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Full text of "Ontario Sessional Papers, 1928, No.1-3"

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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOL. LX.— PART I 



SECOND SESSION 



OF THE 



SEVENTEENTH LEGISLATURE 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



SESSION 1928 






i^ 



TORONTO: 

Printed and Published by the Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

19 2 9 



wcwiceDBy 
The 

IDnited Press! 



LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS, 1928 



Presented to the House During the Session 



Title 



Accounts, Public 

Agriculture, Department of (Minister), Report 

Agriculture, Department of (Statistics), Report 

Auditor's Report 

Boiler Inspection Act, Return 

Bradford, Jesse, Return 

Children's Protection Act 

Civil Service Commissioner's Report 

Education, Orders-in-Council 

Education, Report 

Estimates 

Extra-mural Employment Report 

Eraser, Dr. Grant, Return 

Game and Fisheries 

Game and Fisheries Committee, Report 

Gundy, W. E., Return 

Health, Report of Registrar-General, Department of 

(Births, Marriages and Deaths) 

Health, Board of, Report ' 

Highways Department, Return 

Highways Improvement Fund 

Hospitals and Charitable Institutions, Report 

Hospitals for Insane, Feeble-minded 

Hydro- Electric Power Commission, Report 

Hydro Rentals, Return 

Insurance and Friendly Societies, Report 

Insurance on Government Property 

Insurance Act, 1924, Orders-in-Council 

Labour Department, Report 

Lands and Forests Department, Report 

Legal Offices, Report 

Liquor Control Board, Report 

Loan Corporation, Registrar of, Report 



No. 



1 
21 

22 

27 

54 
53 

19 

58 

32 
11 

2 
37 

51 

9 
49 

52 



13 
14 
55 
47 
17 
15 
26 
41 

6 
42 
35 

10 
3 
5 

20 

7 



Remarks 



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Not Printed. 

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Not Printed. 
Not Printed. 

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Printed. 
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Printed. 



Title 



Mines Department, Report 

Minimum Wage Board, Report 

Mothers' Allowances Commission, Report. 
Municipal Statistics 



Niagara Parks Commission, Report 

Northern Development, Orders-in-(\juncil 

Northern and Northwestern Ontario Development Act, 
1912, Report 



Ontario Athletic Commission, Report 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board, Report. 

Ontario Temperance Act, Return 

Ontario Veterinary College, Report 



Police Commissioner, Report. . . . 

Public Works, Report 

Pulp and Timber Limits, Return 



Rural, Public and Separate School Grants, to. Report. 



Secretary and Registrar, Report 

Squire, S. L., Return 

Statutes Distribution, Report. . 
Superannuation Fund, Report. . 



Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, Report . . . 
Toronto, University of, Report 



No. 



4 
40 
44 
36 

39-46 
38 

50 



Workmen's Compensation Board, Report, 



Remarks 



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24 


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43 


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29 


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45 


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8 


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57 


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31 


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34 


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56 


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30 


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48 


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23 


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12 


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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged in Numerical Order with their Titles at full length; 

the name of the Member who moved the same, and 

whether ordered to be printed or not. 



No. 1 



No. 3 



No. 4 



No. 5 



No. 6 



No. 7 



No. 8 



No. 9 



CONTENTS OF PART I 

Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the twelve months 
ending October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 
1st, 1928. Printed. 

Estimates, Supplementary, for the service of the Province for the year 
ending October 31st, 1928. Presented to the Legislature March, 
1st, 1928. Printed. Further Supplementary Estimates for the 
year ending October 31st, 1928 ; presented to the Legislature, March 
21st, 1928. Printed. Estimates for the year ending October 31st, 
1929; presented to the Legislature, March 26th, 1928. Printed. 

CONTENTS OF PART II 

Report of the Department of Lands and Forests for the year ending 
October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 
1928. Printed. 

Annual Report of the Department of Mines for the year 1927. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 21st, 1928. Printed. 

Annual Report of the Inspector of Legal Offices for the year ending 
December 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 
1928. Printed. 

Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for year 1927. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 8th, 1928. Printed. 

CONTENTS OF PART III 

Report of the Registrar of Loan Corporations for year 1927. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, March 8th, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Minister of Public Works for the Province of Ontario for 
year ending October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 7th, 1928. Printed. 

Annual Report of the Game and Fisheries Department for year 1927. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928 Printed. 



No. 10 



No. 11 



No. 12 



No. 13 



No. 14 



Report of the Department of Labour for the year 1927. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 8th, 1928. Printed. 



Report of the Minister of Education for year 1927. 
Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Printed. 



Presented to the 



Report of the Board of Governors of the University of Toronto ending 
June 30th, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, February 10th, 
1928. Printed. 



CONTENTS OF PART IV 

Annual Report of the Registrar-General's Branch of the Department of 
Health of Births, Marriages and Deaths for year ending December 
31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. 
Printed. 



Report of Department of Health for the year 1927. 
Legislature, March 7th, 1928. Printed. 



Presented to the 



No. 15 



Annual Report of Inspectors of Prisons and Public Charities upon the 
Hospitals for Insane, Feeble-minded and Epileptics for year ending 
October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 
1928. Printed. 



No. 17 



Annual Report of Inspector of Prisons and Public Charities upon 
Hospitals and Charitable Institutions for year ending September 
30th, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. 
Printed. 



No. 19| Report of the Superintendent of Neglected and Dependent Children of 
Ontario for 1927. Presented to the Legislature, February 15th, 
1928. Printed. 

No. 20 First Report of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario from June 1st, 
1927, to October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, 
February 29th, 1928. Printed. 



No. 21 Report of the Department of Agriculture for year 1927. 
to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Printed. 



Presented 



No. 22 Annual Report of the Statistics Branch, Department of Agriculture 
for year 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. 
Printed. 



No. 23 Report of the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Com- 
mission for the year ending October 31st, 1927. Presented to the 
Legislature, March 20th, 1928. Printed. 



No. 


24 


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26 


No. 


27 


No. 


28 


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29 


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30 


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No. 33 



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No. 35 



No. 36 



No. 37 



CONTENTS OF PART V 

Annual Report of the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board for year 
ending December 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 30th, 1928. Printed. 

Annual Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for year ending October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 30th, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Provincial Auditor for the year 1926-27. Presented to 
the Legislature, March 22nd, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Workmen's Compensation Board for 1927. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 16th, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Ontario Veterinary College for year 1927. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Distribution of the Revised Statutes and Sessional 
Papers. Presented to the Legislature, February 10th, 1928. 
Not printed. 

Comparative Statement of Legislative Grants apportioned to Rural 
Public and Separate Schools for the years 1926 and 1927. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, February 10th, 1928. Not printed. 

Regulations and Orders-in-Council made under the authority of the 
Department of Education Act relating to Public Schools, Separate 
Schools or High Schools. Presented to the Legislature, February 
14th, 1928. Not printed. 

Report of the Ontario Athletic Commission for year ending October 
31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, February 14th, 1928. 
Not printed. 

Report of the Secretary and Registrar of the Province of Ontario with 
respect to The Ontario Companies Act, The Extra Provincial 
Corporations Act, and The Mortmain and Charitable Uses Act, etc. 
Presented to the Legislature, February 14th, 1928. Not printed. 

Order-in-Council prescribing fees payable under The Ontario Insurance 
Act, 1924. Presented to the Legislature, February 15th, 1928. 
Not printed. 

Eleventh Municipal Bulletin — Municipal Statistics, 1926 — Bureau of 
Municipal Affairs. Presented to the Legislature, February 15th, 
1928. Printed (not bound in Sessional Volumes). 

Report of the Commission under The Extra-mural Employment of 
Sentenced Persons' Act, 1921, for year ending October 31st, 1927. 
Presented to the Legislature, February 20th, 1928. Not printed. 



No. ^S 



No. 39 



No. 40 



No. 41 



No. 42 



No. 43 



No. 44 



No. 45 



No. 46 



No. 47 



No. 48 



No. 49 



No. 50 



()rders-in-('ounciI made under the authority of The Northern Develop- 
ment Act, 1926, from April 14th, 1927, to February 6th, 1928. 
Presented to the Legislature, February 27th, 1928. Not printed. 

Report of the Niagara Parks Commission for year 1927. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 7th, 1928. Printed (not bound in 
Sessional Volumes). 



Report of the Minimum Wage Board, Ontario, 1927. 
the Legislature, March 8th, 1928. Printed. 



Presented to 



Return to an Order of the House, dated February 18th, 1927, that 
there be laid before this House, a Return, showing what companies 
and municipalities in Ontario pay rentals for the use of water 
powers they are utilizing, and how much was paid in each case 
last year. Presented to the Legislature, March 9th, 1928. Mr. 
Slack. Not printed. 

Return respecting Insurance on Government Property. Presented to 
the Legislature, March 9th, 1928. Mr. Bragg. Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House, dated February 11th, 1927, that there 
be laid before this House, a Return, showing — 1. How many 
Ontario Breweries have been convicted for violation of The 
Ontario Temperance Act since the present Government came into 
office in July, 1923. 2. What breweries, and when, and where. 
3. What penalties were incurred. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 9th, 1928. Mr. Lethbridge. Not printed. 

Report of the Mothers' Allowances Commission for the year 1925-26 
and 1926-27. Presented to the Legislature, March 12th, 1928. 
Printed. 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police, 
1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 15th, 1928. Printed. 

Report of the Niagara Parks Commission for 1926. Presented to the 
Legislature, March 16th, 1928. Printed (not bound in Sessional 
Volumes). 



Statement re the Highway Improvement Fund for 1927. 
to the Legislature, March 23rd, 1928. Not printed. 



Presented 



Report of the Public Service Superannuation Fund for the year 1927. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 23rd, 1928. Not printed. 

Report of the Standing Committee on Fish and Game. Presented to 
the Legislature, March 28th, 1928. Printed as Appendix Number, 
Journals of 1928. 

Report on Operations under The Northern and Northwestern Ontario 
Development Act, 1912, for year ending October 31st, 1927. 
Presented to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Printed. 



No. 51 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return, showing all correspondence, reports, findings and court 
records, now in the possession of the Attorney-General, or any 
other member of the Government, relating to the prosecution of 
Dr. Grant Fraser of Madoc, in the County of Hastings, in or 
about the month of June, 1927. on a charge of violating The 
Ontario Temperance Act, and also in relation to the appeal from 
the decision of the Police Magistrate to the County Court Judge, 
and also in relation to the final disposition of the case. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 

No. 52 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return of all correspondence, documents, memorandums and 
copies of letters or documents in the possession of the Attorney- 
General, or any other department, in relation to the retirement 
and resignation of W. E. Gundy from the office of Police Magistrate 
of the City of Windsor. Presented to the Legislature, March 
30th, 1928. Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 

No. 53 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return of all correspondence passing between the Attorney- 
General, or any one in his department, and Jesse Bradford, of 
Lindsay, Ontario, in relation to the office of Police Magistrate at 
Lindsay, and the work of the said Jesse Bradford in that office 
and' also all correspondence passing between the Attorney-General 
or any one in his department and other parties in relation to the 
said Jesse Bradford and his office of Police Magistrate at Lindsay, 
and also all petitions, memorandums or representations lodged 
with the Attorney-General or his department either' on behalf 
of the said Jesse Bradford or in opposition to him. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 



No. 54 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return, showing — 1. Has the Government or any Department 
thereof considered amendments either to The Boiler Inspection 
Act in respect to the annual inspection of steam boilers and other 
pressure vessels. 2. Have there been any conferences between the 
Ministers of the Government or officials of any department, with 
interest directly or indirectly concerned in the manufacture, 
sale, installation or operation of such equipment; when and where 
did these conferences take place; what were the names of the 
parties present, and the interest that each represented. 3. Have 
there been any conferences between any member of the Govern- 
ment and representatives of any interests at which all of the 
interests were not invited to be represented. 4. Were records 
kept of any conferences. 5. Were any proposed amendments 
drafted by any Department or any officials thereof subsequent 
to and based upon recommendation, suggestions or resolutions 
adopted at any such conferences. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 30th, 1928. Mr. Pearson. Not printed. 



No. 55 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return, showing — 1. What amount of crushed stone was 
purchased by the Department of Highways in each of the years 
1925 and 1926. 2. From whom was the same purchased. 3. 
What was the price paid to each vendor. 4. Were tenders asked 
for in each case. 5. What tenders were received. 6. What was 
the rate mentioned in each tender. Presented to the Legislature, 
March 30th, 1928. Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 

No. 56 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House, 
a Return of all correspondence leading up to or following or relating 
to the resignation of Mr. S. L. Squire, Deputy Minister of High- 
ways, passing between Mr. S. L. Squire and the Minister of 
Highways, the Premier, or any other person or persons. Presented 
to the Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 

No. 57 Return to an Order of the House that there be laid before the House 
a Return, showing the total area of pulp and timber limits which 
have been sold since January 1st, 1927, to whom the same were 
sold and what area was sold in each case. Presented to the 
Legislature, March 30th, 1928. Mr. Fletcher. Not printed. 



No. 58 Annual Report of the Civil Service Commissioner for year ending 
October 31st, 1927. Presented to the Legislature, March 30th 
1928. Not printed. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Twelve Months Ended 31st October 



1927 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO: 
Printed and Published by the Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

19 2 8 



To His Honour W. D. Ross, 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, 
1927. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph D. Monteith, 

Treasurer. 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 

February 1st, 1928. 



[S] 



Audit Office, 

February 1st, 1928. 
Hon. Joseph D. Monteith, 

Provincial Treasurer. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the twelve 
months ended 31st October, 1927. 

Respectfully submitted, 

G. A. Brown, 

Provincial A udiior. 



\S\ 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 



Expenditure 



Revenue 



Agriculture Department 

Attorney-General's Department 

Education Department 

Game and Fisheries Department 

Health Department 

Insurance Department 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 

Mines Department 

Miscellaneous, General 

Northern Development Department 

Prime Minister's Department 

Provinclal Auditor's Office 

Provincial Secretary's Department 

Provincial Treasurer's Department 

Public Debt, Loans Advanced, Special Fund Repayments, Etc . 

Public Highways Department 

Public Works Department 

APPENDIX 
Federal Subsidy for Agriculture 



Page 

R 1- 62 

D 1- 30 

F 1- 60 

J 1- 17 

M 1- 13 

E 1- 3 

N 1- 11 

G 1- 23 

C 1- 5 

A 1- 2 

I 1- 10 

S 1- 7 

H 1- 27 

B 1- 16 

P 1- 3 

Q 1- 63 

O 1- 24 

T 1 

L 1- 37 

K 1- 41 



U 1- 4 



Page 

42 
16 
18 
22 
24 
17 
24 
19 
16 

21 

18 
16 

40 
26 

45 
22 
22 



alphabetical index at back of book 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



No. PACK 

Assets and Liabilities 8 

1 Revenue and Expenditure Statement and Consolidated Revenue Fund 10 

(a) Comparative Ordinary Revenue and Expenditure 1923-7 12 

(b) Comparative Capital Revenue and Expenditure ** 14 

(c) Public Debt, Loans and Special Funds — Comparative Principal Receipts 

and Payments, 1923-7 14 

Revenue 

2 Prime Minister's Department 16 

3 Legislation 10 

4 Attorney-General's Department 16 

5 Insurance Department 17 

6 Education Department 18 

7 Lands and Forests Department 18 

8 Northern Development Department 20 

9 Mines Department 21 

10 Game and Fisheries Department 22 

11 Public Works Department 22 

12 Public Highways Department 23 

13 Health Department 24 

14 Labour Department 24 

(a) Mothers' Allowances Commission 25 

15 Provincial Treasurer's Department 26 

(a) Corporations Tax 27 

(b) Land Transfer Tax 36 

(c) Law Stamps 37 

(d) Succession Duty 38 

16 Provincial Secretary's Department 39 

(a) Ontario Housing Commission, Principal 40 

(b) Ontario Housing Commission, Interest 41 

17 Agriculture Department 42 

18 Interest 44 

19 Public Debt — Proceeds of Loans 45 

20 Loan Reoaym.ents, Special Funds, etc 46 

21 King's Printer's Ofifice 47 

Assets and Liabilities — Schedules 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 47 

Loans 48 

Buildings, Roads, etc 48 

Bank Balances 48 

Accounts Receivable 49 

Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 49 

Deferred Assets 49 

Discount on Loans, 1923-1927 (To be charged of? over Life of Loans) 49 

Province of Ontario Stock and Debentures 50 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees 52 

Registered Stock — Sinking Funds 56 

Railway Aid and Annuities 57 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 58 

Accounts Pavable 58 

Special Funds 58 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 59 

Municipal Sinking Funds 60 

Expenditure 

Expenditure Statement 64 

Comparative Statement under Departments 65 

Pavment to Officials from more than one source 69 



m 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



THE GOVERNMENT OF THl 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

Page 

No. Capital Assets 

Realizable or Income-Producing: 
Dominion of Canada 

Capital Account — Capitalized at 5^ — 

Annual Subsidy, B.N.A. Act $ 4,800,000 00 

Annual Grant, B.N.A. Act 45,203,944 00 

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

Common School Fund — Ontario and Quebec 1,474,111 77 

Quebec Turnpike Trust — Ontario and Quebec. . . . 3,324 35 



$ 54,329,669 72 
47 Hydro-Electric Power Commission — Advances — 

Hydro System $138,698,793 40 



Less — 

Repayment from Sinking Fund $ 6,150,567 00 
Sinking Fund — Ontario bonds 

deposited 366,000 00 



$ 6,516,567 00 



$132,182,226 40 

Central Ontario Power System 14,937,680 41 

147,119,906 81 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

48 Loans to Municipalities, etc 8,685,663 03 

$240,343,174 48 

48 Buildings, Roads, etc 135,893,319 23 

Estimated Potential Revenue Resoltices: 

Log Timber, Pine, Spruce, Poplar, etc.. .$241,050,000 00 

Pulpwood Timber, Ties, Poles, etc 337,200,000 00 

Crown Lands 23,000,000 00 

Water Powers 55,000,000 00 

Fish, Game and Fur 15,000,000 00 

Mines 20,000,000 00 



$691,250,000 00 



Total Capital Assets $376,236,493 71 



Current Assets 

48 Cash in Banks $ 3,614,410 36 

49 Accounts Receivable 4,353,010 04 

58 Agricultural Development Finance Act — Invest- 
ments 17,160,225 02 

49 Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 1,137,471 82 

Total Current Assets 26,265,117 24 

49 Deferred Assets 89,491 47 

49 Discount on Loans $ 854,464 28 



Total Assets $402,591,102 42 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS f 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1927 

Page Capital Liabilities 

No, 

51 Ontario Stock and Debentxjees $293,365,994 54 

Deduct — 

56 Registered Stock— Sinking Fund $ 2,136,526 73 

Ontario Bonds deposited by Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission 366,000 00 

2,502,526 73 

$290,863,467 81 

University of Toronto Certificates 240,000 00 

57 Railway Aid — Certificates and Annuities 2,090,271 74 

52 Contingent Liabilities: 

Bonds, etc., guaranteed by the Prov- 
ince of Ontario $ 51,688,424 08 



Total Capital Liabilities $293,193,739 55 



Current Liabilities 

Temporary Loans— Treasury Bills $42,940,000 00 

48 Due TO Banks 2,976,094 55 

58 Province OF Ontario Savings Office — Deposits 18,831,869 24 

58 Accounts Payable 574,881 95 

Accrued Interest on Public Debt 4,832,623 45 

58 Special Funds 5,570,563 90 

Total Current Liabilities 75,726,033 0? 

Total Liabilities $368,919,772 64 

Debt Retirement Reserve: 

Amount provided out of Current Ordinarv Revenue 

in accordance with Debt Retirement Plan, 1927. $1,689,569 76 

Balance — Excess of Total Assets over Total Liabilities 33,671,329 78 

$402,591,102 42 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement 
REVENUE AND 
Fiscal Year ended 



Page 
No. 



16 
16 
16 

17 
18 
18 
20 
21 
12 
22 
23 
24 
24 
26 
39 
42 
44 
47 



State- 
ment 
No. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

21 



Departments 



Revenue 

Prime Minister 

Legislation 

Attorney-General 

Insurance 

Education 

Lands and Forests 

Northern Development 

Mines 

Game and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Public Highways 

Health 

Labour 

Provincial Treasurer 

Provincial Secretary 

Agriculture 

Interest on Loans, etc 

Stationery Account — Excess of 
amount distributed to Depart 
ments over purchases during 
year 

Total Revenue 



Ordinary 



546 

21 

4,827 

152 

628 

3,445 

4 

796 

721 

16 

10,469 

136 

1,043 

20,647 

1,886 

545 

10,383 



,825 87 
,501 59 
,148 06 
,590 23 
,282 77 
,763 21 
,092 38 
,084 17 
,576 25 
,138 60 
,820 30 
,592 29 
,300 16 
,488 26 
,545 31 
,929 02 
.629 60 



32,916 44 



56,306,224 51 



Capital 



1,218.661 82 
35,199 82 
43,709 26 



33,412 63 
1,417,179 20 



2,748,162 73 



Total 



546 

21 

4,827 

152 

628 

4,664 

39 

839 

721 

49 

11,886 

136 

1,043 

20,647 

1,886 

545 

10,383 



S c. 
,825 87 
,501 59 
,148 06 
,590 23 
,282 77 
,425 03 
,292 20 
,793 43 
,576 25 
.551 23 
,999 50 
,592 29 
,300 16 
,488 26 
,545 31 
,929 02 
,629 60 



32,916 44 



59,054,387 24 



Ordinary 

Ordinary Revenue as above 

Ordinary Expenditure as per contra 

Excess of Ordinary Revenue 
Deduct: Discount on Loans, etc., applicable to 

On Bond Issues 

On Treasury Bill Issues 

Premium paid on Bonds and Stock pur- 
chased for redemption, applicable 
to vear 



Surplus of Ordinary Revenue 



CONSOLIDATED 
Fiscal Year ended 

istate- 
Page ment 
No. No. Receipts 

. . Balance in Banks— November 1st, 1926 $1,134,994 99 

Add : Old outstanding cheques cancelled 264 29 

$ 1,135,259 28 

Revenue as above — 

Ordinary $56,306,224 51 

Capital 2,748,162 73 

59,054,387 24 

45 19 Public Debt- 

Proceeds of Bond and Treasury Bill Issues, etc. $63,202,159 57 

46 20 Loan Repayments — Municipalities, 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, etc 3,985,689 11 

46 20 Special Funds— Deposits 2,187,215 97 

69,375,064 65 



$129,564,711 17 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



No. 1 

EXPENDITURE 
3l8t October, 1927 



Page 
No. 



Departments 



Ordir 



Capital 



Total 



A2 
B2 
C2 
D2 
E2 
F2 
G2 
H2 
12 
J2 
K2 
L2 
M2 
N2 
02 
P2 
Q2 
R2 
S2 
05 



Expenditure 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 

Prime Minister 

Legislation 

Attorney-General 

Insurance 

Education 

Lands and Forests 

Northern Development 

Mines 

Game and Fisheries . . 

Public Works 

Public Highways 

Health 

Labour 

Provincial Treasurer 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary 

Agriculture 

General Miscellaneous 

Public Debt — Interest and Debt Retire- 



ToTAL Expenditure. 



$ 

5,450 

255,522 

366,049 

2,479,317 

52,288 

9,514,789 

1,762,231 

1,823,918 

334,972 

434,752 

822,120 

4,196,708 

682,080 

2,455,963 

1,882,819 

103,024 

6,547,780 

2,339,409 

339,511 



19,364,979 91 



1,100,000 00 



100,937 85 

764,914 47 

2,682,215 76 

4,098 35 

57,720 76 

1,353,973 85 

9,762,557 65 



1,700 00 



345 72 



5 
M55 

366 
2,479 
52 
9,615 
2,527 
4,506 

339 

492 

2,176 

13,959 

682 
2,455 
1,884 

103 
6,547 
2,339 

339 



S c. 
450 60 
522 43 
049 08 
317 61 
288 46 
727 07 
146 07 
134 11 
070 66 
472 88 
,093 91 
,266 23 
,080 65 
,963 65 
,519 55 
,024 03 
,780 81 
,409 12 
856 81 



19,364,979 91 



55,763,688 63 



15,828,464 41 



71,592,153 04 



Rec.\pitul.^^tion 



$ 56,306,224 51 
. 55,763,688 63 



over Expenditure $ 542,535 88 

year — 

$ 22,132 00 

144.107 50 



17,072 99 



183,312 49 



for year $ 359,223 39 



REVENUE FUND 
31st October, 1927 



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No. 



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Payments 

Expenditure as above — 

Ordinarv $55,763,688 

Capital ■ 15,828,464 

Public Debt- 
Bonds, Treasury Bills, etc., matured and paid $ 47,485,000 

Loans Advanced — Municipalities, 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, etc 9,102,743 

Special Funds — Repayments 745,670 

Balance — 

In Banks (net)— October 31st. 1927 $ 638,315 

Returned cheques held for collection 828 



-$ 71,592,153 04 



00 

76 
22 



81 

34 



57,333.413 98 



639,144 IS 



$129,564,711 17 



i: 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



STATEMENT 
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF ORDINARY 

Fiscal Years 



Department 


Ordinary Revenue 




1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Prime Minister 




10 00 

21,560 64 

1,888,470 66 

131.376 15 

571, .556 83 

3,335,206 03 


153,657 99 

31,421 29 

1.797,696 49 

143,367 52 

602,871 33 

3,555,006 92 

4,639 38 

572,717 68 

709,455 73 

10,295 31 

8,482,939 96 

118,913 49 

912,679 73 

17,449,932 01 


473,064 05 


Legislation 


18,340 66 

1,611,216 40 

131,533 28 

483,385 93 

1,993,448 40 


17,811 68 


Attorney- General 


1,743,726 10 


Insurance 


144,572 33 


Education 


530,082 52 


Lands and Forests 


3,281,329 58 


N^orthern Developnient. . . 


395 84 


Mines 


562,872 25 

621,148 08 

14,473 89 

4,525,928 14 


593.218 15 

667,233 46 

22,506 25 

5,498,028 75 

83,305 49 

906,414 28 

15,172,277 78 


799,837 67 


Game and Fisheries 


682,063 32 


Public Works 


17,691 83 


Public Highways 


10,416,491 30 


Health 


162,344 17 


Labour 


758,366 83 
13,490,008 29 


940,250 65 


Provincial Treasurer 

Provincial Auditor 


19,379,827 24 


Provincial Secretary 

Agriculture 


1,226,520 52 
339,084 19 


1,449,662 57 
476,132 72 


1,426,757 29 
445,127 72 


1,805,545 92 
483,317 01 


Miscellaneous . ... 








2,755 47 














Total— Excluding 

Interest 


25,776,320 86 
8,333,891 76 


30,819,715 23 
9,721,208 42 


36,417,479 84 
10,185,323 67 


40,878,351 21 


Interest, Debt Retirement, 
etc 


9,962,691 6S 






Discount on Loans 


34,110,212 62 


40,540,923 65 


46,602,803 51 


50,841,042 89 


Surplus of Ordinal^ Revenue 










DeHciency " " 


15,195,226 53 


8,468,764 51 


5,107,364 99 


812,140 31 


Total 


49,305,439 15 


49,009,688 16 


51,710,168 50 


51,653,183 20 







1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



13 



No. 1 (a) 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

1923-27 





Ordinary Expenditure 


1927 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,400 00 

1,649,451 61 

457,531 34 
2,343,299 32 
46,227 96 
9,835,581 26 
1,510,878 20 
1,404,139 69 

315,454 77 

356,672 04 
1,000,640 21 
3,302,950 41 

513,936 77 
2,124,433 61 
2,156,828 30 
60,886 51 
6.084,987 15 
1,996,823 18 

156,307 34 


$ c. 

5,400 00 

1,282,233 37 

314,867 38 

2,201.069 48 

41,431 14 

9,283.487 65 

1,263,128 31 

1,384,317 16 

324 408 66 

323 985 29 

850,000 31 

3,001,235 05 

554,721 57 

2,104.016 68 

2,025,171 41 

72,953 83 

5,438,647 49 

2,137,832 36 

84,069 31 


$ c. 

5,450 00 

327,473 97 

365,933 51 

2,510,723 12 

48,621 99 

9,259.464 03 

1,664,453 20 

1,390,824 68 

278,115 27 

357.476 46 

805.181 26 

3,534,911 91 

606.306 58 

2,299,403 04 

2,134,584 17 

89,862 90 

6,216,616 65 

2,239,616 86 

77,926 90 

11,056 22 


$ c. 

5,450 00 

649.104 11 

343,757 24 

2,004,449 59 

42.363 58 

9,190,734 30 

1,708,365 61 

1,661,028 28 

291,400 07 

401,304 43 

749,815 65 

3,348,816 90 

646,967 15 

2,318.360 52 

2,218,874 41 

100,567 31 

6,008.048 64 

2,240,910 78 

173.895 83 

46,766 01 


$ c. 
5,450 00 


546,825 87 

21,501 59 

4,827,148 06 

152,500 23 

628,282 77 

3,445,763 21 

4,092 38 

796.084 17 

721,576 25 

16,138 60 

10,469,820 30 

136,592 29 

1,043,300 16 

20,647,488 26 


255.522 43 

366,049 08 

2,479.317 61 

52.288 46 

9.514.789 22 

1.762.231 60 

1.823,918 35 

334.972 31 

434.752 12 

822.120 06 

4,196,708 58 

682 080 65 

2,455,963 65 

1.882 819 55 

103 024 03 


1,886,545 31 
545,929 02 


6,547.780 81 

2,339,409 12 

339 511 09^ 


32,916 44 












45,922,594 91 
10,383,629 60 


35,322,429 67 
13,510,708 26 


32,692,976 45 
16,173,592 43 


34,224,002 72 
17,238.175 78 


34,150,980 50 
17,100.800 75 


36,398,708 72 
19.364,979 91 


56,306,224 51 


48,833,137 93 
472,301 22 


48,866,568 88 
143,119 28 


51,462,178 50 
247,990 00 


51,251,781 25 
401,401 95 


55,763.688 63 
183 312 49 




359 223 39 


























56,306,224 51 


49,305,439 15 


49,009,688 16 


51,710,168 50 


51,653,183 20 


56.306,224 51 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement 
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF 

Fiscal 





Capital Revenue 


Department 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


Prime Minister 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Attorney-General 










Education 










Lands and Forests 

Northern Development. . 
Mines 


708,516 86 
67,995 62 


1,181,037 52 
103,419 30 


1,458,860 93 
40,190 32 
40,694 28 


1,205,139 36 
64,156 86 
38,578 14 


Game and Fisheries 








Public Works 






6,929 85 
5,757,238 19 


34 473 43 


Public Highways 

Provincial Treasurer. . . . 


1,652,528 08 


3,657,117 71 


1,802,719 71 
2,150 00 


Provincial Secretary. . . . 








Agriculture 






3,175 00 


'3,666 66 


Miscellaneous — Station- 
ery, etc 


67,410 65 












Total 


2,496,451 21 


4,941,574 53 


7,307,088 57 


3,150,217 50 





Statement 

PUBLIC DEBT, LOANS 

Comparative Statement of 

Fiscal 



u \ ■<.. 


■i r^, ■, .•..• 1, I 


Receipts 










1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


Public Debt: 
Bonds, Treasury Bills, 
etc 


$ c. 

76,030,667 76 

1,079,063 94 
337,280 01 


$ c. 

65,543,842 51 

3,434,098 73 
635,905 44 


$ c. 

47,949,876 50 

1,117,543 04 
721,788 33 


$ c. 
58,021,527 65 


Loans to Municipalities, 
Hydro, etc 


6,526,740 82 


Special Funds 


952,726 41 






Total 


77,447,011 71 


69,613,846 68 


49,789,207 87 


65,500,994 88 







1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



15 



No. 1 (b) 

CAPITAL REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

Years 1923-27 





Capital Expenditure 


1927 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,100,000 00 






2,720 00 

307,532 80 

881,757 32 

2,106,604 00 








202,200 00 
1,416,327 28 
2,563,782 05 


172,256 76 

710,186 19 

2,546,758 04 

7,748 18 

22,725 25 

2,186,033 80 

9,349,890 18 

10,788 '30 

18,713 64 


142.875 67 

745,366 23 

2,429,800 63 

9,116 45 

50,434 23 

2,256,456 29 

8,170,0'30 39 

44,500 00 

13,629 84 

5,312 30 


100 937 85 


1.218,661 82 
35,199 82 
43,709 26 


764,914 47 

2,682,215 76 

4,098 35 

57,720 76 

1,353,973 85 

9,762,557 65 

1,700 00 




34,750 15 

1,600,324 63 

19,206,120 46 

53,558 00 


14,680 74 

1.306,306 47 

8,131.024 80 

15,441 80 

22,200 65 


33,412 63 
1,417,179 20 
















345 72 














2,748,162 73 


25,077,062 57 


12,788,268 58 


15,025,100 34 


13,867.552 03 


15,828,464 41 



No. 1 (c) 

AND SPECIAL FUNDS 
Principal Receipts and Payments 
Years 1923-27 





Payments 


1927 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


$ c. 

63,202,159 57 

3,985,689 11 
2,187,215 97 


$ c. 

19,316,198 14 

17,939,630 73 
677,090 75 


$ c. 

26,375,415 86 

23,221,447 53 
25,502 68 


S c. 

49.906,601 15 

12,565,471 15 
266,074 58 


$ c. 

43,230,768 10 

6,649.732 80 
240,878 36 


$ c. 

47,485,000 00 

9,102,743 76 
745,670 22 


69,375,064 65 


37,932,919 62 


49,622,366 07 


62,738,146 88 


50,121,379 26 


57,333.413 98 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 2 
PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Oedinary — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Bonus Rural Transmission Lines — refunded $ 37,227 51 

Water Rentals— Queenston-Chippewa Plant 480,098 50 

Sale of Orders-in-Council and Miscellaneous 

King's Printer — 

Ontario Gazette $ 19,774 59 

Sales of Stationery, etc 9,646 12 

$ 

Loans, Special Funds, etc. (See Statement No. 20) — 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Refund of Advances not required $ 304,139 72 

Repayment of Advances under Debt Retirement Plan. 1,338,567 00 

$ 1,642,706 72 

Public Ser\'ice Superannuation Fund — 

Employees' and Government Contributions 497,177 61 



517,326 01 
79 15 



29.420 71 

546,825 87 



2,139,884 33 
$ 2,686.710 20 



Statement No. 3 

LEGISLATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary — 

Office of Legislative Accountant — 

Private Bill Fees % 

Sale of Legislative Papers — 

Sessional Statutes $ 4,219 66 

Publications 683 76 



16,598 17 
4,903 42 



$ 21.501 59 



Statement No. 4 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary — 

Main Office — Miscellaneous $ 2,691 54 

Branches — 

Inspector of Legal Offices — 
Fines, Fees, etc. — 

Crown Attorneys and Clerks of the Peace — 

Fees $ 38,963 22 

Fines, Estreated Bail, etc 5,188 28 

Miscellaneous 915 25 

Local Masters of Titles — Fees 21,925 52 

Police Magistrates — 

Fees 22,733 37 

Fines 35,945 99 

Local and Surrogate Registrars, and County 

Court Clerks— Fees 80,543 96 

Registrars of Deeds — Fees 4,277 14 

Division Court Clerks — 

Unclaimed Monevs and Bankruptcy Fees 50,749 06 

Sheriffs- Fees .' 17,600 92 

278,842 71 



Carried forward . 



281,534 25 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



17 



Statement No. 4 — Continued 
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

Brought jorward $ 281,534 25 

Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts — 

Perquisites, Sundry- Refunds, etc 1,549 00 

Law Enforcement — Board of License Commissioners 
and Ontario Provincial Police — 

Dispensaries $ 1,399,281 48 

Native Wine Permits 10,000 00 

Non-intoxicating Liquor Permits 14,100 89 

Standard Hotel License Fees 71 00 

Druggists' Permits 98 00 

Employees' Permits 20 00 

Fines — Breach of Ontario Temperance Act 168,258 12 

Confiscated Liquor 25,648 1 1 

Miscellaneous 746 61 

1,618,224 21 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — 

Profits, Fines, etc 2,800,400 00 

Public Trustee — Refund of Expenses 43,500 95 

Fire Marshal — 

Fire Marshal's Tax — 

Licensed Companies $ 74.011 09 

Unlicensed Companies 3,880 22 

Reciprocals 711 23 

Lightning Rod Act — 

License Fees, etc 3,333 61 

81,936 15 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board — Casual 3 50 



% 4.827.148 06 



Statement No. 5 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

(Under the Attorney-General) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary — 

Ontario Insurance Act — 

ioint Stock Companies $ 59,198 36 

'lutual and Cash Mutuals 14,915 26 

Fraternal and Mutual Benefit Societies 5,227 50 

Other Insurers 1,826 41 

Underwriters' Agency Licenses 2,400 00 

Agents, Brokers and Adjusters' Licenses 50,850 00 

Special Brokers' Licenses 400 00 

Tax on Premiums — 

Unlicensed Companies 1,776 26 

Reciprocals 2,133 70 

Miscellaneous Fees 1,515 99 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act — 

Loan Corporations $ 4,150 00 

Loaning Land Companies 485 00 

Trust Companies 5,741 25 

Miscellaneous Fees 1 ,420 50 

Money Lenders Act — 

License Fees 



$ 140,243 48 



11,796 75 
550 00 
$ 152.590 23 



IS PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 6 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Public and Separate School Education — 

Federal Subvention for Promotion of Technical Education $ 330,337 10 

Departmental Examinations — 

F'ees $ 99,698 43 

Appeals 4,258 31 

103,956 74 



Miscellaneous 117,361 40 



Schools — Normal and Model — 

Toronto— Fees $ 9,353 00 

Ottawa— Fees 8,341 00 



Institutions — 

School for Peaf — Sale of Products, Fees, etc $ 22,141 25 

School for Blind " •* « 18,510 97 

Northern Academy « « « 18,281 31 



17,694 00 



58,933 53 



$ 628.282 77 



Statement No. 7 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Orijinary — 

Main Office — 
Rentals — 

Crown Leases and Licenses of Occupation 

Casual Fees , 


$ 


183,851 

2,133 

890 

18 


60 
95 
06 
00 




Miscellaneous Refunds. . 
Sand and Gravel 






... 






$ 


107,585 
37,088 


34 
12 


$ 186,893 61 


Branches — 
I^ands — 

Crown Lands — 

Agricultural 

Townsites 


$ 


144,673 

400 

1,919 

377 


46 
55 
93 
35 








Clergy Lands 

Common School Lands. . 










Universitv 




















I^ss— Capital, 75%. 


$ 


147,371 
110,528 


29 

43 




Land Taxes 


$ 


36,842 
76,088 


86 
68 










- 


112,931 54 


Wood and Forests — 

Bonus 


$ 1,581,818 63 
2,064,296 51 


Timber Dues 
















"- 




l^ss — Capital, 30%. 


$ 3,646,115 
1,093,834 


14 
54 




Ground Rent 


$ 


2,552,280 

109,691 

346,973 

11,100 

595 

82,592 

123 


60 
43 
31 
00 
15 
11 
00 




Fire Protection Tax 










Transfer Fees 










Mill License Fees 

Forest Ranging 










Forest Reserves — Guides' 


Fees 


Carried f( 


Dru 


3,103,355 60 




<ari 


i 






s 


3.403.180 75 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

Statement No. 7 — Continued 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Ordinary — Continued Brought forward $3,403,180 75 

Forestry — 

Fire Ranging $ 8,934 93 

Cullers Act 180 00 

9.114 93 

Agents — 

Refunds 101 34 

Parks and Beaches — 
Algonquin — 

Rentals $ 3,216 45 

Rerquisites, etc 1,248 50 

Fishing, Guide, and Boat Licenses 4,470 50 

Sale of Furs 676 00 

Miscellaneous 1,925 50 



Rondeau — 

Rentals $ 6,477 32 

Hydro Rebate 512 02 

Sale of Lumber 373 05 

Miscellaneous 69 20 



11,536 95 



7,431 59 



Quetico — 

Perquisites $ 199 50 

Fishing Licenses, etc 6,328 60 

Sale of Furs 3,135 00 

Miscellaneous 1,253 17 

10,916 27 

Temagami — Rentals 2,573 80 

Bruce Beach— Rentals 120 50 

Jordan Harbour — Rentals 697 08 

Total Ordinary Revenue $ 3,445,763 21 

Capital — 

Branches — 
Lands — 

Land Collections, 75% $ 110,528 43 

Woods and Forests — 

Ronus, 30% $ 474,545 59 

Timber Dues, 30% 619,288 95 

1,093,834 54 

Forestry — 

Reforestation $ 13,988 85 

Clearing Townsites 10 00 

« 13,998 85 

Surveys — 

Surveys 300 00 

1,218,661 82 

$ 4,664,425 03 



20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 8 
DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT 
(Under Minister of Lands and Forests) 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1927 

Main Office — 

16 Geo. V, chap. 10— 

Sec. 14 (B) Roads — Sale of Supplies, Lumber and 

Equipment and Refunds 

(D) Assistance of Settlors — Feed Shortage, 

Principal and Interest on Notes 

(F) Seed Grain — Cash Sales and Principal and 

Interest on Notes 

(F) Agricultural Implements — Principal and 

Interest on Notes 

(H) Purchase of Cattle — Cash Sales and Prin- 
cipal and Interest on Notes 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Land Settlement Act — 

Sale of Buildings, Shackleton Colony 

Fire Relief 



Settlers* Loan Commission — 

Principal and Interest, Exchange, etc. 



Capital 


Ordinary 


9,999 61 1 


4,092 38 


176 68 


16 80 


13,800 24 


2.145 97 


2.798 70 


822 42 


7,974 OS 


539 33 


450 54 


395 14 
325 14 



$ 35,199 82 $ 
113,530 75 



8,337 18 
37,709 77 



$ 148.730 57 $ 46.046 95 



Summary 

Ordinary Revenue $ 4,092 38 

Capital Receipts 35,199 82 



Interest— (To Statement No. 18) $ 41,954 57 

Loan Repayments— (To Statement No. 20) 113,530 75 



$ 39,292 20 



155,485 32 



$ 194,777 52 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 21 

Statement No. 9 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sand and Gravel^ 

Royalties $124,853 59 

Licenses 3,305 15 

S 128.158 74 



Casual Fees 728 70 

Sale of Record Books — Metal Sales Act 23 00 

Boring Permits 3,200 00 

Gas Leases. 3,700 00 

Contingencies 20 00 

Explorations and Investigations 95 00 



135.925 44 



Branches — 

Inspection — Cable Testing Fees $ 1.169 00 

Assessment — Taxes — 

Acreage $ 36,755 47 

Profit 340,890 08 

Gas 13,389 51 

391.035 06 



Chemical and Assay — Fees 2.454 76 

Mining Recorders — 
Mine Rentals — 

Mining Leases $ 8,655 15 

Licenses of Occupation 1,845 53 

Miners — 

Licenses 81,291 42 

Permits 5,245 00 

Recording Fees 136,398 15 

Maps 2,350 25 

Miscellaneous 4,307 40 

Rent of Office Building 50 00 



240,142 90 

Draughtsman, North Bay — Fees 922 21 

Natural Gas Commissioner — 

Permits 816 34 

Temiskaming Laboratories — Fees 18,393 38 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Damages Collected 5,225 08 



660,158 73 
$796,084 17 



Capital — 

Mining Recorders — Mining Land Sales 43,709 26 

$839,793 43 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Statement No. 10 

DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

(Under Minister of Mines) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinaby — 
Gaue — 

Royalty $ 112,762 70 

Licenses — 

Trapping $ 45,463 00 

Non-residents— Hunting 80,500 00 

Deer 64,627 20 

Moose 7,584 50 

Gun Licenses 14,906 50 

Fur Dealers 48,436 00 

Fur Farmers 4,995 00 

Tanners 230 00 

Game Dealers 229 00 

Hotels, Restaurants, etc 173 00 

Cold Storage 230 00 

267,374 20 



Fisheries — 

Royalty $ 15,537 43 

Licenses — 

Fishing $ 115,159 50 

Angling 172,327 25 

287,486 75 

Sales — Spawn taking 4,451 91 

General — 

Guides' Licenses $ 5,290 00 

Fines 9,635 41 

Costs 1,422 32 

Sales— Confiscated Articles 9,807 70 

Rent. 3,881 00 

Commission 2,347 00 

Miscellaneous 1,579 83 



I 380,136 (K) 



Statement No. 11 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary — 

Perquisites. $ 3,162 00 

Sale of material 3,433 72 

Commission on telegrams and telephones 3,109 46 

Refunds— Accountable Warrants, 1926 2,985 69 

Insurance — Fire losses 32 00 

Proportion cost of heating Osgoode Hall 2,635 73 

Rentals 780 00 



Capital 

Refund of Accountable Warrants, 1926 $ 3,193 28 

Sale of material 6,096 50 

Deposits on guarantee of contracts 11,023 25 

Canal wall — part cost. Standard Chemical Co 2,500 00 

Bridge — Waubaushene, part cost 5,000 00 

" Burks Falls, part cost 510 02 

Agricultural School, Ridgetown — 

Part cost, refurnishing and equipment 5,050 58 

Customs rebate 39 GO 



Loans — (See Statement No. 20) — 

Bread and Cake Bakers' Association — 
Payment re School of Baking 



307,476 09 



33,963 26 



$ 721,576 25 



16,138 60 





33,412 63 


$ 


49,551 23 
23,755 96 


$ 


73,307 19 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 12 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HiGHWAYS 

(Under Minister of Public Works and Highways) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ordinary- 
Main Office — 

County Repayments $ 202,000 7'> 

Township ana Suburban Area Repayments 53,534 52 

Special Material purchased for Counties 143,91 1 32 

Contracts 985 32 

Sale of Cement, Stone, etc 9,008 30 

Sale of Material 6,231 55 

Sale of Scrap 165 55 

Rental of Equipment 11,970 61 

Rental of Property 1,410 00 

Freight, Denuirrage, etc 2,V67 04 

Si?n Permits 3,536 10 

Gas Pump Permits 8,617 71 

Sale of Maps 2,656 13 

Interest Earned 14,953 21 

Bridges 2,982 14 

Car Rental and Repairs 3,739 22 

Guard Rail and Fences 212 82 

Surface Treatment 2,729 78 

Miscellaneous 402 84 



$ 472,014 95 

Gasoline Tax 4,032,941 72 

Motor Vehicles Branch — 

Automobile Permits $ 3,755,222 69 

Commercial Permits 1,299,532 13 

Trailer Permits 16.781 34 

Motor Cycle Permits 1 1 ,756 70 

Automobile Dealers Permits 50,635 21 

Commercial Dealers' Permits 4,315 02 

Motor Cycle Dealers' Permits 89 05 

Operators' Permits 406,329 58 

Chauffeurs 85,056 52 

Duplicate Cards and Badges 2,674 15 

Non-Professional Certificates 121 GO 

Transfers 128,055 43 

In Transits 13,434 10 

Garages 22.750 42 

Certificates 21 75 

Telephone Commission 17 20 

Incomplete Applications 94 50 

Miscellaneous 95 00 

Lists 1,869 42 

Fines 47,729 62 

Public Vehicles 118,282 80 



4,504,956 f, 



Capital — 

Main Office — 

County Repayments $ 1,149,962 25 

Township and Suburban Area Repayments 167,173 62 

Federal Aid 53,269 37 

Sale of Equipment 15,402 75 

Sale of Property 25,151 65 

Sale of Gravel and Stone 854 36 

Installing Tile Drains 4,113 70 

Contracts 477 50 

Bridges 758 00 

Miscellaneous 16 00 



5,964,863 63 
$10,469,820 30 



1.417,179 20 
$11,886,999 SO 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 13 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Grants — 

Federal % 38,443 12 

City of Ottawa— Laboratory 900 00 

Sales- 
Biological Products 2,814 97 

Public Health Acts 26.50 

Wasserman Needles 202 75 

Chlorine Equipment 67 75 

Sheep 19 50 

Automobile 230 00 

Undertakers' Licenses 1,097 00 

Laboratory Services 7,254 62 

Refunds— Accountable Warrants, 1926 147 01 

Miscellaneous 108 62 

Branches — 

Registration of Nurses — 

Fees — Registration 

" Examinations 

Sales — Curriculum and Records. 
Miscellaneous 

Registrar- General — 

Searches and Certificates — Births, Marriages and 

Deaths 

Federal Government — Statistical Fee 

Miscellaneous 

69,504 06 



. $ 


10,663 50 




5,012 00 




63 64 




37 25 


. $ 


63,680 18 




5,673 88 




150 00 



51,311 84 



15,776 39 



$ 136.592 29 



Statement No. 14 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 



Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Federal Subvention re Employment Offices, 

Private Employment Agencies — Fees 

Commissions — Telephone 

Refunds 



Branches — 

Stationary and Hoisting Engineers — Fees $ 

Steam Boiler Inspection — Fees 

Factory Inspection — Fines 

Mothers' Allowance Commission — Municipalities. 



$ 


61,713 77 

375 00 

12 05 

104 18 

1 

23,002 50 

19,102 16 

5 40 

938,985 10 




. $ 


\ 62,205 00 








981,095 16 








$1,043,300 16 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



25 



Statement No. 14 (a; 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 
MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES COMMISSION 
Amount received from Municipalities during the Fiscal Year 1927 



Amount 

Counties — Received 

Brant $ 5,885 00 

Bruce 8,885 00 

Carleton 8,872 50 

Northumberland and Durham 11,637 50 

Duflferin 2,612 50 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 22,352 50 

Essex 11,625 00 

Elgin 5,555 00 

Frontenac 2,920 00 

Grey 10,042 50 

Leeds and Grenville 7,867 50 

Hastings 13,385 00 

Haldimand 3,500 00 

Haliburton 1,497 50 

Halton 6,432 50 

Huron 10,875 00 

Kent 7,431 50 

Lennox and Addington 2,680 00 

Lanark 7,340 00 

Lincoln 6,900 00 

Lambton 3,187 50 

Middlesex 10,447 50 

Norfolk 6,115 00 

Ontario 7,190 00 

Oxford 6,877 50 

Peterborough 6,174 50 

Peel 4,912 50 

Prince Edward 2,925 00 

Prescott and Russell 20,915 00 

Perth 4,048 50 

Renfrew 26,807 50 

Simcoe 28,001 00 

Victoria 9,275 00 

Wentworth 7,650 00 

Welland 9,699 50 

Wellington 4,893 00 

Waterloo 8,856 50 

York 49,418 00 



Amount 

Cities — Received 

Brantford $ 17,115 00 



6,800 00 
4,545 00 
8,795 00 
5,972 SO 
5,530 00 



Belleville. 
Chatham. . . . 
Fort William , 

Guelph 

Gait 

Hamilton 45,219 50 

Kina:ston 9,547 50 

Kitchener 7,577 50 

London 26,825 00 

Niagara Falls 3,770 00 

North Bay 7,115 00 

Ottawa 90,692 50 

Owen Sound 4,980 00 

Oshawa 5,412 50 

Port Arthur 8,780 00 

Peterborough 10,605 50 

Sarnia 4,100 00 

Stratford 8,033 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 7,697 50 

St. Thomas 5,925 00 

St. Catharines 10,407 50 

Toronto 214,771 50 

Welland 5,500 00 

Woodstock 3,822 50 

Windsor 9.237 50 



Separated Towns- 

Brockville 

Gananoque. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Pelee Island. . . 

Prescott 

St. Mary's. . . . 
Smith's Falls. . 

Trenton 

Walkerville.... 



Indian Reserves. 
Refunds 



3,652 


50 


677 


50 


1,452 50 
922 50 


1,215 


00 


1,437 
1,897 
1,397 
1.147 


50 
50 
50 
50 


3,112 


50 


7,605 


60 


$938,985 


10 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 15 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Dominion of Canada — 

Annual Subsidy, B.N. A. Act, 1907 $ 240,000 00 

". Grant Per Capita, B.N.A. Act, 1907 2,260,197 20 

"■ Subsidy (increased), 47 Vic, Cap. 4 142,414 48 

$ 2,642,611 68 

Liquor Control Act— Permit Fees 500,000 00 

Niagara Parks Commission 75,000 00 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Refund of Disbursements 188,294 12 

Private Detective Licenses 2,100 00 

Outstanding Cheques — -Highways Department 573 OS 

Sale of $4,802.60 City of Saskatoon Debentures and accrued interest 

thereon deposited with Treasury by P. Smith 5,439 36 

Algoma Taxes — Arrears paid up 45 21 

Exchange— U.S. Funds 19,420 57 

Miscellaneous 212 19 

Controller of Revenue — 

Corporations Tax Act (Statement No. 15 (a) $ 4,853,571 97 

Luxury Tax 282,467 50 

Land Transfer Tax (Statement No. 15 (b) 515,492 72 

Law Stamps (Statement No. 15 (c) 363,575 62 

Succession Duty Branch (Statement No. 15 (d) 9,468,950 06 

Amusements Branch — 

Amusements Tax $ 1,567,630 48 

Theatres and Cinematograph Act. 78,365 24 

Travelling Shows Act 19,147 09 



1,665,142 81 



17,149,200 6« 

Board of Censors — Fees 37,837 60 

Motion Picture Bureau — Film Rentals, etc 26,753 80 



$ 20,647,488 26 

Interest Account— (To Statement No. 18) 10,025,056 12 

Loans to Municipalities, Etc. — Repayments (To Statement No. 20) — 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures retired $ 700,000 00 

Tile Drainage Debentures 98,663 69 

Municipal Drainage Debentures 38,501 59 

Farm Loans 44,283 25 

Municipal Debentures 24,417 87 

Highwav Loans 10,780 00 

Liquor Control Board 500,000 00 

Dominion of Canada Victory Bonds sold 259,750 00 

1,676.396 40 



Spkcial Funds— (To Statement No. 20) 

Municipal Sinking Funds — deposits $ 117,814 59 

Surplus Registry Office Fees — deposits 53,687 76 

Toronto Registry Office Assurance Fund 2,403 28 

Brophy Estate— Sale of Assets, etc 5,090 00 

Suspense Account — J. Desjardlns, etc 530 00 

Debt Redemption Reserve 1,436,311 00 



1,615,836 63 
% 33,964,777 41 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Z7 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

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

Revenue for the Fiscal Year, 1927 



From whom received 




S c. 


$ c. 




Life Insurance Co« 


iEtna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Canada Life Assurance Co 


7,892 53 

42,842 00 

1,530 66 

1,837 64 

18,398 02 

4,924 00 

8,911 39 

17,274 88 

2,461 06 

1,453 08 

2,316 77 

2,156 74 

9,684 04 

35,273 64 

29,831 10 

1,138 50 

2,238 92 

59,512 71 

25,537 87 

110,192 96 

2,779 47 

1,857 50 

49,860 52 

3,419 92 

6,392 55 

4,594 07 

15,432 21 

15,515 37 

4,413 72 

6,305 75 

76,415 62 

583 88 

1,329 94 

1,184 93 

3,509 75 

22 39 

238 00 

57,201 24 

11,692 84 

219 22 

265 63 






Capital Life Assurance Co 






Commonwealth Life & Accident Ins. Co . . . 
Confederation Life Association 






Continental Life Insurance Co 






Crown Life Insurance Co 






Dominion Life Assurance Co 






T. Eaton Life Assurance Co 






Empire Life Insurance Co 






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 Corp'n., Ltd. . 
London Life Insurance Co 






Manufacturers Life Insurance Co 






Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. of N.Y. . . 
Monarch Life Insurance Co 






Montreal Life Insurance Co 






Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Mutual Life & Citizens Assurance Co., Ltd . 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N.Y 

National Life Assurance Co. of Canada.. . . 
New York Life Assurance Co 






North American Life Assurance Co 

Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . . 
Ontario Equitable Life & Accident Ins. Co. 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America 

Royal Guardians 






Security Life Insurance Co. of Canada. . . . 
Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada.. . 
Standard Life Assurance Co 






Star Assurance Society 






State Life Insurance Co 






Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Travellers Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co 






United States Life Insurance Co 






Acadia Fire Insurance Co 


648,643^03 


Fire losuraace Cos. . . . 


591 04 

2,324 62 

678 14 

1,862 47 

1,540 91 

424 96 

526 90 

389 84 

402 76 

598 29 




Aetna Insurance Co. of Hartford 






Agricultural Insurance Co 






Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd 






Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia .... 
American Central Insurance Co 






American Equitable Assurance Co. of N.Y. 

American Insurance Co. of Newark 

American Lloyds Incorp 






Anglo-Scottish General Commercial Insur- 
ance Co 

Carried forward 








648.643 03 



2i 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 




648,643 03 


Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 


Atlas Insurance Co., Ltd 


2,902 34 

470 01 

150 34 

173 17 

79 28 

6,070 83 

1,147 33 

1,823 48 

96 20 

700 63 

205 70 

1,253 86 
514 39 

4,089 42 
261 32 

1,808 18 
444 60 

1,792 92 
414 59 
639 39 

1,806 90 
220 05 
219 68 

1,391 84 
150 70 

235 18 
1,509 54 

226 16 

753 83 
3,095 54 

293 68 
2,231 43 

906 60 
2,157 96 

8,143 87 

1,844 28 

2,413 66 

2,999 88 

7,398 94 

240 11 

357 98 

394 56 
2,022 66 

160 64 
2,370 82 
1,036 87 
2,496 27 

564 50 

906 31 
70 33 

129 37 




Autocar Fire & Accident Ins. Co., Ltd 

Baloise Fire Insurance Co 






Bankers & Traders Insurance Co., Ltd. . . . 
Beaver Fire Insurance Co 






British America Assurance Co 






British Colonial Fire Assurance Co 

British Crown Assurance Corp'n., Ltd .... 
British & European Insurance Co., Ltd.. . . 

British General Insurance Co., Ltd 

British Law Insurance Co., Ltd 






British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co. . . 
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd 






British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd 

Caledonian-American Insurance Co. of N.Y. 
Caledonian Insurance Co 






California Insurance Co 






Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co ... . 

Canada National Fire Insurance Co 

Canada Security Assurance Co 






Canadian Fire Insurance Co 






Canadian Indemnity Co 






Car & General Insurance Corp'n., Ltd. . . . 
Casualty Company of Canada 






Central Insurance Co., Ltd 






Central Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co 






Century Insurance Co., Ltd 






Citizens Insurance Co. of Mo 






Columbia Insurance Co 






Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd. . . . 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 
Continental Insurance Co., Ltd 






Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd 






Dominion Fire Insurance Co 






Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident 
Insurance Co 






Dominion Gresham Guarantee & Casualty 
Co 






Eagle, Star & British Dominions Insurance 
Co., Ltd 






Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . . 
Employers Liability Assurance Corp'n., Ltd. 

Ensign Insurance Co 

Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co. . . . 
Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance So- 
ciety. Ltd 






Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 

Federated British Insurance Co., Ltd 

Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of N.Y. 
Fire Association of Philadelphia 






Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 






Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 






Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark 

First American Fire Insurance Co 

Fonciere Fire Insurance Co 






Carried forward 








648,643 03 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



29 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 




648.643 03 


Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 


Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada. 
General Accident, Fire & Life Assurance 

Corpn., Ltd 

General Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

Girard Fire & Marine Insurance Co 

Glens Falls Insurance Co 


542 17 
6,257 48 

1,809 07 
267 61 
165 82 
1,242 11 
6,214 48 
5,555 50 
2.709 21 

23 46 
1,545 44 

4,085 09 

1,020 92 

273 15 

1,122 79 

705 95 
3,331 59 
6,599 76 

704 02 

200 95 
1,193 10 
6,644 82 

677 66 
1,732 69 
1,339 56 
4,934 75 
1,378 14 
51 76 
2,064 00 
2,108 32 
3,749 01 

2,411 06 
4,594 48 

502 36 
94 90 

348 44 

104 94 
1,218 75 
1,218 30 
2,634 82 

599 63 
1,057 37 

500 64 

423 57 
1,040 11 
3,167 30 
2,278 97 
1,413 45 
2,073 88 

294 25 






Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 






Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Co 

Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . 
Grain Dealers National Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co 






Great American Insurance Co 






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






Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada 

Halifax Fire Insurance Co 






Hand-in-Hand Insurance Co 






Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co 






Hartford F"ire Insurance Co 






Home Insurance Co. of New York 

Hudson Bay Insurance Co 






Imperial Assurance Co 






Imperial Insurance Office 






Insurance Co. of North America 






Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania. 
Laurentian Insurance Co 






Law Union «S: Rock Insurance Co., Ltd.. . . 
Liverpool (S: London it Globe Insurance Co. 

Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co 

Local Government Guarantee Society, Ltd. 
London Assurance Corporation 






London-Canada Insurance Co 






London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd. . . 

London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident 

Co. of Canada 






London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd. . 

London & Provincial Marine & General 

Insurance Co., Ltd 






Lumbermen's Insurance Co 






Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co 

Maryland Insurance Co 






Mercantile Fire Insurance Co 






Merchants' Fire Assurance Corp. of N.Y. . 
Merchants Fire Insurance Co 






Merchants Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 

Millers National Insurance Co 






Mill Owners Mutual Fire Ins. Co. of Iowa. 
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd 






Mount Royal Assurance Co 






National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co. . 
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford.. . 

Nationale Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd.. . . 

Carried forward 








648,643 03 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued.. . . 



Brought forward 



National Union Fire Insurance Co 

Newark Fire Insurance Co 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co 

New Jersey Insurance Co 

New York Underwriters Insurance Co.. . . 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co 

North British & Mercantile Ins. Co., Ltd. 

.North Empire Fire Insurance Co 

Northern Assurance Co., Ltd 

.North River Insurance Co 

North West Fire Insurance Co 

.Northwestern Mutual Fire Association. . . 
Northwestern National Insurance Co. . . . 
-Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society, Ltd. . . . 
Ocean Acci 'ent & Guarantee Corp'n., Ltd 

Occiiental Fire Insurance Co 

Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 

Pacific Fire Insurance Co. of New York. . 

Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd 

Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Phoenix Insurance Co. of Paris 

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

Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford 

'^rovidence Washington Insurance Co. . . . 

Provi ient Assurance Co 

Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd 

Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd, of London 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co 

Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co 

Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd 

Rossia Reinsurance Co 

Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada 

Retail Hardware Mutual Fire Ins. Co. ... , 

Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd , 

Royal Exchange Assurance , 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd 

St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co 

Scottish Canadian Assurance Corp'n 

Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co , 

Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. , 

Sea Insurance Co., Ltd 

Security Insurance Co. of New Haven 

Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co. . . 

State Assurance Co., Ltd 

Sterling Fire Insurance Co. of Indiana. . . . 

Stuyvesant Insurance Co 

Sun Insurance Office 

Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. . 
Toronto Casualty Fire & Marine Ins. Co . . . 

Union Assurance Society, Ltd 

Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd.. . 

Union Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

United British Insurance Co., Ltd 

United Mutual Fire Insurance Co 



Carried forward . 



781 50 

829 36 

660 65 

539 05 

2,559 43 

2,361 25 

4,438 12 

699 66 

4,028 45 

23 87 

347 61 

1,429 22 

2,046 48 

6,231 92 

6,955 35 

686 75 

889 08 

2,184 44 

1,046 34 

622 12 

2,014 95 

320 40 

3,869 93 

1,388 53 

900 88 

791 64 

1,588 45 

935 01 

769 62 

3,736 76 

1,309 80 

664 94 

520 79 
97 08 

423 57 
558 12 

3,203 73 
11,536 29 

1,940 65 
320 96 

2,417 00 

1,394 91 

521 37 
300 84 

1,384 21 

45 21 

48 69 

1,332 24 

3,587 68 

330 03 

3,300 35 

2,678 83 

4,767 50 

531 50 

953 40 

366 03 



648,643_03 



648,643 03 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



31 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 




648,643 03 


Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 


United States Fire Insurance Co. of N.Y. . 

Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Wellington Fire Insurance Co 


1,282 75 
2.465 15 
2,639 72 

741 84 
9,548 74 

392 98 
1,812 36 

368 27 
2,120 38 






Westchester Fire Insurance Co 






Western Assurance Co 






World Fire & Marine Insurance Co 

World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd 

Yang-Tze Insurance Association, Ltd 

Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd 






/Etna Casualty & Security Co 


300,940 3t 


Miscellaneous Insurance 
Cos 


1 49 
701 31 

993 70 

33 28 

271 81 

1,100 71 
222 94 
982 83 

2,785 36 

58 60 

375 67 

1,159 82 
51 

1,065 33 
828 62 
570 75 
923 28 

1,246 97 
36 44 

2,209 57 
535 50 
457 52 

1,014 61 

3,426 16 

9 51 
134 23 

1,600 65 

49 91 

300 13 

652 10 

2,107 82 
499 80 
932 37 
236 49 

2,096 91 

5,297 01 

572 45 
850 62 




American Automobile Insurance Co 

American Credit Indemnity Co. of New 
York 






American & Foreign Insurance Co 

Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford. . . . 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of 

Canada 






Canadian General Insurance Co 






Canadian Surety Co 






Continental Casualty Co 






T. Eaton General Insurance Co 






Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 

Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada 






General Casualty Ins. Co. of Paris, France. 
General Exchange Insurance Corporation.. 
Guarantee Co. of North America 






Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co 

Hartford Live Stock Insurance Co 

Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America 

International Fidelity Insurance Co 

Loyal Protective Insurance Co 

Lumberman's Mutual Casualty Co 

Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 






Maryland Casualty Co 






Merchants Casualty Co 






Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of 
New York 






Monarch Accident Insurance Co 






National Surety Co 






New York Casualty Co 






North American Accident Insurance Co. . . 
Preferred Accident Insurance Co. of N.Y... 
Protective Association of Canada 






Railway Passengers Assurance Co 

Ridgely Protective Association 






Standard Marine Insurance Co 






Travellers Indemnity Co. of Hartford 

United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co. . . . 
United States Merchants & Shippers In- 
surance Co 






Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd 






Carried forward 


36,342 78 








985,926 19 



32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 





$ c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward 




985,926 19 




Algoma Power Co 


100 00 

86 17 

13,528 52 

1,513 20 

184 75 

796 93 

24,513 59 

41 72 

57 52 

2.400 00 

11 83 

47 62 

24 77 

460 16 

127 92 
100 00 

4,591 76 
406 79 

1,144 08 

8,097 81 

752 88 

65 26 

1,676 69 

7,439 25 

447 86 

334 03 

1,010 69 

46 04 

19 00 

12,566 41 

15,261 66 

8,388 77 

4,292 39 

1,133 71 

379 42 

111 34 

522 56 

44 01 

943 38 

730 00 

80 00 

957 58 

70 26 

251 39 

43 05 

453 37 

2,640 00 

7.049 65 

19 97 

200 00 

2,312 14 

226 86 

461 25 
646 49 

5,071 87 






Barrie Gas Co., Ltd 






Canadian Niagara Power Co., Ltd 

Cedar Rapids Transmission Co 






Chapleau Electric Light & Power Co 

City Gas Co of London 






Consumers' Gas Co., Toronto 






Fred Deagle Electric Light & Power Co . . . 
Delhi Light & Power Co., Ltd 






Dominion Natural Gas Co., Ltd 






Dryden Paper Co., Ltd 






Dundas Electric Co., Ltd 






Frankford Electric Light Co., Ltd 

Galetta Electric Power & Milling Co 

Gananoque Electric Light & Water Supply 
Co., Ltd 






Gowganda Power Co., Ltd 






Great Lakes Power Co., Ltd 






Great Northern Gas Co., Ltd 






Great Northern Power Corp'n., Ltd 

Hamilton Cataract Power, Light & Traction 
Co , Ltd 






Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 

Helena Costume Co., Ltd., London 

Huronian Co , Ltd 






Keministiquia Power Co., Ltd 






Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., Burk's Falls 

Lincoln Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. . 
Lome Power Co., Ltd 






Mattawa Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 
Monarch Supply Co., Ltd 






Northern Canada Power Co., Ltd 

Northern Ontario Light & Power Co., Ltd. 
Ottawa Electric Co 






Ottawa Gas Co 






Ottawa-Montreal Power Co 






Pembroke Electric Light Co., Ltd 

Petrolia l^tilities Co., Ltd 






Porcupine Power & Telephone Co 

Port Hope Gas Co 






Provincial Natural Gas &. Fuel Co., Ltd. . . 
Quinte & Trent Valley Power Co 






Rideau Power Co., Ltd 

St. Lawrence Power Co., Ltd 






Sauble Falls I ight & Power Co 






Saugeen Electric Light & Power Co 

South River Electric Co 






Stormont Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 
Union Natural Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 
United Gas & Fuel Co., of Hamilton, Ltd . 
Vankleek Hill Electric Co., Ltd 






Volcanic Oil & Gas Co., Ltd 






Wahnapitae Power Co., Ltd 






Walkerton Electric Light & Power Co 

Wallaceburg Gas Co., Ltd 

Western Counties Electric Co., Ltd 

Wini'sor Gas Co. Ltd . 






Carried forward 


134,884 37 








1,120,810 56 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUxNTS 



33 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 




$ c. 


% Is. 






Brought forward 




1,120,810 56 


Loan Companies 


Brockville Loan & Savings Co., of Ontario. 

Canada Landed & National In\estment Co., 

Ltd 


665 67 

1,669 75 

100 00 

11,532 77 

1,981 19 

3,219 03 

253 93 

3.307 75 
504 21 
499 35 

484 91 
261 96 

1,705 83 

15 38 

10,931 19 

2.780 57 

2.308 97 
1,355 50 
1,632 70 
1,299 60 
2,677 95 
3,248 60 

244 41 
782 41 

9 42 

83 77 

269 95 

100 00 

1,058 56 

1,658 72 

240 03 

1,458 29 

2,627 88 

2,844 83 






C. M. & G. Investments, Ltd 






Canada Permanent Mortgage Corp'n 

Canadian Mortgage Investment Co 

Central Canada Loan & Savings Co 

Colonial Investment «& Loan Co 






Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien 






Crown Savings & Loan Co 






Dyment Securities Loan & Savings Co ... . 
E^st Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings 
Co 






Frontenac Loan & Investment Society. . . . 

Guelph & Ontario Investment & Savings 

Sorietv 






Home Building & Savings Association 

Huron & Erie ^lortgage Corp'n 






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 Co. 
Ontario Loan & Debenture Co 






Ontario Mortgage Co 






Peoples Loan & Savings Corp'n 






Peterborough Workingmen's Building & 
Savings Society 






Provident Investment Co . . 






Real Estate Loan Co., of Canada, Ltd .... 
Scottish American Investment Co., Ltd. . . 
Securitv Loan & Savings Co 






Southern Loan & leavings Co 






Standard Reliance Assets, Ltd 






Toronto Mortgage Co 

Toronto Sa\'ings & Loan Co 






Walkerville Land & Building Co., Ltd . . . . 
Banker? Trust Co 


63.815 08 


Trust Companies 


371 74 

747 59 

100 00 

3,782 77 

2,461 11 

2.335 26 

1,621 31 

2.729 26 

840 01 

679 10 

1.522 14 

506 71 

667 43 

1,031 83 

2,106 87 

1,236 30 


Brantford Trust Co., Ltd 






British Empire Trust Co., Ltd 






Briti'^h ^lortgage & Trust Corp'n 






Canada Trust Co. ... 






Canada Permanent Trust Co 






Capital Trust Corporation 






Chartered Trust & Executor Co 

Consolidated Trust Coro'n 






Fidelity Trust Co., of Ontario 






Grey & Bruce Trust & Savings Co 

Guarantv Trust Co., of Canada 






Guelph Trust Co 






Imperial Trust Co. of Canada 






London & Western Trust Co., Ltd 

Alontreal Trust Co ... 






Carried forward 








1,184.625 64 



A2 PJi. 



34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. I 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Trust Companies 
— Continued . . . 



Banks. 



Railway Companies. 



Brought forward 



Ltd. 



Ltd. 



National Trust Co. 
Premier Trust Co . . . 
Prudential Trust Co. 

Royal Trust Co 

Sterling Trusts Corp'n 

Toronto General Trusts Corp'n 
Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd. . 

Union Trust Co., Ltd 

Victoria Trust & Savings Co. . . 
Waterloo Trusts & Savings Co. 



Canadian Bank of Commerce . . 

Dominion Bank 

Imperial Bank of Canada 

Bank of Montreal 

Banque Canadien Nationale . . . 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Banque Provinciale du Canada. 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Standard Bank of Canada 

Bank of Toronto 



Brantford & Hamilton Electric Railway Co. 

Canadian National Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Canada Southern Railway 

Cornwall Street Railway Light & Power Co. 

Grand River Railway 

Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway Co. 
Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric 

Railway Co 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway Co 

Huntsville & Lake of Bays Railway Co.. . . 

International Railway Co 

Lake Erie & Northern Railway 

Niagara Peninsular Railway Co 

Ottawa Northern & Western Railway Co. . 

Ottawa & New York Railway 

Pere Marquette Railway Co 

Thousand Islands Railway Co 

Thurlow Railway 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway Co. 



Deduct — ^Amount to be set aside under 
Sec. 23. and withheld from Munici- 
palities in respect of Indigent Insane 
Patients (transferred to Revenue of 
Public Institutions) 



Carried forward. 



8,467 43 
603 37 
528 66 
2,3.34 14 
1,247 86 
8,876 06 
5,484 07 
2,470 19 
2,939 69 
2,606 98 



81,880 90 

31.632 55 

36,052 15 

117,517 52 

12,123 00 

56,758 89 

10,388 21 

104,009 67 

34,264 54 

29,980 77 



231 90 

334,496 45 

282,088 98 

47,070 30 

45 00 

214 95 

55 70 

225 90 

148 10 

8 38 

172 50 

750 00 

33 25 

91 00 

852 30 

16,918 40 

60 80 

26 71 

1,575 40 



685,066 02 



151,201 18 



1,184,625 64 



58,297 88 



514.608 20 



533,864 84 



2,291,396 56 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



35 



Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT— Continued 



From whom received 



Brought forward 



Street Railways Cos . 



Hamilton Street Railway Co 

International Transit Co 

Kingston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Electric 

Railway Co 

London Street Railway Co 

Niagara, Welland & Lake Erie Railway Co 

Ottawa Electric Railway Co 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Rapid 

Railway Co 



1,516 50 
289 85 

148 70 

1,521 48 

72 87 

3,001 49 

559 84 



Telephone Companies. 
Telegraph Companies. 

Express Companies. . . 

Car Companies 

Stock Transfer Tax. . . 
Race Track Meetings. 



Bell Telephone Co., of Canada. 

Can. National Telegraphs 

North American Telegraph Co. 



2,462 72 
32 15 



American Railway Express Co. . 
Can. National Railways Express. 
Can. Pacific Express 



6,400 00 
45,600 00 
30,000 00 



The Pullman Co 

Tax on transfer of securities. 



Daily Tax . 

Less — Refunds on Purses for Canadian 
Bred Horses 



700,980 17 
18,312 00 



5% Tax. 



682,668 17 
1,469,288 39 



2,291.396 56 



7,110 73 
81,9&7 58 

2.494 87 

82,000 00 

13,529 40 

223,096 27 



2.151.956 56 
4.853.571 97 



36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 15 (b) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

LAND TRANSFER TAX 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 



Algonia (Land Titles) $ 32 1 06 

Algoma 2,549 19 

Brant 6,282 08 

Bruce 3,618 78 

Carleton 2,865 37 

Cochrane 5,856 37 

DuflFerin 1,781 61 

Dundas 1.112 68 

Durham (East) 1.322 04 

Durham (West) 1,552 12 

Elgin 4,322 69 

Essex 42,969 99 

Fort William 2,526 34 

Frontenac 3,455 12 

Glengarry 862 85 

Grenville 810 05 

Grey (North) 3,010 37 

Grev (South) 2,080 03 

Haldimand 3,043 39 

Haliburton 231 03 

Halton 4,212 94 

Hastings 3,961 99 

Huron 4,255 60 

Kenora 884 08 

Kent 8,440 07 

Lambton 6,814 49 

Unark (North) 810 80 

Lanark (South) 1,473 23 

Leeds 2,021 79 

Lennox and Addington 1 ,834 30 

Lincoln 8,472 58 

London (City) 7,958 58 

Manitoulin (R.O. & L.T.) 433 69 

Middlesex (East) 4,983 87 

Middlesex (West) 1,641 39 

Muskoka 1.456 41 

Nipissing 2,202 00 

Norfolk 3,790 17 

Northumberland (West) 1,133 71 

Northumberland (East) 1,392 36 



Ontario $ 8,457 03 

Ottawa (City) 15,022 15 

Ottawa (Land Titles) 1,736 56 

Oxford 5,466 08 

Parrv Sound (District) 579 72 

Parr>- Sound Dist. (Land Titles) 442 41 

Peel 5,522 84 

Perth (North) 4,154 21 

Perth (South) 1,320 62 

Peterborough 5,129 54 

Prescott 1,522 80 

Prince Edward 1,235 36 

Rainv River 904 77 

Renfrew 2,493 39 

Russell 1,592 85 

Simcoe 7,131 09 

Stormont 2,499 24 

Sudbury. 3,105 91 

Temiskaming 3,204 03 

Thunder Bay 4,780 90 

Toronto (East and West) 120.164 09 

Toronto (Land Titles) 28,682 07 

Victoria 2,442 69 

Waterloo 12,158 59 

Welland 16,265 21 

Wellington (North) 1,877 40 

Wellington (South) 6,32 1 08 

Wentworth 32,541 48 

York (East and West) 35,394 22 

York (North )^ 3,007 24 

Treasury — Direct payments. . . . 24,196 79 

$518,099 57 
Deduct — 

Refunds $ 203 57 

Assurance Fund, E. 

& W., Toronto.. 2,403 28 

2,606 85 

$515,492 72 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



37 



Statement No. 15 (c) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

LAW STAMPS 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1927 



County or District 



Distributor 



Amount 



Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Essex 

Essex 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Huron 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 



Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

Algoma District 

Cochrane District 

Kenora District 

Manitoulin District 

Muskoka District 

Nipissing District 

Parry Sound District 

Rainy River District 

Sudbury District 

Temiskaming District 

Thunder Bay District 

Thunder Bay District 

Osgoode Hall 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board . 

Provincial Secretary's Department 

Inspector of Legal Ofiiices 



F. G. Biscoe 

J. W. Freeborn 

J. A. Ritchie 

H. Endacott 

J. D. Shaw 

Henry Clay (deced) . . . . 

J. S.Allan 

W. B. S. Craig 

T. A. Mills 

T. J. Rigney 

M. M. Pringle 

J. C. Eccles 

W. I. Dick 

B. C. Donnan 

D. McDonald 

Edna Webb 

R. Johnston 

D. E. Douglas 

F. W. Willson 

J. S. L. McNeely 

A. E. Baker 

U. M. Wilson 

E. H. Lancaster 

M. Brennan 

Edmund Weld 

C. C. Rapelje 

H. P. Innes 

W. F. Kerr 

H. Bascom 

Robt. N. Ball 

J. R. Fallis 

G. G. McPherson 

G. J. Sherry 

J. Belanger 

M. R.Allison 

J. McL. Beatty 

F. G. Evans 

J. C. Harkness 

J. R. McNeillie (deced). 
A. T. Porter 

D. S. Bowlby 

T. D. Cowper 

J. M. Kearns 

G. W. Ballard 

A. F. Wallis 

T. J. Foster 

J. D. Mackay 

J. N. Ladouceur 

C. C. Piatt 

Thos. Johnston 

T. E. McKee 

F. Tasker 

W. A. Baker 

A. Irving 

F. L. Smiley 

H. Thompson 

N. Edmeston 

J. H. Carnegie 



« c. 

4,275 00 
4,125 00 
12.439 70 
1,137 00 
3,785 00 
318 02 

2.189 60 
8,610 40 
2,028 50 
4,220 00 
4,335 00 
2,150 00 
2,510 00 
2,001 00 

180 25 
995 00 

4.503 50 
5,800 00 
5,031 00 
2,770 00 
4,140 00 
1,410 00 
3,710 00 

60 00 
12,500 00 
400 00 
2,000 00 
5,825 00 
4,666 00 
4,839 20 
2,300 00 
3,915 00 
3,448 00 
1,650 00 
1,570 00 

3.190 00 
5,639 10 
3,620 00 
1,850 00 

897 50 

6,483 50 

6,064 90 

5,260 45 

15,158 10 

88,798 25 

1.504 45 
806 00 
906 50 
415 SO 
953 00 

1,233 00 

828 50 

622 SO 

1,210 00 

1,035 50 

65 00 

1,355 00 

81,080 00 

7,060 50 

46 00 

1,655 20 

363,575 62 



38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 15 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

SUCCESSION DUTY 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1927 

Algoma $ 5,652 05 

Brant 76 626 71 

Bruce 18,665 93 

Carleton 2,940,455 42 

Cochrane 209 95 

Dufferin 2.263 46 

Elgin 45,478 21 

Essex 119,479 06 

Frontenac 72,164 38 

Grey 13.385 23 

Haldi-nand 9,160 02 

Halton 29,716 29 

Hastings 10,388 06 

Huron 56.380 70 

Kenora 2.280 07 

Kent 89 084 39 

Lambton 50.382 99 

Lanark 1 1.296 84 

Leeds and Grenville 39,768 79 

Lennox and Addington 5.560 54 

Lincoln 35,980 26 

Manitoulin 2,079 64 

Middlesex 154,746 97 

Muskoka 5.327 75 

Nipissing 1,809 26 

Norfolk 17,484 73 

Northumberland and Durham 31 113 69 

Ontario 65,143 82 

Oxford 29,611 58 

Parr>' Sound 38,518 43 

Peel 7,623 22 

Perth 23,910 31 

Peterborough 34.820 23 

Prescott and Russell 3.464 48 

Prince Edward 5,868 03 

Rainv River 3 275 38 

Renfrew 51,052 89 

Si-rcoe 21,851 62 

Storrpont, Dundas and Glengarry 13.553 85 

Sudbury. ._. 6,089 67 

Teniiskaming 6,233 30 

Thunder Bay 72.895 98 

Victoria 16,768 31 

Waterloo 45,707 62 

Welland 65.030 69 

Wellington 21,400 11 

Wentworth 307.835 98 

York 4.818.377 88 

$9,505,974 77 
Less — Refunds of Duty overpaid and deposits 

in lieu of bonds 37,024 71 



$9,468,950 06 



4,474 20 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Jf 

Statement No. 16 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 
Ohdinary — 

Companies Branch — 

Letters Patent $ 299,013 85 

Companies Annual Returns 142,804 25 

Marriage Licenses 85,093 02 

Prospectuses 1,311 25 

By-laws — Certificates 16,432 30 

Commissions 1,743 00 

Sundry 767 83 

$ 547,165 50 

Children's Aid Branch — 

Balance reverting to Province on account of deceased 

children $ 4,467 20 

Adoption Fees 7 00 

Public Institutions — 
Main Office — 

Patients' Maintenance $ 819,846 79 

Perquisites 216,966 48 

Counties — Removal of Prisoners and Insane 16,620 18 

Private Hospitals 125 02 

Casual 1,292 02 

Institutions — Sales Produce, etc. — 

Ontario Hospital — Brockville 1,868 60 

" " — Cobourg 313 63 

" —Hamilton 15,067 28 

" " —Kingston 3,673 94 

« " —London 15,924 37 

« " — Mimico 984 35 

« " — OriUia $ 2,574 75 

« " — " Industries... 16,269 11 

18,843 86 

« " — Penetang 1,234 54 

*• " —Toronto 1,390 66 

« " —Whitby 6,065 28 

" —Woodstock 3,070 81 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries 123,684 27 

Brick and Tile Plant, Mimico 48,082 77 

Mercer Reformatory, Toronto $ 5,418 18 

" " " Industries 8 08 

5,426 26 

Industrial Farm, Burwash 27,698 38 

" " Fort William... 5,43161 

Boys' Training School, Bowmanville 1,294 51 

1,334,905 61 



Total Ordinary Revenue $ 1,886,545 31 

Loans and Special Funds — (To Statement No. 20) — 
Ontario Housing Commission — 

Loan Repayments (Statement No. 16a) $ 529,054 92 

Public Institutions — 

Kiwanis Club — Bowmanville School 5,000 00 

Interest — (To Statement No. 18) — 
Ontario Housing Commission — 

Interest on Housing Loans (.Statement No. 16b) 316,078 79 

850,133 71 

$ 2,736,679 02 



40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 16 (a) 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION 

Amounts repaid Province on Account of Principal under The Ontario Housing Act, 

1919, in Fiscal Year 1927 



Barton Township $ 4,242 54 

Beaverton 2,062 07 

Belleville 780 13 

Brampton 5,162 39 

Brantford 10,118 86 

Brantford Township 3,327 78 

Capreol 1,738 18 

Charlton 280 75 

Chippawa 812 65 

Cochrane 2,962 96 

Elniira 538 79 

Englehart 421 55 

Etobicoke Township 5,509 66 

Fergus 2,533 51 

Ford City 5,202 53 

Fort Frances 170 13 

Fort William 1,536 25 

Gait 1,751 47 

Georgetown 2,707 04 

Goderich 249 94 

Guelph 10,205 11 

Guelph Township 306 23 

Haileybury 10,347 56 

Hamilton 24,009 1 1 

Humberstone 445 75 

Ingersoll 1,579 87 

Iroquois Falls 114,952 49 

Kapuskasing 9,746 87 

Leamington 1,712 08 

Leaside 4,123 74 

Listowel 1,636 88 

London 16,405 11 

Merritton 943 43 

Midland 2,593 87 

Milton 689 07 

Milverton 726 73 

Mimico 664 48 

New Toronto 7,703 06 

Niagara Falls 13,838 60 

Oshawa 36,493 98 

Ottawa 35,474 58 



Paris $ 2,732 89 

Perth 1,073 22 

Port Arthur 674 57 

Port Colborne 5,856 03 

Port Credit 1,171 71 

Port Dalhousie 1,831 58 

Point Edward 1,246 56 

Port McNicoll 425 63 

Renfrew 530 19 

Richmond Hill 884 72 

Sandwich 1 1,655 13 

Sandwich East Township 2,357 77 

Sarnia 3,433 04 

Sault Ste. Marie 9,892 25 

Scarborough Township 998 43 

Sioux Lookout 569 59 

Smith's Falls 926 19 

Stamford Township 1,123 70 

St. Catharines 8,912 80 

Sturgeon Falls 589 44 

Stratford 7,955 94 

Sudbury 6,198 10 

Tara 58 42 

Thorold 2,290 86 

Timmins 256 58 

Trenton 372 28 

VValkerville 9,896 74 

Welland 6,857 68 

Whitby 2,064 39 

Windsor 55,957 31 

Woodbridge 1,012 24 

Woodstock 3,966 05 

York Township 28,601 11 



$529,080 92 



Less amount previously credited 
to principal now applied to 
interest, Bucke Township. . . . 



26 00 



$529,054 92 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



41 



Statement No. 16 (b) 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION 

Amount paid Province on Account of Interest under The Ontario Housing 
Act, 1919, in Fiscal Year 1927 



Barton Township $ 3,674 82 

Beaverton 328 09 

Belleville 497 43 

Brampton 2,560 89 

Brantford 8,711 30 

Brantford Township 973 91 

Bucke Township 2,073 40 

Capreol 1,541 90 

Charlton 372 29 

Chippawa 723 59 

Cochrane 2,687 92 

Elmira 513 61 

Englehart 168 45 

Etobicoke Township 5,299 36 

Fergus 1,122 73 

Ford City 4,526 47 

Fort Frances 149 91 

Fort William 1,359 83 

Gait 1,230 73 

Georgetown 2,601 76 

Goderich 146 18 

Guelph 9,666 29 

Guelph Township 293 77 

Haileybury 13,616 90 

Hamilton 16,340 53 

Hawkesbury 400 32 

Humberstone 456 69 

Ingersoll 1,136 57 

Iroquois Falls 4,606 95 

Kapuskasing 11,744 03 

Leamington 1 ,607 96 

Leaside 3,832 26 

Listowel 1,532 56 

London 15,144 33 

Merritton 856 57 

Midland 2,130 77 

Milton : 647 13 

Milverton 681 23 

Mimico 599 60 



New Toronto $ 6,858 10 

Niagara Falls 9,798 16 

Oshawa 17,851 23 

Ottawa 29,993 81 

Paris 2,438 51 

Perth 926 82 

Port Arthur 589 87 

Port Colborne 5,197 05 

Port Credit 1,028 37 

Port Dalhousie 1,665 46 

Point Edward 1,153 80 

Port McNicoU 382 45 

Renfrew 469 89 

Richmond Hill 819 28 

Sandwich 5,033 12 

Sandwich East Township > 2,040 71 

Sarnia 3,063 40 

Sault Ste. Marie 6,438 81 

Scarborough Township 953 73 

Sioux Lookout 630 41 

Smith's Falls 866 01 

Stamford Township 1,020 46 

St. Catharines 5,365 98 

Sturgeon Falls 450 56 

Stratford 8,421 78 

Sudbury 5,224 38 

Tara 286 96 

Thorold 1,641 46 

Timmins 223 42 

Trenton 315 92 

Walkerville 8,867 40 

Welland 6,608 67 

Whitby 1,935 93 

Windsor 29,633 59 

Woodbridge 714 52 

Woodstock 3,709 87 

York Township 16,899 87 

$316,078 79 



A3 P.A. 



41 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 17 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 

Ordinary^ 

Main Office — 

Auctioneers' Licenses I 50 00 

Sale of Stock, Hearst Farm 60 00 

Refunds 6 00 



116 00 



Branches — 

Statistics and Publications — 

Reports 179 22 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies — 

Judges' Services $ 7,930 13 

Sale of Grain 186 30 

Federal Subsidy 18,612 73 



Liv6 Stock""" 

Enrolment Fees $ 3,727 40 

Sale of Stock 759 30 

Sundries 1,695 69 

Fines 575 00 



Dairy — 

Milk Testing Fees $ 12,848 16 

Cow Testing Fees 1,217 85 

Dain,- Show, London, England 779 12 

Sale of Butter 101.612 54 

Sale of Cheese 251 04 

Fines . 275 00 

Eastern Dairv School — Kingston — Butter-making 

Charges. ; 12,705 72 



Fruit — 

Sale of Fruit $ 4.314 80 

Sundries 5 00 

Horticultural Experimental Station — Vineland — 

Rent. Sale of Products, etc 4,012 00 

Pre-cooling Station — Brighton — Storage Charges. . 1,504 78 



Agricultural Representatives — 

Sale of Seeds $ 1,073 00 

Sale of Cockerels 2 00 

Sale of Limestone 30 00 

Rent 496 16 



Colonization and Immigration — 

Vimy Ridge Farm— Sale of Milk $ 1,815 82 

Sundries 70 08 

Assisted Passages 552 95 

British Government Grant 9,733 33 

Dominion Government Grant 5,000 00 



Agricultural Development Board — 

Inspection Fees $ 18,262 00 

Legal Fees 19,141 16 

Refund of Expenses advanced— On account 100,000 00 



26,729 16 



6,757 39 



129,689 43 



9,836 58 



l,60ri6 



17.172T18 



137,403 16 



Carried forward $ 329,484 28 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 

Statement No. 17 — Continued 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1927 

Ordinary— Brought forward I 329,484 28 

Colleges and Farms — 

Kemptville Agricultural School, Kemptville — 

Rent $ 1,403 66 

Sale ot Produce, Tuition Fees, etc 20,421 68 



Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph — 

Tuition Fees $ 6,324 15 

Rent 221 25 

Feed 189 52 

Sundries 285 41 



Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — 

College— Board, Fees, etc I 115,210 77 

Farm— Sale of Live Stock, etc 19,860 81 

Dairy— Sale of Produce 12,223 30 

Poultry— Sale of Poultry and Eggs 18,195 63 

Horticulture — Sale of Fruit and Flowers. . 2,505 87 

Apiculture — Sale of Honey and Bees 7,217 03 



Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown — 

Sale of Produce, etc I 8,030 71 

Rent 962 00 



21,825 34 



7,020 33 



175,213 41 



8,992 71 



Eastern Dairy School — Kingston — 

(Under Dairy Branch) — 
Horticultural Experimental Station, Vineland — 

(Under Fruit Branch) 

Pre-cooling Station, Brighton — 

(Under Fruit Branch) — 
Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard — 

Sale of Goods 3,392 95 

Vimy Ridge Farm, Guelph — 

(Under Colonization Branch) — 

Total Ordinary Revenue $ 545,929 02 

Loans and Special Funds — (To Statement No. 20) — 

J. Brillon— On Account of Principal $ 244 36 

Vimy Ridge Farm — Bo] s' Trust Fund 7,992 77 

$ 8,237 13 

Interest — (To Stay;emen^, ^ o. 18) — 

J. Brillon — Mo tgagc Ji terest % 453 12 

Market and Cr. oper ti- e Loan 87 00 

540 12 

8,777 25 

$ 554,706 27 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 18 

INTEREST ACCOUNT 

Interest Received for Fiscal Year 1927 

Northern Development — From Stateir.ent No. 8. 

Settlers' Loans, etc $ 41,954 57 

Provincial Treasurer — From Statement No. 15. 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 

Interest on Funds Advanced . . 17,848,043 02 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway: 

Interest on Funds Advanced 1 ,300,000 00 

Dominion of Canada — Common School Fund: 

5% on Ontario's Share of Fund for year ended July 1st, 

1927 73,661 21 , 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures 550,880 67 

Farm Loan Associations — Short Term Loans 9,186,66 

« " " Dividends on Capital Stock 15 00 

Various Municipalities — Tile Drainage Debentures 70,790 03 

" " Municipal Drainage Debentures. . . 14,672 37 

Municipal Debentures 6,960 00 

Dominion of Canada — Victory Loan: 

5^% on $1,000,000. 55,301 37 

Hanks — On Special Deposits: 

Commerce $ 8,500 82 

Dominion 4,167 10 

Home (in liquidation) 21,953 40 

Imperial 5,145 18 

Montreal 50,046 25 

Nova Scotia 9,160 23 

Royal 11, 8.-) 2 00 

Standard 4,039 69 

Toronto 5,687 63 

120,552 30 

Public Debt — Accrued Interest on Loans Issued 35,550 00 

School of Medicine — On Mortgage 450 00 

Miscellaneous 200 95 

Byron Telephone Co. — Dividend 1 50 



$10,086,265 08 
Peduct — Amount set aside to Farm Loans Reserve 61,208 96 



10,025.056 12 



Provincial Secretary — From Statement No. 16. 

^{^ Various Municipalities — Ontario Housing Act Loans 316,078 79 

Agriculture — From Statement No. 17. 

J. Brillon, New Liskeard — Mortgage Interest $453 12 

Market and Co-operative Loan 87 00 

— ■ 540 12 



Total Ordinary $10,383,629 60 

Special Funds — To Statement No. 20. 

Farm Loans Reserve 61,208 96 



$10,444 838 56 



1926-27 ] PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 4^ 

Statement No. 19 

PUBLIC DEBT 

Statement Showing Proceeds of Loans for the Fiscal Year 1927 

Bond Issues — 

Series "AJ", 16 Geo. V. Cap. 6, and R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 21 — 
i}4% 30-year Instalment Serial due S800,000 per 
annum, Januan,- 15th, 1928-1957. 
Payable Canada, New York and London. 

Par value « 24,000,000 00 

Less Discount 663,960 00 

23,336,040 00 

Series "AK", 17 Geo. V, Cap. 2, and R.S O. 1914, Cap. 21— 

4J^% 30-year Instalment Serial due 8800,000 per 
annum, November 1st, 1928-1957. 
Payable Canada, New York and London. 

Par value $ 24,000,000 00 

Deposit received with tender 240,000 GO 

Treasury Bills — 

Series "AL", 14 Geo. V, Cap. 9 (Canteen Fund Committee)— 
5% 1-year due February- 1st, 1928. 
Pavable Toronto. 

Par value 940,000 00 

Series "AM," 14 Geo. V, Cap. 9 — 

4 5/16% 6-month5 due September 15th, 1927. 
Pavable Toronto. 

Par value 5,000,000 00 

Series "AN," R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 21 and amendments — 
^H% 6-months due October 22nd, 1927. 
Payable Toronto or New York. 

Par value 6,500.000 00 

Series "AO," 17 Geo. V, Cap. 2 — 

4J^% 6-months due November 26th, 1927. 
Pavable New York. 

Par value S 10,000,000 00 

Less Discount 5,920 00 

9,994,080 GO 

4M% 1-year due May 26th, 1928. 

Pavable Toronto. 

Par value $ 5,000,000 00 

Less Discount 7,250 00 

4,992,750 00 

Series "AP," 17 Geo. V, Cap. 2 — 

4 2/5% 6-months due March 1st, 1928. 
Pavable Toronto. 

' Par value -. 2,000,000 GO 

Series "AQ," R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 21, and amendments — 
4M% 6-months due March 15th, 1928. 
Pavable Toronto and New York. 

Par value 5,000.000 GO 

Series "AR," 17 Geo. V, Cap. 2 — 

4i4% 1-year due September 14th, 1928. 
Pavable Toronto. 

' Par value $ 5,000,000 00 

Less Discount 12,500 00 

4,987,500 00 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Amount deposited with Provincial Treasurer 211,789 57 

$ 63,202,159 57 



46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 20 

LOAN REPAYMENTS AND SPECIAL FUNDS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1927 

Loan RiiPAVMENis — 

Prime Minister's Departaient — From Statement No. 2 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Refund of Advances $ 304,139 72 

Repayment from Sinking Fund 1,338,567 00 

$1,642,706 72 

Northern Development — From Statement No. 8 

Settler's Loans — Repayment 1 13,530 75 

'^ 

Public Works — From Statement No. 11 
Bread and Cake Bakers' Association — 

Payment on account of cost of erection of School of 

Baking 23,755 96 

Provincial Treasurer — From Statement No. 15 
Agricultural Development Board — 

Repayment of Debentures $ 700,000 00 

Tile Drainage Loans — Repayment 98,663 69 

Municipal Drainage Loans — Repayment. . . 38,501 59 

Farm Loans — Repayment 44,283 25 

Municipal Debentures — Repayment 24,417 87 

Highway Loans — Repayment 10,780 00 

Liquor Control Board — Repayment 500,000 00 

Dominion of Canada Victory Bonds — Sold. 259,750 00 

1,670,31)6 40 

Provincial Secretary — From Statement No. 16 

Housing Loans — Repayment 529.054 92 

Agriculture — From Statement No. 17 

|. Brillon — Repayment on Mortgage 244 36 

$ 3,985,689 11 

Special Funds — 

Prime Minister's Department — From Statement No. 2 
Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund — 

Contributions by Employees and Government $497,177 61 

Provincial Treasurer- — From Statement No. 15 

Municipal Sinking Funds — Deposits $ 117,814 59 

Surplus Registry Office Fees deposited under 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 126, as amended by 

12-13 Geo. Y, Cap. 54 53,687 76 

Toronto Registry Office — Assurance Fund . . 2,403 28 

Brophy Estate — 

Sale of Nolan Mortgage 1,200 00 

Interest " " 60 00 

Sale of 100 Shares — Monarch Life As- 
surance Co 3,750 00 

Dividend, 100 Shares — Monarch Life 

Assurance Co 80 00 

Suspense Account — J. Desjardins, etc 530 00 

Debt Redemption — Reserve 1,436,311 00 

1,615.836 63 

Provincial Secretary — (From Statement No. 16) 

Kiwanis Club — Bowmanville School 5,000 00 

Agriculture — From Statement No. 17 

Vimy Ridge Farm — Boys' Trust Fund 7,992 77 

Interest Account — From Statement No. 18 

Reserve for Farm Loans 61,208 96 



2,187,215 97 
$ 6,172,905 08 



I 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



Statement No. 21 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Government Stationery and Paper Account 

Stock on hand, November 1st, 1926 — 

Stationery 

Contract paper 



$ 78,241 45 
12,435 81 



Purchases during Year — $ 90,677 26 

Stationery $ 225,686 31 

Printing cost 121,505 76 

Binding cost 16,246 99 

Contract paper 16,797 19 



Deduct — 

Distribution to Departments — 

Stationery, printing and binding $ 391,756 95 

Contract paper 21,395 74 



380,236 25 
$470,913 51 



Cash Sales — 

Stationery, printing and binding $ 8,895 06 

Paper 751 06 



$413,152 69 



Stock written oflF, 1926 

Stock on hand, October 31st, 1927 — 

Stationery 

Contract paper 

In course of distribution (on invoices) — 

Stationery 

Printing 

Binding , 

Paper 



9,646 
208 



31,035 40 
3,747 19 

6,547 37 

3,525 12 

174 67 

2,303 19 



47,332 94 



470,340 59 



Loss in Distribution. 



572 92 



Purchases as above 

Distribution of stationery, printing and paper as above. 



$380,236 25 
413,152 69 



Excess of Distribution over Purchases 

For details of Purchases, see pages 86 and 7. 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
Amount Advanced to October 31st, 1927 



$ 32,916 44 





Hydro 
System 


C. Ontario 
System 


Total 


Amount advanced on Capital Account to 
October 31st, 1926 


$135,049,183 09 
3,864,200 00 


$14,671,230 44 
356,000 00 


$149,720,413 53 


Advances during current year — see page B2. . . 


4,220,200 00 


Refunds of capital advances not required — 
Page 46 


138,913,383 09 
214,589 69 


15,027,230 44 
89,550 03 


153,940,613 53 
304,139 72 






Total advances to date 


138,698,793 40 


14,937,680 41 


153,636,473 81 






Repayments from Sinking Fund under Debt 
Retirement Plan — 

Fiscal year 1926 


4.812,000 00 
1,338,567 00 




4,812,000 00 


Fiscal year 1927 




1,338,567 00 








Total repayments to date 


6,150,567 00 




6,150,567 00 






Net amount advanced to October 31st, 
1927 


132,548,226 40 


14,937,680 41 


147,485,906 81 






Province of Ontario Bonds representing Sinking 
Fund investment, deposited as security for 
repayment of advances 


366.000 00 




366,000 00 



48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES, ETC. 
As at October 31st, 1927 

Housing Loans $ 6,234,740 32 

Drainage Debentures — 

Municipal Drainage Aid Act $ 316,174 42 

Tile Drainage Act 1,427,587 73 

1,743,762 15 

Settlers' Loans 611,150 17 

Municipal Debentures — 

Town of Cochrane $ 33,514 06 

Township of Whitney 17,147 85 

Village of EganviUe 7,902 25 

58,564 16 

Highway Loans — Ontario Highways Act 1,880 00 

Soldiers' Aid Commission secured by mortgage on Croft Estate 25,883 50 

J. Brillon— Mortgage 7,307 63 

Co-operative Marketing Loan Act 1,450 00 

School Boards — Guaranteed Debentures — Robillard and Truax 925 10 



$ 8,685,663 03 



BUILDINGS, ROADS, ETC. 

As at October 31st, 1927 

Provincial Buildings and Lands $ 34,765,738 49 

Improvements to Highways, 1919-1927 79,436,030 86 

Northern Development— Roads and Farms, 1919-1927 15,872,016 89 

Colonization Roads, 1919-1927 2,628,142 20 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 2,064,329 69 

Hydro Power Plant— Monteith 27,061 10 

Rural Power Transmission Lines— Bonus, 1927 1,100,000 00 

$135,893,319 23 



Balances due by Banks — 



BANK BALANCES 
As at October 31st, 1927 



Commerce $ 584,958 77 

Home (in liquidation) 825,000 00 

Montreal, Toronto 1,097,149 32 

Montreal, London, England 16,224 90 

Montreal, New York 426,198 64 

Nova Scotia 61,344 55 

Royal 526,370 48 

Standard 66,426 29 

Toronto 10,737 41 



$ 3,614,410 36 



Balances Due to Banks — 

Commerce, New York $2,633,167 62 

Dominion 342,885 55 

Imperial 41 38 



2,976,094 55 
638.315 81 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 49 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

As at October 31st, 1927 

Lands and Forests — Crown Lands and Interest — estimated $ 897,565 31 

Northern Development — Unexpended balances and notes outstanding 261,514 34 

Highways — Municipalities, etc 1,568,145 01 

Public Institutions — Maintenance of Patients, etc 350,000 00 

Sale of Central Prison and Toronto Asvlum — balance 473,320 00 

Succession Duties . 250,000 00 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities 100,569 50 

Public Service Superannuation Fund — Employees — 1927 179 83 

Agricultural Development Board — Accrued Debenture Interest 444,859 23 

Returned cheques held for collection 6,856 82 

$4,353,010 04 



PLANT, LIVESTOCK, STORES AND EQUIPMENT 

As at October 31st, 1927 

Public Institutions $ 999,935 48 

King's Printer — Stationer^' Stock 47.332 94 

Department of Agriculture 78,203 40 

Department of Health 12,000 00 

$1,137,471 82 

DEFERRED ASSETS 
As at October 31st, 1927 

Town of Matheson — 

Debentures and Interest paid under Debenture Guarantee Act $ 35,589 24 

Ottawa Separate Schools Commiission — 

Promissory Notes paid 53,902 23 



$ 89.491 47 

DISCOUNT ON LOANS, 1923-27 

On Bonds and Treasury Bills — 

Issues prior to adoption of Debt Retirement Plan: 

Bonds— Series "A.D."— 20 vears $ 82.000 00 

" " "A.F." 25'" 1,651.880 32 

" "A.G." 20 " 1,026,060 00 

" « "A.H." 30 " 1,009,470 00 

Treasury Bills "Y." 2 " 269,340 00 



$ 4,038.750 32 
Deduct — 
Amountchargedoff against Revenue to October 31, 1926. . $ 596,817 32 
Balance being retired through Retirement operations. . . . 3,441,933 00 

4,038,750 32 



Refunding Issues subsequent to adoption of Debt Retirement Plan — - 

Bonds— Series "A.J." —30 vears $ 663,960 00 

Treasury Bills— Series "A.E." "A.F." 2 " 203,425 00 

« « " "A.G." 6 months 22,643 85 

" « « "A.O." 6 " 5,920 00 

" " " "A.O." 1 year 7,250 00 

" " " "A.R." 1 ** 12,500 00 

S 915.698 85 

Deduct — Charged off to date 259,308 35 

Premium on Bonds and Stock purchased for redemption $ 232,219 75 

Deduct — Charged off to date 34,145 97 



656.390 50 
198,073 78 



Balance to be written off over period of Loans $ 854,464 28 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— STOCK AND DEBENTURES 



Maturity 



Nature 



Date of Issue 



Rate 



Amount of 
Issue 



Redeemed and 
Cancelled 



Amount 

Outstanding 

Public 



1927, Nov. 1. 
(1927-8-9). 

Nov. 15 . 

Dec. 1. 

(1926-1955). 

1928. Jan. IS. 
(1928-1957) 

Feb. 1 . 

May 15. 

Aug. 15. 

1929, Sept. 23 . 
Dec. 1. 

1930. Jan. 1 . 
June IS. 
Oct. 31. 

1935, April i. 
Dec. 1 . 

1936, May 2 . 
July 1 . 

1937, Jan. 3. 
1939. June 1 . 



June 

1941, Feb. 
May 
Nov. 

1942, Oct. 
Dec. 

1943, Sept. 15 
Sept. 15 

1944, Sept. 1 
1948, Oct. IS 
1952. April 1 
On Demand . 



1946, Jan. 1 . . . 
£422.549/4/10 



1947. May 1 . . . 
£317,912/16/4 



1965, Jan. 1 . . . 
£171,454/12/8 



Stock 

Bonds 
Ser. Bonds 

Ser. Bonds 

Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
B&S 
Bonds 
B&S 
B&S 
Bonds 
B&S 
B&S 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Bonds 
Stock 

Stock 

Stock 



Nov. 1. 1921 

Nov. 15. 1920 
Dec. 1. 1925 

Jan. 15. 1927 



Feb. 1. 
May IS. 
Aug. 15, 
Sept. 23. 
Dec. 1. 
Jan. 1. 
June 15, 
Oct. 30, 
April 1, 
Dec. 1, 
May 2, 
July 1. 
Jan. 3, 
June 1, 
June 1, 
Feb. 1, 
May 1, 
Nov. 1, 
Oct. 2. 
Dec. 1, 
Sept.lS. 
Sept.lS, 
Sept. 1, 
Oct. IS. 
April 1, 



1918 
1918 
1918 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1906 
1922 
1909 
1909 
1921 
1911 
1911 
1922 
1922 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1922 



Jan. 1. 1906 
May 1, 1909 
Jan. 1, 1914 



6 

4}4 

6 
6 
6 
5H 

5H 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

syi 

4 
4 

6 
4 

4 

5 

SH 

6 

6 

4J^ 

5 

5 

5 

3H 



4H 



t 

525.000 



5,000.000 
21,000,000 

24.000.000 

3,000.000 

4.250,000 

1.750,000 

4,000,000 

3,000.000 

3,000.000 

8,000,000 

2,000,000 

2,000,000 

16,000,000 

15,000,000 

2,684,500 

15,000,000 

1.150,000 

3.500,000 

10,000,000 

498,600 

3,000,000 

20,000.000 

20,000,000 

15.000,000 

15.000,000 

20,000,000 

40.000,000 

15.000,000 

9.350,000 

2,056,406.30t 

1,547,175.701 
834.412. 54t 



700.000 



96,500 



14,000 

692.000 

558.S00 

2,336.500 



2.833.900 
339,500 
274.600 

1,811,600 



1,266,500 

11,000 

352.000 

800,000 

1,693,500 



525.000 



5.000,000 
20.300.000 

24.000,000 

3.000,000 

4.250,000 

1.750,000 

4.000,000 

3,000,000 

3.000,000 

7.903.500 

2.000.000 

1.986.000 

15.308.000 

14,441.500 

348,000 

15,000,000 

1,150.000 

666.100 

9,660.500 

224,000 

1,188.400 

20.000,000 

18,733.500 

14.989.000 

14.648.000 

19.200.000 

38,306.500 

15,000,000 

9.350,000 

2,056.406.30 

1,547,175.70 

834.412.54 



307,146,094.54 



13,780,100.00 



293.365.994.54 



tM— Montreal; W— Winnipeg; V— Vancouver; R— Regina; C— Calgary; H— Halifax; St. J.— St. John. N.B.; 

NY — New York; L — London, Eng. 
JRegistered Stock — Bank of Montreal, London. England — Amount outstanding, of which there has beea purchased 

for Sinking Funds. $847,618.81 3 i^% stock; $661,512.77 4% stock, and $432,380.86 4H% stock. 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



51 



OUTSTANDING AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1927 



Series 



Authority 



Interest Dates 



Where Payable t 



Denom- 
inations 



Exemption 



PP 
AH 

AJ 

T&U 

VWX 

Y 

FF 

GG 

HH 

MM 

Teachers' 

Sup. Fund 

KK 

RR 

TT 



ZZ 



7 Geo. V. Cap. 2 . 



A 
SS 

B 

C &D 

AC 

AD 

UU&XX 

WW& YY 

AG 

AF 

AB 

Dom. of Can. 
Housing Loans 



R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 39 

15 Geo. V, Cap. 2. R.S.O. 
1914. Cap. 21 

16 Geo. V. Cap. 6 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 21 



7 Geo. V, Cap. 2 

8 Geo. V. Cap. 2 

8 Geo. V. Cap. 2 

R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 39.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 

10 Geo. V, Cap. 99 . . . 

R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 

R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 39.. 

R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 39.. 

5 Ed. Vir, Cap. 2; 6 Ed 
VII. Cap. 4 

11 Geo. V, Cap. 7. . 



5 Ed. VII. Cap. 2 & 3. 

9 Ed. VII, Cap. 8 

R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 
1 Geo. V. Cap. 9 

1 Geo. V. Cap. 4 

12-13 Geo. V, Cap. 8.. 
12-13 Geo. V, Cap. 8.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 

14 Geo. V, Cap. 9 

13-14 Geo. V. Cap. 2.. 
R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.. 

9 Geo. V. Cap. 54 

5 Ed. VII. Cap. 2 & 3. 

2 Geo. V, Cap. 2 

4 Geo. V, Cap. 9 



1 May & Nov. 

15 May & Nov. 
1 June & Dec. 

15 Jan. & July 

1 Feb. & Aug. 

5 May & Nov. 
15 Feb. & Aug. 
23 Mar. & Sept 

1 June & Dec. 

1 Jan. & July 
IS June & Dec. 
30Apr.&31Oct. 

1 Apr. & Oct. 

1 June & Dec. 

2 May & Nov. 
1 Jan. & July 

3 Jan. & July 
1 June & Dec. 
1 June & Dec. 
1 Feb. & Aug. 
1 May & Nov. 
1 May & Nov. 
1 Apr. & Oct. 
1 June & Dec. 

15 Mar. & Sept. 
15 Mar. & Sept. 

1 Mar. & Sept. 
15 Apr. & Oct. 

1 Apr. & Oct. 



1 Jan. & July 
1 May & Nov. 
1 Jan. & July 



Bk. Mtl., N.Y 

Prov. Trea?. & Bk. Mt!., M. oi 

N.Y. 
Prov.Treas. & Bk.Mtl., M.. W., 

v., R., C, H.&St. J.; N.Y., 

L. (Eng.) 
Prov.Treas.&Bk. Mlt.. M.,W.. 

v., R.,C., H &St.J.;N.V.; 

L. (Erg.) 
Prov. Treac. & Bk. Mtl.. M.. 

N.Y. or \V. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. N.Y 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. N.Y. 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., N.Y 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. N.Y 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M.. . 

Prov. Treas 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., N.Y 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

W. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M 

Prov. Treas 



Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mt!.. M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. M. . . 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mt!., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. M. . . 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas & Bk. Mtl.. M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. . . 

Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl.. M. or 

W. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., 

N.Y. or L. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Comm., M.. 

W., v., H. or St. J. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas 



Bk. Mtl.. London, Eng. 
Bk. Mtl., London, Eng. 
Bk. Mtl.. London, Eng. 



1,000 
1,000 



1,000 & 

500 

1,000, 500 

& 100 
1,000.500 
& 100 
1,000 



1,000 

1,000 

1 .000 & 

500 
1 Bond 

1.000 

1.000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1.000 

1.000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1.000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1,000 

1 ,000 & 

500 
1,000 

1,000 & 

500 
1,000 

1 ,000 & 

500 
1,000 



None 



None 
None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Succ. Duty 
Free 
None 

None 

Succ. Duty 

Free 

None 

Succ. Duty 

Free 
Succ. Duty 

Free 

None 

None 
None 
None 
None 
None 
None 
None 
None 



Succ. Duty 
Free 



Succ. Duty 
Free 



52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of tlie Province of Ontario 
As at October 31st, 1927 

(I) University of Toronto. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 15th July, 1908, and 16th June, 1909. 
Annuity Debentures of above University, payable 15th 
July, 1910, to 15th July, 1949, 40 years, $555,720.00 out- 
standing. 

Present value for 22 years at 4 per cent $365,035 29 

University of Toronto. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 7th April, 1911. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st 
January, 1951, 40 years, $157,632.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 24 years at 4 per cent 100,142 03 

University of Toronto. 

Guarantee of the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, May 1912. Annuity Debentures of 
above University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st 
January, 1951, 40 years, $363,768.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 24 years at 4 per cent 231 .098 1 7 

University of Toronto. 

Guaranteed b>' the Province of Ontario, uiuier authorit\ 
Order-in-Council, April 14th, 1915. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable 1st January, 1915, to 1st 
January, 1954, 40 years, $167,300.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 28 years at 43^2 per cent 94,063 64 

University of Toronto. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authorit>- 
Order-in-Council, June 17th, 1924. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable 15th July, 1925, to July 15th. 
1944, 20 years, $170,000.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 17 years at 5 per cent 112,740 70 

$903,079 83 

i2)|Town of Bruce Mines. 

R.S.O. 1914, cap. 266. 
January 1st, 1918, to January 1st, 1947, 6 per cent 20,831 94 

(3) Town of Matheson. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

June 1st, 1923, to June 1st, 1937, 6 per cent $3,789 08 

9 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

April 1st, 1920, to April 1st, 1949, 6 per cent 27,557 10 

9 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

May 6th, 1924, to Mav 6th, 1948, 6 per cent 34,185 90 

65.532 08 

v4) Town of Capreol. 

10-11 Geo. V, cap. 7. 

December 1st, 1922, to December 1st. 1939, 6 per cent 6,900 88 

Carried forward $996,344 73 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



53 



Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario — Continued 

Brought forward $996,344 73 

(5) Township of Tisdale. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

Dec. 31st, 1917, to Dec. 31st, 1931, 6 per cent $10,842 92 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

Dec. 31st, 1917, to Dec. 31st, 1931, 6 per cent 4,337 17 

Statute Law Amendment Act, 1918, sec. 67. 

July 1st, 1918, to Julv 1st, 1932, 6 per cent 4,337 17 

19,517 26 

{ 6) Town of Cochrane . 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

May 1st, 1918, to May 1st, 1947, 5 per cent $32,427 38 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

July 2nd, 1925, to July 2nd, 1944, 53^2 per cent 36,365 73 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

July 2nd, 1924, to July 2nd, 1943, 5}4 per cent 96,301 33 

165,094 44 

(7) Town of Haileybury. 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

April 1st, 1925. to April 1st, 1944, 6 per cent $18,269 09 

April 15th, 1925, to April 15th, 1944, 6 per cent 1,575 04 

April 1st, 1925, to April 1st, 1934, 6 per cent 2,810 61 

July 15th, 1924, to July 15th, 1943, 6 per cent 13,216 19 

Feb. 12th, 1925, to Feb. 12th, 1934, 6 per cent 3,792 34 

Mav 10th, 1925, to May 10th, 1934, 6 per cent 12,300 47 

April 15th, 1925, to April 15th, 1944, 6 per cent 2,149 01 

54,112 75 

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

7 Geo. V, cap. 27. 

Dec. 1st, 1918, to Dec. 1st, 1937, 5 per cent $19,995 85 

9 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Nov. 1st, 1919, to Nov. 1st, 1938, 6 per cent 10,964 09 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3 and 15 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

April 1st, 1926. to April 1st, 1940, 5j^ per cent 116,261 69 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3 and 15 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

April 1st, 1926, to April 1st, 1940, 5^ per cent 65,397 20 

212,618 83 

(9) Presqu'Ile Park Commission. 

13-14 Geo. V, cap. 6. 

Payable May 1st, 1943, 6 per cent 20,000 00 



(lOj Town of Kapuskasing. 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

August 1st, 1926, to August 1st, 1945, 6 per cent. . . 
14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

Januar\- 1st, 1928, to January 1st, 1947, 6 per cent. 



$75,519 99 
20,000 00 



(11) Town of Englehart. 

15 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Dec. 31st, 1924, to Dec. 31st, 1943 $6,375 00 

15 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Dec. 31st, 1924, to Dec. 31st, 1943 12,750 00 

15 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Dec. 31st, 1925, to Dec. 31st, 1944 3,420 00 



95,519 99 



22,545 00 



Carried forward $1,585,753 00 



54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario. — Continued 

Brought fonvaril $1,585,753 00 

(12) r.uarantees under the authority of the Municipal Housing 
Act, 1920, sec. 4. 

Beaverton $5,662 59 

Cochrane 63,506 87 

Fergus 1,471 80 

Ford Citv 289,963 44 

Kitchener 104,195 33 

Listowel 47,262 27 

London 243,113 70 

Niagara Falls 63,549 70 

Oshawa 175,093 35 

Point Edward 38,595 68 

Riverside 172,552 57 

Sarnia 1 22,594 85 

Sioux Lookout 22,026 87 

Stamford Township 82,515 00 

Sudbury 117,699 50 

Tilbury 37,143 79 

Walkerville 33,870 34 

Windsor 770,062 92 

2,390,880 57 



(13) Guarantees by the Province of Ontario, under authority of section 6b of the 

Department of Education Act and Amendments 2,689,372 99 

(14) Hydro-Electric Power Commission of On- 

tario. 

Guarantees given by the Province in 
respect of bond and other liabilities 
assumed by and bonds issued by the 
Commission : 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures 
of the Commission given in purchase 
of the Capital Stock of the Ontario 
Power Company, 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 ; 8,484,000 00 

First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds 
of the Ontario Transmission Company, 
Limited, due 1st May, 1945 .' . 1,450,000 00 



$21,134,000100 



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 Jime, 1928. . . 26,000 00 



226,000 00 



Re Thorold System. 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures of the Commis- 
sion, due 1st December, 1958 100,000 00 



Carried forward $6,666,006 56 



1926-27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS SS^ 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario — Continued 

Brought forward $6,666,006 56 

(14) Hydro-Electric Power, etc. — Continued 

Re Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway. 

Forty year 43^ per cent. Bonds of 
the Commission, due 1st April, 1960. . $2,100,000 00 

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

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

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st July, 1945 750,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st September, 1945 100,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 

Commission, due 15th July, 1946 1,000,000 00 

$5,816,205 00 

Re Port Credit and St. Catharines Railway. 

Fifty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the Commission, due 
1st November, 1969 500,000 00 

Re Guelph Railway. 

Ten year 6 per cent. Bonds of the Commission, due 
1st May, 1931 276,000 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 

43^ per cent. Guaranteed Debenture 
Stock of the Toronto Power Company, 
due 1st May, 1941 9,376,212 52 

Fifteen year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 15th June, 1939 4,000,000 00 



13,995,212 52 

Re Toronto and York Radial Railway Com- 
pany, and the Schomberg and Aurora 
Railway Company. 

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 Rail- 
way Company, and the Schomberg and 
Aurora Railway Company $2,375,000 00 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due 1st December, 1940. . 600,000 00 

2,975,000 00 

45,022,417 52 



$51,688,424 08 



56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



REGISTERED STOCK— SINKING FUNDS 
Investment Account as at October 3Ist, 1927 



3H% Stock due January 1st, 1946— £422,549-4-10: 

Ontario Registered 3^% Stock due 1946. Par value.. . . $572,455 71 
« " 4 % " 1947. " .... 182,176 30 
" " ^H% " 1965. " .... 150,268 31 
British 5% War Loan due, 1929/1947 £16,529-0-1 at cost. 81,535 78 
Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash balance for invest- 
ment 795 29 

4% Stock due May 1st, 1947— £317,912-16-4: 

Ontario Registered 3}4% Stock due 1946. Par value.. . . $219,449 17 

« « 4 % « 1947 " .... 390,177 25 

" " 4^% " 1965 " .... 184,048 55 

British 5% War Loan due 1929/1947— £3,101-7-10 at cost. 15,313 05 

Commonwealth of Australia 5% stock 1945/1975— 

£13,330-2-3 at cost 63,642 74 

Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash balance for invest- 
ment 759 95 



4K% Stock due January 1st, 1965— £171,454-12-8: 

Ontario Registered 3^% Stock due 1946. Par value.. . . 
" « 4 % " 1947 " 

" " 4>i% " 1965 " 

British 5% War Loan due 1929/1947— £421-17-10 at cost. 
Commonwealth of Australia 5% Stock, 1945/1975— 

£6,409-7-2 at cost 

Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash balance for invest- 
ment 



55,713 93 

89,159 22 

98,064 00 

2,079 11 

30,597 28 

291 09 



987,231 39 



873,390 71 



275,904 63 
$2,136,526 73 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



57 



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 



1927. 
1928. 
1929. 
1930. 
1931. 
1932. 
1933. 
1934. 
1935. 
1936. 
1937. 
1938. 
1939. 
1940. 
1941. 
1942. 
1943. 
1944. 
1945. 
1946. 
1947. 
1948. 
1949. 
1950. 



$ 



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 

67,943 75 

31,818 40 

24,920 51 

22,695 08 

18,251 86 

18,251 

18,251 

18,251 

6,871 

699 



1,725,571 74 



$ c. 

25,350 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 



364,700 00 



S8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

Statement Showing Deposits and Investment thereof 
as at October 31st, 1927 

Deposits by Public at October 31st, 1927 $18,831,869 24 

Investment Thereof: 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures $17,338,000 00 

Less: Repayments to date 1,688,000 00 

$15,650,000 00 

Farm Loans Act — Short Term Loans 147,566 83 

Farm Loans Act — Capital stock in associations 2,400 00 

Dominion of Canada Victory Bonds — 

$750,000 5H% due 1934 777,554 70 

Savings Offices — 

Cash on hand and in banks $557,088 43 

Accounts receivable 1,000 00 

Fixtures (depreciated value) 24,615 06 



582,703 49 



17,160.225 02 



Balance in Consolidated Revenue Fund $ 1,671,644 22 



ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 
As at October 31st» 1927 

Accounts due by Departments $ 530,512 56 

Bonds matured outstanding 13,000 00 

Dominion of Canada — Common School Fund 989 93 

Surplus Registry fees — re Land Titles Office 30,379 46 

$ 574,881 95 



SPECIAL FUNDS 
As at October 31st, 1927 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund — see page 59 $ 1,906,152 26 

Municipal Sinking Funds — see page 60 1,374,829 71 

Deposits on Timber Sales 1,232,871 97 

Deposit with tender— Serial Loan AK, dated November 1st, 1927 240,000 00 

Assurance Fund under Land Titles Act 235,000 00 

Assurance Fund — Toronto Registry ( )ltice 7,634 43 

Federal Subsidy for Agriculture— balance unexpended 15,653 95 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — Reserves: 

Province of Ontario Savings Offices 145,914 33 

For Farm Loans 127,609 39 

Vimy Ridge Farm — Boys' Trust Fund 8,736 14 

Sundry bequests 107,564 78 

Brophy Estate — Estreated .^ 163,066 94 

Kiwanis Club — re cottage at Boys' Training School, Bowmanville 5,000 00 

Suspense Account 530 00 

$ 5,570,563 90 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



5P 



PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

10-11 Geo. V, Cap. 4 

As at October 31st, 1927 

Balance al credit of Fund— Xovember 1st, 1926 $ 1,664,333 92 

Contributions to Fund — 

By Employees $ 218,754 03 

Bv Government — 

Employees $ 218,754 03 

Less refunds 34,776 78 

5 [83 977 25 

For Sheriffs, 12-13 Geo. V, Cap. 5, Sec. 3 . 6',875 60 

Interest — 



On balance to credit of Fund at 
Xovember 1st, 1926 

On Employees' Con- 

butions S 4,643 17 

On Government Con- 
tributions 4,643 17 



83,216 69 



Less interest allowed 
Government on 
payments 



$ 9,286 34 



4,859 26 



4,427 08 



278,496 62 



497,250 65 
$ 2,161,584 57 



Deduct— 

Benefits Paid — 

Allowances 

Lump sum payments. 
Refunds under Sec. 9 , 
Interest on refunds. . . 



211,520 44 

4,455 76 

34,776 78 

4,679 33 



255,432 31 



Balance at credit of Fund at October 31st, 1927 $ 1,906,152 26 



Statement of Receipts .a.nd Expenditures 
November 1st, 1920, to October 31st, 1927 



Year 


Receipts 


Expenditure 


Surplus 


1921 


$ c. 
331,412 32 
406,744 96 
485,151 01 
467,8W 22 
466,060 66 
491,070 84 
497,250 65 


$ c. 
62,709 95 
111,728 78 
170,199 39 
199,815 11 
212,319 80 
227,197 06 
255,432 31 


$ c. 
268,702 37 


1922 


295,016 18 


1923 


314,951 62 


1924 


268,049 11 


1925 


253,740 86 


1926 


263,873 78 


1927 


241,818 34 






Tota 1 


3,145,554 66 


1,239,402 40 


1,906,152 26 







60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS 

Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario to 
October Slst, 1927 with interest, (8 Edw. VII, Cap. 51) 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


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 
B 736 

776 
B 822 

62 
63 

486 
570 

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 
254 
259 
271 
293 
294 


$ c. 
15,868 29 
17,147 85 
16,344 75 
20,580 13 
2,456 99 
12,112 42 


$ c. 


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84,510 43 


St Thomas 


8,872 75 

17,301 53 

18,626 89 

9,313 13 

5,610 54 

19,607 55 


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79,332 39 
14,437 11 


Towns — 




Brockville 


44,700 46 

11,080 16 

7,174 54 








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62,955 16 


Bruce Mines 


2,040 69 
2,040 69 








4,081 38 




19,710 18 
9,669 91 


« 






29,380 09 




7,453 38 
9,869 31 
2,934 01 
2,367 33 
1,322 02 
2,910 78 


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26,856 83 
48,875 72 


IngersoU 




Oshawa 




9,062 68 


Prescott 


3 707 91 
8,820 42 
2,325 97 
4,023 21 
3,347 39 
1,546 41 
1,658 52 
5,065 51 
2,262 31 
1,000 32 
1,315 17 
3,193 92 
5,594 35 




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43,861 41 


St. Mary's 


2,821 91 
10,138 58 

3,679 17 
11,038 14 
13,575 30 
11,410 50 

2,110 89 
984 62 

1,605 62 

10,890 14 

882 87 


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1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



61 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS— Continued 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


Towns — Continued 
St. Mary's 


295 
303 
332 
355 

17 
17 (1923) 

408 
478 
500 
533 
547 
548 
564 
582 

75 
100 
114 

688 
404 

677 

724 

737 

766 

824 

875 

889 

904 

905 

909 

912 

918 

924 

946 

961 

967 

993 

994 

1,001 

1,003 

1.029 

1,065 

1,066 

1,088 

1,089 

1,122 

1,129 

1.139 

1.146 

1.154 

1.197 

1,210 

1,219 

1,254 

1.257 

1,294 

1,301 

1.327 


$ c. 

4,414 99 

3,612 08 

666 81 

947 25 


$ 


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78 778 87 






Thornburv 

ornuury 


9,060 49 
1,051 96 










10,112 45 


Villages — 

Acton . 


3,107 52 

1.783 64 

270 13 

98 08 

81 93 

239 00 

149 74 

25 43 


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5,755 47 




6,194 56 
2,984 30 
5,445 86 


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14,624 72 
1,329 56 


Elora 




Port Dalhouse 




1.182 74 


Townships — 


40,321 78 

10,573 28 

5,269 33 

7,747 42 

25,843 09 

14.580 82 

7,207 88 

241 73 

221 57 

6.195 87 
8.949 57 

18.613 03 

817 55 

11,777 85 

3,687 39 

299 48 

2,339 60 

7.634 20 

125 28 

2,944 35 

3,684 63 

11,903 38 

2,808 98 

2.956 04 

934 85 

1.196 47 
8,851 80 
6.695 58 
2,299 40 
5,311 07 
5.977 24 

17,158 42 
2,989 06 
9.183 18 
1,738 54 
2,534 11 
5.066 24 

12.142 34 




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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS— Continued 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


Townships — Continued 

Barton 


1,342 
1,365 
1,366 
1,369 
1,425 
1,426 
1,427 
1,448 
1,470 
1,471 
1,495 
1,496 

2 
9 

1,028 

3 

8 

160 

4 

647 

648 

683 

686 

1 

568 
604 
619 
620 
625 
637 
649 
672 
677 
692 
693 
708 
754 
755 
788 

928 
968 


$ c. 

669 35 
6,200 98 
1,476 03 

974 50 
1,405 61 
3,425 58 
1,637 52 
3,727 11 

228 19 

1,956 59 

59 95 

638 35 


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501,222 16 




3,731 00 
14,783 04 


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18,514 04 
9,005 09 










653 14 


Ignace 




4,967 88 


Mclrvine 




1,532 30 


Nepean 




1,151 88 


Saltfleet 


6,215 25 

7,351 93 

683 20 








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14.250 38 
3,998 77 










15.059 49 


Counties — 


48,953 82 
35,911 88 
38,206 05 
47,405 99 
28,257 28 
66,293 50 
26,778 48 
17,726 40 
13,716 77 
19,240 12 
14,316 02 
37,472 22 
22,552 26 
5,528 94 
2,238 83 








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Welland : 


48,124 85 
26,614 16 


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74.739 01 


Balance standing to credit of Municipal Sinking 
Fund Account at 31st October, 1927 




$1,374,829 71 











EXPENDITURE 
STATEMENTS 



[6S] 



64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 
Statement of Expenditure for the Twelve Months Ended October 31st, 1927 



Department 



For 

Detaib 

See Page 



Ordinary 



Capital 



Total 



Lieutenant-Governors' Office . 
Prime Minister's Department. . 

Legislation 

Attorney-General's Department 
Insurance " 
Education " 
Lands and Forests " 
Northern Development " 
Mines " 
Game and Fisheries " 
Public Works 
Public Highways " 
Health " 
Labour " 
Provincial Treasurer's " 
Provincial Auditor's Office. . . 
Provincial Secretary's Department 
Agriculture " 
General Miscellaneous 



Public Debt, Loans Advanced, 
Special Fund Repayments, etc . . 



A-2 
B-2 
C-2 
D-2 
E-2 
F-2 
G-2 
H-2 
1-2 
J-2 
K-2 
L-2 
M-2 
N-2 
0-2 
P-2 
Q-2 
R-2 
S-2 



T-1 



$ 

5,450 00 

255,522 43 

366,049 08 

2,479,317 61 

52,288 46 

9,514,789 22 

1,762,231 60 

1,823,918 35 

334,972 31 

434,752 12 

822,120 06 

4,196,708 58 

682,080 65 

2,455,963 65 

21,247,799 46 

103,024 03 

6,547,780 81 

2,339,409 12 

339,511 09 



1,100,000 00 



100,937 85 

764,914 47 

2,682,215 76 

4,098 35 

57,720 76 

1,353,973 85 

9,762,557 65 



1,700 00 



345 72 



S c. 

5,450 00 

1,355,522 43 

366,049 08 

2,479,317 61 

52,288 46 

9,615,727 07 

2,527,146 07 

4,506,134 11 

339,070 66 

492,472 88 

2,176,093 91 

13,959,266 23 

682.080 65 

2,455,963 65 

21,249,499 46 

103,024 03 

6,547,780 81 

2,339,409 12 

339,856 81 



55,763,688 63 



15,828.464 41 
57,319,808 61 



71,592,153 04 
S7,31Q,808 61 



55,763,688 63 



73,148,273 02 



128,911,961 65 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



65 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 


1926 and 1927 




Ordinary- 


Capital 


Department 


1926 


1927 


1926 


1927 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office.. 


$ c. 
5,450 00 


$ c. 
5,450 00 


$ c. 


S c. 








Prime Minister's Department: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


87,733 53 


123,720 94 






Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission 


3,191,104 46 


4,200,200 00 
1 100 000 00 


Bonuses to Rural Priman 
Transmission Lines 


554,635 86 
29,555 30 
96,631 07 




Statutory 


12,281 45 
119,520 04 


227,197 06 


255 432 31 


Special Warrants 


20,000 00 






Deduct, Advanced to Hydro- 
Electric Power Commis- 
sion and Public SerA'ict 
Superannuation Fund 
Payments 


3,418,301 52 
3,418,301 52 


5,575.632 31 
4,475,632 31 








Total ... 


768,555 76 


255,522 43 




1 100 000 00 








Legislation 


343.757 24 


; 366,049 08 












Attorney -General's Dept.: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


276,905 86 
108.546 9-1 

1,216,779 36 

233,868 17 

35,817 75 
123,875 63 


296,718 97 
108,542 03 

1,114,657 90 

247,507 33 

48,560 39 

662,830 99 

500 00 






Supreme Court of Ontario. . 

Sundr\- Civil and Criminal 

Justice 






Administration of Justice in 
Districts 






Miscellaneous 






Statutory 






Special Warrants 














Total 


1,995,793 71 


2,479,317 61 












Insurance Department 


42,363 58 


52,288 46 












Education Department: 

Main Office 


74,917 87 

4,504,926 45 
501,957 60 

13*6,953 10 

378,628 99 
7,524 87 

125.564 62 

815.359 38 

37,175 00 

1,719,818 51 
126,806 38 

89,178 84 
45,283 17 
48,615 40 
566,967 49 
11,056 72 


75,245 56 

4,708,059 23 
509,306 60 

106,617 49 

471,351 46 
6,490 12 

111,828 33 

847,198 19 

31,334 50 

1,748,359 68 
137,728 23 

89,195 21 
47,378 32 
66,946 66 
546,854 36 
10,895 28 






Public and Separate School 
Education 


130 78 


130 78 


Normal and Model Schools. 




English-French Training 
Schools 


8,797 92 




High Schools and Collegiate 
Institutes 




Derartmenta! Museum. . . . 

Public Libraries, Art Schools, 

e^c 










Technical Education 


335 48 




Superannuated Teachers. . . 
Provincial and Other Uni- 




103,611 49 


87,326 32 


Belleville School for the Deaf 




Brantford School for the 
Blind 






Monteith Northern Academ\ 






Miscellaneous 






Statutor\' 




13,480 75 


Special Warrants 










Total 


9,190,734 39 


9.514,789 22 


112.875 67 


100.937 85 



66 



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No. 1 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for tlie Years 1926 and 1927 

— Continued 



Department 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1926 


1927 


1926 


1927 


Lands and Forests Dept.: 
Alain Office and Branches. . 


$ 

169,043 48 

461,952 56 

994.929 26 

12,440 31 


$ c. 

183,551 26 

474.107 87 

1,083,991 90 

9,518 15 

11,062 42 


$ 


$ c. 


Miscellaneous 


227,424 84 

288,311 66 

, 1,344 98 

198,284 75 


292,606 68 


Forestry Branch 


449,210 42 


Statutory 


709 78 


Special Warrants 


22,387 59 








Total 


1,638,365 61 


■ 1,762,231 60 


715,366 23 


764,914 47 


Northern Development Dept.: 

Colonization Roads, Salaries 

and Contingencies 


10,732 36 

118.023 55 

1,528,342 37 

3,930 OG 


j 

10,016 04 

200,753 57 
1,613,148 74 






Colonization Roads, Miscel- 
laneous 


I 178,293 72 
2,301,506 91 


298,870 18 


Statutory 


2,433.345 58 


Special Warrants 












Deduct, Loans to Settlers, 
Creameries, etc 


1,661,028 28 


■ 1,823,918 35 


1 2.479,800 63 
; 50,000 00 


2,732,215 76 
50,000 00 






1 " * 




Total 


1.661,028 28 


! 1,823,918 35 


2,429,800 63 


2,682,215 76 






Mines Department: 

Main Office and Branches 


149,414 12 

133,985 95 

8,000 00 


163,775 08 

151.273 15 

8,000 00 

11.924 08 






Miscellaneous 


4,116 45 


1,145 60 


Statutory 




Special Warrants 


5,000 00 


2.952 75 








Total 


291,400 07 


334,972 31 


9,116 45 


4.098 35 






Game and Fisheries Dept.: 
Main Office 


40,617 98 

307,162 03 

1,530 00 


43,805 21 
390,946 91 






Miscellaneous 


50,434 23 


57,720 76 


Statutory 












Total . . 


349,310 01 


434,752 12 


50,434 23 


57,720 76 






Public Works Department: 
Main Office . 


74,851 82 

613,060 93 

52,772 16 

300 74 

8,000 00 

830 00 


83,313 57 

685,428 17 

41,908 72 






Maintenance and Repairs. . 






Public Works and Bridges. . 
Public Buildings 


180,597 86 

1,982,459 97 

19,099 00 

74.299 46 


157,767 03 
1,172,473 95 


Statutory 


8,000 00 
3,469 60 


16,295 00 


Special Warrants 


7,437 87 






Total 


749,815 65 


822,120 06 


2,256,456 29 


1,353,973 85 







1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



67 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1926 and 1927 

— Continued 



Department 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1926 


1927 


1926 


1927 


Public Highways Department : 
Main Office 


$ c. 

209,967 67 

197,797 86 

50,449 63 

2,890,601 74 


$ c. 

266,396 04 

240,466 62 

67,338 20 

3,621,144 27 

1,363 45 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Motor Vehicles Branch. 






Miscellaneous 






Statutory. . . . 


