria: labour at $4.25 per d., $23.38; car tickets, $24; postage 

stamps, $6; water, $7.25 60 63 

Yarrows, Victoria, docking, cleaning and painting and repairs. 220 00 

Ship's laundry, to Mar. 10, 1917 138 96 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights . . 2,235 26 



26,920 10 
Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights . ... 147 25 



26,772 85 

Government Steamer: "Prince Edward Island." . 

Steamer du gouvernement: lie du Prince-Edouard. " 

Salaries of officers, 1 m. to April 30, 1916 — 

J. J. Murchison. master, S125; J. X. MacKinnon, 1st officer, $75; A. B. Paquet, 2nd 
officer, $60; J. McLeod, 3rd officer, $50; Jos. Buote, pilot. $75; D. D. Ryan, purser, 
$75; J. L. McDonald, checker, $65; wireless officers at $70 per m., J. Malonev. $44.38, 
A. I. Sundstrom, $28; R. T. Main, 1st engineer, $60.83: C. P. Smith, 2nd engineer, 
{43.80; L. R. I'nsworth. 2nd engineer, $75; Win. McKay, 3rd engineer, $62.50: R. 
Mcl'herson, $62.50: L. Carlton, 4th engineer, $45: Jas. Fardev. 4th engineer. $45. ... 992 01 

Wages of crew, 1 m. to April 30, 1916 1,916 76 

Bonus to seamen, Dec. 12, 1915 to April 30. 1916 at ?2 per m 82 45 

Board of officers and crew, 1 m. to April 30, 1916, at 50c. or 60c. per d 1.244 50 

Handling freight, coal. etc. — 

I harlottetown. office and warehouse staff, at 10c to 40c. per h.. $779.60: L. P. Union, 

at 45c. per ton. $1.908.87 2,688 47 

Pictou, Gilchrist, McMillan & Cooke, contractors, a1 45c. or 55c. per ton 2,547 50 

Fuel— I 'orhbustible ($6,327.18). 

Canadian Government Railways, coal, 68-714 ton at $4.03 -'7ii 92 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co.. coal. 1.674-125 ton at $3.50 5, S59 43 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 190 83 

Miscellaneous— Divers (Si.76S.64). 

Intercolonial Railwav: grate bars, 14,560 lb. at $1.60 per cwt.; coir brooms and handles, 2 
doz. at $6.90: vises, 2 at $9.50. 1. $33.50; zinc, 200 lb.. $34: cotton wipers, 57S lb. at 5|c; 
caulking, seam painting and white leading houses and bridge, $1,345; towing. $50; sundry 
supplies and labour and material for repairs. $1,431.25 3,189 86 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.. Montreal: rental of wireless standard emergency set, April 

1916, $50; messages, $17.96 67 96 

Taylor, T. G., agent, Charlottetown, disbursements: customs duty, $18; freight, $144.81; 

sundrv outlay. $11.07 173 88 

Claims for shortage of freight. $129.32: laundry, $75; small payments, $22.25 226 57 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 1. 105 37 

20,562 51 



Government Steamer: "Rouville "— Steamer du gouvernement: "Kouville." 

Salaries of officers, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917— 

C. Bosse, master, at $85, $935; R. Pelletier, master, 1 m. $100; L. Corriveau, 1st officer 
$720; A. Carbonneau. 1st engineer. $900; 2nd engineers at $58.33 per m., R. Cote 
$50.80, A.Despres, $238.96. J. Ladriere, $2S6 

Wages of crew, to Dec. 30, 1916 

Board of officers and crew, to Dec. 28, 1916 at 50c, 55c, 60c. or 65c. perd 

Back wages for 1915-16... ..... 

Laying up and outfitting engines at $1.75 or $2 perd. . 

Travelling expenses of members of crew joining steamer 



Carried forward . 



3, 


289 09 


5 


,357 93 


3 


, 183 65 




17 33 




243 87 




101 90 


12 


193 77 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Government Steamer: Konville -Concluded. 
Steamer cl u gouvernement: ' Konville " Fin. 



Brought forward. ... 12,193 

Fuel— Combustible (.t4.368.70). 

Dominion Coal Co., steam coal, "9 tons at $3.75; trimming at 15c. per ton, $11 85; watt r, (9 23. 

Naval Service Departments Bteam coal, 60 ton a1 $4.50; trimming at 25c. per ton, $15 285 00 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 

Miscellaneous Divers (Sll,9£2.64). 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax: cleaning and scaling boilers. 90 00 

Farquhar Bros., Halifax: fitting up plumbing - 60 00 

Halifax Craving Dock Co.. use of marine railway, hauling 301 tons at 20c; horsepower, 54 

at 20c; lay days, 10 at I2jc. per ton per d., $376.25; blocks split, $8 4.v> 2.5 
Halifax Marine Engineering Co.: repairs to steamer according to specifications, $1,057; extra 

labour, machinist, 30-56 d. at $5; helper, 14 d. at $2.70 [,247 60 

Hogan, T. & Co., Halifax: repairs to boiler 13100 

Lahey, Jas. F., Dartmouth: scraping, wire brushing, cleaning and painting hot turn of steamer 1 10 on 
Moreau, < 1.. Limoilou: repairing, galley stove, $60; scraping and cementing tanks, $40; building 

new firebridges, etc., $30 130 00 

Martin & Moore, Halifax, painting, enameling and varnishing 140 00 

Harbour Commissioners, wintering steamer, 1916-17. 16 25 

Hvan, Mrs. Thos., Quebec, cartage 78 40 
Williams, E. F., Dartmouth: hull and woodwork repairs, $0110: caulking decks, $22.52 

Ship's laundry to Dec. 13, 1916, $171 36; accounts under $50, $183 59 354 95 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 8,426 57 



28,485 01 
Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 7 00 



Government Steamer: "Scout"— Steamer (In gouveruement "Scout." 



2S.47.S 01 



Salaries of officers — 

D. F. Mills, master, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017, at slid or $100 per m., $1,090; C. Harte. 1st 

t , April 6, Dec. 31, 1916 at $68 per in., S600 07. balance for Mar. 1010, $42 20; 

(1. Lessard, 1st engineer, 12 m. to Mar. :>l, 1017 at $87 50 or $05 per m.. $1,057.50; 

A. Samson, 2nd engineer. Mar. 1-13, 1917 at $70 pi m., $29.35; G. H. Smith, 2nd 

engineer, April 6 to Dec. 31, 1916 at $50 per m., $441 07 3,261 39 

Wages of crew, to Mar. 31, 1917 3,933 25 

Board of officers and crew, to Mar. 31, 1017 at 50c. to SI per d 2,406 4:; 

Travel of members of crew 24 70 

Fuel— Combustible (Sl.886.06 . 

Me< iuire, W. C, Cornwall: egg or stove coal, 5 -725 tons at $8 75; nut coal, I ton at $S 25,1 tun at 

$8.50,Jtonat$8.75,55tonsat$9;softcoal,201-637tonsat$6 .... .... 1,28188 

Plumb, I. \V. & Son, Prescott: nut. coal, 2 tons at $7.50, 5 tons at $8 55 oo 
Swift, .las. & Co., Kingston: nut coal, 2 ton at $8 25, 1 ton at $8.50; soft coal, 10-85 tons at 

$5 .. 70 25 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Construction of Lights 400 93 

Misa llaneous— Divers ($9,666.01). 

Davis Dry Dock Co., Kingston: docking, labour and material for repairs to steamer 7,021 44 

Ship's laundry to Dec. 26. 1916, $83.91; ice, $127 17; small payments, $55.89 266 97 

Detailed under: construction of Lights, $2,331.33; Maintenance of Lights, $36 27 2,367 60 



21,107 84 

Government Steamer:]'' Shamrock." 

Steamer du Gouvernement : "Shamrock." 

Salaries of officers — 

E. Bernier, master, April 1 to May 15 and Nov. 15 to Dec. 31, 1916, at $90 perm., $271 55; 
S. Sauvageau, master, Mav 16 to Nov. 14, 1916, and Mar.. 1917, at $110 perm., $768 10; 
A. Toupin, 1st officer. Mav 16 to Nov. 14, 1916 and Mar., 1917, at. $85 per m., -$503 54; 
H. Charbonneau, 2nd officer, May 16 to Nov. 14, 1916 at $65 per m., $388 88; N. 
Marchand, 1st engineer, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $700; H. Pintal, 2nd engineer, April 17 
to Dec. 31, 1916 and Mar., 1917 at $55 per m., $520.67; E. Gouin, 2nd engineer. April 
1 to 16. 1916 at. $55 per m., $29.33; A. Lehouillier. foreman, April 10 to Mav 15 and 
Nov. 15 to Dec. 15, 1916 at $60 per m., $132 06; Z. Dupre, foreman, June 1 to Nov. 
14, 1916 at $60 per m., $328 ",732 13 



< arried forward . 

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Government Steamer: "Shamrock" — Concluded. $ cts. 
Steamer du gouvernement: "Shamrock" — Fin. 

Brought forward 3, 732 13 

Wages of crew to Dec. 15, 1916 3,616 58 

Board of officers and crew to Dec. 15, 1916 at 50e. to SI per d 2,443 27 

Rigging and unrigging at $1 . 65 per d 155 10 

Fuel — Combustible. 

Fuel from stores detailed under, Maintenance of Lights, S140.63; Ship Channel, $2,665.57. ... 2,806 20 

Miscellaneous— Divers ($10,286.60). 

Ship's laundry to Mar. 2. 1917, $155. 57; small payments, $31.95 187 52 

Detailed under: Agencies, rents and contingencies, $1.20; Maintenance of Lights, $3,000.94; 

Ship Channel, $7,096.S4 10,098 98 

23,039 78 

Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 1 28 

23,038 50 



Government Steamer: "Simcoe"— Steamer du gouvernement: "Simcoe." 

Salaries of officers, to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

R. Smith, master, at $105 or $125 per m., S1.2S0; A. Brown, 1st officer, at $75 or $85 per 
m., S205.97; W. J. Curry, 1st officer, at $75 per m.. $619. S4; H. Hallifax, 2nd officer, 
at $55 per in., $81.49; A. I. Sundstrom, wireless officer, $60 or $70 per m., $499.91; 
Jas. Leonard. 1st engineer, at $90 or $110 per m., $1,100; R. Hawke, 2nd engineer, 
at $70 per m., $654.49: C. J. Byrnes, 3rd engineer, at $60 per m., $504.58; Thos. Murray, 

deck engineer or watchman, at $50 or $60 perm., $634. 35 5,580 63 

Wages of crew, to Mar. 31, 1917 7,531 82 

Board of officers and crew, to Mar. 31, 1917, at 55c, to $1 per d., $4,6S9.55; board of govern- 
ment employees at 65c. per d., $43.24 4,732 79 

Fuel — Combustible. 

Fuel from stores, detailed under Maintenance of Lights 9, 259 03 

Miscellaneous — Divers (.$5,151 .54). 

Midland Transportation Co.: sen-ices of S. S. Chamberlain, assisting steamer stranded on 

Wallace Rock, April, 1916 600 00 

Sproule, W. H., Ottawa, cleaning and repairing chronometer 15 00 

Sundstrom, A. I., wireless officer,' travelling expenses, transferfrom C. G. S. P. E. Island 46 06 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights 4,490 48 

32,255 81 

Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 752 53 

Refunded on uniform 25 00 777 53 

31,478 28 



Government Steamer: "Stanley"— Steamer du gouvernement: "Stanley." 

Salaries of officers for broken periods to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

J. L. Read, master, at $125 perm., $411 .29; H. Sencabaugh, master, at $125 per m., $351 .48; 
1st officer, at $75 per in., $244. 2S; R. J. Gilbert, 1st officer, at $75 oer m., $83.04; 
I. C. Rhude, 1st officer, at $75 per m., $2.50; A. Salkns, 1st officer at $75 per m., 
S127.S5, 2nd officer, at $60 per m., $263. S5; J. R. MacMillan, 2nd officer, at $60 per 
in., $102.27, 3rd officer, at $.50 per m., $164.52; J. H. Hubley, 3rd officer, at $50 per 
m., $100; wireless officers, at $70 perm., J. Maloney, $212 64, E. Tufts. $214.52; 
M. Fraser, pilot, at $7.5 per m., $75; G. Leslie, purser, at $75 per m., $75; J. R. Davies, 

checker, at $65 per m., $65 2,493 24 

Wages of crew for broken periods to Mar. 31, 1917 10,542 89 

Board of officers and crew at 50c, 55c, 60c or 65c. per d 5,036 15 

Handling freight, coal, etc. — 

Charlottetown, office and warehouse staff at 10c to 40c. per hr., $165.15; L. P. Union, 

at 45c per ton, $244.47 409 62 

Georgetown, at 25c or 30c. per hr., $178.15; tending lines, $2.50 ISO 65 

Pictou, at 30c. or 35c per hr., $165.30; Gilchrist, McMillan and Cooke, contractors, 

at 45c or 70c. per ton, $7S9. 2S; Jos. Veniot, at 70c per ton, $28 982 58 

Carried forward 19, 645 13 



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Government Steamer: "Stanley" Concluded, 
steamer dii gouvernement: "Stanley"— Fin. 

Brought forward 

Fuel - Combustible {t6,796.94). 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax: trimming coal ■ !5i oi 10c perton .., "5:2 10 
Dominion Coal t '<>., st. -am eoal, 202 tons at $4 50, 457J ton at $6, 00 tons at $7.25; trimming, 

!G; water, $30 75 ... 4,207 01 

[ntercolonial Railwaj . coal, 861 tons a1 U 03 349 60 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co.: coal, 617-123 ton at $3 50 

Fuel fro: died under Maintenance of Lights., . 27 28 

Miscellaneous- Divers {tlS,7S7 99). 

Canadian Government Railways, side wharfs I b $4; water, S4.83 116 83 

( larson, [. F.,Pictou:spar varnish, 5 gal. a1 56 I lb. at 18c; sundry supplies, 811.30 

Cox, Arthur & Co., Halifax: repairs to boilers as per agreement 608 00 

Dartmouth town: water, at 60c. pei 1,000 gal., $18; hire of hose, 26 d. at $2; labour, $3 6 73 (11 

Halifax Gra\ ing Dock < !o.: use of mat ine railway, hauling, 914 ton at 20c; horse power, 300 

at 20c: lay days, 19 at 121c per ton perd., $2,170.75 
Halifax Marine Engineering < !o.: machine) v repairs as per specifications, $'.165; day work, 00 d. 

at $5; small repairs, $20 20 1,315 20 

Harvey, C. H., agent, Halifax: freight and express, $47.40; sundry outlay, $22.72 7(1 12 

Lahey, Jas.F., Dartmouth: scraping, wire bru hing and painting shell plating. . . .. 200 00 

Musgrave, Robt., North Sydney: putting clamp on broken rudder head, chafing plate on 

deck, and repairing wheel rods and turnbuckles 150 00 

O'Toole, J. J., Dartmouth: repairs according to agreement 175 00 

Picton Foundry and Machine Co.: repairs according .to agreement, $270; grate hats, 8,382 

lb. at 3c, small repairs, $32.21 
Stewart, Bruce & Co., Charlottetown: installing feed water separator, $400; repairs to boiler 

plates and pumps, $20.95 420 95 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston: rental of submarine signal receiving apparatus, Jan. I to 30, 

1916 37 77 

i, A. A., & Son, Darmouth: hull repairs and iron wink according to spi 

$".,244; repairing, rudder, $120, tank, $150 . 5,514 00 

Ship's laundry to Feb. 4, 1917, $282.73; accounts under $50, $247 26 529 99 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights... 6,507 75 

45, 170 06 
Less — Services of steamer floating S.S. Carisbrooke 2,000 00 

43,179 06 



Government Steamer: "Vercheres" — Steamer dii gouvernement: "Vercheres." 

of officers, to Mar. 31, 1917 — 
A. Marchand, master, at $70 per m., $669.07; E. Aussant, 1st officer, at $50 per m., $500; 
E. Mongrain, 2nd officer, at $45 per m., $381.77; H. Robitaille, 1st engineer, at $05 
per m., Sills. 55; 2nd ingineers, at $50 per m., O. Hebert, $100; A. Lesperance. $385.. 2,054 99 

Wages of crew, to Dec 15, 1916 2,23152 

Board of officers and crew, to Dec 15, 1916, at 50c to $1 per d 1,979 57 

Rigging and unrigging, etc , at $1 . 05 or $2 per d 233 50 

Fuel — Combustible. 

Fuel from stores detailed under, Maintenance of Lights, $503.24, ship Channel, $1,476.75 

Mi cellaneous— Divers {$8,299.16). 

Salois, Eugenie, stewardess: loss of provisions on account of sinking of steamer 57 15 
Sincennes— McNaughton Line, Montreal: services of wrecking plant raising steamer sunk at 

Three Rivers. 500 00 

Ship's laundry to Mar. 31, 1917, $177.77; small payments, $10.40 194 17 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights, $2,392.84; ship Channel, $5, 155 7,547 84 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Government Steamers: General Aceount. 
Steamers du gouvernement: Comptes glneTaux. 

Thomas McConkev, Ship's husband (S3, 151 .96)— 

Salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Travelling expenses, to Mar. 29, 1917 

D. K. O'Brien, assistant to ship's husband (SI, 564. 56) — 

Salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Travelling expenses to Mar. 30, 1917 

D. J. Stevens, inspector of Government Steamers ($1,922.07) — 

Salary, 6 m. at $1,400, 6 m. at SI, 450 per an. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Travelling expenses to Feb. 12, 1917 

J. H. Ewing, assistant inspector — 

Salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 917, $1,250; less military pay at $1 . 10 per d., $401.50 

F. J. Cummings, assistant inspector — 

Salary, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 per an. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. O'Donnell, clerk ($1.160.90} — 

Salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Travelling expenses to Nov. IS, 1916 

R. Belanger, clerk, 4 m. at $950, 8 m. at $1,000 to Mar. 31, 1917 

E. Beer, clerical work, at 35c. per h .... 

Jas. Carragher, clerical work, at 40c. per h. or $3.50 per d 

Chas. Houston, services in connection with general construction, 5 m 

W. Jackson, services in connection with general construction — 

Salary, 7 m. to Jan. 31, 1917, $875; travelling expenses, $28.80 

F. A. Willsher, services in connection with general construction, 2 m 

C. H. McKay, freight agent, Pictou. at $65 per m 

J. W. McPhee, sub-agent, Georgetown, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916, at $25 per m 

S. Sauvageau, Captain, salary, 2 m. to Feb. 28, 1917 

Advertising • 

Canadian Government Railways: rental of coal cars, at $1 per d., $119; waiting room and 

coal shed , $2 

Digby Town, water supply. 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada, Ottawa: premiums on fidelity bonds for ship' sstewards. 

King, H. W., Toronto: travelling expenses to Parry Sound adjusting compasses, etc 

Lachance, Capt., P. L., Quebec: travelling expenses, Montreal and return, April 7-20, 1916. . . 
McQuillan, John, Charlottetown: services as foreman of labour, Mar. 31 to May 3, 1916, at 

$3.50 per d., $112; labour, at 25c. per h., $7 

Noonan, W. H., sub-agent, Picton: freight on coal from Sydney mines, paid Intercolonial 

Railway ' ' 

Pooley. Luxton & Pooley, Victoria: legal expenses in connection with steamer "Quadra'' 

and "Charmer" collision 

Telephone Services ($98.06)— 

Bell Telephone Co., Quebec: rent of telephone, inspector's residence, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 
1917, $25; office, 5 m. to April 9, 1917, $22.50; messages, $7.30 

Maritime Telegraph & Telephone Co., Picton: rent of telephone, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916, 
$10.98; messages, $15.40 

Telephone Co. of Prince Edward Island: rent of telephone at Georgetown, 6 m. to Sept. 

30, 1916, $9; Charlottetown, Jan. 4 to June 1, 1916, $5.88 

Telegrams ($82.41)— 

Canadian Pacific Railway, $9.65; Great North Western Telegraph ( 'o., $30.34 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., $1 .52; Western Union Telegraph Co., $40.90 

Accounts under $50 

Detailed under: Maintenance of Lights. $167.74, Ship Channel, $162.54 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa, sundry printing and stationery 



Less — Charged to Maintenance of Lights 



2,099 94 
1.052 02 



1,200 00 
364 56 



1,424 94 
497 13 



1.024 98 

1,050 00 
110 90 
983 36 
87 50 
298 00 
500 00 

903 80 
250 00 

77 58 
150 00 
220 00 

22 70 

121 00 

50 00 

:;::; ::i; 

41 20 

26 95 

119 00 



54 80 
26 38 
14 88 

39 99 

42 42 

310 17 

330 28 

1,470 58 



16,792 00 
20 57 



16,771 43 



Examination of Masters and Mates. 
Examen des capitaines et des seconds. 

Chas. Eddie, Vancouver, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

Henry W. King, Toronto, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

P. L. Lachance, Quebec, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

F. N. Malcolm, Halifax, salary. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,800 00 

Examiners at $600, $3110 or $200 per an., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: W. R. Bennett, St. John, $600; 
Alex. Cameron, Charlottetown. $600; A. M. Davies, Prince Rupert, $300; J. D. Macpher- 
son, Victoria, $300; J. E. Murphy, Yarmouth, $300; J. Sutherland, North Sydney, $300; 
G. C. Coles, Collingwood, $199 92; A. Grant, Edmonton, $199.92; G. Halkett, Nelson, 

$199.92; M. Thordarson, West Selkirk, $199.92 3, 199 68 

Edith Keating, Halifax, stonegrapher, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 399 96 

Travelling expenses: Chas. Eddie., $70.96; H. W. King, $180.54; P. L. Lachance, $138.70; 

F. N. Malcolm, $17.90. 408 10 

Carried forward 1 1 , 207 74 



IM/.7W. iWi FISHERIES /// /' I /.'/ 1/ / \ 7 . EXPESDITCRE O 23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Examination of Masters and Mates C luded. 

Kxumcn <les capltalnes «•( ties seconds Fin. 

Brought forward 1 1 207 71 

Rent of offices: Charlottetown, SIM."), cleaning, $6; Collingwood, $20; North Sydney, $120; 

Varmouth, $120. In! 00 

Postage and telegrams for examiners (1 C. Coles, $11 60; Chas. Eddie, $20 65; II IV. 
King, $7; P. L, Lachance, 76c; J. I>- Macpherson, $16 31; F. N. Malcolm, $16 69; J I. 
Murphy, $3.24; J. Sutherland, $2. 78 05 

Board of Trade, London, Eng.: models: lights, 12 sets, $87 60; sailing ship, $6 08; steam 
ship, $4 38; Holmgren's wools, colour vision test. 12 sets, $1!) 47; letters, form vi 
test, 12 sets, $1" 16; pellets, vision test, 12 sets, $8 76; freight, packing, etc., SI2 95 1 1 ,, 

Mariti Telegraph ,v Telephone Co., Halifax: rent of telephone, Capt. Malcolm's office, 

July 1916 and Jan. I to Feb. 28, 1917 11 25 

Robertson, G. E. L., agent, Victoria: renl of telephone, Capt. Eddie's office, 12 m. to Dec. 

31, 1916 ... Be 00 

Walts, E. K., 'V- Son, Ottawa: Brail- compass doviascope, $117; rule of road models, 1 set, 
$27 til); semaphore, $15 20; sextant, cut to 10 in., $58 50; code Bags, I set, $15 25; hydro- 
meter, $:i; freight express and cartage to Prince Rupert, $44 10. 280 65 

Sundry small payments 62 21 

Public Printing and Stationery Department , i (ttawa, sundry printing and stationery. 1,830 07 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights ......................... 



14,087 



Investigations into Wrecks EnquJtes sur les naufrages. 

J. I). Macpherson, Commissioner — 

Salary. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . ... 1,500 00 

Travel and disbursements to Mar. 31, 1917. |gg 71 

Chas. Eddie, Vancouver, travel and disbursements 71 .,.-, 

P. 1.. Lachance. Quebec: travel and disbursements 23 80 

\ sessorsat $10 per sitting and expenses: Lieut. Com. C. Adam, Halifax, $10; S.W.Bucknam, 
Victoria, $40; J. F. Chapman, Halifax. $50; C Clarke, Victoria, $40; \ Cuthbert, 
Halifax, $30; L. H. Deiners, Quebec, $10; ( )om. < I O. K Eliott, (.iuel.ee. $65; .Jos. Fau- 
bert, Sorel. $10; J. Fleming, Halifax, $10; J. B. Foote, $40; \V. E. Gardner, Victoria 
$46.75; J. O. Grey, Montreal, $70; Jas. Hayes, St. John, $30; Lieut. Com. G. C. Hollo 
way, Halifax, Sill, Lieut. Com. H. K. Holme. $45 R. Jones. Halifax. $20; 1). L. Kenny, 
St. John, $5; ('has Koenig, (juel.ee, $20; ('has. Lapierre, Montreal, $75 30; 0. A. Lewi-, 
Louisbourg, $20; R McDonald, North Sydney, $72 20; Thos. McGough, Quebec, $10 
J. McLeod, Vancouver, $10; Jas McMaugh, roronto, $40; A, J. Morrison, Sydney, $70; 
A. J. Mulcahy, St. John, $35; J. A. Murray, Quebec, $65; F. Nash. Westmount, $80 
H. Parsons. Victoria, $40; R. Rid lev, Victoria. S75 .Ml. IV C. Robinson, Louisbourg, 
$20; l>. A. Scott. Halifax. $50; J. S. Shenton, Esquimalt, $65 55; D. C. Stewart, Halifax. 
$10; J. R. Stewart, Vancouver. $10; H. X. Walker, \ ictoria, $10; W. Wingate, Victoria, 
$20; R. H. Wright. Halifax. $20; Com. E. Wyatt, Halifax. $80 1. 4 ;,, ;;„ 

Stenographers: Alex. Belinge, Quebec, $255; Jos. Casgrain, Montreal. ss ."..".: Anna Douglas, 
Victoria, $4:i 95; R. Ecd,-, Haliia\.S47 25; E. Findl.-v. Victoria, s7ild mi, 1, M Keating. 
Halifax. $21.85; J. H. Kenehan, Montreal. $29 26; M. Langiry, Victoria, $12 15; G. 
Macdonald, North Sydney, $20; ('. J. Mansfield, Vancouver, sir, 50; V. Provost, Sorel, 
$34 25; Elsa Stratholt, Victoria, $5 85; M. Uhwin, Victoria, $68 10. 1 ,;_>.; ,,, 

Fees and expenses of constables, witnesses, etc.. at investigations. '191 m 

Wreck returns at $2 each: W. W. Atwood, Shelburne, $2; H. C. Ulan. Toronto. $4; A. B. 
Coldwell, Lunenburg. $22; E. Gillespie, Parrsboro, $18; S Harding. Yarmouth. $22; 
J. S. Henderson, Parrsboro, $14; F. W. Meyer. Halifax, $40; Jas. O'Brien, Windsor, $6; 
J. R. Ruggles, Lockeport, $4 i:;_. qq 

Fees and expenses of interpreters: G. I. Emond, Quebec, $5; Lee Hughes, Montreal. $5; 
Acting Royal Norwegian Consul. $5; Rev. A. M. Osawa, Victoria. Soli. 10 

Pooley Luxton & Pooley, Victoria: legal expenses re stranding. S.S. "Shiatsu Maru" 

Robertson, G. E. L., agent, Victoria: rent of telephone, Capt. J. D. Macpherson- offic 
12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917. $4S; small outlay, $2.50 

Small accounts 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa. 

Detailed under Construction of Lights. 

5,038 OS 
I.e- — Refund of distress warrant and expenses j_>n qq 

4 ins lis 
Schools of Navigation— Ecoles de Navigation. 

Remuneration of Instructors, to Mar. 31, M)17 — 

Capt. P. L. Lachance. Quebec, $600; ( 'apt. R. ( '. I loles, St. John. $9110: Capt. John Sim- 
mons, Halifax. $960; Capt. N. Lachance. ijiiel.ee, $3117.74; Capt. Jas. Lumsdane, Char- 
lottetown, $225; ('apt. G. (.'. Coles, Collingwood, $250; Capt. J. E. Murphy, Yarmouth. 
$250; Capt. Jas. Sutherland, North Sydney, $251) 

Queen's University, Kingston, grant towards navigation classes. 

Small payments, $10.03; Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $149 15 . 



71 


10 




1111 


50 


50 


8 


30 



3,802 71 
500 Otl 
159 18 


4,461 


92 



0~24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1010-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Canadian Registration of Shipping— Enregistrement des navires canadiens. $ cts. 

Moore, W. R., Victoria, legal services re S.S. Seabird 25 00 

Watt, Geo., Chatham, N.B., travelling expenses 41 50 

Express charges: Canadian Express Co., $76; Dominion Express Co., $37.55 113 55 

Public Printing and Stationery Deptartment, Ottawa: printing forms, etc., $1,917.73; sta- 
tionery, $7.40 1, 925 13 



Removal of Obstructions from Navigable Waters. 
Enlevement d 'obstacles des rivieres navigables. 

Advertising in various newspapers 

Cann, Hugh & Son, Yarmouth, removal of sunken schooner from Barrington Passage 

Orr, John, Apple River, removal of wreck of schooner from near light station, Apple River. . 

Poland, H. E., St. John: services, diving, $75, assistants at S2 or $2.25 per d., $87.63; hire of 
gasoline boat, at $4 or $4.50 per d., $60; dynamite, 135 lb. at 30c, 8 cases at $17.25 ; 
exploders, 42 at 35c; bell wire and fuses, $6.01; rubber boots, 1 pr., $6; freight, express, 
and cartage, $35.55; travel and other expenses, $265.61 

Small accounts,' $44 . 10; detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $101.36 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa 



2,105 18 



195 32 
750 00 
50 00 



729 00 

145 46 

8 73 

1,878 51 



Winter Mail Service, Prince Edward Island. 
Service de la malle en hiver, lie du Prince-Edouard. 

Iceboat service, April 1-19, 1916 — 

Captains, at $95 per m.: Thos. Howatt, Cape Traverse, $60.16; Ed. McWilliams, Cape 

Traverse, $47.50 107 66 

Boathouse keepers, at $75 per m.: W. E. Howatt, Cape Traverse, $47.50; W. E. Oulton, 

Cape Tormentine, Mar. 28 to April 19, 1916, $57.18 104 68 

Telegraph operators, at $60 per m.: E. E. Crosby, Cape Traverse, $38; J. S. Trenholm, 

Cape Tormentine, Mar. 28 to April 19, 1916, $45.74 S3 74 

Coxswains, Cape Traverse, at $70 per in., $317.36; boatmen, at $65 per m., $1,473.21 1,790 57 

Dawson & Clark, Cape Traverse, transfer of mails, Mar. 2S to April 19, 1916, at $4 per team 

per d., 14 d. with 3 team, $168, 9 d. with 4 team, $144 312 00 

Strang & Trenholm, Cape Tormentine, transfer of mails, Mar. 28 to April 17, 1916, at $4 per 

team per d., 12 d. with 3 teams, $144, 9 d. with 4 teams, $144 288 00 

Campbell, Leslie, Cape Traverse, iceboats with fittings, 2 at $100 200 00 

Labour on iceboats, $15; cable messages, $9.50; expressage, etc., $4.05 28 55 

Detailed under: Canadian Government Railways, SS.07S 62; Maintenance of Lights, $6.18.. 8,084 80 



11,000 00 

Cattle Inspection— Inspection des bestiaui. 

Montreal — 

Inspectors, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: H. Delorme, $1,200; Jas. O'Grady, $1,050 2,250 00 

Rent of telephone, 12 m. to June 30, 1917 50 00 

Laundry, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1916, $12; expressage, $1.30 13 30 

Cleaning offices, to Dec. 15, 1916 : 58 90 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa 28 98 



,401 IS 



Wrecking Plants in Quebec, Maritime Provinces and Rritish Columbia. 

Outillage de sauvetage dans Quebec, les provinces Maritimes et la Colombie-- 

Rritanniyue. 

British Columbia Salvage Co., Victoria, subsidy, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 10,000 00 

Quebec Salvage and Wrecking Co., Levis, subsidy, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 25,000 00 

Stella Maris Steamship Co., Halifax subsidy, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2, 500 00 



Unforeseen Expenses— Defenses imprevues. - 

Baird, W. J., Vancouver, legal expenses re sale of SS. Mclmore 

Beland, T., agent, Quebec: transportation of body of H. R. Cook, wireless operator, Quebec 

to Georgetown 

Moisan, Hubert, Quebec, funeral expenses of H. R. Cook and I. Menard 

Smeathers, F. H., expenses of Australian members of parliament on trip through Thousand 

Islands 

Travelling expenses of Dominion Police sergeant P. Charron 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa .'.... 



37, 500 00 



32 50 

78 00 



24 00 
69 50 



MARINE AX D FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers. 
Salains des gardiens <lc phares. 



■ ■1 



Sui 



ary Son 



Barn 

i District 2l,so5 ■!■.< 

Montreal District 33,649 39 

', bee 71,619 55 

New Brunswick. 52,230 42 

N.na Se.,tia 125,101 58 

I'.u Kdward Island 10,437 77 

British Columbia . 66,032 05 



6 l 106 3 
Parry Sound D IS 83). 

Arthurs, J. N., inspector oflighthouses. 1,649 99 

Alexander, A.. Lamb Isd.. 705 00 

Allan, I., Little < torrent 42] 25 

Almos, B., Jackfish Bay ... 100 00 

Anderson, O., Battle tsd 405 on 

Anderson, Mrs. < , I '■■■. Ri el . 520 00 

Armstrong, J., Kaministika 38 1 

Arrison, K, Corgi's Isd 535 00 

on, R., Tomahawk tsd 286 25 

Baker, H. F., Clapperton Mills 405 00 

Ban! s, J. C, Port Arthur 545 00 

Barnes, I., Gravenhurst Narrows 205 00 

Baxter, W. J., Brebeuf 520 00 

Beatty, John, McNichol 30125 

Beauchamp, Mrs. J., Deep River ISO 00 

Belcher, R., Victoria Harbour 217 50 

Belvea, C. W., Kenora ... 650 00 

Bertram!, E., Coulonge Lake . . . ISO 00 

Birch, Win., Sulphur Isd 440 00 

Black, W.H., Kingsville.. 285 00 

Blondin, Jos., Peninsula Harbour 217 14 

Bom, a. Mrs. E. B., Bustard Rocks.., . 705 00 

Bottrell, 1).. Snug Harbour 327 50 

Boucha, W. H., Squaw tsd.. 316 25 

■Boucher, F., Aylmer Isd 260 00 

Bousquet, J., Porphyry Pt 1 . 180 00 

Bowie, T. W., Nottawasaga. . . 040 oo 

Boyd, W. S., Griffith Isd. ... 625 00 

Boyd, W. M., Kagawong . 120 00 

, \. B., Narrow Isd . 405 00 

Brady, P. W., Lion Head 96 25 

Brown, A., Red Rock . .... 955 00 

Brown, J., Southampton 65 00 

Brown, P. J., Hilton Wharf 80 00 

Brown, A. H., Southampton 6 29 

Buckler, J., Southampton. 1 16 "7 

Budd, R. .1., Hailevburv 82 38 

Burke, J. H., Killarney 461 25 

Burnside, J., Richards Landing. ...... 98 75 

Burnside, * >., Nottawasaga liner 50 00 

Butler, S. L., Port Dover 440 00 

i. II. J., Thames River 520 00 

tan, J. C., New Liskeard 286 25 

Chapman, Win., ( 'ape Croker 1 . 180 00 

Clark, A., Wilson Channel . 406 25 

Claus, Jas., Rondeau 002 90 

Coburn, A., Morris Isd . . . 217 50 
Columbus, C, Whiskey Isd. and l'ene- 

t anguishene 440 00 

Conover, F. H. C, Leamington 260 00 

Cook, S. B., Long Pt . ... . . 1,22161 

Cosgrave, Geo., Welcome Is.l 9S0 00 

Cowan, T. M., Stag Isd 260 00 

Cox, John, Allumette Isd 45 00 

Craig, Thus., Thunder Cape 1.117 50 

Cross, Capt. J., Silver Islet 18 

Davieaux, Chas., Michipicoten and 

Agate Isd 700 00 

Carried forward 24, 6S5 13 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers 
Salaires <les gardiens ile phares Suite 

In forward 

Parry Sound Disti it 

Dewar, < I., Martin Isd 75 00 

Dew, 4, .1. W, Hope Isd ,123 33 
Dixon, .1 i , Ro i hi 
Dixon, .!.(,. Jom I d 

Douglas, John, Parisian Isd.. I 

Down, r, W., Hope tsd 328 23 

Dutcher, S., Meaford 200 00 

Eddj Bros., Eddy's Wh i 60 oo 

Ellis, T. Iv, Pi 401 25 
Ernes, M., Box Isd 
Fail-all, Win., Shaganash 

, d, ' i. T., < lull Harboui 345 00 
Fleming, Wm., Bruce Mines 

i lett, I ha-., Bishop's Bay -'17 50 

Floyd, James, South River 240 00 

Fortier, V., Livingstone Channel 135 12 

I Hunt, \Y. A., \ll -I--HL-1 -"■: 'HI I 

Grant, Mrs. J., Port Maitland 521 90 

< ireer, E. \., Jones Isd 114 40 

Griffith, A. II., Giant's L'omb 389 92 

Hackett, < !. R., Bois Blanc 600 00 

Hi n. ii. Pt. au Baril 440 00 

Harvey, Mrs. Iv. Thessalon 165 00 

Harvej , Su an, McKaj Isd 47 49 

1 1' i John, Sheguiandah . 177 50 

Hicks, Jas., Stribbling Pt 316 25 

Howell,.!. A., Selkirk 300 00 
Hughes, W., Red River 

Irwin, Capt. I : ., I'm I lolborne 1,030 00 

m, ii. W., Caribou Isd 1,725 00 

Kelly, C. J., Supple Pt l«0 00 

Kelly, W. II., Livingston Channel 201 25 

Knap,,.. I. B... I'.,! I -hi 678 75 

Knauff, I,., Pt. Edward 260 00 

Kilroy, Wm., Arnprior Isd 260 00 

Lamondin, I,., Gereaux Isd .... 545 00 

LeBlanc, J. B., Lower Narrows 180 00 

Leslie, J. A.. Cove Isd ... 1,0 

Lewis, Robert, Gore Bay. 740 25 

Looseinan. H. A.. Lonely Isd 740 86 

Lowe, R., Thornbury 140 00 

Lowry, R. M., Port Elgin. 220 00 

Mi- \ 1 1 1 .- 1 -■. , \., Saugeen 220 00 

McClinchy, Wm., Midland. . 200 On 

Mil lu-hi-v,.!. L., Shoal Isd... 405 00 

Mel 'oil. C. L., Fort William... 120 00 

Mil ' ild, II., Warren Landing.. 520 00 

Mi I i. maid, S., Mitchell's Bay. 180 00 

M.-Donalil, L. D., M1--1--1-.-1 II 00 1 

McDonald, B ., Goderich 380 00 

Mi-i lauley, W. II., Blind River . 6 

Mclver, M., Chantry Isd ... 

Mclver. .!., Stokes Bav.. 421 25 

McKay, E., Battle Isd... 690 00 

MiK.iv. John, I.val Isd .. 680 on 

M.-Kenzie, V '., Strawberry Isd 465 00 

McKinnon, A., Pte aux Pins 520 00 

McLean, P., Sand Pt 100 00 

McLeod, Mrs. E., McQuestion Pt . ISO 00 
McMenemy, Ii., Port, Caldwell 

I d 850 OH 
MeXeish,.Ias., McKay Isd . 

Madden,.!., Burl Colin. rue 380 00 
Malli,tt, F., Colchester Reef 

Manders, J. T., Allumette Lake ISO 00 

Mans W. A., Pelee Isd . 030 25 

Marchildon, T., Christian Isd 

Marrow, J. J., Manitowaning 217 50 



Carried forward . 



51,961 1" 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. $ cts. 
Salaires des gardlens de phares— Suitp. 

Brought forward 51 , 961 13 

Parry Sound District — Con. 

Martin, Mrs. E., Boyd Isd 330 00 

Martindale, L., Cabot Head 1,217 50 

Mason, Mrs. C. E„ Long Pt fiOO 00 

Matheson, D., Black Bear Isd 405 00 

Matheson, N., Cape Robert 440 00 

Miron, Chas., Gargantua 732 50 

Morriseau, J., Ferris Isd 320 00 

Nicholson, R., Ceeebe Lake 316 25 

Nicholl, F., Peninsula Harbour 446 90 

O'O ihnor, P., Rainy River 380 00 

Oliver, J. L., Port Stanley 650 00 

Ouellette, J., Pelee Isd 560 00 

Ouellette, A., Buckham's Pt 2.5(1 00 

Paulson, J., Victoria Beach 50 00 

Penfold, .1. <:.. Victoria Isd 500 00 

Pettvpiece, S., Limekiln Crossing.. 3S8 63 

Proulx, O., Badgely Isd 436 25 

Rains, W. W., Rains Wharf 140 00 

Rains, A. M.. Sailors' Encampment.. 180 00 

Ray, G. H., Pt. Clark 560 00 

Reid, W. 1).. Michipicoteh Harbour. . 356 25 

Riel, W„ Corbay Pt 412 50 

Ritchie, J. A., South Bay Mouth 220 00 

Robertson, A., Owen Sound 245 00 

Robinson, ('apt. W., Goderich ........ 650 00 

Roussain, F. E., ( upper Mine Pt 220 00 

Samundson, K.. Gimli 98 75 

Scott, W. J., Corunna 220 00 

Shackleton, E., Wiarton.. . . . 92 50 

Sherlock, Wm., Michipieoten Isd 817 50 

Simpson, Geo., Pelee Isd 335 00 

Smith, J. H., Tobermory 341 25 

Smith 1- tt stem Islands . 1, ISO 00 

Smith. X. R.. Great Duck Isd 1,167 50 

Smithers, R. O., Mohawk Isd 600 00 

Spears, W. J., Flowerpot Isd 973 75 

Splatt, F. E., Port Maitland 102 90 

Stewart, J., Hope Isd 625 00 

Sullivan. S.. Bask ins Wharf 220 00 

Sutherland. J., Port Burwell 660 27 

Sutherland. A. B., Slate Isd 680 00 

Sutherland, M. Slate Isd 500 00 

Temple, W. G., Kincardine 575 00 

Thibault, J., West Sister Rock 545 00 

lli. mips,, n. Rev. C, Rondeau 50 00 

Tove, T.. Winnipegosis 331 25 

Vernon. J.. Pie Island 405 00 

White. J., South East Bay 123 75 

Wilde. .1., Collingwood 545 00 

Willis, P. Chenal Ecarte ISO 00 

Williams. T., Midland Pt 312 50 

Wilson, W. K., Middle Isd 480 00 

Wilson. R., Campbell Isd 260 00 

Prescotl District («2 1,895. 99). 

Acton, J. A., Burnt Island 221 66 

Acton, E. B., Burnt Island 83 74 

Allen. R. .!., Niagara 260 III) 

Allison, William, Onderdonk Pt 177 50 

Benn, Murray, Telegraph Isd 308 75 

Bongard, Fred, Main Duck Isd 1,017 50 

Boyd, R. P., Cole Shoal 380 00 

Canadian Northern Rv. Co., Deseronto 116 67 

Card, W. W„ Knapp's Pt 282 5(1 

Carson, S. C, Pt. Pleasant 421 25 

Cornwall. F. T., Presque He 380 (III 

Cunningham, B. Y., Scotch Bonnet — 540 00 

( arried forward 79, 629 40 



Salaries of Lightkeepers — Con. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares — Suite 



Brought forward 

Prescott District — ( 'on. 

Davis, J. H., Pidgeon Isd 

Daoust, D., McKie Pt 

Farrington, T. A., Pt. Peter 

Felan, M.. Oakville 

Gillespie. Win., Wolfe Isd 

Glover, Thomas, Jackstraw Shoal 

Goldring, R., Whitby 

Greenwood, A., Hog Island 

Houston, Geo., Port Dalhousie 

Hudgins, J. W., False Dueks 

Hudgins, W., South Bay Pt 

Jeffrey, ('.. Nigger Isd 

Locke, J. E., Cole Shoal 

Lundy, Thos., Burlington Beach 

McColl, Wm., Presque He 

McHenry, J. A., Trenton 

McKelvie, Geo., Toronto East Pier — 

McKillop, D., St. Anicet 

McMillan, J. W.. Niagara 

Mathews, B., Gibraltar Pt 

Meggs, A., Red Horse Rocks — 

Miller, John. Port Credit 

Munroe, J. J., Lancaster 

Murray, Win., Barriefield Common — 

Nichols, S., Peter Rock 

Osborne, Chas., Bronte 

Port Darlington Harbour Commission, 

Port Darlington 

Rooney, D., Cobourg 

Root, D., Grenadier Isd 

Routh, H., Cobourg 

Shannon, W.. Knight Pt 

Simpson, H. V., Brighton 

Smith, H. J., Belleville 

Sudds, C. V., Snake Isd 

Ti-von, A.. Centre Brothers 

Ve'ech, S. P., Nine Mile Pt 

Walker, Wm., Portsmouth 

Wallace, J. G., Lindoe Isd 

Ward, F., Toronto Western Entrance. . 

Montreal District ($33,849.39). 

Weir, J. D., inspector of lighthouses.. . . 

Arbour, O., Pte. du Lac 

Arcand, Thos., Cap Madeleine 

Arneault, Ph. St.. Batiscan 

Arpin, Jos., Contrecoeur 

Auclair, H., Beloeil Bridge 

Auger, J., Islet Richelieu 

Beauchamp, M., Way Channel, Besse- 

rer's Crossing 

Beauchemin, O., He a l'Aigle 

Beaudet, C, Platon 

Beaudet, Mrs. L., Lotbiniere 

Beaudoin, A., Bouchard 

Bedard, F„ Cap Charles 

Beland, J* H., Lake St. Peter 

Bergeron, N., lies aux Sables 

Bertrand, A.. Graham 

Bourgeois, A., St. Dennis Float 

Bradley. Wm.. Cascades 

Brisebois, S., Ste. Anne de Bellevue 

Locks ■ 

Campbell,.!., McTavish Pt 

Chabot, Jos., Papineauville 

Chagnon, F., Church Pt 

Chagnon, R., Vercheres Traverse 

Champagne. P., Chambly Canton:. . . . 



705 00 
260 00 
961 25 
260 00 
320 00 
410 00 
220 00 
13S 75 
780 00 

1,057 75 
316 25 
320 00 
113 67 
780 00 
600 00 
217 50 

1 . 180 00 
4115 Oil 
600 00 
432 50 
436 25 
260 00 
545 00 
260 00 
855 00 
285 00 

100 00 
120 00 
320 00 
400 00 
550 00 
520 00 
316 25 
345 00 
271 25 
9S0 00 
227 50 
380 00 
457 50 



327 50 
177 50 
137 ."in 
140 00 
92 50 
220 00 

260 00 
103 75 
220 00 
140 00 
197 50 
122 50 
331 25 
253 33 
100 00 
132 50 
125 81 

55 80 
ISO 00 
ISO 00 

56 21 
122 50 
162 10 



( larried forward 102. 928 27 



MARINE \\l> FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Salaries of Light keepers < 'on. 
Salaires des gardlens de phares Suite 

Broughl forward 

Montreal District t on. 

I 'harbonneau, P., Vereheres Traverse. 
Charland, II.. [le Ronde: salar; - 

o\ erpaid $25 in March quarter 
Charlebois, .1 . Jones U.I 
i h iput, Jos., He Dumilieu and Bei 

thier 
Chartier, Mrs A . ( hamplain 
i hico\ ne, \ tie Bouchard 
Claude, B., Dorval and Pt. ( 'laire 
( 'ollette, \ , Batture Si Vntoini 
( Corbeil, II.. ( church Pi 

< ..in n. \ er, J. is., * rallia Bay 

< Cournoyer, J., St. ' lurs 
Daigle, N„ Barre-a-Boulard 

I laigneault . .1. E., I laigneault 

neault, P., [le du Pads 
I i;.\ id, \ . Tetreaull ville 
Davison, Wra., Grenville 



Del 



in. 1. Cap Madeleine 



,-illr. ( , ,. ap Madeleine 
Descheneaux, P., River St Francis 
I li smarais, A . lie Deslaurier 
De Senneville, J . « 'hamblj Basin 

Draffin, E. S., Ash and HI I\ [sd 

Dubreuil, H., St. Placide 

Duchar V., St. Mare Poinl 

Duquette, Chas., Si Ann de Sorel 
I lupuis, II .. St Sulpice Traverse 
Dupuy. J., Contrecoeur Vereheres 
Duroeher, A . II.- St.- Therese 
Duval, B., Batiscan 
Filteau, E., St,-. Emelie 
II. in y, i chas . Gall ia Bay 
Forest, P. I).. Three Rivers 
Fortin, i. II.- St. i lurs Traverse 
Gaudet, J B . S( Emelie 
I laudi • te, \ , lie St. < lurs Traverse.. 
Ger\ f ais, 1 , Contreci teur Village 
( lervais, .1 B., ( Contrecoeui 
i liguere, .1 B., Mousseau 
( lingras, < I., Becancour 
Giroux, J., Argenteuil Bay 
Gobeille, 0., Contrecoeur 
Gosselin, I 'ontrecoeur Village 
Guyon, J., Vercheres Villagi 
Ham. lin. I-'., Grondine Pt 
Hamelin, T., Oka Wharf 
II.-I..-I t . \Y . Varennes 
Hebert, X . Hebei I I'- 
ll. -I.. it . M .. ( 'ap Madeleine 
Heroux, E., Nicole! 
Heroux, I) , Nicolel 
Hutehin, nil. Georgeville . 
J... I. .in. J. H.. lie Ronde 

Julien, F... Melochville 

Jussaume, II , Petite Traverse 
Kerr. I... < 'hute a Blondeau 
Laberge, A., Green Shoal 
I abrosse, A.. Pt. aus Anglais 
Lachapelle, J. (>.. He le Bel 
Lacroix, Alph., ( ika 
Lajeunesse, D., Chambly Basin 
Langlois, C. E., Langlois Pt 
Langlois, Arthur, lie a L'Aigle 

Laperle, A., Laperle Traverse 

Lapointe, I >.. Champlain 

Carried forward 



227 "id 
137 •".(! 
imi mi 
400 00 
120 00 
:,ii 00 
116 IS 
:,l 39 
320 00 
103 75 
372 50 
220 00 
260 00 

52 62 



118 75 
47 06 
263 75 
255 00 

lis 75 

96 22 
157 ."ill 
212 50 
165 00 
215 00 
140 00 
316 25 
182 50 
217 50 
140 00 
180 on 

60 63 
217 50 
286 25 
260 00 
137 50 
177 .ill 

60 62 
140 00 
177 .ill 

07 .ill 
118 75 
12 

140 00 
180 00 
320 00 

93 7.". 
361 25 
271 25 
177 50 
255 mi 
260 00 
312 50 
2.".7 -in 
137 50 

141 50 
ISO 00 

57 36 
117 50 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers ( 
Salaires des gardlens de pharos 

Brought forward 

Montreal District ■( ontinued. 



Laport. > li- Bouchard 
Lariviere, A., St. ' Inge Travi 
Latraverse, N . Ste V.nne de Sorel. 
Lavallee, J., [le di Barques 
Lavallee, I. . [le dc Gi ice 
Lavigne, Ernest, Petite Travel 
Lavigne, N . I Contrecoeur 
Lavigne, E., * Iraham 
Lav. lie, M rs. II., Pointe au I heni 
LeBlanc, \., Dixie 
Leboeuf, I. , Gentilly 
Leduc, I).. Hi- Perrol 
Lefebvre, Jos . Lake St Petei 
1.' Heureux, I. , Pointe < 'it rouille 
Lemay, O., Barn- a Boulard 
Lizotte, A.. I)i\i.- 
Lizotte, Arthur, Lachine 
Loranger, L., Cap Charles 

I B 1 1. I leslaurier 
Mailh.it. 1).. Gentilly . 
Mailly, J. St. Pierre les Bei quets 
Mil- pin , I-;., lie a 1'Aigle. 
Mallette, I > . Rigaud River 
Mali ., Jos , [le Ste Therese 
Marchand, C, I -hamplain 
Marcotte, I'.. Marcotte '1 raverse 
Martin. -au. .1. I >., I.avaltrie 
Martin, A.. Valentine 
Massie, K . I 'i\i<- 
Mathieu, P., St. Roach. 
Menard, E., St. Jean Pier 
Menard, I )., Pointe a la Mule 
Messier, A.. St. ( 'harles Pt 
Millette, Z . St. Ours Locks 
Molson, Miss E. ('... Molson's Island 
Montplaisir, 1.) , I lap Madi leine 
Morand, Man-. Lotbiniere 
M.irin. P., < Cardinal Tm\ 
Paquetti . Ulrie, Hochelaga 
Paquin, S.. Pointe du Lac 
Paquin, A., Lake Si . Peter 
Paradis, Mrs. X.. Portneuf 
Para, J., Petite lie ( Course 
Patterson. J.. Wtnllcigh Point . 
Payette, A, St. Sulpice Traverse 

Payette, Ainu'-, Repentigny 

Peltier, li.. St. Sulpice. . . . 
Pepin. Chas., Chambly ('anion 
Perusse, II .. ( Cap * Charles 
Peter,. I) E., Witch Rock 
Phaneuf, ( >., Windmill Point 
Piche, P., Contrecoeur Traverse 



St.-. Anne .le Bellevue 

I.. 



Pilon, E. 

Phi 

Plouffe, .' . St Sulpice i . iurse. 

Poiriei . 5 Pointe a < 'adieux 

Poitras, .1 . I!.- Ste. Theri 
Proulx, C, Caron's Point. 
Proulx, F., Port St. Francis. 
Proulx. V.. Way Shoal Traverse 
Razotte, M ., Ste. Anne de Sorel.. 
Raquier, B., Bruno, [le de Grace 
Richelieu and Ontario Navigation C 

Sorel Harbour. 
Rivard, H., Grom lines Point 
Rivard \ ' In mdines 
Rivard, O., < Irondines 
Rivet, L. L., Repentigny 

< Carried forward . 



•220 00 
120 00 



inn mi 

312 .in 
no on 
380 00 



12 ss 

266 67 
175 00 

217 .ill 



112 oil 
145 on 

220 00 

221 

177 .in 
120 00 
540 no 
220 00 
284 7:: 
112 50 
2211 on 
257 in 
120 00 
54 36 
140 00 
137 50 
133 75 
120 oo 
260 00 
180 00 
353 7". 
320 00 
117 50 
100 00 
12S 75 
135 00 



50 



4 90 
122 50 

260 00 
118 75 

177 50 
2H7 50 
220 00 
128 75 

20 .i nn 
88 75 
376 25 
136 25 
138 75 

.si 00 
376 25 
252 .in 



AVDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 198 



Salaries of Lightkeepers — Con. $ cts 
Salaires des gardiens de phares — Suite. 

Brought forward 127, 973 19 

Montreal District— Continued. 

Rocheleau, T., Cap Madeleine Village.. 137 50 

Roy, C, Bcllerive Park 260 00 

St. Pierre, A., Vercheres Village 107 50 

Salvail, P., He du Moine 217 50 

Sal vail, J., He du Moine 145 00 

Savage, J., Chambly Canton 15 89 

Seguin, A., Crab Island 250 00 

Seguin, S„ L'Orignal 187 50 

Shuttleworth, H., Black Point 85 00 

Thouin, E., He LeBel 257 50 

Tourigny, A., Becancour ISO 00 

Trudeau, A., He Crosbois 123 75 

Valiquette, A., Long Point 220 00 

Verville, L., He au Raisin 376 25 

Vezina, Mrs. Jos., Champlain 128 63 

Wheeler, W., Lead Mines 100 00 

Whitman, W. G., Lacolle 220 00 

Quebec {$71,619.55). 

Kaine, B. J., inspector of lighthouses. . 1,862 43 

Ahier, J., Anse aux Gascon 116 25 

Arsenault, F., Bonaventure River 93 75 

Arsenault, N., Etang du Nord 545 00 

Arsenault, B., Little Bonaventure 92 50 

Arsenault, A. H., Pte. Basse wharf 125 00 

Arsenault, O., St. Charles de Caplan... 87 50 

Aseah., H. L.. Fame Point 1.3S0 00 

Ascah, J. N., Sandy Beach Point 625 00 

Asselin, A., St. Pierre 120 00 

Audet, C, Cap aux Oies 375 00 

Banville, J., Matane 440 00 

Beaudoin, D., Ferolle Point 1,142 50 

Beaulieu, N., Trois Pistoles 123 75 

Beck, A., Cap d'Espoir 3S0 00 

Bergeron, L., Cape Dogs 980 00 

Bertrand, J., Maquereau Point 431 25 

Bilodeau, J., Belleehasse 520 00 

Bisson, W., Grand River 245 00 

Boucher, C., Escoumains wharf 100 00 

Bouchard, J. D., Cape Salmon S06 66 

Bouchard, L., Cape Salmon 81 66 

Boudreau, W., Thunder River 6 25 

Boudreault, J. F., Eskimo Point ISO 00 

Boudreault, C, He au Marteau 3S0 00 

Boulianne, J. E., Pte. Noir de Sague- 

nay 545 00 

Bourdage, O., Bonaventure Point 301 25 

Bourget, F., Perce 345 00 

Bourget, C, Cap d'Espoir 600 00 

Boulet, H., Griffin Cove ISO 00 

Bourque, E.. Bird Rocks 1.062 50 

Boutin, Dan, Grand River Wharf 123 75 

Breton, N., Rich Pt 6S0 00 

Briere, Rev. J. M., Bersimis 117 50 

Cahill, J., Father Pt 1,440 00 

Campbell, A. W., Cape Norman 1,310 00 

Caron, E., Little Metis 600 00 

Carter, K. J., Janvrin and Paddy Shoals 220 00 

Cauchon, J., Carleton Wharf 92 50 

Charbonneau, E., Flat Isd 420 97 

Charron, J., He Verte 140 00 

Chenard, J., Chat River 140 00 

Chevrier, P., Brion Isd 600 00 

Chisholm, J., New Carlisle 100 00 

Chouinard, E., Egg Isd 6S0 00 

Cimon, P., Cap au Corbeau 117 50 

Clarke, F. W., Clarke City 96 25 

Carried forward 152, 736 93 



Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. $ cts. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares— Suite. 

Brought forward 152, 736 93 

Quebec — Con. 

Comeau, N. A., Godbout 140 00 

Cormier, Chas., Amherst Isd 520 00 

Cote, L., Cape Chat 880 00 

Cote, N., Greenly Isd 1,440 00 

Cotton, G., St. Peter 344 28 

Coulombe, T., St. Laurent 380 00 

Croteau, T., St. Croix 120 00 

Cullins, G. F., Entry Isd 3S0 00 

David, A., Newport Pt 245 00 

Deblois, J., Ste. Anne de Beaupre 117 50 

Demers, G., Pointe a Basile 220 00 

Demers, J., St. Antoine 180 00 

Desjardins, J. B., Grande He, Kamour- 

aska 600 00 

Desmeules, H., Seven Islands 1,180 00 

Des Rosby, L., River St. Jean 83 75 

Douville, E., Pte. a Basile 220 00 

Doyon, F., Ange Gardien 118 75 

Dufresne, W., Great Fox River 147 50 

Dugas, D., Ste. Anne de Monts Wharf. 96 25 

Duguay, E. J., Thunder River 160 34 

Duguay, S., Ste. Adelaide de Pabos. . . 98 75 

Duperre, J., Poste St. Martin 113 75 

Dupuis, A., Magpie Bay ISO 00 

Emond, Alfred, St. Francois 132 50 

Emond, O., St. Francois Wharf 96 25 

Emond, X., Domaine 120 00 

Fafard, V., Pointe des Monts ,. . . 880 00 

Ferguson, P. J., Anse au Beau-fils 123 75 

Ferland, N., Ste Petronille 320 00 

Filion, F., Cap Brule 600 00 

Fleury, J., Mistook Wharf 177 50 

Fontaine, E., Cape Bauld 1,440 00 

Fournier, A., Grand Valley 180 00 

Fournier, Alfred, Upper Traverse 921 25 

Francoeur, J., Chlorydorme 162 50 

Francoeur, E., Algernon Rock and 

Stone Pillars 880 00 

Fraser, P. T., Red Islet 7S0 00 

Frasse, B. C, Peribonka 138 75 

Gagnon, N., Domaine F 118 75 

Gaudreault, Wm„ jr., He aux Belier. . . 147 50 

Gaudreault, A., Peribonka 227 50 

Gauvin, L., Pte. aux Trembles 200 00 

Gingras, A., Anse a l'Eau 100 00 

Girard, J., Barachois de Malbaie 143 75 

Godbout, H., St. Omer 95 00 

Harper, Thomas, Oak Pt 180 00 

Harvev, A., Chicoutimi 100 00 

Henley, F., Ste. Anne de Monts 180 00 

Heppell, Capt. E., Bisquette Isd 1,117 50 

Hubert, C, Heath Pt 9S0 00 

Joseph, Jos., St. Godfrey 123 75 

Laberge, Geo., Riviere du Moulin 112 50 

Landry, C, Little Natashquan 155 00 

Landry, D., Little Natashquan 320 00 

Landrv, W., Natashquan 470 00 

Laprise, E., Bagot Bluff 1,180 00 

Lavallee, J., Flower Isd 7S0 00 

Laverdiere, A., St. Jean 376 25 

Lavoie, M., River Valin 90 00 

Lavoie, G., River Valin 90 00 

Lavoie, U., Rimouski 125 00 

Lavoie, V., Hospital Rock 3S0 00 

Lavoie, E., Anse St. Jean 83 75 

Lebel, A., Isles de Mai 205 00 

LeBlanc, L., Carleton '. . . . 446 25 

Leclerc, Arthur, Brandy Pots 555 00 

Carried forward 176,737 80 



MARINE VXD FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



0—29 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers Con. - cts 
Salalres des gardiens de pbares Suite. 

■ torn ird 176,737 80 

< !on. 

I emelin, F. X.. St. Francois 138 75 

Lemieux, J., Mont Louis. L80 00 

l.rlmeu\, J i Point 880 00 

Levesquc, I ' . I 'erce W harf 98 75 

Levi que, C Pointe aux Orignaux 469 75 

L'ltalien, J., Riviere a la Martre 1,180 00 

Lindsay, R. W ., ( Ireen Island 880 no 

Loisel, John, Paspebiac 345 00 
Loubert, 1 ■'., Maria \\ harl 

Mclnnes, M., Porl Daniel 136 25 

nzie, I., Porl Daniel West 

McKinnon, A.. Flat Isd .. 185 00 

McRai . W., GTand Pabos Wharf .... 98 7.". 

Madore, 1 I; h [< i i du Loup . 115 00 

Malouin, L., Anticosti W Poinl 973 75 
Maltais, A.. Grosse Roche 

Morin, 11., Long Pilgrim 600 00 

Morin, A., Rivii 1 10 00 

Nicole. E., St. Thomasde Montmagny 141 

Noel, I.., St. Alphonse.. 69 86 

Osborne, F., St. Mary Isd ,. . . 635 00 

Otis, A., Ste. Felieite. ... 755 00 

Ste. Famille 120 00 

Pare, G., St. Anne de Beaupre 117 50 

Fairy. A., ( lape Anguille 1,44 

Pedneault, E., lie aux Coudrea . '.is 7.". 

Petel, F., Bersimis. 37 50 

Petitpas, A., Grindstone Wharf 93 75 

Petitpas, V., Seven Island Wharf 88 7.". 

Poitras, P., Portneuf en ba 180 00 

Poulin, A., Ste. Famille 14(1 00 

Quebec Harbour Commi-- i mebei 60 00 

Racette, Widow I)., Si Croij 120 00 

. Raussx, W., River St. Jean .. 83 75 

Rennie, E. H., Cape Ray 1,440 00 

Roberge, J., St. Pierre. . 120 00 

Robertson. ,1. W., New Richmond.... 90 no 

Roberval Electric Co., Roberval 100 00 

Rousseau. H., St. Antoine 121 25 

St. Croix, W. A., Pt. Peter 157 25 

St. Louis, A., St. Peter 320 00 

Saguenav Lumber Co., Escoumains 

Wharf 150 00 

Sasseville, J. F. , Cape Magdali i 980 00 

Savage, J., Amherst Wharf 113 75 

Savard, 1'., Matane ..... 122 50 

Savard, J., River < !aribou 120 00 

:. V., River < Jaribou 103 75 

Sergerie, G ., Cape East 220 00 

Simard, T., Simard ... 113 75 

Simard, H., Simard 120 00 

Smith, J., ( lape < iaspe 880 00 

Tessier, A., Pt. Bleue 100 00 

Theriault, P. E., Cap des Rosiers. ... 1,017 50 

Thomas, P., Belle Isle 1,900 00 

Thurbide, A.. Grand Entry Harbour 180 00 

Tremblay, C. E., ( !ap au I lorbeau.. . . 320 00 

Tremblay, E., Grande Bergeronnes, ... 147 50 

Tremblay, H., Les Eboulements 90 00 

Tremblay. Edm., Portneuf en bas. 520 00 
Tremblay, Albert, Price Monument . 

Tremblay, X., Price Monument 7:: 7.". 

Tremblay, E., St. Alphonse 12 60 

Tremblay, Elie, St. Simeon 122 50 

Tremblay, A., Poste St. Martin 116 25 

Tremblay, G., Riviere du Moulin 120 00 

Turber, W. A., St. Croix 260 00 

Verreault, G. E., Mechins Wharf 6S 75 

Carried forward.... r 



Salaries of Lightkeepers 
Salalres des gardiens de phares 

Vezina, D., ( Iranc I d 

dien 1 Is 75 

. . il . Pi i ■■ i I I 675 00 
\\ yatt, 'I '-. " 'Ur Pi 

Wyatt, W.J .. B ! »rth End. . i 

Kelly, .lolin, inspector of lighthouses. . . 2. 100 00 

. i M . M ; quash Isd.. iso 00 

Ulain, Jo , Hay Isd 261 

M irtin Head 402 50 

Arseneau, Mrs. Denise, J lalhousie.. .. Iso 00 

l , Grandique, ". iai i 

Barbour, J G., ( ipi Enrage 

Barnes, W., Harm- Pt. ISO 00 

Basque. F. D., Tracadie. 380 00 

Bates, I! I Loni Pt., Bell '■ 137 50 

Belding, X. ( '■> -mr 271 25 

Belliveau, A. P., I ort Folly 345 00 

Belmore, F., Dippci Harbour.... 

Bent, A. J. P., Cape Jourmain.. . . 440 00 

Blakeley, J. H., Harper's I't 

Bowie, John, Oak Pt... 180 00 

Bradshaw, L. B., Quaco. 245 00 

Bradshaw, Mrs. M. Quaco 81 67 

Bradshaw , H., Quaco 193 27 

Brennan, Sadie, ' iromocto Shoals 

Brennan, C. S., Hardwicke Wharf (i2 50 

Bridges, \. B„ Bridges Pt. ... I [I 

Brown, < 'harl'-- ' ' : ■ 490 00 

Brown, ('., Head Harbour... 193 66 

Prune, C. R., Goose Lake 

M. C, Chockfish... 93 75 

Calhoun, W., Quaco Breakwater ... 205 00 

Chaisson, J. O., Caraquet. . lis 77. 

Clarke, G. 11.. Negrotown Pt.. 540 Oil 

Collins, J. E.. Cape Spei r.. . S64 00 

Conley, A., Leonardville 242 50 

Connelv. Mrs. E., Great Salmon River 39 07 
Cooper, I., Pt. Wolfe .100 00 

Cormier, Win. M .. Poquesudie.. 341 25 

• oi tier, J. P., Buctouche liar. . 19 5"> 
Craig, D. IE, Chamcook.. 

Currie, F. E., Bayswater 155 00 

Daggett, M. L., Big Duck Isd. 20125 

Daggett, D. C, M.i.-hia- Seal Isd.... 1 

Daigle, D. L., Pt. Sapin 177 no 

Daigle. Alexander, Durham Wharf 102 50 

Hal.- . \Y.. Stonehaven . 165 00 

Da-\ idson, W. A., < lr ant'- Beach 

Davis, O.E.,BeUeisleor Hatfield's Ld. 135 00 

Day, J. B., Partridge, Isd 1,380 00 

Dave, Mrs. W., Belyea's Pt 140 00 

Dean, C. W., Robertson's Pt . 138 75 

De Grace, J., Indian Pt 

I'., Shippigan. 

Dines, S., Letite 780 00 

Doucett, J. F., Marcelle Pt. 103 11 

Edgett, S. R., Outhouse l't HI 27 

Egan, E. H„ Belloni Pt 

Eldridge, J. M., Bea^ er 1 1 

Eldridge, G. D., Pea Pt... 401 25 

Fletcher, J., Alma Wharf. 

Flewelling, Mrs. M., Flewi 

Wharf. . 140 00 
Foster, T. P., South-Wi I I 

Carried forward 221,645 61 



O— 30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares— Suite. 

Brought forward 

New Brunswick — Con. 

Foulem, A., Caraquet 

Foulem, H., Caraquet Wharf 


$ cts. 
221,645 Bl 

25 47 
44 17 
227 50 
67 50 
140 00 
260 00 
960 00 
680 00 
375 00 
127 50 
138 75 
331 25 
245 00 
260 00 
220 00 
140 00 
220 00 
140 00 
405 00 

132 50 
200 00 
140 00 

67 50 
290 84 
903 75 
140 00 
625 00 
.861 25 
160 00 
140 00 
140 00 
237 50 
113 75 
320 00 
ISO 00 
680 00 
245 00 
197 50 
140 00 

133 75 
130 00 
180 00 
120 00 
5S0 00 

90 00 
30 00 
140 00 
570 00 

172 50 

898 33 
1,180 00 
625 00 
320 00 
140 00 
260 00 

450 00 
257 50 
260 00 
220 00 
140 00 
220 00 
320 00 
205 00 
380 00 
405 00 


Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares— Suite. 

Brought forward . 

New Brunswick — Con. 

Mullin, Wm. L., Goodfellow Bar. . 

Murrav. M., Middle Island 

Palmer, B. R., Palmer's Pt 

Parker, A., Mulholland's Pt 


S cts. 
240,904 42 

195 00 
320 00 
140 00 


Fownes, G. M., Hopewell Cape 


260 00 
973 75 


Frankland, L., Gull Cove 

Frauley, Frank, Pt. Lepreaux 

Galbraith, J. S., East Head Musquash 


Pendleburv, Miss E., St. Andrews 

Pendlebury, Mary A., St. Andrews. . . . 

Richard, P. F., Richbucto 

Richard, C. P., Richibueto Bar 

Robertson, J. A. D., Heron Isd 

Robichau, H. B., Buctouche Beacon. . 

Robertv, J. A., Little Belledune 

Rolfe, Wm., Herring Cove 

Rooney, T., Passamoquoddv Bay 


345 12 
67 50 
244 11 
220 00 


Gallant, J. L., Shediae 


320 00 
257 50 


Gauvin, P., Mizonette 

Godin, Wra., South Tracadie 

Gogain, Henrv, Kouchibouguac 

Gognen, D., Cocagne. 

Gould, Frank, Pte. Brule 

Hannah, Mrs. B. G., Spruce Pt 
Harts, Thomas, Pt. Duehene 


380 00 
316 25 
320 00 
260 00 
380 00 
62 50 
545 00 
323 75 


Hazcn, B., Shamper's Wharf 

Henderson, Arthur, Midjik Bluff 

Henrv, G. H., Shippigan 

Hilyard, Mrs. J., Head Harbour. .. . 


Royal Kennebecasis Yatch Club, 

Millidgeville 

Seeley, W., Great Salmon River 

Sharp, Wm., M., Jemseg 

Sheldrick, W. T., Clifton Wharf 


60 00 
48 82 

136 25 
63 75 
138 75 


Kennedy, W. C, Fenjov's Pt 


Snider, W. M., Pt. Lepreau 


480 00 
980 00 




Stanley, C. S., Big Duck Island 

Steeves, Warren, Outhouse Pt 

Steeves, A. T., Outhouse Pt 

Stevers, W., Bathurst 

Sutherland, G. C, Bathurst 

Thompson, A. G., Dipper Harbour. . . . 


5S5 00 




21 94 


Lamb, S. T., Perry, Pt 

Lamb, Whitney, Reid's Pt 


10 00 
55 4S 

249 SSI 


Lanteigne, P. A., Caraquet Lower 


172 90 
980 00 


Laplante, J. D., Petit Rocher 

Lockhart, Edwin, Peck's Pt 

Looney, T. E., Green Head 


62 50 
140 00 
217 50 
967 50 


McBaine, A., Cox's Pt 

McCloskey, J. F., Sand Pt 


Williston, S., Fox Island 

Wilmot, Henrv, Wilmot's Bluff 

Wilson A. G. Gannet Rock 


98 75 
380 00 


McColgan, Samuel, McColgan's Pt 

McConnell, Robt., jr., Little Shippegan 
McCutcheon, B. F., Grey's Landing . . 
McDowell, H. E., Grand Harbour 

McFarlane, Mrs. A., McFarlane Pt 

Mcintosh, Edward, Neguac 

McKee, Charles, Cape Spencer.. 

McLean, Peter, Railway Wharf, Mof- 

McLean, Capt. R., Lightship Mirami- 

chi 

McLennan, K. R., Escuminac 

McLeod, J. H., Bliss Isd 


121 25 
1,395 00 




635 00 


Nova Scotia {$125,101.58). 
Johnson, P. C, inspector of lighthouses 


1,862 43 
440 00 




195 00 


Amiro, Austin J., Pubnico Harbour. . . . 


