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Oy<T. 

SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOL. LVI— PART I 



FIRST SESSION 



OF THE 



SIXTEENTH LEGISLATURE 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



SESSION 1924 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by Clarkson W. James, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

19 2 4 



LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 



Presented to the House during the Session. 



Title. 



No. 



Remarks. 



Accounts, Public 

Adoption Act, Report 

Agricultural College, Report 

Agricultural Development Board, Report. . . . 
Agricultural and Experimental Union, Report 

Agricultural Societies, Report 

Agriculture, Department of, Report ......... 

Archives and Public Records, Report 

Auditor, Provincial, Report 



*Bee-Keepers, Report 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, Report. 
Browning, A. E., correspondence 



Children, Neglected and Dependent, Report. 
Civil Service Commissioner, Report 



Dairymen's Association, Report. . . 
Division Courts, Inspector, Report. 



Education, Report 

Education, Orders-in-Council 

Education, Rural, Public and Separate Schools, Legislative 

Grants 

Elections, Return from Records 

Entomological Society, Report 

Estimates 

Experimental Union, Report 

Extra-Mural Employment, Report of Commission 



"Fruit Growers, Report. 



Game and Fisheries, Report. . 
Gregory Commission, Report. 



Health, Report of Board of 

Highway Improvement, statement showing sums credited 

to 

Horticultural Societies, Report 

Hospitals and Charities, Report 



1 

72 
30 
58 
31 
42 
29 
48 



34 
20 
69 

27 
66 

35 

5 

17 
54 

55 
47 
33 
2 
31 
60 

41 

14 
62 

21 

15 
40 

25 



Printed. 
Not Printed. 
Printed. 



Not Printed. 
Printed. 

Printed. 

Not Printed. 

Not Printed. 



Not Printed. 
Printed. 

Printed. 
Not Printed. 



Printed. 



Printed. 

Printed. 
Not Printed. 

Printed. 

Not Printed. 
Printed. 



•Not bound in Sessional Volumes. 



Title. 



Housing, Report 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report 

Insane and Feeble-Minded, Hospitals for, Report 

Insurance, Report 

Labour, Report 

Lands and Forests, Report 

Legal Offices, Report 

Library, Report 

Live Stock Branch, Report 

Loan Corporations, Report 

Mines, Report of Department 

Mining Industry, Report 

Mothers' Allowance, Report 

Motor Vehicles, number purchased 

Municipal Water Works and Gas Systems, Report 

Neglected and Dependent Children, Report 

Ontario Athletic Commission, Report 

Ontario Provincial Police, Report '. . . 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board, Report 

Ontario Temperance Act, Report 

Ontario Temperance Act, correspondence re appointment 

of Inspectors 

Ontario Veterinary College, Report 

Parole, Report of Board of 

Probation Officers of County of York and Toronto 

Provincial Loans, correspondence 

Provincial Municipal Auditor, Report 

Prisons and Reformatories, Report 

Public Accounts 

Public Highways, Report 

Public Records and Archives, Report 

Public Service Superannuation Board, Report 

Public Works, Report 

"Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park, Report 

Ramsden, J. G., correspondence 

Registry Offices, Report 

Secretary and Registrar, Report 

Sentenced Persons Act, Report 

Statistics Branch, Report 

*Not bound in Sessional Volumes. 



No. 



37 
49 

22 
10 

16 
3 
6 
45 
36 
12 

4 
61 
65 

73 
43 

27 

59 
57 
46 



52 

24 
53 
70 

8 
26 

1 
64 
48 
56 
13 



63 

7 

19 
60 
39 



Remarks. 



Printed. 



Printed. 



Printed. 



Not Printed. 



Printed. 



Not Printed. 
Printed. 

Not Printed. 

Not Printed. 
Printed. 



Not Printed. 
Printed. 

Printed. 

Not Printed. 
Printed. 



Not Printed. 

Printed. 

Not Printed. 

Not Printed. 
Printed. 

Not Printed. 

Printed. 



Title. 



Statute Distribution, statement of 

Succession Duties in 1923 . . . 

Superannuation, Civil Service, Report 

Temiskaming and N.O. Railway Commission, Report 
Toronto University, Report 

Vegetable Growers, Report 

*Women's Institutes, Report 

Workmen's Compensation Board, Report 

*Not bound in Sessional Volumes. 



No. 


Remarks. 


67 


Not Printed. 


71 


11 


66 


(1 


44 


Printed. 


18 


(1 


32 


Printed. 


38 


Printed. 


51 


11 



LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 



Arranged in Numerical Order with their Titles at full length; 

the dates when presented to the Legislature; the name 

of the Member who moved the same, and whether 

ordered to be printed, or not. 



No. 1 



No. 2 



No. 


3 


No. 


4 


No. 


5 


No. 


6 


No. 


7 


No. 


8 


No. 


9 


No. 


10 



CONTENTS OF PART I 

Public Accounts of the Province for the year ending 31st October, 
1923. Presented to the Legislature, February 19th, 1924. 
Printed. 

Estimates — Supplementary, for the service of the Province for the 
year ending 31st October, 1923. Presented to the Legislature, 
February 19th, 1924. Printed. Further Supplementary Esti- 
mates for the year ending October 31st, 1924. Presented to the 
Legislature, March 19th, 1924. Printed. Estimates for the 
year ending 31st October, 1925. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 25th, 1924. Printed. 

CONTENTS OF PART II 

Report of the Department of Lands and Forests for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Department of Mines for the year 1923. Presented to 
the Legislature, April 3rd, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Inspector of Division Courts for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 5th, 1924. Printed. 



Report of the Inspector of Legal Of^ces for the year 1923. 
to the Legislature, April 3rd, 1924. Printed. 



Presented 



Report of the Inspector of Registry Offices for the year 1923. 
sented to the Legislature, March 21st, 1924. Printed. 



Pre- 



Report of the Provincial Municipal Auditor for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

CONTENTS OF PART III 

Report of the Commissioners for the Queen Victoria Niagara Falls 
Park for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 4th, 
1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Friendly 
Societies for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 26th, 1924. 'Printed. 



No. 


11 


No. 


12 


No. 


13 


No. 


14 


No. 


15 


No. 


16 


No. 


17 


No. 


18 


No. 


19 


No. 


20 


No. 


21 


No. 


22 


No. 


23 



No. 24 



No. 25 



Friendly Societies: — See No. 10. 

Report of the Registrar of Loan Corporations for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 26th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Department of Public Works for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 10th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Department of Game and Fisheries for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 3rd, 1924. Printed. 

Statement showing all sums credited to the Highway Improvement 
Fund and all sums chargeable thereto for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 3rd, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Department of Labour for the year 1923. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 4th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Department of Education for the year 1923. Presented 
to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

CONTENTS OF PART IV 

Report of the Board of Governors of the University of Toronto for 
the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, February 20th, 
1924. Printed. 

Report of the Secretary and Registrar of the Province for the year 

1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 3rd, 1924. Not 
Printed. 

Report relating to the Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths 
for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 

1924. Printed. 

Report of the Provincial Board of Health for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 3rd, 1924. Printed. 



CONTENTS OF PART V 



See No. 23. 



Report upon the Hospitals for the Insane, Feeble-Minded and Epi- 
leptic for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 
17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Ontario Board of Parole for the year 1923. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 3rd, 1924. Printed. 

Report upon the Hospitals and Charitable Institutions for the year 
1923, Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 



No. 26 



No. 27 



No. 28 



No. 29 



No. 30 



No. 31 



No. 32 



No. 33 



No. 34 



No. 35 



No. 36 



No. 37 



No. 38 



No. 


39 


No. 


40 


No. 


41 



Report upon the Prisons and Reformatories of the Province for the 
year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Printed. 

Report of the Superintendent of Neglected and Dependent Children 
of the Province for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, 
April 17th, 1924. Not printed. 

Report upon the operation of the Ontario Temperance Act for the year 
1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 



Report of the Ontario Agricultural College for the year 1923. 
sented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. ' 



Pre- 



Report of the Agricultural and Experimental Union for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 13th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Ontario Vegetable Growers' Association for the year 
1923.- Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Entomological Society of the Province for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Beekeepers' Association of the Province for the year 
1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Dairymen's Association of the Province for the year 
1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Live Stock Branch of the Department of Agriculture for 
the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Not Printed. 

Report re Housing of the Bureau of Municipal Affairs for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 18th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Women's Institutes of the Department of Agriculture 
for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Printed. 

Report of the Statistics Branch of the Department of Agriculture for 
the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Printed. 

Report of the Horticultural Societies of the Province for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Fruit Growers' Association of the Province for the year 
1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 



No. 42 Report of the Agricultural Societies and of the Convention of the 
Association of Fairs and Exhibitions for the year 1923. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 5th, 1924. Printed. 

No. 43 Reports of the Municipal Water Works and Gas Systems of the 
Province for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 
17th, 1924. Printed. 

No. 44 Report of the Temiskaming and N.O. Railway Commission for the 
year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Printed. 



No. 45 



No. 46 



Report upon the state of the Library for the year 1923. Presented to 
the Legislature, April 2nd, 1924. Not printed. 

Report of the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board. Presented to 
the Legislature April 3rd, 1924. Printed. 



CONTENTS OF PART VI 

No. 47 Return from the Records of the General Elections to the Legislative 
Assembly held on the 14th and 25th days of June, 1923, showing:— 
(1) The number of Votes Polled for each Candidate in each 
Electoral District in which there was a contest; (2) The majority 
whereby each successful Candidate was returned ; (3) The total 
number of Votes Polled; (4) The number of Votes remaining 
L^npolled; (5) The number of names on the Polling Lists; (6) 
The number of Ballot Papers sent out to each Polling Place; 
(7) The Used Ballot Papers; (8) The unused Ballot Papers; 
(9) The Rejected Ballot Papers; (10) The Cancelled Ballot 
Papers; (11) The Declined Ballot Papers; (12) The Ballot 
Papers taken from Polling Places; (13) A General Summary of 
\'otes cast in each Electoral District. Also, Supplementary 
Return from the Records of the By-election held subsequently 
to the General Elections. Presented to the Legislature, February 
6th, 1924. Printed. 

No. 48 Report of the Department of Public Records and Archives for the 
Province for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 
8th, 1924. Not Printed. 

No. 49 Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of the Province for 
the 3'ear 1923. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. 
Printed. 

No. 50 Report of the Provincial Auditor for the year 1923. Presented to the 
Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Printed. 



No. 51 Report of the Workmen's Compensation Board for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 3rd, 1924. Printed. 



No. 52 



No. 53 



No. 54 



Report of the Ontario Veterinary College for the year 1923. 
to the Legislature, March 5th, 1924. Printed. 



Presented 



No. 55 



No. 56 



No. 57 



No. 58 



No. 59 



No. 60 



No. 61 



No. 62 



Report of Probation Ofificers of the County of York, including the 
City of Toronto, for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, 
April 17th, 1924. Printed. 

Regulations and Orders-in-Council made since May 5th, 1923, under 
the authority of the Department of Education Act, or of the Acts 
relating to Public Schools, Separate Schools or High Schools. 
Presented to the Legislature, February 11th, 13th, March 17th, 
and April 8th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Statement of the Legislative Grants for the year 1923 paid to the 
Rural Public and Separate Schools in the Counties and Districts 
and to the Urban Public and Separate Schools in the Counties 
and Districts which, in accordance with the provisions of the 
Amendment to the Schools Act, passed in 1922, were classed as 
Rural Schools and received grants as such. Presented to the 
Legislature, February 13th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of Public Service Superannuation Board for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, February 18th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police for the 
year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, February 22nd, 1924. 
Printed. 

Report of the Agricultural Development Board for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 13th, 1924. Printed. 

Report of the Ontario Athletic Commission and of the Auditor thereof, 
for the year 1923. Presented to the Legislature, February 22nd, 
1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Commission under the Extra-mural Employment of 
Sentenced Persons Act, for the year 1923. Presented to the 
Legislature, March 3rd, 1924. Printed. 

Report on the Mining Industry in that part of the Province served by 
the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Commission, 
for the years 1922 and 1923. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 3rd, 1924. Printed. 

Reports of Walter I ymond Gregory Michael John Haney and others 
appointed under Royal Commission bearing date the 13th day of 
April, 1922, to inquire into and report upon all estimates sub- 
mitted from time to time to the Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario for the Queenston-Chippawa Power Development, 
and also all estimates for the said work submitted by the said 
Commission to the Government of Ontario, etc., etc. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 13th, 1924. Not Printed. 



No. 63 



No. 64 



No. 65 



Return to an Order o the House of February 22ncl, 1924, that there 
be laid before House a Return showing (a) all correspondence 
between the Government, or any Member of it and Mr. J, G. 
Ramsden since the 15th of July last and (b) for a similar return 
of all correspondence (if any) since^ the said date between the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario or the Chairman 
thereof and Mr. J. G. Ramsden. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 17th, 1924. Mr. Raney. Not Printed. 

Report of the Department of Public Highways for the year 1923. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 18th, 1924. Not Printed. 

Report of the Mothers' Allowance Commission for the year 1922-23. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 24th, 1924. Printed. 



No. 66 Report of the Civil Service Commission for the year 1923. 
to the Legislature, March 26th, 1924. Not Printed. 



No. 67 



No. 68 



No. 69 



No. 70 



No. 71 



Presented 



Statement of Distribution of the Statutes for 1923. 
Legislature, March 31st, 1924. Not Printed. 



Presented to the 



Return to an Order of the House, dated 14th March, 1924, That there 
be laid before this House, a Return of all correspondence and 
papers relative to the appointment of the following inspectors 
under the Ontario Temperance Act: W. .W. Forsythe, L. W. 
Roach, E. E. Orser, J. H. Bell, F. A. Jennings, James A. Costello. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 4th, 1924. Mr. Raney. Not 
Printed. 

Return to an Order of the House, dated 14th March, 1924, That there 
be laid before this House, a Return of copies of: 1. All corres- 
pondence between the present Government, or any member 
thereof, and A. E. Browning, K.C., lately Deputy Attorney- 
General of the Province of Saskatchewan. 2. All correspon- 
dence between the Attorney-General in the late Government 
and Mr. Browning. Presented to the Legislature, April 4th, 
1924. Mr. Raney. Not Printed. 

Return to an Order of the House, dated 2nd April, 1924, That there 
be laid before this House, a Return of copies of all correspondence 
relative to a provincial loan or loans placed during the fiscal year 
ending 31st of October, 1919, with or through the Home Bank 
of Canada or any officer thereof. Presented to the Legislature, 
April 4th, 1924. Mr. Lethbridge. Not Printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the Eleventh day of April, 1924, 
that there be laid before the House a Return, showing in detail 
(by Counties) the Estates from which Succession Duties came in 
the fiscal year ending October 31st, 1923. Mr. Raney. 
Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Not Printed. 



No. 72 



No. 73 



Report on the Adoption Act, 1921, for the year 1923. 
the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Not Printed. 



Presented to 



Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd day of February, 1924, 
that there be laid before the House a Return showing: — 1. The 
number of motor vehicles purchased by the Government in each 
year since the first of such purchasing, giving (a) the name of each 
vehicle; {b) the price paid for the same ; (c) the date of purchase; 
{d) the name of the person for whom purchased or who used the 
same; (e) the uses to which the same are put; and (/) the ulti- 
mate disposition of the motor vehicle. 2. The names of the 
chauffeurs appointed by the Province of Ontario since the first 
such employment, showing in each case (a) the duties of the 
chauffeur; {b) the hours of labour; (c) the salary paid to him; 
and {d) the amount allowed to him, in each year, for personal 
expenses. Presented to the Legislature, April 17th, 1924. Mr. 
Jamieson {Grey) . Not Printed. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Twelve Months Ended 31st October 



1923 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




TORONTO: 
Printed and Published by Clarkson W. James, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

19 2 4 



[United Pres.^ 



To His Honour Henry Cogkshutt, Esq., 

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the twelve months ended 31st October, 
1923. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William H. Price, 

Treasurer, 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 
February 1st, 1924. 



Audit Office, 
February 1st, 1924. 
Hon. William H. Price, 

Provincial Treasurer. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the PubUc Accounts for the twelve 
months ended 31st October, 1923. 

I have the honour to be. 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

G. A. Brown, 

Provincial Auditor. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



IxDEX TO Details of Revexue ant) Expenditure 



Expenditure 



Revenue 



Lieutenant-Governor's Office 

Prime Minister's Department 

Legislation 

Attorney-General's Department 

Education Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Mines Department 

Game and Fisheries 

Public Works Department 

Public Highways and Motor Vehicles 

Labour and Health Department 

Provincial Treasurer's Department 

Provincial Auditor's Office. 

Provincial Secretary's Department 

Agriculture Department 

General Miscellaneous 

Casual Revenue 

APPENDICES 

Federal Subsidy for Agriclt^ture 

Hydro- Electric Pover Commission 



Page 
A 3 
AA 4- 23 
B 3- 11 
C 8- 42 
D 12-112 
E 4-118 
F 4- 15 
G 3- 29 
H 16- 85 
I 4-104 
J 4- 33 
K 6- 39 
L 3- 4 
M 7- 93 
xN 8- 96 
3-6 



P 4- 17 
Q 1- 50 



Page 

36 

37 
38 
39-40 
41 
42 

43 
44-45 
46-58 

59-6X 
62-63 

64-67 



Alphabetical Index at Back of Book 



INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



No. PAGE 

1 Balance Sheet 8-13 

2 Details of Capital Revenue and Expenditure (A and B) 14-15 

3 Assets and Liabilities 16-19 

4 Bonded Debt 20-21 

5 Indirect Liabilities 22-24 

6 (a) Bank Balances 25 

6 (b) Province of Ontario Savings Office 26 

7 Sinking Funds 27 

8 Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway. 27 

9 Municipal Securities 28-30 

10 Railway Aid and Annuities 31 

11 Aid to Railways from Confederation (A and B) 32-34 

12 Government Stationery Office (King's Printer) 35 

Revenue 

13 Prime Minister's Department: 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund 36 

14 Attorney-General's Department: 

(a) Law Enforcement 37 

(b) Insurance 37 

15 Education Department 38 

16 Lands and Forests Department: 

(a) Lands and Forests 39 

(b) Northern Development Branch 40 

17 Mines Department: 

(a) Mines 41 

(b) Game and Fisheries 42 

18 Public Highways Department: 

(a) Road Construction and Maintenance 43 

(b) Motor Vehicles 43 

19 Labour and Health Department: 

(a) Labour Department 44 

(b) Mothers' Allowances Commission 45 

20 Provincial Treasurer's Department: 

(a) Interest Account 46 

(b) Law Stamps 47 

(c) Succession Duty 48 

(d) Corporations Tax 49-57 

(e) Land Transfer Tax 58 

21 Provincial Secretary's Department: 

(a) Companies, Public Institutions, etc 59 

(b) Ontario Housing Commission 60-6J 

22 Agriculture Department 62-63 

23 Casual Revenue 64r-67 

Expenditure 

24 (a) Statement showing similar expenditures which in 1921-22 were classified as 

capital and extraordinary 68 

24 (b) Charges to Ordinary Expenditure re Loans and Treasury Bills 68 

25 Expenditure Statement 70-116 

26 Comparative Statement under Services 117 

27 Comparative Statement under Departments 118 

28 Payments to officials from more than one source 119 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 1 

REVENUE 

Balance Sheet for the Fiscal Year ended October 31st, 1923, with the cash balances 

on the 1st November, 1922 



State- 
ment 
No. 



Ordinary 



Capital 



Bank Balances, November 1st, 1922. 



13 



23 

14a 

14b 



15 



16a 
16b 
16b 
23 



17a 
17b 



23 

18a 

18b 



19a 
19b 



Prime Minister's Department: 

Temiskaming and Northern Ont. Ry. . . 
Hydro-Electric Power Comm., interest 
Hydro-Electric Power Comm., refund 

re Rural Power Districts 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation 

Fund 



Attorney-General's Department: 



Casual 

Law Enforcement Branch . 
Insurance Branch 



Education Department. 



Lands and Forests Department: 

Lands and Forests (2,693,421.14). 

Settlers Loan Commission 

Northern Development Branch.. . 
Casual (Colonization Roads) 



Mines Department: 



Mines 

Game and Fisheries. 



Public Works and Highways Dept. 



Casual 

Public Highways Department. 
Motor Vehicles Branch 



Labour and Health Department: 

Labour Department 

Mothers' Allowances Commission.. 



Provincial Treasurer's Department: 

Subsidy from Dominion of Canada — 
On population, B.N. A. 

Act, 1907 2.260,197 20 

47 Victoria, Cap. 4, . . . 142,414 48 
Special Grant, B.N. A. 

Act, 1907 240,000 00 



$ c. 



750,000 00 
6,548,135 06 



362,052 71 

1,249,163 69 

131,533 28 



483,385 93 



1,984,904 28 



8,544 12 



562,872 25 
621,148 08 



14,473 89 

229,918 82 

4,296,009 32 



123,989 86 
634,304 22 



16,086,231 84 



425,000 00 
215,914 85 



708,516 86 

110,956 37 

67,995 62 



1,652,528 08 



2,642,611 68 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Statement No. 1 

EXPENDITURE 

Balance Sheet for the Fiscal Year ended October 31st, 1923, with the cash balances 

on the 31st October, 1923 



Ordinary 
Expenditure 



Capital 
Expenditure 



Lieutenant-Go\^rnor's Office. 



Prime Minister's Department: 

Civil Government 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission . 



$ c. 

5,400 00 



34,114 65 
*105,156 00 



Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Centra 

Ontario System 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway 
Statutory 



Special Warrants. 



Legislation (including refunds, 1,714.34). 

Attorney-General's Department: 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Miscellaneous services 

Refunds 

Statutory 



Education Department: 

Civil Government 

Education 



Refunds 

Statutory 

Special Warrants . 



Lands and Forests Department: 
Civil Government 



Lands and Forests. 



Colonization Roads. 

Refunds 

Statutory 

Special Warrants. . . , 



Mines Department: 

Civil Government 

Miscellaneous services. 
it it 

Refunds 

Statutory 

Special Warrants 



Games and Fisheries Department: 

Civil Government 

Miscellaneous services 

Refunds •. 



Public Works Department: 

Civil Government 

Maintenance and Repairs, Government Bl'dgs 

Public Buildings 

Public Works and Bridges 



15,051 

*264,772 39 

527.Q05 14 

*702,451 65 

457,531 34 



196,825 93 

1,534,716 06 

21,551 42 

111,627 50 

524,806 37 



71,062 46 
7,881.440 71 
1,211.115 72 

2.368 18 
557,327 51 
112,266 68 



207,181 24 

1,262,487 73 

*28,518 90 

331,142 40 

18,811 87 

1,063,275 75 

3,600 00 



133,885 79 

140,337 62 

*29,835 62 

2,136 36 

6,450 00 

2,809 38 



51,790 34 

281,175 85 

23,705 85 



77,901 03 
587,177 02 
143,902 66 
146,294 99 



8,585,260 00 



604,000 00 
2,121,152 40 



371,000 00 



172,200 00 



?0,000 00 
1,445 86 



995,540 26 

496,713 58 

2,232,838 87 
414,401 82 



34,750 15 



967,608 45 
405,820 12 



*Details of items appearing in heavy type (see Statement No. 24, page 68) 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Statement No. 1 
REVENUE— Continued 



No. 1 



State- 
ment 
No. 



Ordinary 



Capital 



20a 



23 

20b 

20c 

20d 

20e 



Provincial Treasurer's Department 
— Continued 

Interest Account — 

Dominion of Canada, - 

re Common School 

Collections 73,578 81 

Investments 949,811 23 



Casual 

Law Stamps 

Succession Duty 

Corporations Tax Act 

Land Transfer Tax 

Premium on Treasury Bill "M" 

Drainage Debentures (Municipal) . . . . 

(Tile) 

Municipal Debentures 

Municipal Securities 

General Sinking Funds — Interest 

Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park 
Sinking Fund . 



21a 
23 

2lB 

22 
23 
12 



Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Provincial Secretary 

Casual 

Ontario Housing Commission 



Agriculture Department 

Miscellaneous — Casual 

Stationery Account: 

Excess of distribution over purchases. 



1,023,390 04 

1,542,715 03 

295.054 25 

3,858,260 58 

4,676,458 50 

474,804 65 

12,200 00 



1,226,198 53 
321 99 



339,084 19 
18,677 67 



2,852 13 



35,248 42 

83,905 00 

296 04 

112,365 16 

207,465 25 

9,000 00 



372,095 27 



67,410 65 



34,110,212 62 



4,071,549 70 16,086,231 84 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



Statement No. 1 
EXPENDITURE— Continued 



Ordinary 



Capital 



Public Works Department — Continued 

Statutory 

Special Warrants 

Refunds 



Public Highways Department: 

Civil Government 

Miscellaneous services 

Refunds 

Statutory 



Labour and Health Department: 

Civil Government 

Miscellaneous services , 

Refunds 

Statutory , 

Special Warrants 



Provincial Treasurer's Department: 

Civil Government 

Miscellaneous services 



Refunds. . 
Statutory. 



Discount on Treasury Bill 
Interest Charges " " 



"L". 

"N". 



Loss on Loan "AD" amortized. 
Special Warrants , 



Provincial Auditor's Office: 

Civil Government 

Statutory 



Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Civil Government 

Public Institutions 

Hospitals and Charities 

Miscellaneous 

Refunds 

Statutory 

Special Warrants 



Agriculture Department: 

Civil Government 

Agriculture 

Colonization and Immigration.. 

Refunds 

Statutory 

Special Warrants 

General Miscellaneous Services. 



Bank Balances, October 31st, 1923. 



35,712 59 

9,610 74 

41 18 



295,695 84 

197,730 25 

362 10 

2,809,162 22 



300,289 23 

2,201,780 01 

472 75 

134,212 44 

1,615 95 



163,028 16 

283,259 20 

*207;931 95 

109,426 47 

14,544,764 00 

*356,121 19 

2,500 00 

296,250 00 

87,020 50 

84,375 00 

2.155 72 

3,005 59 



55,561 51 
5,325 00 



259,491 13 

4,483,007 66 

1,251,598 40 

1,509 70 

6,000 72 

11,212 00 

72,167 54 



108,974 19 

1,672,989 25 

186,712 83 

5,389 48 

7,458 31 

15,299 12 

56,307 34 

*100,000 00 



» c. 
226,896 06 



19,206,120 46 



53,558 00 
2,231,441 01 



385,215 43 



49,305,439 15 39,535,962 47 



18,296,787 26 



18,296,787 26 



*Details of items appearing in heavy type (see statement No. 24, page 68). 



12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 1 
REVENUE— Concluded 



Capital 



Loans and Treasury Bills, etc. (Statutory); 

Dominion of Canada Housing Loan 

Loan, Series "AD" 

" "AE" 

" "AF" 

Treasury Bills, Series "K" 

"L" 

"M" 

"N" 



Province o 



"P" 

Ontario Savings Office. 

Farm Loan Repayments 

Highway Loan Repayments 

Discount on Treasury Bill "K". . . . 
Interest charges " " "L".... 

« « « u "M" 

« a (( u wpi! 



Loss on Loan "A D" amortized 

(See Statement No. 24 (b) , page 



600,000 00 

19,918,000 00 

2,300,000 00 

18,927,193 67 

997,500 00 

9,703,750 00 

5,000,000 00 

4,912,979 50 

2,913,779 34 

10,550,000 00 

35,610 71 

13,100 00 

2,500 00 

296,250 00 

87,020 50 

84,375 00 

2,155 72 



76,344,214 44 



Summary 

Bank Balances, Nov. 1st, 1922 16,086,231 84 

Ordinary Revenue 34,110,212 62 

Capital Revenue • 4,071,549 70 

Receipts from Loans 76,344,214 44 

130,612,208 60 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



13 



Statement No. 1 
EXPENDITURE— Concluded 




Loans and Treasury Bills, etc. (Statutory) 

Dominion of Canada Loan 

Loan, Series "BB" 

" "CC" 

" "DD" 

NN" 

" "K" 

Treasury Bills, Series "F" 

" "G" 

" "H" 

II II II "K" 

Royal Bank 

Agricultural Development Finance Act (11 Geo. V, cap. 31) 

" (11 Geo. V, " 32) 
Farm Loans Act 



2,000,000 00 

1,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

2,300,000 00 

3,000,000 00 

165,019 72 



c, 



23,474,019 72 



Summary 

Cash Balances October 31st, 1923 18,296,787 26 

Ordinary Expenditure 49,305,439 15 

Capital Expenditure 39,535,962 47 

Payments of Loans and Treasury Bills, etc 23,474,019 72 

130,612,208 60 



J4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 2 (a) 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL REVENUE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923 

Prime Minister's Department — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission Refund re Rural Power 

Districts $425,000 00 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund, Employees' 

Contributions 215,914 85 

$640,914 85 

Lands and Forests Department — 

Land Collections— Proportion Capital, 75% $83,592 03 

Woods and Forests, " " 30% 624,924 83 

Settlers' Loan Commission 110,956 37 

Northern Development Branch 67,995 62 

$887,468 85 

Public Works and Highways Department — 

Public Highways Department, Federal, County, Town and 

City repayments, etc • $1,652,528 08 

Provincial Treasurer's Department — 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal $35,248 42 

« " Tile 83,905 00 

Municipal Debentures 296 04 

" Securities . . ._ 112,365 16 

General Sinking Funds, interest 207,465 25 

Town of Matheson, repayment 2,852 13 

Oueen Victoria Niagara Falls Park Sinking Fund . 9,000 00 

$451,132 00 

Provincial Secretary's Department — 

Ontario Housing Commission, repayment of Principal 372,095 27 

Stationer^', excess of distribution over purchases 67,410 65 

$4,071,549 70 
Receipts from Loans, Treasury Bills, etc 76,344,214 44 

Total Capital Revenue $80,415,764 14 



Statement No. 2 (b) 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923 

Prime Minister's Department — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, advances $8,585,260 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, advances (Central Ont. 

System) 604,000 00 

T. & N.O. Railway advances 2,121,152 40 

T. &N.0. " " (SpeciaUVarrant). 300,000 00 

Hydro-Electric Commission advances (Special Warrant) 71,000 00 

$11,681,412 40 

Education Department — 

University of Toronto, buildings $172,200 00 

University of Toronto Certificates (Statutory) 30,000 00 

Redemption of Debentures guaranteed by Government 

(Special Warrant) 1,445 86 

^ 203,645 86 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 15 

Statement No. 2 (b) 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923— Continued 

Lands and Forests Department — 

Forest Ranging (Proportion Capital 75%) $365,285 18 

Fire Ranging 10% 106,720 22 

Surveys 100% 168,277 80 

Reforestation 100% 214,547 12 

Purchase and Maintenance of Auto 40% 1,161 80 

Clearing townsites and removing fire hazards, 100% 99,896 73 

Algonquin Park 50% 23,373 84 

QueticoPark 60% 6,522 33 

Rondeau Park 60% 8,626 63 

Creation and extension of Parks 100% 1,128 61 

Colonization Roads. . . . r 60% 496,713 58 

Northern Development (Statutory) 2,226,453 67 

Kapuskasing Water & Sewage System (Statutory) ■ . ■ ■ 6,385 20 

Part Compensation for lands to Chippewa and Mississauga 

Indian Tribes (Special Warrant) 400,000 00 

Clearing Lands, Kapuskasing (Special Warrant) 7,401 82 

Burlington Beach Commission (Special Warrant) 7,000 00 

4,139,494 53 

Game and Fisheries Department — 

Erection of ponds, buildings, etc 34,750 15 

Public Works Department — 

Public Buildings • $967,608 45 

Public Works and Bridges $552,115 11 

Less Maintenance 146,294 99 

405,820 12 

Court House, Haileybury (Special Warrant) 14,993 74 

Purchase of property in Queen's Park (Special Warrant) 210,000 00 

Brough's Creek Bridge (Special Warrant) 1,902 32 



1,600,324 63 



Public Highways Department — 

Road Construction, etc.. $22,014,963.83. 

Of this, $5,000,000, 3/10 Maintenance, 7/10 Capital $3,500,000 00 

Balance, $17,014,963.83— 

1/13 Maintenance, 12/13 Capital 15,706,120 46 



Provincial Treasurer's Department — 

Part purchase of Motion Picture Plant, Trenton $24,558 00 

Purchase of Woodlands farm 29,000 00 

Municipal Sinking Funds (Statutory) 6,456 63 

Retirement inscribed stock (par value) (Statutory) 1,113,681 35 

Sinking Funds on English Loans (Statutory) 25,916 79 

Hydro-Electric Sinking Fund (Statutory) 670,634 12 

Debenture Guarantee Act (Statutory) 46,317 67 

Drainage Debentures purchased (Statutory) 200,834 45 

Purchase of Succession Duty Free Bonds (par value) (Statu- 
tory) 167,600 00 



19,206,120 46 



J,284,999 01 



Provincial Secretary's Department — 

Ontario Housing Act (Statutory) 385,215 43 

$39,535,962 47 
Payment of Loans, Treasury Bills, etc. 23,474,019 72 

Total Capital Expenditure $63,009,982 19 



16^ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 3 

CAPITAL ASSETS OF THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

REALIZABLE OR INCOME PRODUCING: 
Dominion of Canada: 

Capital Account: capitalized at 5% 

Interest 1,471,576 20 

Subsidy on population 45,203,944 00 

Subsidy (47 V., re Cap. 4) 2,848,289 60 

Special Grant, B. N. A. Act 4,800,000 00 

54,323,809 80 

Investment for Redemption of Province 

of Ontario Stock and Debentures: 

Sinking Fund Loan, 3§% inscribed stock 777,271 06 

" 4 % " " 701,895 21 

" 4^% " " 210,541 93 

3^%— 1926 & 1936 1,528,500 00 

" 4 %— 1939 2,612,900 00 

4 %— 1941 152,600 00 

" 4 %— 1941 1,171,600 00 

Interest accrued for investment 331,214 50 

7,486,522 70 

Trust Fund of the Province held by 
THE Dominion: 

Common School Fund 1,471,528 34 

Re Quebec Turnpike Trust. 3,324 35 

1,474,852 69 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario 

Railway 28,074,827 42 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 114,088,335 85 

Central Ontario Electrical System 12,711,858 78 

126,800,194 63 

Debentures: 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal 306,398 83 

Tile Drainage Debentures 1,027,563 71 

Sault Ste. Marie Debentures 25,572 50 

Village of Eganville Debentures 8,744 88 

Town of Cochrane Debentures 33,514 06 

Township of Whitney Debentures 16,673 08 

Township of Tisdale Debentures 13,685 79 

Ontario Highway Acts of 1915 and 1920 57,600 00 
Agricultural Development Board Bonds 

(11 Geo. V, Cap. 32) 200,000 00 

Agricultural Development Board De- 
bentures (11 Geo. V, Cap. 32 3,988,000 00 

(Mortgages held by Agricultural De- 
velopment Board as collateral — 
$4,266,090.00) 
Ontario Farm Loan Act (Sec. 48-49) 
(11 Geo. V, Cap, ii) (secured by 

Jien notes) , . 279,639 01 

5,957,391 86 

"Buildings, Roads, Bridges, etc.: 

Provincial Buildings and Lands 28,095,039 35 

Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park, 

surplus of assets 1,915,696 56 

Northern Development, making of 

roads and farms, 1919-1923 7,082,435 47 

Improvement to Highways, 1919-1923. 58,309,280 73 

Colonization Roads, 1919-1923 1,750,085 61 

Hydro Power Plant, Monteith 27,061 10 

97,179,598 82 

Estimated Resources: 

Log Timber, Pine, Spruce, Poplar 242,550,000 00 

Pulpwood Timber, Ties, Poles, etc... 237,200,000 00 

Crown Lands 23,000,000 00 

Water Powers 55,000,000 00 

Fish, Game and Fur 15,000,000 00 

Mines 15,000,000 00 

587,750,000 00 

Total Capital Assets 909,047,197 92 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17 

Statement No. 3 

CAPITAL LIABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

Province of Ontario Stock and Debentures: 257,887,757 21 

(For details see Statement No. 4, page 20) 

Sinking Funds: 

Hydro-Electric Commission, Sinking Funds 2,440,000 00 

Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park Sinking Fund 451,195 36 

2,891,195 36 

Common School Fund payable to the Dominion 702 11 



Agricultural Development Board; 

Bonds (11 Geo. V, cap. 32) 200,000 00 

Agricultural Development Board: 

Debentures (11 Geo. V, cap. 32) 3,988,000 00 

Ontario Farm Loan Act: 

(Sec. 48-49) (11 Geo. V, cap. iS) 279,639 01 

(See Statement No. 6 (b), page 26) 



4,467,639 01 



Balance, being excess of Capital Assets 
over Capital Liabilities, 643,799,904.23 



Total Capital Liabilities 265,247,293 69 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 3 

CURRENT ASSETS OF THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

Capital Assets Brought Forward 909,047,197 92 

Cash and Advances: 

Cash Balances in Banks 18,296,787 26 

Highway Department, amount unex- 
pended October 31st, 1923 (See 
Public Accounts, I, page 104).. 729,548 36 

19,026,335 62 

Accounts Receivable: 

Balance due from Sale of Central 
Prison and Toronto Asylum pro- 
perties 473,320 00 

Balance of Interest due Province for 
years 1921, 1922 and 1923 by 
Hydro - Electric Commission re 
Nipigon System 567,621 58 

Balance due from Succession Duty. . . . 275,000 00 

Northern Development Branch, Unex- 
pended Balances, Notes and Loans 
outstanding 1,093,187 63 

Loans under Ontario Housing Act 7,368,838 19 

Amounts outstanding on Crown Lands 

and Interest. 750,000 00 

Amounts outstanding on Timber Dues, 

Bonus, etc.. 2,700,500 00 

From Municipalities for Mothers' 

Allowances 103,040 73 

Farmers' Bank, balance 26,445 66 

13,357,953 79 

Ontario Government Dispensaries 1,176,865 90 

Live Stock, Stores and Equipment, 

Public Institutions 676,550 90 

Northern Development Branch: 

Buildings. Plant, Equipment, Ma- 
chinery, Motors, Tractors, etc 218,202 91 

Balance: 

Being excess of Current Liabilities 

over Current Assets $3,688,088.85 

Total Current Assets 34,455,909 12 



Total Assets 943,503,107 04 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 



Statement No. 3 

CURRENT LIABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

Capital Liabilities Brought Forward 265,247,293^69 

Temporary Loans: 
Treasury Bills: 

Series "J" 1,000,000 00 

" "L" due December 21, 1923 10,000,000 00 

" "M" " November 1, 1923 5,000,000 00 

" "N" " January 25, 1924. . 5,000,000 00 

" "P" " April 1, 1924 3,000,000 00 

24,000,000 00 

Balance of Province of Ontario Savings 

Office Deposits 5,317,360 99 

(See Statement No. 6 (b), page 26) 

AccotJNTS Payable: 

Accrued Interest on Public Debt to 

October 31st, 1923 3,269,484 00 

Funds deposited in lieu of Bonds for 

Succession Duty 135,529 39 

Accounts due by Departments 263,919 30 

3,668,932 69 

Special Funds: 

Assurance Fund, under Law^ rii/e5^ci. 110,000 00 

Municipal Sinking Funds 831,212 22 

University of Toronto Certificates 360,000 00 

Railway and Annuity Certificates 2,977,821 90 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation 

Fund (see page 36) 878,670 17 

— 5,157,704 29 

Total Current Liabilities 38,143,997 97 



Total Liabilities 303,391,291 66 



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22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 5 
Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario 

(1) Niagara Falls Park Bonds— 50 Vic, c. 13 525,000 00 

57 Vic, c. 13 75,000 00 

8 Edw. VII.,c. 29 100,000 00 

10 Edw. VII., c 21 200,000 00 

900,000 00 

Less Sinking Fund payments with accrued interest 451,195 36 

448,804 64 

Note. — The income of the Park Commission from leases 
of power, etc, was sufficient to pay all maintenance and 
interest charges and leave a balance available for capital 
expenditure. 
(2)^University of Toronto. • 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 15th July, 1908, and 16th June, 1909, 
Debentures of above University, payable 15th Julv, 1910, 
to 15th July, 1949, 40 years, $500,000.00. 

Present value for 26 years at 4 per cent 403,724 77 

(3)^University of Toronto. " 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 

Order-in-Council, 7th April, 1911, Debentures of above 

University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st January, 

1951, 40 years, $130,000.00. 

Present value for 28 years at 4 per cent 109,442 97 

(4) 'University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, May, 1912, Debentures of above Uni- 
versity, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st Januar}^ 1951, 
40 years, $300,000.00. 

Present value for 28 years at 4 per cent 252,562 00 

(5) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
of Order-in-Council, April 14th, 1915, Debentures of 
above University, payable 1st January, 1915, to 1st 
January, 1954, 40 years, $110,000.00. 

Present value for 32 years at 43^ per cent 100,313 61 

866,043 35 

(6) Town of Bruce Mines. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the auth- 
ority of R.S.O., 1914, cap. 266, sec. 36, sub-sec 3, amended 
by sec. 5, Stat. Law Amendment Act, 1914. Debentures 
of above Town, payable January 1st, 1918, to January 1st, 
1947 ; interest, 6 per cent, per annum 22,794 25 

(1) Town of Cochrane. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of above Town 
payable May 1st, 1918, to May 1st, 1947; interest, 5 per 
cent, per annum ■. 35,904 85 

(8) Town of Matheson. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the auth- 
ority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of above Town 
payable June 1st, 1923, to June 1st, 1937; interest, 6 per 
cent, per annum : . . . . 4,785 18 

(9)lTownship of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of above Town- 
ship payable December 31st, 1917, to December 31st, 
1931; interest, 6 per cent, per annum 17,508 03 

(10) PresquTle Park Commission. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the auth- 
ority of 13-14 George V., cap. 6. Debentures of the above 
Commission, payable Mav 1st, 1943, interest, 6 per cent, 
per annum ' 20,000 00 

(11) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of above Town- 
ship payable December 31st, 1917, to December 31st, 
1931; interest, 6 per cent, per annum 7,003 21 



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23 



Statement No. 5 
Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario — Continued 

(12) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of Statute Law Amendment Act, 1918, sec. 67. De- 
bentures of above Township payable July 1st, 1918, to 
July 1st, 1932; interest, 6 per cent, per annum 7,003 21 

(13) Board of Trustees, R. C. Sep. School, Town of Timmins. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 7 George v., cap. 27. Debentures of above Board 
payable December 1st, 1918, to December 1st, 1937; 

interest, 5 per cent, per annum 24,986 72 

(14)iTown of Matheson. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 9 George V., cap. 4. Debentures of above Town 
payable April 1st, 1920, to April 1st, 1949; interest, 6 per 
cent, per annum 29,757 03 

(15) Board of Trustees, R. C. Sep. School, Town of Timmins. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 9 George V., cap. 4. Debentures of above Board 
payable November 1st, 1919, to November 1st, 1938; 
interest, 6 per cent, per annum 13,216 16 

(16) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 9 George V., cap. 4. Debentures of above Town- 
ship, payable May 1st, 1920, to May 1st, 1924; interest, 

7 per cent, per annum 2,139 92 

(17)lTown of Capreol. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 10-11 George V., cap. 7. Debentures of above 
Town payable December 1st, 1922, to December 1st, 1939: 
interest, 6 per cent, per annum 8,824 57 

(18) Town of Matheson. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the auth- 
ority of 9 George V., cap. 4. Debentures of above Town 
payable May 6th, 1919, to May 6th, 1948; interest, 6 per 
cent, per annum 40,000 00 

(19) "Guarantees under the authority of the Municipal Housing 

Act, 1920, Sec. 4. 

Beaverton ; 6,607 93 

Cochrane 72,960 75 

Fergus 9,134 50 

Ford City 236,524 86 

Kitchener 124,326 45 

Listowel 54,283 02 

London 283,199 95 

Niagara Falls 73,490 1 1 

Point Edward 16,728 34 

Riverside 197,352 77 

Sarnia 143,393 00 

Sioux Lookout 25,000 00 

Stamford Township 95,765 50 

Sudbury 138,544 50 

Tilbury 43,236 48 

Walkerville 297,879 79 

Windsor 890,190 25 

2,708,618 20 

(20) Hydro-Electric Power Commission of On- 

tario. 
Guarantees given by the Province in 
respect of bond and other liabilities as- 
sumed by and bonds issued by the Com- 
mission: 
Re Ontario Power Company. 

Borrowings from the Bank of Montreal 
in connection with construction of the 
third pipe line 1,200,000 00 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 5 (a) 
Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province, of Ontario — Continued 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures of 
the Commission given in purchase of the 
Capital Stock of the Ontario Power Com- 
pany, due 1st August, 1957 8,000,000 00 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Debentures 
(due in 1941), issued by the Commission 
for the purpose of retiring debentures of 
the Ontario Power Company, which 
matured in 1921 ' 3,200,000 00 

First Mortgage Bonds of the Ontario 
Power Company, due 1st February, 1943 8,980,000 00 

First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds of 
the Ontario Transmission Co., Limited, 

due 1st May, 1945 1,568,000 00 

22,948,000 00 

Re Essex System. 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures of 
the Commission, due 1st June, 1958 200,000 00 

Ten year 5 per cent. Debentures of the 

Commission, due 1st June, 1928 26,000 00 

226,000 00 

Re Thorold System. 

Fortv veac 4 per cent. Debentures of 

the Commission, du 1st December, 1958 100,000 00 

Re Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway. 

Fortv vear 4^/^ per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1 t April, 1960 2,100,000 00 

Fortv year 6 per cent. Debentures of 
the Commission, due 1st Julv, 1961 900,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st September, 1943.. . 966,205 00 

3,966,205 00 

Re Port Credit and St. Catharines Railway. 

Fiftv vear 5 per cent. Bonds of the 

Comm'ission, due 1st November, 1969 500,000 00 

Re Toronto Power Company. 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st December, 1940, 
given in part purchase of the Capital 
Stock of the Toronto Power Company. . 619,000 00- 

4j^ per cent. Guaranteed Debenture 
Stock of the Toronto Power Conipanv, 
due 1st Mav, 1941 '. 11,822,632 29 

12,441,632 29 

Re Toronto and York Radial Railway Com- 
pany and the Schombergand Aurora 

Railwa}' Co. 
Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st December, 1940, 
given in purchase of the Capital Stock of 
the Toronto and York Radial Railway 
Co., and the Schomberg and Aurora 

Railwav Co 2,375,000 00 

42,556,837 29 

46,814,226 61 



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25 



Statement No. 6 (a) 
BANK BALANCES, 31st OCTOBER, 1923 



Commerce 

Dominion 

Hamilton 

Home 

Imperial 

Merchants 

Molsons 

Montreal 

Montreal, Carlton Branch 

Montreal, London, England 

Nova Scotia 

Ottawa 

Royal 

Royal, Yonge and Richmond 

Standard 

Sterling 

Toronto 

Union : . 

Balance of Reception Hospital for Insane 
Fund 

Less Balance of Federal Subsidy for Agricul- 
ture in Special Account 



6,055 
1,743, 
871, 
1,235 
1,305 
18, 

77: 

331 
657 
108 
216 

1,026 
295 
962 
952 
846 

1,107 
577 



902 83 
304 83 
420 36 
242 15 
389 49 
553 88 
318 50 
654 95 
806 85 
328 97 
237 91 
,488 51 
212 12 
,124 34 
,991 49 
,106 91 
,211 60 
,994 17 



18,389,289 86 
2,768 28 



18,392,058 14 
95,270 88 



18,296,787 26 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Statement No. 6 (b) 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

Deposits 

To October 31st, 1922 $2,535,000 00 

" " 1923 10,550,000 00 

Total $13,085,000 GO 

Investments 

Agricultural Development Board, Debentures $3,988,000 00 

" " " Bonds 200,000 00 

Farm Loans 279,639 01 

Loans "AE" 2,300,000 00 

Treasury Bills "J" 1,000,000 00 

Deposited in Consolidated Revenue 5,317,360 99 

Total , $13,085,000 00 



1922-23 



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27 



Statement No. 7 
SINKING FUNDS 

Sinking Funds of the Province of Ontario, showing the amount invested to 

October 31st, 1923. 



Loan 


Nature of Investment 


Sterling 


Currency 


£422,549^-10 
Zy^ per cent. 

£319,692-16-4 
4 per cent. 

£171,454-12-8 
4J^ per cent. 


Amount invested in inscribed stock to October 
31st, 1923 


£ s. d. 
159,713-4-8 

144,225-0-11 

43,262-0-10 


$ c. 

777,271 06 

701,895 21 


. 


210,541 93 






347,200-6-5 


1,689,708 20 



General Sinking Fund for Ontario Government Loans 
R. S. O. 1914, Cap. 21, Sec. 4 



Amount of stock held by the Treasurer of Ontario, to October 31st, 1923 $5,465,600 00 

Accrued interest (see Statement Xo. 2 — page 16) 331,214 50 



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$5,796,814 50 



Statement No. 8 

TEMISKAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY 

Expenditure to October 31st, 1923 

Amount charged to Capital Account to October 31st, 1922. 

See Public Accounts, 1922— Statement No. 7 $25,653,675 02 

Advances by Government during Fiscal Year ending October 3l3t, 192 3 2,421,152 40 

Total charged to Capital Account of Railway to October 31st, 1923 $28,074,827 42 



28 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 9 

MUNICIPAL SECURITIES 

Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of Ontario to 
October 31st, 1923, with interest (8 Edw. VII, Cap. 51) 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Amount 


Cities — 

Belleville 


1,595 
1,637 
1,677 
1,871 
1,980 
2,408 

1,759 
1,766 
1,771 
1,777 
1,838 
2,304 

499 

736 

776 

B 822 

62 
63 

570 
486 

409 
410 
442 
443 
479 
480 

731 
1,392 

639 
640 
641 
659 
666 
673 
675 
685 
687 
715 
717 
747 
784 

139 
194 
201 
210 
217 
239 


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10,795 77 
11,460 30 
10,711 55 
13.117 10 
1,514 57 
2,197 64 


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6,098 84 

11,832 74 

12,922 68 

6,461 17 

3,892 46 

11,243 88 






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10,008 41 


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32,175 82 

7,886 Si 
5,031 75 








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1,368 49 
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6.495 69 
1,845 49 
1.488 86 
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1,662 90 


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32,111 95 


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4,617 78 


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2,531 02 

6,119 48 

1,588 66 

2,644 93 

2.145 40 

960 58 

995 U 

3,043 57 

1,358 24 

577 42 

714 83 

1,243 18 

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6,805 15 
2.418 48 
7.255 96 

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7,318 83 


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Statement No. 9 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES— Continued 



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254 


1,351 21 




259 


613 02 




271 


999 68 




272 


530 34 




275 


2,652 32 




293 


6,542 32 




303 


2,166 37 




308 


802 10 




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355 


477 25 


51,151 35 






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404 


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408 


2,185 02 




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94 30 




533 


27 34 




547 


13 74 




548 


37 82 




536 


336 62 


6,740 48 




/:? 


4,229 95 




100 


1,960 17 




114 


3,490 20 


9,680 32 






404 

677 




356 56 


27,986 52 




724 


7,225 59 




737 


3,537 03 




766 


5,197 34 




824 


17,287 23 




875 


9,387 99 




889 


4,625 02 




904 


155 01 




905 


142 08 




909 


3,973 70 




912 


5,739 80 




918 


11,937 27 




924 


524 28 




946 


7,081 97 




961 


2,297 25 




967 


186 54 




993 


1,406 75 




994 


4,590 40 




1,001 


75 36 




1,003 


1,770 41 




1,029 


2,212 19 




1,065 


6,477 74 




1,066 


1,528 53 




1,088 


1,745 83 




1,089 


508 71 




1,122 


603 57 




1,129 


4,022 78 




1,139 


3,363 88 




1,146 


1,155 18 




1,154 


2,413 66 




1,197 


2,328 93 





30 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 9 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES— Concluded 



Municipality 



Townships — Continued 
Barton 



Carr 

CoUingwood 
Etobicoke. . . 

Logan 

O'Connor. . . 
Mclrvine. . . 
Saltfleet 



Counties — 
Lincoln . . 



Welland. 



By-law 



1,210 
1,219 
1,243 
1,254 
1,257 
1,294 
1,327 
1,301 



9 
1,028 
432 
31 
160 
647 
648 
683 



547 
567 
586 
601 
602 
604 
605 
620 
619 
625 
637 
649 
672 
692 
693 
677 
708 

928 
968 



Amount 



$ c. 

7,699 25 

1,341 23 

2,361 49 

3,542 91 

670 77 

459 76 

2,203 06 

919 19 



4,244 22 

4,931 09 

437 84 



18,220 12 

32,313 61 

28,120 25 

5,919 88 

3,551 96 

21,180 03 

29,180 45 

23,876 13 

19,251 35 

14,233 29 

30,106 72 

10,419 88 

5,357 76 

3,492 26 

2,598 50 

4,116 92 

6,816 52 



29,955 65 
15,299 24 



Amount 



$ c. 



160,686 20 
331 11 
9,387 08 
6,153 76 
6,499 91 
782 65 
1,260 64 



9,613 15 



258,755 63 

45,254 89 
831,212 22 



1922-23 



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31 



Statement No. 10 

RAILWAY AID AND ANNUITIES 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer 
of the Province for Aid to Railways and Annuities 



Year 


Railway Aid 
Certificates 


Annuities 


Year . 


Railway Aid 
Certificates 


Annuities 


1923 


$ c. 


$ c. 
51,450 00 
96,200 00 
82,500 00 
69,350 00 
56,950 00 
50.700 00 
50,700 00 
50,700 00 
43,700 00 
32,700 00 
28,700 00 
28,700 00 
24,700 00 
16,700 00 
9,200 00 
2,850 00 


Forward 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 


$ c. 

2,054,065 86 
67,943 75 
31,818 40 
24,920 51 
22,695 08 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
6,871 26 
699 60 


$ c. 

695,800 00 


1924 


139,112 54 

139,112 54 

139,112 54 

139,112 54 

139,112 54 

139,112 54 

138,412 94 

134,914 94 

127,918 94 

125,120 54 

123,021 74 

111,128 54 

105,090 01 

94,459 80 

90,961 80 

86,122 35 

82,239 02 




1925 




1926 




1927 




1928 




1929 




1930 




1931 




1932 




1933 




1934 




1935 




1936 




1937 




1938 




1939 




1940 












Forward 


2,054,065 86 


695,800 00 


Totals 


2,282,021 90 


695,800 GO 



Note. — Present value of Railway certificates, October 31st, 1923 (interest P^ 

per cent, half yearly) 1,710,784 89 

Present value of Annuities, October 31st, 1923 (interest V/4 per cent. 

half yearly) 589,459 31 



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34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 11 (b) 
Aid to Railways from Confederation to October 31st, 1923 



Name of Railway 



Miles 



Rate 



Subsidy Voted 



Algoma Eastern 

Algoma Central & Hudson Bay. . . . 

Bay of Quinte 

Belleville and North Hastings 

Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell 

Bruce Mines & Algoma 

Canada Central : 



Canada Southern . 
Central Counties. 



Central Ontario 

Cobourg, Peterboro' & Marmora 

Credit \'alley 

Canada Atlantic 

Erie & Huron 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay & Lake Erie. 
Grand Junction 



G.T.R. Assignee of Magnetawan River Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific 

Hamilton and North Western 



Hamilton & Lake Erie 

Huntsville & Lake of Bays. . . 
Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa. 

James Bay 

Kingston & Pembroke 



Lake Simcoe Junction 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon & Pontypool. 

London, Huron & Bruce 

Montreal & Ottawa 

Midland 



North Simcoe 

Northern Extension. 



Ontario & Rainy River 

Ontario, Belmont & Northern. . . . 
Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound, 

Pembroke Southern 

Prince Arthur's Landing 

Prince Edward County 

Port Dover & Lake Huron 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Western . . 

Parry Sound Colonization 

Stratford & Lake Huron 

Toronto, Grey & Bruce 



Toronto & Nipissing. 



Tillsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific. 

Thessalon & Northern 

Victoria 



Wellington, Grey & Bruce 

Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay 

Ottawa & New York (International Bridge) . . . 
Dominion Bridge Co. (Interprovincial Bridge). 



53. 

99.81 

28.45 

22. 

33.27 

17. 

20.029 

20. 

7.531 

62.901 

31. 

7. 

50.500 

9.37 

153.061 
65.72 
40.556 
79.3 
45.86 
20. 
1.86 

188.16 
95.464 
48.052 
33.48 
1.50 
44.77 
3.70 
20. 
15. 
11.58 
13.74 
28.42 
26.50 
17.53 
69.146 
50. 
20.40 
19.60 
14.53 
33.343 
42.72 
27.68 

268.20 
9.57 

149.43 
18.50 
5.995 
32. 
63. 
80. 
47.75 
27.5 
73.52 
77.62 
33.439 
12.778 
19.108 
1.929 
33.442 
22.310 

120.638 
45.745 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,650 00 
3,250 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
certificates 
certificates 



265 

199 

85 

66 

66 

51 

53 

53 

19 

125 

62 

8 

151 

1 

459 

262 

81 

158 

137 

40 

10 

376 

238 

144 

66 

10 

134 

14 

40 

39 

37 

96 

237 

53 

52 

138 

100 

40 

44 

58 

83 

85 

110 

1,072 

19 

448 

55 

11 

80 

126 

240 

143 

55 

220 

155 

66 

38 

38 

5 

133 

178 

241 

91, 

35, 

50, 



c. 

,000 00 
,620 00 
,350 00 
,000 00 
,540 00 
000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,957 15 
,802 00 
,000 00 
,400 00 
,500 00 
,740 00 
,183 00 
,880 00 
112 00 
,600 00 
580 00 
000 00 
,000 00 
320 00 
,660 00 
156 00 
960 00 
000 00 
310 00 
800 00 
000 00 
,750 00 
635 00 
180 00 
,360 00 
000 00 
,590 00 
,292 00 
,000 00 
,800 00 
,100 00 
,120 00 
,357 50 
,440 00 
,720 00 
,800 00 
,140 00 
,290 00 
,500 00 
,990 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,250 00 
,000 00 
,560 00 
,240 00 
,878 00 
,334 00 
,216 00 
,000 00 
,768 00 
,480 00 
,276 00 
490 00 
,000 00 
000 00 



Totals 2,836.007 



8,084,026 65 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



35 



Statement No. 12 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Goyernment Stationery and Paper Account, showing purchases and distribution! 
for the twelve months ended October 31st, 1923, and the balances 
of Stationery and Paper Stock on hand 



Dr. 



Stationery Stock on hand November 1st, 1922. 
Stationery stock purchased during 1922-23. 

Printing during 1922-23 

Binding " " 



Contract Paper on hand November 1st, 1922. 
" " purchased during 1922-23.. . . 



Cr. 

Distribution to Departments: 
Stationery 



Printing. 
Binding. 



In course of distribution : — 

Stationery 1,369 36 

Printing 8,728 61 

Binding 247 84 



Stationery Stock on hand October 31st, 1923, as per 
inventory 



Depreciation of Stationery 

Contract Paper distributed to Departments 

" " in course of distribution 

« " on hand October 31st, 1923, as per 

inventory 

Adjusting entry re contract paper 



Cash receipts: — 

Stationery , 

Contract Paper 

Printing and binding Public Accounts. 



Insurance on Fire Loss of Stationery Paper Stock. 
" " " Contract Paper 



Loss by fire. Stationery Paper Stock. 
" " Contract Paper 



Shortage . 



242,357 02 

231,794 41 

19,395 16 



276,152 46 

253,344 14 

19,399 94 



10,345 81 
37,823 82 



1,028 36 

18,016 92 
31,522 21 



6,679 62 

600 30 

1,059 32 



615 75 
2,681 79 



672 82 
2,930 31 



118,085 52 



493,546 59 
66,158 80 
37,778 66 



548,896 54 



48,169 63 

2,353 65 

49,839 36 



50,567 49 

8,339 24 
3,297 54 
3,603 13 



Distribution of stationery, printing and paper during 

1922-23 ., 

Purchases of stationery, paper, etc., during 1922-23 



Excess of distributions over purchases. 
For details of purchases see pages O 4-6. 



715,569 57 



715,066 58 



502 99 



598,735 90 
531,325 25 



67,410 65 



36 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 13 
PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND— Fiscal Year 1923 
10-11 Geo. V, Cap. 4 



Balance on hand November 1st, 1922 

Employees' Contributions 

Government " 

" " Sheriffs, 12-13 Geo. V, cap. 5, sec. 3 

Interest for one year on fund as at October 31st, 1922 (563,718.55) 

" on Employees' Contributions 

" Government " 

Allowances paid 

Refunds of Contributions under sec. 9 

Lump sum payments under sec. 7 

" " sec 8 

sec. 18 

sec. 19 

Interest on Refunds under sec. 9 

" Lump Sum Payments under sec. 7 

sec. 8 

Interest allowed Government on payments 

Balance at credit of Fund October 31st, 1923 



135,535 51 

24,434 81 

806 48 

1,568 89 

1,635 71 

1,881 30 

1,072 19 

36 32 

68 05 

3,160 13 

878,670 17 



1,048,869 56 



563,718 55 

233,161 47 

208,726 66 

5,969 68 

28,185 92 

4,553 64 

4,553 64 



1,048,869 56 



1922-23 



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37 



Statement No. 14 (a) 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Revenue from Board of License Commissioners and Ontario Provincial Police, 

Fiscal Year 1923 



Dispensaries 


% c. 

800,000 00 

5,400 00 

15 00 

8 00 

359,345 80 

71,649 58 

186 04 

12,559 27 


% c. 


Native Wine Permits 




Vendors' License Fees 

Standard Hotel Fees 




Fines, O.T.A 




Confiscated Liquor 

Sundries ... 




Constables' Fees 


1,249,163 69 







Statement No. 14 (b) 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

INSURANCE BRANCH 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Ontario Insurance Act: — 

Dominion Licensees 


% c. 

55,405 00 
3,050 00 
8,790 01 
2,885 00 

44,239 80 
1,597 49 
3,232 83 


$ c. 


Underwriters' Agencies 




Ontario Licensees 




Friendly Societies Register 




Insurance Agents and Brokers 




Tax on Premiums 




Miscellaneous .• 






119,200 13 


Loan and Trust Corporations Act: — 

Loan Companies Register 


5,415 00 
500 00 

5,475 00 
580 65 


Loaning Land Companies Register 




Trust Companies Register 




Miscellaneous 






11,970 65 
362 50 


Money Lenders Act: — 

Registry 












131,533 28 



38 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 15 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Sub-Department 



Provincial Model Schools. 
Toronto and Ottawa . . . 

Departmental Exams 



Public Institutions. 



Federal Grants — 
Technical Education . 



Miscellaneous. . 



Particulars 



Fees from Model Schools. 

Fees 

Appeals 

Ontario School for Deaf. . 
Ontario School for Blind.. 
Northern Academy 



Subventions from the Dominion of 
Canada, for the purpose of promoting 
and assisting Technical Education 



School Acts, Manuals, Waste Paper, 
Refunds, etc 



Amount 



92,276 97 
1,677 05 



14,934 56 
20,395 63 
20,034 75 



Total 



16,535 00 



93,954 02 



55,364 94 



300,643 14 



16,888 83 
483,385 93 



1922-23 



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39 



Statement No. 16 (a) 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Service 



Land Collections 

Crown Lands — 

Agricultural 

Townsites 

Clergy Lands 

Common School Lands . . 

Grammar School Lands 

University Lands 



Rent — 

Crown Leases 

Algonquin Provincial Park 
Rondeau Provincial Park. . 
Temagami Leases 



Woods and Forests 

Bonus 

Timber dues , 

Ground Rent 

Transfer Fees 

Fire Protection 

Parks — 

Algonquin Provincial Park 

Rondeau Provincial Park 

Quetico Provincial Park 

Casual Fees 

Cullers' Fees 

Forest Reserves Guides' Fees 



Refunds 

Forest Ranging 

Clearing Townsites and Removing Fire Hazards 

Fire Ranging 

Surveys 

Litigation of Constitutional and other Questions 

Agents' Salaries and Disbursements 

Forest Reserves 

Display at Toronto Exhibition . . 

Reforestation 

Contingencies 



84,936 07 
22,964 19 



134 00 
1,418 89 

196 00 
1,806 89 



107,900 26 



3,555 78 



82,140 27 
2,200 74 
3,291 00 
1,138 84 



931,013 87 

1,152,068 90 

97,545 08 

7,915 15 

196,888 44 



6,996 83 

1,841 20 

470 93 



1,320 41 
404 00 
134 00 



89,450 93 

1,826 74 

1,312 95 

1,598 43 

1,807 31 

350 40 

182 50 

32 60 

25 00 

8 58 



111,456 04 



?,770 85 



2,385,431 44 



9,308 96 



1,858 41 



96,595 44 
2,693,421 14 



40 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 16 (b) 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT BRANCH 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Section 1 (B) Roads — Sale of supplies, camp buildings and equipment; refunds.. 

Section 1 (D) Assistance of SETTLERS^Cash sales of feed and notes retired 

Section 2 (1) Seed Grain — Cash sales and notes retired 

Section 2 (1) Agricultural Implements — Cash sales and notes retired 

Section 2 (2) Purchase of Cattle Account — Payment on account of note 

Clause 5 (1-12) Soldiers' Settlement Account — Note retired (Kapuskasing 
Colony), (sale of buildings, Shackleton Colony) 

Settlers' Loan Account — Repayment on account of loans 



2,649 29 

24,052 69 

20,131 43 

1,288 10 

15 00 

19,859 11 



67,995 62 
110,956 37 

178,951 99 



1922-23 



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41 



Statement No. 17 (a) 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Service 



Mining Sales. 



Rent — 

Mining Leases 

Licenses of Occupation , 



Royalties 

Fuel Investigation. 
Boring Permits. . . . 



Sand and Gravel Royalty. 
Sand and Gravel Licenses. 



Miners' Licenses. 

Permits 

Recording Fees.. 



Mining Tax Act — 

Acreage Tax 

Profit Tax 

Gas Tax 



Casual Fees 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories, fees. 

Cable Testing Machine, fees 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office, fees. 

Draughtsman, North Bay, maps 

Chemical and Assay, fees 

Alberta Coal, freight 



Refunds — 

Contingencies 

Explorations and Investigations. 



9,562 90 
6,010 48 



30,043 07 



15,573 38 



1,746 26 

2,594 2,2, 

200 00 



80,742 26 
3,817 68 



42,161 92 

3,350 00 

47,567 05 



31,318 31 

253,126 18 

15,768 50 



6,304 40 

19,252 60 

1,126 00 

970 00 

413 45 

1,160 00 

4,973 45 



583 41 
80 00 



% c. 



45,616 45 



4,540 59 



84,559 94 



93,078 97 



300,212 99 



34,199 90 



663 41 

562,872 25 



42 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 17 (b) 

DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 
(Under Minister of Mines) 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Game 

Royalty 

Indian Coupons 

Trappers' Coupons 

Trappers' Licenses 

Non- Resident Hunting Licenses. . . 

Resident Deer Licenses 

Resident Moose Licenses 

Fur Dealers' Licenses 

Fur Farmers' Permits 

Tanners' Licenses 

Game Dealers' Licenses 

Hotel and Restaurant Licenses, etc 

Cold Storage Licenses 

Guides' Licenses 

Fines 

Sales 



Fisheries 



Fishing Licenses. 

Royalty 

Angling Permits. 

Fines 

Sales 

Miscellaneous. . . 



Total. 



$ c. 

,313 42 
,199 00 
,360 00 
,227 05 
,175 00 
,633 50 
,490 00 
,001 80 
,463 00 
190 00 
454 00 
408 00 
140 00 
,068 00 
,552 48 
,801 84 



115,930 00 

29,878 51 

77,856 75 

3,602 81 

1,452 02 

8,950 90 



$ c. 



383,477 09 



237,670 99 
621,148 08 



1922-23 



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43 



Statement No. 18 (a) 

PUBLIC HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 
(UNDER MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS) 

ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Federal Repayments 

County Repayments — Constructions . 

Tile Drain 

Sale of Equipment 

Refunds not classified 

Town and City Repayments 



Total Capital Revenue. 



County Repayments (Maintenance) 

Cement sacks refunds 

Sale cement and stone 

Freight and demurrage, refunds. . . . 

Rental of Eiquipment 

Gas Pump Privilege 

Sale of maps 

Sign Permits 



Total Ordinary Revenue . 
Total 



705,048 24 

883,376 96 

8,487 85 

784 61 

4,001 58 

50,828 84 



54,248 20 

84,168 29 

4,523 79 

1,185 00 

84,354 86 

45 00 

251 68 

1,142 00 



1,652,528 08 



229,918 82 



1,882,446 90 



Statement No. 18 (b) 

PUBLIC HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 
(UNDER MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS; 

MOTOR VEHICLES BRANCH (HIGHWAYS) 
Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Automobile Permits 

Commercial Permits T 

Trailer Permits 

Motor Cycle Permits 

Automobile Dealers' Permits 

Motor Cycle Dealers' Permits 

Commercial Dealers' Permits 

Chauffeurs 

Non-Professional Chauffeurs 

Duplicate Badges and Markers 

Transfers 

In Transits 

Garages 

Certificates 14 00 

Fines 2,660 48 

Lists _. 5,181 88 

Telephone commission 11 33 

Balance due on 1922 permits 121 03 

Less — 

Commission deducted by Agents 

Express charges paid by Agents 

Balance due by Agents October 31st, 1923 

Cheques charged back by Provincial 

Treasurer 



$ c. 

3,596,097 35 

590,895 00 

3,521 15 

16,933 00 

35,804 50 

79 00 

3,229 00 

31,526 00 

26 00 

37 25 

55,332 00 

8,781 00 

17,022 50 



7,988 72 



59,160 65 

36 46 

10,406 59 

1,659 45 



4,367,272 47 



71,263 15 



4,296,009132 



44 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 19 (a) 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



Private Kniplo\'mcnt Agcnc\' 

Uoniinion Sugar Co 

R A Stapells 


Fees 


$ c. 

325 00 


Adjustment on loan of tents 


135 00 


Refunded warrant ! 


100 00 


New York Window Cleaners 


Refunded cheque 


5 00 


Ontario Soap & Oil Co 

Royal Bank of Canada 

S. E. Cole 

H. \'ernon & Sons 


Refund on containers 


1 75 


Employment Agency Bonds, Interest 

Rent from Hamilton office 

Duplicate payment 


7 00 

16 67 

7 00 


F"ederal Department of Labour. . . . 
Steam Boiler Branch 


Subvention re employment offices 

Fees . . . 


84,147 70 
16,722 75 


Stationary Engineers' Board 

Factory Inspection Branch 


Fees 

Fines 


22,476 69 
65 30 






Less cancelled cheques. 


124,009 86 
20 00 










123,989 86 



1922-23 



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45 



Statement No. 19 (b) 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued 

MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES COMMISSION 

Amount received from Municipalities during the Fiscal Year 1923 



Amount 
received 
Counties — 

Brant 4,916 50 

Bruce 7,186 50 

Carleton 7,798 50 

Durham and Northumberland. . 11,888 50 

Dufferin 1,209 50 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 11,991 00 

Essex 8.835 50 

Elgin 5,987 50 

Frontenac 4,535 50 

Grey 8,891 50 

Leeds and Grenville 5,197 50 

Hastings 7,270 50 

Haldimand 2,115 00 

Haliburton 1,450 50 

Halton 5,285 00 

Huron 7,036 50 

Kent 6,746 00 

Lennox and Addington 3,130 00 

Lanark 5,637 50 

Lincoln 3,750 00 

Lambton 4,032 50 

Middlesex 5,690 00 

Norfolk 6,018 00 

Ontario 4,922 50 

Oxford 4,946 50 

Peterboro 5,047 00 

Peel 4,839 50 

Prince Edward 2,897 50 

Prescott and Russell 16,984 50 

Perth 2,782 50 

Renfrew 15,562 00 

Simcoe 25,289 00 

Victoria 6,715 00 

Wentworth 4,360 00 

Welland 6,151 50 

Wellington 6,430 50 

Waterloo 8,609 00 

York 27,555 00 



Amoun* 
received 
Cities — 

Brantford 13,361 00 

Belleville 4,655 00 

Chatham 3,430 00 

Fort William 7,645 00 

Guelph 7,676 00 

Gait 6,552 50 

Hamilton 31,434 27 

Kingston 7,975 00 

Kitchener 8,045 00 

London 17,381 50 

Niagara Falls 3,307 50 

Ottawa 63,354 50 

Owen Sound 5,469 00 

Port Arthur 6,661 00 

Peterborough 10,825 00 

Sarnia 4,217 00 

Sault.Ste. Marie 8,055 50 

St. Thomas 4,231 00 

St. Catharines 5,661 00 

Stratford 4,652 00 

Welland 3,319 50 

Woodstock 3,525 00 

Windsor 6,053 00 

Toronto 149,115 00 

Towns — 

Brockville 3,897 00 

Ingersoll 1,622 50 

Prescott 717 50 

St. Marys 1,550 00 

Smith's Falls 3,028 00 

Trenton 409 50 

Walkerville 1,837 50 

Gananoque 872 50 

Indian Reserves 1,407 SO 

$681,634 77 



46 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (a) 
PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 
INTEREST ACCOUNT 
Interest received during Fiscal Year 1923 



From whom received 



Nature of Investments 



Amount 



Department of Finance, Ottawa 



Sundry persons 

Sundry municipalities 

Sundry municipalities 

Town of Sault Ste. Marie 

Agricultural Development Board 

Miscellaneous 

Bank of Commerce 

Dominion Bank 

Bank of Hamilton 

Home Bank 

Imperial Bank 

Merchants Bank 

Molsons Bank 

Bank of Montreal 

Bank of Montreal, Carlton 
Branch 

Bank of Montreal, London , Eng . 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Bank of Ottawa 

Royal Bank 

Royal Bank, Yonge and Rich- 
mond 

Standard Bank 

Sterling Bank 

Bank of Toronto 

Union Bank 



Interest,5%forone year to July 1st, 
1923, on Ontario's proportion of 
Common School collections paid 
over to the Dominion Government 

Interest accrued on subscriptions to 

loans 

Interest on drainage debentures. 

" Ontario Housing Act. . . 

" on debentures 

" on special deposits 



73,578 81 



131,177 82 

53,236 78 

366,876 21 

1,022 90 

21,720 40 

516 55 

28,952 13 

17,827 28 

7,561 71 

21,204 68 

18,821 95 

12,850 70 

14,289 03 

.62,042 52 

18,575 38 
4,757 09 
13,754 79 
14,602 70 
12,243 71 

41,555 23 
21,698 66 
27,417 48 
27,037 06 
10,068 47 



1,023,390 04 



1922-23 



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47 



Statement No. 20 (b) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

LAW STAMPS 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



County or District 



Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey . . . . 

Haldimand 

Haiton 

Hastings 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham. . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterboro 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

\'ictoria 

Waterloo 

Weiland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

Algoma 

Cochrane 

Cochrane 

Kenora 

Manitoulin 

Muskoka 

Nipissing 

Parry Sound 

Rainy River 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Osgoode Hall 

Provincial Secretary's Department 



Distributor 



F. G. Biscoe 

Thos. Dixon 

J. A. Ritchie 

H. Endacott 

John D. Shaw. . . . 

Henry Cla}' 

T. J. Rigney 

M. L. Bishop 

J. W. Sheppard . . 

W. L Dick 

Wm. Carnew. . . . 

B. C. Donnan. . . . 

D. McDonald... . 
Jas. Holmes 

F. W. Willson.... 
J. S. L. McNeely. 

A. E. Baker 

U. M. W'ilson.... 
M. Brennan 

E. H. Lancaster. . 
Edmund Weld . . . 

C. C. Rapelje. . . . 

W. F. Kerr 

J. E. Farewell. . . . 
Robt. N. Ball. . . . 
W. S. Morphy . . . 

G. G. McPherson. 
Geo. J. Sherry. . . 

J. Belanger 

M. R. Allison. . . . 
McLaren Beatty . 

J. R. Cotter 

J. G. Harkness. . . 
J. R. McNeillie... 

D. S. Bowlby 

T. D. Cowper. . . . 
J. M. Kearns. . . . 
Geo. W. Ballard.. 

A. F. Wallis 

T. J. Foster 

John D. Mackav. 
W. L. Warrell..'. . 
C. W. Chadwick., 

C. C. Piatt 

Thos. Johnson . . . 

T. E. McKee 

T. Tasker 

Wm. P. Pilkey... 
A. Irving 

F. L. Smiley 

A. W. Thompson. 
J. H. Carnegie . . . 
Toronto 



Amount 



$3,375 


00 


3,060 


00 


11,875 


50 


1,435 


00 


3,701 


00 


9,782 


00 


2,925 


00 


3,345 


10 


1,535 


50 


2,792 


00 


571 


00 


1,767 


50 


4,090 00 


4,800 


00 


4,303 


25 


2,745 


00 


3,916 


CO 


1,456 


CO 


897 


00 


2,525 


00 


9,000 


00 


1,445 


CO 


5,000 


CO 


3,425 


CO 


2,834 


50 


3,021 


00 


3,637 


50 


2,955 


50 


1:800 


00 


1,325 


00 


3,000 


00 


4,740 


00 


4,880 


00 


2,250 


00 


5,892 


40 


4,054 


25 


5,074 


00 


13,437 


00 


, 52,045 


60 


1,166 


65 


100 


00 


25 


00 


382 


00 


205 


00 


500 


00 


973 


50 


988 


50 


280 00 


400 


00 


1,356 


00 


1,696 


00 


86,243 


00 


25 


00 


$295,054 25 



48 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (c) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

SUCCESSION DUTY 

Succession Duty and Deposits in lieu of Bond, for Fiscal Year 1923 



Deposits in 
lieu of Bond 



Dutv 



Total 



Algoma . . . . 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton . . . 
Dufferin. . . 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac . 

Grey 

Haldimand . 
Halton. . . . 
Hastings . . 
Huron .... 

Kenora 

Kent 

Lambton. . 



Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin 

Middlesex 

Muskoka 

Nipissing 

Xoriolk 

Northumberland and Durham. . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parrv Sound 

Peel '. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell. . . 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarr\- 

Sudbury . . . 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



$10,150 00 



12,400 00 



1,675 00 



2,000 00 
9,500 00 
3,250 00 
100 00 
3,680 00 
2.750 00 



3,000 00 
10,700 00 



1.746 00 



4,000 00 

2,400 00 

950 00 



500 00 
4,025 00 
2,750 00 



6.775 00 
2.800 00 
5,250 00 



1.500 00 

5,720 00 

1.800 00 

10,225 25 

6,878 14 

19,005 00 



135,529 39 



43 
10 
15 
95 



$3,598 19 

53,430 20 

15,697 44 

558,889 38 

1,200 00 

3,345 36 

196,730 55 

70,905 19 

39,811 53 

1,059 41 

8,522 49 

5,391 
15,225 

3,702 
52,101 
58,160 05 

7,923 24 
54,148 15 

6,261 10 

24,081 94 

44 43 

271,139 92 

723 32 

1,284 56 
41,638 81 
29,086 52 
21,176 55 
13,925 

3,221 

3,622 

2,973 
27,471 42 
29,215 07 

4,544 70 
38,376 33 

9,140 92 
22,914 27 

4,694 13 
16,571 16 
10,847 24 
72,533 93 
57,855 54 
27,672 07 
15,463 38 
224,873 54 
1,591,536 11 



49 
65 
11 
17 



3.722,731 19 



$3,598 19 

63,580 20 

15,697 44 

571,289 38 

1,200 00 

3,345 36 

198,405 55 

70,905 19 

39,811 53 

1,059 41 
10,522 49 
14,891 43 
18,475 10 

3,802 15 
55,781 95 
60,910 05 

7,923 24 

57,148 15 

16,961 10 

24.C81 94 

44 43 

272,885 92 

723 32 

1,284 56 
41,638 81 
33,086 52 
23,576 55 
14,875 49 

3,221 65 

3,622 11 

3,473 17 
31,496 42 
31,965 07 

4,544 70 
45,151 33 
11.940 92 
28.164 27 

4,694 13 
16,571 16 
10,847 24 
74,033 93 
63,575 54 
29,472 07 
25,688 63 
231,751 68 
1,610,541 11 



3,858,260 58 



1922-23 



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49 



Statement No. 20 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 27, with Amendments 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



From whom received 



Life Insurance Cos. 



Fire Insurance Cos. 



/Etna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Canada Life Assurance Co 

Capital Life Assurance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 

Confederation Life Association 

Commonwealth Life & Accident Insurance 

Co : 

Continental Life Insurance Co 

Crown Life Insurance Co 

Dominion Life Assurance Co 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., Ltd 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the 

U.S. 

Equity Life Insurance Co. of Canada 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co 

Great West Life Assurance Co. .^ 

Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada.. . . 

La Sauvegarde Life Insurance Co 

London & Scottish Assurance Corpn., Ltd. 

London Life Insurance Co 

Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.^. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., ?sew York 
Monarch Life Assurance Co 

Mutual Life & Citizens Assurance Co., Ltd. 

Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

JNIutual Life Assurance Co. of New York. . 

National Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . . 

New York Life Insurance Co 

North American Life Assurance Co 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Co.. 

Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . . 

Ontario Equitable Life & Accident Insur- 
ance Co 

Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of London. . . 

Policy Holders' Mutual Life Insurance 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America 

Re-Insurance Co. of Canada 

Royal Guardians 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd 

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society.. 

Security Life Insurance Co 

Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . . 

Standard Life Assurance Co 

Star Assurance Society . ■ • 

State Life Insurance Co. of Indianapolis.. . 

Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Travellers' Life Assurance Co. of Canada . 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co 

United States Life Insurance Co. of the 
City of New York 

T. Eaton Life Assurance Co 



Acadia Fire Insurance Co 

Agricultural Insurance Co. of Watertown 

^ N.Y 

.^tna Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd 



Carried forward. 



6,081 05 

30,301 98 

1,223 05 

29 47 

16,012 55 

358 65 

3,590 88 

6,121 21 

12,009 97 

100 00 



3,169 


69 


1,.S45 


20 


6,584 


26 


24,319 


30 


20,073 


/5 


575 


87 


2.479 


50 


35,747 


46 


19,614 


90 


76,323 


39 


1.451 


38 


1,622 


31 


36.552 


83 


5,460 


86 


2,718 


80 


12,452 


52 


11,773 


62 


169 


16 


4,478 


67 


2,677 


88 


602 


70 


865 


94 


48,257 


90 


178 


54 


403 


98 


1.702 


23 


100 


00 


519 


84 


943 


70 


3,900 


58 


48 


52 


222 


30 


42,671 


55 


8,134 


94 


1,541 


01 


256 


96 



187 75 
1,262 11 



591 35 

578 91 

2,213 24 

1,601 2,2> 



4,984 83 



457,420 71 



457,420 71 



50 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




Fire Insurance Cos, 
— Continued 



Brought forward . 



Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia. . . . 

American Central Insurance Co 

American Equitable Assurance Co. of New 
York 

American Insurance Co. of Newark 

Atlas Insurance Co., Ltd 

Beaver Fire Insurance Co 

British America Assurance Co 

British Colonial Fire Insurance Co 

British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd. 

British General Insurance Co., Ltd 

British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co. . . 

British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd 

British Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd 

Caledonian Insurance Co 

Caledonian American Insurance Co. of 
New York 

Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co .... 

Canada National Fire Insurance Co 

California Insurance Co., of San Francisco. 

Canada Security Assurance Co 

Canadian Fire Insurance Co 

Canadian Lumbermen's Insurance Ex- 
change 

Car & General Insurance Corporation, Ltd 

Century Insurance Co., Ltd 

Columbia Insurance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd. . . . 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Continental Insurance Co. of New York. . . 

Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd 

Dominion Fire Insurance Co 

Dominion of Canada Guarantee and Acci- 
dent Insurance Co 

Eagle Star & British Dominions Ins. Co. . . 

Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. . . 

Ensign Insurance Company 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corp., Ltd. 

Equitable Fire & Marine Ins. Co 

Essex & Suffolk Equitable Ins. Society, Ltd. 

Fidelity-Phenix Fire Ins. Co. of New York. 

Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 

Firemen's Fund Insurance Co 

Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J. . 

Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 

General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 

General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance 
Corporation, Ltd 

General Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

Girard Fire & Marine Insurance Co 

Glens Falls Insurance Co 

Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Co 

Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 

Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co... 

Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd., of London.. 

Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada 



Carried forward . 



4,984 83 

915 63 

287 87 

676 00 
284 18 

2,881 77 
22 75 

4,535 79 
640 97 

2,567 05 
375 67 
603 24 
926 97 

1,640 15 

1,866 03 

253 80 
495 33 
795 93 
436 33 
272 49 
' 1,344 60 

152 58 

473 01 
1,560 31 
1,271 61 
3,648 78 

554 05 
1,869 05 

162 79 
3,609 29 

689 96 
1,792 43 
1,526 54 

147 83 
7,325 53 

270 97 

315 25 

1.809 71 
1,253 55 

550 73 

343 05 

75 53 

207 76 

1,924 71 
368 93 
4 53 
1,683 81 
6,158 30 
4,978 09 

1.810 01 
4,765 45 
1,579 11 



457,420 71 



79,690 63 457,420 71 



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51 



Statement No. 20 (d) 
PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


79,690 63 

2,463 16 
3,507 20 
8,996 74 
6,506 26 
723 33 

1,431 83 

5,816 76 

836 75 

1,379 23 

5,057 34 

1,935 64 

6,270 35 

2,109 03 

5,353 91 

1,719 16 

389 36 

884 01 

7,248 68 

523 36 

1,620 00 

766 08 

544 54 

582 80 

82 83 

1,388 81 

3,356 14 

1,220 63 

1,234 19 

1,057 94 
380 21 
288 30 

1,631 50 
260 31 
347 86 

2,095 63 
514 27 

3,957 83 
927 93 
654 25 

5.173 98 
847 78 

1,682 56 
6,574 35 
1,077 43 
6,802 30 
1,147 43 

737 12 
1,206 54 

304 60 
1,250 45 
3,231 04 
1,185 28 

436 36 


457 4''0 71 


Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 


Great American Fire Insurance Co 

Hand-in-Hand Insurance Co 






Hartford Fire Insurance Co 






Home Insurance Co. of New York 

Hudson Bay Insurance Co 






Imperial Underwriters' Corporation of 
Canada 






Insurance Co. of North America 






Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania. 
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd. . . 
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. 

Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co 

London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. . 
London Assurance Corporation 






London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd.. 

London Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Lumber Underwriters 






Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance 

Merchants Fire Insurance Co. ........ . 






Manufacturing Lumbermen's Underwriters 
Merchants Fire Ass. Corp. of New York. . . 
Mercantile Fire Insurance Co 






Merchants' Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. . . . 
Millers' National Insurance Co 






Monarch Fire Insurance Co 






Motor Union Insurance Co 






Mount Royal Assurance Co 






National Ben. Franklin Fire Insurance Co. 

National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford.. . 

National Union Fire Insurance Co of 

Pittsburg 






National Benefit Assurance Co. (for 1922). 
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd.. . . 
National Fire Ins. Co. of Paris 






New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co 

New Jersey Insurance Co 






Niagara Fire Insurance Co 






Newark Fire Insurance Co 






North British 8c Mercantile Insurance Co.. 
North Empire Fire Ins. Co 






North-West Fire Insurance Co 






Northern Assurance Co 






Northwestern Mutual Fire Assurance 

Northwestern National Insurance Co. of 
Milwaukee 






Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd. 
Occidental Fire Insurance Co 






Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corp., Ltd. . 
Pacific Fire Insurance Co. of New York.. . 
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 






Palatine Insurance Co 






Patriotic Assurance Co 






Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 






Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of London.. . . 

Pha?nix Insurance Cos of Hartford 

Phmix Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

Carried forward 






197,421 00 


457,420 71 



52 



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Xo. 1 



Statement No. 20 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


S c. 






Brought Forward 


197,421 00 

853 91 

1,384 78 

1,966 63 

2.175 59 

4,498 52 

803 96 

474 38 

52 97 

2,117 91 

7.233 36 
632 04 

2.381 95 

440 41 
1,373 59 
1,329 21 

248 06 
1,721 23 

330 02 
1,114 23 
3,834 37 

427 68 
'1,240 31 
2,751 75 

699 21 
2,984 62 

341 81 

373 36 

1.234 25 
1,280 89 
1,651 66 
1,325 16 
6,230 21 

257 79 

214 52 

2,535 58 


457,420 71 


Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 


Providence Washington Insurance Co 

Provident Assurance Co 






Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd 






Queen City Fire Insurance Co 






Queen Insurance Co. of America 






Queensland Insurance Co 






Quebec Fire Assurance Co 






Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada 

Roj'al Exchange Assurance 






Roval Insurance Co., Ltd 






Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd 

St. Paul Fire & Alarine Insurance Co 

Scottish Canadian Assurance Corp 

Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co 

Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. . 

Security Insurance Co. .of Xew Haven 

Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co. . . 
Sterling Fire Insurance Co. of Indiana. . . . 
Stuvvesant Insurance Co 






Sun Insurance Office 






Tokio Alarine & Fire Ins. Co. 






Toronto Casualty, Fire & Marine Ins. Co. 
Union Assurance Society, Ltd., of London. 
Union Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 






Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd. . . 

Underwriters at American Lloyds 

United British Insurance Co., Ltd 

United States Fire Ins. Co 






Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Wellington Fire Ins. Co. (Mutual & Stock) 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co 

Western Assurance Co 






Yang-Tze Insurance Association, Ltd 

Yang-Tze Insurance Assoc, Ltd., for 1922. 
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd 






American & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. 

American Surety Co. of New York 

Autocar Fire & Accident Ins. Co., Ltd 

Automobile Insurance Co 


7=^5 Q16 92 


Miscellaneous Insur- 
ance Cos 


80 37 

114 48 

405 32 

190 59 

710 00 

1,178 29 

1,051 91 

■518 72 

1,523 85 

532 83 

5,418 12 

3 00 

481 03 

122 30 

3,841 12 
276 79 






Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Can. 
Canada Accident and Fire Assurance Co.. . 
Canadian Surety Co 






Casualty Co. of Canada 






Continental Casualty Co 






Dominion Greshara Guarantee & Casualty 
Co 




'* 


Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident 
Insurance Co 






Excess Insurance Co., Ltd 






Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York .... 
Fidelitv Insurance Co. of Canada 






General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 
General Animals Insurance Co. of Can. . . . 

Carried forward 






16,448 72 


713,357 63 









1922-23 



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53 



Statement No. 20 (d) 
PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CORPORATIONS TAX ACT~Continued 



From whom received 



Miscellaneous Insur 
ance Cos. — Con . . . 



Gas and Electric 
Companies. . . 



Brought fonvard . 



Guarantee Co. of North America 

Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co 

Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Ins. Co 
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance 

Co. of Canada 

Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America 
Indemnity Mutual Marine Assur Co., Ltd. 

International Fidelity Insurance Co 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co 

London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident 

Co 

Loyal Protective Insurance Co 

Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Company 

(1921 & 1922) '. 

Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 

Maryland Assurance Corporation 

Merchants Casualty Co 

National Surety Co 

New York Plate Glass Ins. Co 

North American Accident Ins. Co. . " 

Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of London.. . 
Preferred Accident Ins. Co. of New York 

(on account) 

Protective Association of Canada 

Railway Passengers Assurance Co., Ltd. 

Ridgely Protective Association 

Royal Indemnity Co 

Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.. Ltd. 
Travellers' Indemnity Co. of Hartford . . 

Union Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 

United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co . 
United States Lloyds 



Ltd. 



Algoma Power Company 

Attercliffe Gas Co 

Barrie Gas Co., Ltd 

Bancroft Light & Power Co. . . 
Cardinal Electric Light Co. . . . 

Cargill, Limited, Cargiil 

Cedar Rapids Transmission Co 

Chapleau Electric & Power Co 

City Gas Company of London 

Consumers' Gas Company 

Canadian Niagara Power Co 

Delhi Light & Power Co., Ltd 

Dike Brothers, Mount Albert 

Fred. Deagle Electric Light & Power Co. . 

Dryden Paper Co., Ltd 

Dominion Natural Gas Co., Ltd 

Dundas Electric Co 

Essex County Light & Power Co., Ltd 

VV. H. Edwards, Pakenham 

Formosa Electric Light Co., Ltd 

Frankford Electric Li^ht Co., Ltd 

F"owlds Compan\-. Ltd., Hastings, for 1922 

Carried forivard 



16,448 72 

552 28 

601 70 

244 67 

6 GO 

1,231 47 

68 56 

14 94 

42 01 

652 43 

2,808 66 
1,968 35 

77 00 

285 85 

1,478 46 

2,345 22 

1,933 70 

169 88 

334 85 

135 21 

345 98 
1,580 27 

468 39 

938 93 
1,964 15 

110 46 

2,945 81 

5 13 

4,646 31 

363 11 



100 00 

3 59 

39 03 

10 56 

13 30 

10 59 

1,479 03 

161 97 

442 98 

8,474 12 

8,021 51 

59 92 

9 45 

43 09 

10 10 

2,400 00 

13 

537 95 

18 20 

3 50 

1 50 

20 90 



713,357 63 



44,768 50 



21.861 42 758,126 13 



54 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (d) 
PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Gas and Electric 
Companies — Con , 



Loan Companies. 



Brought forward . 



Fowlds Company, Ltd. Hastings, for 1923. 
Galetta Electric Power & Milling Co., Ltd. 
Gananoque Electric Light & Water Supply 

Co., Ltd 

Great Lakes Power Co., Ltd 

Gowganda Power Co., Ltd 

Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 
Hamilton Cataract Power, Light & Traction 

Co., Ltd 

HawkeslDury Electric Light & Power Co, 

Helena Costume Co., Ltd., London 

Huronian Company, Ltd 

International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd.. . 

Kaministiquia Power Co., Ltd 

Knight Brothers Co., Ltd., Burks Falls. . . 

Lincoln Light & Power Co., Ltd 

Lome Power Company 

L'Orignal Electric Light Plant 

A. J. Lowick & Son, Sutton West 

Mattawa Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

Mildmay Electric Light Co., Ltd 

Monarch Supply Co., Ltd 

Northern Ontario Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

Northern Canada Power Limited 

Northern Pipe Line Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Electric Company 

Ottawa Gas Company 

Peebles Electric, Heat & Power Co 

Petrolia Utilities Co., Ltd 

Port Hope Gas Company 

Provincial Natural Gas & Fuel Co., Ltd. . . 

Pembroke Electric Light Co., Ltd 

Rideau Power Co., Ltd 

Rock Glen Power Co., Ltd 

Sarnia Gas Co., Ltd 

Sauble Falls Light & Power Co 

Saugeen Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. . 

St. Lawrence Power Co., Ltd 

Stormont Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

Stratford Gas Co 

Union Natural Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . . 
United Gas & Fuel Co. of Hamilton, Ltd. . 

Vankleek Hill Electric Co., Ltd 

Wahnapitae Power Co., Limited 

Wallaceburg Gas Co., Ltd 

Walkerton Electric Light & Power Co. , Ltd. 

WelJand Electrical Co., Ltd 

Western Counties Electric Co., Ltd 

Windsor Gas Co., Ltd 

Wheatley Electric Light Plant 



British Mortgage Loan Co. of Ontario . . . . 

Brockville Loan & Savings Co 

Canada Landed & National Investment Co., 

Ltd .. 

Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation . 

Carried forward 



21,861 42 

16 05 
119 70 

121 94 

3,340 28 

100 00 

429 16 



2,342 

354 

60 

166 

41 

4,340 

22 

235 

1.326 

8 

4 

30 

14 

41 

8,406 

7,621 

200 

2,970 

2,749 

12 

106 

41 

300 

347 

80 

25 

289 

51 

70 

571 

211 

131 

2,440 

378 

20 

434 

162 

60 

59 

320 

1,714 



39 
46 
00 
66 
32 
05 
90 
53 
38 
75 
90 
55 
30 
76 
67 
47 
00 
18 
32 
90 
78 
47 
00 
65 
00 
34 
66 
09 
12 
00 
64 
58 
00 
85 
16 
56 
93 
22 
91 
00 
03 
92 



1,854 
590 



63 

81 



1,633 10 
8.144 65 



758,126 13 



64.764 95 



12,223 19 



822,891 08 



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55 



Statement No. 20 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Loan Companies 
— Continued 



Trust Companies. 



Brought forward . 



Canadian Mortgage Investment Co 

Canadian Northern Prairie Lands Co., Ltd 

Central Canada Loan & Savings Co 

Colonial Investment & Loan Co ._. 

Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien (Ontario 

Division) 

Crown Savings & Loan Co 

Dyment Securities Loan & Savings Co._. 
East Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings 

Co 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society. . 

Great West Permanent Loan Co 

Grey & Bruce Loan Co 

Guelph & Ontario Investment & Savings 

Society 

Hamilton Provident & Loan Corporation . . 

Home Building & Savings Association 

Home Building & Savings Assoc, for 1922. 

Huron & Erie Mortgage Corporation 

Industrial Mortgage & Savings Co 

Lambton Loan & Investment Co 

Landed Banking & Loan Co 

London Loan & Savings Co. of Canada 

Midland Loan & Savings Co 

Niagara Falls Building, Savings & Loan 

Association 

Ontario Loan & Debenture Co 

Owen Sound Loan & Savings Co . 

People's Loan & Savings Corporation 

Port Arthur & Fort William Mortgage 

Co., Ltd 

Provident Investment Co 

Real Estate Loan Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Royal Loan «& Savings Co 

Scottish- American Investment Co., Ltd. . . 

Security Loan & Savings Co 

Southern Loan & Savings Co 

Standard Reliance Mortgage Corporation 

(Arrears) 

Toronto Mortgage Co 

Toronto Savings & Loan Co 

Victoria Loan & Savings Co 

Walkerville Land & Building Co., Ltd. . . . 



Bankers Trust Co 

Brantford Trust Company, Limited. 
British Empire Trust Co., Limited.. 

Canada Trust Co 

Canada Permanent Trust Co 

Capital Trust Corporation 

Chartered Trust & Executor Co. . . . 
Consolidated Trusts Corporation . . . 

Fidelity Trusts Co. of Ontario 

Guelph Trust Co 

Imperial Trusts Co. of Canada 

London & Western Trusts Co., Ltd. 

Carried forward 



12,223 19 

579 52 

995 86 

3,693 85 

393 19 

2,721 54 
435 97 
643 31 

358 35 

196 50 

1,019 01 

541 82 

1,250 72 

1,653 57 

64 96 

54 68 

6,465 96 

1,046 34 

1,883 46 

1,293 73 

1,687 92 

967 97 

463 59 

2.372 17 

149 23 

680 50 

493 80 
761 00 
262 20 

1,022 12 
100 00 
787 27 

1,525 27 
265 62 

1,100 00 

2,194 96 

1,286 14 

731 94 



469 42 

675 20 

100 00 

2,349 46 

2,196 25 

1,241 04 

2,139 71 

605 76 

413 08 

553 45 

1,198 00 

1,790 13 



822,891 08 



54,367 23 



13,731 50 



877,258 31 



56 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (d) 
PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Trust Companies 
— Continued 



Street Railways. 



Railways . 



Banks. 




Brought forward 

Mercantile Trust Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Montreal Trust Co 

National Trust Co., Ltd 

Premier Trust Co 

Prudential Trust Co., Ltd 

Royal Trust Co 

Sterling Trusts Corporation 

Toronto General Trusts Corporation 

Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd 

Union Trust Co., Ltd 

Waterloo Trust & Savings Co 

Brantford & Hamilton Electric Railway Co . 

Cornwall Street Railway, Light & Power Co., 
Ltd 

Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway Co. . . 

Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric 
Railway Co 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway Co 

Hamilton Street Railway Co 

International Transit Co 

Kingston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Elec- 
tric Railway Co 

London Street Railway Co 

Mount McKay & Kakabeka Falls Rly. Co. 

Niagara, Welland & Lake Erie Railway Co. 

Oshawa Railway Co 

Ottawa Electric Railway Co 

Ottawa Northern & Western Ry. Co 

Sarnia Street Railway Co., Ltd 

Waterloo, Wellington Railway Co . . 

Woodstock, Thames Vallc\- & IngersoU 
Electric Railway Co 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Rapid Rail 
way Co 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Canadian Northern Railway (arrears in- 
terest, 1916-22) 

Canada Southern Railway 

International Railway Company 

Ottawa & New York Railway 

Pere Marquette Railway Co 

Thousand Islands Railway Co 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Co. 

Thurlow Railway 

Lake Erie & Northern Railway 

Grand River Railway 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Dominion Bank 

Bank of Hamilton 

Banque d'Hochelaga 

Home Bank of Canada 

Imperial Bank of Canada 

Molsons Bank ? 

Carried forward 



13,731 50 

1,352 64 
1,220 60 
6,129 27 
519 35 
598 66 
1,594 31 
1,217 21 
7,884 17 
3,850 58 
2,396 75 
1,832 20 



231 90 

65 00 

55 70 



225 


90 


261 


70 


1,516 


50 


70 


80 


123 


06 


1,606 


23 


50 


00 


30 


20 


77 


40 


5,152 


46 


36 


40 


203 


28 


32 


60 



125 99 
553 59 



877,258 31 



42,327 24 







10,418 71 


282,585 


53 




9,690 


18 




47,140 


00 




175 


15 




852 


15 




16,918 


40 




55 


00 




1,575 


40 




26 


70 




750 


00 




186 


30 


359,954 81 






63,797 


50 




31,358 


16 




24,966 


59 




12,097 


26 




12,595 


64 




35,906 


93 




23,466 


31 





204,188 39 1,289,959 07 



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S7 



Statement No. 20 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Ban ks — Continued . 



Express Cos. 



Telegraph Cos 

Telephone Co 

Car Co 

Liquor ExportingCos. 
Stock Transfer Tax. . 
Race Track Meetings. 



Brought forward . 



Bank of Montreal 

Banque Nationale 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Banque Provincial du Canada. 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Standard Bank of Canada.. . . 

Sterling Bank of Canada 

Bank of Toronto 

Union Bank of Canada 



204,188 39 

105,608 81 

5,000 00 

55,073 16 

9,064 45 

84,207 51 

27,312 49 

12,603 83 

28,261 24 

35,183 05 



American Railway Express Company 

Canadian National Express Company 

Canadian National Express Co. (Balance 

of taxes and interest for 1922) 

Canadian Northern Express Co. (Balance 

interest, 1916-21) 

Dominion Express Company' 



Dominion Telegraph Company •. . 

Canadian National Telegraphs 

North American Telegraph Company . 

Bell Telephone Company of Canada . , 

Pullman Palace Car Company , 

United .Shippers Ltd. (for 1922) 

Tax on Transfers of Securities 



6,400 00 
43,200 00 

17,448 95 

4,045 84 
32,000 00 



666 66 

1,231 36 

32 98 



Daily Tax. 
5% Tax... 



670,774 53 
1,821,963 72 



1,289,959 07 



566,502 93 



103,094 79 

1,931 00 
55,023 32 

8,983 35 

7,700 00 

75,808 24 

2,492,738 25 



4,601,740 95 



Fire Marshal Tax. 



FIRE MARSHAL'S ACT. 
4 Geo. V, Cap. 41, with Amendments. 



74,717 55 



4,676,458 50 



58 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 20 (e) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT— Gantinued 
LAND TRANSFER TAX COLLECTED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1923 



County Amount 

Algoma (Land Titles) $237 33 

Algoma 2,165 60 

Brant 6,146 85 

Bruce 3,998 18 

Carleton 3,276 22 

Dufferin 2,149 92 

Dundas 1,432 91 

Durham (East) 1,017 23 

Durham (West) 1,437 52 

Elgin 3,834 94 

Essex 25,630 72 

Fort William 3,452 99 

Frontenac 1,212 35 

Glengarry 1,205 45 

Grey (North) 3,423 80 

Grey (South) 2,522 61 

Haldimand 2,095 44 

Haliburton 186 50 

Halton 5,126 56 

Hastings 3,597 49 

Huron 4,329 21 

GrenvUle 1,171 31 

Kenora 1,127 64 

Kent 6,580 17 

Kingston 2,636 39 

Lambton 6,527 65 

Lanark;(North) 747 71 

Lanark (South) 1,092 59 

Leeds 2,294 83 

Lennox and Addington 1,400 92 

Lincoln 8,755 76 

London : 8,649 10 

Manitoulin R.O. & L.T 907 92 

Middlesex (East) 4,734 51 

Middlesex (West) 1,119 87 

Muskoka 1,115 96 



County Amount 

Nipissing 1,878 06 

Norfolk 2,958 36 

Northumberland (West) 1,487 03 

Northumberland (East) 1,482 1 1 

Ontario 6,409 95 

Ottawa (Citv) 13,515 59 

Ottawa (Land Titles) 2,226 44 

Oxford 4,896 21 

Parry Sound Dist 444 60 

Parry Sound Dist. (Land Titles). . 481 85 

Peel 3,926 19 

Perth (North) 4,858 99 

Perth (South) 1.564 73 

Peterboro 2,025 38 

Prescott 932 71 

Prince Edward 1,160 92 

Rainy River 880 03 

Renfrew 2,423 25 

Russell 1,300 63 

Simcoe 6,640 00 

Stormont 1,550 07 

Sudbury.. 1,760 70 

Temiskaming 8,654 69 

Thunder Bay. . .' 2,230 54 

Toronto (East and West) 137,975 62 

Toronto (Land Titles) 30,963 50 

Victoria 2,044 16 

Waterloo 10,541 09 

Welland 8,614 00 

Wellington (North) 2,389 72 

Wellington (South) 5,147 36 

Wentworth 30,556 92 

York (East and West) 40,327 42 

York (North) 3,393 68 

$474,804 65 



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59 



Statement No. 21 (a) 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 
Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1923 



From whom received 



Service 



$ c. 



Provincial Secretary's Dept, 



Public Institutions Branch . 



Letters, Patent, Licenses, etc. 

Companies' Returns 

By-laws, Copies and Searches. 

Commissions, etc 

Marriage Licenses 



Ontario Hospital, Brockville. 
" " Cobourg. 



" " Hamilton 

" " Kingston 

" " London 

" " Mimico 

" " Orillia 

" " Penetanguishene. . . . 

" " Toronto 

" Whitby 

" " Woodstock 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph 

" " Industries, Guelph. . . 
Ontario Brick and Tile Plant, Mimico. . 
Mercer Reformatory, Toronto. . .• 

" " Industries, Toronto. . 

Industrial Farm, Burwash 

Industrial Farm, Fort William 

Registration of Nurses 

From counties for removal of prisoners 

and insane 

Miscellaneous 



Private Hospitals. 



Registrar-General's Branch. 



Record Office — Searches and Certificates 
of Births, Marriages and Deaths. . 

Biological Products 

Federal Government Grant 

" " Statistical Fees. . 

Permits to Marry 

Undertakers' Licenses 

Chlo ine Equipment 

Casual Revenue 

Ottawa Laboratory Grant 

Laboratory Products 



Provincial Registrar. 



Fees. 



243, 

96, 

4, 

1, 

81, 



245 55 
363 20 
301 47 
942 25 
253 15 



53,328 


49 


11,785 


00 


95,575 


40 


38,803 


43 


96,826 


35 


46,062 


71 


41,065 


85 


15,317 


94 


56,654 


00 


74.392 


53 


31,981 


27 


19,599 


45 


1,996 


00 


43,568 


53 


7,423 


10 


22,257 


78 


33,238 


44 


3,768 


30 


13,189 


86 


12.245 


70 


229 


36 



9,062 34 

3,933 15 

57,473 68 

5,051 40 

435 00 

1,031 00 

12 75 

418 60 

1,050 00 

562 85 



427,105 62 



719,309 49 
210 IS 



79,030 77 
542 50 

1,226.198 53 



60 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 21 (b) 

PROVINCIAL SECREPARY'S DEPARTMENT -Continued 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION 

Amounts repaid Province on account of Principal under Ontario Housing Act, 1919, 

in Fiscal Year 1923 



Barton Township $4,933 40 

Beaverton 3,140 43 

Belleville 2,509 86 

Brampton 2,251 iS 

Brantford 8,760 84 

Brantford Township 1,270 89 

Capreol 1,429 45 

Chippawa 770 78 

Cochrane 2,558 45 

Elmira 442 21 

Englehart _ • • 2,908 61 

Etobicoke Township 4,828 20 

Fergus 5,099 23 

Ford City 8,530 05 

Fort Frances 139 61 

Fort William 1,260 87 

Gait 1,145 86 

Georgetown 3,578 94 

Goderich 172 17 

Guelph 8,375 81 

Guelph Township 251 34 

Hamilton 19,217 38 

Humberstone 434 70 

IngersoU 1,497 21 

Iroquois Falls 5,341 37 

Kapuskasing 1,647 11 

Leamington 1,358 06 

Leaside 3,384 54 

Listowel 1,344 52 

London 13,464 44 

Merritton 920 17 

Midland 2,128 92 

Milton 565 55 

Milverton 800 61 

Mimico 545 34 

New Toronto 6,439 52 

Niagara Falls 16,040 99 



Oshawa $30,478 38 

Ottawa 45,944 78 

Paris 2,244 47 

Perth 880 83 

Port Arthur 553 63 

Port Colborne 7,141 80 

Port Credit 1,500 06 

Port Dalhousie 1,491 02 

Point Edward 1,023 11 

Port McNicoll 349 37 

Renfrew 518 47 

Richmond Hill 2,008 92 

Sandwich _. 4,915 35 

Sandwich East Township 1,936 40 

Sarnia 6,133 84 

Sault Ste. Marie 6,758 88 

Sioux Lookout 216 51 

Smith's Falls..... 779 36 

Stamford Township 3,733 47 

Scarborough Township 864 11 

St. Catharines 5,134 47 

Stratford 4,042 34 

Sturgeon Falls 544 83 

Sudbury 5,237 46 

Tara 259 02 

Thorold 2,263 62 

Timmins 210 57 

Trenton 305 S3 

Walkerville 9,916 03 

Welland. . 4,573 26 

Whitby 1,694 40 

Windsor 56,110 98 

Woodbridge 638 07 

Woodstock 6,032 00 

York Township 16,171 15 

$372,095 27 



Total amount of Principal repaid by Municipalities to Oct. 31st, 1923. .$1,057,214.21 



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Statement No. 21 (b) 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION— Continued 

Amounts repaid Province on account of Interest under Ontario Housing Act, 1919, 

in Fiscal Year 1923 



Barton Township $4,466 91 

Beaverton 519 77 

Belleville 806 18 

Brampton 3,105 49 

Brantford 10,763 51 

Brantford Township 1,505 55 

Bucke Township 107 49 

Capreol 1,850 63 

Chippawa 1,005 46 

Cochrane 3,370 75 

Elmira 610 19 

Englehart 256 88 

Etobicoke Township 6,440 84 

Fergus 1,547 32 

Ford City 6,260 42 

Fort Frances 180 43 

Fort William 1,635 21 

Gait 1,545 57 

Georgetown 3,136 41 

Goderich 190 94 

Guelph 11,495 59 

Guelph Township 348 66 

Haileybury 1,193 38 

Hamilton 21,893 42 

Hawkesbury 2,934 70 

Humberstone 549 78 

Ingersoll 1,469 23 

Iroquois Falls 6,658 63 

Kapuskasing 4,995 86 

Leamington 1,913 51 

Leaside 4,571 46 

Listowel 1,824 92 

London 18,085 00 

Merritton 1,029 90 

Midland 2,595 72 

Milton 770 65 

Milverton 814 00 

Mimico 718 74 

New Toronto 8,222 31 



Niagara Falls $12,563 05 

Oshawa 23,452 37 

Ottawa 34,543 54 

Paris 2,926 93 

Perth 1,119 21 

Port Arthur 710 81 

Port Colborne 6,660 24 

Port Credit 1,383 32 

Port Dalhousie 1,991 02 

Point Edward 1,377 25 

Port McNicoll 458 71 

Renfrew 564 95 

Richmond Hill 1,079 64 

Sandwich 6,272 41 

Sandwich East Township 2,462 08 

Sarnia 4,161 57 

Sault Ste. Marie 8,339 94 

Sioux Lookout 750 33 

Smith's Falls 1,068 88 

Stamford Township 1,324 49 

Scarborough Township 1,192 09 

St. Catharines 6,580 65 

Stratford 6,019 57 

Sturgeon Falls 703 17 

Sudbury 6,621 18 

Tara 333 06 

Thorold 2,148 66 

Timmins 269 43 

Trenton 382 67 

Walkerville 11,125 93 

Welland 6,231 37 

Whitby 2,305 92 

Windsor 41,409 66 

Woodbridge . 842 01 

Woodstock 4,443 70 

York Township 21,664 99 

$366,876 21 



(See Interest Account, Statement No. 20 (a)) 



62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 22 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year, 1923 



Ontario Agricultural College: — 

Board 

Tuition and Laboratory Fees. 

Rent of Rooms 

Rent of Houses 

Supplemental Examinations. . 
Sundries 



Bacteriological Department: 
Sale of Cultures 

Chemical Department: — 
Chemical Analyses. . . . 



Farm Department: — 
Sale of Cattle 

" Pigs 

" Sheep 

" Milk...... 

Service of Animals. 
Sundries 



Dairy Department: — 

Sale of Cheese 

Butter 

" Cream 

" Ice Cream 

" Milk . 

" Skim and Buttermilk. 

" Whey... 

Pasteurizing Milk : . . 

Sundries 



Dairy School: — 
Sale of Cheese. 
Butter. 



Ice Cream 

Milk . 

Skim and Buttermilk. 

Whey. 

Pasteurizing Milk 

Fees 

Sundries 



Poultry Department: — 

Sale of Live Poultry 

" Dressed Poultry 

" Eggs for hatching 

" Eggs for domestic use. 
Sundries 



Horticulture Department: — 

Sale of fruit and vegetables. 

Apiculture Department: — 

Sale of honey 

Return of outstanding cheques.. 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch: — 

Refunds for services of Judges at Fairs 

Subvention, Dom. Government, re Field Crop Competitions 

Sale of grain 

Refund of warrant, 1921-22 — Geo. Brown 

" " P. L. Moorehouse 



% c. 
90,391 66 
16,686 50 

327 20 
5,990 50 

194 00 

241 79 



6,608 49 

6,051 16 

530 55 

3,568 89 

324 00 

651 04 



2,050 64 

1,629 89 

89 13 

606 80 

599 25 

690 04 

62 76 

361 14 

17 38 



1,443 52 

102 45 

332 69 

16 55 

322 90 

31 25 

217 70 

96 00 

13 00 



3,209 95 
1,708 10 
2,497 03 
4,242 09 

75 



4,726 70 

12,200 00 

85 83 

25 00 

75 00 



113,831 65 

1,940 75 

569 00 



17,734 13 



6,107 03 



2,576 06 



11,657 92 
3,455 60 



396 35 
12 23 



17,112 53 



1922-23 



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63 



Statement No. 22 
AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Live Stock Branch: — 

Stallion enrolment fees. 

Return of grant 

Sale of rams 



Ontario Veterinary College: — 

Fees 

Rent of apartments 

Supplemental examinations. 

Hospital fees 

Excise duty on alcohol 



Dairy Branch: — 

Sale of butter and cheese 

Creamery inspection fees 

Testing milk fees 

Sale of produce, London, England. . . . 

Refund express charges 

Eastern Dairy School, sale of produce. 



Institutes: — 

Refund of warrant, 1921-22— Mrs. Wm. Todd. . . 

Mrs. A. H. Willett. 
Refund by Mrs. Collier 



Fruit Branch: — 

Sale of fruit and vegetables 

Rental of cottages, perquisites and sale of produce. 

ticultural Experimental Station 

Brighton, pre-cooling station, storage charges 



Hor- 



Agricultural Representatives: — 
Refund of warrant, 1921-22- 



Rentals of ofifices. 
Sale of seeds 



-C. D. Ferguson . 

R. D. Ure 

W. F. Strong. . . 
W. C. Lowell... 
J. W. Clark 



Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown: 
Sale of produce, perquisites, etc 



Colonization and Immigration :- 
Refunds, assisted passages. 

Sale of apples 

" cheese 

Sundries 



Agricultural Development Board: — 

Refundof warrant, 1921-22— A. G. Farrow. 
Inspection fees 



New Liskeard Creamery :- 

Sale of butter 

Miscellaneous : — 

Auctioneers' licenses. 

Sale of bulletins , 

" spruce trees. . . 
Refunds, advertising. 
Farm tractors ; 



Less: — Cheques returned to Department. 



5S c. 

3,202 85 

50 00 

28 48 



6,058 67 

455 00 

5 00 

480 00 

96 85 



55,785 41 

1,524 50 

8,580 81 

464 94 

8 68 

5,445 65 



100 00 
80 10 
i 00 



1,062 66 

6,721 48 
2,933 26 



10 65 
100 00 

49 22 
100 00 
100 00 
394 00 
971 33 



44,109 80 

1,223 88 

131 76 

28 00 



333 34 
12,785 53 



200 00 

207 24 

26 00 

13 60 

4 05 



$ c. 



3,281 33 



7,095 52 



71,809 99 



181 10 



10,717 40 



1,725 20 
6.088 00 



45,493 44 

13,118 87 
4,523 04 



450 89 



339,878 03 
793 84 

339,084 19 



64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 23 

CASUAL REVENUE, 

FINES, FEES AND AMUSEMENT TAXES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923 



Particulars 



$ c. 



Crown Attorneys 

Police Magistrates. . . . 
Miscellaneous 

Clerks of the Peace and 
County Crown Attor- 
neys 

Clerks of the Count>- 
Court 

Deputy Clerks of tlij- 
Crown 

Local and Surrogate 
Registrars 

Registrar of Deeds. . . . 

Division Court Clerks . 

Sheriffs 

Local Masters of Titles: 

Nipissing 

Temiskaining 

T. J. Meagher 

J. D. Shipley 



Ontario Railway and 

Municipal Board. . . . 

Police Magistrates. . . . 



S. F. Washington 

F. L. Smiley 

W. F. Kerr 

G. A. Urquhart 

G. W. Ballard 

J. M. Greer 

W. M. Eager 

J. Greer 

Rev. George Broph>-. . . 
Division Court Clerks.. 

Public Trustee 

Millar vs. King 

Rex vs. Waton 

Rex vs. Mahon 

G. W. Ballard 

J. F. Vance 

Cosmopolitan Club. . . . 
G.J. Kitts 



Attorney- General's 
Department 

Fines and Forfeitures. . . . 



Surplus Fees, R.S.O. 1914 
Cap. 17, etc 



Fees. 



Jury Fees 



Fees. 



Estreated Bail . 



Escheated Estates 

Unclaimed Moneys 

Refund of Expenditure. 

Costs 

Extradition Expenses. . 

Draft Charges 

Confiscated Money. . . . 



Unclaimed Dividends. 
Unclaimed Cheque. . . . 



4,510 89 

29,876 80 

1,645 54 



17,170 55 

5,702 02 

5,342 13 

40,676 23 

127,675 30 

39,643 19 

14,264 17 



2,340 86 
6,696 53 



3 00 

4 50 



52 25 
18,963 90 



210 00 

340 80 

384 00 

3,900 00 

50 00 

1,080 00 

72 00 

264 00 



36,033 23 



250,473 59 

9,037 39 

7 50 

19,016 15 



6,300 80 

70 00 

1,220 59 

36,443 27 

503 99 

393 22 

7 88 

183 48 

9 75 

317 64 

17 20 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



65 



Statement No. 23 

CASUAL REVENUE, 

FINES, FEES AND AMUSEMENT TAXES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923— Continued 



W. Carnegie. . . 

M. Saxe 

Various persons 
J, A. Mcintosh 
P. A. Cobbold. 
C. F. Bulmer. . 



Amusement Branches. 



King's Printer. . 
Sundry Persons. 



Bank of Montreal, Carl- 
ton Branch 



Particulars 



Attorney-General's 
Department — Cont. 

re Extradition of W. W. Car- 



negie 

re Extradition of N. Gold. 

Copies of Poll Books 

Refund Warrant, 1922 



Total Attorney-General's 
Deoartment 



Treasury Department 



Amusement Tax. 
Licenses, etc. . . . 



Revenue 

Sale of Wolf Skins 

Private Detective Licenses. 
Travelling Show Licenses. . 



Ontario Civil Service . . 

Bureau of Archives. . . . 

Province of Ontario — 

Savings Office 

« 

King's Printer 

County of Peterboro. . . 

J. M. Philip 

Bank of Toronto 

D. M. Ross 

Wood, Gundy & Co. . . 

R. A. Daly 

Town of Matheson .... 

Dept. of Finance, Ot- 
tawa 

Succession Duty Ofifice. 



Premiums on Deposits of U.S. 

Currency 

Re Payments on Fidelity 

Bonds 

Sale of Reports 



1,269,306 20 

184.261 57 



$ c. $ c. 



300 00 

300 00 

5 20 

120 92 

28 91 

1,262 00 



Refunds 

Rebate re Insurance Premium 

Balance Sessional Indemnity. 

Part Payment Travelling Ex- 
penses of R. T. Regan 

Refund Warrant, 1922 

Seed Grain Loan 

Bonus for Session, 1922, not 
called for 

Postage and Insurance re De- 
bentures 

Refund, Insurance Charges. . 

Repayment of Debts Guaran- 
teed bv Province 



Chinese Capitation Tax 

W. P. Thompson Estate, 
Stamp Tax 



Total Treasury Department 



Carried forward . 



1,453,567 77 

24,955 19 

16,198 77 

2,400 00 

3,879 02 

2,108 80 

387 11 
25 40 

27,093 66 
4 2C 
4 2C 

10 00 

1,500 00 

47 65 

600 00 

20 61 
2 91 

2,852 13 

9,908 74 

1 00 



362,052 71 



1,545,567 16 



1,907,619 87 



3a P.A. 



66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 23 

CASUAL REVENUE, 

FINES, FEES AND AMUSEMENT TAXES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923— Continued 



B. R. McMillan 

Wm. Tucker 

W. W. Pringle 

« 

(( 

J. H. Zummach 

E. Dutton 

A. Legendre 

J. Barkley 

T. Curtis 

T. J. Norris 

District of Temiskam'g 

A. Legendre 

T. J. Norris 

Pinkerton Twp 

T. J. Norris 



Premier's Office. 

Audit Office 

R. E. Stone. . . . 
O. J. Stevenson. 



Particulars 



Brought forward . 



i' c. 



Colonization Roads 



Refund Warrant, 1922. 



Refund Warrant, 1921, 
For Gravel 



Total Colonization Roads 



Miscellaneous 

City of Toronto, Refund 

Grants re Unemployment 
Rebate on Railway Tickets. 
Refund of Bonus 



Department of Labour. 

Provincial Secretary. . . 
Agricultural Develop 

ment Board 

Clerk of the Legislative 

Assembly 

Clerk of the Legislative 

Assembly 



L J. Grenville, Refund War 

rant, 1922 

Fuel Controller , 



30 00 
60 00 



W. E. Kerr 

« 

« 

u 

D. H. Mcintosh. 
Walter Robinson 
W. W. Pringle.. 
C. B. Medley... 
John Orr 



Wm. Gilliman, Inspection fee 

Private Bills. .' 