8,170,060 39 


9,762,557 65 


Special Warrants 












Total 


3,348,816 90 


4,196,708 58 


8,170,060 39 


9,762,557 65 






Health Department: 

Main Office and Branches . . 


630,786 94 
8,180 21 
8,000 00 


663,670 11 

10,410 54 

8,000 00 






Miscellaneous. 






Statutory ... 












Total 


646,967 15 


682,080 65 












Labour Department: 

Main Office and Branches. . 


332,729 54 
3,894 28 

1,950,401 73 
31,334 97 


345,578 70 
3,985 40 

2,081,327 63 
25,071 92 






Miscellaneous 






Mothers' Allowance Com- 
mission 






Special Warrants 












Total 


2,318,360 52 


2,455,963 65 












Provincial Treasurer's Dept.: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


471,042 17 

12,554 90 

1,267,909 14 

37,017 13 


458,065 95 

14,785 94 

1,407,467 66 

2,500 00 




1,700 00 


General 






Statutory 


3,375,870 00 
44,500 00 


5 253,855 43 


Special Warrants 








Public Debt Charges 


1,788,523 34 
17,315,418 75 


1,882,819 55 
19,364,979 91 


3,420,370 00 
43,260,768 10 


5,255,555 43 
47,485,000 00 


Deduct, Public Debt Matu- 
rities Paid, Loans Ad- 
vanced, etc 


19,103,942 09 


21,247,799 46 


46,681,138 10 
46,606,638 10 


52,740,555 43 
52,738,855 43 










Total 


19,103,942 09 


21,247,799 46 


74,500 00 


1,700 00 






Provincial Auditor's Office: 
Salaries and Contingencies.. 


94,567 31 
6,000 00 


97,024 03 
6,000 00 






Statutory (Auditor's Salarv) 












Total 


100,567 31 


103,024 03 













68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ck>inparatlve Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1926 and 1927 

— Continued 



Department 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1926 


1927 


1926 


1927 


Provincial Secretary's Dept.: 
Main Office, etc 


$ c. 

253,535 02 

116,041 48 
1,423,761 26 

4,205,372 87 
8,311 66 
1,026 35 


$ c. 
316,269 87 

111,927 44 
1,456,907 85 

4,647,955 33 

10,371 68 

4,348 64 


$ c. 


$ 


Public Institutions Branch, 
Inspection and Parole 
Board 






Hospitals and Charities. . . . 






Public Institutions, Hospit- 
als, etc 


13,629 84 
38,022 28 




Statutory 


8,000 00 


Special Warrants 








Deduct, Housing Loans. . . . 


6,008,048 64 


6,547,780 81 


51,652 12 
38,022 28 


8,000 00 
8,000 00 










Total 


6,008,048 64 


6,547,780 81 


13,629 84 








Agriculture Department: 
Main Office, etc 


29,566 24 

206,163 32 
139,576 12 

72,247 39 
238,849 40 

89,017 74 

346,259 05 

16,039 59 

75,246 88 

72,838 03 
33,764 57 

22,274 75 

12,528 59 

176,106 77 
46,358 72 

629,209 25 

9,916 67 

24,947 70 


29,780 01 

207,729 83 
188,515 07 

79,803 96 
225,215 45 

97,140 45 

355,441 13 

19,168 69 

100,566 13 

73,947 13 
30,049 17 

27,795 03 

20.202 80 

167,056 37 
45,909 43 

659,650 42 
8,931 67 
2,506 38 






Agricultural and Horticul- 
tural Societies Branch.. . . 






Live Stock Branch 






Institutes Branch 






Dairy Branch 






Fruit Branch 


232 43 




Agricultural Representatives 
Branch 




Markets and Co-operation 
Branch 






Agricultural Development 
Act Kxpenses 






Kemptville Agricultural 
School 


1,153 40 




Ontario Veterinary- College . 
Western Ontario Experi- 
mental Farm . 




458 05 
3,468 42 




Demonstration Farm, Nor- 
thern Ontario 




Colonization and Immigra- 
tion 




Miscellaneous 






Ontario Agricultural College 
Statutory^ 










Special Warrants 












Total 


2,240,910 78 


2,339,409 12 


5,312 30 








General Miscellaneous 

Deduct, Surplus Registry 
Office Fees, etc 


447,593 56 


339,511 09 


30,000 00 


47,666 59 
47,320 87 












Total 


447,593 56 


339,511 09 


30,000 00 


345 72 






Grand Total Excluding 
(Part T) 






13,867,552 03 
50,112,961 90 


15,828,464 41 


Public Debt: 

Loans Advanced, Special 
Fund Repayments, etc. 
(Part T) 






57,319,808 61 










Grand Total 


51,251.781 25 


55,763,688 63 


63,980,513 93 


73,148,273 02 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



69 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more than one source during 
the Fiscal Year 1926-7 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Prime Minister's Dept.: 


B 6 

C 4 

D 28 

B 7 
C 4 

C 5 
D 28 

C 5 
D 28 

C 3 

D 28 
K 12 

C 5 
D 28 
D 28 
D 28 

C 4 
D 28 

C 5 
D 28 

C 5 
D 28 
D 28 

D 7 
D 28 

D 8 
D 8 

D 7 
D 29 

D 7 
D 29 

D 7 
D 29 

D 7 
D 29 

D 7 
D 29 

D 7 
D 29 


$ c. 

3,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


$ c. 


« : 




(( : 






5,000 00 


Petley H 


1,500 00 
200 00 


« 






1,700 00 


Legislation: 

Baker A. E 


2,200 00 
300 00 


« 






2,500 00 




1,500 00 
300 00 


« 






1.800 00 


Brown Robt 


.1,600 00 
300 00 
100 00 


(( 




« 






2,000 00 


Dymond AM 


5,400 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


« 




« 




(( 






9,400 00 




1,500 00 
200 00 


(( 






1 700 00 


McCleary D H 


1,500 00 
300 00 




« 






1,800 00 


Wilkinson W B 


5.000 00 

2,000 00 

700 00 


« 




«/ 






7.700 00 


Attorney-General's Dept.: 

Baylv, E 


6,600 00 
2,000 00 


(t 






8 600 00 


Coo, W. C. 


2,100 00 
149 05 




u 






2,249 05 




1,125 00 
55 50 


« 






1,180 50 


Fitch, C. A 


3,150 00 
1,000 00 


i( 






4,150 00 


Houston, J 


1,125 00 
124 50 


« 






1,249 50 


McCaul, W J 


1,800 00 

96 75 


(( 






1,896 75 


Mockler E A 


1,900 00 
91 50 


i( 






1,991 50 


Parkhill M 


1,200 00 
150 50 


« 






1,350 50 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more than one source during 
the Fiscal Year 1926-27— Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Attorney-General's Dept.: — Continued 

Rice, M. R 


D 28 
D 28 

F 46 
F 29 

F 29 
F 29 

F 26 
F 29 

F 26 
F 29 

F 29 
F 30 

F 26 
F 24 
F 29 

F 28 
F 24 

F 26 
F 30 
F 29 

F 28 
F 33 
F 29 
F 24 

F 46 
F 30 
F 29 

F 13 
F 30 

F 26 
F 13 
F 25 

F 26 
F 29 

F 30 
F 30 
F 29 

F 26 
F 29 

F 46 
F 30 
F 30 
F 29 


% c. 

1,304 16 

200 00 


$ c. 


a. 






I 504 16 


Education Dept. 

Anglin R. W 


4,600 00 
15 00 




« 






4,615 00 


Beecroft W. A 


2,700 00 
36 00 


<( 






2,736 00 


Chisholm W I 


4,400 00 
389 90 


« 






4,789 90 


Cowles T P 


4,400 00 
94 60 


« 






4,494 60 


Croskery R. A 


4,400 00 
500 00 


u 






4,900 00 


Dandeno J B 


4,000 00 
400 00 
118 00 






« 






4,518 00 




2,200 00 
20 00 


« 






2,220 00 


Hoae T P 


4,400 00 
250 00 

548 40 


(( 




« 






5,198 40 


Karr W J 


4,600 00 

1,000 00 

25 00 

10 00 


« 




M 




« 






5,635 00 


Levan, I M 


4,600 00 

500 00 

97 40 


« 




« 






5,197 40 




6,000 00 
750 00 


« 






6,750 00 


MacDougall J. B 


4,000 00 

200 00 

40 00 


M 










4,240 00 




4,400 00 
682 40 


K 






5,082 40 




5,000 00 

250 00 

36 00 


<i 




W 






5,286 00 


Power J F . 


3,400 00 
162 00 


M 






3,562 00 


Rogers, G. F 


4,600 00 
500 00 
124 00 
112 40 


« 




« 




M 






5,336 40 



1926-27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



71 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 

who received pay from more than one source during 

the Fiscal Year 1926-27— Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Education Dept. — Continued 

Rutherford, F. S 


F 50 

F 25 
F 29 

F 28 
F 25 

F 51 
F 29 

F 13 
F 13 

K 14 
K 12 

K 14 
K 12 

K 14 
K 12 

K 14 
D 28 
K 12 

K 14 
L 7 

K 14 
K 12 

M 10 
M 10 

M 10 
M 10 

M 10 
M 10 

M 6 
F 24 

M 10 
M 10 

M 10 

M 10 

M 9 
M 10 

M 5 
F 24 


$ c. 

4,200 00 

300 00 

37 00 


t c. 


<t 




a 






4,537 00 


Sinclair, Dr. S. B 

M 


3,600 00 
400 00 




4,000 00 


SorsoHel, M. A 


4,000 00 
50 00 


« 






4,050 00 


Walton, Geo 


1,700 00 
40 80 


a 






1,740 80 


Public Works Dept. : 

Bain, Wm 


1,350 00 
100 00 


u 






1,450 OO 


Bennett, Jno 


1,600 00 
100 00 


M 






1,700 00 


Campbell, W. J 


1,400 00 
100 00 


(( 






1,500 00 


Gould, J 


1,350 00 
100 00 
100 00 


(t 




« 






1,550 00 


Pearson, W 


1,133 28 
50 00 


« 






1,183 28 


Sexsmith, E. M 


1,500 00 
100 00 


« 






1,600 00 


Health Dept.: 


779 11 
187 00 


(< 






966 11 


Butterworth, E 


1,092 00 
349 00 


u 






1,441 00 




975 00 
31 50 


u 






1,006 50 


Conboy, Dr. F 


4,000 00 
50 00 


H 






4,050 00 


Fasken, J 


. 2,100 00 
148 00 








2,248 00 




1,600 00 
248 00 


M 






1,848 00 


HoUinger, R 


1,500 00 
226 00 








1 79fi 00 




1,900 00 
200 00 










2,100 00 



72 



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No. 1 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 

who received pay from more than one source during 

the Fiscal Year 1926-27— Continued 



Name 



Page 



Amount 



Total 



Health Dept. — Continued 
McNabb, Dr. A 



Nash, R 

Packham, R. . . 
« 

Phair, Dr. J. T. 



Provincial Treasurer's Dept. 
Fraser, Alexander 



Boylen, J. C. 
« 

Regan, R. T. 



Provincial Auditor's Office: 
Jennings, T. R 



Provincial Secretaries' Dept. 
Lavell, Dr. A. E. 



Agriculture Dept.: 
Roadhouse, W. B . 



M 9 
M 10 



2,708 31 
58 00 



M 10 
M 10 


1,400 00 
34 00 


M 10 
M 10 


1,400 00 
57 50 


M 5 
F 25 


4,200 00 
260 00 


11 

A 2 


3,600 00 
1,400 00 


9 
9 


2,700 00 
500 00 


6 
C 3 


2,550 00 
25 00 


P 3 
R 37 


4,000 00 
200 00 


Q 13 

Q 13 


3,150 00 
750 00 


R 9 
R 37 


5,000 00 
600 00 



2,766 31 
1,434 00 
1.457 50 
4,460 00 

5,000 00 
3,200 00 
2,575 00 

4,200 00 

3,900 00 

5,600 00 



EXPENDITURE 

IN DETAIL BY 

DEPARTMENTS 



1 PJL 



PART A 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-2: 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



A 2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PART A— LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Statement of Expenditure Showing Amounts Expended and Unexpended for the Twelve 
Months Ended October 31st, 1927 





Estimates 


Expended 


Unex- 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office 


Ordinary 


Capital 


Total 


pended 


Salaries 


$ c. 

3,400 00 
2,050 00 


$ c. 

3,400 00 
2,050 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,400 00 
2,050 00 


$ c. 


Allowance for contingencies 












Total, Lieutenant-Governor's 
Office 


5,450 00 


5,450 00 




5,450 00 











LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($3,400.00) 

Col. Alexander Eraser Official Secretary 12 months 1,400 00 

Capt. Eric Haldenby Assistant Secretary 12 " 600 00 

Mary E, Fletcher 2nd Assistant Secretary 12 " 600 00 

Thos. Lymer Messenger 12 « 800 00 

Contingencies ($2,050.00) 

His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, allowance 2,050 00 

Total Expenditure, Lieutenant-Governor's Office $5,450.00 



PART B 



DEPARTMENl 



OF THE 



PRIME MINISTER 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Phime Minister's Office 6 

Civil Service Commissioner's Office 6 

King's Printer's Office 7 

Miscellaneous 7 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 7 

Statutory: 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act 8 

Bonuses to Rural Transmission Lines 15 

Special Warrants 15 



general index at back of book 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. G. H. Ferguson, Premier and President of the Council (statutory) 12,000 00 

PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($20,350.00) 

Horace Wallis Deputy Minister 12 months 4,800 00 

Geo. Grant Secretary 12 " 3,300 00 

Chas. Chase Confidential Messenger to Prime Minister. .12 " 1,850 00 

R. P. Ferguson Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 1,600 00 

E. MacLean. Senior Clerk Stenog^rapher 12 " 1,200 00 

N. Harrison " " " 12 " 1,200 00 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE 

C. F. Buhner Clerk of the Executive Council 12 

B. Wiley Senior Clerk Stenographer 7 

I. V. Leaman Clerk Stenographer 12 

H. A. Stewart Clerk 12 



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1,300 00 



Contingencies ($12,991.88) 

Temporary Services. — L. G. Dewsbury, clerk stenographer at 150.00 per mo., 
1,800.00; Frank Fogg, messenger boy at 12.00 per wk., 54.00; Buchan Hardie, 
office boy at 75.00 per mo., 799.99; C. C. Hele, general secretary at 4,000.00 per 
annum, 4,000.00; E. Houston, stenographer at 20.00 per wk., 1,040.00; Kathleen 
Murray, stenographer at 18.00 per wk., 492.00; Edgar Price, office bov at 12.00 
per wk , 126.00 ' 8,311 99 

Travelling Expenses.— L. G. Dewsbury, 104.00; Geo. Grant, 195.85; H. A. Stewart, 

6.75 306 60 

Miscellaneous. — Angus Mack Co., map, 9.85; Can. Facts Pub. Co. .copies of "Facts" 
15.00; Dom. Press Clipping Agency, clippings, 100.00; J. J. Gibbons, Ltd., photo 
prints, 273.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., keys, etc., 13.20; James & Sons, photos, 7.00; 
King's Printer, 2,107.80; \V. A. Lydiatt, book, 5.00; Remington Typewriter Co., 
typewriter, 135.59; Torontonian Society Blue Book, book, 15.00; United Type- 
writer Co., inspection, 99.50; A. E. V'enables, engrossing bibles, 7.00; sundries — 
car tickets, 105.00; newspapers and periodicals, 205.50; telegraph messages, 
1,274.85 4,373 2 9 

Sundry Investigations ($22,758.35) 

Alberta Coal Transportation : — Clarkson, Gordon & Dilworth 3,604.00; Geo. H. 

Kilmer, 4,040.40; J. Earl Lawson, 5,605.88; G. W. Oliver, 3,595.33 16,845 65 

Chicago Drainage Canal: — F. H. Keefer 5,617 30 

Broadcasting equipment : — P. M. Stewart 295 40 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($8,700.00) 

J. M. McCutcheon Commissioner 12 months 

F. V. Glenney Secretary 12 " 

Reita Woltz Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 



5,500 00 
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1,200 00 



Contingencies ($2,412.73) 

Temporary Services. — Colina M. Harper, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 
59.38; E. Beatrice Minto, junior clerk at 80.00 per mo., 603.07; Retha M. Shier, 
junior clerk at 83.33 per mo., 999.96; Evelyn M. Softley, junior clerk stenog- 
rapher at 68.75 per mo., 50.25 1,712 66 

Travelling Expenses. — J. M. McCutcheon 134 10 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 355.75; United Typewriter Co., inspection and 
typewriter rental, 200.57. Sundries: newspapers and periodicals, subscrip- 
tions, 9.65 565 97 

Carried forward 67,212 96 



1926-27 PRIA4E MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B^ 

Brought forward 67,212 96 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($16,541.68) 

C. W. James King's Printer 2 months 666 68 

R. B. Magill Assistant King's Printer 12 " 2,400 00 

T. W. Heron Principal Clerk 12 " 2,100 00 

T. E. Bowman Principal Clerk 12 " 2,100 00 

R. Thornton Senior Clerk 12 " 1,800 00 

A. Whelan Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

P. D. Shea " 12 " 1,200 00 

J.F.Cornell " 11^" 1,150 00 

H. Petley Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

Dorothy McWatters Junior Clerk Typist 12 " 825 00 

F. P. Dunn ClerK Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

Contingencies ($6,542.36) 

Temporary Services. — P. Chandler, junior clerk stenographer at 83.33 per mo., 
999.96; W. Hornshaw, junior clerk at 60.00 per mo., 600.00; J. N. Lean, clerk at 
91.30 per mo., 150.50; C. J. F. Price, clerk at 125.00 per mo., 1,500.00; F. Sprague, 

junior clerk at 70.00 per mo., 840.00 4,090 46 

Travelling Expenses.— C. W. James, 4.95; H. Wallis, 101.19 106 14 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine Co., maintenance service, 28.05; 
P. F. Grande, stock taking, 500.00; King's Printer, 1,215.49; Remington Type- 
writer Co., inspection, 11.00; Royal Typewriter Co., inspection, 17.00; Toronto 
Railway & Steamboat Guide, subscription, 7.50; United Typewriter Co., repairs, 
7.02. Sundries: Car tickets, 24.00; express, 518.49; freight, 2.75; newspapers 
and periodicals, 13.25; telegrams, 1.21 2,345 76 

Cartage of Departmental Stationery ($780.70) 
John Hill, cartage 780 70 

Cost of Official Gazette ($6,909.53) 

King's Printer 6,909 53 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Grant to Second Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress of Canada ($15,000.00) 

W. Brainard, Treasurer 15,000 00 

Grant to Canadian Red Cross Society ($7,500.00) 

Lieut.-Colonel N. G. L. Marshall, Treasurer 7,500 00 

Entertainment of Distinguished Visitors ($3,233.71) 

Coles, Ltd., catering re Prince of Wales, 927.80; Highlanders' Band, services, 166.00; 
King Edward Hotel Co., dinner British Editors, 792.80; King's printer, 14.91; 
Longstaffe, E., luncheon Premier of Quebec and Tax Convention, 225.75; 
Niagara Falls Park Commission, dinner Poultry Congress, 390.00; The York 
Club, luncheon for Lord Byng, ex-Governor-General, and Canadian Bar Associa- 
tion, 716.45 3,233 71 

Main Office and Branches $123,720.94 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Advances ($4,200,200.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 
Niagara Syste i : 

Developments: 

Miscellaneous Betterments, etc 50,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Completion Queen Station, etc 92,100 00 

Increased Capacity Transformer Stations 346,000 00 

Distributing Stations: 

Miscellaneous Extensions 110,000 00 

Transmission and Distribution Lines: 

Miscellaneous Betterments, etc 120,000 00 

Extension Rural Distribution System 600,000 00 

110.000 K.V.A. Eastern District 816,000 00 

Carried forward 2,257,820 94 



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Brought forward 2,257,820 94 

Georgian Bay System : 

Developments: 

Storage Muskoka System 14,000 00 

Miscellaneous 10,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Extensions and Betterments 9,500 00 

Transmission and Distribution Lines: 

Extensions and Betterments 20,000 00 

Rural Line Extensions 12,500 00 

St, Lawrence and Ottawa System: 

Developments 80,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Miscellaneous Extensions 400 00 

Transmission and Distribution Lines: 

Miscellaneous Betterments, etc 700 00 

Rural Distribution Extensions 29,000 00 

Rideau System: 

Developments: 

Miscellaneous Betterments 2,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

New Stations, etc 10,000 00 

Transmission and Distribution Lines: 

Miscellaneous Extensions 4,000 00 

Thunder Bay System : 

Developments: 

Miscellaneous Betterments Cameron Falls 33,000 00 

Power Development Alexander Landing 1,244,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Extension Port Arthur and Fort William 140,000 00 

Transmission Lines: 

Cameron Falls — Alexander Lines 4,000 00 

Tnird Circuit Port Arthur 95,000 00 

Central Ontario System : 

Developments: 

Crow River Storage 25,0 00 

Miscellaneous Betterments 50,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Additions and Betterments 30,000 00 

Transmission Lines: 

Miscellaneous Lines 135,000 00 

Rural Line Extensions 65,000 00 

Local System Electric Gas and Water 30,000 00 

Nipissing System : 

Developments: 

Additions and Betterments, etc 1,000 00 

Transformer Stations: 

Extensions, etc 1,000 00 

Transmission Line 13,000 00 

Local Systems 6,000 00 

Miscellaneous: 

Administration Buildings, etc 2,000 00 

Total Advances, Hydro-Electric Commission $4,200,200.00 

STATUTORY 
Prime Minister's Salary (see page 6) 12,000 00 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT 

(10-11 Geo. V, Cap. 4) 

Administration Expenses of the Board ($281.45) 

Members of Board Attending Meetings. — L. H. Irving, 3.40; F. H. Greenlaw, 

105.05; M. McVicar, 30.00; S. L. Squire, 15.00 153 45 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 127.70; telegraph messages, 0.30 128 00 

Carried forward 4,336,202 39 



1926-27 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B 9 

Brought forward 4,336,202 39 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds ($255,432.31) 

Allowances ($211,520.44) 
Prime Minister's Department: 

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

Legislation: 

Delamere, J. M Clerk Legislative Assembly 1,320 00 

Attorney-General's Department: 

Alcorn, G. O Assistant Master Osgoode Hall 2,000 00 

Ayearst, John A Chief Provincial Inspector 169 86 

Buchan, Mary G Clerk Osgoode Hall 600 00 

Campbell, George License Inspector 341 77 

Connolly, John " " 992 50 

Corey, T. Fred Manager, Dispensaries 1,500 00 

Dawson, Thos Sheriff, Frontenac 1,131 67 

Dickson, Frank V Court Reporter, Osgoode Hall 2,000 00 

Dowd, John R Constable, Provincial Police 675 00 

Enright, John C License Inspector 900 00 

Gausby, John D Assistant Registrar, Osgoode Hall 1,500 00 

Gordon, James W License Inspector 482 05 

Greer, Wm. D Inspector Provincial Police 1,208 22 

Hawley, George D Sheriff, Lennox and Addington 990 94 

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

Kelly, Jos. P Constable, Provincial Police 905 42 

King, Jno. W License Inspector 335 34 

Lee, Geo. M Registrar, Osgoode Hall 1,570 62 

*Lemieux, Joseph M License Inspector 25 21 

MacTavish, William Clerk Osgoode Hall 1,160 00 

Maclaurin, Eugene A. . . .Auditor, Criminal Justice 1,820 00 

Macqueen, Fred W Assistant Inspector, Division Courts 1,000 00 

Mains, Wm. H Constable, Provincial Police 1,218 32 

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

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

Mclntyre. D. M Chairman Ontario Railway Board 1,665 75 

*Moore, Agnes J Clerk, Osgoode Hall 121 03 

Mowat, Joseph F Financial Officer, License Commissioners 169 86 

Oliver, E. W Usher, Osgoode Hall 750 00 

Reynolds, Robert G Sheriff, Huron 450 07 

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

Ross, Walter License Inspector 750 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, Geo. T. 
Snider, Wm. K 
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Torrance, John A. 
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Inspector 1,150 00 



550 00 

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450 00 
750 00 

Vrooman , Dr. Adam E. . . Sheriff, Victoria 483 29 

Wheeler, J. McI Provincial Officer 212 49 

White, Joseph M License Inspector 750 00 

Whiting, T. .\. B Stenographer, Insurance 281 13 

Education Department: 

Beal, Arthur W Special Lecturer 456 25 

Boasi, John S Gardener, Normal School, Toronto 589 82 

Coleman, Daniel R Teacher, School for Deaf 854 67 

*Cooper, Wm. H Clerk, Library 366 64 

Dearness, John Principal, Normal .School, London 2,000 00 

Dennis, Eulalie Clerk 480 41 

Fayle, X'incent P Clerk, Library 660 00 

Fletcher, Mary -Supervisor, School for Deaf 321 80 

Fleury, J. M Master, Normal School, Ottawa 1,411 78 

Goggin, David J Historiographer 1,880 00 

Haycock, Laura Teacher, School for the Blind 617 02 

Houston, John A Inspector 2,000 00 

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Brought forward . 

Allowances — Continued 

JefFers, Win. W Clerk 

Lewis, Chas. F Fireman, School for the Blind 

*Maddock, Chas Janitor, Normal School, Toronto 

Mannell, Thos " " " " 

May, Samuel Clerk 

McCreight, Jas Engineer, Normal School, North Bay 

Murphy, Edward P Watchman, Normal School, Ottawa 

Pearse, J. W Bursar, School for the Deaf 

Stevenson, Andrew Master, Normal School, London 

Stewart, M. E Matron, School for the Blind 

Thompson, Joseph Clerk, Education Department 

W'etherell, Jas. E Editor of Text Books 

Willoughby, Elizabeth A. Matron, School for the Deaf 

Lands and Forests: 

Axford, Wni. T Clerk, Colonization Roads 

Bartlett, G. W' Superintendent, Algonquin Park 

Bengough, M Clerk, Typist Lands Branch 

Brown, James B Crown Lands Agent 

Carrell, William Clerk, Patents Branch 

Benn, A. F Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Chambers, Bessie L. N. . . Clerk, Solicitors' Branch 

Christie, Wm. P Crown Timber Agent 

Dontigny, E Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Godda, George " " 

Hodgson, Robt. H Clerk 

Johnston, H. E Clerk, Military Grants 

Jones, C. S " Patents Branch 

Lewis, W^ F " Surveys Branch 

McDonald, H Crown Timber Agent 

Murphy, J.J Clerk 

Niven, F.J Secretary to Minister 

Ranger, A Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Sawyer, Jas. N " " 

Tapping, Thos Crown Lands Agent 

Trivett, Walter F Principal Clerk 

Waters, Stephen Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Watson, Thomas P Homestead Inspector 

Wattie, Thomas D Ranger, Algonquin Park 

Mines Department: 

Fisher, Richard D Clerk 

Morgan, James W Mining Recorder , 

Game and Fisheries Department: 

Burt, Dr. Wm Warden 

Hunter, A. J Inspector 

Johnson, H Overseer 

McGuire, John " , 

Robinson, John T W^arden 

*Watson, Henry " 



.4,395,914 88 



Public Works Department: 

Bowman, Wm. D Constable, Queen Victoria Park. . 

CuflF, A. B Messenger 

Davies, Mary A Charwoman 

Doran, M « 

Fairbairn, R. P Deputy Minister 

Imrie, Robt Gardener 

*Lucas, E. R Watchman 

MacKenzie, Mary Charwoman 

McCutcheon, Thomas. . .Asst. Housekeeper, Osgoode Hall. 
*McGovern, M Charwoman 

McNaughton, H. F Secretary 

Newman, C Constable, Queen Victoria Park. . 

Newton, M Charwoman 

Nolan, M. I Clerk-Stenographer 



1,140 00 


592 


00 


290 


96 


504 


00 


583 


40 


525 


00 


716 


67 


993 


00 


300 


82 


349 


12 


500 


00 


2,000 


00 


236 


95 


322 


47 


900 


00 


729 


35 


418 


24 


658 


82 


138 


63 


80 


07 


1,020 


00 


550 


00 


550 


00 


725 


00 


950 


00 


1,290 


00 


828 


33 


750 


00 


1,380 00 


1,680 


82 


550 


00 


550 


00 


360 00 


1,003 


78 


660 


00 


619 


40 


156 


77 


183 


84 


346 


00 


500 


00 


532 


00 


200 


00 


360 


00 


600 


00 


360 


00 


480 


00 


343 


80 


119 


26 


135 


39 


2,000 


00 


563 


95 


5 


80 


163 


92 


700 


00 


84 


49 


916 


16 


540 


00 


344 45 


533 


94 



Carried forward 4,431,531 48 



^Deceased. 



1926-7 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B 11 

Brought forward 4,431,531 48 

Allowances — Continued 



O'Donnell, M Accountant 

*Pearson, VVm Constable, Queen Victoria Park. 

Reid, M.J Charwoman 

Shrimpton, George Caretaker, Queen Victoria Park. 

Skill, Emma Charwoman 

Williams, Christopher.. . .Caretaker, Queen Victoria Park. 

Highways Department: 

Armstrong, Harry W. D . Draughtsman 

McLean, VVm. A Deputy Minister 



925 


00 


147 


29 


330 


00 


558 


00 


139 


80 


630 


00 


950 


00 


,000 00 



Health Department: 

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

Wanless, Geo. J Clerk 620 47 

Labour Department: 

Carlyle, M Factory Inspectress 

Reddick, Mrs. Annie B . . " " 

Tutt, Henry J Factory Inspector 



Provincial Treasury Department: 

Beck, Joseph Postmaster . 

Clarke, Wm. H Clerk, King's Printer 

Clarke, Joseph M Tax Inspector 

Gorman, John Clerk 

Sproule, C. H Assistant Treasurer 

Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Aikens, J Nurse, Hospital, Hamilton 

Algie, Dr. Jas Physician, Mercer Reformatory 

Anthony, James Carpenter, Hospital, Toronto 

Barry, J.J Gardener, " Toronto 

*Beard, Mary Laundress, " Brockville 

*Belcher, A. E Clerk, Registrar-General's Branch 

Black, Samuel Attendant, Hospital, Toronto 

Brewster, Jas Gardener, " Cobourg 

Clancy, Mary Laundress, " Toronto 

Clark, Christopher Supervisor, " Toronto 

Clark, Nicholas J Clerk, Bureau of Municipal Affairs 

Colclough, Jas Bursar, Hospital, Toronto 

Collins, Mary Seamstress, " Brockville 

Crawford, Joseph P Attendant, " Penetanguishene 

Crews, E Maid, " London 

Cronkite, Stephen Gaoler, Gore Bay 

Daly, John Mason, Hospital, Toronto 

Derry, Hugh Mason, " Kingston 

Duval, Amos Gardener, " London 

Elliott, Mary Ann Laundress, " Toronto 

Elliott, Nicholas Farmer, " Hamilton 

Edgar, Wm. T Painter, " Kingston 

Evans, T Attendant, " Kingston 

Ferguson, Robt Supervisor, " Brockville 

Ferguson, Wm Attendant, " Brockville 

Flynn, Marie Ellen Attendant, " London 

Gale, John Farmer, " London 

Gillespie, J Mason, " Kingston 

Harvie, Alex Mason, " Orillia 

Halbaus, Julius A Attendant, " Hamilton 

Henderson, Anson G Clerk, Bureau of Municipal Affairs 

Hodgins, Chas. C Bursar, Hospital, Kingston 

Hone, W. J Attendant, " Orillia 

Howatt, Alexander Supervisor, " Whitby 

Jenkinson, E , . . . Clerk 

Jones, C. G Supervisor, Industrial Farm, Fort William. 

Jones, Frank Clerk, Registrar-General's Branch 

Kelly, J Engineer, Mercer Reformatory 

Kilpatrick, Hugh Baker, Hospital, Orillia 

Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth. . . Maid, " Cobourg 



557 


41 


653 


89 


1,000 


00 


1,050 


00 


883 


33 


365 


17 


850 


00 


2,000 


00 


518 


00 


429 


92 


720 


00 


520 


00 


290 


61 


49 


86 


720 


00 


462 


50 


171 


86 


720 


00 


1,140 


00 


255 


05 


510 


00 


84 


41 


184 


88 


458 00 


591 


67 


410 


41 


202 


19 


510 


00 


660 


82 


150 


94 


417 


60 


267 


42 


841 


56 


660 00 


600 


00 


568 


60 


563 


84 


211 


73 


658 


00 


157 


53 


550 


00 


626 


99 


1,020 00 


357 


16 


600 


00 


752 


80 


457 


32 


225 


75 



Carried forward 4,466,389 26 

"Deceased. 



B 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 4,466,389 26 

Allowances — Continued 

♦Kilgour, Peter Baker, Hospital, Brockville 715 00 

Laing, John R Fireman, Mercer Reformatory 534 15 

•Larner, Edward W Attendant, Hospital, Penetanguishene 20 47 

Loft, Frederick O Clerk, " Toronto 720 00 

•Maclean, A Tailor, " Orillia 192 88 

Marshall, A Fireman, " Hamilton 530 97 

McAllister, J Nurse, " Orillia 555 00 

McCammon, Robert Baker, " Toronto 780 00 

McArthur, F Nurse, " Orillia 555 00 

McDonouch, J Baker, " Cobouig 593 17 

McDonnell, Joseph O Fireman, " Toronto 515 28 

McGaw, A Nurse, " Cobourg 206 00 

McGwan, A Gardener, " Cobourg 550 00 

Mclver, Archibald Laundryman, " Toronto 720 00 

McKay, P. T Superintendent, Ontario Reformatory 748 05 

McLachlan, J. B Clerk 1,050 00 

McMahon, C Cook, Hospital, Orillia 348 00 

McNeil, Sarah Matron, " Woodstock 650 00 

McPhail, L. L Caretaker, Court House, Kenora 374 79 

McReynolds, Thos. G. . .Supervisor, Hospital, Orillia 720 00 

Milroy, Mary Seamstress, " Brockville 160 18 

Mulrenin, M Supervisor, " Cobourg 241 93 

♦Newton, C. E. C Storekeeper, " Penetang. 314 90 

Noble, J. E Stationary Engineer, Hospital, Kingston 695 16 

O'Loughlin, M Tailoress, Hospital, London 352 00 

O'SuUivan, Mrs. Emma. .Superintendent, Mercer Reformatory 529 55 

Patterson, Thos Farmer, Hospital, Mimico 596 05 

Peaker, S Housemaid, " Toronto 360 00 

Penfold. M. A Matron, Port Arthur Gaol 180 00 

Pile, J. A Guard, Brick and Tile Plant, Mimico 780 00 

Purchase, Richard S Gardener, Hospital, Woodstock 313 47 

Rankin, Annie C Housekeeper, Mercer Reformatory 120 99 

Reid, J. B Guard, Central Prison 748 80 

Reid, N Carpenter, Hospital, Hamilton 633 50 

Roberts, Samuel A Painter, " London 600 00 

Robertson, H Matron, " Hamilton 402 51 

Rodger, D Clerk, " London 763 80 

Ross, J. H Engineer, " Brockville 65100 

Ruttan, Jacob W Attendant, " Mimico 749 59 

Ryan, S Nurse, " Cobourg 246 65 

Scott, Wm Laundryman, Hospital, Hamilton 720 00 

See, George Turnkey, Sault Ste. Marie Gaol 450 00 

Sharpe, James W Auditor, Bureau of Municipal Affairs 1,300 00 

Sissons, Andrew H Attendant, Hospital, Orillia 527 67 

Smith, E Cook, Hospital, Brockville 298 49 

Smyth, M.J Super\-isor, Hospital, London 360 00 

Stewart, G Turnkey, Parry Sound Gaol 456 25 

Strickland, \\\ P Gardener, Hospital, Toronto 705 60 

Tallman, W. H Bursar, " Penetanguishene 1,050 00 

Van Vlack, S. C Tailoress, " Orillia. 257 55 

Watchorn, Johannah .... Cook, " Brockville 1 15 30 

Way, B Bursar, " Hamilton 1,31160 

Wells, Dr. Josephine Dentist Public Institutions 68 18 

*Wheeler, R Stoker, Mercer Reformatory 401 84 

Winch, S. E Matron, Hospital, Kingston 231 32 

Agriculture Department: 

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

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

Evans, Jno Professor O. A. College 1,102 58 

Fox, A. M Clerk-Stenographer. Fruit Branch 399 40 

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

McGillicuddy, Thos Clerk, Statistical Branch 1,140 00 

Shields, John Labourer, V'ineland 475 00 

Sutton, Thomas Caretaker, O. A. College 525 00 

Carried forward 4,502,183 8S 

•Deceased, 



1926-27 



PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 



B 13 



Brought forward . ., ,4,502,183 88 



Allowances — Continued 



Taylor, Edward L Labourer, O. A. College. 

Zavitz, Chas. A Professor O. A. College. 



Allowances to Beneficiaries 

Anderson, L re 

Argue, E 

Armstrong, C 

Armstrong, Eloise 

Arnold, E 

Bailey, M. E 

Barron, Mary A 

Belcher, Sarah A 

Best, H 

Boyd, Clara M 

Bradshaw, M. A 

Bradt, Isabell 

Brennan, A 

Campbell, Caroline E. . . . 

Cashman, R. M 

Casson, Sophia M 

Caston, Sarah \V 

Clancy, E 

Cochrane, Margaret 

Cowan, E. E 

Crawford, J. A 

Crawford, Matilda J 

Crosby, E. B 

Cross, J 

Crozier, H 

Cunningham, M 

Curry, M 

Dailey, Mary Jane 

Dailey, Mary N 

Davidson, E 

Dawson, Margaret 

Dea, Sarah A 

Dill, L. A 

Downey, Ellen J 

Edwards, Agnes M 

Faulds, M. VV 

Fisher, Margaret A 

Fitzsimm.ons, M. A 

Fleming, E. C. . 

Flynn, N 

Forster, T. W 

Glackmeyer, Annie 

Grange, E. K. M 

Green, K. M 

Greenwood, Johanna. . . . 

Guillet, Fanny 

Hagar, Emma R 

Harrington, T 

Heigh way, M. E 

Henderson, A. H 

Henderson, P. L 

Hungerford, Amelia 

Hunt, E. A 

Jackson, A 

Jackson, Sarah 

Jacques, I 

Jam.es, Ellen 

Kennedy, E 

Lackner, H. A 

Lane, F. L 

Earner, Mabel J 

Lee, Mary L 

Lemieux, Clemina 



Late 



J. E. Anderson, Ontario Veterinary College. . . . 

Jno. Argue, Agriculture 

S. Armstrong, Sheriff 

G. E. Armstrong, Board of Censors 

H. Arnold, Fruit Inspector 

W. J. Bailey, Gaoler, North Bay 

Hy. Barron, Provincial Secretary 

A. E. Belcher, Registrar-General's 

W. H. Best, Osgoode Hall 

D. G. Boyd, Lands and Forests 

J. H. Bradshaw, Colonization Roads 

Wm. Bradt, Public Works 

Chas. Brennan, Public Works 

Geo. Campbell, Public Works 

D. Cashman, Agriculture 

Wm. Casson, Normal School, Stratford 

Wm. Caston, Mercer Reformatory 

J. Clancy, Provincial Auditor 

Wm. Cochrane, Hospital. Orillia 

J. Cowan, Normal School, Toronto 

W. Crawford, Fire Inspector 

Wm. G. Crawford, Public Works 

S. J. Crosby, License Comrrissioner 

Robert Cross, Foreman, Public Works 

J. A. G. Crozier, Lands and Forests 

C. E. Cunningham, Hospital, London 

A. Curn,', Library 

W. P. Dailey, Hospital, Brockville 

W. D. Dailey, Hospital, Han ilton 

W. D. Davidson, Osgoode Hall 

Jos. Dawson, Hospitil. Orillia 

Geo Dei, Hospital, Mimico 

J. W. Dill, Assistant Postmaster 

Jos. P. Downey, Hospital, Orillia 

J. T. Edwards, Game and Fisheries 

E. A. Faulds, Education Department 

Wellington Fisher, License Inspector 

W. A. Fitzsimmons, Hospital, Brockville 

John Flen^ing, Warden, Game and Fish Dept . . 

Robert J. Flynn, Hospital, London 

Jos. F. Forster, Hospital, Whitby 

F. J. Glackmeyer, Sergeant-at-Arm.s 

Dr. E. A. Grange, Ont. \'et. College 

L. A. Green, Education Department 

T. D. Greenwood, Constable, Provincial Police. 

Geo. Guillet, Highways 

Albert Hagar, Sheriff 

D. Harrington, Public Works 

R. B. Heiihway, Hospital, London 

H. Henderson, Hospital, Mimico 

C. H. Henderson, Lands and Forests. 

R. Hungerford, Labour Departm.ent 

W. Hunt, 0. A. College 

J. W. Jackson, Public Trustee 

Hy. Jackson, Hospital, London 

M. M. Jacques, Treasury Dept 

Clarkson, James, King's Printer 

W. Kennedy, Public Works 

H. G. Lackner, Sheriff 

E. G. Lane, Hospital, Woodstock 

E. W. Earner, Hospital, Penetanguishene 

F. G. Lee, Public Works. . 

Jos. Lemieux, License Inspector 



480 00 
673 97 

152 42 
402 99 
466 02 
491 44 
148 35 
189 15 

362 50 
325 07 
354 32 

363 43 
420 00 
250 47 
184 82 
136 95 
526 78 
300 00 
145 70 

1,000 00 
738 75 
138 33 
218 61 
325 00 
480 93 
236 88 
685 00 
93 61 
275 00 
675 00 

240 44 
329 08 
162 22 
337 91 
412 50 
887 51 
256 12 
727 50 
400 00 
118 59 

241 26 

349 85 
170 63 
762 CO 
750 00 
540 27 
263 84 
325 00 
540 00 
269 99 
450 00 
161 19 
621 66 
167 57 
286 15 
210 00 
319 50 
278 03 
718 55 

350 00 
575 26 

99 57 

242 58 
675 00 
487 40 



Carried forward 4,527,152 54 



B 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Lenioine, Celina re 

Lovelock, M. S 

Lucas, E 

Lucas, Maria F 

MacKenzie, Mabel 

May, Margaret Josephine 

McArthur, M. E 

McCleary, Ellen J 

McCrinimon, E 

McDonald, Mary 

McGee, Eliza J 

McGhie, M 

McKay, Margaret E. . . . 

MacMartin, J 

MacNaughton, Janet H.. 

MacPherson, Eugenia.. . . 

Maguire, A. A 

Margach, C 

Marsailles, Edna 

Martin, Lillian A. ..... . 

Moorehead, Mary 

Morrison, Eleanor 

Niles, Janet 

Nurse, A. R 

O'Brien, C. C. 

O'Brien, Letitia 

Palframan, E 

Pearson, Lellias 

Penfold, Margaret 

*Poole, R.... 

Rattray, Emily 

Reid, L. t 

Roberts, L H 

Roche, Lena 

Rowland, A. M 

Rushford, Helen. 

Shaw, Annie W 

Smith, M 

Spellman, A 

Squirrell, M 

Strange, C 

*Templeton, J. C 

Todd, M. B 

Toner, ]\L E 

Turner, A. A 

Vale, E. A 

Varin, C 

Vickers, Margaret 

Waugh, N. M 

White, H. G 

Wilkes, Elizabeth 

Wyllie, Lizzie 

Young, F. C 

Young, Mary 



Brought forward . ..,..,.. .4,527,152 54 

Allowances — Continued 

Late Wm. Lemoine, Mines Dept 320 93 

" H. Lovelock, Assistant King's Printer 575 00 

" G. Lucas, License Inspector 325 00 

" E. R. Lucas, Public Works 349 94 

" D. R. MacKenzie, Treasury Dept 814 24 

" Annie K. May, O. A. College 40 08 

" Robt. E. McArthur, Hospital, Brockville 284 86 

" W. J. McCleary, Normal School, Toronto 297 08 

" D. McCrimmon, Hospital, Brockville 299 03 

" Angus, McDonald, License Inspector 300 00 

" Wm. McGee, Mercer Reformatory 176 06 

" W. C. McGhie, Labour 268 71 

" Jno. T. McKay, Police Magistrate 369 86 

" D. G. MacMartin, Sheriff." 450 00 

" Peter MacNaughton, Hospital, Brockville 1,000 00 

" F. T. MacPherson, Normal School, Hamilton. . 829 07 

" W. A. Maguire, Hospital, Toronto 245 12 

" W. Margach, Lands and Forests 480 00 

" Wm. Marsailles, Attorney-General's 318 41 

" Harry Martin, Hospital, Brockville 182 34 

" J. G. Moorehead, Hospital, Brockville 210 75 

" M. B. Morrison, Sheriff 586 61 

" T. Niles, Hospital, Cobourg 300 00 

" Wm. Nurse, Education 360 00 

" J. D. O'Brien, Mines Department 322 50 

" Jas. O'Brien, License Inspector 375 00 

" Wm. Palframan, O. A. College 180 00 

" Wm. Pearson, Queen Victoria Park 166 36 

" Thos. Penfold, Gaoler, Port Arthur 405 00 

" W. A. Poole, Normal School, Toronto 67 12 

" A. J. Rattray, Audit Office 83166 

" Dr. J. H. Reid, O. A. College 528 34 

" D. R. Roberts, Audit Office 377 87 

" F. J. Roche, Osgoode Hall 166 26 

" T. S. Rowland, Succession Dutv Branch 481 64 

" B. Rushford, Lands and Forests 248 85 

" J. M. Shaw, Provincial Secretary's 330 46 

" Jas. Smith, Sheriff 742 42 

" T. Spellman, Public Works 158 21 

" J. A. Squirrell, O. A. College 196 20 

" C. O. Strange, Attorney-General's 732 75 

" A. Templeton, Normal School, London 57 53 

" J. Todd, Hospital, Brockville 134 44 

" George Toner, Game and Fisheries 300 00 

" C. Turner, Hospital, Penetang 177 25 

" W. J. \'ale, Insurance Branch 734 95 

" H. C. Varin, Sheriff. 459 32 

" R. W. \'ickers, Provincial Secretary's 172 03 

" John Waugh, Education Department 816 01 

" J. F. White, Normal School, Ottawa 1,000 00 

" H. J. Wilkes, Hospital, London 131 52 

" John Wyllie, " Orillia 169 76 

" E. H. Young, " London 357 33 

" Jas. D. Young, Hospital, Toronto 366 42 



Lump Sum Payments ($2,058.67) 

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

Esterbrooke, Sarah Seamstress, Hospital, Woodstock 

Macdonell, H. A Director of Colonization, Agriculture 

Patton, Pauline Clerk Stenographer, Public Institutions Branch. 



303 47 

1,078 11 

677 09 



Carried forward. ...,...,. .4,549,781 50 



* Deceased. 



1926-27 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B 15 

Brought forward 4,549,781 50 

Lump Sum Payments ($2,749.07) 
(10-11 Geo. V. Chap. 4, Sec. 8) 

Estate of 

Brown, John T Clerk, Crown Attorney's Office 434 82 

Constable, T. H Inspector, O.T.A 123 83 

Fallows, Sydney M Clerk, Employment Bureau 447 63 

Findlay, Jas. A Inspector, Labour Department 702 50 

Roberts, Marian Nurse, Hospital, Orillia 202 44 

Smith, Wm. J Superintendent, Employment Bureau 594 92 

Stone, Margaret A Charwoman, Parliament Buildings 242 93 

Refunds of Contributions by Employees Retiring from the 
Service ($39,104.13j 

(10-11 Geo. V, Chap 4, Sec. 9) 

Sundry persons 39,104 13 

Bonuses towards the Cost of Primary and Secondary 
Transmission Lines ($1,100,000.00) 

17 Geo. V. Chap. 19, Sec. 3) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 1,100,000 00 

Statutory $1,367,713.76 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

General Advertising ($3,178.77) 
London England Times, 2,922.75; Montreal Herald, 256.02 3,178 77 

Advertising Tourist Attractions ($104,501.31) 

Advertising. — Automobile Road Guide, 155.00; Bureau of Can. Resources, 200.00; 
Canadian Motor Boat, 146.10; Canadian Traveller, 317.16; Can. Railroader, 
Ltd., 200.00; Detroit Automobile Club, 280.00; W. B. Ferguson, 100.00; Fisher 
Pub. Co., 164.00; Fullerton Pub. Co., 100.00; General Advertising Service, 40.00; 
J. J. Gibbons, Ltd., 29,014.92; Gossip, 225.00; Grip, Ltd., 40.00; Guide Pub. 
Co., 150.00; H. C. iMacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 280.00; Official Guide, Inc., 
200.00; Offset Print & Litho, Ltd., 750.00; The Open Trail, 18.82; Noble Scott, 
Ltd., 76.25; F. K. Smiley, advertising summer guide, 75.00; \V. J. Taylor, Ltd., 
320.00; Tourist Sporting Goods, 28.00; Trevelyan Mfg. Co., 52.00 32,932 25 

Miscellaneous. — H. Trimayne, services as clerk, 108.00; L. R. Arnett, services re 
Peace Bridge, 100.00; G. Broughton, carpenter work, 18.45; A. \V. Corlis, photo 
prints, 10.00; Dom. Battery Co., broadcasting, 87.09; R. E. Durkin, electric 
wiring, 16.80; Film and Slide Co., projector, 400.00; Leon Eraser, accountable, 
200.00, travelling expenses, 663.41; King Edward Hotel, luncheon, Cleveland 
delegates, 1,685.20; R. A. Lewis, services as Ont. Rep. at Int. Bureau at Peace 
Bridge, 500.00; A. Macpherson, services, pipe band, 12.00; A. F. Penton 
& Co., sporting goods, 317.52; Proctor & Proctor, postage on booklets, 1,650.00; 
Southam Press, tags, 8.32; Toronto Convention & Tourist Association, 1,500.00; 
Toronto Transportation Commission, 100.00; United Press, Ltd., re booklet, 
Ontario Tourists, 63,942.62; L. H. Wallace, photo enlargement, 27.00; Sundries: 
Express, 220.84; petty disbursements, 1.81 71,569 06 

Payment of Accounts in Connection with the Presentation of the 
case of the Province against the Montreal, Ottawa and 
Georgian Bay Ship Canal Bill ($3,800.00) 

Andrew T. Thompson, professional services and disbursements 3,800 00 

Expenses in Connection with the Ofl&ces of the Tourist Associa- 
tion of Ontario in Cleveland and Pittsburg ($2,000.00; 

Tourist Association of Ontario, grant 2,000 00 

Grant to Canadian Red Cross Society (Ontario Division) 
($5,000.00) 

Can. Red Cross Society, Ontario Division, grant 5,000 00 

Carried forward 5,810,114 78 



B 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 5,810,114 78 

Expenses of Hydrographical Surveys of Water Power Sites on 
Mississauga, French and Montreal Rivers ($20,000.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, advance 20,000 00 

Expenses in Connection with the Diamond Jubilee Celebration 

($1,039.96) 

Can. National Telegraph, 3.85; Dominion Battery Co., broadcasting, 43.17; 
King's Printer, 69.95; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 234.37; Rice Lewis 
& Son, Ltd., cable, etc., 7.82; Miller & Sons, decorating monument of Sir John 
A. Macdonald, 25.00; G. H. Parkes, expenses re choir, 15.80; Simmons & Sons, 
Ltd., wreaths, 30.00; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., cocoa matting, 100.00; Capt. 
J. Slatter. 48th Highlanders Band, 150.00; C. Smith, services re choir, 25.00; 
Stewart Printing Service, electro, 30.00; J. A. Thatcher, amplification of service, 
.125.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, advertising, 42.00; Toronto Mail Printing 
Co., advertising, 28.00; Toronto Globe, advertising, 42.00; Toronto Star Weekly, 
advertising, 56.00; United Typewriter Co., typing data, 12.00 1,039 96 

Special Warrants $139,520 04 

Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister 5,831,154 74 



PART C 



LEGISLATION 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Lbgislation; page 

Salaries 3 

Clerks of Committees 3 

Sessional Writers 3 

Stationery, printing and binding 4 

Contingencies 4 

Indemnity to Members 4 

Law Clerk's Office (Attorney-General) 5 

Library (Minister of Education) ... S 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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1926-7 



LEGISLATION 



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LEGISLATION 



Salaries ($10,256.38) 



Hon. W. D. Black Speaker 

A. C. Lewis Clerk of the House 

Geo. H. Ogilvie Sergeant-at-Arms 

Robt. Brown Clerk 

F. S. Cleverley Secretary to Mr. Speaker. 



Clerks of Committees ($1,135.00) 

R. A. Kent Chief Clerk of Committees 

R. T. Regan Clerk of Public Accounts Committee. 

^. _ _ _ .. _ . . 

W. 

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McLeod. 

E.Elliott " 

Baker " 

D.Oliver « 

A. Sabeston " 



Game & Fisheries 
Agricultural " 

Printing " 

Privileges and Elections " 
Legal Bills " 



Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($32,578.00) 

Sessional Writers.— Nelson Parliament (special), 1,000.00; Fraser Raney (special), 
1,000.00; W. H. McLeod (special), 574.99; K. V. Stratton (special), 516.66; 
M. Bailev, 165.00; V. Balderson, 165.00; E. C. Berwick, 165.00; I. Bragg, 
165.00; D. Bromlev, 165.00; V. Brown, 165.00; V. Byrne. 165.00; R.Campbell, 
165.00; S. Cavenagh, 165.00; C. Craig, 69.00; E. Cranfield, 309.00; B. Crowe, 
165.00; Geo. Creighton, 275.01; M. J. Coatsworth, 165.00; E. Deacon, 165.00; 
M. Devlin, 165.00; X. Dunnigan, 165.00; V. K. Duvell, 150,00; Roy Dies, 
429.17; V. Earle, 177.00; F. Foreman, 183.00; M. Geddes, 165.00; K. Gray, 
165.00; L. Griffith, 165.00; E. G. Griffin, 201.67; M. Hamblv. 165.00; H. 
Hamilton, 114.00; A. Harrison, 165.00; M. Harris, 231.00; B. Hogle, 165.00; 
E. A. Humphrev, 165.00; W. Hvde, 165.00; C. Hanlon, 168.00; M. James, 
177.00; E. Kirk, 165.00; E. Laister, 222.00; C. Leitch, 165.00; D. MacKie, 
165.00; M. Manion, 165.00; M. McAvov, 165.00; J. McCormick. 165.00; A. E. 
McDonnell, 165.00; P. McKessock, 153.00; E. McGill, 165.00; A. Morrison, 
165.00; L. Morrison, 165.00; R. Mouck, 165.00; A. P. Murrav, 165.00; K. A. 
Murrav, 165.00; M. Murphv, 126.00; L. Nichols, 165.00; E. Nevens, 156.00; 
S. R. Payne, 280.00; M. M. Phillips, 165.00; F. Pritchard, 165.00; E. M. 
Ramsey, 165.00; M. A. Ramsev, 165.00; P. Rotstein, 165.00; A. L. Shepard, 
165.00; G. Snyder, 165.00; M. Sturmev, 177.00; T. Sullivan, 165.00; Adell 
Thompson, 252.00; Annie Thompson, 222.00; F. Tuton, 156.00; M.Valentine, 
165.00; M. Wager, 165.00; E. M. Wallace, 165.00; ^L Walters, 165.00; A. G. 
Watson, 180.00; D. K. Weir, 318.00; M. Wickens, 165.00; M. Young, 165.00. . 

Messengers.— F. T. Allen, 165.00; Robert Armstrong, 138.00; R. G. Armstrong, 
165.00; A. Applebv, 153.00; Wm. Baillie, 102.00; W. O. Bell, 165.00; J. Ben- 
nett, 165.00; E. Bickell, 165.00; R. Black, 165.00; W. Bonter, 150.00; A. 
Brown, 165.00; S. Bruce, 165.00; W. J. Burnett, 165.00; G. Carpenter, 165.00 
W, Chapman, 165.00; C. Coggins, 177.00; G. Connell, 165.00; A. W. Cook, 123.00 
W. H. Cooper, 165.00; F. J. Coles, 150.00; W. H. Crighton, 132.00; J. Coulter 
165.00; D. E. Christie, 165.00; G. Currell, 150.00; J. H. Cutler, 165.00; B 
Drennan, 165.00; J. Foster, 165.00; D. Francis, 165.00; W. Gibson, 165.00 
W. Gumbell, 39.00; W. Hanna, 165.00; R. Harcourt, 165.00; R. S. D. Hartrick 
165.00; G. Harrison, 165.00; W. Irwin, 165.00; A. Jarv, 165.00; T. Jenner 
165.00; P. Jennings, 165.00; W. Johnston, 165.00; W. N. Johnston, 156.00 
C. Jones, 165.00; T. Kane, 180.00; W. J. Kane, 165.00; J. Kelly, 165.00; J 
Kerr, 165.00; W. Kiel, 165.00; L. King, 177.00; D. Kinsman, 165.00; S. P 
Kippen, 165.00; J. J. Lea. 165.00; F. Lloyd, 165.00; J. Mann, 180.00; W. J 
Moffatt, 165.00; H. K. Mewhinnev, 165.00; R. H. Mewhinney, 150.00; A. E 
Moore, 126.00; J. Moore, 165.00; G. H. McCausland, 165.00; E. T. McClocklin 
165.00; W. W. McCuUough, 129.00; C. McGuiness, 165.00; J. P. McLean, 
165.00; E. Ovens, 165.00; J. W. Park, 165.00; D. J. Rankin, 165.00; J. Richard- 
son, 165.00; L. P. Robinson, 36.00; N. J. Rogers, 165.00; A. Rolfe, 
165.00; T. Ruddv, 165.00; J. C. Rvan, 165.00; H. F. Rvkert, 165.00; G. 
Sergeant, 165.00; 'F. S. Sewell, 165.00; W. A. Skinner, 138.00; N. Sweetman, 
246.00; A. St. Aubin, 141.00; J. Sharp, 132.00; A. Thomas, 165.00; W. E. 
Tookev, 165.00; R. Urquhart, 117.00; E. J. Ward, 165.00; P. Welch, 165.00; 
C. White, 54.00; T. J. H. Whitehouse, 165.00; S. Wilson, 165.00; J. Widger\-, 
186.00 



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Carried forward 41,150 88 



C 4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 41,150 88 

Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. — Continued 

Pages.— E. Bentley, 135.00; N. Butld. 135.00; J. Champagne, 140.00: W. Farmer, 
135.00; W. Hallamore, 135.00; S. Harvev, 135.00; J. Hazlett, 135.00; H. Kent, 
135.00; D. Koznets, 135.00; VV. Luttrell. 135.00; R. McDowell. 135.00; A. 
Shields, 135.00; G. Tolley, 135.00; A. Williamson, 135.00; W. Wilson, 122.50; 
A. Zeldin, 135.00 2,152 50 

Charwomen.— B. Gordon. 116.00; E. Hall, 120.00; E. Havlin, 164.00; V. A. 

Jackson, 124.00; M. Wilson, 142.00 666 00 

Indemnity to Members, including Mileage ($230,332.40) 

Accountant of House, Indemnity to Members, 227,000.00; mileage, 3,332.40 230,332 40 

Stationery, Including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distributing 
Statutes, Printing and Binding ($38,282.81) 

Advertising. — Freemason, 18.00; Hamilton Herald, 25.20; London Free Press, 
18.00; MacLean Publishing Co., 25.00; Mail & Empire, 86.40; Port Hope 
Dailv Times, 4.00; Toronto Daily Star, 91.20; Toronto Globe, 108.00; Toronto 
Telegram, 105.60 481 40 

Miscellaneous. — John Hill, cartage, 18.95; S. Kring, cartage, 1.25; King's Printer, 
stationery, 5,724.95; paper, 4,251.41 ; printing and binding, 27,521.10. Sundries: 
Express charges, 283.75 37,801 41 

Contingencies, Including Stationery and Equipment for 
Reporters ($9,446.10) 

Advertising. — Belleville Intelligencer, 7.50; Border Cities Star, 18.75; Brockville 
Recorder & Times, 9.00; Chatham Planet & News, 25.50; Cochrane Northland 
Post, 8.80; Fort William Times Journal, 7.50; Gait Reporter, 7.50; Guelph 
Mercur>-, 10.00; Kingston Standard, 18.75; London Free Press, 45.00; North 
Bay Nugget, 12.50; Ottawa Journal Dailies, 25.00; Peterborough Examiner, 
7.50; Port Hope Times, 5.00; Port Arthur News Chronicle, 7.50; St. Catharines 
Standard, 13.75; St. Thomas Times Journal, 12.50; Sault Ste. Marie News, 11.00; 
•Sarnia Can. Observer, 10.64; Stratford Beacon Herald, 7.50; Sudbury Star, 
11.00; Toronto Mail & Empire, 62.40; Toronto Telegram, 67.50; Woodstock 
Sentinel Review, 12.50 424 59 

Temporary Services. — E. Cranfield, stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 390.00; R. Dies, 
clerk, at 108.33 per mo., 541.70; Wil'iam Harvey, clerk, at 125.00 per mo., 
1.500.00 2,431 70 

Extra Services.— C. F. Buhner, 1,000.00; H. Petley, 200.00 1,200 00 

Miscellaneous. — Associated Cleaners & Dyers, Ltd., cleaning gloves, 5.45; Can. 
Annual Review, copies 1926-27, 896.00; Can. Facts Publishing Co., copies of 
Facts, 28.00; Canada Law Book Co., copies A. B.C. Co. Corporation, 262.00; 
Can. Parliamentary Guide, copies of Guide, 336.00; Copp-Clarke Co., copies 
Can. Alrranac, 263.20; Crown Tailoring Co., suits, 110.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
gloves, ties, etc., 63.50; W. E. Elliott, reporting budget speech and Public 
Accounts, 76.40; Field, Love & House, inspections, 5.50; Chas. Freymond, 
writing desk, cards, etc., 12.00; Harcourt & Son, suit and gown, etc., for Speaker, 
suit and gown for Clerk of House, and suit and gown for Assistant Clerk of House, 
784.30; King's Printer, 216.04; E. Longstaff, m.eals re late sessions, 238.10; 
My Valet, cleaning suits, 6.00; Remington Typewriter Co., rental of machines, 
280.00; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., copies of Garden Guide, 100.80; Rex Tailoring 
Co., repairing suits (pages), 50.50; Strickland & Son, breeches, shoes, etc., 
69.71; United Typewriter Co., typewriters, repairs and inspections, rental of 
machines, 946.04; J. C. Winston, Ltd., handbooks, 230.00: John Work, preparing 
Oath of Allegiance, 45.00; Sundries: Newspapers and periodicals, 151.52; Duty 
and brokerage, 17.03; express, 151.07; car tickets, 12.00; freight, 1.47; tele- 
grams, 32.18 5,389 81 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of Contingencies ($1,000.00) 

Hon. W. D. Black, Speaker 1,000 00 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($1,633.00) 

E. Wylie Grier, portrait of Hon. T- E. Thompson, 1,000.00; F. W. Lvonde & Sons, 

photos, 16th Legislature, 633.00 '. 1,633 00 



Carried forward 324,663 39 



1926-27 



LEGISLATION 



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2,200 00 
1,500 00 
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3,600 00 
2,050 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
975 00 



Brought forward 324,663 69 

LAW CLERK'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($15,600.00) 

A. M. Dymond Law Clerk of Public Bills 12 months 

W. B, Wilkinson Law Clerk of Private and Municipal Bills . 12 " 

A. E. Baker Principal Clerk 12 " 

C. S. Berthon Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

D. H. McCleary " " " 12 " 

LEGISLATIVEILIBRARY 

Salaries ($14,425.00) 

A. T. Wilgress Librarian 12 months 

Geo. E. Barnes Senior Library Assistant 12 " 

E.King « " " 12 " 

O. M. Bright " " " 12 " 

Hugh Ray " " " 12 " 

E. J. O'Neil Library Assistant 12 " 

NoraBateson " " 12 " 

Gladys E. Piatt Junior Library Assistant 12 " 

Purchase of Books, Subscriptions, Fees and Dues; Binding, 
Rebinding, Stationery, Printing and Contingencies 
($11,360.39) 

Temporary Services. — Lillian Bligh, library clerk at 3.00 per d., 939.00; Edith L. 
L. Leckie, assistant cataloguer at 95.83 per mo., 1,149.96; E. F. Richardson, 
clerk at 70.00 per mo., 840.00 2.928 96 

Books for Library.— Thos. Allen, 9.40; E. G. Allen & Son, 703.92; American Art 
Association, 7.25; American Library Association, 7.50; American Economic 
Association, 5.00; Army Historical Research Society, 5.10; Army & Export 
Buying Agency, 10.58; N. W. Ayer & Son, 15.00; Baker & Taylor Co., 322.32 
British Educational Society, 66.00; Albert Britnell, 40.10; Burroughs & Co. 
24.00; Butterworth & Co., 62.00; Can. Law Book Co., 313.50; Can. Historical 
Association, 6.00; Can. Law Lists Pub. Co., 5.00; Can. Review Co., 8.00 
Carswell Co., Ltd., 644.90; C. D. Cazenoce & Son, 675.05; W. & R. Chambers 
Ltd., 8.76; Champlain Society, 20.00; Chappies, Ltd., 9.20; Citizen Research 
Ins. of Can., 10.00; J. P. Clougher, 30.00; Colonial Society of Mass., 10.00 
Wm. Dawson & Sons, 298.71; J. N. Dent & Sons, 31.24; Dodd Mead & Co. 
14.00; R. Douglas, 7.20; T. Eaton & Co., Ltd., 10.19; F. W. Faxton & Co. 
17.46; Food Research Institute, Stamford Univ., 7.00; Fur Traders' Journal oi 
Can., 5.50; Bruff Garrett, 5.00; Goodspeed's Book Shop, 7.75; Grain Growers 
Guide, 9.00; Harvard University Press, 8.15; A. Haughland, 10.00; John 
Hopkins Press, 14.78; Houston's Standard Publications, 10.00; John Howell, 
5.00; Imperial War Graves Commission, 56.21; Industrial & Educational Pub. 
Co., 20.00; International Press, 10.00; Kelwav & Son, 8.22; P. S. King & Son, 
171.51; A. H. Jarvis, 10.90; R. Joselyn, 15.00; Literary Year Book Press, 5.84; 
Longmans, Green & Co., 70.27; W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., 8.05; Magrath & Co., 
6.41; Maggs Bros., 15.82; Might Directories, Ltd., 23.00; Minnesota Historical 
Society, 5.74; Mississippi \'alley & Historical Association, 5.00; Musson Book 
Co., Ltd., 13.06; McMillan Co., Ltd., 88.70; W. MacDonald, 6.50; National 
Educational Association of U.S.A., 5.00; Navv Records Society, 10.22; Thos. 
Nelson & Sons, 53.42; xN.Y. Times Index, 8.00;' Oliver & Boyd, 18.25; Oriental 
Commercial Co., 24.53; Penton Pub. Co., 6.00; Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; 
Ryerson Press, 82.20; G. M. Salta, 22.50; Specs Editions, 7.87; W. H. Smith & 
Son, 1,357.34: .Stock Elliott, 8.15; Students Book Dept., U. of T., 9.00; Teachers 
College, 66.50; The Librarian, 8.69; Jas. Thin, 5.15; Torontonian Society Blue 
Book, 15.00; W. Tyrell & Co., 27.25; H. Vernon & Son, 49.00; H. Wilson Co., 
6.00; Wilson & Lafleur, Ltd., 12.00; H. W. Williams Co., 6.00; Wrigley's 
Directories, Ltd., 5.00: Sundry persons, 177.81 6,024 17 

Miscellaneous. — Fred L. Currv, framing Coat-of-Arms, 1.35; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
smock, 8.85; W. Harper, entry fee, 1.00: King's Printer, 1,385.85; Angus Mack 
& Co., maps, 75.30; National' Educational Association, 5.00; Tarling Map Co., 
maps, 60.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, repairs, etc., 39.25; 
Sundries: Custom duty, 17.38; express charges, 10.67; newspapers and peri- 
odicals. 802.61 ' 2,407 26 



Total Expenditure, Legislation $ 366,049 08 



PART D 



DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Attorney-General's Office 7 

Audit of Justice Accounts 7 

Railway and Municipal Board 7 

Public Trustee 8 

Inspector of Legal OfHces including Registry Offices and Division Courts 9 

Fire Marshal 9 

Land Titles 11 

Local Masters 11 

Drainage Trials Act 12 

Administ*ration of Justice: 

Supreme Court of Ontario 12 

Sundry Civil and Criminal Justice 14 

Law Enforcement 14 

Board of License Commissioners 19 

Districts 24 

Miscellaneous Services 27 

Statutory 28 

Special Warrant^ 30 



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Hon. W. H. Price, K.C. .Attorney-General (Statutory) 8,000 00 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($33,935.50) 

Exlward Bayly, K.C Deputy Attorney-General 12 months 6,600 00 

A. N. Middleton Solicitor 12 « 5,200 00 

F. P. Brennan Assistant to Deputy Attorney-General. ... 12 " 4,600 00 

A. W. Rogers Legal Secretary 12 " 3,600 00 

M. Curry Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 12 " 3,150 00 

C. Magone Head Clerk 12 « 2,550 00 

F. M. Newman Senior Clerk Stenographer 1^ " 250 00 

A. W. Nicol Clerk 12 " 1,200 00 

B. Edmunds Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,350 00 

E. Lucas Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

M. Mooney " " " 12 " . 1,300 00 

H. L Lobb Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,125 00 

M. L. McGillivray " " 12 " 1,125 00 

Douglas Garrett Messenger 12 " 585 50 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (Statutory) ($50.00) 

M. H. Magill Clerk Stenographer Yi month 50 00 

Contingencies ($2,754.41) 

Temporary Services. — Douglas D. MacDonald, ofifice boy at 10.00 per wk., 40.00; 

Alma Morrison, stenographer at 3.00 per d., 18.00 58 00 

Travelling Expenses.— E. Bayly, 59.10; Hon. W. H. Price, 800.00; A. W. Rogers, 

accountable, 25.00 884 10 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 1,011.69; Leatherdale's Studio, portrait \V. F. 
Nickle, 15.00; Ravenscroft & Ede, gown, 74.09; United Typewriter Co., 
inspection and repairs, 88.26; Western Union Telegraphic Code, cable address, 
25.00. Sundries: Car tickets, 40.05; Express charges, 8.27; newspapers and 
periodicals, 73.85; telegraph messages, 446.32; petty disbursements, 29.78. . 1,812 31 

Law Library ($456.27) 

Books. — Burroughs & Co., 25.60; Butterworth & Co., 107.50; Canada Law Book 
Co., 175.50; Canada Review Co., 8.00; Carswell Co., 127.65; G. H. Doran Co., 
4.00; Society of Comparative Legislation, 5.10; University of London Press, 
Ltd., 2.92 456 27 

AUDIT OF JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 

Salaries ($10,300.00) 

Chas. A. Fitch Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts 12 months 3,150 00 

E. A. Mockler Senior Clerk 12 « 1,900 00 

W. J.McCaul " " 12 " 1,800 00 

J. Houston Junior Clerk 12 " 1,125 00 

M. Parkhill Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

Hazel C. Edgeworth Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,125 00 

Contingencies ($457.39) 

Travelling Expenses. — C. A. Fitch 225 55 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd., maintenance, service, 13.50; 
International Railway Publishing Co., guide, 5.00; King's Printer, 190.95; United 
Typewriter Co., inspections, 16.00. Sundries: Telegraph messages, 6.39 231 84 

ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Salaries ($37,472.28) 

D. M. Mclntyre, K.C Chairman 2 months 1,167 00 

C. R. McKeown. K.C " 10 " 5,755 28 

A. B. Ingram Vice-Chairman 12 " 4,500 00 

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Salaries — Continued 

J. A. Ellis Member of Board 12 " 

F. Dagger Supervisor of Telephone Systems 12 " 

H. C. Small Secretary Ontario Railway and Municipal 

Board 12 " 

J. A. McDonald Inspector of Telephone Services 12 " 

VV. C. Coo Court Reporter Ontario Railway and 

Municipal Board 12 " 

H. W. Middlemist Consulting Engineer 12 " 

A. C. McKee Clerk 12 " 

E. Crossland Inspector of Street Railway Operations.. . . 12 " 

M. Sanderson Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

B.Skelton " " " 12 " 

A. Campbell Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

George A. Brown Traffic Expert 12 " 

Contingencies ($5,936.77) 

Temporary Services. — W. M. K. Balshaw, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo.. . . 

Travelling Expenses.— W. C. Coo, 608.46; E. Crossland, 414.82; F. Daggar, 
700.84; J. A.Ellis, 489.15; A. B. Ingram, 554.41; J. A. McDonald, 292.03; 
C. R. McKeown, 420.85; H. W. Middlemist, 30.50 

Miscellaneous. — American Electric Rly. Association, 5.00; Brayley's Rly. Guide, 
subscription, 7.50; Can. Electric Rly. Association, 10.00; Canada Law Book 
Co., Ontario Law Reports, 28.00; Carswell Co., engraving Law Reports, 90.75; 
W. C. Coo, reporting, 149.05; Dom. Dept. of Public Printing and Stationery, 
Can. Law Reports, 6.00; King's Printer, 762.47; Toronto Railway and Steam- 
boat Guide, subscription, 7.50; United Typewriter Co., inspections, 51.00; Dora 
Wainwright, copies of reports, 26.03. Sundries: Car tickets, 30.00; newspapers 
and periodicals, 37.00; postage, 233.68; telegraph messages, 6.73 1,450 71 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($34,280.29) 

K. W. Wright Public Trustee 12 months 4,500 00 

R. G. Mainer Head Clerk 12 « 3,000 00 

H. S. Jones Trust Officer 12 « 3,000 00 

Thos. C. Thompson Assistant Trust Officer 12 « 2,100 00 

P. M. Puley Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

I. N. Draper Investigator of Estates 12 « 2,000 00 

A.K.Green " " lOK " 1,575 00 

P. Maginnis Assistant Investigator of Estates 12 " 1,500 00 

D. H. Burritt Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

C. G. Hindle Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,366 05 

M. G. Thurgarland Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

H. Wixon « « 12 " 1,200 00 

M.L. Drummond « " 11 " 1,03117 

Pearl C. Fleming « " 12 " 1,200 00 

Mary H. Carr " « 12 " 1,200 00 

Myrtle Moore Filing Clerk 12 « 975 00 

Geo. F. Adams(Temporary) Junior Clerk 10 " 765 85 

Kathleen Scott " " " Ij^ " 112 50 

Ernest A. Gelinas " " " 9^^ « 417 22 

M. G. Butler « Clerk 83^" 637 50 

C. J. Holman Member of Advisory Committee 12 " 1,500 00 

G. Tower Fergusson " " " 12 « 1,500 00 

Contingencies ($6,984.74) 

Temporary Services. — Geo. F. Adams, junior clerk at 43.33 per mo., 86.65; Ger- 
trude E. Bean, clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 75.00; F. A. Brunt, messenger 
at 43.33 per mo., 86.65; Kathleen Scott, junior clerk and cashier at 75.00 per 
mo., 150.00 398 30 

Travelling Expenses.— I. N. Draper, 1,639.86; A. K. Greene, 1,580.18; H. S. 
Jones, 76.15; P. Maginnis, 29.95; R. G. Mainer, 32.75; M. Pulley, 35.00; T. C. 
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Contingencies — Continu ed 

Miscellaneous. — ^Alliance Insurance Co., burglary insurance, 62.50; J. Bonner, 
fumigating, 13.00; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., service, 6.90; Canada Law 
Book Co., binding, 14.50; Dominion Bank, box rent, 120.00; Forster and Nixon, 
typing report, 12.49; W. S. Johnston & Co., 10.50; King's Printer, 1,677.94; 
Newsome & Gilbert, forms, 28.75; United Typewriter Co., rental and inspections, 
195.67. Sundries: Car tickets, 120.00; excise stamps, 40.00; express, .85; law 
stamps, 100.00; postage, 700.00; petty disbursements, 13.15 3,116 25 

Auditor's Fees ($2,000.00) 
Clarkson, Gordon & Dilworth 2,000 00 

INSPECTION OF LEGAL OFFICES 
(Including Registry OflBces and Division Courts) 
Salaries ($14,200.00) 

I. A. Humphries Inspector of Legal Offices 12 months 4,400 00 

W. W. Ellis Senior Assistant to Inspector of Legal 

Offices 12 « 3,150 00 

H. A. Locke Assistant to Inspector of Legal Offices 12 " 2,700 00 

M. Irish Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

M. E. Tracev Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1.400 00 

V. M. Foster Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

Fidelity Bonds ($1,746.05) 

Canadian Surety Co., 403.25; Dominion of Canada Guarantee and Accident Co., 
405.00; Guarantee Co. of North America, 101.80; Guarantee Insurance Co. of 
Canada, 296.25; London Guarantee and Accident Co., 539.75 1,746 05 

Contingencies ($4,323.42) 

Temporary Services. — E. M. Dawson, clerk stenographer at 15.00 per wk 220 00 

Travelling Expenses.— W. W. Ellis, 1,255.50; I. A. Humphries, 835.32; H. A. 

Locke, 956.95 3,047 77 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd., ribbon, maintenance and 
service, 10.80; King's Printer, 948.63; United Typewriter Co., inspection, 
31.50. Sundries: Express, 26.85; newspapers and periodicals, 19.50; telegraph, 
18.37 1,055 65 



FIRE MARSH.\L 

Salaries ($34,366.64) 

E. P. Heaton Fire Marshal 12 months 

Geo. F. Lewis Deputy Fire Marshal 12 " 

J. E. Ritchie Fire Prevention Engineer 12 ** 

L. J. Bishop Inspector 12 " 

W. L. Clairmont " . 12 " 

F. G. Baker Fire Investigator 12 " 

E.D.Jordan " " 12 " 

D. H. Saville " " 12 " 

J. W. Pointon ' " 12 " 

C. H. Cowan " " 12 " 

A.Burnett " " 12 " 

Mrs. E. E. Starr Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Ruby Welbourne Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

R. W. Swinnerton Junior Clerk 12 " 

Mrs. F. McDonald Clerk 12 " 

Ina Smith " 12 || 

C. A. L. Clement Junior Clerk 8 

M. J. Billinghurst . .Clerk Typist 12 " 

Division of Fire Investigation ($26,332.97) 

Temporary Services. — Blanche Card, clerk stenographer at 15.00 per wk., 40.00; 
Annie McDonald, clerk at 18.00 per wk., 285.00; P. McKessock, clerk sten- 
ographer at 100.00 per mo., 684.65 



4,500 00 
3,450 00 
2,850 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,700 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
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1,009 65 



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Division of Fire Investigation — Continued 

Travelling Expenses. — H. C. Argue, 525.45; F. (">. Baker, 524.40; W. A. Burnett, 
898.83; F. Clithero, 575.36; C. H. Cowan, 1,287.25; Alfred Cuddy, 192.05; 
W. H. Halstead, 44.00; E. D. Hammond, 467.53; E. P. Heaton, 891.87; E. D. 
Jordon, 1,541.38; \V. A. McGammon, 31.46; R. J. Marsh, 268.24; H. A. Xealon. 
1,888.63; J. W. Pointon, 687.36; D. H. SaviUe, 1,452.82; A. R. Stell, 590.93. . . . 11,867 56 

Expert Services.— H. C. Argue, 1,070.00; K. Burke, 24.20; T. Callender, 25.00; 
F. Caris, 10.00; F. Clithero, 3,726.75; E. M. Halter, 9.00; J. A. Kenny, 29.85; 
E. H. Leighton, 85.00; R. J. Marsh, 623.00; E. R. Murray, 25.00; H. A. Nealon, 
1,872.00; Pinkerton National Detective Agency, 807.48; Purdv-Mansell, Ltd., 
112.00; E. Ranev, 34.10; R. F. Rowland, lO.OO; O. B. Stanton, 50.00; A. R. 
Stell, 1,530.00 . . .' 10,043 38 

Legal Fees.— S. A. Caldbick, 35.00; F. G. Evans, 10.00; J. M. Greer, 10.00; J. G. 
Harkness, 37.50; G. W. Hatton, 59.24; McLaughlin, Fulton, Stinson & Ander- 
son, 43.41; W. F. McRae, 20.00; C. F. Moore, 35.00; Rignev & Hickev, 63.00; 
J. A. Ritchie, 10.00; F. W. Willson, 62.65 385 80 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd., maintenance service, 21.60; 
Fred Burrs', photos, 12.00; W. Campion, stocktaking re Zakos fire, 50.00; Cana- 
dian Association Fire Marshals, dues, 181.00; Canada Life Assurance Co., rent 
of office, 625.02; Can. Translation Bureau, translations, 115.00; R. G. Dunn 
& Co., subn., Mercantile Agency, 125.00; Jas. A. Ellenor, transcript, 10.00; 
Field, Love & House, inspections, 55.00; Gallagher Taxi Service, taxi hire, 
23.50; E. Halter, reporting copies Firemen's Association, 11.00; House Bros., 
cartage, 210.60; King's Printer, 373.02; A. M. Laframboise, meaXs for witnesses, 
48.00; Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice, 30.00; K. McXabb, reportine, 25.90; B. Mullin, 
copy of evidence re Simpson, 36.00; C. R. Murdoch, plans, 28.00; National Fire 
Protection Association, dues, 10.00; A. G. Newall & Co., stenographic services, 
10.50; Pringle & Booth, photos, 37.25; R. W. Ralfe, copies of evidence re McKay, 
25.50; Sundry Fire Chiefs, reporting fires, 447.00; Toronto Sanitary Towel 
Supply Co., 36.00; R. Tr\horn, maps, 18.95; R. F. Vair, serving subpoenas, 
29.25. Sundries: Car tickets, 45.00; express, 69.89; newspapers and periodicals, 
66.50; postage, 100.00; telegrams, 90.73; petty disbursements, 59.37 3,026 58 

Division of Fire Prevention ($9,490.12) 

Temporary Services. — A. E. Caldwell, inspector at 120.00 per mo., 1,440.00; 

W. H. Halsted, inspector at 108.33 per mo., 1,299.96 2,739 96 

Travelling Expenses.— F. G. Baker, 115.86; L. J. Bishop, 282.28; W. L. Clair- 
mont, 329.89; W. H. Halsted, 72.75; G. F. Lewis, 681.53; J. W. Pointon, 89.18; 
J. E. Ritchie, 261.00 : 1,832 49 

Advertising. — E. F. Bevis, 10.00; Dom. Association of Fire Chiefs, 100.00; Fire- 
men's Association of Ontario, 50.00; Firem.en's Year Book, 100.00; Hamilton 
Union Label League, 60.00; Niagara District Firemen's Association, 15.00; 
Ontario Retail Lumber Dealers' Association, 25.00; Temiskaming Firemen's 
Association, 40.00; The Labour News, 50.00; The Labour Leader, 150.00 600 00 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Sales Co., inspection, 24.26; Canada Life Assce. 
Co., ofifice rent, 625.02; E. Chambers, services boy scout, 25.00; H. G. Clapper- 
ton, bowl, 25.00; Department of Public Works, rent, 250.00; Dominion Assoc. 
Fire Chiefs, annual dues, 10.00; D. Downes, services boy scout, 25.00; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., books, flags, bunting, 139.14; Film & Slide Co. of Canada, inspection 
films, 16.00; Filmast Motion Pictures, film, etc., 11.01; R. W. Garrat, plan of 
building, 15.00; Lionel Godson, insurance premium re exhibit C.N.E., 24.00; 
A. Harris, services boy scout, 25.00; E. P. Kelly, drawings re Fire Prevention, 
40.00; King's Printer, 1,807.66; MacLean Publishing Co., half-tone, 16.70; 
J. McLaren, services as bov scout, 25.00; McLean & Harris, reporting re Dowler 
fire, 37.75; Macev Sign Co., signs, 209.00; Metropolitan Motion Picture Co., 
prints, 55.00; Miller & Sons, flowers re exhibition, 25.55; National Fire Pro- 
tection Association, prints of every-day fires, 234.50; Rapid-Grip, Ltd., electros 
and zinc, 173.57 ;E. L. Ruddy Co., signs, etc., 29.15; Toronto Rattan Co., enamel, 
etc., vases, 23.25; Toronto Transportation Commission, car tickets, 45.00; 
United Church Publishing Co., lantern, screen, etc., slides, 98.15; Worcester 
Film Corporation, film, 183.56; Sundries: Customs, 6.60; express, 2.00; news- 
papers and periodicals, 5.50; postage, 50.00; petty disbursements, 35.30 4,317 67 

Division of Lightning Rod Act ($5,621.49) 
Temporary Services. — M. E. Williams, junior clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo. 900 00 

Travelling Expenses. — L. J. Bishop, 725.56; W. L. Clairmont, 542.30; J. E. 

Ritchie, 1,118.57 ^.386 43 

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Division of Lightning Rod Act — Continued 

Auto Supplies and Repairs. — L. J. Bishop, garage rent, 105.00; W. L. Clairmont, 
82.50; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 53.34; A. D. Gorrie & Co., 96.39; Hart 
Battery Co., 9.20 346 43 

Miscellaneous. — B. Cairns, seal press and dies, 13.50; Canada Life Assoc. Co., 
office rent, 625.02; Department of Public Works, rent of office, 500.00; Em- 
ployer's Liability Association, auto insurance, 110.22; King's Printer, 644.57; 
W. R. McKee, repairing Oh meter, etc., 18.57; Ontario Motor League member- 
ship, 20.00. Sundries: Postage, 50.00; petty disbursements. 6.75 1.988 63 



LAND TITLES OFFICE 
Salaries ($34,499.96) 

G. W. Holmes Master of Titles 12 months 4,800 00 

Chas. R. Deacon Deputy Master of Titles 12 " 3,600 00 

W.J.Lander Deputy " " 12 " 3,000 00 

W. G. Yelland Principal Clerk 12 « 2,500 00 

Richard Myers Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

J. M. Martin Clerk 12 " 1,800 00 

S.Mercer " 12 " 1,700 00 

W. F. Young Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

B. C. Durrant Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

E. Pollard " 12 " 1,600 00 

P. J.Smale " ..12 " 1,600 00 

A.A.Crawford " 12 « 1,500 00 

J. W. Harper Senior Clerk Messenger 12 " 1,300 00 

S. A. Mason Clerk 7 " 799 96 

G. G.Y.Willis " 7 " 800 00 

Robert G. Cowlin " 12 " 1,300 00 

E. Clarke Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

M. M. Kell Clerk 12 " 1,400 00 



Salaries not otherwise provided for (Statutory) ($1,000.04) 



S. A. Mason Clerk 5 months 

G. G. Y. Willis " 5 " 



500 04 
500 00 



Contingencies ($2,560.46) 

Temporary Services. — A. W. Knapp, clerk at 100.00 per mo 1,200 00 

Miscellaneous. — Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., maintenance ser\dce, 18.00; King's Printer, 

1,188.99; United Typewriter Co., typewriter, 114.47; inspections, 24.00; 

Sundries: Postage, 15.00 1,360 46 



LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES 

Local Master at Sault Ste. Marie ($3,280.00) 

V. McNamara Local Master 12 months 

Alice L. Johnston Clerk 12 " 

Registration of Patents. R.S.O. Chap. 126. sec. 159 ($2,836.50) 

L A. Clermont, 753.25; E. A. Cunningham, 197.50; Lome Ferguson, 906.00; S. 
Fournier, 457.50; W. L. Haight, 230.00; W. J. Keating, 87.00; V. McXamara, 
25.50; J. M. Munro, 87.00; C. C. Piatt, 22.00; J. E. Swinburne, 70.75 



2,500 00 
780 00 



2,836 50 



Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds, Haileybury 
($5,008.40) 

L. H. Ferguson Local Master 9 months 

Laura McKay Clerk 9 " 

Alice Beaton " 9 " 

Olive Stafford " 7 " 

S. O'Halloran " 2 " 

L. H. Ferguson, postage, 160.00; accountable, 23.39 



3,000 01 


765 00 


540 00 


420 00 


100 00 


183 39 



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Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds, North Bay 
($5,480.00) 

J. M. Deacon Local Master 12 months 3,000 00 

Edith Robertson Clerk 12 " 1,040 00 

Rosemary Brennan " 10 " 500 00 

C. McGonegal " 12 " 600 00 

M. Tackney " 2 " 90 00 

J. M. Deacon, temporary services, 63.00; sundry disbursements, 187.00 250 09 

Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds, Cochrane 

($5,045.87) 

J. A. Clermont Local Master 8 months 2,666 68 

M. Gregg Clerk 8 " 800 00 

L. Ravin " 8 " 480 00 

A. Caswell " 8 " 480 00 

Gladys Booth " 8 " 360 00 

J. A. Clermont, postage, 255.00; sundries, 4.19 259 19 

Fuel, Light and Attendance ($107,98) 

Town of Fort Frances, electric service, 7.20; water, 14.00; Town of Kenora, light, 

112.84; water, 48.94; less accountable, 1926, Mrs. Cunningham, 75.00 107 98 

Forms, Copying and Contingencies for Registrars of Deeds 
and Local Master of Titles in Districts ($2,391.41) 

Central Book Store, almanac paper, 11.00; City Typewriter Exchange, Fort Wil- 
liam, inspection, 18.50; Mrs. E. A. Cunningham, repairs, 1.00; Dept. of Mines 
of Ontario, forms, 9.00; Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., repairs, etc., 12.55; D. M. Griffith, 
poker, etc., 1.75; King's Printer, 2,224.56; Lindstrom & Nelson, removing sash, 
5.00; H. W. Parson, repairing switch, 1.30; Postmaster, box rent, 9.25; G. W. 
Smith, ink, 1.50; J. E. Swinburne, making new Abstract Book, 89.30; United 
Typewriter Co., repairs, 4.00; Williams Hardward, hardware, 1.70. Sundries, 1.00 2,391 41 

DRAINAGE TRIALS ACT 

Salaries ($4,000.00) 

G. F. Henderson Referee 12 months 3,500 00 

L. M. Sager Stenographer 12 « 500 00 

Contingencies ($850.05) 

Travelling Expenses.— F. Clitheroe, 412.70; G. F. Henderson, 320.45 733 15 

Miscellaneous. — F. Clitheroe, reporting 116 90 

Main Office and Branches $296,718.97 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 

SUPREME COURT 

Allowances to Judges under R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 57 ($18,458.15) 

First Divisional Court 

The Right Hon. Sir William Mulock, K.C.M.G., P.C, C.J.O 1,000 00 

The Hon. James Magee, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. F. E. Hodgins, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. N. Ferguson, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. Robert Smith, J.A 549 31 

The Hon. D. I. Grant, J.A 1,000 00 

Second Divisional Court 

The Hon. F. R. Latchford, C.J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. R. Riddell, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. E. Middleton, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. C. A. Masten, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. J. F. Orde, J.A. . . 1,000 00 

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High Court Division 

The Hon. R. M. Meredith, C.J.C.P., President 1,000 00 

The Hon. H. T. Kelly, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. H. Lennox, J 750 00 

The Hon. H. E. Rose, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. A. Logie, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. H. M. Mowat, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. R. G. Fisher, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. H. Wright, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. J. M. iMcEvoy, J 79 42 

The Hon. W. E. Raney, J 79 42 

Grant to Judges' Library ($700.00) 

Hon. W. N. Ferguson 700 00 

Grant to Judges' Library (Chancery) S.C.O. (S400.00) 

Lawrence Boyd 400 00 

Judges' Petty Expense Fund ($700.00) 

Hon. VV. E. Middleton 700 GO 



OSGOODE HALL 

Salaries ($83,123.90) 

Jessie C. Wylie Junior Librarian Assistant 12 months 

W. J. Davies Secretary to Judges 12 " 

R. N. Davies Stenographer and Reporter 12 " 

E. M. Coles Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Laura E. Farrow Stenographer to Judges 12 " 

H. Loveys « " 12 " 

Master's Ofl&ce 

Chas. Garrow Master 12 months 

Geo. A. Drew Senior Assistant Master 12 " 

E. W. Boyd Assistant Master 12 " 

W. J. Reilly « " 12 « 

A. E. Bastedo Head Clerk 12 ** 

Registrar's Office 

. Registrar 12 months 



E. Harley 

D' Arcy Hinds Assistant Registrar . 

Clarence Bell " « 

F.J.Roche « " 

E. A. Trow « « 

C. J. McCabe « " 

Cyril E.Rudge « " 

W. S. Anderson Surrogate Clerk. 

Fred W. Scott Principal Clerk. 

R. \y. Ralfe " " 

Lewis C. Ling Senior Clerk. . . , 

George K. McBride Clerk. 



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Belle J. Currie. . . . 
Mary M. Staples. . 
Charlotte R. Kyle. 



. Clerk Stenographer 12 

, " '' 12 

.Junior Clerk 12 



C. G. Spanner Stenographic Reporter 12 

A.S.Marriott « " 12 

A.P.Gorman « " 12 

R. A. Walker Usher and Messenger 12 

Wm. Denne " " ^ 12 

John W. Montgomery " " 12 

Ira Luttrell (temporary) . . . Junior Messenger 12 

N. J. Harrison Allowance to Housekeeper 12 

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Taxing Office 

J. F. McGillivray Taxing Officer 12 months 5,000 00 

Contingencies ($5,159.98) 

Temporary Services, — A. Abbott, clerk at 125.00 per mo., 250.00; Ida Johnston, 

junior clerk at 78.00 per mo., 936.00 1,186 00 

Miscellaneous. — R. N. Butcher & Co., reporting services, 48.00; A. E. Cabeldu, 
reporting services, 16.65; W. H. Forgie Typewriter Co., repairs, 15.00; Elliott- 
Fisher, Ltd., repairs, etc., 85.20; King's Printer, 3,175.00; A. G. Newall & Co., 
services reporting re Stirrett et al, 95.20; W. W. Perry, reporting, 28.00; United 
Typewriter Co., inspections, 121.00. Sundries: Car tickets, 45.00; express, 
7.20; postage, 200.00; telegraph, 98.38; telephone, 20.45; petty disbursements, 
18.90 3,973 98 

Supreme Court $108,542.03 

SUNDRY CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

Commutation Fees, Judges of Surrogate ($4,340.35) 

His Honour Judge Freeborn 109 42 His Honour Judge Ruddy 666 00 

« " « Justin 125 00 " " " Smith 1,498 50 

" « " McKay 500 00 " " " Sutherland 109 43 

« " " Reynolds 666 00 " " " Wismer 666 00 

Allowance to His Honour Judge O'Brien, Surplus Surrogate Court Fees 
County Court, District of Carleton, Prescott and Russell 
for the year 1926 ($666.00) 
His Honour Judge O'Brien 666 00 

Commutation of Fees, Local Master ($3,000.00) 

S. S. Lazier Local Master 12 months 3,000 00 

Allowance to District Judges ($2,000.00) 

(R.S.O. 1914, Chap. 58, Sec. 17) 

His Honour Judge Hall 500 00 

« " " Hayward 500 00 

« " « Leask 500 00. 

« " " McKay 500 00 

TORONTO AND YORK CROWN ATTORNEY 

Salaries ($21,690.02) 

Eric N. Armour Crown Attorney 12 months 

J. W. McFadden Senior Assistant Crown Attorney 

E. J. Murphy Assistant Crown Attorney 

J. H. G. Wallace " " " 

Loretta Walsh Clerk 

M. L Vanhorne Clerk Stenographer 



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7,500 00 


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3.800 00 


12 


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3,450 00 


12 


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1,433 33 


12 


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1,106 69 



Contingencies ($2,044.48) 
Temporary Services. — C. F. Moore, Assistant Crown Attorney, at 150.00 per mo. 1,800 00 
Miscellaneous. — Burroughs & Co., 20.00; Butterworth & Co., book. 12.00; Canada 
Law Book Co., books, 20.75; O'Keefe's Beverages, Ltd., water, 40.00; Sundries: 
postage, 89.80; telegrams, 33.68; telephones, 20.75; petty disbursements, 7.50. . 244 48 

LAW ENFORCEMENT ($581,479.98) 

Payments Made Pursuant to Section 17 of the Constables' Act as amended 
by Sections 5 and 6 of Chapter 50, 12 and 13 Geo. V. 
Ontario Provincial Force 
Commissioner and Staff Salaries (67,483.74) 

V. A. S. Williams Commissioner of Police for Ontario 12 months 5,700 00 

A. Cuddy Assistant Commissioner 12 *' 4,000 00 

Jos. F. Mowat Chief Financial Officer 11 " 3,850 00 

J. A. Ayearst Chief Inspector O.T.A 11 '" 3,850 00 



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Provincial Inspector 12 months 

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Inspector C.I.D 4 

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. G. Dobson Senior Filing Clerk 12 

J . Monkman Head Clerk 12 

. C. Mair Clerk 7 

C. Clarke " 7 

T. Kernick « 5 

C. Hoag Secretarial Stenographer 12 

H. Jackson Clerk 12 

W. Palin Junior Clerk 12 

C.Chambers " " 5 

S. Graham Stenographer 7 

Newman " 43^ 

I. Pidgeon Clerk Stenographer 12 

Enright " " 12 

D. McClure Provincial Analyst 9 

Whiteside Constable 5 

Phelps Office Boy 3H 

F. Moore Stenographer 1}4 



District Inspectors, Sergeants and Constables 

District Inspectors.— C. F. Airev, 2.200.00; E. C. Gurnett, 1,099.93; H. Gardner, 
2,100.00; W. G. Ingram, 2,000.00; C. A. Jordan, 2,200.00: W. H. Lougheed, 
2,200.00; W. T. Moore, 2.200.00; A. H. Paln-er, 2,100.00; J. H. Putman, 
2,200.00; E. A. Rae, 2,075.97; A. E. Storie, 2,200.00; F. B. Taber, 916.66. 

Sergeants.— F. B. Creasv, 1,900.00; R. Cox. 1,900.00; M. R. Clarke, 1,900.00; 
T. W. Cousans, 1,900.00; F. Gardner, 1,900.00; P. T. Hake, 1,850.00; A. R. 
Knight, 1,900.00; F. Melleville, 1,900.00; M. McNamara, 1,900.00. 

Constables.— H. E. Allen, 1,800.00; S. H. Bush, 1,800.00; W. H. Bovd, 1,800.00 

F. Buchanan, 727.83; A. W. Craugh, 1,275.00; L. J. Carrol, 1,669.73; G. V 
Clubbe, 1,800.00; W. Anderson, 1,764.97; F. Devlin, 1,800.00; G. W. Delves 
1,800.00; E. T. Dovle. 1,800.00; W. B. Elliott, 1,800.00; C. B. Ellen, 1,800.00 
R. G. Elliott, 1,800.00; D. Finlavson, 1,800.00; T. D. Greenwood, 600.00 

G. O. Grassick, 1.800.00; E. Hand, 1,800.00; F. H. Hough, 1,800.00; L. S 
Hardwick, 1,800.00; E. F. Hartleib, 1,800.00; P. P. Jago, 1,800.00; T. Jones 
300.00; C. H. Knight, 1,800.00; J. Kennv, 1,800.00; E. W. Keen, 1,800.00 
R. P. Labelle, 1,800.00; F. A. Morrison, 600.00; A. L. Mennie, 1,800.00; N. F 
Maker, 1,800.00; T. W. Mitchell, 1,800.00; G. MacKay, 1,800.00; P. E. McCoy 
1,800.00; J. Nelson, 1,800.00; W. C. Oliver, 1,800.00; J. N. Pay, 675.00; W. A 
Page, 1,800.00; R. Purvis, 1,800.00; R. Russell. 329.59; V. T. Reed, 1,800.00 
A. W. Reipert, 1,050.00; T. P. Robinson, 1,800.00; J. A. Shields, 1,800.00 
H. Storev, 1,800.00; W. A. Scott, 1.800.00; F. Simpson. 1.800.00; H. E. Tnomp 
son. 1,800.00; H. O. Taylor, 1.800.00; F. Wethera), 1,800.00; W. Wood, 1,800.00 
J. E. Allen, 100.00; H. M. McPhail, 79.59; B. C. Jakeman, 113.15; T. F. Bone 
1,711.87; A. Craik, 1,762.76; F. Coulthard, 1.700.71; S. J. Elliott, 424.98 
W. M. Johnson, 23.01; H. T. Hammer, 1.746.10; A. C. MacLachlan, 283.32 
W. H. Metcalfe, 1,746.07; S. Oliver, 1.745.99; H. G. Walker, 1,715.81; T 
Wilkinson, 1,797.33; B. A. Kennard, 1,700.81; W. L. Greenway, 161.99; W. D 
Duncan, 139.45; H. Butler, 1,695.03; W. Brien, 1,409.88; C. F. Barron, 888.51 
G. C. Thompson, 23.01; L. C. Carr, 1,620.21; L. A. Denton, 1,576.94; W. A 
Embleton, 1,621.64; C. W. Fitzsimmons, 639.40; H. Noble, 50.00; J. H. Few 
trell, 1,457.39; E. L. Harris, 39.45; H. O. Finger, 1.670.01; J. Kelly, 1,698.02 
K. A. Patterson, 1,620.75; J. W. Reavlev, 1,646.84; A. T. White, 1,657.23 
W. E. Law, 334.04; J. Ataman, 641.44; S. Young, 50.00; A. Cote, 1,570.96 



2,400 00 

3,000 00 

2,700 00 

2,700 00 

2,300 00 

1,403 29 

2,550 00 

1,000 00 

3,171 97 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,700 00 

2,700 00 

1,200 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

1,050 00 

875 00 

549 98 

1,750 00 

1,050 00 

825 00 

253 33 

700 00 

450 00 

1,125 00 

1,000 00 

1,456 88 

708 30 

154 50 

110 49 



Carried forward 506,485 5 9 



D 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 506,485 59 

District Inspectors, Sergeants and Constables — Continued 

W. M. Durnford. 1.544.78: H. T. Dawson. 324.83; J. V. Considine, 39.45; 
T. L. Ettincer, 1,554.30; H. Gibson, 1,541.66; D. G. Hall, 1,556.07; J. Mc- 
Getrick, 1,500.02; T. H. Owens, 1,528.26; N. Page, 1,547.10; E. E. Reeson, 
1,528.30; J. E. Morgan, 310.98; Wm. Fuller, 310.98; G. B. Carmichael, 186.16; 
J. R. Brown, 1.521.01; G. E. Cookman, 1,509.80; W. J. Franks, 1,517.75; D. 
Campeau, 1,348.29; W. R. McConnell, 1,107.74; W. R. Pringle, 1,140.86; 
J. A. Stringer, 1,074.98; C. N. C. Smaill, 957.39; A. F. Whiteside. 991.64; 
J. A. Rowe, 624.99; R. G. Beatty, 624.99; J. M. Clarke, 286.16; T. G. Corsie, 
579.92; B. Milligan, 666.66; E. L. Priest, 624.98: E. V. McNeill, 330.54 188,778 96 

Inspectors, O.T.A. 

Inspectors, O.T.A.— M. N. Mousseau, 1,400.00; H. Graham, 916.61; F. B. Taber, 
1,283.25; W. C. McCanimon, 1,166.62; M. C. Beckett, 1,166.62; T. N. Kil- 
patrick, 1,166.62; A. A. Montgomery, 1,166.62; E. Zinkann, 1,166.62; R. J. 
Eacrett, 1,108.25; E. P. Foster, 1,108.25; P. Walter, 1,108.25: J. Gagne, 
1,108.25; G. Griffiths, 1.108.25; ]. Grigg, 1,050.00; W. J. Parfitt, 900.00; 
M. Side, 1,050.00; C. A. Mason, 929.59; A. DeHaitre, 1,050.00; F. J. Naphan, 
1,050.00: A. G. Svkes, 1,050.00; W. Russell, 1,050.00; J. F. Miller, 1,050.00; 

C. Plumb, 991.62; R. Reevelv, 991.62; W. Bolton, 991.62; M. H. Moore, 991.62; 

D. Silvester, 991.62; H. Wright, 991.62; T. J. Robinson. 933.25; W. T. 
Nugent, 933.25; W. T. Pellow, 733.27; J. J. McGregor, 933.25; W. S. Exiev, 
933.25; J. W. King, 933.25; G. Goodrich, 933.25; J. A. Grant, 933.25; G. A. 
Ekins, 933.25; D. MacKenzie, 933.25; R. S. Patterson, 933.25; D. H. Porter, 
933.25; B. Milligan, 933.25; E. F. Widmeyer, 933.25; R. Edmonds. 875.00; 
J. Stewart, 875.00; W. Warren, 875.00; J. G. Watson, 812.50; J. A. Darragh, 

787.53; Wm. Peacock, 723.73 47,917 80 

Grade "A" Officers.— E. Zinkann, 833.38; P. Walter, 791.75; J. Gagne, 791.75; 
G. Griffiths, 791.75; M. Side, 750.00; A. DeHaitre, 750.00; F. J. NapaHn, 
750.00; R. Reevelv, 161.24; M. H. Moore, 708.38; D. Silvester, 708.38; H. 
Wright, 708.38; T-'j. McGregor, 666.75; D. MacKenzie, 448.22; D.H.Porter, 
666.75; E. F. Widmeyer, 666.75; R. Edmonds, 625.00; J. Stewart, 625.00; 
J. A. Darragh. 625.07 12,068 55 

Provincial and Special Officers. — Salaries, travelling expenses and 

disbursements 56,634 27 

Less costs recovered 384 80 

56,249 47 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements 

District No. 1. — Comprising the Counties of Essex, Kent, Lambton, 
Middlesex and Elgin: 

Criminal disbursements 15,288 74 

L.C.A. disbursements 2,538 37 

17,827 11 

Less costs recovered 2,483 51 

15,343 60 

District No. 2. — Comprising the Counties of Oxford, Norfolk, Brant, 
Haldimand, W'entworth, Lincoln and Welland: 

Criminal disbursements 11,793 17 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,914 76 

13,707 93 

Less costs recovered 2,968 95 

10,738 98 

District No. 3. — Comprising the Counties of Bruce, Grey, Huron, 
Perth, Wellington, Waterloo and DufTerin: 

Criminal disbursements 11,097 82 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,688 45 

12,786 27 
Less costs recovered 4,347 20 

8,439 07 

Carried forward 846,022 02 



1926-27 ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT D 17 

Brought forward 846,022 02 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements — Continued 

District No. 4. — Comprising the Counties of York, Peel, Ontario, 
Halton, Simcoe, Muskoka and Parry Sound: 

Criminal disbursem.ents 12,884 45 

L.C.A. disbursements !,849 59 

14,734 04 

Less costs recovered 2,281 47 

12,452 57 

District No. 5. — Comprising the Counties of Victoria, Haliburton, 
Peterborough, Northumberland and Durham, Hastings, Prince Ed- 
ward, Lennox and Addington: 

Criminal disbursements 11,593 74 

L.C.A. disbursements 2,892 21 

14,485 95 

Less costs recovered 7,066 43 

7,419 52 

District No. 6. — Comprising the Counties of Renfrew, Frontenac, 

Leeds, Lanark, Carleton, Grenville, Russell, Prescott, Glengarry, 

Dundas and Stormontr 

Criminal disbursements 12,220 01 

L.C.A. disbursements 4,406 37 

16,626 38 
Less costs recovered 3,811 92 

12,814 46 

District No. 7. — Comprising the Districts of Timiskaming, Nipissing, 
and northern portion of Algoma: 

Criminal disbursements 15,424 87 

L.C.A. disbursements 2,305 88 

17,730 75 
Less costs recovered 1 ,281 64 

16,449 11 

District No. 8. — Comprising the Districts of Sudbury, Manitoulin 
Island and Southern Algoma: 

Criminal disbursements 12,540 08 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,811 41 

14,351 49 
Less costs recovered 730 69 

13,620 80 

District No. 9. — Comprising the Districts of Thunder Bay, Kenora 
and Rainy River: 

Criminal disbursements 10,245 94 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,187 09 

11,433 03 
Less costs recovered 900 70 

10,532 33 

Hamilton Special District. — Comprising the City of Hamilton and 
County of Wentworth (five months) : 

Criminal disbursements 194 96 

L.C.A. disbursements 2,076 27 

2,271 23 
Less costs recovered 28 50 

2,242 73 

Toronto Special District. — Comprising the City of Toronto and County of York 
(five months) : 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,341 73 

Constables attached to Headquarters 599 57 

Carried forward 923,494 84 



D 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought for-cvard 923,494 84 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements — Continued 

Ontario Temperance Act Districts.— Algoma, 710.75; Brant, 1,103.52; Bruce. 
1,322.25; Carleton, 1,378.38; Cochrane, $1,266.24; Dufferin and Simcoe, 
622.75; Dundas and Stormont, 831.02; Elgin, 1,022.10; Essex, 1,575.89; 
Frontenac, 1,102.46; Glengarrv, 810.87; Grenville. 357.19; Grev, 2,724.09; 
Haldimand, 1,001.68; Haliburton, 493.87; Halton, 619.40; Hamilton, 4,926.57; 
Hastings, 1,758.70; Huron, 1,073.90; Kenora, 538.73; Kent, 1,170.54; Lambton 
East, 429.50; Lambton, 245.21; Lanark, 789.77; Leeds, 1,228.71; Lennox and 
Addington, 853.80; Lincoln, 939.12; Manitoulin, 258.35; Middlesex, 506.84; 
Muskoka, 345.90; Niagara Falls, 1,732.02; Nipissing, 1,288.34; Norfolk, 759.57; 
Northumberland and Durham, 1,770.23; Ontario, 1,519.29; Oxford, 405.23; 
Parrv Sound, 198.23; Peel, 464.05; Perth, 950.75; Peterborough, 455.40; Port 
Arthur, 547.57; Prescott, 911.74; Prince Edward, 1,758.10; Rainy River, 
911.80; Renfrew, 1,412.62; Russell, 644.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,844.77; Simcoe, 
1,353.00; Sudburv, 1,575.03; Timiskaming, 806.12; Toronto, 644.75; Victoria, 
867.90; Waterloo', 1,566.42; Welland, 587.65; Wellington, 835.07; Wentworth, 
452.18; Windsor, 949.38; York, 279.85 59,499 16 

Travelling Expenses, Headquarters. — V. A. S. Williams, 429.05; J. A. Ayearst, 
186.00; W. S. Blackwall, 463.61; A. Cuddv, 249.45; F. E. Elliott, 463.82; 
H. Graham, 1,088.21; W. C. Killing, 162.93; A. Moss, 1,203.94; J. J. Monkman, 
5.45; A. E. Sar^is, 301.45; A. E. Storie, 98.55; A. G. Sykes, 42.90; W. H. 
Boyd, Acting Inspector of Automobiles, re district cars, 293.65 4,989 01 

Insurance. — London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd., accident 

insurance, officers and constables 2,179 45 

Less rebates 198 00 

1,981 45 

Salaries and Disbursements. — Officers on probation, classes of instruction 486 75 

Criminal Investigation. — Travelling expenses and disbursements, 

officers. Criminal Investigation Branch 6,016 79 

Less costs recovered 2,191 65 



3,825 14 
Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc., services 237 25 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., accessories, 
27.27; Allatt Machine & Tool Co., suoplies and repairs, 136.09; Aluminum 
Last & Metal Foundrv, accessories, 15.00; Walter Andrews, Ltd., accessories, 
9.92; Artcraft Top & Trimming Co., curtains, 54.25; Auto Electric Service Co., 
repairs, 4.20; Automobile & Supply, Ltd., repairs, 60.76; Barnes Battery & 
Ignition Co., repairs, 15.59; Barrett Co., Ltd., garage accessories, 3.85; Boeckh 
Co., Ltd., garage brushes, 3.13; British American Oil Co., Ltd.. gasoline and 
oil, 1,044.61; W. R. Brock Co., Ltd., motor rugs, 21.00; R. C. Burnham, repairs, 
240.35; S. F. Bowser Co., Ltd., repairs to gas. pump, 16.76; Canadian Liquid 
Air Co., oxA-gen, 22.61; Canadian General Electric Co., tungar bulb, 7.50; 
Consumers' Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline and oil, 682.85; Cozens Spring Service Co., 
repairs. 88.74; A. Cross & Co., accessories, 109.31; Jas. Crow Co., Ltd., repairs, 
6.00; Cutten & Foster, Ltd., repairs, 13.00; Dominion Oil, Ltd., gasoline and 
oil, 212.20; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., tires and tubes, 383.47; 
Electro-Batteries, accessories and repairs, 51.40; Gabriel Snubbers Sales & Service 
Co., repairs, 53.60; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., accessories, 23.69; Geo. 
W. Grant & Co., repairs, 459.60; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., accessories, 22.26; 
Geo. Green Welding Co., repairs, 48.40; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., tires 
and tubes, 291.94; Harpham Brothers, accessories, 315.00; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Ltd., accessories, 30.23; Islington Motors, auto parts, 10.00; H. M. Kipp Co., 
Ltd., accessories, 3.89; Langlevs, Ltd., cleaning, 17.00; W. H. Lee, Ltd., acces- 
sories, 105.93; McColl Brother's, Ltd., gasoline and oil, 239.75; Mixtrol Oil Co.. 
oil, 10.12; Moore & Hughes, Ltd.. accessories, 19.62; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., 
Ltd., gasoline, 75.25; National Automotive Parts, accessories, 79.15; North 
Toronto Brake Service Co., repairs, 136.47; E. V. Powell Rubber Co., tires and 
tubes, 434.38; Reliable Tire & Vulcanizing Co., repairs, 76.75; Rice Lewis & 
Son, Ltd., garage accessories, 14.10; See & Duggan, Ltd., accessories, 2.99; 
Shell Co. of Canada, Ltd., gasoline and oil, 706.30; Solar Products Co., garage 
accessories, 21.50; Stewart-Warner Products Service Station, accessories, 52.79; 
Toronto Auto Accessories, Ltd., accessories, 282.35; Toronto Auto Wreckers, 
parts, 15.00; Toronto Battery service, repairs, 87.47; Toronto Brake Service, 
repairs, 64.69; Toronto Motor Car Co., Ltd., parts, 9.66; Trelco, Ltd., acces- 
sories, 27.95; Timkin Roller Bearing Co., accessories, 2.37; R. C. Todd & Co., 



Carried forward 994,513 60 



1926-27 ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT D 19 

Brought forward 994,513 60 

Ontario Provincial Police Force, District Disbursements — Continued 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs — Continued 

accessories, 3.93; United Motors Service, Incorporated, accessories, 111.81; 
Veterans' Cleansers Supply Co., garage accessories, 59.34; W. C. Warburton & 
Co., accessories, 7.67; C. C. Wakefield & Co., Ltd., oil, 111.13; White & Thomas, 
Repairs, 135.55; W. J. Wilson, painting, 30.00; Willys-Overland Sales Co., 
Ltd., touring car, 2,995.00; Bank St. Garage, repairs, 25.87; W. H. Boyd, Act.- 
Insp. Automobiles, Headquarters Garage, disbursements, 735.58; Ontario 
Battery Service, repairs, 10.00 11,195 94 

Less refund — Labour re Thibedeau 181 16 

Cancelled cheque, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 5 00 

, 186 16 



11,009 78 



Uniforms and Equipment. — J. & A. Aziz, sweaters, 124.00; Beal Brothers, Ltd., 
belts, 39.75; A. R. Clarke & Co., Ltd., mitts, etc., 104.67; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
Uniform, 40.00; Gendron Penetang Shoepack Mfg. Co., shoepacks, 131.52; 
Muir Cap Co., Ltd., police caps, 526.25; D. Pike Co., Ltd., revolver repairs, 
38.00; Rex Tailoring Co.. Ltd., uniforms, 3,764.00; Scythes Co., Ltd., slickers, 
60.48; Tower Cana lian, Ltd., sli;kers, 283.73; Tripp Alonzo, police batons, 
20.50; Williams Shoe, Ltd., police boots, 649.96 5,782 86 

Oflace Supplies and Equipment. — King's Printer, 3,159.17; J. M. Brayly & Son, 
railway guides, 7.50; Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada, inspection service, 
16.75; Canadian National Express, express charges, 133.54; Canadian National 
Railway, freight charges, .80; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 140.22; 
Canadian Pacific Express, express charges. 105.22; Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, 
telegrams, 120.83; Dstective Publishing Co., subscription, 2.05; Globe Printing 
Co., subscriptions, 18.03; Mail and Em:)ire, subscriptions, 12.00; Postmaster, 
postage, 200.03; Remington Typewriter Co., repairs, 1.15; Roneo Company of 
Canada, Ltd., machine and suoplies, 186.99; J. J. Taylor & Co., Ltd., changing 
combination (vault), 4.35; El. Tobin, newspaper subscriotions, 12.00; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspection service and repairs, 183.27 4,303 84 

Legal Fees.— J. Earl Lawson, 150.00; J. C. McRuer, 306.75; McHugh & McHugh, 

186.10 642 85 

Miscellaneous Payments. — Alberta Provincial Police, re Lalonde, 11.50; British 
Ameri;an Brewing Co., Ltd., re seized ale, 275.25; Manitoba Provincial Poli:e, 
re Bossenbury, 11.75; J. J. Monkman, petty cash disbursements, 7.75; R.C.M.P., 
Ottawa, re Cartier, 22.65; Department of Public Health, anahsis service, 
3,600.00; W. Wallace, secretary, grant. Chief Constables' Association, 300.00. . 4,228 90 

BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS 

Salaries ($14,508.06) 

Jas. Hales Chairman 7 months 3,791 62 

W. S. Din?man Vice-Chairman 7 " 3,500 00 

H. M. Dunn Secretary 8 " 1,133 33 

F. Newman Stenographer 6 " 600 00 

Ida Dudley " 7 " 64162 

M.Anderson « 7 « 64162 

R.E.Gray Messenger 7 « 408 25 

S. Bromley Provincial Inspector 7 " 1,400 00 

J.W.Gordon " « 7 " 1,34162 

JnoPitt « « 7 « 1,050 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,789.08) 
S. Bromley, 703.95 W. S. Dingman, 86.98; J. W. Gordon, 638.30; Jno. Pitt, 359.85 1,789 08 

Contingencies ($6,854.57) 

Temporary Services. — A. C. Charrbers, ofifice boy at 43.33 per mo., 303.25; M. 
Corbett, clerk-etenoerapher at 79.16 per mo., 554.12; G. Kernick, Junior Clerk 
at 91.66 per mo., 641.62; V. M. Leaman, stenoerapher at 65.00 per mo., 455.00; 

C. F. Moore, stenoc^rapher at 73.66 per rro., 515.62; E. Nicholl, stenographer at 
65.00 per mo., 455.00; F. Waizman, clerk-stenoprapher at 81.25 per mo., 568.69; 

D. y. Williarrs, stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 455.00; M. F. Williams, stenog- 
rapher at 77.08 per mo., 539.56 4.487 86 

Carried forward 1,041,266 83 



D 20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward . 
Contingencies — Continued 



1,041,266 83 



Miscellaneous. — Canada Law Book Co., subscription, Can. American Digest, 7.50; 
W. H. Hearst, legal advice re liquor exp. warehouses, 100.00; King's Printer, 
1,096.85; C. Roneo, pads, .50; Toronto Rly. and Steamboat Guide, subscription 
to Guide, 15.00; United Typewriter Co., typewriter, rental and inspection, 
210.27. Sundries: car tickets, 15.00; express charges, 38.81; freight charges, .75; 
newspapers and periodicals, 19.00; postage, 813.52; excise stamps, 3.00; tele- 
graph messages, 46.51 2,366 71 



DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN AND LOCAL REGISTRARS 

Salaries ($24,475.00) 



W. M. Charlton Brant 

H. J. Wallace " 

R. E. Clapp Bruce 

J. A. Y. Preston Dufferin 

I. D. Cameron Elgin 

J. S. Allen Essex 

W. B. S. Craig " 

Chester H. Wood Frontenac 

T. J. Rutherford Grey 

W. J. McClenahan Halton 

J. A. Kerr Hastings 

Chas. Seager Huron 

Robt. Johnston " 

D. E. Douglas Kent 

Alex. Saunders Lambton 

J. S. L. McNeely Lanark 

A. E. Baker Leeds and Gren ville 

W. P. Deroche Lennox and Addington 

E. J. Lovelace Lincoln 

E. Weld Middlesex 

C. C. Rapelje Norfolk , 

H. P. Innes " 

J. T. Field Northumberland 

Horace Bascom Ontario 

Peter McDonald Oxford 

Jas. R. Fallis Peel 

R. H. Hubbs Prince Edward 

F. H. Thompson Perth 

Geo. L Sherry Peterborough 

J. Bellanger Prescott and Russell 

A. J. Macdonell Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

J. McL. Beatty Renfrew 

A. T. Porter Victoria 

J. E. Cohoe Welland 

G. W. Ballard Wentworth 

A.C.Garden " 

G. T. Inch " 

T. J. Foster Algoma 

Keith Munro Thunder Bay 

F. Tasker Parry Sound 

C. E. Salmon Muskoka , 

T. J. Bourke Nipissing 

Chas. H. Mills Waterloo 

D. S. Bowlby " 

Chas. H. Hahn " 

J. C. Eccles Haldimand 

John McKay Simcoe 

J. D. Shipley Sudbury. 

T. J. Meagher Temiskaming 

W. H. Kingston Wellington 

W. L. Worrell Cochrane 



346 75 
328 25 
675 00 
675 00 
675 00 
112 50 
562 50 
675 00 
750 00 
600 00 
450 00 
187 50 
562 50 
675 00 
675 00 
675 00 
750 00 
600 00 
675 00 
500 00 
112 50 
562 50 
750 00 
675 00 
450 00 
600 00 
600 00 
675 00 
675 00 
675 00 
750 00 
600 00 
675 00 
800 00 
219 52 
286 98 
243 50 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
176 14 
22 75 
476 11 
600 00 
750 00 
150 00 
150 00 
300 00 
600 00 



Carried forward 1,068,108 54 



1926-27 ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT D 21 

Brought forward 1,068,108 54 

Grown Counsel Prosecutions ($29,657.70) 

Algoma, L. M. Frost, 366.80; P. Kerwin, 60.00. Brant, H, J. Macdonald, 364.50; 
Clifford Case, 248.60. Bruce, G. H. Sedgewick, 116.05; D. A. J. Swanson, 405.50. 
Carleton, W. H. Williams, 421.09; M. J. O'Connor, 197.20; G. F. Peterson, 
302.20; J. K. MacKay, 506.05. Cochrane, T. L. Monahan, 470.20; J. L. 
O'Flynn, 741.74; W. S. Brewster, 432.60. Dufferin, J. L. Island, 20.00. Elgin, 
J. M. Simpson, 160.12; G. A. Grover, 175.55. Essex, W. C. Mikel, 1,780.28; 

C. M. Garvey, 559.72; F. M. Field, 1,655.09. Frontenac, T. J. Rigney, 56.00; 
W. H. Williams, 547.94. Grey, T. H. Dyre, 20.00. Haldimand, H. Arrell, 40.00. 
Halton, W. I. Dick, 20.00; P. Kerwin, 325.35; Hastings, A. B. Cunningham, 
388.05; P. White, 770.30. Huron, Chas. Seager, 20.00; N. C. Macdonnell, 
183.75. Kenora, H. P. Cooke, 20.00; J. L. O'Flynn, 756.39. Kent, H. J. Mac- 
donald, 183.30; H. D. Smith, 20.00. Lanark, C. H. McKimm, 20.00. Leeds and 
Grenville, M. M. Brown, 20.00; E. F. Singer, 258.00. Lennox and Addington, 
U. M. Wilson, 40.00. Lambton, F. Willson, 20.00; J. K. MacKay, 271.40. 
Lincoln, E. H. Lancaster, 40.00; P. White, 553.80. Muskoka, Thos. Johnston, 
20.00; E. McN. Hand, 208.60. Middlesex, J. K. MacKay, 414.48; P. Kerwin, 
942.07. Nipissing, T. E. McKee, 40.00. Norfolk, W. E. Kelly, 117.25; F. D. 
Bogg, 166.15. Northumberland and Durham, T. L. Monohan, 329.85; M. B. 
Tudhope, 423.13. Ontario, J. F. Grierson, 20.00; J. K. MacKay, 416.25; 
Oxford, R. N. Ball, 40.00; Parry Sound, J. K. MacKay, 172.75; H. B. Morphy, 
233.80; M. K. Lennox, 98.10. Perth, G. G. McPherson, 20.00; P. Kerwin, 
103.20; F. L. Ward, 186.10. Peel, W. S. Morphy, 20.00; A. L. Shaver, 133.30. 
Peterborough, G. W. Hatton, 31.00; G. N. Shaver, 264.65; W. H. Williams, 
496.90. Prescott and Russell, F. W. Thistlewaite, 20.00; F. Regan, 457.25. 
Prince Edward, M. R. Allison, 20.00; C. AL Garvey, 252.03. Rainy River, 
F. Babe, 588.05. Renfrew, H. B. Johnson, 40.00. Simcoe, F. G. Evans, 22.90; 
Peter White, 693.75. Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, I. Hilliard, 235.00; 
J. G. Harkness, 40.00. Sudbury, R. R. McKessock, 301.37; A. C. Kingstone, 
287.00. Temiskaming, F. L. Smiley, 56.00; F. Regan, 191.45. Thunder Bay, 

D. J. Cowan, 445.87; W. F. Langworthy, 124.75. Toronto and York, W. S. 
Middlebro, 1,908.55; R. V. Sinclair, 2,813.38. Victoria, J. E. Anderson, 40.00; 
W. S. Brewster, 200.30. Waterloo, D. S. Bowlby, 20.00; E. McN. Hand, 251.55. 
Welland, W. S. Brewster, 350.20; McG. Young, 96.00. W^ellington, C. M. 
Garvey, 170.75; M. K. Lennox, 247.60. Wentworth, W. S. Middlebro, 441.95; 

P. White, 380.85; McG. Young, 356.00. York, McG. Young, 150.00 29,657 70 

General Administration of Justice in Counties ($285,438.87) 

County of.— Brant, 4,686.44; Bruce, 2,272.67; Carleton, 12,504.06; Dufferin, 
765.63; Elgin, 5,874.10; Essex, 13,077.05; Frontenac, 7,732.16; Grey, 3,406.06; 
Haldimand, 2,657.01; Halton, 5,160.00; Hastings, 3,796.58; Hamilton (Went- 
worth), 7,810.46; Huron, 3,352.06; Kent, 6,842.15; Lambton, 228.10; Lanark, 
3.058.74; Leeds and Grenville, 5,661.89; Lennox and Addington, 2,833.53; 
Lincoln, 3,539.84; Middlesex, 5,986.21; Norfolk, 3,616.66; Northumberland 
and Durham, 7,942.67; Ontario, 4,159.61; Oxford, 4,131.32; Peel, 1,855.78; 
Perth, 3,782.23; Peterborough, 3,591.29; Prescott and Russell, 2,518.79; 
Prince Edward, 1,861.14; Renfrew, 3,985.80; Simcoe, 4,756.73; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 44.30; Toronto, Toronto and York, 67,657.84; 
Victoria, 3,408.83; Waterloo, 4,752.54; Welland, 6,754.71; Wellington, 5,155.23; 
Wentworth, 10.919.07; York, 2,930.46 245,069 74 

Crown Attorneys, Salaries in Lieu of Fees. — J. S. Allen, Essex, 5,000.00; G. W. 
Ballard, Wentworth, 5,000.00; T. H. Dyre, Grey, 3,010.00; J. G. Harkness, 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 3,230.00; A. M. Judd, Middlesex, 6,000.00; 
W. S. Morphy, Peel, 1,700.00; J. J. Island, Dufferin, 1,400.00; J. M. Kearns, 
Wellington, 4,200.00; W. E. Kelly, Norfolk, 4,050.00; D. Holmes, Huron, 
2,352.52 35,942 52 

Miscellaneous. — Barber, Mapp and Mapp, audit of books, Rex vs Guild, 200.00; F. P. 
Brennan, travelling expenses, 41.20; accountable, 40.00; 81.20; A. G. Chisholm, 
legal services, 150.00; Disbursing Clerk, U.S.A., extradition expenses, 315.38; 
John Miller, accountable, 50.00; E. J. Murphy, copy of evidence, 68.65; A. G. 
Newall & Co., services reporting evidence, 129.03; Porter, Payne and Wills, copy 
of evidence, 100.00; R. W. Ralfe, copies of evidence, 298.05; O. B. Stanton, 
exam, writing, 75.00; H. O. Taylor, services reporting, 9.30; Young & McEvoy, 
services re poison alcohol, 2,950.00 4,426 61 

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Seals and Other Contingencies ($102.70) 
Circuit Guide & Publishing Co., copies of guide, 48.00; King's Printer, 54.70 102 70 



SHORTHAND REPORTERS 



Salaries ($24,000.00) 



Ernest Nield Court Reporter, Supreme Court of Ontario. . 12 months 

J.E.Henderson " " " " " 

J. Buskard " " " " 

R. N. Dickson " " " « " 

N. R. Butcher " « " " " 

Sidney W. Brown " " " " « 

Jno. Agnew " " " " " 

H.O.Taylor " " " " " 



12 n 


nonths 


3,000 00 


12 


« 


3,000 00 


12 


« 


3,000 00 


12 


u 


3,000 00 


12 


u 


3,000 00 


12 


u 


3,000 00 


12 


« 


3,000 00 


12 


(( 


3,000 00 



Contingencies ($1,287.80) 

Services Reporting.— H. M. Dewar, 8.00; L. M. Sagar, 20.00; M. Tichborne, 

16.00 44 00 

Travelling Expenses.— Tohn Agnew, 16.40; S. W. Brown, 35.50; N. R. Butcher & 
Co., 556.33; R. N. Dickson, 209.10; E. C. Foote, 120.42; J. E. Henderson, 
88.75; H. O. Taylor, 217.30 1,243 80 

County Law Libraries ($4,000.00) 

Brant. 111.11; Bruce, 111.11; Carleton. 111.11; Elgin, 111.11; Essex, 111.11 
Frontenac, 111.11; Grev, 111.11; Haldin^and, 111. 11; Hamilton, 111.11 
Hastings, 111.11; Huron, 111.11; Kenora. 111.11; Kent, 111.11; Lambton 
111.11: Lanark, 111.11; Leer's, 111.11; Lindsav, 111.11; Middlesex, 111.11 
Norfolk, 111.11; Northun berland, 1 1 1.11 ; Ontario, 111.11; Oxford, 111.11 
Perth, 111.11; Peterborough, 111.11; Rainv River, 111.11; Renfrew, 111.11 
Sault .Sto. Marie, 111.11; Siircoe, 111.11; Storn ont, 111.11; Sudbury. 111.11 
Teniskanine. 111.11; Thunr'er Bay, 111.11; Waterloo, 111.12; Welland 
111.12; Wellington, 111.12; York, 111.12 ' 4,000 00 

Typewriters and Other Ofi&ce Equipment for Judicial Oflacers. 

Registrars and Local Masters of Titles in Districts 

($1,191.00) 

ClifTe Printing Co., envelopes, 8.00: King's Printer, 573.01; Record Publishing Co., 
envelopes, etc., 34.25; Ren-ington Typewriter Co., typewriter, 75.00; repairs, 
etc., 2.50; 77.50; United Typewriter Co., typewriters, 498.24 1,191 00 



POLICE MAGISTRATES ($105,132.29) 
Salaries ($94,446.26) 

Elisha Adams Ventnor 8 months 

Haworth Atkinson Kemptville 214 " 

S. B. Arnold Chatham 12 " « 

Edward Arthurs Espanola 12 " 

S. Atkinson. Hailevbury 12 " 

" (clerical assistance) " " 

D. M. Bro^'ie .Sudbury 12 " 

Jes^e Bradford Lindsay 10^" 

J. R. Blake Gait 12 « 

J. W. Bradshaw Kingston 12 " 

J. D. Broughton Parry Sound 12 " 

A. B. Carsc alien Wallaceburg 12 " 

S. T. Chown Renfrew 12 « 

C. H. Clark OriUia 5^ " 

Daniel McGaughrin " ^ M " 

A. D. Creasor Owen Sound 12 " 

J. H. Campbell St. Catharines 12 « 

Frank Cook Midland 12 « 

J. E. Depew White River 12 « 



1,000 00 

312 50 

1,000 00 

1,899 67 

3,600 00 

300 00 

2,100 00 

1,050 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

1,920 00 

1,OCO 00 

2,500 00 

779 58 

461 83 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

400 00 

2,500 00 



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Salaries — Continued 

Douglas Davidson Mimico 12 months 

Helen D. Payne, Reporter. . " 12 « 

Hugh Falconer Shelburne 12 " 

W. H. Floyd Cobourg 12 « 

Howard Cover Coldwater 12 ** 

R. E. Gunton Simcoe 12 ** 

A. Hellyer Kenilworth. . .-. 12 « 

C. J. Hollands Fort Frances 3j4 " 

Henry L.Cruso " 8 « 

W. H. Hewson Penetang 12 " 

W. A. Hogg Collingwood 12 « 

G. L. Jarman Bancroft 12 " 

Compton Jeffs Barrie 12 " 

G. A. Jordan Minden 12 " 

William Joynt Ottawa 12 " 

J. A. Kinney Kenora 12 " 

J. T. Kirkland Almonte 12 « 

H. W. Lawlor Hawkesbury 12 " 

O. A. Langley Peterborough 12 " 

John L. Lloyd Northbrook 12 " 

J. A. Makins. Stratford 12 « 

" (clerical assistance) " 12 " 

J. C. Massie Dunnville 12 " 

C. F. Maxwell St. Thomas 12 « 

H. P. Moore Acton 12 « 

W. T. Malkin Bridgeburg 12 « 

F. W. Major Gore Bay 12 « 

Jos. G. Myers Bracebridge 12 " 

C. S. McGaughey North Bay 12 " 

John McCartney Wiarton 12 " 

D. G. McDonell Cornwall 6 J^ « 

John C. Milligan " 5^ « 

J. T. McKay Sault Ste. Marie 5 « 

Jno. McCormack Winchester 53^ " 

W. W. O'Brien Port Arthur 12 " 

J. J. A. Weir Kitchener 5}4 " 

J. J. O'Connor Port Arthur 12 " 

J. A. Page Brockville 12 " 

J. L. Patterson Ingersoli 12 " 

Wm. Palling Fort William 12 " 

R. H. Pronger Dryden 12 " 

C. A. Reid Coderich 12 « 

G. F. Ruttan Napanee 11 " 

Wm. Stewart Pelee Island 12 " 

W. A. Smith Kingsville 12 " 

Thos. Stoddard Coi)per Cliff 12 '' 

E. R. Tucker Cochrane 12 " 

" (clerical assistance " 12 " 

J. F. Vance Hamilton 12 " 

Chas. S. Woodrow Sarnia 12 " 

Frederick Watt Guelph 12 " 

Fred. T. Zapfe Parkhill 12 " 

H. E. Holland Pine Ridge 12 « 

Jno. J. Wilson Burks' Falls 6 « 

E. C. Saunders St. Thon^as 2J^ " 

Francis W. Walker Walkerton 10 " 

Andrew Elliott Sault Ste. Marie 7 " 

Norton H. Peterson Bruce Mines 1/^ " 

J. W. Walker Fort Frances 

W. P. Pilkey " 

Geo. Reid « 

F.J. Strain " 



Salaries, Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($11,686.03) 

Travelling Expenses.— E. E. Adams, 147.76; Ed. Arthurs, 158.45; S. Atkinson, 
993.80; H. Atkinson, 8.20; J. Bradford, 40.78; J. W. Bradshaw, 18.73; D. M. 
Brodie, 5.25; J. D. Broughton, 102.80; A. B. Carscallen, 4.50; S. T. Chown, 



1,850 00 
1,300 00 
800 00 
1,200 00 
1,046 40 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
609 59 
1,333 34 
500 00 
600 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
400 00 
350 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
300 00 
1,000 00 
200 00 
3,500 00 
1,187 50 
2,500 00 
500 00 
1,800 00 
600 00 
1,750 00 
1,166 67 
1,038 32 
723 63 
1,040 00 
723 63 
1,200 00 
640 83 
2,000 00 
1,187 50 
1,600 00 
800 00 
1,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,100 00 
300 CO 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,250 00 
300 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
600 00 
1,500 00 
600 00 
603 01 
208 S3 
1,875 00 
3.S4 93 
225 00 
29 50 
23 00 
4 00 
2 50 



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Salaries, Travelling Expenses and Contingencies — Continued 

188.26; G. H. Clark, 18.79; W. D. Creasor. 15.60; H. L. Cruso, 91.30; D. 
Davidson, 762.93; J. E. Depew, 487.30; A. Elliott, 82.25; H. Falconer, 113.10; 
VV. H. Floyci, 552.10; R. E. Gunton, 28.00; A. Hellver, 135.55; W. A. Hogg, 
74.45; G. L. Jarman, 383.10; C. Jeffs, 18.55; G. A. Jorrlon, 92.10; Wm. Joynt, 
47.65; T. J. Kirkland, 69.45; J. A. Kinnev, 9.53; O. A. Langley, 94.05; W. H. 
Lawlor, 3.22; D. McCaughrin, 17.50; John McCormick, 7.15; C. S. McGaughey, 
212.15; J. Macartney, 178.80; J. T. MacKav, "52.25; F. W. Major, 612.35; 
J. A. Makins, 30.60; J. C. Massie, 1,029.20; C. F. Maxwell, 121.35; W. C. 
Mikel, 7.00; H. P. Moore, 108.90; J. G. Mvers, 68.20; D. G. McDonnell, 15.05; 
W. W. O'Brien, 55.75; J. J. O'Connor, 1,278.25; J. A. Page, 23.55; J. L. Patter- 
son, 272.60; N. H. Peterson, 26.35; R. H. Pronger, 20.50; Geo. R. Ray, 133.50; 
C. A. Reid, 139.25; G. F. Ruttan, 10.00; Thos. -Stoddart, 322.05; E. R. Tucker. 
1,240.00; F. W. Walker, 385.05; C. S. Woodrow, 178.75; J. J. A. Weir, 86.60; 

J. J. Wilson, 29.55 11,409 80 

Miscellaneous.— Bell Telephone Co., tolls, 2.89; King's Printer, 220.34; North 

Bay Despatch, printing, 53.00 276 23 

Civil and Criminal Justice $1,114,657 90 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN DISTRICTS 

Audited as provided by 16 Geo. V, chap. 35. 