316 25 
6 25 
600 00 
269 98 
116 25 
177 50 


McMann, H. R., McMann's Pt 


665 00 
40 00 






74 50 






386 25 


Maillet, D. L., St. Louis Gully . 
Maillot, D. ()., Church Point.. 


Beardsley, C. B., Port Lorne 
Beiswanger, T.. Fisherman's Harbour. 


35 00 
368 75 


Maloncv, Win., Mark's Point 

Matheson, B., Newcastle 


260 00 
140 00 
98 75 






180 00 


Moore. J. E., Anderson Hollow 

Morrison, J. A., Sheldrake Isd 

Morrison, P., jr.. Portage Isd 


Blakeney, J. W., Humane Establish- 
ment, Sable Island. . 
Staff, Sable Island 

Carried forward. 


1,250 00 

6,776 46 


( ':u Tied f"i ward 


240.904 42 


269,093 55 



MARINE LVD FISHERIES DEPARTMEXJ I U'EXMTURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers Cor. s cts 
Salaircs des gardlcns de phares. Suite. 

Brought forward 169,093 55 

Xova Scotia I 'on. 

Blaxland, S., Owl's lira. I 405 00 

Bonner, .1. <'., I'i. Aconi . ... 320 nn 

I'. hoi, E., Green Isd., Arichat 665 imp 

Boutlier, Henry, Indian Harbour 260 ml 

Boutlier, W. E., Cull Rock Mushaboon is:' 50 

Boutlier, S , Cull Rock Hi 

Brown, Stephen, Walton Harbour 260 on 

Brunn, W. A., Port Morien 62 ."><i 

Buckman, Chas . Grand Passage. 405 nil 

Burgess, R . Little Dyke 425 7:' 

Burgess, Watson, Port Herbert 260 00 

Burgoyne, H., Sandford, ill 25 

Burke, I A.. Outique Isd 515 nn 

Burke, E., L'Ardoise 98 75 

Burke, Henry, I lountry Harbour. . 600 no 

Burke, Howard, Port Wade 138 7.", 

Burns, S, E., Budget 308 75 

Butler, X. D., Sand Spit 390 00 

Cameron, W., Louisburg 1,059 -10 

Campbell, A.. < llarke's Cove 180 oil 

Campbell, Daniel, Ciboux 585 no 

Campbell, D., Mat I'i 614 on 

Campbell, Thomas, Mam a-Dieu 457 50 

Campbell, .1. P., Red Island ISO no 
Campbell, .1. M., Si, Paul's Island 

Humane Establishment 700 on 

Staff, St. Paul's Island.. 3,665 40 

Carmichael, Geo., Picton Pat 450 00 

Chapman, C. .1.. Pugwash 430 25 

Chisholm, N., Highland Villa© '.is 75 

Chisholm, William, Portapique 130 oo 

Christian, I'I Betty Isd. 905 no 

Church, W. F , Wedge Isd 27 41 

Clark.', P., Borden Wharf 18(0 00 

' Ueveland, .1 I... Margaretville 320 no 

Clory, A . Glasgow Pt. 260 on 

Colp, R. .1.. Little Hope 505 7:; 

( !onley, James, Noel 131 25 

Connington, Thos., Louisburg 320 no 

Conrod, T . Mauger Beach 886 25 

Cook, A. IP. Port Moutor. 461 25 

Corkum, .1. P.. Kimrspori 205 nn 

i lovej , \ . Flint 1-1 1,410 on 

Covey, William. Louisburg 479 ■">! 

Crichton, H. H., Crichton Head 320 00 

Crispo, J. T., Havre Bouche 323 75 

Croft, John, Redmond Head . . 285 00 

i Iroucher, c , < Iroucher l-.l 440 nn 
Crowell, A, X., Harrington E. Bay 

Lightship. 955 on 

i Irowell, John, Seal Isd 1,180 00 

Cunningham. A. H.. Cape Sable. . 326 72 

Curry. Win., Beaver Harbor 398 75 

David. W. IP, Port Felix. 386 25 

Decker, P... Lockeporl 595 00 

Delory, P.. Arichat. 140 oo 

D'Entremont, W. IP. Abott Harbour 140 00 

Desveaux, ( 'ba eau l't 257 50 

Desveuu, D., Chaticamp 438 75 

Dicks. J., Pictou Harbour 316 25 

Dixon, M., White Pt . 61 25 

Doane, P. H., Bunker Is.l 545 110 

Doane. 'P. S , Capo Fourchu P 180 on 

Doucette, Capt. D., Cain St. Mary. 422 50 

Dourette, M., Cape St.. Mary 60 00 

Doueette. Martin. Friars Ilea. I 10(1 00 

Downey, \V. A., Amherst Wharf 120 00 

Dunn. M. A.. Margate.- Harbour 120 oo 

( 'arried forward . . 298,310 95 



Salaries of Llghtkeepers 
Salaircs ties gardlens de phares -in. 

Brought forward 

Olio < 'on 

I >\ k. ni.oi. Pom , Masstown 95 00 

Elderkin, IP E., Apple Rivei 980 oo 

Ellis, P. M.. Pt. Prim 1.142 50 

Fader, E., Quaker P. I 465 nn 

Faulkner, W. Y.. Burnt ( oat 128 71 

Faulkner, < 'apt . John. Jed. lore Harbour 297 50 
Faulkner, Win. P. . Burnt < ..m 

Ferguson, Alex., St. Esprit Isd 645 on 

Finlay, J. II,, San. Pro Harboui Iso oo 

Forrest, Chas., West Arichat Pole. loo no 

Foster, S I . Medway Harbour. . 140 00 

Foster, IP, Hampton 220 oo 

Franklyn, J. P., Wolfville .. 180 no 

I .a .a, V. i deal Bras d'Or 180 oo 

Fulker, W. G., Devil Isd (iso oo 

Pitllerton. D., Stephen Pt . 172 50 

( lallant, Mrs, P., Little Lorembec 50 81 

( larrison, S. IP, Peggy Pt 545 00 

( lavaza, I M . Vnnapolis 132 50 

i leorg. I I ' ape Sharp 94 - 75 

Gcrroir, X.. Arichat . 58 33 

i iiffin, P, Isaa.-'s Harbour 405 on 

Gilkie, A. .P. San. Pro (ill 25 

( lillis, D . Pr. Tupper - 440 00 

( lodfrej , Howard, Brooklyn 140 00 

( loodwin, J. F , Wood's Harbour 345 oo 

' Iray, P V. Pennant Hail r 180 00 

Hagar, P.. X. E. Harboui 290 oo 

Halliday, i '., Parker Cove - 177 50 

Hardy, G., Fourchu Head 220 00 

Hatfield, P A , Port I In - ilk 320 00 

Hawley, S., Ingonish Harboui 255 on 

Hayes, P \ . Herring I ove 177 50 

Haynes, S.. Victoria Beach 177 50 

Heal.-, . .1. K . Shatlner l't 2.52 50 

Heckman, I. B., Battery Pt 452, 75 

Heisler, J. W., Kaulback 230 00 

Holland. ( 'apt. R . ( Ihebucto Head.. 1,180 00 

Huntly, Frank, St. Paul's Isd 267 74 

Jamieson, Chas., Cape St. Pawn-nee 000 00 

Jai son, i !eo Co., ( lole Harbour . . 260 00 

Jamieson, Walter T., Cranberry Isd . 1,067 50 

Johnson, Roy, Anmt Isd . 520 00 

Joudrej . .lame-, Westhaver Isd 260 00 

Joyce, s-.. D..g Island 260 00 

Kaulback, I ',. A.. Grand Digne 120 00 

Kelly, Jam.-,, Fingan Head 320 nn 

Kenm \ . Alex., Watt pt 106 25 

Kenney, S., SI t Harbour 705 no 

K.-.u, \. M.. Musquodoboit ISO 0(1 

Kent, F. S., Musquodoboit 72 20 

Kent. J . Musquodi.bnit 187 76 

King. M , Arichat, W 29 53 
K.rkpatn.-k. J. W., Eatonville 

Langille, Robt., Walla.-,- Harbour 137 50 

Parkin. F . Stoddard Isd 345 00 

Lawrence, P.. Maitland Wharf. 100 00 

P. Plan.-. P.. Candle Box Isd 465 00 

I. .-Plan,-, S . Grand Etang 12 

LeBlanc, Severin, Tusket ; 380 on 

Leslie, A. X".. Spry Bay 165 no 

LeVash, Capt. W\. Arichat 405 no 

Lewis, A. J., Sydney Harbour.. . 260 00 

Long, Joseph, Canso Harbour 465 00 

Luddington, A. P. Harboui Isd 440 no 

Lynch, M . McNab D,l 440 00 

McAleese, D., I ape D'Or 232 50 

McAsI ill. J. G ' .M- N-'orth 840 nn 

Carried forward 321,816 10 



0—32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 19"8 



Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. 
Salaires des gardicns de phares— Suite. 

Nova Scotia — Con. 


$ cts. 
321,816 16 

128 75 
63 75 
63 75 
140 00 
92 50 
220 00 
405 00 
320 00 

220 00 
116 25 
180 00 
365 00 
680 00 
3S7 50 
426 93 
140 00 
600 00 
412 50 
182 50 

1,180 00 
240 00 
120 00 
140 00 
215 00 
100 00 
120 00 
590 00 
136 25 
600 00 
691 7S 

140 00 

217 50 

1,440 00 

282 50 

221 24 
165 00 
140 00 
354 41 
140 00 
568 75 
320 00 
255 00 

98 75 
386 25 
333 75 
140 00 
120 00 
212 50 
120 00 
320 00 
520 00 
300 00 
180 00 
2S5 00 
680 00 
320 00 
614 56 
372 50 
755 00 
380 00 
465 00 
432 50 
110 00 
320 00 
625 00 
120 00 
1,180 00 


Salaries of Lightkeepers — Con. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares— Suite. 


$ cts. 
344,728 83 


Nova Scotia — -Con. 
Munro, H. S., Tree Top Isd 


436 25 


McCulloch, D. D., Tennev Cape 


Munro, D., Pictou Custom House 


137 50 
520 00 


McDonald, Rev. D. L., Arisaig 




345 00 
2,300 00 


McDonald, D. A., Campbel. Isd 

McDonald, Robt., Carter Isd 

McDonald, E., Hall's Harbour 

McDonald, Michael, Marjories Isd 




1,180 00 


Nicholson, Alex., Ste. Ann Harbour 

Nickerson, M. M., Bon Portage 

Obed, J. C, Salvages 

O'Hanley, C. J., Yarmouth Harbour... 


1,440 00 
43 33 
260 00 
520 00 
992 50 
130 00 


McEachern, Alex., Cape George 

McEaehern, James, North Canso 


285 00 


O'Leary, W. E., Beaver Isd 


202 50 

221 25 


McFarlane, Andrew, Pictou Harbour... 


1,180 00 
345 00 
405 00 




Patterson, Capt. C, Shulie 


600 00 


McKenna, J. L., pape Roseway 

.McLean, Hector, Gillis Pt 


260 00 
180 00 
680 00 


McLean, J. M., Pictou Wharf 

McLean, D. C, Piper Cove 

McLellan, Edward, Economv 

McLellan, R., Margaree Harbour 

McLellan, A. G., Margaree 

McLellan, R. L., Great Bras d'Or . 


Piers, J. L., Biglow Pt 

Perry, F., Negro Isd 

Perry, W. H., Harborville 


172 50 
426 24 
70 00 
106 25 


Peters, C. N. Flat Pt 


565 40 


Powell, A. M., Page Isd 


565 40 
345 00 






596 52 


MeLeod, Maleome, Cape D'Or Fog 

Whistle 


10 92 
380 00 
530 00 


MeLeod, John, St. Paul's Island 

McMaster, Angus, Balache 

MeXamara, Capt. J., Parrsboro 


Richard, Alex., Charlo Harbour 

Robichaud, B. H., Cape St. Marys. . . . 


260 00 
255 00 
520 00 
440 00 


McNeil, Laughlin, McNeil's Beach 

McNeil, A. G., St. Paul's Isd 




475 00 


Roney, Henry, Grenville Centre 


105 00 


McNeil, Michael, Glace Bay 


405 00 


Ross, Herbert, Baccaro 


605 00 




323 75 




545 00 






285 00 






260 00 






118 75 






122 50 




Sahulnier, J. H., Church Pt 


260 00 






461 25 


Matheson, Murdoch, Whycocomagh 


Scott, G. E., Guysboro Harbour 


315 00 
320 00 


Manger, J. J., Cape Rond 




172 50 


Shatford, Oliver, Hubbard Cove 

Slaunwhite, S . P., Terrance Bay 

Smith, I. P., Port Hood 


376 25 


Melanson, J. A., Meteghan River 

Misiner, J. E., Fork Pt 


285 68 
ISO 00 




73 75 






255 00 






120 00 


Morris, R. M., Advocate Harbour 

Morris, P. E., Isle Haute 


Smith, Ephriam, Sambro Inner 

Smith, Win., B., jr.. West Head, Cape 
Sable Isd 


ISO 00 
345 00 


Moser, Samuel, Moser Isd 


Southern, E. W., Westport 


545 00 
ISO 00 


Muise, Joseph. Yarmouth Harbour 

Mullins. Jas., Mullin's Pt 

Mundell, E., Eddy Pt 




172 50 


Stoddard, H. M., Egg Island 


705 00 
285 00 






252 50 






45 00 








Carried forward 


344.728 83 


371,409 82 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 13 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Salaries of lightkcepers < !oc 
Salaries des gardlens de ptaares Suite 



Brought Eorwai 

Nova Set Ci 



itinued. 



Tei iaull , A., Jersi n I land 

Trask, M , Little River. 
Troke, K., Little 1 oremb ic 
Turner, < 'lias , Mm ie Joseph 
Urquhart, J. B., Little Dyke 
Vance, I )avid, !'•:.- i 1th ■■ 
Vernon, 1'.. Minudie 
Wamboldt, A., - heel Harbour 

, H. B., Bear River 
Warren, 1! F., 1-. i I 

Watts, VV. E., Pictou • 
Webber, ! >a\ id . Bui ntcoat 
Wentzell, .1. E., Coffin Island. 
Whitman.. I. W., Hardwood Island. 
Whynacht, .las., Medway Head. 
Whynacht, Clr I end. 

Wight, R. G., 1 
\\ iHiams, 1 ., .I'm . 
Wise, Albert, < Hi'"' Sable 
Wolfe, I \\ . West Lronbound Island 
Wolfe, 1).. Jordai 
Wright, W., Digby Pier 
V\ yrnan, ! '., Boai 'a I lead 
Young, Henry, Poulamond... 
"i oung, .lax., fngonish S. Bay 
Young, Uriah, Chester lronbound.. 
Zinck, S , New Harbour, 



Prince Edward Island if If!, ',3; 77). 



Lord, A., inspector of lighthou 
Adams, J., I ; api 
\ r . niMi It , E. J., Cape Egmont. 
Bell, M..I-. Bell River 
Blacquiere, I... North Rustico 
Condon, re Island. 

Costain, J., Miminegash. . . 
( lurrie, N. VV . Blockhouse 
I (reeland, F. F., Brush Wharf 

i raser, John, Summerside wharf 

Handrahan, D., Tignish 

Hanl>', Win., Little Channel. 

hill, S., » leorgetown Railway 
wharf 
Hickey, P., E ish Island 
Holmes, K. C, Leards Inner 
Howatt, A. J., L cards ( luter 
Hyde, J! .. ' :.,«■ Bear 
Ladner, J. N .. West Point 
McCain', ,I,i 'nvi'licid. 
Mc( ':n bhy, 1). P., North ( lape. 
McDonald, W. A., Tracadfe 
McDonald. W., West Point 
McDonald, .1. A., Savage Harbour... 
McDonald., W. A., Panmure Island.. . 

McDonald, J. N„ Souris 

McDonald . H. A., Douse Point 
McGrath, I I 31 Peter's Harbour. 
Mclntyre, A. ( '., East Point 
MacKinnon, 1' . Shipwreck Point 
McLean, S. A., Point Prim 
McNeil, I.., Murray Harbour.. 
Mallett, W. II., Sandy Island 
Mokler, P., MniiineL'asli 

Morrison. < ',. Darnley Point 

Morrison, J. D., Cardigan River 

Morrow, L., Wood Island 

Muttart, V., Suiimierside 



Carried forward. 

1— 3o 



;.,., 00 
68 27 

Kill -17 

1)42 50 
98 7. r . 

140 llll 

225 00 

252 al) 
520 no 
I 15 38 
15 • 26 
COD (III 

197 50 

1,180 no 
205 00 
217 50 

70s to 
440 on 

197 17 

4:i. r i oo 

333 75 
98 75 
625 00 
113 75 



3 3 ' 
372 i0 
93 75 
267 50 
490 oo 
133 43 
540 00 

120 oo 
180 00 
215 00 
180 00 

170 00 

180 00 
180 00 

510 00 

137 50 
140 00 

■n-2 50 

230 00 
440 00 
ISO 00 
483 74 
490 00 
108 75 
217 50 
;i7:i 75 
413 75 
;,: ■ 50 
V.\ 75 
410 00 
58 60 
220 00 
140 00 
368 75 

138 75 



Salaries of Light keepers $ cts 

Salalres des gardlcns <le pbares 



Brought 
Prince Edu 



ird Island ' ' 



Nowson, i !. E, II,, Wan 
nnandale 
I I'Brien, P , Mil li . 

Cove II. 
O'Ronoghan, E, P., Sea Cove He 
Pei llobl Murra H 

Petei I W., Indi i I oint 
Pidgi on. .1 A , New Lon, Ion 
Purcell, J., Brighton 
Skerrj . J., Alborton 
Smith, W . V., Northport 
St, .Hail. E., Hazards 

■■■ tali". Ba ii 
Taylor, J. J., St. Peters I 
Watcher, J., St. Andrew 
H .. ( leorgeti iw 

. I is., Wood Island 

Columbia (Jt66,0St 05 



Allison, F., Porlier Pas 
Anderson, J. ( '.. Nanaimo Harbour 
Arden, E., Sheringham Point 
Aro, T., Pultenay Point 
Bailey, J., Swale Rock 
Biddle, E., Holland Pork 
Bourke, Mrs C. W., Kootenay Lake 
I 'acific Rail •■• . y Co., 
nay L.Ik.. 8120; Lardo Spit, =120 

( 'inter, II.. ( 'rofton. . 
t 'halmers, J' is. , ! la re Pi 

R . Pachena Point. 
Codville, J., Pointer Island 

a y Elect ric Liglt t, ■ 
Bar 
Croft, M. A., Discovery Island. 
1 )avidson, J., < lape Kludge 
Daykin, W. P., McLoughlin Point 

VIrs. E. M., McLoughlin I't 
Daykin, P., ( larmanah 
Denver Light and Power Co., Silverton 
Dingwell, A., Green Island 
Drummond, L. D. P., Egg Island 
Dunne, C, Crofton... . 

od, W., Rare Rocks 
I Mis, A , Kyuquot 
Elsterman, F. W., Lawyer Island 

i:. II. A., Squally Point 
Forsyth, J., Langara. 
Franklin, W. T., Merry Island 
Gallup, .1. W.. Pro. 'Mr, $29 
four. 8207 50 

on, J., Saturna Isd 
m, 1L, Active Pasa 
i loos", ,L, Fisi^ard 
Grafton, T. D., Pt. Atkinson 
Grove, .!.. Prospect Pt 
Gurney, Mrs. A. B., Ballenas Isd 
' luthro, W. A., Addenbrooke 
Harris, G. A., First Narrows 
Harrison. W. H., Beren's Isd 
Hartin, W. R., Egg Isd 

Hayllar, T. C. L., Sisters 

Hirst. A.. McCormick's Pt 

Howell, W. L„ Holland Rock .. 



158 33 

133 75 

157 50 

120 00 

180 00 



2.v: 75 

579 37 
52 02 

765 no 
900 00 

240 00 

1 '."I 00 

60 00 

1,470 00 

735 "0 
1,713 75 

52 50 

7-' 

50 00 
2.000 00 

900 00 

1,470 on 
1,170 00 
1,423 13 

980 00 

1,170 00 
216 00 
204 37 



Carried forward 132,825 47 



0—34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Salaries of Lightkeepers— Con. % ate 
Salaires dcs gardiens de phares — Suite. 

Brought forward 432, 825 47 

British Columbia — Con. 

Hunt, W., Scarlett Pt 1,038 76 

Irwin, J. A., Wilson Pt 180 00 

Jansen, J. P., Estevan Pt 2,000 00 

Jarrett, R., Kootenay 360 00 

Jones, W. D., Brockton Pt 607 50 

Kershaw, W., Ivory Isd 877 42 

Lift, A. W., Needles Pt 33 71 

Mcintosh, N. A., Somas ISO 00 

McLaughlin, J., Squally Pt 65 00 

McMillan, H. A., Balfour S5 00 

McNeill, D. H., Fiddle Reef 570 00 

McPhee, D. B., Pine Isd 1,713 75 

Master, H. A., West Arm, Kootenay 

Lake 900 00 

Montreuil, E., Pilot Bav 570 00 

Moore, H., Patey Rock 270 00 

Morrisscv, W. E„ Entrance Isd 1,423 13 

Nichols, A., Egg Isd 490 00 

O'Brien, M., Fraser Mouth, S180; 

Sand Head Lightship, $2, 149.03 2,329 03 

O'Brien, Daniel, Triangle Isd 1,320 00 

Okell, H., Trial Isd 1,470 00 

Ouelette, J. S. O., Lucy Isd 817 50 

Parker, A. A., Fraser River, Pt. Garry 570 00 

Carried forward 450, 696 27 



Salaries of Lightkeepers — Con. 5 cts. 
Salaires des gardiens de phares— Fin. 

Brought forward 450, 696 27 

British Columbia — Con. 

Piercy, H., Denman Isd 570 00 

Pollock, R., Lennard Isd 2,000 00 

Pollard, P. < .!.. Sechart 35 00 

Reuter, F. W. L., Ivory [sd ....... 163 55 

Riley, R., Mens .Spit, $200; Stubba 

Spit, 8200 400 00 

Robertson, W. H., Shark Spit ISO 00 

Rudge, C, Birnielsd 390 00 

Sadler. J. H., Quatsino 517 50 

Smedley, G. E„ Needles Pt 194 29 

Smith, H. T. W., Nootka 607 50 

Sparks. T., Victoria Harbour, 5234; 

Brotchie Ledge, R156 390 00 

Street, J., Yellow Isd 1.066 S6 

Stuhr, H., Sooke 200 63 

Sugars, J. E., Carr Pt 120 00 

Thomas, T. J., North Arm 371 25 

Thomson, L., Cape St. James 1,366 86 

Tom, D., Helen Pt - 240 00 

Ward, H., Cape Beale 1, 638 75 

Watson, G. A., Portlock Pt 697 50 

Weah, H., Massett -440 62 

Western Fuel Co., Gallows Pt 120 00 



462,406 58 



INI IW> FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 3b 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Agencies, Rents and Contingencies. 
Agences, loyers et de'penses contingcntes. 

Sum mary 

Montreal Agency 

QuebecAgcncy. 

Ni v I swsirk Agency. .......... 

Nova Scotia ................. 

Prince Edward Island Agency 

Parry Soui 

cy. 
( leneral account 



150,437 16 



Montreal District Agency -Agence du district di Monlr&il- 

Salaries— 

11. A. Willard, agent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . .. 

i . \ I .. r.,1. :. istant agent, 8 m. at 81,600, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,800 per an 

i . ,l. \1:. : uire, :i. ' int, 3 m. at 51 ,600, I m to Mar ; 1, 1911 I, ran..... 1,637 49 

.1. Latreille, assistanl accountant, detailed under repaii i to wharves 180 00 

i , I ..,: iepy, torekei per, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,000 00 

.:. Church, clei tar. 31, 1917... 999 96 

A. Drolet, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 800 00 

1!. LaSallc, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. :',!, 1917 . 900 00 

A. Dusault, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 800 00 

J. Birmingham, stenographer, 4 m. mi -o.im, s ,,,. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $700 per an. 

E. L. Morel, messenger, 12 ni to Mar. 31, 1917... 800 00 

P. Dueondu. messenger, s ni. ai $600, 1 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at 8650 per an., 616 64 

Bell Telephone Co., Montreal: rent of telephones, C. A. LeBel's residence, 12 m. to Juno 30, 

1917, $35, office, 12 m. to Ma i 31, i 166 17 

"Canada" Publishing ( !o., Montreal, subscription, 2 y. to July 7. 1917 

LeBel.CL A., assistant agent, travelling. -\peu -.-, self, S-S 1 12; R.LaSalle, $2.80; Jos. Latreille, 
88.05; F. J. Maguire, $44.41; freight and expi laundry, $16.04 

$197.75; sundry outlay, $25.32 10180 

Accounts under $50 ... 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $8 61, less charged to Construction .>[ Lights, $2 85; 

C. G. S. "Shamrock", $1.20, repairs tow] 2 51 

Quebec Agency Agenci d< (Ju,lnr ($89,833 37). 

Salaries — 

T. Belaud, agent, 12 in. to Mar. 31, Hi 1 7 . 3,050 00 

J. A. Smith, district engineer, 6 m. at $2,150, 6 n 1917 at 82,200 per an. 2,174 94 

J. Robitaille, assistant district engineer, 6 m. at $1,650, 6 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,700 

per an 1,675 112 

H. F. Smith, accountant, 3 m. at $1,650, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1,700 per an. 1,687 53 

P. E. Perreault, revenue officer, 12 in. to .Mar. 31, 1917, . ........ 1,200 00 

P. J. O'Brien, storekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. .. 1, 2110 ml 

Alph. Martineau, timekeeper. 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. to Mar, 31, 1917 at 81,050 per an 1,024 98 

Adel. Paradis, nssitant timekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 3! 1917 1. 000 00 

Clerks, at $1,200 per an., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917— 

G. B. Hall, A. Hamel, J. N. I e are, 1 V. MofFet, R. Mullally, A. Robitaille. 7,200 00 

G. N. Belleau, clerk 6 m. at $1,050, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 al $1,100 per an 1,075 02 

Clerks at 81,050 per an., 12 in. to .Mar, 31, 1917— 

J. M. Blouin, C. Fitzpatrick, M. Parent 3,150 00 

G. H.Odell, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, .. 1,000 00 

J. O'Connell, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

P. E.Wright, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917.. 799 92 

J. F. Dumas, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 750 00 

E. Lemclin, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 700 00 

St. Foy Hamel, clerk, 3 m. at $650, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $700 per an 687 53 

P. Savard, clerk, 4 m. at $550. s m. t,, Mar. 31, 1917 at S600 per an.. 

G. Piteau, clerk for broken periods, at $1,150 per an 876 36 

Stenographers at 81,200 per an., 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 — 

J. A. O'Dowd, L. Rooney, G. Turcotte. .. 
H. R. Germain, messenger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 
R. Hogan, telephone operator, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 300 00 

Beland, T., agent, disbursements: freight and e\|.r. i 

and mending towels, $24; small outlay, $10 30 558 16 

Bellerive, E., Quebec: cleaning offi es. : i ,] 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of telephone- i m. to M u 3] 
H. F. Smith's residence, $25; me, 

Martel, Adele, Quebec, cleaning offices. 15 ■[. a -1 35 

Quebec Railway, Light, Heat & Powei i ,. , ele.-uie current, April 1, 1916 to Mar. 19, 1917.. 

Subscriptions to newspapers, $12.50; small pavmenfs, 82 90 

Tele-rams: Canadian Pacific Rail \va\ ■ i North Western Telegraph Co., $475.96. 

Detailed under maintenance of light cha ged to, maintenance of lights, 

$7.90, steamboat inspection, $114 91 

Carried forward .... 53,590 11 

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8 GEORGE V, A. 19! 



Agencies, Rents and Contingencies— Continued. $ cts. 

Agences, loyers et dfppnscs contlugentes — Suite. 

Brought forward ' 53,590 11 

New Brunswick Agency — Agence du Noureau-Brunswick ($15,804 SO). 

J. C. Cheslev, agent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2,749 97 

G. S. Macdonald, resident engineer, April 1 to Oct. 31, 1916, Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, 1917, at 

S2,100peran 1,75000 

H. A. Lynch, detailed under construction of lights 225 00 

C. A. Clark, accountant, 8 m. at SI, 300, 1 m. at $1,350, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1,450 

per an ' 1 , 341 63 

A. W. Burns, surveyor of stores, Mar., 1917, at $1,320 per an ........ 110 00 

J. S. Allen, storekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 1,050 00 

Wm. Murphy, assistant storekeeper, at $2 or $2.25 per d 645 50 

I. B. Woodley, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,050 00 

Wm. Donohoe, clerk, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $900 per an 375 00 

R. A. C. Brown, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

C. S. Slocum, clerk. 4 m. at $700, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $750 per an., less $158 .40 military 

pay 574 92 

T. W. Morrison, temporary clerk, Nov. 27, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917, at $750 per an 258 33 

Mrs. B. M. Carson, stenographer, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1916, at $800 per an 333 30 

B. M. Carson, stenographer, 5 m. at $700, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $750 per an 729 17 

E. M. McAdoo, stenographer, 8 m. at $550, 4 m. at SliOO per an 566 67 

L. H. Myles, stenographer, Oct. 3, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917 247 30 

G. F. McLean, doorkeeper and filing clerk, 6 m. at $590, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $750 

per an 670 00 

Robt. Allen, janitor and messenger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

Chesley, J. ( '., agent, disbursements: travel, $528.61; postage stamps, $281 .32; sundry outlay, 

$30 50 840 43 

New Brunswick Telephone Co., St. John: rent of telephones: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 3 office, 

1141, residence, $32; messages, J102. 20 275 20 

Telegrams: Canadian Pacific Railway, $62.70; Western Union Telegraph Co., $314.30 377 00 

Subscriptions to newspapers and Nautical magazine, S25. 71; repairing clock, $2.50 28 21 

L'etailed under maintenance of lights 6 67 

Nova Scolia Agency — Agencede la Nouvelle-Ecosse ($32,727.58). 
Salaries — 

C. H. Harvey, agent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

V. Mullins, sub-agent, Sydney, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. H. Noonan, sub-agent, Pictou, S m. to Nov. 30, 1916 

J. R. Davies, sub-agent, Pictou, Nov. 11 to Mar. 31, 1917, at $400 per an.. . 

J. A. Leger, resident engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 

II. J. Alward, assistant engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . 

J. McL. Fraser, accountant, 11 m. at $1,850, 1 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1,900 per an 

R. J. Boutilier, surveyor of stores, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. A. Brown, draftsman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. D. A. Taunton, storekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

R. A. Spawton, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

C. H. Hosterman, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. R. Fanning, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

M.J. Cough, clerk, 9m. at $1,100, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1, 150 per an 

R. De Young, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. P. Jennett, clerk, Sept. 6 to Mar. 31, 1917, at $900 per an 

W.J. Ahern, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

A. D.McKerrow, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. A. Fellows, clerk, 10 m. at $750, 2 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. at $800 per an.. . 

J. C. Theakston, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $750, per an., less military pay, at $1 10 

perd., $-101.50 

J. E. Walker, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

C. J. Haves, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

L. E. Thomas, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

H. F. Logan, stenographer, 11 m. at $750, 1 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $800 per an 

W. Roche, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

C. Graham, telephone operator, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

D. Melvin. janitor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. W. Pickings, messenger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

J. Moir, messenger, 8 m. at $600, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $650 per an 

Harvey, C. H. agent, Halifax, disbursements: J. Short, salary, June, 1913, $39.58: cleaning 
offices, $450; electric current, $233.63; freight and express, $47.74; postage stamps, $606.98; 
telephone messages, $118.85; sundry outlay, $84.16 

Telegran s: Canadian Pacific Railway, $231 98; Western Union Telegraph Co., $209.09 

Detailed under maintenance of lights, $225 03 ; plumbing, $2 . 40 



2,749 92 

1,500 00 

566 64 

155 54 

2,499 96 

1 . .".Hi 92 

1,854 09 

1,599 96 

1,299 96 

1,200 00 

1,299 96 

1,200 00 

1,149 96 

1,112 43 

999 96 

512 50 

799 92 

799 92 

758 32 

348 50 
699 96 
999 96 
799 92 
754 16 
750 00 
300 00 
799 92 
799 92 
616 64 



1,580 94 
441 07 
227 43 



Carried forward 102, 121 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 17 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Salari 



Agencies, Bents and Contingencies < 'ontinui d 
Agences, lovers et defenses contlngentes- Suite. 

il forward. 

Prince Edward Island Agency AgencedcVIl tu P 



, G. 1 ■<; lor, agent, 12 m to Mar. 31, 1917. 
1,. W. V i ou int 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. I 419 96 

\ I inlaj soi k< eper, 9 m. at 51,000, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, al SI, 050 p< i an 

L. Wright, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $800 per an., less military pay at 81.10 pci d., 

$367.40 432 52 

A. F. Bell, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 799 92 

Jaa. Campbell, clerk, 3 m. at $750, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $800 per an 787 44 

\. Foster, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 799 92 

G. Curran, stenographer, IM «i $1 hi 00 

L. • iaudin, carpenter, Jan., 1917 75 00 

F. Beers, messengei , 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . . 499 92 
Anglo-American Telegraph Co., Charlottetown, telegrams 64 26 
Hermans, A., Charlottetown, changing combination of vault, etc -1 00 
Taylor, T. G., agent . ( Sharlottetown, disbursement v. cartage, $16.50; cleaning offices, $144; 

freight and express, $18.11; postage stamps, $131; telephone messages, $112.65; travel, 
$250.33; sundry outlay, $7.16 679 75 

Telephone Co. of Prince Edward Island, < lharlottetown: rent of telephones, 12 m, to Mar. 31 , 
1917; office, $82; wharf, $37; residence, T. G. Taylor, $24, A. Lord, $24, L. Watson, $12; 
moving telephone, $2.60 181 60 

Parry Sound Agency- Agencedt Parry-Sou 
•Salaries — 

M. Brais, agent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,950 00 

S. <;. s. agd, suli-agent, 12 in. to Mar. 31,1917. 1,800 00 

W. 1). Auldjo, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . 1,200 00 

H. Childorhoso, ,1,, i, keeper, 4 m at S750, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 al smki .„ , an 783 28 

( 1. Smith, assistant storekeeper, 8 m. at $000, 4 m. tu Mar. 31, 1917 at $650 per an 616 64 

O. Moslev, stenographer, 7 in. at $050, 5 m. to Mar. ill . 1917 at $700 per an. 670 77 
Bell Telephone Co., real of telephones: 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 1, $18.75, 1, $31.50, I. Dee. iy 

to Mar. 31, 1917, $6.28; messages. $71.1.",; moving extension bell, $1 . . 

Brais, M., agent, disbursements: postage stamps, $35.15; small outlay, $3.50... 38 65 

Telegrams: Canadian Pacific Railway, $52. .'i0; (oval North Western Telegraph Co. ,$10.08 62 58 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, $12.57; small payments. $2.33 .. . 14 90 

Britisl i \.gency -Agence de la Colombie-Britannique (£?4.< 

Salaries at Victi >ria- - 

G. E. L. Roliert.-on, uncut, 2 m . at $3,ooo, 111 m . to Mar. 31, 1917 at $3,050 per an 3 041 88 

A. W. R. Wilby, district engineer, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. L. Stamford, assistant, district engineer, 3 m. at $1,500, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,700 

per an 650 03 

A.J. Dallam, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 1.950 00 

G. E. Hartncll, bookkeeper, 4 m. at $1,100, 8 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,150 pel an., [< 

military pay, 4:; d. at 80c 
C. F. Barnes, clerk, 5 m. at $1,050, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,100 per an 1,079 20 

W. J. Duncalfe, clerk, 6 m. at $1,050, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $1,100 per an 

R. Erskine, clerk. 8 m. at $9110, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $95 ■ an 916 72 

C. E. Redfern, clerk. Mar. 20 31, 1917 at $900 per an 29 U3 

J. Hickey, clerk, 8 m. to Nov. 30, 1916 at $500 per an. (less lid.) 318 50 

W. E. Huxtable, clerk, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $500 per an 166 72 

K. E. t Iaudin, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 800 00 

M. G. Lvall. stenographer. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . 800 00 

C. E. M. Rant, stenographer, 7 m. at $750, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $800 pei an 770 s.s 

S. T. Sehl, office boy, 9 m. at $360, 3 in. To Mar. 31, 1917 at $410 per an 372 5(3 

Salaries at Prince Rupert. — 

F. T. Saunders, sub-agent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2,300 00 
H. Sheere, accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . 1,540 00 

G. H. Wynne, storekeeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917... 1.050 00 
O. J. Kirkpatrick, clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ! 200 00 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co's. Telegraph, telegrams 56 86 

Edge, A. \V. Co., Prince Rupert, repairing plaster, kalsomining offices, etc 50 00 

Farrell, H., Victoria, repairs to launch s s 00 

Robertson. G. E. I... agent, Victoria, disbursements, rent of telephones, 15 m. to June 30, 1917: 
Marine and Fisheries offices, X.,. 006, $105, No. 27:;"., $07.50; residences, G. E. L. Robi rt- 
son, $45, W. L. Stamford, $30; G. Halkett, to April 30. 1917, $26; freight and expri 
$56.41; postage stamps, $229; telegrams, $29.39; telephone messages, $69.85; tis- 



$179.05; sundry outlay. $45.80. 
Curried forward 



O— 38 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Agencies, Rents and Contingencies— Concluded. $ cts. 

Agences, loyers et defenses contingentes— Fin. 

Brought forward 142, 375 71 

British Columbia Agency — Concluded — Agence de la Colombie-Britannique — Fin. 

Saunders, F. T., sub-agent, Prince Rupert, disbursements: rent of telephones, 12 m. to Mar. 

31, 1917, F.259, S52. G.259, $5S; messages, $8.05; postage stamps, S25; travel, $114.50; 

sundry outlay , $26.33 283 88 

Small payments 5 75 

Detailed under Maintenance of Lights, SS47.37, less charged to Maintenance of Lights, $2.25. 845 12 

Agencies, General Account — Compte general des agences {$6,926.70). 

W. H. Carson, Ottawa, salary, 2 m. at $1,900, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,950 per an 1,941 66 

A. Fortey, Ottawa, salary, 2 m. at $1,400, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,450 per an 1,441 70 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa, sundry printing and stationery 3,543 34 

150,437 16 



Maintenance of Lights Entreticn des phares. 

$ cts. 
Summary — Sommaire. 

Lights, Nova Scotia 156,992 65 

" Prince Edward Island 12.352 06 

Xew Brunswick 119,425 17 

•• Quebec 153,908 13 

Montreal District 45,311 SI 

Prescott District 15,921 09 

" Parry Sound District 41 ' 9 2* 7 - 

" Kenora District 3,177 31 

" Selkirk District 1 . 338 02 

" British Columbia 77, 619 02 

" Independent Buoys and Beacons; 15,016 80 

" General Account 9, 568 27 

652.591 05 

Maintenance of Lights.— Entretien des phares. 

S cts. 
Nova Scotia — Nomelle-Ecosse. 

Advert ising in various newspapers 982 89 

Amherst Boot and Shoe Co., Halifax, rubber boots at $4, $5.50 or $5.85 a pr 376 05 

Bell, A. M. & Co., Halifax: wall brushes, 16 doz. at $9.90; chimney brushes, 13 doz. at $1.48; 
bronze butts, 4 x 4, a pr. at $2.20; putty knives, 10 doz. at $1.50; night latches, 1 doz., 
$17.50; red lead, 400 lb. at 9|c; white zinc lead, 400 lb. at 17-4c, 100 lb., $16.90; wire 
nails at $3.80, $3.85 or $4.05 a 100 lb., $175.75; spruce oars, 1,216 ft. at 7Jc; galv. pails, 

386 doz. at $3.50; sundry, S92.08 813 60 

Bentlev, Flemming & Co., Halifax: birch, at $50 or $75, $104.90; pine at $70 to $140, $138.98; 

tea'k at $450 or $470, $31.09; sundry, $5.27 2S0 24 

Brandram-Henderson, Halifax: alcohol, 3S0 gal. at $1.06; dry red lead, 300 lb. at 13c.; white 

paint, 630 gal. at $2.73; sundry, $13.05; less 2% discount on paint, S34.40 2, 140 35 

Brister, Charles & Son, Halifax, coarse bags at 9-6, 10, 10J or lljc 1,558 00 

Brookfield Bros., Halifax: hard bricks, 1,800, $25.60; cement at 55c, 56Jc or 67ic. a bag, 
$165, 119 brl. at $2,35; flue lining at 20c, 21c or 29c a ft., $23.63; birch, 3,150 ft. at $20; 
pine at ?60 or SS0, $14.22; spruce at $16.90 to $25, $1,481.80; spruce poles, 22 ft., 25 at 
$1.75; sand, 600 bush, at 6c, 15 bush, at 7c, 100 bags at 17ic; cedar shingles, 185 M. 

at $3.32; sundry, $24.73 2,790 13 

Buckley Coal and Contracting Co., Halifax, trimming coal at 25c a ton. 161 41 

Burchell, James T., Sydney, screened coal delivered at Flat Point Fog Alarm, 150 tons at 

$5.62 S43 00 

Burns & Kelleher, Halifax: charcoal, 49 bags at 20c; spark clips, 2 at $5; eccentric strap, 

$15.60; sundry, $35.74 ■ • '11* 

Cabot's Dry Goods Store, Halifax: grey cotton, 1,229} yd. at 8Jc; linen, 40 yd. at 24ic 109 72 

Cameron, Wm., Louisburg: board, 9} wk. at $5; freight and truckage, $18.53 65 68 

Canada Carbide Co., St. Catharines: buoy carbide, 20 tons at $49.50; freight, $145.52 1, 135 52 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Montreal: rubber, 70 lb. at 671c; sundry, $8.54 55 i9 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Montreal: wagon platform scale, $169.65; parts for kerosene 

engines, $751.23; sundry, $10.75 931 63 

Canadian Government Railways: Scotch coal, 855 tons at $6.66; duty, $299.25; war tax, 
$251.37; insurance, $77.80; discharging at 35c a ton, $299.25; rental of rails and fasten- 
ings, $23.06 6 ' 64 ° ° 3 

Carried forward 18, 960 18 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O }9 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued Entrctien des phares 

Broughl forward 

Nova Scotia Continued NouvelU Ecosst Suite. 

alter' [ce Co., 1 (art mouth ieefo for offices, $10; ice, 93$ tons at S3., 

Chittick, S. & Sons, Dartmouth, ice, 31$ tons at $3... . .. . 

Clayton & Sons, Halih>. ,,i r, ,■„;,(,,, ll at $22.50, ;n :l i, $i , jacl 515,1, 

$17; sheep lined cc ..,; sails, 25 at $27, 57 at $25, 64 

10 in sn ; trousers, 47 pr. in. $4.50; ov< rails , 3, $3.13; iumpei , 3, $3.12 . 
Colwell,R.B., Halifax: buttei <i 45c, $61.75; cheese at 19c, 21 

i lommercial Oil Co., Hamilton, metal polish, 300 pt. al 25c 

Contractors Limited, Halifax: gasoline at 315c, 32c, 32Jc, 32$c or 33c a gal., $772.72; gas 
im oil,700gal at32c; are brick, 400 at 3 -6c; fire clay, 2,2401b., $21. 2.S; machine oil, 

788gal.al 30c; Pratt's astral oil, 80 gal. i1 20ic; turpentineat 72 or 77;.-., $64.90; drums 

or steel barrels, 34 a1 $10; wooden barrels, 3 al $1 25 
Corkum, Bennett, ( Iross Island, teaming supplies 
Cox, Arthur & Co., Halifax: repairs to boiler of lightship Halifax, agreemenl , $205; button 

sets, 2 at $1.50. 

Crathorne, G. A., Dartmouth: bran at $1.35, $1.40, $1.70 or $1.85 a cwt., $58.50; hay at S17 

or$I9.50atou, $37.82; middlings, Rio bags at $2.10; u; 60c, 61e.,80i oj !3c. a bush., 

$284.20; straw, 1,181 lb. $6.92 597 44 

< Urease, E. W. & Son, Halifax: family pilot bi icuit al ?c, 7'..-. or 8c, $223.04; corn meal, at 

84.25, $4.40 or $4.50 a brl., $43.95; gr. peas, 1 brl., $12.25; currants, at 14 V. or 15$c, 311.38; 

raisins, 100 lb. at 10$c; sundry provision, ?220. to 

Crowell Bros., Halifax: anchors, s at $2.s5, 0,051 lb. at 8|c; steel link cable, 72,649 : 

6jc; canvas, 209 yd. at 38c; oil clothe-., 2. 1.", ,,< s:;.05 a .,,at, $102.00: c. b. 

globes, 25 do/., at 80c; iron at :: lc or 3 5c, $42.32; maiiilla rope, 870 lie at 26-46c; 

Royal polish. 2,"> doz. at. S2.0S; rivets at a'.c. lie. or (lie. a lb., $28.64; wire rope, :1 (. 20c 

or 22c, S0O.54; sou'westers, al $4.75, $5 or $5.00 a doz., $20.98; solder, 54J lb. at 33c; 

flex, steel wire rope at lSc or 20c, $48.88; sundry, ¥144 6,333 69 

Crowell, John, Seal Island : hauling coal, 94| tons at 75c; meals, 122 at 25c 101 50 

Cunningham. Arthur II., Lower ( larks Harbour: hauling coal. 61 tons at $1, 48$ tons at $1.75; 

labour, 28 h. at 30c " 154 27 

Dakin Bros., Digby: sheet lead, 50 lb. at 20c.; cedar shingles, 8 M at $4; lumber, 1,300 ft. 

at $20; sundry, $20.35 . ... ....... 83 35 

Dartmouth Town: water from September 28, 1014 to November 1, 1916, $1,245.24; rem of 

tower on Exhibition building, 1 v. to May 1, 1916, $25 1 270 24 

Dartmouth Coal & Supply I a>.: hard con I al So, : :0.25, SO. 50, SO. 75, S12 or $13 a ton, $291.70; 

Acadia nut coal at SO, SO. 50 or $7.25 a ton, $53.01; blacksmith coal at $7, SS.or $8.50 a ton, 

$56.60; sand orgravel, 1,230 bush, at 8c; spruce, 10 052 M at $18; cement, at $2.25; 

75 a brl., $185.95; sundry, $10.50.. 

Dartmouth Iron Foundry Co.: grate bars lit 2c, 2$c or 2|c a lb., $688.02: coupling, 50 lb. 

at 2c 689 02 

Dartnel! Limited, Montreal: white liquid Konkerite, 24 gal. al $2.95; flax, sicco, 20 gal. at 

i5 141 SO 

Day, E. W. & Co., Lockeport: sand or gravel, 40 brl. at 50c; slip poles, 40 at 50c; power 

boat, 12 trips at S3, 3 days at S3; sundry, $10.01 104 01 

Diaphone Signal Co., Toronto: coned pistons, at $85 510 00 

Dominion Bridge Co., Montreal, steel work for steel skeleton tower on Sable Island 3,836 00 

Dominion Coal ( !o., Glace Lay: screened coal, at -$3.50, $4, $3.75 or $4.50 a ton, $444.50; 

screened coal bagged at $0.25 a ton, $6,894.70 7,339 20 

Dominion Paint Works, Walkerville: exterior Sta-white paint in boxed 5 gal. cans, 20 gal. 

at $3.25; white concrete primer, 24 gal. at $2.75 13100 

Dorey, J. T., Halifax: lamps, 25 \V., 50 at 25c; galv. telephone wire, 178 lb. at 6|c; volt 

meter, $24; sundry, $23.50 72 02 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Montreal: stockless anchors, 15, lis lb. at 9c, 10,244 lb. at O'.c; 

cable chain, l$-in, 2S.345 lb. at 4|c; swivels, lj-in, 25 at SS.50; less freight, $121.03.... 3,771 65 
Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., St. John: linen hose, 2-in., 200 ft., $44.10; couplings, 4 sets, 

SO. 12 50 22 

Dunn, James, P., Dartmouth: repairs to Halifax lightship, $120; stoves, 4, $29.75; ranee, 

$29; sundry, $76.06 254 SI 

Eisenhauer, Samuel, Hammonds Plains; packing boxes, 550 222 00 

Elderkin, H. E., Apple River: hauling water, 13$ days at $3.50; wood, 5 cords at $4; storing 

coal, 05 tons at 75c 116 00 

Energite Explosives Co., Montreal, double strength electric detonator fuses, 4 ft., 6 M at $40. 240 00 

Farquhar Pros., Halifax: dry batteries at 30c or 35c, $39.40; galv. water cans, 12 at $1.78; 
carbons, 200 at 2Sic; electric lamps, at 27c 30, 35c or 55c, $140.02; galv. pipe for chimney 

top, 10 ft., 8 in., $19; nitrogen lamps, 100 w., 12 at $1.25, 500 w., 2 at $6; tin oil carriers, • gal. 

311 at 25c, 1 gal. 12 at $1.25, 2 gal., 35 at $1.35; dust pans, 113 at 10c; galv. coal scuttles, 

28 at 50c; stoves, 17, $314.50; sundry, $220.20 942 50 



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O — 40 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretlen dcs phares— Suite. $ ets. 

Brought forward 55,075 40 

Nova Scotia — Continued — ffou it lle-Ecosse — Suite. 

Ferguson, R. M., Yarmouth harbour master, disbursement for buoys: bolts, ete., 362 lb. 
at 5c.; can buoys, 4 at S3. 25; chain, 776 lb. at 3c; labour. 4 days at $2.50. 50 d. at. S2.65; 
10 d. at $2.75, superintending, 10 d. at S3; rent of dock, S15; rent of shed, $10; launch hire, 
$19; towing at $5 an h., $128; spile driver, 91 d. at $8; spruce logs, 47 at $6; sundry, $129.11 913 49 

1'ield, Stanley, Cape D'Or: timber, 2,893 ft, at $10; teaming, 3 d. al $5; sundry, $7.40 51 33 

Francis, W.T., Furnishing Co., Halifax: Brussels carpets, 16§ yd. at $1.40, 6J x 12 ft,, $17; wool 

blankets. 3 pr. at $4.25; pillow slips, 84 at 17c., 60 at 20c; rugs, 3 at $4, 5 at $2; sundry. S12 113 36 

Gas Accumulator Co., Toronto: accumulators, complete, A 150. 14 at $385. A.W. 300, 2 at 
$632.50; recharging with acetylene, 2,200 cu. ft. at $15 per M; lanterns, 2 atr$384; parts, 

$87.15; cartasre, 83c 7,543 98 

Gordon & Keith, Halifax: white blankets at $3.80, $3.45 or $5 a pr., $62.30; grey blankets, at 
$1.95, or $2.50 a pr., $109.50; green rep port curtains complete with brass rods and rings, 
$14; Brussels carpet, 33 yd. at $1.00; inlaid linoleum, 381 yd. at $1.20; Brussels mats, 12 
at $3.25; moss mattresses, 3 at $7; wool top mattresses, 2 at $4.50, trunk mattresses, 
80at£l, 60 at 95c; acme pillows, 24 at 50c, 60 at 45c.; feather and wool pillows, 24 at 45c; 
feather pillows, 5 at $1.50; mattress covers, 24 at 85c, 60 at 80c; bed spreads, 24 at $1; 
pillow slips, 'at 25c, 26c. or 28c, $32.64; remaking and covering 10 steamer cushions, 
$75; re-covering and making up in green monk cloth 8 cushion seats, backs or ends. $19 767 14 

Green, Wallace, harbour master. Apple River, disbursements for buoys 66 00 

Guildford & Sons, Halifax: boiler tubes. 2 in x H t ft., 95 at $1; asbestos gaskets, 306J lb. at 
55c; gasket tubing, 7S£ lb. at 75c; boring tool. 3 bar, $24.50; tool holders, 3 at $3.60; 
hose. 3 ply, 2'.-in., half round, wire woven, complete with nozzle. 250 ft,, $139.53. H-in., 
4 ply wire bound, complete, 50 ft., $16.50. 1-in., 15 ft. at 20c; li-in, 3 ply, wire wound, 
atted with couplings, 150 ft. at 30c, 2-in. coupled. 200 ft., S10S; leather belting, 489 ft., 
$253.18; korting injector, $45; packing at 60c, 70c, $1.20, $1.25 or $1.50 a lb., $991.08; 
grinding paste, 16 lb. at 65c; post, hangers. lff-in., 3 at $4.70; water end complete without 
pistons, for steam pump, $255; high speed power hack saw. 5-in., $30.75; patent self adjus- 
ting machinist jaw vise, 6 in., $29.50; steel shafting. lff-in., 32 ft, at 90c; white waste, 
2,062 lb. at 141c, 2,046 lb. at 17c: red rubber sheet, 626 lb. at 48c; sundry, $361.57; 

pipes, dies and stocks, 2 sets, $32 _ 3.6GS 78 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., use of marine railway: lightship Halifax, $107.55; Barrington 

lightship, $16.20 123 75 

Halifax Marine Engineering Co., repairs to lightship Halifax, agreement 99 00 

Halifax Steam Laundry, laundry work for: lightship Halifax, $77.46; stores, $3.02 80 48 

Hanifen, P. J., Halifax; overcoat, S24; suits, 8 at $27 240 00 

Harvey, C. H., agent and J. McL. Fraser, accountant, disbursements: freight and express, 
$1,300.77; customs duties, $935.67; labour at $2, $2.50. $3 a day. or 20c and 25c an h.. 
$260.27; postage, $159.22; board of workmen at $1 a day, $52; travel and outlay. A.Mc- 
Lellan. $18.83; E. R. Morrison. $52.40, Geo. Goddard. $21.20, P. C. Johnson. $21S.84, 
E. J. Geizer, $11.15. C. A. MacDonald. $579.41, V. Mullins. $36.S0, L. Haugen, $68.20, 
Wm. Merson, $336.15, F. L. Fultz. $629.47, T. H. Phillips, $284.54, C. J. MePhee, $121.65, 
staff of Sable Island from Louisburg to Halifax, $94.71, ferry, etc.. $13.25: sundry outlay. 

$108... 5,302 53 

Hudson Bay Railway Terminals, Port Nelson: passage of T. H. Phillips. $100; provisions. 
$50.51; table ware, lost, $2.45; board, 18 days at $1.50; meal tickets, 30 at 75c; labour 
at Point Tatuan at $2, $3 or $4 a day, $153; boat hire, 17 d. at $2; gasoline boat, 17 days 

at$4 -457 46 

Imperial Oil Co., motor gazoline, 500 gal. at 29}e; freight, S11.88 159 38 

Hutt, Alex., Dartmouth, repairs to wagon 86 50 

Imperial Oil Co.: coal oil, 71.192 gal. at 20Jc; in cases. 4,900 gal. at 21|c; kerosene engine 
oil, 30.000 gal. at 20-3c, in cases, 250 gal, at 21-lc; gasoline. 1.1113 7 gal. at 32Jc, 8Si gal. 

at29Jc 22,393 91 

Intercolonial Rv.: coal ex. SS. Sheba, 557 tons, 200 lb., $3,376.02; duty. $367. 48; discharging 

at wharf at 35c a ton, $194.95; insurance, $78; rent at Dartmouth, 1 y.. $1 4,017 45 

International Marine Signal Co., Ottawa: chain, 38,880 lb. at 4c; swivels, 4,324 lb. at 8c . . . 1,901 12 
I.X.L. Stores, Halifax: caps, 2 doz. at $11; sheep lined coats, 15 at $7; sweat towels, 1 gr., 

$7.90 134 90 

Jackson, John, St. John, bags, 625 at 8c 50 00 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: black paint, 30 gals, at $1.17, red paint, 50 gal. at $2.63; 

less 2% discount 163 27 

Keating. Alex. Canso: labour. 17i d.. $37.25; motor boat hire, 101 d., $33.50 70 75 

Kennedy, W. Y., Halifax: cook's aprons, 5J doz. at $2.25; linen, 48 yd. at $1.45; sundry, $4.35 86 33 

Kenney, Wm. E., Doctor's Cove, hire of schooner Bay Queen, October 6-November 1, 27 

d. at .$4.50 ..... 121 50 

Lahey, James, F., Dartmouth: painting interior lightship Halifax, $39; painting shell plating, 

$145, sundry, $29.17 213 17 

Lapierre, John Dartmouth: crooks, 25 at $1; ladders, 725 ft, at 13c, 627 ft. at 15c; oars, 20 ft., 

3 at $3.50; spruce spars, 10. $142 365 80 

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MARINE AND FISBERU 01 PARTMl W EXPENDITURE O -41 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights i ontinued. Entretlon des phares 

Broughl forward 

Nova Si oiia I li ml inued \ out < li Bi o - Suite. 

Leslie, A. C. & Co., Montreal zinc plates, 12 12 x J, 2,062 lb. at 151c; freigh • 117 35 

Lyons, C. & Co.,, Charlottetown, coal, 9i tons at $7.75 

McGean, Frank, Ingonish, spar buoys, li at $10 

McLeod, Malcolm, Cape D'Or, hauling coal, 122 ton i DO 

Mai 9 Limited, Halifas she. ts, 12 al 70c, 81 at 90c ; tape, 7.". yd al 3c 

Maritime Cap, Limited Moi cton i aps, 108 at 60c 

Maritime Telegraph & I k-phonc Co rent of telephone toMarch31 1917 Dartmouth 

Digby, $30 Yar ith, WO; Sambro 5249.96; Marconi and Camp i [own, 530.98; Dart 

mouth Light, $24 62; Sydney, office, $38.04, resi lei of \ Mullin, $24 

$34.49; accountant's residence, $32.04; inspector's residence, 53 I; long disl in c.toll i, $6.70 

Martin. Senour Co., Montreal; painl al $1.19 to $2.50 a gal., $1,189.65; i 

gai., $23.55; chi ,7gal at$2.10; anti fouling composition, 6 cwt at$3S.50; inti corrosive 

co sition, 6 cwt. at $24.50; ml oxide, 10 gals, at 51.20; raw oil, 41| gals, at 94c : boiled 

oil, 88J gal. at 97c; putty, 700 lb at 3c . Ja >an 'I' , ei 10 gal. at $1 60; woo I lac stain, 
14 gal. at 82.75; turpentine, 229 gal. at 72c; burnt umber, 300 lb at 14c; sundry, $35.99; 
1, discount at 2' ,'. M3 99 2,1117 03 

Maxwell's Limited, Halifax: d. b. uniforms, 21 at $27; long overcoat 524, reef ei overcoats, 
2 at. $21; pea jacket:,, 3 at $17; altering suit ;. 3 at $4 

Moir, W. i- A., Halifax; machinerj repairs for lightship Halifax, agreement, $220; c i. pro- 
peller for ./. /.. Nelson, $30; asbestos rope, 399J lb. at 50 I 3 565 76 

Mood, Vernon, helping to recover Pubnico gas buoy 50 00 

Moseley Bros., Dartmouth; anti-corrosive paint, 6 cwl at $18; anti-fouling paint, ">i cwt. 

at $38 . 317 mi 

Moulton, A. & Co., Halifax: whitelead, 25 lbs. tins, 300 lbs, at I3jc; zinc white, I2jc, lbs. 
tins, 100 lbs. at 15c; aluminum paint, pints, 5 gal. at $6....... 

Murphy, Captain David, Forbes Point, helping to recover Pubnico, gs buoj 50 00 

Musgrave & Co., Halifax, V joint, spruce sheathing, 1 x 4, 15,011 ft at $25.40 381 28 

Naval Affairs, Dcpt.: white duck cap,. 21 at 72c.; jerseys, 18 D . ejean suits, 

42 at $2.01ic; serge trousers, 26 pr. at $3.60; sundry, $40.52. 

Nickerson, George, helping to recover Pubnico gas buoy 50 00 

Niekerson, Sherub, helping to recover Pubnico gas buoy 50 00 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co., Halifax: Brus-e vd. at $1.35, stair, 26 yd. at $1.85; 

blankets, 12 pr. at $2 50; cocoa matting, It; •; yd. at 65c; inlaid linoleum, 17 yd. at $1 20; 
coloured bed spreads. 3 doz. at $14; pillows, 44 at 48c; white pillow slips. 108 at 16c 
quilts, 24' at $1; spring, $2.25 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal (',,, New Glasgow: screened coal delivered to Cape Ract 

Alarm. 502 tons at $8 50 4,267 00 

Oland & Son. Halifax, hoop iron, 1,030 lb. at 7c ....... 72 10 

Oliver, George Harbour master. ( 'anso, labour on buovs, 2.V, ,1. at $2 50. 

O'Toole, J. J., Dartmouth: fitting tank seat and faucet, $23; sundry plumbing, $43 60 66 60 

Parsboro town, electric light for wharf, 1 y., to December 31, 1916 60 i" 1 

Paw, H. W., Halifax, granite mooring stones delivered at Marine Wharf, 181 tons at $8 25 1 ,493 23 

Payzant & Kins;, Halifax: block lead brushes. 22 doz. at $1 35; corn meal, 5 bags $23 2' 
cream of tartar, 25 lb. at 50c; Motts navy chocolate, 60 lb. at 28c , Hour, 8 brl at $6 60; 
told dust, 2 eases at $3 60, II cases (3's) at $4 15; molasses. 44 gal. at 59c , raisins, 100 
lb. at 9*c; rice, 200 lb. at 5|c; rolled oats, 2 brl. at $6 90; split peas, 202 lb. at 5^c; sundry, 
$109 89 

Penny, H. li.. Yarmouth, harbour master, disbursements re buoys 60 90 

People's ( las Supply ( 'o., Ottawa, purifier for acetylene, 4,000 lb. at 14jC 580 00 

Piercey Supply Co., Halifax: pine at $44 to $100 per M , $223 43; spruce at $19.50 to $50 per M . 
$31S 70; spruce poles, 12 ft. long by 3 in. at small end, 30 at 50c; birch at $52 50 or $55, 
$47.75; turned columns, 6 x 6 xli, 1 at $3 50; window frame- and sashes, 15, $106; entra 
doors and frames. 15, SUN; gutter, 4 x 5, 80 lin. ft. at 14c.;sundi y, $86 28 

Powers, P. J., Co., Ottawa, two submarine bell castings 4 : io 00 

Power, T. M. & Son, Halifax, medical supplies 61 10 

Public Works Dept., repairs to Port Maitland Light House 

Pugh, Edward B., Westport: hauling coal. 233 tons at $1; hauling empty bags, 2 load, at $1 50; 
hauling water, 8 d. at $3 

Redpath, D., steward of Aranmore: meals tit 50c. 60c, or 75c. a day, $35 30; meals at le'c, 
25c, or 33ic each, Sol 06 

Rhodes, Curry Co., Limited, Amherst ; pine door, $15; outside door, $10; panel door,. 3, $12 
sliding doors and frames. 4 at $13, 2 at $10 51 1 sashes, 5 pr. at $2 65, 1 pr., $2 40: window- 
frames and sashes, loat $8; spruce at $22 50 or S25. $97.50; pineat$40or $45, $31 22; li 
20 brl. at $1.45; sundry, $31.72 .. 41 s 04 

Richards, Charles. Cranberry Island, repairs to Fog Alarm and sheds . 

Roche, David, Halifax: glass. 3S5 lights. $33 ss. 10 x 12, 2 boxes at $6; plate glass. 30 s 60 s j, 
3li panes at Sll 25, 33 x 60 x \, 12 panes at $12 60, 30 x 4S x I, 12 panes at $9, 30 * 36 \ ;. 
48panesat$5 25,31Jx51Jx |, 4 panes at $12, 2Sx36x 1, 12 panesat $4 90; sundry, $12 90 

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O — 42 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A.' 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued— Entretien des pharos Suit. $ cts. 

Brought forward 121 , 150 07 

Nova Scotia — Continued. — Nouvelle-Ecosse — Su ite. 

Ruggles, Frank, Boar's Head Fog Alarm, disbursements: material for repairs, $24. SI; labour, 

$6.50; hauling, $25.25 56 56 

St. Croix Soap Mfg. Co., St. Stephen, surprise soap, 25 boxes at $3.85 96 25 

Scully, Wm., Montreal: uniform caps, 59 at $1.10; white covers IIS at 25c; tourmalines, 48 

at 95c 140 00 

Shaffner, I. B. & Co., Halifax: bran at $27.25 or $32 a ton, $59.25; hay at $16 a ton, $197.55; 

middlings at $2S.90 or $34 a ton, $314.50; oats at 59c. or 70c. a bush., $398 969 30 

Shaw, F. A., Halifax: bran at. $1.50 or $1.60 per 100 lb., $11; hay at $16, $17 or $20 a ton, $204.11; 

oats at 67c. or 70c. a bush., $26. 5S 241 69 

Simmonds, James, Dartmouth: blocks single or double, 20, $24 71; wall brushes, 9 at $2.40; 
brimstone, 370 lb. at 5c; dynamite, 50 lb. at 30c; dory, $15.40; duck, 100 yd. at 17c; 
files, 19 doz., $40 61; gun powder, 1 keg, $11; sheet lead, 1,742 lb. at 13c; Yale night 
latches, 1 doz., $22; Yale locks, 5, $12; step ladders, 12, $10.50; Nixey's black lead, 130 
lb. at 14c; marline, 142 lb. at 2Sc; mild steel plate, 263 lb. at 7c; anti corrosive paint, 
50 gal. at $1.80; anti fouling paint, 35 gal. at $3.80; rubberoid roof, 24 rolls at $3, 1 roll, 
$2.70; cone head rivets, 215 lb., $13.25; hemp rope, at 26Jc, or 30c a lb., $156. 16; manilla 
rope at 151c, 16fc, 23jc, or 26jc, $1,973 26; chamois skins, 50 doz. at $3; sponges, 32 
doz. at $1.60; sou-westers, 21 at 50c; flexible steel wire rope at 22Jc, to 35c, $474.74; 

tarred yarn at 26c or 32c a lb., $331 90; Bain wagon, $125; sundry, $244 44 4,339 30 

Simon, J., Halifax, freight on oil from Sable Island, 372 brl. at $4.35 1,618 20 

Smith, A. & W., Halifax: flour, Beaver, 20 brl. at $6.60, Jersey Lily, 15 brl. at $6.75, Union 
Blend, 25 brl. at $8 . 25, Three Point, 10 brl. at $S . 25; P. M. beans, 3|J bush, at $5, If bush, at 

$4. 30; gran, sugar, 1, 615 lb. at 8-3c; sundry, $74. 13 756 76 

Smith, E. D., Dartmouth: bridles, 12 at $2.50; horse collars, 3 at $5 50; riding saddles, 2 
at $20; three horse reins, 3 sets at $0.50; team traces, 3 pr. at $7, 6pr. at $9; sundry harness, 

$63.98 244 98 

Stairs, Wm. Son & Morrow Co., Halifax: bronze, 1965 lb. at $1; iron blocks, 7, $93, wood 
blocks, 49, $54.60; hack saw blades, 3J gross, $42 80; dust brushes, 9 doz. at $1.90; sheet 
brass, 64« lb. at $1 . 50; emery cloth, 28 doz., $14 60; wire clock cord, 28 lb. at 44c; adamant 
cement, 251b. at 40c; chain at7jc or 8c, $457.58; code flags, 2 sets, $91; wire cloth cords, 
20 lb. at 55c; solid bronze door sets, 13 doz., $270; files, 3 doz., $23.84; iron at $3.10 to 
$3.60 a cwt., $394.67; Swedish iron, 345 lb. at 10c; mortise door locks, 36 at $2; marine 
lights, 3, $20.50; brass cabin marine lamps, 6 at $5; nuts, 300 lb., $25.30; pumps, 3, $38; 
galv. pipe, 143J ft., $53.24; brass pipe, 23^ lb., $13.92; steel wire rope, 1,660 ft., $296.46; 
galv. wire rope, 2J in., 540 ft. at 22c; reeds for hand horns, 42 at $1; split pins, 36 doz. 
$10. 50; steel at4icto7c, $182. 51;cast steel at 12c, 13c or 14c, $29 85; brass door sets, 1J 
doz., $36; sounding machine tubes, 3 at $4.50; tarred spun yarn, 55 lb. at 36c; flax steel 
wire rope, 11 lb. at 75c; galv. wire rope, 15 lb. at 60c, 80 lb. at 55c; zinc, 36 lb. at 31c, 
zinc plates, 788 lb. at 36c; Printer's vise, $11.70; sundry, $280.33; steel channels, 875 lb. 

at 6c 3, 523 51 

Starr, John Son & Co., Halifax: twin lamp cord, 1,000 ft. at l-92c; re-inforced lamp cord, 
980 ft. at $43. 2S per M; oxide plates, 144 at 50c, 4S at S5c; zinc plates, s 144 at 50c, 48 at 

35c; Edison soda, 144 cans at 16c, 48 can at 24c; sundry, $68.26 366 04 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston: submarine mechanism, $1, 420 12; submarine bell buoy mechan- 
ism with 8 grey fibre insulators, $1,750; submarine signal apparatus, $113.16; repairs, 

$45.94; duty, $79 88; express, $3 05 3,412 15 

Sweeney, Frank, Cape Fourchu, man and team hauling coal, 14| d. at $4 56 66 

Thompson & Sutherland, North Sydney, manila rope, 305 lb. at 27c 82 35 

Tobin, John & Co., Halifax: Iris rolled oats, 2 brl. at $7.50; rice, 224 lb. at Ho.; sundry, $28.08. . 53 72 
Townsend, F. S., Halifax: purchase of 11 second hand compressors in 1914 which the Govern- 
ment failed to deliver, specially voted 2,000 00 

Union Carbide Co. of Canada, Toronto, carbide, 27-1 tons at $49 50 1, 341 45 

Walker, H. R., Dartmouth: coffee, 25 lb. at 26c; tea, 210 lb. at 26c, 100 lb. at 28c 89 10 

Walker, James & Co., London: expanding steam. packing, 2S7' lb., $283 70; shipping expenses, 

$12.86 296 56 

Webber, A. A. & Son, Dartmouth, sundry material and labour repairs 53 50 

Webster, Smith Co., Halifax: lamp chimneys, at 90c, $1.80 or $1.90 a doz., $151 30; duplex 
ruby oval chimneys, 63J doz. at $5.95; anchor lantern red cones, 5 at $4,70; plates, 30 

doz., $53.70; tumblers, 12 doz. at $1; duplex wick, 1, 120 yd. at 9c; sundry, $44.44 763 57 

Wells, J. S. Co., White Haven, provisions for White Head Fog Alarm 105 94 

Wentzell's Limited, Halifax: beef, 23 brl. at $25.50, 5 brl. at $27.75; pilot biscuit, 532 lb. at 
7{; beans, 5 bush, at $6.90; bacon at 23ic or 25c, $47.75; scrub brushes, 43 doz. at 95c; 
corn brooms, 56 doz. at $2.85; coffee beans, 100 lb. at 24c; codfish, 6 quintals, $51.80; 
50 lb. at 7Jc; navy chocolate, 60 lb. at 28c, 60 lb. at 25c; old dutch cleanser, 13 doz. 
at 90c; ham, 109 lb. at 24c; herrings, half brl., 9 at $3; flour, 15 brl. at $9 25; kraut, half 
brls.,6at$2 60; matches, 25 cases at $4.65, 750 pkgs., at 13c; molasses, 27 gal. at 62c; 
rolled oats, 2 brl. at $5 75; rice, 224 lb. at 4|c; pork, 3 brl. at $28 50, 4 brl. at $29.50, 
3 brl. at $33, 4 brl. at $36 50; pork shoulders, half brl. $1, $18, 1, $20 50; gold dust powder, 
25 cases at $4 55; salt at $1.10, $1 20, $1.30 or $1.35 a bag, $17.60, 1 brl., $3 60; sugar. 
2,199 lb. at 7-95c, 921 lb. at 7Jc; soap, Mott's ex. P. Y., 5 lb. bars, 7,235 lb. at 6fc; 
sundry, $83.66 3,059 46 

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MARINE ASD FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPEX 01 Q 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights i ontinued, Entretien des phares 

Brought forward 144,826 12 

\ ' Conf 

Whalen, T. J., Halifax: grey flannel, 5723 yds. at 15c; winter caps, 3 a( SI; towelling, 1,360 

yd. at 12c 252 11 

Whit.-, John & Co., Halifax: oil cans, I ;al . 100 1 is al 

50c; oil carriers, (2 gal.), 25 at $1 15, (4 gal.), 

sundry, $12.50 

Whitten, R. J. & Co., Halifax: apples, 6 brl ,n » ,4801b . al lc.;po 

'•■ 21 bush, at $1.20, 21 bush, at $1 10, 125 bush, at $1 18; sundry, $32.25 349 45 

Williams, A. R. Machinery Co., Toronto: jaw chuck, 20 in., $48 50;lathedog .".1 50 
\\ indsor Electric Lighl and Power Co.: electric light, 12 in. to March 31, Wind lor Bri 

$200, less 5% discount, Dimock Point, $130, 1. ..".', di count ; removing 1 370 79 

\\ ise, Ubert, I lape Sable: trucking coal at si or$l 75 a ton, $184 87; labour, 10 hr. al 30c 196 s7 
' 'are of buoys in sundry places ($10,125 SS) — 

Aekles, Walter, Northport, $34; Atw I, A. K., Port La Tour, ] 69 00 

Avery, Geo. L., Larry's River, $20; Bailey, L. S., Westport, $139 .1 159 74 

Baker. Waller A., Little Liseoiub, *'.:>; Beaver, < 'harles, Louisbui :, $343 

Beaver, Horton, Harrigan Cove, $2(1; Belfontaine, Strplien, l'.ni I ■ ; . ,0 . 

