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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME 2 



THIRD SESSION OF THE FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1924 




VOLUME LX 



I 



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OCT 2 7 19 



14-15 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1924 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 

OF THE 

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



THIRD SESSION, FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 1924 



A 

Agricultural Credit — Report of H. M. 
Ton' 142 

Agricultural Instruction Act — Report 
under, 1922-23 44 

Agricultural Department: — 

Annual Report, 1922-23 16 

No. employees, 1914-1924. 184 

Number employees certain branches 184a 

Aii regulations, 1920— Order in Council 
amending 163 

Alcoholic beverages: — 
Convention between United Kingdom 

and United States 49 

Quantity and value of imports.. .. 195 
ils against convictions under Crim- _j 
inal Code — Rules of Provinces 50. 50a, 'oOb 

Appointments with salary of S3.000 or " 
more made by present Government '167 

Audit Board — Order in Council appoint- 
ing 115 

Auditor General — Annual Report, 1922- 
23 1 

Automobiles: 
In Government service, Ottawa . . . . 225 
Number purchased 1919-1924; upkeep 297 
Under seizure by Customs Department 235 

B 

Bait — Prohibition of purchase by Ameri- 
can vessel 106 

Bankruptcy Act — Amendments and ad- 
ditions to General Rules 51 

Barberry bushes — Destruction of in 

Prairie Provinces 299 

Supreme Court of N.S. — 
Payments to 104 

Beauchamp, Raoul — Infliction of la3ht° 
on 202 

Bell, J. L., Whitehorse, Y.T.— Removal 
from office 269 

Blake, Charles, Brandon, Man. — Em- 
ployment of 146 

Blue books, etc., issued by departments, 
1923 249 

Bonded warehouses for liquor, Halifax 
— Establishment 278 

Bonds or securities registered — State- 
ment 90 



Boyd, Wm, Kagawong, Ont. — Charges 
against 

Breakwater, Port La Tour, N.S.— Ex- 
penditures 

Breweries operating in Manitoba, 1915- 
1924 

Brickman, S., Sebringville, Ont. — Charges 
against 

British Empire Exhibition. Wembley:— 
Canadian Building — Allotment of 

space, cost, etc 

Correspondence re use foreign timber 
in construction of buildings.. .. 
Officials employed and in attend- 
ance 275, 

Britis'h'' preference — Correspondence be- 
twe'erf-'Prime Minister and British 
Governnient 

Buildings rented in Ottawa for Govern- 
ment purposes 

Business Profits Tax — Collections under 

By-Efections 1923— Report 



Cabinet Ministers' travelling exDenses, 
1920-23 

Calgary Power Co. — Power rights Banff 
National Park 

Campbell, D. D., O'Leary, P.E.I.— Dis- 
missal of 

Canada and Gulf Terminal Ry. Co. — 
Payment of double subsidy to 

Canada-United States treaty for supres- 
sion of smuggling operations 

Canadian Bank Note Co., Ltd. — Con- 
tracts with 211, 

Canadian Farmer, SS. — Inquiry into 
alleged casualty to 

Canadian Government Headquarters, 
London, Eng 123, 

Canadian Government Merchant Mar- 
ine — Reports and evidence, inquirv by 

H. Iv M. Temple 255, 

ii National Railv 
Agreements with organizations rail- 
way employees 

Correspondence of MP's, with offi- 
cials re employment, seniority, etc. 
Employees receiving yearly salaries 
S4,000 or over 



293 
220 

217 
296 

275a 
2756 
275a 

111 

216 
192 
34a 



280 

108 

303 

198 

251 

211a 

254 

123a 

255a 

273 
265 
131 



14-15 George V ■ Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1924 



Employees drawing salaries higher 

than superintendents 131a 

Financial statements by E. A. Field 

re land sales 197 

Freight handled in and out of Port- 
land, etc 145 

Hotels — financial statement of 14S 

Hotel Scribe— Purchase of 237 

Properties sold, 1922, 1923 149 

Tax payments to municipalities.. .. 140 
Vancouver Island section — data.. .. 270 
Workshops, St. Malo, P.Q.— Enquiry 240 
Canadian National Railway Act — Regu- 
lations, etc., under since Feb. 21, 1923 121 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: 
Freisrht handled in and out of St. 

John. NB 145 

Land sold year ended Sept. 30, 1923. . 72 
Canadian Petroleums, Ltd. — Agreement 

with Government 294 

Cattle embargo — Memorandum from 

Sir Robert Sanders, etc 112 

Cartage contract, Fort Osborne Bar- 
racks, Winnipeg 12S 

" Cave and Basin ", Banff— Acquisition 

by Dominion 109 

Chicago Drainage Commission — Illegal 

diversion of waters 180 

Civil Service : 

Employees, City and District of 

Quebec 103 

Employees, Mines, Lands and Yukon 

Branch, Dept. Interior 159 

Employees, Northwest Territories 

Branch, Dept. Interior 159 

Emplovees, Department of Agricul- 
ture." 184, lS4a 

Insurance — Statement of 56 

Positions exempted from power of 
appointment of Civil Service Com- 
mission 134, 250 

Postal Service salary revision. .2521, 

252a. 2526, 252c 
Regulations re hours of work, Ottawa 190 
Retirements, Public Service Act.. .. 91 
Salary revision — Order in Council . . 127 
Superannuation and Retiring Allow- 
ances, 1923 55 

Civil Service Commission: 
Annual Report, vear ended Dec. 31, 

1923 24 

Appointments made by in 1922-3-4.. 183 
Position? removed from control of 134, 250 
Regulations re hours of work in Civil 

Service. Ottawa 190 

Coal lease 2241. B.C 15S 

Coastal shipping regulations — Abroga- 
tion or suspension of 105 

Collison, B. W., Banff, Alta— Dismissal 

of 107 

Commissions. Royal, appointed by 

Borden Government 2S3 

King Government 169, 2S5 

Lauricr Government 282 

Meighen Government 2S4 

Convention between United Kingdom 
and United States re alcoholic bever- 
ages 49 



Convention between United Kingdom 
France, etc., relative damage suffered 
in Turkey by contracting powers.. 48 

Convention of Commerce between 
Canada, Belgium, Luxembourg.. .. 281 

Copyright Act: 

Administration of 41 

Rules and forms under 40 

Country elevators Rules and regu- 
lations 82 

Cox, C. A., Alberni, B.C.— Dismissal of 165 

Criminal Code — Rules of Provinces re 
appeals against convictions.. 50, 50a, 506 

Customs and Excise — Annual Report, 
1922-23 3 

Customs Officer, New York — Appoint- 
ment of 300 



D 



Daly Building, Ottawa — Purchase.. .. 259 

Denovan, R., Yorkton, Sask. — Claim of 
Government against 122, 122a 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act — Regu- 
lations under 43 

Disallowance of Mineral Tax Act, 
Alberta 179, 179a 

Diversion of waters from Great Lakes 
by Chicago Drainage Commission . . ISO 

Dominion Atlantic Railway — Applica- ' 
tion for curtailment of service.. .. 132 

Dominion Canners, Limited — Contracts 
with Government 312 

Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks 
Act — Orders in Council 77 

Dominion Lands — 40 mile railway belt, 
B.C.— Orders in Council 80 

Dominion Lands — Leases, licenses, per- 
mits cancelled 92 

Dominion Lands Act — Orders in Coun- 
cil 76 

Dominion Lands Survey Act — Orders in 
Council 79 

Dorchester Penitentiary — Employees, 
etc 231 

Drugs, Narcotic: 
Improper handling in B.C. by R.C. 