Algoma ($35,307.77) 
Salaries ($8,848.33) 

C. M. McCreath Sheriff 12 months 

C. M. McCreath Treasurer 12 " 

W. G. Atkin Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney .12 " 

T. J. Foster Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

Robt. Hearst Gaoler, Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 

Mrs. M. A. Hearst Matron, Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 

Dr. S. R. Fleming Gaol Surgeon 12 " 

William James Turnkey 12 " 

James Thompson " 11 " 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



Administration of Justice ($18,850.61) 

T. J. Foster, D.C.C., 110.48; W. Grainger (Crier), 
302.78; C. M. McCreath (Treasurer), 13,217.35; 
C. M. McCreath, sheriff, attending court, 190.00. . . 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($7,608.83) 
C. M. McCreath, Treasurer 



30,00; King's Printer, 
accountable, 5,000.00; 



Cochrane ($28,398.65) 
Salaries ($1,400.00) 

J. D. McKav Sheriff 12 months 

J. D. McKay Treasurer 12 " 

S. A. Caldbick Clerk of the Peace 12 " 



1,000 00 
400 00 
400 00 
600 00 

1,000 00 
200 00 
300 00 
900 00 
866 67 

3,181 66 



18,850 61 
7,608 83 



750 00 
400 00 
250 00 



Administration of Justice ($23,794.59) 

A. Depatie, constable, attending court, 2.50; B. Craik, constable, attending 
court, 2.50; King's Printer, 443.50; J. S. McKay (Treasurer), 14,303.59; 
accountable, 9,000.00; C. Pierce, constable, 2.50; W. L. Warrell, attending 
court, 40.00 23,794 59 

Fuel, Light and Water, etc. ($3,204.06) 

J. D. McKay, Treasurer 3,204 06 



Kenora ($16,878.27) 
Salaries ($4,573.00) 

J. H. Humble Sheriff 12 months 

J. S. Ladoucier Registrar and Clerk of District Court 12 " 

Robt. Nairn District Treasurer 12 " 

Edwin Walter Cox Gaoler 12 " 

Maud Frances Cox Matron 12 " 

Dr. S. S. Scovif Surgeon 12 « 

Harry R. Warner Turnkey 12 " 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 12 " 



1,000 


00 


700 00 


400 


00 


900 00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


900 00 


273 


00 



Carried forward 1,588,198 32 



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Kenora — Continu ed 

Administration of Justice ($8,476.92) 

H. P. Cook (Crown Attornev), salary, 1,970.00, allowance, 150.00; King's 
Printer, 147.26; J. S. l.adouceur, D.C.C., 17.00; Robert Nairn (Treasurer), 
3,092.66; accountable, 3,100.00 

Fuel Light and Water, etc. ($3,828.35) 

Robert Nairn (Treasurer), 3,328.35; accountable, 500.00 



Manitoulin ($8,826.73) 
Salaries ($4,266.00) 

J. H. Fell Sheriff 12 months 

W. F. McRae Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 

C. C. Piatt Registrar of Deeds and Master of Titles. . . 12 " 

C. C. Piatt Clerk of the District and Surrogate Court. 12 " 

W. F. McRae District Treasurer 12 " 

Jno. W. Griffith Gaoler 12 " 

Hilda B. Griffith Matron 12 « 

Geo. Petfield Gaoler, Killarney Gaol 12 " 

Administration of Justice ($2,379.14) 

King's Printer, 19.90; W. F. McRae (Treasurer), 2,359.24 

Fuel, Light and Water ($2,041.59) 

W. F. McRae (Treasurer) 



Allowance for Office Rent ($140.00) 

W. F. McRae, allowance 



Muskoka ($8,402.92) 
Salaries ($3,050.00) 

Jos. G. Myers Sheriff 12 months 

Thos. Johnson Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. .12 *' 

Chas. S. Salmon Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

C. E. Lount District Treasurer 12 " 

Duncan McDonald Gaoler, Bracebridge Gaol 12 " 

Alice McDonald Matron, Bracebridge Gaol 12 " 

Dr. P. B. McGibbon . . .Gaol Surgeon 12 " 

Administration of Justice ($3,698.60) 

King's Printer, 86.04; C. E. Lount, (Treasurer) 
C. S. Salmon, D.C.C., attending court, 8.15. . 

Fuel, Light and Water ($1,654.32) 

C. E. Lount (Treasurer) 



2,704.41; accountable, 900.00 



Nipissing ($19,257.31) 
Salaries ($7,829.50) 

Peter Groul.x Sheriff 12 months 

T. E. McKee Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 

T. J. Bourke Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

T. J. Bourke District Treasurer 12 " 

A. E. Ranney Gaol Surgeon 12 " 

J. W. Bourke Gaoler 12 " 

Mrs. J. W. Bourke Matron 12 " 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



Administration of Justice ($9,010.35) 

T. J. Bourke (Treasurer), 6,793.63; accountable, 2,000.00; T. J. Bourke, D.C.C. 
32.00; King's Printer, 184.72 

Fuel, Light and Water ($2,242.46) 

T. J. Bourke (Treasurer) 



Allowance for Office Rent ($175.00) 

T. E. McKee, Clerk of the Peace and District Attornev 



Parry Sound ($15,554.24) 
Salaries ($4,250.00) 

J. E. Armstrong Sheriff 12 months 

F. Tasker Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

W. L. Haight District Treasurer 12 " 



8,476 92 



3,828 


35 


950 


00 


250 


00 


600 00 


850 


00 


300 


00 


916 


00 


300 


00 


100 


00 



2,379 14 



2,041 


59 


140 


00 


750 00 


250 


00 


450 


00 


400 


00 


900 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 


• 

3.698 


60 


1,654 


32 


800 


00 


250 


00 


450 


00 


400 


00 


150 


00 


900 


00 


200 


00 


4,679 


50 


9,010 


35 


2,242 


46 


175 00 


750 00 


450 


00 


400 


00 



Carried forward 1,638,590 55 



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Parry Sound — Continued 

Thos. Keating Gaoler 12 months 

Mrs. Thos. Keating .... Matron 12 " 

Dr. M. H. Limbert Gaol Surgeon 12 " 

Jas. Hamar Gaoler, Byng Inlet Gaol 12 " 

Wm. J. Tait Turnkey 12 « 

Administration of Justice ($7,748.75) 

J. E. Armstrong (Sheriff), 5.00; F. Tasker (D.C.C.), attending court, 16.06; 
A. Greer (Crier), 2.00; W. L. Haight (Treasurer), 1,376.69; accountable, 
4,500.00; W. L. Haight, services as Crown Attorney, 1,700.00; King's Printer, 
146.50; R. E. Purvis (constable), 2.50 

Fuel, Light and Water ($3,555.49) 

W. L. Haight, Treasurer 



Rainy River ($17,721.93) 
Salaries ($6,512.80) 

W. A. Baker Sheriff 12 months 

N. L. Croome Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 

W. H. Pilkey Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

W. A. Baker District Treasurer 12 " 

Robert Bolton Gaoler, Fort Frances Gaol 12 " 

John Miller Turnkey 12 " 

Clara Bolton Matron 12 " 

James L. McGregor. . . .Gaoler, Atikokan Gaol 12 " 

J. R. Gilbert Gaoler, Mine Centre Gaol 12 « 

George Henry Caretaker, Fort Frances Gaol 10 " 

S. Henry Assistant Caretaker, Fort Frances Gaol ... 10 " 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



Administration of Justice ($6,451.93) 

W. A. Baker (Treasurer), 3,613.28; accountable, 2,600.00; 
181.34: W. P. Pilkey (D.C.C.), 57.31 

Fuel, Light and Water ($4,757.29) 

W. A. Baker, Treasurer 



King's Printer, 



Sudbury ($31,947.23) 
Salaries ($10,176.50) 

Alex. Irvin? Sheriff and Treasurer 12 months 

R. R. McKessock Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 

J. D. Shipley Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

W. H. Howey, M.D. . . .Gaol Surgeon 12 " 

Jno. Sullivan Gaoler, Sudbury 12 " 

Mrs. John Sullivan Matron, Sudbury 12 " 

Te.nporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



Administration of Justice ($15,907,19) 

W. S. Bissett, services as court reporter, 1,500.00; travelling expenses, 243.35; 
Florida Bouchard, traveliin'? expenses, 14.40; Alex. Irving (Treasurer), 
10 294.09; accountable, 3,700.00; King's Printer, 123.35; J. D. Shipley 
(D.C.C.), 32.00 

Fuel, Light and Water ($5,863.54) 

Alax. IrvinT Treasurer 



900 00 
200 00 
150 00 
300 00 
1.100 00 



7,748 75 
3,555 49 



750 00 
250 00 
600 00 
400 00 
900 00 
1,200 00 
300 00 
150 00 
300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
762 80 



6,451 93 
4,757 20 



1,150 00 
250 00 
450 00 
150 00 

1,000 00 
250 00 

6,926 50 



Temiskaming ($25,347.48) 
Salaries ($8,425.00) 

Geo. Caldbick Sheriff 12 months 

F. L. Sniley Clerk of the Peace 12 " 

T. J. Mea2;her Clerk of the District Court 12 " 

Jay Gould District Treasurer 12 " 

W. T. Joy Caretaker, Hailevbury Gaol 12 " 

D. R. Murrav Gaoler .' 12 " 

Mrs. A. E. Murray Matron 12 " 

Chas. W. Austin Turnkey 12 *' 

Jno. L. Maltby " 12 « 

Jas. Anderson " 12 " 

Dr. Gordon Jackson .... Surgeon 12 ** 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



15,907 


19 


5,863 


54 


1,000 00 


250 00 


450 00 


300 00 


960 00 


1,400 


00 


200 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,260 


00 


300 


00 


105 


00 



Brought forward 1,710,638 95 



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Brought forward 1,710,638 95 

Administration of Justice ($7,054.83) 

Geo. Caldbick (Sheriff), attending court, 20.00; Jay Gould (Treasurer), 5,339.65; 
accountable, 1,500.00; Wm. Joy (Constable), attending court, 10.00; King's 
Printer, 156.83 ; Thos. J. Meagher (D.C.C.), 28.35 7,054 83 

Fuel. Light and Water ($9,867.65) 

Jay Gould (Treasurer). 9.864.05: King's Printer, 3.60 9,867 65 

Thunder Bay ($39,664.80) 
Salaries ($8,455.33) 

N. Edmeston Sheriff and Treasurer 10 months 1,180 98 

H. Thompson Deputy Sheriff and Treasurer 2 " 219 02 

Keith Munro Clerk of the District Court 12 " 450 00 

W. F. Langworthy Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . 12 " 250 00 

Frederick Lasseter Gaoler, Port Arthur Gaol 12 " 1,200 00 

Dr. J. A. Crozier Gaol Surgeon 12 " 250 00 

F. Hebden Caretaker 12 " 720 00 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 4,185 33 

Administration of Justice ($21,493.35) 

N. Edmeston (Treasurer), 9,699.06; accountable, 3,000.00; N. Edmeston 
(Sheriff), 35.00; Geo. Hoose, services as engineer, 1,100.00; King's Printer, 
257.28; K. Munro (D.C.C.), 40.00; H. Thompson (Treasurer), 6,652.01; 
accountable, 700.00; H. Thompson (Sheriff), 10.00 21,493 35 

Fuel, Light and Water ($9,716.12) 

N. Edmeston (Treasurer), 7,249.83; H. Thompson (Treasurer), 2,466.29 9,716 12 

Provisional County of Haliburton ($200.00) 

A. W. Fleming Registrar of Deeds 200 00 

Administration of Justice Districts $247,507.33 

MISCELLANEOUS 
General Litigation ($1,828.34) 

Bain, Bicknell, White & Bristol, fees re Dom. Trust and Loan Bills, 587.14; Blake & 
Redden, re Smith vs. Attorney-General, 12.52; R. N. Butcher & Co., reporting, 
28.15; Hogg & Hogg, services, re Dom. Bills, 758.90, re King vs. Irwin, 12.00; 
Receiver-General of Canada, costs re King vs. Irwin, 422.38; Registrar, 
Exchequer Court of Canada, copy of evidence, 7.25 1,828 34 

Revision of Voters' Lists ($2,317.70) 

Audited as provided by 7 Geo. V, chap. 27, sec. 2, sub-sec. 6. 

Algoma, 19.59; Brant, 37.35; Bruce, 184.58; Carlton, 15.00; Cochrane, 31.55; 
Elgin, 11.00; Essex, 61.90; Frontenac, 33.90; Grev, 25.55; Haldimand, 29.60; 
Halton, 44.96; Hastings, 228.80; Huron, 219.40; Lambton, 84.30; Lanark, 86.87; 
Leeds and Grenville, 29.70; Lennox and Addington, 99.00; Lincoln, 26.80; 
Middlesex, 50.15; Muskoka, 30.60; Xipissing, 23.21; Ontario, 92.16; Oxford, 
11.00; Parry Sound, 29.25; Peel, 39.45; Prescott and Russell, 15.60; Perth, 
76.94; Renfrew, 38.80; Simcoe, 138.20; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 
75.37; Temiskaming, 55.81; Thunder Bav, 26.35; Victoria and Haliburton, 
20.58; Waterloo, 27.64; Welland, 126.60; Wellington, 84.60; Wentworth. 
26.20; York, 59.34 2,317 70 

Commissions and Sundry Investigations ($11,581.10) 

Freight Rates Inquiry. — R. N. Butcher Co., book covers, 20.00; Grip, Ltd., 
photostats, 611.85; A. W. Rogers, travelling expenses, 396.78; Alex. Stark, 
services and expenses, 723.49; J. R. L. Starr, legal services and expenses, 7,927.28; 
D. Wainwright, copies of tables, 95.00 9,774 40 

Bell Telephone Co. Inquiry. — R. A. Reid, on account of legal services, 1,700.00; 
travelling expenses, 61.70; J. Hope & Sons, printing and binding, 20.00; R. La 
Rose, typing, etc. , 25.00 1,806 70 

Grant and Allowance in Lieu of Travelling Expenses to Conference on 
Improving Laws, etc. ($500.00) 

W. R. Cottingham, 200.00; W. R. Falconbridge, 300.00 500 00 

Carried forward 1,783,653 37 



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Brought forward 1,783,653 37 

To Pay Defalcations in Accounts of Deceased Division Court Clerk, 
Grimsby, not covered by Fidelity Bonds ($236.17) 

A. G. Phipps, to pay accounts 236 17 

Compassionate Allow^ances ($2,774.98) 

M. Brennan, 1,200.00; Thos. Daugherty, 200.00; J. Pattullo. 250.00; Chas. Seager, 

1,000.00: E. C. Young, 124.98 2,774 98 

Revision of Statutes ($29,322.10) 

Honorariums.— Hon. W. N. Ferguson, 2,000.00; Hon. H. T. Kelly, 2,000.00; 
K. \V. McKay, 2,000.00: Hon. W. E. Middleton, 2,000.00; Hon. R. Smith, 
2,000.00; Hon'. J. G. Wallace, 2.000.00 12,000 Oa 

Extra Services.— E. Bayly, 2,000.00; A. M. Dymond, 2,000.00; W. B. Wilkin- 
son, 2,000.00 . 6,000 00 

Services. — Geo. Creighton, proofreader at 25.00 per wk., 745.84; P. .S. Golding, 
clerk, at 25.00 per wk., 579.16; W. H. McLeod, legal services, at 50.00 per wk., 
1,691.67: K. V. Stratton, legal services, at 50.00 per wk., 1,491.67 4,508 34 

Travelling Expenses.— K. W. McKay, 341.90; Hon. J. G. Wallace, 329.40 671 30 

Miscellaneous. — Ontario Press, Ltd., on account printing, 4,000.00; alterations 

and storage of paper, 2,139.46; car tickets, 3.00 6,142 46 

Miscellaneous Services ($48,560.39) 

STATUTORY 

Minister's salary and salaries not otherwise provided for. (See page D7 and 11) $9,050.04 

Allowance to County Judges ($57,402.41) 
9 Geo. V, chap. 26, sec. 5. 

His Honour Judge— Coatsworth, 2,600.00; Evans, 1.000.00; Macbeth, 1,300.00; 
Mulligan, 1,000.00; Stone, 1.000.00; Hardv, 1,000.00; Owens, 833.33; Scellen, 
415.00; Moore, 458.52; Ross, 1,000.00; Coughlin, 1.000.00: Lavell, 1,000.00; 
Sutherland, 1,000.00; Hopkins, 1.000.00; Deroche, 1,000.00; Lewis. 1,000.00; 
Elliott, 1,000.00; Chappie, 41.66; Dewier, 458.52; Stamworth, 498.00; Smith, 
70.47; Taylor, 1,000.00; Scott, 1,000.00; Dowslev, 1,000.00; Madden, 1,000.00; 
Campbell, 1,000.00; Hewson, 1,000.00; Mahaffv, 1,000.00; Valin, 1,000.00; 
Boles, 1,000.00; McGlade, 1,000.00; Thompson,' 1,000.00; Wallace, 1,000.00; 
Powell, 1,000.00; Justin, 1,000.00; Killoran, 1,000.00; Huvcke, 1,000.00; 
Constanineau, 1,000.00; McLean, 1,000.00: McLennan, 1,000.0'0; McNamara, 
1,000.00; Vance, 726.91; O'Reilly, 1,000.00; Kehoe, 1,000.00; Hartman, 
1,000.00; Kenney, 1,000.00; Swavze, 1,000.00; Hearn, 1,000.00; Livingstone, 
1,000.00; Spotton, 1,000.00; Caron, 1,000.00; Gauld, 1,000.00; Morson, 
1,600.00; Denton, 1,600.00; Widdifield, 1,600.00; Tvtler, 1,600.00; O'Connell, 
1,600.00 .' 57,402 41 

Ontario Election Act 
Expenses of General Election 1926 ($531,337.36) 
16 Geo. V, chap. 4. 
Clerk of The Crown in Chancery — Section 7 ($8,000.00) 

Services. — A. M. Dvmond, chief election officer, 1,000.00; M. R. Rice, clerk, at 

25.00 per wk.. 1.304.16 2,304 16 

Extra Services.— A. E. Baker. 300.00; C. S. Berthon, 300.00; R. Brown, 300.00; 
C. F. Bulmer, 1,000.00; A. M. Dymond, 1,000.00; J. Gould, 100.00; W. Harvey, 
200.00: D. H. McClear>', 300.00;' M. R. Rice, 200.00; W B. Wilkinson, 700.00. . 4,400 00 

Travelling Expenses.— A. M. Dymond, 248.45; W. B. Wilkinson, 57.60 306 05 

Miscellaneous. — Grand & Toy, stationer}-, 2.40; United Typewriter Co., rent and 
inspections, 47.00. Sundries: Interest on overdrafts, 3.42; excise stamps, .28; 
telegrams, 89.36; newspapers and periodicals, 12.00; postage, 227.84; C. F. 
Bulmer, accountable, 960.15; less accountable, 1926, 352.66 989 79 

Section 202 — Returning Officers' Fees and Expenses ($479,119.48) 
Electoral Districts.— Addington, 876.83; Algoma, 4,442.48; Brant, 2,753.42; 
Brantford, 4,052.79; Brockville, 3,609.80; Bruce North, 3,126.35; Bruce South, 
3,155.75; Carleton, 2,701.62; Cochrane North, 4,416.30; Cochrane, South, 

Carried forward 1,890,439 07 



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Brought forward 1,890,439 07 

Section 202 — Returning Officers Fees and Expenses — Continued 

6,413.22; Dufferin, 3,416.69; Dundas, 2,352.24; Durham, 4,151.15; Elgin 
East. 2,010.06; Elgin West. 2,829.54; Essex North, 2,863.79; Essex South, 
3,739.16; Fort William, 4,152.20; Frontenac-Lennox, 3,239.72; Glengarry, 
2,237.79; Grenville, 3,710.34; Grev North, 3,695.56; Grey, South, 3,548.47; 
Haldimand, 2,951.66; Halton, 2,586.52; Hamilton Centre, 5,419.50; Hamilton 
East, 6,003.42; Hamilton West, 4,797.88; Hastings East, 3,283.23; Hastings 
North, 3,412.55; Hastings West, 4,254.47; Huron North, 3,249.23; Huron 
South, 3,463.20; Kent East, 3,794.09; Kent West, 5,906.56; Kenora, 4,219.49; 
Kingston, 3,510.44; Lambton East, 4,696.07; Lambton West, 4,465.90; Lanark 
North, 3,238.75; Lanark South, 3,089.06; Leeds, 3,698.41; Lincoln, 2,659.20; 
London North, 3,771.52; London South, 4,092.38; Manitoulin, 2,905.31; 
Middlesex North, 4,091.86; Middlesex West, 3,727.66; Muskoka, 3,643.63; 
Niagara Falls, 3,993.01; Nipissing, 4,209.16; Norfolk, 4,139.36; Northumber- 
land, 4,554.82; Ontario North, 2,625.94; Ontario South, 4,801.76; Ottawa 
East, 3,700.21; Ottawa, North 4,084.69; Ottawa South, 4,754.55; Oxford 
North, 4,573.21; Oxford South, 4,434.07; Parry Sound, 3,657.25; Peel, 3,045.76; 
Perth North, 4,902.90; Perth South, 2,869.69; Peterboro Citv, 4,412.79; 
Peterboro, County, 3,645.44; Port Arthur, 3,980.20; Prescott, 2,493.24; Prince 
Edward, 3,516.99; Rainy Riyer, 3,376.42; Renfrew North, 3,598.31; Renfrew 
South, 3,803.03; Russell, 4,127.12; St. Catharines, 3,544.91; Sault Ste. Marie, 
6,362.84; Simcoe Centre, 4,882.69; Simcoe East, 6,346.19; Simcoe Southwest, 
5,135.46; Stormont, 2,910.42; Sturgeon Falls, 2,660.96; Sudbury, 1,043.83; 
Temiskaming, 5,201.14; Victoria North, 3,737.77; Victoria South, 3,984.78; 
Waterloo North, 6,939.76; Waterloo South, 5,579.76; Welland, 4,187.35; 
Wellington Northeast, 4,233.87; Wellington South, 5,383.46; Wentworth 
North, 3,646.20; Wentworth South, 5,342.45; Windsor East, 6,160.33; Windsor 
West, 5,560.87; Toronto— Beaches, 6,058.35; Woodbine, 5,808.54; Greenwood, 
5,724.10; Riyerdale, 5,772.50; Eglinton, 6,602.07; St. David's, 6,318.40; 
St. George, 6,600.78; St. Patrick, 4,846.58; St. Andrew's, 5,037.60; Bellwoods, 
5,815.35; Bracondale, 6,419.79; Doyercourt, 4,344.20; Brockton, 8,002.15; 
Parkdale, 5,258.85; High Park, 6,964.32; York East, 7,104.95; York North, 
4,285.44; York South, 6,837.68; York West, 6,745.61 479,119 48 

Election Board Expenses ($25,782.15) 

Counties.— Brant, 199.37; Bruce, 173.55; Haldimand, 230.75; Hastings, 107.00; 

Lambton, 131.00; Middlesex, 110.99; Renfrew, 83.19 1,035 85 

Districts.— Algoma, 3,492.38; Cochrane, 5,928.32; Kenora, 2,691.43; Manitoulin, 

954.03; Muskoka, 418.75; Nipissing, 1,905.66; Parry Sound, 1,943.74; Rainy 

River, 1.468.50; Sudbury, 2,215.50; Temiskaming, 1,466.21; Thunder Bay. 

2,261.78 ' 24,746 30 

Services and Expenses re Audit of Election Accounts ($18,192.98) 

C. A. Fitch, 1,000.00; E. A. Mockler, 91.50; W. J. McCaul, 96.75; J. Houston, 
124.50; M. Parkhill, 150.50; H. C. Edgeworth, 55.50. Sundry Accounts: 
Stationery, express, telegrams, 16,674.23 18,192 98 

Expenses of Election Trials under the Controverted Elections 

Act ($242.75) 
R.S.O. 1914, chap. 10, sec. 36, 86. 

Re Election Trial, Port Arthur, Hon. F. R. Latchford 28 00 

Re Bruce Trials— R. N. Dickson, reporter, 18.65; Clarence Bell, registrar, 104.10; 

Hon. Justice Rose, 46.00; Hon. Justice Fisher, 46.00 214 75 

Criminal Investigations ($10,039.88) 
R.S.O. 1914, chap. 23, sec. 18. 

Sundry persons: — Services and disbursements in connection with the administra- 
tion of j ustice 10,039 88 

Workmen's Compensation Board 

(4 Geo. V, chap. 25) 

Salaries of Board ($26,000.00) 

V. A. Sinclair Chairman 12 months 10,000 00 

H. J. Halford Vice-Chairman 12 « 8,500 00 

G. A. Kingston Commissioner 12 " 7,500 00 

Carried forward 2,449,816 31 



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Brought forward . . . . 

Departmental Assessments by Board ($2,259.42) 

Dept. of Game and Fisheries, 26.50; Lands and Forests, 1,583.34; Provincial 
Secretary, 79.50; Public Highways, 351.46; Public Works, 178.87; Agriculture 
39.75 2,259 42 

Special Services re Prosecutions ($1,915.70) 

16 Geo. V, chap. 35, sec. 14. 

S. J. Dickson, expenses, 55.70; W. C. Eddis & Sons, services, 1,500.00; F. G. Evans, 
services, 300.00; C. F. Moore, services, 60.00 

Probation Officers ($17,890.13) 

Judge Mott Chief Probation Officer 12 months 

O. St. G. Freer Chief Assistant Probation Officer 12 " 

A. Browne Assistant Probation Officer 12 " 

J. B. Grimshaw « " " 12 " 

J. A. Hyland " " " 12 " 

J. A. Netterfield « " " 12 " 

Muriel H. Bowen " " " 12 " 

M. Macdonald Investigator, Probation Office 12 *' 

Dr. Anderson Psychiatrist ' 12 ** 

B. Maddaford Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

L. Anderson Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

H. Robinson Clerk Stenographer 9 " 

Travelling Expenses.— O. St. G. Freer, 75.81; Judge H. S. Mott, 470.43 

Miscellaneous.— King's Printer, 249.62; United Typewriter Co., 119.27 



Sheriffs, to make up Income to $1,800.00 per annum ($6,936.05) 
R.S.O. 1914, chap. 16. sec. 41 and 8 Geo. V, chap. 20, sec. 8. 

J. H. Ebbs, 570.00; H. Endacott, 804.71; L. J. A. Hall, 140.34; M. Henderson, 
214.68; D. M. Jermyn, 675.39; D. H. MacLaren, 789.55; M. McConnell, 139.77; 
Wm. McGhee, 478.92; W. Tisdale, 625.02; A. E. Vrooman, 1,460.07; S. Webster, 
335.99; S. W. Wright, 701.61 

Statutory $662,830.99 



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Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney-General $2,479,317.61 



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Salaries ($33,591.63) 

R. Leighton Foster Superintendent of Insurance 12 months 5,200 00 

Frank Sanderson Consulting Actuary 12 " 3,600 00 

W. K. Colin Campbell Chief Inspector 12 " 3,800 00 

Oscar B. Henry Loan and Trust Company Auditor 12 " 2,700 00 

Wm. A, Cork Inspector 12 " 2,550 00 

W. J. Smelt Secretary' 12 " 2,000 00 

Howard B. Armstrong Head Clerk 12 " 2,400 00 

Chas. M. Peters Senior Clerk 12 « 2,000 00 

C. C. Johnson Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

J. M. Bruce Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1 ,300 00 

Jessie W. McGlashan Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

Mrs. Edith M. Beswick Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

Edna Hinch " " 12 " 1,200 00 

N. F. Blackburn Junior Clerk 11 " 641 63 

Elsie Francis Thompson.. . . Filing Clerk 12 " 1,050 00 

Jean A. Elliott Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

Contingencies ($11,857.95) 

Temporary Services. — E. Bean, junior clerk stenographer at 16.00 per wk.. 104.01; 
Z. ClifTe, clerk stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 936.00; M. Harris, stenographer at 
18.00 per wk., 234.00; J. St. C. Laird, junior clerk at 65.00 per mo., 487.50; at 
70.00 per mo., 315.00; H. C. Ness, auditor at 150.00 per mo., 1,350.00; Wm. 
Rhodes, office boy at 43.33 per mo., 86.66; M. Thompson, junior clerk steno- 
grapher at 68.75 per mo., 31.73; D. Wright, stenographer at 16.00 per wk., 832.00. 4,376 90 

Travelling Expenses.— W. K. C. Campbell. 390.63; W. A. Cork, 883.60; R. L. 
I Foster, 521.85; O. B. Henry, 468.85; C. C. Johnson, 179.80; H. C. Ness, 183.70; 
Dr. F. Sanderson, 67.90; W. J. Smelt, 153.38 2,849 71 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Sales Co., 23.11; Burroughs Adding Machine, 
Ltd., 25.95; Canada Law Book Co., 46.00; Carswell Co., 12.50; Wm. Charlton, 
20.00; F. Clithero, 36.40; Dominion Dept. Public Printing and Stationery, 12.00; 
W. H. Forgie Typewriter Co., 36.65; King's Printer, 1,556.92; C. & E. Lavton, 
11.06; Library Bureau of Canada, 1,863.50; Geo. M. Orr, 380.30; R. A. Pvne, 
11.85; Spectators Co., New York, 25.00; United Typewriter Co., 255.07. 
Sundries: Car tickets, 15.00; duty and brokerage, 1.00; express, 2.80; news- 
papers and periodicals, 74.40; telegrams, 157.75; petty disbursements 64.38... . 4,631 34 



Printing Annual Reports, etc. ($6,738.88) 
King's Printer 6,738 88 

Association of Superintendents, etc. ($100.00) 
R. Leighton Foster, Secretary, grant „.,......„ 100 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Insurance $52,288 45 



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Salaries and Contingencies 13 

Education: 

Public and Separate School Education Grants, etc 14 

Normal and Model Schools 33 

English-French Training Schools 43 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 46 

Museum 47 

Public Libraries 48 

Technical Education 50 

Superannuated Teachers 52 

Provincial and other Universities 52 

Belleville School for the Deaf 52 

Brantford School for the Blind 55 

Monteith Northern Academy 57 

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, Minister 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($60,818.03) 

A. H. U. Colquhoun Deputy Minister 12 months 

F. W. Merchant Chief Director of Education 12 " 

M. E. Saunderson Secretary to Minister 12 " 

J. R. Humphreys Chief Clerk 12 " 

Frank L. Woodley Head Clerk 12 " 

A. C. Paul " « 12 « 

N. A. Brown Senior Clerk 12 « 

Geo. Whitelaw Principal Clerk 12 " 



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T. J. Greene 

C. D. Creighton " 

C. W. Thompson " 

Thos. W. Aikens " 

John F. Clarke " 

Geo. Walton. . 
J. P. Clougher 

S. A. May " 3 

Gladys Dix Secretarial Stenographer 12 

Edith J. Brown Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

A. Macpherson " " " 12 

Winnifred M. Courtney. ... " " " 10 

Bertha N. McGee " " « 12 

E.Dennis " " " 2^ 

S. J. Ward Clerk 12 

Gladys M. Black Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

Kathleen P. Ryan " " " 12 

Jean G. Chidley Filing Clerk 12 

Kathleen Burns Clerk Typist 12 

E. I. Brown Junior Clerk 12 

A. M. Brown Senior Filing Clerk 12 

A. Humphreys Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

E. Trowell Clerk 12 



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6,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,600 00 

3,600 00 

3,200 00 

2,363 89 

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270 82 

1,300 00 

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1,200 00 

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1,400 00 

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Contingencies ($14,227.53) 

Temporary Services. — M. Higginson, clerk at 3.00 per diem, 594.00; E. A. Hum- 
phrey, stenographer at 3.00 per diem, 435.00; L. A. M. Lovekin, clerk at 3.00 per 
diem, 939.00; R. Marter, porter at 3.00 per diem, 939.00; C. W. McNally, clerk 
at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; L. G. Scott, junior clerk at 91.66 per mo.,824.94; Anna 
Watchorn, clerk at 85.00 per mo., 1,020.00 5,951 94 

Travelling Expenses.— A. H. U. Colquhoun, 1,556.56; F. L. Woodley, 21.80; 

F. W. Merchant. 1.429.52 3,007 88 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Sales Co., frames, etc., 28.12; S. E. Ashall, care 
of clocks, 17.68; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., service and repairs, 73.46; 
Canadian Annual Review Co., 24.00; Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 15.00; 
Canadian Review Co., books, 8.00; Dept. Public Printing and Stationery, 
Ottawa, postal guides, 17.50; Encyclopaedia Brittanica, books, 30.00; Field, 
Love «& House, inspections, 15.00; J. J. Gibbons, Ltd., photo prints, 39.00; King's 
Printer, 2,764.71; Thos. Nelson &Sons, books, 10.00; Remington Typewriter Co., 
ribbons, etc., 20.84; Royal Typewriter Co., repairs, etc., 17.35; Toronto Hvdro- 
Electric System, tickets, 21.00; J. J. Turner & Sons, flag, 9.76; United Type- 
writer Co., inspection and repairs, 631.17; Geo. Walton, services and repairs to 
clocks, 40.80. Sundries: Brokerage, 1.59; car tickets, 21.25; cartage, 33.50; 
express, 66.01; freight, .60; newspapers and periodicals, 225.25; postage, 
703.53: telegrams, 412.89; petty disbursements, 19.70 5,267 71 

Extra Services ($200.00) 

D. J. B. MacDougall, services 200 00 

Main Office $75,245.56 

Carried forward 75,245 56 



F 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. I 



Brought forward . . . 
PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL EDUCATION 



75,245 56 



Rural, Public and Separate 

Treasurer, School Board 
County of: Public 

Brant 21,215 07 

Bruce 63,914 99 

Carleton 50,634 64 

Dufferin 25,125 27 

Elgin 34,363 80 

Essex 40,840 85 

Frontenac 65,102 35 

Grey 62,940 67 

Haldimand 29,615 03 

Haliburton 30,046 21 

Halton 19,331 92 

Hastings 90,277 14 

Huron 55,777 54 

Kent 53,870 60 

Lambton 49,945 40 

Lanark 41,884 91 

Leeds and Grenville 89,368 34 
Lennox and Adding- 

ton 42,074 35 

Lincoln 38,187 21 

Middlesex 48,103 27 

Norfolk 34,637 49 



Schools, Counties, General Grants and Contingencies 
($2,096,451.07) 



Separate 



6,993 64 
4,153 05 



12,758 60 
5,020 98 
2,414 99 



4,022 82 

3,721 82 

2,945 31 

631 33 

1,026 00 

981 83 

654 33 

1,019 33 

1,392 49 

329 67 



Northumberland 
and Durham. . . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward .... 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry. . . 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wentworth 

Wellington 

York 

Contingencies: 
King's Printer. 



Public 

71,990 34 
44,206 97 
36,269 57 
34,856 20 
27,478 75 
44,796 17 
23,685 12 
22,319 56 
68,999 59 
80,815 15 

79.899 82 
38,312 92 
29,872 81 
58,171 12 

43.900 10 
45,488 02 

257,047 11 



Separate 

2,287 66 
454 50 



249 67 
4,921 15 
1,353 33 
2,912 38 



12,367 05 
2,487 99 

12,892 47 

914 16 

3,790 65 



254 00 
5,037 32 
1,546 33 



1,549 85 



Urban Public and Separate Schools, General Grants and Contingencies 

($115,422.92) 



Treasurer, School Board 
City of: 

Belleville 

Brantford 1 

Chatham 

Fort William 1 

Gait 

Guelph 1, 

Hamilton 7, 

Kingston 1 

Kitchener 1 

London 3, 

Niagara Falls 1 

North Bay 

Oshawa 1, 

Ottawa 4, 

Owen Sound 

Peterborough 1 

Port Arthur 

St. Catharines 1 

St. Thomas 1, 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 1 

Stratford 1 

Toronto 34 

Welland 

Windsor 3, 

Woodstock 

Treasurer, School Board 
Town of: 

Alexandria 

Almonte 

Amherstburg 

Arnprior 

Aurora 

Aylmer 



Public 


Separate 


761 40 


138 14 


,684 12 


290 90 


834 04 


214 52 


,216 22 


387 06 


828 63 


66 78 


,058 02 


295 28 


,297 50 


1,485 66 


,227 23 


313 04 


,316 23 


524 72 


,991 45 


586 21 


,151 93 


164 70 


592 17 


429 83 


,133 76 


103 77 


,653 63 




822 68 


54 43 


,096 86 


435 29 


995 16 


244 65 


,300 00 


293 17 


,066 63 


114 19 


985 61 


158 29 


,087 74 


462 71 


,114 96 


170 77 


,625 10 


5,011 30 


688 08 




,105 37 


1,244 60 


665 12 


54 43 


17 40 


144 94 


123 85 


49 95 


92 18 


114 80 


156 13 


138 92 


183 77 




153 65 





Public Separate 

Barrie 466 97 43 89 

Bowmanville 236 74 

Bracebridge 163 69 

Brampton 344 25 

Bridgeburg 210 75 

Brockville 542 83 107 44 

Burlington 227 63 

Campbellford 183 08 25 25 

Carleton Place 300 54 

Cobalt 180 00 153 07 

Cobourg 321 87 61 33 

Cochrane 125 02 

Collingwood 409 17 18 17 

Copper Cliff 188 54 

Cornwall 182 05 467 65 

Dundas 310 11 46 25 

Dunnville 241 15 

Eastview 121 38 

Elmira 183 27 

Ford 482 72 420 74 

Fort Frances 268 36 94 26 

Gananoque 173 43 72 35 

Georgetown 145 11 

Goderich 266 66 35 37 

Hailevbury 106 74 175 97 

Hanover 157 53 34 71 

Hawkesbury 39 86 

Hespeler 184 32 16 11 

Huntsville 196 51 

Ingersoll 319 21 36 58 

Kapuskasing 149 16 

Kenora 434 18 105 80 

Kincardine 145 68 

Kingsville 163 05 

Leamington 325 80 



Carried forivard {inside figures included) 2,271,828 60 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



F 15 



Brought forward 2,271,828 60 



Urban Public and Separate Schools, General Grants and 
Contingencies — Continued 



Treasurer, School Board 

Town of: Public Separate 

Lindsay 432 19 119 89 

Listowel 179 07 

Meaford 192 67 

Merritton 153 39 

Midland 575 65 

Mimico 350 25 

Napanee 212 25 

New Liskeard 170 78 

Newmarket 225 19 

New Toronto 294 55 

Oak^'ille 225 14 

Orangeville 189 96 

OrilHa 490 26 

Paris 279 02 

Parrv Sound 236 17 

Pembroke 391 42 

Penetanguishene 191 24 

P.S.S. 85 59 

Perth 176 22 

Petrolia 187 83 

Picton 215 44 

Port Colborne 381 92 

Port Hope 322 2,2 

Prescott 134 71 258 96 

Preston 285 06 115 23 





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18 


72 


68 
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252 


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Public 

Renfrew 176 16 

Riverside 137 77 

Rockland 223 43 

Sandwich 357 42 

Simcoe 310 00 

Smith's Falls 411 40 

St. Mar\''s 261 17 

Strathroy 185 48 

Sturgeon Falls 71 02 

Sudbury 299 45 

Thorold 223 46 

Tillsonburg 222 07 



Timmins. 
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Separate 
181 12 
119 40 



406 18 
312 42 
86 83 
609 80 
198 54 
360 01 
251 01 
210 92 
Wingham 172 59 

Contingencies: 

King's Printer 



217 


66 


87 
24 


43 
13 




384 
155 


58 
89 



409 34 
79 04 
82 20 
91 66 
96 58 

148 01 
33 93 
27 88 



14 30 



Urban Public and Separate Schools, Special Grants and Contingencies 

($73,944.37) 



Treasurer, School Board 
Citv of: 

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Brantford 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

Kitchener 

London 

Niagara Falls 

North Bay 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Sarnia 

Saulte Ste. Marie. . . . 

St. Catharines 

St. Thomas 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Welland 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Treasurer, School Board 
Town of: 

Alexandria 

Almonte ►. . . . 

Amherstburg 



Public 
352 00 
946 40 
388 00 

2,666 50 
396 00 
418 00 

4,221 67 
520 00 
580 00 

1,838 40 
500 00 

1,302 00 
573 60 

2,331 43 
356 00 
640 00 

1,935 00 
444 40 

2,192 35 
618 80 
462 80 
440 00 
16,074 86 
334 00 

1,483 00 
258 80 



18 00 
72 00 
84 00 



Separate 

52 80 
124 80 

94 80 
830 00 

32 00 
106 00 
656 80 
146 80 
169 60 
308 80 

48 00 
615 00 

44 00 



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84 00 
48 00 
90 00 



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Aurora 96 00 

Avlmer 81 90 

Barrie 332 40 30 00 

Bowman\alle 164 40 

Bracebridge 290 00 

Brampton 235 80 

Bridgeburg 148 80 

Brockv'ille 373 20 93 60 

Burlington 132 00 

Campbellford 108 00 24 00 

Carleton Place 174 00 

Cobalt 560 00 335 00 

Cobourg 153 00 42 00 

Cochrane 252 00 

Collingwood 282 00 24 00 

Copper Cliff 486 00 

Cornwall 198 00 180 00 

Dundas 211 50 36 00 

Dunnville 138 00 

Eastview 90 00 

Elmira 78 00 

Ford 361 77 213 60 

Fort Frances 654 75 55 00 

Gananoque 102 00 48 00 

Georgetown 108 00 

Goderich 186 00 24 00 

Hailevbur>' 283 00 190 00 

Hanover 146 40 24 00 

Hawkesbury 34 50 

Hespeler 132 00 24 00 

Huntsville 317 00 



Carried forward {inside figures included) 2,346,291 78 



F 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



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Urban Public and Separate Schools, Special Grants and 
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Kapuskasing 


211 80 


36 00 


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180 


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31 00 




Prescott 


108 


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168 76 


Kenora 


735 00 


75 66 


Preston 


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Kincardine 


108 00 




Renfrew 


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Kingsville 


132 00 




Riverside 


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Leamington 


174 00 




Rockland 


12 


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Lindsay 


297 60 


96 00 


Sandwich 


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Listowel 


96 00 
114 00 




Simcoe 


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00 
40 




Meaford 


Smith's Falls 


.. 308 


72 00 


Merritton 


102 00 


24 00 


St. Mary's 


.. 152 


40 


18 00 


Midland 


390 00 




Strathrov 


114 


00 




Mimico 


273 00 


36 00 


Sturgeon Falls 


205 


00 




Napanee 


156 00 




Sudbury 


782 


00 


656 66 


New Liskeard 


315 00 




Thorold 


186 


00 


84 00 


Newmarket 


198 00 


18 00 


Tillsonburg 


.. 132 


00 




New Toronto 


330 00 
156 00 
132 00 


'2400 


Timmins 


825 


00 
40 
00 


385 66 


Oakville 


Trenton 

Walkerton 


.. 272 
72 


72 00 


Orangeville 


96 00 


Orillia 


356 70 


66 66 


Walkerville 


.. 314 


40 


42 00 


Paris 


180 00 


24 00 


Wallaceburg 


.. 150 


00 


72 00 


Parr\^ Sound 


580 00 




Waterloo 


224 


40 


108 00 


Pembroke 


234 00 


204 66 


Weston 


204 


00 


19 80 


Penetanguishene 

" P.S.S. 


138 00 




Whitby 


108 


00 


18 00 


78 00 




Wingham 


78 


00 




Perth 


132 00 


48 00 










Petrolia 


123 60 












Picton 


110 40 


12 00 


Contingencies: 








Port Colborne 


261 00 




King's Printer 






431 48 



Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts, General Grants and 
Contingencies ($739,280.47) 



Grants: Public Separate 

Algoma 60,814 83 10,558 50 

Cochrane 53,438 00 25,768 00 

Kenora 33,645 00 2,595 00 

Manitoulin 32,725 25 715 00 

Muskoka 67,940 70 585 00 

Nipissing 43,101 50 25,410 00 

Parr\' Sound 95,005 50 640 00 



Public Separate 

Rainy River 44,217 50 2,107 00 

Sudbury 79,611 00 38,014 10 

Temiskaming 65,270 00 4,425 00 

Thunder Bay 51,655 70 1,013 00 



Contingencies: 
King's Printer. 



24 89 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants, Contingencies 

($109,286.50) 



Treasurer, County of: 

Bruce 2 

Carleton 

Frontenac 2 

Haliburton 3 

Hastings 3 

Huron 

Lanark 

Lennox and Addington 
Leeds and Grenville. . 

Peterborough 3 

Prescott and Russell. . 

Renfrew 10 

Simcoe 

Victoria 



Public 
,103 00 

157 10 
,657 00 
,636 00 
,555 30 

375 '66 

740 00 

25 00 

,275 00 

,035 66 
700 00 
300 00 



Separate 



84 00 



450 00 
1,425 00 



Trustees, School Board: 
Algoma 

1 Casgrain 

1 Dalton and Mills.. . 
1 Devitt 

1 Eilber 

2 Eilber 

2 Fenwick 

3 Tocelyn 

3 "Kendall 

3 Prince 

1 Twp. P.S. No. 43 . . 

3 Vankoughnet 

1 Wickstead 



Public 



Separate 
100 00 



132' 36 






100 00 




100 00 




300 00 


100 00 




294 00 






75 00 


700 00 




100 00 




20 00 




500 00 





Carried forward {inside figures included) 3,132,383 



09 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



F 17 



Assisted Publ 
Co 

Trustees — School Board Public 
Cochrane 
1 Calvert . . 


c and Separi 
ntingencies- 

Separate 

75 00 
200 00 
100 00 
500 00 


ite S< 
-Con 

Mu= 
1 
2 
1 
2 
4 
6 
8 
3 
5 
7 
9 
2 
4 
5 
6 
9 
1 
1 
6 
7 
7 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
3 
6 
2 
3 
5 
2 
5 
8 

10 
5 
7 
2 
5 
3 
4 

Nip 
3 
1 
2 

1 

4 

4 

5 

1 

2 

3 

3 

U 

3 

4 

5 

1 

nside 


Brought forward . . . 

:hools, Grants and 
tinued 

jkoka 

Baxter 

Baxter 

Brunei 


3,13 

Public 

283*95 
50 00 
40 00 
50 00 

150 00 
40 00 
50 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
40 00 
1,000 00 

100 00 
50 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 
50 00 

250 00 
50 00 
75 00 
75 00 
50 00 
75 00 

100 00 
50 00 

125 00 
75 00 

150 00 

266 'o6 

300 00 

266 '66 

100 00 
100 00 
200 00 

160 "66 

50 00 
100 00 


2,383 09 

Separate 
200 00 


1 Calder 

1 Cane 


200 


00 




Cochrane, Town of. . . 






(( 




1 Deloro 


400 
200 
200 
400 
200 
300 
200 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


« 




3 Eilber 






a 




1 U Eilber 






u 




1 Hanlan 






Chaffey 




3 Hislop 








2 Leitch 






« 




1 Playfair and Hislop 
1 Fauquier 






« 




200 00 
50 00 
50 00 
150 00 
100 00 
200 00 

150 00 

150 00 
250 00 
150 00 
125 00 
200 00 


Draper 

« 




1 Germain 








4 Glackmeyer 

5 « 






« 








Draper and Ryde. . 

Draper 

Freeman 

Macaulay 

« 




1 Haggart 

2 " 












* 


Iddington and 

Williamson 








Iddington and 






(( 




McRae 


Medora 

Monck 

Morrison 




Hearst, Town of 








1 Hislop 

1 Machin 














1 McRae 






« 




4 Mountjov 


200 00 


<( 




1 Nansen 


300 00 
200 00 

100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
75 00 
100 00 

200 00 


(( 




« 






Muskoka 




1 Newmarket and • 


250 00 




McCart 

2 O'Brien 


Oakley 

Hyde 




,3 " 






Ryde and Draper. . 

Stephenson 

« 




2 Shackleton 








1 Tavlor 








Williamson 






« 




1 Williamson and 


400 00 

350 00 
600 00 
100 00 
200 00 
500 00 
250 00 
150 00 
250 00 
429 60 
150 00 

200 00 

200 00 
50 00 
75 00 
75 00 
50 00 
116 25 
100 00 
50 00 

Cart 


« 




Owens 


Stisted 




Kenora 
1 Britton and Wain- 
wright 


Watt 




Wood 




(( 




2 Britton & Rowell... 








tssing 

Airy 

Badgerow 




Dravton 








1 Ingolf 








1 Jaffrav & Melick. . . 








1 Hudson 








1 McDougalls Mills. . 






50 06 


(( 




1 Osaquan 








Boyd 

Bonfield, Town of. . 

I Bonfield 

Buck 

Caldwell 




2 Sandford 








1 Smith 






300 66 


Southworth and 
Hartman 






200 00 
635 00 








200 00 


Manitoulin 
1 Carlvle 


Cameron 

« 




7 Carnarvon 






(( 




2 Dawson 






Casey 

I Chisholm 

Chisholm 


750 00 


5 Gordon 






300 00 


7 Howland 






100 00 


1 Robinson 








2 " 






(( 




3 Sandfield 






Crerar 

figures included) 






ted foi 


'ward (i 






3.151.692 89 



F 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 3 151,692 89 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants and 
Contingencies — Continued 



Trustees — School Board 
Nipis-ing — Continued 

1 Deacon 

1 Field and Bastedo. . 

1 Hunter 

3 Lyell 

1 Mattawan 

2 « 

2 McPherson 

2 Papineau 

3 " 

1 Peck 

1 Pentland 

1 Phelps 

2 " 

1 Sabine 

2 « 

1 Stewart 

2 Widdifield 

3 " 

5 " 

6 " 

7 " 

Parr>^ Sound 

7 Armour 

1 Burpee and 

Ferguson 

3 Bethune 

5 Carling 

6 Chapman 

2 Conger 

2 Croft 

3 Foley 

3 Hagerman and 

Croft 

5 Hagerman 

1 Hardy 

1 Himsworth South. . 

6 Humphrey 

Kearney, Town of. . 

1 Laurier 

2 Lount 

2 McConkey and 

Wilson 

6 McKellar 

3 Machar 

5 McMurrich 

2 Nipissing & Girard. 

5 Nipissing 

6 « 

3 Pringle&Gurd 

5 Perry 

7 « 



Public Separate 

200 00 

600 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

250 00 

300 00 

100 00 

100 00 

250 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

50 00 

100 00 

300 00 

75 00 

100 00 

300 00 

100 00 

50 00 



75 00 



Rainy River 
1 Atikokan . . . 

1 Dance 

2 Devlin 

1 Farrington . . 
1 Flanders. . . . 

1 Foley Mines. 

2 Kingsford. . . 

5 Lash 

1 Pratt 



75 00 
100 00 

50 00 

50 00 
465 37 

75 00 
198 10 

100 00 
100 00 
600 00 
50 00 
180 00 

'5606 
75 00 

100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

150 00 

566 06 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

75 00 



500 00 
150 00 
250 00 
150 00 
150 00 
500 00 
150 00 
600 00 
200 00 



125 00 



50 00 



Rainy River — Continued 
13 Potts 

2 Nelles 

1 Morson 

2. « 

Rainy River, Twn. of 
1 Rainy Lake 

3 Sifton & Stewart. . . 
1 Spohn 

1 Sutherland 

2 " 

1 Tovel 

Sudbury 

2 Baldwin 

2 Blezard & Hanmer. 

1 Bolkow 

1 Burwash 

Capreol, Town of. . 
1 Capreol & Hanmer. 

1 Cosbv 

2 Dill.' 

3 " 

2 Dunnett 

9 Drury 

1 Foleyet 

3 Gar^^on 

5 " 

2 Hagar 

3 Hagar & Appleby. . 
4 
2 Lome 

2 Louise & Lome. . . . 

3 " " 
Township 27 

« 19 

1 Lumsden 

2 Martland 

3 " 

3 Merritt 

4 " 

2 Neelon 

1 Noble 

1 Norman 

1 Penhorwood 

3 Snider 

1 Shakespeare 

1 Shedden 

Sioux Lookout 



Thunder Bay 

1 Blake 

1 Crooks 

1 Bucke 

2 Gillies 

1 Long Lac .... 
1 MacDiarmaid. 

3 Mclntvre. . . . 

4 McTavish .... 
Nakina 

1 Paipoonge 

1 Pearson 

lb Stirling 

1 Stirling 



1 Public 


Separate 


300 00 




250 00 




200 00 




200 00 




300 00 


200 00 


150 00 




100 00 




150 00 




200 00 




500 00 




150 00 






50 00 




100 00 


200 00 






50 00 


8,750 00 




225 00 






200 00 


75 00 




75 00 






50 00 


75 00 




150 00 




3,125 00 


^ 


250 00 




100 00 


100 00 


100 00 




250 00 




400 00 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 






50 00 


50 00 






50 00 


100 00 




75 00 






3,000 00 




200 00 


600 00 




50 00 




150 00 




100 00 






100 00 




400 00 


1,050 00 




171 00 




500 00 




216 00 




200 00 




600 00 






100 00 


600 00 






300 00 


284 40 




300 00 




180 00 




270 00 





Carried forward {inside figures included) 3,188,882 76 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



F 19 



Brought forward 3,188,882 76 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants and 
Contingencies — Continued 



Thunder Bay — -Continued 

Public 

Sterling 300 00 

Sibley 500 00 

Scoble 676 05 

Ware and Dawson . 300 00 
Lyon and Stirling. . 300 00 



Separate 



Temiskaming 

1 Beauchamp 300 00 

4 Bucke 325 00 

4 Casey 

5 " 185 00 



150 00 



Temiskaming — Continued 

3 Chamberlain 

Cobalt, Town of . . . 
Firstbrook 



Public 
178 40 



Separate 



15,000 00 
50 00 



Harley 

Lorrain 

Marter 

Moosonee 1,000 00 

1 Sharpe 200 00 



85 00 
100 00 
200 00 
679 92 



Contingencies: 
King's Printer. 



200 00 



18 76 



Special Grants to Assisted Schools ($780.24) 

"Ragged Rapids and Swift Rapids Schools, 500.00; Tarentorus Township School 
Board, 280.24 



780 24 



Grants to Rural and Urban Schools affected by Unassessed 
Ground Property ($2,183.04) 

Treasurer, Public School Boards. — 1 Clinton and Louth, 250.00; Elizabeth Town- 
ship, 100.00; 1 Guelph, 75.00; 4 N. Marssburg, 22.65; Penetanguishene, 
1,000.00; 3 Westminster, 250.00; Whitby, 485.39 2,183 04 



Rural School Libraries, Grants and Contingencies ($11,940.04) 



Grants — Counties Public Separate 

Brant 127 46 

Bruce 605 40 

Carleton 159 89 

Dufferin 173 19 

Elgin 277 52 

Essex 265 60 

Frontenac 160 44 

Grav 273 11 

Haldimand 219 99 

Haliburton 22 64 

Halton 102 23 

Hastings 317 33 

Huron 259 33 

Kent 318 87 

Lambton 253 54 

Lanark 356 46 

Leeds and Grenville. . 376 41 

Lennox & Addington. 154 77 

Lincoln 310 28 

Middlesex 287 47 

Norfolk 80 62 

Northumberland and 

Durham 387 14 

Ontario 176 95 

Oxford 157 32 

Peel 143 62 7 20 

Perth 113 54 57 27 

Peterborough 383 65 24 42 



102 
30 


46 
79 




35 
68 
42 


48 
28 
11 






14 
55 
23 


48 
48 
00 


IS 
8 

7 


36 
64 
20 


24 


67 




9 03 



Grants — Counties 

Prescott & Russell . . . 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont.Dundas and 

Glengarry 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



Districts 

Algoma 

Cochrane. . . . 

Kenora. 

Manitoulin. . . 
Muskoka. . . . 
Nipissing. . . . 
Parry Sound . 
Rainy River. . 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming. 
Thunder Bay. 



Public 
76 91 
101 96 
181 95 
256 32 

514 76 
108 68 
214 33 
223 06 
292 70 
288 11 
788 20 



Separate 



126 14 
23 02 

70 24 

'6i'4i 

'3512 

'i7'24 



136 81 




87 90 


96 21 


26 14 




101 49 




114 77 




55 64 


14 71 


88 99 




108 32 


26 17 


326 82 


120 28 


72 23 


45 03 


84 74 


19 36 



Contingencies: 
King's Printer. 



43 64 



Public, Separate and Continuation Schools, Cadet Corps, 
Grants and Contingencies ($13,931.37) 

Public School Board.— Arthur, 50.00; Aylmer, 50.00; Barrie, 150.00; Belleville, 
250.00; Bowmanville, 50.00; Brampton, 100.00; Brockville, 150.00; Brussels, 



Carried forward {inside figures included) ». 3,224,534 2 1 



F 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 3,224,534 21 

Public, Separate and Continuation Schools, Cadet Corps, 
Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Public School Board — Continued 

50.00; Campbell ford, 50.00; Chatham, 150.00; Cobourg, 50.00; Cornwall, 
50.00; Dr>'den, 50.00; Dundas, 50.00; Fort Frances, 50.00; Guelph, 100.00; 
Hallville, 50.00; Hamilton, 1,250.00; Havelock, 100.00; Keewatin, 50.00; 
Kenora, 50.00; Kingston, 350.00; Iroquois Falls, 50.00; Little Britain, 50.00; 
London, 950.00; Meaford, 50.00; Millbrook, 100.00; Mimico, 50.00; S.S. 2, 
Neelon, 50.00; Niagara Falls, 200.00; Orangeville, 50.00; Ottawa, 850.00; 
Paris, 50.00; Parrv Sound, 50.00; Peterborough, 300.00; Port Arthur, 200.00; 
Port Hope, 50.00; St. Catharines, 350.00; St. Marv's, 50.00; St. Thomas, 
250.00; Stratford, 250.00; Sudbury, 50.00; Toronto, 3,650.00; Trenton. 100.00; 
Walkerton, 50.00; Walkerville, 100.00; Waubaushene, 50.00; Westboro, 150.00; 
Wheatley, 50.00; Windsor, 400.00; Woodbridge, 50.00; York, 50.00 11,900 00 

Separate School Board.— Hamilton, 650.00; London, 50.00; Toronto, 1,300.00. . 2,000 00 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 31 37 

Kindergarten Schools ($11,206.20) 

Grants.— Avlmer, 52.00; Barrie, 112.00; Brantford, 312.00; Bridgeburg, 72.00; 
Chatham, 252.00; Cobourg, 72.00; Colling\vood, 40.00; Dunnville, 28.00; Dur- 
ham, 40.00; Essex, 96.00; Ford, 104.80; Forest Hill, 20.00; Fort William, 222.00; 
Gait, 150.00; Goderich, 40.00; Grimsby, 40.00; Guelph, 150.00; Hamilton, 
1,111.20; Hanover, 56.00; Hespeler, 40.00; Ingersoll, 72.00; Kingston, 120.00; 
Kingsyille, 40.00; Kitchener, 258.00; Leamington, 28.00; Leaside, 1.20; London, 
660.00; Lucknow, 20.T)0; New Liskeard, 20.00; Niagara Falls, 180.00; North 
Bay, 54.00; Oshawa, 24.00; Ottawa, 618.20; Owen Sound, 180.00; Paris, 54.00; 
Pembroke, 120.00; Peterborough, 144.00; Picton, 28.00; Port Arthur, 108.00; 
Prescott, 40.00; Preston, 72.00; Renfrew, 40.00; Ripley, 18.00; Riverside, 32.00; 
Rockcliffe, 30.00; St. Catharines, 228.00; Sandwich, 20.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 
194.40; Seaforth, 40.00; Simcoe, 40.00; Southampton, 40.00; South Porcupine, 
60.00; Stratford, 106.00; Swansea, 51.20; Thorold, 60.00; Tillsonburg, 40.00; 
Timmins, 104.00; Toronto, 2.868.00; Walkerville, 84.00; Waterloo, 72.00; Wei- 
land. 60.00; Westboro, 84.00; Whitby, 169.60; Windsor, 510.00; Woodroflfe, 
30.00; York, 373.60 11,206 20 

Night Schools ($3,830.34) 

Grants.— Barwick, 300.00; Coniston, 135.00: Mount Dennis, 454.50; Port Col- 
borne, 373.34; Toronto, 2,567.50 3,830 34 

Consolidated Schools ($51,050.13) 

Grants.— 5 Assiginack, 250.00; BarwicV, 1,143.40; Burriss, 2,042.00; Bvng Inlet, 
702.15; Chaffy, 550.00; Charlton, 1,451.08; Dorion, 2,172.50; Falls View, 1,725.00; 
Gooderham, 2,300.81; Grantham, 915.40; Grant, 414.66; Guelph, 115.36; Hud- 
son, 1,303.46; Katrine, 1,092.22; MacDonald, 847.50; Mallorvtown, 188.25; 
Mindemova, 1,440.55; Morlev, 2,151.40; Nipigon, 1,833.70; Noble, 2,000.00; 
North iMountain, 2,536.73; Pointe Au Baril, 1,368.20; Quibell, 8,995.47; Savard, 
2,335.11; Sundridge, 934.00; Tamworth, 2,233.78; Tweed, 2,885.05; Uxbridge, 
60.00; Wellington, 2,255.00; West Guilford, 1,127.60; Wilberforce, 1,679.75 51,050 13 

Agricultural and Horticultural Grants and Contingencies 
($114,546.56) 

Ungraded Public Schools.— Teachers, 51,745.01; School Board, 9,390.18 61,135 19 

Graded Public Schools.— Teachers, 20,729.55; School Board, 6,242.88 26,972 43 

Ungraded Separate Schools.— Teachers, 1,748.00; School Board, 358.97 2,106 97 

Graded Separate Schools.— Teachers, 4,425.89; School Board, 1,826.07 6,251 96 

Inspectors.— Public Schools, 16.987.00; Separate Schools, 740.00 17,727 00 

Contingencies.— Express, .75; Prof. J. E. Howitt, 20.00; King's Printer, 306.90; 
MacMillan Co., Ltd., book, 2.00; newspapers and periodicals subscription, 
2.00; Remington Typewriter Co., 18.00; United Press, Ltd., books, 3.36 353 01 

Carried forward 3,419,098 81 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



F 21 









Brought forivard . . . 


3,419,098 81 


Industrial Arts, M 


anual Training and Household Science 






Grants a 


nd Contingencies ($35,666.63) 






Public Schools 


Grants 


Teachers 




Grants 


Teachers 


Algoma 


48 80 


80 00 


Peterborough 


389 82 


676 00 


Brant 


190 50 


355 00 


Prescott and Russell.. 


32 00 


75 00 


Bruce 


341 23 
206 20 


586 00 
432 00 


Prince Edward 

Rainv River 


149 10 
35 00 


290 00 


Carleton 


40 00 


Cochrane 


93 76 
264 90 


167 50 
534 00 


Renfrew 

Simcoe 


351 61 
640 51 


667 50 


Dundas 


690 00 


DufFerin 


12 85 


25 00 


Stormont 


34 95 


150 00 


Essex 


182 78 
108 30 


165 00 
203 00 


Sudbury 

Temiskaming 


43 00 
61 01 


50 00 


Frontenac 


152 50 


Grenville 


12 00 


17 50 


Thunder Bav 


118 50 


222 50 


Grev 


306 49 


503 00 


Victoria 


40 00 


79 50 


Haldimand 


44 80 


132 50 


Waterloo 


90 00 


120 00 


Haliburton 


253 24 
452 42 


284 50 
1,380 00 


Welland 

Wellington 


280 78 
723 00 


585 00 


Hastings 


1,455 00 




49 38 
112 07 


178 50 
175 00 


Wentworth 

York 


2,265 35 
307 86 


3,753 00 


Huron 


615 50 


Kent 


75 00 


171 00 








Lambton 


117 55 
264 63 


140 00 
854 00 


Separate Schools 

Bruce 


84 86 




Lanark 


114 50 


Leeds 


10 86 


25 00 


Grev 


23 93 


100 00 


Leeds and Grenville. . 


465 43 


745 00 


Hastings 


20 00 


25 00 


Lennox 


53 00 
365 00 


86 00 
395 00 


Huron 

Kent 


10 95 
20 00 


25 00 


Lincoln 


25 00 


Middlesex 


343 67 


528 00 


Northumberland and 






Muskoka 


167 92 


180 00 


Durham 


30 00 


75 00 


Nipissing 


143 95 


303 00 


Oxford 


20 00 


25 00 


Norfolk 


9 50 


25 00 


Perth 


46 95 


63 50 


Northumberland. . . . 


530 65 


1,084 50 


Peterborough 


77 92 


88 00 


Ontario 


461 17 


670 00 


Simcoe 


100 00 


125 00 


Oxford 


343 41 


590 00 


Victoria 


20 00 


25 00 


Parry Sound 


166 45 


285 00 


Waterloo 


210 00 


240 00 


Peel 


201 76 


393 50 


Wellington 


33 00 


50 00 




212 36 


371 50 


York 


32 00 


95 00 



CORRESPONDENCE COURSES AND COURSES BY ITINERANT TEACHERS 
FOR PUPILS IN ISOI ATED DISTRICTS. INCLUDING 
SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT ($12,794.97) 

Myra D. Ford Teacher 

F. G. Sloman " 

W. H. McNallv " 

Lillian McBride " 

Marguerite E. Holmes " 

Jean M. Smith Stenographer 



12 months 


1,600 00 


12 « 


1,500 00 


12 " 


1,500 00 


9 " 


1,131 24 


SH " 


985 45 


12 « 


939 00 



Travelling Expenses. — Fred Sloman 26 IS 

Text Books and Supplies.— Brigdens, Ltd., 12.00; Copp, Clark & Co., 30.16; T. 
Eaton & Co., 29.46; W. J. Gage & Co., 40.98; MacMillan Co., Ltd., 29.96; 
Nelson & Sons, 111.58; Oxford Universitv Press, 10.95; Geo. Pearsall & Son, 
8.30 ; Ryerson Press, 20.01; United Press,'Ltd., 10.17 303 57 

Miscellaneous. — Canadian National Railways, school car and supplies, 3,250.96; 
Canadian Pacific Railwav, school car and supplies, 373.77; King's Printer, 775.31; 
Province of Ontario Pictures, enlargements, 136.20; United Tvpewriter Co., 
typewriter, 128.32. Sundries: Express, 1.00; postage, 120.00; telegrams, 
6.38; petty disbursements, 17.62 4,809 56 



Continuation Schools, Grants and Contingencies ($205,576.37) 

Continuation School Boards.— Ayr, 895.00; Bancroft, 891.75; Blackstock, 
861.66; Coniston, 1,765.02; Dorchester, 886.79; Espanola, 1,828.60; Holstein, 
887.67; Ilderton, 888.79: Kirkland Lake, 1,781.50; Lefrov, 612.77; Little 
Current, 1,786.98; Lobo, 877.86; Lvndhurst, 860.75; Marmora, 904.55; Mount 
Brvdges, 898.14; Mount Pleasant, 435.69; Onondaga, 407.84; Richards Landing, 
3,295.62; St. George. 926.29; Sparta, 433.70; Stella, 637.12; Scudder, 301.65; 
Tamworth, 887.85; Thorndale, 890.67; Thornton, 417.02; Wales, 432.42 25,693 70 



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Continuation Schools, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Public School Board, Town of.— Blind River, 1,807.62; Bothwell, 875.00; Bruce 
Mines, 1,804.68; Capreol, 2,050.70; Dresden, 896.50; Dryden, 2,297.86; Englehart, 
3,750.00; Gore Bav, 2,322.08; Iroquois Falls, 2,458.98; Keewatin, 1,801.76; 
Massev, 1,287.20; Palmerston, 902.23; Powassan, 2,011.77; Rainv River, 1.794.80; 
Sandwich, 869.95; Sioux Lookout, 1,000.00; Southampton, 906.49; Sturgeon 
Falls, 2,071.86; Tilbury, 903.50; Thornbury, 918.12 32,731 10 

Public School Board, Village of.— Acton, 898.20; Ailsa Craig, 874.45; Alvinston, 
877.25; Arkona, 452.25; Bath, 873.10; Beaverton, 914.95; Beeton, 882.24; Blvth, 
902.15; Bobcavgeon, 863.30; Bolton, 881.94; Brussels, 896.36; Burk's Falls, 
1,826.94; Cannington, 887.20; Cardinal, 903.58; Chatsworth, 899.92; Clifford, 
914.11; Cobden, 447.05; Coldwater, 918.91; Creemore, 901.13; Delhi, 898.25; 
Dravton, 899.62; Eganville, 913.84; Embro, 863.85; Erin, 892.43; Fenelon Falls, 
886.75; Frankford, 907.12; Grand Vallev, 892.13; Havelock, 889.49; Hensall, 
875.63; Hepworth, 396.72; Highgate, 843.70; Jarvis, 889.47; Lanark, 874.12; 
Lion's Head, 376.45; Lucknow, 913.99; Ma.xville, 909.79; Merrickville, 881.31; 
Millbrook, 910.60; Milverton, 920.48; New Hamburg, 900.12; Oil Springs, 
877.20; Paisley, 900.84; Port Credit, 920.50; Port Carling, 1,270.00; Richmond, 
910.95; Rodney, 892.15; South River, 2,286.68; Springfield, 921.00; Stouffville, 
880.00; Stavner, 889.87; Sutton, 880.95; Swansea, 413.50; Tara, 896.68; Tavistock, 
901.65; Teeswater, 909.32; Thamesville, 908.30; Thedford, 803.10; Tiverton, 
880.64; Tottenham, 900.74; Wellington, 910.17; West Lome, 870.90; Westport, 
893.08; Wheatley, 872.15; Woodville, 894.67; Wroxeter, 878.76 58,314 69 

Separate Schools, Village of.— Eganville, 906.75; Westport, 900.70 1,807 45 

Consolidated Schools. — (North Mountain), Hallville, 907.11; Mallorytown, 

879.22; Mindemoya, 3,077.75 4,864 08 

Public School Board, Township of. — 3 Amaranth, 429.03; 19 Ameliasburg, 
593.80; 1 Anson, 639.31; 2 Assignack, 1,288.60; 17 Augusta, 895.04; 1 Anson, 
300.00; 1 Albion. 741.67; 11 Bastard, 610.83; 2 Bavham, 906.75; 9 Bertie, 426.12; 
11 Bertie, 917.98; U 4 Beverlev, 880.77; 11 Blenheim, 885.90; U 21 Blenheim, 
660.05; 24 Blenheim, 911.30; 13 Brock, 883.60; U 18 Burford and 3 Oakland, 
875.67; 3 Buchanan, 603.92; 4 Caledon, 646.86; U 16 Caradoc, 908.42; 12 Clark, 
909.86; 3 Cumberland, 640.15; 5 Crosbv South, 419.53; 2 Delaware, 889.79; 5 
Denbigh, 647.32; 5 Dereham, 918.10; 12 Dereham, 911.45; 3 Dysart, 791.37; IS 
Edwardsburg, 873.06; 4 Ennismore, 867.83; 9 Eramosa, 642.59; 13 Ernestown, 
882.35; 5 Essa, 895.43; 8 Etobicoke, 867.85; 12 Etobicoke, 868.90; 5 Euphemia, 
866.90; 8 Fitzrov, 392.15; 11 Fitzrov, 894.75; 5 Floss, 916.53; 5 Gloucester, 
438.85; 13 East Gwillimburv, 889.15; 17 Howie'-, 874.18; 3 Huntley, 891.10; 
10 Huron, 885.67; 14 King, 439.55; 5 Lash, 3,001.89; 8 Leeds and Lansdowne 
Rear, 837.84; 9 Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 890.97; 7 Manvers, 418.42; 3 
Marlborough, 625.65; 8 Mariposa, 638.03; 5 Mulmur, 416.59; 1 Mountain, 
898.96; U 1 McMurrich and Ryerson, 2,004.88; 10 Nepean, 448.95; U 6 North 
Gower, 896.90; U 3 North Gower, 898.65; U 5 East Nissouri and Oxford, 857.50; 
U 5 Nottawasaga, 349.63; 12 Orillia, 3,140.34; 11 Osgoode, 884.70; 15 Osgoode, 
876.55; 18 Osgoode, 647.65; 7 Osprev, 443.11; 6 Oro, 330.57; 4 Pakenham, 883.72; 
9 Pelham, 856.42; 2 Percy, 903.11; 15 Pickering, 901.35; 4 West Pickering, 
901.15; U 5 Raleigh, 889.35; 6 Ross, 443.46; 2 Russell, 903.28; 1 Saltfleet, 458.26; 
14 Scarborough, 669.65; 1 Schreiber, 1,751.36; U 3 Sommerville, 588.93; 9 South 
Colchester, 903.45; 11 South Dorchester, 901.60; 6 South Norwich, 412.30; 12 
Southwold, 904.30; 4 Tilburv West, 868.15; 2 Toronto, 430.12; U la Tisdale, 
1,832.80; 9 Vespra, 624.04; 3 Walpole, 885.16; 2 Westmeath, 452.26; 7 Westmeath, 
886.92; 17 Westminster, 909.59; 1 Wicksteed, 1,980.80; 1 and 3 Wilmot and 
Blenheim, 787.65; 4 Wolf Island, 468.28; 3 Whitby, 845.45 78,270 72 

Contingencies. — King's Printer, 127.36; Makers of Canada, Ltd., book, 3,762.05; 

Macmillan & Co., book, 1.15; Geo. Philip & Son, Ltd., book, 4.07 3,894 63 

Fifth Classes ($24,687.97) 

Public School Board — County or District of. — Algoma, 544.52; Bruce, 375.52; 
Cochrane, 769.18; Dundas, 238.43; Elgin, 201.93; Frontenac, 65.00; Grey, 
227.53; Haldimand, 158.39; Haliburton, 519.27; Hastings, 396.53; Halton, 
344.30; Huron, 1,001.23; Kenora, 633.00; Kent, 92.75; Lambton, 843.06; Lanark, 
387.09; Leeds and Grenville, 120.29; Lincoln, 103.82; Manitoulin, 698.80; 
Middlesex, 201.33; Muskoka, 666.10; Nipissing, 379.80; Northumberland and 



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Fifth Classes — Continued 

Public School Board — Countj- or District of — Continued 

Durham, 445.35; Norfolk. 99.38; Ontario, 567.48; Oxford, 400.13; Parn,- Sound, 
1,717.92; Peterborough, 354.20; Prescott and Russell, 644.44; Prince Edward, 
143.70; Rainv River, 1,347.72; Renfrew, 137.37; Simcoe, 367.14; Sudbur\', 
1,108.38; Temiskaming, 467.42; Thunder Bay, 370.48; Victoria, 475.16; Waterloo, 
133.20; Welland, 135.00; Wellington, 312.69; Wentworth, 449.87; York, 645.30. . 19,290 20 

Public School Board, Town of.— Bala, 248.74; Cobalt, 348.96; Charlton, 229.34; 
Englehart, 315.72; Kearnev, 265.60; Latchford, 326.38; Mattawa, 240.14; 
Matheson, 318.88; Sandwich, 173.84; Sioux Lookout, 397.20; Webbwood, 
420.00 3,284 80 

Public School Board, Village of : Bavfield, 152.60; Courtwright, 121.86; Hilton 
Beach, 230.82; L'Orignal, 171.79; Mildmav, 169.75; Neustadt, 121.04; Xew- 
boro, 168.02; New Toronto, 213.70; Port McNicoll, 193.78; Swansea, 189.68; 
Victoria Harbor, 175.50; Woodbridge, 177.48 2,086 02 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 26 95 

Model Schools 
Grants and Contingencies ($2,104.00) 

Services and Expenses: 

Ottawa. — G. Mustard, travelling expenses 37 65 

Sandwich. — A. J. Beneteau, travelling expenses 105 40 

Sturgeon Falls. — J. Bechard, services, 349.65; Sr. M. Gabrielle, services, 
255.00; J. M. Kaine, services and travelling expenses, 417.65; Jos. Racine, 
services, 45.00 1,067 30 

Vankleek Hill. — Robt. Gauthier, services and travelling expenses, 362.95; John 

Hartley, services, 408.00; Jos. Lepensee, sen,-ices, 34.15 805 10 

Contingencies. — King's Printer, 79.52. Sundries: Express, 4.47; freight, 4.56. 88 55 

Teachers' Associations 
Grants and Contingencies ($8,811.15) 

Teachers' Institute.— City of— Brantford, 50.00; Fort William, 50.00; Guelph, 
25.00; Hamilton, 200.00; Kingston, 50.00; London, 100.00; Ottawa, 125.00; 
Peterborough, 50.00; St. Catharines, 50.00; Toronto, 650.00; Windsor, 100.00.. 1,450 00 

Teachers' Institute. — County or District of — Algoma E., 50.00; Algoma W., 
50.00; Brant, 50.00; Bruce E., 50.00; Bruce W.. 50.00: Carleton E., 50.00; 
Carleton W., 50.00; Cochrane and Temiskaming, 50.00; DufiFerin, 50.00; Dun- 
das, 50.00; Elgin E., 50.00; Elgin W., 50.00; Essex S., 50.00; Essex N., 
50.00; Frontenac N. and Addington, 25.00; Frontenac S., 50.00; Glengarn.-. 
50.00; Grev E., 50.00; Grev S., 50.00; Grev W., 50.00; Haldimand, 50.00; 
Haliburton, 25.00; Halton, 50.00; Hastings C, 50.00; Hastings N., 25.00; 
Hastings S., 50.00; Huron E., 50.00; Huron W.. 50.00; Kenora 50.00,; Kent E., 
50.00; Kent W., 50.00; Lambton E., 50.00; Lambton W., 50.00; Lanark E., 
50.00; Lanark W., 50.00; Leeds and Grenville No. 1, 50.00; Leeds and Gren- 
ville No. 2, 50.00; Leeds and Grenville No. 3, 50.00; Lennox. 50.00; Lincoln, 
50.00; Manitoulin, 50.00; Middlesex E., 50.00; Middlesex W., 50.00; Muskoka, 
50.00; Nipissing, 50.00; Norfolk, 50.00; Northumberland and Durham No. 1, 
50.00; Northumberland and Durham No. 2, 50.00; Northumberland and Dur- 
ham No. 3, 50.00; Ontario N., 50.00; Ontario S., 50.00; Oxford, 75.00; Parry 
Sound E., 50.00; Parr\' Sound W., 50.00; Peel, 50.00; Perth, 75.00; Peter- 
borough, 50.00; Prescott & Russell, 50.00; Prince Edward, 50.00; Rainv River, 
50.00; Renfrew N., 50.00; Renfrew S., 50.00; Simcoe E., 50.00; Simcoe N., 
50.00; Simcoe S.-W., 50.00; Stormont, 50.00; Sudbury No. 6, 50.00; Sudbun.^ 
No. 7, 50.00; Temiskaming S., 50.00; Temiskaming N. and Cochrane S., 50.00; 
Thunder Bav, 50.00; Victoria, 50.00; Waterloo. 125.00; Welland S., 50.00; 
Welland N.,' 75.00; Wellington N., 50.00; Wellington S., 50.00; Wentworth, 
50.00; York E., 50.00; York N., 50.00; York S., 75.00; York W., 75.00 4,225 00 

Travelling Expenses.— G. A. Cornish, 24.05; Wm. Pakenham. 21.90; S. W. 
Perr\', 27.75; P. Sandiford, 12.45. H. E. Amoss, 4.50; J. Davidson, 8.60; C. E. 
Elliott, 17.95; H. G. Lockett, 65.25; G. O. McMillan, 18.50; A. J. Painter, 9.46; 
J. R. Seav>', 14.61; D. WTiyte, 8.50; F. E. Clarke, 46.85; D. Emer>-, 30.80; 



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Teachers' Associations, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

G. W. HofTerd, 18.10; E. H. McKone, 38.50; J. G. McEachren, 49.24; Wm. 
Prendergrast, 23.15; A. Stevenson, 13.04; E. T. White, 12.20; J. A. Bannister, 
14.40; A. C. Casselman, 26.75; J. B. Gatenby, 29.80; G. Morgan, 48.92; 
J. C. Norris, 36.20; C. Ramsay, 24.35; H. E. Riclcer, 14.95; T. A. Brown, 7.80; 
Morgan Clifford. 10.55; R. Fleming, 8.69; M. G. Irving, 37.30; F. A. Jones, 
108.93; H. VV. Kerfoot. 9.55; G. A. Miller, 11.00; G. R. .Smith. 24.05; C. H. 
Edwards, 20.25; A. F. Hagerman, 16.80; A. J. Madill, 16.25; A. Macdonald, 
50.35; Jessie C. McRae, 18.15; H.G.Park. 33.70; D. Walker, 13.00; J. W. 
Emerv, 10.00; E. M. Everson, 10.10; L. R. Halman, 8.65; H. G. Manning, 7.30; 
H. G.' Martyn, 81.00; S. Silcox, 23.15; M. V. Bibbv, 3.30; J. D. Campbell, 
119.52; F. E. Coombs, 17.20; A. T. Cringan, 9.65; A. Ewing, 22.15; J. W. 
Firth, 17.14; F. F. Hallidav, 19.40; M. E. Hav, 18.30; E. E. Ingall, 15.35; 
C. E. Mark, 18.00; W. H. Moonev, 11.30; T. Mustard, 3.70; A. M. Patterson, 
20.53; A. Powell, 19.00; S. J. Radcliffe, 18.40; J. H. Wilkinson, 16.45 1,536 73 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 1,599 42 

Grants to Associations ($14,600.00) 

Ontario Educational Association, 2,000.00; Trustees' Section Ontario Educational 
Association, 7,500.00; Urban Trustees' Association, 500.00; Canadian Education 
Association, 200.00; Secretarial Work National Council of Education, 2,400.00; 
Ontario Federation of Home and School Association, 2,000.00 14,600^00 

Spring and Summer Schools ($57,874.64) 

Lecturers, Services and Expenses. — M. H. Anderson, 132.00; Miss G. Armstong, 
158.00; E. M. Arnold, 15.00; O. Asselstine. 305.00; W. Baird, 300.00; Miss G. 
Baptv, 309.40; A. W. Baker, 164.00; Miss F. L. Barriger, 98.40; D. M. Barton, 
300.00; Dr. J. W. Barton, 30.00; D. M. Beattie. 306.50; Mrs. E. Becker, 10.00; 
W. J. Bell, 78.00: W. R. Bocking, 300.00; C. L. Bowman, 360.43; Dr. G. F. 
Bover, 30.00; Miss S. Bristol, 375.65; C. Brenton, 300.00; R. Bn,ant, 27.00; 
Dr. F. Burke, 10.00; A. Burridge, 422.70; E. R. Buscombe, 100.00; G. B. 
Cairns, 60.00; J. O. Carlisle, 150.00; J. A. Carroll, 10.00; F. Carson, 300.00; 
Miss G. Gastle, 300.00; Miss M. Castle, 300.00; J. W. Chester, 100.00; Dr. 
C. W. L. Clark, 30.00; T. E. Clarke, 400.00; G. A. Cline. 200.00; Miss E. G. 
Coombs, 385.00; F. E. Coombs. 100.00; Dr. F. Conbov, 50.00; J. L. Cornwall, 
305.60: M. Costello, 42.00; Miss E. M. Cottle, 154.80; I. G. Coventr\-, 400.00; 
W. C. Cox. 6.75; Miss I. Craig. 305.30; W. J. P. Creswick, 40.00; A. T. Cringan. 
400.00; C. T. Currellv, 90.00; J. B. Dandeno, 1,017.10; A. Davev, 198.50; Dr. G. A. 
Davis. 20.00; N. H. Dean, 103.50; Miss H. DeLaporte, 20.00; Miss A. M. 
Delanev, 304.45; MissL. Denne. 40.00; A. Despard, 360.00; MissL. Doan, 300.00; 

E. C. Drulard, 319.60; J. Dunmav, 50.00; E. J. Dval, 35.00; G. H. Edwards, 45.25; 
W. G. Edwards, 400.00; Miss D. Emerv, 575.50; F. J. Evans, 300.00; W. G. 
Evans, 70.00; Miss D. Farncombe, 10.00; F. L. Ferguson, 184.00; W. C. 
Ferguson. 100.00; Miss M. Fitzgerald, 72.00; Miss F. Foster, 300.00; R. D. 
Fowke, 75.00; P. Fontaine. 300.00; J. G. Fraser, 152.25; W. B. George, 124.50; 
A. L. Gibson, 197.50; C. Goldhamer, 270.00; Dr. E. A. Gordon, 100.00; R. R. 
Graham, 148.00; F. S. H. Graham, 400.00; H. A. Grainger. 100.00; A. Green, 
27.00; Miss J. Greig, 97.75; F. S. Haines, 540.00; F. Halbus, 300.00; Miss 
M. Hall, 360.00; A. Hallett, 25.00; F. C. Hamilton, 300.00; F. W. Hamilton, 
49.00; E. K. Hampson, 319.50; J. Hampson, 240.00; R, Harcourt, 20.00; 
A. Harding, 300.00; L. Harding, 300.00; T. H. Hardv, 410.40; Dr. R. G. 
Harris, 30.00; Miss A Harvev, 300.00; H. G. HarVey, 300.00; Miss B. 
Hastings, 300.00: P. Howarth, 300.00; Miss M. Hav, 312.90; Miss A. Hender- 
son, 62.50; G. Hilborn, 20.00; Dr. C. E. Hill, 30.00; G. W. Hofferd, 457.15; 
R. H. Holmes, 120.00; M. W. Howarth, 314.50; W. B. Howell, 400.00; J. E. 
Howitt, 212.00; Miss W. M. Humphries, 306.00; Mrs. A. E. Hutchinson, 
300.00; Miss M. R. Hutchinson, 345.31; Miss H. Ireland, 80.00; Geo. A. Izon, 
302.80; Miss M Jackes. 114.00; Miss E. Jamieson, 200.00; G. L. Jarvis, 65.90; 

F. C. A. Jeaneret, 617.28; Miss D. Johnson, 315.00; Miss I. Johnson, 132.00; 

G. M. Jones, 150.00; J. Tones, 50.00; Dr. Karr, 10.00; W. ]. B. Kav, 118.50; 
Dr. S. J. Keves. 400.00; D. A. Kimball, 100.00; Prof. F. H. Kirkpatrick, 330.00; 
R. G. Knox, 81.00; Miss M. Laberge, 300.00; A. T. Laidlaw, 200.00; A. M. 



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Spring and Summer Schools — Continued 

Lecturers, Services and Expenses — Continued 

Laliberte, 250.00; Mrs. G. F. Lawrence, 300.00; E. Legge, 100.00; O. A. 
Lemieux, 43.50; Dr. E. P. Lewis, 15.00; Miss N. Lindsay, 304.90; A. Lismer, 
769.08; A. J. Logsdail, 312.50; J. C. Louden, 100.00; W. J. Longheld, 500.00; 
Mrs. V. MacCryderman, 283.20; J. E. H. Macdonald, 192.00; Dr. J. B. Mac- 
Dougall, 40.00; J. L. MacLaurin, 300.00; A. H. MacLennan, 253.00; J. H. 
MacQueen, 99.60; G. D. MacPhee, 75.00; C. J. Magnon, 50.00; Miss J. L. 
Maitland, 385.75; F. N. Marcellus, 38.75; Miss A. Marsh, 175.00; P. G. 
Marshall, 305.25; A. W. Mason, 39.00; L. Merkley, 305.00; F. E. Millen, 35.00; 
B. Miller, 40.00; R. D. Miller, 30.00; Miss E. Mitchell, 300.00; Prof. H. 
Mitchell, 300.00; R. C. Moffatt, 57.00; Miss G. Montgomery, 330.00; L. E. 
Monaghan, 400.00; H. S. Mott, 10.00; Mrs. G. Muir, 300.00; Miss M. Mc- 
Callum, 316.95; Dr. S. B. McCready, 10.00; M. McDougall, 54.65; W. D. 
McFarlane, 77.75; Y. McKague, 410.00; Dr. A. McKav, 20.00; T. G. McKinnev, 
" 45.00; M. McQueen, 300.00; M. V. McQueen, 300.00; M. McLean, 100.00; 
Miss A. McMaster, 60.00; H. McMullen, 148.50; W. McNeil, 72.00; Miss J. C. 
McRae, 247.20; W. N. Neale, 12.00; F. W. Gates, 311.50; M. Odroskie, 62.50; 
Dr. W. E. Ogden, 30.00; A. J. Ogilvie, 307.00; F. Ogilvie, 75.00; R. H. Osburn, 
287.00; Wm. Pakenham, 100.00; Miss H. Paterson, 270.00; R. Patterson, 50.00; 
S.W.Perry, 113.00; Dr. J. T. Phair, 260.00; Miss L. Phillips, 300.00; Mrs. M. 
Phillips, 44.50: S. Pickles, 305.30; A. M. Porter, 203.00; Dr. G. B. Porter, 100.00; 
F. H. Pugh, 302.80; Dr. S. J. Ratcliffe, 400.00; G. E. Raithbv, 68.50; Miss M. 
Rattray, 300.00; V. Rav, 21.40; J. B. Reynolds, 62.00; A. G. Richmond, 118.50; 
J. A. Rivard, 100.00; Miss A. Robb, 300.00; L. Roddick, 13.00; C. Rolph, 
115.00; Dr. A. Ross, 264.00; G. N. Rulmke, 49.00; F. S. Rutherford, 300.00; 
P. B. Sanders, 27.00; Miss C. Sanderson, 309.50; T- Satterley, 500.00; R. G. 
Sawyer, 15.00; J. R. Seavey, 340.80; E. Sherin, 300.00; G. Shirley, 135.00; 
Dr. S. Silcox, 438.75; Dr. D. J. Sinclair, 400.00; L. Slaughter, 65.00; 
H. A. Smallfield, 50.50; Dr. G. E. Smith. 15.00; E. E. Snyder, 214.50; E. Spiers, 
. 24.00; .S. Springer, 140.00; W. H. Sproule, 46.50; W. J. Squirrell, 307.00; H. H. 
Stansfield, 540.00; C. Stauffer, 16.00; J. G. Steckley, 91.50; T. H. Stewart, 
75.00; Miss M.Stockwell, 15.00; R. E. Stone, 142.00; Miss R. L Strang, 305.60; 
T. C. Talbot, 180.00; J. B. Temple, 302.80; P. M. Thompson, 339.90; A. H. 
Tomlinson, 163.75; J. Townshend, 300.00; Dr. E. Trow, 30.00; H. L. Trueman, 
15.00; T. F. VanEyery, 300.00; Wm. Walker, 40.00; F. D. Wallace, 400.00; 
R. M. Ward, 120.00; C. A. Warren, 51.75; Mrs. M. Watterworth, 300.00; Miss 
J. Weir, 311.60; J. E. Wilkinson, 300.00; Miss E. Williams, 240.00; H. A. G. 
Willoughby, 307.90; W. Winterburn, 300.00; J. G. Workman, 300.00 (Sillery 
Convent), Quebec fseyen nuns as Assistant Instructors, also rental of class- 
rooms, etc., 1,550.001 50,731 10 

Per Diem Allowance for Returned Soldiers. — Sundry soldiers 3,371 00 

Rent of Rooms, School Supplies, etc. — R. F. Askew, Ltd., seeds, 25.50; C. 
Bethune, repairs, 10.00; Wm. Bird, removing chairs, 24.00; Bracebridge, 
Treasurer Board of Education, rent of room, 50.00; Cambridge Book & Gift 
Shop, booklets, 12.00; Canada Batteries, Ltd., battery, 10.00; Central Scientific 
Co., flashes, 15.39; Cody Hardware Co., hardware, 27.15; B. G. Crabtree, 
provisions, 35.37; Thos. Downing, milk, 126.40; T. Eaton Co. Ltd., dry goods, 
37.15; E. Fairbanks, janitor service, 75.00; Finch Bros., Ltd., dry goods, 12.84; 
J. T. Gilchrist Lumber Co., lumber, 67.91; E. Grainger & Co., flowers, 40.29; 
Hamilton Technical School, Treasurer, supplies, 44.99; Hardware Co. of 
Toronto, Ltd., hardware, 27.11; Hart House, Comptroller, rental of gym and 
pool, 975.00; Geo. M. Hendry Co., folding paper, 143.70; Heintzman & Co., 
moving piano and rental, 28.75; Hobson & Co., Ltd., groceries, 45.00; Ingram 
& Bell, Ltd., medical supplies, 28.63; King's printer, 188.41; F. Lane, janitor 
service, 96.00; Geo. H. May, milk, 14.80; Ottawa Dairy Co., milk, 10.02; R. E. 
Powell, groceries, 20.35; J. M. Semmens, groceries, 39.26; Soclean, Ltd., towels 
and soap, 89.25; A. M. Souter Co., twine, 32.27; D. J. Stalker, supplies, 35.55; 
J. M. Stanley, groceries, 45.92; University Press, Toronto, printing, 44.80; Uni- 
versity of Toronto Athletic Association, rental electric wringer, 10.00; University 
of Toronto, services caretaker, 442.13; United Typewriter Co., stencilling, 
typewriter, 178.00; Geo. J. White, lumber, 192.31; H. A. Wilson Co., Ltd., 
volley ball, etc., 26.65; Wilson-Munroe Co., Ltd., millboard, 16.07; Wood, 
Alexander & James, Ltd., hardware, 138.67; Y.M.C.A., Ottawa, rental of gym 
and equipment, 78.00. Sundries: Cartage, 7.45; postage, 126.96; petty dis- 
bursements, 77.49 3,772 54 

Carried forward 3,781,214 54 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 3,781,214 54 

Salaries of Inspectors ($140,632.97) 
Chief Inspectorate of Public and Separate Schools ($14,600.00) 



V. K. Greer Chief Inspector 12 months 

W. I. Chishohii Assistant Chief Inspector 12 " 

Neil McDougall Director of School Correspondence Branch 

and Summer Classes 12 " 

M. K. Drew Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Inspection of Manual Training and Household Science ($3,800.00) 

A. H. Leake Inspector 12 months 

Inspection of Elementary Agricultural Classes ($4,000.00) 
J. B. Dandeno Inspector 12 months 

Inspection of Separate Schools ($30,600.00) 

J. F. Power Inspector 12 months 



W. J. Lee. 

J. F. Sullivan 

J. E. Jones 

J. P. Finn 

J. M. Bennett 

Vincent C. Quarry. 

T. S. Melady 

Henry J. Payette. . 



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Inspection of English-French Schools ($13,600.00) 



J. S. Gratton Inspector. 

J.C.Walsh " . 

James Scanlon " 

Jos. Lapensee " 



12 months 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 



Inspection of District Public Schools ($55,032.97) 



J. L. Moore 

J. W. Hagen 

L. A. Marlin " 

C. F. Ewers " 

Geo. .S. Johnson " 

D.M.Christie " 

Donald G. Smith " 

W.A.Wilson " 

R.O.White " 

Geo. E. Pentland " 

P.W.Brown " 

D. T. Walkom " 

S. Shannon " 

Robert Gillies " 

Lome J. W. Williams " 

Leo. W. Copp " 

W. J. McCoy Junior Clerk 

Laura Kirkland Clerk Stenographer 

Helen M. Boyd " ^" 



Inspector 12 months 

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J. M. McDougall Attendance Officer 12 months 

Constance R. Boulton Field Officer 12 " 



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4,200 00 

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1,800 00 



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P. Hoag.. 
P. Cowles. 



Inspection of Continuation Schools ($13,200.00) 

Inspector 12 months 4,400 00 

« ... 12 " 4,400 00 

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Brought forward 3,921,847 51 



Inspection of Public Schools ($175,326.36) 



T. W. Standing Inspector, 

John McCool " 

W. F. Bald " 

Thomas E. Maxwell " 

R.C.Rose " 

\V. R. Liddy " 

Hiram B. Fetterly " 

T.C.Smith " 

John A. Taylor " 

Thomas Preston " 

W. L. Bowden " 

S. A. Truscott " 

M. R. Reid ... " 

J. W. Crewson " 

Samuel Huff " 

H. H. Bur-ess " 

Robert Wright '■ 

J. L. Mitchener " 

J. M. Denyes " 

A. W. McGuire " 

H.J.Clarke " 

James Colling " 

John M. Field 

J. Elgin Tom " 

W. H. Colles " 

J.H.Smith " 

J. J. Edwards " 

Henry Conn " 

Thomas C. Smith " 

J. C. Spence " 

James F. McGuire " 

William C. Dowsley " 

T.A.Craig " 

E. J. CorkiU " 

Geo. A. Carefoot " 

P. J. Thompson " 

J. H. Sexton " 

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.... 

A. E. Nelson 

James H. Smith .... 

Richard Lees 

Roscoe F. Downey. 
Archibald McVicar. 
E. P. Smith 

E. Stothers 

I. D. Breuls 

G. G. McNab 

Joseph L. Garvin. . 
Edw'n Longman . . . 

Isaac Day 

James Froats 

Edwin W. Jennings. 

F. W. Sheppard. . . . 
Lambert Norman . . 

J. W. Marshall 

James McNiece. . . . 



Brant 12 months 

Bruce E 12 " 

Bruce W 12 " 

Carleton E 12 " 

Carleron W 12 " 

Dufferin 12 " 

Dundas 12 " 

Elgin E 12 " 

Elgin W 12 " 

Essex N 12 " 

Essex S 12 " 

FrontenacS 12 " 

Frontenac N 12 " 

Glengarry 12 " 

Grey^E 12 " 

Grey W 12 " 

GreyS 12 " 

Haldimand 12 " 

Halton 12 " 

Hastings Centre 12 " 

Hastings S 12 " 

Hastings N 12 " 

Huron E 12 " 

Huron W 12 " 

KentE 12 " 

Kent W^ 12 " 

Lambton E 12 " 

Lambton W 12 " 

Lanark W 12 " 

Lanark E 12 " 

Leeds No. 1 12 " 

Leeds No. 2 12 " 

Leeds No. 3 12 " 

Lennox 12 " 

Lincoln 12 " 

Middlesex E 12 " 

Middlesex W 12 " 

Norfolk 12 " 

Northumberland and Durham 

No. 1 12 " 

Northumberland and Durham 

No. 2 12 " 

Northumberland and Durham 

No. 3 12 " 

Ontario N 12 " 

Ontario S 12 " 

O.xford N 12 " 

Oxford S 12 " 

Peel 12 « 

Perth X 12 " 

Perth S 12 " 

Peterborough E 12 " 

Peterborough 12 " 

Prescott and Russell 12 " 

Prince Edward 10 " 

Prince Edward 2 " 

Renfrew 12 " 

Renfrew S 12 " 

Simcoe N 12 " 

SimcoeS.W 12 " 

Simcoe W 12 " 

Stormont 12 " 

Victoria W 12 " 

Waterloo No. 1 12 " 

Waterloo No. 2 12 " 

Welland N 12 " 

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F 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought foriuard 4,055,550 87 

Inspection of Public Schools— Continued 

Robert Galbraith Inspector, Wellington X 12 months 2,200 00 

J. J.Craii:; " Wellingtons 12 " 2,200 00 

J.B.Robinson " Wentworth 12 " 2,200 00 

C. W. Mulloy " York X 12 " 2,200 00 

A. L. Campbell " York S 12 " 2,200 00 

A. A. Jordan " York E 12 " 2,200 00 

W. W. Trench " York 12 " 2,200 00 

J.E.Wilkinson " York 2 " 300 00 

A. J. Beneteau " Essex and Kent English-French 

Schools 12 " 300 00 

Grants to School Boards.— Belleville. 240.00; Brantford, 666.00; Brockville, 
186.00; Chatham, 300.00; Fort William, 582.00; Gait. 312.00; Gananoque, 
60.00; Guclph, 324.00; Hanulton, 2,736.00; Ineersoll, 120.00; Kingston. 372.00: 
Kitchener, 504.00; London. 1.320.00; Xiagara Falls, 345.00; Ottawa. 1,530.00; 
Peterborough. 456.00: Port Arthur. 426.00; Prescott, 48.00; Sandwich, 198.00; 
Sarnia, 312.00; Sault Ste. Marie. 486.00; Smith's Falls. 144.00: Stratford, 360.00; 
St. Catharines. 486.00; St. Marv's, 96.00; St. Thomas, 342.00: Toronto, 10,782.00; 
Trenton, 138.00; Walkerville, 192.00; Welland, 270.00; Windsor, 1,086.00; 
Woodstock, 204.00 25,623 00 

Travelling, Moving and Other Expenses ($63,660.10) 

Temporary Services. — W. Bowman, clerk tvpist at 91.00 per mo., 1,092.00; 
S. W. Jackson, clerk at 125.00 per mo., 1,500.00; Rubv A. Patterson, clerk 
stenoerapher at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; clerks at 4.00 per diem, R. F. Ander- 
son. 360.00: Tas. Campbell, 360.00; T. W. Foster, 344.00; ]. E. Glass, 384.00; 
J. CToliom, 370.00; K. B. Gordon, 384.00; W. H. Herron, 384.00; C. H. Howard, 
288.00; J. E. Tiddv, 120.00: L. R. Marwood, 384.00: W. G. McLaren, 136.00; 
P. iX. Hind. 384.00; R. E. Xicholson, 360.00; F. B. Plewes, 384.00; W. J. Riddi- 
ford, 382.00; J. W. Ross. 384.00; F. S. Sewell, 374.00: G. N. Sheppard, 384.00; 
A. C. Smith. 384.00; Robt. Thomas, 244.00; W. AL Thompson, 356.00; clerks 
at 3.00 per diem, W. D. Bennett, 48.00; J. D. Griffin. 18.00; W. H. Hardwicke, 
216.00; Geo. F. Hutchison, 24.00; John R. Walsh, 939.00; Chas. D. G. Williams, 
129.00 12,316 00 

Travelling Expenses.— J. M. Bennett, 1,838.49; Miss C. N. Boulton, 593.70; 
P. W. Brown, 739.79; L D. Bruels, 17.95; W. J. Chisholm, 591.00; D. M. 
Christie, 654.85; L. W. Copp, 926.60; ]. P. Cowles, 1,235.39; J. B. Danden, 
983.79; C. F. Ewers, 1,112.72; J. P. Finn, 1,317.08; R. Gillies, 709.42; J. S. 
Gratton, 1,348.67; \'. K. Greer, 716.25; J. W. Hagan, 1,621.71; J. P. Hoag, 
1,574.38; G. S. Johnson, 1,164.86; J. E. Jones, 442.85; W. J. Karr, 295.40; 
J. Lapensee, 1,044.56; A. H. Leake, 1,029.07; W. J. Lee, 616.81; L. A. Marlin, 
610.93; T. S. Meladv, 582.17; G. K. Mills, 1,194.80; J. L. Moore, 965.98; 
S. A. Morgan, 455.40; J. B. AlacDougall, 927.97; Neil McDougall, 55.15; 
G. G. McNab, 25.80; J. G. Olding, 31.75; H. J. Payette, 1,539.24: G. E. Pent- 
land, 1,327.78; J. F. Power, 122.91; V. C. Quarry, 1,695.54; J. \'. Scanlon, 
1,281.95; S. Shannon, 969.05; D. G. Smith, 964.68; J. F. Sullivan, 1,050.74; 
D.T.Walkom, 657.40; J. C. Walsh, 674.00; R. O. White, 805.63; L.J.Williams, 
1,233.12; W. A. Wilson, 522.10 38,269 43 

Miscellaneous. — Field, Love & House, 46.00; J. P. Finn, moving expenses, 250.00; 
L. G. Fournier, Ltd., moving furniture, 372.00; King's Printer, 10,559.84; 
Thos. S. Melady, moving expenses, 160.15; North Star Publishing Co., letter 
heads, etc., 13.50; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet, 47.50; Royal Typewriter 
Co., repairing machine, 16.90. Sundries: Cartage, 56.75; express, 49.02; 
newspapers and periodicals, 16.50; postage, 1,455.19; petty disbursements, 
31.32 13,074 67 

DIRECTOR OF RURAL SCHOOL ORGANIZATION ($4,600.00) 
W. J. Karr Director 12 months 4,600 00 

AUXILIARY CLASSES ($5,800.00) 

S. B. Sinclair Inspector of Auxiliary Classes 12 months 3,600 00 

Helen De Laporte Asst. Inspector of Auxiliary Classes 12 " 2,200 00 

Carried forward 4,171,233 97 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 29 

Brought forward >. .4,171,233 97 

Grants and Contingencies ($25,735.34) 

Public School Board Grants.— Belleville, 222.00; Brantford, 216.24; Brockville, 
272.92; Chatham, 261.40; Gait, 240.98; Guelph, 504.76; Hamilton, 2,388.09; 
Kitchener, 545.00; Leamington, 253.89; London, 2,786.17; Midland, 255.43; 
Oshawa, 235.00; Ottawa, 1,852.28; Owen Sound, 225.00; Peterborough, 246.80; 
St. Catharines, 453.83; Stratford, 254.54; Toronto, 10.646.09; Walkerville, 
226.79; Welland, 236.44; Windsor, 1.075.00; York, 551.30 23,949 95 

Separate School Board Grants.— Toronto, 375.00; Windsor, 200.00 575 00 

Travelling Expenses.— L. H. De Laporte, 167.99; S. B. Sinclair, 714.56 882 55 

Contingencies. — Canadian Council of Child Welfare, 36.45; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
stop watch, 20.00; Field, Love & House, inspections, 11.00; King's Printer, 
151.50; MacMillan & Co., books, 10.93; Province of Ontario Pictures, making 
negatives, 4L00; World Book Co., books, 12.68. Sundries: Newspapers and 
periodicals, 21.25 ; petty disbursements, 23.03 327 84 

DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS 

Salaries ($39,645.81) 

R. A. Croskery Registrar 12 months 4,400 00 

Geo. Lyons Head Clerk 12 " 2,850 00 

A. M. Burnham Principal Clerk 12 " 2,500 00 

W. A. Beecroft " " 12 " 2,700 00 

B. Riddell Confidential Clerk, Examination Papers. . .12 " 2,000 00 

B. Leadbetter Confidential Printer 12 " 2,400 00 

Wm. Parr Asst. Confidential Printer 12 " 1,600 00 

R.J. Bryce Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

Ida Norris Spence " 12 " 1,700 00 

G.Lyons " 12 " 1,450 00 

M.Sutton " 12 " 1,450 00 

Bessie Spence " 2^ " 302 07 

Una Truax " 12 " 1,300 00 

Eva Molesworth Junior Clerk 12 " 1,000 00 

Ruth M. DufT " " 12 " 975 00 

Irene Hynes Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

A. Haughland Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

V. O. Kerr Clerk Typist 12 " 1,125 00 

G. Arnoldi Junior Clerk 12 " 1,100 00 

M. Nesbitt " « 12 " 1,200 00 

Ethel M. Eraser Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

M. E. Dilke Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,125 00 

D. Eerguson Junior Clerk 12 " 1,200 00 

D. Crighton Eiling Clerk 12 " 1,200 00 

Lillian McBride Clerk Typist 3 " 268 74 

Examiners ($209,946.75) 

Sundry examiners, services and expenses 209,946 75 

Clerical Assistance ($44,705.28) 
Sundry clerks 44,705 28 

Paper, Postage, Printing, Typewriters, etc. ($14,320.07) 

Addressograph Sales Co., 49.32; Ault & Wiborg Co., Ltd., 23.50; Brigdens, Ltd., 
170.82; Field, Love & House, 62.85; King's Printer, 11,156.23; Miller & Richard, 
17.01; Porter Safety Seal Co., 33.00; Remington Typewriter Co., 330.78; 
Steele Equipment Co., Ltd., 86.00; United Typewriter Co., 208.04; University 
of Toronto, 889.81. Sundries: Car tickets, 21.00; cartage, 19.00; customs, 
2.22; express, 115.22; postage, 492.26; telegraph, 589.64; petty disbursements, 
53.37 14,320 07 

Carter Scholarships ($5,000.00) 
Sundry students 5,000 00 

Carried forward 4,510,587 22 



F 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought foward 4,510,587 22 

Extra Services of Professional and Supervising Board of 
Examiners ($6,250.00) 

R. A. Croskery, 500.00; VV. S. Fox, 500.00; J. P. Hoag, 250.00; A. E. Lang, 500.00; 
I. M. Levan, 500.00; J. Matheson, 500.00; F. W. Merchant, 750.00; S. A. 
Morgan, 250.00; VV. Pakenhani, 500.00; G. F. Rogers, 500.00; R. W. Smith, 
500.00; D. Walker, 500.00; M. W. Wallace, 500.00 6,250 00 

PREPARATION OF TEXT BOOKS 

Salaries ($6,200.00) 

S. J. Stubbs General Editor of Text Books 12 months 4,200 00 

E. F. Denison Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

Plates, Services, Contingencies, etc, ($20,684.73) 

Services Revising.— J. G. Bannister, 450.00; H. W. Bryan, 102.00; J. D. Camp- 
bell, 2,500.00; F. E. Coombs, 350.00; G. A. Cornish, 1,700.00; G. L. Gray, 
44.00; A. Howell, 139.00; W. B. L. Howell, 104.00; j. J. Hutchinson, 162.00; 
T. J. Ivey, 88.00; R. H. King, 70.00; C. A. Latour, 52.00; A. Lismer, 54.00; 
A. MacDonald, 1,250.00; F. F. MacPherson, 450.00; C. F. Marshall, 84.00; 
H. G. Martyn, 1,650.00; F. J. A. Morris, 186.00; J. Muir, 38.00; A. Noonan, 
134.00; G. S. Otto, 66.00; T. W. Perry, 120.00; F. A. Robinson, 128.00; G. F. 
Rogers, 124.00; O. J. Stevenson, 1,700.00; G. Storey, 36.00; M. A. Stuart, 
76.00; J. W. Treleaven, 76.00; D. Whyte, 1,550.00; V. M. Wright, 12.15 13,495 15 

Travelling Expenses.— G. E. Clark, 76.60; S. E. Hogarth, 7.35; C. A. Latour, 
47.00; C. F. Marshall, 20.75; J. Muir, 100.15; A. Noonan, 77.40; A. I. Ogilvie, 
14.35; G. S. Otto, 42.25; J. A. Spenceley, 29.05; A. M. Stewart, 15.75; S. J. 
Stubbs, 31.05; I. O. Wade, 20.00 481 70 

Advertising. — Toronto Daily Star, 21.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, 46.50; 
Toronto Globe, 24.00; Toronto Hebrew Journal, 7.50; Toronto Mail and 
Empire, 24.00 123 00 

Miscellaneous. — Industrial Labs., Ltd., 187.00; King's Printer, 4,574.18; Mac- 
Millan Co., 19.20; Methuen & Co., Ltd., 12.77; National Institute of Art, 
1,600.00; Patent and Copyright Office, 24.00; Ryerson Press, 36.29; United 
Typewriter Co., 113.19. Petty disbursements. 18.25 6,584 88 

Subventions to Publishers ($106,791.35) 

Copp Clarke Co., 4,635.09; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 86,038.04; W. J. Gage & Co., 

2,506.84; Ryerson Press, 13,611.38 106,791 35 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SCHOOLS ($5,000.00) 
S. A. Morgan Director 12 months 5,000 00 

Grants to Teachers Engaged in Model School Training ($53,296.00) 

Sundry Teachers in— Hamilton, 8,482.00; London, 9,814.00; North Bay, 5,100.00; 
Ottawa, 6,100.00; Peterborough, 6,350.00; Stratford, 6,150.00; Toronto 
11,300.00 53,296 00 

Grants to Caretakers for Services in Model Schools ($1,064.00) 

Hamilton, 160.00; London, 220.00; Ottawa, 204.00; Peterborough, 120.00; Strat- 
ford, 160.00; Toronto, 200.00 1,064 00 

Training of First Class Teachers, Services and Expenses (520.00) 
Services.— C. J. Burns, 200.00; N. R. Gray, 200.00; T. W. Hoflferd, 120.00 520 00 

Temporary Teachers, Normal and Model Schools, in case of 

illness or on leave ($1,699.00) 

Sundry teachers 1,699 00 

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Brought forward 4,712,092 30 

Travelling and Moving Expenses of Normal and Model School 
Teachers Transferred ($1,698.43) 

C. H. Edwards, 1,540.28; E. E. Ingall, 116.30; M. G. N. Irving, 41.85 1,698.43 

Frontier College ($7,500.00) 
Grant 7,500 00 

League of the Empire ($267.19) 

Gilchrist-Wright, Ltd., printing, 4.75; T. ^L Standish, secretarial services, 236.16; 

D. Wainwright, stenographic services, 26.28 267 19 

Special Grants to Art Departments ($4,870.00) 

Grants to Public Schools and Teachers.— Belleville, 40.00; Brantford, 40.00; 
Brockville, 40.00; Dutton, 40.00; Etobicoke, 40.00; Ford, 120.00; Fort 
Frances, 60.00; Fort William, 40.00; Guelph, 90.00; Hamilton, 90.00; Hespeler, 
40.00; London, 420.00; .Markdale, 40.00; .Marmora, 80.00; Mimico, 60.00; 

' New Toronto, 140.00; Orangeville, 40.00; Owen Sound, 240.00; Peterborough, 
60.00; Picton, 40.00; Port Arthur, 120.00; Port Colborne, 120.00; Ripley, 
40.00: Sault Ste. Marie, 60.00; Scarboro, 60.00; Simcoe, 40.00; South Porcu- 
pine, 60.00; Stamford Consolidated ('Falls \'iew), 20.00; St. Catharines, 120.00; 
St. Thomas, 80.00; Swansea, 60.00; Thorold, 40.00; Toronto, 90.00; Tweed, 
40.00; Vineland, 40.00; Wiarton, 60.00; Weston, 40.00; Windsor, 460.00; 
13 York, 60.00; 15 York, 120.00; 25 York, 60.00; 28 York, 40.00; 29 York, 
120.00; 32 York, 20.00; 35 York, 60.00 3,790 GO 

Grants to Separate Schools and Teachers. — Amherstburg, 60.00; Arnprior, 
40.00; Brockville, 80.00: Chapleau, 60.00; Cornwall, 40.00; Douglas, 40.00; 
Gananoque, 60.00; Killaloe, 40.00; Kingston, 60.00; Lafontaine, 60.00; Lind- 
say, 60.00; Pembroke, 60.00; Peterborough, 180.00; Perth, 40.00; Sandwich, 
60.00; Smith's Falls, 40.00; Sudbury, 60.00; Trenton, 40.00 1,080 00 

Grants to School Boards for Music ($5,612.40) 

Public Schools and Teachers.— Aurora, 40.00; Bowmanville, 60.00; Brockville 
60.00; Capreol, 60.00; Cooksville, 40.00; Cochrane, 60.00; Delhi, 40.00 
Dryden, 40.00; Dundalk, 40.00; Espanola, 60.00; Essex. 20.00; Ford, 60.00 
Fort Frances, 60.00; Fort William, 120.00: Gait, 90.00: Guelph, 90.00; Hamil- 
ton, 60.00; Humber Bay, 40.00; Iroquois Falls, 40.00; Kingston, 90.00; Kings- 
ville, 20.00; Kitchener, 60.00; Leamington, 80.00: Leaside, 60.00; London, 
90.00; Long Branch, 60.00; Marmora, 80.00; Mimico, 60.00; Mount Dennis, 
90.00; New Toronto, 120.00; Niagara Falls, 60.00; Ottawa, 90.00; Owen 
Sound, 90.00; Paris, 60.00; Peterborough, 60.00; Port Arthur, 120.00; Port 
Hope, 60.00; Sandwich, 120.00; Sarnia, 60.00; Scarboro, 60.00; 10 Scarboro, 
60.00; Simcoe, 20.00; St. Thomas, 120.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 180.00: Shelburne, 
40.00; South Porcupine, 60.00; Stratford, 60.00; Sudbury, 60.00; Swansea, 
60.00; Thessalon, 40.00: Toronto, 540.00; Tweed, 60.00; Uxbridge, 40.00; 
Walkerville, 80.00; Wallacebure, 40.00; Waterford, 40.00; Waterloo, 20.00; 
Waubaushene, 40.00; Weston, 140.00; Whitby, 40.00; Windsor, 350.00; Wood- 
stock. 60.00; 25 York, 40.00; 27 York, 60.00; 29A York, 60.00 4,980 00 

Separate Schools and Teachers.— Belleville, 40.00; Brockville, 100.00; Killaloe, 
60.00; Kingston, 120.00; Pembroke, 60.00; Smith's Falls, 80.00; Toronto, 
90.00; Trenton, 60.00 610 00 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — A. T. Cringan 22 40 



Grants to Rural Public School Boards for Use of Schools for 
Observation Purposes and Contingencies ($4,050.00) 

Trustees, Public School Section. ^ — 7 Barton, 150.00; Burlington Beach, 150.00; 
U-11 Douro and Otonabee, 75.00; 10 Easthope, 75.00; 2 Ellice, 150.00; 7 
Etobicoke, 150.00; 10 Etobicoke, 150.00; 1-B Ferris, 300.00; i-V Flamboro 
and Ancaster, 150.00; 2 Gloucester, 150.00; 3 Gloucester, 150.00; 10 Gloucester, 
150.00; U-1 King and Whitchurch, 150.00; 6 London, 75.00; 8 London, 75.00; 
21 London, 75.00; 22 London, 75.00; Millbrook, 75.00; New Toronto, 150.00; 
16 Otonabee, 150.00; Peterborough, 75.00; 4 Peterborough, 75.00; Pond Mills, 
150.00; Shakespeare, 75.00; 3 Smith, 150.00; Swansea, 150.00; Tavistock, 
150.00; \'aughan and Markham, 150.00; 14 Westminster, 150.00; 5 Widdifield, 
150.00; 20 York, 150.00 



4,050 GO 



Carried forward 4,736,090 32 



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Brought forward 4,736,090 32 

Grants to Teachers in Rural Public Schools Used for 
Observation Purposes ($9,600.00) 

H. Anderson, 300.00; \. O. Armstrong, 300.00; I. L. Ball, 300.00; G. R. Barber, 
300.00; J. C. Brownlee, 300.00; D. Crawford, 300.00; C. B. Dobbin, 300.00; 
E. Ellison, 300.00; B. M. Errington, 300.00; G. H. Evans, 300.00; B. Haggarty, 
300.00; C. B. Hope, 300.00; M. Innes, 300.00; W. H. Jordon, 300.00; F. Kennedy, 
300.00; L. Laventure, 300.00; E. MacKay, 300.00; M. Mayberry, 300.00; M. G. 
Misener, 300.00; L. W. Muckle, 300.00; S. Muir, 300.00; A. Ney, 300.00; D. 
Palmer, 300.00; W. G. Rigney, 300.00; M. Rogerson, 300.00; J. L. Runnalls, 
300.00; J. Seltzer, 300.00; [. H. Short, 300.00; E. Smith, 300.00; M. Smith, 
300.00; E. M. Spencer, 300.00; E. M. Soule, 300.00 9,600 00 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Students to Rural 
Public Schools ($5,709.05) 

G.Barber, 169.50; S. Blewett, 356.15; Can. Nat. Railways, 543.60; Can. Pac. Rail- 
way,42.40; J. Cole, 9.00; J. J. Doyle, 544.50; R. W. Errington, 60.00; Hamilton 
Radial Co., 157.50; Highway King Busses, Ltd., 80.50; Hydro-Electric Railway, 
810.00; Thos. A. Johns, 198.00; L. Kaake, 210.00; M. Landreville, 534.75; J, M. 
Lillow, 429.00; London and Port Stanley Railway, 318.80; R. L. McGillawee, 
1.35; Mount Hamilton Railway Lines, 32.50; Ottawa Electric Railway, 25.50; 
Toronto Transportation Commission, 690.00; G. Watt, 486.00; Wentworth 
Incline Railway, 10.00 5,709 05 

Grants to Public School Inspectors for Services in Connection 
vk'ith Visits of N, S. Masters and Students ($240.00) 

W. H. Ballard, 20.00; A. L. Campbell, 20.00; R. F. Downey, 20.00; N. W. French, 
20.00; A. A. Jordon, 20.00; R. Lees, 20.00; A. Mowat, 20.00; C. W. Mulloy, 
20.00; J. B. Robinson, 20.00; J. H. Smith, 20.00; P. J. Thompson, 20.00; G. A. 
Wheable, 20,00 240 00 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Masters and Inspectors, 

in visiting Rural Schools with Public School 

Inspectors ($57.70) 

A. MacDonald, 30.25; J. C. Norris, 27.45 57 70 

Teaching of Manual Training and Household Science ($38.44) 

D. Aitkinson Lumber Co., 30.94; Turnbull & Sutcliflfe, Ltd., 7.50 38 44 

Special Lectures at Normal Schools, Including Travelling 
and Other Expenses ($920.00) 

S. Dick, 420.00; Dr. J. E. Smith, 500.00 920 00 

Medical and Dental Inspection Grants ($15,779.00) 
Sundry schools, grants 15,779 00 

Redemption of Debentures Guaranteed by the Province of 

Ontario ($130.78) 

Union P.S. 4 Robillard and Truax 130 78 

Attendance of County and Other Inspectors at Training 
Schools ($552.50) 

Travelling Expenses.— R. Boyes, 9.95; I. D. Bruels, 13.75; J. Colling, 29.25; 
E. J. Corkill, 32.30; T. A. Craig, 9.95; J. W. Crewson, 54.60; W. C. Dowley, 
19.15; R. F. Downey, 17.50; T- J. Edwards, 54.05; T. R. Ferguson, 22.55; H. B. 
Fetterly, 20.95; J. Froats, 18.85; A. Galbraith, 38.20; R. A. Hutchinson, 17.15; 
E. W. Jennings, 18.50; R. Lees, 17.50; A. W. McGuire, 13.25; J. F. McGuire, 
21.60; G. G. McNab, 13.45; A. McVicar, 9.50; J. W. Odell, 13.50; M. R. Reid, 
17.00; F. P. Smith, 12.50; T. C. Smith, 14.45; E. E. Snider, 15.00; J. C. Spence, 
12.30; S. Truscott, 15.75 552 50 

Fees of Returned Soldiers Attending Academic Courses ($302.00) 
Bursar, University of Toronto 302 00 

Carried forward 4,769,419 79 



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Brought forward 4,769,419 79 

Allowances and Travelling Expenses of Returned Soldiers 
attending Academic Courses ($2,926.45j 

Sundry students 2,926 45 

Grant to Soldiers' Aid Hostel, Bon Air ($1,136.00) 

Soldiers' Aid Commission, grant 1,136 00 

Services and Expenses in Connection with Survey of Those 
Schools in the Province attended by Pupils who Speak 
the French Language ($9,953.33) 

Services.— A. J. Beneteau, 1.000.00; L. Cote, 3,000.00; W. J. Karr, 1,000.00 5,000 00 

Travelling Expenses.— A. J. Beneteau, 1,279.05; L. Cote, 600.15; W. J. Karr, 

1,903.48; F. W. Merchant, 846.85; J. H. Scott, 316.10 4,945 63 

Contingencies. — Express, .90; King's Printer, 6.80 7 70 

Public and Separate School Education $4,708,190.01 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 

TORONTO 

Salaries ($107,400.00) 

Samuel J. RadclifTe Principal 12 months 4,200 00 

R. H. Walks Departmental Master 12 " 3,600 00 

J. D. Campbell « " 12 " 3,600 00 

C. E. Mark " " 12 " 3,600 00 

J. W. Firth " " 12 " 3,600 00 

Arnott M. Patterson " " 12 " 3,450 00 

Wm. H. T. Mooney " " 12 " 3,450 00 

Thornton Mustard " " 12 " 3,600 00 

E. E. Ingall " " 12 " 3,600 00 

Marie V. Bibby " " 12 " 3,450 00 

Florence F. Halliday " " 12 " 3,450 00 

A. A. Powell Drawing Master 12 " 2,400 00 

Marie G. de Lestard French Master 12 " 800 00 

A. T. Cringan Music Master 12 " 2,400 00 

Frank McCordic Head Master of Model School 12 " 3,450 00 

C. D. Bouck Assistant, Boys' Model School 12 " 2,400 00 

Charters T. Sharp " " " " 12 " 2,300 00 

Adam McLeod " " " " 12 " 2,200 00 

Gordon S. Apperley " " " " 12 « 2,100 00 

Herbert C. Hardwick " " " " 12 « 1,800 00 

Norma M. Lindsay " " " " 12 " 1,500 00 

M. K. Caulfield Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 12 " 2,000 00 

A. F. Laven Assistant, Girls' Model School 12 " 1,800 00 

Alice A. Harding " " " " 12 " 1,800 00 

Isabella Richardson " " " " 12 « 1,800 00 

Jessie L Cross " " « " 12 " 1,800 00 

Jean Grieg Pianist 12 " 250 00 

E. H. Price Drill Master 12 " 1,800 00 

Arthur F. Hare Writing Master 12 " 600 00 

Caroline Stockton Instructor in Calisthenics 12 " 600 00 

M. W. Brown Instructor in Reading 12 " 600 00 

M. E. Macintyre Director of Kindergarten 12 " 2,400 00 

Mabel E. Hodgins Assistant Director of Kindergarten 12 " 1,500 00 

Lillian B. Harding Teacher, Kindergarten Primary 12 " 1,800 00 

Maud M. Watterworth .... " " " 12 " 1,800 00 

James H. Wilkinson Instructor of Manual Training 12 " 2,400 00 

Nina A. Ewing Instructor of Household Science 12 " 2,400 00 

Mabel E. Hay " " " 12 " 2,100 00 

Jean L. Merchant Librarian 12 " 2,000 00 

Eunice L. Borden « 12 " 1,400 00 

\'era S, Fuller Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

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Salaries — Continued 

Charles Soacly Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 12 months 

Charles F. Chandler Engineer 12 " 

M. Worley Fireman 12 " 

C.Hopkins " 12 " 

Peter P. Harrison " 12 " 

Wm. McMuIlin " 12 " 

Thos. Hunt Labourer on Grounds 12 " 

Robert Smith " " 12 " 

E. Knox Janitor, Normal School 12 " 

B. Sim'pson Janitor, Girls' Model School 12 " 

J. Cormack Cleaner and Helper 12 " 

Additional Teachers ($157.50) 
P. Page, kindergarten teacher, 78.75; Rhea Mossop, kindergarten teacher, 78.75. . 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services, and 
Advertising ($5,587.05) 

Reference Books. — Copp Clark Co., Ltd., 157.68; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 46.66; 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., 31.50; T. J. Ford & Co., 60.00; W. J. Gage Co., 
Ltd., 137.76; iMacMillan Co., Ltd., 318.81; Thomas Nelson & Sons, 117.72; 
Oxford University Press, 33.25; Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; Ryerson Press, 208.41: 
H. W. Wilson Co., 33.10; petty disbursements, 23.93 

Periodicals. — Wm. Dawson &. Sons, Ltd., 197.35; sundry subscriptions, 41.00 



Stationery. — Geo. M. Hendry Co., 21.55; King's Printer, 2,852.91; petty disburse- 
ments, $3.00 

Services. — Beatrice Hutton, clerk at 3.00 per day 

Advertising. — Globe Printing Co., 7.50; Mail and Empire Printing Co., 6.00 

Miscellaneous. — S. C. Johnson & Sons, Ltd., 14.00; United Typewriter Co., 18.00. 
Sundries: Cartage, 4.25; freight, 1.57; postage, 6.00; telegrams, 1.13; 
telephones, 256.60; petty disbursements, 73.87 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science 
and Manual Training Supplies ($2,547.47) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 63.75; A. R. Blackburn & Son, 21.50; Brown Bros., 
89.62; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, 689.57; Heintzman & Co., 12.50; Geo. M. 
Hendry Co., 83.55; King's Printer, 484.16; Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 546.33; 
Province of Ontario Pictures, 315.00; G. L. Rathbone, 32.02; The Robt. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 42.88; J. M. Stanley, 105.88; Whaley Royce & Co., Ltd., 49.08; petty 
disbursements, 11.63 

Supplies for Kindergarten ($432.73) 

Geo. M. Hendry Co., 367.38; King's Printer, 17.78; Simmons & Son, Ltd., 15.00; 
Steele Briggs Seed Co., 20.80; petty disbursements, 11.77 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($96.59) 
Harold A. Wilson Co., 75.62; Y.M.C.A., 18.00; petty disbursements, 2.97 



Annual Grants in Aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School 
Games and Rinks ($150.00) 

S. J. Radcliffe 

Payment to Toronto Board of Education ($1,800.00) 

Toronto Board of Education 

Fuel, Light and Povter ($6,356.16) 

Canada Coal Co., 93.60; Coal Importers, Ltd., 4,713.84; Consumers' Gas Co., 
144.69; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 1,387.06; petty disbursements, 16.97. . 



2,000 00 
1.600 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
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850 00 
1,400 00 



157 50 



1,182 32 
238 35 

2,877 46 

900 00 

13 50 

375 42 



2,547 47 



432 73 



96 59 



150 00 



1,800 00 



6,356 16 



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Brought forward 4,907,963 07 



Water ($931.43) 



City of Toronto. 



931 43 



Furniture and Furnishings ($408.18) 



Grand & Toy, Ltd., 93.00; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 224.00; The Robt. Simpson 

Co., Ltd., 89.74; petty disbursements, L44 408 18 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, Supplies, etc. ($727.61) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 10.75; Andrews Mountain Seed Co., 62.04; C. A. 
Cruickshanks, 12.50; J. Malloy, 10.50; Marchmont Co., 24.00; G. L. Plumb, 
234.16; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 33.92; J. A. Simmers, Ltd., 51.55; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 17.00; H. Tough, 16.00; City of Toronto, 39.00; T. Von-Hoff 
& Bloeker, 180.14; petty disbursements, 36.05 727 61 

Wages of Porters, Extra Firemen and Labourers on 

Grounds ($5,211.08) 

Pay list, wages 5,211 08 

Scrubbing, Gleaning and Supplies ($4,283.08) 

Canadian Germicide Co., 106.10; Canadian Oil Co., 187.03; Diamond Cleanser, 
Ltd., 20.22; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 58.39; J. C. Johnson & Son, Ltd., 15.00; 
King's Printer, 40.31; E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., 50.75; The Robt. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 81.79; Toronto Vermin Exterminators, 75.00; wages, charwomen, 
3,352.00; West Disinfecting Co., 31.20; Whirlwind Carpet Cleaning Co., 23.50; 
Yorkville Laundry, 209.49; petty disbursements, 32.30 4,283 08 

Repairs, Including Services, Material, Incidentals, etc. ($668.42) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 31.72; S. E. Ashal, 127.92; Bird-Archer Co., 57.00 
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., 17.48; John Cormack, 83.20; Eureka Mineral Wool & 
Asbestos Co., 11.10; Garlock Packing Co., 11.18; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 45.50 
Geo. A. Matthews, 12.10; Geo. Pearsall & Son, 24.76; Geo. Rathbone, Ltd. 
49.96; W. Richmond & Co., 25.90; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 76.05; Trelco. 
Ltd., 64.41. Petty disbursements, 30.14 668 42 



OTTAWA 



S. J. Keyes. 



Salaries ($74,250.00) 

. Principal 12 months 



G. A. Miller Departmental Master 12 

F. A. Jones " " 12 

H. W. Kerfoot " «' 12 

Geo. R. Smith " " 12 

Margaret Clifford " " 12 

Mildred E. Hallett " « 10 

R. F. Fleming Drawing Master 12 

Gaston Lauvray French Master 12 

T. A. Brown Music Master 12 

F. Luella Barriger Instructor in Drill and Calisthenics 12 

J. C. Logan Writing Master 12 

W. J. Neale Head Master Boys' Model School 12 

Elwood Oakes Assistant, Boys' Model School 12 

K. O. Birkin « « « « 12 

Orville E. Ault " " « « 12 

Rose Lynch " " " « 12 

Elsie A. Sherin " " " "' 12 

A. Hanahoe Head Mistress Girls' Model School 12 

A. M. Delaney Assistant Girls' Model School 12 

E. M. Cluff « " " " 12 

M. R. Elliott « " " " 12 

A. H. Baker Director of Kindergarten 12 

Dorothy L. Walker Assistant Director of Kindergarten 12 

Elizabeth Mitchell Teacher of Kindergarten Primary 12 

J. S. Harterre Instructor of Manual Training 12 

C. E. Green Instructor of Household Science 12 

L. E. Monaghan " " « 12 



4,200 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
2,750 00 
2,400 00 

800 00 
2,400 00 
1,200 00 

600 00 
3,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,300 00 



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1,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,000 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 



651 00 



Brought forward 4,985,242 87 

Salaries — Continued 

Cherry Grant Librarian 12 months 

E. M. Marshall Secretary and Stenographer 12 

A. Heeney First Engineer and Gardener 12 

B. Pearce Second Engineer and Gardener 12 

W. Hunt Carpenter 12 

Chas. Horton Caretaker 12 

Jas. McCorkill Nightwatchman and Fireman 12 

Additional Teachers ($651.00) 

Mary C. Connor, Instructor, Household Science, 567.00; M. G. Louvray, French 
Instructor, 84.00 .' 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services, Advertising 
and Miscellaneous ($5,257,40) 

Reference Books.— Copp, Clark Co., 119.90; J. M. Dent & Sons, 47.15; The T. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., 46.55; W. J. Gage & Co., 95.11; Hunter-Rose Co., 28.08; Mac- 
millan Co., 126.46; National Geographical Society, 10.00; Thos. Nelson and 
Sons, Ltd., 23.39; Oxford University Press. 17.64;'Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; 
Ryerson Press, 184.36; Wheeler Publishing Co. 29.86; petty disbursements, 45.67 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review Co., 8.00; A. H. Jarvis, 115.00; Willisons', 
Ltd.. 3.00 

Stationery. — King's Printer, 3,282.73; Modern Press, 33.80; Progressive Printers, 
177.50; petty disbursements, 11.25 

Services.— G. E. Browne, 245.00; A. Fraser. 28.00 

Advertising. — Citizen Publishing Co., Ltd., 12.80; Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., 

16.80; Stromberg Time Recorder Co.. Ltd., 4.04 33 64 

Miscellaneous.— C. Grant, 43.55; S. J. Keyes, 83.45; Sundries: Express, 142.78; 

freight, 30.16; postage, 45.60; telephone, 157.91; petty disbursements, 28.36 531 81 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual 
Manual Training Supplies ($1,829.47) 

Bryson & Graham, Ltd., 13.01; Jno. W. Garland & Son, Ltd., 58.50; Geo. M. Hendry 
Co., Ltd., 707.52; King's Printer, 310.05; C. Kirke Music Co., 15.85; Mcintosh 
& Watts, 34.04; National Drug & Chemical Co., 26.64; Chas. 0gilv\-, Ltd., 
96.63; R. E. Powell, 125.95; Producers' Dairy, Ltd., 69.08; Province of "Ontario 
Pictures, 317.50; Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, 12.42; petty disbursements, 
42.28 1,829 47 



787 


67 


126 


00 


3,505 


28 


273 


00 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($1.25) 



Ketchum & Co. 



1 25 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($983.03) 
Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 271.92; King's Printer, 677.29; petty disbursements, 33.82 983 03 

Grants in Aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School 

Games and Rinks ($150.00) 

S. J. Keyes 150 00 

Payment to Ottawa School Board ($900.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 900 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($6,419.28) 

Jno. Henry & Son, 1,754.21; Independent Coal Co., 3,928.15; Ottawa Gas Co., 44.16; 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission, 692.76 6,419 28 

Water ($568.06) 
Corporation, City of Ottawa 568 06 

Carried forward 5,011,202 Z6 



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Brought forward 5,011,202 36 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($587.35) 



W. J. Carson, Ltd., 71.23; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 262.86; W. J. Orr, 19.00; 
Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission, 32.20; W. A. Rankin, 52.55; Stewart & Co., 
121.00; Thornton & Truman, 10.65; petty disbursements, 17.86 

Expenses of Grounds ($300.32) 

Graham Bros., Ltd., 154.12; Mahoney & Rich, 40.00; Slim Bros., 12.00; R. H. 
Wright, Ltd., 75.00; petty disbursements, 19.20 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, etc. ($2,042.71) 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., 83.80; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 30.75; E. B. Eddy Co., 
135.70; Monastery of Our Lady of Charity, 83.63; wages of charwomen, 1,705.40; 



petty disbursements, 3.43. 



Snow Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($527.18) 
Mahoney & Rich, 66.60; McKinley & Northwood, 403.20; C. Ross, 57.38. 