Belief, miaine,. lo sepl,, West ( Mi.'zzet. k, $30; Blakeney, Gid , West Jeddore, $90 ... 120 00 

Bonang, Daniel, i y., $15; Boudreau, Edward M., Petit de Grat, $110.74 125 74 

Boudreau, Pius Z., 'l'usket River, $290; Branncn. .I.ilm 11., ( 'lark.''.- Harbour, $99 ... . 389 00 

Briand, Lamond, St. Peter's Inlet, $ss sp ; Brophy, Edward J., Lower Prospect, 575 163 SO 

Brow, John J., Harbour Au Bouche, '■ y , $25; Burgess, Alfred, Port Mouton, $135 100 00 

Burke, James W., Main a Dieu, S5:; :;:;; Burns, D. J., St. Mary's River, $120 173 33 

Bushen, Lemuel T., West Dublin, $37; Campbell, D. J., Gillies Point, East, $12 49 00 

Campbell, John J., Glace Bay, ssii; Campbell, Lewis, Kiver John, $40 

Chiasson, Frederick, | y., $28; Christian, John D., I'pi" ! '■ '■'• 63 00 

Chute, W. A., Bear River, $100; Clark, Malcolm, Great Bras d'Or, J y., $70 170 00 

Crispo, John F., Harbour au Bouche, iy.,$25; (.'rooks, . I. H., Coddles Harbour, $40 65 00 

Crosby, Thos. A., l'usket Islands, $125; Davidson, Blair, Tidnish, | \ ., $17 50 1 12 50 
D'Entremont, Arthur L., Middle East Pubnico, $95; Doiron, John, West Arichat, $168 

Doucett, Wm. O., Weymouth, $68; Duggan, Charles, Blind Bay, $48 116 00 

Ehler, Christian I) , Crow Harbour, $20; Evans, Charles, River Philip, $50 70 00 

Evans, Mead, Chester, $105.32; Fader, Martin, Bay.-ide, SCO 165 32 

Fagan, Emanuel, Ketch Harbour, $60; Ferrand, George, Shulie, $24 S4 00 

Findlay, Edward R., Sambro., $90.39; Flei Ecum Secum, $283.04 . ... 373 43 

Foster, M. C, Guysborough, $43; Fougere, C, Lennox Pass and I lescousse, $219 

Fraser, James. Sober I. and Ecum Secum 238 84 

Gerrior, Patrick, Monsellier Passage. $31. 50; Golden, G. S., Birchtown, $18 49 50 

Graham, Wm. H., Estate of, Three Fathom Harbour, J y.. . ... 15 00 

Graves, Thos., East Dover, $40; < Ireek, Leander, Voglers ( Jove, $20 60 00 

Grover, Sidney, White Head. SSI; Grovestein, Edward, Shelburne, '. v., $10 94 00 

Grovestein, John, Shelburne, $20; Hamilton, S. M., Tusket River Port, U v., $52.50 . 72 50 

Helm, J. H., Tidnish, '. v., $14 50; Hirtle, Clyde, Tancook, I., $19 33 50 

Hubley, W. A., St. Margaret's Bay, Easl side, $60; Wm. Hunt. Sydney, $20 , 8 

Jewers, John S., Beaver Harbour, $148 50; Kaiser, Osborne, Port Bickerton, $100 ... 248 50 

Keefe, Wm., Dover Bay, $100; Kenny, James V., Sheet Harbour, $125 225 00 

Kent, Ernest W., Musquodoboit, $S0; Langille, ( 'has. T., Brule Harbour. Sis 12s 00 

Lelievre, Diddall, Grand Etang, $34; Lohnes, B., Lunenburg, Bad cove J30 04 00 

Lohnes, S., Middle South, $72; Longard, < i. II .-hadBaj $30 102 00 

MeA.lam, J. A., Eskasoni, $39; MeBurnie, Daniel, Tatamagouche, $70 109 00 

McCarthy, Alex., Spry Bay, $40; McCullough, N. H., Parrsboro, $75 115 00 

McDonald, Michael, East Bav. \ 8., $30; McDonald, Robert, Stoney I., \ y., $5 35 00 

McDonald, Ronald, St. Peter's Bu\ . M09; McDonald, S. J., Marble Mt., i y., $35 .... 144 00 

McGean, Frank, Ingonish, $70; McCillivray, A. D., East Bav, $00 130 00 

Maclnnis. Alex. N., $20; McKaj , J. W., Rosewav and ( binning ( love, $25. 45 00 

MacKenzie, J. J., MacKenzie Pt., $14; McKenzie, N. R., Marble Mt., i y., $35 19 00 

McKinnon, A. D. H., Christmas Island and Barra Strait 100 00 

McLean, Angus A.. Mabou, $79; McLean, C. G., River Dennis. S. S., $s 50 . s7 50 

McLean, Dan., Pringle's Harobur, $10; McLean, V . Washabuck, etc., $52 50 . 02 50 

McLeod, John, Big Bras d'Or, | y., $70; McLeod. Malcolm, Orangedale, $24.. . . 94 00 

McLeod, Malcolm D., Fourehu. $45; McMillan, John G., Whycocomagh, $25 70 00 

McNeil, Alex., Little Bras d'Or, $105; McNeil. I). II.. McKinnon's Harbour, $25 . .... 190 00 

McNeil, Kenneth, McNab's Cove, $10; McNeil, Murdock, $9.50 19 50 

McNeil, M. L., Johnson's Harbour, $18; Mailman, A., ( 'hegoggin, $40 58 00 

Martin, John, Orangedale, $6; Mason, L. R., Tangier, $105 ... 11100 

Matheson, J E . Little Xarrows, $:«; Morash, Xoah, East Dover. $16 . 49 00 

Morrison, E. W.. Port Hood, $89 75; Murray. Lewis, Habitant's Bav, $64 153 75 

Myers, George D., Cole Harbour, $40; Mjrer, Henry, Liverpool, $100 200 00 

Nass, George W., Lunenburg, $200; Newcomb, John M., Ship Harl i $200 . . 400 00 

i ai ried forward 153,711 58 



O — 44 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 191G : 10n 

8' GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Maintenance of Lights- Continued.— Entretlen <les pharcs— Suite. $ its. 

Brought forward 153, 71 1 5S 

Nova Scotia — Concluded — Nouvelle-Ecosse— Fin. 
Care of buoys — Continued. 

Oakes, Wm., La Have River from Bridgewater to Day Spring 35 00 

Patton, Alex., Wallace, $115; Peach, John, J y., $7. 50 122 50 

Peart, Caleb, Cooks Cove, $12.50; Penny, R. R., Barrington Passage, $458 470 50 

Perry, William O., Cape Negro and N.E., Harbour . 150 00 

Peters, Geo., Lower L'Ardoise, $50; Poirier, T. O., Chetieamp, $45 95 00 

Pothier, P. A., Goose Bay, $100; Richard, V., Tor Bay, $91 42 19142 

Roast, Albert, East Chezzetcook and Petpeswick Harbours 44 00 

Ryder, Hedlev, Argyle River and Sound, $120; Sampson, D., River Bourgeois, $55 175 00 

Seaboyer, James, La Have, $41 06; Seaman, F. H., Pugwash, $50 91 66 

Sears, C. E., Wood's Harbour, $100; Shatford, E. E., Indian Harbour, $25 125 00 

Silver, Edgar, Isaac's Harbour, $202 90; Simpson, Daniel, Merigomish, $47 249 90 

Slate, Leroy, Port LaTour, \ v., $47.50; Slaunwhite, Charles, sen., Terrence Bay, $75. . 122 50 

Smith, Henrv, Canso, $10; Smith, Jacob L., Lockeport, $30 40 00 

Smith, John, Smith Island, $10; Smith, John, St. Ann's, $100 110 00 

Spindler, John S., Lower Rose Bay, li y., $18; Sutherland, J. W., Central Cariboo, $45.. 63 00 

Tait, Win. S., Amherst River, $80; Tough, J. E.. Pennant, S39 38 119 38 

Tatty, J. H., Big Lorraine, \y., $15; Walker, Clyde, Mahone Bay, $65 80 00 

Watkins. D. E., Shag Harbour, $100; Westhaver, L., Martin's Brook, $35 135 00 

Wilson, L., Liscomb, $37 25; Wolfe, Wm. E., Port L'Herbert, $108 32 145 57 

York, Charles, Advocate, $44; Zinck, Norman, Blandford, $25 69 00 

Zwicker, Charles, Port Medwav 30 00 

Pavlists of Dartmouth wharf, 1 v. to Mar. 31, 1917 26,830 90 

Paylists of Lightship Halifax, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917, $9,195 99; board, at 50c. or 60c. per d., 

$2,683.15 11,879 14 

Pavlists for repairs at various places 1,551 65 

Paylists of foreman erectors, 1 v. to Mar. 31, 1917: Wm. Merson, $1,080; F. L. Fultz, $1,080. . 2, 160 00 
Pavlists of inspectors, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917: C. A. McDonald, fog alarms, $1,080; A. McLellan, 

buoys, $1,219.92 2, 329 92 

Paylists of Steamer J. L. Nelson, April and Mav, $483 86; skilled labourers, $171 .60 655 46 

Accounts under $50, 277 3,530 54 

Detailed under Construction 32, 315 37 

Detailed under Dominion Steamers 179 60 



LEss^-Charged to — $ cts. 

Agencv, rents and contingencies 225 03 

Dominion Steamers 32, 602 27 

Signal Service 103 14 

Maintenance and repairs to wharves 79 23 

Construction 34, 112 98 

Less — Refunds- 
Damages to Lady Laurier by Standard Construction Co 2 92 

Sales of empty barrels and old material 2, 537 44 

Cable gear from Lady Laurier, Public Works Dept 8,000 00 

Coal supplied lightkeepers 1,316 76 

Supplies to War < 'hannel buoys 304 22 

Material for St. Paul's tidal and current survey 107 90 

Material and labour to Naval Service Fleet 1.424 05 



237,808 59 



Prince Edward Island — He du Prince-Edouard. 

Advertising in various newspapers 73 27 

Salaries at agencv, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: M. Walsh, foreman, $960; G. L. Gaudin, carpenter, 

to Dec. 31, "1916, $666.53; Wm. McLeod, watchman, $730; Jas. King, caretaker, $420; 

special work with motor boats, $123. 2,899 53 

Brandram-Henderson, Halifax: lighthouse white paint, 169 gal. at $2.73, 25 gal. at $2.75; 

less discount, $10.60 519 52 

British American Oil Co., Montreal, marine engine oil, 324-5 gal. at 34c 110 33 

Campbell, Leslie, Cape Traverse, lifeboat for C.G.S. Brant 130 00 

Carvell Bros., Charlottetown: bags, 100 at 14c, 250 at 15c; gasoline, 1S4-7 gal. at 36c, 46-8 

gal. at 32c; gold dust, 6 cases at $4; hawsers, 760 lb. at 18c; rope, 1,030 lb. at 22c; soap, 

20 boxes at $4 10, 5 boxes at $2.50; sundry small supplies, $43.98 658 86 

Commissioner of Sewers and Water Supply, Charlottetown, water supplied Marine Wharf, 

Charlottetown, April 16, 1916 to Mar. 7, 1917, 1,569,568 gal. at 30c per M 470 86 

Crabbe Hardware Co., Charlottetown: copper paint, 5 gal. at $2.10; linseed oil, 42-78 gal. 

at $1; turpentine, 43-3 gal. at 95c; zine, 32 lb. at 35c; sundry small hardware, $159.22 264 84 

Carried forward : 5, 127 21 



MARINE WD FISHERIES hi P i /.' m i \ I : I. \ rr\ nil i RE o 45 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights C Entretlen des phares Suite. f ,i-. 

Broughl forward ......... 5, 127 2 

P we Edward Island Continued I i " 

muel, I iharlol tetown uil foi officers, 5 at $ 5 re tfc ! i 
Drake, J i, ii e, i i '■ tons al $4 

I.. . Vrthur, Charlottetown anchors, 780 lb. at 8Jc; shackles, 72, $189 

supplies, $12 55 
Foster,] V., Charlottetown: meth. spirits. ;;s', gal. at SI 25; sundry sn 10 54 53 

1 oster, Geo. 11.. Charlotte-town: link . f.n ' ies, 24 at 70c, 12 

36 ;ii 1.75 m d mall supplies, $179 .".I 
Cor,!. m, .1. P., Charlottetown: fleecy cotton, 275 ! 50; oilsuits, 

4 a( $2 50; diades, $16 89; -m ill - mall - ipplie , $5 35 HI 7-1 

Hogan, M P., Charlottetown hemlock, 5,693 fl at $18 per M; pruce, 541 ft i I] Ift., 

921 ft. ni $2 25; cedar shingles, 3,500 af S3 80 pel M; sundry lumber, $79 74 227 03 

Howatt, Eliphalet, French River, carting stone, etc., for repairing New I I ] 10 

Imperial Oil Co., Halifas cylinder oil, 89 gal. at 34. imin- 

ation oil, 3,200 gal. at 20-8c; sundry mall supplies, $1 50; barrels, $18 766 15 

Intercolonial Railway I 'o.; fire brii I 

ai 10c; manila rope, 1,550 lb., SUIT 47; sundry small 

$25 63 310 48 

Kennedy, Alex., Charlottetown: spruce poles, 1-2 35 ft.) at $4.50, 12 25 f 1 $2.40 98 40 

Leard, \\ . B., Souris, suit - for waiters, 4 at $22 

.. io, 

3605 tons at $7 70, 124 24 tons al $5 80; h ml nut coal 

sin 50, 2-88 tons a1 si I 25, I 1,911 22 

McCullough, Joseph L., Summerside: suits, 2 at $25, I, $22; pea jacket, $17 50 89 50 

McQuaid, George, Charlottetown, suits for officers, 5 at $25 125 00 

Milligan, Colin, Summerside: pea jacket, $17.50; suits, 4 at $ 117 50 

Moir, W . A A., llaliftf. , feed »atei filtei for ' ' < f.S. Stanley 590 00 

Morrison, Joseph, Darnley, repairs to buoys 51 90 

al Clothing Co., Charlottetown peaj t$2.75 10100 

( lntario-1 tughc ine sextant, $55; 

10; sundry small supplic , $1 15 154 15 

Paton, James & Co., Charlottetown 275 yd. al 10c; trou $2 75; 

towels, 12 doz., $23.04; sundrj !9.25.. 106 29 

Ramsay, Wm. G., Malpeque: duck, 48 yd. at 22c; building boat, $80; sundry small supp 

si: 104 56 

. ( Iharlottetown, suit-. 11 at . 275 00 

acturing Co., St. Stephens, N.B.,surpri 134 75 

Scully, William, Montreal: tourmaline caps, 24 at 9oe ; uniform caps, I a1 I 10; 

50 at 25c 
Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow, Halifax: anti-fouling paint, 224 lb. al 

ll>. at 17Jc; galvanized aticlioi , $5 
Stanley Bros.. ( 'harluitetown: linen table cloths 6 i 

wipers, 2,110 lb. at $10 70 per 100 lb.; sundry small in plie . -in 35 
Stewart, Bruce & Co., Charlottetown: asbestos I rd, 102 lb. al 25 i 

joints and tape, s44 G3: asbestos spiral packing, ti"> i 

brushes, $41. 20; corn brooms, 10 doz. ,71 ,•': a 3 • ; funnel 

lb. :i\ 3c, i. 168 

II.. at :Uc: hydraulic packing, 25 lb. at 75c; labour, 91 h. ai 10c, 36 h. at 50 : , -! d. a 55; 

lanterns, 2 doz. at $7 25; oars. 88 ft. at I5c; pipe turnbuekles, 4 al $3; propeller- 

I (Hyde , 15 75; rope, 397$ lb. tit 21c, 49 lb. tit -'lv . 

1:1 heaving line, 5) lb. at 30c; repairs to "North ( 'ape" automatic buoy, si I 

to bell buoys, 5, $262 heel lead, 76 lb at 14c; steel plate, 260 lb. at. 4c; flexible steel 

wire, 51 lb. at 42c; tool grinder, $12; waste, 300 lb. at 13c; zinc plate 

"Tauril" sheet packing, 24 lb. at $1.80; sundry small sup, ■ " ...... 2,259 17 

Taylor, T. G., agent, disl.ursemenl ,: travel, G. L. Gaud ill, S.jS 9S; A. Lord. $17 05, M. Walsh, 

$149 30; freight, $22a ;ii, e\:,n- , -i 79 electric lighting, $50.70; picking 

up ami replacing drifting buoys, $55; pilotage lifting buoys, s i ■_• labour a1 50c to S3 33$ 

perd.. sun :, 12; sundry outlay, $17.94 1,12336 

Telephone Co. of Prince Ed wai I d hange service, April 1 to Dec 31,1916 57 67 

Accounts under $50 (80).. 1,020 05 

('are of buoys in sundry place- $2,617 25 

Ar.-cnault, Sylvain S., Egl ml B iv South, $37: Brown, A., Grand River, $35 

Clark, John J., Grand River Eas - r> .Mi ( loke, Co. K, Covehead, S20 65 50 

i otiin, .las.. Fortune Bay, $20; 1 (eagle, Pheaby, Souris East and West, 825 45 00 

i leLorey, M., Brudenell River, $14; Enman, Wm. J., Egmonl Bay North, S80, 

Foster, Geo. H., North River, :?i::;>; Gallant, P. ( '., Summerside, S200 

Griffin, Chas., Upper Cardigan River, $75; Grigg, John I'., Port Hill, $40 115 00 

Harding, Boyce, New I ondon, Slid; Harding, J. 11., New London 205 00 

Hemphill, L. J., Georgetown, $155; Hickey, John, Malpeque and Darnley, $226 50 381 50 



Carried forward. 



O — 46 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued— Entretien des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 17, 743 67 

Prince Edward Island— Concluded— He du Princc-Edouard— -Fin. 
Care of buoys — Concluded. 

Johnson Bros., Montague, $52; Kinch, Michael, Cascumpeque, $137.50 189 50 

McAdam, J. J., Savage Harbour, $14.50; McCormac, Angus, Lower Cardigan, $50 64 50 

McDonald, Hector A., Orwell and Vernon River, $48; McDonald, J. J., Pinette, $30 78 00 

McDonald, Norman, East River, $32; McEwen, Albert, $80 112 00 

Mclsaac, Peter, Brae Harbour, $25; McKinnon, .las., Grand Tracadie, $45 70 00 

McMillan, Donald, Cove Head, 820; McMillan, Jas. C, Wood Island, $36 56 00 

McNally, Thos., East River, $32; McPhee, Angus, Savage Harbour, $15 47_00 

McQaurrie, Wilfred, Crapaud, $40; Oatway, Wra., Goose Harbour, Palmer Harbour and 

Little Channel, $75 115 00 

Pineau Thos Rustico Harbour, $80; Reynolds, Freeman, Murray Harbour, $200 280 00 

Rilev D J., Belle River, $30; Smith, Win. A., Mill River and Alberton, S112 142 00 

" Stewart, Philip A., West Point, S30; Thibedeau, Chas., Miminegash, $40 70 00 

Trenholm Fred. W., Beech Point, $35; Weatherbie, John, Pownal Bay, $40.25; Whelan, 

Temple, Rollo Bay. $5 SO 25 

Detailed in; < Jonstruction of Lights. $1,300 12; Maintenance and Repairs to Wharves, $4.51. . 1,804 63 

20,852 55 
Less— Charged to: Construction of Lights, $355.54; Dominion Steamers, $7,073.37; Winter 
Mail Service, $6. IS; Maintenance and Repairs to Wharves, $46.84; Ship Channel, $52.67; 

Removal of Obstructions, $101.36; Schools of Navigation, $149.15; Sales, $715. 3S 8,500 49 



12,352 06 



New Brunswick — Nouveau-Brunswick. 



Advertising in various newspapers 1 , 872 35 

Armstrong E. C, Wclsford: "Maple Leaf" cleaner, 6 gross at $10.10 60 60 

Babb, I., St. John; old rails, 5,050 lb. at $20 per ton; fish plates, $1.75 52 25 

Barbour, J., Harley, Cape Enrage: cartage of coal different distances, 81 tons at 55c, 125 tons at 

70c.;' labour repairing road, 30 d. at $2, with team, 3 d. at $4; sundry cartage, $2 206 05 

Bathurst Electric & Water Power Co., Bathurst: electric lighting from April 29 to Oct. 29 

X916 84 00 

Bathurst Lumber Co., Bathurst: chain, 200 lb. at 7c; iron, 831 lbs. at 6c; scow hire, 2 d. 
at $6- tug hire, 15 h. at $5; shackles, 22 at 80c; cedar spars, 25 at $3.75; labour, 145 h. 

at 25c, 46 h. at 30c, 85 h. at 40c; sundry, $20.70 366 96 

Bell, Thos. & Co., St. John: pine, 972 ft. at $47.50, 372 ft. at $50, 312 ft. at $52.50; poles for 
spar buoys, 40 at $S; making and preparing spars and fitting on irons, 40 at $8; spruce 

spars for "fenders, 2 at $3.75; cartage, $6 734 65 

Blizard F. W., St. John: Inverness screened round coal delivered at Miscow fog alarm, 140 

tons at S10.60 ' 1 , 484 00 

Brandram-Henderson, Halifax: lighthouse white paint, 600 gal. at $2.73, 300 gal. at $2.75; 

less discount , $49.26 2, 413 74 

Brown, Horace C, St. John: double breasted suits, 6 at $28 168 00 

Campbell, A. R. & Son, St. John: uniform suits for officers, 11 at $28 308 00 

Campbellton, Town of: electric lighting May 1 to Dec. 31, 1916 192 84 

Canada Carbide Co., St. Catharines: buoy carbide, 15 tons at $49.50; freight, $10S.12 850 62 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., St. John: single leather belting (5") 32 ft., $26.88; 4 H.P. 
oil engines, 2 at $277.50; E.C. ignitors, 4, $33.07; pulley, $7.30; contact points, 46, $16.12; 
plates for batteries, 12, at $1.10; renewals for Edison batteries, 6 at $1.58; 12 at $1.95; 
gasolene tank, $7; exhaust valves, 3, $7.52; repairs, $24.50; sundry, $100.75; less discount, 

$2.43 .- 821 79 

Canadian General Electric Co., Toronto: complete renewals for type "V" batteries, 48 at 

$1.59 .-;■■•••; 76 32 

Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Montreal: 5x6 class "E" compressors, fitted with tight and 

loose pulleys and by-pass, 2, S600; fittings for same, $11 611 00 

Canadian Oil Companies, St. John: "White Rose" gasolene, 182-75 gal. at 31jc, 517-75 gal. 
at 32Jc, 45-75 gal. at 33c, 319-50 gal. at 34c; oil: extra marine engine, 353-75 gal at 34c, 
84 gal. at 40}c, 94-5 gal. at 45c; "Lily White," 86-75 gal. at 14Jc, 131-75 at 15|c.; "Stir- 
ling" engine, 164-5 gal. at 35c, 45-25 gal. at 3Sc; "Motorine" motor, 45-5 gal. at 36c; 
"American Pennoline,"S8S gal. at 13^c to 15^c. per gal., $124.86; barrels at $1.50 or $2, 

52, $83.50; sundry, $2.93 881 88 

Canada Paint Co., Montreal: yellow floor paint, 50 gal. at $1 .75 S7 50 

Cann, Hugli & Son, Yarmouth: services of tug, 10J h. at $7, 4 h. at $10; damage to hawser, 

$25; towage, $5 141 75 

Casey, Amand, Shediac: work done at Shediac lighthouse, 15 d. at $3.25, 14 d. at $2.50; 

sundry, $3.80 87 55 

Catherine, George, St. John: buoy labourer, 7S d. at $2.25 175 50 

Carried forward 1 1 1 677 35 



MARINE A\li llsini;ii:s DEPARTAlF.y >ITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Maintenance of Lights < 'ontinui d. Entreticn des una 
Brought forward ,. ... 






\'ew 1 

Chesley, .1. C. & C. A. Clark 

u urti. I. nil crabbing 

offices, $30 freight and > ■..■<■- .. I . ..'.:: ;", • di partnn nta] officials, 

Join, K, II' . ■' .".- I '. .1. < i 

West wharf, foremen, firemen, watch lire: , etc., 17,57-1 0; buoj rork, $1,800; 

sundry dislniH'i..™i ., ,:>.',. 05 
Cliristie Wood Working! lo., St. John: birch, 1,000 ft.. S30, 240 ft. at $45, 180 ft. at 550, 150 ft. 

at $55, 3 p 3., $12; brackets, 4 pr., $6.50; , complete with iron work, 

$150; hemlock, 700 ft. at $19; c-edai ishes, 13 at $2.15 

to $:;.].., :.;... pruce, 26, Si 11 ' , > . .5. hingles. 49 M at $2.90 to 

.'•■ 
I lark, D. C, St. John West: hard pine timber, 1,980 ft. at $35 

Colwell, Estatf of ('. E., West St. John 55, 54 tons at $10; bags, 3 574 12 

< losman, Win., Seal ( !ove: boating service to Gannet Rock, 12 m. to Jan, 31, 1917, ■ 

freight on cylinder oil, $3 ............. 

Crowell, S.A. & Co., Yarmouth: canvas, 20 yd. at 36c . 108 yd. at 40c.; dry red lead, 200 lb. 

at 18c; dry white lead, 50 lb. at 14c; n ai ilia, 2 .7 lb. at 22}c; marline, CO lb. at 32c; 

oil, boiled, in gal. at $1.10, 5 gal. a1 $1.35, I i i gal. at $1.05, polarine, 15 gal. at & 

paint, red, I ■ deck, 10 gal at $2; brass poli h, 24 qt. 

at 45c; varnish, 2 gal. at $3, 1 gal., $3, I le, 400 lb. at 14V. ; wire, 273 lb. 

at 15c; sundry hardware, $149.05 ....... 

Currier, R. W., Yarmouth: repairs to fleam heater according t< ntract 157 86 

Daggett, G. E., Grand Manan: labour, 2 d. at $3, 27 d. at s4; sundry materials, etc, $19.38 133 38 

Day, 11. X., St. John: hauling and storing coal at Partridge Island, 269 tons at $1.15 309 35 

DeForest, Geo. S. & Sons, St. John: scrub brushes, in doz. at si .an; paint brushes, '.'• doz. at 

coir brooms, 2 doz. at $7.50; corn brooms, 12 doz. a1 $5.75; lye, 111 > at Sks5; "York" 

polish, 2 doz. at SB; "Lifebuoy" soap, 10 cis at $4.10; sulphur, 5 bgs. at $2.50; whisks, 

6 doz. at $1.50; sundry supplies, $17.80 247 80 

Dominion Coal Co., Springhill: screened coal, 619-6 tons at $6.25 3,872 51 

Dreskin, A., St. John: trousers, 22 pr. at $4.50 99 00 

Druininond, Met oil it Co., Montreal: key shackli - and i linches, 14,542 lb. at 9 'r.; anchor, 

2,660 lb. at 9£c; glass tubes for Kelvin sounding machines, 100 at 42c ....... 1,676 21 

Duulop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., St. John: steam or fire hose at 32c to $1 per ft., 770 ft., 

$526.16; spiial packing. !>,' lb. at 70c; hose reel, $35; sundi 620 S3 

1 1\ keman, F. A. & ( lo., St. John: blankets. 12 pr. at $3; mattress bags, 20 at Too.; shi 

16 at 93c; hand towels, 5| doz. at $2.70; bath towels, 4,', doz. at $6; quilts, 22 at $1.90; 

7 at S2; sundry dry goods, S26.54 1X7 17 

Edgecombe & Chaisson, St. John: uniforms, 7 at $28 196 00 

Emerson & Fisher, St. John: common bricks, 1 M, $18; wall brushes, .'> doz. at $11.45; galv. 

cans, 3 doz. at $1.65, 5 doz. at $2.10, 3 d. a cement, 35 brl 

wire fencing, 210 lb. at $4.90; a\<- handles, 3 doz. at $8; nail hammers, 2 doz. at $4.50; 

ladders, 120 ft. at 24c; white lead, 500 lb. at 13.85; boiled oil, 43] gal. at 75c 

at 84c; raw oil, S6i gal. at Sic, 47 gal. at $1,41? gal. at $1.08; padlocks, ;: ,!,, 

galv. pails, .5 doz. at $4.62; putty, 500 lb, at $3.15; manila rope, 1,585 lb. at 25V.. 697 lb. 

at 29jc; turpentine, 43j gal. at 73c; kitchen utensils, $'.15.28; cotton waste, 862 lb. at 

14V.; tubular steel wheelbarrow, $9; zinc white, ."00 lb. at 14c; sundry hardware, $163.49 I 
Estey & Co., St. John: single leather belting, 37 it . at 75c; boots, 19 pr. at $5; rubber boot 

2 pr., $11.65; yellow oil hats, 18 at 44c; packing, spiral, 17 lb. at 70c 2 , lb. at 85c; 

asbestos, 15 lb. at 00c, red sheet, 130 lb. at 00c, steam, 2'J'. lb. at $2.10; zinc boiler plate, 

007 lb. at 21',c; yellow oil suits, 17 at $2.35, 11 at $28.16 per doz.; white waste, 843 lb. 

at 14); sundry, $40.97 ......... 695 95 

Foley, W. P., Caraquet: cartage, sundry hardware, etc 65 48 

Foren, Wm., Partridge Island: labour on caretaker's house, 19 d. at $3 . . 57 00 

Foster, ("'has. J., Seal Cove: carrying mail and supplies to Machias Seal Island, 15 in. to 

March 3, 1917, $344.75; boating from North Head to seal Island, $30; freight, $1.95; 

sundry, $3.15 379 85 

Frauley, J. H., Point Lepreaux: cartage, 4 d. at $3, 6 d. a1 $3.50; hauling and storing a al, 

246 tons at 30c.; wood, 5 cord., at $2.50; sundry, $5 124 30 

Gallagher, D. J., St. John: buoy inspector, 8 m. at $100, 4 m. at : 1,240 00 

Gasaceumulator Co., Toronto: accumulators, 9 at :'!24. 2 at sti:;2.."0; screw connections, 

24 at $1.65; lantern, single flasher, X'.M; 

$2.15; recharging accumulators with acetylene gas, 4,885 ft. at $15 per M; sundry, $39.95 2,939 99 

Gilmour, A., St. John: suits, 4 at $28 ...... 112 00 

1 i.eation ( 'o.. Caraquet: towing buoys, 18 h. at $6.50; sundry, $21.02 L3S 02 

Grannon, Philip, St. Joint: 6" pipe. 60 joint, at 20c; range with tank. $45; stoves, 2 at $13 50 

galv. tank. ! 12; sundry, $42.50 
Gypsum Packet < o , Windsor: towing 1 uoys and i rings from Mina: Basin to Hantsport. 100 00 

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O — 48 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued. — Entretien cles pharcs— Suit< . $ eta. 

Brought forward ...... 52,58170 

New Brunswick — Continued. — Nouveau-Brunswick— 3uifc 

Harrington, W. P., St John: reefer overcoats, 8 at $20 160 00 

Henderson A. E., St. John: 6 suits at $25, 3 at S2V.. 234 00 

Holder Geo F... St. John: boat cover, $18; awning cloth, 472ft. at 20c; tarpaulin, (18'xl5') 

$32 144 40 

Horsnell, Charles, St. Andrews: labour and material chamcook light — labour, 4j d. at $5, 
18 d at $2.50; use of gasolene boat, 4} d. at $4.50; lumber, $10.03; cement, $16.34; iron 

work, $14.90; sundry, $2.90 13197 

Hudson Bay Railway, Port Nelson: sheep lined coats, 14 at $6.50 . . 91 00 

Hunt, Donaldson, St. John: uniform officers suit?, 8 at S2S: mackinaws, 4 at $6; peajackets, 

6 at 118; reefer overcoats, 4 at $20 . 436 00 

Hunter John, Mispec: hauling oil, coal etc. from St. John to Cape Spencer F. A., 17 loads at 

$5; 2 at S5.50; sundry, $9.70 105 70 

Hutchings Co., St. John: sailor beds, 57 at 80c, 56 at 85c; pillow ticks and filling, 26 at 40c; 

grev hair mattress. SIS; sundry, S16.21 137 81 

Imperial ( >il Co., Montreal: "Premier" gasolene, 38-5 gal. at 30}c, 129 gal. at 32}c; illumin- 
ating oil, 5,760 gal. at $20.20 per 100 gal., 20.328 gal. at $20.S0, 950 els at $2.08; kerosene 

engine oil, 400 c s at SI. 624, 24,360 gal. at S20.30; storage, S59.61; sundry, $11.66 13,087 36 

Insular Steamship Co.: automatic whistling buoy... 200 00 

Jackson, John, St. John: lime, 15 bbls at $1.10, 12 at $1.18, 2 at $1.25; salt sacks, 900 at 9c; 

coarse salt, 3 bags, $6.65 120 SI 

Jamieson, R. C, Montreal: buoy and lantern red paint, 100 gal. at $2.63; less discount 2%.. 257 74 

Kennedy, Chas., St. John: salarv as watchman, St. John marine depot, 365 d. to March 31, 

1917atS2perd ' 730 00 

Kickham, Thos., St. John: caretaker of lamp testing room, 262 d. to Jan. 31, 1917 at $2 524 00 

King, Fred, St. John: sundry cartage to March 31, 1917 Sol 70 

Lea, Paul Co., Moncton: spruce, 11,177 ft. at $20 to S40. S247.20; clear shingles, 22 Mat $3.50; 

yellow pine window sill. S pes. $16; freight, $25.09; sundry, $64.65 ... 429 94 

Lanteigne, J. X., Caraquet: removing gas buoy and placing on wharf as per agreement . . 100 00 

Leblanc, Z., Kelley's Cove: picking up Cat Rock buoy and making fast to its position. ... 65 00 

Leslie, A. C. & < !o., Montreal: zinc plates, 1.024J lb. at 151c; freight, $1,43 157 67 

Lewis, Wm. & Son, St. John: eye bolts, 40 at $5, 6 at $5.75, 1, $6.20, 4 at S6.90; drift bolts, 
95 lb. at 5c, 480 lb. at 5$c; chain, S09 fb. at 7c; iron, 158 lb. at 4c; Swedish iron, 446 lb. 
at 9c; spar buoy irons. 44 at $7.25; iron knees, 20 at 40c, rail ladders, 2 at $20., pipe, 55 
ft., $110; plates, 56 at 30c; stack (26 ft.) $55; labour, 39* h. at 30c, 88 h. at 50c, 39} h. 

at 60c; freight, S2.39; sundry hardware," $71. 06 1, 104 34 

Logan, W. H., St. John: boats, 2 at $70, 1, SS0 220 00 

McCall Bros., St. John: metal polish, 24 doz. at $3 72 00 

Mclnerney, Fred J. & Co., St. John: trousers, 60 pr. at $4.50; overcoats, 3 at $25; suits, 3 at 

$25, 9 at $28. 672 00 

Mcintosh Bros., St. John: cartage 59 25 

McLaughlin Bros., Seal Cove: boating oil to South Head, 7 trips, at $2; hauling lumber, 

cement, sand, etc to South Head, 16 trips at $3; kerosene, 45 gal. at 20c; sundry, $23.85. 94 85 

McLennan, James, St. John: overcoats, 3 at $25; uniform suits, 8 at $28 299 00 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison, St. John: aprons, 3^j doz. at $3.80; blankets, 24 pr. at $3, 
4 pr. at $7.25; pillow cases. 6 doz. at $2.05; waiters' coats, 15 at $1.50; Brussells carpets, 
14} yd. at SI. 35; denim, 100 yd. at 36c; linoleum, 6 yd. at 35c, 45 yd. at $1.25; mats, 
6 at'S1.45, 4 at $1.95; napkins, 6 doz. at $2.35; pillows, 3 at $1.65, 2 at $4.25; puff, $8; rugs, 
3 at S3. 25, 2 at $4, 1, $6; towelling. 765 vd. at 10^c; towels, 15 doz. at $2.55; less discount, 

$5.40; sundry, $37.97 490 32 

Maritime Hat & Cap Co., Moncton: caps. 102 at 60c 6120 

Maritime Foundry & Machine works, Chatham: making alterations on American type be 

buoy. $45; sundry, $12.70 57 70 

Martin-Senour Co. Montreal: red roof paint, 100 gal. at $1.22; less discount $2.44 119 56 

Milburn, W. J., Grindstone Island: labour, 24 d. at $2.50 60 00 

Mills. Geo., Lower Fox Island: sundry labour and material building bridge over gulch ... 54 07 

Miramichi Foundry & Machine Works, Chatham: chain, 165 lb. at 6c; coal, 4} t. at $6.50; 
iron, 375 lb. at 5c; copper paint, 10 gal. at $3.25; 50% of hauling out and launching Mira- 
michi Lightship, $80; truckage, $8.50; scraping and cleaning bottom of lightship, $16; 
labour, 15 h. at 30c, 205 h. at 35c, 60 h. at 40c, 165 h. at 50c, 15 h. at 60c; sundry, $30.98 417 63 

Miramichi Lumber Co., Chatham: services of tug towing lightship and buoys, 60 h. at $5. . 300 00 

Miramichi Steam Navigation Co., Chatham: freight on supplies shipped to various lights. 121 35 

Nevins, Charles, St. John: sponges, 13 lb. at $3.60; chamois skins, 25 doz. at $7.90 244 30 

New Brunswick Telephone Co., St. John: telephone service 12 m. to March 31, 1917, Custons 

House, 1 phone, $45, 1, $47; John Kelley's residence, $30; messages, $73.35 195 35 

New Burrell-Johnson Iron Co., Yarmouth: eye bolt, $5.50; repairs to trinity bell buoy, $50; 

forge work, 27 h. at 75c; labour, 103 h. at 40c, 149 h. at 45c, 11 h. at 50c; sundry, $26.25. 215 75 

Parker-Eakins Co., Yarmouth: lye, 6 cases at $3.20; surprise soap, 6 cases at $4.10; pearline, 

3 cases at $3.80; sundry, $45.47 100 67 

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Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretlen des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward . 75,506 14 

Vew Brunswick I ontinued Nouveau-Brunswick Sun.'. 

Patei ion, D S ■ .1 . si John Buits, 4 at 128. 11-' 00 

Pearce, Walter A.. St. John painting Back Range light towei at St. John according to agn 

incut, $125; replacing old bolta in tower, $15 140 00 

Pock, E. < '., Grindstone Island: hauling coal from steamei "Aberdeen" to shed, 60 t. nt$l 60 00 

Pidj G. B., St. John: uniform suits, 12 at $28 336 00 

Porter, Wm. Lloyd, Yarmouth: blankets, 12pr. at $2.50, 24 pr. at $3.50; mens while coats, 

18 at $1.50; table cloths, 2 at $3, 6 at $3.50; quilts, 8 at $2 50; silvei napki.) rings, 12 lit 

$1; towels, 2 doz. at $1.50, 4 doz. at $3; sundry, $44.50 ... 259 50 

Powers, P. J. Co., Ottawa: air tank 115 HO 

Puddington-Westmore Morrison, St. John: paint I, rushes, 6 doz. at. $11.50, com brooms, 

24doz. at $3.06 142 44 

Head Stone Co., Stonehaven buoy stones, 3 at $6, 27 (31,650 lb.), $198; freight, $23 54 239 54 

Redding. Wm., Yarmouth Colza, 43 gal. al 70c; kerosene. 42 gal. at 15Jc; gasolene, 47-25 

gal. at 34c; marine engine oil, 137} gal. at 42c; sundry, $3 113 42 

Reed, I itateof .lames. St. John rent of r ns in Reed Building, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1917 300 00 

Reinsborrow, Chas., Chatham cement, 3 brls at $2.45; shingles, 3 M at $2.75; hemlock, 

3,280 ft. at $14.50; spruce, 57 ft., $1.02; freight, $1.65 65 S3 

Robertson, Geo. A., Moncton: t aire. I felt, 604 lb. at 3}c; galv. iron, 156 lb at 10c; lead, 61 lb. at 

I7c, 74 lb. at 18c; S. \\ white paint, Hi gal. at S3; nails, 6 Ions at $5.10 to $5.25, $31.05; 

galv. nails, 1J ke K s at $9.50; zinc, 24 lb. al 30c . sundry, $36.09 176 66 

Rogers, William 1... Yarmouth: uniform suits. 3 at $25, 17 at $28; serge trousers, 12 pr. at 

$4.50; mackinaws, 6 at $6; peajacket, $18 659 00 

St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., St. Stephen; surprise soap. Ill) hove.- at $3.85 423 50 

St. John Brass Works, St. John: hells. (15) 5,475 lb. at 28c; flanges, 26 lb. at 50c; whistles, 4 

at $65; sundry, $4.90 1,810 90 

St. John Railway Co. St. John: electric lighting, St. John Harbour, Keid's Point, Marine 

Depot, etc., 12 m. to March 31, 1917 324 04 

Sadler & Hawo.-th, St. John: leather belting, 28ft. (4 in.) at 67Jc, 38ft. (5 in.) at 78c, 39 ft. 

(6in.)at93|c .. ............ 84 97 

Sancton, S. Norman. St. John: white waste. 1 ,500 II.. at 15}. 242 73 

Srullv. Win., Montreal: uniform caps, 57 at $1.10; white duck covers, 114 at 25c; tourmaline 

caps, 17 at 95c. 135 85 

Shannon, F. M., St. John electrical work on 3 lamps at Keid's Point 59 85 

Simon. Is, W. A , St. John: York polish, 192 quart tins at 45c; "Cold Dust," 10 cases at $4.00; 

"I Sold" soap. 25 cases, at $4 30 . . 239 90 

Sollows Mfg. X Hampton: cotton, 6941 yd. at 8}c; grej flannel, 641 yd. at 26Jc 

towels, 3 doz at $2 25 235 63 

Splane, Alfred. Tiner Point: hauling fuel oil from beach to light. 399 cases at 7c; labour with 

team. 16 d. at $3; cartage, $22 30; sundry, $1 22 ............... 99 45 

. I. & < '.. . St. John: anchor, 2,250 lb. at 9c; life belts, 6 at $1 25; life buoys, 8 at $4, 

2 at $4 50; canvas. 105 yd. at 46c; patent double 1. locks, 10 at $1 to $16, $51 70; green 

composite, 4 gal. at $2 90; duck, 44 yd. at 22c, 30 yd. at 25c, 12 yd. at 24c, 318 yd. at 

34c; cork fenders, 111 at $!; blue lights, 1 doz., $7 50; log lines. 2 at $6; hard lead, 4S lb. 

at 15c; marline, 100 lb. at 29}c; oars, 216 ft. at 10c, 552 ft. at 12c; manila rope, 3,153 lb. 

at 21c to 26}c, $744 30; hemp rope, 126 lb. at 27c, 55 lb. at 27}c; log rotator, $6 50 ; 

international code signals, $00; steel wire, 30} ft. at 40c; spun yarn, 215} lb. at 27c; sundry 

$197 42 
Stephenson, C. S. & < 'o.. St. John: labour, electricians, 30$ h. at 70c, machinists, 1 h., 55c, 

124 h. at 00c, 19 h. at 05c; sundry, $19 43 
Submarine Signal <\>.. Boston: clips, 12 at $1 02; clappers, 2 at $11 25; clapper arms, 2 at 

$33; 1 chain, $20; diaphragms, 6 at $4 02; twin hose. 1 set, $40; lower pull rods, 2 at $6.90; 

upper pull ro.is, 2 at $15; check valves, 2 at $5 52; code valves, 2 at $12 25; bells, 5 at 

$135; sundry, $46 26 
Sumner Co., Moncton: galv. iron, 294 lb. at $s 80 per cwt.; white lead, 350 lb. at $14 85 ; 

raw paint oil, 45| gal. at $1 35; freight, $2 08 
Tatton, Howard, Grand Manan: shingling roof of dwelling and sheds at Big Duck Island, 

24 d. at $2; sundry, $0 ..................... 

Thome. W. H. & Co., St. John: anchors, US lb. at 10c; sheet brass, 18i lb. at 95c; b. boards. 

210 ft. at 3c. 250 ft. at 3}c; leather belting, 104 ft. $13 65; candles, 300 sets at 10c s> I 

. 26 at 64c to $2 55. $31 91; cement, 57 brl. at $2 40, 171 at $2 45, 72 at $2 55, 4 at 

$2 85; Bird Archer compound. 60 lb. at 45c; close link chain, 66,450 lb. at $7 16 per cwt.; 

clinch chain, 005 lb. at $7 50 .per cwt.; valve discs, 111 at 5c to $1 08, $28 69; dynamite, 

50 lb. at 30c, 1,400 lb. at. 35c, 20 lb. at 40c; post drill, $14; portable forge, $19; electric 

fuses, 372, $32 47; files, 11} doz. at $1 51 to $2 87, $27.72, 6,$ 31.0; plate glass, 21 lights 

(various sizes', $147.55; glass, 11 lights, $::4 40; gauge glasses and gaskets, 6 at $2 25; 

lantern globes, 50 at 55c; wire rope grease, 20 lb. at 48c; signal halyards. 36 at $3 30; 

machine hammers, 15 at 50c to 90c, $12 65; brown Japan, 25 gal. at 70c 

Japan, 11 gal. at 60c; kegs for shackle pins, 224 lb. at $7 50 cwt.; sheet lead, 



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O — 50 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 85,000 20 

New Brunswick — Continued — Nouvcau- Brunswick — Suite. 

Thome, W. H. & Co.— Concluded. 

106 lb. at 14^c; white lead, 500 lb. at$13.85 cwt.; sole leather, 23| lb. at 50c; "Endweal" 
packing, 11J lb. at $1.45; "Vitite" packing, 15 lb. at 75c; galvanized nails, 5 kegs at 
$8.05, 10 kegs at $8.35; wire nails, 23 kegs at $3.90 to $4.20, $93.95, 100 lb., $4.63; 
paint, 70 gal. at $2.75; B. I. pipe, 5124 ft. at $5. 07 to $15.98 per 100 ft., $49. 67; galvanized 
pipe, 307| ft. at $7.90 to $25 42 per 100 ft., $39.61; zinc plates, 560 ft. at 40c; manila 
rope, 9,256 lb. at 21c to 27c, $2,178 94; galvanized wire rigging, 78 ft. at 9^c, 75 ft. at 
llic; galvanized wire rope, 115 ft. at 8c; black wire rope, 700 ft. at 18ic; wire spikes, 
10 kegs at $3.95; 5 kegs at $4.20; methylated spirits, 119 j gal. at $1.05; snow shovels, 
2\ doz., $11.35; chain shackles, 8,130 lb. at $7 50 per cwt.; key shackles, 10,597 lb. at 
$7.50 per cwt.; "Smoothon," 10 lb. at 45c, 25 tins at 38c; double expansion shields 
for machine bolts, 50 at 25c; washing soda, 2,240 lb. at $1.50 per cwt.; taps and dies, 2 
sets, $23; take-off, 5 gal. at $2 50; cocoanut tallow, 30 lb. at 40c; unions, 14, $20.05; 
Jenkins valves, 8 at $1.40 to $8.75, $26.65; globe valves, 13 at 60c. to $2.70, $16.34; 
tubular wheelbarrows, 5 at $6. SO; wire, 65 ft. at lie; seizing wire, 48 ft. at 25c; monkey 
wrenches, 3 doz. at $3 SO, 2 doz. at $9 80; freight, $25.57; sundry hardware, $577.93; 

less, goods returned, $141.54 11,869 29 

Thorne Wharf & Warehousing Co., St. John: storage of chain, 143,074 lb. at 2c. per cwt.; 

storage of carbide, 3,011 drums at 4c 149 05 

Turner, W. H., St. John: chief officers' uniforms, 8 at $28 224 00 

Union Carbide Co. of Canada, Toronto: carbide, 85,400 lb. at $49 50 per ton 2, 113 65 

Union Foundry and Machine Works, St. John: bolts, 235 at 5c to 20c, $19.41, 99 lb., $4.54; 
cast buoy balls, 20,000 lb. at 2c; iron, 343 lb. at 3c, IS lb. at 4c; Swedish iron, 50 lb. at 
6c, 140 lb. at 8c; pipe, 40 ft. (4-in.) at 60c; plate, 307 lb. at 6c, plating, 50 lb. at 4c, 
504 lb. at 7c; pulleys, 4 at $6; submarine bell buoys, 4 at $18; angle irons for submarine 
bell buoy, $140; gas buoy superstructure, $40; 2 wheels and axles, $20; repairs to various 
buovs as per agreement, $300; labour, 2S8-J h. at 35c, 448 h. at 50c, 145 h. at 60c; sundry 

hardware, $133.43 1,670 18 

Wallace, James A., Yarmouth: 250-watt lamps, 12 at $1.95; 25-watt lamps, SO at 26c; sundry 

electrical supplies. $30. 14 74 34 

Walsh, Fred. T., St. John: suits for waiters, 3 at $25 75 00 

Ward, J. A., St. John: hauling and storing coal, 65 tons at 60c; labour, S d. at $2.50; sundry, 

$11 70 00 

Walls, It. J., St. John: labour, 31 d. at $2 50; cedar logs, 3 (30-ft.) at $1.75, sundry, $2 84 75 

Ward, Norman, Miscou: cartage, $14; lumber, 2,300 ft. at $20; sundry, $3.70 63 70 

Wheaton, A. J., St. John: surf boat, 14 ft. long, $55; gravel and sand in bags, 67 cu. yd. at 

$1.85; sundry. $10.35 189 30 

Whipple, F. R., St. John: wharfinger at Marine Depot, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 766 60 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., St. John: close link chain, 7,390 lb. at $7 47 per cwt.; gal- 
vanized chain, 600 lb. at $13.50 per cwt.; dials for bridge telegraph stds, 2 at $8.50; 
pneumatic chipping hammers complete, 2, $97 60; wire wound tool hose, 60 ft., $15.40; 
Penberthy injector, $6 48; brass pipe, 49 lb. at 60c; wire rope, at $15 to $34 per 100 ft.. 
$136.88; piston rod packing, 4-625 lb. at S2.50; brass air strainers, 2 at $6 25; galvanized 
iron sheaves, 10 at $2 60; wooden blocks. 1, SS.10, 1, $11.50; duty on chain, $151.81 ; 

sundry, $160.65 1,317 92 

Williston, B. J., Point Escuminac, storing coal, 75 tons at 75c 56 25 

Wilson Box Co., St. John: plain cases. 60 at 40c, 120 at 50c, 60 at 60c, 24 at SOc 139 20 

Wilson, J. E., St. John: cook stove, $22; heating stove, $12.50; galvanized pails, 12 doz. at 

$4.61; 19-in. ruby glass, 8 lights, $10.50; labour, 28 h. at 20c, 54 h. at 60c; sundry, $3S.93 177 25 

Accounts under $50 3, 184 30 

Care of buoys at various places — 

Allain, Joseph H., Neguac Bay and Gully, $110; Anderson, J. W. and J., Burnt Church, 

$162.60 272 60 

Beers, Rufus, Maine River, $90; Benoit, Gregoire. Tracadic, $30 ^20 00 

Blakeley, Lawrence, S42.50; Boudreau, Nazaire, Pockemouche, $50 92 50 

Bourgeois, Jos.. Cocagne, $40; Bremner, C. S., Hardwicke, $34 74 00 

Brune, Chas. R., Little Shippegan, $12; Bryenton, Perley, N. W. Branch, Miramichi, 

$81.50 93 50 

Clark, C. H., Scotch Town, $35; Clark, David C, Maquapit, $220 255 00 

Clark, H. Bert, Indian Pt. Bar, $20; Degrace, James P., Shippegan, $403.53 423 53 

Doiron, S., Miscou, $42.50; Doucette, John L., Little Aldouaine, $35 77 50 

Drysdale, F., Tracadie, North Gully, $135; Farris, Thos. A., Salmon River, $7S 213 00 

Gallien, Prudent, Caraquet, $198; Gauvin, Alfred, Mizonette, $10 208 00 

Girouard, Placide, Burtouche River, $35; Gorham, Charles H., St. John River, $460 . 495 00 

Grant, Robt., Little Shemouque, $40; Hurley, L., Grande Anse, $24 - 64 00 

Jardine, J. A., Kouchibouguac and Black River, $25; Johnston, W. J., Grassy Island, 

$50 75 00 

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Maintenance of Lights Continued.— Entretlen <les phares Suite. 
Brought forward 109,688 61 

New Brunswick — Concluded — Nouveau-Brunswick — Fin. 

Care of buoys — Concluded. 

Lanteigne, X. A., St. Simon Bay, $30; Legoof, James, Richibucto, Aldouaine, North 

i lhannel, etc., $1,043.27 ........ 

Lovatt, George, Tynraouth Cove, $25; I. yon, J. I)., Millerton, $45 

Macdonald, Alex. R., Nappan River, $14; Marl lonald, Elton B., mouth of Washademoak 

Lake, $9 ■ .; 00 

McCarthy, Joseph, Musquash, $60; McConnell, R., Little Shippegan, $41.10 101 10 

McDougall, Hugh, Black River, $30; McKay, James S , Magaguadavie Itivcr, $102.90 |::2 oo 

McLaughlin, l.a Cie M., Buctouche, $152.29; McMahon, Andrew, L'Etite, Back Bay 

and L'Etang, $75 

Olson, Hans, Baie Verte, $99; Pellerin, P., Shediac, $172.40... . ... 27140 

Palmer, ('has. E., Tabusintac, $711; Perry, Ci. W., Washademoak, $54.75 . 124 7."> 

Powell, Charles, Dall sie, $350; 1: Head Harbour, $74. . 424 00 

Richard, Pierre, Grandigue, $25; Schofield, Homy, Hay du Vin 

Shives Lumber Co., Restigouche River, $1,150; Spragg, Thos. W., Head of Belleisle 

Bay, $20 1,17000 

Stiles, Fred., Dorchester, $!(0; Thompson, Fred., Chance Harbour, $8 98 nil 

Thurber, Arthur, St. Andrews, $140; Vautour, P. A., Shemogue, $35 

Walls. Asa, Miramichi River, $127; Walls, Win., Chatham South, Channel and Mirami- 

chi River, $576 703 00 

Weston, U. H., Grand Lake 

Lurcher Lightship '$20. Is::. 22)— 

Salaries o( oil, oers. 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917: N. C. Larkin, master, $1,200; S. J. Hatfield, 

chief officer, $900; W. B. McNutt, chief engineer, $1,020; F. Lanyon, 2nd engi 

$900; Geo. Doueette, 3rd engineer, .$0011; C. A. Prime, steward, $600 

Wages of crew, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ; 

Board of officers and crew at 65c. or 55c. per d .. 2,255 40 

Baker, Henry, Yarmouth; laundrywork . 92 42 

Baker, L. E. & Co., Yarmouth: coal, 616-87 tons at $7.50 to $10.90 pel ton $6,391 31; 

wharfage, $97.50 0,488 81 

Butler, R. D., Yarmouth: labour and material scraping, cleaning and painting according 

to contract 250 00 

:i, Hugh & Son, Yarmouth: trips with crew mails, etc., 8 at 

upplicd, 15,500 gal. at !.,:., 44,000 gal. at lc; freight and. 

sundry, $1.50 820 85 

Currier, R. W., Yarmouth: sundry plumbing and repairs according to contract 290 00 

Killam Bros., Yarmouth: rent, of warehouse, May 1. 1915, to Mav 1, 1'JlO, -on . o,,l S-79 

tons at $10, 5-165 tons at $12.25 21117 

Little, A. B,, Yarmouth: carpenterwork on lightship according to agreen 

ladder, $4 364 00 

Phillips Bros., Yarmouth: removing coal from bunkers. 104 h. at 30c; bunkering coal. 

51 tons at 45c; sundry, 25c ........ 54 40 

Smith, R. K., Yarmouth: painting and varnishing as per agreement 50 00 

Filey, W. G., Yarmouth: repairs to armature, $73.41; repairs to submarine bells, $68; 

work on boilers and machinery, $1,405.50; hull repairs, $200; making rods for air pump, 

$24.50; machinists' time, 22 hr. at 50c., 40 d. at S4.50; grate bars, 50 at $0e.; differ- 
ential pulley blocks, 1 set S30; check plates, 2 sets at $5; packing, 46 lbs. at SI. 25. 2vd. 

at $7, 2 yd. at $14; express, $15.85; sundry, $142.7S ' 2,360 54 

Weddleton, ,T. B., Yarmouth: making storm mainsail 90 00 

Yarmouth Marine Railway Co., Yarmouth: hauling up vessel and use of ways, 1 day, S00; 

2 additional days at $30 ' 120 00 

Accounts an. lei' $50 '0i 69 02 

l)i tailed in Construction of Lights 10.656 19 






Less — 

Refund by Naval Service Department for repairs to Little Woods Isd. Life Saving 
Station, $174.73; Sale of sundry material, $2,892.09; transfers to other votes, 
Construction of Lights, $16,001.14; Dominion Steamers, $15,371.51; Maintenance 
and Repairs to Wharves, $293.01; Signal Service, $87.98; Agencies, Rents and 
Contingencies, so. 07; Steamboat Inspection, $7.52; Examination of Masters and 
Mates, $1 34,836 25 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Quebec. 

Acme Glove Works, Montreal: mitts, 16§ doz. at $4.50, 16J doz. at $4 141 66 

Andrews. F. H. & Son, Quebec: single leather, 20 ft., S7.20; double leather, 139 ft., $174.75; 
manila, 396? lb. at 25Jc; eagle matches, 25 cases at $2.75, 25 at $2.95; Buffalo matches, 
25 cases at $5.25; Roval George matches, 20 cases at $5.25, 20 cases at $5.55, 25 cases at 
$6.20; oakum, 50 lb. at 10}c, 50 lb. at 15c; olive oil, 5 gal. at $1.25, 3 gal. at $1.50; small 
items. $4.39; less discount on matches at 12J%, $80.57 875 12 

Wall, H. L., Fame Point: cartage of coal, 93 tons at $1, of supplies, 3S loads at 50c; sundry 

expenditure, $6.01 . . . . 118 01 

Aubert, J. E., steward ('.U.S. Montcalm: board of light-keepers and their families, 43 d. at 

75c, 180} d. at 60c, children, 38 d. at 40c 155 65 

Babcock & Wilcox, Montreal; blocks, firebricks, headers, and sundry material for repair of 

boilers 5,630 00 

Bale, Andrew. Montreal: coal, 43-4 tons at $7.75 336 35 

Beck, A. W., Cap d'Espoir: repairing drain 100 00 

Behind, T. and 11. F. Smith, Quebec: cartage, $5; charcoal, 637 bags at 35c, 161 bags at 
40c; customs duties, $114.69; express and freight, S986.35; meals to workmen on C.G.S. 
Rouviilc, 6 at :'>:'.!•.. 56 at 25c; travel and disbursements of Alph. Clermont, $2.50, F. E. 
Cote, $14.17, J. U. Dube, $786.91, Elz. Gagne, $2.25, B. J. Kaine. $149.31, R. L. Kelso, 
S109.30. Ed. Lavergne, $138.97, E. Lemelin, $3, F. V. Moffet, $77.30, R. Mullalv, $60, 
.1. A. Ouimet, $416.57, Ferd. Parent, $S6.90; Ernest Poitras, $81.25, A. Rousseau, $2.10; 
wages and board of extra men on C.G.S..*li die, $32.55; methylated spirits, 41 -36 gal. at 85c. 
postage stamps for light-keepers, $29.04; car tickets, $16; sundry small disbursements 
$10.05 3,462 72 

Belinge, Alex., Quebec: stenographic report of investigation into conduct of Jules Latouche 76 95 

Bell Telephone Co., Quebec: private branch exchange at Agency, Champlain St., $445.25; 

'phone at residence of Inspector of Lights, April 1, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, $25; tolls, $5.70. 475 95 

Bisset, James & Co., Quebec: tin caps, 60 at 6c; Arctic cup grease, 125 lb. at 7c; quick lime, 
12 drums at. $1 .20; Navy Oakum, 50 lb. at 16Jc; 2 plv Ready Roofing, 25 rolls at $1 .05, 
2 rolls at $1.10; 3 ply Ready Roofing, 43 rolls at $1.30; tarred" sheathing, 730 lb. at $2.05; 
per cwt.; soft oil soap, 770 lb. at 9c, 3,069 lb. at lie, 350 lb. at 12c; coal tar, 120 gal., 
$13.50; small items, $1.59 598 30 

Boeckh Bros. .Toronto: brushes, 27 doz. at $2. 97 to $11. 34 per doz 158 34 

Boulianne, Hvpolite, Tadousac: firewood for light ships, 1.009J cords at $3.25.. 3,281 71 

Boyd, R. E. & Co., Montreal: scrub brushes, 25 doz. at $2 50 00 

Brandram-Henderson, Montreal: Japanese white enamel, 20 gal. at $3.10; Anchor pure white 
lead, 3,000 lb. at $14.10 per cwt.; Lighthouse white paint, 950 gal. at $2.72, 50 gal. at 
$2.74; English floor paint, 40 gal. at $1.40; orange shellac, 30 gal. at SI .85; sundries, 
$2.35; less discount at 2'^ 3,253 45 

British American Oil Co., Montreal: marine engine oil, 4705-5 gal. at 34c; colza oil, 669 gal. 

at 54c; dynamo oil, 221-5 gal. at 22c 2,009 86 

Brousseau, G., Quebec: ladders, 571 ft. at 15c; lime, 7 barrels at $1.35; scales, 1, $7.50; 

sundries, $8.25 110 85 

Brown, J. & W. D., Quebec: pine, 1,386 ft. b.m. at 6c 83 16 

Brown's Copper and Brass Rolling Mills, New Toronto: brass rod, 595 lb. at 42c. 11 II.. at 

43c, 15 lb. at 44c; sheet brass, 277 lb. at 43}c, 9 lb. at 48c; less freight allowance, $4,711 .i'.H 24 

Builders Sales, Ltd., Ottawa: Navv oakum, 600 lb. at $13.50 per cwt., rotary wing pumps, 

6 at $5, 6 at $6; brass rod, 34 lb. at 58c 166 72 

Burchell, James T., Sydney: Reserve screened coal, delivered at Cape Ray, 277-2 tons at 

$6.90; screened steam coal delivered at Greenly Island Fog Alarm, 114-8 tons at $9. . . . 2,945 88 

Burke, S. J., Quebec: pea jacket, $15; long overcoat, $25; suits, 3 at $21, 16 at $22; trousers, 

15 pr. at $3,511 507 50 

Campbell, A. W., < Jape Norman: cartage of coal, 105 tons at $1; labour painting lighthouse, 

36 h. at 30c . . 115 80 

Canada Carbide Co., St. Catharines: carbide', 40 tons at $49.50; freight, 42,800 lb. at 29c, 

42,800 lb. at 30c . ... 2,232 52 

Canada Metal Co., Toronto: soldering paste, 10 lb. at $5.50 per doz. lb.; heavy lead pipe, 

1,294 lb. at $12.07 per cwt.; less discount on pipe, $3.12 157 67 

Canada Paint Co.. Montreal: cumoff, 40 gal. at $1.45; white lead, 3,000 lb. at 12ie.; metallic 

oxide paint, 500 lb. at 3 jc; spirits of turpentine, 206 gal. at 70c 583 45 

Canadian Blaugas Co., Montreal: gas, 8,713 J lb. at 10c, 1,311, lb. at 12Jc; freight on cylinders 

returned, $106.42. . 1,14171 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Montreal: couplings, 5 sets at $2.60; men's Joliette fusion, 
4 pr. at $3.15, 10 pr. at $3.25, 1 pr. at $3.35, 62 pr. at $4.65, 1 pr. at $4.75; gaskets, 13 lb. 7 oz. 
at 85c per lb., 8 lb. 4 oz. at $1.25, 2 lb. 8 oz. at $1.30; hose, 1,490 ft., $530.37; 4-cavity 
mould, $16; flax packing, 521 lb. 10 oz. at 23c; rubber packing, 30 lb. 9 oz. at $1.50; sheet 
packing, 530 lb. at 34c. to $1, $2S0.92; spiral packing, 117 lb. 10f oz., $105.80; colonial 
valves, 49 lb. 4 oz. at $1.30, less 10 r ;,; wire winding of hose, 400 ft., $13.86; sundries, 
$38 90; less discount, $12. 55. 1,595 74 

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Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretlen des phares Suite. i ete 

Brought forward. . 

Qui '•- 1 ( lontinued. Qutbec Suite. 

I i ■. . . i . i i : 1 1 1 Economic Lubricant Co., Montreal: marine engine oil, 398$ gal. at 44c; less freight, 

126 89. 
Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., Montreal: leather belting, 37 ft., $23 9 I airbanks discs, 
II ili i/... {33 27 ; throttling governor horizontal oil engines complete, 3 al $713 50; lacing, 
4(1 ft., $31 10; engine part.*, $334 \2, less discount at 35%; solution for Edison battery, 
200 lb. at 8c; container, $5 40; iron body twin marine pop safety valve, $60; sundries, 
$17 60. 2,545 49 

Canadian Fire Hose Co., Montreal hand chemical fire ertinguishei i a1 510 75; charges for 

. m inguishers, 10 a1 50c. 
Canadian Government Railways: expenses in connection with fui ipplics Q ncy 173 55 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec: coal, 1,320 8 tons at $5 90 to $11 50, $8,578 9 

582 522 tons at 40c, 2,649-73 tons at 45c, 13 7 tons at 65c . 10 

i '.111.1.1 1 "ii I nun. -i. 1 1 Rand < '•>.. Montreal: compressors, 3, $1,605; li lisc't 1 . 524 75 

Canadian Oil Companies, 'Inn mi,.: ('. P. lead, 5,000 lb. at $11. 90 pel 100; cylinder oil, 41-5 

gal. at 45c 
i 'mil in. E. Victor, Quebec alarm clocks, 24 at $1; murine clocks, I at $3, 3 at S4, I at $5; 

repairing 10 clocks, $39 75; repairing watch, $3. 86 75 

'. J Ga pi repau to Paddy Shoal pier and light, and Janvrin light. 100 25 

F. X. A., Point St. Petei as temporary lightkeeper, 37 d. at $2. 74 00 

Chinic Hardware t o., Quebec: aluminum, 1 gal., Si 1/0 lb. at 7$c; ship aug 

10, 812; boy's axe s, 3 doz. at $. 

iron blocks, 2 at $16; wood blocks, doubli hooks, 2 at -" 

7 at $3, I at $5 75; double blocks, 13 at $1 10, 2 at $1 50; singli 
$8 SO; machine bolts, 1,935 at $2 20 to $13, $104 T4; gold bronze, I lb. at $2 25; 
brushes, 1 doz., $4.50; paint brusl per doz., $41 93; nider cart- 

ridges, 250 at $4 per 100; b.b. chain, 712 I),, at S6 chain, 300 lb. at $7 65 per 

nil.; galv'd chain, 263 lb. at $13 50, 25$ lb. a1 $13 60; emery cloth, . ... in 55c; 

water cooler, $5 50; maroon duck, 36 yd. at 70c; brown rubber duck, 14i 
white enamel, 3 gal. at $4 70; wire fencing, 10 rods a1 40c; file l 60 

$7.70; port: ble forge, $22 glue, 
gromn It 

68 lb. nt I2ic oi 13 . SS 6S 51 60; 

Hum steel hawser, 360 ft. at I4c, 180 ft. at 26c; brass strap him 

9 pi ' cabinl ks, 34 at 45c. to $1 ,50, $22.25; hat and e 

1 i . i, '-', 151 II.. nt $3 in I" $4 50, $81 39; Norway iron, 255 lb. at 

$9 50 per 100 lb.; soldering iron, 2t lb. at 60 I nobs, 15 at 

$1 10, 6 nea\ v line, 67 lb. 

at 34c; hemp line, 33 lb. at 32c; loo) 

locks and km bs, 2 at $4 25; .-. !I-v. 1 1 ti'.i; p . '■ 173 lb. at 9c;galv. 

netting, oi yd. at 60c ; hex. nuts, 52 lb. at 10c; banana oil, 2 i i oil, 

30 gal. .ii 93c 39 ! gal. at 51, 10 gal i $1 

1.270 Hi. in 3c to 55 I'.. $03 o:;. :::;o »., ; . :,, >'i i , i ■ $3 20, $9 !2 16; gold paint, \ gal 
$s ; anti-corrosive paint, 2 drums at $12.25; anti-fouling paint, 1 drum, $19 25; paris green, 
151b.at42c; Royal polish, 2doz.pt, at $2 55, in', doz. qt. at $1 3d. ,, do 
liron/ze powder, '-' lb. at $2 25; Gen pumps, 3 at $5 50; paint remover, 19 

nn 1 rvoir, $0; black rivets, 233 lb. at 7{c; tarred ropi I •■ . to 

34c, $278 14; asbestos rope, 49 lb. at 85c; bra 3 screws, 8 doz. at SI. 75; tin can screws, 
20 doz. at 40c: trim scissors, 5 doz. at $2 25; seaweed, 606 lb. at $1 80percwt, 
2 at $2 10, 12 at $2 30, 6 at $2 50; spittoons, 6 at $1; rnach. steel, 285 1!,. at 5 ■ 
at $3 80 per cwt., 330 lb. at $6 10: I 28 at 36c. to $1 .50 

tacks, 10 Hi. at $1 10; charcoal tin, 3 boxes at $1 i 25; turnbuckles, 4 at 52 i i; cotti 
sail twine, 75 lb. at 40c; kitchen utensils, cutlery, dishes, varnish, 42 gal., 

$106.65; iron bench vise, $0 50; double seaming mach. wheels, 1 set, $30; emery wheel, 
$3; annealer wire, 130 1b. at 4$c; seizing wire, 1,000 ft. at $1 50 per 100, 720 ft. at $3; 
sundry hardware, etc, $391 04; overpaid, 10c, 
Christiensen, Capt. Andrew, Quebec: contract maintaining Lightship No. 7 during seal 

1910. 3.300 00 

1 lollector of ( lustoms, Quebec: customs dut ies ,,n -ui,m:u ine bell parts, etc. 100 06 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Montreal: hemp halyard, 109$ lb. at 31c, 87$ lb. at 31 |c; tarred 
hemp, 335 lb. at $27 44 per 100, 45 lb. at 32c; manila, 11,759$ lb. at $21 07 to $22 54, 
$2,491 92; square packing, 09,s lb. at $23 52 per 100; less discount, $10 65 2,813 27 

Cot.-, ('apt. . I. N., Greenly Island: cartage. $140. labour, $10; telegram, $1, freight, 42c 151 42 

Cote, P. J., Quebec: linoleum, 147$ yd. at 75c; mat, $5.75; plush, 19$ yd. at $1 23; small 

items. $4 57...... ... 145 20 

( Irawford, Wm. II., Quebec: coal, 5-45 tons at '$7 50, 28-615 tons at $S. 

Crucible Steel Co. of America, Pittsburg: high speed steel, annealed, 4-0625 lb. at $2 91, 

18-125 lb. at $2.80 62 57 

Darling Bros., Montreal: vertical duplex pump. 240 00 

Dartnell, Ltd., Montreal: liquid Konkerit, 42 gal. at $2 95, Flex-Sicco, white. 38 gal. at $3.55 258 80 



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O— 54 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued. — Entreticn des phares— Suite $ ets. 

Brought forward 57, 621 98 

Quebec — Continued. — Quebec — Suite. 