Certifying Private Bills.. . . . . 



Department of Public 
Works 



Refund Warrant, 1922, 



Carried forward . 



18,319 96 
20 70 



$ c. 



190 


00 


188 


35 


182 


20 


36 


35 


61 


18 


40 


00 


22 


52 


380 


75 


84 


60 


10 


23 


800 


00 


3,607 


03 


2,452 


50 


287 


85 


71 


56 


100 


00 


29 


00 



166 66 
1 60 



90 00 

66 75 
5,295 44 

12 00 



18,340 66 



800 00 

34 70 
200 00 

24 00 
463 75 
800 00 

51 47 
350 00 

75 50 



$ c. 



1,907,619 87 



8,544;i2 



23,973 11 



1,935,163 65 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



67 



Statement No. 23 

CASUAL REVENUE, 

FINES, FEES AND AMUSEMENT TAXES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1923— Continued 





Particulars 


% c. 


% c. 


% c. 




Brought forward 






1,935,163 65 


A. L. McDonald 


Department of Public 
Works— Con t. 

Refund Warrant, 1922 




130 00 

47 19 

. 65 20 

1,040 10 

258 50 

21 97 

10 20 

50 

400 24 

2,713 76 

24 75 

3,617 56 

715 00 

555 50 

288 00 

726 00 

220 00 

330 00 

300 00 

210 00 


« 


a « 






John McNee 


« « 






Various Persons 


Sale of Material, etc., re 
Bridges and Government 
Buildings 






Town of Midland 


Overpayment 






Packard Electric Co. . . 


For Drums Returned 






London & Lancashire 
Guar. & Accident Co. 


Insurance 






Consumers' Gas Co.. . . 


For Overcharge 






North British & Mer- 
cantile Insurance Co. 


For Loss by Fire at 138 
Avenue Road 






Telegraph Companies. . 


Commission on Telegrams. . . 






Bell Telephone Co 


Pay Stations 






Whitby Hospital 


Sale of Meal Tickets 






F. G. Lee 


Rebate re Perquisites 






N. J. Harrison 


« « 






J. W. Montgomery. . . . 


a (< 






Thomas Lymer 


<( <( 






D. Neave 


a li 






T. McCutcheon 


« it 






S.J. Spall 


it « 






Geo. Smith 


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Total, Department of 
Public Works 










14,473 89 




Total 










1 949 637 54 













68 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

STATEMENT No. 24 (a) 

Details of Amounts Appearing in No. 1 Statement in Black Type of Similar Expenditures 
which in 1921-22 were classified as Capital and Extraordinary 

Prime Minister's Department: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission : 

Amounts charged to Province 105,156 00 

Statutory: 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Payments to An- 
nuitants 167,039 26 

Northern Ontario Fire Relief 97,733 13 

264,772 39 

Special Warrants : 

Commissions re Sundry Investigations 325,124 65 

Hydro Radial Investigations 377,327 00 

702,451 65 

Education Department : 

Assisted Schools 20,860 00 

Consolidated Schools 109,503 00 

Technical Education 327,113 82 

Provincial and other Universities 753,638 90 

1,211,115 72 

Lands and Forests Department: 

Commissions re Sundry Investigations 28,518 90 

Mines Department: 

Peat Fuel Investigation 9,925 00 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories 19,910 62 

29,835 62 

Provincial Treasurer's Department: 

Purchase of Films 65,431 95 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 142,500 00 

207,931 95 

Statutory : 

Annuities . 102,448 19 

Railway Aid 139,112 54 

Provincial Savings Office Expenses 114,560 46 

356,121 19 

Miscellaneous Services : 

Northern Ontario Fire Relief 100,000 00 

3,005,903 42 



STATEMENT No. 24 (b) 

Amounts charged to Ordinary Expenditure for Discount, and Interest Charges on 

Treasury Bills and Loss on Loan "AD" (amortized) formerly treated as 

deductions from Capital Receipts of Loans and Treasury Bills 

Discount on Treasury Bill "K" 2,500 00 

Interest Charges " " "L" : 296,250 00 

« " " " "N" 87,020 50 

« " « « "P" '. 84,375 00 

Loss on Loan "AD" (amortized) 2,155 72 

472,301 22 



EXPENDITURE 
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No. 26 

Comparative Statement of Expenditure under the several services as appropriated 
by the Legislature for the years 1922-1923 



Service 



Civil Government 

Legislation 

Attcrne^'-General's Dept. : 

Administration of Justice. . . 

Miscellaneous 

Education 

Provincial Secretary's Dept.: 

Public Institutions 

Hospitals and Charities. . . . 

Miscellaneous 

Agriculture Dept.: 

Agriculture 

Colonization and Immigra- 
tion 

Public Works Dept. : 

Repairs and Maintenance. . . 

Public Buildings 

Public Works (bridges, etc.) . 

Provincial Highways Dept . . 
Lands and Forests Dept.: 

Lands and Forests 

Colonization Roads 

Mines Dept.: 

Mines 

Game and Fisheries 

Treasury Dept.: 

Miscellaneous 

Labour and Health Dept 

Refunds 

Miscellaneous (General \'ote) . 
Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission 

Temiskaming and Northern 

Ontario Railway Commis 

sion 



Total Expenditure under 
Supply Bill 



Statutory 

Special Warrants. 



Grand Total Exp'enditure 



1922 



1,883,821 52 
435,611 28 

1,515,460 80 

31,262 91 

9,855,285 10 

3,640,282 89 

1,300,718 59 

103,601 94 

1,482,563 14 

111,961 35 

530,842 27 

1,583,549 21 

675,886 56 

135,730 64 

1,571,432 82 
671,184 48 

173,114 67 
321,397 97 

510,257 70 

2,180,144 78 

194,499 79 

76,495 42 

13,192,417 00 



2,054,182 82 



1923 



44,231,705 65 

85,981,177 92 
1,751,812 58 



131,964,696 15 



1,961,201 50 
455,817 00 

1,534,716 06 

21,551 42 

9,264,756 43 

4,483,007 66 

1,251,598 40 

1,509 70 

1,672,989 25 

186,712 83 

587,177 02 

1,111,511 11 

552,115 11 

197,730 25 

2,286,546 89 
827,855 98 

170,173 24 
315,926 00 

544,749 15 

2,201,780 01 

282,056 80 

156,307 34 

9.294,416 00 



2,121,152 40 



41,483,357 55 

68,367,588 26 
2,464,475 53 



112,315,421 34 



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No. 27 
Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the years 1922 and 1923 



Departments 


1922 


1923 


Lieutenant-Governor 


5,450 00 

16,764.596 11 

436,923 22 

1,906.070 73 

10,649,328 38 

4,649,622 28 

315.095 46 

399,485 05 

2,884,259 70 

18,485,890 89 

2,632,804 98 

65,151,681 56 

57,484 36 

5,789,922 43 

1,758,405 97 

77,675 03 


5,400 00 


Prime Minister 


13.330.864 01 


Legislation 


457,531 34 


Attorney-General 


2,389,527 28 


Education 


10,039,227 12 


Lands and Forests 


7,054.512 42 


Mines 


315,454 77 


Game and Fisheries. . . 


391,422 19 


Public Works 


2,600,964 84 


Provincial Highways. . . . 


22,509,070 87 


Labour and Health 


2,638,370 38 


Provincial Treasurer 


41,898,856 51 


Audit Office 


60,886 51 


Provincial Secretary . . 


6.470,202 58 


Agriculture . . . . 


1,996.823 18 


General ^Miscellaneous. ... . 


156,307 34 






Total 


131,964,696 


15 


112,315,421 34 







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119 



Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more than one source during 
the Fiscal Year 1922-23 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Prime Minister's Dept.: 

Bulmer, C. F 


AA 4 
B 3 

B 11 
B 3 

B 11 
C 41 

C 10 


$ c. 

2,800 00 

500 00 


$ c. 


« 






3,300 00 


Attorney-General's Dept. : 

Baker, A. E 


1,600 00 
300 00 


« 






1,900 00 


Berthon, C. S. . 


1,200 00 
100 00 


(( 






1,300 00 


Coo, W. C 


2,000 00 
2.700 00 


« 






C 8 
C 38 

C 9 
C 41 

C 12 
C 37- 

C 9 
C 41 

C 9 

C 38 

C 14 
AA 7 

C 9 
C 41 

C 12 
C 37 

C 8 
C 41 

C 12 
C 37 

C 9 
C 41 

C 9 
C 41 

C 9 
C 41 

C 9 

C 38 

B 3 
B 3 
C 41 


4,700 00 


Currv, M 


3,000 00 
500 00 


« 






3,500 00 


Edgeworth H 


900 00 
56 25 


u 






956 25 




900 00 
150 00 


« 






1,050 00 


Fitch, C. A 


2,600 00 
1,000 00 


« 






3,600 00 


Gray, \'. Evan 


5,000 00 
600 00 


« 






5,600 00 


Harley, E 


3,895 80 
500 00 


« 






4,395 80 


Houston, J 


925 00 
118 50 


« 






1,043 50 


Irish, M 


1,200 00 
300 00 


« 






1,500 00 


Magone, C. R 


2,000 00 
127 50 


« 






2,127 50 


Malion, J. W 


2,274 66 
200 00 


« 






2,474 66 


Mockler, E. A 


1,500 00 
108 25 


« 






1,608 25 


McCaul, W. J 


1,500 00 
152 25 


« 






1,652 25 


Parkhill, M 


900 00 
140 80 


« 






1,040 80 


Sanderson, F 


3,600 00 
100 00 


« 






3,700 00 


Legislation: 

Brown, Robt . . 


1,300 00 
300 00 
600 00 


« 




« 






2,200 00 



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Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 

who received pay from more than one source during 

the Fiscal Year 1922-23- Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Legislation — Continued 

Dymond, A. M 


B 11 
C 41 

B 11 
C 41 

B 11 
C 42 

E 5 
E 7 

E 4 
B 5 

E 4 
E 7 

D 49 
D 51 

D 44 


$ c. 
5,400 00 
2,500 00 


S c. 


(( 






7,900 00 


McClearv, D. H 


1,200 00 
100 00 


« 






1,300 00 


Wilkinson, W. B 


5,000 00 
750 00 


(( 






5,750 00 


Lands and Forests Dept.: 

O'Neil, A. H 


1,700 00 
218 13 


« 






1,918 13 


Titus, F. E 


3,500 00 
200 00 


u 






3,700 00 


Trivett, W. F 


2,100 00 
244 50 


« 






2,344 50 


Anglin, R. W . 


4,000 00 
500 00 


a 






4,500 00 


Chisholm, \V. I , 


3,800 00 
594 00 


<( 






D 49 
D 51 

D 44 

D 48 


4,394 00 


Croskerv, R. A 


3,800 00 
500 00 


(< 






4,300 00 


Dandeno J. B 


3,600 00 

65 00 

400 00 


« 




« 






D 49 
D 43 

D 92 
D 94 

D 82 
D 51 

D 59 
D 43 

D 44 


4,065 00 


Delaporte, L. H 


1,500 00 
100 00 


« 






1,600 00 


Gavin, F. P 


4,499 96 
400 00 


u 






4,899 96 


Houston, J. A 


4,000 00 
500 00 


« 






4,500 00 


Tamieson, E. T 


1,800 00 
100 00 


^ u ' ^ 






1,900 00 




3,600 00 
25 00 


it 






D 82 
D 52 

D 12 
D 92 
D 51 


3,625 00 


Levan, L M 


4,200 00 
405 00 


« 






4,605 00 


Merchant, F. W 


2,900 00 

2,700 00 

750 00 

77 00 


« 




« 




« 






D 45 
D 52 


6,427 00 


Mills, G. K 


4,200 00 
362 00 
236 00 


(( 




« 








4,798 00 



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121 



Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 

who received pay from more than one source during 

the Fiscal Year 1922-23— Continued 



Name 



Amount 



Total 



Education Dept. — Continued 
Morgan, S. A 



McDougall, J. B. 
« 

McKim, E. I.. . . 
(I 

Phair, J. T 

(I 

Rogers, G. F. . . . 



Rutherford, F. S. 

Sinclair, S. B. . . . 
« 

Sorsoliel, M. A. . . 



Uffen, J. F. 
« 



Waugh, John 



Public Works Dept.: 
Bain. W 



Bennett, J. . . 
« 

Campbell, G. 
« 

Gould, J 

« 

Griffith, R.. . 



Public Highw.ws Dept.: 
Bickell, J. P 



Labour and Health Dept. 
Ballantyne, J. H. H 



44 
40 

92 
94 

59 

43 

82 
51 
52 



92 
94 

49 
43 

92 
84 
94 



$ c. 

4,800 00 

250 00 

115 00 



3,800 
408 


00 
00 


3,650 
300 


00 
00 


4,000 
200 


00 
00 



4,200 00 

500 00 

392 00 

75 00 



3,650 00 
300 00 



3,150 00 
400 00 



3,500 00 

65 00 

300 00 

55 00 



2,200 00 

500 00 

50 00 


4,800 

750 

94 


00 
00 
00 


1,300 
100 


00 
00 


1,500 
100 


00 
00 


1,300 
100 


00 
00 


1,300 
100 


00 
00 


1,500 

75 


00 
00 


3,000 
400 


00 
00 


4,200 
80 


00 
00 



$ c. 

5,165 00 
4,208 00 
3,950 00 
4,200 00 

5,167 00 
3,950 00 
3,550 00 

3,920 00 

2,750 00 

5,644 00 

1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,575 00 

3,400 00 

4,280 00 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 

who received pay from more than one source during 

the Fiscal Year 1922-23— Continued 



Name 

Labour and Health Dept. — Continued 
Bradley, R 

Butterworth, E 

(( 

Fen ton, W 

« 

Zollinger, R 

« 

Jewell, E 

« 

McCullough, Dr. J. W. S. . 

Packham, H 

Provincial Treasurer's Dept.: 

Crow, N. H 

« 

Douglas, W. N 

« 

Eraser, Alex 

Gillies, A. B 

« 

Grant, J. M 

« 

Gray, W. T 

« 

Greer, W. D 

« 

Heron, T. W 

« 

Jones, G. J. L 

« 

MacKay, A. C 

« 

MacKenzie, D. R 

« 

MacMillan, D. D 

Petley, H 



Page 



Amount 



Total ^ 



J 11 

J 11 

J 11 

J 11 

J 8 

J 11 

J 11 

J 11 

J 11 

J 11 

J 37 

J 37 

J 11 

J 11 



K 6 

K 6 

K 6 

K 6 

B 9 

A 3 

B 7 

B 3 

B 7 

B 3 



C 18 
K 15 

K 9 
B 3 

K 6 
K 6 



$ c. 

1,000 00 
213 00 



1,0)2 00 
225 00 



1,400 00 
220 00 



1,300 00 
211 00 



1,300 00 
222 00 



5,400 00 
300 00 



1,200 00 
207 00 



2,100 00 
250 00 



3,300 00 
250 00 



3,300 00 
1,400 00 



1,600 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 



1,600 00 
100 00 



3,000 00 
300 00 



1,800 00 
100 00 



2,550 00 
250 00 



1,900 00 
250 00 



3,300 00 
250 00 



1,600 00 
100 00 



1,200 00 
75 00 



$ c. 

1,213 00 
1,317 00 
1,620 00 
1,511 00 
1,522 00 
5,700 00 
1,407 00 

2,350 00 
3,550 00 



4,700 00 
\ 



1,700 00 
1,100 00 
1,700 00 
3,300 00 
1,900 00 
2,800 00 
2,150 00 
3,550 00 
1,700 00 
1,275 00 



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123 



Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more than one source during 
the Fiscal Year 1922-23— Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Provincial Treasurer's Dept. — Continued 

Ray, Hugh 


B 7 
B 3 

K 9 
B 3 

K 9 
B 3 

K 9 
B 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

N 65 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 

L 3 
L 3 


S c. 

1,400 00 

100 00 


S c. 


u 






1,500 00 


Shea, P. D 


1,000 00 
100 00 


« 






1,100 00 


Shriner, W 


984 67 
100 00 


« 






1,084 67 


Thornton, R 


1,500 00 
100 00 


(( 






1,600 00 


Provincial Auditor's Office: 

Brown, G. A 


5,000 00 
500 00 


11 






5,500 00 


Chater, H. J 


1,400 00 
125 00 


« 






1,525 00 


Cochran, H 


1,200 00 
125 00 


« 






1,325 00 


Crampton, W. K 


1,225 00 
100 00 


<< 






1,325 00 


Dignam, J. H 


1,500 00 
125 00 


« 






1,625 00 


Geddes, W. A 


1,600 00 
125 00 


« 






1,725 00 


Glockling, W. A 


2,550 00 
200 00 


(( 






2,750 00 


Harris, C. F 


1,600 00 
125 00 


« 






1,725 00 


Hewitt, W. H 


1,900 00 
150 00 


« 






2,050 00 


Hicks, F. A 


1,900 00 
150 00 


« 






2,050 00 


Jackes, J . A 


2,000 00 
150 00 


. « 






2,150 00 


Tennines, T. R 


3,500 00 
300 00 
500 00 


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« 






4,300 00 


Lee, F. H 


1,400 00 
125 00 








1,525 00 


Leigh, L. J : 


1,800 00 
150 00 


« 






1,950 00 


Maclean, J. E 


1,800 00 
150 00 








1,950 00 







124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 28 

Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more tlian one source during ' 
the Fiscal Year 1922-23— Continued 



Name 

Provincial Auditor's Office — Continued 
Milling, J. A 

Milne, J ... 

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O'Reilly, C. E 

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Paul, J. S 

Scott, J 

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Sillifant, M. de B 

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Starratt, W. B 

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Train, W. A 

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Watson, C. V 

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Webber, M. C 

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Provincial Secretary's Dept.: 

Crawford, W. J 

« 

Dunlop, W. W 

(( 

Ellis, J. A 

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Hoolihan, J.J 

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Lavell, Dr. A. E 

« 

Venables, A. E 

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Agriculture Dept.: 

Cumming, H. A 

« 

Roadhouse, W. B 



Page 


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L 3 

L 3 
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L 3 
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L 3 
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900 00 



2,325 SO 



1,100 00 
150 00 



4,200 00 
500 00 



250 00 
700 00 



PART A 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S 
OFFICE 



FISCAL YEAR 1922-23 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($3,350.00) 

Col. Alexander Fraser Official Secretary 12 months $1,400 00 

Lieut. J. R. Thomson Assistant Secretary 11 " 550 00 

Barbara J. Stott 2nd Assistant Secretary 12 " 600 00 

Thos. Lymer Messenger •. . 12 *' 800 00 

Contingencies ($2,050.00) 
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, allowance $2,050 00 

Total Expenditure, Lieutenant-Governor's office $5,490.00 



PART AA 



DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



PRIME MINISTER 



FISCAL YEAR 1922-23 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Civil Government: page 

Prime Minister's Office 4 

Civil Service Commissioner's Office 5 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 5 

Temiskaming and Northern Ont. Railw^av Commission 7 

Statutory 7 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act 7 

Special Warrants 20 

Royal Commission Hydro Electric Enquiry 20 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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AA4 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. E. C. Drury, Premier and President of the Council (statutory) . . .83^2 months $8,500 00 
Hon. G. H. Ferguson " " « " " and Minister 

of Education 3}^ " 3,500 00 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT 



PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE 



Salaries ($16,859.38) 

Horace Wallis Deputy Minister 12 m.onths , 

G. Grant Secretary 12 " 

C. F. Bulmer Clerk of Executive Council 12 " 

Chas. Chase Messenger and Caretaker 12 " 

Dorothy Hamlin Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

B. Wiley Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

E. MacLean Junior Clerk Stenographer 113^" 

A. Stewart Clerk Typist 12 " 

N. Harrison Clerk Stenographer 12 " 



4,600 00 

2,550 00 

2,800 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

934 38 

975 00 

900 00 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for ($376.61) 

I. V. Leamen Clerk Stenographer 5 months. . . . 



376 61 



Contingencies ($6,884.61) 



Temporary Services 

Leamen, I. V., clerk steno- 
grapher at 16.50 per week. . . 5G0 50 

Dewsbury, L. G., clerk at 21.00 

per week 1,092 00 

MacLean, M. E., stenographer 

at 18.00 per week 39 00 

Hele, C. C, general secretary at 

333.33 per month 1,166 62 

Hardie, B., office boy at 43.33 

per month 138 35 



Travelling Expenses 

Brown, R 

Cameron, D. R. . . 
Campbell, Geo.. . . 
Drury, Hon. E. C. 

Grant, Geo 

Hele, C. C 

Stewart, H. A 

Wallis, Horace .... 



Tjrpewrlters and Office Equipment 

Can. Office Appliance Co., 3 
line-a-times 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer 125.55, less allowance 
on old machine 80.00 

Miscellaneous 

Angus-Mack Co., map 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 



6 55. 

64 60 

13 65 

300 00 

222 80 

144 05 

12 68 

8 40 



58 50 



45 55 



4 85 
12 50 



Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Nat. Tel. Co., telegrams. . 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Parliamentary Guide, cop- 
ies of guide 

Dom. Press Clipping Agency, 
clippings 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions, copy Financial Review 

Hubertus, M. A., postage 

International Ry. Pub. Co., 
subscription to guide 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,246.07; printing, 573.27. .. . 

National Ry. Pub. Co., copy of 
official guide 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Ontario Motor League, maps. . . 

Postmaster, postage 

Smith, E. G., reporting 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising. 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., 
advertising 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Ry. and Steam.- 
boat Guide, guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, rentals, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Code, 
registration of code 



31 
206 


40 

88 


312 


09 


6 


00 


43 


50 


10 
50 


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00 


5 


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1,819 


34 


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11 


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17 
15 


10 
50 
00 
50 
00 


15 


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18 


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7 


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120 


55 


21 


54 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



AA5 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 
CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER 
Salaries ($7,600.00) 

J. M. McCutcheon Commissioner 12 months 

F. V. Glenny Secretary 12 " 

Reita Woltz Clerk Stenographer 12 " 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for ($802.09) 

Retha M. Shier Junior Clerk 5 months 

Mary E. Fletcher " " 5 " 



5,000 00 

1,7(0 00 

900 00 



385 42 
416 67 



Contingencies ($2,756.72) 



Temporary Services 

Kell, M. M., clerk stenographer 

at 3.00 per diem 96 00 

Shier, R. M., clerk stenographer 

at 2.75 per diem 497 75 

Fletcher, M. E., clerk steno- 
grapher at 3.00 per diem. . . . 549 00 

Elliott, J. A., clerk stenographer 

at 2.83 1/3 per diem 864 10 

Coleman, S. G., clerk steno- 
grapher at 71.50 per month. . 121 00 



Travelling expenses 

McCutcheon, J. M. 



Miscellaneous 

Assembly of Civil Service Co mm. 
fee 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegram 

King's Printer, stationer}^ 
188.26; printing, 152.78; paper 
12.72 

Postmaster, postage 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 48.00; rental, 
31.85 



51 


15 




45 


153 


76 


45 


00 



79 85 



98 66 



Toronto Daily Star . 
Evening Telegram . , 



Advertising ($13.94) 

5 12 Globe Printing Co. 



6 99 



Mail and Empire , 



1 05 

78 



Civil Government $34,114.65 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Advanced under Vote 115, items 1 to 13 

" " " 222, « 1 to 7 9,294.416 00 

" « Special Warrants 886,232 14 

No Audit by Provincial Auditor 

Niagara System: 

Queenston Chippawa Development: 

Electrical generations 345,000 00 

Hydraulic 955,000 00 

Queenston transformer station 200,000 00 

Hamilton " " 102,000 00 

Miscellaneous 110 K.V. stations 727,000 00 

Queenston Nelson 1 10 K.V. circuit 268,000 00 

Miscellaneous 1 10 K.V lines 199,500 00 

" distribution stations 100,000 00 

" low tension lines . 77,000 CO 

Rural 302,600 00 

Queenston units 1-5 electrical 700,000 00 

" " 1-5 hydraulic 380,000 00 

" " 6-8 electrical 820,000 00 

" " 6-8 hydraulic 1,337,000 00 

Queenston No. 2.developemnt 6,600 00 

Stations — Queenston unit 1-5 510,000 00 

" " " 6-8 570,000 00 

" York 59,400 00 

" Toronto - 200,000 00 

" Kitchener 48,000 00 

" Queenston-St. Thomas 110 K.V. lines 173,000 00 



10,180,648 14 



8,080,100 GO 



AA6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO— Continued 

Severn S>stcni : 

Miscc'llancous lines and stations 17,000 00 

Rural 25,000 00 

42,000 00 

Muskoka System: 

Betterments to station and lines 900 00 

Development extension, hydraulic 1,100 00 

" " electrical 1.500 94 

3,500 94 

Eugenia System: 

Dav^elopment extension 12,200 00 

Miscellaneous stations and lines 65,000 00 

R iral 1,075 00 

— 78,275 00 

Wasdell System : 

Miscellaneous stations and lines 7,150 00 

Rural 25,000 00 

32,150 00 

Si. Lawrence System: 

Miscellaneous station and lines 8,867 32 

Rural 5,000 68 

^ 13,868 00 

Rideau Svstem: 

Rural . ' 612 06 

Thunder Bay System: 

Miscellaneous stations and lines 15,000 00 

Development hydraulic betterments 15,000 00 

" No. 3 unit hydraulic 104,350 00 

" " " electrical 118,370 00 

Stations, electrical 29,580 00 

Lines 110 K.V 6,900 00 

289,200 00 

Central Ontario System : 

Miscellaneous stations and lines 27,050 00 

Rural 18,800 00 

Miscellaneous betterments, hydraulic 9,000 00 

Rannev's development, electrical 40,000 00 

" ' " hydraulic 40,000 00 

Dam No. 8 development . 105,000 00 

" No. 9 " 6,000 00 

Crow River storage 13,000 00 

Local systems 130,000 00 

388,850 00 

Nipissing System: 

Bingham chute development 167,000 00 

Miscellaneous stations and lines 26,150 00 

Local systems 17,000 00 

— 210,150 00 

Ottawa Svstem : 

Rural /. 3,054 00 

Essex System: 

Miscellaneous stations and lines •. . . . 15,000 00 

Local systems 25,000 00 

40,000 00 

Miscellaneous 8,500 00 

Provincial: 

Engineering assistance to non-operating municipalities 20,000 00 

General hydraulic surveys 24,156 00 

Estimates, surveys and demonstrations 35,000 00 

Under Water Powers Regulation Act 5,000 00 

Under Rules and Regulations Act, 1912 20,0C0 00 

104,156 00 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AA 7 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER-^Continued 

TEMISKAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY COMMISSION 

($2,121,152.40) 

ADVANCES 
No Audit by Provincial Auditor 

Engineering, surveys and in^■estigations 7,555 84 

Grading, widening cuts and fills 12,879 59 

Additional weight of rail and improved fastenings 6,454 30 

Additional track material 321 75 

Road crossings and signs 6,399 53 

Roadway buildings 10,454 42 

Water stations 3,918 78 

Fuel stations 877 05 

Shops and engine houses 327 02 

Stations and office buildings 155,358 76 

Roadway machines and tools 952 01 

Shop machinery 7,005 25 

Steam locomotives 248,216 17 

Freight train cars 125,000 00 

Work equipment 30,546 06 

Extension of main line north from Cochrane 1,500,000 00 

Telephone circuits, Porquis Jet. to S. Porcupine 4,885 87 

STATUTORY 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT 
(10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 4) 

No Audit by Provincial Auditor 

Administration of the Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act ($1,873.08) 
Board 

Hon. E. C. Drury Chairman 

Hon . G. H . Ferguson " 

J. M. McCutchecn Secretary 

E. Harley Civil Service Representative 

F. H. Greenlaw, M.P.P Labour Representative 225 00 

L. H. Irving Liberal Representative 240 00 

M. McVicar, M.P.P U.F.O. Representative 120 00 

S. L. Squire Conservative Representative 225 00 

Travelling Expenses Brown, Dr. C, fees for medical 

Greenlaw, F. H 15 40 examination 5 00 

McCutcheon, J. M 34 40 Brown, Dr. J. B., fees for medi- 

Squire, S. L 122 65 cal examination 5 00 

Harley, E., allce. for services. . . 500 00 

Miscellaneous King's Printer, printing 139.85; 

(\ P. R. Co. 's Telegraph, messages 60 stationery 214.85 354 70 

C. N. R. Co.'s " " 33 Postmaster, postage stamps. ... 25 00 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds ($167,039.26) 

Allowances ($135,535.31) 
Prime Minister's Department 

Capreol, J. Lonsdale.. .Clerk Executive Council 1,897 00 12 months. .. 1,897 00 

Legislation 

*Relanger, J. N Clerk Archives 650 00 314 " 174 95 

Delamere, J. M Asst. Clerk Legislative Assem- 
bly 1,320 00 12 " 1,320 00 

Attorney-General's Department 

Buchan, Marv G Clerk, Accountant's Office, Os- 

goode Hall 600 00 12 " 600 00 

Campbell, George License Inspector 341 77 12 " 341 77 

Connolly, John " " .- 992 50 12 " 992 50 

Dawson, thos Sheriff, Frontcnac County 1,13167 12 " 1,13167 

•Deceased 



AA8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 



STATUTORY— Continued 



ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Attorney-General's Department — Continued 

Dickson, Frank V Court Reporter, Osgoode Hall 2,C00 00 

Dowd, John R Provincial Police Constable.. . 675 00 

Enright, John C License Inspector 900 00 

Fisher, Wni " " 800 00 

Hagar, Albert SheriflF, Prescott and Russell 

County 1,080 00 

Hawley, George D Sheriff, Lennox and Addington 

County 990 94 

Holmested, Geo. S Registrar, High Court Division 1,920 00 

Lee, Geo. M Clerk and Registrar, Osgoode 

Hall 1,570 62 

Lemieux, Joseph M.. . .License Inspector 600 00 

Middleton, Jas. T Sheriff, Wentworth County. . . 2,000 00 

Maclaurin, Eugene A. .Auditor, Criminal Justice Ac- 
counts 1,820 00 

Macqueen, Fred. E.. . .Assistant Inspector, Division 

Court 1,000 00 

Mains, Wm. H Police Constable 1,218 32 

McDonald, A License Inspector 600 00 

McDonald, J. B Inspector of Division Court . . . 1,410 00 

McEhvain, Samuel C. . .Provincial Police Constable ... 520 95 

Nicol, George B Clerk of Assizes, Osgoode Hall 1,140 00 

O'Brien, James License Inspector 750 00 

Oliver, E. W Usher and Librarian, Osgoode 

Hall 750 00 

Paterson, N. F Registrar, Appellate Division, 

Osgoode Hall 1,612 50 

Rogers, Joseph E Supt., Provincial Police 2,000 00 

Saunders, E Solicitor, O.T.A 2,000 00 

Scott, John G Master of Titles 2,000 00 

Shaver, Walter License Inspector 650 00 

Smith, James Sheriff. Welland County 1 ,484 84 

Stokes, John License Inspector 550 00 

Strange, CO Clerk, Osgoode Hall 1,465 51 

Strudy, James License Inspector 495 61 

Torrance, John A " « 450 00 

Wheeler, J. McL Prov. Officer 212 49 

*WTiite, Wm. J License Inspector 750 00 



12 months 
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2, GOO 00 
675 00 
900 00 
800 00 

1,080 00 

790 48 
1,280 00 

727 58 
600 00 
748 86 

1,820 00 

1,000 00 
1,218 32 
600 00 
1,410 00 
520 95 
528 10 
750 00 

750 00 

746 98 
814 62 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 
650 00 

1,237 37 
550 00 

1,465 51 

495 61 

450 00 

212 49 

18 49 



Education 

Blake, Annie Superv'isor, School for Deaf, 

Belleville 367 98 

Boasi, John S Gardener, Toronto Normal 

School 589 82 

Casson, Wm Caretaker, Normal School, 

Stratford 600 00 

Coleman, Daniel R. .. .Teacher, School for Deaf, 

Belleville 854 67 

Cooper, Wm. H Clerk, Library 550 00 

Currie, Archibald " « 550 00 

Dearness, John Principal, Normal School, 

London 2,000 00 

Fayle, Vincent P Clerk, Library 660 00 

Fletcher, Mar>' Supervisor, School for Deaf, 

Belleville 321 80 

Fleury, J. M French Master 1,352 92 

Goggin, David J Historiographer 1,880 00 

Haycock, Laura Teacher, School for the Blind . 617 02 

'Deceased 



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12 

12 
14 
12 

4 



367 98 

589 82 

200 00 

854 67 
550 00 
550 00 

2,000 00 
660 00 

321 80 
1,647 06 
1,880 00 

205 67 



1922-23 



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AA9 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 
STATUTORY— Continued 



ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Allowances — Continued 



Education — Continued 

Maddock, Chas Lecturer, Normal School, To- 
ronto 600 00 

Mannell, Thos Cleaner, Normal School, To- 
ronto 504 00 

McCleary, Wm. J Carpenter, Normal School, 

Toronto 594 17 

McCreight, Jas Engineer, Normal School, 

North Bay 525 00 

Poole, Wm. A Guard, Museum, Normal 

School 500 00 

Quillie, Robt Watchman, School for the 

Blind 362 50 

Thompson, Joseph. . . .Clerk, Education Department . 500 00 

Wetherell, Jas. E Editor of Text Books 2,000 00 

Lands and Forests 

Carrell, William Clerk, Patents Branch 658 82 

Darl y, Edmund J Crown Timber Agent 900 00 

Herderson, C. H " " « 1,243 33 

Hodgson, Robt. H Clerk, Lands and Forests 725 00 

Johnston, H. E " Militar>- Grants 950 00 

Jones, C. S " Patents Branch 1,290 00 

Lewis, W. F " Survevs Branch 828 33 

McDonald, H Crown Timber Agent 750 00 

Murphy, J. J Clerk, Lands and Forests 1,380 00 

Topping, Thos Crown Lands Agent 360 00 



Mines Department 

Bartlett, G. W Superintend't, Algonquin Park 

Godda, George Ranger 

O'Brien, John D Assistant in Mining Records 

Office 

Ranger, A Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Sauyer, Jas. N " " « 



Game and Fisheries Department 

Hunter, A. J Inspector 

Johnson, H Overseer 

McGuire, John " 

Robinson, John T Warden 

Toner, George Special Patrol Officer. 

Watson, Henry Warden 



Public Worlts Department 

*Armstrong, Robt Watchman 

Crawford, W. G Carpenter, Parliament Build- 
ings 

CuflF, A. B Messenger 

Davies, Mar\- A Charwoman 

Harrington, Daniel .... Elevator Attendant 

Lucas, E. R Watchman 

. Newman, C Constable, Queen Victoria Park 

Nolan, M.I Clerk-Stenographer 

O'Donnell, M Accountant 

Pearson, Wm Constable, Queen Victoria 

Sendall, Cuthbert Attendant, Osgoode Hall 

Shrimpton, George. . . .Caretaker, Queen Victoria 
Park 



900 00 
550 00 

645 00 
550 00 
550 00 



532 00 
200 00 
360 00 
600 00 
600 00 
540 00 



575 00 



12 months 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

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2 " 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



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12 
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12 



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650 00 


12 


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343 80 


12 


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119 26 


6V?. 


« 


527 40 


12 


« 


705 67 


12 


« 


540 00 


12 


« 


533 94 


12 


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925 00 


12 


» 


480 00 


12 


« 


501 67 


12 


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558 00 



12 



600 00 

504 00 

594 17 

525 00 

500 00 

362 50 
208 33 
333 33 



658 82 
900 00 

1,243 33 
725 00 
950 00 

1,290 00 
828 33 
750 00 

1,380 00 
360 00 



900 00 
550 00 

645 00 
550 00 
550 00 



532 00 
200 00 
360 00 
1,900 00 
550 00 
540 00 



318 97 

650 00 
343 80 
64 53 
527 40 
705 67 
540 00 
533 94 
925 00 
480 00 
501 67 

558 00 



^Deceased 



AA 10 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 
ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 



Allowances — Continued 



Highways Department 

Guilett, George Clerk 



650 00 



Labour and Health Department 

Carlyle, M Factory Inspectress 557 41 

Clinton, Dr. George. . .District Officer of Health 1,900 00 

Provincial Treasury Department 

Clarke, Wm. H Clerk, King's Printer 883 33 

Sproule, C. H Assistant Treasurer 2,000 00 

Provincial Auditor's Office 

Rattray, A. J Chief Clerk 1,663 33 

Provincial Secretary's Department 

Aikens T Nurse, Ontario Hospital, Ham- 
ilton 518 00 

Algie Dr. Jas Physician, Mercer Reformatory 429 92 

Anderson, Jno. D Clerk, Pub. Inst. Office ...... . 1,002 55 

Barron H Clerk, Registrar General's 

Branch... 725 00 

Barry T T Assistant Gardener, Ontario 

Hospital, Toronto 520 00 

Beard Mary Laundress, Ontario Hospital, 

Brockville . . '. 387 50 

Belcher, A. E Registrar General's Branch . . . 700 00 

Brewster, Jas Assistant Gardener, Ontario 

Hospital, Cobourg 462 50 

Colclough, Jas Bursar, Ontario Hospital, To- 
ronto 255 05 

Dailey. W. P Bursar, Ontario Hospital, 

Brockville 1,350 00 

Daly, John Mason, Ontario Hospital, To- 
ronto 591 67 

Edwards, J Mason, Ontario Hospital, 

Brockville 493 50 

Evans, T Attendant, Ontario Hospital, 

Kingston 417 60 

Ferguson, Wm. ...... .Chief Attendant, Ontario Hos- 
pital, Brockville 841 56 

Flvnn R T Sewer Man, Ontario Hospital, 

^ ' London 699 70 

*Gillespie, J Assistant Mason, Ontario Hos- 
pital, Kingston 568 60 

Hone W. T Attendant, Ontario Hospital, 

OriUia 550 00 

Tackson, H Storekeeper, Ontario Hospital, 

London 639 00 

Jenkinson, E Clerk 1,020 00 

Jones, C. G Assistant Supervisor, Indus- 
trial Farm, Fort William . . . 

Jones, Frank Clerk, Registrar General's 

Branch 

Keaney, B. A Matron, Sudbury Gaol 

Kelly, J Engineer, Mercer Reformatory 

Leslie, R Shoemaker, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton . 

Maclean A Tailor, Ontario Hospital, Oril- 

lia 



357 16 

600 00 
360 00 
752 80 

512 00 

550 00 



12 months 


650 00 


12 " 
12 " 


557 '41 
1,900 00 


12 " 
12 " 


883 33 
2,000 00 



12 



12 

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12 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

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10 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

12 
12 



1,663 33 



518 00 

429 92 

1,002 55 

725 00 

520 00 

387 50 
700 00 

462 50 

255 05 

1,350 00 

591 67 

493 50 

417 60 

350 65 

583 00 

568 60 

550 00 

639 00 
1,020 00 

357 16 

600 00 
360 00 

752 80 

512 00 
550 00 



^Deceased 



1922-23 



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AA 11 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 
ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Allowances — Continued 
Provincial Secretary's Department — Continued 

Marshall, A Fireman, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton- (Adjustment of 

Rate) 530 97 12 months 555 06 

McArthur, F Nurse, Ontario Hospital, Oril- 

lia 555 00 3 " 138 75 

McGovan, A Gardener, Ontario Hospital, 

Cobourg 550 00 12 " 550 00 

McKay, P. F Superintendent, Ontario Re- 
formatory 748 05 12 " 748 05 

McLachlan, J. B Clerk .. 1,050 00 12 " 1,050 00 

Mobrehead, J. G Farm Hand, Ontario Hospital, 

Brockville 421 50 12 " 421 50 

Newton, C. E. C Storekeeper, Ontario Hospital, 

Penetang 569 00 12 " 568 00 

Nicholson, F. M Clerk, Pub. Inst. Office. ..... . 1,08000 12 " 1,08000 

Niles, Thos Engineer, Ontario Hospital, 

Cobourg 600 00 7 " 350 00 

Noble, J. E Stationery Engineer, Ontario 

Hospital, Kingston .. 695 16 12 " 695 16 

O'Loughlin, M Tailoress, Ontario Hospital, 

London 352 00 12 " 352 00 

Peaker, S House Maid, Ontario Hospital, 

Toronto 360 00 12 " 360 00 

Penfold, T Gaoler, Port Arthur 810 00 12 " 810 00 

Penfold, M. A Matron, Port Arthur Gaol ... . 18000 12 " 18000 

Pile, J. A Guard, Brick and Tile Plant, 

Mimico 780 00 M "■ 34 19 

Reid, J.B Guard, Central Prison . .. 748 80 12 " 748 80 

Reid, N Carpenter, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton 633 50 12 " 633 50 

Robinson, H Matron, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton _ 402 51 12 " 402 51 

Rodger, D Clerk; Ontario Hospital, Lon- 
don 763 80 12 " 763 80 

Ross, J. H Engineer, Ontario Hospital, 

Brockville 65100 12 " 65100 

Ryan, S Nurse, Ontario Hospital, Co- 
bourg 246 65 12 " 246 65 

Scobie, H. J Clerk-Stenographer, Registrar 

Branch 547 45 11 " 50183 

Shand, S Matron, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton 650 00 12 " 650 00 

Shaw, J. Morgan Senior Investigator, Pub. Inst. 660 92 93-^ " 524 66 

Smith, E Assistant Cook, Ontario Hos- 
pital, Brockville 298 49 12 " 298 49 

Smyth, M. J Supervisor, Ontario Hospital, 

London 360 00 12 " 360 00 

Strickland, W. P Gardener, Ontario Hospital, 

Toronto 705 60 12 " 705 60 

*Talbot, VV. H. K Gardener, Ontario Hospital, 

London 647 00 43-^ " 236 91 

Van Vlack, S. C Tailoress, Ontario Hospital, 

Orillia 257 55 10 " 214 63 

Vickers, R. \V Guard, Mimico Brick & Tile 

Plant 780 00 11 " 715 00 

Way, B Bursar, Ontario Hospital, 

Hamilton 1,31160 12 " 1,31160 

Wheeler, R Stoker, Mercer Reformatory. . 602 80 12 " 602 80 

Winch, S. E Matron, Ontario Hospital, 

Kingston... 23132 12 « 23132 

*Deceased. 



AA 12 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 



STATUTORY— Continued 
ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Allowances — Continued 

Agriculture Department 

Bethune, C. J. S Professor, O. A. College 900 00 

Clark, J. M Immigration Officer 1,006 06 

Creelman, G. C Agent-General, London, Eng- 
land 2,000 00 

' Fox, A. M Clerk-Stenographer, Fruit 

Branch 399 40 

Gould, P Stoker, O. A. College 480 00 

Palframan, W Labourer, O. A. College 360 00 

Reid, Dr. J. H Professor, Veterinary College. 1,056 67 



12 months 
12 " 


900 00 
1,006 06 


12 " 


2,000 00 


12 " 
12 " 
12 « 

7 " 


399 40 
480 00 
360 00 
616 39 



Beneficiaries 

Anderson, L re Late J. E. Anderson, Ontario 

Vet. College . 



152 42 



Armstrong, C. 



Arnold, E 

Bailey, M 

Belanger, M 

Best, H 

Bradshaw, M. A 

Burgess, C. J 

Clancy, E 

Cowan, E. E 

Crosby, E. B 

Crawford, J. A 

Cross, J 

Crozier, H 

Cunningham, M . . . . 

Davidson, E 

Dill, L. A 

Fitzsimmons, ^L A.. 

Fleming, E. C 

Flynn, N 

Grange, E. K. M... . 

Grant, C. M. F 

Green, K. M 



Samuel Armstrong, Sher- 
iff, District of Parry 
Sound, adjustment, 
1921-22 

H. Arnold, Fruit Pests 
inspector 

W. J. Bailey, Gaoler, 
North Bay 

Jas. Belanger, Clerk 
Archives 

W. H. Best, Osgoode 
Hall 

J. H. Bradshaw, Col- 
onization Roads 

T. W. Burgess, Ontario 
Hospital, Mimico 

J. Clancy, Provincial 

Auditor 1,000 00 

J. Cowan, Normal 
School, Toronto 

S. J. Crosby, Clerk Li- 
cense Commission .... 

W. Crawford, Fire In- 
spector 

Robert Cross, Foreman 
Parliament Buildings. . 

J. A. G. Crozier, Clerk 
Lands and Forests .... 

C. E. Cunningham, Ont. 
Hospital, London 

W. D. Davidson, Os- 
goode Hall 329 08 

J. W. Dill, Assistant 

Postmaster 412 50 

W. A. Fitzsimmons, Car- 
penter, Ontario Hospi- 
tal, Brockville 118 59 

John Fleming, Warden, 

Game and Fish Dept. . 241 26 

Robert J. Flynn, Ontario 

Hospital, London 349 85 

Dr. E. A. Grange, Ont. 

Vet. College 750 00 

W. F. F. Grant, Osgoode 

Hall 525 00 

L. A. Green, Inspector, 

Education Dept 540 27 



466 02 
148 35 
184 65 
325 00 
354 32 
420 00 
75 14 



138 33 
480 93 
218 61 
236 88 
685 00 
93 61 



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152 42 



1,199 


49 


148 


35 


184 


65 


235 


37 


354 


32 


420 


00 


75 


14 


1,000 


00 


138 


33 


480 


93 


218 


61 


46 


62 


685 


00 


93 


61 


329 


08 


412 


50 


118 


59 


151 


32 


53 


11 


750 


00 


525 


00 


.540 


27 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



AA 13 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 



STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Allowances — Continued 



Beneficiaries — Continued 

Heighway, M. E. . . .re Late R. B. Heighway, Ontario 

Hospital, London 450 00 

Henderson, A. H. . . . " H. Henderson, Ontario 

Hospital, Mimico 161 19 

Hunt, E. A " W. Hunt, O. A. College. 286 15 

Jackson, A " J. W. Jackson, Investi- 
gator, Public Trustee . 210 00 

Jaques, I " M. M. Jaques, Clerk, 

Treasury Dept 278 03 

Kennedy, E " W. Kennedy, Public 

Works . . . .' 350 00 

Lane, F. L " E. G. Lane, Ont. Hosp., 

Woodstock. 99 57 

Lucas, E " G. Lucas, License In- 
spector 325 00 

MacMartin, J " D. G. MacMartin, Sher- 
iff, Lanark County. ... 450 00 

Maguire, A. A " W. A. Maguire, Ontario 

Hospital, Toronto. . . . 367 75 

Margach, C " W. Margach, Crown 

Timber Agent 480 00 

McCrimmon, E " D. McCrimmon, Ontario 

Hospital, Brockville... 290 03 

McGhir, M « W. C. McGhir, Station- 
ary Engineer 268 71 

Nurse, A. R " Wm. Nurse, School for 

the Deaf 360 00 

Pardoe, M. S " A. Pardoe, Librarian 

Education Dept 781 00 

Roberts, I. H " D. R. Roberts, Head 

Clerk, Audit Office.... 377 87 

Ross, B. L " D. G. Ross, Lands and 

Forests 900 00 

Rowland, A. M " J. S. Rowland, Succession 

Duty Branch 481 64 

Squirrel], M. " J. A. Squirrell, O. A. Col- 
lege 196 20 

Templeton, J. C " A. Templeton, Engineer, 

Normal School, London 250 00 

Todd, M. B " J. Todd, Ontario Hosp. 

Brockville 134 44 

Turner, A. A " C. Turner, Ontario Hosp. 

Penetang 177 25 

Vale, E. A " W. J. Vale, Insurance 

Branch 734 95 

Varin, C " H. C. Varin, Sheriff, 

Dist. Nipissing (Ad- 
justment from August 
24 1920) 459 32 

White, H. G " J. F. White,' ' Normal 

School , Ottawa 1 ,000 00 

Young, F. C " E. H. Young, Ontario 

Hospital, London 357 33 



6K months 239 79 



12 « 

12 " 

11 " 
9H " 

12 " 
10 « 
12 " 

6H " 

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12 " 

12 " 

43^ " 

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12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

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Lump Sum Payments ($842.80) 

(10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 4, Sec. 7) 
Estate of 

Bell, Dr. Robt. W. . .Formerly Provincial Medical Inspector, Board of 

Health - 32 15 

Klinck, Cecil R " Lecturer, Ontario Agricultural College 3 90 

Smith, Rachel " Housemaid, Ontario Hospital, Orillia 27 

Weegar, R. H " Watchman, Public Works Department .... 



161 19 
286 15 

188 23 

219 95 

350 00 

82 59 

325 00 

247 19 

367 75 

480 00 
299 03 
268 71 
137 75 
781 00 

23 81 
900 00 

481 64 
196 20 
250 00 
134 44 
177 25 
734 95 

1,464 58 

1,000 00 

357 33 



521 00 

124 66 

20 00 

140 82 



125 


54 


144 


94 


20 


38 


182 


17 


245 


00 


392 


50 



AA 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Lump Sum Payments ($1,636.94) 
(10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 4, Sec. 8) 
Estate of 

Colliei, Sarah Formerly Ontario Government Dispensary, Hamilton 41 12 

Gray, -Mrs. Eliza- 
beth re Late H: Gray, Public Works 7 24 

Honsberger, A. M. . . " A. M. Honsberger, Painter 3 76 

Hudson, Anna B. . . . " Anna Beatrice Hudsjn, Clerk-Stenographer, 

Ontario Hospital, Brockville 53 

Keenleyside, Jas. E.. " Jas. E. Keenle\side, License Inspector 8 23 

Lowry, Mrs. M.I... " A. F. Lowrv, Court Reporter 10 03 

MacKay, Dr. Alex . . " Dr. Alex. MacKay, Public Insts 20 38 

Magee, Wm. R " Wm. R. Magee, Guard, Industrial Farm, 

Burwash 18 00 

Maitland, Dr. Ken- 
neth R " Dr. K. R. Maitland, Assistant Physician, On- 
tario Hospital, Kingston 16 29 

Murphv, Mrs. Mary. " Agnes H. Murphy, Highways Department 7 44 

Smythe, Jno. R " J. R. Smythe, Constable, Provincial Police.. . . 1 00 46 21 

Taylor, Jas " Jas. Taylor, Sanitary Inspector 9 41 200 00 

Urquhart, Mrs. An- 
nie " John Urquhart, Constable, Provincial Police. . 7 47 129 30 

Lump Sum Payments ($1,635.71) 
(10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 4, Sec. 18) 
Anderson, Mrs. Elin- 
or M re Late John Gordon, License Inspector 114 51 

Cook, Mrs. Alva. ... " John Gordon, License Inspector 114 51 

Cronk, F. A., and 

Susanthe Cronk ... " M. J. Cronk, School for the Deaf, Belleville 27757 

Gordon, Rev. H. E . . " John Gordon, License Inspector 114 50 

White, Wm. J re Estate Late W. J. White " " 342 04 

Morton, Susan re Late S. Morton, Matron, Mercer Reformator}- 672 58 

Lump Sum Payments ($1,881.30) 
(10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 4, Sec. 19) 
Estate of 

Carter, Geo re Late Geo. Carter 

Elliott, Wm. H " W. H. Elliott, Sheriff 



Refunds of Contributions by Employees, including interest, upon retiring from the Service ($25,507 

Aaron. George Provincial Secretary's Department 

Agar, Blanche Attorney General's Department 77 

Aide, Laura Provincial Secretary's Department 1 41 

Andrews, W. H Attorney General's Department 56 

Anderson, C. H Public Works 19 47 

Archdekin, H. E Attorney General's Department 

Ashby, Joseph Pro\'incial Secretary's Department 

Ashall, A. E Education Department 3 36 

Ashley, Hozelle Provincial Secretary's Department 

Ataman, J Attorne\' General's Department 5 93 

Atkins, Mabel Provincial Secretary's Department 82 

Atken, Adam " " " 66 

Atkins, John Attorney General's Department 5 79 

A\res, William Provincial Secretary's Department 2 44 

Bailey, Grace " " ' " 

Bailey, Percv H Attorney General's Department 1 41 

Baines, W. B Lands and Forests Department 7 80 

Baker, Percy Public Works 

Balfour, J S Agriculture Department 35 

Barclay, Jas Provincial Secretary's Department 2 75 



900 


00 


981 


30 


5,507.00) 


12 


27 


56 


32 


35 


89 


37 


07 


312 


82 


10 


61 


/ 


00 


71 


50 


10 


00 


113 


76 


26 


28 


39 


00 


143 


89 


74 


38 


16 


31 


141 


36 


157 


50 


16 


20 


70 


72 


93 


51 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AA 15 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Bartlett, Jas Mines Department 21 19 360 19 

Barter, Ira A Provincial Secretary's Department 6 04 100 65 

Barber, Alfred C Agriculture Department 17 60 

Beardsell, Cecil Provincial Secretary's Department 1 40 42 25 

Beseau, Stanley " " " 138 42 16 

Bell, A. P " " « 6 17 118 50 

Berner, Rose Attorney General's Department 31 43 12 

Blake, Jno Provincial Secretary's Department 112 36 50 

Blake, Ada « " " 74 26 01 

Brady, Geo " " " 15 00 

Bradlev, Ethel " " " 5 00 

Black, T. G " " " 4 00 

Bleaklev, Tames Attorney General's Department 60 68 12 

Blueman, L Public Works 58 26 46 

Branfitt, Edwin S Provincial Secretary's Department 1 72 59 64 

Bowland, C. W Game and Fisheries Department 1 58 46 54 

Bowen, Harry C Provincial Secretary's Department 5 03 84 13 

Boyd, M Attorney General's Department 112 47 54 

Brady, E Provincial Secretary's Department 2 88 70 85 

Brittain, Henry " " " 26 91 63 

Brown, E " " « •. 5 52 128 00 

Brown, Jessie F Labour Department 6 07 

Brown, Charles D Provincial Secretary's Departm.ent 7 25 126 00 

Brown, Samuel " " " 98 34 63 

Brown, Marv " "_ " 3 33 57 04 

Brown, F. W Attorney General's Department 70 46 33 

Brown, Dr. A. H Provincial Secretary's Department 14 00 220 50 

Brock, Wm. R Labour Department 17 87 

Bruce, Wm Provincial Secretary's Department 2 03 51 14 

Burnett, George " " " 20 00 

Burwash, L. T Public Works 31 

Bryden, John Provincial Secretary's Department 5 65 120 00 

Caldwell, W. C Agriculture Department 7 63 132 00 

Cameron, Donald Provincial Secretary's Department 65 26 98 

Cameron, J. A. C Attorney General's Department 29 71 536 68 

Campbell, D. M " " " 4 74 81 13 

Campbell, Fergus Labour Department 4 25 96 17 

Campbell, K. D Attorney General's Department 10 62 188 19 

Cambridge, H. T Labour Department 2 95 77 30 

Cardwell, Thos Provincial Secretary's Department 1 05 41 50 

Carson, Teresa " " " 14 00 

Carson, Henry " " " 19 00 

Carr, Albert " " " 8 55 145 00 

Carefoot, Olive M Lands and Forests Department 4 65 78 85 

Chrouse, Alma Provincial Secretary's Department 1 95 48 89 

Church, Grace R " " " 71 24 95 

Clark, Wm " " " 2 00 49 78 

Clarke, Chas " " " 6 80 132 91 

Clermont, J. A Attorney General's Department 25 01 

Cockburn, Ethel M. .. . Provincial Secretary's Department 9 86 

Cohoon, T. H Game and Fisheries Department 1 26 43 42 

Coleman, R. J Provincial Secretary's Department 69 33 00 

Collins, G. W Agriculture Department 12 17 213 33 

Colbert, E. . . . •. Provincial Secretary's Department 28 24 08 

Connor, W. I Attorney General's Department 12 09 219 84 

Constable, T. M Labour Department 4 16 

Cooper, A. | Attorney General's Department 84 115 20 

Cookman, Geo. E " '• " 161 64 49 

Cookson, Nellie Provincial Secretary's Department 2 91 78 50 

Coulter, Wm. J Attorney General's Department 13 57 234 25 



AA16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 
STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Covey, Alice K Labour Department 73 29 05 

Craib, Isobel W " " U 20 08 

Cracknell, G Provincial Secretary's Department 38 28 00 

Crick, E. G " " " 3 27 60 59 

Crooks, G.L " " " 1158 189 00 

Culley, Dorothy Attorney General's Department 66 47 84 

Curtis, Ida Mae Labour Department 2 30 53 45 

Curtis, Fred Provincial Secretary's Department 48 34 56 

Davis, L. M Agriculture Department 14 50 243 34 

Davis, Victor S Provincial Secretary's Department 2 17 54 53 

Davis, H. E Highways Department 5 25 117 50 

Daveson, Winnifred . . . Education Department 2 43 

Davey, Annie Provincial Secretary's Department 14 00 

Davies, H " " " .... 5 00 

Davidson, W. G Game and Fisheries Department 54 30 00 

Daze, M Provincial Secretary's Department 90 31 44 

Dean, J. J Attorney General's Department 5 11 

Dexter, Ida P Education Department 3 45 62 25 

Devenny, Flossie Attorney General's Department 4 48 

Dickison, Clifford F . . .Game and Fisheries Department 2 86 77 49 

Dickson, John W Attorney General's Department 15 41 243 75 

Dillon, E. M Attorney General's Department 2 08 121 22 

Dow, Sarah Provincial Secretary's Department 30 17 CO 

Donaldson, Geo. A. . . .Attorney General's Department 71 74 

Douglas, Agnes Provincial Secretary's Department 74 31 90 

Douglas, Daniel " "_ " 184 62 00 

Duncan, A. L Attorney General's Department 15 58 

Duncan, Mary Provincial Secretary's Department 7 55 1 18 75 

Edwards, Charles " " " 2 19 65 21 

Egelton, Charles Attorney General's Department 3 20 104 96 

Emery, John S " " " 9 05 154 30 

Evans, A " " " 3 60 61 47 

Ferguson, Alex Agriculture Department 44 20 

Ferguson, Jessie Provincial Secretary's Department 2 00 

Fidol, Wilfred " " " 1 55 44 75 

Fleischauer, Clara Public Works 10 71 

Foran, Elmer J Attorney General's Department 2 16 67 17 

Forrest, Allan Provincial Secretary's Department 1 44 41 63 

Foy, Mary I Labour Department 4 55 100 60 

Free, Geo. H Game and Fisheries Department 30 20 17 

French, Wm. A Provincial Secretary's Department 1 45 41 50 

Fullerton, F. E " " " 1 84 40 72 

Galloway, Archie " " " 7 40 143 50 

Gamble, Wilson " " " 104 4113 

Garrett, Cretia " " " 1 00 

Gibson, Margaret " " " 11 00 

Gillespie, F Education Department 60 43 34 

Good, J. B. L Agriculture Department ' 8 89 129 63 

Grahame, A Provincial Secretary's Department 3 90 87 00 

Graham, C. L Attorney General's Department ■* 28 30 49 

Grey, Sarah E Provincial Secretary's Department 4 00 

Green, Wm. E., Jr " " " 2, ii 67 88 

Griffith, Clara " " « 16 00 

Gummerson, Wm. S . . . " " " 80 31 00 

Hackett, E. W " " « 3 00 77 70 

Hagyard, B. E " ' " « 3 00 49 70 

Hamilton, N " " " 95 35 00 

Hamilton, W Agriculture Department 1 56 36 30 

Hamilton, James Highways Department 7 16 

Harrison, Alice May . . .Education Department 1 87 53 63 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AA 17 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 
STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Harte, William Provincial Secretary's Department 1 56 51 00 

Harris, W. J Attorney General's Department 2 65 81 79 

Harvard, F. B Public Works 3 50 85 69 

Hastings, D. M Lands and Forests Department 2 41 9-1 54 

Hawlev, Frank Provincial Secretarv's Department 1 75 62 50 

Heard', Geo "" " ' " .... 21 00 

Healey, Percv " " " 14 00 

Hewett, Chas " « " 2 25 57 81 

Higgins, T " " " 8 24 138 50 

Hill, A. G " « " 150 45 38 

Hill, M.I " " " 5 31 83 56 

Histed, Ross " " " 1 83 52 46 

Hitchman, F Attorney General's Dep'artment 11 56 

Holland, Doris L " " ^ " 63 63 19 

Holmes, John F Provincial Secretary's Department 98 34 75 

Hoi man, Mark P « " " 3 62 75 40 

Holden, Wm " " " 4 71 89 88 

Hunter, Mildred " " " 2 26 47 92 

Hooper, A. A " " ' " 56 24 98 

Hoke, Emily " " " ' 2 25 54 03 

Hudson, Leon E " " " 2 61 62 68 

Hunter, Dr. A. J " " " 1198 250 00 

Hutton, M. L Agriculture Department 95 32 94 

Jenvey, Byron G " " 10 76 199 47 

Jones, Charles Provincial Secretary's Department 2 62 58 75 

Jcnes, Col. L. E Highways Department 14 85 266 61 

Jones, H Provincial Secretary's Department 2 08 66 06 

Jones, W. M Lands and Forests Department 62 45 32 

Judd, Elizabeth Provincial Secretarv's Department 6 00 

Kane, Francis H " " ' « 35 21 00 

Kells, Cecil " " « 1 25 43 00 

Kilpatrick, Gertrude. . . " " " 2 20 49 50 

Killmaster, J Education Department 40 28 14 

King, William Provincial Secretary's Department 5 08 95 25 

Kingsley, M " " " 9 00 

Knight, Alfred Attorney General's Department 10 65 190 85 

Knight, Elmer Provincial Secretary's Department 2 37 77 68 

Kramer, Edward " " " 1 50 47 57 

Kyle, Helen " " " 3 00 59 25 

Lambert, Joseph " " " 1 68 40 44 

Landell, Wm. T " " " 82 32 50 

Lancaster, H. M Labour and Health Department 21 28 365 08 

Lee, Lucy Provincial Secretary's Department 162 45 50 

LeClaire, Helena " " " 7 29 

Leppard, H. M Education Department 9 40 201 25 

Lester, W. M Attorney General's Department 2 98 

Linton, Wm Provincial Secretary's Department 1 40 

Linton, Alice M Labour and Health Department 5 52 122 18 

Littlejohn, Mary Provincial Secretary's Department 30 16 00 

Lockman, Beatrice .... " " " 3 00 

Longmore^ John " " " 5 11 118 35 

Luckham, C. F ....... . Agriculture Department 722 134 00 

Ludlow, Amy K Provincial Secretary's Department 6 00 

Lumsden, Q. A Highways Department 30 00 

Maben, Gerald C Attorney General's Department 1 10 48 11 

MacBride, I Education Department 2 07 50 55 

Maclom, Gordon Provincial Secretary's Department 68 29 50 

MacMillan, Mvrtle .... " " « 4 60 98 00 

MacVicar, Mary " " " 6 00 

Mallen, James W Attorney General's Department 37 03 613 73 



AA18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Manning, Marv I Agriculture Department 

Manion, IM..." " " _ 3 

Marsill, Allan Provincial Secretary's Department 2 1 

Martin, Alice H Agriculture Department 

Masterson, Dorothy.. .Attorney General's Department 

Maycock, Chas. Geo. .. Provincial Secretary's Department 3 

Maynard, Loeta C. . . .Attorney General's Department 4 

McCarthv, Minnie .... Provincial Secretary's Department 4 

McConnell, J....:.... " " " 2 

McCort, G. C Lands and Forests 5 

McFadden, Robt Provincial Secretary's Department 2 

McGinley, Glenn Attorney General's Department 

McKay, John Provincial Secretary's Department 3 

McKenzie, Angus Education Department ; 

McKenney, Theresa V .Provincial Secretary's Department 

McLeod, J. M Attorney General's Department 1 

McLellan, Grace O . . . . Mines Department 

McMillan, D. M Labour Department 2 

McNair, F. A. R Provincial Secretary's Department 2 

McPhail, Marion Agriculture Department 2 

McQuaig, Dr. Chas. H. Provincial Secretary's Department 4 

McVittie, Bella " " " 3 

Meath, C. W. E Labour Department 14 29 

Middleton, Lional J . . . Provincial Secretary's Department 1 "" 

Milne, Norma E Provincial Treasurer's Department 

Mitchell, T. B Provincial Secretary's Department 5 

Moonev, Marguerite. . . " " " 1 

Montgome.y, Ray " " " 7 

Montgomery, Mary . . . Agriculture Department 6 

Moore, Frank Provincial Secretary's Department 

Morrison, Grace Labour Department 

Mundy, Eva Attorney General's Department 3 

Murphy, Florence E . . .Labour Department 1 

Musgrave, A. H. K.. . .Agriculture Department 

Naismith, Dr. A. G. .. .Department of Labour and Health 2 

Necklin, G Agriculture Department 2 

Neelands, Dr. Lucy. . . .Education Department 6 

Newman, H. M Attorney General's Department 3 

Nicholas, Wm Provincial Secretary's D^artment 2 

O'Flaherty, T. F Lands and Forests Department 

Ogglestein, Robt " " " " 4 

O'Gorman, M. A Labour and Health Department 3 

Osmond, Winnifred.. . .Provincial Secretary's Department 4 

Oswald, Harry " " " 3 

Paice, E. W Game and Fisheries Department 1 

Parker, T. J Attorney General's Department 

Parks, ^L W Education Department 6 

Passmore, Harry M . . . Highways Department 11 

Paul, David Provincial Secretary's Department 

Percy, Wm " " " 8 

Pike, Arthur H " " ^ " 2 

Pollard, Geo Attorney General's Department ■ 

Pollock, Jno Education Department 3 22 

Poole, E. G Lands and Forests Department 15 

Pope, Marguerite E . . .Treasury Department .» 

Porter, A. S Attorney General's Departm.ent 2 

Porter, Geo. W Labour Department 10 

Priddle, Jack Provincial Secretary's Department 

Proctor, Frank E Public Works Department 2 

Proctor, K. L Agriculture Department 5 



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1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AA 19 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT— Conrinued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds— Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Quinn, F. J Game and Fisheries Department 4 80 104 00 

Rolfe, Jno Attorney General's Department ' . . . . 1 33 133 44 

Ramsdale, Jno. E Agriculture Department 9 60 163 07 

Rouselle, E Treasury Department 4 24 65 88 

Raymore, W. Gerald. . .Highways Department 25 19 48 

Reid, E. M Audit Office 93 30 20 

Reid, Robt. B Agriculture Department 52 33 93 

Reid, Robt Provincial Secretary's Department 4 23 8181 

Reeves, George " " " 2 72 104 20 

Robb, Thos. W Attorney General's Department 14 51 

Robinson, Margaret G .Game and Fisheries Department 2 40 5^ ^^ 

Robinson. Frank Provincial Secretary's Department 2 64 74 50 

Robinson, Jas. A " " " . 1 00 42 50 

Roche, Clara Game and Fisheries Department 2 50 56 55 

Rock, Flora Provincial Secretarv's Department 10 00 

Rose, Annie M " " ' " 12 00 

Rycroft, Chas. B " " " 4 00 71 50 

Sackville, Jno. P Agriculture Department 9 56 215 83 

Sanson, H. V Provincial Secretary's Department... 31 21 26 

Saraza, Thos Lands and Forests Department 7 83 141 04 

Sartain, Dorothy Provincial Secretary's Department 27 16 23 

Scott, Wilma F Labour and Health Department 92 33 50 

Scott, Elizabeth Provincial Secretary's Department 3 38 70 52 

Shaw, Margaret F " " " 6 00 

Sharpe, Richard " " " 3 16 76 00 

Sheehan, Mary " " " 16 00 

Sheinert, Lillian Education Department 3 68 58 7Q 

Singleton, Mrs. E Lands and Forests Department 3 00 60 50 

Smith, Wilfred Education Department 3 37 7151 

Smith, P. L Provincial Secretarv's Department 4 22 95 46 

Smith, F " " " " 2 60 5168 

Smith, Archibald Public Works Department 10 60 189 00 

Smith, Thos Provincial Secretarv's Department 157 45 00 

Smith, Laura " " ' " 19 00 

Smith, J. T " " " 14 44 

.Smith, Zoe B Labour Department 8 55 131 67 

Spencer, Garnet J Attcrnev General's Department 27 27 04 

Springett, C. K " " " _ " 1 96 64 71 

Spinsbv, Gladys M . . . . Provincial Secretary's Department 1 24 33 52 

Stertevant, Frank " " " 1 75 51 39 

Stark, A " " " 2 86 63 00 

Stewart, C. R Labour and Health Department 9 52 141 81 

Stewart, Margaret J . .. Provincial Secretary's Department 1 44 33 51 

Stockbridge, Geo Attorney General's Department 8 87 

Strachan, J Provincial Secretary's Department 2 85 66 00 

Strange, Jessie Labour Department 5 16 124 66 

Stronach, Mary Provincial Secretary's Department 98 47 00 

Strudwick, Eva Labcur Department 2 81 52 59 

Stubley, Ethel Provincial Secretary's Department 66 

Sutherland, R. J Highways Department 1 83 64 08 

Svmons, C. W Attorney General's Department 9 98 191 76 

Talbot, J.N ■ " " _ " 32 31 92 

Telford, Harold Provincial Secretary's Department 1 18 38 50 

Teevens, Jno " " " 2 26 

1 44 41 34 

7 00 

2 17 54 75 

6 86 103 00 

3 65 67 00 

99 39 00 



Thompson, J. F 

Thompson, Charlotte.. 
Thompson, Pussel D. . 

Thompson , Reg 

Thurston, Ralph 

Tims, H. A 



AA20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 
ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANfNUATION ACT— Continued 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds — Continued 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees — Continued 

Tindall, H. M Education Department 63 

Treasurer of Ontario 29 93 

" " 5 00 

" " 100 00 

Tyo, Mae 4 09 68 16 

\'andervoort, B Provincial Secretary's Department .... 5 00 

Waldron, Lillian A . . . . Labour and Health Department 4 07 59 50 

Walker, \'incent A . . . .Attorney General's Department 67 38 80 

Warren, Walter J Provincial Secretary's Department 55 27 50 

Warne, Ray H Game and Fisheries 35 27 63 

Warney, Margaret .... Highways Department 1 85 43 07 

Webb, Irene Agriculture Department 5 42 106 16 

Webb, Elaine L Attornev General's Department 44 45 56 

White, L. M Labour Department 122 35 30 

Whitelaw, A Provincial Secretary's Department . . . 3 91 64 53 

Whittle, Joseph Agriculture Department 28 24 00 

Wilson, Elva IM Provincial Secretary's Department 1 90 40 90 

Williams, W. H Education Department 36 24 08. 

Wells, Wilfred J Provincial Secretary's Department 6 86 117 50 

Wilson, Geo Agriculture Department 10 60 175 96 

Williams, Marjorie " " 2 52 80 03 

Wilson, Vera Labour Department 12 39 

Wilson, Robt. T Provincial Secretary's Department 1 64 42 00 

Willis, Jno " « « 51 3100 

Woodcock, M. J Game and Fisheries Department 1 76 47 90 

Young, S. B Attorney General's Department 3 60 108 32 

Young, Douglas D . . . .Mines Departm.ent 7 87 151 67 

Youngs Mary Beatrice .Attorney General's Department 8 95 141 80 

NORTHERN ONTARIO FIRE RELIEF ACT, 13-14 GEO. V, Chap. 7, Sec. 2 ($97,733.13) 

Township of: Town of: 

Armstrong 1,500 00 Charlton 12,994 00 

Brethour 2,550 00 Hailevbury 35,083 72 

^"^"^^ l?-^55500 y,,,^^^^,._ 

L.3.S6V O.oUL/ uU T^i I i oTc AA 

Dack 3,000 00 Thornloe 1,875 00 

Dvmond 696 33 School Section: 

Evanturel 3,600 00 Xo. 1 Brvce and Beauchamp ... 178 20 

Harley 3,000 00 Xo. 1 Ingram 197 36 

Harris 460 00 Xo. 2 Ingram & Pense 5 1 95 

H-^liard 7,514 66 Xo. 3 Robillard ^^M^ 

Kerns 2,077 00 Savard "Consolidated Schools" . 642 76 

Statutory $279,824.17 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

COMMISSIONS RE SUNDRY INVESTIGATIONS ($325,124.65) 
Royal Commission, Hydro-Electric Enquiry ($324,624.65) 

Living 

Allowance Services 
Commission 

W. D. Gregory Chairman . 2,490 00 12,450 00 

M. J. Hanev Commissioner 2,220 00 11, ICO 00 

L.Harris..' " 1,170 00 5,850 00 

J.A.Ross " 100 00 6,350 00 

R.A.Ross " 20,125 00 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AA21 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 
SPECIAL WARRANTS— Continued 

COMMISSIONS RE SUNDRY INVESTIGATIONS— Continued 

Royal Commission, Hydro-Electric Enquiry — Continued 
Staff 

Bovver, J. H. W Secretary at 500.00 per month, 6,000.00; living allowance at 

250.00 per month, 3,000.00 9,000 00 

Hogg, D Asst. Secretary at 450.00 per month, 2,284.62; at 525.00 per 

month, 2,887.50 5,172 12 

Francis, W. J Consulting engineer at 125.00 per diem 30,759 20 

Foster, L Asst. legal adviser at 350.00 per month 875 00 

Latimer, W.H " " at 300.00 per month, 1,950.00; at 350.00 

per month, 880.00 2,830 00 

Scroggie, G. T « « at 250.00 per month, 1,625.00; at 275.00 

per month, 687.50 2,312 50 

Kent, J. P Law clerk at 12.50 per diem 462 50 

McQuaig, J. A. R. . . " " at 4.00 per diem 256 00 

Sullivan, F.J " " at 4.00 per diem 332 00 

Bell, H. A Research work at 300.00 per month 750 00 

Davis, C. R Special engineering work at 7.00 per diem 146 00 

McDougali, V. E.. . .Accountant and chief clerk at 151.66 per month 949 46 

Pursey, H. B Accountant and stenographer at 130.00 per month, 872.50; 

at 140.00 per month, 632.00 1,504 50 

Porritt, CM Chief clerk and stenographer at 160.00 per month, 1,080.50; 

at 175.00 per month, 962.50 2,043 00 

Scafe, M Clerk and stenographer at 173.33 per month 1,733 40 

Knapp, A. L Stenographer at 151.66 per month 242 07 

Tundall, M. E " " 151.66 per month .. .■ 1,41160 

Armstrong, A. L " " 5.00 per diem 25 00 

Conlin, N. E........ " " 5.00 per diem 657 00 

Martin, E. W " " 5.00 per diem 265 00 

Moyer, Mrs. E. M . " " 5.00 per diem 70 00 

Stratton, R " " 5.00 per diem 15 00 

Thomas, B. M " " 5.00 per diem 34 83 

McLean, E.G " " 125.00 per month 312 50 

MacGillivrav, E. L.. " " 115.00 per month 632 50 

Geggie, A. F " " 114.40 per month 1,104 25 

Matthews, H " " 114.40 per month 1,050 50 

Miller, R " " 114.40 per month 524 20 

McEachren, K " " 4.00 per diem 60 00 

Cullen.E.. " " 52.00 per month, 104.00; at 60.00 per month, 

601.5"0 705 50 

Sutherland, J. S Clerk at 5.00 per diem 55 00 

Casserly, L Messenger at 43.33 per month 79 98 

Marks, R " " 35.00 per month • 18 85 

Thirlway, A " " 35.00 per month 83 46 

Warr, F " " 35.00 per month 227 50 

Moran,W " " 8.00 per week 325 31 

Hirsch, L. I Engineer and draughtsman at 300.00 per month 2,400 00 

Abbott, W.H " " 250.00 per month 70192 

Wilson, W " " 240.00 per month 1,920 00 

Adams, W. D " " 200.00 per month, 600.00; at 

230.00 per month, 1,150.00; at 250.00 per month, 1,000.00 2,750 00 

Armson, H. P Engineer and draughtsman at 200.00 per month 2,050 00 

Biilson, Geo " " at 175.00 per month, 350.00; at 

200.00 per month, 1,600.00 1,950 00 

McDonald, C. K . . . . Engineer and draughtsman at 200.00 per month 2,000 00 

Walcot, J. B " " 200.00 per month 1,669 23 

Williams, S. R " " 200.00 per month 2,000 00 

Brown, F. B Consulting engineers 25,041 50 

Price, Waterhouse & Co., Investigation of the accounts and records relating to the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission's undertakings 42,920 50 

Wegenast, F. W Legal services • . ■ 2,915 39 



AA 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 



SPECIAL WARRANTS -Continued 



COMMISSIONS RE SUNDRY INVESTIGATIONS— Continued 



Royal Commission, Hydro-Electric Enquiry — Continued 



Travelling Expenses 

Adams, \V. D 211 75 

Bower, J. H. W'., and Commis- 
sion 884 26 

Davis, C. R 88 24 

• Foster, L 205 95 

Hogg, D 39 17 

Kent, J. P 170 05 

Latimer, W. H 162 35 

Porritt, C. M 58 51 

Scafe, M 219 09 

Scroggie, Geo. T 94 30 

Wegenast, F. W 444 46 

Wilson, W. S 44 95 

Miscellaneous 

Art Metropole, draughtsmen's 

supplies 113 95 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange 

and messages 838 40 

Brigdens Ltd., photographic 

work 8,933 60 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 43 49 

C.P.R. Co. 'sTelegraph, telegrams 150 51 

Chad wick, R. E., e.xpenses testi- 
fying before commission 85 75 

Clarkson, Gordon & Dilworth, 
preparation of financial and 
operating statements 6,540 00 

Cherrier, AL E., stenographic 

work 30 50 

Coo, \V. C, reporting and copies 

of proceedings at enquiry. . . . 5,494 90 

Dom. Express Co., charges. ... 50 20 

Dom. Press Clipping Agency, 

press clippings 395 00 

Dymond, A. M., memorandums 
of history of Hydro-Electric 
legislation 

Fraser Brace, Ltd., investigating 
construction costs, 1913-1922. 

Fraser, Chas. G., e.xpenses testi- 
fying before commission 

Foster, Lester and Russell, legal 
fees 1 

Grand & Toy Ltd., stationery. . 

Gregory, W. D., petty cash dis- 
bursements 

Guin Mrs. B., stenographic 
work 

Hollinrake, T. A., making inven- 
tory of Queenston Chippawa 
Development 4, 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, expenses re investigations 39, 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,445.98; printing, 504.98 1, 



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189 


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17 


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024 


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697 


84 


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96 



Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice 

Lewis, Rice, & Son., Ltd, coal 
oil heater 

London Can. Corporation Ltd., 
office rent 

MacLaren, K. F., rental of office 
furniture 

McAndrew, James, & Evans, 
legal fees 

McBurney, F. C, legal fees. . . . 

McLaughlin, J. J., Ltd., water 
and rental of containers 

Might Directories, Ltd., press 
clippings 

Mitchell, C. H., fees, consulting 
engineer 

Mitchell, P. H., making inven- 
tory of Queenston Chippawa 
Development 

Noiseless Typewriter Sales Co., 
rent of machine 

Postmaster, postage 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo 
supplies 

Reid, A. J., janitor services and 
repairs 

Rogers Electric Co., Ltd., lamps 

Rowell, Reid, Wood, Wright & 
McMillan, legal fees 

Shaughnessy Sandham, electric 
fan and lamps 

Stainton, Downey & Evis, Ltd., 
stationery 

Standard Pattern Works, bind- 
ing press, boxes and packing 
cases 

Stuart, Francis L., fees, consult- 
ing engineers 

Sundrv newspapers, advertising 
803.71; subscriptions 38.42. . 

Sundry persons, witness fees and 
expenses 

Toronto Hvdro-Electric System, 
light....' ....' 

Toronto Sanitary Towel Supply, 
towel supplies 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission car tickets 

United Engineering Society, pre- 
paring references on wages 
and efficiency of labour 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
rental of machines and inspec- 
tions 

Williams, H. H., office rent. . . . 



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31 


94 


75 


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MacLaren, 
secretary. 



K. B. 



Hydro-Radial Commission ($500.00) 



services, 



300 00 



Sullivan, J. G., services, consult- 
ing engineer 



2C0 CO 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNT S AA 23 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER— Continued 

SPECIAL WARRANTS— Continued 

Manufacture of Insulin ($25,000.00) 

University of Toronto 25,000 00 

Construction of an extension from Swastika to Larder Lake on the Nipissing Central 

Railway ($300,000.00) 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway 3C0,CC0 CO 

Preparation of information for and the submission of evidence to the Hydro -Radial 

Commission ($375,211.90) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 375,211 90 

Submission of Radial Railway By-laws ($12,905.14) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 12,905 14 

Investigations, surveys, bv-laws and reports on proposed Radial Railway during year 

1921 ($2,115.10) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 2,115 10 

Expenditure made on account of the bonus to Rural Primary Transmission Lines as 
authorized by the Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act (11 Geo. V, chap. 2) 

($425,000.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 425,CC0 CO 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission ($71,000.00) 

Niagara System, miscellaneous distribution stations 60,CC0 00 

Wasdell System, rural 5,0C0 00 

Ranney's Development, hydraulic 5,C00 ,00 

Under Water Power Regulation Act l.CCO CO 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind ($65,eC0.00} 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, grant 65,000 00 

Special Warrants $1,601,356.79 

Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister $13,330,864.01 



PART B 



LEGISLATION 



FISCAL YEAR 1922-1923 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Legislature: page 

Salaries and Contingencies 3 

Clerks of Committees 3 

Sessional Writers 5 

Stationery', printing and binding 6 

Indemnity to Members 7 

House Post Office (Prov. Treasurer) 7 

Archives " " 9 

Library (Minister of Education) . . 7 

Law Office (Attorney-General) 10 

Refunds 10 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



r 3 



LEGISLATION 

Salaries ($9,346.67) 



Hon. Nelson Parliament .Speaker 2,500 00 

A. H. Sydere Clerk of the House 12 months 2,800 00 

F. T. Glackmeyer Sergeant-at-Arms 12 " 2,000 00 

Robt. Brown . Clerk 12 " 1,300 00 

F. Pritchard Secretary to Mr. Speaker 5K " 746 67 



Clerks of Committees ($1,475.00) 

. Chief Clerk of Committees 850 00 

400 00 

75 00 

75 00 

75 00 



R. A. Kent 

C. Fusee Clerk of Public Accounts Committee. 

W. E. Elliott " Game & Fisheries 

Robt. De Hart " Agriculture 

Helen Petley " Printing 



Contingencies ($36,476.61) 



Advertising 

Belleville Intelligencer 

" Ontario 

Brantford Expositor 

Brockvi.le Recorder-Times 

Chatham Planet 

Cobalt Nugget 

Fort \Vi liam Times-Journal. . . . 

Gait Reporter 

Guelph Herald 

Hamilton Herald 

" Spectator 

Kingston Whig 

" Standard 

Kitchener News-Record 

Lindsay Post 

London Advertiser 

" Free Press 

Niagara Falls Review 

Ottawa Citizen 

" Journal 

" Le Droit 

Peterborough Examiner 

Port Arthur News-Chronicle.. . . 

St. Catharines Standard 

St. Thomas Times-Journal 

Sarnia Can. Observer 

Sault Ste. Marie Star 

Stratford Beacon 

Herald 

Toronto Farmer 's Sun 

" Globe 

" Mail & Empire 

" Star 

" Telegram 

Windsor Border City Star 

Woodstock Sentinel-Review. . . 

Typewriters and Office Equipment 

United Typewriter Co. Ltd. 
typewriters ' 



Extra Services 
Buimer, C. F. 
Baker, A. E. . 
Brown, Robt. 
Gillies, A. B.. 
Gray, W. T. . 



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18 


75 


15 


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18 


75 


18 


75 


6 


25 


9 


60 


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339 75 



500 00 
300 00 
300 00 
100 00 
100 00 



Grant, M. L 

Heron, W. T 

MacMillan, D. D. 
Newton, Margaret. 

Rav, Hugh 

Shea, P. D 

Shriner, W 

Thornton, Robt. . . 



Miscellaneous 

Canada Law Book Co., book. . . 

Can. Annual Review, 115 copies 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
facts 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Chambers, E. J., copies "Can. 
Parliamentary Guide" 

Clark, P. M. & Son, repairs to 
speaker's gown 

Clark, A. R., engraving cards.. . 

Clements, Mrs. Lena, services 
and expenses as witness Pub. 
Accounts Committee 

Clements, Mrs. Ed., services 
and expenses as witness Pub. 
Accounts Committee 

Cooper, W. E., services and 
expenses as witness Public 
Accounts Committee 

Denton, Laura, services as law 
clerk at 50.00 per week 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dymond, A., handbook "Laws 
of Ontario" 

Field, Love & House, repairs to 
typewriter, 21.25; rent of 
typewriters, 319.50 

H. M. Stationery Office, London, 
England, reports 

Halliday, C. J., witness fees re 
Public Accounts Committee, 
10.00; trav. expenses, 19.14.. . 

Heaton's Agency, copies of an- 
nual 

Hooper, Ronald, trav. expenses 



100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


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50 


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413 


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31 23 

345 00 



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22 15 

1,316 66 
671 80 

500 00 



340 75 
27 66 

29 14 

212 75 
31 37 



B4 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION— Continued 



Contingencies — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

House Bros., cartage 

King's Printer, stationery 

Langstafte, P2., meals for members, 
330.00; telegraph operators, 
76.40 

Might Directories Ltd., address- 
ing envelopes 

Murray-Kay Co. Ltd., gloves 
and ties 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Ontario Tailoring Co., pages' 
suits, 75.00; repairing and 
cleaning suits, 35.00 

Postmaster, postage 

Smith, E. G., services reporting 
re Blue Sky Committee 
and Budget address 

Stewart, J. T., services as wit- 
ness, 30.00; trav. expenses, 
42.45 

Stockwell, Henderson & Co., 
cleaning and repairing gloves. 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., in- 
spections, 42.50; rental, 485.25 

Work, John, engrossing and il- 
luminating Oath of Allegiance 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES 
Educational Bill 

Cooke, J. R 

Marshall, Thos 

Stringer, Warren 

Swayze, C. F 

Engineer's Bill 

Hill. H. P 



21 65 
525 83 



406 40 
50 31 
44 00 

179 85 



110 00 
436 24 



928 03 



72 


45 


1 


25 


72 


00 


527 


75 


30 00 


510 00 

180 00 

180 00 

60 00 



Motor Vehicles Act 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Hamilton Spectator 

London Free Press 

Sault Daily Star 

Woodstock Sentinel-Review. . . . 

Bickell, J. P., services as secre- 
tary, 400.00; trav. expenses of 
self and Committee, 523.15 on 
New York tri p 

Coo, W. C, services reporting. . 

Jacobs, Viola, typewriting 

Freeborn, Jno. W., services, 
450.00; trav. expenses, 21.35.. 

Henry, Geo. S., services, 420.00; 
trav. expenses, 63.05 

Homuth, Karl, services, 240.00; 
trav. expenses, 35.45 

Johnston, J. B., services, 270.00; 
trav. expenses, 63.05 

McLeod, J. W., services, 615.00; 
trav. expenses, 63.05 

Mac\'icar, M., services, 150.00; 
trav. expenses, 35.45 

MacBride, M. M., services, 
240.00; trav. expenses, 63.05.. 

Rankin, A. M., services, 285.00; 
trav. expenses, 35.45 



45 00 

3 45 
15 00 

8 10 
7 70 

4 00 



923 15 

1,069 30 

50 00 

471 35 

483 05 

275 45 

333 05 

678 05 

185 45 

303 05 

320 45 



Reftistry Offices 

Curry, J. W. . . 
McNamara, J. . 
Ramsden, J. C. 
Thompson, Jos. 



Hotel and Tourist Investigation 

Direct Payments: 

Lane, W. A., services as Sec- 
retary, 400.00; accountable 
500.00 

Clark, S 

Cridland, J 

Lang, M 

Price, W. H 

Tooms, Thos 

Watson, Edgar 

Payments made by Secretary: 

Lane, W. A., services as secre- 
tarv at 300.00 per month, 
1,800.00; trav. expenses, 95.40 . 

Knowles, Rev. Dr., services re- 
porting, 400.00; trav. expenses, 
56.85 

Harris, M., services as steno- 
grapher at 20.00 per week. . . 

Carr, F. G., services as steno- 
grapher at 20.00 per week. . . . 

Expenses of chauflfeurs, autos, 
gasoline 

Sundry disbursements, station- 
ery supplies, etc 

Travelling Expenses: 

Clarke S 

Cridland J 

Lang M 

Price W. H 

Tooms T 

Watson E 



45 00 
30 00 
45 00 
45 00 



900 00 
495 00 
795 00 
597 50 
795 00 
397 50 
1.920 00 



1,895.40 

456 85 

606 00 

500 00 

1,117 49 

933 23 

173 59 

293 70 

346 64 

204 08 

251 50 

653 79 



7,432 27 
Public Accounts, page B 4. 3,600 52 



Town Planning 

Halcrow, G. G. . . 
Ramsden, J. C . 
Swayze, C. F. . . . 
Thompson, Jos E. 



University 

Butcher, N. R., & Co., services 
reporting 

Creighton, Dorothy, services as 
stenographer 

Uflfen, J. F., services as secretary 

Dewart, H. H 

Ferguson, Hon. G. H 

Greenlaw, F. H 

Marshall, Thos 

McCrea, Chas 

McNamara, Jos 

Swayze, C. F 

Watson, Edgar 



3,831 75 

75 00 
75 00 
45 00 
75 00 



1,860 75 

100 00 
500 00 
135 00 
105 00 
150 00 
300 00 
120 00 
120 00 
90 00 
150 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



BS 



LEGISLATION— Continued 

Contingencies — Continued 



War Memorial 

Cooper, H. S. . . . 
Fenton, W. H. . . 
MacBride, M. M. 
McNamara, Jos. 
Ramsden, J. C. . 
Thompson, J. E.. 
Stover, K. S 



195 00 
330 00 
180 00 
165 00 
195 00 
135 00 
150 00 



Water Rights Bill No. 249 

Advertising: 

Dryden Observer 

Fort Frances Times 

Fort William Times-Journal . 

Hamilton Spectator 

Keewatin Enterprise 

Kenora Examiner 

Kenora Miner & News 

North Bay Nugget 

North Bay Times 

North Bay Despatch 

Port Arthur News-Chronicle. 

Sault Ste. Marie Star 

Sault Ste. Marie News 

Sudbury Star 

Toronto Globe 

Members' Allowance: 

Ecclestone, G. W 

Heenan, Peter 

McCrea, Chas 



Mageau, Z 210 00 

Taylor, D.J 195 00 

Warren, R. M 180 00 

Robinson, M. G., steno- 
grapher, at 25.00 per 
week, 1,083.68; travelling 

expenses, 56.80 1,140 48 

Titus, F. E., services as sec- 
retary, 200.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 21.15 221 15 



00 

64 
50 
75 
04 
00 
00 



7 00 
10 20 



00 
80 
00 
00 
00 
50 



Anti-Combines and Blue Sky 
Bills No. 207 and 209 

Casselman, W. H 

Curry, J. W 

Greenlaw, F. H 

Hall, R. Reece 

Hay, F. W 

Hill, H. P 

Murdock, G. H 



60 00 
105 00 
135 00 
225 00 
75 00 
45 00 
180 00 



Blue Sky Legislation 

Black, W. D 195 00 

Buckland, C. H 135 00 

O'Brien, A. H., services as sec- 
retary at 40.00 per diem 200 00 



165 00 
195 00 
150 00 



Mechanic's Lien Act 
Hill. H. P 



30 00 



Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($41,216.83) 



Stenographers at $3.00 per diem 

Allan, M 162 00 

Allin, E. M 267 00 

Ailin, G 123 00 

Armstrong, Mrs. F 267 00 

Armstrong, 1 258 00 

Beech, 1 267 00 

Bellman, M 267 00 

Bradfield, T. G 267 00 

Bragg, 1 267 00 

Bronson, M 195 00 

Burke, K 267 00 

Caldwell, G 84 00 

Caldwell, K 252 00 

Campbell, A 267 00 

Campbell, R 267 00 

Carlyle, F 267 00 

Case, L 234 00 

Chase, Mrs. J. P 267 00 

Connolly, M 267 00 

Currie, M. V 267 00 

Davidson, M. G 69 00 

Dolgoff, T 267 00 

Enright, K. L 267 00 

Fowler, E. L 267 00 

Gregg, 1 267 00 

Gurst, E 195 00 

Hamlett, J 114 00 

Herman, H 267 00 

Honyford, L 267 00 

Jackson, 1 267 00 

Judd, J 267 00 

Lazier, H. M 255 00 

Leitch, C 267 00 

Livingston, 1 267 00 

2 P.A. 



Loughlin, K 267 00 

McGhie, A. H 267 00 

Manion, M 267 00 

Morden, M 267 00 

Mulville, M 267 00 

Murdock, E 267 00 

Navlor, J 267 00 

O'Keefe, T 267 00 

Orchard, K 267 00 

Orchard, L. W 267 00 

Pommett, E 267 00 

Powers, C. A 267 00 

Quinn, Mrs. M 267 00 

Rose, L 267 00 

Shea, R 231 00 

Shepherd, A. L 267 00 

SpafiFord, M. J 267 00 

Tilden, E 267 00 

Trewin, C 267 00 

Vanualkenburg, M 267 00 

Vermilvea, D 267 00 

Willard, R. G 267 00 

Woods, B 267 00 

Woodrow, A 285 00 

Special Services 

^ar, E., secretary to Leader, 

Liberal Opposition 1,000 00 

Delamere, J. M., special sessional 

writer 379 17 

Denton, Laura, services assisting 

law clerk 700 00 

Foster, L., services assisting law 

clerk 2,100 00 



B6 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION— Continued 

Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. — Continued 



Special Services — Continued 

Eraser, E. H., sessional writer.. . 408 00 

Harris, M., head stenographer. . . 368 00 
Hele, C. C, secretary to Leader 

Conservative Opposition 1,000 00 

Lemire, V., proof-reader 210 00 

Payne, S. R., sessional writer. . . . 364 00 

Templin, H., proof-reader 816 66 

Messengers at $3.00 per diem 

Baird, H. E 267 00 

Balbone, V. A 267 GO 

Bingham, G 267 00 

Bird, G. H 267 00 

Bonnell, G. D 249 00 

Buck, G. E 252 00 

Burt, Jas 267 00 

Burton, E. W 267 00 

Cable, F 267 CO 

Cain, J. F 267 00 

Cascaden, D 216 00 

Carlan, Geo 210 00 

Christv, D 267 00 

ClafTev, E.J 267 00 

Clark,' D 267 00 

Cotton, H 267 00 

Cottrell, J. W 318 CO 

Currell, Geo 267 00 

Currie, A 294 00 

Diotte, L 177 00 

Douthwaite, F 219 00 

Eckert, M 381 00 

Elliott, J. W 267 00 

Flanigan, D 99 00 

Gerow, W.J 216 CO 

Graham, J 267 CO 

Goodmurphy, A 216 CO 

Gregorv, C. 267 00 

Harkell, B. H 267 00 

Hate, C 54 00 

Hatton, Joe 267 00 

Holmes, A. B 267 00 

Hutchison, D 231 00 

Kennedv, C 267 00 

Lovekin, L. A. M 267 00 

Macdonald, D 222 00 

Macdonald, M 267 CO 

Makepeace, T 267 00 

Masten, G 54 00 



McCartney, A 51 00 

McEwan, J. W 267 00 

McGuire, J 78 00 

Morgan, J. P 267 00 

Ormiston, Jas 267 00 

Pattison, E. W 78 00 

Pringle, F. S 267 00 

Seymour, R. F 261 00 

Sharpe, R. W 162 00 

Smith, T. M 219 00 

Smith, J. T 267 00 

Smith, J. J 267 00 

Sprague, F 303 00 

Stevenson, Jas 267 CO 

Stock, W. R 267 00 

Sweetman, N 267 00 

Switzer, K. Y 234 CO 

Taylor, J. G 267 CO 

Thornton, Jno 267 CO 

Tivnon, F. P 267 00 

Turner, A. E 267 CO 

Vandewater, A 216 00 

Velichko, J 267 CO 

Welch, Jno 267 00 

White, P. W 267 CO 

Whitworth, E. G 267 CO 

Wilson, J. M 267 00 

Woodrow, H. B 267 00 

Pages at $2.50 per diem 

Brown, F 67 50 

Davie, N 222 50 

Gordon, W 222 50 

Houston, Wm 222 50 

Milligan,T 222 50 

McGinnis, C 267 50 

Noble, W 222 50 

Orr, A 222 50 

Palin, E 150 00 

Patterson, T 222 50 

Thompson, B 222 50 



Cliarwomen at $2.00 per diem 

Allen, A 

Bishop, M 

Killbride, E 

Morris, M 

Taylor, F 



180 CO 
1?0 CO 
UO CO 
180 CO 
180 00 



Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of Contingencies ($500.00) 

Parliament, Hon. Nelson 500 00 



Stationery, including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distributing Statutes, Printing 

and Binding ($133,838.20) 



Cairns, B., brass dies 13 CO 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 182 96 

Dom. Express Co., charges 199 01 

Hill, Jas., cartage 34 90 

King's Printer, stationery, 

16,543.95; paper, 18.699.75; 



printing and binding, 

97,609.63 132,853 33 

Postmaster, postage 550 00 

Standard Embossing Co., altera- 

ation, etc., to die 5 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



B7 



LEGISLATION— Continued 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($1,059.75) 



Forster, J. W. L., portrait of Hon. 

E. C. Drury 1,000 00 

Leatherdale, T. J., photo 1 50 

Mackenzie & Co., framing picture. 3 75 



Pringle & Booth, photograph of 

painting and engraving 9 50 

Simpson Bros., portrait 45 00 



Indemnity to Members, including Mileage ($161,849.20) 

Accountant of House .... Indemnity to Members 158,340 00 

Mileage 3,509 20 



161,849 20 
COST OF HOUSE POST OFFICE 

Salaries ($8,610.41) 

J. Beck Postmaster 12 months 2,100 00 

A. B. Gillies Postal Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

D. D. MacMillan " 12 " 1,600 00 

W.T.Gray " 12 " 1,600 00 

J. McLean Grant Clerk 12 " 1,000 00 

Donald B. Young " 11 " 710 41 



Contingencies ($6,881.41) 



Temporary Services 

Young, D. B., junior clerk at 

13.50 per week 58 50 

Miscellaneo us 

Addressograph Sales Co., inspec- 
tion, 31.20; repairs, 2.70 33 90 

King's Printer, stationery. ..... 926 73 



Postmaster, postage, 20,458.71; 
less postage distribution, 
14,729.48 5,729 23 

Toronto Weekly Rly. & Steam- 
boat Guide, subscription to 
Guide 7 50 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter 125 55 



Carriage of Mail ($2,000.00) 

Mounce Cartage Co " 2,000 00 

Rental of Electric Stamping Machine ($152.95) 

Universal Stamping Machine Co 152 95 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 
Salaries ($10,700.00) 

A. T. Wilgress Librarian 12 months 3,500 00 

Geo. E. Barnes Library Assistant 12 " 1,800 00 

Hugh Ray " " 12 " 1,400 00 

E.King " " 12 " 1,400 00 

Mrs. E. J. O'Neil " " 12 " 1,300 00 

O. M. Bright " " 12 " 1,300 00 



Purchase of Books, Subscriptions, Fees and Dues, Binding, Rebinding, Stationery, 
Printing and Contingencies ($11,694.61) 

Temporary Services Boolcs 

Batthcn, Xora, junior library Alien, Thos 3 95 

assistant at 83.33 per month. . 1,000 00 Alien, Ed^-ard G., & Son 1,818 70 

Leckie, Edith L. L., assistant Allerton Book Co 9 50 

cataloguer at 21.00 per week. . 1,092 00 Algonquin Historical Scc'y 3 GO 

Piatt, Gladys, junior clerk, at , American Association Labour 

16.50 per week 858 00 Legislation 2 00 

American Association for Ad- 
Travelling Expenses vancement of Science 5 50 

Wilgress, A. T 123 41 American Alpine Club 5 05 



B 8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION— Continued 



LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY— Continued 



Purchase of Books, Subscriptions, etc. — Continued 



Books — Continued 

American Forestry Association . . 
American Historical Societj'. . . . 
American Library Association... 
American Numismatic Society. . 

Appleton, D., & Co 

Army & Export Buying Agency. 

Astrolabe, The 

Atkinson, R 

Automobile Road Guide 

Baker & Tavlor Co 

Batsford, B.'T., Ltd 

Bookshop, The 

Bowker, R. R., Co 

Bourniot, A. S 

Britnell, A 

Brown, Wm 

Buffalo Historical Society 

Burroughs & Co., Ltd 

Butterworth & Co 

Cadmus Book Shop 

Canada Law Book Co 

Canada Legal Directory 

Canadian Facts Pub. Co 

Canadian Forestry Association . . 
Canadian Historical Association. 
Canadian Parliamentary Guide. 
Canadian Review Co., Ltd.. . . . 

Carswell Co., Ltd 

Cazenove, C. B., & Sons 

Chambers, W. &. R., Ltd 

Champlain Society 

Christian Literature Society. . . . 

Clarke, A. H., Co 

Chambers, W. &. R., Ltd 

Commercial Text Book Co 

Commin, Jas. G 

Committee on Social & Religious 

Surveys 

Congress International des 

Sciences Administratives 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 

Dawson, W., & Sons 

Dean, H. F. W., & Sons. . . . 

Dent, J. M., & Sons 

Dodd, Mead & Co 

Dom. Publishing Co 

Downing, R F., & Co 

Drayton, S., & Son 

Ducharme, G 

Eastern Washington Historical 

Society 

Edmunds, F 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Ehrlich, D 

Edwards, Francis 

EUy, W. C 

Empire State Book Co 

English Association 

Export Book Co 

Expression Co 

Faxton, F. W., & Co 

Featherstone, A.J 

Fitz-Gibbon, J. G 

Ford, T. J., & Co 



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4 36 

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26 70 

9 91 

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16 88 

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Fowler, Alfred 

Foyle, W. & G., Ltd 

Funk & Wagnalls Co 

Gage, W. J.,&Co 

Gammell Book Store 

Garland's Book Stores 

Garrett, Bruff 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 

Gregory's Book Store, Inc 

Gunther, R. T 

H. M. Stationery Office 

Harrap, Geo. C, & Co 

Harvard University Press 

Harcourt Brace & Co 

Heaton's Agency 

Heffer, W., & Sons, Ltd 

Henderson Directories, Ltd 

Hitchman, J. W 

Hitchman, Wm 

Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd 

Hopkins, Johns, Press 

Houston's Standard Publications 

Imperial War Graves Mission.. . 

Industrial & Educational Pub. 
Co 

Jones, Harry 

King, P. S., & Sons 

Last, G. H 

Laurie, T. W., Ltd 

Le Bulletin des Recherches 
Historiques 

Librairie Beauchemin, Ltd 

Lindsay Watch man- Warder. . . . 

Lippincott, J. B., Co 

Longmans, Green & Co 

Lovell, Jno. , & Son 

McAinsh&Co., Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd 

McClure Co., Inc 

McGirr, Newman F 

Maclehose, Jackson & Co 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 

Maggs Bros 

Manual of Statistics 

Marquis, A. N., & Co 

Might Directories, Ltd 

Minnesota Historical Society. . . 

Morang & Co., Ltd 

Morrison, N. F 

Museum Book Store 

Music Teachers' National As- 
sociation 

Nat. Amer. Women's Suffrage 
Association 

National Bureau of Economic 
Research 

National Conference on Educa- 
tion and Citizenship 

National Industrial Conference 
Board 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons.. . ._ 

New York Historical Society. . . 
New York Public Library 

New York World 

New York Times Index 



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40 


2 


06 


3 


00 




54 


113 


30 


55 


38 


12 


00 


6 


96 


25 


00 


3 


09 


7 39 


4 


64 


7 87 


2 


06 


9 


27 


14 08 


16 


65 


13 


49 


5 


00 




88 


2 06 




94 


8 


00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



B9 



LEGISLATION— Continued 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY— Continued 



Purchase of Books, Subscriptions, etc. — Continued 



Books — Continued 

News Pub. Co., Truro, N.S 

Noah Farnham Morrison 

O'Brien, A. H 

O'Hagan, Jas 

Ontario Book Co 

Orr, J 

Ottawa Field Naturalist Club. . . 

Oxford University Press 

Pears, A. &F 

Pierce & Scopes, Inc 

Pitman, Sir Isaac, & Sons, Ltd. . . 
Princetown University Press. . . . 

Putnam's 

Richardson, C 

Routledge, G., & Sons 

Royal Life Saving Society 

Russell, Lang & Co 

Russell Sage Foundation 

Russian National Book Store. . . 

Ryerson Press 

Scribner, Chas., Sons 

Skinner's, John, Book Store. . . . 

Simpson, J 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd 

Smith, W. H.,&Sons 

Society of Army Historical 

Research 

Stock, Elliott 

Students' Book Dept., U. of T. . . 
Superintendent of Documents, 

Washington 

Sutton, Alfred 

Sweet & Maxwell 

Teachers' College 

Telegraph Ptg. Co., Quebec. . . . 

Thin, Jas 

Times Book Club 

Toronto Book Co 

Tucker, W. B 

Tyrrell, Wm., Co., Ltd 

Union Library Association 

University of Chicago Press. . . . 
University of Chicago Book 

Store 



5 


35 


8 


75 


4 00 


3 


00 


89 


75 


3 


50 


6 


00 


19 


89 


1 


01 


3 


22 


12 


48 


3 


40 


3 


25 


3 


94 


6 


36 




70 


3 


70 



17 01 

2 09 

212 24 

5 61 



8 


50 


4 


75 


3 


00 


;67 


93 


4 


99 


15 


44 




30 


2 


15 


1 


11 


26 


03 


11 


85 


2 


13 


9 


31 


2 


58 


3 


00 


5 


00 


28 


75 


14 


23 


12 


75 



Vernon, H., & Son 

Vicomte Forsjth de Fronsac. . 

Walker, John W 

Walker, F. R., Co 

W'aterson, Geo., & Sons, Ltd. . 

Wegelin, Oscar 

Welland Tribune & Telegraph . 

Wilson, H. W., Co 

Wilson & Lafleur, Ltd 

Winston, Jno. C, Co 

World Peace Foundation 

Wrigley's Directories, Ltd 

Yale University Press 



57 00 



Typewriters and Office Equipment 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd. 
typewriter 



2 73 



Miscellaneous 

David, H. E., services moving 
books at 3.00 per diem 

Britnell, A., map 

Canada Customs, duty charges. . 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., picture 
frames 

Garrett, BrufT, index to statutes. 

Glackmeyer, Mrs. F. T., photo. . 

House Bros., cartage 

King's Warehouse, storage 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,586.83; printing and binding, 
871.69 . 

Morrison, J. L., Co., sharpening 
knife 

Office Specialty Manfg. Co., 
catalogue cards and book 
pockets 

Smith, Jas., services moving 
books, at 3.00 per diem 

Tobin, Ed., subscription to news- 
papers 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections 



1 


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7 


33 


9 


59 


13 


83 


11 


84 


2 


00 


8 


03 


6 


00 


5 


00 


1 


25 


10 


00 


11 


86 



133 65 



39 00 

9 00 

22 



6 65 

3 00 

5 00 

10 00 

50 



2,458 52 
3 95 

141 00 
30 00 
12 00 
22 00 



Subscriptions to Newspapers and Periodicals ($1,217.96) 

Sundry Newspapers and Periodicals 1,217 96 



BUREAU OF ARCHIVES 
Salaries ($8,816.70) 

Alexander Fraser Provincial Archivist 12 months 3,300 00 

H. McClung Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

V. Morrison Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

C. H. McGillivray " " Tvpist 12 " 866 70 

A. Bristow " " Messenger 12 " 950 00 

H. Egerton Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 800 00 



B 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION— Continued 



BUREAU OF ARCHIVES— Continued 



Contingencies ($3,709.95) 



Temporary Services 

Cable, F. H., special clerk at 

78.00 per month 

Davidson, M. G., special clerk 

at 78.00 per month 

Gregg, I., special clerk at 3.00 

per diem 

Linney, H., special clerk at 3.00 

per diem 

Silverthorne, J., clerk at 2.50 per 

diem 

Urquhart, H. O., special clerk at 

91.00 per month 

Travelling Expenses 

Fraser, A 

Morrison, V 



45 


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234 00 


78 


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250 


00 


782 


50 


182 


00 


344 60 
14 40 



Typewriters and Office Equipment 

United Typewriter Co 



175 00 



Miscellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., batteries, 
sateen, etc 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight 

Haig's Cartage, cartage 

King's Printer, stationery, 
713.37; printing, 693.84 1, 

Ramsay, J. G., & Co., Ltd., 
photostat papers, etc 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 41.00; rental, 
16.50 - 



11 


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21 


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27 


45 


13 


07 


24 


68 


2 


05 


1 


50 


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21 


26 


18 


12 


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57 50 



Purchase of Documents, Books, Printing, etc. ($1,870.75) 



Books 

Banata, Geo 4 

Benn, Ernest, Ltd 3 

Bonnier, A., Pub. House 2 

Britnell, Albert 393 65 

Britnell, Jno 3 

Brown, W 2 

Carswell Co., Ltd 

Dominion Publishing Co 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Edwards, Francis 

Encyclopaedia Britannica 

Fraser, A 

Fraser, Mrs. E 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 

George's, Wm., Sons 

Grant, Jno 

Historical Association 

Hope, Jas., & Son 

Hopkins, Johns, Press 

H. M. Stationery Ofifice, London, 

England 

Librairie Garneau, Limitee. . . . 

Lindsay Watchman-Warder 

Longmans, Green & Co 

Lowe Bros 

McAinsh & Co 

Maclehose, Jackson & Co 

MacLaren, A., & Sons 

Manchester Universit}' Press. . . 
Missionary Society of Church of 

England 

North Ontario Observer 

O'Hagan, Jas 

Oliver & Boyd 

Oxford University Press 

Rivington & Co 

Sands & Co 

Scopes, Jno., E. & Co 

Skinner's, John, Book Store .... 
Society for Promoting Christian 

Knowledge 26 



64 
76 
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30 06 
10 28 
30 00 

50 
7 25 

180 09 
5 12 

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2 00 

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58 43 
21 35 
10 44 

9 78 
5 96 

75 

4 00 

3 00 

19 82 
9 95 

2 76 
1 23 

27 30 
81 68 



Stechert, J. E., & Co 

The Claxton Club 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co 

Upper Canada Tract Society . . . 

U.S.A. Printing Office 

Welland Tribune and Telegraph . 

Documents 

Morand, M 



Newspapers and Periodicals 

Sundry newspapers. . . . 



Pamphlets 

Britnell, A. 



Photographs 

Alexander Studios 

Callahan, W. H 

Delemere, J. M 

Englefield, R. W 

Glackmeyer, Mrs. A 

Leatherdale, T. J 

Ramsa}', J. G., & Co 

Reliance Engravers, Ltd 

Sydere, A. H 

Toronto Panoramic Photo Co. 
Whiteman, H. L 



Miscellaneous 

Canadian Facts Pub. Co., copies 

of Facts 

Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 

copies of Guide 

Canadian Picture Frame Co., 

picture frames 

Canadian Patriotic Fund, special 

stamps 

Fleming Publishing Co., reprints 

of lecture 

H. M. Stationery Office, London, 

Eng., Parliamentary papers. . 



8 00 
20 47 

2 00 

3 00 
73 

1 00 



24 60 



94 32 



1 00 



6 00 

10 00 

100 00 

2 25 

5 00 

60 00 
5 60 

27 89 
2 00 
2 00 
2 58 



1 20 

3 00 

26 60 

15 00 

15 75 

5 23 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS B 11 

LEGISLATION— Continued 

BUREAU OF ARCHIVES— Continued 
Purchase of Documents, Books, Printing, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued Mackenzie, M. E., copy of 

International Press Clipping almanac 5 00 

Service, clippings 113 45 Strachan, John, copying papers, 

King's Printer, printing 63 20 etc 40 00 

Macdonald, Elena, copying Williams, E. P., frames, etc 40 60 

papers 16 00 

LAW OFFICE 

Salaries ($14,400.00) 

A. M. Dymond Law Clerk of Public Bills 12 months 5,400 00 

W. B. Wilkinson " " " Private and Municipal Bills ... 12 « 5,000 00 

A. E Baker Clerk 12 « 1,600 00 

C. S. Berthon Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 « 1,200 00 

D. H. McCleary " " « 12 « 1,200 GO 

Legislation $455,817.00 

Refunds ($1,714.34) 
Sundry Persons re private bills and penalties 1,714 34 

Total Expenditure, Legislation $457,531.34 



PART C 



DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL 



FISCAL YEAR 1922-1923 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Civil Government: page 

Attorney-General's Office 8 

Audit of Justice Accounts 9 

Insurance Department 9 

Railwaj' and Municipal Board 10 

Public Trustee 11 

Inspector of Legal and Registry- Offices 12 

Inspector of Division Courts 13 

Supreme Court of Ontario 14 

Sundry Civil and Criminal Justice 15 

Law Enforcement 18 

Board of Liscense Commission 25 

Administration of Justice in Districts 31 

Miscellaneous Services 37 

Refunds 38 

Statutory 39 



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ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Hon. W. E. Raney Attorney-General (Statutory) 8J4 months 4,250 00 

Hon. W. F. Nickle " " 3^ " 1,750 00 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($33,111. 96) 

Edward Baylv Deputy Attorney-General 12 months 

A. N. Middleton Solicitor 12 « 

T. E. Lovering Legal Secretary 7}4 " 

A.W.Rogers " « 12 " 

F. P. Brennan .Assistant Solicitor 12 " 

M. Currey Secretary to Minister 12 " 

Wm. Marseilles Chief Clerk 12 " 

C. R Magone Secretary to Deputy Minister 12 " 

A. W. Nicol Junior Clerk 12 " 

E. Armstrong 

B. Edmunds 

E. Lucas 

H. I. Lobb 

M. Mooney 

V. I. Robbins " « " 8 

Leslie B. Skeffington Messenger 12 



.Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

« " « 12 

, Clerk Stenographer 12, 

. " ^" 12 

" " (Temporary) 3 



6,000 00 

4,800 00 

2,187 45 

2.625 00 

3,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,200 00 

2,000 00 

850 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

249 50 

650 01 

550 00 



Travelling Expenses 

Currcy, M 

Lovering, ]. E 

Nickle, Hon. W. F 

Rogers, A. W 

Typewriters and Office Equipment 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
duplicator 

Miscellaneous 

Addressograph Sales Co., address 
plates 

Brennan, F. P., petty disburse- 
ments 

Burnis, E., repairs to gown 

Can. Bar Assoc, members' fees 
and subscription 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 

Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, tele- 
grams, 506.40; registration of 
cable address, 2.50 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 



Contingencies ($4,394.72) 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight . 7 35 

22 25 Dept. of Inland Revenue, excise 

64 05 stamps 10 00 

29 52 Dom. Express Co., charges 7 15 

100 Doust, J., forms 162 

Galster, J. F., repairs to clock. . 5 00 
Hedman, T., translating Nor- 
wegian to English 10 00 

200 00 Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 265 00 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,694.57; printing, 314.21; 

paper, 6.60 2,015 38 

2 95 f t^ ' • 

Leatherdale, T. J., portrait and 

g ^g frame 10 00 

14 00 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 144 05 

5 00 Postmaster, postage 514 46 

Sherrin, J., repairing gown 1 00 

A CK Toronto Transportation Com- 

■^^ mission, car tickets 60 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

5Q3 9Q inspections and repairs 131 40 

Western Union Telegraph Code, 
326 09 registration of code 21 54 



Law Library ($326.85) 



Burrows & Co., Ltd., book Can. 

Bankruptcy Reports 31 40 

Butterworth & Co., English and 

Empire Digest 18 00 

Canada Law Book Co., binding 

law reports, journals, etc 179 50 



Carswell Co., Ltd., books, law 

reports, etc 80 85 

Can. Review Co., book 8 10 

Garrett, B., index of Ont. Stat- 
utes 9 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C9 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

AUDIT OF JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 

Salaries ($8,325.00) 

Chas A. Fitch Auditor of Criminal Justice Accts 12 months 2,600 00 

W. J. McCaul Account Clerk 12 « 1,500 00 

E. A. Mockler " " 12 " 1,500 00 

J. Houston " " 12 « 925 00 

Hazel Edgeworth Junior Clerk 12 " 900 00 

M. Parkhiil " " Stenographer 12 " 900 00 



Burroughs Adding Machine Co 
of Can., Ltd., inspections. . . . 

Can. Nat. Express, charges . . . . 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele^ 
grams 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to guide 



Contingencies ($975.80) 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 60 

14 94 King's Printer, stationery, 768.- 

55 47; printing, 87.95 856 42 

Postmaster, postage 70 68 

6 61 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 21 GO 

5 00 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE (INCLUDING SUPERVISION OF LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES) 



Salaries ($24,631.04) 

V. Evan Gray Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar 

of Loan Corpcraticns 12 months 

Frank Sanderson Consulting Actuary 12 " 

O. B. Henry Loan and Trust Company Auditor 12 " 

Wm. A. Cork Chief Clerk 12 " 

W. J. Smelt Secretary 12 " 

Chas. M. Peters Senior Clerk 12 " 



T. A. B Whiting Clerk Stenographer 

Jessie M. Bruce " " 

Jessie W McGlashan " " 

Wm. Riley Clerk Typist 

D. Cannon Junior Clerk Stenographer. 

Charles W- Stephens " " 

H. B. Armstrong Senior " 

Mrs. Ethel Mather Junior " 



12 
12 
12 
,12 

12 
,12 
. 9 



■y2 



5,000 00 

3,600 CO 

2,300 00 

2. 200 00 

1,700 00 

1,700 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

1,200 00 

531 15 

700 00 

1,800 00 

749 89 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for ($209.35) 

H. F. Goodwyn Clerk Stenographer 2 months 

Edna Hinch Clerk 1 " 



121 85 
87 50 



Contingencies ($13,085.08) 



Temporary Services 

Cayley, T. M., inspector at 10.00 

per diem 490 00 

Donald, Lawrence G., junior 

clerk at 18.00 per week 96 00 

Elder, Winnifred M., junior clerk 

at 15.00 per week 90 00 

Enright, F. C, clerk typist at 

78.00 per month 132 GO 

Fowler, Katherine, filing clerk at 

75.00 per month . . : 236 52 

Goodwyn, H. F., junior clerk 

stenographer at 75.GG per 

month 209 94 

Gracey, M. A. C, clerk typist at 

75.00 per month 224 88 

Herington, A. E., Loan and 

Trust Co. auditor at 200.00 per 

month 400 00 



Hinch, E. A., clerk at 75.00 per 

month 363 36 

King, A., Loan and Trust Co. 

auditor at 200.00 per month . . 2,400 00 

Thompson, E. F., clerk at 75.00 

per month 112 50 

Travelling Expenses 

Cayley, T. M 382 94 

Cork, W. A 221 67 

Gray, V Evan 709 70 

Henry, O. B 404 15 

King. A 507 70 

Riley, Wm 77 02 

Sanderson, F 4 00 



Advertising 

Citizen Pub. Co., Ottawa. 
Hamilton Spectator 



6 GO 
8 40 



C 10 



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No. 1 



ivertlslng — Continued 

London F"ree Press 

London Advertiser 

Ottawa Journal Dailies 

Toronto Daily Star 

Toronto Globe 


8 40 
12 60 

4 48 
18 00 
16 80 


Toronto Mail & Empire 

Toronto Saturday Night 

Toronto Telegram 


16 80 
14 56 
18 00 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE— Continued 

Contingencies — Continued 

Dom. Dept. of Public Printing 
and Stationery, parliamentary 
papers 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Garrett, B., index to amend- 
ments, Ontario Statutes 

International Railway Pub. Co., 
subscription to Guide 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,964.65; printing, 1,677.78; 
binding, 247.20; paper, 59.81. 

Multipost Co., stamp affixer and 
container 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

National Board of Fire Under- 
writers, books 

Postmaster, postage. 

Spectator Co., report and book. 

Stone & Cox, books 

Taylor, J. & J., Ltd., cleaning 
safe 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 
to Guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections, etc 

Williams, Robt. M., engraving 
licenses 



Miscellaneous 

Addressograph Sales Co., inspec- 
tion, repairs, etc 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. 
of Can., Ltd., inspections, etc. 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 

Canada Law Book Co., books. . 

Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams, 
147.94; registration of cable 
address, 2.50 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Review Co., copy of Review, 
1922 

Carswell Co., binding reports, 
law journals, etc 

Clitheroe, F., reporting confer- 
ence 



13 42 



23 
37 


01 

77 


2 
59 

5 


00 
00 
03 


50 


44 


15 


94 


8 


10 


75 


75 


37 


60 



12 


00 
55 


3 


00 


5 


00 


3,949 


44 


47 


50 


68 


20 


326 

823 

54 

11 


00 
07 
15 
00 


4 


39 


30 


00 


7 


50 


98 


50 


30 


30 



Printing Annual Reports, etc. ($2,875.17) 

King's Printer: Printing 2,734 01 

Paper 141 16 



2,875 17 



PrintingAnnual Report of 1921, Financial Statements of Insurance Corporations, etc., 
and List of Licensed Insurance Agents ($5,336.67) 

King's Printer: Printing 5,010 43 

Paper 326 24 

5,336 67 



Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance of the Provinces of Canada 
towards expenses of the Sixth Annual Conference ($300.00) 



Gray, V. Evan Secretary-Treasurer. 



300 00 



ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Salaries ($37,400.00; • 

D. M. Mclntyre, K.C Chairman 12 months 7,000 GO 

A. B. Ingram Vice-Chairman 12 " 4,500 00 

J. A. Ellis Member of the Board 12 " 4,000 00 

F. Dagger Supervisor of Telephone Systems 12 " 4,000 00 

H. C. Small Secretary 12 " 3,300 00 

W. C. Coo Court Reporter 12 " 2,000 00 

H. W. Middlemist Consulting Engineer 12 " 2,000 00 

A. McKee Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

E. Crossland Clerk of Street Railway Operations 12 " 1,500 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C 11 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

M. Sanderson Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 months 1,100 00 

B. Skelton " « " 12 " 1,100 00 

A. Campbell Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

C.Campbell " " 12 " 1,050 00 

G. A. Brown Traffic Expert 12 " 900 00 

Jas, A. G. McDonald Inspector of Telephone Services 12 " 2,400 00 



Experts, Counsel, Printing, Stationery and Contingencies ($6,320.56) 



TravelllniJ Expenses 

Coo, VV. C 304 80 

Crossland, E. A 254 91 

Dagger, Francis 1,155 68 

Ellis, J. A 464 09 

Ingram, A. B 643 49 

McDonald, J. A 401 15 

Mclntyre, D. M 231 95 

Middlemist, H. W 61 35 

Annual Membership Fees in Various 
Associations 

American Academy of Political 

and Social Science 5 15 

American Electric Ry. Assoc ... 10 00 

Can. Bar Association 5 00 

Can. Independent Telephone 

Assoc 15 00 

Public Ownership League of 

America 5 12 

Telephone Engineer 3 09 

Miscellaneous 

Baby's Garage & Sales Co., liv- 
ery hire 2 50 

Brown, E. B., legal services. ... 98 
Canada Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion. Law Report, etc 28 00 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 55 
Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 4 46 
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 957 



Carswell Co., binding law re- 
ports, etc., and subscriptions. 