587 35 



300 32 



2,042 71 



527 18 



LONDON NORMAL 

Salaries ($39,052.79) 

W. Prendergast Principal 12 months 

A. Stevenson Departmental Master 10 " 

E. T. White « « 12 " 

G. W. HoflFerd « « 12 « 

T.E.Clarke " " 12 " 

J. G. McEachren " " 12 " 

E. H. McKone " " 12 " 

Dorothy Emery Drawing Master 12 " 

Wm. F. Marshall Writing Master 12 " 

Harry T. Dickinson Music Master 12 " 

A. Slatter Drill, Gymnastics and Calisthenics 12 " 

S. Pickles Instructor Manual Training 12 " 

A. B. Neville Instructor Household Science 12 " 

L. Gahn Librarian 12 " 

N. Heflfernan Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 

W. Casey Engineer 12 " 

Geo. Fitchett Night Watchman 12 " 

J. W. Westervelt Writing Master 10 days 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services 
and Contingencies ($2,748.23) 

Reference Books. — Grolier Society, Ltd., 37.25; Macmillan Co., Ltd., 31.41; 
McNeill Sales, Ltd., 11.01; Thos. Nelson & Sons, 27.50; Rous & Mann, 13.50; 
Ryerson Press, 82.49; petty disbursements, 33.33 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review, 8.00; A. C. Turnbull, 215.95 



Stationery.— Ashley & Crippen, 10.00; Book & Novelty Shop, 51.75; Chas. Chap- 
man Co., 17.50; Hay Stationery Co., Ltd., 16.23; King's Printer, 641.32; London 
Printing & Lithographing Co., 144.57; C. R. Smith Co., 199.03; Stephens Sales 
Co., 27.69 

Services.— M. E. Davis, 50.70; M. Dicknoether, 40.00; Dr. A. J. Grant, 8.00; 
W. R. Pendergast, 52.00; Inez Taylor, 4.00 

Miscellaneous.— Board of Education, 109.24; S. Graham, 32.95; M. E. Hay, 633.05; 
Wm. Pendergast, 33.50. Sundries: Express, 44.58; postage, 42.00; telegrams, .80; 
telephone, 89.48; petty disbursements, 39.40 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science 
and Manual Training Supplies ($733.34) 

Bosch & Lomb Optical Co., 11.34; W. J. Brown, 91.66; Wm. Gerry & Sons, 90.29; 
Photographic Stores, Ltd., 11.28; Province of Ontario Pictures, 318.25; T. N. 
Simmer, 16.35; Geo. S. Trudell & Co., 100.11; W. J. White, 68.54; petty dis- 
bursements, 25.52 



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3,000 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
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2,300 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
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236 49 
223 95 



1,108 09 

154 70 

1,025 00 



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Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($20.80) 

Wm. Gurd & Co., 10.80; T. Munro, 10.00 20 80 

Payment to London Board of Education ($1,450.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 1,450 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,669.12) 

City Gas Co., 31.92; Hawken Lang Coal Co., 1,276.86; Public Utilities Commission, 

359.26; W. J. White, 1.08 1,669 12 

Water ($103.44) 

Public Utilities Commission 103 44 

Furniture Repairs and Incidentals ($599.27) 

Robt. S. Abram, 21.70; Fleming, Houghtbv, 28.55; Grand & Tov, Ltd., 51.50; 
London Window Cleaning Co., 57.00; G. H. McCullough, 84.25; Meakins & Son, 
10.92; Alex. Milne, 50.10; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 45.60; Public Utilities Com- 
mission, 11.61; Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., 149.46; W. J. White, 68.44; petty 
disbursements, 20.14 599 27 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($1,349.01) 

Thos. Casey, 202.00; J. Powlitski, 90.65; pay list, wages of men, 903.50; Public 
Utilities Commission, 105.96; Young & Murdoch, 24.25; petty disbursements, 
22.65 1,349 01 



Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,792.46) 

The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 14.00; London Soap Co., 15.00; National Grocers, Ltd., 
50.87; wages of charwomen, 1,626.44; Sundries: Cartage, 66.00; freight, 
5.40; petty disbursements, 14.75 



1,792 46 



HAMILTON NORMAL 

Salaries ($34,700.00) 

David Whyte Principal 12 months 

G. O. McMillan Departmental Master 12 " 



H. E.Amos. 

H. G. Lockett 

J. H. Davidson 

M. G. Naomi Irving. 

J. R. Seavey Drawing 



12 

" 12 

« 12 

" 12 

Master 12 

A. J. Park Writing~Master 12 

H. A. Stares Music blaster 12 

J. M. Grindlay Instructor, Drill, Gymnastics and Calis- 
thenics 12 

A. J, Painter Instructor of Manual Training 12 

Clara E. Elliott Instructor Household Science 12 

Beatrice Allan Librarian 12 

C. I. Carruthers Secretary and Stenographer 12 

Geo. Henderson Engineer 12 

L. Slaughter Caretaker 12 



3,800 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,300 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 
1,200 00 

600 00 
1,200 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and 
Contingencies ($1,894,34) 

Reference Books.— W. J. Gage & Co., 21.85; Longmans, Green & Co., 46.90; Mac- 
millan Co., 45.56; Thos. Nelson & Sons, 27.50: Oxford University Press, 15.00; 
Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; Ryerson Press, 81.05; petty disbursements, 37.25 288 61 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review, 8.00; Canadian Historical Review, 4.00; 

sundry newspapers and periodicals, 2.34; A. C. Turnbull, 153.60 167 94 

Stationery.— Buntin,Gillies& Co., 123.23; King'sPrinter,773. 72; Lowe-Martin, Ltd., 
17.10; McNeil Sales, Ltd., 22.50; Stephens Sales, Ltd., 11.76; petty disburse- 
ments, 12.20 960 51 

Carried forward 5,100,295 44 



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Brought forward 5,100,295 44 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationers, Services and 
Contingencies^ZIontinued 

Miscellaneous. — B. Allan, 36.65; M. T. Bibby, 132.37; J. H. French, 36.75; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., 13.25; J. E. Poole Co., 11.55; J. M. Semmens, 14.00; 
United Typewriters Co., 32.05; Sundries: excise stamps, 5.21; express, 31.94; 
freight, .50; postage, 31.00: telephone, 84.43; petty disbursements, 47.58 477 28 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic 
Science and Manual Training Supplies (S997.05) 

D. Aitchison Lumber Co., 105.83; Artists' Supply Co., 19.54; S. Bryant, 11.00; 
Geo. M. Hendry Co., 106.82; Irish Linen Store, 15.05; iMcClary Mfg. Co., 91.25; 
W. T. McDougall & Co., 17.60; Mills Hardware Co., Ltd.. 64.23; Patricks, Fair 
& Square, Ltd., 10.18; Province of Ontario, Pictures, 315.00; J. G. Ramsay & 
Co., 27.12; Ed. Reid, 27.20; G. W. Robinson Co., Ltd., 36.94; J. M. Semm.ens, 
40.02; A. C. Turnbull, 27.65; Wing & Son, 11.37; petty disbursements, 70.25. . . 997 05 

Physical Culture, Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($86.10) 
Baptist Church, 10.00; First United Church, 20.00; S. Manson, Ltd., 56.10 86 10 

Payments to Hamilton Board of Education ($1,100.00) 

Hamilton, Corporation, City of 1,100 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,132.00) 

Balfour, Smye & Co., 2.81: Gillies & Guy, Ltd., 812.06; Hamilton Hydro-Electric 

System, 308.43; United Gas & Fuel Co.. 8.70 1,132 00 

Water ($71.09) 
Hamilton, Corporation, City of 71 09 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals, etc. ($704.19) 

D. Aitchison Lumber Co., 19.61; W. T. Buckingham, 21.20; R. Haygarth, 54.76; 
Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 19.20; J. Luker. 165.00; R. H. Paisley, 20.00; Ed. 
Reid, 56.05; Simmons & Sons, 10.56; A. W. Souter & Co., 20.60; United Type- 
writer Co., 68.04; Thos. C. Watkins, Ltd., 34.69; Wood, Alexander 8c James, 
153.93 ; petty disbursements, 60.55 704 19 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($496.42) 

Wm. Filkin, 24.00; Freeman Fertilizer Works, 13.75; F. M. Page, 44.55; Chas. 
Rankin, 14.00; P. G. Raven, 94.69; Geo. T. Sones, 90.50; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., 
183.98; petty disbursements, 30.95 



496 42 



Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,327.29) 

Edyt, 21.00; Hamilton Mill Supply Co., 15.52; pay list, charwomen, 1,160.30; 
Sunlight Laundry Co., 16.78; West Disinfecting Co., 19.00; Wood, Alexander & 
James, 18.30; Mrs. R. Young, 22.23. Sundries: Cartage, 4.85; petty disburse- 
ments, 49.31 



1,327 29 



PETERBOROUGH NORMAL 
Salaries ($31,500,00^ 

D. Walker Principal 12 months 

H. G. Park Departmental Master 12 " 

A. J. Madill " " 12 " 

A. Macdonald " " 12 " 

C.H.Edwards " " 12 " 

J. C. McRae Drawing Master 12 " 

J. A. McKone Writing Master 12 " 

M. R. Rannie Music Master 12 " 

M. R. Rannie Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics and Calis- 
thenics 12 " 

A. F. Hagerman Instructor of Manual Training 12 " 

E. MacVannell Instiuctor of Household Science 12 " 



4,200 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,300 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 
1,200 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 
2,400 00 



Carried forward 5,132,186 86 



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Brought forward 5,132,186 86 

Salaries —Continued 

E. M. Munro Librarian 12 months 2,000 00 

B. Latimer Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

H. A. Bonney Engineer 12 " 1,500 00 

W. Gibbs Caretaker 12 " 1,300 00 

Additional Teachers ($200.00) 

Mary L Kenner, lecturer in French 200 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services 
and Contingencies ($1,406.34) 

Reference Books. — Macmillan Co., Ltd., 68.76; National Geographical Society, 
12.00; Thomas Nelson & Son, Ltd., 57.10; Oxford University Press, 17.53; 
Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; Ryerson Press, 71.19; petty disbursements, 49.68. . . 289 76 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review, 8.00; Wm. Dawson & Sons, Ltd., 150.20. . 158 20 

Stationery. — Card & Paper Works, Ltd., 17.17; Co-operative Supply Department, 
O.A.C., 14.85; King's Printer, 643.57; Peterborough Business College, 30.75; 
Peterborough Review Co., Ltd., 22.00; petty disbursements, 22.05 750 39 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — E. M. Munro, 30.10; Duncan Walker, 44.45. 74 5S 

Miscellaneous. — Sundries: Customs, 2.00; express, 33.30; freight, 1.05; postage, 

22.00; telephone, 57.53; petty disbursements, 17.56 133 44 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic 
Science and Manual Training Supplies ($799.95) 

A. R. Blackburn & Son, 20.00; Central Scientific Co., 97.79; M. Gaheen, 51.00; 
Hamilton Grocery, 37.20; E. Harris Co., Ltd., 19.00; Higgins Hardware Co., 
33.35; Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 16.11; International Injector Corporation, 
17.31; Peterborough Milk Products, 13.25; Province of Ontario Pictures, 317.75; 
J. C. Turnbull Co., 74.76; United Church Publishing Co., 17.95; E. Wand, 19.17; 
peity disbursements, 65.31 799 95 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($50.68) 

Lewis LeBarr, 20.03; W. H. Roberts, 1.50: The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 9.00; 

White's Cycles & Sporting Goods, Ltd., 20.15 50 68 

Payment to Peterborough Board of Education ($1,050.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education 1,050 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,370.83) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 11.15; Miller Powell Co., 4.56; Peterborough 

Utilities Commission, 150.18; Taylor & Son, 1,204.94 1,370 83 

Water ($135.93) 
Peterborough Utilities Commission 135 93 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($160.38) 

Higgins Hardware Co., 40.70; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 82.00; Peterborough Show 

Case Co., 18.25; petty disbursements, 19.43 160 38 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($416.71) 

Jordon Bros., 49.51; Geo. Meharrv, 30.00; Peterborough Floral Co., 70.10; Sheridan 

Nurseries, Ltd., 14.20; Wm. Simpson, 214.72; petty disbursements, 38.18 416 71 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($986.67) 

Fanning's Steam Laundry, 27.63; Higgins Hardware Co., 34.20; R. H. Hunter, 17.73; 
W. Mann, 17.25; McCoU Bros., Ltd., 13.66; pay list, charwomen, 861.95. 
Sundries: Cartage, 13.40; petty disbursements, .85 986 67 

Carried forward 5,144,764 35 



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F41 



4,200 00 
3,600100 
3,585 00 
3,600 00 
3,585 00 

i,20o;oo 

1,200|00 
1,200100 
2,300^00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 



472 50 



Brought forward 5,144,764 35 

STRATFORD NORMAL 

Salaries ($30,470.00) 

S. Silcox Principal 12 months 

J. W. Emery Departmental Master 12 " 

H. G. Martyn " " 12 " 

H. G, Manning " " 12 " 

L.R.Hainan « " 12 " 

H. Mayberry Drawing Master 12 " 

E.M.Cottle Writing Master and Instructor in Drill, 

Gymnastics and Calisthenics 12 " 

Wm. B. Rothwell Music Master 12 " 

E. M. Everson Instructor of Household Science 12 " 

A.J. Johnston Librarian 12 " 

M. M. Sebben Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 

Wm. Ellis Engineer 12 " 

C. Bell Caretaker 12 « 

Additional Teachers ($472.50) 
Clara Cawsey, Teacher in Art, 247.50; Margaret Parker, Teacher in Art, 225.00. . . 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services 
and Contingencies ($2,037.52) 

Reference Books. — Alexander Bookshop, 199.57; Macmillan Co., Ltd., 39.25; 
Thos. Nelson & Son, 29.80; Rous & Mann, 13.50; Ryerson Press, Ltd., 32.60; 
petty disbursements, 65.28 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review, 8.00; Lightfoot's Book Store, 132.25; 
Stratford Beacon Herald, 12.90; Stratford Literary Society, 12.00; Willison's, 
Ltd., 3.00; H. W. Wilson & Co., Ltd., 7.00 

Stationery.— Alex. Abraham, 27.50; Brown Bros., 12.00; King's Printer, 813.27; 
Murdock Stationery, 10.50; Stephens' Sales, Ltd., 32.01; petty disbursements, 
4.90 

Services.— Dr. A. Fisher, 45.00; Mrs. G. Ogilvy, 14.00 

Miscellaneous. — J. A. Johnston, 32.15; McNeil Sales, Ltd., 16.49; S. Pickles, 
292.50; S. Silcox, 13.90; A. E. Taylor, 27.38. Sundries: Express, 39.33; postage, 
11.00; telegrams, 1.87; telephone, 73.02; petty disbursements, 15.55 523 19 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science 
and Manual Training Supplies ($1,198.52) 

A. R. Blackburn & Son, 20.00; J. L. Bradshaw, 10.92; Central Scientific Co., 184.96; 
J. J. Crozier & Co., 14.00; Ferguson Duncan Co., Ltd., 25.72; D. D. Eraser, 
41.09; Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., 106.50; Macartney's Drug Store, 135.13; W. J. 
McCully, 162.31; F. G. McKay & Co., 35.00; J. R. Myers & Sons, 29.36; Province 
of Ontario Pictures, 336.85; Stratford Hardware, 50.56; petty disbursements, 
46.12 1,198 52 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($95.14) 

Alexander Book Shop, 25.59; Classic City Arena Co., 48.00; A. G. Spalding & 

Bros., 21.55 95 14 

Payment to Stratford Public School Board ($1,000.00) 
Stratford Board of Education 1,000 00 



380 


00 


175 


15 


900 


18 


59 


00 



Fuel, Light and Power ($1,120.86) 

N. R. Fiebig, 915.33; Public Utilities Commission, 205.53 



1,120 86 



Water ($143.48) 



Public Utilities Commission , 



143 48 



Carried forward 5,181.302 37 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 5,181,302 37 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($763.14) 

Bennington Electric Co., 29.76; W. R. Bradshaw, 156.00; Down & Fleming, 38.70; 
Greenwood & Vivian, 39.75; Imperial Oil Ltd., 13.55; Kalbfleisch Bros., 18.90; 
A. MacDonald Lumber Co., 270.56; Preston Noelting, Ltd., 14.79; Stratford 
Hardware Co., 143.28; J. J. Turner & Son, Ltd., 12.66; petty disbursements, 25.19 763 14 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($569.19) 

Management, Board of Parks, 105.00; Jno. A. Bruce & Co., 30.77; J. L. Bradshaw, 
11.43; John Burnett, 161.71; E. Burnham, 102.65; A. Knechert, 21.30; J. A. 
Simmers, Ltd., 12.65; pay list, wages of men, 103.68; petty disbursements, 20.00 569 19 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,119.78) 

Liquid Soap & Sanitary Products Co., 19.75; Jas. Lloyd & Son, 33.25; pay list, char- 
women, 996.82; E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., 23.69. Sundries: Cartage, 29.12; 
petty disbursements, 17.15 1,119 78 



NORTH BAY NORMAL 



Salaries ($35,050.00) 



A. C. Casselman Principal 

J. C. Norris Departmental Master 

H. E. Ricker " « 12 

J. A. Bannister " " 12 

G. Morgan « " 12 

Mrs. E^na J. Skuce " " 12 

C. Ramsay Drawing Master 12 

J. B. Gatenby Music Master 12 

J. E. Chambers Instructor in Manual Training 12 

D. Stevenson Instructor in Household Science 12 

K. McCubbin Librarian and Secretary 12 

F. Wharram Engineer 12 

J. Clark Caretaker 12 



12 months 
12 



4,200 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,150 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,100 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and 
Contingencies ($1,438.64) 

Reference Books.— M. Martin, 13.50; MacMillan Co., Ltd., 83.82; Thos. Nelson & 
Sons, Ltd., 21.31; Oxford University Press, 16.05; Rous & Mann, Ltd., 13.50; 
petty disbursements, 44.47 192 65 

Periodicals. — Canadian Annual Review, 8.00; Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 
3.00; Wm. Dawson & Sons, Ltd., 162.84; North Bay Despatch, 4.00; North Bay 
Nuggett. 6.30; Ontario Historical Society, 4.00 188 14 

Stationery. — Gateway City News, 43.50; King's Printer, 615.57; McNeil Sales, 

Ltd., 5.93; Murdoch Stationery, 64.50 729 50 

Miscellaneous.— A. C. Casselman, 101.58; J. J. Doyle, 52.00; K. McCubbin, 
24.60. Sundries: Express, 52.55; freight, 12.02; postage, 36.64; telegrams, 
1.64; telephone, 44.32; petty disbursements, 3.00 328 35 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science 
and Manual Training Supplies ($728.84) 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, 17.74; E. Couchar, 16.00; Cochrane-Dunlop Hard- 
ware Co., 10.37; Geo. M. Hendry Co., 151.67; D. T. Millard, 59.48; Province of 
Ontario Pictures, 315.00; R. B. Tennant & Co., 44.00; V. B. Willcock, 17.00; 
F. A. York, 54.42; petty disbursements, 43.16 728 84 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses, etc. ($68,222.55) 
Sundry students 68,222 55 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,804.68) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 301.80; Lindsay & McClusky, Ltd., 1,495.98; 

petty disbursements, 6.90 1,804 68 

Carried forward 5,290,999 19 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 43 

Brought forward 5,290,999 19 

Water ($89.46) 
Corporation, City of North Bay 89 46 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($260.09) 

D. Anderson, 10.20; Cochrane- Dunlop Hardware Co., 99.72; Electric Supply Co., 
31.30; Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., 52.75; Standard Planing Mills Co., 
12.50; R. B. Tennant & Co., 22.75; petty disbursements, 30.87 260 09 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($320.05) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 38.25; J. J. Doyle, 47.00; Jos. P. Dufaure, 20.00; 
John Fleury, 14.00; Wm. Munns, 16.10; pay list, wages of men, 96.55; H. Stock- 
dale, 36.00; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 27.25; petty disbursements, 24.90 320 05 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,073.38) 

Dustbane Products, Ltd., 10.00; King's Printer, 35.28; pay list, charwomen, 933.52; 
E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., 19.57; J. W. Richardson, 27.05 ; West Disinfecting 
Co., 19.50. Sundries: Cartage, 2.00; petty disbursements, 26.46 1,073 38 

Normal and Model Schools $509,306.60 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS 

OTTAWA 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments and Contingencies ($20.35) 

Reference Books. — Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 5.60; A. H. Jarvis, 8.75 14 35 

Periodicals. — Librarie 6 GO 

STURGEON FALLS 

Salaries ($8,900.00) 

T, M. Kaine Principal 12 months 3,100 00 

Harvey H. Andrews Assistant Teacher 12 " 2,000 00 

Gabrielle Gourand " " 12 " 900 00 

M. O. Clelland Instructor in Household Science 12 " 1,600 00 

Joseph Racine Caretaker 12 " 1,300 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($909.20) 

Reference Books. — Copp. Clark Co., Ltd., 23.36; The T. Eaten Co., Ltd., 7.60; 
W. J. Gage & Co., 22.74; Granger Freres, 18.35; MacMillan Co., Ltd., 51.37; 
Ryerson Press, 22.26; Service Central de Librarie, 18.00; E. H. Winn, 118.40 282 08 

Periodicals. — Canada Francais, 9.00; L'Action Catholique, 4.00; L'Action Sociale, 

Ltd.. 4.00; Toronto Globe, 5.00 ' 22 00 

Stationery.— King's Printer, 223.21 ; S. H. Winn, 10.30 233 51 

Services.— Marie Greland, 12.50; Sister St. Emile, 12.50 25 00 

Miscellaneous.— Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 176.00; J. M. Kaine, 85.47; W. C. 
Parliament, 34.02. Sundries: Postage, 6.00; telephone, 30.64; petty disburse- 
ments, 14.48 346 61 

Payment to R.C. Separate School Board ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer, R.C.S.S. Board 1,000 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($30,996.70) 
Sundry students 30,996 70 

Fuel, Light and Povi'er ($571.27) 

J. M. Lalonde, 3.00; Michaud and Levesque, 501.76; Town of Sturgeon Falls, 66.51 571 27 



Carried forward 5,335,139 69 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 5.335,139 60 



Water ($117.80) 



Corporation of Sturgeon Falls 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($53.36) 

J. F. Demers, 28.75; Robt. Lillie, 13.25; petty disbursements, 11.36 

Expenses of Grounds ($4.00) 



A. Trudel. 



Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($42.06) 



Michaud and Levesque . 



117 80 

53 36 

4 00 

42 06 



VANKLEEK HILL 

Salaries ($5,100.00) 



John Hartley Principal 

Robt. Gauthier Assistant Teacher. 



12 months 
12 " 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($1,297.86) 

Reference Books. — Christian Bros., 25.88; Copp, Clark Co., 21.47; Freres de 
L'Instruction Chretienne, 67.44; Freres du Sacre Coeur, 21.68; M. R. Lafon- 
taine, 27.30; Librairie Fernand Nathan, 33.21; MacMillan Co., Ltd., 17.43; 
Ryerson Press, 64.95; petty disbursements, 28.54 

Periodicals. — La Patrie, 6.00; Ottawa Citizen, 4.50; Toronto Mail & Empire, 5.00 

Stationery. — King's Printer 

Services.— Sisters of St. Mary, 500.00; L. Riddell, 60.00 

Miscellaneous. — Walter Crooks, 60.00; John Hartley, 27.35; Geo. M. Hendry 
Co., Ltd., 14.75; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 52.00; United Typewriter Co., 
135.82. Sundries: express, 24.90; freight, 1.13; postage, 5.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 5.15 



Rent of School Building ($800.00) 



Sisters of St. Mary. 



Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($7,559.15) 



Sundry students . 



3,100 00 
2,000 00 



307 


90 


15 50 


88 


36 


560 00 


326 


10 


800 00 



7,559 15 



SANDWICH 

Salaries ($7,400.00) 

D. M. Eagle Principal 12 months 

Amedee Beneteau Assistant Teacher 12 " 

Albine Sabourin « " 12 « 

Eugene Cabana Caretaker 12 " 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($894.57; 

Reference Books. — Macmillan Co., Ltd 

Stationery.— T. E. Marentett & Son, 57.11; J. A. McCormick, 10.45 



Services.— Rose Brennan, 50.00; H. W. Bull, 200.00; D. M. Eagle, 40.00; Louise 
Pelletier, 50.00; Sister Anthony of the Cross, 50.00; Sister John Berchmans, 
150.00; Sister Eugene of Rome, 50.00; Sister Gregory of Nyssa, 50.00; Sister M. 
Virginia. 50.00; Sister Mary of the Crucifix, 40.00 

Miscellaneous. — D, M. Eagle, 21.75. Sundries: express, 3.10; postage, 10.61; 
telephone, 47.60; petty disbursements, 3.95 



Payment to R.C.S.S. Board ($600.00) 



Treasurer, R.C.S.S. Board. 



3,100 00 

2,600 00 

1,000 00 

700 00 



10 00 

67 56 



730 00 
87 01 

600 00 



Carried forward 5,359.008 49 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 45 

Brought forward 5,359,008 4f 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($7,440.74) 
Sundry students 7,440 74 

Fuel, Light and Power ($257.34) 

Geo. J. Dupuis, 5.45; Wm. Woolatt & Son, 230.64; Sandwich Hydro-Electric Sys- 
tem, 21.25 257 34 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($4.90) 
Acme Hardware Co 4 90 

Expenses of Grounds ($7.75) 

Acme Hardware Co.. 3.75; M. Gray, 4.00 7 75 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($40.80) 

Acme Hardware Co., 15.40; Mrs. E. Cabana, 13.25; petty disbursements, 12.15. . . 40 80 

EMBRUN 

Salaries ($6,783.32) 

Jos. Bechard Principal 12 months 3,000 00 

Aline Fortier Assistant Teacher 10 " 1,250 00 

Ravmond R. Maurice " " 2 " 333 32 

Camille M. Blanchard " « 12 « 1.500 00 

Antonio Bordeau Caretaker 12 " 700 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($683.06) 

Reference Books.— Copp Clark, Co. Ltd., 7.79; J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., 14.96; 
Granger Freres, Ltd.. 10.90; W. J. Gage & Co., 7.65; MacMillan Co., Ltd., 
21.30; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 4.60; Ryerson Press, 9.40 76 60 

Periodicals. — Le Devoir, 6.00; Le Imprimerie Populaire, Ltd., 6.00; Ottawa Mori- 

ing Citizen, 4.50; Ottawa Journal, 4.50; Toronto Globe, 5.00 26 00 

Stationery. — Geo. M. Hendry Co., 31.95; Jas. Hope & Son, 12.00; King's Printer, 

79.20; petty disbursements, 4.15 127 30 

Miscellaneous. — Columbia Phonograph Co., Ltd., 115.00; Jos. Bechard, 25.05; 
J. P. Buipre, 62.90; E. Daoust, 82.91; Ketchum & Co.. 12.00; O. Mahon, 14.05; 
Harold A. Wilson Co., 21.23. Sundries: Cartage, 24.00; express, 20.60; freight, 
9.55; postage, 13.10; telephone, 38.04; petty disbursements, 14.73 453 16 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($23,994.20) 
Sundry students 23,994 20 

Fuel, Light and Power ($632.43) 

Emard A. Treffle. 485.10; Hvdro-Electric Power Commission, 50.16; Independent 

Coal Co., 97.17 '. 632 43 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($308.38) 

T. G. Griffith & Co., 130.00; Geo. M. Hendry Co., 70.00; O. Mahen, 12.53; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., 48.50; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 35.40; petty disburse- 
ments, 11.95'. 308 38 

Expenses of Grounds ($179.05) 

J. A. Bourdeau, 175.00; J. S. Phoenix, 4.05 179 05 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($19.20) 

0. Mahen 19 20 

English-French Schools $106,617.49 



Carried forward 5,399,359 66 



F 46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 5,399,359 66 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES 

Salaries ($18,200. OOj 

I. M. Levan Inspector 12 months 4,600 00 

Geo. F. Rogers " 12 " 4,600 00 

R. W. Anglin " 12 " 4,600 00 

A. J. Husband. . ., " 12 " 4,400 00 



Grants ($430,625.56) 

Alexandria, 1,616.50; Alliston, 1,579.89; Almonte, 1,504.22; Amherstburg, 1,825.44; 
Arnprior, 1,828.31; Arthur, 1,383.44; Athens, 1,817.87; Aurora, 1,872.17; Avon- 
more, 1,297.07; Avlmer, 1,699.79; Barrie, 1,756.50; Beamsville, 1,849.51; Belle- 
ville, 1,442.50; Blenheim, 1,282.53; Bowmanville, 1,636.50; Bracebridge, 7,493.53; 
Bradford, 1,356.84; Brampton, 1,870.39; Brantford, 1,849.50; Bridgeburg, 
1,539.10; Brighton, 1,330.82; BrockviUe. 1,567.00; Burford, 1,602.72; Burling- 
ton, 1,641.32; Caledonia, 1,836.32; Campbellford, 1,871.50; Carleton Place, 
1,783.69; Cavuga, 1,377.25; Chapleau, 3,346.70; Chatham, 1,771.50; Chesley, 
1,565.22; Chesterville, 1,236.55; Clinton, 1,963.50; Cobalt, 37,749.32; Cobourg, 
1.749.50; Cochrane, 19,151.58; Colborne, 1,485.75; Colling\vood, 1,926.47; 
Cornwall, 1,928.81; Deseronto, 1,320.37; Dundalk, 1,193.72; Dundas, 1,513.61; 
Dunnville, 1,731.50; Durham, 1,373.24; Dutton, 1.423.89; East York, 1,867.93; 
Elmira, 1,384.21; Elora. 1,076.61; Essex, 1,866.20; Exeter, 1,491.48; Fergus, 
1,464.66; Finch, 1,348.86; Flesherton, 1,483.59; Forest, 1,511.99; Fort Frances, 
5,444.54; Fort William, 7,747.98; Gait, 1,981.50; Gananoque, 1,589.00; George- 
town, 1,651.02; Glencoe, 1,292.41; Goderich. 1,920.50; Gravenhurst, 2,501.34; 
Grimsby, 1,891.48; Guelph, 1,883.68; Hagersville, 1,430.47; Haileybury, 9,843.94; 
Hamilton, 3,658.00; Hanover, 1,823.50; Harriston, 1,433.08; Hawkesbury, 
1,256.48; Huntsville, 5,321.90; IngersoU, 1,557.40; Iroquois, 1,393.81; Kempt- 
ville, 1,522.68; Kenora, 3,300.80; Kincardine, 1,677.97; Kingston, 1,642.50; Kings- 
ville, 1,603.77; Kitchener, 1,983.50; Lakefield, 1,073.08; Leamington, 1,889.50; 
Lindsay, 1,917.50; Listowel, 1,591.50; London, 5,162.82; Lucan, 1,327.85; 
Madoc, 1,450.44; Markdale, 1,070.05; iMarkham. 1,472.91; Meaford, 1,860.34; 
Midland, 1,767.50; Milton, 1,707.04; Mimico, 1,834.50; Mitchell, 1,804.12; 
Morewood. 1,094.25; Morrisburg, 1,822.72; Mount Forest, 1,507.38; Napanee, 
1,787.15; Nepean, 1,845.31; Newburgh, 1,099.82; Newcastle, 939.34; New- 
market, 1,895.00; New Liskeard, 3.565.76; Niagara Falls, 1,879.50; Niagara 
Falls South, 1,797.09; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1,379.87; North Bav, 5,372.29; 
Norwich, 1,610.50; Norwood. 1,338.51; OakA-ille, 1,751.50; Omemee, 856.10; 
Orangeville, 1,760.13; Orillia, 1,680.77; Oshawa, 1,915.76; Ottawa, 1,875.50; 
Owen Sound, 1,922.50; Paris, 1,853.00; Parkhill, 1,388.20; Parry Sound, 3,399.02; 
Pembroke, 1,953.50; Penetanguishene, 1,404.61; Perth, 1,989.50; Peterborough, 
1,540.50; PetroHa, 1,867.13; Picton, 1,977.50; Plantagenet, 1,115.78; Port 
Arthur, 3,645.00; Port Colborne, 1,873.46; Port Dover, 1,257.22; Port Elgin, 
1.091.95; Port Hope, 1,711.06; Port Perrv, 1,683.61; Port Rowan, 881.11; Pres- 
cott, 1,635.25: Renfrew, 1,893.50: Richmond Hill, 1,827.44; Ridgetown, 1,585.25; 
Rockland, 1,078.95; Sarnia, 1,981.50; Sault .Ste. Marie, 8,473.16; Scarboro, 
1,874.32; Seaforth, 1,574.50; Shelburne, 1,653.43; Simcoe, 1,635.63; Smith's 
Falls, 1,794.50; SmithviUe, 1,453.19; St. Catharines, 1,951.50; St. Mary's, 
1,935.50; St. Thomas, 1,701.23; Stirling, 1,669.14; Stratford, 2,001.50; Strath- 
rov, 1,905.50; Streetsville, 1,093.51: Sudburv, 9,521.43; Svdenham, 1,497.01; 
Thessalon, 3,478.72; Thorold, 1,434.14; Tillsonburg, 1,875.42; Timmins, 9,217.25; 
Toronto, 16,438.41; Trenton, 1,890.76; Tweed, 1,537.58; U.xbridge, 1,832.53; 
Vankleek Hill, 1,626.50; Vienna, 703.88; Walkerton, 1,539.77; Walkerville, 
1,958.41; Wallaceburg, 1,619.48; Wardsville, 854.30; Waterdown, 1,394.81; 
Waterford, 1,197.73; Watford, 1,474.00; Welland, 1,806.50; Weston, 1,811.00; 
Whitbv, 1,570.77; Wiarton, 1,603.88; Williamstown, 1,450.59; Winchester, 
1.552.48; Windsor, 1,781.50; Wingham, 1,515.00; Woodstock, 1,765.50; York 
Twp., 1,907.43 430,625 56 



Night High Schools ($6,915.28) 

Grants.— Brantford, 126.66; Fort William, 26.66; Gait, 209.33; Hamilton, 1,250.08; 
Hanover, 212.50; Kitchener, 146.66; London, 758.33; Oshawa, 128.00; Pem- 
broke, 65.00; Port Dover, 61.33; St. Catharines, 256.00; St. Thomas, 152.00; 
Sarnia, 76.00; Toronto, 2,700.90; Weston, 192.50; Windsor, 553.33 



6,915 28 



Carried forward 5,855,100 50 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 47 

Brought forward 5,855,100 50 

High School Cadet Corps ($4,000.00) 

Grants.— Amherstburg, 50.00; Arnorior, 50.00; Athens, 50.00; Aurora, 50.00; 
Barrie, 50.00; Brampton, 50.00; Brantford, 50.00; Brock\'iIle, 50.00; Campbell- 
ford, 50.00; Carleton Place, 50.00; Chapleau. 50.00; Chatham, 100.00; Cobourg, 
50.00; Collingwood, 50.00; Cornwall, 50.00; Dunnville, 50.00; Esse.\, 50.00; 
Fort Frances, 50.00; Fort William, 50.00; Gait, 50.00; Goderich, 50.00; Guelph, 
50.00; Hailevburv, 50.00; Hamilton, 150.00; Kenora, 50.00; Kingston, 50.00; 
Kingsville, 50.00; Leamington, 50.00; Lindsav. 50.00; ]\Ieaford, 50.00; Mid- 
land, 50.00; Milton, 50.00; Mitchell. 50.00; Napanee, 50.00; Niagara Falls, 
50.00; Niagara Falls South, 50.00; North Bav, 50.00; Orangeville, 50.00; Orillia, 
50.00; Oshawa, 50.00; Ottawa, 100.00; Owen Sound, 50.00; Parrv Sound, 50.00; 
Perth, 50.00; Picton, 50.00; Port Arthur, 50.00; Port Hope, 50.00; Prescott, 
50.00; Renfrew, 50.00; St. Catharines, 50.00; St. Marv's, 50.00; Sarnia, 50.00; 
Scarboro, 50.00; Seaforth, 50.00; Smith's Falls, 50.00; .Stirling, 50.00; Strathroy, 
50.00; Tillsonburg, 50.00; Timmins, 50.00; Toronto, 500.00; Trenton, 50.00; 
Yankleek Hill, 50.00; Walkerville, 50.00; Welland, 50.00; Windsor, 100.00; 
Woodstock, 50.00 4.000 00 

Music Courses ($200.00) 
Grants. — Sundry school boards and teachers 200 00 

To Offset Losses Occasioned by Unassessed Crown Property 

($113.65j 

Grant. — Treasurer, Wliitby Board of Education 115 65 

Travelling and Moving Expenses ($4,194.69) 

R. W. Anglin, 1,594.51; A. J. Husband, 770.96; L M. Levan, 988.50; G. F. Rogers, 

840.72 4,194 69 

Stationery, Postage, Printing, Services and Contingencies 

($7,100.28) 

Services.— C. E. Auger, 24.00; J. S. Bennett, 18.00; P. E. Briguet, 24.00; H. W. 
Brown, 30.00; G. H. Clarke, 42.00; W. S. Fox, 12.00; R. K. Hicks, 24.00; L. C. A. 
Hodgins, 36.00; E. S. Hogarth, 24.00; F. C. A. Jeannette, 24.00; R. O. Jolliffe, 
24.00; H. W. Kerfoot, 24.00; W. A. Kirkwood, 24.00; A. E. Lang, 24.00; Rev. 
E. J. McCorkell, 12.00; W. S. W. McLav, 42.00; J. H. Mills, 24.00; J. Muir, 
24.00; A. L Ogilvie, 42.00; W. Parkenham, 24.00; G. C. Patterson, 24.00; S. J. 
Radcliffe, 36.00; E. M. Sealev, 36.00; J. A. Spencelev, 36.00; J. Stevenson, 6.00; 
I. O. Wade, 24.00; M. W. Wallace, 36.00 720 00 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 677.85; MacMillan Co., Ltd., book, 23.50; Makers 
of Canada. Ltd., books, 5,467.25; United Typewriter Co., typewriter, 140.82. 
Sundries: Postage, 45.00; petty disbursements, 25.86 6,380.28 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes $471,351.46 

DEPARTMENTAL MUSEUM 
Salaries ($3,500.00) 

Rowland B. Orr Director of Ontario Provincial Museum. . . 12 months 2,100 00 

Robert Virtue Cleaner and Helper 12 " 1,400 00 

Contingencies ($2,628.25) 

Temporarv Services. — Hazel Borthwick, clerk stenographer at 83.33 per mo., 
999.96; S. Grant, guard at 3.13 per diem, 359.95; W. W. Hodgson, guard at 
3.13 per diem, 979.69 2,339 60 

Miscellaneous. — E. Harris Co., Ltd., bronze, 10.14; King's Printer, 27.08; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., desk, 72.00; Dr. R. B. Orr, tax, 5.00; United Typewriter 
Co., typewriter and inspections, 139.82; Sundries: Express, 1.80; freight, 1.66; 
telephone, 1.40; petty disbursements, 29.75 288 65 



Carried forward 5,876,839 37 



F 48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 5,876,839 37 

Expenses of Archaeological Researches, etc. ($168.22) 

Miscellaneous. — R. B. Orr, travelling expenses, 41.35; G. Pearsall & Son, hard- 
ware, 16.16; H. G. Tucker, accountable warrant, 100.00; petty disbursements, 
10.71 168 22 

Natural History Collections, etc. ($193.65) 

Miscellaneous. — M. F. Edwards, painting, 108.00; G. H. Hamilton, soap, 26.00; 

Oliver Spanner Co., 36.00; Sundries: Telegrams, .33; petty disbursements, 23.32 193 65 

Departmental Museum $6,490.12 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

Salaries ($14,600.00) 

W. O. Carson Inspector of Public Libraries 12 months 4,200 00 

Dorothy Thompson Teacher and Librarian, Ontario Library 

School '.12 " 2,000 00 

S. B. Herbert Senior Clerk 12 " 2,200 00 

Wm. Lemon Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

Wm. E. Smith Senior Clerk 12 " 1,900 00 

P, Spereman Library Assistant 12 " 1,500 00 

Jessie Craig Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses ($54,851.04) 

Grants. — Acton, 66.56; Admaston, 19.65; Agincourt, 231.64; Allenford, 17.21; 
Alliston, 131.80; Alma, 35.00; Almonte, 182.97; Alton, 55.60; Amherstburg, 
236.10; Angus, 62.92; Apple Hill, 20.00; Arkona, 30.67; Arnprior, 200.00; Arthur, 
61.85; Athens, 35.55; Atwood, 10.00; Auburn, 59.73; Aurora, 134.59; Aylmer, 
191.76; Avr, 79.75; Bala, 33.59; Bancroft, 88.24; Barrie, 260.00; Bath, 40.06; 
Bayfield, 35.42; Baysville, 25.21; Beamsville, 161.98; Beechwood, 80.35; Belle- 
ville, 260.00; Belmont, 55.82; Bellwood, 60.75; Birch Cliff, 68.88; Blenheim, 
139.69; Blind River, 119.76; Bloomf^eld, 57.33; Blyth, 22.09; Bobcaygeon, 
121.20; Bothwell, 70.72; Bowmanvihe, 215.45; Bracebridge. 205.53; Brampton, 
238.90; Bridgeburg, 112.88; Brighton, 50.29; Brinston, 20.00; Brockville, 260.00; 
Brooklin, 19.08; Bronte, 79.16; Brougham, 47.12; Brownsville, 46.19; Bruce- 
field. 11.26; Burgessville, 27.25; Burlington, 234.35; Caledon, 26.05; Cambray, 
55.82; Camden East, lO.OC; Campbellford, 248.75; Canfield, 47.16; Cannington, 
43.64; Cardinal, 54.81; Cargill, 32.77; Carleton Place, 168.94; Carlisle, 54.88; 
Cayuga, 15.00; Chalk River, 19.08; Chatham, 260.00; Chatsworth. 25.11; Cheap- 
side, 21.74; Chesley, 163.79; Chesterville, 22.82; Churchill, 13.70; Claremont, 
60.22; Clarkburg, 169.75; Clarkson, 33.78; Claude, 25.00; Clifford, 27.72; Clinton, 
260.00; Cobalt, 25.00; Cobourg, 175.92; Cochrane, 49.64; Colborne, 70.81; 
Coldstream, 67.71; Coldwater, 16.77; Collingwood, 260.00; Comber, 60.38; 
Cookstown, 10.00; Copetown, 70.00; Copleston, 22.94; Copper Cliff, 200.00; 
Cornwall, 260.00; Cottam, 40.22; Creemore, 31.78; Delaware, 63.12; Delhi, 
134.46; Delta, 19.64; Depot Harbour, 50.61; Deseronto, 20.00; Don, 32.40; 
Donchester, 80.24; Drayton, 70.65; Drumbo, 66.79; Drvden, 98.97; Duart, 
30.00; Dundalk, 40.32; Dundas, 257.39; Dungannon, 39.18; Dunnville, 200.00; 
Durham, 222.67; Dutton, 161.25; East Linton, 15.00; Elmira, 220.31; Elmvale, 
67.40; Elmwood, 61.92; Elora, 99.02; Embro, 36.50; Emo, 32.49; Ennotsville, 
68.69; Erin, 67.98; Espanola, 132.41; Essex, 160.61; Ethel, 45.63; Exeter, 70.86; 
Fenelon Falls, 63.65; Fenwick, 35.26; Fergus, 116.60; Flesherton, 17.28; Font 
Hill, 104.25; Fordwich, 23.95; Forest, 108.06; Forrester's Falls, 27.61; Fort 
Erie, 47.17; Fort Frances, 252.77; Fort William, 520.00; Frankford, 66.32; 
Gait, 260.00; Gananoque, 260.00; Garden Island, 19.77; Georgetown, 229.41; 
Glanworth, 53.08; Glencoe, 70.30: Glen Morris, 61.73; Goderich, 260.00; Gore 
Bay, 51.56; Gore's Landing, 19.29; Gorrie, 22.43; Grafton, 50.67; Grand Valley, 
70.86; Granton, 44.59; Gravenhurst, 160.50; Grimsby, 251.02; Guelph, 260.00; 
Hagersville, 161.04; Haliburton, 56.84; Hanover, 180.66; Harrietsville, 79.10; 
Harrington, 44.94; Harriston, 135.15; Harrow, 43.38; Harrowsmith, 98.28; 
Hawkesbury, 10.00; Hensall, 50.30; Hepworth, 50.00; Hespeler, 239.20; High- 
gate, 92.44; Highland Creek, 52.23; Hillsburg, 38.65; Hillsdale, 32.24; Hilton 
Beach, 19.74; Holstein, 55.99; Honevwood, 27.58; Humber Bay, 122.67; Hunts- 
ville, 45.07; Ilderton, 79.10; Ingersoll, 260.00; Inglewood, 39.54; Inkerman, 
73.77; Iroquois, 41.42; Iroquois Falls, 200.00; Islington, 86.63; Ivanhoe, 15.03; 
Jarvis, 55.01; Kars, 10.00; Kearney, 57.76; Kemble, 35.29; Kemptville, 36.54; 



Carried forward 5,891,801 24 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 49 

Brought fonvard 5,891,801 24 

Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses — Continued 

Kimberlev, 28.85; Kenora, 260.00; Kincardine, 43.51; Kinmount, 10.00; Kings- 
ville, 189.05; Kintore, 43.42; Kirkfield, 65.00; Kirkton, 36.34; Kitchener, 260.00; 
Komoka, 21.87; Lake Charles, 10.00; Lakefield, 83.69; Lakeside, 53.78; Lake- 
view Beach, 82.32; Lambeth, 43.90; Lanark, 65.29; Lancaster, 37.00; Leaming- 
ton, 238.00; Lindsay, 260.00; Listowel, 210.70; Little Britain, 92.09; London, 
920.00: Lome Park, 17.20; Lucan, 70.98; Lucknow, 94.37; Lyn, 49.00; Madoc, 
28.93; Mandamin, 57.15; Manilla, 131.01; Manotick, 21.22; Mark 'ale, 75.90; 
Markham, 60.49; Marilla, 10.00; Marmora, 105.29; Martintown, 25.25; Mea- 
ford, 248.12; MerrickviUe, 20.00; Merritton, 117.07; Middleville, 19.95; Mid- 
land, 260.00; Millbank, 19.54; Millbrook, 104.67; Millgrove, 5.00; Milton, 32.87; 
Milverton, 111.48; Mimico, 242.57; Minden, 10.00; Mitchell, 163.36; Moore- 
field, 12.17; Monkton, 20.14; Mono Centre, 5.00; Mono Road, 15.00; Morris- 
burg, 53.62; Morriston, 24.17; Mount Albert, 65.09; Mount Brvdges, 23.50; 
Mount Forest, 69.78; Mount Hope, 16.07; Napanee, 142.57; Newburg, 10.00; 
Newcastle, 166.94; New Dundee, 41.12; New Hamburg, 125.37; Newington, 
43.01: New Liskeard, 245.75; New Lowell, 30.00; Newmarket, 129.83; New 
Toronto, 235.00; Niagara Falls, 260.00; Niagara Falls South, 188.02; Niagara- 
on-the-Lake, 103.56; Norland, 17.03; North Bay, 260.00; North Gower, 15.00; 
Norwich, 156.30; Norwood, 36.62; Oakville, 169.35; Oakwood, 63.55; Omemee, 
49.03; Orangeville, 254.97; Orillia, 193.57; Orono, 82.98; Osgoode. 18.56; Oshawa, 
260.00; Ottawa, 1,154.05; Otter\'ille, 63.43; Owen Sound, 260.00; Paislev, 107.40; 
Pakenham, 30.00; Palermo, 19.71; Palmerston, 154.11; Paris, 260.00; Park 
Head, 20.29; Parkhill, 100.67; Parr>' Sound, 200.00; Pembroke, 260.00; Pene- 
tanguishene, 188.05; Perth, 260.00; Peterborough, 260.00; Pickering, 55.38; 
Picton, 260.00; Pinkerton, 22.16; Plattsville, 48.23; PI . mpton, 30.58; Porcupine 
(South), 131.13; Port Arthur, 260.00; Port Carling, 89.91; Port Colborne, 244.42; 
Port Credit, 36.51; Port Dover, 195.23; Port Elgin, 115.98; Port Hope, 132.92; 
Port Lambton, 118.39; Port Perry, 90.77; Port Rowan, 49.08; Port Stanley, 
72.09; Powassan, 52.66: Prescott, 201.02; Preston, 260.00; Princeton, 25.00; 
Rebecca, 85.03; Renfrew, 260.00; Richard's Lancing, 42.70; Richmond Hill, 
125.49; Ridgetown, 183.48; Ridgeway, 70.86; Ripley, 35.61; Rittenhouse, 175.81; 
Rodney, 64.74; Romney, 53.06; Rossdale, 62.22; Runn mede, 33.59; St. Cath- 
arines, 260.00; St. George, 31.46; St. Helens, 13.74; St. Marv's, 260.00; St. 
Thomas, 260.00; Saltfleet, 192.35; Sandwich, 248.22; Sarnia, 260.00; Sault Ste, 
Marie, 260.00; Sault Ste. Marie West, 226.25; Scarboro Jet., 96.77; Schreiber, 
68.55; Scotland, 39.05; Sealorth, 157.39; Shedden, 27.47; Shelburne, 230.02; 
Shetland, 40.39; Simcoe, 260.00: Smith's Falls, 260.00; Solina. 31.46: Sombra, 
39.65; Southampton, 116.78; Southcote, 11.84; South Mountain, 40.00; South 
River, 37.38; Sparta, 63.82; Springfield, 18.42; Sprucedale, 25.00; Stevensville, 
71.39; Stirling. 215.48; Stouffville, 130.60; Stratford, 260.00; Strathrov, 195.79; 
Stratton. 26.35; Sudbury, 260.00; Sundriige, 26.09; Sutton West, 75.68; Swan- 
■ sea, 157.25; Sydenham, 46.03; Tara, 100.35; Tavistotk, 101.49; Teeswater, 
120.01; Thamesford. 43.73; Thamesville, 75.26; Thedford, 86..S0; Thornburv, 
142.86; Thorndale, 115.87; Thornhill, 53.83; Thorold, 188.11; Tillsonburg, 
251.52; Timmins, 260.00; Tiverton, 15.99: Tobermorv, 19.96; Trenton, 260.00; 
Trout Creek, 18.70; Tweed, 63.11; Underwood, 51.50: Unionville, 50.00; U.x- 
oridge, 170.09; Vankleek Hill, 69.35: Varna, 49.06: Victoria, 10.00; Victoria 
Mines, 63.08; Victoria Road, 24.52; Walkerton, 243.75: Waikerville, 260.00; 
Wallaceburg, 188.16; Wardsville, 79.66: Wardworth, 15.00; Waterdown, 30.00; 
Waterford, 46.39; Waterloo, 260.00; Watford, 122.40; Welland, 244.42; Welleslev, 
28.88; Westford, 25.87; Weston, 255.00; WTiite Lake, 35.97; Wiarton, 65.07; 
\\iiliamstown, 17.61; Winchester, 41.55; Windsor, 462.00; Wingham, 260.00; 
WooJslee, 66.40; Woodstock, 260.00; Woodville, 137.68; Worthington, 95.97; 
Wro.xeter. 90.33; Zeph:,r, 14.71; Zurich, 24.13 43,770 7» 

Books. — American Library Association, 176.86; Canadian Review Co., 400.00; 
W. R. Chambers Ltd., 4.13; International Universit\- Society, 60.00; W'. ]. 
London, 150.00; Victoria College Press, 3.00; Wm. Dawson & Sons, 21.75; 
George H. Barron, 77.88 893 62 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Sales Co., 58.27; Hart House, 731.29; Miss A. 
Jackson, 100.00; Miss M. Jarvis, 100.00; King's Printer, 7,458.77; Ontario 
Library Association, 200.00; Queen's Own RiHes Band, 195.00; Remington 
Typewriter Co., 15.00; Stephens Sales Ltd., 140.75; United T\pewriter Co., 
18.00; \. E. Venables, 15.80; H. W. Wilson Co., 27.00; Toronto Transportation 
Co., 900.00. Sundries: Cartage. 8.30; express, 19.98; subscriptions, 21.00; 
postage, 119.18; telegrams, 36.37; petty disbursements, 21.93 10.186 64 



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Carried forward 5,946,652 28 

Travelling Expenses ($406.89) 

W. O. Carson, 167.40; S. B. Herbert, 106.55; P. Spereman, 132.94 406 89 

Library Schools ($3,462.67) 

Services as Lecturer.— VV. G. Barnstead, 450.00; W. W. Bishop, 50.00; G. M. 
Bovle, 250.00; M. Ethel Bubb, 50.00; A. E. Hardy, 40.00; G. H. Lock, 225.00; 
L. j. C. MacBeth, 400.00; R. .S. Moodv, 216.00; L. H. Smith, 250.00; F. Staton, 
300.00; W. J. Sykes, 40.00; W. S. Wallace, 250.00 2,521 00 

Travelling Expenses.— W. H. Bishop, 42.95; M. Ethel Bubb, 55.52; Reby Davey, 

39.60; Ethel McMillan, 22.70; W. J. Sykes, 32.05 192 82 

Miscellaneous. — American Library Association, 27.80; House Bros., 10.60; King's 
Printer, 282.89; MacMillan & Co., Ltd., 110.26; Musson Book Co., 7.50; Toronto 
Public Library, 60.00; Toronto Library Board, 225.00; H. W. Wilson Co., 24.80 748 85 

Travelling Libraries ($4,207.73) 

Books. — British Educational Society, 66.00; A. Britnell, 199.20; Canadian Tracts 
Pub. Co., 24.00; Cassel & Co., 145.06; Copp Clark Co., 411.48; J. M. Dent & 
Sons, 306.31; Dodd, Mead & Co., Ltd., 86.51 ; Geo. H. Doran Co., 58.36; Graphic 
Publishers, 173.20; Longmans Green & Co., 14.35; MacDonald Wilson Co., 
51.00; MacMillan Co., 141.61; McAinsh & Co., Ltd., 29.50; McClelland & 
Stewart, Ltd., 330.62; McLean & Smithers, 53.48; Geo. J. McLeod, Ltd., 220.06; 
Musson Book Co., 103.98; Thos. Nelson & Sons, 224.30; Oxford University 
Press, 70.84; Ryerson Press, 783.59; Wm. Tyrrell & Co., Ltd., 135.36; petty 
disbursements, 19.85 3,648 66 

Contingencies.— Planet Bicycle Co., 39.00; H. W. Wilson Co., 27.00; Sundries: 

Express, 354.01 ; freight, 135.58; petty disbursements, 3.48 559 07 

Grants ($34,300.00) 

Ottawa Association for the Blind 1,000 00 

Ontario College of Art and other societies 25,000 00 

Canadian Girl Guides' Association 3,000 00 

Boy Scouts' Association 2,500 00 

Royal Canadian Institute (Toronto) 2,500 00 

Institute Canadien Frangais (Ottawa) 300 00 

Public Libraries, Institutes and Grants $111,828.33 

TECHNICAL EDUCATION 

Salaries ($17,050.00) 

Daniel A. Campbell Director of Industrial and Technical Edu- 
cation 12 months 5,000 00 

Frank S. Rutherford Assistant Director of Industrial and Tech- 
nical Education 12 " 4,200 00 

Alice M. Hamill District Organizer 12 " 3,600 00 

J. F. UfTen Principal Clerk 12 " 2,400 00 

Jean K. Webb Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

M. Foy Clerk and Stenographer 6J^ " 650 00 

Manual Training and Household Science Department 
Including Grants ($56,240.05) 

Public School Boards.— Belleville, 135.15; Brantford, 1,509.80; Brockville, 
587.75; Chatham, 581.25; Cobourg, 115.00; Collingwood, 1,161.60; Fairbank, 
506.25; Fort William, 320.38; Guelph, 575.25; Hamilton, 5,359.20; Ingerscll, 
416.75; Kingston, 571.00; Kitchener, 1,462.75; London, 4,013.00; New Liskeard, 
263.25; Niagara Falls South, 117.25; Ottawa, 5,028.25; Owen Sound, 661.37; 
Peterborough, 913.75; Sarnia, 711.67; St. Catharines, 591.25; Stratford, 1,180.00; 
Sudburv, 302.25; Toronto, 23,035.95; Walkerville, 648.50; Waterloo, 759.75; 
Windsor. 3,323.75; Woodstock. 677.00 55,529 12 

Separate School Boards.— London, 196.75; Toronto, 343.00 539 75 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 157.06; Ryerson Press, 10.95; petty disburse- 
ments, 3.17 171 18 



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Brought forward 6.062,319 62 

Grants to High Schools for Mining Education ($14,000.00) 

Treasurer, Hailevburv High School 7,000 00 

Sudbury High School 7,000 00 

Agricultural Training in High Schools and Collegiate 
Institute Grants ($31,621.31) 

Grants to High Schools and Teachers. — Amherstburg, 480.00; Beamsville, 
2.626.60; Belleville. 367.20; Bowmanville, 440.00; Bracebridge, 370.00; Burling- 
ton. 440.00; Dundas, 240.80; Essex. 230.00; Flesherton, 86.00; Fort Frances, 
130.00; Hailevburv, 180.00; Kincardine, 595.00; Kingsville, 350.00; Leaming- 
ton, 280.00; Listowel. 300.00; Madoc. 173.08; Markdale. 130.00; Midland, 
520.00; Milton. 130.00; Mitchell, 955.45; New Liskeard, 453.00; Niagara Falls 
South, 830.00; Xiagara-on-the-Lake, 115.00; Oak%-ille, 440.00; Petrolia. 30.00; 
Port Perrv, 2,811.69: Ridgetown, 320.00; Scarborough, 360.00; Shelburne, 
139.31; Simcoe, 230.00; Smithville, 265.00; Watford, 310.00; Waterdown, 
360.00; Whitby, 1,431.65; Winchester, 376.73; Westboro, 270.00 17,766 51 

Grants to Collegiate Institutes and Teachers.^Barrie, 220.00; Brockville, 
750.00; Clinton, 131.40: Cobourg. 270.00; Cornwall, 198.13; Fort William, 
260.95; Ingersoll. 81.55: Xapanee. 220.00; Port Arthur. 90.88; Renfrew, 5,805.17; 
Smith's Falls, 270.00; Strathroy, 230.00; St. Thomas, 210.85 8,738 93 

Grants to Continuation Schools and Teachers. — Agincourt, 85.63; Dravton, 
1.331.58; Fenelon Falls, 199.18; Lvndhurst, 281.65; Mindemova, 30.00; Mount 
Br^•dges, 233.40; Princeton, 276.95; Ridgewav, 54C.00; Sparta, 53.20; Thames- 
ford, 332.91 ; Thorndale, 30.00; Wheatley, 995.25 4,389 75 

Grants to Fifth Classes.— Charlton, 54.70; New Toronto, 205.72; Swansea, 116.40 376 82 

Grants to Separate School Boards and Teachers. — Granton, 83.00; St. Anne's, 

107.00; R.C.S.S. No. 4, Wellesley, 159.30 349 30 

Industrial, Commercial and Technical Education 

Day and Evening Classes ($723,941.60) 

F. P. Gavin Principal 12 months 5,000 00 

M. A. Sorsoliel Teacher 12 " 4,000 00 

ElsieJ. McKim " 12 " 4.000 00 

Arthur Styles " 12 " 4,000 00 

Mary Isobel Connell Clerk Stenographer and Librarian 12 " 1,400 00 

Temnorarv Services — \'iolet English, clerk, 939.00; Eva M. Strange, clerk, 

1,099.02'; Dorothy Smedley, stenographer, 900.00 2,938 92 

Public School Boards, Grants.^ — Barrie, 777.00; Beamsville, 603.51; Beeton, 81.00; 
Belleville, 1.652.10; Brantford. 14.716.27; Brock\-ille, 2.185.37; Chatham, 
5,543.66; Collingwood, 2,225.96; Dundas, 2,028.58: Fort William, 14,655.16; 
Gait. 12.616.96; Guelph, 17,208.04; Hamilton, 48.982.08; Hespeler, 688.50; 
Iroquois Falls, 702.15; Ingersoll, 1,449.62; Kingston, 240.40; London, 31,715.98; 
Midland, 99.00; Niagara Falls, 6,240.70; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 584.69: Oshawa, 
3,661.76; Owen Sound, 22,357.04; Pembroke, 1,464.75; Perth, 1,073.66; Peter- 
borough, 2,439.08; Petrolia, 573.75; Port Arthur. 7,282.72; Preston, 1,115.25; 
Renfrew, 4^823.15; Sarnia, 8,881.90; St. Catharines. 16.678.86; St. Thomas. 
15,995.32; Smith's Falls, 120.75; Stratford, 4,555.69; South Porcupine, 236.25; 
Sudburv. 4.349.89; Toronto. 20.114.82; Wallaceburg, 817.50; Weston, 17,356.36; 
WTiitby. 792.00; Woodstock. 800.25: York. 779.25 301,266 73 

High School Boards, Grants. — Amherstburg, 90.75; Elmira, 876.87; Hailevburv, 
1,234.82; Kingsville. 223.50; Leamington, 214.25; Ridgetown, 6,458.32; Stamford, 
5,348.92: Sudburv, 5,321.45; Timmins. 1,310.25; Toronto. 39.116.96; Welland, 
3,454.92 '. 63,651 01 

Technical School Boards, Grants.— Toronto, 192,189.23; Windsor, 65,303.39. . . 257,492 62 

■Collegiate Institute Boards, Grants. — Gait. 8.406.47; Goderich, 557.25; 
Kitchener, and Waterloo, 30,605.67; North Bav, 3,804.42; Ottawa, 15,145.31; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 14,791.36 '. 73,310 48 

Continuation School Board, Grants. — Espanola 980 63 

Carried forward 6,825,981 32 



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Brought forward 6,825,981 32 

Services and Travelling Expenses of Instructors. — H. S. Bentlev, 118.00; J. L. 
Cleland, 226.00; E. D. Courtice, 50.00; F. J. Evans, 194.00; T. W. Gill, 500.00; 
Mrs. H. Gordon, 211.00; S. Havwood, 138.00; F. H. Kirkpatrick, 114.00; R. A. 
Kirkpatrick, 172.00; A. G. McLeish, 164.00; J. Mutter, 150.00; A. M. Pudding- 
ton, 50.00; W. Rambo, 118.00: Miss I. F. Sprague, 104.00 2,309 00 

Miscellaneous. — D. L. Aitcheson Co., 73.06; American Technical Society, 41.01; 
Chas. Brayley, 30.00; Cloke's Book Store, 23.03; Cody Hardware Co., 23.53; 
Hamilton Board of Education, 1,550.00; Hamilton Technical Institute, 39.04; 
W. Johnson, 17.00; King's Printer, 967.22; MacMillan & Co., 206.89; Manual 
Arts Press, 14.66; Mills Hardware Co., 34.42; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 27.50; 
Sundries: A. C. Turnbull, 62.72; Geo. J. White, 11.67: Albert Young, 53.18; 
cartage, 4.00; customs, .28; express, 114.90; freight, 2.03; postage, 40.55; tele- 
phone, 106.63; telegrams, 3.87; petty disbursements, 145.02 3,592 21 

Travelling Expenses ($4,345.23) 

A. J. Beneteau, 3.92; D. A. Campbell, 1,170.45; F. P. Gavin, 202.62; A. M. Hamill, 
1,062.24; E. J. McKim, 342.06; F. S. Rutherford, 1,122.94; M. A. Sorsoliel, 
365.34; J. F. UfTen, 75.66 4,345 23 

Technical Education $847,198.19 

RETIRING ALLOWANCE TO SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS AND 
INSPECTORS ($31,334.50) 

C. F. Adair, 293.00; VVm. T. Amos, 344.00; W. C. Allin, 433.00; M. Banks, 302.00; 
T. J. Birchard, 506.00; E. H. Black, 188.50; R. W. Bright, 494.00; F. Burrows, 
553.00; E. Bvfield, 402.00; \V. Campbell, 218.00; T. B. Caswell, 445.00; A. E. 
Coverhill, 415.00; J. Collin, 293.50; Estate of D. P. Clapp, 410.00; J. G. Cochrane, 
416.00; P. Crawford, 358.00; J. W. Connor, 476.00; G. Cork, 535.00; R. Cowling, 
323.00; F. A. Cull, 347.50; J. A. Davis, 282.00; R. De Cou, 572.00; B. Forester, 
485.00; A. B. Gilbert, 264.00; A. A. Gould, 361.00; H. Grav, 518.00: K. F. Green- 
less, 455.00; C. M. Gripton, 134.00; R. E. Hamilton, 143.00; T. Hammond, 
224.00; A. G. Henderson, 242.00; H. Horton, 299.50; J. Houston, 260.00; J. S. 
Jamieson, 374.00; W. W. Jardine, 375.00; W. D. Johnston, 272.00; W. L. Judge, 
392.00; J. Kessack, 332.00; S. J. Kilpatrick, 204.00; R. Kinnev, 656.00; R. H. 
Knowles, 350.00; F. Lee, 172.00; A. L. Leitch, 225.0C; R. R. Lennox, 398.00; 
M. A. Levergood, 227.00; V. L. Mackie, 139.00; G. W. Marriott, 210.50; R. T. 
Martin, 35S.50; J. Mathews, 177.50; G. Middleton, 272.50; J. W. Morgan, 
404.00; n. McBride, 624.00; D. MacDonald. 308.00; R. R. McDonald, 368.00; 
A. Mcintosh, 494.00; Wm. McKeown, 460.00; A. J. McKinnon, 243.50; J. 
McLean, 157.00; M. A. McMahon, 177.50; J. W. Narraway, 584.00; W. J. 
Osborne, 42S.00; L. C. Palmer, 216.50; A. Patterson, 290.00; I. P. Pegg. 134.00; 
G. Peters, 224.00; T. Rankin. 436.00; A. W. Reavlev, 302.00; M. Y. Richardson, 
326.00; D. J. Ritchie, 398.50; D. D. Robertson, 302.00; N. G. Ross, 431.50; 
R. P. Shanks, 366.00; J. A. Simpson, 512.00; A. Slavin. 282.00; D. Smith. 295.00; 
W. H. Smith. 562.50; T. F. Spafford, 347.00; J. Squair, 416.00; E. A. Stevens, 
485.50; P. McK. Sutherland, 199.50; J. Telfer, 111.50; J. S. Thomas, 531.50; 
H. E. Tutt, 434.00; H. Vanderburgh, 275.00; E. Ward, 482.00; S. Washburn, 
199.50; M. Weatherstone, 272.00; J. White, 498.50; A. C. Winterbottom, 364.00; 
A. W. Wright, 265.50 31,334 50 

PROVINCIAL AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES ($1,835,686.00) 

Grants: — 

University of Toronto, re College of Education 155,060 00 

" " re Royal Ontario Museum 50,000 00 

" " annuity under 8 Geo. V, chap. 53 3,750 00 

« « Special Grant 1,059,026 00 

Queen's Universitv 300,000 00 

Western University „ 250,000 00 

ioyal College of Dental Surgeons 17,850 00 

Universities $1,835,686.00 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE 

Salaries ($75,026.97) 

C. B. Coughlin Superintendent and Principal 12 months 4,500 00 

W. W. Boyce Physician 12 « 900 00 

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Salaries — Continued 

J, M. Scanirett Bursar and Storekeeper 5 months 

Chas. B. McGuire « " 8 " 

E. A. Willoughby Matron and Housekeeper 5 " 



W. J. Campbell Teacher, Literary Department. 

G. F. Stewart " " « 



12 
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Miss Ford « « « 12 

E. B. Lally " « « 12 

E. Deannard « " « 12 

Alfred Burrell « " « 12 

V. G. Handley " « « 12 

E. Nurse « « " 1? 

L.Carrol..-. « « « 12 

B. Rierdon « « « 12 

Annie Aitchison " ** ** 10 

Melvin Blanchard « « « 12 

S. C Balis « « " 12 

Ada James " " « 12 

Nina Brown " " « 12 

Mabel Cass " " « 12 

Winona Armitage " " ** 10 

Edna Vanderwater " " ♦* 10 

M. Coulter " « « 12 

P. Van Allen " " « 12 

H.Hill « « " 10 

Alex. Gordon " « « 12 

M. Squier " " " 10 

Flora M. Bell " " " 12 

Catherine O'Connell " " " 12 

Katherine B. Daly " " « 12 

Annie Wannamaker ** " " 12 

Erm a N. Parker « « « 10 

A. Carson Stratton " " «* 2 

Martha E. Benedict " " « 2 

Margaret Lally " « " 2 

Marion B. Code " " « 2 

Marjorie Heagle " " " 2 

Rosamond Van Allen " " ** 2 

C. J. Peppen Engineer 12 

E. Doran Engineering Staff 12 

Robt. Coles " " 12 

Simon Kerr « " 12 

Percy Mott Teacher of Agriculture and Farmer 12 

James Sweet Farmhand 12 

A. McKenzie " 12 

R. Flaeer " 12 

J. N. Boyd Baker and Meat Cook 12 

John C. Rutherford Foreman Carpenter 12 

A. Morrice Foreman Shoemaker 12 

John Spanner Printing Instructor 12 

Eva F. Macfarlane Assistant Matron and Domestic Science 

Teacher 10^ 



Mrs. L. G. Williams Teacher of Sewing. 

K. Bawden Stenographer and Clerk 

Mabel Allison Trained Nurse 

Joseph Chant Oculist and Aurist (part time) , 

Supervisors 

Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, etc 

Temporary Assistance 



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Expenses ($62,701.26) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts. — O. A. Marshall, 25.00; Ostrom's Drug Stores, 
266.76; petty disbursements, 16.27 

Groceries and Provisions. — H. Seattle, 88.00; Belleville Creameries. Ltd., 1,310.40; 
R. Bird, 54.00; Brown's Fish Store, 141.11; J. M. Chisholm, 50.00; Citizens' 
Dairy, Ltd., 2,635.50; M. W. Clapp, 19.32; W. Clark, 1,221.02; Cooper Milling 
Co.. Ltd., 1.764.90; F. Coulter. 20.00; W. Culvert, 29.13; Dickens & Son, 23.95; 



708,648 26 


625 00 


1,324 00 


458 33 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,100 00 


1,916 67 


1,700 00 


1.600 00 


1.500 00 


1.500 00 


1.500 00 


1.400 00 


1,208 40 


1,491 69 


1,250 00 


1.200 00 


1,200 00 


1.233 33 


916 64 


1.020 82 


1.037 49 


1,108 30 


875 00 


1,016 63 


750 00 


1,008 32 


1,008 32 


908 34 


1.008 32 


1,250 00 


183 33 


183 33 


166 66 


166 66 


150 00 


150 00 


1,600 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,500 00 


912 00 


780 00 


1,099 92 


1,100 00 


1,600 00 


1.100 00 


1,700 00 


1,298 33 


850 00 


1,200 00 


1,099 96 


150 00 


2,746 46 


4,746 85 


2,427 87 



308 03 



Carried forward 8,778,583 26 



F 54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 8,778,583 26 

Expenses — Continued 

S. Domenico, 112.55; W. H. PZlliott, 22.18; Farm Exchange, 6,083.09; Fleisch- 
mann Co., Ltd., 65.86; Prowler Hill Co., 246.50; H. Free, 44.00; G. H. French, 
224.40; G. Gleason, 214.87; W. Gray, 50.00; H. C. Green, 2,905.75; Jell-0 Co., 
Inc., 27.60; W. H. Kerr, 22.50; C. Knight, 24.00; MacKenzie & Co., 473.00; 
MacLaren Wright Co., 48.00; W. Mclnroy, 32.30; E. Morris, 33.00; F. Mossman, 
15.00; G. F. Ostrom, 90.60; J. Panter & Son, 136.92; Proctor Gamble Co., Ltd., 
130.00; G. W. Shortt, 192.10; J. Sloan & Co., Ltd., 2,130.25; R. J. Smith, 157.95; 
Wallbridge & Clarke, 174.40; "Wallbridges," 140.81; J. E. Walmsley & Co., Ltd., 
1,507.41 ; petty disbursements, 16.22 22,678 59 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes, etc.— Beardmore & Co., 259.00; W. R. Brock & 

Co.. 283.04; J. F. Ritchie & Co., 296.78; petty disbursements, 11.50 850 32 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water.— W. Allen, 17,610.99; City of Belleville Gas Dept., 
46.54; Hydro-Electric Power Com., 1,681.07; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 32.80; J. Lewis 
& Co., 44.91; Wallace & Tiernan, Ltd.. 54.00; petty disbursements, 1.40 19,471 71 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — Cudahy Packing Co., 97.43; Dustbane Products, 
Ltd., 21.50; Excelsior Brush Co., 107.67; King's Printer, 203.45; S. F. Lawrason 
Co., 15.99; T. McQuillen, 53.79; Meyer Bros., 13.44; D. Morton & Sons, Ltd., 
378.35; Proctor Gamble Co., Ltd., 150.00; Vegetable Oil & Soap Co., Ltd., 
217.50; petty disbursements, 11.00 1,270 12 

Furniture and Furnishings. — Aluminum Co. of Canada, 13.50; Cassidy's, Ltd., 
477.24; Canada Wood Products Co., 13.20; Green River Co., 31.45; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, 11.75; King's Printer, 1,804.18; J. I.ewis Co., Ltd., 
28.75; Mcintosh Bros., 26.60; Ritchie Co., Ltd., 109.40; C. N. Sulman, 30.85; 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 182.70; T. G. Wells, 38.00; White Hardware Co., 
75.81 ; petty disbursements. 32.39 2,875 82 

Farm Expenses.— C. P. Barber, 27.00: C. E. Bishop & Son, 171.21; G. F. Brickman 
& Son, 492.00; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 173.18; Bursar School for the, 
Deaf, 13.75; G. Carter, 147.00; Cooper Milling Co., Ltd., 78.52; T. A. Crawford, 
400.00; Farm Exchange, 473.90; Fruit Machinery Co., 10.85; D. Hall, 212.60; 
H. Hill, 24.00; G. J. Kenny, 42.30; ]. Kerr, 35.00; F. C. Lee, 31.21; A. Maguire, 
40.00; G. A. Morton, 20.75; Ontario Fertilizer, Ltd., 21.25; S. S. Potter, 18.50; 
Poultry Dept., O.A.C., 15.00; W. A. Reid, 201.50; W. C. Reid, 166.00; G. A. 
Robinson, 157.20; A. Rodgers, 35.00; W. Rouse, 13.20; G. P. Ruttan, 19.20; 
G. W. Shortt, 37.50; R. J. Smith, 505.60; T. G. Walls, 12.55; White Hardware 
Co., 62.66; A. Wilson, 57.00; petty disbursements. 67.00 3,782 43 

Repairs and Alterations, including Supplies, Tools, etc. — Benedict Proctor 
Co., 89.60; Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 106.62; J. M. Christie, 247.25; Fruit 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 196.08; Garlock Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 32.32; Green Leaf 
Co., 22.00; J. Lewis & Co., Ltd., 269.56; W.J. McCullough, 13.50: Mcintosh Bros., 
31.20; J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 16.28; Ontario Marble Co., Ltd., 26.87; 
Peterborough Lumber Co., Ltd., 308.43; Schuster Co., Ltd., 393.01; C. N. Sul- 
man, 33.94; Walker Hardware Co., Ltd., 102.80; White Hardware Co., 399.12; 
petty disbursements, 85.49 2,374 07 

School Supplies and Equipment. — Brigdens, Ltd., 48.42; A. L. Geen, 11.05; 
Graphic Duplicator Co., 56.00; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 145.89; The Intelligencer, 
31.35; Jennings & Sherry, 25.35; S. C. Johnston & Sons, Ltd., 212.20; King's 
Printer, 1,430.36; S. Licence, 41.01; Mason & Risch, Ltd., 800.00; T. Nelson & 
Sons, 39.00; The Ryerson Press, 66.82; A. Schryver, 23.18; Standard Pub. Co., 
18.17; Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., 82.61; Warwick Bros. & Rutter, 48.00; 
White Hardware Co., 14.50; petty disbursements, 36.61 3,130 52 

Sewage Works, Chemicals, etc. — J. Jackson 90 00 

Maintenance of Motor Conveyances. — Belleville Motors, 625.78; Campbell's 
Auto Paint Shop, 50.00; Dundas Service Station, 96.03; Lavigne & Freres, 24.50; 
Quinte Battery Service Station, 27.55; St. Charles Motor Co., 90.50; petty dis- 
bursements, 13.03 927 39 

Contingencies. — Boy Scout Association, 24.68; A. Broad, 16.00; W. J. Brown, 
50.00; Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau, 17.00; City of Belleville 
Corporation, 1,008.23; H. J. Clark, 200.00; M. Flagler, 37.70; C. Ford, 47.85; 
J. A. Hinds, 56.00; The Intelligencer Publishing House, 29.25; King's Printer, 
435.67; Mail and Empire, 33.00; A. McGuiness, 26.26; Province of Ontario 
Pictures, 57.00; Radcliffe Paper Co., Ltd., 235.00; Regal Films, Ltd., 15.00; 

Carried forward 8,836,034 23 



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Brought forward 8,836,034 23 



Expenses — Continued 

J. W. Scandrett, 792.00; C. N. Sulman, 20.29; D. Thomas, 30.00; Wallace & 
Tiernan, 54.50; Weights and Measures Inspection Service, 11.00; H. A. Wilson & 
Co., 76.80; H. Yearwood, 10.65. Sundries: Cartage, 77.60; express, 91.59; 
freight, 175.95; postage, 234.25; subscriptions, 74.42; telegrams, 11.87; telephone 
service, 189.59; petty disbursements, 98.29.- 4,237 44 

Travelling Expenses.— M. S. Blanchard, 21.25; W. J. Campbell, 8.65; Can. Nat. 
Railway, fares of pupils, 297.35; C. B. Coughlin, 153.68; E. Deaunard, 38.28; 
S. A. Gordon, 11.45; V. G. Handly, 6.90; A. James, 1.50; E. B. Lally, 15.65; 
C. B. McGuire, 11.30; E. M. Nurse, 3.55; F. Smith, 116.50; J. Spanner, 6.46; 
G. F. Stewart, 12.30 



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Salaries ($51,185.09) 

W. B. Race Superintendent and Principal 12 months 

G. A. Cole Assistant Principal 12 



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J. A. Marquis Physician. 

G. H. Ryerson Bursar and Storekeeper. 

E. L. Scace Matron 

L. T- Langan Teacher 

J. Burns " 

E. Moffitt " 

F. McGuire " 

E. Smyth " 

E.J.Howell " 

I. Draper " 

Mrs. F. Lord " 

J.Clarke " 

Jean E. Bott " 

Agnes O'Donohue " 2 

S. Miller " 1 

Z.Perry " 1 

M. Snetsinger " 1 

F. Lord Musical Director 12 

J. D. Ansell Instructor of Piano Tuning and Repairs.. . . 12 

W. B. Donkin Trades Instructor 12 

Capt. S. C. Clegg Physical Instructor and Boys' Supervisor. . 12 

E. Wright Trained Nurse 12 

A. McGillivray Visitors' Attendant 12 

G. N. Johnson Carpenter and Instructor 12 

H. Bond Mechanical Superintendent 12 

D. Doyle Fireman and Stoker 12 

D. Scott Farmer and Gardener 12 

W. Rockett Porter and Messenger 12 

S. Scholefield Nurse 12 

E. Thompson " 8 

B. Cameron , " 1 

Domestic help 

Temporary help 



4,500 00 
2,300 00 

650 00 
1,700 00 
1,160 00 
1,600 00 
1,179 20 
1,400 00 
1,268 40 
1,100 00 

870 00 
1,400 00 

300 00 
1,050 00 

200 00 

200 00 
52 78 
91 66 

100 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,700 00 
1,100 00 

700 00 
1,150 00 
1,000 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 

900 00 

600 00 

75 00 

7,078 12 

8,059 93 



Expenses ($38,010.12) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts. — Brant Avenue Pharmacy, 52.15; The J. F. 
Hartz Co., Ltd., 10.50; M. H. Robertson, Ltd., 107.74; A. W. Smiley, 80.05; 
S. Tapscott, 106.62 357 06 

Groceries and Provisions. — Brant Creameries, Ltd., 1,727.00; R. M. Copeland 
218.48; A. Coulbeck, 290.20; G. Grierson & Co., 54.24; F. C. Harp, 105.45 
Hygienic Dairy Co., 20.70; Johnson's Bakery, 704.39; M. & J. Kew, 95.64 
Maple Leaf Dairy, 90.80; F. A. Mitchell, 1,016.32; F. McGregor, 128.61; J 
McHutchion, Ltd., 787.02; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 2,485.94; W. A 
Ratcliffe, 564.40; Ryerson Bros., Ltd., 173.33; T. E. Ryerson & Co., 1,114.75 
Sayles Fish Store, 255.54; R. W. Simons & Co., 78.75; R. & J. Welsh, 290.08. 
Whitaker Baking Co., Ltd., 559.53; petty disbursements, 14.25 10,775 42 

Carried forward 8,903,294 06 



F 56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 8,903,294 06 

Expenses — Continued 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes.— J. M. A. Lefebvre, 91.35; Ludlow Bros., 4.00; 
The Northway Co., 171.45; Ogilvie Lochead & Co., Ltd., 50.45; C. Sutherland, 
24.00; J. M. Young & Co., Ltd., 147.75 489 00 

Fuel, Light, Water and Power. — Brantford Gas Co., 274.55; Brantford Hydro- 
Electric System, 697.10; Brantford Water Commissioners, 755.63; Dominion 
Natural Gas Co., Ltd., 69.74; T. E. Ryerson & Co., 1.00; Shultis Coal Co., 
6.383.48; W. Tipper & Son, 12.00 8,193 50 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — A. Ballantyne, 16.00; Beaver Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., 12.60; J. Bishop & Son, 10.50; Brantford Brush Works, 36.75; Brant- 
ford Laundry, Ltd., 19.60; Cudahy Packing Co., 66.75; Dustbane Products, 
37.59; Interiake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 211.40; London Soap Co., Ltd., 14.80; 
Proctor & Gamble Co., Ltd., 92.28: Pugsley Dingman & Co., Ltd., 65.25; T. E. 
Ryerson & Co., 13.62; Stedman's Bookstore, Ltd., 66.00; St. Croix Soap Mfg. Co., 
225.72; Turnbull & CutclifTe, Ltd., 12.30; petty disbursements, 33.92 935 08 

Furniture and Furnishings. — E. L. Bossence, 125.00; Brantford Willow Works, 
54.00; A. G. Hackett, 93.50; Ogilvie Lochead, Ltd., 108.66; G. Sparrow & Co., 
228.30: G. Thomas, 74.30; Turnbull CutcHffe, Ltd., 80.05; A. L. Vanstone & 
Co., 62.55; Vanstone's China Hall, 110.40; J. Williman, 34.25; J. M. Young & 
Co., 208.73; petty disbursements, 31.34 1,211 08 

Farm and Garden.— C. R. Bier, 43.95; Brant Feed & Seed Co., Ltd., 90.15; 
Dominion Flour Mills, Ltd., 82.15; Douglas Seed Co., 868.95; J. Dunsden, 
25.00; A. Kerr. 23.55; J. Orr, 27.80; D. Scott, 22.00; petty disbursements, 44.37 1,227 92 

Repairs and Alterations.— A. Ballantvne. 32.10; R. H. Ballantyne, 82.33; J. 
Bishop & Son, Ltd., 277.17; Brantford Novelties cS: Builders' Supplies, 99.62; 
Brant Glass Co., 51.30; Brantford Welding Works, 10.10; T. Cooper, 30.90; 
Cowans, 89.88; Crescent Plating & Engraving Co., 15.00; R. Feelv, 153.21; 
Garlock Packing Co., 43.38; G. Gray, 88.20; T. H. Harper, 50.13; H. Hass, 
19.20; Hewson & Potter, 40.50; J. Humble, 64.00; Inglebv, Ta\ lor & Co., Ltd., 
111.66; C. Johnson, 40.88; Kerr & Goodwin Mach. Co., Ltd., 67.87; ]. W. King, 
16.85; Lvons Electric Co., 12.75; The J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 75.56; 
E. H. Newman & Son, 10.75: Schultz Bros. Co., Ltd.. 121.40; E. W. Sitzer, 
78.48; G. Sparrow & Co., 18.00; W. S. Sterne, 162.35; W. Tipper & Son, 266.16; 
Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 20.15; Waterous, Ltd., 25.00; petty disbursements, 
23.78 2,198 66 

School Supplies and Equipment. — American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., 
187.52; Brantford Novelties & Builders' Supplies, Ltd.. 17.17; Brantford Pattern 
Works. 202.97: Brantford Willow Works. 22.65; British Educational So-ietv, 
66.00; Buntin.Gillies&Co.,Ltd., 11.47; Can. Nat. Institute for the Blind, 400.32; 
Canada Customs, 34.00; Crown Electrical Mfg. Co., Ltd., 12.30; Darwen Piano 
Co., 19.10; R. Feelv, 21.60; Grolier Soietv, Ltd., 69.50; G. M. Hendry, 47.35; 
O. Higel Co., Ltd., 67.51; Howe Memorial Press Fund. 69.70; Ingleby & Tav lor, 
Co., Ltd.. 18.85; L^•on& Healy, Inc.. 111.52; D. W. Moore. Ltd., 47.75; National 
Institute for the Blind, Eng., 53.45; Needlecraft Shoo, 75.11; Newspapers and 
Periolicals, 11.25; Ogilvie Lochead, Ltd., 41.58; J. W. Patte, 52.12; Penns>lvania 
Institution for Instruction of the Blind, 66.00; Perkins Institution and Massa- 
chusetts School for the Blind, 16.86; Premier Reed Co., 259.25; Scarfe & Co., 
35.20; Schultz Bros. Co., Ltd., 91.94; Scago & Son, 11.00; Stedman's Book Store, 
Ltd., 554.22; Sun Oil Co., 25.16; Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 17.25; J. M. Young 
& Co., Ltd., 37.84; petty disbursements. 115.41 2,890 92 

Inspection of Literary and Musical Classes. — Dr. A. Ham, 150.00; E. E. C. 

Kilmer. 100.00 250 00 

Dental and Oculist Services.— Dr. B. C. Bell, 150.00; Dr. N. Bragg, 150.00 300 00 

Musical Instruments and Suoplies. — T. J. Barton & Son, 485.00; Heintzman & 

Co., Ltd., 500.00; Mason & Risch, Ltd., 450.00; L. E. Morel, 3,300.00 4,735 00 

Maintenance of Motor Conveyances. — Brant Motor Co., 12.45; Brantford 
Motor Sales, 18.25; A. F. Dells, 377.26; G. E. Gooderham & Co., 32.06; McGraw's 
Service Station, 416.19; McLaughlin & Jenkins, 17.30; Strobridge Motor Sales, 
125.72; petty disbursements, 11.05 1,010 28 

Contingencies. — Arctic Ice, Ltd., 275.00; Brant Ave. United Church, 50.00; 
Brantford General Hospital, 68.30; C. C. Brown, 330.50; Can. Bank of Com- 
merce, 47.25; S. C. Clegg, 291.05; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 10.56; Globe Printing Co., 

Carried forward 8,926,735 50 



1926-27 



DEPARTMExXT OF EDUCATION 



F57 



Brought forward 8,926,735 50 

Expenses — Continued 

33.00; Gold Medal People, Ltd., 44.28; Dr. A. Ham, 300.00; S. C. Johnson & 
Son, Ltd., 36.38; King's Printer, 390.43; McKenna Costume Co., 25.50; Mclntyre 
& Brereton, 20.63; E. H. Newman & Son. 15.20; P. Porter, 12.50; Preston & Sons, 
Ltd., 52.48; H. E. Smallpiece, 12.00; St. Andrew's United Church, 50.00; St. 
Basil's Roman Catholic Church, 50.00; St. James' Anglican Church, 50.00; 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 76.75; J. R. Will, 224.75. Sundries: Cartage, 
34.70; e.xpress, 21.59; freight, 31.83; postage, 95.75; subscriptions, 136.99; 

telegrams, 12.74; telephones, 230.74; petty disbursements, 103.75 3,134 65 

Travelling Expenses.— G. A. Cole, 23.75; L. J. Langan, 18.20; F. E. McGuire, 

4.20; W. B. Race, 204.63; G. H. Ryerson, 50.02; D. Scott, .75 301 55 

Schools for Deaf and Blind $226,923.44 



THE NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH 

Salaries ($26,128.44) 



Principal 12 months 

Teacher 12 " 

« 12 " 



4,000 00 

2,400 00 

2,200 00 

1,833 30 

1,200 00 

366 66 

350 00 

850 00 

1,500 00 

1,350 00 

692 65 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,080 00 

1,400 00 

2,905 83 



\Vm. F. Hiscocks 

-Allen G. Ward 

C. Connell 

Winnifred Harve>- " 10 

M. L. Wingrove " 12 

Wm. Donaldson " 2 

Dr. MacLeod Medical Officer 3J^ 

Dr. C. H. Smylie " " SJ^ 

Elsie M. Preston Matron 12 

Lydia E. Moore Nurse and Assistant Matron 12 

A. Johnson Secretary and Stenographer 9 

W. J . Eames Engineer 12 

R. Sleep Night Watchman and Fireman 12 

E. Critchley " " " 12 

C. Poulter « " " 12 

H. Johnson Caretaker 12 

Domestic Help 

Expenses ($15,145.60) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts. — Ingram & Bell, 29.72. Sundries: Express, 

3.65 33 37 

Groceries and Provisions. — A. H. Baker & Co., 31.80; Brunne Apiaries, 29.70; 
Canadian Canners, Ltd., 317.04; D. Charlebois, 21.70; H. & G. Critchley, 151.50; 
W. Davies Co., Ltd., 41.15; G. B. Faulds, 20.00; Gamble-Robinson Cobalt, Ltd., 
113.21; P. Gauthier, 19.80; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 12.30; Hawk Lake Lumber 
Co.. Ltd., 5.71; R. B. Havhoe & Co., 87.25; J. Johnson, 725.73; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 1,099.17; Northern Academy Farm, 3,172.84; H. F. Pilsworth, 46.00; 
E. D. Smith & Son, Ltd., 143.19; Spice & CofTee Mills, Ltd., 70.25; Swift Canadian 
Co., Ltd., 649.49; Teeswater Creamer^-, 655.65; J. H. Wettrey, Ltd., 72.48; 
J. Whitton, 29.64; Young- Win field, Ltd., 10.37. Sundries: Express, 48.49; 
freight, 1 14.87 7,689 33 

Bedding, Clotliing and Shoes.— T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 132.00; Gordon MacKay & 

Co., Ltd., 136.72. Sundries: Freight, 3.31 272 03 

Fuel, Light, Water and Power.— H. Critchley, 375.00; J. L. Davidson, 453.00; 
J. Gamble, 200.00; F. Goodger, 339.00; Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 8.92; 
J. Lupien, 349.00; L. Lupien, 550.00; J. Malley, 100.00; Northern Academy 
Farm, 766.60; H. Plummer. 137.50; S. Shirk, 274.38; A. Watts, 138.75; E. Watts, 
70.00; H. WhiUington, 540.00 4,302 15 

Furniture and Furnishings. — Cassidy's, Ltd., 85.14; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 60.37; 
Gordon MacKay & Co., Ltd., 11.25; Lace Goods Co., 10.96; H. L. Lugsdin, 
83.69; G. Sparrow & Co., 30.30. Sundries: Express, 26.41; freight, 11.93; 
petty disbursements, 19.34 339 39 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — Canadian Colors & Chemicals, Ltd., 46.61; 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 21.23; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 131.06; McCoU Bros., 
46.93; Pugslev, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 54.90; Sundries: Express, 1.20; freight, 
10.22; petty disbursements, 1.98 314 13 

Grounds and Garden. — Rennie's Seeds, 25.77; Steele-Briggs Seed Co., 23.15; 

Stone & Wellington. 40,05. Sundries: Express, 8.30; petty disbursements, 8.50 105 77 



Carried forward 8.969,356 31 



F 58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 8,969,356 31 

Expenses — Continued 

Repairs and Alterations. — Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd., 80.11; Dominion 
Cement Paint Co., 11.40; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 57.88; G. H. Hees, Sons & Co., 
13.60; Hill-Clarke-Francis, Ltd., 36.70; Jack Frost Ice Machine Co., 58.84; 
Marshall p:cclestone, 10.38; D. McPhail, 31.75; W. Rennie Co., Ltd., 22.65; 
Steele-Briggs Seed Co., 31.25; Tavlor Forbes Co., 14.80; G. Tavlor Hardware 
Ltd., 172.28; A. C. Ward, 19.00; J. Whitton, 37.82. Sundries: Express, 26.17; 
freight, 17.65; petty disbursements, 61.54 



Domestic Science and Manual Training Supplies. — Central Scientific Co., 
Ltd., 113.80; C. Chapman Co., 131.42; Copp Clark Co., Ltd., 59.51; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., 46.91; W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 93.58; Hay Stationery Co., Ltd., 17.00; 
Ryerson Press, 17.64; Steele-Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 40.38; United Typewriter 
Co., Lto., 10.61. Sundries: Express, 44.36; freight, 9.77; petty disbursements, 
37.68 

Physical Culture Supplies.— E. Bastien, 12.00; A. G. Spalding & Bros., Ltd., 
79.43; Warren Bros., Ltd., 29.25. Sundries: Express, 15.70; freight, 1.67; petty 
disbursements. 11.69 

Contingencies. — American La France Fire Engine Co., 12.25; Cochrane Northland 
Post, 12.50; H. Burke. 21.75; T Claxton, Ltd., 17.00; P. Cotter, 34.55; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., 65.48; H. G. Critchley, 15.10; W. Harvey, 27.25; Globe Printing Co., 
11.98; W. F. Hiscocks, travelling expenses, 75.32; Iroquois Hotel, 20.00; King's 
Printer, 33.53; Mail Printing Co., 13.45; Murdock Stationerv, 32.00; McCosh 
House, 18.00; Province of Ontario, 11.75; R. S. Williams, Ltd., 17.35. Sundries: 
Express, 14.00; freight, 15.53; postage, 30.00; subscriptions, 20.00; telegram 
and telephone service, 25.18; petty disbursements, 69.24 

Farm and Power Plant Equipment ($6,104.28) 

Services and Expenses. — O. E. Bowman, 16.00; Can. Co-operative Wool Growers, 
Ltd., 14.40; Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 136.53; Can. Salt Co., Ltd., 68.80; 
H. & G. Critchlev, 52.35; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 42.30; Dominion Experimental 
Farm, 36.00; Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 585.99; A. Herbert, 28.00; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 23.69; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 38.43; J. Lupien. 64.50; Northern 
Academy Power, 75.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 40.50; M. Osman, 54.00; 
pay lists, wages of men, 3.978.95; Rennie's Seeds, 91.38; G. F. Sterne & Sons, 
26.00; United Farmers of Ontario, 424.71. Sundries: Express, 118.49; freight, 
121.49; petty disbursements, 66.77 

Northern Academy $47,378.32 



703 82 

622 66 
149 74 



613 21 



6,104 28 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Minister's Report ($1,160.16) 

King's Printer 1,160 16 

High and Public School Registers ($3,450.00) 
King's Printer 3,450 00 

Purchase of Text Books by Schools ($4.35) 
County of Hastings, grant 4 35 

Framing and Distribution of Pictures ($4,923.79) 
W. E. Phillips & Co., Ltd., 4,115.76. Sundries: Express, 781.98; freight, 26.05. . . 4,923 79 

Cost of Litigation ($23,183.48) 

Roman Catholic Separate Schools. — 

T. F. Battle, 4,000.00; I. F. Hellmuth, 5,000.00; Tilley, Johnston, Thompson 
& Parmenter, 5,000.00; McGregor Young, 5,500.00; King's Printer, $3,283.48. . . 

Canada Accident vs. Bank of Nova Scotia.- — 

Donald, Mason, White & Foulds 

Consolidation and Revision of Acts of Department of Education ($195.06) 

King's Printer 195 06 

Carried forward 8,969,356 31 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 59 

Brought forward 8,969,356 31 

Advertising ($13,993.05) 

Acta Victoriana, 31.00; Advertising & Pub. Agency, 35.00; Amputation Assn. of 
The Great War, 110.00; Canadian Baptist, 220.50; Canadian Child Pub. Co., 
36.00; Canadian Churchman, 688.80; Canadian Congress Journal Pub. Co., 
228.00; Canadian Countryman Pub. Co., 1,536.00; Canadian Historical Review, 
175.00; Canadian Jewish Review, 108.00; Canadian Labour Press, 250.00; Can- 
adian Labour World, 100.00; Canadian Magazine Pub. Co., 315.00; Canadian 
Trade Unionist, 83.34; The Catholic Record, 327.60; The Catholic Register, 
90.16; Daily Times, 102.90; Echoes, 70.00; Educational Pub. Co., 70.00; The 
Farmers' Sun, 564.00; The Farmers' Advocate, 884.00; Farm & Dairy, 432.00; 
Hamilton Union Label League, 60.00; Humane Pleader, 60.00; Labour Educa- 
tional Assn., 100.00; Labour Herald, 40.00; Labour Leader & Pub. Co., 480.00; 
Labour News, 87.50; The Legionary, 625.00; The Mail Printing Co., 12.00; 
National Councilor Women, 100.00; Navy League of Canada, 245.80; The New 
Outlook, 777.60; O.A.C. Review, 24.00; The Ontario Farmer, 652.00; Ontario 
Milk Producers' Assoc, 144.00; Ontario Municipal and Contractors' Blue Book, 
165.00; Ontario School Trustees and Ratepayers' Assn., 210.00; Ottawa Farm 
Journal, 168.00; Port Hope Daily Times, 71.40; Queen's University Journal, 
73.00; Queen's University Quarterly, 8.00; Rural Pub. Co., 230.40; St. Catharines 
Standard, 12.25; The Saturday Night, 220.00; Sentinel Pub. Co., 206.40; The 
School, 240.00; The Toronto Globe, 12.00; Toronto Hebrew Journal, 267.45; 
Toronto Women's Organizations Directory, 25.00; University of Toronto Month- 
ly, 274.95; Wm. Weld Co., Ltd., 312.00; Willison's, Ltd., 924.00; Wilson Pub. 
Co., 708.00 13,993 05 

Fees of Various Officials ($6.00) 

American Anthropological Association 6 00 

Travelling Expenses ($420.40) 

Chas. Black, 290.00; J. E. Benson, 25.45: Louis Charbonneau, 23.15; W. L Chisholm, 

3.85; Robt. Gauthier, 61.80; J. Hartley, 4.75; E. J. Watson, 11.40 420 40 

Historical Research Work ($2,081.00) 

Essex County Historical Society, printing pamphlets, 800.00; Jas. Hope & Son, Ltd., 
printing reports, 96.00; Ontario Historical Society, grant for research work, 
1,000.00; The Ryerson Press, printing, 185.00 2,081 00 

Grant to Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund to Meet 
Expenses of Administration of Fund ($8,467.39) 

Treasurer of Ontario, grant 8,467 39 

Compassionate Allowances to Ex-teachers ($9,061.98) 

Sundry ex-teachers 9,061 98 

Miscellaneous $66,946.66 

STATUTORY 
Grants 

Bursar, University of Toronto, Succession Duty, 6 Edw. VII, chap. 55 500,000 00 

« " " Grant, 60 Victoria, chap. 59 7,000 00 

" « " Royal Ontario Museum, 4 Geo. V, chap. 50 37,454 36 

Governors, " '* University Aid Act, 1926; 20-year annuity re new 

buildings 13,480 75 

French Scholarships, 10 Geo. V, Chap. 103 ($2,400.00) 

Frank W. Beare, 600.00; Constance Charlesworth, 600.00; Kathleen James, 600.00; 

Doris Shiell, 600.00 2,400 00 

Statutory $560,335.11 

Carried forward 9,604,831 79 



F60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 9,604,831 79 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

For Purchase of Pamphlets, Booklets, Stationery, Postage, and 
for Services in Connection with the Diamond Jubilee 
of Confederation of Canada ($5,611.55) 

British «& Colonial Press, booklets, 5,511.55; Miss Nellie Medd, services re prepara- 
tion of Jubilee Pageant, 100.00 5,611 55 

World Federation of Education Associations ($5,283.73) 

T. Arbuthnot, badges, etc., 22.83; Can. Nat. Rlys., tickets, 3,504.00; A. F. Nare, 

6.90; Niagara Parks Commission, meals, 1,750.00 5,283 73 

Special Warrants $10,895.28 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $9,615,727.07 



PART G 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office : Lands and Forests 4 

Crown Lands: 

Agents* Salaries 10 

Forestry Branch 13 

Forest Ranging 7 

Forest Reserves 9 

Fire Ranging 16 

Surveys 6 

Forestry Act 9 

Reforestation 14 

Parks 11 

Refunds 23 

Statutory 22 

Special Warrants 23 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



Hon. Wm. Finlayson. .Minister (Statutory). 



8,000 00 



MAIN OFFICE 



Salaries ($98,956.25) 

W. C. Cain Deputy Minister 12 months 

A. Ferguson Assistant to Deputy Minister 12 " 

John B. Thompson Minister's Secretary and Secretary to the 

Department 12 " 

M. E. Bliss Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

E. G. Halliday Clerk 12 " 

E. Harrison Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Solicitor's Branch 

F. E. Titus Solicitor 12 months 

B. Chambers Clerk Stenographer 7J^ " 

Lands Branch 

S. Draper Chief Clerk 12 months 

W. R. Ledger Principal Clerk 12 " 

C.E.Burns " " 12 " 

J. E. Drinkwater Senior Clerk 12 " 

J. B. Proctor « « 12 « 

W.S.Sutherland " " 12 " 

A. E. Roe " " 12 " 

F.A.Lucas " " 12 " 

S.A.Piatt " " 12 " 

A. E. Robillard Clerk 12 " 

E. F. O'Neill Senior Clerk Typist 12 « 

S. Ross Stenographer 12 " 

B. M. Benson Clerk 12 " 

E. Hills Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

C. O'Connor Engrossing Clerk 9 " 

Surveys Branch 

L. V. Rorke Director of Surveys 12 months 

J. Hutcheon Inspector of Surveys 12 " 

H. C. Smith Cartographer 12 " 

D. G. Boyd Senior Map Draughtsman 6 J^ " 

J. Work Principal Clerk 12 " 

E. M. Jarvis. Senior Clerk 12 " 

H. Treeby Map Draughtsman 12 " 

F. E. Blanchett " " 12 " 

A. Leaman " " 12 " 

Sydney Smith Clerk 2 " 

M. H. Kirkland Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Accounts Branch 

H. M. Lount Head Clerk 12 months 

C. J. Clarke Principal Clerk 12 " 

W. A. Burritt Senior Clerk 12 " 

R. Gordon Clerk 12 " 

C. G. Bowland " 12 " 

M. A. Whyte Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Records Branch 

S. K. Burdin Senior Clerk 12 months 

F. Samuels Senior Clerk 12 " 

C. Dies Clerk 12 " 

J. T. Lee Clerk 12 " 

N, B. Mathewson " 12 " 

W.C.St. John « 12 " 

S. Mulholland " 12 " 

H, Brophy Senior Clerk Messenger 12 " 



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3,000 00 


2,600 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,400 00 


3,500 00 


656 25 


3,300 00 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 


2,100 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,900 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


900 00 


5,000 00 


3,800 00 


2,850 00 


1,408 34 


2,400 00 


2,000 00 


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2,000 00 


141 66 


1,500 00 


3,000 00 


2,300 00 


2,000 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


1,200 00 


2,500 00 


1,800 00 


1,700 00 


1,700 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


1,300 00 


1,300 00 



Carried forward 98,956 25 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS GJ 

Brought forward 98,956 25 

Contingencies, Advertising, etc. ($84,595.01) 

Temporary Services. — Marjorie Armitage, junior clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 
28.85; F. L. Barr, draughtsman at 116.66 per mo., 1,399.92; Hilda Belfrey, clerk 
stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 390.00; R. N. Black, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 
1,200.00; M. Brocklehurst, stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 936.00; J. Bryson, 
clerk at 108.33 per mo., 1,074.96; J. J. Bryce, senior clerk stenographer, 91.66 per 
mo., 1,099.92; J. E. C. Butterfield, assistant to inspector of surveys at 208.33 
per mo., 1,979.13; A. R. Carey, junior clerk at 70.00 per mo., 840.00; Esther T. 
Cooke, stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 6.24; E. \V. Cooper, clerk typist at 116.66 
per mo., 1,399.92; M. E. Cox, clerk typist at 83.33 per mo., 999.96; Mrs. F. A. 
Cuthbertson, stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 915.00; Charlotte H. Deacon, junior 
clerk at 75.00 per mo., 80.77; S. O. Dennis, clerk stenocrapher at 87.50 per mo., 
1,050.00; L. G. Donald, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; Elwood F. Eaton, 
junior clerk at 75.00 per mo., 193.27; E. M. Fox, junior cheque writer at 80.00 
per mo., 775.38; Chas. Freymond, vault caretaker at 54.17 per mo., 325.02; F. 
Griffith, clerk stenographer at 87.50 per mo., 1,050.00; Geo. Harris, clerk at 
100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; VV. H. Heath, assistant cartographer, at 166.66 per mo., 
1,999.92; Geo. J. Hinton, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; H. F. Hunter, junior 
clerk at 65.00 per mo., 720.00; J. Hutcheon, junior engrossing clerk at 108.33 per 
mo., 1,299.96; J. P. Kelly, vault caretaker at 91.66 per mo., 588.74; Algn Lee, 
office boy at 8.00 per wk., 82.65; May E. Lomas, junior clerk typist at 62.50 per 
mo., 28.85; H. M. Lyons, junior clerk stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 780.00; 
A. MacLean, senior clerk at 150 per mo., 1,800.00; Sylvia Madill, clerk steno- 
grapher at 15.00 per wk., 232.50; W. A. McCord, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; 
L. McLeod, stenographer at 18.00 per wk., 936.00; M. O'Neil, junior stenographer 
at 65.00 per mo., 780.00; A. V. Pepler, junior clerk stenographer at 87.50 per mo., 
1,050.00; G. Potter, clerk at 108.33 per mo., 1,299.96; Eva P. Riches, junior clerk 
stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; Vera Robinson, clerk at 125.00 per mo., 
1,000.00; E. LL Rose, clerk stenographer at 83.33 per mo., 826.88; Lawrence M. 
Ryan, land tax collector at 183.33 per mo., 2,199.96; M. Squires, junior clerk 
stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 780.00; Annie M. Stephens, junior clerk steno- 
grapher at 75.00 per mo., 69.23; E. Stephens, junior clerk stenographer at 65.00 
per mo., 780.00; F. Stewart, stenographer at 87.50 per mo., 282.69; Greta 
Storke, junior clerk typist at 70.00 per mo., 218.08; M. Sutherland, clerk steno- 
grapher at 87.50 per mo., 1,050.00; E. Teasdale, clerk stenographer at 80.00 
per mo., 289.23; V. Vance, office boy at 64.58 per mo., 774.96; J. F. Warren, 
clerk at 116.66 per mo., 1,399.92 42,713 87 

Travelling Expenses.— J. E. C. Butterfield, 219.13; \V. C. Cain, 265.06; S. Draper, 
10.36; A. Ferguson, 16.40; Hon. Wm. Finlayson, 900.00; J. Hutcheon, 112.25; 
F. Johnston, 13.72; C. J. Knight, 82.39; \V. R. Ledger, 16.60; G. E. Pentland, 
38.61: L. V. Rorke, 602.53; L.M. Ryan, 60.55; F. E. Titus, 12.37; J. B. Thomp- 
son, 461.12; accountable, 200.00; Jno. Work, 89.60 3,100 69 

Advertising. — Blenheim News Tribune, 11.20; Blue Water Highway Association, 
50.00; Bruce Mines Spectator, 45.80; Cochrane Northland Miner, 7.00; Cochrane 
Northland Post, 101.60; Cliffe Printing Co., 47.60; The Citizen, Timmins, 3.75; 
Chatham Daily News, 18.00; Canada Lumberman, 412.00; Can. Forest and 
Outdoors, 520.00; Canadian National Exhibition, 100.00; Daily Times, Port 
Hope, 19.75; Daily News, Port Hope, 22.25; Daily Times, Journal, Fort William, 
121.00; Englehart Times, 9.45; Farmer's Advocate, 144.00; Fort Frances Times, 
75.90; Financial Times, 26.25; Globe Printing Co., 1,052.76; Haileyburian, 
16.80; Hastings Star, 8.40; Kingston Whig: Standard, 47.25; Kenora Miner and 
News, 7.00; La Tribuna Canadiana, 37.50; Monetary Times, 41.25; Mail and 
Empire, 1,215.00; MacLean Publishing Co., 392.00; Municipal Intelligence 
Bureau, 200.00; Muskoka Herald, 9.80; Northern Miner, 10.50; Northern 
News, 7.20; Nugget, North Bay, 120.20; New Liskeard Speaker, 140.25; News 
Chronicle, Port Arthur, 115.50; Ontario Farmer, 81.00; Patricia Herald, 33.60; 
Pembroke Standard, 26.16; Parry Sound Canadian, 24.15; Powassan News, 7.00; 
Porcupine Advance, 42.80; Record Publishing Co., Rainy River, 104.36; H. E. 
Smallpiece, 64.00; Simcoe Reformer, 14.04; Sudbury Star, 137.00; Sault Daily 
Star, 84.50; St. Joe Herald, 12.60; Toronto Garrison Military Tournament, 
100.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, 106.50; Welland Tribune and Telegraph 
10.80 6,005 47 

Annual Membership in Various Associations. — American Forestry Association, 
16.75; National Geographic Society, 4.00; Ontario Land Surveyors' Association, 
14.00 34 75 

Typewriters.— United Typewriter Co 419 10 

Carried forward 151.230 13 



G 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 151,230 13 

Contingencies, Advertising, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Bell Telephone Co., exchancie, 4.55; Brigdens, Ltd., half tones, 
40.33; F. F. Bowell, blueprint outfit, 501.50; Burroughs .\dding .Machine Co., 
inspections, 20.85; A. Bokhandaln, books, 6.80; Canada F"acts Publishing Co., 
copies, 15.00; Can. Review Co., book, 8.00; Cambridge Book and Gift -Shop, 
books, 11.50; F. Clitheroe, reporting, 20.00; Commercial Engraving, engraving, 
9.45; Cooper-Hewitt Electric Co., electrical tube, 45.00; Copp Clark Co., maps, 
175.00; .v. G. Gumming, Ltd., photostats, 1,695.40; E. A. Cunningham, reporting, 
194.24; CuUiton's Auto Livery, livery, 15.00; J. M. Deacon Co., registering 
leases, 9.00; Dept. of Public Highways, cartage, 9.20; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., ladder, 
etc., 21.40; Elliott, Fisher, Ltd., inspections, 18.00; Fairbanks-Morse Co., trucks, 
136.20; L. H. Ferguson, legal fees, 40.30; Field, Love & House, typewriter repairs, 
7.50; A. D. George, legal fees, 50.00; D. Gestetner, Ltd., stationery, 333.50; 
Gore Bay Registry Office, searches, 346.48; W. L. Haight, reporting, 425.32; 
Harris Lithographing Co., maps, 1,860.00; E. H. Harcourt, Ltd., maps, 347.90; 
Hinsperger Harness Co., 50.00; King's Printer, 19,422.20; F. W. Lyonde and 
Sons, photos, 23.00; McAnish Co., Ltd., books, 37.50; T. Nelson & Son, stationery, 
12.50; Newspapers and Periodicals, 148.01; J. S. O'Connor, photos, 12.00; 
Treasurer of Ontario, bank charges, 34.48; Produced in Canada E.xhibits, rental 
of booth, 130.00; Province of Ontario Pictures, films, 37.70; Remington Type- 
writer Co., typing, 150.00; inspections, 63.90; Royal Typewriter Co., inspections, 
12.00; -Sanderson's Drug Store, kodak, 19.10; R. Simpson & Co., Ltd., picture 
frames, 19.85; Spanner & Co., mounting beaver, 12.00; Steel Equipment Co., 
cupboards, etc., 217.50; Stephens Sales, Ltd., repairs, etc., 19.00; J. C. .Swinburne, 
filing plan, 10.00; C. Tarling Map Co., mounting maps, 41.50; T. & N.O. Railway, 
business car and supplies, 217.19; Toronto Railway and Steamboat Guide, guides, 
15.00; Typographical Survey, copies, 210.00; United Typewriter Co., typing, 
50.00; inspections, etc., 723.88. Sundries: Car tickets, 33.00; excise stamps, 
15.00; express, 493.93; freight, 3.16; postage, 1,168.35; telegrams, 2,513.95; 
petty disbursements, 38.01 32,321 13 

Main Office and Branches. . ^ $183,551.26 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Commutation Volunteer Veterans' Land Grants ($300.00) 

R. Colquhoun, 50.00; M. J. Galvin, 100.00; Mrs. N. E. Howe, 50.00; D. J. Hawkins, 

50.00; Jas. Walker, 50.00 300 00 

Surveys ($124,820.19) 

AUanwater, Ogoki River and Lake Expansion, J. S. Dobie, services and expenses, 

10,694.40; less 1926, accountable, 6,700.00 3,994 40 

Ameliasburg Township, side-lines, T. B. Speight, accountable 150 00 

Eagle Lake, traverse Kenora District, R. M. Gourlay, accountable 1,500 00 

English River, C. C. MacLennan, services and expenses 2,103 94 

Gananoque Lake, N. B. MacRostie, accountable •.• • ^^^ ^^ 

Kenora District, base and meridian line, D. J. Gillon, accountable, 5,500.00; Phillips 
and Benner, accountable, 7,650.00; Speight and Van Nostrand, accountable, 

7,398.75 20,548 75 

La Cloche River, T. J. Patten, services and expenses, 1,212.96; less 1926, accountable, 

200.00 1,012 96 

Little Abitibi River, traverse, T. G. Code, services and expenses, 2,024.47; less 1926 

accountable, 1,500.00—524.47; A. Matheson, accountable, 1,500.00 2,024 47 

Lake Joseph, Kenora District, N. B. Proudfoot, expenses, 3.33; accountable, 

4,910.00 4,913 33 

Lake Suel and Root River, J. S. Dobie, accountable 5,000 00 

Manito'i Lakes, Kenora District, R. S. Kirkup, accountable 4,848 00 

Muskoka District, J. T. Coltham, accountable, 3,000.00; W. F. B. Rubidge, account- 
able, 3,403.36 6,403 36 

Nakina Township, Thunder Bay District, Phillip and Benner, services and expenses, 

2,305.91 ; less 1926 accountable, 300.00 2,005 91 

Nipigon Lake, north shore, W. F. B. Rubidge, services and expenses, 6,698.91; less 

1926 accountable, 3,570.00 3,128 91 

Olrig Township, cottage sites, E. L. Moore, services and expenses 175 40 

Oxtongue Lake and Clear Lake, traverse, J. B. Coltham, services and expenses, 

1,703.00; less 1926 accountable, 100.00 1.603 00 

Carried forward 243,763 69 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 7 

Brought forward 243,763 69 

Surveys — Continued 

Patricia District, base and meridian lines, J. R. Gill, services and expenses, 8,638.85, 
less 1926, accountable, 5,000.00 — 3,638.85; Speight and Van Nostrand, services 
and expenses, 9,652.12, less 1926 accountable, 7,237.50—2,414.62; H. \V. SutcliflFe, 
services and expenses, 9,686.70; less 1926 accountable, 5,000.00—4,686.70; 

J. R. Gill, accountable, 5,000.00 15,740 17 

Fault Township, Sudbury District, K. Matheson, accountable 700 00 

Pine Ridge Town Plot, C. H. Wilkins, services and expenses, 6,783.67; less 1926 

accountable, 4,600.00 2,183 67 

Quetico Park, D. J. Gillon, services and expenses, 6,898.02, less 1926 accountable, 
3,900—2,998.02; E. L. Cavana, services and expenses, 5,342.84, less 1926 account- 
able, 3,620.00—1,722.84 4,720 86 

Rainy River, base and meridian lines, Phillip and Benner, services, 6,875.62; less 

1926 accountable, 5,125.00... 1,750 62 

Shaw Township, A. Gillies, services and expenses 2,541 42 

Striker Township, C. R. Kenny, services and expenses 342 13 

Sturgeon Lake, Kenora District, E. L. Cavana, accountable 4,800 00 

Skead Township, E. \V. Neelands, services and expenses 189 80 

Shoal Lake, Lake of the Woods traverse, C. R. Kenny, accountable 2,400 00 

Trout Lake and River, Patricia District, C. R. Kenny, services and expenses, 

6,695.86; less 1926 accountable, 4,300.00 .^ 2,395 86 

Thunder Bay District, base line, Beatty and Beatty, accountable, 8,625.00; E. L. 

Moore, accountable, 5,100.00; H. W. Sutcliffe, accountable, 4,590.00 18,315 00 

Wicksteed Township, E. L. Moore, services and expenses, 4,340.49, less 1926 

accountable, 1,000.00 3,340 49 

Wicklow Township, F. T. Webster, accountable 300 00 

Inspection of Surveys. — C. E. Fitton, services and expenses, 4,687.74; less 1926 

accountable, 3,400.00—1,287.74; accountable 1927, 3,900.00 5,187 74 

Forest Ranging ($420,457.11) 

J. P. Legris Forest Supervisor 12 months 2,700 00 

Rangers' Pay Lists: — 

District : 

Kenora 28,867 00 

Port Arthur 18,5 1 75 

Sudbury 57,232 50 

Fort Frances 19,118 00 

South Porcupine 7,879 00 

Cochrane 12,012 00 

Peterborough 5,038 00 

New Liskeard 14,920 50 

North Bay 27,594 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 35,191 00 

Parry Sound 9,740 00 

Renfrew 13,249 00 

Forest Surveys 26,875 81 

Miscellaneous 15,736 46 

Travelling Expenses. — K. Acheson, 60.25; L. Acheson, 110.50; Ira M. Acheson, 
43.50; W. Adams, 47.35; D. M. Ainslee, 36.95; M. Ainslie, 2.35; A. Aisenault, 
8.20; J. A. Alexander, 50.00; J. R. Allen, 133.60; G. P. Allan, 42.05; J. Aimers, 
18.50; F. Ball, 4.70; T. Barrett, 71.65; W. Barr3% 15.60; E. Beaumont, 202.15; 
W. E. Beddome, 9.45; A. Beech, 19.85; Jos. Bellevue, 11.80; A. Bertrand, 11.20; 
T. Binnie, 111.15; J. M. Bishop, 29.50; J. A. Bissonette, 4.70; B. Blastorah, 
82.25; E. A. Boice, 40.80; W. G. Boland, 408.55; J. J. Bowland, 35.95; T- Boyd, 
40.30; J. A. Brodie, 299.57; E. H. Bromley, 73.70; T. A. Bromley, 111.70; W. T- 
Brooks, 192.75; J. A. Brown, 260.50; J. F. Brown, 116.70; B. W. Brvan, 23.50; 
W. J. Burrell, 9.20; S. E. Burritt, 20.20; H. J. Bush, 21.65; R. Bush, 11.75; J. 
Byrne, 327.55; T- H. Caldwell, 185.65; Thos. Callaghan, 13.90; K. D. Campbell, 
12.35; J. M. Campbell, 40.50; N. S. Cameron, 20.75; J. A. Charette, 51.45; 
P. Charlebois, 44.10; E. Clairm.ont, 10.95; P. M. Cleary, 29.80; E. Constantine, 
17.00; P. J. Corrigan, 19.10; J. A. Costello, 116.60; P. Coyne, 36.45; W. Crebo, 
406.93; W. Creighton, 37.55: W. Darby, 41.05; F. M. Davies, 197.45; J. J. 
Dawkins, 21.90; A. H. Delaney, 16.70; G. Delahaye, 78.20; L. C. Delgaty, 
18.40; L. Dennie, 26.75; F. J. Dennie, 254.65; J. Dickson, 30.90; W. D. Dickson, 
40.00; L. P. Didier, 79.95; J. R. Dillon, 365.70; J. E. Doxsee, 313.95; D. Duncan, 

Carried forward 603,335 47 



G 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 603,335 47 

Forest Ranging — Continued 
Travellinti Expenses — Continued 

7.85; W. A. Duncan, 55.80; J. W. Dunlevy, 127.12; J. V. Dunne, 66.25; C. 
Dupuis, 27.75; H. Durrell, 54.90; T- Durrell, 82.05; W. J. Durrell, 5.55; A. J. 
Dusang, 234.70; C. A. Duval, 410.56; R. Edwards, 50.80; R. B. Elliott, 23.50; 
VV. Elliott, 583.55; J. B. Faulkner, 23.00; A. R. Fensom, 35.60; G. A. Ferguson, 
196.14; G. Fisher, 129.05; M. Field, 4.90; J. J. Fink, 158.45; N. B. Fletcher, 6.16; 
A. R. Fraser, 6.00; A. T. Eraser, 35.50; W. J. Gibson, 8.70; C. Gill, 82.20; J. B. 
Gilmour,37.15:B.Gorman.316.35: J.Grant, 120.70; H.Green, 217.10;S. Greene, 
76.00; P. Gregoire, 26.60; L. Grozelle, 72.50; E. G. Hagen, 430.60; W. G. Ham- 
mond, 7.70; H. D. Hammond, 142.60: G. Hanley, 45.70; J. G. Hanley, 26.20; G. E. 
Harper,2.35; I.B. Hart, 253.86; S.J. Hawkins, 117.45; VV. Hawkins, 85.50; J.J. 
Harkins, 3.50; ]. Haystead, 14.40; J. Hearl, 20.95; A. E. Henderson, 15.70; J. I. 
Henderson, 20.65; B. Hey, 368.65; J. S. M. Hofif, 14.80; J. D. Hogan, 55.05; J. 
Hogarth, 20.95; J. M. Horn, 169.75; G. Hornick, 210.00; R. C. Hosie, 184.87; J. 
Howard, 81.65; A. H. Huckson, 261.00; E. Huckson, 192.50; D. N. Hughes, 7.40; 
C. Hunt, 42.00; A. Hurd, 243.37; C. Hurd, 89.30; H. L. Husband, 48.80; G. Hynes, 
5.80; E. B. Jobb, 7.90; F. Johns, 124.45; R. N. Johnston, 65.07; J. C. Kaufifman, 
22.60; M. Kehoe. 95.20; E. Kelly, 5.90; D. F. Kerby, 120.10; D. J. Kennedy, 
34.60; S. Kennedy, 23.20; T. J. Kennedy, 453.85; G. A. Kernahan, 11.20; J. 
Kerr, 79.85; J. Kirby, 16.30; S. Kintrea, 21.30; P. L'Abbe, 119.20; W. V. Lane, 
29.40; J. Laughlin, 31.45; C. Leach, 27.80; T-P. Legris, 30.12; J. H. Lemieux, 
11.95; J. A. Letherby, 44.75; B. Love, 36.15; J. D. MacDonald, 312.50; F. C. 
MacDonald, 224.20; N. MacDonald, 85.20; R. D. MacDonnell, 33.70; W. H. 
MacGregor, 87.00; M. Malloy, 31.10; R. Mantle, 5.35; T- A. Margach, 30.58; 
L. Maxwell, 58.55; J. W. Miller, 28.25; R. M. Miller, 14."75; A. Moran, 524.60; 
H. Morel, Jr., 6.00; B. Morrison, 9.05; J. S. MorrishofF, 14.55; P. Murray, 9.10; 
J. McArthur, 44.90; C. W. McBean, 22.50; H. L. McCausland, 69.50; J. E. 
McCaw, 165.40; A. McClay, 5.75; R. S. McConachie, 46.70; ]. McCudden, 
79.65; A. J. McDonald, 5.00; J. R. McDonald, 11.50; M. McDonald, 14.65; 
N. McDonald, 860.96; S. C. McDonald, 52.00; T. McDonald, 13.35; J. R. 
McDonnell, 154.75; C. McDougall, 33.15; J. T. McDougall, 65.50; C. McGhie, 
3.00; D. C. Mclnnis, 244.91; H. H. Mcintosh, 46.85; J. G. Mcintosh, 22.80; J. A. 
Mclntyre, 25.65; J. P. McKee, 210.85; W. B. McKendry, 38.15; A. E. McKenzie, 
93.60; J. McManus, 151.65; F. J. McMillan, 30.80; A. J. McNab, 24.15; J. S. 
McPherson, 515.30; N. C. McVittie, 45.95; D. M. Netterfield, 1.00; James 
Niblett, 88.30; C. Norgate, 25.60; P. O'Gorman, 59.15; J. P. Ouilette, 11.45; 
R. Owen, 106.95; I. Palmer, 186.25; O. Paquette, 21.40; F. R. Parmenter, 57.70; 
H. H. Parsons, 513.67; J. H. Pennock, 50.00; T- D. Pennock, 425.75; W. H. 
Phillips, 34.35; W. D. Piggott, 9.55; J. J. Powers, 14.05; C. Prouty, 310.65; 
M. Rabbitts, 39.20; J. Raeburn, 41.80; C. E. Rawson. 26.90; T- L. Re?an, 74.15; 
I. B. Reid, 60.45; C. R. Richardson, 98.25; R. Ridley, 206.78; G. Ritchie, 
22.60; T. G. Robinson, 18.20; W. J. Robinson, 76.40; A. Ross, 97.30; F. E. 
Rowe, 253.80; J. E. Rumball, 7.10; O. W. Rusk, 63.60; S. V. Ryan, 90.13; W. T- 
Sanders, 18.75; E. Savoy, 14.22; J. F. Sharpe, 2,347.38; J. A. Sharpe, 62.20; 
G. Sheffield, 114.15; W. T. Shrumm, 13.30; C. Sjolander, 69.35; B. Smith, 28.75; 

C. S. Smith, 54.70; V. W. Smith, 91.65; J. D. C. Smith, 119.10; J. Spaven, 95.50; 

D. J. Spence, 18.80; S. D. Spence, 63.90; H. S. Spoffard, 197.15; N. Spread- 
borough, 10.80; P. Stein, 124.60: D. Stewart, 54.85; J. 0. Stewart, 14.45; J. T. 
Stewart, 255.55; J. V. Stewart, 514.14; R. M. Stewart, 16.35; K. Stirling, 3.00; 
J. H. Stirrett, 258.00; J. V. Strain, 33.65; R. J. Street, 14.60; M. Sullivan, 
199.45; G. L. Sullivan, 12.45; C. H. Swallow, 21.15; G. Swartman, 166.30; A. G. 
Taylor, 22.50; E. H. Telfer, 50.55; D. Thorburn, 9.55; T. Thorpe, 37.85; N. 
Vanderburgh, 134.85; H. T. Vincent, 252.24; T. F. Walter, 10.50; J. J. Walls, 
11.85; R. M. Warren, 14.35; F. H. Weeks, 182.10; R. J. Whalen, 67.00; A. T. 
White, 396.45; E. Whitmore, 86.05; P. A. Wickware, 34.30; E. P. Williams, 
2.30; A. R. Wilson, 6.80; C. F. Wilson, 4.20; E. S. Wilson, 200.60; R. H. Wilson, 
75.05; W. T. Wilson, 53.05; A. C. Wrieht, 24.25; F. G. Young, 550.20; W. D. 

Young, 15.80; W. J. Yuill, 33.65; H. Zuffelt, 23.85 28,502 18 

Provisions, Camp Supplies, Equipment and Repairs. — Ames Tent & Awning 
Co., 24.50; J. H. Beamish, 49.41; Benger, Ltd., 80.89; E. Bliss, 831.82; Bluebird 
Food Stores, 957.60; Boulton Auto Service, 16.40; Brunswick Sales Stables, 
287.50; H. Burrows, 279.59; R. S. Campbell, 9.00; Cameron Heap Co., 166.52; 
Canadian Kodak Co., 1,800.90; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 70.99; Carter Bros. 
144.78; Canniff & Williams, 28.00; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Co., 134.92; 
J. Colleran, 29.42; D. Connelly, 10.85; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., .40; J. 
Cousineau, 120.22; A. Dault, 10.56; Dav Welding & Brazing Co., 22.15; W. S. 
Dean, 16.80; R. E. Digby, 872.10; F. Edwards, 10.65; G. E. Farlinger, 643.17; 

Carried forward 631,837 65 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 9 

Brought forward 631,837 65 

Forest Ranging — Continued 

Provisions, Etc. — Continued 

A. Ferguson, 91.69; A. T. Fife & Co., 75.61; P. Filion, 46.84; Film & Slide Co., 
76.00; Fort Frances Union Co-operative Co., 86.35; Fowlter Hardware Co., 
12.00; Gevaeot Co. of American, 21.00; D. J. Gastmeier, 2C.00; Grant-Holden- 
Graham, Ltd., 414.75; H. H. Green, 17.10; H. N. Green, 10.10; Hinsperger 
Harness Co., 112.75; Hudson's Bav Co., 88.80; D. L. Humphrey, 15.00; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 36.83; Indian Lake Lumber Co.. 77.23; W. R. Jackson & Co., 135.76; 
D. W. Jessop, 507.80; J. A. Johnston, 412.43; Journal Printing Co., 60.00; 
King's Printer, 481.32; B. F. Kean, 93.00; La Compagnie Fauginet Co. 15.13; 
Langley's, Ltd., 105.80; Lindstrom & Nelson, 82.72; Lockart's Camera Ex- 
change, 156.87; J. H.Leng, 179.00; J. M. MacPherson, 5.25; Marks-Clavet-Dobie 
Co., Ltd., 1,301.03; Marshall-Ecclestone Co., 25.75; McCawBros., 143.95; H. E. 
McGill, 141.25; McKinnon & Ronan, 146.83; Neale & Heath, 273.33; Northern 
Electric Co., 374.93; S. Onarhaim, 60.05; Ontario Rubber Co., 1.50; J. Perks, 
105.52; Peterborough Canoe Co., 108.06; C. Pierce & Son. Ltd., 2.55; J. E. 
Poole, Co., 40.50; Public Utilities Commission, 12.50; J. G. Ramsav & Co., 18.02; 
J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., 585.72; B. Rosenblatt, 53.50; Schieder Co., 102.96; J. T. 
Shaw & Sons, 4.25; Skankman Bros., 15.43; St. Marv's Marine Suppiv Co., 
259.02; J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co., 47.90; Sudbun.- Construction Co., 2.00; B. 
Swartman, 166.98; Geo. Tavlor Hardware Co., 16.05; Temiskaming Telephone 
Co., 20.00; A. Templeton & Son, 84.50; J. B. Tiefenbacher, 54.30; Timmins 
Provision Co., 82.56; Town of Fort Frances, 10.80; United Typewriter Co., 67.50; 
United Church Publishing Co., 2.40; University of Toronto, 58.47; Watson & 
Llovd, 31.30; Wells Hardware Co., 532.63; Williams Hardware Co., 499.91; 
Winks' Supply Station, 38.85; Woods Mfg. Co., 60.00; R. R. Wood, 39.60 15,648 67 

Air Service. — ^Forestry Branch Air Service, proportion of cost transferred from 

Fire Ranging ' 80,000 GO 

Miscellaneous. — C. Martin, rent, 625.00; E. Masherson, rent. 15.00; C. Mudge, 
rent. 75.00; Marshall & Ecclestone, rent, 40.00; D. L. McKinnon & Son, rent, 
225.00; A. M. Rose, insurance, 20.00; A. H. Skene, rent, 84.00; Tarling Map 
Mounting Co., maps, 41.45. Sundries: Cartage, 76.10; express, 116.08; freight, 
146.59; postage, 4.00; telegrams, 13.62; petty disbursements, 160.40 1,642 24 

Forest Reserves ($4,794.70) 

C. E. Hindson Ranger, Temagami 1,500 00 

Travelling Expenses. — T. A. Cummings 11 35 

Miscellaneous. — Elliot Bros., snow-shoes, 12.00; pay lists, wages of men, 3,258.00. 

Sundries: Express, 3.35; postage, 10.00 3,283 35 

Cullers' Act ($77.30) 

Travelling Expenses.— J. G. McCaw, 21.10; S. C. MacDonald, 18.25 39 35 

Miscellaneous. — W. Milne & Son, 23.00. Sundries: Express, 1.15; livery, 5.00; 

petty disbursements, 8.80 37 95 

Expenditure under the Forestry Act ($41,015.12) 

Travelling Expenses.— B. F. Averv, 89.25; T. W. Dwight, 272.29; J. H. Faull, 
418.24; J. I. Hart, 451.68; C. D. Howe, 74.80; I. C. Marritt, 60.10; accountable, 
130.44; H. L. McCausland, 244.49; A. B. McClay, 87.40; C. R. Mills, 36.15; 
H. G. Schauche, 94.05; G. E. Thompson, 150.50; T. M. C. Taylor, 149.84 2,259 23 

Miscellaneous. — American Tent & Awning Co., stove, 11.00; Ball Planing Mills 
Co., lumber, 125.66; J. Barchler, cleaning right-of-way, 3,899.98; Canadian 
Kodak Co., Ltd., films, 1,332.18; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Co., hardware, 
11.04; Diamond Grocers, provisions, 22.20; General Motors of Canada, 
coach, 809.59; W. H. Halton & Sons, lumber, 864.15; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., 
hardware, 40.41; Instruments, Ltd., compass, 14.25; W. R. Jackson & Co., 
brokerage, 356.52; King's Printer, 82.61; Lochart's Camera Exchange, photo 
supplies, 59.61; C. S. McCaughey, legal services, 30.10; W. J. McGuire, Ltd., 
valves, 30.20; McLennan & Co., Ltd., lumber, 429.66; McDonald & Rolph, 
cement, 105.25; J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., cocks, etc., 995.21; Metallic 
Roofing Co., sheets, etc., 512.07; National Grocers, Ltd., hams, 130.54; pay lists, 
wages of men, 23,514.70; J. R. Perry, board, 70.00; Pratt & Shanacy, provisions, 
248.10; Ruberoid Division Building Products, felt, 92.36; H. Simpson, brick, 
19.20; Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., pump, 879.00; H. Smith, cans, 240.66; 

Carried forward 736,259 79 

s P.A. 



G 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 

Expenditure under the Forestry Act — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

J. Sobourin, purchase of lot, 1,000.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., paint, etc., 133.16; 
Sudbury Boat & Canoe Co., canoes, 214.50; R. H. Webster, repairs, 64.21; A. R. 
Williams Machinery Co., steel, 93.51; Woods Mfg. Co., tents, etc., 632.20; G. D. 
Wright, gas, etc., 46.90. Sundries: Cartage, 12.25; express, 14.77; freight, 
768.10; liverv, 7.00; postage, 3.55; telegrams, .33; telephone, 9.45; petty disburse- 
ments, 829.7'l 

Agents' Salaries and Disbursements — ^($98,541 95) 

J.I. Hartt Inspector of Crown Timber Agencies 12 months 

James A. Alexander Crown Timber Agent, Fort Frances 12 " 

N. B. Fletcher " " " Parrv Sound 12 " 

S. J. Hawkins Principal Clerk 12 " 

A. H. Huckson Crown Timber Agent, Sault Ste. Marie. ... 12 " 



736,259 79 



Miss S. God f rev 
J. T. McDougall. 
S. C. MacDonald 
Jos. H. Milway. . 
J. D. C. Smith... 

D. J. Spence 

A. Stevenson .... 
Patrick J. Whelan 



Port Arthur 12 " 

North Bay 12 " 

New Liskeard 12 " 

Port Arthur 12 " 

Kenora 12 " 

Cochrane 113-^ " 

Peterborough 12 " 

Renfrew 12 " 



E. Arthurs Crown Lands Agent, Espanola Mills 12 



Minden 12 

Wilno 12 

Denbigh 12 

Markstay 12 

Stratton 12 

Parrv Sound 12 

Sault Ste. Marie 12 

Cochrane 12 

Powassan 12 

Mattawa 12 

Magnetawan 12 

Dryden 12 

Bruce Mines 12 

Apsley 12 

Kenora 2 

New Liskeard 12 

Sudbury 12 

North Bay 12 

Massey 12 

Emsdale 8 

Hilton Beach 12 

Pembroke 12 

Kinmount 12 

Port Arthur 12 

Englehart 12 

Bancroft 12 

Matheson 12 

Hearst 12 

Sturgeon Falls 12 

J. C. Barr Homestead Inspector, Fort Frances 12 



R. H. Baker 

F. Blank 

C. Both 

John Brown 

Wm. Cameron 

Miss I. M. Campbell 

Thos. Dean 

S. J. Dempsay 

H. J. Ellis 

J. Arthur Fink 

J. S. Freeborn 

J. E. Gibson 

Albert Grigg 

W. Hales 

H. E. Holland 

J. R. McCrea 

J. K. MacLennan. . . 

W. J. Parsons 

R. A. Teasdale 

D. Thaw 

W. J. Trainor 

F. Watt 

A. N. Wilson 

S. H. Wilson 

Jos. Woollings 

David Fuller 

John A. Hough 

John Bresnahan 

J. P. Marchildon 



Chelmsford 12 

New Liskeard 12 

Sault Ste. Marie. ... 12 

Bracebridge 12 

Murillo 12 

Callander 12 

Cache Bay 12 

Kapuskasing 12 

Cochrane 12 

Monteith 12 

Dryden 12 

Englehart 12 

T. A. McArthur Inspector of Agencies, North Bay 12 

Carried forward . , 



J. A. Bastien. 

W. V. Cragg 

Thos. Dean 

Wm. G. Gerhart, 

T. Hughes 

H. F. Jervis. ... 

H. B. Owens 

H. E. Sheppard. 

D. Smith 

L. E. VanHorn . . 

R. G. Wigle 

Wm. Hough. 



38,755 


89 


4,200 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,700 


00 


2,300 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,045 


76 


2,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,300 


00 


1,900 


00 


2,400 


00 


500 


00 


350 


00 


500 


00 


200 


00 


600 


00 


500 


00 


500 


00 


300 


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1,100 


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500 


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500 


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500 


00 


1,200 


00 


900 


00 


250 


00 


100 


02 


1,200 


00 


700 


00 


1,200 


00 


600 


00 


333 


36 


300 


00 


300 


00 


175 


00 


1,200 


00 


800 


00 


500 


00 


1,200 


00 


939 


00 


500 


80 


1,600 


00 


1,300 


00 


1,700 


00 


900 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,900 


00 


1,700 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,300 


00 


900 


00 


843,909 


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1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



G 11 



S. C. Larose. 



Ottawa Agency ($2,644.83) 
.Agent 12 months 



Miscellaneous.— Bell Telephone Co., 66.08; Hope Realty, Ltd., 700.00; J. Hope 
& Son, Ltd., 45.90; Might Directories, Ltd., 12.00; postage, 6.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 14.85 

Algonquin Provincial Park ($33,996.02) 

J. W. Miller Superintendent (acting) 12 months 

Mark Robinson Chief Ranger 12 " 



W. L. Lewis 

Jas. Shields " 

T. Ranger Ranger 

Z. A. Nadon « 

Peter Ranger " 

Thos. Wattie " 

D. Valentine " 

John Christie " 

A. F. Benn " 



. 1 

.12 
12 
12 
12 

7 
12 
12 

9 



8,875 00 



12,138 75 



Brought forward 843,909 62 

Agents' Salaries and Disbursements — Continued 

Temporary Services.— B. Bell, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; C. A. 
Duval, acting crown timber agent at 7.00 per diem, 2,191.00; H. P. Green, care- 
taker, 50.00; W. H. Jamieson, caretaker, 50.00; A. Kurki, stenographer at 70.00 
per mo., 840.00; J. G. McCaw, acting crown timber agent at 8.00 per diem, 
2,504.00; K. H. McLeod, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; G. Nuttall, 
acting crown timber agent at 2.00 per diem, 460.00; M. Rumsey, stenographer at 
75.00 per mo., 900.00; J. Stewart, caretaker, 50.00; F. P. Watson, homestead 
inspector at 5.00 per diem, 30.00 

Travelling Expenses. — J. A. Alexander, 132.76; J. C. Barr, 639.64; J. A. Bastien, 
1,120.40; J. Bresnahan, 2.30; J. Brown. 16.15; W. V. Cragg, 294.00; T. Dean, 
45.50; A. Duval, 46.20; X. B. Fletcher, 21.75; W. G. Gerhart, 336.45; A. Grigg, 
96.60; J. L Hartt, 1,927.49; accountable, 338.50; S. J. Hawkins, 225.50; 
accountable, 136.35; W. Hough, 402.66; A. H. Huckson, 63.05; T. Hughes, 
418.65; H. Jarvis, 590.06; S. C. MacDonald, 78.72; T. A. McArthur, 456.25; 
J. G. McCaw, 27.70; J. T. McDougall, 57.34; J. H. Milway, 189.75; H. B. 
Owens, 1,339.85; accountable 100.00; H. E. Sheppard, 197.75; D. Smith, 239.45; 
J. D. C. Smith, 612.69; D. J. Spence, 223.85: A. Stevenson, 292.45; J. E. Van 
Horn, 463.21; T. P. Watson, 22.70; P. J. Whelan, 424.75; R. G. Wigle, 558.28. . 