Davidson, Thos., M'f'g. Co., Montreal: galv. pails, 35 doz. at $4; Jap. dust pans, 6 doz. at 

80c.; less discount at 2% 141 90 

Davis, John F., Gaspe: anthracite coal, 100 tons at $8 800 00 

Demers, L. J. A. & Co., Quebec: oak bench, S3. 50; arm-chairs, 2 at S3; feathers, 155 lb. 

at 12c; pillows, 29J pr. at SI, 7 pr. at SI. 10; refrigerator, S10; spring, 12.50 77 80 

Dominion Glass Co., Montreal: chimneys, 48 doz. at 60c, 72 doz. at 65c; globes, 50 doz. at 

50c; less discount, 87c 99 73 

Dominion Oil Cloth Co., Montreal: linoleum, 18S§ yd. at 43c 80 98 

Dominion Paint Works, Walkerville: white paint, 38 gal at S3. 25; white concrete primer, 

42 gal. atS2.75 239 00 

Dominion Wire Rope Co., Montreal: galv. flex, steel mooring cable, 750 ft. at $15.35 per 
100 ft.; Dominion clips, 72 at 9ic; galv. e.c.s. hawser, 500 ft. at S30.81; c.c.s. hoisting 
rope, 170 ft. at $15.35, 440 ft. at S23.52.-200 ft. at $33.37; galv. thimbles, 1,350 at 6c, 
60 at 8c; reels, 4, So. 85; less discounts, $11.15 552 67 

Donati, Alb., Quebec: long overcoats, 14 at S25; reefer overcoats, 8 at $18; pea jacket, $15; 
single breasted suits, 3 at $21; double-breasted suits, 63 at $22; serge trousers, 15 pr. at 
$3.50 2,010 50 

Drolet, F. X. & Co., Quebec: cutting and finishing 4 stop cocks, HSj hr. of machines at 50c, 
labour, 44 hr. at 40c; turning shaft, night and day work, machines, 69 hr. at 60c, labour, 
57j hr. at 50c; reamer, $15.60, use of power after hours, 12 hr. at $2; steel castings, 2, 
$16.35, 5,660 lb. at 8c to 25c, $537.09; sundries, S17.65 757 69 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Montreal: Dreadnought stockless anchors, 23,251 lb. at 9Jc; 
collapsible anchor, S7.25; steel bars, 1,159 lb. at $5.50 per 100 lb.; B.B.B. chain, 548 
lb. at S8.90; gear chains, 177 lb. at 59. 05; galvanized chain, 83 lb. at S13; steel plates, 
1,286 lb. at $6.35; blue annealed steel, 1,330 lb. at 85.75; charcoal iron boiler tubes, 
1,201 ft. 8i in. at 375C lapwelded charcoal iron stay tubes, 82 ft. at $1.40; seamless 
brass condenser tubes, 69 lb. at 65c, 73 lb. at 80c; lapwelded tubes, 112 ft. at 26c, 24 ft. 
at 44JC.; swelling charcoal iron boiler tubes at one end, 156 tubes at 17jc; less discount 
on steel, $1.53; less freight and demurrage, $7.55 3,240 28 

Dupuis, A., Quebec: fire wood, 9 cords at $6 54 00 

Eastern Canada Steel and Iron Works, Quebec: angle iron, 2,873 lb. at 6ic 186 74 

Fillion, J. A., Quebec: dust bane, 200 lb. at 3c; sea grass, 1,325 lb. at 2jc; white lead, 650 
lb. at S14 per cwt.; galv. pipe, 104 ft. at lOJc; putty, 203 lb. at $3.55 per cwt.; cotton 
rope, 176' lb. at 23|c; snow shovels, 3 doz. at S4.20, 2 doz. at $5; half and half solder, 
500 lb. at*33c; varnish, 10 gal. at $2 394 29 

Fontaine, Edmond, Cape Bauld: cartage of coal, 88 tons at SI SS 00 

Fraser, Capt. Daniel, Quebec: maintaining Lightship No. 3, season 1916, $3,300; board of 

workmen, etc, $9.25 3, 309 25 

Fraser, Wm. J. B., Quebec: white pine, 7,939 ft. at $60 per M 476 34 

Gamache, Aurele, Quebec: s. b. suits, 6 at $21; reefer overcoats, 3 at $18; pea jacket, $15; 

serge trousers, 31 pr. at S3. 50 303 50 

Gaunt, J. R. & Son, Montreal: gilt buttons, 12 gross at $2.89, 3 gross at $2.98, 2 gross at $3.68, 

30 gross at $3.75; cap ribbons, 307 at $1 .78 per doz 209 03 

Gauvreau, Beaudry & Co., Quebec: aprons, 1 doz. at $3, 17J doz. at $3.50; cotton batting, 
245 yd. at 15^c; blankets, 47 pr. at $1.25 to $6.75 per pr., S139.25; brocatelle, 15 yd. at 
SI. 25; bunting, 179 yd. at 30c; carpet, 81 yd. at 60c, 37-0S3 yd. at 65c, 25 yd. at 70c, 
65y yd. at 90c, 4| yd. at SI .40; coco carpet, 85J yd. at 50c; centrepieces, 2 doz. at $2, 
1 doz. at $6.50; table cloths, 61 at SI .25 to S4.25, S169.40, 1 doz. at S24, 1 doz., $25; com- 
forters, 4 at S2.75, 2 at $3.2.3; cotton, 1.157J yd. at 6^c to 12 c, $119.12; red cotton, 196 
yd. at 12c. to 18c, $30.52; counterpanes, 71 at S5c to $1.50, $77; bureau covers, 1 doz. 
$4.75; curtains, 3 pr. at $2.50, 2 pr. at $3.50; drill, 12 yd. at 45c; duck, 118J yd. at 10^c, 
4801 yd. at 12ic, 308i yd. at 15c, 637J yd. at 23Jc, 612f yd. at 24c; felt, 5 yd. at $1.45; 
canton flannel, 188J yd. at lie; flannel, 12 yd. at 50c; flannelette, 535j yd. at 13c; nap- 
kins, 33 doz. at $1.75 to $3.50, $97; oilcloth, 15 pieces at S3. 35, 2 pieces at S3. 50, 24 yd. 
at 50c; overcoats, 4 at S35; sweat rags, 71 doz. at 50c; rugs, 64 at 65c to $12, $138.30; 
sheets, 38 at 80c, 24 pr. at 90c, 12 doz. at $12; pillow slips, 49 doz. at $1 .75 to S3 .50, $144.27; 
fireman's towels, 12 doz. at 50c; towels, S9j doz. at $1.25 to $4, $179.17; towelling, 602J 
yd. at lljc,509yd. at 15c; yarn, 3 lb. at $1.50; sundry dry goods, $23.50 ... 2,708 46 

General Supply Co. of Canada, Ottawa: lever handle air cocks, 60, $14.94; I.C.B. hydraulic 
gauge, $10; asbestos-packed water gauges, 1 set, S29.70; Gensup spiral packing, 192| 
lb. at 45c; Lindsay packing, 24!- lb. at 90c 163 32 

Gibb, Alexander, Montreal: B.B.B. chains, 848 lb. at $6.90 per 100 lb.; wheel barrows, 12 

at $2.60 89 71 

Gignac, Nap., Quebec: Beaver Board, 360 ft. at $32 per M.; cherry, 290 ft. at S55 to $65, S16.70; 
moulding, 700 ft. at |c, 1,595 ft. at lc, 2,346 ft. at He, 180 ft. at 2c; pine, 593 ft. 10 in. 
at $65 per M, 26S ft. 7 in. at $70. 85 ft. 9 in. at $75, 476 ft. 6 in. at S80; shingles, 47,000 at 
$3.75 per M; spruce, 25,916 ft. at $20 to $45 per M, $733.52; sundry lumber, $19.07 1,119 02 

Gillis, E. J., Codroy: screened coal, 163' tons at $8; screened coal delivered to Cape Bauld, 

Hi tons at $9, delivered to Cape Norman, 145-062 tons at $9 2,773 31 

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MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 55 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretien des phares Suit ? cts. 

B Iii forward. 

Q . ; . I (.mi inued Qui bi i Suite. 

Giroux, Victor. Quebec: carbolic acid, 2 lb. at $2; muriatic acid, 92 lb. at 7c; sulphuric a< id 
100 buttles at 15c-. i IS! lb. at 6c; formaldehyde, 120 ll>. at 25c; Minard'a liniment, 24 
I.,, Hies ai 20c; ferro cyanide potassium, 4 lb. at $2; i ' powder, 9 lb. a1 $1 50; Peai 

.-..nip, 4 doz. r;,-r.:,i -i ii(i, sulphur, CO ll>. at 7c; i irboj ,3 ' $2; sundry drugs, sso.19 195 87 

i lyeai I'ire & Rubber Co., Toronto: sheet rubber, 99 lb. a1 65c; patching cement, 34i 54 69 

Grant Holden-Graham, Ottawa: "Marine Service" badges, 120 at 17c; iheep-lined a 
in in 56 ?5; flag, lettered, $3 IS; pilot flags, 6 a1 SI 76; Mackinaw pea jackets, Ifc doz. 
at 846 20; blue jersi ys, 420 at $2 30. 1,187 94 

Gravel, V. >v Co., Quel : dry batteries, 167 at 32c. to 37Jc, $54.52; cut grape balls, 3 at 52 

telephone boxes, 2 at $10; coodulets, 232 at 35c to S4 .0(1, $354.09; conduit, 100 ft., $6 
225 ft. ;ii $7.80 per 100 ft ; cord, 577 ft. at 3c. to 8Jc , $25.58; I. lank covers, IS at 8c, 102 
at 10c : oscillating electric fan, $26.50; galvaduct, 500 ft. at $6.80 per 100 tt., 300 ft. at 

sr.so, M u ss, 200 ft. at SS.40; globes. 27 at 80c; goose necks, 3 at $3.50; lamp guards. 

55 at 30c. to $1 .80, $53; electric lamp-. 41 1 at 28c. to 65c, $137.40; brass straight nozzles, 
24 at 20c.; extension plugs, 12 at 35c; shades, I .l..z., SI5; electric kevles.- sockets, .' 
35c; speaking tube, 110 It. at 6c; R C. wire, 5,140 ft. at $12.50 to $35.60 per 1,000 ft., 

SS0.24 sun. lrv electrical supplies, S134.97 1,0 

Gravel & Vezina, Quebec dry batteries, 50 at 34c; cord, 95 ft. at 3c, 136 ft. at .V.c, 180 ft. 
al 6;.c; lamps. 1 56 at 17c, ss a t 35c ; nitrogen lamps, 12 at SI. 25; fuse plugs, 84at 7c, 

sockets, 12, S7.20; sundry electrical supplies, S39.2S 163 71 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Hamilton steel rope, 1,531 ft. at $13.97 to $112.90 per 100 ft., $431 13; 

reels, 2 at SI; less discount at 2' ; 424 07 

Ground rent and right of wav at light stations: Vpril 1, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1917: Entry Island 
T. Dickson, So, Geb. Welch, S5, Thos. Welch, $5; Etang du Nord, Ed. Leblanc, $8; 
Grand Entry, A. L. McPhail, S5; Griffon's Cove, Jer. Sim. tic S4; Ste. Anne des Mont 
J. B. Sasseville, SS; Ste. Croix, M. 1 lesrochers, $6; Ste. Croix Back, Romain Racette, 
Ste. Croix Btir Front, Tel. Croteau, S15; Ste. Croix Bar Back, Widow L>. Racette, $6; 
St. Thomas do Montmagny, Prl.-e Bros., $1; Peribonka Middle and Inner Ranges, 
Orphelinat Agricole St. Joseph, $20; Aug. 1, 1916, to July 31, 1917, Peribonka Inner and 
Outer Ranges, J. A. Gagne, $20; June 15, 1915toJune 15, 1916, Paspebiac, Robin, Joni 

Whitman. S20 . 134 Oil 

Hackett, Wm & Sons, Quebec, towage of lightships, 4 trips at $10, 6 ti ips at $15 130 00 

Hamilton Cotton Co., Hamilton: sash cor I, 150 lb. at 33|c, 30 lb. at 35c; sundries, $11.18 71 93 

Hand, T. W., Firework Co., Hamilton: 6 inch blue lights, 12 doz. tit So; marine rocket 

doz. at S14 102 00 

Hazel, J., Quebec: brass, bronze, and copper castings, 5,6'.io^ 11.. at 40c: brass and copper 
material, 5S3 lb. at 60c; oil heater, $10.50; labour, 685 h. at 40c. 35S h. at 50c; copper 

pipe, 17J lb. at SOc: zinc plates, 309 lb. at 22c; sundry repairs, $50.25 3,222 03 

Holt, Renfrew & Co., Quebec, repairing fur-lined coats, 5 at $10 50 00 

Huot, Adolphe, Quebec: hair brushes, 5 at $1.25; mill-board, 57S lb. at 10c; Hue cleaners. 
29 at 55c. to 90c, SIS. 20; tube cleaners, 46 at 65c. to 85c, S30.55, Hi in. at 65c. to 80c, 
$16.02; asbestos cord, ISO lb. at 48c; Engineer's Favorite, 10 lb. at 75c; Indrubestos 
gaskets, 1,200 at S60 per 1,000, 42-56 1!>. at 7.3c, ls\ II.. at S0c; '-. 14} lb. 

5; gauge glasses, 4 doz. at S3. 50 to S4. S14.80; flax packing. 4S', lb. at 35c; metallic 
packing. 33-375 lb. at SI. 20, 1261 lb. at $1.25; lead pipe, 606| lb. at 14V. to I65C, $96.47: 
asbestos rope, 102 lb. at SI. 15; asbestos tape, 25$ lb. at $1.15; Indrubestos tape, 14 It 

lb. at 80c; small items, S13.31 S60 51 

Imperial Oil Co., Montreal: candles, 3,760 sets at S7.65 to S9.65 per 100 sets, $319.64; motor 
gasoline, 3.SS5 gal. at 28Jc to 32JC, 81,249; Arctic cup grease. 1,974 lb. at 5c 
sills'. 25; oil heaters, 5 at S3. 10 to S3. 55, S10.35, castor mach. oil. 122.5 gal. at 21c to 41c. 
$36.71; clock oil, 8 gal. at 62c; cylinder oil, 448-5 gal. at 34c; illuminating oil, 3,042 9 
gal. at $12.10 per 100 gal., 39.005 gal. at $14.25, 350 cases at $1.04; engine oil, 1,828-5 gal. 
at 34c, 137-5 gal. at 36'iC, 35F5 gal. at 37'.c; oil for kerosene engines, 20,121-4 gal. at 
$13.75 per 100 gal.; lard oil, 5 gal. at $1.30; palacine oil, 1,088 gal. at ISc. to 19k-., Sr.is.92; 
royalite oil, 49 gal. at 15ic; turbine oil. 84 gal., $39.31; wicks for heaters, 30, S4.05; can-, 

2 at 75c; barrels, 66 at $2: drums, 3 at $10 12 

Imperial Steel and Wire Co., Collingwood, wire nails, 25 kegs 97 10 

Independent Cordage Co., Toronto: Russia hemp halyards, 845 lb. at 32c. to 36jc, $285.22; 
marline, 192J lb. at 27Jc; manila rope, 19.011 lb. at S21.07 to $23, $4,190.73; less 

discount, $49.70.... ... 4,479 19 

Inland Revenue Department: methylated spirits, 308-15 gal. at Soc, 434-71 gal. at SI. 10: 

barrels, 19 at S4 867 1 1 

International Marine Signal Co., Ottawa, buoy head 6s no 

Jackson. C. H. & Co., Quebec: Jeffrey's marine glue. 2.040 lb. at 12c; spruce. 4,570 ft. at S23 
per M.. 3,305 ft. at S25, 900 ft. at S30, S32 ft . at S35; teak wood, 1,530 ft. at 37c, less under- 
paid, 60c 1,050 51 

Jacques, J. H. & Son, Quebec: leather, 23 lb. at 41c, 77 J lb. at 50c; lacing leather, 0j lb. at 

$1.25, 5| lb. at $1.50; sheepskin, 5| lb., $3.54 72 82 

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O — 56 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretlen des phares— Suite. S cts. 

Brought forward 103,997 64 

Quebec — Continued . 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: aluminum paint, 21} gal. at $5, 4} gal. at $5.25; buoy black 
paint, 300 gal. at $1.15; buoy and lantern red paint, 550 gal. at $2.60; floor paint, 40 gal. 

at $1.50; R. M. paint, 25 gal. at $1.60, 30 gal. at $1.75; less discount, $41.16 2,017 47 

Jenkins Bros., Montreal; discs, 672, $38.50; brass globe valves, 66, $108.34 146 84 

Lachance, G. I., Quebec: red bricks. 300 at $1.50 per 100; cement, 645 bags at 55c. to 73c, 

$380.28; sand, 1 load, $1.65 386 43 

Langelier, Capt. A., Quebec: maintaining Lightship No. 20, season 1916, $5,100; board of 2 

men. giving extra help, 3 d. at 75c. per d. each 5, 104 50 

Laporte, Martin, Ltd., Montreal, caustic soda, 1,000 lb. at $7.25 per 100 lb 72 50 

Leblanc, Capt. R., Quebec, maintaining Lightship No. 5, season 1916 3,486 00 

Legare, P. T., Quebec: bedsteads, 4 at $6.75; mattresses, 4 at $3.50; imitation leather sofa, 
$13.75; New Forest Beauty stove, $19.50; New Diamond stove, $21.65; Universal 
Favorite stove, $53; Live Acorn stoves with coal linings, 2 at $26.50; linings, etc., $23. . 224 90 
Leonard, B., Quebec: glass. 1 box at $3, 2 boxes at $4, 2 at $5,85, 2 at $6.40, 426 panes at 8c. 
to 54c, $69.56; double glass, 47 pieces at 48c. to $1.13, $25.74; green glass, 6 pieces at 90c; 
plate glass, 92 pieces at $1.40 to $11.20, $302.29; red glass, 5 pieces at 90c; round glass, 2 
pieces at $4.50; smoothing edges on 12 pieces plate glass, $6.20; wall paper, $58.16; sun- 
dries, $10.35 526 70 

Leslie, A. C. & Co., Montreal: zinc plates, 2,051} lb. at 15Jc, 2,034} lb. at 22c, 2,004 lb. at 

26ic; freight, $1.04 1,288 13 

Lever Bros., Toronto: Gilt Edge soap, 100 cases at $3.85, less freight paid G.T.R., $25.20. . . 359 80 

Lewis Bros., Montreal: cold chisels. 15 doz. at $1.90; ax handles, 10 doz. at $2; seizing wire, 

2,000 ft. at $3.60 per 1,000 ft., 2,000 ft. at $3.90; less discount, $1.12 62 38 

L'Heureux, Mde. Josephine, Quebec: repairing flag?, 37, $15.50; sewing— filter cloths, 620 at 
5c, cushions, 27 at 50c, mattresses, 150 at 10c, 146 at 30c, 253 yd. sail at 5c, towels, 93} 

doz. at 25c; sundry sewing, $36.90 19174 

Lortle. A., Quebec: deal, 15,038 ft. at S21.50 M.; oak, 432 ft. at $110; pine, 2,237 ft. at $40. 

3,438 ft. at $45, 4,846 ft. at $55, 3,130 ft. at $60; spruce, 47,694 ft. at $17.50, 10,000 ft. at $18 2.083 96 

MacKenzie, Ltd., Ottawa, mitts, 16| doz. at $9 . 150 00 

McKay, Alex., Quebec: electric welding and rounding out collapsed furnace on boiler White 
Island Lightship, as per contract, $155; work on boiler Red Island Lightship, welding, 

22 h. at $9; metallic electrodes, 32 lb. at 1.5c, chipping and calking, 37 h. at 35c 370 75 

McLaren, D. K.. Montreal: oak tanned leather belting. 490 ft., $218.46; oil tan lacing, 36 lb. 

at $1.25 less 10% discount 258 95 

McLean, John, Entry Island, painting, cleaning and setting out buoys as per contract 75 00 

McLennan Lumber Co., Montreal, B. C. fir decking, 27,1120 ft. at $63.50 per M 1.715 77 

Malonev, Pierre, Riviere a la Martre: firewood, 94 cords at $5; labour with horse, 2 d. at $3, 

35 h. at 30c; small items, $10.15 496 05 

Marceau& Co., Quebec: cotton batting, 622 vd. at lllc; carpet. 143 yd. atS2c, 12 yd. at 90c; 
linen crash, 251 yd. at 14}c; damask, 10 yd. at $1.60; fringe. 30 yd. at 35c; linen. 492} 
yd. at 14c; napkins, 100 doz. at $1.65; oilcloth, 48 yd. at 70c; tassels, 10 pr. at 60c; 

sundry dry goods, $32.39 568 43 

Maritime Cap, Ltd., Moncton, Richmond caps, 150 at 60c 90 00 

Martin-Senour Co., Montreal: black paint in paste, 1,000 lb. at 3}c; green paint, 50 gal. at 

$1.2(1; red roof paint, 450 gal. at $1.16, 50 gal. at $1.19; less discount, $11.63 664 87 

Matte T., Oiled-Clothing Co., Quebec: officers' oiled coats, 2 at $4.83}, sailors', 15 at S2.66|; 
officers' hats, 2 at 83c, sailors', 35 at 50c; vellow hats, 8 at 33}c; jackets, 29 at $1.25; 

trousers, 35 at $1.25 151 50 

Mechanics' Supply Co., Quebec: D. C. anmeter, $16; enamel basins, 1 at $10, 1 at $10.40; 
batteries, 104 at $33.35 per 100, 12 at 90c; Edison primary batteries, 2 at $4.50; leather 
belting, 184 ft. at 62c. to 95c, $158.54; brass bends, 15 at 50c; chain block, $40; carbon 
brushes, 24 at 50c; sheet carbon, 72 sq. in. at 8c; chuck, $21; colonials, 2 at $3.85, 1, 
$5.53; galv. iron conduit, 300 ft. at $7 per 100 ft., 100 ft. at $8.30; condulets, 18 at $3.75, 17 at 
$3.80, 2 at $4.80; show-window cord, 525 ft. at 4c to 6c, $25; grease cups, 17 at $1, 6 at 
$1.10, 6 at $1.70; machine dies, 2 at $4; discs, 50 at 25c to $1.44, $38.61; Penberthy ejector, 
$5.40; brass elbows, 184 at 8c to $1.10, $37.83; galv. elbows, 24J lb. at 17c or 24c, $5.36; 
gauge glasses, 5 doz. at $2.20, 4 doz. at $3.25; lamp globes, 4 at $2.25; Hancock inspirators, 
1 at $9, 2 at $18; lamps, 23S at 17c to 75c, $64.94; brass nipples, 154 at 7c to $1.05, $34.62; 
oil, 100 bottles at 10c; flax packing, 17 lb. at 27c, 146 lb. at 30c, 66} lb. at 35c; Tauril 
packing, 105 lb. at $1.15, 58} lb. at $1.20. 17} lb. at $1.30; brass pipe, 127} lb. at 65c, 46 
lb. at 70c; copper pipe, 50} lb. at 60c, 23J lb. at 73c; iron pipe, 2,177 ft. 2 in. at 3}c to 
35c, $302.20; lead pipe, 473 lb. at 14}c; copper screw plate, $21; oxide plates, 34 at 65c, 
29 at 75c, 36 at $1.25; zinc plates, 24 at 65c, 28 at 75c; fuse plugs, 8} doz. at 80c; spark 
plugs, 29 at $1.25; Detroit hand oil pump, $5; ceiling rings. 6 at $1.20; enamel sinks, 1, 
$5, 1, $9.10, 1, $12.95; caustic soda, 118 tins at 25c, 24 tins at 38c; black tape. 25 lb. at 
35c; gasoline torches, 1, $5, 1, $5.50, 1, $6.50; brass unions, 96 at 28c to $2.75, $76.15; 
Jefferson unions, 48 at 30c to $2.20, $39.23; Jenkins angle valves, 5 at 95c or $2.10, $7.05; 
Jenkins brass angle valves, 1, $3.20, 1, $13.60, 1, $17.50; Jenkins check valves, 3 at $1.05 

Carried forward - 124,490 91 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. I \ri \DITVRE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Maintenance of UrIUs Continued. Eiitretlen des pilaris Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward .. 124,490 91 

Quebec Continued. 

\1, i hanic ipplj Co. ' 'oncluded. 

or 12.50, 84 60, 2 at 111; Jenkins globe valves, 64 at $1 05 to 84 95, 8103.15; .Jenkins brass 
globe valves, 3 at $12.75, 1, $16.50, 4 at 817.50, I, $19; reducing valves, I . S-'7.r.n, 
brasssafetj valve ,3at$12; vises, 5 at $7 to $13, $49.25 coppei wire, 19 lb., $9.10; duplex 
win-, 450ft. at $3.50 per 1(W ft.; Stillson wrenches, II at 90c. to $1.35, $12.10; sundry hard- 
ware and electrical supplies, $468.36 — .. :'.,074 (it; 

Montreal Shirt and Overall t lo . Montreal a -. 301 at 21Jc; white caps, ."> doz. at $1.50; 

white duck coats, 241 at 88i 171 pi at$1.01 coat , 352 pr. at $1.01 1,014 03 

Moore, T. J. .V- ( '.. . Quebec: charts, 19 at $1.20, 47 at $1.80, 3 at 82.40, I, 87.20; bi 

magnet i, t at 81 60; small items, $16 50 144 70 

Moreau, I laudiose, Limoilou: asbestos cement, 19 bags at $1 25, 3 bags at >l 50, 5 bags at $1 75; 
empty bags, 12,500 a 5c 10 100 at 6c; special fire brick ,612at Ic, 843 at4Jc; castings, 

4341b at 6c; fireclay, J ;sat$l 05, I I baas at 51 25, 26 bag it 81.50; air cell covering, 

50 ft. at 32c; asbestos pipe covering. 100 fl at llic; repairs to boilers, etc. of Lightship 

Arctic, $184, Prina > I. $45, White Island, $45; sand, 16 loads : 

broken ■. d.atsj, unbroken stone, 12 loads at $2.10 

Morris, Herbert, Crane and Hoist Co., Toronto geai chain blocks, l of 1J 

tons, $40.50, I of 3 tons, $72 

Murphj & Weir, Quebec mill board, 1205 lb. at 10c; gem flue cleaners, 223 in. at $1 25; 
Hue cleaners, 6 at $1.55 to $1.90, $10 I", gaskets, 6 lb. at 7.").'.. 26 lb. at 83c . 38J lb. at 
$1.05; gauge glasses, 4 doz. at $3; cup grease, 100 lb. at 8c; auto packing, 17 lb at 81.50; 
English choice packing, 7J lb. at $1.60; Lindsay packing, 77', lb 
314 lb. al 19c i best is sheet, 12 lb. at 90c; Southagraph, 195 lb. at $1.10, 10$ lb 
$1.25; 11 lb. it 95c; special rubber tubing, 4 ft. at 25c. . : 

Myrand & Pouliot, Quebec, cotton, 897$ yd. at 7Jc 

Nesbitt, E. T., Quebe 

yellow wood, 1,206 ft at $120 per M 243 26 

Nicholson File Co., Port Hope, files, 54J doz 126 46 

Nova Scotia Steel and ( !oal < io., Quebec: Sydney steam coal, 799- 15 tons at S4.03, 3,001 755 
teas at 85.25 ipe Salmon, 50 tons at $8.90; I 

and trimming 632 tons at 27jc 

O'Neil, Wm., Quebec: suits for t C.G Rouville, 11 at $22, 2 at $21; ti 

:u $3.50 .. 

Ontario Hughe O boat compass, $16; standard 

ship log, 832; English liquid compass, repaired, re-la ■quered 

Ottawa Paint V i I lead, 550 lb at 811.75 per 100 lb.: boiled linseed oil, 

423gal. at 70c; pure 000 lb. at S13 10 per 100 lb.; 

. I'd t, Li i is coal, I ' tons at 510; bagging, 2 ton> .it 50c; 

Patry, Uf red, Cape ^.nguille cartage of coal, 166 ton at 15 
i 
i' illing Mills, Montreal: steel straps, 5,960 lb. at S3 per 100 lb 

People's Gas Supply Co., Ottawa irli as purif' mat rial 2,000 lb. o I4je 

Petrie, Alex. <S Son, I juebec tarpaulin rati. . ■ 

49c, 531 yd. at 53$c; duck, 3,4782 yd. at 20c. 1 i 93t . 81,111 15; p 

Pilkington Bros . Montreal plat i glass, 700 ft. at $5 62, per 100 ft., 600 ft. at 85 87, I pi 

$29 61 104 17 

Piper, Hiram L., Co., Montreal: duplex ruby chimneys, 215 at $5 75 per doz., 20d 

nor lights, 6 at 86 15; I 2 at $3 50 276 92 

Plume & Atwood M'f'g. Co., Waterbury: bt i ■ burners, 50 di 

2 at 50c , le d ■■ i 96c 95 04 

Poitras, Ernest, Qui bee: installing new cylinders at Bicqui I fog alarm, 295 hr, at 28c, plus 
1091 

Pouliot, Phidime, lie d'Orleans: rowboat, 18 ft. long at 86 50 per ft 117 00 

I loal ' lo., Qui I" i - a ! coal, 5-015 tons at >', 27), 15- IS tons at S7 50, 5 06 tons at 
$7 77 189 43 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners: wintering lightships, Arcic ; i't 53, Princess Shoal, $6 90, 
Redlsland, $11 22. White Island, Slit 23 

Quebec Railway Light Heat & Power ( !o.: electric current . . . . 130 84 

Renaud, .1. B., & Co., Quebec: Bon Ami, 30 doz. at ?1 20; bath bricks, '3 doz, at 45c; Old 
Duti-h Cleanser, 1 box, $3 60; lye, 8 cases at 84 30, 1 Mil., 86 50; Pearline, 50 cases at 
$3 90, 25 cases at 84, 1(1 cases at 84 (),">; e,,arse salt. 17 bags, 817 25; soap, 10 gross at $3 25, 
12 gross at $3 50; washing soda, 5,6001b at $1 50 per 100 lb 593 10 

Rennie, E, II.. Cape Ray: carting, 248$ tons coal at 81, supplies, $7; postage, 50c; repairs 

to road from landing to station, 825 281 00 

Robertson, James Co.. Montreal: brass bibbs, 24 at $1 95; galv. iron, 601 lb. at $6 35, 1,357 

lb. at ?7 25; tinned rivets, 1,000, $2 50; bright wire. 7,7 lb. at IV , less discount, $3 77 184 64 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal: burners for Primus torch, >i at $1.65; hot rolled copper, 
230 lb., $92.07; steel channels, 2,925 lb. at $4 25; steel plates, 1,7871b at $4 30; seamless 
brass tubing, 412; 11,,, SIM '.it; postage, 18c; less discount, $9 70 475 54 



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O — 58 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des pharcs— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 157, 664 46 

Quebec — Continued . 

Royal Polishes Co., Montreal: Royal liquid metal polish, No. 2, } gr. at $20, No. 3, 6 gr. 

at $24.30, No. 4, 3* gr. at $40.50, No. 5, 2\ gr. at $67.50 461 30 

Russel, Hugh & Sens, Montreal: steel plates, 5,370 lb. at $2.70 per 100 lb., 1,760 lb. at $4.90, 

1,455 lb. at $5.02; less freight allowed to Quebec, $24.64 279 63 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos., Quebec: cartage, 1,319 loads at 40c, 10 at 75c, 4 at $1, 3 at $1.50, 26 at 

$2, 3 at $2 . 50, 1 at $3, 1 at $4; manure, 36 bags at 40c 624 50 

Scarfe & Co., Brantford: durable body finishing varnish, 30 gal. at $2.70 81 00 

Scully, Wm., Montreal: cap badges, petty officers', 150 at $1.12, chief officers', 175 at $1.50; 
buttons, 39 doz. at $1.25 per gr., 65 doz. at $1.75; tourmaline caps, 59 at 95c; uniform 

caps, 64 at $1 . 10; white covers, 92 at 25c; cap pillows, 3 doz. at $1 .81 per doz 598 93 

Shaw & Evans, Montreal: chamois, 6§ kips at $15.25 101 66 

Shaw, S. J. & Co., Quebec: corn brooms, 75 doz. at $2.65, 10 doz. at $4 25, 52 doz. at $4.50; 
brushes, 25} doz. at 90c to $3.50, $29.75; sash cord, 50 lb. at 30c. to 38c, $16.65; round 
files, 4 doz., $0.54; grommets, 3 gr. at $2.50, 4 gr. at $3; brass hinges, 3 pr. at $1.65; Yale 
latches, 1 doz., $15; white lead, 475 lb. at $10.50 per 100 lb.; g. w. lead, 1,525 lb. at $13 . 75. 
100 1!)., $14 .80; cod line, 10 lb. at 50c; brass rim locks, 3 at $3; cocoa mats, 10| doz. 
at $9 to $14, $135.95; cotton mops, 9 doz. at $2.60; wire nails, 10 kegs at $3.35, 1,500 
lb. at $4. 50 to $5.50, $72.15; boiled linseed oil, 46 gal. at $1.15; spring oilers, 1 doz., $4.50; 
R. M. Paint, 3 gal. at $2.55; Tripoli powder, 3 doz. at $2.25; braided rope, 200 lb. at. 
30c to 32c, $60.50; cotton rope, 4S lb. at 28c; manila rope, 13,528 lb. at 20c, to 24c, 
$2,631; grain scoops, 10 doz. at $8.70; galv. coal scuttles, 1 doz., $5.50; washing soda, 
1,600 lb. at $1.75 per 100 lb., turpentine, Sli gal. at 65c; cotton sail twine, 75 lb. at 65c; 
patent unions, 348, $47.33; cotton waste, 3,608 lb. at 9$c, 7,849 lb. at lie, 2,823 lb. at 
13c; corn whisks, 10 doz. at $1.15; steel wire, 20 lb. at 30c; monkey wrenches, 1 doz., 

$5.50; kitchen utensils, etc., $418.81; sundry hardware, $216.36 6,398 53 

Sherwin-Williams Co., of Canada: medium yellow paint, 30 gal. at $2.25; less discount at 

2% 66 15 

Simard, H. B., Quebec: s. b. suits, 10 at $21; d. b. suits, 17 at $22; serge trousers, 32 pr. at 

$3.50 696 00 

Simonds Canada Saw Co., Montreal: files, 65| doz., $170.42; hack saws and blades, $7.8S . . 178 30 

Smart-Woods Co., Ottawa: blue ensigns, 24 at $2.24, 3 at $3.75, 2 at $6.37; blue jacks, 2 at 

$2 . 20 82 15 

Steel Co. of Canada, Montreal: round iron, 2,931 lb. at $2.80; square iron, 2,903 lb. at $2.60; 

freight on 5,834 lb. at 14$c 166 00 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston: submarine signal parts 967 38 

Terreau & Racine, Quebec: enam. basins, 2 at $3.25; steel castings, 159,457 lb. at 2Jc, 2,950$ 

lb. at 5c, 65-J lb. at 8c; stoves, 23 at $9 to $26, $259.25; stove parts, $153.90 4,559 13 

Theriault, P. E., Cape Rosier: cartage of supplies, etc., $19.75; firewood, 6 cords at $5; 

repairing roof of oil shed, $55.49 105 24 

Thomas Co., Quebec: home lamp bowls, 5 doz. at $2.25; chimneys, 25 doz. at $1.08, 12 doz. 
at SI .40, 67 at $1 . 10 per doz.; covered dishes, 6 at 75c; water filters, 2 at $6; C. B. globes, 
75 doz. at 60c to 70c, S43.65; red lantern globes, 2 doz. at $3; lamps, 13 at 95c; marine 
lamps, 2 at $3, 2 at $4; C. B. lanterns, i\ doz. at $7.75; dish mops, 20 doz. at 37|c; wicks, 

6 gr. at 80c; sundry dishes, etc, $126.83 327 70 

Thomas, Paul, Belle Isle S. W.: cartage of all supplies in connection with the light station 

season 1916 100 00 

Thorn, John S., Quebec: towing buoys, 2 trips at $5; towing lightships, 8 trips at 10 90 00 

Trinity House, Dublin: 5 in. sirens, 2 174 80 

Turcotte, Cleop., Quebec: ice, 265} tons at $4, 8 tons to Levis at $6; contract for ice for offices 

of Marine Dept., Quebec, May 1 to Oct. 1, 1916, $40 1, 151 00 

Turner Bros., Canada, Montreal: Lindsay packing, 6$ lb. at 90c; Endurol h. p. joint packing, 
406 lb. at 95c; cotton wick, 75 lb. at 22c; asbestos wick, 78 lb. at 25c; less discount, 

12c 427 43 

Two Macs, Ottawa: mufflers, 45 doz. at $11 .40 513 00 

TJsines Generales de Chars et de Machineries, Quebec: blades for Pickering governor, $5; 

Pickering regulator, $24.50; shaft, 166 lb. at 9c; sundry machine supplies, $5.85 50 29 

Vennat, Raoul, Montreal: cap badges 99 90 

Victoria Foundry Co., Ottawa: eight foot lantern complete with murette 975 00 

Walker, Jas. & Co., London, Eng.: expanding steam packing, 70| lb 80 01 

West Disinfecting Co., Montreal: coro-noleum, 46 gal. at $1 .80 82 80 

Wiley, A. T. & Co., Montreal: baking dishes, 254 at $1.30 per doz.; butterdishes, 58 at $5.40 
per doz.; oatmeal dishes, 257 at $1.25 per doz.; sauce dishes, 32J doz. at $1.30, 21| doz. 
at $1.90, plates, 43 doz at Soc, 53 doz. at $1.05,63} doz. at $1.50,514 at $1.30 per doz.; 
soup tureens, 73 at $2.12; 5% increase on all crockery, $28.05; glass lamps, 3 doz. at 

$2.30 595 93 

Wilkins, Robert C. Co., Farnham: caps, 5 doz. at $1.50; coats, 57$ doz. at $11.40, 15 doz. 

at $11.50; overalls, 1, 127 at SI 1.40 per doz 1,906 15 

Wolfe, A. Harry, Montreal: uniform caps, 48 at $1.10; cap covers, 96 at 25c; tourmalines; 34 

at 95c 109 10 

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MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURE O — 59 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Maintenance of Lights < ontii d Entretien des phares 

Brought forward 179,713 47 

Q i lontinued. 

Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation N ■■■.■. York: connecting rod 66 00 

Wyatt, Thus. M ., Point Amour: freight, SI 1 07 ; hire of horse for carting supplies, 1 year, 

$100 111 07 

Wyatt. \\ . G., Belle [sle: cartage of coal and other supplies to station, 110 load at 50c .">.", mi 

Yates, Alfred, I. to: gold braid, U2f yd yd. at 26c 

Young, Herman, Co., Quebec: aluminium, 2 gal. at $7.25; anchors, '.'1 lb. al 10c. to 22c, 
$12; axes, 71 al 54c to 90c, 543 05; beeswax, 5j Lb. at 65c, 12 lb. at $1; hack sa t 
•2132 doz. at 60c to $1 50, $159 05; carriage bolts, 144 at 6}c, 25 al 15c; mach. holts. 
423 at 2c to 15c, $118 73; ratchel braces, 1 doz., $10; brass, 7501b. at 55c to 70c, $438 15; 
deck brushes, 133 doz. at $2.10 to S3 :■:, I :;:i. teel 1 rushes, 22 at 15c to 80c, $12 40; 
tar brushes, s! doz. at $1.75 to $3, $17.83; chain, 4,073$ lb. at 6c to 18c, $473 80; chuck 
for drill, $6 60; asbestos cord, 263 lb. al $1; braided sash cord, 30 lb. at 37c; ratchet 
drills, (i at $1.30, 6 at Si 75; screw drivers, 2 doz. at $0; Can. kettle cars. 10 pr. at 10c; 
elbows, 7a; lb. at 18c. to 26c, $14 83; stove pipe elbows. 4 doz. at -SI 75; emery cloth. 
41 quires at 50c, 55 doz. at 25c, 14 doz. at 30c, 3 doz. at 35c; emery wheels, 12 al "1 15 
to $6.25, $36 31; files, L31 doz., $40 37; block files. 2 at $2.60; forges, 2 at $6 75; hack 
saw frames, 1 doz., $15; glass, 288 pieces at 7c.; French glue, 40 lb. at 15c; grapp 
601b. at 10c: brass grommets, 2 gr. $5.60; hemp halyard, 246 lb. at 45c; claw hammers, 
2 doz. at $4 35, 4 doz. at $4.90; axehandles, ISO at 12c, 10 doz. at $1 35 ! doz. 

at $3.80; cup hooks, 7 gr. at 95c to $2 50, $10.70; iron, 12,960$ lb. at $2 90 to 
galv. iron, 5,777 lb. at S7 50 to $9, 5458.56; soldering irons, 22 lb. at 65c to 30c, $15 40; 
brass rim knobs, with rings, 3 doz. at $10; belt lace, 4j lb. at $2; C. B. lantern-, 20 doz. 
at $6.80; I. ( '. lanterns, 3 doz. at S7; lead, 86 lb. at 15c, 50 lb. at 18c; lime, 2 bbl. at 
$1.20, 16 bbl. at SI 25, 4 bbl. at $1.50; eod lines, 2 doz. at $3, 16 lb. at 35c; rim door 
locks, 00 at. 15c; mortised locks and knobs, 4 at $3; marline, 35J lb. at 10c, 7{lb. at 42.-., 
29 lb. at 45c; magnolia metal, 51S lb. al 22c; dish mops. 10 doz. at 45e.; cotton mops, 
5 doz. at >t 25, 7 at 37V.; mop-cloths, 4 doz. at $1.75; wire nails, S kegs, $33.60: nuts, 
140f lb. at $7 SO per 100 lb., 32$ lb. at 10Jc; spring oilers, 2 doz., $8.70; paint, 77 gal. 
at $1 to $2.85, $42 05; black paint, 300 lb. at. $6.25 per 100 lb., 250 lb. at $7; sea green 
paint, 45 lb. at 18c: soapstone pencils, 2 gr. at $4.80; brass pipe, 23-S75 lb. at 75c; galv. 
pipe, 2,850i ft. at 5£c to 19c, $137 23; I. pipe 203 ft. at 33c; stove pipes, 300 at 12c. 
24 at 25c; 'Canada plate, 27 boxes at $4.65 to $7.00, $100.0.5; steel plate, 343 lb. at $4.25, 
709 lb. at $4.75; tin plate, 325 sheets at 16c; granite coffee pots, 4 at $1.25; German 
pumps, 2 at $4,50. 1, $4.00; rack-a-rock, 25 lb. at 60c; rivets, 190 lb. at 7<c; 2 ply Ready 
Roofing, 10 rolls at Si 20; asbestos rope, 30 lb. at $1; cotton rope, 86$ lb. at 24c; wire 
rope, 1,128 ft. at SJc. to 35c, $143 21; scissors, 00 pr. at 20c; scoops, 47 at $10 40 per 
doz.; galv. coal scuttles, 11 at 70c, 4 at 75c; shovels, 2 doz. at $9.35 to $12, $21.01; 
Smooth on, 10 lb. at 45c, 14 lb. at 50c; solder, 50 lb. at 30c; ratchet stands. 2 at $8; 
steel, 2.405 lb. at $3.60 to $8.50, $134.70; east steel, 619$ lb. at 12c. to 18c, $92 IS; copper 
tacks, 6 lb. at, SI; tin, 50 lb. at 50c; block tin, 15 lb. at 70c; sash tools, 15 doz. at 70c; 
gasolene torch, $4.50; turpentine, 196 gal. at 90c; carriage varnish, 15 gal. at $1.75; 
whiting, 1,344 lb. at 2c; lamp wick, 46 rolls at 35c; copper wire, 10 lb. at 40c: hoisting 
wire,, 275 it. at 18c, 62 it. at 20c; rigging wire, 906 lb. at 15-ic to 20c, $160.37; seizing 
wire, 101 ft. at 3Jc, 1 coil, $5; brass spring wire, 13 lb. at SOc to 90c, $11.16; si 
120 ft. at. lie, 70 ft. at 4k-., 200 ft. at 12c: Westcott pipe wrenches, 10J doz. at SI 90 to 

S15 85, SS2 03; spun yarn, ti lb. at 50c ; sundry hardware, etc, $664.74 5, 

Accounts under $50 (1S7) 2,725 78 

Labour Paylists — 

Erectors, 12 m. to March 31, 1917: J. U. Dube, SI. 188; F. Parent, S990; Elz. Gagne, 

S900; R. L. Kelso, to March 9, SI, 055. 65 4,133 65 

Assistant inspector of Fog Alarms, J. A. Ouimet, 12 m. to March 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Labour at various lights 334 62 

Outfitting and dismantling Lightships 3, 5, 7, and 20, engineers at $2.25 to $3, firemen at 

$1.75, $917.50; travel of extra men for Lightship No. 20, $13 930 50 

Employees at King's Wharf — 

Apprentices at 14c. to 20c per hr. 919 86 

crease. 91 97 

Assistant foremen at 24c to 32c per hr 

Hi' , increase ... 661 44 

Benchmen at 28c. or SOc per hr 1 , 4S4 07 

ii rease ... 14S 40 

Blacksmiths and helpers at 24c to 28c per hr 6,951 94 

10% increase. . 695 22 

Boilermakers and helpers at 24c to 2Sc per h. and 10% bonus 13,414 82 

Carpenters and helpers at 24c. to 2Sc. per h. and 10% bonus 6,063 43 

Caulkers at 28c per h. and 10% bonus 862 82 

Charwomen at $1.2.5 or SI. 35 per d. and 10% bonus for part of time 951 69 

Clerks at S55 per m. and 10', ' bonus 726 00 



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O — 60 AUDITOR OEXERAL'S REPORT; JS16-19J7 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights — Continued.— Entretlen des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 234,896 67 

Quebec — Concluded . 

Employees at King's Wharf — Concluded. 

Electricians and helpers at $3 per d. or 24c. to 28c. per h. and 10% bonus 2,609 53 

Engineers at S2.75 per d. and 10% bonus 925 34 

Firemen at $2.25 per d. and 10% bonus 943 94 

Foremen at $S2 to $95 per m. or $2.25 to $2.75 per d. and 10% bonus 10, 566 68 

Gas buoy men at $91.66 per m. or 26c. to 30c. per h. and 10% bonus 2,758 97 

Helpers in store at 24c. to 30c. per h. and 10% bonus . .... 15,779 51 

Janitor at $2.50 per d. and 10% bonus . .. 1,003 75 

Joiners at 26c. or 2Sc. per h ... 4,024 34 

Labourers at 20c. or 22c. per h. and 10% bonus 17, 353 92 

Labour boys at 10c. per h. and 10% bonus 1,700 02 

Lathemen at 30c. per h. and 10% bonus. 2,987 53 

Machinists and helpers at 24c. to 30c. per h. and 10% bonus 10,622 69 

Messenger at 24c. per h 785 03 

Ps.--ntersr.nd helpers at 24c. to 28c. per h. and 10%: bonus 3,287 42 

Patternmakers at S3 per d. or 28c. per h. and 10% bonus 1,653 03 

Rigger at 26c. per h. and 10% bonus 718 64 

Sailmakers and helpers at 25c. or 28c. and 10% bonus 2,088 64 

Steamfitter at 28c. per h. and 10% bonus 820 72 

Tinsmiths and plumbers at 22c. to 30c. per h. and 10%, bonus . 4, 135 35 

Tool caretakers at 24c. and 26c. per h. and 10% bonus 1,462 53 

Toolmaker at 30c. per h. and 10% bonus 900 40 

Watchmen at $1.75 or $2 per h. and 10% bonus 4,857 30 

Care of buoys at various places {ft, 146-05.) 

Allard, Wilfrid, Carleton, $20; Ascah, John N., Beaudry Shoal, $15 . .... 35 00 

Babin, Bonaventure, $30; Beaudin, Israel, Petite Riviere Ouest, $12.50 42 50 

Blanchet. Louis, Cap Chat, $20; Casey, Eugene, Nouvelle, $31.50 . 51 50 

Cimon, Simon, Lake St. John, $285; Clarke, Hugh, Old Harry, $250 535 00 

Collin, Jos. (Morrile) Cape Cove, $20; < 'vr, Xavier, Maria, $20. 40 00 

Dorion, Phileas, Chateau Richer, $60; Fortin, Charles, Cap-aux-Os, $10.40 76 40 

Goupil, Etienne, St. Michel de Bellechasse, $25; Guillot, F., Beauport, $10 35 00 

Hardy, Geo. W., New Richmond, $59.25; Hogan, Philip, Little River East, $20 79 25 

Horth, J. B., St. Godfroy, $12.50; Huard, Edmond, Anse-aux-Gascons, $15 27 50 

Huard, Wm., St. Godfroy, $12.50; Landry, Dorilas, Natashquan, $63 75 50 

Langlois, Benj., Port Daniel East, $20; Levesque, Jos. Matane, $30 50 00 

McKillop, Alex., Restigouche and Oak Bay, $200; Morrissette, Ls., Caribou Curve, $100 300 00 

Nicol, Eug., Montmagny, $50; Poirier, Ed., Bonaventure, $35 85 00 

Poirier, Pierre G., Bonaventure River, $50; Renouf, Pierre, Anse-a-Beaufils, $15 65 00 

Robin, Jones & Whitman, Paspebiac, $20; Savage, Emile, Eschourie Rock, $24 44 00 

Simard, Jos., Ste. Anne des Monts, $25; Simpson, Geo. L., Beaudry Shoal, $3.75 28 75 

Sisk, James, Perce, $40; Sweeney, John, Point St. Peter, $25 65 00 

Tapp, Peter, Fox River, $19; Thompson, Benj., Barachois, $11.05 30 65 

Tremblay & Gagnon, Chicoutimi, $480; Turbide, Alex. P., House Harbour, $100 580 00 

329, 128 06 
Less— Coal supplied light-keepers, $334.70, "Aranmore" $98.16; sales, $3,467.68; motor to 
Can. Griscon Russell Co. ,$92.18; Militia & Defence Dept., oil, $13.30; labour and material 
supplied Canadian Vickers. $6.79, Agriculture Dept., $81.05, Customs Dept., $333.09, 
Inland Revenue Dept., $26.09, Naval Dept., $11,161.43, P.O. Dept., $10,841.11, Rail- 
ways & Canals Dept., $1,399.69, Public Works Dept., $3.'. 72. Transfers from Mainten- 
ance, Quebec: to Agencies, Rents and Contingencies. $2,8&9.39; Construction, $31,252.10; 
Pilotage, $6,256.92; Dom. Steamers, $93,962.09; Ship Channel, $12,005.40; Signal Ser- 
vice, $172.3:1. Maintenance and Repairs to Wharves, $165.19; Wreck "Montmagny, $215.01; 
Meteorological Service, $53.07; Maintenance General Account, $3.38; Steamboat Inspec- 
tion, $47 175, 219 93 



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Beauchemin, F., Montreal: storage and labour in connection with buoys and beacons... 70 00 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, Montreal: exchange service, 12 m. to March 31, 1917, McGill 

St., $71.25, J. D. Weir, Cushing, $25; messages, $57.34 153 59 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Toronto: brushes, paint, 4fi doz. at $4.32, varnish, 6 doz. at $1.21, white- 
wash, 4 doz. at $12.68, 9 doz. at $12 187 22 

Brandram-Henderson, Montreal: lighthouse white paint, 650 gal. at $2.70, 150 gal. (% gal. tins) 

at $2.72; less discount, 2% 2, 119 74 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretlen des phares 3uiti S n. 

Brought fiirwi.nl 

Montreal District -< Continued Suite. 

British American Oil Co., Montreal: oil, dynamo, 856 5 gal. at 22c., extra marii 

526 5 gal. at 34c., marine cylinder, 291-5 gal. at 28c; less frt., $21.16 
Burroughs-Welcome I o., Montreal: "Tabloid" cases, 3 al $20; refills for tabloid chests, 

2 sets at $1 1 33; sundry, $1.75 
Buttimore, Wm . Merrickville: lighting 28 lights on Rideau River from above Merrickville 

to Kilmarnock, 8 m. to Dec. 31, [916, at $103.75 per m., lighting 3 lights below Merri 

ville, 8 m. to I 31, 1916, al s. 50 pel m . toi ins ' ye, SI" 

( 'anada Carbide Co., St. Catharim buoy carbide, I tons at $49.50; freight prepaid, $25.15. 
Canada Cement Co., Montreal Portland cement, 115 brl at$2.08; undry, 50i . less freight, 

$39.24; less dh mt, $5 i 

Canada Brush Co., St. John: paint brushes, 3 doz. at $3, -1 doz. at $4.90, 6doz. at $6.65; stove 

brushes, I doz., $1.80 
Canadian Blaugas Co., Montreal: cylinders of gas, 19,972 j lb. at 10c., 4,028] lb. at !-)•■ 

globes. 36 at 25c, 24 at 60c; mantles, 20 doz. at $1.75; sundrj . $24.44. 
i lanadian < 'onsolidated Rubbei Co., I Ittawa rubber boots, 1 1 pr. at $3.15, 2 pr. at $3.35, 16 

pr. at $4.65; less discount, 28c. 
Canadian Egress Co.: express charges on sundry supplies 
Canadian Oil Co's., Toronto; linseed oil soap. 1,087 lb. at 10ic 
Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: axes, 2j doz. al $6.50; iash cord, 108 lb. at 31c; B.D. 

hangers, 2 sets at $7.15; iron, 217 lb at $3 3 a cwt., 253 lb. at 53 50; gal . ; 

156 lb. at $6.15 per cwt., 277 lb. at J7.li 1 ; draw knives, I J doz. at $14.90; navj oakum, 

50 lb. at S17 per cwt.; nails, 3 kegs, ss.ii.">, l'lt, ll,., $9.29; amazon roofing, 5 squares at 

$2.50; eng. ratchet, $12.15; tarred sheathing, 541 lb. at $2.10; \ 516 20; sundry 

hardware, $141.56; less express, 45c . i. 

Christie Clothing Co., Montreal: long overcoats, 5 at $22; reefer overcoat, $20; pea jack 

4 at $10.50; I ).B. suits, 14 at $20. blue serge trousers, Hi pr. at $3.75 512 00 

Consumers Cordage <'<■., Montreal: manilla, 1,928 lb. at $21.07 per cwt.; tarred hemp rope, 

39 11. at 32c; less discount, 25c 418 Jti 

oyer, Donat, Sorel: .sundry cartage Pis 70 

Cournoyer, Mrs, Paul, Sorel: sundry cartage., 1-12 10 

Customs Department: bituminous coal, 205 tons at $4 15 350 75 

Dansereau, < leo., Grenville: clapboards, 400 ft. at $25; flooring, 600 ft. at $25; hemlock, 600 ft 

at$18; pine, 1,300 ft. at $40; spruce, 600 ft. at $30, sundry, $11 22 117 02 

Deseheneaux, W., Montreal: maintaining buoys and beacons on St. Francis and Vamaska 

Rivers for season of 1916 110 00 

Dominion Chain Co., Niagara Falls: chain, 11,300 lb. at Sti Ml; less discount, $12.65 

Dominion Coal Co., Montreal: coal, 744 7'', tons at $5.25, 17 03 I ins al $5.50. 4,003 66 

Dominion Glass Co., Montreal: chimneys, 12 doz. at 55c, 12 doz. at 60c, 60 doz. at 70c . 

60 doz. at 95c, less d is int, 7c 112 73 

Dominion Wire R Co . VIoi real: galvanized S.M.S. buoy cable, 5,000 ft. at Js 1 .'.''' 

100 ft.: sundry, $23.08; le sdiscount, $9 463 58 

Drummond, Met 'all & Co., Montreal: special sharklos, 350 at 10c . 126 at 92c, 51 at $3 
Duchesne, H., Montreal: lumber. S22: nail-, si .-„>, ,,.,,,,„ - ,,, wharf, $24.50 51 00 

Economic Heating* !o., Sorel: anchors. 20,000 lb. at $.'.. VI per cwt., 27,750 lb its.' 75 I 7 630 lb. 

at $3; ballast rings, 12, 750 lb at $2.50 2, 110 77 

Eligh, Peter, Ottawa al, 126 tons at $5 50 

Esplin, G. & J., Montreal, wooden cases, 216 at 35c to $1.25 138 12 

Farrar, <3. H., St, Johns: supervising buoys on Richelieu River between Rouses' Pt 

St. John's. Que. for season of 1916 lull 00 

Frothingham & Workman. Montreal: joiner axes, 1 doz., $9.50; wood tackle blocks, 

$1.74; emery cloth, 15 quires, $18.87; peavey handles. 2 doz. at $3, 2 doz. at $3.40; | 

pole handle-, 1 i doz. at $13.25; peaveys, li doz. at $16.50; screws, 72 gross, $1S.97; taps 

and dies, 1 set, $21.25; sundry hardware. $25.22; less discount, $1.25 
Garland, John M. .V ( '..., ( Ittawa: table cloths. 8 doz, at $1.65; table napkins. 4 doz. at S2; 

toilet towels. Ill doz. at $1.90, 1 doz., $2.25; dish towels, li doz. at $1.50; sundry dry- 
goods, $4.50 53 7o 
Gasaccuinulator ( o. (( 'anada \ I Ittawa: recharging accumulators with acetylene gas, 14,075 

cu. ft. at $15 per M : gas-accumulators, 12 at S124, 2 at $032 .10, carta-e ami freight, $14.70. 
Gaston, Leonard M., < lushing: hire of team. .".13 h. at 45c; freight and express, $1 
Gidley Boat Co., Penetang: boat complete with rudder and tiller. $100; less freight. $:: 11 
Greenahields, Ltd., Montreal: blankets, 15 pr. at $1.05, white table cloths, at $1.7,1, - ui.lt 

dry goods, $24.93; less discount, $2.70. 
Gurney-Massey ( )o., Montreal: coal ranges. 4, $75.66; sundry, $6.20; less discount, $1.52 
Hall & Holcomb, Ottawa: soft coal, 41-83 tons al $5.70, bags and bagging. $2. SO 
Hawkesbury Lumber ( o., Hawkesbury: lumber, 2,160 ft. at $40, 700 ft. at $45 
Horwood Glass Manufacturing Co., Ottawa: triangular glasses for gas buoj lantern-. 60 at 

$1.10, 12 at SI. 20 

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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued — Entretien des phares Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 22, 968 79 

Montreal District— Continued — Suite. 



mperial Oil Co., Toronto: barrels. S3; gasolene, 430 gal. at 28jc, 1,265 gal. at 31ic, 46 gal. at 

34c; cup grease, 30 lb., $3.50, 250 lb. at 7J; polarine, 27 gal. at 48c, 25 gal. at 50c; Royalite 

oil, 90-6 gal. at 12c; illuminating oil, 3,000 e/s (15,000 gal.) at $1.05; less frt., 34c, drum 

returned, 810 3, 736 99 

Independent Cordage Co., Toronto: manilla rope, 446 lb. at 21|c; less discount, S1.92 93 97 

Inglis, John Co., Toronto: swift current conical buoys, 6, $2,800; less freight, S3. 52 . . .« 2,796 48 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: black paint, 200 gal. at $1.13; red paint, 700 gal. at $2.57; 

less discount, S40.50 1,984 50 

Joynt, J. W., Lombardy: attending to lights Rideau River 8 m. to Dec. 31, 1916, at $50 per m. 400 00 

Keys, James, Brewers Mills: maintaining lights between Washburn and Kingston season 

1916, $1,300; repairs to various lights, $62 1,362 00 

Larochelle, J., Sorel: cartage, one horse, 494 h. at 40c, team. 189 h. at 60c 311 00 

LeBel, C. A., agent, disbursements, labour, etc: stamps, $135; telephone messages, $10.95; ^ 

cartage, $29.50; meals for workmen, 946 at 25c, 6 at 35c, 18 at 50c; extra meals for men ^ 

on Steamers Shamrock or Acetylene, 418 at 25c, 10S| d. at 50c; freight and express, $109.68; 

travelling expenses of various officials: A. Desforges, $21.97; Z. Dupre, $77. 2S; R. H. 

Goulet, $98.51; J. D. Weir, $728.20; labour at $1.75 to $3 per d., $6,213.65, 739 h. at 17^c; 

detailed in Construction of Lights, S2.159.97; sundry disbursements, $87.08; less charged 

to Dominion Steamers, $54.25 10, 153 32 

Leclaire & Fils, Sorel: balises, 750 at $17 per 100; coal, stove, 17 tons at $7.75, in bags, 12-! tons 

at $7.80, 5 ton? at $8.30, egg, 13 tons at SS.25; hard wood, 15| cords at $7; soft wood, 1 

cord, $6; sand, 31 yd. at $1 652 75 

Leger, A. & Co., Lachine: coal, stove, in bags, 5 ton, $4.25, egg, 1-07 tons at $8.25, soft, 15- 115 

tons at $5.50 96 21 

Lewis Bros., Montreal: anvils, 2, 66 lb. at I85C, 95 lb. at 17c; electric welded chain, 1,364 lb. 

at S4.S0 per cwt.; rivet forges, 2 at $19.50; rim knob locks. 1 doz., $7; wire nails, 3 kegs 

at $3.70; clout nails, 100 lbs, $9.59; scissors, 11 doz. at $4.50; vise, 44 lb., $9.50; sundry 

hardware, $30.20 249 72 

McAllister, James, Chute a Blondeau: ice, 19,200 lb. at 25c per cwt.; hemlock, 2,100 ft. at $25; 

pine, 549 ft. at $40, 1,404 ft. at $50; spruce, 2,212 ft. at $30; slab wood, 2 cords at $2.75; 

sundry, $27.15 291 67 

Mclntyre, W. A., Smith Falls: lighting Rideau River from Kilmarnock to Old Slvs Rock, 

8 m. to Dec. 31, 1916, at S56.25 450 00 

Mclntyre and Telford, Merrickville: lighting Rideau River from below Burritt's Rapids to 

Mud Island, 8 m. to Dec. 31, 1916 775 00 

McLennan Lumber Co., Montreal: cedar poles, 400 (20 ft.) at $2.25, 202 (35 ft.) at S5.90; less 

freight, $381.50 1, 710 30 

Marston, K., L'Orignal: maintaining light on L'Orignal wharf 50 00 

Meakins Brush Co., Montreal: brushes, paint, 33 doz. at $5.10, 3 doz. at $6.77; scrub 13 doz. 

at $1.25, 1 doz., S3, varnish, 15 doz. at 90c; less freight, $1.41; less discount, $4.34 215 61 

Mongeon, Felix, Vercheres: row boats, 114 ft. at $1.15; sundry, S12 143 10 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., Montreal: coal, 29-196 tons at $5.25; trimming in bunkers, 

$5.92; cartage, loading, etc., $4.73 163 93 

Ouelette, J. A., Montreal: piloting steamer Varennes while lifting buoys in St. Lawrence River. 50 00 

Pariseau Freres, Outremont: wooden cases, 4S at 31c, 48 at 33c, 48 cases at 36te, 72 at 37Jc. . 75 24 

Paulhus, Jos., Sorel: ice supplied steamers Acetylene and Shamrock, 42-46 tons at $4.50 191 06 

Pedlar People, Ltd., Oshawa: 1 all steel building, 12 ft. x 18 ft., $189; less freight, $5.35 183 65 

Piper, Hiram L. Co., Montreal: front glasses for square case headlights, 2 doz. at $2.80; 

"Mammoth" screw burners, 25 doz. at $4.60; "Duplex" oval ruby chimneys, 9ft doz. at 

$5 75 174 75 

Quebec Montreal and Southern Ry., freight delivered at Sorel, 12 m. to March 31, 1917 1,026 85 

Rubenstein Bros., Montreal: electro-plating reflectors of various sizes, 19 at $6.25 to S11.50, 

$172.95; sundry repairs, etc., S7.75 180 70 

St. Pierre, L. & Fils, Vercheres: boats 2, 36 ft. at SI, 6, 130 ft. at $1.15, 1, 18 ft. at $1.20; 1, $13.. 220 10 

Shaw & Evans, Montreal: 7^ kips chamois at $15.25: sponges, 17 lb. at $3.40; less tare, $1.73.. 165 87 

Sheppard, James & Son, Sorel: B. C. fir, 648 ft. at S55, 5S3 ft. at S60; hemlock, 510 ft. at $25, 

201 ft. at $23; round cedar spars, 137 at S5.90; pine, 12,817 ft. at S32 to $55, S5S7.86; spruce, 

11,489 ft. at $25 to $30, $319.17; sundry, S73.17; less freight. S117.26 1,759 23 

Simmons, Thos., Charleys Locks: maintaining channel lights between Davis Station and 

Newboro for season 1916 400 00 

Sorel, City of, water taxes from April, 1916, to April, 1917 100 00 

Sorel Electric Co., Sorel: lighting test room at Sorel 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 79 53 

Turner, J. Spencer Co., New York: duck, 122 yd. at 59c; less discount, $6.73 65 25 

Salaries 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: A. Cournover, assistant storekeeper, $720; R. H. Goulet, gas 

buoy and lantern expert, $1,080 : 1, 800 00 

Care of buoys at various places — ■ 

-Allaire, Jas. and Horace Bouvier, Riviere Richelieu, $300; Gagnon, Alfred, Riviere des 

Prairie, $70 370 00 

Noel, Dosithe, Richelieu River 220 40 

Carried forward 55,667 97 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued Entretlen des phares 

_ Brought forward 

D I oncluded — Fin. 

Detailed under. Dominion Steamers, $9.42; Ship Channel, $4,355.29; ' Construction of Lights, 

$7,295.54 11,660 25 

Accounts under $50 2,141 B4 

09,469 S6 
Less— 

Sale of "Id material, etc % 48 30 

Charged to other votes - 

Construction of Lights 9,535 14 

Dominion Steamers 10,405 12 

Vgencies, Rents and Contingencies 8 61 

Maintenance and Repairs to wharves . 143 76 

Signal Service 2 62 

Ship I !hannel 4,014 50 

24,158 05 



Prescott Disti u t. 

Benn, Murry L., care of buoys at Telegraph Island ........ 11700 

Canadian Blaugas Co., Montreal, gas at 10 or 12§c a lb.. . . 1,001 10 

Swift, James & Co., Kingston: nut coal, 6 t"ii>;ii. Si 2(1, :', tons :it $8 25; soft coal, 61 -6 tons 

at $6.50; slabs, 1 cord, $6 486 34 

Taillon, John, Foi i ( 'o\ ington, lighting light at mouth of Salmon River, $75; oil, etc., $11.. 86 00 
Taylor, J. R., agent, and T. ( laud in, accountant , disbursements: cartage and fn ight, $] 

postage. $46; sundry, $16; travel and outlaj , J. I!. Taylor, $70; travel of men and outlay, 

$651.75.. '. , 797 24 

Toronto Electric Light Co lighting the Eastern Gap, $136.10; lamps, 12 at 25c 139 10 

Toronto Hydro-Elect ric System, lighting Eastern Gap tower, 9 m. at $75 per an 

Union Carbide Co. of Canada, Toronto, carbide, 25 tons at 549.50 

Williamson, Wm., Toronto, repairs to fog alarm building Eastern Gap, agreement 92 00 

Woodman & Cramer, Wolfe Island, building material .. 124 93 

Transfers from Construction of Lights . ... 13,408 62 

Payments under $50 471 39 

18,017 47 
Less — Transfers to Maintenance and Repairs Wharves $ 17 2S 

Transfers to Construction of Lights 2,073 10 

2,090 38 



15,927 09 
Parry Sound District. 

Allen, A., Wallaceburg, tug Maud towing gas buoy, etc., V. d 65 00 

Arthurs, J. X., ins;: tor, travel and outlay 278 03 

Babcoek ec Wilcox, Montreal, fire bricks, 264 .... 200 00 

Baker, Hy. 1'., (lore Bay : spar buoys, 3 at $12; tug work, 15 h. at $2 66 00 

Barnhardt, D. & Son, Humberstone, repairs at Port Colborne 84 99 

Beatty, Wm. Co., Parry Sound: rugs, 9, -540; galv. water storage tank, 842; sundry, 813.25.. . 101 25 

Bermingham, Wm., Goderich: tug and derrick scow, i;'. h. a1 $7; diving outfit and tender, 

3d., S25 . 70 50 

Boico, Limited, Toronto: boko, 1,2251b. at 12c; less cartage, 21c 146 79 

Brais, M., agent, and W. D. Auldjo, accountant, disbursements: duty, 812 54; freight and 

express, $9.41; board of Wm. ( 'ramp, 55 d. at $1; travel of men, $72 25; sundry, $55 32 204 52 

Brandram-Hendcrson, Montreal: dry red lead, 200 lb. at 12c; white had, 700 lb. at 1415c; 

less discount, 2% 1 20 59 

British American Oil Co., Toronto: gasolene, 90 gal. at 40c; marine cylinder oil, 5S7i gal. at 

2Sc; marine engine oil, 950 gal. at 34c; vulcan marine engine oil, 25 gal. at 54c; red machine 

oil, 115 gal. at 34c; sundry, $14; less cartage, 20c 5S9 90 

Canada Carbide Co., St. < Catharines: carbide, 30 tons at 849.50; freight, $2.57. 1,784 57 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Montreal: rubber boots, 4 pr. at 84.05; shower bath 

curtains, 61 x 6 ft., 3 at $8.10 each; star water hose coupled, 1J in. x 4 plv, 100 ft., $30. 13; 

sundry, $10.63; packing at 60 or 85c, $149. 13; less discount at 29i 228 13 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse I Co., Montreal vahe d:-. -. 2 -in, >::: 27. id, .be valves, 54, 5165 '.'7; 

swing cheek valves, vertical and horizontal. 26, 842 29; suction valves, 2. $10 24, i 

forengine, $30 90; sundrj . $10.86 

Carried forward I 



O — 64 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretlen des phares— Suite. S cts. 

Brought forward 4, 237 80 

Parry Sound District — Continued. — Suite. 

Canadian H. \V. Johns-Manville Co., Toronto: tube plate gaskets, 500 at 9|c; Mogul packing, 

J-in., 5 lb. at $1.20 54 75 

Canadian Northern Railway System, freight charges 182 67 

Carson, Win., Parry Sound, disbursements: labour, 22J d. at $2; sundry, $14 59 00 

Castle, F. J. & Co., Ottawa: Old Dutch cleanser, S doz. at 90c, large size, 46 doz. at $2.22J; 

Bon Ami soap, 10 doz. at $1 .20; Monkey Brand soap, 1 case, $4 125 55 

Clark Coal Co., Sarnia, chestnut coal, bagged, 55 tons at $8.85: 486 75 

Collingwood Shipbuilding Co., parts for furnace 250 00 

Crews Oeorge, Pembroke, cedar skiff, 16 ft., and 2 oars 50 00 

Dartnell, Limited, Montreal: paint, at $3.55, $3.25 or $2.95 a gal., $174 90; sundry, $3.75 178 65 

Davidson Thos. Mfg. Co., Montreal: stove pipes, 300 lengths, $39 60; sundry, $32.25; less 

freight, 90c 70 95 

Davis Smith Malone Co., Owen Sound: soft coal, 416-215 tons at $3.45; stove coal, 6 tons 

at'$8;ice, 4,500 1b., $11 1,494 94 

Detroit Shipbuilding Co., repairs to South East Shoal lightship 2,460 05 

Dobell, Henry & Co., Montreal: sal soda, 1,000 lb., $17.40; nitrate of soda, 2,427 lb. at 4-95c 137 53 

Dominion Express Co. , charges 51 60 

Dominion Match Co., Deseronto, matches, 30 cases Ill 38 

Dominion Paint Works, Walkervillc, concrete paint at $2 75 or $3 25 a gal 137 50 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Montreal, stockless anchors, 4,235 1b. at 9Jc 402 33 

Egan, M. J., travel, $29.55; disbursements for labour, $48 77 55 

Evans it Co., Montreal, chamois sees., 22 x 24, 3} kips at $24.50 81 67 

Falls, Barron Co., Amherstburg, bagged coal at $7.25, $8 or $S. 75 a ton 305 25 

Fenn, A. N., Parry Sound: vertical boiler, 30 gal., with coil, $34; cement, 31| brl., $30; refri- 
gerator, $38; garlock packing gaskets, 7 at $1 .65; Quebec heater, $16; sundry, $212.34. . . . 341 89 
Frothingham & Workman, Montreal: wire nails at $3.20 or $3.60 a keg, $43 25; finishing 

nails at $3.30, $3 SO or $3.85 a keg, $18.25; stove pipe, 250 lengths, $21.93; sundry, $57.55; 

less freight, $1 86, less discount at 2 r " c , $1 .23, less cartage, 23c, short paid, $1 136 72 

Galna & Danter, Parry Sound: coal at $S, $8.25 or $8 50 a ton, $37; wood, 5 cords at $4.50; 

tug Ina, towing, 1 d., $25 S4 50 

Garland, John M. & Co., Ottawa: cocoa matting, 17 yd. at 35c, 42 yd. at 40c; towels at $1 .50, 

$1 90 or $2 25 a doz., $60.46, roller towels, 3 doz. at $3.60, 5 doz. at $5; sheets, 4 doz. at 

$9; sundry, $4.80; less freight, $1.15 158 66 

Garlock Packing Co., Hamilton: packing at 45 or 90c, $58.02; less discount at 2%, 6c 57 96 

Gas Accumulator Co., Toronto: acetylene, 7,460 cu. ft. at $15 per M; accumulators, complete, 

fully charged with gas, 4 at $3S5; freight and cartage, $9 .04 1, 660 94 

Gault Bros., Montreal, grey cotton, 654 yd. at 12|c 81 75 

General Supply Co. of Canada, Ottawa: Mason reducing valve, J-in., $19.80; packing, 56| 

lb. at 45c; standard asbestos packed cock, 2-in., $7; less discount, 2%, 50c; short paid, 6c 51 60 

Georgian Bav Lumber Co., electric current and maintenance of 4 range lights in Waubaushene 

Harbour, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1916, $60; electric lamps, 6, $1.76 6176 

Goderich Water and Light Commission: light from April to Dec, $167.78; arrears for water 

for 1916, $3. 75 17153 

Goodchild, Lewis, Amherstburg, transporting lightkeeper and helper from Colchester Reef, 

Dec. 26-27, 1916 90 00 

Greening, B. Wire Co., Hamilton: galv. c.c.s. rope, i-in., 600 ft. at 9 -08c, J-in., 600 ft. at 11 -41c; 

less 2% discount 120 48 

Hackett, C. R., maintenance of range lights for quarter ended June 30, 1916: Amherstburg, 

$100; Elliott Point, $100; sundry, $14 214 00 

Hackett Towing and Wrecking Co., Detroit, towing South East Shoal lightship, Dec. 1916.. 600 00 

Harper, J., Parry Sound, ice, 58 tons at $5 290 00 

Harrison, John & Sons Co., Owen Sound: cedar spars, 16 ft. x 16 in., 12 at $1 .25; pine at $30 

and elm at $40, $14.28; replacing lightkeepers and fog alarm keepers on Lake Superior, 

April, 1916, $700 729 28 

Imperial Oil Co.: coal oil, 730 gal. at 18 -3c, 22,934 gal. at life, 5,511-7 gal. at life; gas engine 

oil, 20 gal. at 43c; gasolene, 50 gal. at 44c; less empties returned, $739.45 2,739 53 

Imperial Laundry, Midland, laundry work 215 15 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: paint at $1.40 or $1.50 a gal., $81; white enamel, 20 gal. at 

$2.10; English vermilion, 25 1b. at $1.25; less discount at 2% 151 16 

Johnston, W. R., Ziska, maintenance of 5 lights at the mouth of Muskoka River 295 00 

Jones, W. H., Amherstburg: range, $35; rope, lj-in., 143 lb. at 25c; sundry, $53.89 124 64 

Kavanagh Bros., Ottawa: gold dust, 26 cases at $3.80; Comfort soap, 5 cases at $4.40; Bon 

Ami, 3 cases at $3.90; Dutch cleanser, 4 doz., $3.60 136 10 

Kennedy, Wm., & Sons, Owen Sound: grate bars at $3.28, $3 25 or $4.25 per 100 lb., $527.71; 

iron castings at 3jc, 4c, 5c or 7c. a lb., $106.92 634 63 

Leckie, John, Toronto: canvas covers, 4, $67; aft mail deck awning, $55; sundry, $13. 135 00 

Lyman's, Limited, Montreal, methylated spirits, 180 gal. at $1 .25 225 00 

McCormick, S. A., Captain of South East Shoal lightship, disbursements. . .. 124 55 

Carried forward 20, 623 75 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O— 65 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretien dcs phares Suite. s e ts 

Brought forward 20,623 7a 

Parry Sound District Continued. 