Coo, W. C, reporting sundry 
proceedings 

Dept. of Inland Revenue, excise 
stamps 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

King's Printer, stationery, 
1,033.67; printing, 657.34; 
paper, 55.79 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Pinkerton's Garage, livery hire. 

Postmaster, postage, 489.28; post 
cards, 10.00 

Railway Accounting Officers As- 
sociation, book 

Telephony Publishing Co., sub- 
scription 

T. & N. O. Ry., supplies re car 
Ontario 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 
to Guide 

Turner, M. K., copies of pro- 
ceedings 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections 

Wainwright, Dora, copies of re- 
port 



32 55 

199 09 

4 00 
45 

1,746 80 



30 
3 


50 
50 


99 


28 


1 


74 


4 


11 


26 


19 


60 


00 


7 


50 


5 


00 


48 00 


45 


01 



PUBLIC TRUSTEE 

Salaries ($28,654.16) 

K. W. Wright Solicitor 7 J^ months 2,500 12 

R. G. Mainer Chief Accountant 12 " 2,700 00 

H. S. Jones Trust Officer 12 " 2,500 00 

H. P. Rickard Assistant Trust Officer 12 " 1,800 00 

P. M. Puley " Accountant 12 " 1,700 00 

D. H. Burritt Second Assistant Accountant 12 " 1,500 00 

J. W. Jackson Investigator 1 " 150 00 

A.S.Porter " 2 " 299 99 

A. K. Greene " 12 " 1,445 09 

I. N. Draper " 12 " 1,637 41 

E. Mundy Secretary 1 " 100 00 

M. G. Garrity Clerk 12 " 1,100 00 

F. M. Duncan Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,100 00 

D. M. Campbell " " 6 " 525 00 

H. Wixon " " 12 " 1,050 00 

M. E. Thurgarland " " 12 " 1,050 00 

C. G. Hindle " " 12 " 1,100 00 



C 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

M. L. Drummond Clerk Stenographer 12 months 

P.C.Fleming « '^ 6 " 

M. H. Carr " " 11 " 

M A. Carefoot " " 2 " 

P. Maginnis Junior Clerk '. 12 " 

C. J. Holman Member Advisory Committee 

G. Tower Fergusson " " " 



975 00 
499 98 
834 00 
162 57 
925 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for (§1,687.38) 
K. W. Wright Public Trustee 4H months 1,687 38 



Contingencies ($7,974.55) 



Temporary Services 

Carefoot, M. A., clerk steno- 
grapher at 975.00 per annum. 

Corbett, M. J., stenographer at 
3.00 per diem 

Egerton, T., clerk stenographer 
at 936.00 per annum 

Hatt, C. R., office boy at 600.00 
per annum 

Steven, Jas., office boy at 10.00 
per week 

Travelling Expenses 

Draper, I. N 

Greene, A. K 

Jones, H. S 

Maginnis, P 

Mainer, R. G 

Porter, A. S 

Fickard, A. P 

Wrght. K. W 



Miscellaneous 

Brew;ttr & Heyd, legal services. 
Burroughs Adding Machine Co. 

of Canada, Ltd., inspections.. 
Canada Law List Pub. Co., law 

lists and legal charts 

Canada Law Book Co., book and 

binding reports 

Can. Bar Association, fees 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 
Consul-General for Republic of 

France, consul fees re French 

Civil code 

Dept. of Inland Revenue, excise 

stamps .- 

Dominion Bank, box rent 



Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., camera 

712 44 case, films, etc 

Foster & Nixon, typewriting re- 

42 00 port 

Garrt tt, BrufT, book 

117 00 Grand & Toy, Ltd., repairs to 

book, etc 

379 96 Jones & Proctor Bros., insurance 

premium 

91 65 King's Printer, stationery, 801.- 

00; printing, 230.20; forms, 

46.31; paper, 309.20 

Law Society of Upper Canada, 

fees 

Levy, D., translating letter. . . . 
Lister, Jno., cleaning store room 

Map Co., maps and pins 

Model Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 

garage rent 

Newsome & Gilbert, forms 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., refin- 

ishing sections 

Perry, E., law stamps 

Postmaster, postage 

Sarnia Business College, service 

of stenographer 

Smith, A. W., Son & Ridout, in- 
surance premium 

Stewart, H. A., legal services. . . 
Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 

7 20 to Guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
12 00 pairs, supplies and inspections, 
80 00 167.75; rental, 10.00 



1,298 


25 


1,345 


60 


150 


87 


53 


47 


58 


30 


98 


86 


371 


32 


70 


55 


3 


00 


12 


88 


5 


75 


42 


50 


5 


00 




64 



1 


30 


37 


20 


10 
6 


75 
00 


3 


30 


5 


46 



1,386 71 



20 


00 


1 


00 


2 


00 


4 


65 


150 


00 


29 


30 


10 


00 


/3 


00 


804 


40 


53 


49 


62 


50 


2 


00 



165 00 
7 50 

177 75 



Auditors' Fees ($2,000.00) 

Clarkson, Gordon and Dilworth 2,000 00 



INSPECTION OF LEGAL AND REGISTRY OFFICES 

Salaries ($5,874.66) 

J. W. Mallon Inspector 6 months 2,274 66 

J. E. Lovering " 5 " 1,500 00 

M. Irish Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

A. Evans Clerk Stenographer 12 " 900 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C 13 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 
INSPECTION OF LEGAL AND REGISTRY OFFICES— Continued 



Contingencies ($1,779.13) 



Temporary Services 

Young, v., junior clerk steno- 
grapher at 65.00 per month. . 

Travelling Expenses 

Mallon, J. W 



Typewriters and OflBce Equipment 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 

Miscellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., circuit 
guide 



Dept. of Inland Revenue, cus- 
toms and excise stamps 

193 75 Dom. Express Co., charges 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, stationery, 379.- 

311 35 45; printing, 418.57; paper, 

33.66 

Postmaster, postage stamps. . . . 
Toronto Transportation Com- 

125 55 mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 

6 40 to Guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
24 00 spections 



10 00 

3 90 

75 00 



831 68 
150 00 

15 00 



7 50 
25 00 



Allowance in lieu of Travelling Expenses ($900.00) 

Levering, J. E 450 00 

Mallon, J. W 450 00 



INSPECTION OF DIVISION COURTS 

Salaries ($6,450.00) 

W. W. Ellis Inspector 12 months 

H. A. Locke Assistant Inspector 12 " 

M. E. Tracy Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 



2,850 00 
2,4C0 CO 
1,2C0 CO 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for ($357.92) 

M. H. McCaul Junior Clerk 5 months 

Contingencies ($4,076.17) 



Temporary Services 

McCaul, M., junior clerk at 

16.50 per week 495 00 

Typewriter and OflBce Equipment 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter 125 55 

allowance on machine. 35 00 

90 55 



Travelling Expenses 

Ellis, W. W 1,368 73 

Locke, H. A 1,017 76 

MlArellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 45 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 7 57 
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 2 42 



Eadie, Paul H., copy of evidence 

Hart, S. R., Co., record books. . 

Hewson, C. E., livery hire 

House Bros., cartage 

King's Printer, stationery, 307.- 
29; printing, 395.83; paper, 
35.97 

Map Co., map 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscription 

Postmaster, postage . 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 
to Guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections 



357 92 



5 


80 


55 


00 


13 


50 


1 


50 


739 


09 


2 


50 


6 


00 


244 


80 



Fidelity Bonds ($2,034.41) 



Canadian Surety Co 314 25 

Dom. of Canada Guarantee & 

Accident Co 327 00 

General Accident Assurance Co. 

of Canada 315 50 



Guarantee Co. of North America 

Guardian Insurance Co 

London Guarantee & Accident 
Co 



6 00 

7 50 
12 00 



351 00 
331 25 

395 41 



Civil Government $196,825.93 



C14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 

SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 

Allowances to Judges under R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 57 ($18,807.53) 

Sir W. R. Meredith Chief Justice of Ontario 

J.J. Maclaren Justice of Appeal 

James Magee " " 

F. Hodgins « " 

W. N. Ferguson " " 

Sir William Mulock Chief Justice, Exchequer 

R.M.Meredith « " Common Pleas 

F. R. Latchford Justice of the High Court Division 

W. E. Middleton « " « « 

W. R. Riddell " " " " 

H. J. Kelly " " " " 

H. Lennox " " " " 

C. A. Masten " " " " 

H. E. Rose " " " " 

W. A. Logie " " " « 

J. F. Orde " " " " 

H. M. Mowat " " " " 

R.G.Fisher " " « " 

J.Smith " " " " 



807 53 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



McLaren, Hon. Justice. 



Grant to Judges' Library ($700.00) 



700 00 



Arrears of Grant to Judges' Library ($700.00) 
1921-22 

McLaren, Hon. Justice 700 00 

Grant to Judges' Library (Chancery) S.C.O. ($400.00) 

Boyd, L 400 00 

Allowance to Treasurer of Judges' Petty Expense Fund ($625.00) 

Middleton, Hon. W. E 625 00 



OSGOODE HALL 



Salaries ($76,530.36) 



Jessie C. Wylie Librarian. 



12 months 



Master's Office 



Chas. Garrow Master of the Supreme Court 8 months 

J. A. C. Cameron " in-chambers 4 " 

G. O. Alcorn Assistant Master of the Supreme Court ... 12 " 

E. W. Boyd " " " " "... 12 " 

A. E. Bastedo Clerk 12 " 

Registrar's Office 

N. F. Paterson Registrar 63^ months 

Geo. S. Holmsted " 4 " 

E. Harley « 12 " 

D'Arcv Hinds Assistant Registrar 12 " 

J. D. Gausby « " 12 " 

Clarence Bell " " 12 " 

F.J.Roche " " 12 " 

E. A. Trow " " 12 " 

C. J. McCabe " " 12 " 

F. W.Scott Clerk 12 " 

R. W. Ralfe " 12 " 



1,000 00 



5,333 33 
1,533 32 
4,200 00 
3,275 00 
2,566 66 



1,543 75 
1,064 00 
3,895 80 

2.756 25 
2,458 33 
2,675 00 

2.757 25 
2,350 00 
2,732 50 
1,983 33 
1,983 33 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C 15 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO— Continued 



Salaries — Continued 

Registrar's OflSce — Continued 

W. S. Anderson Clerk 12 months 

Wm. McTavish " 

Geo. B. Nichol " 

G. M.Lee " 

G. L. Crooks " 

M.B. Black " 



12 
12 



Agnes Moore " 12 

A. B. G. Cull " 

F. B. Reade « 



12 
12 

C. G. Spanner Stenographer and Reporter 12 

A. S. Marriott " « « 12 

J. S. Emery " " " 6 

A. P. Gorman " " « 12 

Jno. W. Montgomery Usher and Messenger 12 

R. A. Walker " " " 12 

Wm. Denne " " « 12 

Jno. Cameron Junior Messenger 12 

N. J. Harrison Allowance to Housekeeper 12 

J. F. MacGillivray Taxing Officer 12 

W. J. Davies Secretary to Judges 12 

R. N. Davies Stenographer to Judges 12 

Laura E. Farrow " " " 5 

E. M. Coles « " " 12 

H. Loveys " " " 6 

Contingencies ($6,567.81) 



2,040 83 
1,891 66 
1,029 08 
1,031 53 
1,125 00 
1,100 00 
1,045 82 
1,100 00 

991 67 
1,783 32 
1,620 80 

836 30 
1,729 13 
1,374 92 
1,245 83 
1,245 83 

659 35 

200 00 
4,458 29 
2,100 00 
1,500 00 

513 15 
1,200 00 

600 00 



Temporary Services 

Gray, E., clerk stenographer at 

18.00 per week 171 00 

Winterberry, W. M., clerk at 

1,500.00 per annum 1,500 GO 

Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., messages.. . 20 00 
Can. Office Appliance Co., line- 

a-time 19 50 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 2 80 

Canada Law Book Co., reports. Ill 50 
Carswell Co., subscriptions and 

binding reports 36 00 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 28 98 



Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

Dom. Dept. Public Printing and 
Stationery, Statutes 

Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., books 

Hubertus, M. A., postage 

King's Printer, stationery, 
2,706.25; printing, 825.35; 
binding, 292.61 3, 

Planet Bicycle Co., repairs 

Postmaster, postage 

Toronto Transportation com- 
mission, car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 132.50; typewriter, 206.- 
10; repairs, 75.00 



46 17 



1 


50 


15 


30 


199 


00 


824 


21 


13 


25 


120 


00 



45 00 



413 60 



SUNDRY, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

Commutation of Fees, Judges of Surrogate ($4,246.00) 



Greig, His Honour Judge 666 00 

Lewis " 666 00 

Reynolds, " 666 00 

Ruddy, " 666 00 



Smith, His Honour Judge 666 00 

Snyder, " 250 00 

Wismer, " 666 00 



Lazier, S. S. 



Commutation of Fees, Local Masters ($3,000.00) 

....... .Local Master 12 months 



3,000 00 



Allowance to District Judges ($1,583.33) 
(R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 58, Sec. 17) 

Hall, His Honour Judge 500 00 

Hayward, " 500 00 

Leask, « 500 00 

McKay, " 83 33 



C16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney 

Salaries ($21,030.00) 

Armour, Eric N Crown Attorney 12 months 7,500 00 

McRuer, J. C Assistant Crown Attorney 12 " 4,200 00 

T. W. McFadden .. " " " 12 " 3,500 00 

E. J. Murphy " " " 10 " 2,250 00 

Brown, J. C Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

Walsh, Loretta ." . . . Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,040 00 

Parks, Jean " " 12 « 1,040 00 



Contingencies ($1,997.80) 



Temporary Services 

Murph}', E. J., Assistant Crown 

Attorney, at 150.00 per month 300 00 

Moore, Cyrus Frank, Assistant 
Crown Attorney, at 150.00 
per month 1,603 80 



Miscellaneous 

Canada Law Book Co., books. . 45 GO 
Armour, E. N., travelling ex- 
penses 49 00 



LAND TITLES OFFICE 

Salaries ($25,967.71) 

Holmes, G. W Master of Titles 12 months 

Lander, W. J Deputy Master of Titles 12 " 

Yelland, W. G Senior Clerk 12 " 

Knight, A. W " " 5 " 

Myers, Richard " " . 5 " 

Young, W. F Clerk 12 " 



P.D.Ham " 

Durrant, B. C. . 

Mercer, S 

Pollard, Miss E. 
Myers, Richard. 
Swayze, W. C . 
Martin, J. M. . . 
Bowman, T. E. . 
Crawford, A. A., 
Smale, P. J. 



12 

.12 
12 
12 

, 7 



" (Temporary) 73^ 

" ;....12 

" 9 

" (Temporarv) 2 

" ' 12 

Newman, Miss H. M Senior Clerk Stenographer 7 

Kell, Mrs. Mabel M " " " 1 

Clarke, Miss C. E " « " 12 

Hope, S. N Clerk Stenographer (Temporary) 1 

Martin, H.S " " « 11 



4,200 00 
2,750 00 
2,100 00 

791 60 

708 33 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 

816 62 

746 14 
1,300 00 
1,049 93 

200 00 
1,400 00 

766 60 

94 67 

1,300 00 

43 32 

500 50 



Contingencies ($3,855.33) 



Temporary Services 

Crawford, A. A., clerk at 100.00 

month 473 00 

Kell, M. M., clerk stenographer 
at 20.00 per week 846 61 

M iscellaneous 

Cox & Andrew, sign cards 4 50 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., rubber 

stamp and punch 5 00 



Dom. Express Co., charges. ... 80 

King's Printer, stationery, 1,388.- 
95; printing, 36.65; binding; 

498.76...' 1,924 36 

National Cash Register Co., 

cash register 382 21 

Postmaster, postage 85 20 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 24.00; supplies, 1.00; 
typewriter, 108.65 133 65 



LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES 
Local Master at Sault Ste. Marie ($2,500.00) 

Macnamara, V Local Master 12 months 2,500 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C 17 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES— Continued 

Salaries of Staff and Office Expenses ($780.00) 
Crawford, Dora Clerk 12 months 



780 00 



Registration of Patents, R. S. O. Chap. 126, Sec. 159, including allowance for postage 
and ordinary stationery ($4,758.50) 



Chadwick, C. W 485 75 

Ferguson, L. H 2,163 50 

Fournitr, 8 834 00 

Haight. W. L 317 50 

Keating, W.J 213 25 



McNamara, V 53 00 

Munro, J. M 470 25 

Piatt, C. C 17 75 

Swinburne, J. E 203 50 



Travelling Expenses ($141.35) 



Holmes, G. W. 



141 35 



Registry and Index Books ($1,801.00) 

King's Printer, printing, 71.25; blank books, 1,567.00; stationery, 162.75. 

Forms and other Contingencies ($789.81) 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight 4 40 

Cotter, T. J., plumbing 1 45 

Dom. Express Co., charges. ... 13 36 

Hose Hdwe. Co., mop and oil. . 4 00 

Johnson's Pharmacy, letter book 3 00 

Kenora Electric Co., lamps. ... 1 80 



King's Printer, stationery, 577.- 
99;printing, 159.41. 

Parsons, H. W., electric bulbs. . 

Postmaster, box rental 

United Typewriter Co., repairs, 
etc 



1,801 00 



737 40 

90 

10 00 



13 50 



Rent of Office, Sault Ste. Marie ($360.00) 

Ganley, J 360 00 



Fuel, Light and Attendance ($135.35) 



Kenora, Town of, 

light 

water . . . . 



less advanced in 1922 



light., 
water . 



30 50 
33 00 



63 


50 


! 60 


00 


3 


50 


34 48 


33 


00 



Brown, J., cleaning office 

Crawford, A. P., moving furni- 
ture 

Fort Frances, Town of, electric 
light, 7.20; water, 12.00 

Penfold, J., moving furniture.. 

S. S. Marie Water and Light 
Dept., light 



21 00 

5 00 

19 20 
16 50 

2 67 



70 98 



Fittings and Furniture ($480.79) 

Adams Furniture Co., desk. ... 10 25 



Elliott-Fisher Ltd , tabulating 

machine and equipment 470 54 



Salaries Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds and Staff and Office Expenses, 

North Bay ($5,396.38) 



J. M. Deacon : . . . . Local Master 12 months 

Edith Robertson Clerk 12 " 

Mary Wrinn " 12 " 

Dorothy Beattie " , 9 " 

M. Bailey " 3 " 



Beamish & Smith, Ltd., box. ... 1 25 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange, 

28.27; messages, .60 28 87 



3,000 00 
900 00 
720 00 
405 00 
135 00 

2 00 



Can. Nat. Express Co., charges 
Cochrane Hdwe. Co., electric 

bulbs 1 35 



C 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES— Continued 

Salaries Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds and Staff and Office Expenses, 

North Bay — Continued 

Doust, J., rubber bands 2 69 Postmaster, postage, 106.00; box 

Dept. Inland Revenue, excise rent, 5.00 11100 

stamps 1 00 Piccinto, F., keys 50 

Fosdick, F. S., stationery 2 25 Schacher, 0., soap 25 

Hydro-Elec. Power Commission, Star Grocery, flower seeds 1 15 

light 5 50 Tennant, R. B., & Co., lumber . 20 

King's Printer, stationery, 20.01; Thomas & Co., stationery ..... . 8 80 

printing, 30.61 50 62 Thompson, R. H., repairs to 

Laing, H. O., repairs to chair. . . 4 00 clock 75 

Murdock-Penman, stencil, etc. 4 75 United Typewriter Co., seals and 

North Bay Nugget, rubber stamp 75 ribbons 8 10 

Petty Disbursements, laundry. . 40 Woolworth, F. W., Co., brushes 20 

DRAINAGE TRIALS ACT 

Salaries ($4,000.00) 

Geo. F. Henderson Referee 12 months 3,500 00 

L. M. Sager Stenographer 12 " 500 00 

Contingencies ($693.80) 

Canning, Ruby E., court report- McKenzie, L., court reportmg. . 8 00 

ing.. 8 00 Sager, L. M., " « .. 16 00 

Henderson, G. F., trav. expenses 645 80 Sanderson, L., " " . . 8 00 
Mcintosh, D., court reporting. . 8 00 

LAW ENFORCEMENT ($652,515.83} 

Payments made pursuant to sec. ly of the Constables' Act as amended by sec. 5 and 6 of chap. So, 

12 and ij Geo. V. 

Commissioner and Staff 

Maj.-Gen. V. A. S. Williams.Commissioner 12 months 5,400 00 

A. Cuddy Assistant Commissioner 12 " 4,000 00 

T. F. Mowat Chief Financial Officer and Chief Officer 

B. of L. Commissioners 12 " 4,200 00 

A. T. Paxton Staff Inspector 12 " 3,000 00 

W. S. Blackwell Provincial Inspector 12 " 2,400 00 

F.E.Elliott " " 12 " 2,400 00 

J. E. Rogers Superintendent C.I.D 7^ " 2,721 15 

W. D. Greer Inspector C.I.D. 12 " 3,000 00 

J.Miller " " 12 " 3,000 00 

A. B. Bovd " " 12 " 2,700 00 

W. H. Stringer " " 12 " 2,550 00 

E. D. L. Hammond " " 12 " 2,300 00 

A. H. Ward " " 12 " 2,000 00 

J. A. Ayearst Chief Inspector O.T.A 12 " 4,200 00 

A. E. Sarvis Inspector : 12 " 2,400 00 

E. C. Hoag Secretary to Commissioner 12 " 1,700 00 

J. J. Monkman Accountant and also of B. of L. Comm 12 " 1,800 00 

W. G. Dobson .Asst. Commissioner's Secretary 12 " 1,600 00 

B. S. A. Graham Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

L. C. Maynard " 11 " 892 57 

L. C. Gibbons Clerk 2 " 283 33 

W. C. Mair " 12 " 1,500 00 

F.C.Clarke " 12 " 1,200 00 

W. Pratt Analyst 9 " 1,050 00 

W. J. Connor Provincial Officer 5 " 849 89 

Jno. Gagne " " 12 " 1,800 00 

A. Angle " " 12 « 1,600 00 

A. Whiteside " " 12 " 1,600 00 



1922-23 



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C 19 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 

Commissioner and Staff — -Continued 

F. H. Hough Clerk Stenographer 1 months 108 32 

E. H. Jackson " " 12 " 832 00 

Edna Ferguson " " 5 " 375 00 

A. R. Elliott Inspector 12 " 2,000 00 

W. C. Killing " 10 " 2,008 30 

N. G. Livingston Auto Inspector 9^ " 1,268 92 

W. E. Sturgess Office Boy 2 " 78 06 

E. W. Palin Messenger 7 " 300 37 

E. H. Ross Clerk Stenographer 7 " 495 75 

A. D. McClure Analyst 3 " 349 80 

G. V. Jamieson Stenographer . '. 2^ " 189 80 

R.E.Luce " 1 « 8102 



Inspectors and Constables 

C. W. Symons District Inspector, Port Arthur 3 months 



W. H. Lougheed. 
A. E. Storie . . . 
W. T. Moore . . 
C. F. Airey.... 
J. H. Putman . 
W. C. Killing. 
J. McCaffrey. . 
R. Bumpstead. 
C. A. Jordan . . 



" " Sudbury 12 

" " Cobalt 12 

" " Niagara Falls 12 

" " Windsor 12 

" " Toronto 2 

" " Kitchener 12 

" " Belleville 12 

" " Ottawa 12 

P. K°Ily Constable, Niagara Falls 12 



M. McNamara . 

J. A. Shields 

T. D. Greenwood . 
J. N. Pav 

C. H. Knight.... 
K. D. Campbell.. 

J. D. Ovens 

G. O. Grassick . . . 

W. Wood 

W. H. Lougheed . 

D. Finlayson .... 

F. Hughes 

J. Urquhart 

J. Howie 

J. Brady 

A. R. Glasby 

R. Cox 

T. Y. Strattcn . . . 
A. H. Palmer.. . . 

F. Wetherall 

S. B. Young 

J. Ataman 

E. A. Rae 

F. Low 

H. Gardner 

E. C. Gurnett . . . 

T. Eraser 

L. R. Atkins 

G. R. Horn beck . . 
H. Willmott 

F. Gardner 

J. D. Proctor. . . . 

F. Baugh 

J. R. Smythe 

F. B. Creasy . . . . 

K. G. Atkins 

h B. M. Barr.... 
S. H. Bush 



12 



Gore Bay 12 

Chippawa 12 

Niagara Falls 12 

Parry Sound 12 

Fort Frances • 5 

Rainy River 12 

Sudbury 12 

Kenora 12 

Niagara Falls 3 

Port Arthur 12 

Belleville 12 

Englehart 7 

Niagara Falls 12 

Win dsor 12 

« 12 

Pembroke 12 

London 12 

Whitby 12 

Cornwall 12 

Toronto 5 

North Bay 7 

Brockville 12 

Chatham 12 

Kitchener 12 

Welland 12 

Sault Ste. Marie 12 

Sarnia 12 

Cobalt 12 

Sault Ste. Marie IH 

South Porcupine 12 

Toronto 12 

Brantfor-d 12 

Fort Erie 1 J^ 

Bridgeburg 12 

Cobourg 12 

St. Thomas 12 

Hearst 12 



525 00 
1,575 00 
2,100 00 
2,100 00 
2,100 00 
2,100 00 

350 00 
2,100 00 
2.100 00 
2,100 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 

774 96 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 

457 50 
1,733 33 
2,010 00 
1,081 57 
1,765 23 
1,705 21 
1,705 21 
1,705 21 
1,705 21 
1,847 18 
1,704 66 

779 67 

979 16 
1,847 18 
1 704 66 
1,704 66 
1,836 28 
1,836 50 
1,689 31 
1,689 31 

180 42 
1,712 83 
1,818 87 
1,598 20 

171 58 
1,818 75 
1,807 15 
1,586 32 
1,586 21 



C20 



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No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



T. Fenwick 


. . . .Constable 


W. H. Boyd 


« 


R. Russell 


<{ 


W. M. Kilbride 


« 


F. iMelviUe 


u 


J. Kenny 


(I 


W. J. Harris 


(( 


W. Rich 


(I 


M. R.Clarke 


« 


E. J. Foran 


« 


E. W. Keen 


(I 


W. G. Ingram 


a 


G. P. Blood 


« 


R. Davis 


« 


S. R. Marshall 


« 


T. W. Cousans 


« 


F. A. E. Morrison . .. 


(( 


H. G. Lawrence 


(( 


M. K. Dawson 


« 


J. A. Kirbv 


« 


G. C. Maben 


« 


W. A. Page 


u 


V. A. Walker 


a 


J. Watson 


« 


A. W. Craugh 


(I 


W T. Oliver 


« 


G. T. Jorgensen 


« 


L. G. Gardner 


(( 


H. R. Dodson 


u 


W. E. Elliott 


(( 


P. P. Tago 


« 


F. Devlin 


(( 


C L. Graham 


a 


G. E. Cookman 


(( 


H. F. Morren 


« 


F. M. Lester 


(( 


H. E. Thompson 


« 


C.B.Ellen 


(( 


A. Craik 


(( 


G. R. Elliott 


« 


G. W. Delves 


« 


J. J. Dean 


(( 


H. 0. Tavlor 


(( 


A L. Mennie 


« 


F. W. Brown 


« 


G. y Spencer 


« 


E. Hand 


« 


H. Storev 


(( 


V T Reed 


« 


H. A Shaw 


(( 


G T Stockridge 


« 


F. H. Hough 


« 


A. E. Martin 


« 


T P. Robinson 


« 


T. Moring 


(( 


N. F Maker 


« 


L. S. Hardwick 


a 


J. N.Talbot 


u 


P. E. McCov 


« 


T. Tones 


<c 


A. W. Riepert 


« 


E. D. Perodeau 


« 


W. H. Andrews 


(( 


R. P. Labelle 


« 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 

Inspectors and Constables — Continued 

, Porquis Jet 12 months 1,586 32 

Bowmanville 12 " 1,586 21 

Smith's Falls 12 " 1,586 21 

Sioux Lookout 12 " 1,586 32 

Palmerston 12 " 1,575 00 

Cochrane 12 " 1,574 25 

Queenston 9 " 1,130 02 

Barrie 12 " 1,57130 

Kingston 12 " 1,571 30 

Bala 11 " 1,387 55 

Folevet 12 " 1,575 60 

Fort William 12 " 1,574 43 

Walkerton 12 " 1,574 43 

Belleville 12 " 1,549 43 

Ottawa 12 " 1,549 43 

Brampton 12 " 1,549 43 

Blind River 12 " 1,549 43 

Simcoe 12 _ " 1,549 43 

Sharbot Lake 12 " 1,549 43 

Stratford 12 " 1,549 43 

Parrv Sound 8}^ " 1,082 75 

Burk's Falls 12 " 1,549 43 

Kirkland Lake 5 " 670 83 

Kitchener 12 " 1,549 43 

Elk Lake 12 " 1,549 43 

Point Edward 12 " 1,549 43 

Chapleau 12 " 1,549 43 

Collingwood 12 " 1,549 43 

Prescott 12 " 1,549 43 

Guelph 12 " 1,549 43 

Minaki 12 " 1,549 43 

Port Stanley 12 " 1,549 43 

Ottawa 1 M " 145 54 

Peterboro 12 " 1,480 63 

Windsor 12 " 1,530 43 

Orangeville 4 " 466 62 

Napanee 11 " 1,420 20 

Welland 11 " 1,420 20 

Cobalt 11 " 1,420 20 

New Liskeard 11 " 1,383 32 

Woodstock 11 " 1,420 20 

Matagami Heights 13^" 186 86 

.Whitbv 11 « 1,420 20 

Toronto 11 " 1,420 20 

« 9}4 " 1,232 70 

Beaverton 8 " 991 03 

Capreol 11 , " 1,420 20 

Lindsay 11 " 1,420 20 

Hailevbury 11 " 1,420 20 

Walkerton 3 " 383 32 

Thorold 2K " 328 48 

Toronto 11 " 1,378 56 

Barr^''s Bav 11 " 1,420 20 

Sturgeon Falls 11 " 1,383 31 

Simcoe 11 " 1,420 20 

Belleville 11 " 1.420 20 

Bracebridge 11 " 1,420 20 

Sault Ste. Marie 7^ " 982 70 

Toronto 1 " 95 83 

Owen Sound 11 " 1,420 20 

Milton 11 " 1,420 20 

Toronto 11 " 1,420 20 

Earlton 9^ « 1,232 70 

L'Orl^na' 11 " 1,420 20 



1922-23 



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C 21 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 

Inspectors and Constables — Continued 



T. W. Robb; Constable, 

Geo. MacKay " 

L. F. Hitchman " 

Geo. V. Clubbs " 

E.T.Doyle " 

A. R. Knight " 

W. A. Scott " 

A. Lalande " 

Jno. Dick " 

F. Buchanan " 

F. Simpson " 

T. W. H. Mitchell « 

Wm. Anderson " 

Jos. Nelson " 

E. T. Hartleib " 

P. T. Hake " 

L. J. Carroll « 

Robt. E Purvis " 

H.E. Allen '... « 



Toronto 33^ months 482 70 

" 4 " 487 44 

Ottawa 3 « 432 68 

" 3H " 487 44 

" 10 " 1,237 42 

Sault Ste. Marie 9 " 1,179 08 

Sarnia 6}4 " 854 16 

Cornwall 2 " 245 82 

Toronto 3H " 487 50 

" 6J^ " 808 32 

Timmins 6}4 " 808 32 

Kirkland Lake 6}4 « 808 32 

Chapleau 6j^ " 808 32 

Toronto 6M " 808 32 

Larder Lake 6}4 " 800 CO 

Dryden 6}4 " 808 32 

Toronto 6 " 716 65 

Parry Sound 4J^ « 574 98 

Toronto 4 " 500 00 



M. Breckenridge Inspector, 

G. A. Ekins " 

R.E.Edmonds " 

W. S. Exley « 

T. J. McGregor " 

"W.T.Nugent " 

W. J. Parfitt « 

W. F. Pullen « 

Robert Reevel}'^ " 

T.J.Robinson " 

W.Ross " 

D. Silvester « 

J. Stewart " 

W. Vincer " 

J.M.White " 

Geo. Paterson " 

Geo. Gooderich " 

C. A. Mason " 

T.Atkins " 

T. A. Bleakely " 

T.A.Grant " 

Jas. Gn'gg " 

J. W. King " 

b. MacKenzie " 

W. T. Pellow " 

Wm. Thornbury " 

A. A. Montgomery " 

Eph. Zinkann " 

A. DeHaitre " 

E. P. Foster " 

T.E.Stone " 

Wm. Russell " 

M. Side " 

P.Walter " 

J.W.Dickson " 

F.A.Bell " 

W. T. Coulter 

R. j. Eacrett " 

Wm. McCready " 

F. T. Naphan 

J. R. Reid 



Inspectors O.T.A. 

Woodstock , 12 months 1,500 00 

Welland 12 " 1,500 00 

Simcoe 12 " 1,500 00 

Napanee 12 " 1,500 00 

Carleton Place 12 « 1,500 00 

Madoc 12 " 1,500 00 

Keewatin 12 « 1,500 00 

Fort Frances 4 " 558 34 

Brampton 12 " 1,500 00 

Orangeville 12 « 1,500 00 

St. Thomas 12 " 1,500 00 

Renfrew 12 " 1,573 06 

Peterboro 12 " 1,500 00 

Mindemoya 12 " 1,500 00 

Walkerton 12 « 1,500 00 

Port Arthur 12 " 1,500 00 

Cobourg 12 « 1,600 00 

Oshawa 12 « 1,600 00 

Parry Sound 7^ " 1,066 64 

Hamilton 9 « 1,208 71 

Guelph 12 « 1,600 00 

Bruce Mines 12 " 1,600 00 

St. Catharines 12 " 1,600 00 

Woodbridge 12 " 1,600 00 

Goderich 12 " 1,600 00 

Lindsay 12 " 1,600 00 

Toronto 12 " 1,700 00 

" 12 " 1,700 00 

L'Orignal 12 " 1,700 00 

Morrisburg 12 « 1,700 00 

Essex 12 " 1,700 00 

Ottawa 12 " 1,700 00 

Chatham 12 " 1,700 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 12 « 1,700 00 

Dundas 10}4 " 1,575 00 

North Bay 41^ « 675 00 

Sarnia.-. 10^ " 1,575 00 

Brantford 12 " 1,800 00 

Alexandria 12 « 1,800 00 

Belleville 12 " 1,800 00 

Orillia 12 " 1,800 00 



C 22 



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No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 
LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 



A. G. Sykcs 

Wm. McCammon. 

M. C. Beckett 

Howard Graham. . 
T. N. Kilpatrick. . 

F. B. Taber 

M. N. Mousseau. . 

Chas. Plumb 

Wm. Culbert 

W. Bolton 

W. H. Moore 

A. Dube 

T. H. Constable. . 
Wm. Forsythe. . . . 



Inspectors O.T.A.— <]ontinued 

Inspector, Ottawa 12 months 1,800 00 

" Kingston 12 " 1,900 00 

" Owen Sound 12 " 2,000 00 

« Ottawa 12 « 2,000 00 

" Sudbury 12 " 2,000 00 

" Brockville 12 " 2,000 00 

" Windsor 12 " 2,400 00 

" Prescott 11 " 1,375 00 

" Wyoming 4 " 504 07 

" London 9 " 1,271 07 

" Listowel 9 " 1,149 96 

" Port Arthur 6 « 754 11 

" Cochrane 6^ " 862 22 

" Dundas 2 " 245 00 



Salaries, Travelling Expenses and Disbursements, Provincial and Special Officers 

Sundry Officers 62,571 14 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements 

District No. 1 District No. 9 

Comprising Counties of Essex, Comprising Districts of Thunder 

Kent, Lambton, Middlesex Bay, Kenora and Rainy River 8,540 41 

and Elgin 10,243 21 

Constables attached to Head- 
District No. 2 quarters 717 17 

Comprising Counties of Oxford, 

Norfolk, Brant, Haldimand, Ontario Temperance Act Districts 

Wentworth, Lincoln and Wei- Algoma 1,645 98 

land 11,397 88 Brant and Haldimand 2,070 09 

Bruce 1,852 08 

District No. 3 Carleton 3,700 00 

Comfrrising Counties of Bruce, Cochrane 498 87 

Grey, Huron, Perth, Welling- Dufferin and Simcoe 1,256 29 

ton, Waterloo and Dufferin. . 13,928 31 Dundas and Stormont 2,832 54 

Elgin 1,070 06 

District No. 4 Essex 2,887 79 

Comprising Counties of York, Frontenac 2,220 03 

Peel, Ontario, Halton, Simcoe, Glengarry 2,394 92 

Muskoka and Parry Sound... 7,90178 Grenville 1,076 88 

Grey 1,939 77 

District No. 5 Halton 1,248 40 

Compnsmg Counties of Victoria, Hamilton . 5,573 65 

Haliburton, Peterboro, North- Hastings 1,956 24 

umberlandand Durham, Hast- Huron T l'l54 72 

ings. Prince Edward, Lennox Kent .......'....". 1*353 09 

and Addington 8,841 35 Kenora . . . . . . . . . . ." . . . .' . . . . . . . 1,254 92 

District No. 6 Lambton East , HiH 

^ . . „ . <• T> f Lambton West l.ooy 66 

Comprising Counties of Renfrew, ^^^^^ ^ 353 39 

rrontenac, Lanark, Leeds, , , 3 674 51 

Carleton, Grenville, Russell, j ' ' ' 'J 'a jj- ' "*.' I'T^n cr> 

T3 J.4. r-i T^ J Lennox and Addington 1,239 59 

Prescott Glengarry, Dundas, Lincoln 1,133 77 

Sto''"!^"* 10,778 08 ManitouHn 879 65 

District No. 7 Middlesex 1,876 58 

Comprising Districts of Temis- Nipissing 2,265 09 

kaming, Nipissing and North- Niagara Falls 1,364 62 

ern portion of Algoma 15,306 89 Norfolk 1,850 53 

Northumberland and Durham. . 928 01 

District No. 8 Ontario 3,685 26 

Comprising Districts of Sudbury, Oxford 1,207 73 

ManitouHn Island, and South- Parry Sound 666 12 

ern Algoma 9,337 22 Peel 827 83 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C23 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 



LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements — Continued 



Ontario Temperance Act Districts — Continued 

Perth 1,811 91 

Peterboro 799 64 

Port Aithur and Fort William. . 1,266 01 

Prescott 1,904 76 

Prince Edward 2,879 45 

Rainy River 3,317 87 

Renfrew 1,578 00 

Russell 2,095 83 

Sault Ste. Marie 297 99 

Simcoe and Muskoka 2,357 58 

Sudbury 2,682 61 

Temiskaming 1,394 62 

Toronto 949 07 

Victoria and Haliburton 1,675 23 

Waterloo 3.544 98 

Welland 2,321 24 

Wellington 2,134 50 

Wentworth 624 40 

Windsor 7,263 78 

York 491 04 

Travelling Expenses 

Aytarst, J. A 654 25 

Blackwall, W. S 386 27 

Brennan, F. P 80 00 

Cuddy, Alfred 98 65 

Elliott, F. E 1,175 83 

Killing, W. C • 

Mair, W. C 

Mowat, J. F 

Rcgers, A. W 

Williams, Maj.-Gen. V. A. S. 

Legal Fees 

Elliott, J. C 

Hearst, Sir. Wm 



155 


40 


320 


53 


15 


65 


51 


80 


495 


95 


169 


77 


250 


00 



Insurance 

London Guarantee & Accident 
Company, accident insurance, 
Officers and Constables 1,526 40 

Detective Service 

Pirkutcn National Detective 

Agency 658 82 

White, M. E., Limited 188 55 

Services of Officers on Probation at 
25.00 per week 

Classes of instruction 2,338 76 

Expenses of Officers on Criminal 
Investigation 

Per Alfred Cuddy, Asst. -Com- 
missioner 6,150 76 

Automobiles, Supplies and Repairs 

Allatt Machine & Tool Co., 

accessories 7 70 

Andrews & Morison, Ltd., motor- 
cycle and repairs 726 52' 

Anglo-Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline. . . 198 94 

Auto Accessory and Repair Co., 

accessories 4 50 



Auto Electric Service Co., re- 
pairs 

Automobile & Supply, Ltd., 

automobiles 

Bagley Auto-Radiator Co., re- 
pairs 

Bank Street Garage, repa'rs. . . . 
British American Motors, re- 
pairs 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 

gasoline 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., motor 

rugs 

Burnham, R. C, repairs 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., 

accessories 

City Battery Shop, repairs 

Conboy Carriage Co., Ltd., 

painting 

Cutten & Foster, Limited, acces- 
sories 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Gocds 

Co., Limited, tires and tubes 

Durant Motor Co. of Canada, 

Ltd., automobiles 

Engineering Services, Ltd., ser- 
vice 

Federal Engineering Co., Ltd., 

service 

Green, Geo., Welding Co., Ltd., 

repairs 

Gorrie, A. D., & Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs 

Hall Gear & Machine Co., Ltd., 

repairs 

Hassler, R. H., Co., Ltd., acces- 
sories 

Hawkes, W. B., repairs 

Holden Rubber Co., repairs. . . . 
Holden Tire & Battery Co., 

repairs 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline 
King's Prirter, tires and tubes.. 
Kipp, H. M., Co., Ltd., motor- 
cycle and parts 

Laceby, J. P., repairs and storage 

Lee- Powell, Ltd., repairs 

Livingston, N. G., accessories 

and repairs 

McBeth & Hooper, repairs 

McBride, Percy A., motorcycle, 

parts, and service 

McCallum, Z., painting 

Millen, John, & Son, Ltd., acces- 
sories 

Moore & Hughes, Ltd., repairs 
Oak Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 

tires and tubes 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., soap. . . 
Packard Ontario Motor Co., 

Ltd., accessories 

Paton, James W., paints 

Pullen Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 
waste 



24 


15 


5,092 


35 


4 
23 


75 
55 


4 00 


608 


29 


260 
30 


93 
00 


61 

1 


08 
50 


117 


00 


147 


91 


1,362 


24 


2,448 


97 


221 


88 


9 


95 


6 


95 


30 


39 


30 


20 


6 

67 

3 


20 

55 
75 


1 

1,029 

132 


50 
00 
64 


626 
148 
270 


55 
87 
15 


589 
8 


67 
90 


831 
15 


41 
00 


16 
242 


50 
29 


188 08 
5 00 


6 
3 


00 
80 



24 75 



C24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

LAW ENFORCEMENT— Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements — Continued 

Grand & Toy, Limited, transfer 
case 

King's Printer, printing, 1,461.79; 
stationery. 5,740.96 

McNeill Sales, Limited, Mimeo- 
graph 

Mail & Empire, advertising and 
subscriptions 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
furniture 

Postmaster, stamps 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., filing 
cabinet 

Taylor, J. & J., Ltd., changing 
combination 

Tobin, Ed., paper subscriptions 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Transportation Com., 
car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
machines, repairs and service 

Sundries 

Airey, C. F., funeral late con- 
stable J. R. Smythe 

American Issue Pub. Co., sub- 
scription 

Billboard Publishing Co., sub- 
scription 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 

Canuck, Jack, Pub. Co., sub- 
scription 

Chief Constables Assn., member- 
ship grant 

Commissioner R.C.M.P., finger- 
print equipment 

Detective Pub. Co., advertising 
and subscriptions 

Dollar Taxi, auto hire 

Hoag, E. C, copies evidence. . . . 

Hough, F.H. " " .... 

Jenner, R., compensation for in- 
jun." 

Lion Sporting Goods Co., ammu- 
nition 

Matthews, F. W., funeral late 
Sgt. J. Urquhart 

Neal, J. A., funeral late Sgt. J. 
Urquhart 

Receiver General Canada, am- 
munition 

St. John Ambulance Assn., bad- 
ges and certificates 

Shaw, W. H., handwriting ex- 
pert, report 

Sheyck, S. E., ammunition 

Stanton, O. B., handwriting ex- 
pert, report 

Dr. Stewart, re late Constable J. 
R. Sm^-the 

Toronto Police Dept., ammuni- 
tion 

White, C. F., compensation for 
injur\- 



Automobiles, Supplies and Repairs — 
Continued 

Reliable Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 

repairs 6 10 

Rice, Lewis & Son, Ltd., acces- 
sories 21 79 

Riverdale Garage, Ltd., Ford 

Car 537 15 

Rundle, L. G., gas, oil and re- 
pairs 118 78 

See & Duggan ]\Iotors, Ltd., 

accessories 149 96 

Stewart-Warner Products Stn., 

accessories 19 20 

Toronto Auto Body, repairs. ... 35 00 

Toronto Brake Service, repairs 25 81 

Toronto Durant Company, ser- 
vice and repairs 754 12 

Toronto Simonizing Co., Ltd., 
simonizing 10 00 

Ward & Cooper, repairs 15 50 

Uniforms and Equipment 

Ames-Holden-^IcCreadv, Ltd., 

boots ' 5 78 

Aziz, J. & A., sweaters 96 00 

Beal Bros., Limited, boots, belts 1,010 35 

Cairns, B., Ltd., badges 532 50 

Canadian National Carbon Co.. 

flashlights 36 45 

Gaunt & Son, J. R., Ltd., but- 
tons 344 50 

Gorman, John, duty and express 405 86 

King's Printer, badges 152 00 

Kipp, H. M., Co., Ltd., uniform 45 00 
Lowndes Companv, Ltd., uni- 
form (bal.) ' 1 50 

Muir Cap Co., Ltd., caps 1,063 00 

Pike, D., & Co., Ltd., revolvers 

and handcuffs 702 90 

Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uni- 
forms 8,131 70 

Rogers Electric Co., Ltd., flash- 
lights 7 35 

Stetson, J. B., & Co., Inc., hats 29 65 

TowerCanadian, Limited, slickers 93 84 

Tripp, Alonzo, batons 117 80 

Wellings Mfg. Co., Ltd., badges 32 00 

Office Disbursements 

Adams Furniture Companv, Ltd., 

furniture 968 90 

Ashall, Wm., repairs 2 50 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

repairs, serv-ice 64 93 

Can. Nat. Express Co., express 

charges 168 02 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages 342 34 
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mess- 
ages 101 86 

Canadian OfBce Appliance Co., 

Line-a-time 19 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges 203 67 

Evening Telegram, advertising. 16 20 
Globe Printing Company, adver- 
tising and subscriptions 45 60 



6 


75 


7,202 


75 


273 


60 


56 


60 


90 
410 


00 
96 


45 


00 


1 
13 
45 


25 
00 
60 


15 


00 


881 


65 


25 


00 


1 


59 


3 OS 

4 91 


3 


50 


300 00 


2 


00 


19 
90 
68 
40 


17 
00 
SO 
00 


291 


00 


71 


60 


118 


80 


17 


50 


18 


70 


25 


25 


50 00 
38 00 


60 


00 


3 


50 


82 


50 


44 


50 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C25 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

[ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 
BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS 

Salaries ($30,065.78) 

Jas. Hales Chairman 12 months 6,500 00 

W. S. Dingman Vice-Chairman 12 " 6,CC0 CO 

Geo. T. Smith Commissioner 12 " 4,C00 00 

H. M. Dunn Secretary 12 " 1,5C0 00 

R. Roberts Clerk 12 " 775 00 

Ida Dudley Stenographer 12 " 975 00 

F. Newman " 12 " 975 00 

M. Anderson " 12 " 975 00 

R.C.Luce " 11 " 824 30 

F. Routley Messenger 113^ " . 494 83 

J. W. Gordon Provincial Inspector 12 " 2,300 00 

W. K. Snider " " . '. 12 " 2,300 00 

S.Bromley " " 12 " 2,400 00 

P. J. Macksey Stenographer }/2. " 46 65 

Contingencies ($4,594.18) 

American Issue Pub. Co., pam- Hunt, A., copies of evidence. ... 51 00 

phlets 10 62 Might Directories, Ltd., address- 
Can. Nat. Express Co., charges 69 21 ing and mailing reports 61 01 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages 29 90 Newspapers & Periodicals, sub- 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- scriptions 57 52 

sages 38 20 ' Newall, A. G., & Co., copy of 

Canada Law Book Co., book. . . 12 00 evidence. . . . ". 4 95 

Cook, J. A., & Son, stationery. . 3 75 Postmaster, postage ._ 1,018 81 

Dept. of Inland Revenue, stamps 5 GO Rogers, L. J., analysis of liquor. 14 00 
Dom. Express Co., charges.... 35 74 Toronto Transportation Com., 

Hubertus, M. A., postage 200 00 car tickets 15 00 

Hunter, Rose, Ltd., printing United Kingdom Alliance, books 9 29 

O.T.A. regulations 350 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

King's Printer, stationery, tions, 27.00; typewriter, 75.55 102 55 
920.88; printing, 1,145.09; Wrigley's Directories, Ltd., hotel 

paper, 431.66; binding, 5.00. . 2,502 63 red book 3 00 



Travelling Expenses ($5,498.50) 



Bromley, S 1,948 80 

Dingman, W. S 251 30 

Gordon, J. W 984 18 



Hales, Jas 295 96 

Smith, Geo. T 978 67 

Snider, W. K 1,039 59 



Advertising Tourist Attractions in Ontario ($14,430.12) 



Press, Ltd. 



Co. 



Br. & Colonial 

photos 

Can. Facts Publishing 

photos 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 
Dom. Express Co., charges. . . . 

James & Son, photos 

King's Printer, stationery, 

458.55; printing, 8,718.05 9,176 60 

Lane, W. A., travelling expenses, 

424.39; services at 75.00 week, 

225.00 649 39 



12 00 

29 00 

133 96 

1 55 

31 50 



Knowles, R. E., literary services 750 00 
Might Directories, Ltd., address- 
ing envelopes 56 87 

Photo Engravers, Ltd., designs.. 6 50 

Postmaster, postage 500 00 

Pringle & Booth, photos 5 00 

Photo Print Shop, photos. ..... 2 00 

Taylor, W. J., Ltd., advertising, 

etc 1,750 00 

Yeigh, F., services at 100.00 
week, 1,000; trav. expenses, 

325.75 1,325 75 



3 PJV 



C26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 



DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN AND LOCAL REGISTRARS 

Salaries ($24,979.96) 

VV. A. Hollinrake Brant 

R. E. Clapp Bruce , 

Horace Pratt Carleton 

J. A. \'. Preston Duflferin 

D. McLaws Elgin 

Henry Clay Essex 

T. M . Asseltine Frontenac 

T. H. Dvre Grey 

W. A. Bishop " 

T. J. Rutherford " 

W. J. McClenahan Halton 

M. Fr.ilick Hastings 

John Williams " 

J. A. Kerr " 

D. McDonald ^ Huron 

D. E. Douglas ' Kent 

Alex. Saunders Lambton 

J. S. L. McNeely Lanark . . . . ^ 

A. E. Baker Leeds and Grenville . 

W. P. Deroche Lennox and Addington 

E. J. Lovelace Lincoln 

J. Clench " 

E. H . Lancaster " 

E. Weld Middlesex 

C. C. Rapelje Kortolk 

J. T. Field Northumberland 

Horace Bascom Ontario 

Peter McDonald Oxford 

J. B. Dixon Peel 

R. H. Hubbs Prince Edward 

E. S. Smith Perth 

Geo. J . Sherrj- Peterboro 

J. Bellanger Prescott and Russell 

A. J. Micdonnell Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry . 

J. A. McDougald " " " 

J. McL. Beatty Renfrew 

A. T. Porter Victoria 

J. E. Cohoe Wetland 

H. C. Gw} nn Wentworth 

T. J . Foster Algoma 

Keith Munro Thunder Bay 

F. Tasker Parry Sound 

C. E. Salmon Muskoka 

T. J. Bourke Nipissing 

E. J . Beaumont Waterloo 

J. C. Eccles Haldimand 

John McKay Sirrcoe 

J. D. Shipley Sudbury 

T. J. Meagher Temiskaniing 

W. H. Kingston Wellington 

W^ L. Warrell Cochrane 



675 00 
675 00 
450 00 
675 CO 
675 00 
675 00 
675 CO 
187 50 

93 75 
500 00 
600 CO 
118 15 
285 41 

37 50 
750 00 
675 00 
675 00 
675 00 
750 CO 
600 00 
368 90 
168 75 
120 00 
500 00 
675 00 
750 CO 
675 CO 
450 00 
6C0 CO 
6C0 00 
675 00 
675 00 
675 00 
562 50 
187 50 
600 00 
675 CO 
800 00 
750 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 CO 
150 00 
150 CO 
675 00 
6C0 CO 
750 CO 
150 00 
150 00 
3C0 00 
650 00 



CROWN COUNSEL PROSECUTIONS ($14,422.91) 



Algoma 

O'Flynn, J. L 1,030 50 



Brant 

Charlton, W. M, 



Bruce 

Caron, J. B. T 177 40 

Robertson, D 133 55 



76 00 



310 95 



Carleton 

Ritchie, J. A 




406 00 


Cochrane 

Greer, J. M 




56 00 


Dufferin 

Wilkie, G 

Island, J. L 


146 00 
40 00 


186 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C27 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

CROWN COUNSEL PROSECUTIONS— Continued 



Elgin 






McCrimmon, A. . . . 


253 


00 


Sommerville, N. . . . 


228 


70 



481 70 



Makins, J. C 1,143 23 

Rodd, J. H 78 00 1,221 23 



Frontenac 

Rigney, T. J. 

Grey 

Dyre, T. H . . 



Haldimand 

Arrell, H. 



Halton 

Spencer, L. B. 
Hassard, A. R. 



Hastings 

Donnan, B. C. . 
Hutcheson, J. A. 



Huron 

Seager, C. 



151 50 

181 75 



20 00 
177 40 



40 00 



Tudhope, M. B 206 40 

Kenora 

Cooke, H. P 



Rent 

Smith, H. D. 
Greer, R H. 



704 00 
107 60 



Lanark 

McKim, C. H, 



Leeds and Grenville 
Brown, M. M. . . 



Lennox and Addington 

Wilson, U. M 



Lincoln 

Hetherington, F. E. . 
Lancaster, E. H . . . . 

Manltoulin 

McRae, VV .F 



67 00 
40 00 



Lambton 

Wilson, F. W 



40 00 

96 00 

214 00 

333 25 

197 40 

246 40 
504 45 

811 60 
43 70 

157 00 
40 00 

107 00 

20 00 

165 60 



Middlesex 

Elliott, J. C 268 00 

Muakoka 

Tudhope, M. B 448 15 

Johnson, T 20 00 468 15" 

Nlplsslng 

McKee, T. E 40 00 

Hutcheson, J. A 187 95 227 95 



Norfolk 

Kelly, W. E. 



Northumberland and Durham 

Kerr, W. F 



Ontario 

Phelan, T. N. 
Farewell, J. E. 

Oxford 

Ball, R. N 



157 80 
20 00 



Parry Sound 

Haight, W. L. 



Perth 

McPherson, G. G. 

Peterborough 

Hutcheson, J. A. . 
Hatton, G. W 



Peel 

Morphev, W. S. 
Wal h, O. M . . . 
T. X. P.ielan... 



332 08 
132 50 



20 00 
126 00 

68 85 



Prescott and Russell 
Hall, W. S 



Prince Edward 

Allison, M. R. 

Rainy River 

Croome, N. L. 

Renfrew 

Burritt, J. H . 



Slmcoe 

Ross, D 

Brewster, W. S. 



20 00 
166 30 



Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

Harkness J. G 



Sudbury 

McKissock, R. R. 

Temlskamlng 

Smil.y, F. L 



Thunder Bay 

Murray, A. G 301 20 

Langworthy, W. F. . . 218 00 

Victoria 

Anderson, J. E 

Waterloo 

Bowlby, D. S 20 00 

Spencer, L. B 209 25 

Welland 

Hughes, F. T 267 00 

Cowper, T. D 50 00 



76 00 

176 00 

177 80 
40 00 

232 50 
40 00 

464 58 

214 85 

40 00 

40 00 

121 00 

157 00 

186 30 
110 00 
368 00 
118 00 

519 20 
126 00 

229 25 

317 00 



C28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 
CROWN COUNSEL PROSECUTIONS— Continued 



Wellington 

Kearns, J. M . 



20 00 



Wentworth 

Makins, J. C 360 45 

Macintosh, L. J. A.. . 140 10 



Washington, S. F. . 



York 



66 00 



566 55 



Waldron, G 2,374 00 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN COUNTIES ($279,925.97) 
Audited as provided by R.S.O., chap. 96, sec. 43, as enacted by 7 Geo. V, chap. 29, sec. 5. 



County of: 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds & Grenville 

Lennox & Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland & Durham . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterboro 



Prescott & Russell 2,530 04 

6,126 03 Prince Edward 1,310 28 

3,965 49 Renfrew 3,149 01 

10,733 06 Simcoe 3,985 63 

1,877 07 Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry 502 65 

6,593 49 Toronto & Toronto & York 79,241 93 

18,395 94 Victoria 3,617 13 

5,295 02 Waterloo 7,906 16 

5,455 92 Welland 6,884 03 

2,645 76 Wellington 5,242 38 

3,414 52 Wentworth 13,371 41 

3,644 28 York 6,156 89 

4,671 43 

9 027 93 Miscellaneous 

215 20 Angus & Stonehouse, reporting 

1,088 92 Rexv. Guba 12 95 

5,695 00 Hellmuth, Cattanach and Mere- 

3,298 20 dith, legal services. Rex v. 

6,466 39 Wholesale Grocers 3,415 05 

9,524 04 Roebuck, A. W., legal services, 

3,120 18 Rex v. Knowles.... 20 00 

5,123 27 " " Wholesale 

3,956 06 Grocers. . 2,284 04 

4,028 56 " " Combines 

4,110 93 Committee 363 84 2,667 88 

4,492 02 McKay, R. R., legal services. Rex 

3,617 04 v. Wholesale Grocers 3,350 80 



Can. Nat. Express Co., charges 

Circuit Guide PubUshing Co., 

guides 



SEALS AND OTHER CONTINGENCIES ($362.14) 

3 25 



48 00 



King's Printer, stationery, 309. 
10; printing, 1.79 . . 



Ernest Nield 

J. E. Henderson . . 

J. Buskard 

R. N. Dickson... 
N. R. Butcher... 
Sidney W. Brown 

Jno. Agnew 

H. O. Taylor 



SHORTHAND REPORTERS 

Salaries ($24,000.00) 

Reporter 12 months 

« 12 " 

« 12 " 

« 12 " 

« 12 " 

« .....12 " 

« 12 " 

" 12 " 



310 89 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



Contingencies ($1,363.68) 



Services Reporting at 8.00 per day 

Butcher, Nelson R., & Co 

Johnston, M. F 

Travelling Expenses 

Agnew, Jno 

Brown, S. W 

Buskard, W. W 



4 00 
16 00 



40 00 
59 70 
31 20 



Butcher, Nelson R., & Co 473 00 

Dixon, R. N 208 25 

Henderson, J. E 199 40 

Johnston, M. F 80 

Nield, E 211 50 

Sager, L. M 8 00 

Taylor, H. O Ill 83 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS C 29 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

FORMS, INDEX BOOKS, SUPPLIES, ETC., FOR REGISTRARS OF DEEDS IN DISTRICTS 

($747.51) 

King's Printer, stationery, 643.35; printing, 97.27; paper, 6.89 747 51 

COUNTY LAW LIBRARIES ($4,000.00) 

Lindsay 99 07 

Brant 13132 Middlesex 218 07 

Bruce 80 63 Norfolk 87 55 

Carleton 281 09 Ontario 99 07 

Elgin 112 89 Oxford 103 68 

Essex 207 36 Perth 115 12 

Frontenac 103 68 Peterboro 108 28 

Grey 87 55 Rainy River 87 55 

Haldimand 103 68 Renfrew 89 85 

Hamilton 365 35 Simcoe 133 64 

Hastings 115 20 Sault Ste. Marie 140 54 

Huron 115 20 Stormont 99 07 

Kenora 76 03 Thunder Bay 122 12 

Kent 13132 Waterloo 94 46 

Lambton 13132 Welland 126 62 

Leeds 124 41 Wellington 108 28 

TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT FOR JUDICIAL OFFICES AND REGISTRARS 

IN DISTRICTS ($1,975.37) 

Typewriters and Tabulating Machines 

Remington Typewriter Co 263 02 Elliott-Fisher Ltd., 946 90 

United Typewriter Co 765 45 

POLICE MAGISTRATES— SALARIES, TRAVELLING EXPENSES AND CONTINGENCIES ($81,829.52) 

■Salaries ($73,418.04) 
Counties 

Elisha Adams Ventnor 12 months 1,000 00 

A. B. Arnold Chatham 12 " 1,000 00 

Jesse Bradford Lindsay 12 " 1,200 00 

A. B. Carscailen Wallaceburg 12 " 1,000 00 

S. T. Chown Renfrew 12 « 2,500 00 

G. H. Clark Orillia 12 " 1,800 00 

C. H. Cline Cornwall 12 " 1,700 00 

" " Clerical Assistance 12 " 300 00 

A. D. Creasor Owen Sound 12 " 1,500 00 

Hugh Falconer Shelburne 12 " 800 00 

W. H. Floyd Cobourg 12 " 1,000 00 

R. E. Gunton Simcoe 12 " 2,000 00 

A. Hellyer Kenilworth 12 " 1,500 00 

M. House Bridgeburg 1 " 125 00 

Compton JeflFs Barrie 12 " 1,200 00 

G. A. Jordan Minden 12 " 1,200 GO 

Wm. Joynt Ottawa 12 " 1,916 67 

J. A. Makins Stratford 12 " 1,000 00 

J. C. Massie Dunnville 12 " 3,441 31 

C. F. Maxwell St. Thomas 12 " 1,000 00 

John McCartney Wiarton 12 " 1,000 00 

A. E. McNab Walkerton 12 " 2,000 00 

" " Clerical Assistance 12 " 250 00 

H.P.Moore ' Acton 12 " 2,500 00 

J. A. Page Brockville 12 « 1,000 00 

J. L. Patterson Ingersoll 12 " 1,600 00 

C. A. Reid Goderich 12 " 2,500 00 

Wm. Stewart Pelee Island 12 " 300 00 

C. S. Woodrow Sarnia 12 " 1,500 00 

J. F.Vance Waterdown 10 " 1,250 00 



C 30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 



POLICE MAGISTRATES— SALARIES, TRAVELLING EXPENSES AND CONTINGENCIES— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Counties — Continued 

G. F. Riittan Napanee lOJ^ months 

W. A. Smith Kingsville . . . : 10 " 

O. A. Langlev Peterborough 10 " 

H. W. Lawlor Prcscott 10 " 

J. H. Campbell St. Catharines 93^ " 

C. S. McGaughey North Bay 9^ " 

W. T. Malkin Bridgeburg 1 « 

J. R. Blake Gait 1 « 

Districts 

Edward Arthurs Espanola 12 months 

S. Atkinson Hailevbury 12 " 

D. M. Brodie Si-dburv 12 " 

J. E. Depew White River 12 " 

C. J. Hollands Fort Frances 12 " 

J. A. Kinney Kencra 12 " 

T. T. McKay • Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 

F. W. Major Little Current 12 " 

Georsre Moore Parry Sound 7 " 

W. W. O'Brien.' Pert Arthur 12 " 

Wm. Palling Fort William 12 " 

R. H. Pronger Drvden 12 " 

Thos. Stoddart Copper Cliff 12 " 

E. R. Tucker Cochrane . .12 " 

A. C. Vaughan Sioux Lookout 12 " 

Chas. McArthur Burk's Falls 12 " 

G. H. Clark Orillia 12 " 

J. J. O'Connor Port Arthur 1 " 



1,059 


17 


995 


34 


833 


33 


833 


33 


793 


83 


1,190 


75 


49 


88 


87 


67 


l.COO 


00 


3,750 00 


2,100 


00 


2,500 


00 


2,000 


00 


400 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


350 


00 


1,200 


00 


800 


00 


1,000 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,722 


03 


750 00 


500 


00 


600 


00 


119 


73 



Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($8,411.48) 

.\udited as provided by R.S.O., chap. 96, sec. 43, as enacted by 7 Geo. V, chap. 29, sec. 5, 
and 12-13 Geo. V, chap. 48, sec. 36, sub. -sec. 2. 



Travelling Expenses 

Adams, E. E. . . 
Arnold, S. B.... 

Arthurs, E 

Bradford, Jesse . 
Brodie, D. M . . . 
Casement, R. . . 
Chown, S. P. . . . 
Clark, G. H.... 

Cline, C. H 

Creasor, A. D. . 



717 73 

6 00 

176 70 

38 70 

23 71 

127 10 

255 44. 

273 53 

27 70 

11 90 

Depew, T. E 341 82 



Elliott, A. 
Erskine, W. T. 
Falconer, H. . . 
Floyd, W. H . . 
Gunton, R. E. 
Hellyer, A. 



75 45 
8 80 

65 15 

160 94 

5 00 

63 35 

Hollands, C. J 297 70 

Jeffs, C 118 55 

Jordon, G. A 86 60 

Langley, A. A 46 70 

Mackay, J. T 80 85 

Makins, J. A 19 65 

Massie, J. C 1,480 90 

Maxwell. C. F 202 50 

McArthur, C 37 70 

McGaughey, C. S 10 00 

McNabb, A. E 256 55 



Moore, H. P. . . 
O'Brien, W. W. 

Page, J. A 

Patterson, J. L. 

Reid, C. A 

Ruttan, G. F.. . 

Stoddart, T 

Tucker, E. R. . . 
Weir, J. J. A. . . 
Woodrow, C. S. 



Office Expenses 

Adams Furniture Co 

Atkinson, S 

Bradford, J. 

Grand & Toy 

Gunton, R. E 

Hart, S. R., Co 

King's Printer, stationery, 241. 

54; printing, 323.36 

Langley, A. A 

Massie^ ]. C 

Moore, H. P 

O'Connor, ]. J 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co 

Roval Tvpewriter Co 

Ruttan, G. F 

Tucker, E. R 

United Typewriter Co 



77 


80 


123 


70 


7 


10 


35 


30 


61 


70 


54 


30 


141 


55 


956 


10 


4 00 


166 


73 


139 


30 


270 


71 


1 


15 


52 


50 


5 


00 


5 


25 


564 


90 


2 


00 


24 


60 


15 


40 


10 


00 


67 


50 


119 


27 


4 00 


211 


00 


273 


90 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS C_31 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN DISTRICTS 

Audited as provided by R.S.O., chap. 96, sec. 43, as enacted by 7 Geo. V, chap. 29, sec. 5. 

ALGOMA 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($2,200.00) 

Chas. M. Macreath Sheriff 12 months 1,000 00 

" Treasurer 12 " 200 CO 

G. W. Goodwin Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney . . .12 " 400 00 

T. J. Foster Clerk of the District Court 12 " 600 00 

Arrears of Salary, District Treasurer ($50.00) 

Macreath, CM 50 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 

Salaries ($6,594.11) 

S. E. Fleming Surgeon, Sault Ste. Marie . . . . ' 12 months 300 00 

Mrs. M. A. Hearst Matron, " 12 " 200 00 

R. M. Hearst Gaoler 12 " 840 00 

Wm. James Turnkey 12 " 900 00 

Geo. See " 12 " 900 00 

Temporary Officers " etc 3,454 1 1 

Administration of Justice ($19,397.55) 

Macreath, C. M., Treasurer 19,149 98 

King's Printer, stationery, 237.12; printing, 10.45 247 57 

Fuel, Light and Water ($8,047.35) 
Macreath, C. M., Treasurer 8,047 35 

Allowance for Office Rent of Local Registrar ($6.00) 

Foster, T. J 6 00 

COCHRANE 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 
Salaries ($1,076.09) 

J. D. McKay Sheriff 12 months 750 00 

" Treasurer 6 " 107 67 

W. McD. Douglas " 5 " 83 83 

J. M. Greer Clerk of the Peace 6 " 134 59 

Administration of Justice ($5,591,70) 
Mackay, Jno. D., Treasurer 5,591 70 

Fuel, Light and Attendance ($1,933.18) 

Mackay, Jno. D., Treasurer 1,933 18 



C32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

KENORA 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($2,150.00) 

J. W. Humble Sheriff 12 months 1,000 OO 

C. W. Chadwick Registrar and Clerk of District Court 12 " 700 00 

H. P. Cooke Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney . . 12 " 250 00 

Robt. Nairn Treasurer 12 " 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 
Salaries ($3,478.00) 

Edwin W. Cox Gaoler 12 months 900 00 

Maud Frances Cox Matron 12 " 200 00 

Harry Warner Turnkey 12 " 900 00 

S. S. Scovill Surgeon 12 " 200 00 

Temporary Ofificials Turnkeys, etc 1,278 00 

Administration of Justice ($9,932.17) 

Nairn, Robt., Treasurer 9,816 76 

King's Printer, stationery 115 41 

Fuel, Light, Water, etc. ($4,930.42) 

Nairn, Robt., Treasurer 4,930 42 

Police Magistrate, Dryden, Travelling Expenses ($11.10) 
Pronger, R. H 1110 

MANITOULIN 
SheriflF, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($2,800.00) 

J. H. Fell Sheriff 12 months 950 00 

Laura McRae Treasurer 12 " 150 00 

C. C. Piatt Registrar of Deeds and Master of Titles. .. 12 « 600 00 

« Clerk of District Court and Surrogate Court 12 " 850 00 

W. F. McRae Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney . . 12 " 250 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 

Salaries ($850.00) 

Stephen Cronkite Gaoler, Gore Bay 12 months 550 00 

Ellen M. Cronkite Matron, " 12 " 200 00 

Dominic de Lamorandiere . .Gaoler, Killarney 12 " 100 00 

Administration of Justice ($3,562.16) 

McRae, W. F., Treasurer 3,420 60 

King's Printer, stationery 141 56 

Fuel, Light and Water ($1,754.77) 
MeRae, W. F., Treasurer 1,754 77 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for office rent ($140.00) 

McRae, W. F., Treasurer ' 140 00 

Police Magistrate, allowance for office rent ($100.00) 

Major, F. W 100 00 

Police Magistrate, travelling expenses ($607.50) 
Major, F. W 607 SO 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS C 33 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

MUSKOKA 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,650.00) 

D. H. MacLaren Sheriff 12 months 750 00 

Thos. Johnston Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney ..12 " 250 00 

C. S. Sal.non Clerk of the District Court 12 " 450 00 

J. E. Lount Treasurer 12 " 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 
Salaries ($1,126.88) 

Duncan Macdonald Gaoler, Bracebridge 12 months 826 88 

Alice Micdonald Matron 12 " 150 00 

P. B. McGibbon Surgeon 12 " 150 00 

Administration of Justice ($3,957.63) 

Lount, C. E., Treasurer 3,878 58 

King's Printer, stationery 79 05 

Fuel, Light and Water ($1,807.06) 
Lount, C. E., Treasurer 1,807 06 

NIPISSING 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,700.00) 

Geo. Caldbeck Sheriff 12 months 800 00 

Thos. E. McKee Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney . . 12 " 250 00 

T, J. Bourke Clerk of the District Court 12 « 450 00 

« Treasurer 12 " 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 

Salaries ($5,853.34) 

A. E. Ranney Surgeon 12 months 150 00 

J. W. Bourke Gaoler 10 " 750 00 

Mrs. J. W. Bourke Matron 10 " 166 67 

Temporary Officials Turnkeys, etc 4,786 67 

Administration of Justice ($8,553.18) 

Bourke, Thos. J., Treasurer 7,351 23 

Johnston, Allan, half reward re capture of Leo Rogers 500 00 

Johnston, W. J., « " " " 500 00 

King's Printer, stationery 201 95 

Fuel, Light and Water ($6,432.07) 
Bourke, Thos. J., Treasurer 6,432 07 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for office rent ($100.00) 
McKee, T. E 100 00 



C34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

PARRY SOUND 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 
Salaries ($1,400.00) 

J. E. Armstrong Sheriff 12 months 750 00 

F. Tasker Clerk of the District Court 12 " 450 00 

W. L. Haight Treasurer 12 " 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matrons, etc. 

Salaries ($2,439.41) 

M. H. Limbert Surgeon 12 months 150 00 

Benjamin Moore Gaoler, Byng Inlet 12 " 300 00 

Thos. Keating Gaoler, Parrv Sound 10 " 750 00 

Mrs. Thos. Keating Matron, " " 10 " 166 66 

Geo. Stewart Turnkey 12 " 891 75 

Pearl Johnston Matron . 2 " 25 00 

Temporary Officials Turnkeys, etc 156 00 

Administration of Justice ($7,163.69) 

Haight, W. L,, Treasurer 5,555 21 

" services as Crown Attorney 1,500 00 

King's Printer, stationery 108 48 

Fuel, Light and Water ($3,186.33) 

Hiight, W. L., Treasurer 3,186 33 

RAINY RIVER 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,350.00) 

W. A. Baker Sheriff 12 months 750 00 

" Treasurer 12 " 200 00 

N. L. Groome Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney . . 12 " 250 00 

Wm. P. Pelky Clerk of the District Court 3 " 150 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 

Salaries ($3,830.00) 

Robt. Bolton Gaoler, Fort Frances 12 months 900 00 

Clara Bolton Matron, Fort Frances 12 " 300 00 

Jas. McGregor Gaoler, Atikokan 12 " 150 00 

J.R.Gilbert " Mine Centre 12 " 300 00 

F.H.Tucker Turnkey, Fort Frances "....12 " 1,100 00 

Geo. Henry Caretaker 12 " 600 00 

Mrs. S. Henry Assistant Caretaker 12 " 480 00 

Administration of Justice ($5,423.17) 

Baker, W. A., Treasurer 5,241 95 

King's Printer, stationery 181 22 

Fuel, Light and Water ($2,998.21) 
Baker, W. A., Treasurer 2,998 21 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS C 35 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

SUDBURY 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,650.00) 

Alex. Irving Sheriff and Treasurer 12 months 950 00 

R. R. McKessock Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 250 00 

J. D. Shipley Cleik of the District Court 12 « 450 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 
Salaries ($6,011.25) 

W. H. Howey Surgeon 12 months 150 00 

Jno. Sullivan Gaoler 6 " 5^0 00 

Mrs. Jno. Sullivan Matron 6 " 125 00 

Temporary Officials Turnkeys, etc 5,236 25 

Administration of Justice ($10,878.04) 

Irving, Alex., Treasurer 10,654 11 

King's Printer, stationery 223 93 

Fuel, Light and Water ($6,557.55) 
Irving, Alex., Treasurer 6,557 55 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for office rent ($100.00) 

McKessock, R. R 100 00 

TEMISKAMING 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,850.00) 

Geo. Caldbick Sheriff and Treasurer 12 months 1,150 00 

F. L. Smiley Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 250 00 

T. J. Meagher Clerk of the District Court 12 " 450 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 
Salaries ($900.00) 

W. T. Joy Caretaker, Haileybury Gaol 12 months 900 00 

Administration of Justice ($10,424.05) 

Caldbick, Geo., Treasurer 9,037'59 

King's Printer, stationery 1,386^46 

Fuel, Light and Water ($1,774.14) 
Caldbick, Geo., Treasurer 1,774 14 

Police Magistrates, Haileybury, travelling expenses (($979.14) 

Atkinson, S 979 14 



C36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Continued 

THUNDER BAY 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. 

Salaries ($1,900.00) 

A. W. Thompson Treasurer and Sheriff 12 months 1,200 00 

W. F. Langworthy .... Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. .12 " 250 00 

Keith Munro Clerk of the District Court 12 " 450 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. 
Salaries ($5,414.00) 

G. F. Lasseter Gaoler, Port Arthur 12 months 1,200 00 

F. Lasseter Matron, " 12 " 300 00 

J. A. Crozier Surgeon 12 " 250 00 

Mrs. M. J. Watson Caretaker 12 " 720 00 

Temporary Officials Turnkeys, etc 2,944 00 

Administration of Justice ($17,151.31) 

Thompson, Alex. W., Treasurer 16,430 03 

King's Printer, stationery 721 28 

Fuel, Light and Water ($5,638.19) 

Thompson, Alex. W., Treasurer 5,638 19 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, Allowance for office rent ($100.00) 
Langworthy, W. F 100 00 

Allowance to Registrar of Deeds at Port Arthur in connection with transfers to Registry 

Office, Fort William ($146.00) 

Munro, J. M 146 00 

PROVISIONAL COUNTY OF HALIBURTON 

Junior Judge in lieu of travelling expenses ($300.00) 

Swayze, Hon. Judge : 300 00 

Registrar of Deeds ($200.00) 

Noice, E 200 00 

Administration of Justice $1,534,716.06 

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 
Litigation of Constitutional and Other Questions ($12,781.70) 

Bayly, Edward, trav. expenses, Brennan, F. P., trav. expenses re 

McLeod vs. City of Windsor, Murrell habeas corpus appli- 

34.30; Ruthenian vs. Lukey, cation, 17.05; re Home Bank, 

42.10 76 40 38.20 55 25 

Blake and Redden, legal services. Browning, A. G., copies of evi- 

reciprocal insurance 1,429 50 dence, Fitzpatrick vs. the King 6 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C37 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES— Continued 

Litigation of Constitutional an* Other Questions — Continued 

Donald, Mason, White and Ralfe, R. W., copies of evidence, 

Fouids, legal services, Smith Smith vs. the Attorney-Gen- 

vs. the Attorney-General 100 00 eral 18 45 

Fitzpatrick, law costs, Fitz- Rowell, N. W., legal services, 

Patrick vs. the King 162 50 Smith vs. Attorney-General, 

Gray, V. Evan, trav. expenses, 2,800; Canada Temperance 

165.00; accountable warrant, Act, 38.00; re tax on Jockey 

1,200.00 1,365 00 Clubs, 3,000 5,838 00 

Jackson, F. J., copies of abstract 5 85 Scott, D'Arcy, legal services. 

King's Printer, stationery 81 65 McLeod vs. City of Windsor 20 00 

Lichtman, S., taxed cost, Rex Wegenast. F. W , legal services 

vs. Lichtman 273 10 re recipr6cai insur- 

Nesbitt, Wallace, legal service ance 1,100 00 

re wholesale grocers 2,750 00 Less advanced in 1922 500 00 600 00 



Revision of Voters' Lists ($2,147.90) 

Audited as provided by 7 Geo. V, chap. 27, sec. 2, sub-sec. 6. 



His Honour Judge: 

Barron Perth 13 1 60 

Boles Norfolk 24 75 

Campbell .... Lincoln 24 85 

Chappie Kenora 7158 

Coughlin Essex 63 10 

Deroche Hastings 74 00 

Dickson Huron 78 40 

Elliott Halton 83 48 

Fisher Duflferin 23 80 

Hardy Brant 55 15 

Hartman Temiskaming. . . . 31 57 

Hay ward. ... " .... 38 33 

Hearns Waterloo 39 04 

Huycke Peterborough. ... 10 00 

Judd Middlesex 21 50 

Justin Peel 30 60 

Kehoe Sudbury 10 70 

Klein Bruce 186 38 

Lavell Frontenac 30 65 

Lewis Perth 10 19 

Livingston. . .Welland 103 40 

Macbeth Middlesex 24 95 

Madden Lennox & Adding- 

ton 58 95 



Mahaflfy Muskoka 

McLean Prince Edward . . . 

McNamara . .Renfrew 

O'Reilly Stormont, Dundas 

and Glengarry. 

Powell Parry Sound 

Reynolds, . . .Leeds & Grenville 

Ross Elgin 

Ruddy Ontario 

Scott Lanark 

Snider Wentworth 

Spatton Wellington 

Stone Algoma 

Sutherland . . . Grey 

Swayze Victoria & Hali- 

burton 

Taylor Lambton 

Valin Nipissing 

Vance Simcoe 

Wallace O.xford 

Ward Northumberland 

and Durham. . . 
Widdifield....York 



26 


30 


41 


74 


53 


40 


47 


18 


20 


05 


40 


00 


3i 


85 


34 


52 


36 


55 


21 


15 


68 


19 


11 


85 


32 


60 


35 


90 


95 


84 


30 


17 


147 


46 


28 20 


68 


90 


47 


08 



Commissions re Sundry Investigations ($1,721.82) 



Huston Enquiry 

Baker, W. A., services of sheriff 
and crier 



28 25 



Ontario Public Service Commission 

Services at 40.00 per day, 

Gregory, W. D., chairman.. 40 00 

Services at 20.00 per day, 

Sommerville, N 80 00 

Brittain, Dr. H 40 flO 

Hellyer, A 40 00 

Peacock, E. A... 60 00 

Mallon, J. W., services as secret- 
ary 200 00 



Evans, Annie, services as steno- 
grapher 150 00 

Irish, Mabel, services as steno- 
grapher 300 00 

Coo, Wm. C, services reporting 137 00 

Peterborough Police Investigation 

Wearing, Joseph, legal services 200 00 
Coo, W. C, services reporting. . 60 70 

Wilmott O'Leary and Hyde Investiga- 
tion, Dunnville 

Hughes and Agar, legal services 385 87 



C 38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES— Continued 

Services not otherwise provided for, to be,paid as directed by the Lieutenant-Governor 

in Council ($1,200.00) 



Curry, M., extra services re 

session of 1923 500 00 

Gray, V. Evan, extra services re 

insurance legislation 600 00 



Saunderson, F., extra services re 

insurance legislation 100 00 



Grant to Conference on Improving Laws in the Provinces, allowances in lieu of 
Travelling and Other Expenses ($500.00) 



Falconbridge, J. D. 



300 00 



Ford, F. 



200 00 



Grant to Canadian Bar Association ($1,000.00) 

Canadian Bar Association .- 1 ,000 00 



Compassionate Allowance for incapacitated Officers not entitled to Super- 
annuation Allowances ($2,200.00) 



Brennan, M 1,000 00 Patullo, G. . 

Dougherty, Thos 200 00 Young, E. C . 

Miller, B. B 250 00 



250 00 
500 00 



Miscellaneous Services $21,551.42 



REFUNDS 
Miscellaneous ($I6.,036.35) 



Fines under O. T. A. 

Armantine. M. . . 

Aube, J.H: 

Bates, A.W 

Beaudin, A 

Billings, Basil. . . . 

Box, A. H 

Brabant, H. J. . . 

Bunder, A 

Cameron, Jas. . . . 
Chantel, W.J. 



100 00 

40 00 

50 00 

300 00 

150 00 

30 00 

150 00 

200 00 

100 00 

40 00 

Christoforetti, Jno 200 00 

Comors, Mike 200 00 

Cotnam, Dr. I. D 30 00 

Cox, Mrs. T 100 00 

Davis, J. A 100 00 

Dean, Jos 175 00 

Delanev, Dr. F. C 30 00 

Deolin,'R. M 150 00 

Dolcort, M 300 00 

Drexler, T 175 00 

Drouin, J. E 100 00 

Dungey, F 300 00 

Dynes, Harry 200 00 

Dw>er, Jno 200 00 

Essex Export Co., Ltd 200 00 

Fairfield, S 150 00 

Galligan, Dr. J. B 30 00 

Geis, H. E 400 00 

Gervais, T 150 00 

Graham, Dr. J 30 00 

Hall, Wm 100 00 

Hannah, G 200 00 



Hitchins, Eli 250 00 

Irvine, Dr. P. L 175 00 

Jardine, A 150 00 

Johnston, S 40 00 

Joynt, Thos 500 00 

Tust, D 175 00 

kilpatrick, H. M 30 00 

Kyd, Jas '. 125 00 

Long, J. B ; 100 00 

McAIpine, M 50 00 

McCosh, H. J 100 00 

McDonald, Annie 150 00 

McGuinness, Chas 50 00 

McMtee, Jas 175 00 

Montgomery, Chas 100 00 

Morgan, Dr. J. A 175 00 

Parks, Jno. T 175 00 

Pearce, Geo 200 00 

Rees, D 250 00 

Reinhart, Geo 1,000 00 

Robner, L 100 00 

Rovert, Jno 200 00 

Sauve, E 200 00 

Simpson, D 175 00 

Sorley, Geo. A 150 00 

Stafford, Geo 175 00 

Syhran, Jno 100 00 

Symons, W. A 200 00 

Tessier, Jos 175 70 

Trench, Robt 50 00 

Vitkuski, Jno 150 00 

Wright, S 100 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C 39 



ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

REFUNDS— Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 



Miscellaneous 

Abdan, C, native wine permit 

Barry, Leo, estreated bail. . . 

Blakey, N., " " . . 

Brennan, T., " " . . 

Hillis, Wm., « " .. 

Kelso, J. J., " " of one 
Harry Elliott, under the Un- 
married Parents Act 



75 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

225 00 

350 00 



384 00 



Machin & Teasdale, money con- 
fiscated in gambling machine 36 65 

Norfolk, Treas. County of, police 

court fines 380 00 

Sansona, S., estreated bail 1,000 00 

Sundry Ontario Provincial Police, 

clothing deduction 660 00 



Registrars' Fees, R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 126, Sec. 148 ($95,591.15) 



City of St. Thomas U6 50 

" Toronto 57,645 41 

County of Elgin 343 92 



County of Ontario 1,443 39 

York 35,811 93 



Refunds $111,627.50 



STATUTORY 
Criminal Investigations, R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 23, Sec. 18 ($830.00) 



Graydon, A. H. M., re adminis- 
tration of justice. County of 
Middlesex 15 00 

Pearson, R. & A., two shares of 
Steel Realtv Development 
Stock .' 200 00 



Murphy, W. A., sundry expenses 
re Steel Realty Development 
stock 590 00 

Warner, Rev. G. O., expenses at- 
tending at Toronto re Juvenile 
Court, London 25 00 



Allowance to County Judges ($58,490.00) 
9 Geo. V, Chap. 26, Sec. 5 



Coatsworth, His Honour Judge 

Snider 

Evans 

Macbeth 

Mulligan 

Stone 

Hardv 

Klein 

Fisher 

Ross 

Coughlin 

Lavell 

Sutherland 

Hopkins 

Deroche 

Dickson 

Elliott 

Chappie 

Stamworth 

Taylor 

Scott 

Dowsle> 

Madden 

Campbell 

Hewson 

Mahaffv 

Valin 

Boles 

Ward 



2,600 00 Macgillivrav, His Honour Judge. 

625 00 Wallace 

583 34 Powell. 

1,300 00 Justin 

1,000 00 Barron 

1,000 00 Huycke 

1,000 00 Constantineau 

1,000 00 McLean 

1,000 00 McLennan 

1,000 00 McNamara 

1,000 00 Vance 

1,000 00 O'Reilly 

1,000 00 Kehoe 

1,000 00 Hartman 

1,000 00 McKav 

1,000 00 Kinnev 

1,000 00 Swayze 

1,000 00 Hearn 

1,000 00 Livingstone 

1,000 00 Spotton 

1,000 00 Caron 

1,000 00 Judd 

1,000 00 Gauld 

1,000 00 Morson 

1,000 00 Denton 

1,000 00 Mir^A-a 1 ) 

1,000 00 Widd.field 

1,000 00 Tytler 

1,000 00 O'Connell 



1,000 00 

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C40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



STATUTORY— Continued 

Probation Officers ($14,098.04) 
Audited as provided by 12-13 Geo. V, Chap. 103, Sec. 6 

Mott, H. S Chief Probation Officer 12 months 

Freer, O. G Asst. Chief Probation Officer llj^ " 

Everett, M. P Probation Officer llH " 

Mrs. A. Brown " " llH " 

R. Taylor " « SVo " 

J. B. Grimshaw " " 7H " 

William Badley " " 7J^ " 

Mrs. M. Kensit Intelligence Officer 11 " 

B. Maddaford Office Assistant 11 " 

Dr. G. Anderson Psychiatrist 11 " 



Miscellaneous 

Can. Office Appliance & Supply 

Co., stationery 19 50 

Cairns, B., Ltd., badges 10 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., stop watch 8 00 

Grand & Toy Ltd., stationery. . 24 00 
King's Printer, stationery, 

1,786.10; printing, 201.19... 1,987 29 

Mott, H. S., travelling expenses 150 00 



Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., filing 
cabinet 

Students Book Dept. of Univ. of 
Toronto 

Probation officers, travelling 
expenses 

Vetcraft Shops , 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer 



1,000 00 
2,156 25 
1,629 17 
1,629 17 
437 50 


924 


43 


916 


10 


1,466 


67 


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229 


17 


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44 


24 00 



137 70 



Ontario Election Act ($407,575.75) 
Audited as provided by 8 Geo. V, Cliap. 3, Sec. 57, Sub Sec. 4, and 10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 2, Sec. 23 



Electoral Districts ($345,681.38) 

Addington . 1,898 87 

Algoma 3,760 30 

Brant, North 2,650 45 

Brant, South 2,158 09 

BrockviUe 2,109 10 

Bruce, North 2,341 24 

Bruce, South 1,951 54 

Bruce, West 2,209 12 

Carleton 2,550 35 

Cochrane 9,6f"4 37 

DufTerin 2,366 45 

Dundas 2,754 18 

Durham, East 1,852 67 

Durham, West 1,771 85 

Elgin, East 2,002 72 

■Elgin, West 3,187 00 

Essex, North 3,218 85 

Essex, South 2,759 84 

Fort William 3,760 22 

Frontenac 2,207 08 

Glengarry 2,605 04 

Grenville 2,794 98 

Grey, Centre 2,863 12 

Grey, North 3,283 39 

Grev, South 3,552 31 

Haldimand 3,022 06 

Halton 2,657 27 

Hamilton, East 6,020 66 

Hamilton, West 3,263 23 

Hastings, East 2,486 98 

Hastings, North 2,416 62 

Hastings, West 2,964 69 

Huron, Centre 1,632 29 

Huron, North 2,342 72 

Huron, South 2,444 26 

Kenora 694 36 

Kent, East 2,372 37 

Kent, West 3,957 38 



Kingston 501 85 

Lambton, East 2,967 41 

Lambton, West 4,984 89 

Lanark, North 2,553 73 

Lanark, South 2.880 03 

Leeds 2,560 76. 

Lennox 2,020 10 

Lincoln 2.912 80 

London 3,729 81 

Manitoulin 2,320 32 

Middlesex, East 2,916 56 

Middlesex, North 2,320 25 

Middlesex, West 1,812 47 

Muskoka 4,238 09 

Niagara Falls 2,726 51 

Nipissing 3,478 61 

Norfolk, North 1,735 57 

Norfolk, South 1,706 35 

Northumberland, East 3,556 72 

Northumberland, West 1,796 87 

Ontario, North 2.603 23 

Ontario, South 3,431 30 

Ottawa, East 2,906 68 

Ottawa, West 6,61 7 60 

Oxford, North 3,003 21 

Oxford, South 2,9 2 64 

Parkdale 4,311 32 

Parry Sound 3,687 71 

Peel 2,095 15 

Perth, North 3,634 04 

Perth, South 2,440 75 

Peterboro', East 1,985 92 

Peterboro', West 2,701 99 

Port Arthur 3,500 79 

Prescott 3,421 93 

Prince Edward 2,530 95 

Rainy River 2,463 47 

Renfrew, North 2,823 01 

Renfrew, South 2,978 25 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



C41 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 



STATUTORY— Continued 



Ontario Election Act — Continued 



Electoral Districts — Continued 

Riverdale 5,495 93 

Russell 4,402 77 

St. Catharines 3,266 56 

Sault Ste. Marie 3,425 58 

Simcoe, Centre 2,313 06 

Simcoe, East 3,985 62 

Simcoe, South 1,688 64 

Simcoe, West 2,203 48 

Stormont 3,049 69 

Sturgeon Falls 2,083 02 

Sudbury 3,638 11 

Timiskaming 3,546 99 

Toronto, North-East 7,928 57 

Toronto, North- West 9,919 1 1 

Toronto, South-East 6,856 14 

Toronto, South- West 7,708 67 

Victoria, North 2,502 02 

Victoria, South ; 3,287 16 

Waterloo, North 3,559 62 

Waterloo, South 3,061 71 

Welland 2,418 64 

. Wellington, East 2,654 22 

Wellington, South 3,265 33 

Wellington, West 2,006 42 

Wentworth, North 1,762 74 

Wentworth, South 2,641 40 

Windsor 5,028 57 

York, East 8,483 65 

York, North 2,335 03 

York, West 8,825 27 

Board Accounts ($19,371.02)- 

District Algoma 3,004 76 

County Brant 214 33 

County Bruce 239 39 

District Cochrane 2,309 69 

County Haldimand 240 94 

County Hastings 91 34 

District Kenora 1,336 98 

County Lambton 101 90 

District Manitoulin 874 11 

County Middlesex 106 05 

District Muskoka 447 65 

District Nipissing 1,696 98 

District Parry Sound 1,621 70 

District Rainy River 1,235 06 



County Renfrew 75 60 

District Sudbury. 1,799 66 

District Temiskaming 1,527 62 

District Thunder Bay 2,447 26 

By-Elections, 1923 ($5,699.89) 

Grenville 500 41 

Kingston 526 00 

Norfolk, South 442 35 

Park-dale 742 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 693 36 

Sudbury 677 90 

Wellington, South 577 30 

York, East 788 62 

York, West 751 95 

By-Elecrions, 1922 ($9,553.75) 

Russell 4,380 98 

Toronto, South-East 5,272 77 

Miscellaneous ($1,626.05) 

Postage 50 00 

Services re Audit of Accounts — 

C. A. Fitch 1,000 00 

E. A. Mockler 108 25 

W.J. McCaul 152 25 

J. Houston 118 50 

M. Parkhill 140 80 

H. Edgeworth 56 25 

Amounts Outstanding on Accountable 
Warrants ($14,668.00) 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 6,668 00 
Chairman Election Board, County- 
York 8,000 00 



396,700 09 



Less advanced to Clerk of the 
Crown in Chancery in 1921- 
1922, for by-elections — 

Russell 1,962 00 

Toronto, South 

East 2,270 00 

4,232 00 

Total 392,468 09 



Payments of Accounts by the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery out of advances 



Bulmer, C. F., accountable 

Baker, A. E., election officer. . . . 

Beithon, C. S., services as clerk. 

Brown, Robert, services as head 
clerk 

Caldwell, K., services as steno- 
grapher at 3.00 per diem 

Campbell, Geo., services 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, " 

Curzon, R. T., services as cleik. 

Dymond, A. M., chief election 
officer, services, 2,500.00; trav- 
elling expenses, 391.30 



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132 


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87 


75 


206 


48 


270 


86 


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2,891 30 



Enright, K.. services as steno- 
grapher at 3.00 per diem 

Gould, Jas., services as clerk. . . 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery. 

Hobbs, Samuel, hardware 

House Bros., cartage 

King's Printer, stationery 

Leamen, I. V., services as clerk. 
Magon, C. R., services as clerk. 
McCleary, D. H., services as 

McDougail',V.'E.,'clerk*at 35.00 

per week 

Postmaster, postage 



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34 


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27 


62 


90 


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127 


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414 


17 


337 


51 



C 42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Continued 

STATUTORY— Continued 
Ontario Election Act — Continued 
Payments of Accounts by the Clerk of the Crown In Chancery out of advances — Continued 



Rice, Mrs. M. R., services as 
secretary' at 25.00 per week. . 

Stewart, H. A., services as clerk. 

Templin, H. C, services election 
officer 

Thompson, Wm., services as clerk 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 



United Typewriter Co., rental of 
machine 

Venables, A. E., services as clerk 

Wiley, B., ^ " " 

Wilkinson, W. B., services as 



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75 05 

45 00 

110 25 



election officer, 750.00; trav. 
expenses, 55.05 



805 05 



9,120 55 

Less advanced to C. F. Bulmer, 

1921-22 1,120 55 



Total 8,000 00 

Miscellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 167 02 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 2 10 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 295 93 
King's Printer, stationery, 

1,235.13; printing, 5,407.48.. 6,642 61 



Total 15,107 66 



Sheriflfs to make up Income to $1,800.00 per year 1922-23 ($4,364.85) 
R. S. O. 1914, Chap. 16, Sec. 41, and 8 Geo. V, Chap. 20, Sec. 8 



Bruce 

Jermyn, D. M. 

Dufferin 

Endacott, H.. . 



Grey 

Wilson, J. S. 



Haldimand 

McConnell, M. 

Halton 

Webster, S. . . . 



Kenora 

Humble, J. W. 



Lanark 

MacMartin, D. G. 



442 50 

597 01 

6 38 

40 01 
414 92 

44 01 
182 87 



Norfolk 

Tisdale. W 



Ontario 

Paxton, J. F. 



Peel 

Henderson, N 



421 35 
114 93 
310 43 



Peterborough 

Hall, J. A 352 71 



Presscott and Russell 

Hagar, A 337 94 

Wright, S 382 59 



Victoria 

Vrooman, A. E. 



720 53 
717 20 



Consolidated Revenue Fund Act ($31,193.08) 

R. S. O. 1914, Chap. 20, Sec. 6 

Miller, Ferguson & Hunter, legal fees as per judgment of Supreme Court of Canada 

re searching cities of Central Ontario Systems 31, 193 08 

Statutory $524,806.37 



Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney-General. , . . $2,389,527.28 



PART D 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1922-23 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Civil Government: page 

Salaries and Contingencies 12 

Education: 

Public and Separate School Grants, etc 13 

Normal and Model Schools 61 

English-French Training Schools ' ' 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 82 

Museum • -^ 

Public Libraries 85 

Technical Education ^2 

Superannuated Teachers ^^ 

Provincial and other Universities 9" 

Belleville School for the Deaf 97 

Brantford " " Blind • 101 

Monteith Northern Academy 105 

Refunds HO 

Statutory 1 10 

Special Warrants 1 1 1 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. R. H, Grant Minister (Statutory) 8 J^ months 

Hon. G. Howard Ferguson. . . " " 3'/2 " * 



4,250 00 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

Salaries ($55,002.70) 

A. H. U. Colquhoun Deputy Minister 12 months 

M. E. Saunderson Secretary to Minister 12 " 

J. R. Humphreys Chief Clerk 12 " 

Frank L. Woodley Assistant Chief Clerk 12 " 

A. C. Paull Head Clerk 12 " 

N. A. Brown " " 12 « 

Geo. Whitelaw " « 12 " 

E. A. Faulds Principal Statistical Clerk 12 " 

T. J. Greene Senior Clerk 12 " 

C. D. Creighton « " 12 " 

C. W. Thonson " " 12 " 

Thcs. W. Aikens Clerk 12 " 



B. Riddell " 

John F. Clarke " 

Geo. Walton " 



12 
12 
12 



W. N. Griffiths " 12 



S. A. May. 
J. P. Clougher. 



,12 
12 



Kathleen Burns Junior Clerk 12 

E.I.Brown " " 12 

Gladys Dix Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

Winnifred M. Courtney... .Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

Bertha N. McGee " " " 12 

Edith J. Brown " " " 12 

A. Macpherson " " " 12 

E. Dennis " " " 7 

S. J. Ward Clerk Stenographer 12 

G. Short " " 10 

L. A. Hvnes " " 12 

Gladys M. Black " " 12 

Jean G. Chidley Senior Clerk Typist 5 J^ 

A.M.Brown " Filing Clerk 12 

A. Humphrey " Clerk Messenger 12 

J. Thompson Storekeeper 7 



5,400 
1,700 
3,300 
3,300 
2,700 
2,400 
2,400 
2,300 
1.900 
1,«00 
1,700 
1.500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,300 
1,300 

900 

900 
1,300 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

320 
1,050 

898 
1,200 
1,050 

500 
1,200 
1,300 

583 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
81 
00 
33 
00 
00 
25 
00 
00 
31 



Statutory Salaries Not Otherwise Provided for ($3,910.81) 

F. W. Merchant Director of Education 6 months 2,900 00 

Wm. J. McCoy Clerk 514 " 559 00 

Laura Kirkland « Stenographer 5H " 412 48 

M. J. F. Eraser « }4 " 43 33 



Contingencies ($16,059.76) 



Temporary Services 

Boyd, Helen A., clerk at 15.00 

per week 780 00 

Duff, R. M., clerk at 65.00 per 

month 35 00 

McNallv, Cecil W., clerk at 

100.00 per month 1,200 00 

Mackenzie Audrey, junior clerk 

typist at 16.00 per week 703 85 

Scott, Lillian G., clerk at 15.50 

per week 806 00 

Smith, Charles J., clerk at 3.25 

per diem 455 00 



Travelling Expenses 

Grant, Hon. R. H. 

Hay, Mabel 

Woodley, F. L. . . . 



Advertising 

1 oronto Mail & Empire. 
Toronto Daily Star 



Typewriters and Office Equipment 

Burroughs Adding Machine of 
Canada, Ltd., motor 



1,000 00 
12 95 
74 64 



10 32 
5 88 



52 06 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 13 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 
Contingencies — Continued 



Typewriters and OflBce Equipment — Continued 

Remington '1 ype writer Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 

Royal Typewriter Co., 

typewriter 150 00 

lessallce 36 00 



184 41 



United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriters (3) . . . . 392 85 
less allowance on 2 
machines 90 CO 



Miscellaneous 

Ashall, Wm., care of clocks. . . . 

Aylett, Chas., photos 

Bank of Montreal, revenue 
stamps 

Bank of Nova Scotia, revenue 
stamps 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspection and repairs 

Cairns, B., half tones and electros 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Parliamentary Guide, sub- 
scription to guide 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., manuals 

Deec Park Garage & Livery Ltd., 
livery hire 

Dom. Dept. of Pub. Ptg. & 
Stationery, postal guides 

Dom. Express Co., charges. . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., battery.. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, set 
of new volumes 



114 00 



302 85 



74 


22 


60 


75 


1 


00 


2 


00 


42 


51 


27 


50 


21 


00 


409 


04 



486 29 

18 00 
127 08 

5 00 

9 00 

76 63 

60 

31 50 



Field, Love & House, typewriter 
inspections, 108.00; supplies, 
3.50 

Figary, W. H., photos 

Frohns, A. P., cartage 

Glackmeyer, A. E., photo 

King's Printer, stationery, 
3,237.72 ; printing, 388.45 ; 
paper, .53 

McAinsh & Co., books 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 
books 

McKenna's Book Store, book. . 

Miller, R. W., cartage 

Mitchell & McGill, card index 
cabinet 

Multipost Co., repairs to stamp 
affixer 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, renewal 
pages 

Newspapers and Periodicals, sub- 
serif tions 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
coffee percolator 

Postmaster, postage 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 79. CO; repairs and 
supplies, 14.40 

Ryerson Press, manuals 

Tarling Map Co., map 

The School, 2, ICO copies 

Toronto General Trusts Co., 
books 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

Toronto Weekly RIy. & Steam- 
boat Guide, subscription to 
guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 273. CO; rental of 
typewriter, 50.00 

Walton, G. A., cartage 



Ill 

10 
6 
5 


50 
00 
25 
00 


3,626 
4 


70 
50 


6 

2 

141 


16 

50 
25 


24 


50 


5 


50 


5 


00 


260 42 


10 

3,822 


75 
37 


93 

8 

3 

315 


40 
53 
00 
00 


75 


00 


45 


00 



24 35 



323 00 
1 00 



Civil Government $71,062.46 



EDUCATION 



PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL EDUCATION 

Rural Public and Separate Schools, Counties. General Grants and Contingencies 

($2,126,937.96) 



Treasurer, County of: 



Public 



Brant 24,880 86 

Bruce 69,907 53 

Gfirleton 52,122 51 

Dufferin 32,328 47 

Elgin 39,412 22 

Essex 37,791 73 

Frontenac 62,827 91 

Grey 76,894 77 



Separate 

5,754 52 
3,743 62 



10,413 82 
5.019 32 
2,305 97 



Public 

Haldimand 31,547 83 

Haliburton 29,983 12 

Halton 22,829 15 

Hastings 89,943 73 

Huron ; 67,560 62 

Kent 50,977 08 

Lambton 58,313 35 

Lanark 46,660 65 



Separate 



4, ICO 65 

3,960 68 

2,745 41 

250 07 

1,202 70 



D 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Rural Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Treasurer, County of: 



Leeds and Grenville91, 
Lennox and Adding- 

ton 42, 

Lincoln 35, 

Middlesex 61, 

Norfolk 38, 

Northumberland & 

Durham 74, 

Ontario 46, 

Oxford 40, 

Peel 32, 

Perth 36, 

Peterborough 43, 

Prescott & Russell. 26, 
Prince Edward 24, 



>ublic 


Separate 


829 12 


878 74 


022 99 


902 64 


303 82 


579 10 


858 51 


1,916 91 


270 99 


274 07 


145 21 


2,597 97 


202 51 


675 10 


,444 24 




058 61 


330 07 


999 73 


3,633 13 


794 64 


1,880 34 


382 49 


3,443 31 


,724 94 





Public 

Renfrew 73,961 37 

Simcoe 84,005 10 

Stormont, Dundas 

and Glengarry. . . 92,598 56 

Victoria 37,444 18 

Waterloo 33,354 09 

Welland 49,089 21 

Wentworth 46,027 05 

Wellington 53,935 61 

York 179,068 61 



Separate 

10,676 73 
1,340 41 

10,400 03 
1,005 17 
4,140 68 



3,430 78 
239 03 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, paper, 193.81; 
stationery, 324.39; printing, 
626.06 1,144 26 

Postmaster, stamps 449 62 



Urban Public and Separate Schools, General Grants and Contingencies ($114,778.79) 



Treasurer, School Board 
City of: 

Belleville 

Brantford 1 

Chatham 

Fort William 1 

Gait 

Guelph 1 

. Hamilton 7 

Kingston 1 

Kitchener 1 

London 4 

Niagara Falls 1 

Ottawa 4 

Owen Sound 

Peterborough.- 1 

Port Arthur 

St. Catharines 1 

St. Thomas 1 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 1 

Stratford 1 

Toronto 35 

Welland 

Windsor 2 

Woodstock 

Treasurer, School Board 
Town of : 

Alexandria 

Almonte 

Amherstburg 

Arnprior 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Brampton 

Bridgeburg 

Brockville 

Burlington 

Campbellford 

Carleton Place 

Cobalt 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 



PubUc 


Separate 


784 36 


151 50 


,970 60 


317 68 


953 39 


193 00 


,127 54 


426 73 


930 82 


74 05 


,123 78 


276 14 


,715 19 


1,422 60 


,316 69 


353 41 


,296 97 


494 42 


,143 25 


520 80 


,032 78 


137 92 


,620 42 




880 94 


58 42 


,123 09 


518 89 


982 08 


209 68 


,332 61 


278 13 


,238 66 


112 55 


996 62 


156 75 


,158 43 


498 07 


,184 74 


201 80 


,434 83 


4,785 13 


656 34 




,286 32 


914 95 


720 61 


54 29 


19 81 


156 43 


129 92 


48 15 


94 44 


119 65 


161 74 


147 81 


176 09 




170 39 




496 62 


42 83 


261 97 




187 19 




345 88 




212 80 




567 98 


145 20 


188 79 




189 01 


29 95 


313 35 




198 31 


143 01 


359 08 


63 40 


116 44 


101 53 



Public Separate 

Collingwood 450 31 23 70 

Copper Cliff 175 86 

Cornwall 179 43 417 40 

Dundas 327 86 57 46 

Dunnville 273 98 

Eastview 135 58 

Elmira 181 49 

Ford 171 79 265 97 

Fort Frances 170 08 78 29 

Gananoque 183 15 80 49 

Georgetown 156 11 

Goderich 277 11 35 10 

Hanover 349 62 29 64 

Hawkesbury 38 39 

Hespeler 200 89 . 20 04 

Huntsville 176 02 

Ingersoli 327 75 52 40 

Kenora 385 97 87 81 

Kincardine 164 09 

Kingsville 152 76 

Leamington 293 66 

Lindsav 490 62 134 78 

Listowel ; 184 61 

Meaford 201 63 

Merritton 309 85 30 47 

Midland 533 67 

Mimico 314 41 

Napanee 226 94 

New Liskeard 142 56 24 64 

Newmarket 225 67 27 18 

New Toronto 241 83 

North Bay 535 36 359 01 

Oakville 233 33 16 41 

Orangeville 190 23 

Orillia 515 43 73 04 

Oshawa 787 06 93 17 

Paris 301 85 32 55 

Parry Sound 252 32 

Pembroke 383 13 248 36 

Penetanguishene 191 84 

PenetanguisheneP.S.S. 106 08 

Perth 194 96 87 00 

Petrolia 225 26 

Picton 236 80 11 19 

Port Colborne 237 35 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D15 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Urban Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Treasurer, School Board 
Town of: 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Preston , 

Renfrew , 

Ridgetown 

Rockland 

Sandwich 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls 

St. Mary's 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Thorold 



PubUc 

347 55 
144 42 
322 72 
185 76 
172 29 

13 49 
207 94 
300 27 
409 63 
283 61 
200 79 

62 17 
324 26 
230 22 



Separate 

62 53 
101 05 
178 05 



173 20 

91 36 
21 68 

273 52 
365 21 
168 25 



Tillsonburg 

Timmins 

Trenton 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 237 

Waterloo 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wingham 188 10 

Contingencies 

King's Printer, binding, 7.80; 
paper, 5.89; stationery, 21.42; 
printing 37.29 



PubUc 


Separate 


230 05 




200 99 


217 62 


367 82 


79 13 


98 88 


80 02 


462 95 


92 08 


237 39 


106 89 


335 68 


127 61 


221 75 


28 97 


275 88 


38 08 



72 40 



Urban Public and Separate Schools, Special Grants and Contingencies ($66,381,07) 



Treasurer, School Board 

City of: PubUc 

Belleville 276 00 

Brantford 875 60 

Chatham 361 00 

Fort William 2,312 00 

Gait 381 60 

Guelph 449 00 

Hamilton 3,752 00 

Kingston 524 00 

Kitchener 509 20 

London 1,666 80 

Niagara Falls 408 00 

Ottawa 2,225 00 

Owen Sound 356 00 

Peterborough 644 00 

Port Arthur 1,818 00 

St. Catharines 519 20 

St. Thomas 434 40 

Sarnia 412 00 

Sault Ste Marie 2,025 00 

Stratford.. 425 60 

Toronto 15,402 08 

Welland 315 60 

Windsor 1,038 40 

Woodstock 259 00 



Treasurer, School Board 
Town of: 

Alexandria 

Almonte 

Amherstburg 

Arn prior 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Brampton 

Bridgeburg 

Brockville 

Burlington 

Campbellford 

Carleton Place 

Cobalt 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Collingwood , 

4 P.A. 



18 00 

88 20 

66 00 

132 00 

84 00 

96 00 

342 00 

150 00 

295 00 

207 60 

127 20 

392 80 

99 00 

120 00 

163 20 

513 00 

144 00 

200 00 

280 20 



Separate 


58 


40 


104 


00 


69 


60 


729 


00 


24 


00 


92 


00 


621 


60 


152 


00 


208 


00 


274 


40 


48 


00 


24 


00 


260 


00 


350 


50 


105 


60 


44 


00 


76 


80 


783 


00 


72 


00 


1,878 


80 



311 60 
24 00 



84 00 
36 00 
96 00 
96 00 



30 00 



87 60 

24 00 

227 50 
48 00 
20 00 
24 00 



PubUc 

Copper Cliff 473 00 

Cornwall 180 00 

Dundas 210 00 

Dunnville 114 00 

East View 78 00 

Elmira 66 00 

Ford City 136 80 

Fort Frances 320 50 

Gananoque 108 00 

Georgetown 90 00 

Goderich 192 00 

Hanover 310 08 

Hawkesbury 36 00 

Hespeler 120 00 

Huntsville 245 00 

Ingersoll 205 20 

Kenora 620 00 

Kincardine 98 40 

Kingsville 138 00 

Leamington 150 00 

Lindsay 304 80 

Listowel 1 1 1 60 

Meaford 144 00 

Merritton 129 00 

Midland 393 60 

Mimico 193 20 

Napanee 172 80 

New Liskeard 341 50 

Newmarket 133 20 

New Toronto 225 00 

North Bay 1,042 00 

Oakville 160 80 

Orangeville 112 20 

Orillia 348 00 

Oshawa 660 60 

Paris 174 00 

Parry Sound 553 00 

Pembroke 230 40 

Penetanguishene 132 00 

PenetanguisheneP.S.S 

Perth 120 00 

Petrolia 127 20 

Picton 102 00 

Port Colborne 190 80 

Port Hope 186 00 

Preston 222 00 

Prescott 84 00 



Separate 

144 00 
36 00 



103 20 
20 00 
42 00 

24 00 
24 00 

18 00 

41 40 
55 00 



96 00 

18 00 



20 00 
24 00 

382 00 
24 00 

42 00 
72 00 
24 00 

139 80 

84 00 
48 00 

12 00 



42 00 
32 40 



D 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Urban Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Treasurer, School Board 
City of: 

Kenirew 

Ridgelown 

Rockland 

Sandwich 

Sinicoe 

Smith's Falls 

St. Mary's 

Strati>roy , 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudoury 

Ihorold 

Tihsonburg 



Public 

130 60 
OU UU 
24 00 
168 00 
132 00 
284 40 
156 00 
111 60 
166 50 
745 00 
168 00 
138 00 



Separate 

138 00 

96 00 

66 00 
24 00 

283 00 
652 00 
102 00 



Timmins. . . . 
Trenton . . . . 
Walkcrton . . 
Walkervihe. . 
Wallaceburg. 
Waterloo.. . . 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wingham . . . 



Public 

390 50 
287 34 

66 00 
303 CO 
174 00 
190 80 
197 40 
115 20 

68 40 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, printing, 249.88; 
paper, 143.79 



Separate 

1/2 50 
48 00 
60 CO 
38 40 
62 40 
80 40 
31 20 
6 00 



393 67 



Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts, Grants and Contingencies ($598,924.79) 



Algoma — Trustees 
Public School 

1 Aberueen 

2 " 

3 " add'l 

4 " 

Blind River, Town of 

Bri|,ht and Bright Add'i 

1 Bruce Mines, Town of 

Ul Casgrain, Kendall and Han- 
Ian 

U2 Casgrain and Kendall 

1 Daiton 

Day and Gladstone 

Ul Eilber, Barker & Devitt... 



Fen wick. 
Fen wick. . 
Fisher. . . . 
Franz. . . . 
Galbraith. 
Gaudette. 



Gladstone and Bright. 

Hanlan 

Hi. ton 



1 Jotelyn 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

1 Jchr.son 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

1 Kenora 

3 " 

4 " 

5 " 

1 Laird 

3 " 

U4 " and McDonald 

2 " and Tarbutt 

1 Lefroy and Plummer Add'l . .. 



" and Kirkwood. 



Lewis. 
Long. 



630 


00 


500 


00 


536 


75 


282 


64 


1,680 


00 


520 00 


1,920 


00 


548 


00 


610 


00 


534 


00 


545 


00 


615 


00 


575 


00 


403 


75 


164 


00 


535 


50 


491 


50 


650 


GO 


438 


/3 


500 00 


441 


00 


1,C28 


00 


500 


00 


552 


75 


480 


00 


526 


50 


545 


00 


618 


CO 


575 


00 


545 


00 


530 


00 


670 


00 


960 


00 


1,005 


00 


530 


00 


945 


00 


615 


00 


517 


00 


710 


00 


1,165 


00 


489 


00 


560 


00 


600 


00 


540 


00 


1,800 


00 


539 


00 



Michipicoten, 



1 McDonald. 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 
4 
6 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 

3 " 

4 " 

5 " 

1 Shedden 

2 " 

Sprague 

1 Tarbutt 

Tarentcrus Consolidated 

" Children's Shelter. 

2 « « « 

Thessalcn, Town of 

2 " 



Parkinson and Gladstone. 

" Grastette. 

Patton and Glacstone. . . . 

Plummer 

" and Rose 

" Add'l., 

" Add'l 

Prince 

St. Joseph 



Thompson. 



Vankoughnet. 
Victoria 



Way. 

U2 Wav and Lowther. 
Ul Wells and Day.... 

3 Wells 

1 White River 



Aljioma — Trustees 
R.C.S.S. 



Casgrain. 
Eilber. . . 
Kendall.. 



Way. 



1,270 00 
574 00 
490 00 
665 00 
117 00 
690 00 
486 00 
511 25 
4 4 00 
b(jb 00 
455 80 
' 570 00 
560 00 
51C 00 
855 00 
520 00 

1,064 00 
445 CO 
525 00 

1,143 50 
470 00 

1,145 00 
465 CO 

1,725 00 

5C0 00 

22 50 

3,916 00 
520 00 
520 00 
493 00 
520 00 
520 00 
490 00 
560 00 
520 00 
528 00 
630 00 
525 00 
570 00 

1,030 00 



510 00 
392 00 
815 00 
310 00 
470 00 
455 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 17 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Rural Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Kenora — Trustees 
Public School 



1 AuDrey 

1 Drayton 

Dryden, Town of 3 

1 Eaton and Aubrey 

1 Grant 

1 Ignace 

1 Jaffray and Melick 



Keewatin, Town of 3 

Machin 

Minaki 

Mutrie 

O.a^uan 

PcUatt 



Redditt 

Sandford and Aubrey 



3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 

S'oux Lookout 4 

1 Southworth and Hartman 

1 V-^rmiLon Lake 

1 Wabigoon 

1 Wainwright, Aubrey, etc. 
1 " 

1 Zealand 

2 " 



Manltoulin — Trustees 
Public Scliool 



Allan. 



2 

3 " 

1 Assiginack 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

6 " 

7 " 

1 Barrie Island 

Ul Bllings and Allan, 

2 Billings 

1 Burpee 

2 « 



1 Campbell. 

2 

3 

4 " 

1 Carl vie. . 



1 Carn rvon 1 

2 " 

3 " 

6 « 

7 " 

1 Cockburn Island 

2 « " 

1 Dawson 



2 " 

1 Gordon 

4 " 

U5 Gordon and Allan 

Gore Bay, Town of 1 

1 Howland 

2 " 

3 " 

4 « 

5 « 



610 00 
650 00 
307 00 
555 00 
700 00 
910 00 
423 75 
531 00 
,390 00 
600 00 
675 00 
392 00 
540 00 
427 50 
605 00 
650 00 
460 00 
535 00 
,369 00 
600 GO 
562 50 
560 00 
359 00 
445 00 
590 00 
510 00 



575 00 
585 00 
535 00 
900 00 
520 00 
520 00 
450 00 
590 00 
510 00 
655 00 
520 00 
532 00 
535 00 
575 00 
490 00 
575 00 
610 00 
595 00 
605 00 
,070 00 
570 00 
495 00 
630 00 
530 00 
570 00 
337 00 
600 00 
575 00 
515 00 
550 00 
535 00 
,930 00 
580 €0 
600 00 
625 00 
544 50 
605 00 



Howland 535 00 

" 530 00 

" 575 00 

Little Current, Town of 2,090 00 

Mills 315 00 

Robinson 570 00 

« 525 00 

Rutherford. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. ". '. '. '. 1,141 50 



1 Sandfield 


595 00 


2 " 


535 00 


4 « 


535 00 


1 Tehkummah 

3 " 


. . 590 00 

575 40 


4 " 


605 00 


Muskoka — Trustees 
Public School 

Bala, Village of 

2 Brunei 


.. 1,180 00 
640 00 


3 " 


530 00 


4 " 


505 00 


5 " 


480 00 


6 " 


525 00 


8 " 


595 00 


2 Cardwell 

5 " 


. . 490 GO 
515 GO 


1 Chaffey 

3 • " 


. . 510 GO 
645 GO 


A5 " 


575 GO 


U6 " 


680 GO 


U7 " 


524 GO 


8 " 


560 00 


9 " 


565 00 


UIO" 


695 GO 


1 Draper 

2 " 


. . 520 00 
495 GO 


3 " 


549 GO 


4 " 


495 GO 


5 " 


470 00 


6 " 


375 GO 


8 " 


350 GO 


9 " 


470 00 


1 Franklin and Sinclair 

2 " 


514 00 
514 00 


3 " 


550 00 


6 " 


455 00 


1 Freeman 


.. 1,423 CO 


Gravenhurst, Central of . . . 

" North Ward . . . 

« West Ward .... 

1 McLean 

5 " 


. . 2,405 00 

270 00 

. . 340 00 

. . 982 00 

495 GO 


1 McAulay 

2 " 


. . 490 00 
345 00 


3 " 


515 00 


4 " 


515 GO 


5 " 


. . 398 GO 


6 " 


495 GO 


7 " 


360 00 


2 Medora 

4 " 


. . 335 GO 
5''5 00 


5 " 


267 GO 


7 " 


325 GO 


8 " 


450 00 


9 " 


191 GO 


10 " 


260 00 


11 « 


350 GO 


12 " 


213 50- 



D 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Rural Public and Separate Schools— Continued 



Muskoka— Trustees 

Public School — Continued 

2 Monck 1 

4 " 

6 " 



Morrison (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 2 

2 Muskoka 



1 Oaklev 

2 " ' 

4 " 

Port Carling, Village of i 

2 Ridout and McLean 

3 « « 

1 Ryde 

9 « 



1 Stephenson. 

2 

3 " 



10 

U2 Stisted, etc. 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

1 Watt 

2 « 

3 " 

4 " 



6 " . 

7 « . 

1 Wood. 

2 " . 

3 « . 

4 " . 



Muskoka — Trustees 
R. C. S. S. 

1 Baxter 



,050 00 
495 00 
462 00 
580 00 
865 00 
,562 00 
190 00 
470 00 
329 00 
680 00 
535 00 
470 00 
535 00 
,070 00 
460 00 
342 00 
325 00 
495 00 
120 00 
545 00 
480 00 
,085 00 

570 00 
350 00 
490 00 
310 00 
590 00 
397 00 
547 00 

571 00 
605 00 
515 00 
530 00 
605 00 
575 00 
470 00 
470 00 
500 00 
470 00 
695 00 
535 00 
480 00 
340 00 
237 50 
535 00 
350 00 



575 00 



Nlplsslng— Trustees 
Public School 



1 Airy 625 00 

2 « 560 00 

3 « .".■ 593 75 

2 Badgerow 455 00 

Bonfield, Village of 680 00 

2 « 625 00 

U3 " and Calvin 625 00 

Cache Bay, Town of 1,535 00 

Caldwell 455 00 

« . . 455 00 

« .. 317 00 

u "',','.'..'. 585 00 

Calvin... '.'.'.'.'.'. 625 00 

« 547 00 



2 
3 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
Ul 



4 Calvin 605 00 

1 Cameron 615 00 

« 575 00 

« 184 50 

Chisholm 619 00 

« 615 00 

« 680 00 

« 540 00 

451 50 

. Crerar 585 00 

1 Deacon 501 50 

lA and IB, West Ferris 1,020 00 

3 Ferris ••■ 570 00 

4 « 570 00 

2 Field.; 245 00 

U3 " and Springer 487 00 

U2 Gibbons 455 00 

1 Hunter 585 00 

lA and IB Hugel 1,086 75 

U2 Hugel and Ratter 535 00 

Ul Kirkpatrick 520 00 

9 « 530 00 

3 « 638 00 

4 « 520 00 

5 «< 510 00 

Ul Lvell and Murchison 640 00 

U9 '" « 1,270 00 

3 Lyell 640 00 

U McPherson 455 00 

Mattawa, Town of 1,120 00 

Mattawan 272 00 

« 102 00 



Papineau ^12 50 

« • 338 25 

Sabine...... 305 00 

Springer ^25 00 

Stewart 537 25 

. Strathv ^^^ ^^ 

1 Widdifield 585 00 

9 3, « 575 00 

... 575 00 

234 00 

585 00 

635 00 

. . 680 00 

575 00 

505 00 



2B 

3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 



1 



2A 
2B 
4 



Nipissinft— Trustees 
R. C. S. S. 