M.P 233, 233a 

Seizures in B.C. under authority R.C. 
MP 289 

Dumping duty: 

Importations applied to 218 

Orders and regulations re 227, 227a 



E 



Eggs — re regulations respecting grading 
and marking 154 

Egg Marking Act — Breaches of regula- 
tions in B.C 154a 

Elections, By-, 1923— Report 34u 

Electoral Officer, Chief — Report for 
1923 34 

Electric lamps — Importations from Hol- 
land 277 

Enemy Property Custodian — Amounts 
received by from enemy countries.. 253 



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A. 1924 



Estimates: 

Main, 1924-25 114 

Supplementary. 1924-23 114a 

Exchequer Court — General Rules and 
and Orders 69 

Exhibitions and fairs — Expenditures on 156 

Experimental Farms, Dominion — Report 
of Director, 1922-23 42 

Experimental Farms. Kentville and 
Nappan, X.S 155 

Exports of oleomargarine — Quantities, 
etc 116 

Exports to Great Britain receiving bene- 
fit McKenna duties 264 

External Affairs — Annual Report, 1922- 
23 25 



Farmers — Number in each province.. .. 263 

Federal Appeal Board: — 

Names of members, staff, etc 124a 

Neurologists, training of 207 

Medical advisers; war records 207 

Trips of Members of Board, etc.. .. 124 
War record of Members of Board.. 124b 

Fordham. R., Prince Albert, Sask. — Ap- 
pointment of 223 

Field, E. A. — Financial statements by 
re Canadian National Railway land 
sales 197 

Fisheries. Chief Inspector of, B.C. — 
Abolition of position 226, 226a 

Freight rate concessions to Maritime 
Provinces 139 



Gauthier, L. Matane, P.Q. — Inquiry re 279 

Germain, L., Montreal Post Office — In- 
quiry re 313 

Gibbs. E.. Four Roads, N.B. — Dismissal 
of.. .. 302 

Grain Commissioners, Board of — Report 
year ended August 31. 1923 11 

Grain Inquiry Commission. Royal — In- 
terim Report 2S7 

Grain shipped from Canadian and 
United States ports — Reports of L. H. 
Boyd and G. Serls 147 

Grand Trunk Railway Co. — Report of 
Commissioner Honeywell re pay- 
ments to officers, etc 99 

Gouin, Sir Lomer, K.C.M.G., MP.— 
Resignation as Minister of Justice.. 46 

Governor General's warrants — State- 
ment of 53 



H 



Hardinge, Major J. B., Punnichy, Sask. 

Suspension and resignation 26S 

Harbours, Government — Tolls collected 

1923 89 

Harbour improvements, Belle River, 

Ont 174 

Harbour improvements, Vancouver — 

Contracts let 248 



Health Department: — 

Annual Report, 1922-23 19 

No. employees, names, salaries.. .. 137 
Hector Celebration, Pictou, N.S..215, 215a 
Home Bank of Canada: — 

Correspondence, etc., since Jan. 1, 
1922 100c 

Orders in Council providing for in- 
vestigation into failure 100, 100a 

Petition of depositors 1006 

Report (Interim) of Commissioner 

McKeown 100^ 

Hoppe Coal leases — Correspondence 

with J. A. Schryburt 262 

Hot Springs, Banff, Alta.— Acquisition 

by Dominion 109 

Hotels operated by Canadian National 

Railway 14S 

Hotel Scribe, Paris, France — Purchase 

of 237 

Hudson Bay Railway: — 

Engineers' Reports and Correspond- 
ence 234a 

Reports of resident engineer or staff, 
Fort Nelson . ._. . . 234 

I 

Immigrants: — 
Contract svstem for feeding of at 

Port of Quebec 213 

Overcharging of for sunplies at Port 
of Quebec ._.... 186 

Immigration Department officials — 
Transfer of 117 

Immigration staffs in Great Britain, etc. 141 

Immigration and Colonization — Annual 
Report. 1922-23 13 

Imperial Conference, 1923: — 
Advisors to Canadian representatives 133 
Appendices to Summary of Proceed- 
ings 37a 

Summary of Proceedings 37 

Imperial Economic Conference, 1923:— 
Advisors to Canadian representatives 133 
Correspondence re preferential duties 111 
Record of Proceeding? and documents 36 
Summary of Conclusions 36a 

Importations of calf and cattle skins, 
etc 116 

Importations from Great Britain. 1923. 
receivine benefit preferential tariff.. 25? 

Indians — Regulations respecting 95 

Indian Act — Enfranchisements under.. 73 

Indian Affairs — Annual Report. 1922-23 14 

Indian lands— Remissions on sales of.. 96 

Inland Lake Freights Act — Correspond- 
ence re 162 

Income tax collections since inception.. 194 

Inrpr-Allied Conference — Communica- 
tions re representation of Dominion 309 

Interior Department — Annual Report, 
1922-23 12 

Internal Economv. House of Com- 
mons — Report of Commissioners, 1923 45 

International Labour Conference, Gen- 
eva,. 1923 — Recommendation 85 

Interparliamentary Union — Invitation to 
meet in Washington, D.C 143 



82852— li 



14-15 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1924 



Insurance — Report of Superintendent, 
1922 84 

Insurance, Civil Service — Statement of 56 

Intoxicants taken into Northwest Ter- 
ritories under permit 71 

Irrigation Act — Supplementary rules, 
etc... under "5 

Isenberg leases — Correspondence with 

J. A. Schryburt 262a 

J 

Jaffrav. Rev. R. A. — Capture by Chi- 
nese bandits 290 

Japanese Immigration — Correspondence 
between Japanese and Canadian Gov- 
ernments 113 