McDowell, J. S., Midland ergo nil , 8 a1 525, 2 a1 !3; trousers, 5 pr. at $3 overcoat, $25; 

reefer over ii . 2 at $18 

Martin, Senour Co., Montreal: boiled linseed oil, 89? gal. at 81 40; turpentine, 25 gal a1 80c 

sundry, $1 10 147 24 

Midland Water and Light ( Commission, elect ric current for harbour rang* lightsforl916 2011 (JO 

Montreal ( lotton and Wool Waste ( 'o.. cotton waste, 3,032 lb. a1 I-' ill |c 364 !S 

Morrish, James & Son, Parry Sound: lead, 156 lb. at 12c; sundry, $85.93 KM 65 

Mullen Coal Co., Amherstburg, Yougheoghcny coal, 166 ton a1 83 15, 39 tons a1 $4 08 731 82 

Mullen, Martin, estate of, Amherstburg, boat, 16 n 50 00 

Murphy, James, Fori William, sofl coal, I50tonsa1 $3 15 517 50 

Niebergall, I look & c .... Parry Sound, lumber a1 821 to $60 per M [54 43 

New ( intario I lock and I 'oal ( '..., Sault Sir. Marie, s raal, 93 tons al $3 15; 1 ton nut, 88.75 

Northern Electric Co , Montreal, electrical supplies 52 18 
O'Brien, II., clerk to the Superintendenl of Lights, Ottawa salar; 51,100 to March 31, 

travel and oujlay, $99.45 1,199 45 
Ottawa Paint Works: white alabastine, 650 lb at 3J. ; paint at $1 10 to $1 56 a gal., $138 10; 

aluminum paint, 20 pints at 50e.; zinc oxide, 12 gal al 81 70; paint and varnish remover, 

5 gal. at $2.25; tu ntine, at 75c. orS2c. a gal., $35 44 sundry, $5.55; lc di oun 

$2 96; less material lost, $3 3S; less empties n tui I. $1 1 50. 227 28 

Parry Sound Lumber Co.. lumber at s.'j " i U . S53 12; shingles 5M i 71 87 

Parry Sound Town: electric light, 1 y. to March 31, 1917, $113 36; water rates, I j itobei 

31, 1916, 857 99 171 35 

I'lii.'iaiii.iii-lH'iii' l.isiht and Water Commission, current supplied rai lights for season of 

1916 55 00 

People's Gas Supply Co., Ottawa, acetylene purifier, 1,300 lb. at 14£c 188 50 
Playfair, James, Coal Dock, Midland, coal at $3 15 or $3 95 a ton 

Port Colborne Dock and Coal Co., Port Colborne, coal, 175; tons at S3 10 595 85 

Public Works Dept., use of inspection boat Mnr .„,,.-i, 27 d. at $17.53; labour, 542 81 

Shaw & Evans, Montreal, chamois skins, 18 x 24, first , 200 skins at $15 25 pel kip of 30 skins nil 66 

Simonds Canada Saw Co., Montreal: files, various kinds, 4H doz. II:; 83 

Smart Turner Machine Co., Hamilton, pump parts 353 13 
Thorne, W. II., Parry Sound: d.b. blue serge suits, 15 at 825, s b. blue serge suits, 2 at $23: 

long overcoats, 2 at S25; rei fers, Sat six ajaek.-ts, :; at sir,, trousers, 14 pr. at $4... 629 00 

Timiskaming Navigation Co.: bushing and lighting channel into North Timiskan 

season of 1914, $124 90; bushing channel into North Timiskaming, 1915, $25, 1916, $30 17:1 90 

Tower Canadian Limited, oil skin suits, 3 r i doz. ; ;. 

Turner, J. Spencer I '<>.. New Ybrk, .lurk. 198 yd at 12',.-. . less discount at " 82 56 

Union Carbide Co., Toronto: carbide. 34-85 I ins at 849 50; freight, i 1,728 83 

Upper Ottawa Improvement Co., lighting 4 lights on Lake rimiskaming 363 71 
Watts, W. & Sons, < lollingwood: row boats, 16 ft., 1 at $55; sail boats, 18 ft., 2 at $85; oars, 

25 pr at S2 60, ash oars, 141 ft. at 16c; wooden rollers, 12 at $1 25; sail and jib sail $2 I 

boat hoops, 7 at 20c 517 44 

Wiggins, J. F., Parry Sound, cartage 70 00 

Wilt Twist Drill I '.. , Walkerville: drills, 9 doz., $61 92; sundry, sx 84 70 70 

Young.J. D., foreman of fogalarm repairs, salary to Feb 28, $1 190; travel and out lav, S7:!5 si 1,925 si 

Paylists at Parrj Sound to March 31, 1917 5,510 73 
Paylists of Smith East Shoal lightship to March 31, 1917: board at 60c or 70c, a .1 $735 60; 

w is, $3,350 30 4,085 90 

Accounts un.lcr' $50 3, S36 39 

Care of buoys in sundry places ($1,613 71)— 

Bradley, George, Walpole Island, $5; Cartier, Alfred, Sturgeon River, $155 160 00 

Chisholm, A. M., South Bay, ' \ . 850 Claus, James, Rodeau, $16 66 00 

Cosgrove, George, '. v., Cloud River Channel, 825; Victoria Maud Channel, $75 100 00 

Davieaux, Charles, Sault St.. Marie, $50 Dusome, McKay, Penatanguishene, $50 loo oo 

Hansen, Ole, Point au Baril, $80 Hathewa' Edward, Port Rowan, $55 135 00 

LeBlanc, J. B., Pembroke, $208; MacDonald, Bert, Goderich, $117 50 325 50 

Mackie, Captain 10. . Little Current, $243 88; McKay, A. B., Lake Simcoe, $40, Lake 

t iouchiehing. S5s :;:', 342 21 

Vankoughnet, I.. Collingwood, $75; Willis, Peter, Walpole Island. $10 85 00 

Detailed under:— 

Construction of Lights $7,42155 

Dominion Steamers 752 53 

Ship t Ihannel 18 15 

Maintenance and repairs to wharves 14 83 8,207 0t> 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des phares— Suite. 



Brought forward. 



Parry Sound District — Concluded. 

Less: Coal supplied lightkeepers $ 71 32 

Sales of old material, etc 6S9 70 

Less: Charged to: — 

.Maintenance and repairs i" wharves. .. 208 94 

Construction of lights - 3, 321 08 

Dominion Steamers 17, 661 79 

Ship Channel 270 92 

Agency, Rents and Contingencies 12 57 



Kenora District. 

Allan, George C, Fort Frances, S. S. Laura A., placing buoys in Rainy River. 7 d. at $25 . .... 175 00 
Belyea, C. W.. agent at Rat Portage, disbursements: labour at S2 50 ad., S540: pilot at S3 or S4 

"ad., S21. cook. (id. at $2; hauling, $9; sundry, $12.90 594 90 

Dorion, P. H., Kenora, cedar buoys, 60 at SI 60 00 

Ferrier, R. W., Kenora: provisions, SU4 65; dishes and hardware. S17 80 132 45 

Fife, A. T. & Co., Kenora: chain, 700 lb. at fie.. 656 lb. at 8Jc; coal oil, 230 gal. at 32jc; cook 

stove, S14; spoon oars. 4 pr. at $4.50; paint. 12 gal. at $2.75, 1 gal., S2.50; sundry hardware, 

$134.57 372 94 

Griffith & Onerhcim, Kenora: rock bolts, 200 at 70c; links, 200 at 20c; steel cold shuts, 135 

at 18c; staples. 385 at 15c; smiihwork. SS3 91 - 345 96 

Hines, Edward, Kenora, cedar buovs, 52 at SI 52 00 

Hose & Canniff, Kenora: coal oil, 230 gal. at 32Jc; sundry, $36.45 Ill 20 

Jamieson. R. C. & Co., -Montreal: black paint, 15 gal. at si 25. red paint, 20 gal. at $2.77; less 

discount at 2 C ' C ■ - *• 72 67 

Johnson Hardware Co., Fort Frances: chain, 466 lb. at 9c; smith's forge, SIS; sundry. *S 67 94 

Kenora Town, lighting Devil Gap lights 120 00 

Lake of the Woods Boat Co., Keewatin boat hire to Rainv River and return 50 00 

Lake of the Wood.- Milling Co., Keewatin. rent of S. S. Verbena, 10 d. at S28.75 287 50 

Murphy Bros., Kenora: barge hire, 10 d. at S5: hauling. $30.65 80 65 

Stone, J. W. Boat Manufacturing ( 'o., Kenora: launch hire at S10 or $12 a d., $297; tug boat, 

two trips to Bishop's Bay and return, S35; boring sheave, 50e 332 50 

Accounts under S50 283 46 

Detailed under Construction of Lights 38 14 



Selkirk District. 

Armstrong Trading Co., Winnipegosis: coal oil. 2 cases at S4, 118 gal. at 30c; sundry, $31.05. 
Brandram, Henderson, Montreal, white paint, 75 gal. at $2.30, 5 gal. at $2.84, red paint, 

15 gal. at $1.07 

Continental Oil Co., Winnipeg, coal oil 53S gal. at 18c, 672J gal. at 17c; steel drums, 15 at S10 . 

Moody & Son, Selkirk, sundry supplies 

Public Works Dept., tug hire, 5 d. at S20, 2 d. at S25; extra man, 3 d. at $2.50 

Robinson, Wm. Co., Selkirk: cedar buovs, oiled, 12 at 90c; dimension lumber, 11,002 ft. at 

$26, 85 ft. at $24; nails, 200 lb., $8.40 

Selkirk Town Electrical Dept.. electrician, 191 hr. at 50c; labour and machine work, 27 

hr. at 60c; labourers, 144* hr. at 25c; sundry, $23.22; cedar poles, 27 ft., 2 at $5; less short 

paid, 40c 

Accounts under S50 

Detailed under Construction of Lights 

British Columbia. - 



74 45 

202 75 
361 17 
99 49 
157 50 

307 29 



94 92 
32 30 
8 15 



1,338 02 



Advertising in various newspapers 

Salaries at Victoria, 12 m. to Mar. 31: L. Cullison, erector, S1.200; W. G. Brown, gas buoy 
inspector, $935.35; asst. gas buov inspectors, Hugh McKenzie, at S75 per m., S779.46, at S90 
per m., S144.B4; W. J. Mead, at $75 per m., S120.53; boatmen at $90 per m., E. J. Parsons, 
$900, E. J. Sage, S167.14; C. D. Hawkins, engineer derrick scow, $900; G. Kelly, whar- 
finger, $900; night watchmen, M. C. Cameron, $480, J. Roberts, $728.74, A. E. Ward, 
1 192.74 ; C. James, labourer, $840 

Salaries at Prince Rupert, 12 m. to Mar. 31: engineers at $100 per m., A. M. Connorton, 
$1,145.16, W. Smith. S54.84; W. H. Cook, SI, 200; blacksmiths: at S95 per m., A. Orr, 
$901.59, Alex. Yule, S63.33; A. Anderson, at 62ic. per h.. $21.56; J. Clarke, boatman, S1.080; 
cooks, at $90 per m., H. Blake, $871.26, A. Beavan, $208.74; P. Stephen, watchman, $900; 
labourers: at $85 per m., D. Cameron, $1,020, J. Mennie, $1,020; at 45e. per h., W. R. 
Fraser, $54.68, J. B. Johnson, $56.93, W. B. Nichol, $61.88 



8,659 97 



Carried forward 17,278 07 



MARINE \\l> FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 67 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued Entretien des phares Suite. 

Brought forward., 17,278 07 

British Columbia Continued 

Labour, repairs etc.: foremen, at $5 per d., $106.66 ei ineei ai penters, labourers, etc., at 

- I 50 to$4 pel 'I . $681 cooks, at $70pei m , $25.66 815 92 

Ubion Stove Works, Victoria: I Albion range, $43; Globe heaters, I. $6.25, I, $8: repairs, $42; 

Bundrj fittings, S2.85 102 10 

Armstrong Bros., Victoria: machine work, $18.30; repaii to agencj launch gasolene engine, 

etc., $184.55 202 85 

Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Victoria hay, 1 555 tonsat $23, !005to 

in $32.. 143 45 

Brandiam-Hcnderson, Montreal: i 'red paint, 200 gal. at $1.38, 250 gal. .-it $1.40; lightl 

white paint, 250 gal. at $2.93, lOOgal at $2.95; less discount, $50.77 2,487 7:: 

Brennan, II. C. Co., Ottawa brass Pyrene extinguishers, 10 at $7.50; freight, $3.85; less 

disi i. 115 63 85 

British America Paint Co., Victoria art enamel, 4 gal. at $2.60; Bapco pure ■.■■ bite lend, 125 
lb. at 12fc, 2 gal at $2.40, i gal., $1.25; composition, anti-fouling, I gal., $4, 20 gal. at $4.85, 

2 drum- in s:;s 50. iint i ■ii.-mv I gal . $2 10 2 ill - nt $22; Elephant R. M. paint, 6 

gal. in $2 10; genuine red lead, 125 lb at l2Jc; lead floor paint, 10 (1 gal.) at SI. II"; linseed 

oil, 41 77 im 1 in .-i 10, 12 gal. at $1.25, 24 gal. at $1.27; li I dryet al.at75i marine 

black in oil, 50 lb. at 55c 200 lb. at 5fc; Porcelitc i namel glass, 2 gal at $4 75; turpentine 
'_>(i gal. nt 94c; varnish, Bapco outside, 5 gal. at $3 50, Eng ish yacht, 3 gal. at $2.25; pure 
white zinc in oil, 50 lb. at 18c, 25 lb. at 20c; sundry paint supplie ,$23 16 500 86 

British Columbia Electric Co electrii current supplied: 12 m. to Mar 31, Brotchie I 
$200; Burnaby Shoal, $54; False Creel $72 i trrj Point, 860; Sidnej Wharf, - 
Wingdam Range, $60; April I to Sept. 30, 1916, I'm Rock and Shoal, 837.50 Sehls Point, 
$27.50; Oct 1, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, Laurel Pt., $27 50; \ ictoria Harbour, $37.50; sundrj 
fittings and re] nn s, $8.8" 668 87 

Brunette Saw Mill Co.. New Westminster, sundry lumber 

, ' o St. Catharines: carbide, 30 tons at $49.50; freight, $609.90 2,094 90 

Canadian < 'on-olidated Rubber Co., Vancouver: Gasegite sheet packing, 51! lb. at 60< 

Insurance mill hose, 400 ft. Ij at 50i . Para iteam hose, 50 ft at $1.28; runberl ts 16 

pr. at $5; scuttle rubber, 100 ft. (f"x D,$16; sundry rubber supplies, $26.05; less discount, 

$140.40.. 276 55 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Vancouver: alloy ignitor points, 144 at 50c; No. loo B. C. 
ignitor slides, 7 at $5.44; No. 85 D. C. igniters, 6 at $10.20; electric drill, l.type "F.F.A.", 
1 .S , SI 00: exhaust valves, 6 at $4.64; B.S.I l.O. battery renewal-. ::i m -1 ;i:, mvcrsfur 
type "A ' Edison primarj batterj jars, 72 at 35c ; 1 (1J h.p.) type "Z" eiiL'ine. Sty; leather 
i ig, Gra Knight, single ply, 6 it (2") at 48c, 20 ft. (25") at 60c, double ply, 69 ft. at 
$2.40; pulleys, 1 $7 is, I . ss 35; rem i pe "V" Edison primary batteries, 144 sets 

at Sl. II): sundryeleori. a! -upi lie-, s!>p.5s : less discount, $122 846 91 

Carter Electric Co., \ ictoria C. P. lamps, 12 at 30c, 12 at 75c; hot shot battery, 5, at $2.75; 

Watt tungsten lamp-. 30 at 35c, 30 at 45c; sundry electrical supplies, $36.90 87 25 

Cullison, J. A., Mayne (sland, spai buoj. -. 12 at $10.50 126 1)1) 

Dartnell, Limited, Montreal: Flex-Sicco white. 16 gal. at $3.55; liquid Konkerite white, JO 

gal. at S2.95 115 so 

Dominion Paint Works. Walkerville: exterior Sta-White, 10 gal. at $3.25; white concrete 

primer, 20 gal. at $2.75 107 00 

Donaldson, . fas., Victoria: light copper fastened cedar boat, complete (14 ft.), t,$55, I, $60. 115 oo 

Drummond, Met 'all & Co., Montreal: chain shackles, 2,654 lb. at in'.c. ring chains, 

27,005 11,., si. 579. so; shackles and chains, 9,456 lb. at vc , swivels with link, 984 I!.., 
$211.56; less freight, $20.46 

Evans. I 'oleman & Evans, \ ictoria: cement, -II brl. at S2. :;.">; tisfi plates, 5,5Hi II,. at $3 per 100 
lb.; lime, 2 brl. at $1.25.30 bid. at M :;'., mil- 151.:;,;:; lb. at s:;.5 pei 2.210 11..; round steel, 
2,544 lb. at $3.60 per 100; sacks, 364 at 10c, 60 at 1' Mm 11,, al 5c; track bolts, 

950 lb. at 7c: freight and cartage, Ss; sundry supplies. So. 90 3,309 79 

Fleck Bros., Vancouver, Coolie packing, tio' lb. at SI. 25 ;:, i, ; 

Fraser River Pile Driving I lo.. New Westminster: building platform at on ret end of north 
arm jetty as per contract, S-J75; supplying and driving tales, wiring dolphins, etc., Serpen- 
tine river, as per contract, S:i75 7,-,n i 

i In- Accumulator ( o, i 'ana dab Toronto: accumulators. No. A— 50, 16 at Si 24, No. A— 150 15 
at $385, AW— 300 A. G. A., 12 at $632. I .vered tubing, 398 ft . al 

1 210.:; in s.-,..,ii, b :j D 0,2 at $8.25; L-200 lanterns, single flashers, 13 al $384; pressure 

gauges, 10 at $5.50; pressure gauge valves. 5 n , - eonnec - 95 il -1 6c 

B" joints, 5 at Si;. 50; sanvalves, S-10, at $129; sunvalve brackets and piping 6 
$9; sunvalvo c,,ck.- i',,i laiiirius. 7 :n , ,,,,-. 'b 10, 5 al $4.15, 5 at $5.15; A G. V. 

valves, V-270, 5 alt $10; sundry equipment, $79.71 21,847 :il 

Gilley Bros., New Westminster: cement, 17£ brl. $2.60, 4 brl. at s; crushed rock, 8] yd at 

$1.75; lump coal, 2 tons at $7.25, i ton, $3.75; sundry supplies, $24 ts 115 io 

Victoria, coal supplied by S.S. "Leebro", 62 tonsat 279 no 



Carried forward ;, , 

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O — 68 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1913 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des phares— Suite. S cts. 

Brought forward 55,315 91 

British Columbia — Continued. 

Hafer Machine Co., Victoria: ear wheels, 8 (14") at $3; piston ring for feed pump, 1, SIS; 
suppliyng 1 eyebolt for can buoy, , $24.50; repairs to condensor and shaft of winch, $34; 

labour. 243J h. at 75c; sundry machine supplies, $124.96 408 30 

Hawkins & Hay ward, Victoria: 1 Booch vibrating duplex ignition .system and magneto, $75; 

Mazda lamps, 42 at 35c, 39 at 40c; sundry electrical supplies, $37.51 142 81 

Heanev, J., Victoria, truckage 235 05 

Hickman Tye Hardware Co., Victoria: brass, 22J lb. at 65c, 161 lb. at 75c; brushes, hand 
dust 4 doz. at S2.90, paint, 4 doz. at $2.80, 5 doz. at $3.50, 7 T 'j doz. at. $4.15, whitewash, 8 at 
35c, 3 doz. at. $3.59; buckets, 3! doz. at. $5, 1] doz. at SO. 60, 1 doz. (galv.), $7.92; drift bolts, 
100 (}"). 811- iron with holes bored, 40 pes. at 25c; r,l. iron. 96 pes. at 18c, 51S\ lb., SIS.94; 
lawn mowers. 2, at $7.25; nails, 2 kegs (4') at $4.60, 1 keg i2\"), $4.70, 1 keg, $9.05; wire, 2 
kegs (6") at $4.55, 9 kegs (3') at $4.65, 4 kegs, (5") at S4.S0: rubber hose, 50 ft. at 20c; saws, 

crosscut, 12 ft., $14; sundry hardware supplies, $600.43 936 63 

Hudson's Bay Co.. Victoria: wharf privileges and rent of warehouse, April 1 to July 31, 1916.. . 300 00 

Imperial Oil Co., Victoria: crank case, 42-5 gal. at 37-8c; dynamo oil, S3-5 gal. at 51-3c; 
engine distillate, 92 gal. at 16ic, 93 gal. at 17£c, 2,800 gal. at 18c, 6,852-5 gal at 19c, 1,086 
gal. at. 19',c, 3, 118 -5 gal. at 20c; marine engine. 455 5 gal. at 72c, (special), S3 gal. at 60Jc; 
mineral seal, 39 gal. at 24c; palacine, 94 gal. at 21c, 54 cases at $2.10, 2,572 cases at $2.20, 
12 cases at $2.35, 24 cases at $2.45. ."><r . -a-i - at $2.55, 32 cases at $2.80, 24 cases at $2.90; polar 
ice machine, 44-5 gal. at 32-5c; Premier gasolene, 1SS gal. at 29c, 93 gal. at 30c, 360 gal. 
at 34'c, 10 cases at $2.90, 69 cas?s at S3, 75 cases at $3.10, 6 cases at $3.30, cases at $3.50; 
radiant candles, 10 cases at S1.6S; royalite, 20 cases at $1.85; standard gas engine, 544 gal. 

at 35c, 46 gal. at 41c, 46-6 gal. at. 43c; freight. $10.91 10.305 05 

Inglis, John Co., Toronto, 1 submarine bell float 505 00 

Jack, Watson & Co., Montreal: swivels and links, 1,645 lb. at $17.70 per 100 lb., 1,344 lb. at 

$19.89 per 100 1b.; eases, 4, $8.15 566 63 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: buoy black paint, 400 gal. at $1.33; lantern red, 600 gal. at 

$2.85; less discount, $44.84 2. 197 16 

Kaien Hardware Co., Prince Rupert: cement, 10 brl. at $3.25; iron (rd. and bar), 870 lb. at 
4Jc, 1,067 lb. at 5c, 20 lb. at 5Jc, 28 lb. at 5^c; manilla rope, 168 lb. at 26ic; nails, 1,700 
lb. at $5.25 to $9.50 per 100 lb., $10S.S5; white waste, 100 lb. at 20c; sundry hardware, 

$47 15 350 28 

KasloCitv, electric current supplier 1, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 240 00 

KelawnaCity, electric current supplied, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 69 76 

Leigh, James & Sons, Victoria: labour, 20 h. at. 75c; lumber, at $14 to $50 per M ft., $65.82; 

shingles, 15 M at $2.50; sundry lumber supplies. $23.03 141 35 

Lemon, Gonnason Co., Victoria: cedar logs. 6, (48 ft.), $62.50; flooring, etc, 1,373 ft. at $35; 
lumber, 3,087 ft. at $13, 32,516 ft. at $13.50, 720 ft. at $14. 4,323 ft. at $14.50, 16,611 ft. at $15, 
1,462 ft. at. $15.50, 11,788 ft. at $20, 200 ft. at $25. 706ft. at $27, 2,072 ft. at $30; oak. 914 ft. at 
4c 4201 ft. at 5c, 33 ft. at 20c; oak chafing for buoys, 12 pes., $149.50; sundry lumber 

supplies", $71.30 1,54115 

Leslie A C. & Co., Montreal, long link tested chains, 22,580 lb. at $5.45, 23,810 lb. at $6.05. . . . 2,671 12 

Linklater, P. M., Victoria: officers' suits, 16 at $31, 15 at $35 1,021 00 

McFarland, D. A., Nelson, repairing, painting and towing buoys 125 37 

McFarlane-Douglas Co., Ottawa: doors and frames for Triple Island, $550.40; 1 kalameined 

metal door and frame 2' 6" x 6', $37 587 40 

McQuade, Peter & Son, Victoria: ash oars, 78 ft. at 14c,S4ft. at30c; canvas, 41 yd. at 46c 100 
yd. at 53c, 9j yd. (72") at $1.40, 62 yd. at various prices, $31.67; coir deck brooms, 5 doz. 
at $3.85; cork fenders, 3 at. $5; elect, weld chain, 501b. at 20c; galv. steel wire, 100 ft. (f"), 
$15.75; galv. wire nails, 1 keg. $7.90, 2 kegs at $7.95; galv. wire rope, 850 ft. at 3ic. to lljc. 
per ft., $77.60; fire brick, 250 lb. at 6c: life buovs, 4 at $6.50, life preservers, 16 at $1.50, 
lead line, 25i lb. at 75c; manila rope, 670 lb. at 23ic 62i lb. at 23jC, 34 lb. at. 24|c, 1.011J 
lb. at 25Jc, 58J lb. at, 25k-, 6 lb. at 26fc, 33 lb. at 27c; matches, 22 gr. at 75c, 20 gr. at 
78c, (parlour) 10 gr. at $3.30, 3 cases at $6.35; packing, at 40c to $1.60 per lb., 8127.45; 
soap, 30 cases at $3.25; white lense fish traps, 1, $22, 1, $25.85; white waste, 556 lb. at 14c, 
1,174 lb. at 16c; white zinc, 200 lb. at 12c; wire nails, 3 kegs at $4.60, 1 keg, $4.85; wood 
snatch blocks (10"), 3 at $8, 1, $S.60; wall brushes, 24 (4") at 60c; zinc plates, 1.052J lb. 

at 25c; Ho oil, 40 gal. at 75c; sundry hardware supplies, $357.17 2,220 80 

Mable, William, Victoria: labour, 33J h. at 75c, 291 h. at 85c; tested chain, 256 lb. at 8c, 

128 lb. at Sic; 2 irons for screws, $28.50; express, 81: sundry hardware, $16.05 126 99 

Mann, A. E., New Westminster: piles, 3,990 ft. at 71c 360 ft. at 9c; spar buoys, 480 ft. at lie 384 45 

Marine Iron Works, Victoria: altering shackles, 169 at 50c; labour, 21 h. at 75c; lantern 
castings, 2 at $7.50, 2 at $6; making 3 boiler rakes and 1 bar, $12.50; putting shackle pins 

in with split, cotters, $37.50; cartage, $2.50; sundry repai-s, $50.45 230 20 

Marvin, E. B. & Co., Victoria: galv. flex, steel wire rope. 700 ft. at 3ic to 9c per ft., $37.75; 
galv. I. S. patent wood blocks, single and double, 15 at. $1.10 to $2.85, $26.10; graphite, 
48 lb. at 35c; C.B. lanterns, 2 doz. at $7.65; cotton waste, 500 lb. at 14c; manila rope, 
250 lb. at 231c 3551 lb. at 25ic, 89 lb. at 25c, 891 lb. at 25fc, 133 lb. at 26Jc, 139 lb. at 
29c; white lead, 500 lb. at 14c; sundry ship chandlery, $12.45 517 OS 

Carried forward 81, 139 49 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O CO 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights Continued. Entretien des phares Suite. 
Brought forward. 

British i 'olumbia < !on1 inued. 

Monarch Towing & Trading Co., New Westminstei h f tug Clite, towing piledri 

1 d., $20, 5d. af 880. ... 170 00 

Morrison, James, Victoria: irons for anchor blocks, 22, S71.70; oil drums for ash buckets, 

2 (12 ">, $1 ... 72 70 

Morton, 1).. Co., Vancou\ er, l No. 11 rotarj pump, standard, with brouse bladi i 95 00 

National Drug & Chemical Co of Canada: mercury, 26$ gal. at $1.60; wood alcohol, 23 gal 

it i 25, 57 gal. at $1.30, 15 gal. at $1.35; containers, $17.75; sundry drug supplies, s:;<i D2 I3|17 

Naval Service Department: clothing, §445.02; sundry labour and material, $56.70 50lj72 

Ormsby, A. B. Co., Toronto, sashes tor Triple Island.. 263 38 

Pacific < 'oast Coal Mines, Victoria, lump coal, 404 tons at $4.25 l,717lni 

Pearson, Geo S & Co., Nanaimo: butter, 50 lb. at 35c. to 37Jc, $18.13; bacon, 68-58 lb. at 
30c; dishes, $15.12; eggs, 30 doz. at 335c. 30 doz. at 37;.c; hams, 72,', lb. at 27c; milk, 
2 eases at $5. 25: sundry groceries, $57.05 162 15 

Pendray, W. .1 & Son, Victoria blue mottled soap, 1,650 lb. at lib-.; F.nglish softsoap, 500 
lb. at 9c; oatmeal and glycerine soap, I case, $3.20, 6 gr. at $3.55; white swai washing 
powder, :; cases at $4.55; sal soda, 700 lb., $10 50, h ton, $14, 1 ton, $30; sundry supplies, 
$1.10 .246 00 

Filler. Hiram L., Montreal: galv. anchor lanterns, 12 (8") at $8; No. 2 lip chimneys, 8 doz. p» 

70c; 8-day fish trap lights with white lens, 6 at $15.50 194 GO 

Powell, Geo. & Sons, Vietotia: axes, 1 doz, $10, 6 at 70c; galv. rails, 2 di ^ n >, I! 
cooking ranges, 3 at $50; 1 No. 644 Majestic range, $70; heatei ' ^v7."p. I, «i :,n, I.,!; 
chimneys, 3 doz. 2 at $2.50 10 doz 3 at $2.75; Smoci files, 9, $16.60; sundry 
dishes and kitchen utensils, 875.90; sundry hardware, $121.99 513 94 

Prince Rupert Towing ( !o., Prince Rupert, sand and gravel, 38 yd. a. $2. 76 00 

Prior, E. G. &<,,.. Vim, ia: blacksmith's coal, 1 "■ ■ '' cable, 600 ft. (J") at 12c; 

flexible cable. 400 ft. ii") at 0c; cable brooms, 4 doz. at $5.35; corn brooms, I J doz. at 
sis.",, 3 doz. tit $6; 1 No. 35 < 'ar combination tool holder, $29.25; 1 Cushman universal 
geared scroll chuck (3 jaws), etc., $36; hose, 100 ft. Ill") insurance at 35c, rubber, 50 ft. at 
27«c; 1 Massey-Harris connected hoist, 3 h.p.. with high tension magneto, etc., §305; I 
Myers cable carrier and 1 bay unloader, $19; 1 portable forge, SB. 25; light extension 
ladder, 40 ft. at 40c; Rainbow packing, 36 lb. at 53c; sheet lead, 19H lb. at 17c; solder, 
at 35'c or 37c, Sis. 35; swivel bench vise 172, $21; upper and lower trolleys for 

stores' ladder, $22.80; wire nails. 2 kegs 6 54.70, 2 kegs (2") at 

$4.95; sundry hardware, $263 75; less iliseount, 819.75 
. Public Works Department : making 8 and placing 7 spar buoj - on \\ esl Arm Kootenay Lake, 

$287.87; services of snag boat Samson and crew attending buoys, 16 d. at $05 1,327 s7 

Rithet, K P. & Co., \ ietoria, sundry groceries . 172 32 

Robertson, G. E. I. .. agent, Victoria, disbursements: board, at 80c. per d., W. G. Brown, 
$121.60, L. Cullison, $95, H. McKenzie, $147.75, A. K. Mcintosh, $12.80, W. J. Meade, 
$6.40, W. A. Middleton, $17,611. t '. R, Kershaw, $12 so. brokerage, $10.50; cartage, livery, 
etc. $37.88; duty, $289.77; express, $100.47; electric energy supplied, $251.66; freight, 
§3,500.78; meals, 308 at 25c. 24 at 40c; rent of telephone, 5 m. to Mar. 31 , $22.50, extension 
gong, J in. ,25c, moving telephone, $2.50; salving of lantern of beacon, $10; towing, $10; 
travel of, Gordon Halkett, $206.67. R. H. NichoU.n. $122.05, W. H. Peter. $100.85, F. 
Renter, $15.15, W. L. Stamford, $15.35; water supplied, $196.43; sundry disbursements, 
$48.44 5,597 80 

Robertson Iron Works, Victoria: blacksmiths and helpers, 20 h. at 50c, 23 h. at $1.50; 

steel eastings, 253 lb. at 6c 64 is 

Saunders, F. T., sub-agent, Prince Rupert, disbursements: freight, $86.95; travel of A. M. 

Connorton, $16.25; sundry outlay, $3.85 107 05 

Shaw & Evans, Montreal: chamois, 4S kips at $15.25; sponges, 10 lb. at S3. 40 per lb.; less 

discount, $1.32................... ..105 88 

Staneland I !o., \ ietoria: linseed oil, 20 gal. at $1.10. 44 gal. at $1.12; paint, 60 ( 5 pt.) tins at 
27c, 500 lb. at 8|c, 100 lb. at 10c, 500 lb. at lO'.c, 50 lb. at 14c, 300 lb. at 124c, 50 lb. at 
15c, 174 tins ; , pal. at $1 , 50 tins ( i gal.) at $1.10, 20 tins < \ gal.) at SI. 15, 10 gal. at $1, 4 
gal. at $1.75, 4 gal. at SI. 85, 15 gal. at $1.90; Porter's English composition, anti-corrosive, 
4 drums at $15; anti-fouling, 4 drums at $25: varnish, 4 gal. at $1.75, 2 gal. at $2.25; wiping 
rag-. 301 lb. at 5jC.; sundry paint supplies, $40.65 770 33 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston: pawls, 12 at $3.25; pawl springs, 6 at 15c; pull rod head com- 
plete with left and right, ratchets, etc., $71.90; Hess bright ball bearings, etc, S147.61; 
1 bell for submarine bell buoy mechanism, $135 394 41 

Thompson Hardware Co.. Prince Rupert; coloured waste, 100 lb. at 15c; hack saw blades. 
1 gr.. $8, 1 gr., S8.50; life belts, 10 at S1.50; oakum, 50 lb.. $11.50; Rainbow packing, 351 
lb. at SI; sundry hardware, S44.31 139 19 

Turner, Beeton & Co., Victoria: aprons, waiters', 3 doz. at S3 50, cooks', 3 doz. at $4.50; coats, 
Mackinaw, 28 at $6, white, 1 doz., $14.50; glass cloth, 300 yd. at 15c; linen table cloths, 
6 at $2; pillow cases, 12 doz. at S2; scrub flannel. IS" yd. at 16jc; towelling, 289; yd. at 
15c: white oil cloth, 40 yd. at 25c; sundry furnishings. S33.53 405 35 

Turpel, Win. & Son, Victoria, docking, cleaning and painting derrick scow US 00 

Carried forward . . . 95,750 47 



O — 70 LI DITOR QENMRAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Maintenance of Lights— Continued.— Entretien des phares— Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 95,750 47 

British Columbia — Concluded. 

Union Carbide Co. of Canada, Ottawa, Imperial special lump carbide, 57-6 tons at $49.50. . . . 2,851 20 
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co., Vancouver, driving, springing and wiring 2 (3 pile) 

dolphins, etc., as per contract : . . . 150 20 

Victoria Plumbing Co., Victoria, chimney tops, 1, $24, 1, $32 56 00 

Victoria Transfer Co., Victoria: drayage, $38.50; freight, $19.25 57 75 

Weiler Bros., Victoria: corrugated rubber, 44 lb. at 30c; linoleum, 15J sq. yd. at $1.75, laying 

same, 6 h. at 75c; sundry furnishings, $8.30 53 13 

Wellington-Comox Agency, Victoria, washed nut coal, 440 ton at $3.50, 95 ton at $3.75 1,896 25 

Western Fuel Co., Nanaimo, steam coal, 1,853 ton at $4.25 7,875 25 

Westholme Lumber Co., Prince Rupert: cement, 65 brl. at $2.95; fir flooring, 200 ft. at $38; 

spruce, 1.S95 ft. at $18.50 234 40 

Winch, R. V. & Co., Victoria: Portland cement, 15S brl. at $2.38, 12 brl. at $2.35; sacks, 680 

at 10c 472 24 

Worthington Pump & Machinery Corporation, New York, 1 compressor with foundation 

bolts and squares 450 00 

Yarrows Ltd., Victoria: 10 sets iron castings and forgings for gas buoys, $280; sundry labour 

and repairs, $37.72 317 72 

Mail service. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Carmanah Point, $60; 

Methodist Church in B.C., to Light and Radio Stations along coast, $1,000; Harold 

Ward, between Bamfield and Cape Beale, $60 1, 120 00 

Salaries of semaphore operators, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: J. Grove, Prospect Pt. (2), $1,320; 

W. D. Jones, Brockton Pt. (2), $1,320 2,640 00 

Care of buoys in sundry places ($382.68) — 

Arrow Lake Lumber Co., South Thompso i River and Kamloops Lake, 12 m. to Jan. 2, 

1917 150 00 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Arrow Lakes, Feb. 20, 1916 to Jan. 1, 1917 197 68 

Vancouver Harbour Commission, Coal Harbour, 6 m. to Jan. 2, 1917 35 00 

Accounts under $50 1, 190 96 

Detailed in: Agencies, Rents and Contingencies, $2.25; Dominion Steamers, $676.19; Con- 
struction of Lights, S11.5S4.06 12,262 50 

127,760 75 
Less — Charged to: Agencies, Rents and Contingencies, $847.37; Dominion Steamers, 
$19,570.78; Construction of Lights, $28,786.12; refunded: coal supplied, $262.18; sale of 
empties and sundry articles, $509.49; loan of derrick scow, 3j d., $70; maintenance of gas 
buoy, Victoria breakwater, $95.79 50, 141 73 

77,619 02 

Independent Buoys and Beacons — Bouecs et balises isolees. 

Bottrell, R. J., Sault Ste. Marie, cedar for spar buoys, 700 1. ft. at 10c 70 00 

Canadian Towing and Wrecking Co., Port Arthur: placing, maintaining and lifting gas and 

spar buoys. $2,130.62; freight, $5.81 2,136 43 

Gas Accumulator Co., Toronto: re-charging accumulators with acetylene, 6,280 cu. ft. at $15 

per M, $94. 20;-freight, $48.83 143 03 

Goodchild, Louis, Amherstburg, disbursements: hire of tug D. McCarthy, 6 d. at $35; hire 

of scow, 6 d. at $5: travel, $20 25 260 25 

Hackett, ('. H .. Amherstburg: maintaining Amherstburg range lights, i y. to December 31, 
1916, $200; maintaining Elliott Point range lights. ', v. to December.31, 1916, $200; labour, 

2 d. at $5; travel, $4.40 414 40 

McLean. A. B. & Sons, Sault Ste. Marie: hire of tug, 69 h. at $3.50, 34 h. at $4 377 50 

Railways and Canals Dept., hire of tug-boat Batchawana at. $3.50 per h. and derrick and scow 

at$lperh 347 00 

Ross, Thos. D., Sault Ste. Marie, services for inspecting buoys for season of 1916 200 00 

Ross J. W. LeB.. Sault Ste. Marie, disbursements for labour at $4 to $2 per d. 207 60 

Accounts under $50 190 32 

Care of buovs in sundry places — 

Carrier, H. J., Thames river, $50; Cosgrove. Geo., Thunder Bay, § y., $100 150 00 

Dobson, John W., Southampton, \ v.. $189 25; Fraser, S. Kenneth, Detroit River, 

$9,474 96 9,664 21 

Jackson, Hutty, Charity Island Bank and Saugeen River, j y 137 50 

Reid Wrecking Co.. M it own. $350; less, supplying missing posts, $21.58 328 42 

Shipman, S., Soo River 390 14 

15,016 SO 



3IARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Maintenance of Lights C luded. Entreflen des phares— Fin. 



General Ai 

AIL. n. Indrew A., travel to ' mi awn to attend two meeting of Lighthou 
Corbeil, Albert, storekeeper at ( Ittawa, salary, 1 j to Mai 31 
Roj . Etolland, clerk, July and \ 

\\ est 1 Hsinfei t ing Co., Montreal i ologne liquid ■ ■ ■ 

Expressage: Canadian Co., $39 10; Dominion, $40 19 
Public Printing and Stationers Dept., Ottawa pri 

\ mts undei 550 

I letailed under Maintenance Qui bee 



BO 



50 50 

129 in 

91 70 

9,568 27 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation. 
Construction dc phares ct aides a la navigation. 

Guillemette, < 'has., Baie St. Paul, painting new lighthou; ontrai I i 

Tremblay, < loris, Cap au ( orbeau pun base i $150 g down 

trees obstructing light, $200 

( 'armanah Point, B C. 

Warnock & Cochrane, Carmanah Point: erection of dwelling contra ,219; extra 

labour and material, $6; less, distillate used in operating tram »"ay, n.j gal. at 20c. 

Caribou Island, X S. {$1,01 'fi . 

Labour under direction, M. J. Egan 

IN son w I & Co., Sault Ste. Marie pine, 3,068 ft. at $35; shingles, 8 M at $3; sundry lum- 
ber, $49 42 

Robichaud. Siffroi, Meteghan Centre, erection of combined lighthouse an 1 dwelling, balance 
on conti 

Talbot, Win.. Pictou, balance on account services as inspector 
md< i W0 2 

Cascades Point, I' Q 

Blanchard, Amedee, N P., Rigaud, travelling expenses and registration n lighthouse site, 

les Point 
Dore, Phileas, Valleyfield, erection of lighthouse towers contract) 
Lortie, Cesaire, i 'oteau, services as inspector, 1 p.c. of contract 
Accounts under $15 2 

Dartmouth Depot, X., 

I lanadian Government Railways, Moncton, amount due for siding 

Standard Construction Co., Halifax, removing old pile wharf, close piling wl 
cribwork, dredging, etc . (contract) 

' Point, B I 

Labour under direction of W. L. Stamford 

Braddock, A. W., Nootka, supplying ties (specificat it 15jc 

Foresl Branch, Lands Department, Victoria, scaling royalty and stumpage 



/ • . ■ /' - Ont $5,770). 

Cook, S B., Port Rowan, building elevated walk to new lighthouse tower (contract) 

Ma t tain i, Chas., Fergus, balance on conferacl . ($8,490) for erection of reinforce. 1 concrete tower 

MarcelU Point, N.B 

Archer, Wm.. I.oggieville. surveying lot of land on Pokesudie Island 
Young, F. T. B.. Caraquet: balance on contract S4.50), for erection of ligh; 1 

repairs to light, S165.9S; expropriation of lighthouse land. 583 
Accounts under $10 2) 



35 00 
350 00 



2,212 00 



7 50 

I -.n 81 

150 00 
6 00 
57 15 



85 85 

1,550 mi 

62 00 

16 10 



179 46 



782 75 
89 60 



250 00 
520 00 



348 98 
12 40 



Carried forward . 



O — 72 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation— Continued. $ cts. 

Construction de phares et aides a la navigation—Suite. 

Brought forward 16,289 50 

.S'(. John Marine Depot, N.B. {$11,392.22). 

Roek excavation on downstream side of Marine wharf at St. John ($7,836.11) — 

Labour under direction of H. E. Boland 876 30 

Beaver Dredging Co., St. John West, towage, Dec. 1, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917 300 00 

Kent, T. R., Co., St. George: hire of drilling outfit, 15 d. at $10, 56 d. at $20; labour and 

board of workmen, 9 d. at J6 1,324 00 

Leahey, E. < >., West St. John shifting dredire licarnn Bur, SHI; work of hoister. $15. 25 00 

Maritime Dredging A: Construction Co., West St. John": labour and board oi crew, 

S1.46S.92; labour as per agreement, $250; black wire rope, 340 ft. at 34tc; coal, 

' 59-803 tons at §5.75, 23-951 at -S6, 2 tons at $7, 2 tons at $7.50; meals supplied, 25 at 

35c, 31 at 50c; water supplied at 40c. gal., $123.60; wharfage, 20 d. at $2; estimated 

porportion of $1,225 profit agreed, $774 90; interest and depreciation on dredge, 41 d. 

at SIS; sundry outlay, $74 91 4,128 46 

Poland, H. E., services as diver, 18 d. at $5 90 00 

Union Foundry A: Machine Works, St. John West, labour and material 2 58 

I letailed in: Construction General, travel of G. X. Breen, $10 .00, H. E. Poland, $152.20; 

G. S. Macdonald, $102; Maintenance New Brunswick, ston-s. Ss\4 97 1,149 77 

Labour under direction of: G. N. Breen, $1,235; H. A. Lynch, $47 54; F. J. Lewis, $90.63. . . 1,373 17 
Lewis, Wm. & Son, St. John: steel frame for oil shed as per contract, $780; bands, etc., for 

concrete pipe, $6 786 00 

Clarke, Chas. R., West St. John, electric fittings. 50 9a 

Mcintosh Bros., West St. John, cartage 94 40 

Pearce & ( !ameron, St. John, painting buoy shed and fence a^ per contract .. 41 1 45 

Poland, H. E., services as diver, 5 d. at $5 25 00 

Union Foundry & Machine Works, St. John West, labour anil material 15S 85 

Wilson, J. E., St. John, fitting on metal covering on oil shed as per contract 504 00 

Accounts under $50 (4) 9- 29 

St. Paul's Island, M.S. (S2.S62.56). 

Labour under direction of J. L. Colter ... 1,800 49 

Brennan&Co., North Sydney: butter, 40 lb. at 34c; ham, 601b. at 25c; milk, 3 cases at $5; 

plate beef, lbrl., $27.50; sundry groceries, $52.97.. 124 07 

Robichaud, Siffroi, Meteghan < Jentre: balance due on contract ($8,940) for erection of wooden 
dwelling, $75. less, disallow-ed for defective items, $30; material left by contractor, pur- 
chased bv Department, $307.60 3.52 60 

Accounts und'er $50 (6) 85 4a 

Sandy Beach P.Q. {$1 

Ascah, John N., lightkeeper, Sandy Beach Pier: services as inspector, 4 p.c of contract, 

($1,500); repairing shingling of dwelling, $10 70 00 

Ascah, Neill, Gaspe, replacing broken beam of pier . .. 57 00 

Maloney, Lewis, Perce: construction of breakwater, on southeast side of Sandy Beach pier, 

as per contract, $1 ,500; allowance for extras, $75 1, 575 00 

. Spry Bay, N.B. (S1.S30.80). ' 

Henry, Rogers, Harris & Stewart, Halifax, legal services ic Spry Hay range lights 19 80 

Murphy, James, Boutilier, Alton and Henley, W. C. purchase of site 145 00 

Standard Construction Co., Halifax, erection of wooden lighthouse tower and steel skeleton 

tower as per contract 1,155 00 

Accounts under $10 (2) H 00 

Uppei Traverse, P.Q. (.$2,458.10). 

Labour under direction of Joseph Blanchette 1,459 85 

Fournier, Alfred, St. Roch des Aulnaies: meals supplied workmen, 2,772 at 30c. 28 at 25c, 
night lunches, 71 at 15c; boat hire, trips with workmen and baggage, S at $4, 1 trip with 

U.K. Poland. 1 . . : ' ss2 2 j> 

Poland, H. E., Queuec, services as diver, 22 d. at $5 HO 0JJ 

Accounts under $10. 6 00 

Victoria Depot, B. C. ($22,498.80). 

British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Victoria, installation of power lines at depot 275 00 

Esquimault Water Works Co., Victoria, installation of 6" main to premises on Indian Reserve. 1,585 60 
Imperial Oil Co., Victoria: l-T-208 pump and tank complete, with 48 ft. hose, S352.50; ins- 
talling same, $67.50 42 ° 00 

Carried forward 37,815 78 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O 73 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Construction of Lights and Aids (o Navigation < ■ 

( iiiisirui'iiiiii dt' pliarts el aides a la navigation Suite. 

Broughl forward 

Victoria Depot, B.C.- Concluded. 
Marine Iron Works. Victoria: axles, bearings, rods, platei etc. as per agreement, $100; steel 

axles, 2, $9.50.. 109 50 

Parfitt Bins.. Victoria: construction of buoy, stores and freighl sheds, trai kagi etc., $16,300; 
works on Songhees Reserve as agreed, $1,848.30; concrete paving as per tender, $1,827; 
ditching, laying and caulking pipe as per tender, $126 20,101 30 

Small account... . ...... 2 40 

Sundry Lights under $2,000 — Phares divers an i< sous d* tSfiOO. 

Ballenas Island, $748.01; Barrington Lightship, $520; Battery Point, $662.24; Bunker Island. 
$713.58; Burnt Island $515.04; Cape Bauld, $1,149.75 Cape Hosier, $770. 53; Cape Salmon, 
$1,748.13; Ogden Point, $1,494; Peter Ho. k, $1,X30.N4; Port \nhnr, ?l,()i;7.7S; p,,n Mail- 
land, $1,377.16; Prune Rupert, $1,124.84; St. John West Wharf, $S23.55; Whitehead, 
$784.95; sundry lights under $5 'O oo\ s9.sso.55; less legal services, sit'::. 02 24,602 93 

Legal services in conned ion with small lights ($623.02) — 

Armstrong, W. B., Truro, re title Little Dyke 43 20 

Fauteaux, G. X., n land Pointe au Chene.. 120 50 

Gagnon, I. e, mida-, i )hicou1 imi, n Site Price Monument . 23 05 

Gauvreau & Montreuil, Quebec, re sites ( 'ape i harles and Ste Emelie 

Henry Rogers, Harris & Sti wart. Halifax, n deed Spry Hay lighthouse site . 19 80 

Sullivan. A.J. I'.. Stayner, ri sites Nottawasaga range lights.. 35 22 

Taillon, Bonin, Morin <v. Laramie, n petition of right, of Zenon Plouffe, St. Sulpice ( 'ourse 



range lights 



General Account. — Compte giniral. 

Resident engineers, foremen, etc., employed at various works ( $13,191.30). — 

Ahvard, H. J., assistant engineer, travel and disbursements 364 43 

Bilodeau, D., foreman, travel and disburse nts 63 35 

Blanchett, Jos., foreman, travel and disbursement, 20 61 
Breen, 1 1. N., foreman erector: -alary, 12 in. to Mar. HI , 1917, $1,200; travel and disburse- 
ments, S22N.47, less charged to St. John Depot, $10.60. 1,417 87 

Browne, J. A., draughtsman, travel and disbursements 78 25 

Carson, W. H., district engineer, travel and disbursements. 174 63 

Colter, J. L., foreman, travel and disbursements... 191 05 
Egan, M. J., foreman of work.-, .-alary, '.I m. to 1 »ec. 31, 1916, 2 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at 

$110.00 per in., travel and disbursements, $728.41 (Jan paid by X. Service) ... 2,011 07 

Gallagher, D. J., foreman, travel and disbursements 15 80 

Geizer, E. J., foreman, travel and disbursements 120 S5 

Hamel,. Jos., supervisor of workshops, Quebec, salary, April ami May, 1910 at $1 14.40, Sept. 
20 to Dec. 31, 1916 at $110.00 per in. Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $11S.S0, less military 

pay 61 d. at $2 855 i 5 

Leger, J. A., resident engineer, travel and disbursements 471 70 

Lewis, F. J., fog-alarm erector: salary, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1017, $1,099.92; travel and 

disbursements, $70.05 1, 170 57 

Lynch, H. A., draughtsman, travel and disbursements 70 75 

Macdonald, G. S., foreman, travel and disbursements... 327 9S 
Morrison, E. H., fog-alarm erector, salary, at $80 per m., April 1 to June 5, 1910, Aug. 24 

to Sept. 30, 1910, at $85 per m.. Oct. 1, 1916 to Mar. 31, 1017 781 39 

Nicholson, R., asst. fog-alarm engineer, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 1,080 00 

Ouimet, Achille, as.-t. inspector of fog-alarms, travel and disbursements. 7 09 

Parent, Ferd., foreman, travel and disbursements 55 60 

Peter, W. H., fog-alarm engineer, salary 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 1,200 00 
Phillips, T. H., fog-alarm erector: salary, May 1 to Dee. 31, 1916 at $89.16 per m., Jan. 

1 to Mar. 31, 1917 at $93.33 per m.; travel and disbursements, $249.49 1.242 70 

Poland, H.E., diver, travel ami disbursements, $240. 32, less charged St. John Depot, $152. 20 04 12 

RobitaiUe, 11. J., asst. engineer, travel anil disbursements 143 02 

Smith, J. A., district engineer, travel and disbursements.. . 25 40 

Trowsdale, W. II. I'., foreman of works, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,200 00 

Preseott Depot Staff and other employees ($07,437.41 1 — 

J. R. Taylor, officer in charge, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2,500 00 

A. T. Thompson, resident engineer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917... I , S50 00 

I. Gaudin, accountant., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 1.01 

C. Murphy, asst. accountant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. .... 1,050 00 

F. C. Stone, cost clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,000 00 

A. Keeler, time-keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 , .... 1,000 00 

J. Torrence, caretaker, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ... 750 00 

H. E. Poland, diver, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917,. . 909 96 
Clerks: A. Eward, 2 m. to May, 31, 1910 at $700 per v., 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $750 per 

>-.; A Ritchie, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1916 at $700 per y 1,033 31 

Carried forward 108,229 50 



O — 74 AUDITOR GENERA.VS REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation— Continued. $ ets. 

Construction de pharcs et aides a la navigation— Suite 

Brought forward 108,229 50 

General Account — Continued — Compte general — Suite. 
Prescott Depot — Concluded. 

Draughtsmen: G. L. Chabot, f2 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,300; L. Mclnerney, 9 m. to Dec. 

31 1916 at $950 per v., 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 at $1,000 per y 2,262 43 

Electrician, G. R. Barton, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 780 00 

Erectors: B. Dungan, at -$S5 per m., $571.71; at $75 per m., J. Hagarty, $900, S. Neiforth, 

$865.46 2, 337 17 

Firemen, at $50 or $55 per m 1 , 686 49 

Foremen- Wm. Nuttall, $1,200; T. J. Bald, 5i m. to Sept. 15, 1916, at $95 per m.; J. J. 
Lindsav $1,020; T. Bruce, $960; Wm. Langstaff, $960; C. Price, 11 m. at $75, 1 m., 

$80. 5,567 50 

Gatekeepers or messengers, at $1.75 per d.: T. H. Hill, $491.75; I. S. Johnson, $694.75. . 1,186 50 

Paternmaker, W. Bray, at $75 per m 882 70 

Stationary engineer, A. Bradford at $0 > p-r m 764 83 

Stenographers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: F. C. Glasgow, $800; M. L. Stuart, $800; H. C. 

O'Brien, 1 m., $50; 11 m., $595.76 2,245 76 

Storekeepers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917: Wm. McCarney, $1,050; W. R. Peterson, $800. . 1,850 00 

Teamster, T. Brinston, at $50 per m 45.5 55 

Assemblers, at. 26c. to 30c. per h., $2,504.03; blacksmiths, at 27c. or 30c. per h., $788.90; 

« carpenters, at 27c. to 30c. per h„ $4, 106.38 7,399 91 

Caulkers steamfitters and tinsmiths at 30c. per h., $3,625.05; coppersmiths, at 34c. or 

35c. per h., $1,991.22, helper, at 28c. per h., $370.02 5,986 29 

Gasmen at $65 per m., $777.44, at 24c. per h., $1,147 .SO; machinists, at 29c. to 33c, $4,- 

738.35, helper, at 23c. or 25c. per h., $1,372.82; moulder at 2Sc. h., $791.56 8,827 77 

Labourers, at 21c. or 22c. per h., $7,810.63; packers and painters at 28c. per h., $2,416.40; 

packers helper, at 24c. per h., $691.32 10,918 35 

Toolmakers, at 35c. or 38c. per h., $1,045.38; watchmen, at $1.75 per d., $1,457.51 2,502 89 

Labour and board under direction of Montreal Agency, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ($10,386.84) — 

Alex. Martin, foreman, at $100 per m 1,200 00 

J. A. U. Beaudry, engineer, at $125 per m.. 1.500 00 

Henri Girard, asst. engineer, at $90 per m 1,080 00 

Foremen, at $2.50 to $3.50 per d., $1,475.50; carpenters, at $2.25 to $4 per d., $3,735.21; 
caulkers, at $2.25 or $2.50 per d., $103.38; engineer, at $2 per d., $428; watchmen, at 
$2 per d. or n., $1,682; labourers, at $1.25 to $2 per d., $2,683.76; teamster at $4.50 
per d., $247.50; cooks, at $1.12$ per d. or $35 per m., $125.87; board of workmen, at 
25c. per m., $664.60; less charged to Buoy Service, $2,336.26, maintenance Montreal 

District, $2,152.47, Repairs to wharves, $50.25 6, 606 84 

Salaries at Ottawa, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ($4,644.91)— 

H. A. Lynch, draughtsman, at $112.50 per m. $1,349.97, less charged to Agency New- 
Brunswick, $225 1,124 97 

G. L. MacLaren, draughtsman, at $108.33 per m 1,299 96 

T. F. Murdoek, draughtsman, at $95.83 per m 1, 149 98 

G. T. Mclnerney, draughtsman, 7 m. at $60, 5 m. at $75 795 00 

( ;. \V. York, draughtsman, 1 m. Mar. 1917 75 00 

W. H. Smith clerk, 4 m. to July 31, 1916 at $50 200 00 

Advertising in various newspapers 375 25 

Acetylene Construction Co., Montreal: Bray pilot tips, 3 gross (} ft.) at $10; Cyco burner 
tips, 5 gross (1 ft.) at $25; Economic pillars and tips, 10 gross (i ft.) at $30, $ gross (i ft.), 

$10; express, postage etc.. $1.61 4 66 61 

American Meter Co., New- York, 1-10 candle power Pentane lamp No. 257 102 50 

Auer Incandescent Light, Mfg. Co., Montreal: mantles, 2,000-25 m. m. at 7$c, 2,100-35 m. 

m. at 18c, 2,000-55 m. m. at 31c; less discount, $4.34 1, 143 66 

Bailey Broom Co., Kingston, brooms, 16 doz. at $4 64 00 

Barbier, Barnard & Turenne, Paris: 3rd order, 500 m. m., 90 deg. single flashing optic, 2 at 

$4,100; burners, $26.06; war risk insurance on apparatus, $175 8,401 06 

Beardmore Belting Co., Toronto: tingle leather belting, 60 ft. IT at 36c, 60ft. (2") at 48c, 
355 ft. (2$") at 60c, 56 ft. (4") at 96c, 270 ft. (5") at $1.20; sundry belting supplies, $19.50, 

less, discount, $286.51, freight, $1.09 373 06 

Beland, T., agent Quebec, disbursements: cab hire, cat tickets etc, $7.75; express, $10.80; 
freight, $140.01; travel of, J. B. Barbeau, $3.20, F. E.Cote, $33.03, Ed. Lavergne, $57.92, 

H.E. Poland, $73.35; sundry outlav, $6.99 333 05 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canida: rent of telephone, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, Prescott Depot, 1, 

$20, 1. $25, 2 at $27, Quebec, 1, $25, Sorel, 9 m. to Mar. 31, $15; toll service, $119.03 258 03 

Birkett, Thos. & Son Co., Ottawa: blued cut tacks, 12pkgs, at $2.55; iron, at $3.05 or $3.35 
per 100 lbs., $17.55; ratchet, drills, 3 at $8; screws, $15.50; soldering coppers, 21 lbs. at 
65c; Stillson wrenches, 9, $14.01; taper shank twist drills, 3 at $5.15; wire fencing, 100 

rds, at 40c; sundry hardware, $53.30; less, discount, $39.09, freight, $1.76 183 21 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Toronto, sundry brushes " 77 63 

Bradley, J. H., Prescott: bran, at $1.30 to $2 per 100 lb., $19.50; dishes, $12.43; oats, 69 bu. at 

70c, 21 bu. at 75c, 30 bu. at 78c, 60 bu. at 83c; sundry provisions, $14.44 183 62 

Carried forward 190,877 07 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPAR'l i// W. / XPENDITl RE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 75 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation < ontinu 
Construction dc phares et aides a la navigation — Suiti 



Brought forward 



190,877 117 



General Account Continued Compb general— Suite. 
Brandram-Henderson, Montreal: white paint, 300 gal. at $2.73; 100 gal. at $2.75 le d int, 



$21. 



British American Oil l '<->-. Montreal: ga tigi) 

oil, inn 1 . gal ii .'! le ; machine oil, 39 gal. a 
Builders Sales, Ottawa: lock set . '• " $10.75; 

universal -haft hangers, 5 (18") at $2.85; 

(1 f), S9-3S, 24 Imperial bra- eic . s.; ' to. 

$28.47; less, discount. $25. :>:-:. freight. :!."..-.. 
Butler & Co., Birmingham, 500 triple action duplex lamp burners without safetj extinguishers 

and globe galleries, including extra [reight and insurance. 
Canada Brush ( 'o . St . John, sundrj brusl 



lind 1, 83 gal. at 35c, ; mat 

.; marine cylinder oil. 241 ', gal. at 28c 
[esssteel tubing, 1.004A ft. (}') at 22Jc; 
i's, 1 angle (3*), $12.50, 1 standard brass 
I split pulleys, •">. $21.55; sundry supplies, 



C 



block ii 



. at JS'.c.; block zinc. 542 lb. at ll'.c. 520 lb. at 
46c; zinc, 500 lb. ai 21c; less freight, Si lit) 
ii: gas hose, 200 ft. i'."i at 17c; water hose, 50 
ly) 829 37; rubbei boots, 8 pr. at S3 15, 1 pr. 
discount, $2i 03, express, 30c 



,da Metal Co., 1 

141c; brass spelter, 25 lb. at 40c , 25 II 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Mon 
ft. '1'" x 4 ply) at 75c, 4 lengths f » 
si 65; sundry rubber supple,, 519 53; 

< 'anadiau Express Co., Prescott, express cl 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Montrea 
cups, 25, $6.40; hand force pumps, 5 
with sell locking attachments, 1 No. 2 
with handles, 2 (2§") at SS 75; 12 h.p. , . 
equipment complete, etc., 9 at $713.50; shaft collars 10 at SI; universil adjust aide ring 

oiling shaft hangers, 11 at $7; sundry engine supplies, sj7 t i; less, dis int , 8S6 12, freight 

and express, S2 tilt 

Canadian General Fire Extinguisher Co.. Montreal, black pipe, 517-42 ft. (l"l at $7 per 11)1) 
ft.., 21 ft. to") at $69.56; galv. pipe, I '.17 J- ft. (J"), $10 s4 brass water relief valves, 2 (1") 
at $12, 4, (li") at $15; mall, iron unions, elbows, tees, etc . at 18c. to $1 55 each, $54 38; 
nipples, at 4e. to $3 35, $43 69; sq. hd. brass stop cocks, 4 2J") at $14 .50: sundry hard- 
ware, $19 12: less discount, $152.45 

Canadian Griscom-Russell Co., Montreal: filtering cloths, 5 sets at $12.20; less discount, 



1,1)72 12 
151 66 



i;::i, i)2 
66 45 



I 

115 42 



>:-k-, 21 >. ;"i at 42'.c; compression gr 
$13 50, 1 I l|"), $14 75; small hinged 
platform, s7 30; sq . lead brass plug ci 
throttling governor horizontal oil engine 



62c 



th fuel 



applied .-hops at Quebe 
E.L. — 1 "Eldie" I without 



m freight i hi 



sl.lllil 



rent of siding. 12 m. to 
of icebreaker "St. Egnace" at 



Canadian Government Railway 
Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., 

unloadei - but fitted with le 
Canadian Pacific Railway t'o.. 

Jan. 31, 1918, $16. . 
Canadian Towing and Wrecking Co., Port Arthu 

S.ault Sir. Marie. April 18 to 25, 8 d. at $1,600 
Castle, F. J. Co., Ottawa, sapolio, 15 doz. at $1 20; soap, 5 boxes at $4 10; washing soda, 

750 lb. at Si 50 per 100; sundry >oap supplies, $11 55; less freight an 1 can 
Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: wrenches, 1 doz 10"), $11 20; -■; doz (24") at S25 20, 

T \ doz. 36' I at sail in, | doz., assorted, $1 16; sundry hardware, $33 83; less discount, 

45c, freight . sic 
( ihance Bros & < lo., Birmingham, double Sashing optic, 500 m. m., 90 degrees, 2 -3rd order 

each, $4,197 and $4,272 
< Ihesli y, J. ( '.. agent, St. John, disbursements: expri ss, si_> 85; freight, $101 40; sundry outlay, 

$5 62 
Coghlin, B. J.. Montreal: brass coil springs, 24 at 50c; occulating box springs, 100, 200 m. m. 

at 60c; steel springs, 2 sets, $5 50 
( iollector of ( lustoms, Prescott, customs duties 
( 'ournovcr, Paul, Sold, cartage, at 40c or 60c. per h. 
Crabtree Co., Ottawa, sundry blue prints 
Dalton, W. 15. & Sons, Kingston: Japanned bench vises, 6 at $2 75; malleable hinged pipe 

vises. 3 at $2 65; pipe cutters with spare cutters, 1 at si 70, 3 at $4. 1. $12 
Davidson,. lames, Estate, Ottawa: pine. 5,000 ft. at $34 50; spruce, 6,000 ft. at $29 75 
Diaphone Signal Co., Toronto: castings for standard type "K" diaphone pistons 

express, $6 60; 1 female gauge (8") for type "K" piston, $24; 1 — J k.w. generatoi 

armature, $77; repairing generator, $15 !)6: fog-alarm testing plant. $253 90 
Dominion Bridge 1 lp., Montreal, sundry ancle,, etc 
Dominion Express ( lo., Prescott. express charge,. 
Dominion 1 llass I !o., Montreal: chimneys (7* I, 4S doz. at 65c, 120 doz. at 80c; less discount , 

$1.27 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Montreal: Lowmoor iron, 2.104 lb. at ss per 10 Id drawn 

' seamless steel tubing. 1,005-083 ft. (!') at 23c, 1,002-667 ft. (§") at 18ic; steel angle 

240 lb. at 4c; steel plate,. 1 (12" x 12" x ";"'. $4; 1. 1st) lb,, at $5.15 per 100; stocklc- ancle.,-. 

3,280 lb. at S7 ::5 per 100, 3.134 lb. at $10 60 per Kill; Swedish iron. 387 lb. at - 

100; less freight, SS 64, less 581 lb. copper sold, $122.01 

Edmundsons Limited. Dublin, 500 yd. 1|" wide wick, including postage, insurance, etc 



60 

4114 


39 

as 


1 , 574 


25 


1.077 


25 


12,800 no 


61 


05 


82 


1 ; 




119 


S7 


7 7 50 

4,749 98 

103 to 

197 63 


55 

351 


25 
00 


467 
55 
166 


16 

00 

23 



1,136 42 
65 09 



Carried forward . 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation— Continued $ cts. 

Construction dc phares ct aides a la navigation— Suite. 

Brought forward .V. 235,816 50 

General Account — Continued — C ample general — Suite. 

Fairbank, N. K. Co., Montreal: gold dust, 30 cases at $4.45; less discount, 67c 132 83 

Forman, John, Montreal: portable lamp guards, 6 at SI. 51; pore, socket keys, 50 at lie, 50 
at 17c; shunt wound electric generators, -J K.W.D.C, 3 at 185.05; split pore, insulators, 

$12 15; express, $16.80; sundry electrical supplies, S29.25; less freight, 55c 335 86 

Frothingham & Workman, Montreal: axes. 2 at S7; bench axes, 1 doz., $7.50; Lawmoor iron, 
830 lb. at $8.35 per 100; pipe cutters, 15 at SI. 57, 10 at $4.50; sundry hardware, $67.35; 

less discount, lie. cartage, 43c 226 16 

Garland, J. M., Son & Co., Ottawa: grey cotton, 210 yd. at. 8c, 42 yd. at 8§c; ticking, 10S 

yd. at 27c; towels. 6 doz. at $1.50; express, 45c 58 98 

Gas Accumulator Co. (Canada), Toronto: A.G.A. accumulators, 9, (type A.W. — 150) at S385, 
3 (type A.W. — 300) at SC32.50; burner pilots. 12 at 75c; pressure gauges. 2 at S'i.10; recharging 

A.W.—- 300 accumulator with acetylene, 4,890 cu. ft. at $15 M cartage, $3.10 5,460 15 

General Supply Co. of Canada, Ottawa: black pipe 208 ft 5*) at $5.76 per 100; Dixon's pipe 
joint compound, 20 lb. at 33c, 20 lb. at 45c; elbows, railings, etc, $60 40; Gensup spiral 
packing, 25 lb. . $11 09 ; pullers, 2 at $4 . 90, 10 at $5 20, 8 at $7 . 70, 5 at $12 . 10; sundry supplies, 

$18.63; less discount, $146. 26 155 96 

Gill Bros. Co., Steubenville, U.S.: ruby chimneys, 240 doz. at 60c, 146 doz. at $2 50: packages, 

20 at 60c, 2 at 70c, 20 at $1 15; freight, $19.12; less discount, $1.69 564 83 

Grand Trunk Railway System, Prescott, freight 981 35 

Greenshields Limited. Montreal: grey cotton, 222 yd. at 8fc; grey flannel, 257J yd. at 17te; 

towels, 6 doz. at $2; less discount, S3 06 73 42 

Gurney-Massey Co.. Montreal: "Golden Nugget" stoves, 2 at $19, 1 (coal), $25.70; 1 "Tor- 
toise" heater, $9.54; sundry castings, SI 54: less discount. $1 44. cartage, etc, $2.73 70 61 

Gurney Scale Co., Hamilton, 1 platform scale with wheels and drop lever 65 00 

Gutta-Percha and Rubber Co., Toronto: P.G. round cord, 720 ft. at 9c, P.G. sheet packing, 

37 lb. at 60c; rubber, 31J lbs. at 40c: sundry supplies, S12 15; less discount, 44c Ill 16 

Guy, Wm. C, Kemptville: 1 long overcoat, $25; pea jackets, 2 at S12; officers' suits, 19 at 

S25; trousers, 17 pr, at $4; reefers, 5 at $1S 682 00 

Hall, Geo. Coal Co., Ogdensburg, blacksmith's coal, 1,162- S3 tons at $3.75 4,360 69 

Harvev, C. H., agent, Halifax, disbursements: express, 831.87; freight, $425 25; travel of, 

( I. .1. McPhee, $38 20, A. Richards, $26.65: sundry outlay, $4.83 526 80 

Hope, Henry & Sons, Toronto: 1 steel sash as per tender, $256; extra for 2 casements, $11 .90 . 267 90 

Horwood Glass Manufacturing Co., Ottawa, ruby .-.hade-.. 45 at $1 50 67 50 

Hotel Dieu du Precieux Sang, Quebec, attendance and medicine; at $1 50 per d 229 50 

Imperial Oil Co., Toronto: Atlantic red machine oil, 83-1 gal. at 25c; Arctic cup grease, 100 
lb., $7.50, 180 lb. at 8}c, 60 lb. at 9-27e; barrels, 30 at $1, 84 at $1 25. 4 at $2; candles, 
40 sets at 7fe, 40 sets at 8ic; fuel oil, 1,229- 7 gal. at7£c, 605 6 gal. at 14 -95c; illuminating 
oil, 2,344-4 gal. at 13-55e, 5,000 gal. at 20- lc; internal comb, engine fuel oil, 1,593-6 gal. 
at 13-Ooc; kerosene engine oil, 1,440 gal. at 19-6c; lard oil, 41-2 gal. at SI 33; polarine, 
3 cases at S3. 10; Premier gasoline, 50 gal. at 27^c, 50 gal. at 28c, 90 gal. at 29c; standard 
gas engine oil, 46-3 gal. at 34Je; less, discount, $1.48, cartage, 40c, empties returned, 

$169 2,151,77 

Imperial Steel and Wire Co., Ottawa: wire nails, 5 kegs (4") at $3.80, 10 kegs (3") at $3.85; 

less freight, $4 . 77 52 73 

International Marine Signal Co., Ottawa, 1 buoy head as per contract 68 00 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co., Montreal: boiled linseed oil, 44^ gal. at 78c; buoy paint, 60 gal. black 

at $1.16; buoy and lantern red, 100 gal. at $2.61; less discount, $6.61. 358 83 

Jenkins Bros.. Montreal: discs, 10c to $1.20, S5S OS; brass globes and valves, 12 (£") at $1.10, 

18 (V'i al II 60, 24 (■}") at $2.20, 12 il'i at $2 80; postage, 16c; less dis-ount. $60.20 126 44 ■ 

Kennedy. Wm. & Sons. Owen Sound: 1 cast iron mercury bath, machined all over, $75- iron 
and steel castings. 13,663 lb. at 41c, 12.323 lb. at 4Jc, 7.512 lb. at 5c, 336 lb. at 5* c-. . 
162 lb. at 6c, 745 lb. at 75-c, 241 lb. at s;,.-.. 2,-625 lb. at 9c, 1,682 lb. at 9|c, 189 lb. at 
10c, 72 lb. at 13c. to 23c, $24 02; cartage. 40c; freight, and express. $2. 19; sundry supplies, 

$3.10; less, casting lost in shipment, $18 15, sale of material, S10.79 2.106 14 

Knapp, Jesse, Domville, cedar poles, 1,220 ft. at 16c. . 195 20 

Knapp, Ranee, Spencerville, cedar poles, 1, 660 ft. at 16c 265 60 

Larochelle, Jas., Sorel, cartage at 40c. or 60c per h 64 00 

LeBel, C. A., acting agent, Montreal, disbursements: travel and outlay of, J. A. U. Beaudrv, 
$12.45, J. B. Cote, $7, H. Girard, $27.73, C. Hartley, $19, Alex. Martin, $106.65; meals 

supplied, 108 at 25c " 199 83 

Leslie, A. C. & Co., Montreal: "Beaver Brand" round brass rod, 51 lb. (§") at 48c; hot rolled 

copper, 1,061 lb. at 36|c; less freight. 40c 411 35 

Lewis Bros., Montreal: grindstones, dble. treadle, 3 at $4.25, 1, $4.75, fine grain, 932 lb., 
$12.81; oster stocks, 3 at S17, 3 at S40. 1. $75; steel pulley blocks, single, 6 at $1 .65, dble., 
6 at $2.85; Miller Falls breast drills. 3 at S3 85; sledge hammers, 120 lb., $12 96; vulcan 
chain pipe tongs, 2 at S5.50, 1 each, $5.85 and $6 Ml; sundry hardware, S24 16; less, dis- 
count, $91 . 16; freight and cartage, 82c 283 65 

Carried forward 256, 475 74 



UARINE t\/> FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 77 



Construction of Lights and Vids to Navigation Continued. 
Construction de phares e( aides a la navigation. Suite. 