1 Armstrong 1,355 00 

1 Badgerow 455 00 

Blind River, Village of 1,090 00 

^-^^^^ ': 595 00 

... 585 00 
585 00 

; ; ; ; ; 570 oo 

" Bonfield,' Town of 065 00 

4 Bucke 581 50 

Cache Bav, Town of 640 00 

Caldwell.' 2,190 00 

2 « 325 00 

Ul " and McPherson. . . 530 00 

3 Casey 441 00 

Chelmsford. Village of 2,445 00 

lA Chisholm 510 00 

^^ « 520 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 19 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Mipissing — Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— Continued 



2 Chisholm. 

1 Crerar. . . 

2 Ferris. . . 

3 " ... 



Rural Public and Separate Schools — Continued 

1 Hardy 

2 Harrison 

1 North Himsworth. 



1 Field and Badgerow 1 

1 " and Bastedo 

1 Gibbons 

1 Grant 

Haileybury, Town of 1 

2 Hugel 

Massey, Village of 

Mattawa, Town of 

1 Papineau 

2A " 

2B " 

1 Springer 

2 " 

5 " 

1 Taylor 

2 Widdifield 



520 00 
520 00 
477 50 
559 00 
990 00 
,365 00 
506 50 
953 50 
500 00 
,378 00 
545 00 
833 75 
280 00 
575 00 
595 00 
535 00 
535 00 
475 00 
325 00 
555 00 
479 50 



Parry Sound— Trustees 
PubUc School 



1 Armour. 

3 " . 

4 « 
5 

6 " . 

7 " . 
2 
1 



Bethune 

Blair 

Burk's Falls, Village of. 
Ul Burpee and Ferguson . 

1 Burton 

2 Carling 



Ul Chapman and Croft. 
U2 " " . 

3 « « . 

4 M « 

6 

1 Christie 

2 " 

3 « 



US Christie and Humphrey. 

2 Conger 

1 Croft 

7 « 



1 Ferguson 

1 Ferris and McKenzie 

2 Foley 

3 « 

4 « 

1 Gurd 

2 " 

3 « 

Ul Hagerman and Croft 

2 Hagerman 

3 « 

5 " 

U4 Hagerman and Ferguson and 

Burpee 



550 00 
625 00 
570 00 
530 00 
570 00 
515 00 
520 00 
610 00 

2,618 00 
575 00 
665 00 
615 00 
380 00 
500 00 

1,190 00 

624 00 
530 00 
540 00 
530 00 
585 00 
575 00 
555 50 
535 00 
640 00 
332 00 
554 00 
575 00 
262 00 
575 00 
553 50 
600 00 
584 00 
526 50 
615 00 
535 00 
590 00 
630 00 
650 00 

625 00 
625 00 

490 50 



1 South Himsworth 

7 (( (( 

3 " « '.'.'. . . 

4 « « 

r « « 

9 « « 

1 Humphrey, 2nd School , 

2 " 

6 " 



U4 " 
1 Joly. ... 
Kearney, Town of 

1 Laurier 

2 " 

3 " . 

1 Lount 

2 " 

1 McConkey 



and Conger. 



U2 McDougall and McKellar. 

4 . " " 

5 McDougall 

6 « 

1 McKellar 

3 " 

4 « 

5 " 



1 McKenzie 

Ul McMurrich and Rverson, 
U2 " " 

3 " 

4 " 



1 Machar 

3 « 

4 " 

5 " 

7 " 

1 Mills 

2 « 

1 Monteith 

2 " 

3 « 

2 Mowat 

Nobel Consolidated School . 

1 Nipissing 

3 " 

5 « 



1 Patterson . 

1 Perrv 

9 " " 

3 " ... 

5 " ... 

6 " ... 

7 " ... 



Powassan, Town of. 

3 Pringle 

1 Proudfoot 



554 00 
67 50 

451 00 
570 00 

2,552 00 
570 00 
545 00 
535 00 
625 00 
560 00 

. 615 00 

1,155 00 
625 00 
455 00 

1,743 00 
485 00 
585 00 
545 00 

1,190 00 
238 00 
615 00 
535 00 
595 00 
585 00 

1,035 00 
570 00 
625 00 
538 00 
625 00 
537 00 
986 00 
625 00 

609 00 

610 00 
585 00 
615 00 

1,045 00 
680 €0 
550 00 
535 50 
537 50 
595 00 
575 00 
575 00 

555 00 
595 00 
570 00 
490 00 
625 00 
581 00 
618 00 
705 00 

1,150 00 
1,330 00 
535 00 
605 00 
617 00 
615 00 
512 50 
615 00 
585 00 
402 00 
550 00 
392 50 
631 00 
1,965 00 
575 00 
565 00 



D 20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
Rural Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Parry Sound — Trustees 
Public School — Continued 



1 Rycrson 


520 00 


2 " and McMurrich 

3 « 


530 00 

585 00 


4 " 


600 00 


5 " 


625 00 


6 " 


563 00 


Ul Spence and Ryerson 


520 00 



2 Spence 596 00 

1 Strong 605 00 

2 " 600 00 

3 " 590 00 

5 " 560 00 

6 « 560 00 

South River, Village of 1,385 00 

Sundridge, Village of 1.495 00 

Trout Creek, Town of 919 00 

1 Wallbridge 2,539 50 

2 " 1,105 00 

Parry Sound — Trustees 
R C. S. S. 

2 Nipissing 630 00 

Rainv River— Trustees 
Public School 



1 Atikokan, 

2 Atwood. . 

3 " . 
12 « 



495 00 

530 00 

380 00 

460 00 

1 Aylesworth 351 25 

Barwick Consolidated 1,302 00 

3 Blue 332 75 

4 " 480 00 

2 Burriss. 372 00 

1 " Consolidated 318 00 

1 Carpenter 400 00 

2 " 305 00 

3 " 290 00 

2 Crozier 495 00 

3 " 475 00 

1 Devlin 460 00 

2 " 590 00 

3 " 1,071 00 

6 Dilke 565 00 

2 Dobie 535 00 

1 Farrington 470 00 

1 Flanders 575 00 

1 Kingsford 470 00 

2 " 470 00 

5 Lash 2,623 50 

10 " 564 00 

3 Mather 670 00 

8 " 490 00 

U9 Mather and Potts 510 00 

1 McCrosson 424 00 

2 « 97 50 

1 Mclrvine 490 00 

1 Mine Centre 655 00 

1 Miscampbell 320 00 

1 Morley 214 00 

8 « and PatuUo 539 00 

« Consolidated 1,564 00 

1 Morson 392 00 

2 « 477 00 

1 Nelles 468 00 

2 " 460 00 

13 Potts 625 00 



1 Pratt 282 00 

Rainy River, Town of 4,975 00 

1 Roddick 325 00 

1 Shenston ■ 555 00 

5 " 600 00 

1 Sifton 505 00 

3 " and Dewart 412 00 

2 " " Richardson 388 00 

1 Spohn 285 00 

2 " 99 00 

3 " 364 00 

1 Sutherland and Tovell 99 00 

6 Tait 465 00 

7 " 508 00 

1 Tovell 372 00 

1 Woodvatt 485 00 

1 Worthington 522 50 

2 " . . . . ; 550 00 



Rainy River — Trustees 
R C S S 

6 Dilke 

1 Morley 

2 « 



505 00 
540 00 
485 00 



Sudbury — Trustees 
Public School 

1 Appleby 510 00 

U2 " 585 00 

Nl Baldwin and Merritt 3,449 00 

2 Baldwin 615 00 

U3 Balfour 598 00 

4 " 625 00 

U5 " 495 00 

U6 Balfour and Morgan 536 00 

1 Biscotasing 790 00 

1 Bigwood 375 00 

U2 Blezard 712 00 

Ul Broder 526 00 

2 " 595 00 

3 " 625 00 

Capreol, Town of 4,110 00 

1 " 520 00 

2 " 530 00 

1 Cartier 1,160 00 

1 Casimir 510 00 

1 Chapleau 3,5^4 00 

Ul Creighton and Snyder 2,607 00 

1 Denison 625 00 

U2 " and Drury 1,660 00 

3 " I,3f0 00 

U6 " and Louise 575 00 

7 " 445 00 

2 Dill 599 00 

3 " 59 50 

Ul Dowlirig, Creighton and 

Fairbanks 495 00 

4 Drurv 625 00 

9 " ■ 498 00 

1 Dryden 530 00 

1 Dunnett 600 00 

2 " 561 00 

3 " 500 00 

4 " 355 00 

5 " 480 00 

6 " 536 00 

1 Foleyet 495 00 

Frood Mine 162 50 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D21 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
Rural Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Sudbury — Trustees 

Public School— Continued 



1 Garson. 

2 

3 

5 

5 Graham 

8 

Hasrar. . 



Hagar and Appleby. 
Ha'lam 



1 

2 

3 

2 

3 

1 Hanmer 

2 

1 Hutton. 



Ul Jennings 

Ul Laura, Servos and Burwash. 
U2A Louise and Lome 

3 Louise 

4 « 

Ul Levack and Dowling 

2 Lome 

5 McKim 

4 " 



1 Martland 

2 " 

Massey, Town of. 
May 



5 
7 

1 Moncrieff 

1 Nairn, and Lome. 

1 Nee'on 

2 « 

3 " 



1 Nicholson. . . 

1 Penhorwood. 

2 Ravside 

4 " 

1 Salter 

3 « 

4 « 



1 Shakespeare 

1 Sweeney 

1 Wt-rs 

IB « 

Webbwood, Town of. 



Sudbury — Trustees 
R C. S. S 

1 Apo'eby . . . . 

2 " 

2 Baldwin .... 
2 Balfour 

1 Bigwood .... 

2 Blezard 

1 Burwash. . . . 

1 Capreol 

1 Chapleau . . . 
1 Cosby 



1 Delamere . 
1 Dunnett. 



1 Foleyet . . . 

1 Gallagher. 

2 Hagar. . . . 



565 


00 


571 


00 


1,86) 


00 


645 


00 


550 


00 


285 


00 


615 


00 


615 


00 


550 


00 


615 


00 


625 


00 


620 


00 


550 


00 


1,330 


00 


680 


00 


520 


00 


730 


00 


627 


00 


641 


00 


585 


00 


1.200 


00 


590 


00 


600 


00 


475 


00 


515 


00 


645 


00 


1,3Q0 


00 


524 


00 


530 


00 


590 


00 


555 


00 


510 


00 


1,830 


00 


480 


00 


564 


00 


625 


00 


860 


50 


530 


00 


530 


00 


575 


00 


550 


00 


575 


00 


575 


00 


552 


00 


560 


00 


2,209 


00 


520 


00 


516 


50 


470 


00 


550 


00 


408 


00 


835 


00 


510 


25 


1,505 


00 


2,690 


00 


989 


00 


550 


00 


321 


00 


660 


00 


530 


00 


1,118 


00 


605 


00 


650 


00 



1 Martland 585 GO 

2 « 625 00 

3 " 439 50 

2 Mason 545 CO 

1 Merritt 4,986 50 

2 Neelon 2,665 00 

1 Noble 1,569 00 

2 Ravside 465 00 

3 " 530 00 



Temlskamlng — Trustees 
Public School 

1 Armstrong 

U2 " 

Ul Barber 

1 Beatty 

2 « 

U2 Beauchamp 

Ul Benoit and Maisonville 

U2 " Cook 

Ul Blount and Glackmeyer. . . . 
Ul Bond, Stock, Taylor and 

Currie 

U2 Boston 

U2 Brethour 

Ul Bower and Fox 

2 Bower 

Ul Brvce 

2 Bucke 



Cane 

Carr 

Casey 

2A " 

2B " . 

1 Catherine 

1 Chamberlain 

U2 " 

3 " 

Charlton, Village of 

" Consolidated 

1 Clergue 

U2 Clergue and Walker 

U3 Clergue, Calvert and Dund. 

1 Clute 

U2 Clule and Calder 

U4 Clute and Fournier 

3 A and 3B Coleman 

Ul Currie, Bowman, Carr and 

Taylor 

2 Dack 

3 " 



U2 Dymond. 
3 « 



Englehart, Village of. 
1 Evanturel 



1 Firstbrook 

2 " 

U3 Fournier and Lamarche. 
1 German and Matheson. . , 

Haileybury 

1 Harley 



570 00 
565 00 
570 00 
529 17 
150 00 
371 00 
590 00 
680 00 
516 00 

615 00 
510 00 
590 00 
570 00 
430 00 
364 00 
342 00 

1,416 00 
470 00 
510 00 
630 00 
590 00 
551 00 
129 00 
633 00 
635 00 
640 00 
621 00 
213 00 
243 00 
604 00 
670 00 
451 20 
316 .SO 
547 55 
385 00 

2,718 00 

408 75 
127 00 
680 00 
424 00 
550 00 
615 00 
510 00 
549 00 

2,130 00 
630 00 
60 50 
267 50 
465 00 
275 00 
375 00 
529 65 

3,294 00 
580 00 



D 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
Rural Public and Separate Schools— Continued 



Temlskamlnft— Trustees 
Public School — Continued 

4 Harley 571 50 

5 « 600 00 

Ul Harris : • • • - 590 00 

2 « 625 00 

Ul Haultairi 745 00 

Hearst 475 00 

Henwood 645 00 

Hilliard 615 00 

300 00 
600 00 

Hislop.. 640 00 

« ... 610 00 

« ■/.■.;;;■.■. 357 75 

Hudson Consoiidated 1,260-00 

1 Ingram 715 00 

2 " 564 00 

Iroquois Falls, Town of 3,060 00 

1 James 1,510 00 

Kendry 620 00 

1,224 00 

Kearns. 436 00 

458 00 
600 00 
730 00 

U2 Lamarche and Brower 459 32 

Latchford, Town of 1,335 00 

1 Lorraine 540 00 

1 S. Lorraine, Montreal River. . 625 00 

3 Marquis 627 00 

1 Marter 625 00 

Matheson, Town of 1,207 00 

U2 Matheson and Evelyn 455 00 

1 Mountjov 492 00 

1 Newmarket 516 37 

1 Nichol 475 00 

1 O'Brien 1,285 00 

Ul Otto 450 00 

1 Playfair 617 00 

3 Robillard 590 00 

Savard Consolidated 1,373 00 

2 Savard 525 00 

2 Stock 598 00 

1 Taylor 455 00 



Ul 

1 

1 

2 
3 
1 
2 
3 



Ul 

U2 



Teck 1,360 00 

« 2,964 00 



lA Tisdale 3,840 00 

IB " 1,740 00 

2A " 3,070 00 

2B " 2,198 00 

Thornloe, Viliage of 520 00 

U2 Tudhope 535 00 

1 Whitney 530 00 

Temiskamlng — ^Trustees 
R. C. S. S. 

1 Brethour 570 00 

Calder 550 00 

Calvert 550 00 

« 1,545 00 

Casey 

Clute 

Fauquier 787 00 

« 283 00 

« "..'.'..'. 470 00 

Firstbrook 470 00 

Fox 455 00 



445 00 
5 00 



3 Glackmeyer 890 00 

4 « 318 00 

5 « 640 00 

7 " 530 00 

Iroquois Falls, Town of 2,500 00 

1 Kendry 545 00 

Kearnev, Village of 695 00 

1 Playfair 1,208 00 

10 O'Brien 974 00 

2 Harris 490 00 

1 Machin 555 00 

1 Shackleton 485 00 

9 « 310 00 

2 Stock 413 50 

1 Taylor 186 00 

Charlottetown, Village of . , . . 152 00 

Mattawa, Town of 2,165 00 



Thunder Bay — ^Trustees 
PubUc School 



1 Blake 

2 " 

1 Cameron Falls. 

1 Conmee 

2 " 



1 Crooks 

1 Dawson Road. 



Dorion Consolidated. 
Gillies 



Gorham and Ware, 1st School. 
" " 2nd " 

Gorham 

" and McGregor 

1 Jack Fish 

1 Jellicoe 

Kashbowie • • 

1 Long Lake 

Lybster, 1st School 

« 2nd " 

1 Lyons 

Mclntvre and Gorham 

« ■ 1st School 

" 2nd " 

" 1st " 

« 2nd " 



Marks 

Neebing, 1st School. 

« 2nd " 

Nipigon- Consolidated . 



1 O'Connor 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

1 Oliver 

2 "1st School. 

2 " 2nd " 

3 " 

4 " 



1 Paipoonge 



353 99 
510 00 
765 00 
451 25 
555 00 
325 00 
475 00 
615 00 
615 00 
595 00 
1,305 00 
323 00 
515 00 
397 00 
662 00 
465 25 
615 00 
505 75 
570 00 
545 00 
499 50 
354 00 
582 00 
641 00 
375 00 
334 25 
465 00 
540 00 
435 00 
382 50 
265 00 
450 00 
411 00 
513 00 
490 00 
1,584 00 
590 00 
366 99 
585 00 
605 00 

406 50 
540 00 
540 00 
540 00 

407 75 
495 00 
314 75 
495 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D23 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Rural Public and Separate Schools— Continued 



Thnnder Bay — Trustees 
Public School — Continued 



Paipoonge, 1st School 460 00 



2nd 



260 00 
746 81 
530 00 
327 00 
465 50 
990 00 



Pardee 

Pearson 

« and Fraieigh 595 00 

Port Caldwell 625 00 

Raith 536 75 

1 Rossport 570 00 

Savanne 520 00 

1 Schreiber 3,832 00 

Scoble 105 00 

lA Stirling 660 00 

IB " 388 00 

1 Strange 172 50 



1 Ware 

2 " 

3 " 

1 Ware and Forbes . 
1 Wicksteed 



Thunder Bay — Trustees 
R. C. S. S. 



Grant 

Keewatin, Village of . . . . 

Little Current 

Mclntyre 

Rainy River, Village of. 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, stationery, 69.44; 

printing, 98.20; paper, 9.13.. . 

Postmaster, stamps 



250 


00 


407 


50 


348 


00 


354 


00 


,310 


00 


750 


00 


575 


GO 


645 


GO 


475 


GO 


490 


GG 


176 


77 


61 


88 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools ($102,279.07) 



Treasurer, County of: Public 

Bruce 829 50 

Carleton 102 37 

Frontenac 4,487 00 

Grey 75 00 

Haliburton 4,156 00 

Hastings 6,450 00 

Lennox and Addington 1,345 00 

Leeds 

Northumberland and 

Durham 

Ontario 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell. 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundasand 

Glengarry 

Victoria 1,350 00 

"nvstees — School Board 
Algoma 

1 Casgrain 

Chapleau, Town of. 10,000 00 



Separate 

425 00 



350 00 



250 00 



300 00 150 00 

220 00 

3,770 00 

1,200 00 

7,806 00 1,275 00 

100 00 

275 00 



2 Fenwick. 
2 Gaudette. 

1 Kendall.. 

2 " .. 

3 « .. 
2 



100 00 
140 00 



125 00 



150 GG 
100 GG 
150 GO 



Laird and Tarbutt . 
Massey, Town of.. , 

McDonald 

Vankoughnet 



Kenora 

2 Aubrey 

2 Jaffray and Melick . 

1 Mutrie 

5 Assiginack 

2 Campbell 

1 Carlyle 



7 Carnarvon . 
2 

7 



Dawson 

Howland 

Little Current, 
Town of 



50 


00 


300 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


GO 


600 


GO 


400 


GG 


300 


GG 


50 


00 


200 


GO 


50 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 



Public 



1 Lefroy and 

mer Add'l. ., 

1 Robinson . . . 

2 



Plum- 



Muskoka 

1 Baxter. 

2 " . 
1 Brunei. 
9 « 

3 " . 

4 " 

5 " 



3 ChafTey. 

5 

7 " . 



50 00 



2 Draper 

4 " 

6 " 

9 « I 

Gravenhurst, Town 
of 

3 Macaulay 

5 " 

6 " 

7 " 

2 Medora 

12 " 

4 " 

6 " 

7 " 

9 " 

11 " 

2 Monck 

4 " 

6 " 

7 " 

1 Morrison 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 



300 


GO 


125 


GO 


100 


00 


200 


GO 


445 


00 


85 


GO 


40 


00 


100 


00 


150 


GG 


715 


GO 


250 


00 


50 


00 


500 


GO 


50 


00 


50 


GO 


50 


GG 


40 


GO 


50 


GO 


60 


00 


40 


GO 


5,000 


GO 


50 


GO 


40 


GO 


40 


GO 


40 


GO 


40 


GG 


60 


GO 


100 


00 


140 


00 


60 


GO 


60 


GO 


50 


GO 


100 


GG 


60 


GO 


70 


00 


100 


00 


55 


GG 


55 


GG 


55 


GO 


55 


GO 



Separate 



200 GO 



D24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Muskoka — Con tlnued 



Morrison. 
Muskoka 



5 
2 
6 « 

1 Oakley . . . . 
9 « 

4 « . . . . 

2 Pearson .... 

1 Ryde 

5 « 

2 Stephenson. 
3 

5 

9 

10 

1 Watt 

2 " 

5 " 

6 " 

3 
6 
7 
3 
4 



Stisted. 



Wood 



Nlpissing 

2B Bonfield 

2A " 

" , Town of. 

1 Cameron 

2 " 

3 " 

1 Chisholm 

2 " 

3 " 



1 Deacon and Brent. . 

2 Field 

2 Ferris 

3 " 

lA and IB Hugel 

1 Hunter 

1 Grant 

3 Lyell 

1 Crerar and Gibbons. 

2 Mattawan 

2B Papineau 

1 Sabine 

1 Stewart 

1 Widdifield 

3 " 

5 " 

6 " 

7 " 

5 Armand 

7 " 

1 Badgerow 

Ul Burpee and Fer- 
guson 

1 Hardy 

4 Carling 



200 00 
200 00 
100 00 

100 00 
300 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 



6 Chapman 

2 Croft 

2 Conger 

1 Himsworth, South. . 

4 " 

Kearney, Town of. 



60 


00 


50 


00 


200 


00 


50 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


189 


00 


125 


00 


1,400 


00 



150 00 
150 00 



150 00 



Public 

55 00 


Separate 


1 Field 

2 " 


Public 


Separate 

200 00 


60 00 






200 00 


80 00 






1 Laurier 

3 " 


50 
100 
100 
200 


00 
00 
00 
00 




150 00 








100 00 






2 Lount • 




50 00 






1 Nipissing 




200 00 






2 " 


150 00 


75 00 






6 " 


750 00 
75 00 

75 00 

75 00 

400 00 

50 00 
50 00 

250 00 
50 00 
45 00 
50 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 

450 00 
70 00 

500 00 
250 00 




50 00 






1 Ferguson, 




175 00 






Ul Ferrie and Mc- 

Kenzie 

3 Hagerman 

2 Harrison 




120 00 








80 00 








100 00 








75 00 






U4 Humphrey and 

Conger 

1 Machar 

1 Monteith 

3 " 




120 00 








40 00 








60 00 








90 00 








200 00 






3 McKellar 

6 " 




50 00 








100 00 






2 McMurrich 

7 Perry 

6 Ryerson 




60 00 








40 00 








266' 00 
100 00 


120 
250 
250 


00 
00 
00 


South River 

2 Spence 

Rainy River 

U3 Devlin and Burriss 
1 Dewart and Sifton . 
6 Dilke 




100 00 






300 00 


200 00 






5 Lash 

2 McCrosson 

1 Morson 


600 
250 
250 


00 
00 
00 






300 
225 


00 
00 




200 00 


1 Morley 

2 Nelles 

1 Pratt 

1 Tovell 

Sudbury 

2 Baldwin 


50 00 


100 00 






75 

75 

100 

75 
75 


00 
00 
00 

00 
00 




150 00 








150 00 








266 66 


100 
150 


00 
00 


100 00 


100 00 






1 Bigwood 

1 Burwash 


50 00 




210 


00 


50 00 



Broder. 



1 Capreol and Hanmer 

2 Dill 

3 " ._ 

1 Cartier 

1 Delamere 

1 Foleyet 

6 Denison 

1 Dunnett 

Garson 

Hagar . . •. 



275 


00 


100 


00 


90 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 





500 00 



200 00 
300 00 



Hallam and 6 May. 



Louise and Lome . 



200 00 



5 
2 
3 
2 
3 
2 

3 " 

4 " 

2 Cosby 

2 Martland 

Massey, Town of. 

3 Merritt, Baldwin 

and Foster 

Noble at Gogana. . 
1 Norman 



300 00 




300 00 




100 00 




300 00 


50 00 


100 00 




400 00 


.•.«.* 


50 00 




400 00 




100 00 




50 00 






120 00 


100 00 


120 00 




150 00 


250 00 






100 06 


600 00 





1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D25 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools — Continued 



Sudbury — Continued 

1 Penhorvvood . .. 

1 Shakespeare. . . 

2 Sheddon 

2 Waters 



Thunder Bay 

2 Blake 

1 Bolkou 

1 Crooks 

1 Franz 

4 Franklin 

Fort William 
sion School . 

Grant 

1 Harley 

1 Mabella 

6 Michipicoten . 

3 Mclntyre. . . . 

1 Schreiber 

2 Wire 



Mis- 



Public 

100 00 

75 00 

250 00 

75 00 

372 00 
400 00 
376 17 
250 00 
133 50 

50 00 



250 00 
200 00 
350 00 

2,000 00 
324 00 
160 00 



Temlskamlng 

1 Brethour 

U No. 1, Brower and 

Fox 

2 Calvert 



200 00 
225 00 
467 55 



Calder 

Casey 

Cochrane, Town of . 

Cliite 

Cobilt, North, 
Town of 



Separate 



450 00 



50 00 



400 00 



200 00 
300 00 
400 00 
100 00 

350 58 



Cobalt, Town of . . . 
1 Eilber and Barker . 

6 Evanturel 

1 Fauquier 

9 « 



Public 

3,562 18 

500 00 



Separate 

1,204 70 
150 00 



1 Firstbrook. . . . 
3 Fournier and 

Marche 

1 Fox 

3 Glackmeyer . . . 

4 « 
5 

7 



La 



1 Hanlan 

2 Harris 

Haileybury.Town of 

3 Hyslop 

Iroquois Falls, Town 

of 

1 Kendry 

1 Machin 

3 Marquis 

1 Newmarket 

1 Playfair 

1 Shackleton 

1 Sharpe 

2 Stock 

2 Way and Lowther . . 



500 00 



100 00 

2,200 00 
300 00 

1,000 00 



250 CO 
200 00 
300 00 

500 '66 

266 66 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, print- 
ing 



100 00 
200 00 
300 00 
180 00 



200 00 
200 00 
150 00 
200 00 
200 00 

360 '60 



300 00 
200 00 



300 00 

i66' 66 

23 52 



Special Grants to District Schools for the Rebuilding of School Buildings Destroyed 
by Fire; To Purchase School Equipment, To Pay for Building Material, Work- 
men's Wages, Teacher's Salaries, Travelling Expenses and Contingencies 

($138,298.56) 



Adams Furniture Co., desks, chairs, 

etc 1,024 44 

Brisc3. J. C, window shades, roof- 
ing, etc 65 79 

Buyers Door and Mfg. Co., doors 

and frame? 58 00 

Can. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., in- 
sulator 182 00 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. . . 63 81 
Can. Office and School Furniture 

Co., school desks, etc 1,354 55 

Canuc S'lpply Co., nails 44 97 

Cooper, W. G., bookcases and cup- 
boards 139 75 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., manuals. . 6 70 

Dom. Express Co., charges 6 51 

Drummnnd & Reeves, Ltd., paint. 136 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., text books. . 24 18 

Gibson, F. R., plurribing 30 40 

Greening, B., Wire Co., trussed 

lath 306 00 

Haileybury Lumber Co., lumber. . 1,900 3i8 

Hailcvburv Wood Yards, wood, etc. 49 75 
Hamilton Bridge Works, structural 

steel 755 00 

Hendrv, G. M., & Co., Ltd., clocks, 

water tanks and school supplies . 1 ,023 28 



Hill, Clark, Francis, Ltd., re build- 
ing Public School, Haileybury. . 34 

Hopper, J., cartage 

Isherwood, J., rebuilding School 
No. 2, Casey . ._ 29, 

Joanisse, P. H., rebuilding school, 
Haileybury 13 

Kaustine Co., Ltd., lavatory sup- 
plies 

Love, C, services as clerk of works 
at $7.00 per diem 

Maloney Electric Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Matton, J., & Son, painting schools 

McGillivray, R., blacksmithlng. . . 

McKay .School Equipment, Ltd., 
maps, globes, etc 

Miller, W. H., lumber 

Moyer, E. N., & Co., Ltd., maps, 
clocks, etc 

Noice's Drug Store, drugs 

Norfolk & Rochester Hardware and 
Lumber Co., pipes, dampers, 
nails, etc 

Northern Canada Supply Co., wire 
and cement 2 



,281 


10 


6 


00 


,152 


00 


,292 


91 


900 00 


496 


14 


U3 


92 


903 


85 


12 


50 


105 


02 


25 


20 


294 


25 


2 


50 


68 


55 


,281 


97 



D26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Special Grants to District Schools — Continued 



Ontario Brick and Tile Plant, brick 
and tile 5 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
beds 

Oxford University Press, books. . . 

Pedlar People, Ltd., sheet metal. . 

Poppleton, Geo., machinery repairs 

Reiily-Allard Hardware Co., wire, 
roofing, etc 

Ryerson Press, books 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., mat- 
tresses and pillows 

Smith, J. B., & Sons, lumber 2, 

Steeles, A., building lavatories... . 



406 03 



60 


00 


27 


93 


28 


95 


13 


05 


102 


88 


49 


07 


59 


00 


125 


57 


92 


30 



Steele, W. A., lumber 

Summers, G. F., making contour 

surveys 

Thomas, M. F., preparing plans 

and specifications re heating 

schools 

Thorp & Branchand, chairs and 

window shades 

T. & N. O. Ry. Co., freight charges 
Van Rassel Bros., rebuilding school 

at Charlton 38, 

Yokes, J., & Son, Ltd., cut stone . . 
Wood & Ryder, electric wiring. . . . 
Woods, R. R., heaters, stoves, etc. 



17 49 
85 GO 

701 92 



62 


75 


560 


60 


622 


61 


462 


56 


259 


75 


433 


68 



Cameron Falls School ($1,000.00) 
Special Grant 1.000 00 



Ragged Rapids and Swift Rapids Schools ($500.00) 



Special Grant. 



500 00 



Consolidated School Board, Tarentorus ($114.97) 



Special Grant. 



114 97 



Grants to Rural and Urban Schools Affected by Unassessed Ground Property to be 
Paid as Directed by Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($1,549.28) 

Treasurer, Public School Board 

5 Ancaster and Barton 101 63 

Camp Borden 250 00 

Clinton and Louth 250 00 

Elizabethtown 100 00 



Guelph 75 00 

North Marysburg 22 65 

Penetanguishene 500 00 

Westminster 250 00 



Public, Separate and Continuation Schools' Cadet Corps, Grants and Contingencies 

($21,805.83) 



Treasurer, Public School Board 



5 Ancaster 

Arthur 

Aylmer 

Barrie : — 

King Edward . . .. 

Prince of Wales. . 

Victoria 

Belleville:— 

Queen Alexandra , 

Queen Mary 

Queen Victoria. . . 

Blenheim 

Bowmanville 

Brampton 

Brockville 

Campbellford 

Chatham: — 

Central 

McKeough 

Queen Mar>' 

Coniston 

Dundas 

Dresden 

Etobicoke 

Fenelon Falls 



100 


00 


50 


00 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 



Fort Frances 50 00 

Guelph: — 

Central 

Mctory 

Tytler 

Hamilton : — 

Allenby 

Adelaide Hoodless 

Ancaster and Ber^a 

Bennetto 

Cannon Street 

Caroline Street 

Central 

Earl Kitchener 

Gibson 

Hess 

King Edward 100 00 

King George 100 00 

Memorial 100 00 

Prince of Wales 50 00 

Queen Mary 100 00 

Queen Victoria 100 00 

Robert Land 100 00 

Rverson 100 00 

Stinson Street 100 00 

Strathcona 100 00 



50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



ID 27 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Public, Separate and Continuation Schools' Cadet Corps, Grants 
and Contingencies — Continued 



Treasurer, Public School Board — Continued 

Hamilton, — Continued 

Victoria Avenue 

Wentworth Street 

Iroquois Falls 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kingston : — 

Louise 

Frontenac 

Central 

MacDonald 

Victoria 

Robert Meek 

Sydenham 

Kitchener: — 

King Edward 

Victoria 

Lakefield 

Lambton 

London: — 

Alexandria 

Boyle Memorial 

Chesley Avenue 

Ealing 

Empress Avenue 

Lord Roberts 

Lome Avenue 

Rectory Street 

Riverview 

Ryerson 

St. Georges , 

Talbot Street 

Wirtley Road , 

Millbrook 

Mimico 

Niagara Falls: — 

Barker Street 

Kitchener . 

Maple 

Orangeville 

Ottawa:— 

Cambridge Street 

Cartier 

Connaught 

Creighton 

Elgin 

First Avenue 

Glashan 

Osgoode 

Percy 

Paris 

Parry Sound 

Peterborough : — 

Central 

King Edward 

Prince of Wales 

Queen Mary 

Port Arthur: — 

Cornwall 

Central 

Pine Street 

Prospect Avenue 

St. James 

Port Hope 

Stratford:— 

Avon 100 00 



100 


1 00 


100 


1 00 


50 


1 00 


100 


' 00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 



Brunswick 

Hamlet 

Juliet 

Romeo 

Shakespeare .... 
St. Catharines: — 

Alexandria 

Connaught 

Victoria , 

Central 

Memorial , 

Edith Cavell . . . , 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas: — 

Balaclava Street . 

Elmvale 

Manitoba 

Myrtle 

Scott 

Wellington 

Sudbury 

Todmorden 



Toronto: — 

Annette Street 

Alexander Muir .... 

Bedford Park 

Bolton Avenue 

Brock Avenue 

Brown 

Carlton 

Church Street 

Clinton 

Dewson 

Dovercourt Road . . . 

Deer Park 

Dufferin 

Duke of Connaught . 

Earl Grey 

Earlscourt 

Eglinton 

Essex 

Fern Avenue 

Frankland 

Givens 

Gledhill 

Grace 

Hillcrest 

Howard 

Hughes 

Huron 

Jesse Ketchum 

John Fisher 

Keele Street 

Kent 

Kew Beach 

Kimberley 

King Edward 

Lansdowne 

Leslie 

McCaul 

McMurrich 

Manning Avenue. . . . 

Morse Street 

Niagara 

Norway 

Ogden 



50 00 
100 00 

50 00 
100 00 
100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
ICO CO 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
50 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00' 



D 28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Public, Separate and Continuation Schools' Cadet Corps, Grants 
and Contingencies — Continued 



Treasurer, Public School Board — Continued 

Toronto — Continued 

Orde 100 00 

Park 100 00 

Palmerston 100 00 

Pape Avenue 100 00 

Parkdale 100 00 

Pauline 100 00 

Perth 100 00 

Queen Victoria 100 00 

Regal Road 100 00 

Rose Avenue 100 00 

Rosedale 50 00 

Runnymede 100 00 

Ryerson 100 00 

Shirley Street 100 00 

Strathcona 100 00 

Victoria Street 100 00 

Wellesley .. 100 00 

Western Avenue 100 00 

Wilkinson 100 00 

Williamson Road 100 00 

Winchester 100 00 

Withrow 100 00 

Teeswater 50 00 

Walkerville 50 00 

Walkerton 100 00 

Waubaushene 100 00 

Windsor: — 

Assumption 100 00 

Cameron 100 00 

Dougall 100 00 

Park Street 50 00 

Prince Edward 50 00 

Tuscarora 100 00 

Wvandotte Street 100 00 

Woo'dbridge 100 00 

York:— 

7 York 100 00 

J. R.Wilcox 100 00 

Central 50 00 

Fairbank, Vaughan Road 100 00 

Fairbank Memorial 100 00 



Treasurer, R. C. S. S. 

Hamilton: — 
St. Anne's. . . .. 

St. Joseph 

St. Lawrence . . 
St. Mary's. . . , 
St. Patrick's . . 
De La Salle . . , 
Holy Family . . 
Holy Rosary . . 

London 



Toronto : — 

Corpus Christi 

De La Salle 

Holy Family 

Holy Name 

Holy Rosary 

Lourdes and St. Martin's . 

Sacred Heart 

St. Anne's 

St. Anthony's 

St. Basil's 

Bridget's 

Cecilia's 

Clare's 

Francis 

Helen's 

St. James' 

St. Joseph's 

St. Martin's 

St. Mary's 

St. Michael's 

Monica's 

Patrick's 

Paul's 

Peter's 

St. Rita's 

St. Vincent's 



St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 



St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 



100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


100 


00 


50 00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


50 


00 


100 


00 



Conringencies 

King's Printer, printing, 
stationery, 1.10 



4.73; 



5 83 



Kindergarten Schools, Grants and Contingencies ($14,375.28) 



Public School Board 
City of: 

Brantford 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

Kitchener 

London 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Peterborough 

St. Catharines 

St. Thomas 

Sault Ste Marie 

Stratford 

Toronto 2 

Welland 

Windsor 



502 56 
535 68 
385 44 
279 00 
108 36 
,725 74 
223 20 
356 84 
,413 54 
,247 40 
326 74 
362 70 
378 67 
134 16 
360 96 
193 73 
,502 60 
144 15 
376 68 



Trustees 

4 Ancaster & Barton 

U3 Barton 

3 Brantford 

Dawn 

Falls View Consolidated . 

Stamford 

Stamford 

Tisdale . . .' 



Public School Board 
Town of : 



Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bridgeburg . . . 

Cobourg 

Collingwood . . 

Goderich 

Hespeler 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois Falls. 



137 


40 


108 


00 


111 


60 


20 


64 


89 


28 


89 


28 


89 


28 


89 


28 


44 


72 


178 


56 


80 


80 


119 


04 


74 40 


59 


52 


74 


40 


74 


40 


66 


40 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D29 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Kindergarten Schools, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 



Public School Board 
Town of: 



Paris 

Pembroke . . 
Petrolia .... 

Picton 

Preston .... 
Renfrew . . . 
Sandwich. . 
Seaforth . . . 
Simcoe .... 
Thorold . . . . 
Tillsonburg, 



146 56 
201 44 
66 56 
62 40 
74 40 
27 52 
27 52 
34 40 
74 40 
27 52 
55 05 



Timmins . . . 
Walkerville, 
Waterloo . . . 
Wingham . . 



Public School Board 
Village of : 

Port Dover 

Fonthill 

Waterdown .... 



R. C. S. S. Board 

Toronto 



Night Schools, Grants and Contingencies ($5,986.24) 



Public School Board 

Toronto 5,053 25 

R. C. S. S. Board 

Toronto 59 67 



66 


40 


68 


80 


44 


80 


16 


50 


64 


50 


70 


08 


41 


28 



40 00 



Woodbridge 144 77 

28A York 682 02 

28C York 46 53 



Consolidated Schools, Grants, Organizations, Services, Travelling Expenses and 

Contingencies ($150,189.26) 



Services as Lecturer:' 

Bell, J. R.. at 10.00 per diem.... 20 00 
McLaren, P. T-, at 200.00 per 

month, 200.00; at 10.00 per 

diem, 120.00 320 00 

Pentland, Geo. E., at 10.00 per 

diem 30 00 

Segsworth, R., at 250.00 per 

month 2,500 00 

Travelling Expenses 

Bell, J. R 14 90 

McLaren, P. J 107 50 

Segsworth, R 1,627 10 

Grants 

Barwick 920 00 

Burriss 12,677 35 

Charlton 272 63 

Dorion 5,202 09 

Falls View 3,208 00 

Foley 144 75 

Gooderham 5,399 70 

Grantham 12,473 00 

Grant 15,000 00 



Guilford 2,767 00 

Hudson 1,633 81 

Humber Heights 2,686 12 

MacDonald 1,345 50 

Mallorytown 1,302 88 

Mindemoya 1,560 60 

Morley 2,026 58 

Nipigon 16,505 40 

Nobel 1,570 30 

North Mountain 16,460 72 

Patullo 156 00 

Paudash 546 00 

Savard 13,813 95 

Tamworth 1,861 94 

Tweed 14,310 85 

Wellington 8,621 12 

Wilberforce 2,205 77 

Miscellaneous 

Extension Department, Training 

School, Vineland, books 1 00 

King's Printer, stationery, .25; 
printing, 483.89; paper, 105.42; 

binding, 32.14 621 70 

Postmaster, postage 275 00 



Agricultural and Horticultural Grants to School Boards, Teachers and Inspectors 
for Public and Separate Schools and Contingencies ($95,198,14) 

Inspectors 

Public Schools 13,232 00 

Separate " 923 00 



Ungraded Public Schools 

Teachers 39,905 41 

School Boards 8,890 04 

Graded Public Schools 

Teachers 18,588 54 

School Boards 5,627 96 

Ungraded Separate Schools 

Teachers 1,804 00 

School Boards 518 69. 

Graded Separate Schools 

Teachers 3,732 63 

School Boards 1,527 90 



Contingencies 

Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 

Dawson, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., 
magazines 

Farmer's Sun 

King's Printer, stationery, 280.- 

04; printing, 139.28 . 419 32 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spection, 5.00; rental, 7.00... 12 00 



65 

13 50 
2 50 



D 30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Industrial Arts, Manual Training and Household Science, Grants to Boards and 
Teachers, and Contingencies ($22,599.79) 



School Teacher's 
Public Schools Grant Grant 

Algoma 

1 St. Joseph 55 00 

" B. Cooper 80 00 

Brant 

4 Brantford 20 00 

" H. B.Jones 25 00 

6 " 30 00 

" E. M. Senn 50 00 

" G. MacKellar 25 00 

10 " 20 00 

" E. Harman 25 00 

16 " 6 80 

" T. King 25 00 

5 and 15 Burford and 

Brantford 

« M. Finleon 25 00 

11 and 6 Burford and 

Oakland 20 00 

" A. V. Kendrick 30 00 

13 Dumfries, S 39 80 

" E. Price 25 00 

4 Oakland 

" C. Machlan 25 00 

Bruce 

10 Amabel 16 00 

" J.Smith 25 00 

14 " 35 00 

" H. H. Stevens 50 00 

6 Arran 13 75 

" H. E. Thompson 25 00 

9 " 3 70 

" F. L. Bailey 23 00 

1 Brant 40 00 

" H. Long 25 00 

2 " 15 65 

" M. McKay 30 00 

3 " 6 34 

« I. M. McKay 30 00 

2 Carrick 20 00 

" J. M. Long 30 00 

6 " 8 50 

" E. A. Bilger 30 00 

7 " 16 35 

" L.Shaw 25 00 

9 Carrick 

" N. Doig 25 00 

10 " 8 00 

" K. N. Walsh 30 00 

5 Culross 4 45 

" L. Mofasey 25 00 

8 Elderslie 15 42 

« V. L. Sutcliffe 25 00 

7 Huron 5 10 

" Z. Finlay 25 00 

12 " 5 03 

« S. Gee 25 00 

6 Kinloss 

" D. I. MacLeod 25 00 

" Tiverton, P. S... 4 80 

« M. B. Alexander 30 00 

1 Saugeen 48 50 

" E. R. Greenwood 50 00 



Carleton 

3 Marlborough 30 00 

" G. E. Humphries 50 00 

8 Ramsav 12 65 

" M. E. McKim 50 GO 

Dundas 

1 Mountain 20 00 

« V. P. Ellis 25 GO 

2 " 5 50 

" M.kenneyV.'.;!! "25 "66 

N. Mountain Consoli- 
dated 225 00 

« M. J. Pack 150 00 

Winchester P. S 120 00 

« G. A. MacCor- 

mack 180 00 

10 " 

" F. Allen , 15 00 

Dufferln 

2 Amaranth 28 75 

" J. Mclntyre 17 00 

" V. A. Johnson ... " 25 " 66 

17 " 6 52 

« N. Whattor 25 00 

21 " 14 85 

" G. Baxendale 25 GO 

16 Garafraxa 2 25 

" A. Towriss 25 GO 

7 Melancthon 14 50 

" M. E. McLoughry 25 00 

12 Mono and Amaranth. . 8 75 

" A. M. Speers 25 00 

19 Mono 9 80 

« E. M. Curtis 25 00 

19 and 16 Mulmur and 

Mono. 5 25 

" V. P. Brown 25 00 

6 and 17 Mulmur and 

Nottawasaga 13 80 

" F. A. Murray 25 00 

8 Mulmur 

" V. Lloyd 25 00 

10 " 25 14 

" E. A. Simmons 25 00 

Durham 

8 Brighton 1 50 

" M. C. Stetler 25 00 

9 Cartwright 5 09 

« T. Richardson 25 GO 

10 Cavan 3 00 

" M. W. Gardiner 25 00 

9 " 5 50 

" H. Waterman 22 00 

17 Clarke 10 50 

" E. Ruthven 25 00 

17 Darlington 27 51 

" D. D. Barton 25 00 

1 Haldimand 5 95 

" A. M. Carruthers 14 00 

7 Hamilton 

" T. McKim 25 GO 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D31 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc. — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Dnrham — Continued Grant Grant 

17 Hamilton 8 93 

" B. Dawn 25 00 

1 Hope 3 20 

« L. L. McHalm 25 00 

8 " 5 75 

" A. R. Mason '.'.'.'. ' 25 ' 66 

4 Monoghan, S 

" E. M. Emberson 25 00 

20 Manvers 1 30 

« J. C. H. Greig 25 00 

Elgin 

11 Bavham 16 58 

« L. Godby 25 00 

16 " 20 00 

" E. V. Amoss 25 00 

17 " 40 00 

" V. C. Stewart 25 00 

1 Dunwich 8 00 

" M. McKillop 25 00 

6 Malahide 12 85 

« L. Grass 25 00 

8 " 20 00 

" H. M. Bennett 25 00 

10 and 14 Malahide and 

Yarmouth 32 00 

" E. E. Dunlop 30 00 

9 Yarmouth 40 00 

" N. Cameron 25 00 

18 Yarmouth, E 10 25 

« C. Wise 25 00 

18 " N 16 35 

" E. T. Pretty 25 00 

23 " 2 00 

" T. B. Lewis 25 00 

27 " 40 00 

" B. T. Monck 25 00 

Glengarry 

5 Charlottenburg 40 00 

" F. B. Macdonald 25 00 

2 Kenyon 

" C. MacLeod 25 00 

20 " 

" R. R. MacLeod 25 00 

12 Lancaster 10 00 

" L. Bathurst 25 00 

Grey 

1 Derby 35 00 

" R. J. MacCorkin- 

dale 25 00 

3 " 20 00 

« A. S. Miller 25 00 

1 Keppel 10 50 

" F. Hindle 25 00 

8 Proton 5 00 

« H. T. Acheson 25 00 

7 Sullivan and Elderslie 

" J. Floyd 40 00 

Haldlmand 

11 Cayuga N 2 00 

" E. W.Walker 15 00 

2 Dunn 



School Teacher'* 

Grant Grant 

2 Dunn, M. Stuebing 25 00 

3 " 16 67 

" E. M. Breedon 25 00 

1 Moulton and Canboro 

" L. L. Greene 65 00 

16 Walpole 40 00 

" M. H. Lamb 30 00 

Halton 

4 Esquesing 8 25 

" N. E. Peacock 25 00 

Hastings 

17 Hungerford 21 00 

" G. A. Meiklejohn 15 00 

« M. Meiklejohn 40 00 

Madoc, P. S 45 76 

" J. B. Hough 40 00 

" G. Burnside 20 00 

3 « 26 13 . . . 

" kV Stewart'.'.!!'.! 'SOOO 

7 " 20 00 

" T. V. Jarvis 25 00 

10 Sidney 

" T. Bradley 40 00 

19 " B. H. Rosebush 25 00 

4 Thurlow 10 45 

" E. T. Hogg 25 00 

6 " 40 00 

" H. Farnham 60 00 

N. Trenton, P. S 28 87 

" M. T. Payne 50 00 

23 Thurlow 4 50 

" C. Balcanquel 25 00 

Tweed, P. S 240 00 

" S. H. Connor 120 00 

" E. House 100 00 

" F. Garrett 320 00 

11 Tyendinaga 5 20 

" A. M. Hammond 25 00 

15 " 1 73 

" N. Kennedy 25 00 

14 " 40 00 

" M. B. McLaren 25 00 

Huron 

15 Howick 40 00 

" M. Mcintosh 15 00 

18 " 7 00 

" N. Sanderson 21 00 

Kent 

5 Dover 19 00 

" E. Wright 75 00 

16 Howard 40 00 

" M. McBrayne 30 00 

Lamb ton 

6 Enniskillen 17 50 

" M. Osborne 25 00 

7 " 40 00 

" V. Thompson 25 00 

1 Moore 20 00 

" F. M. McRae 25 00 

17 and 22 Moore and Som- 

bra 20 00 

" M. H. E. Brown 25 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc. — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Lanark Grant Grant 

4 Bathurst 40 

" G. Ornirod 25 00 

7 Burges and Bathurst. 2 25 

« M. V. Miller 10 50 

3 Dalhousie 3 00 

" M. M. Grey 25 00 

6 " 4 00 

" M. B. Cameron 25 00 

9 « 

" C. M. Daron 25 00 

12 Drummond 11 00 

" M. B. Houston 60 00 

17 " 40 

" B. B. Bowland 15 00 

2 Elmslev, N 20 00 

" M. P. Gough 25 00 

5 " 4 03 

" C. Johnston 15 00 

Leeds 

7 Bastard 19 96 

" E. Edwards 25 00 

8 " 20 00 

" M. E. Preston 25 00 

3 Crosby, N 16 25 

" M. Wrathall 25 00 

4 « S 20 00 

" M. A. Curran 25 00 

15 " s 

« M.'MulVihili.'!'. ! '.'.'.'.'.'. '25 00 

2 EHzabethtown 20 00 

" M. Moulson 15 00 

22 " 16 57 

" G. Jelley 50 00 

1 Leeds and Lansdowne . 40 00 

" L. Thompson 23 00 

13 Leeds, Lansdowne and 

Cro?bv S 20 DO 

" N. Cockrill 25 00 

15 and 13 Leeds, Rear and 

Lansdowne 10 92 

" L. E. Landon 25 00 

" E. M. Hollings- 

worth 25 00 

10 Leeds and Lansdowne 

Front 40 00 

" O. K. Haig 30 00 

17 Leeds 

" E. M. Nuttall 25 00 

Mallorytown 90 00 

« M. M. Marshall ISO 00 

Lincoln 

1 and 2 Clinton and Louth 40 00 

" P. Gulp 25 00 

" J. C. Fretz 15 00 

" S. Henry 6 00 

2 Clinton 33 16 

" A. Lymburner 75 00 

3 and 2 Clinton and Louth 60 00 

" L. Glaus 100 00 

2 Grantham 100 00 

" R. Duffin 50 00 

" H. Gerrie 25 00 

" T. Buttrum 50 00 



School Teacher's 

Grant Grant 

2 and 8 Grantham and 

Louth 76 95 

« D. Smith 25 00 

" V. M. Patterson 25 00 

« A. E. Johns 25 00 

7 Grantham 80 00 

" A. E. Apps 25 00 

« E. E. Wilkerson 25 00 

3 Louth 

" B. McConnell 10 00 

1 " 40 00 

" G. Duffin 25 00 

Manltoulin 

1 Barrie Island 16 32 

" J. C. Brett 25 00 

1 Carnarvon 40 00 

" M. Sims 30 00 

1 Howland 20 00 

" J. E.Foster., 30 00 

Middlesex 

10 Adelaide 

" E. H. Byc-aft 21 00 

12 and 4 BIddulph and 

MacGilHvray 34 91 

" L. Clarke 45 00 

15 Caradoc 1 81 

" M. Coulthard 9 00 

" S. Brodie 6 00 

1 Delaware 30 00 

" L. B. Rawlings 40 00 

5 " 30 00 

" A. Ronald 40 00 

6 « 27 35 

" G. ' l'. Walker.' .'.'." ' 40 ' 66 

5 Dorchester N 40 00 

« E. E. Banks 25 00 

18 and 21 Dorchester N 

and Westminster. 15 00 

" T. M. Jeffrey 25 00 

7 Ekfrid 2 50 

" J. L McAlpine 25 00 

Lambeth Continuation 38 26 

" M. E. La Piere 50 00 

5 Lobo 3 00 

« J. Dale 25 00 

8 London 10 00 

" E. R. Brazier 17 50 

17 « 46 00 

" J. H. Doane 40 00 

21 " 8 00 

" H. M. Barbour. . 40 00 

28 " 10 30 

" A. Leimon 40 00 

" K. Dickerson 40 00 

1 McGilHvrav 5 01 

" M. Nicholson 50 00 

15 « 8 27 

" E. Lewis 22 50 

8 Mosa 2 00 

" L. Collins 23 00 

1 Westminster 

" N. L. Baker 25 00 

3 « 14 18 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D33 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc. — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Middlesex — Continued Grant Grant 

Westninster.G.S.Odell 15 00 

5 « M. E. Coulton 20 00 

13 « 8 50 

" J. Paterson 25 00 

22 " 170 00 

" G. E. Mitchell 60 00 

" F. Cleveland 80 00 

" F. Tanton 25 00 

Muakoka 

2 Medora 19 00 

" L. E. Rorke 21 00 

Northumberland 

3 Cartwright 7 15 

« M. B. Murchison ..^... 25 00 

7 Cavan 7 13. . . . 

" E. M. Paisley 25 00 

8 Clarke 10 00 

« K. E. Kay 25 00 

22 Clarke and Darlington 23 50 

« M. Archer 23 00 

9 Haldimand 

" N. B. Wilson 25 00 

12 Hamilton 15 00 

" A. Sweetnam 25 00 

5 Hope 3 60 

« B. Hallowell.. 25 00 

3 and 29 Percy and Brigh- 

ton 12 90 

" L. E. Nelson 25 00 

12 Percy and Seymour. . . 4 52 

" M. Hinton 25 00 

4 Seymour 2 45 

" O. A. Doxee 17 50 

5 « 20 00 

" L. G. Locke 50 00 

Norfolk 

9 Woodhouse 16 80 

" M. W. Davidson 25 00 

Ontario 

4 Brock 8 00 

" M. E. Farrelly 25 00 

9 « 35 00 

•* M. E. Fowler 21 00 

12 " 30 61 

" G. P. Grey 25 00 

14 " 17 56 

" E. R. Smith.. 25 00 

Cannington P.S 60 00 

" J. Gillespie 80 00 

1 Mara 20 00 

" A. Speedir 25 00 

8 « 17 00 

" M. Heitzner 25 00 

1 1 Pickering .• 40 00 

" T. E. Pugh 25 00 

9 Reach 30 00 

" G. V. Stovin 50 00 

7 Scott 13 10 

" V. Sargent 25 00 

2 Scugog 7 50 

" H. Stainton 17 50 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 

3 Scugog 40 00 

" F.Oswald 30"00 

6 Thorah 16 00 

" A. M. Bell 25 00 

Oxford 

6 Dereham 28 10 

" R. D. Bozer 21 00 

" E.J. Coverhill 21 00 

" A. W. Pow 21 00 

7 Oxford West 40 00 

" E. Lupton 25 00 

2 Zorra, E 15 00 

" M. Snetsinger 33 00 

3 " East 7 00 

" E. McKinnon 25 00 

Parry Sound 

4 Himsworth N. and C. . 22 51 

" R. W. Warnica 15 00 

" M. L. Dunell 15 00 

6 McDougall 40 00 

" E. Fritsche 25 00 

5 McKellar 15 35 

" Mrs. Thos. Fisher 40 00 

Nobel Consolidated. . . 22 50 

" G. Ketchison 21 00 

Peel 

13 Chinguacousy 

" M.J. McCallum 25 00 

15 " 40 00 

" F. E. Payne 22 00 

28 " 5 00 

" P. M. Segsworth ". ' 25 66 

14 " 35 00 

" C. I. Laidlaw 50 00 

15 Toronto "... 120 00 

« J. G. Smith 80 00 

Perth 

6 Downie 20 00 

" C. E.Sims 25 00 

1 Elma 8 00 

" Mrs. E.Smith 25 00 

8 00 

M. Porterfield 25 00 

3 50 

B. Petrie 25 00 

20 00 

E. S. Danbrook 25 00 



2 
5 
6 

7 " 

" M. Harrison 25 00 

9 Elma and Mornington 2 00 

" M. Robb 25 00 

6 East Hope, N 2 55 

" E. H. Crear 25 00 

8 " 2 00 

" C. Seltzer 25 00 

Listowel Bd. of Educ. . 30 00 

" E. F. Hawkins 40 00 

2 Logan 

" R. Myers 25 00 

2 Mornington. . ; 15 00 

" J. Jock 25 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc. — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Perth — Continued Grant Grant 

5 Mornington 20 00 

« M. E. Roe 25 00 

6 " 14 96 

" C. M. Tanner 25 00 

8 " 5 00 

" D. E. Turner 25 00 

1 Walla- e 

" G. G. Cowan 25 00 

11 Wallace and Minto 4 00 

" E. E. Ross 21 00 

Peterborough 

6 Asphodel 32 65 

" M. A. Barry 25 00 

8 " Belmont 14 00 

" G. M. Newton 25 00 

5 Douro 7 40 

" M. E. Armstrong 25 00 

9 Douro and Otonabee. . 18 93 

" A. M. O'Connor 25 00 

11 " 50 

" L. G. Johnson 25 00 

1 Dummer 4 45 

" S. J. Bagley 25 00 

IN. Monaghan and 

Cavan 7 52 

" C. B. Dobbin 25 00 

2 N. Monaghan 120 00 

« V. Watt 25 00 

" V. Knox 25 00 

" M.Gardiner 25 00 

" Mrs. A. Stilson 25 00 

" H. P. Jackson 25 00 

« E. Garbatt 25 00 

3 Otonabee 20 00 

" 'M. Bolin 21 00 

4 « 25 50 

" M." McNevin . ... ' 25 '66 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 



" B.G.Breckinridge 25 00 

8 " 6 21 

" D. E. Weber 25 00 

2 " 9 75 

" I. E. Barry 25 00 

Prince Edward 

6 Ameliasburgh 17 00 

" O E. Redmond 25 00 

18 " 

" A. M. Zufelt 25 00 

3 Hallowell 

« V. M. Welsh 25 00 

11 " 3 89 

« B. G. Duetta 25 00 

16 and 14 Hallowell and 

Hillier 12 00 

" H. Alexander 25 00 

10 S. Marvsburg 8 28 

" M. Grimmon 25 00 

" H. A. T. Hudgin 2^ 00 

13 S. Marysburg 

" J. Stainton 25 00 

1 Sophiasburg 9 19 

" Mrs. R. C. Simp- 
son 25 00 



Rainy River 

Morley Consolidated 

School 20 00 

" G. Benson 30 00 

Renfrew 

1 Grattan 20 00 

" I. A. Kerwin 25 00 

3 Horton 20 00 

" F. Closs 25 00 

5 McNab 8 57 

" G. Carruthers 25 00 

13 « 12 42 

" M.' C. McMaster 25 "66 

Simcoe 

5 Essa 40 00 

" B. Greoves 21 00 

7 W. Gwillimbury 20 00 

" M. Giffin 25 00 

12 Innisfil 20 00 

" S. Mclntyre. 25 00 

Sudbury 

3 Dennison 12 85 

" H. L. Barton 40 00 

Temlskaming 

3 Chisholm 5 75 

" S. McDonald 25 00 

4 Dymond 30 79 

" L. Cooke 25 00 

1 Harley 40 00 

« G. Cooke 21 00 

1 Harris and Dymond.. 20 00 

" E. E. Hall 25 00 

Hudson Consolidated 

School 10 00 

" F. M. Tapps 25 00 

1 Te k and Otto 

" V M. Watson 30 00 

5 Widdifield 18 75 

" S. Pace 25 00 

Thunder Bay 

Dorion Consolidated . . 40 00 

" D. E. Smith 25 00 

2 Oliver 17 25 

" A. Laird 25 00 

Victoria 

12 Emily 40 00 

" N. Clancey 25 00 

5 Verulam 3 20 

" G. O'Neil 25 00 

Waterloo 

Ayr P. S. Board 60 00 

" A. T. McLachlan 80 00 

21 Dumfries, N 40 00 

" E. M. Pzohl 25 00 

Welland 

5 Bertie 20 00 

" H. E. Young 25 00 

6 " 6 85 

" N. M. Alexander 25 00 



1922-23 



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D35 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc. — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Welland — Continued Grant Grant 

FonthiU P. S 10 00 

« G. E. Leng 21 00 

1 Humberstone 19 50 

« E. Patton 40 00 

1 Pelham 10 00 

« F.Howell 11 50 

" V. E. Norris 25 00 

5 Pelham and Wainfleet . 19 80 

" S. Grenzeback 25 00 

1 Stamford 28 50 

" E. E. Watson 90 00 

4 « 27 62 

" E. M. Dewart 50 00 

5 « 20 00 

" I. J. Scott 15 00 

7 and 9 Stamford 80 00 

« M. I. Stewart 100 00 

" A. Tolton 25 00 

6 Thorold 12 60 

" M. E. Railton 25 00 

4 Willoughby 5 00 

" R. A. Gilmour 25 00 

Wellington 

2 Eramosa 14 11 

" E. J. Fear 25 00 

5 " 4 43 

« M. Rousom 25 00 

8 " 13 70 

« M. C. Masalls 25 00 

1 Erin 10 35 

« B. Peden 25 00 

8 « 14 65 

« M. McDonald 25 00 

9 Erin and Eramosa. ... 6 00 

« A. N. Lang 25 00 

12 Erin 17 06 

" E. G. Graham 25 00 

16 « 11 50 

" C. A. Shaw 25 00 

1 Garafraxa W 6 '-"4 

" H. I. Patton 17 50 

2 " 40 00 

" A. M. Turner 17 50 

7 " 5 25 

" J. E. Cardno 25 00 

8 " .• 12 00 

" M. M. Deguerre 25 00 

9 " 4 15 

" I. E. Gowland 25 00 

16 " 2 45 

" M. A. Towiss 25 00 

Guelph Consolidated. . 35 00 

" J. E. Cosgrove 20 00 

" E. Stapleton 30 00 

1 Guelph 20 00 

" C. Allen. . .• 25 00 

2 « 20 00 

" E. E. Everingham 25 00 

3 « 20 00 

" V. M. Asquith 25 00 

4 " 20 00 

** E. F. Daugherty 30 00 

4V2 " 

" E. McCutcheon 8 00 



School Teacher's 

Grant Grant 

5 Guelph 20 00 

« A. F. Pinkney 19 00 

MacDonald Consolidat- 
ed School 30 00 

" E. I. Stapleton 50 00 

2 Maryboro 39 77 

" E. Butchard 30 00 

13 " 4 97 

" K.J. Wilson 25 00 

7 Minto 1 00 

« V. I. Pike 25 00 

g u n IS 

« G. Rogers'.;;;;!'. '25 '66 

9 « 20 00 

" E. Spence 25 00 

14 « 25 50 

« B. MacDonald 50 00 

18 Minto 8 16 

" B. I. Keyes . 25 00 

1 Nichol 8 00 

« M. Stait 25 00 

1 25 

B. Nesbitt 25 00 



•" K.L.Kerr 25 00 

« 20 00 

« M. McLelland 30 00 

« 

" A. BuVnette 25 66 

« 26 00 

" j. Garland 25 00 

8 Nichol and Pilkington . 32 97 

" J. A. Garland 25 00 

1 Pilkington 3 50 

" M. E. Convoy 25 00 

« 14 50 

" M.Heigsel 25 00 



" A. Elkerton 25 00 

« 1 1 50 

" M. J. Misener 25 00 

« 4 00 

« i. McAulay 25 00 

1 Puslinch 

« R. Brook 15 00 

2 " 29 60 

« M. Reynolds 25 00 



Wentworth 

2 Ancaster 

« G. Hutty 10 00 

2 and 13 Ancaster 

« L. G. Robb 40 00 

4 Ancaster and Barton . . 70 00 

" M. Johnstone 55 00 

5 " 40 00 

« M. M. Key 50 00 

5 Ancaster 4 65 

" G.Thompson 15 00 

" Mary F. Vander- 
burgh 15 00 

7 Ancaster and Barton . . 6 90 

" M. Vanderburgh 50 00 

8 " 8 45 

" R. Fearman 35 00 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc.— Continued 



School Teacher's 
Wentworth — Continued Grant Grant 

9 An caster and Barton . . 10 00 

" B. E. Carter 40 00 

2 Barton 31 00 10 

" A. J. Rittenhouse 40 00 

" W. I. Losee 15 00 11 

3 " (Brantdale) 35 75 

" E. F. Dunlop 15 00 

" E. Hammett 80 00 

3 " (Lloyd George) . . 190 69 

" F C. McKenzie 40 00 

« M. E. Paton 80 00 

3 " (Onteora) ■ • • ■ ■ York 

« B. E. Burt 40 00 

« E A. Grouse 20 00 

« L. Rouse 20 00 

4 «< 11 00 

" G Featherstone 19 00 

5 « 14 80 

5 Barton and Ancaster. . 15 00 

« G. Hutty 55 00 

6 Barton 21 53 

" L Ross 50 00 

7 " (Gage Ave.) 70 50 

" I. Williams 20 00 

« E. M. Saule 40 00 

7 « (Peace Memorial) 37 24 

" L. M. Thromer 15 00 

" A. R. Neelands 40 00 

" B. E Davis 40 00 

" E. J. Turner 20 00 

Burlington Beacn Bun- 
galow, P. S. . . . 85 00 

« L. Laventure 120 00 

« E. M. Ross 15 00 

4 and 14 Beverley and 

Ancaster 34 45 

« S. J. Atkin 15 00 

" B. V. Cudmore 50 00 

11 Beverley 7 50 

« E. C. Stinson 25 00 

6 Binbroolc 19 20 

" K. F. French 25 00 

1 Flamborr E 51 17 

« E. H. Irwin 30 00 

« V. Thomas 25 00 

2 « 50 00 

" C. Owens 40 00 

" P. M. Simmons 15 00 

3 Flamboro W. and An- 

caster 31 10 

« D Whitston 60 00 

4 Flamboro W 19 08 

" L. G. Betzner 40 00 

5 « 11 00 

" H. A.Wills 30 00 

« R. S Murray 15 00 

7 " E. and W 40 00 

« J. A. Dalton 15 00 "* 

« E. Berrey 1 00 

3 Glanford 20 00 ^ 

" C. Wylie 25 00 

1 Saltfleet 40 92 

" E. Brown 15 00 Grey 

" L. Pickett 40 00 5 

3 « 44 88 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 

Saltfleet, L. R. Hyslop 15 00 

« E. I. Smith 40 00 

« 47 70 

" A. T. Yorston 85 00 

« 60 00 

" A. j. Jackson 15 00 

" B. I. Payne 21 00 

Waterdown P. S 80 00 

" R. A. Riddell 15 00 

" B. Haddock 42 00 



8 Etobicoke 90 00 

« B. I.Fife 150 00 

10 " 1 45 

" A. Laurie 15 00 

1 Gwillimbury N 5 00 

" O. G. Terry 60 00 

7 Gwillimbury 12 61 •••••• 

" M. I. Moore 25 00 

13 King 15 67 ...... 

"V.J. Elliott 25 00 

3 Markham ■ • • • 

" H. Hyslop 7 50 

2 Scarboro 20 00 ....•• 

« N. A. Gallan 25 00 

5 « 80 00 

" H. Brown 25 00 

« M. S. Ardill 25 00 

15 « 30 00 

" Mrs. i. Moore 40 00 

1 Whitchurch 11 45 . . .... 

" F. H. Stiles 25 00 

2 « 27 08 

« A. v.* Miller 25 00 

9 « 8 71 

« B. Rae 25 00 

2 Whitchurch and Mark- 
ham 7 98 

" W. E. Smith 25 00 

7 YorkE 160 00 

" I. Maxwell 100 00 

« A. Amey 25 00 

" M. MacKay 25 00 

" O. M. Camell 25 00 

" V. Miller 25 00 

« M. F. Kei 25 00 

(Bala Ave.) 29 49 

E: D. Jenkins 50 00 

(Dennis Ave.) ... 25 24 

I. Graham 50 00 



28 
28 



Separate Schools 
Bruce 

1 Carrick H 25 

" M. A. Whrich 30 00 

4 « 4 20 

" R. N. Weiler 25 00 

6 " 13 20 

« Sr. M. AgilofF 25 00 



Normanby 8 23 

« A. C. Meagher 25 00 



1922-23 



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D37 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Industrial Arts, Manual Training, etc.- — Continued 



School Teacher's 
Huron Grant Grant 

2 Ashfield 20 00 

" Sr. Mary Sebas- 

tine 25 00 

1 W. Wawanosh 4 25 

" A. Devereau 25 00 

Perth 

6 Ellice and Logan 20 00 

" Sr. M. St. Alban 25 00 

2 Hibbert, McKillop and 

Logan 20 00 

" Sr. Anastasia 30 00 

Peterborough 

Sacred Heart 30 00 

" Sr. Mary Augus- 
tine 50 00 

Renfrew 

Eganville 60 00 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 

Eganville, Sr. Mary Alexis 50 00 

" Sr. Aniceta 130 00 

Killaloe 17 00 

" Sr. Mary Julian 15 00 



Victoria 

6 Emily. 



4 32 



L Murray 25 00 

Waterloo 

13 Waterloo 90 00 •• 

" Sr. Mary Luecitta 150 00 

5 Welsley 20 00 ..... • 

" M. G. O'Connor 25 00 

11 " 63 85 ...... 

" K. G. O'Hara 90 00 

" Sr. M. Chrysologa 50 00 

Wellington 

1 Nichol 12 16 

" M. Ryan 25 00 



Public School Board 
Counties and Districts 

Brant 

U18 Burford and 3 Oakland. 



Continuation Schools ($166,887.45) 

Haliburton 

Ul Anson . . . . 



Bruce 

10 Huron. 



864 07 
906 31 



Carleton 

11 Fitzroy 874 50 

5 Gloucester 431 79 

10 Nepean 437 40 

U3 N. Gower 859 20 

U6 « 880 60 

3 Huntley 874 10 

3 Marlborough 629 30 

11 Osgoode 881 40 

15 " 877 65 

U18 " 630 40 



Dufferln 

3 Amaranth. 



396 47 



Dundas 

1 Mountain 1,688 65 



Elgin 

2 Bayham 

12 Southwold. . . 
lis. Dorchester. 

Essex 

9 S. Colchester. 
4 Tilbury W. . . 



Frontenac 

4 Wolfe Island , 

Grey 

7 Osprey 



870 80 

885 47 
882 65 



891 97 
863 75 



405 15 



433 99 



Kent 

U5 Raleigh. 



Lambton 

5 Euphemia. 

Lanark 

4 Pakenham. 



Leeds and Grenville 

17 Augusta 

15 Edwardsburg 

9 Leeds and Lansdowne . 

Lennox and Addington 

5 Denbigh, etc 

13 Ernestown 



Manitoulin 

2 Assiginack. . 

Mindemoya 

School. . . . 



Consolidated 



Middlesex 

U16 Caradoc. , 

2 Delaware . 

26 London. . 



Northumberland and Durham 

12 Clarke 

2 Percy 



Ontario 

13 Brock. . . 
15 Pickering. 



1,095 


35 


872 


22 


441 


56 


876 


40 


877 
807 
879 


45 
10 
10 


726 
799 


30 
95 


1,696 


16 


3,200 


45 


878 
883 
422 


70 

44 
32 


882 
908 


40* 
80 


855 
1,242 


25 
60 



D38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Continuation Sciiools — Continued 



Public School Board — Continued 
Oxford 

11 Blenheim 632 08 

U21 " 642 20 

U24 " 894 16 

5 Dereham 431 01 

12 " 447 28 

U5 Nissouri and 1 Oxford 599 94 



Parry Sound 

Ul McMurrich and Rverson. . . 



2,382 85 



Peel 

14 Albion 410 24 

4 Caledon 521 20 

Peterborough 

4 Ennismore 846 95 

Prescott and RusscU 

3 Cumberland 629 45 

2 Russell 823 70 

Renfrew 

2 Westmeath 451 40 

7 " 600 00 

Slmcoe 

5 Essa 788 83 

5 Flos 911 40 

Temiskamlng 

UlA Tisdale 1,795 20 

Thunder Bay 

1 Schreiber 787 54 

Waterloo 

1 and 3, Wilmot and Blenheim. 412 88 

Welland 

11 Bertie 902 94 

9 " 415 02 

9 Pelham 305 17 

Wellington 

9 Eramosa 376 71 

8 Puslinch .' . 409 60 

Wentworth 

1 Saltfleet 446 97 

York 

8 Etobicoke 447 00 

12 " 421 70 

13 E. Gwillimbury 891 80 

14 King 436 95 

14 Scarboro 648 25 

26 York 410 30 

Treasurer, Continuation School Board 

Ayr 882 57 

Aberfovle 353 75 

Bancroft 883 45 

Blackstock 398 46 

Copetown 437 34 

Dorchester 835 67 

Espanola 1,792 00 



Holstein 422 13 

Lobo 838 49 

Lyndhurst 408 30 

Ilderton 830 06 

Marmora 918 90 

Mt. Bridges 892 86 

Onondaga 399 52 

Richard's Landing 1,810 20 

St. George 853 42 

Stella 847 85 

Tamworth 876 50 

Thorndale 849 76 

Public School Board 
Town of: 

Blenheim 892 72 

Blind River 1,784 30 

Bothwell 878 36 

Bruce Mines 2,939 39 

Cochrane 895 50 

Dresden 629 73 

Drvden 2,146 46 

Gore Bay 2.251 55 

Hanover 914 04 

Huntsville 2.164 72 

Iroquois Falls 1,631 65 

Keewatin 1,781 90 

Little Current 1,674 60 

Massev 873 70 

Mimico 925 95 

New Liskeard 1,810 70 

Palmerston 885 64 

Powassan 2,172 43 

Rainy River 1,735 66 

Southampton 895 91 

Sturgeon Falls 1,940 96 

Thessalon 2,106 98 

Thornbury 906 85 

Tilbury 778 48 

Timmins 2,327 34 

Public School Board 
Village of: 

Acton 897 07 

Ailsa Craig 847 94 

Alvinston 871 06 

Arkona 443 02 

Bancroft 2,866 69 

Bath 867 09 

Beaverton 906 65 

Beeton 885 94 

Blvth 889 09 

Bobcaygeon 408 95 

Bolton 453 88 

Bridgeburg . .: 693 09 

Brussels 873 60 

Burk's Falls 1,808 00 

Cannington 900 65 

Cardinal 895 45 

Clifford 905 06 

Cobden 415 00 

Coldwater 891 50 

Creemore 887 05 

Delhi 888 98 

Drayton 895 47 

Eganville 895 15 

Erin 1.269 83 

Fenelon Falls 864 20 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D39 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Continuation Schools — Continued 



Public School Board 
Village of — Continued 

Finch 930 70 

Frankford 853 65 

Grand Valley 899 17 

Havelock 904 85 

Hepworth 437 50 

Highgate 872 73 

Jarvis 396 13 

Lakefield 897 35 

Lanark 905 35 

Lion's Head 429 88 

Lucknow 888 64 

Maxville 894 95 

Merrickville 852 10 

Millbrook 885 90 

Milverton 896 42 

Mount Brydges 869 95 

New Hamburg 881 57 

Oil Springs 877 73 

Paisley 897 41 

Port Colborne 926 50 

Port Credit 892 33 

Richmond 842 80 

Rodney 870 71 



Springfield . . 
South River. 

Stayner 

Stouffville . . . 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock . . . 
Teeswater . . . 
Thamesville . 
Tottenham . . 
Wellington. . 
West Lome . 
Westport . . . 
Wheatley . . . 
Woodville . . . 
Wroxeter . . . 



Treasurer, R. C. S. S. 
Village of: 

Eganville 

Westport 



919 


00 


835 


30 


802 


77 


884 


15 


823 


95 


887 


67 


900 


72 


911 


44 


892 


42 


897 


35 


635 


90 


882 


96 


876 


50 


845 


20 


400 


00 


776 


59 


690 


80 


820 


20 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, stationery, 
168.19; paper, 30.41; print- 
ing, 172.56 



Treasurer, School Board 
Counties and Districts 
Algoma Public 

Algoma 590 18 

Brant 86 87 

Bruce 347 20 

Elgin 784 65 

Essex 83 79 

Grey 580 51 

Haliburton 454 31 

Haldimand 260 05 

Hastings 723 42 

Halton 231 01 

Huron 2,106 84 

Kenora 226 72 

Kent... 460 11 

Lambton 921 07 

Leeds and Grenville. . . . 364 96 

Lincoln 261 51 

Manitoulin 474 66 

Middlesex 148 14 

Nipissing 

Northumberland and 

Durham 520 86 

Norfolk 75 24 

Ontario 636 06 

Oxford 553 48 

Parry Sound 2,977 62 

Peel 

Perth 87 08 

Peterborough 247 34 

Prescott and Russell.. . . 944 34 

Rainy River 1,549 86 

Renfrew 416 48 

Simcoe '. 372 11 

Stormont, Dundas and 

Glengarry 1,379 51 

Sudbury 1,569 56 

Temiskaming 498 02 

Victoria 367 78 

Waterloo 247 59 

Welland . 257 22 



Fifth Classes ($38,804.00) 

Public 

Wellington 240 48 

Wentworth 773 81 

York 1,743 17 



Separate 



284 11 



621 13 

'i2'22 



256 44 

266 75 

'62'26 
731 80 

386'ii 

72i'i2 



249 41 
357 60 



Treasurer, School Board 
Town of: 

Cobalt 

Mattawa 223 56 

New Toronto 191 42 

Rainy River 308 50 

Sioux Lookout 664 06 

Webbwood 726 64 

Treasurer, School Board 
Village of: 

Bayfield 287 78 

Belle River 

Chelmsford 198 50 

Courtright 229 49 

Embro 158 01 

Hensall 183 40 

Kearney 530 72 

Killaloe 

L'Orignal 298 71 

Mildmav : .. 260 66 

Neustad't 227 16 

Newboro 157 45 

Port McNicoll 350 15 

South River 294 76 

Sundridge 630 58 

Tiverton 250 75 

Trout Creek 481 32 

Victoria Harbour 319 34 

Woodbridge 332 87 

Woodville 104 66 

Treasurer, Consolidated 
School Boards 

Barwick 182 70 

Mallorytown 130 76 

Morley 206 54 

Nobel 130 68 



371 16 



Separate 



306 40 

844 30 



146 89 



196 20 
374 61 

36i'93 



D40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Model Schools ($23,812.24) 



Treasurer, Public School Board 
Grants 

Cornuall 1,200 00 

Kingston 1,200 00 

Oriliia 1,200 00 

Renfrew 1,200 00 



Bracebridge 

Andrtw, K., services at 7.50 per 
diem, 285.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 79.55 

Fulton, E., services as janitor. . 

Ingall, E. E., services at 12.00 
per diem, 456.00; travelling 
expenses, 103.35 

Lockett, H. G., services at 10.00 
per diem, 330.00; travelling 
expenses. 86.80 

Mustard, T., services at 10.00 
per diem, 380.00; travelling 
expenses, 141.40 

Patterson, A. M.. services at 
10.00 per diem, 380.00; travel- 
ling expenses, 102.25 

Sundrv Students, board and 
travelling expenses 

Cochrane 

McDoiigall, J. B., services at 
12.00 per diem 

Ricker, P., services at 7.50 per 
diem 

Cornwall 

Binnie, L., services 

Hall. A. G., " 

Jerrom, W. M., " 

MacDougall, G., " 

Rombough. N. A., " 

Scott, B. W., " 

Theobald, S. R., services, prepar- 
ing examination papers, and 
reading answers 

Gore Bay 

Bouck, C. D., services at 12.00 
per diem, 432.00; travelling 
expenses, 94.05 

Graham, services as caretaker. . 

Jones, F. A., sers'ices at 10.00 per 
diem, 360.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 128.65 

McMillan, G. O., services at 
10 00 per diem, 310.00; trav- 
elling expenses, 93.85 

Sundr\^ Students, board and 
travelling expenses 

Kingston 

Black, L., services 

Conlev, H. E., " 

Cunningham, M., services 

Harold, G., services 

Inman, W. F., services, preparing 
examination papers and read- 
ing answers 

Rvder, L. M., services 

Volume, M., « 



364 
50 


55 
00 


559 


35 


4'l6 


80 


521 


40 


482 


25 


30 


50 


408 


00 


255 


00 


160 
80 
80 
80 

160 
80 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



180 00 



526 05 
50 00 



488 65 



9 


20 


80 


00 


5 


50 


80 


00 


45 


00 


80 


00 


80 00 


80 


00 


2 


70 


80 00 



Madoc 

Baker, W. F., services at 12.00 
per diem, 408.00; travelling 
expenses, 81.73; services, pre- 
paring examination papers and 
reading answers, 83.00 572 73 

Milligan, W., services as care- 
taker 40 00 

Reid, T. A., services as 10.00 per 
diem, 340.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 83.95 423 95 



Oriliia 

Gibbins, M. E., travelling ex- 
penses 

Hewett, C, services 

Lannin, M., travelling expenses. 

McLean, E., services 

McKenzie. C. L. T., services, pre- 
paring examination papers and 
reading answers 

Ralston, R., services 

Ritchie, A.. •" 

Russell, E. J., " 

Shaw, R., travelling expenses.. . 

Tupling, M. H.. services 



Ottawa 

Edwards, C. H., services at 12.00 

per diem 408 00 

Emile, Sr. Paul, services at 7.50 

per diem 255 00 

Sundrv- Students, board and 

travelling expenses 1,321 25 

Port Arthur 

Burke, A., services at 10.00 per 
diem, 340.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 147.60 487 60 

Clare, E., services, 7.00; travel- 
ling expenses, 56.60 63 60 

Johnston, W. B., services at 

10.00 per diem 340 00 

Lane, F., services as caretaker. . 48 00 

Mclver, D., services at 2.50 per 

hour 32 50 

McRoberts, J. H. W., services at 

12.00 per diem 433 00 

Smallev, B. G., services at 2.50 

per hour 25 00 

Sundry Students, board and 

travelling expenses 26 00 



80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
160 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 
80 00 



403 85 


Renfrew 






Airth, E., 


services 


835 05 


Baker, W. F., 


« 




Clements, A., 






Dick, M., 


« 


80 00 


Dunn, E. E., 


« 


160 00 


Easton, A. W.. 


« 


160 00 


McManus, A. L.. 


« 


80 00 


McNabb, A., 


« 




Miller, E., 


« 




Milliken, L.. 


« 


206 50 


Stewart, Mabel. . 


« 


80 00 


Stewart, Marjorv. 


(( 


80 00 


Sweeney, A. C, 


« 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D41 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Model Schools — Continued 



Sharbot Lake 

Allen, J., rent 10 00 

McConnell, R. A., services at 
12.00 per diem, 456.00; travel- 
ling expenses, 100.10 556 10 

McCordie, F. M., services at 
10.00 per diem, 380.00; trav- 
elling expenses, 80.95 460 95 

Millican, W., services as care- 
taker 15 00 

Moffatt, T. E., services at 10.00 
per diem, 380.00; travelling 
expenses, 57.00 437 00 

Sharbot Lake Methodist Church, 

rent 45 CO 

Shirbot Lake Presbyterian 

Church, rent 30 00 

Sh-irbot Lake Public School 

Board, rent 30 00 

Thompson, H. J., cartage 11 30 

Sturgeon Falls 

Bechard, J., services at 10.00 

per diem 350 00 

Gabriel, Sr., services at 7.50 per 

diem 255 00 



Kaine, J. M., services at 12.00 
per diem 

Vankleek Hill 

Cyrien, Sr., services at 7.50 per 
diem 

Hartley, J., services at 12.00 per 
diem 

Sisters of St. Mary, rent of 
building 

Contingencies 

Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Board of Education, foolscap. . 

Can. Nat. Express, charges .... 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., manuals 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd.. manuals.. 

Elliott, J. H., foolscap 

Firstbrook Brcs., Ltd., boxes. . 

King's Printer, stationery, 404.11 ; 
paper, 44.71; printing and 
binding, 279.16 

Lo\ven>s, Ltd., foolscap 

Postmaster, postage 

Ryerson Press, books 

Thomas & Co., foolscap 



432 00 



255 


00 


408 


00 


50 


00 


3 


55 


/ 


50 


39 


81 


480 


02 


43 


68 


145 


00 


16 


85 


9 


00 


727 


98 


. 3 


70 


605 


46 


264 


86 


22 


50 



Teachers' Associations ($11,995.44) 



Treasurer, Teachers' Institute 
City of: 

Brantford 

Guelph 




50 00 
25 00 


Hamilton . . . 
Kingston. . . . 






150 00 
50 00 


London 






75 00 


St. Catharines and Niagara 
Ottawa 


Falls 


50 00 
125 00 


Peterborough 

Toronto, No. 
u 

u 

u 

M 
U 

M 

« 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 




50 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 


Windsor, Walkerville and Sand- 
wich 


75 00 


County of : 

Brant 






50 00 


Bruce, E . .. . 






50 00 


Bruce, W. . . 
Carleton, E . 
Carleton, W. 
Dufforin .... 


and Lanark, 


E.' .' '. 


50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 


Dundas 






50 00 


Elgin, E . . . . 






50 00 


Elgin, W., an 
Essex, N . .. . 


d St. Thomas 




50 00 
25 00 


Essex, S 






50 00 


Frontenac, S 
Frontenac, N 
Glengarry. .. 


., and Addington.. 


50 00 
25 00 
50 00 


Grey, E 






50 00 



Grev, W 50 00 

Grev, S 50 00 

Haldimand 50 00 

Haliburton 25 00 

Haltcn 50 00 

Hastings, N 25 00 

Hastings, S., and Belleville 50 00 

Hastings, Centre 50 00 

Huron, E 50 00 

Huron, W 50 00 

Kenora 100 00 

Kent, E 50 00 

Kent, W 50 00 

Lambton, E 50 00 

Lambton. W 50 00 

Lanark, W., and Smith's Falls.. 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 1 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 2, and 

Brrckville 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 3 50 00 

Lennox and Addington 50 00 

Lincoln 50 00 

Middlesex, E 50 00 

Middlesex, W 50 00 

Norfolk 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

W., No. 1 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

Centre, No 2 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham 

E., No. 3 50 00 

Ontario, N 50 00 

Ontario, S 50 00 

Oxford 75 00 

Peel 50 00 

Perth 75 00 

Peterborough 50 00 



D42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Teachers' Associations — Continued 



Treasurer, Teachers' Institute 
County of — Continued 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, N 

Renfrew, S 

Simcoe, E 

Simcoe, N 

Simcoe, S.W 

Stormont 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington, N 

Wellington, S 

Wentworth 

York, N 

York,E - 

York, W 

York, S 



District of: 

Algoma, E 

Algoma, Eastern Division 

Manitoulin 

Muskoka 

Nipissing and Temiskaming, S. . 

Parr\' Sound, E 

Parr\' Sound, W 

Rainy River 

Sudbury- 

Temiskaining, Centre 

Temiskaming, N 

Thunder Bay, Port Arthur and 
Fort William 



Travelling Expenses 

Amoss, H. E . . . . 
Bannister, J. A . . 
Campbell, J. D.. 
Casselman, A. C. 

Clarke, T. E 

Coombs, F. E . . . 
Cornish, G. A. . . . 
Davidson, S. M.. 

Elliott, C. E 

Emery, J. W. . . . 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


75 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


on 



50 00 



12 15 
22 10 
37 04 

18 85 
8 45 

51 55 

20 20 

5 80 

19 90 
41 30 



Everson, E. M 

Firth, J. W 

Fleming, R. F 

Gatenby, J. B 

Hainan, L. R 

Ingall, E. E 

Jones, F. A 

Jones, Geo. M 

Kerfoot, H. W 

Keyes, S. J 

Lockett, H. G 

Madill, A. J 

Manning, H. G 

Mark, C. E 

Martvn, H. G 

Miller, G. A 

Morgan, G 

Macdonald, A 

Macpherson, W. E. . . . 

McEachren, J. G 

McRae, J 

MacV'^annel, E 

Norris, J. C 

Painter, A. J 

Pakenham, W 

Park, H. G 

Percv, Chas. E 

Perr^^S. W 

Pickles, S 

Powell, A. A 

Prendergast, Wm . . . /. 

RadcHfFe. S. J 

Ricker, H. E 

Sandiford, Peter 

Scarrow, A. N 

Seavev, J- R 

Stares, H. A 

Stevenson, A 

Walker, D 

Walks, R. H 

White, E. T 

Whvte, D 

Wilkinson, Jas 



16 70 
13 17 

11 45 
2 85 
9 50 

21 00 

8 55 

12 80 

9 90 
5 10 

5 50 

24 10 
8 80 

6 05 

13 90 
8 65 

26 40 
59 60 
29 05 

15 20 
12 85 

8 GO 

20 30 

21 12 

25 90 
4 50 
2 75 

12 30 

11 00 

4 20 

20 75 

56 05 

94 45 

138 75 

24 45 

23 60 

4 39 

20 25 

16 25 
11 95 

4 60 
15 35 
10 64 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, stationery, 113.45; 
paper, 1,135.09; printing, 
4,361.89 5.610 43 



Ontario Educational Association ($2,000.00) 
Grant 2,000 00 

Trustees' Section, Ontario Educational Association ($10,000.00) 

Grant .' 10,000 00 



Urban Trustees' Association ($500.00) 



Grant . 



500 00 



Home and School Association ($2,000.00) 
Grant 2,000 00 



Secretarial Work, National Council of Education ($2,400.00) 
Grant 2,400 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D43 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



spring and Summer Schools ($29,276.34) 



Lecturers and Instructors 



Services Expenses 



Services Expenses 



Allen, P. C 32 

Amoss, H. E 400 

Armstrong, S. H 50 

Asselstine, O. . . . 300 

Baglole, P 186 

Baird, W 300 

Barton, D. M 300 

Barton, J. W 400 

Bennett, W. G 32 

Bibet, L. A 300 

Boddy, R. A 32 

Boyer, Dr. G. F 20 

Bradshaw, C 25 

Brennand, C. C 32 

Bridges, J. W 15 

Brenton, C 300 

Brown, F 10 

Browne, J 30 

Buscombe, E. R 200 

Butchart, E 31 

Campbell, H. A .. 32 

Cherr>s M. E 10 

Chester, J. W 130 

Clark, Dr. C.W 30 

Clarke, T.E 500 

Conner, M.W 109 

Cornell, T-L 300 

Cornell, "M.L 300 

Coventry, I. G 400 

Crichton, H 

Cringan, A. T. 400 

Currely. C. T 75 

Davidson, A 300 

DeLaporte, L. H 100 

Denne, L 300 

Despard, A 217 

Dixon, H. A 20 

Dixon, M. B 78 

Dopp, M.. 

Downer, H 32 

Drummond, M 15 

Edwards, W. G 300 

Elliott, C. E 400 

Emerson, E 186 

Emery, D. L 186 

Fairbanks, E 72 

Ferguson, W.C 100 

Flynn, M. J 32 

Forsvthe, E.N 32 

Gordon. Dr. E. L. S... . 100 

Grant, Dr. E. A 100 

Haines, F. S 300 

Halbus, F 300 

Hall, M 224 

Hammond, R 186 

Haney, A 35 

Hanna, L 300 

Harding, L. B ; . . 300 

Harvey, A 300 

Hastings, B 300 

Henderson, L 300 

Henry, S. E 32 

Hepbnrn.G 32 

Herold, W. H 32 

Hill, Dr. C. E 30 

Holmes, A 32 



00 

00 

00 

00 12 60 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 
00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 18 75 

00 73 45 

00 

33 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
82 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



7 00 

3 55 



33 00 



7 55 
920 



18 15 



3 85 



Hunter, S 25 00 

Hutchison, A. E 300 00 

Jackes, M 75 00 

Jamieson, E. J 200 00 

Jeannaret, F. C. A 400 00 

Johnston, D 186 00 

Laidlaw, A. T 200 00 

Legge, E 100 00 

Lehene, M.T 

Lismer, A 640 00 

Little, J 100 00 

Louden. J 40 00 

Lougheed, W. J 400 00 

Macdonald, J. E. H 72 00 

MacDonald, D. D 10 00 

MacDougall, Dr. C. S. . 20 00 

MacMillan, W 32 00 

Mallory, W. S. . . 32 00 

Marshall, P. G 300 00 

McCallum, M 300 00 

McCally, E 300 00 

McGreggor, W 32 00 

McKague, Y 186 00 

McPherson, J 160 00 

Milne, H 10 00 

Mott, Judge 15 00 

Motton. T 25 00 

Nelson, J. F 32 00 

O'Brien, Sgt. W. H 10 00 

O'Driscoll, E 300 00 

Ogden, Dr. W. E 30 00 

Ogilvy. A. I 300 00 

Ogilvy, F 72 00 

Oliver, L.V 300 00 

Palen, 1 10 00 

Palmer, H. S 48 00 

Paton, W. D 150 00 

Pay List; wages of men 

preparing gym., Hart 

House 11 60 

Payne, L 300 00 

Perry, S. W 120 00 

Phair, J.T 200 00 

Pickles, S 300 00 

Plume, E 60 00 

Putman. J. H 400 00 

Radcliflfe, S. J 400 00 

Rattray, M 300 00 

Reid, J.T 72 00 

Robb, A. F 300 00 

Sandiford, P 150 00 

Savage, B 300 00 

Scarrow. A. N 400 00 

Seikel, A. L 300 00 

Shirley, G., 42 00 

Sinclair, S. B 400 00 

Smith, A 135 00 

Smith, L 300 00 

Smith, P. V 

Spence, F. A 78 00 

Stansfield H. H 384 00 

Stockwell, E 300 00 

Swanson, W. L 32 00 

Tamblyn,W. A 10 00 

Tanner, A. M 300 00 

Varlev. F. H 348 00 



12 75 



5 30 

6 50 



10 20 



00 



47 32 
39 67 



25 00 



12 40 



D44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Spring and Summer Schools — Continued 



Lecturers and Instructors- 
Continued 



Vann, R 

Verrall, Dr. W. S 30 00 

Ward, W 400 00 

Watterworth, M 300 00 

Wilkinson, H 300 00 

Wils>n, R. L 32 00 

Winterbiirn, W 300 00 

Wrieht, H 300 00 

Wright, W. J. A 32 00 

Miscellaneous 

Ames?, H. E., ice cream 

Arnold, H., eggs, steak, etc 

Baird, Wm., moving piano 

Brown, W. J., biscuits 

Bursir, Knox College, use of 
building 

Bursar, University of Toronto, 
electric lamp, 7.61; paper, 
15 00: cleaning building, 78.28 

Bursir, Victoria College, To- 
ronto, us? of rooms 

Can. Nat. Express, chTges 

Carter, E. T., & Co., chair cane, 
twisted grass, etc 

Cit\' Dairv Co., milk 

Chland, F E., groceries 

D^m. Express Co., charges 

Downe>\ Thi^s., milk 

Eaten, T., Co., Ltd., cotton, 
needles, wool, etc 

Elmwrod Creamery Co., milk. . 

Grass, E. B., cartage 

Hardware Co. of Toronto, Ltd., 
gl'ie. paint, nails, etc 

Heintzman & Co., Ltd., moving 
piano 

Hendr.-, G. M., Co., weaving 
mats, paper, etc 

Hope & Sons, J., foolscap 



Services Expenses 
54 00 



1 50 

7 24 

12 00 

7 28 

200 00 



100 89 



712 


75 


5 


65 


23 


59 


6 


75 


62 


21 




75 


56 


80 


37 


66 


27 


92 


1 


50 


16 


26 


4 


00 


272 


29 


6 


00 



Services 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., bandages, 
gauze, etc 

King's Printer, stationery, 
594.87; paper, 184.42; print- 
ing and binding, 431.68 

Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice tickets 

Max's Grocery, milk, biscuits, 
etc 

Nordheimer Piano Co., rent of 
pianos 

Ottawa Public School Board, 
supplies 

Ottawa Office Towel Supply Co., 
towel service 

Postmaster, postage 

Ridpath's Cabinet Shop, frames, 
basket, vases, etc 

Registrar, University of Toronto, 
supplies 

Ryerson Press, lantern slides 

Simmens. J. M., milk 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., flannel- 
ette, etc 

StTnley, J. M.. biscuits 

Thistle Printing Co., printing 
tickets 

Treasurer, Central Technical 
Schorl, paper 

Treasurer, Ontario College of 
Art. supplies, 177.53, rent, 
building, 80.00 

United Tvpewriter Co., rent of 
type"w Titers 

Warden, Hart House, University 
of Toronto, use of g'.mnasium 

Wilson, Munroe Co., Ltd., mill- 
board, etc 

Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., bats 
and balls 

-Wright, R. J., cartage 



Expenses 


9 


29 


1,210 

. 5 


97 
00 


14 


86 


43 


00 


35 


66 


3 
825 


00 
70 


48 


81 


15 62 

6 00 

18 15 


5 
45 


74 
00 


2 


SO 


5 


80 


257 


53 


131 


25 


950 00 


11 


96 


21 


30 


i 


50 



Salaries of Inspectors (§109,666.34) 
Chief Inspectorate of Public and Separate Schools ($15,900.00) 

John Waugh Chief Inspector 12 months 4,800 00 

W. I. Chisholm Assistant Chief Inspector 12 " 3,800 00 

J. B. MacDougall General Inspector 12 " 3,^00 00 

Neil McDougall " « 12 " 3,500 00 

Inspection of Manual Training and Household Science ($5,625.00) 

A. H. Leake Inspector 12 months 3,600 00 

L. F. G. Brill Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

M. K. Drew Clerk Typist 12 " 975 00 



J. B. Dandeno. 



Inspection of Elementary Agricultural Classes ($3,600.00) 
Inspector 12 months 



3,600 00 



J. F. Power. 
W.J. Lee.. 



Inspection of Separate Schools ($24,000.00) 

.Inspector 12 months 3,000 00 

« 12 " 3,000 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D45 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Salaries of Inspectors — Continued 

Inspection of Separate Schools — Continued 

J. F. Sullivan Inspector 12 months 

J. E. Jones " 

J.P.Finn " 

J. M. Bennett " 

Vincent C. Quarry " 

T. S. Melady " 



12 months 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 


12 « 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 



Inspection of En^ish-Frencli Scliools ($12,000.00) 



J. S. Gratton ." Inspector . 

J. C. Walsh 

James Scanlon " 

Jos. Lapensee " 



12 months 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 


12 " 


3,000 00 


12 « 


3,000 00 



Inspection of District Public Schools ($36,641.34) 

J. L. Moore Inspector 12 months 

J. W. Hagan " 

L. A. Marlin « 

John Ritchie " 

H. R. Scovell " 

D.M.Christie. " 

Wm. Jno. Hamilton " 

W.A.Wilson " 

R.O.White " 

Geo. E. Pentland " 

P. W. Brown " 

D. T. Walkom " 

S. Shannon " 



12 
,12 
,12 

10 
,12 

12 
,12 

12 
,12 
,12 
,12 
,12 



3,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,i64 00 

2,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,243 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,rro 00 

3,C00 00 
2,434 34 
3, COO 00 



Provincial School Attendance Oflficer ($3,500.00) 
J. P. Cowles 12 months 



3,500 00 



Inspection of Continuation Schools ($8,400.00) 



G. K. Mills. 
J. P. Hoag. 



. Inspector 12 months 

« 12 " 



4,200 00 
4,200 00 



Inspection of Public and District Schools ($143,217.25) 



T. W. Standing Inspector, Brant, 

John McCool 

W. F. Bald 

Thos. P. Maxwell 

R.C.Rose 

W. R. Liddy 

Hiram B. Fetterly 

J.C.Smith 

John A. Tavlor 

D. A. Maxwell 

S. A. Truscott 

M. R. Reid 

J. W. Crewson 

Samuel Huff ' 

H. H. Burgess 

Robert Wright 

J. L. Mitchener 

J. M. Denyes 

J. E. Minns 

H.J.Clarke 

James Colling 



Bruce E 12 

" W 12 

Carleton E 12 

" W 12 

Dufferin 12 

Dund^s 12 

Elgin E 12 

" W 12 

Essex S 12 

Frontenac S 12 

« N 12 

Glengarry' 12 

Grey E 12 

« W 12 

" S 12 

Haldiraand 12 

Halton 12 

Hastings Centre 12 

" S 12 

« N 12 



1 2 months 



1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,150 CO 
1,800 CO 
1,800 CO 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 CO 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,340 00 
1,800 00 



D46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Inspection of Public and District Schools— Continued. 



John M. Field Inspector 

]. Elgin Tom 

W. H. G. Colles " 

J. H. Smith 

J.J. Edwards 

Henry Conn 

Thos. C. Smith 

J, C. Spence 

James F. McGuire 

Wm. C. Dowsley 

T.A.Craig " 

E. J. CorkiU 

Geo. A. Carefoot 

P. J. Thompson 

J. H. Sexton ^" 

H. D. Johnson 

H. Frank Cook 

E. E. Snider 



John W. Odell . 
Robert Boyes . 



T. R. Ferguson . 
R. A. Hutchison . 

J. M. Cole 

R. A. Paterson . . 
W. J. Galbraith . 
William Irwin . . 
James H. Smith. 
Richard Lees . . . 
G. E. Broderick. 
R. F. Downey . . 
A. McVicar 

F. P. Smith .... 
I. D. Breuls 

G. G. McNab . . . 
Jos. L. Garvin . . 
Edwin Longman 

Isaac Day 

James Froats. . . 

E. W. Jennings. 
W. H. Stevans. . 

F. W. Sheppard . 

L. Norman 

J. W. Marshall. , 
James McNiece. 
Robt. Galbraith . 

J. J. Craig 

J. B. Robinson . . 

C. W. Mulloy. . 
A. L. Campbell . 
A. A. Jordan . . . 
W. W. Trench. . 

D. M. Eagle 

A. J. Beneteau . . 



Huron E 12 months 1,800 00 

« W 12 " 1,800 00 

KentE 12 " 1,800 00 

« W 12 " 1,475 00 

LambtonE 12 " 1,800 00 

«' W .12 " 1,512 00 

Lanark W 12 " 1,540 00 

« E 2 " 300 00 

Leeds No/i 12 " 1,800 00 

« No ■^ . . 12 " 1,553 00 

« No. 3 12 " 1,734 00 

Lennox 12 " 1,800 00 

Lincoln 12 " 1,800 00 

Middlesex E 12 " 1,800 00 

« w 3 " 450 00 

« W 9 " 1.350 00 

Norfolk ■ 12 " 1,800 00 

Northumberland and Durham 

No. 1 12 " L800 00 

Northumberland and Durham 

No. 2 12 " 1,800 00 

Northumberland and Durham 

No 3 12 " 1,800 00 

OntaHoN'. ■."..■. 12 " 1,800 00 

« S 12 " 1,800 00 

Oxford N.'.' 12 " 1,533 00 

« s 12 " 1,630 00 

Peel ' ' . 12 " 1,800 00 

Perth nV.; 12 " 1,699 00 

« S 12 " 1,150 00 

PeterboroE 12 « 1,800 00 

« W 10 " 1,500 00 

«« W 2 " 300 OS 

Prescott and Russell 10 " 1,704 20 

Prince Edward 12 " 1,800 00 

Renfrew N 12 " 1,800 00 

« S 12 " 1,800 00 

SimcoeN. v. ■..:....■ 12 " 1,800 00 

« S W 12 " 1,800 00 

i< E 12 " 1,800 00 

Stormont .■.■.':;.■ :■■.■..■■ 12 " 1,80000 

Victoria W 10 " 1,500 00 

« 2 " 300 GO 

Waterloo No. r. ■ 12 " 1,374 00 

« No. 2 12 " 1,417 00 

WellandN 12 " 1,800 00 

« s 12 " 1,800 00 

Wellington N '.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'. 12 " 1,800 00 

« S 12 " 1,800 00 

Wentworth.. ■.■.": '.::.;! 12 " 1,80000 

YorkN 12 " 1,80000 

« S 12 " 1,800 00 

« F 12 " 1,800 00 

« 3^rd' Division ■.■.■.'.: 12 « 1,800 00 

Essex and Kent, English-French Schools, allowance 300 00 

« « « ' ^ « « « 300 00 



Grants 
Treasurer Board of Education 

Belleville 216 00 

Brantford 630 00 

Brockville 186 00 

Chatham 300 00 

Fort William 480 00 

Gait '^12 00 

Guelph 330 00 

Hamilton 2,574 00 



Kingston 366 00 

Kitchener 420 00 

London 1,308 00 

Niagara Falls 300 00 

Ottawa 1,452 00 

Peterborough 456 00 

Port Arthur 372 00 

Prescott 78 00 

Sarnia 306 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 456 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D47 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Inspection of Public and District Schools — Continued 



Grants — Continued 

Treasurer Board of Education 

Smith's Falls 

St. Catharines 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stratford 



150 00 
414 00 
90 00 
354 00 
348 00 



Toronto 10.860 00 



Trenton 
Walkerville , 
Welland . . . 
Windsor. . . 
Woodstock . 



138 00 
162 00 
228 00 
828 00 
192 00 



Travelling, Moving and Otlier Expenses ($51,733.57) 



Temporary Services 

Baker, F. B., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Bowman, W., stenographer at 

3.50 per diem 

Conkerline, C. W., clerk at 5.00 

per diem 

Everist, W. C, clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Fralick, F. D., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Gilmore, L. E., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Hamilton, J. R., clerk at 4.00 

per diem 

Heath, T. R., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Hutchison, T. L., clerk at 4.00 

per diem 

Jackson, S. W., clerk at 4.50 per 

diem 

Kirkland, Mrs. L. L., steno- 
grapher at 75.00 per month. . 
McCoy, Wm. J., clerk at 100.00 

per month 

Moir, H. K., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Montgomerv, R. C, clerk at 

4.00 per diem 

Powsett, T. H., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Sawyer, L. R., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Thornton, C. H., clerk at 4.00 

per diem 

Walwyn, J. T., clerk at 4.00 per 

diem 

Webster, F. L., clerk at 15.00 

per week 

Travelling Expenses 

Beneteau, A. J 

Bennett, J. M 

Brown, P. W 

Chisholm, W. I 

Christie, D. M 

Cowles, J. P 

Dandeno, J. B . . . '. 

Eagle, D. M 

Finn, J. P 

Gratton, J. S 

Hagan, J. W 

Hamilton, W. J 

Hoag, J. P 

Jones, J. E 



Karr, W. J 

Lapensee, J 

432 00 Leake, A. H 

Lee, W. J 

1,092 00 McDougall, J. B 1 

McDougall, Neil 

790 00 Marlin, L. A 

Marshall, J. W 

332 00 Melady, Thos 

Mills, G. K 1 

408 00 Moore, J. L 

Morgan, S. A 

352 00 Pentland, Geo. E 

Power, J. F 

248 00 Quarry, V. C 2 

Ritchie, J 

432 00 Scanlon, J. V 1 

Scovell.H. R 

104 00 Shannon, S 

Sullivan, J. F 

1,404 00 Walkom, D. T 

Walsh, J. C 

487 50 Waugh, Jno 

White, R. O 

650 00 Wilson, W. A 

344 00 Miscellaneous 

Adams Furniture Co., office 
360 00 furniture 

Beange & McLean, office rent, 
340 00 including electric light 

Bell Telephone Co., rent and 
332 00 messages 

Bennett, C. J., typewriting 

96 00 Bradette, A., cartage 

Braylev's Railway Guide, sub- 
380 00 scription '. 

Brown, T., cartage 

177 50 Calcus Sales Co., adding machine 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

150 00 C. P. Rv. Co., '^freight charges. . 

1,534 42 C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 

535 68 sages 

431 24 Carter Drugstore, carbon paper, 

418 65 booklets, etc 

504 78 Catholic Recorder, advertising. 

739 71 Cobalt Daily Nugget, printing 

150 00 circulars 

1,172 51 Conway, L., forms 

1,616 96 Crawford, D. A., typewriting.. . 

914 55 Dawson, Wm., & Son, subscrip- 

916 92 tion Normal Instructor 

1,613 34 Dion, L., typewriting 

481 46 Dom. Express Co., charges 



464 05 
764 18 
973 33 
532 24 
,208 17 

713 50 
399 33 

5 90 
965 77 
,432 59 
796 65 
340 90 
954 62 
132 24 
,307 64 
195 25 
,209 11 
331 87 
987 89 
629 51 
609 64 
476 67 
766 46 
709 70 

714 43 



146 00 
137 00 



147 


24 


7 


25 




50 


2 


50 


1 


15 


17 


50 


49 


50 


27 


23 


2 


04 


16 


70 


2 


70 


1 


00 


2 


50 


2 


50 


7 


00 


2 


30 


1 


40 


57 


98 



5 P.A. 



D48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Inspection of Public and District Schools — Continued 
Travelling, Moving and Other Expenses — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

Federal Typewriter Co., ribbon. 

Fenelon Falls Gazette, wrappers 

Ferguson, Jno., office rent 

Field, Love & House, typewriter 
insuecti^n 

Fingland, M., cartage 

Finn, Basil, clerical services at 
90c. per hour 

Gore Bay Telephone System, 
messag s, rent 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery, 
etc 

Grand Trunk Rv., freight charges 

Green, K. M., office rent 

Hall, M., typewriting 

Hall, T. J., cartage 

Hamilton, R., clerical services. . 

Hart, S. R., & Co., Ltd., print- 
ing letter heads 

Hay Stationery Co., typewriter 
ribbons, etc 

Hodder&Stoughton, Ltd., books 

Hope, J., & Son, stationery. . . . 

Huntsville Forester, printing cir- 
culars 

Jarvis, V., typev.-riting 

King's Printer, printing, 4, 408. 70; 
stationery, 3,297.96; paper, 
439.42 

Langford, Mrs. J-- services as 
stenogr-pher at 50c. per hour. 

Lee, E. G., clerical service at 
50c. ner hour 

Lowe, H., clerical services at 40c. 
per hour 

Lowe. N., tvnewriting 

McMillan, M., typewriting. .... 

Masten Jessie, clerical services 
at 50c. per hour 

Milton, E., services as janitor 

Minden Ech'^, printing circulars 

Minns, B. R., clerical services 
at 40c. ppr h'^ur 

Moriney, M.. clerical services at 
30c. per hour 

Moore. E. S., typew-riting 

Moore, F. E., printing circulars 

Moore, H. M., clerical services 
at 15.00 per week 

Municipal World, subscription. . 

National Child Labour Com- 
mittee, subscription 



1 


00 


1 


40 


300 


00 


15 


00 




50 



22 50 
17 46 



61 


90 


1 


18 


160 


00 


7 


00 


2 


00 


10 


00 


3 


14 


9 


22 


3 


77 


7 


55 


2 


75 


3 


00 


146 


08 


55 


75 


63 


00 


59 


00 


7 


20 


2 


90 


5 


00 


84 


00 


2 


25 


10 


00 


4 


80 


84 


60 


4 00 


30 


00 


_ 8 


08 



2 00 



O'Connell, J. T., clerical services 

at 90c. per hour 21 60 

Office Specialty Mfg., Co., office 

furniture 34 00 

Ottawa Le Drcit, advertising. . . 7 20 

Owen, F. A., Pub. Co., book. . . 2 30 

Oxford University Pr ss, book. . 50 
Parry Sound Canadian, printing 

circidars, etc 9 25 

Parlette, Lena, typewriting _ 5 60 

Parry Soimd North Star, printing 13 50 
Patton, T. J., premium insurance 

covering office contents 9 31 

Peterborough Examiner, sub- 
scription, envelopes, etc 17 70 

Pcstm?ster, postage stamps. . . . 2,427 82 

Reli?ble Fri-ter>s printing 27 25 

Remington Typewriter Co., type- 

wrif^r. . . .' 141 75 

Rons' lie, G., typewriting 17 00 

Rutledge & Stewart, stationery. 3 00 
Ryan, Mrs. M. J., office rent. . . 240 00 
Sanderson, Barclay & Co., multi- 
graphing 1 75 

Sault Stationers, stationery 3 50 

Scovell, F. A., clerical services 

at 30c. per hour 25 25 

Scovell. L., office work 8 75 

Social Service Council of Canada, 

snbscnpticn 4 00 

Soden, R. J., pens, etc 1 50 

Stewart & Co.. filing units 32 00 

Sullivan, F., clerical services at 

50c. per hour 70 50 

Supt. of Documents, Washington, 

STibscriptirn 30 

T. & N. O. Rv.. freight charges 1 90 
T. & N. O. Ry. Telegraph, 

messages 66 93 

Temiskaming Te'ephcne Co.. 

rent and messages 29 64 

Thomas Co., ink, etc 4 20 

Toronto Globe, advertising 26 52 

Toronto Mail & Empire, adver- 
tising 1 7/ 

Trebiicock Brcs., stationery, 

books, etc 13 50 

United Typewriter Co., ribbon. 1 00 

Walton, E. S., office rent 26 00 

Walton, M. B., clerk at 15.C0 

per week 30 00 

Warren, J. F., typewriting ^00 

White, E. N., ' - " 1 00 

Winter, F. H., clerical services. . 3 90 



To provide for payment of claim of V. C. Quarry, R. C. Seoarate School Inspector, for 
suitcase and contents lost while inspecting schools in Northern Ontario ($94.00) 

Quarry, V. C 94 00 



Karr, W. J. 



Director of Rural School Organization ($4,600.00) 

Director 12 months 4,600 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D49 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Inspection of Public and District Schools — Continued 

Special Lecturers ($4,650.00) 

Sinclair, S. B Special Lecturer 1 2 mon ths 

De Laporte, L. H Asst. to Inspector 12 " 



3.150 00 
1,500 00 



Auxiliary Classes 
Grants, Services, Travelling Expenses and Contipgencies ($19,920.26) 



Treasurer, Public School Board 
Grants 

Brantford 214 71 

Brockville 170 97 

Guelph 500 00 

Hamilton 551 31 

Kitchener 217 00 

London 919 00 

Oshawa 165 00 

Ottawa 495 00 

Owen Sound 225 00 

Peterborough 239 80 

St. Catharines.... 90 00 

Stratford 247 11 

Toronto 13,654 54 

Windsor 775 00 

Treasurer, R. C. S. S. Board 
Grants 

Toronto 200 00 

Windsor 300 00 



Travelling Expenses 

De Laporte, L. H 257 41 

Sinclair, S. B 396 72 

Contingencies 

Can. Nat. Committee for Mental 

Hygiene, school surveys 140 00 

Evans Bros., books 4 03 

Field, Love & House, typewriter 

inspections 14 00 

Goodchild, F. D., & Co., books. 13 90 
King's Printer, stationery, 41.28; 

printing, 28.63; paper, .67. . . . 70 58 

King, P. S.,& Son, Ltd., books. . 5 14 

Longmans, Green Co., books ... 88 

Oxford University Prrss, booklets 35 20 

Red Cross, Junior, subscription . 50 

Ryers'^n Press, books 95 

Social Welfare, s"bscripticn .... 2 00 

Whittier State School, books. . . 8 31 

World Book Co., books 6 20 



R. W. Anglin.. . 
R. A. Crcskery . 
A. M. Burnh^m, 
W. A. Beecroft . 
Geo. Lvops 



DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS 

Salaries (.'?41,736.89) 

. Registrar 12 months 

.Associate Rrgi=trar 12 " 

.Principal Clerk 12 " 

« « 1 2 « 

« « 1-7 u 



W. W. Jeffers Confidential Clerk of Exam. Papers 12 

B. Leadbetter " Printer 12 

Wm. Parr Assistant Confidential Printer 12 

R. J. Brvce Clerk 12 

Ida Xorris Spence " 12 

Bessie Spence " 12 

Lulu Greenwood " 12 

G. Lyons " 12 

M.Sutton " 12 

Eva Molesworth Junior Clerk 12 

Irene Hvnes Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

V. O. Kerr Clerk Stenographer 12 

A. Haughhnd " " 12 

G. Arnold! " " 12 

M. Nesbitt " " 12 

M. R. Addy " " 12 

L. Sheinhert ' Junior Clerk Stenographer 8J^ 

M. K. Armstrong Senior Clerk Typist 5 

D. Ferguson Clerk Tvpist 12 

L. Dies « "" 12 

I. P. Dexter " " 5 

D. Crighton " " 12 

U. Truax « " 12 

M. E. Dilks Junior Clerk Tvpist 12 



4,000 00 

3,eoo 00 

2,300 00 

2,300 00 

2,100 00 

1,900 00 

2,000 00 

1,300 00 

1,600 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,000 CO 

1,300 00 

1,050 00 

975 00 

1,050 00 

975 00 

975 00 

655 64 

500 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

406 25 

975 00 

975 00 

900 00 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS— Continued 



Allowance to Inspectors in Lieu of Examination Fees ($500.00) 

Bennett, J. M 100 00 Melady, T. S 

Finn, L P 100 00 Quarry, V. C 

Jones, J. E 100 00 



100 00 
100 00 



Examiners ($162,020.81) 

Sundry Examiners, services and expenses 162,020 81 

Clerical Assistance ($33,508.97) 
Sundry Clerks 33,508 97 



Paper, Postage, Printing, Equipment and Contingencies ($19,741.66) 



Addressograph Sales Co., re- 
pairs and supplies 110 32 

Ault and Wiborg, paint, supplies, 

etc 44 00 

Brigdens Limited, halftones, 

printing, etc 166 15 

Book Bureau, books 4 45 

Burroughs Adding Machine Ltd., 

maintenance service 123 20 

Canada Customs, charges 7 07 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges 76 31 

Dom. Express Co., charges 89 67 

Field, Love & House, typewriter 

inspections 44 00 

Frohns, A. P., cartage 1 00 

Goodchild, F. D., Co., books. . . 3 05 

International Rv. Pub. Co., 

guide 1 00 

King's Printer, stationery, 9,- 
152.65; printing, 6,300.26; 
paper, 319.62; binding, 374.60 16,147 13 
Macmillan Co., Ltd., books. ... 92 

Miller & Richards, tvpe, brushes. 

etc ' 32 27 



McAinsh Co., Ltd., books 

Multigraph Sales Co., repairs, 
etc 

Ontario Soap and Oil Co., gas 
and oil 

Porteo Safety Seal Co., seals. . . 

Postmaster, postage 

Pringle, R. E. T., Ltd., motor 
for addressograph 

Rawlinson, M., Ltd., cartage . . . 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections and repairs 

Royal Typewriter Co., repairs . . . 

Rung, A. F., Co., inspections and 
ribbons 

Ryerson Press, books 

Taylor, E., cartage 

Thomas and Corney, inspection 
and repairs to typewriters. . . . 

United Typewriter Co., repairs, 
16.35; typewriters, 265.40. . . . 

University of Toronto, examina- 
tion papers 

Webb, Geo. W., cartage 





65 


5 


60 


11 

17 

2,395 


20 
02 
91 


40 
26 


CO 

75 


14 CO 
7 30 


3 
1 


50 
39 
50 


16 


60 


281 


75 


66 
2 


95 
00 



Scholarships known as the Carter Scholarships ($5, 000. CO) 



County of : 
Brant 

1 Gerrie, William 

2 FlahiflF, Geo. B 

3 Laborde, M. Consuelo. 



Bruce 

1 Nephew, Bertha E . 

2 Tyson, Clarence W, 

3 Mclvor, Donald A. 



Dundas, Stormont and Glengarry 

1 McLaughlin, Terence P... 

2 MacDermid, Byron G. . . . 

3 McGuire, Clarence H 



100 00 

60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
6^ 00 
40 00 



Elgin 

1 Boyes, Jessie M 100 00 

2 Boves, Jean L 60 00 

3 Kovle, Karl S 40 00 



Essex 

1 Balkwill, Mary E. 

2 Young, Donald H 

3 Coyle, Peter A.... 



Grey 



ICO CO 
60 00 
40 00 



1 Traynor, Raymond ICO 00 

2 Eraser, Jean'C 60 00 

3 Grier, J. Crofton 40 CO 



Haldimand 

1 Martindale, Cora M 

2 Green, Florence E . . , 

3 Carver, Dorothy E . . 



Hastings 

1 Sankey, Charles A . 

2 Rupert, Walter J. . 

3 Cullin, Eileen C . . 



100 CO 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



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D 51 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Scholarships Known as the Garter Scholarships — Continued 



County of: 
Huron 

1 Kilpatrick, Ruby .... 

2 Taylor, Boyd 

3 Washington, Ethel C. 

Kent 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



1 Sterling, Wallace E 100 00 

2 Gregory, Velnia K 60 00 

3 Steinke, Louise M 40 00 



Lambton 

1 Newton, Theodore F. 

2 Johnson, Gordon H . 

3 Watson, Keith P.... 



M. 



Lanark 

1 Richmond, Jessie C 

2 Montgomery, E. Doreen. 

3 Farmer, Wm. C 



Leeds and Grenville 

1 Husband, Helen M 

2 Paul, Inez P 

3 Brown, Isabel C . . . 



Middlesex 

1 Warden, Ethel I 

2 Grant, Eleanor V. . . . 

3 Anderson, J. Murray. 

Ontario 

1 Harris, Miriam C . . . . 

2 Allin, Elizabeth J 

3 Forsyth, Benjamin C , 



Oxford 

1 Currey, Clara T. E . . . . 

2 MacKay, Alice C 

3 Ostrander, Margaret H 

Perth 

1 Allan, Headrick , 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 



2 Wright, Dorothy H 

3 Nickel, Oscar H . . . 



Renfrew 

1 Easton, Jean 

2 Anderson, Grace. . . 

3 Wade, Frederick A . 



Simcoe 

1 McMartin, Charles A 

2 MacArthur, W. Garlington , 

3 Wilson, Mary J 



Waterloo 

1 Hogg, Frank S. . . 

2 Gardener, Bert G . 

3 Irving, John A. . . 



Weiland 

1 Monrad, Carl C . . . 

2 Fawcett, Donald F. 

3 Snyder, Geo. A . . . . 



Wellington 

1 Cole, L. Irene 

2 Charlesworth, E. Harold, 

3 Baxter, Marv 



Wentworth 

1 Morrell, Harold A. 

2 Mcllroy, Thora R . 

3 McFarlane, Nelson 



York 

1 Davidson, Ada B 

2 Stiver, Lloyd H . . 

3 Ferguson, John . . 



Toronto 

1 Fineman, Leo . . 

2 Shiell, Doris N . 

3 Pusitz, Manuel 



60 
40 


00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 
60 
40 


00 
00 
00 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



Extra Services of Professional and Supervising Boards of Education ($5,750.00) 



Anglin, R. W 500 00 

Croskery, R. A 500 00 

Houston, J. A 500 00 

Lang, A. E 500 00 

Matheson, I 500 00 

Merchant, F. W 750 00 



Morgan, S. A 250 00 

Pakenham, Wm 500 00 

Rogers, G. F 500 00 

Smith, R. W 500 00 

Waugh, J 750 00 



Preparation of Text Books 

Salaries ($5,633.31) 

J. E. Wetherell General Editor of Text Books .\ 8 months 

S. J.Stubbs " " " " 4 '^'^ 

E. F. Dannison Senior Clerk ....._ 12 



2,666 64 
1,266 67 
1,700 00 



Statutory Salaries not Otherwise Provided For ($666.66) 

J. E. Wetherell Advisory Editor of Text Books 2 months 



666 66 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Preparation of Text Books — Continued 



Contingencies ($15,309.67) 



Alexandsr, W J., services revising 
read T 

Bhci-ie & Son, Limited, book. . . . 