Office Rent, Light, Telephone and Telegraph Service. — Bell Telephone Co., 
503.34; F. Blank, 90.00; Bradburns, Ltd., 180.00; J. iM. Campbell, 120.00; Can. 
Nat. Telegraph, 113.84; Can. Pacific Telegraph, 132.62; Cochrane Public 
Utilities, 123.41; Empire Cafe, 253.00; J. A. Fink, 102.00; Town of Fort Francis, 
46.55; J. E. Gibson, 120.00; L. Giroux, 240.00; A. Grigg, 130.00; C. Howe, 23.00; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 21.97; Kapuskasing Supply Co., 1.50; Town 
of Kenora, 19.98; G. LeClare, 36.75; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 480.00; P. 
McCool, 350.00; N. McLean, 30.00; North Bay Hydro-Electric, 1.94; Peter- 
borough Public Utilities, 6.90; Porcupine Telephone Lines, 73.93; Porth Arthur 
Public Utilities, 48.00; G. M. Roich, 675.00; Rothschild Co., 720.00; E. Sheppard, 
120.00; Spruce Falls Co., 24.57; T. & N.O. Telegraph, 12.08; Temiskaming 
Telephone Co., 60.80; P. J. Whelan, 180.00; W. Wilson, 25.05; J. Woolings, 80.00 

Miscellaneous. — Adamson & Sobin, supplies, 11.75; A. Aitken, supplies, 13.00; S. 
Ballantyne, wood, 24.50; W. Bertrand, inspections, 116.00; J. Bresnahan, wood, 
50.55; J. Castonguos, lumber, 176.34; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Co., wick, 
etc., 35.94; Dept. of Agriculture, office expense, 272.64; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
cutter, 65.00; P. A. Ferguson, fees, 10.80; A. T. Fife Co., paint, etc., 23.49; ^- ^• 
Griffiths, supplies, 10.80; E. Hadwin, cleaning office, 15.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
gas and oil, 36.31; Kapuskasing Supply Co., gas, etc., 187.20; G. Leclare, wood, 
82.75; k. Logan, stool, 12.00; J. Lothian, oats, 22.65; McKinnon & Ronan, hay 
and oats, 18.43; J. McVey, tires, 32.71; Neal & Heath, supplies, 16.52; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet, 118.16; Peoples' Dry Cleaning Co., cleaning, 16.00; 
Peterborough Fuel & Transfer Co., coal, 46.85; Remington Typewriter Co., type- 
writer, 150.00; G. M. Reynolds & Co., cabinet, 52.95; G. W. Smith, stationery, 
18.87; R. A. Teasdale, inspection, 132.00; United Typewriter Co., adding 
machine, 229.75. Sundries: Cartage, 80.96; express, 42.40; freight, 86.35; 
postage, 1,045.50; petty disbursements, 233.96 



5,146 23 



3,488 04 



1,800 00 



844 83 



2,190 00 


1,400 00 


116 


67 


1,400 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,100 


00 


641 


70 


1,100 


00 


1,100 


00 


825 


03 



Carried forward 888,275 87 



G 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 888,275 87 

Algonquin Provincial Park — Continued 

W. A. Mooney Ranger 

Geo. Holmberg " 

Ed. Godin « 

C. E. Brewer " 

Mark McNamara " 

Martin Newell " 

John Gervais " 

Andy Grant " 

Jas. Mclntyre " 

F. X. Robichaud " 

A.T.Koch « 

Norman Bowers " 

Dan. Stringer " 

John Stringer " 

John R. Boyle " 

Albert Patterson " 

John C. Hawman " 

John J. Turner " ' 

A. V. Briggs " 

A.G.Beckett " 

R.Edwards " 

Mrs. W. L. Lewis Housekeeper 1 

Mrs. P. J. Gervais " 

Travelling Expenses.— A. F. Benn, 6.60; E. Godin, 159.80; A. Grant, 9.15; J. C, 
Hawman, 10.95; W. L. Lewis, 57.79; J. W. Miller, 26.10; Z. A. Nadon, 10.01; 
M. J. Newell, 43.68; P. Ranger, 3.70; T. Ranger, 5.05; M. Robinson, 82.03; F. X. 
Robichaud, 9.96; J. Shields, 130.46; J. J. Turner, 44.20 

Miscellaneous.— H. Beatty, 17.00; Big Bear Lumber Co., 27.00; J. R. Booth, Ltd., 
12.50; M. Boyd, 15.40; H. A. Calligan, 36.90; Can. Telephone Supplies, Ltd., 
38.35; Can. Nat. Telegraphs, rent, 50.00; Canoe Lake Lumber Co., 39.96; 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 72.97; Findlay Bros. Co. Ltd., 18.70; J. A. Gunter, 300.00; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 240.25; King's Printer, 14.20; J. Lisk, 26.97; Lyman Bros. 
Co., 26.06; J. L. McRae, 62.50; Peterborough Canoe Co., 337.02; D. Pike Co., 
Ltd., 49.69; O. E. Post, 109.17; Scotia Junction Trading Co., 225.20; W. Walker 
& Son, Ltd., 155.63. Sundries: Express, 17.71; freight, 177.54; postage, 30.87; 
telegrams, 8.74; petty disbursements, 75.97 



12 months 


1,100 00 


12 " 


1,100 00 


12 « 


1,100 00 


12 " 


1,100 00 


12 " 


1,100 00 


12 « 


960 00 


12 " 


1,099 92 


12 " 


1,099 92 


12 " 


960 00 


12 " 


960 00 


7^ « 


617 86 


12 « 


960 00 


12 " 


960 00 


12 « 


960 00 


12 « 


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12 « 


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274 98 


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204 71 


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199 45 


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495 00 



Rondeau Provincial Park ($10,856.98) 

Geo. Goldworthy Superintendent 7^ months 

H. Gardiner Game Keeper 11 " 

J. A. White. Assistant. 11 " 

Mrs. Elsie Goldworthy Office Assistant 11 " 

A. Hitchcock Temporary Assistant 6 " 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 

Travelling Expenses. — G. Goldworthy 

Miscellaneous.— G. Barnwell, 289.30; J. Bennett, 18.20; J. Bentley, 39.65; Border 
Cities Wire & Iron Works, 35.00; H. Catton, 30.00; F. Coll, 40.69; J. Cowall, 
114.00; D. A. Coughall, 30.00; W. H. Goodhue, 1,108.79; L. Gosnell, 17.64; T. W. 
Graham, 60.93; T. G. Griffiths & Co., 182.93; G. Guild, 65.00; Howard Farmers' 
Co-operative Society, Ltd., 664.86; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 1,092.85; 
Knight Bros., 98.03; J. Neville, 12.00; Ridgetown Public Utilities Commission, 
11.45; N. Rose, 31.56; Springstein & Co., 35.17; C. Sterling, 61.84; J. Tofflemire, 
56.30; Town of Blenheim, 330.00; Watson & Taylor, 94.51; G. Wedge, 51.70; 
Willys-Overland Sales Co., 74.50. Sundries: Freight, .57; postage, 13.75; 
telephone, 50.10; petty disbursements, 84.39 

Ouetico Provincial Park ($17,706.15) 
. Superintendent 12 months 



599 48 



2,186 30 



765 


43 


880 00 


880 00 


776 64 


522 


00 


2,208 


60 


28 


60 



4,795 71 



John Jamieson 

W. Hurn Ranger. 

T. Dettbarn 

F. Atkins. 

J. Orme. , . . . , 

Thos. Quinn 



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35 


327 


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12 " 


960 00 


7M " 


586 37 


H " 


55 00 


11 " 


844 25 


12 " 


1,003 75 




16 50 


1 " 


93 50 


12 " 


1,003 75 


12 " 


1,003 75 


m " 


723 25 


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671 00 


6 " 


517 00 


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74 25 


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1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 13 

Brought forward 926,561 07 

Ouetico Provincial Park — Continued 

Fred Tilson Ranger 12 months 

Phillip Berneskey " 

John Strain " 

Fred Atkins " 

George Seeley " 

Thos. Brady " 

Gust. Johnson " 

Alfred Burgess " 

John Powell " 

Mike Powell " 

John Wells " 

Milburn Ritchie " 

Dan McLeod " 

Major Lawrence " 

Jno. Fraser " 

Robt. Wells " 

Jack McClosky " 

Borden Parker " 

Frank Reid " 

Mrs. V. Jamieson Housekeeper 

Travelling Expenses.— J. Dettbarn, 38.43; W. Hurn, 22.52; J. Jamieson, 406.99; 

T. Quinn, 30.25; G. Seeley, 27.60 525 79 

Miscellaneous.— Brunswick Sales, 200.00; Can. Watercraft, Ltd., 36.80; Gilmour & 
Noden, 388.50; V. Jamieson, 17.05; Laing Hardware Co., 176.48; J. A. Mathieu, 
Ltd., 31.67; Monarch Oil Co., 128.54; National Tent & Awning Co., 34.95; 
Peterborough Canoe Co., 20.12; D. Pike & Co., 51.15; Russell Bros., Ltd., 13.55; 
Shevlin-Clark Co., 47.42; Stratton Hardware Co., 360.57; Watson & Lloyd, 
55.20; Western Grocers, Ltd., 16.31. Sundries: Customs, 42.31; express, 23.18; 
freight, 4.66; postage, 27.70; telegrams, 9.18; telephone, .35; petty disburse- 
ments, 57.45 1.743 14 

Legal Fees ($4,600.00) 
Hearst & Hearst, fees re Abitibi lease 4,600 00 

Insurance ($5,208.03) 
Sundry insurance premiums 5,208 03 

Moving Expenses of Officials ($45.00) 
I. C. Marritt 45 00 

Display at Toronto Exhibition ($1,351.16) 

Basil Aird. 207.35; Mrs. Basil Aird, 129.90; Dept. of Public Highways, 64.00; T. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., 14.15; Electric Live Line Signs, Ltd., 30.00; Evans Scenery Co., 
58.20; P. J. Gervais, 59.70; E. Godin, 40.00; S. Hobbs, 48.85; J. H. Martin, 
82.50; McDonald & Willson, 10.00; W. McDowell, 75.75; J. W. Miller, 31.05; 
J. Shields, 111.40; C. M. Wattie, 90.49; Wickett & Craig, Ltd., 16.00. Sundries: 
Cartage, 29.78; express, 181.31; petty disbursements, 70.73 1,351 16 

Allowances to School Sections ($300.00) 

Treasurer, Township of Charlotteville, 150.00; Township of Clarke, 150.00 300 00 

Miscellaneous $766,714.55 

FORESTRY BRANCH 

Salaries ($37,766.64) 

E. J. Zavitz Provincial Forester 12 months 

C. R. Mills Assistant Forester 12 " 

F. S. Newman Superintendent Forest Station 12 " 

J. Houser Head Clerk 12 " 

H. D. Gillard Principal Clerk 12 " 

W. F. Trivett " " 2 " 

Carried forward 967,549 15 



5,000 


00 


3,800 


00 


2,700 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,400 


00 


383 


34 



A. H. O'Neill Principal Clerk 12 

S. D. Meeking Senior Clerk 12 

E. H. Telfer " " 12 

G. W. Harris " " 12 

E. H. Squire Clerk 12 

E. F. Quigley " 12 

M. C. Rowland Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

J. Bald " " " 12 

E. C. Armer « « " 12 

D.H.Hamlin « " " 10 

A. S. McKyes Clerk Stenographer 12 

J. Ferguson Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 



G 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 967,549 15 

Salaries — Continued 

N. L. Rogers Senior Clerk 12 months 2,000 00 

■ 2,000 00 

2,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,900 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,083 30 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 

Reforestation ($284,838.33) 

R. N. Johnston Forester 12 months 3,000 00 

P. McEwen " 12 " 2,850 00 

A. H. Richardson " 12 " 3,000 00 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 158,270 20 

Travelling Expenses.— G. Bayley, 1,423.89; accountable, 386.29; W. Brown, 
17.50; O. A. Clark, 195.35; P. Cotter, 10.65; J. Cowan, 35.40; R. J. Crossley, 
140.21; T. Q. Dench, 35.45; T. W. Dwight, 289.18; J. H. Faull, 88.50; J. H. 
Gibson. 59.45; A. C. Gillespie, 36.30; J. D. Hill, 11.10; F. T. Hollidge, 18.32; 
T. H. Honey, 142.84; G. R. Lane, 560.84; G. M. Linton. 146.66; accountable, 
668.63; L C. Marritt, 136.31; A. C. Marsh, 26.75; A. B. McLay, 148.48; F. 
Meigh, 4.20; C. Mitchell, 181.92; R. A. Muir, 4.60; F. S. Newman, 122.69; 
A. Parlett, 4.45; L. H. Reid, 180.73; A. H. Richardson, 491.47; accountable, 
3,261.58; J. F. L. Simmons, 42.10; R. L. Sutton, 124.90; E. J. Zavitz, 300.98.. . . 9,297 72 

Auto Repairs, Oil, Gas, etc.— Angus Garage, 671.99; G. Bavlev, 19.52; Bloom- 
field Garage, 78.34; W. L. Brennan, 24.66; Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., 92.26; 
Canadian Storage Battery Co., 19.60; C. & W. Motors, 309.32; Central Garage, 
21.90; Commercial Oil Co., 138.68; H. R. Cooper, 61.72; L. C. Cratt, 216.19; 
Cutten & Foster, 22.94; Dodge Mfg. Co., 18.50; Dominion Hotel, 14.00; Dominion 
Rubber Co., 90.63; Edwards Garage, 88.67; Elwell Garage, 34.83; R. J. Gamble, 
13.30; Gilson Mfg. Co., 198.00; Goold Shaplev Muir Co., Ltd., 33.45; Hepburn- 
Brown Motor Sales, 510.35; F. O. Heskett, 127.72; T. H. Honey, 26.00; L. L. 
Howey, 199.38; Hudson's Bay Co., 16.73; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 833.46; K. & S. 
Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 81.78; McBride's Garage, 19.08; Macdonald & 
Rolph, 97.73; McLaughlin Motor Car Co., 1,482.78; McLean's Garage, 285.00; 
J. H. Mouncey, 12.86; Noble Bros., 28.50; Pembroke Garage, 14.15; J. A. 
Procunier, 1,646.16; Runnymede Motors, 202.09; See & Duggan Motors, Ltd., 
845.00; Sherwin Bros., 39750; Sieberling Rubber Co., 45.98; W. T. Trebble, 
77.49; Tweed Garage, 31.18; Uxbridge Hardware Co., 26.81; Willvs-Overland 
Sales Co., 1,687.38; G. O. Wright, 142.68; petty disbursements, 43.39 10,691 68 

Fertilizer.— N. Butten, 49.50; J. Ferris, 31.50; S. Fletcher, 22.00; F. J. Hall, 54.89; 
A. Knapp, 31.50; Marchment Co., Ltd., 776.57; A. McKie, 81.00; Ontario 
Fertilizers, Ltd., 50.38; W. Priest, 195.75; C. Schram, 21.00; G. Snook. 18.00; 
C. Strowger, 13.50; J. A. Tennant, 997.14; A. Titmuss, 62.00; J. Torpey, 204.75 . 2,609 48 

Purchase of Seeds, etc. — L. Acheson, 143.75; C. F. Ackerman, 24.00; G. A. 
Adair, 65.25; R. Andrews. 30.00; W. Arnein. 1,778.74; E. Bagulev, 61.20; T. 
Balcomb, 166.50; J. T. Barnes, 396.63; G. Bavley, 5,511.13; Brown & Co., 
147.09; P. Chamber, 15.60; F. Chandra, 112.20; J. R. Chandra, 36.00; J. Connon 
Co., 31.09; D. Cope, 12.00; Dale Estate, Ltd., 1,846.80; C. Dankert, 1,783.70; 
J. Davis, 51.00; E. J. Dearlove, 264.75; S. Earls. 12.60; C. Fairchild, 80.70; 
Fay & Spera, 74.69; H. Gee, 37.20; B. Hammond, 294.00; J. Henrv & Son, 44.05; 
J. A. Hoover, 80.40; J. B. Horst, 25.00; W. H. Jewell. 901.55; C. Johnson, 13.80; 
F. E. Johnson, 303.79; D. Kelly, 22.00; G. R. Lane, 2,093.85; C. W. Lewis, 17.40; 
J. W. Marriott, 12.00; A. B. McClav, 1,257.89; P. McEwen, 38.89; S. McQuaid, 
25.00; C. Mitchell, 1,132.44; T. M. Moore. 18.60; R. A. Muir. 48.50; A. E. 
Papineau. 33.38; J. Rafa & Sons. 595.53; A. H. Richardson, 535.21; H. Roloson, 
12.90; Rowancroft Gardens, 40.05; E. Sandercock, 74.24; E. Sayers, 26.40; E. 
Sharp, 18.00; G. Sherman, 15.90; C. Starling, 15.31; W. Stringer. 10.88; sundry 
persons, seed collections, 3,409.00; A. Svkes, 34.80; L. Taylor, 15.90; E. Town- 
send, 17.10; J. F. TurnbuU, 638.87; R. J. Wallace, 402.50; R. E. Watson, 42.50; 
J. H. White, 107.10; J. Whiteford, 15.00; F. Wimmer, 21.90; H. Wise, 13.50; 
petty disbursements, 100.63 25,208 38 

Carried forward 1,202,959 91 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 15 

Brought forward 1,202,959 91 

Reforestation — Continued 

Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 130.87; American 
Tent & Awning Co., 354.09; W. Anderson, 108.75; Armstrong Cork & Insulation 
Co., 133.35; C. G. Armstrong, 188.78; W. Armstrong, 59.80; G. E. Baker, 66.60; ■ 
Ball Planing Mills, Ltd., 1,078.28; Barrie Planing Mill, 28.00; H. G. Blakely, 
29.85; Boeckh Co., Ltd., 21.60; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 49.88; J. L. Brick, 
61.30; J. R. Brownlee, 13.32; E. A. Button, 21.05; A. Byerlay, 15.00; Can. 
General Lumber Co., 744.80; Can. General Electric Co. Ltd., 980.93; Can. Laco 
Lamps, Ltd., 90.15; Can. Steel & Wire Co., 91.87; Carles Bros., 10.35; E. Carson, 
145.00; Carter Bros., 52.05; C. R. Carveth, 41.63; W. L. Christmas & Son, 20.00; 
H. Cooper, 46.50; Copeland Milling Co., 238.55; J. A. Coutts, 23.00; Cox & 
Andrews, 49.80; Crane, Ltd., 124.54; J. Cridland, 301.95; E. A. Cuff, 13.40; W. E. 
Davey, 28.00; L. Davidson, 14.40; W. R. Davidson, 169.30; W. H. Dayton, 
95.28; A. S. Dedrick, 81.72; A. Denny, 50.37; Diamond Grocers, 179.01; J. H. 
Dodson, I6.OO; Dominion Glass Co., Ltd., 63.00; Dominion Hotel, 32.00; 
Dominion Road Machine Co., 135.28; Dominion Rubber Co.Ltd., 13.83; J.Doran, 
110.00; J. H. Edmunds, Co., Ltd., 246.25; L. C. Eratt, 52.85; Eureka Planter Co., 
21.60; W. H. Eves, 31.21; Fay & Spera, 470.07; Fisher Flour Mills Co., 444.55; 
Eraser & McArthur, 47.53; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 499.08; R. J. Gamble, 
12.95; L. A. Gamsby, 56.30; H. George, 21.00; J. J. Gilfillan, 90.05; Goold, 
Shapley & Muir Co., 27.49; Grant, Holden & Graham, 136.20; B. Greening Wire 
Mfg. Co., 146.68; W. & J. G. Greey, 50.00; Gunns, Ltd., 22.50; Gurney Foundry 
Co., 22.05; A. N. Haddad, 46.10; C. E. Hadden, 145.29; W. J. Hall, 197.10; 
Halliday Co., Ltd., 45.60; E. Hammond, 53.20; T. E. Harley, 63.77; Harmon 
Dike & Sons, 35.33; W. H. Hatton & Sons, 1,037.88; J. Henry & Son, 357.05; 
R. N. Hickling, 12.00; D. Hill, 22.80; J. Hillock & Co., Ltd., 35.18; J. Holden, 
122.35; A. Hood, 69.24; M. Hoodward, 47.92; J. A. Hooker, 76.84; G. Hosie, 
84.00; W. Howey, 104.68; T. Howick, 24.75; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 
204.20; Hubbards Hardware, 628.47; F. Hyde, 12.00; Hydro-Electric Power Co., 
464.94; W. L. Innes, 91.75; W. H. Jewell, 2,884.45; F. E. Johnson & Co., 392.05 
J. H. Johnson, 71.79; W. H. Johnson & Sons, 87.03; J. G. Kerr, 22.50; Klein's 
Timber Co., 36.00; A. J. Lake, 25.00; W. S. Lapp, 37.33; J. B. T. Lee, 34.06; 
L. S. Lee, 64.25; H. S. Leedham, 396.54; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 24.53; W. A. 
Lowe & Sons, 27.93; R. Lytton, 51.00; MacDonald & Rolph, 440.09; W. D. 
MacDonald, 52.87; W. J. McBride, 25.00; McCall & Co., 5,467.01; J. H. 
McCane, 155.75; McClary Mfg. Co., 55.39; McClennan & Co., 1,107.53; H. 
McDonald, 150.00; McDonald & Ross, 118.96; R. McDougall Co., Ltd., 26.45; 
S. E. McGirr, 33.39; W. J. McGuire, 79.47; Masco Co., Ltd., 30.51; Massey- 
Harris, Co., Ltd., 148.40; D. Maw, 236.25; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 143.85; 
Metallic Roofing Co., 299.14; Midland Steam Laundry Co., Ltd., 22.20; A. 
Middlebrook, 44.01 ; A. Miller, 50.00; W. Milne, 45.00; A. Moffatt, 309.78; Moffatts, 
Ltd., 88.35; J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co. Ltd., 91.33; J. H. Mouncey, 21.29; 
W. J. Munroe, 29.25; Noble Bros., 105.22; W. J. Noden, 79.65; Northern Electric 
Co., Ltd., 45.51; J. Oakes, 63.17; Olton Hardware Co., 120.26; Ontario Wind 
Engine & Pump Co., Ltd., 413.63; W. Orchard, 16.00; A. Orr, 41.50; Page- 
Hersev Tubes, Ltd., 3,817.60; Pease Foundry Co. Ltd., 773.27; Pedlar People, Ltd., 
158.67; H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 90.00; D. Pike & Co., Ltd., 13.90; Port Rowan Brick 
& Tile Co., 162.00; H. T. Prelipp, 977.33; J. G. Ramsey & Co., 19.84; Ratcliffe 
& Ovey, 19.95; J. H. Readman, 79.80; W. F. Richardson, 18.34; R. Riddell, 25.75; 
R. F. Ronson, 55.00; Rubberoid Building Products, 78.35; H. Russell, 52.00; 
Ryerson Press, 28.32; Sargeant Co., Ltd., 221.35; Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., 
59.87; J. G. Scott, 32.49; E. T. Shearer, 18.50; E. T. Shortland, 23.00; J. A. 
Simmers, Ltd., 11.25; L. Simons, 45.00; A. Simpson, 102.95; Skinner Irrigation 
Co., 296.70; Smart-Turner Machinery Co., 864.00; E. Smith, 85.50; H. Smith, 
300.01; South River Trading Co., 107.85; H. S. Stark, 43.60; Steel Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 95.57; G. A. Stephens, 19.20; Stewart & Warner Products, 25.48; W. G. 
Storach, 17.50; Sturgeons, Ltd., 416.76; Taylor Instrument Co., 40.42; L. 
Thompson, 63.00; Thompson & Norris Co. of Canada, 690.11; C. J. Thornton, 
15.20; W. Titmuss, 22.50; G. Todd, 73. 15 ; W. T. Trebble, 63.01 ; W. Troyer, 105.26; 
United Typewriter Co. Ltd. , 130.82 ; A. E.Unger, 33.07 ; L.Unger, 327.60; Uxbridge 
Hardware Co., 1,429.49; Van Tuvl & Fairbank, 323.03; A. A. Walters, 58.75; 
Jack Watson Co., Ltd., 45.00; C. Wattie, 26.00; M. L. Watts, 230.00; West 
Peachy & Son, 214.60; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., 179.94; B. Willoughby, 
42.86; J. Wilson, 35.00; C. H. Winter, 399.00; Woods Manufacturing Co., 688.61; 
G. O. Wright, 118.75; W. H. Youngs, 78.05; petty disbursements, 209.91 41,814 53 



Carried forward 1,244,774 44 



G 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 1,244,774 44 

Reforestation — Continued 

Purchase of Property.— L. R. Brown, 400.00; S. Gibson, 5,600.00; J. A. Hoover, 

2,661.00; F. Reid, 1,500.00; J. VV. G. Whitney & Sons, 150.00 10,311 00 

Miscellaneous.— E. W. Adair, 306.25; II. Barriger, 95.87; A. C. Burt, 28.00; 
Can. Press Clipping Service, 37.20; H. J. Cave, 60.00; County of Norfolk, 
planting areas, 351.56; W. B.Dixon, 28.00; Eastman Kodak Co., Ltd., 30.23; 
Film & Slide Co., 724.40; Gavaert Co. of America, 29.40; Hamilton Bridge 
Works, 130.58; J. Hill, 60.00; Instruments, Ltd., 61.75; E. H. Jackson & Co., 
12.49; King's Printer, 4,638.29; Lee & Nash, 431.20; Lockart's Camera Ex- 
change, 81.80; A. MofTatt, 135.59; J. F. Raw Ltd., 48.31; F. Reid, 82.50; A. 
A. Rolph, 15.10; Roneo Co. of Canada, 264.95; H. Smith, 73.50; United Church 
Publishing House, 58.70; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 10.80; University of Toronto, 
55.58; R. R. Waddell Co.. 29.90; W. R. Winter, 99.00. Sundries: Cartage, 
333.24; Can. Customs, 95.35; express, 3,175.23; freight, 3,770.52; livery, 
267.85; postage, 96.46; telegraph, 38.37; telephone, 478.02; petty disburse- 
ments, 1,549.35 17,785 34 

Fire Ranging ($1,162,717.77) 

Pay Lists. — Algonquin Inspectorate, 44,365.34; Cochrane Inspectorate, 95,960.74; 
Georgian Bay Inspectorate, 41,665.50; Hudson Inspectorate, 40,358.75; Kenora 
Inspectorate, 14,647.25; North Bay Inspectorate, 54,278.56; Oba Inspectorate, 
51,496.42; Soo Inspectorate, 44,310.74; Sudbury Inspectorate, 107,802.95; 
Trent Inspectorate, 31,023.01; Western Inspectorate, 40,668.53; miscellaneous, 

22,202.47 Observers, 15,633.75; pilots and mechanics, 155,092.17; 

Bonuses, 10,881.37; miscellaneous, 5,658.40 776,045 95 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — L. Acheson, 367.93; G. Adair, 38.20; 

D. M. Ainsley, 302.75; J. Alt, 89.10; R. Alcock, 64.01; R. A. Allen, 511.90; B. 
Amm, 248.85; F. Anderson, 9.95; M. Ardenne, 165.68; Geo. Austin, 128.60; 
Wm. J. Barber, 122.10; T. Barrett, 240.04; E. Beaumont, 30.50; W. E. Beddome, 
47.50; W. Belisle, 122.50; D. M. Belton, 9.80; L. Berlinquette, 304.25; F. Bilmore, 
82.55; J. M. Bishop, 57.07; E. A. Boice, 113.08; A. C. Bouchev, 471.69; M. 
Bowes, 120.00; J. J. Bowland, 368.60; E. H. Bromley, 238.29; T. A. Bromley, 
392.25; A. Brown, 139.80; A. Brunet, 114.53; J. Buchanan, 55.00; G. C. Bucking- 
ham, 136.30; A. Burgess, 9.90; R. Burns, 236.75; Jas. H. Caldwell, 377.30; E. M. 
Cameron, 129.05; K. D. Campbell, 159.47; L. Charboneau, 142.63; J. Charron, 
133.40; H. Clark, 65.50; W. R. Clark, 55.05; A. Cleaveley, 211.55; A. B. Connell, 
819.52; L. Coutee, 49.00; W. Cook, 189.40; P. Cramm, 151.50; W. D. Cramm, 
1,016.58; H. A. Christenson, 22.45; H. W. Crosbie, 754.43; G. L. Croutch, 
281.20; W. T. Cubitt, 170.40; T. A. Cummins, 212.58; accountable, 57.82; Wm. 
Darby, 544.27; E. S. Davidson, 105.24; J. Davis, 35.25; G. L. Dodds, 13.05; T. 
Dolan, 21.00; J. Donia, 14.25; F. Dorman. 147.45; W. A. Draper, 178.15; A. T. 
Duggan, 159.45; D. Duke, 138.95; M. Dupuis, 52.80; A. J. Dusang, 12.00; W. L. 
Eckerslev, 22.00; H. Elkington, 470.41; J. Esserv, 25.90; S. B. Ewing, 111.00; 

F. L. Fleming, 129.01; C.E.Foote, 292.53; J. A.'Fraser, 135.35; H. R. Fuller, 
363.88; W. R. Gardner, 50.45; W. J. Gibson, 192.55; J. A. Gillespie, 1,111.04; 

E. J. Gilligan, 221.81; W. H. Graham, 118.10; H. Green, 517.91; W. B. Green- 
wood, 111.65; T. Guerard, 116.95; E. Guertin, 91.50; W. Hackey, 75.00; W. R. 
Haddor, 825.70; T. C. Halev, 172.55; Fred Hamilton, 812.62; H. D. Hammond, 
575.14; G. J. Hass, 432.57; Geo. Harris, 10.08; W. H. Hawkins, 86.25; J. Heare, 
149.10; J. B. Henry, 49.75; B. Hey, 599.65; C. Heinberger, 390.58; R. J. 
Henderson, 131.01; M. R Hern, 12.55; G. C. Hinds, 12.00; C. E. Hindson, 
830.82; P. HofTman, 14.00; Alf. Holinshead 142.70; M. R. Horn, 47.40; Geo. 
Hornick, 193.80; A. Hough, 8.60; T. Houston, 33.70; C. E. Hudson, 9.90; H. E. 
Hutchison, 81.45; R. N. Johnson, 317.29; accountable, 5.50; S.M.Jones, 140.32; 
A. G. Kellick, 46.95; D.J.Kennedy, 641.07; N. M. Kenset, 443.11 ; D. A. Lacelle, 
120.25 ; J.Lalonde, 54.95; P. F.Lamarche, 392.17; G. R. Lane, 7.02; W. Lane, 71.69; 

G. W. Laveson, 8.00; R. Languerand, 14.00; L. Lavigne, 31.95; G. W. Lawson, 
34.10; H. M. Legris, 322.69; J. P. Legris. 489.79; L. H. Leroy, 81.35; L. Leslie, 6.35; 
T. Liddicot, 84.85; J. A. Livingston, 312.64; H. Logan, 63.05; B. Love, 102.35; 
L. Luke, 10.50; S. C. MacDonald, 189.75; F. A. MacDougall, 2,041.18; T. E. 
MacKay, 266.60; W. J. Mason, 6.55; W. McArthur, 90.50; T. McCashen, 50.20; 
H. L. McCausland, 28.20; T. McCormick, 248.56; C. A. McDonald, 667.02; 
J. H. McDonald, 619.66; C. McDougall, 66.10; Peter McEwen, 1,184.86; C. 
McGhie, 43.40; C. McGowan, 46.00; C. Mclnnis, 297.37; A. J. Mclsaac, 83.60; 
G. D. McKev, 153.05; T. E. McKey, 96.37; C. McKinnon, 281.60; W. J. Mc- 
Leish, 33.50; J. McLeod, 62.50; H. K. McMullen, 84.75; L. McMullen, 19.50; 
John McNamara, 167.68; M. E. McNulty, 201.71; E. D. Meeking, 179.57; H. 

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Merrill, 20.45; F. Miles, 217.36; C. R. Mills, 215.21; A. C. Mitchell, 82.70; 
L. W. Mitchell, 122.05; H. Moore, 31.75; H. Morel. 32.25; E. Morin, 69.05; 
J. W. Murdock, 78.50; H. Nicholas, 284.35; E. N. O'Gradv, 153.50; J. O'Shea, 
193.05; S. Pappin, 27.75; F. R. Parmenter, 71.00; M. Patterson, 66.90; R. 
Perrigo, 107.30; A. Pickard, 12.80; W. D. Pigott, 591.78; E. E. Potter, 78.30; 
V. H. Prewer, 501.97; W. H. Ptolemv, 48.20; Max Rabbitts, 934.25; C. F. Read, 
52.50; G. D. Reesor, 186.00; L. O. Revell, 439.45; G. Ritchie, 84.35; M. Road- 
house, 175.00; H. Robinson, 149.00; W. J. Robinson, 582.00; J. F. Roy, 93.40; 
S. V. Rvan, 60.10; W. Sangster, 71.15; W. H. Saunders, 89.15; R. Simpson, 
355.09; R. J. Smith, 59.68; D. Solandt, 104.30; S. D. Spence, 837.49; K. A. 
Stewart, 2,442.88; E. N. Stinson, 51.40; J. H. Stirrett. 280.10; W. Stringer, 189.47; 
P. Sullivan, 431.55; J. W. Sutherland, 37.50; A. Tait, 108.45; A. G. Taylor, 
1,293.21; J. Telfer, 17.35; D. J. Thaus, 8.00; J. F. Turnbull, 1,212.87; A. G. 
Vellick, 17.70; C. W. Yokes, 87.65; T. F. Waller, 64.00; D. Ward, 52.50; J. Ward, 
30.60; C. Ward, 353.69; F. Watson, 116.95; R. E. Watson, 341.09; G. Weir, 
64.70; F. Weldon, 99.75; J. E. Whitton, 145.41; B. L. Whvtall, 191.55; B. 
Wilson, 718.89; R. R. Wilson, 296.62; G. Wombvvell. 236.32; J. S. Wright, 115.00; 

A. Wvlie, 108.50; H. Zufelt, 36.90 E. W. Ahr, 171.00; Geo. Allen, 

26.25;'J. S. Allelv, 366.74; D. S. Atkinson, 45.00; H. Bain. 272.00; M. H. Baker, 
298.95; J. A. Bartlett, 207.30; H. Belrose, 178.35; E. Billington, 345.70; M. 
Blicguv, 50.25; D. Bond, 79.15; N. Borton, 27.00; W. L. Brintnell, 56.55; W. J. 
Buchanan, 222.65; E. C. Burton, 333.64; C. S. Caldwell, 272.53; W. J. Campion, 
58.10; H. Canning, 278.15; G. Gates, 238.50; T. Chambers, 18.00; S. A. Cheese- 
man, 57.00; W. Christensen, 221.35; J. M. Clarke, 211.00; C. J. Clayton, 691.60; 
H. Clermont, 165.00; C. M. Clucas, 46.05; W. H. Coates, 344.95; E. J. Cooper, 
475.25; C. C. Crosslev, 268.15; A. M. Dilamere, 281.40; J. C. Dillon, 208.95; 
G. A. Doan, 222.80; M. P. Duke, 261.85; W. Edwards, 206.45; L. R. Failes, 
488.57; C. F. Farrwell, 360.65; R. Faubert, 22.50; L. Franklin, 42.95; R. H. 
Eraser, 37.20; F. T. Garnham, 312.00; H. J. Gibbs, 279.85; Geo. Gill, 286.35; 
A. F. Grant, 22.10; A. Crasser, 260.30; C. V. Greer, 346.65; A. R. Grundy, 
294.38; R. C. Guest, 342.66; C. H. Gundrv, 276.51; E. C. Hart, 371.90; A. I.. 
Har^^ev, 267.55; G. R. Hicks, 196.25; W. J. Hill, 245.30; E. Hodgson, 203.50; 
G. B. Homes, 140.60; W. I. Hughes, 312.70; F. W. Hughson, 49.65; J. Hyde, 
96.35; R. Hvnd, 22.86; R. N. Johnston, 170.82; J. H. Judd, 283.80; J. Karchuk, 
138.00; W. H. Kearns, 426.88; G. A. King, 132.65; J. O. Leach, 1,454.17; A. 
Lecanter, 96.40; N. Livernois, 211.50; W. H. Lyons, 424.24; S. Macauley, 
236.65; W.R.Maxwell, 2,328.61; J. Y. Metcalfe, 115.43; J. Miller, 59.80; J. 
Narchuck, 45.75; M. D. Neland, 88.50; R. E. Nichol, 255.50; J. C. Noble, 21.40; 
J. T. O'Gorman, 242.85; G. H. R. Phillips, 517.95; A. Pichie, 144.20; T. T. Pineo, 
254.85; F. Poolev, 162.20; F. Povnton, 129.50; W. H. Ptolemv, 237.90; R. G. 
Reid, 679.66; T. M. Reid, 255.60; J. R. Ross, 168.32; J. C. Ruse, 49.85; E. Samson, 
101.00;C. A. Schiller, 310.53; J. Sherborne, 384.35; T. W. Siers, 357.29; H.C.W. 
Smith, 330.31 ; W. St. Aubin, 152.50; W. L. Stein, 46.00; F. J. Stevenson, 34.70; V. 
Stillwell, 149.00; E. W. StoU, 541.30; I. H. Suter, 263.45; G. Swartman, 1,046.41; 
accountable, 298.78; C. Thompson, 49.50; G. A. Thompson, 1,141.78; T. B. 
Tullv, 1,106.11; J. H. Tvrrell, 251.50; A. C. Upham, 303.19; R. Yachon, 584.92; 
C. W. Yokes, 304.57; R. E. Watson, 111.69; G. R. Watt, 21.50; E. S. Wilson, 
58.75; Thos. Woodside, 224.90; R. M. Wynd, 15.35 78,989 87 

Camp Supplies.— Acme Laundrv, 36.20; K. G. Adam, 35.82; Adams Furniture Co., 
Ltd., 257.60; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 192.28; Jas. Ainslev, 23.49; E. Y. Allen, 
75.26; J. W. Atkinson, 22.20; Austin Nicholson, Ltd., 99.69; Bancroft Light & 
Power Co., 28.16; Bannon Bros., 18.20; Barnes & Oliver, 40.38; J. H. Beamish, 
329.65; Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., 404.87; W. Beattv Estate, 172.64; P. Beauchamp 
& Fils, 17.04; Beilhartz Bros., 79.65; Benjamin Electric Co. 24.47; J. Bois, 17.19; 
M. Boivin, 115.52; F. Y. W. Braithwaite, 414.10; M. S. Briard, 12.69; D. Brown, 
172.03; Geo. Bucciarelli, 28.14; C. H. Burke, 176.34; D. Cameron Co., 117.15; 
K. D. Campbell, 21.75; M. C. Campbell & Co., 368.02; Canada Wire & Cable 
Co., Ltd., 15 61; Canada Splint Lumber Corpn., 1,750.00; Caniff & Williams, 
259.72; A. D. Cardwell, Corpn., 63.70; H. Carlborn, 195.50; Central Meat 
Market, 11.85; Chapleau Meat Market, 15.05; Child's Hardware Store, 28.13; 
H. B. Christelaw, 152.73; Clav Products Agencv, Ltd., 18.24; Cockburn & Archer, 
643.66; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Ltd., 12,321.61; Cochrane Woodwork 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 30.56; P. R. Collins, 18.92; D. Connelly, 18.60; 
Connellv & Mewett, 16.20; Continental Wood Products Co., 896.40; Mrs. R. J. 
Cox, 46.50; Mrs. F. A. Cummins, 90.50; A. Daust, 127.92; Day Lumber Co., 
317.46; Desjardines, Langis & Wolfe, Ltd., 35.65; T. N. Desmaris, 120.28; 



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Diamond Grocers, 328.70; Diamond State Panel Co., 19.05; R. E. Digby, 20.58; 
T. J. Downey & Sons, 134.25; Dunn Hardware Co., 646.22; John East Co., Ltd., 
50.10; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 17.70; Edwards' Lumber & Pulp Co., 239.60; Electric 
Specialty Co., 285.60; Elliott Bros., 47.20; Elsas Trading Co., 134.48; Espanola 
Trading Co., 184.56; C. Ethier, 126.43; Eyans Co., Ltd., 321.42; G. E. Farlinger, 
2,647.79; C. F. Fawcett, 64.68; Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 18.00; A. N. Fenn, 
327.78; Ferranti Electric Co., Ltd., 98.08; Findlev Bros. Co., 97.20; Flockhart 
Bros., 11.11; Fowler Hardware Co., 121.98; G. M. French, 17.38; L. French, 
24.30; W. R. Garden, 18.00; E. A. Gagette, 24.50; Gem Electric Shop, 35.00; 
J. S. Gemmell, 239.61; Gilmore & Noden, 12.75; D. Girioux, 256.00; A. B. 
Gordon & Co., Ltd., 127.00; C. Gough, 50.50; Grant, Holden, Graham, Ltd., 
3,334.87; Great Northern Gas Co., 30.00; Greenwood Hardware, 11.75; A. N. 
Haddad, 77.75; Haward Lumber & Tile Co., 83.68; Ira A. Hawkins, 19.01; J. W. 
Heald, 28.80; Hearst Lumber Co., 339.15; J. Henry & Son, 85.33; Hesson 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 391.54; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 725.00; Hinsperger Harness 
Co., Ltd., 185.76; Hope Lumber Co., Ltd., 324.74; Houston Co., Ltd., 50.02; 
Hudson's Bay Co., 800.68; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., 410.06; Hubbell Bros., 
57.81; D. S. Humphrey, 525.82; A. J. Jackson, 43.88; Johnson & Co., 110.49; 
Kapuskasing Supply Co., 117.55; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 61.88; E. H. 
Kelcey, 36.81; Kena Stores, 36.88; J. A. Kert, 37.72; Keyes Hardware, Ltd., 
1,642.42; Kirkland Lake Lumber Co., 531.96; M. Kreasall, 25.73; Laberge 
Lumber Co., 16.40; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 873.20; H. M. Lake & Sons, 
56.60; John Leckie, Ltd., 726.99; C. F. Leggatt, 16.20; Liyingston & Nilson, 
22.55; Lowery, Ltd., 15.70; Lumber & Ties, Ltd., 64.00; H. T. Llovd, 362.48; 
Lyon Fuel & Supply Co., Ltd., 41.00; Mrs. A. MacDonald, 43.55; A. A. J. 
MacDonald, 226.70; J. M. MacPherson, 69.45; Marks-Clayet-Dobie, Ltd., 
228.29; Marshall, Ecclestone, Ltd., 92.05; J. L. Mathews, 183.43; McAllenden 
& McCormick, 112.14; McCiary Mfg. Co., 20.35; M. E. McDougall, 137.78; 
H. E. McGill, 930.07; M. F. McKay, 69.85; J. H. McLennan Lumber Co., 77.00; 
L. McLoskey, 323.21; W. A. Martin & Son, 488.00; Mickle, Dyment & Son, 
17.24; M. M. Milks, 11.76; Milton-Francis Lumber Co., Ltd., 508.03; T. Miron, 
177.10; D. F. Moboly & Co., 37.50; Moore Bros., 28.34; N. A. Moore, 13.50; 
Morrow & Beatty, Ltd., 17.05; C. W. Mullett, 29.71; H. L. Mundell, 45.15; 
Murphy Bros., 22.50; Myles & Sons, 41.52; National Grocers, Ltd., 17.85; J. 
Nickolson, 68.75; Nipigon Products, Ltd., 39.52; Nipissing Central R. R., 112.00; . 
Nipissing Laundry Co., 34.35; Northern Canada Supply Co., 228.32; Northern 
Coal & Wood Co'., 110.00; C. R. Parker, 1,685.67; E. Pellow, 10.35; Pembroke 
Laundry, Cleaning & Dveing Co. 74.91; Pembroke Elec Light Co., 16.00; A. L. 
Perkins &Co., 16.15; P' Perlin, 971.54; J. A. Perry, 136.47; Porcupine Power & 
Telephone Co., 18.35; Port Arthur Coal & Wood Co., 34.50; Porter & Co., 226.74; 
Powassan Planing Mills, 19.57; Pratt & Shanacy, 491.69; J. A. Proudfoot, 12.30; 
Purity Ice. Ltd., 544.52; A. C. Quade, 5.00; B. H. Rands, 3,059.35; C. Reckin & 
Sons, 94.38; Regent Pharmacy Co., 19.20; Wm. Richardson Co., 64.80; F. L. 
Robertson, 155.60; L. Robertson, 62.19; M. Rogers, 130.35; M. Roineo, 23.86; 
R. Rowlandson, 77.03; N. Roy, 12.35; Sadowski & Co., 824.54; Sancartier Bros., 
43.87; C. W. Schutt, 47.25; 'D. W. Scott, Trustee, 252.36; A. V. J. Selkirk, 
160.78; C. Shamass, 11.60; J. F. Shaw, 15.24; H. A. Shearer, 189.14; Shelvin- 
Clark Co., Ltd., 560.92; P. Sherwin, 40.80; T. E. Simpson, Ltd., 187.00; Shank- 
man Bros., 24.33; Smith-Chapple, Ltd., 15.97; G. W. Smith, 10.50; J. B. Smith 
& Sons, 650.36; Soo Lumber Mill Co., Ltd., 64.56; Spanish Riyer Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 64.71; Spanish River Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 120.00; Standard Planing 
Mills & Lumber Co., 44.47; Standard Store, 71.49; R. Stanley, 28.00; Mrs. J. H. 
Stirrett, 20.00; P. Stringer, 60.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., 608.97; Sudbury Steam 
Laundry, 56.70; Superior Mfg. Co., Ltd., 51.76; Tapps & Hobbs, 138.84; Mrs. P. 
Tauffett, 27.50; A. E. Taylor, 187.00; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 259.90; F. 
Thornton, 3,654.22; C. Thorp, 33.15; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 260.87; 
F. Tiplady, 74.33; Toronto Radio Co., Ltd., 23.15; Turnbull Kiely Co., Ltd., 
84.00; J. j. Turner & Sons, Ltd., 18.70; Twin Allen Lumber & Pulp Co., Ltd., 
101.54; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 130.82; Union Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 
19.60; Vaillencourt & Daoust, 74.72; ]. Z. Vinet, 149.72; J. J. Vogan, 19.60; J. W. 
Waddell, 129.99; Wahnapitae Power Co., 100.00; Watson Jack & Co., Ltd., 
852.09; Watson & Lloyd, 98.55; C. Weaver, 51.00; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 
437.69; Wells & Emmerson, 13.45; S. A. Wheeler, 85.30; W. Whistle, 
21.85; C. W. Whorlev, 108.40; Williams Hardware Co., Ltd., 248.03; C. E. 
Wilson, 10.05; H. A. Wilson Co., Ltd., 19.77; Wilson & Lloyd, 161.80; A. Witiuk, 
150.00; Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd., 675.72; Wright & McLaren, 617.85; Wyatt & Son, 
21.00; petty disbursements, 255.10 65,630 63 

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Auto Trucks, Speeders, Aeroplanes, etc. — Austin & Nicholson, 18. 90; Auto Starter 
Co., Ltd., 20.60; E. L. Banner, 24.38; Bav Citv Machine Works, 103.75; J. H. 
Beamish, 827.49; Bennett & Elliott, Ltd., 25.33; A. A. Bink & Co., 174.16; Blind 
River Garage, 364.56; Boland & Watson, 308.63; F. G. W. Braithwaite, 54.25; 
R. E. Briscoe, 27.83; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 201.65; D. Brown, 118.92; 
G. Bucciarelli. 116.91; Burgess Battery Co., 35.21; Burton's Taxi Service, 148.82; 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 6,620.82; Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., 
4,003.20; Central Garage, 37.51; Child's Hardware. 10.60; E. W. Clavton, 78.05; 
Cochrane Machine Works, 24.00; D. Connellv, 584.53; Connelly & Mewett, 12.00; 
H. Corbett, 35.00; Crosswell Bros., 194.13; Darling's Garage, 35.90; Desjardin- 
Largis-Wolfe, Ltd., 31.94; Dingwall Motors, 47.97; Dixon's Garage, 44.00; 
Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 163.64; Doyle's Garage, 2,198.69; Dryden Motor 
Co., 41.50; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 1,761.53; Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., 
54.70; Elk Lake Garage & Machine Works, 44.05; Espanola Trading Co., 17.42; 
Exide Batteries, 293.50; C. F. Fawcett, 40.50; Fort Frances Oil Co., 156.89; 
Fowler Hardware Co., 119.95; D. M. Eraser, Ltd., 127.55; Garage Supply Co., 
74.04; Get Gas, Ltd., 334.19; Gluckstein & Co., 20.88; Grain Port Motors, Ltd., 
626.77; Graves Bigwood Co., Ltd., 155.00; Henn.^ Motor Co., 27.50; J. V. Hews, 
26.61; H. Hoffman, 18.56; L. Hoist, 21.90; J. A. Howard Motor Sales, 572.80; 
Hudson's Bav Co., 1,312.71 ; D. S. Humphrev, 14.85; R. W. Hunt Co., Ltd., 15.00; 
Imperial Oil Ltd., 26,918.20; Kelly & Graham, 18.15; Kermath Mfg. Co., 
123.01; Tas. Kitts, 15.00; A. Legris, 15.05; Lvnch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., 176.52; 
J. W. Magnus Co., 1.834.08; Mathews' Garage, 18.00; Metallic Roofing Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 336.16; Miles & Son, 41.52; Moffatt & Co., 31.25; Monarch Oil Co., 
Ltd., 542.12; C. W. IVIullett, 18.87; McColl Bros.. Ltd., 74.51; H. E. McGill, 
156.82; M. F. McKav, 79.62; McLeod's Garage. 1,309.11; R. McLoskev, 219.85: 
J. McVev, 26.93; National Auto Sales, 1,592.01; Newavgo Co., Ltd., 52.50; 
Nicholson's Tire Surgery, 19.15; G. Ostler, 50.06; Palargro Alotor Sales, 39.14; R. 
P. Patterson, 12.55; Pembroke Garage. 83.24; A. L. Perkins & Co., 82.95; L. Q. 
Phillips, 561.25; Porcupine Garage, 753.35; Powassan Garage, 76.55; S. Preston, 
257.21; Prest-0-Light of Canada, Ltd., 27.73; Quinn Motor Sales, 669.97; F. 
Rashotte, 1,465.00; E. J. Richardson, 57.50; Russell Bros., 32.05; Scene-in-Action 
Co., 12.54; Scott's Livery, 95.14; Scott's Motor Sales, 636.55; Seiberling Rubber 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 196.65; A. Y. J. Selkirk, 55.45; Shewchuk & Co., 22.43; E. G. 
Shortland, 29.73; Soo Filling Station, 681.48; Speers Bros. 463.36; M. J. Starkie, 
68.35; A. Stevens, 75.00; J.A.Stone Boat Mfg. Co., 397.29; Sudbury Battery 
Service, 66.75; Sudbury Construction & Machine Co., 73.54; Geo. Taylor 
Hardware, Ltd., 18.75 ; Tickner's Garage, 1.091.06; Timmins' Garage,28.95; Tweed 
Garage & Machine Shop, 356.64; Universal Motors, 28.14; X'imv Supply Co., Ltd., 
44.69; Watson Jack & Co., Ltd., 10,004.32; Webb&Vader, 17.03; Wells Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 12.20; E. A. White, 197.78; Williams' Hardware, 46.86; A. R. Wood, 

174.60; petty disbursements, 181.99 Parts, gasoline, etc.: Aluminum Co. 

of Canada, 13.60; Auto Starter Co., Ltd.. 40.00; Bennett & Elliott, Ltd., 472.03; 
F. Bowser Co., Ltd., 23.18; Canada Customs, 5, 518. 78; Canadian hairbanks-Morse 
Co., Ltd., 15.27; Cie International Aeronautique, 2,640.00; Dayton Engineering 
Laboratory Co., 164.88; Dept. of National Defence, Ottawa, 119.55; De Haviland 
Aircraft Co., Ltd. ,27, 570.98; Delco Remy Corporation, 60.00; Dominion Wire Rope 
Co., 16.42: Ericson Aircraft, Ltd., 13,606.17; Jas. Galloway, 14,250.00; Great 
Northern Gas Co., 88.82; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 31,549.37; Jno. Leckie, Ltd., 73.21; 
J. W. Magnus Co., 168.43; National Steel Products Co., 27.00; Nicholas Beagley, 
Aeroplane Co., 54.00; Prest-0-Light Co. of Canada, 30.55; E. Pullan, 91.26; 
B. H. Rands, 193.55; Russell Bros., Ltd., 339.80; Scythes & Co., 100.24; J. W. 
Stone Boat Mfg. Co., 12.30; Thor-Darson Electric Mfg. Co., 26.46; Wood, 
Alexander & James, Ltd., 75.93; Zenith Detroit Corporation, 79.53; petty 
disbursements, 15.68 172,873 01 

Fire Fighting Equipment. — F. G. W. Braithwaite, 21.85; D. Cameron Co., Ltd., 
23.20; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., 822.38; Canadian Fire Hose Co., 18.00; 
Canadian Inspection Testing Co., Ltd., 63.43; Canniff & Williams, 188.22; F.A. 
Cummings, 1,000.00; Disappearing Propellor Boat Co., 36.55; Dominion Rubber 
Co., Ontario, 27.17; Dunn Hardware Co., 287.33; Elliott Bros., 12.00; Evinrude 
Motor Co., 20.99; Fowler Hardware Co., 109.50; Gidlev Motor Co., Ltd., 3,261.00; 
Goold, Shapley & Muir Co., 6,432.50; Grant, Holden, Graham, Ltd., 693.00; 
Hamilton Gear & Machine Co., 14.25; Hinsberger Harness Co., 212.10; Hudson 
Bay Co., 1,148.71; Instruments, Ltd., 421.85; Kapuskasing Supply Co., 42.25; 
John Leckie, Ltd., 416.36; J. W. Magnus Co., 731.42; J. F. McColman, 75.00; 
McFarlane & Taylor, 16.00; H. E. McGill, 761.20; Peerless Marine Motor Co., 



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Fire Fighting Equipment — Continued 

50.19; Peterborough Canoe Co., 4,083.44; H. Ross. Ltd., 48.00; Russell Bros., 
Ltd., 41.00; D. B. Smith & Co., 12.00; R. Stanley, 22.00; J.W.Stone Boat Mfg. 
Co., 662.19; Sudbur^^ Boat & Canoe Co., Ltd., 1,881.83; Watson Jack & Co., 

11,098.55; Woods Mfg. Co., 610.71; petty disbursements, 33.30 Algoma 

Steel Corporation, 29.60; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 27.94; Canadian 
Vickers, Ltd., 164.25; W. C. Cochrane, 24.08; Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
1,069.11; Cochrane Woodwork Mfg., Ltd., 528.56; Day Lumber Co., 166.72; 
Davton Engineering Laboratory Co., 12.87; Delco Remy Corporation, 43.79; G. 
E. Farlinger, 59.28; Geo. H. Fonning, 270.00; Flockhart Bros., 81.00; Greenwood 
Electric, 56.99; Hamilton Aero Mfg. Co., 258.00; H. A. Harrison Tool Co., 183.75; 
Hesson Lumber Co.. 571.62; Hill, Clark, Francis, Ltd.. 257.99; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, 350.00; International Varnish Co., Ltd., 260.51; Irwin Bros., 
23.75; Keves Hardware, Ltd.. 360.59; Keystone Products, Ltd., 36.14; Laidlaw 
Lumber Co., 971.15; J. Leckie, Ltd.. 116.03; Lvnch Auto Sales Co.. 20.00; 
A. A. J. MacDonald, 311.27; N. MacDonald. 40.30; J. W. Magnus, 16.40; R. 
Mcintosh, 79.40- National Varnish Co.. 5,358.82; Northern Foundry & 
Machinery Co., 40.98; O. Oslen. 15.00; H. J. Paul, 70.80; P. Perlin, 53.68; 
Plummer-Ferguson Hardware Co., 230.01 ; Pratt & Shanacy. 37.56; Pvrene 
Mfg. Co. of Canada. 97.47; ReifT & Nestor Co., 11.10; Smith & Chappie. 36.12; 
Thunder Bay Lumber Co., 101.51; C. C. Wakefield Co., Ltd., 526.39; A. R. 
Williams Machinery Co., 82.41; petty disbursements, 64.74 48,517 15 

Miscellaneous. — Acme Ruler & Advertising Co., 1,193.64; Aikenhead Hardware, 
Ltd., 54.64; B. Aikens, 23.00; Algoma Central & H. B. Railway Co., 538.60; 
Algoma Hotel, 25.00; F. Anderson, 90.00; Ardock Rural Telephone Co., 24.00; Art 
Metropole, 30.41; Baldwin International Radio of Canada, 35.68; Bancroft 
Garage. 322.30; M. Basterache, 43.50; K. N. Baterenskv. 47.02; E. L. Bedford, 
14.00; W. Belisle, 181.95; J. Belrose, 20.81; ]. O. Bernier. 50.58; A. Boisyenue, 
33.00; M. Bouchard, 30.00; A. C. Bouchey. 30.00; J. Bourquet, 25.00; J. Bouvin, 
197.75; W^ Brooks, 15.00; Brougham & Grattan Telephone Co.. 52.65; D. Brown, 
16.69; G. Brown, 38.25; Bruce Mines Spectator, 11.20; S. Bucklorough, 213.50; 
R. Burton. 199.50; Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., 79.51; Canadian 
Fairbanks-Morse Co.. 563.30; Canadian Forest & Outdoors, 45.00; Canadian 
Nat. Railway, 398.63; Canadian Nat. Telegraph, 559.66; Canadian Pacific 
Railway. 150.00; Carlow Municipal Telephone System, 15.00; Mrs. Carmichael, 
20.00; D. L. Carson, 15.00; Carswell Co. Ltd., 265.35; P. R. Carter, 
252.00; J. A. Cassidy, 11.75; Chapleau Auto Co., 35.00; Cie International 
Aeronautique, 22.50; City Typewriter Exchange, 41.45; Thos. Clark. 222.25; 
Mina B. and Adelia B. Clarke. 75.00; Clifif Printing Co., 130.00; J. T. Coltham, 
57.05; D. Connelly, 27.89; Continental Wood Products Ltd., 37.56; F. Cook, 
197.75; B. Consineau, 60.00; J. Cowan, 161.00; Craig Bros., 120.50; Jas. Crick, 
201.25; J. B. Dalglish, 203.25; Delongchamp Cartage Co., 12.75; Dennis Can. 
Co., 60.00; Department of Northern Development, 11.52; Department of 
Public Printing and Stationery, Ottawa. 12.00; Devine & Legree, 19.71; W. A. 
Dickson, 60.00; Dominion Pulpwood Co., 80.00; D. Doust, 20.30; Dubilier 
Condenser Corporation, 48.15; C. Dumontelle, 38.00; Duncan Bros., 15.00; 
Dunlop Co., 481.81; Dunsenth & McClary, 34.95; H. Elkington. 21.00; J. Emery, 
100.00; Empire Cafe, 360.00; Espanola Transit Co.. 20.50; Findlav Bros. Co., 
94.50; Fisher Drav Line, 125.00; M. Fobert, 165.00; Fort Frances Public Utilities, 
11.30; F. Eraser, 15.00; D. M. Eraser, Ltd., 60.57; H. R. Fuller, 12.00; P. Gagnon, 
189.00; T- Gamble, 20.00; L. Gauthier, 11.00; G. Geddes, 180.00; J. D. Gemmell, 
33.55; Gidley Boat Co., 1,044.50; H. Grainger, 30.00; Grand & Tov, 11.55; 
Graves Bigwood Co., 110.00; Greenleaf Co.. 10.75; Greenwood Electric, 120.20; 
S. Gregg, 25.00; Hagarty Municipal Telephone System. 80.00; W. L. Haight, 
20.00; The Haileyburian, 17.36; R. J. Hall. 10.25; A. Hammond, 108.50; J. 
Harju, 15.00; J. F. Hartz, 138.65; Hearst Lumber Co., 240.00; J. Henderson, 
27.00; L. Henderson, 199.50; J. T. Henry, 62.00; T. W. Herring, 42.00; J. V. 
Hews, 510.59; J. W. Higgins, 20.00; D. S. Humphrey. 16.55; J. P. Hunt. 11.00; 
W. A. Hunter, 25.00; International Nickel Co., 44.00; Instruments, Ltd., 242.36; 
Ireland Cartage & Storage Co., 71.50; W. R. Jackson, 35.74; G. Jacobs, Jr., 
197.75; J. Jamieson, 30.00; Town of Kapuskasing, 21.00; Kelly & Graham, 
54.39; Kerr & Co., 264.00; Kenfel & Essex, 77.25; King's Printer, 6.034.58; 
M.Kolari, 40.00; LafranceTire Service, 35.32; A Lalonde, 50.00; Lang & Ross, 
30.30; Langleys, Ltd., 40.00; T- M. Lauzon, 201.25; J. Leckie, Ltd., 21.52; L. K. 
Leggett Co., Ltd., 15.84; H. M. Legris, 120.00; F. Lemieux, 38.00; J. F. Leonard, 
60.25; Rice Lewis & Son, 23.50; A. Lobbe. 22.67; A. C. Logan, 35.20; Lovery's, 
Ltd., 12.15; A. J. MacDonald, 2,110.86; R. MacDonald, 36.00; A. Maitland, 14.00; 

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Fire Ranging — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Mrs. C. Marten, 750.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 54.33; W. McCormack, 130.00; Mrs. W. 
McDougall, 35.00; \V. R. McDowell, 201.25; P. McEwen, 100.75; J. J. McFadden, 
Ltd., 409.03; Mr. McGuintv, 475.00; McLeod's Garage, 500.00; John McVev, 
23.24; J. A. Menard, 54.00; \V. Millar & Sons, 14.00; Moore Bros., 20.00; J. B. 
Movneur, 90.06; A. Mulvihill, 55.00; Murphy Bros., 67.18; J. Myres, 25.00; 
National Varnish Co., 2,261.23; New Liskeard Brick Works, 13.10; New Liskeard 
Speaker, 10.92; M. Nolari, 30.00; North Bav Advocate, 24.50; Northern Electric 
Co., 11,277.05; The Nugget, 89.70; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 33.25; Ontario 
Hughes-Owens Co., 24.10; G. Ostler, 66.85; V. S. Patriarche, 50.00; \V. R. Pegg, 
197.75; Pembroke Shook Mills, Ltd., 22.00; People's Telephone & Telegraph Co., 
53.55; J. R.Perry, 24.00; A. Petras, 32.00; T. Pink Co., Ltd., 12.71 ; R. Pinkerton, 
69.14; R. Placken. 17.50; P. Plotz, 102.48; E. E. Potter, 201.25; Port Arthur, 
12.50; Powassan Liverv, 33.00; L. Prite, 88.00; \'. H. Prewer, 60.00; \V. Prouix, 
20.00; Public Utilities' Commission, Port Arthur, 55.80; A. Quesnelle, 12.00; 
A. Racicot, 18.00; Raglan Corporation, 32.77; B. H. Rands, 25.45; J. Frank Raw, 
586.08; Chas. F. Read, 169.75; Remington Typewriter Co., 40.30; C. J. Richard- 
son, 50.00; \V. Richmond & Co., 19.20; Riverside Hall, 312.00; M. Roach, 28.00; 
J. Robert, 19.47; A. M. Robertson, 15.00; L. F. Robertson, 13.50; W. J. Robinson, 
37.00; M. Rogers, 45.00; Rothchild & Co., Ltd., 840.00; Samuel & Benjamin, Ltd., 
19.60; Saulte Daily Star, 12.32; Saulte Lumber Co., 50.44; Saulte Stationers, 64.65; 
Sault Ste. Marie Citv, 156.49; N. Saw%er, 11.00; Schroeder Mills Timber Co., 
564.94; J. Servais, 225.00; C. Simms, il2.50; S. Simpson, 21.00; C. E. Smith, 
31.50; J. B. Smith, 201.25; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 16.10; Soo Business College, 
33.96; Spanish River Pulp & Paper Mills, 2,817.50; A. St. Denis, 1,140.70; Steel 
Equipment Co., 148.91; Geo. Stephens, 22.00; Sudbur\' Star, 75.50; sundry 
persons, Extinguishing Fires, 25,969.83; Superior Mfg. Co., 21.06; F. Susack, 
288.50; Tarling Map Mounting Co., 185.85; T. & N.O. Railway, 130.50; E. G. 
Thomas & Sons, 13.50; Thompson Mfg. Co., 27.00; H. Tobico, 15.00; Toronto 
Radio Co., Ltd., 40.35; Tower Canadian Co., Ltd,, 181.35; Town of Fort Frances, 
11.30; Tremblav Boarding House, 18.00; D. Turcotte, 18.00; J. F. Turnbull, 
79.04; Turnbull-Kielv Co., 175.00; Union Electric Supply Co., 124.00; United 
Typewriter Co., 611.23; F. A. Van Norman, 49.50; G. J. Valin, 20.20; E. Weeks, 
20.00; G. C. Wesley, 255.99; Wesley Taxi & Transfer Co., 103.39; J. H. Whalen, 
50.00; White & Planst, 71.40; \\'hite Drug Stores, 69.85; A. R. Williams 
Machiner\- Co., 27.71; Williams & Wilson, Ltd., 36.77; C. E. Wilson, 18.35; 
G. Wombwell, 180.00; Woods Mfg. Co., 249.19; J. L. Yells, 18.70. Sundries: 
Cartage, 26.50; express, 1,196.39; Customs, 216.85; freight, 2,264.33; telegrams, 

103.40; telephone, 390.75; petty disbursements, 518.28 Algoma Steel 

Corporation, steel, 45.74; J. H. Beamish, cartage. 207.72; Wm. Collins, launch 
hire, 57.83; M. A. Coulson, developing, 25.00; P. J. Dahl, storage, 23.75; A. 
Daoust, horse, 175.00; Delongchamp Cartage Co., cartage, 53.23; H. E. Dodds 
Co., chamois, 111.99; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., rental, 24.93; J. J. Downey, 
cement, 317.93; Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd.. blankets, 113.45; Dunseath & 
Mallory, plumbing, 221.32; Empire Coal & Wood Co., wood, 28.50; T. Falls, 
cartage, 58.00; G. E. Farlinger, supplies, 289.05; J. B. Ford Co., cleaner, 39.69; 
Grant, Holden, Graham, Ltd., tents. 42.10; Green River Co.. paint, 89.54; 

C. W. Groselliers. scythe, 13.59; J. Harju, poles, 15.45; Hinsberger Harness 
Co., supplies, 282.32; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, 387.33; Ireland 
Cartage & Storage Co., cartage, 441.75; W. Jessop & Sons, Ltd., sheets, 30.55; 
L. J. Jodouin, ice, 34.50; Keyes Bros., pails, etc., 92.70; King's Printer, 429.65; 
A. Lacbain, tent frame, 11.00; Lake Superior Paper Co., rent of tug, 195.00; L. 
Lee, laundn.-, 21.70; J. T. Leonard, cartage. 143.00; Mrs. A. MacDonald, laundrv, 
19.45; Marks-Clavet-Dobie Co., pipe, 36.75; F. E. Mathe, rent, 37.90; O. 
Mattson. labour, 14.80; W. McCormack, teaming, 14.00; A. McDermid, boat 
hire, 17.00; J. E. McGrath, flying suits, 132.00; R. Mcintosh, cartage, 149.75; 

D. F. Moberlev & Co., wood, 57.60; Nickle Citv Business College, rental, 15.00; 
Oakley Chemical Co., oakite. 152.29; H. W. 'Petrie, Ltd., steel, etc.. 104.06; 
Pinch-Sibert Groceries, provisions, 90.59; W. C. Porter, balance on lot, 50.00; 
Powassan Planing Mills, lumber, 69.73; V. H. Prewer, livery, 25.00; Puritv Ice, 
Ltd., coal, 1,438.92; J. G. Ramsay & Co., film, 14.00; Robinson's Jewellery Store, 
cleaning clocks, 14.60; Samuel Benjamin, Ltd., copper, 49.05; W. Scroggie, 
cartage, 151.00; Sault Ste. Marie Light Dept., light, etc., 274.57; Soo Business 
College, rental, 35.00; Standard Chemical Co., drugs, 143.50; Sudbury Boat & 
Canoe Co., boat hire, etc., 281.65; Tavlor Bros., jars, 20.16; G. Tavlor Hardware 
Co., hardware, 19.00; Trout Creek Lumber Co., lumber, 15.52; United Type- 
writer Co., repairs, etc., 168.50; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., stoves, 53.85; WTiite 



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Fire Ranging — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Drug Co., gloves, etc., 165.30; C. E. Wilson, sleigh, 11.25; Sundries: E.xpress, 
1,208.73; freight, 6,508.83; gas, 65.62; light, 598.03; postage, 179.85; power, 25.60; 
telephone, 357.30; telegrams, 551.79; petty disbursements, 915.39 100,661 16 

Total.— Fire ranging 1,242,717 77 

Less. — Air service transferred to Forest Ranging (proportion cost). . . . 80,000 00 



1,162,717 77 



Clearing Townsites and Removing Fire Hazards ($46,479.58) 

Travelling Expenses.— Geo. A. Adair, 6.00; W. Belisle, 11.50; A. Brunet, 15.10 
G. C. Buckingham, 32.90; Harry Clark, 16.30; J. Clinkscale, 74.90; W. L 
Eckerslev, 11.00; H. Elkington, 31.05; C. Ethier, 209.17; John A. Eraser, 23.10 
W. R. Gardner, 1.50; G. Garnett, 25.45; Fred Hamilton, 6.00; C. E. Hindson 
313.50; accountable, 79.50; L. Lavigne, 7.20; H. M. Legris, 13.95; Hugh Logan 
18.95; A. C. Mitchell, 21.50; J. W. Murdock, 26.65; Wm. McArthur, 75.80 
John McNamara. 7.50; F. R. Parmenter, 4.00; J. F. Rav, 5.50; S. F. Rvan, 2.00 
R. Simpson, 6.30; R. J. Smith. 7.80; E. N. Stinson, 4.00; W. Stringer, 15.25 
A. Tait, 13.95; B. L. Whvtall, 164.65; G. Wombwell, 12.70; J. S. Wright, 57.80 
Ale.x. Wylie, 23.50; D. F.'Welden, 28.00 

Miscellaneous. — J. Barchler, wood, 54.75; Wm. Belisle, livery, 62.10; R. Burton, 
livery, 42.00; A. A. Burk & Co., auto supplies, 16.25; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., pumps, 2,142.00; Central Meat Market, provisions, 326.07; Cochrane- 
Dunlop Hardware Co., hardware, 464.47; Cochrane Woodwork Mfg. Co., lumber, 
20.60; D. Connellv, coal, 29.04; Connellv & Mewitt, grates, 66.18; J. Cowan, 
livery, 38.50; Frank Cook, livery, 38.50; j. Crich, livery, 52.50; J. B. Dalgleish, 
livery, 40.25; Diamond Grocers, provisions, 3,248.53; Durant and Star Service, 
auto supplies, 10.30; P. Gagnon, livery. 42.00; A. Gordon & Co., Ltd., beds, 
27.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., safe, 72.50; A. Hammond, livery, 42.00; Lee Henderson 
livery, 36.75: Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 1,197.62; D. J. Kennedy, hazard 
disposal, 51.00; J. A. Lauzon, liverv, 42.00; H. T. Llovd, provisions, 185.39; 
J. Macpherson, lumber, 36.06; W. R. McDowell, livery^ 42.00; H. E. McGill, 
hardware and auto supplies, 24.13; D. McLellan, lumber, 60.00; Pav lists, 
wages of men, 26,986.95; W. R. Pegg, livery. 36.75; E. E. Potter, livery, 40.25; 
R. Rackin & Sons, provisions, 2,556.22; J. F. Shaw, oats, 27.10; J. R. Smith, 
livery, 40.25; Standard Planing Mills Co., lumber, 70.90; G. Taylor Hardware 
Co., camp equipment, 603.70; W. Tantary & Sons, signs, 24.20; J. F. Turnbull, 
hazard disposal, 14.00; Watson, Jack & Co., hose, etc., 6,004.40; Wilson Bros., 
rods, etc., 47.00; E. A. White, gas, 14.62. Sundries: Cartage, 6.00; express, 
2.20; freight, .50; postage, 3.50; telegrams, .35; petty disbursements, 116.23. . . . 



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45,105 61 



Grant to Canadian Forestry Association ($1,000.00) 

Canadian Forestry Association 1,000 00 

Allowances to School Sections ($400.00) 

Treasurer, Township of S. Walsingham, 150.00; Township of Vespra, 250.00 400 00 

Forestry Branch 1,533,202.32 



STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary— (See page 4) 8,000 GO 

Legislative Secretary for Northern Ontario ($971.90) 

F. H. Keefer Legislative Secretary 1 month 500 00 

Temporary Services. — L. Bengston 408 25 

Miscellaneous. — Telephone, 15.25; telegrams, 33.40; petty disbursements, 15.00. . 63 65 

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Brought forward 2,492,440 03 

Refund to University of Toronto re Wild Lands ($739.95) 
Bursar, University of Toronto 739 95 

Refunds of 2% on Crown Dues, 1925-26 (516.08) 
Sundry Municipalities 516 08 

Statutory $10,227.93 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 
Purchase of Lots in Kapuskasing Subdivision ($15,450.54) 

W. Gough, part Lot 20, Concession 13 and Lot 20, Concession 14, Township of 

O'Brien 15,450 54 

Long Point, Provincial Park Road, Lake Erie ($17,999.47) 

J. C. Backus, lumber, 2,487.61; Baines & David, bolts, etc., 110.67; Corrugated 
Pipe Co., Ltd., culverts. 661.50; A. E. Cunningham, account contract, 11,500.00; 
A. Dedrick, lumber, 74.76; Dominion Tar & Chemical Co., creosote, 90.34; C. E. 
Elms, provisions, 153.89; P. Ellis, sash, etc., 6.00; Grant-Holden-Graham, 
Ltd., blankets, 114.00; W. Harvev, hardware, 622.40; A. A. Howe, provisions, 
697.94; A. Marr, purchase of propertv, 1,080.00; S. C. Smith, gas, etc., 258.11; 
C. E. Smith, board and labour, 122.25; R. Waddell, boat hire, 20.00 17,999 47 

Special Warrants $33,450.01 

Total, Lands and Forests Department $2,527,146 07 



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Hon. Wm. Finlayson, Minister 



SALARIES (Statutory) 

Chas. H. Fullerton . Deputy Minister 12 months 5,000 00 

Jas. Sinton Chief Engineer and Purchasing Agentl2 " 3,450 00 

J. S. Leitch Bridge Engineer 103^ " 2,887 50 

W. R. Smvth Supervisor of Settlement 12 " 3,000 00 

F. G. Beardall Head Clerk 12 « 2,850 00 

W. L. Lawer " " 12 « 2,700 00 

Alex. Reid Senior Draughtsman 12 " 2,300 00 

C. L. Dicker Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

Ethel Fleming Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

COLONIZATION ROADS BRANCH 

Salaries ($8,358.31) 

C. H. Meader Road Engineer 12 months 

M. P. Doherty Senior Clerk 12 " 

Annie Gamey Clerk 12 " 

Wm. T. Axford Junior Clerk 5 " 

Jessie Moore Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Contingencies ($1,657.73) 

Temporary Services. — F. M. Harris, junior clerk stenographer at 87.50 per mo.. . . 

Miscellaneous. — Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, fees, 7.00; Bank of 
Montreal, blank cheques, 28.00; Bank of Nova Scotia, blank cheques, 27.50; 
King's Printer, 471.63; United Typewriter Co., inspection, etc., 64.50. Sundries: 
Telegrams, 4.10; newspapers and periodicals, 5.00 

Colonization Roads Office $10,016.04 

COLONIZATION ROADS ($499,623.75) 

By-laws ($320,091.84) 

R.S.O. 1914, chap. 41; 10-11 Geo. Y, chap. 25 

Admaston, 3.895.78; Alberton, 117.50; Alice and Eraser, 750.00; Armour, 3,071.73; 
Armstrong, 1,797.09; Assiginack, 1,500.00; Atwood, 1,003.67; Bagot and Blyth- 
field, 3,200.22; Balfour, 2,078.75; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure. 405.63; Beck- 
with, 391.75; Bedford, 2,740.78; Belmont and Methuen, 1,509.48; Bexlev 
921.22; Billings, 700.00; Blezard, 1,200.00; Blue, 1,314.65; Brethour, 720.62 
Bromley, 5,399.64; Brudenell and Lvndoch, 600.00; Brunei, 1,494.05; Bucke 
1,447.07; Burleigh and Anstruther, 1,223.68; Caldwell, 1,401.66; Calvert, 1,062.32 
Carden, 952.36; Cardiff, 1,396.85; Cardwell, 1,599.75; Carling, 1,557.92; Carlow 
350.00; Carnarvon, 1,199.41; Chamberlain, 97.19; Chandos, 64.00; Chapman 
1,250.00; Chaffev, 2,559.87; Chappie, 3,384.01; Chisholm, 172.09; Christie 
1,562.40; Clarendon and Miller, 1,000.00; Coleman, 6,131.02; Conmee, 1,549.80 
Dalton, 93.39; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashbv, 2,488.40; Dowling. 500.00; Draper 
1,423.70; Drurv, Denison and Graham, 1,244.15; Dungannon, 300.00; Dvmond 
2,990.82; Dvsart, 10,870.17; Eldon, 4,957.11; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 434.39 
Emo, 980.29; Faradav, 499.65; Field, 699.71; Folev, 1,921.00; Freeman, 500.00 
Gillies, 62.26; Glack'mever, 400.00; Glamorgan, 1,745.98; Gordon and Allan 
1,000.00; Hagerman, 599.75; Harvev, 1,003.06; Hilton, 499.12; Himsworth 
North, 158.83; Himsworth South, 2,544.23; Hinchinbrooke, 3,271.91; Hudson 
900.00; Humphrev, 1,869.50; Hungerford, 1,415.81; Huntingdon, 698.00; Jaffray 
and Melick, 979.09; Jolv, 896.50; Kaladar, Angelsea and Effingham, 1,568.60 
Kennebec, 3,599.81; Kerns, 1,986.61; Korah, 3,211.07; Laird, 1,099.97; Lanark 
1,788.38; Lavallee, 1.029.13; Laxton, Digbv and Longford, 810.04; Limerick 
637.23; Loughborough, 1,250.00; Macaulav, 1,441.20; Machar, 2,250.00; Madoc 
1,739.52; Mara, 5,003.23; Marmora and Lake, 3,216.84; Matchedash, 945.90 
Mavo, 799.05; McDougall, 6,235.44; Mclrvine, 991.20; McKellar, 2,966.36 
Mckim, 1,800.00; McLean, 1,596.94; McMurrich, 4,201.19; Medonte, 6,331.13 
Medora and Wood, 13,816.33; Minden, 1,250.00; Monck, 4,791.12; Monmouth 
1,730.81; Monteagle and Herschel, 1,836.12; Morley and Pattullo, 773.32 



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By-laws — Continued 

Morrison, 1,000.00; Muskoka, 2,500.00; Neebing, 5,501.52; Neelon and Garson, 
1,550.00; Nipigon, 1,331.31; Nipissing, 3,193.04; North Crosby, 3,499.97; 
Oakley, 450.00; Olden, 1,339.70; Oliver, 96.00; OrilHa, 5,983.90; Oro, 4,088.32; 
Oso, 1,650.00; Paipoonge, 4,995.92; Pakenham, 1,661.26; Palmerston and Canonto 
1,560.00; Pembroke, 400.00; Perry, 2,732.62; Plummer, 1,400.00; Port Carling, 
2,962.15; Prince, 299.74; Raglan, 575.00; Rama, 1,412.50; Ratter and Dunnet, 
1,570.00; Rawdon, 997.76; Rayside, 725.00; Ridout, 991.94; Ross, 3,375.47; 
Ryde, 850.00; Ryerson, 2,470.85; St. Joseph, 1,475.00; Sheffield, 4,030.66; 
Sherborne, 1,597.12; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 1,700.00; Shuniah, 266.16; 
Snowdon,865.27; Somerville, 6,219.89; South Crosby, 2,100.00; South Sherbrooke, 
1,498.77; Springer, 479.12; Stafford, 2,000.00; Stanhope, 973.40; Stephenson, 
4,341.93; Stisted, 2,169.26; Strong, 2,000.00; Sunnidale, 1,000.00; Tarentorus, 
1,982.10; Tay, 2,976.53; Teck, 656.24; Tehkummah, 630.50; Tinv, 1,917.89; Tis- 
dale, 4,434.00; Tudor and Cashel, 2,159.74; Vespra, 3,131.12; Watt, 2,249.60; 
West Ferris, 1,659.47; Westmeath, 3,045.20; Whitney, 1,483.65; Widdifield 
1,500.00; Wilberforce, 1,500.00; Wollaston, 2,698.93; Worthington, 769.00.... 320,091 84 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges 
($164,126.89) 

Addington.— Wages, 4,285.61; D. A. Barker, repairs to compressor, 21.76; J. 
Bishop, gravel, 10.40; G. Bishop, gravel, 58.00; C.P.R., freight, 3.41; P. Cuddy, 
gravel, 5.20; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 35.80; H. Levere, cartage, 10.31; Ore 
Chimney Mining Co., explosives, 35.50; J. A. Pringle, tools, explosives, etc., 
379.25; J. H. Read, bolts, etc., 2.50; Railway Power Engineering Corporation, 
drill steel, 60.16; Sullivan Machinery Co., compressor parts, 37.33; S. Wheeler, 
grease, .50; E. Wickware, gravel, 2.50; W. Wise, gravel, 5.00; Mrs. S. E. Wise, 

gasoline, 103.09 5 056 32 

Addington. — (1926 accounts) 245 65 

Admaston.— Wages, 992.30; H. Rallies, gravel, 21.00; D. Mulvahill, gravel, 13.50. . 1,026 80 

Algona North. — Wages 804 78 

Algona South. — Wages 1 319 39 

Alice and Fraser.— Wages, 894.40; T. Hamilton, explosives, 11.39; G.Hamilton, 

grease, 7.65 913 44 

Anson and Hindon.— Wages, 506.39; J. Toye, cedar, 5.00 511 39 

Bangor, Wicklow and McClure. — Wages 1,202 75 

Bagot and BIythfield. — Wages 1,126 51 

Bagot and BIythfield. — (1926 accounts) 22 99 

Barrie.— Wages, 593.50; J. E. Deline, gravel, 28.00; W. E. McCausland, gravel 

16.80; M. Mills, gravel, 12.25 650 55 

Baxter.— Wages, 1,974.62; F. L. Buchanan, repairs to crusher, 4.50; W. H. Cook, 

5.50; F. W. Jeffrey & Sons, Ltd., explosives, 28.35 2,012 97 

Bedford.— Wages, 1,013.28; J. Badour, gravel, 2.00; J. Barr, use of drills, .30; O. 
Bresce, gravel, 9.40; G. H. Goodfellow, shovels, 5.00; W. Hastings, gravel, 10 00; 
L Murphy, gravel, 18.00; P. Murphy, gravel, 4.70; W. Quinn, dynamite, 2.16; 

N. Shilhngton, gravel, 3.80; J. A. Wilson, gravel, 39.10 1,107 74 

Belmont and Methuen.— Wages, 1,143.55; J. A. C. Allan, explosives, 10.19; J. R. 
Anderson, wood, 9.00; E. Baker, wood, 15.00; A. Forbes, gravel, 14.50; B. Newton 
wood, 15.00; C. B. Parcels, wood, 12.00; E. Spencer, plank, 37.50; H. Wrightlyi 

wood, 11.25 I 267 99 

Belmont and Methuen. — (1926 accounts) 140 43 

Bethune.— Wages, 283.85; Ed. O'Connor, gravel, 13.00; H. Travis, cedar, 3.15. . . . 300 00 

Bexley.— Wages, 800.05; Gull River Lumber Co., wood, 5.00 805 05 

Bexley.— (1926 accounts), wages, 500.20, less accountable, 391.76 108 44 

Bobcaygeon to Kinmount.— Wages, 1,455.40; W. Eastman, dressing steel, 1.00; 
Hopkins-Mark Co., explosives, 20.88; J. McGann, gravel, 23.70; J. R. Umphrev 

sharpening drills, 9.05; Geo. Wright, gasoline, 1.55 .' .' 1,511 58 

Bonfield.— Wages, 2,727.58; J. Boyer, cedar, 24.20; L Chapot, gravel, 17.50; E. 
Menard, gravel, 6.50; P. Racicot, sharpening drills, etc., 7.00; O. St. Pierre 

gravel, 8.00; M. Vialliancourt, gravel, 23.20 2,813 98 

Bromley.— Wages, 1,292.65; M. McLeod, gravel, 18.30 1^310 95 

Brougham. — Wages 705 52 

Brudenell and Lyndoch. — Wages 1,520 50 

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Brudenell and Lyndoch. — (1926 accounts) 245 38 

Buckhorn.— Wages, 939.38; A. Irwin, stone, 11.90; W. Mooney, stone, 30.30; H. 

A. Shearer, oil, 10.00; J. Traynor, grave!, 5.00; O. Traynor, gravel, 1.60; Thos. 

S. Wood, blacksmithing, 6.45 1,004 63 

Burleigh. — Wages, 1,458.02; D. Brown, oil, grease, etc., 11.65; S. Dunford, gravel, 

22.40; H. Long, lumber, 5.00; W. O. Miller, wood, 39.66; B. Reid, rent of wagon 

and tank, 13.00; W. Thompson, nails, etc., 1.69; D. Tucker, explosives, 3.90.. . . 1,555 32 

Burleigh.— (1926 accounts) 121 98 

Calabogie-Burnstown. — Wages, 2,718.02; Devine and Legree, explosives, 323.70; 

The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 166.88; Woods Mfg. Co., tents, 116.76 3,325 36 

Calabogie-Wilson. — Wages, 1,491.08; Black Donald Graphite Mine, explosives, 

79.03; H. E. Braden, provisions, 155.99; G. D. Charbonneau, meat, 142.55; 

T. Gorra, plank, 20.00; Grant, Holden & Graham, Ltd., blankets, 80.16; J. 

Legree, gravel, 45.50; Telfer & Wilson, provisions, 70.80; Woods Mfg. Co., tents, 

28.75 2,113 86 

Calvin. — Wages, 2,064.25; J. H. Bell, explosives, 13.85; Geo. Simpson, gravel, 

15.00; S. Soucie, gravel, 10.40 2,103 50 

Calvin.— (1926 accounts) 203 00 

Cameron. — Wages, 1,666.75; J. H. Bell, explosives, 19.50; Mattawa Hardware, 

explosives, 18.05 1,704 30 

Carden. — Wages, 886.59; Kirkfield Hardware Co., explosives, 16.60; Kirkfield 

Crushed Stone, Ltd., explosives, 7.60: R. J. McCrackin, fuse, .90; F. Whalen, 

sharpening drills, .30 911 99 

Cardiff. — Wages, 897.36; C. W. Mullett, plough shares, etc., 2.25; A. Peters, drills 

sharpened, .90 900 51 

Carlow.— Wages, 787.05; H. Har>ett, gravel, 13.10 800 15 

Chaffey.— Wages, 400.48; A. E. McGregor & Co., explosives, 17.45 417 93 

Chandos. — Wages, 1,039.20; D. Brown, explosives, 19.64; Burleigh and Anstruther 

Townships, rent of crusher, 27.00; I. Daniels, sharpening tools, .75; E. C. Davis, 

tank hire, 2.00; Duncan Bros., explosives, 5.00; J. Simpson, cedar, 5.00; C. Weise, 

stone, 13.50; S. Windsor, wood, 6.00; V. Windsor, sharpening drills, 2.00; C. 

Woodbeck, gravel, .60 1,120 69 

Chisholm. — Wages, 2,520.87; R. W. Butler, explosives, 57.40; Fassett Lumber 

Corporation, explosives, 22.75 2,601 02 

Clarendon and Miller.— Wages, 1,097.32; J. A. Pringle, scraper, 15.00 1,112 32 

Clarendon and Miller.— (1926 accounts) 100 00 

Coboconk-Minden-Dorset. — Wages, 5,266.93; H. Allan, potatoes, 2.50; W. J. 
Boice & Sons, provisions, 177.15; C.N.R., freight, 3.65; E. Cooper, provisions, 
9.00; Cooper & Walsh Bros., lumber, 12.53; A. Coulter, potatoes, 10.50; W. R. 
Curry & Son, cartage, 10.00; L. Harrison, provisions, 5.50; A. Hewitt, gravel, 
straw, 31.80; J. Hewitt, mutton, 5.32; W. H. Hewitt, provisions, 334.97; Hopkins- 
Mark Co., explosives, 16.50; T. Jones, culverts, provisions, etc., 976.27; J. Kent, 
wood, 4.00; A. Mackay, plank, .81; Minden Garage & Livery, cartage, 1.00; 
Mrs. J. Moore, provisions, 94.46; A. R. Oliver, gravel, 83.05; R. Oliver, 12.85; 
The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 22.86; E. Petterley, chain, 45.00; E. A. Rogers, 
tools, 3.60; D. F. Rogers, explosives, 8.38; T. H. Rogers, provisions, 52.53; R. 
Sawyer, car hire, 9.00; Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., bolts, .90; L. Sisson, gravel, 
10.80; C. B. Snider, meals, etc., 6.50; Stanhope Telephone System, telephone 
rental, 20.00; N. Stevens, provisions, 61.09; J. Welch, provisions, etc., 12.35, 
less accountable, 1926, 1.05 7,310 75 

Croft.- Wages, 568.25; J. Hunter, gravel, 12.50; A. Luth, gravel, 12.70; J. H. 

Newell, explosives, 5.60; W. J. Smith, gravel, 2.20, less accountable, 1926, 9.00. . 592 25 

Crosby North. — Wages, 266.50; N. Drysdale, gravel, 19.95; S. Renaud, gravel, 

13.50 299 95 

Cross Lake. — Wages, 1,343.50; H. S. Davis, tools, 10.00; C.& D. Murray.explosives, 

31.42, less accountable, 1926, 39.50 1,345 42 

D'Acre-Caldwell.— Wages, 2,440.10; J. Burke, stone, 115.00; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware Co., Ltd., scrapers, 29.10; Devine & Legree, tools, 4.50; S. R. Mason 
& Sons, wire, etc., 25.16; Pedlar People, Ltd., culvert, 27.72; H. Richards, tools, 
47.33; M. Walsh, posts, 21.00; Mrs. Thos. Wren, gravel, 15.21 2,725 12 

Dalton.— Wages 1,000 00 

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Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Darling. — Wages 864 53 

Denbigh.— Wages, 994.11 ; A. Glaser, plank, 15.00 1,009 11 

Draper. — Wages, 354.50; H. Buckler, coal, etc., 1.60; G. W. Ecclestone, Ltd., steel, 

etc., 10.95; Thos. Gray, explosives, 27.90; Geo. Kirkpatrick, sharpening drills, 

5.00 399 95 

Dungannon.— Wages, 778.77; R. McGee, gravel, 17.00; R. Price, gravel, 11.90.. . . 807 67 

Dysart. — Wages 500 25 

Elzevir and Grimsthorpe. — Wages 601 20 

Faraday.— Wages, 292.12; F. Brethour, gravel, 3.20; AI. Peters, gravel, 8.00 303 32 

Ferris East. — Wages, 3,202.22; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Co., forge, tools, etc., 

68.06; Lindsay&McClusky, coal, 1.90; Mattawa Hardware Co., explosives, 17.05; 

A. Point, gravel, 29.60; R. Racicot, blacksmithing, 9.60; L. Robidoulx, gravel, 

8.40, less accountable, 1926, 30.14 3,306 69 

Fort Stewart and Combermere Road. — Wages, 621.10; H. Hayett, explosives, 

18.00; J. H. Kelly, gravel and timber, 28.16; W. A. McxMurray, culverts, 142.40. . 809 66 

Franklin.— Wages, 560.00; A. E. McGregor & Co., explosives, 27.25; J. N. 

Thompson, gravel, 12.60 599 85 

Freeman. — Wages 401 10 

Frontenac. — Wages, 4,488.14; W. Asselstine, gravel, 18.50; J. Derue, explosives, 

6.43; B. M. Gray, gravel, 11.90; F. Hartwick, gravel, 19.10; T. Howes, gravel, 

63.05; J. Huffman, plough repairs, 1.80; N. Kellar, gravel, 3.00; Ore Chimney 

Mining Co., dynamite, 28.50: E. J. Perry, gravel, 29.60; J. A. Pringle, culverts, 

shovels, etc., 260.51; W. G. Pringle, cedar, 34.50; Sullivan Machinery Co., drill 

parts, 50.68; E. Wilks, gravel, 8.60 5,024 31 

Galway. — Wages, 470.50; J. Allan, gravel, 25.80; Hopkins-Mark Co., explosives, 

3.70; J. R. Umphrey, sharpening drills, .60 500 60 

Glamorgan. — Wages, 904.12; H. Billings, plough repairs, 1.45 905 57 

Golden Lake.— Wages, 943.75; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 90.09 1,033 84 

Grattan.— Wages 1,522 78 

Gravenhurst-Bala. — Wages, 486.00; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, Ltd., tools, etc., 

4.85; N. W. Cook, blacksmithing, 4.25; Mickle-Dyment & Son, hemlock, 3.80; 

J. Passmore, timber, 3.00 .' 501 90 

Griffith and Matawatchan. — W^ages 823 38 

Gurd.— Wages 101 65 

Hagarty and Richards. — Wages, 3,641.93; T. A. Boland, dynamite, 1.60; \'. 

Cybulskie, sharpening drills, 7.00; C. & D. Murray, explosives, 6.12 3,656 65 

Hagarty and Richards. — (1926 accounts) 162 25 

Harvey. — Wages, 691.25; A. E. Bottum & Sons, paint, etc., 5.30; P. Graham, stone, 

20.00; A. Irwin, gravel, 10.10; T. S. Wood, blacksmithing, 1.40; less accountable, 

1926, 572.16 155 89 

Head, Clara and Maria. — Wages 502 50 

Hen vey.— Wages, 89.98; D. Johnston, iron, 9.95, less accountable, 1926, 19.51 80 42 , 

Himsworth North. — Wages, 485.50; W. Bowerman, gravel, 6.00; L. McCloskey, 

explosives, 10.55 502 05 

Himsworth and Gurd. — Wages, 324.75; L. McCloskey, explosives, 18.00; J. 

Osborne, cedar, 9.48 352 23 

Hinchinbrooke. — Wages, 1,143.38; D. Brigden, gravel, 21.20; J. P. Finn, gravel, 

36.15; R. McGinnis, gravel, 12.40 1,213 13 

Hungerford.— Wages, 370.25; E. Maynes, gravel, 6.60; E. York, gravel, 26.50 403 35 

Huntingdon. — Wages, 360.25; C. H. Jeffrey, gravel, 14.00; Geo. Wallace, gravel, 

25.80 400 OS 

Kaladar.— Wages 450 GO 

Kennebec— Wages, 1,054.85; C. Clark, gravel, 25.00; R. Clancy, cedar, gravel, 

12.40; Mary Gurnsey, gravel, 4.00; E. Morley, axes, handles, etc., 1.05; J. A. 

Pringle, explosives, 52.74; H. Scott, gravel, 4.40 1,154 44 

L'Amable to Maynooth. — Wages, 4,458.07; J. Beaudrie, cedar and gravel, 29.30; 

J. L. Bronson, cedar, 31.63; W. J. Davis, cedar, 15.00; R. Graham, timber, 8.10; 

P. J. Green, gravel, 30.00; R. Mackey, gravel, 19.50; W. A. McMurray, culverts, 

49.00; C. W. Mullett, explosives and stone boat, 138.50 4,779 10 

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Lavant.— Wages, 774.50; E. Bingley, gravel, 28.10; V. Paul, gravel, 10,40 813 00 

Laxton-Digby. — Wages, 1,010.30; G. Bailey, culverts and explosives, 3.37; Mrs. 

W. L. Shields, explosives, 1.05 1,014 72 

Laxton-Digby.— (1926 accounts), wages, 205.00; less accountable, 1926, 9.05 195 95 

Limerick. — Wages 409 40 

Loughborough.— Wages, 1,005.20; H. W. Guess, lumber, etc., 28.34; E. W. Horning 

& Sons, gasoline, 26.60; J. S. Roberts, explosives, 15.00 1,075 14 

Loughborough. — (1926 accounts) 55 45 

Lount.— Wages, 564.00; Burk's Falls Hardware Co., explosives, 29.75; E. T. 

Shortland, explosives, 13.84 607 59 

Lutterworth. — Wages, 966.78; O. Bradamore, cedar, 6.00; Doherty Bros., plough, 
etc., 9.30; G. Dufty, cedar, 2.45; Hopkins-Mark Co., explosives, 7.35; W. E. 

Lyle, cartage, 9.00; J. R. Umphrey, blacksmithing, 3.85 1,004 73 

Madoc. — Wages 602 05 

Marmora and Lake. — Wages 701 13 

Matchedash.— Wages, 1,114.25; W. Borland, flooring, 30.15; W. Durnford, stone, 
1.00; C. Ellis, gravel, 6.00; W. W. Gill, gravel, 5.00; C. Gooderham, gravel, 
15.00; J. Kingsborough, nails, cement, etc., 157.60; T. Langton, crushed stone, 
etc., 200.75; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culvert, 34.67; T. Raymond, gravel, 7.20; 
W. W. Templeman, lantern, etc., 2.30; Geo. Tyrrell, spikes, 3.70; W. Ward, 

gravel, 4.00; less accountable, 1926, 281.54 1,300 08 

Mayo.— Wages, 582.50; J. Beaudrie, gravel, 8.00; E. White, timber, 16.87 607 37 

Medonte.— Wages, 1,132.75; F. Buchanan, gravel, 4.20; D. Dunn, gravel, 16.60; 
T. Langton, crushed stone, 188.25; F. Robbins, gravel, 20.20; V. Walsh, gravel, 

16.00; J. Watson, gravel, 35.00; J. A. Yates, gravel, 16.20 1,429 20 

Medonte.— (1926 accounts) 173 27 

Medora and Wood.— Wages, 487.36; J. E. Clipsham Sons, Ltd., explosives, 4.00; 

C. McDonald, explosives, 9.50 500 86 

Mills.— Wages 150 10 

Minden.— Wages, 499.13; P. Harrison, cedar, 2.00 501 13 

Monmouth. — Wages 1,001 60 

Monteagle and Herschel.— Wages, 1,125.10; P. Flynn, explosives, etc., 1.68; W. 

Heinze, timber, 3.36; W. A. McMurray, culvert, 22.40 1,152 54 

Monteith.— Wages, 912.50; E. Argue, explosives, 15.50; A. H. Vigrass, grubbing, 
stumping and timber, 54.53; R. J. Vigrass, tools, etc., 18.00; J. H. Orr, account- 
able, 20.47 1,021 00 

Muskoka.— Wages, 775.76; A. Nichols, pick, etc., 2.25; Whitten Co., Ltd., tools, 

etc., 21.27 799 28 

Macaulay.— Wages, 383.13; T. Gray, explosives, 16.25; R. H. Whaley, black- 
smithing, 2.80 402 18 

Macaulay-Draper.— Wages, 478.42; J. Crockford, sharpening drills, 4.00; T. 

Gray, explosives, 14.25; Whitten Co., Ltd., hammer, etc., 3.60 500 27 

' McConkey-Hardy Mills.— Wages, 315.25; R. Bain, gravel, 32.50; O. W. Clapper- 
ton, explosives, 4.42; C. Sims, gravel, 12.50 364 67 

McKenzie and Burton. — Wages 500 00 

Oakley.— Wages, 963.34; W. N. Boyes, explosives, 34.35 997 69 

Olden.— Wages, 529.53; O. Clark, gravel, 21.20 550 73 

Olden. — (1926 accounts) — J. A. Pringle, gasoline, 31.50; less accountable, 1926, 

14.60 16 90 

Orillia.— Wages, 1,151.34; O. Cranney, gravel, 49.28; J. Drinkwater, gravel, 22.20; 

T. Langton, stone, 57.00; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 30.00; H.A. Raney& 

Co., tile, 2.70; F. Readman, gravel, 17.40; W. G. Thompson, stone, 455.40; E. 

Trimble, gravel, 17.00 1,802 32 

Orillia.— (1926 accounts) 365 79 

Oro.— Wages, 920.85; A. Backindale, gravel, 15.80; J. E. Emms, gravel, 8.00; R. 

Jermey, gravel, 16.00; D. M. Kean, dynamite, 3.00; G. Rugman, gravel, 19.80; 

A. H. Shellswell, gravel, 4.35; W. Switzer, gravel, 15.15 1,002 95 

Oro.— (1926 accounts)— Wages, 213.90; less accountable, 1926, 166.88 47 02 

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Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Oso. — Wages, 550.76; J. Brothers, explosives, 15.75; E. Donnelly, gravel, 17.90; 

James Bros., explosives, 19.25; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 70.40 674 06 

Palmerston and Canonto. — Wages, 852.00; C. Dunham, explosives, 16.45; G. 

Kelford, sharpening tools, 1.80; I. Massey, gravel, 4.65 874 90 

Papineau. — Wages, 2,882.75; J. H. Bell, explosives, 25.11; B. Charrette, gravel, 

46.90; T. L. Chenier, gravel, 12.90; Mattawa Hardware Co., tools, explosives, 

21.63; A. Smiley, gravel, 16.00 3,005 29 

Patterson. — Wages, 393.48; D. Kidd, explosives, 4.20; J. McKee, sharpening drills, 

1.10 398 78 

Peck.— Wages 301 00 

Pembroke.— Wages, 184.00; D. Elliott, gravel, 18.00 202 00 

Petawawa.— Wages, 886.27 ; C. Lemke, gravel, 16.95 903 22 

Port Severn. — Wages, 1,475.62; H. Govett, gravel, 98.25; J. Kingsborough, explo- 
sives, 31.00; W. Oliver, gravel, 31.25; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 71.11. . 1,707 23 

Pringle. — Wages, 300.25; T. Swalwell, stumping and grubbing, 50.00 350 25 

Pringle.— (1926 accounts)— Wages, 282.10; F. Rausch, gravel, 14.90; E. T. Short- 
land, explosives, 3.00; less accountable, 1926, 2.20 297 80 

Proudfoot. — Wages, 839.50; Burk's Falls Hardware Co., explosives, 17.25; R. S. 

Flavelle, explosives, 7.89; W. Miller, sharpening tools, 2.00; J. Reed, cedar, 7.50; 

W. Sampson, sharpening drills, 4.80 878 94 

Radcliffe.— Wages, 977.38; C. B. Dennison, explosives, 24.75; J. Waddington, 

dynamite, 7.68 1,009 81 

Raglan.— Wages, 1,296.47; G. Mantugel, gravel, 16.50 1,312 97 

Rama. — Wages, 1,678.75; J. Canning, repairs to crusher, 2.00; O. H. Cooper, gravel, 

72.15; W. E. Cooper explosives, 15.30; R. McKenzie, explosives, 3.80; J. G. 

Morrison, wood, 18.00; E. H. Robinson, tools, 4.05; W. G. Thompson, explosives, 

12.00 1,806 05 

Rama-Morrison. — (1926 accounts) — Wages, 368.20; W. Brunson, gravel, 40.35; 

affidavit, .20; less accountable, 408.75 000 00 

Rawdon.— Wages 504 25 

Rolph, Buchanan and Wylie. — Wages 1,010 50 

Ross.— Wages, 479.05; H. Kohlschmidt, gravel, 27.60 506 65 

Ryde and Draper.— Wages, 957.12; T. Gray, explosives, 28.25; The Whitten Co., 

Ltd., tools, etc., 18.50 1,003 87 

Sebastopol.— Wages 1,118 50 

Sheffield.— Wages, 738.50; T. J. Carroll, gravel, 16.00; P. Detlor, gravel, 15.80; T. 

Hopkins, gravel, 14.50; F. Johnston, gravel, 10.00; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 7.25. 802 05 

Sherbourne. — W. R. Curry, accountable 180 00 

Sherwood, Jones and Burns. — Wages, 1,999.51; T. Conway, gravel, 11.60; A. 

Tinn, gravel, 9.00 2,020 11 

Sinclair. — Wages, 395.35; McLennan and Fletcher, blacksmithing, 5.35 400 70 

Snowdon.— Wages, 987.73; W. H. Carr, gravel, 7.00; J. Hartin, gravel, 6.00; R. 

Hughes, gravel, 4.00; W. McLuney, stone, 1.50 1,006 23 

Somerville. — Wages 305 65 

Spence.— Wages 300 50 

Stafford.— Wages, 860.13; L. Clarke, gravel, 1.65; R. Hawkins, gravel, 19.80; H. 

Poff, gravel, 12.00; G. Wright, gravel, 18.75 912 33 

Stanhope.— Wages 707 00 

Stisted. — Wages, 466.62; A. E. McGregor, explosives, 17.50; H. Smith, sharpening 

drills, 16.40 500 52 

Sunnidale. — Wages, 460.25; M. Carter, gravel, 39.06; F. Prosser, gravel, 2.16; less 

accountable, 1926, 9.84 491 63 

Tay.— Wages, 2,180.70; J. J. Arthurs, gravel, 15.60; F. Durnford, stone, 43.00; 

Hartman & Sons, explosives, 16.06; J. J. Robinson, gravel, 10.00; H, Robinson, 

gravel, 33.40; E. Talbot, gravel, 19.20; Mrs. Jane Winfield, gravel, 16.00; less 

accountable, 1926, 261.14 2,072 82 

Tiny. — Wages, 780.25; Geo. Copeland, gravel, 1.65; M. A. Gendron, explosives, 

18.74; S. Gignac, repairing drills, 1.00; A. Grozelle, explosives, 13.09 814 73 

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Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Tiny.— (1926 accounts)— Wages, 300.00; less accountable, 257.40 42 60 

Tudor and Gashel.— Wages, 551.50; W. A. McMurray, culverts, 60.80 612 30 

Tudor and Limerick.— Wages, 834.89; W. A. McMurray, culverts, 134.40; C, W. 

Mullett, 25.00; W. E. Wiggins, accountable, 65.11 1,059 40 

Vespra. — Wages, 560.75; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 147.69; less account- 
able, 119.40 589 04 

Victoria.— Wages 521 05 

Watt.— Wages, 836.20; W. Aitken, gravel, 6.00; A. Briese, gravel, 17.60; J. Crowder, 
explosives, 1.77; Geo. Ecclestone Co., Ltd., explosives, 18.13; Windermere 

House, gravel, 21.30 901 00 

Watt and Monck. — Wages, 626.28; H. Blanchard, sharpening drills, 1.00; W. 
Diner, use of blocks and line, 5.00; N. Donald, repairing scraper, 2.00; J. 

Matchett, gravel, 61.80; A. Hamilton, accountable, 15.72 711 80 

Westmeath.— Wages, 482.77; M. Labine, gravel, 19.95 502 72 

Westport-Sherbrooke. — Wages, 192.25; H. Chaplin, gravel, 7.00; L. Manion, 

cedar, .75 , 200 00 

Westport-Timmins. — Wages, 897.99; M. R. Adams, blacksmithing, .50; M. 
Bennett, gravel, 3.90; J. Cawley, tiles, 10.40; N. L. Drysdale, gravel and posts, 
22.65; D. Foley Co., tools, 9.20; S. L. Pritchard, gravel and explosives, 63.24; 
J. Ryan, lumber, 8.10; W. W. Pringle, accountable, 31.77; less accountable, 1926, 

450.00 597 75 

Whitney-Madawaska. — Wages, 4,021.80; T. A. Boland, chain, etc., 12.25; Can. 
Nat. Express Co., express, 4.25; Can. Nat. Rlys., freight, 3.24; Can. Nat. Tele- 
graphs, telegrams, .84; Grant, Holden and Graham, Ltd., blankets, 114.00; 
W. McCarthy, bolts, etc., 7.55; J. S. L. McRae, lumber, 57.25; C. and D. Murray, 
explosives, 214.25; O. E. Post, provisions, 229.49; Woods Mfg. Co., tents, 72.00; 

O. Rochefort, accountable, 3.171.87 7,908 79 

Wilberforce.— Wages, 2,049.77; J. Coughlin, gravel, 15.50 2,065 27 

Wilson and McConkey.— Wages, 302.00; J. Croswell, Jr., cedar, 19.50; C. T. Kidd, 

spikes, 1.20; J. Morrison, gravel, 26.30 349 00 

Wollaston.— Wages 299 85 

Purchase and Maintenance of Equipment. — Bancroft Garage, Ford car, 545.00; 
Brown Bros, and Eplett, Ford car, 526.50; Dominion Road Machinery Co., 5 
road graders, 664.24; Doyle's Garage, Ford car, 478.92; J. C. Kinsey, Ford car, 
412.45; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., scrapers, 17.59; R. McGarvey, Ford car, 
607.25; B. J. Snider, Ford car, 471.70; Woods Mfg. Co., tent, 65.65 3,789 30 

Inspection of Roads and Bridges ($13,782.66) 

Inspectors. — Services and Expenses. — Wm. Anderson, 1,218.00; W. R. Curry, 
1,459.92; A. Hamilton, 1,459.72; C. H. Jermev, 1,602.25; C. H. Meader, 552.32; 
H. N. Moss, 2,361.81; John Orr, 1,090.15; W. W. Pringle, 1,661.47; Oscar Roche- 
fort, 1,035.64; A. J. Southern, 63.30; W. E. Wiggins, 1,278.08 13,782 66 

Storage and Insurance of Roadmaking Machinery ($165.36) 

D. C. Brown, cartage, 5.00; W. J. Cooper, storage, 24.00; R. Piper, storage, 25.00; 
Smith and Walsh, premiums on cars, 72.86; W. H. Thompson, storage, 24.50; 
H. S. Tracy, storage, 14.00 165 36 

Engineering, Surveying and Locating Roads ($22.00) 

L. D. N. Stewart, travelling expenses 22 00 

Colonization Roads $498,188.75 

NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT 

Disbursements and Damages to Russell Patterson on Account 
of Dynamite Cap Explosion ($1,435.00) 

H. G. Myers, legal costs, 50.00; J. H. Patterson, compassionate allowance, 1,000.00; 

expenses, 385.00 , 1,435 00 

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STATUTORY 
Department of Northern Development ($3,943,361.77) 

SUMMARY 

Administration 

(16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, Sec. 12) 

Permanent salaries (See page H-4) 25,687 50 

Temporary salaries (See yiage H-14) 30,134 05 

Travelling expenses, contingencies, etc. (See page H-14) 23,588 91 

79,410 46 

Roads and Bridges 

(16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, Sec. 14, Clause B.) 

District No. 1 

Engineer, K. Rose, Huntsville 

Severn-North Bay Trunk Road 105,966 50 

Burk's Falls-Parry Sound Road 31,538 69 

Utterson-Rosseau-Parry Sound Road 30,740 99 

Gravenhurst-Bala Trunk Road 38,805 49 

Powassan-Restoule Road 5,359 84 

Trout Creek-Loring Road 7,648 67 

Emsdale-Sprucedale- Parry Sound Road 4,674 29 

Huntsville- Dorset-BaysviUe Road 12,884 88 

Sundridge-Magnetewan Road 2,804 25 

Gravelling through Town of Parry Sound 2,400 00 

Equipment and tools 11,133 36 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads 22,793 21 

276,750 17 

District No. 2 

Engineer, R. G. Sneath, North Bay 

Ferguson Highway 283,657 23 

North Bay-Callander Trunk Road 106,977 84 

Callander- Pembroke Trunk Road 44,876 25 

North Bay-Sudbury Trunk Road 25,462 47 

North Bay-\Vid(iifield Trunk Road 1,409 78 

Mattawa-Snake Creek Road 1,143 00 

Burwash-Wanup Road 1,982 20 

Kipling-\'erner Road 999 55 

S.. Charles-Hager Road 2,356 35 

Field-Martin River Road 1 ,926 46 

Warren-St. Charles Trunk Road 7,249 82 

Sturgeon Falls-Smoky Falls Trunk Road 815 43 

Sturgeon Falls-Field Trunk Road 4,421 69 

River Valley- Warren Road 547 02 

Equipment and tools 21,264 28 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads 60,950 16 

566,039 53 

District No. 3 

Engineer, E. J. Hosking, Sudbury 

Espanola-Little Current Trunk Road 83,839 33 

North Bay-Sudbury Trunk Road 30,109 45 

Sault-Sudbury Trunk Road 26,159 23 

Sudbury-Chelmsford Trunk Road 19,721 39 

Little Current-Gore Bay Trunk Road 10,270 52 

Gore Bay-Meldrum Bay Trunk Road 6,266 72 

Gore Bay-Providence Bay Trunk Road 5,736 33 

Manitowaning-Providence Bay Trunk Road 6,371 82 

Little Current-Manitowaning Trunk Road 3,281 55 

Sudbury-Coniston Road 7,039 07 

Sudbury-Capreol Road 11,236 71 

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Roads and Bridges — Continued 
District No. 3 — Continued 

Westree-Shining Tree Road 2,556 96 

Capreol-Massey Bay Road 3,845 40 

Chapleau-Devon Road 23,072 53 

Equipment and tools 14,540 37 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads 133,920 34 

387,967 72 

District No. 4 

Engineer, G. J. Lamb, Sault Stje. Marie 

Sault-Sudbury Trunk Road 72,809 88 

Haviland Bay Road and Batchewana Road 65,079 18 

Sault-Searchmont Trunk Road 31,008 79 

Second Line Prince, extension to Gros Cap 7,009 61 

Wellington street pavement 19,132 54 

Dunn's \'alley Road 2,057 45 

Magpie River Bridge, Michipicoten River 5,554 88 

Shaw Road 6,389 01 

Pine Island Ferry and Kensington Road 7,080 27 

Equipment and tools 11,265 36 

Iron Bridge-Parkinson Road 8,151 35 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 99,785 25 

335,323 57 

District No. 5 

Engineer, D. J. Miller, New Liskeard 

Ferguson Highway 501,451 04 

Landslide Bridge 29,908 68 

Elk Lake-Gowganda Road 12,158 54 

Round Lake-Boston Creek Road 10,553 51 

Dane-Larder Lake Road '. 2,582 44 

Charlton-Elk Lake Trunk Road 1,585 19 

Englehart-Krugerdorf Road 2,193 54 

Marter-Skead Road 3,169 96 

New Liskeard-Elk Lake Trunk Road 9,976 64 

Lorrain Road 7,575 30 

Greenwood's Bridge Road 2,338 94 

Brethour Road 1,718 73 

New Liskeard-Quebec Boundary Trunk Road 772 62 

Equipment and tools 7,735 86 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 69,382 52 

663,103 51 

District No. 6 

Engineer, H. D. Duff, Cochrane 

Ferguson Highway 357,119 79 

Timmins-Iroquois Falls Trunk Road 27,841 23 

Driftwood-Cochrane-Norembega Road 37,615 55 

Mountjoy-Tisdale Bridge Road 16,359 09 

Monroe Road 1,512 38 

Blue Quartz Mine Road 963 75 

Sandy Falls Road 3,197 22 

Paymaster Road 2,415 55 

West Road-Timmins Road 5,939 54 

Sesikinika Road 2,419 26 

Boskego Bridge 4,934 87 

Sucker Creek Bridge 2,901 26 

Road between Lots 6, 7, Concessions 4, 5, Township of 

Dundonald 6,353 84 

Road between Lots 8, 9, Concessions 1-4, Township of Mount- 
joy 4,704 29 

Equipment and tools 8,161 92 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 205,178 20 

^ 687,617 74 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 
District No. 7 

Engineer, C. Tackaberry, Kapuskasing 

Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road 99,162 86 

South of Hearst Road 5,048 84 

Ground Hog River Road 1,727 89 

Equipment and tools 4,500 71 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 198,673 47 

309,113 77 

District No. 8 

Engineer, J. C. Meader, Fort William 

Nipigon Highway 34,650 66 

International Highway 55,234 80 

Nipigon-Camp Alexander Road 18,007 46 

Dawson Road 13,943 39 

Oliver Road 4,623 84 

Dog Lake Road. 2,916 68 

Current River- Kaministiquia Road 3,510 53 

Schreiber-Sand Lake Road 10,597 35 

Arthur Street Road 4,687 45 

Silver Mountain Road 7,713 88 

Winnipeg Highway 1,867 48 

Equipment and tools 10,473 75 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 114,095 10 

282,322 37 

District No. 9 

Engineer, G. A. Crane, Kenora 

Kenora-Keewatin-Manitoba Boundary 11,305 80 

Vermillion Bay-Dinorwic Road 20,006 05 

Rainy River-Kenora Trunk Road 18,868 02 

Pellatt Road 11,185 65 

Redditt Road 12,896 01 

Charlebois Road. 1,595 75 

Sioux Lookout- Dinorwic Trunk Road 7,185 19 

Equipment and tools 6,873 02 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 114,544 17 

204,459 66 

District No. 10 

Engineer, J. C. Monteith, Emo 

Rainy River-Kenora Trunk Road 30,958 14 

Fort Frances- Rainy River Trunk Road 23,289 73 

Arbor Vitae Road 5,405 58 

Spohn Trunk Road 5,212 67 

Indian Mission Road 2,927 55 

Sifton Road 4,486 10 

Barnhart Road 2,000 28 

Equipment and tools 3,290 39 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry ex- 
penditure 52,684 86 

130,255 30 

Total 3,922,363 80 

Add Accountable Cash, 1927 29,783 05 

3,952,146 85 
Less Accountable Cash. 1926 8,785 08 



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Details of Expenditures (pages 11 to 13) 

Administration 

16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, sec. 12. 

Salaries of Deputy Minister and Officials (For particulars see page 4) 25,687 50 

Temporary Services. — B. Aiken, liens clerk at 87.50 per mo., 612.50; A. C. Ander- 
son, engineer at 200.00 per mo., 2,400.00; V. Asher, filing clerk at 17.00; perwk., 
886.76; J. Boyd, draughtsman at 150.00 per mo., 1,800.00; J. Chadwick, typist at 
17.00 per wk., 886.76; E. Dewell, typist at 65.00 per mo., 190.00; G. Didsbury, 
clerk typist at 77.08 per mo., 925.00; A. Downey, typist at 17.00 per wk., 886.76; 

F. Embleton, clerk at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; M. Embleton, stenographer at 
18.00 per wk., 186.98; F. Evans, stenographer at 89.50 per mo., 709.11; F. Flegg, 
junior clerk at 12.00 per wk., 626.00; F. Foreman, typist at 17.00 per wk., 150.16; 

G. Goodings, stenographer at 77.08 per mo., 925.00; J. Gourlay, draughtsman at 
150.00 per mo., 1,800.00; J. Hallsmore, junior clerk at 10.00 per wk., 521.55; M. 
Harper, stenographer at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; H. Hozack, stenographer at 
17.00 per wk., 886.76; A. Hunt, stenographer at 18.00; per wk., 939.00; L. Kirton, 
stenographer at 17.00 per wk., 283.30; M. Lyons, typist at 17.00 per wk., 886.76; 
M. McGregor, stenographer at 77.08 per mo., 925.00; A. Mclntyre, supervisor at 
3,500.00 per annum, 2,141.62; E. McLean, clerk at 2,500.00 per annum, 2,500.00; 
S. Murray, typist at 70.00 per mo., 199.23; L. Smythe, typist at 17.00 per wk., 
886.76; M. Sturmey, stenographer at 17.00 per wk., 385.29; F. Talbot, clerk, 
bookkeeper at 93.75 per mon., 1,125.00; P. S. Van Raalts, draughtsman at 
137.50 per mo., 1,650.00; A. Williamson, draughtsman at 3.75 per diem, 1,173.75; 

F. Wilson, stenographer at 15.00 per wk., 395.00 30,134 05 

Travelling Expenses, Contingencies, etc. — A. C. Anderson, 310.30; W. A. 

Armour, 49.20; T- Armstrong, 11.05; J. Bailey, 13.00; J. Barkley, 295.18; N. 
Becks, 34.46; J. IBissaillon, 53.25; F. Bogie, 46.60; G. H. Bowland, 76.35; R. L. 
Bradshaw, 17.90; W. H. Brookbank, 259.81 ;S.W. Butt, 64.65; H. F. Cairns, 11.60; 
F.J.Cullum, 15.30; D. H. Campbell, 360.70; J. C. Christner, 335.35; H. Clifford, 
30.00; F. Clement, 134.55; W. A. Conrad, 18.47; J. Conroy, 10.10; J. Cooper, 11.90; 
A. A. Corbeil, 119.48; W. Corbeil, 287.37; J. Costello, 15.00; G. A. Crane, 874.72; 
E. Crosby, 96.35; W. A. Dalgleish, 222.35 ; H. E. Digby, 20.95; H. P. Dolson, 238.58; 
V. Donaldson, 30.85; H. D. Duff, 223.85; R. Duncan, 21.65; R. S. Eddy, 24.90; R. 
Ellis, 438.00; D. E. Ferguson, 50.80; W. J. Fillion, 168.58; H. H. Flesher, 208.15; 

G. Fleron, 130.65; A. Fawcett, 30.00; C. H. Fullerton, 376.35; T. J. Fullerton, 
53.00; E. \\>. Geddes, 61.25; T. J. Godfrey, 14.53; J. Gourlay, 32.00; T. Hender- 
son, 119.50; H. R. Holland, 10.70; E. J. Hoskin, 600.20; B. Humphries, 32.85; 
P. E. Ireland, 22.45; W. H. Jordan, 12.23; T. T. Kallio, 223.68; T. Kelly, 376.35; 
W. Kerney, 217.05; W. J. Kitts, 207.05; G. T- Lamb, 239.17; C. Landreville, 
40.72; J. C. Langlois, 74.66; D. Laporte, 395.82; W. L. Lawer, 19.59; J. Leacock, 
624.06; J. S. Leitch, 241.01; R. T. Lyons, 283.75; J. McAnsh, 590.25; F. Mc- 
Callum, 425.15; F. C. McClory, 29.45; T- McConnell, 377.76; A. McDonald, 
464.25; H. H. McDonald, 532.28; W. McDonald, 30.55; D. T- McEachren, 13.68; 
E. G. Mclntyre, 10.90; A. Mclntyre, 218.75; D. A. Mclver, 251.31; G. McKenzie, 
40.45; J. McKenzie, 717.41; A. E. McLean, 30.15; D. M. McLennan, 28.30; 
M. Mantha, 13.95; J. A. Martin, 166.65; G. Marshall, 30.35; J. C. Meader, 
334.58; C. Miller, 34.50; D. J. Miller, 194.90; R. Miller, 116.15; A. M. Mills, 
262.35; J. C. Monteith, 703.33; M. W. Moore, 15.60; R. Moorecroft, 15.20; L. 
Morel, 99.05; T. R. Morrow, 75.61; T. J. Murphy, 83.35; J. Nelden, 20.00; J. J. 
O'Connor, 43.70; E. Olsen, 61.55; H. Pannell, 222.90; F. Papineau, 19.05; J. 
Paris, 192.05; W. J. Parker, 23.30; R. Podgorsby, 22.53; R. Pollock, 53.00; R. J. 
Prince, 10.00; A. Reid, 27.73; G. Reid, 16.75; W. H. Rice, 76.06; F. C. Richardson, 
157.34; R. E. Richardson, 57.73; T. R. Ripley, 30.40; W. Ripley, 65.80; C. Robin- 
son, 54.55; J. Robinson, 64.60; S. Robinson, 33.10; K. Rose, 509.45; R. V. Shave, 
62.90; L Simpson, 10.05; H. P. Sisson, 286.60; J.Sinton 644.17; L Smith, 117.20; 
H. Smith, 26.15; S. Smith, 14.75; J. R. Sloan, 17.40; W. B. Smith, 90.60; W. R. 
Smyth, 2,198.50; D. V. Snaith, 147.35; A. G. Sneath, 225.42; C. Soucie, 11.95; 
R. Sterling, 449.40; L. D. N. Stewart, 761.35; C. Storey, 39.45; C. Tackaberry, 
247.90; W. R. Thompson, 210.75; J. E. Tonks, 18.15; J. Ward, 33.10; J. Warren, 
70.89; H. Weeks, 49.20; D. Welsh, 90.95; W. Whitehead, 59.50; H. P. Williams, 

18.85; J. Wilson, 174.95. Sundries, 203.71 23,588 91 

Roads and Bridges 

16 Geo. V, chap. 10, sec. 14, clause B. 

Advertising, Printing and Stationery. — Bank of Nova Scotia, 160.00; Bank of 
Toronto, 22.41; Can. Bank of Commerce, 16.00; Canadian Engineer, 25.40; 
Cochrane Northland Post, 28.60; Contract Record & Engineering Review, 25.00; 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Advertising — Continued 

Daily Times Journal, 13.80; Imperial Bank of Canada, 17.00: King's Printer, 
7,834.15; Lowrey's, Ltd., 40.95; Miner Publishing Co., 25.25; F. C. Muirhead, 
81.90; Murdock Stationery, 261.36; Northern Miner, 24.50; Nuggett, The, 
227.70; Ottawa Dept. of Public Printing & Stationery, 15.30; Royal Bank of 
Canada, 71.00; Rutledge & Stewart, 26.46; Sault Daily Star, 30.38; Stephenson 
&Son, 18.40; Sudbury Star, 70.80; W. T. Sullivan, 10.78; Swastika Drug Co., 
21.05; Terminal Publishing Co., 24.80. Sundries, 76.94 9,169 93 

Camp and Road Equipment, Materials and Supplies. — Abitibi Power & Paper 
Co., Ltd., 20.49; T. Achilles, 27.95; J. B. Adams & Co., 2,132.99; J. Aikens, 43.38; 
Albert Bros., 25.56; G. H. Alcock, 37.92; Algoma Eastern Railway Co., 711.75; 
Algoma Produce Co., Ltd., 4,198.82; Algoma Steel Corpn., Ltd., 705.19; R. 
Alkenbrack, 38.95; A. Anderson, 552.48; C. Anderson, 24.00; W. Anderson, 
135.00; F. Ansley, 12.25; Angus & Taylor, 286.04; F. Armstrong, 119.72; J. 
Armstrong, 255.37; D. Argue, 42.00; W. Arnill, 250.90; J. W. Asbury, 70.03; 
W. J. Atkinson, 88.25; Austin & Nicholson, Ltd., 110.67; S. G. Avery, 510.15; 
T. L. Avery, 606.90; E. Bainbridge, 11.47; Bainbridge Store, 312.57; T. J. Bain- 
bridge, 22.98; Baines & David, 2,801.40; F. T. BakeV, 13.44; N. Baker, 11.22; R. 
Ball, 627.90; E. Barnes, 14.70; J. M. Barr, 12.20; Barrett Co., The, 12,697.51 
R. Barrie, 23.40; L. M. Bates, 76.86; Bay City Machine Works, 1,040.53; M 
Bean & Son, 605.30; J. Beaulien, 33.75; C. Beaupre, 16.80: Beaver Wood Fibre 
Co., Ltd., 22.50; E. L. Bedford, 3,710.62; F. Beer, 70.39; Beilhartz Bros., 547.52 
J. H. Bell, 313.50; O. T. Bennett, 1,132.87; R. J. Bennett, 108.16; C. Bernstein 
724.04; W. J. Berry, 10.00; A. Besserer, 55.00; A. Bethune, 107.06; J. M. Bigelow 
18.00; J. Billinesby, 263.76; J. Bisaillon, 166.40; H. W. Bishop, 107.92; F. A 
Bishton, 34.00; Bissonette Bros., 163.17; H. Bisson, 57.50; Black Bros., 1,603.45 
J. Black, 193.50; N. Bohka, 60.00; J. Bois, 125.89; T. Bonin, 17.93; A. Booth 
30.00; N. C. Boothby, 20.59; Boston Creek Stores, 186.32; W. H. Bottenfield 
245.70; J. Boucher, 22.50; O. Boucher, 770.41; W. Boulter, 43.36; J. Bow, 65.66 
N. H. Bowers, 224.62; R. D. Bovter, 18.75; T. B. Bradley, 60.12; Brassard & 
Free, 95.68; T. L. Brassard, 119.30; F. Y. Brathwaite, 491.76; Bray Lumber Co., 
13.40; F. Brazeau, 59.26; H. S. Brennan, 340.05; J. Brethet, 40.75; Bridge Bros., 
165.58; V. Brisson, 640.21; W. Broom, 11.76; P. Broughton, 53.57; D. L. Brown, 
112.37; Brown & Co., 274.73; Brown Hoisting Machine Co., 36.61; W. Brown & 
Son, 456.34; J. Brown, 90.72; Brunne Apiaries, 11.95; G. Buciarelli, 1,315.07; 
W. Bunt, 10.50; J. W. Burgess, Ltd., 332.83; O. W. Burlev, 609.00; N. Burnett, 
13.75; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 217.16; P. Burns &' Co., 647.02; M. H. 
Burrows, 70.80; W. H. Burton, 20.95; T- Busch, 17.26; W. F. Busch, 25.35; 
R. W. Butler, 25.00; J. Byrnes, 23.00; C. D. Cahill, 9,482.36; R. Cain & Son, 
752.63; A. Cameron, 11.76; D. Cameron Co., Ltd., 83.75; Mrs. J. Cameron, 
83.67; Cameron & Heap Co., Ltd., 1,836.53; W. Camick, 33.75; A.E.Campbell, 
340.58; Campbell Grease & Oil Co., 121.81; Campbell Heating Co., 78.65; 
Canada Cement Co., 7,549.25; Canada Iron Foundries, Ltd., 42.10; Can. 
Explosives, Ltd., 22,139.16; Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 94.10; Can. 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 73.97; Can. Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., 3,960.00; Can. 
Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 874.95; Can. Kodak Co., Ltd., 18.00; Can. Oil Companies, 
Ltd., 6,103.60; Can. Packing Co., Ltd., 9,618.30; Can. Rock Drill Co., Ltd., 
40.92; Can. Timber Co., Ltd., 112.78; Can. Vatu Drying & Woodworking Co., 
Ltd., 25.38; Can. Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 1,097.13; Canniff & Williams, 563.90; 
J. Carey, 12.16; E. Carlyle, 22.00; W. Caron, 34.85; H. Carr, 42.00; N. J. Carrick, 
161.81; Carter Bros., 456.98; Cartier General Supply Co., 248.69; E. J. Carre, 
68.25; F. Cassie, 82.50; H. Cauldwell, 101.99; Central Grocery Store, 707.90; 
Central Meat Market, 1,169.68; Century Coal Co.,226.43; Chadborn Bros. ,29.58; 
ChalykoflF & Co., 36.70; Chapleau Meat Market, 815.72; A. S. Chapman, 
360.33; E. Charbonneau, 251.25; J. M. Charpentier, 140.01; E. Chauvin, 30.00; 
G. Chellow, 13.51; J. A. Cheer, 31.40; H. Chercover & Sons, 15.00; W. Chevrier, 
78.75; Child's Hardware, 396.71; A. Chretien, 174.00; W. Church, 145.00; J. 
Clark, 1,657.66; Mrs. M. A. Clark, 60.50; S. Clarke, 17.10; Cleveland Pneumatic 
Tool Co. of Canada, Ltd., 158.49; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, Ltd., 2,175.82; Cobalt 
Reduction Co., Ltd., 10.00; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Co., Ltd., 13,241.90; 
Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., 41.37; Cochrane Machine Works, 136.14; Cochrane 
Woodwork Mfg. Co., Ltd., 161.57; R. Coe, 14.36; D. C. Cole & Son, 185.19; P. 
Collver, 302.25; D. Connelly, 1,385.49; M. Connell, 140.00; A. Conrad, 36.26; 
Construction & Engineering, Ltd., 33.92; Consumers Co-operative Store, Inc., 
561.69; W. Contway, 101.00; A. G. Cook, 59.06; J. Cook, 95.24; N. W. Cook, 
36.72; E. Cooke, 44.66; A. Cooper & Sons, 14.10; Cooper-Gold Mines, Ltd., 31.50; 
W. P. Cooper, 10.50; M. Corby, 11.20; Corona Lumber Co., 40.56; W. Corriveau, 



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17.16; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 16,824.74; Coslett Hardware, 36.56; B. 
Cottrell & Sons, 18.43; W. Couch, 82.00; W. A. Coutts, 72.00; Craig Bros., 
354.21; W. H. Craig & Son, 99.36; E. J. Crann & Co., 24.85; J. Cranston, 13.04; 
J. Crearar, 28.48; H. & G. Critchley, 147.68; H. Cross, 188.58; S. Cywink, 22.15; 
F. Darby, 28.60; E. Daoust, 15.60; J. Davidson, 263.50; \Vm. Davies & Co., 
Ltd., 2,688.46; D. Deacon, 23.70; R. Deering, 62.55; C. Delong, 10.50; G. 
Desbiens, 38.47; C. Desgrosselliers, 49.77; Desjardins, Langis & Wolfe, Ltd., 
1,714.42; T. N. Desmarais, 20.68; \V. J. Detweller, 10.00; J. Dillon, 23.30; A. W. 
Dixon, 14.40; \V. Di.xon, 51.00; W. H. Di.xon & Son, 14.00; J. Doig & Co., 803.01; 
P. Doig, 426.10; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 538.75; Dominion Road 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 4,116.95; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 404.51; Dominion 
Stores, Ltd., 17.41; Dominion Tar & Chemical Co., 1,191.72; Dominion Wood 
& Lumber Co., 119.42; D. Dover Estate, 188.73; L J. Downey & Sons, 53.75; 
Dryden Lumber Co., Ltd., 131.21; Dryden Paper Co., Ltd., 94.77; M. Dubosky, 
41.00; F. Dubreuil, 25.00; J. Dufrene, 120.00; W. Dufrene, 373.00; J. 
Dugie, 18.50; W. Dukes, 23.80; J. Dumont, 18.30; C. Dumontelle, 36.75; 
D. Dunbar, 19.00; H. C. Dunbar, 4,364.42; J. Dunlop, 140.77; Dunn Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 2,980.53; Durance Bros. & Co., 8,423.46; A. H. Durand, 28.00; E. A. 
Eddy, 983.84; G. N. Eddy, 41.50; A. Ednie, 101.25; T. Edwards, 710.14; T. 
Edwards & Co., 501.39; Edwards' Lumber & Pulp, Ltd., 80.64; Electric Supply 
Co., 83.15; A. Elgie, 20.00; C. Ellis, 105.00; A. Elliott, 1,213.04; Elliott & Jones, 
219.63; F. Elmhurst, 16.15; Emo Hardware Co., 438.76; Empire Coal & Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 183.10; Erie Steam Shovel Co., 39.07; Espanolla Trading Co., 164.45; 
Evans Co., Ltd., The, 1,873.59; W. Evans, 19.95; Exclusive Meat Market, 149.08; 
R. M. Fair & Co., 38.25; J. Falkner, 37.00; A. Falardeau, 188.72; G. E. Farlinger, 
243.95; Fallis & Foote Co.. 459.62; Farmers' Co-operative Co., 15.73; J. M. 
Faulkner, 172.82; H. Feagan, 136.95; A. H. Fenn, 164.53; R. H. Fensom, 22.20; 
A. Ferguson, 20.16; A. T. Fife & Co., 1,010.78; Fife Hardware Co., 429.14; P. 
Filion, 15.35; F. Findlay, 298.88; \\ Fink, 31.96; Fink Bros., 28.80; D. A. Finlan, 
21.15; G. Finnegan, 156.00; W, Fisher, 24.00; L. Fitz, 16.00; Fitzsimmons Fruit 
Co., Ltd., 1,031.78; W. P. Flannery, 809.04; G.Fleming, 144.18; G. Flett Estate, 
115.75; J. W. Fogg, Ltd., 174.99; A. Foisie, 12.00; A. Fortier, 11.27; Fort Frances 
Flour & Feed Co., 146.25; Fort Frances Oil Co., 36.68; Fort Frances Union 
Co-operative Co., Ltd., 53.43; P. Fournier, 21.00; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 
732.05; J. Eraser, 234.85; A. Gagnon, 127.08; F. Gaenon, 33.70; T. Gagnon, 
36.32; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 3,294.68; M. Gareau, 27.96; F. Gauthier, 10.00; 
A. Gehrig, 504.43; General Meat Market, 60.71; General Supply Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 7,061.72; A. Genier, 72.00; George & Riching, 31.51; Georgian Bay 
Creamery, Ltd., 355.97; M. T. Gerhart, 80.64; J. Gibbons, 75.03; J. J. Gibbons, 
Ltd., 79.66; C. S. Giles, 41.20; A. W. Gilmour, 179.35; M. Godin, 19.26; F. 
Goldrup, 33.75; H. Goodman & Son, 94.85; G. Gordon & Co., 1,340.70; W. 
Graham, 15.00; Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., 2,183.51; P. J Grant, 743.17; 
H. J. Gratton, 30.60; E. Gravelle, 20.00; Gravenhurst Hardware Co., Ltd., 
172.85; S. Green, 27.36; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 108.22; Greenwood Hard- 
ware, 124.74; S. Greenwood & Son, 595.31; A. ]. Griffith, 22.70; T. Grigg, 686.48; 
Grocery Store, The, 156.65; C. Guenette, 48.02; P. Guevremont, 30.03; D. 
Guilmette, 10.56; Gunns', Ltd., 449.03; A. G. Guy, 12.00; Hadfield-Penfield 
Steel Co., 1,431.41; F. Haskell, 148.98; Mrs. A. D. Hall, 17.00; Adam Hall, Ltd., 
20.31; O. Halme, 11.37; Ham & McLeod, 1,591.11; R. Hamer, 71.01; Hamilton 
Bridge Works Co., Ltd., 12,460.00; G. D. Hamilton, 55.86; J. A. Hamilton, 
284.88; W. Hanna & Co., 11.00; V. Hanninen, 11.10; C. E. Harmsworth, 16.50; 
Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 6,957.90; J. Hastings, 195.23; Hawk Lake Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 9,608.89; Hawkins Bros., Ltd., 67.50; G. Hays, 24.00; Hearst 
Lumber Co., 53.51; E. L. HeasHp, 27.20; A. Hiakkila, 48.95; G. Heinsa, 42.60; 
R. HembrufT, 212.25; Henderson Hardware Co., 234.35; C. Henrich, 436.13; 
Hern Hardware, Ltd., 544.87; P. W. Herron, 125.00; Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 
927.00; H. H. Hettler Lumber Co., 265.16; J. Hicks, 12.00; Mrs. F. Hill, 97.10; 
J. Hill, 105.00; T. E. Hill, 1,316.66; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 355.08; Hills' Dairy, 
17.00; J. E. Hill, 75.00; T. Hill, 58.13; Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 211.95; 
N. Hiatapakka, 70.08; Hobson-Gauthier, Ltd., 4,730.26; Hocken Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 86.51; J. HofTman, 435.16; L Holmes, 78.27; J. Holoski, 25.50: F. W. 
Holt, 4,004.48; Hope Lumber Co., 18.08; C. Horley, 93.00; Howey Gold Mines, 
Ltd., 4,654.50; Hudson Bay Co., The, 516.22; G. W. Hughes & Co., Ltd., 174.35; 
Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 16.21; D. S. Humphreys, 29.62; S. Hunt, 18.05; J. S. 
Hunter, 257.44; W. A. Hunter, 46.00; Huntsville Lumber Co., Ltd., 19.87; 
Hussey-Ferrier Meat Co., Ltd., 479.73; G. Hutchison, 70.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 

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21,500.72; International Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 405.88; Iroquois Falls 
Merchandising Co., Ltd., 2,055.50; S. Irwin, 691.04; F. Isaac, 12.53; A. J. 
Jackson, 213.00; E. Jackson, 929.80; Jackson Bros., 16.10; J. A. Jackson, 630.00; 
D. James, 33.24; T. Jeffrey, 29.00; Mrs. D. Jenkins, 18.60; J. Jenkins, 12.00; 
S. Jenkins, 19.18; L. J. Jewell & Co., 320.73; T. Jodoin, 293.57; J. A. Johnson, 
27.40; A. Johnston, 75.42: G. Johnston, 30.00; I. F. Jones Mfg. Co., Ltd., 138.78; 
H. S. Jones, 51.78; P. A. Jones, 26.60; P. P. Jones, 27.73; Jones Paint & Varnish 
Co., 57.50; W. Juhola, 401.48; A. Kaki, 71.65; Kapuskasing Supply Co., 5,819.16; 
J. Kaufman, Ltd., 74.76; J. Kay, 20.25; T. Kay, 163.49; W. H. Keenan, 451.45; 
Keewatin Boat Works, 24.00; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 746.58; Keely & Kim- 
berley, 419.04; Kena Stores, 183.96; C. Kennedy, 13.00; J. F. Kennedy, 44.10; 
A. Kerr, 16.20; W. E. Kerr, 407.50; Keyes' Hardware Ltd., 55.31; H. B. Killoran, 
26.25; Kingsboro & Baxter, 111.77; H. Kirby, 29.00; N. W. Kirby, 220.85; 
Kirkland Lake Lumber Co., 299.05; Kirkland Lake Bakery, 76.20; N. Kirowac, 
22.50; D. Kivisto, 65.00; M. Klinga, 105.00; Knight Bros., 18.53; E. Kolman, 
120.00; H. Korhonen, 28.85; D. Korman, 614.10; J. Korpi, 89.00; J. Kosmo, 
15.50; J. Kozack, 40.32; Laberge Lumber Co., 1,224.83; D. Lacombe, 226.61; 
La Compagne Fauquier, Ltd., 62.70; J. Lacroix, 37.50; W. Lacroix, 112.88; 
C. Ladd, 187.44; C. Lafreniere, 14.70; N. Laine, 246.00; Lake of the Woods 
Milling Co., Ltd., 413.40; P. Lamarche, 32.80; R. Lang, 20.00; Langlois & Bats- 
ford, 26.12; W. H. Lamoh, 35.70; J. Lamoureaux, 70.00; K. Lampainen, 19.03; 
H. Langford, 120.78; L. Langstaff, 1,547.67; Langstaff Mercantile Co., Ltd., 70.90; 
R. Lanktree, 17.50; M. Lappalainen, 16.20; P. Lapenski, 47.92; F. Lapoint, 
20.00; D. Lapratte, 81.00; Larkin Lumber Co., Ltd., 53.89; C. Larocque & Sons, 
300.02; J. Larocque. 190.80; J. Larson, 22.40; A. Laurin, 38.45; A. Lavine, 50.88; 
J. Lawrence, 26.77; W. Leclair, 30.00; F. Leduc, 28.00; G. Leduc, 10.50; Mrs. E. 
Lee, 19.05; E. Leeney, 39.11; P. Lefevre, 16.00; J. Legault, 63.94; A. Leggate, 
40.20; T. Legros, 140.62; F. Lehman, 36.72; J. Lehman, 30.94; E. W. Lennox, 
11.25; W. Lethbridge, 10.00; E. Levesque, 350.98; Lewis Bros., Ltd., 433.22; R. 
Lillie, 135.73; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., 1,228.47; Lindstrom & Nilson, 117.90; 
R. Little, 11.72; Mrs. H. Littlefield, 13.69; D. S. Litster, 50.00; H. T. Lloyd, 
7,703.15; G. A. Lockerly, 113.00; A. C. Logan, 50.90; Jno. Long, 74.37; A. Lorrain, 
11,74; Mrs. C. Lorrimer, 29.60; London Concrete Machinery Co., Ltd., 12.35; 
T. R. Lougheed, 17.85; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 1,600.29; Robt. Lundy, 40.00; 
W. T. Lundy, 15.12; Mrs. H. McAinsh, 111.10; M. N. McArthur, 14.50; J. N. 
McAuley, 103.00; A. McCallum, 10.00; Jno. McCans, 19.80; McCauley Bros., 
125.77; Jno. McCauley, 22.80; A. McCann, 15.85; M. McClelland, 156.00; 
L. McCloskey, 368.47; J. D. McColeman, 18.25; J. F. McColeman, 225.00; 
W, McColeman, 14.10; McColl Bros., 720.31; D. McCormick, 47.00; J. 
McCraken, 52.10; A. E. McDonald, 14.10; Jno. McDonald, 87.50; W. Mc- 
Donald, 25.20; A. A. J. MacDonald, 1,177.14; MacDonalds Consolidated, 
Ltd., 3,716.61 ; J. J. McFadden, Ltd., 463.72; H. E. McGill, 5,486.38; T. McGrath, 
293.79; Mrs. F. C. Mclnnes, 145.00; A. A. Mcintosh, Ltd., 1,036.94; Mcintosh 
Grain & Feed Co., Ltd., 48.40; Mcjannet, Ltd., 1,466.27; A. McKechnie, 178.88; 
H. McKenzie, 28.65; McKinlev, Darragh, Savage Mines, Ltd., 85.80; McKinley 
Hardware Co., 15.55; Jno. McKinnon, 24.15; McKinnon & Ronan, 85.37; A. H. 
McLachlan, 18.80; Robt. McLarty, 30.39; N. W. McLean, 10.00; F. McLellan, 
588.89; J. T. MacLennan & Son, 1,663.66; D. S. McLeod, 325.09; R. McLeod, 
^5.00; D. McMillan, 27.50; J. McMillan, 36.00; J. C. McMillan, 301.50; B. R. 
McMullin, 61.50; J. McNeil, 528.59; Angus McPhee, 135.40; Douglas McPhee, 
134.00; M. McPhee, 40.40; D. A. McQuarrie, 504.95; Donald McRae, 513.50; 
Jno. McWhinnev. 56.50; H. Mackie, 91.30; Mageau Lumber Co., Ltd., 162.64; 
T. H. Magill & Co., 244.27; Geo. Maguire, 30.70; A. Majava, 12.00; A. Mairs. 
137.55; H. Maki, 18.00; R. Maki, 114.00; Jas. Maley, 125.17; A. Maloney, 
222.73; P. Maltais, 10.50; Manitoulin Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd., 11.27; Mani- 
toulin Gardens, 30.03; Manitoulin Pulp Co., 30.00; Manson's Meat Market, 
393.13; Geo. Mantha, 20.04; Maple Leaf Lumber Co., 64.00; Maple Leaf Milling 
Co., Ltd., 249.40; Marathon Lumber Co., Ltd., 300.88; Marks-Clavet, Dobie 
Co., Ltd., 2,651.33; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 786.13; A. Martin, 11.00; E. 
Martin, 18.00; H. Martin, 20.00; N. Martin, 12.00; Wm. Martin, 45.00; W. H. 
Martin, 99.06; Jos. Masse, 139.20; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 1,562.18; Mattagami 
Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 231.27; Matthews Sash & Door Co., 107.50; Leonard 
Maville, 10.00; V. Maxwell, 43.45; Meaford Steel Products, 1,703.59; Jno. 
Meilleur, 13.95; Chas. Mellor, 7,636.99; Menzies Bros., 493.22; Metallic Roofing 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 13,199.68; Mevers Bros., 105.31; Mickle, Dyment & Son, 
1,343.48; C. Miller. 35.50; R. C. Miller, 187.65; W. H. Miller & Son, 885.55; 



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J. H. Milligan, 68.55; W. W. Mills, 978.06; Wm. Milne & Son, 401.52; The 
Milton, Francis Lumber Co., 155.77; Milwaukee Tool & Forge Co., 30.67; A. 
Mitchell, 19.06; Frank Mitchell, 58.80; Mitchell Hardware & Supplv, Ltd., 
655.17; Mode! Bakerv, 10.75; Moe Bros., 379.04; Monarch Oil Co., Ltd., 4,888.97; 
Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., 67.92; Montieth Inn, 868.95; A. Montgomery, 19.00; 
W. A. Montrov, 12.05; Moore Bros., 352.62; Geo. B. Moore, 15.00; G. More, 
13.50; O. Morel, 667.38; J. G. Morphet, 666.82; Geo. K. Morrison, 42.53; 
Morrow & Beattv, Ltd., 40.03; Mount McKav Feed Co., Ltd., 2,520.59; H. 
Murdock, 93.19; R. Murphv, 104.58; A. L. Murrav, 345.16; Jno. Murray, 13.20; 
W. B. J. Murrav, 15.51; Mussens, Ltd., 44.85; j. B. Myers, 16.86; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 18,974.38; National Steel Car Corpn., Ltd., 36.43; L. Neault, 
13.50; Jacob Nealv, 143.39; Bvron Nelder, 80.32; H. L. Netherton, 113.36; G. 
C. Newell, 43.55; J. H. Newell & Co., 2,015.24; Jos. Newman, 22.00; I. Newport, 
27.00; J. Niemi, 120.00; Nipigon Baken.-, 77.53; J. Noble, 81.90; L. Nordin, 120.00; 
Northern Builders' Supply Co., 35. 90; Northern Canada Supply Co., Ltd. ,3, 797. 01; 
Northern Coal & Supply Co., 145.65; Northern Electric Co., 19.00; Northern 
Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 1,710.87; Northern Explosives, Ltd., 815.08; 
Northern Farmers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., 257.77; Northern Feed & Seed Co., 
Ltd., 1,725.30; Northern Foundr\- & Machine Co., Ltd., 284.59; W. Nurmi, 
241.33; Jno. Nutt, 43.75; J. F. Oakes, 16.00; H. J. L. Ogden, 1-2.48; H. Ogden, 
39.00; C. E. O'Gorman, 12.80; R. O'Gradv, 93.60; S. Osborne, Ltd., 90.00; 
Wm. Fallot, 54.35; E. Paquette, 45.68; F. Paquette, 19.57; J. T. Paquette, 
25.99; A. Parent, 99.00; C. R. Parker, 14.20; Geo. S. Parker, 155.21; C. Parsons, 
58.20; Jno. Passeall, 19.08; W. J. Passmore. 330.10; J. A. Patterson, 223.44; S. G. 
Patterson, 43.00; W. J. Patterson, 15.00; H. Pawson, 131.20; W. Pawson, 72.00; 
W. Pavette. 63.42; Peacocks Bros., Ltd., 199.02; Pedlar People, Ltd., 21,298.64; 

C. Pedskanhy, 32.50; E. Pellow, 2,227.34; Pellow & ]McMeekin, 427.11; Peerless 
Baking Co., 20.00; Peerless Hardware 504.97; Pembroke Lumber Co., Ltd., 554.55; 
W. G. Percv, 29.55; A. L. Perkins & Co., 18.00; N. Perkovitch, 11.71; Peter Perlin, 
73.31; J. \V. Pern,-, 1,884.94; Perron & Marsh, Navigation Co., 45.92; Perth, 
Ltd., 335.73; Peterborough Canoe Co., 277.15; Geo. Pharand, 10.23; W. Phillips, 
52.99; Chas. Pierce & Sons, 157.36; Pierce Lumber Co., 12.82; O. H. Pierce, 
300.00; R. Pinard, 98.30; Piper Hardware Co., 1,524.80; A. Pitt, Ltd., J,924.64; 
Plummer-Ferguson Hardware Co., Ltd., 597.87; A. Poliquin, 161.76; Wm. 
Pollock & Son, Ltd., 1,461.74; J. Porier, 31.84; H. H. Porlier, 28.58; J. P. Porrier, 
67.76; Port Arthur Hardware, Ltd., 161.95; W. Potter, 43.00; C. H. Powell & 
Son, 640.57; Powell Equipment Co., Ltd., 282.25; W. E. Pratt, 1,317.97; T. G. 
Prideaux, 12.50; Prest-0-Lite Co. of Canada, 146.93; H. S. Price, 200.25; 
E. F. Priddle & Co., 23.18; O. H. Pronger, 54.00; E. Proulx. 15.00; C. E. Prouty, 
120.00; Qualitv Meat Market, 127.80; Qualitv Meat & Grocerv Co., Ltd., 
386.17; G. W. Quantz, 30.00; Fred Quinn, i21.9'9; David Rae, 38.70; H. Raine, 
10.01; G. E. Rainev, 180.00; Geo. Ralph, 16.75; B. H. Rands, 27.20; Z. Ranger. 
14.24; H. Rates. 181.55; J. Raymond, 42.30; Reamsbottom & Edwards, 182.32; 

D. C. Rea, 20.00; J. A. Redfern, 16.00; G. H. Reid, 19.07; Jno Reid, 641.40; 
Reilly Hardware Co., Ltd., 11.15; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 10.15; B. Renshaw, 
90.00; F. C. Richardson, 1,043.72; W. A. Riddell Co., 1,422.48; M. J. Rivers, 
151.39; Jno. Robinson, 13.00; Rogers' Fruit Co., 12.85; :M. Romeo, 3,332.00; 

A. Ross cS: Son, Ltd., 214.39; D. Rousseau, 15.12; H. H. Rov, 400.69; N. T. Roy, 
56.64; R. Russell, 15.00; A. St. Denis, 50.88; F. St. Jacques, 150.08; J. C. St. 
Laurent, 470.21; M.St. Michel. 20.12; Sadowiski & Co., 81.40; F. Sagne, 10.62; 

B. Sagevin. 19.20; Nic Salo, 161.26; J. Saloma, 13.00; Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., 
2.604.86; D. Sarazin, 30.40; Sault Ste. Marie Coal & Wood Co., Ltd., 223.52; 
P. Swaze, 16.98; Sawver-Massey Co., Ltd., 9,229.94; A. Scarrow, 87.51; J. 
Scagel, 15.00; C. Scarfone, 113.07; iMrs. D. Schell, 13.63; C. Schultz, 49.43; J. 