Brought forward 



General Account I !o 



■ ■I — ( 'ompte general -Suil 



idglo 



Kill, 



■ 



Lymans Limited, Montreal i ' J' glycerine, 38 lb. al 62c 

iron Hasks, 2,027 lb. al si 21; less cartage, 96c 
McArthur Beltings I imited, Broekvilli cul lace leather, In f1 "'■ at SI 10; extra single 

leathei belting, 60 ft. al 36c, 125 ft. al 60c , 80 ft. al $1 20 olid round belting, 50 ft. a( 5c.; 

less discount, 870 96 
McLaren, D. K., Montreal belting, Ex, C. Sgel,50ft. (1") al 24c., 180 ft. (4") al 96c., oak 

round, 100 ft. ({") al 12c; cut lace, 15 lb at SI 15 kangaroo skins, 12 J sq. ft 

93 sq. ft. al S2 25; svashei . 1,000, $17; less discount, $81 , 

Macbeth Evans Glass Co., Toronto: clear press lenses, 6 al $25; I gla len i, 55 

Martin-Senour Co.. Montreal aluminum paint, 25 tins at 64c, 25 tins at $1.24; red roof pa 

tins at $1.19; less discount, $2.73 
Mason, Geo. M-. < Miawa, lumber, 5,000ft. al $31 
Mitchell, Robert Co., Montreal, hex. Tobin bronze, 150 lb. al 15c 
Montreal ( lotton and Wool Waste Co , Mo itreal: white waste, 583 lb. al H4.70 pel 100; less 

freight, $1.16 

Moivau, Gaudiose, Limoilou, covering pipes with asbestocel, including bands, glue, etc, 

400 ft. at 18c 
Morrison, James, Brass Mfg. Co., Toronto: anneale 1 copper tubing, 68 lb. at 95c; liex. cast 

brass, 00',' lb. at 52c; rd. drawn brass rod, 94 J lb. al 72c 
Mussens 1. unite I, Montreal: manila tope, 2,141 lb. at 18|c; laired heaving line, 58 lb. at 

27c; signal halyard, 19 lb. at 31Jo. 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: Adanac wire, I, it., $11.78, braide I, S08 li al $13.45 per 

1,000ft i. jiii at$18.60, 820 ft. at $59.46; causticsoda. 12 tins at 20c, lili t.insal 18c; coppei 

oxide plates, 66 al 56c , 12 al 63c , electric cartridge fuses, 24 at 19c, 12 at $1.10; I ilamenl 

lamps, 100, 60 watt, $67.20; Eerro lickel wire, 1021 lb. at $1.25 per lb., piece rosettes, 

30 at 58c*; Weston voltmeters, 5 at $22.95; zincs in frames, 66 at 56c, 12 al 63c, sundry 

eleel.neal supplie-,. s I _' I 54; freight ,94e . 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., New Glasgow, angles, 1,9156 lb. at $2.00 per 100 11) 

Ottawa Car Manufacturing Co., Ottawa: diaphone brass eastings, 615 ll>. at 37c, 728 lb. al 

41c; machining eastings, 10 at $2.10, 30 at 82 :;n, :; al $2 :>5, 10 at $3.20. 13 at $3.40 
Ottawa Paint Works, Ottawa: black japan, 21 gal al 62c; English vermilion in oil, 2.i lb. at 
$1.30; signal green, 6 gal. at $2; spar varnish, 6 gal. at $1.90; white shellac, 4 gal. al -I'm, 
sundry paint supplies, $12. SO; less discount, 94c 
Page-Hersey Iron, Tube and Lead ( !o., Toronto: black buttweld pipe. 5135 ft. (!") al $3 11 per 

100 ft.. 999J ft. H',"i at $11.68, 1,012 ft al $11.70; less discount, $4.ss, freight, Sl4.nl 
Peck Rolling Mills, Montreal: bar iron. 718 lb. at $2.95 per 100 lb., 153 lb., $3.71; band steel, 
110 lb. at $4.15; mild steel, 4,355 lb. at. $2.70, 525 lb. at $2 90, 131 11). at $3, 740 lb. at $3.65 
Perolin I 'o. of Canada, Toronto: perolin, 550 lb. at lie; freight, $1.85 
Pilkington Bros., Toronto: plate glass, 50 plates, |", $504; plate mirrors, 2 i|"), SO OS; less 

discount. $ 8 . 

Piper, Hiram I.. ( lo , Montreal: fresnels, 12 (8") at $2.85; mammoth screw burners, 24 doz. at. 

$4.00; Wigham wick, 300 yd. at $7.75 per 100 yd.; mammoth wick, 25 rolls at $1.37 
Plumb, < 'has., Prescott: gasoliae, 369 gal. at 35c; dry cells, 84 at 35c; sundrv supplies, $3.25 
Plumb, I. W. & Son, Prescott: coal, 5 tons at $7.25. 1 ton, each, .$7.40, $7.50, $8.50, 5-035 tons 

at $8; ice, July 7 to Sept. 29, 1910, $30. tallow, 25 lb. at 12Jc, 80 lb. at 15c 

Powers, P. J. & 1 lo., 1 Ittawa: air tanks, 2 al $150. 2, $230, 3 at. s:i:;s; oil storage tanks, 2. $220 
Pratt & Whitney Co., Prescott.: dies split, 12. $17.74; ratchet drill, 1, $15.25; postage, 13c ; 

sundry hardware, $30.02; less, discount, $13. ',15; express, 30c 

Prescott Hydro Electric System, power and light supplied, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Prescott Waterworks System, water supplied depot, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $38.11, at S10 per 

m., $120 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners: rent of Reynor's Wharf , 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; one 

half school tax for 1917, $45.00 

Quebec Railway Light Heat & Power Co., electric energy supplied: Mar. 22, 1910, to Mar. 

19. 1917, $290.84; 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $44.27 .. ' 

Reynolds, Mrs. Annie E., Pre cott, haj . 3 385 tons at $10 

Robertson, G. E. L., agent, Victoria, disbursements: postage, $3.50; travel, etc., of L. Cullison, 

$69.12; R. H. Nicholson, $134.70; W. L. Stamford. $128; W. H. P. Trowsdale, $21.50; 

sundry outlay, $2 

Robertson, James Co., Montreal: galv. W. I. pipe, 503 ft. (2") at $15.54 per 100 ft.; globe 

valves with yoke, etc., 4 at $7; lead gaskets, 2,000 (H") at $1.75 per 100, 1,000 ( I 

sheet lead, 201 lb. at lljc; sq. brass tubing, 33j lb. at 79Jc; sq. hi. brass plug cocks 

with handles, etc., 10 (If) at S3. 70, 5 (1J") at S4.S5, 1 (2"), «7.30; sundrv hardware, $10.83; 

less discount, $06.40 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal: angles, 711 lb. at $4.50 per 100; angle valve with yoke, 

3 (3") at $6.S5, 1 (5"), $14.85; black pipe, 93642 ft. at $9.57 to $31.88 per 100 ft., $162.37; 

Pemberthy Compo- disk globe valves, 12 (J") at 75c, 12 (J") at $1.10, 36 (|°) at $1.51; 

sundry hardware, $2.90; less discount, $6.19 



155 00 

133 5:; 
155 00 
67 50 

M 51 

72 00 

107 53 

417 73 



053 98 
51 12 



90 24 
232 44 



193 42 



202 10 
161 80 



151 06 
1,770 00 



55 49 
1,411 01 



158 11 

1,245 00 



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O — 78 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Construction of Lights and Aids to Navigation— Concluded. $ cts. 

Construction de phares et aides a la navigation Fin. 

Brought forward 270, 156 99 

General Account — Concluded— Cumple general— Yin. 

Rubenstein Bros.. Montreal: electro plating reflectors, 2, $13, 1, $7.50, 1, $28; re-silvering, 3 

reflectors at So. 50; silver solder, 50 oz. at 75c : 102 50 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos., Quebec, cartage, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. ........... 199 40 

St John City one third of cost of providing and erecting wire fencing at West hide Docks. . 612 76 

Scythes & Co., Montreal: white waste, 1,080 lb. at 12c; less, discount, $12.96, cartage, 20c. 116 44 

Sheppard, James & Son: lumber, 8,016 ft. at 151; less freight, $51 357 82 

Sineennes-McXauphton Line, Montreal, 1 hoisitng winch. ■■•■■•• ■ ■•■ 75 00 

Smart-Turner Machine Co., Hamilton: single acting triple power pumps complete, 11 (1J x 2) 

at $64, 2 (2 x 3) at $95, 1 (3 x 4), $180, 1 gear cover for triple pump, $1; less express, 35c 1,074 65 

Sorel Electric Co., electric energy supplied, 12 rrf. to Mar. 31, 1917 240 24 

Starr Manufacturing Co., Dartmouth, sundry hardware ...... ... .. ■■■■■:■■■ ■■■: 2° 90 

Steel Co. of Canada, Montreal: sundry steel supplies, SS0.24; less, discount, 21c, freight, $0.24 74 79 

Taylor, J. R.. officer in charge, Prescott Depot, disbursements: customs duties, $989.33; 

inspecting boilers, 4 at So; postage, S115; rent of P.O. drawer. S3; telegrams, S3S.85; 

travel and outlay of, T. Gaudin, S3.65, J. Haggarty, $88.86. J. J. Lindsay, S304.95; S. Xei- 

forth S39.57, J." R. Taylor, $163.70, A. T. Thompson, $4.80; washing towels, $87.03; 

sundry outlay, S95.27 1,9.54 01 

Union Drawn Steel Co., Hamilton, bar steel at 5ic to Sic per lb 105 29 

Victoria Foundry Co., Ottawa, lanterns, 2 (6 ft.) at $525, 1 (10 it.), $676.90 1,726 90 

Wamboldt, Lunenburg, hand fog horns, 6 at $14.50 87 00 

Watt ( 'harles, Ottawa, padlocks, master-keyed with 2 keys each, 24J doz. at $27.73 6i9 39 
Welsbach Light Co., London: incandescent mantles, 1,152 (25 m.m.), 5,760 (35 m.m.), cases 

and parkins;. $S97.90: shipping charges, S51.95 949 85 

Willard, X. & Co., Prescott: cement \ brl. at SI. 70 per brl., 31 brl. at S1.80; gate with fittings, 

1. S9; lime, 14j bush, at 40c; 1 oil pump, $12; sundry hardware, $95.25 178 70 

Williams, V R. Machinery Co., Toronto: 1 j" style "D" self-opening adj. die head geometric 

with solid shank, etc., $70; H.S. steel chasers or dies, 9 at $8.50; less express, 95c 145 55 

Williams & Wilson, Montreal: 1 "Avey" ball-bearing drilling machine, S216; raw hide mal- 
lets 6 $17.50; Pratt's patent imp. positive driving drill chuck, 1, S12, 1, $20; sundry 

hardware. S80.79; less express, $14.40 ■•■■ „ 331 89 

Accounts under $50 2,024 i\) 

Public Printing and Stationery Department. Ottawa: printing, SI. 106. 62; stationery, $62.03 1,168 65 
Detailed under: Agencies, Rents and Contingencies, S2.S5; Ship Channel, $20,665.12; Main- 
tenance of Lights. 8138,513.81 159, 181 78 

Buoy Service (S3.425.07)- 

Labour under direction of Montreal Agency ■■ i,ax> M 

Cartage at 60c per h.: Donat Cournover, S51; Mrs. Paul Cournoyer, $36; L.M.Gaston, 

813.50; Jas. Larochelle. S35.40 135 90 

Harvey, C. H., agent, Halifax, disbursements: express, S20.3S: freight, $298.68 319 06 

Smith, Jacob L., Lockeport, making and placing 6 spar buoys at $12 72 00 

Union Founclrv & Machine Co., St. John West: altering buoys as per contract, 3 at $50; 

bell strikers and sliding hammers, 2, $34; repairs to bell buoy boat, $264 448 00 

Accounts under $50 (5) 113 85 

Steamer Reserve ($5,856.91)— 
Pay-list to Mar. 31, 1917- 

Captain, E. Bernier, at $70 per m 488 80 

1st officers: C. Marcha.id, at $50 per m., $355.97; at $40 per m., $36.13 392 10 

Engineers: at $65 per m., E. Gouin, $420.33; A. Petit, S205.S3; J. E. Lehouillier, 

at $50 per m., $487.31 L l\- $i 

Steward, P. Joly. at $40 per m 327 3d 

Quarter-master, at $40 per m ■ ■ 27 10 

Watchmen: at $30 per m., S245.52; at S2 per d.. S20S; less charged to Dominion 

Steamers, $133.50 „.„,„• ?:°. ?? 

Firemen: at $30 per m., $423.26; at SI. 65 per d., $94 87; bonus at S2 per m., $40.50. . 558 63 
Sailors: at $28 or $30 per m., $719.76; at$1.65perd., S23.10; bonus at S2 per m., $17. SI; 

choreboys. at $15 per m., $120.76 |81 43 

Board of officers and crew at 50c to SI per d 1,B S„ 55 

St. Jacques. Mrs. Albert, Sorel. laundry, April 27, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917 /? 66 

Accounts under $20 (4) 25 8 " 

450,876 87 

Less— Charged to: Investigation into Wrecks, $18.33; Ship Channel, $2,808.72; Dominion 
steamers; $6,666.75; Maintenance of Lights, $104,489.32; sundry appropriations, $35.49; 
refunded: Xaval Service Dept., labour, material, etc., $881.88; oil barrels returned, 
$101.25; sale of cement sacks. S37.20, machinery, $3,933, sundry articles, $136.31; freight 
and cartage, $19.55; painting lighthouse, $19.50; labour and material, $507.27 119, 6o4 5/ 

331,222 30 



MARINE LTD FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



0—79 



Signal Service Service des slgnaux. 

II S. McGrcevy, superintendent, 12 m. to M u l< military paj .- 

ance, $1,542 25 
Chief ( Uerks: II- V. Butler, St. John, 8 m. al 51, ' y , 1 m. al $1,050 pel v.; C. A. 

Cromwell, St. John, 8 m. at $700 per y., 4 m. at $71 ) , 1< military pay aa 

:,i $1 10 per .1. (rum Oct. 8, 1916 to Mar. 31, 191' £524.15; E. J. Puddy, temporary clerk, 

from Oct. 11, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, $331.17 
5a! I Signal Agents al various places: Bay St. I.; 



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..I I; McNeil, $50; S 
$50; Brier Island, Odbur Welch, $325 I api I hatte, Luc I 6te, $50 i 

rget, $50; I !apc Magdali n, J. I . Sasseville, $100; I lape Raj , 1 II 
sier, P. i: Theriault, $50; Cape Salmon, L. Bouchard, $25; .1. I). 
ham, Ii. J. Walls $35; Fame Point, II L. i.scah, 10; Fathei 
$50; I in Point, I M Petei . $50; L'Islct, Mrs. P. Foi i 

Little Metis, E.I iron, $50; Martin River, I. L'ltalien, $50; Matane, Joseph Banville, 

$50 Monej Point, \I. C McPherson, $100; North Sydney, D. J. Campbell, $720; 

Partridge Island, J. B. Day, $200; Poinl Unour, rhos. Wyatt, $50; Pointe des VIoni 

\ Faffard, $50; Poinl Escuminac, K. It. McLennan, $50; Point 1 .ipr • i -i ■. . \\ \l Snider, 

$100; Poinl Maquereau, A Bcrtrand, $50; Point Tupper, Duncan Gillis, $100; Riviere du 

I p, Mrs. L. T. Puize, $50; Scatai i Island, James Nearing-, $100 

Audet, L. C, N. P., Levis, professional services 

Bernier, Bernier & de Billy, legal services re Anse a Basile station 

( lanadian Pa* ific Railway Co 's ri legraph, telegraphing weather reports and signals 

Government Telegraph Service, sending shipping reports from Escuminac, N.B., to Chatham, 

N.B 
Greal North Western Telegraph < 'o., telegraphing weather reports and signals 
Harvey, C. H., agent at Halifax; wages of non-commissioned officers and nun al ' 'itadel and 

Camperdown Signal Stations, v :>os 85; electric lighting, $16.40; small items, S2 50 
Leckie, John, Toronto: 9 ft. Union Jacks, 60 at $4.45 
Maloney, A., Bersimis, services collecting weather and shipping reports on the North Shore 

during the year 1916 
Mareimi Win-less Telegraph Co., Montreal, wagi - i - board Lurchei 

12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, at $80, shipping and weather reports, $116 

Morrell. Estate of Franklin .1.. Westpnrt: rental of land for use of signal station and approach 

at Brier Island, N.S., April 5, 1897, to April 5, 1902 at SI per y., April 5, 1902, to ipril 5, 

1916 at $10 per y 
Wu Brunswick Telephone Co rvicesat St. John office, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1 

at Partridge Islam 1. 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917, $43; long distance messages, -I Is 55 
New York Maritime Register, New York, stiliseriptions to Maritime Register I 

Service offices ai inn-lire ami St. .lohn, 2 al 535 
Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., Ottawa: binoculars, 1(1 pr at $26; galv. signalling lamps. 7 at 

$30.84; globes foi same, I doz., $10.80 
Prime, C. A., steward Lurcher Lightship board of wireless operator at 60c. or 65c. per d 

I o ail a i. hi. Mi-s S . Quebec, cleaning offices and washing towels, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Canada's share of expenses patrolling on Atlantic bv United States for derelicts, etc.. 

Supei a. t, anient of Signals, Halifax: W. W I i.a\ is, salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. S150; travel. 

$27. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 
Accounl - unilci s-,o _a, 

Telephonic Rt i">rti}i!i stations-: St. La /.' ■- between Montreal and Q 

Bellmouth $983.49)— 

A. Richard, day operator al $50 per m., $450; sundry supplies, $50.91.. . 

E. Collette, night operator at $55 per m 
Bridge Station ($917.86)— 

A. Deniers, day operator, $('.80.15; sundry supplies, s;:s ;,_• 
L. Demers, night operator at $50 per m 



3t. Mi 



(). D 



arais. day operator at $60 per m. 
V Dussault, night operator at $50 per m 
Sundry supplies 



ipla 



Larue, ice observer 
0)- 

,1 Vezina, day operator, at Sal) per ni 
1 - Vezin i, night operator, at $20 pei m 

Grondincs $1,034.64)— 

r. Rivard, day operator, at $50 per m. or SI per d 
1 eo. Hamelin, night operator, at $50 per m. 
Sundry supplies 

I.es l-a-ureuils. S. Dussault, ice observer, at $1 perd. .. 

Longue Pointe ($1,045.41)— 

Wilfrid Brochu, day operator, at $65 per m 
A. Perreault, night operator at $50 per m 
Sundry- supplies 



2,855 mi 

78 85 

177 93 

2,036 ','1 

146 70 

927 75 

267 00 

50 00 
1,070 00 

145 mi 

70 00 

186 68 

216 60 

L90 mi 

1,353 19 

177 00 
60S 55 
361 36 



482 58 

718 67 

540 (III 

432 25 

32 7:; 

6 mi 

413 70 

180 mi 

549 19 

462 89 

40 71 



Carried fi irward . 



O — 80 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, WIG- tin 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Signal Service — Concluded. — Service des signaux— Fin. $ eta 

Brought forward 24,856 40 

Montreal ($3,457.28)— 

T. Robillard, chief clerk, at $125 per m 1,500 00 

R. Beliveau, night operator, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

. C, Lamalice, stenographer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 550 00 

Messenger at $10 per m 80 00 

Express and cartage r 55 

La Sauvegarde Co.: rent of office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $500; electric lights and lighting, 

$18.73; ice. Mav 1 to Oct. 31, 1917, $8 526 73 

Point . Citronelle ($923.51)— 

C. Godcher, day operator, at $50 per m 459 67 

H. Bouchard, night operator at $50 per m 448 37 

Sundry supplies 15 47 

Portneuf ($660)— 

Mrs. E. Paquin, day operator, at $50 per in. or $1 per d 540 00 

Mrs X. Paradis. relieving operator, at $10 per m 120 00 

on.. i: c 53,869.91)— 

I <>• I )o\vd, chief clerk, 6 m. at $100, 6 m. at $125 1,350 00 

Maurice Mvrand, day operator, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 800 00 

D. Neilan, night operator, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . 850 00 

Miss E. Strachan, stenographer, at $50 per m 250 42 

Miss E. Burns, temporary stenographer, at $1.50 per d 397 50 

Express freight, and cartage, $20.34; postage stamps, $1 ( 4; messenger service, $1; rental 

P. 0. box, $4; travel, F. O'Dowd, $22.65 221 99 

St. Jean Desehaillons ($760.52)— 

J. A. Chandonnet, day operator, at $50 per m 271 60 

F. Audet, night operator, at $50 per m 454 82 

Sundry supplies 34 10 

St. Nicholas ($727.12)— 

D. Moffet, day operator at $50 or $10 per m 275 47 

J. Hebert, night operator, at $50 per in 432 25 

Sundry supplies 19 40 

Sorel ($1,171.25)— 

A. Ethier, day operator, at $65 per m 780 00 

Night operators at S50 per m. or $1.50 per night 383 25 

Cleaning Signal Station 8 00 

Three Rivers ($1,135.90)— 

J. W. Luckerhoff, day operator, at $60 per m. or $1 per d 659 00 

J. Bellefeuille, night operator, at $50 per m 438 70 

Expenses at Station 38 20 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada: rental of private line between Montreal and Quebec, 12 m. to 
Mar. 31, 1917, $8,886; operating switchboard at Quebec, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $500; 
operating switchboard at Montreal, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $500; long distance charges, 

$1,327.20 .." 11,213 20 

Telephone Kationale, La Cie de: exchange service at Portneuf, Oct. 1, 1916, to April 1, 1917, 

$12.50; long distance charges from Signal Station at Crane Island, $567.28 579 78 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa: printing, $043.98; stationery, $997.93... 1,641 91 

Detailed in Maintenance of Lights, Quebec, $472.39, Nova Scotia, $103.14, New Brunswick, 

$S7.98; Montreal District, S2.62, Sorel Ship Yard, $195.88 862 01 



51,858 79 



Administration of Pilotage.— Administration du pilotage. 



Salaries at Montreal: Col. H. St. G. Lindsay, general superintendent. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 
$3,099.96; J. O. Michaud, assistant, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,199.97; F. X. Chadillon, 
messenger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $600; C. A. Perreault, night watchman, 9 m. to Dec. 

31, 1916, $450; Miss A. Roberge, typist, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $499.92: 5,849 85 

Montreal Pilots' Office Staff: F. J. Boulav, assistant superintendent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 
SI 200- Albert Hamel. clerk, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $600; Leandre Frenette, messenger, 

12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $720 2,520 00 

Quebec Pilots' Office Staff: J. A. Bedard, assistant superintendent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, 
$999.96; J. N. Bernier, messenger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $600; J. A. Asselin, night guar- 
dian, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1917,8450 2,049 (16 

Father Point Office Staff: Treffle Simard, assistant superintendent, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . . 720 00 

Salaries of Officers of C. G. S. Eureka: A. P. Ross, master, at $100 per m., $900: H. Lavoie, 
chief officer, at $70 per m., $629.99; W. Racine, 2nd officer, at $50 per m., $450; Paul 
Bolduc, chief engineer, at $75 per m., $740.31, at $2.50 per d., $7.50; Frank Rouleau, 2nd 

engineer, at S50 per m., $488.71, at $1.25 per d., $20 3, 236 51 

Wages of crew *>, 023 8* 

Sundry labour at 25c. per h ■' JOB 31 

Board of officers and crew at 60c. and 50c. per d., $1,830.79, at 65c. and 55c. per d., $1,761.45. . 3,592 24 

Carried forward 24,098 69 



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Administration of Pilotage Concluded Administration dti pilotage Fin $ eta. 

Brought forward. 24,l 

Bellavance, J. F.,Bic: suits for officers and crew of C.G.S Eureka, 12at$24 !2;reefet 

5 at $18; pea jackets, 3 at $10; ti rs, 12 pr. at $3 488 00 

Bellevue Hotel, Father Point, board of men from C. G. S. Eureka, at si per .1 

1V1I Tel. Co of < :anada exchange sen ice Ipril I, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, at Montreal 3 teli 

phones, $179. at Quebec, 5 telephi s, $188.81; messages, Sl.lt) 368 91 

Boulay, I J . disbursements cleaning offices, 8162; express and freight, S10.60; stamps, $67; 

telephone messages, $7 34 !i > $19 62 266 56 

Canada S. S. Lines: rent of office building, Quebec 

Canadian Import ( '<>.. Quebec: coal, 8 1 tons, bagged, at 58 10; bags, 135 at 10c 86 58 

Caron, Bernard, Father Point: meals to pilots, 831 al 25c; meals to I men left on duty when 

Eureka returned to Quebec, 30 at 35c; rent of Pilotage < tffice at Father Point, June I to 

Dec. 18, 1916, $66 284 25 

< 'ompagnie de Telephone Nationale, Levis, exchange service, 2 telephones, 12 m. to June 30, 

1917 52 I") 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., Levis, repairing hull and engine of S.S. Eureka 1,249 00 

Department of Public Works, use of Levis dry dock for S.S. Eureka, (or scraping and painting, 5 

days at $50; pumping, $50 300 00 

Fritz, Dr. H. D., St. John: examination of apprentice pilots, 2d. at $35, extra, $2.50; travelling 

expenses, $50.44 122 94 

Heppell, Jean. Father Point, board of pilots, 599 meals at 25c 149 75 

Lachance, Capt. P. L., Quebec, travelling expenses re Pilotage matters 270 60 

Lacroix, Mrs. J. B., Quebec, cleaning offices, April 1, 1910, to June 30, 1916, at $10 per m., July 

1, 1916, to Mar. 31, 1917, at $15 per m 165 III) 

Lavoie, Alfred, Father Point: supplying water for Eureka, April 27 to Dec. 15, 1916, at $40 per 

m.; cartageof ice for .Ear eia, 13 loads at $2; cartage of supplies, $5 335 68 

Lawson, A. S., Father Point: storage of goods from < I.G.S., Eureka, Aug. 3. 1915, to Aug. 3, 

1916, at $5 per m 60 00 

LeBel, C. A. & F. J. Maguire, Montreal, expenses for cleaning offices, 41 weeks to Jan. 5, litl7, 

at $3.89 per week 159 49 

Levasseur, Jos., steward S.S. Eureka, meals to pilot s, 607 al 25c 151 75 

Moreau, < raudiose, I.imoilou, repairs to boilers and tanks of S.S. Eureka 303 00 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., Quebec: Sydney steam coal, 26 tons at $5.25, 168 tons at $5.78, 

156 -45 tons at $6.20, 329 tons at $7, 1,380 90 

Quebec Railway. Light, Heat & Power ( lo . current 65 74 

Rouleau, Mrs. F., Father Point, board of pilots from April 1 to Dec. 31, 1918, at 25c. per meal 100 25 

Ruest, Mrs. A.. Father Point: board of pilots at 25c. per meal. $1,163.25; rent of Pilot's office, 

Fatherpoint, April 23 to May 31, 1916, $12.33 1,175 58 

Ryan, Mrs. Thos.. Quebec, cartage . 73 00 

Simard, Mrs. Philip, Father Point. laundry for S.S. Eureka 203 80 

Victoria Laundry & Dye Works, laundry 69 30 

Accounts under $50 1 53 1 461 79 

Department of Public Printing and Stationery. 1 )ttawa: printing. $661.87; stationery, $212.'. IS. 874 85 

Detailed in Maintenance, Quebec . 6,258 92 



44,618 93 



Less — Medical examination fees paid by apprentice pilots, $65; fuel and lighting, S4S.15; coal 

supplied Ostrea, $70. 1S3 15 



Maintenance and Repairs to Wharfs. 
Entretien et reparations de quais. 

Advertising in various newspapers. . 

Jos. Latreille, inspector of wharves, Montreal salary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $1,200; less 

charged to Agencies, Rents and Contingencies, $180 
Blind River: F. V. W. Braithwaite, paint, oil, etc 812; Fred Deagle, lighting dock. May 1 to 

Dec. 1. 1916, S70; Charles Lediett, painting ,.lli,v. Mil h. at 40c 

Burks Falls: repairs to wharf under direction of M. Bra is anil W. D. Auldjo 

L'Orignal: K.Marston, electric lighting for year ending Oct. 7, 1916 

Murray Bay, Cap a I'Aigle and St. Irenee M. Ferron, 1 uniform, $22; Nairn Falls Power and 

Pulpi lo., lighting wharves. 12 111. to Dec. 31, 1918, S1.000 . 
Pembroke: Dunlop & Co., wire nails. $3.90; Thos. Lowe, labour repairing wharf. $16.50 

Pembroke Electric Light Co., lighting government docks, season of 1916-17, $100; Tessier 

and Trottier, repairing and painting at docks, SS.55 
Pictou Island: J. Carson & Sons, lumber, $25. S3; C. H. Harvey and J. McL. Fraser. travelling 

expenses, .las. Lovett. $41.65, L. Haugen, $14.35; Talbot Bros., labour and material 

repairing wharf, $196.35 

Carried forward 

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52 

80 


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34 
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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Maintenance and Repairs to Wharves— Concluded. 
Entretien et reparations de qualg— Fin. $ cts- 

Brought forward 2,715 55 

Riviere du Loup: Town of Fraserville, lighting wharf, season 1916, $90; L. J. Puize, labour, 

$2.65 92 65 

Roberval: D. M artel, wood, water, etc., $16.15; Town of Roherval, lighting wharf, 1 y. to 
Dec. 31, 1916, $95.84; Simon Martel, $13.05; Roberval Electric Co., lighting wharf, Jan. 8, 
1915, to April 1, 1916, $90; Societe Telephone, N. D. Lac. St. Jean, rent of telephone, 12 m. 

to Aug. 1, 1916, $25 240 04 

St. John West- 
Clark, Chas. R.: electrical supplies 14 90 

Calwell, Estate of C. E., coal, 12-05 tons at $7 to $9.60 100 92 

Calwell Fuel Co., coal, 41 -12 tons at $9.60, 6- 15 tons at $7 437 80 

Fairweather, Frank R., recharges for fire extinguishers, 8, $4; Wm. A. Hamm, carpenter, 

$14; Jones Electric Co., fixtures, $2.25 20 25 

New Brunswick Telephone Co.: exchange service telephone at Customs House, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1917 50 00 

Pearce, W. A., cleaning and painting Customs office 22 00 

St. John Railway Co., electric lighting on wharves, May 1, 1916, to Oct. 31, 1916 100 98 

Sand Point: New Brunswick Telephone Co., exchange service, etc., $84.57; St. John Railway 

Co., $6.17 90 74 

Sault Ste. Marie — 

Browne, J. D. H., disbursements: butter, 50 lb. at 32 U\, 50 lb. at 36^C-, 45 lb. at 39c; coal, 
3T25 tons at $8 to $11.20, $26.65; labour, piling cement in warehouse. $98; lumber, 
$13.44; electric light, $87.98; hardware, $129.56; telephone service, $33.13; stamps, 
$5; stationery, $23.20; water rates, $4,25; repairs, $11.50; trucks, 6, $81.50; sundry 

disbursements, $26.35 592 61 

Canadian General Electric Co.: Mazda lamps, 24, $6.91; Sault Ste. Marie Coal and Wood 
Co., coal, 1 ton, $8; City of Sault Ste. Marie, lighting wharf, Jan., 1915, to Nov., 1916, 

$153.67, water rates, S1S.25 186 83 

Turner, J. J., solid cork life-buoys, 4 at $4.25. 17 00 

Windsor: T. J. Eansor, hooks, $3; J. Lauckner, painting and lettering 4 life buoys, $10; Windsor 

Hydro Electric System, lighting government dock, $41.67 54 67 

Wharves generally: 

Beland, T. and H. F. Smith, disbursements 45 04 

Harvey, C. H. and J. McL. Eraser, disbursements 8 82 

LeBel, C. A. and F. J. Maguire, disbursements: labour, etc., $60.25; travel of J. Latreille, 

$37.60 97 85 

Wharves under $50 693 86 

Public Printing and Stationery Dept., Ottawa: printing, $119.03; stationery, $43.94 162 97 

Detailed under, — 

Maintenance, New Brunswick, $293.01; Maintenance, Prince Edward Island, $46.84; 
Maintenance, Nova Scotia, $79.23; Maintenance, Quebec, $165.19; Maintenance, 
Montreal Ditriet, $143.76; Maintenance, Parrv Sound. $208.94; Maintenance, Prescott, 
District, $17. 2S; Agency, Montreal District, $2.05 956 30 



6,701 78 



Less — Charged to: Maintenance, Prince Edward Island, $4.51; Maintenance, Parrv Sound, 

$14.83 19 34 



6,682 44 



Breaking Ice in Thunder Bay and Lake Superior. 
Brisemcnt des glaces a la baie du Tonnerre et au lac Superieur. 

Canadian Towing and Wrecking Co., Port Arthur: breaking ice in Port Arthur and Fort 
William, fall of 1916. 820, 00U. spring of 1917, $10,000, special service, December 19 to 21, 1916, 

$1,200 31,200 00 

Calais Tug Boat Co., Calais, breaking ice at St. Stephen, winter of 1916-17 300 00 

Island Transportation, St. Ignace, opening Soo River, April, 1916, 8 d. at $300 2,400 00 

Shipman, S., Richard's Landing, breaking ice between St. Joseph's Island and Kingston 

Point, April, 1916, half contract 250 00 



34, 150 00 

Repairs to Maritime Road. — Reparations a voie maritime. 

Annett, G. T., Gaspe: services, 9 d. at $3; travel and outlay inspecting road, $56.35 S3 35 

Labour repairing roads 898 70 



MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: l \ri KDITCRE O 83 

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Pensions to Retired Pilots. Pensions atix pilotes retires. 

$300 each: Alphonse Asselin, Raymond Baquet, Arbel Bernier, Theophile Corriveau, Emilio 
Couillard, Louis C. Delisle, Louis Rob. Demers, Elzear Desrosier, David Dumas.J.G. 
Dupil, Alfred Gaudreau, Paul Gobeil, Elzeai Godbout, Laurent Godbout, Barthelemi 
Lachance, Nestor Lachance, Theodule Lachance, Joseph Lapointe, Alfred Larochelle, 
Edmond LaRochelle, Sr,. L. E. Morin, Charles Normand, Joseph Plante, Adelme 
Pouliot, Alphonse Pouliot, Hubert Raymond, Napoleon Rioux, V T. Simard Victoi 
Vezina 



New Vessel to replace the ' Maisonneuve. " 
Nouveau vaisseau pour rcmplaccr le "Maisoniieuve." 

VVagesaiul material detailed under Ship Channel i 

Wages and material detailed under Dredging Plant B,333 25 

Less— Charged to Ship Channel ...... 2,7osvj 



24,969 7.-) 
Allowance to Harbour Master at Amherst burg. 
Allocation au maitre du port a Amherst burg. 

George Gott: supervision of lights an. I buoys on Lake St. Clair, Detro I Etivei and Lake 

Erie and other services for year ended Mar. 31, 1916 400 00 



Repairs to C.G.S. "Montmagny." Reparations au S.G.C. "Montmagny." 

Poland, H. E., Quebec, diver, 4 d. at $5; travel, $82.50 102 50 

Detailed under Maintenance, Quebec 

Construction of Lights. 



Compassionate Allowance. Allocation pour compensation. 

Lewis feng, loss of an eye while on hoard, Government str. Stanley 



Meteorological Service— Service m^teorologique. 

Cental Offiu -Buieau central. 

R. F. Stupart, director, 12 m. to Mar. 3», 1917 .... ... 4,000 00 

B. C. Webber, assistant director, l_' in. to Mar. 31, 1917 3,200 01 

F. F. Payne, secretary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 2,3 1 

A. E. Manning, assistant, secretary, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

MaL'iirtiral assistants, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917, Win. Menzies, $2,300.01; W. E. W. Jackson, 

$1,850.01 ... 4,150 02 

James Young, photographer, 12m. toMar.31, 1917 1,799 98 

F. L. Blake, astronomical assistant, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 1,799 98 
Assistant forecasters, W. D. Allan, m. to Sept. 30, 1'Jlli, SSlit.Slt'.; Instate of Win. D. Allan, 

Oct. 1916, $141.66; F. O'Donnell, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 11117, $1,749.98 2,741 60 

Computers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, R.McA. Cameron, $1,499:98; A. Ough, $1,049.97 . 2,549 95 
Observers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, H. A. Small, $1,700.02; Geo. Tn-nt, $99:i.os, i i, 1 weedie, 

$1,700.02... 4.4011 02 

A. J. Connor, climatologist, 12 m. to Mar. 31/1917 1,700 02 

P. L. Kerr, assistant climatologist, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 699 98 
J. Patterson, physicist, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

W. A. Bannon, cartographer, 12 m to Mar. 31 . 1017 1,649 98 

-i raters, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. D. O'Halloran, $1,250.02; D. Urquhart, $1,199.94. 2,44'i 96 

Mechanical assistants, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917, Win. Can.-, $1,400.02; F. Whit.., $749.98 2,-150 mi) 

Vi. N. Irwin, printer, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917 ......... ..... 1,100 02 

G.A.Bland, librarian, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 . .... . .. 849 98 

R. W. Mills, agricultural meteorologist, 5 m. to August 31, 1910 520 82 
Clerks and various employees: A. F. Allen, $430; M. R. Bcssev, S(',f,7; \V. < ! . Carroll, 5421.50; 

Mrs. S. Deans. $261; R. F.llar.l. $75; F. Godding, 827.50; .1. II. n .■y, s:,« ; I.. Hims- 

worth, $624; A. Hodges. $198.50; ,1. Hurst s'.i.'.O 1 Maguire, $100; R. M.Rae. $20; J. 

Mitchell, $338; M. Mitchell, $117; F .G. Spiller, $42.50; R. Stimmerside, $2S5; A. R. C. 

Wakely, $549.98 5,680 98 

Carried forward ... ... 46,943 30 

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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Meteorological Service — Continued— Service mfteorologiquc — Suite. 
Brought forward 



Chief Station Stal 



principalcs. 



Banff, N. B. Sanson 

Edmonton, E. D. Clarke, $1,000; S. M. Holmdei. $1,300; H. W. Owen, $(500 

Fredericton, Prof. C. C. Jones, $400; Halifax, W. F. Healy, $400.01; F. P. Ronr.an, $650 

Meanook, H. E. Cook, $450; Montreal, Prof. C. II. McLeod, SS00 

Moosejaw, J. K. Stevenson, $1,200; Quebec, Art. Smith-, -l. 1 00 

St. John, R. J. Adams, SSOO; G. D. Ferguson, $530; D. L. Hutchinson, 51,600 

Sherbfooke, Rev. P. A. Begin 

Victoria, VV. Burton, $735; F. N. Dennison, 31.6S7.50; J. Kickford, S2.5; E. B. Reed, $1,166.64; 

W. H. Sharpe, $930 
Winnipeg, Bursar St. John's College, $600; Wolfville, Prof. W. A. Coit, $400; Woodstock, 

Bursar Woodsto :k College, $400 



Telegraph Staii 



-Stations (6l6g} aphiqu 



Atlin, A. B. Taylor, $300; Barkerville, T. F. Murphy, S500 

Battleford, L. P. O. N'oel, $500; Bermuda, < >ffi er-in-charge Military Observatory, $375. 

Buffalo. H. T. Whetzle, $80; Calgary, Mrs. J. R. Dalton, $500 

Charlottetown, A. Newbury, $300; Chatham, J. F. Connors, $309 

Cochrane. W. McD. Douglas. $500; Cranbrook, J. F. Smith, $30 

Dawson, C. Payson, $600; Father Point, J. McWilliams, 3100 . . 

Harrington Harbour, Maud Co*., $300; Kamloops, Mrs. L. A. Palmer. $500 

Kingston, Bursar Queen's University, S300; Lethbridgc, J. Short, $90 

Medicine Hat, H. H. Hassan!, $500; Minnedosa, Mrs. S. J. Wellwood, $500 

Oti twa, L. F. Gorman, $400: Parry S >und, W. R. Fort, $500. 

Pas, The, H. Falcrow, $500; Port Arthur, W. P. Cooke. $600 

Port Nelson, A. Sutherland, 5:00; Port Stanley. M. Payne, $500 

Prince Albert, G. D. Northgraves, $500; Prince Rupert, F. W. Dowling, $600 

Qu'Appelle, F. Ames, $500; Regina, officer commanding R.N.W.M.F., $210.. 
Saskatoon. J. M. Ebv, $133; Southampton, Mrs. K. Stewart, $500 
South West Point. Z. Lemk-ux. 3300; Stone, lifi'e. P. Riellv, $500. . . 

Swift Current, Capt. J. M. Km .00 t'.tra' ! a, B. S. To:,:;tadt, $100 

Svdnev, R. L. Laffin. $600; Triangle Isd., D. Ward, $250 

Vancouver, T. S. H. Shearman, $1,000; J. A. Japson, $100 *. . . 

White River, J. E. Depew, $400; Yarmouth, Capt. J. E. Murphy. S600 



$ cts. 
46,043 30 



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2,000 00 
1,450 01 
1,250 CO 
2,400 00 
2,930 00 
400 00 

4,534 14 



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$75 00 
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1,200 00 
590 00 

1.000 00 
800 00 
690 00 

1,000 00 
900 00 

1,100 00 
700 00 

1,100 00 
710 00 
636 00 
800 00 
600 00 
850 00 

1,100 CO 

1,000 00 



Special Stations — Stations spiciales. 

Aitkensville, Wm. Aitken, $48; Alton, W.J. Dods. 348 

Athabaska Landing, S. Hayes, $50; Assiniboia, P. J. H. Warren, $57.50 ...... 

Atikokan, F. J. Schieder, $24; Beatrice. J. Hollingsworth. $48 

Beaver Mines, Mrs. D. A. Smith, $48; Beeton, J. A. Swan, $8 

Berens River, F. A. Dishrowe. $60; Berlin. D. T. Heisey, $24 
Bicquette, L. Pineault, $18; Bird Rocks, E. Bourque, $50 
Bisco, T. T. Barker, $48; Boisevain. J. S. Bush, $70 . 
Brandon, Allan Campbell, $70; Broadview, G. J. Gill, $65 

Brockville, G. G. Grothier, $48; Brooks. H. Crooks, $102 

Caldwell, S. W. Neilson, $24; Mrs. E. Oldroyd, $24 

Camperdown, Supt. of Signals, $54.10; Cape Chatte, Luc Cote, $1S 

Cape Magdalene, J. F. Sasseville. $18; Cape Norman, A. W. Campbell. $18 

Capreol, P. H. Fox. $48; Chapleau, A. L. Smith, $48 

Chaplin, H. S. G. Columbine, $96; Chicoutimi, Father Superior Hotel Dieu, St. Valier, $25. 

Clarinda, F. Clark. $36; < 'lontarf, C. Gierman, $48 

Coleman. Ed. I.e Gal. $24; P. I.e Gal. $24 

Collegeville, Alex. Costey, $24; Coronation, A. J. Taylor, $70 

Cowley, C. Elton, $48; Cranberry Lake, J. Boez. $S2. 13 

Cranbrook, J. F. Smith, $30; Cypress, W. B. Gillam, $70 

Dauphin. H. E. Swartwood. $70; Dif.by. H. M. Jami 75 

Drvden, Russell Wigle, $40; Dunvegan, F. B. Fulton, $100. 

Edmurston. J. C. Carruthers, $48: Edson. D. H. Felker, $32 

Elbow, J. J. Cullerton, $57.50; Emerson. F. P. Wocks, $23 

Entrance Isd., W. E. Morrisey, S200; Estevan, D. L. Irvine. $51.50 ..... 

Flat Point, C. McN. Peters, $50: Forks. Bone Creek, K. Sinclair. $4$ 

Forteau, T. M. Wvatt, CIS; Fort Chipewyan, H. Quartermain, $200 .• 

Fort George, O. Griffith, S79.03; Fort Good Hope, Rev. Father A. Robin, $200 

Fort NacMurrav, F. L. O. Coffee. $50; Fort Norman, Rev. G. Houssais, $200 

Fort Simpson, G. Bowring. $200; Fort Smith, Sister Gadbois, $100 .- 

Fort Vermillion, Rev. E. Randall, $50; Frizzleton, J. S. Crowdis, $8 

Gaspe, C. T. Davis, $48: Giroux, J. E. Green, $12 



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107 50 
72 00 
56 00 
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150 00 
48 00 
72 10 
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121 00 
84 00 
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94 00 
130 13 
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145 00 
140 00 
SO 00 
80 50 
251 50 
98 00 
218 00 
279 03 
250 00 
300 00 
58 00 
60 00 



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Meteorological Service < 

Brought forward. 



Service meteorologique Suit 



Special Stations Con. Stations sptcialea Suite. 

Glacier, T. W. Shaw, S100; Glcichen, J. W. -I it, MS 

Graml 1'alls, Mrs. K. ('alia lian, $'4, Mrs M - iin in SIC 

Gran I Fori - K I'. Laws, 5120 I :: iid I. Fie! 

Grouard, W J Ki nt, 133 13 Gull Lake, X ('. Ruetz, $48 

Ea?cnsborg, C II [Jrseth $100; Halifax, Supl of Sijnals, $82.40 

II . I, . burj I \ i o .hold i 100; Haj Rivi Re\ \ I \ de - 00 

r Pt., G. Hubert, $18; HeronBav.C. ^. Oehm, $28, H. Therrien, $20. 

High River, A. Vine, $24; Hirschell Isd., C. Harding, $29 [7 

Holtn rg, T. Hoem, $50; Hudson's Hope, Fred Monteith, $26 88. 

Humboldt, W. R Russell, $70; Ignace, J. Davies, $48. 

Indian Head, Geo. Lang, $70; Jasper, B.Vandei Gacht, $48. 

Kamloops, < !eo. < Happerton, $120; Kamsack, .1. II. ( loutier, $42. . 

Kenora, P. C. Mills, $150; Kimball, S. A., Harris, $48. 

Kindersley, R. Gardner, $70; Kitchener, D. T. Heisey, S24. . 

Klintonel, Clinton, L. Lewis, $48; Lake Abitibi, 1). McKenzie, $100... 

Lake Harbour, A. M.Chal rs.. 

Lethbridge, G. Short, $30; Lindsay, G. W. Beall, $30. . . 
Lineham, Vine Bros., $24; I. iverpool, J. E. Mulling, $48. 

Lloydminster, F. A. Cormier, $35; Lochaber, J. T. Keating, $24 

London, Minnie Dewar, $300; Long Pt., S. B. Cook, $150. . 

Lucan, C. W. Harkshaw, $48; Lucerne, < '. Paquin, $15, H. Paquin, $45 ..... 

Lyndon, W. A. Lyndon, $44; Lytton, A. Stevenson, $120 

Macleod, Supt.R. N. W. M.P.,$170; Madwaska, Wm. Lloyd, $48 . 

Maycroft, A. C. Raper, $48; Meadow Creek, $48. 

Mine I lentre, A. V. Wright , $40; Mistassini, J. \\ . Anderson, $100. 

Moose Factory, 14. II . .Miupe, s.M); Moosomin, W . I'.. Mi Lean, $50. ... 

Morden, Mrs. J. Forest, $70; Morris, 1). M. Ure, S4s 

Morrisburg, L. W. Barkley, $48; Mount Forrest, J. Hannah, $48. 

Mountain Park, Win. Hunter, $12 13; T. A. Miller, $29. 

Mountain \ ie-n . John Bird, $48; Nashlvn, I. Stirling, $48... . 

Natashquan, Rev. Father L. Gamier, $56; Nelson, W. Matthews, $120. 

New Haz. lion, \\ . .1, Larkwortliv, Slid; New Westminster, H. Wilson, $100.. 

Nordegg, Wm. Stevenson, $36; North Bay, J. H. Metcalf, $48.. 

Norway House, Geo. Watson, $125; < Ishawa, Huena Vista Academy, $48. 

Outlook, Mrs. J. W. Reynolds. $90; Owen Sound, J. B. Hunt, $9; D. A. McLean $8; 1> .1 

Thompson, $2 74, Robt. Thompson, $7 26. 
Parrsboro, Geo. Hurst, $48; Peel River, Rev. ('. E. Whitaker, $21)11. 
Pekisko, U. Cameron. $48; Pelee Isd., .1. E. Quick, $108 33 
Pembroke, W. .1. Moore, $48; Penticton, E. Law, $12(1. 
Perkins Mills, J. A. Fautaux, $00; Peterboro, W. Peters, $48 
Pierson, W. B. Robinson, $01; Playle I Ireek, F. M. Ma-terman, $48 
Point Escuminac, K. R. McLennan, $50; Point Rich, X. Breton, $18 
Portage la Prairie, W. II. Miles, $70; Port Dalhousie, H. H. Collier, $3.22, .1. Pauling, $11 78 

Port. McNicoll, J. L. Simpson, $2.07; Prince, Ceo. Douglas, $48 

Providence Bay, D. Van Horn, $48; Quesnel, John Strand, $156 

Quorn, A. W. Fanning, $48; Red I leer, A. Robertson, $65, W. K. McDonald, $5 

Regina, Officer Com. R. X. W, M. P., $60; Renfrew, Dr. Wm. Forrest, $75, Wm. I). Hay, 

$13 39 
Rossport, E. .1. McKenna, $16; Ruel, F. O. Jewell, $36 
Russell, K. Miller, $70; Sable, Isd., J. E. Gregoire sis 
Sandy Pt., Ed. Hirst, $100; Saskatoon, J. M. Eby, $30 
Saulnierville, A. A. Hani-. 528; Savannc, A. birotherton. $48 
Schrieber, A. W. Struthers, $26 80; Seven Persons, H. Foster, $48.. 
Sion, G. H. Cottman, $48; Sioux Lookout, .las. White, $48 
Sprague, A. E. Powell, $48; Stewart, T. \V. Falconer, $4S 
Stillwater. 11. A. McLane, S4S; Stony Creek, W. Denne, $25. 
Stratford, A. Abraham, $48; Stuart's Lake, A. ( '. Murray, $100; Swan River, W. li. Mullin, 

$70. 



Twin Putt.-, H. H. Hansen, $6 80; Upper Stewiacke, J. D. Cox, 
Vankleek Hill, E. H. Elvidge. $4S; Vegreville, T. M. R yan , $60 
\ ml en, M. 11. .- 1. , i ,, .,,,,. ,il; Wal.asca, \'en. Arcb.deacon \. S. W'l 
Walkerton, ('. F. Nutting. S4S; Waterton Mills, H. H. Hanson. $10... 
Waterton Park. W. E. Macdonald, $16; West Point. A. Malouin, $18. .. . 
Whiteti.-h, P. B. Sainmous. S4S; Win!, ■head. A. Munro, SIS 
Whitewood, J. Callin, $48; Williamsburg, I). S. Peacock S4S 
Willou Creek, A. R. Price, $48; Woodstock, M. Ryan, $44. 
Writing on Stone, R. G. Lipton. $22 71; Yale. Wm. Dodd, $1211 
Yellow Crass. J. Morrison, $70; Yorkton, J. I. Foster, $70... 



Miss L. E. Fulton, $4. 



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O — 86 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Meteorological Service — Continued. — Service mGteorologique — Suite. $ cts. 

Brought forward 94, 117 07 

Storm Signal Statioyis — Stations dc signaux d'alarmcs. 

A-mherstburg, F. H. McCaffrey, $60; Barachois de Malbaie, Geo. Cotton, $60 120 00 

Bathurst, Dr. J. C. Meahan, $60; Bayfield, J. Gairdner, ?45 105 00 

Beachy Point, J. Hume, $00; Bonaventure, F. Arseneault, $60 120 00 

Breton Cove, N. R. McLeod, $60; Burlington Beach, Thos. Lundy, $60 120 00 

Canso, J. Tobin, $75; Cape Cove, C. Bourget, $60 135 00 

Caraquet, J. P. Albert, $60; Cobourg, O. B. Butler, $65 125 00 

Collingwood, L. E. Wright, $60; Corner of the Beach, Frank Vibert, $60 120 00 

Dalhousie, J. Harquail, $58.50; Depot Harbour, A. J. Butt, $60 118 50 

Deseronto, Bav Quinte Ry., $45; Digby, W. Wright, $75 120 00 

Dingwall, D. W. Mac.pherson, $60; Eastern Gap, Geo. McKelvie, $100 160 00 

Eastern Harbour, I. Aucoin, $60; Fort William, Ed. Steih, $60 120 00 

Fox River, A. Dufresne, $60; Gascons, P. Ahicr, $60 120 00 

Gaspe, F. G. Eden, $60; Georgetown, Sam. Bell, $60 120 00 

Glace Bay, L. Mullins, $45; Goderich, Capt. W. Robinson, $80 125 00 

Grand Etang, B. Cormier, $56.94; Grand River, C. Powell, $60 116 94 

Halifax, Superintendent of Signals, $115; Harrington, Dr. C. West, $15 130 00 

Ingonish Beach, J. F. Power, $60; Kincardine, J. H. Henry, $60 120 00 

Kingston, Dr. A. P. Knight, $5; L'Anse au Beaufils, Wm. Baker, $60 65 00 

Liscomb, S. Baker, $75; Little Bras d'Or, H. Plant, $60 135 00 

Liverpool, J. Wentzell, $75; Long Point Mingan, J. V. Guay, $60 135 00 

Louisburg, E. Townsend, $75; Lower L'Ardoise, C. J. Sampson, $75 150 00 

Lunenburg, H. Hebb, $75; Margaree Harbour, D. W. Munro, $60; Midland, W. Gerow, $60 195 00 

Moisie, Mrs. A. Chicoine, $60; Mont Louis, H. Thibault, $60 120 00 

Nanaimo, L. Ross, $125; Natashquan, C. Vignault, $60 185 00 

Neil's Harbour, M. Sturgess, $60; New Campbellton, I. Carey, $29, L. McLennan, $31... 120 00 

Newport Centre, J. Jessop, $60; North Ingonish, D. McLean, $60 120 00 

North Sydney, F. Guthro, $75; Oakville, Wm. Hunt, $45 120 00 

Owen Sound, J. B. Hunt, $81; Parrsboro, H. Tucker, $75 156 00 

Parry Sound, W. R. Foot, $5; J. M. Logan, $45 50 00 

Paspebiac, J. A. Seale, $60; Peggy's Point, S. Garrison. $75 135 00 

Perce, J. D. Flynn, $60; Petit de Grat, W. Sampson, $75 135 00 

Pictou, J. Waters, $60; Pointe-du-Chene, S. C. Chartes, $60 120 00 

Point Esquimaux, E. Vigneault, $60; Point Lepreaux, Wilson Snider, $100 160 00 

Point St. Peter, P. Bond, $60; Point Tupper, D. Gillies, $75 135 00 

Port Arthur, W. P. Cook, $5; Port Burwell, J. H. Williams, $45 50 00 

Port Colborne, E. H. Hughes, $60; Port Credit, J. Miller, $45 105 00 

Point Dalhousie, W. B. Clark, $45; Port. Daniel, East, S. Castilloux, $60 105 00 

Port Dover, L. G. Morgan, $S9; Port Hood, Geo. Watts, $60 149 00 

Port Hope, Capt. W. J. Colwill, $60; Port McNicoll, J. L. Simpson, $30, W. M. Stephens, $15 105 00 

Port Morien, T. Hawley, $60; Port Stanley, M. Payne, $5 65 00 

Prinyer, N. Prinyer, $60; Richibucto, A. T. LeBlanc, $60 120 00 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, Wm. Duguay, $30; St. Andrews, Wm. Carson, $75 105 00 

St. Godfroy, J. Joseph, $60; St. John, Capt. H. V. Butler, $75 135 00 

St. Margarets Village, M. Brown, $49.50, M. McDonald, $10.50 60 00 

St. Martins, C. Brown, $60; Sarnia, R. MacAdams, $60 120 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, J. O. Johnston, $60; Seven Isds., F. H. Vignault, $60 120 00 

Shippegan, R. Duguav, $60; Soures, A. Currie, $60 120 00 

Southampton, J. Trelford, $60, Mrs. K. Stewart., $5 65 00 

Summerside, B. Gallant, $60; Svdnev, N. McPhee, $75 135 00 

Tadoussac, H. Gravel, $75; Thunder River, John Cody, $60 135 00 

Tignish, G. L. Martin, $60; Tobermory, W. J. Smith, $115 175 00 

Toronto, Queen's Wharf, J. M. Allen, $60, Geo. McKelvie, $5 65 00 

Vancouver, W. D. Jones, $225; Westport, 0. A. Welsh, $75 300 00 

Wiarton, E. Shackleton 60 00 

Cartage, Express and Freight — Charriage, messagerie etfrel. 

Canadian Express Co., Toronto: express charges 162 68 

Dominion Express Co., Toronto: express charges 124 30 

Accounts under $50 (5) 65 79 

Miscellaneous — Divers. 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., Toronto: white lead, 150 lb. at $17.50 per cwt.; padlocks, 3 doz. 

at $6; screws, 59 gr., $13.52; sundry hardware, $57.10 114 87 

Burns, P. & Co., Toronto: cannel coal, $ t. at $8, 1 t., $11; egg coal, 3 t. at $7.50, 75-075 t. at 

$7.90; cut pine, h cord, $3.75; hardwood, 1 cord, $11, 2 cords at $12 669 34 

Canadian Explosives Ltd., Vancouver: electric blasting caps, 200 at $6.75; snapshot powder, 

6 kegs at $12; cartage, $1 86 50 

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MARINE I W> FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE O — 87 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Meteorological Service Continued. Service meieorologlque 

Brought ird in; 

if cellaneous Concluded Divers — Fin. 

( lanadian Kodak Co., Toro I i at' 71 88 

Hoke Engraving Plate Co., St. Louis: recoating 350 plates 168 00 

Knight, Sidney, I painting thermometei reel j a) ira and 

sundrj laboui . $20 70 00 

Munro, Wm. & Son, Toro dressed lumber, 300 ft. at $35 per M; cypress, 500 ft. at $60, 503 ft. 

in B5; pine, 320 ft. at $28, 310 ft. at $45; sundry, $16.12 112 22 

National Pictun I 1 1 md irl 1 '0 , Toronto: bulletin frames, 2.11 at 21c, 100 at 22Jc . 100 

at 10c 115 21 

Siddale, J. W., roronto: prof -<-ii.ii;iI -n vin^ in preparing plans and .specifications for dire b 

residence, \ of agreed commis ion of 5' I of cos) of building, viz., $12,000 300 00 

Stupart, li. F., disbursements: teleph and ■ I'-." mli m. ■■■':■< , s :'< '.<■»■ ■,:■■■ ■',, ■■,.■ 

customs, etc., $417.15; po ige, 51,239.25; electric light, $301.97; ga itru- 

mentsaud apparatus. s.'.x.OU; liardware, $205.77; cai 

and repairs, $51.05; return of balloon in li iments, $21 36; laund > . - 'I I", water supply, 

$32.04; electrical supplies, $27.0S; photographic supplies, $7.19; sundn , 1 i- l,m ,-n, 

$284.79 .... 2,929 57 

Accounts under $50 (13) 222 71 

Instruments and Apparatus — Instruments et 

Canadian General Electric Co., Toronto: batteries. I.">U at 30c, 12 at $1.14 i com- 
plete renewals for Edison primary batteries, 21)0 at $1.87 ,">7.", 24 

Central Electric Supply Co., Toronto; batteries, 6 a) 53.30, 12 al $4 13; recharge foi I 

primary batteries, 150 at $1.70; combination voltameter, $6.50 330 86 

Friez, Julien P., Baltimore: pens, 24 at$1.50, 12 at $1.25. .. 51 00 
Green, Henry J., Brooklyn: observatory barometers, 3 at $33.30; empty baromete. bubes, 6 at 

$1.25 . 107 40 

Moore, W. J., Toronto: overhauling and repairing instruments, $430.50; anemographs, 3 at 

$115 775 50 

Richmond Reproduction Co., London: bromide paper, 800 sheets 21 ' 1 6") 68 80 

Stirling Rubber ( 'o., Guelph: large balloons, 36 at $8.50; sundry, $2.25 308 25 

Stupart, R. F., travelling expenses of A. F. Ough, Toronto to Cochrane SO 30 
White & Thomas, Toronto: ruby globes, 12 doz. at $9; white globes, ll| doz. ai si mi, signal 

lanterns, 12 at $20, 12 at S20 10 inside copper receivers, small, 24, $8, large, 24, $13.50 071 10 

Younger, W., Toronto: wicker signal cones, 6 at $13 78 00 

Accounts under $50 (5) 127 77 

Travelling Expenses — Depenses de voyage. 

M. J. Egan, $55.48; W. E. U . Jackson, $384.93; Wm. Menzies, $157.50; F. O'Donnell, $403.10; 

N. B. Sanson, $62; R. F. Stupart, $78.70; B. C. Webber, $3«.ir..77 1,537 48 

Accounts under $50 (7) 134 22 

Telegraphy— Tilegraphie. 

Anglo-American Telegraph Co., < lharlottetown: telegraph service, 307 d. at 85c 260 95 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 12 m. to March 31, 1917, Toronto, 3 phones at $30 per 
annum, 1 at S50, 1 at $152 (private branch exchange), Montreal, 1 phone, $47; Quebec, 
1 phone, $40, Burlington, 1 phone, S::o, i'eterboro, 1 phone, sis. me.--age~. <\\\r,h 503 75 

British Columbia Telephone Co.: exchange service at Vancouver, $128.50, at Victoria, $94.50 223 00 

Brown, S. W., Port Arthur: making and delivering weather reports, 47 d. at $1; delivering 

weather reports at Fort William, 47 d. at 50c 70 50 

Canadian Pacific Railway ( !o.: receiving and transmitting weather statistics, 12 m. to March 

31,1917...... 11,055 S4 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co's Telegraph: daily telegraph connection from observatory 
to time ball at Victoria, 12 m. to March 31, 1017, at $5 per in.; messenger service, $30; 

Bermuda service and sundry messages, $1,744.60 1,834 60 

Cook, Thos. H., Sarnia: delivering weather reports, 179 d. at 75c . 134 2.3 

Davidson, R., The Pas: transmitting weather reports. 13 m. to March 31, 1917, at $10 per in. 130 00 

Davies, R. D., Ashcroft: services as extra operator, March 6 to Oct. 31, 1916, at $10 per m.. 78 06 

Great Northern Telegraph Co.: weather reports from Iceland 86 20 

Great North Western Telegraph Co., Toronto: telegraph service, monthly allowance, 16 m. 

to March 31, 1917, at $1,325; sundry services, $8,417.40 29,617 40 

Hanson, A. G., Winnipeg: compiling morning and evening weather bulletins, 8 m. to March 

31, 1917, at $30 per.m ... 240 00 

Johnston, J. O., Sault Ste. Marie: telephoning weather bulletins to canal, 7 m. at $10; manifold- 
ing and delivering weather bulletins to canal, 194 d. at $1. 264 00 
Jones, Mrs. J. G., Harrington: extra telegraph work, 13 m. to Feb. 3, 1917, at $5 65 00 

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O — 88 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1910-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 

Meteorological Service — Continued.— Service meteorologique — Suite. $ ets. 

Brought forward 155, 368 08 

Telegraphy — Concluded — Telegraphic — Fin. 

Laidlaw, G., Halifax: services, 12 m. to March 31, 1917, signal messages, $80, time ball and 

clock, $85 165 00 

Leslie, W. T., Quebec: services distributing weather bulletins during season of 1916 50 00 

Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Co., exchange service, 13 m. to March 31, 1917, Halifax, 
$32.50, Yarmouth, 2 phones, $47.71; exchange service, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1917, Louisburg, 
$22; bulletin service, 280 d. at $9; rent of metallic circuit, 11 m. at $1.25; messages, $11.45 2,647 41 

Mitchell, W. A., Winnipeg: compiling bulletins 90 00 

New Brunswick Telephone Co., St. John: exchange service at Customs House, 12 m. £o Mar. 

31, 1917, $77; messages, $10.45 87 45 

Richardson, T. J., Toronto: services as night operator, 34 d. at $1.50 51 00 

St. Martin's Telephone Co., St. John: 10 m. use of line between St. John and St. Martins, 

Mar. 31, 1916, to Jan. 31, 1917, at $5 per m 50 00 

Spencer, R. D., Welland: copying and posting weather reports. 37 weeks at S5; mailing, $6.66 191 66 

Telephone Co. of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown: transmitting weather forecasts 
to various stations, 44 stations at $23 per an., 4 at $35 p?r an.; rent of telephone at Beach 

Point, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1916, $32 1,404 00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: bulletin service, 12 m. to March 31, 1917 2, 173 70 

Accounts under $50 (35) 724 92 

Expenses at Stations — Depcnses auz stations. 

Astley, C. D., Banff: copying observations, morning, 94 at 50c, noon or evening, 104 at 25c. 73 00 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd., Vancouver: snapshot powder, 18 kegs at $12; caps, 200 at $6.75; 

cartage, $4 233 50 

Cross & Co., Victoria: rental of space on roof of Belmont House for use of time ball, etc., 

12 m. to April 30, 1917 120 00 

Denike Drug Co., Amherstburg: posting weather bulletins, 305 d. to Dec. 31, 1916, at 25c. 

per d 76 25 

Denison, F. N., Victoria, disbursements: freight and express, $33.31; cartage, $14.50; deliver- 

ering weather bulletins, $118; stamps, $85; travel, $10.10; sundry, $78.60 344 51 

Dixon & Murray, Vancouver: repairing gun shed, cartage, $5; cement, 4 brl. at $3.95; gravel, 

4 yd. at $2~25; shingles, 3 M at $2.75; lumber, $17.75; paint, 5 gal. at $3; labour, 64 h. 

at 70c, 26 b. at 50c; sundry material, $10.40 139 00 

Duncan, Chas., Edmonton: rental of office, 12 m. to June 10, 1917 540 00 

Egan, M. J., Eastern Gap, Toronto: mason, 6 d. at $3.75; carpenter, 11 d. at $2.50; 

labourers, 6 d. at $2.25; 3 d. at $2 69 50 

Geake, H. J., Victoria: daily hoisting of time ball on Belmont House, 12 m. to March 31, 

1917, at $10 per m.; hoisting storm signals, $20.50 140 50 

Great North Western Telegraph Co.: repairing telegraph line to McGill College observatory, 

$69.51; distributing weather bulletins, 37 d. at 75c 97 26 

Halcrow, G., The Pas: installing light for weather instruments, $23; building and finishing 

tower for sun recorder, $30 53 00 

Hutchinson, D. L., St. John: cartage freight, and express, $24.30; carfare, $26; postage, $23.54; 

scrubbing offices, $32.25; sundry disbursements, $64.11 170 20 

Laffij, R. L., Sydnev: copying weather reports, 12 m. to March 31, 1917, at $8 per m.; coal, 

18 t. at $3.80, 3 t. at $3.60, 3 t. at S3; cartage, $7.40: kindling wood, IS loads at $1, 8 at 

$1.35; postage, $7.10; sundry labour and disbursements, $19.61 247 11 

Macdonald, W. N., Sydney: rent of house occupied by observer, 12 m. to March 31, 1917. . . . 420 00 

McGill University, Montreal: annual contribution for scientific purposes 500 00 

McKelvie, Geo., Eastern Gap, Toronto: attending wind pressure gauge, 365 d. to March 31, 

1917, at 40c per d 146 00 

Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co., Toronto: 1 wind instrument tower _. . . 270 00 

Pheasey and Batson, Edmonton: sheet copper, 5} lb. at $1; copper nails, 91b. at $1.45; build- 
ing magnetic observatory at Meanook according to contract, $990 1,008 55 

Public Works Department, Ottawa: erecting signal tower at Parrsboro, $137.75; making 

case for batteries, $5 142 75 

Queen's University, Kingston: annual grant for scientific purposes 500 00 

Robin, Rev. Father A., Fort Good Hope: preparing and despatching balloons from Sept. 

1, 1914, to May 3, 1916 300 00 

Ronnan, F. P., Halifax: services translating, transcribing and delivering daily weather 

bulletins. 12 m. to March 31,1917 300 00 

Shrimpton, Thos., Woodstock: despatching balloons, 24 at $4 96 00 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., St. John: coal, 27-795 tons at S9. 25 257 11 

Stephen. Alex. & Co., Kenora: putting up trestle frame: labour, 68 hr. at 50c; sundry material, 

$44 73 78 73 

Stevenson, J. K., Moosejaw: rent of office, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1916, $240; sundrv disbursements, 

$19.35 : 259 35 

Weddeli & Co., Toronto: shifting storm signal mast at Eastern Gap: labour, 120 hr. at 30c, 

60 hr. at 45c; hire of derrick, $35; hire of tug, $15; cement, 5 brl. at $1.35; sundry, $3 50 . 123 25 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Meteorological Service > oncluded. Service me'teorologique Fin % cts, 

Brought forward 169,708 79 

Expensi of Stations Concluded Depenses uux station: Fin. 

Whittaker, Rev. C. I'., Peel River: preparing and despatching balloons from Nov. 4, 1914 

to June 23, 1916 
St. John < >bservatory — 

Finnamore, Frank, St. John; painting brickwork in tower, cementing base of transit 

house, etc.: labour, 10 d. at $5; material, $20.57 70 57 
Wilson, G. W., St. John: ' plat md specifications for instrument tower, retaining 

wall, fencing, walks, etc., $112.50; sundry, $15.85 128 35 

Accounts under S50 (112) 1,386 11 

Public Printingand Stationery Dept., Ottawa: printing, $20,509 02; stationery, $1,806 19 22,315 51 

Detailed in Maintenance of Lights, Quebec: wages, $40 02; material, $13 05 _ 53 0] 

193,982 60 

Less — Sale of instruments and subscriptions to publications. 76 44 

193,886 16 
Marine Hospitals: Summary Hdpitaux de marine: Sommaire. 

Hospitals, Quebec 13, 694 21 

New Brunswick ... 7,323 84 

Nova Scotia. 27,778 30 

Prince Edward Island 2,043 40 

British Columbia 

Dominion Government and Naval Service Steamers ........... 1,183 75 

" St. Lawrence Ship Channel Boats 693 35 

" • Railways anil Canals Boats 35 00 

Pilotage Boats 6 00 

General Account 398 14 

61,537 49 
Marine Hospitals, Quehec— liopiiaux ci . marine, Quebec. 

Bonaventure, Dr. A. Arsenault, attendance and medicine 31 00 

Carleton ($56 50)— 

Dr. H. J. Martin, attendance and medicine. . 32 00 

Board of seamen, at $5 per w , $17.90; transportation, $6.60 24 50 

Chicoutimi, board of seamen, 88 d. at $1.20 105 60 

Eseoumains, Dr. F. J. Langlais, attendance and medicine ... 25 00 

Ga-i"'- ($200 43)— 

Dr. W. F. McCartney, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 200 00 

Board of seamen, 9 d. at $5 per w 6 43 

Levis, board of seamen, 6 d. at $1.50 ... ....... ... 9 00 

Magdalen Islands ($182 20)— 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. J. T. Solomon, $97; Dr. A. Gallant, $58 155 00 

Board of seamen, 10 d. at $1 25; 9; d. at $1 ; transportation, $5.20 27 20 

Matane, Dr. A. A. Boullion, attendance and medicine 40 45 

Montmagny, Dr. J. Masson, attendance and medicine 5 00 

Montreal ($9,021)— 

< 'atholie Sailors' ( 'lull, annual grant 200 00 

Montreal Sailors' Club, annual grant 200 00 

Board of seamen and consultations. 0.0.39 d. at $1 50; ambulance service, $129; dressing, 

$3 ."ill 0.221 00 

New Richmond, Dr. E. G. Cyr, attendance and medicine 32 50 

Paspebiac ($259)— 

Dr. J. DeWolf, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 ... 125 00 

Boardof seamen, 76 d. at $1.50, 10 d. at $1; transportation, $10 ... 134 0J 

Perce ($40)— 

Dr. S. Grenier, at ten, lance and medicine 

Board of seamen, 8 d. at $1, 8 d. at 50c 12 00 

Port Daniel, Dr. J. F. Beaulieu. attendance and medicine 9 75 

Quebec ($1,869)— 

Catholic Seamen's Club, annual grant 

Quebec Seamen's Institute 

Board of seamen, 969 d. at SI 50; First Aid Books and ( harts, 30 copies. $15 50 1,469 00 

Rimouski, Dr. L. F. Lci'aite, attendance and medicine 

St. ^.nne de Monts, Dr. A. Dontigny, attendance and medicine 35 00 

St. John's, Dr. G. Tasse, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 600 00 

Sorel ($215)— 

Attendance and medicine. Dr. A. R. LaRochelle, $183; Dr. J.J. Guertin, $23 . 200 00 

Board of seamen, 9 d. at SI. . 9 00 

Three Rivers, Dr. M. E. Gervais, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 350 00 

13,094 21 



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Marine Hospitals, New Brunswick. $ cts. 
Hopitaux de marine, Nouveau-Brunswiek. 