Blyth, S., tnvelling expenses 

Bourgec is, Rev. I., trav. expenses, 
32. 4''-; services re m-=?mber com- 
mittee on Engliih-F"rencli text 
backs. 2^0.00 

Brigd>;^rs Limited, halftones, en- 
gravings, etc 

Ch inibers, W. R., Ltd., books 

Chant, C. A., services revising 
geography 

Charles, H., services revising gram- 
mar 

Conn. H., S3rvices revising readers. 
52.00; trav. expenses, 76.55. . . . 

Cook, A. L., services revising gram- 
mar 

Coombs, F. E., services revising 
readers 

Cornish, G. A., ssrvices revising 
geographv 

Copp Clarke Co., Ltd., books. . . . 

Dom. Dert. Trade and Commerce, 
copyright on text books 

Dunham, M B.. trav. expenses. . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., text books, 
comoosition and electrotype 
plates 

Educationnl Book Co., Ltd., plate 
for front's^iipce, 299.89; map of 
Europe, 350.00 

Fergus-^n, W. C, services revising 
grammar 

Field, J. M., s°r\^ices . revising 
readers, 58.00; trav. expenses, 
75. '5 

Finla\'S'"n, E.. trav. expenses. . . . 

Gage, W. ]., & Co., text books. . . 

Grip Limited, halftones and zincs, 
etc 

Hamilton, Dr. D. E., services re- 
vising geopranhy 

Hardv, Dr. E. A., services revising 
circular 

Heath. D. C, & Co., book 

Hunnis-'tt, N., services revising 
sch b'^ok keeping 

Husb?nd, A. T-, services revising 
grimmar, 25_00; trav. expen.ses, 
50.50 

Irwia, H. W., services revising 
er^m-nar 

Teflfrevs, C. W., driwings 

Karr, Pr. W. J., services revising 
circular 

King's Printer, stationery, 86.31; 
paper, 185.61; printing, 440.^1. 

Levan, L M., services revising 
circular, 35.00; geography, 
370.00 

MacDonald, J. F.., trav. expenses. 



54 00 

1 47 

10 90 



232 43 



2,206 
11 


28 
42 


50 


00 


35 


oo' 


128 


55 


35 


00 


58 00 


500 00 
19 84 


3 

7 


00 
05 



1,957 41 



049 


89 


30 00 


133 85 

4 05 

19 92 


421 


63 


,042 


00 


25 00 
1 34 



55 00 

75 50 

35 00 
102 00 

35 00 

712 73 



405 00 
17 70 



Macpherson, F", F., services revis- 
ing manual 200 00 

Marty, A. E., services revising 

German grammar 20 00 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., becks 1 20 

McDougall, N., services revising 

circular JO 00 

McLean, R. G., Ltd., compositicn, 

etc., re history of Canada 1,566 80 

McLav, W. S., services revising 

reader 50 00 

Macmillan Co., Ltd., books 24 48 

Mills, G. K., services revising 

geography 362 00 

Moore, W. F., trav. expenses. ... 3 00 

Ottawa Field Naturalist Club, book 3 00 

Oxford University Press, books. . 9 82 

Patterson and Heward, stamping 

die 48 00 

Perney, F. E., services revising 
readers, 52.00; trav. expenses, 

20.75 72 75 

Photo Engravers, Ltd., drawings, 

halftones, etc 427 55 

Postmaster, postage 150 00 

Powell, A., services re art manual 16 00 

Power, J. F., services revising 

readers 48 00 

Richards, Grant, Ltd., books 1 44 

Robertson, E., services revising 

sewing manual 250 00 

Routledge, Geo., & Sons, diction- 
ary 3 13 

Rogers, G. F., services revising 

geography 392 00 

Ryerson Press, books 51 16 

Sealey, E. M., services revising 

circular 35 00 

Smalloiece, H. E., advertising. ... 20 00 

Scrsoliel, M. A., services revising 

school book-keeping 53 00 

Stubbs, services revising readers 5^ 00 

Tamblyn, W. F., trav. expenses. . 7 20 

Taoscott, H. B., services revising 

German grammar 30 00 

Toronto Daily Star advertising. . 75 00 

Toronto Farmer's Sun, advertising 31 00 

Toronto Globe, advertising 64 20 

Toronto Evening Telegram, adver- 
tising 62 70 

Toronto Mail & Empire, advertis- 
ing - .. 60 90 

United Typewriter Co., inspections 12 00 
Van Every', J. F., services revising 

circular 35 00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, typeset- 
ting, plates, etc 1,216 13 

Whvte, D., services revising geog- 
raphy 500 00 

Wilcox Engraving Co., drawings. . 206 25 
Willson, A,, services revising gram- 
mar 35 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 53 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Preparation of Text Books — Continued 
Subventions to Publishers as Supplementing Retail Prices of Text Books ($158,051.78) 



Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 13,575 18 

Eaton, T., Co.. LtJ 105,652 91 

Gage. W. J., Co., Ltd 13,212 76 



Hunter, Ross Co., Ltd 174 59 

Micinillan Co., Ltd 1,475 16 

Ryerson Press 22,921 15 



S. A. Morgan 



Professional Training Schools ($4,800.00) 

■ . .Director 12 months 4, SCO 00 



Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training at Hamilton, London, North 
Bay, Ottawa, Peterborough, Stratford and Toronto ($41,039.00) 



Hamilton 

Hamilton Collegiate Institute 

Morris, A. W. (Principal 

Armstrong, G. F 

Clarke, H. V 

Clarke, W 

Devitt, S. G 

Elliott, H E 

Freeman, J. A 

Hill, Mary 

Jackson, J. S 

Lishman, F. R 

Marshall. F 

McCrimmon, L 

McGee, C. H 

Morrison, E 

Odium, E 

Owen, C. R 

Simpson, B. L 

Van Duzer, M 

Urban Model School 

Manning, A. E. (Principal) 

Banting, L 

Brown, ]. C 

Elliott, A. M 

Jamison, M 

Kapple, E 

McCallum, J. W 

McKenzie, E 

McKenzie, K 

Medley, M. B 

Montgomery, M 

Rio-h, E. V 

Sadler, CM 

Savage, B 

Sellars, A 

.Stannard, M 

Wood. J 

Woolcock, E 



Hess Model School 
Beattv, A. T- (Principal). 

Brown, N. P 

.Stock, M. I 



London 

Collegiate Institute 
Calvert, J. F. (Principal).. 

MacPherson, M. K 

McKellar, ] 

Miller, E A 

Continuation School 
McKone, E. H. (Principal). 



400 00 
28 00 
14 00 
32 00 
40 00 
62 00 
24 00 
30 00 
14 00 
18 00 
28 00 
30 00 
54 00 
10 00 
28 00 
48 00 
52 00 
30 00 

400 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
150 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 

350 00 
300 00 
300 00 



352 00 
284 .00 
,13 6 00 
400 00 

400 00 



Simcoe -St. School 

Wallis, W. (Principal) ". 400 00 

Buckle, M 300 00 

Fawkes, Z 300 00 

Fisher, F 300 00 

Hodges, A 300 00 

Hutton, J 300 00 

Lancaster, E 300 00 

McCamus, L. D 300 00 

Rogers, D 300 00 

Skelton, M 300 00 

Upshall, M 300 00 

Walton, J 3C0 CO 

Tecumseh St. School 

Parkinson, J. T. (Principal) .... 350 00 

Edwards, G. N 3f CO 

Fleming, M 3fO CO 

Ingamells, E 3C0 CO 

McNaughton, C 3C0 00 

Morris, G 300 00 

Wortlev Road School 

Wvatt, W. V. (Principal) 350 00 

Knott, E. A 300 00 

McKone, S 300 00 

Smith, P. L 300 00 

North Bay 

Worthington .St. .School 

Brett, M. E 200 00 

Brown, M. V 125 00 

Burns, K 125 00 

Collins, M 200 00 

Deneau, N 200 00 

Forder, M. A 200 00 

Grassie, S. C 200 00 

Hansford, A 125 00 

Inglis, J. W 200 00 

Johnson, O 200 00 

"Kav, R 200 00 

Kelsall. M. G 200 00 

McCaulev, E 200 00 

McLaughlin, B 200 00 

McQuaig, E.J 100 00 

200 00 

200 00 

125 00 

200 00 

125 00 

2 '10 00 

200 00 

200 00 



Monteith, B, 
Monteith, E. 

Muller, J 

Patterson, A. E . 

Secor, E 

Smvth, C 

St Louis, L. M . 
Thompson, I.E. 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training at Hamilton, London, North 
Bay, Ottawa, Peterborough, Stratford and Toronto — Continued 



Ottawa 

Elgin St. School 

McGreggor, J. (Principal) 350 00 

Debbie, J. G 300 00 

Johnston, M. M 300 00 

Pharoah, W. R 300 00 

Robertson, O. R 300 00 

Smith, A. I 300 00 

Wellington St. School 

Neale, W. J. (Principal) 140 00 

Duprau, C. R. (Principal) 210 00 

Burns, M 300 00 

Dunlop, W. F 300 00 

Flewellvn, B. A 300 00 

Pettit, B. M 300 00 

Smith, M. R 300 00 

Stothers, F. R 300 00 

Peterborough 

Central School 

Downev, R. F. (Principal) 400 00 

Bennett, S 300 00 

Buck, J 300 00 

Cadwell, L 100 00 

Denne, M 300 00 

Dix, E 300 00 

Esplen, L 300 00 

Frost, E. R 200 00 

Nichol, E.J 300 00 

Steer, O. M 300 00 

Thomlinson, E 300 00 

Queen Alexandra School 

Park. M. H. (Principal) 400 00 

Dearborn, F. H 300 00 

Morron, E. M 300 00 

Morron, M. H 300 00 

Ross, M 300 00 

Rummings, M 300 00 

Rush, L. H 150 00 

Thompson, B. L 300 00 

Walker, F. D 300 00 

Yelland, G 300 00 



Stratford 

Romeo School 
Slaughter, G. (Principal). 

Dunbar, P 

Easson, I 

Eidt, B 

Frank, B 

Garden, F 

Gaudy, J 

Johnston, J 

MacNichol, M 

Munro, M 

Philips, L 

Wood, M 



Juliet School 
MacGreggor, M. (Principal). 

Chalmers, P 

Mackenzie, R 

Mortin, J 

McDonald, M 

Rutherford, M 



Toronto 

Orde St. School 
MacDonald, D. D. (Principal). 

Brown, I. B 

Carling, J 

Cattanach, M. L 

Davis, M. E 

Heron, V 

Holman, M 

MacDonald, N. 

Mann, L. B 

Martin, T. H. W 

McGuire, A. E 

Munro, D. E 

Mather, L. E 

Snider, E. M. 

Sturgeon, K 

Walicin, G. F 

Williamson, J. .S 

Park Model School 

Kelly, E. B 

Springstead, R. R 



400 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 

350 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



400 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 

150 00 
150 00 



Grants to Caretakers for Services in Mode! Schools, used for Training of Teachers 

($980.00) 



Hamilton 

Bowman, A 60 00 

Fairbanks, E 200 00 



London 

Austin, A. E. 
Henshaw, S. 

May, T 

Smith, M.. . 



Ottawa 

Farrell, J. H. 
Murphy, H. 



60 00 

100 00 

19 88 

40 12 



60 00 
60 00 



Peterborough 

Northcott, R. 
Watson, C. F. 



Stratford 

Kerr, C 

Robertson, J. A. 



60 00 
60 00 



100 00 
60 00 



Toronto 

Jennings, A 100 00 



Services and Expenses of Lecturers in Connection with the Course for Training First- 

Class Teachers ($400.00) 



Gray, N. R. 



200 00 



Mooney, W. H. T 200 00 



1922-23 



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D 55 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Temporary Teachers, Normal and Model Schools, in cases of Illness or on Leave 

($1,470.75) 



Services at 2.00 per diem: 
Robertson, M. E 



Services at 4.75 per diem: 

Gerron, E 

McCordic, M 



Services at 5.00 per diem: 

Anderson, H. L 

Bingham, V 

Blood, G. A 

Chapman, S 

Chue, I. IVI 

Clark, M. A 

Crawford, V 

Cunningham, F 

Dunning, F 

Ellis, S 

Flewelling, B. I 

Fallis, C 

Fowler, M. R 

Gay, A 

Gilpin, M 

Gowan, W 

Griffin, J 

Hill, M. B 

Husband, H. M 

Jackson, M 

Jessup, L 

Kennedy, M 

Kyle, D 

Leckie, M 

Lee, H 

Lowrie, L N 

Macham, E. M 

Macmillan, D 

MacRae, A 

Magee, A. N 

Mcintosh, M 

McKav, L 

McMahan, E 

Morgatroyd, M. 

Mulvena, N 

Myers, M 

Owens, E 

Patterson, W 

Paul, I 

Puckering, V 

Purvis, D 



10 00 



4 75 
4 75 



30 00 
10 00 
35 00 
10 00 
18 75 
10 00 
30 00 
16 25 
25 00 
10 00 
15 00 
15 00 
10 00 
30 00 

25 00 
5 00 

15 00 
10 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 
15 00 
15 00 
30 00 
15 00 

26 25 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

5 00 
15 00 
20 00 
10 00 
15 00 

5 00 

5 00 
10 00 

5 00 
15 00 

5 00 
15 00 



Reid, M. E.. . . 

Reid, R 

Robertson, M.. 
Russel, M. K.. 
Stewart, A. . . . 

Tett, E 

Urens, F 

Wagg, O 

Wall, R. E.... 
Wetthum, J. B, 



Services at 6.25 per diem: 

Arnold, G 

Edgar, B 

Little, W. H 

McCordie, M 

Pike, L. W 

Piatt, A. N 

Thompson, Geo 

Uren, F 215 50 

Wall, E 3 75 

Will, G 37 50 



10 


00 


25 


00 


15 


00 


30 


00 


10 


00 


15 


05 


8 


70 


15 


00 


27 


50 


5 


00 


6 


25 


31 


25 


56 


25 


6 


25 


6 


25 


6 


25 


43 


75 



Services at 6.50 per diem: 
Crossle^^ F. M 



3 25 



Services at 7.00 per diem : 

Anderson, F 

Murray, I 

Potter, C. H 



Services at 7.50 per diem: 

Broadfoot, N 

Crawford, V 

Cresnick, C 

Cunningham, F 

Cunningham, J 

Elford, M 

Griffin, J 

Hayhoe, M 

Leckie, M 

Maclean, A 

Mallorv, H 

Rvnard, R 

Witthum, LB 



Services at 9.50 per diem: 

Hinnan, H 

Ritchie, S 



14 


00 


7 


00 


47 


00 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


75 


11 


25 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


75 


7 


50 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 



Travelling and Moving Expenses of Normal and Model School Teachers Transferred 

($758.71) 

Campbell, T. D 39 68 Prendergast, Wm 32123 

Marks, C. E 397 80 

Frontier College ($5,000.00) 

Grant .' 5,000 00 



Expenses in Connection with the League of the Empire ($498.80) 

Ltd., catering, r 



C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, registra- 
tion of cable address, 5.00; 
cablegrams, 3.65 



8 65 



Coles, Geo., 

O. E. A 

Croft and Wright, envelopes. 



70 00 
15 50 



D56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Expenses in Connection with the League of the Empire — Continued 

League of the Empire, copies of tarv, 100.00; stationery, etc., 

Review 92 62 41.97 

MacNamara, R., services typing. . 3 00 White, K., balance of expenses re 

Postmaster, postage 9 00 illness 

Wainright, D., typing 79 89 Women's Art Assoc, of Canada, 

Standish, F. M., services as secre- rent of gallery and refreshments. 



141 97 
48 17 
30 00 



Special Grants to Art Department and Teachers in Art in Public, 
Continuation Schools, and Contingencies ($4,880, 



Public School Board 

Aurora 

McDermid,K 

Brantford 

" Laborde, L . . . . 

" Rutherford, M. 

" Miller. I 

3 Brantford 

" Smith, B 

Cobourg 

Anderson, G 

Copper Cliff 

Craig, V 

Erieau 

Parsons, R 

Guelph 

" Murray, A. . . . 
Hamilton 

" Depew, V. V . . 
Iroquois Falls 

Megrow, W 

Long Branch 

Del mage, V 

London 

" Lince, E 

" McGill, M . . . . 

" Mulveney, M.. 
Marmora 

" Riddle, G 

Mimico 

« Wright, E 

" Parks, N. M . . 
New Toronto 

" Austin, J 

Owen Sound 

" Shaw, H. H . . . 

« Smith, D 

" Andrews, K. . . 
Pembroke 

" Dewar, R 

Port Colborne 

" Scott, E. N. . . . 
Rodney 

Ackford, M 

S. Porcupine 

" Burns, T 

St. Catharines 

Bernath, E 

St. Thomas 

" Adkins, B 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 



60 00 



40 00 



50 00 
30 00 



140 00 



20 00 
40 00 



40 00 
120 00 



40 00 
40 00 



40 00 



30 00 



40 


00 


120 
120 
120 


00 
00 
00 


70 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


80 


00 


100 


00 


60 


00 


40 


00 


30 


00 


80 

80 

240 


00 
00 
00 


40 00 


40 
40 


00 
00 


80 


00 


80 
80 
80 


00 
00 
00 


80 


00 


80 


00 


40 00 


60 


00 


60 


00 



60 00 



Public School Board 

Sudburv 

" Fisher, C. R. L. . 
Thorold 

" Lorriman, L. G. . 
Toronto 

" MofTatt, M 

" Sample, J 

" Robinson, A 

Tweed 

" Moran, G 

Windsor 

" McKercher, E. . . 

" Thomson, T 

15 York 

" Mainprize, N 

22 York 

" McLeod, H 

27 York 

" Blackburn, A.. . . 
29 York 

" Buchanan, M.. . . 

Separate School Board 

Amherstburg 

" Sr. F. Borgier. . . . 
Arnprior 

" Sr.M. William. . 
Brockville 

" Sr. M. Agatha.. . 
Eganville 

" Sr. Margrct 

Gananoque 

" Sr. M. Rose 

Hamilton 

" Sr. Eucheria 

Killaloe 

" Sr. M. Nativity. . 
Renfrew 

" Sr. St. Unis 

Sandwich 

" Sr. John Berch- 

mens 

Smith's Falls 

" Sr. M. Clare 

Sudbury 

" Sr. St. A. Corsini. 
Trenton 

" Sr. M. Rodiguez. 
Westport 

" Sr. St. Agnes 



Separate and 
00) 

School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 





40 


00 


120 


00 










100 


00 




20 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 






20 


00 






20 


00 


40 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


40 


00 






40 


00 











40 


00 


80 


00 


120 

120 

40 


00 
00 
00 


80 


00 


120 
80 


00 
00 


30 


00 


60 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


80 


00 


80 


00 


40 


00 


80 


00 


40 


00 


80 


00 


40 


00 



40 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D57 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Grants to S'-hool Boards, Supervisors and Teachers to encoura|e courses of Music in 

PubHc Separate and Contin ,ation Schools, and to provide for Inspection, 

Travelling Expenses and Contnigencies ($7,179.97) 



Treasurer, 

Public School Board 

Belleville 

" Rankin, I 

" Roberts, M . . . . 
Birchcliffe 

" Reece, E 

Brockville 

" Thresher, W. H 
Cannington 

" Philip, L 

Chatham 

" Cummings, G B 

Essex 

Fairbank 

" Magee, C 

" Morris, G. F. . . 

" Perry, P 

Fcrd 

" Showers, I 

Fort Francis 

" Andrew, R. . . . 
Gait 

" Nichol, J. L... 

Guelph 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 



50 00 
20 00 
2000 
60 00 



40 00 
80 00 



20 00 
20 00 
60 00 
50 00 



80 00 
80 00 

80 00 

40 00 

40 00 

120 66 



80 00 
80 00 
40 00 

40 00 

so' 66 
126 6o 



Murray, A. H.C 40 00 

" Barton, G. A.. . 

Hamilton 20 00 

" Hardy, G. B . . . 

Kingston 60 00 

" Hill, H 

KingsviUe 50 00 

Kitchener 30 00 

" Yule, J. L 

Leamington 50 00 

" McKenzie, A.. . 

London 60 00 

" Quantz, E. W. G 120 00 

Midland 20 00 

" Briston, G 

Mimico • 40 00 

" Blackburn, A 

Mitchell 

" Farrant, M 

New Toronto 40 00 

" Elsworth, M 

Orangeville 20 00 

" Fessop, J. E. . . . 

Ottawa 60 00 

" Smith, J. A 

Owen Sound 50 00 

" Timms, F. W.. . 

Paris.. 40 00 

" Mulherron, T... 

Schumacher 

" Quinlan, T 

Simcoe 40 00 

" Marshall, P. G 

S. Porcupine 20 00 

" Burns, T 

?t. Mary's 50 00 

" Bishop, W. H 



60 00 

40 60 

120 60 

120 00 
120' 00 



80 00 

80 60 
80 60 
40 06 
80 00 
120 60 

40' 00 

80 00 
46 60 
80 00 

40" 00 

100 00 - 



St. Thomas 

" Abbott, G 

Stratford 

" Bottomley, I . . • 
Sudbury 

" Bain, B 

Swansea 

" Anderson, H. D. 
Thessalon 

" McConnell, A. . 
Toronto 360 00 

" McKenzie, D. . . 

" Tedd, E. M.... 

" Dunkley, C.R. . 

" McLeod, R. D.. 

" Lemon, A. F . . . 

" Johnston, B. E . 
WalkerviUe 

" Findlay, A 

" Hallman, G . . . . 

Waterloo 

Windsor 

" Bull. H.W 

" Snetman, G. . . . 
Woodstock 

" Illingsworth, 

H.E 

22 York 

" Clarke, P. S.... 

27 York. 

" Gillies, T 

28 York 

" Gollins, E 

29 York 

" Hamilton, A. . . . 

32 York 

" McLure, A 

Treasurer, R.C.S.S. Board 

Arn prior 

" Gonzaga, Sr. M. 
Belleville 

" Patricia, Sr. M . 
Brockville 

" Madeline, Sr.M. 
Guelph 

" Christine, Sr.M. 
Milmay 

" Regina, Sr. M . . 
Sudbury 

" Eulalie, Sr. M . . 
Toronto 

" M. Leniss 

Waterloo 

" Eustace, Sr. M . 

Services and Travelling Expenses 

Cringan, A. T., ser- 
vices at 10.00 per 
diem, 675.00; travel- 
ling expenses, 234.97 909 97 



School Teacher's 


Grant 


Grant 




40 66 


60 00 






80 66 




46 06 




80 06 




40 06 


?60 00 






120 06 




120 00 




120 00 




120 00 




120 00 




120 00 


40 00 






46 06 




40 00 


30 00 




80 00 






126 66 




40 00 


60 00 






120 00 


20 00 






40 06 


40 00 






80 06 


50 00 






120 00 


20 00 






40 06 


20 00 






40 06 




46' 66 


20 00 






46 06 




40' 06 




40 06 




40 06 




40 06 




46 06 




86 06 



D58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Grants to Rural School Boards for use of Schools for Observation Purposes and 

Contingencies ($3,450.00) 

Trustees, Public Stchool Section 

5 Barton 150 00 

Burlington Beach 150 00 

3 Downey 150 00 

UIO Easthope, N. & S 150 00 



2 Ellice. 

3 " 

7 Etobicoke 

10 " 

1 B. Ferris 

U3 Flaniboro and Ancaster. 

3 Gloster 

25 " 



75 00 
75 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 



Ul King and Whitchurch 

U3 « " 

18 London 


150 00 
150 00 
150 00 


21 " 




ISO 00 


22 " 




150 00 


28 " 




150 00 


12 Nepean 

16 Otonabee . . 




150 00 
150 00 


3 Smith 




150 00 


5 " 




150 00 


5 Widdifield. . 




150 00 


3 York 




150 00 



Grants to Teachers in Rural Public Schools used for Observation Purposes ($6,900.00) 



Armstrong, V. 300 00 

Beaumont, N 300 00 

Bradford, L. E 300 00 

Brownlee, I. C 300 00 

Evans, G 300 00 

Giliispie, J 300 00 

Grieve, H 300 00 

Hardy, C 300 00 

Husband, L. M 25 48 

Hutty, G..... 300 00 

Jacques, D 76 41 

Loventure, L 300 00 

Liddle, V. J 300 00 



Limon, A 300 00 

Lydford, H. O 198 11 

Miller, M 300 00 

Muir, M. A 300 00 

Murray, J 300 00 

Ney, A 300 00 

Pace, S.." 300 00 

Patterson, H 80 65 

Rigney, W. G 219 35 

Ryan, 1 300 00 

Scott, F. A 300 00 

Sutton, R. A 300 00 

Whitson, D 300 00 



Travelling Expenses of Normal School Students to Rural Public Schools for Nature 

Study ($3,931.51) 



Blue Bonnet Taxi Co., livery hire. 2 00 

Blewitt, S., livery hire 402 00 

Brantford & Hamilton Ry. Co., 

fares of students 52 65 

Bowman, B., fares 25 

Can. Nat. Ry., fares of students. . 133 55 

Cole, J., liverj' hire 78 50 

Doyle, J. J., " 265 00 

Grand Trunk Ry., fares of students 54 60 

Greggory and Jury, lunch kit 4 00 

Hamilton Street Ry. Co., fares of 

students 40 00 

Hamilton Radial Ry. Co., fares of 

students 95 10 

Hamilton-Dundas Bus Line, fares 

of students 39 50 

Johns, T. O.. livery hire 27 00 

Landreville, M. " " , 583 00 



Lillon, E. A. " " 

Lillon,J. N. " " 

Lindsay, E., fares 

London Street Ry. Co., fares of 

students 

Ottawa Electric Ry., fares of 

students 

Rennie, J., livery hire 

Royal Winter Fair, admission fees. 

Rutledge, E. M., fares 

Toronto Suburban Ry. Co., fares 

of students 

Toronto Transportation Commis- 
sion, fares of students 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 

fares of students 

Wagner, G., livery hire 



6 


75 


48 


30 




60 


350 


00 


77 


00 


9 


00 


66 


00 




55 


510 


00 


281 


00 


810 


16 


2 


00 



Grants to Public School Inspectors for Services in connection with visits to Public 
Schools of Normal School Students and Masters ($290.00) 



Ballard, W. H. . , 
Broderick, G. E , 
Campbell, A. L. 
Carefoot, G. A.. 
Dowsley, U. C . . 
Greer, V. K . . . . 

IrA'in, Wm 

Maxwell, T. P.. 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 



Mowat, A 

Mulloy, C. W. . 

Richard, L 

Robinson, J. B . 
Smith, J. H. ... 
Thompson, P. J 
Trench, W. A. . 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D59 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Travelling Expenses of Normal School Masters and Inspectors in Visiting Rural Schools 
with Public School Inspectors (172.80) 



Mark, C. E 

McEachern, J. G. 



22 67 
19 75 



Morgan, G. 



30 38 



Teaching Manual Training and Household Science to Rural School Teachers, 

including services, per diem allowances to assist in paying Travelling 

and other Expenses of Students, and Contingencies ($1,966.40) 



Services 

Elliott, C. E 300 00 

Green, C. E 120 00 

Monaghan, L 120 00 

Painter, A J 300 00 

Miscellaneous 

Ogilvy Co. Ltd., canvas, ging- 
ham, wools, etc 15 80 



21 10 



Semmens, J. M., groceries 

Slaughter, L., caretaker, Hamil- 
ton N.S., at 2.50 per diem 

Sundry students, per diem 

allowances 1,027 00 



62 50 



A. W. Beall , 



Lecturer Rural and Urban Schools ($1,700.00) 

Lecturer 12 months 1,700 00 



Special Lectures in Rural and Urban Schools, including Travelling Expenses and 

Contingencies ($940.36) 



Beall, A. W., trav. expenses 546 80 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. . . 65 

Goodchild, F. D., Co., books 10 89 



King's Printer, stationery, 113.39; 

printing, 229.12; paper, 23.77... 366 28 

Postmaster, postage 8 00 

Ryerson Press, books 7 74 



Special Lectures at Normal Schools, including Travelling Expenses and Contingencies 

($489.75) 

Hagden, F. W., lectures at 35.00 each, 105.00; trav. expenses, 19.75 124 75 

Milligan, J. L., " " " 105 00 

Yeigh, F., " « " 245.00; trav. expenses, 15.00 260 00 



Medical and Dental Inspection, Public and Separate Schools 
Salaries ($22,607.78) 

Dr. J. T. Phair Chief School Medical Officer 12 months 

Dr. M try McKenzie Smith Medical Inspection Officer 12 " 

Dr. Letitia Sirrs 

Dr. Harriett McM.Cockburn 

Dr. Lucy G. Neelands 

Agnes Curtin 

Dr. Elizabeth Kiteley 



12 
,12 
, 3 
. 6 

12 



Ella J. Jamieson Chief School Nurse 12 

Helen D. Shearer School Nurse 12 



Ethel Campbell " 

Harriett Graydon " 

Muriel V. Lowry " 

Helena Lunn " 

Nettie E. Howey " 



12 
.11 
.12 
12 
12 



4,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

500 16 

967 62 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,440 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 



Grants, Services, Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($37,819.88) 



Temporary Services as Nurses 
at 125.00 per month 

Hunt, Ella 1,250 00 

Johnston, B. E 1,250 00 

Lee, Margaret 1,250 00 

Misner, M. E 1,250 00 

Willoughby, C 1,375 00 



Temporary Services as Inspector 
at 7.50 per diem 

Gray, E. R 



195 00 



Travelling Expenses 

Campbell, E. B 1,304 15 

Cockburn, H 1,208 00 



D60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



Grants, Services, Travelling Expenses and Contingencies — Continued 



TravelJIng Expenses — Continued 

Curtin, A. A 

Gray, E. R . . .^ 

Graydon. H. E 

How'ev, N. E 1 

Hunt,' Ella 

Jamieson, E. J 

Johnson, B. E 

Kiteley, E 1 

Lee, Margaret 1 

Lowry, M. V 1 

Lunn. M. H 1 

Wisner, M. E^ 1 

Neelands, L. G 

Phair, Dr. J. T 

Shearer, H.D 1 

Sirrs, L. K 1 

Smith, M. McK 1 

Wiiloughby, C 1 

Miscellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 
Ccnsolidated Optical Co.. test 

cards 

Day Sign Co., cards 

Dcin. Express Co., charges. . . . 
Duttcn, E. P., & Co., book .... 
Gocdchild, F. D., & Co.. books. 
Hartz, J. P.. Co., Ltd., tongue 

blades 

H. M. Staticncry Office, London, 

England, books 

House Brcs., cartage 

Hudson, Parker, Ltd., nurse's 

gowns 

King's Printer, stationery, 245.44; 

printing, 87. 2Q; paper, 5.98. .. 
RiacMillan & Norquay Bros., 

rental, scales 

RIcAinsh &Co., Ltd., book 

Newspapers and Periodicals 

Postmaster, postage stamps .... 

Prescott Journal, printing 

Prest-0-Lite Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

cylindtrof gas 

Roval Typewriter Co., tvpev. ritcr, 

12L50; keytops, 4.50. 

Grants 
Treasurer, Public School Board 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Dundas 



477 


39 


56 


43 


730 


53 


ISO 


42 


6 V 2 


32 


396 


81 


8. SO 


23 


,438 


41 


,100 


73 


,292 


45 


,159 


65 


,078 


20 


3F:i 


85 


704 


38 


,300 


45 


,119 


07 


.544 


79 


,136 


79 



49 40 



6 


00 


8 


00 


52 


05 


12 


72 


3^ 


75 


50 


CO 


1 


44 


9 


30 


7 


50 


338 


71 


2 


00 


5 


00 


34 


21 


152 


00 


2 


00 


14 


75 


126 


CO 


155 


CO 


114 


CO 


318 


00 


155 


00 


135 


00 


95 


00 



Fort Frances 60 00 

Fort William 246 00 

Gait 156 00 

Hamilton 1,284 00 



Kitchener. 
London .. . 
Midland... 
Mimico .. . 



225 00 

654 00 

160 00 

95 CO 

Niagara Falls 150 CO 

100 00 

255 00 

115 00 

228 00 

1 20 00 

165 00 

117 00 

504 00 

99 00 

35 00 

190 CO 

180 00 

165 00 



OriUia 

Oshawa 

Parry Sound. . . . 
Sault Ste. Marie. 

Sudbury 

Walkerville 

Welland 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

11 York 

15 York 

26 York 

28 York 



Treasurer, R.C.S.S. Board 

Windsor 



147 00 



Treasurer, School Medical Committee 

Bowmanville, Orono and Clark 
Township 

Brant Township, W'aterford and 
Onondaga .' 

Bridgeburg, Fort Erie and Bertie 
Township 

Clinton and Tuckersmith Town- 
ship 

Goderich and Colborne Town- 
ship 

Nepean Township, S.S. 1 and 2 . . 

Oakville, Milton and Trafalgar 
Township 

Peel Count>', north half, and 
Georgetown 

Peel County, south half, and 
Brampton 

Penetangand Tiny Township. . . 

Ridgetown and Oxford Township 

Salttleetand Barton Township . . 

Stamford Township and Chip 
pawa 

Thorold and Thorold Township. 

Winchester, Chesterville and 
Winchester Tow nship 

Wlngham and Turnber. y Town- 
ship 

29, 32 and 33 York 

10, 12, 13 and 15, Scarboro 



68 


00 


120 


00 


400 


00 


160 


00 


370 
120 


00 
00 


380 


CO 


80 


00 


240 

248 

42 

200 


00 
00 
00 
00 


340 
400 


00 
00 


342 


00 


360 
350 
4G0 


00 
00 
00 



Visual Instruction in Schools ($2,573.11 

Salary ($2,200.00) 

Lyman B. Jackes 12 months 



Travelling Expenses 
Jackes, L. B.... 



Contingencies (S373.ll) 
156 CO 



Miscellaneous 

Bea\er Lock Co., key 

Can. Xat. Express Co., charges. 



2,200 00 



25 
45 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D61 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

Visual Instruction in Schools — Continued 
Contingencies — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

Canadian Picture Frame Co., 

picture frames 13 80 

Dom. Express Co., charges 45 

House Bros., cartage 2 00 

Hughes Owens Co., water colour 75 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., blue glass. 35 

King's Printer, stationery 51 73 



Moses, A. A., screw driver 35 

Ontario Rubber Co., tubing 75 

Presbyterian Publications, boxes 

for lantern slides 21 60 

Ramsay, J. G., Co., photo sup- 
plies, lantern plates, etc 108 40 

Tvrrell, H. C, & Co., lantern 
'plates 16 23 



Attendance of County and other Inspectors at Training Schools and for Visits to 

Schools in Canada and United States, including Board, Travelling Expenses 

and Contingencies ($1,005.68) 



Travelling Expenses 
Broderick, G. E , 

Cole, J. M 

Edwards, J. J. .. 
Field, J. M 



158 31 

224 78 

35 15 

239 14 



Liddy, W. R . . 
McVicar, A. . .. 
Sexton, J. H.. . 
Walkom, D. T. 



201 15 
49 60 
28 05 
69 50 



Fees of Returned Soldiers, attending Academic and Professional Courses to Qualify 

as Teachers ($2,719.00) 

Bursar — University of Toronto 2,719 CO 



Per Diem Allowances to and Travelling Expenses incurred by Returned Soldiers attend- 
ing Academic and Professional Courses to Qualify as Teachers ($17,319.30) 



Sundry students, allowances 15,662 00 



Sundry students, trav. expenses. . . 1,657 30 



Grant to Soldiers' Aid Hostel— "Bon-Air" ($450.00) 

Soldiers' Aid Commission Grant , 



450 00 



NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 
TORONTO 

Salaries ($85,686.50) 

Samuel J. RadclifTe Principal 12 months 

Jos. \V. Firth Department Master 12 " 

C. E. Mark " " 12 " 

David Whvte " " 12 " 

S. J. Stubbs " " 8 " 

Wm. H. T. Moonev " " 2 " 

R. H. Walks ' " " 12 " 

Auta Powell Drawing Master 12 " 

J. D. Campbell " " 11 " 

Guv de Lestard French Master 12 " 

A. T. Cringan Music Master 12 " 

Thorton Mustard Head Master of Bovs' Model School 11 " 

Frank McCordick " " "' « " 1 " 

Frank McCordick Assistant Boys' Model School 11 " 

(( (i an 17 (( 

(( (( (( a 1 <( 

(( a « <( ■[■) a 

« (t u a 2 <' 

« « « « 1Q (( 

« « (( « 19 " 

« « i( (I 19 « 

M. K. Caulfield Head Mistress Girls' Model School . . . . .12 " 

A. F. Laven Assistant " " " 12 " 

Alice A. Harding " " " " 12 " 

Isibelle Richardson " " " " 12 « 

Jessie I. Cross " " " " 12 " 



C. D. Bouck 

Laura J. Wilkinson . . . 

Adam McLeod 

Gordon S. Apperlev . . 
Frederick W^ Schnick 
Chirters T. Sharpe . . . 
Edith V. Phillips. 



4,200 00 
3,CC0 GO 
3,300 00 
3.600 00 
2,200 00 

500 00 
3,450 00 
2,400 00 
3,163 34 

6C0 00 
2,400 00 
2,750 CO 

250 00 
2,2CO CO 
2,400 00 

156 52 

i,8ro CO 
.^ro 00 

1,583 32 
l,c;CO CO 
1,500 00 
2,000 CO 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 CO 
1,600 fO 



D62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
TORONTO— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Miriam Thompson Pianist 12 months 250 00 

Marv F. Uren Drill Master 10 " 500 00 

Caro'lvn Stockton " " 1 " 50 00 

Arthur F. Hare Writing Master 12 " 6C0 00 

E. H. Price Instructor in Calisthenics 12 " 1,CC0 CO 

Mrs. M. W. Brown Instructor in Reading 12 " fXO 00 

M. E. Macintyre Director of Kindergarten 12 " 2,4C0 00 

Elizabeth R. Cringan Assistant Director of Kindergarten 12 " 1,4C0 00 

Lillian B. Harding Teacher of Kindergarten Primary 12 " 1,8C0 00 

Maud M. Watterworth " ^ " _ " 12 " 1,500 00 

James H. Wilkinson Instructor in Manual Training 12 " 2,4C0 00 

Nina A. Ewing Instructor in Household Science 12 " 2,300 00 

Gladys M. Breed " " " 10 " 1,583 32 

Mabel E. Hay " " " 2 " 3C0 00 

Jean L. Merchant Librarian 12 " 1,5C0 00 

Charlotte Vining Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 1 ,2C0 CO 

Charles Soady Supt. Buildings and Grounds 12 " 2,000 CO 

George F. Chandler Engineer 12 " 1,4C0 00 

E. Trowell Fireman 12 " 1,300 00 

Wm. Worley " 12 " 1,3C0 00 

G.Hopkins " 12 " 1,3C0 00 

Thomas Hunt Labourer en Grounds 12 " 1,3C0 CO 

E. Knox Janitor of Normal Schcol 12 " 850 00 

E. Marshall Janitor of Boys' Model Schcol 12 " 850 00 

B.Simpson " Girls' " " 12 " 850 00 

J. Cormack Cleaner and Helper 12 " 1,3C0 CO 

Peter P. Harrison Fireman 12 " 1,2C0 00 



Marie V. Bibbv 



Statutory Salaries not otherwise provided for ($500,00) 

Teacher 2 months 



500 CO 



Allowance to Wm. Prendergast in lieu of arrears of salary for fiscal year 1921-22 ($125.00) 

Prendergast, Wm., arrears of salary , . . 125 00 

Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($3,724.00) 

Dunlop, M Teacher at 3.50 per diem 147 00 

Mustard, T " 250.00 per month 250 00 

Parrish, S. J " 3.50 per diem 77 00 

Sinclair, Mrs. M. G " 250.00 per month 3,250 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($6,959.61) 



Reference Books 

Davidson, Wm., & Sons 303 23 

Dom. Pub. Co. 37 50 

Encyclopedia Britannica 198 90 

French, Samuel 67 52 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 155 79 

Grolier Socy., Ltd 64 00 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 145 36 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd 6 10 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons 50 19 

Ryerson Press 211 12 

School Arts Magazine 8 10 



Periodicals 

Can. Historical Review. 
Dawson, Wm., & Sons . . 
Farmers' Advocate 



2 00 

191 69 

1 50 



International Index 

Reader's Guide 

School, The 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail & Empire. 



14 75 

7 00 

562 50 

12 00 

6 00 



Stationery 

King's Printer, paper, 22.60; 
stationery, 3,055.58; printing, 
316.37 3,394 55 

Wilson, H. W., Co 8 50 

Services 

Grant, Cherrv, as library assist- 
ant at 1,200.00 per annum. . . 1,000 00 

HalHday, F. F 65 21 

Vann, Ruth, asst. secretary 126 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D63 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODfiL SCHOOLS— Continued 
TORONTO— Conrinued 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies. — Continued 



Advertising 

Toronto Telegram 

Toronto Mail & Empire. 



Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 210.72; messages, 
4.05 . 

Burroughes Adding Machine 
Co., Ltd., supplies 

Canada Cartage Co., cartage . . . 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages 

Dom. Express Co., charges 



30 
50 



214 77 



48 
00 
50 
15 
43 
00 



Gaylord Bros., picture holders. . . 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 

Heintzman & Co., moving piano 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., supplies. 

Moore's, Ltd., tape 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, renewal 

pages 

Perry Pictures, pictures 

Postmaster, stamps 

Royal Typewriter Co., repairs. . 

Simpson, Robt., Co., basket 

Supt. Documents, Washington, 

reports 

United Typewriter Co., repairs. . 
Wainwright, D., typing 



Text and Blank Books, etc., for Model School Pupils ($2,100.89) 



Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 134 32 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 53 37 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd.. .'. 208 60 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd 67 50 

Hunter, Rose Co., Ltd 1152 



King's Printer, binding, 534.42; 
printing, 2.48; stationery, 966.70 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

Ryerson Press 



5 


39 


3 


46 


4 


00 


4 


60 


1 


00 


5 


00 


10 


00 




42 


15 


15 


1 


50 


1 


80 


1 


15 


33 


50 



1,503 60 
65 22 
56 76 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($317.99) 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., paper 125 85 Rsnnie, W^n , Co.,. decorations. . . . 31 00 

Kmg's Printer, printing 8 33 Simmons & Son, dscorations 30 00 

Mclntyre, Miss, decorations 1 70 Simoson, Robt., Co., Ltd., dacora- 

McKay School Equipment Ltd., tions 7 50 

supplies 113 61 

Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($29.10) 

Anglo-Can. Music Co., sheet music 21 68 Easton, F., Co., records 1 25 

Columbia Graphophone Co., rec- 
ords, etc 6 17 



Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($2,737.14) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Brown Bros., Ltd., millboard, etc. 

Burrows, Stewart & Milne Co., 
plates 

Can. Laboratory Supplies Ltd., 
electric supplies 

City Dairy, milk 

Cottage Laundry Co., washing 
covers 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., testers. 

Hartz, J. P., & Co., first aid kits.. . . 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., supplies. . . . 

King's Printer, stationery 

Lyman Bros., supplies 



69 


93 


27 


62 


16 


00 


31 


69 


12 


00 


1 


30 


144 00 


38 00 


,027 


00 


267 


63 




15 



Marshall, Geo., chemicals 

McKee, W. J., provisions 

McKay School Equipment, Ltd., 

paper, cards, etc 

Menzies & Co., Ltd., supplies 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

lantern slides 

Pearsall, Geo., &Son, hardware.. . . 
Rennie, Wm., Co., Ltd., dishes.. . . 
Simpson, Robt., Co., dishes, 

cloth, etc 

Stanley, J. M., provisions 

Tamblyn, G., supplies 

Thorndyke, W. H., provisions 

Williams, C. B., Co., lumber 372 67 



2 


55 




29 


66 


80 


4 


20 


79 


65 


36 


81 


3 


40 


383 


30 


134 


80 


1 


89 


15 


46 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($43.62) 

Spalding, A. G., & Bros 39 12 Wilson, H. A., & Co 4 50 

Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($100.00) 

Radcliffe, S. J., Principal 100^00 



D64 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL* SCHOOLS— Continued 
TORONTO— Continued 



Annual Grant for Rink ($50.00) 



RadclifFe, S. J., Principal. 



Payment to Toronto Board of Education ($900.00) 

Treasurer Board of Education, grant 



50 00 



900 00 



Fuel, Light and Power ($7,542.39) 
Burns, P., Co., wood, 14.00; coal, 



511.89 525 89 

Can. Laco Lamps, Ltd., lamps.. . . 67 09 

Can. Westinghouse Co., " ... 24 12 

Consumer's Gas Co., gas 194 21 



Doan Coal Co., coal 5,064 63 

Lapier, E., matches 25 

-Standard Fuel Co., coal 838 50 

Toronto Hydro-E'ectric System, 

light. 700.72; power, 126.98 827 70 



Water ($979.65) 



Toronto, City of, water rates. 



979 65 



Furniture and Furnishings ($1,506.00) 



Adams Furniture Co., chairs, rugs, 

tables and desks, etc 868 15 

Gaviord Bros., picture holders. ... 7 23 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., filing cabinet. 25 00 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., chairs, etc. 

Office Special Mfg. Co., pads 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., fur- 
niture, etc 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, Supplies, etc. ($842.28) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., lawn 

mowers, hose, etc 81 70 

Carter's Tested Seeds, Ltd., seed 

and bulbs 

City of Toronto, garbage tickets. . 

Farrow, C. R., gate hinge 

Harris, Jas. W., removing snow, 

23.80; cinders, stone, etc., 67.13. 

Lundry, A. R., fence 

Nelson Sanitary Contracting Co., 

manure 18 75 



64 


/,i 


74 


25 




50 


90 


93 


2 


13 



Marchment Co., manure 

Pickard, W. J., Ltd., cartage 

Plumb, G. L., plants 

Rennie, Wm., Co., Ltd., seeds, etc. 

Riggs, W., sods 

Simpson, Robt., Co., garden tools. 
Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seed, etc . . . . . 
Sundry persons, cleaning snow. . . . 

Toronto Nurseries, trees 

Tough, H., plowing, etc 

Waters, H., plants 



328 74 
2 00 

274 88 



67 50 

7 25 
233 55 

93 92 

16 00 

18 70 

16 15 

34 60 

10 00 

8 00 
3 60 



Wages of Porters, Extra Firemen and Labourers on Grounds ($7,371.02) 

Pay Lists 7,371 02 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($3,725.20) 



Boston Laundry, washing towels. . 

Can. Germicide Co., Ltd., supplies 

Can. Nat. Institute for Blind, brooms 

Can. Oil Cos., Ltd., soap, floor 
varnish, etc '. 

Cottage Laundry, washing covers. 

Cress [Products, Ltd., polish 

Diamond Cleansers, Ltd., sweep- 
ing compound 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., towels, etc. 

Hodgson, G. A., & Sons, brooms, etc. 

Liquid Soap & Sanitary Products, 
soap 

Londdn Soap Co., Ltd., soap 

Morton, David, & Sons, " 



100 


33 


136 


00 


10 


20 


249 


31 


1 


25 


3 


00 


12 


84 


50 


58 


28 


60 


5 


00 


12 


80 


3 


00 



Ontario Lime Co., lime 5 40 

Patrick. W.G.,& Co., Ltd., wax... 3 75 

Pearsall, Geo,, & Son, polish 3 03 

Pa}' list, wages of charwomen 2,812 25 

Pullan, E., Wiper & Waste Co., 

supplies 66 88 

Simp.son, Robt., Co., Ltd., clean- 
ing supplies. 177 88 

Trelford Paint & Varnish Co., wax 7 33 
Veteran's Cleansers Supply Co., 

supplies 3 40 

Whirlwind Carpet Cleaning Co., 

cleaning carpets 15 00 

Wood, G. H., & Son, soap 17 40 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D65 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
TORONTO— Continued 

Repairs, including Services, Material, Incidentals, etc. ($761.80) 



Aikcnhead Hardware Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Ashall, Wm., care of clocks 

Booth-Cou'.ter Copper & Brass, 
Ltd., recharging fire extinguisher 

Can. Oi! Cos., Ltd., supplies 

Can. Recaning Co., repairs 

Eureka X'acuum Cleaner Co., rub- 
ber 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, tun- 
ing pianos 

Marshall, Geo., refilling fire extin- 
guishers 



42 


30 


142 


48 


15 


00 


98 


00 


2 


50 



50 
24 00 



7 66 



Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., repairs. 
Pearsall, Geo., & Son, hardware.. . 
Richmond, Wni., & Son. repairs to 

doors 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., wall 

paper 

Stewart & Wood, Ltd., oil and 

varnish 

Whale, A., repairing lounge . 

Wilson, Wm. C, & Co., boiler 

compound, paint, etc 

Winnett, Jno., repairing furnace.. . 



55 


41 


112 


85 


30 


05 


59 


51 


39 


61 


10 


00 


116 


68 


5 


25 



OTTAWA 



Salaries ($65,403.33) 

S. J. Keyes Principal 12 months 

Margaret Clifford Deoartn.ental Master 12 " 

J. D. Campbell " " " 1 " 

Geo. R.Smith " " 10 " 

G.A.Miller " " : 12 " 

F.A.Jones " " 12 " 

H.W. Kerfoot " " 12 " 

R. A. Fleming Drawing Master 12 " 

T. A. Brov.-n Music Master 12 " 

Chas. Emery Instructor in Drill and Calisthenics 12 " 

J. C. Logan Writing Master 12 " 

H. M. Leppard Head Master of Bovs' Model Schccl 2 " 



Br 



Wm Jas. Neale " 

Rose Lvnch Assistant o 

ElwoodOakes " " 

A. W. McGuire 

Elsie A. Sherin " " 

W^ C. McKendry 

A. Hanahoe Head Mistrtss Girls 

A. M. Delaney Assistant cf " 

E. M. Cluff 

\L R. Elliott 



10 

Mrdel Schocl 12 

« " 10 

" ..12 

" 12 

« " 12 

Model School 12 

" " •. . 12 

" " ..12 

* " " 12 

•\. H. Baker Director of Kindergarten 12 

Ghdvs McClenaghan Ass'stant Director cf Kindergarten 12 

Lilias Henderson Teacher of Kindergarten Primary 12 

J. S. Harterre Instructor of Manual Training 12 

C. E. Green Instructor of Household Science 12 

E. L. Monaghan " " " 12 

E. La^ira Argue Librarian 12 

E. M. Marshall Secretary ard Stencgraphtr 12 

A. Heenev First Engineer ard Gardener 12 

B. Pearce Second " " " 12 

W. Hunt Carpenter 12 

Ch >s. Morton Caretaker 12 

¥.. Murphy Nightwatchman and Fireman 12 



3,800 00 

3,0C0 GO 

286 66 

2,500 00 

3,450 00 

3.600 00 

3,000 no 

2,400 00 
2,400 00 
1,200 CO 
600 CO 
500 CO 
2,500 CO 
1,600 CO 
1,666 67 
1,900 00 
1,500 00 
1.900 00 
2,000 00 
1,8C0 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
2.400 00 
2,300 00 
1,900 GO 
1,5C0 CO 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,000 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 



Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($908.84) 



-•Vrcs, M. E., at 5.00 per diem . 
Craig. E. L., at 5.00 " 
Fleming, C, at 5.00 
Green'ng, W. J., at 5.00" 



54 34 Loran, E. M., at 4.00 per diem. . . 676 00 

10 00 MoConnell. C. Cat 5.00 " ... 25 00 

5 00 Pearson, E. T., at 5.00 "... 5 00 

7 50 Potter, C. H., at 7.00 " ... 126 00 



D66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 



OTTAWA— Continued 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($3,871.35) 



Reference Books 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 

Grolicr Society, Ltd 

Hope, Jas., & Sons 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. 
Oxford University Press. . . . 

Rvcrson Press 

Wilson, H. W., Co 



93 17 
64 00 

1 75 
186 18 

2 10 
14 40 

168 94 
2 00 



Periodicals 

Can. Historical Review 2 00 

Hope, Jas., & Sons, Ltd 157 00 

The School 405 00 

Stationery 

King's Printer, paper, 14.38; 
printing, 120.57; stationery, 
2,004.28 2,139 23 



Temporary Services 

Hallett, G., office assistant at 
3.00 per diem 



63 00 



Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 130 80 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., calendar. 58 



Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Ry., freight charges. . 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

C. P. Ry., freight 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 

Dominion Bank, excise stamps. . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Natural Resources Co., 
blue prints 

G. T. Ry., freight 

Hendry, G^o. M., paper 

Hope, J., & Sons, cardboard. . . . 

Laflamme. M. S., _« 

Levey Sign Co., lettering roll. . . 

Lowe-Martin Co., boxes 

Modern Press, printing cards. . . . 

National Geographic Society, 
pi:toria! geography 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, Ltd., 
pictures 

Ottawa Journal, advertising. . . . 

Popham, G H., rubber stamp. . 

Postmaster, postage 

Pritchard & Andrews, ink 

Progress've Pr nters, printing.. . 

United Typewriter Co., repairs. . 

Wright, S., rearranging desks. . . 



69 


92 


50 


16 




55 


7 


49 




33 


2 


00 


88 


32 


12 


10 


6 


02 


56 


45 


10 


50 


3 


24 


9 


00 


33 


45 


4 


75 


7 


00 


2 


56 


16 


80 


2 


75 


28 


21 




35 


14 25 


1 


00 


14 00 



Travelling Expenses ($18.15) 



Keyes, S. J , 



18 15 



Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($1,928.54) 



Allen, J. S., rent of plants 

Battery Service Co., distilled water 

Birkett, Thos., &Son, tools, etc.. . . 

Can. Gen. Electric Co., supplies. . . 

Can. Packing Co., Ltd., provisions 

Can. Power Regulating Co., com- 
pressor diaphrams 

Davidson, Jas., Sons, lumber. .... 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Jarvis, A. H., Bookstore, napkins. . 

King's Printer, stationery 

McDougall's, Ltd., drills 

Macpherson, J., salt 

Mcintosh & Watts, dishes 



Graham-Bryson, Ltd. .. 

Ketchum & Co 

Spalding, A. G., & Bros. 



3 


00 




50 


16 


23 


11 


92 


16 


54 


2 


00 


20 


30 


154 


85 


2 


65 


797 


95 




85 




90 


73 


40 


pars 


itu 


3 


95 




45 


43 


50 



McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 
hardware 

Modern Press, colour charts 

Mulhall Hardware Co., oil, etc 

Murphy-Gamble, Ltd., ribbon 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
supplies 

Ogilvie, Chas., Ltd., drygoods 

Ottawa Dairy Co., provisions 

Ottawa Paper Box Co., boxes 

Powell, R. E., provisions 

Sproule, R. A., &Son, lumber 

Trudill & ?vIcAdam, iron plate. . . . 

Wool worth, F. W., Co., Ltd., 
hangers 



10 


30 


3 


20 


2 


85 


5 


40 


13 


61 


146 


58 


36 


86 


9 


00 


110 


90 


485 


75 


1 


50 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($96.40) 



Trudill & McAdam. 
Y.M.C.A., Ottawa, 
nasiimi 



use of gym- 



Text and Blank Books for Model School Pupils ($1,307.63) 



Copp, Clark Co 64 07 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 90 99 

Gage, W. T.. & Co 114 82 

Goodchild", F. D., Co 6 60 

Granger Freres, Ltd 22 50 



1 50 

50 

48 00 

9 36 



Hunter, Rose Co., Ltd 

King's Printer, stationery, 920.87; 

binding, 38.38 959 25 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 6 63 

Ryerson Press 33 41 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D67 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
OTTAWA— Continued 

Supplies for Kindergarten ($386.30) 
3 95 



Bryson-Graham, Ltd., bowl 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 270 40 



King's Printer, stationery 106 5S 

Sabourin & Henry, Christmas tree 3 09 

Woolvvorth, F. W., Co., decorations 2 40 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($387.30) 

ay, C. W., repairing phono- 

ph 4 00 

Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($100.00) 



Orme, Ltd., piano, 375.00; records, 

etc., 8.30 383 30 



Keyes, S. J., Principal. 



100 00 



Annual Grant for Rink ($50.00) 



Keyes, S. J., Principal. 



50 00 



Payment to Ottawa Public School Board ($650.00) 

Treasurer, Ottawa P. S. Board 



Fuel, Light and Power ($10,619.48) 



650 00 



Can. Gen. Electric Co., lamps. ... 6 50 

Independent Coal Co., coal 10,020 20 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas 45 45 



Ottawa" Hydro Commission, light, 
299.89; power, 219.34; electric 
lamps, 28.10 547 33 



Water ($568.06) 



Corporation, City of Ottawa , 



568 06 



Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($950.97) 



Adams Furniture Co., desk, chair, 
etc 

Bryson-Graham & Co., chair seat. . 

Carson, W. J., glass 

Davidson, J., & Son, lumber 

Dunham, C. A., Ltd., gasket 

Flack, Alex., Ltd., turning arma- 
ture 

Freeman, A. J., rug 

Gerrard-Stewart, repairs 

Graham Bros., pans 

Hill, Jas., clothes racks 



McFarlane-Douglas Co., pans 

122 50 McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 

repairs, plumbing, etc 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., repairs 

to chair 

Rankin, W. A., hardware, etc 

Sheppard, A., & Co., battery jar. . . 

Stewart & Co., tea waggon 

Stew'art, Peter, glass 

Stewart & Wood, Ltd., paint 

Thornton & Trueman, repairs 

Trudel & McAdam, chair plates.. . 



Expenses of Grounds ($318.61) 



Bryson-Graham, Ltd., sprinkler. , 
Graham Bros., Ltd., seeds, etc.. , 
Mahoncy & Rich, manure 



Aziz, J., & Co., cheesecloth, etc. . . 
Bryson-Graham, Ltd., pails, etc.. . 

Carson, W. J., cleaning floors 

Eddy, E. B., Co., paper towels, etc 
Harrison, F. W., cleaning windows 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, dust pans 

London Soap Co., soap 

King's Printer, brooms, soap, 
towels, etc 



1 


50 


4 


74 


3 


00 


1 


00 


1 


88 


7 


00 


7 


00 




65 


96 


00 


es 


of < 




95 


175 


98 


21 


00 


^a 


nd 


87 


79 


18 


13 


44 00 


80 


36 


36 


00 


7 


98 


56 


15 



McCorkell, J., work on grounds. 

Rankin, W. A., flowers, etc 

Wright, R. H., plants 



Scrubbing and Cleaning, etc. ($2,398.70) 



259 95 



Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., soda.. . 

Ontario Soap & Oil Ltd., soap 

Pay Lists, wages of charwomen. . . . 
Rankin, W. J., cleaning supplies. . 
Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, 

washing towels 

Soclean Ltd., supplies 

Veteran's Cleansers Supply Co., 

brooms, oil, etc 



20 00 

588 16 

8 00 
25 34 

2 00 
40 00 

3 65 
3 95 
8 35 
6 25 



43 88 

1 80 

75 00 



8 00 

31 57 

1,595 40 

17 50 

40 77 
52 50 

62 60 



D68 



PUBLTC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS Continued 
OTTAWA— Continued 

Snow Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($436.06) 

Can. Nat. Rys., cartage 50 McCorkell, Jas., snow shovelling. . . 

C. P. Ry., cartage 1 90 McKinley & Northwood, removing 

Mahoney & Rich, cartage 156 00 ice from roof 



57 16 
220 50 



LONDON NORMAL 
Salaries ($33,729.50* 

W. Pr^ndergast Principal 12 months 3,?C0 00 

E. T. White Departmental Master 12 " 3,450 00 

A.Stevenson " " 12 " 3,600 00 

G. W. Hofferd " " 12 " 3,450 00 

T.E.Clarke " " 12 " 3.300 00 

Jno. G. McEachren " " 12 " 3,000 00 

Dorothv Emerv Instructor in Art il]4 " 929 50 

W. T. O'Brien .' Writing Master 12 " 500 00 

C. E. Percy Music Master 12 " 1,200 00 

A. Slatter Instructor in Drill, Gvmnastics and Calis- 
thenics ". • 12 " 600-00 

S. Pickles Instructor Manual Training 12 " 2,400 00 

A. B. Neville Instructor Household Science 12 " 2,300 00 

L. Gahan Librarian 12 " 1,500 00 

N. HefFernan Secretarv and Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

W. Casey Engineef 12 " 1 ,400 00 

Geo. Fitchett Night Watchman 12 " 1,100 00 



Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($86.95) 



McKone, E. H 



86 95 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($2,395.50) 



Reference Books 

Grolier Society, Ltd 

London Free Press 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. 
Rverson Press 



Periodicals 

Canadian Historical Review, 

Dawson, W^m., & Sons 

London Advertiser 

School, The 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail & Empire 



Stationery 

Colerick Bros 

Holmes, Wendell, Ltd 

King's Printer, paper, 37.56; 
printing, 113.25; stationerv, 
859.22 .'. 

Lawson & Jones, Ltd 

London Stamp tS; Stencil Works. 



64 


00 


/ 


80 


98 


68 


2 


10 


23 


82 


2 


00 


152 


16 


8 


75 


423 


00 


6 


00 


5 


00 




65 


4 


15 


,010 


03 


10 


49 


3 


00 



Langford, A. A., & Co 

Shaw, C. H 

Smith, C. R., Stationery Co.. 
United Typewriter Co 



Miscellaneous 

Bank of Montreal, excise stamps 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 129.53; messages, 
12.11 

Bird & Dance, cartage 

Blue Bonnet Ta.xi, livery 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Ry., freight. 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

Chapman Co., binding books. . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

London Printing & Litho. Co., 
Ltd;, records 

Postmaster, pos'tage 

Ryerson Press, picture holders, 
etc 

United T> pewriter Co., supplies. 



10 95 

15 45 

43 45 

3 25 



2 00 



41 


64 




60 


1 


00 


15 


95 


/ 


17 




47 


99 


10 


63 


82 


86 


77 


66 


00 


4 


75 


11 


50 



Travelling Expenses ($11.60) 



Prendergast, Wm 



11 60 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($125.55) 
United Typewriter Co., typewriter 125 55 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D69 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
LONDON NORMAL— Continued 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($456.45 



Brown, W. J., provisions 

Chapman, Chas. Co., mounting 
map 

Cowan Hardware, Ltd., pans, etc. 

Fairfield Bakery, bread 

Gerry, W. J., basswood 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., com- 
pass, barometer 

Hobb Hardware Co., battery. . . 

Holmes, W., ink 

London Crockery Co., glasses, etc. 



74 18 



1 


50 


24 


75 


1 


50 


28 


35 


144 


40 




63 


5 


00 


6 


12 



London Public Utilities Com., 
distilled water 

Mason, E. M., cakes 

Metropolitan Stores, ribbon 

Ontario Creamery, Ltd., cups. . . 

Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., dr\ 
goods 

Sumner, T. L., zinc, copper, 
thermometers 

White, W. J., drills, etc 

Young, R. J., Co., drygoods 





25 


4 


00 




70 


1 


80 


51 


5d 


07 


79 


13 


20 


H) 


72 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($0.40) 

Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., bat '. 



40 



Payment to London Board of Education ($1,200.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 



1.2G0 00 



Payment of Arrears due the London Board of Education, 1921-22 ($100. OOi 

Treasurer, Board of Education .• 100 00 



Fuel, Light and Power ($4,873.43) 



Bu:hanan, Wm., coal 2,110 93 

City Gas Co., gas 40 14 

Hunt Bros., coal and wood 2,391 28 



London Pub'ic Utiliti.; 
ele::tric service 



Com., 



331 08 



Water ($53.32) 
London Public Utilities Com., water rates 



53 32 



Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($353.67) 



Berry, W. J. T., cleaning boilers. 

Brock, W. A., repairs 

Carson, J., & Sons, repairing 

vacuum system 

Cowan Hardware Co., supplies.. 

Dominion Seed Co., vases 

James, P. E., laying carpets, etc. 

Langford, A. A., desk 

London Engine Supplies Co., 

plugs 

London Marble & (iranite Co., 

repairs 



15 


00 


9 


00 


15 


00 


1 


00 


3 


60 


9 


26 


70 


00 



35 



5 00 



London Window Cleaning Co., 
removing stone sash 

McCormick, J., key holder 

McCullough, Geo., stools, chairs, 
etc 

Meakins, & Sons, Ltd., mats. . . . 

Noble & Rich, air valves 

Thompson, F. H., keys, etc 

Ward, Chas. H., & Co., clock re- 
pairs 

X'ersteeg, S. J., painting and sup- 
plies 

White, W. J., hardware 



16 


00 




75 


64 


25 


14 


70 


3 


15 


22 


55 


3 


00 


25 


05 


76 


01 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($1,178.53) 



Burke, M., manures, plowing, etc. 102 00 
Carson, J., & Sons, repairs to 

mower 3 00 

Casey, Thos,, mowing lawn 102 00 

Cotlicrill, A., manure 5 00 

Dominion Seeds Co., seeds 18 75 

Dunn, F., harness repairs 2 00 

McCormick, Jas., boots and har- 
ness repairs 16 50 



Morgan Supply House, Ltd., 
seed 

Munro, R. M., labour on grounds 

Pav list, wages of men 

Poiitzki, J., plants 

Sussex, J no., labour on grounds. 

Thomas Furniture Co., lawn 
mower 

Thompson, F. H., repairs 



54 


12 


209 


55 


418 


70 


107 


61 


120 


10 


14 


50 


4 


7(t 



D70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 

LONDON NORMAL— Continued 
Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,712.81) 



Adams, Ed., cleaning supplies. . . 
Berry, W. J. T., & Son, cartage. 
Can. Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 

soda 

Copp, W., lime 

Howard, C, cartage 

London Soap Co., soap 



37 


05 


28 


00 


1 


95 


1 


00 


1 


00 


6 


00 



London Window Cleaning Co., 

cleaning windows 42 50 

McCormick, J., polish 1 50 

Ontario Soap & Oi! Co., soap. .. . 7 50 

Pay list, wages of charwomen. . . 1,573 56 

Polusterine Products Co., soap. . 4 80 

Purdon Hardware Co., Ltd., wax 1 50 

Smallman & Ingram, dust cloths. 6 45 



HAMILTON NORMAL 

Salaries ($29,050.00) 

F. F. Macpherson Principal 12 months 4,000 00 

G. O. McMillan Departmental Master 12 " 3,450 00 

H. E. Amoss " " 12 " 3,150 00 

H. G. Lockett " " 12 " 3,150 00 

J.H.Davidson " " 12 " 3,000 00 

J. R. Seavey Drawing Master 12 " 1,200 00 

A. J. Park Writing Master 12 " 600 00 

H. A. Stares Music Master... ..12 « 1,200 00 

Capt. Jos. M. Grindlay. . . .Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics and Calis- 
thenics 12 " 600 00 

A. J. Painter Instructor of Manual Training 12 " 1,200 00 

Clara E. Elliott Instructor of Household Science 12 " 2,300 00 

Beatrice Allan Librarian 12 " 1 ,500 00 

C. I. Carruthers Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 1,000 00 

George Henderson Engineer 12 " 1 ,400 00 

L. Slaughter Caretaker 12 « 1,300 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($2,119.36) 



Reference Books 

Grolier Society, Ltd . . . 
Macmillan Co., Ltd. . . 
McClelland & Stewart. 
Rverson Press 



Periodicals 

Canadian Historical Review. . 

School, The 

Turnbull, A. C 



Stationery 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd 

Duncan, Robt., & Co 

King's Printer, paper, 14.37: 
printing, 113.25; stationery, 
934.06 

Lowe, Martin Co 



64 


00 


121 


12 


2 


10 


102 


03 


2 


00 


324 


00 


138 


80 


57 


07 


10 


20 


,061 


68 


6 


00 



McNeill Sales, Ltd 

Office Specialty Mfg., Co. 

Poole, J. E., & Co 

Robinson, G. W., Co 

Turnbu'.!, A. C 

United Typewriter Co. . . 



Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 72.84; messages, 9.40 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

C. P. Ry. Co.. freight.... 

Can. Steamship Lines, freight. . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. T. Ry., freight 

Postmaster, postage 



1 50 

2 50 
17 05 



82 24 

25 93 

59 

10 13 

80 

17 85 

3 27 

51 00 



Travelling Expenses ($3.81) 



Macpherson, F. F. 



3 81 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($139.50) 

United Typewriter Co., typewriter L39 50 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
HAMILTON NORMAL— Continued 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($755.85) 



Aitchison, D., & Co., lumber 

Balfour, Smye & Co., salt 

Bryant, S., saws 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., ribbon 

Collier, Sidney, lantern slide, 

boxes, etc 

Duncan, Robt., & Co., baskets.. . . 

French Bros., Ltd., drygoods 

Hendrv, Geo. M., Co., Ltd 

Hill, W. E., & Bros., photos 

Jolley, Jas., & Sons, Ltd., handles. 

Kauffman, D. S., flowers 

McDougall, W. T., & Co., tumblers 



264 


12 




95 


12 


25 


3 


75 


23 


00 


9 


00 


145 


65 


147 


86 


7 


39 


4 


25 


4 


65 


6 


74 



Patrick's Fair & Square, Ltd., cot- 
ton 

Pure Milk Co., Ltd., provisions. . . 

Reynolds, C. W., oil 

Robinson, G. W., Co., Ltd., electric 
iron and drygoods 

Simons & Millard, tray, etc 

Semmens, J. M., provisions 

Swan wick. A., " 

Sweet, Thos., dry supplies 

Watkins, Thos. C, Ltd., glasses 

Wood, Alexander & James, supplies. 



6 


30 


1 


90 


45 


57 


9 


50 


37 


12 


4 


25 


7 


75 


1 


80 


3 


55 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($166.16) 



Collier, S., sliding box 25 00 

First Methodist Church, use of 

gymnasium 10 00 



Spalding, A. G., & Bros., Ltd., 

sporting goods 123 91 

Wilson, G. W., sporting goods. ... 7 25 



Payment to the Hamilton Board of Education ($1,050.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 



1,050 00 



Fuel, Light and Power ($2,574.30) 



Gillies-Guy, Ltd., coal 2,281 32 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric Svstem, 

light, 142.02; power, 129.96 271 98 



United Gas & Fuel Co., gas. 
Victoria Park Pharmacy, oil 



20 00 
1 00 



Hamilton, City of, water rates. 



Water ($56.60) 



56 60 



Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($728.75) 



Beckingham, W. T., keys, etc 4 85 

Can. Westinghouse Co., repairs to 

motor 6 65 

Chadwick, Chas. W., electric wire, 
etc 

Gariock Packing Co., gaskets 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., oil, etc . 

Haygarth, R., plumbing supplies. . 

Heintzman & Co., tuning pianos. . 

Henderson, P., bolts 

Johnson Temperature Regulating 

Co., supplies 4 78 

Kent-Garvin & Co., Ltd., install- 
ing ladder, etc 58 19 



2 


30 


3 


28 


5 


58 


118 


84 


3 


00 




30 



Lewis, Rice, t't Sons, varnish, etc. . . 10 10 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., shelving... 288 00 

Mills Hardware, paint, oil, etc. ... 45 88 

Ross Stove Co., wicks, etc . 1 50 

Sauter, A. M., & Co., mats 22 45 

Watkins, Thos., Co., Ltd., shade 

rollers 21 91 

Wood, Alexander & Jamas, hard- 
ware 107 38 

Wright, E. T., Co., stove pipes.. . . 3 88 

Yealland, W. H., repairing locks. . . 5 63 

Zucker, I., repairs to clock 14 25 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($270.35) 



Beckingham, W. T., repairs to 

lawn mower 80 

Filkin, W. R., manure 10 50 

Freeman, W. A., Co., Ltd., bone 

meal 14 38 

Henderson, Peter, gate repairs. ... 75 

Mitchell, Sami'.el, plowing 22 00 



Sones, Geo., plants 101 72 

Steele-Briggs Seed Co., bulbs, etc. . 96 65 
Watts The Grinder, sharpening 

lawn mowers 2 75 

Wood, Alexander & James, hose 

couplings 20 80 



D72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 

HAMILTON NORMAL— Continued 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Cartage ($1,310.91) 



Armstrong Cartage «S: Warehouse 

Co. , cartage 

Balfour, Smye & Co., soap, etc... . 

Cheesenian, S., cartage 

Duncan Transport, cartage 

Fuller Brush Co., brooms 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., oil 

Lewis, Rice, &Sons, mops, etc 

Mitchell, S., cartage 





85 


19 


30 


37 


50 


8 


50 


7 


80 


6 


00 


4 


10 


10 


50 



Parisian Sanitary Laundry, wash- 
ing towels 

Parke & Parke, chamois 

Pay list, wages of charwomen... . 

Permanent Ink Co., Ltd., supplies 

Sunlight Laundry Co., washing 
towels 

Watkins, Thos. C, Ltd., towels. . . 

Wood, Alexander & James, mops, 
etc 



4 


46 


9 


42 


1,146 


00 


10 


00 


21 


81 


12 


80 



11 87 



PETERBOROUGH NORMAL 
Salaries ($29,850.00) 

D. Walker Principal 12 months 4,200 00 

H. G. Park Departmental Master 12 " 3,600 00 

E. E. Ingall " " 12 « 3,450 00 

A. J. MadiU " « 12 " 3,150 00 

A. Macdonald " " 12 " 3,150 00 

J. C. McRae Drawing Master 12 " 1,200 00 

J. A. McKone Writing Master 12 " 600 00 

M. R. Rannie Music Master 12 " 1,200 00 

\L R. Rannie Instructor in Drill, Gymastic and Calis- 
thenics 12 " 500 00 

A. F. Hagerman Instructor of Manual Training 12 " 1,200 00 

F. MacVannell " of Household Science 12 " 2,200 00 

E. M. Munro Librarian 12 " 1,500 00 

B. Latimer Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 1,2G0 00 

H. A. Bonnev Engineer 12 " 1,400 00 

W. Gibbs Caretaker 12 " 1,300 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($1,597.75) 



Reference Books 

Grolier Society. Ltd 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. 
Rverson Press 



Periodicals 

Dawson, Wm., tS: Sons 

Farmers' Sun 

Peterborough Examiner 

School, The 

School Life . . . . 

T'oronto Globe 

Toronto Mail & Empire 

Toronto Saturday Night 

Stationery 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd 

King's Printer, paper, 14.36: 



64 


00 


62 


77 


2 


10 


45 


87 


120 


00 


2 


00 


6 


00 


285 


00 




50 


5 


00 


5 


00 


4 


00 



stationery, 691.03; printing 
115.76 

Peterborough Examiner 

Peterborough Review Ptg. Co. 

Soden, R. J 



12 45 



Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 47.52; messages, 
2.10 

Can. Customs, duty charges. . . . 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Dom. Express Co., " 

Higgins Hardware, pins 

McNeill Sales Ltd., packing. . . . 

Postmaster, postage 

Trebilcock Bros., hardware 

X'ernon, H., & Son, directcry.. . . 



820 95 

7 20 

19 00 

3 30 



49 62 

1 00 
24 04 
19 95 

25 

2 25 
29 00 

1 50 
5 00 



Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($214.53) 



Can. Canoe Co., cuttings 2 32 

Denne. Roland, feeder, etc 2 90 

Dick & Carew Lumber Co., lumber 23 00 

Elcome. E., taxiderm\- 11 50 

Fair, Robt.. & Co., drvgoods 41 04 

Hall, Richard, &Son, " 2 00 

Hamiiron, W. rl., provisions 32 87 

Hendrv, Geo. M., Co., seeds 8 75 

Kent. W. J., chemicals 1 00 

Nugent Drug Co., supplies 2 60 



Peterborough Canoe Co., cuttings. 
Peterborough Floral Co., flowers, 

etc 

Peterborough Miik Products Ltd., 

provisions 

Strano, B. R., & Co., provisions.. . 
Turnbull, J. C, Co., Ltd., drvgoods 

Walton, E., provisions 

Wand, E., lumber 



25 

2 95 

10 30 
13 00 
24 19 
20 
35 66 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS D 73 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 

PETERBOROUGH NORMAL^— Continued 

Travelling Expenses r$15.15) 

Walker, D 15 15 

Payment to the Peterborough Board of Education ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 1-000 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($3,280.53) 

Hvdro-EIectric Power Com., gas. . 12 30 Scott, \V., coal and wood 1,818 65 

Peterborough Utilities Com., light, Tavlor. H. B., & Son, coal 1,329 01 

73.14; power, 47.43 120 57 

Water ($248.24) 
Peterborough Utilities Commission, water rates 248 24 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($233.78) 

Craig, I. D., desk and chairs 122 00 Peterborough Show Case Co., 

Higgins Hardware, hardware 27 67 supplies ^o o- 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., picture Redner, T. A., keys 2 25 

holder 49 50 Rogers Elec. Co., electric lamps. . . 7 01 

Millar, Powell & Watson, batteries. 1 75 Wand. E., lumber 5 60 

Peterborough Music Co., tuning 



pianos . 



3 00 



Expenses of Grounds. Trees, etc. ($358.93) 

Black, J. S., & Son, seeds 2 75 Meharr^-, W. H., plowing and 

Blade, A., & Son, plants 3 50 fertilizer 

Can. Packing Co., fertilizer 50 00 Millard, H. T., sharpenmg mower 

Davis, A., fertilizer 4 00 Peterborough Flora! Co., seed .... 

Drake F., plowing 3 00 Pullyblank, R. J. F., repairmg lawn 

^ , _, , -rv on mower 

Jordan Bros., sseds, etc JO 80 j^^j^^ p j ^ cartage 

Laing's Grocery, seed 1 00 Sexsmith, Geo., work on grounds. 

McLean, W., cartage 3 75 Simpson, W., " 



2 


75 


3 


50 


50 


00 


4 


00 


3 


00 


50 


80 


1 


00 


3 


75 


:an 

11 


ing 

25 


16 


79 


15 


75 


4 


28 


20 


10 


2 


50 


1 


08 



Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,013.63) 

Austen, N., cartage 11 25 Ontario Soap & Oil Co., soap. . . 

.\ziz, J.', & A., towels 16 79 Pay list, wages of charwomen 

brake, F., cartage 15 75 Reid. Ed., cartage 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., supplies. . 4 28 Veterans Cleansers Supply Co. 

Fanning's Laundry, washing towels 20 10 drygoods 

Higgins Hardware, wax 2 50 Walton. E., supplies 

Laing's Grocery, bon ami 1 08 White Bros., cartage 



67 


00 


3 


75 


22 


55 




65 


2 


00 


3 


50 


140 


68 


6 


40 


901 


25 


2 


20 


17 


50 


1 


00 


13 


53 



STRATFORD NORMAL 

Salaries ($28,100.00) 

S. Silcox Principal 12 months 4,2C0 CO 

T W. Emery Departmental Master 12 " 3 ,eCO CO 

H.G. Martvn " " 12 " ^^'-^'^ CO 

H.G. Manning " " - 12 " ^'l£ ^^ 

L.R.Halnan.^ " " 12 " 3,0C0 CO 

H. Mavberry Drawing Master 12 l.iCO CO 

E.M.Cottle Writing Master and Irstnctcr in Drill, 

Gvnmasties and Calisthenics 12 " 1,2C0 00 

J. Bottomley Music Master 12 " 1,2C0 00 

E. M. Everson Instructor of Household Science 12 " 1,9C0 00 

A. J. Johnston Librarian 12 " 1,500 00 



D74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
STRATFORD NORMAL— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

M. M. Sebben Secretar)- and Stenographer 12 months 

Wm. Ellis Engineer 12 " 

VVm. Casson Caretaker 8 " 

Chas. F. Bell " 4 « 



1,100 00 

1,400 00 

800 00 

400 00 



Allowance to Florence G. Forbes, Arrears of Salary of late J. W. Forbes, 1921-22 ($143.00) 

Forbes, Mrs. F. G 143 OO 



Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($105.00) 



McPhail, M. 



105 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($2,112.13) 



Reference Books 

Copp, Clark Co 

Everson, E. M 

Ford, T. T., &Co 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 

Grolier Society, Ltd 

Johnston, A. J 

Johnston, Louis2 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart 

National Council of Education. 
Nelson, Thos,, & Sons, Ltd. . . . 

Public School Pub. Co 

Ryerson Press 

•Silcox, S 

Ward, Artemus 

Wilson, H. W., Co 

Periodicals 

Alexander, A. H 

Ontario School Board Journal. 

Red Cross Junior 

School, The 

Stratford Beacon-Herald 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail S: Empire 



Stationery 

Abraham, Alex. . 
Alexander, A. H. 
Brown Bros .... 



McKenzie, M. R. 
Pickles, S 





32 


1 


05 


40 


00 


18 


50 


64 


00 




25 


5 


00 


87 


04 


2 


10 




56 


9 


83 




75 


32 


99 


12 


00 


7 


16 


9 


00 


123 


35 


1 


00 




50 


321 


00 


9 


00 


5 


00 


.5 


00 


41 


00 


/ / 


49 


4 


00 


llinj 


I El 


5 


75 


227 


80 



Globe-Wernicke Co., folders.. . . 

Kenner, J. H 

King's Printer, paper, 37.54; 
printing, 113.26; stationery, 

738 73 

McNeiiisaies Co.'.'..' !!!!!!;.'!! 

Stevenson, J 

Temporary Services 

Casson, W. J., janitor at 1,200.00 
per annum 

McPhail, M., teaching agricul- 
ture at 7.50 per diem 

Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 58.89, messages, 
12.40 

Can. Customs, duty charges. . . . 

Can. Nat. Express, " .... 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

Elson Art Pub. Co., pictures... . 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., pictures. 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, renewal 
pages 

Perry Picture Co., catalogue. . . 

Postmaster, postage 

Stratford Cartage Co., cartage. 

Vernon, H., & Son, director^' .... 



Travelling Expenses ($245.10) 

Silcox, S . . . . 



7 80 
5 10 



889 53 

19 40 

20 50 



46 16 
30 00 



71 29 
7 21 



57 


67 




95 


3 


71 


9 


22 


1 


05 


10 


00 




15 


55 


00 


1 


50 


5 


00 



11 55 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($4.45) 

Heintzman & Co., records 3 20 Millman, J., records 125 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($823.19) 



Bennington Electric Co., drv cells 6 00 

Bradshaw, J. L., dishes '. 16 72 

Central Scientific Society, labora- 
tory supplies 36 91 

Crosier, J. J., &Co.,Ltd.,drygoods 14 30 



DeLaval Co., Ltd., bottles, etc. .. . 89 12 

Ferguson, Duncan Co., drygoods. . 47 87 

Eraser, D. D., drygoods 27 12 

Gartner, Wm., i^ Co., laboratory 

supplies 27 05 



11 


56 


4 


00 


6 


00 


140 


67 


8 


79 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS D 75 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
STRATFORD NORMAL— Continued 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies — Continued 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., paper, Myers, J. R., &.Son, Ltd., hardware 

dishes, etc 165 19 O.A.C. Poultry Dept., eggs 

Kalbfleisch Bros., lumber 115 98 Peqiiegnat, Jas., & Son, magnifying 

McCartney's Drug Store, supplies 84 95 glass 

McCarthy, W. E., air pumps 1 55 Schneider, J. W., provisions 

McCully, \Y. J., provisions 10 64 Stratford Dairy Co., " 

Myers Hardware Co., water colours 8 77 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($34.15) 

Spalding, A. G., & Bros 34 15 

Payment to Stratford Public School Board ($900.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 900 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,359.50) 

Bennington Electric Co., lamps. .. . 24 30 Myers, J. R., &Sons, Ltd., oil 3 90 

Fiebig, L. R., wood 14 00 Stratford Gas Co., gas 55 40 

Fiebig& Heagy, coal 1,13150 Stratford Public Utilities Com., 

McCully, W. J., matches 10 40 light 120 00 

Water ($134.25) 
Stratford Public Utilities Commission 134 25 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ( ($526.84) 

Babb, N. P., repairing clock 3 50 Myers, J. R., & Sons, hardware. . 

Bennington Electric Co., supplies. 76 50 Peters & Sylvester, electric supplies 

Cook & Donoghue, repairing roof . 60 75 Stratford Bridge & Iron Works, 

Garlock Packing Co., hydrant ring 1 1 20 covers, etc 

Kalbfleish Bros., Ltd., lumber 7 73 Stratford Chair Co., repairs 

Keller, C. J., tuning pianos 3 00 .Stratford Hardware Co., supplies. 

Macdonald, A., & Co., plumbing. 1121 White, R., & Co., frame, etc 

Marson, R., cement work 19 43 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($435.27) 

Bain, J., work on grounds 34 20 Myers, J. R., & Son, shears, etc. . 

Brown Bros. Co., Ltd., bulbs, etc. 10 45 Neal, A., & Son, flowers 

Burnham, E., bulbs, etc 94 55 Sarvis, W., labour on grounds at 

Cole, J. M., plowing 4 25 40 cents per hour 

Jordan Bros seed 15 55 Simmers, J. A., seed 

Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., stakes. ... 6 50 ci -4. o ir 

r I ■ r^ i u ^u a cr\ Sleit & Keane, manure 

Lakeview (wardens, bulbs 4 50 ' 

Martyn, H. G., plowing 40 Waldie, W. A., seed 

McCarthy, W. E., sharpening Zuber Mfg. Co., Ltd., sharpening 

mowers 6 15 mowers 3 10 

■ Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,141.58) 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 6 19 Myers, J. R., & .Son, wax, etc 1 90 

Crozier, J. J., & Co., towelling. ... 4 20 Pay list, wages of charwomen 1,048 82 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., paper towels 9 91" Stratford Cartage Co., cartage ... . 15 36 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., wax 11 90 United Electric Co., of Canada, 

McCully, W. J., supplies 25 80 vacuum cleaner 17 50 



33 


93 


55 


05 


21 


95 


2 


50 


213 


79 


6 


30 



3 


10 


1 


65 


40 


80 


33 


02 


18 


00 


59 


05 



D76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS- Continued 

NORTH BAY NORMAL 

Salaries ($29,367.14) 

A. C. Cas5dnian Principal 12 months 4,C00 00 

J. C. Norris Departmental Master 12 " 3,600 00 

H. E. Ricker " " 12 " 3,450 00 

J. A. Bannister " " 12 " 3,150 00 

G. Morgan " " 10 " 2,500 00 

C. Rans.y Drawing Master 12 " 2,400 00 

Jno. B. Gatenby Music Master 12 " 2,200 00 

J. E. Chambers Instructor of Manual Training 12 " 2,400 00 

Miss M. C. Kay Instructor in Household Science 10 " 1,666 64 

Dorothv Stephenson " " " 2 " 300 50 

K. McCubbin Librarian 12 " 1,000 00 

F. Wharram Engineer ; 12 " 1,400 00 

J. Clark Caretaker 12 " 1,300 00 

Allowance to F. J. Wharram in lieu of arrears of salary, 1921-22 ($100.00) 

Wharram, F. J 100 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($1,734.48) 



Reference Books 

Britnell, Albert 

GInn & Co 

Grolier Society, Ltd 

Hope, Jas., & Son 

MicMillan Co., Ltd 

McClfcll^nd & Stewart, Ltd , 
Rand, McNally & Co 



Periodicals 

Da.vsjn, \Vm., & Sons. 

Djspatch, The 

North Bay Nugget.. . . 
School, The 



Stationery 

Fcsdick, F. S 

King's Printer, paper, 14.37; 
printing, 176.57; stationery, 
302.93 .'. 

McKee, T. E 

McNeill Sales Ltd 

Melody Shop 

Murdock-Penman 



142 


90 


4 


57 


64 


00 


1 


25 


68 


02 


2 


10 


1 


29 


143 


30 


4 00 


3 


00 


337 


50 



12 40 



493 87 

50 

1 65 

1 10 

23 50 



North Bay Nugget . 
Smith, C. P., paper. 
Thomas Co 



Temporary Services 

Jackson, H. E., engineer at 4.00 
per diem 

Miscellaneous 

Advocate Printing Co., printing. 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 36.14; n)cssages, 2.50 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. T. Ry., freight 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., cartage, 
etc 

Lalonde L, lockers 

Postmaster, postage, 33.00; box 
rent, 8.00 

Richardson, J. W., twine 

Ricketts, W., labour 



1 25 

24 75 

5 00 



60 00 



36 50 



38 


64 


24 


49 


7 


79 


35 


72 


13 


19 


21 


02 


14 


00 


102 


38 


41 


00 




80 


3 


00 



Travelling Expenses ($22.80) 



Cassslman, A. C. 



22 80 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($7.00) 

Columbia Graphaphone Company, records 7 00 



Apparatus. Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies ($501.66) 

2 20 



Arcadian Candv Store, flowers. .. . 
Beamish & S iiith, Ltd., drygoods. 
Belding-Corticelli, Ltd., cabinet, 

etc 

Campbell Drug Store, acid 

Can. Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 

tripod, lenses, etc 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., s'^iss^rs. 
Elcome, Edwin, mounting birds. . 



1 


15 


88 


14 


3 


83 


1 


20 


43 


46 


22 


81 


21 


75 



Fosdick, F. S., charcoal, etc 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., drawing 

boards, paper, map, etc 144 78 

Maple Leaf Dairy, milk 1 20 

Millard, A. T., provisions 66 55 

Noel, J. A., photo work 14 

Richardson, J. W., hardware 2 40 

Rorabeck, A. C, chemicals 5 70 

Standard Planing Mills, lumber. . 87 35 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS DJ7 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS— Continued 
NORTH BAY NORMAL— Continued 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($2.00) 

Whyte Bros ^00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($56,145.20) 

Sundry students ' 56 J46 20 

Fuel, Light and Power ($3,140.54) 

Cochrane Hardware Ltd., oil 60 Lindsay & McCloskey, coal and 

Hydro-Electric Power Com., light 246 90 wood 2,889 29 

Richardson, J. W., supplies 3 75 

Water ($90.66) 

North Bay, Town of, water rates 90 66 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($1,750.22) 

Adams Furniture Co., chairs, etc.. . 454 80 Hendry, Geo. M., Co., desks 311 10 

Art Wall Paper Store, glass 5 60 Linen Thread Co., cabinet .... 6 GO 

Cherry, S. J., iron pipe, etc 7 45 McAndrew, Neil, repairs 15 05 

Cochrane Hardware Ltd., hard- Mewett, A., repairing boiler, etc . . 1 55 

ware, oil, etc 68 10 Richardson, J. W., hardware 15 27 

Connolly J., repairing boilers 75 Steel Equipment Co., steel lockers 844 80 

ElectricSupply Co., lamps, etc.. . . 15 60 Thomas Co., repairs 2 00 

Grand & Toy, supplies 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($252.49) 

Bunvan, R., & Co.. seed 6 00 Mc Arthur, P., labour. 

Cochrane HardwareLtd., sprinklers 4 00 McLean, N., labour ... 

Dafaure, J. P., cartage 5 00 Pilley, H. C, plants.. 

Decoste, E., labour 20 40 Rankin, R., plants . 



454 


80 


5 


60 


7 


45 


68 


10 




75 


15 


60 


2 


15 


Grf 

6 


)un 

00 


4 


00 


5 


00 


20 


40 


24 


50 


1 


50 


15 


00 


4 


50 



Doyle, J. J., fertilizer 24 50 Richardson, J. W., hardware. . 

Lablanc, A., labour 1 50 Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seed 

Lecappelain, S., manure 15 00 Star Grocery, plants 

McLeod, D., " 4 50 Woolworth, F. W., Co., bulbs. 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($998.61) 

Beamish & Smith, Ltd., towelling. 4 45 Donovan, D., cartage 

Bentley, L., cartage 1 1 50 Eddy, E. B., Co., supplies 

Can. Nat. Institute for Blind, Lindsay & McCloskey, lime .. . 

brooms 8 82 Munns, Wm., cartage 

Cass?lman, A. C, accountable 44 00 Pay List, wages of charwomen 

Cochrane Hardware Ltd. ,mops,etc. 4 10 Richardson, J. W., oil, etc. ... , 



3 


00 


129 


50 




70 


1 


05 


24 


50 


11 


64 




60 




60 


18 


50 


4 


29 


1 


25 


17 


50 


864 


00 


20 


20 



ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS 

OTTAWA 

Salaries ($3,150.00) 

C. H. Edwards Principal 12 months 3,000 00 

Louise Guay Assistant Teacher 2 " 150 CO 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Services and Contingencies, 

($2,281.97) 

Reference Books Periodicals 

Copp, Clark Co 58 86 ' Dennan & Munro, Ltd 13 23 

Ryerson Press 44 96 Le Devoir 12 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 4 80 Hawkesbury Moniteur 2 00 

Societe du Parler Francais 3 00 



D78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued 

OTTAWA— Con tlnu ed 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Services and Contingencies 

— Continued 



Stationery 

Jarvis, A. H 

Mirault «& Eng Fils 

Ottawa Monotype Composition 
Co '. 

S ervlces 

Anderson, F. C, services as in- 
struction in penmanship at 
2.00 per hour 

Emile, Sr. Paul, teacher at 2.00 
per hour 

Soeurs Crises de la Croix, 
teachers, 750.00; janitor ser- 
vices, 180.00 

Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 81.64; messages, 
3.55. 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 

Coldrey H., plants 



344 32 
3 20 

49 50 



70 00 
525 00 

930 00 



85 


19 


11 


35 


11 


33 


1 


29 


5 


15 



Cuzner Hardware Co., pail, tools, 
etc 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Edge, W. G., Ltd., table bells. .. 

Fleming, R. F., repairs to lock. 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., mes- 
sages 

Hoey, J. M., rent of sewing 
machine 

Howe, C. H., & Co., keys 

Jarvis Pittaway Ltd., pictures, 
15.00; engraving 15.00 

McDonald, Kenneth & Sons, 
flower seed, etc 

McKechnie Music Co., pitch 
pipes 

McKinley & Northwood Ltd., 
pan 

Neale, F. G., garden soil 

Ottawa Electric Ry. Co., car 
tickets 

Postmaster, postage 

Soeurs Crises de la Croix, black- 
board stands, etc 

Thorburn «S: Abbott, scrap books 

Topley & Co., carbon paper. . . . 



5 


41 


5 


25 


3 


80 


1 


60 




26 


4 


00 




35 


30 


00 


8 


25 


3 


75 


1 


75 


4 


00 


19 


00 


5 


75 


7 


00 


5 


85 




77 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($26.57) 

Ketchum & Co., Ltd., basket and tennis balls, Indian clubs, etc 



26 57 



Edwards, C. H 



Travelling Expenses ($55.45) 

25 00 Emile, Sr. Paul . 



30 45 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($61.20) 

Kirke, Chas., Music Co., music Orme Ltd., piano 55 00 

and records ". 4 30 Raper, J., & Co., repairs to victrola 1 50 

McKechnie Music Co., music and 

records 40 

Rent of School Building ($1,080.00) 

Soeurs Crises de la Croix, rent of building 1 ,080 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($3,431.30) 

Sundrv students - 3,431 30 



STURGEON FALLS 

Salaries ($8,808.33) 

y. M. Kaine Principal 12 months 3,000 00 

Jos. Bechard Assistant Teacher 12 " 2,500 00 

Gabrielle Gourand " " 12 " 633 33 

Jos. Racine Caretaker 12 " 1,300 00 

M. O. Clelland Instructor in Household Science 10 " 1,375 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D79 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued 
STURGEON FALLS— Continued 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Services and Contingencies, 

($2,054.44) 



Reference Books 

Ryerson Press 

Service Central de Librairie. 
Winn. E. H 



Periodicals 

Art Educational Pub. Co. 
Teachers Monographs.. . . 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail & Empire. . 
Winn, E. H 



Stationery 

King's Printer, stationery 
Winn, E. H. '. 



Services 

Affleck, B. S., teacher at 35.00 

per week 

Cleland, Olive, teacher at 125.00 

per month 

Germaine, Sr. (Marie Creland) 

teaching music 

Kaine, Mrs. J. M., teacher 

Kaine, J. M., services reading 

examination papers 



13 60 
42 36 
15 45 



2 32 
2 00 
5 00 
5 00 

133 85 



71 78 
328 91 



122 50 

189 51 

50 00 

190 00 

8.16 



Miscellaneous 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd.. 

dishes, cutlery, table linen, etc. 198 26 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 33.36; messages, 4.20 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

C. P. R. Co.'s. Telegraph, mes- 
sages 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Geographical Survey of Canada, 
minerals and rocks 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
barometers, etc 

Kirking, R. B., cartage 

Leach, C, milk 

Michaud & Levesque, sugar, 
vegetables, etc 

Nivelle & Sons, vegetables 

Postmaster, postage, 17.08; rent 
of box, 5.00 22 08 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., 

boiler pans, etc 201 28 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

sewing machines 71 40 

Toronto Mail & Empire, adver- 
tising 6 00 

Winn, E. H., sodium, potassium, 

etc 4 20 



37 

7 


56 
11 


1 
27 


38 
48 


6 


00 


251 

8 


97 
55 
24 


13 
16 


53 
96 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($86.08) 
Spalding, A. G., & Bros., Indian clubs, dumbells, etc 



86 08 



Travelling Expenses ($101.30) 



Bechard, J . . 
Kaine, J. M 



33 15 
30 20 



Sr. Gabriel 

Sr. Marie Louise . 



18 97 
18 98 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($1.50) 

Paquette, J., repairs to victrola 



1 50 



Payments to the R.C.S.S. Board, Sturgeon Falls, for the Use of Schools for the Training 

of Teachers ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer R. C. Separate School Board 1,000 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($34,311.10) 

Sundr\ students 34,311 10 



Fuel, Light and Power ($2,221.91) 



Cardiff, J., cartage 79 70 

Davidson, Jno., hauling coal 50 33 

Lalonde, W., wood at 3.50 cord ... 7 00 

Lillie, Robt., coal 367 58 



McGill, Wm., & Co., coal 981 29 

Michaud & Levesque, coal oil 10 65 

Sturgeon Falls, Town of, light .... 68 98 

Weaver, F. P., Coal Co., coal 656 38 



Water ($108.00j 



Sturgeon Falls, Town of. 
6 PA. 



108 00 



D80 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued 

STURGEON FALLS— Continued 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($199.84) 

Uemers, J. F., electric wiring, Michaud & Levesque, can, shovel, 

supplies, etc 68 15 etc 5 24 

McKav School Equipment, Ltd., Serre, J. A., lumber 1 45 

desks 125 00 

Expenses of Grounds ($42.55) 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., lawn 

hose, etc 9 49 mower 12 96 

Evans, J., manure 2 50 Michaud & Levesque, rake SO 

Lalonde, W., cartage 16 60 Parliament, W. C, grass seed.. ... 50 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($76.62) 

Lille, Robl., tube cleaners 5 00 Racine, Joseph, laundry 6 50 

Michaud & Levesque, brooms, 
towels, etc 65 12 

VANKLEEK HILL 

Salaries ($3,600.00) 

John Hartley i'rincipal 12 months 3,000 00 

Marie Pierre Assistant Teacher 12 " 600 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Services and Contingencies 

($170.28) 

Reference Books Stationery 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 12 48 Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd 



Eaton, T., Co 18 20 Hendry, Geo. M., Co . 

Gage, W. J., Co 14 40 King's Printer. 

Librairie, M. R., Lafontaine. . 

Ryerson Press 13 27 Miscellaneous 



12 


48 


18 


20 


14 


40 


13 


90 


13 


27 


6 


00 


4 


50 


5 


00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages... 
Periodicals Can. Nat. Express, express. . . . . 

Montreal La Patrie 6 00 C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages. . 

Ottawa Citizen 4 50 Dom. Express Co., express 

Toronto Mail & Empire 5 00 Postmaster, postage 



28 40 


19 00 


19 67 


20 


3 85 


99 


7 07 


3 35 



Travelling Expenses ($65.10) 
Hartley, J 27 75 .Sr M. Cyprien . . . 37 35 

Rent of School Building ($400.00) 

Sisters of St. Mary 400 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($4j844.80j 
Sundry students 4,844 80 

SANDWICH 

Salaries ($6,116.67) 

D. M. Eagle Principal 12 months 3,000 00 

Amedee Beneteau Assistant Teacher 12 " 2,500 00 

Eugene Cabana Caretaker 12 " 616^67 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D81 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued 
SANDWICH— Continued 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Services and Contingencies 

($688.29) 

Sr. Mary of the Crucifix, ser- 
vices practice teaching 150 00 

Sr. Mary of the Holy Angels, 

services practice teaching 50 00 

Sr. Mary Virginia, practice 

teaching 50 00 

Miscellaneous 

Acme Hardware Co., paper, 

bulbs, etc 27 75 

Canada Customs, duty 5 88 

Can. Nat. Express, express 5 60 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 13 86 

Dupuis, G. J., baskets 3 20 

Postmaster, postage 5 54 



Reference Books 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 

Ryerson Press 

Stationery 

Marentette V. E., & Son 




31 60 
1 63 

39 43 


McCormick, J. A 

Services 

Brennan, Rose, services as 
practice teacher 

Brown, F. R., services typing. . . 

Bull, H. W., music instructor . . . 

Sr. John Berchmans services 
teaching art 


1 80 

50 00 

2 00 
100 00 

150 00 



Physical Culture, Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($15.35) 

Acme Hardware Co., football, balls, etc 



15 35 



Beneteau, A. J. 



Travelling Expenses ($75.04) 
44 64 Eagle, D. M.. 



30 40 



Payment to R.C.S.S. Board, Sandvi'ich, for Use of Schools for Training of Teachers, 

($600.00) 



Treasurer R.C.S.S. Board. 



600 00 



Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($8,403.30; 

Sundry students 8,403 30 



Fuel, Light and Power ($452.13) 



De Waard, Wm., coal, 349.55; 

wood, 23.50; coke, 31.40 404 45 

Dupuis, G. J., coal oil 3 00 



Dure, J., wood 26 25 

Windsor Hydro-Electric Svstem, 

light 18 43 



Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($149.93) 



.'\cnie Hardware Co., electric lamps, 
etc 

Can.Foundries-ForgingsLtd., desks 

Columbia Grafonola Store, re- 
pairs and needles 

Kelly, N., repairs to plaster 



17 


83 


12 


40 


2 


13 


1 


00 



Sandwich Hardware Co., roof re- 
pairs, paint 4 30 

Sandwich Lumber Co., lumber.. . . 7 27 

Sieber, J. L., draining and refilling 

water svstem 5 00 



Acme Hardware Co., hose, etc. 
Imperial Feed Store, plants. .. . 



Expenses of Grounds ($6.00j 

2 40 Jones, E. 

2 60 mower . . 



A., sharpening lawn 



1 00 



Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($57.70) 



Acme Hardware Co.. brooms, etc. 
Cahans, Mrs. E., laundry 



12 35 Dupuis, G. J., cheesecloth, etc.. . . 24 60 

15 50 Thrasher, E., towelling 5 25 



D82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES 
Salaries ($12,400.00i 



L M. Levim Inspector 

Geo. F. Rogers " 

J. A. Houston " 



12 months 
.12 " 
.12 " 



4,200 00 
4,200 00 
4,000 00 



Grants ($287,564.01) 



Treasurer, Board, High Schools and Collegiate 
Institutes 

Alexandria 1,356 3l 

Alliston 1,166 08 

Almonte 1,425 1^ 

Amherstburg 1,512 73 

Arnprior 1,422 OO 

Arthur 1,258 06 

Athens 1,202 OO 

Aurora 1,420 63 

Avonmore 1,109 21 

.\ylmer 1,674 04 

Barrie 1,883 85 

Beamsville 1,524 54 

Belleville 1,391 85 

Bowmanville 1,573 50 

Bracebridge 3,814 06 

Bradford 1,071 31 

Brampton 1,739 00 

Brantford 1,611 50 

Brighton 1,229 99 

BrockviUe 1,781 50 

Burford.... 1,491 60 

Burlington 1,393 12 

Caledonia 1,246 07 

Campbellford 1,512 25 

Carleton Place 1,177 59 

Cayuga 1,355 80 

Chapleau 2,392 41 

Chatham 1,753 50 

Chatsworth 806 49 

Chesley 1,501 15 

Chesterville 1,167 38 

Clinton 1,513 50 

Cobourg 1,871 50 

Colborne 1,184 20 

Collingwood 1,417 50 

Cornwall 1,564 53 

Deseronto • 1,177 12 

Dundalk 1,014 30 

Dundas, 1922, 1476.87; 1923, 

1546.49 3,023 36 

Dunnville 1,641 72 

Durham 1,319 26 

Dutton 1,153 21 

Elmira 1,026 93 

Elora 1,037 83 

Essex 1,862 10 

Exeter 1,298 08 

Fergus 1,170 96 

Flesherton 1,174 71 

Forest 1,313 89 

Fort Frances 3,158 20 

Fort William 3,339 00 

Gait 1,537 50 

Gananoque 1,373 10 

Georgetown 1,599 98 

Glencoe 1,061 37 

Goderich 1,434 50 

Graven hurst 2,318 62 



Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Haileybury, 1922, 4911.18; 1923, 

3275.04 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Madoc 

Markdale 

Markham 

Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Morewood 

Morrisburg 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean 

Newburgh 

Newcastle 

Newmarket, 1922, 1642.10; 1923, 

1612.14 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara Falls South 

North Bay 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paris 

ParkhiU 

Parrv Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Plantagenet 



1,285 15 
1,536 23 
1,198 34 

8,186 22 

1.744 50 
1,382 31 
1,188 94 
1,552 39 
1,327 68 
1,429 98 
3,378 50 
1,616 22 

1.745 50 
1,571 03 
1,410 50 
1,721 50 
1,817 50 
1,594 35 
1,591 63 
1,317 01 
1,310 49 
1,022 08 
1,233 47 

1.603 50 
1,561 50 

1.604 21 
1,329 15 

885 02 
1,511 13 
1,302 38 
1,604 86 
1,215 17 
997 59 
830 24 

3,254 24 
864 00 
1,839 50 
1,708 09 
3,467 00 
1,297 97 
1,042 93 
1,473 21 
866 37 
1,754 93 
1,690 77 
1,565 51 
1,866 50 
1,574 50 
1,529 75 
1,202 99 
2,773 10 
1,494 13 
1,266 51 
1,835 50 
1,565 50 
1,450 30 
1,931 50 
1,072 67 



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D83 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES— Continued 
Grants — Continued 



Treasurer, Board, High Schools and Collegiate 
Institutes— Continued 

Port Arthur 3,691 72 

Port Dover 874 50 

Port Elgin 996 47 

Port Hope 1,563 56 

Port Perry 1.435 46 

Port Rowan 723 95 

Prescott 1,314 66 

Renfrew 1,373 50 

Richmond Hill 1,125 23 

Ridgetown 1,355 00 

Rockland 1,004 21 

Sarnia 1,979 50 

Sault Ste. Marie, 1922,667.97; 

1923, 5993.62 6,661 59 

Scarboro 1,779 27 

Seaforth 1,482 50 

Shelburne 1,067 28 

Simcoe 1,542 03 

Smith's Falls 1,833 50 

Smithville 1,025 97 

St. Catharines. 1921, 1329.14; 

1923, 1480.50 2,809 64 

St. Mary's 1,821 50 

St. Thomas .- 1,514 50 

Stirling 1,413 67 

Stratford 1,626 50 

Strathrov 1,788 92 

Streetsville 810 23 

Sudbury 7,662 58 

Sydenham 1,325 68 

Thorold 1,368 79 



Tillsonburg 

Toronto — 

Davenport .... 

Harbord 

Humberside 

Jarvis 

Malvern 

North Toronto . 

Oakwood 

Parkdale 

Riverdale 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill.. . . 

Vienna 

Wallaceburg 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Welland 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamstown . . . . 

Winchester 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 



1,868 89 

1,490 70 

1,641 50 

1,626 50 

1,488 50 

1,657 50 

1,807 50 

1,795 50 

1,643 50 

1,731 50 

1,829 06 

1,334 63 

1,384 60 

1,639 50 

615 79 

1.538 63 

1.539 23 
1.821 48 

774 76 

1,201 19 

1,151 28 

1,254 00 

1,714 90 

1,634 89 

1,626 90 

1,242 31 

1,297 99 

1,408 32 

1,879 50 

1,594 67 

1.811 50 



Night High Schools, Grants ($7,590.79) 



Brantford. . . 
Collinswood. 
Fort William . 

Gait. 

Hamilton . . . . 



Amherstburg . 

Barrie 

Birch Cliff.... 
Brampton.. . . 
Brantford. . , . 
Brockville. . . . 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Collingwood. 
Dunnville. . . . 

Essex 

Fort William. 

Gait.. 

Goderich .... 
Hailevbury. . 
Hamilton. . . 
IngersoU. . . . 

Kenora 

Kingston. . . . 
Leamington.. 
Lindsay 



High School Cadet Corps ($4,800.00) 



150 


00 


80 


00 


86 


67 


210 


67 


974 


25 


)olC 

50 


]ad< 

00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


50 00 


100 00 


150 00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 



London 1,855 33 

Pembroke 270 00 

St. Thomas 248 07 

Toronto 3,009 13 

Windsor 706 67 



100 00 

100 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 
50 00 

100 00 



London 

Midland 

Morrisburg 

Napanee 

Niagara Falls 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Ottawa — 

Collegiate Institute 100 00 

Technical School 100 00 

Owen Sound 50 00 

Perth 50 00 

Picton 100 00 

Port Arthur 100 00 

Renfrew 100 00 

St. Catharines 100 00 

St. Mary's 100 00 

Sarnia 100 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 50 00 

Smith's Falls 100 00 

Stanford 50 00 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES— Continued 
High School Cadet Corps — Continued 



Stirling 


50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

50 00 

100 00 
50 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 


Jarvis 


100 00 


Stratford...*. 

Strathroy 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto — 

Central Technical 

Davenport 

Harbord 


Malvern 

North Toronto 


100 00 

.sn no 


Oakwood 

Parkdale 

Riverdale 

Welland 

Windsor 


ooooo 
ooooo 

ooooo 
ooooo 


High School of Commerce. . . . 
Humberside 


Woodstock 


100 00 







Grants to School Boards, Supervisors and Teachers to Encourage Courses in Music 

($230.00) 

Dunkley, Mrs. A. W., teacher at Woodstock 30 00 

Oakwood C.I 50 00 Illingworth, teacher at Woodstock 

Tedd, Emily, teacher at Riverdale C.I 50 00 

C.I....' 100 00 

Travelling and Moving Expenses ($2,608.99) 

Houston, J. A 803 40 Rogers, Geo. F 1,123 04 

Levan, I. M 682 55 

Stationery, Postage, Printing, Services and Contingencies ($2, 041. .51) 

Can. Nat. Express, express 62 25 printing, 416.04; stationery, 

Dom. Express Co., " 7105 641.74; binding, 13.20 1,608 21 

King's Printer, paper, 537.23; Postmaster, postage 300 00 



Allowances to Members of a Committee appointed to report on High School Education 
and for Secretarial Work (S2, 175.00) 

Agricultural Courses 

Blackwood, W 50 00 

Caesar, L 65 00 

Dandeno, J. B 65 00 

Harcourt, R 65 00 



Art Courses 

Allen. Arthur E.. 
BrowTi, H. W.... 

Davis, I. P 

Hood, Finlav.. . . 
Howell, A..'..... 
Humphries, B. R. 
Lismer, Arthur. . . 

Perry, S. W 

Somerville, E. M . 



Classical Courses 

Bennett, J. S. . ... . 

Dale, E. A 

Dewitt, Prof. N. W. 

Fox, W. S 

Glassey, D. A 

JollifiFe, R. O 

Kirkwood, W. A.... 

Mills, J. H 

Robinson, P. J 

Sliter, E. O 

Woodhead, W. D.. . 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


60 


00 


50 


00 


65 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


25 


00 


65 


00 


25 


00 


15 


00 


65 


00 


15 


00 


25 


00 


15 


00 



Blyth, Sara 

Dickinson, Jas. A, 
Edwards, W. G . . . 
Eldon, Robt. H... 
Jamieson, C. E.. . . 

Sorsoleii, M. A 

Ward. Wm 



English and History Courses 

Glass, W. A 

Hardy, E. A 

Jones, G. M 

Ketcheson, B 

McCallum, M. A 



Modem Language Coiu-ses 

Buchanan. Prof. M. A, 

Carter, J. W 

Hogarth, E. S 

Irwin, H. W...: 



Science Courses 

Calvert, J. F. . 
Cosen, Dr. A.. 
Emer\', J. W. . 

Sine, Fred 

Smith, Prof 

Whyte, David. 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


60 


00 


50 GO 


65 


00 


50 


00 


15 


00 


70 


00 


75 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


50 00 


65 


00 


65 


00 


50 


00 


65 


00 


50 00 



Commercial Courses 

Baird, Wm 



50 00 



Miscellaneous 

Nesbitt, M., services as secretan.- 



35 00 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

DEPARTMENT LIBRARY AND MUSEUM 

Salaries ($5,300.00) 

Rowland B. On Director 12 months 

C. A. H. Clarke Clerk : 12 " 

C. W. Nash Naturalist in Museum 12 " 



2,100 00 
1,500 00 
1,700 00 



Contingencies, including Services, Postage, Stationery, Typewriters and OflBce 
Equipment, Printing Labels, etc. ($2,482.39) 



Temporary Services 

Borthwick, Hazel, stenographer 

at 75.00 per month 858 90 

Hodgson, W. W., guard at 3.13 

per diem 1,017 19 

Miscellaneous 

American Journal of Physical 

Anthropology, subscription . .. 6 25 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. .. 3 25 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 4 39 

Dom. Express Co., " 5 67 

Dom. Pub. Co., books 37 50 

Farrow, C. R., angle iron 12 00 

Hamilton, G. H., drugs, etc. ... 40 64 

Hamilton Spectator, copies 37 

Harris, E., Co., Ltd., bronze 

trowel, etc 10 35 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., 



premium on policy (contents 

of museum) 15 00 

King's Printer, printing, 5.42; 
stationery, 114.19; binding, 
96.00 215 61 

Mackenzie & Co., hanging pic- 
tures 

Park Bros., photo prints 

Pearsall, G.. &Son, hardware. . .. 

Pickard, W. J., cartage 

Postmaster, postage 

Potter, Chas., lantern slides. . . . 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo 
films, paper, etc 

Ryerson Press, printing cards. . . 

Stechert, G. E., & Co., sub- 
scription, "Folk Lore" 

Torgis, A. L., bronze handle... . 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

rentals, 5.00; ribbons, 4.00.... 9 00 



23 


06 


6 


00 


15 


38 


6 


00 


40 


00 


31 


55 


9 


68 


8 


50 


4 


00 


2 


10 



Expenses of Archaeological Researches, Purchase of Collections, Pictures, Busts, 
Cases, Paintings, Services, Manuscripts, Furnishings, Travelling Expenses, 

etc. ($1,133.80) 



Can. Nat. Express, express 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 

Clarke, C. A. H., trav. expenses.. . 

Clark, W. B., Indian relics 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Hamilton, G. H., supplies for 

making busts 

Harris, E., Co., oil colours 

King's Printer, printing, 10.37; 

binding, 240.00; paper, 2.13 



5 


95 


3 


20 


114 


11 


275 


00 




45 


1 


50 


17 92 



252 50 



Orr, Dr. R. B., trav. expenses. . . . 
Ramsay, J. G., & Co., Ltd., photo 

supplies 

Secord, T. E. M., Indian relics.. . . 
Simpson, R., Co., frame and cotton 

.sign 

Singleton, A. F., copper implement 
Thompson, W. J., engraving and 

half tone 

Wallace, J. B., Indian relics 



177 70 

13 85 
175 00 

9 62 
5 GO 

22 00 
60 00 



Natural History Collections and Supplies, Incidentals and Inspection ($70.94) 



Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. . 49 

Funnell, J., moose head 50 00 

Hamilton, G. H., drugs and chemi- 
cals 4 95 



Spanner-Oliver & Co., mounting 
specimens 



15 50 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES 
Salaries ($12,550.00) 

W. O. Carson Inspector of Public Libraries. 12 months 3,800 00 

Dorothy Thompson Professional Librarian 12 " 1,600 00 

S. B. Herbert Senior Clerk 12 " 1,900 00 

Wm. Lemon Clerk - 12 " 1,500 00 

Wm. E. Smith Travelling Library Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

P. Spereman Librarv Assistant 12 " 1.200 00 

Jessie Craig Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES— Continued 
Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses ($53,963.81) 



Grants 

Acton 90 88 

Admaston 10 00 

Agincourt 185 44 

Ailsa Craig 62 42 

AUenford 60 74 

Alliston . 125 35 

Almonte 152 43 

Alton 28 03 

Amherstburg 229 90 

Angus 30 22 

Arkona 26 20 

Arnprior 200 00 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atwood 

Auburn 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Badjeros 

Bala 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Bath 

Bayfield 

Baysville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beechwood 

Beeton 

Belleville 

Belwood 

Birchcliff 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothvvell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 230 43 



Brampton. 

Brantford 

Bridgeburg. . . . 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brooklin 

Brougham 

Brownsville. . . . 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls. . . 
Burlington. . . . 
Burgessville. . . . 

Caledon 

Cambray 

Camden East. . 
Campbellford. . 

Canfield 

Cannington. . . . 

Cardinal 

Cargill 

Carleton Place. 

Cayuga 

Chalk River. . . 
Chatham 



73 03 


33 


15 


15 


71 


24 37 


90 


56 


245 


61 


114 37 


21 


86 


45 


26 


44 


66 


260 00 


32 


25 


20 43 


27 80 


88 


82 


71 


92 


97 49 


10 


00 


260 


00 


51 


35 


102 


17 


109 62 


25 


00 


32 


01 


118 


81 


65 


35 


28 


62 


97 29 


230 


43 


260 


00 


260 00 


74 


73 


69 52 


260 


00 


28 


24 


35 


00 


65 


28 


110 07 


44 


76 


115 


18 


33 


55 


74 


98 


60 


16 


36 


31 


231 


95 


63 


14 


51 


15 


51 


63 


94 00 


120 


13 


15 


00 


37 38 


260 


00 



Chatsworth 

Cheapside 

Chesley 

Chesterville. . . . 

Claremont 

Clarksburg 

Clarkson 

Claude 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldstream 

Cold water 

Collingwood . . . . 

Comber 

Cookstown 

Copetown 

Copleston 

Copper Cliff. . . . 

Cornwall 

Creemore 

Delhi 

Delta 

Depot Harbour. 

Don 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Drumbo 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dungannon 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East Linton . . . . 

Elmira 

Elmvale . 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Emo 

Ennotville 

Erin 

Essex 

Espanola 

Ethel 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls. . . 

Fenwick 

Fergus 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Fordwich 

Forest 

Forester's Falls. 

Fort Erie 

Fort Frances. . . 
Fort William. . . 

Frankford 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Garden Island . . 
Georgetown .... 
Glamis 



35 56 
16 41 

128 22 
37 08 
43 43 
88 02 
29 52 

43 09 
47 22 

260 00 
109 25 

117 05 
31 55 
47 55 
15 72 

260 00 

80 06 

31 67 
142 15 

50 00 
193 41 
205 61 

40 51 

144 35 

55 25 

65 62 
33 50 

56 88 

118 38 

66 43 
15 00 

177 05 

36 96 
200 00 

68 70 

145 14 

15 97 
191 33 

44 83 
36 53 

183 10 

32 69 

45 45 

73 14 
121 32 
207 06 

95 98 
47 35 
85 82 

69 27 
55 85 

74 97 

16 77 

81 60 

19 34 
115 24 

18 68 

64 88 

209 11 

520 00 

41 22 
260 00 
257 54 

20 13 
200 13 

14 45 



1922-23 



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D87 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continuedi 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES— Continued 
Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses — Continued 



Grants — Continued 

Glanvvorth 31 12 

Glen Allen 10 00 

Glencoe 70 00 

Glen Morris 32 47 

Goderich 260 00 

Gore Bay 72 22 

Gore's Landing 13 08 

Gorrie l.S 34 

Grafton 29 02 

Grand Valley 84 93 

Granton 108 11 

Gravenhurst 79 05 

Grimsby 188 05 

Guelph 260 00 

Hagersville 192 16 



Haileybury. 
Haliburton. . 
Ham'lton. . . . 

Hanover 

Harrietsville. 
Harrington . . 
Harriston . . . 

Harrow 

Hawkesbury , 
Hensall. 



50 00 
16 61 
520 00 
226 91 
69 79 
26 62 
89 09 
62 24 
16 00 
85 45 

Hespeler 226 16 

Highgate 71 93 

Highland Creek 10 00 

Hillsbiirg 71 80 

Hillsdale 18 87 

Hillview 10 00 

Holstein 50 74 

Honeywood 28 47 

Huntsville 80 37 

Ignace 95 00 

Ingersoll 257 05 

Inglewood 52 19 

Inkerman 101 83 

Tnwood 15 00 

Iroquois 57 54 

Iroquois Falls 231 96 

Islington 79 21 

Ivanhoe 21 36 

Tarvis 37 67 

"Kars 44 37 

Kemble 33 19 

Kemptviile 92 47 

Kenora. 225 06 

Kincardine 91 55 

Kingston 260 00 

Kingsville 154 33 

Kinmount 15 00 

Kintore 51 72 

Kirkfield 55 69 

Kirkton 32 97 

Kitchener 260 00 

Komoka 38 83 

Lake Charles 13 08 

Lakefield 151 97 

Lakeside 84 08 

Lanark 22 86 

Leamington 259 -70 

Lefrov 18 22 

Lindsay 260 00 

Listowel 104 33 



Little Britain 

London 

Lome Park 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lyn 

Madoc 

Mandamin 

Manilla 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marksville 

Marmora 

Martindown 

Matilda 

Maxville 

Meaford 

Melbourne 

Merrickville 

Merritton 

Midland . . 

Millbank 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Minden 

Mitchell 

Monkton 

Moorefield 

Mono Centre 

Mono Mills 

Mono Road 

Morrisburg 

Morriston 

Mount Albert 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Mount Hope 

Nanticoke 

Napanee 

Napier 

Newburgh 

Newbiiir\' 

Newcastle 

New Dundee 

New Hamburg 

Newineton 

New Liskeard 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara -on -the-Lake . 