C. Scott, 201.76; O. Scott, 10.60; T. Scott, 80.84; W. J. Scott, 83.72; Searchmont 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 230.75; J. A. Seed, 18.00; W. E. Seed, 90.90; H. See, 11.44; 
L. Sequin & Fils, 1,090.20; H. A. Semple, 51.97; J. A. Serre, 14.15; Shankman 
Bros., 86.44; B. Shannon, 44.50; Shaw & Shea, 516.05; A. Shaw, 185.82; C. V. 
Shaw, 471.20; P. Shea, 30.55; Shepherdson. Ltd., 25.00; P. Sherwin, 73.95; Shevlin- 
Clarke Co., Ltd., 1,566.19; Shortreed Lumber Co., Ltd., 12.00; G. E. Sim, 18.08; 
O. Simard, 35.06; A. Simpson, 19.50; F. Slater, 1,635.47; F. B. Skidmore, 25.00; 
Skelton Woollen Mills Co., 406.31 ; W. F. Smart, 11.60; H. Smeeth, 47.06; Smith 
& Chappie, Ltd., 1,002.38; Smith & Travers Co., Ltd., 75.02; H. Smith, 43.68; 
L. Smith, 90.48; J. B. Smith & Sons, 682.42; G. T. Snowden, 19.25; G. Solomon 
& Bros., 23.65; R. H. Somes, 162.55; Soo Lumber & Mills, Ltd., 5,427.11; A. 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Camp and Road Equipment, Etc. — (Continued 

Soulchuk, 63.00; Spanish River Lumber Co., Ltd., 62.50; P. Spiegel, 39.54; 
Splitdorf Electrical Co., 36.72; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 10.24; W. 
Squire, 88.52; J. Stadniskv, 12.00; Standard Chemical Co., Ltd., 92.96; Standard 
Planing Mills & Lumber Co., Ltd., 268.85; Standard Store, 934.31; Steel Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., 278.50; A. L. Steele, 133.54; P. Stepavoy, 50.27; A. W. Stewart, 
189.92; H. Stewart, 32.10; H. Stockdale, 84.50; J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
77.67; Stone Lumber Co., Ltd., 251.29; R. Stone, 30.05; S. Stoneman, 14.12; 
W. Stoneman, 32.05; R. Storie, 54.20; D. Strachan, 78.02; R. W. Strain, 31.15; 
Stratton Hardware Co., 55.93; Sudbury Construction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 
154.49; Sullivan Machinery^ Co., 3,245.10; Sullivan & Shillington, 5,065.37; W. 
F. Sullivan, 359.89; M. Sundin, 108.78; Superior Iron & Steel Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 584.00: J. W. Sutherland, 22.50; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 433.91; P. V. 
Symes, 123.64; D. C. Talbot, 26.20; L. C. Tario, 169.00; Geo. Taylor Hardware, 
Ltd., 78.35; F. Taylor, 50.60; H. Tavlor. 544.46; M. Taylor, 2,033.17; 
T. & N. O. Railwav Commission, 1,452.30; G. Temple, 123.75; G. Tennant, 
56.04; R. B. Tennant & Co., 1,994.61; W. L Thayer, 118.07; Township of Thes- 
salon, 17.75; Thompson & Heyland Lumber Co., 115.73; E. S. Thompson & Son, 
40.17; W. G. Thompson, 3,828.36; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 179.79; 
W. J. Tilson, 108.75; Tompkins' Hardware, 1,787.57; E. J. Tooley, 76.38; J. 
Torn, 138.00; T. F. Travis, 66.75; T. Trimble, 195.92; J. W. Tripp, 20.00; R. 
Trott, 22.36; W. L. Trotter, 167.92; W. Trotter, 3,781.72; J. W. Troyer, 10.80; 
S. H. Trover, 10.40; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 14.64; Trout Creek Stove Co., 
2,685.44; G. Trudeau, 11.75; A. Tucker, 51.20; D. J. Turineck, 65.76; B. H. 
Turner Co., Ltd., 11,787.93; Union Abattoir Co., 159.34; Utterson Lumber Co., 
11.19; Vaillancourt & Daoust, 33.30; A. B. Vaillancourt, 85.78; A. Vallee, 430.28; 
J. Vanalstein, 14.00; W. E. Van Cliff, 248.85; Varey Bros., 5,654.79; S. Veraldi, 
102.00; A. Voisson. 75.92; Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 771.24; F. Wallace, 25.62; 
J. G. Wallace, 15.00; W. C. Warburton & Co., Ltd., 7,937.06; Ware Bros., 388.86; 
Waterous, Ltd., 314.60; R. O. Watson, 118.94; W. Webster, 75.00; E. Weeks, 
32.40; G. Weiler, 31.20; Weismiller Bros., 50.00; Welch Bros., 1,810.11; Wells' 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 1,593.96; Western Grocers, Ltd., 3,877.32; T. Weston, 
248.50; Wettlaufer Bros., Ltd., 67.53; E. A. White, 1,116.17; G. L. White, 34.08; 

E. Whitehead, 64.25; J. Whitehead, 168.55; Whitten Co., Ltd., 20.70; E. Wiclum, 
59.00; A. Wickstead, 106.55; C. R. Widgren, 352.34; S. Wilkin, 257.44; Williams' 
Hardware Co., 1,423.11; Williams & Scott, 2,150.49; Mrs. F. Willis, 21.42; C. 
Willmott, 22.68; Willow Grove Market Gardeners, 46.82; A. S. Wilson & Co., 
83.50; Wilson Bros., 58.53; Mrs. G. Wilson, 37.72; Mrs. H. Wing, 47.50; J. 
Winterbottom, 309.69; A. Witry, 257.49; M. Woater, 116.06; F. A. Wockner, 
37.00; Wood Hvdraulic Hoist & Bodv Co., Ltd., 52.26; Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
200.42; J. Woods, 18.76; R. R. Woods, 935.44; J. Wright, 13.25; W. T. Wright, 
166.53; A. Yeas, 28.40; J. L. Yelle, 1,439.89; J. Zuffa, 95.75: petty disbursements, 

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Contracts.— E. Albert, 319.17; J. E. AUcroft, 112.50; Alex Anderson, 726.73: F. B. 
Anderson, 112.17; Andrew & Carl, 67.50; Angus & Tavlor, 318,638.30; J. Angus, 
196.00; G. F. Bates, 52.50; J. Beauvais, 87.50; A. Berlinghoff, 620.40; Biglow & 
Malseed, 3,493.80; A. Blais, 206.90; D. Boldoc, 317.20; G. V. Bouthot, 166.10; 

F. L. Brassard, 373.31; J. L. Brown, 566.23; P. L. Burke, 130.00; P. Caron, 
140.00; Ed. Chabot, 118.60; A. Chretain, 722.20; F. Cloutier, 169.75; V. Cloutier, 
194.38; E. Comeau, 297.30; Geo. Comeau, 93.20; Construction & Engineering, 
Ltd., 248,143.21; A. Coutemarche, 962.50; L. A. Dent, 271.20; G. Desbiens, 
115.27; A. Dubreil, 392.00; J. H. Dumoulin, 417.20; R. S. Eady, 655.00; Wm. 
Flood, 73.13; W. H. Foster, 37.50; Hans Frisk, 151.83; Hill-Gagnon, 3,681.94; 
Jas. Gagnon, 566.55; Paul Gagnon, 676.90; Grant Bros. Construction Co., Ltd., 
23,220.08; Grant & Akervick. 37.10; E. Green, 435.75; Frank Groulx, 357.98; 
E. Haves, 84.00; Fred Horduchuk, 1,838.24; G. Hortig, 425.07; D. H. Hatte, 
250.10; E. Huhtala, 577.10; L. E. James, 400.55; Eli Jenkins, 1,994.97; E. 
T. Johnson, 110.42; G. Johnson, 63.75; R. Johnson, 1,345.95; G. Jothsberg, 
2,280.00; R. P. Kanna, 2,271.62; V. Korkoneu, 636.85; Lake Superior Construct- 
ing & Developing Co., 7,009.69; Jos. Lariviere, 360.00; G. Latimer, 196.00; J. 
Latendresse, 76.88; L. Larochelle, 138.00; A. Laurin, 105.98; E. Lavoie, 165.00; 
Herb Lennox, 1,674.00; W. W. Lethbridge, 3,651.78; C. M. McCarthy, 2,000.00; 
Jno.McKinley,69.00; McLean &Milligan, 135, 129.07; L. McLean & Co., 12,505.60; 
J. T. McLennan, 1,677.37; Wm. McVittie, 7,233.34; N. W. Marden, 261.75; 
Martinson & Demarco, 7,098.43; E. Mattila, 246.31; C. Melnik, 327.06; G. A. 
Mitchell, 412.00; A. Moreau, 65.25; R. Murphy, 319.47; B. Nevala, 998.25: 



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R. Osborne, 1,069.10; S. Osetry, 2,630.97; Elic Parisee, 267.30; I. Pelletier 
654.20; F. Perras, 111.53; Chas. Peterson, 1,202.32; Leonard Pott, 270.03; A 
Potom, 148.96; F. Prokopik, 178.88; D. Rainville, 842.62; W. H. Rouse, 120.25 
J. I. Rousson, 110.00; H. T. Routley, 64,850.68; G. Roy, 533.00; J. Savela 
202.80; L. Samson, 21.13; Chas. St. Jean, 381.00; Frank Seaton. 81.87; N. Shew- 
chuk, 2,372.64: Geo. Shewchuk, 764.25; S. W. Slee, 236.00; Harold Smith, 601.50 
Douglas Spencer, 164.00; W. Steperenko, 98.57; A. G. Stiles, 113.40; W. C 
Stoneman, 1,382.18; W. Switz, 1,067.00; F. Thomas, 152.45; B. Topaloff, 1,004.61 
J. Towich, 4,678.00; S. Tremblay, 231.00; Jos. Valleires, 698.84; Walsh Con- 
struction Co., 12,304.98; Harold Watkins, 260.00; A. J. Watkinson, 1,000.50 
E. Watson, 540.00; R. Wightman, 2,438.00; G. W. Wilkie, 585.00; sundry 
contractors, Workmen's Compensation Board, assessments, 193.67 



Gravel and Rock.— A. Adams, 89.20; F. M. Aggis, 49.29; Wm. Alcock, 21.05 
F. Ames, 25.83; Geo. Anderson, 23.85; H. Anderson, 92.80; Norman Anderson 
16.62; Edwin Anslev, 28.50; Alex. Arbour, 16.10; Oscar Arbour, 42.70; Ben 
Archibald, 110.95; Wm. Armstrong, 49.70; J. Arnold, 18.40; F. Ashton, 27.50 
D. Asselin, 155.25; Wm. Astle, 27.60; Ed. Atthill, 54.60; J. Aubin, 20.60; Alex 
Audette, 21.70; Backus-Brooks Co., 1,282.50; D. N. Bailey, 72.90; A. Barnes 
20.00; E. A. Bartlett, 13.00; Robt. Batty, 18.15; N. Boufford, 32.50; Alex 
Beaudrv, 232.60; Isaac Bedard, 18.40; Chas. Belisle, 66.55; Peter Bell, 14.00 
O. A. Bennett, 15.60; Edw. Besaw, 11.00; C. H. Betts, 222.73; Jno. Begg, 11.75 
A. Belanger, 12.60; W. C. Bird, 47.10; T. Blackburn, 35.00; Victor Bloom, 78.60 
W. J. Bolton, 275.88; T. Bonefaut, 41.60; Gideon Bonin, 47.80; Jas. Bow, 24.70 
S. O. Braatan, 46.90; I. Brabant, 12.10; J. T. Brett, 11.50; Brockville Loan & 
Savings Co., 66.60; A. Brown, 40.30; J. Brouse, 289.80; Bruce Mines Trap Rock 
Co., 2,108.52; Wm. Bryan, 92.00; Wm. Bukowski, 61.20; J. Burmaster, 89.30; 
Miss L Burman, 22.61; A. Burton, 28.30; Claude Caldwell, 28.60; Ab. Cameron, 
23.30; Mrs. R. Cameron, 20.80; Canadian National Railways, 833.25; Jno. 
Cannard, 64.05; J. Cardiff, 66.40; J. Carey, 11.40; Gus Carlson, 103.60; H. Carr, 
95.05; Jas. Carter, 23.70; Jas. Case, 38.45; Leo Cashaback, 628.10; P. Castonguav, 
16.25; Wm. Caufield, 152.58; Chambers & Co., 191.60; E. Charbonnaux, 18.80; 
J. Chaumont, 187.65; J. B. Cherrier, 218.30; J. E. Chevier, 50.40; Manley Chew, 
462.00; R. Church, 23.40; J. C. Clow, 14.30; Geo. Cook, 271.40; Wm. Cook, 
76.45; Geo. Cooper, 11.70; J. Contin, 13.90; Moses Corbierre, 11.40; R. Cerriveau, 
12.20; Chas. Cosby, 28.87; A. Cotman. 15.80; G. F. R. Crompton, 76.00; Mrs. L. 
Cryderman, 163.55; V. Crepeau, 30.65; F. E. Gulp, 44.55; Mrs. M. Cyr, 12.30; 
W. Damon, 66.20; F. Dane, 74.00; E. Darby, 30.60; A. H. Davis, 59.05; J. Davis, 
103.10; Mrs. Peter Debossigi, 15.00; H. Deline, 13.00; Dept. of Indian Affairs, 
130.25; Asa Desforge, 29.50; C. Desjardins, 35.40; W. Dickenson, 57.60; Peter 
Donaldson, 16.00; A. Dowker, 209.45; Geo. Dowson, 74.70; Mrs. A. Draper 
206.00; Chas. Draper, 13.60; Mrs. D. Draper, 34.00; Wm. Draper, 33.40; Ben 
Dufoe. 71.70; D. Dufoe, 17.40; C. Duhamel. 30.20; W. Driver, 37.20; Mrs. A 
Dustin, 282.90; Mrs. O. Dustin, 137.60; Emil Duval, 14.70; A. Duxbur> , 12.60 
N. J. Duxbury, 30.00; W. Duxburv, 12.30; A. Eakitt, 10.10; L. Eakitt, 52.50 
Henry Edgar, 123.07; W. G. Emerj', 40.00; E. Erickson, 12.70; Wm. Fassett 
106.00; Arch. Ferguson, 44.50; J. L. Ferguson, 31.55; A. Fisk, 91.55; Bert 
Fleming, 27.20; Mrs. Fred Folbert, 30.00; J. Fontaine, 66.60; D. Forcier, 19.20 
F. Forget, 80.00; Mrs. Eliz. Forsythe, 45.80; A. Fortin, 10.00; J. Fairnier, 20.00 
Jno. Fowler, 29.20; M. Franklin, 62.40; James Eraser, 57.10; H. Frederick 
11.80; Bert Fudge, 13.44; R. Fuller, 339.45; A. Fults, 110.44; A. L. Gagnon 
19.50; J. Grangras, 167.05; M. Gadourg, 68.80; Thos. Ganton, 84.50; D. Gascon 
16.20; J. Gasselin, 239.35; C. F. Gaudr>', 61.80; A. Gauthier, 13.10; P. Gauthier 
10.80; A. Gearv, 20.00; H. Gold, 15.50; A. Goodchild, 18.00; O. Goreau, 10.95 
J. Gorrill, 17.50; R. Graham, 23.10; Wm. Graham, 20.20; H. Goulard, 12.40 
W. F. Graft, 26.30; F. Green, 35.00; V. Hokola, 11.90; John E. Hall, 16.50 
W. M. Haner. 204.95; O. Hansen, 18.22; A. C. Har\-ev, 13.60; Albert Haufschild 
72.00; Wm. Hayes, 120.00; F. Havwards, 13.50; E. Heaslip, 55.00; J. J. Heuzel 
130.00; B. D. Hermiston, 10.30; C. Heward, 63.35; Albert E. Hill, 26.80; Robt 
Hill, 30.00; Mrs. M. Hodder, 44.60; H. J. Hodge, 31.60; H. Hoffman, 18.32; L 
HoUey, 11.70; J. Hovev. 49.60; Wm. Hotchkiss, 20.10; Thos. Hungerford, 15.00 
L Humphrey, 20.55; J. Hunter, 48.10; E. Hurtibese, 38.70; Jno. Hussev, 14.10 
Nic Hutziel, 212.10; N. Hyatt, 268.34; International Lumber Co., 89.30; Inter- 
national Nickel Co., 319.50; A. Israelson, 18.00; Peter Jeffrey, 64.40; Mrs. I. J. 
Jellv, 101.50; Chas. Jervais, 20.80; S. W. Jewitt, 15.30; C. Johnson, 18.65; Jos. 
Tohn, 42.50; I. Johnson, 43.80; L. Johnston, 14.00; Wm. Judge, 129.60; K. 
kalli, 48.65; Jno. Kay, 27.00; Ken. Kemp, 22.50; Earl Killins, 56.00; Jas. King, 
18.60; J. H. Kirk. 22.30: A. Kirkpatrick, 10.00; H. Kock, 101.47; M. Koss, 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 

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97.70; James Kozak, 110.00; A. Kropelin, 85.00; A. Lachance, 10.60; R. Laconte, 
15.95; A. La Fortune, 205.00; E. Lafrance, 12.90; L. Lafreniere. 41.10; Jno. 
Lahti, 316.45; Felix Lajennesse, 36.00; J. A. Laird, 10.10; Mrs. Lamothe, 74.00; 
M. Laundry, 137.45; Felix Lance, 97.85; J. Langstaff, 33.25; A. Laprette, 47.55; 
Ed. Larchelle, 58.30; A. Larocque, 103.35; Wm. Larocque, 13.20; R. Larett, 
14.10; V. Larochelle, 24.10; O. Lebrecht, 14.50; T. Leclair, 95.30; P. Lecoupe, 
59.25; Jos. Legault, 43.50; Jas. Leners, 70.00; T. Levola, 50.00; A. J. Lewis, 
92.20; A. Lavasseur, 90.35; G. Livingstone, 55.35; Wm. Lockhart, 224.28; W. E. 
Long, 23.50; H. H. Looker, 25.50; Lash & Kamaranskv, 91.37; N. Love, 12.00; 
J. T. Lovell, 137.20; R. J. Lovell, 42.30; R. Lundv, 12.30; C. Luscombe, 21.10; 
Frank Lees, 171.45; Neil McAllister, 48.20; Wm. McAllister, 26.10; A. McArthur, 
25.40; John McArthur, 117.20; A. McCallum, 96.30; J. McClocklin, 11.63; Jno. 
McCormick, 20.80; Wm. McCormack, 118.85; J. McCrearv, 114.30; Clifford 
McCutcheon, 44.80; P. D. McDonald, 14.10; M. L. McDonald, 82.85; Wm. 
McDonald, 27.30; Whit McDonald, 73.50; And. McEwen, 16.20; Jno. McGibbon, 
10.20; J. R. McGregor, 28.00; J. J. McFadden, Ltd., 67.30; Alex Mclntyre, 
67.10; The Maclntyre Estate, 157.00; D. B. McKav, 29.70; Neil McKechnie, 
14.40; Jas. McKinlev, 39.40; J. E. McLandress, 31.20; Robt. McLarty, 15.60; 
A. B. McLean & Sons, 143.60; Donald McLean, 55.95; A. McLeod, 34.35; T. 
McMillan, 50.40; D. P. McMinniman, 49.35; J. A. McNabb, 40.80; Jas. Mc- 
Namara, 30.00; M. McNultv, 47.50; Neal McPhee, 11.90; B. McSourlev, 146.20; 
Ely Mailloux, 32.40; H. Manninen, 20.40; Chas. xMarcellus, 91.30; T. Marion, 
20.05; MissM. Marks, 18.30; D'Arcv Martin, 160.95; E. Martin, 18.10; T. Martin, 
26.30; A. Mathews, 18.10; W. Mathews, 125.60; M. Mattson, 18.00; H. Matheson, 
14.50; Mrs. J. C. Mearns, 118.00; F. Milne, 16.00; G. Montgomer%-, 37.70; J. J. 
Montrov, 223.00; Francis Moore, 44.05; L Moore, 16.00; J. J. Moore, 27.00; 
Ed. Morphv, 30.00; R. Nadon, 15.75; N. Nadon, 33.60; Mose Nanawan, 66.70; 
Robt. Neely, 154.89; Jno. Neimi, 10.20; Jacob Neelev, 124.67; Andrew Nelson, 
76.80; C. E. Newell, 20.40; Jos. Newburn, 18.75; Mrs. F. Nichol, 28.40; Aug. 
Nicholson, 10.00; Johnston Noble, 37.20; W. H. Noble, 26.40; O. Nitchie, 65.60; 
Jno. Morris, 28.30; W. Nurmi, 33.85; A. Norrena, 17.50; A. W. Mitchell, 30.40; 
Jno. Orr, 11.40; R. Pacey, 103.80; A. Poitras, 14.90; Wells Parkinson, 43.20; 
A. Parks, 29.25; Frank Patterson, 33.40; Mrs. C. Paul, 237.90; M. Paulson, 
11.30; Ralph Pearson, 36.00; R. Peever, 28.00; R. Pelland, 38.45; C. J. Penno, 
48.70; E. Perreault, 17.00; Douglas Perrv, 39.60; J. Perry, 112.10; Sam Perry, 
735.50; R. Phillips, 10.53; Paul Picard, 30.05; A. Pichette. 10.90; H. Piert, 
80.00; Hec. Pilon, 25.65; E. Plante, 27.70; Thos. Pollard, 14.50; T. Pool. 228.05; 
A. Porrier, 38.20; A. Portras, 13.70; G. Pratt, 11.00; J. Quisnel, 308.25; Jno. 
Rainville, 44.80; Jos. Rancourt, 33.30; Z. Ranger, 29.20; Jos. Raymond, 60.40; 
Wm. Robb, 27.50; J. Robichaud, 20.00; Ed. Robson, 31.30; W. Roche, 12.80; 
J. B. Rochon, 14.70; W. Rose, 15.10; W. R. Rowe, 37.50; D. Rov, 53.80; T. Roy, 
152.80; Eliz. Rumfn,-, 11.40; Jacob Rumlev, 31.10; Thos. St. Jean, 11.40; F. 
St. Jean, 28.40; Jos. Sabourin, 14.00; David Savle, 16.85; Sam Sauve, 295.10; 
P. Savarie, 22.30; Ben. Seguin, 10.70; H. Schoffner, 24.60; Jno. Shane, 53.65; 
Dr. F. Schultz, 75.15; Wm. Shields, 23.50; J. F. Shrum, 11.20; Ed. L. Sieze, 
14.20; H. Singleton, 10.00; A. Sir\-is, 490.10; David Sloss, 31.70; J. Smeeth, 
38.10; J. J. Smith, 124.30; H. Smith, 36.40; D. E. Smvlie, 81.70; Carl Sohnlein, 
48.00; E. Sorr>s, 17.50; Sam Soufresne, 93.50; A. Spencer, 145.80; E. F. Steinke, 
30.40; Wm. Sterling, 28.50; Jas. Stewart, 56.55; Howard Stewart, 15.00; H. 
Stockdale, 308.00; Robt. Strike, 32.00; W. Storev, 14.00; M. Sundin, 41.90; 
Wm. Taylor, 46.50; W. J. Thayer, 12.70; R. Thaxt'er, 10.50; Wm. Third, 35.00; 
Geo. Thompson, 104.05; A. Thune, 36.90; Carson Tomlinson, 43.00; W. C. 
Tomlinson, 90.60; A. Topham, 64.70; W. L. Trotter, 35.40; Thos. Trottier, 
49.20; O. Turpin, 39.75; Trussler & Co., 225.92; G. Vachon, 19.05; D. Vance, 
128.38; A. Vaudette, 451.85; L. R. Vanier, 37.65; Herb Vanhorn, 49.70; Thos. 
Vanhorne, 20.40; Chas. Vassier, 41.55; Wm. Vinkle, 66.90; Sam Yosburgh, 
92.33; R. Waite, 11.00; G. Waldriflf, 70.00; Thos. Walls, 29.70; K. Walli, 20.00; 
E. Walsh, 38.00; Nick Ward, 51.10; J. Warren, 21.00; E. Watkinson, 143.85; 
J. Waters, 14.80; E. Werta, 93.07; D. White, 21.30; Thos. Williams, 51.00; 
Richard Williton, 14.20; Len Wilmot, 19.20; Sterling Wilson, 47.40; Isaac Wooley, 
26.25; A. Wright, 18.30; Thos. Wright, 52.05; A. Yeas, 97.86; Jno. Zurich, 14.91; 
petty disbursements, 799.72 32,495 99 



Auto Trucks, Repairs and Accessories. — Algoma Agency and Supply Co., Ltd., 
19.60; Algoma Motors, Ltd., 2,044.11; Ansonville Motor Engineering Co., 



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130.88; S. A. Archibald, 34.65; C. Armstrong, 85.87; Armstrong & Spooner, 
12.80; C. Auger, 54.40; Geo. A. Atkinson, 387.47; Auto Electric Service, 206.26; 
Auto Starter Co., Ltd., 66.55; Isaac Bailev, 14.50; F. T. Baker, 12.25; Battery 
Service Station, 47.25; H. A. Batsford, 81.27; Bay City Dredge Works, 22.24; 
Wm. Beattv Co., 11.00; F. Beaudry, 16.75; Beckett & Smith, 117.10; H. P. Bell, 
10.00; Albert Blackley, 14.20; Blaise-Oliver Co., 19.75; Blind River Garage, 
91.57; Boulton Auto Service, Ltd., 19.70; F. Bourdon, 11.75; W. W. Bourdot, 
18.75; S. J. Bradlev, 12.00; J. G. Brisco, 20.00; Vital Brisson, 234.98; Bruce 
Mines Garage, 192.86; Geo. Buchanan, 13.88; A. A. Burk & Co., 64.46; Burton's 
Taxi Service, 11.00; Albert Cameron, 22.27; E. Campbell, 12.00; Campbell's 
Garage, 53.70; Campbell Motor Co., Ltd., 907.05; Casselman-Fetterly Garage, 
568.46; P. M. Chapman, 33.88; G. Charlebois, 10.00; Edw. Chauvin, 32.00; 
S. J. Cherry, 1,876.66; C. & R. Garage, 27.50; Cobalt Foundry, 86.08; W. W. 
Climie, 17.40; Cochrane Garage, 528.94; Cochrane Machine Works, 324.87; 
J. A. Coles, 272.00; W. W. Cook, 32.45; J. Costello, 258.75; W. W. Crouch, 46.50; 
Darling's Garage, 56.99; Davidson's Service Station, 1,255.00; J. A. DeBlois, 
115.75; Desbarats' Garage, 24.05; Dingwall Garage, 108.27; Dingwall Motors, 
349.66; Miles Dohertv, 41.75; Dow's Service Station, 35.38; Doyle's Garage, 
1,638.46; Bert Driver', 77.58; Dryden District Motor Co., 238.08; A. Dubois, 
33.05; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 649.83; Albert Dupuis, 71.00; 
Durance Bros. & Co., 58.40; Durant & Star Service Garage, 10.56; W. J. Earner, 
15.00; S. Eckensviller, 78.95; C. M. Eddy, 26.75; Elk Lake Garage, 55.69; Elk 
Lake Garage & Machine Works, 73.15; Endress & Auld, Ltd., 69.81; Espanola 
Garage, 176.60; Paul Gamache, 66.40; Garage Supply Co., Ltd., 216.84; Gardners' 
Garage, 774.02; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,346.00; E. Geisebrecht, 
67.50; General Motors Corporation, 3,800.00; Gerlach Bros., 12.30; Get Gas, 
Ltd., 79.53; Mrs. S. Goodfellow, 171.28; Graham's Garage, 531.14; Grain Port 
Motors, Ltd., 1,668.93; Grant's Garage, 337.97; H. J. Gratton, 15.57; Graven- 
hurst Garage, 2,143.57; Guevin Motor Sales, 37.50; Fred Hall, 12.73; Harmer 
Knowles Trucks, Ltd., 44.90; Harpham Bros., 2,368.83; Jas. Harten, 100.90; 
H. Hartley, 42.00; F. Henrv, 18.60; Heye & Cheslock, 36.45; R.Hoffman, 26.82; 
L. Houle, 17.10; Howard's Battery Service, 150.20; C. S. James, 576.97; 8. 
Johnston, 133.64; W. J. Johnston, 10.00; D. Johnston & Son, 16.75; Kam Motors, 
Ltd., 745.66; Keewatin Lumber Co., 204.10; Kenora Garage, 17.25; Keyes 
Supply Co., Ltd., 1,694.80; Kirkland Motors Co., 442.59; James Knight, 109.15; 
Wm. Laforge, 56.03; Lamb Bros. Garage, 19.55; O. Lamb, 12.82; M. Lamontagne, 
11.30; T. L. Latour, 15.50; L. Latreille, 43.00; Art Lavoie, 15.65; Leece-Neville 
Co., 11.70; Link & Henderson, 244.43; Lougheed Bros., 47.80; Lockhart & 
Nunnelev, Ltd., 389.05; Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., 945.25; M. McArthur & 
Son, 18.00; J. McClashan, 20.10; Robt. McCubbin, 22.00; McDonald's Garage, 
80.05; R. McGillivray, 10.50; J. W. McKinlev, 206.58; McLarv & Irwin, 43.95; 
McLeod Garage, 3,466.02; Duncan McMaster, 14.75; Don. McPhail, 19.35; 
John McVey, 236.53; Alf. Maitland, 41.57; Mack Manatha, 13.90; E. Marceaux, 
49.30; Marshall Motor Car Co., Ltd., 983.69; Thos. Marshall, 31.40; Matheson 
Garage, 665.70; E.Mathews, 14.20; Meault's Garage, 50.05; H. Menard, 13.85; 
R. M. iMiller, 35.00; S. Millest, 18.50; Moore & Hughes, Ltd., 34.73; Morris 
Garage, 79.05; J. H. Mulligan, 82.53; Muskoka Foundry, Ltd., 31.93; Muskoka 
Garage, 21.25; National Auto Sales, 1,005.15; National Steel Car Corporation, 
Ltd., 335.25; New Ontario Machine Shop & Garage, 36.87; Nicholson's Tire 
Surgerv, 1,105.75; Nipigon Service Garage, 123.25; Northern Auto Co., 62.93; 
Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd., 43.98; A. C. O'Connor, 217.54; Wm. 
Oglestea, 150.52; Sam Onarheim, 106.15; Palangio Motor Sales, 3,630.94; Jno. 
Pascall, 13.75; Pembroke Garage, 19.40; W. H. Phillips, 63.80; Geo. Poppleton, 
311.58; Porcupine Garage, 10.35; J. Porrier, 41.40; E. V. Powell Rubber Co., 
489.80; Pratts Engineering Co., 268.05; Proudman Nolls Motor Co., 140.63; 
H. Quinn, 10.30; Paul Racicot, 22.15; Chas. Rowe & Son, 26.40; Republic Trucks, 
Ltd., 1,402.00; P. Roleau, 46.35; Rosseau Garage & Liverv, 14.00; Lome Roth- 
well, 26.25; S. Rowland, 18.25; Ruggles Motor Trucks, 50.92; Rvdall Bank 
Garage, 12.00; Sackrider's Garage, 15.20; J. M. Sanderson, 17.75; J. R. Savard, 
33.95; M. L. Schoales, 10.25; Scott's Boat Liverv, 64.88; Service Garage, 50.18; 
D. Sharp, 123.05; J. N. Shearer & Son, 905.00; P. Sherwin, 1,327.46; Shiels' 
Garage, 34.17; J. F. Sidock, 79.30; Soo Filling Station, Ltd., 2,344.14; Sooford 
Auto Co., 47.95; Soo Garage, Ltd., 34.30; W. Stoyka, 11.15; J. A. Strutt, 25.30; 
Sudbury Battery Service, 112.30; Swastika Garage, 29.15; R. S. Sweeney, 
490.55; Tallack Bros., 17.50; P. Taylor, 54.25; Temagami Fur Co., 11.25; W. J. 



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Tobin, 34.16; Toronto Auto Accessories, Ltd., 119.70; N. Trotter, 24.50; A. 
Trudel, 96.65; W. G. Walker, 36.90; M. J. Whalen, 11.50; White Bros., 24.75; 
A. H. Wilson, 41.50: Wilson Bros., 15.40; W. Wilson, 55.08; Geo. S. Yearlev, 
89.10; A. Yeas, 12.48; petty disbursements, 367.08 62,198 21 

Freight, Dockage, Cartage, Livery and Team Hire. — Wm. Aitkens, 309.00; 
Algoma Central & Hudson's Bay Railway, 206.50; Algoma Eastern Railway Co., 
731.32; Mrs. Jennie Armstrong, 75.00; Auto Electric Service, 14.40; L. Belanger, 
16.00; Fred Brulv, 326.29; J. L. Budreau, 353.00; Burn's Wharf, 36.46; Burton's 
Taxi Service, 235.00; Wm. Bye, 10.00; Canadian National Railways, 10,618.98; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 8,035.93; D. L. Carson, 68.00; Frank Clement, 
213.50; W. W. Climmie, 22.00; Cobalt Cartage Co., 12.00; Cochrane Garage, 
11.50; Chas. A. Cooke, 21.00; G. Coolev, 16.00; H. L. Corbiere, 105.00; J. T. 
Covne, 53.00; W. A. Dalgleish, 375.48; M. Dalsey, 25.00; Dalton's Livery, 
133.50; Delongchamp Cartage Co., Ltd., 370.10; R. Derosie, 26.25; Chas. J. 
Dix, 66.00; Dominion Government Dock, 40.70; Dominion Transportation Co., 
Ltd., 82.73; J. F. Downs, 18.00; Dovle's Garage, 164.00; J. J. Dovle, 415.78; 
Murrav Fingland, 72.00; A. J. Gardiner, 40.33; Gerlach Bros., 100.00; Jos. 
Gibbons, 60.02; M. Gibbons, 13.00; Gibson Bros., 24.00; F. J. Godfrev, 14.00; 
H. F. Goodfellow, 181.00; J. P. Gordon, 56.00; H. Graham, 113.00; W. D. Harris, 
63.00; Thos. Harrison, 15.00; Geo. Haves, 62.00; R. Hembruff, 30.00; Hewitt 
Bros., 20.00; Huntsville, Lake of Bavs & Lake Shore Navigation Co., 89.46; 
J. J. Hutchin, 15.00; Jno. Jacques, 84.50; Edward J. Johnson, 17.52; Kelly & 
Kimberlev, 63.40; A. King, 67.63; W. J. Kitts, 134.20; J. Kron & Son, 15.00; 
Wm. Laforge, 36.00; Lake of the W^oods Milling Co., 45.00; C. L. Larivee, 15.00; 
Walter Lav, 19.50; Mrs. Edward Lee, 178.26; J. T. Leonard, 36.25; W. W. Leth- 
bridge, 243.00; J. H. Lever, 108.20; Link & Henderson, 430.90; Walter Little, 
115.18; W. E. Lobb, 96.00; Jno. McAnsh, 12.50; J. McCallum, 404.00; Mrs. A. 
McCallum, 888.50; J. A. MacDonald, 30.00; MacEachren Bros., 25.50; C. Mc- 
Kenzie, 52.00; Jas.McKenzie, 206.00; McKenzie'sLiver>^ 39.00; McKinley Bros., 
175.72; J. C. McKinlev, 60.50; J. S. McKinlev, 88.60; J. W. McKinley, 184.09; D. 
McLellan, 140.00; McLellan Transportation Co., 91.20; D. McRae, 10.00; O. 
A. McRae, 40.00; McTavish's Liverv, 249.50; T. H. Magill, 549.75; O. Maki, 
45.50; J. H. Marshall, 14.00; M. Mantha, 10.73; J. G. Mav, 40.75; F. Mault, 
20.00; Wm. Milks, 122.10; C. Miller, 509.51; D. F. Moberley & Co., 66.50; S. 
Moore, 11.00; W. Munns, 11.00; Muskoka Garage, 45.00; Muskoka Lakes 
Navigation & Hotel Co., 60.36; A. Negonobe, 10.50; New Ontario Dock, 33.57; 
M. Owens, 143.00; A. J. Payn, 45.00; H. Pearson, 17.00; O. R. Peiron, 20.00; 
A. W. Plowright, 12.00; D. Prevost, 138.50; P. Prevost. 58.00; Albert Prince, 
10.00; Jos. Reynard, 16.00; E. W. Richards, 25.50; F. C. Richardson, 614.30; 
J. C. Richardson, 19.40; Jno. Roberts, 10.00; A. J. Seguin, 18.00; Fred Seguin, 
85.00; R. Schofield, 11.00; E. Shaw, 365.10; J. E. Smith, 379.50; J. Shouldice, 
38.25; R. H. Somes, 953.10; Star Taxi & Transfer, 885.80; H. Steinberg, 10.50; 
Alex Sterling, 815.10; F. Suszck, 11.00; C. Tackaberry, 459.35; Temiskaming & 
Northern Ontario Railway, 4,378.07; A. Templeton & Son, 16.00; Gordon 
Thompson, 12.00; W. R. Thompson, 446.00; Triangle Truck & Taxi Service, 
15.00; A. Vick, 646.00; Weslev Taxi & Transfer Co., 157.25; M. WTiitsnell, 
53.50; H. A. Wilson, 59.00; V. Wilson, 47.00; W. A. Wilson, 53.75; F. C. Young, 
139.75; petty disbursements, 219.15 41,531 02 

Rentals of Warehouses, Offices and Camp Sites. — Emile Audet, 358.00; A. H. 
Beath, 975.00; A. Besserer, 17.50; D. H. Campbell, 120.00; Canadian National 
Railways, 192.19; Canadian Pacific Railwav, 200.71; A. H. Champaigne, 24.00; 
E. Charbonneau, 15.00; Jno. Cork, 30.00; Craig Bros., 40.00; A. Cuthbert, 
47.74; John Ferguson, 432.00; L. Fitz, 50.00; P. M. Fleming, 36.00; Arthur 
Elgie, 20.00; L. Grosjean, 16.00; Hocken Lumber Co., 20.00; E. W. Hogan, 
16.50; Township of Humphrev, 25.00; L'Air Liquide Societv, 940.00; W. W. 
Lethbridge, 195.00; Alp. Lorrain, 10.00; Ted McAulev, 25.00; Jno. McLaire, 
14.19; J. W. Mackav, 120.00; Leo Maville, 10.00; W. Mavhew, 274.80; Morin & 
Frere, 144.00; Jacob Niely, 37.34; E. J. O'Boyle, 60.75; Mrs. C. Paul, 73.18; 
Walter Robinson, 15.00; Soldiers' Settlement Board, 140.00; Temiskaming & 
Northern Ontario Railwav, 68.50; N. Trotter, 110.00; A. Tucker, 38.33; F. 
Wallace, 20.00; A. E. Whitehead, 10.00; R. Whitmore, 20.00; petty disburse- 
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Board and Lodging.— Mrs. Thos. Aikens, 286.00; Mrs. D. Allen, 108.00; Mrs. S. 
Amos, 86.80; Mrs. R. B. Angus, 16.70; Mrs. J. Armstrong, 18.75; Jno. Attava, 
10.00; Fred Baker, 382.30; Mrs. A. Beaudry, 12.50; Mrs. W. J. Beharricll, 16.50; 
J. J. Bousquet, 36.61; E. Brunet, 37.50; Jno. Busch, 25.10; Chas. Buschlen, 
13.20; Mrs. D. Campbell, 95.25; Mrs. J. E. Campbell, 13.70; Mrs. W. Cauaeld, 
83.95; Castle Trethewav Mines, Ltd., 157.92; H. Champaigne, 69.00; Fred 
Chaput, 183.50; Mrs. O. P. Charron, 88.86; Marv Charron, 18.24; Chas. Chenier, 
14.05; J. B. Chenier, 98.00; J. F. Chisholm, 25.30; Mrs. M. C. Church, 26.95; 
Clarke's Hotel, 16.00; Clifton House, 16.00; R. S. Cole, 37.00; Construction & 
Engineering Co., 249.39; Angus Cooper & .Son, 30.00; Mrs. J. J. Cooper, 28.00; 
N. Corby, 23.35; Paul Cote, 97.09; Mrs. H. Cottam, 11.75; H. W. Crawford, 
34.00; Dalmore Hotel, 197.00; Edward Daoust, 121.30; Mrs. G. Davis, 10.00; 
H. Deline, 10.15; W. Dell, 25.00; Louis T. Dennis, 42.00; Mrs. J. Derosier, 19.00; 
J. Downs, 73.35; O. Dronin, 59.03; Edwards Lumber & Pulp Co., 230.90; 
Eldon House, 31.00; E. R. Ennis, 15.35; D. A. Finlan, 56.00; F. W. 
Flannery, 22.00; G. H. Fox, 200.10; G. H. Foy, 178.15; Mrs. Wm. Fry, 
161.85; T. Gabourg, 127.80; A. L. Gagnon, 39.55; Mrs. J. Grenon, 17.60; Mrs. 
Jas. Garrett, 28.00; Mrs. N. T. Gerhard, 13.00; E. Giesebreicht, 93.80; Mrs. A. 
Gilchrist, 97.71; Gilmour House, 89.50; Mrs. C. E. Guay, 33.50; Thos. Grigg, 
21.00; Mrs. E. T. Guppv, 103.78; Mrs. A. Harvev, 53.50; T. Harris, 55.50; Mrs. 
William Hastings, 43.40; Mrs. A. Hopkins, 37.35; Hotel Kirkup, 45.00; W. A. 
Hunter, 204.35; The Idle Hour Club, 37.60; Gus Johnson, 259.85; Mrs. L. 
Johnston, 237.35; E. Jones, 20.50; Thos. Keating, 18.00; Keeley Silver Mines, 
Ltd., 83.36; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 31.85; Bruce Kerr, 184.00; D. Lobbie, 
77.10; A. Labelle, 96.00; M. Ladurantoye, 12.65; L. Lambert, 12.05; Mrs. J. 
Lamontagne, 19.00; Mrs. G. Langtry, 11.10; Geo. Lannerville, 27.00; Mrs. C. 
F. Larsen, 42.00; Mrs. F. Larson, 15.05; W. }. LeQuyer, 36.00; Mary Leatherdale, 
31.70; J. M. Lelievre, 19.00; W. W. Lethbridge, 148.10; W. E. Lobb, 197.90; 
Mrs. Roy Macoubrey, 70.00; J. A. Macdonald, 84.50; W. J. McBain, 60.00; 
Mrs. Jas. McCauley, 100.38; J. McDonald, 41.70; J. McDonald, 132.00; J. T. 
MacLennan, 29.90; Mrs. D. McLeod, 130.90; Donald McRae, 63.00; Jno. 
Meilleur, 124.45; Mrs. Geo. Mills, 46.05; Miller's Lodge, 78.75; W. Mitchell, 
27.20; Geo. Moor, 14.00; Geo. B. Moore, 78.00; Mrs. T. Moore, 10.35; Morrow 
& Beatty, Ltd., 57.00; Mrs. C. Mongrain, 130.50; Nakina Hotel, 44.00; Mrs. G. 
P. Nash, 14.00; Peter Neolet, 54.95; Jos. Newman, 160.00; B. Nordin, 19.70; 
J. Ouelette, 50.50; Pacific Hotel, 37.30; Wm. Pallot, 37.45; E. Patterson, 44.50; 
J. Pellerin, 75.80; Pigeon River Hotel, 85.00; Jos. Pilotte, 35.00; J. Poirier, 99.45; 
Queen's Hotel, 86.00; A. Quinn, 787.61; N. Reid, 27.25; M. Robicheau, 30.00; 
R. A. Robinson, 20.25; C. Rodgers, 104.67; Royal Hotel, 191.80; Mrs. C. St. 
Jean, 26.00; St. Laurent, 11.00; Edw. J. Saunders, 58.00; C. O. Self, 157.13; K. 
M. Sharp, 15.00; E. Simon, 74.00; Otto Somes, 28.00; R. H. Somes, 111.93; J. 
M. Souter, 128.15; Stanley Hotel, 13.00; H. Stewart, 152.25; W. C. Stoneman, 
17.35; M. Sundin, 205.80; T. Thatcher, 14.70; Mrs. T. Teddy, 21.80; Mrs. W. 
Tribe, 21.70; E. Vaillancourt, 68.96; F. A. Van Norman, 14.00; Mrs. Ida Villiard, 
510.00; Wahnapitae Power Co., Ltd., 62.65; Mrs. C. Walker, 39.05; A. Wallin, 

, 22.00; Walsh Construction Co., 370.67; J. Ward, 14.05; A. W. Westman, 33.00; 
Mrs. W. C. Whalley, 10.45; A. Williamson, 22.50; Mrs. S. J. Wooley, 20.00; 
petty disbursements, 154.42 12,322 41 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 2,106,218 85 

General. — C. R. Abell, services as valuator, 42.00; Abitibi Power & Paper Co., 
services of watchman, 90.58; J. Aikens, purchase of lot, 125.00; Algoma Laundry, 
washing blankets, 310.85; Art Metropole, instruments and supplies, 618.09; 
Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, fees, 14.00; Association of Professional 
Engineers' fees, 35.00; Beauchamp, Township of, taxes, 312.00; C. Belanger, 
clearing land, 50.00; Bigwin Laundry, laundry, 193.49; H. Boyd, sawing lumber, 
100.00; P. Bressard, work on survey, 18.00; J. Brown, compensation for damage 
to car, 47.95; W. Bukowski, clearing land, 25.00; Burns & Ferguson, insurance, 
402.55; Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, rentals and messages, 1,166.75; Burroughs 
Adding Machine Co., inspections and supplies, 53.05; Canada Customs, duty 
charges, 721.15; Canadian Engineer, subscriptions, 39.00; Canadian Inspection 
& Testing Co., tests, 214.01; Can. National Express Co., charges, 319.78; Can. 
National Telegraph, messages, 456.31; Can. Pacific Express Co., charges, 203.96; 
Can. Pacific Rly. Co., construction and guards of crossing, 144.86; Can. Photo 
Copy Co., prints, 13.14; Can. Pacific Co. 's Telegraph, messages, 293.44; Capreol, 
Town of, proportionate cost of road, 489.89; H. Cauldwell, purchase of land and 
warehouse, 1,000.00; Chapleau Electric Light & Power Co., repairing wire, 15.95; 



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Cliff's Printing Co., Ltd., signs, 10.00; Cochrane Steam Laundry, laundry, 40.80; 
Cochrane PuDlic Utilities Dept., light and phone sers-ice, 420.45; Consolidated 
Optical Co., transit repairs, 46.00; Construction & Engineering, Ltd., work on 
road and bridges, 1,344.00; F. E. Cook, building chimney, 230.10; A. G. Cum- 
ming, Ltd., prints, 211.91; A. Cuthbert, purchase of land, 72.25; J. M. Deacon, 
fees, 20.55; C. Desgroselliers, purchase of land, 296.06; O. Desgrosefliers, purchase 
of land, 51.30; Mrs. J. Draper, purchase of land, 25.00; C. Dupuis, sawing timber, 
156.82; Emo Municipal Telephone System, phone service, 21.50; Engineering 
Institute of Canada, fees, 10.00; J. A. Fennah, compensation for loss of car, 
750.00; Ferris Water Commission, water and hose rent, 41.79; Field, Love & 
House, protectograph, 40.00; P. M. Fleming, rental of boiler, 146.00; Fort Frances 
Crown Timber Agent, dues, 325.90; Fort William, Corporation of, light, water 
and taxes, 146.72; C. Giles, plumbing service, 41.60; Mrs. H. Gordon, cleaning 
offices, 120.00; Gowganda Road Committee, proportionate cost of keeping road 
open, 206.45; J. Grant, right-of-way, 150.00; Greenwood Electric, lamps, 24.05; 
J. R. Gill, services, surveying, 88.00; Harrison & Co., repairing level, 15.00; 
A. L. Herbert, duty and brokerage charges, 179.56; J. G. Henry, report on 
building, 25.00; House Postmaster, stamps, 20.00; Hudson, Township of, pro- 
portionate cost of road, 1,600.00; H. C. Holden, plumbing, 61.54; J. Hong, 
laundry, 100.01; W. L. Haight, fees, 56.62; R. W. Hunt & Co., Ltd., tests, 80.00; 
N. Hutziel, excavation work, 258.50; J. Hunter, purchase of land, 50.00; Hollinger 
Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd., proportionate cost of road, 7,500.00; J. Hunter, 
purchase of land, 200.00; Instruments, Ltd.. instruments and prints, 365.39; 
International Nickel Co., of Canada, proportionate cost of road, 9.215.74; T. 
Johnston, fees, 17.80; B. A. Jones, purchase of land, 250.00; J. Jutila, clearing 
land, 37.50; W. Karlash, purchase of land, 214.64; Kenora Steam Laundry, 
laundry, 45.00; Kenora, Town of, light and phone service, 135.38; J. Kozok, 
building fence, 25.00; Langstaff, Schur & Co., light. 30.00; J. Lanning, surveying, 
90.00; F. Larouche, purchase of land, 352.00; W. W. Lethbridge, filling gully, 
1,075.75; Liskeard Steam Laundry, laundry, 80.70; L. V. Love, services as 
valuator, 25.00; C. E. Lount, fees, 11.15; Manitoulin & North Shore Telephone 
Co., rentals and messages, 90.17; E. L. Moore, surveying, 150.00; R. L. Moor- 
house & Co., serv'ices as valuator, 30.00; J. Morin, purchase of land, 557.09; H. 
G. Murdock, laundry, 16.80; McGauchy & Reynolds, legal services, 12.00; R. R. 
McKessock, copy of evidence, 12.00; M. L. McLean & Co., construction of road, 
3,092.00; McLean's Studio, photograph, 15.00; McPherson & Co., legal services, 
676.95; J. M. McPherson, installing water pipes, 103.43; Nipissing Laundry, 
laundry, 337.65; R. H. Neeland, Ltd., insurance, 262.03; North Bay Hydro- 
Electric Commission, light, 33.06; Northern Ontario Light & Power Co., Ltd., 
light, 80.14; Ontario Dept. of Public Works, rental of diving outfit, 60.00; Ontario 
Dept. of Agriculture, proportionate expenditure of New Liskeard Government 
Building, 136.22; Ontario Hydro-Electric Commission, labour on extension of 
highway, 82.21; J. Paris, rental of instruments, 38.85; G. Parr, work on road, 
441.30; Parry Sound, Town of, proportionate cost of gravelling road, 2,400.00; 
Pembroke Laundrv, Cleaning & Dyeing Co., laundrv, 47.63; W. Phillips, clearing 
land, 100.00; Mrs' C. Pilkey, laundry, 101.20; T. Pocklington, repairing instru- 
ments, 115. ok); Porcupine Power & Telephone Co., phone service, 51.70; Post- 
master, stamps and rentals, 1,046.75; Provincial Air Ser\'ice, rollers, 17.88; E. 
Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., cloths, 19.95; J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., instruments, 
repairs and supplies, 724.03; Mrs. L. C. Reid, washing blankets, 298.83; Reming- 
ton Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and machine, 135.14; A. Robertson, 
purchase of land, 273.50; J. Routhier, purchase of land, 25.00; Royal Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., inspection and machine, 275.20; Sault Ste. Marie, City of, 
proportionate cost of paving street, 19,132.54; B. Shannon, roof repairs, 
15.00; Mrs. E. Shannon, purchase of land, 25.00; A. Shaw, purchase of land, 
150.00; C. L. Sims, insurance, 107.29; A. Smith, laundry, 49.20; Smith & Walsh, 
insurance, 548.20; C. O. Somes, clearing land, 118.00; P. Stepavoy, remuneration 
for fire loss, 350.00; Sudbury, Steam Laundry, laundry, 82.05; Sudbury, Town of, 
proportionate cost of pavement, 2,924.49; light and water, 55.69; sundry persons, 
remuneration for goods lost in camp fire, 314.94; T. & N.O. Rly. Commission, 
phone services, 88.19; installing crossing and wire lines, 731.64; purchase of land, 
325.00; T. & N.O. Rly. Telegraph, messages, 19.70; Temiskaming Telephone 
Co., rentals and messages, 617.30; Tilley's Palace Photo Studio, films, 21.50; 
Timmins Steam Laundry, laundry, 32.80; Timmins, Town of, proportionate 
cost of, pavement, 1,104.49; Toronto Transportation Commission, car tickets, 
21.00; Toronto General Trusts Corporation, right-of-way, 118.00; J. Trans- 



Carried forward 4,349,935 94 



H 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 4,349,935 94 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
General — Continued 

montagne, sawing lumber, 17.50; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and 
machines, 519.98; Westfort Auto & Paint Shop, signs, 25.00; R. Wiilard, purchase 
of land, 86.50; T. E. Williams, legal services, 20.00; A. Witry, remuneration for 
fire loss, 650.00; T. Wool, painting car, 40.00; G. Yok, laundry, 79.45; petty 
disbursements, 7,148.16; accountable, 1927, 29,783.05; Less accountable, 1926, 
8,785.08 103,065 62 



Loans and Advances to Settlers and Creameries ($58,739.05) 

F. Dane Commissioner 12 months 5,000 00 

G. Crawford Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, Sec. 19 

Temporary Services. — F. M. Jack, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo 975 00 

Contingencies. — Edward Arthurs, inspection and report, 11.00; J. C. Barr, inspec- 
tion and report, 49.80; J. A. Bastien, inspection and report, 43.45; W. V. Cragg, 
33.00; Wm. Hough, inspection and report, 28.55; Hugill & Hesson, legal ser\'ices, 
23.80; Thos. Hughes, inspection and report, 141.10; King's Printer, 530.39; 
Miss M. McMaster, stamps, 95.78; H. B. Owens, inspection and report, 143.45; 
Dalton Smith, inspection and report, 65.95; United Typewriter Co., machine 
and inspections, 166.27; L. E. Van Horn, inspection and report, 39.65; R. A. 
Teasdale, inspection and report, 15.00; R. G. Wigle, inspection and report, 
63.20; petty disbursements, 13.66 1.464 05 

Loans to Settlers and Creameries. — Sundry persons, 59,405.00; accountable, 

3,300.00, less accountable, 1926, 12,705.00 50,000 GO 

Advancement of Settlement and Colonization ($5,763.94) 
16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, Sec. 14 D 

Farms. — Algoma Central & Hudson's Bay Railway, freight, 1.82; E.O.Allen, parts 
and repairs, 16.30; Vital Brisson, hardware, paint, etc.. 416.69; Department of 
Northern Development, accountable, 1,042.97; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
gates, 90.77; Geo. V. Fulton, cutter and pole, 114.40; Hearst Lumber Co., lumber, 
etc., 908.86; Dr. A. Hoey, veterinar>' services, 50.00; L. Martin, harness repairs, 
5.25; Ontario Agriculture College, hogs, 155.00; Pay list, wages of men, 2,361.65; 
Pellon & McMeekin, lumber, 112.40; West & Co., oats, bran, 610.48; G. Woolrich, 
installing sewer, etc., 289.04; Woolrich & Thornton, balance of building contract, 
50.00. Sundries: Postage. 3.00; Less accountable, 1926, 464.69 5,763 94 

Purchase of Cattle or other Live Stock for Settlers and Farmers ($3,540.98) 
16 Geo. V, Chap. 10, Sec. 14 H 

Purchase of Cattle.— Donald Bartlett, 65.00; J. L. Davies, 90.00; Jos. Ferris, 
160.00; M. R. Hotchkiss, 90.00; C. C. Howe, 100.00; F. E. Howey, 90.00; 
Clarence Locker, 175.00; D. McAllister, 90.00; S. L. McDonald, 225.00; Wm. 
Magee, 155.00; E. G. Marshal!, 155.00; Thos. Reid, 167.50; H. Laxton, 175.00; 
J. S. Stansell, 700.00; J. A. Stansell, 185.58; Clarence Whitesell, 80.00; Geo. 
Whitesell, 80.00; Alfred Williams, 240.00 3,023 08 

Miscellaneous. — Canadian National Railways, charges, 298.27; L. H. Hanlan, 
travelling expenses, 153.07; C. W. Hollingsworth, hay and straw, 10.00; King's 
Printer, 33.98; J. B. Lipsit, 10.10; J. Paterson, services, 28.00; travelling e.xpenses, 
52.40; J. S. Stansell, ser\'ices and expenses, 85.85; J. A. Stansell, hardware, 26.27; 
services, 40.00; petty disbursements, 37.75; Department of Northern Develop- 
ment, accountable, 117.05; Less accountable, 1926, 374.84 517 90 



Carried forward 4,521,045 53 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 27 

Brought forward 4,521,045 53 

Purchase and Distribution of Seed, Grain and Agricultural 
Implements to Settlers ($32,138.58) 

Seed Grain.— Belle River Grain Seed Co., 2,980.01; S. Cornell, 216.00; J. C. 
Hopkins, 528.70; F. W. Hendry, 586.10; Wm. Hamilton, 60.00; Wm. Jewell, 
23.10; R. Johnston, 112.00; C. J. Linquist, 9.00; P. Launder, 24.30; T. Lewis, 
468.00; W. B. Ogden, 33.00; W. Pope, 9.00; V. Richardson, 39.60; Steele, Briggs 
Seed Co., Ltd., 25,054.04 30,142 85 

Agricultural Implements. — L. H. Ferguson, fees, 1.02; King's Printer, 5.31 6 33 

Miscellaneous. — R. Bain, cartage, 24.80; Casselman Press, tags, 2.75; Can. Pacific 
Express Co., 4.20; Can. Pacific Rly., freight, 307.72; Can. Nat. Rlys, freight, 
25.65; Dept. of Northern Development, accountable, 35.30; J. M. Deacon, 
searches, 48.40; Delongchamps' Cartage Co., 171.45; S. Fournier, searches, 
39.72; S. Greenwood, hardware, 1.00; C. Gillespie, searches, 3.27; Mabel Green- 
wood, services, 11.25; VV. L. Haight, searches, 12.60; Postmaster, postage, 10.00; 
King's Printer, 366.58; W. J. Keating, searches, 1.10; G. M. Miller, legal services, 
15.63; J. A. MacFarlane, cartage, 15.80; Muskoka Produce Co., Ltd., storage, 
20.00; W. G. Oldfield, cartage, 71.33; A. Robinson, services, 10.73; D. J. 
Robinson, services, 10.18; Roval Bank, exchange, 10.45; C. Poitras, cartage, 
282.67; E. Villeneuve, cartage, '107.64; T. & N.O. Rly., freight, 217.48; T. & N.O. 
Telegraph, 6.93; Temiskaming Telephone Co., 2.10; E. Shaw, cartage, 34.73; 
R. M. Tipper, cartage, 174.23; less accountable, 1926, 56.29 1,989 40 

The Encouragement and Assistance of Agriculture, Cochrane and Matheson 
and Rainy River Creameries ($2,950.00) 
16 Geo. V, chap. 10, sec. 14 D. 
Pay Lists.— Wages of men 2,950 00 

Statutory $4,046,494.32 

Total, Department of Northern Development $4,556,134.11 



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Mining Recorders 7 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office 6 

Fuel Controller 6 

Explorations and Investigations 8 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories 7 

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I 4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Hon. Chas. McCrea Minister (Statutory) 8,000 00 

MAIN OFFICE AND BRANCHES 

Salaries ($100,482.35) 

T. W. Gibson Deputy Minister. 12 months 5,700 00 

J. Farrington Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 12 " 

R. D. Fisher Principal Clerk 10 " 

D. H. Barr Senior Clerk 12 " 

Jas. Douglas Junior Draughtsman 12 " 

H. W. Batchelor Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

I. C. Kehoe Clerk Stenographer 2J^ " 

Jas. P. Malone Engrossing Clerk 12 " 

J. F. McFarland Clerk 12 " 

F. L. Godson Junior Clerk 12 " 

E.C.Bell " " 2 " 

W. Stuart " " 12 " 

Geological Branch 

A. G. Burrows Provincial Geologist 12 months 

E. W. Todd Assistant Geologist 12 " 

Thos. Gledhill " " . . 12 " 

Dr. Wm. S. Dver " " 7 " 

J. L. McNaughton Library Clerk 12 " 

Publications and Statistics Branch 

W. R. Rogers Director 12 months 

A. C. Young Statistician 12 " 

P. A. Jackson Surveyor and Senior Draughtsman 12 " 

A. Braidwood Senior Draughtsman 12 " 

J. Ledingham " " 12 " 

D. J. Ferrier Assistant Editor 12 " 

R. McElree Clerk Stenographer 2 " 

E.C.Bell « « 10 " 

Mine Inspection Branch 

T. F. Sutherland Chief Inspector of Mines 12 months 

J. G. McMillan Inspector of Mines 12 " 

A. R. Webster Assistant Inspector of Mines 12 " 

G. E. Cole " " « 12 " 

D. G. Sinclair " " « 12 " 

D. J. Field Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

R. Stewart Laboratory- Attendant 12 " 

Mine Assessment Branch 

G. R. Mickle Mine Assessor 12 months 

A. G. Scovell Senior Clerk 12 " 

Chemical and Assay Branch 

W. K. McNeill Provincial Assayer 12 months 

T. E. Rothwell Assistant Assayer 12 " 

Mining Court of Ontario 

T. E. Godson Judge of Mining Court 12 months 

W. H. Morris Registrar and Reporter 12 " 

Bessie C. Sefton Senior Clerk Stenographer 8 " 

Files Branch 

G. E. H. Graham Clerk 12 months 

B. Atchie Clerk Stenographer 43^ " 

A. M. Moffatt Filing Clerk 12 " 

Carried forward 100,482 35 



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1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF MINES IJ 

Brought forward 100,482 35 

Contingencies ($63,292.73) 

Temporary Services. — Margaret E. Crummey, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 
680.77; J. L. Delamere, office boy at 52.00 per mo., 46.00; R. Eyre, junior labora- 
tory assistant at 75.00 per mo., 885.00; Ralph Foster, office boy at 12.00 per wk., 
112.00; Charles Freymond, vault caretaker at 54.16 per mo., 324.96; at 108.33 
per mo., 649.98; W. F. Green, assistant chemist at 225.00 per mo., 1,817.31; 
Chas. F. Hamilton, office boy at 43.33 per mo., 40.00; D. A. Lowry, clerk-steno- 
grapher at 100.00 per mo., 1,042.31; Kathleen MacKay, clerk at 78.00 per mo., 
234.00;Mrs. J. F.S. Madden, clerkat 50c. per hour, 1,017.00; Hugh Mennell, office 
boy at 56.33 per mo., 675.96; J. L. Milligan, publicity work at 50.00 per wk., 
2,025.00; Mae M. Murphy, typist at 85.00 per mo., 660.38; Gertrude O'Reilly, 
clerk stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 552.50; at 78.00 per mo., 234.00; F. R. 
Saunders, clerk-stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 65.63; J. B. Scanlon, assistant 
secretary at 140.00 per mo., 1,680.00; Bessie C. Sefton, clerk-stenographer at 
103.66 per mo., 414.64; M. M. Wilson, clerk-stenographer at 86.66 per mo., 
1,029.92 14,187 36 

Travelling Expenses. — A. G. Burrows, 304.46; accountable, 300.00; G. E. Cole, 
667.57; W. S. Dyer, 43.10; J. Farrington, 27.15; T. W. Gibson, 68.30; T. L. 
Gledhill, 130.77; T. E. Godson, 527.00; Hon. Charles McCrea, 950.00; J. G. 
McMillan, 396.90; W. K. McNeill, 62.65; G. R. Mickle, 267.63; J. L. Milligan, 
10.30; W. H. Morris, 235.05; W. R. Rogers, 438.15; T. E. Rothwell, 74.30; 
D. G. Sinclair, 996.97; T. F. Sutherland, 1,128.00; E. W. Todd, 590.60; A. R. 
Webster, 1.147.54; J. Work. 25.90; A. C. Young. 103.05 8,495 39 

Advertising. — Border Cities Star, 94.08; British Commonwealth Trade Press, 
Ltd., 145.65; British Whig Publishing Co., 150.00; Bruce Mines Spectator, 
224.96; Bureau of Canadian Resources, 370.00; Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 
25.00; Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 490.00; Canadian Labour 
Press, Ltd., 364.00; Canadian Newspaper Co., Ltd., 850.00; Canadian Labour 
World, 155.00; Canadian Mining Journal, 623.75; Catholic Record, 67.50; 
W. Chisholm, 79.07; Charlton Road Maps, 125.00; Cliffe Publishing Co., 154.92; 
Canadian Review Co., Ltd., 100.00; Echoes, 130.00; W. Findlay Co., Ltd., 
773.50; Globe Printing Co., 497.16; Hamilton Union Label League, 60.00; 
Heaton Publishing Co., 100.00; Journal of Commerce Publishing Co., 96.00; 
Journal Dailies, 124.00; Labour Leader, 500.00; La Tribuna Canadiana, 37.50; 
Labour Educational Association of Ontario, 100.00; Le Droit, 60.00; Legionary, 
198.00; London Free Press, 396.00; T. H. Lennox, 30.00; Mail and Empire, 
572.00; Mining Journal, 1,077.77; Mining Magazine, 219.00; Mining World 
and Engineering Record, 237.23; Monetary Times, 229.00; F. B. Mosure, 200.00; 
Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 200.00; Mutch's Mining Service, 600.00; 
McLean Publishing Co., 289.00; Navy League of Canada, 40.00; Northern 
Miner, 609.40; Ottawa Danebrog, 80.00; Ottawa Journal, 246.40; Patricia Herald, 
84.00; Picton Gazette, 40.04; Porcupine Advance, 50.40; Port Hope Daily Times, 
58.31; St. Joe Herald, 47.04; Sault Daily Star, 36.40; Sioux Lookout Miner, 33.00; 
T. Skinner & Co., 313.50; Southern Ontario Highway Association, 50.00; 
Sudbury Star, 50.40; Timmins City Publishers, Ltd., 33.00; Westman Press, 
Ltd., 380.00; Willisons, Ltd., 420.00 13,316 98 

Maps and Plans.— Harris Litho Co., 820.00; Miller Litho Co., Ltd., 2,457.70; 

G. New, 25.00; Rolph-Clark-Stone, Ltd., 2,607.67 5,910 37 

Fees to Various Associations. — -American Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 
16.00; Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, 7.00; Canadian Forestry Associa- 
tion, 3.50; Canadian Institute of Chemistry, 10.00; Canadian Institute of Mining 
and Metallurgy, 104.00; Canadian National Clay Products Association, 2.00; 
Engineering Institute of Canada, 10.00; National Tax Association, 5.00; Pro- 
fessional Engineers' Association, 5.00; Society of Economic Geologists. 5.00. . . . 167 50 

Legal Services, Registrations, etc. — L. H. Ferguson, 9.08; S. Fournier, 1.52; 

M. Murphy, 2.00; F. L. Smiley, 26.45; J. E. Swinburne, 3.40 42 45 

Miscellaneous. — W. Allingham, rock sections, 114.50; American Kreuger & Toll 
Corporation, acid, 31.07; Ernest Benn, Ltd., books, 10.46; C. L. Berger & Sons, 
Inc., index, 18.24; W. A. Brodie, reports, 73.00; R. E. Burns, evidence, 10.80; 
Canadian Press Clipping Bureau, press clippings, 24.00; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, Ltd., supplies, 1,488.26; Carswell Co., books and binding, 339.10; 
Central Scientific Co., outfit, 734.46; K. Coates, evidence, 6.90; W. A. Coon & 



Carried forward 142,602 40 



I_6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 142,602 40 

Contingencies — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Co., bags, 10.69; Dominion Press Clipping Agency, clippings, 90.00; T. H. 
Dyre, evidence, 3.90; Field, Love & House, inspections, 63.25; J. Gould, evidence, 
15.90; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., drugs, 396.84; A. C. Hawkins, bottles, 24.45; G. 
Hemming, evidence, 26.00; Industrial & Educational Pub. Co., manuals, 10.00; 
D. Joyner, evidence, 2.70; King's Printer, 14,640.42; P. S. King & Son, Ltd., 
parliamentary papers, 11.83; E. Logan, evidence, 3.90; Rice Lewis & Son, 
cement and nails, 16.85; J. A. Lobraico, tire, 21.40; Liquor Control Board, alcohol, 
136.00; A. L. McEwan, coupons, 340.73; McGraw-Hill Book Co., books, 27.00; 
F. Nicolas, preparing index, 100.00; Ontario Government Dispensaries, alcohol, 
17.49; Peake & Whillington, photos, 50.20; Pioneer Publishing Co., books, 
53.60; C. Potter, slides, 16.55; C. F. Raney, evidence, 6.90; Ryrie-Birks, Ltd., 
polishingsilver ore, 9.50; Sundry Newspaper and Periodical subscriptions, 483.24; 
Toronto Transportation Commission, car tickets, 30.00; United Typewriter Co., 
typewriters and inspections, 501.23; University of Toronto, prints, 17.60; 
Western Union Telegraph Co., registration of cable addresses, 25.00; J. T. Worden, 
book, etc., 10.00; W. A. Wright, evidence, 9.70; Sundries: Customs, 14.93; 
express, 171.62; freight, 16.64; telegrams, 881.31; petty disbursements, 64.32 . 21,172 68 

Main Office and Branches $163,775.08 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ($1,000.00) 

Grant 1,000 00 

Cable Testing Machine, Maintenance and Operation ($402.53) 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse, 26.00; W. R. Jackson & Co., 46.76; King's Printer, 
24.66; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., 5.50; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 55.42; T. F. Suther- 
land, 18.30; Tinius Olsen Testing Machine Co., 178.00; express, 47.89 402 53 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office 
Salaries ($4,400.00) 

R. B. Harkness Gas Commissioner 12 months 4,400 00 

Enforcing the Natural Gas Acts and Oil Wells Act ($11,632.35) 

B. D. Burn Inspector, Tillsonburg 12 months 2,100 00 

George F. Henderson Natural Gas Referee, Ottawa 12 " 3,500 00 

A. Lindsay Stenographer 93^ " 847 91 

John Scott Inspector, Petrolia 12 " 1,500 00 

Temporary Services. — M. V. Defoe, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; 

Donald H. Heard, clerk at 3.00 per day, 324.00 1.224 00 

Travelling Expenses.— B. D. Burn, 654.60; F. Clitheroe, 146.00; R. B. Harkness, 

508.56; G. F. Henderson, 167.30: D. H. Heard, 25.10; Jno. Scott, 494.58 1,996 14 

Miscellaneous. — American Association of Petroleum Geologists, dues, 15.00; 
Canadian Goodrich Co., tire, 24.14; F. Clitheroe, taking evidence, 32.00; Field, 
Love & House, typewriter inspections, 12.00; King's Printer, 288.69; United 
Typewriter Co., typewriter inspections, 12.00; J. L. Welch, garage rent, 24.00. 
Sundries: Express, 26.93; freight, 5.13; telegrams, 2.05; petty disbursements, 
22.36 464 30 

Fuel Supply Act, 1918, Expenses of Administration ($5,050.86) 

Canadian Freight Association, .90; G. W. Oliver, services and expenses, 5,038.38; 

telegrams, 11.58 5,050 86 

Sulphur Fumes Act ($4,495.55) 

R. H. Murray Investigator, Sudbury 12 months 3,000 00 

Travelling Expenses.— R. H. Murray, 209.01; accountable, 12.20 221 21 

Miscellaneous. — Evans & Co., office and garage rent, 50.00; Gardiner's Garage, 
gas, etc., 847.86; P. L. Henderson, rental of office, 275.00; McLeod's Garage, gas, 
oil, etc., 15.10; Smith & Ferry, insurance, 59.00. Sundries: postage, 3.00; 
telephone, 12.18; petty disbursements, 12.20 1,274 34 

Carried forward 190,756 37 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



I 7 



Brought forward 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories ($19,648.35) 

A. A. Cole Manager 12 months 

G. H. Dickson Superintendent 12 " 

F. Mondoux Assayer 12 " 

S. G. Prescott Sampler 12 " 

Temporary Services. — W. Bailey, watchman and millman at 4.25 per day, 
1,495.38; J. Gosselin, night watchman at 4.25 per diem, 63.75; A. Grant, night- 
watchman at 4.25 per diem, 586.50; Z. Labelle, watchman and millman at 4.50 
per diem, 1,614.00; H. Prescott, nightwatchman at 4.25 per diem, 862,75; pay 
list, wages of mill help, 739.00 

Miscellaneous. — J. W. N. Bell, assaying, 119.38; C. P. Cross, assaying, 16.00; 
Cobalt Foundry, supplies, 512.63; Cobalt Reduction Co., Ltd., soda ash, 19.50; 
Cobalt Public Utilities Commission, water, 47.67; C. A. Dunham, Ltd., map, 
10.58; Eyot, plumbing services, 39.29; A. L. Herbert, coal, 1,366.01; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., fuel oil, 328.67; Wm. Kennedy & Sons, liner plates,^ 308.18; King's 
Printer, 173.61; La Rose Mines, Ltd., ground rent, 750.00; Nichols Chemical 
Co., acid, 37.89; Northern Canada Supply Co., supplies, 196.04; Northern Miner, 
advertising, 96.00; Northern Ontario Light & Power Co., Ltd., electric service, 
1,649.92; J. H. Plouffe, motor repairs, 17.70; A. Renaud, unloading coal, 12.25; 
A. Sabourin, unloading coal, 11.75; Taylor Hardware, Ltd., supplies, 612.89; 
Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway, rent of siding, 37.00; Williams & 
Wilson, muffler, 59.00. Sundries: Cartage, 25.00; express, 76.97; freight, 81.66; 
postage, 48.26; telegrams, 3.47; telephone, 63.80; petty disbursements, 31.65. . . 



190,756 37 



600 00 
3,000 00 
2,160 00 
1,774 20 



5,361 38 



Purchase and Treatment of Gold and Silver Ores ($20.37) 



A.A.Cole. 



6,752 77 



20 37 



Mining Recorders ($43,446.32) 
Salaries ($18,750.00) 

C A. Campbell Recorder, Sudbury 12 months 



W. A. Donaghue. 

H. G. Ginn 

H. E. Holland 

N. J. McAuley 

C. F. McGregor 

W. N. Miller 

M. F. O'Rourke 

Mary M. McDonald, 

Robert Tyre 

David Benzie 

J. D. C. Smith 

Jas. H. Coghill 



.Asst. 



1,700 00 

South Porcupine 12 " 1,800 00 

" Swastika 12 " 2,000 00 

" PineRi^ge 12 " 1,700 00 

Haileybury 12 " 2,100 00 

" Port Arthur 12 " 1,600 00 

" Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 1,800 00 

" Tashota 12 " 1,500 00 

" Port Arthur 12 " 900 00 

« Pine Ridge 5 " 500 00 

" Pine Ridge 4 " 500 00 

" Kenora 12 " 1,050 00 

" Elk Lake 12 " 1,600 00 

Contingencies ($24,696.32) 

Temporary Services. — Marjorie Andrew, assistant at 80.00 per mo., 516.92; 
Levina Arbour, assistant at 90.00 per mo., 720.00; A. Cahill, stenographer at 
65.00 per mo., 747.50; at 75.00 per mo., 112.50; C. Campbell, stenographer at 
50c. per hour, 86.00; at 65.00 per mo., 325.00; G. M. Clements, stenographer at 
2.50 per diem, 847.50; Redvers Dixon, assistant at 125.00 per mo., 514.42; Jean 
Graham, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 862.50; Doris Henry, assistant at 75.00 
per mo., 103.84; H. LeClair, stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 975.00; Ila McCauley, 
clerk-stenographer at 68.33 per mo., 888.29; Y. Sharp, radio operator at 150.00 
per mo., 34.61; Geo. F. Smith, acting recorder at 150.00 per mo., 109.62; L. 
Tanner, stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 240.00; Ethel Vincent, stenographer at 
65.00 per mo., 97.50 7,181 20 

Travelling Expenses.— R. Dixon, 50.20; H. G. Ginn. 3.15; V. Sharpe, 58.05 Ill 40 

Miscellaneous. — Mrs. Stella Adair, rent, 390.00; Mrs. J. Brown, cleaning offices, 
45.00; R. Dixon, board allowance, 133.00; G. R. Duncan, repairs, 167.66; J. V. 
Elliott Air Service, office rent, 2,400.00; I. Featherby, stage fares, 75.00; Wm. 
Gagnon, building chimney, 48.00; J. Graham, janitor, 176.00; Mrs. Holding, 
janitress, 130.00; Hudson's Bay Co., coal oil, etc., 23.50; J. A. Kert, desks, etc., 
88.75; King's Printer. 7.780.58: A. Kirk, repairs, 17.26; E. Laforest Estate, 



Carried forward 236,467 69 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Brought forward 236,467 69 

Contingencies — Continued 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

rent, 195.00; C. L. Larivee, cleaning septic tank, 15.00; B. Loranger, shelving, 
16.50; Mrs. Lowe, cleaning office, 67.00; H. B. Mullin, board, etc., 1,082.00; 
A. O. Myers, wood, 174.00; Preston Furniture Co., desk, 41.60; Remington 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., typewriter, etc., 105.16; Sky Bros., desk, 29.50; F. M. 
Stafford & Son, rent, 472.00; Town of Sudbury, light, 54.05; H. M. Somerville, 
wood, 96.00; Township of Teck Power & Telephone Co., light, 32.36; Township 
of Tisdale, office rent, 1,140.00; Teck Fuel & Ice Co., coal, 180.50; United Type- 
writer Co., typewriter, 106.77. Sundries: Cartage, 19.83; exchange, 65.89; 
express, 459.49; freight, 68.42; postage, 959.55; telegrams, 23.65; telephone, 
325.85 ; petty disbursements, 198.85 17,403 72 

Inspector of Mining Recorders' Offices ($1,500.00) 

T. A. McArthur Inspector 12 months 1,500 00 

Travelling and Other Expenses ($1,052.76) 
T. A. McArthur 1,052 76 

Draughtsman, North Bay, Services and Expenses ($7,543.99) 
C. G. Watson Draughtsman 2,200 00 

Temporary Services.— H. Brookes, stenographer at 68.33 per mo., 819.96; Gordon 
McMillen, assistant at 150.00 per mo., 1,148.08; J. F. Nidd, assistant at 100.00 
per mo.. 438.46: E. Phillips, stenographer at 68.33 per mo., 47.31 2,453 81 

Travelling Expenses.— D. Benzie, 160.74; G. McMillan, 8.95; Jno. Shortreed, 

10.45 180 14 

Miscellaneous. — Mrs. Godin, caretaker, 120.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, light, 216.97; King's Printer, 1,208.39; G. N. McDonald, rent, 910.00; 
Sundries: exchange, 1.35; express, 54.19; postage, 136.26; telephone, 39.18; 
petty disbursements, 23.70 2,710 04 

Services and Expenses Not Otherwise Provided For ($135.00) 

Harry Fudge, 60.00; R. Hillock et al, rental under Oil and Gas Rights, 75.00 135 00 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses of Temporary Field and Other 
Assistants, including Educational Work ($40,433.17) 

Temporary Services. — H. D. Ball, assistant geologist at 115.00 per mo., 411.34; 
A. G. Ballachey, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 403.84; L. V. Bell, assistant 
geologist at 150.00 per mo., 640.39; J. C. Bromley, canoeman at 125.00 per mo., 
432.69; Geo. F. Browne, assistant geologist at 130.00 per mo., 415.00; Dr. E. L. 
Bruce, geologist at 300.00 per mo., 1,050.00; Dr. E. M. Burwash, instructor of 
prospectors' classes at 200.00 per mo., 123.07; O. B. Coumans, assistant geologist 
at 100.00 per mo., 292.30; A. R. Crozier, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 
334.61; Jas. A. Dawson, dredging inspector at 10,00 per diem, 3,030.00; A. P. 
Forster, dredging inspector at 150.00 per mo., 1,420.00; Wm. Gerrie, assistant 
geologist at 150.00 per mo., 300.00; G. Gilbert, assistant geologist at 200.00 per 
mo., 200.00; Dr. W. L. Goodwin, instructor of prospectors' classes at 200.00 per 
mo., 1,600.00; A. R. Graham, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 403.84; 
G. M. Gray, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 307.69; J. W. Greig, assistant 
geologist at 200.00 per mo., 200.00; J. W. Grubb, dredging inspector at 150.00; 
per mo., 1,493.55; M. C. Haller, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 342.31; 
W. H. Hansen, assistant geologist at 150.00 per mo., 230.77; J. E. Hawley, 
geologist at 300.00 per mo., 150.00; M. E. Hurst, geologist at 250.00 per mo., 
884.61; S. F. Kelly, geologist at 250.00 per mo., 750.00; \'era H. Kettle, steno- 
grapher at 75.00 per mo., 856.73; H. C. Laird, assistant geologist at 115.00 per 
mo., 424.62; Geo. B. Langford, geologist at 225.00 per mo., 1,052.24; W. A. 
Mather, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 418.27; J. E. Maynard, assistant 
geologist at 150.00 per mo., 519.23; E. McCarthy, inspector of mining claims at 
10.00 per diem, 90.00; E. G. McKenzie, dredging inspector at 150.00 per mo., 
1,350.00; R. G. McKelvey, assistant geologist at 90.00 per mo., 180.00; Don. R. 
Meredith, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 334.61; R. J. Montgomery, 
geologist at 250.00 per mo., 250.00; Dr. E. S. Moore, geologist at 300.00 per mo.. 



Carried forward 264,103 16 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF MINES I_9 

Brought forward 264,103 16 

Salaries, etc. — Continued 

Temporary Services — Continued 

1,003.85; P. Pearce, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 300.00; H. C. Rickaby, 
assistant geologist at 200.00 per mo., 807,68; M. J. Splane, assistant to Dr. 
Goodwin at 3.00 per diem, 624.00; S. G. Suffel, assistant geologist at 150.00 per 
mo., 565.39; F. G, Sugden, assistant geologist at 115.00 per mo., 389.22; G. W. 
Trevithick, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 369.23; G. A. Warburton, 
stenographer at 85.00 per mo., 65.38; R. J. Watson, geologist at 200.00 per mo., 
600.00; S. E. Wolfe, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 346.15 25,962 61 

Travelling Expenses.— H. D. Ball, 56.70; A. G. Ballachy, 51.70; E. L. Bruce, 
646.21; A. G. Burrows, 278.32; E. M. Burwash, 44.36; W. S. Dyer, 408.41; 
A. P. Forster, 502.15; G. E. H. Graham, 37.12; A. R. Graham, 46.60; T. S. Gled- 
hill, 511.16; T- W. Gregg, 44.83; W. L. Goodwin, 2,197.03; D. Grey, 45.93; 
G. M. Gray, 27.90; C. J. Grey, 300.00; W. H. Hansen, 4.75; M. E. Hurst, 347.16; 
S. F. Kelly, 172.15; G. B. Langford, 450.01; J. E. Maynard, 86.20; E. S. Mc- 
Carthy, 15.04; J. F. McFarland, 28.75; E. G. McKenzie, 427.64; D. A. Meredith, 
85.80; E. S. Moore, 211.95; H. C. Rickaby, 166.87; M. J. Splane, 109.80; E. W. 
Todd, 857.67; R. J. Watson, 262.63; S. E. Wolfe. 85.65 8,510 49 

Miscellaneous. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., auger, 11.25; Burroughs-Welcome Co., 
drugs, 19.82; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 49.39; Cochrane 
Northland Post, advertising, 41.80; Crawley & McCracken Co., provisions, 
28.10; Daily Times, Fort William, advertising, 24.00; Dunlop Consolidated Mines, 
Ltd., provisions, 17.97; Eastman Kodak Stores, kodak, 32.15; W. S. Finch, rock 
sections, 22.50; J. W. Grubb, rent of boat, 410.00; J. Harju, provisions, 14.20; 
Holman Leather Goods Co., repairs, 21.95; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, 
784.43; Instruments, Ltd., level, 60.00; J. A. Kent, provisions, 206.89; King's 
Printer, 429.86; Marks-Clavet-Dobie Co., provisions, 395.28; Miner Pub- 
lishing Co., advertising, 33.60; J. A. Magrain, provisions, 89.70; Monetary 
Times, advertising, 17.50; W. McKirdy & Son, supplies, 69.96; National Grocers, 
Ltd., provisions, 231.31; News Chronicle, Port Arthur, advertising, 24.00; 
Northern Miner, advertising, 75.60; The Nuggett, advertising, 12.00; C. R. 
Parker, provisions, 32.24; Pembroke Standard, advertising, 38.08; W. E. Pike, 
repairs to tents, 35.00; T. Pocklington, repairs to compass, 323.28; Porcupine 
Advance, advertising, 50.56; C. Potter, slides, 42.15; Reamsbottom & Edwards, 
provisions, 181.77; Renfrew Mercury, advertising, 65.31; Sault Daily Star, 
advertising, 16.80; Star Grocery, provisions, 143.92; H. A. Stewart, rock sections, 
27.50; Sudbury Star, dodgers, 88.50; Terminal Publishing Co., advertising, 
30.80; W. H. Tomlinson, rock sections, 61.00; Ward's Natural Science Establish- 
ment, supplies, 25.75; A. Walker, typing, 10.00; A. R. Williams Machinery Co. 
canoes, 753.09; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., tents, 231.18. Sundries: 
cartage, 60.90; express, 356.24; freight, 64.27; postage, 3.40; telegrams, 7.50; 
telephone, 9.98; petty disbursements, 177.59 5.960 07 

Surveys in Mining Areas ($1,145.60) 

SutcliflFe & Co., 4,345.60, less accountable, 1925-26, 3,200.00 1,145 60 

Mineral Collections ($4,643.39) 

Temporary Services. — R. Eraser, nightwatchman at 4.00 per diem, 68.00; J. T. 
Maloney, assistant at 60c. per hour, 51.00; E. M. Tozer, assistant at 4.00 per 
diem. 176.00 295 00 

Travelling Expenses.— C. Freymond, 50.75; W. K. McNeill, 236.31; T. E. Roth- 
well. 149.01: E. M. Tozer, 42.80 478 87 

Miscellaneous. — Butler Fixture Co., rent of show cases, 120.00; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., decorating exhibit, 820.45; W. R. Jackson & Co., brokerage, 10.00; Jones & 
Moore Electric Co., rent of motors, 65.00; International Exposition Co., rental, 
270.00; King's Printer, 78.55; Manhattan Exposition Co., building stands, 176.54; 
T. Manton & Sons, rent of ferns, 71.25; Ontario Department of Agriculture, 250.00; 
W. H. Price, painting, 517.65; Department of Public Highways, services of man 
and truck, 102.65; Produced in Canada Exhibition, rental, 130.00. Sundries: 
cartage, 903.43; express, 331.09; freight, 8.01; petty disbursements, 14.90 3,869 52 

Insurance ($816.51) 
Smith & Ferry, 700.00; A. E. Wright Agency, 116.51 816 51 



Carried forward 311,141 83 



I 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 311,141 83 

To Reimburse Value of Personal Property Lost in Capsizing of 

Canoe while Employed on Geological Exploration Work, 

Red Lake Area ($52.00) 

H. D. Ball, 27.00; G. D. Furse, 25.00 52 Oa 

Grant to Queens' University re Miller Memorial Chair of 
Geology ($5,000.00) 

Queens' University, grant 5,000 00 

Miscellaneous $152,418.75 

STATUTORY 

Minister's salary (see page 4) 8,000 00 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Investigation and Report re Treatment of Silicosis amongst 
Miners of Ontario ($5,678.71) 

Dr. J. M. Smith, services at £1,500 per year, 3,654.80; travelling expenses, 2,023.91 5,678 71 

Explorations, Experiments, etc., re Deposit of Fire Clay, Seguin 
River ($9,198.12) 

Services. — L. McKillop, superintendent at 250.00 per mo., 900.00; pay list, wages 

of men, 1.518.96 2,418 96 

Travelling Expenses. — H. Anderson, 31.85; A. S. Hanna, 44.15; R. B. Harkness, 

231.94: L. McKillop. 154.16 462 10 

Miscellaneous. — J. S. Brend, repairs, 26.70; A. Benin, contract building road, 
Smoky Falls to clay deposit, 2,952.75; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., provisions, 259.17; 
King's Printer, 154.17; R. A. Lister & Co., repairs to magneto, 29.50; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., tools, hardware, etc., 372.14; Morrow & Beatty, hardware, 
etc., 497.37; McGregor & Mclntyre, structural steel, 1,442.64; Oil Wells Supply 
Co., Ltd., pumps and equipment, 137.50; Page-Hersey Tubes, Ltd., pipes and 
fittings, 246.23; Peake & Whittingham, photos, 13.00; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 
tents, 52.00; F. J. Spooner, board of men, 66.50; Workmen's Compensation 
Board, assessment, 47.25. Sundries: express, 18.40; telegrams, 1.74 6,317 06 

Special Warrants $14,876.83 

Total Expenditure, Department of Mines $339,070.66 



PART J 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



GAME AND FISHERIES 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office: • page 

Salaries 3 

Contingencies 3 

Miscellaneous : 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act 3 

Maintenance and Operation of Hatcheries 9 

Purchase of, and Repairs to Boats, etc 13 

Planting Wild Rice Seed, Celery, etc 15 

Game Animals and Birds 15 

Erection of Ponds, Buildings, etc 16 

Repairs to Fish Car 16 

Unforeseen and Unprovided 16 

Exhibits 17 

Moving Expenses of Officials 17 

Experimental Fur Farm 17 

Services, Expenses, etc., at Macdiarmid 17 

Grants for Services re Crown Game Preserve 17 

Grant to Lake Erie Fishermen's Association 17 



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1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



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DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

Hon. C. McCrea, Minister 



MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($34,782.12) 

D. McDonald Deputy Minister 12 months 5,200 00 

G. H. Rapsey Superintendent 9^ " 2,857 12 

H. G. Cox Inspector 12 " 2,400 00 

Geo. Graham Principal Clerk 12 " 2,300 00 

G. P. Douse " " 12 « 2,200 00 

Wm. Lee Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

C. G. Gladman Principal Clerk 12 " 2,200 00 

Eugene Langevin Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

Lome Pelz Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

W. H. McCartney Clerk 12 " 1,400 00 

V. J. Doole Secretarial Stenographer 12 • " 1,400 00 

J. M. Beaupre Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,400 00 

G.C.Boyd " " " 12 " 1,200 00 

K. Campbell Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

N. Lynch Clerk Typist 12 " 1,200 00 

Madge Archer Filing Clerk 12 " 1,200 00 

Annie Newlands Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

Gertrude E. McAuley Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,050 00 

Florabell McGill " " 12 " 975 00 

Contingencies ($9,023.09) 

Temporary Services — Helen B. Evans, clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 
900.00; Edna M. French, clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; George 
Groom, custodian of furs at 150.00 per mo., 225.00; Florence King, filing clerk 
at 75.00 per mo., 525.00; M. Langevin, stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 255.00; 
Marion P. Rankin, junior clerk at 62.50 per mo., 16.82; Florence Sands, clerk 
stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 900.00 3,721 82 

Travelling Exoenses.—H. G. Cox, 73.13; D. McDonald, 117.60; L. Pelz, 30.50; 

Geo. H. Rapsey, 293.40 514 63 

Miscellaneous. — Ackerman's Sporting Guide, 100.00; Associated Chemical Co., 
39.96; Blue Water Highway Association, 50.00; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
28.88; Charlton Simplified Road Maps, 125.00; Dept. of Public Highways, 
39.65; Dominion Press Clipping Agency, 60.00; Field, Love & House, 35.00; 
King's Printer, 3,367.90; L'nited Typewriter Co., Ltd., 366.54. Sundries: Car 
tickets, 24.00; express, 34.19; newspapers and periodicals, 33.75; postage, 10.00; 

telegrams, 452.15; petty disbursements, 19.62 4,786 64 

Main Office f$43,805 21 1 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act ($205,765.66) 

District No. 1, London ($26,249.23) 

Col. R. Emmerton Warden 12 months 

Donalda Leach Clerk Stenographer 12 

Arthur Cecile Overseer 

Thos. F. Condlen " 

C.J.Kerr " 

Wm. Keller " 

Geo. L. Leedham " 

Harry Manning " 

W. A. Mewhinney " 

F. J. Montgomery " 

O. H. Robinson " 

Ira Toole " 

W. S. Caldwell Special Patrol 

H. R.A.Ely " " 

Travelling Expenses.— W. S. Caldwell, 646.28: A. Cecile, 449.20; T. F. Condlen, 
443.92; Col. R. Emmerton, 354.38; H. R. A. Ely, 521.99; W. Keller, 343.43; C. J. 
Kerr, 315.25; G. S. Leadham, 402.90; H. Manning, 677.91; W. A. Mewhinney, 
608.81: F. J. Montgomery, 124.84; O. H. Robinson, 598.57; I. Toole, 602.49. . . . 6,089 97 



12 months 


2,400 00 


12 " 


960 00 


12 « 


1,100 00 


12 " 


1,092 71 


12 « 


1,200 00 


11 " 


1,098 63 


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1,389 72 



Carried forward 67,536 24 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 
District No. 1, London — Continued 

Automobile Allowances. — Sundry persons 

Miscellaneous. — Miss R. Dodge, services as stenographer, 36.00; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., sleeping bag, 47.25; M. G. Ely, garage rent, 26.25; Royal Bank, office rent, 
432.00; Mrs. W. J. Thompson, garage rent, 60.00; B. H. Young, garage rent, 
36.00. Sundries: Express, 13.24; postage, 162.00; telegrams, 6.64; telephone, 
151.97; petty disbursements, 66.85 

District No. 2— Headquarters, Orillia ($25,568.19) 

Peter Stevenson Warden 12 months 

Lillian E. Wilson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Bernard Gooderham Overseer 12 " 



Robt. N. K. Hills... 
Neil MacNaughton. . 
J. F. McGregor. . . .• . 
Geo. M. Richardson. 

Wm. R. Stalker 

R. D. Windsor 

T. J. Woods 

R. W. Carson 



12 

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12 

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12 

. Special Patrol 12 



Travelling Expenses.— R. W. Carson, 329.40: W. T. Clark, 130.51; M. C. Gidley, 
114.69; B. Gooderham, 1,339.02; R. N. K. Hills, 689.36; N. MacNaughton, 
753.05; J. F. McGregor, 903.63; G. M. Richardson, 416.28; W. R. Stalker, 577.28; 
P. Stevenson, 578.18; R. D. Windsor, 814.13; T. J. Woods, 1,117.95 

Seasonal Overseers. — Sundry persons 

Automobile Allowances. — Sundry persons 

Miscellaneous. — Brown Bros. & Eplett, gas, etc., 45.62: Cavana & Watson, renc, 
360.00; T. Chalk, signs, 40.00; Ditchburn Boats, Ltd., gas and oil, 28.12; T. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., sleeping bag, 52.55; W. B. Johnston, signs, 22.60; Knight, 
Frost & Frost, legal services, 17.50; Miss P. Scott, services as stenographer, 
54.00. Sundries: Express, 12.71; postage, 98.00; telegrams, 8.31; telephone, 
77.04; petty disbursements, 51.26 

District No. 3 — Headquarters, Ottawa ($34,254.54) 

J. W. Coffey W^arden 

F. E. Goulet Clerk Stenographer 

Chas. W. Amey Overseer 

Royal Baker " 

John H. Boyd " 

Jos. Burns " 

Wm. T.Clark " 

H. E. Costello " 

R. R. Cockburn " 

L J. Lyons " 

Chas. E. Muffitt " 

S. J. McClelland " 

Robt. G. Sheppard " 

John W. Thomlison " 

W. Ford Webster " 

Geo. S. Leach Special Patrol 

J.H.Phillips " « 



Travelling Exoenses.—C. W. Amey, 732.48; R. L. Baker, 660.18; J. H. Boyd, 
351.37; J. Burns, 618.98; W. T. Clark, 172.40; J. W. CoflFey, 493.00; R. R. Cock- 
burn, 738.93; H. E. Costello, 708.45; G. S. Leach, 398.96; T. J. Lyons, 570.07; 
C. E. Muffitt, 700.86; S. J. McClelland, 708.51; J. H. Phillips, 299.88; E. Reid, 
14.50; R. G. Sheppard, 682.37; J. W. Tomlinson, 221.43; W. F. Webster, 592.41 

Seasonal Overseers. — Sundry persons 

Automobile Allowances. — Sundry persons 

Miscellaneous. — Belleville Motors, gas, etc., 82.00; Campbell Motor Sales, gas, etc., 
100.24: Clark & Lewis, Ltd., gas, etc., 66.27; Cornwall Electric Service, gas, etc., 
155.45; Bank Street Garage, gas, etc., 15.75; J. Branson, janitor services, 27.00; 
Grant Holden & Graham, Ltd., tent, etc., 61.70; Jackson Building, rent, 489.00; 



67,536 24 



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7,763 48 

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1,062 47 


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8,664 78 

606 00 

1,550 00 



Carried forward 128,005 88 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



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Brought forward 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 
District No. 3 — Headquarters, Ottawa — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

A. Leach, rent, 60.00; Ottawa Office Towel Supply, service, 18.00; Ottawa Valley 
Motor Co., storage, 21.00; Pembroke Garage, gas, etc., 117.49; H. H. Popham 
Co., cabinet, 15.00; K. Yondale, garage rent, 48.00; Sundries: Car tickets, 
15.00; express, 13.07; postage, 235.00; telegrams, 47.49; telephone, 262.37; 
petty disbursements, 21.46 

District No. 4— Headquarters, North Bay ($34,196.92) 

George M. Parks Warden 12 months 

Beatrice G. Morton Clerk Stenographer 12 

Wm. G. Armstrong Overseer 

Geo. F. Charsley " 

Jos. P. Grant " 

David Irwin " 

Orrin D. Lewis " 

Oliver Leblanc " 

Garnet Magill " 

F. B. McKnight " 

Alex. E. Pennell « 

Thos. Taylor " 

Gordon J. Yates " 

F. R. McOrmond " 

H. Boyce " 

W, H. Derrick " 

Wm. A. Lyness Special Patrol 

Jos. Mulligan " « 



128,005 88 



Travelling Expenses. — W. G. Armstrong, 546.08; G. M. Brooks, 49.65; H. Bryce, 
195.73; G. F. Charslev, 651.17; G. F. Derrick, 20.30; W. H. Derrick, 7.65; J. P. 
Grant, 291.45; D. Irwin, 342.92; O. Leblanc, 875.94; O. D. Lewis, 694.54; W. A. 
Lvness, 846.25; G. Magill, 636.90; F. B. McKnight, 746.01; F. R. McOrmand, 
400.59; J. Mulligan. 728.63; G. M. Parks, 310.22; A. E. Pennell, 431.86; T. 
Taylor, 512.48; J. G. Yates, 575.68 

Seasonal Overseers. — Sundry persons 

Automobile Allowances. — Sundry persons 

Miscellaneous. — Beauchesne Bros., provisions, 13.49; Miss E. H. Besserer, services 
as stenographer, 30.00; G. Bucciarelli, provisions, 173.74; Cochrane Dunlop Hard- 
ware, Ltd., hardware, 154.61; Continental Wood Products Co., provisions, 
187.32; Elsas Trading Co., provisions, 16.58; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, etc., 
61.41; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., rent, 460.00; North Bay Garage, gas, 151.88; 
E. Pellow, lumber, 40.16; A. E. Pennell, rent, 75.00; J. Roberts, hardware, 
47.45; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., provisions, etc., 247.52; Temagami Outfitting 
Co., tent, etc., 24.65. Sundries: Express, 28.15; postage, 200.00; telegrams, 
82.07; telephone, 160.62; petty disbursements, 51.23 

District No. 5— Headquarters, Fort William ($24,361.84) 

A. E. Eraser Warden 12 months 

Dorothy Collard Clerk Stenographer 12 



J. H. Cummins Overseer. 

C. H. Douglas 

E. G. Forsythe 

Walter Hawkins. . . . 

Wm. H. Martin 

S. E. Mills 

F. E. Mathe 

A. F. Spillett 

Jos. York 

Wilbert Faubert .... 
Robt. C. Campbell. . 
Angus H. McEvoy. . 

Travelling Expenses.— J. H. Cummins, 637.25; C. H. Douglas, 4.70; W. Faubert, 
905.59; E. G. Forsyth, 344.80; A. E. Eraser, 1,075.70; W. Hawkins, 834.43; 
R. G. Hinton, 18.35; W. H. Martin, 479.22; F. E. Mathe, 763.63; A. H. McEvoy, 
156.10; S. E. Mills, 499.77; A. F. Spillett, 489.00; J. York, 259.45 



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861 16 


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8,864 05 

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1,231 87 

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1,100 00 

1,100 00 

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1,400 00 

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1,053 54 

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183 34 



6,467 99 



Carried forward 186,070 83 



J 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 186,070 83 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act— Continued 
District No. 5 — Headquarters, Fort William — Continued 

Automobile Allowances. — Sundry persons 275 GO 

Miscellaneous. — J. H. Beamish, meals, 29.75; Booth Fisheries Co., herring, 23.68; 
W. Bruce, dogs, 61.05; T. C. Colby, services as canoeman, 32.00; T. Conway, 
taxi service, 16.00; Craigie & Co., herring, 14.16; P. N. Dalseg, gas, etc., 27.05; 
J. Dickson, rent, 180.00; Dow's Service Station, gas and oil, 100.85; Fort Frances 
Union Co-op. Co., provisions, 38.50; Fort William Commercial Chambers, rent, 
588.96; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, 131.16; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, etc., 153.80; 
Marine Grocery, provisions, 26.88; Marks-Clavit-Dobie Co., Ltd., provisions, 
32.03; Neale & Heath, provisions, 18.21; J. Pelto, services, 48.00; A. Pitt, pro- 
visions, 10.72; W. Ploufif, services, 10.50; W. Polhill, services as janitor, 45.00; 
N. Salo, dog harness, 19.40; F. Sanderson, snowshoes, 26.00; F. Smith, services, 
45.00; Wells & Emerson, snowshoes, 14.00; J. York, rent of canoe, 50.00. Sun- 
dries: Express, 47.87; postage, 121.00; telegrams, 90.61; telephone, 50.50; petty 
disbursements, 37.42 •. 2,090 10 

District No. 7— Headquarters, Deer Lake ($11,947.12) 

Donald Ward Warden 12 months 2,000 00 

Ernest Farrington Overseer 12 " 1,200 00 

Wm. Fitzpatrick " 2 " 183 34 

A. J. Woodward " 12 " 1,100 00 

Ray Lawn " 10 " 862 33 

Travelling Expenses. — E. Farrington, 170.95; D. Ward, 1,126.81; A. J. Woodward, 

177.50 1,475 26 

Miscellaneous. — Bell & Jones, oil, 18.33; Bloodvein Trading Co., provisions, 
15.30; G. Bunch, labour, 20.00; K. Chamandy, dogs, etc., 61.00; F. Cosco & Co., 
provisions, 11.05; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., drugs, etc., 33.30; Eureka Sales Co., 
supplies, 145.83; A. Fisher, services, 335.00; M. Fontaine, services, 21.00; J. 
Hiley, meals, 36.00; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, etc., 1,942.94; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., gas, 11.40; J. Kasiash, services, 15.00; J. A. Kert, provisions, 115.60; 
G. Kessie, services, 28.50; G. Leysund & Catton, provisions, 19.20; Macdonald 
Consolidated, Ltd., provisions, 921.80; J. H. Milling, services, 36.00; S. Natto- 
way, dogs, 30.00; E. Painter, rent, 75.00; pay lists, wages of men, 227.00; A. 
Perault, services, 72.50; J. Perault, services, 37.50; R. Perault, services, 12.00; 
Pioneer General Store, provisions, 21.69; B. H. Rands, hardware, 13.85; Red 
Lake Transport Co., Ltd., lumber, 11.00; A. Robinson, services, 150.00; F. 
Sanderson, harness, 21.25; S. V. Sigurdson, dogs, 40.00; W. Valley, services, 
78.00; D. Ward, transportation, 163.50; S. Wigle, services, 60.00. Sundries: 
Express, 143.92; postage, 45.81; telegrams, 3.92; petty disbursements, 132.00. . . 5,126 19 

Overseer, Toronto, and Special Patrols ($2,624.72) 

Services.— S. E. McCullough, 1,225.01; Percy Revill, 625.00; Peter J. Spence, 

336.16 2,186 17 

Travelling Expenses.— S. E. McCullough, 27.00; P. Revill, 84.15; Peter J. Spence, 

327.40 438 55 

Issuers of Special Export Permits and Collector of Royalties ($1,000.00) 

Temporary Services.— C. Hardy, 200.00; G. A. Holland, 200.00; G. A. Maclennan, 

200.00; E. W. Paice, 200.00; G. R. Ray, 200.00 1,000 GO 

Special Overseers, Hunting Season ($1,269.81) 

Temporary Services.— F. H. Rishton, 52.50; J. Bonfield, 162.00; Thos. H. Cheer, 
150.00; R. F. Curtis, 45.50; O. Delahave, 56.00; H. Glaeser, 105.00; W. J. Hill, 
87.50; T. A. MacDonald, 56.00; W. J.Madigan, 56.00; J. Nelson, 56.00; S. A. 
Pottle, 129.50; J. F. Richardson, 56.00; J. E. Rogers, 65.00; C. H. Weese, 56.00. 1,133 Gq 

Travelling Expenses.— R. F. Curtis, 8.85; O. Delahaye, 13.45; W. J. Hill, 48.21; 
T. A. MacDonald, 1.75; W. J. Madigan, 6.10; S. A. Pottle, 5.00; J. F. Richardson, 
10.70; J. E. Rogers, 38.40; C. H. Weese, 4.35 136 81 



Carried forward 205,277 58 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 7 

Brought forward 205,277 58 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Advertising.— Mail Printing Co., 33.60; The Nugget, 10.50; Spectator Ptg. Co., 
8.40; Sudbury Star, 11.20; Toronto Evening Telegram, 33.60; Toronto Daily 
Star, 13.50; Toronto Mail and Empire, 16.80; Toronto Globe Ptg. Co., 16.80; 
Toronto Daily Hebrew Journal, 8.40 152 80 

Miscellaneous. — Associated Chemical Co., Ltd., disinfectants, 29.50; B. Cairns, 
Ltd., buttons, 102.50; L. J. Carroll, travelling expenses, 14.95; H. H. Creswick, 
legal services, 53.80; Frost & Frost, legal services, 35.00; T. Hilliard, legal ser- 
vices, 50.55; King's Printer, 7,472.03; E. H. Lancaster, legal services, 10.00; 
W. F. Langworthy, legal services, 25.00; Lufkin Rule Co. of Canada, 116.37; 
E. K. McBrady, reporting, 16.10; Midland Engine Works, storage, 15.00; H. 
Nicholson, services, 163.00; D. Pike Co., Ltd., revolvers and handcuffs, 101.70; 
Port Dover Planing Mills, sign boards, 26.00; E. L. Ruddy Co., Ltd., signs, 
75.00; W. J. Taylor, Ltd., subscription "Rod and Gun," 74.00; T. S. Watkinson, 
reporting, 16.00; J. Watts, posting signs, 22.20; N. M. Wilson, legal services, 
15.00. Sundries: Express, 513.48; petty disbursements, 62.33 9,009 51 

Patrol Boats 
"Athene" ($2,476.65) 
Fuel and Oil. — F. Anderson & Co., 7.25; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 277.32; Schuster Co., 

Ltd., 28.80; Wakefield & Co., Ltd., 25.20 338 57 

Groceries and Provisions. — J. A. Chevriar, 34.96; Henderson Grocery, 103.79; 

D. S. Larne, 247.88; W. Thomas, 23.95; W. L. Wheeler, 15.82 426 40 

Miscellaneous. — Belleville Steam Laundry, laundry, 6.30; M. J. Brooks, travelling 

expenses, 45.75; N. Cousins, travelling expenses, 7.50; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., flag, 

4.90; pay list, wages of men, 1,550.49; Capt. E. Reid, travelling expenses, 9.45; 

Walker Hardware Co., Ltd., 1.85; Sundries, 85.44 1,711 68 

"Elsie Doris" ($8,644.86) 

Fuel and Oil. — Centur>' Coal Co., Ltd., 576.74; Garage & Welding Co., 2.59; 
Hall's Hardware, 78.91; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 34.50; Lake Erie Coal Co., 282.80; 
Midland Engine Works, 56.53; Port Dover Coal & Supply Co., 275.74 1,307 81 

Groceries and Provisions. — J. Allen, 27.84; G. Brighty, 31.81; F. B. Colman & 
Son, 243.90; W. E. Eastwick, 98.20; W. Evans, 169.51; Goodall's Meat Market, 
54.82; C. Husted, 4.20; V. Leaney & Son, 36.50; W. E. McKibben, 20.92; F. R. 
McMillan, 125.25; Midland Meat Market, 10.08; C. A. Quick & Sons, Ltd., 
183.72; J. H. Sutherland & Co., 72.31; J. H. Thompson, 10.85; W. E. Wicker, 
357.99 1,447 90 

Miscellaneous. — Aylmer Steam Laundry, laundry, 25.65; Dept. of Marine, 
Canada, boiler inspection fees, 25.00; B. Drinkwater, travelling expenses, 2.15; 
G. D. Frewer, adjusting compass, 40.00; Hall's Hardware, supplies, 34.35; M. R. 
Janes, travelling expenses, 13.20; J. Leckie, Ltd., fire brick, 80.20; McCay's 
Hardware Store, brushes, 1.43; Muir Cap Co., cap, 3.50; J. G. Patterson, candles, 
2.00; pay list, wages of men, 5,564.18; Port Dover Fish Co., rent, 10.50; Rex 
Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniform, 38.50; Stirling Fish Co., storage, 4.80; Geo. Thomp- 
son, oil cloth, 7.00. Sundries: Express, 7.35; postage, 3.00; telephone, 8.15; 
petty disbursements, 18.19 5,889 15 

^'Gladys R" ($1,159.25) 

Fuel and Oil.— J. H. Beamish, 97.16; J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co., 25.20 122 36 

Groceries and Provisions. — J. H. Beamish 381 69 

Miscellaneous. — Can. Nat. Railway, fares, 33.40; pay list, wages of men, 582.00; 
Keith Rapsey, travelling expenses, 35.70; J. M. Sutherland, travelling ex- 
penses, 4.10 655 20 

♦•Hopewell" ($3,027.54) 
Fuel and Oil.— Cassan Bros., 41.30; Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., 114.93; Midland 

Engine Works Co., 301.62; C. C. Wakefield & Co., 8.80; J. M. Wallace, 1.60. ... 468 25 

Groceries and Provisions. — R. Bowman, 6.90; G. Brighty, 184.92; J. J. Hatley, 

6.27; Midland Meat Co., 19.88 217 97 

Miscellaneous. — Georgian Bay Shipbuilding & Wrecking Co., docking, 70.00; 

H. C. Gidley, travelling expenses, 61.34; pay list, wages of men, 2,109.43; Rex 

Tailoring Co., uniform, 38.50; petty disbursements, 62.05 2,341 32 

Carried forward 229,748 19 



J__8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 229,748 19 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 
"Lotus" ($2,845.07) 

Fuel and Oil.— O. T. Bennett, .35; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 48.19; Morton Bros., 137.28; 

S. Shipman, 67.07; N. Trotter, 319.20; C. C. Wakefield & Co., 27.14 599 23 

Groceries and Provisions. — B. & M. Brandon, 74.17; S. Shipman, 55.28; W. D. 

Ritchie & Son, 152.92; B. H. Turner Co., Ltd., 44.84 327 21 

Miscellaneous. — H. B. Christilane, towels, 29.80; J. S. Elliott, travelling expenses, 
44.30; J. P. Kelly, travelling expenses, 15.25; pay list, wages of men, 1,736.49; 
S. Shipman, travelling expenses, 13.80; petty expenses, 78.99 1,918 63 

"Mink" ($55.70) 

Fuel and Oil.— C. H. Colby, 36.25; C. C. Wakefield & Co., 13.20 49 45 

Miscellaneous. — Petty disbursements 6 25 

"Miseford" ($11,629.42) 

Fuel and Oil. — Canada Coal Co., Ltd., 123.50; Century Coal Co., 1,550.13; Dean 
Coal Co., 200.00; Fahner Lumber Co., 93.60; Georgian Bay Tourist Co., 1.60; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 44.64; S. Kennedy, 75.07; F. E. Kimmerley, 107.50; Rice 
Lewis & Son, 7.00; C. C. Lee, 6.25; D. H. McCoy, 7.70; J. J. McEwen, 29.38; 
Mullen Coal Co., 192.50; Pittsburgh Coal Co., Ltd., 300.00; Port Stanley Supply 
Co., 73.50; E. Rogers Co., Ltd., 14.80; J. Sowards Coal Co., 77.00; A. R. Wright 
& Son, 2.40 2,906 57 

Groceries and Provisions. — H. W. Boneberg, 97.19; J. N. Cauthers, 166.57; F. R. 
Dale, 361.59; L. & H. J. Duchene, 15.86; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 279.72; A. H. 
Gammon & Sons, 129.10; J. J. McEwen, 110.25; R. H. McMann & Co., 25.49; 
H. E. Martin, 75.54; Millan Bros., 25.03; E. W. Molser, 75.55; E. Piper, 24.23; 
W. E. Preston & Co., Ltd., 86.32; C. A. Quick & Sons, Ltd., 178.12; E. Ramey, 
23.50; W. J. Snelgrove, 21.00; J. H. Sutherland & Co., 176.08; B. H. Turner Co., 
Ltd., 48.20 1,919 34 

Miscellaneous. — Aylmer Steam Laundry, laundry, 39.12; Coleman Lamp Co., 
Ltd., stove, 10.25; W. Daggett, travelling expenses, 17.50; Dept. of Marine, 
Canada, boiler inspection fee, 30.00; A. Henning, rent of tug, 40.00; F. W. 
Ironside, travelling expenses, 27.80; S. Kennedy, rope, etc., 27.60; Rice Lewis & 
Son, Ltd.. ladder, etc., 63.69; Midland Steam Laundry Co., laundry, 22.72; New 
Method Laundrv, laundrv, 39.51 ; pav list, wages of men, 6,169.26; L. N. Phippen, 
Ltd., oil cloth, '25.02; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniform, 38.50; W. E. Swales, 
coats, etc., 15.00; Sarnia Steam Laundrv, laundr>', 27.30; Walker House, room, 
etc., 104.00; petty disbursements, 106.24 6,803 51 

"Ogima" ($3,221.30) 

Fuel and Oil.— J. H. Beamish, 50.90; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 430.80 481 70 

Groceries and Provisions. — H. England, 26.03; Hudson's Bay Co., 474.38; Marine 

Grocery, 49.94; Marks-Clavet-Dobie Co., 3.20 553 55 

Miscellaneous. — Algoma Laundr>^, laundry, 3.70; Can. Nat. Railway, fares, 35.10; 
R. G. Hinton, travelling expenses, 102.57; T. E. Mathe, travelling expenses, 
34.70; pay list, wages of men, 1,980.78; F. Sanderson, storage, 10.00. Sundries: 
Express, 11.85; postage, 1.50; petty disbursements, 5.85 2,186 05 

"Skola" ($913.74) 

Fuel and Oil.— Fort Francis Oil Co., 24.60; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 178.12; J. W. Stone 

Boat Mfg. Co., 21.05 223 77 

Groceries and Provisions. — Fort Francis Union Co-op. Co 159 90 

Miscellaneous. — Pay list, wages of men, 519.67; petty disbursements, 10.40 530 07 

''Snowbird" ($716.20) 

Fuel and Oil.— J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co 127 97 

Groceries and Provisions. — Marks, Clavet, Dobie & Co., 2.88; Neale & Heath, 

68.00 70 88 

Miscellaneous. — Pay list, wages of men, 502.25; petty disbursements, 15.10 517 35 

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Brought forward 249,129 62 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Miscellaneous re Boats ($441.25) 

P. W. Dalsee, gas, etc., 10.75; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, 5.35; J. B. 
Kerr, rent of boat house, 8.50; N. McNaughton, livery, 10.00; J. McVey, gas, 
etc., 7.12; Nipigon Service Garage, gas, 10.40; G. M. Parks, rent of boat, 325.00; 
H. B. Rye, dockage, 20.00; Sandwich Hydro-Electric System, light, 9.83; J. W. 
Stone Boat Mfg. Co., gas, etc., 34.30 441 25 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF HATCHERIES ($141,651.49) 

Belleville Hatchery ($10,509.34) 

Joseph Oakes Manager 11 months 1,650 00 

Fred W. Sole " 1 " 133 33 

Thos. A. Gordon Assistant 12 « 1,200 00 

Arthur Hill " 12 " 1,150 00 

Wm. Larue " 8 " 733 34 

M. Oakes Nightman 6 " 550 GO 

Miscellaneous. — Berry Bros., paint, 18.00; Deseronto Coal Co., coal, 11.00; 
Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 316.67; Earle & Cox Co., blinds, 18.70; O. Fitchett, 
provisions, 56.12; Mrs. J. French, board of men, 12.00; T. A. Gordon, travelling 
expenses, 154.65; H. G. Green, liver, 54.74: A. E. Hare, board of men, 25.75; 
A. Hill, travelling expenses, 113.35; C. L. Hyde, dippers, 11.25; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, light, 216.65; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 275.72; W. 
Larue, 56.95; Leslie Shoe Store, rubber boots, 6.50; J. Leckie, Ltd., rope, etc., 
33.78 ;Geo. E. Little, travelling expenses, 45.60; G. H. Manore, travelling expenses, 
19.10; M. Wain & Sherman, rent of camp, 10.00; A. Mitchell, milk, 8.40; M. 
Oakes, travelling expenses, 9.00; Mrs. J. Oakes, board of men, 32.00; Jos. Oakes, 
travelling expenses, 33.65; pay list, wages of men, 2,696.54; E. Perks, rent of 
store house, 23.00; Mrs. J. W.Redver, board of men, 26.25; Schuster Co., Ltd., 
coke, 31.40; H. Smith, ice, 10.00; Smith's Hardware, hardware, 77.17; F. W. 
Sole, travelling expenses, 68.80; Mrs. L. Tisdale, rent of boat, 8.00: Wallbridge & 
Clark, provisions, 143.90; White Hardware Co., paint, 35.95. Sundries: Cartage, 
262.70; express, 37.17; freight, 3.50; postage, 8.50; telephone, 72.85; telegraph, 
26.84; petty disbursements, 20.52 5,092 67 

Collingwood Hatchery ($8,936.11) 

John E. Turner Manager 7 months 1,050 00 

John D. Montgomer\' Assistant 12 " 1,200 00 

Geo. Andrews .' " 5 " 453 00 

D. M. McDermid Engineer 5 " 528 50 

Alex. McDougall « 5 " 528 50 

Miscellaneous.— C. C. Begg, blankets, 48.00; Bern.- Bros., varnish, 12.00; Boiler 
Inspection Branch, 26.50; P. Bushie, rent of boat, 16.50; Collingwood Public 
Utilities, power and light, 424.37; Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 116.25; C. H. 
Gauthier, provisions, 1,106.53; Gidley Boat Co., gas and oil, 21.00; Gilpin Bros., 
tubs, 14.35; Graves, Bigwood & Co., lumber and provisions, 91.93; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., gas and oil, 175.63; Johnston Bros., hardware, 115.82; F E. Kimmerly, 
coal, 7.75; J. Leckie, Ltd., rope, etc., 54.78; D. McDonald, repairs to boiler, 
32.50; W. Near, washing blankets, 5.75; R. Northcote, decorating, 145.00; 
pav list, wages of men, 2,081.95; Prentice & Sproule, provisions, 190.01; Jno. E. 
Turner, travelling expenses, 170.97. Sundries: Cartage, 232.63; freight, 28.63; 
telegrams, 6.77; petty disbursements, 50.49 5,176 11 

Fort Frances Hatchery ($4,705.48) 

Norman H. Quinlan Manager 12 months 1,600 00 

Sidnev C. Tucker Assistant 11]^ " 1,165 75 

Neil Galbraith Assistant 33 15 

Miscellaneous. — Blue Bird Food Stores, provisions, 73.67; O. B. Flinders, coal, 
629.90; Fort Frances Oil Co., gas and oil, 29.38; Gillmor & Nodden, hardware, 
59.58; W. Hayes, board of men, 16.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, 5.88; J. McQuarry, 
liver, 12.80; pav list, wages of men, 710.75; N. H. Quinlan, travelling expenses, 
122.95: Rainy Lake Boat Line, boat hire, 33.30; R. Smith, board of men, 16.00; 
S. C. Tucker,' travelling expenses, 80.00. Sundries: Cartage, 36.75; telephone, 
6.60; petty disbursements, 72.52 1,906 58 

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Maintenance and Operation of Hatcheries — Continued 
Glenora Hatchery ($13,719.99) 

Wm. Colter Manager 

C. E. Dulmage Assistant 

W. L. Hicks Assistant 

Miscellaneous. — Geo. Andrews, paint, 16.86; J. Barram, travelling expenses, 
40.59; H. H. Boyer, travelling expenses, 47.40; Boyle & Son, mitts, 29.40; Carter 
Bros., hardware, 42.19; R. Chalk, use of boat house, 30.00; S. Church, electric 
light, 108.00; Wm. Colter, travelling expenses, 322.53; R. Cowan & Son, liver, 
271.70; Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 475.00; C. E. Dulmage, travelling expenses, 
216.55; G. E. Eraser & Sons, boots, 13.50; W. W. Gilroy, provisions, 36.63; 
Mrs. I. B. Gould, board of men, 138.00; B. Greening Wire Mfg. Co., brass cloth, 
75.27; G. Haddon, salt, 12.40; R. Hawley, provisions, 6.54; Hepburn Bros., 
coal, 340.35; G. Hyderman, travelling expenses, 121.10; W. L. Hicks, travelling 
expenses, 34.90; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 344.44; W. A. Kidd, provisions, 
48.96; J. Leckie, Ltd., nets, 774.91; Mrs. M. Lighthall, board of men, 18.00; 
R. McCulIoch, travelling expenses, 53.43; R. O. McLeod, boat hire, 192.00; 
Thos. E. MacMurchy, travelling expenses, 9.35; H. Monroe, travelling expenses, 
90.85; Mounce's Hardware, paint, 32.80; pay list, wages of men, 3,867.25; W. 
Peters, provisions, 44.35; Purdy Lumber Co., provisions, 16.34; P. Revill, travel- 
ling expenses, 15.50; A. Snider, travelling expenses, 47.85; sundry persons, fish 
eggs, 639.00. Sundries: Cartage, 959.55; express, 35.04; freight, 46.91; postage, 
8.00; telegrams, 69.76; telephone, 63.20; petty disbursements, 63.59 9,819 99 

Kenora Hatchery ($10,130.00) 

Wm. R. Parker Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

A. E. Openshaw Assistant 12 " 1,200 00 

Emil Bylund Engineer 5 " 528 50 

C. F. Eraser " 5 " 528 50 

Miscellaneous. — Bergman & Nelson, repairs, 105.00; Campbell Heating Co., 
plumbing, 62.80; Caniff & Williams, hardware, 155.23; R. Eoster, provisions, 
165.42; H. V. Holden, ice, 6.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, etc., 47.15; Keewatin 
Lumber Co., lumber, 62.28; Kenora Electric, wiring, etc., 45.00; Town of Kenora, 
light, etc., 270.31; J. Leckie, Ltd., wire, etc., 326.05; Link & Henderson, livery, 
128.50; Murphy Bros., coal, 507.73; A. L. Murray, provisions, 11.30; W. R. 
Parker, travelling expenses, 130.40; W. Ray Parker, rental of tug and scow, 
856.00; pay list, wages of men, 2,735.50; D. G. Sinclair, papering, 65.58; 
Standard Store, provisions, 274.44; Williams Hardware Co., paint, 6.00. Sun- 
dries: Cartage, 62.50; freight, 24.09; telegrams, 4.45; petty disbursements, 21.27 6,073 00 

Kingsville Hatchery ($7,727.78) 

Samuel Adamson.- Manager 12 months J,800 00 

G. K. Manore Assistant 12 " 1,200 00 

Wm. Crawford Nightman 3 " 275 01 

Wm. Bowles Engineer 5 " 528 50 

M. Hutchinson " 5 " 528 SO 

Miscellaneous. — S. Adamson, travelling expenses, 86.63; A. Baltzer, repairs, 12.06; 
J. Bruner, boat hire, 120.00; Dominion Coal Co., coal, 1,126.39; Dominion Glass 
Co., egg jars, 209.58; Havis Bros., hardware, 9.33; Town of Kingsville, taxes, 
25.26; Kingsville Hydro-Electric System, light, 29.07; Lake Erie Coal Co., coal, 
655.75; D. H. McCay, paint, 36.00; Mrs. A. McLeod, 8.75; G. K. Manore, 121.65; 
pay list, wages of men, 281.27; Richards Glass Co., glass tubes, 48.60; sundry 
persons, fish eggs, 371.75; J. H. Sweet & Son. valves, 6.50. Sundries: cartage, 
193.70; freight, 7.78; telephone, 36.00; petty disbursements, 9.70 3,395 77 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery ($8,546.28) 

Richard McCuUough Manager 7 months 1,104 25 

John Neal Assistant 12 " 1,200 00 

Chas. Hartman Acting Manager 5 " 791 67 

Miscellaneous. — Mrs. A. Bowler, board of men, 26.50; A. Bowler, travelling 
expenses. 405.80; Brant Laundry Co., laundry, 6.50; Brant Seed & Feed Co., 
hay, 18.00; Brantford Fuel & Supply Co., coal, 409.53; E. J. Devlin, provisions, 
229.60; F. W. Fearman Co., liver, 581.40; R. Feely, repairs, 32.00; Grandview 



Carried forward. 308,395 49 



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1,800 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

458 33 



Brought forward 308,395 49 

Maintenance and Operation of Hatcheries — Continued 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery — Continued 

Mlscellaneoue — Continued 

Feed Co., straw, etc., 81.20; B. Greening Wire Co.. brass cloth, 162.83; C. 
Hartman, travelling expenses, 99.47; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 44.75; 
Ingleby-Taylor Co., Ltd., cement, 152.82; R. McCulloch, travelling expenses, 
171.74; W. F. Kolbe Co., pump hire, 8.60; Minnes Bros., plumbing, 9.18; B. 
Mundy, blacksmithing, 26.60; National Grocers, Ltd., 37.50; J. Neal, travelling 
expenses, 241.10; pay list, wages of men, 961.50; J. Post, travelling expenses, 
23.30; P. Revill, travelling expenses, 128.52; Sun Oil Co., gas, etc., 38.48; sundry- 
persons, fish eggs, 775.40; Superior Oils, Ltd., 15.30; T. & N.O. Railway, supplies 
car "Beaver," 6.04; West Brant Hardware, hardware, 18.62. Sundries: Cartage, 
524.50; express, 22.17; postage, 9.00; telegrams, 46.77; telephone, 77.21; petty 
disbursements, 58.43 

Normandale Hatchery ($13,090.31) 

Wm. Kenefick Manager 12 months 

R. A. Duff Assistant 12 " 

John W. Post " 12 

Geo. E. Gerow " 12 " 

J. A. Thompson Night Watchman 5 " 

Miscellaneous. — Berry Bros., varnish, 6.00; Can. Nat. Railway, ice, 16.00; E 
Church, livery, 84.50; Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 79.17; T. Eaton Co., Ltd. 
oil suits, 21.00; F. W. Fearman Co., liver, etc., 2,446.56; R. Ferris, provisions 
285.46; Can.Nat.Rys., ice, 8.00; G. Gerow, travelling expenses, 25. 75; T.A.Gordon 
travelling expenses, 14.35; Mrs. A. C. Hare, board of men, 56.00; J. Holden, cans 
15.92; F. Jackson, travelling expenses, 14.00; J. B. Jackson, Ltd., coal, 112.00 
J. H. Johnston, pans, 45.00; W. F. Kolbe Co., ice, 7.50; Wm. Kenefick, travelling 
expenses, 309.45; J. Leckie, Ltd., 6.25; Mrs. A. McLeod, board of men, 29.75 
G. A. Millen, board of men. 30.00; F. A. Mitchell, liver, 752.77; Mrs. K. Osborne 
board of men, 11.50; pav list, wages of men, 659.70; J. Post, travelling expenses 
204.50; H. T. Prelipp, hardware, 30.00; P. Revill, travelling expenses, 134.34 
Mrs. W. Staley, board of men, 223.80; sundry persons, fish eggs, 633.50; T. & N.O 
Railway, coal and ice, 38.51 ; J. A. Thompson, 81.90. Sundries: Cartage, 556.50 
express, 169.82; freight, 12.88; postage, 11.00; telegrams, 8.63; telephone. 52.12 
petty disbursements, 37.85 

Port Arthur Hatchery No. 1 ($8,012.63) 

John E. McKenzie Manager 12 months 

Duncan McAskill Assistant 12 " 

Miscellaneous. — Acme Laundr>'. washing blankets, 6.30; J. H. Beamish, hardware 
and provisions, 659.12; M. C. Campbell & Co., liver, 29.38; Fallis-Foote Co., 
hardware, 132.40; Lakehead Engineering Co., furnace repairs, 31.00; Marks- 
Clavet-Dobie Co., salt, 13.00; D. A. MacDonald, travelling expenses, 8.05; 
D. McAskill, travelling expenses, 77.50; J. E. McKenzie, travelling expenses, 
168.85; P. McLeod, travelling expenses. 127.50; Milton Francis Coal Co., coal, 
291.81; M. McLeod, travelling expenses, 64.45; pay list, wages of men, 2,796.00; 
Public Utilities Commission, light and water, 146.04; sundry persons, fish eggs, 
10.40; A. Wick, ice, 27.00. Sundries: Cartage, 276.50; express, 38.21; car tickets, 
36.00; freight, 27.60; postage, 6.20; telegrams, 15.04; telephone, 18.00; petty 
disbursements, 6.28 

Port Arthur Hatchery No. 2 ($5,044.22) 

Samuel Craig Manager 12 months 

Jas. Garriock Assistant 12 " 

Miscellaneous.. — Berry Bros., varnish, 12.00; City Typewriter Exchange, repairs, 
10.00; S. Craig, travelling expenses, 201.30; Fallis-Foote Co., hardware, 67.88 
J. Garriock, travelling expenses, 58.00; F. Gereu, use of tug, 257.00; Mrs. Gereu 
board of men, 26.00; D. McRae, wood, 127.50; Milton Francis Coal Co., coal 
57.19; pay list, wages of men, 723.00; Public Utilities Commission, light and water 
155.27; sundry persons, fish eggs, 234.00. Sundries: Cartage, 56.10; car tickets 
26.25; freight, 9.00; telephone. 18.00; petty disbursements, 5.73 2,044 22 



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1,200 00 



5,012 63 



1,800 00 
1.200 00 



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1,100 00 

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528 50 

528 50 



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Maintenance and Operation of Hatcheries — Continued 

Port Carling Hatchery ($803.94) 

Miscellaneous. — G. Connell, board of men, 124.00; Wm. Croucher, boat hire, 
148.00; E. Eddie, travelling expenses, 24.10; J. Greer, travelling expenses, 46.05; 
W. Hanna & Co., battery, 13.55; pay list, wages of men, 271.50; J. W. Post, 
travelling expenses, 43.80; H. Sharpe, rent of pumps, 25.00; W. Urquhart, 
travelling expenses, 38.65; A. White, travelling expenses, 39.30. Sundries: 
Cartage, 10.00; telephone, 5.15; telegrams, 7.54; petty disbursements, 7.30 

Sarnia Hatchery ($6,271.73) 

A. G. Laschinger Manager 12 months 

F. W. Sole Assistant 11 " 

E. Fletcher " 2^^ " 

J. W. Glass Engineer 5 " 

B. Fulett " 5 " 

Miscellaneous. — S. Adamson, travelling expenses, 35.15; Century Coal Co., coal, 
585.66; Chambers' Electric Co., lamps, etc., 7.80; Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 
79.17; J. Goodison Co., repairing boiler, 5.00; Hydro Shop, lamps, 5.30; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 59.84; A. G. Laschinger, travelling expenses, 58.61; G. N. 
Monore, travelling expenses, 82.99; Napanee Iron Works, Ltd., grates, 15.60 
pay list, wages of men, 722.85; Pt. Edward Hydro-Electric System, light, 17.97 
Quick's Ser\-ice Station, gas and oil, 13.98; Sarnia Hardware Co., hardware 
109.68; F. W. Sole, travelling expenses, 12.15; G. T. Sterne & Sons, soda, 20.21 
Mrs. A. Stewart, board of men, 63.00. Sundries: Cartage, 84.40; express, 10.80 
freight, 14.85; postage, 5.00; telephone, 35.29; petty disbursements, 55.95 

Sault Ste. Marie Hatchery ($9,815.24) 

Chas. Hartman Manager 7 months 

Joseph Oakes " 1 " 

G. A. Quinlan Assistant 12 " 

Norman Miskimins " 12 " 

E. C. Sanders « 8 " 

J. E. Turner Acting Manager 5 " 

Miscellaneous.- — E. L. Bedford, hardware, 40.90; J. E. Buchanan, provisions, 
98.06; C. Busby, travelling expenses, 5.10; Century Coal Co., coal, 297.09 
Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 71.03; L. Dalem, board of men, 11.00 
Dominion Glass Co., egg jars, 102.08; Great Lakes Power Co., light, 38.18 
Hinsperger Harness Co., rent of motor, 10.00; Hussy-Ferrier Meat Co., Ltd., 
liver, 189.75; V. Mann, plants, 13.00; J. Mechan, cans, 35.50; J. Millman, board 
of men, 25.50; N. Miskimins, travelling expenses, 351.05; E. Moreau, board of 
men, 16.50; National Grocers, Ltd., salt, 31.00; pav list, wages of men, 
1,400.97; Purity Ice Co., ice, 98.30; A. Purvis, board of men, 15.00; 
G. A. Quinlan, travelling expenses, 430.55; W. Sanders, travelling expenses, 
403.05; Shiers' Shoe Store, rubber boots, 19.50; City of Sault Ste. Marie, water, 
16.11; sundry persons, fish eggs, 73.60; Taylor Bros., lamps, 7.16; H. Trotter, 
boat hire, 12.00; J. E. Turner, travelling expenses, 42.75; Mrs. C. Turner, board of 
men, 58.27. Sundries: Cartage, 460.05; express, 12.53; freight, 135.50; postage, 
6.00; telegrams, 63.15; telephone, 75.04; petty disbursements, 8.30 

Southampton Hatchery ($9,504.71) 

Alex. McDougall Manager 12 months 

A. E. Mouck Assistant 12 " 

Miscellaneous. — Berry Bros., varnish, 11.76; B. Greening Wire Co., brass cloth, 
87.23; H. W. Harmer, window shades, 13.50; G. M. HefTerman, fish food, 18.25; 
L. Matheson, hardware, 18.32; A. McDougall, travelling expenses, 199.55; D. 
McVittie,ice choppers, 15.90; Robt. McVittie, coal, 219.90; A. E. Mouck, travel- 
ling expenses, 41.10; pav list, wages of men, 1,396.25; Saugeen Electric Light & 
Power Co., light, 38.50; Southampton Water Works, 4,000.00; R. Thompson, tug 
hire, 170.00; J. A. Thompson, gas and oil. 16.20; Trelford Bros., hardware, 58.09. 
Sundries: Cartage, 30.75; express, 77.85; freight, 19.88; telegrams, 6.95; telephone, 
42.90; petty disbursements, 21.83 



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1,108 33 

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Maintenance and Operation of Hatcheries — Continued 

Wiarton Hatchery ($7,803.43) 

Wm. J. Eldridge Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

H. A. Cheeseman Assistant 12 " 1,200 00 

Miscellaneous. — Berry Bros., varnish, 12.00; Brock Fisheries Co., ice, 29.00; 
H. A. Cheeseman, travelling expenses, 164.08; C. Eldridge, travelling expenses, 
23.30; Wm. J. Eldridge, travelling expenses, 115.65; Mrs. W. Eldridge, board of 
men, 124.00; J. Gildner & Son, liver, 140.69; Hunter Hardware Co., hardware, 
44.52; A. E. Mouck, travelling ex,penses, 100.85; Pay list, wages of men, 1,659.37; 
C. Reckin & Son, provisions, 95.85; J. Tackaberry, livery, 36.75; G. M. West, 
travelling expenses, 162.00; Wiarton Coal & Wood Co., coal, 229.52; Wiarton 
Flour Mills, salt, 9.00; Town of Wiarton, water, 1,500.00. Sundries: Cartage, 
168.60; freight, 88.00; light, 28.13; telephone, 39.13; petty disbursements, 32.99. . 4,803 43 

Fish Culture Branch ($8,371.81) 

H. H. MacKay Biologist 12 months 2,500 00 

Helen Stewart Clerk Stenographer 12 " 900 00 

Jean F. Plummer Clerk Stenographer 10 " 650 00 

Travelling Expenses.— K. L. Hamilton, 295.57; Dr. G. I. Hoover, 109.60; H. H. 