Albert ($13)— 

Dr. S. C. Murray, attendance and medicine 8 00 

Board of seamen, 5 d 5 00 

Alma ($59.25)— 

Dr. S. C. Murray, attendance and medicine ... 57 00 

• Board ol seamen, l\ d. at $1 . 50 2 25 

Bathurst ($164 50)— 

Dr. J. C. Meahan, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 150 00 

Board of seaman, 2 weeks at S4 75; dressings, $5 14 50 

Beaver Harbour ($273 34)— 

Dr. C. C. Alexander, attendance and medicine 177 00 

Board of seamen, 149 d. at $3 per w., 65 d. at 50c 96 34 

Buetouche, Dr. W. G. King, attendance and medicine 4 00 

Campbellton ($457.88)— 

Dr. H. Lunam, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 350 00 

Dr. L. G. Pinault, consultation and assisting at operation 20 00 

Board of seamen, 109 d. at $5 per week; operating room, $10 87 88 

Cape Tormentine, Dr. H. R. Carter, saiary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 150 00 

Caraquet ($164.22)— 

Dr. V. X. Comeau, salary as medical officer, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 92 47 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. F. X. Comeau, $43.75; Dr. J. A. Langis, $8 51 75 

Board of seamen, 2 weeks, at. $10. . . ._. 20 00 

Chatham, C. P. Hickey, sundry supplies 57 45 

Dalhousie ($309 081— 

Dr. J. R. Disbrow, salary as medical officer, 3 m. to June 30, 1916, $62 50; Dr. N. Doueette, 

salary as medical officer, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $187.50 250 00 

Board of seamen, 62 d. at $5 per week, 8 d. at SI; transportation, $5; sundries, $1 .80 59 08 

Douglastown i $302 .81)— 

Board of seamen, 270 d. at 50c 135 00 

New Brunswick Tel. Co., rent of telephone, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1917, $18; toll service, $1.30. . 19 30 

Stothart Mercantile Co., coal, 2- 165 tons at $6 75, 8- 0325 tons at $7, 3-045 tons at $11 104 34 

Miramichi Lumber Co., wood, 40 loads at 60c 24 00 

I. McKnight, sundry supplies s 20 17 

Fredericton ($34.05)— 

Dr. W. Crochet, attendance and medicine 23 30 

Board of seamen, 2f weeks 10 75 

Grand Harbour (J347.90)— 

Attendance and medicine. Dr. F. D. Weldon, $245 15; Dr. J. F. Macauley, 8102.75 . 347 90 

Hopewell Cape and Hillsboro: Dr. W. P. Kirby, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 1917 150 00 

Jacquet River, Dr. R. L. Ellis, attendance and medicine 36 25 

Miramichi ($700)— 

Dr. P. F. Duffy, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 450 00 

R. W. Flett, salary as janitor, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 250 00 

Moncton, Dr. R. L. Botsford, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 200 00 

Newcastle, Town of Newcastle, lighting hospital, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1917 26 10 

North Head, attendance and medicine, Dr. P. D. Weldon 14 16 

Richibucto ($200.75)— 

Dr. R. Girvan, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 200 00 

Description of land, Marine Hospital 75 

St. Andrews, Dr. J. A. Wade, attendance and medicine 4 90 

St. George, Dr. H. I. Tavlor, attendance and medicine 9 00 

St. John ($2,987)— 

Board of seamen, 1,858 d. at $1.50 . . , 2,787 00 

Seamen's Mission Society, annual grant 200 00 

St. Martins, Dr. H. E. Gillmore, attendance and medicine 17 00 

St. Stephen ($56.73)— 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. W. M. Deinstadt, S4. 15; Dr. W. E. Gray, $39 43 15 

Board of seamen, 4 d. at $15 per w., operating room, 85 13 58 

Shediac, Dr. J. Legere, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 200 00 

Shippigan (S3S4.47)— 

Dr. A. DesRochers, salary as medical officer, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 92 47 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. A. DesRochers 292 00 



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Marine Hospitals, Nova Scotia. Hopitaux de marine, Nouveile-Ecosse. ? cts. 

\.l. , ,;, I!',,'' :.: 

I ' r L. Hill, salary a medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

10 :1. at 75c., L d. $1; transportation, $3.50 [2 00 

olis, Dr. R. Witl medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Intigoni ii, !)i J i. Mel lac, attendance and medicine. ... 1 1 00 

V j ■ i ■ 1 ■ River, board of seaman, 10 d at$4pei ttion, 812 17 80 

Ariel, al <:.] ' "i 

Dr. I'.. A. I eblanc. salarj -.< ; medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Board of seal en, 1 i 50 per w.. 

B ad deck, Dr.J \ He] 
I iarrin ;ton $ 

Dr. I'. \. Banl i, alarj as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Board ol i iman, 7 « . at -I 
si 09 

1 >r. W. H. Dickii er, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 

B I o 1 per \v . i ;i in 

Hear River (SlSl.50)^ — 

Dr. C- C. Archibald, salary as medical office] M i 31,1917 150 00 

1 Soard "1 seamen, 9 w. at 83.50 . 
Belliveau's Cove, boar. I i I pel nt, 20c i; is 

'»ii Dr, \. \. Deckman, attendance and medicine ... 
Bn,ij.Tu.it it. Dr. F. W. Kelly, salarj as medi il officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . 
Cans.. ($631 

Dr. P. A. McGarry alarj as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

n, 256 d... 256 00 

175.50)— 

Di P I I I-', salarj as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 300 00 

Board of seami n, II' w. at S4, 5 u n $3.50. 
i Ihester, Dr. A, M . Hebb, at tendance and medicine... t; 50 

Cheverie, Dr. Annie Hennigar, attend: i and medicine. 550 

Church Point, Dr. S. H. Thibault, attendance and medicine. 4 00 

Clark's Harln.ur $358.75) — 

Dr. C. W. Brown, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 250 00 

Board of seamen, 36| w. al $3. . Ins 7". 

Digby (1310 50 

Dr. W. F. Read, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Coleman Van Fassell, keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917... ,",111111 

Board of seamen, 2 v, . at 13, 9 d. at 50c. 10 50 

I ive Islands, Dr. P. J. McAuley, attendance and medicine.. II 50 

Freeport, board of seamen, at $3 per w 33S 64 

Gl i" Baj ($201.50)— 

Dr. II. Dodd, salary, as medical officer, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1917, 150 111 

Board of seamen, 33 .1. at SI. 50; private room, S2.. 51 50 

Halifax ($9,282.82).— 

Dr. W. B. Almon, attendance and medicine... 70 00 

Seamen's Friend Society, annual grant... .'nil 00 

Board of seamen. 4,430 d. at 82., 83 d. tit 88 per w.; ambulance service, - 9 012 8 ' 

Hantsport ($125.21).— 

Dr. F. R. Shankel, attendance and medicine..., .",_• .",11 

Board of seamen at So. per w., $65.71; operating room, $7. ... 72 71 

Hubbards, Dr. E. B. Norwood, attendance and medicine 2 50 

Joggin Mine* 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. W. Herdman, 833.50; Dr. W. Rockwell, 37 25 

Kingsport, Dr. A. M. Covert, attendance and medicine. 2 50 

La Have 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. F. R. Davis, $109; Drs. Forbes and MacLellan, $10; Dr 

H. G. Grant. $110.75... • ■; r, 

Liverpool ($395.96)— 

Dr. C. B. Trites, salary as medical officer, 1 m. to .June 30, 1916, $50; Dr. T. R. 1'ord, 

salary as medical officer, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 $150 200 00 

Dr. C. B. Trites. attendance and medicine 7 25 

Boardof seamen at $5 per w., $125.77, at $3 per w., $45.44, 6 d. at $1.25; 5 d at II; fuel $5 188 71 

Loekeport ($402.61)— 

Dr. T. G. Lockwood, salary as medical officer, 12 m, to Mar. 31, 1917... . 200 01) 

Board of seamen, at. $2. 50 per w., $98.19; at $3.50 per w\, $6; at $5 per w.. 597.81; laundry, 

58e 202 61 

Lower Last Pubnico, board of seamen, at $7, $35; at $3, $33 68 00 

Louisburg, ($1,128.) — 

Dr. D. A. Morrison, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. . . 250 00 

R. McLean, keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. :; )0 

Attendance and medicine, $13; board of seamen, 737 d. at 50c; coal, 20 t. at ft. per ton; 

hauling coal, $40; installing tank. $22.50; stove, $12.58; sundry supplies, $41.42 578 00 



Carried forward 16,006 05 



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Marine Hospitals, Nova Scotia — Continued. 
Hopitauv de marine, Nouvelle-Eeosse — Suite. 



Brought forward 16,000 05 



Lunenburg ($1,712.93).— 

Dr. T. DesBrisay, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 

S. Silver, keeper! 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917 

Board of seamen, at 50c. perd., $151; coal, at $3.50 pert.. S21S.59, at $7. per t.. $35; wn !. 
2 cords a1 $7.75; lime, brl., $2.30; gas supplied, $54.10; water taxes, $30; telephone 
service, $29.25; transportation, $3.28; range installed, $33; mattresses, 4 at $3.30; 
towels, 2 doz. at $3; pillow cast ! do at $3; \ doz. quilts at SIS; nL-ht shirt,. \ 
doz. at $12; wool blankets, 6 at $4.25: sheets, 1} doz. at $1 !; blinds, 2 at 59c; Feathei 

pillows. 3 at SI; sundry material. $21.30 

Mahone Bay 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. W. X. Cockran, $17; Dr. J. B. Reid, $31.25... 

Maitland, Dr. T. Densmore, attendance and medicine 

Murgaree 

Dr. A. J. McNeil, attendance and medicine, $12 board of seamen, 1 w. at $4 

Margaretsville, Dr. F. S. Messenger, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1317. 

Meteghan ($404.47).— 

Dr. A. J. Deveau, attendance and me Heine, $240. SO; Dr. T. H. McDonald, $51.63 

Board of seamen, at $4 per w 

North Svdney ($350).— 

Dr. T. H. Smith, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Sailors' Institute, annual grant 

Parrsboro ($126.75). — 

Dr. B. Jeffers, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Alar. 31, 1917 

Board of seamen, 113 d. at $1; transportation, $13.75 

Pictou, Dr. S. Anderson, salary as medical officer. 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1917 
Port Clyde, Dr. J. D. Dinsmore, attendance and medicine.. 

Port DufTerin. Dr. E. W. Dunlop, attendance and medicine. 

Pt. Grevilie, Dr. W. A. Lawson, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1317. 

Port Hawkesbury, Dr. J. R. McLeoJ. salary as melical officer, 2 m. to Dec. 31, 1913 

Port LaTour, Dr. H. D. Wilso.i, salary as me lical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Port Morien, Dr. A. R. Riv, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Port Mulgrave ($47).— 

Dr. J. McKenzie, salary as medical offi-er, 1 m. to Oct. 31, 1916 

Board of seamen, at $7 per w 

Port Tapper, ($J25).— 

Dr. J. McKenzie, salary as medical officer, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1916 

Dr. J. R. McLeod, salary as medical officer, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. 

Port Wade (5266.65).— 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. E. DuVernet, $56.25; Dr. A. Robinson, $40; Dr. F. F. 
Smith. $51.. 

Board of s-amen, at $3.50 per w.. $.11; at sS per w., $40; 5 d. at $2; transportation, $3.40.. 

Pubnieo, Dr. C. J. Fox, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917. 

Pugwash, Dr. W. V. Goodwin, attendance and medicine 

River Herbert ($200).— 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. W. W. Herdman, $48.50; Dr. W. Rockwell, $84.50; profes- 
sional service, Cora Hennessey, $27 

Board of seamen, S w. at $5 

Salmon River ($22.43).— 

Dr. B. S. Hamilton, attendance and medicine. 

Board of seamen, at $2.50 per w 

Sandy Cove, Dr. F. E. Rice, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917.. . 
Shelburne (S158.36).— 

Dr. S. W. Burns, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 191/ 

Board of seamen, at $4.50 per w < _ 

Sherbrooke, Dr. L. D. Densmore, attendance and medicine 

Springhili, board of seamen, 219 d. at $1.50; transportation, $8... 

Spry Bav, attendance and medicine. Dr. E. W. Dunlop, $53; Dr. S.J. Turel, $13.50 

Syd'ney ($3,360.45).— 

Dr. E. J. Johnson, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

R. S. Muggah, keeper, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 

Board of seamen, 636 d. at 25c.; 1,409 d. at 50c, 873 d. at 75c; coal; 1 t. at $3.70; 20 t. 
at s::.7."; :;(); t. at $4; 61 J- t.at $4.3(1; drugs, $120.40; water rates, $24; lighting hospital 
12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, $94.81; telephone service, $63.99; soap, bos, $4.15; sheets, 
1 doz. pr., $21.60; pillow cases, 1 doz. $2.40; spreads, 1 doz., $19.20; night shirts, 
1 doz. $12; labour, $10; grate bars, $12.73; new chimney, $21.74; o'cedarmop, polish, 

brushes, etc., $18.15; plumbing and repairs, $97.59; sundry supplies, $45.36 

St. Peters, Dr. J. A. McDonald, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 - 

Walton, Dr. A. Hcnnigar, attendance and medicine 

West Bay, Dr. M. H. McKay, attendance and medicine 



530 00 
203 03 



101 25 

4 03 

16 03 
250 00 

234 20 
11) 27 

759 01 
103 03 

300 00 
126 7.5 
400 00 
13 03 
12 00 
150 00 
50 00 
125 03 
125 03 



150 03 
75 00 



147 25 

113 40 

250 00 

49 50 



160 00 
40 00 

16 00 
6 43 

300 00 

150 00 
8 36 

15 00 
336 50 

66 50 

500 00 
300 00 



2,560 45 

250 00 

12 50 

5 00 



Carried forward 26,216 34 



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Marine Hospitals, Nova Scotia— Concluded. 
Hdpitaux de marine, Nouvelle-Ecosse — Fin. 



Brought forward. 



Westport ($587.44).— 

Dr. IS. S. Bishop, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017. . 400 00 

Board of seamen at $3 per w.. .... 187 44 

Weymouth, Dr. E. < '. Ilall.it. salary as medii al officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, nil 7. 125 on 

Windsor ($138.52).— 

Dr. J. McKay, salary as medical officer, 6 in. to Sept. 30', 1916 CO 00 

Dr. o. B. Keddy, salary as medical officer, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1917, (53.52; attendance and 

medicine, $25 78 52 

Yarmouth ($743.50).— 

Dr. S. W. Williamson, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017 400 00 

Board of seamen, at $7 per week, 1326; funeral expenses, 117.50 343 50 



27,810 80 
Less — Refunded by U. S. Gov't, for treatment of seamen at Louisburg. 32 50 



Marine Hospitals, Prince Edward Island. 
Hopitaux de marine, lie dn Prlnce-Edouard. 

Cardigan, Dr. A. A. Allen, attendance and medicine. ................ 1275 

Charlottetown, board of seamen, 644 d. at $1.50 960 00 

Crapaud, Dr. N. R. Bouyer, attendance and medicine.. 8 00 

Georgetown ($50.70).— 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. C. L. Barnes, $15.50; Dr. D. A. Stuart, $35.20.. 50 70 

Mininegash, Dr. G. P. McDougall, attendance and medicine 6 65 

Montague, Dr. J. D. Mclntyre, attendance and medicine 25 50 

Murray Harbour, Dr. L. Brehaut, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1917 100 00 

New London 

Attendance and medicine, Dr. J. E. Fleming, $4.25; Dr. A. S. Simpson, $6.50.. 10 75 

Rustico, Dr. S. J. McKenna, attendance and medicine. 139 30 

Souris ($346.50).— 

Dr. A. McLean, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31. 1017 

Board of seamen, 71 d. at. $1; transportation, 50c 

Summerside ($340.50).— 

Dr. E. Tanton, salary as medical officer, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1017. 

Board of seamen, 57 d. at $1.50; 14d.at $1. 
Tignish, Dr. J. A. Johnston, attendance and medicine. . 



275 oil 


71 


50 


251 


00 


91 


50 


27 


75 



2.043 40 



Mariue Hospitals, British Columbia. 
Hopitaux de marine, C'olombfr-Jiritannique. 

Chemainus, attendance and medicine, Dr. W. F. Luton 10 00 

Cumberland, Dr. G. F. McNaughton, salary, 1 y. to Mar. 31 .. 400 00 

Nanaimo, Dr. W. F. Drvsdale, salary, 1 y. to Mar. 31 600 00 

Powell River, ($89.50).— 

Dr. Andrew Henderson, attendance and medicine.. 74 50 

St. Lukes Hospital, board at $1 a d 15 00 

Prince Rupert, ($1,040.50)— 

Dr. J. P. Cade, salary as port physician, 1 y., to Mar. 31. £00 00 

Prince Rupert General Hospital, treatment of seamen, and board at $1.50 a d., $510.50 
special, $30 

LTnion Bay, Cumberland General Hospital, care of seamen, 17 d. at SI... 17 00 

Vancouver, ($4,139). — 

Sailors' Home, annual grant .... 200 00 

St. Paul's Hospital: care of seamen at SI. 50 a d., $3,333.50; ambulance service, $16 3,349 50 

Vancouver General Hospital: care of seamen at $1.50 a d., $587; ambulance, $2.50.. 589 50 

Victoria, (?3,085.50). — 

Funeral expenses, $25; ambulance, $2.50. . , ... 27 50 

Connaught Seamen's Institute, annual grant.. . 200 00 

St.. Joseph's Hospital, care of seamen. 1 , 858 00 

8,381 50 



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Marine Hospitals, Government Steamers and Naval Service. $ els. 

Hopitaux dc marine, steamers du gonvernment et service naval. 

Professional services: Dr. Mayes Case, $6; Dr. W. L. Ellis, $3, Dr. F. L. Kenney, $20. . 29 00 

Commissioners of General Public Hospital, board of sick seamen, 44 d. at $1 .50 66 00 

Victoria General Hospital, board of sick seaman, 6 d. at 82 12 00 

Yarmouth Hospital, board of sick seaman, 8 d. at 81 8 00 

Aranmore — 

Victoria General Hospital, board of sick seamen, 80 d. at $2 172 00 

Bellechas8e — 

Hotel Dieu du Precieux Sang, board of sick seamen, 15 d . at 81 . 50 22 50 

Notre Dame Hospital, board of sick seaman, 8 d. at 81 .50 12 00 

Brant — 

Charlottetown Hospital, board of sick seaman, 20 d. at 75c 15 00 

f 'mine- - 

Commissioners of General Public Hospital, board of sick seaman, 13 d. at 81 .50 19 50 

Dollard— 

Jeffery Hale's Hospital, board of sick seaman, 9 d. at 81.50 13 50 

Dr. J. E. Thibaudeau, attendance and medicine 5 00 

Ester a n — 

W. F. Luton. M.D., attendance and medicine 46 00 

Ladvsmith General Hospital, board of sick seaman, 3 w. at 89, 5 d. at 81 .30; medicines, 

etc., $6 39 50 

St. Jospeh's Hospital, board of sick seamen, 25 d. at 82 50 00 

Fronienac — 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 47 50 

Soeurs de l'Hopital General de Sorel, board of sick seamen, 49 d. at $1 49 00 

Galiano — 

Prince Rupert General Hospital Association, board of sick seamen, 12 d. at $1.50 IS 00 

Gulnare— 

Dr. P. A. McGarry, professional services 5 00 

Kayex, Prince Rupert General Hospital Association, board of sick seamen, 47 d. at 81.50, 

operating room and anaesthetic, 810 SO 50 

Hochelaga, R. S. Muggah, board of sick seaman, 7 d. at 50c 3 50* 

Lady Grey, A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 54 50 

Lady Laurier — 

Victoria General Hospital, board of sick seaman, 4 d. at 82; ambulance, $2 50 10 50 

R. McLean, Louisburg, board of sick seamen, 19 d . at 50c 9 50 

Dr. H. A. Payzant, professional services 5 00 

Lansdovme, F. H. Neve, M.D., professional services 11 00 

Montcalm — 

Hopital Civinue, Quebec, board of siek seaman. 10 d. at 82, medicine, etc., $4, doctor's 

visits, 812 36 00 

Hotel Dieu du Precieux Sang, board of sick seamen, 39 d. at 81.50 58 50 

ffewingttm, St. Joseph's Hospital, board of sick seamen, 49 d. at 82 98 00 

Patrol Boat J). J. A. Johnston, M.D., professional services 4 50 

Prince Edward Island 

P.E.I. Hospital, board of sick seamen, 18 d. at $1 .50 27 00 

Charlottetown Hospital, board of sick seaman, 9 d. at $1.50 13 50 

Reserve, A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 14 25 

Routille — 

Professional Services: M. S. Dickson, M.D., 82; J. A. Lapointe, M.D., 83; H. A. Payzant, 

$4 9 00 

H6tel Dieu du Prfecieux Sang, board of sick seaman, 6 d. at $1 . 50 9 00 

Simcoe — 

Dr. M. H. Limbert, professional services 26 00 

St. Joseph's Hospital, Parry Sound, board of sick seaman, 34 d. at 81; medicine and 

washing, $2 36 00 

Thirty Three, Mrs. Annie Rhynold, board of sick seaman, 30 d. at $1 30 00 

Valetta, Victoria General Hospital, board of sick seaman, 9 d. at 82 18 00 



Marine Hospitals, Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River. 
Hopitaux de marine, chenal des navires, lleuve St-Laurent. 

Dredge No. 1 ($15)— 

Hotel Dieu du Precieux Sang: board of sick seaman, 6 d. at 81 .50 9 00 

Notre Dame Hospital, Montreal, board of sick seamen, 4 d. at SI. 50 6 00 

Dredge No. 2 — 

Gertin, Dr. J. J., attendance and medicine 

Sceurs de l'hopital General de Sorel, board of sick seaman, 10 d. at $1 10 00 

Dredge No. S, Three Rivers Hospital, board of sick seamen, 75 d. at 90e '. 67 50 

Dredge No. 6, M. A. Chandonnet, M.D., attendance and medicine 6 25 

Carried forward 122 00 



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Marine Hospitals, ship Channel, St. Lawrence River. < oni lud< d. 
llopitauv de marine, chenal ties navires, Heuve St-Laurent. I in. 

Brought forward 

Dredge No. 7, A. K. La Rochelle, M.I)., attendance and medicine 

1 iredge No. - 

A. R. La Rochelle, M. D., attendance and medicine . 

Soeurs de I' H6pital < leneral de Sorel, board ol sii k seamen, .'>-' d. at $1 

Dredge \ o. 9, A. R La Rochelle, MI'., attendance and medicine . 

Dredge Vo f«, \ R La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine., 

Dredge No. IS, A. R. La Rocln lie, MI),, attendan 'e and medicine . , 13 nil 

Dredge Vo. 14, P. Dansereau, M.D., attends id medicine 3 00 

Dredge No. I r, P. Dan en au, M.D., atti ndanci and mi di in 2 50 

i loal Barge \ o. S, Sceurs de l'H6pital < Ieneral de Sorel, board of sick seaman, 9 d. at SI 9 00 

Stone Lifter No. S, A. R. La Rochelle, Ml) , attendance and medicine 7 50 

Tug Chambly— 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 11 25 

Soeurs de l'H6pital General de Sorel, board of sick seaman. 10 d. at SI 10 00 

Tug Contrecaur, A. R. La Rochelle, M.I)., attendance and medicine ... 6 00 

Tug Kn, 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine.. .... 

Sceurs de 1'Hopital General de Sorel, board of sick seamen, II d. al {1 11 00 

Tug Iberville — 

J. J. Guertin, M.D., professional services 14 00 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 3 50 

TugXoc Si-Pierre, A. K. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine. . 6 25 

Tug Lavalh < 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine.. 38 75 

Soeurs de l'H6pital General de Sorel, board of sick seamen, 20 d. at $1 20 00 

Tug Laviolt tte — 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine 55 50 

Sceurs de l'H6pital General de Sorel 20 00 

Tug Portneuf. A. R. La Rochelle, Ml)., attendance and medicine 15 50 

Steamer De Levis, A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine. . 5 00 

Steamer Di '< ctm — 

A. R. La Rochelle, M 1 )., attendance and medicine 35 75 

Sceurs de l'HOpital General de Sorel 8 00 

Steamer Jniws Hntrdni — 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.I)., at tendance and medicine 20 00 

Sceurs de I'H&pital General de Sorel, hoard of sick seamen, 7 d. at SI 7 00 

Rock Cutler No. 1— 

A. R. La Rochelle, M.D., attendance and medicine . .. 22 75 

Sceurs de 1'Hopital General de Sorel, board of sick seaman, 6 d. at. si 6 00 



Marine Hospitals, Railways and Canals. 
Ilopitaux de marine, chemins de fer et canaux. 

Durley < 'him 

Victoria General Hospital, board of sick seaman, 8 d. at $2 

JeiTery Hale's Hospital, hoard of sick seamen, 7 d. at SI .it) . 

Prince Edward, G. D. Wright, ambulance service 

Sheeba, i lommissioners of General Public Hospital, hoard of .-i'-k seamen, 3 d. at x i 50 



Marine Hospitals, Pilotage. 
Kopitaux de marine, pilotage. 

Hotel Dieu du Preeieux Sang: board of sick seaman, 4 d. at Sl-50, 



16 00 


10 50 


4 00 


4 50 



.Marine Hospitals, General Account. 
Hopitaut de marine, conipte general. 

Public Printing and Stationery Department, Ottawa: printing, S394.55; stationei 

Seamen's Hospital Fund. 
Fonds de Ihopital dis marins. 

The Honorary Treasurer, Geo. Burn . 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S RE-PORT, 1916-1911 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Shipwrecked and Distressed Seamen. 
Marins naufrages et en detresse. 

Board, conveyance, expenses, etc., of seamen: — 

Paid through Board of Trade, England 

Paid under Departmental Letter of Credit 

Legal services: George H. V. Belyca, St. John, $7; Burns & Walkem, Vancouver, $4. 
Telephone service at Lunenburg, N.S., 12 m. at $1.33 



Steamboat Inspection. 
Inspection des bateaux a vapeur. 

Andrews. S. D., Collingwood: sal.. SI, 900; travel and outlay, $529.16 

Arnold, G. ML, Toronto: salary, S1.900; travel and outlay. $731.93 

Bennet, W. R., St. John: salary from July 17. $1,080.48; travel and outlay, $364.02 
Cahalane, Thos. J.. Halifax, clerk, 1 y. to March 31. .... . 

Cullum. \V. J., Victoria: salary. S2.000; travel and outlay. 5212.43 

Currie, X. A., Halifax: salary, 52.000; traxel and outlay, S706.40 

Dalton, C. E., St. John: salary, 52.000; travel and outlay, $485.51 

Daxis, M. R., Kingston: salary, SI. 900; travel and outlay, 5638.17 

Dodds, John, Toronto: salarx', S2.000; travel and outlay, 5681.82 

Duclos, P., Quebec: salary. 52.000; travel and outlay, $509.64 

Duval, A., Montreal: salary, $1,000; travel and outlay. 540.75 
Evans. Wm., Toronto: salary, $2,000: trax'el and outlaw $595.99; less, 525 
Gardham. J. T.. Montreal: salary. S1.5S3.33; travel and outlay, $153.19 
Hamelin, F. X., Sorel: salary, 52.000: travel and outlay. $167.92 
Hopper, A. E., Vancoux'er: salary, $2,000; travel and outlay, $259.71 

Houston, C. E., naval supervisor, salary for May 

Jackson, W., asst. naval constructor, traxel and outlay 

Lunan, J. E., Montreal: salary, 51,900; travel and outlay, 540"". 96 

McDougall. A., Halifax: salary, 51.900: travel and outlay, 5514.19 

McKean, E. \Y.. Coilingwood: salary to Feb. 28, $1,833.26. traxel and outlay. 5553.25 

Mantrop, B., Victoria: salary, S1.900; traxel and outlay, S47.35 

Martin, A., Montreal, salary 

Martin, John M., St. John: salary, 51,000; less military pay at 51.10 a d 
Mathews, John T., Edmonton: salary. $1,641.67; travel and outlay. $832.27 
Murray. D. J., Halifax: salary, 51,741.65; trax'el and outlay, $555.87 
New Brunswick Telephone Co., rent of telephones 
Xorthern Xax'igation Co., Sarnia. inclining test. Steamer Noronic 

01i\ e. I. J.. St. John: salary. 51,900; travel and outlay, 550.10 

Phillips, George P., Kenora: salary. 52,000; travel and outlay, $541.32 

Ring, E. D., St. John: salary, $1,000; trax'el and outlay 

Robinson, H. G., Vancouver: salary, S2.000; trax'el and outlay, 516.05 
Samson. J. A., Quebec: salary, 51.533.33; travel and outlay, S2J3.34 

Stewart, J. B., Toronto: salary, $2,000; travel and outlay, $605.20 

Thompson, T. P.. Kingston: salary. 52.000: traxel and outlay, 8430.16 

Vigars, W. J., Port Arthur: salary, 51,000; traxel and outlay, $114.85 



ser, Rei.l. Wallbridge, Douglas and 
nhurst. $58.50. 

• 3, 1916. at $500 per an., $372.26; 

I, $448.86; Edna Robinson, Toronto, 

foront i, from April 17 at S500 or $600 



Legal: D. R. Barrv, Campbell's Bav 

Gibson, Vancouver, 5303.15; \V. K. Kenne : 
Stenographers: Georgie V. Belyea, St. John, i 

Gertrude Matthews. Vancouver, from May 

April 3 to 13 at $500 per an., 515. 27; Molly 

per an., $552.76; postage, $45; cleaning typewriter. 52 
Accounts under 560 

Public Printing and Stationery Dept., Ottawa: printing, 58S2.6S; stationery. 5520.01 

Detailed under: Maintenance, N.B., 57.52; Maintenance. P.Q.. $47; Agency, Rents and 

( 'ontingencies, Quebec, 5114.91 

Less — PiefundecT by owners of steamers 



128 84 

124 01 

11 00 

15 96 



279 81 



2.429 16 
2,634 93 
1,424 50 
1 , 200 00 
2.212 43 
2.706 40 
2, 185 51 
2.538 17 
2.0S1 82 
2,509 61 
1,040 75 
2,570 99 
1.736 52 
2. 167 92 
2,25:1 71 

100 00 
41 55 
2,302 96 
2,414 19 
2,386 52 
1,947 35 
1,000 00 

5 IS 50 
2,503 94 
2,297 52 

122 00 

251 75 
1.950 10 
2,541 32 
1,016 05 
2,612 46 
1,826 67 
2,605 20 

2.430 16 
2,014 85 



1.436 15 

327 86 

1,402 69 



69,355 32 
1,795 51 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrenc: Eiver. 
( henai des navires du St-Laurent. 

Sum in a ry — So m maire. 

Wages at Sorel Shipyard 

Miscellaneous expenditure 

Water levels investigations 

and board dredging fleet 

Dredging plant 

Compassionate allowance 

Exchequer Court Awards 



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(Page O— 98) 
. tPage O— 107) 
Page I ' -108) 
. (Page O— 118) 
(Page 0—118) 
Pa e! 1—118) 



430,030 SS 

209,366 50 

17.593 49 

367,712 94 

261.221 39 

1.000 00 

4,296 66 



1,351,287 



1/ I/.7W. I W FISHERIES DEPARTMENT: KXPESUITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 97 



siilp Channel, St. Lawrence River < 'ontinued. 
C'henal des navlres <lu si-l.aiirciil Suite 



,/ Shipijaitl and Offu 



■hanlii 



el et but 



Jacks 

I 



\\ . S„ superintendent of shipyard, I y to March 31, 1917 

assistant supei intendenl ol shipyard, 111 in. to January .''.I 
countanl . I y. to March 31 
listant accountant, I v. to March 31 
keeper, I y. to March 31 
U ( Champagne, 8750; \ K. ' In net-, mw.i.iii;, .1 A I >,-„,rc\ . $840; 
I', 



•uult, II 

Lacouture, 1... account! 

( 'ardin, J. O., assistanl 

Chamberland, II C, > 

Clerks to March 31, l'.M 

N. Dufault. sew .96 I. K l'i.\. t.. .Inn.- 13, $162.21; R. Forcier, $750; I Garci 
$649.92; ( Johnstone. S519. 90, \ I .a, out ure, $649.92; J. P. Leclaire, $1,170; V. Mandeville, 
$699.96 u V1..ii:..i -Id:;:; 1 I H. Paquin, $720; J. E. Rajotte, $799.92 

Checkers Joseph Blais from Septembci 16 5487.50 R. Mayer, $1,249.92; Napoleon Salvail 
April-June, $225 

Draughtsmen to March 31, 1917 C R Blais. $1,050; Fred. Bridges, $1,749.96 Jam. Deai 
$1,749.96; L. Deguise. $891.66 J \ Lacouture, to February 28 5962.50 \ VouniB -I 150. 

Emerj . II.. secretary, I > to March 31 

I i. i. i Uf., time-keeper, I y. to March 31 

Mande\ ill. .1 1. . assistanl store-keepci , April-Ma\ 

Peloquir, Leo, typist, I - to March 31 

Tri-iiipe. I. I'., ,i--i-i:ini -to, k I k k,-.|,.i . I y. to March 31 

-i . iv. ... 11. stock I kkeeper, 1 > to March 31 

( 'uiclin, I-'.. I',.. assistant employment officer, I y. to March 31 

< lhampagne, 1).. paymaster, 1 y. to March 31 

Davj . II. \\ . assistanl engineer, 1 j to Man 1. 31 

Flood, John N., assistant engineei from Maj 21 to Novembei 30 al $75 a m 

Forneret, V. N., superintendent, engineer, I y. to March 31 

Houston, < harles 1 '.. supervisor, March, 1917 

Jackson, \Y.. supervisor, March, 1917 

Laflache, Alphonse, assistant engineer, 1 y.. to March 31 

Lamouche, Mrs. Marj . copyist, November to March al $41.66 a m 

Lyon, Inez, contribution to Patriotic Fund nol transferred 

McLean, N. B., resident engineer, I y toMarch31 

MacNab, Robert, assistant naval constructor, I v. to March 31 



Melanson, W. A. 
Morrisey, H. F., as: 
O'Dowd, Frank, pi 
Prouh, I. P telepl 
Reed, II- irenci 
Robidi iux Le. i, mes 



-taut 



embei 9 al 5i 



engineer from June 27 to I )e 

it neer, I j to March .'-I 

- - n ports, etc., I y, to March 31 

i,;. - . w .i June to \. -\ ember 

March 31, al -II 66 ..i $50 a m 

i and typewritei I v to March 31 
Steadworthy, Win., mechanical superintendent, I y. t , > March 31 

Stimpson, Miss E. (1.. stenographer,! y. to March .11 

Tibbitts. A. R . super\ r isor of accounts, I y to March 31 

Turner, K. B.. assisiant engineer from June 14 to December 2 al $75 a in 

vanasse, A. P., employment, officer, 1 y. to March 31 

Wallaci Stephen, clerk, I y. to March 31 

Wise, !•'. A., a.-.-i-tant ,-imii r, 1 y. to March 31 

Apprentices at 5 to 17 V. an h 

Assistant timekeeper at 22'. to 24c. an h... 

Bending slabs at 16 to 28 Jc. an h. ...... 

Blacksmiths at 16 to 24|c. an h. ... 

Boilermakers at 15 i<> -7<, an h. ........... 

Carpentersat L8to27Jc.anh 

Caulkers at 15 to 21c. an h., $6,663 44; clerks at 20 or 2Uc. an h., $91.43 

Electricians at 19 to 25c. an h., $7,so2 si ; i,t t.-i - 1=1 i:> t, ,35.-. an h.. so.;;94 15 

Foremen at Slum to si, 4511 a v.. Sic. ;;t)2 20; fin-men at 17', or 18c. an h., $53.57 

Helpers at 9 to 22V. an h., $1,602 05; ioiners at 21 to 30c. an h., $21,860 1(1 

Labourers at 10 to 19c. an h., $62,974 74; macluni.-t- at 15 to 27 '..-., $25. 675. 47. 
Mould lofts at 21 1 to 271c. an h., $1,371.06; painters at 15 to 23 '.c, $24,822 Mi. 
Patternmakers at 15 to 27V. an h., $4,583 02; platers at 17 to 20c. an h., $6. 165 sc 
Riveters at 15 to 22V. an h., $10,100.74; rivet heaters at 5 to lie. an h., $2, 194 49. 

St. Lawrence River Investigation, H. Peloquin, 130 h. at 20c 

Sailmaker, 95 h. at 21c; sawmill at 15 to 22V. an h., $10. 144 33.. 
Sewers at lie. an h., $833 17; shipbuilders at 17'. to 21 V. an h., $9,918 71. 

Stableman at 20c. anh., $785 78; store at 16 to 20c. an h., $4,706 38 

Steamfitters at. 15 to 35c. an h., $16,361.26; drafting room at 17» to 22V. an h., $2.1)40 92 
Watchmen at 20c. anh., $4,066.52; piece -work, $4,550.91 



3,000 nil 

1, 750 "'i 



I -.-, - i ■ 

7.751 us 

- 

I 399 92 

166 66 

756 llll 

I 157 I" 

I. 176 llll 

I ii -i) 00 

I 149 96 

1,500 mi 

176 61 

3,999 96 

100 mi 

12.5 (III 

I 500 00 

208 30 

1 0(1 

2,899 92 

2,400 0(1 

406 78 

1,299 96 

120 00 

12 oo 

541 62 

180 00 

1 . 749 96 

685 on 

2,599 'i2 

122 31 

1,500 00 

799 92 

2,199 96 

2.477 18 

1,087 00 

6,467 76 

13,855 65 

32.(151 46 

57,506 18 

14,196 96 
16,355 S3 
23,462 15 
88,650 21 
26 193 "2 
10.748 88 

26 00 
10.164 28 
10.751 ss 

5.402 16 
18.402 18 

8,617 43 



1— 7o 



269 22 
120 00 
152 62 
252 00 


506 26 
175 00 
326 60 



O — 98 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River— Continued. 
Chenal dcs navircs dn st-Laurent — Suite. 

Miscellaneous — Dicers. 

Alaska Feather & Down Co., Montreal: angle iron frame fill helieol spring mattresses with 
Simmon's patent twisted link fabric, 24 x 72, 90 at SI .75 

Armstrong. Whitworth of Canada (L'tdl, Montreal: high speed annealed steel, 402 lb. at 
$2.65; tool steel, 413 lb. at 9e.; planer knives, 1 ft. 8| in., 2 at $21.75; high speed metal 
slitting saws, 3, $28.20; high speed cutters for fluting reamers, 3, $43.60; high speed 
cutters for grooving taps, 2, $38 .40 

Asbestos Manufacturing Co., Montreal: asbestos mill board, 2,4641b. at 7c., 274 lb. at 3',c; 
asbestos finish, x, 2J tons at $20, xx, 2\ tons at $23; less freight, $9 60 

Atlas Asbestos Co., Montreal, asbestos wick, 5 lb. balls, 100 lb. at $1.20. 

Arseneault, J. A., Sorel, loss of goods in wreck 

Asbestos Products Co., Date, covering pipes and boiler on tug construction, No. 63, at Sorel 

Baile Andrew, Montreal: stove coal 80-3 tons at $7.55; smith coal, 20125 tons at $9.60; 
less freight, $293.10 

Bailey Broom Co., Kingston, brooms, 50 doz. at $3.50..: 

Beardmore Belting Co., Montreal, belting, 450 ft 

Beauchemin & Co., Sorel: combined hand and steam steering gears, 7 in. dia. cyl. x 7 in. 
stroke Sl,400for "Detector"; in.dia. x 5 in. stroke, 1, $700, 1, $750, for construction No. 
60 2,850 00 

Beauchemin & Sons, Sorel: steel castings, 242,313 lb. at 6ic, 4,574 lb. at 7ic, at 9-35e. to 
-2005c a lb., $585.20; manganese steel bushes or pins, 14,409 lb. at 16c; manganese 
steel bushes, 1,089 lb. at 17c; manganese steel pins, 6,088 lb. at 17|c; steel propeller, 
19 in. dia., $5 19, 633 81 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, 1 year, 7 at $20, 1, $24, 1, $34, 1, $40, 1, $20.50; rent 

of telephone, 9 m. ,$20. 25, 1,8 m. .$23 33; messages, $566.61 868 69 

Bell.Thos. & Co., St. John, white oak, 11,163 sup. ft. at $65; less freight, $257.04 468 55 

Birkett, Thos. & Son, Co., Ottawa: auger bits, 18 doz., $27.75; butcher cleavers, 8 in., 6 at 
$1; ice cream freezer, 8 qt., $4.25; emery cloth, 75 quires, $71.61; bread knives, 2 doz\ 
at $4.25; shoe knives, 10 doz. at SI. 40; rim knob locks, 3 doz. at $9.35; copper clout 
nails, 100 lb. at 73c; side cutting plyers, 7 in., 4 doz. at $6; scissors, 6 in., 5 doz. prs. at 
$2.75, 3 doz. prs. at $2.50; f. h. bright screws, 12 gross, $25.20; f. h. bright, wood screws, 
239 gross, S.S4.5S; machinist vises, 4, $23.90; Coe's nut wrenches, 60, $44.40; fibre wash 
tubs, 2 doz., $31.65; sundry hardware, $149.77; Lepage liquid glue, \ pts, 6 doz. at $2.60; 
brass binding, 50 yd. x T 9 5 in., 3 rolls at $3.65; less freight, $1.04 663 42 

Blais, Edward, Sorel, leather at 54, 55 or 58c a lb 78 19 

Boeckh Bros., Toronto: oval paint brushes, at $7.55, $10.80 or $12.95 a doz., $250.86; flat 

dusters, 6 doz. at $7.29; sundry, $20.55 315 15 

Booth, Coulter Copper & Brass Co.., Toronto: copper tubing, 58 lb. at 62c; copperrod, ^j, 

34i lb. at 47c, f, 305 lb. at 52c; tempered sheet copper, 9;^ lb. at 55c; less freight, $1.58 71 89 

Boyd, R. E. & Co., Montreal, w. b. brooms, 25 doz. at $5.75. 143 75 

Brandram, Henderson (Ltd.), Montreal: gold leaf, 2 pkgs at. $9; brown japan, 181 gal. at 
48c; white lead, 5,000 lb. at 12-7c, 3,000 lb. at 13c, 6,000 lb. at 13-8c; orange shellac, 
25 gal. at $1.75; putty, 500 lb. at. 2|c; marine blue in oil, 500 lb. at 5c, 500 lb. at 6c; 
French green in oil, 500 lb. at 7c, 500 lb. at 7'c; lamp black in oil, 1 ,000 lb. at 5c; French 
vermilion in oil, 100 lb. at 15c, 100 lb. at 16c; sundry, $9.20; less discount, 2%, $44.56; 
less freight, $5.45 2,183 07 

British American Oil Co., (Ltd.), Montreal: cylinder oil, 4,159-5 gal. at 28c; air cylinder 
oil, at 35 or 38c, $35.41; extra marine engine oil, 7,440| gal. at 34c; summer black oil 
at 125c., 135 or 14|c a gal., $76.66; winter black oil, 247 gal. at 16c; dynamo oil, 392\ 
gal. at 22c; pneumatic tool oil at. 35 or 38c a gal., $34 56; colza oil, 50 gal. at 54c; linseed 
oilsoap, 3,052 1b. at lie; less freight, $1.35 4,328 30 

Brock, W. R. Co., Montreal: cocoa mats, 2| doz. at S7.20; quilts, 35 at 90c, 13 at 95c; less 

discount, 3%, $1 .93; less freight, 73c 61 59 

Brown's Copper and Brass Rolling Mills, New Toronto: brass rod at 42 or 43c a lb., $438.32; 

less freight, $8. 36 429 96 

Buck, Wm. Stove Co., (Ltd.), Brantford: stoves, Happv Thought, $37.21, "Britannia", 

No. 9, $90; stove parts, 5S6 lb. at 6c; less freight, $3.36 159 01 

Builders Sales (Ltd.), Ottawa: mach. bolts, 6, 600, $151. 90; single or double blocks, 43, $99.59; 
brass steam cocks, 50, $32; brass stop cocks, 5 in., 51 at $1 SO; heavy marine steam cocks, 
U in. ,12 at $14. 75, 2 in. ,12 at. $20; asbestos packedgauge cocks, i in., 25 at $10; brass swing 
check valves, 356, $753.75; brass globe valves, screwed, S17, $2,089.09; brass angle 
valves, 5 in., 101 at $1.25, i in., 50, $36.67; wrought iron couplings, 450, $25.90; steel 
brushes, 2 doz., $8.90; steel wire casting brushes, 5 doz. at $6.50; cup. catches, 20 doz. 
at $1.60; Victor valve discs, 540, $185.66; galv. wrought iron nipples, 1,700, $55.90: galv. 
iron beaded elbows, 1,104 lb., $120.10; knobs, 121- doz. at. $4.11; rim locks, 6 doz. at 
$2.40, 6 doz. at $11 .35; Yale rim dead locks, 2 doz. at $11 .88; chest locks, 4 doz. at $8.34; 
oakum, 6,250 lb. at 135c; pitch, 25 brls at $5.40; pulls, 44 doz., $33.72; Hancock loco, 
inspirators, 3, $178.20; button head rivets, 7,020 lb. at 5-lc; 300 galv. and 925 block 
dartunions, $581.51; sundry, $50.81; lessfreight, $5. 50 6.875 51 

Carried forward 42, 346 26 



MARINE AND l/sin /.•//>' DKI'Alil \ll l I \ n:\hlli in. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



O 'I') 



ship Channel, St. Lawrence Kiwr < 
(lit-nat ties navires <lu St-I.aurcn( 



Broughl fn 



Wiscrlltuwow < lontinucd Divi i S lite. 



Burroughs Welcome & Co., Montreal: tabloid eases, specially fitted, 5 al $20; medical sup- 
plies, $59 56... 

Campbell Steel and Iron Works (Ltd.), Ottawa: welded steel tubing, 30 in. outsidi dia , 
270 ft. a1 84 50. 

Canada Brush Co., (Ltd.), St. John: brushes, sash, 15doz., $21 10, varnish, 19ft doz., $167.07, 
• tove, 6 'I"/,.. $9 30. 

Canada Forge I '••.. Welland, steel shaft, 10,010 lb. a1 5Jc; less freight, S47 05 

Canada Metal Co., Toronto: porcelain enamelled Morris bath, ."> ft., 862 75; fittings, $2 65; 
less discount, 2' , S1.30 ........... 

C lanada Paint Co., Montreal: turpenl ine, 40-1 gal. at 70c; white lead, 5,000 lb. at 12|c; red 
lead, dry, 2,426 lb. al lOV.: oxide of iron, ■"> lb. at 4c.; yellow ochre in oil, 1,500 ll>. al 4c., 
TOO lb. al 31c; painl in nil, black, 700 II.. al 5c, green, Too lb. at 7c, India red, 700 lb. at 
4c, French vermilion, 350 ll>. a, njc, raw sienna, 500 lb. at 6c; less freight, $8 86 

Canada Steamship Lines (Ltd.), Sorel freight, $252 38; transportation of crew, $12 80 

Canada Wire & Cable C 



lb 



ii 48 



1311 lb 



brass v. ire spring, 11 11>. 



Mi 



iski 



Canadian Asbesl 

111 lb. at 65c; mill b., 42 x 48, 1,330 lb. at 4 

M.O.V.i lb. at SoSaton: less freight , S3 2N 
i I, a C. Electric* M'fg. Co., N 
( lanadian ( lonsolidated Rubber 

sleeves, 39 x 27; in., 3 a1 • 

$55; red sheet packing, ! in 

hose, wire wound, , in., 250 it 



. 47; 11.. at 75c, 48j lb. al 55c; graphite, 
oakum, 1,250 lb. at 13c; mineral wool, 



Jersey: welding wire, 400 lb. at 8c; sundry, $22 

.. Montreal: rubber 1 ts, 87 pr., $342 26; rubl ei dredge 

l; flexible rubber joint packing suction pipes, 2 at $60 lal 
34 lb. at 43c, | in ,'.. in, 1.2m; lb. al ::4c; pneumatic tool 

it. 22 :,2r. ; less discount, 2%, 

Canadian Cork Cutting Co., Montreal: ship's fenders, 20 x 14, 24 at $5 75; jar corks, 700, 



$2.16. 



Ca 

1 

( 'ana 



Canadian Drawn St. el Co., Hamilton, cold rolled flat steel, 1 in x 1 ;. in., 527 lb. at 10 tie 

( 'anadian Economic Lubricant Co., Montreal: visco. cup grease, 4,860 lb. at 4Jc, 1,118 lb. 
at 6c; washing compound, 600 lb. at 10c; economic water oil, 53 gal. at SI 

Canadian Express Co., charges 

Canadian Fait banks Morse ( lo., Montreal- solid brass discs, 1 in, 50, $13 68, 1', in., 50, $20.52; 
brass throttle valves, I { in., 6 at $8 80, 1 1 in., 6 at $10 40; polished brass hand rail stan- 
chions, 5 in high, a in hole, 1 doz., S22; load chains, 3, 75 ft., $18; sprocki t steeri 1 h H h 
controls, 17 in. wheel, $25; bronze propeller, 16 x 231 in., $14 20; galv. iron galT jaw with 
socket for 10 in. dia., $21; marine engine, 2 cylinder, 2 cycle, jump spark, 12 h.p., $350; 
combination tube- cleaners, 60, $68 12; pipe wrenches, 5, $13 12; sundry, $43 20; less 

freight, $2 30 ... " 

iiadian Feather & Mattress Co., Ottawa hair mattresses, 24 lb., 2 at $9 25, 22 lb., 1, $8; 
mattress covers, 12, $20 48; feather pillows, 14, $10 10; less freight, 80c . 

lose Co., Montreal: hand chemical lire extinguishers, 6 at $10 7.".; single 
jai In cotton rubber lined fire hose, with couplings, 2\ in., 500 ft. al 63c 

Canadian General Electric Co.: armature, $90; engine, ."1 x 6 in., Robb, Armstroi 

cylinder, vertical, 150 lb. pressure, complete, and extended base on which is mounted gene- 
rator complete with field rheostat. $745; sewing machine motor, 821 50; Sunbeam round 

frosted mazda lamps, 25 watt, 100, $42 66; wall sockets, 144, $51 84; tell tale I I, 

4 lights, $55 15; sundry, $72 47, less freight, $2 II) 

Canadian General Fire Extinguisher Co., Montreal: casl iron flanges, 100, $43 71; elbows & 
crosses, $10 40; less freight, $1 10 

Canadian II. W. Johns-Manville Co., Toronto: sheet packing, 423| lb. at 90c; sundry, $3.10 

Canadian Import Co., Quebec: stove eoal, bagged and delivered at $7 90 or SS 40 a ton, 
-27s 98; bag.. 26 at 10c. .». 

Canadian Ingersoll Rand Co., Montreal: barrel, No. 0, for chipping hammer, $22.20; pistons, 
12 at. SI 88, 12 at $3.44; valves, 20, $77.13; drill parts, $71 72., , 

Canadian (lilt lompanies, Toronto, white lead, 3,000 lb. at 11 -9c 

Canadian Shovel & Tool Co., Hamilton: polished shovels, 8 doz., 863 52; overpaid Si 

Canadian Steel Foundries, Montreal: managnese dredge pins or bushes, 2,733 lb. at 12c; 
bucket teeth, 11,638 lb. at 1 i ', 1 ■ . . coil springs. 6 at S2 50: les.-, freight, si :;7 

Canadian Tube and Iron Co., Montreal: machine bolls. 0.350, $300 07; ear bolts. 1, 100, $04.7!); 
blank nuts, 2,700 lb., $176.35; semi finished topped hex nuts, 200, $7.15; wire nails. 4,51)0 
lb. at 3'.e., extra. $5 15; wire moulding nails. 400 lb. at 3'e extra, si 60; iron at 2-81c to 
I 34c. a lb., $814 40; black pipe, 2,582 ft . SI 12 70; galv. plates, 6,340 lb. at. 4c; boiler 
rivets, 12.000 1!,. at 5-99c, 2,000 lb. at 5 89c; cartage, $11 25; freight, $9 37; less 2% 
discount, S33 34 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co., Hamilton: lamps. 16 cp., 1,000 a) 12c, 10 or 25 c. p., 1,250 at 
20c, 60 cp., 150 at 28c 



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8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River— Continued. 
Chenal des navires du St-Lawent— Suite. 



Brought forward .............. 56,833 43 

Miscellaneous — Continued -zDivers — Suite 

Canadian Vickers, Montreal: repairs to Dredge No. 2. $3.50; docking, $300; lav davs. 3 at 

$80; cartage, $2 12 ... 892 12 

Canadian Western Lumber Co.. Fraser Mills, B.C.: fir at $43 to $46.60 per M, $3,456.62; less 

freight, $1,810 18 1,646 44 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., Hamilton: shunt field coils, 4, $128; armature coils, 50, $50 178 00 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.. Montreal: brass drawer locks. 10 doz. at $5 25: brass cup hooks, 

9 gross, $27-90; carvers, 2 doz. pr. at $13.20; cast brass grommets, 6 gross at $2.45; iron 
screw clamps. H doz.. $14 90; hammers, 2 doz. at $4 75; soapstone pencils, 4 gross at 
$2.70; cross cut saws, 12, 60 ft. at 27c; ice saws, 24, 132 ft. at 51c; ice saw- handles, 24 at 
95c; readv roofing. 2 plv, 25 rolls at $1 .05; Stillson pipe wrenches, 6 doz., $97.75; sundrv, 

$32 01; less freight. 50c . .. . 418 48 

Chadburn's Ship Telegraph Co., Liverpool , patent reply engine telegraph, 1 set 352 83 

Chandonnet, J. A., Deschaillons. disbursements: painting semaphore and station, $75; repairs, 

$32.60. 107 60 

Chaput. L. Sons & Co.. Montreal: Sultana stove polish, 12 doz. at 80c: telegraph matches, 

10 gross cases, 10 at $5.80; parlour matches, i gross cases. 12 at $5 20; Bon Ami soap, 
48doz.at$l 20, 24 doz. at $1 25; washing soda, 501b. bags, 80 at S5c; less freight. $1 .52. . 284 08 

Clarke, Chapman it Co.. Gateshead-upon-Tyne, steam winch 411 62 

Cleghorn & Beattie. Ottawa: Brussels carpets, 5, sewed, lined and laid, 100 yd. at $1 75; 
Wilton carpets, 2. sewed, lined and laid, 58 yd. at $2; cork carpet, laid, 20 sq. yd. at $1.50; 
dining chairs. 6 at $9; arm dining chairs. 2 at {12; oak chair.-, 2 at $7.75; rattan desk chairs, 
li at $8: rattan lounge chairs. I! at $14: wool dama-k curtains, 18pr.at $2.85, 3 pr. at $2.50; satin 

cloth curtains, 7 pr. at $2 20: cocoa mat.-. 14 a* $2. kbath mats, 24x48, 3 at $1 25: Wilton 

mat, 27 x 54, $4 50; inlaid linoleum, laid, 17 sq. yd. at <1 511; perforated rubber mat, $10; 
corrugated rubber treads with heavy brass nosings. 9, $16 50; settees, 7, $314 1.022 95 

Collector of Customs, duties 761 66 

Collingwood Shipbuilding Co., Collingwood: cc. scuttles taken off buoyancy spaces on Hopper 
Barge No. 2, $4 69; balance of contract for construction of Hopper Barge Xo. 2, as detailed 
on page O 140 of 1915-1916, $500; less amounts paid in connection with ships' model, $45.35 . 459 34 

Consolidated Oil Co., Montreal: royal vegetable steam boiler compound, 1,501 lb. at 15c. . . . 225 15 

Consumers Cordage Co., Montreal: manilla rope, 47,782 lb. at 2107c, 173 lb. at 21 -56c, 
4 in. cir. 370 ft., 207 lb. at 25'.c; Italian halyards, 57 lb. at 31-36c. 238', lb. at 37c; tarred 
hemp, 1.114 lb. at 3Uc; marline, 211 lb. at 2S'.c; flax packing, 753J lb. at 2719c; twine. 
981b. at 41c; less freight, $8 79, less discount, 2' , , $11 73 . 10.899 47 

Crucible Steel Co. of America, Pittsburgh, annealed tool steel at 10c, lite or 12c alb. 352 03 

Dalton. W. B. & Sons, Kingston: Snell's ship augers, with screws, 75, $65.18; single bit 
"Geneva" Michigan axes, about 3| lb., 5 doz. at $s 75; hickory axe handles, 30 in., 30 
doz. at $1 80; emery cloth. 2', reams at SIS; single wire rope tackle blork. 3 at $9; butcher 
kni\-es. 4 doz., $33 42; butchei steels, 1 doz., $12.97; hand saws, 1 doz., $15 32; blued cut 
tacks, 10 oz.. 25 doz. papers at 53c, 12 oz., 30 doz. papers at 62c; Stillson pipe wrenches, 
17. $12 58; Westcott wrenches. 14 r 7 „ doz.. $120 73; sundrv hardware, $32 02; less freight, 
35c. ......... ' 493 47 

Daneau.E.. Sorel: laundry work from September 29, 1915 to March 15, 1917 1.939 60 

Darling Bros., Montreal, vertical duplex steam pump, 6 x 4 x (i, $216; less freight, $1 87 214 13 

Date, John, Montreal: best, rubber cloth dix-ing dress, $55; diver's rubber mittens, 2 pr. at $7; 

repairs and material. $12 25 81 25 

Davidson, Thos. Mfg. Co., Montreal: wash bowls, 4 doz., $14 90; oil cans, 5 gal., 20 doz. at 
$5.50; cuspidors, 7g doz. at $3 25; elbows, 7-in., 120 at 12c; table knives, 11 doz. at $1; 
Duff galv. pails, 50 doz. at $4; pots, S doz., $92 50; pans, 6 doz., $36 33; spring valve 
oilers, 3 doz., $15; table spoons, 4| gross at $4: pump valves and bolts, 4 in., 3 doz. at $8.55; 

sundry, $97 81; less freight, $6 22; less discount, 2%, $6.10 .'. 645 23 

Davie, George T. & Sons, Levis: Dredge No. 8 lyingon Gridiron, 9 d. at S75 675 00 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co.. Levis: repairs to dredges, Xo. 8, $1,083.75, Xo. 9, 

$5S7 84 1.67r 59 

Dawson & Co., Montreal, electric ware. $94 37: less freight, $1.05 .... 93 32 

Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works, Indianapolis: vertical single style double acting piston 
type brass fitted simple steam puinps, boiler feed, 55 x 33 x 7, two, $280; lubricators, 

\ pint, 2, $7; spare valves, 1 set, $3 290 00 

Decelle, J. E. Dr., Sorel, professional services and medicine 139 25 

Dominion Coal Co., Montreal, run of mine coal at $5 25 or $5 50 a gross ton 134 16 

Dominion Express Co., charges on two cars of machinery and pumps from Sorel to St. John, 

$772.80; sundry charges, $66.90 . 839 70 

Dominion Glass Co., Montreal: lamp chimneys at 45c, 55c, 60c, 80 or 80fc. a doz., 

$82 21; less discount. l<~ r . S2c . 8139 

Dominion Metal Weather Strip Co., Montreal: weather strip at 9c or lie a ft., $120; less 

freight, 55c ........... ... 119 45 

Dominion Oil Cloth Co., Montreal: linoleum, 301 vd. at 43c; table oil cloth, 203 yd. at 25c ... 180 18 



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Brought forward 

Miscellaneous Continued Divers Suite 

Dominion Wire Rope <'..., Montreal: wire hoist i ■, 13,520 ft , $4,744 34; turnbucklcs, 7 

doz., $54 II.".. galv. turn] kles, 8 doz . $126 '.hi. cast steel sockets, I' in 12 at 84 10; 

shackles. IT. - .. St;:: 25; I. $2 mi. reel . m. $44; less freight, $5 15; less discount, 2' , . $101 80 

less shcit paid, mi. . less reels returned, $3 50 4.977 89 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Montreal: anchors at 61c oi 8|c , $98 40; Canada plates 18 x 24 x 
52. 8 boxes .-it $5 .Mi. chain, | in., 1,031 II. al 53c; Lord Kelvin standard eompassc 
10 in card with accessories, 2 at $159 98; spare standard compass cards, 2 at $14 79; spare 

liquid compass cards, I at $8 55; copper rod, 28 lb. at 52c . ieamless co r tube, 63 lb. at 

57c.; half oval in.tt bars, 8, 630 lb. at 6Jc . galx sheet i al 5c , 6Jc,7fc oi 7}c, $1,902 96; 

marine glue, 1,000 II.. tit 9Sc : teak pillai binnacles complete with accessories, in in., I at 

S4!i 38; Morrison corrugated steel turni s for marine I... Hits. 7 ft., 2[ in, \ 30 in. \ ,-', in., 

2 tit Ktlll; Duckarn's patent suspended hydrostatic weighing machine capable of weighing 
til. I,. 120 gross tons, $1,275; pitch, 1,8251b tit :; 9c; pitch oil, 5 gal. at $1 25 ; gal v . stretch- 
ing screws for wire rigging, 96, $606; polished sheet steel, 88 lb. at 7c; steel bars, 908 lb. 
tit -I 35c; machine steel, 2,458 lb. tit 3 595c; annealed bar steel, 95 lb . $12 20; cold rolled 
steel, 2,1551b. at 6c; steel plates, 97, 341 lb $5,633 81; special delivery, $50 seamless 
drawn plain brass condenser tubes, 3,248 lb , $1,441 64; charcoal iron boiler tubes, 600 ft . 

at :i7c; Lloyd's test and inspection of boiler tubes, sis, charcoal iron stay tubes, 270 
ft. at 72c; lap welded tubes, 7,235 ft . $3,701 39, extra for swelling, $13 60; galv. screwed 
shackles at 21}c. or 21fc..S332 11; man hole door, 130 lb., $15 75; insurance, $7; packing 
cases, 14. $39 11; less freight, $428 Is 17, 143 til 

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods Co., Toronto: firehose, 2f in., 500 ft. at 65c; unlined linen fire 
hose, I) in. at 17-9c, 18-23c, or 20-7caft., $450.36,2! in at25-3c, 25-88cor28-8c aft., 
$583.40; rubbei back piston packing, 11,", at 35c; rubbei dredge sleeves, 39 x :!?'. \ [0 ply, 3 
at $86.50; rubber pump valves, 216, $74 38; less freight, $3 67; less discount, 27c, $33 83 1,669 68 

Durkee, C. 1). & Co., New York: liquid compass, 4-in., $21.50; galv. iron sprocket steerers, 2 
at $9; brass marine lights, 16, $41 70; galv. win. Mass, $12 75; gasolene tanks, 6 gal., 2 tit 
$16.80; sundry, $23 ill 151 46 

Kcnnomic and Heat ing ( '<>., Sorel, cast ings at 2fc, 3c, 3£c. or 4c a lb 7,007 94 

Electrical Equipment Co., Montreal: condulete bodies, 36, $19 22; attachment plugs, Hi" 
at 13Jc; weatherproof sockets at II'' or 12'..- , $:;:! 84; rubber covered wire I. .".(It) ft., 
$24 51; sundry, $35 70 .. 126 52 

Fagnan, J. O., Sorel: nails, :i in. or 4 in.. ."> kegs at $4; oakum, 650 lb. at 9c; padlocks, 32, $14 30 
oatmeal, '.HI II.. bags, I at $3 50; tubular lanterns, 10 tit 60c; yellow paint, 400 II.. tit 6c, 
ultramarine blue paint, 400 lb. at 10c;netting wire,50yd., 3rollsat $6 75; sundry, $329 56 i32 01 

Falardeau, .1. B. A . Sorel: red braid, 6 reels at $2; tapestrj carpet, 21 vd. tit si ; damask, 
at 60c. .if 75c a yd., $13.18; duck at 25c , 35c. ..t ::7,' . Si;:. ::n, table linen, 1(1(1 vd. tit 45c; 
cocoa mats, 6 at 15c, 5 doz at si 50 oil cloth, 172£ vd. at 15c. 1371 vd. at 50c, 10| yd 
ttt 60c, 511 yd. al SI 55; print, (.'.is; yd at 10c . 500 yd at lb 500 vd at 12c; rugs, 6 al 
45c, 8 at $1, 1, $2.25; pullman rugs, 3 at $5; hand towels, 40 doz at SI 50; sundrj $54 01 738 06 

Forman, John & Suns, Montreal: inner globes, 'J7 1 , doz at $3 sockets, 200, $45 50 sundrj 

$38 63 165 88 

Forneret, V. W., Ottawa: travel and disbursements 730 .'.. 

Frothingham & Workman, Monti,:, I brass hat and coat I ks, 9 doz. at $6; brass silent 

cabin hooks, 6 doz. at $17; bra car loci , 6 doz. at $6; stops for brass car locks, 12 doz 
at 70c; drawer pulls, 30 doz., $233 55; wardrobe handles, 6 doz., $52 Ml; brasses, utchcons. 
ti do/., tit 95c, 12 doz. al SI 40; brass grommets, 24 gross, SS3 S5. brass cm-bin tin. I mortise 
loeks, 6 doz al $2i 50; cupboard catches, 16 doz. tit 50c; sash lifts, 12 doz. at $3 40; 

dia ml sash fasteners, 9-fi doz. at SI 50; brass projection hinges, 4 in., 12 doz. at $24; 

brass roundhead machine screws, 18 gross, $46.10; gavl. padlocks, 3 doz. at $5 65;galv. iron 

skylight quadrants, 20 in., 3 doz. tit $36; single bit axes, 5 doz. at $8; sledge handles, 

45 doz. $76 15;peavies, No. 1 \ 5, 5,1,,/ at $14 65; self wringing mops, 2 doz. at $3; flat head 

bright screws, 202 gross, $48 06; blued cut tacks, 81 doz . $49 70; countersunk clout nails, 

2i in.. 400 lb. at 8c, 3 or 4 in.. 4(1(1 lb. tit 7-65c; soap stone pencils, 8 gross at s - 

for Stillson wrenches. 1(15. S72 S3; graphite Id tins at Si 80; sundry, S77 39; less freight, 

llllr : less discount at 2' , . stir 1,852 17 

Gagne, J. B. & Sons. Sorel: Inn . 1-609 tons at $21 50; middlings al SI 50 to $2 a bag $119 

wheat, 9 bags, $21; oats at 54',.- . 7'.i'.c or mi, .-. bush $828 03; lassine, 3 bags at $2 60; 

smith coal. 101-7 tons at $5 78; stovi al, 15 tons at $8 20, m tons tit $8 70; bags, 1 hod 

at 5c 2 168 76 

Garlock Packing Co., Hamilton: packing at 31c . 70c . sic or 90c . $615 tl less discount at 

2' , $3 so 611 64 

Garth Co., Montreal, elbows an. 1 tees at 12c, 20c . 19c oi 28c ti II... S4)_- 45 less freight, 

$8 42 434 03 

Gas Accumulator Co., (Canada), Ottawa accumulators, complete with valves, 1 1 and 

key and fully charged, AW 300, 12 tit $632 50; lanterns complete with single flashers 
and fitted with ('.-in. burner. 6 tit $384; special manifolds with standard valves 11 at $11; 
pecial joints with cap screws anil nuts. 22 at $12. 10; threaded tubing, 77 ft. at 33c : in Ling, 
21 lengths, $91 20; sundry, $62 04 I" 159 85 

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Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River— Continued. S cts. 

(henal des navires du St-I.aurent — Suite 

Brought forward 131,513 89 

Miscellaneous — Continued — Divers — Suite. 

Gault Bros. Co., Montreal: Brussels carpets, (5) , 10U yd. at $1.25, 126J yds. at $1.35; linen, 100} 

yd. at 25c.; turkey red, 180 yd. at 135c.; sundry, $27.63; less freight, 73c. . - 373 60 

Gauthier, Alexis, Sorel: pine, 12,681 lin. ft. at 15c; white pine planks at $34.50 or $35.50 per 
M, b.m., SI. 803 65; elm, 3,515-54 cu. ft. at44'c; cross pieces, 356 lin. ft. at 4c; less freight 
and switching, $112.61 5.17185 

General Supply Co. of Canada, Ottawa: machine bolts, 856, $25.99; gauge cocks, \-'m., 12 
at 70c; bushings, 355, $13.46; galv. elbows, 100, $33.43; galv. nipples, S00, $52 95; black 
nipples, 2.4S0. 867.77; brass nipples, 325, $31.95; heavy brass whistle valves, 2-in., 6, 
$34.80; 2-in., flanged reducing pressure valve to reduce from 180 to 90 lb., $39.60; safe 
guard auto water gauges, f-in., 12 at $4; f-in., 12 at $5.10; packing at 45c, 80c. or 90c, 
$789.10; sundrv, $-13 92; less freight, $7. 13; less discount, 2%, 70c 1,242 74 

General Trading Co., Montreal, disinfectant, 50 gal. at $2.25 112 50 

Gillett, E. W., Toronto, perfumed lye, 50 cases at $3.75 187 50. 

Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada, premium on bonds 150 00 

Goldsmiths' Stock Co. of Canada, Toronto: Seth Thomas lever marine clocks, 8 days, 6-in. 

'dial, 8 at $7, 5 at $7.75 94 75 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Montreal: round wire winding hose, 750 ft., $17.10; steam hose, 
750 ft., $512.91; pneumatic tool hose, round wire winding, 500 ft., $92.34; Nero corrugated 
hose, 945 ft.. $129.27; rubber dredge sleeves (3), 770 lbs., $263; square rubber backpacking, 
93 lb. at 405c; less 2'~ c discount, $17.77 1,034 52 

Grant, Holden, Graham Co., Ottawa, Mack pea jackets, 1/j doz. at $50.40 79 80 

( Ireat North Western Telegraph Co., messages 240 15 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Hamilton: crucible cast steel rope, U-in, 4,000 ft., $1,500, 1 i-in, 4,500 ft. 
$1,854; galv. crucible steel rope, J-in., 1,000 ft., $56.50, f-in., 2,000 ft., $185.60; reels, 8, $54; 
less discount, 2'o, $73 3,577 10 

Grcenshields' Limited, Montreal: white wool blankets, 60 x 80, 6 pr. at $5; White cotton, 
382J yd. at 8Jc; circular pillow cotton, 995 yd. at 21ic; white cotton shirting, 200 yd. 
at lOic; tabling, 935 yd. at 37*c; turkev red, 201 yd. at 16'.c: ticking, 3405 yd. at 265c; 
towelling, 56J yd. at 135c, 50~0 yd. at 12',c; white quilts, 12 at $1.75; sundry, $25.60; 
less discount, 3 or 4%, $13.47 368 09 

Grilles Brevetees Co., Sorel: patent grate bars, 1,776 lb. at 3c; castings at 31c $3,057.93. . 3,111 21 

Guevremont, J. B., Sorel, pressed hay, 285 tons at $11.95. 340 58 

Gurney Massey Co., Montreal: Roval Ox stoves, 2, $57.87; fire bricks, 3971b. at 7c; stove 

parts, $14.04; less discount, 2%, $1.16 98 54 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Toronto: brass mill pipes, 12 at $1.35; packing, 33| lb. at $1. 
61-| lb. at 50c; rubber sheet packing, 1,4065 lb. at 155c; steam hose, wire wound, 1-in x 
6 ply, 250 ft. at .SOjc, 500 ft. at 64- 16c; pneumatic tool hose, f-in., 250 ft. at 22- 77c; dredge 
sleeves, 3 at $S6.50; valves, 70 lb., $43.93; less freight, 19c; less discount, 2%, $18.08.. 1,163 48 

Hand, T. W. Firework Co., Hamilton, two minute red lights with striking attachment for 

lighting, packed 1 doz. in tin containers, 50 doz. at $5 250 00 

Harland, Wm. & Son, Toronto: orange shellac, 50 gal. at $1.65; rubbing varnish, 50 gal. at $1.60, 

50 gal. at $1.55; less discount at 5%, $12 228 00 

Holden Co., Montreal: drill parts, $475.06; drill cylinders, 6 at $5.50; rubber gaskets, 1,900 at. 
8c; hose couplers, 720 at 55c, 288 at 625c; spring clips, rivet set, 144 at 20c; sand blast 
tips, 300 at 25c; valves, 15 at $6; war tax, $55.80; duty, $48.26; postage, 76c; less freight, 
70c 1 . 533 98 

Horwood Glass Mfg. Co., Ottawa: plate glass, 155 x 215, 10, $11; plate glass mirrors with oak 

frames and wall board backs, 15 x 10, 48 at $1 ; less freight, $1.40 57 60 

Imperial Laundry, Quebec, laundry work 78 99 

Imperial Oil Co.: paraffine candles, 4S0 lb. at 7-85c, 4S0 lb. at 7-8c: gasoline at 285c, 29c, 
30c. or 3Uc, $401.15; Rovalite oil, 10,690 gal. at ll}c, 520 gal. at 16k'.; polarine oil, 925 gal. 
at 515c; sundrv, $7.48 1.819 82 

Imperial Steel & Wire Co.. Gollingwood: wire nails at $3.75 to $4.15 a keg, $163.35; moulding 

nails at $4.40, $4.55 or $4.65 a keg, $49.50; less freight, $9.07 203 78 

Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Toronto: spar varnish, 50 gal. at $1.80; rubbing varnish, 

25 gal. at $1.50; less discount at 2%, $1.80 125 70 

Independent Cordage Co., Toronto: manilla rope, 26,333 lb. at 2Uc. 5,430 lb. at 2107c; 
heaving line, -rVin-. 393 lb. at 26\c; Italian halyard, T ' 5 -in., 62 lb. at 32c; less discount, 
2%, $115.70. . . .■ 6,813 98 

Inglis, John Co., Toronto: fore and aft compound surface condensing engine, 10-in and 20-in. 

diameter, both 12-in. stroke 4,475 00 

Inland Revenue Dept., Ottawa: methvlated spirits, 78-69 gal. at 85c; barrels, 2 at $4; less 

10 brl. returned, $3.75 71 14. . 