Niagara Falls 

Norland 

North Bay 

North Gower 

Norwich 

Oakville 

Oakwood 

Odessa 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 



104 03 
920 00 

26 27 
79 19 
52 03 

47 62 
36 90 

73 17 
146 64 

56 39 

15 51 

16 37 
100 48 

30 89 
21 81 
62 70 

247 10 

21 96 

48 09 
81 41 

256 91 

93 61 

104 10 

134 90 

38 65 

248 62 

22 07 
86 52 
20 61 
18 97 
20 08 

50 00 

27 94 
104 27 

20 27 

74 72 
24 26 

108 89 

17 54 
12 61 

207 55 

28 80 
14 55 
lO 00 

100 00 

51 92 
78 84 
20 09 

215 53 

96 19 

186 58 

162 06 

260 00 

22 79 

260 00 

17 61 

171 72 

206 09 

51 71 

40 52 

48 06 

153 40 

260 00 

260 00 

761 77 

46 34 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES— Continued 
Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses— Continued 



Grants — Continued 

Owen Sound . . . 
Oxford Mills... 

Paisley 

Palermo 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Park Head 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound . . . 
Pembroke 



Penetanguishene 248 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Pickering 

Picton 

Pinkerton 

Plattsville 

Plympton 

Point Edward 

Port Arthur 

Port Carling 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Powassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queensville 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ridgeway 

Ripley 

Rodney 

Romney 

Rossdale 

Runnvmede 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Helens 

St. George 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Saltfleet 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Scarborough 

Schreiber 

Scotland 

Seaforth 

Shedden 

Shelburne 

Shetland 

Simcoe 

Singhampton 

Smith's Falls 

Smithville 

Solina 

Sombra 115 26 



260 


00 


20 


00 


103 


62 


29 


07 


88 


64 


260 00 


17 


66 


144 


38 


168 


90 


260 


00 


248 


81 


120 


71 


260 


00 


71 


58 


260 


00 


26 


20 


59 


33 


48 


71 


15 


00 


260 


00 


106 


30 


235 84 


43 


83 


50 00 


121 


97 


95 


35 


75 


64 


36 


78 


56 


59 


145 


21 


245 


18 


260 


00 


25 


00 


30 06 


249 37 


70 09 


81 


64 


32 


68 


32 37 


32 


52 


53 


53 


66 06 


81 


00 


70 02 


260 


00 


21 


60 


37 


32 


169 


25 


260 


00 


47 


82 


260 00 


520 00 


61 


36 


39 


00 


59 


88 


256 


60 


21 


92 


95 


25 


75 


19 


260 00 


30 00 


241 


70 


25 


96 


30 


30 



Southampton . . . 

Southcote 

Sonya 

South Mountain 
South River.. . . 
South Woodslee. 

Sparta 

Speedside 

Springfield 

Stayner , 

Steven sville 

Stirling 

.Stoufifville 

Stratford 

Strathcona 

Strathroy 

Stratton 

Streetsville 

Sudbury 

Sundridge 

Sutton West 

Swan sea 

Sydenham 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesford 

Thamesville. . . . 

Thedford 

Thorn dale 

Thornhill 

Thorold 

Tillsonburg 

Tiverton 

Tobermory 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Trout Creek .... 

Tweed . 

Underwood 

Unionville 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill . . . 

Varna 

Victoria 

Victoria Mines. . 
Victoria Road . . , 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Walton 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

AVaterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welleslev 

Welland' 

West Lome 

Weston 

Whitby 

White Lake 

Wiarton 

Williamstown . . . 
Winchester 



37 36 
30 00 
21 44 
23 51 
23 77 

74 29 
50 00 
11 56 
28 08 
40 00 

49 05 
148 62 
240 11 
260 00 

19 69 
105 56 

45 07 

59 03 

164 32 

20 07 
53 50 

110 00 
89 36 

112 73 
80 41 
98 24 
33 15 
89 97 
59 53 

75 84 

50 18 

112 14 
187 49 

13 95 
66 28 

3.828 40 
10 00 
253 32 
18 89 
53 06 
56 42 

14 69 
78 03 

117 27 

49 89 

20 01 

44 91 

10 00 

233 91 

260 00 

173 66 

10 00 

44 85 

15 00 

16 25 

113 10 
260 00 

97 22 

38 92 
214 34 

86 46 
252 16 
185 72 
33 81 
05 34 
10 00 
47 16 



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D89 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES— Continued 
Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses — Continued 



Grants — Continued 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Wood villa 

Worthington . . . 

Wroxeter 

Wyoming 

Zephyr 

Zurich 



Books 

American Library Association 

Bowker, R. R 

Brown, N. L 

Can. Facts Pub. Co 

Can. Review Co 

Dawson, Wm., & Sons 

Forest Press 

Grolier Society Ltd 

Hill, F. P.. 

Hume, W. E 

Macmillan Co. Ltd 

McAinsh & Co 

McClelland & Stewart Ltd. . . . 

Nelson, Thomas, & Sons 

Rverson Press 

Wilson, H. W, Co 



260 


00 


260 


00 


260 


00 


49 


37 


85 


24 


48 


37 


71 


77 


20 


18 


15 


00 


32 


05 


4 


24 


1 


68 


37 


50 


350 


00 


20 


75 


8 


24 


64 00 


5 


15 


400 


00 




49 


14 


40 


3 


60 


2 


00 


15 


66 


1 


40 



Miscellaneous 

Addressograph Sales Co., inspec- 
tions, 25.90; ribbon, etc., 6.16 . 32 06 
Canada Customs, duty charges. 8 32 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 7 10 

Can. Nat. Telegraph, messages. . 6 94 

Day Sign Co., cards and charts. 14 25 

Dom. Express Co., charges 10 45 

Gaylord Bros., binders, label 

holders, etc 25 97 

Gladman, D. H., crepe paper.. . 1 05 

Grant, D., bibliographical work. 13 00 

House Bros., cartage 38 95 

Jackson, Annie, selecting books. 100 00 

Jarvis, Marjorie, selecting books. 100 00 
King's Printer, stationer^', 
1,761.12; printing, 5,145.67; 

paper, 309.64; binding, 31.50. 7,447 93 

Landon, Fred, selecting books. . 75 00 

Postmaster, postage 300 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., re- 
pairs to typewriter 4 15 

.Sundry Newspapers and Peri- 
odicals, subscriptions 39 56 

United Tvpewriter Co., inspec- 
tions... \... 11 00 



Carson, W. O. 
Herbert, S. B. 



Travelling Expenses ($506.53) 



186 53 
97 00 



Spereman, P 206 10 

Thompson, D. A 16 90 



King's Printer, printing, 



Library Institutes ($543.25) 



21 08 



Sundry delegates, travelling ex- 
penses 



522 17 



Library School, Services, Travelling Expenses of Students and Instructors, and 

Contingencies ($3,350.41) 



Services as Lecturer 



Barnstead, W 

Boyle, G 

Hardy, Dr. E. A 

Locke, Geo. H 

Lowe, Jno. A 

Macbeth, L. L C 

Moir, E 

Reece, E. J 

Smith, L. H 

Staton, F . 

Sykes, W. J 

Strohm, A 

Wallace, W. J. . : 



Travelling Expenses 

Lowe, Jno. A 

Reece, E. J 

.Snndrv Students. 



295 


00 


225 


00 


40 


00 


350 


00 


50 


00 


175 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


225 


00 


150 00 


120 


00 


25 


00 


125 


00 


55 


"49 


54 32 


175 


75 



Strohm, A. . 
Sykes, W. J. 



Miscellaneous 

Adams Furniture Co., adjust- 
able light 

Figary, W. H., photos 

House Bros., cartage 

King's Printer, stationery, 57 1.20; 
printing, 28.61 

Moody, R. S., services as care- 
taker at 1.50 per diem 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., filing 
cabinet 

Ryerson Press, books 

Toronto Public Library, rent of 
rooms 

Venabies, A. E., printing certi- 
ficates 

Willard Co., pamphlets 



31 

64 


35 
20 


6 00 

2 00 

12 80 


599 


81 


133 


50 


55 
18 


00 
90 


225 


00 


10 
26 


20 
09 



D90 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES— Continued 
Travelling Libraries, Books, Services and Contingencies ($4,262.20) 



Books 



Allen , Thus 

American Library Association , 

Rritnell, A 

Can. Facts Pub. Co 

Carnegie Public Library 

Chambers, W. R., & Co., Ltd. 

Ford, T. J., & Co 

Foulis, T. N 

Goodchild, F. D., Co 

Hodder & Stoughton 

Lane, J ^ 

Longmans Green & Co 

Macmillan Co. Ltd 

McClelland & Stewart Ltd 

McLeod, Geo. J., Ltd 

Murray, J 

Oxford University Press 

Paul, S., &Co 



150 50 

12 05 

5 85 

20 00 

2 10 
125 92 

43 00 

3 57 
790 81 

73 34 
31 92 
1 67 
63 28 
69 75 
14 00 
14 50 
547 84 
39 56 



Ryerson Press 

Tyrrell, Wm.,&Co, 
Unwin,T. F., Ltd... 



Miscellaneous 

Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 
Can. Nat. Rys., freight charges. 
Can. Pac. liy., freight charges. . . 

Canada Steamship Lines 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Gaylord Bros., binder cloth, etc. 

Gearing, Thos. V., cases 

King's Printer, stationery, 19.80; 

paper, 25.50; printing, 11.22. . 

Planet Bicycle Co., locks 

S. S. "Antonia," freight 

Toronto' & York Radial Ry., 

freight 



,017 


80 


31 


75 


44 


66 


255 


00 


350 


22 


8 48 




25 


233 


76 


8 


35 


206 


50 


56 


52 


24 50 


14 


10 






65 



RURAL SCHOOL LIBRARIES 
Grants and Contingencies ($8,343.14) 



Grant — ^Treasurer, County of : 





Public Separate 


Brant 


4 

448 


49 
59 




Bruce 


49 67 


Carleton 


149 


44 


18 46 


DufTerin 


172 


60 




Elgin 


239 


71 




Essex 


315 


96 


145 52 


Frontenac 


75 


72 


18 96 


Grey 


208 


92 


6 30 


Haldimand 


80 


69 




Halton 


70 


49 




Hastings 


319 


48 


49 40 


Huron 


155 
359 


86 
87 


33 70 


Kent 


20 00 


Lambton 


138 


94 




Lanark 


207 


26 


9 24 


Leeds & Grenville 


189 


53 


22 02 


Lennox & Addington 


49 


38 


9 90 


Lincoln 


251 


84 




Middlesex 


279 


65 


10 00 


Norfolk 


81 


06 




Northumberland and Dur- 








ham 


332 


70 


13 05 


Ontario 


201 


47 


10 00 


Oxford 


165 


66 




Peel 


74 08 
136 35 




Perth 


15 88 


Peterborough 


102 


31 


41 69 


Prescott & Russell 


26 


85 


6 73 


Prince Edward 


86 32 




Renfrew 


45 


02 


45 00 


Simcoe 


301 


18 


30 83 


Stormont, Dundas & Glen- 




garry 


175 


97 


32 82 


Victoria 


139 


42 




Waterloo 


155 


45 


25 90 


Welland 


157 


01 




Wellington 


277 


29 


32 36 


Wentworth 


256 


59 




York 


548 


52 





Trustees, School Board 

Public Separate 

Algoma: — 

1 Casgrain 6 00 

3 Hilton 10 00 

1 Kendall 6 60 

5 Korah 4 60 

2 Laird & Tarbutt 10 00 



4 Lefroy .... 
4 McDonald. 
U 2 Parkinson . 
1 Spragge... 
1 Wicksteed. 



5 52 
9 20 

6 33 
6 44 
4 74 



Kenora :— - 

1 Ignace 9 57 

1 Osaquan 10 00 

Manitoulin: — 

U 7 Assiginack 4 60 

1 Burpee 10 00 

2 Cockburn Island 9 15 

1 Howland 10 00 

4 Sandfield 4 60 

Muskoka: — 

6 Chaffey 8 28 



Macauley 6 07 

Medora 



Monck. 



UIO 

1 Freeman , 

6 

2 

8 

2 

6 " . . 

1 Morrison . 

9 « 



3 
4 
5 
1 
2 Stevenson 



13 
02 
63 
90 
60 
90 
90 
52 
60 



Oakley 6 44 

5 76 



1922-23 



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D91 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

RURAL SCHOOL LIBRARIES— Continued 
Grants and Contingencies — Continued 



Trustees, School Board — Continued 

Public Separate 

Muskoka : — Continued 

3 Stisted 10 00 

U6 " 7 IQ 

5 Watt 8 07 



Nipissing: — 
U3 Bonfield & Calvin 
1 Chisholm 



6 90 

9 18 



Parr>' Sound: — 

7 Armour 4 78 

1 Badgerow 6 00 

Blair 10 00 



1 

2 Chapman 

1 Gurd 

4 Himsworth, S. 
1 Laurier 



70 
20 
90 
95 



Ul 



McMurrich 10 00 

Nobel Consolidated .... 10 00 
Ryerson 4 95 



Rainy River: 
6 Dilke... 



8 10 



Sudbury: — 

1 Baldwin & Merritt 10 00 

3 Broder 4 60 

1 Burwash 7 50 

1 Delamere 6 60 

4 Drury 5 75 

1 Dryden 6 90 

1 Foleyet 6 00 

1 Gallagher 10 00 

3 Garson 9 20 

5 " 8 74 

2 Hutton 4 74 



Public Separate 



1 Laura, Servas & Bur- 
wash 5 43 

1 Levack & Dowling 4 60 

2 Lome 6 90 

Louise 4 97 

Martland 5 04 

Mav 5 52 



Neelon 10 00 



Salter . 



5 87 



1 Sweeney 4 60 



U2 

2 
1 
1 

2 



Temiskaming: — 

U 2 Boston 

Brethour 

Chamberlain 

Firstbrook 

Harley 

Harris 

1 Haultain 

U 1 Hilliard & Armstrong . 

3 Kerns 

1 Machin 

1 Marter 



6 67 

4 87 
8 92 



5 17 



6 00 
l6 '66 



10 00 

7 06 

10 00 



8 26 



Thunder Bay: — 

1 Cameron Falls 6 75 

2 Conmee 4 60 

1 Grant 

1 Jack Fish 6 27 

U 1 Mclntyre & Gorham 4 99 

5 Mclntyre 4 60 

1 Neebing 10 00 

2 Oliver 4 60 

1 Schreiber 10 00 

Contingencies: — 

King's Printer, binding 



6 60 



6 00 



13 81 



Grants to Ontario College of Art and other Art Societies ($25,500.00) 

Treasurer, Ontario College of Art 25,000 00 

Treasurer, Ontario Society of Artists 500 00 



Grants to Historical, Literary and Scientific Societies ($17,300.00) 



Literary and Scientific 

Boy Scouts' Association 

Can. Girl Guides' Association . . . 
Hamilton Scientific Association . 
Institut Canadien Francais, 

Ottawa 

Institut Jeanne D'Arc 

L'Alliance Francaise, Ottawa . . . 

Le Cercle Social, Ottawa 

Le Cercle St. Francois d'Assise . . 
Le Club Litteraire Canadien 

Francais d'Ottawa 

Ontario Library Association .... 
Ottawa F"ieid Naturalist Club . . . 
Ottawa Association for the Blind 
Royal Astronomical Society of 

Canada 

Royal Canadian Institute, 

Toronto 



Society of Chemical Industry. . . 
2,000 00 St. Patrick's Literary & Scientific 

3,000 00 Association 

400 00 

Historical 

300 00 Aryan Society, Brantford 

200 00 Brant 

400 00 Elgin 

200 00 Folk Lore Society 

300 00 Essex 

Georgian Bay 

300 00 Gore Bay 

400 00 Grenville 

200 00 Huron 

1,000 00 Kent 

Kingston 

600 00 Lennox and Addington 

Little Current 

2,500 00 London and Middlesex 



300 


00 


200 


00 


200 00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 



D92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



RURAL SCHOOL LIBRARIES—Continued 



Grants to Historical, Literary and Scientific Societies — Continued 



Historical — Ckmtlnued 

Lundy'sLane 200 00 

Manitowaning 50 00 

Niagara 350 00 

Ontario 1,000 00 

Owen Sound 100 00 

Parr\' Sound 100 00 

Thunder Bav 100 00 



United Empire Loyalists' As- 
sociation 200 00 

Waterloo 100 00 

Wentworth 200 00 

Women's Canadian, Ottawa.. . . 400 00 

Women's C^inadian, Toronto. . . . 200 00 

Women's Wentworth 3C0 00 

^'ork Pioneers 200 CO 



TECHNICAL EDUCATION 



Salaries ($22,349.96; 



F. W. Merchant Directoi 6 months 2,700 00 

F. P. Gavin Assistant Director 12 " 4,499 96 

M. A. Sorsoliel District Organizer 12 " 3,500 00 

F. S. Rutherford " " 12 " 3,650 00 

Elsie McKim " " 12 " 3,650 00 

J. F. Uflfen Principal Clerk 12 " 2,200 00 

Helen Denison Senior Cle^k Stenographer 12 " 1,100 00 

M. Fo\- Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1 ,050 00 



Manual Training and Household Science Departments, including Grants, Scholarships, 
Services, Equipment, Books, Stationery, Printing and Contingencies ($59,187.40) 

Owen Sound 1,267 14 

Peterborough 1,072 18 

Port Arthur 358 20 

.Sarnia 677 02 

Sault Ste. Marie H.S 614 85 

Sault Ste. jMarie P.S 1 ,400 96 

St. Catharines 380 77 

Stratford Coll. Inst 534 54 

Stratford P.S 500 91 

St. Thomas 744 95 

Toronto 17,961 73 

Walker^■ille 1,245 20 

Windsor 3,961 05 

Woodstock 860 53 

15 York 1,335 62 



Grants 
Treasurer, School Board 

Belleville 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 

Fort William 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Humber Heights Consolidated. 

Ingersoll 

Kingston 

Kitchener Coll. Inst 

Kitchener P.S 

London 

Madoc 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara Falls, South 

Orangeville 

Ottawa 



193 15 

1,985 94 

494 05 

956 67 

84 08 

485 86 

49 12 

744 24 

559 98 

• 484 76 

5,648 12 

418 44 

2,122 20 

478 79 

350 24 

711 54 

4,290 70 

241 99 

275 90 

40 05 

23 67 

4,677 89 



Grants 

Treasurer, R.C.S.S. Board 

London 

Toronto 



333 42 

435 42 



Contingencies 

King's Printer, stationery 181 69 

Rverson Press, manuals 3 84 



Grant to Sudbury High School for Mining Education i $7,000.00 1 

Treasurer 7,000 00 



Grant to Haileybury High School for Mining Department ($7,000. 00^ 

Treasurer 7,000 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D93 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

TECHNICAL EDUCATION— Continued 

Agricultural Training in High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, Continuation Schools 
and Fifth Classes, Grants to Boards and Teachers, and Contingencies ($14,701.52) 



School Teacher's 

High Schools Grant Grant 

Almonte 100 00 

" Waddell, T. K 80 00 

Amherstburg 242 60 

" Davies, Norman 100 00 

Arthur 73 98 

« McRitchie, A. R 290 00 

Athens 79 48 

« Burchill, J. E 55 00 

" Rogers, W. C ' 30 00 

Beamsville 2,481 54 

" Adams, J. G 290 00 

Belleville 76 91 

« Maclaurin, P. C 105 00 

Bowmanville 100 00 

" Morrison, W. J 120 00 

£ssex 249 34 

" Smithendorf, H . F. ? 2 10 ' 00 

Haileybury 117 20 ...... 

" Tuke, W. H 105 00 

Kincardine 105 66 

« Duppell, Louis W 40 00 

" Strathdee, Mary 55 00 

Leamington 100 00 

" Campbell, Geo. A 80 00 

Mitchell 88 45 

« Donaldson, Wm 40 00 

Niagara Falls South .. . . 98 95 

« Campbell, H. M 7 50 

" Hillerud, S. 22 50 

" Porter, W. A 55 00 

Oak\ille 242 52 

" Wvndham,Wm.B 290 00 

Port Hope 100 00 

" Campbell, H. M 40 00 

" Carrol, W. I 30 00 

Port Perry 2,566 06 

" FoUick, Thos H 210 00 

Scarborough 100 00 

" Porter, W. A 30 00 

Whitbv 73 12 

" Ireland, N. J 80 00 

Williamstown 89 85 

" Carrol, W. 1 55 00 



School Teacher's 
Grant Grant 



Winchester 233 71 

" Copeland, G. E 

Collegiate Institutes 

Brockville 245 50 

" Anderson, Jno. A. . 

•' Learoyd, C. W. .. . 
Clinton 93 60 

" Quinn, E. L 

" Summerhayes,R.V. 
Cobourg 48 50 

" Davidson,R. D. P. 
Renfrew 212 68 

" Davies, Norman . . 

" Scott. Rena C 

St. Thomas 62 98 

" Bodkin, Gert'deL. 

" Wing, Henr\- 

Continuation Schools 

Dravton 1,235 38 

" ' Clark, Geo. A 

New Hamburg 117 

" Bowden, W. L.... 
New Liskeard 177 

" Dobbie. Isabella E. 
Ridgeway 

" Woodley, A. M . . . 
Thamesford 

" Francis, G. C 



Fifth Classes 

5 Ancaster 96 96 

" Smith, Vera F 

Mallorytown Consoli-- 

dated 125 00 

" Oliver, W. L 

() Ross 

" McKim, Helen G. . 
22 York 93 50 

" Short, J. A 

27 York 3 44 

" Isard, Viola M 



290 


00 


290 
105 


00 
00 


40 00 
55 00 


105 


00 


150 

145 


00 
00 



105 00 

105 00 



210 


00 


105 


00 


135 


00 


105 


00 


70 


00 


30 00 


105 


00 


30 


00 


55 


00 



55 00 



Industrial, Commercial and Technical Education, Day and Evening Classes, including 

Grants, Services and Contingencies. Training Courses for Teachers, provision for 

accommodation and Equipment and Supplies, Salaries, Travelling Expenses, 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses in connection with such courses 

($724,926.82) 



Grants 

Treasurer, School Board 

Barrie 553 42 

Beamsville 768 00 

Belleville 3,806 15 

Brantford 2,649 63 

Chatham 5,234 63 

CoUingwood 1,671 33 

Dundas 1,168 50 

Fort William 10,182 42 

Gananoque 1,253 75 

Guelph 10,535 45 



Hamilton 101,447 17 

Hespeler 1,098 26 

Ingersoll 592 12 

Iroquois Falls 768 CO 

Kenora 916 18 

Kingston 134 82 

Lindsav 1,511 76 

London 25,799 83 

Midland 639 69 

Oshawa 756 75 

Owen Sound 2,810 39 

Pembroke 2,003 28 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
TECHNICAL EDUCATION— Continued 
Industrial, Commercial and Technical Education, etc. — Continued 



Grants — Continued 

Treasurer, School Board 

Perth 1 

Peterborough 2 

Port Arthur 2 

Preston 1 

Sarnia 81 

St. Catharines 41 

St. Thomas 1 

Tininiins 1 

Toronto 

High School of Commerce ... 38 

Riverdale 100 

Technical School 71 

Walkerville 

Whitbv 

Windsor-Walkerville 30 

Woodstock 1 

15 York 1 

22 York 



Treasurer, High School Board 

Amh?rstburg 1,578 77 

Hailevbury 3,011 62 

Port Hope 867 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 89,180 39 

Sudburv 9,055 08 

Welland 1,576 97 

Treasurer, Collegiate Institute Board 

Barrie 634 19 

Brockville 2,382 67 

Cobourg 1,891 50 

Gait 7,055 69 

Goderich 731 59 

Kitchener 3,308 96 

Niagara Falls 8,666 72 

North Bay 2,093 09 

Ottawa 28,591 97 

Stratford 1,463 15 

Treasurer, Continuation School Board 

Espanola 1,615 15 

Welland 1,066 70 



Services and Travelling Expenses 
of Instructors 

Bowman, C. A., services, 300.00; 
trav. expenses. 62.32 



Coogan, H., services, 300.00; 

trav. expenses, 25.55 325 55 

408 93 Gavin, F. P., services 400 00 

593 08 McKim, E. I. " 300 00 

222 42 Rutherford, F. S. " 300 00 

683 66 Rutherford, W. H " , 300 00 

726 80 Sorsoleil, M. A. " 300 00 

868 24 \'anevery, J. F. " 300 00 

922 66 Wallbridge, J., trav. expenses, 

146 00 8.00; services, 300.00 308 00 

054 65 Miscellaneous 

000 00 Arnold, H., provisions 

184 71 Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 

12 49 . Chambers, W. & R., Ltd., books 

841 82 City Dairy, milk, etc 

371 08 Cleland, F. E., provisions 

025 10 College China Hall, plates 

269 75 Dep. Trade & Commerce, 

142 50 Ottawa, copyright 

Dom. Express Co., charges. . . . 
Dunwoody, Wm. Hood, In- 
dustrial Institute, books. . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., mats 

Engineering Society, University 

of Toronto, paper 

Goodchild, F. D., Co., books... 

Gregory, I,., services 

Ivy, J. D., Co., wire net, etc. . . 

King's Printer, stationery', 

1,263.87; printing, 796.17; 

paper, 443.97 

Knox Business Book Co., books 
McNeill Sales, Ltd., mimeo- 
graph parts 

Miller & Sons, flowers 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., books, 

cotton, etc 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

needles 

Superintendent of Documents, 

Washington, book 

Sundry periodicals, subscrip- 
tions 

Toronto Board of Education, 
use of Technical School Build- 
ing 

Wilson, B., cake 

Williams, C. F., & Son, Inc., 
362 32 school monographs 2 82 



34 90 


6 


45 


15 


68 


13 


86 


4 


08 


1 


20 


1 


00 


1.2 


50 


2 


00 


3 


34 




50 


41 


58 


5 


00 


17 


00 


,504 01 


3 


03 


12 


50 


4 00 


15 


75 


1 


20 


4 


50 


8 


07 


750 


00 


19 


35 



Travelling Expenses ($4,192.42) 



Coles, W. G. . . . 

Collins, H 

Cruickshank, L. 
Dickinson, J. A. 

File, Lillian 

Gavin, F. P 

McKim, Elsie I. 



18 75 Merchant, Dr. F. W. 

28 30 Rutherford, F. S 

35 95 Simpson, R. S 

19 39 Sorsoleil, M. A 

25 40 Sriglev, E. C 

940 73 UfiFen,'j. F 

547 43 Walker, D. M 



1,386 71 

565 65 

25 45 

551 61 

28 95 

3 45 

14 65 



1922-23 



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D95 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS 
Annual Retiring Allowance to Teachers and Inspectors ($52,655.00) 



Adair, C. F 293 00 

Adams, Adam 150 00 

Alexander, Robt 578 00 

AUin, W. C 433 00 

Amos, W. T 344 00 

Asselstine, N. A 332 00 

Banks, M 302 00 

Beaton, K. G 497 00 

Birchard, I. J., 506 00 

Black, E. H 188 50 

Bradley, W 188 50 

Brennan, J. W 118 00 

Bright, R. W 494 00 

Brown, Arthur 524 00 

Burrows, F 553 00 

Byfield, E 402 00 

Campbell, Wm 218 00 

Carnochan, Janet 464 00 

Caswell, T. B 445 00 

Caverhill, A. E 415 00 

Chislett, T 244 00 

Clapp, David P 410 00 

Clark, L.J 592 00 

Clendenning, W. S 524 00 

Cochrane, J. G 416 00 

Collins, Jno 293 50 

Connor, J. W, 476 00 

Cook, S. G 429 00 

Cork, Geo 535 00 

Crane, Geo 362 00 

Crawford, P 358 00 

Cruickshank, Robt 452 00 

Cull, F. A 347 50 

Cundal, J 347 50 

Davis, J. A 282 00 

Deacon, J. S 565 00 

De Cou, Rebecca 572 00 

Dickson, J. E 307 50 

Doan, R. W 674 00 

Eckardt, Tobias 344 50 

Eckert, W. D 648 00 

Forster, B 485 00 

Eraser, Alex 268 50 

Froates, L. S 371 50 

Gilbert, A. B 264 00 

Gould, A. A 361 00 

Grandy, Robt 200 00 

Gray, H 518 00 

Greenless, R. F 455 00 

Gripton, C. M 134 00 

Haight, Mrs. M. J 243 50 

Hamilton, R. E 143 00 

Hamilton, Geo 404 00 

Hammond, Thos 224 00 

Harvey, R. 304 50 

Henderson, A. G 242 00 

Hendry, Andrew 554 00 

Hewson, E. T 247 00 

Hickson, Wm 314 00 

Hobbs, J. H : 206 00 

Hobbs, W. B 80 00 

Horton, H 299 50 

Houston, Jno 260 00 

Ireland, Mrs. Irene 95 00 

Jamieson, J. S 374 00 

Jardine, W. W 375 00 



Johnston, W. D 

Judge, W. L 

Keenan, D. D 

Kessack, Jane 

Kiernan, W. M 

Kinney, Robt 

Kilpatrick, S. J 

Knowles, R. H 

Latter, Jos 

Lee, Fred'k 

Leitch, A. L 

Lennox, Robt. R 

Le Riche, P. F 

Levergood, Mrs. M. A.. . 

McBride, Dugald 

McDonald, D 

McDonald, Mrs. R. R... 

McDonald, Robt 

McEachren, W. C 

McEwin, Robt 

McGeehan, Ella .. 

Mcintosh, Angus 

McKee, Geo 

McKeown, Wm 

McKinnon, A. J 

McLean, Jas 

McMahon, Mary A 

McMillan, Robt 

McQueen, Robt 

Mackie, Mrs. Vina L... 

Marriott, G. W 

Matthews, Jno 

Middleton, Geo 

Mills, David, Sr 

Morgan, J. W 

Morton, W. C 

Narraway, J. W 

Nichols, Jno 

O'Connor, D 

Osborne, A. C 

Osborne, W. J 

Palmer, L. C 

Parker, Thos 

Patterson, Alex 

Pegg, Jas. P 

Peters, Geo 

Rankin, Thos 

Reavley, A. W 

Reid, J. C 

Richardson, Mrs. M. Y 

Ritchie, D. J 

Robertson, Dorcas D.. . 

Rose, Jno. G 

Ross, N. G 

Rothwell, B 

Sanderson, Robt 

Shanks, R. P 

Shireff, Benj 

Simpson, Jessie A 

Slavin, Annie 

Smith, David 

Smith, Jas 

Smith, A. B 

Smith, W. H 

Spafford, T. F 

Squair, J 



272 00 
392 00 
322 50 
332 00 
215 00 
656 00 
204 00 
350 00 
404 00 
172 00 
225 00 
398 00 
238 00 
227 00 
624 00 
308 00 
221 50 
368 00 
406 50 
381 00 
260 00 
494 00 
374 CO 
460 CO 
243 50 
157 00 
177 50 
137 GO 
380 00 
139 00 
210 50 
177 50 
272 50 
376 50 
404 00 
526 50 
584 00 
315 00 
183 00 
336 00 
428 00 
216 50 
452 00 
290 00 
134 00 
224 00 
436 00 
302 00 
278 50 
326 00 
398 50 
302 00 
236 00 
431 50 
420 50 
368 00 
366 00 
335 50 
512 00 
282 00 
295 00 
368 00 
476 00 
562 50 
347 00 
416 00 



D96 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS— Continued 
Annual Retiring Allowance to Teachers and Inspectors — Continued 

Stevens, E. A 485 50 Washburn, S 199 50 

Sutherland, P. McK 199 50 Watson, Alex. H 383 00 

Telfer, Jno 11150 Weatherston, Mary 272 00 

Ihomas, J.S 53150 White, Jas 498 50 

Todd, Alex 285 00 Wilkins, Elizabeth A 44150 

Treadgold, Carev 183 00 Williams, Eliza A 500 00 

Tovell, Wm ' 242 00 Windsor, John A 327 50 

Tutt, Hanna E 434 00 Winterbottom, A. E 364 00 

Vanderburgh, H 275 00 Wright, A. W 265 50 

Ward, Edw 482 00 

Medical Examination Fees, Printing, Paper and Contingencies ($7.37) 

King's Printer, printing 7 37 

PROVINCIAL AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES 
Grant to Western University (Buildings), ($600,000.00) 

Freasurer, Board of Governors 600,000 00 

Grant to University of Toronto to provide in the Ontario College of Education for the 
training of high school assistants and for graduate courses of instruction in 
Education, and for such other courses for the certificates of the Department of 
Education as the Minister of Education may direct ($130,855.00) 

Bursar .' . . 130,855 00 

Grant to Queen's University (Special Hospital Grant) ($80,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University 80,000 00 

Grant to Royal Ontario Museum (Special) ($25,000.00) 

Treasurer 25,000 00 

Annuity to University of Toronto under 8 Geo. V, Chap. 33, for the year ending 

October 31, 1921 ($3,750.00) 

Bursar 3,750 00 

Grant to Western University ($200,000.00) 

Treasurer, Western University 200,000 00 

Grant to Queen's University to be paid as directed by Lieut. -Governor in Council 

($210,000.00) 

Treasurer. Queen's University 210,000 00 

Grant to Queen's University (Library), to be paid as directed by Lieut. -Governor 

in Council ($75,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University 75,000 00 

Special Grant to University of Toronto ($880,000.00) 

Treasurer 880,000 00 

Grant to University of Toronto (College of Education Building) ($100,000.00) 

Treasurer 100,0^0 00 

Grant to Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario ($25,000.00) 

Treasurer 25.000 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D97 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE 

Salaries ($80,548.54) 

C. B. Coughlin, M.D Superintendent and Principal 12 months 

W. W. Boyce, M.D Physician 12 " 

J. W. Pearce Bursar 12 " 

Miss E. A. Willoughby .... Matron and Housekeeper 12 " 

W. J. Campbell Teacher 12 " 



Miss L. 
Miss E. 
Miss B. 
Miss B. 
Miss H. 



G. F. Stewart . 

E. B. Lally 

K. C. Van Allen 

Miss C. Ford 

Miss L. Deannard 

Mrs. S. C. Balis 

Miss G. Linn 

Miss V. G. Handley. . . . 

Carroll 

Nurse 

Sunter 

Riordon 

A. Stirk 

Miss Mary Gillanders. . . 

Miss E. Panter , 

Miss N. V. Macdonald . . 

Miss E. M. Haugh 

Miss Mabel Cass 

Miss H. M. Dutton .... 
Miss Marjorie N. Bryan . 

Miss Fanny Curry 

Miss Laura C. Churchill 

Miss G. Bradley 

Miss Ada James 

Miss Nina Brown 

Miss V.J. Smith 

Miss Kathleen Simmons . 

Miss Clara Russell 

Miss Tillle White 

MissC. B. Blakly 

Miss Mary Coffey 

Miss Marjory Frost .... 
Miss Annie Aitcheson . . . 

Jno. Nagle 

Melvin S. Blanchard .... 



12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.10 
. 2 
10 
, 2 
10 
2 
10 
, 2 
10 
. 2 
.12 
,12 
.12 
10 
, 2 
10 
12 
12 
12 
10 
12 
2 
2 



Wm. Nurse Storekeeper, Clerk and AssistantSupervisor. 7J^ 

C. J. Peppin Engineer 12 

E. Doran Fireman 12 

E. F. Wilkins Teacher of Agriculture, and Farmer 12 



James Sweet Farmhand 

W. T. Dand. 

E. Lvnch . . . 
R. Flagler. . . 
A. McKenzie 
A. Burrell... 

F. Winch . . . 

J. N. Boyd Baker and Meat Cook 12 

M. W. Parks Foreman Carpenter 10 

A. Morrice Foreman Shoemaker 12 

Jno. Spanner Printing Instructor 12 

A. Burrell Supervisor of Boys 2 

Beatrice Sinnott Asst. Matron and Domestic Science Teacher 2 

Mrs. L. G. Williams Teacher of Sewing 12 

Katherine Bawden Stenographer and Clerk 12 

Janet F. MacKenzie'. Trained Nurse 6 

Dr. J. Chant Oculist and Aurist 12 

George Carter Man on Sewage Works 1 

.Supervisors ". 

Cooks, laundresses, housemaids, etc 

Temporary assistance 



12 

12 

2 
4 
3 

7 



4,500 00 

900 00 

l.SCO 00 

1,100 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,616 64 

1,616 64 

2,000 00 

1,600 00 

1,250 00 

1,375 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,166 64 

183 32 

1,125 00 

183 32 

1,125 00 

183 32 

1.125 00 

183 32 

1 083 32 

166 66 

1,266 64 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,416 64 

166 66 

1,250 00 

1,300 00 

1,058 32 

1,108 30 

958 32 

1,216 66 

183 32 

183 32 

738 71 

1,599 96 

1,200 00 

1,338 00 

886 00 

217 16 

1,020 00 

120 00 

260 00 

135 00 

460 97 

1,100 00 

1,087 50 

1,100 00 

1,500 00 

183 32 

216 66 

800 00 

1,050 00 

499 98 

150 00 

83 33 

5,545 24 

5,537 88 

5,927 47 



D98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE- Continued 
EXPENSES ($58,745.56) 



Dolan, C. T 

Ingram & Bell. . 
McKeown, J. S. 
Ostrom, C. A. . . 



Medicine and Medical Comforts ($559.48) 



4 20 


Provincial Board of Health 


2 40 


12 62 


Ritchie Co., Ltd., The 


13 60 


51 95 


Tennant, R. M 


25 CO 


449 71 







Groceries and Provisions, including Fruit, Butter, Milk, Bread, Flour, Vegetables 
Meat, Fish, Fowl, etc. ($23,795.34) 



Belleville Creameries, Ltd 3,929 20 

Bird, J 11 88 

Blakely, W. B 48 00 

Boyle Bros 328 95 

Boyle, G 583 44 

Chisholm, J. N 104 00 

Clarke, W 264 24 

Cooper, R. B 203 25 

Dickens & Son 1 20 

Dominion Canners 169 30 

Dominico, S 14 00 

Ellis, G 215 34 

Fairfield, H. E 78 00 

Farm Exchange 3,880 44 

Green & Co 4,853 42 

Haines, W. B 88 

Hughes & Co 1,612 00 



Ontario Reformatory Industries. . . 

Ostrom, C. A 

Ostrom, G. F 

Panter, J., & Son 

Ponton, W. N 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 

Co., of Canada, Ltd 

Sargent, J. T 

Sloan, J., & Co 

Smith, E. D., & Son 

Steele-Briggs Seed, Co., Ltd 

Thompson, D 

Wallbridges 

Wallbridge & Clark 

Walmsley, J. E., & Co 

Wilkins, M. H 



163 


80 


13 


40 


274 36 


929 


81 


3 


36 


52 


25 


119 


62 


1,299 


52 


143 


16 


57 


75 


73 


51 


301 


71 


544 


65 


3,512 


79 


8 


11 



Bedding, Sheeting, Towelling, Clothing, Shoes, etc. ($2,990.37) 



Dom. Linens, Ltd 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Haines, J. J 

Mcintosh Bros 

Ontario Reformatory Industries. 



525 83 Ritchie Co., Ltd., The 206 13 

60 00 Sinclairs 6 64 

15 00 Singer Sewing Machine Co., Inc.. . 3 14 

544 82 Star Mattress Co 42 00 

1,534 16 Sulman, C. N 52 65 



Fuel, Light and Power ($17,796.06) 



Belleville Gas Dept 80 

Downey Coal Co 14,516 



Hydro- Electric Power Commission 1,421 25 
Schuster Co., Ltd., The 1,778 37 



Laundry, Soap and Cleaning ($1,302.64) 



Beaver Laundrv Machinery Co., 

Ltd .' 157 50 

Beaver Soap Co., Ltd 341 50 

Bovle, G 4 00 

Meyer Bros 130 95 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co 6 25 

Panter, J., & Son 4 50 



Sloan, J., & Co 

Smith's Hardware 

Spinks, O 

Sulman, C. N 

Walker Hardware. Co. . 

Wallbridges 

Walmsley, J. E., & Co. 



80 66 



6 

2 
78 
71 
13 



50 
34 
71 
40 
90 



404 43 



Furniture and Furnishings ($1,499.15) 



Brantford Oven & Rack Co 

Earle & Cook Co., Ltd 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Lewis, J., Co., Ltd 

Ontario Reformatorv Industries. 



30 60 

25 00 

298 35 

107 64 

654 94 



Ostrom, C. A 16 00 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., The 118 82 

Sulman, C. N 229 70 

Toronto Feather & Down Co ... . 18 10 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D99 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE— Continued 



Belleville, Corporation, City of 

Belleville Hardware & Lock Mfg 

Co., Ltd 

Blackijurn, T 

Clarke, W. P 

Diamond, T. D 

Dobbs, G. E 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Fruit Machinery Co., Ltd 

Greenleaf Co., The 



Repairs and Alterations (Ordinary) ($937.06 

Ltd. . 



21 60 



Advertising, Stationery, Printing, Postage ($817.04) 



Bancroft Times 

Bell Telephone Co 

Can. National Express Co. 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph.. 

Dom. Express Co 

Farmer's Sun. 

Globe Printing Co 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co. . . 

Hamilton Herald 

King's Printer 



2 


88 


7 


50 


4 


25 


6 


00 


4 


10 


13 


80 


53 


00 


98 


70 


tatii 

2 


one 

25 


228 


42 


25 


20 


35 


63 


9 


17 


10 


42 


11 


00 


43 


20 


1 


23 


16 


50 


40 


70 



Lewis, J., Co. 

Peck & Wills. 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., The.. 

Sherry Welding Co 

Smith's Hardware 

Springer Lock Mfg. Co. 

Sulman, C. N 

Tickell & Sons Co 

Walker Hardware Co. . . 
Williams, L. G 



Ltd.. 



Intelligencer Printing & Publish- 
ing House, Ltd 

Mail Printing Co 

Murdock & Penman 

Ontario, The 

Ostrom, C. A 

Postmaster 

.Sills Stationery Store 

Smallpiece, H. E 

Standard Printing Co 

Sulman, C. N 

Tweed News 



Books, Apparatus and Appliances ($1,697.61) 



American Annals of the Deaf 46 00 

Brown Bros., Ltd 77 85 

Can. Bank of Commerce 55 39 

Clarke's School for the Deaf 50 00 

Crocker, Jones & Pratt 30 00 

Doyle's Drug Store 7 25 

Geen, A. L 218 65 

Intelligencer Printing & Publishing 

House, Ltd 15 50 

Jennings & Sherry 3 65 

Lewis, J., Co., Ltd 4 80 



112 69 

60 62 

1 20 

3 00 

59 72 

6 74 

24 39 

194 30 

261 12 

1 45 



McKay School Equipment 

Ostrom, C. A 

Perrs' Pictures Co 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., The 

Ryerson Press 

Shapirograph Co., The 

Smith's Hardware 

Sulman, C. N 412 

United Paper Mills, Ltd.. . 646 20 

Volta Bureau 3 00 



24 


72 


9 


52 


1 


50 


28 


03 


8 


40 


284 00 




35 


11 


00 


16 


50 


7 


30 


2 


00 


52 


60 


45 


00 


4 


32 


2 


70 


4 


16 


15 


80 


2 


10 


412 


64 



Musical Instruments, Typewriters, Office Equipment and Supplies ($261.00) 



Goldstein, H. M 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd. 



30 00 
226 00 



International Railway Publishing 
Co., Ltd 



5 00 



Sewage Works, Chemicals, etc. ($91.88) 



Canadian Salt Co., Ltd. 



39 38 



Whalen, J 52 50 



Water Supply ($1,762.50) 



City of Belleville, Corporation of 



Travelling Expenses ($511.23) 



Campbell, W. J . 
Can. Nat. Rys. . 

C. P. Ry 

Coughlin, C. B.. 
Deannard, E. . . 
Dutton, H. M. . 

Ford, C 

Handley, V. G.. 
James, A 



15 18 

160 00 

59 30 

76 52 

33 20 

24 10- 

67 70 

4 15 

3 58 



Lally, E. B... 

Nurse, E 

Pearce, J. W. . 
Panter, E. . . . 
Riordan, B. . . 
Stewart, G. F. 
Stirk, H. A... 
Sunter, B 



.762 


50 


14 


30 


6 


45 


11 


40 


7 


80 


4 


40 


19 


90 


1 


00 


2 


25 



DlOO 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE— Continued 
Lumber for Boys to Make Tables, Seats, etc. ($238.03) 



Perk & Wills. 



23« 03 



Lumber, Hardware, Plaster, Oil, etc., for buildings generally ($956.27) 



Belleville Hardware & Lock Mfg., 

Co.. Ltd 

Brandram-Henderson, Ltd 


6 36 

149 78 

72 00 

54 55 


Peck& Wills 


42 77 


Sills, A. A 

Smith's Hardware 


72 90 
31 75 


Can. Oil Co's., Ltd 


Walker Hardware Co 


526 16 


Lewis, T., Co., Ltd 







Supplies, including Tools for Boiler-room ($287.62) 



Fruit Machinery Co 105 15 

Johnston Temperature Regulating 

Co 11 40 

Kellogg. E. H., & Co 110 06 



Lewis, J., Co., Ltd 38 51 

McKelvey & Birch, Ltd 8 40 

Morrison, J., Brass Mfg., Co., Ltd. 14 10 



Wages of extra Carpenters, Painters, Plasterers, etc. ($1,319.75) 

Pay lists, wages of men 1,319 75 



Classroom Libraries and School Equipment ($451.12) 



American Annals of the Deaf 
Schry ver, A 



46 00 
117 05 



Sulman, C. N 

Transportation and Expenses of Indigent Pupils ($23.95) 



Bursar. 



288 07 



li 95 



Excess of Pupils' Fares as may be directed by the Lieut.-Governor in Council ($148.10) 
Bursar 148 10 

Unenumerated and Miscellaneous ($1,299.36) 



Arnott, G. E 8 40 

Ashley Sweater Co 37 00 

Belleville Cemetery 1 50 

Belleville Hardware & Lock Mfg., 

Co 35 

Boyle, G 4 75 

Can. Nat. Express 49 76 

Can. Nat. Rys 8 17 

C. P. R. Co 31 83 

Can. Salt Co., Ltd 26 25 

Chalmer & Hubbs 70 

Champaigne, J 51 50 

Chant, J 14 00 

Clarke, H. J 200 00 

Clarke, W. S 5 00 

Clinton, G 10 00 

Cronk, C. A 16 00 

Dom. Express Co 93 

G. T. Ry. Svstem 112 49 

Heritz, J. O...... 3 00 

Intelligencer Printing & Publishing 

House, Co., Ltd 9 

Leslie, A. F.Y 7 

Lugsden, H. L 101 50 

Manual Arts Press 1 

Masson, S 5 



60 
00 



80 
00 



May, S 

McDonald, P. E 

McFee, A 

Meager, F. M 

Morrison, J., Brass Mfg., Co., Ltd 

Ontario, The 

Ostrom, C. A 

Powell, G. S 

Quick & Robertson 

Richie, Co., The 

Rodbourn Cartage & Auto Livery 

Service 

Shapirograph, Co., The 

Sherry Welding Co 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Inc. . . 

Smith, F 

Smith, W 

Springer Lock Mfg., Co., Ltd 

Stafford Hardware 

Stroud, D 

Sulman, C. N 

Symonds Ladies Store 

Tennant, R. M 

Wicks, W 

Woolworth. F. W., Co., Ltd 



2 00 


7 Go 


60 


1 85 


5 25 


9 60 


59 33 


45 


3 75 


S 40 


15 00 


81 00 


10 30 


4 00 


96 00 


25 00 


75 


14 00 


2 50 


211 78 


i 25 


20 00 


5 00 


S 02 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



DlOl 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 



ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD 

Salaries ($49,313.65) 

W. B. Race Superintendent and principal 12 months 

G. A. Cole Assistant principal 12 " 

J. A. Marquis Physician 12 " 

G. H. Ryerson Bursar and storekeeper 12 " 

M. E. Stewart Matron 12 " 

L. J. Langan Teacher 12 " 



J. Burns. 

E. Moffitt 

F. McGuire . . . 

H. Lowry 

E. Smyth 

E.J. Howell... 
M. K. Jones... 
L. H. Haycock. 
E. Cooper . 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
,12 
12 
. 8 
12 

J. G. Galloway Musical director 12 

J. D. Ansell Instructor of piano tuning and repairs 12 

W. B. Donkin Trades instructor 12 

J. Pollock Supervisor of boys 11 

S. C. Clegg.... " " 1 

E. Wright Trained nurse 12 

J. I. Burden Typewriting teacher and stenographer. ... 10 

A. McGillivray Visitors' attendant 12 

G. N. Johnson Carpenter and instructor 12 

H. Bond Mechanical superintendent 12 

D. Doyle Assistant engineer 12 

C. J. Lewis Fireman 12 

H. Pollock Stoker 12 

D. Scott Farnier and gardener 12 

W. Rockett Porter and messenger 12 

E. L. Scace Nurse 12 

S. Scholefield " 12 

Wm. H. Williams Night watchman 4 

Domestic help 

Temporary help 



4,500 00 

2,300 00 

650 00 

1,700 00 

1,050 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,150 00 

800 00 

450 00 

701 00 

1,050 00 

1,200 00 

1,400 00 

1,525 00 

1,005 00 

125 00 

1,100 00 

877 00 

600 00 

1,150 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,044 00 

900 00 

800 00 

240 00 

6,915 32 

3.581 33 



Perrott, H. E. 



EXPENSES ($38,128.32) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts ($342.05) 
55 88 Tapscott, S., & Co . , 



286 17 



Groceries and Provisions, including Flour, Butter. Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, Fish and 

Fowl, etc. ($11,088.51) 



Balfour, Smye, & Co 159 75 

Benwell Fish Co 

Betsy Jane Bakery 

Biggar, G 

Brant Creameries, Ltd 

Brant Feed & Seed, Co., Ltd. 
Brantford Cold Storage. 



360 25 

327 48 

184 50 

289 50 

12 50 

15 10 

Cutmore, E 1,164 10 



Davies, D. W. 
Dom. Flour Mills... 

Elliott Bros 

Foster, G., & Sons. 
Grierson, G., & Co. 

Harp, F. C 

Hunter, A 



52 50 
54 28 

4 95 

177 60 

43 44 

30 33 

3 00 



Hygienic Dairy Co 3 60 

Jackson, J. B 891 30 

McHutchison, J., & Co 1.684 06 

McMeanes, R. W 1 50 

Mitchell, F. A 878 96 

Mullens Creamery 328 80 

Ontario Reformatory Industries. . . 2,449 84 

Radcliffe, W. A 

Ryerson Bros., Ltd 

Ryerson, T. E., & Co 

Shaver, A.J 

-Simons, R. W., Co 

Thomas, T 

Waddels, Ltd 

Warrack, R., & Son 



Bedding, Clothing and Shoes ($567.80) 



Lefebvre, J. M. 49 55 

Ludlow Bros 19 00 

Ogilvie, Lockhead, & Co 305 40 



Textile Products Co. 
Young, J. M., & Co. 



732 


50 


23 


48 


682 


92 


42 


70 


50 00 


13 


00 


142 


80 


283 


77 


173 


85 


20 


00 



D102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD— Continued 



Fuel, Light and Power ($13,031.07) 



Brantford Gas Co 73 76 

Brantford Hydro-Electric System 749 90 
Harp, F. C 6 06 



McDonald, D 12,184 85 

Tipper, W., & Son 16 50 



Laundry, Soap and Cleaning ($1,205.12) 



Balfour, Snn e, & Co 8 00 

Ballantyne, A 61 50 

Beaver Laundrv Machinery Co., 

Ltd ' 20 44 

Beaver Soap Co., Ltd 40 85 

Brantford Laundry Ltd 4 00 

Can. Germicide Co., Ltd 36 00 

Can. Nat. Institute for the Blind. 44 20 

Cutmore, E 25 95 

Guelph Soap Co 47 84 

Howie's 49 15 

Hurley Printing Co 150 75 

Interlake Tissue Mills Co 6 47 

Keenleyside Oil Co 25 82 

Lawrason, S. F 54 87 



Ludlow Bros 

Minnes, T. J., & Co 

Morton, D., & vSons, Ltd. . . 

Ogilvie Lockhead & Co 

O'Rourke, D 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co.. . . 

Purvis, F 

Ryerson, T. E 

Sapon Soaps of Canada, Ltd , 
St. Croix Soap Mfg., Co.. . . 
Stedman's Bookstore Ltd. , . 

Stedman Bros 

Sterne, W. T 

Swift Canadian Co 

Tipper, W., & Son 



Furniture and Furnishings ($1,160.43) 



Adams Furniture Co., Ltd 

Cowans 

Dickert, O 

Duncan, C, & Sons 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Elliott, G. A 

Howie's 

Ogilvie, Lockhead & Co 

Ontario Reformatory Industries. 



58 50 Reid& Brown 

106 75 Seago, C. S., & Son 

17 50 Sparrow, G., & Co , 

107 00 Thomas, G 

14 50 Tipper, W., & Son 

3 50 Turnbull & CutclifTe, Ltd, 

3 00 Vanstone, A. L., & Co 

170 78 Young, J. M., & Co 

90 00 



1 


80 


12 


00 


40 


32 


29 


00 


3 


00 


71 


25 


12 


75 


.10 


25 


8 


00 


289 


75 


98 


53 


17 


75 


3 


00 


24 


88 


7 


00 


81 


60 


43 


25 


81 


25 


65 


50 


20 


65 


17 


55 


177 85 


101 


25 



Farm and Garden ($1,488.52) 



Anguish, L 205 00 

Bier, C. R 31 63 

Brant Farmer's Co-operative Societv 91 68 

Brant Feed & Seed Co., Ltd ' 3 96 

Brush, M. A 15 00 

Bursar 26 90 

Campbell Bros 25 60 

Can. Irrigation Ltd 10 00 

Davis, J 100 00 

Devereux, R. W 40 00 

Dom. Flour Mills 6125 

Douglas & Roy 339 20 

Dunsdon, J. H 44 24 

Eadie, C. E 96 00 



Ewing, A. R 

Feelv, R ; 

Ladd, W 

McAllister, A 

McDonald, T. C 

McLaughlin, W 

Oliver, J. E 

O'Neail, J. F 

Orr, J 

Roe, W. J 

Rosery, The 

Rowancroft Gardens. 

Scott, D 

Summerhays, C 



7 50 
7 20 
30 00 
95 00 
69 00 
80 00 
3 25 
11 00 

11 75 
6 85 

12 00 
5 45 

49 16 
9 90 



Repairs and Alterations ($1,462.77) 



Bishop, J., & Son, Ltd 23 00 

Brantford Oxy-Acetylene Welding 

Works 7 00 

Bursar 5 10 

Cooper, T 26 40 

Cowans 15 29 

Elliott, G. A 33 14 

Feely, R 49 36 

Hawke, I. J 74 80 

Hewson & Potter 60 40 



Johnson Temperature Regulating 

Co., of Canada, Ltd 35 13 

Kerr & Goodwin Machinery Co., 

Ltd 159 38 

Mickle, Dvment & Son 1 50 

Minnes, T. J., & Co 24 96 

Schultz Bros., Ltd 96 75 

Sparrow, G., & Co 152 75 

Tipper, W., & Sons 439 89 

Turnbull & CutlifTe, Ltd 243 92 

Wright, C. B 14 00 



1922-23 



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D103 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD— Continued 
Advertising, Printing, Stationery, Postage ($508.55.) 



Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd. 

Dept. of Education 

Globe Printing Co 

Guelph Herald 

Guelph Mercury 

Hurley Printing Co 

London Free Press 

Mail Printing Co 

Moore, D. W 

Mover Printing Co 



28 00 



4 


80 


3 


75 


9 


90 


9 


90 


18 


37 


16 


50 


36 


84 


31 


00 


33 


00 



Murdock-Penman, Ltd. 

O'Beirne, W. M 

O'Rourke, J. D 

Postmaster 

Preston & Sons, Ltd. . . 
Spectator Printing Co. . 

Stedman Bros 

Stedman's Book Store.. 
Stratford Herald, The. 



3 50 

8 25 

2 00 

119 50 

45 54 

16 50 

60 65 

52 30 

8 25 



Books, Apparatus and Appliances ($1,125.76) 



American Printing House for the 

Blind.. 2 50 

Automatic Telephones & Time 

Recorders 71 90 

Can. Nat. Institute for the Blind. 126 00 

Cooper Engineering Co 20 57 

Grolier Society, Ltd 64 00 

Hawkes& Harris Music Co 27 39 

Hendry, G. M., Co 13 45 

Kilmer, E. E. C 1 20 

Mason & Risch Ltd 5 10 



Mickle, Dyment & Son 

Perkins Institution & Massachu- 
setts School for the Blind 

Phillip & Tracy 

Quarrie, W. P., & Co 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Inc. . . 

Stedman's Book Store, Ltd 

Stedman Bros 

Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd 

Vernon, H., & Son 



10 50 

43 20 
25 64 
55 00 

44 40 
99 65 

502 31 

2 95 

10 00 



Pupils' Sittings at the Churches ($200.00) 

Brant Avenue Methodist Church. 52 00 St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church 
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. 52 00 St. Paul's Anglican Church 



44 00 
52 00 



Y.M.C^. Membership Tickets for Pupils ($100.00) 

Young Men's Christian Association 



100 00 



Rent of Hydrants ($160.00) 



Brantford Water Commissioners . 



160 00 



Water Supply ($489.92) 



Brantford Water Commissioners . 



489 92 



Inspection of Literary and Musical Classes ($250.00) 
Ham, Dr. A 150 00 Kilmer, E. E. C 



100 00 



Travelling Expenses ($214.20) 

Brantford, Board of Railway Com . 19 85 Pollock, J 

Cole, G. A 34 05 Race, W. H.. . . 

Langan, L. J 3 65 Ryerson, G. H . 

Moffitt, E 11 20 



4 50 
98 20 

42 75 



Oculist, Examination of, and Operations on Pupils' Eyes ($230.00) 

Bell. Dr. B. C 



230 00 



Dental Inspection and Care of the Teeth ($163.25) 



Will, Dr. J. R. 



163 25 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Contnued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD— Continued 

Musical Instruments, Typewriters and Adding Machines including supplies 

($52.30) 



Columbia Graphophone Co 8 20 

Darwin Piano & Music Co 21 25 

Dictaphone Corporation 12 10 



Gives, W 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd. 



1 75 
9 GO 



Can. Bank of Commerce. 
Canada Customs 



Repairs to Pianos and Organs ($170.38) 



2 14 Lyons and Healev. . . 

30 16 Otto Higel, Co., Ltd. 



102 62 
35 46 



Ballantyne, A. . . . 
Bishop, T-i & Son. 

Elliott, G. A 

Howie's 

Scarfe & Co 



Hardware, Paints, Varnishes and Glass ($455.04) 



3 90 

104 64 

180 37 

87 96 

20 40 



Sterne, W. S 

Turnbull & Cutcliffe. 
United States Oil Co. 
Young, J. H 



8 95 

23 82 

9 25 
15 75 



Workshop, Tools and Materials ($859.91) 



Bishop, J., & Son 

Brant Glass Co 

Brantford Pattern Works 

Brantford Willow Works 

Crown Electrical Mfg. Co., Ltd.. , 

Imperial Rattan Co 

Mickle, Dvment & Son 



128 64 Premier Reed Co 167 20 

3 76 Ralls Canadian Broom Supply Co. 54 44 

6 00 Scarfe & Co 19 99 

8 70 Seago, C. S., & Son 13 35 

7 50 Schultz Bros., Co., Ltd 33 1 1 

15 60 Special Machine Co 13 74 

387 88 



Engineers' Supplies ($358.00) 

Darling Bros., Ltd 13 50 Stephens Chemical & Mfg Co., Ltd. 

Garlock Packing Co 41 92 Sun Oil Co 

Ker & Goodwin Machinery Co., Tipper, W., & Son 

Ltd 84 40 

Models and Outfits ($53.25) 

Brantford Pattern Works 27 00 Can. Nat. Institute for the Blind.. 

Brantford Willow Works 14 25 



121 20 

70 40 
26 58 



12 00 



Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyance for use of School ($897.14) 



Brantford Oxy-Acetvlene Welding 

Works ; 60 

Brant Ave. Service Station 230 90 

Brant Motor Co 16 40 

Brant Taxi Co 8 50 

Brown, G 1 00 

Dell, A. F 334 37 



McLaugnlin Garage. 

Motor Sales 

Robbins, A. 



3 50 
10 90 
75 
Rowe, E. G 203 12 



Simpson, I., Mfg., Co., Ltd. 
Smith & McLaughlin . 



3 25 
83 85 



Contingencies 

American Association of Instructors 

for the Blind 5 00 

Anstice, J., & Co 9 57 

Arctic Ice, Ltd 275 00 

Ballantyne, A 3 60 

Bell Telephone Co 190 47 

Bradley, J. T 3 33 

Brantford Fire Dept 2 00 

Brantford General Hospital 48 50 

Brantford & Hamilton Elec. Ry. . . 3 79 



($1,494.35) 

Brantford Oxj-Acetvlene Welding 

Works ' 16 75 

Broadbent, J 2 00 

Bursar 8 45 

Candwell & Beckett 6 95 

Can. Customs 3 07 

Can. Germicide Co 36 00 

Can. Nat. Express, Co 15 60 

Can. Nat. Institute for the Blind.. 12 00 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs 5 04 



1922-23 



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D 105 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD— Continued 



Contingencies — Continued 



C. P. Ry. Co 

Central Welding Co 

Cowan's 

Dom. Express Co 

Fox, E 

G. T. Ry. System 

Grills, I 

Goodbrand Transport Co 

Hawthorne Bicycle Co 

Hext, G 

Hunt & Colter 

Hunter, J. G., & Co 

Johnson Temperature Regulating 

Co 

Kilgour, W 

King, J. W 

Lake Erie& Northern Railway Co. 

Ludlow Bros 

Lyons Electric Co 

McGregor, The Misses 

McLeod, P 

Minnes, T. J., & Co 

Newman, E. H 



1 


28 




25 


4 


30 


24 


98 


10 


00 


31 


99 


9 


00 




44 


9 


20 


58 


10 


26 


93 


44 


84 


5 


25 


66 


00 


31 


65 




35 


2 


00 




90 


2 


50 


50 


00 


27 


95 


17 


50 



Ogilvie, Lockhead, & Co 

Park & Co 

Patte, J. W 

Pollock, J 

Rendle Trucking Co 

Schultz Bros., Co., Ltd 

Sidar, M 

Signals Systems, Ltd 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Inc.. , 

Smith, G 

Smith & McLaughlin 

Stedman's Book Store 

Stedman Bros 

Steel, L. R., Co 

Summerhays, C , 

Thomas, G 

Tipper, W., & Son 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry . 

Turnbull & Cutcliffe Ltd 

Waterous Engine Works Co 

Woods, W., Ltd 

Young, J. M., & Co 



78 01 

11 00 

27 96 

149 00 



80 

65 

00 

50 

39 

00 

40 

10 50 

6 25 

18 15 

23 85 

34 50 

2 00 

1 10 

45 

1 75 

9 00 

16 56 



THE NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH 



Salaries ($28,811.80) 

Geo. S. Johnson Principal 12 months 

F. C. Hartley Teacher 12 " 



Norman Campbell , 
Arthur Archibald . . . . 
Esttlla M. Gilham. . . 

Lois G. Black 

Mabel A. Clark 

Constance L. Connell, 



10 

.12 

10 

12 

2 

2 



Dr. W. R. Michell Medical officer 11 

Maud Shaffner Matron 12 

E. I. O. Boyle Assistant matron 10 

M. E. Grace Coles School nurse and assistant matron 2 

Alice Johnson Secretary and stenographer 12 

Henr>' Johnson Caretaker 12 

E. Labelle Engineer 6J^ 

Domestic help 

Temporary assistance 



3,600 00 

2,400 00 

2,000 00 

2,400 00 

1,666 70 

2,000 00 

200 00 

333 34 

1,100 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

900 00 

1,440 24 

875 57 

2,222 25 

4,973 70 



Expenses ($37,196.53) 
Medicine and Medical Comforts ($343.94) 



Can. Nat. Express Co 3 65 

Curtis Drug Co 1 00 

Ingram & Bell 247 14 



Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd. . 

T. & N. O. Ry 

Temple-Pattison Co., Ltd. 



10 00 

4 50 

77 65 



Groceries and Provisions, including Flour, Butter, Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Fish, 

Fowl, etc. ($12,213.91) 



Bernstein, C 1 16 00 

Boright Bros 60 00 

Broughton, J. B., & Son 47 25 

Brunne Apiaries 70 87- 

Can. Nat. Express Co 187 22 

Carpenter, C. P., & Sons 144 19 

Charlebois, D 103 50 



Critchley, H. & G 49 18 

Dom. Express Co 46 52 

Eby-Blain, Watson Ltd 2,107 25 

England Bros 503 80 

Eppler, W. F 56 25 

Faulkner, T 7 20 

Fee, J. R 288 40 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

THE NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH— Continued 



Groceries and Provisions, etc. — Continued 



FindlayFish&Storage, Co.,Ltd... 29 25 

Gunns Ltd 1,568 31 

Hamilton, H 5 4-i 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd 288 24 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd 20 10 

Higgins & Burke Ltd 395 89 

Love, J. J 3 10 

Niagara Peninsula Growers', Ltd. 144 83 

Northern Academy Farm 4,616 60 

Northern Farmer's Co-operative 

Co 57 75 



Ontario Government Creanierj- . . . 

Plummer, W 

Purity Bread & Cake Co., Ltd.. . , 

Shirk, R 

Shirk, S. W 

T. & N. O. Ry 

Welch Co., The 

Western Canada Flour Mills Co. 

Ltd 

Whitton, J 



229 


05 


11 


00 


331 


50 


57 


85 


66 


00 


194 


83 


234 


68 


109 


55 


62 


31 



Adams Furniture Co., Ltd. 



Bedding, Clothing, etc. ($502.75) 

127 80 Aziz, J., & Co... 



374 95 



Fuel, Light, Power, Water and for Services Cutting Wood ($13,793.67) 



Broughton, J. B., & Son 97 75 

Burns, P., & Co., Ltd 2,302 73 

Can. Nat. Express Co 3 53 

Can. Gen. Electric Co., Ltd 1 62 

Eby, Blain, Watson, Ltd 3 74 

Factory Products Ltd 30 07 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd 72 39 

Hudon, A 1 ,607 38 

Imperial Oil Ltd 28 50 

Joseph, R 64 75 

McGill, W., & Co 6,268 70 



Northern Academy Farm 121 50 

Northern Academv Power Plant.. . 1,065 75 

O'Bpyle, E.J....' 650 00 

Pay lists, wages of men 761 06 



Plummer, H. 

Purdy, A 

T. & N. O. Ry. 
Warcup, W. . . . 

Watts, E 

Whitton, J. . . . 



295 00 
70 00 
42 00 

217 00 
47 25 
42 95 



Furniture and Furnishings ($2,618.41) 



Adams Furniture Co., Ltd 1,085 30 

Burroughs Adding Machine of 

Canada, Ltd 275 87 

Can. Gen. Electric Co., Ltd 34 75 

Cassidy's Ltd 1 1 1 25 

De Laval Co 20 25 

Dom. Express Co 3 25 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 405 30 

Eby, Blain, Watson, Ltd 4 70 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd 57 00 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd : 3 50 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd 19 80 



Hill-Clark-Frances Ltd 

King's Printer 

Lugsdin, H. L 

Aleadows, G. B., Ltd 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd. . . . 
Sheet Metal Products Co., of 

Canada, Ltd 

Sparrow, G., & Co 

Tissue Towel Service 

T. & N. O. Ry. 

United Typewriter Co 



120 


00 


8 


88 


206 


88 


75 


00 


24 


00 


32 


97 


25 


75 


73 


24 


24 


72 


6 


00 



Laundry, Soap and Cleaning ($766.90) 



Can. Nat. Express Co 

Can. Polishes, Ltd.. 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd .'.'..'. 

Eby, Blain, Watson, Ltd 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd. 
Hendry, G. M., & Co., Ltd. 



60 

7 50 

10 90 

562 85 

6 48 

6 00 



Higgins & Burke, Ltd 

Imperial Oil Ltd 

Tavlor, G., Hardware, Ltd. 

T. & N. O. Ry 

Whitton, J 



103 45 

42 47 
22 15 

4 25 
25 



Grounds and Garden ($878.19) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd , 

Can. Nat. Express 

Caufield, A 

Critchley, H. &G.. . . . . . 

Deegar, R 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd.... ;.' 
Hawk Lake Lumber Co. . 

Keith, G., & Sons 

Lupien, J 

Morrison, J 



3 65 Ohlman, M 

1 60 Pav lists, wages of men .... 

33 00 Rennie, W., Co 

11 66 Roy, R 

85 75 Shirk, J 

49 25 Smith, R 

98 10 Steele-Briggs Seed Co., Ltd. 

6 10 Taylor, G 

54 70 Thompson, F 

1 50 Watts, E 



10 00 
244 00 

11 25 
80 50 
84 00 

9 GO 

14 83 

1 30 

7 GO 

71 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 107 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

THE NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH— Continued 



Repairs and Alterations ($2,437.05) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd 

Armstrong, F., Co., Ltd 

Brantford Roofing Co 

Broughton, J. H., & Son 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd. 

Can. Nat. Express Co 

Church, J 

Dom. Express Co 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Factory Products Ltd 

Giles, C. S 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. . . . 
Hill-Clark-Francis Ltd 



29 64 Jack Frost Ice Machine Co., Ltd. 

22 83 Marshall Ecclestone Ltd 

22 40 McKay School Equipment Co. . . 

53 95 Metal Studies Ltd 

5 40 Miller, M 

14 00 Purdy-Mansell, Ltd 

54 52 Rowivinen, H 

40 Stuart & Sinclair 

44 83 Tavlor, G., Hardware, Ltd 

13 00 T. & N. O. Ry 

188 04 Wabi Iron Works 

85 71 Whitton, J 

261 93 



41 95 
11 00 

2 30 
16 75 
36 55 

124 80 

3 50 
1,338 26 

15 92 

15 24 

45 

33 68 



Advertising, Printing, Stationery, Postage ($751.07) 



Burroughs Adding Machine Co. of 

of Canada, Ltd 3 15 

Can. Nat. Express Co 9 40 

Dom. Express Co 3 05 

Globe Printing Co 16 63 

Goodfellow, C. A 75 

Grand & Tov Ltd 64 60 



King's Printer 410 42 



Mail Printing Co. 

Nugget, The 

Postmaster 

Telegram, The Evening 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd. 



6 00 
2 25 

136 00 

7 20 
91 62 



Books, Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies 

($1,555.21) 



Anglo-Canadian Music Co 

Artists Supply Co., Ltd 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Co 

Burrell, D. H., & Co., Inc 

Can. Laboratory Supplies Ltd... 

Can. Nat. Express Co 

Cane, W., & Sons, Co., Ltd. 



7 42 
3 70 

36 07 
2 13 

92 54 

37 44 
76 67 

Chapman, C 252 84 

- ■ ~ 15 39 

66 79 

38 94 
7 63 

13 00 

1 70 

18 85 

25 02 



Co-operative Supply Dept. 
Copp, Clark Co., Ltd.. . . 

De Laval Co., Ltd 

Dent, J. M., & Sons, Ltd. 

Dom. Express Co 

Dutton. E. P., & Co 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Gage, W. J.. Co., Ltd... . 



Goodchild, F. D., Co 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd 

Hodder & Stoughton 

Longmans, Green & Co 

Lyman Bros 

Macmillan Co., of Canada, Ltd. 

McClelland & Stewart, Ltd 

McKay School Equipment Ltd.. 
Methodist Publishing House. . . . 

Nelson, T., & Sons 

Oxford Universitv Press . 

Poole, J. E..&CO 

Renouf Publishing Co 

Ryerson Press, The 

T. &N. O. Ry. 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd 



Physical Culture Supplies and Recreation Games ($137.52) 



Boyd, T. W., & Son. 
Can. Nat. Express. . . 
Dom. Express Co... . 



2 80 Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd 

55 McKav School Equipment Ltd.. . . 

1 85 Wilson, H. A., Co., of Canada, Ltd 



Bastian, E. H.. . 
Broughton, J. H. 
Campbell, N.... 

Coles, M. G 

Copeland, R 

Hill, C. E. 



11 00 

8 50 

24 75 

31 45 

3 35 

41 75 

Johnson, G. S 136 35 



Travelling Expenses ($555.48) 

Labell, E.... 
Mitchell, P.. 
O; Boyle, E.. 
Piggins, A 



212 


79 


129 


37 


6 


71 


8 


08 


33 


97 


86 


54 


19 


50 


77 


37 


12 


50 


4 


61 


34 


84 


13 


76 


6 


24 


98 


87 


43 


67 


70 


26 


2 


58 


2 


00 


127 


74 


22 


75 




55 


47 05 


42 


75 



Richardson, H. K ^^ 78 

Schaflfner, M 



66 45 



Contingencies ($642.43) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd 1 65 

Can. Holstein-Friesian Journal. ... 3 00 

Can. Nat. Express Co 162 14 



Critchley, H. & G 

Eby, Blain, Watson, Ltd. 
Dawson, L. E 



90 

1 16 
15 00 



D 108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

THE NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH— Continued 



Contingencies- 

Dawson, W., & Sons, Ltd 53 25 

Dom. Express Co 43 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 64 

Ecclestone, ^L, Ltd 49 

Farmer's Advocate 1 50 

Film & Slide Co 3 60 

Griffith, T. G., & Co 11 60 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd 15 70 

Hendrv, G. M., Co., Ltd 8 00 

Herbert, A. L 2 00 

Hodder & Stoughton Ltd 97 

Inspector Weights & Measures.. . . 5 00 

Mail Printing Co 5 00 



-Continued 

Martin, L 4 30 

Northern Academy Farm 33 30 

Nugget, The, North Bay 3 00 

O. A. C. Review 1 00 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd 8 61 

Sedgewick, D 7 00 

School, The 1 50 

Teich, R 6 00 

T. & N. O. Ry 21 20 

T. &. N. O. Ry. Telegraph & Tele- 
phones 137 86 

Whitton, J 9 06 

Women's Institute, Monteith 75 00 



Farm, including services, purchase and shipping of Live Stock, Equipment, and all 
Other Expenses in Connection with the Farm ($8,268.85) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd 

Allan, J. D 

Beatty Bros., Ltd 

Bethune, G. H 

Boisvert, A 

Can. Nat. Express Co 

Can. Nat. Live Stock Records. . . . 

Critchley, H. & D 

Dom. Express Co 

Dom. Go\i;. Experimental Station 

Dymond, Hiram 

Dymond, Humphrey 

Experimental Station, Kapuskasing 

Gaulthier, J 

Gray, W., & Sons 

Greenwood, S., & Sons 

Gunns, Ltd 

Haley and Lee 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd 

Imperial Oil, Ltd 

Jenkins, W. A., Mfg., Co., Ltd.. . . 
Keith, G., & Sons 



2 


10 


60 00 


4 


35 


500 


00 


13 


80 


12 


83 


5 


20 


14 


95 


1 


60 


90 


00 


300 


00 


300 


00 


72 


00 


/ 


50 


12 


00 


6 


75 


82 


61 


350 


00 


368 


69 


25 


35 


8 


02 


3 


00 



Kenora District Co-operative 

Clover Seed Growers' Association 50 10 

Massev-Harris Co., Ltd 8 80 

McPhail, D 34 30 

Naismith, W 25 00 

Northern Academy Power Plant. 75 00 
Northern Farmers' Co-operative 

Co 261 50 

Ontario \'eterinar3- and Breeders' 

Supply, Ltd 14 38 

Pav lists, wages of men 3,642 49 

Philip, J. R 7 20 

Poultry Dept., O. A. C 10 80 

Rennie's Seeds, Ltd 60 09 

Sinclair, W. M 12 00 

Steele-Briggs, Co., Ltd 51 40 

Steel Trough & Machine Co., Ltd. 20 00 

Tavlor, G., Hardware, Ltd 19 85 

T. & N. O. Ry 107 80 

L'nited Farmers' Co-operative Co., 

Ltd 159 20 

Ward, W..... . 10 00 

Western Flour Mills 458 19 



Maintenance and Equipment Monteith Demonstration Farm Power Plant, Water 
System and Blacksmith Shop ($1,049.35) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd 

Can. Nat. Express Co 

Can. Gen. Electric Co., Ltd... 

Critchley, H. & G 

Dom. Express Co 

Facton.- Products, Ltd 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. 



24 66 Imperial Oil. Ltd 7144 

8 35 Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd 19 73 

326 95 McPhail, D 114 40 

24 10 Morrison, J., Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd. 82 51 

49 26 Pav lists, wages of men 212 93 

2 16 Tavlor, G., Hardware, Ltd 3 50 

39 00 T. & N. O. Ry "0 36 



MISCELLANEOUS 
Proportion of Cost of Minister's Report ($9,020.92) 

King's Printer, half-tone.=, etc., 451.63; paper. 1,924.21 ; printing, 6,645.08 9,020 92 



High and Public School Registers ($4,563.23) 
King's Printer, stationery, 151.14; printing, 3,538.10; binding, 873.99 4,563 2,> 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 109 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued 

Consolidation and Revision of Acts of Department of Education ($1,000.80) 

King's Printer, printing, 414.08; paper, 586.72 1,000 80 



Advertising in Educational and Other Papers and Magazines ($5,385.05) 



Acta Victoriana 

Can. Child 

Can. Congress Journal ; . . 

Can. Forum 

Can. Federation of Labour 

Can. Historical Review 

Can. Jewish Review 

Can. Labour World 

Can. Trade Unionist 

Christian Guardian 

Educational Publishing Co 

Khaki Call 

Labour Educational Association. 

Labour Leader 

Labour News 



25 00 London Trades and Labour Council 25 00 

208 50 McMaster University Monthly... . 17 50 

304 00 National Council of Women...' 100 00 

72 00 National Review 616 00 

100 00 New Democracy 50 00 

300 00 O. A. C. Review 96 00 

25 00 Queen's University Journal 54 00 

50 00 Q. & R. Publishers 165 00 

196 00 Sentinel Publishing Co 220 80 

72 00 The School 600 00 

188 00 Torontonensis :... 40 00 

504 00 The Veteran 656 25 

100 00 Toronto Women's Directory 25 00 

150 00 Toronto District Labour Council. 100 00 

100 00 University of Toronto Monthly. . . 225 00 



Fees of various Officials, Department of Education, to Archaeological and other 

Associations i $87.50) 



American Anthropological Asso- 
ciation 6 00 

American School Hygiene Asso- 
ciation 6 00 



American Library Association 4 00 

Archaeological Institute of America 10 00 

Archaeological Society 5 50 

National Council of Education 56 00 



Travelling Expenses ($334.00) 



Airhart, G. B.. 
Beattie, Jas. . . 

Cole, J. E 

Curry, W. R... 

Gracey, H 

Grant, W. L. . . 
Harrett, Reta.. 
McEachren, G. 



21 95 
19 75 
30 55 

18 10 
11 45 
49 35 

19 50 

22 40 



McKay, K. W. 
McNab, G. G.. 
McNeiUe, J. R. 
Simpson, J. R. . 

Stuart, J 

Taylor, J. A.... 
Werner, A 



22 75 
30 75 

14 35 
26 00 
12 70 

15 30 
19 10 



Scholarships re Teaching of Agriculture ($100.00) 

Throop, A. B. C, grant 



100 00 



Grant to Teachers and Inspectors Superannuation Fund to meet Expenses of 
Administration of Fund ($2,000.00) 

Treasurer of Ontario 2,000 00 



Compassionate Allowance for ex-Teachers ($8,040.73) 



Anderson, Mrs. H 200 00 

Bigelow, Mrs. C. B 200 01 

Burdick, C 200 00 

Clyde, Wm 199 99 

Cowie, R. H 200 00 

Crass, Jennie L '. 199 99 

Crowdcr, S. A 199 99 

Davidson, Margt. J 199 99 

Devitt, F!iza J 199 99 

Dent, Bessie 200 00 

Davis, Minnie 199 98 



Dickson, Moneta B 199 99 

Donaldson, Jessie 183 31 

Doolan, Eliz 233 31 

Eyre, H. E 200 00 

Fleming, S. L 200 00 

Forbes, May 200 00 

Forward, Agnes 199 98 

Fiaser, Mary 199 99 

Glenn, Jas. E 199 99 

Hackett, Jas. A 199 99 

Hambly, Lydia 199 99 



D 110 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 
M ISCELLANEOUS— Concluded 
Compassionate Allowance for ex-Teachers — Continued 

Hanson, Dora 199 98 Ross, H. C 199 99 

Hubbard, C. A 199 98 Shaw, Jennie 200 00 

Inglis, Mrs. F"anny 200 01 Sheriff, Fanny 199 99 

McCooi, Jane 200 00 Sherwood, Louisa 200 00 

McCullough, Lavinia 199 99 Smith, A. F 199 99 

McDonald, D 200 00 Smith, Etta 200 00 

McGregor, J. 200 00 Stevenson, Sarah C 199 99 

Mcintosh, A 107 68 Torrance, A 200 00 

O'Beirne, Louisa 116 65 Watson, Wm. F". 199 99 

Richardson, E 200 00 

Compensation to Injured Officers and Servants ($150.00) 

Lindsay, Eva 150 00 

Travelling Expenses, Ontario Teachers to France ($200.00) 

Gladman, G 200 00 

To provide for payment of allowances to Teachers losing personal effects in the fires 
in New Ontario in 1922 f$l,000.00) 

Best, Lily D - 238 09 Hambly, Ila M 190 48 

Burton, Violet 285 71 Klemmer, Edward H 119 05 

Cronin, C. Dorothea 166 67 

Allowance to Miss Bessie Spence re Illness Contracted in the Public Service ($345.17) 

Spence, Bessie 345 17 

Allowance to Miss Muriel M. Harris for Travelling Expenses ($13.60) 

Harris. Muriel M 13 60 

Education $9,264,756.43 



REFUNDS ($2,368.18) 

Examination Fees: Sent in error to Education Dept.: 

Sundry persons 1,626 60 Sundry persons 122 20 

Overpayment for perquisites: Teachers' and Inspectors' Super- 
Sundry persons 49 66 annuation Fund: 

Reimbursement from bank for Sundry persons 454 97 

forged cheque: 

Sundry persons 114 75 

Refunds $2,368.18 



STATUTORY 
University of Toronto ($30,000.00) 

5 Edw. VII, Chap. 37 

Trustees, University of Toronto, certificates due June 30th, 1923 30,000 00 

University of Toronto (Succession Duty) ($500,000.00) 

6 Edw. VII, Chap. 55. 

Bursar. University of Toronto 500,000 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



D 111 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued 

STATUTORY— Concluded 

University of Toronto ($7,000.00) 
60 Vic, Chap. 59. 

Bursir, University of Toronto, grant 



7,000 00 



University of Toronto (Royal Ontario Museum) ($35,0C0.04) 

Bursir, Univ^ersity of Toronto, grant re maintenance 35,000 04 

French Scholarships ($6,000.00) 

10 Geo. V Chap. 103 

Brown, B 1,203 00 Noxon, K 1,200 00 

Elliott, N 1,200 00 Stock, D 600 00 

Helme, J. B 600 00 Stratford, R. K 600 00 

Kitcheson, F. B 600 00 

Statutory $587,327.51 



SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Erection of suitable School Houses at such places as have suffered loss of School Build- 
ings by reasons of the recent fires in New Ontario ($59,551.73) 



22 


64 


33 


47 


1 


85 


1 


95 


4 


48 


36 


75 


57 


00 



Can. Office & School Furniture Co., 

desks, chairs, blackboards 6,041 30 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. . . 18 09 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
lamps 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., text books. 

Dagenais, J. J., tub 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., text books. . 

Ebert, G. VV., electric wiring 

Gage, W. J., & Co., text books. . . . 

Gibson, F. R., plumbingand supplies 1,932 75 

Globe Insurance Co.. premiums. . . 60 00 

Griffith, T. G., & Co., plumbing and 

supplies 1,078 50 

Guardian Insurance Co., premium. 40 00 

Hendry, Geo. M., & Co., black- 
board, maps, crayons, etc 945 22 

Hill, Clark, Frances, Ltd., contract 

school building 34,360 85 

Isherwood, Jos., contract school 

building 12,571 

Librairie Bcauchemin, Ltd., text 

books 15 63 



96 



London & Lancaster Insurance Co., 

premium 

McKay School Equipment, Ltd., 

blackboards 

Moyer, E. N., & Co., blackboards, 

text books 

Northern Canada Supply Co., 

stoves, stove pipes 

Occidental Insurance Co., premium 
O'Hara, R. \V., electric wiring and 

fixtures 

Phoeni.x Insurance Co., premium. . 
Purdy, Mansell, Ltd., plumbing 

supplies 

Ryerson Press, text books 

Sanderson, A. VV., clocks 

.Sa.xton & Co., electric wiring 

Sundry newspapers, advertising. . . 
Taylor, Geo., Hardware Co., stoves, 

and stove pipes 

T. & N. O. Ry., freight. 

Warren, W. J., labour at SOc. per 

hour 



40 


00 


194 


11 


319 


60 


180 


35 


40 


00 


162 


25 


60 


00 


36 


88 


40 


81 


50 


95 


150 


00 


19 


85 


232 


88 


687 


61 



14 00 



.Meeting of the Ministers and Deputy Ministers of Education of the Dominion of 
Canada by invitation of the Government of the Province of Ontario ($538.53) 



Alexander Palace Co., rent of 

rooms 28 00 

Bengough, Thos., reporting pro- 
ceedings 149 65 

King Edward Hotel Co., hotel ac- 
commodation , . . -. 2 1 6 98 



Longstaff, E., luncheons. 102 00 

Massey-Harris Co., printing pro- 
grammes 24 65 

Rosedale Auto Liverv & Transfer 

Co., livery '. 10 00 

Rosedale Garage Co., livery 7 25 



Royal Ontario Museum for Purchasing Material, Services and Expenses in connection 

with the Museum ($25,000.00) 

Royal Ontario MusL-um 25,000 00 

7 P.A. 



Xo. 1 Halan 


146 91 


" 1 Lorain 


301 97 


" 4 Robillard and Truax 


137 50 


« 2 Stock 


.. 317 52 



D112 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTxMENT OF EDUCATION— Concluded 

SPECIAL WARRANTS— Concluded 

Redemption of Debentures guaranteed by the Province as they become due when the 
Boards of Trustees cannot punctually meet their obligations ($1,445.86) 

School Section: — 

No. 2 Benoit 165 90 

" 1 Blount, Glackmever, Clute 

and Leitch.....' 140 00 

" 2 Bower 236 06 

National Council of Education Expenses ($598.32) 

King Edward Hotel Co., hotel University of Toronto, copies of 

accommodation 309 17 report 289 15 

Framing and Distribution of Pictures to the Schools of the Province ($3,580.50) 

Phillips. W. E., Co.. Ltd., picture Warwick Bro.s. & Rutter, Ltd., 

frames 3,490 50 pictures 90 00 

Purchase and Distribution of Books to the Schools of the Province ($12,997.60) 

Morang, Geo. X., books 12,997 60 

Frontier College ($10,000.00) 

Frontier College, grant 10,000 00 

Special Warrants $113,712.54 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $10,039,327.12 



PART E 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1922-23 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Civil Government: page 

Lands and Forests 4 

Colonization Roads Branch 7 

Crown Lands ^ 

Agents' Salaries ° 

Forest Ranging 11 

Forest Reserves : 1^ 

Fire Ranging 1" 

Surveys ^' 

Reforestation ^^ 

Commissions re Sundry Investigations 37 

Parks 39 

Colonization Roads ^^ 

Refunds ^^ 

Statutory ^^ 

Northern and Northwestern Development Acts 89 

Special Warrants 117 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. Beniah Bowman Minister (Statutory) 8K months 4,250 00 

Hon. James Lyons Minister (Statutory) 3^ " 1,750 00 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

Salaries ($132,644.92) 

VV. C. Cain Deputy Minister 12 months 5,100 00 

Allan Ferguson Assistant to Deputy Minister J/^ " 136 65 

F. J. Niven Minister's Secretary and Sec'y toDept 12 " 3,000 00 

M. E. Bliss Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,3C0 CO 

E.Harrison " " « 12 " 1,100 00 

R. P. Ferguson " « « 12 " 1,200 00 

A. J. Allen Clerk Stenographer 12 " 975 00 

F. E. Titus Solicitor 12 " 3,5C0 00 

B. Chambers Clerk Stenographer 12 " 900 CO 

B, Lankin Junior Cleik 12 " 775 00 

Lands Branch 

S. Draper Chief Clerk 12 months 2,?50 00 

VV. R. Ledger Principal Clerk 12 « 2,300 00 

C. E. Burns " " 12 " 2,300 00 

W. S. Sutherland Senior Clerk 12 " 1,900 00 

J. B. Proctor " " 12 " 1,900 00 

J. E. Drinkvvater " " 12 " 1,800 00 

A. E. Roe " " 12 " 1,800 00 

F. A. Lucas Clerk 12 « 1,700 00 

S.A.Piatt " 12 " 1,7C0 00 

S. Mulholland " 12 " 850 00 

M. Bengough Senior Clerk Tvpist 12 " 1,300 00 

E. F. O'xXeil " " '" 12 " 1,200 00 

S. Ross Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

E. G. Halliday " « « 12 « 1,200 00 

B.M.Benson " " " 12 « 1,200 00 

E. Hills « " « 12 « 1,200 00 

Mrs. E. Singleton Clerk Stenographer 2 ** 1 75 CO 

A. E. Robillard Engrossing Ckrk ]2 " 1,600 00 

C. O'Connor «■ « 12 " 1,200 00 

Surveys Branch 

L. V. Rorke Director of Surveys 12 months 4,400 00 

J. Hutcheon Inspector of Surv-eys 12 " 3,300 00 

H. C. Smith Cartographer 12 " 2,400 00 

D. G. Boyd Senior Map Draftsman 12 " 2,400 00 

J. Work Principal Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

H. Treeby Map Draftsman 12 " 1,900 CO 

B. Rushford " " 12 " 1,800 00 

F. E. Blanchet " " 12 " 1,800 CO 

A. Leaman « " 12 " 1,800 CO 

Wm. A. Hewitt Senior Clerk 12 « 1,500 00 

E. M. Jarvis " " ....12 " 1,800 CO 

M. H. Kirkland Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

E. C. Armer « « « 12 " 1,100 00 



Forestry Branch 

E. J. Zavitz Provincial Forester 12 months 4,600 00 

C. R. Mills Forester 12 " 3,150 00 

F. S. Newman " 12 " 2,300 00 

J. Houser Head Clerk 12 " 2,550 00 

H. D. GiUard Principal Clerk 12 " 2,100 00 

W. F. Trivett " " 12 " 2,100 00 



1922-23 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Forestry Branch — Continued 

N. L. Rogers Senior Account Clerk 12 months 1,800 00 

A. H. O'NeiJl Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

E. H. Telfer Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

G.W.Harris " 12 " 1,500 00 

S. D. Meeking " 12 " 1,600 00 

E.H.Squire. " 12 " 1,400 00 

E. F. Quigley Junior Clerk 11 " 710 42 

M. C. Rowland Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

J. Bald " " " 12 " 1,200 00 

J. McCort Clerk Stenographer 10 " 875 00 

Mary Helen O'Brien " " 5 " 406 25 

A. S. McKeves " " 12 " 975 00 

Mrs. D. M. Hastings " " H " 962 50 

J. Ferguson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 900 00 

Accounts Branch 

H. M. Lount Accountant 12 months 2,700 00 

C. J. Clarke Senior Clerk 12 " 1,900 CO 

W.A.Burritt " " 12 " 1,700 00 

R. Gordon Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

C.C. Johnson Clerk 12 " , 1,300 00 

C. Rowland Senior Clerk Typist 12 " 1,200 00 

M. A. Whyte Clerk Typist 12 " 975 00 



Files Branch 

S. K. Burdin Head Clerk 12 months 

A. Ferguson Senior Clerk 11/^ 

C. Dies Clerk 12 



F. Samuels 

W. C. St. John " 

W. B. Baines " . . . : 

J. T. Lee " 

N. B. Mathewson " 

H. Brophy Senior Clerk Messenger . 



12 
12 

, 2 
12 
12 

.12 



2,500 00 
1,629 10 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
250 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 



Temporary Services 

Ashley, R. B., vault caretaker at 

91.00 per month 

Barr, F. L., draughtsman at 

100.00 per month 

Black, R. N., clerk at 86.33 per 

month 

Bryce, J. J., clerk-stenographer 

at /8.00 per month 

Cooper, W. E., typist at 100.00 

per month 

Dobie, G. McD., junior clerk at 

91.00 per month 

Griffith, F., junior clerk at 75.00 

per month 

Hare, M., clerk stenographer at 

100.00 per month 

Kelly, G. B., clerk at 100.00 per 

month 

McFadden, R. S., clerk at 100.00 

per month 

McNachtan, E. G., clerk steno- 
grapher at 78.00 per month. . 



Contingencies ($58,352.15) 

O'Brien, M. H., clerk steno- 
grapher at 75.00 per month. . 78 32 
1,093 75 Potter, G., clerk at 100.00 per 

month 500 00 

3 85 Pepler, A. V., junior steno- 

grapher at 73.66 per month. . 884 00 
952 13 Quigley, E. F., office boy at 

13.50 per week 357 00 

936 00 Rogers, G. W., clerk at 100.00 

per month 400 00 

936 00 Shorev, B. A., clerk stenographer 

at 75.00 per month 305 77 

58 50 Smith, S. R., office boy at 43.33 

per month 525 00 

900 00 Sutherland, M., junior steno- 

grapher at 75.00 per month . . 900 00 

76 92 

Travelling Expenses 

1,200 00 Bowman, Hon. B 550 00 

Cain, W. C 190 21 

57 69 Hutcheon, Jas 516 54 

Lyons, Hon. Jas 600 00 

393 00 Niven, F. J 215 00 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 



Contingencies — Continued 



Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Keefer, F. H 43 45 

Rorke, L. V 697 33 

Titus, F. E 122 31 

Work, Jno 48 55 

Typewriters, Office Equipment, etc., 

Calcus Sales Co., adding mach- 
ine 17 50 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriters, etc 652 05 

Advertising 

Alexandria News 8 00 

Algoma Advocate 24 04 

Algonquin Historical Societ)'. . . 32 00 

American Lumberman 47 14 

Bobcaygeon Independent 8 75 

Bracebridge Gazette 4 20 

Brantford E.xpositor 13 50 

Bruce Mines Spectator 142 90 

Burk's Falls Arrow 7 20 

Canadian Forest and Outdoors 100 00 

Cobalt Northern Miner 32 50 

Cobalt Northern News 31 50 

Cochrane Northland Post 61 00 

Cornwall Freeholder 12 50 

Cliffe Printing Co 15 30 

Financial Post 16 00 

Fort William Daily Times-Jour- 
nal 137 95 

Fort Frances Times 58 10 

Gore Bav Recorder 62 75 

Guelph Herald 29 40 

Haileyburian 65 30 

Huntsville Forester 12 30 

Illustrated Canadian Forestry 

Magazine '. 600 00 

Industrial and Educational Pub- 
lishing Company 288 00 

Jack Canuck Publishing Co. . . . 67 20 

Kenora Examiner ■ 19 04 

Kenora Miner Publishing Co. . . 44 40 

Khaki Call 26 25 

Kingston Standard 42 75 

Lindsay Daily Post 5 25- 

Little Current Expositor 23 90 

Lockwood Trade Journal Co. . . 49 34 

Lumber World 5 25 

MacLean Publishing Co 325 00 

MacLean, Hugh, Co 10 00 

Montreal Financial Times Pub. 

Co 37 50 

Manchester Guardian 386 25 

Montreal Daily Star 52 50 

Moiytreal Gazette 283 50 

Montreal Herald 42 00 

New Liskeard Speaker 78 33 

North Bay Advocate 3 00 

North Bav Despatch 8 75 

North Bay Nugget 1 78 50 

North Bay Times 43 75 

Ottawa Journal Dailies 196 00 

Ottawa Citizen Newspapers. ... 174 60 

Ottawa Le Courier Federal 94 50 



Ottawa, The Danelrog 126 00 

Parr\ Sound Canadian 2 00 

Pembroke Observer 2 40 

Pembroke Standard 20 20 

Peterborough Examiner 16 50 

Port Arthur News-Chronicle. . . 154 75 

Powassan News 4 80 

Pulp and Paper Magazine 192 00 

Rainy River Record 29 40 

Renfrew Mercury 4 20 

Sault Daily Star . 189 10 

Sault Ste. Marie News 44 95 

St. Catharines Standard 20 25 

St. Joe Herald 19 80 

Sudbury Star 233 10 

Canada Lumberman 555 00 

Toronto Daily Star 709 20 

Toronto Evening Telegram 292 50 

■ Toronto Farmer's Sun 574 20 

Toronto Free Mason 109 00 

Toronto Globe 1,237 50 

Toronto Mail and Empire 1,274 63 

Toronto Monetarv Times 37 50 

Toronto Star Weekly 186 66 

Toronto Veteran 262 50 

Annual Membership Fees 

American Forestry Association . 8 38 

Association of Ontario Land 

Surveyors 14 00 

Association of Professional En- 
gineers 15 00 

National Geographic Society. . . 10 09 

Miscellaneous 

Art Metropole, planimeter 39 60 

Bailey, J. \V., cleaning office. ... 7 00 
Bengster, L., services as steno- 
grapher 180 00 

Brady, A., cartage 3 00 

Burroughs Adding Machine Ltd., 

inspections 24 96 

Campbell, R. A., deposit of plan, 

re district line 1 03 

Canada Customs, duty charges 25 00 
Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 

copies of "Facts" 12 50 

Canada Law Book Co., copv 

of Annual Digest, 1922 '. 7 50 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 308 72 

Can. Nat. Telegraph, telegrams 861 30 
Can. Office Appliance & Supply 

Co., office supplies 17 10 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 913 98 

Can. Review Co., copv Review 

Public Affairs..... . .' 8 00 

CuUiton's Auto Liverv, liverv 

hire .."......'. 117 25 

Curry, Fred L., framing picture 2 50 
Deacon, J. M., registration fee 

and cancellation 8 00 

Dept. of Inland Revenue, cus- 
toms and excise stamps 10 00 

Dillon, R. J., registration fee. . . 75 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued 



18 


00 


23 


53 


1 


03 


2 


33 


3 


53 


2 


50 


67 


56 


42 


75 


9 


28 



Contingencies- 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

Dom. Express Co., charges 359 80 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., inspection. . 

Ferguson, Lome, registration fee. 

Fisher, Carl E., filing plans, etc. 

Gillespie, C, registration fee.. . 

Hall & Hall, legal services 

Heaton's Agency, copy of annual 

House Postmaster, postage 

Instruments, Ltd., drawing table 
and mounting map 

Keefer, F. H., sundry disbts. . . . 

King's Printer, paper, 402.18; 
stationery, 21,775.25; printing, 
4,231.25 26,408 68 

Lockwood, Trade Journal, copies 
of journal 

McBride's Garage, Ltd., livers- 
hire 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps. . 

McRae, J. A., registration fee. . 

Montreal Financial Times 

Munro, J. M., registration fee. . 



5 15 



8 50 



601 


14 


2 


00 


1 


00 


3 


55 



-Continued 

Nelson, Thos., & Son, renewal 
pages for encyclopedia 

Newspapers and Periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Port Arthur Public Utilities, 
telephone service 

Postmaster, postage stamps .... 

Raw, J. Frank, Ltd., blue prints 

Rodgers, Doris E., services as 
stenographer 

Ruttan-Bolduc, Ltd., rent of 
office 

Students' Book Dept. (U. of T.), 
books 

Superior Mfg. Co., surveyors' 
belts 

Toronto Transportation Com- 
mission, car tickets 

T. & N. O. Ry. Com., supplies 
for car "Ontario" 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
rent of typewriter, inspections, 
etc ' 



5 


15 


132 


20 


33 

2,525 
3 


30 
00 

75 


140 


00 


175 


00 


20 


50 


108 


00 


24 


00 


112 


86 


15 


00 



384 50 



O'Neil, A. H., at 1.25 per hour. 



Extra Services ($462.63) 

218 13 Trivett, W. F., at 1.50 per hour. 



244 50 



Colonization Roads Branch 

Salaries ($12,314.78) 

C. H. FuUerton Superintendent 12 months 4,400 00 

C. H. Meader Road Engineer 12 " 2,700 00 

M. P. Doherty Principal Clerk 12 " 2,100 00 

Annie Gamey Account Clerk 12 '| 1,300.00 

Jessie Moore Clerk Stenographer 10 " 814 78 

Wm. T. Axford Junior Ckrk 12 " 1,000 00 



Contingencies ($3,406.76) 



Temporary Services 

Harris, F. M., junior clerk at 
17.00 per week 

Moore, J., stenographer at 17.00 
per week 

Wallace, W., stenographer at 
17.00 per week. . . .■ 

Woodrow, A. L, clerk steno- 
grapher at 78.00 per month . . 

Travelling Expenses 

FuUerton, C. H 

Meader, C. H 



Typewriters, Office Equipment, etc. 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 

Annual Membership Fees 

Association of Professional En- 
gineers 

Association of Ontario Land 
Surveyors 

Engineering Institute of Canada. 



708 


33 


147 


31 


118 


99 


108 


00 


184 


54 


521 


23 



70 00 



13 00 

21 00 
10 00 



Miscellaneous 

Can. Stamp & Stencil Co., rubber 
stamps and repairs, etc 

Can. Nat. Express Cx)., charges. 

Can. Nat. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., steel tape. 

Gibson, W. G., searches of titles 

House Postmaster, postage 

King's Printer, stationery, 651.- 
83; printing, 411.43.. 

Newspapers and Periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Postmaster, postage stamps .... 

Raw, J. Frank, Ltd., repairs to 
transit and chains 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscriptions 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, etc 



16 42 

13 38 

22 28 

58 19 

7 90 

13 00 

10 50 

15 92 

1,063 26 

9 00 

200 00 

28 00 

7 50 

39 00 



Civil Government $207,181.24 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS 

Board of Surveyors ($200.00) 

Secretary-Treasurer of Ontario Land Surveyors, grant 200 00 



Agents' Salaries and Disbursements ($95,963.63) 



J. L Hartt Inspector of Crown La 

W. P. Clirintie Crown Timber Agent, 

S.J.Hawkins " 

A. H. Huckson " 

S. C. MeicDonald « 

J. T. McDougall " 

A. Stevenson " 

D. J. Spence " 

W. G. A. Wood " 

Miss S. Godfrey Stenographer 

E. Arthurs Crown Lands Agent, 

John Brown " 

R H.Baker " 

Chas. Both " 

J. W. Bolger " 

Miss L M. Campbell " 

Wm. Cameron " 

S. J. Dempsav " 

W.J.Douglas " 

Thos. Dodds " 

Thos. Dean " 

Frank Blank " 

H.J.Ellis " 

J. S. Freeborn " 

J.E.Gibson « 

W. Hales " 

C.J.Hollands « 

H.E.Holland " 

A. McFayden " 

J. K. MacLennan " 

J.E.Mills " 

J. L. O'Donnell 

W. T- Parsons " 

J. A. Philion . « 

R. Small « 

R. A. Teasdale " 

D. Thaw " 

W. E. Whybourne " « 

J. Woolings " 

A.N.Wilson « 

S.H.Wilson " 

Jas. Lockhart " 

FindlayWatt " 

T. A. McArthur Inspector of Agencies, 

J. Barr Homestead Inspector, 

J. A. Ba.stien " 

T.B.Brown " 

W. V. Cragg " 

Thos. Dean " 

Thos. Hughes " 

H. F. J. W. Jervis " 

H.B.Owens 

D.Smith " 

L. E. Van Horn " 

T.P.Watson « 

R. G. Wigle « 

Temporary Services 

Alexander, J. A., acting Crown 

Timber Agent at 8.00 per day 2,504 00 



nds Timber Agencies 2 months 

Parry Sound 12 

Toronto 12 

Sault Ste. Marie.. . .12 

New Liskeard 12 

North Bay 12 

Peterboro 12 

Cochrane 12 

South Porcupine. . .12 

Port Arthur 12 

Espanola Mills 12 

Markstay 12 

Minden 12 

Denbigh 12 

New Liskeard 12 

Parry Sound 12 

Stratton 12 

Cochrane 12 

Maynooth 12 

Thessalon 12 

Sault Ste. Marie.. . .12 

Wilno 12 

Powassan 12 

Magnetawan 12 

Drvden 12 

Apsley 12 

Fort Frances 12 

Kenora 12 

Emo 12 

Sudbury 12 

Matheson 12 

Hearst 12 

North Bay 12 

Sturgeon Falls ..... 4 

Mattawa. 12 

Massey 12 

Emsdale 12 

Marksville 12 

Englehart 12 

Kinmount 12 

Port Arthur 12 

Pembroke 10 

2 

North Bay 12 

Fort Frances 12 

Chelmsford 12 

Bracebridge 12 

New Liskeard 12 

Sault Ste. Marie.. . .12 

Murillo 12 

Callander 12 

Cache Bay 12 

Cochrane 12 

Monteith 12 

Englehart 12 

Dryden 12 



Armstrong, Jno., assisting at 4.00 
per diem 



onths 


540 90 


u 


1,700 00 


u 


1,900 00 


(( 


2,300 00 


« 


2,200 00 


« 


2,300 00 


« 


1,900 00 


a 


2,300 00 


« 


1,600 00 


(( 


960 00 


« 


500 00 


(> 


600 00 


« 


350 00 


« 


200 00 


« 


1,200 00 


« 


500 00 


« 


500 00 


(( 


1,100 00 


« 


500 00 


« 


500 00 


« 


300 00 


« 


500 00 


« 


500 00 


li 


500 00 


« 


1,000 00 


« 


250 00 


« 


300 00 


(( 


600 00 


« 


600 00 


u 


700 00 


« 


1,200 00 


« 


800 00 


« 


1,000 00 


u 


166 68 


(( 


500 00 


(( 


600 00 


« 


500 00 


«. 


300 00 


M 


800 00 


li 


175 00 


(( 


1,200 00 


li 


259 04 


11 


41 44 


« 


900 00 


« 


1,500 00 


« 


1,200 00 


« 


1,100 00 


11 


1,500 00 


« 


900 00 


« 


1,400 00 


« 


1,500 00 


11 


1,000 00 


U 


1,800 00 


11 


1,600 00 


11 


1,500 00 


11 


1,500 00 



32 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E9 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Agents' Salaries and Disbursements — Continued 



Temporary Services — Continued 

Bell, K., stenographer at 60.00 

per month 

Brunsel, E. L., stenographer at 

75.00 per month 

Carlton, G. K., assistant at 3.00 

per diem 

Castweil, Mrs. E., services as 

janitress 

Corke, Arthur, acting assistant 

inspector at 5.00 per day. . . . 
Dodge, L., assistant at 5.00 per 

day 

Duff, D., assistant at 3.00 per 

diem 

Green, H. P., caretaker, island, 

Charleston Lake 

Jamieson, W. H., caretaker of 

islands in Doy and Laboria 

Lakes 

Kurki, Aune, stenographer at 

50.00 per month 

MacArthur, A. J., assisting at 

4.00 per day 

Ma^Crindle, J., stenographer at 

80 00 per month 

Mac Do igall, M., stenographer 

at 60.00 per month 

Marchildon, J. P., agent at L60 

per day 

Mashou, P., assisting at 4.00 per 

day 

McCaw, J. G., acting Crown 

Timber agent at 8.00 per diem 
McLeod, Reta, stenographer at 

75.00 per month 

Milway, J. H., acting Crown 

Timber Agent at 8.00 per day 
Smith, J. D. C, acting Crown 

Timber Agent at 8.00 per day 
Stewart, Adam, assisting at 3.50 

per day 

.Stuart, J. G., supervisor of 

Wc llington Bepch 

Thomas, H., assisting at 3.00 

per day 

Thompson, Jas., assisting at 4.00 

per day 

Watson, Wm., assisting at 4.00 

per day 

Whelan, P. J., acting Crown 

Timber Agent at 8.00 per day 

Travelling Expenses 

.'Xlexander, J. A 

Barr. J. C 

Bastien, J. A 

Brannan, C. R 

Brown, J. B 

Christie, D. M : 

Christie, W. P 

Corke, A 

Cragg, W. N 

Dean, Thos 

Dodds, Thos 

Dodge, L 

Fletcher, N. B 



602 


27 


902 


92 


3 


00 


20 


00 


225 


00 


252 


50 


3 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


700 00 


284 


00 


963 


04 


120 


00 


257 


60 


7 


00 


2,504 


00 


902 


88 


2,504 


00 


2,504 


00 


7 


00 


50 


00 


1 


50 


112 


00 


25 


00 


2,504 


00 


227 


26 


695 


42 


1,080 


53 


6 


05 


401 


40 


44 


70 


127 45 


116 


25 


543 


50 


305 


62- 


8 


30 


69 


95 


332 


00 



Hart, J 267 95 

Holland, H. E 18 70 

Huckson, A. H 780 76 

Hughes, Thos 672 75 

Jervis, H 251 10 

MacArthur, A. J 139 68 

MacDonald, G. C 164 11 

MacDougall, J. P 178 27 

MacLennan, J. K 3 20 

McArthur, T. A 746 68 

McCaw, L G 37 05 

Milway, J. H 423 95 

O'Donnell, J. L 8 85 

Owen, H. B 1,661 55 

Smith, Dalton 568 26 

Smith, J. D. C 500 49 

Spence, D.J 223 49 

Stevenson, A 295 56 

Thompson, Jas 17 40 

Vanderburg, N 59 40 

Vanhorne, L. E 706 49 

Watson, T. P 599 25 

Whelan, P. J 213 50 

Whyburne, W. E 11 95 

Wigle, R. G 639 03 

Wilson, S. H 153 58 

Wood, W. G. A 261 66 



Office Rent, Light, Telephone and Telegraph 
Service 

380 33 

120 00 

120 00 

90 00 

120 00 
124 88 

51 13 

240 00 

121 35 
450 00 
180 00 



Bell Telephone Co 

Blank, Frank 

Bolger, J. W 

Bradburns, Ltd 

Campbell, L M 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph 

Cochrane»Hardware, Ltd 

Cochrane Public Utilities 

Dom. Dept. of Public Works. . 

Ferguson, J 

Fort Frances Telephone Com- 
mission 38 25 

Geroux, L 120 00 

Gibson, J. E 120 00 

Hollands, C. J 120 00 

Howie, C. .._. 117 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion 3 00 

Kenora, Town of, Telephone 

Department 47 50 

McKinnon, D. L., & Sons 60 00 

McKnight, W 126 00 

Michaud & Levesque, Ltd 60 00 

O'Donnell, J. L 120 00 

Port Arthur, City of 124 12 

Rioch, G. M 464 40 

Ruttan-Bolduc, Ltd 870 00 

Skene, A. H 84 00 

Spence, B. A 15 00 

Stethem, G. A 300 00 

St. Pierre, p., Jr 315 00 

Temiskaming Telephone Co., 

Ltd 39 38 

Tisdale, Twp. of 540 00 

T. & N. O. Telegraph 10 75 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

GROWN LANDS— Continued 



Agents' Salaries and Disbursements — Continued 



Office Rent, Light, Telephone and Telegraph 
Service — Con tin ued 



Ward, E. C. . 
Weaver, E. C. 
Whelan, P. J . 
Woolings, J . . 



Miscellaneous 

Aitkens, B., cartage 

Alexander, J. A., sundry dis- 
bursements 

Anderson, Mrs., cleaning office. 

Bank of Commerce, exchange on 
money order 

Best, Walter H., repairs to clock 

Brannan, C. L., fees, inspecting 
lots at 6.00 per day 

Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd., 
adding machine 

Can. Customs, duty charges. . . 

Can. Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd., 
motor car repairs, 26.78 ; motor 
car, 394.00 

Can. National Express, express 
charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight. . 

Cartmell, E., cleaning office. . . . 

Child's Hardware, axe 

City Typewriter Exchange, office 
furniture 

Cochrane Harflware, Ltd., hard- 
ware, etc 

Cochrane Sporting Goods Store, 
snowshoe repairs 

Corke, A., sundry disbursements 

Coon, L., washing blankets 

Cornell, cleaning office 

Cragg, W. v., sundry disburse- 
ments 

Dodds, Thos., fees inspecting 
lots ^ 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Douglas, W. J., fees inspecting 
lots 

Dryden Pharmacy, stationery. . 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., paper 
towels 

Edleston, R., stationery 

Ferguson, A., provisions 

French, Mrs., cleaning office. . . 

Green, H. P., sundry disburse- 
ments 

Griffith and Durham, repairing 
tape 

Hallsey, Fred, livery hire 

Hamer, R., sign board 

Henry, J. G., Ltd., office furni- 
ture 

Holland, H. E., livery hire 

Imperial Oil Ltd., gasoline 

Jessop & Co., book 



585 00 

5 00 

180 00 

100 00 



6 30 



6 

2 


70 
00 


2 


15 

75 


36 


00 


241 
2 


57 
00 



420 78 

25 26 

10 11 

110 00 

12 75 

82 00 
9 20 



2 


25 


3 


20 


1 


80 


24 


00 


10 


50 


20 


00 


16 


50 


10 


00 


1 


00 


7 


88 




45 


58 


37 


25 


00 


1 


73 


1 


00 


8 


00 


4 


50 


12 


50 


20 00 


32 


47 


1 


00 



King, E., cartage 1 00 

Lowery's, Ltd., stationery 12 55 

McCaw, J. G., petty disburse- 
ments, 3.85; fees inspecting 

lots, 35.72 39 57 

Mclvor, S., cleaning office 4 00 

McMahon, E. H., stationery. . . 3 00 

McVey, Jno., auto repairs 70 70 

Mahon Electric Co., lamps 3 15 

Mallory, B. P., sign board 10 00 

Manitoba Stamp and Stencil 

Works, rubber stamp 5 25 

Marchildon, J. P., petty dis- 
bursements 2 25 

Mills, J. E., sundry disburse- 
ments 1 75 

Milway, J. H., sundry disburse- 
ments 2 15 

Mitchell and McGill, office furni- 
ture 78 90 

Moore, H., rent of canoe 8 00 

Muirhead, F. C, stationery. ... 75 

O'Donnell, J. L., fees inspection 

of lots 20 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., office 

furniture 264 25 

Oxy Welding and Brazing Co., 

gasoline 30 05 

Perkus and Co., blankets 16 50 

Peterborough Fuel and Transfer 

Co., coal 29 00 

Peterborough Review Co., Ltd., 

binder 4 95 

Phillips and Benner, stationery 1 50 
Postmaster, postage stamps. . . . 1,696 98 
Richardson, J. W., office furni- 
ture 7 20 

Singleton, R., washing blankets 6 00 

Smith, D., motor car repairs. . . 42 00 

Smith, G. W., stationery 6 85 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., office 

furniture 90 00 

Stevenson, A., sundry disburse- 
ments 4 55 

Taylor, Geo., Hardware, Ltd., 

hardware 11 30 

Teasdale, R. A., fees inspection 

of lot 122 50 

Telfer and Nelson, carpentry 

work 5 83 

Thomas Co., rubber stamp 1 25 

T. & N. O. Ry. Co., freight 

charges 37 25 

Tourtellet Hardware Co., Ltd., 

grindstone, hardware, etc. ... 16 99 

Turner, Mrs., cleaning office. . .-. 4 00 

Vernon, H., & Son, directory. . . 5 00 

Virgo, F. W., mounting map. ... 1 25 

Whitton, J., stationery- 1 65 

Whyburne, W. E., fees for in- 
spection of lots 5 GO 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Ell 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Ottawa Agency ($2,614.27) 
A. C. Larose Agent 12 months 



Miscellaneous 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 57 69 

Hope, Jas., & Sons, Ltd., station- 
ery, etc 25 55 

Hope Realty Co., office rent. . . 700 00 

Larose, S. C, repairing clock. . . 3 00 



Might Directories, Ltd., direct- 
ory 

Ottawa Electric Co., light 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 6.00 
rent of box, 4.00 



L800 00 



10 00 
8 03 

10 00 



J. P. Legris. 



Forest Ranging ($487,046.91) 

.Forest Supervisor 12 months 2,700 00 



Rangers' Pay Lists 

Districts: 

Arnprior and Ottawa 15,526 00 

Cochrane 34,770 15 

Kenora 27,679 75 

Mississauga Reserve 16,257 08 

Missanabie 2,596 00 

Nipissing 32,165 50 

Nipigon 3,848 54 

Parry Sound 17,196 50 

Peterborough 4,599 00 

Porcupine 13,126 00 

Rainy River 24,309 75 

Sault Ste. Marie 58,531 50 

Sudbury 80,158 00 

Temiskaming 15,060 25 

Temagami 1,029 00 

Thunder Bay 20,807 56 



Travelling Expenses 

Acheson, L 37 80 

Adams, Wm 24 60 

Ainslie, D. M 25 15 

Alexander, J. A., accountable. . . 276 00 

Alexander, R. H 31 25 

Allen, G. P 25 85 

Allen, R. A 146 10 

Aimers, Jno 31 15 

Anderson, P. J 159 40 

Andrew, T. N 25 15 

Bailey, S. J., travelling expenses, 

314.25; accountable, 187.85.. . 502 10 

Bannerman, Wm 74 10 

Barker, G. G. B 16 10 

Barrett, Thos 49 70 

Barthelot, L 10 40 

Beaumont, E 41 95 

Beddome, W. E 28 85 

Bell, J. H 11 75 

Beveridge, Jas 27 35 

Binnie, Thos 112 50 

Bird, J. M 197 30 

Black, Geo 12 20 

Blastora, B 7 10 

Bliss, R. H •. 130 30 

Boland, W. G 215 60 

Bouchev, A. C 55 65 

Bowlan'd, J. J 102 95 

Boyce, J. C 19 00 

Boyd, G. A 21 25 

Boyd, VV. S 101 88 



Brannan, W. H 20 65 

Bridon, Heber 42 00 

Bromley, E. H 22 60 

Bromley, T. A 43 25 

Brooks, W. J 44 50 

Brown, E. J 55 48 

Brown, Jos 16 92 

Brown, J. A 247 49 

Brown, J. F 39 25 

Buchan, D. S 116 10 

Burke, J. D 22 65 

Burnes, C. W 33 10 

Burns, D. F 160 78 

Byrne, J 313 75 

Callaghan, T 12 65 

Campbell, J. M 56 75 

Carpenter, R. J 13 00 

Carswell, Wm 183 10 

Charette, J. A 18 90 

Charlebois, P 61 25 

Christie, W. P 45 46 

Clearihue, G. A 47 20 

Cleary, P. M 27 10 

Coglan, Jno 68 23 

Colley, J. W 426 85 

Connell, A. B 38 60 

Connelly, D 12 75 

Constantine, E 25 05 

Cooper, S. N 42 75 

Corrigan, R. J U 00 

Coutts, H. F 15 90 



E 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Forest Ranging — Continued 



Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Coiitts, H. Ci 2 00 

Crawford, J. H 17 20 

Crawford, R 57 30 

Critchley, J. A 8 70 

Croswell, G 8 30 

Crotean, H 1 50 

Dawkins, J. J 233 90 

Dennie, F. J 27 30 

DeVine, K 23 25 

Dickson, Jno 29 85 

Dickson, W. D 13 00 

Didier, H 166 00 

Didier, L. P 33 80 

Dillon, J. R 252 35 

Dowd, H. L 272 10 

Doyle, M. J 6 55 

Doxsee, Jas. E 379 45 

Duncan, E. J 247 80 

Duncan, W. A 50 65 

Dunlevy, J. W 105 70 

Dunne, J. F 251 90 

Durrell, Wm 23 05 

Durrell, Jno 89 95 

Dusang, E. S 98 00 

Duval, R 14 15 

Eckersley, W. L 6 05 

Edwards, R 18 85 

Elliott, R. B 35 50 

Elliott, Wm 878 82 

Evans, Harry 10 60 

Faries, R 7 00 

Faulkner, Wm 39 85 

Fenwick, A. R 6 90 

Ferguson, D. F 9 65 

Ferguson, E. A 343 91 

Fink, T. J 15 35 

Fink, "R J 20 

Fisher, Geo 76 05 

Fitzgerald, D 15 45 

Fletcher, N. B 98 00 

Eraser, A. H 37 75 

Eraser, L. R 58 05 

Fraser, Joe 14 60 

Frenette, J 5 25 

Frawley, F 26 20 

Ganton, D. J 68 60 

Gardiner, H. S 6 40 

Gerrard, A. J 157 05 

Gill, C 39 68 

Gillespie, J 29 90 

Gilligan, E. J 123 10 

Gilmour, Jas. R 10 25 

Goodfellow, AW 7 10 

Goodwin, T. A 5 35 

Gorman, Bert 49 50 

Gorman, P. 94 60 

Gordon, J. B 80 50 

Grant, Jos 12 15 

Greene, S 44 15 

Gre-oire. P 39 70 

Hagan, E. G 287 20 

Hagan, Wilson 230 95 

Hale, Jno. B 69 15 

Hall, A 13 45 



Hammond, H. D 240 45 

Hammond, Wm 25 70 

Harkins, J. J 9 20 

Hartley, C 347 52 

Hawkins, W. H 338 10 

Haystead, Jno 26 35 

Hearl, Jno 28 10 

Henderson, A. E 105 60 

Henderson, C. F 16 55 

Henderson, J. J 24 75 

Hey, B 35 95 

Hill, Wm 4 60 

Hinds, H. R 30 90 

Hoff, J. S. M 26 80 

Hogan, H. J 64 95 

Hogan, Jno. D 317 97 

Hogarth, J. R 40 70 

Home, J. F 4 00 

Howard, Jas 60 55 

Hickson E 392 15 

Hudson, E 10 45 

Humphreys, H 35 90 

Hurd, A 155 63 

Hurd, C 19 60 

Irwin, A. G 13 50 

Irwin, Thos 56 80 

Jacobs, G 33 55 

Jenkins, F. T 205 05 

Johns, C. H 21 90 

Johns, F 43 20 

Johnson, B 22 55 

Johnston, J. H 44 95 

Johnston, R. M., travelling ex- 
penses, 1,931.49; accountable, 

.30 1,931 79 

Johnston, Thos 4 70 

Tones, \V. E 18 40 

Kav. A 10 95 

Kennedy, D 17 65 

Kennedy, R 30 50 

Kennedy, S 67 35 

Kenneal'lv, J. L 6 05 

Kilgour, G 8 50 

Kintrea, S 227 60 

Kirton, W. J 10 90 

Laderonte, Jno 40 00 

Lamothe, J. G 24 70 

Lane, W. V 65 

Leach, Chas ' 38 60 

Leblanc, 20 45 

Lees, Joe 15 50 

Legree, J. S 204 87 

Legris, J. P 694 65 

Lenton, Geo 115 05 

Love, Ben....' 70 10 

McCaffertv, M. F 6 05 

McCall, a; T 33 60 

McCaw, Jos. E 113 50 

McCleary, P 21 38 

McConachie, R. S 68 55 

McCool, D 164 95 

McCort, H. M 44 40 

McDermott, J. E 4 80 

McDermott, T. J 53 11 

McDonald, A. J 28 15 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E 13 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Forest Ranging — Continued 



Travelling Expenses — Continued 

McDonald, N 138 70 

McDonald, R 4 70 

McDonald, Thos 457 04 

McDonnell, J. R 147 05 

McDougall, C 128 68 

McFarlane, J. D 18 05 

McGhie, Chas 35 15 

McGonigle, J. H 32 55 

McGiirn, Jno 6 20 

Mclnnes, D. C 271 92 

Mcintosh, H. H 23 70 

Mcintosh, J. G 13 25 

McKay, Jno 9 40 

McKee, J. P 232 55 

McKendry, W. B 48 60 

McKenzie, A. E 120 20 

McKey, Geo, D 27 45 

McLachlin, A 38 15 

McManus, F. B 75 30 

McManus, Jas 219 90 

McNab, A...: 94 75 

McPherson, J. S 159 00 

MacDermid, H. A 79 55 

MacDonald, F. C 60 95 

MacDonald, K. C 11 80 

MacDonald, J. D 486 20 

Macdonald, R. D 15 40 

MacGregor, W. H 63 05 

Maniece, Wm 441 77 

Mann, F. B 15 65 

Mann, J. F 484 22 

Mantel, R 8 60 

Margach, J. A 340 54 

Maxwell, L 5 45 

Meeking, E. D 45 95 

Menzies, A 152 70 

Millar, Jno 28 50 

Miller, Percy 8 30 

Miller, P. H 60 85 

Miller, R. M 9 25 

Moore, W 87 00 

Molvneaux, H 37 00 

Moran, A 407 30 

Moril, J. A 8 50 

Morrison, B 35 60 

Morrison, Geo. W 30 05 

MuUin, L. J 102 55 

Murphy, T. J 70 10 

Murray, P 25 85 

Nault, Jas " 164 40 

Nault, Thos 104 60 

Niblett, Jas 146 94 

Noble, F. G 24 25 

Norgate, C 22 40 

Oliver, O. J 26 00 

Olscamp, Geo 14 90 

Palmer, I 7 35 

Paquette, O 16 50 

Pell, R. D ■ 44 10 

Piggott, W. D 25 15 

Piper, G. E 231 15 

Phillips, W. H 15-35 

Powers, J. J 60 15 

Presley, Jno 125 40 



Prewer, V. H 18 80 

Pritchard, F 17 30 

Proctor, Geo. S 58 75 

Quinn, Wm 22 55 

Ramesbottom, Robt 14 90 

Ramsay, Robt. A 47 24 

Revell, L. O 10 00 

Regan, C. E 55 05 

Reid, J. B 57 05 

Rice, C. F 2 80 

Ridley, Robt 101 75 

Robinson, A. E 4 50 

Robinson, S. V 8 70 

Robinson, W. J 41 55 

Ross, A 45 30 

Rowe, F. E 96 00 

St. Jules, E 6 40 

St. Paul, T. B 88 10 

Sanders; W. J 8 40 

Saunders, F. G 216 00 

Schroeder, F 8 15 

Scollard, Wm 28 95 

Sharp, Jas. A 166 95 

Sharpe, J. F 583 64 

Shead, E. S 50 20 

Short, Jas 24 60 

Simpson, Wm 81 1 85 

Sinn, Wm. F 85 80 

Smith, B. W 29 00 

Smith, C. S -26 85 

Smith, J. D. C ■ 135 49 

Smyth, W. H 9 95 

Snider, Roy 81 15 

Spaven, Jno 71 80 

Spence, D.J 22 45 

Spence, S. D 29 15 

Spence, Wm 43 80 

Staniforth, A 666 28 

Steel, W. B 24 12 

Steele, W. D 36 65 

Stein, P. A 210 38 

Stewart, D 37 95 

Stewart, R. M 15 75 

Street, R. J 46 90 

Sullivan, N 37 35 

Supple, J. A 13 40 

Sutherland, J. W 22 50 

Swale, W 62 50 

Swallow, C. H....: 13 20 

Tanner, U 23 65 

Taylor, E. A 33 10 

Thomson, D 17 65 

Thompson, F. H 1 7 70 

Thorburn, D 35 60 

Thorburn, Geo. A 25 30 

Thorite, Thos 430 07 

Tremblay, G. 26 35 

Vandcrburg, N 57 20 

Vincent. H. T 278 35 

Vogel, F. A 98 20 

Waller, Thos. F 94 05 

Warren, R. N 55 95 

Welxster, H. R 77 20 

Wilkins, C. H f8 15 

Wilson, A 26 70 



E 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS—Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Forest Ranging — Continued 



Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Wilson, C. F 17 95 

Wilson, D. M 54 65 

Wilson, R. K 76 50 

Wilson, W. J 104 28 

W'ilson, V. S 5 00 

Whalen, Jos 70 45 

W'hims, Thos 5 70 

Whitmore, E 76 20 

W^oodruflf, Chas 35 25 

Young, F. G 112 65 

Young, R. J 334 35 

Young. W. D 45 80 

Yuill, W. J 51 35 

Provisions, Camp Supplies and Equipment 

American Tent & Awning Co., 

Ltd 27 00 

Art Metropole 23 65 

Beamish, J. H 20 13 

Beauchesne, B 137 93 

Becker, C 13 00 

Booth, J. R., Ltd 10 80 

Border Lumber Co., Ltd 17 51 

Brisson, V 14 45 

Burrows, H 180 95 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse, Ltd 392 00 

Carters, Ltd 149 19 

Chene, R 81 90 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd 495 26 

Connelly, D 14 85 

Consolidated Optical Co., Ltd. 71 00 

Deacon, D 72 47 

Dean's Sunnyside Pleasure Boats 

Ltd 512 05 

Dominion Glass Co., Ltd 19 80 

Dubois, D 43 92 

Ferguson, A 251 21 

Fife, A. T., & Co 37 00 

Fort Frances Union Co-operative 

Co 36 05 

Fowler Hardware, Ltd 341 12 

Gastmeir Bros 6 75 

Grant Holden Graham, Ltd. ... 61 60 

Green, H. H 57 95 

Greenwood, S., & Son 17 47 

Hinsberger Harness Co., Ltd. . . 524 40 

Hudson's Bay Co 403 72 

Hughes, Geo. W., & Co 51 74 

Humphrey, D. -S 31 25 

Imperial Oil Ltd 5 92 

Indian Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. 40 80 

Instruments, Ltd 37 05 

Keen, B. F... . . . . 78 50 

■ Laurentide Air Service, Ltd. ... 60 00 

Lufkin Rule Co. of Canada, Ltd. 54 00 

McDonald, Geo. W 5 81 

McFadden, J. J., Ltd 33 10 

McGiil, H. E 64 10 

McLean A. J 5 00 

McLecd, Wm 450 40 

Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd 26 75 

Mundell, H. L 27.25 

National Grocers, Ltd 1,782 33 

Neale & Heath 82 64 



Parkin, C. R 2,368 06 

Peterborough Fuel & Transfer 

Co., Ltd 8 00 

Pike, D., Co., Ltd 93 00 

Poole, J. E., & Co 27 00 

Post, O. E 5 57 

Pratt & Shanacy 2,532 46 

Prideau, T. G 112 IS 

Raw, J. Frank, Ltd 2 00 

Reamsbottom & Edwards 831 50 

Ross, G. H., & Co 7 10 

Shankman Bros 3 90 

Shevlin-Clarke Co., Ltd 27 16 

Shaw, A. M 27 84 

Taylor, Geo., Hardware, Ltd. . . 168 88 

Temagami Fur Co 72 92 

Thomson, T. W., & Son 132 42 

United Piovision Co 95 09 

Walton Drug Co 3 30 

Warrell & Yeates 758 25 

Wells & Emmerson 73 33 

Wells Hardware Co. . . ; 204 49 

Wilson's Grocery 32 83 

Wilson & Greenwood 284 55 

Miscellaneous 

Aitken's Livery, livery hire 58 00 

Algom.a Central & H. B. Ry., 

freight 3 12 

Archibald & Parks, hire of team, 

livery 32 00 

American Tent & Awning Co., 

Ltd., repairing tent 13 50 

Armstiong. H. R., leg.il services. 3 00 

Art Metropole, steel tapes 128 00 

Bannerman, Geo., livery 30 00 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange, 

5.56; messages, 25.25 30 81 

Beit, T. H., cartage 31 14 

Brisson, W., board of men and 

dogs 28 00 

Biggs Drug Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 17 15 

Brocken, A. E., cartage 1 25 

Cairns, B., rubber stamp 1 50 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 34 05 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 4 99 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, telegrams 37 58 
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 21 01 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 58 01 

Chrisbink, Jas., cartage 3 50 

Cook, Jas. A., & Son, transfer 

f^le '. 33 00 

Cornell, T., cleaning office 1 00 

Cunningham, Thos., launch hire 112 50 

Dalton «& Cunningham, livery. . 12 3 50 

Dalton's Livery, livery 1 13 50 

David, N., cartage 3 25 

Deccico, L., hire of dog team. . . 15 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 73 56 

Doyle, J. J., livery 16 00 

Edwards, F., rent of launch and 

board of men 53 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E 15 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Forest Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Conrinued 

Fife, A. T., & Co., enamel and 
varnish, etc 

Flinders, O. B., cartage 

Gillon, D. J., tracing blue prints 

Grigg, T., cartage 

Halsey, F., livery 

Hudson Bay Co., rent of canoe. . 