Jeanne d'Arc, Vessel — Seizure and re- 
lease 271 

Juneau, W., La Tuque, P.Q. — Dismissal 
of 260, 260a 

K 

Kootenay Flats, B.C. — Reclamation of 295 
L 

Labour Department — Annual Report, 
1922-23 .. 26 

Land valuation (municipal, farm) in 
each province 263 

Land sold bv CJP.R. year ended Sept. 
30, 1923.. ' 72 

Lashes — Appeals against sentences pro- 
viding 202 

Lavoie^T., St. Gedeon, P.Q.— Dismissal 
of 272 

Lausanne Conference and Treaty — Tele- 
grams re. . ; 232 

League of Nations — Report of Canadian 
Delegates, 4th Assembly. 1923.. .. 35 

Legal services — Pa3Tnents bj' depart- 
ments for in Alberta 125 

Lemelin, F. X., St. Francois, He 
d'Orleans. P.Q .—Dismissal 182 

Levesque. J. Bte., Trois Pistoles, P.Q — 
Suspension 205, 205a 

Library of Parliament — Appendix to 
Annual Report. 1923 38 

Lightkeeper. Cedars Light, St. John 
River, NJB. — Appointment 175 

Liquor: — 

Convention between United Kingdom 

and United States 49 

Bonded warehouses, Halifax 278 

Export houses, Saskatchewan — Li- 
censes 245 

Importations into B.C.. 1922-23.. .. 301 
Quantity and value of imoorts.. .. 195 

Loan and Trust Companies: — 

Abstract of Statements 58c 

Annual Report, 1922-23 58 

Lobster factory on Government wharf, 

Cane Traverse, P.E J 257 

Lobster fishery regulations, N.B.— en- 
forcement of 266, 266n 

i er fishing, Co. Gloucester— Grant- 
ing Fall season 201 



M 



Mail carriage between Whitehorse and 

Dawson, Y.T 

Manufacturers — Xo. in each province.. 
Marine and Fisheries: — 

Annual Report (Fisheries) 1922-23.. 

Annual Report (Marine) 1922-23.. .. 
Michaud, Dr. L. N., Seven Island-. 

P.Q. — Nomination as Indian agent.. 
Migratory Birds Convention Act — 

Orders in Council 

Military clothing sold by Government.. 
Military Hospital, Ste. Anne de Belle- 

vue — Physicians 

Militia Service— Annual Report 1922-23 
■Mines Department — Annual Report 

1922-23 

Mineral Tax Act, Alberta — Disallow- 
ance of 179, 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses — 

Statement 

Mitchell, Walter G. — Resignation of as 

MP 

Monk, C.W.— Petition on behalf of.. 
Motor cars in Government Service, 

Ottawa 

Mc 

M i .ilonald, Hon. E. M— Public state- 
ments of re freight rates 

MeGibbon. Dr. R. A. — Retirement of.. 

McLean, Hon. A. J. — Lease to on 
Peigan Indian Reserves 

McLean, D. S., Darby Point. N.S.— Dis- 
missal of 

N 

Xational Battlefields Commission — Fi- 
nancial statement, 1922-23 

National Gallery of Canada — Annual 
Report, 1922-23 

Xational Defence: — 
Appointments, promotions, retirements 
Commissioned officers at Ottawa . . 

General Orders.. , 

Militia Orders 

Militia Service — Annual Report, 1922- 

23 

Properties purchased, 1914-1921 . . 

Xaval base, Singapore — Correspondence 
with British Government 

Xaval Service: — 

Annual Report, 1922-23 .. .. 

Orders in Council 67, 67a, 676, 

Newspapers — Payments to for printing 
and advertising 

Noonan, A., Albany, PJEJ.— Dismissal 



of.. .. 

Nova Scotia Government— Correspond- 
ence from re transportation, etc. 221, 

O 

O'Halloran, G. F., Commissioner of 

Patents — Order in Council re 

Officials, Government, permanently em- 
lyed in Great Britain 



229 
263 

29 
28 

2S6 



209 

166 

17 

15 

179a 

54 

212 
230 

225 



239 
1S9 

238 

1S8 



59 

83 

65 

164 

64 

66 

17 
210 

185 

17a 
67c 

224 

241 

221a 



41 
275 



14-15 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1924 



Oil industry, Ontario — Investigation bv 
Dr. G. S". Hume 307 

Opium and Narcotic Drug Act: — 

Convictions under 176 

Reports from officer commanding 
R.C.M.P., Vancouver, re violations 288 

Ordinances of Yukon Ty., 1923 68 

Ore-testing plant — Establishment of in 
B.C 153 

Ottawa Improvement Commission — Re- 
port 1922-23 97 

Ottawa Wine Vaults — Purchase of.. .. 138 



Pacific Construction Co. — Contracts with 
Vancouver Harbour Commission.. .. 256 

Parliament Building reconstruction : — 

• Contracts with P. Lvall & Sons Con- 
struction Co., Ltd 119 

Correspondence with architects re com- 
pletion of work 1196 

Order in Council providing additional 
compensation for architects 119<i 

Patent Act — Administration of 41 

Patent Commissioner — Annual Report, 
1922-23 9 

Peace Treaties Acts— Orders in Council 
under 86 

Penitentiaries— Annual Report, 1922-23 20 

Pension Act — Classes of persons entitled 
under 129 

Pension Board — Medical advisers; war 
records 207 

Pensions and Re-establishment, Royal 
Commission — Second Interim Report 
on Second Part of Investigation.. .. 203 
Final Report on Second Part of In- 
vestigation. . 203a 

Port Joli-Sable Island Road. N.S.. .. 193 

Ports of Vancouver, Toronto, etc. — Ex- 
penditures on 171 

Post Offices:— 
Belleisle Creek, N.B.— Closing of.. .. 191 
Despres Road, N.B. — Closing of.. .. 135 

Post Office building, Quebec, P.Q.— 
Claims of contractor re payments.. 306 

Postal Service salary revision. .252, 252i7. 

2.526, 252e 

Postmaster, St. Gedeon. P.Q. — Dismissal 
of 242 

Postmaster, Wainwright, Alta. — Ap- 
pointment of 246 

Postmaster General — Annual Report, 
1922-23 30 

Power dam Morrisburg, Ont. — Construc- 
tion of 157 

Production in Canada of wheat, meat, 
etc. — Value 214 

Property, real, owned by Dominion, 
Halifax and vicinity 173 

Properties purchased by Militia Departs 
ment, 1914-1921 210 

Properties rented in Ottawa for Govern- 
ment purposes 216 

Publications issued by Departments, 
1923 249 



Pulpwood: — 

Embargo on — Communications.. .. 177 

Report of Royal Commission 310 

Royal Commission — Data re 178 

Public Accounts — Annual Report, 1922- 
23 

Public Archives — Report for year 1923 

Public building, Arnprior — Repairs 
to 243, 

Public building, Buctouche, N3. — Pro- 
posed 

Public Printing and Stationery— Annual 
Report, 1922-23 27 

Public Service Act — Retirements under 

Public Works— Annual Report, 1922-23 



2 
23 

247 

152 



HI 
31 



Quilty, Private John J.- 
discharge 



-Enlistment and 



R 



Radiotelegraph regulations — Amend- 
ments 87, 87a, 

Railways and Canals — Annual Report, 
1922-23 

Railway Belt Water Aot — Orders in 
Council 

Railway branch line between Buctouche 
and Richibucto 130. 