International Marin.- Signal Co., Ottawa: buov heads, 30,680 lb. at 2Jc; tubes, 75,525 lb. 

at 3c - 3, 032 74 

International Time Recording Co. of Canada, Montreal: daily slips, $98; repairs, $1.25 99 25 

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Jack, Watson <S I 'o., Montreal wrought iron block with tiff swivi I hook i duubli 
;l sal 58 :teel snati h blot k .. drop link, 18 13.02 clan ;L ,5,4901ba al I I. 
sheets at 5c.5-17c or 5-34c, $237.31 rolled iro plate , 561 lbs. al 19c.; less frcigl 
less shorl paid on sine plates, $1 

Jackson, W. S. & L. Lacouture, disbursi i postag' S140 travel of \\ S.Jackson, 

S103 20; travel of oflicials, si...s ii.;. undij , 812 

lai i, rt. C. & Co., Montreal aluminum paint , 120 pints al 85.25 n gal; drop Mark, .'>n 

lb. at 15c. 50 lb. at 14c; French vermilion in oil, 100 lb. at 60c; Indian red in oil, iOO 

lb. tit 4'.. ■.; lamp Mark. 200 lb. at 9. , grey paint. 751 gal. at 81 35; white lead, 5,000 lb 

at 9-45c; pure white lead, 5,000 11. at 14- 15c; orange shellac gum, 100 lb. tit 10c; extra 

yellow ochre, 500 lb. al 3c . yellow oi lire in oil, 500 lb at 55c.; raw linseed oil, 

al 69c; paitft and varnish remover, 50 gal al 81.45; turpentine, 125 gal. tit "0 

freight, ss it",; 1,- - discount al 2' , . $53.56 2,941 53 

Janliiir, Samuel. T lit.., linseed oil - ill soap, -MIS'' lb. at 9c 188 HI 

Jenkins Bros., Montreal discs, 3.299, $224.39 gah Hanged valves, l-in., 12, $91.20, I 

12 $100.32, 2S-in 12, $152.25, 3-in., 20, $201.61 I. d mi 1%, $3.87 (65 96 

Jones, 1-'. D. Mfg.' Co., Cananoque: sockets, N'o. I, block, 8 al $9.50; riv. i I al 

sill. 7(1 " 97 in 

Kelly, W. F. Oil Co., Kingston, neats foot oil at 85i ... a gs 9135 

Kennedy, Sir John, balance in full for services performed in 1906 h>i inspection and plans for 

building two dredges tit Sore! 5,000 00 

[.Air Liquide Society, Montreal: oxygen regulator, $30; acet vlene rcgulatoi . $30; oxyguctter, 
i.& B combined", $65; acetylene, 1,800 cu it at _".. oxygen, 750 cu. tt. at 2c, 750 cu fl 
at 3c; ptra.nl. complete, $55; armoured tubing, 50 ft. al 50c; rental ol cylinder 
mild steel, ',, 200 lb. tit 10c; sundn ,$30.4^ 

Labclle, Cyrille & Co., Three Rivers: oakum, 600 lb. al lie . sundrj ,811 27 

Lafieche, Alphonse, travelling expenses 

Lariviere, Hervey, Sorel, tallow, 1,040 lb. al ll. 

Larochelle, Dr. A. 1!., Sorel, professional erviees rendered tred employees, December 

16, 1914 to December 13, 1916 

Latraverse, Nap.. Sorel: white pine logs, al I3t ... 14 . . ■ ; : i . -'.''-■ 1". inai-hinery steel 
shafts, etc., al 25c . $3,027.75 

Laughlin, Thos. Co., Portland, Me. oak closet, $16.50; polished port lights. 7 x 14, 10 al 
ill; sundry, $25.11; less freight, 71c 

I eckie, John, Toronto: sail .lurk. No. 1 . 24-in., 2135 yd at 47c, army duck, 12 oz., 
at 27e.: pino pitch, 2001b. brl . 15 at $4 50; polished oval port lights, 5 \ 10, 9 al 
galv. niw-lneks, 2',-in., 36 pr. at 34c; brass pulleys, 12 al $3; "Black Gyps\ "windlass, 
$10 20; sundrv. S52.S7; express. $2.88; less discount, J" . . $2 50 

I ... kiir.. .1 I. B., Sorel: stowing coal at 20c a ton. $146.60. stowing coal at 10c a ton. $3,389.91; 
unloading coal at 26c. a ton, $851.40 

I ei laire & Sons, Sorel: ( lanadian coke, I ton, $7, 5 tons at $1 I coal al $6.48 to $12 a ton, 
$2,326.64 oakat48fc or~69c a cu fl .$1,997.84; pine. 3,299 fl at 15c, 36 ft. at 1c sprue, 
poles, 300 at 24c; unloading coal al 10c, a ton, $39.74; bags, 16 at 5c 

Lefebvre, F., Sorel, legal services 

Leslie \. C. & Co., Montreal: rolled copper, 93 lb. at 40c; ingol tin, 345 lb. al 445c; /.in. 
plates, 1,023 lb. at l.ijc; freight, $1.03 

Lever Bros., Toronto, Gilt Edge soap, ion s . 25 boxes al $3 85 

Lewis Bros., Montreal: brass edge hinges, 216 pr., $136.80; brass shutter knobs. 6 doz. at 
$2.50; door knobs, l|-oz., $13.37; brass cupboard locks 2 '.-in. 6 doz. at $3.55; brass till 
locks, 6 doz. at $4.35; glue, 100 lb. at 30c : handled nail hammers, 2 doz. at $5.25; handled 
machine hammers, 4 doz. at ss 25; iia.ll.iek-, III doz. al $2.15; Yale rim night latches, 6 
doz. at $17.80; east brass conical point rolled rim grommets, 3 gross at $5.70; copper 

rl,,iit nails, 95 lb. at 78c; galv. routine nails, l-in., 300 lb. at 805c; high - id tapi I 

-hank twist drills, 31, $297.45; brass door sets with round knobs, 2 doz. at 829.S0. with 
oval knobs, 4 doz. at $32.85: round head machine screws, 17 gross, $30.34; flat head 
brass screws, 12 gross, $68 98; coal scoops, 8 doz. at $8.45; snow shovels, 5 doz. at $6.10; 

cast steel riveted si ps, Hi doz. at $11.70; emery wheels, 12 \ l 1 ., 4 at $3.93; sundrj 

$117 47; lessdiscount at 2' , . $13.66; lessfreight, 70c 

Lizotte, P. E., Sorel: duck, 25 yd. at 22c; overcoat s, 9 at $25; pea jackets, 3 at $15; reefei s, 11 
at $18; trousers, 16 pr. at $4; uniforms, 27 at $25 

McClary Mfg. Co., Montreal: cuspidors, s doz. at 84.111: pitchers, 2 doz. at ss : tea pots, 2 doz. 
at $5.95; sundry, $28.01; lessdiscount at 29, 

Met 'oil Bros. ,V- ('.... Montreal, heavy marine castor oil, 5,087 lb. at 12§c 

Mclntyre, D. A., director of shipyard at Selkirk, disbursements for labour on Bradbury fo 
April 1-6, 1916, at 25c, 40c or 45c an h 

McKinnon Chain Co., Buffalo, chain at .3 ■ 65c to 11 -9c, $189.10; less2' , 

McLaren, D. K., Montreal: cut lace, 65 lb., $73.13; double belting, 3-in., 150 ft. ,$120.04 

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O — 104 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-19X7 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship Channel, .St. Lawn-nee River— Continued. ■ $ cts. 

Chenal des navires <lu St-Laurent — Suite. 

Brought forward... 201,38104 

Miscellaneous — Continued — Divers — Suite. 

McLaren, J. C. Belting Co., Montreal: belt dressing, 30 lb. at 30c.; leather fillet, 1.200 ft.. 

$27.20; chrome leather, 112 lb. at .83.35; tanned lace. f-in.. 15 lb.. 816.88; less freight. 75c. . 427 53 

McLennan Lumber Co., Montreal, white oak, 2,013 ft. at 12c; less freight, 811.20 230 36 

MacNab, Robert, assistant naval constructor, travel 134 32 

Magnan, Duguesclin, Sorel Elm logs, 1 786-28 cu. ft. at 44'c; white pine, 8-in. dia. and up, 

14,0261. ft. at 15c; pine, l,529-65cu. ft. at 33c 3,403 57 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison Co., St. John: blankets, S pr. at $7.60, white blankets, 7 pr. 

at $3.95, grey blankets, 9 pr. at $2.35; damask cloths, 12 at $3.65; pillow cases, 3 doz., 

$9.75; towels at $2.20 to $3.30 a doz., $48.38: mattresses, 2 at $5.25; white quilts, 15 at $1; 

coloured quilts, 5 at $1.40; white sheets, 3 T > 2 uoz., $32.42; white sheeting, 200 yd. at 22|c; 

sundry. 87.35 329 05 

Marine Mfg. and Supply Co., New York: ship telegraph brass bell chain, 150 ft. at 36c; 

excess duty deducted, $3.22 • . . . 57 22 

Martin, Senour Co., Montreal: aluminium paint, 200 gal. at 64c; oxide of iron in oil, 221 gal. at 

55c; smokestack black, 215 gal. at 40c; puttv. 1,000 lb. at 2-3c, 500 lb. at 2-55c; sundry, 

$4.25; less freight, $2.88; less discount at 2';, 40c ......... 372 21 

Mathieu, A., Sorel, clocks repaired 124 15 

Metallurgic Enterprises Co., Sorel: brass, copper or gun metal eastings at 35c, 38c. or 40c., 

$6, 6S4. 56; iron castings at. 3ic,3Jc- or 4c, 82,864.30 9.54886 

Millen. John & Son, Montreal: anchor, 100 lb., 813; galv. proof chains, | in.. 179 lb. at 15c; 

ship's lights, 5, $33; rope fenders, 5 x 18, 8 at $2.50; sundry, 842.68; less allowance, 88 . . . 127 53 

Millette, Arthur, Sorel: hire of horse in March, 1916, 13 d. at $2.50; cleaning snow from fleet, 

2 men with 2 horses, 26 d. at $5 162 50 

Miramichi Foundry & Machine Works, Chatham, for Steamer Ostrea: tinned condenser tubes, 

567 lb. at 85c; machinist, 108 h. at 60c; sundry, $64.93 Ill 1 lis 

Mitchell, Robert Co., Montreal: automatic whistling buoys, 10 in.. 7 at $75; gauges. 12, $140.20; 

twin marine safety valves, set at 120 lb.. 21- in., 1 . $50, 3 in., set at 180 lb., 2 at $54; engraving 

bells. 3, $16.50; sundry, $51.10; less freight. 81.60 . 889 -'" 

Montreal Forge and Shackle Co.: anchors, 1,0401b. at 8 -9c, 193 lb. at 10c; chain and shackles, 

6,432 lb. at 6-35c, 3,702 lb. at 6-9c; less freight, $38.92 736 81 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners, sundry repairs to dredging fleet. 1,122 28 

Morey Flux & Chemical Co., Parkesburg: Swedish iron welding wire, 600 lb. al 12c; Swedish 

iron welding rods, 2001b. at lie 94 00 

Morris, I. P. Co. of Philadelphia, two shaft forgings, 1.1651b 150 00 

Morrison, James, Brass Mfg. Co., Toronto: brass marine cocks, | in., 25 at $2.20; iron cocks, 

Jin., 75 at 35c, 1 in., 50 at 45c; steam gauges, 6-1 in., 2501b., 6 at $4.35; inspirator, $17; oil 

pumps at $5.35, $5.80, $7.75 or 88.40, $2118. <J5; globe valves, 100, $101.95; long bell steam 

whistles, 5 x 18, 1, $23.50, 6 x 24, 3 at 840; syren steam whistles, mounted, etc., 4, $152; 

sundry, $7.68 850 93 

Morrow, John, Screw & Nut. Co., Ingersoll: galv. steel bolts with nuts and washers. 4,166, 

$2,308; patch bolts, 800, 8137.9S; drills, 383, $138.26; flat cap screws, 1,530, $121.86; hex. 

capscrews, 1,365, $65.15; lessfreight, $1.95 2.769 30 

Mot t Co., Montreal, water closet parts ....... 84 92 

Munder Tungsten Lamp Co., Guelph, Dalyte tungsten lamps, 200 at 27c 54 oil 

Mussens, Limited, Montreal: galv. w. r. clips, 950. $138.60; tinned sheet iron, 3021b. al 16|c 188 43 

Naval Service Dept.: services re construction of Fisheries Launch Thurlow (No. 68), $232.76; 

less material, $6.30, less travel, $14.10 212 36 

Nicholson File Co., Port Hope. 66 doz. files 155 83 

Northern Bolt & Screw Co., Owen Sound: carriage bolts, 3,500, $116.20, stove bolts, 2,300. 

$7.91; lessfreight, $2.88; less discount at 2%, $2.57 . . 118 66- 

Northern Electric Co., Montreal: batteries, 200, $57.50; reinforced lamp cord. 3.000 ft. at 3- 02c. 

red vulcanized fibre, 44 x 70 x j, 756 lb. at 46c; incandescent lamps, 32 cp., 100 at. 16c, 16 

c.p.. 1,000, 8124.50; outer ball globes for arc lamps, 24, $28; searchlight. $240; paper 

insulated telephone cable with lead sheath, 1,000 ft. at 13c; telephone sets, 4 at $11.15; 

sockets, 50 at 34c; tumbler switches, 74 at 22c; rubber covered-wire, 2,000 ft. at 1- 145c; 

copper wire, 602 lb., $274.89; black friction tape, 50 lb. at 27',.-.; adanac wire, 2,610 ft., 

$60.83; repairing 2 armature coils, $93.94; sundry, $143. 38 1,721 si 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., coal per gross ton f.o.b.:— Montreal at $4.28, $29,644.16. at $5.25, 

$52,057.68, at 810.50, 89,211.13; Sorel, at $5. .VI. $78,675.48, at $10.50, $S,S67.33: f.o.b. at 

Quebec, at $4.03, $10,002.46. at. $5.25, $31,898.88; f.o.b. at Three Rivers at 84.28, $997.24; 

loadingat 50ca ton, 8317.02; loading and trimming at 27Jc. $2,348.24; less freight, $2,778.30 221,241 32 
Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., Ottawa: 1 pr. 26 line Heath marine binoculars for Mr. Forneret, 

$26; engine room single face reply transmitter, with fittings, $130 156 00 

Ontario Lantern* Lamp Co., Hamilton: burners, 6 T r j gross, Sii'.Uill; less discount, 2%, $1.40. . . 68 20 

Ottawa Association for the Blind, brooms, 4 seams, wire band, 25 doz. at $5 125 00 

Ottawa Paint Works: smokestack black, 2 15* gal. at 37c; grey paint, 202 ', gal. at 90c; sundry, 

$2; less discount, 2%, $5.27 258 54 

Carried forward 447, 907 61. 



\lARl\l-: \\i> I'Isiikkiks nir\in\ii:\i:i:\n:\hini:i o 105 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence Kiwr ( ontinucd 
Cbenal des navlres <lu St-Lauren( Suit< 

Brought forward., 

Miscellaneous Continued Divers- Suite. 



Parmenter & Bullock Co., Gananoque, roundheaded steel rivets al 7-12c, 7 35i i 61 01 

7 83c. a Hi 199 32 

Patent Grates I )o., Sorel, castings at 3Jc.or4c. alb 988 89 

Paul, Joseph, St. Joseph de Sorel: ferriages, persons at 3c, carriages at 12c. or teams at 18c, 

8216 03; ferriages ,,l :ii) ( ;<>vi*rn nt officers and employee it $2.50 each foi easonof 1916 291 03 

Paul, Olivier, Sorel: elm, 1,517 32cu It at tl'.r . white pine, 9,224 1. ft at 15c 2,058 77 

Peck Rolling Mills, Montreal: iron at 2-8or2-7c a lb., S25.02; black ship spikes, at 3 85c. 3-9c. 
4 .■., nri;.-., $iss.3.-,; w. i. washer-. 77.ti II, . $34 S9; steel at 3-15c . 3Jc 01 3Jc , 8237 03; a ire 
nails, IS kegs. S65. 95; less freight, 30c, less discount at 2%, $6.74 544 20 

Peerless Leather Co., Kitchener leather, 103} yd. at 72Jc . less freight, 64c ... ... 74 40 

Perkins Electric Co., Montreal tungsten lamps, 25 or lit w., 1,250 at 205c; carbon lamps, 

16 cp., 1,000 at 12Jc . 381 25 

Pilkington Bros., Montreal: plate glass, 6,600 ft . 8412.80; mirror, 81 25; express, 45c; less 

discount, 2' , , 88.26 406 24 

Piper, Hiram I,. ( !6., Montreal: mast bead lights, li in., 12 tit 85.60, galv. ti at 86, copper, 8 in., 
I, $11.50, ti in., 1, SO, 4 at $9.35; copper side lights, 9 in., I pi.. 829, 7 in , 2 pr. at $24.50; 
anchor lights, ti in., 24 at $6; copper anchor lights, ti in., 2 at 89 85 coppei -tern lights, 
4 in., 2 at $6.30; brass bulkhead lamps, glass 3 -ides. 7 x 11, 12 at $5, 8 x 1-'. 24 at $5.50; 
polished brass bracket lamps, complete, 24 at 55 sundry, $22.45 

Poison Iron Works, Toronto: balance of contract for boilers of steamer Bradbury as detailed 
page ( 1 -128 of 1914-15, $431.25; machining and bushing stern hearings of Bradbury, 8114.05 

Pratt & Whitney Co., Dundas: taps, 3 J in dia , 2 at S20.50, 31 in. ilia., 2 tit $25.7)11; thread 
hand taps. 5*6 sets, 83S.0S: taper pipe taps, II, $5.75; carbon drills, 3, $11.70; drill parts, 
$31.64; bridge reamers. \\ in., 20 tit. $1.05, 16 at $1.25, ,",in.. 12 at $1.15; sleeves, (i doz., 
$65.97; express, 35c 

Prescott Emery Wheel Co., wheels 10, 882.51; cutters for dressers, 30 sets at 20c 

Prowse, George R., Range Co., Montreal; Standard range, 860; firebricks, 25 sets, $127.60; 
range parts, $9.60 

Pugsley, Dingman & I Jo . Toronto, < Jomfort soap. 125 cases at 83 85; less freight. $27.12 

Public Work- Dept., use of Levi, Dry Dock for dredge Beauj.u, June 22-211. 1916 

Pyke, James W. Co., Montreal, stay-bolt iron, 3,325 lb. at 3|c ..... 

Quebec, Montreal and Southern Ry. Co.' freight charges, $4,467.19; transportation of men, 
$29.11 ............. 

Ramsay, A. & Sun Co., Montreal: white enamel, 25 gal., tit $2.50; white lead, mixed, 250 gal., 
at -Sill); grey paint, 4 17 g il. at 6< •.; sin ikcUfk blick, 223 *al. at 54c; turpentine, 
2Ii; gal. tit 63c; less discount at 2< , . $15.87 

Raquer, Napoleon, Sorel, filling two icehouses containing approximately 400 tons ice 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co., freight charges 

Roberge, Camille, Sorel: oats, 360 bush, at 54Jc; wheat, 3 hag- at $2.75 

Roberge, I>: arm chairs, 12 at $2; Btools, 50 at 60c. 

Robertson, .lames Co., Montreal: grease cups, j in., 24. $34.56, 1 in., 24. $13.20; globe valve 
disc-, :;s4. SH7.32; rubber discs, 111. 89.72; galv. horizontal boiler with -team coil, $21.25; 
acme bowl, 2 x H, spud complete with X. P., Kennedy flushometer, white enamel, golden 
seat and cover, $27. "ill; m. i railing crosses tapped I in. vertically and \ in. horizontally 
with 450 side outlet tapped | in . 200 at 62c; in. i. deck flanges, f in., 200 at 42c ; flooi 
Hang.-. 150, $21.75; long gauge glasses, 276. $15.66; plain lubricators, 21 in., 24, $23.99; 
-heet lead, 2,060 lb. at lie.: brass evlinder pitch spout pumps. 3 in. dia., 11 in. suction, 12, 
$31 20; -hank glass body oil pump.-, ) in., I pt., 31 in. dia. x 4 in. high, 12, $78; oakum, 

500 lb. at 12c , - ial rosin, 965 lb . 834 99 brass gate valves, li in., 12 at $2.20, 2 in., 

12 at. $3; Leaded black teas, 5611 lb . 845 16 gah beaded tees, 98 II... $12 7.7. black 
Leaded , Ibows, 924 lb . -7- 96 be i led galv elbows, 7ui j lb , $93.16; w.i. nipples. | in. to 
6 in., 992. $27.03; sundry, 826 52; less fn ight, 81.20; less di-e,,uni at 2' ; . S21.U6 ...... 1.227 38 

Robertson, Thos. & < )o., Montreal Samson gre ise cups, 48, $47.16; plain oil cups, 47, 815 35 
"imp. bibbs, 70, $71.57; iron stopcocks, j in . 50 at 50|c : copper, 4(1 lb. tit 42-9c; w.i 
flanges, 200, S4S; ,-. i. floor flanges, drilled. 250, $18.53; lavatories, 39, $177. SO; enamel 
hopper, oak seat and automatie valve, $2(1.65; eloset tanks, complete. 8 at $5.60; lead traps, 
36, $39.96; rubber plugs, 13 doz., $16.41; black pipe. 171,0116-!-', ft., | to 21 in., $1,159.28; 
yah', pipe, ', to 2) in.. 4,16644 ft., $545.30: m. i. railing crosses tapped 1 in. vertically, 

I in. horizontally, 200 at 20-9c; galv. w. i. nipples. $21; brass spelter, 175 lb., 
-■ : 10; m. i. railway tees. 1 in.. 20(1 at 7-4e.; tube cleaners, 2', in., 12 at $1.10, 3 in., 12 at 
si :;:,. combination tube cleaners, 31 in., 6, $10.71, 2J in. to 3 J in., 03. SS3.70: black flanged 
unions, 3t. 12, $1S.90; galv. Hanged unions, 79. S19S.6H; .ludson glol.e valve.-, screwed, 

II in.. 12 at $9.65, 2 in.. 12 at $11.75; bras- gate valve-, 1 in., 12 at $1.69; bras- swing check 
valves. It in., 25 at $2.75. 2 in.. 25 at $4.05; sundry, $199.23; less freight. 70c, less discount 

at 2\\, S67.22 ' ~ 3,321 So 

Robinson, A. iv Co., Liverpool: supplies for engine r i telegraph of Lady oj the I. ih . ISO 06 

Roger. Robert & < '..-. Stockton on Tees, horizontal steam winch for No 60 525 60 

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O — 106 t' DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1016-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 19)8 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River— Ccmtinwl. % cts. 

Chenal des navlres du St-Laurent — Suite. 

Brought forward... 467,665 04 

Miscellaneous — Continued — Divers — Suite. 

Boy, Edward, Montreal: brass wood screws, 28 gross, S65.79; stove bolts, 2,800, S15.54; 

less discount at 2% 79 70 

Royal Polishes Co., Montreal, Royal paste metal polish, No. 11, 5 gross at $18 90 00 

Rutherford, Wm. & Sons Co., Montreal: covering pipes and boilers, agreement, $410; magnesia 

covering, 15 ft., $6.77; labour, 25-h. at 60c; board, So: less freight, S7.39 429 38 

Ryan, Mrs. Thomas, cartage 162 80 

St. Croix Soap Mfg. Co., St. Stephen, 'Surprise" soap, 25 boxes at S3.S5 96 25 

St. Joseph de Sorel Water Works, water supply from August 1, 1915, to January 24, 1917, at 40c. 

a M , gal 541 20 

St. Lawrence Engine Co.. Brockville, St. Lawrence Fay & Bowen, L 42, four cycle engine and 

equipment 760 00 

St. Lawrence Bridge Co., Montreal, oakum, 1,350 lb. at 9c 121 50 

Sadler & Haworth, Montreal: single leather belting, 2 in. to 4 in., 450 ft., S152.88; belt lacing, 

i in., 25 lb. at $1.25; oak sole leather, 113 lb. at 55c; less freight, 50c 245 78 

Salvail, Joseph, Sorel: ferriages, persons at 3c, carriages at 12c. or teams at 18c $220.74; 

ferriages of 30 Government officers and employees at S2.50 each for season of 1916 295 74 

Scythes & Co., Montreal: caulking cotton, 395 lb. at 16Jc, 400 lb. at 23fc; white waste, 

13.715 lb. at 10-8c; dark pine pitch, 30 brl. at $5; less freight, S27.70 1.763 70 

Shaw & Mason, Sydney, Colonial anti-friction metal, 1.035 lb. at 20c 207 00 

-<heet Metal Products Co., Toronto: flat top oil cans, 6 doz. at $2.22; c b. lanterns, 27J doz. 
at $6.50; ruby globes, 12 doz. at $2.35; patent s. pipe, 1,000 x 7, $98.19; taper pipe, 7-4, 
5 doz., $9; pails, 2 doz. at S7.49; sundry, $2.83; freight, $1.50; less discount at 2%, $2.71. . 344 06 

Sheppard, Harold H., Sorel, Buffalo gasolene engine, 6 cylinder, 4 cycle, 40-60, H.P 900 00 

Sheppard. James & Son, Sorel: fir at $43, $48, $50 or $55 per M. $674.33; cedar, at $70 or $80 per 
M, $431.89; oak at SS5, $100 or $120 per M, S715.7S; pine at S40, $43, $45, $48, $50, $60 or 
$65 per M, $2,339.11; pitch pine at $45 or $4S per M, $269.71; cypress, 583 ft. at $100; maple, 
570 ft. at $60; white spruce poles, 3,522 lin. ft. at 2J-c; cedar shingles, 4 M at $3.50; sundry, 

$4.94 4,630 31 

Sherry, J. P., Memramcook, door sets for O' Neil's patent boiler doors, 22 at S8. . 176 00 

Sherwin-Williams Co., Montreal: dry red lead, 1,128 lb. at 10-Sc; boiled linseed oil, 433£ gal. 
at 91jc, 417 gal. at 97*c; copper anti-fouling brown paint, half gal., 10 gal. at $2.40; turpen- 
tine at 65c a gal., $267.80; sundry, $4; less discount, 2%, $5.91 1,214 89 

Simonds Canada Saw Co., Montreal: saw files, 82 doz., $202.02; hack saws, 2 gross, $20.88; 
hard edge hack saws, 12| gr., $150.90; inserted point saws, 4, $27.80; Simonds points, 
1,000 at 3c, 100 at 2fc; hack saw frames, 1 doz., $14.70; silver solder, 6 oz. at $1.30; less 

freight, 25c less discount at 2%, $1.06 455 54 

Smart, James, Mfg. Co., Brockville: heavy strap hinges, 86 pr., $18.15; sledges, 396 lb. at 

9-56c; slide ironworker's vises, 6, $31.50; less freight, $2.79, less discount, 2%, 96c. ..... 83 75 

Smart, Turner Machine Co., Hamilton: independent jet condenser, 9 x 14 x 16. with fittings, 
$525; horizontal, duplex, packed piston brass pump, fitted, 8 x 6 x 12, $400; horizontal, 

combined air and circulating pump, fitted, 8 x 1\ x 7j x 12, $4S5. 1 , 410 00 

Sorel Abattoir, tallow at 8c, lie, or 12*c 246 70 

Sorel Electric Co., power for 1 year to Mar. 31 25,550 04 

Starr M'fg. Co., Dartmouth: machine bolts, 13,750, $469.29; lag screws, 925, $27.73; hex. head 

cap Screws, 900, $14.26; sundry, $10.80; less freight, $1.55; less discount at 2'/ , 55e 519 98 

• Steel Company of Canada, Montreal: machine bolts, 7,800, $168.15: iron at $2.27J or $2.60 per 
100 lb.. SI, 5S0. 09: galv m.n. 202 lb. at 6c; hex. blank nuts, 2,400 lb.. $223.60; square blank 
nuts. 500 lb., S37; w. i. black pipe, 4,031| ft., $437.41; w. i. galv. pipe, 1,669* ft., 8475.33; 
steel at 2-67J.-. or 3c. $316.37; coach screws, 2,200, $59.25; galv. f. h. wood screws, 3* x 30, 
10 gr., S69.3S; black iron ship spikes, at 4-32c. or 4 -36V., $693.90; washers, 6501b., $45.12; 
brass spring wire, 692 lb., $36.79; sundry, $33.13; less freight, $63.87; less discount at 2%, 

$44.08. ... 4,059 69 

Swedish Steel and Importing Co., Montreal, Sisco standard steel bars, i in., 733 lb. at lljc . 82 46 

Taylor, John & Co., Toronto: borax soap, 100 cases at $3.30, 25 cases at $3.85; castile soap, 

100 s., 2 cases at $4; toilet soap, 6f gr. at $7.20 482 25 

Thompson, B.&S. H., Montreal: castor oil at 14|c, to 19|c. alb., $2,712.47; cartage, $1 2,713 47 

Tibbits, A. R., inspector of Harbour Commissions, travel. 858 18 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., \ in. x 640-63 ft., 218 plates 284 31 

Trempe Bros., Sorel: cable, 1} in., 513 lb. at 20c; Sterling engine oil, 1,304* gal. at 33c 533 10 

Turner Brothers, Canada, Montreal, Lindsay type packing. 527* lb. at 90c: less 2% discount. 465 26 

Turner, J. J. & Sons, Peterborough: solid cork lifebuoys, 30 in., 150 at $3.50; International 

code, 6 x 4, 1 set, $57.37; sundry, $10 592 37 

Turner, J. Spencer, New York: duck, 12 oz., 1,030 yd. at 285c 7 oz., 529 yd. at 17fc; less 2i% 375 48 

Union Drawn Steel Co., Hamilton: round bar steel, 1,000 lb. at 6-6c; square bar steel, 357 lb. 

at 8fc; round rough steel, 20,384 lb. at 3- 9c; less freight, $4.40 887 82 

Vanasse, A. P., employment officer, disbursements: postage, $109; salvage of Chambly, 4 days 

at $25; travel of officials, $749.73, travel of self. $14.95; sundry outlay, $67.25 1,040 93 

Vandal, Calixte, St. Joseph de Sorel, pine trees, 4,945 lin. ft. at 15c 741 75 

Carried forward 521 , 107 33 



UARIXE {.XD FISHERIES hi r l It CM l\l . I \ /•/. \ hi ft /,•/. O 107 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ship Channel, si. Lawrence, River « ontinued 
(lii'iial des navires du St- Lauren I Suite. 

Brought forward 

W cellancous Continued Divers Suite. 

Verville, inselme, St. Francois du Lac: pine logs, 12,372 lin. ft. al 15c less freight and 

switching, $478.80 
Victoria Laundry and Dye Works, laundrywork .......... 160 97 

Wamboldt, L. K . Lunenburg, fog horns, 3 al $17 51 nil 

Webster* Sons, Montreal: Kirkw I firebricks, 5 M al $42.50; Scotch I 

$12.70, I" tons al $12; less freight, $42.50 

Webster, Smith & Co., Halifax: plate 7.85 undrj . 527.40 . 

Wiley, \ T. & Co., M eal: glass water bottles, 1 doz., $16; sundry, $39.80 55 80 

Williams & Wil on, Montreal: screw cutting die head, I in., $82.50; Richard I ludgeon universal 

hydraulic double pump iark, 70 tons, with equipment, $267; dies, 6 sets al $5 50, I el 

$4.50; tube expanders, 6, $26.30; Tabcr hand pump,, No. 002, 2 al $70; steel letters oi 

figures, 7 complete sets, $18.50; sundry, S3.20; less freight, 35c 
Wilson, James & Co., Montreal, oakum, 800 1b. at 8c. . 64 00 

Uili [Vis! Drill Co. of Canada, Walkerville: catbon taper shanks, 179, $180.91; Will carbon 

■VT. S. drills, 216, $86.47; sockets, 4 doz., $40.32; tapered bridge n 10 

Wisconsin Machinery and Mfg. Co., Milwaukee: rudder steered Wisconsin detachable row 

boal motors, '■','■ 11. P., equipped with reversible waterproof high tei etoi 

11.25 ..... 162 50 

Wolfe, A. Harry, Montreal: uniform cap,. 26 at $1.10; white duck cap covers, tu at 25c; 

tourmalines, 16 at 95c i5 30 

Wright, 10. T. & Co., Hamilton: side or marine lamps, 22j doz. at $6.50; lantern glo 

130 doz. at 5"k'.; lamp wick, 6 rolls at lac 220 4"> 

Accounts under, S50. Kill 

Services of lightkeepers on dredge beacons at 25c a day and supplies 1,291 7(i 

Services of semaphore and gauge keepers at 25c to $2.50 a day I 

Ground rent of beacon sites at SI, ?2 or SI a year . 50 00 

Public Printing and Stationery Dept., Ottawa' stationery, $1,257.38; printing, $1,425 17. 2,682 55 

Transfers to ship channel from, 

Dominion steainci Fmni, ?m< _'7I 19 

i lonstrucl i I light - 2,808 72 

Maintenance of lights, Montreal District 1,014 50 

Quebec 12,040 15 

P.E.I 52 117 

Parry Sound . 270 92 

New vessel to replace Maisonneuve 2,708 89 22,170 04 



Less: — Transfers from .-sine, Channel to:— 
I >redging plant: — 

Construction of No. 60, a steel tug for ( Ittawa River, 12,778 98 

Construction of No. 59, a twin screw steel tug 63,826 18 

Construction of No. BS, a self propelling coal barge 9,249 07 

Construction of Nos. 64-67, 4 steel dump scows 1,801 32 

( 'oust ruction of No. S7, a steamer for testing and sweeping 9,442 98 



Construction of lights. . 20,665 I- 

Dominion steamers 52,382 71 

New vessel to replace Maisonneuve 19,345 39 

Signal Service 195 88 

Maintenance of lights, Parry Sound 18 15 

Maintenance of lights, Quebec a4 75 

Maintenance of lights, Montreal District ... 1,355 29 

Less:— Refunds for sales . 5,300 87 

" labour, material, etc .. 85,305 ,, 

by Naval Dept. for travel of J. S. Ferguson, $10.13; L. A. 

Founder, $14.55.... 24 68 



WaU , Levels Investigations- Investigations sui le niveau des eaux. 

Haskell, E. E., Ithaca. X. Y.: services. 13 d. at Sal). 16 d. at $25; travel. • 1.270 90 
Matheson, A. J., engineer to Commissioners: services, I y. to Mar. 31, $3,000; travel and 

disbursements, $134.12 ....... . 1,134 12 

Bent, H. W., travel and disbursements 527 12 

Cailloux, Maxime, travel and disbursements I 16' 38 

Carried forward 6.505 82 



O — 108 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, V.Hii-1'jn 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River — ( Continued. $ cts. 
C'henal des navires du St-Laurent— Suite. 

Brought forward ' 6,505 82 

Water Levels Investigations — Concluded— Investigations sur le niveau des eaux — Fin. 

Glutton. A., assistant engineer: services. 1 v. to Mar. 31, $1,800; travel and disbursements, 

$245.65 2.045 65 

Hannington, C. J., assistant engineer: services, April-Dec, 9 m. at $100 900 00 

Lee, A. R., assistant engineer services, to Mar. 31 at $75 per m 895 08 

Rogers, R. A., assistant engineer to Mar. 31 at $1,500 per an.: less military pay at $2 a day. 

$774 645 90 

Seath, J. M., assistant engineer, 1 y. to Mar. 31, $1,500; travel and disbursements, $392.89 . 1,892 89 

Soubliere, W. C, assistant engineer, services, 1 y. to Mar. 31 1,500 00 

Stewart, W. J., commissioner, travel 187 85 

Office assistants at $80 perm.: C. T. Allen, $14.29: L. Crevier, $578.67; A. E. Herrick, $108.57; 

A. E. Remington, $96.78 798 31 

Gauge readers or rod men at $2, $2.50 or 50c. a d.: ('. Cardin, $306; L. Chabot, $178; J, A. 

Grise, $136: 1. Monette, $182; J. Peloquin. $767.50; A. Vincent. $30.50 1,600 00 

Bell Telephone ( lo., rent of telephone, 1 wto Mar. 31, $57; messages, $20.90 . 77 90 

Boisvert, Ed., Montreal horse hire, 62 d. at $3; half days. 7 at $2 200 00 

Gagnon, J. A.", Montreal, hire of motor car, 24 h. at $2.50 60 00 

Montreal Blue Print Co.. blue prints at 2c. or 4c. a ft 76 94 

Accounts under $50 128 23 

Public Printing arid Stationery Dept.. Ottawa, stationery supplies... ....... 84 86 



[7,599 49 



H'afli and Board of Dredging Fleet. — (Iciy 8 I / ;» nsions di Veguipc du dragdge 



Stone Lifter No. 3.— Arrache-pierre No. 3— ($1,706.20)— 



Captain, L. Sauvageau, at $65 per m.. $418.16, at $2 per d.. $s 426 16 

Winchmanat $40 perm., $254.75, at $1.50 or $1.86 per d., $20.67 275 42 

Carpenter at $50 per m., or $2.10 per d 27 23 

Firemen at $34 per m. or $1.75 per d., $227.02, bark wages at $2 per m., $8.94 235 911 

Sailors at $28 per m., $174.61; bonus wages at $2 per m., $8.74 183 35 

Cook at $20 per m 127 37 

Board at $12.50 per m.. $120.52. at $14 per m., $310.79, less extra meals at Inc., 60c. 430 71 
Stone Lifter No. 4.— Arrache-pierre No. 4 ($2,299.48)— 

Captain, Ls. Hebert, at $65 per m., $426.83, at $2 per d., $64 puis:; 

Winchmen at $40 per m., $258.66, at $1.50. $1.75 or $1.86 per d., $34.07 292 73 

Carpenter at $50 per m. ..... 8 33 

Fireman at $34 per m. or $1.75 per d., $239.45; bonus wa'ies at $2 per m., $13 252 45 

Sailor at $28 per m., $182.97; bonus wages at $2 per m., $13.07 196 04 

Diver at $100'perni 390 00 

\--t. diver at $33 per m 50 03 

i look at $20 perm. ... 131 33 
Board at $12.50 per m., $122.54, at $14 per m.. $366.10: extra meals -at 15e.. 60c. less extra 

meals at 15c. $1.50 487 74 

Stone Lifter No. 5.— Arrache-pierre No.5 ($1,702.27)— • 

( 'aptain .1. M. Beaudette at $65 per m. or $2 per d T. . 438 16 

Winchman at $40 per m. or $1.86 per d 278 72 

Fireman at $34 per m., $216.54; bonus wages at $2 per m.. $12.74 229 2S 

Sailor at $28 perm., $179.23; bonus wages at $2 per m., $12.81 192 04 

Cook at $20 per m 128 01 

Board at $12.50 per m., $122.58, at $14 per m., $310.33; extra meals at 15c., $3.30, less 

extra meal. 15c*.. 436 . 

Coal Barge No. 1 ($3,515.36)— 

( 'aptain A. l.afertc at $55 per m., $386.83, at $2 per d., $26, extra pay as sailor at S28 per 

m.. $4.67 417 50 

Winchman at $33 per m., or $1.50 per d., $246.35; bonus wages at $2 per m., $14.07 260 42 

Sailors at $28 per in. or $1.50 per d., $1,571.37, extra time at night at 20c., $1.20; bonus 

wages at $2 perm., $86.01.. 1,658 58 

Cooks at $20 per m 140 66 

Hoard at $12.50 per m„ $297.10, at $14 perm., $741.10 1,038 20 

Coal Barge No. 2 ($3,778 80)— 

Captain L. J. Piettle at $55 per m., $415.51, at $2 per d., $38, extra time at night as sailor 

at $28 per m., $24. 90 478 41 

Winchman at $33 per m., $249.31, at $1.50 per d.. $30.7.5; bonus wages at $2 per m., $15.11 275 67 

Sailors at $28 per m., $1,656.57, at $1.50 per d.. $30.75; bonus wages at $2 per m., $76.53. . 1.763 85 

i look at $20 per m 151 10 

Board at $12.50 per m.. $300, at $14 per m., $803.02. at 15c per d., $6.75 1,109 77 

( arried forward . 13,002 11 



i/i/,7W \\n risin.im > in r \i:i \n \ i . i\ri \ in ii in o 100 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence Kiwr ( 'ontinued. 
Chenal des navlres iiu St-Laurenl Suite 






II offi and Board of Dredgifiy Fleet I !ont inued. 
' eJ pi rcston ! dt Vequipt du di agagt Suite 

Coal Barge No 3 1*3,934.46) 

Captain J. B B n at ?55 pel m., S432.01, at *2 per d., *20, extra as winchman at S33 

pel Ill . SV.".I Sll. ;,- -ail,, I at ^ 'v , ,. , in . $2.80 

WinVhmenat $33 perm., $228.30, at*l.S0perd 513.50 bonu rati it $2 per m 518.92 
Sailors at S28 per m., $1,756.72, at SI. 50 per d., *1S bonus wag. 5102.96 1877 68 

Cook at $20 pel mi 157 m 

Board at $12.50 per m., $343.75 at $14 per m., $810.60 I 154 35 

i oal Barge No I 53,849 si 

Captain All Latraverse at 555 pei in., $422.84, at $2 per d., $30 extra i <ailorat$28 

pel in . S13 55 1 9 

Winchmenat $3 r m.. $254.78 at $1.50 per d., $13.50 bonus wages at $2 per in S15.31 

Sailors at $28 per in., or $1 50 per .1 51,718 29. at 20e. per h., SOi bonus wage: i 

in . 597.09 1.816 18 

( ...,k at $20 pel in 153 hi 

Board at $12.50 pei m., 53>6 25, at $14 pel in., $817.88; extra meals at 15. 
Coal Barge No 5 ($3,550.61)— 

Captain Ed Sauvageau at $55 per m., $386.83, at $2 per d 530 116 83 

Winrbman at ?35 per m 5243.84 bonus wagi at $2 per m., $13.94 .. 257 78 

Sailors at 528 per m. or $1.50 per d., $1,575.28; bonus wages at $2 per m ,5102.04 I 

Cook at $25 per in 578.33 at $20 per m., $76.66 154 99 

Beard at 512.50 icrm. 5188.87, at $14 per m., $743.87 extra meals at 15i 510.95 1,043 69 

Coal Barji ' o 6 56.366.E9 

Captains: O. Thibodeau, at $70 per m., $517.09, at 52 pel d., sll I Irii Bla 

$2 

Mates at $55 per m., 1 Gaj 5258.67, Chas Mereier. $54.29 

J. B. Hamelin at $70 pi ■ ' 0; E. I aseault, al 555 pi i m. or 52.12 

oi 52 pel I 5473 15; M Label al $50 per m oi $2.12 oi 52 pel d ,$408.22, extra 

firing at $1 per si in. 55 50 1 ,532 67 

Firemen at $35 per m or $1.75 or $1.50 per d.. 5663 69; bonus wages at $2 per in 

Sailors al $:8 per m oi $1 50 pel d., $1,272.31; bonus wages at 52 pel m . 568 57 1 ,340 ss 

( 'ooks at 535 oi $28 per m . . 151 16 

Board at 512.50 per m 5315.48, at $14 per m 1,023.69 it $16.50, $111.77; extra meals at 

25c.. -7 50, at 15c., 516.50 1.474 94 

■ancov 56,815 49 - 
Captains; K. Petit, at $60 per m S424 it $2 per d 512 II Lemaire, al S2 pel 

Pierre Uissant, at 555 pi i in 5388 66 at 52 pi ' d 58 
Engineers Jos. i lendron, al $65 per m 5532 '<> \ % al S5i per in., 5402.80, at 

52 12 i" i d 537.10 . "72 17 

I in men al 533 per m. oi 51.50 or $1.75 per d., 51 ,090.51 ; bonus wages at 52 per m.. $40.07 1,130 5S 

H'ai, I n ai S1.50, -1 75 or$2 38 25 

Sailors at $28 per m., or $1.50 per d 51 563.98; b i i 575 1,638 98 

( ooks at $25 oi 515 pel m 285 : 1 

Board at $15 pel m.. 51,191.38, at 516.50 |»i in s7.i;:. .">:!; extra meals al 15c 52 I" 

extt . meals at 15c 532.10 1,915 21 

Tug <„;„,, , -| (99 26 

| iptains \ Dumas, at $6 ir m., $494.57 at$2perd 56; I Robidoux at$55perm., 

528 38; 1. Larochelle, al 555 per m 563 75 592 70 

Engineers I. Larrix.-,-. at -•; i ... -.59.35 Phil Lange, at $60 per m 5288.44; Uex. 

Benoil al 555 pel m . $125 96 at 52 12 pel d . $12 72 
Firemen at $33 or $34 per m or$1.50perd 5731 58 bonus wages at $2 per m 
Sailors al 52S p. i m . ,,i M all ,.i ,! . SM.i Ml, bonu- »;i;i. at S2 ,i, i in . 590 S2 
Watchman at 52 per night. 
i ooks al 525 520 or $15 per m.. 
Board at $12.50 per m., $237.50, at 514 per m $307 10 al 515 per m . $30, al 516.50 per 

in., S582.15; extra meal, al 25 e.. 82.25. at I.V., S109.80 
Tug Chambly ($4,715.36)— 

Captains: L. Robidoux at 560 per m., $349.35, at $2 per d., $8; P. Lavallee, al 555 per in., 

$110; E. Massicotte at 555 per m., $62.33; E. Laroche at 555 per m., $1S 
Engineers: J. D. DeLottinville, at S60 per m.. 5255.4S, E. < rep, an. at $60 per m 

H. Gram Inn mt. at 555 per in.. 5303.74, a1 $2 per d., $13 
Firemen, at 533 per m. or 51 .50 per d., 5788.51 ; 1 mnii; wages at 52 per m., $2.90 
Sailors at S28 per m. or 51.50 per d., 5944.511; bonus wages at $2 per m., 510.54 

Watchmen at $1.50 per d ' . . .... 

Cooks at $25 or $15 perm 

Board at $15 per m., $991.76, at 516.50 per m., $295.93; extra meals at 25c, 75c., at I5c , 

$9.60; less extra meals at 15c, 75c 

( 'arried forward 



686 


47 


790 


19 


H.'.il 




16 


- 


207 


52 


1.26S 






.14 


788 


67 


791 


41 


955 1)4 


7 


5fl 


219 M 


1 . 297 


29 


46.733 


52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 



8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River — ( !ontinued. $ cts. 

Chenal des navires du St-Laurent— Suite. 

Brought forward 46,733 52: 

Wages and Board of Dredying Fleet — Continued. 
Gages el pensions de Vequipe du dragage — Suite. 

Tug Contrecaeur ($7,490.22)— 

Captains: H. Lemaire at $60 per m., $471.29, at 42 per d., $30; V. Laforest at $55 per m., 

$432.01, 1 d., $2 !«;.i 311 

Engineers: A. Dulae, at $65 per m., $584.99; P. Vandal, at $57 per m., $447.73, at $2.12 

per d., $29.68, at $2 per d., $26 1,088 40 

Firemen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,140.08; bonus wages at $2 per m., $16.79. t, 156 87 

Sailors at $28 perm, or $1.50 per d., $1,723.33; bonus wages at $2 per m., $131.61 1,854 94 

Watchman at $2.12 per night 7 42 

Cooks at $25 or $15 315 52 

Board at $15 per m., $1,188.27, at $16.50 per m., $941.60; extra meals, 1, 25c., at 15c, $3; 

less extra meals at. 15c, $1.35 2, 131 77 

Tug Denchaillons ($7,783.54)— 

Captains: Phil Mongeau. at $60 per m., $482.05, at $2 per d., $12; P. Bibeau, at $60 per m., 

$8, at $55 per m., $444.26; A. Millette, at $2 per d., $4; P. Aussant, at $55 per m., 

$7.33 958 24 

Engineers: Fred Pintal, at $65 perm., $171.16; Geo. Hamelin, at $65 per m., $416; John 

Sheridan, at $57 per m., $466.11, at $2.12 perd., $36.04; extra firing at $33 per m., $12.88; 

Geo. Robidoux, at $2.12 perd., $20.14 1,122 33 

Firemenat $33 perm, or $1.50or $1.75 perd., $1,142.29; bonus wages at $2 per m., $45.04. . 1,187 33 

Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 per d., $1,729.11; bonus wages at $2 per m., $92.98 1,822 09 

Watchman at $2.12 per d 6 36 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m 337 92 

Board at $15 per m., $1,195.86, at $16.50 per m., $1,002.31; extra meals at 25c, $50.75, at 

15c, $101.25; less extra meals at 15c, 90c 2,349 27 

Tug Emilia ($5,302.40)— 

Captains: J. Blais, at $60 per m., $424, at $2 per d., $12; S, Morinville, at $55 per m., 

$370.32 % . 806 32 

Engineers: B. Sauvageau at $60 per m., $479; Alex. Ursus, at $55 per m., $372.16, at $2.12 

or $2 perd.,. $60.32 91148 

Firemen at $36 per m. or $1.75 or $l.. c per d., $565.99; bonus wages at $2 per m., $26.03. . 592 02 

Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 per d., $1,162.35; bonus wages at $2 per m., $78.93 1,241 28 

Watchmen at $2.12 or $2 per night 27 08 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m 270 67 

Board at $15 per m., $874.16, ac $16.50 per m., $582.54; less extra meals at 15c, $3.15 1,453 55 

Tug Iberville ($6,996.74)— 

Captains; I. Yergeau, at $60 per m„ $473.29, at $2 per d., $18; U. Blais, at $55 per m., 

$20.16, at $2 per d., $1; N. Millette, at $55 per m., $413.67 926 12 

Engineers: J. Petit at $65 per m., $568.22; O. Beaucage at $57 per m., $447.73, at $2 or 

S2.12 per d., $51.32 1,067 27 

Firemenat $33 perm., or $1.50 or $1.75 perd., $1,091.30; bonus wages at $2 per m„ $47.67. 1,138 97 

Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 per d., $1,486.66; bonus wages at $2 per m. $69.42 1,556 08 

Watchmen at. $1 .75 per d 6 12 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m. or $1.50-per d 314 69 

Board at $15 per m., $1,121.86, at $16.50 per m., $875.53; less extra meals at 15c, $9.90. . 1,987 49 
Tug James Hoieden ($5,240.65)— 

Captains: R. Massicotte,ao$60per m., $409, at $2 perd., $23; E. Massicotte, at $55 per m., 

$196.16 628 16 

Engineers: W. Gouin, at $80 per m., $116.13, at $65 per m., $195; L. Larrivee, at $65 per 

m., $259.99; E. Caseault, at $2 per d., $20; A. Petit, at $55 per m., $394.42, at $2 or 

$2.12 per d., $28.96 1,014 50 

Firemen at $35 or $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $85S.04; bonus wages at $2 per m., 

$40.16 898 20 

Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 per d., $891.22; bonus wages at $2 per m., $57.80 949 02 

Winchman at $1.75 per d 14 87 

Watchman at $1.50 per night 13 50 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m 272 00 

Board at $12.50 per m., $275.83, at $14 per m., $140, at $15 per m., $225, at $16.50 per m., 

$661.22; extra meals at 25c, $31.50, at 15c, $118.05; less extra meals at 15c, $1.20. . . 1,450 40 
Tug Jessie Hume ($3,278.22)— 

Captain, A. Cossctte at $60 per m., $458.83, at. $2 per d., $6 464 83 

Engineers at $00 per m.: H. Hamelin, $476.83, A. Lamoureux, $19.61, J. E. Sauvageau, 

$19.35 515 79 

Firemen at $34 per m. or $1.75 or $1.50 per d., $575.63; bonus wages at $2 per m., $22.06. . 597 69 

Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 per d., $640.51; bonus wages at $2 per m., $35.97 676 48 

Watchman at $1.75 per night t 10 49 

Cook at $20 per m , 151 59 

Board at $12.50 per m., $244.17, at $14 per m., $443.33, at $15, $30, at $16.50, $96.25; extra 

meals at 25c, $2.75, at 15c, $44.85 861 35 

Carried forward 82.S25 29' 



,l/l/,7W. I W; FISHERIES lUCI'ARTMEXT. I \ I'l \ I </ II i: /. O m 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



siii|> Channel, St. Lawrence River Continued. 
Chenal des navires du St-Laurent Suite 



Brought forward 



and Board 0} Dredging Fleet 1 !ontinucd. 
. t pi nsions di l't qui pi dv dragagi Suite 

Tug lac St. Pierr, 6,53 ! 

( !aptains: Z. Cadiouv at $iiOpei m . $439 , I, at $2 pi 1 d . 126, at $55 perm., J. Bl 1 

E, Massicotte, $25.67, P. Lavallee, $289 13 
Engineers: H. Sheridan at $65 pei m . 8553 1 S 1 ournoyei at $57 pel m , $59.21, at 

-' 1., $37; G. Robidoux, at $57 per m., $360.38, at $2.12 pei .1 . $21.20; li. P. 

Landry, at $57 per m., $5.52 1,036 85 

Firemenat$33perm.or$1.50or$1.75perd. ,$1,089.68; bonus wages at $2 pei m., $49.45 1,139 1 

Sailers at $28 per in. or $1.50 perd., $1,247.29; bonus wages at $2 per m., $69.66 1,316 95 

Watchmen at $1.75 per night u 00 

Cooks at. $25 or $15 perm . 293 17 

Board at $15 per m., $997.85, at $16.50 p< 1 m . $$2:: in. exuii meals at 15c., $44 10; less 

extra meals at 15c . $15.30 I 35(1 15 

Tug Lanoraie ($5,356.50)— 

Captains: 11. ( larpentier at $60 per in., $412, at $2 per d., $24; .1. Mongrain, at $55 per m., 

$375.82, at $1.75 perd., $15.75 827 57 

Engineers A. Fugere, at $60 per m., $480; T. Fugere at $55 per m., $377.66, at $2 or $2.12 

per d., $56.08 ......... 

Firemen at $36 perm. 01 $1 50 oi $1 75 pe) d., $578.70; bonus wages at $2 perm.. $2 19 606 09 

Sailorsat $28 perm, or $1.50 per d., $1,160.67; bonuswagesal $2 per m., $57.83 1,218 50 

Watchmen at $1.50, $2 or $2.12 per night .... 28 22 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m . .... 276 00 

Board at $15 perm., $871.1"). at ?lf».."l». Mil I 93, extra meals at I5c.,45c; less 1 extra meal. 

15c. 1,486 38 

Tug Lavaltrie ($7,104.78)— 

Captains: J. Cumin, at $60 per m., $358.45, at $2 per d., $24; L. Robidoux, at $60 per m., 

$97.97; Thos. Bernier, at $55 per m., $413 67, extra as 1st ( laptain.at $60 per m..$3.87. 897 96 

Engineers: J. E. Sauvageau, at $65 pel m . $564.03; N. Peloquin at $2 per d., $26; D. 

Blais, at $57 perm., $-150.03, at $2.12 perd., $19.08 .. . 1,039 74 

Firemen at $33 perm, or $1.50 or $1.75 perd., $1,082.10; bonus wages at $2 perm., $49.53 1,131 63 

Sailors at $28 per in. or $1 .50 per il., $1,591.22; bonus wages at $2 per in., $95.06 1,684 88 

Watchman at $1.75 per night . .... 10 50 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m . .... 303 52 

Board at $15 perm. ,$1,079.30, at $16.50 perm. ,$957 .40; less extra meal, 15c 

Tug Lamoletti ($6,285.98)— 

Captains: \\ . ( larpent ier, at $60 per m., $424, at $2 per d., $16; G. Guimond, at $55 per 

111., $386.82; A. Millette, at $55 pei m.. $37.79 . 864 61 

Engineers: A. Petit, at $65 per 111., $.330.12; J. Vezina, at $57 per m., $402.80, at $2 or $2.12 

perd.. $70.52 1,003 II 

Firemen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 perd., $1,108.44; bonuswagesal $2 pel m., $43.21 1,151 65 
Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50 perd., $1,167.01; bonuswagesal $2 pei m., $62.20 1,229 21 

Watchman at $2.12 per night, 14 84 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m. or $1.50 perd. . 284 17 

Board at $15 perm. ,$1,061.21, at $16.50 per m.. $664.50; extra meals a. 25c, $1.25, at I .v., 

$11.25, less 1 extra meal, lSc. 1,738 06 

Tug Lotbinicri- ($5,717.19)— 

Captains: L. Valois, a $60 per m., $424, at $2 per d., $S; U. Blais, at $55 per m.. $345.19 777 19 

Engineers: T. Peloquin, at $65 per m., $522.08; E. Godin, a. 857 per in., $357.75, at $2 or 

$2.12 per d.,$S3.44 963 27 

Firemen, at $33 per 111. or $1.50 or $1.75 per .!., $887.05; bonus wages at $2 per m., $41.15 928 20 

Sailorsat $28 per ni. or $1.50 or $1.75 perd., $1,140.92; bonuswagesal $2,pei m., $74.98 . 1,215 90 
Watchman at SI. 75 per night. 16 62 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m. or $1.50 perd 

Hoard a; $15 perm., $87:1.68, a, $16.50 per m.. $677.60; extra meals a, 15c, 82.10 
Tug PortnruJ i$7 ,009.46)— 

Captains: N. Mongeau at $60 per in., $484.84, at $2 per d., $12; P. Bibeau at 855 per 111., 

$427.93 ........ 924 77 

Engineers: 1 . < hamberland, at $60 per 111., $26; X. Peloquin, at $60, $529.35; T. Mon- 
grain, at $55 per in., $363.91, at $2 per d., $35; A. Lange, at 855 per m., $64.01, at $2.12 

perd., $21.20. . ....... ........... 

Firemen at $34 or $35 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $907.20; bonus wages at $2 per m., 

$26.49 933 69 

Sailors at $28 pei in .,1 $1 50 per d., $1,677.36; bonus wages at 82 per in., $117.10.. 1.794 46 

Watchman at $1.75.. 8 75 

1 neks al 825 or $15 per in ... 315 23 

Board at $15 perm., $1,061.11, at $16 50 pei m.. $929.48: extra meal- at 15c $3 10 1,25c; 

less extia meals at 15c, $1.05.. 



Carried forward 120,831 12 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1911 

8 GEORGE V, A. 191i 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence River— Continued. $ cts. 

< I] ii. il des navircs du St-Laurent— Suite. 

Brought forward 120, 831 32 

Wages and Board of Dredging Fleet — Continued. 
Gages et pensions de Vequipe du dragage — Suite. 
Tug Yarennes ($6,947.62)— 

Captains: H. Labrecque, at $60 per m., $473.23, at $2 per d., $18; J. L. H. Valois at $55 

per m., $151.34; A. Millette, at $55 per m., $274.99 917 56 

Engineers: H. Matte, at $65 per m., $182; S. Boisvert, at $65 per m., $405.16, overtime 

as machinist on Dredge No. 1 at 20c. per h.. $1.40; T. Peloquin, at $65 per m., $16.77; 

P. Lange, at $57 per m., $216.05, at $2 per d., $26; Jos. Sauvageau, at $57 per m., 

$258.39, at $2.12 per d., $12.72 1,118 49 

Firemen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,136.24: bonus wages at $2 per m., $51.28.. 1,1X7 52 
Sailors at $2S per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,376.10; bonus wages at $2 per m.. $67.30 1,443 40 

Watchmen at $1.75 per d 10 50 

Cooks at $25 or $15 per m. or $1.50 or $1 per d 317 98 

Board at $15 per m., $1,055.22, at $16.50 per m., $886.15; extra meals at 25c., $2.25, at 

15c, $8.85; less extra meals at 15c, 30c 1,952 17 

Dredge No. 1 ($11,140.05).— 

Captains: J. Baron, at $90 per m., $648, extra pay as 2nd Officer at $55 per m., $45.18; 

E. Blais at $90 per m., $103.93 797 11 

Engineers: A. Cournover. at $85 per m., $710.15; C. Dubois, at $55 per m., $357.49, at 

$2 or $2.12 per d., $89.88; A. Gagnon at $45 per m., $292.50, at $1.75 per d., $34.12; 

W. Godin, at $1.85 per d., $46.25 1,530 39 

Officers: E. Blais, at $65 per m., $413.83, at $2 per d., $37; A. Cournoyer, at $55 per m., 

$262.16, at $1.75 per d., $30.62; H. Dorion, at $55 per m„ $7.33, at $1.85 per d., $38.85; 

J. Blais, at $55 per m., $46.48; L. Toupin, at $65 per in., $8.66, at $2.12 per d., $14.84 859 77 

Mates: L. Toupin, at $42 per m., $267.40, at $1.50 per d., $15; H. Dorion, at $37 per m., 

$235.57, at $1.50 per d., $26.25, extra pay as sailor at $28 per m., $8.13 552 35 

Oilers at $35 per m. or $1.65 or $1.75 per d., $559.18; bonus wages at $2 per m., $35.60 . 594 78 

Firemen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,085.45; bonus wages at $2 per m., $43.42. 1, 128 87 
Sailors at $28 per m. or $1.50, $1.58, or $1.75 per d., $1,328.48; bonus wages at $2 per m., 

$45.76 1,374 24 

Winchmen at $30 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $823.28; bonus wages at $2 per m., $19.80 843 08 

Washingman at $28 per m.. $180.13; bonus wages at $2 per in., $12.81 192 94 

Watchmen at S1.85, $1.75, $2, or $1.50 per night or $28 per m., $230.52; bonus wages at $2 

per m., $12.80 243 32 

Cooks at $30, $28, or $15 per m 290 10 

Carpenter at $50 per m 50 00 

Board at $15 per m., $2,669; extra meals at 15c, $18.15; less extra meals at 15c, $4.05. 2,683 10 

Dredge No. 2 (11,428.16).— 

Captains at $90 per m.: Jos. St. Pierre, $648, J. Baron, $103.93 751 93 

Engineers: H. Houle at $85 per m., $756.76, J. Robillard at $55 per m., $364.83, at $2 or 

$2.12 per d., $94.12; H. Sauvageau. at $45 per m., $298.50, at $1.85 or $1.75 per d., 

$71.12; extra firing at $33 per m., $2.20 : 1,587 53 

Officers: F. Arbour, at $65 per m., $413.83, at $2 per d., $37; F. Bibeau at $65 per m., 

$17.33, at $55 per m., $350 16, at $2.12 per d., "$46.64, at $1.75 or $2.75 per d., $28.87; 

J. Blais, at $55 per m., $14.66; D. Cournoyer, at $1.85 per d., $40.70 949 19 

Mates: J. Blais, at $42 per m., $231.90 at $1.50 per d., $26.25, extra pay as sailor at S28 per 

m., $21.14; E. Blais at $42 per m., $41.28; A. Blais, at $37 per m., $236.80, extra pay 

as watchman at $28 per m., $14.93; N. Blais, at $37 per m., $6. 17, at $1.50 peril. ,$25.50. 603 97 

Oilers, at $35 per m. or $1.65 or $1.75 per d., $563.73; bonus wages at $2 per m., $13.26 576 99 

Firemen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,136.29; bonus wages at $2 per m., $24.64. 1, 160 93 

\\ inchmen at $30 per m. or $1.50 per d., $784.50; bonus wages at $2 per m., $34.54 819 04 

Sailors at S2S per m. or $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,277.36; bonus wages at $2 per m., $24.22 . 1,301 58 
Watchmen at $1.50. $1.7*, or $1.85 per d. or $28 per m., $208.10; bonus wages at $2 per 

m., $13.26 22136 

Washingman at $28 per m., $184.80; bonus wages at $2 per m., $13.20 198 00 

Carpenters at $50 per m., $150; extra time at night at 20c per h., $19.60 169 60 

Cooks at $30 or $15 per m 295 50 

Board at $15 per m., $2, 724.89; extra meals at 15c, $70.80; less extra meals at 15c, $3.15. 2, 792 54 
Dregde No. 3 ($11,668.04).— 

Captain: N. Baron, at $90 per m 751 93 

Engineers: P. Landry, at $85 per m., $756.76; O. Gravel, at $55 per m., $370.26, at $2 or 

$2.12 per d., $111.43; V. Latour, at $1.75 per d., $28.87; A. Goulet at $45 per m., $301.- 

50, at $1.50, $1.75, or $1.85 per d.. $39.47 1,608 29 

Officers: P. Bibeau, at $65 per m., $435.49, at $2 or $2.12 per d., $77.40; S. Mondor, at $55 

per m., $359.33, at $1.75 per d„ $2S; Paul Cournoyer at $1.85 per d., $36.07 936 29 

Mates: D. Lachapelle, at $42 per m., $281.40, at $1.50 per d., $24.75, extra as sailor at 

$28 per m., $2.80; U. Bibeau at $37 per m., $247.90, at $1.50 per d., $24; extra as sailor 

at $28 per m., $3.25 584 10 

Carried forward 154, 227 76 



1/I/.7W I \ // /'/-/// /,'/.'- ,''.'■/• i/// ur\r: EXPEND 11 O 113 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ship Channel, St. Lawrence Biver ( lontinm I 
Chenal des navires du St-Laurcnt Suite. 

Brought forward 

Wages and Bo i Fli ■ ' I lonl inued. 

Gagt I'iquipc du dragagt Suite. 

Mo 3 Concluded. 
Oilers ai $35 per m. oi $1 65 oi $1 r.'i p.-r <1 . $5s.",.5!>; i.«n 

Firemen at $33 perm, or $U r $1.75 per d., $1,092.65; bonus wag. it 1 13! 30 

Winchmen al $30 pel m. or $1 .."ill pei ,!.. $-,h. "... I,.,i,..- vv :i ••■- :ii $2 pel I 569 10 

Sailors at $2N per m. or - $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,298.83; lonu wages at $2 per ri i • 

i ft rpi liter at $50 pel 17, a | •: rl ! !2 50 extra time al night al 20c., $8 20 

Watchmen at $28 per m. or $1.50, $1 35, oi 52 pci d ,$225.22; I n wages al $2 pel in., 

$13.40... ... 238 62 

Washingman al S28 pi 12 33 185 00 

Cook U i !0oi 15 per m 300 19 

Board at $15 pci in . s2.72iios ,-v ieal at 15c $65.10 li extra meals at 15i S5.10 2,780 08 

Dredge No. 1 ($11 I 

( 'aptain: J. Peloquin al B90 per in ..... 

i >fficers: E. Lachapelle, at $65 pel m , $366.16, al $2 oi $2 12 pei d., $139.40; E. Bib 

:,i $55 [).■ i in , sail s:;, mi -I 75 per d., $2S.87; A, Salvas, at $1.85 per d. I 935 80 

Mates: \.. Pellctier, at $42 per m.. s27m.o, at si. 50 per d., $25 50; A. Salvas, at 5 .;: per in.. 

$245 II. at $1.50 per d., $24.75 574 29 

Engineei D V'ezina, at $85 per rn„ $745.79; E Landry; at $55 per in.. $36 1 s:; . 

$2 12 per d., $104.84; M. Marchand, at $45 per m . $298.50, at $1.85 or $1.75 per d., 

$71.12.... 1,585 08 

Winchmen at $30 pei m. oi si 50 per .1 . $865; bonus wages at $2 per m., $53 04 918 i>4 

Oilersat $35 per m. or SI. 75 or $1.65 pei d., $618.78; bonu 945 30 

Firemen at $33 pei m oi $1.50 or $1.75 per d., $1,067.34; bonus wages at $2 per m., $52.65. 1, 119 99 
Sailors at Si's per m or si 50 oi $1.75 per d., $1,266.49; bom wagi al $2 pet m., $54.58. 1,321 07 
Watchmen at si's per in. or si 50, $1.75, or SI.S5 p,-r ,L. $232 W: lioim.- wage- al $2 per m., 

$22.93.. 255 02 

Washingman at si's ,„■, Ml . SIS3N4; I.onus ivasreai $2 per m., $7.25 191 09 

( 'arpenters at $50 pel m., oi S I 25 i ei d $104.17; extra time at night at 20c. per h., $7.20. Ill 37 

Cooks at $30 or $15 pei m 298 50 

Board at S15 per m., $2,758.06; extra meals at 15c, $54; less extra meals at 15c, $1.50 2 sin 56 

Dredge No. 5 ($12,333.19) 

i 'aptain: R. Matte at $90 pel m 754 84 

Engineers: Geo. Bonnet, at ss.i pfi in.. $750.50; Alex. I'rsus, at $2.12 per d., $2:!.::2; II. 
Fournier, at $55 per in., $364. s:i. at $2 or $2.12 per d., $85.76; Jos. Sauvageau, at $1.75 
per d., $7.87; W. Sauvageau, at $45 per m.. - '"-. .'•" a- -.1.86 per d., $22.32, exti 
as oiler at $37 per in.. $2.26; bonus wages at $2 per in., 67c; L. Marchand, at $1 s: > 
perd., $18.50. 1,583 53 

Officers: L. St. Germain, at $65 per m., $431.16, at $2 or s_> 12 pe i ,1 . $84 ''4. extra pay 
as winehman at $30 per m., $4.84; R. Millette. al s.v, pei m , s ',64.83, al si 75 perd., 
$30.62. extra time as mate al $37 per m , $s.35; (>. Tliiliault, at SI.S5 per d.. $42.55 967 29 

Males \ Page, at $42 per m., $278.60, al Si, 50 per .1 , $23.25, extra pay as sailor at $28 
per m., $7.47; P. Caron, at $37 per m., $227.54. at $1 50 per d., $22, 25; I). Guevre- 
mont at $37 per in., $9 55 569 66 

Oilers at $35 per in. or $1.65 or $1 75 per .1 , $52:; 51: I ".mi., wages at $2 per in.. $26.52 550 96 

I iremen at $33 per m. or $1.50 or si 75 per d., $1 ,599.69; bonus wages at $2 per in., $35.27. 1,634 96 
Sailor- al $28 per in. or $1.75 or $1.50 per d., $1,305.70; I.onus wages at $2 per in., $65.5!) 1,371 29 

\\ inchmen at $3(1 per in. or $1.50 or $1.75 per .!., $907.66; I.onus wages al $2 per in.. $53.04. 960 70 

( 'arpenters al $50 per m .. or $2.25 per d., $2211.37; extra time al night at 20c, $29.80 259 17 

Cooks at $30 or $15 per m... 299 Is 

Watchmen at $28 per m. or $1.50, $2, or $2.12 per d., $263.65; bonus wages at. $2 per in.. 

$7.19... 2711 S4 

Washingmen al $28 per in., $185.74; bonus wages at $2 per m., $12. si 

Board at $15 per in.. S2.N70.67. extra meals at 15c, $35.10; less extra meals at 15c, $1.95. 2,912 82 
Dredge No. 6 ($11,521.66).— 

Captain: A. Morin at $90 per m. 746 13 

Engineers: P. ('artier at $85 per in., $751.27; R. Chartier at $55 per m., $375.82 at $2 
or $2.12 per d., $97.42; H. Beauregard at $45 per in. or $1.75 per .1.. $59.04; N. Cour- 
noyerai $45 per m , $26:;. 71. at si s5 ,„., d.. $20.60; [,, Millette at $45 per m., $11.61. 1.588 47 
Officers; S. Jussaume at $65 per m., $444.16, at $2 per d., $33; H. Cangnan. at $55 per 
m., $375.82, at $1.75 per d., $30 62; \ ( lodin, at $1.85 per d., $26. S2. I'. C.odin at 
$2.12 per d., $33.02 ... ... 944 34 

Mates P. Godin, at $42 per m., $287, at $1.50 perd.. $26.25 C. Blais. at $37 per m., $83.75, 
at $1.50 per d., $26.25; N. Hervieux, at $37 per m., $164.32; bonus wages at $2 per m., 
$5.45; L. Daunais, at $37 per in.. $4.77 597 79 

' lilers at $35 per m. or $1.65 or $1 75 per d., $552 46; bonus wages at $2 per m., $3 48 555 ''4 

Firemen at $33 perm, or $1.75 or $1 50perd., $1,122.28; bonus wages at $2 perm., $66.03 1,188 31 

Carried forward 191,476 69 

1— So 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1916-1917 

8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 



Ship t'hanmi, St. Lawrence River— Continued. 
Chi-nal di'S navir.'S du St-Laurent— Suite. 



Sroughi forward 



Wages and Board of Dredging /•'/. . / -( !ontinued. 
Gages et pensions de V&quipe du drayage