Johnson, R. N. " " . . 

Journal Printing Co., printing. . 

Kennedy, E. J., hire of dog team 

King's Printer, stationery, 
551.44; binding, 147.63; print- 
ing, 358.45 1 

Killens, R. L., livery 

Ladurantaye, D. J., books 

Laurentide Air Service, services 
of air patrol at 150.00 per hour. 64 

Link & Henderson, livery hire 
and board of horse 

Lowry's, Ltd., stationery and 
filing cabinet 

McAuley, A., labour 

McKay School Equipment Co., 
repairing compasses 

McLeod, W., cartage 

McDonald & Kitts, livery 

MacEachren Bros., livery 

Matthews, L L., & Co., office 
desk, etc 

Morgan, J. W., map 

Minnewasquah, A., labour 

Murphy Bros., teaming 

Newman, A. C, services as 
observer at 2.00 per day 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 
blankets 

Patton, T. J., Insurance Agenc}', 
office rent 

Penneasquah, A., labour 



8 25 
5 25 
10 00 
23 00 
44 00 
13 00 
30 00 
30 00 
101 00 



,057 52 
29 00 
70 00 

,248 84 

153 50 

67 45 
56 00 

12 90 

13 00 

27 00 
74 50 

108 00 
25 

28 00 
3 00 

12 00 

90 60 

125 00 
35 00 



Peterborough Review Co., report 

forms and printing 11 50 

Pike, D., Co., Ltd., repairing 

tents 45 75 

Pilsworth, B. L., drugs 15 80 

Porcupine Bus Service, bus 

tickets 12 50 

Port Arthur Public Utilities 

Commission, telephone rental 19 33 

Postmaster, postage 55 94 

Rainville, A., teaming 40 00 

Raw, J. Frank, blue prints, etc. . 403 17 
Rawlinson, W., Ltd., cartage. . . 4 50 
Rothschild & Co., office rent.. . . 90 00 
Royal Can. Air Force, over- 
hauling and repairing engines. 2,196 58 
Rutledge & Stewart, Ltd., desk. 25 00 
Ruttan-Bolduc, Ltd., rent of 

storeroom 90 00 

Sitch, John, livery 11 25 

Spence, E. A., rent of boat house 45 00 
Sudbury Journal Printing Co., 

printing 60 00 

Sayloss, J., labour 49 00 

Sundry persons, packing pro- 
visions 325 25 

Tarling Map Mounting Co., 

mounting photos and prints. . 63 48 

Templeton, A., & Son, livery. . . 291 50 
Thessalon Livery & Cartage Co., 

livery 30 00 

Timmins-Porcupine Bus, tickets 25 00 
Todd's Drug Store, medical 

supplies 12 75 

University of Toronto, blue 

prints 8 60 

Weir, Hugh, labour 2 00 

Weldon, D. F., liverv and cart- 
age ' 42 00 

Woods Mfg. Co., repairing and 

cleaning robes 85 50 

Woods, R. R., enamel 1 00 



C. E. Hinds 



Forest Reserves ($9,470.28) 

Ranger, Temagami 12 months 1,500 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages 

Eckersley, M., towels 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. . . 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware, beds, mattresses, etc. . . 

Cummins, T. A 

Desrosiers, Mrs., beard of men. 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Ferris, Richard, purchase of two 
small buildings to- be used as 
storehouses 

Gauthier, A., blacksmithing 

Hindson, C. E., sundry disburse- 
ments 1 

Hudson's Bay Co., provisions. . . . 

Laperriere, H., cartage 



5 


34 


8 


52 


2 


04 


259 


03 


49 


35 


7 


70 


5 


95 


200 


00 


3 


45 


,595 


82- 


18 


22 


26 


00 



Pay Lists, wages of men 5,685 00 

Petrant, T., livery 

Postmaster, postage 

Taylor, Geo., Hardware, Ltd., 

hardware 

Temagami Fur Co., provisions. . . . 
T. &. N. O. Ry Co., freight charges 

Wells & Emmerson, saws 

Wilson, H., oil 

Windsor Meat Market, provisions 



5 


00 


12 


00 


29 


68 


6 


85 


100 41 


10 


25 


12 


15 


65 


62 



Less accountable advanced in 
1922 



9,609 26 
138 98 



9,470 28 



E 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging ($1,067,202.22) 

J. H. White Superintendent 5 months 

A. B. Connell District Forester 7 " 

C. A. Duval Assistant Superintendent 3 " 

P:. G. Poole Inspector 12 " 



K. Stewart " 

J. H. McDonald " 

J. F. Turnbull " 

A. Staniforth " 

H. W. Crosbie " 

C. E. Foote " 

F. A. McDougall " 

C. E. Westland " 

W. D. Cram " 

E. S. Davidson " 

T. F. Ranee " 

J. E. Theyes Assistant 

N. McDonald " 

L. Acheson Railwav Fire Inspector. 

R. A. Allan " 

H. Bliss " 

Ben Hey " 

L. Lerov " 

F. Tilbury " " 

Pay Lists, wages of aerial observers 



12 
12 
12 
, 4 

■ 5^ 

. 514 

. 5H 
. 3 

. 'A 
. 1 
. 9 

. 6 
6 

, 6 
. 6 



Pay Lists, Wages of Rangers 
Districts: 

Abitibi.. 

Algoma Central South 21, 

Algoma Central North 22, 

Algoma Eastern 11, 

Algonquin 41, 

Cochrane 24 

Foleyet 22 

Georgian Bay 36, 

Hornpayne 6, 

Kapuskasing 10, 

Kenora 24, 

Kowkash 6, 

Long Lac 5, 

Matheson 19, 

McGregor Islands 1, 

Metagami •. 17, 

Mississauga 29, 

New Liskeard 5, 

Nipigon 16 

North Bav 25 

Rainy River 18 

Sault Ste. Marie 15 

Sudbury 20 

Tashota 5 

Temagami, N 17 

" W 16 

Thunder Bay 15 

Timmins 17 

Tweed 25 

Webbwood 16 

Travelling Expenses 

Acheson, L 

Adair, G. A 

Ainslee, D. N 

Allen, R. A 

Allen, Geo. P 

Anderson, F 



,545 


50 


,508 


38 


,706 


50 


,944 


75 


,279 


77 


,183 


60 


,110 


99 


,883 


72 


,735 


25 


,995 


75 


,254 


00 


,151 


25 


,594 


50 


,557 


25 


,104 


00 


,507 


75 


,067 


75 


,211 


55 


,070 


92 


,298 


/5 


,913 


25 


,917 


00 


,837 


37 


,644 


24 


,333 


59 


,370 


50 


,161 


25 


,631 


25 


,380 


29 


,310 


25 


980 


43 


161 


70 


231 


92 


515 


80 


24 


00 


78 


05 



Bailey, S. J 

Barrett, Thos. . 
Beaumont, E. . . 
Beddome, W. E. 

Belisle, W 

Beveridge, J. . . . 

Blair, H. E 

Bliss, P. H 

Boice, E. A 

Bouchey, A. C. . 
Bowland, J.J... 

Bown, L 

Brunet, A 

Bromley, E. H. . 
Buckingham, G. 
Burns, A. F. . . . 
Burns, Robt.. . . 

Bvce, H. C 

Caldwell, J. H. . 
Campbell, J. M. 
Carpenter, R. J. 
Charron, Jos.. . . 

Cleavely, A 

Coghill, J. M... 
Connell, A. B... 
Cram, A. D. . . . 
Crosbie, H. W. . 
Crosiin, H. W. . 
Cunning, J. H. . 
Cummins, T. A. 
Dallyn, G. M... 
Darb>-, Wm . . . . 
Davison, E. S.. . 
Delahey, W. A. . 

Dent, L. A 

Didier, H 

Dowd, H. L 

Draper, W 

Durrell, Jno. . . . 
Dusang, A. J. . . 



1,763 46 

1,407 69 

657 02 

1,800 00 

1,805 77 

1,805 77 

1,805 77 

702 00 

825 00 

807 69 

836 54 

836 54 

819 23 

836 54 

455 77 

64 00 

138 00 

1,657 50 

1,173 50 

1,170 00 

1,111 50 

1,052 00 

700 00 

1,519 78 

130 58 

192 80 

33 25 

190 91 

291 00 
127 43 

54 46 

1,439 59 

155 90 

632 92 

47 90 

2 10 

159 50 

250 20 

138 55 

145 41 
75 20 

120 88 

146 60 
71 90 

117 31 
107 30 
205 65 

56 65 

3,791 98 

165 26 

173 20 

261 47 

83 20 
175 26 
439 82 

292 40 
368 42 
835 31 

60 75 
24 30 
226 51 
197 70 
■ 31 35 
438 40 



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E 17 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging- 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Duval, C. A 63 25 

Eckersley, W. L 240 41 

Edwards, Ross 101 61 

Essery, J 95 75 

Eveline, S 131 50 

Fecto, Geo 67 50 

Fernette, L 94 15 

Fleming, F. L 32 35 

Foote, C. E 141 47 

Fox, E 31 00 

Gainey, T 104 15 

Gibson, W. J 459 65 

Gillespie, J 229 90 

Girard, S 64 50 

Graham, VV 57 34 

Grummett, J. B 140 00 

Haley, T. C 77 50 

Hamilton, Fred 215 S3 

Hammond, H. D 244 09 

Hanratty, P. J 208 20 

Harrison, J. W 95 80 

Hass. G. J 350 86 

Hawkins, W. H 113 10 

Hawkins, M. B 57 60 

Henderson, S 108 93 

Hey, B 544 45 

Hickey, J. L 9 85 

Higgins, Jas 327 10 

Hindson, C. E 73 97 

Holmberg, G. L 73 30 

Hcrley, \V. A 51 10 

Houston, I 72 40 

Jenkins, D., accountable 20 00 

judd, J. H 466 10 

Kennedv, Robt 15 00 

Kennedv, D 227 13 

Kilbey, A. C 306 30 

Kring, A 59 90 

Lavigni, L 141 20 

Leblanc, O 120 99 

Legree, V 104 65 

Legris, J. P 119 88 

Legris, H. M 440 35 

Lerov, L 99 70 

Lessard, W 10 60 

Lidken, C. W 35 75 

Liddicot, T 23 00 

Livsey, T 42 90 

Livingstone, J 243 64 

Lucas, C. E 60 80 

Lundin, A 134 65 

MacDonald, F. C 560 86 

MacDonald, A. A 84 85 

MacDougall, F. A 197 38 

MacFarlane, W. B 242 05 

MacGrcgcr, W. H 368 25 

McAllister, A. J 18 05 

McCafferty, M. F 325 64 

McCall, A. T.. . .: 256 90 

McCashcn, Thos 33 40 

McCaw, W 126 31 

McConachie, R. S 141 90 

McCormick, Thos 291 51 

McCrady, D. W 6 50 



-Continued 

McDonald, J. H 730 55 

McDonald, N 171 08 

McDougall, C 17 65 

McEwen, J. H 344 62 

McGhie, C 7 30 

Mclnnes, C 313 02 

McKendry, W. B 464 06 

McLellan, J. J 155 50 

McLeod, J. A 70 70 

McMuUen, H. R 383 87 

McNamara, Jno 95 60 

McNultv, M. E 78 40 

Miller, Wm I6I 06 

Miles, S 30 20 

Miles, F 151 83 

Mills, C. R 148 95 

Monahan, P 83 00 

Morrison, J SI 40 

Noble, F. G 76 25 

Nicholas, H 207 30 

O'Grady, E. N . m 10 

O'Gorman, J. T 159 15 

Olscamp, Geo • 169 80 

Olscamp, R 47 65 

Order, S. A 75 65 

Pappin, D 148 37 

Pappin, S 109 95 

Pajie, A 4 10 

Pigott, W. D 195 57 

Poole, E. G 460 35 

Pott, L 43 50 

Potter, L. J : . 308 80 

Preslev, J 236 40 

Prewer, \'. H 146 40 

Purdy, Jno 157 00 

Rabbitts, M 346 60 

Regan, C. E 168 30 

Reesor, Geo 145 56 

Revell, L. 338 41 

Robinson, H 874 21 

Robinson, W. J 347 01 

Ryan, P 135 10 

Simpson, M 263 70 

Smith, K. F 184 15 

Smith, F. C 32 50 

Staniforth, A 904 15 

Stevens, R. G 276 89 

Stewart, K. A 912 40 

Sutherland, J. W 518 03 

Swartman, G 205 75 

Tait, A .'./... 215 34 

Tavlor, A. G 313 85 

Taylor, E. A 182 SO 

Thomson, Thos 271 64 

Thorning, E 34 80 

Turnbull, J. F 430 33 

Waller, T. F 59 80 

Ward, J 103 35 

Weir, Geo 63 40 

Westland, C. E 1,277 89 

Wcstland, C 41 70 

Wideman, A. E 195 63 

Wilder, J 45 75 

Wilder, F. W 66 50 

Wilson, B 92 55 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Wilson, J. D 215 30 

Wilson, R. K 376 76 

Williamson, W. W 28 60 

Whims, Jno 64 10 

Whitmore, D 143 55 

Whitton, J. E 608 02 

Wombwell, Geo 49 43 

Wright, J. S 334 35 

Young, D 59 60 

Provisions, Camp Supplies and Equipment 

Adams Bros. Harness Mfg. Co., 

Ltd 725 00 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd 321 05 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd 14 55 

Algoma Central & Hudson Bay 

Rv. Co 6 00 

Alinson & McChesney. 183 95 

American Tent & Awning Co., 

Ltd 75 54 

Anderson, A 125 00 

Andrews, S 144 36 

Arnold & Bell, Ltd 63 19 

Art Metropole 355 00 

Austin & Nicholson, Ltd 306 48 

Baldric, W. J 52 30 

Balsdom, D 57 45 

Bancroft Chopping Mill 4 67 

Bancroft Garage 300 62 

Barker, Jno. T 69 10 

Beamish, J. H 2,741 08 

Beatty, Walter, Est. of 1 20 

Beatty, W., Co., Ltd 375 58 

Beauchamp, P 5 50 

Beauchesn, E 813 60 

Beaulieu, Jos 13 00 

Beglev, Wm 187 35 

Bell Bros 49 41 

Bell, L H 34 90 

Bell, W. A 211 68 

Beilhartz Bros 53 73 

Bishop, B 14 04 

Bishop, H. W 28 02 

Bishop, Robt 30 09 

Black Bros 1 00 

Blanchard & Campbell, Ltd. . . . 105 03 

Bliss, R. H 13 80 

Boiand, T. A 956 95 

Booth, J. R., Co., Ltd 365 77 

Booth & Thompson 22 50 

Bottun, A. E., &Son 9 00 

Bows, A 2 00 

Box, J. B., &Sons 23 18 

Bov, P 31 00 

Bracci, R 877 77 

Bradlev, S. L 2 50 

Bradshaw, A 21 50 

Bradshaw, M 3 00 

Brathwaite, F. G. W 277 18 

Bridge Bros 82 05 

Briggs, A. B 8 00 

Brisson, V 4 70 

British American Oil Co., Ltd.. . 46 55 

Burboise, A 1 75 



^^Continued 

Brown, Geo 38 42 

Burke, C. H 5 89 

Burke, F. G 16 09 

Burrows, H . . '. 89 97 

Bush, W. T 32 65 

Caicus Sales Co 1 7 50 

Canniff & Williams 21 27 

Can. General Lumber Co 268 62 

Can. Canoe Co., Ltd 1,046 15 

Can. Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd. 24,151 02 

Can. Timber Co., Ltd 17 25 

Can. Nat. Rys 735 80 

Carson, R. J 24 68 

Carter Drug Store 5 15 

Campbell's Garage 42 30 

Cameron, W. A 4 75 

Chappie, W. F 3 00 

Chdrron, H 95 70 

Charters, E. T 120 00 

Chateauvert, J. E. H 75 

Chene, R 647 38 

Cherrv, S. J 21 25 

Chestnut Canoe Co., Ltd 3,152 00 

Clark, R. L 22 45 

Clayton, E. D 170 00 

Clyde Forks, Ltd. 20 08 

Cochrane Plumbing & Heating 

Co 1 1 00 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd 21,210 01 

Colbourn Garage 1 65 

Collett Sproule, Ltd. 20 40 

Colleran, Jas 6 70 

Collins & Ritchie 296 65 

Cone, D. G 35 00 

Conlin Bros 9 50 

Connolly & McWebb 2 85 

Continental Wood Products Co., 

Ltd 63 29 

Connelly, D 978 30 

Conwav, Thos 7 98 

Cousineau, J 128 08 

Cook, A 4 03 

Corbeil, J. J 74 53 

Coslitt Hardware Co 13 65 

Crawford, W. T 50 

Crockford, E. E. J 16 22 

Cristilan, H. B 597 97 

Dafre, F 9 60 

Dane Larder Lake Transporta- 
tion Co 28 26 

Daneff, M 52 25 

David Bottling Works 26 00 

Davidson, J. F 46 91 

Daw Plaining & Mfg. Co., Ltd.. 396 94 

Deacon, D. . . : 14 18 

Degagne, H 18 90 

Delongchanip Cartage Co 2 25 

Dennis Can. Co 1 50 

Derue, J 62 67 

Detlor, W. E., & Co 121 78 

Devine & Legree 9 87 

Diamond Grocers 636 74 

Dingwall Garage 9 10 

Di.x. Chas. J 8 40 

Dom. Air Board 9 24 



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E 19 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Fire Ranging — Continued 



Provisions, Camp Supplies and Equipment — 
Continued 

Dom. Foundries 18 00 

Dom. Rubber System, Ltd 399 55 

Dom. Sign Co 24 00 

Double Diamond Rubber Co., 

Ltd 188 56 

Doyle's Garage 635 61 

Dudley & Brown 41 75 

Dunham, Chas 97 65 

Dunlop & Co., Ltd 1,376 56 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co., Ltd 263 25 

Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd 273 77 

Durham, S 21 66 

Eaton, The T., Co.. Ltd 120 00 

Electric Supply Co 19 47 

Elk Lake Hardware Co 36 91 

Ethier Co 36 02 

Evans Co., Ltd 410 79 

Faulkner, J 19 00 

Faulkner, Thos 23 70 

Fawcett, C. F 28 40 

Fenton & Smith 2 45 

Fenn, .\. N 648 03 

Fensom's Garage 128 25 

Ferguson, A 3 90 

Fife, A. T., & Co 367 38 

Finlav, F 5 00 

Fisher, A. D., Mfg. Co., Ltd.. . . 125 00 

Flake, Jno. D 46 15 

Flavelle, R. H 2 10 

Fleece, Jas ' 2 80 

Flett, Geo 662 91 

Fogg, Jno. W m U 

Flint \'arnish & Colour Works of 

Can., Ltd 284 63 

Foley Bros. .& Harvey 2 25 

Fore'strv Branch, Ottawa 9 00 

Foster, F. B 1 50 

Fowler Hardware, Ltd 585 03 

Gagnon & Norborne 6 58 

Gagnon, J. J 2,000 00 

Gagnon, T 5 50 

Gardners, E. H., Ltd 30 75 

Gastmeier Bros., Ltd 6 00 

Generoux, Mrs. A 7 58 

Gidley Boat Co., Ltd 5,612 00 

Giles, Chas. S. . ..• 1 86 

Glenn, Jno 42 82 

Golding, A. W 93 03 

Gollinger, Mrs. L. J 4 35 

Goold.Shapley&Muir Co., Ltd. 4,155 60 

Gordon, G., & Co 40 01 

Grace, C 65 06 

Graham, A 4 30 

Grant Holden Graham, Ltd 2,980 16 

Gray, T 6 00 

Great Northern Power Co 87 54 

Griffith & Onerhein 22 35 

Grigg, Thos 786 26 

Groves, E. J 31 25 

Gunmell, J. D 172 35 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. 

Co., Ltd. . ' ^78 65 



Haddad, Ameen 19 11 

Hagarty, P 4 38 

Haley Bros 30 60 

Halev, Thos 22 50 

Halland House 29 70 

Ham, Chas. H 223 58 

Hamer, Robt 46 58 

Hanes, S 12 00 

Hanson, T. W 3 00 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd 74 55 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd 65 

Hauck Mfg. Co 138 53 

Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd.. . 95 55 
Hay ward Lumber & Tie Co., 

Ltd 309 45 

Henry, J. G., Ltd 69 20 

Hevworth, A. F 194 93 

Hope Lumber Co 105 20 

Home & Taylor 12 10 

Hotel Algonquin 78 35 

Houston^Co., Ltd 308 96 

Hudson's Bav Co 961 53 

Hughes, G. W., & Co 110 35 

Hnmhpr Garage 2 40 

Humphrev, D. S 70 73 

Hunter, W. A., & Sons 77 76 

Hunter, W. A 11 75 

Hurst Lumber Co 277 54 

Husband, A 16 98 

Hutcheson, W. E 89 60 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion 24 02 

Hvmers, G. E 2 00 

Imperial Oil, Ltd 2,786 49 

Imrie & Winthorpe 12 75 

Instruments, Ltd 3 20 

Jackson & Lambert 22 00 

Jacobs, G 30 00 

Jessop, S 8 90 

Johnson & Kitchen 78 48 

Johnson & Co 284 61 

Johnson, O 9 63 

Johnston, D 24 45 

Jondin, J. S 15 00 

Kellv, J 3 76 

Kennedv, M. J., & Co 582 50 

Keves, E 979 44 

Kidd, C. T 21 61 

Killaloe Garage 7 15 

King, Geo 8 50 

Kohl, E. A 117 76 

Kunopasku, M 2 50 

Labie, A 1 15 

Laberge Lumber Co., Ltd 4 20 

Labrossi, J. M 164 81 

Lachance, F 19 20 

Lacroix, J. A 5 60 

Lake Superior Paper Co., Ltd. . 127 19 

Langmard, Wm 10 45 

Langevin, Alex 65 00 

Lapalme, L. A 201 50 

Laurentide Air Service, Ltd. ... 28 00 

Laviolette, Chas 59 77 

Legault, A 5 00 

Leggat, J. G 342 91 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Cont'nued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging- 

Provisions, Camp Supplies and Equipment — - 
Continued 

Leginskie, Joe 21 50 

Legree, A 10 50 

Lehman, J 49 55 

Lespinor, Geo 4 00 

Lesser, N., & Sons 80 62 

Lesser, Z., & Co 694 39 

Linklater, Thos 24 80 

Little. F 17 00 

Little, W 335 75 

Livingston, B. E 12 54 

Lodge, Mrs. Thos 6 00 

Logan, Mrs. J. M 4 00 

Louttit, Jno 174 11 

MacDonald, A. A. J 1 40 

MacDonald, K. C 12 96 

McArthur, J. C 7 50 

McCaulev & Robinson 17 64 

McCausland, W 5 50 

McCaw, Jas 28 90 

McCaw, W 15 62 

McClary Mfg. Co., Ltd 194 75 

McCloskv, L. L 439 71 

McCormick, T 26 32 

McColl, H. E 60 00 

McCoIl, Wm 75 82 

McDonald, G. W 25 

McDougall & Sproule 598 63 

McDowel!, VV. R 16 50 

McEwen, C. \V 10 90 

McFadden, J. J., Ltd 3 48 

McGill, H. E 962 05 

McGregor, A. E., & Co 25 00 

McKev, M.F 118 95 

McKichnie, Mrs. A 30 58 

McKinlay, J. W 4 56 

McKinnon & Ronan 106 35 

McKirdy, Wm. & Sons 281 52 

McLach'lin Bros 72 71 

McLeod Garage 1 60 

McLeod, D. S ■ 29 

McLeod, W 251 50 

McMillan & Norquav Bros 11 40 

McMurrav, W. A 98 77 

McNaught Lumber Co., Ltd.. . . 80 26 . 

McVey, Jno 329 74 

Mageau Lumber Co 57 15 

Mallory, D. C 10 00 

Marks Clavert Dobie Co 521 46 

Marquart, C 4 00 

Marshay Lumber Co., Ltd 151 10 

Marshall Ecclestone, Ltd 388 13 

Martell, R 2 50 

Mason, \V. R 4 20 

Mathe, F. E 87 50 

Metallic Roofing Co., Ltd 847 75 

Michaud Bros 45 08 

Midland Engine Works Co 43 35 

Miller, H 115 00 

Miller, R. C 5 20 

Miller, R. H 5 00 

Millwood Lumber Co., Ltd 181 76 

Milne, Wm 75 

Mitchell, A 2 90 



-Continued 

Monarch Oil Co 119 77 

Moore & Cheney 25 07 

Moyle, J. E 9 20 

Moyneur, J. B 38 60 

Mudge & Co 309 00 

Muirhead, F. C 5 00 

Mundell, H. L 60 35 

Murray, C. & D 25 69 

National Grocers, Ltd 1,898 00 

New Ontario Colonization Co., 

Ltd 82 59 

Norfolk & Rochester Hardware 

Co., Ltd. 31 20 

Northern Builders Supply Co. . . 1 50 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd 10,712 81 

Northland Motor Sales 6 50 

Oakum, Chas 4 00 

O'Connor, M 34 65 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd.. 44 00 

O'Leary, T 66 67 

Oldsmobile Garage 1 90 

Ostler, G 7 21 

Parisien, Mrs. A 2 50 

Parker, C. R 1,751 22 

Parrott Boat Co 420 00 

Parrv Sound Garage 576 55 

Patsy, D 6 80 

Paul, H. J 71 25 

Pembroke Lumber Co 200 27 

Pembroke Milling Co., Ltd 9 69 

Perfection Motor Co 8 00 

Perks, J 1,614 78 

Perkus & Cop, Ltd 599 13 

Perron & Marsh Navigation Co. 82 25 

Perrv, E 83 60 

Perry, J. W 455 36 

Petawawa Lumber Co 91 85 

Peterboro Canoe Co., Ltd .. . 287 18 

Philion, P. H 6 30 

Pidgeon, C 2 00 

Pitt, A 284 50 

Piouffe, F 18 27 

Poole. J. E., & Co 55 00 

Port Arthur Coal & Wood Co.. . 12 25 

Porter & Co 180 44 

Post, O. E 12 92 

Poupore Lumber Co 202 14 

Powell Furniture Co 93 80 

Pratt & Shanacv 1,223 66 

Prest-0-Lite Co. of Can., Ltd. . . 471 58 

Price, Geo 43 75 

Quade, A. C 71 28 

Quade, H.J 13 00 

Quinn, Jas ' 1 2 00 

Ouinn, W. D 23 27 

Rands, B. H 51 13 

Rankin, R. R 121 22 

Rashott, F 401 20 

Reid, Mrs. T 1 50 

Rice Lake Canoe Co., Ltd 897 50 

Richards, H 75 18 

Richardson & Co 333 22 

Richardson, J. W 6 85 

Richards, Jos. A., & Sons 145 00 

Risson, V 6 09 



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E21 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging- 

Provislons, Camp Supplies and Equipment — 
Continued 

Ritchie, R. & T., Ltd 46 79 

Rivert, Geo 20 77 

Robinson Mfg. Co 1 05 

Roche, F. M 88 99 

Rogers, Mark 3 50 

Rolandson, Jno 13 43 

Rolph Clarke Stone, Ltd 539 52 

Romeo, M 100 27 

Rumford Lumber Co., Ltd 81 19 

Russel Bros 263 83 

Russell, F. A 25 86 

Russell, W. H. F 46 22 

Sadlo, J 5 40 

St. Lawrence Engine Co 69 12 

St. Pierre, S 1 80 

Salem, A 5 68 

Santoni, Jas 8 68 

Savard, E 20 00 

Schmidt, W. G 184 61 

Schieder Co 14 05 

Scott, A 44 50 

Schroeder, M. & T., Co 6 00 

Scroggie, W 78 60 

Scullion, N. J 6 60 

Self's Garage 4 25 

Selkirk, A. B. J 5,385 58 

Shahen, A 222 07 

Shankman Bros 34 54 

Shannon, D.& J 139 39 

Shearer, H. A 75 03 

Shtarer, M. W 140 76 

Shevlin Clarke Co., Ltd 61 05 

Shortland, E. F 21 90 

Silverstone, M ' 2 00 

Simpson, E 15 00 

Simpson, Jas 12 50 

Smpson, T. E., Co., Ltd 388 19 

Skcbo, D... '. 1 50 

Smith & Chappie, Ltd 1,063 96 

Smith, Jas 2 20 

Smith, R. M 7 00 

Smth, W. L 22 36 

Snaith, A. J 28 00 

Solomon Bros 144 17 

Soo Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd.. . . 1,470 13 

Spanish River Lumber Co 28 75 

Spanish River Pulp & Paper Co., 

Ltd 144 13 

Speers Bros 79 10 

Stafford, F. M 12 62 

Standard Planing Mills, Ltd... . 25 65 

Stark Seybold, Ltd 4 42 

Staughton 4 35 

Stub Equipment Co., Ltd 42 50 

Stephen, M. J. . 10 72 

Stevenson, E. N 4 00 

Stinson Bros. Oil Co. .■ 40 75 

Stinson, J. L 74 70 

Stone, J. W., Boat Mfg. Co 2,251 45 

Storie, H 2 50 

Stringer, W 80 00 

Stuart, Jas 1 75 

Stull, W 4 50 



-Continued 

Sudbury Boat & Canoe Co 764 20 

Sudbury Star 11 00 

Superior Mfg. Co 130 85 

Taylor, Geo., Hardware Co., 

Ltd 2,690 22 

Temagami Fur Co 48 20 

Tennant, R. B., & Co 10 43 

Thesoms Gala Mines, Ltd 15 87 

Thorpe Bros 38 75 

Thunder Bay Lumber & Fuel 

Co ■ 6 52 

Tifleur, W 2 00 

Tomstown Lumber Co., Ltd. ... 4 20 

Tower Canadian, Ltd 42 75 

Tramley, J. S 5 00 

Trout Creek Lumber Co 86 56 • 

Turner Bros 355 30 

Tweed Hardware 121 63 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd. . . . 376 65 

Veedor Mfg. Co 10 37 

\'ickers, Jno 2 00 

Vigars Stear Lumber Co 183 44 

Vitkuske, Jno 6 29 

Watchom & Co., Ltd 6 29 

Watson & Llovd 1,409 50 

Watson, Jack & Co., Ltd 35,483 57 

Webbvv'ood Hardware Co., Ltd.. 59 65 

Wells & Emmerson 76 39 

Wells Hardware Co., Ltd 473 37 

Wheeler, S. A 162 04 

Wheeker, W. J 13 44 

Whitton, Jno 8 45 

Whistle, W 2 00 

Willett, Jno 131 60 

Williams, A. R., Machy. Co.. 

Ltd ■ 5 04 

Wilson, C. E 6,406 43 

Wilson & Greenwood 207 20 

Winchester Garage 2 66 

Windsor, S 4 25 

Wise, Wm 27 00 

Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd 18,136 76 

Woods, R. R 90 

Worrell & Yeats 29 79 

Wright, J. A., &Co 7 87 

Advertising 

Canada News Pub. Co 5 00 

Cochrane Northland Post, Ltd.. 3 15 

Daily Times-Journal, Ft. William 3 50 

Fisher, Jas., Co., Ltd 13,777 49 

Fort Frances Times 3 52 

The Hailevburian 2 00 

McMillan,' Ltd 8 28 

New Liskeard Speakei 3 85 

The Nugget 59 90 

News-Chronicle 2 50 

Sudbury Star 61 95 

Vapaus 21 60 



Miscellaneous 

Acme Laundry, washing blankets 36 90 
Afelskie, A., & Son, repairing 

truck.. 3 50 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



No. 1 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire^Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

Algoma Central & Hudson's Bay 
Rv. Co., freight, 195.48; fares, 
295.25 

Allanson & AlcChesney, repair- 
ing boat 

Allen, Wm., rent of storehouse.. 

Allen, J. E.. ofifice rent 

Anderson, F"., rent of garage. . . . 

American Tent & Awning Co., 
Ltd., repairing tent 

Ardoch Rural Telephone Co., 
service 

Armstrong, Dr. M. T., rent of 
boathouse 

Armstrong, H. R., legal services. 

Armstrong, D., horse hire 

Art Metropole, binoculars re- 
paired 

Angus, J., washing blankets. . . . 

Backer, G. G., stationery 

Baldry, W., livery hire 

Bank of Nova Scotia, exchange. 

Banner, E. L., repairing pump. . 

Barran, C, cartage 

Bartlett, F. A., office rent, 
132.00; .stationery, 14.01 

Baurgenis, \V. M., washing 
blankets 

Beach, Mrs. E. L., cleaning office 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange 
services, 270.79; messages, 
883.60 

Beatty, Jno., cartage 

Belanger, A., " 

Belanger, Joe, " 

Belisle, W., livery 

Best, T. H., cartage 

Bethune, D., cartage, 8.00; 
board of men, 23.00 

Bevins, W. H., stationerv 

Bidard, Arthur, meals, 2.00; 
board of men, 53.00 

Bird Woollen Mills Co., Ltd., 
washing b'ankets 

Bishop, H. W., carpentrv wcrk. 

Bishop, W..W., " ' " . 

Black, R. J., repairing reel 

Blackburn, Mrs. G., board of 
men 

Blanchard Campbell Co., storage 
of battery 

Bliss, R. H., services as caretaker 
at 25.00 per month 

Bois, Z., cartage 

Bontman, Mrs. G., washing 
blankets 

Booth, J. R., Ltd., cartage and 
meals for men 

Bourbonnes, A., meals for men.. 

Bowman Co., " " 

Briscoe, R. E., auto repairs 

British American Express Co., 

Ltd., chatges 

Brown, Caroline, cleaning office 



490 73 

12 80 
15 00 
72 00 
75 00 

4 25 

12 00 

60 00 

7 00 

175 00 



37 
70 



10 10 

26 10 

58 

13 40 

2 00 

146 01 

16 50 
8 00 



1,154 39 

8 50 

5 00 

50 

229 10 

19 95 

31 00 
5 90 

55 00 

2 85 

53 7.8 

48 58 

50 

27 75 

12 85 

125 00 
2 CO 

2 00 

210 38 
23 00 
94 60 
18 45 

173 97 
10 00 



Bromley, E. H., rent of type- 
writer 

Brougham & Grattan Telephone 
Co., rental, etc 

Brown, Mrs. J., cleaning office. . 

Bruce, \V. S., launch hire 

Brunet, A.,board of horses, 15.00; 
hire of horses, 116.25; liverv, 
106.75 

Brunton, R. M., rent of canoe 
and cartage 

Burke, F. M., stationery 

Burke, R., board of men 

Burrit, Jas. H., legal services. . . 

Burton, L., livery 

Burton's Taxi Service, livery, 
cartage, etc 

Bush, \Vm. F., repairing canoes. 

Caille Perfection Motor Co., re- 
pairing motor 

Can. Canoe Co., Ltd., repairing 
canoe 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Can. Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd, 

Can. Nat. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Nat. Rvs., freight, etc., 
2,950.82; garage rent 30.00. . . 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs, messages. 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 

Can. Timber Co., Ltd., board of 
men 

Can. Transfer Co., cartage 

Canture, J. C, freighting 

Carey, Geo., blacksmithing 

Carlyle, W. J., cartage 

Carsweil, R., board of men 

Carter, P. R., livery . 

Case, A., caretaker 

Cassldy, J., cartage 

Central Mfg. Co., repairing tents 

Charters, E. T., carpentry' work 

Chene, R., stationery 

Chestnut Canoe Co., Ltd., re- 
pairing canoes 

Christie, A, N., cartage 

Clark, C. J., cartage, etc 

Clarke, F. E., storage of motor 
boat 

Ciark, R. L., electric wiring. . . . 

Clark, Thos., hire of horse 

Clayton, J., cartage 

CiifTe's Book -Store, stationery. . 

Cobalt Foundry, repairing fire 
pump 

Coburn, J. E., repairing engine.. 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., auto 
repair 

Cochrane, H. D., cartage 

Cochrane Public L'tilities Com- 
mission, telephone, 79.55; 
light, 36.38; water, 18.C9 

Cochrane Steam Laundr\-, wash- 
ing blankets 



27 50 

29 55 
31 00 
20 00 



238 00 



12 


00 




75 


7 


50 


5 


00 


87 


50 


58 


60 


112 


17 


1 


67 


3 


00 


157 


54 


!,751 


C9 


1,915 


80 


2,9S0 


82 


651 


10 


1,172 


97 


652 


08 


72 


80 


3 


CO 


37 


00 


5 


20 


4 


CO 


71 


75 


222 


25 


48 


00 


74 


50 


4 


50 


396 


95 


2 


45 


27 


50 


10 


00 


12 


00 


20 


00 


33 


36 


152 


25 


3 


50 


1 


35 


4 


15 


4 


72 


21 


57 


8 


CO 


134 


02 


178 


!' ' 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E 23 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 



Collins, J., repairing telephone 

lines 2 00 

Connolly & Newell, sharpening 

tools 14 70 

Conger Lumber Co., purchase of 

lots 600 00 

Cook, F., horse hire 88 00 

Cook, H. J., cartage 2 00 

Co-operative Restaurant, meals. 12 60 

Coslett Hardware Co., repairs. . . 10 95 

Cox, D., board of men 16 25 

Coxford Book Stoie, stationery. 35 

Craig, J. W., cartage 1 00 

Craighead Garage, auto repairs. 5 05 
Crawley & McCracken, board of 

men 3 85 

Crosswell Bros., repairing canoe 

and motor boat 17 15 

Culukki, P., blacksmithing 13 10 

Dafoe, J., board of men 136 00 

Daggart, S., liverv 18 00 

Dalglish, J. B., hire of horse 132 00 

Dancy, A., cleaning office 2 50 

Dane-Larder Lake Transfer Co., 

freight 32 00 

Darbv, Mrs. V., rent of type- 
writer 18 00 

Dasonst, E., cartage 10 00 

Davison, J. F., auto repairs. ... 74 58 

Dawson, L. L. E., hire of horse. 128 00 

Debursev, M., cartage 8 00 

Deharriell, W. G., livery 55 00 

Delongchamp Cartage Co., cart- 
age 155 67 

Dennis Canadian Co., rent of 

horse 96 00 

Dept. of Game and Fisheries, 

cartage 21 00 

Derosier, Jno., cartage 54 25 

Deschamp, H., cartage 1 

Desrochers Bros., auto repairs. . 5 
Detlor, W. E., & Co., washing 

blankets 7 40 

Dickerson, E., livery 13 00 

Dickson, W. B., rent of garage. . 60 00 

Didier, H. E., cartage 8 25 

Dingwall Garage, auto repairs. . 5 20 
Disappearing Propeller Boat Co., 

Ltd., rcpa-Ts 29 90 

Dix, C. J., livery and hire of men 323 75 

Dodge, G., cartage 5 00 

Dom. Air Board, air force oper- 
ations 30,911 95 

Dom. Employment Agency, ser- 
vices employing fire fighters. . 78 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges 1,439 89 

Doyle, J. J., cartage 48 35 

Doyle's Garage, autO repairs.. . . 54 25 

Dubc, A., cartage 216 75 

Dufaure, J. P., cartage 92 19 

Dumontelle, C, lot on Chapleau 

Lake 300 00 

Dumontelle, M., cartage 4 00 

Dunn, Chas., cartage 2 50 



00 
95 



Dupuis, Mrs. M., board of men. 

Dupuis, P., cartage 

Durham, S., rent of horse 

Dwyer, Mrs. M., board of men, 

cartage, etc 

East, Jno., Co., Ltd., relining 

flue and repairing roof 

Eauolombe, C., repairs to motor 

boat 

Empire Cafe, office rent 

Ethier, C, board of men 

Ethier, G., cartage 

Falls, Thos., board of men 

Falson, B., cartage 

Farley, A., board of men 

Faulkner, J., cartage 

Faulkner, T., livery. . 

Fenton, F., freight 

Ferguson, L., cartage 

Fife, A. T., & Co., motcr boat 

repairs 

Findlay, F., hire of horse 

Fingland, M.. cartage 

Flanders, O. B., cartage 

Flannigan, J., cartage 

Fort Frances Public Utilities, 

light, 7.20; phone, 28.50 

Fort Frances Times, stationery 

and printing 

Fortin, O., sharpening saws. . . . 

Foster, S., stationery 

Eraser, A., carpentry work 

Fraser, Wm., rent of motor boat 
French, Mrs. E. N., cleaning 

office 

Friske, Mrs., washing blankets. 

Furcette, F., cartage 

Fvfe, W., livery hire 

Gagne & Sequin, livery hire. . . . 

Gamble, Jas., horse hire 

Gangan, P., repairing motor 

Candour, A., cartage 

Gardiner, W., hire of horse 

Garvin, Mrs. O., board of men.. 
Gauthier, J. B., board of men 

and cartage 

Gemmell, J. D., cartage 

Gerard, J., rent of horse 

Gessio, T., gasoline 

Gibson, W. J., cartage 

Gidley Boat Co., Ltd., motor 

boat repairs 

Gilles, Mrs. D., board of men.. 
Gillespie, C, registering deed. . 
Gillies Bros., Ltd., board of men 

and cartage 

Ginn, F. E., horse hire 

Cloig, Thos., cartage 

Gcold, Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., 
reporting on erection of look- 
out towers and erecting look- 
out towers 

Gordon, Geo., & Co., board of 
men 



61 


60 


18 


00 


114 


00 


51 


20 


167 


90 


5 


00 


330 


00 


6 


40 


1 


30 


39 


60 


16 


00 


9 


45 


22 


50 


55 


15 


14 


00 


2 


00 


18 


57 


151 


72 


2 


25 


5 


71 


1 


00 


35- 


70 


10 


75 


6 


00 


1 


00 


110 


25 


120 


00 


21 


00 


4 


00 


12 


00 


203 


00 


107 


50 


9 


00 


3 


50 


12 


00 


105 


00 


7 


90 


21 


60 


13 


50 


14 


00 


2 


00 


1 


00 


46 


25 


4 


50 


2 


45 


762 


38 


122 


00 


20 


00 



475 95 
17 20 



E24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

GROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Conrinued 

Grand & Ton, Ltd., stationery. 

Grandmaison, P., serving as cook 
at 1.00 per diem 

G. T. Ry. System, office rent 
and freight 

Grant, J. B., cartage 

Greco, Peter, rent of garage .... 

Green, L. A., & Co., printing. . . 

Greer, R., cartage 

Grigg, Thos., board of men and 
cartage 

Gutopsk)-, F., cartage 

Hagerty, W'm., cartage 

Haggert, A., cartage 

Haggerty, S., cartage 

Halliday, Mrs., cleaning ofKce. . 

Halse>, F., livery hire 

Hamilton, D., cartage 

Hamilton's Livery, livery 

Hand, Thos., office and store- 
house rent 

Hannan, T., cartage 

Harrison, Mrs. F., board of men 

Hartley, A. P., cartage 

Hass, C. J., teaming 

Hass, Geo., livery and cartage. . 

Hawkins, W. H., rent of horse. . 

Heggart, S., cartage 

Herron, Mrs. S., washing blan- 
kets 

Hetu, v., board of horse 

Hickey, J. L., storage charges . . 

Holburn, A., repairing tents. . . . 

Holdenby, E. A., cartage 

Hormaverta, N., cartage 

Homer, H., cartage 

Hortien, D. O., planing lumber. 

Hoskin, Jno., cartage 

Hotel Algonquin, rent of boats, 
board of men 

Hughes, E. L., board of men and 
launch hire '. . 

Hughes, Geo., bcaid and room . 

Hughes, \V. L, livery 

Humphrey, D. T., rep'g gas tank 
and eng'ne 

Hunter, W. A., cartage 

Huntsville, Lake of Bays & Lake 
Simcoe Navigation Co., Ltd., 
freight 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, light 

Instruments, Ltd., mounting 
map 

Jackson & Limbert, stationery. . 

Jacques, Jno., livery hire 

Jacobs, G., hire of horse 

Jakin, J. S., washing blankets . . 

James, C. S.. auto repairs 

James, S., board of men 

Jaidine, W. J., cartage 

Jessop, J., & Co., stationery. . . . 

Jessop, S., & Co., stationery. . . . 

Johnston, David, blacksmithing. 



2 75 



3 00 



312 


69 


1 


00 


10 


00 


2 


25 


5 


00 


731 


50 


2 


50 


140 


75 


13 


50 


22 


00 


3 


50 


39 


80 


3 


00 


160 


00 


120 


00 


2 


25 


15 


50 


3 


00 


140 


00 


64 


37 


25 


00 


22 


75 


4 


SO 


69 


00 


9 


00 


9 


50 


1 


00 


6 


00 


3 


00 


2 


00 


6 


00 


21 


75 


98 


50 


80 


00 


13 


00 


37 


65 


3 


00 


9 


44 


20 


25 


12 


00 


4 


70 


19 


00 


206 


85 


6 


00 


10 45 


34 


20 


45 


00 


1 


25 


100 


05 


25 


05 



Joubert, C, board and hire of 

horses 

Kelly, P., cartage 

Kelsey, E. H., storage charges. . 
Kenora, Town of, Light Dept., 

light and telephone 

Kelvcy, W. A., cartage 

Kenny, P. J., rent of storehouse. 
Kerr, Geo., repairs to truck. . . . 

Key Valley Ry., freight 

Kilaioe Bros., auto repairs, .... 
King's Printer, stationery 

3,8/7.39; printing, 956.16; 

binding, 994.40 5, 

Kirkup, R. B., cartage 

Kirton, A., cartage 

Laberge, Mrs., cleaning office. . . 
Lafleur, M., meals for men and 

cartage 

Lake .Superior Paper Co., Ltd., 

board of men and cartage. . . 
Laliberte, L., services beaching 

boat 

Lalonde, H., window blind 

Lamarre, Jno., cartage 

Lamont, J., cartage 

Lamotte, F., repairing telephone 

Langlois, Eugene, cartage 

Langlois, Eniile, cartage 

Langdon, \Vm., board of men . . 

Lanktree, A., cartage 

Laren, P., cartage 

Latreille, J. A., carpenter work.. 
Lautentide Air Service, service 

and board of men 53 

Lavigne, L., livery, boaid and 

hire of horses 

Lavoie, T. J., cartage 

Leach, N., cleaning storehouse. . 
Leberge, Mrs., cleaning office. . . 

Leblanc, P ., livery 

Leblanc, O., office rent 

Lefroy, Mrs., board of men 

Legauit, J. P., services 

Leggatt, J. G., rent of horse. . . . 

Legris, H. M., use of car 

Letherby & Chew, Ltd., board 

of men 

Lewis Co., towing timber 

Link & Henderson, boarding 

horse 

Little, W., cartage, blacksmith- 

i ng, horse hire, etc 

Lodge, M., canoe hire 

Loucks, J. H., cartage 

Lougheed, R. J., hire of horse . . 
Lovell, H. G., rent of typewriter 

Lowery, H., horse hire 

Lowrey, S. M., cartage and sta- 
tionery 

Lowery's Ltd., stationery 

McAlpine & Dendy, auto reps. . 

McAuley, J., cartage 

McCaw, W., cartage and livery 
McChrlstie, A., cartage 



232 75 

5 00 

17 50 



25 


28 


15 


00 


60 


00 


61 


20 


34 


70 


34 


00 


827 


95 


16 


25 


2 


00 


2 


00 



29 00 
51 00 



3 


00 


4 


50 


65 


00 


12 


00 


7 


00 


4 


CO 


1 


00 


282 


02 


20 


00 


9 


00 


12 


10 


236 


73 


254 


00 


7 


25 


2 


50 


2 


CO 


225 


75 


60 


00 


12 


00 


66 


00 


24 


CO 


101 


30 


47 


CO 


10 


CO 


106 


50 


124 


50 


26 


25 


6 


00 


142 


00 


8 


00 


127 


00 


15 


20 


29 


60 


13 


65 


10 


00 


82 


00 


15 


00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E25 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
GROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

McCool Elect. Co., wiring 

McCormic, T., repairing wagon 

McDonald, Mrs. A., washing 
blankets 

McDonald, J. A., livery and 
cartage 

McDonald, S., rent of storehouse 

McDonald & Kitts, cartage and 
livery 

McDougall, M., board of men. . 

McDowell, W. R., hire of horse. 

McEachran, A., cartage 

McEachern, W., cartage 

McGarry & Costello, legal serv- 
ices 

Mclver, Geo., unloading car. . . . 

McKay, Alex., use of tug 

McKay, M. F., gasoline 

McKenzie, L., copies of evidence 

McKessock, R. R., legal services 

McLaughlin, Jno.. board of men 

McLaughlin, W. J., storage of 
batteries, electric wiring 

McLean's Garage, auto repairs . 

McLellan, Jno., cartage 

McLeod, A., rent of boat 

McMahan, P., cartage 

McNulty, M. E., auto hire 

McPVail, D., blacksmithing. . . . 

MacEachren Bros., cartage 

MacPherson, J. M., repairing 
tank 

Mack, A., cartage 

Ma'one, T., cartage 

Marcotte, E., cartage 

Marshall Lumber Co., board of 
men 

Mart^el, E., cutting wood 

Martelle, R., cartage 

Mart'n. Chas., rent of scow. . . . 

Masini Ldy., washing blankets.. 

Massen, R., cartage 

Matheson, Corporation of, water 
rates 

May, Wm., cartage 

Menz'es & West, office rent. . . . 

Air r hand, E., cartage 

Mer?ereau, G. W., rent of store- 
house 

Mpfvin, Jas. P., cartage 

Midgley, H., cartage 

Miller, R. H., cartage 

M'Uer, W., cartage 

Miller, Mrs. W., repairing tents. 

Miller, W. J., caretaker of build- 
ing at 10.00 per month 

Milligan, Chas. F., livery 

Milne, R., dork rent 

Minard, J ■ office rent 

Monarch Garage & Mach. Shop, 
repairing eng-'ne 

Montpetit, G. E., cartage 

Montreiu'. H., cartage 

Moore, J. B., board of horse. . . . 

Moriarty, M., board of men. . . . 



23 


50 


5 


35 


56 


55 


151 


00 


32 


00 


36 


00 


15 


00 


235 


50 


5 


50 


5 


25 


2 


00 


25 


00 


50 


00 


28 


25 


1 


20 


40 


00 


141 


30 


11 


55 


85 


68 


4 


00 


75 


00 


6 


50 


183 


30 


4 


50 


7 


50 


7 


05 


8 


00 


6 


25 


10 


00 


4 


00 


27 


50 


10 


00 


12 


00 


10 


40 


3 


00 


8 


00 


15 


00 


30 


00 


2 


00 


36 


00 


35 


00 


4 


00 


9 


15 


27 


00 


8 


00 


55 


00 


86 


00 


5 


00 


18 


00 


13 


79 


9 


30 


8 


00 


15 


00 



22 50 



Moore, W. E., services type- 
writing 14 CO 

Morrist, Jas., & Son, repairing 

engine 43 25 

Moyle, J. E., rent of warehouse. 126 CO 

Moyneur, J. B., cartage 8 00 

Muirhead, F. C, stationery. ... 2 75 
Multigraph Sales Co., Ltd., 

repairing machine 1 50 

Murphy Bros., cartage 72 35 

Mvers, J. B., use of telephone 

line 8 00 

Nadon, J., cartage 4 00 

Natural Resources Intelligence 

Service, blueprints 7 00 

New, Mrs. A., board of men 71 60 

Newaygo Co., board of men. ... 63 CO 

New Ontario Dock, Ltd., freight 7 36 

Newton, P. K., stationery 75 

Nichols, Nathan, livery hire. ... 10 00 

Nichols, W., blacksmithing 7 25 

Nickel Range Hotel, board of 

men 72 50 

Nipissing Laundry Co., Ltd., 

washing blankets 39 75 

Norris Shoe Co., repairing hel- 
met and goggles 2 70 

North Bay Garage, repairing 

motor 3 GO 

North Bav Nugget, stationery, 

etc .' 22 20 

Northern Canada Supply Co.,, 

Ltd.. stationery 23 35 

Northern Miner Press, printing 7 75 
Northern Ontario Light & Power 

Co., light 20 

O'Connor, F., services as la- 
bourer at 60c per hour 6 00 

Onarhe'm, S., blacksmithing. ... 26 85 

Ostlrr, G., telephone service. ... 10 00 

Owens, M., cartage 31 75 

Padden, Jas., cartage 7 00 

Papineau. J., liverv 35 00 

Paradis, C, washing blankets. . . 10 50 

Paradis, D., repairing canoe. ... 10 00 
Parrott Boat Co., repairing 

motor boat and storage 56 75 

Parry Sound Garage, livery hire 6 00 
Patton, T. J., rent of office and 

preparing lease 455 00 

Peerless Marine Motor Corp'n, 

repairing motor 416 

Peever, R. C, livery 246 75 

Pcllow, J. O., cartage 2 50 

Pembroke Business College, t^'pe- 

writing letters 14 65 

Pembroke Electric Light Co., 

Ltd.. light 8 79 

Pembroke Laundrv Cleaning & 

D\eing Co., washing blankets 20 57 
Pembroke Lumber Co., Ltd., 

board of men 106 45 

Pembroke Obscr^'^r. printing. . 10 00 
Peonle's Telegraph & Telephone 

Co., messasjes 43 60 

Pepin, L., cartage 75 



E26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Fire Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

Perrin & Marsh, cartage 18 50 

Perron, E., board of men 28 95 

Perry, Jos., laundry 5 25 

Perry, Jos., storage 10 00 

Petawavva Lumber Co., bags. . . 975 00 
Peterboro Canoe Co., Ltd., re- 
pairing canoes 33 75 

Philian, A., cartage 15 50 

Pickering, C. L., stationery and 

photo developing 29 95 

Pierson, T., hire of horses 25 00 

Pope Lumber Co., Ltd., board of 

men 13 00 

Porcupine Telephone Lines, Ltd., 

exchange service 2 90 

Port Arthur Public Utilities, 

water, 5.62; telephone ser- 
vice, 12.00; light, 12.00 29 62 

Porter & Co., rent of ofiftce 20 00 

Postmaster, rent of box, 1.00; 

postage, 1,072.46 1,073 46 

Potter, J. W., cartage 20 00 

Powassan Livery, cartage 27 38 

Pratt & Shanacy, cartage 4 00 

Prest-0-Lite of Canada, Ltd., 

repairs 4 40 

Prewer. \'. H., livery 140 10 

Price, Geo , hire of horse 120 00 

Proulx, D., cartage 6 50 

Provost, P., cartage 4 00 

Purvis, H., rent of warehouse. . 100 00 

Ouinn, F. A., stationery 1 40 

Quesnell, Mrs., board of men. . . 1 80 

Racicot, F., cartage 24 00 

Railway Y.M.C.A., board of 

men 1 95 65 

Rancier, Mrs. W., board of men 2 40 
Rashotte, F., auto repairs and 

storage of battery 184 01 

Raw, J. Frank, Ltd., blueprints 66 78 

Reid, Chas., livery hire 239 75 

Reynolds, A., cartage ". 37 00 

Rice Lake Canoe Co., Ltd., 

repairing canoes 592 41 

Richards, E. W., cartage 2 00 

Rioux, A., livery 8 00 

Rivet, Geo., board of men 78 00 

Robinson, jno., liver\- 57 00 

Robinson, R. S., rent of office. . 80 00 

Robinson, R. S., hire of horse . . 20 00 

Rodie, J. W., cartage 24 20 

Rodin, J. W., cartage 2 00 

Rothschild & Co., Ltd., office 

rent 858 75 

Rowlandson, Jn )., hire of horses 203 50 
Royal Bank, office rent, 541.00; 

exchange, 3.42 544 42 

Royal Hotel, board of men 6 00 

Russell Bros., storage of motor 

and truck repairs 44 48 

Ruttan, Balduc, Ltd., rent of 

storeroom and office 441 00 

St. Pierre, D., Jr., rent of office 

and storehouse 550 00 



Sault Business College, rent of 
typewriter 

-Sault Daily Star, printing 

Sault Ste. Marie, City of, light 

Sault Stationers, stationery. . . . 

-Savard, J. A., services and rent 
of typewriter 

Savard, L., cutting wood 

Selfs Garage, auto repairs 

Seno Sign Co., lettering door. . . 

Sequin, F., cartage 

Severy, G., hire of launch and 
barge 

Sewell, Mrs. P., washing blankets 

Scarfe, \V., livery 

Schmidt, W. G., office rent 

Scott, A., repairing engine 

Scott's Boat Livery, hire of boat 

Scroggie, W., gasoline 

Shankman, S., office rent 

Shannon, P. & J., cartage 

Sheedy, E., livery 

Shelden, J. E., livery 

.Sherwin, P., repairs to motor car 

Sidore, A. E., teaming, etc 

Sills Stationery Store, stationery 

Sinclair, A. \V., measuring tower 
site 

Smith, Geo., rent of auto 

Smith, G. W., stationery 

Smith, Mrs. L. E., repairing tents 

Soulier, J. J., service as cook at 
1.00 per day 

Spanish River Pulp & Paper 
Mills, meals for men and 
cartage 

Spanish River Lumber Co., cart- 
age, board of men and rent 
of tug 

Steele, G., board of men 

Stewart, Jas. A., board of men. . 

Strahan, J., office rent 

Strong Lumber Co., Ltd., board 
of men 

Sudbury Boat & Canoe Co., 
rent of motor boat 

Summers, W. J., use of team. . . 

Sundry persons, services ex- 
tinguishing fires 113 

Suszek, Frank, livery 

Suszek, Luonia, livery 

Sweeney, R. S., auto repairs. . . . 

Tait Bros., cartage 

Tarling Map Mfg. Co., mounting 
maps 

Ta>lor, E., blacksmithing 

Taylor, Geo., Hardware Co., 
Ltd., auto repairs 

T. & N. O. Ry., freight and rent 
of storehouse 1 

T. & N. O. Telegraph, messages 
and exchange 

T. & N. O. Telephone, messages 
and rental 



8 


25 


16 


50 


1 


07 


7 


75 


48 


00 


25 


00 


45 


58 


3 


GO 


16 


00 


29 


75 


7 


50 


18 


00 


15 


00 


152 


15 


52 


50 


49 


50 


15 


00 


5 


50 


17 


00 


42 


00 


7 


50 


63 


00 


1 


50 


2 


50 


140 


00 


13 


20 


10 


00 



5 00 

140 70 

250 50 

3 00 

29 70 

100 87 

113 34 

48 75 

15 20 

,943 66 

42 50 

304 25 

2 25 

16 00 

130 20 
1 50 

21 75 

,047 38 

88 96 

26 20 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E 27 



DEPARIMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Fire Ranging — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 

Temiskaming Telephone Co., 
Ltd., exch. tolls, etc 

Templeton, A., & Son, livery. . . 

Timmins Garage, auto repairs. . 

Tivilek, Chas., rent of canoe. . . . 

Tobical, H., rent of warehouse. . 

Tooke, X., cartage 

Trist, R., livery and cartage. . . . 

Turcotte, F., cartage 

Turcotte, J., cartage 

Turner, R., rent of tent and 
canoe 

Tweed Advocate, printing 

Upper Ottawa Improvement Co., 
Ltd., board of men 

Van Norman, V., cartage 

Veillent, A., livery 

Vickers, Jno., lease of lot 

Victoria Harbor Lumber Co., 
Ltd., cartage 

\'ictoria Hotel, board of men. . . 

Visseau, Mrs. P., board of men 

Waddell, W. H., cartage and 
labour at 75c per hour 

Walton, C. A., freight 

Ward, Mrs., repairing tent 

Watson, Jack & Co., repairing 
engine 

Watson, Robt., livery 

Watson, R. E., services a"s care- 
taker and hire of horse 



25 


55 


9 


GO 


18 


40 


24 


75 


40 


00 


10 


00 


21 


00 


13 


00 


2 


00 


8 


13 


25 


75 


8 


50 


3 


00 


92 


00 


10 


00 


1 


50 


27 


00 


102 


00 


38 


00 


18 


20 




75 


42 


44 


12 


00 



(4 00 



Webbwood Drug Store 

Webbwood Engineering, repair- 
ing engine 

Weeks & Hett, rent of store- 
house 

Wells, C. B., repairing chair, etc. 

Wells & Emmerson, auto repairs 

Wesley Transfer, cartage 

Wheeler, W. J., board of men. . . 

White, F., cartage 

White, Mrs. H., board of men. . 

White & Williams, legal fees. . . . 

Whitmore, D., use of car 

W'illiams, A. R., Machinery Co., 
Ltd., engine repairs 

Wilson, H. A., cartage 

Wilson, W., blacksmithing and 
livery 

Wilson, W. J., hire of horse. . . . 

Wilson Bros., blacksmithing and 
motor car repairs 

Wood, S. D., cartage 

Woodside Bros., repairing shaft 
and engine 

Woon, R., cartage 

Wrenn, I., cartage 

World Baggage & Dray Co., 
cartage 

Wright Motor Supply, auto 
repairs 

Wyles Bros., washing car 

Yandeau, ( artage 





25 


12 


82 


50 


00 


2 


35 


6 


95 


4 


50 


38 


30 


3 


25 


8 


00 


18 


00 


384 


54 


17 


04 


1 


50 


31 


80 


176 


75 



23 53 
6 00 



12 


10 


7 


00 


2 


25 




50 


16 


45 


1 


50 


5 


00 



Cullers' Act ($116.10) 



German, W. B., travelling expenses 16 50 
McCaw, J. G., " " 24 3) 

MacDonald, S. C. " " 25 03 



McNab, A. D., travelling expenses 
Whelan. P. J. " " 



28 00 
22 30 



Surveys ($168,277.80) 
Abitibi River, Township Outlines 



Speight & \'an Xostrand, services 

as surveyors at 90.00 per mile 9,967 07 
Less accountable, 1921-22 7,492 50 



2,474 57 



Sutcliflfe & Neelands, services as 

surveyors at 90.00 per mile . . . 

Less accountable, 1921-22 



Accountable, 1922-23 



Abitibi River Traverse 



Kenncy, C. R., services as survevor 

at 15.00 per diem 3,496 00 

Pay list, wages of men 2,005 50 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 354 22 



Rent of camp outfit 



Less accountable, 1921-22 



Alexandra Town Plot 



Summers, G. F., accountable. 



7,822 39 

5,700 00 

2,122 39 

6,075 00 

8,197 39 



166 25 

6,021 97 
2,950 00 

3,071 97 



100 00 



E 28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Surveys — Continued 

Algoma District, Townsfiip Outlines 

Accountable, 1922-23 7,450 00 



Beatty, H. J., services as surv'eyor 

at 90.00 per mile 11,395 35 

Less accountable, 1921-22 7,237 50 



11,607 85 



4,157 85 
Canoe and Snake Lake 
Wilkins, C. H., accountable, 1922-23 2,940 00 



Coclirane District, Townsliip of Horning 

Angus, G. R., accountable, 1922-23 



2,350 00 



Dobie, J. S., services as surveyor 

at 20.00 per mile 12,816 00 

Less accountable, 1921-22 8,600 00 



English River and Islands Traverse 

Accountable, 1922-23. 



8,000 00 
12,216 00 



4,216 00 



Inspection 



Fitton, C. E., services as surveyor 

at 15.00 per diem 4,275 00 

Trav. expenses 1,251 46 

Rent of camp outfit 29 12 



American Tent & Awning Co., 
pack sacks, etc 

Benger, G., supplies 

Central Mfg. Co., pack sheet. . . 

Cote, A., supplies 

Cragg, Jno., supplies 

Curly, L., repairing pack sacks. . 

Dragancff, S., supplies 

Dunn Hardware Co., hardware 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., canoe, tow- 
elling, etc 

Edwards, H., supplies 

Fowler Hardware Co., hardware 

Gaulka, G., supplies 

George, W. C, fly oil 

Heyworth, A. F., paint ........ 

Hudson's Bay Co., supplies. . . . 

Humphrey, D. S., repairing canoe, 
etc 



5,555 


58 


16 


20 


122 


27 


2 


60 


12 


95 


32 


15 




55 


15 


65 


; 28 


65 


117 


28 


4 


75 


29 


75 


4 


99 


1 


75 


3 


10 


33 


45 



Johnson, Oh, supplies 

Labbe, A., tin plates 

Lewis, E. G., supplies 

McLeod, Wm., supplies 

MarksClavet-Dobii Co., pack 

strap, etc 

Maskod, Pete,- supplies 

Mattagami Pulp & Paper Co., 

supplies 

Pay list, wages of men 

Pratt «& Shanacy, supplies 

Roney Bros., supplies 

Saturley & Bushell, pails, etc. . . 

Shannon, P. & G., supplies 

Wells & Emerson Hardware Co., 

hardware 

Wilson, C. E., supplies 

Wilson & Greenwood, supplies. . 
Woods Mfg. Co., tarpaulin 



16 


87 




75 


5 


05 


64 43 


8 


95 


6 


00 


59 


95 


2,627 


15 


57 


22 


15 


S3 


3 


50 


26 


96 


7 


70 


36 


25 


231 


30 



7 36 



Less accountable, 1921-22 



9,157 44 
3,496 00 

5,661 44 



50 



Kenora Districts, Wabigoon Shores Traverse 



Kirkup, R. S., services as surveyor 

at 20.00 per mile 6,387 20 



Less accountable, 1921-22 2,700 00 



3,687 20 



Kablnagakami Lake Traverse 



Coltham, J. T., accountable 

1922-23 3,000 00 



Code, T. G., accountable, 1922-23 2,160 00 



Gillon, D. J., services as surveyor 

at 20.00 per mile 10,644 70 



Lake of the Woods, Island and Shore Lines 

Less accountable, 1921-22 



4,800 00 
5.844 70 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 29 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Surveys — Continu ed 

Long Point Park 

Speight & Van Nostrand, services surveying Long Point Park 638 64 

Mattagaml River Township Outlines 

Speight & Van Nostrand, services as surveyors at 90.00 per mile 9,722 93 

Metliuen Townsliip 

Wilkins, C. H., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 1,900 00 

at 15.00 per diem 2,100 00 

Pay list, wages of men 1,252 75 1,581 35 

Transport and trav. expenses.. . 128 60 

3,481 35 

Minnietaliie Lalce 

Kirkup, R. S., accountable, 1922-23 ; 3,000 00 

Misslssaga River, Algoma District 

Patten, T. J., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 3,099 00 

at 15.00 per diem 3,710 00 

Pay list, wages of men 4,412 04 5,442 50 

Transport and trav. expenses.. . 238 81 

Rent of camp outfit 180 65 

8,541 50 

Moose River Traverse 

Kenney, C. R., accountable, 1922-23 4,160 CO 

Murcliison Townsliip, Nipissing District 

Morris, J. L., services as surveyor Transport and trav. expenses.. . 145 95 

at 15.00 per diem 360 00 

Pay list, wages of men 146 25 652 20 

Ontario and Manitoba Boundary Commission 

Pierce, J. W., services as surveyor Less half share paid by Dominion 

at 15.00 per diem 6,77.2 50 Government 17,007 86 



Ration allowance 6,335 40 

Pay list, wages of men 16,152 50 

Transport and trav. expenses.. . 4,449 40 

Miscellaneous expenses 305 91 



Pay list, wages of'men.'.! ' .'. .. . 16', 152 50 17,007 85 

Transport and trav. expenses.. . 4,449 40 Less half share sale of equipment 148 80 

16,859 05 



34,015 71 Less accountable, 1921-22 12,900 GO 

3,959 05 
Ontario and Quebec Boundary Line 

Wilkie, E. T., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 1,400 00 

at 15.00 per diem 945 00 , 

Transport and trav. expenses.. . 380 90 548 90 

Pay list, wages of men 623 00 

1,948 90 

Pine Island 

Ross, K. G., services as surveyor ' Pay list, wages of men 305 00 

at 15.00 per diem 315 00 -— — 

Transport and trav. expenses .. . 125 77 745 77 



E30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Surveys — Continued 

Prcsqu'ile Park 

Gibson, M. M., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 600 00 

at 15.00 per diem 672 00 

Transport and trav. expenses .. . 536 91 805 91 

Pay list, wages of men 197 00 



1,405 91 



Rainy River District 

GiUon, D. J., accountable 8,C00 00 

Rama Island 

Fitton, C. E., services as surveyor Transport and tra\\ expenses. . . 145 33 

at 15.00 per diem 540 00 

Pay list, wages of men 133 50 818 83 

Reuben Lake and other Lakes Traverse, Nipissing District 

Code, T. G., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 800 00 

at 15.00 per diem 1,185 00 

Pay list wages of men 1,166 81 1,583 81 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 32 00 



2,383 81 



Severn River 



Coltham, J. T., services as surve^•or Less accountable, 1921-22 1,818 80 

at 15.00 per diem '.. 1,890 00 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 166 20 2,364 15 

Pay list, wages of men 2,025 50 

Rent of camp outfit 101 25 



4,182 ^5 



Sudbury District, Mongowin Township 

Patton, T. J., accountable, 1922-23 1,000 00 

Sudbury District, Timber Lines 

Gill, J. R., services as survevor at Rent of camp outfit 122 00 

15.00 per diem " 1,021 25 

Pay list, wages of men 1,226 00 2,463 05 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 93 8& 

Sudbury District, Township 9 Z 

Mooney, L., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 500 00 

at 15.00 per diem 285 00 

Pay list, wages of men 380 00 377 43 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 212 43 ' . 



877 43 

Sudbury Township, 44 Meridian Line, along the C. P. R. 

Gallagher, C. V., services surveying accountable, 1922-23 6,100 00 

at 85.00 per mile 7,448 89 

Less accountable, 1921-22 4,016 00 9,532 89 

3,432 89 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E31 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Surveys — ^Continued 

Sudbury Townships, along the C. P. R. 

McAuslan, Anderson & Moore, accountable, 1922-23 6,050 00 

services surveying at 85.00 per 

mile 7,857 23 8,117 23 

Less accountable, 1921-22 5,790 00 

2,067 23 

Sudbury Township Outlines 

Fitzgerald, J. W., services survev- accountable, 1922-23 6,370 00 

ing at 85.00 per mile 8,004 80 — 

Less accountable, 1921-22 6,120 00 8,254 80 

1,884 80 

Temagami Forest Reserve 

Mooney & Gill, services surveying Less accountable, 1921-22 3,000 00 

at 85.00 per mile 5,238 00 

2,238 GO 
Temaskaming, Blount Township 

Angus, G. P., services as surveyor Less accountable, 1921-22 1,000 00 

at 15.00 per diem 810 00 

Ration allowance 256 00 922 70 

Pay list, wages of men 588 00 

Transport and trav. expenses. . . 228 70 

Rent of camp equipment 40 00 

1.922 70 



Thunder Bay Base and Meridian Line 



Phillips & Benner, services survev- 

ingat 95.00 per mile '.19, 590 "63 

Less accountable, 1921-22 6,207 50 



Ross, K. G., services surveving at 

95.00 per mile ' 10,633 27 

Less accountable, 1921-22 7,973 50 



13,383 13 



Accountable, 1922-23. 



Upper English and Sturgeon River, Water Power Possibilities 

Transport and trav. expenses. 



Lang & Ross, services as surveyors 

at 15.00 per diem .' . . . 810 00 

Pay list, wages of men 541 SO 



2,659 77 
7,267 50 

9,927 27 

918 47 
2,269 97 



Miscellaneous 



Architectural Bronze & Iron Works, 

survey post tops 500 00 

Bolton, E. D., services surveying 
summer resort. Lake Huron, at 
16.00 per diem, 496.00; wages of 
men, 270.00; transportation and 
trav. expenses, 37.35 803 35 

Dean, E. M., board of men, Severn 
Falls Park Reserve 117 62 

Dean, Wm., board of men, Severn 

Falls Park Reserve 47 50 

Kirkup, R. S., services as surveyor 
at 15.00 per diem, subdividing 
Islands in Wabigoon Lakes 184 50 

8 P.A. 



McDowall, R., services surveying 
subdivision, Squaw Point 

Richardson, R. E., service chain- 
man, Matchedash township 

Ross, K. G., services surveying al 
15.00 per diem. Island Lake 
township, Aweres, 165.00; trans- 
portation and travelling, 52.00; 
pay list, 117.00; rent camp outfit, 
9.00 

Shay, G. W., services as chain man 

SteWart, L. D. N., travelling ex- 
penses 

Summers, G. T., services surveying 
Kittson township at 15.00 per 
diem 



99 65 



12 00 



343 00 
15 00 

133 55 



200 00 



E 32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Reforestation ($214,547.12) 



G. M. Dallvn Forester. 

W. A. Delahey " 

R. N. Johnson " 

P. McEwan " 

A.H.Richardson " 

Pay lists, wages of men 



12 months 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 



2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
119.914 56 



Travelling Expenses 

Button, \V 

Courtnage, R. A., 1,030.88; ac- 
countable, 130.03 . 

Dallvn, ( "t. M., accountable 

Faul'l.J.H 

Howard, C.J 

Howe, C. D., 53.90; account- 
able, 200.00 

Irvin, C. N 

Lane, G. R 

Linton, G. M 

McEwen, P 

McLav, A. B 

McMaster, W. D 

Marritt, L C., 245.78; account- 
able, 24.13 

Newman, F. S 

Reid, L. H 

Richardson, A. H 

Sharpe, J. F 

Stewart, K. A 

White, J. H 

Zavitz, E. J 

Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. 

Adams & V'anDusen 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., Ltd. . 

Akey, B 

Allison, J. H 

Allison, J. T 

American Tent and Awning Co. 

Armstrong, C. G 

Armstrong Motors 

Art Metropole 

Ball Planing Mill Co 

Barrett Co., Ltd 

Barrett, W 

Barrie Motor Car Co 

Barrie Planing Mill 

Barringer, H 

Barron, H ' 

Bartley, J. A. . 

Bavistock, J . . . 

Baxter, E 

Beattie Bros., Ltd 

Belrose, F. M 

Benham, W. A 

Blakeley, J 

Bloomfield Garage 

Boeck Co., Ltd 

Brenkert Light Projection Co.. . 

Brennen, W. L 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd 

Brown, E. G 

Br. wn & Co 

Bryans, Geo. M 

Buchanan, J 



Buck, J. L 2 50 

83 05 Buck.ey, L 2 00 

Burr, 1' 17 50 

1,160 91 Campbell, S. C 47 71 

200 00 Can. General Ele.-tric Co 98 58 

216 47 Can. General Lumber Co 910 82 

103 02 Can. Laboratory Supplies, Ltd. . 2 30 

Carson, E 30 00 

253 90 Carson, Mrs. T 66 00 

10183 Carter, Bros 128 30 

525 87 Carveth, h. R 135 95 

372 91 Chapman, A 11 90 

200 00 Clealand, A 44 05 

93 07 Cleary, C 4 00 

199 48 Cleave, C 75 25 

Clements, T 34 65 

269 91 Cole, G. F 6 00 

122 02 Conger, D 2 75 

257 00 Connor, J., Co., Ltd 169 91 

947 76 Cook, H 14 40 

184 65 Cook, \V. M 29 10 

100 00 Copeland, G., & Sons 69 94 

27 95 Cox, Mrs. G. F 13 80 

480 il Cox, S. J 15 00 

Cripps, H 6 00 

Crosbv, R 8 10 

4160 Davey, W. E 27 50 

120 Davidson, Wm 195 23 

42 50 Da^•ton, W. H 23 00 

24 00 Dease, B 65 00 

7 20 Dedri -k, A. S 63 32 

615 73 Degriff, W. H., & Sons 0170 

91 45 De Mikes Electric Fine Arts.. . . -5 

1,431 99 Dennis, A 6 

26 00 Dominion Glass Co 190 15 

2,092 00 Downev, W 10 00 

■28 91 Drummond, McCall & Co 5 66 

190 Drvsbrough, A. S 47 02 

64 53 Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 7 50 

2,565 30 Edgar, R.J 1 05 

182 9S Edwards, J. G., & Co 1 00 

326 59 Flynn, C. W 33 84 

65 49 Fogg, Geo 7 15 

6 25 Foster Hardware 1,046 58 

12 50 Foyston, A 20 71 

916 10 Fraver, R. W 45 00 

1 00 Freeman, J. C 74 84 

20 00 Frost Steel & Wire Co 1,570 55 

13 75 Gait, Jno 22 00 

15 50 Gamble, P. J 95 00 

36 30 Gamsbv, L. A 4115 

125 00 Gamsbv, 1 20 

39 34 Gilfillan, Jno. J 117 55 

142 93 Goodvear Tire & Rubber Co.. . . 74 77 

53 00 Goold, Shaplev&MuirCo.,Ltd. 1,205 65 

501 45 Grant, Holden, Graham, Ltd. . . 92 40 

42 00 Gunn, R. E 237 75 

52 00 Gurney Foundry Co 19 20 



00 
30 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E 33 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Reforestation — Continued 



Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. — Continued 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd. 7 94 

Hadden, C. E 277 38 

Haight, W 32 50 

Hall Adams, Ltd 8 85 

Hall, E 3 50 

Hall, J 20 00 

Hall, W. J 30 00 

Halliday, Geo 54 80 

Handy, J 34 00 

Hatton, W. H 293 92 

Henry, F 6 00 

Henry, J., & Son 912 66 

Heskett, F 272 46 

Hill, F 7 00 

Hogg & Lytle, Ltd 97 20 

Holland, J. H 117 45 

Homer White & Co 86 83 

Hooper, Jas., & Son 50 00 

Hoskin, A 25 25 

Howard, C J., Jr 37 00 

Howev, W 360 65 

Howland, H. S., Son & Co., Ltd. 42 34 

Hubbard's Hardware 1,814 10 

Huff, F 11 25 

Hurlburt Shoe Co 14 20 

Huckling, R. N 102 06 

Hyatt, C 12 00 

Hyatt, B 3 50 

Hy tt, K 8 40 

Hyatt & Hart 295 97 

Hyde, F 10 00 

Imrie & Winthorpe 140 50 

Imperial Oil, Ltd 119 89 

Instruments, Ltd 296 90 

Jackson, E 65 00 

Jewell, W. H 1,487 80 

Johnson, F. E., & Co 677 53 

Johnson, J. L 18 00 

Junker, H 10 00 

Kavanagh, E 178 15 

Keech, A 43 50 

Kleinstuber, C 96 00 

Kleinstuber, M 28 00 

Knapp, W. J 10 00 

Kolopsky, B 2 75 

Laidlaw, P., Lumber Co 132 30 

Lake, A. J 93 45 

Lane, G. R 1 85 

Laurentide Co., Ltd 360 00 

Lawson, M. J 23 90 

Lee, J. T. B 318 81 

Lee, L. S 16 00 

Leedham 195 75 

Lem Bros 24 35 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd 152 06 

Limon, G. E 12 00 

Long, P 5 00 

Lowe, W. A., & Son 6 50 

Lundy, A. R • 48 50 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd 34 25 

Lyons, L 18 82 

McCall, M 27 92 

McClarv Mfg. Co 6 77 

McCair& Co 8,527 66 



McCaw, J. H 692 50 

McCaw, T. R 128 45 

McGinnes, J. P 12 78 

McLean's ( arage 47 90 

McClelland & Co 981 42 

Mclvor Bros 20 00 

McLaughlin, Leo 91 50 

McLaughlin, J. A 209 29 

McLeod, J. J 4 00 

McDonald, A 8 00 

McKnight & Newton 39 60 

McMachon, W 2 75 

McConnell, H 28 50 

McQuaid, S 31 01 

McLean S 7 GO 

Macdonald, H. G 1,393 40 

MacDougall, A 6 00 

MacVeen, H ^5 00 

Mapes Garage 73 30 

Marchmont Co., Ltd 14 00 

Markland, F 20 00 

Martin, J. H 244 96 

Massey-Harris Co 1,843 57 

Mastin, T 12 50 

Maw Bros 30 45 

Mayne, G 67 00 

Merrill & Hubbard 317 71 

Minnikin, W. D 93 00 

Moffatt, A 768 07 

Moore & Cheaney 84 18 

Morris & Son 42 50 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co. . 46 64 

Muir, Geo 12 55 

Muir, Jno 19 70 

Muir, R 50 

Mullms, C. C 40 00 

Murphy, T 62 00 

New Garage 2 20 

Noden, W. J 7 70 

O'Neil, Buckley 125 00 

Ontario Fertilizer, Ltd 23 50 

Otton Hardware 585 26 

Palmatier, J 24 00 

Pedlar People, Ltd 1,004 83 

Perry, Geo 18 00 

Picton Garage 5 00 

Pierson, J. C 8 00 

Port Rowan Brick and Tile Co. . 173 40 

Potter, C 4 00 

Powerson, M.J 1 00 

Pratt, Wm. H 169 12 

Prelipp, H. F 108 15 

Price, Geo 36 00 

Queen Citv Plate Glass Co 14 29 

Rake, A. J 17 24 

Rankin, B 162 00 

Rarmer, Jas 9 00 

Ravin, H. M 283 43 

Reed, J 16 50 

Rennie, Wm., Co 2 50 

Richardson, M. F 234 74 

Richardson, W 79 65 

Reid, T. H., Co 16 73 

Rock, T. D 101 55 

Rogers, E 15 00 



E 34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Reforestation — Continued 



Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. — Continued 

Rogers Electric Co 133 

Ronald, A., & Co 3 05 

Russell, W 12 00 

Sargeant Co 2/3 35 

Scott, J. G 702 85 

Sheet Metal Products 44 00 

Siices, L. \ 140 00 

Sills, VV. C 5 00 

Simmons, L 95 00 

Scriven, D. L.. 5 80 

Skinner Irrigation Co 37 72 

Smith Bros 75 00 

Smith, H 19 10 

Smith, J. A.,& Co 60 00 

Spanish River Pulp and Paper 

Mills, Ltd....^ 60 00 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co 4 75 

Spence, Jas 12 00 

Spence, A. H 60 00 

Spence, W. E 20 25 

Spring, H 400 00 

Staples, A. J 7 00 

Stalker. J 121 52 

Stark, J S3 60 

Steele, Haggs Seed Co 256 10 

Stephens, G. A 69 75 

Stewart, H 19 00 

Stone, W. F 23 65 

Stritton, C „^-^ 20 

Sturgeons, Ltd 755 30 

Suddard, P _ ^2 00 

Sundry persons, pine cones. .... 5,478 25 

Tarbrush, H. L 190 00 

Taylor, L 18 55 

Thomson, J. D 15 00 

Thompson, J 39 00 

Thompson & Xorris Co 256 84 

Titmus, \Vm 41 50 

Toronto Iron Works, Ltd 210 00 

Vandewater, P 30 00 

Walker Hardware Co 2 00 

Walter, W. J 3 00 

Wansby, J " 7 75 

Watson, John, Mfg. Co., Ltd. . . 1 55 

Watt Bros. Seed Co 80 00 

Wattie, C 82 00 

Webster, J. H 5 00 

Whattam, A. C 182 00 

Willoughby, H 5 40 

Wingrove, F 40 75 

Wilson, A 40 00 

Woods Mfg. Co 1,092 58 

Woodward, Chas 109 97 

Workman, C. A 110 00 

Worrod, E 46 39 

Wright, M 5 00 

Wrignt, S 12 00 

Wright, W. A 3 00 

Young, M 85 50 

Purchase of Properties 

Boys & Murchison, accountable. 275 00 

Conger, D 377 00 

McDonald, B. & A 315 00 



Options on Properties 

Pierce, J 4 00 

Whitney, F. G 5 00 

Miscellaneous 

Addison, W. I., liverv 28 50 

Allison, M. R., legal fees 215 37 

Ardagh, A. G., survey . 112 50 

Armstrong Motors, Ltd., supplies 127 49 

Arrow Publishing House, advtg. 8 50 

Atkins, H., blacksmithing 124 11 

Balcomb, T., manure 36 00 

Barrie-Angus Telephone Co. ... 11 65 
Barrie Examiner, advertising. . . 18 90 
Barrie Motor Car Co., auto sup- 
plies _. .... 22 57 

Barron, H., plumoing repairs. . . 12 35 
Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

40.24; rent, 64.17 '. . . 104 41 

Bevins, W. H., stationery 70 

Boal, J. K., auto repairs 25 06 

Boys & Murchison, registry of 

deeds, searching titles, etc. . . 246 70 

Brown, G. A., vetermary services 1 00 

Buck, J. L., manure 70 00 

Burton, J. H., electric wiring. . . 84 85 
Bushnell's School of Showcard 
Writing, lettering title for 

booklet 14 75 

Calcus Co., adding machine. ... 17 50 

Canadian Customs, duty 75 05 

Can. Nat. Express, charges. . . . 1,254 41 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 723 75 

Can. Nat. Telegraphs 8 45 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 59 03 

Carpenter, F., wiring house 75 00 

Chalifour, A., completing draw- 
ings, etc 1,482 00 

Clelland, Alex., blacksmithing. . 6 50 

Cliffe Printing Co., advertising. 6 80 

Cooper, F., cartage 1 25 

Cooper, F. L., lathing at 75c. 

per hour 54 00 

Coughlin, J. J., horse 180 00 

Cox & Andrews, signs 9 00 

Cridland, F., cartage 36 00 

Cuff, E. A., harness and repairs. 256 75 

Cutten & Foster, auto supplies. 100 00 

Davidson, A., blacksmithing. . . 21 20 

Dayton, W. H., book cabinet. . . 34 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 229 77 

Dunn, John, veterinary services. 23 25 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., blank books 1 05 

Eganville Leader, advertising... 9 90 

Ferris, C, cartage 20 00 

Ferris, R., manure 24 00 

Fisher, Thos., cartage 87 80 

Flos Telephone System, mess- 
ages '. 19 55 

Floyd, J., cartage 6 00 

Eraser, D., livery hire 20 00 

Fullerton Pub. Co., printing. ... 1 85 

Gamsby, Mrs. D., rent 324 00 

Gamsby, L. A., wallpaper and 

decorating 65 56 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E3S 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Reforestation- 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

Giester, B., launch hire 18 00 

Gilfillan, J. J., sundries 4 30 

G. T. Ry., freight 53 27 

Grant, T. A., repairs 1 00 

Greig & Hummell, cartage 4 90 

Griffin Sadler, auto supplies. ... U 50 

Gunthier, A., water 4 20 

Hall, F. J., rent cement mi.Ker. . 41 84 

* Hallidays Co., blue print 5 00 

Hammond, Jas., cartage 30 50 

Hardy, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., photo 

mounts 2 70 

Harper, G. R., painting and dec- 
orating 567 44 

Hayes, W., cartage 1 00 

Hepburn, J., services at 25c. per 

hour 10 00 

Heskett, F. O., auto repairs, etc. 402 75 

Hicks & Irvine, office chair 14 75 

Holgate, S. A., & Son, lime 33 00 

Hoover, E. A., cartage 4 00 

Horton, C, manure 74 00 

Housie, R. C, analysing soil. ... 30 00 

Howard, C. J., blacksmithing. . . 1 50 

Hutchijison, Chas., manure 46 00 

■ Imries' Garage, rent 18 00 

Instruments, Ltd., blue prints, 

etc 52 02 

Jewell, W. H., auto supplies and 

repairs 279 47 

Johnson, W. F., photo supplies. 4 30 

Jones, J., cartage 315 29 

K. S. Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 

tires and tubes 43 48 

Kalbfleisch, E. S., cartage 1 00 

King George Garage, repairs. ... 75 
King's Printer, stationery and 

printing 2,790 63 

Kirkpatrick, A., cartage 8 00 

Laing, C. G., blacksmithing. ... 2 40 
Lockhart's Camera Exchange, 

camera 30 00 

Long, J. B., livery 19 50 

Lovelace, J. M., cartage 5 80 

Lowe, W. A., & Son, office fur- 
niture 57 50 

Lynton, R., rent water tank. ... 20 00 
McCutcheon, O. R., painting and 

decorating 171 00 

McDonald, N., sawing wood. .. . 21 40 
McLaughlin Motor Car Co., 

Ltd., auto supplies. 109 55 

McLeans' Garage, auto supplies 

and repairs 105 87 

Marchment Co., Ltd., manure. . 2,638 38 
Meaford Mirror, advertising.. . . 6 80 
Might Directories, Ltd., multi- 
graphing 2 80 

Moore, T., manure 115 00 

Muskoka Wood Mfg. Co., wax- 
ing log 5 50 

Noden, J., blacksmithing 12 7-0 

Norman, Wm., cartage 30 

Ottawa Printing Co., Ltd., ptg. 5 50 



-Continued 

Orono News, advertising 4 35 

Paddon, Jas., cartage 75 

Parmatier, J., cartage 4 00 

Pembroke Standard, advertising 11 90 

Petry, W. F., map cases 240 00 

Phelpston Garage, auto supplies. 2 40 

Picton Times, advertising 4 30 

Postmaster, postage 118 35 

Presbyterian Publications, lan- 
tern slides 89 90 

Ramsay, J. G., & Co., photo 

supplies 474 12 

Raw, J. Frank, Ltd., blue prints, 

negatives, etc 255 42 

Rawlinson, M., Ltd., cartage. . . 1 00 
Reeder, J., services at 30c. per 

hour 6 00 

Registrar, County of Simcoe, 

searches 1 13 

Registrar, City of Toronto, copy 

of will 3 00 

Richardson, H. O., cartage 15 00 

Richardson, P. L., three horses. 425 00 

Richardson, W. F., manure 118 62 

Sam Bros., laundry 8 60 

Sanderson, R. J., registration fees 1 43 

Sargeant & King, photo supplies 2 60 

Scott, W., stationery 3 40 

Shaw, E., cartage 15 00 

Shelley, D., services as cook at 

3.50 per day 101 50 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., bulbs. .... 19 95 
Smith, H., photo developing and 

printing 4 27 

Snubbers, G., auto supplies 25 50 

South Norfolk Telephone Co., 

Ltd., rent, 33.00; messages 

8.20 ._ 41 20 

Stalker, M., repairs 4 35 

Stark, H. S., blacksmithing. . , 26 10 
Students' Book Dept. (U. of T.), 

books 10 00 

Sundry Persons, seed 93 00 

Sundries, stationery, etc 1 00 

Sutherty, J. E., cartage 3 00 

Tarling Map Mounting Co., 

mounting maps 29 85 

Thornton, E. J., sawing lumber. 17 70 

Times Printing Co., advertising. 10 88 

Titmus, W., manure 61 50 

Topsy, J., manure 45 00 

Toronto Auto Accessories, Ltd., 

auto supplies 4 48 

Toronto Battery Service, re- 
charging batteries 12 75 

Tracy, Geo. T., manure 112 50 

Tweed Times, advertising 6 80 

Tyndal, C, rent 5 00 

Unger, L. A., cartage and rent of 

lands 302 31 

Waddell, R. R., & Co., legal fees 

re purchase of land 221 20 

Wallace, E., cartage 50 

Watts, Mrs. J. A., board of men. 21 00 

Williams, C, manure 112 00 



E36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Reforestation — Continued 



Miscellaneous. — Continued 

Williams, J. C, photos 

Wiliys-Overland, Ltd., auto re- 
pairs 

Wilson, S., manure 



Women's Institute, catering re 

2 40 Forestry Conference 105 00 

Worrod, E., cartage 8 00 

57 45 Wright's Drug Store, stationery. 80 

190 00 Young, M., rent of wagon 6 00 



Allowance to School Section in Township of South Walsingham ($300.00) 

Walsingham, South, Township, Treasurer of 300 00 



Canadian Forestry Association., 



Grants ($10,000.00) 

3,000 00 Empire Forestry Conference 7,000 00 



Toward Payment Commutation Volunteer Veterans' Land Grants ($1,000.00) 

50 00 



Burke, W. J., certificate Xo. 615.. 

Davis, John C, certificate No. 

13,374 _ 50 00 

Gardner, W. A., certificates Xos. 

1,930, 6,897, 7,028, 8,353 200 00 

Gardner Bros., certificates Nos. 

3,716, 8,482 100 00 

Mahaftv, Mrs. J. S., certificate 
No. 12,261 

Mole, Chas. E., certificate No. 276 

Mulholland, Fred. A., certificate 
No. 11,241 . 

National Trust Company, certifi- 
cate No. 1,018 ' 



Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., build- 
ings at St. Williams 

British American Assurance Co., 
camp equipment 

British Northwestern Fire Insur- 
ance Co., fire ranging equipment 

Canada National Fire Insurance 
Co., camp equipment 

Dominion of Canada Guarantee 
and Accident Insurance Co., 
motor car " 

Dominion Fire Insurance Co., 
building at Orono 

Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance 
Co., fire ranging outfit 

Guardian Insurance Company of 
Canada, boat "Sham.rock" 

Hudson Bay Insurance Co., build- 
ings at St. Williams 

London Mutual Insurance Co., 
contents of building at Fort 
Frances, 48.00; tools and equip- 
ment at Sudbury, 36.75 

Pilerchants Fire Insurance Co., 
oftice furniture at Tweed 

Motor Union Fire Insurance Co., 
Limited, automobile 

Mount Royal Fire Insurance Co., 
buildings at Orono 

Mutual, residence at Midhurst 
Forest Station 

North Empire Insurance Co., on 
launch, "Ranger 11" 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


20 


00 


3S 


60 


108 


99 


20 


00 


79 


22 


41 


00 


112 


00 


65 


00 


18 


75 


84 


75 


27 


00 


33 


00 


27 


00 


19 


50 


122 


50 



Noble, Mrs. Lillian, certificate No. 

1,420 

Pope, Carrie W., certificate No. 

13,983 

Porter, A. S., M.D., certificate 

No. 10,842 

Sharpe, Phillip, certificate No. 

13,852 

Squires, Mrs. Emma, certificates 

Nos. 1,637, 10,859 

Wallbridge, Wm. H., certificates 

Nos. 263, 9,357 

($1,785.57) 

Northern Assurance Co., launch. 



Noya Scotia Assurance Co., build- 
ings at Algonquin Park, 45.00; 
contents of buildings, Whitney, 
40.00. 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Cor- 
poration, Rondeau Park property 

Palatine Insurance Co., Limited, 
building and contents at Fort 
Frances 

Patriotic Assurance Company, 
Limited, fire ranging equipment. 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co. 
buildings at Oba and Gogama. . 

Queen Insurance Company of Am- 
erica, buildings, Midhurst Forest 
Station 

Royal Exchange Assurance Co., 
fire ranging outfit 

Royal Insurance. Company, Lim- 
ited, office building, Nipigon, 
20.00; office furniture at Fort 
Fort Frances, 11.25 

Scottish Metropolitan Assurance 
Company, Limited, fire ranging 
equipment 

Sun Insurance Company, ware- 
house at Cochrane 

Union Fire Insurance Co., camp 
equipment 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 
100 00 

45 00 



85 


00 


281 


57 


63 


36 


163 


80 


94 


50 


53 


00 


13 


80 



31 25 

20 28 
98 40 
18 30 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E37 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Moving Expenses of Officers and Officials ($379.25) 

Legris, J. P., from Kenora to Port Turnbull, J. F., from Tweed to 

Arthur 186 45 North Bay 192 80 

Litigation of Constitutional and other Questions ($18,047.93) 

Couzet, G. M., preparation of re- lin-CIarke action, 255.00; travel- 
port re Quetico Park timber in- ling expenses, 157.80 412 80 

vestigation, Shevlin-CIarke action 360 00 Rowell, Hon. N. W., legal services 

Gamble, George H., services re tim- re Shevlin-CIarke action 9,200 00 

ber investigation at 25.00 per Watson, J. P., expenses re Fitz- 

diem, 100.00; travelling ex- patrick trial 456 27 

penses, 100.35 200 35 Winegar, B. M., service^ as forest 

Harding and Hanley, legal services expert re Shevlin-CIarke action, 

re Shevlin-CIarke action 3,500 00 3,000.00; travelling expenses, 

Henderson, L. E., services as forest 918.51 3,918 51 

expert at 15.00 per diem, Shev- 



Commissions re Sundry 
Timber Investigation 

Clark, McPherson, Campbell & 

Jarvis, legal fees 3,928 49 

Harbinson and Allen, audit fees, re 
books of Dept. of Lands and 
Forests, 1,711.42; re Spanish 
River Lumber Co., 250.71 1,962 13 

Latchford, Hon. Justice F. R., ser- 
vices 10,000 00 

Nield, E., services as Secretary and 

Registrar to Timber Commission 200 00 

Riddell, Hon. Justice W. R., ser- 
vices 10,000 00 

Roebuck, A. W., K.C., legal ser- 
vices re timber enquiry, 1,447.20; 
re Pembroke Tie and Timber Co., 
Ltd., 275.40; re Spanish River 
Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd., 

126.84 1,849 44 

less advance, 1922.. . . 304 68 

1,544 76 

Wylie, B. M., services and expenses 209 00 



Investigations ($28,518.90) 

Bon Echo Road Investigation 

Foot, Edward C, reporting and 

copies of proceedings 147 20 

Garihan, E. L., witness fees and 

expenses 92 01 

Head, Wm., witness fees and ex- 
penses 41 30 

Kellar, John E., witness fees and 

expenses 41 90 

Levere, George, witness fees and 

expenses 33 30 

Meeks, Jan, witness fees and ex- 
penses 33 30 

Waldron, Gordon, K.C., legal fees 250 21 

Wheeler, .S. A., witness fees and ex- 
penses 35 30 



Purchase and Maintenance of Automobiles and Other Vehicles ($2,904.51) 

Dingwall Garage: Less all'ce on used car 225 00 

Automobile 602 93 _ 1,026 58 

Less allowance on used Willy's Overland, Limited : 

car 250 00 Automobile 2,050 00 

352 93 Less all'ce on used. car 525 00 

McLaughlin Motor Car Co.: 1,525 00 

Automobile 1,251 58 



Clearing Townsites 

Anderson, F., travelling expenses. . 
Beveridge, J., " " 

Bickle Fire Engine Co., pumping 

engine 

Bouchey, A. C, travelling expenses 
Brunet, A., " " 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight charges. . . 



and Removing Fire Hazards ($99,896.73) 

3 60 Cochrane Hardware Co., coal oil, 

28 90 camp supplies, etc 289 44 

Cochrane Plumbing and Heating 

2,500 00 Co., plumbing supplies 4 00 

6 00 Cochrane Public Utilities Commis- 

12 -05 sion, light and telephone 7 80 

25 29 Dalton, J., cartage 3 GO 

159 90 David's Bottling Works, water. . . 14 00 



E 38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No/ 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 



Clearing Townsites and Removing Fire Hazards — Continued 



Doni. Express Co., charges 115 70 

Dom. Rubber Systems, Ltd., fire 

hose..... 147 00 

Double Diamond Lumber Co., 

lumber 16 50 

Etiiier, C, provisions 73 46 

Fowler Hardware, Ltd., rope 1 00 

Gardner, W. R., cartage 46 50 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co., Ltd., 

firehose 150 00 

Haileybury Lumber Co., lumber. . 24 25 
Hamilton, P., travelling expenses. 60 98 
Hamilton Livery Co., cartage. ... 8 00 
Hammond, H. R., travelling ex- 
penses 98 40 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., pro- 
visions 173 83 

Hendun Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber 280 17 

Heslip, J., cartage 18 50 

Hudson Bay Co., coal oil and 

lamps '. 3 24 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil 7 71 

Kaplin Bros., coal oil 27 54 

Knight Bros. & McKinney, Ltd., 

roofing, nails, lumber, etc 418 18 

Lairne, P., cartage 16 50 

Lee, W., cartage 3 00 

Little, W., hire of horse 125 00 

Livingstone. J., travelling expenses 8 90 
Marshall, Ecclestone, Ltd., camp 

supplies and hardware 644 12 

McGill, H. E., camp utensils, 

paint, etc 81 26 

National Groceries, Ltd., provisions 257 58 
Norfolk & Rochester Hardware and 

Lumber Co., hardware 61 54 



O'Grady, E. N., travelling expenses 13 30 
Ottawa Car Mfg. Co., Ltd., repair- 
ing pump 11 85 

Pay lists, wages of men 87,092 18 

Perkins Co., Ltd., hardware and 

camp supplies 811 82 

Pigott, W. D., travelling expenses . 57 57 

Postmaster, postage 28 83 

Powell Furniture Co., mirrors, 

knives, etc 24 25 

Reamsbottom & Edwards, tools, 

oil, gas, etc _. 188 25 

Revell, L. O., travelling expenses. 42 19 

Roberge, L. D., grindstone 4 13 

Rumford Lumber Co., lumber 533 36 

Shankman Bros., coal, oil, hay, etc. 7 75 

Shankman, S., office rent 65 00 

Simpkin Hardware Co., camp sup- 
plies 89 30 

Stadleman, J., stationery 4 30 

Staniforth, A., travelling expenses. 292 85 

Sudbury Coal & Wood Co., coal. . 26 75 
Taylor, Geo., Hardware, Ltd., camp 

supplies 215 12 

T. & N. O. Ry., freight charges. . . 3 12 
Trembla}' Fire Engine Co., fire 

pump and hose 2,000 00 

Tudine, J., cartage 1 50 

Ward, J., travelling expenses 7 55 

Warrell & Yates, lye 3 50 

Watson, Jack & Co., Ltd., fire hose 

and coupling 2,379 87 

Wilson Bros., blacksmithing 17 05 

Wilson, J. D., travelling expenses . 52 50 



Display at Toronto Exhibition ($1,179.03) 



Brewer, C. E., travelling expenses. 115 40 

Callighan, H. A., " " ' 95 35 

Can. Nat. Express, charges .110 99 

Can. National Exhibition, carpen- 
ter work and electric current. .. 87 60 
Cummings and Hastings, cartage. 15 00 
Dominion Coal Co., Ltd., one cord 

slabs 18 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 10 45 

Evans Scene Studio, painting sign. 48 80 



Eraser, G. A., carting 121 50 

Goldworthy, G., travelling expenses 76 40 
Hobbs, S., lining beaver tank and 

supplies 66 70 

Kofeter, J., services erecting exhibit 147 00 

Peak and Whittingham, photos.. . 20 80 

Sarazin, Thos., board 45 70 

Shields, J., travelling expenses. . . . 120 75 

Wickett & Craig, Ltd., tanbark. . . 10 00 

Wilson, M., making beaver tanks. 68 59 



Compensation for Workmen Injured while engaged on Government Work, to be paid 
on recommendation of the Workmen's Compensation Board ($3,972.09) 



Beaudris, J 14 00 

Brown, Mrs. E 600 00 

Generaux, P 1,000 00 

Hammond, H. D 29 30 

Hogan, D 78 26 

Hogarth, J. R 222 00 

Lemay, A 173 20 



Longlad, J 26 84 

McAllister, A. J 885 00 

McGarvey, P. M 56 73 

Murdock, J. B 47 63 

Smith, J. B 202 53 

Sullivan, P 600 00 

Tardiff, B. W 36 60 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E39 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



CROWN LANDS— Continued 
Algonquin Provincial Park ($46,747.67) 

M. Robinson Superintendent 12 months 



F. Lovesev " 

M. Newell " 

J. P. Foran " 

A.Grant " 

P. J. Gervais " 

A. Morrison " 

J. Mclntyre " 

Mrs. W. Lewis Housekeeper. 



13 
13 
13 

12K 
13 
,13 



S. Waters Ranger 

T. Ranger. . 

Z. Nadon . . 

P. Ranger. . 

N. Bangs. . . 

A. V. Briggs 

H. A. Callighan Chief Ranger 13 

F. Boice Ranger 13 

J. Culhane " 13 

T. Wattie " 13 

D. Valentine " 13 

J.Christie " ; 13 

J. Shields " 13 

M. Robinson " 1 

A. Patterson " 13 

J. Stringer " 13 

D. Stringer " 13 

A. F. Benn " 13 

G.C.Lindsay " 13 

W. A. Mooney " 13 

G. Stringer " 13 

M. McNamara " 13 

P.Roche " 13 

G. Holmberg " 13 

E. Dontigney " 13 

E. Godin « 13 

T. Saraza " 9 

W. Lewis Chief Ranger 13 

C. E. Brewer Ranger 13 

C. Ryan " 13 



13 
13 

3^ 

9 

9 

1 

1 
13 



800 00 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
161 51 
191 65 
191 65 
491 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
91 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
824 99 
500 00 
191 65 
191 65 
191 65 
040 00 
280 00 
694 73 
675 00 
96 00 
96 00 
585 00 



Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., lino- 
leum, chairs, towelling, cotton, 
etc 

Ard, E. D., coal oil 

Benn, A. F.,. travelling expenses.. . 

Boland, T. A., dishes, cutlerj', roof- 
ing, sash, etc 

Booth, J. R., Co., files 

Boyd, M., snowshoe straps 

Callighan, H. A., travelling ex- 
penses • 

Canadian Canoe Co., canoe and 
paddles 

Can. Independent Telephone Co., 
Ltd., dry cells, switches, insul- 
ators, etc 

Can. Nat. Express, charges 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight, 77.67; 
rental telephone circuit, 50.00. . 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., stove 
pipes, roofing, hardware, etc.. . . 

Curry, L., repairs to skiff 

Daventry Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 



209 
1 

5 


71 
50 
50 


109 
26 


68 
60 
20 


6 


15 


77 


50 


213 

75 


64 
34 


127 


67 


78 
5 


98 
00 



6 00 



Dennis Canadian Co., horseshoes, 

etc 

Dixon, Mrs. W. H., & Son, camp 

supplies : 

Douglas Bros., Ltd., galv. iron box 
Dunlop & Co., Ltd., lime, cooking 

utensils, etc 

Flavelle, R. H., stovepipes 

Garvais, J. J., travelling expenses. 
Hallam, John, Ltd., snowshoes. . . . 
Hawkesbury Lumber Co., Ltd., 

rent of farms 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., gas and oil. 
Johnston, W. H., cooking utensils. 
Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., lumber. . . 
Lewis, W. L., travelling expenses. . 
Lovesey, F., travelling expenses. . . 
Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., drugs. . 

Mack, C. W., badges 

McClary Mfg. Co., camp stoves. . 
McGregor, A. E., Co., paint and oil 
Mulntyre, J., travelling expenses.. 
McRae, J. S. L., lumber 



2 00 



669 


13 


24 


20 


64 


80 


3 


60 


18 


45 


204 


00 


5 


00 


18 


71 


31 


00 


19 


74 


57 


50 


15 


80 


94 


65 


21 


25 


115 


85 


48 


75 


13 


75 


39 


92 



E40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Algonquin Provincial Park — Continued 



Millar, J. \V., services inspector at 
6.00per diem, 2,190.00; travelling 

expenses, 160.^6 2,350 66 

Mooncv, W. A., travelling expenses 8 75 

Morrison, A., " " 13 75 

Newell, M., " " 17 85 

People's Gas Supply Co., Ltd., 

carbide 50 00 

Peterborough Canoe Co., Ltd., 

canoes . 149 85 



Post, O. E., blacksmithing 

Postmaster, postage 

Rice Lake Canoe Co., canoes 

Rice, Lewis & Son, Ltd., padlocks. 
Robinson, M., travelling expenses. 
Stringer, J. E., " " 

Tamblyn, G., Ltd., strychnine. . . . 
Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., mowers 

sharpened 

Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd., turpentine. 



3 


05 


80 67 


69 


52 


12 


95 


21 


17 


8 


75 


75 


00 


2 


70 


52 


00 



Rondeau Provincial Park ($14,377.72) 

Geo. Gold worthy Superintendent 12 months 1,300 00 

H. Gardiner Ranger 12 " 960 00 

Jno. White " 12 " 960 00 



American Ry., Express Co., express 

Bainwell, G., painting and decorat- 
ing 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of instru- 
ment, 21.00; messages, 27.70. . . 

Bentley, S., wheat 

Bishop, Wm., sawing, planing and 
dressing lumber 

Blenheim, Town of, calcium chlor- 
ide 

Bowden, P., drugs 

Broadwood, Geo., services trapping 

Craig, Co., Ltd., shipping case. . . . 

Gumming, X., wheat and corn. . . . 

Cummings & Hastings, putting up 
ceiling in ice house 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Douglas, D. H., wardrobe locks.. . 

Goldworthy, G., travelling expenses 

Hastings, J., wheat 

Hedley, T. J., coal oil 

Howard Farmers' Co-operative 
Society, oats, bran, poultry feed, 
etc 

Husband, J., services trapping. . . . ' 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 
power and light 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil. . . . 

Kaustine Co., Ltd., installing kaus- 
tine equipment, etc 

Kimmerly, A. B., & Son, paint. . . 

Little, J. G., wallpaper 

McGregor, J., repairing harness. . . 



1 35 
593 70 



48 


70 


24 


80 


98 


00 


351 


50 


-) 


50 


100 


00 


1 


00 


48 


65 


40 


00 


2 


70 


100 


00 


51 


65 


6 


75 


2 


55 


473 


20 


100 


00 


600 


97 


75 


55 


,628 


75 


21 


40 


7 


58 


1 


00 



McKenzie, Wm., cartage 25 00 

McLean, L., hay 65 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., filing 

cabinet 27 00 

Pardo, B., sheet metal on bath- 
house and toilet, repairs to res- 
taurant, etc 

Patterson, A., hay ^nd alfalfa 

Pay lists, wages of men 

Piggott, P. G., Co., shingles, lum- 
ber, etc 

Postmaster, postage 

Ridgetown Public Utilities Com- 
mission, electric supplies and re- 
pairs, 64.75; light, 3.00 

Ritchie, A., blacksmithing 

Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., grader.. 

Shillington Co., Ltd., wire fence, 
cement, paint, varnish, etc 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., grissel meal. 

SlBter, J, H., paints, nails, oils, etc. 

Springsteen & Co., charging bat- 
tery, auto supplies and repairs. . 

Stirling, Mrs. B., hav 

Stirling, W. D., hay.' 

Toll, Jas., hay and oats 

Warwick, T. C, paint and oil 

Watson & Taylor, lumber 

Wedge, Geo., poultry feed 

Willson Press, printing 

Willvs-Overland, Ltd., auto sup- 
plies 11 95 



1,566 
65 

3,140 


85 
22 
74 


430 
11 


25 
00 


67 

43 

156 


75 
80 
40 


775 

12 

203 


30 
50 
53 


25 
21 
12 
11 
22 


50 
95 
60 
50 


11 


00 


65 


25 


3 


00 



Ouetico Provincial Park ($10,870.55) 

Hugh McDonald Superintendent 12 months 1,600 00 

JeflfSeeley Ranger 12 " 1,100 00 

Walter Hurn " 12 " 1,100 00 

T. Deltharm " 12 " 1,100 00 

Harry Shields " 12 " 1,100 00 

R. Ogglestein " ■ 2 " 189 37 

B. A. McRae " 12 " 900 00 

Mrs. F. Harrison Housekeeper, 7 " 175 00 

J. J.Brennan Ranger 6 " 450 00 

F. O'Neil « 5>^ " 407 05 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E41 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

CROWN LANDS— Continued 

Ouetico Provincial Park — Continued 

Jas. Miller Ranger 4J^ months 

Mrs. Jas. Miller Housekeeper 5 " 

Frederickson Oscar Ranger 3 " 

John Grey " 1 " 

Wm. Robinson " 1 " 



Bole Grain Co., oats, bran, hay. . . 130 90 

Can. Canoe Co., Ltd., canoes 104 60 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 56 09 

Disappearing Propeller Boat Co., 

Ltd., repairs to boat 27 55 

Laing Hardware Co., hardware, 

paint, oil 50 81 

McDonald, H., travelling expenses 455 22 

Monarch Oil Co., Ltd., coal oil, etc. 87 93 



Palmer, C. W., soap, pail, matches, 
etc 

Pay list, wages of men 

Postmaster, postage 

Rawn, T. A., soap, provisions, 
snowshoes, etc 

Shevlin-Clarke Co., Ltd., lumber. 

Tomlins, J., hay 

Wells Hardware Co., hardware, 
etc., camp supplies 



317 


26 


125 


00 


221 


51 


75 


00 


72 


58 


61 


35 


317 


00 


15 


00 


45 


80 


20 


56 


132 


00 



432 97 



Creation, Extension and Maintenance of Parks, as directed by the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council ($1,128.61) 

Dominion Lumber and Building Co., lumber 734 38 

H. S. Howland, Sons & Co., Ltd., nails, wheelbarrows, etc 81 98 

Pay list, wages of men 312 25 

Crown Lands $2,286,546.89 



COLONIZATION ROADS 

By-Laws ($269,154.52) 

R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 41; 10-11 Geo. V, Chap. 25 



Admaston, No. 262 1 

Albemarle, No. 623 

Al berton. No. 2 

Alice and Fraser, No. 4 

Armour, No. 421 

Armstrong, No. 40 

Armstrong, No. 38 1 

Armstrong, No. 27 1 

Assiginack, No. 457 1 

Atwood, No. 127 1 

Bagot and Blythfield, No. 350 ... . 1 

Balfour, No. 71 

Balfour, No. 74A 2 

Beauchamp, No. 10 

Bedford, No. 69B 1 

Belmont and Methuen, No. 639.. . 1 

Billings, No. 268 

Billings, No. 270 

Blezard, No. 146 1 

Blue, No. 65 1 

Brethour, No. 26 2 

Brethour, No. 55 1 

Bromley, No. 335 2 

Brougham, No. 726 

Bucke, No. 21A 

Burleigh and Anstruther, No. 1 .. . 
Burleigh and Anstruther, No. 2.. . 