Railway Commissioners, Board of — An- 
nual Report, 1922-23 

Reclamation Act: — 
Drainage works constructed under.. 
Regulations 

Remissions and refunds of customs du- 
ties, excise taxes, sales taxes 

Returned Soldiers' Insurance — State- 
ment, 1922-23 

Revenues of Government derived from 
Toronto 

Rifle sights or bases — Contract for.. .. 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police: — 
Charges against re improper handling 

of drugs in B.C 233, 

Commissioned officers at Ottawa . . 
Report year ended Sept. 30, 1923. . . . 
Termination of service of members, 
Victoria 

Royal Commissions appointed by 

Borden Government 

King Government 169, 

Laurier Government 

Meighen Government 

Royal Society of Canada — Financial 
statement 

Rudd & Co., SJR. — Correspondence of 
re public building, Arnprior 

St. 

St. Lawrence Waterway project: — 
Canadian National Advisory Com- 
mittee 

Correspondence between Canada and 

United States 101, 101a, 

Establishment of dams for develop- 
ment of water powers. .1016, 101c, 
Joint Board of Engineers.. ..101c, 



151 

876 

32 

94 

130a 

33 

74 
93 

70 

57 

156 
236 



233a 

164 

21 

291 

283 

285 
282 
284 

98 

243 



101/ 
lOle 
101a" 



14-15 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1924 



Power dam, Morrisburg, Ont 157 

St. Margaret's Bay Road, N.S — Con- 
struction 199 



S 



Sales Tax — -Orders or rules making ex- 
emptions or rebates 222 

Sardine herring fishery, N3. — Sale and 
price 110 

Scientific and Industrial Research Coun- 
cil:— 

Annual Report, 1922-23 81 

Financial statement, 1922-23 81« 

Secretary of State — Annual Report, 
1922-23 22 

Sequestrators, official— Fees payable to 200 

Shareholders, Canadian chartered banks 60 

Shareholders, Quebec savings banks. . .. 62 

Sheba. SS.— Log book of 228 

Shipping (Navigation and Shipping) — ■ 
Annual Report, 1922-23 4 

Ships — -re bond for construction of two 
at Prince Rupert 298 

Singapore naval base — Correspondence 185 

Six Nations Indians — Report of Com- 
missioner A. T. Thompson, etc.. .. 308 

Sloan, J., Mattaw^a, Ont. — Indemnity 
account accident 150 

Smelt fishins season, N.B. — Extension.. 20S 

Soulanges Canal — Employees 161, 161u 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment: — 

Annual Report, 1923 18 

Employees. St. John. N.B 244 

Soldiers, returned, appointed by Civil 
Service Commission 168 

Soldier Settlement Board: — 

Data as to staff, loans, lands, etc.. .. 52.c 
Second Report 52 

Soldier settlement scheme — No., etc., 

abandoning 52b 

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union of — 
Recognition by Canada 274 

Statistician, Dominion — Annual Report, 
1922-23 10 

Steamship companies receiving Govern- 
ment subsidies 120 

Steamship service. P.E.I, and Magdalen 
Islands — Subsidy contracts 181, 181a 

Steel workers, Sydney, N.S. — Report of 
Commission 39 

Superannuation and Retiring Allow- 
ances, Civil Service. 1923 55 

Supplies for immigrants — Overcharging 
Port of Quebec." 186 



Trade and Commerce — Annual Report, 

1922-2:3 5 

Trade Commissioners: — 

limits fur appointment 305 

Necessity of being university graduate 
to secure annointment 304 



Trade of Canada (Imports and Ex- 
ports)— Annual Report. 1922-23.. .. 6 

Travellings, expenses of Cabinet Minis- 
ters 280 

Treasury Board over-rulings— Statement 
of 53 

Treaties: — 
Canada and United States for sup- 
pression of smuggling operations.. 251 
Commerce and Navigation between 

Great Britain, Ireland, Finland. . .. 261 
Turkish Peace Settlement 47, 48 

Trotter, W. L., Sheguinadah, Ont.— 
Charges against 292 

Turkish Peace Settlement 47, 48 

U 

Unclaimed balances, etc., Canadian 
chartered banks 61- 

Unclaimed balances, Quebec savings 
banks 63 

Unemployment relief — Expenditures on 267 

Union Club Building, London Eng. — 
Acquisition by Government 123 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics — 
Recognition by Canada. 274 

United Church of Canada Bill— With- 
holding of assent bv Lieutenant- 
Governor of N.S 276 

V 

Vancouver harbour improvements — Con- 
tracts 248 

Velvets, velveteens, etc. — Imports. . . . 126 
Vessels carrying intoxicating liquor for 

export — Clearance for 311 

Viaduct, Toronto — Construction of.. .. 172 

Victoria Bridge, Montreal — Traffic data 144 
Victory bonds — Responsibility of banks 

in holding 136 

W 

Water storage dams on Ottawa River 
and tributaries 118 

Watters. J. C— Employment of 219 

War material furnished to British 
Government by Canada 102 

W< i'.dits, Measures. Electricity Gas 
Services— Annual Report. 1922-23.. .. 8 

Wharf. Buctouche Bay, N.B. — Proposed 
construction 206 

Wharf, St. Placide. P.Q.— Purchase of 196 

Wharves, piers, breakwaters — Leases of 88 

Wharves, piers, warehouse, Moser's 
River. Co.' Halifax, N.S 204 

Woodward elevator, Vancouver, B.C. — 
Leasing of. etc 187. 187a, 2.56 

Workshops, St. Malo, P.Q. — Inquiry in- 
to management 240 

Y 

Yukon Council — Sessional indemnity.. 160 
Yukon Territory — Officials and em- 
ployees 170 



14-15 George V List of Sessional Papers A. 1924 



LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged j'n Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates alien. Ordered and 
when -presented to the Houses oj Parliament; the Name oj the Senator or Member 
who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to be Printed or not 
Printed. Also those printed but not presented. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1 

(This volume is bound in three parts). 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the vear ended March 31, 1923. — Vol. 1, Parts 

a-b-c— A to J; Volume H, Parts K toSS; Volume III. Parts T to ZZ. Presented 
March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2 

2. Public Accounts of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1923. Presented 

March 6. 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing accounts of revenue 

with statements relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of 
Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Shipping Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing the Statements 

of Navigation and shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1923. Presented" March 3, 1924. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Thirty-first Annual Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal 

year ending March 31, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3 

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

the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. Not presented. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4 

8. Annual Report of the Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Sen-ices 

of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1923. Presented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10. Annual Report of the Dominion Statistician, for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

11. Report of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada, for the crop year ended 

August 31, 1923. Presented May 13, 1924 Printed jor distribution. 

12. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1923. Presented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Annual Report of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended March 31. 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Annual Report of the Department of Mines for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. 

nted March 3, 1924 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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16. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 

March 31, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Report of the Department of National Defence, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 

1923— Militia Service. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

17a. Report of the Department of National Defence, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1923— Naval Service. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Report of the work of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, for the 

year ending December 31, 1923. Presented March 17, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution, and sessional papers. 

19. Report of the Department of Health, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. Pre- 

sented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

20. Report of the Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1923. Presented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

21. Report of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5 

22. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1923. Pre- 

sented March 3. 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Report of the Public Archives for the year 1923. Presented July 2, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

24. Fifteenth Annual Report of the Civil Sen-ice Commission of Canada for the year 

ended December 31, 1923. Presented July 3, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

26. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923, Pre- 

sented March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6 

27. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationer}' for the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Fifty-sixth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year 

1922-23 — Marine. Presented March 4, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

29. Fiftv-sixth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of Marine and 

Fisheries, for the year 1922-23. Presented March 4. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

30. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended March 31, 1923. Presented 

March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

31. Report of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control, for the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Railwavs and Canals, for the fiscal year from 

Ai.nl 1, 1922, to March 31, 1923. Presented March 7. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

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33. Nineteenth Annual Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the 

year ended December 31, 1923. Presented (manuscript) March 10. 1924. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

34. Report of the Chief Electoral Officer for 1923. Presented February 28, 1924. 

Not printed. 

34a. Report, on By-Elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 
1923, Presented February 28, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7 

35. Report of the Canadian Delegates to the Fourth Assembly of the League of Nations, 

Geneva, September 3 to 29, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Record of Proceedings and Documents, Imperial Economic Conference of representa- 

tive of Great Britain, The Dominions, India, and the Colonies and Protectorates, 
held in October and November, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

36a. Summary of Conclusions, Imperial Economic Conference, 1923. Presented March 3, 
1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

37. Summary of Proceedings of the Imperial Conference, 1923. Presented March 3. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

37a. Appendices to the Summary of Proceedings, Imperial Conference, 1923. Presented 
March 3, 1924 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

38. Appendix to the Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for 1923. Presented 

February 28. 1924 Not printed. 

39. Report of Commission appointed under Order in Council P.C. 1929, September 22, 1923, 

to enquire into the Industrial unrest among the Steel Workers at. Sydney, N.S. 
Presented February 28, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

40. Copy of the Copyright Rules and Forms, 1924, adopted under the authority of the 

Copyright Act, 1921, as amended, 1923. Presented February 28, 1924, 

Presented in printed jorm. 

41. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 22, dated 9th January, 1924, providing for the adminis- 

tration of the Patent Act and the Copyright Act, by the Minister of Trade and 
Commerce; and confirming the appointment of G. F. O'Halloran, as Commissioner 
of Patents. Presented February 28. 1924 Not printed. 

42. Report of the Director of Dominion Experimental Farms for the fiscal year ended 

March 31, 1923. Presented February 28, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

43. Regulations under "The Destructive Insect and Pest Act." pursuant to Section 9, 

Chapter 31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented February 28, 1921 Not printed. 

44. Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," 1922-23, pursuant to Section 8, Chapter 

5 of 3-4 George V. Presented February 28, 1924 Not print: d. 

45. Report of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Internal Economy of the House 

of Commons for 1923, pursuant to Rule 9. Presented March 3, 1924 Not print* ,1. 

46. Correspondence between the Honourable Sir Lomer Gouin, K.C.M.G., M.P.. and the 

Prime Minister concerning the former's resignation as Minister of Justice. Presented 
March 3, 1924 Not pri 

47. Copies of the Imperial print containing the recent Treaty of Peace with Turkey, and 

other instruments, signed at Lausanne on the 24th July, 1923, together with the 
Agreements between Greece and Turkey signed on January 30, 1923, and Subsidiary 
Documents forming part of the Turkish Peace Settlement. Presented March 3, 1924, 

I'n : i nit t! in print, il jorm. 

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48. Copy of Convention between the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Japan relative to 

to the Assessment and Reparation of Damage suffered in Turkey by the Nationals 
of the Contracting Powers, together with Protocol providing for Signature by 
Roumania, signed at Paris, November 23, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924 

Presented in printed form. 

49. Copy of a Convention between His Majesty the King and the President of the United 

States of America, dated 23rd January, 1924, in connection with the laws in force in 
the United States on the subject of alcoholic beverages. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

50. Rules adopted by the various provinces, relating to appeals against convictions or 

sentences, under the provisions of the Criminal Code of Canada. Presented March 
3 and 10 Not printed. 

50a. Copy of Further Rules of the Court of Appeal for Manitoba, respecting the granting 
of Bail upon appeals from convictions on indictments. Presented April 4, 1924. 

Not printed. 

50b. Rules adopted by the province of Saskatchewan relating to appeals against convictions 
or sentences, under the provisions of the Criminal Code of Canada. Presented 
April 29, 1924 Not printed. 

51. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1694, dated 25th August, 1923; Amendments and addi- 

tions to the General Rules under the Bankruptcy Act. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

52. Second Report of the Soldier Settlement Board on its activities and operations from 

April 1, 1921, to March 31, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924. Presented in printed form. 

52a. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1924. for a Return showing: 1. 
The total cost of administration of the Soldier Settlement Board, in each year since 
the institution of the Board. 2. The estimated total amount of interest which has 
been rebated or will be rebated to settlers under the Act of 1922. 3. The total 
number of employees each year since the formation of the Board. 4. How many 
loans have been made in each province in each year by the Board. 5. The total 
amount due by settlers in each province in each year. 6. The total amount paid 
by soldier settlers in each province in each year. 7. In how many cases the Board 
purchased lands for the settler. 8. On what terms these lands were sold to soldier 
settlers. 9. In how many of these cases the settler has abandoned his farm. 10. 
How much land has been purchased by the Board in each province, and for how 
many settlers in each province, and the total price paid for same. 11. Amount 
loaned in each province for purchase of stock and eo.uipment, and the average loan 
for each settler for this purpose, in each province. 12. The total number of salvage 
cases in each province, and the total amount owing to the Board under such cases 
at the time of salvage or abandonment: (a) for stock and equipment, (6) for lands. 
13. Amount previously paid to the Board in such cases by soldier settlers. 14. 
Amount of salvage lands resold, and the total sales price of these lands. 15. Value 
of the land still held by the Board at the purchase price. 16. Amount received 
from the sale of stock and equipment in salvaged cases. 17. In how many cases 
Miction sales have been held for land or equipment of soldier settlers. IS. On what 
terms salvaged lands are being sold to the public. 19. How many soldier settlers 
are now in arrears on their payments, and the total amount of such arrears. 20. 
Amount of future payments due to the Board: (a) by soldier settlers; (6) by 
civilians. 21. Total amount now held in the Soldier Land Settlement Assurance 
Fund. Presented May 6, 1924. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