MacKay, 592.04; A. McKenzie, 230.83; D. S. Rawson, 278.19 1,506 23 

Miscellaneous — Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., silk cloth, 11.20; Beaver Brass Mfg. Co., 
rings, 24.72; Central Scientific Co., coats, 11.65; Dept. of Public Highways, rent 
of cars, 111.15; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., sheeting, etc., 51.42; Eastman Kodak Stores, 
Ltd., lantern, 8.50; A. Greu, rent of launch, 10.00; J. F. Hartz & Co., drugs and 
chemicals, 149.20; Instruments, Ltd., thermometers, 44.00; King's Printer, 
40.98; La Motte Chemical Products Co., drugs, 29.62; Newspapers and Period- 
icals, 10.25; Pay list, wages of men, 1,555.53; Spencer Lens Co., microscope, 
474.20; United Typewriter Co., typewriter and repairs, 124.27; University of 
Toronto, prints, etc., 24.60. Sundries: Cartage, 7.75; express, 18.32; freight, 
8.84; petty disbursements, 99.38 2,815, 58 

Miscellaneous ($8,658.49) 

A. W. McLeod Director of Hatcheries 12 months 2,700 00 

J. W. Jones Clerk of Works 12 " 2,300 00 

Percy Revill Overseer 6 " 750 00 

Travelling Expenses.— A. W. McLeod, 1007.84; P. Revill, 76.20 1,084 04 

Miscellaneous. — M. D. Earl, rubber boots, 10.90; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., books, etc., 
56.00; J. C. Elliott, tanks, 20.95; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., brushes, 24.06; Fiddes 
& Hogarth, lead cocks, etc., 31.56; Hyatt & Hart, lumber, 8.00; W. H. Kennedy, 
lumber, 45.56; King's Printer, stationerv, etc., 172.34; A. C. Knapp, boat hire, 
9.00; J. Leckie, Ltd., nets, etc., 76.00; Mrs. T. McQuade, board of men, 89.60; 
R. Moore, rent of fishing outfit, 363.00; Pay list, wages of men, 810.71; P. Race, 
stakes, 13.00; Jos. Rollow, rent of tent, 7.00; W. D. Stinson, tools, 37.15. 
Sundries: Express, 37.98; petty disbursements, 11.64 1,824 45 

Purchase or Building of and Repairs to Boats, Boathouses, 
Machinery and Vehicles ($21,990.94) 

"Athene" ($216.34) 

A. Cross & Co., repairs, 31.08; Paragon Gear Works, parts, 41.00; Quinte Battery 
Service Station, 45.15; White Hardware Co., paint, battery, etc., 48.05. Sundries: 
Duty, 12.30; express, 1.92; telegraph, 1.26; telephone, 1.60; petty disbursements, 
33.98 216 34 

"Elsie Doris" ($897.06) 

Bronson's Garage, welding, 64.00; J. H. Burke, paint, etc., 15.05; Hall's Hardware, 
packing, 55.94; J. Hay, repairing compass, 26.00; Horsworthy, Ltd., repairing 
rudder, 83.41; McQueen & Co., 39.50; W. L. Phillips, storm shield, 16.59; Port 
Stanley Dry Dock Co., repairs, 518.11; J. N. Schilz & Son, valves, etc., 15.71; 
Waterous, Ltd., caulking, 12.75; West Peachey & Sons, piston rings, etc., 25.60; 
petty disbursements, 24.40 897 06 

Carried forward 392,335 76 



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Brotight forward 392,335 76 

Purchase of Buildings, Repairs to Boats, etc. Continued 

"Gladys R" ($152.75 1 

J. H. Beamish, hardware. ()aint, 100.85; J. A Magnus Co., reiiairing motor, 10.75; 

K. Rapsey, travelling expenses. 12.05; j)etty disbursements. 19.20 152 75 

"Hopewell" ($470.29, 

Armstrong Bros., repairing pump, etc.. 13.80; W. 1.. lirennen. rejjairs. 18.05; A. 
Cross & Co., repairing magneto. 41.30; (ieorgian Bav Shipbuilding <S; Wrecking 
Co , repairs, 66.99; Great Lakes Foundry & Machine Co.. repairing engine, 13.80; 
Hartman & Son, paint, etc., 47.77; Idea! Welding Co., repairs, 25.57; Kermath 
Mfg. Co. of Canada. Outboard motor, 168.05; J. Lcckie. Ltd.. repairing compass, 
stove, etc., 34.30; MiUand Engine Works Co., 17.60; petty disbursements, 23.06 470 29 

"Lotus" ($233.85) 

O. T. Bennett, batterv. paint, etc., 37.40; Cari.-enter-Hixon Co., Ltil., 45.00; S. S. 
Haskiil. wheel, 25.00; J. Pur\is, towing, 20.00; S. Shipman, paint, etc., 79.20; 
N. Trotter, paint, oars, 11.65; petty disbursements, 15.60 233 85 

"Miseford" ($3,081.04) 

Canadian Beaver Co., gear, etc., 27.35; Crossle>- Lead & Machine Co., repairs. 26.95; 
T. Eaton Co , Ltd.. bowls. 12.00; G. D. Frewer, adjusting compass, 45.45; G. & A. 
Gardener, Ltd., paint, 53.00; Georgian Bav Shipbuilding & Wrecking Co., repairs, 
1,091.69; Imperial X'arnish & Color Co., paint, etc., nr.35; T. W. Jeffery & Sons, 
wrenches, etc., 16.78; S. Kennedy, hardware, etc., 18L21; Kingsboro & Baxter, 
hardware, 16.90; J. Leckie, Ltd., boat covers. 49.15; C. C. Lee, gaskets, 10.95; 
Rice Lewis & .Son, paint, etc., 26.50; Midland Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., installation 
of hawse pipe- and alterations to bulwark, 1,080.30; C. Ormsby, ice container, 
16.35; Pyke Towing & .Salvage Co., towing. 200.00; Toronto Dni Dock Co., 
repairs, 26.00; Toronto Harbor Commission, filling boiler, 10.00; J. C. \\'hitfield, 
Ltd., hardware, 16.67; A. R. Wright & Son, paint, etc., 42.72; pettv disburse- 
ments, 19.72 3,081 04 

"Mink" ($33.45) 

Foreman Motor & Ma -hine Co., propeller, 11.05; petty disl)ursements. 22.40 33 45 

"Ogima" ($530.09; 

Canadian Beaver Co., repairs to motor, 2i?>.2i; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., 
valves, etc., 14.61; Can. Pacific Railway Co.. freight, 62.08; Hudsorf's Bay Co., 
hardware, 31.37; J. Leckie, Ltd., repairing compass, 17.00; Rice Lewis & Son, 
valves, etc., 47.22; Northern Engineering & Supplv Co., repairs to engine and 
gears. 12.88; Pay list, labourers, 22.00; W. T. Piper, paints etc., 36.50; W. 
PloufTe, cartage, '30.75 ; petty disbursements, 22.45 530 09 

"Skola" ($71.63) 

Keewatin Lumber Co., flooring, 8.60; S. Preston, repairing pump, 18.75; Wells 

Hardware Co., paints, etc., 44.28 71 63 

"Snowbird" ($109.10) 

Campbell Heating Co., pump, 5.00; J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co., batteries, etc., 104.10 109 10 

Miscellaneous re Boats ($3,188.05) 

Robert Strang Supervising Engineer 12 months 1,800 00 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., vice, etc., 409.43; Disappearing Propeller Boat Co., 
Ltd., 41.74; Ditchburn Boats. Ltd.. 11.72; Foreman Motor Co., propeller, 26.75; 
Gilmore & Nodden, tools, 12.31; Greenleaf Co., batteries, 10.90; C. E. Hadden, 
paint, 33.25; J. Johnston, repairs, 48.67; J. Leckie, Ltd., oars, 23.80; Rice Lewis 
& Son, Ltd., chain blocks, etc., 132.12; J. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., valves, 
13.03; Napanee Iron Works, Ltd., repairs, 26.71; W. F. Petr\-. lumber, 27.18; 
H. B. Rye, paint, etc., 21.20; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., punt, 39.00; Smith Hardware, 
hardware, 13.93; travelling expenses, 227.06; Temagami Outfitting Co., canoe, 
etc., 50.00; J. X'anKoughnet, repairing boat. 29.20; White's. Ltd., hardware. 
30.35; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., joint, 12.60. Sundries: Express, 23.62; 
freight, 3.52; telephone, .70; petty disbursements, 119.26 1,388 05 

Carried forii'nrd 400,206 01 



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Boathouses ($223.18) 

Belleville. — A. Cross & Co. , repairs 

Experimental Fur Farm. — Canadian Fairhanks-Morse Co., grease cups 

Glenora. — Boyle (S: Son, batteries, etc., 12.30; P. Revill, travelling expenses, 2.25 . . 
Kenora. — Caniff & Williams, paint, 29.76; Hose Hardware Co., paint, etc., 14.11; 

Williams' Hardware Co., paint, etc., 17.28 

Point Edward Boat House. — R. Gibb, driving pile, 60.00; J. Hayne, piling, 38.70. . 

Automobiles — Repairs and Supplies ($12,784.11) 

District No. 1, London. — Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 18.90; Pettman & Forbes, 
repairs, 19.38; Willvs-Overland Sales Co., cars, 1,931.56; pettv disbursements, 
135.51 ' .' 2,105 35 

District No. 2, Orillia. — Brown Bros. & Eplett, 125.89; Fee Motors, repairs, 26.45; 
Fay lists, labourers, Bracebridge buildings, 416.10; W. R. Stalker, repairs, 2.50; 
travelling expenses, 28.10; J. F. Webber, tubes, 48.75; Willys-Overland Sales 
Co., cars, 2,057.22; petty disbursements, 70.23 2,775. 24 

District No. 3, Ottawa.— Asseistine & Sons, repairs, 29.00; Bank Street Garage, 
wiper, 10.95; Belleville Motors, 42.63; Canadian Beaver Co., engine repairs, 
49.71; Campbell Motor Sales, chains, etc., 54.71; Carleton Motor Sales, Ltd., 
repairs, 13.75; Cornwall Electric Service Co., 48.45; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 
tires and tubes, 73.99; Patterson Motor Sales, repairs, 16.46; Pembroke Garage, 
79.84; J. Roblin, repairing boathouse, 41.00; Teeple & Hall, repairs, 15.19; 
Willys-Overland Sales Co., cars, 2,763.24; petty disbursements, 143.02 3,381.94 

District No. 4, North Bay. — Burton's Taxi Service, Overland coupe, 912.65; 
North Bay Garage, 94.56; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., canoe and paddles, 95.75; 
Willys Overland Sales Co., car, 744.56; petty disbursements, 1.20 1.848 72 

District No. 5, Fort William. — W. W. Bourdoe, repairs, 42.10; Dow's Service 
Station, supplies, 85.25; Reichert's Auto Paint Shop, repairs, 10.00; Roach & 
Irwin, car, 819.59; F. Sanderson, canoes, 751.40; Si;i's Service Station, repairs, 
105.74; Woodsicle Bros., repairing engine, 15.40. Sundries; Express, .75; 
freight. 5.70; petty disbursements, 29.82 1,865 75 

District No. 7, Gold Pines. — Hudson's Bay Co., canoes, 180.00; express, 13.30; 

petty disbursements. 35.49 '. 228 79 

Departmental Cars, Toronto.— Asseistine & Sons, spindle arm, 14.20; Colling 
Tire Sho^, repairs, 12.60; Cozen Spring Service, repairs to truck, 49.80; Dunlop 
Tire «X Rubber Co., tires, 25.86; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 23.50; Goo hear Tire & 
Rubber Co., 41.58; Noble's Garage, repairing car, 64.11; Reo Motor Sales, 
chains, spring, etc.. 259.00; Willys-Overland Sales Co., bearing, etc., 12.64; 
petty disbursements, 20.15 523 44 

Sarnia Hatcheries, Car Repairs. — Sarnia Tire Co., tires, 43.10; Universal Car 

Sales Service, repairs. 1 1.78 54 88 

Purchase and Planting of Wild Rice Seed ($1,232.60) 

C. W. Campbell, .50; W. ]. Doolittle, 1,140.00; C. J. Kerr, 8.00. Sundries: Express, 

84.10 1,232 60 

Services and Expenses in connection with the Purchase and Distribu- 
tion of Game Animals, Birds, and Equipment of same ($15,535.31) 
Eugenia Preserve: 

John H. Johnson Manager 12 months 1,600 00 

Thomas Skinner Overseer 12 " 1,300 00 

Harold Falconer Assistant 12 " 1 ,200 00 

Game Animals and Birds. — W. A. Armstrong & Son, 20.85; R. V. 
Burgess, 45.00; H. Cairns, 5.95; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 31.70; Flesherton 
Garage, 13.65; Graham Bros., 13.14; J. H. Hogan, 1,629.50; D. Hav, 22.50; 
Jno. H. Johnson, 152.21; Kelly Feed & Seed Co., 380.10; S. A. King, 27.25; 
Rice Lewis & Son, 51.48; D. MacDonald, 18.00; G. R. Park, 31.50; R. D. Purvis, 
327.75. Sundries: Express, 144.86; freight, 24.98; postage, 21.00; petty dis- 
bursements, 21.60 2,983 02 

Experimental Fur Farm.— H. Brooks. 10.00; J. L. Byer, 2,550.00; W. Fenkeela, 
30.00; F.Fenningsdorf, 1,200.00; W. A. Gibbs & Son, Ltd., ,30.00; Hudson Bay 
Co., 196.80; J. Jefifrev, 20.00; Kelly Feed & Seed Co., 333.10; J. T. LaHamme, 
200.00; W. A. Lyness, 15.00; H. McLeod, 20.00; M. Nesbitt, 40.00; Pav list, 
wages of men, 33.00; O. Pigeau, 10.00; E. Rea, 129.50; E. C. H. Tisdale, 3,000.00; 
E. Watson, 50.00; A. Wirkkanen, 15.00. Sundries: Express, 146.56; petty 
disbursements, 20.65 8,049 61 



Carried forxuard 429,578 SZ 



J 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 429,578 53 

Services and Expenses in connection with the Purchase and Distribu- 
tion of Game Animals, Birds and Equipment of same — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 303.21. Sundries: Express, 87.97; petty dis- 
bursements, 11 .50 402 68 

Erecting Ponds and Buildings ($41,878.51) 
Eugenia Fish and Game Preserve. — J. Harrison & Sons, 170.50; Rice Lewis & 
Son, Ltd., 188.52; Pay list, wages of men, 49.50; G. B. Welton, 15.75. Sun- 
dries: Cartage, 24.00; petty disbursements, 22.13 470 40 

Experimental Fur Farm. — J. Britnell, gravel, 116.40; J. Carew Lumber Co., 
2,890.49; Delco Light Co., 1.615.00; J. East Co., Ltd., 118.00; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 80.65; Electric Shops, 172.10; C. A. Everson, 67.11; A. G. Ewen, 35.96; 
Mrs. G. Forman, 84.25; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 674.68; E. Granger & Co., 
23.80; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 100.00; Geo. H. Hees, Son & Co., Ltd., 34.42; 
Innes & Mackay, 17.64; J. W. Jones, 286.61; Kirkfield Hardware, 1,004.79; 
Kirkfteld Garage, 392.65; Lake Superior Paper Co., 73.22: Rice Lewis & Son, 
Ltd., 928.36; Lundv Fence Co., Ltd., 363.83; J. D. McEachern, 15.00; Miller & 
Libby, 42.52; Pav list, wages of men, 7,248.85; Peckover's, Ltd., 24.81; Quaker 
Oats Co., 22.55; E. Rea, 28.56; Percy ReviU, 18.84; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., 
76.50; R. Strang, 24.55; Toronto Butchers Supply Co., 11.75; Walsh Electric 
Co., Ltd., 94.75. Sundries: Express, 10.64; Freight, 12.27; postage, 3.00; 
telephone, 44.95; petty disbursements, 39.43 16,798 93 

Bracebridge. — Gravenhurst Hardware Co., 87.36; D. McNaughton, 43.75; J. H. 

Shier Lumber Co., Ltd., 552.42; R. H. Whaley, 26.28; petty disbursements, 7.60. 717 41 

Mount Pleasant.— B. Bowler, 116.00; County of Brant, 5.00; Ingleby-Taylor Co., 
Ltd., 421.01; R. McCulloch, 32.00; Pay list, wages of men, 603.75; E. E. Pearsall, 
104.00; H. Rutherford, 252.00; West Brant Hardware, 37.75 1,571 51 

Normandale. — Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation, 3,397.44; Mrs. J. Boomer, 
35.00; J. E. Butler & Sons, 394.50; Canada Customs, 230.84; Crane, Ltd., 105.60; 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 33.87; R. Ferris, 69.13; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 373.50; 
J. A. Hutchinson, 24.60; Innes & Mackay, 17.77; H. Y. Innes, 1,000.00; J. W. 
Jones, 172.48; A. G.Laschinger, 11.60; Lee & Nash, 85.40; McCall & Co., 507.68; 
J. A. McCall, 2,083.68; W. F. & K. J. McCall, 2,500.00; R. McCulloch, 150.03; 
H. M. S. Oakes, 200.00; T. P. Pope, 147.90; pay list, wages of men, 8,113.97; 
Peckover's, Ltd., 75.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., 65.20; H. F. Prelipp, 239.14; Mrs.W. 
Staley, 102.00; West Peachey & Sons, 178.05; Wettlaufer Bros., Ltd., 21.00. 
Sundries: Freight, 139.97; petty disbursements, 30.44 20,505 79 

Port Carling. — Department of Public Works, one half cost of installing pump. . . . 190 00 

Sarnia. — H. Churcher, 53.30; petty disbursements, 10.95 64 25 

Southampton. — J. W. Jones, 38.85. Sundries: Express, .90; telephone, 2.10 41.85 

Miscellaneous. — Oscar Hautala, 150.00; Laidlaw Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 180.42; 

Pay list, wages of men, 1,187.50. Sundries: Express, .45 1,518 37 

Repairs to Government Fish Car ($15.14) 

Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway, 11.94; West Brant Hardware, 3.20. ... 15 14 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($4.00j 

Dr. J. H. Walmsley, professional services re A. E. Mouck 4 00 

Exhibits ($3,545.18) 

J. Allen, 29.50; Associated Chemical Co., 19.75; Canada Bread Co., 19.20; J. DeWitt 
Co., 82.50; Dept. of Agriculture, 250.00; C. E. Dulmage, 38.75; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 23.82; E. Ellerbeck, 15.00; D. J. Elliott, 20.00; Evans Scenery Co., 172.10; 
S. A. Frcst, 104.75; E. J. Garbutt, 59.50; G. E. Gerow, 13 85; C. R. Harris & 
Sons, 15.62;C. D. Hermiston, 136.55; James & Sons, 17.00; J. H. Johnson, 130.39; 
J. W. Jones, 37.95; Kelley Feed & Seed Co., 81.58; W. Kennefick, 70.50; Lake 
Simcoe Ice, Ltd., 84.75; J. Leckie, Ltd., 115.00; O. D. Lewis, 55.69; MacNab & 
Sons, 19.17; Pay list, wages of men, 819.55; O. Pigeau, 21.00; G. N. Quinlan, 
37.95; G. H. Rapsev, 86.08; P. Revill, 73.95; Russill Hardware Co., 15.99; O. 
Spanner & Co., 196.90; P. Stevenson, 85.28; J. E. Turner, 57.95. Sundries: 
Express, 115.24; cartage, 265.50; telephone, 33.80; petty disbursements, 123.07 3,545 18 

Carried forward 475,424 04 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 17 

Brought forward 475,424 04 

Moving Expenses of OflBcers of the Department ($483.92) 

R. R. Cockburn, 65.50; C. Hartman, 266.92; J. Oakes, 144.50; Ronald G. Law, 

7.00 483 92 

MacDiarmid, Services and Expenses ($6,441.10) 

J. H. Beamish, 2,186.23; N. Bouchard, 47.50; Can. Nat. Railways, 24.33; Dept. of 
Lands and Forests, 170.00; A. McArthur, 760.00; Pay list, wages of men, 3,225.76. 
Sundries: Express, 6.20; postage, 11.50; petty disbursements, 9.58 6,441 10 

Experimental Fur Farm, Maintenance (9,023.82) 

George Groom Manager 10 months 1,500 00 

Geo. H. Rapsey " 23^ " 826 21 

Ronald G. Law Veterinary Surgeon 12 " 1,800 00 

Abbott Laboratories, 17.52; Aeroil Burner Co., 25.00; H. J.Aufield, 19.26; Canadian 
Milk Products, Ltd., 116.73; Canadian Packing Co., 29.15; J. W. Coad, 25.12; 
Church Bros., 130.00; H. DeGreer, 22.32; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 46.50; T. J. Faed, 
27.55; Jaspar Forman, 18.00; G. H. Forman, 67.25; W. A. Gibbs & Son, Ltd., 
10.00; E. Grainger Co., 10.50; Geo. Groom, 89.95; Hallam Mail Order Corpn., 
Ltd., 49.83; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 159.72; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 76.48; 
Ketchum Mfg. Co., 153.85; Kellv Feed & Seed Co., 220.90; King's Printer, 38.49; 
Kirkfield Hardware, 56.01; Kirkfield Garage, 334.56; R. G. Law, 112.05; J. 
Leckie, Ltd., 39.28; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 112.68; J. R. McKay, 77.36; T. 
McKee, 34.58; J. J. McMillan, 14.61; Mitchell & McGill, 240.15; J. J. Nicholls, 
10.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,106.45; G. H. Rapsev, 154.57; Ernest Rea, 
234.25; J. R. Rambough, 10.00; Ross Miller Biscuit Co., 133.30; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 57.50; Robt. Strang, 63.85; J. W. Thompson, 15.00; Ira 
Toole, 42.65; Toronto Butchers' Supply Co., 50.00; J. W. Tough, 243.28; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., 119.27; Jas. Webdale, 46.75. Sundries: Express, 51.92; 
freight, 77.24; postage, 8.00; petty disbursements, 98.18 4,897 61 

Grants for Special Services in Connection with Crown Game 
Preserve ($700.00) 

T. N. Jones, 100.00; E. L. Marsh, 200.00; J. Miner, 400.00 700 00 

Grant to Lake Erie Fishermen's Association ($400.00) 

Lake Erie Fisherman's Association 400 00 

Miscellaneous $448,667.67 

Total Expenditure, Department of Game and Fisheries $492,472.88 



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PUBLIC WORKS 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Main Office: page 

Public Works Department 12 

Repairs and Maintenance of Government Buildings: 

Government House 13 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings 14 

Osgoode Hall 17 

Public Works (Bridges) 26 

Drainage Works 34 

Public Buildings 34 

Statutory 40 

Special Warrants 41 



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Hon. G. S. Henry Minister (Statutory) 8,000 00 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

Salaries ($58,591.66) 



Geo. Hogarth Deputy Minister 12 months 

H. F. McNaughton Secretary and Law Clerk 2 " 

E. Purvis Secretary to Minister 12 " 

A. J. Halford Engineer 12 " 

J. W. Hackner Assistant Engineer 12 " 

J. A. Michaud Senior Draughtsman 12 " 

F. R. Heakes Architect 12 " 

Geo. White Assistant Architect 12 " 

E. M. Allen Senior Architectural Draughtsman 12 " 

A. C. B. Nicol " " " 12 " 

E.H.Russell " " " 12 " 

A. Blyth Architectural Draughtsman 12 " 

R.J.Roberts " « 12 " 

Robert S. Wright " " 12 « 

W. C. Merrick Senior Clerk 12 " 

Sidney Wood Clerk, Architect's Branch 12 " 

Duncan McLean " « " 12 " 

C. Kentleton Principal Clerk 12 " 

A. C. Smith Senior Clerk 12 " 

M. St. Charles Secretary to Deputy Minister 12 " 



F. Wiley. 

W. Tobin « " «" 

D. B. Gillis Clerk Stenographer 

M. C. Kellough « « 

Edward Meagher Clerk Stenographer, Engineer's Branch. 

C. Forrester Messenger and Collector 

Jas. Vance Clerk of Works. 



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Contingencies ($22,276.16) 

Temporary Services. — L. D. Brown, plumbing inspector at 166.66 per mo., 
1,999.92; H. Digby, secretary and purchasing agent at 266.66 per mo., 3,199.92; 
V. L. Gladman, draughtsman at 166.66 per mo., 1,999.92; A. Grant, senior 
draughtsman at 149.50 per mo., 1,794.00; W. B. Hackett, senior draughtsman 
at 183.33 per mo., 2,199.96; L. G. Odam, junior draughtsman at 108.33 per mo., 
1,299.96; F. L M. Owen, senior draughtsman at 183.33 per mo., 2,199.96; M. 
Ross, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 975.00; A. M. Taylor, draughtsman 
at 158.33 per mo., 1,899.95; Rhea Walker, dietitian manager at 25.00 per wk., 
66.67 

Extra Services.— Wm. Bain, 100.00; John Bennett, 100.00; R. Brown, 100.00; 
W. J. Campbell, 100.00; J. Gould, 100.00; Miss E. M. Sexsmith, 100.00 

Advertising. — Belleville Intelligencer, 4.50; Gore Bay Recorder, 2.80; The Hailey- 
burian, 4.80; Hamilton Herald, 6.75; Hamilton Spectator, 6.75; Keewatin 
Enterprise, 4.80; Kingston Whig-Standard, 6.75; North Bay Nuggett, 4.50; 
Ottawa Free Press, 9.00; Ottawa Journal Dailies, 9.00; Peterborough Examiner, 
4.50; Port Arthur Daily Times-Journal, 4.00; Port Hope Daily Times, 2.25; 
Preston & Sons, Ltd., 6.75; Stratford Beacon-Herald, 4.50; Sudbury Star, 3.60; 
Terminal Publishing Co., Ltd., 4.00; Toronto Globe, 37.50; Toronto Daily 
Hebrew Journal, 12.00; Toronto Mail and Empire, 37.50 

OflBce Supplies and Equipment. — B. Cairns, 1.50; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., 1.30; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 1.25; Instruments, Ltd., 275.00; King's 
Printer, 2,214.08; Robert McNaught, 37.90; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 104.58; 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 119.27; W. Williamson Lumber Co., 32.00 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, 15.70; Day 
& Reville, legal fees, 70.97; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 152.05; 
Western Union Telegraph Code, registration, 25.00. Sundries: car tickets, 
240.00; express, 55.56; freight, .65; newspapers and periodicals, 109.00; postage, 
150.00; telegrams, 209.15; petty disbursements, 49.69 



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Brought forward 80,867 82 

Travelling Expenses ($2,445.75) 

E. M. Allen, 124.40; Alex. Blyth, 73.66; J. W. Hackner, 550.80; A. J. Halford, 
131.30; F. R. Heakes, 72.73; Hon. George S. Henry, 1,000.00; Geo. Hogarth, 
188.82; W. J. Hughes, 5.60; C. Merrick, 2.85; J. A. Michaud, 63.69; A. C. B. Nicol, 
26.05; L. Odam, 15.00; R. J. Roberts, 31.89; E. H. Russell, 11.25; Geo. White, 
114.67; R. S. Wright. 33.04 2,445 75 

Main Office $83,313.57 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 

Salaries ($4,500.00) 

Thos. Lymer Steward 12 months 1 ,200 00 

H. Johnston Gardener 12 « 1,500 00 

W. J. Jackson Engineer 12 " 1,800 00 

Pay Lists for Assistant Gardeners, etc., and Repairs to 
Grounds ($14,891.30) 

Carl Grobba, Ltd., 171.00; Thos. Meredith & Co., 17.65; Pay list, wages of men, 
13,991.53; J. A. Simmers, Ltd., 62.60; D. Spence, 371.60; Steele Briggs Seed 
Co., Ltd., 172.88; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd.. 20.19; Herbert Waters, 83.85 14,891 30 

Water, Fuel, Light and Power ($11,267.04) 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 972.65; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 361.45; Coal Im- 
porters, Ltd., 216.69; Consumers Gas Co., 501.28; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,813.39; 
McColI Bros., Ltd., 4,690.17; Milnes Coal Co.. Ltd., 54.00; City of Toronto, 
668.90; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 988.51 11,267 04 

Repairs and Contingencies ($11,117.25) 

.\merican Tent & Awning Co., Ltd., 82.50; Fred Armstrong Co., Ltd., 79.16; Baker 
Carpet Cleaning Co., 448.39; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 24.50; Can- 
adian Laco Lamp, Ltd., 67.89; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 47.19; Canadian West- 
inghouse Co., Ltd., 35.85; W. B. Carmichael, 16.00; Crane, Ltd., 91.49; R. C. 
Dancy, 194.20; Don \'alley Brick Works, 64.50; Douglas Bros., 347.10; Empire 
Window Cleaning Co., 142.64; Garlock Packing Co., 41.27; Goldie & McCulloch 
Co., Ltd., 90.00; Haynes' Art Gallery, 31.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 12.48; Inter- 
national Varnish & Color Co., Ltd.. 17.09; Johnson Temperature Regulator 
Co., Ltd., 34.70; King's Printer, 1,236.99; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 37.00; 
Langley's, Ltd., 17.45; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 19.51; S. McCord, & Co., 26.29; 
Masco Co., Ltd., 16.99; Thos. Meredith & Co., 70.87; W. J. Mills, 16.00; Mon- 
astery of Our Lady of Charity, 413.46; Nicholls Chemical Co., 13.00; Pay list, 
wages of men, 4,783.73; Parker's Dye Works, Ltd., 514.43; George Rathbone, 
Ltd., 29.48; Ryrie-Birks, Ltd., 27.00; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 17.78^; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 1,759.24; Stevenson & Madden, 51.17; Stewart & Wood, 
Ltd., 11.30; Triico, Ltd., 48.19; Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 22.35; Herbert 
Waters, 59.75; petty disbursements, 57.32 11,117 25 

Furniture and Furnishings ($12,640.53) 

Canadian W. A. Rogers. Ltd., 110.00; Cassidy's, Ltd., 138.85; John Catto Co., Ltd., 
2,316.95; Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., 68.65; The R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd.. 
225.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 11.58; McClary Mfg. Co., Ltd., 20.60; L. Rawlinson. 
Ltd., 7,806.10; Rvrie-Birks, Ltd., 50.00; Mrs. M. Sillifant, 14.50; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd.', 1,546.75; Geo. Sparrow & Co., 308.40; R. S. Stevenson, 18.35; 
petty disbursements, 4.80 12,640 53 

Uniforms for Messengers, Gardeners and Other Help ($193.50) 
The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd 193 50 

Telephone Service ($718.92) 
Bell Telephone Co 718 92 

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PARLIAMENT AND DEPARTMENTAL BUILDINGS 

Salaries ($98,289.97) 

Walter Blackwell Housekeeper 12 months 

M. J. Collier Assistant Housekeeper 12 " 

J. Gould Cleaner and Helper 12 " 

Wm. Campbell " " 12 « 

R. Shriner Elevator Attendant 12 " 

J. A. Henry Cleaner and Helper 12 " 

W. Bain « « 

J. White " « ............... . 

M. Br3/an Elevator Attendant 

J. Carroll « " 

J. Johnston " « 

T. Fenwick Cleaner and Helper 

R. Guinn « « 

J. Dunlop " « 

W. P. Thompson " " '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".".'.'. 

C. Carlyle Porter and Messenger 

J. S. Day « « 

S. McKenzie Elevator Attendant 

R. Power " « 

T. L. Cordell " « '.'.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.".'. 

G. Anderson " " 

S. Pears Watchman 

R. Curzon " 

M. J. Dodds « ....'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'. 

A. Kennedy " 

E. Phair « 

J. Gillis « 

S. Dunbar « 



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E. LongstafF Speaker's Messenger 12 

Thos. Burns Stationary Engineer 12 

R. J. Griffith Assistant Engineer 12 

J.Bennett " " 12 

S. T. Pearson " " 12 

Wm. Pearson Engineer, 1 10 University Ave 8 

J. Stitt Fireman 12 

T. Durkin Cleaner and Helper 12 

J. Bartley Fireman 12 

G. F. Pownall " ' "l2 

G. A. Pownall " ^ ' ^ ^ ^ 12 

Wm. G. Sheridan " 12 

F. Cope " 12 

Jas. Gillespie " 12 

J. J. Meagher Head Gardener 12 

P. Quigley Gardener's Helper ■ . . . 12 

W. Pierce " " 12 

T. Goulding " " 12 

Walter Douglas " " 12 

M. Gott Telephone Operator 12 

Clarisse M. Hunter Switchboard Operator, Spadina House. ... 12 

E. M. Sexsmith Telegraph Operator 12 

Henry G. Walsh Stationars' Engineer, East Block 8 

Elizabeth Turner Laundress 12 

Minnie Forsyth " 12 

Annie Brown Charwoman 12 



Elizabeth Beck. 
Rose A. Brad v. . 
Edith R. Clarke. 
Mary Clark. . . . 
Isabella Connell. 
Elizabeth Craik. 
Lily G. Dursley. 
Annie Grant. . . . 
Marv Gordon . . . 
Amy W. Kirby . 
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Salaries — Continued 

Florence Lee Charwoman 12 months 775 00 

Mary A. McNulty " 12 • " 700 00 

Florence McKay " 12 " 775 00 

Margaret Morrant " 12 « 775 00 

Eliza Osborne " 12 " 775 00 

Ellen Power " 12 " 775 00 

Mar>' Smith " 12 " 775 00 

Margaret Stone " 5 " 291 65 

Helen Bremner " 12 « 700 00 

Charwomen (temporary) 8,764 00 

Water and Fuel ($35,305.07) 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 667.07; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 27.85; Canada Coal, 
Ltd., 2,701.96; Coal Importers, Ltd., 21,226.17; Graham Bros. Ice Co., 226.57; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 87.20; Lake Simcoe Ice Co., Ltd., 483.74; Price Coal Co., 
6,926.71; Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., 36.00; City of Toronto, 2,921.80 35,305.07 

Electric Power, Light and Gas ($21,181.87) 

Consumers' Gas Co., 2,240.86; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 18.941.01 21,181.87 

Supplies, Tools, etc., and General Repairs ($3,290.66) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 93.50; Fred Armstrong Co., Ltd., 46.98; Babcock- 
Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch Co., Ltd., 14.00; Bailey Meter Co., Ltd., 58.09; 
Beldam's Asbestos Packing & Gen. Mfg. Co., Ltd., 22.50; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., Ltd., 24.00; Canadian Gasket Co., Ltd., 11.00; Canadian IngersoU 
Rand Co., Ltd., 39.23; Canadian Rumelv Co., Ltd., 28.87; Canadian Telephones 
& Supplies, Ltd., 16.40; Dodge Mfg. Co.' of Canada, Ltd., 177.00; Douglas Bros., 
40.21; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 37.00; Fiddes & Hogarth, Ltd., 276.95; Finch & 
Sons, 28.16; Garlock Packing Co., 284.96; Geo. W. Grant & Co., 10.25; Gurney 
Foundrv Co., Ltd., 55.48; Hamilton Gear & Machinery Co., Ltd., 26.00; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 52.40; John Inglis Co., Ltd., 41.75; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 
58.00: John Leckie, Ltd., 70.00; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 116.50; McCoU Bros., 
589.28; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., 48.50; McLean Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd., 
304.55; J. H. Mason Smelting Co., Ltd., 18.00; Geo. A. Matthews, 104.70; 
Midwest Canada, Ltd., 26.25; Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 56.85; 
National Drug & Chemical Co., Ltd., 19.26; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., Ltd., 11.25; 
E. PuUan, 21.50; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 17.07; H. P. Stephens Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
26.25; G. F. Sterne & Sons, Ltd., 200.70; Arthur Taylor, 20.50; Water Equipment 
Ltd., 100.00; petty disbursements, 96.77 3,290 66 

Caretakers of Grounds and Maintenance of Grounds, Walks 
and Drives ($3,772.86; 

Day Sign Co., 24.00; Dept. of Public Highways, 90.80; W. Graham, 526.50; Robt. 
Johnston, 15.00; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., 24.23; C. A. McLarty, 36.00; B. W. 
Miller, 542.85; J. Muldoon, Ltd., 157.08; T. E. O'Reilly Chemical Co., 72.00; 
pay list, wages of men, 1,954.50; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 151.35; Vego 
Humus Co., 158.50. Sundries: Freight, .60; petty disbursements, 19.45 3,772 86 

Repairs and Cleaning of Buildings, etc. ($110,777.78) 

Repairs. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 69.31; Allatt Machine & Tool Co., 55.94; 
Aluminum Bronze Screen Co., 45.25; American Tent & Awning Co., Ltd., 184.44; 
Fred Armstrong Co., Ltd., 565.59; Art Metropole, 31.50; Biggar Key Store, 
38.25; B. Cairns, Ltd., 46.50; Canadian Floor Machine Co., 184.38; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 904.20; Canadian Johns-Manyille Co., Ltd., 157.14; 
Canadian Laco Lamp, Ltd., 262.11; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 13.96; Canadian 
Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 24.45; Canadian Telephones & Supplies, Ltd., 14.16; 
Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 282.05; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 
135.78; Consumers' Gas Co., 14.00; Crane, Ltd., 381.75; DaKte Electric, Ltd., 
52.30; J. H. Dempsey Co., 11.38; W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., 37.00; Dominion 
Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd., 16.30; Douglas Bros., 1,655.81; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 
440.00; Frank A. Ellis, 27.25; Empire Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 26.33; Robt. Gardner 
& Co., Ltd., 31.05; Globe Printing Co., 12.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 37.20; Gurney 
Foundrv Co., Ltd., 41.88; Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd. ,2, 713.80; F.C.Hender- 
son, 44.60; W. J. Hynes, Ltd., 70.00; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 3,733.52; Johnson 



Carried forward 300,482 54 



K26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 300,482 54 

Repairs and Gleaning of Buildings, etc. — Continued 

Repairs — Contl nued 

Temperature Regulator Co., Ltd., 46.16; F. E. Joselin, 12.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 200.08: A. S. Leitch Co., 16.50; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 449.51; Lincoln 
Electric Co. of Canada, Ltd., 502.00; Lundv Fence Co.. Ltd., 44.60; McClary 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 36.26; S. McCord & Co., Ltd'., 84.97; McGann & Naylor, 446.51; 
Mail Printing Co., 12.00; Mrs. C. Marwood, 12.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 457.29; 
G. A. Matthews, 25.35; Maxm Lamp Co., 171.24; The James Morrison Brass 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 411.89; Nesbitt Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd., .50.47; Northern Electric 
Co., Limited, 165.21; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 39.85; Otis-Fensom Elevator 
Co., Ltd., 12.00; pay list, wages of men, 38.027.19; E. F. Phillips Electrical 
Works, Ltd., 32.29; M. Piefer, 50.83; Pilkington Bros., Ltd.. 126.17; Geo. Rath- 
bone, I.td., 253.91; Sheldon's. Ltd., 60.00; .Sepco Automatic Electric Heaters, 
22.25; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 146.80; S. .Stockwell, 30.64; Stromberg- 
Carlson Telephone Mfg. Co., Ltd., 12.76; Tavlor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 160.96; 
J. & J. Tavlor Co., Ltd., 172.99; Toro Dry Art, 75.00; Citv of Toronto, 656.46; 
Turnbull Elevator Co., Ltd., 640.35; Yokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 150.29; VV. R. 
Watson, 201.18; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 144.86; Wilson Scale & Machinery Co., 
15.13; petty disbursements, 164.36 56,701 49 

Cleaning and Supplies. — Advance Window Cleaning Co., 751.14; Alpha Chemical 
Co., 48.32; Associated Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., 41.85; Jos. BickerstafT, 
15.45; Canadian W. A. Rogers Co., Ltd., 780.00; M. J. Corcoran, 58.80; Cross 
Products, Ltd., 13.35; Cudahv Packing Co.. 16.20; Dept. of Street Cleaning, 
Toronto, 51.00; Diamond Cleanser Co., Ltd., 517.20; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., 
534.25; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 667.28; Green River Co., 28.21; Hachmeister- 
Lind Chemical Co., 27.00; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 66.00; G. A. Hodgson & 
Sons, 12.30; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 23.39; Interlake Tissue Mills 
Co., Ltd., 1,157.02; King's Printer, 29.44; Knickerbocker Paint Co., 128.00; 
Lever Bros., Ltd., 211.16; Liquid Soap & Sanitary Products, Ltd., 97.50; McColl 
Bros., Ltd., 325.09; McGann & Naylor, 748.32; S. Mcllroy, 435.60; NichoUs 
Chemical Co., 60.00; Pay list, wages of charwomen and messengers, 45,905.33; 
E. Pullan Co., Ltd., 64.48; Soclean, Ltd., 179.10; E. Tilson, 35.00; Trelco, Ltd., 
24.11; Veterans' Cleansers Supply, 800.14; West Disinfecting Co., 27.50; Whirl- 
wind Carpet Cleaning Co., 42.21; G. H. Wood & Co., 46.25; Wright Bros., Ltd., 
59.78; petty disbursements, 48.52 54.076 29 

Vault Fittings and Shelving ($741.77) 
General Fireproofing Co 741 77 

Furniture and Furnishings for Buildings ($19,230.95) 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., 52.30; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 20.25: Barchard & 
Co., 25.44; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 120.56; Cassidy's, Ltd., 356.23; 
Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 59.77; Day Sign Co., 24.00; Don Quixote 
Book Shop. 84.00; Douglas Bros., 12.00; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 3,230.08; L H. 
Edmunds Co., Ltd., 20.16; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 20.05; Flexi File Co., 307.00; 
General Fireproofing Co., 396.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,077.73; Hayne's Art 
Galleries. 118.00; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 53.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 
130.00; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 28.96; McClarv Mfg. Co., Ltd., 16.56; Mahaffv 
Iron Works, 53.00; Mitchell & McGill, 230.50; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 90.00; 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2,482.45; Oldham & Walkey, 300.00; Ontario 
Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 14.00; Preston Furniture Co., Ltd., 288.75; 
Geo. Rathbone, Ltd., 48.00; G. N. Reynolds & Co., 2,134.05; The Robt. .Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 937.41; .Soldiers' Comforts, Canada, 373.00; Geo. Sparrow & Co., 
18.33; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 4,337.85; TurnbuU-Kiely, Ltd., 596.30; 
Veterans' Cleansers Supply, 37.55. Sundries: Freight, 111.67; petty disburse- 
n-.ents, 26.00 19,230 95 

Interior Alterations ($1,656.62) 

Disher .Steel Construction Co., 400.00; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 538.41; R. Laidlaw 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 18.13; S. McCord & Co., 70.58; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 
25.20; sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders, 108.30; W. Williamson Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 496.00 1,656 62 

Flowers, Shrubs, Plants, etc. ($1,575.11) 

Miller & Sons, 1,453.16; W. B. Miller, 121.95 1.575 11 



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Uniforms for Messengers, Attendants, etc. ($64.50) 
The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd 64 . 50 

Painting Outside and Inside Work ($13,439.13) 

Boeckh Co.. Ltd., 34.28; W. J. Bolus Co., Ltd., 815.60; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 
255.16; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 75.42; Glidden Co., Ltd., 19.20; International 
Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 179.93; F. E. Joselin, 24.00; James Langmuir Co., 
Ltd., 103.50; T. Meredith & Co., Ltd., 232.01; Benjamin Moore & Co., 47.19; 
pav list, wages of men, 11.147.44; Sanderson, Pearcv & Co., Ltd., 34.16; Stewart 
& Wood, Ltd., 90.16; Sturgeon's, Ltd., 20.01; Trelco, Ltd., 309.23; Universal 
Sales Co., Ltd., .30.00; petty disbursements, 21.84 13,439 13 

Telephone Services '^$45,488.78) 

Temporary- Ser\'ices of Operators — D. M. Barnes, at 65.00 per mo., 675.00; L. 
Beverly, at 78.00 per mo., 936.00; M. Connollv, at 1.00 per diem, 191.00; at 
3.00 per diem, 219.00; C. E. Dean, at 99.66 per mo.. 973.93; E. Devlin, at 97.50 
per mo., 949.50; A. Di.xon, at 18.00 per wk., 165.00; L Penrose, at 18.00 per wk., 
165.00; W. Rankin, at 2.00 per diem, 86.00; D. Smith, at 18.00 per wk., 315.00; 
M. Wale, at 18.00 per wk., 315.00; Bell Telephone Co. contract, switchboard 
operation, 40,498.35 45,488 78 

Ground Rent, Nos. 5 and 47 Queen's Park ($493.00) 
Bursar, University of Toronto 493 00 

Ground Rent, Nos. 42, 44 and 46 Richmond Street West ($5,248.35) 
Trustees, Knox Church 5,248 35 

Fire Protection and Clothing for Men ($10.35) 

F. W.Humphrey & Co.. 4.35; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 1.45; Jas. Lumbers Co., Ltd., 4.55 10 35 

Rental, Government Offices, Spadina Crescent ($25,000.00) 

Keystone Investments, Ltd., 6.250,00: W. .\. Mitchell, 18.750.00 25,000 00 



Taxes, Government Offices, Spadina Crescent (^$8,287.75) 
Treasurer, City of Toronto, taxes, 1927 



8,287 75 



OSGQODE HALL 



Salaries ($20,523.26) 

N. J. Harrison Housekeeper 12 months 

Geo. Smith Elevator Attendant 12 

C. Alderman Cleaner and Helper 12 



Wm. Brown. 

W. J. Maginnis " " .... 

J. T. Lister " " .... 

M. Ruddock " " .... 

M. Sutherland Janitress 

A. McCann " 

F. Harrison Laundress 

T. Cunnerty Stationary^ Engineer. . . 

T. McPortland Fireman 

S. Paquin " 

J. Faragher " 

B. M. Freestone Switchboard Attendant. 

Jane Priest Charwoman 

Margaret Clarke " 



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Fuel, Light, Water and Power ($12,745.52) 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., 427.14; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 1,293.22; P. Burns & 
Co., Ltd., 109.75; Canada Coal Co., 607.70; Coal Importers, Ltd., 189.28; Con- 
sumers' Gas Co., 270.64; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 7,597.32; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 
71.00; Treasurer, City of Toronto, 241.66; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
1,937.81 12,745 52 

Furniture aud Incidentals ($1,187.06) 

S. E. Ashall, 97.50; Beatty Washer Store, 12.50; Canadian W. A. Rogers, Ltd., 
52.00; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., 50.16; ]. H. Edmunds Co., Ltd., 10.50; Interlake 
Tissue Mills, Ltd., 140.72; Hector McLean, 212.00; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., 
Ltd., 10.50; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 125.51; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 
427.00; Westwood Bros., 22.00; petty disbursements, 26.67 1,187 06 

Telephone and Telegraph Service ($4,121.07) 

Bell Telephone, contract re operation of switchboard 4,121 07 

Cleaning of Building ($5,909.34) 

Canadian Germicide Co., 13.50; Diamond Cleansers, Ltd., 15.00; Excelsior Brushes, 
Ltd., 20.48; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., Ltd., 103.92; pay list, wages of men, 3,761.77; 
pay list, charwomen, 1,878.00; E. Pullan, 34.72; Veterans' Cleansers Supply, 
57.90; G. H. Wood & Co., 16.50; petty disbursements, 7.55 . 5,909 34 

General Repairs ($6,682.34) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 10.87; Allen General Supplies, Ltd., 2,219.60; Canadian 
Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 12.64; Crane, Ltd., 129.83; Douglas Bros., Ltd., 
524.26; W. J. Hynes, Ltd., 387.77; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 16.55; S. McCord & 
Co., Ltd., 16.66; The Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 13.02; Otis-Fensom 
Elevator Co., Ltd., 179.60; pay list, wages of men, 3,121.50; A. Taylor, 15.09; 
petty disbursements, 34.95 6,682 34 

Electric Wiring and Fixtures ($160.99) 

Allen General Supplies, Ltd., 96.00; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 64.99 160 99 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($2,246.32) 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 68.46; Dominion Cement Paint Co., 39.75; Glidden Co., 
Ltd., 19.04; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 46.02; International X'arnish 
Co., Ltd., 10.44; Benj. Moore & Co., Ltd., 16.49; pay list, wages of men, 1,958.00; 
Stewart & Wood, Ltd., 39.94; Trelco, Ltd., 46.68; petty disbursements, 1.50. . . . 2,246 32 

Artificial Limbs for Elevator Attendant, George Smith, Injured 
in the Public Service ($250.00) 

Baldwin & Hand 250 00 

TORONTO NORMAL AND MOX>EL SCHOOLS 

Repairs, Alterations, Additions, and Clearing Snow and Ice 
from Roofs ($4,085.36) 

Fred. Armstrong Co., Ltd., 74.17; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 12.49; W. A. Chalkley & 
Sons, Ltd., 56.00; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 22.19; Douglas Bros., 
Ltd., 537.68; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 11.83; Johnson Temperature 
Regulator Co., Ltd., 24.00; A. S. Leitch Co., 23.00; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., 
42.64; T. Meredith Co., Ltd., 16.88; Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 30.25; 
pay list, wages of men, 3,094.70; Pilkington Bros., Ltd., 11.18; Geo. Rathbone, 
Ltd., 73.87; Sanderson, Pearcy & Co., Ltd., 12.62; Stewart & Wood, Ltd., 13.25; 
Trelco, Ltd., 18.51; petty disbursements, 10.10 4,085 36 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($2,091.73) 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 76.23; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 52.30; pay 

list, wages of men, 1,925.75; Trelco, Ltd., 37.45 2,091 73 

Carried forward 592,499 62 



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Brought forward 592,499 62 

Repairs to Fences ($206.00) 

Lundy Fence Co., Ltd 206 00 

OTTAWA NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 

Repairs and Incidentals ($3,617.00) 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., 41.40; Creswell-McIntosh.Regd., 340.00; McKin- 
lev & Northwood, Ltd., 484.47; Taylor & Lackev, 2,738.00; pettv disbursements, 
13.13 .' ' 3,617 00 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($2,676.00) 

W. J. Carson, Ltd 2,676 00 

Repairs and Improvements to Heating Plant ($2,086.48) 
J. T. Blyth 2,086 48 

LONDON NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($189.70) 

R. S. Abrams. 59.46; Alex. Milne. 93.92; Public Utilities Commission, 20.82; West- 
land Bros., 15.50 189.70 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($500.00) 

W. E. Dace, Ltd 500 00 

HAMILTON NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($296.97) 

Corporation of City of Hamilton, 7.49; R. Havgarth, 28.00; Ed. Reid, 50.00; Stuart 

& Sinclair, Ltd., 26.48; T. Thompson, 185.00 296 97 

Repairs to Heating Plant ($32.05) 
John H. Buscombe 32 05 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($925.00) 
J. Guest 925 00 

PETERBOROUGH NORMAL SCHOOL 
Repairs and Incidentals ($124.69) 

Thos. C. Ephgrave, 75.00; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., 5.50; F. A. Rathbone, 44.19; 124 69 

• Painting Exterior and Interior ($650.00) 
G. H. Duncan 650 00 

STRATFORD NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($553.00) 

R. Marson 553 00 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($603.80) 
A. E. Cash 603 80 

Porch for Basement Door ($170.00) 

J. M. Lillow 170 00 

NORTH BAY NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($1,638.51) 

S. J. Cherry, 832.82; Jeffrey & Stevens. 763.44; Steam Boiler Inspection Branch, 

Province of Ontario, inspection fees, 31.50; petty disbursements, 10.75 1,638 51 

Carried forward 606,768 82 



K 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 606,768 82 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($1,500,001 

A. G. Hume 1.500 00 

BELLEVILLE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 

Repairs and Incidentals ($2,673.19) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 13.19; Exide Batteries, Ltd., 19.78; E. Howard 
Clock Co., 12.19; Italian Mosaic Tile Co., Ltd., 237.00; Johnson Temperature 
Regulator Co. of Canada, Ltd., 93.24; \V. H. Oliphant, 15.70; pav list, wages of 
men, 164.62; Jas. Robertson Co., Ltd., 57.60; R. P. White, 2,022.17; White 
Hardware Co., 34.07. Sundries: Canada Customs, 2.63; pettv disbursements, 
1.00 ' 2,673 19 

Repairs to Heating Plant ($2,487.05) 

Masco Co., Ltd., 24.76; pav list, wages of men. 1,022.10; Rilev Engineering & 

Supply Co., 1,430.36; petty disbursements, 9.83 ' 2,487 05 

Repairs to Grounds and Walks ($130.81) 

Schuster Co., Ltd., 120.11; White Hardware Co., 10.70 130 81 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($382. 90i 

J. M. Christie 382 90 

Additional School Equipment ($403.00) 
Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 399.50; Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd.. 3.50 403 00 

BRANTFORD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 

Repairs and Incidentals ($2,390.98) 

R. H. Ballantyne, 162.93; J. Bartle, 110.00; Beaver Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 
60.76; Canada Hardw-are, Ltd., 18.10; Jos. Chandler, 100.00; Drumniond, 
McCall Co., Ltd., 373.86; Geo. Gray, 63.40; R. J. Hawke, 1,164.00; James 
Lumbers Co., Ltd., 16.95; pay list, wages of men, 11.80; The Robt. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 11.50; Smart, Turner Machine Co., Ltd., 179.75; Stromberg Time 
Recording Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12.95; Jas. L. Sutherland, 49.37; A. R. Williams 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 13.11; Wilson Electrical Co., 42.50 2,390 98 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($720.00) 

R. G. Ballantyne & Son 720 00 

City of Brantford, Local Improvement Taxes, 1927 ($162.32) 

Treasurer, City of Brantford 162 32 

Improvements, Lavatory Accommodation ($2,692.23) 

T. H. Harper, 1,580.00; Preston & Sons, Ltd., 6.00; Harry Taylor, 1,106.23 2,692 23 

Linoleum ($2,388.50) 
The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd 2,388 50 

Improvements in Water Supply, Changing from Tank to Direct 

Pressure ($500.00) 

Filtrators, Canada, Ltd 500 00 

Renewal of Wood Flooring ($600.00) 
J. Bartle 600 00 

SANDWICH TRAINING SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($389.56) 

Acme Hardware Co., 19.20; G. Ibbeson, 18.75; John Rudge, 125.00; Sandwich 

Lumber Co., 43.31; J. T. Sieber, 111.30; Geo. Thornton, 72.00 389 56 

Carried forward 624,189 36 



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Brought forward 624,189 36 

STURGEON FALLS TRAINING SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($778.41) 

J. F. Demers, 40.00; J. E. S. Martin, 125.00; Michaud Bros., 19.15; pay list, wages 
of men, 26.60; Public School Board, 186.00; Reid & Brown Structural Steel 
Co., Ltd., 32.45; Standard Planing Mills, 2Q0.00; Sturgeon Falls Planing 
Mills, 36.69 ; petty disbursements, 22.52 778 41 

Painting Exterior and Interior ($5.30) 

Ihe Nugget, advertising for tenders 5 30 

To Pay Local Improvement Taxes, 1921-1925 ($342.55) 

Treasurer, Town of Sturgeon Falls 342 55 

NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH 

Repairs and Incidentals ($286.58) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 19.97; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
46.30; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 70.48; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 44.91; 
Moloney Electric Co., 52.42; pay list, wages of men, 52.50 286 58 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

Repairs and Incidentals ($4,493.00) 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 105.44; \V. H. Goodhue, 74.22; Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 
123.95; Italian Mosaic & Tile Co., Ltd., 735.00; Geo. B. Meadows, Ltd., 14.95; 
H. Occomore, 80.48; Ontario Hardware Co., 26.66; H. E. Pass, 28.48; pay list, 
wages of men, 1,229.95; Penfold Hardware Co., 17.50; A. J. Silcox, 58.05; Fred. 
Smith, 900.00; Robt. Stewart, Ltd., 647.86; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 113.38; 
Geo. C. Walker, 314.80. Sundries: freight, 4.78; petty disbursements, 17.50.. . 4,493 00 

Repairs to Heating Plant and Fire Protection ($2,081.19) 

Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 21.80; Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 

81.92; Johnston & Williams, 1,775.00; Geo. C. Walker, 202.47 2,081 19 

Alterations to Heating Plant, Horticultural Building ($3,290.21) 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 71.78; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 28.38; W. H. 
Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 11.58; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 21.35; Garlock Packing 
Co., 14.95; Gowdy Bros., 6.50; Geo. L. Lasby, 24.50; Live Wire Co., Ltd., 13.48; 
Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2,511.29; pay list, wages of men, 282.00; 
Penfold Hardware Co., 57.10; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 245.20; Sundries: 
freight, 2.10 3,290 21 

Repairs to Exterior, Macdonald Institute ($3,294.70) 

Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 157.50; Geo. C. Walker, 3,137.20 3.294 7o 

Repairs and Alterations to Sewage Disposal Plant ($778,00) 

Geo. C. Walker 778 00 

Repairs to Roof of Main Dining Hall ($757.58) 

.Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 271.58; Frank & Schuett, 486.00 757 58 

Renewal of Roof of Macdonald Institute ($2,041.75) 

W. A. MoflFatt & Sons, Ltd., 1,990.00; sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders, 

51.75 2,041 75 

Changes to Lavatory and Gymnasium ($1,265.60) 

C.uelph Mercury, 4.00; Frederick Smith, 375.00; Trane Co., 201.50; Geo. C. Walker, 

685.10 1,265 60 

Carried forward 643,604 23 



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Brought forward 643,604 23 

Repairing Roof of Biology Building ($821.66) 

•Frank & Schuett. 651.14; Johnston & Williams. 31.55; H. E. Pass, 14.51; Geo. C. 

Walker, 124.46 821 66 

Extend Coal Shed ($4.50) 

Guelph Mercury, advertising for tenders 4 SO 

ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE 

Repairs and Incidentals ($613.02) 

Jno. O. Chubb, 24.20; John Inglis Co., Ltd., 298.44; H. Occomore, 117.06; H. E. 
Pass, 37.69; pay list, wages of men, 76.93; Geo. C. Walker, 49.91; petty disburse- 
ments, 8.79 613 02 

HORTICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION, VINELAND 

Repairs and Incidentals ($1,364.29) 

John Bain & Son, 45.00; Begy & Son Co., 137.38; W. G. Fletcher, 143.48; Garlock 
Packing Co., 12.80; Alex. Hawley, 17.65; pay list, wages of men, 110.00; Taylor- 
Forbes Co., Ltd., 824.23; Vineland General Store, Ltd., 35.00; Vineland Growers' 
Co-operative, Ltd., 21.25; petty disbursements, 17.50 1,364 29 

WESTERN ONTARIO EXPERIMENTAL FARM, RIDGETOWN 

Repairs and Incidentals and Buildings ($3,693.14) 

H. M. Ingram, 39.20; L. G. Little, 81.41 ; J. A. Mundy, 312.00; Pay list, wages of men, 
193.50; Geo. Poag & Son, 388.07; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., 41.15; F. W. Scott, 
68.26; sundry periodicals, advertising, 16.00; Watson & Taylor, 2,553.55 3,693 14 

Improvements to Greenhouses ($250.00) 

King Construction Co 250 00 

Township of Howard, Drainage Taxes, 1926-1927 ($157,02) 

Treasurer, Municipal Corporation of Ridgetown, 77.02; Treasurer, Township of 

Howard, 80.00 157 02 

KEMPTVILLE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($3,616.57) 

Anderson & LangstafT, Ltd., 307.41; Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., Ltd., 430.00; 
W. A. Barnes & Sons, 855.00; Robt. Beggs & Son, 623.00; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 66.90; Canadian Laco Lamps, Ltd., 66.21; J. H. Edmunds 
Co., Ltd., 15.25; Jones & Moore Electric Co., Ltd., 2.40; Masco Co., Ltd., 25.70; 
Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 14.95; Pay list, wages of men, 129.25; Geo. Wesley, 
780.60; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 299.90 3,616 57 

ALGOMA DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($687.87) 

Jas. Ball, 12.60; J. M. Biscomb, 53.50; O. C. Carney, 43.48; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 74.02; I. J. Downey & Sons, 11.25; Flockhart Bros., 17.41; 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 23.21; R. M. Hearst, 18.70; Keyes Hardware, 
Ltd., 33.20; C. M. Macreath, 113.00; John Nicholson, 25.75; Northern Foundry 
& Machine Co., 37.51; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., 10.65; J. Weir, 21.00; 
Geo. Woolrich, 180.00; petty disbursements, 12.59 687 87 

Furniture and Furnishings ($111.31) 

Jas. Ball, 28.00; O. C. Carney, 47.06; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 16.10; 

Keyes Hardware, Ltd., 2.50; Thompson, Ltd., 17.65 Ill 31 

19' 
Painting' Interior and Exterior, Court House, S. S. Marie 

($2,253.57) 

Wm. Lightfoot, 2,236.00; Sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders, 17.57 2,253 57 

Carried froward 657, 177 18 



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J. M. Biscomb. 



Brought forward 657,177 18 

Caulking Windows, Tightening Sashes ($150.00) 

150 00 



City of Sault Ste. Marie, Taxes, 1927, Local Improvements, 
Court House and Gaol ($968.25) 

City Tax Collector, Sault Ste. Marie 



COCHRANE DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($560.21) 

Dennisteel, Ltd., 70.00; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 10.20; M. Fingland, 11.56; 
McAlindon&McCormick, 171.79; J. McDonnell, 13.00; H. E. McGill, 64.91; 
J. D. McKay, 13.61; E. Murphy, 14.00; G. N. Reynolds & Co., 84.00; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 18.75; Sturgeon's, Ltd., 18.00; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 
39.97 ; petty disbursements, 30.42 

KENORA DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($2,844.97) 

Bergman & Nelson, 109.00; Canniff & Williams, 41.00; A. T. Fife & Co., Ltd., 13.30 
W. H. Gardener, 25.00; H. O. Holden, 1,104.05; Keewatin Lumber Co., 27.50 
Kelly & Kimberley, 707.50; Kenora Electric, 10.95; Lindstrom & Nelson, 38.52 
A.J.Moore, 20.25; D.G.Sinclair, 154.00; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 15.04; J.&J 
Taylor, Ltd., 487.75; Williams Hardware Co., 17.55. Sundries: freight, 42.67; 
petty disbursements, 30.89 

Furnishings for District ($211.63) 

Hose Hardware Co., 19.70; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 15.33; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 10.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 131.00: Wells & Emmerson, 
22.00. Sundries: express, 2.45; petty disbursements, 11.15 

Repairs and Renewals to Heating Plant in Court House ($297.40) 

H. O. Holden 

Painting Interior and Exterior of Registry Office ($329.00) 

D. G. Sinclair 

MANITOULIN DISTRICT 
Repairs to Court House (S57.36) 

F. W. Baxter, 34.20; Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., 10.80; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 12.36 

Furniture and Furnishings ($10.80) 
F. W. Baxter, 4.30; W. H. Johnson, 1.00; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 5.50 

Painting Interior of Registry Office ($142.90) 
W. T. Clark 



968 25 



560 21 



2,844 97 



211 63 



297 40 



329 00 



57 36 



10 80 



142 90 



MUSKOKA DISTRICT 
Repairs to Court House, etc. ($5,372.86) 

W. W. Adamson, 1,248.50; Corporation of Bracebridge, 177.21; W. W. Brooks, 
2,844.82; Ecclestone & Bates. Ltd.. 173.00; Goldie & McCuIloch Co., Ltd., 104.00; 
A. H. Waltenbery, 755.59; Whitten Co., Ltd., 55.59; petty disbursements, 14.15 5,372 86 



Furniture and Furnishings ($190.30) 

G. N. Reynolds & Co., Ltd., 160.00; Whitten Co., Ltd., 11.40; petty disbursements, 
18.90 



190 30 



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Brought forward 668,312 86 

NIPISSING DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($201.93) 

Ail^enhead Hardware, Ltd., 10.87; S. J. Cherry, 105.62; J. M. Deacon, 20.40; Jeffrey 

& Stevens, 38.00; J. W. Richardson, 10.83; petty disbursements, 16.21 201 93 

Furniture and Furnishings ($99.50) 

G. N. Reynolds & Co., Ltd., 51.00; J. W. Richardson, 28.80; petty disbursements, 

19.70 99 50 

PARRY SOUND DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($425.50) 

S. Ashford, 11.80; R. A. Creasor, 17.40; A. N. Fenn, 16.08; Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., 
16.08; J. C. Moffatt, 78.55; Tucker Bros., 239.40; Simon Woods, 13.00; petty dis- 
bursements, 33.19 425 50 

Furniture and Furnishings ($129.80) 

A. N. Fenn, 42.05; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 50.00; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 28.75; 

petty disbursements, 9.00 129 80 

RAINY RIVER DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($1,156.41) 

John East Co., Ltd., 729.35; Fred Morrison, 386.75; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 

34.35; petty disbursements, 5.96 1,156 41 

Furniture and Furnishings ($348.74) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 217.27; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 69.25; Wells & Emmerson, 
22.00; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 23.85; Sundries: freight, 3.48; petty dis- 
bursements, 12.89 348 74 

SUDBURY DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($419.88) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 47.12; Evans Co., Ltd., 42.16; W. J. Hall, 16.00; 

D. S. Humphrey, 314.60 419 88 

Electric Light Service and Power ($133.25) 

Wahnapitae Power Co., Ltd 133 25 

Furniture and Furnishings ($354.61) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 18.91; D. S. Humphrey, 7.70; Preston Furniture 

Co., Ltd., 45.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 283.00 354 61 

Painting Interior of Court House ($600.00) 

J. A. Thomson 600 00 

Painting Interior of Registry Office ($266.00) 
J. A. Thomson 266 00 

TEMISKAMING DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($892.54) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 31.13; A. C. Carter, 67.79; E. H. Davis, 38.59; 
J. Eidt, 30.30; F. R. Gibson, 51.80; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 80.00; G.J. Holmes, 
65.60; F. Joy, 15.75; A. H. Kosmack, 25.00; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 10.35; 
Norfolk & Rochester Hardware Co.. Ltd., 112.53; F. Peters, 185.00; H. W. 
Rowden, 26.72; Saxton & Co., 59.45; Steele, BriggsSeed Co., Ltd., 27.95; Wagner 
Electric Corpn., 14.38. Sundries: express, 10.85; petty disbursements, 39.35. . 892 54 

Carried forward 673,341 02 



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Brought forward 673,341 02 

Furniture and Furnishings ($1,024.47) 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 15.52; Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd., 
258.31; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 15.00; Norfolk & Rochester Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 74.06; Ontario Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 15.00; Pyrene Mfg., 
Co. of Canada, 73.23; H. W. Rowdon, 36.10; G. N. Reynolds Co., Ltd., 15.00; 
Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 500.50. Sundries: freight, 3.86; petty disburse- 
ments, 17.89 1,024 47 

Painting Interior of Court House ($2,322.96) 

H. Poppleton, 2,309.00; sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders, 13.96 2,322 96 

Earth for Grading ($285.00) 

V. Sulphur 285 GO 

Salary of Caretaker, Ontario Government Building, 
New Liskeard ($660.00) 

Horace Royce, services as caretaker at 55.00 per month 660 GO 



THUNDER BAY DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations, etc. ($2,045.35) 

Wm. Aikins, 346.00; Barton & Fisher, 32.30; E. Cocker, 210.00; A. Dalgleish, 30.00; 
Dunn Hardware Co., 568.65; Fort William Window Cleaning Co., 26.22; Robt. 
Hamer, 103.74; Lakehead Engineering Co., 25.05; J. C. McRae, 11.05; Mahon 
Electric Co., 69.73; D. Pilla, 135.00; Port Arthur Public Utilities Commission, 
54.07; Rioux Machine & Repair Shop, 11.50; E. T. Ross, 21.00; J. Sellar, 15.15; 
Sime Plumbing Co., 282.63; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 27.05; Thunder Bay 
Lumber Co., 28.46; Woodside Bros., 19.85; petty disbursements, 27.90 

Furniture and Furnishings ($179.50) 

Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., 133.40; Lakehead Engineering Co., 13.60; Ontario 
Reformatory Industries, 14.00; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 18.50 

Painting Rooms in Court House ($17.17) 

Sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders 

Earth for Grading Grounds of Gaol ($159.00) 

Aitken's Livery 



2,045 35 



179 50 



17 17 



159 00 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Salaries ($33,299.92) 

S. J. Spall Clerk of Works and Superintendent of 

Construction 12 months 2,700 00 

Jno. M. Philip Superintendent of Construction 12 " 2,300 00 

F. E. Toselin Clerk of Works and Timekeeper 12 " 2,000 00 

F. W. Norman Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 

Thos. Ryves Clerk of Works 12 « 2,000 00 

J. Fryer Foreman Carpenter 12 " 1,800 00 

O. Maynard Carpenter 12 " 1,500 00 

W. Ellis " 12 " 1,500 00 

J. J. Heyden Foreman Plumber 12 " 2,000 00 

A. Pellow Plumber 12 " 1,700 00 

A. Chandler " 12 " 1,700 00 

J. Passmore " 12 " 1,500 00 

F. G. Stroud Head Electrician 12 " 2,200 00 

T. Johnston Garage Foreman 12 " 2,400 00 

Owen Pope Chauffeur 12 « 1,600 00 

D Neave " 12 " 1,600 00 

Sam Mcllroy Cleaner and Helper 12 « 1,300 00 

J. Sharp (temporary) Heating Designer and Boiler Inspector 12 " 1,999 92 

Carried forward 713,334 39 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 713,334 39 

Automobiles, Purchase, Repairs and Maintenance, etc. 

($36,234.39) 

Board of License Commissioners of Ontario, 1,500.00; Dept. of Public Highways, 
departmental rental of cars, 8,004.25; ll. Frazer, 157.73; Imperial On, Ltd., 
357.95; McLaughlin Motor Car Co., Ltd., 2,114.09; Moore & Hughes, Ltd., 
1,189.50; Packard-Ontario Motor Car Co., Ltd., 5,425.00; Pay list, wages of 
men, 15,338.84; Sundry persons, gas, oil, etc., 1,871.71; J. B. Thompson, 113.57; 
Washington, Martin & Bowlby, 160.10; Sundries: express, 1.65 36,234 39 

Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($7,627.27) 

A. Cooper, .75; P. Cotter, 71.80; Deer Park Garage, 20.00; Dept. of Public High- 
ways, departmental rental of trucks, 70.60; J. J. Heydon, 28.85; J. Hopcraft, 
19.10; House Bros., 58.09; D. M. Hughes, 65.70; W. J. Hughes, 11.00; Thos. 
Johnston, Sundry chauflfeurs. 1,845.95; F. E. Joselin, 217.60; E. R. Livingston, 
163.10; C. B. Medley, 347.30; F. Meigh, 129.09; F. W. Norman, 294.00; A. 
Parlette, 101.25; E. Pellow, 89.60; J. M. Philip, 1,184.39; accountable, 150.00; 
A. Preston, .75; Chas. Radford, 222.75; S. Reid, 234.05; T. G. Ryves, 587.45; 
J. Sharp, 975.39; T. Sims, 14.25; S. J. Spall, 473.10; F. G. Stroud, 251.36 7,627 27 

Contingencies ($10.44) 

Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2.25; Trustees, Toronto General Hospital, 4.00. 

Sundries: Canada Customs, duty, 4.19 10 44 

MOTION PICTURE STUDIO, TRENTON 

Repairs and Incidentals ($3,069.84) 

Geo. Burt, 50.00; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 60.41; Fiddes & Hogarth, 
Ltd., 2,300.00; R. L. Frost, 44.85; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 29.36; 
Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 94.31; Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 11.24; 
Munderloh & Co., 87.50; S. B. McClung & Co., 143.50; Pay list, wages of men, 
185.25; T. Sansom, 52.80; petty disbursements, 10.62 3,069 84 

Linoleum ($984.50) 
A. W. Belleghem 984 SO 

Raising and Housing the Hull of His Majesty's Schooner 

"Nancy," Now Lying Near the Mouth of 

Nottawasaga River ($1,500.00) 

Wasaga Beach Amusement and Construction Co 1,500 00 

Insurance, including Installation of Lightning Rods ($5,980.91) 

Sundry Insurance Companies, premiums 5,980 91 

Maintenance and Repairs $685,428.17 



PUBLIC WORKS AND BRIDGES 

LOCKMASTERS, BRIDGE TENDERS, CARETAKERS, ETC. 

Salaries ($5,369.50) 

E. M. Davidson Lockmaster at Port Carling 12 months 

R. Rowe " Huntsville 12 " 

F. Stewart " Magnetawan 12 " 

W. Gray Bridge Tender at Ryerson 12 " 

J.Lewis " " Huntsville 12 « 

E. Cox " « Port Sandfield 12 « 

T. Mason Caretaker at Bala 12 " 



Nils J. Hanson. 
Chas. Tilson. . . 
W. Haggar. . . . 
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Salaries — Continued 

Colin Campbell Bridge Tender at Indian Point 12 months 75 00 

M. Dealey " " Keewatin 12 " 300 00 

D. Hutcheson Caretaker at Dryden Dam 12 " 75 00 

J. S. Lowe Gauge Reader at Bracebridge 12 " 10 00 

H. Ditchburn '[ " Gravenhurst. 12 " 10 00 

Robert Smith Assistant Lockmaster at Port Carling 1 " 52 00 

L.J.Davidson « « " " 1 " 52 00 

Beverley Cope " " " « 5^ « 294 00 

Andrew Miller 1 50 

Maintenance Locks, Dams, Bridges, Dredging, etc. ($25,945.43) 

Board of Men.— Bethune Pulp & Lumber Co., 20.66; Mrs. Fred Elliott, 15.30; 
A. McMillan, 11.90; E. A. Mortimer, 8.00; Mowat Lodge, 15.00; Mrs. J. Osborne, 
2.00; Geo. Rowe, 9.45; W. Slack, 48.75; P. R. Switzer, 2.80; C. H. Taylor, 2.00. . 135 86 

Camp Supplies and Equipment. — R. Andrews, 60.00; Bala Electric Light & 
Power Co., 260.00; John R. Boyd & Son, 340.15; W. G. Callacott, 194.88; Clark 
Bros., 277.87; Edw. Cox, 73.88; P. Cybulskie, 15.70; Daley Bros., 24.00; A. M. 
Goodwin, 180.00; Gravenhurst Hardware Co., 52.15; W. Hanna & Co., 60.45; 
Hern Hardware, Ltd., 12.42; D. HoHngshead, 94.41; Hunter Hardware Co., 
19.88; Huntsville Trading Co., 213.77; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 
161.70; L. R. Larson, 186.00; John McEwan, 312.84; A. E. McGregor & Co., 
881.73; Millest & Fleming, 12.95; The Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 103.00; 
E. Norton, 12.75; Edgar Olan, 300.00; A. E. Porter, 173.81; Ritchie & Watson, 
213.17; J. Scott, 88.25; H. Sharpe, 28.09; Stephenson & Anderson, 137.19; 
Sturgeon's, Ltd., 79.50; A. E. Ware, 163.72; Ware Bros., 218.22; The Whitten 
Co., Ltd., 47.25; R. Young, 51.00; petty disbursements, 113.93 5,164 66 

Cement and Gravel. — C. J. Avey, 50.00; Hunter Hardware Co., 37.40; Jas. 

Miller, 1.95 89 35 

Lumber and Timber.— C. J. Avey, 154.62; S. Bryant, 122.43; B. Cottrill & Sons, 
152.86; J. E. Finlay & Sons, 61.88; A. Fleming, 22.41; A. J. Gavin & Sons, 104.72; 
J. Harron, 23.20; H. Hartwick, 24.16; F. Keluskey, 164.36; F. Kreger & Sons, 
49.99; H. Langford, 48.00; J. Long, 40.71; A. McLaren & Sons, 93.83; Jas. 
McLean, 18.10; J. Mantha, 16.80; B. Martin Lumber Co., Ltd., 50.04; A. Mundt, 
60.16; Muskoka Wood Mfg. Co., Ltd., 48.16; Wm. Nieman, 21.50; Northern 
Planing Mills, Ltd., 56.85; E. Norton, 52.50; Jno. Osborne, Sr., 16.38; Jas. Pilgrim, 
61.76; J. D. Shier Lumber Co., Ltd., 49.56; A. J. Southern, 47.00; R. H. Southern, 
20.11; W. H. Switzer & Sons, 31.12; D. Thompson, 35.44; C. E. Whicher, 47.37; 
C. Willows & Sons, 32.53; petty disbursements, 21.41 1,749 96 

Structural Steel. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd. ,76. 13; Treasurer, County of Simcoe, 

steel superstructure, 1,100.00; Universal Equipment Co., steel piling, 1,551.20. . . 2,727 ZZ 

Wages of Men.— Pay lists 13,157 58 

Travelling Expenses.— W. J. Cole, 22.93; J. W. Davis, accountable, 500.00; Wm. 
Lowe, 117.85; John Martin, 49.20; accountable, 56.00; T.J. Paget, 2.10; A. J. 
Southern, accountable, 327.99; Amos Train, accountable, 92.99 1,169 06 

Miscellaneous. — Capt. J. H. Campbell, syphoning water, etc., 72.00; Duke & 
Greavett, cleaning locks, repairing gates, etc., 30.75; A. Goodwin, cutting timber, 
47.00; McKenzie Bros., use of pump engine, 37.00; Reg. Scott, repairs, etc., 
40.75; Ed. Steele, services diving, 33.00; G. S. Temple & Sons, painting shed, 
Port Carling, 525.00. Sundries: Cartage, 4.00; excise stamps, 8.00; express, 
26.30; freight, 839.89; postage, 18.00; telephones, 34.25; petty disbursements, 
35.69 1,751 63 

Surveys and Expenses ($4,942.08) 

Services and Travelling Expenses of Inspectors. — Wm. Anderson, 17.50; A. 
Bowie, 405.00; Brown Bros. & Eplett, 15.49; Canadian Inspection and Testing 
Co., 89.25; C. H. Jermey, 131.59; H. N. Moss, 331.82; John Orr, 277.15; T. J. 
Paget, 81.90; W. W. Pringle, 969.17; O. Rochefort, 735.40; A. J. Southern, 
1,222.70; John Weaver, 34.42; W. E. Wiggins, 630.69 4,942 08 

Equipment, Instruments, Machinery, Scows, Boats, 
Motor Trucks, etc. ($3,501.80) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 27.90; Art Metropole, 13.50; Art Craft Top and Trim- 
ming Co., 26.00; Auto Repair Shop, 10.79; Bancroft Quarries, 70.60; Boland 

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Trucks, Etc. — Continued 

& Watson, 639.00; A. Chown & Co., 12.93; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
37.61: Cozens Sprin? Service Co., 13.25; A. Cross & Co., 30.80; Dominion 
Rubber Co., Ltd., 109.98; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 58.47; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., 115.17; Harphani Bros., 40.92; J. T. Heath, 33.00; K. & S. Tire & 
Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 82.90; Jos. A. Lobraico, 95.27; Jas. McArthur, 13.00; 
MacNab & Sons, 23.80; S. W. Miller, 26.61; Chas. W. Mullett, 118.80; Muskoka 
Garage, 101.07; Mussens, Ltd., 92.50; Powassan Garage, 48.81; J. W. Richard- 
son, 14.00; See & Duggan, 11.81 ; Seiberling Rubber Co., of Canada, Ltd., 38.59; 
Hubert Sharpe, 165.00; A. Steel, 21.00; Sullivan Machinery Co., Ltd., 360.31; 
F. A. Towle, 12.00; T. H. Tremouth, 12.50; Wettlaufer Bros., 810.30; J. White- 
field Co., Ltd., 22.50; Whitten Co., Ltd., 117.95; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., 
Ltd., 23.40; petty disbursements, 49.76 3,501 80 

Wages and Expenses of Supervising Foreman ($2,149.91) 
Services and Travelling Expenses. — Wm. Lowe 2,149 91 

Storage Dams ($2,682.58) 

Gamp Supplies and Equipment. — Estate of H. Robinson, 4.85; Hawk Lake 

Lumber Co., 37.09; N. H. Marshall, 28.95; Whitten Co., Ltd., 228.59 299 48 

Board of Men. — Alex. McMillan 127 05 

Miscellaneous. — Wm. Lowe, travelling expenses, 28.55; Pay list, wages of men 

2,227.50 2,256 05 

Municipal Bridges ($129,807.02) 

Alsace Road Bridge, Nipissing. — Burlington Steel Co., 79.83; Canada Cement 
Co., 184.00; C. M. Campbell, 13.24; A. Cook, 41.06; Dominion Bridge Co., 14.50; 
B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 10.65; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 23.66; McCloskey Hardware 
Co., 48.92; Pay list, wages of men, 956.50; A. L. Perkins, 108.98; J. M. Scott, 
18.00; petty disbursements, 56.32 1,555 66 

Balaclava Bridge, Blythfield. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 56.68; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 433.15; Devine & Legris, ^240.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 34.00; 

F. Gearvais, 18,20; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 19.46; McGregor & Mclntyre, 
Ltd., 69.72; Pay list, wages of men, 100.50; L. Stroud, 54.75; petty disbursements, 

22.42 1,048 88 

Bamum Bridge, Dysart.—F. Austin, 40.52; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 31.20; 
Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 50.40; T. Cruikshanks, 15.78; W. G. Curry & Son, 
34.10; W. R. Curry, 20.46; G. E. Earle, 11.14; Hamilton Bridge Works, Ltd., 
28.00; J. S. Hill & Son, 13.95; Pay list, wages of men, 870.16; H. Windsor, 60.34; 
petty disbursements, 35.54 1,211 59 

Barry's Bay Culvert, Sherwood.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 77.16; T. Conway, 
100.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 20.22; J. Kluke, 13.55; Pav list, wages of 
men, 1,084.50; Prince Bros., 260.35; petty disbursements, 25.90 1,581 68 

Bass Lake Bridge, Limerick. — Otter Creek Lumber Co., 56.04; Pay list, wages of 

men, 310.00; petty disbursements, 9.70 375 74 

Beaver Meadow Bridge, Garden.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 46.92; Canada 
Cement Co., Ltd., 145.01; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 10.86; Gull River Lumber 
Co., 40.89; Kirkfield Garage, 37.36; Pay list, wages of men, 479.25; Pedlar People, 
Ltd., 144.00: A. Snider, 42.00: petty disbursements, 43.66 989 95 

Bear Greek Bridge, Nipissing.— M. Bramzean, 97.95; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 
39.48; C. Byers, 13.44; C. W. Campbell, 52.73; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 226.05; 
Canada Timber Co., 52.37; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 13.40; H. Hammell, 
51.00; L. McCloskey, 32.48; Moore & Cheaney, 148.34; J. B. Moore, 35.77; 

G. K. Morrison, 18.40; Pay list, wages of men, 1,833.25; Pedlar People, Ltd., 
108.75; Jno. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 60.00; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 24.30; D. 
Zurbrigg, 29.70; petty disbursements, 104.96 2,942 37 

Beaulieu Creek Bridge, Bonfield.— O. Martin, 30.12; G. Proulx, 59.62 89 74 

Beckett Greek Bridge, Calvin.— J. H. Bell, 5.95; Pay list, wages of men, 306.00. . 311 95 
Bethune Greek Bridge, Murchison.— Murray & Omanique, 210.98; Pay list, 

wages of men, 297.30 508 28 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Black Creek Bridge, Stisted. — J. Damane, 90.00; Northern Planing Mills, 28.73; 

Pay list, wages of men, 820.50; T. Smith, 11.00 950 23 

Black Bay Bridge, Petawawa. — Wm. Beatty Estate, 85.18; Cochrane-Dunlop 

Hardware Co., Ltd., 15.11; Pay list, wages of men, 380.00, W. Zaar, 41.64 521 93 

Blackburn Bridge, Madoc— D. W. Bird, 34.08; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 31.84; 
B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 12.45; Houston Co., 23.47; McGregor & Mclntyre, 

Ltd., 14.94; Pay list, wages of men, 402.60; petty disbursements, 33.81 553 19 

Blackstone Bridge, Conger. — Wm. Beatty Co., 24.19; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 
43.23; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 240.00; W. Crisp, 53.93; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 12.50; Mitchell & McDonald, 54.30; Pay list, wages of men, 894.50; Scott's 
Boat Livery, 45.94; G. Shammes, 39.96; Sundridge Garage, 42.92; J. W. Waddell, 

45.85; Petty disbursements, 31.09 1.528 41 

Boicey Creek Bridge, Radcliffe.— J. Gaskulski, 42.40; Pay list, wages of men 

125.00 167 40 

Bontz Creek Bridge, Papineau.— O. Minor, 116.00; E. H. Morel, 22.50; Pay list, 

wages of men, 483.50 622 00 

Boom Creek Bridge, Papineau.— J. H. Bell, 46.78; Pay list, wages of men, 249.50. 296 28 
Boulrice Creek Bridge, Bonfield.— Burlington Steel Co., 25.15; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., 17.14; O.Martin, 105.60; Pay list, wages of men, 483.50; J. W. Richard- 
son, 140.50; Ed. St. Pierre, 12.25; petty disbursements, 36.05 820 19 

Boundary Creek Bridge, Kennebec. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 35.53; B. 
Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 12.05; Imperial Oil, Ltd.. 18.11; McGregor & Mclntyre, 
Ltd., 14.94; Pav list, wages of men, 651.25; J. .'\. Pringle, 296.55; W. G. Pringle, 

90.00; petty disbursements, 30.59 1.149 02 

Bower's Bridge, Himsworth.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 121.56; C. W. Camp- 
bell, 46.07; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 137.85; G. Dunbar, 13.90; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., 53.84; A. E. Johnstone, 71.47; Pav list, wages of men, 930.00; Pedlar People, 
Ltd., 109.40; Powassan Planing Mill,' 14.50; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 39.44; 

petty disbursements, 137.71 1.675 74 

Bowhey Bridge, Snowdon.— J. Austin & Sons, 181.94; S. Bryant, 39.48; Pay list, 

wages of men, 140.00 361 42 

Brandy Creek Bridge, Monck. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 61.20; Canada 
Cement Co., Ltd., 216.50; A. Fowler, 98.40; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 16.11; 
W. Hanna & Co., 86.63; Hamilton Bridge Works, Co., Ltd., 35.00; G. McCully, 
18.08; J. J. Matchett, 19.50; Pay list, wages of men, 862.00; petty disbursements, 

20.68 1.434 10 

Bray's Bridge, Stisted. — Pay list, wages of men, 132.50; petty disbursements, 

46.40 178 90 

Burleigh Ranch Bridge, Burleigh. — Downing & Windsor, 34.30; G. Stevens, 

23.71; petty disbursements, 4.80 62 ,81 

Carriere Creek Bridge, Cameron. — E. H. Morel, 45.00; Pay list, wages of men, 

462.00; W. Therrien, 140.10 647 10 

Clare River Bridge, Sheffield.— Houston Co., 3.90; Pay list, wages of men, 243.75 . 247 65 

Clarendon Creek Bridge, Oso. — E. B. Buell, 48.40; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 
60 40; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 188.50; Elphin Creamery, 36.00; W. A. Geddes, 
29.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 20.00; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 19.92; 

Pav list, wages of men, 709.00; petty disbursements, 6.16 1,117 38 

Clarkson Bridge, Safford. — Pay list, wages of men 305 00 

Clyde Fork Bridge, Canonto.— W. Balfour, 141.92; E. Buell, 382.50; W. Geddes, 
18.21; W. Love, 24.60; Pay list, wages of men, 1,478.00; petty disbursements, 
q 5Q 2,054 53 

Cold Creek Bridge, Carlow.— E. Bandy, 18.00; W. Goodkey, 30.00; pay list, wages 

of men, 203.70 251 70 

Common Creek Bridge, Lyell.— D. Bethune, 32.25; Pay list, wages of men, 322.20; 

petty disbursements, 1 .40 355 85 

Constaw Creek Bridge, Bagot.— Black Donald Mining Co., 14.00; H. Broden, 
52.43; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 181.52; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 206.50; 
B Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 13.10: D. Kennelley, 15.00; J. Legris, 503.06; C. Lett, 
13.60; P. Moran. 100.00; D. Mulvihill, 14.00; M. Norton, 36.80; Pay list, wages of 
men, 2,730.07; Pedlar People, Ltd., 38.48; petty disbursements, 65.25 3,983 81 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Cooper Bridge, Elziver.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 61.39; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 12.94; Houston Co., Ltd., 258.75; W. Keller, 50.00; J. A. Moore, 34.50; 
E. Nolan, 50.00; Pay list, wages of men, 554.75; R. A. Sager, 33.97; petty 
disbursements, 32.60 1,088 90 

Deaken's Bridge, McLean. — Burlington .Steel Co., Ltd., 17.29; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 77.95; K. McKinnon, 32.00; Pay list, wages of men, 308.00; petty 
disbursements, 27.82 463 06 

Dearby Bridge, Marmora.— D. W. Bird, 27.60; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 25.38; 

B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 11.95; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 14.94; Pay list, 

wages of men, 287.75; petty disbursements, 10.32 377 94 

Depot Creek Bridge, Spence. — Burk's Falls Hardware Co., 67.52; G. Dunbar, 
37.09; R. Doherty, 16.83; M. S. Godfrey, 28.77; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 37.14; A E. 
Johnstone, 77.08; A. C. Keitch, 44.38; W. McLachlan, 41.19; J. M. Nelson, 
17.73; Pay list, wages of men, 913.50; W. Ross, 30.90; J. W. Troyer, 43.49; 

petty disbursements, 57.75 1,413 37 

Dykes' Bridge, Brunei.— Broadbent Bros., 52.40; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 15.91; 
Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 138.66; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 10.65; Hern 
Hardware Co., 30.37; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 14.94; Pay list, wages of men, 
507.75; J. Romano, 33.00; Ware Bros., 18.00; petty disbursements, 4.43 826 11 

Eau Claire Bridge, Bonfield.— J. E. Ryan 42 15 

Echo Creek Bridge, Oakley.— A. G. Gavin & Sons, 148.26; G. Parlett, 12.00; Pay 
list, wages of men, 180.00; W. Richards, 10.43; Whitten Co., 48.27; petty dis- 
bursements, 2.50 401 46 

Egan Creek Bridge, Dungannon. — A. McKnight, 85.00; Pay list, wages of men, 

309.76 394 76 

Eleventh Concession Bridge, Papineau. — J. H. Bell, 25.32; Mattawa Hardware, 
86.66; Pay list, wages of men, 592.50; Pedlar People, Ltd., 363.00; H. Sequin, 
59.70; petty disbursements, 3.10 1,130 28 

Empey Bridge, Madoc. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 45.32; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 12.05; Houston Co., 376.35; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 14.94; J. Moore, 
30.35; Pay list, wages of men, 427.75; petty disbursements, 23.15 929 91 

Fish Creek Bridge, Bedford. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 66.86; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 192.40; Card Bros., 122.84; T. Fitzgerald, 192.00; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., 30.56; F. Kelly, 16.59; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 19,92; J. Norris, 
14.40; Pay list, wages of men, 1,952.97; W. Simonett, 11.10; L. Smirlick, 22.75; 
petty disbursements, 35.16 2,677 55 

Float Bridge, Madoc. — W. A. McMurray, 36.80; Pay list, wages of men, 123.90; 

C. A. Pigden, 17.90 178 60 

Fourth Concession Bridge, Caldwell. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 10.44; 

Muskoka Garage, 39.12; C. V. Shaw, 40.22; Whitten Co., 119.75 209 53 

Fox Creek Bridge, Snowdon. — Pay list, wages of men, 575.00; H. R. Scott, 

76.96; petty disbursements, 22.99 674 95 

Franklin Bridge, Madoc. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 31.97; B. Greening Wire Co., 

Ltd., 11.62; J. Hayton, 39.00; Houston Co., 21.15; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 

14.94; Pay list, wages of men, 260.00; petty disbursements, 4.10 382 78 

Gauthier Creek Bridge, 5th Line, Ferris. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 25.15; 

C. W. Campbell, 33.94; Mrs. S. Foizey, 26.85; A. Gravelle, 13.44; B. Greening 

Wire Co., Ltd., 17.14; O. Martin, 190.38; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 17.05; 

Pay list, wages of men, 1,387.05; J. W. Richards, 16.15; petty disbursements, 

40.47 1,767 62 

Gauthier Creek Bridge, 6th Con., Ferris. — Pay list, wages of men 128 25 

Gilmour Bridge, Tudor.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 35.10; W. Embury, 11.50; 

B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 13.40; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 19.92; W. A. 

McMurray, 185.45; Pay list, wages of men, 869.25; petty disbursements, 37.09. . 1,171 71 

Graham Creek Bridge, 8th Con., Chisholm. — Pay list, wages of men 115 00 

Graham Creek Bridge, 10th Con., Chisholm. — Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 

Ltd., 44.91; Pay list, wages of men, 54.00; petty disbursements, 8.68 107 59 

Graham Creek Bridge, 11th Con., Chisholm. — B. Dudgeon, 24.80; B. Greening 

Wire Co., Ltd., 34.07; L. McCloskey, 25.15; Pay list, wages of men, 1,290.80; 

petty disbursements, 16.43 1,391 25 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Green Creek Bridge, Sherwood. — F. Beloskie, 20.00; Murray & Omanique, 55.00; 

Pay list, wages of men, 74.25 149 25 

Gull Lake Bridge, Clarendon.— Burlington Steel Co., 79.38; D. Cox, 16.00; J. 
Derue, 79.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 12.47; McGregor & Mclntvre, Ltd., 
19.92; D. McManus, 116.80; Pay list, wages of men, 1,205.00; J. A. Pringle, 
185.41 ; petty disbursements, 7.70 1,722 18 

Halliday Creek Bridge, Bagot. — Devine & Legris, 15.00; Pay list, wages of men, 

989.28; petty disbursements, 6.80 1,011 08 

Healey's Bridge, Himsworth.— C. W. Campbell, 21.36; A. Cook, 12.18; Pay list, 

wages of men, 563.50; A. L. Perkins, 18.84; petty disbursements, 22.85 638 73 

Healey Gully Bridge, Christie.— S. G. Avery, 179.46; D. Bradley, 29.75; Burling- 
ton Steel Co., Ltd., 36.69; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 39.04: J. R. Harrop, dis- 
bursements, 172.12; Pay list, wages of men, 1,247.50; Smith & Spring, 19.58; 
petty disbursements, 10.95 1,735 09 

Highland Creek Bridge, Griffith. — Pay list, wages of men 100 00 

Hill Creek Bridge, Cameron. — S. McMeekin, 135.40; Pay list, wages of men, 

456.50 591 90 

Horn Lake Creek Bridge, Strong.— C. W. Ball, 26.58; Burk's Falls Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 32.84; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 36.51; J. H. Forster, 343.06: J. R. 
Harrop, disbursements, 87.69; A. Keitch, 26.42; Pay list, wages of men, 671.00; 
J. Spears, 15.00; petty disbursements, 7.80 1,246 90 

Huntingdon Bridge, Huntingdon. — D. W. Bird, 29.06; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 
26.89; Murray & Fitzpatrick, 184.19; Pay list, wages of men, 361.28; petty 
disbursements, 49.45 650 87 

Hurtibise Creek Bridge, Ferris. — E. Hurtibise 40 70 

Indian River Bridge, B. Line, Alice.— S. Badke, 93.70; A. Brash, 254.19; J. 
Bienthal, 170.25; R. Bienthal, 29.33; M. Bulger, 32.45; W. Buckholtz, 
13.08; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 314.12; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
171.74; A. Giroux, 19.80; S. Greer, 23.47; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 50.74; 
G. Lewis, 64.00; McGregor & Mclntvre, Ltd., 19.92; National Grocers, Ltd., 
240.31; Pav list, wages of men, 3,811.91; Pedlar People, Ltd., 60.14; O. Risto, 
135.73; S. Rankin, 21.33; R. Reinke, 41.48; Standard Steel Construction Co., 
1,890.00; W. Timm, 15.75; C. Woito, 23.13; petty disbursements, 113.25 7,609 82 

Ingoldsby Bridge, Minden.— F. Bork, 25.10; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 13.54; 
Mrs. H. Harrison, 79.67: J. S. Hill, 27.29; Pay list, waees of men, 819.00; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 64.09; Sarnia Bridge Co., 125.00; petty disbursements, 3.60 1,157 29 

Irwin Bridge, Himsworth.— C. W. Campbell, 120.69; A. Cook, 150.04; M. Irwin, 
25.60; L. McCloskey, 233.57; J. McPhail, 33.00; Pay list, wages of men, 2,289.26; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 51.68; J. Peever, 15.00; L. Perkins & Co., 118.08; A. L. 
Perkins, 174.86; S. Phillips, 11.25; Powassan Garage, 27.68; J. A. Purdon, 91.10; 
J. T. Shaw, 12.25; J. M. Scott, 18.00; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 200.62; petty 
disbursements, 56.09 3,628 77 

Jamieson Creek Bridge, Ross. — Pay list, wages of men 404 00 

Jeanett's Bridge, Medonte. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 130.82; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., 13.11; MacNab & Sons, 14.83; Pay list, wages of men, 114.25; 
petty disbursements, 51.09 324 10 

Jordan Creek Bridge, Hagerman.— A. C. Keitch, 77.02; T. J. Paget, 138.44; 

Pay list, wages of men, 496.00; petty disbursements, 5.00 716 46 

Keller's Bridge, Elziver. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 16.65; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 12.05; Houston Co., 86.37; Murray & Fitzgerald, 395.50; Pay list, wages of 
men, 245.25 ; R. A. Sager, 18.71 ; petty disbursements, 9.96 784 49 

Lake St. Peter Bridge, McClure. — D. K. Card, 94.81; Pay list, wages of men, 

205.00; petty disbursements, 8.41 308 22 

Lentz Creek Bridge, Raglan.— J. Lentz, 161.40; Pay list, wages of men, 129.00. . . 290 40 

Long Pond Bridge, Cardiff.— F. D. Herlickey, 14.00; Hopkins & Mark, 22.88; 

Pay list, wages of men, 287.74; C. Willows & Son, 65.39 390 01 

McClaren's Creek Bridge, Palmerston. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 76.51; 
Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 188.55; Elphin Creamery, 56.32; W. Geddes, 40.70; 
D. Genmeld, 17.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 14.41; Hamilton Bridge Works, 
Ltd., 49.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,027.75; J. A. Pringle, 48.22; petty disburse- 
ments, 48.64 1,567 60 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

McCormick Creek Bridge, Grattan. — J. McCormick, 70.40; Pay list, wages of 

men, 174.00; petty disbursements, 7.50 ' 251 90 

McGee Bridge and Culvert, Rawdon. — J. T. Belshaw, 124.79; Burlington Steel 

Co., Ltd., 173.28; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 20.69; Houston Co., 62.27; J. A. 

Moore, 18.75; Pedlar People, Ltd., 15.96; Pay list, wages of men, 834.75; R. A. 

Sager, 22.22; G. E. Thompson, 45.00; petty disbursements, 30.92 1,348 63 

McGrath Creek Bridge, Grattan. — Pay list, wages of men 203 00 

McLaren Creek Bridge, Bonfield. — O. Martin, 30.43; Pay list, wages of men, 

61.00; T. Sullivan, 18.40; petty disbursements, 7.50 117 33 

Marmora Bridges, Marmora. — R. E. Bonter, 39.00; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 

26.36; Connor & Jones, 227.25; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 14.94; Pay list, 

wages of men, 240.50; petty disbursements, 28.64 576 69 

Martin Creek Bridge, Admaston.— J. Lynch, 48.00; Pay list, wages of men, 221.00 269 00 

Maynooth Bridges, Maynooth. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 17.43; Pay list, 

wages of men, 646.75; petty disbursements, 17.88 682 06 

Miner's Bay Bridge, Lutterworth.' — Pay list, wages of men, 1,028.79; H. Tracey, 

49.50; Williamson Bros., 21.88; petty disbursements, 11.60 1,111 77 

Mississippi Bridge, Clarendon. — E. Buell, 150.15; Pay list, wages of men, 71.00; 

petty disbursements, 6.30 227 45 

Moira River Bridge, Tudor. — Pay list, wages of men 647 75 

Moore Creek Bridge, Calvin. — Pay list, wages of men, 47.00; A. Winch, 157.00; 

petty disbursements, 5.00 209 00 

Mud Creek Bridge, Portland. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 36.65; B. Greening 

Wire Co., Ltd., 12.94; Pay list, wages of men, 1,205.23 1,254 82 

North River Bridge, Medonte, Orillia Townline. — Burlington Streel Co., Ltd., 
83.42; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 173.60; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 13.83; 
McNab & Sons, 28.88; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 24.90; Pay list, wages of 
men, 1,034.50; W. H. Switzer & Sons, 99.14; A. Train, disbursements, 344.44 1,802 71 

O'Grady Creek Bridge, Hagarty. — P. J. O'Grady, 60.20; Pay list, wages of men, 

143.00 '. 203 20 

Olmstead Bridge, Wicklow.— W. J. Davis, 23.60; Pay list, wages of men, 176.25. . 199 85 

Otter Creek Bridge, Lutterworth.— S. Bryant, 94.88; D. J. Hartle, 16.58; Lindsay 

Coal Co., 52.80; Pay list, wages of men, 523.00; W^ J. Prentice, 31.22 718 48 

Otter Lake Narrows Bridge, Conger.— W. Beatty Co., 17.70; F. J. Benner, 95.07; 
R. Bradshaw, 11.12; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 202.65; Canada Cement Co., 
Ltd., 240.00; City Meat Market, 27.40; W\ Crisp, 113.51; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 13.05; Johnston & Co., 86.26; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 14.94; Pay list, 
wages of men, 1,237.25; Pedlar People, Ltd., 41.05; petty disbursements, 143.88. 2,243 88 

Pine Creek Bridge, Clarendon.^ — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 29.25; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., 10.06; Pay list, wages of men, 694.75; J. A. Pringle, 90.80; petty 
disbursements, 53.12 877 98 

Posts Bridge, Marmora. — Hunter & Donley, 10.44; Houston Co., 50.70; Pay list, 

wages of men, 434.75. Sundries: freight, 3.41 499 30 

Rock Hill Bridge, McKellar.— R. Canning, 10.00; R. Harvey, 11.20; J. Orr, 79.55; 

Pay list, wages of men, 544.75 645 50 

Russell Creek Bridge, Radcliffe. — C. Dennison, 86.35; Pay list, wages of men, 

138.10 224 45 

Scott Bridge, Herschell.— S. Green, 60.00; Pay list, wages of men, 215.75 275 75 

Scott Bridge, McDougall.— D. Argue, 46.25; W. Beatty & Co., 17.37; D. S. Litster, 
10.05; T. J. Paget, 301.86; Pay list, wages of men, 890.36; A. E. Scott, 20.00; 
W^ H. Scott, 43.50; petty disbursements, 3.80 1,333 19 

Second Line Bridge, Tiny, — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 58.55; D. G. Christie, 
22.95; W. H. Clute, 28.09; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 14.29; D. Halford, 172.30; 
Hamilton Bridge Works Co., Ltd., 15.30; Long Mfg. Co., 507.11; J. Kean, 29.00; 
MacNab & Sons, 26.68; Pay list, wages of men, 783.59; A. Train, disbursements, 
176.94; J. M. Wallace, 30.60; petty disbursements, 6.75 1,872 15 

Sedgwick Bridge, Snowdon. — Baines & David, Ltd., 11.05; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 13.90; Pay list, wages of men, 312.13; H. R. Scott, 38.39; petty disburse- 
ments, 8.10 383 57 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Seventh Line Bridge, Vespra. — Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 24.94; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 172.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 19.10; MacNab & Sons, 34.96; 
Pay list, wages of men, 978.62; A. Train, disbursements, 192.26 1,421 88 

Sharbot Lake Bridge, Osc— J. Allen, 23.00; E. Buell, 66.39; W. Conboy, 12.00; 
W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 254.59; N. Donlev, 13.30; G. Drew, 11.15; J. Fair, 
45.00; R. Hawlev, 23.00; D. Howes, 15.00: Imperial Oil, Ltd., 298.70; James 
Bros., 381.34; J. McCharles, 11.00; Pav list, wages of men, 8.650.24; D. Parker, 
36.65; J. Pringle, 64.16; H. Smith, 23.90; Sullivan Machinery Co., 72.15; petty 
disbursements, 50.47 10,052 04 

Sheridan Creek Bridge, Brudmell.— Pay list, wages of men, 175.00; P. Sheridan, 

79.20 254 20 

Smith's Mill Bridge, Sheffield.— Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 181.81; Pedlar 

People, Ltd., 14.59; Pay list, wages of men, 827.50; petty disbursements, 36.68. . 1,060 58 

Snake Creek Bridge, Bromley. — A. Andrews, 20.45; Auto Repair Shop, 28.05; 
J. Beloskie, 200.00; W. Gorman, 23.00; Neville Bros., 45.69; Pay list, wages of 
men, 193.70; petty disbursements, 33.23 544 12 

Sucker Creek Bridge, Oso.— E. B. Buell, 66.95; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 240.45; 
W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 87.09; D. S. Halford, 48.00; Hamilton Bridge Works, 
Ltd., 222.12; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 76.36; Mrs. Milligan, 38.00; J. Norris, 225.00; 
D. Parker, 16.95; Pay list, wages of men, 5,051.23; J. A. Pringle, 222.50; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 62.99; W. W. Pringle, disbursements, 286.28; E. Reynolds, 67.63; 
Sullivan Machinery Co., 34.44; petty disbursements, 9.50 6,755 49 

Union Creek Bridge, Somerville. — F. Armstrong, 111.18; J. Austin & Sons, 
111.58; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 28.21; J. Handley, 37.41; Hopkins & Mark, 
19.63; Pay list, wages of men, 1,428.76; J. Reid, 12.25; P. R. Switzer, disburse- 
ments, 171.36; G. Wright, 39.78; petty disbursements, 20.40 1,980 56 

Vardy Creek Bridge, Camden. — F. Alberson, 16.40; Card Bros., 63.12; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., 13.75; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 10.58; R. Light, 29.75; McGregor & 
Mclntvre, Ltd., 22.16; Pay list, wages of men, 583.25; H. Woodruff, 365.63; 
petty disbursements, 12.85.' 1,117 49 

Village Bridge, Minden. — J. Austin & Sons, 17.72; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 
106.54; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 285.60; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 10.86; 
Hamilton Bridge Works, Ltd., 23.12; Pay list, wages of men, 726.03; W. Prentice 
& Sons, 47.80; T. H. Rogers, 21.36; G. Sears, 52.00; petty disbursements, 52.71. . 1,343 74 

Warren Creek Bridge, Bagot. — Devine & Legris, 14.10; Pav list, wages of men, 

190.00 .' 204 10 

Wasmund Creek Bridge, Lyell.^ — C. & D. Murray, 159.79; Pay list, wages of men, 

382.00; petty disbursements, 8.30 550 09 

Wassa Creek Bridge, Chisholm.— Burlint?ton Steel Co., Ltd., 124.90; R. W. 
Butler, 185.19; C. W. Campbell, 49.74; Canada Cement Co., 226.05; Canadian 
Timber Co., 186.09; A. Crawford, 20.20; F. Desjardins, 13.80; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., 14.03; L. McCloskey, 22.02; Pay list, wages of men, 1.796.97; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 10.82; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 39.36; petty disbursements, 33.50. 2,722 67 

Waubaushene Bridge.— A. Arbour, 12.90; Canada Cement Co.. Ltd., 411.40; S. E. 
Campbell, 16.25; Copeland Mill Co., 70.00; O. E. Eplett, 33.25; Georgian Bay 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 36.63; H. Gouetr, 41.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 71.83; 
D. S. Halford, 132.00; Hamilton Bridge Works, Ltd., 299.58; J. Kingsboro, 69.25; 
MacNab & Sons, 71.96; Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 74.35; Pay list, 
wages of men, 7,846.39; Pedlar People, Ltd., 173.00; G. Price, 53.42; W. Russell, 
179.30; A. Train, disbursements, 234.57; Victoria Harbor Lumber Co., 199.01; 
petty disbursements, 22.16 10,048 75 

Wilcox Swamp Bridge, Monteagle. — Pay list, wages of men, 125.50; J. E. Quirk, 

75.00 200 50 

Winter Bridge, Loughborough. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 11.73; McGregor 
& Mclntyre, Lta., 14.94; Pay list, wages of men, 334.86; petty disbursements, 
2.48 364 01 

Young Street Bridge, Burk's Falls,— Burk's Falls Hardware Co., 102.59; Clay 
Products, Ltd., 48.60; A. G. Culbert, 162.11 : T. J. Fletcher, 24.00; R. Ford, 51.00; 
J. Glenney, 148.00; A. C. Keitch, 79.40; Knight Bros., 137.20; D. S. Litster, 
22.99; Pay list, wages of men, 1,324.50; petty disbursem.ents, 65.89 2,166 28 

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DRAINAGE 
Addington-Frontenac District Drainage ($1,725.81) 
M. Cronk& Son, 42.82 ;W. B. Dalton, & Sons 69.70; Pav list, wages of men, 1,057.17; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 54.86; J. A. Pringle, 88.93; W. W. Pringle, accountable, 
395.08; J. N. Smith, 9.15; F. L. Wormorth, 8.10 1,725 81 

Centre Simcoe District Drainage ($998.91) 
S. E. Campbell, 13.20; G. Dwinford, 3.00; Hubbard's Hardware, 20.81; Pay list, 

wages of men, 961.90 998.91 

East Simcoe Drainage ($1,987.65) 

Pay list, wages of men 1,987 65 

Haliburton District Drainage ($l,592.1i;> 

Geo. Anderson, 39.00; Kirkfield Hardware, 16.48; LeCraw Bros., 16.34; Pay list, 

wages of men, 1,477.39; M. Stewart, 11.25; petty disbursements, 31.65 1,592 11 

Muskoka District Drainage ($2,452.21) 
Wm. Lowe, accountable, 73.43; Pav list, wages of men, 2,283.65; Whitten Co., Ltd., 

78.38; petty disbursements, 16.75 2,452 21 

Nipissing District Drainage ($3,793.58) 
Pav list, wages of men, 3,411.13; J. O. Rochefort, accountable, 376.75; A. Thibeault, 

5.70 ^ 3,793 58 

North Bruce District Drainage ($171.50) 

Pay list, wages of men , 171 50 

North Hastings District Drainage ($2,225.91) 
Frank Dafoe, 28.60; Jas. F. Fox, 4.35; W. A. McMurrav, 230.40; Chas. W. Mullett, 

62.11; Pay list, wages of men, 1,900.45 2,225 91 

North Ontario District Drainage ($1,612.66) 

W. E. Cooper, 10.16; C. H. Jermey, accountable, 100.95; Neil McDonald, 28.00; 

Pay list, wages of men, 1,467.55; Jas. Prophet, 6.00 1,612 66 

Parry Sound District Drainage ($1,888.42) 
F. Anderson, 25.00; Mrs. J. Hannon, 52.00; Jas. Knight, 1.50; L. McCloskev, 14.00; 

Pay list, wages of men, 1,778.17; E. T. Shortland, 17.75 1,888 42 

Renfrew District Drainage ($2,873.35) 

Jamieson Lime Co., 31.50; Pay list, wages of men, 2,828.40; R. G. Reinke, 13.45. . . 2,873 35 
Simcoe County Drainage ($855.32) 

T. Langton, 10.57; Pay list, wages of men, 840.00; petty disbursements, 4.75 855 32 

Drainage Grants, ($3,100.00) 

Treasurer, Township of Sonibra 3,100 00 

Public Works and Bridges $199,675.75 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
To Provide Additional Accommodation, New East Block ($538,005.12) 

The Alcor Co., 104.50; American Enamel Products, Ltd., 28.00; American Tent & 
Awning Co., Ltd., 80.00; Architectural Bronze & Iron Works, 6,418.16; F. 
Armstrong Co., Ltd., 1,097.37; Jas. Armstrong, 15.83; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 62.96; 
Bell Telephone Co., erection of poles, 307.09; Bennett & Wright Co., Ltd., 
7,278.13; E. Berwick & Co., 73.13; W. J. Bolus, 2,351.55; Booth Signs. Ltd., 
1,230.98; Brigden's, Ltd., 250.00; Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., Ltd., 7,445.00; 
P. Burns Co., Ltd., 336.60; W. R. Campbell, 53.99; Canada Crushed Stone 
Corpn., 1,608.92; Canadian Cutler Mail Chute Co., 1,818.00; Canada Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 10,478.62; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 1.236.42; Canadian 
Ice Machine Co., Ltd., 4,595.40; Canadian IngersoU-Rand Co., Ltd., 935.30; 
Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., 12.60; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 
2,334.48; Canadian Laboratories Supplies, 43.16; Canadian Laco Lamp, Ltd., 
49.63; Can. Nat. Railways,^412.81; Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., 2,115.00; 
Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 171.03; Canadian Telephones & Supply Co., 13.33; 
Chicago Hardware & Foundry Co., 2,145.31; Coal Importers, Ltd., 16.13; Con- 
solidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 1,873.15; Consumers' Gas Co., 565.28; Corpn. 
City of Toronto, 1,934.05; Crane. Ltd., 803.90; Dennisteel, Ltd., 294.00; Dept. 
of Public Highways, 2,172.60; W. E. Dillon Co., 494.40; Dominion Electric Mfg. 
Co., 120.09; C. A. Dunham Co , Ltd., 56.43; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 

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To Provide Additional Accommodation, New East Block — Continued 

1,452.56; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 27,830.45; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., 278.40; J. H. 
Edmunds Co., 25.00; Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 2,852.50; Fleming Hardware, 14.15; 
Globe Printing Co., 12.00; Goldie & McCulloch, Ltd., 1,956.28; Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co., Ltd., 42.34; Walter Graham, 1,233.00; Hall Bros., 164.41 ; Harkness, 
Loudon & Hertzberg, 673.33; Hvdro-Electric Power Commission, 162.46; W. J. 
Hynes, Ltd., 132.14; Imperial Bank, 172.00; Imperial Varnish 8i Color Co., Ltd., 
249.02; John Inglis Co., Ltd., 185.00; International Varnish Co.. Ltd., 17.15; 
Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 247,351.53; R. A. Jellv, 177.80; A. Johnson, 2,225.45; 
R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 75.00; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 85.32; The John 
Lindsav Co., 4,285.26; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., 25.19; McGregor & Mclntvre, 
LtQ., 159.00; Mail & Empire, 13.50; Masco Co., Ltd., 1,296.84; C. B. Medley, 
117.00; Roger Miller & Sons, 880.00; Maloney Electric Co., 127.60; The Jas. 
Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 538.94; Thos. Morrison, 1,514.50; Geo. Moses, 
222.00; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 227.58; Office Repair Co., 92.75; Ontario 
Brick & Tile Plant, 4,274.30; Ontario Marble Quarries, Ltd., 1,000.00; A. B. 
Ormsby Co., Ltd., 767.03; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., 43,002.15; Pa list, 
wages of men, 25,015.96; Phillips & Bailev, 35.20; E. T. Phillips Electrical Works, 
Ltd., 256.61; Price Coal Co., Ltd., 7,623.85; Estate J. A. Proctor, 4,675.00; 
Professional Offices, Ltd., 135.00; Purdv, Mansell, Ltd., 20,263.61; Geo. Rath- 
bone, Ltd., 346.40; Geo. \\. Ravner, 19,065.24; Shelburne Garage, 68.30; 
Sheldon's, Ltd., 594.00; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 2,993.92; R. B. Smith, 
94.32; Standard Underground Caole Co., Ltd., 150.07; Sturgeon's, Ltd., 141.46; 
R. D. Sutherland, 33.95; Tavlor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 31.03; J. & J. Taylor, Ltd., 
33.90; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 4,518.86; Trelco, Ltd., 45.69; Turnbull 
Elevator Co., Ltd., 7,958.00, Vallev Citv Seating Co., 76.50; Vulcan Asphalt 
Supply Co., Ltd., 1,265.00; H. Walker & Sons, 4,794.06; Walsh Electric Co., Ltd., 
7,450.64; Jos. Wright, 960.00; Wright Bros., Ltd., 17,710.29. Sundries: Express, 
4.71; telephone, 1.80; freight, 2,240.09; postage, 1.00; telegraph, 4.54; petty 
disbursements, 71.86 538,005 12 

PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS 
Equipment and Furnishings ($57,788.54) 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., 2,033.00; Allatt Machine Tool Co., 22.15; Beatty Bros., 
Ltd., 12.40; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 16.02; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, 574.85; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 200.81 ; Day Sign Co., 98.76; 
Disher Steel Construction Co., Ltd., 18.00; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 
Ltd., 43.69; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 230.40; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 5,284.55; Arthur E. 
Hill & Co., 269.00; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 8,879.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 6,022.00- Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 15.35; Lincoln Electric Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 65.00; McClary Mfg. Co., Ltd., 1,268.76; Mitchell & McGill, 627.00; The 
Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 38.42; Northern Electric Co., Ltd , 54.60; 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 6,971.65; Pay list, wages of men, 3,481.05: Geo. 
Rathbone Lumber Co., Ltd., 290.50; Geo. N. Reynolds & Co., 1,166.15; Rice Wire 
Works, 614.00; Jas. Robertson Co., Ltd., 156.20; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 
1,939.15; Geo. Sparrow & Co., 2,500.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 8,817.25; 
Stevens Engineering & Supplies, 678.49; J. & J. Taylor, Ltd., 560.00; H. 
Walker & Sons, 299.^^50; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., 4,517.54; petty dis- 
bursements, 23.30 57,788 54 

ONTARIO HOSPITALS 

Alterations and Additions ($1,917.81) 

Brockville Hospital.— Canada Customs, 39.00; Can. Pac. Railway, freight, 3.80. . . 42 80 

Cobourg Hospital. — Boiler Inspection Branch, inspection 11 65 

Hamilton Hospital. — Allatt Machine & Tool Co., 16.00; Canadian Westinghouse 

Co., Ltd., 251.47; Pay list, wages of men, 63.10 330 57 

Kingston Hospital. — Can. Nat. Express, 5.74; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 

Ltd., 809.30; Pay list, wages of men, 8.75 823 79 

London Hospital. — Norton Steel Works, Ltd 60 00 

Orillia Hospital.— Moloney Elec. Co. of Canada, Ltd 625 00 

Toronto Hospital. — Sundry newspapers, advertising for tenders 24 00 

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ONTARIO HOSPITAL. BROCKVILLE 

Construction of Works, Machinery, Furniture, etc. ($33,126.02) 

B. Dillon, 88.00; A. G. Debbie & Co., 4.40; C. F. Hagerty, 20,870.50; Masco Co., 
Ltd., 118.11; C. B. Medley, 819.00; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 1,778.75: Pay 
list, wages of men, 171.50; Premier Laundry Equipment Co., 6,927.50; Geo Ross 
& Co., 1,981.79; R. H. Smart, Ltd., 41.90; W. R. Stavert, 200.52; Sundry News- 
papers, advertising for tenders, 124.05 33,126 02 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, KINGSTON 

Boiler and Extension to Stack at Mowat Wing ($1,248.00) 

R. M. F. McFarlane 1,248 00 

Purchase Price and Adjustments, Mowat Hospital — Part 
Payment ($75,000.00) 

Kingston Health Association 75,000 00 

Alterations and Additions to Building, Laundry and 
Machinery (522,719.14) 

R. G. Armstrong, 110.00; Colin Drever. 348.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 187.41: Pay list, 
wages of men, 340.92; Premier Laundry Equipment Co., 3,040.00; Sundry 
Newspapers, advertising for tenders, 113.80; Geo. C. Wright, 18,572.50. Sundries: 
Freight, 6.51 22,719 14 

Improvements and Alterations, Mowat Wing ($88,842.28) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 85.10; Alabastine Co., Ltd., 467.62; Allen General 
Supplies, Ltd., 1,836.55; S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 1.495.93; Boiler Repair & Grate 
Bar Co., 260.00; Can. Asbestos Co., 34.02; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 
81.25: Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 1,036.96; Can. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 
147.80; Can. Metal Windows & Steel Products, Ltd., 286.04; Can. Powers 
Regulator Co., 1,104.00; Cassidy's, Ltd., 718.94; W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 
2,665.87; Dearborn Chemical Co., Ltd., 237.50; Dept. Soldiers' Civil Re-estab- 
lishment, 2,116.72; Disher Steel Construction Co., 760.00; Dominion Linens, 
Ltd., 1,090.06, Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 960.12; Wm. Drury, 426.60; Dunlop 
Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 141.50; J. H. Edmunds Co., Ltd., 73.50; Empire 
Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 317.96; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 86.09; Graves 
Bros., 610.35; S. Hamilton, 1,663.52; Jas. Harris, 131.99; Hobart Mfg. Co., 
560.96; J. C. Hunter, 108.75; Insulation & Asbestos Co., Ltd., 84.39; K. D. 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 327.67; Kingston Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., 241.75; 
Treasurer, City of Kingston, 67.20; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 131.81; D. J. 
McBeth, 38.90; R. J. McClelland, 151.00; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., 809.19; 
McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 1,197.00; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 3,104.57; 
Norman Macdonald, 56.21; Mail & Empire, 12.00; H. W. Marshall, 109.00; 
G. B. Meadows, Ltd., 443.75; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 4,037.65; H. B. 
Montgomery Hose Reel Co., 614.00; The Tas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
949.32; National Iron Corpn., 3,399.37; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 361.68; 
Northern Plumbing Co., 1,556.07; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 4,939.27; Ontario 
Gypsum Co., 996.00; Ontario Reformatorv Industries, 7,732.00; Pay list, waeesof 
men, 32,404.48; Pedlar People, Ltd., 140.83; H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 81.95; Robt. 
Purtell, 31.30; C. H. Redden, 69.27; James Robertson Co., Ltd., 428.60; D. A. 
Shaw, Ltd., 110.00; Simmons Bros., Ltd., 572.55; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 
1,008.69; Toronto Feather & Down Co., Ltd., 309.40; Trussed Concrete Steel 
Co., Ltd., 1,080.17; Wilson Ilium Co., Ltd., 24.01. Sundries: Freight, 1,641.21; 
express, 30.77; petty disbursements, 43.55 88,842 28 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, LONDON 

New Elevated Steel Water Tank and Main ($9,672.71) 

Dyment-Baker Lumber Co., 225.71; The Norton Steel Co., 9,325.00; W. Lilley, 

122.00 9,672 71 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, MIMICO 

Township of Etobicoke Proportion of Cost of Sewage 
Disposal Plant and Pipe Lines ($2,293.35) 

Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., 146.25; National Iron Corpn., Ltd., 435.75; 
Ontario Sewer Pipe & Clay Products, Ltd., 1,621.35; Pav list, wages of men, 
90.00 ' 2,293 35 



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I 



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Brought forward 1,799,030 46 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, ORILLIA 

New Patients' Building, Including Furnishings, etc. ($9,804.24) 

Aluminum Co. of Can., Ltd., 78.40; Can. Asbestos Co., 11.88; Can. General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 217.03; Can. Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 1,685.00; Can. 
Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 85.30; S. E. Carss Lumber Co., 63.00; Cassidy's, 
Ltd., 543.80; Dennisteel, Ltd., 147.00; Empire Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 14.60; 
Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 33.26; Fletcher Mfg. Co., 136.26; A. D. Gibson, 
310.86; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd.. 60.00; McClary Mfg. Co., Ltd., 179.19; Mercer 
Reformatory Industries, 2,179.08; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 1,066.80; 
Oriliia Hardware Co., 70.85; Pay list, wages of men, 1,873.15; H. A. Raney 
& Co., 191.25; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 132.75; Stewart & Wood, Ltd., 
162.00; Turnbull Elevator Co., Ltd., 480.00. Sundries: Freight, 69.66; 
petty disbursements, 13.12 9,804 24 

To Complete Construction and Equipment of Industrial 
Building ($9,992.63) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 128.71; Baines & David, Ltd., 126.62; Can. General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 158.41; Can. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 636.15; Can. Paint 
Co., Ltd., 229.51; S. E. Carss Lumber Co., 44.93; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., 
Ltd., 27.24; Crane, Ltd., 146.93; J. R. Eaton Sons, Ltd., 382.55; Imperial Varnish 
& Color Co., Ltd., 113.44; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,499.68; McGregor 
& Mclntyre, Ltd., 947.00; MacNab & Sons, 59.95; Metallic Roofing Co., Ltd., 
82.63; Pay list, wages of men, 3,910.20; Alf. Rogers, Ltd., 1,088.00; Sarjeant & 
Co., Ltd., 16.00. Sundries: Freight, 380.22; cartage, 2.96; petty disbursements, 
11.50 9,992 63 

Equipment of New Building to Accommodate 
200 Patients ($6,261.87) 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., 2,097.80; Cassidy's, Ltd., 10.88; Mercer Reformatory 
Industries, 356.54; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 3,374.80; The Robt. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 27.42; \Vm. Swinton & Sons, 260.00. Sundries: Freight, 
134.43 6,261 87 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, TORONTO 

Addition to Nurses' Home and Tunnel to Main 
Building, New Laundry Building and Equipment 
($59,345.95) 

F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., 97.16; Baines & David, Ltd., 26.25; Beaver Laundry 
Machinery Co., 20,020.00; Brantford Roofing Co., Ltd., 66.71; Can. General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 600.66; Can. Hardware, Ltd., 131.17; Can. Metal Window 
& Steel Products, Ltd., 370.00; Can. Rumely Co., Ltd., 45.20; \\\ A. Chalkey 
& Sons, 50.00; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 150.57; A. E. Croune, 232.00; 
Dept. of Public Highways, 123.70; W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., 1,521.60; Douglas 
Bros., 273.00; Empire Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 190.59; Fiddes & Hogarth, 210.22; 
Robt. Gardner Co., Ltd., 1,055.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 434.16; Gutta 
Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., 19.49; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 17.60; 
Italian Mosaic Tile Co., Ltd., 1,121.40; The R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 
2,576.41; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 304.16: A. S. Leitch & Co., Ltd., 727.00; S. 
McCord & Co., Ltd., 627.13; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 675.00; Masco Co., 
Ltd., 272.94; The Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 849.38; Nesbitt Elec. 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 50.96; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 1,805.26; Ontario Lime Co., 
Ltd., 628.15; Pay list, wages of men, 15,133.54; Premier Laundry Equipment Co., 
5,700.00; Queenston Quarries, Ltd., 290.00; Geo. Rathbone, Ltd., 10.44; Roofers' 
Supply Co., Ltd., 155.00; W. R. Stavart, 138.11; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 806.79; 
Trelco, Ltd., 418.20; Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Can., Ltd., 36.17; Turnbull 
Elevator Co., Ltd., 1,195.00. Sundries: Freight, 161.00; petty disbursements, 
28.83 59,345 95 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL, WHITBY 

Construction of Works and Buildings, Furniture, 
etc. ($4,984.08) 

Barton & Henderson, 45.98; Can. Ice Machine Co., Ltd., 3,740.00; The Robt. 

Simpson Co., Ltd., 1,150.10; Sundry Newspapers, advertising for tenders, 48.00. 4,984 08 

Carried forward 1,889,419 23 



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No. 1 



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TORONTO RECEPTION HOSPITAL 



1,889,419 23 



Equipment and Furnishings ($1,815.38) 

Ash-Temple Co., Ltd., 650.89; Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 47.71; Geo. Creagan 
12.00; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 134.00; H. Krug Furniture Co., Ltd., 54.59; Metal 
Craft Co., Ltd., 103.00; The Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 52.48; Nord- 
heimer Piano & Music Co., Ltd., 190.00; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 50.91; 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 264.30; Preston Furniture Co., Ltd., 50.50; 
Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 205.00 



1,815 38 



BOYS' TRAINING SCHOOL, BOWMANVILLE 

Land, Buildings, Machinery, Furniture ($82,345.72) 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., 17.70; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 446.10; B. R. 
Alldread, 38.30; W. T. Allen, 67.90; F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., 73.82; John Bailus 
& Son, 16.00; Baines & David, Ltd., 105.01; Barrett Co., Ltd., 11.14; Bauer & 
Black, Ltd., 23.88; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 121.45; G. H. Bickell, 25.26; C. W. 
Binns, 27.15 ; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 392.81 ; Can. Explosives, Ltd., 16.60; 
Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 662.41; Can. Inspection & Testing Co., 14.50; 
Can. Machinery Corpn., Ltd., 18.00; Clay Products Agency, Ltd., 179.01; 
Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 29.98; Crane, Ltd., 243.08; Davidson Motor 
Co., Ltd., 249.03; Dennisteel, Ltd., 46.00; Dept. of Public Highways, 11,982.91; 
W. E. Dillon & Co., Ltd., 45.60; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., 11.50; C. A. 
Dunham Co., Ltd., 169.50; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 672.08; 
Dustan Cash Hardware Co., 392.11 ; W. L. Elliott, 1,052.33; Fittings, Ltd., 28.93; 
Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 364.24; S. ]. Gascoigne, 285.92; L. G. Greenaway, 
541.42; Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., 120.98; Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., 
224.62; J. Hately, 34.25; Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 849.10; S. J. Henry, 21.00; 
J. A. Holgate & Son, 620.08; Horton Steel Works, Ltd., 478.00; H. Hughes & Co., 
614.10; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 574.30; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 
69.72; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 154.00; Italian Mosaic Tile Co., 697.86; Jamieson & 
Jamieson, 15.55; King's Printer, 57.65; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,125.80; 
Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 19.62; Lincoln Electric Co. of Canada, 177.29; Louden 
Machinery Co., 46.58; McClellan & Co., 3,595.54; McFarlane Mfg. Co., 48.00; 
McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., 1,860.00; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 7,082.69; 
Mason & Dale, 183.05; F. F. Morris Co., 140.00: Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 
2,808.00; Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., 350.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
456.75; Pay list, wages of men, 30,697.21; Pedlar People, Ltd., 251.16; H. W. 
Petrie, Ltd., 95.50; Pipe Tool Repair Co., 67.35; Preston Woodworking Ma- 
chinery Co., 74.00; R. T. Purvis Co., 265.00; Pvrene Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
38.80; G. W. Raymore, 29.75; Rennie's Seeds,' Ltd., 52.65; G. N. Reynolds & 
Co., 40.00; Jas. Robertson Co., Ltd., 166.70; A. Roffev, 2,006.50; Alf. Rogers, 
Ltd., 1,500.85; Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd., 34.51; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 
791.15; Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., 463.45; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 
47.00; Geo. A. Stephens, 30.00; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., 70.89; Universal 
Garage, 29.50; F. C. Vanstone, 146.20; Yokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 102.00; Jno. 
Yokes & Son, Ltd., 1,664.60; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., 450.00. Sundries: 
Freight, 2,234.29; express, 19.97; cartage, 60.25; telegrams, 3.17; telephone, 
40.32; postage, 31.65; petty disbursements, 45.10 82,345]|72 



TECHNICAL SCHOOL, HAMILTON 

Ontario Training School for Technical Teachers — 
Construction of Buildings, Furniture, etc. ($292.25) 

C. B, Medley, 234.00; Sundry Newspapers, advertising for tenders, 58.25 



292|25 



NORTHERN ACADEMY, MONTEITH 

New Boiler in Central Heating Plant, including Piping 
to Superintendent's Residence ($1,200.00) 



The John Inglis Co., Ltd. 



1,200 00 



Carried forward 1,975,072 58 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS K 39 

Brought forward 1,975,072 58 

AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, RIDGETOWN 

Agricultural School and Community Hall ($7,757.96) 

W. R. Bright, 193.81; Green River Lumber Co., 95.85; Pav list, wages of men, 
104.50; Geo. Poag & Son, 265.68; Ponsford Construction Co., Ltd., 7,071.82; 
Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., 10.50; petty disbursements, 15.80 7,757 96 

Furnishings ($163,20) 

Green River Lumber Co., 65.00; Interior Hardwood Co., 98.20 163 20 

Farm Office Building ($3,280.17) 

Erie Construction Co., 2,480.00; H. ^L Ingram, 28.25; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 
289.26; Pay list, wages of men, 148.50; A. J. Silcox, 125.00; Sundries: Freight, 
209.16 3,280 17 

AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, KEMPTVILLE 

Hog Pens ($2,038.97) 
R. Beggs & Son 2,038 97 

ONTARIO AGRICLXTLTRAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

School for Baking ($1,898.85) 

Masco Co., Ltd., 23.08; Pav list, wages of men, 9.50; J. Richardson Plumbing & 

Heating Co., 1,568.21; Stuart Bros., 298.06 1,898 85 

HORTICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION, VINELAND 

Improvement in Water Supply ($928.52) 

Beamsville Lumber & Supply Co., 30.72; Canada Salt Co., 68.50; Grimsby Brick 
& Tile Co., 78.00; W. Haist, 76.80; \V. A. Lounsbury, 512.50; E. North, 12.00; 
Pay list, wages of men, 71.50; A. Train, 21.49; Vineland Growers' Co-operative, 
Ltd., 42.50; petty disbursements, 14.51 928 52 

VIMY RIDGE FARM, GUELPH 
Additions, Alterations and Repairs ($13,826.17) 

The Acker Furniture Co., 184.08; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 98.58; Dept. of Public 
Highways, 21.00; Eastern Steel Products Co.. 1.267.00; Frank & Schuett, 105.46; 
General Supplv Co. of Canada, 249.92; Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 324.54; 
McClary Mfg.' Co., Ltd., 64.50; D. E. MacDonald & Bros., Ltd., 44.40; H. 
Occomore, 72.70; Pay list, wages of men, 97.00; J. ]M. Philip, accountable, 200.00; 
Robt. Stewart, Ltd.", 40.00; Thompson & Healev, 129.00; Universal Lightning 
Rod Co., 9.70; Geo. C. Walker, 10,918.29 .' 13,826 17 

TURKEY EXPERIMENTAL FARM, COUNTY OF NORFOLK 

Additions, Alterations and Repairs ($1,268.58) 

F. Durent, 36.00; McCall& Co., 1,168.50; C.Wolven, 62.80. Sundries: Express, 1.28 1,268 58 

DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 

New Court House, Concreting Court, Furnishings, etc. 