Burpee, No. 125 

Caldwell, No. 328 1 

Calvert, No. 55 

Calvert, No. 66 3 



,499 80 Cardwell, No. 204 299 95 

999 78 Carling, No. 142 1,200 00 

999 72 Carlow, No. 150 400 00 

499 97 Carlow, No. 159 45 15 

400 00 Carnarvon, No. 359 1,400 00 

899 91 Casey, No. 70 1,709 22 

,748 72 Casey, No. 73 80 00 

,842 87 Casey, No. 79 1,105 51 

,194 82 Casimir and Jennings, No. 99 1,700 00 

.013 25 Chamberlain, No. 106 744 65 

,78128 Chandos, No. 80 500 00 

72 00 Chapman, No. 7 500 00 

,509 22 Chappie, No. 323 7,488 62 

550 00 Chisholm, No. 130 91 43 

,250 00 Clarendon and Miller, No. 214.... 1,000 00 

,000 00 Coleman, No. 305 2,100 00 

700 00 Conmee, No. 62 1,148 95 

91 43 Cosby and Mason, No. 66 497 38 

,200 00 Dack, No. 5 735 40 

,239 71 Dack, No. 31 998 00 

,118 28 Day and Bright Additional, No. 12 300 00 

,240 95 Dilke, No. 115 550 00 

,748 50 Dungannon, No. 93 300 00 

300 00 Draper, No. 421 996 37 

841 26 Draper, No. 430 31 75 

345 00 Drury,Denison& Graham, No. 215 1,188 50 

400 00 Dymond, No. 214 2,929 29 

500 00 Dymond, No. 218 2,870 87 

,475 77 Dysart, No. 673 150 00 

673 20 Dysart, No. 683 4,924 32 

,320 27 Eastnor, No. 64 1,500 00 



E42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
By-Laws — Continued 



Eastnor, No. 78 1,500 00 

Eldon, No. 338 64 00 

" No. 541 2,499 80 

" No. 545 150 00 

Elzevir and (irinisthorpe, No. 70A. 423 75 

Emo, No. 284 3,638 47 

Evanturel, No. 146 3,717 77 

; " No. 153 2,662 40 

jFaradav, No. 141 600 00 

Field, No. 54 450 00 

Freeman, No. 10 53 60 

" No. 15 498 25 

Gillies, No. 14 49 42 

" No. 22 1,383 12 

Glackmeyer, No. 24 . 2,999 42 

xGordon & Allen, No. 174 1,249 77 

Grattan, No. 301 1,300 00 

" No. 319 550 00 

Hagarty and Richards, No. 141... 743 25 

Hanme'r, No. 123 800 00 

Harlev, No. 281 1 414 97 

" ' No. 301 1.471 79 

: " No. 302 396 05 

Harris, No. 73 '.......... 87 88 

" No. 77 774 94 

Harvey, No. 375 815 84 

No. 378 152 50 

" No. 384 990 19 

Hiiliard, No. 141 2 609 75 

" No. 149 1,680 17 

Hilton, No. 418 675 00 

Himsworth South, No. 90B 312 50 

Hinchinbrooke, No. 4 1 ,750 00 

Horton, No. 290 1,978 80 

Howland. No. 186 750 00 

Hudson, No. 92 100 00 

■ " No. 96 599 97 

Humphrey, No. 400 1 ,500 00 

Hungerford, No. 277 698 33 

Huntingdon, No. 455 299 85 

Jaffray and Mellick, No.. 124 1,057 42 

' " " No. 130 1,500 00 

Tocelvn, No. 321 400 00 

Johnson, No. 120A 600 00 

Joly, No. 184 200 00 

kaiadar, Anglesea and Effingham, 

' No. 1 299 01 

Kennebec, No. 2 1,499 98 

Kerns, No. 200 . . 1,889 10 

Korah, No. 226 3,693 38 

Laird, No. 142 998 12 

Lavallee, Nos. 242-247 . 85 36 

" No. 283 3,099 71 

Laxton, No. 360 75 00 

Limerick. No. 5 J...i.. . 399 07 

Lindsav, No. 346 :..... . . 1,250 00 

Loughborough, No. UB ..." ■...-.; ... 1,000 00 

McDougall, No. 189 : ; . . . 3,200 00 

Mclr\-ine, No. 249 500 00 

McKim, No. 195 1,500 00 

McLean, No. 472 800 00 

" No. 476 41 80 

McMurrich, No. 300 750 00 

Macaulev, No. 101 1,000 00 

Machar, No. 593 600 00 



Macdonald, Meredith and Aber- 
deen, No. 166 800 00 

Madoc, No. 63 798 66 

" No. 66 89 61 

Mara, No. 611 1,497 34 

Marmora and Lake, No. 574 796 65 

" " No. 576 51 25 

Martland, No. 159 1,000 00 

Matchedash, No. 218 900 00 

Mavo, No. 363 395 03 

Medonte, No. 600 7,999 87 

Medora and Wood, No. 377 150 00 

" " No. 383 93 59 

« " No. 386 4,990 21 

Minden, No. 380 1,200 00 

Monck, No. 493 50 00 

" No. 496 1,848 61 

Monmouth, No. 266 1 ,000 00 

Monteagle and Herschell, No. 535. 750 00 

Morlev and Pattullo, No. 267 ... . 2,599 50 

Muskoka, No. 308 1,250 00 

Nairn. No. 141 199 85 

Neebing, No. 424 5,494 13 

Neelon and Garson, No. 167 1,250 00 

Nipigon, No. 212 36 00 

North Crosbv, No. 558 200 00 

Oaklev, No. 225 300 00 

" ' No. 228 4 00 

O'Connor, No. 223 1,996 25 

Olden. No. 66B 128 07 

No. 76B 1,250 00 

Oliver. No. 204 2,842 77 

Orillia, No. 1122 3,952 93 

Oro, No. 474 2,495 69 

Oso, No. 197 1,900 00 

Paipoonge, No. 192 3,997 55 

Palmerston and Canonto, No. 257. 60 00 

« " No. 263. 1,500 00 

Perry, No. 169 483 79 

Plummer Additional, No. 182 1.425 00 

Port Carling, No. 286 1 ,748 25 

Prince, Nos. 169, 95 460 67 

Rama, No. 401 599 32 

Ratter and Dunnett, No. 38 1.472 92 

Rayside, No. 275 1,393 64 

Rear of Yonge and Escott, No. 612 496 25 

Ridout, No. 54 250 00 

« No. 55 1,000 00 

Ross, No. 390 1,300 00 

« No. 397 1,250 00 

Rverson, No. 503 750 00 

" No. 506. 200 00 

Sandfield, No. 262 399 95 

Sebastopol. No. 307 200 00 

Sheffield, No. 678 66 60 

« No. 686 1,200 00 

Sherbourne, No. 306 25C 00 

" No. 309 350 00 

Sherwood, Jones and Burns, No. 40 400 00 

Shuniah, No. 470 8,812 15 

Snowden, No. 221 1,000 00 

Somerville, No. 756 1,500 00 

South Algoma, No. 87 500 00 

South Crosbv, No. 912 650 00 

Springer, No. 331 3,385 23 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E43 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 



By-Laws — Continued 



Stafford, No. 728 

Stanhope, Nos. 338, 381 

" No. 392 

Stephenson, No. 559 

" No. 558 

Stisted, No. 269 

" No. 273 

« No. 276 

St. Edmunds, No. 289 . 

St. Joseph, No. 462 : . 

Storrington, No. 507 

Sunnidale, No. 514 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 

No. 7 "A" 

Tarentorous, No. 229 . 

Tay, No. 826 



950 


00 


15 


20 


493 


50 


236 


66 


1,999 


56 


449 


75 


110 


12 


10 


00 


600 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,000 


00 


497 


75 


1,439 


48 


3,726 


/ / 



Tehkummah, No. 255 . . . 

Thessalon, No. 12 

Thompson, No. 134 

Tinv, No. 651 

Tisdale, No. 244 ..... . ._. 

Tudor and Cashel, No. 5 . 
" " No. 9. 

Vespra, No. 663 

Watt, No. 557 

Westmeath, No. 318 

Whitnev, No. 94... 

Widdifield, No. 329 

Wilberforce, No. 520. . . . 
WoUaston, Nos. 4 and 5.. 

" No. 9 

Worthington, No. US'. . . 



575 00 

674 72 

99 92 

1,549 97 

5,137 02 

749 00 

31 77 

2,750 00 

1,998 86 

2,006 20 

1,249 26 

1,500 00 

1,750 00 

. 72 50 

899 61 

800 00 



Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, and Purcliase of Tools, 
as may be directed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($514,236.72) 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages 816 96 

McLeod, D. S., tools 6 00 



Aberdeen Township Road 

Moor, Geo., gravel. 



77 00 



899 96 



Addington Road (1922 Account) 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages 4,394 64 



Bay, J., gravel 

Bath, C, repairing tools. . . 

Chatson, 0., explosives. . . . . 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Dom. Express Co., charges. 
Jackson, A., provisions. . . . 
McGregor, A., " .... 

Meeks, T., rent of tent, etc. 



28 00 

2 70 
7 10 
4 85 

3 94 
14 84 
19 20 

7 20 



Postage.. , . , . 8 00 

Prjngle, W. G., rent of cows.. . , 20 .00 

Wise, S. E., provisions " 48 ^ 

Returns, 1921-22 10,909- 22 



15,468 61 
Less advanced, 1921-22 14,100 00 



1,36S 61 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages 

Barker, J. E., provisions, etc.. .. 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Cuddy, Sam, gravel 

Dennison, M., provisions 

Dr^sdale, Mrs. S. S., rent of 

storehouse 

Head, Mrs. L., provisions 

Houston & Co., coal 

Hughes, L. M., & Son, provisions 

Hughes, J. E., provisions 

Jackson, A., " 

Keller, J. E., " 

Kirk, D. D., " 

McGregor, A., . " 

Meeks, Mrs. K., " 

Meeks, Oscar, stone and gravel . 

Meeks, T., provisions 



Addington Road 

Nichols & Co., explosives 566 45 

7,299 81 Ore Chimney Mining Co " 198 00 

44 00 Park, G., provisions 4 00 

6 50 Peterborough Hardware Co., 

25 00 Ltd., chain 24 00 

^^i 17 Pringle, J. A., tools and repairs. 77 37 
Pringle, W. G., provisions, 64.00; 

18 00 cow, 40.00 104 00 

10 80 Rahn, J., provisions 4 50 

25 50 Rosanblath, " .... 32 50 

18 75 Smith, W. L., " 24 53 

243 85 Steele, Arnold, " 9 60 

12 03 Thompson, C. C, tools, etc. ... 72 10 

23 52 Wheeler, S. A., provisions, etc. 979 6(5 

262 58 Wise, S. E., " 114 41 

146 60 Woodcock) G. W., " 25 30 

12 25 Postage 2 50 

80 00 ■ 

3 00 10,504 28 



Admaston Township Roads 

Moss., H. N., paymaster: wages of workmen 



805 25 



E44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Airy Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Post, O. E., tools, etc 8 64 

Wages of workmen 1,480 00 

Booth, J. R, Ltd., explosives 15 00 



Albemarle Township Roads 



Craig, D. G., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Cooper, Geo. H., gravel 
Hamblv, W. C., wood . . 



943 76 
24 70 
14 60 



Haller, R., gravel , 
Tuffnell, W., " . 



1,503 64 



5 00 
16 80 

1,004 86 



Algona North Township Road 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,265 75 



Boland, T. A., explosives. 
Carty, T., repairing tools. 

Eady, J., cedar 

Garber, A., gravel 

Harrington, W., shovels. . 
Kilby, S. H., cedar. 



Killaloe Garage, bolts, etc . 



4 20 

2 35 
8 00 

12 00 

3 00 
15 00 

1 30 



Kizell, A., axe 

Krantz, Wm., gravel. . . 
Luloff, E., use of grader. 

Liiloff, J. A., cedar 

Millark, W. M.. gravel.. 
O'Reilly & Musk, tile. . 
Pilatzke, W., nails, etc . . 



Algona South Township Road 



Moss, H. N., paym.aster: 

Wages of workmen 2,108 85 

Michaelis, O., use of scraper .... 5 65 

O'Connor, J., use of wagon 1 00 



Postage , 



Alice and Fraser Township Roads 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,004 35 

Lemke, M., gravel 24 45 

Matthews, W. M., gravel 33 75 



Postage , 



Allan Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,449 62 

Carter, J., planks 45 00 

Dearing, R., timber 3 50 

Hare, W. E., gravel 24 60 

Hunt, A., spikes 3 00 

Jackson & Co., cement 53 20 



Kerr, Alex., gravel 

Kirk, J. E., timber 

Robert.son, A. E., gravel 
Snow, Chas., spikes. . . . 



Allan and Gordon Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,362 00 

Beange, W. M., timber 2 00 

Burns, Wm., gravel 29 00 

McLean, A., " 7 65 



McCannell, S., gravel , 
Purvis, J., " . 



1 


50 


33 


60 


1 


25 


12 


50 


10 


00 


30 


25 


2 


50 



1,403 20 



25 
2,115 75 



80 
2,063 35 



22 


10 


8 


00 


11 


25 




S4 







1,620 81 



89 70 
6 50 

1,496 85 



Anglesea Township Road 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: wages of workmen 571 50 



Anson and Hindon Township Roads 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 874 50 

Barton, Chas., plank 17 00 

Bowdon, N., cartage 55 

Hopkins, Mark Co., explosives.. 16 60 



Pritchard, M. E., cedar and 

gravel 

Rogers, E. E., spikes 

Welch, J., sharpening tools 



82 80 

60 

8 00 



1,000 05 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E45 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Anstruther Township Roads 

Tucker, Wm., paymaster: Tucker, Wm., accountable 109 14 

Wages of workmen 299 48 

Younge, A., cedar 138 



Appleby Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,035 77 

Sundry persons, cedar 67 10 



Sundry persons, tools, etc. 
Legendre, A., accountable . 



Armour and Proudfoot Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages..' 853 10 



Burk's Falls Hardware, ex- 
plosives 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages 234 25 

Burk's Falls Hardware Co., ex- 
plosives 12 34 



Armour, Strong and Chapman Township Road 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. 



410 00 



7 25 
139 88 

1,250 00 



47 15 

900 25 



6 50 
253 09 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,010 59 

Sundry persons, cedar, etc 72 74 



Armstrong Township Roads 

Sundry persons, gravel, etc. 



68 28 



2,151 61 



Assiginack Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,281 50 

Chatwill, H ., timber 12 00 

Haner, W. M., gravel 48 30 

Hinds, C. W., cement, etc 33 40 



Lewis, v., timber 

McKechnie, N., gravel, 
Sayle, D., " . 



11 


00 


20 


50 


4 


10 



1,410 80 



Aweres Township, Island Lake Road 



McMuUen, B. R., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 4,416 50 

Algoma Central & H. B. Ry., 

freight 83 37 

Best, W. E., clock 2 50 

Blain, J. G., drug supplies 15 10 

Booth, Jas. R., right-of-way .. . . 200 00 

Bromley, E., rent of buildings. . . 180 00 
Canada Ingot Iron Co., repairs 

to grader 7 90 

Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

camp supplies and explosives . 374 94 

Dom. Express Co., charges 2 10 

Eddy, C. R., plow, etc 57 00 



Hesson, W. J., »&: Co., lumber, 

etc 48 98 

Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 

camp supplies 201 00 

Hussey-Ferrier Meat Co., pro- 
visions 195 07 

Marine Laundry, laundering.. . . 22 40 

McMullen, H. B., pipe 24 00 

Northern Feed & Seed Co., Ltd., 

hay and oats 636 27 

Parker, C. R., provisions 2,161 51 

Sundry persons, camp supplies. . 22 45 

McMullen, B. R., accountable.. 181 51 

8,832 60 



McDonough, Wm., 
3.50 per diem . . . . 
Wages of workmen 
Postage ; 



overseer at 



Awrey Township Roads 



36 75 
189 00 

25 



Less balance unpaid 



26 00 



200 00 



226 00 



E46 ^,- PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS- Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Badgerow Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 370 03 Less accountable, 1*)22 404 42 

Clcuthier, O., cedar 21 00 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 31 58 IS 19 

422 61 

Badgerow Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 854 26 Xoel, E., rent of scraper 7 31 

Sundry persons, gravel, cedar, Legendre, A., accountable 1,937 21 

etc 24 50 

Legendre, A., metal culvert 26 72 2,850 00 

Bagot and Blythefield Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: wages of workmen ; 1,061 00 

Baldwin Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Sauve, S., gravel 16 60 

Wages of workmen 1,468 61 — — — 

Deguide, Geo., cedar 12 00 1,407 21 

Balfour Township Roads 

St. Onge, X., overseer at 3.50 per P:)stage 20 

diem 38 50 Blais, T., overseer at 3.50 per diem 56 00 

Wages of workmen 162 00 Wages of workmen 144 00 

Blais, D., overseer at 3.50 per diem 17 50 — ■ 

Wages of workmen 82 50 500 70 

Balfour and Dowling Boundary Road 

Brosseau, E. T,, overseer at 3.50 Sundry persons, cedar, gravel, 

per diem 49 00 etc 

Wages of workmen •. . . . 414 00 ° 

Bangor, Wicklow and McClure Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: Postage, etc 

Wages of workmen 1,128 98 

Sundry persons, cedar, tools, etc. 42 95 

Sundry persons, explosives 26 33 

Barber and Tudhope Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 994 86 Less accountable, 1922 948 77 

Reilly, R., axe handles 100 

Woods, R. R., explosives 17 00 64 09 

1,012 86 

Barber and Tudhope Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: W^oods, R. R., tools, etc 6 15 

Wages of workmen 1,609 42 

1,615 57 



37 


75 
50 


501 


25 




48 


1,198 


74 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 47 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Barrie Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Sundry persons, gravel, explos- 

Wages of workmen 791 00 'ves, etc 57 05 



848 05 



Barrie Island Township Roads 



73 


76 


1 


20 


28 


60 


7 


63 




17 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,382 37 Merwyn, H., gravel 53 70 

Blackburn, W. M., timber 46 96 Runnalls, Mrs. W., gravel 67 05 

Bryan, J., gravel 39 75 

Jackson & Co., cement and nails 14 75 1,604 58 

Barry's Bay, Madawaska Trunk Road (1922 Account) 

Zummack, J. H., paymaster: balance of account, 1922 931 57 

Barry's Bay, Madawaska Trunk Road 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,462 53 Palubeskie, F., lumber 

Billings, M. L., scrapers 35 00 Pehoskie, A., axe handles. . 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight 1 71 Prince Bros., tools, etc 

Kluk, T. M., tools, etc 25 75 Ruben, D., wire 

Mask,'P. B.. plow 55 00 Postage 

Murray, C. & D., explosives. . . . 272 35 
Murray & Omanigue Lumber „ _ 

Co., lumber 10 08 ^'^^^ '^ 

Bastedo Township Road 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Menard, A., gravel 1 00 

Wages of workmen 99 00 

100 00 

Baxter Township Road 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: Xickerson, N. L., cedar 20 00 

Wages of workmen 1,902 00 Pittman, L., rent of tools 3 60 

Boucher, Ed., repairing scraper . 7 30 

Kingsborough, J., explosives. ... 62 60 1,995 50 

Beauchamp Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,142 99 Sohnlein, C, plank 10 00 



Bailey, J. R., gravel 21 60 

Hall, F., plank 22 66 1,233 93 

Manes, J., plank 7 50 Less accountable, 1922 1,200 03 



MacCallum, R., plank 27 50 

Nowry, R., nails 1 68 33 90 

Beauchamp Township Road 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,227 63 

Bailey, J., gravel 27 90 

Bailey, W. C, " 47 85 

Beckwith Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 946 67 Postage 05 

Dowdell, H., gravel 7 25 

Oliver, H., gravel 52 25 1,006 22 



Clouthier, A., 
Miller, N. A., 


nails 

lumber 


1 20 
4 52 




1,309 10 



27 
21 


20 
80 
51 


2,374 


40 



E48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Bedford Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 465 00 Less accountable, 1921 440 68 

Sundry persons, gravel, etc 36 43 

60 75 

501 43 

Bedford Township Roads 

Pringle, VV. W., paymaster: Frontenac, County of, tile, etc. 

Wages of workmen 2,079 47 Freight and cartage 

Sundry persons, cedar 79 53 Postage 

Sundry persons, gravel, explos- 
ives, tools, etc 165 89 

Bedford and Oso Boundary 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Norris, J. R., cedar 20 60 

Wages of workmen 442 40 Swerbrick, T. H., cartage 5 00 

Dalton, W. B., & Son, Ltd., 

e.xplosives 32 20 500 20 

Bedford and Loughboro' Boundary 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Sundry persons, gravel, explos- 

Wages of workmen 505 12 ives, tools, etc. 46 14 

Loughboro Township, tile 7 20 

558 46 

Bedford Township, Richardson Mine Road 

Meader, C. H., paymaster: Wilkins, H., cartage 21 00 

Wages of men 320 75 

Hopkins, A., cedar 10 00 35175 

Bethune Township Road (1921 Account) 

McConkey, C, balance 1921 account: 92 40 

Bethune Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Shortreed Lumber Co., cedar. . . 7 20 

VVag'es of workmen 1,232 60 Sundry persons, gravel 68 95 

Burk's Falls Hardware, Ltd., ex- Postage 25 

plosives 4 00 

Flavelle, R. H., tools 7 55 1,320 55 

Bexley Township Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: wages of workmen 1,200 50 

Besley, Cameron Township Rioad 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 45 30 

Wages of workmen 456 00 

501 30 

Bexley and Laston, Victoria Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Gilmour, L., cedar 5 00 

Wages of workmen 1,196 00 

1,201 00 



1922-23 



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E49 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Bldwell Township Road 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,377 51 

Allison, J., timber 11 00 

Chatinell, E., gravel 44 75 

Cosby, R., " 15 20 

Kerr, W., " 14 55 



O'Brien, W., timber. . . 
Parkinson, W., gravel.. 
Stringer, F. E., timber. 



4 


00 


23 


30 


6 


25 



3,496 56 



Bidwell Township, Manitowaning to Green Bay Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: balance 1922 account 



93 20 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,331 35 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 9 00 



Bigwood Township Roads 

Legendre, A., accountable. 



109 65 



2,450 00 



Billings Township Roads (1922 Account) 

V'anmeer, J. E., paymaster: balance 1922 account 



57 65 



Billings Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,916 05 

Bailie, J., gravel 10 70 

Cranston, T. R., " 6 00 

Green, G., " 11 80 

Hodgson, J., gravel 24 00 



Munro, D., timber. 10 5 o 

Northern Development Branch, 

explosives 17 50 



2,996 55 



Blezard Township Roads 



Portelance, Levu, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Portelance, W., cedar 

Pilon, J., overseer at 3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Larocque, J., spikes 

Foucault, Arthur, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Brebant, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Frappier, Jno., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Leduc, H., cedar 

Lecoupe, P. Jr., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Charlebois, J., overseer at 3.50 per 
diem ' 



21 00 



78 


00 


5 


00 


45 


50 


453 


00 


1 


50 


56 


00 


293 


50 


21 


00 


78 


00 




23 


35 


00 


204 


75 


10 


20 


75 


00 


725 


25 



Wages of workmen 

Papineau, Wm., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Lecoupe, P. Sr., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Rose, D., overseer at 3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Couillard, D., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Carmichael, R. H., overseer at 

3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Auger, Wm., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 



153 00 



63 


00 


237 


00 


63 


00 


437 


00 


1 24 


50 


76 


00 


28 


00 


119 


50 


21 


00 


128 


80 


29 


75 


72 


00 




46 



47 25 



3,603 19 



Bonfield Township Road (1922 Account) 
Rochefort, P., paymaster: Cahill, J., Estate of, explosives 



32 42 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc.- Continued 

Bonfield Township Roads 



Rochefort, P., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 4,395 73 

Brimet, A. R., explosives 2 75 

Cahill, J., Estate of, explosives.. 17 47 
Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

scaper 18 00 

Martin, O., explosives 10 45 



Matthews, E., tools, etc 

O'Connor, W. J., tools 

Ouellett Bros., repairing scraper 
Proulx, H., cedar 



5 


25 


5 


25 




50 


10 


35 



4,465 75 



Boulter Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paj'master: wages of workmen 



1,511 87 



Bracebridge-Baysville Trunk Road 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 7,850 38 

Bruce, Ernest, purchase of gravel 

pit 100 00 

Campbell, K. W., cartage 10 41 

Ecclestone, G. W., Ltd., ex- 
plosives, etc 572 08 

Fenn Anderson Co., tools, etc.. . 10 90 



Gray, H., explosives. 



16 00 



Kelly, N. A., cartage 

Langford, H., plank 

Morris, Fred., blacksmithing. 
Morrow, W. J., " 

Orr, J., gravel 

Whitten Co., Ltd., tools 



2 


25 


3 


84 




75 


21 


30 


13 


70 


15 


20 



8,616 81 



Brethour Township Roads 



Nor r is, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,453 86 

Ethier, L., timber 58 40 

Laboute, D., gravel 7 50 

Matymiz, J., cedar 24 38 



Rheault, J. A., scraper repairs. 

Stephen, R., tamarac 

Woods, R. R 



8 00 
21 60 
37 93 



2,611 67 



Bright Township Roads 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 931 78 

Barker, R., gravel 10 00 

Brathwaite, F. Y. W., explosives 34 20 



Bridge Bros., shovel 
King, M., gravel 



)vel 


3 00 

28 40 








1.007 38 



BrJght (additional) Township Roads 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wage of workmen 973 49 

Cameron, Mrs. G., gravel 57 90 



Smith, J. O., gravel. 



18 00 



1,049 39 



Henri, J., overseer at 3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Bazinet, Simeon, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Bazinet, Isaac, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Prevost, D., gravel 

Cataford, A., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Prevost, D., gravel 

Haninen, D., overseer at 3.50 per 
diem 



Broder Township Roads 

49 00 Wages of workmen 343 50 

151 50 Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

1 03 explosives 28 65 

Penra, Wm., cedar 47 00 

45 50 Postage 20 

154 50 Haninen, V., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 38 50 

21 00 Wages of workmen 261 90 

168 00 Hakaranien, Peter, overseer at 3.50 

12 00 per diem 49 00 

Wages of workmen 151 50 

35 00 Postage 50 

60 00 Johnston, J. R., overseer at 3.50 

5 00 " per diem 57 75 

Wages of workmen 411 00 

80 50 Laforest, P., gravel 18 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E51 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 



Broder Township Roads — Continued 



Latreille, L., nails, etc 4 00 

Meaden, P., cedar 8 75 

Postage 50 

Kanimen, Otto, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 42 00 

Wages of workmen 138 00 

Lammi, J., explosives 12 10 

Postage 20 

Ranta, J., explosives 3 90 

Kaksonen, Andrew, overseer at 

3.50 per diem 35 00 

Wages of workmen 165 00 

Kortecus, Jno., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 84 00 

Wages of workmen 417 00 

Postage 25 

Lammi, Jno., overseer at 3.00 per 

diem 63 00 

Wages of workmen 637 50 

Postage 60 

Langlois, A., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 52 50 

Wages of workmen 219 GO 

Cochrane Hardware Co., tools, 

etc 5 50 

Laberge Lumber Co., Ltd., 

lumber 10 78 

Lockeby, Geo. A., scraper 13 00 

Laforest, Pierre, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 28 00 

Wages of workmen 72 00 

Leedale, Jno., overseer 

Wages of workmen 200 00 

Maki, Jalmar, overseer at 3.50 per 

per diem 66 50 

Wages of workmen 336 00 

Maline, Chas., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 61 60 

Wages of workmen 429 60 

Hannimen, D., lumber 8 45 

Postage 35 

Nissela, Karlo, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 24 50 



50 
00 



Wages of workmen 78 00 

Postage 50 

Orenman, L., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 57 40 

Wages of workmen 242 40 

Postage 20 

Pilon, Octave, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 52 50 

Wages of workmen 437 25 

Horrick, Wm., gravel 17 70 

Purala, S., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 31 

Wages of workmen 141 

Cochrane Hardware Co., ex- 
plosives 28 20 

Rheault, Gilbert, overseer at 3.50 
per diem, 70.00; wages of work- 
men, 358.50; Nadon, A., ex- 
plosives, 8.00; postage, 50c.; 
437.00; less balance unpaid, 
37.00 400 00 

Salmi, Jno., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Saari, J., cedar 

Sauve, Orville, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Sjohlm, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

.Servais, D., overseer at 3.50 per 
diem, 66.50; wages of workmen, 
417.00; Servais, A., cedar, 46,08; 
529.58; less balance unpaid, 29.58 500 00 

Topolinski, N., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 35 00 

Wages 69 60 

Postage 30 



24 


00 


63 


00 


13 


00 


42 


00 


111 


00 


1 


06 


37 


10 


162 


60 




30 



7,875 7 2 



Moss, H N., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen . . . 
Cahill, D., gravel. . . . 

Price, H., " 

Sheedy, Albert, plank. 



Bromley Township Roads 



856 50 
24 80 
30 00 
23 00 



Stokes, H., gravel. . . 

Walsh, J. D., spikes. 

' Postage 



71 20 
1 20 
1 21 

1,007 91 



Moss, H. X., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen. . . 



Brougham Township Roads 

(iuiney, T., cedar. 
742 50 



10 50 



753 00 



Burgess Townsliip Road 

Moss, H. X., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 927 60 James Bros., explosives. 

Byrne, R. J., gravel 57 75 

Hanna, J., sharpening tools 6 00 



8 20 



99^ 55 



E 52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Brudenell and Lyndoch Township Roads 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,991 50 

Costello, Hugh, gravel 2 00 

Cull, J., rent of wagon and tools 6 50 

Kiiehl, J., cedar 5 00 



Holly, P. Jr., gravel. 
Shields, T., gravel. . 
Postage 



8 00 

20 00 

50 



2,033 50 



Brunei Township Roads 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 940 17 

Forks, Thos., cedar 6 00 

Harper, H. G., plow repairs. ... 7 65 



Hern Hardware Ltd., explosives 
McEwen, J., gravel 



Buckhorn Trunk Roads 



Tucker, Wm., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,758 04 

Bennett, D., gravel 2130 

Chesney. Wm., " 1 40 

Irwin. A., " 11 00 



Jones, J., gravel 

Shearer, H. A., explosives. 
Sundry persons, tools, etc. 
Traynor, Joe, gravel 



32 


50 


1,002 


06 


2 


10 


56 


82 


13 


25 


86 


50 



Irwin, G., 



52 20 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,266 77 

Kiloran, J., sharpening tools.. . . 2 00 

Kirstine, F., use of stump puller 30 00 

Osborn, T. J., gravel 37 50 

Thompson, T. H., gravel 33 00 



Bucke Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Woods, R. R., explosives, etc. 



3,002 61 



75 85 



1,445 12 
Less balance of advance, 1922 972 62 



472 50 



Bucke Township Roads 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,551 44 

Adair, W. J., lumber 15 26 

Haileybury Lumber Co., lumber 26 88 
Kirstine, F. A., gravel and 

lumber 18 10 



Oslund, Mrs. T., gravel. 
Price, C. J., " . 

Thompson, T. H., " . 
Woods, R. R., explosives. 



70 00 


29 


05 


65 


40 


21 


65 



2,797 78 



Burleigh Trunk Road 



Tucker, Wm., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen: 3,471 26 

Bolton, F., provisions 

Bolton, W. E., wood 

Cassidy, J., gravel 

Charlton, R. A., tools, etc 

Church, O., cedar, etc 

Conroy, Ed., stone, 20.00; dump 

carts, 58.90 

Dunford, W., lumber 

Hales, S. A., provisions 

Kennedy, AI. P., wood 

Kylie, Mrs., provisions 

Leonard, W. W., explosives, 

chains, etc 

Mcllmoyle, B., decking line. . . . 



69 


29 


6 


75 


6 


00 


26 


85 


9 


00 


78 


90 


45 


82 


1 


00 


15 


00 


3 


00 


248 


13 


15 


00 



Reid, B., rent of water-tank and 

wagon, etc 27 00 

Rehill, Thos. A., plow. 20 00 

Stephens, Geo., provisions 611 96 

Stone, M. L., wood 45 37 

Sundry persons, gravel, tools, 

cartage, etc 28 45 

Tucker, Mrs. E., kitchen utensils 10 90 

Tucker, M., provisions 3 75 

Turner, J. J., & Son, camp 

supplies 10 00 

Will, Mrs. W., provisions 15 05 

Young, E., " 263 29 

5,031 77 



Burleigh Township Roads 

Tucker, Wm., pay lists, wages of man 403 1 1 



Burleigh Township, Mt. Julien Road 11922 Account) 
Tucker, Wm., paymaster: balance 1922 account 



27 00 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 53 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Burpee Township Roads (Manitoulin) 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Jackson & Co., cement 

Wages of workmen 2,063 02 McKinley, J., gravel 

Ainslie, O., timber 8 40 Morden, Mrs. W. M., gravel. 

Campbell, A., gravel 32 50 

Gibson, A., lumber 11 55 2,203 97 

Burpee Township Roads (Parry Sound) 

Orr, J., paymaster: ' Beagin & Simpson Lumber Co., 

Wages of workmen 371 75 plank 25 95 



36 


70 


35 


00 


16 


80 



397 70 



Burton and McKenzie Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 8 60 

Wages of workmen 1,798 25 

Argue, D., explosives 13 50 1,820 35 

Burwash Township Road 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Accountable 289 37 

Wages of workmen 200 63 

490 00 

Campbell Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: balance 1922 account 10 50 

Campbell Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 4,211 34 McColeman, Frank, gravel 10 00 

Bryan, R., gravel 40 50 McColeman, N., " 23 00 

Bryan, W. J., compensation for Marshall, Wm., plowshare 2 40 

horse destroyed on work 170 00 Northern Development Branch, 

Buchanan, N.. chain, etc 26 50 explosives 17 20 

Galbraith, J., gravel 30 30 Priddle, M., explosives 5 50 

Gilchrist, N., " 34 80 Strain, W. L., steel culvert 29 28 

Johnston, J., " 12 20 Watson, R. O., explosives 400 41 

Jackson, & Co., tools, etc 16 30 

Lanktree, R., timber and gravel 14 60 5,044 33 

Caldwell Township Road 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Sylvestre, G., gravel 17 10 

Wages of workmen 182 13 

Legendre, A., accountable 190 77 390 00 

Calvin Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Dunn, M. R., plow points.. 

Wages of workmen 3,185 31 McCullough, W. E., cedar.. 

Adams, D., cedar 9 60 Novack, F., timber 

Condie, B., timber 17 16 



1 


40 


7 


04 


6 


00 



3,226 51 



Cameron Township Roads 



Rochefort, P., paymaster: - Guilbeault, A. T., explosives. .. . 25 50 

Wages of workmen 2,484 25 

Bell, J. H., explosives 50 18 2,559 93 



E 54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc.^Continued 

Cane Township Roads 



Norri?, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,668 48 

Atthill. E.. gravel 99 60 

Garveau, H., " 4 65 

Lapensee, E., gravel 11 10 



Venne, A., plank 

Woods, R. R., explosives. 



5 65 
68 GO 



2,857 48 



Capreol Township Roads 



Bigras, N., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Chenier. Dominic, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Denis, Louis, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Dubois, A., repairs to machinery 

Lelievre, A., cedar 

Forget, Demain, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 115 50 

Wages of workmen 890 00 

L'Arbre, Adelard, overseer at 

3.50 per diem 35 00 

Wages of workmen 165 25 

L'Arbre, Jules, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 42 00 



54 


00 


146 


10 


31 


50 


219 


00 


70 


00 


231 


00 


6 


25 


4 


75 



Wages of workmen 158 GO 

Leduc, A., overseer at 3.50 per 
diem, 35.00; wages of workmen, 
265.50; 300.50; less balance un- 
paid, 100.50 200 00 

Orser, Wm., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 52 50 

Wages of workmen 241 50 

Pharand, Geo., overseer at 3.50 per 

per diem 203 GO 

Wages of workmen 897 75 

St. Jean, Thos., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 21 GO 

Wages of workmen 130 GO 

St. Michel, Xa\ner, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 50 75 

Wages of workmen 149 70 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,804 24 



Garden Township Roads 

McXab, C. A., explosives. 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen . . . . 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,131 25 

Auston, X. F., cedar 5 40 

Mullett, C. W., explosives 27 00 



Cardwell Township Road 

Crawford, Alex., explosives. 
697 50 

Cardiff Township Roads 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. . 



4,114 55 

3 73 
1,807 97 

3 53 
701 03 

3 20 
1,166 85 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 485 00 



Cardiff Township, Burleigh Road 

Sundry persons, tools, cedar, etc. 



Carling Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 816 60 

.\rgue, D., explosives 63 75 

Beatty, Wm., Co., Ltd., shovels 4 20 



Fenn, A. X., explosives 

Johnston, D., sharpening drills.. 



Carlow Township Road 

Brown, F. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 552 00 Whvte, J., gravel. 

Kennedy, B., gravel 33 GO 

Mackay, Thos., gravel 11 40 



16 54 



501 54 



19 60 

2 30 



906 45 



4 62 



601 02 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 55 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Carnarvon Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Sinclair, G., gravel 42 30 

Wages of workmen 2,458 78 Sundry persons, tools, etc 8 01 

McDonald, S., plank 10 50 

McFarlane, Wm.. bridge cover- 2,524 54 

ing ■ 4 95 

Cartier Township Road 

Ferguson, R., overseer at 3.50 per Wages of workmen 229 00 

diem 35 00 

264 00 

Casey Township Roads 1922 Accounts) 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: Woods, R. R., tools, etc 25 07 

Wages of workmen 1,341 12 

Rheault, A., gravel and timber. 33 95 1,482 14 

St. Onge, G., timber 35 00 Less advance, 1922 1,368 29 

Williamson, R. G., rods 5 00 

Williamson, W., gravel 42 00 113 85 

Casey Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: Young, Wm., gravel 27 20 

Wages of workmen 2,922 53 

St. Georges, O., gravel 26 25 2,984 48 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 8 50 

Casimir Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Sundry persons, cedar, gravel, 

Wages of workmen 1,693 20 etc 17^90 

1,711 10 

Cavendish Township Roads 

Tucker, Wm., paymaster: wages of workmen 100 25 

Chaffey Township Roads 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: McGregor, A. E., & Co., ex- 

Wages of workmen 995 78 plosives 5 24 

1,001 02 
Chandos Township Roads 

Tucker, Wm., paymaster: Sundry persons, gravel, tools, etc 50 64 

Wages of workmen 1,252 23 ~ 

Chapleau Township Roads 

Brunette, M., overseer at 3.50 Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., grader 165 00 

per diem 120 00 Postage 4 71 

Wages of workmen 1,485 00 ~ 

Austin & Nicholson, lumber. ... 1,170 18 3,005 65 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 60 76 

Chapman Township Road (1922 Account) 
Orr, J., paymaster : balance 1922 account 22 41 



E56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Chapman Township Roads 

Whitelock, P. J., explosives 11 05 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 386 55 

Bird, R. H., spikes 2 50 

Chlsholm Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Sundry 

Wages of workmen 5,176 04 cedar. 

McCloskey, L. L., explosives. . . 181 38 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 13 20 



400 10 



persons, gravel and 



39 14 



Christie Township Roads 
Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 835 50 

Argue, D., explosives 49 00 

Beaton, A., cedar 25 80 

Bethune, A. A., cedar 39 00 

Can. Nat. Rys., freight 1 63 



Forbes, L., plank 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. 
Thompson, A. B., lumber. 



Clarendon and Miller, Trout Lake Road 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Dunham, Chas., cedar. 

Wages of workmen 2,109 19 Stubbels, Geo., cedar. . 

Brouse, J., explosives, etc 10 05 

Derue, J. J., explosives 24 99 

Cobden, Blind River, Parkinson and Patton Trunk Road 



5,409 


76 


22 
14 
12 


50 
76 
40 


1,000 59 


8 
3 


00 
00 



2,155 23 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3, 

Arnill, L., provisions 

Brathwaite, F. Y. W., hardware, 

explosives, etc 

Breckenridge, Wm., hay 

Cameron, A., blacksmithing. . . . 

Carlyle, J., hemlock 

Carlyle, T., provisions 

Christelaw, H. B., provisions . . . 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Eaker, V., hemlock 

Fraser, L., provisions 



,823 


85 


309 


80 


297 


25 


22 


56 


17 


95 


75 


00 


18 


19 


46 


80 


2 


67 


27 


50 


95 


35 



Grigg, A., hay . ... 49 00 

Grigg, T., provisions 508 69 

Jeffrey, B., " 19 00 

McFadden, J J., Ltd., lumber.. 20 00 

Nizanaba, Alex., gravel 59 50 

Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., plow 63 20 

Seguis, J., gravel 8 20 

Shamas, M. A., provisions 367 73 

Solomon Bros., " 224 16 

TuUoch, A., hay 24 00 

Wallace, P., jammer block 9 30 



6,089 70 



Cobden Township Road 

ar ey, J., paymaster, wages of men 877 26 

" ' ■ 25 22 



Braithwaite, F. Y. W., explosives. 



Cockburn Island Township Roads 



Vanraeer, J. E., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen 



649 00 



Smith, E. J., tools. 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,956 

Bigras, A., rent of plow 5 

Chartrand, W., rent of scraper. . 4 

Desmarais, T. N., tools, etc 72 



Cosby Township Roads 

Duval, E., gravel , 
Mayer, E., cedar. 



Daoust, P., explosives. 



79 
75 
25 
20 
13 00 



Mayer, Oscar, rent of scraper. , 
Sundry persons, tools, etc 



902 48 



2 00 



651 


00 


37 35 
17 00 

5 75 
21 43 



2,133 52 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen . . . . 



Cosby and Delamere Township Roads 

Desmarais, T. N., tools, etc. 
184 00 



17 25 
201 25 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



EST 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc.^Continued 

Crerar Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,050 24 

Benard, T., cedar 8 20 

Chenier, C, " 3 20 

Frood, A., tools, etc 8 50 

Gaulard, H., explosives 44 56 

Liboiron, J., cedar 26 00 



Mageau Lumber Co., Ltd., 

lumber 

Quenneville, J. A., tools 

Veillette, H. A., spikes 



24 


00 


42 


08 


6 


50 



2,213 28 



Creighton Township Roads 



Grattan, L., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 87 50 

Wages of workmen 412 20 

Mills, Robt., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 66 50 

Wages of workmen 415 50 

Postage 80 

Vaillancourt, A. B., tools, etc.. . 17 00 
Reaume, R., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 28 00 

Wages of workmen 1 72 50 



Tremblay, E. T., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 28 45 

Wages of workmen 253 50 



Sundry persons, tools, etc. 

Vaillancourt, A. B., explosives. . 
Walker, J. S., overseer at 3.50 per 
diem, 59.50; wages of work- 
men, 313.25; postage, 1.00; 
373.75; less advanced, 1922, 
240.00 



Crosby South Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Smith, Frank G , balance of account 



6 00 
12 05 



133 75 



1.633 75 



20 21 



Crosby South Township Roads 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,547 14 



Burtch, B., gravel. 

Burtch, F., " 

Bysam, G., tile 

Henderson, B. N., gravel. 
Hutchings, C., " . 

Kenny, M., " . 



52 20 

13 80 

14 50 
25 00 
52 10 
11 50 



Kerr, W., gravel 

Sundry persons, supplies. 
Timlin, Mrs. T., gravel. . 

Postage 

White, J., gravel 



Crosby North Township Roads 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,006 05 

Batting, J., gravel 59 00 

Donnelly, P. B., explosives 8 92 

James Bros., explosives 20 50 

McCann, R. P., gravel 63 00 



Mooney, M. E., cedar. . . . 
Postage and bank charges. 
Sundry persons, tools, etc. 



41 


70 


1 


10 


5 


00 




46 


10 


00 


1,774 


50 



3 00 
90 

15 65 



2,177 02 



Dalhousie Township Roads 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,767 07 

Canada Co., gravel 

Creighton, J., " 

Ferguson, A., " 

Geddes, D., " 

McNicol, R., " 

Park, A. E., explosives 

Paul, J., gravel 



12 50 
11 10 

15 70 
26 75 

16 00 

13 70 

14 00 



Paul, R. R., gravel 

Pollock, McD., explosives, etc. 

Stewart, J., gravel 

Stewart, R., tile 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. ... 
Postage 



35 


80 


12 


65 


25 


00 


1 


80 


1 


75 




90 



1,954 72 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen 



Dalton Township Roads 

Nicholson, B., culverts. 
933 25 



69 65 



1,002 90 



E58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Dalton Township, West Boundary Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Central Hardware, pulley 75 

Wages of workmen 499 2vS 

500 00 
Dana Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: wages of workmen 301 25 

Darling Township Roads 

Moss, H. L., paymaster: McGill, W. M., gravel 41 88 

Wages of workmen 461 50 

503 38 
Dawson Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Less advance, 1922 190 00 

Wages of workmen 194 99 

4 99 



Dawson Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 751 61 Prentice, J., lumber 10 50 

Bromley, Geo., lumber 13 05 

Joyce, C, gravel 27 10 802 26 

Delamere Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Cosby-Martland Co-operative 

Wages of workmen 495 25 Co., Ltd., shovels 5 10 

Legendre, A., accountable 89 65 

590 

Denbigh Township Roads C1922 Account) 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 195 50 Less advance, 1922 149 00 

Black Donald Graphite Co., ex- 

plosives 3 20 

Hunter, J., explosives, etc 2 05 51 75 

200 75 

Denbigh Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Edwards, F., explosives. . . . 

Wages of workmen 847 61 Head, B., " 

Adams, K. G., tools, etc 13 50 Pringle, J. A., scraper 

Ball, J. W., cedar 10 00 Ready, A., cartage 

Both, Chas, sharpening drills. . . 5 55 

Chatson, O., explosives 8 72 915 88 

Denlson Township Roads 

Gauthier, D., overseer, at 3.50 per Wages of workmen 182 25 

diem 17 50 

199 75 

Desert Lake Road 

Meader, C. H., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 4,273 61 Freeman, A. B., gravel, etc 4 60 

Asselstine, H., livery 10 00 Judge, F., blacksmithing, etc. . . 12 44 

Card, J. E., cartage, etc 64 00 Keech, S., gravel 30 65 

County of Frontenac, tile 48 55 Martin, C. W., tile 18 50 

Craig, T. H., cement 1125 Postage 4 00 

Dalton,W. B., & Son, explosives, Smith, I. L., tool box 4 75 

tools, etc 51 1 48 

Davy, Chas., rod 50 4,994 33 



5 


40 


7 


60 


14 


50 


3 


00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E59 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Digby Township Roads 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: wages of workmen 500 00 



Dill Township Roads 



Boileau, M., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 21 00 

Wages of workmen 30 00 

Bouchard, Alex., overseer at 

3.50 per diem 38 50 

Wages of workmen 162 00 

Postage 45 

Charon, I., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 17 50 

Wages of workmen 69 00 

Charon, I., cedar 13 60 

Fulkoskie, A., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 28 00 



Wages of workmen 81 00 

Laino, A., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 96 25 

Wages of workmen 332 50 

Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

explosives 60 55 

O'Brien, Jas., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 90 65 

Wages of workmen 409 20 

1,450 20 



Dorset and Minden Trunk Road 



Reid, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 12, 

Aldington, H. A. J., creosote, etc. 

Anderson, G. E., sharpening 
drills 

Art Metropole, stationery 

Beatty, J., provisions, 19.25; 
laundering, 30.00 

Beatty, R., provisions 

Blair, J., cartage, 46.50; lumber, 
557.40 

Bowson, X., use of horse 

Boyd, J., provisions 

Burk, C. W., hardware 

Buck, C. W., provisions 

Burk, C. H., tools, etc 

Carnoehem, H., provisions 

Clayton, D. W., provisions, roof- 
ing, etc 

Connell, B., washing blankets . . . 

Cooper, A., provisions 

Coulter, Archie, lumber, 232.79; 
provisions, 6.86 

Coulter, Mrs. L., board of men . . 

Craft, T., provisions 

Deacon, Geo., " 

Ecclestone, Geo., Ltd., explosives 

Foy, J., provisions 

Fry, R., blacksmithing 

Goldie, R., chain, etc 

Hamilton, W. B., Shoe Co., rub- 
ber boots 

Harrison, M., provisions 

Hartle, D. J., " 1, 

Hartwick, J., " 

Hewitt, J., lumber, 50.80; pro- 
visions, 28.00 



707 


42 


85 


00 


17 


95 


8 


45 


49 


25 


6 


00 


603 


90 


12 


19 


22 


80 




83 


139 


53 


11 


45 


17 


38 


144 00 


25 


00 


34 


10 


239 


65 


18 


65 


6 


00 


2 


00 


208 


00 


12 


04 


1 


75 


1 


95 


7 


47 


46 


89 


,974 


59 


16 


00 



Hewitt, M., provisions 

Hewitt, G., " 

Jones, T., & Son " 

Keers, D., " 

Kent, M., " 

Kent, Mrs. S. L., " 

Kernahan, A. S., " 

Lockman, E. W., lights, etc. . . . 

MacKay, Angus, lumber 

McKey, M. P., provisions 

Mason, A. E., lumber 

Moore, W. J., axe handles 

Oliver, R., provisions 

Peterborough Hdw. Co., supplies 

Prentice, M. L., provisions 

Pritchard, L., " 

Rice, Lewis & Son, tools 

Rogers, E. A., provisions 

Rivers, J., " 

Rogers, T.H.,& Son " 

Ross, D. A., " 

Stevens, C, " 

Stevens, M., board of men 

Postage 

Telegrams and bank exchange. . 
Transportation, board, freight, 

and cartage 

Upton, L., provisions 

Walker, M. H., provisions 

Walker, T., " 

Welch, J., tools, etc 

Welch, S. W., provisions 

Wood, F. B., " 

Wood, T. J., rent of storehouse. . 
Wright, F. B., provisions 



78 80 



26 


25 


16 


78 


378 


00 


70 


13 


9 


04 


8 


75 


5 


56 


5 


72 


42 


75 


267 


60 


131 


13 


3 


00 


5 


75 


; 223 


19 


4 


50 


26 


63 


49 


54 


679 


94 


12 


38 


251 


05 


13 


26 


11 


00 


77 


00 


21 


53 


6 


11 


386 


57 


4 


33 


25 


99 


12 


88 


134 


21 


481 


87 


2 


50 


35 


00 


4 00 


19,932 


98 



E60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Douglas and Denbigh Trunk Road 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,180 74 

Adams, J., blacksmithing 34 50 

Andrews, A., hardware 2 40 

Beach, J., rent of concrete mixer . 17 00 

De^•ine & Legree, cement, etc.. . . 283 35 

Foster Bros., cement, tools, etc. 327 40 

Frankhn Estate, suppHes 7 17 

French, G. M., timber 41 50 



Pilon, J., cedar 

Richards, H., lumber 

Riley, T., scraper, etc 

Searson, T., stone 

Wren, J., " 

Walsh, M., damage to crops. 



7 


00 


53 


11 


10 


30 


50 


00 


50 


00 


15 


00 



4,079 47 



Dowling Township Roads 



Avery, J., overseer at 3.50 per diem 63 00 

Wages of workmen 89 25 

Beaudry, Alex., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 35 00 

Wages of workmen 165 00 

Postage 50 

Simmons, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 63 00 



Wages of workmen 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd. 

plosives 

Winsor, Geo. H., tools, etc. . 



208 50 

17 33 
11 00 



652 58 



Draper Township Roads 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 982 50 

Gravenhurst Hardware Co., ex- 
plosives 13 75 



McNeise, J. W., cedar. 



5 00 



1,001 25 



Draper and Macaulay Townline 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,369 21 

Ecclestone, G. W., Ltd., explo- 
sives and tools 87 95 

Gavin, A. J., explosives 26 72 

Gray, H., " 31 50 



Hamilton, A., use of plow. 
Macdonald, Wm., stone. 
Whaley, R. H., rods 



9 


00 


25 


00 


2 


00 



2,551 38 



Dryden Township Roads 



Carr, H., overseer at 3.50 per diem.. 49 00 
Wages of workmen 781 50 



Burton, W. J., cedar. 
Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

explosives 

Forsey, F., cedar 

Henry, F., repairs to plow, etc. . . 

Logan, W. M., cedar 

Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., tools... . 
Municipality of Neelon and 

Garson, reni; of grader 

O'Brady, Mrs., cedar 



12 60 



13 


65 


13 


00 


20 


25 


35 


50 


7 


56 


4 


50 


59 


90 



Postage 50 

Land, Wm., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 56 00 

Wages of workmen 144 00 

Piehl, Paul, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 33 25 

Wages of workmen 66 90 

Ralph, Geo., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 54 25 

Wages of workmen 147 00 

1,499 36 



Dungannon Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,120 25 Mullett, Chas. W., tools and 

Anderson, R. J., gravel 3 00 explosives 

Ccnlin, h. T., explosives 2 05 Towes, Wm., gravel and cedar. . 

Detlor, W.E., & Co. " 14 00 Winter, G., gravel 

Hall, W., gravel 15 90 

Hawkins, J., Jr., cedar 20 00 



8 41 
11 20 
10 00 



1,204 81 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E61 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Dunnett Township Roads 



I.egendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 993 07 

Daoust, F., gravel 12 53 

Deferge, J., timber 5 50 

Deguire, O., cedar 19 20 

Gaudette, J., cedar and gravel. . 38 80 



Gauthier, J., gravel 20 90 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 19 93 

Legendre, A., accountable 339 20 



1,450 00 



Dymond Township Roads (1922 Account) 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,532 31 



Bodley, F. J., gravel. 
Broughton, J. W., lumber. 

Cadman, G., gravel 

Macdonald, D., gravel. . . . 

Parker, R., plank 

Peckover, E., gravel 



131 40 

9 35 

22 50 

38 28 

3 42 

56 40 



Peckover, J., timber. 
Plante, J., gravel. . . 



15 75 
33 20 



2,842 61 
Less accountable, 1922 2,750 72 



91 89 



Dymond Township Roads 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

W'ages of workmen 4,630 31 



Andrews, A., posts. 

Ball, C., gravel 

Bowen, W., lumber 

Brown, W., plank 

Broughton, J., cedar 

Dilley, F., gravel 

Dymond, Municipality of, timber 

Freeman, J., gravel 

Lariviere, P., " 

Levine, A., bolts 



2 60 



10 


25 


9 


52 


10 


00 


10 


24 


92 


00 


15 


55 




75 


49 


75 


4 


50 



McLean, J. R., lumber 6 00 

Norris, T. J., steel culverts 233 30 

Plant, J., gravel 

Rodley, F. J., gravel 

Reynolds, D. D., stone 

Urechuck, A., timber 

Walsh, Geo., plank 

Welbourne, J., spikes 

Woods, R. R., explosives, etc. 



38 


60 


96 


25 


4 


50 


79 


32 


66 


00 


1 


40 


12 


96 



5,373 80 



Eastnor Township Roads 

Craig, D. G., paymaster: wages of workmen 



600 00 



Elzevir Township Roads 

Genereaux, J., gravel. 



13 40 



Brown, F. E., paymaster: 

W'ages of workmen 193 00 

206 40 

Espanola, Lee Valley Trunk Road 

Vanmeer, J, E., paymaster : wages of workmen 1, 001 25 



Johnson, J. W., overseer, at 3.50 

per diem 98 00 

Wages of workmen 102 00 



Fairbank Lake Road 

Postage. 



20 



200 20 



Falconer Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster:' Purcell, M., rent of tools. 

Wages of workmen 360 00 

Desmarais, T. M., tools 7 00 

Vaillancourt & Daoust, expio- - Less balance unpaid, 

sives 15 75 



17 25 



400 00 
100 00 

300 00 



E62 



PUBLIC ACCOUxNTS 



No. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
COLONIZATION ROADS -Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Faraday Township Roads 



Brown, F. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 737 30 

Moreland, Chas. T., gravel 29 90 

Plunkett, J., " 15 90 



Postage 

Sundry persons, cedar, etc. 



2 
20 



803 4 



Fenwick Township Roads 



McMullen, B. R., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 873 12 

A. C.&H. Bay Ry., freight 50 

Sundry- persons, cedar, tools, etc. 27 20 



McMullen, B. R., accountable. 



649 1 



1,550 



Orr, J., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen. 



Ferrie Township Roads 

Gibson, R. G., gravel. 
628 75 



71 3 



700 



Ferris Township Roads 



Rochefort, P., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 7,99-1 27 

Bell, J. H., explosives 30 50 

Corbeill, M., sharpening tools. . . 3 00 

Cochrane Hdw. Co., explosives . 15 88 

Depencier, J. L., " . 1 20 

Flannery, M. W., " . 1 50 



Hovey, Geo., sharpening tools. 

Latuliffe, Paul, gravel 

Morrison, G. K., explosives. . 
Sundry persons, tools, etc. . . . 



2 2 
12 
11 2 
17 1 



8,088 8 



Firstbrook Township Roads 
Xorris, T. J., paymaster: wages of workmen 



848 5 



Foley Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 359 40 Postage. 

Beatty, Wm., Co., Ltd., tools.. . 18 40 

Johnson, C, timber. . .- 2171 



399 7 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 958 01 



Franklin Township Roads 

Hern Hdw., Ltd., explosives. ... 43 7 



1,001 7 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 676 50 

Hunniger, J., explosives 17 35 



Freeman Township Roads 

Scharter, J. W., sharpening drills 6 4 



700 3 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 185 90 

Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts. . . 80 83 



Frontenac Trunk Road (1922 Account) 

Less accountable, 1922. 



266 73 



112 3 



154 3 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E63 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 



Frontenac Trunk Road 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 4,653 83 



Bertrim, E., gravel. 

Cowdy, N. H., tile 

C. P. Ry., freight 

Cronk, M., & Son, explosives. 
Derne, J., Jr., " 

Gray, J., gravel 

Houston Co., Ltd., coal 

Howes, Alex., gravel 

Loucks, W. M., cedar 

Marshal, J. A., gravel 

Monds. W., " 



35 10 
18 90 

3 43 
45 25 
11 80 
35 00 

5 00 
51 90 
10 00 
20 38 

1 50 



McGregor, Chas. steel, etc 

Ore Chimney Mining Co., ex 

plosives 

Pringle, J. A., explosives, 7.85 

scraper and plow, 66.50 

Pringle, W. W., accountable. . . . 

Smith, J. M., explosives 

Simoultt, W. H., coal 

Transportation, etc 

Whiteman, J., coal 

Wormworth, Wm., gravel 



23 65 
48 10 



74 


35 


2,357 


09 


50 90 


5 


GO 


3 


00 


12 


37 


33 


45 



7,500 00 



Galbraith Township Roads 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,492 23 

Alkenbrack, R., explosives 5 00 

Dixon, Wm,, gravel 25 00 

Dunn, A. B., cedar 3 99 

Kinahan, P., cedar 18 88 



Lundy, R., gravel 

Moor, Geo., bolts 

Sinclair, E., gravel and cedar. 



3 


20 


4 


80 


46 


76 



1,599 86 



Tucker, Wm., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Hopkins, Mark, Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Maguire, V., lumber 



Galway Township Roads 



761 30 

3 40 

25 50 



Parkin, W. F., timber. . . . 
Tucker, Wm., accountable. 



17 56 

42 24 



850 00 



Garson Township Roads 



O'Neill, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Ruff, Geo., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 



84 00 

216 00 

20 

80 50 
324 00 



Fowler Hdw., Ltd., axe handles, 

etc 3 00 

Thurston, J., repairing scraper. . 2 50 

Postage 50 



710 70 



Carr, H., overseer at 3.50 per diem. 91 00 

Wages of workmen 914 25 



Garson, McLennan and Wahnapitae Road 
Postage 



Gibbons Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 912 56 

Aubin, J., gravel 8 50 

Heubert, N. O., cedar, etc 9 40 

Lalonde, D., gravel 8 60 

Mageau Lumber Co., hemlock.. 32 00 



Minard, A., gravel 

Quenneville, J. A., scraper, etc. 
Sundry persons, tools, etc 



50 



1,005 75 



22 


50 


18 


30 


17 


75 



1,029 61 



Gladstone Township Roads 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,517 93 



Arnill, L., tools, etc. 

Chisholm, J. F., plow 

Eaket, V., gravel 

Grigg, Thos., tools, etc 

Hope Lumber Co., explosives, 



17 10 
22 00 
50 20 
7 81 
28 00 



Robinson, J., gravel. 
Rowan, Wm., " 
Schultz, J., tools, etc. 
Wormick, N., gravel . 



76 


10 


28 


40 


4 


30 


28 


40 



3,780 24 



9 P.A. 



E64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

(iOnstruction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc.- Continued 

Glamorgan Township Roads 

Sundry persons, explosives, etc. . 12 15 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 947 38 

Lake, H. M., iS; Son, explosives. . 33 75 



993 28 



Glamorgan Township, Buclihorn Roads 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 477 50 

Henderson, K. H., & Co., ex- 
plosives 20 10 



Stoughton, W. J., drill. 



1 25 



498 85 



Gordon Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,653 00 

Beauge, G., timber 2 40 

Blackburn, J., gravel 25 65 

Donaldson, L., timber and gravel 28 26 



McLean, A., gravel 
Noble, J., " . 



01 20 
43 05 



1,813 56 



Goulais Bay Road, Pennifather Township 



B. R. McMullen, paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,438 50 

Bedford, E. L., shovels 

Blain, J. G., medical supplies.. . 

Cochrane Hdw. Co., camp sup- 
plies 

I-)avies, H. W., provisions 

Hesson, W. J. & Co., roofing, etc. 

Hinsperger Harness Co., blankets 

Hussey-Ferrier A^eat Co., Ltd., 
provisions 



19 


50 


6 


15 


57 


65 


103 


67 


20 


76 


144 


50 



Janakka, W., livery hire 8 00 

Magill, T. H., cartage 16 00 

McEachren, D., range 10 00 

Northern Feed & Seed Co., hay 

and oats '. 287 44 

Parker, C. R., provisions 575 45 

Scott, Chas, cartage 7 00 

Somes, K. H., provisions 12 00 



5 38 



2,712 00 



Gould Township Roads 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1 ,585 09 

Bridge Bros., tools, etc 54 80 

Sidock, J. F., blacksmithing. ... 46 75 



Williton, R., gravel 



40 00 



1,726 64 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Johnston, D. R., gravel.. . 
Lavoie, J., rent of ditcher. 
Major, E., explosives 



Grant Township Roads 



719 00 
19 50 
10 00 
15 00 



Olmstead, H., cedar. 
Rivet, J., cedar 



20 00 

21 00 



S04 50 



Grassett Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: wages of workmen 947 95 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 993 50 



Grattan Township Roads 

Donohue, P., gravel. 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1 ,086 00 

Postage 50 



Griffith and Matawatchan Township Roads 

Teeples, S., explosives. 



00 



1,000 50 



17 00 



1,003 50 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E65 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Gurd Township Roads 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,494 12 

McCloskey, L. L., explosives. . . 56 91 



24 15 



1,575 18 



Haddo Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster : wages of workmen 400 00 



Hagar Township Roads 



Chamberlain, E., overseer at v^.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Constantineau, Eli, overseer at 

3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Doyle, M., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Kerwin, Garrett, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Labelie, T., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Williams, 0., hook 

Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Annes, J., gravel 

McDonald, S. R., overseer at 

3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

McLean, A. G., overseer at 3.50 
per diem, 28.00; wages of 
workmen, 144.00; postage, 
.25; — 172.25, less balance un- 
paid, 22.25 

•VIcPhee, Malcolm, overseer at 

3.50 per diem 

Wages of workmen 



45 


50 


156 


00 


21 


00 


78 


00 




25 


24 


50 


126 


00 




25 


24 


50 


126 


00 




25 


17 


85 


179 


25 




25 


2 


65 


189 


50 


10 


50 


49 00 


250 


50 




50 



150 00 

36 40 
263 10 



Postage and bank charges 95 

Paquette, G., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 47 07 

Wages of workmen 302 40 

Postage 53 

Prieur, Joseph, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 63 00 

Wages of workmen . ; 423 00 

Roy, H. H., explosives 23 50 

Roy, N., spikes 45 

Postage 25 

Prieur, P. E., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 28 00 

Wages of workmen 159 00 

Can. Explosives, Ltd., explosives 10 77 

C.P.R. Co., freight 50 

Fowler Hdw. Co., explosives.. . . 2 50 

Postage 25 

Vaillancourt, Ed., overseer at 

3.50 per diem 31 50 

Wages of workmen 263 40 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 4 55 

Postage 25 

Williams, Oliver, overseer at 

3.50 per diem 26 25 

Wages -of workmen 1 22 50 

Miron, A., axe-handle 55 

Postage 20 

Wright, Chas., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 45 50 

Wages of workmen 157 50 

Postage 50 



3.466 62 



Hagar, Hawley and Laughlin Township Roads 



Brown, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

Jackson, J., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 

McDonald, A. D., overseer at 
3.50 per diem 



26 


2S 


172 


50 




25 


56 


00 


243 


00 




45 



Wages of workmen 

Crabarger, J., cedar 

Postage 

McMaster, J., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Postage 



251 


75 


10 


00 


■» 


50 


42 


00 


157 


50 




25 



43 75 



1,004 20 



Ilagarty and Richa,rds Township Roads 



Moss, fl. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,884 01 

Roland, T. A., explosives 23 10 



Blank, P., explosives 13 00 

Cashabeck, A., " 21 75 

Cybulskie, v., sharpening tools . 17 25 



1 80 
22 40 
10 00 



E66 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — ('ontinued 

Hafearty and Richards Township Roads — Continued 

Moss, H. X. , paymaster — Continued Postage 

Data, T., use of plow, etc 5 15 Shasbock, V., cedar. 

Finucane, T.. cedar 26 25 \isneskie, F., gravel 

Hokum, H., lumber 5 50 

Kuehi, H., gravel 5 00 3,035 21 

Hallani Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Webbwood, Hdw., tools, etc... . 6 50 

Wages of workmen 1,813 37 

Antlanen, K., gravel 52 80 1,944 17 

Hunt, W., " 33 00 Less balance unpaid 44 17 

Lachance, A., gravel 14 50 

McKnight & Son, plank 24 00 1,900 00 

Hanmer Township Roads 

Brebant, F., overseer at 3.50 per Harrison, Oliver, overseer at 

diem 42 00 3.50 per diem 17 50 

Wages of workmen 162 00 Wages of workmen 82 50 

Chevrette, M., overseer at 3.50 Lajambe, L., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 14 00 per diem 21 00 

Wages of workmen 34 50 Wages of workmen 179 10 

Chevrette. E., lumber, 71.51; Menard, H., overseer at 3.50 per 

stone, 30.00 10151 diem 99 75 

Farand, A., overseer at 3.50 per Wages of workmen 1,901 59 

diem 70 00 Quesnel, B., overseer at 3.50 per 



42 


00 


162 


00 


14 


00 


34 


50 


101 


51 


70 


00 


930 


00 


21 


00 


78 


90 


31 


50 


69 


25 



Wages of workmen 930 00 diem 63 00 

Hansen, Jas., overseer at 3.50 „.'^Y^^''^?^ workmen ... 339 00 

per diem 21 00 R'cher, H., overseer at 3.50 per 

...J c ^ -Q nn o'em 21 UU 

Wages of workmen /8 90 ^.^^^^ ^^ workmen 78 00 

Charboneau, J., overseer at 3.50 Postage 23 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 69 25 4,357 3 3 

Hantner Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Foucoult, Art, overseer: balance of account 8 00 

Hardy and McConkey Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,032 37 Kidd, C. P., tools 5 25 

Argue, D., explosives 19 00 Wagner, A. P., explosives 8 25 

Clapperton, A. W., tools, etc . . . 8 59 

Kelsey, E. H., tools 25 30 1,098 76 

Harvey Township Roads 

Tucker, Wm., pavments: Irwin, A., gravel 

Wages of workmen 1,881 92 Mcintosh, J.. R., gravel 

Allen, H. R., gravel U 40 Pluard, H., cedar 

Beatty, J., cedar 3 50 „ , 

Humphries, H., gravel, etc 60 75 1,997 73 

Harley Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., pavmaster : Holmes, J., plank 30 52 

Wages of workmen 2,789 14 Ohlman, C, cedar 10 00 

Arnold, Wm., gravel 5 25 Plant, J., gravel 1180 

Cornish, S., " 3 45 Sundry persons, spikes, etc 10 10 

Cragg, T. E., plank 144 48 

Dickinson, W., gravel 15 00 3,019 74 



14 


60 


22 


56 


3 


00 



77 


49 


23 


00 


23 


20 


47 


25 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 67 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

Frontenac Trunk Road— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Harris Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1 ,413 79 Webster, J., gravel 44 20 

Buck, R., cedar 4 25 Woods, R. R., spikes 140 

Burk, E., " 16 00 

Coutts, A., culvert 115 00 1,703 84 

Dutrigal, R., gravel 67 95 Less accountable, 1922 1,517 36 

Freeman , Jas., gravel 14 75 

McDonald, D., " 26 50 186 48 

Harris Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 5,026 50 Smith, J.," gravel 

Ball, C, gravel 18 75 Stewart, J. R., " 

Cademan, Geo. B., gravel 64 75 Webster, J., lumber 

Dertrizac, R., " 25 65 Wilson, F., gravel 

Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber. 6 00 

McDonald, D., gravel 128 00 3,440 59 

Haviland Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: accountable 1,500 00 

Head Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: wages of workmen 803 75 

Henvey Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Boucher, J., use of tools 12 00 

Wages of workmen 481 00 

493 00 

Henwood Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,564 53 Jov, Albert, gravel 2 00 

Crowder, H., lumber 20 18 Sauvev, F. L., lumber 23 04 

Dowzer, A., " 12 46 Woods, R. R., explosives, etc . . . 19 86 

Feld, A. C, sills, etc 20 90 

Johnston, Thos. A., sills, etc 15 45 1,678 42 

Hllliard Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,729 09 Tucker, (;. W., lumber 13 00 

Bowman, D. E., use of scrapers. 3 50 \'eley, W., " 16 88 

Carleton, E., timber 19 98 Woods, R. R., explosives 38 80 

Deline, H., blacksmithing 7 00 

Dickinson, W., gravel 43 05 2.887 90 

Gaudreault, A., rent of plows. . . 5 00 Less accountable, 1922 2,839 51 

Keller, G., timber 10 00 

Stubbs, W. J., gravel 1 60 48 39 

Hilliard Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: Stulibs, R., gravel 3 50 

Wages of workmen 2,207 93 Stubbs, W. J. " 9 30 

Bowman, O. E., use of scraper.. 2 00 Veley, W., timber 36 30 

Ethier, A., gravel 9 00 ■ Webb, N., gravel 17 00 

Foster, W. H., " 25 50 Voung, J. H.. timber 12 00 

Cialike, N., " 23 60 

Rummefield, T." 9 30 2,355 43 



E68 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

(Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Hilton Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,022 65 Trainor, W. J., plank 41 33 

Hilton Beach, hardware explo- 

sives 118 43 2,182 41 

Himsworth North Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,623 00 McCloskey, L. L., explosives. . . 66 68 

Arnott, J. W., repairing scraper. 5 85 '■ — 

Lamathe, A., powder 6 50 1,702 03 

Himsworth South Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: McCloskey, L. L., explosives, etc. 23 03 

Wages of workmen 952 25 Ricker, J. L., blacksmithing. ... 3 35 

Bray Lumber Co., lumber 13 72 

Legassie, C, cedar 4 00 996 35 

Hinchinbrooke Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 454 98 Robson, W. H., gravel 

Dillon, P. A., explosives 2 45 Transportation, etc 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., ex- 
plosives 33 35 

County of Frontenac, tile 15 84 Less accountable, 1922. . 

Fisher, J. B., gravel 15 60 

Kennedy, M., " 106 80 101 10 

Hinchinbrooke Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Finn, E., lumber 5 35 

Wages of workmen 1,066 29 Kenny, M., gravel . 51 20 

Adnev, Wm., gravel 19 90 Royal Bank, exchange 75 

Campbell, E.,^ " 22 10 Swerbrick, Thos., cartage 12 00 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., ex- 

plosives 76 75 1,254 34 

Hodgins and Gaudette Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: McAulay, T. H., bolts 3 60 

Wages of workmen 1,924 37 Searchmont Lumber Co., Ltd., 

A. C, & Hudson Bay Ry., freight 1 25 supplies 1 25 

Cochrane Hdw. Co., shovels. .. . 21 00 

Flett, Geo., pail, etc 80 1,952 27 

Horton Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: wages of workmen 503 50 

Howland Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 916 49 Kingsboro & Baxter, cement 32 00 

Ashley, Wm., timber 32 50 Trotter, W. L., gravel 6 60 

Batman, Jr., gravel 14 30 

Eadie, Wm., ^" 10 00 1,01189 



14 
12 


75 
80 


656 

555 


57 
47 



50 


76 


25 


00 


87 


80 


41 


50 


5 


00 


35 


95 



7 


75 


2 


15 


20 


00 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E69 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Hudson Township Roads 

Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,302 70 McRae, C, gravel and cedar . . 

Bernard, J., gravel and lumber. . 87 35 Messenger, H., gravel 

Brimstead, R. C, gravel 14 80 Norris, T. J., steel culverts.. . . 

Church, L. C, " 56 05 Peckover, E., gravel 

Ferguson, Geo., " 19 20 Penson, H., plank 

Foley, Geo. E., " 29 75 Woods, R. R., explosives, etc.. . 

Garvreau, Thos., " 8 60 

Guinane, M. J., " 19 60 " 3,784 06 

Hugel Township, Hugel and Ratter Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,976 93 Roy, H. H., explosives. . . . 

Crampton, T. R., gravel 15 00 Sundry persons, tools, etc. 

Curry, E., lumber 2 00 Thibeault, A., gravel 

Lillie, Robt., explosives 25 80 

Montgomery, H., lumber 27 22 2,076 85 

Humphrey Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Fenn, A. N., coal, etc 2 30 

Wages of workmen 870 75 Huffman, F., gravel •. . 4 50 

Argue, D., explosives 37 50 Ross, A. E., cartage 6 00 

Atkinson, G. H., cartage 60 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., culverts. 93 00 1,014 65 

Hungerford Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 981 75 Postage and bank exchange 

Bird, R., gravel 21 50 Riley, W. M., gravel 

Coulter, S.,« 8 00 Sills, D. W., tile 

Fawcett, C. F., explosives 1 13 Sundrv persons, tools, etc. . 

Hinch, J., gravel 21 10 

Jordan, Geo. E., cedar 42 00 1,140 73 

Huntingdon Township Roads 

Wiggins, W. E., paymaster: Robertson, A. W., Ltd., gravel. 

Wages of workmen 597 00 Saylor, A. L., tile 

Emmerson, J., rent of plow 5 00 Spence, J., cedar 

Farrcll, L., gravel 14 00 

Morton. J., " 19 00 652 95 

Jennings Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Legendre, A., accountable 487 75 

Wages of workmen 302 25 

790 00 

.locelyn Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Dunn, D., gravel 30 40 

Wages of workmen 470 00 

500 40 

Johnston Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,291 61 " Robinson, R. C, tools, etc 2 25 

Bell, S., gravel 6 00 

Carter, J., & Son, tools 3 90 1,303 76 





90 


25 


70 


33 


00 


5 


65 



5 20 
8 75 
4 00 



E70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Joly Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 883 00 Webster, N., gravel 28 50 

McLean, J., gravel 34 00 

Sundry persons, grave! and cedar 7 91 953 41 

Kaladar Township Roads 

Fringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 575 88 Tyron, L., gravel 10 00 

Hughes, Wm., gravel 10 00 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 13 15 609 03 

Keboe Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: wages of workmen 301 25 

Kennebec Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,075 89 Less balance unpaid 45 03 

Dean, D. W., gravel 25 20 

Detlor, D. W., " 26 30 1.100 00 

Sundry persons, tools, cedar, etc. 17 64 

1,145 03 



Kerns Township Roads 



Norris, T. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,895 15 

Deering, H. F., timber 7 20 

Kirkley, F., gravel 32 00 

Kismack, H., plank 7 50 

McGee, J. F., bolts 8 64 



Patriguin, D. W., plank, 

Samis, J., gravel 

Tayboury, N. " 

Taylor, J. C, spikes .... 



11 


40 


22 


00 


9 


00 




50 



1,993 39 



Ku-kpatrlck Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,332 13 

Lapierre, A., gravel 34 20 

Legendre, A., accountable 234 51 

Legendre, A., culvert 21 28 

Lillie, R., explosives 20 53 

Miron, E., gravel 18 30 



Pelland R., gravel 

Paquette, P., " 

Pilon, F., plank 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. 
Valcourt, V., lumber 



16 


70 


8 


40 


14 


53 


37 


09 


12 


33 



1.750 00 



Korah Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,794 75 

Dawson, T. E., gravel 57 80 

Hunter, W. H., " 50 00 



McQueen, S. R., gravel. 



12 50 



1,915 05 



L'Amable to Maynooth Trunk Road 



Wiggins, W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,243 49 



Boyle, Geo., timber. 
Bruce, C, " . . ., . 

Burgess, E., gravel 

C. N. Ry., freight 

Conlin, H. F., explosives. 
Chatterton, J., lumber... 
Edwards, S. W., flooring. 
Flynn, P., explosives. . . . 
Goodwin, D., timber. . . . 

Hall, W., gravel 

Mayhew, E., " 



7 13 

4 80 

2 40 

3 74 
21 05 

8 32 

5 00 
40 66 

8 00 

6 80 
18 00 



McLean, C., cedar 

McFarlane, J. C., cedar 

Mullett, C. W., steel, etc 

McWhirter, S. B., gravel 

Rollins, C. S., scraper 

Trolley, Albert, gravel 

White, F., culvert covering 

Wiggins, M. E., fence 

Postage 

Sundry persons, cedar, tools, etc 



20 


40 


28 


80 


9 


60 


15 


50 


33 


00 


29 


28 


8 


40 


28 


00 


1 


65 


31 


71 



3,575 73 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E71 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS -Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Laird Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Gibson, F., gravel 23 70 

Wages of workmen 277 25 

300 95 

Laurier Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Trout Creek Stone Co., explo- 

Wages of workmen 484 00 sives 14 75 



498 75 



Lavant Township Roads 



Moss, H. X., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 554 50 Wales, G. W., explosives 14 50 

Ferguson, R. M., plowpoint .... 65 

Postage 36 570 01 

Laxton Township Roads 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Sundry persons, explosives, tools, 

Wages of workmen 1,133 09 etc 11 64 

Bryant, S., lumber 39 92 

Southern, W. S., cedar 13 75 1,198 40 

Laxton Township, Cameron Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Southern, A. J., accountable .... 250 00 

Wages of workmen 200 00 

450 00 

Limerick Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: Embury, Wm., gravel 9 00 

Wages of workmen 193 88 

202 88 



Lindsay Township Roads 



Craig, D. G., paymaster: Rouse, A., gravel 8 70 

Wages of workmen 1,1 16 88 West, J., wood 20 00 

Bartley, Chas., wood 29 00 . 

Goodfellow, W., gravel 26 90 1,201 48 

Loudon Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 12 75 

Wages of workmen 186 62 

199 37 
Lount Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,225 50 Rhenbottom, J., repairs to plow. 7 50 

John, A., gravel 20 40 Shortland, C. H., explosives 2 00 

Lahng, F., " • 18 00 

Michel, A., " 26 50 1,299 90 

Lorne Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,942 15 Edwards, H., pipes 32 00 

Cochrane Hardware Co., ex- 

plosives 57 45 2,03160 



E72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Lou^hrin Township Roads 

Kxiiier, August, overseer at 3.50 Stringer, Chas., overseer at .3.50 

per diem 38 50 per diem 28 00 

Wages 162 00 Wages of workmen 123 00 

Postage 25 

35t 75 

Loughboro Township Roads 

Pringlc, W. W., paymaster: Robert, J., explosives 55 85 

Wages of workmen 438 1 1 Postage 18 

Amey, D. W., plank 4 50 

Dunford, E., coal 1 20 499 84 

Louise Township Roads 

V'anmeer, J. ¥.., paymaster: wages of workmen 1,209 20 

Lutterworth Township Roads 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 17 82 

Wages of workmen 1,184 20 

Rivers, N., cedar, etc 9 00 1,21102 

Lumsden Township Roads 

Boivin, T., overseer at 3.50 per Wages of v/orkmen 260 00 

diem 2100 Postage 50 

Wages of workmen 131 00 Masse, L., overseer at 3.50 per 

Brisbois, P., overseer at 3.50 per diem 

diem 42 00 Wages of workmen 

Wages of workmen 270 00 Postage 

Couter, W. M., overseer at 3.50 Lefebre, Raoul, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 63 00 per diem 

Wages of workmen 437 50 Wages of workmen 

Postage 50 Postage 

Couter, Simon, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 38 50 1,470 50 

Lyell Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Tyrrell, F., cedar 42 60 

Wages of workmen 914 50 

Booth, J. R., explosives 38 80 995 90 

Macaulay Township Roads 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: Gray, H., explosives 

Wages of workmen 1,286 39 Morris, F., sharpening tools. 

Cooper, A., gravel 6 30 Orr, J. S., cedar 

Ecclestone, Geo. W., Ltd., ex- Whitten Co., Ltd., tools ... . 

plosives 10 53 

Flynn,C. B., explosives, etc 43 05 1.402 97 

Macdonald and Meredith Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Pinnell, R., plowshare 1 00 

Wages of workmen 748 50 

^ 749 50 

Machar Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Watson, R. J., & Son, timber.. . 6 00 

Wages of workmen 1,030 75 

Joy, C. W., gravel and timber.. 9 00 1,045 75 



14 00 


90 00 


50 


14 00 


87 50 


50 



34 


75 


3 


35 


16 00 


2 


60 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 73 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Madoc Township Roads 

Brown, F. E., paymaster: Fabear, J., gravel 11 80 

Wages of workmen 188 00 

199 80 

Mara Township Roads 

Hayes, Neil, paymaster: MulvihilK D. J., tools 3 50 

Wages of workmen 2,589 45 

McDonald, D. N., rent of tank. 10 50 2,603 45 

Marmora and Lake Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 190 50 Doyle, J. S., gravel 

Connor & Jones, explosives 1 50 

Davidson, W., cedar 3 36 

Martland Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,200 65 Roy, D., rent of scraper . 

Clement, M., cedar, etc 9 80 Seguin, A., wood. 



6 


25 




50 


li 


25 


31 


00 


1 


40 


8 


45 



Croteau, C, gravel 27 00 Seguin, H., gravel 

Dambremont, O., rent of plow. . 4 50 Seguin, L., cement 

Desmaris, T. N., tools, etc 99 30 United Farmers Co., Ltd., tools 

Gauthier, N., gravel and cedar.. 22 00 Vaillancourt & Daoust, tools.. . 

Giroux, D., tools 6 60 

Potemande, C, cedar 2 00 3,442 70 

Martland and Falconer Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Purcell, M., cedar 5 00 

Desmarais, T. N., tools 6 20 

11 20 

Mason Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 6 85 

Wages of workmen 279 75 — - — ■ 

Lafreniere, L., gravel 13 50 300 10 

Matchedash Township Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,208 62 Kitchen, J. D., gravel .... 

Bolyea, N., cedar 5 00 Oakley, L., "... 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., culverts. 79 20 Robinson, A. C, tools. . . . 

Doyle, M., gravel 3 45 .Southam, Geo., gravel. . . . 

Gill.G., " 15 80 

Kingsborough, J., explosiA^es. . . . 13 11 1,392 38 

Mattawan Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Riopclle, R., cedar 17 50 

Wages of workmen 2,203 01 

Hell, J H., explosives 5 05 2,225 56 

May, Salter "and Harrow Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Sundry persons, explosives, etc. . 4 40 

Wages of workmen 1,712 64 Young, F., gravel 14 70 

Gervais, Chas., gravel 27 60 

Lachance, A., gravel 57 70 1,817 04 



14 


80 


8 


00 


1 


60 


42 


80 



E74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Mayo Township Roads 



Brown, F. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 584 49 



Sundry persons, tools, cedar, etc. 



Medonte Township R6ads (1922 Account) 

Dutton, E., paymaster: balance of account 



15 30 



599 79 

37 87 



Medonte Township Roads 



Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,299 75 

Brimage, D., gravel 26 55 

Cummings, A , hardware 9 21 

Dunlop, J., gravel 27 00 

Fagan, M., rent of mixer 15 50 

Grev, N., gravel 8 75 

Hawke, J., " 21 45 



Higginson, F., stone 59 30 

Kingsborough, J., cement and 

explosives 112 15 

Watson, J., gravel 7 80 

Wyley, T. J., lumber 19 30 

Sundry persons, tools, etc 7 95 



2,614 71 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 960 65 



Medora and Wood Township Roads 

Jestin, Geo. R., explosives. 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,206 75 

Goodman, H., & Son, tools 11 25 



Merritt Township Roads 

Lacasse, P., gravel. 



36 50 



997 15 



23 40 
1,241 40 



Tucker, Wm., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen .... 



Methuen Townsliip Roads 

Newell, J. R., wood . 
884 50 



14 50 



899 00 



Michipicoten Mining Road 



McMullen, B. R., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,745 50 

Blain, J. G., drugs 5 50 

Cochrane Hardware Co., tools 

and camp supplies 135 24 

Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 

blankets 52 80 

Newell, G. C, provisions 375 57 



Northern Foundry & Machine 
Co., Ltd., steel plates, black- 
smithing, etc 462 35 

St. Laurent, J. C, provisions. . . 21 75 

•Transportation, cartage, freight, 

etc 58 20 



2,856 91 



McMullen, B. R., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen 



Michipicoten Harbor Road 

Worth, M. D., explosives. 
195 60 



Mills Township, Rock Hill Road (1922 Account) 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: balance 1922 account 



13 85 



209 45 



20 12 



Mills Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,831 46 

Beckerton, D., gravel 21 75 

Foster, J., " 28 95 

Jackson & Co., cement, etc 15 30 

McPhee, Si, gravel and timber. . 32 70 



Noland, F., gravel . . . 
Noland, J. A., lumber. 
Sides, R., gravel 



14 
19 
30 


60 
50 
20 


1,994 


46 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E75 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Mills Township Roads (Parry Sound) 

Wagner, A., fence, scraper, etc. . 30 04 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,136 85 

Clappetton, O. W., explosives. .. 3 50 



1,170 39 



Minden Township Road from Horseshoe Bridge to Allsaw 

Welch, J., blacksmithing. 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 446 00 

Hartle, D. J., explosives 20 60 

Pritchard, L., cedar 26 80 



4 00 



497 40 



Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 452 13 

Godfrey, C. W., explosives 38 18 

Mackey, A., timber 8 70 



Monmouth Township, Monck Road 

Short, R. P., sharpening tools... 



4 30 



503 31 



Wiggins, W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,338 70 

Laundry, E., explosives 21 15 

Sundry persons, cedar, tools, etc 29 90 



Monteagle and Herschel Township Roads 

Wilcox, W., rent of plow . 



8 00 



1,397 75 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Sundry persons, plank, explosives 
etc 



Monteith Township Roads 

Wages of workmen 484 00 

17 99 ' 501 99 



Morgan Township Roads 



Groulx, E., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 38 50 

Wages of workmen 260 00 

Postage 25 



298 75 
Less advanced, 1922 275 00 



23 75 
Castonguay, J. B., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 56 00 

Wages of workmen 195 00 

Dindle, Albert, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 49 00 

Wages of workmen 346 00 

Daoust, J. B., clearing right-of- 
way 50 00 

Deneille, E., cedar, etc 30 20 



Postage 1 50 

Vaillancourt, A., tools, etc 3 30 

Devost, D., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 73 50 

Wages of workmen 408 00 

Sundry persons, cedar, etc 20 76 

Duguanne, M., overseer at 3.50 

per diem 59 50 

Wages of workmen 433 50 

Duguanne, E., cedar 16 00 

Sundry persons, nails, etc 1 20 

Hotte, J., overseer at 3.50 per diem. 49 00 

Wages of workmen 150 60 

Simard, 0., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 66 50 

Wages of workmen 433 50 



2,466 81 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 672 79 

Gray, H., explosives 15 75 

Starkhouse, M., gravel d 50 



Muskoka Township Roads 

White, Chas., tools. 



5 58 



700 62 



Rochefort, P., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,396 25 



Murchlson Township Roads 

Murray, C. & D., explosives. 



78 00 



3,474 25 



E76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

McKellar Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1 ,403 10 

Argue, D., explosives 19 00 

McKiaim, J., gravel and cedar.. 32 04 

Robinson. R.. gravel 30 70 



Sundry persons, tools, etc. 
Teneyche, R., gravel 



6 30 
6 70 



1,497 84 



McKim Township Roads 



Paquette, X., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 31 50 

Wages of workmen 231 00 

Postage 25 

Sacred Heart College, Sudburv, 

gravel .' . 37 50 



Pottle, S. A., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 63 00 

Wages of workmen 315 00 

Lockevley, Geo. A., plow 24 00 

Postage 03 



702 28 



McLean Township Roads 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 473 00 

Campbell, K. W., cartage 50 

Morrow, W. J., tools 5 85 



Ecclestone, Geo. W., Ltd., ex- 
plosives 



21 25 



500 60 



McMurrlch Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Dixon, Mrs. W. H., & Son, ex- 
plosives 



Wages of workmen 767 50 



32 74 



800 24 



McPherson Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Legendre, A., paymaster: balance of account 



151 24 



McPherson Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,677 27 



Arthur, E., cedar. 

Binnett, H., gravel 

Chretien, G., sand and spruce 

Dauphinais, S., timber 

Davidson, L., cedar, etc 

Dubeau, J., lumber 

Guennette, J., scraper 

Lapierre, I., gravel 

Lapierre, A., lumber, etc 

Legendre, A., culvert 



19 50 
22 10 
14 40 

10 50 

11 93 
7 00 

17 00 

9 00 

25 30 

132 96 



Piche, D., gravel 

Rousseau, D., cedar 

Riberdy, Z., gravel 

Ribcrdy, Mrs. O., gravel 

St. Onge, O., gravel 

Sylvester, J. L., " 

Sundry persons, tools, cedar, etc 

Vachon, N., gravel 

Vachon, Z., " 



8 


40 


2 


30 


7 


70 


6 00 


14 


80 


11 


60 


22 


00 


5 


40 


17 


50 



3,042 66 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen 



Pilette, Frank, overseer at 3.50 per 
diem 



Nairn Township Roads 

Edwards, H., pipe. 
771 00 

Neeion Township Roads 



28 00 



Wages of workmen . 



28 90 



799 90 

72 00 



100 00 



Nipissing Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,730 75 

McCloskey, L. L., tools and ex- 
plosives 69 00 



Sundry persons, tools, etc. 



6 30 



1.806 05 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E_77 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Norman Township Roads 

Lemieux, Chas., overseer at 3.50 Wages of workmen 78 50 

per diem 21 00 

99 50 

Oakley Township Roads 

(iray, Thos., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 6 15 

Wages of workmen 763 46 

Gray, H., explosives 31 63 801 24 

Olden Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Wages of workmen 182 60 

Sundry persons, tools, explosives, 

etc.... 17 25 199 85 

Orillia Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 229 75 Less accountable, 1922 216 01 

Brotherton, S., gravel 90 

14 64 

230 65 

Orillia Township Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: Johnstone, J. H., rent of gas 

Wages of workmen 1,519 00 engine 

Brotherston, S., gravel 22 50 Thorburn, A., rent of wagon.. 

Drinkwater, J. S., " 7 35 Thorburn, W., stone 

Elliott, W., tile and gravel 43 40 Shaun, A., rent of wagon 

Jelly, F., explosives, etc 11 20 

O'Connor, Wm., gravel 20 40 . 1,694 35 

Oso Township Roads 

Pring!e, W. W., paymaster: McPherson, J. P., lumber 6 60 

Wages of workmen 635 74 Sundry persons, explosives, 10.05 

Conboy, H. A., gravel 8 90 tools, etc., 6.60 16 65 

Crawford, W. J., " 19 55 

Henderson, E., gravel and tile. . 12 90 700 34 

Oro Township Roads (1922 Account) 

Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 220 50 Less accountable, 1922 279 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts. . .. 56 56 

Weekes, W., gravel 10 35 7 66 

287 41 

Oro Township Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,213 00 Rugman, (,., gravel 4 80 

Crawford, W. J., gravel 34 00 Woodrow, J., " 18 00 

Leigh, J., " 25 00 Wright, A. L, " 6 75 

O'Brien, W., " 9 00 

Priddle, C. E., culvert 88 60 1,399 15 



47 


25 


2 


25 


16 


00 


5 


00 



E78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Pakenhatn Township Roads 



Moss, H. \., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,771 55 

Boal, R. M., gravel 5 40 

Campbell, D., " 13 40 

Doyle, T., " 5 00 

Dunfield, A., " 12 90 

Fulton, R. S., " 8 50 

Fulton, S., " _. ... 5 80 

Hunt, W. A., sharpening drills.. 1 75 

Jones, W. M., gravel 11 40 



Levi, R., gravel 

Lowry, J., " 

Millar, E. L., gravel and cedar. 

McCann, J., gravel 

McGregor, G. A., " 

Postage 

Stewart, J., cedar 

Taylor Bros., Ltd., explosives.. 



8 


00 


10 


10 


9 


40 


37 


00 


15 


20 


3 


65 


22 


20 


13 


30 



1,954 55 



Palmerston Township Roads (1922 Account) 
Pringle, W. W., paymaster: balance of account 



31 69 



Palmerston Township Roads 



Pringle, W. W., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,908 02 

Cox, W. J., cartage 18 00 

Dunham, Chas., explosives 13 04 

James Bros., explosives 18 75 



Pringle, J. A., scraper 

Sproule, R., gravel 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. 



14 


50 


17 


65 


10 


12 



2,000 08 



Papineau Township Roads 



Rochefort, P., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,451 73 

Bell, J. H., explosives 11 86 

Dejardin, N., timber 8 16 



Desourdy, A., scraper. 
Larocque, J., cedar. . . 



2 25 
8 28 



3,482 28 



Parkinson Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: wages of workmen 



600 50 



Patton Township Roads 



Barlcley, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,081 06 

Brathwaite, F. Y. W., explosivevs 76 22 

Craig, M., gravel 6 40 



Macdonald, J. A., cartage. 



5 00 



1,168 68 



Legendre, A., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Cousineau, J. M., explosives. 
Maurice, A., explosives, etc.. 
Proulx, F., repairs 



Pedley Township Roads 



741 35 

47 00 

12 37 

1 50 



Sturgeon Falls Machine Shop, 
repairs 



12 00 



814 22 



Zummach, J. H., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Croskery, J., use of tractor. 



Pembroke Township Roads 

Sullivan, Geo., gravel 
337 00 
20 00 



54 75 



411 75 



Perry and Chaffey Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 384 44 

McGregor, A. E., & Co., ex- 
plosives 19 43 



Taplin, E. W., tools. 



21 53 



425 40 



21 


50 


16 


50 


6 


45 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 79 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Perry and Bethune Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Mitchell, J., rent of scraper. ... 3 00 

Wages of workmen 416 25 

Burke, J., tile 2 00 421 25 

Petawawa Township Roads 

Zummach, J. H., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 756 75 Sundry persons, tools, etc 19 90 

Dunlop & Co., explosives 23 00 

Postage 81 800 46 

Plummer Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Humphrey, I., gravel 

Wages of workmen 1,574 08 West H., " 

Beattie, J., timber 18 40 Sundry persons, tools, etc. . 

Blackstock, Wm., gravel 34 50 

Herman, J., tile 30 60 1,702 03 

Plummer, Additional, Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Bruce Mines Trap Rock Co., 

Wages of workmen 245 60 e.xplosives 9 30 

Beckett & Smith, tools 6 55 White, E. A., explosives 2 10 

Brechin, A., Sr., repairing plow. 7 50 

Herman, J., tile 29 70 300 75 

Phelps Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,919 73 Rowe, A., cedar. . 28 00 

Crowder, A. W., rope 15 00 

McDonald, Geo. W., tools, etc.. 50 86 3,013 59 

Prince Township Roads 

McMuUen, B. R., paymaster: Sharp, D., gravel 10 00 

Wages of workmen 439 40 Sundry persons, tools, etc 13 70 

Lyons Fuel & Supply Co., 

cement and tile 47 75 510 85 

Prlngle Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Murphy, E. J., lumber 15 90 

Wages of workmen 862 50 Schwartz, B., & Co., tools 7 50 

Cameron, M. H., tools, etc 9 55 

McLachlan, A. R., tools, etc 3 75 899 20 

RadcllSe Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: Postage 25 

Wages of workmen 1,206 00 

1,206 25 

Raglan Township -Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: Loney, S. R., cedar 7 20 

Wages of workmen 1,201 90 

1,209 10 



£80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Rama Township Roads 



Hayes, N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,599 78 

Beers, A., gravel 14 16 

Cooper, W. E., explosives 65 61 

Cooper, Fred, gravel 32 00 

Chisholm, D., explosives 17 25 

Cronk, S., tools, etc 9 90 



Cleaveley, G., cedar 

Gilchrist, P., wood 

Sundry persons, tools, etc. 

Weir, J., cement 

Watson, L., explosives. . . . 



3 


50 


21 


00 


7 


05 


3 


50 


4 


50 



2,778 25 



Ratter Township Roads 



I.egendre, A., pa\ master: 

Wages of workmen 881 07 

( rascon, D., gravel 7 50 

Legendre, A., accountable 528 93 



Roy, H. H., explosives. . . . 
Tobin, W. J., double tree. 



25 50 
7 00 



1.450 00 



Rayside Township Roads 



Belmont, N., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Brunet, Emeri, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Lalonde, F., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Metthe, Jos., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Metthe, W., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Moncion, Emeri, overseer at 3.50 
per diem 



19 25 
80 70 

37 50 
262 50 

42 00 
159 00 

73 50 
677 40 

49 00 

250 80 

49 00 



Wages of workmen 

Poulin, T., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 

Wages of workmen 

Carriere, Jos., blacksmithing. . , 
Fowler Hardware, Ltd., explos 

ives 

Poulin, A., explosives 

Ricard, F. A., " 

Rauleau, Adelard, overseer at 3.50 

per diem 

Wages of workmen 

Robiilard, C, gravel 



449 90 



94 


50 


351 


50 


26 


00 


16 


75 


8 


75 


12 


10 


) 

77 


00 


519 


50 


3 


50 



3,260 15 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen . . . . 
McKey, W. F., tools. . 



Ridout Township Roads 

Robertson, Geo. I,., explosives. . 5 00 

979 00 

16 50 1,000 50 



Robinson Township Roads 



Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,102 25 

Crouchman, E. J., pullev wheel. 4 75 

Lovelace, K., g-avel. . . .' 23 20 

McKinlev, E., gravel 9 50 



Northern Development Branch, 
explosives 



70 85 



2.210 55 



Rolph, Buchanan and Wylle Township Roads 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,274 41 

Bell, J. H., explosives 9 75 



Postage . 



81 



1,284 97 



Barkley, J., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen. . 



Rose Township Roads 

Sundr\- persons, tools, etc. 
293 25 



5 90 



299 IS 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 81 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS.— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc.— Continued 

Ross Township Roads 

Zummach, J. H., paymaster: Sheehan, Jas., gravel 25 50 

Wages of workmen 540 25 Postage 17 

Price, S., gravel 24 75 

Rothwell, A. J., cedar, etc 9 33 600 00 

Ryde Township Roads 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 954 88 Tingly, A. W., explosives 18 83 

Ecclestone, Geo. W., Ltd., ex- 

plosives 24 90 1,003 86 

Pilger, H., explosives 5 25 

Ryerson Township Roada 

Orr, J., paymaster: Sundry persons, explosives, etc.. 6 57 

Wages of workmen 1,108 66 

1,115 23 

Ryerson and McMurrich Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 574 60 Dixon, Mrs. W. H., explosives. . 16 30 

Alexander, A. J., timber 10 00 

Blair, J. H., tools 75 60165 

Sabine Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: * Murray, C & D., explosives 46 00 

Wages of workmen 954 00 

1,000 00 

Sandfleld Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Phillips, Thos., gravel 

Wages of workmen 2,258 35 Ward, M., timber 

Brown, Roy, lumber 15 12 Watson, R. O., explosives, etc. 

Hutchinson, Geo. " 9 40 Wyman, D., tools, etc 

Luscombe, Mrs. W., gravel 24 00 

Paisley, F., " 21 50 2,398 57 

Scaddlng Township Roads 

Carulel, U., overseer at 3.50 per Gold Nugget ^Mining & Ore Co., 

diem 91 00 explosives 47 45 

Wages of workmen 409 00 Govahin, P., provisions ^* "^^ 

Charsley, Geo., overseer at 3.50 Wilson & Greenwood, ;" 34 17 

per diem 94 50 

Wages of workmen 310 10 1,000 52 

Scollard Township Roads 

Legendre, A., paymaster: Klein, A., plank 

Wages of workmen 832 86 Roy, O., lumber 

Chouvin, U., lumber 5 00 Seguin, J., rent of plow. . . 

Creteau, i'., gravel 7 20 United Farmers' Co-operative 

Giroux, G.,' " 22 40 Co., Ltd., tools 

Houle, D.. " 8 40 „„, ^, 

Kingbury, L., nails ~ 50 . 991 27 

Sandy Lake Road, Methuen and Lalie Townships 

Tucker, Wm., paymaster: wages of workmen 297 75 



10 


00 


35 


50 


23 


20 


1 


50 



6 


65 


78 


40 


2 


25 


27 


61 



E82 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Sebastopol Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: Richard, J., cedar 7 00 

Wages of workmen 792 92 

799 92 
Shedden Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: wages of workmen 900 00 

Sheffield Township Roads 

Pringle, W. W., paymaster: Sundry persons, gravel, tools, etc 13 35 

Wages of workmen 520 75 Young, G. H., gravel 33 20 

Carroll, T. J., gravel 12 42 

Milligan, J., " 23 20 602 92 

Shegulandah Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 948 00 Wright, Geo., gravel 14 80 

Lockyer, Geo., timber 2 00 

Pollard, Thos., gravel 37 80 1,002 60 

Sherbrooke North Township Roads 

Moss, H. N., paymaster: Love, Thos., gravel 20 00 

Wages of workmen 963 00 

James, Bros, explosives 22 25 1,005 25 

Sherbrooke South Township Roads 

Zummach, J. H., paymaster: Munro, W. M., gravel 7 00 

Wages of workmen 474 50 

Jones Bros., explosives 19 10 500 60 

Sherwood, Jones and Burns Township Roads 

Moss, H. X., paymaster: Postage 2 15 

Wages of workmen .2,009 38 Ritza, J., cedar 46 08 

Cybulskie, J. C., cedar 5 00 

Murray, C. & D., explosives.. . . 64 11 2,126 72 

Sinclair Township Roads 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: Walker, J., cedar 22 00 

Wages of workmen 1,084 75 

McGregor, A. E., & Co., tools. . 22 32 1,129 07 

Snowden Township Roads 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 955 25 Sundry persons, cedar, tools, etc. 16 00 

Scott, H. R., explosives 18 65 

Stewart, J. R., explosives 10 10 1,000 00 

Somerville Township, Monck Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: wages of workmen 400 00 

Somerville Township, Bobcaygeon Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster Sherman, J., sharpening drills.. . 1 60 

Wages of workmen 742 65 Townsend, H. H., tile 17 50 

Hopkins, Mark Co., explosives.. 11 53 

King, F., metal pipe 25 37 798 65 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E83 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Southworth Township Roads 

Canadian Pacific Railway: right-of-way rental 1 00 



Springer Township Roads 



Legendre, A., paymaster 

Wages of workmen 905 75 

Charles, F., blacksmithing 3 25 

Lavergne, A., cedar and gravel. . 34 75 

Lafontaine, E., cedar 18 88 



Levesque, M., Ltd., tools, 

Lillie, R., explosives 

Tardy, L., gravel 



6 


40 


6 


54 


23 


70 



999 27 



St. Edmund's Township Roads 



Craig, D. G., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,094 66 

Golden, G. W., tools, etc 5 30 

Hacking, Mrs. R., clay 25 00 



Hunter Hardware Co., explosives 9 00 

London, N. S., explosives 66 00 



1,199 96 



Stanhope Township, Paterson Road 

Southern, A. J., paymaster: wages of workmen 



499 90 



Moss, H. X., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 

Hamilton, T., explosives. 
Miekie, J., gravel 



Stafford Township Roads 



895 50 
46 00 
21 00 



McKibbon, S., gravel. 
Postage 



38 00 
50 



1,001 00 



Stephenson Township Roads 



Gray, Thos., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 969 28 

Clark, P. J., lumber 1 51 

Utterson Lumber Co., lumber... 4 98 



Ecclestone, G. W., Ltd., ex- 
plosives 20 60 

996 37 



Gray, Thos. 
Wages of 



Barkley, J., 
Wages of 



, paymaster: 
workmen . . . 



paymaster: 
workmen . . 



Stlsted Township Roads 

Stroud, Wm., lumber, 
996 34 



Striker Township Roads 

Brathwaite, F. Y. W., tools. 
797 14 



3 60 



999 94 



5 25 



802 39^ 



Pringle, W. 
Wages of 
Duraford, 
Hughson, 
McLean, 



Storrington Township Roads 



W., paymaster: 
workmen 

E., sharpening tools. 

M., gravel 

Mrs. J., gravel 



546 15 

40 

11 40 

15 00 



Roberts, J. S., explosives. 
Sills, S., gravel 



4 80 
15 00 



592 75 



Dutton, E., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen .. . 



Sunnidale Township Roads 

Kaiser, F., gra\el 
761 40 



38 40 
799 80 



E84 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 

Spence Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: Burk's Falls Hardware Co., ex- 
Wages of workmen 744 00 plosives 27 65 

Botham, W., gravel 8 50 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., culverts 56 80 S36 95 

Strong Township Roads 

Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 465 37 Hall, Geo. F., snagger 7 13 

Burk's Falls Hardware Co., e.x- Newbiirn, Thos., gravel 21 00 

plosives 3 00 

Cotter, W. M., cedar 8 00 504 50 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: McCluskie, Wm., gravel 47 25 

Wages of workmen 252 26 

Carter, J., explosives 1 00 300 51 

Tay Township Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 2,664 56 Less amount paid by muni- 

Guthrie, O., gravel 12 50 pality 076 01 



41 


40 


6 


40 


1 


75 


5 


60 



2,677 06 2.001 05 

Tarentorus and St. Mary's Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: Small, A., gravel 156 00 

Wages of workmen 2,830 42 

Liddle, R., & Son Co., plow- 2.987 42 

share 1 00 

Tehkummah Township Roads 

Vanmeer, J. E., paymaster: Martin, H., gravel 

Wages of workmen \ 3,605 22 Watson, R. O., " . ._ 

Duxbury, A., gravel 26 60 Williamson, D. A., spikes . . 

Duxbury, H., " 65 10 Wood, J. A., shovels 

Hinds, C, cement 19 00 

Kay, J., gravel 15 00 3.786 07 

Thessalon Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Sundry persons, explosives, lum- 

Wages of workmen 1,039 59 ber, etc 18 16 

Bird, Wm,., gravel 26 30 

Papineau, J., gravel 18 60 1,102 65 

Thompson Township, Dean Laite Road 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Draper, Mrs. A 17 73 

Wages of workmen 605 97 

Beharriell, Geo., gravel 22 50 ' ()5120 

Cote, O., gravel 5 00 

Tiny Township Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: Marion, H., gravel 14 00 

Wages of workmen 934 12 McNeland, G. E., gravel 16 65 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., ^ 

culvert 35 00 1,000 52 

Marion, Oscar, plow point 75 ^ 



1922-23 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS E 85 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 
Tudor and Cashel .Township Roads 

Wiggins, W., paymaster: ' Sundry persons, tools, etc 13 98 

Wages of workmen 863 30 "~ 

Blackburn, G., gravel.. 12 20 899 20 

McMurray, W. A., explosives. . . 9 72 

Vankoughnet Township Roads 

McMullen, B. R., paymaster: Bell, H. P., belts, etc 8 25 

Wages of workmen 635 00 McMullen, B. R., accountable. . 733 00 

Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

explosives, etc 23 75 1,400 00 

Vespra Townslilp Roads 

Dutton, E., paymaster: Sundry persons, tools, etc 6 40 

Wages of workmen 1,063 13 Tribble, J., repairing grader. ... 13 65 

Canadian Ingot Iron Co., cul- 

verts 94 80 1.199 85 

Hubbard's Hardware, explosives 21 87 

Watt Township Roads 

Gray, Thos., paymaster: Penney, H., gravel 7 60 

Wages of workmen 5 70 5 1 

Gray, H., explosives 22 13 600 24 

Waters Township Roads 

Fielding, Geo., overseer at 3.50 per Hiatala, Isaac, overseer at 3.50 per 

diem 2100 per diem 24 50 

Wages of workmen 69 00 Wages of workmen 109 50 

Fielding, Geo., cedar 10 00 Karppi, K., cedar 16 00 

Gagnon, A. L., overseer at 3.50 per Makela, V., overseer at 3.50 per 

diem ". 2100 diem 28 00 

Wages of workmen 191 70 Wages of workmen 150 00 

Postage 3^ Cochrane Hardware Co., ex- 
Sundry persons, tools, gravel, etc. 11 75 plosives 16 35 

Gaudreault, P. G., overseer at 3.50 Ducharme, D., gravel 5 60 

per diem 24 50 Postage 05 

Wages of workmen 85 25 Soa", G., overseer at 3.50 per diem. 28 00 

,, , TT t /- .. 1 T cn Wages of workmen IVe uu 

Cochrane Hardware Co., tools. . 2 50 c;audreault, P. G., cedar 24 00 

Gaudreault, P. G., cedar 12 32 

Postage 35 1.049 72 

Wells Township Roads 

Barkley, J., paymaster: Bridge Bros., tools 5 50 

Wages of workmen 495 24 

500 74 

Westmeath Township Roads 

Zunnnach, J. H., paymaster: Vizena, R., gravel 13 30 

Wages of workmen 995 75 

Postage 175 1,010 80 

Widdifield Township Roads 

Rochefort, P., paymaster: Macdonald, G. W., tools, etc. 

Wages of workmen 4,744 67 Norman, E., explosives 

Depencier, Geo., gravel and New, A., cedar 

cedar 13 35 Richardson, J. W., tools 

Hutson, J. A., rent of scraper.. . 2 50 

Irwin, I., gravel 13 95 4,871 75 

Kennedy, P., cedar 31 68 



36 


40 


7 00 


8 


70 


13 


50 



E 86 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges, etc. — Continued 



Wllberforce Township Roads 



Moss, H. X., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 3,020 90 

Clark, L., gravel 33 00 

Eggert, R., gravel and cedar.. . . 82 59 

Noack, Wm., plow points, etc. . 2 20 



Postage. 

Reiche, Wm., gravel. 



1 08 
43 50 



Wilson and McConkey Township Roads 



Orr, J., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 473 50 

Clapperton, O. W., wire 10 00 



Stephen, W. J., gravel. 



3,183 27 



17 00 
500 50 



Wilson and Burnstown Trunk Roads 



Moss, H. N., paymaster: 

Wages of workmen 1,690 17 

Black Donald Graphite Co., 

explosives 45 12 

Brydges, L., cedar, etc 32 94 

Devine, F. N., gravel 5 85 

Hoiile, A., meals for men 250 75 



McGarry, E. J., scraper, etc. 

Moore, T., grader, etc 

Postage and exchange 

Stringer, J. R., gravel 



31 


25 


67 


60 


3 


50 


34 50 



Wollaston Township Roads 



Wiggins, W., paymaster: 
Wages of workmen .... 



972 51 



Mullett, Chas. W., explosives. 



2,161 68 



29 00 



Inspection of Roads and Bridges, including allowance to Inspectors 
for use of motor cars and other conveyances ($25,912.83) 



Baker, A., at 6.50 per diem, 214.50; 

disbursements, 37.03 

Barkley, J., at 8.50 per diem, 

1,002.00; disbursements, 175.10. 
Brown, F. E., at 8.50 per diem, 

144.50; at 6.50 per diem, 481.00 

disbursements, 112.62 

Clement, F., at 7.00 per diem, 

63.00; disbursements, 33.35 

Craig, D. C, at 8.50 per diem,- 

195.50; disbursements, 1.00 

Dutton, E., at 8.50 per diem, 

936.75; disbursements, 256.69.. . 
Englebretson, H., at 6.00 per diem 
Ethier, B., at 8.50 per diem, 

1,734.00; disbursements, 145.65. 
Fullerton, C. H., disbursements. . . 
Gray, Thos., at 8.50 per diem, 

272.00; at 6.50 per diem, 975.00; 

disbursements, 254.41 

Hayes, Neil, at 8.50 per diem 

Legendre, A., at 8.50 per diem, 

255.00; at 6.50 per diem, 923.00; 

disbursements, 239.27 

McMullen, B. R., at 8.50 per diem, 

127.50; at 6.50 per diem, 806.00; 

disbursements, 241.79 



251 


53 


1,177 


10 


738 


12 


96 


35 


196 


50 


1,193 
336 


44 
00 


1,879 
153 


65 
54 


1,501 

582 


41 

25 


1,417 


27 


1,175 


29 



Meader, C. H., disbursements. . . . 
McNee, J., at 8.50 per diem, 40.00 

disbursements, 90c 

Moss, H. N., at 6.50 per diem 

500.50; disbursements, 189.01. 
Norris, T. J., at 8.50 per diem 

1,193.00; at 7.00 per diem, 805.00 

disbursements, 180.54 

Orr, J., at 8.50 per diem, 1,385.50; 

disbursements, 102.50 

Pringle, W. W., at 8.50 per diem, 

935.00; at 6.50 per diem, 786.50; 

disbursements, 446.26 

Rochefort, P., at 8.50 per diem, 

255.00; at 6.50 per diem, 955.50; 

disbursements, 218.94 

Southern, A. J., at 8.50 per diem, 

1,785.00; disbursements, 124.10. 
Tucker, Wm., at 8.50 per diem, 

1,462.00; disbursements, 23.90. . 
Vanmeer, J. E., at 8.50 per diem, 

1,742.50; disbursements, 151.90. 
Wiggins, Walter, at 6.50 per diem, 

266.50; disbursements, 129.00.. . 
Zummach, J. K., at 8.50 per diem, 

289.00; at 6.50 per diem, 565.50; 

disbursements, 320.60 



1,001 


51 


360 


23 


40 


90 


689 


51 


) 

2,178 


54 


1,488 


00 



2,167 76 

1,429 44 

1,909 10 

1,485 90 

1,894 40 

395 50 

1.175 10 



Storage and Insurance of road-making machinery, tools and equipment 

($213.90) 



Mason & Shaw, motor car insur- 
ance 92 60 

McKnight, Ross & Douglas, Ltd., 

motor car insurance 64 30 



McMillan, B. R., rent of store- 
house, Sault Ste. Marie 36 00 

Piper, R., storage of tools, Bays- 

ville 21 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E87 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 



COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

To purchase, maintain and transport road-making machinery, wagons, 
dump-carts, and harness, tents, blankets, motor cars and trucks 

($9,128.71) 



Biehl, J. H., repairs to motor car.. 46 55 

Blind River Garage, Ford car -608 45 

Bracebridge Garage, Ford car 616 15 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., radi 

ator shutter 

Craighead Garage, Ford car 

Doyle's Garage, Ford car 607 15 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 

Ltd., tires and tubes 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight 

K. & S. Tire & Rubber Goods, Ltd., 

tires 

King' Printer, auto tires 

Killaloe Garage, Ford car 621 23 

Lee, W. H., auto repairs 17 80 

Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., Ford 

car 606 65 

Marshall & Cruse, auto curtains. . 40 00 



17 75 
598 37 



111 29 

10 74 

145 36 
76 49 



McLeod's Garage, P'ord car, 573.71 ; 

battery, 23.85 597 56 

Mussin's Ltd., plow and scraper, 

103.36; freight charges, 3.52 106 88 

Oak Tire & Rubber Co., tires 26 37 

Rashotte, Felix, 2 Ford cars 1,193 30 



Rice, Lewis & Son, chains. 

Sault Ste. Marie Corp, City of, 

grader 

Sawyer-Massev Co., grader, 

1,178.00; freight charges, 62.85.. 
Taylor, Geo., Hardware Co., Ford 

car 

Willys-Overland, Overland car, 

911.13; recover top and repairs, 

56.55 

Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd., camp 

equipment, 101.75; freight, etc., 

2.86 



5 62 

125 00 

1,240 85 

636 86 



967 68 



104 61 



Engineering, Surveying and Locating Roads ($7,876.15) 
Addington Road Survey 



Reid, A., engineer: 

Meeks, Mrs. K., board of men.. 32 00 

Sundry persons, supplies 6 93 

Transportation 1 7 20 



Wages of assistants , 



74 25 



130 38 



Lyons, R. T., engineer, at 5.00 per 

diem 

Raw, J. Frank, repairs to instru- 
ment 

Sundry persons, board of party.. 



Buckhorn Road Survey 



165 00 

17 50 
391 90 



Transportation 

Postage, hardware, etc. 



136 85 
17 56 



Wage of assistants .• 511 75 

1,240 56 



Clydesdale to Bancroft Road Survey 



Stewart, L. D. N., engineer, at 

200.00 per month 376 92 

Cookes, Mrs. B. F., board of men 22 50 

H tel Bancroft, " 176 00 

Sundry persons, hardware, etc. . 18 64 



Transportation 227 80 

Wages of assistants 664 50 

W^indsor, Mrs. A. M., board of men 23 50 



1,509 86 



Campbell Township Survey 

.A.nderson, A. C, engineer: wages of assistants 



30 00 



Lyons, R. T., ; ngineer, at 5.00 per 
diem 

Corbett, H. A., board 

Raw, J. Frank, repairing instru- 
ments 

Transportation 



Dwlght to Dorset Survey 



160 00 
136 25 

6 35 
157 95 



Sundry persons, stationery, post- 
age, etc 6 95 

Wages of assistants 484 25 

Wood, F., board 229 50 



1.181 25 



Emsdale, Sand Lake, Burk's Falls Survey 



Lyons, R. T., engineer, at 5.00 per 

diem 90 00 

Sundry persons, board of men.. . 183 47 

Stationery, postage, etc 10 61 



Transportation . . . . 
Wages of assistants. 



126 04 
295 50 



705 62 



E88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 
COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 
Engineering, Surveying and Locating Roads — Continued 
Faraday and Wollaston Survey 



Stewart, L. 1). N., engineer, at 

200.00 per month 69 23 

Sundry disbursements 3 05 

Transportation and board 106 30 



Wages of assistants. 



12^ 00 



306 58 



Crane, G. A., engineer, at 7.00 per 

diem 

Algonquin Hotel, board 

Edwards, W. H., « 

Dom. Express charges, 



Island Lake Survey 



63 00 

40 50 

22 00 

1 15 



Transportation .... 
Wages of assistants . 



20 65 
102 70 



250 00 



L'Amable to Maynooth Survey 



r.\ons, R. T., engineer, at 5.00 per 

diem 245 00 

Board and lodging 514 92 

Raw, J. Frank, instruments. ... 6 00 

Postage, stationery, etc 13 86 



Transportation . . . . 
W^ages of assistants. 



187 30 
836 75 



1,803 83 



Port Severn — Honey Harbour Road 



Lvons, R. T., engineer, at 5.00 per 

diem 70 00 

Board and lodging 176 21 

Raw, J. Frank, instrument 2 10 

Transportation 89 80 



Sundry persons, hardware, station- 
ery, etc 7 25 

Wages of assistants 188 50 



533 86 



Sabine Township Road Survey 



Raid, A., engineer: 

Express charges 

Postage 

Sundry persons, board. 
Transportation 



Buck, J. G., services 

Denniss, W. C, stakes. . . 
Hanna, W., & Co., stakes. 
Port Carling livery 



1 90 Wages of assistants 


111 90 


63 Weaver, E. C, paint 

9J. fin 


75 


15 50 


155 28 


Miscellaneous 




2 00 Weismuller Bros., repairs to instru- 

3 75 ment 

1 fi 18 


4 00 


3 00 


28 93 



Salaries, travelling and other expenses not otherwise provided for ($9.25) 
Legendre, A. : bank charges on overdraft 9 25 



Compensation for workmen injured while engaged on Government worlc, 
to be paid on recommendation of the Workmen's 
Compensation Board ($975.20) 



Babcock, C. E. 
Burk, A. L.... 
Bull, Martin L. 
DelveT, E 



49 34 Lippett, G., Sr 168 75 

6 50 McPherson, A. D 154 10 

64 58 Pecoski, Vincent 15 63 

96.^0 Walker, I.uke S 420 00 



1922-23 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



E89 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS— Continued 

COLONIZATION ROADS— Continued 

To pay Medical and Hospital Accounts for workmen injured while engaged 

on Government work, to be paid on recommendation of Workmen's 

Compensation Board ($348.70) 

Bell, Dr. F. J., re A. Burke, 42.00; Masse, Dr. L. V. re A. Legault. . . 57 00 

re W. H. Taylor, 35.50 77 50 McCuIlough, Dr. F. S. re G. 

r.eddes. Dr. W. J., re C. E. Bab- Lippett 55 00 

cock 12 00 Wheeler, Dr. J. W. re V. Pecoskie 5 00 

Lady Minto Hospital re G. Lippett 46 00 Workmen's Compensation Board 

MacDonald, Dr. J. D. re A. L. re A. D. McPherson 94 20 

Burke 2 00 

Colonization Roads $827,855.98 



REFUNDS ($18,555.19) 



Land Locations 

Sundry Persons 



4,336 39 



Miscellaneous 

Auger, N., deposit to cut limber 
Baechlor, Jos., deposit to cut 

timber 

Collins, D., deposit to cut timber 
Day, A., reimbursement from 

bank for forged cheque 

Fraser & Co., timber dues 

Home, J. T., deposit to cut tim- 
ber 3 

Horrigan, Jas., deposit to cut 

timber 

James Bay Lumber Co., deposit 

to cut timber 

Leclaire, F., timber dues 

McEachren, W. T., deposit to 

cut timber 5 

McLaughlin, X. D., deposit to 

cut timber 



300 00 



126 
50 


79 
00 


85 
9 


25 
58 


,073 


53 


300 


00 


23 

52 


21 
88 


,000 


00 


250 


00 



Marchand, D., deposit to cut 
timber 

Marchand, A., deposit to cut 
timber 

Mills, J. E., fire tax 

A/Juskoka and Parry Sound Tele- 
phone Systems, telephone tolls 
collected 

Oliver, Jos., deposit to cut timber 

Paju, A., deposit to cut timber. 

Rushton, B., deposit to cut tim- 
ber 

Shaw, A., deposit to cut timber. 

Simoneau, J., fire tax , . 

Sutcliffe, Thos., fire tax 

Trotter, T. W., deposit to cut 
timber 

University of Toronto, land sold 
under 60 Vic, chap. 59, and 5 
Edw. VH, chap. 36 

Wilkinson, C. W., crown dues. . 



75 00 

300 00 
91 61 



17 26 

200 GO 

38 25 

43 26 

335 38 

6 40 

6 40 

1,500 00 



Land Improvement Fund ($256.68) 



Treasurer Township of: 

Admaston 

Garden 

Culross 



14 44 
41 60 
25 92 



Glenelg. . 
Greenock . 
Howick. . 
Tudor. . . 



2,080 


37 


253 


63 


76 


14 


45 


68 


33 


84 


19 


06 



Refunds $18,811.87 



STATUTO