52b. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May S, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. The 
number of settlers under the Soldier Settlement Scheme that have abandoned their 
farms. 2. The cost to the Government for land and equipment in all cases that 
hive been salvaged. 3. What disposition, it" any. was made of the land and equip- 
ment; if sold, what percentage of the orieinal cost was realized. 4. Number of cases 
where foreclosure proceedings were instituted by the Government. Presented May 

23, 1924. Hon. Mr. Gillis Not pr 

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53. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since la*t session of Parliament on 

account of 1923-24. Also, — Statement of the Auditor General respecting overrulings 
bv the Treasury Board on decisions of the Auditor General. Presented March 3, 
1924 Not printed. 

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

the 1st April, 1923, to the 28th February, 1924, in accordance with the Appropria- 
tion Act, 1923-24. Presented March 3, 1924 •. Not printed. 

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

year ended 31st December, 1923, under Chap. 17, R.S.C., 1906, showing name, rank, 
salary, age, service allowance and cause of retirement of each person superannuated 
or retired, also whether the vacancy has been filled by promotion, or by appoint- 
ment, and the salary of any new appointee. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

56. Statement in pursuance of Section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the year 

ending March 31, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

57. Statement of Returned Soldiers' Insurance, for the year ended 31st March, 1923. Pre- 

sented March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

58. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year 

ended December 31, 1922. — Loan and Trust Companies. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Presented in printed form. 

58a. Abstract of Statements of Loan and Trust Companies in Canada, for the year ended 
31st December, 1923. Presented May 20, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

59. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission for 

the year ended 31st March, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

60. Lists of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on Decem- 

ber 31, 1923, in accordance with section 114, chapter 32, Act of 1923 (The Bank 
Act) . Presented March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

61. Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in Canadian Chartered Banks, in accordance w-ith 

section 114, chapter 32, Act of 1923 (The Bank Act). Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

62. Lists of Shareholders in Quebec Savings Banks, made in accordance with section 58, of 

chapter 42, Act of 1913 (Quebec Savings Bank Act). Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

63. Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in Quebec Savings Banks — made in accordance with 

section 59 of chapter 42, Act of 1913 (Quebec Savings Bank Act). Presented 
March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

64. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between February 

1, 1923, and February 1, 1924. Presented March 3, 1924. Presented in printed form. 

65. Appointments, Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia and Canadian Expedi- 

tionary Force, from February 1, 1923, to February 1, 1921. Presented March 3, 
1924 Pre* nU d in printed form. 

66. Copies of Militia Orders promulgated between February 1, 1923, and February 1. 1924. 

Presented March 31, 1924 Presented in prinU d jorm. 

67. Copies of Orders in Council passed between May 31, 1923, and January 30, 1924, in 

respect to the Department of National Defence under the provisions ion 47, 

chapter 43, 9-10 Edward VII (Naval Service). Presented March 3. 1924. 

Not printed. 

67a. Copy of Order in Council, No. P.C. 420. 12th March. 1924. amending Regulations for 
the Organization and Government of Officers of the Royal Canadian Naval Res 
Presented June 23. 1924 Not printed. 

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676. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 553, dated 8th April, 1924— amending Par. (1) (c) and 
(d) of the Regulations for Officers of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
Presented April 29, 1924 Not printed. 

67c. Order in Council, P.C. 866, of the 30th May, 1924, authorizing the employment of two 
additional Petty Officers, Instrctors, R.C.N.V.R. Order in Council, P.C. 985 of the 
14th June, 1924, recommending the establishment of Regulations to govern the entry 
of Cadets in the Royal Canadian Navy. Presented June 23, 1924 Not printed. 

68. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory passed by the Yukon Council in the year 1923. 

Presented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

69. Copy of General Rules and Orders of the Exchequer Court of Canada, in accordance 

with the provisions of section S7 of the Exchequer Court Act. Presented March 
3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

70. Detailed statement of Remissions of Customs Duties, Excise Taxes and Sales Taxes 

and the Refund thereof, under Section 92, Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, 
through the Department of Customs and Excise, for the fiscal year ended 31st 
March, 1923. Presented March 4, 1924 Not printed. 

71. Return showing the number of permits granted to take intoxicants into the North 

West Territories, for the year ended December 31, 1923, in accordance with the 
provisions of the Revised Statutes, Chapter 62, Section 88. Presented March 3, 
1924 Not printed. 

72. Return showing all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the 

year ended 30th September, 1923, together with the names of the purchasers, in 
accordance with 49 Victoria, Chapter 9, Section 8. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

73. Statement showing the number of Enfranchisements under the Indian Act, from 1st 

April, 1923. to 31st January, 1924. Presented March 3, 1924 A T oi printed. 

74. Report under section 7 of the Reclamation Act, 9-10 George V, showing the drainage 

works constructed, the area of land reclaimed, the expenditure and money 
received from the sale or lease of Dominion Lands. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

75. Supplementary Rules, Regulations and Forms prescribed under the provisions of sec- 

tion 54 of the Irrigation Act. Presented March 3, 1924..: Not printed. 

76. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, 

between 1st January, 1923, and the 25th January, 1924, in accordance with the 
provisions of Section 77 of " The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-8 Edward 
VII. Presented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

77. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette 

between the 1st January, 1923, and the 25th January, 1924. in accordance with 
the provisions of Section 19, Chapter 10, 1-2 George V, — " The Dominion Forest 
Reserves and Parks Act." Presented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

78. Copies of Orders in Council passed between the 1st January, 1923, and the 25th January, 

1924, approving of regulations and forms prescribed in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 4, Chapter 18, 1917, " Migratory Birds Convention Act." Pre- 
sented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed form. 

79. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette between 

the 1st January, 1923, and the 25th January, 1924, in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 5 of "The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Edward VII. 
Presented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

80. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and 

in the Iiritish Columbia Gazette, between 1st January, 1923, and the 25th Janu- 
ary, 1924, in accordance with provisions of Subsection (d) of Section 38 of the 
regulations for the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dom- 
inion Lands within the 40-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. 
Presented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed jorm. 

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81. Report of the administrative chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scien- 

tific and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ending March 31, 1923. Pre- 
sented March 3, 1924 Presented in printed form. 