($1,412.68) 

H. W. BishoD, 340.00; E. C. Heins, 436.00; F. Murphy, 38.10; G. N. Revnolds & Co., 
270.00; Geo. Tavlor, Hardware Co., Ltd., 14.04; M. F. Thomas,' 254.24; Van 
Rassel Bros., 60.30 1,412 68 



Carried forward 2,007,647 68 



K 40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 2,007,647 68 

DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER 

Registry Office, Fort Frances ($16,604.71) 

M. H. Braden, 14,151.33; Corrin Plumbing & Heating Co., 1,769.90; Robt. E. 

Mason, 683.48 16,604 71 

Steel Fittings and Furniture ($1,709.20) 

W. J. Keating, 25.05; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 1,684.15 1,709 20 

Concrete Walks ($233.00) 

John East Co., Ltd 233 00 

DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 

Gaoler's House and Garage, Tearing Down Old Gaol 
and Steps to Court House ($7,827.70) 

Geo. Blanchard, 463.13; Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., 60.25; Lakehead Engineering 
Co., 145.00; Macaw & Macdonald, 6,674.64; Mahon Electric Co., 151.38; 
Northern Engineering & Supply Co., 227.00; Jas. Sheppard, 95.75; Sime Plumb- 
ing Co., 10.55 7,827 70 

New Gaol, Port Arthur ($3,185.33) 

Geo. Blanchard, 283.30; M. H. Braden. 1,955.13; R. Hamer, 36.45; D. A. Pilla, 
185.00; Dr. J. I. Pratt, 50.00; Sime Plumbing Co., 90.45; J. & J. Taylor, Ltd., 
585.00 3,185 33 

Painting Court House, etc. ($848.35) 
F. W. Virgo 848 35 

ONTARIO GOVERNMENT BUILDING, EXHIBITION PARK, TORONTO 

Grant to City of Toronto, 1927 ($50,000.00) 

Treasurer, City of Toronto 50,000 00 

Exhibits, Furnishings, Lighting and Addition ($52,835.47) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 14.30; Benjamin Electric Co., Ltd., 336.94; Can. 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 660.59; Can. Metal Windows & Steel Products, Ltd., 
1,660.00; Can. National Exhibition, 3,769.09; Can. Paint Co., Ltd., 40.44; Can. 
Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 76.64; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 355.20; 
Consumers' Gas Co., 49.50; Geo. Currell, 50.64; Chapman & Oxley, 1,237.84; 
Day Sign Co., 1,380.25; Dept. of Public Highways, 173.10; The T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 53.06; E. Ellerbeck, 2,479.55; Merle Foster, 775.00; Frost Steel & Wire 
Co., Ltd., 332.80; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 25.00; A. E. Hill & Co., 36.45; Hobbs 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2,035.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 12.00; R. G. 
Kirby, 106.70; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 132.44; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 
18.25; T. Manton & Sons, 112.00; J. E. Myers, 1,722.96; Northern Electric Co., 
Ltd., 118.40; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, 61.85; Ontario College of Art, 185.38; 
Pay List, wages of men, 1,762.54; Pilkington Bros, of Canada, Ltd., 2,500.00; 
W. H. Price, 62.20; F. Pringle, 176.80; Ramsay & Mcintosh, Ltd., 656.00; Geo. 
Rathbone, Ltd., 163.64; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 3,663.64; A. F. Small, 
757.25; Steele-Briggs Seed Co.. Ltd., 316.25; Sullivan & Freed, 23,389.13; J. 
Wallace, 16.50; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,353.61; petty disbursements, 
6.54 52,835 47 

Public Buildings $1,172,473.95 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary — See page 12 8,000 00 

Drainage Aid Work ($16,295.00) 

Treasurer, Township of: Caledonia, 4,578.00; Elma, 2,117.00; Kenyon, 3,330.00; 

Moore, 2,576.00; Wallace, 3,694.00 16,295 00 

Statutory $24,295 00 

Carried forward 2,165,186 44 



1926-27 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS K 41 

Brought forward 2,165,186 44 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Expenses in Connection with Flood Lighting Equipment, etc. 
re Diamond Jubilee Celebration ($4,307.47) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 3,961.99; Pay List, wages of men, 310.80; 

Geo. Rathbone Lumber Co., Ltd., 18.99; petty disbursements, 15.69 4,307 47 

W. T. Stewart Estate, Compensation on Sub-contract, re Metal 
Roofing and Iron Work "East Block" ($600.00) 

Executors, Estate of W. T. Stewart 600 00 

Purchase Price, etc., Additional Lands for Kingston Hospital, 

being Lot No. 17, Concession 1, Township of 

Kingston, County of Frontenac ($6,000.00) 

Wm. H. Sands 6,000 00 

Special Warrants $10,907.47 

Total Expenditure, Department of Public Works $2,176,093.91 



PART L 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS 



FISCAL YEAR 1926-27 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Highways Department 4 

Motor Vehicles Branch 6 

Miscellaneous: 

Enforcement of Motor Vehicles Act 8 

Automobile Markers 8 

Road Surveys 9 

Statutory: 

Connecting Links 37 

County Road Construction 35 

Township Road Construction 35 

Provincial Highways Construction 10 

Special Warrants 37 



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L^ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS 

Hon. G. S. Henry, Minister 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($120,094.96) 

S. L. Squire Deputy Minister 9 months 

R. M. Smith Chief Engineer (Acting Deputy Minister).. 12 " 

A. A. Smith Assistant Chief Engineer 12 " 

R. C. Muir Chief Engineer of Municipal Roads 12 " 

W. H. Brown Chief Clerk 12 " 

J. A. P. Marshall District Engineer of Municipal Roads 12 " 

H. Irwin " « " 6 " 

Jno. MacVicar " " " " 12 " 

A. SedgAvick " " " " 12 " 

Peter M. Higgins " " " " 12 « 

K. A. Cockburn Senior Clerk 12 « 

W. A. MacLachlan Assistant Highway Engineer 12 " 

A. B. Crealock Bridge Engineer 12 " 

A. Hay Senior Draughtsman 12 " 

D. Barclay Draughtsman 12 " 

F. Wenger " 12 « 

M. Kennedy Clerk 12 " 

Jno. F. Hill Junior Draughtsman 12 " 

D. S. Spence " " 12 « 

W. L. Jackson " " 12 " 

W. Kitson Testing Engineer 12 " 

N. A. Burwash. Surveyor and Draughtsman 12 " 

F. Martin Senior Clerk 12 " 

J. L. Zoller Principal Clerk 12 " 

N. W. Cosby Senior Clerk 12 " 

C. W. Garthwaite " " 12 " 

N. W. Hallett " " 12 " 

A. E. Mitchell " " 12 « 

W. R. Laing Account Clerk 2^ " 

Geo. Brown Audit Clerk 12 « 

H. Allen Senior Clerk 12 « 

W. A. Anderson Clerk 12 " 

J. Smith Senior Clerk 12 " 

W. Coomber Clerk 12 « 

E. C. Morley Junior Clerk 12 " 

D. Chambers " " 12 « 

C. Hoover Clerk 12 " 

C. Gorman Junior Clerk 11 " 

N. W. Hainesworth Senior Clerk 12 « 

W. H. R. Teddiman Clerk 12 " 

F. Porter Stock Clerk 12 " 

A. T. Colwell Clerk 12 " 

H. M. Beemer Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

D. Huvck Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

G. C. Callaghan " " " 12 « 

E. Moffitt Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

A. M. Boisseau " " 12 " 

Mrs. W. Adams Filing Clerk 12 " 

K. Lindsav " " 12 " 

N. Rapson " " 12 " 

J. Mason Office Appliance Operator 12 " 

F.Caldwell " " " 12 " 

E. M. James Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

B. Bradley " " " 12 " 

E. K. Reid Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

I. Bradley " " 12 " 

M.Carson " " 12 « 

L. W. Annis " " 12 " 

M. Crumpton " " 12 " 

Helen Milligan " " 12 " 

Carried forward 106,860 74 



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Brought forward 
Salaries — Continued 

P. M. Griffin Clerk Stenographer 

S. Tinnev Clerk Typist 

C. Hewitt " " 

H. Farewell Clerk Stenographer 12 

Chas. Foster Secretan.- to Minister 

Nellis Crew Junior Cheque Writer 

Harr>' Jardine Municipal Road Engineer 

J. M. Maclnnes " " " 

Geo. Stockdale Junior Draughtsman 



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1,006 25 


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975 00 


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1,440 47 


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1,200 00 



Contingencies ($146,186.78) 

Temporary Services.— W. G. Allen, clerk at 108.33 per mo., 799.98; C. H. Ander- 
son, valuator at 212.50 per mo., 2,550.00; N. W. Bennett, draughtsman at 
83.33 per mo., 999.96; W. Braggins, laboratory assistant at \2>2>.2>i per mo., 
1,533.30; Edna Brown, junior clerk stenographer at 69.33 per mo., 831.96; 
S. J. Burstow, clerk at 105.00 per mo., 1,260.00; J. F. Cassidv, draughtsman at 
133.33 per mo., 1,599.96; Norman M. Cooke, engineer at 200.00 per mo., 1,100.00; 
Fred. H. Davidson, junior office appliance operator at 62.50 per mo., 31.25; 
Lvle Eastman, junior clerk at 87.50 per mo., 1,050.00; A. N. Fellowes, engineer 
at 225.00 per mo., 2,700.00; Harold T. Eaton, engineer at 208.33 per mo., 1,145.82; 
J. M. Empev, engineer at 225.00 per mo., 1,575.00; G. Caviller, clerk at 112.50 
per mo., 675.00; J. H. Hawes, engineer at 208.33 per mo., 2,499.96; H. P. Jones, 
filing clerk at 75.00 per mo., 900.00; Wm. H. Keith, engineer at 200.00 per mo., 
1,061.54; Henry N. Lamont, bridge draughtsman at 175.00 per mo., 962.50; 
M. Lewis, junior clerk at 65.00 per mo., 780.00; L. Lindsay, junior clerk at 
75.00 per mo., 900.00; C. C. McCoy, typist at 73.66 per mo., 883.92; H. Mc- 
Naughton, office boy at 39.00 per mo., 468.00; B. McPherson, junior clerk at 
54.16 per mo., 649.92; John Meatherell, engineer at 166.66 per mo., 1,083.29; 
at 208.33 per mo., 1,145.82; Alma R. Morrison, junior clerk stenographer at 
70.00 per mo., 226.15; Muriel Morson, clerk stenographer at 83.33 per mo., 
999.96; M. Murrav, junior clerk at 65.00 per mo., 780.00; C. H. Nelson, engineer 
at 250.00 per mo., 3,000.00; R. Page, office boy at 39.00 per mo., 280.50; M. 
Pedlar, typist at 56.33 per mo., 675.96; J. Pogue, junior clerk at 65.00 per mo., 
780.00; A. V. Rochemont, stenographer at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; A. H. 
Saunders, assistant multigraph operator at 43.33 per mo., 519.96; H. Schermer- 
horn, engineer at 200.00 per mo., 1,100.00; Harvey A. Small, engineer at 208.33 
per mo., 1,217.93; T. N. Smythe, engineer at 208.33 per mo., 264.43; W. Spence, 
clerk at 116.66 per mo., 1,399.92; N. Stauffer, junior clerk at 95.00 per mo., 
427.50; R. C. Welham, office boy at 39.00 per mo., 468.00; L. Wicks, clerk sten- 
ographer at 18.00 per wk., 225.00; M. Wilson, stenographer at 69.33 per mo., 
831.96; M. H. Woods, clerk at U3.2,2, per mo., 1,599.96 

Traveiling Expenses.— G. Adkins, 26.75; W. G. Allen, 839.73; C. H. Anderson, 
62.20; W. A. Anderson, 12.65; D. Barclav, 4.10; W. Braggins, 1.65; G. Brown, 
675.55; W. H. Brown, 842.11; S. J. Burstow, 17.90; N. A. Burwash, 543.43; 
J. F. Cassidv, 2.25; C. Cockburn, 75.57; N. M. Cooke, 437.15; R. F. Cowan, 
11.75; A. B. Crealock, 866.30; H. R. Dickson, 66.60; L. E. R. Eastman, 1,189.91; 
H. T. Eaton, 428.85; J. M. Empey, 397.03; A. N. Fellowes, 892.78; A. H. Folev, 
63.40; C. W. Garthwaite, 532.55; J. H. Hawes, 541.80; P. M. Higgins, 476.04; 
J. Hilton, 12.50; G. M. Hubbell, 13.05; H. Irwin, 172.22; W. L. Jackson, 6.17; 
H. Jardine, 783.30; W. H. Keith, 376.92; H. N. Lamont, 38.30; M. Lewis, 5.75; 
J. M. Maclnnes, 694.93; W. A. MacLachlan, 88.20; A. G. MacNab, 22.70; 
J. M. McVicar, 1,091.79; J. A. P. Marshall, 1,087.80; J. Meatherell, 1,176.57; 
E. A. Mitchell, 170.60; R. C. Muir, 727.54; C. H. Nelson, 760.35; F. Perry, 
22.60; J. H. Robinson, 63.15; A. V. Rochemont, 15.00; C. P. Ronev, 26.35; 
H. A. Schermerhorn, 355.69; A. Sedgwick, 250.92; H. A. Small, 601.39; L. Small- 
wood, 13.80; A. A. Smith, 556.81; A. G. Smith, 39.33; R. M. Smith, 1,014.08; 
T. N. Smythe, 172.52; S. L. Squire, 512.60; M. H. Woods, 1,185.12; J. L. Zoller, 
603.97 

Advertising. — Auto Road Guide of Canada, 75.00; Aylmer Express, 3.20; Belle- 
ville Intelligencer, 19.00; Blenheim News Tribune, 17.40; Border Cities Star, 
45.00; Brighton Ensign, 1.35; Bureau of Canadian Resources, 150.00; Canadian 
Engineer, 333.40; Canadian Labour World, 75.00; Canadian Observer, 6.00; 
Canadian Railway and Marine World, 78.00; Clinton News Record, 9.00; Con- 
tract Record and Engineering Review, 196.60; Dailv Journal of Commerce, 
152.25; Daily Star, Toronto, 42.60; F. C. Doran, 25.00; Esse.x County Auto 



45,184 41 



21,670 07 



Carried forward 186,949 44 



L_6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 186,949 44 

Contingencies — Continued 

Advertising — Continued 

Club, 140.00; Evening Telegram, 99.00; A. F. Fenton, Co., 39.20; Wm. Find- 
lay Co., Ltd., sundry newspapers, 24,013.87; Fireman's Year Book, 100.00; 
Gananoque Reporter, 22.80; Globe Printing Co., 384.00; Guelph Mercury, 4.05; 
Hamilton Herald, 27.00; Hamilton Spectator, 79.50; Hamilton Union Label 
League, 60.00; Kingston Whig-Standard, 43.50; Labour Leader, 150.00; Leam- 
ington Post, 8.00; London Free Press, 101.00; Lt.-Col. K. R. Marshall, 100.00; 
Mail and Empire, 369.90; A. McKim, Ltd., sundry newspapers, 16,064.33; 
G. A. McNamee, 50.00; Montreal Star Co., Ltd., 71.75; Montreal Motorists 
League, 60.00; News Printing Co., Tillsonburg, 15.60; Ontario Motor League, 
75.00; Ontario Mun. and Contractor Blue Book, 165.00; Orangeville Sun, 6.30; 
Ottawa Journal Dailies, 80.00; Peterboro Examiner, 8.00; Picton Gazette, 7.20; 
Port Colborne Citizen Press, 8.40; Port Hope Daily Times, 28.75; Sarnia Can. 
Observer, 10.80; Seaforth News, 9.00; Simcoe Reformer, 8.64; H. E. Smallpiece, 
780.00; F. Smily, 75.00; Southern Ontario Highways Association, 50.00; Strat- 
ford Beacon Herald, 7.50; St. Catharines Standard, 26.40; St. Mary's Journal- 
Argus, 6.00; St. Thomas Times and Journal, 8.00; The Legionary, 80.00; Thomp- 
son Pub. Co., 150.00; Trent Waterway Dev. Association, 30.00; Toronto Daily 
Hebrew Journal, 29.25 44,881 54 

Services and Travelling Expenses, Highway Advisory Board. — F. G. Mac- 

Diarmid, 735.00; T. J. Mahoney, 525.00; T. A. Thompson, 600.00 1,860 00 

Miscellaneous. — C. Adams, cases, 20.55; American Society for Testing Materials, 
dues, 15.00; M. Armstrong, clamps, etc., 15.85; Art Metropole, tape, etc., 117.51; 
Battery Engineering Supply Co., Ltd., livery, 30.00; Blue Water Highways 
Association, grant, $150.00; British and Colonial Press Co., engraving, 16.67; 
Bureau of Canadian Resources, printing, 291.66; Bursar, University of Toronto, 
photostat, 23.40; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs, etc., 41.12; Canadian 
Office Appliance and Supply Co., repairs, 24.85; Carswell & Co., Ltd., books, 
15.60; H. L. Carruthers, map, 40.00; A. G. Cummings, Ltd., blueprints, 107.63; 
Diver Electrotype Co., Ltd., electros, etc., 671.39; Dept. of Inland Revenue, 
excise stamps, 20.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., lens, etc., 36.70; Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 
repairs, 36.00; Field, Love and House, typewriters, etc., 645.08; Highways 
Cafeteria, lunches, 15.00; Ideal Welding Co., welding, 12.00; Instruments, 
Ltd., blueprints, 943.42; King's Printer, 25,039.45; MacDonald Mfg. Co., gas 
pump, 260.00; Map Specialty Co., Ltd., cutting map, 74.25; Multigraph Sales 
Co., Ltd., repairs, 108.38; Moore Type Foundry, composition, 47.24; W. J. 
Moore, repairs, 20.20; Murdock Stationery, stationery, 16.17; Otis-Fensom 
Elevator Co., Ltd., rent, 70.00; Peake and Whittingham, developing, etc., 
59.56; O. H. Pierce, adding machine, 295.47; E. PuUen VVaste Co., wipers, 31.25; 
Ramsey and Co.. Ltd., films, 13.22; Ratcliffe and Ovey, staples, 86.10; J. Frank 
Raw Co., Ltd., blueprints, 625.27; Riggs Garage, gas, 27.83; Royal Typewriter 
Co., typewriter, 64.35; W. C. Sloan, photos, etc., 29.44; Toronto Transporta- 
tion Commission, car tickets, 60.00; F. S. Townsend, repairs, etc., 114.76; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., typewriters, etc., 263.12; Van Luven Bros., auto repairs, 
101.41; Sundries: Express, 761.62; freight, 1.00; newspapers and periodicals, 
78.50; postage, 560.14; telegrams, 419.62; petty disbursements, 72.98 32,590 76 

Telephone Accounts ($114.30) 

Bell Telephone Co 114 30 

Main Office $266,396.04 

MOTOR VEHICLES BRANCH 

Salaries ($40,039.59) 

J. P. Bickell Registrar of Motor Vehicles .12 months 3,600 00 

H. Kellv Head Clerk 12 " 2,400 00 

W. H. Bennett Senior Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

V. McKelvie Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

Thos. E. Burkett Senior Clerk 12 " 1,800 00 

J. S. Tatton " " 12 " 1,700 00 

C. C. Ware Clerk 12 " 1,400 00 

E. Smith " 12 " 1,200 00 

H. Nicholls " 12 " 1,200 00 



Carried forward 283,396 04 



1926-27 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS 



L 7 



Brought forward 283,396 04 



Salaries — Continued 

A. G. McNab Junior Clerk 12 months 

W. T. Allen Clerk 12 " 

J. S. Defoe Senior Stenographer 12 " 

I. G. Smith Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

M. Howard Clerk Typist 12 " 

H. E. Kelly " " 

S. McGowan " " 

M. Bronson " " 

M. E. Folger " " 

I. E. Madden " " 



E. E. Seeker. 



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12 
12 
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B. Scott Senior Filing Clerk 12 

F. M. L. Oram Filing Clerk 12 

N. Griffiths " " 12 

E. M. Eldridge " " 12 

Kathleen Loughrin Clerk Typist 6 

Wm. Arnold Clerk 12 

Geo. Evans Senior Clerk 12 

D. Harrison Junior Clerk Typist 12 

F. J. O'Connor Clerk Typist 12 

Wm. Stockdale Puolic \'ehicles Inspector 12 



975 00 

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1,400 00 

900 00 

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900 00 

900 00 

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850 00 

975 00 

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Contingencies ($59,158.30) 

Temporary Services.— M. Anderson, clerk typist at 69.33 per mo., 831.96; R. G. 
Baker, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 457.69; Gordon Barrett, clerk at 20.00 per wk., 
136.66; W. Boughner, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 1.200.00; Norma Brown, junior 
clerk stenographer at 69.33 per mo., 831.96; T. Buckley, stenographer at 60.66 
per mo., 727.92; Maurice E. Burch, junior clerk at 20.00 per wk., 276.68; D. H. 
Burk, clerk at 120.00 per mo., 715.38; E. Campbell, filing clerk at 69.33 per 
mo., 346.67; M. Cocker, junior clerk at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; Christina Craig, 
junior filing clerk at 65.00 per mo., 340.00; C. M. Creswell, junior clerk typist 
at 62.50 per mo., 223.56; E. Dickinson, junior clerk at 20.00 per mo., 150.00; 
Ruth K. Donohue, clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 222.22; Alice Edmond- 
son, junior clerk at 69.33 per mo., 831.96; Myrtle Evans, junior clerk typist at 
56.33 per mo., 675.96; Audrey Flanagan, junior filing clerk at 52.00 per mo., 
154.07; E. M. Flavelle, junior clerk stenographer at 60.66 per mo., 293.97; 
Olive Eraser, junior clerk stenographer at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; N. Geddes, 
junior clerk typist at 69.33 per mo., 469.31; Olive Hammett, junior clerk at 
60.66 per mo., 727.92; D. Holmes, junior clerk typist at 65.00 per mo., 345.00; 
Eva Home, junior clerk stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 650.00; Mrs. Eliza Jones, 
junior filing clerk at 65.00 per mo., 247.50; J. Judd, junior clerk t>pist at 65.00 
per mo., 780.00; C. Kerfoot, junior clerk at 69.33 per mo., 831.96; Myrtle Lambe, 
junior clerk stenographer at 60.50 per mo., 216.40; X. Kirby, junior clerk at 
65.00 per mo., 780.00; Thelma Latimer, junior clerk stenographer at 62.50 per 
mo., 237.98; L. V. Lott, junior clerk at 65.00 per mo., 635.00; Geraldine Manning, 
junior fijing clerk at 62.50 per mo., 240.38; L. V. McNabb, junior clerk tvpist at 
69.33 per mo., 831.96; C. Miller, motor constable at 125.00 per mo., 1^500.00; 
L. Morrison, junior filing clerk at 60.50 per mo., 221.06; B. Moses, junior clerk 
at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; M. Netterfield, junior clerk at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; 
P. Peers, junior clerk at 52.00 per mo., 624.00; F. J. Philpot, clerk at 100.00 per 
mo., 1,042.31; Allan D. Pollock, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 100.00; Jas. C. Powell, 
clerk at 25.00 per wk., 237.50; Mrs. M. Quinn, clerk typist at 65.00 per mo., 
780.00; Rita Ritches. junior clerk stenographer at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; R. B. 
Sharland, junior clerk stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 225.00; M. Shriner, sten- 
ographer at 56.25 per mo., 675.00; E. Smeall, junior clerk at 56.25 per mo., 
675.00; B. Tilson, clerk typist at 60.66 per mo., 727.92; B. M. Todd, junior 
clerk stenographer at 65.00 per mo., 240.00; F. A. Todds, junior clerk at 18.00 
per wk., 177.00; W. H. Tyrell, junior clerk at 86.66 per mo., 1,039.92; W. Urqu- 
hart, junior fiJing clerk at 62.50 per mo., 230.77; D. K. Weir, junior clerk tvpist 
at 65.00 per mo., 330.00; L. Wingfield, clerk typist at 65.00 per mo., 780.00. . . 

Extra Services. — W. Pearson 



Advertising. — J. J. Gibbons, Ltd., sundr\- newspapers 

Travelling Expenses.— J. P. Bickell, 634.94; T. E. Burkitt, 176.00; Miss M. 
Howard, 22.75; A. G. McNab, 10.30; C. Miller, 41.10; \N. Stockdale, 481.76. . . 



28,655 15 

50 00 

787 95 



1,366 85 



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L_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 337,295 58 

Contingencies — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Edna Beatty, copy of evidence, 11.10; Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Co., inspection, 10.80; Canadian Office and Supply Co., repairs, etc., 
215.75; Dept. of Inland Revenue, excise stamps, 50.00; Diver Electrotype Co., 
etchings, 198.49; Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., truck, 38.75; Field, Love and 
House, inspection, etc., 176 35; H. E. Kellv, meals for stafT, 137.00; King's 
Printer, 21.871.86; McClarv- Mfg. Co., signs, 58.80; Province of Ontario Pictures, 
films, 11.00; Royal Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, etc., 19.50; Toronto Trans- 
portation Commission, car tickets, 30.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., type- 
writers, etc., 750.78; Sundries: Cartage, 6.15; customs, 7.50; express, 887.86; 
freight, 4.57; newspapers and periodicals, 6.00; postage, 3,693.31; telegrams, 
111.28; petty disbursements, 1.50 28,298 35 

Inspector of Agencies ($2,200.00) 

A. A. Townley Inspector of Agencies 12 months 2,200 00 

Enforcement of Motor Vehicles Act ($90,525.28) 

Special Ofl&cers for Enforcement of Motor Vehicles Act ($5,500.00) 

J. A. Grant Senior Traffic Officer 12 months 2,000 00 

J. Stanlev Inspector, Motor \^ehicles Branch 12 " 1,800 00 

A. J. Gamble " " " 12 " 1,700 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (Statutory), ($1,306.45) 

M. M. McBride Traffic Supervisor 5 months 1,306 45 

Contingencies ($85,025.28) 

Temporary Services. — Sundry motor constables 81,270 37 

Travelling Expenses.— G. H. Archer, 25.65; F. Black, 22.26; L. R. Bvler, 6.49; 
A. J. Ferguson, 48.30; H. Flintoft, 5.00; A. J. Gamble, 208.80; J. A. Grant, 
1,055.25; G. Hallick, 12.88; H. W. Howall, 6.30; T. W. Hudson, 15.27; S. Hunter, 
3.86; A. Jackson, 6.00; F. G. Jerome, 29.93; H. Jillings, 8.26; J. Kay, 3.50; A. E. 
Martin, 32.56; M. M. McBride. 574.74; J. J. Palmer, 1.80; H. Ransome, 3.20; 
W. A. Reid, 6.78; A. E. Reilly, 35.09; J. Stanley, 21.00; J. C. Thomson, 5.45; 
A. A. Townley, 226.55 2,364 92 

Serving Summonses. — M. J. Armstrong, 2.00; F. W. Barrett, 3.00; R. W. Croome, 

510.75; F. H. Herman, 528.00 1,043 75 

Miscellaneous.— T. J. Agar, legal services, 25.80; R. Crawford, bill of costs, 21.20; 
Day Sign Co., signs, 98.40; F. G. Evans, legal serv'ices, 31.50; C. E. Finley, 
photos, 10.00; P. M. Laidlaw, expenses, 15.41; C. H. McKinnon, legal services, 
38.00; \V. S. Morphy, legal services, 25.00; Dr. S. W. Olton, professional services, 
15.00; W. J. Ward, legal services, 16.35; petty disbursements, 49.58 346 24 

Automobile Markers and Supplies ($48,508.45) 

Black & Decker Mfg. Co., load meters, 1,238.75; Canadian Colortype, Ltd., 
41.646.23; Dav Name Plates, Ltd., plates, 46.40; P. W. Ellis & Co., driver's 
badges, 172.24; Lackie Mfg. Co., buttons, 5,374.83; Mrs. H. D. McDonell, 
destroying old markers, 30.00 48,508 45 

Testing Automobile Headlights ($35.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, testing headlights 35 00 

Motor Vehicles Branch $240,466.62 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Good Roads Model Exhibit ($2,424.00) 

J. H. Hawes, travelling expenses, 52.90; P. M. Higgins, travelling expenses, 28.60; 
E. J. Holland, making exhibit, 2,025.00; Map Specialty Co., maps, 67.50; On- 
tario Department of Agriculture, advertising, 250.00 2,424 00 

Grants ($2,400.00) 
Ontario Good Roads Association, 400.00; Canadian Good Roads Association, 2,000.00 2,400 00 



Carried forward 511,686 66 



1926-27 DEPARTMExXT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS L_9 

Brought forward 511,686 66 

Grant to Tourist Association of Ontario ($3,500.00) 

Tourist Association of Ontario, grant 3,500 00 

Road Surveys, Inspections, etc. ($44,664.05) 

Temporary Services. — R. S. Code, surv-eyor at 8.00 per diem, 2,504.00; Pay list, 

wages of men, taking traffic census, 27,748.00 30,252 00 

Travelling Expenses.— N. A. Burwash, 890.24; R. S. Code and party, 2,263.19; 

E. R. Dodge, 36.70; W. Kitson, 393.34; T. Unsworth, 4.00 3,587 47 

Conference of Superintendents, Counties and Tow^nships. — Adjala, 12.50; 
Aldborough, 13.50; Arran, 8.50; Barton, 15.00; Bayham, 14.05; Bentick. 6.35; 
Bertie, 7.50; Beverley, 8.50; Bosanquet, 25.50; Brant, 17.55; Brantford, 12.50; 
Bruce, 21.75; Caistor, 7.50; Camden, 16.50; Canboro, 7.25; Carleton, 39.25; 
Clinton, 12.50; Crowland, 7.50; Delaware, 10.75; Derby, 12.00; Dorchester, 
South, 16.18; Dove Centre, 13.30; DufTerin, 6.50; Dundas and Glengarry, 19.70; 
Dunwich, 15.50; Easthorpe South, 6.80; Elgin, 4.33; Elizabeth, 17.50; Ekfrid, 
12.00; Enniskillen, 10.00; Escott, 17.40; Essa, 5.00; Essex, 17.50; Euphemia, 
17.50; Flamboro West, 8.50; Frontenac, 21.20; FuUerton, 7.48; Gainsborough, 
10.00; Garafraxa West, 12.50; Grantham. 5.62; Grev, 41.00; Grimsbv North, 
4.92; Halton, 5.00; Haldimand, 15.00; Harwich, 11.50; Hastings, 22.50; Hawkes- 
bury, 19.00; Hibbert, 13.33; Howick, 7.50; Huron. 18.28; Kent, 22.00; Lambton, 
43.40; Lanark, 19.25; Leeds and Grenville, 19.50; Leeds and Landsdowne, 15.00; 
Lennox and Addington, 20.00; Lincoln, 19.62 ; Logan, 8.50; Louth, 12.00; London, 
14.00; Malahide, 13.53; Melancthon, 3.95; Middlesex, 6.35; Middleton, 10.00; 
Moore, 11.00; Moulton, 7.50; Nepean, 15.00; Norfolk, 20.00; Northumberland, 
14.98; Norwich, 7.50; Nottawasaga, 19.00; Oakland, 4.13; Onedea, 3.45; On- 
tario, 12.97; Osgoode, 17.50; Otonabee, 11.10; Oxford, 19.05; Peel, 5.00; Perth, 
18.25; Pittsburgh, 7.50; Prescott and Russell, 16.20; Prince Edward, 15.00; 
Renfrew, 31.95; Romney, 16.70; Sandwich East, 25.00; Sarnia, 14.50; Sidnev, 
12.60; Simcoe, 17.50; Smith, 3.50; Sombra, 25.00; Southwold, 15.50; Stamford, 
15.00; Thorold, 5.30; Tilburv North, 18.75; Tilburv West, 12.50; Townsend, 
12.50; Turnberrv, 7.95; Tvendinaga, 9.95; Uxbridge, 7.50; Vaughan, 7.50; 
Victoria, 13.18; Walpole, 8.25; Wainfleet, 12.38; Welland, 14.40; Wellington, 
9.10; Wentworth, 12.50; Westminster, 15.00; Windham, 11.48; Williams East. 
8.50; Woodhouse, 6.50; Yarmouth, 16.73; Zorra East, 7.62 1,526 06 

Miscellaneous. — Art Metropole, blueprints, etc., 1,113.04; Aikenhead Hardware, 
Ltd., hardware, 11.40; American Can Co., tin boxes, 40.20; F. A. Bowden & 
Sons, stakes, 34.00; Britnell-Russell, Ltd., sand, 12.03; Bursar, University of 
Toronto, cylinders, etc., 134.07; Canadian Inspection and Testing Co., cement 
tests, 4,886.15; Canadian Laborator>' Supplies, Ltd., drugs, etc., 62.84; A. G. 
Cummings, blueprints, 263.95; W. H. Dignan, stakes, 30.60; Dominion Bridge 
Co., Ltd., plates, 15.92; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., table, etc., 42.60; L J. Hastings, 
stakes, 32.50; M. Hersey Co., Ltd., sampling, 532.50; D. H. Howden & Co., 
Ltd., rings, 18.87; Instruments, Ltd., blueprints, 297.15; Lake Simcoe Ice, Ltd., 
ice, 18.21; O. McFallo, teaming, 18.00; J. McGillicudv, liverN", 63.00; J. A. Mc- 
Intyre & Co., gas, etc., 71.10; Mrs. C. M. Mills, board of men, 32.00; J. Moore, 
repairs, 55.40; R. Mornington, gas, 42.48; National Drug and Chemical Co., 
Ltd., drugs, etc., 63.40; E. Pullen Co., wipers, 18.75; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 
blueprints, 329.15; G. W. Raynor, feldspar, 10.00; Ryrie-Birks, Ltd., diamond 
drilling bit, 50.00; W. A. Schoenburn, gas, 15.16; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., bars, etc., 26.03; C. J. Tagliabue, meter, etc., 117.90; Taylor Instrument 
Co. thermometers, 158.60; Sundries: Cartage, 1.55; express, 610.59; freight, 
14,66; petty disbursements, 54.72 9,298 52 

Motor Cars and Equipment, including Insurance ($92.25) 
L. F. Godson, premiums, 57.61; Muntz & Beatty, premiums, 34.64 92 25 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($191.65) 

C. Buckingham, payment re Reilly accident damages 191 65 

Wages of Workmen Employed by T. J. McLean on Contract 
No. 1223, payment of which Contractor defaulted ($4,549.63) 

Sundry persons, wages 4,549 63 



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Brought forward 564,684 24 

Wages of Workmen Employed by The Paving and Mastic 
Co., Ltd., on Contract No. 26-73, payment of which 
Contractor defaulted ($9,516.62) 

Sundry persons, wages 9,516 62 

Miscellaneous $67,338.20 

Statutory 

PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS CONSTRUCTION ($9,150,000.00) 

(7 Geo. V, Chap. 16, Sec. 5) 

Residency No. 1 989,145 64 

Residency No. 2 1,533,329 83 

Residency No. 3 739,719 97 

Residency No. 4 508,333 54 

Residency No. 5 741,093 20 

Residency No. 6 671,842 81 

Residency No. 7 1,140,185 61 

Residency No. 8 1,250,428 37 

Residency No. 9 936,076 49 

Equipment Department 73,767 31 

Garage 163,759 10 

General 316,248 94 

Accountable outstanding 1926-27 • 319,369 90 

9,383,300 71 
Less advanced, 1925-26 233,300 71 

9,150,000 00 

Residency No. 1 ($989,145.64) 

Road No. 2 — East boundary Kent County to Windsor (Longwoods Road). 
Road No. 3 — East boundary Kent County to Maidstone. 
Road No. 7 — Sarnia to west boundary Middlesex County. 

Morpeth to Wyoming to Road No. 7. 

West boundary of Adelaide Township, to Watford, to Road No. 7. 
Engineer, C. K. S. M.\cDonnei.l, Chath.\m. 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Bailey Bros., 81.94; Bothwell Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 267.00; E. C. Brisco, Ltd., 17.87; Campbell Bros., 14.70; Central Garage, 
Grimsbv, 14.72; Central Garage, Wyoming, 11.27; Coates Supplies & Agencies, 
Ltd.. 3,843.43; N. D. Foulds & Sons, 24.36; Walter Fuller Co., 14.85; S. Chester 
Glenn, 18.60; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 571.22; E. A. Jackson, 131.46; Alex Jamieson, 
29.17; Gordon W. Merritt, 13.26; McCoU Bros.. Ltd., 100.55; John McEachren, 
23.56; Thomas McPharlin, 229.89; David O'Brien, 61.80; O.xford Garage, 14.69; 
Petrolia Garage, 32.69; Ed. Sequin, 26.92; Hugh F. Small, 20.04; Star Garage, 
10.44; Stodgell & Symes Motor Sales, Ltd., 198.37; J. H. Thomas, 57.65; Triangle 
Service, 59.98; Universal Car Sales & Service. 86.19; Wicken's Garage, 22.00; 
A. C. Woodward Motor Sales, 28.70. Sundries, 86.89 6,114 21 

Blacksmithing.— Arch M. Crawford, 22.10; W. A. Gillan, 50.00; Robert O. Hillis, 
40.00; Wm. McDonald, 26.75; W. N. Parker, 27.00; Chas. Scarlett, 30.45. 
Sundries, 30.20 226 50 

Board of Men. — Arlington Hotel, Paris, 183.75; The Arlington Hotel, Ridgetown, 
20.50; Blue-Gra Restaurant, 38.40; Brisco Hotel, Chatham, 61.85; Cadillac 
Hotel, Blenheim, 23.60; Hotel Fletcher, Petrolia, 187.00; International Hotel, 
Leamington, 205.00; Maple Grove Hotel, Warwick, 26.00; Queen's Hotel, 
Dresden, 88.50; Mrs. A. Reddick, Eddv's Mills, 26.25; Sanford Hotel Restaurant, 
Sarnia, 166.20; Tecumseh House, Thamesville, 384.90; Vicker's Inn, Tilbur>-, 
75.50; Wescott House, Dresden, 94.20. Sundries, 7.10 1,588 75 

CoaL— Chatham Sand & Gravel Co., 44.80; G. E. Clarke, 64.00; N. Getty & Son, 
50.73; Chas. Hubbell Planing Mill, 16.12; F. Lambe, 10.00; A. Mallott, 12.65; 
Tilbury Planing Mill, 29.44; W. J. Travis & Son, 52.60; Van Tuyle & Fairbank, 
36.78; Wm. Williamson, 29.12. Sundries, 8.85 355 09 

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Residency No. 1 — Continued 

Contracts. — Bate-McMahon, No. 1092, macadam road, Tilbur>- East twp., Long- 
woods project, 2,000.00; Roy Beattie, Xo. 27-78, tile installation, Harwick twp. 
St. Thomas-Windsor project, 6 411.02; Dufferin Construction Co., Ltd., Xo. 
26-92, concrete pavement, Alersia, Gosfield, Rochester and Tilbur>- West twps., 
Lambeth-Maidstone project, 694.81; Holdcroft Construction Co., Ltd., Xo. 26- 
158, concrete structures, Gosfield South and Tilburv East twps., St. Thomas- 
Talbotville project, 11,106.20; Holdcroft Construction Co., Ltd., Xo. 26-87, 
concrete structures, Chatham twp., Lambeth-Maidstone project, 3,919.20; 
Johnson Bros. Co. Ltd., X*o. 26-72, concrete structures, Raleigh twp., St. Thomas- 
Talbotville project, 8,910.33; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., Xo. 26-119, concrete 
pavem.ent, Camden and Zone twps., Lambeth-Maidstone project, 30,946.31; 
Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., Xo. 27-05, concrete pavement, Mersea and Romney 
twps., St. Thomas-Talbotville project, 86,874.75; Merlo, Merlo and Ray, Xo. 
27-06, concrete pavement, Plympton and Warwick twps., Sarnia-London project, 
171,408.15; Ontario Farmers' Drainage Co., Ltd., Xo. 27-35, tile installation, 
Mersea twp., St. Thomas-Talbotville project, 9,178.88; Ryan Construction 
Co., X'o. 27-04, concrete pavement, Tilbury East and Romney twps., St. Thomas- 
Talbotville project, 165,092.26 496,541 91 

Hardware.— Bothwell Mfg. Co.. Ltd., 12.15; John E. Ford, 10.00; General Supply 
Co. of Canada, 127.05; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 134.01; Wanstead Farmers' Co- 
operative Co., Ltd., 125.40; The Willard Hardware Co., 451.20. Sundries: 
23.21 883 02 

Legal Services.— Wilson, Pike & Stewart, 10.00 10 00 

Lumber. — S. Hadlev Lumber Co., Ltd., 3,628.35: Ludlam-Ainslee Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 11.78; J. A. McPherson, 15.10; P. G. Piggott Lumber Co., 178.86; Richard- 
son Lumber Co., 14.53. Sundries, 6.12 3,854 74 

Miscellaneous. — J. D. Adams & Co., machinery' parts, 46.00; The Art Metropole, 
survey supplies, 42.60; Charles Austin Co., Ltd., turkey red, 14.65; The Barrett 
Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 5,826.88; W. A. Barr & Co., cement, 127.40; 
The Bell Telephone Co., services, 1,113.12; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 
582.59; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 113,706.90; Canada Wire & Iron 
Goods Co., guard rail cable, 180.35; Canadian Concrete Products, Co. Ltd., 
pipe, 40.00; Canadian Xational Railways, freight, 1,369.51; rental of sidings, 
63.75; Canadian X'ational Telegraphs, services, 54.11; Canadian Pacific Railway 
Co., freight, 795.19; rental of sidings, 20.00; Canadian Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
steel, 530.21; Frank D. Case, cement, 72.65; Chatham Daily Xews, oflfice rent, 
240.00; Chatham Hydro-Electric System, services, 40.67; Chick Fuel & 
Supply Co., Ltd., pipe, 25.50; Comber Hydro, moving poles, 13.00; W. 
Cousins, storage space, 25.00; Crane, Ltd., pipe, 453.22; Day Sign Co., signs, 
36.00; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., machinen.' parts, 234.90; The Dow 
Chemical Co., dowflake. 369.14; Stuart Drewn,-, garage rent, 80.00; Municipality 
of the Town of Essex, drain assessment, 41.60; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., brushes, 
100.33; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., fencing, etc., 3,499.37; J. Gaf!ney, con- 
struction of culvert and tile, 1,813.75; Hanover Cement Co., Ltd., cernent, 
459.00; Harwich Township, drain assessment, 54.00; H. E. Hughson, signs, 
291.50; Robert W. Hunt Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 884.75; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario, services, moving poles and storage, 755.74; Imperial 
Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., paints, 210.00; Independent Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd., 
pipe, 261.00; County of Kent, explosives and lumber, 28.66; Leamington Hard- 
ware Co., cement, 151.86; Le\'y & Westwood Machinery Co., machinen,' parts, 
415.46; Lowe Bros., Co. Ltd., paint, 556.64; Township of Maidstone, drainage 
work, 386.00; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., mowers, 132.11; Meaford Steel Products, 
Ltd., machinery' parts, 130.50; Merlo, Merlo & Ray Co., Ltd., services, 76.25; 
The Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 17,073.45; 
Michigan Central Railroad, freight, 11,352.91; The Model Incubator Co., snow 
fences, 917.00; Herbert Morris, Crane & Hoist Co., Ltd., chain blocks, 123.19; 
J. Morrison, garage rent, 120.00; Walter Morrison, signs, 80.00; Alexander 
Murray & Co., Ltd., bituminous materials. 5,403.87; McKeough & Trotter, Ltd., 
machinery supplies, 319.84; W. H. Xeville, tile, 236.15; John H. Oldershaw & 
Son, pipe and cement, 278.38; Ontario Reformatory Industries, signs, 1,624.40; 
T. E. O'Reilly Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 2,366.71; The Municipal 
Corporation of the Township of Orford, drain assessment, 161.00; Orr & Clarke 
Construction Co., freight, equipment rental, supplies and services, etc., 54.00; 
Archibald Parke, marking bridge, 16.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 294.04; 

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Residence No. 1 — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Pere Marquette Railway Co., freight, 16,452.24; Robt. T. Purves & Co., ex- 
pansion joints, 163.35; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., drafting supplies, 55.15; Town- 
ship of Rochester, drain assessment, 190.00; Rochester Telephone System, 
moving poles, 324.03; Alfred Rogers, Ltd., cement, 126,474.33; Township of 
Sandwich South, drain assessment, 364.45; Sheet Metal Products Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., machinery parts, 119.79; James Slater, rent of barn, 120.00; F. T. Smith, 
signs, 100.00; F. Smithson, concrete pipe, 10.50; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
eye bolts, etc., 137.62; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., grass seed, 12.93; Township 
of Tilbury East, drain assessment, 50.00; Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., concrete steel, 1,964.97; Union Natural Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., pipe, 
17.95; D. E. Wallace, rent of ground, 75.00; Township of Zone, damages and 

detours, 100.00. Sundries, 75.49 323,580 60 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 122,091 76 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings, — Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, Ltd., 
1,705.57; Chatham Sand & Gravel Co., 36.05; F. Conkey, 100.00; County of 
Essex, 416.15; Gordon Crushed Stone Co., Ltd., 877.23; Hagersville Contracting 
Co., Ltd., 14,756.07; Hagersville Quarries, Ltd., 11,745.31; W. A. Mayhew, 
27.50; Jno. E. Russell Co., Ltd., 640.06; Sherman & Hubbell, 815.85. Sundries, 

5.30 31,125 09 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — Wm. G. Almas, 337.05; G. H. Archer, 
20.75; C. Avlward, 54.20; Thos. Avres, 16.60; A. L. Baldwin, 74.82; G. W. 
Bedford, 18.10; Gerald Brisco, 257.55; A. H. Foley, 288.35; G. J. Foster, 164.95; 
P. G. Hatfield, 41.80; J. S. Johns, 16.45; G. L. Kitchen, 38.00; W. E. Laxton, 
14.65; C. K. S. MacDonnell, 546.55; H. N. Merritt, 137.55; Lome W. Nicholson, 
15.60; J. G. Pritchett, 13.90; L C. Rasberry, 17.35; James Slater, 150.55; S. 
Vankoughnett, 23.30; Fred Vickery, 14.40; Fred Walters, 33.05; H. C. Williams, 
470.10. Sundries, 8.35 2,773 97 

Residency No. 2 ($1,533,329.83) 

Road No. 2, London to Paris. 

Road No. 2, London to west boundary, Middlesex County (Longwoods Road). 

Road No. 3, St. Thomas to west boundary, Elgin County (Talbot Road). 

Road No. 3, St. Thomas to Simcoe. 

Road No. 4, Lambeth to Talbotville. 

Road No. 4, London to Elginfield. 

Road No. 7, Elginfield to west boundary, Middlesex County. 

Paris to north boundary, Dumfries South Township. 

Road No. 4, to west boundary, Adelaide Township. 

Engineer, H. C. Rose, London 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — American Garage, 39.25; Beachville 
Garage, 87.83; M. C. Beecraft, 33.80; H. A. Berlette & Son, 35.07; 
Bosworth & Clarke, Ltd., 31.02; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 36.00; Cainsville 
Garage, 25.02; Campbell Bros., Melbourne, 51.49; R. Cropp, 19.02; Daw's 
Garage, 76.09: Delhi Ford Garage, 1,429.56; H. Down & Sons, 14.30; A. O. 
Elliot, 33.90; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 669.85; Maple Leaf Garage, 26.91; McAlpine & 
Joiner, 126.88; McCoU Bros., Ltd., 90.25; George E. Robertson, 10.21; John 
Shore, 352.71; J. E. Stedelbauer, 136.48; Terrv's Garage, 29.65; J. L. Thayer & 
Son, 501.07; Ira Truefitt, 125.47; Universal Batter^' Co., 68.79; University 
Ignition & Battery Co., 49.25; A. G. Vining, 16.11. Sundries, 74.72 4,190 70 

Blacksmithing.— R. J. Henderson, 102.35; E. T. Hicks, 19.18; J. E. MacDonald, 

16.90. Sundries, 25.00 163 43 

Board of Men. — ^Arlington Hotel, Paris 315 50 

Coal.— Campbell & Gzowski, Ltd., 210.00; Canadian Canners, Ltd., 63.12; McKav 
& Henderson, 69.40; W. McMurrav, 48.10; J. G. Orchard & Sons, 10.20; Robert 
Quance Co., Ltd., 154.84 555 66 

Contracts. — Boss & Brazier Co., Ltd., No. 27-39, concrete pavement, London and 
Lobo twps., Sarnia Road project, 89,914.73; Cadwell Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., 
No. 26-141, concrete pavement, London twp., proof-line project, 50,154.87; 
Cadwell Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., No. 27-17, concrete pavement, Yarmouth 
twp., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 15,153.08; Campbell & Gzowski, Ltd., No. 

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Residency No. 2 — Continued 

Contrac ts — Con tin ued 

1224, grading, Middleton and Dereham twps., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 
9,354.96; Dufferin Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-156, concrete pavement, 
Southwold twp., Talbotville-Windsor project, 67,028.21; Dufferin Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 27-07, concrete pavement, Dunwich and Southwold twps., lona- 
Waliacetown project, 119,987.03; Roy Honsberger; No. 27-9, concrete pavement, 
Middleton twp., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 51,168.82; Johnson Bros., No. 
27-10, concrete pavement, Malahide twp., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 58,197.11; 
A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-129, macadam road, Mosa twp., 
Lambeth-Maidstone project, 34,175.91; Law Construction Co., Ltd., No. 1217, 
bituminous penetration, Dereham twp., Niagara Falls-Windsor project, 395.45; 
MacNamara Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-08, concrete pavement, Middleton 
and Windham twps., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 151,570.00; Merlo, Merlo & 
Ray, Ltd., No. 26-127, asphaltic concrete, Mosa and Ekfrid twps., Lambeth- 
Maidstone project, 70,668.21; Municipal Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., No. 27-62, 
surface treatment, Princetown and Woodstock twps., Lambeth-Maidstone 
project, 5,198.56; H. T. Routley, No. 26-98, bituminous penetration, Townsend 
and Woodhouse twps., St. Thomas-Niagara project, 5,855.13; W. E. Tidy, No. 
1238, concrete bridge. Village of Delhi, Windham and Middleton twps., St. 
Thomas-Niagara project, 2,217.68. : 731,039 75 

Hardware. — J. B. Crawford Estate, 33.40; General Supply Co. of Canada, 232.76; 
Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 32.34; London Hardware & Electrical Co., Ltd., 
80.41; Thos. Meredith & Co., Ltd., 34.95; Pettit and Perry, 19.32; J. L. Thayer 
& Son, Ltd., 22.80; E. I. Torrens, 204.69; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 102.49. Sun- 
dries, 17.93 781 09 

Livery and Cartage. — Sundries 2 00 

Lumber. — James R. Bogue, 42.28; Ella Burwell, 130.12; Empire Planing Mills, 
75.22; Wm. Gerry & Sons, 186.17; Laidlaw, Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 919.20; 
London Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,001.44; J. A. McFarlane, 183.75; A. McKillop & 
Sons, 74.34; Hugh McNeil, 33.04; McPherson & Clarke, 288.98; Robert Quance 
Co., Ltc, 260.03; Grant Summers, 52.00; Erie Taylor, 22.75; West & Jackson, 
32.06. Sundries, 19.33 3,320 71 

Miscellaneous. — F. R. Adair, painting bridges, 680.00; The Art Metropole, sur- 
vey supplies, 18.00; J. H. Back & Co., photographic supplies and services, 10.51; 
The Barrett Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 3,214.67; M. C. Beecraft, storage, 
63.00; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 643.85; H. A. Berlette & Son, garage 
rent, 30.00; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 80.75; Neil F. Campbell, tile, 
48.00; Campbell & Gzowski, services, 84.15; Canada Cement Co.. Ltd., cement, 
304,634.05; Canada Colors & Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 193.60; Canada 
Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., iron supplies, 4,706.76; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
wire rope, 47.99; Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co., guard rail cable, 317.37; Can- 
adian General Electric Co., Ltd., machinery supplies, 76.19; Canadian National 
Railways, freight, 53,760.42; rental of sidings, 831.10; Canadian National Tele- 
graphs, services, 21.85; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 2,609.09; Caradoc 
Township, drain assessment, 25.85; Cochran Foundry & Machinery Works, 
machinery repairs, 88.03; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., culverts and couplers, 
35.84; Rufus Dalton, cement, 74.75; Davy's Garage, drilling centre joints, 
93.00; Delaware Township, drain assessment, 93.42; Delhi Canning Co., iron, 
10.00; Albert Deller «& Son, tile, 66.00; Dennisteel, Ltd., services, 69.03; Do- 
minion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., machinery parts, 158.30; The Dow Chemical 
Co., dowflake, 5,742.96; Municipality of Dunwich, drain assessment and damages 
to road, 255.42; Henry Fillmore, garage rent, 55.00; Frost Steel & Wire Co., 
Ltd., fencing, etc., 9,320.16; J. Gaffney, construction of culvert and tile, 45.00; 
The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., wire rope, etc., 326.15; Robert W. Hunt &. 
Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 563.58; Imperial Oil, Ltd., bituminous materials, 15,488.05; 
Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., paints, 1,198.22; Independent Concrete 
Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 1,598.55; International Harvesting Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
machinery parts, 18.19; D. A. Janes, tile, 181.11; C. E. Jarmain, garage rent, 
120.00; W. A. Jenkins Manufacturing Co., Ltd., grass seed, 12.00; W. J. Jervis, 
tile, 38.70; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., services, 254.40; Lake Erie & Northern 
Railway Co., freight, 12.00; Lambden «S: Gibson, cement, 160.99; Levy & West- 
wood Machinery Co., machinery parts, 206.00; Lowe Brothers Co., Ltd., paint, 
211.12; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., machinery parts, 22.95; The Metallic 
Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 15,123.91; The Model 
Incubator Co., snow fences, 1,946.00; E. W. G. Moore, office rent, 600.00; Alex- 
ander Murray & Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, . 16,597.37; The McClary 

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Residency No. 2 — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Mfg. Co., pipe, etc., 12.32; Norfolk County Telephone Co., Ltd., moving poles, 
12.50; Ontario Amiesite, Ltd., amiesite, 496.02; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
signs, 892.46; T. E. O'Reilly Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 1,155.09; C. J. 
Pearce, machinery parts, 17.10; Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 1,471.12; Robt. T. 
Purves & Co.. expansion joints, 48.51; Railway Power Engineering Corporation, 
Ltd., cable, 66.11; J. Frank Raw, drafting supplies, 12.25; Remington Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., services, 34.65; Rennie Seeds, grass seed, 15.35; Alfred Rogers, 
Ltd., cement, 134,242.40; D. A. Scott, machinery repairs, 14.60; Sheddon Motor 
Sales it Service, machinery repairs, 72.00; Sheet Metal Products Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., machinery parts, 158.40; N. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 38.96; F. T. Smith, 
signs, 129.45; R. H. Smith Lumber Co., garage rent, 15.00; Steel Company of 
Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, etc., 159.53; Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., concrete steel, 683.90; J. A. Vance, services, 6,320.71; Wabash Railway 
Co., freight, 2,691.82; Wm. WooUatt & Sons, Ltd., tile, 59.93. Sundries, 65.78 591,769 36 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 140,774 29 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, Ltd., 
19,820.93; Orloff Fleming, 156.15; Roy Girling, 168.30; Gordon Crushed Stone 
Co., Ltd., 9,747.09; Hagarsville Quarries, Ltd., 844.08; .David JefTries, 1,156.00; 
Fletcher Lampkin, 801.25; Middlesex Countv, 520.00; L. McPhee, 1,019.10; 
St. Marv's Crushed Stone, Ltd., 3,451.04; Sand & Supplies, Ltd., 18,834.22; 

Standard White Lime Co., Ltd., 10.50; J. E. Wainwright, 1,500.12 58,028 78 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — W. T. Barnard, 12.13; W. E. Berry, 
10.80; A. R. Cameron, 42.76; J. A. Coombs," 249.03 ; Thos. Coward, 58.45; 
Robt. Donald, 49.85; John M. Donohue, 102.70; E. E. Down, 66.97; D. W. 
Dyas, 23.55; A. Evans, 324.40; T. C. Farnsworth, 69.35; G. Howell, 248.15; 
W. J. Innes, 28.05; H. E. MacPherson, 329.33; W. A. McKay, 14.00; Sam Scott, 
68.05; W. A. Shannon, 30.05; Jas. W. Shiplev, 23.65; Leo A. Smallwood, 248.44; 
H. H. Thornton, 33.35; S. Vankoughnett, 56.40; A. G. Vining, 273.25. Sundries, 
25.85 2,388 56 

Residency No. 3 ($739,719.97) 

Road No. 7 — West boundary Guelph twp. to Elginfield. 

Road No. 8 — Stratford to Goderich. 

Road No. 9 — Northeast limit Perth County to Kincardine. 

Elginfield to Clinton. 

Mitchell to Teviotdale. 

Walkerton to East boundary Brant Township. 

South boundary of Dumfries North Township to east boundary Waterloo twp. 

Engineer, G. A. Dow^ney, Str.\tford 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — British American Oil Co., Ltd., 28.00; 
Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 65.91; Ellert Motors, Ltd., 20.62; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., 2,174.37; R. A. Innes, 25.00; Keil's Tire Vulcanizing & Welding Plant, 
13.38. Sundries, 38.31 2,365 59 

Blacksmithing.— Wm. Bailey, 22.00; Herbert Brown, 11.85; P. H. MacGillivray, 
19.35; Herbert Ruhl, 32.40; Neil Smith, 20.00; John G. Vock, 10.85. Sundries, 
36.40 152 85 

Coal.— J. C. Baker & Son, 299.70; M. E. Bettger & Co., 30.47; Doan Coal Co., 
Ltd., 318.94; N. R. Fiebig, 41.00; John Flynn, 40.33; Alex George, 145.56; 
Wm. Hogg Coal Co., Ltd., 24.66; Wm. Knechtel & Son, Ltd., 26.50; Muir Coal 
Co., 49.37; J. B. Mustard Coal Co., 42.60; Geo. Schrader, 135.00. Sundries, 6.25 1,160 38 

Contracts. — Paul Bergman, No. 27-18, concrete pavement, Waterloo twp., Niagara 
Falls-Goderich project, 11,275.62; Paul Bergman, No. 27-11, concrete pave- 
ment, Waterloo twp., Brampton-Sarnia project, 79,782.67; Paul Bergman, 
No. 1184, screened gravel concrete pavement, Downie and Blanshard twps., 
Stratford-Sarnia project, 2,374.43; Paul Bergman, No. 26-155, concrete pave- 
ment, London twp., Elginfield-St. Thomas project, 500.00; John Bohan, No. 
1225, grading Breslau deviation, Waterloo twp., Brampton-Sarnia project, 81.06; 
Boss Brazier Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-02, concrete pavement, Goderich 
twp., Stratford-Goderich project, 70,946.46; Boss & Brazier Co., Ltd., No. 
26-118, concrete pavement, Goderich twp., Stratford-Goderich project, 1,125.00; 
Cadwell Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., No. 26-141, concrete pavement, London twp., 

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Residency No. 3 — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Elginfield-St. Thomas project, 1,609.20; \V. W. King, No. 26-93, concrete pave- 
ment, Guelph and Xichol twps., Kitchener-Goderich project, 8,081.67; W. W. 
King, No. 27-03, concrete pavement, McKillop, Hibbert and Tuckersmith 
twps., Kingston-Goderich project, 79,612.8-4; W. W. King, No. 27-86, concrete 
pavement, Carrick and Horwick twps., Arthur-Kitchener project, 17,604.00; 
Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., surface treatment, No. 27-63, 
Kincardine twp., Arthur-Kincardine project, 1,323.14; Ontario Farmers' Drain- 
age Co., No. 27-01, tile drainage, London two., Brampton-Sarnia project, 
12,574.90; Orr & Clarke Construction Co., Ltd., No. 1165, screened gravel 
concrete pavement, Sarnia and Plympton twps., Brampton-Sarnia project, 
500.00; H. T. Routley, No. 26-147, macadam road, Kincardine twp., Arthur- 
Kincardine project, 4,570.23; H. T. Routley, No. 27-51, waterbound macadam, 
Kincardine twp., Arthur-Kincardine project, 57,326.32; Towland Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 27-89, concrete pavement, Wilmot twp., Kitchener-Goderich 

project, 7,019.64 356,307 18 

Hardware. — Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 11.02; Cross & Sutherland Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 13.79; General Supplv Co. of Canada, 52.40; Thos. Meredith & Co., Ltd., 
246.26; J. R. Myers & Sons, Ltd., 62.75; S. W. Voggan, 14.07. Sundries, 43.76 444 05 

Livery aud Cartage.— Bruce Rogers, 10.00; 828 Taxi Service, 14.00 24 00 

Lumber.— W. Bagg, 20.60; Wm. Becking, 107.50; N. ClufiF & Sons, 41.37; J. W. 
Eaton, 45.00; Goderich Planing Mills. Ltd., 26.40; N. O. Hippel, Ltd., 274.42; 
Joseph Jantz, 65.00; .^aron Mader, 15.60; Adam Ruppel, 47.50; H. Strycker, 
15.00; R. A. Thompson, 251.17; R. Truax Son & Co., 17.24; F. Weichman, 
21.75; C. Wright, 130.00. Sundries. 27.25 1,105 80 

Miscellaneous. — F. J. Arnold, services, 14.40; The Barrett Co., Ltd., bituminous 
materials, 276.08; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 669.39; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., cement, 167,042.00; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., wire rope, 27.09 
credit; Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co., guard rail cable, 72.75; Canadian Blower 
& Forge Co., Ltd., blades, 24.85; Can. Nat. Railways, freight, 979.17; Can. Nat. 
Telegraphs, services, 18.50; Can. Pac. Railway Co., freight, 19.99; Canadian 
Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 452.55; The Philip Carey Co., expansion joints, 377.19; 
Clay Products Agency, Ltd., pipe, 1,194.00; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., culverts 
and couplers, 87.90; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., snow plows, etc., 
39.20; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., machinerv parts, 397.80; Donaldson's 
Tile Yard, tile, 59.13; The Dow Chemical Co., dowflake, 1,174.89; Frost Steel 
& Wire Co., Ltd., fencing, etc., 74.90; J. GafTney, construction of culvert, tile, 
1,566.84; Goderich Water & Light Commission, services and lamps, 55.50; 
Grand River Railway Co., freight, 3,516.79; The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
wire rope, etc., 262.57; Robert W. Hunt Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 454.77; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, services, moving poles and storage, 
91.87; Imperial Oil, Ltd., bituminous materials, 3,783.29; Imperial Varnish & 
Color Co., Ltd., paints, 258.20; Independent Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 
316.01; Instruments, Ltd., supplies and repairs, 31.30; Thomas Johnston, 
machinery parts, 15.67; J. Jundt, rent of trucks, 204.00; Lincoln Oil Co., freight, 
33.39; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., paint, 210.51; Lundv Fence Co., Ltd., screens, 
99.00; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., machinery- 'parts, 88.20; The Metallic 
Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 10,816.79; Minto Town- 
ship, drain assessment, 21.08; The Model Incubator Co., snow fences, 1,869.00; 
W. J. Moore, surveying instruments repairs, 18.50; Alexander Murray & Co., 
Ltd., bituminous materials, 1,460.82; A. C. Mcllhargey, garage rent, 250.00; 
McKillop Township, drain assessment, 19.70; W. J. McNaughton, tile, 14.40; 
Mrs. L. E. O'Beirne, light and water for ofifice and office rent, 272.00; Ontario 
Amiesite, Ltd., amiesite, 57.75; Ontario Reform.atorv Industries, signs, 701.44; 
T. E. O'Reilly Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 124.82; The Pedlar People, Ltd., 
steel, 2,129.23; Public Utilities Commission, Clinton, lighting crossings, 50.00; 
Robt. T. Purves & Co., expansion joints, 23.76; Red Star Brickvard, tile, 38.85; 
Alfred Rogers, Ltd., cement, 67,845.76; John Schade, labour, 208.89; Geo. 
Schrader, rent of storehouse, 54.00; N. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 45.31; Smith 
& Case, cement, 203.15; F. T. Smith, signs, 31.00; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

eye-bolts, etc., 12.50. Sundries, 42.91 270,247 17 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 98,792 23 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, Ltd., 54.18; 
Lang Challanger, 116.50; F. Conkev, 230.00; A. Daub, 1,054.20; M. Elliot, 
311.40; Ed. Hill, 24.63; Henr\' Hossfeld, 66.25; M. Kenney, 225.60; S. Love, 

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Residency No. 3 — Continued 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings — Continued 

18.00; S. Moore, 40.00; David McGeagh, 12.37; O. P. Pannabacker, 116.80; 
C. Pheifer, 26:40; Jas. E. Russell Co., Ltd., 2,447.92; Valentine Schade, 106.75; 

Benjamin Shantz, 20.00; W. Yantz, 716.40. Sundries, 26.20 5,613.60 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — G. Alison, 43.75; M. W. Andrew, 
152.79; Fred Black, 166.90; R. Down, 155.25; G. A. Downev, 401.40; H. T. 
Eaton, 352.93; W. A. Fisher, 37.70; Joseph Gibbons, 370.82; Milton Litt, 448.03; 
J. W. McCully, 12.40; Vernor McGorman, 13.25; G. A. McTague, 14.55; R. 
O'Brien, 212.50; F. Perry, 445.42; A. H. Pitt, 174.35; C. T. Powell, 105.80; 
W. L. Saunders, 193.28; N. E. Vaughan, 141.40; John Yantz, 58.40. Sundries, 
6.20 3,507 12 

Residency No. 4 ($508,333.54) 

Road No. 2, Hamilton to Paris. 

Road No. 3, Simcoe to Niagara Falls. 

Road No. 5, Hamilton to Jarvis. 

Road No. 5, West limit Halton County to Hamilton. 

Road No. 5, Guelph to Toronto Hamilton Highway. 

Road No. 6, Dundas Street to Guelph. 

Road No. 8, Hamilton to Niagara Falls. 

Road No. 8, Binkley's Corners to west boundary Beverley Township. 

Road No. 8a, Burlington to Stoney Creek and Hamilton. 

East boundary Waterloo Township to Guelph. 

Port Dover to Jarvis. 

Clappison's Corners to Road No. 8. 

Queenston to International Bridge. 

Simcoe to Brantford. 

Chambers' Corners to Fort Erie. 

Engineer, G. F. Hanning, Grimsby. 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Fred Alexander, 12.00; Bagley's Garage, 
198.92; Fred Bier, 35.69; J. I. Bodendistel, 15.45; George B. Bowman, 99.71; 
Cainsville Garage, 124.62; Chevrolet Garage, 10.08; A. E. Corman, 218.08; Cox's 
Service Station, 273.61; R. Dean, 85.35; Dominion Garage, Port Dover, 114.64; 
Fairview Service Station, 57.27; General Garage, Freelton, 13.10; Thomas 
E. Henry, 47.30; Homer Garage, 295.66; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 596.53; M. 
& H. Jerome, 10.25; Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., 13.91; Kleinschmidt & Neuber, 
Ltd., 64.27; Laidlaw Bros. Garage, 135.31; Thomas Lennie, 44.31; Lincoln 
Oil Co.. Ltd., 1,082.68; Lundv's Lane Garage, 101.92; Robert J. Melick, 
41.17; Morriston Garage, A. J. Huether, 194.22; L. M. McHardv, 15.31; 
J. H. McNally, 99.87; Fred W. Neil, 151.03; M. S. Oakes, 139.40; St. 
David's Garage, 22.04; Schoenburns', 278.88; Spring's Service Station, 
19.99; Sterling Oil Co., Ltd., 398.14; E. J. Stilwell, 48.40; G. E. Swire, 
56.94; A. S. Teeft, 158.81; United Motor Service, 214.54; Universal Garage, 
Grimsbv, 372.05; M. A. Walker, 37.64; Watt's Garage, 260.54; J. Westlake, 
Hotel, 48.20; W. G. Willson, 59.47; Winger Garage, 561.42; William Wood, 
132.78. Sundries, 79.50 7,041 00 

Blacksmithing.— Peter Banks, 55.75; O. L. Bradshaw & Son, 10.50; W. J. Edwards, 
14.50; John A. Elliott, 27.64; F. Gabriel, 22.95; Wm. Hewitt, 12.00; E. T. Hicks, 
23.15; H. Kitchen, 31.75; D. Rintoul, 51.50; Geo. W. Webb, 18.97. Sundries, 
27.70 296 41 

Coal.— W. J. Bailev, 153.34; Norman Bartlett, 30.60; W. Cowper & Co., 35.03; 
M. F. Cray, 17.69; James Hobden, 144.22; Ralph & Son, 14.50; Sheppard Coal 
Co., 105.55; Henry Slater, 31.00; Tudor & M. Kee, 19.25 551 18 

Contracts. — Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., No. 27-38, surface treat- 
ment, Wentworth twp., Hamilton-Niagara Falls project, 14,526.75; Bituminous 
Spraying & Contracting Co., No. 27-65, surface treatment, Stamford twp., 
Niagara Falls-Jarvis project, 22,193.78; Chas. A. Cook & Co., No. 27-76, grading 
and culvert construction, Humberstone twp.. Garrison Road project, 7,633.44; 
A. Cope & Sons, No. 27-88, overhead crossing over C.P.R. at Puslinch, Puslinch 
twp., Hamilton-Guelph project, 2,635.07; Wm. Dillane, No. 1235, bridge 
extensions, Glanford and Seneca twps., Hamilton-Jarvis project, 600.00; Dufferin 

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Residency No. 4 — Continued 

Con tracts — Continued 

Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-89, bituminous concrete pavement, Thorold twp., 
Niagara Falls- Jarvis project, 4,825.38; Hamilton Bridge Works Co., Ltd., No. 
26-140, steel superstructures, Windermere cut-off, Saltfleet twp., Hamilton 
Beach project, 9,53L00; James Hilton, No. 27-75, grading and culvert structures, 
Bertie twp., Hamilton-Jarvis project, 3,613.47; Holdcroft Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 27-56, structures, extensions and culverts. West Flamboro twp., 
Hamilton-Gait project, 4,498.14; Holdcroft Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-139, 
Dundas bridge, Dundas twp., Hamilton-Gait project, 5,991.87; Holdcroft Con- 
struction Co., Ltd.. No. 27-77, grading and culvert construction, Wainfleet twp., 
Garrison Road project, 9,723.78; Roy Honsberger, No. 27-57, surface treatment, 
Bertie twp., i i.imilton-Jarvis project, 5,098.30; Roy Honsberger, No. 26-142, 
concrete pave r.ent, Saltfleet twp., Burlington Beach project, 9,111.99; Roy 
Honsberger, .f^'o. 27-48; bituminous penetration Oneida twp., Hamilton-Jarvis 
project, 6,494.75; Roy Honsberger, No. 27-87, concrete pavement, Saltfleet twp., 
Burlington Beach project, 4,757.97; J. Lahey, No. 27-54, grading and structures, 
Flamboro & Beverley twps., Dundas Road project, 5,482.35; Randolph Mac- 
Donald Co., Ltd., No. 26-137, grading and concrete structures, Windermere 
cut-off, Saltfleet twp., Hamilton Beach project, 27,752.08; Randolph MacDonald 
Co., Ltd., No. 27-55, bridge structures. Village of Caledonia, Oneida twp., 
Hamilton-Jarvis project, 53,034.95; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., 
No. 27-58, surface treatment, East and West Flamboro twps., Hamilton-Guelph 
project, 4,383.37 201,888 44 

Hardware. — Bailey Hardware Co., 17.67; John Bishop & Son, Ltd., 19.60; Couldrey- 
Walker, hardware, 34.29; E. B. Davis, 28.48; General Supplv Co. of Canada, 
20.00; F. W. Inman, 34.21; Lee Hardware, Ltd., 22.59; Moore Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 34.71; Rawlins & Martinson, 26.53; Sims Hardware, 31.66; W. J. Smith 
& Son, 17.63; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 13.98; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 
468.70. Sundries, 36.74 806 79 

Livery and Cartage.— R. R. Arbuthnot, 39.00; I. B. Collard, 52.00; Chas. Thomson, 

231.00. Sundries, 1.10 323 10 

Lumber.— D. Aitchison Lumber Co., Ltd., 202.60; Allen Lumber Co., 167.40; A. 
Bailev, 53.82; Beamsville Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 287.53; Bowman Lumber 
Co., '91.87; Lewis Gregor, 12.90; Ideal Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 222.49; 
Ingleby-Tavlor Co., Ltd., 16.68; Samuel L. Lambert, Estate, 24.66; D. Marsh, 
Estate, 14.92; J. A. McFarlane, 914.65; Chas. Reichman & Son, 47.50; Reid 
Bros. Co., 39.09; Ridgewav Planing Mills, Ltd., 15.58; Arthur Sherk, 52.14; 
Wm. Shirton Co., Ltd., 12.80; Henry Slater, 21.96; Henrv Wise Lumber Co., 
32.51 ; Herbert Wise, 37.50. Sundries, 28.34 2,296 94 

Miscellaneous. — The Art Metropole, survey supplies, 95.55; The Barrett Co., Ltd., 
bituminous materials, 36,584.74; Ben Bartlett, machiner\' supplies, 13.06; The 
Bell Telephone Co., services, 878.95; Chas. Bier, rent of mower, 18.00; Bitumin- 
ous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., surface treatment, 239.58; The Boeckh 
Co., Ltd., brushes, 54.40; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 7,703.49; Bernard 
Cairns, Ltd., marking devices, 60.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 
22,976.82; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., iron supplies, 4,529.78; Canada Wire & 
Iron Goods Co., guard rail cable, 106.56; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
machinerv supplies, 27.14; Can. Nat. Railwavs, freight, 10,755.69; rental of 
sidings, 246.05; Can. Pac. Railwav Co., freight, 627.09; Canadian Steel & Wire 
Co., Ltd., 186.49; Clay Products Agency, Ltd., pipe, 970.08; The Concrete, 
Stone & Coal Co., cement, 31.00; Day Sign Co., signs, 74.70; Dominion Natural 
Gas Co., Ltd., relaying of main, 196.00; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., 
machinery parts, 55.50; Doolittle, Ltd., cement, 21.25; The Dow Chemical Co., 
dowflake, 984.96; C. J. Fames, office rent, 240.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., mer- 
chandise, 19.50; Mrs. J. M. Farquherson, storage, 10.00; Frost Steel & Wire 
Co., Ltd., fencing, 226.12; General Supply Co., of Canada, cable, 10.50; The B. 
Greening Wire Co., Ltd., wire rope, etc., 147.65; Town of Grimsby, labour, 
149.55; Hamilton Bridge Works Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 1,149.50; Hamilton Grimsby 
&BeamsvilIe Electric Railway Co., freight, 246.38; H.Harrison,rentof car, 69.45; 
Roy Honsberger, freight, 30.00; Horton Steel Works, Ltd., steel, 23.50; Robert 
W. Hunt & Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 143.87; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario, services, moving poles and storage, 403.48; Hydro-Electric System, 
Township of Ancaster, services, 41.52; Imperial Oil, Ltd., bituminous materials, 
6,822.49; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., paint, 745.30; Independent Con- 
crete Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 4,640.03; Instruments, Ltd., supplies and repairs. 



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Residency No. 4 — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

50.25; George M. Jackson, garage rent, 30.00; E. Johnson, office rent, 120.00; 
Jones-Lockhart, Ltd., cement and pipe, 96.55; Wm. Kerr, explosives. 37.05; 
W. D. Laird, electrical services, 21.45; Lawrence Bros., tile, 28.20; Lowe Bros. 
Co., Ltd., paint, 367.08; Clifford Lumley, garage rent, 48.00; D. Marsh, Estate, 
cement, 20.62; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., mowers, etc., 26.84; W. D. Maxson, test 
holes, 83.25; The Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 
1,651.30; Michigan Central Railroad, freight, 657.96; The Model Incubator Co., 
snow fences, 1,512.00; \V. J. Moore, surveying instruments repairs, 12.95; 
Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bitun-inous materials, 11,960.39; Niagara, St. 
Catharines & Toronto Railway Co., freight, 263.05; National Drug & Chemical 
Co. of Canada, drugs, 14.55; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., chairs, 
35.00; Ontario Amiesite, Ltd., amiesite, 820.60; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, tile, 
274.05; Ontario Reformatory Industries, signs, 1,633.92; T. E. O'Reilly Chem- 
icals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 665.47; The Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 428.61; Port 
Rowan Brick & Tile Co., tile, 105.00; Robert T. Purves & Co., expansion joints, 
151.42; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., drafting supplies, 111.50; Alfred Rogers, Ltd., 
cement, 4,345.38; Chas. H. Rymer, curb work, 21.45; Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., 
machinery supplies, 34.62; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., paint, 243.46; Sheet Metal Pro- 
ducts Co. of Canada, Ltd., machinery parts, 35.64; A. C. Sinclair, machinery 
parts, 13.35; Henry Slater, switch charges, 20.00; N. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 
17.22; F. T. Smith, signs, 247.50; W. G. Somerville & Son, tile, 19.35; Steel 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, etc., 5,131.53; Ross Stephenson, construction of 
sidewalk, 234.10; G. F. Sterner & Sons, calcium chloride, 638.49; Stewart-Adams 
& Co., paint, 34.30; Clarence Swayze, machinery parts, 35.00; Toronto, Hamilton 
& Buffalo Railway Co., freight, 298.67; Treico, Ltd., paint, 69.50; F. W. Watson 
& Son, cement, 245.00; Evan White, rent of car, 75.00; Arthur S. Zimmerman, 

tile, 55.50. Sundries, 48.87 135,655 71 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 135,897 71 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Township of Barton, 212.50; Benson & Patterson, 
63.55; Thos. W. Booker, 28.75; John H. Burtch, 24.00; Canada Crushed Stone 
Corporation, Ltd., 6,486.94; Alberta Corman, 139.30; Gordon Crushed Stone 
Co., Ltd., 1,060.48; Hagersville Contracting Co., Ltd., 214.25; Hagersville 
Quarries, Ltd., 3,953.66; C. E. Hopkins, 19.60; P. Hutchings, 59.00; Kett Bros., 
2,124.24; J. Lahey, 110.00; Justice Marshall, 30.00; J. J. Mitchel, 105.00; Mrs. 
Martha McGillivray, Estate, 11.90; J. McLean, 74.00; Pearson Bros., 38.12; 
Queenston Quarries, Ltd., 223.64; E. G. \'an Wagner, 111.65; Wentworth 
Quarries, Ltd., 745.05; Windmill Point Crushed Stone Co., Ltd., 5,402.13. 

Sundries, 16.00 21,253 76 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — C. Aylward, 44.24; Thos. Ayres, 
117.55; R. F. Cowan, 140.41; H. A. Cozzins, 22.50; H. R. Dickson, 231.05; R. 
Ford, 11.95; Chas. Garlett, 209.65; N. H. W. Greenwood, 15.65; G. F. Hanning, 
694.43; H. Harrison, 139.65; Hector Hillier, 12.35; L G. Hungerford, 38.70; 
Dennis Nation, 73.95; W. F. Noonan, 216.27; R. G. Randall, 20.75; I. C. 
Rasberry, 112.20; H. N. Reid, 106.90; Clayton J. Riddell, 45.25; Chas. W. 
Webster, 12.25. Sundries, 56.80 2,322 50 

Residency No. 5 ($741,093.20) 

Road No. 6, Guelph to Owen Sound. 
Road No. 7, Brampton to north limit Guelph Township. 
Road No. 9, Arthur to northeast limit Perth County. 
Road No. 10, Brampton to Chatsworth. 

East boundary Brant Township to Durham. 

Owen Sound to east boundary Collingwood Township. 

Engineer, W. R. Alder, Durham. 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Victor Armstrong, 45.49; Brampton Motors, 
Ltd., 42.89; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 150.77; Ford Sales & Service, Guelph, 
85.21; A. H. Harker, Ltd., 42.31; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 180.67; Mackle Motors & 
Metal Co., 71.44; McDowell & Smith, 23.98; Geo. McLaughlin, 37.62; R. Nichol- 
son, 11.92; Noble's Garage, 540.02; L. H. Ritchie, 38.04; Smith Bros., Durham, 
136.34; J. E. Smith, 50.07; Smith Bros., Toronto, 14.95. Sundries, 88.69 1,560 41 

Blacksmithing.— W. Burnett & Son, 102.80; John Campbell, 13.23; H, Gibbons, 
13.90; Thomas Johnston, 14.20; P. H. MacGillivray, 31.25; Thomas Powell, 
19.40; Henry Schultheis, 12.25; Ben Vail, 10.80. Sundries, 70.24 288 07 

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Board of Men. — New Royal Hotel, Guelph, 59.00; Patterson House, Owen 

Sound, 194.25; Paul's Hotel, Meaford, 275.25; Revere House, Thornbury, 490.25 1,018 75 

Coal.— W. Calder, 55.94; Doan Coal Co., Ltd., 606.71; Alexander George, 163.60; 
VV. A. Naylor Coal Co., 17.00; People's Fuel Co., Ltd., 61.80; George T. Sullivan, 
24.30. Sundries, 14.65 944 00 

Contracts. — Chas. V. Billy, No. 27-53, grading, Holland and Sullivan twps., Guelph- 
Owen Sound project, 6.503.72; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., 
No. 26-134, surface treatment, Owen Sound and Kincardine East twps., Guelph- 
Owen Sound and Arthur- Kincardine projects, 631.63; Britnell Contracting Co., 
Ltd., No. 26-138, grading, Caledon twp., Brampton-Chatsworth project, 8,784.75; 
Curran & Briggs, No. 27-40, concrete pavement, Mona and Mulmer twps., 
Brampton-Chatsworth project, 116,653.26; G. A. Gibson, No. 26-159, concrete 
structures, Arthur and Nichols twp., Guelph-Owen Sound project, 3,094.68; 
Johnson Bros., Ltd., No. 26-148, grading, Esquesing twp., Brampton-Guelph 
project, 15,266.71; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-47, bituminous 
penetration, Chinguacousy twp., Brampton-Chatsworth project, 18,700.73; A. E. 
Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-84; bituminous penetration, Chinguacousy 
twp., Brampton-Chatsworth project, 1,625.86; Law Construction Co., Ltd., No. 
1221, macadam road, Melancthon twp., Brampton-Chatsworth project, 25,850.00; 
Law Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-50, macadam road, Melancthon South twp., 
Brampton-Chatsworth project, 21,837.03; W. L. Malcolm, Ltd., No. 1269, 
concrete pavement, Minto twp., Arthur-Kincardine project, 3,112.85; McArthur 
Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-19, concrete pavement, Esquesing 
twp., Brampton-Guelph project, 4,827.51; McArthur Engineering & Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 26-77, concrete pavement, Guelph and Nichol twps., Guelph-Owen 
Sound project, 62,839.17; A. B. McLeod, No. 26-86, grading, Holland twp., 
Brampton-Chatsworth project, 3,955.35; A. B. McLeod, No. 27-33, grading, Arte- 
mesia twp., Brampton-Chatsworth project, 9,373.33; John McNabb, No. 1255, 
grading, Arthur twp., Guelph-Owen Sound project, 1,105.93; Municipal Road 
Spraying & Oiling Co., No. 27-82, surface treatment. Peel and Nichol twps., 
Guelph-Owen Sound project, 2,491.88; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., 
No. 27-61, surface treatment, Melancthon North twp., Brampton-Chatsworth 
project, 3,292.16; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., No. 27-85, surface 
treatment, Ellice, Downie, Logan and FuUarton twps., Brampton-Chatsworth 
project, 2,864.37; H. T. Routley, No. 26-82, macadam road, Esquesing twp., 
Brampton-Guelph project, 1,833.19; H. T. Routley, No. 26-147, macadam road, 
Kincardine twp., Arthur-Kincardine project, 13,814.97; H. T. Routley, No. 
27-28, bituminous penetration, Esquesing twp., Brampton-Guelph project, 
56,085.36; Lawrence Williams, No. 26-85, grading, Holland and Sullivan twps., 
Guelph-Owen Sound project, 3,723.10 388,267 54 

Hardware.— Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 38.81; Wm. Butchart & Co., 11.77; Cleland 
Bros., 50.50; General Supply Co. of Canada, 13.05; J. H. Harding, 27.32: Hill- 
house & McLeod, 10.65; Thos. Meredith & Co., Ltd., 39.00; Alex. McElwain, 
40.89; R. Nicholson, 10.80; S. R. Peart, 54.57; Thos. Young Hardware, 44.66. 
Sundries, 58.84 400 86 

Livery and Cartage. — F. W. Moon & Son, 10.00. Sundries, 5.45 15 45 

Lumber.— Beatty Bros., Ltd., 15.00; Chas. Benham, 39.45; Geo. Caswell, 79.50; 
Luther Cornell, 23.65; J. Craig, 10.50; Donaldson Bros., 132.77; Durham Fur- 
niture Co., Ltd., 45.84; Town of Durham, 22.40; The Georgetown Lumber Co., 
39.51; E. Krause, 62.00; David McAuliffe, 139.45; W. B. McCulIoch, 134.42; 
Harvey McKay, 12.00; Udney Richardson, 20.22. Sundries, 28.95 805 66 

Miscellaneous. — The Art Metropole, survey supplies, 14.25; The Barrett Co., Ltd., 
bituminous materials, 28,470.75; Bateman-Wilkinson Co., Ltd., plows, 126.00; 
Robt. Bell Engine & Thresher Co., Ltd., machinery parts, 319.98; The Bell 
Telephone Co., services, 606.42; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., 
surface treatment, 34.80; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 58.08; James Calder, 
tile, 40.00; Roy Campbell, garage rent, 12.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 
121,946.40; Canada Color & Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 655.78; Canada 
Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., iron supplies, 990.67; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., wire 
rope, 145.21; Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co., guard rail cable, 44.40; Can. Nat. 
Railways, freight, 14,190.38; rental of sidings, 10.09; Can. Pac. Railway Co., 
freight, 2,449.34; rental of sidings, 173.00; Canadian Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
steel, 426.81; Alex. Chambers, tarvia, 11.25; W. Coleman, tile, 13.20; Day Sign 
Co., signs, 41.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., steel, 12.50; Field, Love & House, 



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Miscellaneous — Continued 

typewriter inspections, 13.00; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd. .fencing, etc., 416.40; The 
B. Greening \Vire Co., Ltd., wire rope, etc., 328.94; H. \V. Hunt, plowing, 16.00; 
Robert \V. Hunt & Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 267.84; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, services, moving poles and storage, 317.46; Imperial Oil, Ltd., bitum- 
inous materials, 5.253.95; Imperial \'arnish & Color Co., Ltd., paints, 210.00; 
Independent Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 563.79; Instruments, Ltd., supplies 
and repairs, 25.00; Levy & Westwood Machinery Co., machinery parts, 120.00; 
Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., paint, 421.79; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., screens, 99.00; 
Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., machinery parts, 37.50; The Metallic Roofing 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 7.008.54; The Model Incubator 
Co., snow fences, 256.55; F. W. Moon, machinery repairs, 10.07; Walter Morrison, 
signs, 36.00; E. Murphy, cement, 261.55; Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bitum- 
inous materials, 14,604.19; McArthur Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., 
steel, 313.49; .\lex. McElwain, rent of car, 115.00; Mrs. W. Nicholls, cleaning 
office, 52.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, signs, 434.92; T. E. O'Reilly 
Chemicals, Ltd., calcium chloride, 178.20; S. R. Peart, cement, etc., 246.83; 
The Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 1,867.03; The People's Fuel Co., Ltd., cement, 
37.60; Alfred Rogers, Ltd., cement, 356.80; D. M. Saunders, ofifice rent, 180.00; 
The Schultz Pump & Tile Co.. tile, 1.138.87; X. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 
45.54; F. T. Smith, signs, 36.00; H. J. Snell, water, 10.00; Steel Company of 
Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, etc., 75.40; James Symon, fencing, 23.60; Peter Telford, 
tile, 80.25. Sundries, 74.80 206,326 21 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 122,682 36 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Britnell Contracting Co., Ltd., 1,923.00; Canada 
Crushed Stone Corp., Ltd., 11,900.46; Durham Stone & Sand Co., Ltd., 64.00; 
Fouse & Brobst, 47.25; A. Glahn, 171.60; Ha^ersville Contracting Co., Ltd., 
176.75; Hagersville Quarries, Ltd., 946.42; Henry Hossfeld, 70.31 ;^The Oliver- 
Rogers Stone Co., Ltd., 175.82; R. Raven, 75.00; Jno. E. Russell Co., Ltd., 
164.93; Corporation, Town of Thornburv, 23.75; Wentworth Quarries, Ltd., 
353.80. Sundries, 20.78 .' 16,113 87 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — W. R. Alder, 439.22; A. L. Baldwin, 
384.83; A. R. Cameron, 14.15; R. Campbell. 295.00; M. J. D. Carson, 52.01; 
Irving Elvidge, 125.75; H. Harrison, 140.75; Geo. M. Hay, 36.65; P. A. Keenan, 
103.35; J. E.^Leonard, 10.10; William A. Logan, 287.25; A. D. McAuliffe, 80.05; 
F. E. McDonald, 287.75; R. B. Newbery, 35.90; G. Clarence Noble, 46.30; J. H. 
Robinson, 53.74; N. A. StaufTer, 66.27; Herschell White, 83.13; Percy Willis, 
107.90. Sundries, 19.92 2,670 02 

Residency No. 6 ($671,842.81) 

Road No. 2, Toronto to Hamilton via Lake Shore Road. 
Road No. 5, Toronto to west boundary Halton County. 
Road No. 7, Port Credit to Brampton. 
Road No. 11, Toronto to Severn. 

East boundary Collingwood Township to Barrie. 

Midhurst to Midland to Penetanguishene. 

Brampton to Thornhili. 

Palermo to Milton. 

Engineer, S. A. Cummiford, Toronto. 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Barrie Garage, 84.24; C. & W. Motors, 24.14; 
Chevrolet Garage, 18.40; Cooksville Motors, 285.69; W. Copeland, 89.41; Albert 
Cox, 138.14; Dominion Garage, Orillia, 16.04; Goodwin & Smith, 204.20; A. N. 
Graham, 68.32; Wilfred Green, 39.26; Hisrhwav Garage, 28.38; G. H. Hooper, 
159.21; Frank Hustler, 16.83; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 3,607.75; Lakeview Garage, 
55.10; Ed. Martvn, 12.24; F. McLelland, 11.54; Wm. Ough & Son, 37.42; Chas. E. 
Priddle, 72.96; Hugh Ralston, 26.43; E. G. Shering, 35.44; R. J. Turner, 59.30. 
Sundries, 75.26 5,165 70 

Blacksmithing.— A. Burnett, 27.10: F. R. Dav, 14.30; Garfield Durnford, 14.60; 

J. D. Lamont, 17.35; M. P. Reid, 17.75; E. G. Shering, 43.94. Sundries, 55.40. . 190 44 

Board of Men.— The Village Inn, Woodbridge, 74.00. Sundries, 12.00 86 00 

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Coal.— P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 99.46; S. E. Carss Lumber Co., Ltd., 45.85; D. G. 
Christie Co., Ltd., 15.50; B. F. Davis, 85.13; Dyer & Johnston, 10.00; Fred E. 
Kimmerlv, 108.70; Lewis & Co., 42.85; Randolph MacDonald '& Co., Ltd., 
138.00; j. G. Scott, 17.25; Wilson & Willmott, 70.50; James Wright, 43.90. 
Sundries, 7.15 684 29 

Contracts. — Allen Bros., No. 27-34, grading. King twp., Toronto-Severn project, 
8,589.88; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 27-84, surface 
treatment, King, Churchill and Gwillimbury East and West twps., Toronto- 
Severn project, 15,316.37; Culley & Newman, No. 27-96, painting bridge, 
Trafalgar twp., Toronto-Port Dover project, 604.80; Culley & Newman, No. 
27-97, painting bridge, Trafalgar twp., Toronto-Port Dover project, 301.05; 
Godson Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 27-20, asphaltic pavem.ent, Innisfil twp., 
Toronto-Severn project, 77,415.66; Godson Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 26-122, 
concrete pavement, Innisfil twp., Toronto-Severn project, 117,476.68; A. E. Jupp 
■ Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-83; madacam road, Chinguacousy twp., Brampton- 
Guelph project, 8,526.29; Lumsden Engineering & Transport Co., Ltd., No. 27-42, 
concrete pavement, Vaughan twp., Toronto-Severn project, 20,632.36; Ontario 
Amiesite, Ltd., No. 27-27, bituminous concrete pavement, York twp., Bloor- 
Dundas project, 15,997.50; H. T. Routley, No. 26-82, Macadam road, Esquesing 
twp., Brampton-Guelph project, 26,626.77; H. W. Terry & W. W. Wallace, 
No. 27-92, grading, Vespra twp., Barrie-Owen Sound project, 3,780.00; Warren 
Bituminous Paving Co., No. 27-90, asphaltic concrete pavement, Markham twp., 
Yonge Street project, 5,922.00; Warren Bituminous Paving Co., No. 27-46, 
bituminous concrete pavement, King and Whitchurch twps., Yonge Street 
project, 43,081.65 344,271 01 

Hardware. — Central Hardware, Orillia, 73.82; W. Copeland, 19.02; General Supply 
Co. of Canada, 14.20; N. H. Marshall, 25.45; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 15.03; 
Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 572.25; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 76.44; Watson's Hard- 
ware, 17.40; White's, Ltd., 13.97. Sundries, 57.59 885 17 

Legal Services. — Fasken, Robertson, Aitchison, Pickup & Calvin 987 42 

Lumber.— Ball Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 26.25; Bowden Lumber Co., Ltd., 35.48; 
Vernon A. Caldwell, 15.90; Arthur N. Dudlev, 511.11; George Gordon, 15.80; 
Mickle, Dyment & Son, 106.81; J. A. McFarlane, 1,134.90; John B. Smith & 
Sons, 3,241.63; W. J. Weatherup. 38.40. Sundries, 26.13 5,152 41 

Miscellaneous. — The Art Metropole, survey supplies, 35.65; The Barrett Co., Ltd., 
bituminous materials, 25,879.60; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 791.41; 
Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 26,374.85; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
wire rope, 671.00; Can. Nat. Railwavs, freight, 39.062.68; rental of sidings, 
441.69; Can. Pac. Railway Co., freisrht, 827.05; rental of sidings, 2,407.15; Clay 
Products Agencv, Ltd., pipe, 761.85; Cooksville Motors, rent for snow plough, 
40.00: The "Dow Chemical Co., dowflake, 1,805.84; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., mer- 
chandise, 27.00; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., belting, 79.17; Hamilton Cataract 
Power, Light & Traction Co., Ltd., services, 39.96; Robert E. Hookins, rent of 
barn and yard, 120.00; Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 192.51; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, services and storage, 156.81, Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., bituminous materials, 46,921.26; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 
paint, 382. 94; Independent Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 2 043.04: W. F. Inglehart, 
rent of property, 114.00; Instruments, Ltd.. supplies and repairs, 13.50; James 
Langmuir Co., Ltd., paints, 471.25; Le\^ & Westwood Machinerv Co., machinery 
parts, 412.00; Lowe Brothers Co., Ltd., paint, 364.71; Massev-Harris Co., Ltd., 
mowers, etc., 98.29; The Metallic Roofing Co., of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, 
posts, etc., 1,166.50; The Model Incubator Co., snow fences, 1,052.80; W. J. 
Moore, surveying instruments repairs, 19.75; Walter Morrison, signs, 32.00; J. 
Muldoon, Ltd., nipe, 58.79; Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bitun^nous materials, 
4,514.33; Oakville Water & Light Commission, services, 43.74; Ontario Amiesite, 
Ltd., amiesite, 2,576.85; Ontario Reformatory Industries, siens, 2,467.08; T. E. 
O'Reillv Chemical, Ltd., calcium chloride, 173.75; Peake & Whittingham, prints, 
etc., 30.00; The Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 2,415.23; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 
drafting supplies, 29.75; Rice Wire Works, screens, 29.00; Sarjeant Co., Ltd., 
pipe, 10.00: .Sheet Metal Products Co. of Canada, Ltd., machinerv parts, 168.30; 
N. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 90.16; F. T. Smith, signs, 71.25; The Stanley 
Works of Canada, Ltd., staples, 60.58; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, etc., 
20.91 ; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, services, 216.37 ; Toronto Township Hydro- 
Electric System, services, 27.00; Toronto Transportation Commission, rent of 
storage space, 45.00. Sundries, 63.51 165,917 86 

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Pay Lists.— Wages of men 116,249 78 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Bentner & Fair, 74.80; Britnell-Russell, Ltd., 
151.84; F. A. Brock, 54.00; Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, Ltd., 7,745.09; 
J. W. M. Cousins, 2,329.98; Hagarville Contracting Co., Ltd., 256.11; Thomas 
Jenkinson, 37.40; W. R. Johnston, 18.60; Fred E. Kimmerley, 130.75; Kirkfield 
Crushed Stone, Ltd., 1,662.61; J. Muldoon, Ltd., 105.05; Ontario Reformatory 
Industries, 684.97; Marv H. Price, 34.50; John Reid, 84.00; Jno. E. Russell Co., 

Ltd., 1,888.29; W. G. Thompson, 15,082.65. Sundries, 23.65 30,364 29 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — W. A. Anderson, 430.91 ; W. Braggins, 
48.00; George L. Carruthers, 54.05; S. A. Cummiford, 230.50; E. E. Down, 121.60; 
John T. Dvment, 13.90; D. Gordon, 19.00; P. A. Keenan, 214.82; F. W. Kitching, 
10.95; V. kitching, 33.35; R. MacLennan, 80.07; G. Madren, 38.65; F. S. Mills, 
62.60; H. E. McTear, 140.30; Cecil RymaL 30.30; George A. Shriner, 31.00; F. 
Simmons, 36.10; H. H. Thornton, 18.35; H. E. Todd, 87.00; C. Zinger, 128.75. 
Sundries, 58.24 1,888 44 

Residency No. 7 ($1,140,185.61) 

Road No. 2, East limits City of Toronto to west boundary' Frontenac County 

Road No. — , Welcome to Dale. 

Road No. 12, Whitby to Lindsay. 

Road No. 12a, Port Hope to Peterborough. 

Road No. 14, Belleville to Picton. 

Road No. 14, Belleville to Foxboro. 

LangstafT to Brooklin, 

Sunderland to Orillia. 

Lindsay to Peterboro. 

Engineer, G. G. Grieg, Port Hope. 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Joseph Allin, 793.55; J. S. Balsdon, 151.92; 
Bloomfield Garage, 569.86; Arthur Boyes, 66.78; Brighton Garage, 86.22; 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., 44.00; Brougham Garage, 11.08; E. Burridge, 
380.53; M. L. Butler, 17.05; H. A. Cleave, 18.20; Cooke's Garage, 22.20; Cornell 
& Clemett, 36.94; Cameron W. Cotton, 25.70; Joseph Cowan, 130.44; Jack 
Cowey, Jr., 14.30; J. J. Duffus, Ltd., 147.81; Fee Motors, 10.19; General Garage, 
J. L. Gordon, 42.47; J. M. Graham, Napanee, 581.72; Robert Harness, 25.75; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 776.91; J. A. Isaac, 64.78; Wm. Jamieson, 34.90; Ed. Martyn, 
349.66; W. J. Morrish Co., 28.61; Newtonville Garage, C. Varley, 56.90; Odessa 
Auto Service, 13.58; Port Hope Garage, 23.83; F. A. Pulver Service Station, 
15.00; Rigg's Garage, 96.82; Sandown Garage, 34.81; Sculthorpe's Garage, 
312.66; Shell Co. of Canada, Ltd., 135.48; Sparling & Reeson, Ltd., 18.76; 
Standard Garage, Colborne, 25.64; Standard Garage, Newcastle, 34.98; Stephen- 
son Motor Sales, 954.74; E. A. H. Stonehouse, 23.93; Thompson's Garage, 
Deseronto, 27.46; Tisdale Bros. Garage, 143.97; Tourist Garage, Port Hope, 
40.43; The Universal Garage, Whitby, 39.99; Wade & Croft, 83.17; Walter's 
Garage & Service Station, 183.37; C. A. Wiseman, 149.29; Yule & Taylor Garage, 
11.70. Sundries, 97.09 6,955 17 

Blacksmithing.— Birchard & Gale, 66.21 ; Thos. Chalk. 36.50; Cameron W. Cotton, 
13.05; John N. Ferguson, 13.85; T. H. Huffman, 21.10; Gordon Law, 25.30; 
Percy Mantle, 10.50; H. F. Moore, 31.65; W. A. Morton, 22.20; J. J. Roblin & 
Son, 10.50; R. D. Robson, 22.50; E. A. St. John, 13.75; Sam Strath, 32.40; J. B. 
Thompson. 28.50. Sundries, 48.15 396 16 

Board of Men. — The Brock House, Sunderland, 130.50; Commercial Hotel, 
Omemee, 275.00; Hotel Hamilton, Beaverton, 566.00; King's Hotel, Peterboro, 
407.00; Mrs. J. D. Laing, Newcastle, 45.75; W. E. Lumb, Lindsav. 45.00; Munro 
Hotels, Peterboro, 298.50; The Ontario Hotel, Port Hope, 31.00; Mrs. F. J. 
Overend, Peterboro, 55.60; Queen's Hotel, Cannington, 24.75; J. H. Robinson, 
Cannington, 11.25; Royal Hotel, Lindsay, 497.50. Sundries, 5.00 2,392 85 

Coal.— J. A. Anderson, 50.10; Colliver & Huflf. 120.67; W. S. Dies, 25.20; Doan Coal 
Co., Ltd., 304.57; J. E. Fitzgerald, 39.85; Mark T. Harris, 16.00; Hogg & Lytle, 
Ltd., 13.85; John Howes & Sons, Ltd., 41.21; C. L. Mackey, 24.32; W. H. Pea- 
cock & Co., 154.75; Pickering Coal Co., 41.97; Port Perrv Coal Yard, 135.60; 
F. A Reesor, 92.20; Sarjeant Co., Ltd., 139.55; The Schuster Co., Ltd., 45.75. 
Sundries, 8.75 i.254 34 

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Contracts. — Beaver Construction Co., No. 1176, macadam road, Hallowell twp., 
Belleville- Picton project, 11,528.36; Paul Bergman, No. 26-73A, concrete pave- 
ment, Haldimand twp., Kingston Road project, 44,562.90; Bituminous Spraying 
Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 27-60, surface treatment, Cavan & South Monaghan 
twps., Port Hope-Peterborough project, 2,174.44; Bituminous Spraying & Con- 
tracting Co., Ltd., No. 26-157, surface treatment, Scott's corner southerly, Port 
Hope-Peterborough project, 3,668.30; Curran & Briggs, No. 1056, macadam road, 
Town of Deseronto, Kingston Road project, 150.40; Dufferin Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 26-81; macadam road, Cavan and South Monaghan twps., Port Hope- 
Peterborough project, 49,189.01; Dufiferin Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-22, 
bituminous pavement, Cavan and Monaghan twps., Peterborough-Fraserville 
project, 116,584.79; Frontenanc Dredging Co., No. 27-32, filling spans, Belleville 
Bay bridge, Belleville-Picton project, 65,142.33; W. H. Harvey & Son, No. 26-75, 
concrete pavement, Brighton twp., Kingston Road project, 6,771.74; Johnson 
Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 26-74, concrete pavement, Brighton and Cramahe twps., 
Kingston Road project, 43,746.88; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., No. 27-14, 
concrete pavement, Whitby twp., Whitby-Lindsay project, 84,161.18; Frank 
King, No., 27-83; surface treatment, Ops twp., Peterborough-Lindsay project, 
1,275.99; Geo. F. Little, No. 27-15, concrete pavement, Hope and Hamilton 
twps., Port Hope- Peterborough project, 32,712.44: McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 
1202, North-end Belleville Bay Bridge, Bay of Quinte, Belleville-Picton project, 
7,383.42; McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 26-80, macadam road, Ameliasburg twp., 
Belleville-Picton project, 355.13; McNamara Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-91, 
concrete pavement, Hope and Clarke twps., Kingston Road project, 68,509.16; 
Municipal Oiling & Spraying Co., No. 26-133, surface treatment. Prince Edward 
twp., Belleville-Picton project, 1,219.02; Municipal Oiling & Spraying Co., No. 
27-64, surface treatment, Thurlowand Tyendinaga twps., Kingston Road project, 
3,871.92; Orr & Clark Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-76; concrete pavement, 
Whitby West twp., Whitby-Lindsay project, 6,184.05; Paving Mastic Co., Ltd., 
No. 26-73, concrete pavement, Haldimand twp., Kingston Road project, 2,015.52; 
Russell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-151, filling spans, Bay of Quinte, Belleville- 
Picton project, 64,891.80; Standard Steel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26-161, 
steel superstruction Belleville Bay bridge, Ameliasburg twp., Belleville-Picton 
project, 19,190.00 635,288 78 

Hardware.— C. M. Allen & Son, 19.58- W. L. Allen & Co., 10.25; Barfett Bros., 31.88; 
Bovle & Son, 104.03; A. D. Bullock, 29.41; Cameron W. Cotton, 21.60; W. B. 
Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 19.00; General Supplv Co. of Canada, 282.15; The Kingan 
Hardware Co., 51.18; Frank Law, 55.96; A. B. MacDuff & Son, 25.59; Thos. 
Meredith & Co., Ltd., 94.65; S. B. McClung & Co., 15.92; McLennan's, Ltd., 
20.42; G. A. Outram, 241.85; George M. Rice, 15.40; Rice & Co., 14.00; Rundles 
Hardware, 77.82; Scarboro Hardware & Feed Store, 113.78; Walker Hardware 
Co., 63.70; J. W. White, 10.20; J. W. Winney, 14.50. Sundries, 56.85 1,389 72 

Livery and Cartage.- — McGlashan & Son Transport, 60.00; Township of Whitby, 

10.50 70 50 

Lumber.— Allen Lumber Co., 145.45; Wm. Boldrick, 12.25; Sherman Cooper, 32.49; 
Doherty's Planing Mill, 17.70; A. R. Grav, 20.00; Fred A. Hugh, 102.00; Wm. B. 
Johnston, 408.50; Alex. Leask, 64.08; Frank Leask, 20.80; J. D. Lundy, 11.20; 
T. Marshall, 16.60; Alfred McDonald Lumber Co., Ltd., 74.84; John Noble & 
"Son, 13.85; ]. H. Redick, 24.50; F. Sidev, 28.45; Morley R. .Simpson, 62.25; J. 
Slater, 27.00; T. B. Speirs, 202.70; R. H. Tve, 82.75; C. Van Alstine, 48.16; 
Sanford N. Vandervoort, 18.50. Sundries, 33.60 1,467 67 

Miscellaneous.— Amalgamated Knitters, Ltd., office rent, 120.00; The Art Metro- 
pole, survev supplies, 60.15; The Barrett Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 
12,962.45; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 706.19; Bituminous Spraying & 
Contracting Co., Ltd., surface treatment, 7,134.58; Brandram-Henderson, paint, 
62.72; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 82,314.16; Canada Ingot Iron Co., 
Ltd., iron supplies, 621.50; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., wire rope, 331.57; 
Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co., guard rail cable, 301.73; Can. Nat. Railways, 
freight, 7,743.75; rental of sidings, 164.59; Can. Pac. Railway Co., freight, 
11,569.33; Geo. C. Chisholm, rent of mower, 10.00; Wm. J. Devitt, tile, 346.25; 
The Dow Chemical Co., dowflake, 3,803.96; Dufferin Construction Co., claims, 
re Ontario Farmers' Drainage Co., services, 9,973.92; Dunlop Tire & Rubber 
Goods Co., Ltd., 14.58; R. Russell Fleming, explosives, 17.00; Frost Steel & Wire 
Co., Ltd.. fencin?, etc., 182.42; Godson Contracting Co., Ltd., road repairs, 
59.67; A. J. Gough, painting bridge, 285.00; The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 



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Miscellaneous — Continued 

wire rope, etc., 163.70; William Hamilton Co., Ltd., iron spike.s, 171.10; Robert W. 
Hunt Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 291.04; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
services, moving poles and storage, 97.60; Imperial Oil, Ltd., bituminous 
materials, 38,422.98; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 2,268.78; Independent 
Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd., pipe, 2,691.85; Instruments, Ltd., supplies and repairs, 
27.90; Martin Jex & Co., rent of loader, 151.20; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., services, 
3,587.34; Jas. C. Kingsborough, concrete pipe, 39.25; Levy & Westwood Ma- 
chinerv Co., machinerv parts, 504.00;Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., paint, 630.79; J. J. 
MacXab, tile, 27.75; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., mowers, 83.25; VV. D. Maxson, 
test holes, 43.76; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., machinery parts, 28.42; The 
Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre joints, etc., 2,331.95; The Model 
Incubator Co., snow fences, 1,897.00; Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bituminous 
materials, 9,129.04; McGregor & Mclntyre, Ltd., expansion plates, 26.00; 
Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., calcium chloride, 239.00; National Cement Co., 
cement, 19,714.19; Ontario Amiesite, Ltd., amiesite, 6.220.69; Ontario Reforma- 
tory Industries, signs, 1,164.46; Orr & Clarke Construction Co., freight, equip- 
ment rental, supplies and services, etc., 175.33; Wm. Parry, making well, 64.00; 
O. Pattenick & Co., hip rubbers, 12.50; Pawaco Paint Products, Ltd., paint, 
324.00; The Pedlar People. Ltd., steel, 6,774.34; G. M. Peebles, moving poles, 
14.10; Corporation of Port Hope, rent of roller, 210.00; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 
drafting supplies, 38.70; C. M. Roberts & W. A. McArthur, rent of building, 
45.00; Scarboro Hydro-Electric System, moving poles, 86.65; Sheet Metal 
Products Co. of Canada, Ltd., machinery parts, 178.20; N. Slater Co., Ltd., 
eye-bolts, 11.16; F. T. Smith, signs, 90.50; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, 
etc., 50.00; Toronto Sand Blasting Co., painting bridge, 686.17; United Typewriter 
Co., Ltd., paper and service, adding machine, 21.95; J. J. Wait, services, 10.00; 
A. R. Williams Machinerv Co., Ltd., machinerv parts, 16.55; Wilkinson & Bews, 
tile, 13.80; J. W. Winney^ merchandise, 28.35. ' Sundries, 94.15 237,684 01 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 165,337 52 

Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Will Arksey, 42.00; L. Gradford, 55.00; George 
Burkholder, 101.45; Donald Cameron, 22.00; Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, 
Ltd., 65.66; Construction & Engineering, Ltd., 69.20; Fuller Gravel, Ltd., 
687.49; Thos. F. Jordan, 29.40; Oliver Kelly, 51.75; Kirkfield Crushed Stone, 
Ltd., 80,811.41; J. A. Little, 26.50; Samuel Little, 155.50; Malcolm McNabb, 
67.25; Ontario Rock Co., Ltd., 1,607.82; Presqu'ile Park Commission, 12.40; 
Geo. Robertson, 21.40; Mrs. S. Robinson, 295.80; Scarborough Township, 14.00; 
W. T. Sleeman, 228.45; John Soden. 91.80; A. A. Tinnev, 29.30; Frank Warville, 

^5.40; Lawrence Warville, 16.40; West Waldon, 45.00. ' Sundries, 25.95 84,588 33 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — Geo. Adkins, 335.64; N. C. Ander- 
son, 270.47; G. A. Arksev, 69.80; Carl Ash, 64.70; James Beaton, 16.80; D. W. 
Bews, 17.25; Geo. Chisholm, 27.05; L. M. Clavton, 104.50; Rov Cruickshank, 
17.75; Ben Davidson, 24.00; Ford K. Edwards, 13.35; Alex. Foo'te, 12.50; G. G. 
Greig, 66.05; Robert S. Hancock, 20.15; J.Garfield Hawkins, 18.20; Robert R. 
Havden, 70.85; John J. Heaslip, 20.33; L. L. Jarvis, 22.20; W. P. Judson, 590.22; 
R. H. Kinsman, 27.20; Jno. A. Leslie, 68.37; W. E. Lumb, 24.10; W. Royal 
Munro, 65.43; G. Xantel, 18.00; Lome W. Nicholson, 104.50; A. A. Outram, 
59.15; A. H. Pitt, 57.55; Stanlev A. Purvis, 14.75; E. M. Quinlan, 47.95; J. E. 
Rinch, 32.10; H. L. Schermerhorn, 409.02; W. Rov Sherrv, 12.15; Orval Storey, 
89.65; V. Sweeting, 21.74; H. H. Thornton, 13.13; H. E. Todd, 10.25; W. A. 
Tunouth, 58.25; G. F. Turner, 75.76; S. Vankoughnett, 104.50; Roy W. Ware, 
48.05; Robt. Williams, 129.25. Sundries, 87.90 3.360 56 

Residency No. 8 ($1,250,428.37) 

Road No. 2, West limit Frontenac County to Ontario-Quebec boundary. 
Road No. 16, Johnstown to Rideau River. 
Road No. 15, Kingston to Carleton Place. 

Smith's Falls to Brockville. 

Morrisburg North to northern boundary Mountain Twp. 

Engineer, C. A. Robbins, Brockville 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs. — Bigford's Garage, 371.42; Brock Garage, 
123.50: Cornwall Motor Sales Co., 13.10; S. E. Errett, 11.54; H. G. Fleming, 



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Automobile Supplies, Etc. — Continued 

32.04; Gardiner & Menzies, 60.55; Harback's Garage, 268.78; Imperial Oil. 
Ltd., 1,244.04; Lonev Bros., 355.07; W. J. Morris & Sons, 221.86; Olmstead 
Bros., 54.89; D. J. Parisien, 127.92; C. A. Ranson, 42.19; J. N. Somerville, 
261.82; Van Luvan Bros., 302.23; Geo. W. Warwick, 965.82; Well's Garage, 
Cardinal, 71.95; Sundries, 58.74 4,587 46 

Blacksmithing.— D. C. Caird & Sons, 18.15; Wm. Cleary, 13.25; John O'Drum- 
mond, 19.45; J. H. Grav, 26.25; W. Jackson. 13.50: A. R. Jacob, 61.75; W. H. 
King, 22.40; J. A. Mott, 29.00; Simpson Bros. & Crosby, 12.50; Rufus H. 
Stevens, 48.70; Robt. C. Willey, 15.10. Sundries, 59.40 339 45 

Board of Men.— Ernest Bell, 213.00; Commercial Hotel, Portland, 43.00; Wilfred 
Hewitt, Frankville, 36.00; I. E. Lockwood, New Bliss, 103.50; John L. McEwen, 
Toledo, 45.00. Sundries, 35.25 475 75 

Coal.— Doan Coal Co., Ltd., 377.17; E. V. Dodge, 41.33; J. A. Morrison. 236.32: 

W. B. Reynolds & Co., 1,136.83. Sundries, 1.75 1,793 40 

Contracts. — J. R. Barr\-, No. 565, macadam road, Matilda and Williamsburg twp., 
Prescott-Quebec project, 6,700.47; C. V. Billy, No. 1258, culverts, Bastard and 
South Elnsley twps., Kingston-Ottawa project, 7,456.34; C. V. Billy, No. 27-74, 
grading and culvert structures. Bastard and South Elmsley twps., Kingston- 
Ottawa project, 23,501.25; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., No. 27-81, 
surface treatment, Williamsburg, Osnabruck, Charlottenburg and Lancaster 
twps., Prescott-Quebec project, 20,693.21; Chisholm Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 26-143, bituminous penetration, Charlottenburg twp., Prescott-Quebec 
project. 26,340.60; S. B. Code, No. 27-73, macadam road, Drummond and 
Beckwith twps., Brockville-Smith Falls project, 10,117.80; F. M. Eaeleson, 
No. Special 86, macadam road, Morrisburg and Winchester twps., Morrisburg- 
Winchester project, 3,132.60; Grant Brothers Construction Co., Ltd., No. 26- 
97a, bituminous concrete pavement, Thorold twp., Prescott-Quebec project, 
36,706.46; Grant Brothers, No. 27-23, asphaltic mixed macadam, Williamsburg 
twp., Prescott-Quebec project, 94,898.73; Grant Brothers, No. 27-68, macadam 
road, Elmsley South twp., Ottawa-Kingston project, 25,048.80; M. G. Henniger, 
No. 27-43, black base pavem.ent, Escott and Lansdowne twps., Kingston-Prescott 
project, 46,921.50; Highway Paving Co., No. 27-44, black base pavement, 
Matilda and Williamsburg twps., Prescott-Quebec project, 18,454.50; T. F. 
Holmes, No. 26-146, bituminous penetration, Yonge twp., Kingston-Prescott 
project, 45,351.52: Edgir Irvine & Co., Ltd., No. 27-95, culverts and structures, 
Elizabethtown, Kitley and Elmsley twps., Brockville-Smith Falls project, 
2,943.00; Edgar Irvine & Co., Ltd., No. 26-96, bituminous penetration, Pittsburg 
and Leeds twps., Kingston-Prescott project. 16,087.29; Wm. M. Leacy, No. 26- 
150, concrete structures, Nash bridge, Williamsburg twp., Prescott-Quebec 
project, 12,347.94; McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 27-31, macadam road, Pittsburg 
twp., Kingston-Ottawa project, 124,317.90; McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 26-107, 
grading, Pittsburg and Leeds twps., Kingston-Ottawa project, 10,757.47; 
McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 26-145, bitu:pinous penetration, Kingston twp., 
Kingston-Ottawa project, 16,883.74; McLean & Stidwell. No. 1215, bituminous 
penetration, Elizabethtown and Yonge twps., Kingston-Prescott project, 2,142.83; 
McLean & Stidwell, No. 26-132, bituminous penetration, Yonge twp., Kingston- 
Prescott project, 15,919.25; Frank Milligan & Co., No. 27-69, macadam road, 
Elizabethtown twp.. Brockville-Smith Falls project. 10.925.10; Frank Milligan 
& Co., No. 1253, bituminous penetration, Matilda twp., Prescott-Quebec project, 
2.981.46; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co.. No. 27-80, surface treatment, 
Pittsburg, Leeds, Drummond and Elizabethtown twps., Kingston-Prescott 
project, 15,129.54; A. H. Parker, No. 27-49, bituminous penetration, Lancaster 
twp., Prescott-Quebec project, 2,383.22; A. H. Parker, No. 26-79, bituminous 
penetration, Lansdowne twp., Kingston-Prescott project, 8,814.20; A. H. 
Parker, No. 1175, macadam road, Osnabruck and Cornwall twps., Prescott- 
Quebec project, 2,715.06; Standard Paving Co., No. 27-21, bituminous penetra- 
tion, Lansdowne and Leeds twps., Gananoque-Iw Lea project, 103,733.10; 
F. R. Wilford, No. 27-72, macadam road, Elizabethtown twp., Brockville- 
Smith Falls project, 11,596.50; F. R. Wilford, No. 26-101, bituminous penetra- 
tion, Matilda and Williamsburg twps., Prescott-Quebec project, 16,372.46 
Wilkinson & Bews, No. 26-149, culverts, Crosby twp., Kingston-Ottawa project, 
2,416.10: V. H. Woodland, No. 27-70, macadam road, Elizabethtown twp., 
Brockville-Smith Falls, project, 10,805.40; V. H. Woodland, No. 27-71, macadam 
road, Elizabethtown twp., Brockville-Smith Falls project, 6,256.17 760,851 51 

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Hardware.— Clarke & Lewis, Ltd., 87.91; W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 963.14; 
A. G. Debbie & Co., 54.35; General Supply Co. of Canada, 10.50; James Bros., 
109.05; Ernest C. Kelly, 10.10; J. P. Lawrence & Son, 17.87; C. A. Ranson, 
109.75; Jas. L. P. Saunders, 19.82; J. N. Somerville, 25.36; Taylor Bros., Ltd., 
41.34. Sundries, 55.13 1,504 32 

Livery and Cartage.— Ernest Bell, 30.00; James Seward, 25.00 55 00 

Lumber.— Allen Lumber Co., 1,557.84; Atchison & Co., Ltd., 10.28; Frank 
Barker, 14.00; Wm. Barker, 22.10; E. H. Bolton, 241.15; Brockville Lumber 
Corporation, Ltd., 198.28; O. E. Brown, 20.65; Jacob Bryan, 22.00; P. W. 
Clement, 32.51; Gerald Cochrill, 12.50; E. Graham, 17.40; J. O. Hamel, 86.63; 
Charles Hartley, 17.50; B. N. Henderson, 10.35; Archie Hewitt, 10.00; John 
A. Hummell, 15.00; Philip Kelsey, 17.76; Wm. Kane, 10.00; Ranee Knapp, 
25.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 925.00; Andrew Lvons, 35.00; Wm. J. 
Moorhead, 32.88; McMaster Lumber Co., Ltd., 16.64; W. A. Nichols, 21.35; 
W. J. Parish, 13.80; John M. Percival, 16.01; Jos. Rouselle, 14.80; S. Salmon, 
62.91; Wm. F. Tate, 18.00; T. A. Thompson Estate, 32.25; James Todd & Son, 
13.00; Earl Trotter, 43.44; H. Wells, 10.50; Harry Wright, 37.80; Sundries, 
58.74 3,693 07 

Miscellaneous. — David Backus, rental of ground, 20.00; Mrs. P. B. Baker, rent 
of mower, 26.00; J. F. Barnard's Sons, Ltd., seed and lime, 19.70; The Barrett 
Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 22,445.36; Bateiran-Wilkinson Co., Ltd., 
plows, 113.65; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 1,056.41; Chas. V. Billy, iron 
pipe, 28.96; Bituminous Spraving & Contracting Co., Ltd., surface treatment, 
1,746.80; The Boeckh Co., Ltd., brushes, 48.42; Gordon Botham, rent of 
tractor, 10.00; The Corporation of Brockville, office rent, 200.00; O. L. Buell 
& Son, cement, 24.60; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 191.17; Bernard Cairns, 
Ltd., marking devices, 40.00; D. S. Cameron, rent of car, 92.50; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., cement, 5,956.23; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., iron supplies, 503.26; 
Canada Starch Co., Ltd., tile, 16.00; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., wire rope, 
1,296.29; Canadian National Railways, freight, 73,067.28; rental of sidings, 
4,514.00; Canadian National Telegraphs, services, 24.22; Canadian Pacific 
Railway Co., freight, 4,182.88; Chisholm Construction Co., Ltd., tile and 
explosives, 85.94; Clay Products Agency, Ltd., pipe, 190.50; Thos. Cleary, 
rent of mower, 17.00; South Crosby Rural Telephone Co., moving poles, etc., 
62.25; J. R. Dargavel, explosives, 23.54; Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., tile, 
1,270.46; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., snow plows, etc., 50.00; Dow 
Chemical Co., dowflake, 1,773.76; Wm. Dufresne, rent of mower, 12.00; Frost 
Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., fencing, etc., 1,675.60; General Supply Co. of Canada, 
cable, 96.79; J. Giles, rent of mower, 25.00; The B. Greening W^ire Co., Ltd., 
wire rope, etc., 333.12; Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 16.46; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, services and storage, 339.63; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 106,844.09; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., paints, 680.67; 
Jackson & Dowell, signs, 25.00; Keeble & Hughes, rent of tractor, 537.50; Miss 
Etta Klyne, storage space, 10.00; The Knickerbocker Paint & Varnish Co., 
paint, 170.65; Lowe Brothers Co., Ltd., paint, 138.90; Meaford Steel Products, 
Ltd., machinery parts, 105.44; The Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., centre 
joints, posts, etc., 92.16; Robert Michea, rent of ground, 10.00; The Model 
Incubator Co., snow fences, 910.00; W. J. Moore, surveying instruments, 
repairs, 35.25; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., freight, 806.25; 
Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 43,127.77; McGregor & 
Mclntvre, Ltd., expansion plates, 94.00; McLean & Stidwell, tile, 40.75; Ontario 
Brick & Tile Plant, tile, 297.65; Ontario Reformatorv Industries, signs, 170.30; 
The Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 674.63; Public Utility Commission, Carlton 
Place, rent of lot, 40.00; Robt. T. Purves & Co., expansion joints, 16.71 ; Railway 
& Power Engineering Corporation, Ltd., cable, 35.35; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 
drafting supplies, 123.70; Saw\er-Massey Co., Ltd., machinery supplies, 78.58; 
Sheet Metal Products Co. of Canada, Ltd., machinery parts, 76.23; N. Slater 
Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 28.18; R. H. Smart, Ltd., cement, 39.40; F. T. Smith, 
signs, 93.30; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, 1,244.54; Taylor 
Instruments, thermometers, 20.00; Toronto Post Office, postcards, 18.00; 
C. W. Werelev, rent of car, 122.50; F. R. Wilford & Co., Ltd., explosives, 24.78. 
Sundries, 170.09 278,498 15 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 162,484 14 

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Stone, Gravel and Screenings. — Canada Starch Co., Ltd., 14.00; J. W. M. 
Cousins, 44.75: Fuller Gravel, Ltd., 27,382.07; Grenville Crushed Rock Co., 
Ltd., 926,77; Kirkfield Crushed Stone, Ltd., 3,827.03; McGinnis & O'Connor, 
465.75; Mrs. Ward Plumb, 22.20; W. A. SomerviUe, 350.55. Sundries, 5.50. . . 33,038 62 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements. — R. G. Armstrong, 10.10; W. F. 
Barton, 13.54; Charles W. Bovd, 127.85; Wilbert Casselman, 15.00; L. M. 
Clavton, 40.00; D. S. Clow, 56.72; H. X. Corbett, 236.06; Jas. A. Cowan, 
13.52; H. A. Cozzins, 24.10; Elmer Donaldson, 15.00; A. G. Farquharson, 
85.41; John W. Gardiner, 42.84; F. J. Gates, 11.12; W. E. Gray, 23.99; P. G. 
Hatfield, 13.95; Arnold M. Jar\'is, 15.55; C. D. Lyons, 576.30; B. McAlonan, 
24.00; Robt. AlcCurdv, 10.23; F. A. McNeill, 280.35; X. J. Newman, 13.45; 
Lome W. Nicholson, 25.00; W. T. McNeil, 49.61; S. E. Paisley, 52.79; Sim 
Rivier, 28.45; \V. J. Robertson, 17.05; C. A. Robbins, 679.75: C. P. Roney, 
222.59; T. D. K. Roonev, 13.70; J. E. Safford, 22.10; J. Scotland, 13.00; James 
Seed, 29.65; G. L. Sibbit, 14.00; Harvev Smail, 145.51; Wm. E. Stewart, 16.00; 
W. E. Summers, 10.00; Chas. W. Werelev, 17.67; A. L. Wood, 17.00. Sundries, 
84.55 .' 3,107 50 

Residency No. 9 ($936,076.49) 

Road X'^o. 15, Ottawa to Carleton Place. 

Road Xo. 16, Ottawa to Rideau. 

Road Xo. 17, Ottawa to Ontario-Quebec Boundary. 

Road No. 17, Ottawa to Pembroke. 

Carleton Place to Arnprior. 

Engineer, J. Se.\rs, Ottaw.\ 

Automobile Supplies aud Repairs. — Bank -Street Garage, 31.50; Geo. H. Bishop, 
214.02; Buckham & \'ance, 346.67; Campbell Motor Sales, 44.55; Cook's Auto 
Service, 12.28; Lerov Dickie, 12.29; Imperial Oil, Ltd.. 1.683.96: Independent 
Garage & Machine Shop, 47.50; Kinburn Garage, 18.00; A. W. Lewis, 12.40; 
Emile Major, 14.25; F. R. Mills' Garage, 95.99rMotor Company, Ltd., 43.00; 
J. McBride, 54.40; Xational Motor Service, 13.96; Mrs. C. G. Nelson, 73.37; 
Ottawa Car Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 21.00; Ovila Paradis, 72.51; L. P. Pattie, 
41.15; Robinson Garage, 49.63; Rochon & Cie., 177.65; Stanlev -Salter, 105.93; 
R. A. Snedden, 14.89; Sparling & Reeson, Ltd., 11.00; Standard Garage, West- 
boro, 20.20; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 286.60; Supertest Service Station, 
Almonte, 184.59; Taylor Bros., Ltd., 210.10; C. O. Thacker, 69.60; Thibeau & 
Weedmark, 22.05; Alex. Villemaire, 38.45; Westboro Garage, 444.91. Sundries, 
99.34 4,587 74 

Blacksmithing. — Felix Arcand, 16.05; Wm.. Chatson, 16.60; Alex. Clarke, 29.60; 
W. G. Edwards, 16.50; E. C. Gow, 26.05; O. E. Hutchinson, 15.06; J. Bte. Laurin, 
42.80; W. Lavoie, 21.46: Thomas Moran & Son, 111.32; E. W. New, 17.55; 
J. S. Pritchard, 11.00; H. Pulcine & Son, 51.15: Wm. Switzer, 46.35; Nap \'achon, 
20.63; E. Waters, 69.37; Wm. Herbert Weatherly, 20.40. Sundries, 37.00... 568 89 

Board of Men. — Hotel Almonte, Almonte, 45.50; Mrs. R. S. Drysdale, Arnprior, 
93.70; Mississippi Hotel, Carleton Place, 145.50; Mrs. A. Mooney, Pakenham, 
220.00; Xewburn Hotel, Arnprior, 83.75; John B. Teeven's Hotel, Almonte, 
233.50; W. F. Towey, Pakenham, 125.50; Windsor Hotel, Ottawa, 11.50. Sun- 
dries, 4.50 963 45 

Coal. — Arnprior Coal Co., 42.68; Carleton Motor Sales Co., 37.14: Century Coal 
Co., Ltd., 386.51: M. X. Cummings, 74.95; Doan Coal Co., Ltd., 717.56; J. A. B. 
Foster, 28.75; Ira M. Kennedy, 11.55; McDonell, Dibblee & Covey, 18.01; 
Renfrew Te.xtiles, Ltd., 74.38; Elias Rogers Co., Ltd., 447.98; Taylor Bros., 
Ltd., 96.97. Sundries, 3.65 I.'^'IO 13 

Contracts. — Roy Beattie, Xo. 27-37B, tile drainage, Clarence and Xorth Planta- 
genet twps., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 2,970.00; Dibblee Construction Co., 
Ltd., Xo. 27-29, bituminous penetration, Xorth Plantasenet twp., Ottawa-Port 
Fortune project, 106,119.14; Geo. Farmer & Sons, Xo. 26-100, bituminous pene- 
tration, Goulbourn twp., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 7,712.00; Geo. Farmer 
& Sons, No. 26.160, concrete structures, Clarence, Plantagenet and Cumberjand 
twps., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 1,481.44; W. H. Harvey & Sons, Xo. 27-12, 
concrete pavement, Fitzroy and MacXab twps., Ottawa-Pembroke project, 
66.630.04; Edgar Irvine Co., Ltd., Xo. 26-94, bituminous penetration, Pembroke 
twp., Ottawa-Pembroke project, 52,500.51; Kilmer & Barber, No. 27-25, bitu- 

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Contracts — Continued 

minous penetration, Cumberland and Clarence twps., Ottawa- Port P'ortune 
project, 211,298.13; King & Holmes, No. 1188, crushed stone concrete pave- 
ment. North Gower twp., Ottawa- Prescott project, 4,444.80; Law Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 26-95A, bituminous penetration, North Gower twp., Ottawa- 
Prescott project, 27,164.30; MacKie & Whitmore, No. 27-52, grading, culverts 
and bridge abutments, Ross and Westmeath twps., Ottawa- Pembroke project, 
16,057.71; McDonnell, Dibblee & Covey, No. 26-144, bituminous penetration, 
Longueuil and Alfred twps., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 35,406.79: McDonnell, 
Dibblee & Covey, No. 1214, bituminous penetration, Clarence and North Planta- 
genet twps., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 2,528.98; Ontario Bridge Co., No. 
26-113, concrete structures, Huntley twp., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 432.99; 
Ontario Bridge Co., No. 27-66, steel extension to La Fontaine bridge, Clarence 
twp., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 1,066.00: Ontario Farmers' Drainage Co., 
No. 27-36, tile installation, Cumberland and Clarence twps., Ottawa-Port 
Fortune project, 14,501.70; Ontario Farmers' Drainage Co., No. 27-37A, tile 
drainage, Clarence and North Plantagenet twps., Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 
3,726.00; Geo. Farmer & Sons, No. 27-94, traffic bound macadam, Westmeath 
twp., Ottawa-Pembroke project, 3,600.00; St. Denis &. Mooney, No. 1260, 
concrete structures. North Plantagenet, Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 20,027.04; 
F. Stidwell, No. ll-Jil, tile drainage, Clarence and North Plantagenet twps., 
Ottawa-Port Fortune project, 6,604.60; R. C. Sutherland, No. 1257, grading, 
Horton twp., Ottawa- Pembroke project, 4,842.11 589,114 28 

Hardware. — F. L. Acres, 81.99; Geo. H. Bishop, 10.09; Cochrane-Dunlop Hard- 
ware, Ltd., 142.64; W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 86.63; Devine & Legree, 109.92; 
P. F. Guest, 29.88; Correl Heath, 71.35; Higginson & Stevens, 23.00; Robert 
Jones, 16.40; J. S. Moir & Son, 250.95; Charles McFaul, 67.18; E. Patenaude, 
63.30; L. P. Pattie, 28.77; Stevenson Bros., 54.92; Stevenson Hardware, Ltd., 
12.74; Taylor Bros., Ltd.. 18.94; E. Waters, 14.93; J. A. Wilson, 21.94; E. Wilson, 
15.25; A. Workman & Co., Ltd., 164.68. Sundries, 59.40 1,344 90 

Livery and Cartage. — Sundries 82 

Lumber. — L. S. Barrand, 164.51; Barrett Bros., Ottawa, 137.75; A. F. Campbell 
& Son, 175.71; Canadian International Paper Co., 90.84; Robert Carnegie, 10.58; 
M. N. Cummings, 12.10; W. H. Eady, 15.00; W. F. Frazer, 29.77; George 
Freeland, 11.20: The Hawkesbury Lumber Co., Ltd., 198.00; John Hodgins, 
26.00; David W. Johnston, 41.85; John Lytle, 72.00; Wm. Lytle, 957.36: McKay 
Bros., 44.25; Pembroke Lumber Co., Ltd., 119.60; Sydney Pottinger, 1,469.75; 
Renfrew ^Manufacturing Co.. Ltd.. 22.98; J. J. Seeley, 25.00 3,624 25 

Miscellaneous. — W. A. Annable, rent of office, 10.00; The Art Metropole, survey 
supplies, 83.60; C. F. Atchison, garage rent, 42.00; The Barrett Co., Ltd., 
bituminous materials, 4,025.06; Beattie Bros., tile, 816.67; Roy Beattie, tile, 
2,173.97; The Bell Telephone Co., services, 1,039.12; Bituminous Spraying & 
Contracting Co., Ltd., surface treatment, 674.73; The Brick & Tile Supply Co., 
tile, 34.50; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., steel, 41.77; Bernard Cairns, Ltd., 
marking devices, 20.60; Campbell Motor Sales, garage rent, 10.00; Campbell 
Steel & Iron Works, Ltd., garage rent, 40.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, , 

48,242.75; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., iron supplies, 404.68; Canada Wire & '< 

Cable Co., Ltd., wire rope, 384.71; Canadian National Rlys., freight, 4,332.52; i 

rental of sidings, 168.57; Canadian National Telegraphs, services, 49.62; Can- | 

adian Pacific Rly. Co., freight, 5,721.05; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., | 

wire gates, 82.95; L. J. ConnifTe, signs, 72.00- J. Curry, garage rent, 45.00; ' 

Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., steel, 87.00; Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., tile, | 

732.90; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., machinery parts, 241.50; Frost i 

Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., fencing, etc., 3,326.23; General Supply Co., of Canada, [ 

cable, 597.90; W. W. Gray, fencing, 345.60; The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
wire rope, etc., 247.45; W. H. Harvey, making detour, 314.99; John Henderson, 
rental of land, 30.00; Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd., steel, etc., 51.85; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., bituminous materials, 41,438.36; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 
paints, 209.04; Instruments, Ltd., supplies and repairs, 125.32; Johnson- 
Gartlan, dust layer, 740.78; Wm. Johnston, cement, 32.50; Law^ Construction 
Co., Ltd., bituminous materials, 152.95; Lowe Bros., Co., Ltd., paint, 290.25; 
Thomas Lytle, braces, 11.20; W. D. Maxson, test holes, 314.10; Meaford Steel 
Products, Ltd., machinery parts, 305.57; The Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., centre joints, posts, etc., 161.00; The Model Incubator Co., snow fences, 
1,946.00; Walter Morrison, signs, 25.30; Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., bitu- 

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Residency No. 9^ — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

minous materials, 26.208.64; R. W. McBey, rental of cars, 49.20; McDonald 
& McLeod, straw, 39.00; McDonell, Diblilee & Covey, rental of truck, and 
stone, 424.05; McGregor & Mclntyre, expansion plates, 220.00; C. Nichelson, 
rent of tank, 12.00; McNab Township, damage to side road, 100.00; Ontario 
Bridge Co., Ltd., steel and expansion joints and painting, 2,024.07; Ontario 
Reformatory Industries, signs, 188.64; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., rent 
350.04; Ottawa Brick & Tile Supply Co., Ltd., tile, 16.00; The Peck Rolling 
Mills, Ltd., steel, 512.33; The Pedlar People, Ltd., steel, 4,005.18; Penman, 
Limited, pipe, 10.00; North Plantagenet Municipal Corporation, construction 
of drain, 243.30; Robt. T. Purves & Co., expansion joints, 18.14; Railway & 
Power Engineering Corp., Ltd., cable, 347.75; Russell Rural Telephone Co., 
moving poles, 62.75; St. Denis & Mooney, steel and painting, 633.22; Sanderson, 
Pearcy & Co., paint, 66.15; N. Slater Co., Ltd., eye-bolts, 10.19; Samuel E. 
Smith, damages, 35.00; A. ^L Spratt, cement, 48.75; J. Stanley & Sen, tile, 
355.15; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., eye-bolts, etc., 6,325.13; C. R. Stephens, 
garage rent, 20.00; Stevens Engineering & Supplies, steel, 33.49; John W. 
Woodside, damages to car. 10.00. Sundries, 89.91 162,701 74 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 159,056 64 

Stone, Gravel aud Screenings. — Robert Bartlev, 82.20; E. D. Brule & Sons, 
259.52; Canadian National Railwavs, 608.40; 'H. Edey, 359.00; Geo. Farmer 
& Sons, 1,238.70; R. R. Foster, 363.54; Grenville Crushed Rock Co., Ltd., 
724.36; F. G. Hun:phries, 29.20; Herman Kohlschmidt, 40.35: Robert Morrison, 
48.60; R. C. Sutherland, 4,568.13; Wright & Co., 71.18; Sundries, 4.80 



Travelling Expenses and Disbursements.— W. A. Anderson, 38.35; Albert 
Argue, 63.65; L. R. Bender, 54.60; W. E. Berry, 71.75; J. A. Bremner, 13.85; 
L.M.Clayton, 104.00; R. F. Cowan, 91.60; J. H. Dillane, 199.06; A.J.Ferguson 
15.65; T- V. Gleeson, 11.65; Geo. C. Godard, 55.90; H. H. Hamilton, 23.7