81a. Financial Statement of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial 
Research of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Not printed. 

82. Copy of Rules and Regulations of the Board of Grain Commissioners in respect to 

Country Elevators.. Presented March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

83. Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada, for the 

fiscal year ending the 31st March, 1923. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Presented in printed form. 

84. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year 

ended 31st December, 1922 — Volume I, Insurance Companies other than Life; 
Volume II, Life Insurance Companies. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Presented in printed form. 

83. Authentic text of a Recommendation adopted by the International Labour Con- 
ference at its Fifth Session, Geneva, October 22-29, 1923, concerning laws and 
regulations for the protection of workers. Presented March 3, 1924. 

Presented in printed form. 

86. Copies of Orders in Council, passed under various Peace Treaties Acts, as follows: — 

P.C. 521 and P.C. 522, dated 24th .March, 1923, re appointment of Mrs. J. Car- 
ruthers to International Labour Office; P.C. 971, dated 29th May, 1923, re appoint- 
ment of National Group re nomination of Judge to Permanent Court of Inter- 
national Justice; P.C. 1313, dated 17th August, 1923, re appointment of delegates 
to League of Nations Assembly; P.C. 1634, dated 17th August, 1923, re appoint- 
ment of delegates to International Labour Conference; P.C. 1847, dated 12th Sep- 
tember, 1923, re appointment of R. H. Coats, F.R.S.C., to International Labour 
Conference; P.C. 2042, dated 6th October, 1923, re appointment of delegates to Inter- 
national Labour Conference; P.C. 2477 and P.C. 2478, dated 22nd December, 1923, 
re appointment of Philippe Rov to International Labour Conference. Presented 
March 3, 1924 Not printed. 

87. Copy of the Radiotelegraph Act and Regulations issued thereunder, together with an 

amendment to subsection 7 of the Regulations — Amateur Experimental Station 
license fees. Presented March 4, 1924 iVoi printed. 

87a. Amendment to Radiotelegraph Regulation No. 1, Subsections 6 and 10 — Broadcast- 
ing Licenses. Presented March 21, 1924 Not printed. 

876. Radiotelegraph regulation No. 104 (c), amending regulation No. 104. Presented 
(Senate) July 19, 1924 Not printed. 

88. Return of leases of wharves, piers and breakwaters for the year 1923. Presented 

March 4, 1924 Not printed. 

89. Return of tolls and dues of Government harbours, for the year 1923. Presented 

March 4, 1924 Not printed. 

90. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the 

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return, submitted to the Parliament of 
Canada under section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada. 1906. 
Presented March 11, 1924 Not printed. 

91. Report of retirements under the Public Service Act, 1920, as amended, 1921, 1922 and 

1923, authorized by Orders in Council passed from January 1 to December 31, 1923. 
Presented March 11, 1924 Not printed. 

92. List of Leases, Licenses, Permits or other authorities cancelled under the provisions 

of Section 3, Chapter 21, of the Statutes of 1922, An Act respecting Notices of Can- 
cellation of Leases of Dominion Lands. Presented March 11, 1924 Not printed. 

93. Return in connection with Reclamation Act Regulations, under the provisions of Sec- 

tion 5, Chapter 5, Statutes of 1919. Presented March 11, 1924 Not printed. 

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94. Return in connection with Railway Beit Water Act, under 'provisions of Section 4, 

Chapter 45, Statutes of 1913. Presented March 11, 1924 Not printed. 

95. Return in connection with the Regulations respecting Indians under the provisions of 

Section 170, Chapter 81, of the "Revised Statutes. Presented March 11. 1924. 

Not printed. 

96. Return in connection with Remissions on Sales of Indian lands under the provisions 

of Section 88, Chapter 81, of the Revised Statutes. Presented March 11, 1924. 

Not printed. 

97. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1923. Presented March 13, 1924 Not printed. 

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

year ended April 30, 1923. Presented March 13, 1924 Not printed. 

99. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to investigate into all circumstances relat- 

ing to payments made by the Grand Trunk Railway Company to its officers, 
directors, etc., together with a copy of the evidence taken in respect thereto; also 
copy of Exhibits. Presented March 17 and 20, 1924 Not printed. 

100. Copy of amended Order in Council P.C. 412, of March 17, 1924, providing for an 

investigation into the failure of the Home Bank of Canada. Presented March 17, 
1924 A r o£ printed. 

100a. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 306, of February 23, 1924, providing for an investiga- 
tion into the failure of the Home Bank of Canada. Presented March 24, 1924. 

Not printed. 

100b. Copy of a Petition signed by the Executive Committee of the depositors in the 
Home Bank of Canada, presented to the Governor General in Council, asking for 
full indemnity against loss suffered by reason of the failure of the said Bank, dated 
23rd day of January, 1924. Presented March 27, 1924 A r ot printed. 

100c. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, petitions, telegrams and documents exchanged between the Government or any 
member thereof or any government official and the Management or any of the 
Directors of the Home Bank since January 1, 1922. Presented April 28, 1924. Sir 
Henry Drayton Not printed. 

lOOd. Interim Report of the Royal Commission appointed to investigate the failure of the 
Home Bank of Canada. Presented June 11, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members, and Sessional Papers. 

101. Copy of Correspondence exchanged between the Government of Canada and the 

United States of America in connection with the St. Lawrence Waterway Project. 
Presented March 17, 1924 Not printed. 

101a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th March, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence exchanged between the Government of 
Canada and that of the United States regarding the carrying out of the joint 
International report relating to the St. Lawrence Waterway. Presented April 1, 
1924. Mr. Church Not printed. 

1016. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March, 
1924, praying that he will cause to be laid before the House a copy of all memor- 
anda, correspondence, telegrams and other documents exchanged between the Gov- 
ernment of Canada or any of its members and other governments, corporations or 
individuals, since the first day of January, 1922, relating to the St. Lawrence Water- 
way Route, and the establishment of dams on the St. Lawrence for the develop- 
ment of certain water-powers. Presented April 1, 1924. Mr. Archambault. 

Not printed. 

101c, lOld. Supplementary Returns to an Address to His Excellency the Governor 
General of the 24th March, 1924, praying that he will cause to be laid before the 
Bouse a copy of all memoranda, oorreapondeaee, telegrams and other documents 
exchanged between the Government of Canada or any of its members and other 

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governments, corporations or individuals, since the first day of January, 1922, 
relating to the St. Lawrence Waterway Route, and the establishment of dams on 
the St. Lawrence for the devolopment of certain water-powers. Presented April 
28, May 5, 1924. Mr. Archambault. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

lOle. Further correspondence between Canada and the United States of America respect- 
ing the St. Lawrence Waterway Project — Appointment of a Joint Engineering 
Board. Presented May 9, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

101/. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 779, dated 7th May, 1924, constituting a Cana- 
dian National Advisory Committee to consider general^" whether or not the St. 
Lawrence Waterway project would, if completed, be beneficial to Canada. Pre- 
sented May 9, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

lOlg. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 778, dated 7th May, 1924, appointing Duncan- W. 
McLachlan. Olivier Odilon Lefebvre and ' Brigadier General Charles Hamilton 
Mitchell, to act on a Joint Board of Engineers respecting the improvement of the 
St. Lawrence Waterway. Presented May 9, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

102. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1922, for a return showing :1. 

Whether an inventory was taken of all war material furnished to the British Gov- 
ernment by Canada, when the late war was declared. 2. Nature of such shipments, 
and on what date they were shipped. 3. Whether this war material was paid for 
in kind or was it paid for in money. 4. Dates of these payments and their nature. 
Presented March 19, 1924. Mr. Vien Xot printed. 

103. Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923, for a 

Return showing: 1. Names of the Government employees, temporary or permanent, 
employed in the city and district of Quebec who have been dismissed between 
October 15, 1911, and December 25. 1921. 2. Names of those dismissed following an 
inquiry. 3. Names of those dismissed without an inquiry. 4. How many of these 
employees have been reinstated, and on what dates. Presented March 19, 1924. 
Mr. Cannon Xot printed. 

104. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 5th April, 1922, for a 

Return showing in detail the amount of money paid by the Government of 
Canada or any department thereof, to barristers and solicitors of the Supreme 
Court of Nova Scotia, between the 1st day of October, 1911, and the 30th day 
of January, 1922, both inclusive, for professional or other services. Also a copy 
of all bills of costs, expenses and charges of even- kind rendered by said barristers 
and solicitors to the Government, showing the amount or amounts paid in each 
instance. Also showing the names of barristers and solicitors employed during 
the aforesaid period, the work performed and the amount paid for every item of 
said work to each of said barristers and solicitors. Presented March 19, 1924. 
Mr. Martell Xot printed. 

103. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th May, 1923, for a copy 
of all correspondence, telegrams or other communications passing during the 
summer or fall of 1922 between the Dominion Government or any of its ministers 
or representatives and the Dominion Marine Association or any of its agents or 
representatives, or of any other person or persons whatsoever, in any way relat- 
ing to the abrogation or suspension of the Dominion Coastal Shipping Regulations, 
or in any way relating to the grain congestion at lake port* or Montreal, or to 
the alleged combine, or the imposition of exorbitant rates by shipping interests 
engaged in the grain trade. Presented March 19, 1924. Mr. Coote. . . .Xot printed. 

106. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th June. 1923. for a copy of all com- 
munications in connection with the prohibition of American vessels purchasine 
bait from netters and trap owners in the Maritime Provinces. Presented March 
19, 1924. Mr. Forke Xot prinU d, 

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107. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 11th April, 
1923, for a copy of all letters, papers, telegrams, Orders in Council and other docu- 
ments dealing with and relating to the abolition of the office or position of Police 
or Stipendiary Magistrate in the Rocky Mountains Park of Canada and dealing 
with and relating to the dismissal of B. W. Collison, Esq., of Banff, Alberta, from 
said office or position. Presented March 19, 1924. Mr. Shaw Not printed. 

103. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 
letters, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other documents, relating to an 
application made during 1922 by the Calgary Power Company for additional power 
rights and privileges in the Banff National Park. Presented March 19, 1924. Mr. 
Shaw Not printed. 

109. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

memoranda, correspondence, reports and other documents of all kinds, relating to 
the discovery of the "Cave and Basin" and the ''Hot Springs" at Banff, Alberta, 
and relating to the acquisition of said properties by the Dominion Government 
and the payment therefor. Presented March 19, 1924. Mr. Shaw Not printed. 

110. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, petitions, memoiandums, correspondence, reports of investigations, and 
other documents which have been received by the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries since 1920 concerning the sardine herring fishery in New Brunswick, 
particularly any matter with reference to the sale and price of said fish. Pre- 
sented March 19, 1924. Mr. Duff Not printed. 

111. Copy of correspondence between the Prime Minister of Canada and Members of the 

British Government in respect to the subject of proposed preferential duties put 
forward by the Government of Great Britain at the meeting of the Imperial 
Economic Conference, 1923. Presented March 19, 1924. , 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

112. Memorandum received by the Prime Minister of Canada from Sir Robert Sanders, 

Minister of Agriculture for Great Britain, and the reply of the Prime Minister to 
Sir Robert Sanders, on the subject of Cattle Embargo. Presented March 19, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members. 

113. Correspondence between the Japanese and Canadian Governments in respect to 

nese immigration. Presented March 19, 1924 Not printed. 

114. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on 

the 31st March, 1925. Presented March 19, 1924 Presented in printed form. 

114a. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for 
the year ending on the 31st March, 1925. Presented July 7, 1924. 

Presented in printed form. 

115. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 301, dated 23rd February, 1924, appointing a Board of 

Audit, under the provisions of The Board of Audit Act, 1923, the said Board to 
consist of the Auditor General, the Deputy Minister of Finance, George Edwards, 
Esquire, of the firm of Edwards, Morgan and Company, Toronto, and W, Garth 
Thomson, Esquire, of the firm of Marwick, Mitchell and Company, Montreal; and 
Extending the powers of the Board. Presented March 20, 1924 Not printed. 

116. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

The respective quantities, values and amount of duty collected, on the importations 
of calf and cattle skins, also the quantity and value of calf and cattle skins exported 
from Canada during the years ending March 31, 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923. 2. The 
respective quantities, values and duty collected on eggs imported, also the quantity 
and value of eggs exported from Canada, during tin' years ending March 31, 1920, 
1921, 1922 and 1923. 3. The respective quantities, values and duty collected on 
butter imported during the years above mentioned, also the quantity and value of 
butter exported. 4. The respective quantities, values and duty collected on the 
imports of pork and pork products such as fresh, salt, d and cured bacon and hams, 
lard, etc., also the exports of same for the years 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923. 5. The 
respective quantities, values and duty collected on imports of oleomargarine for 

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the years 1920. 1921, 1922 and 1923. 6. The respective quantities, values and duty 
collected on imports of material used in the manufacture of oleomargarine for 1920, 
1921, 1922 and 1923. 7. The quantities and values of the exports of oleomargarine 
for the years 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923. Presented March 20, 1924. Mr. Suther- 
land Not printed. 

117. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923, for a Return showing: 1. 

Whether a certain number of officials of the Immigration Department of New- 
Brunswick or elsewhere were transferred, last spring, to the Immigration Depart- 
ment at the Port of Quebec. If so, whether they understood and spoke the French 
language. 2. Whether it is the intention of the Immigration Department to trans- 
fer said staff this year. 3. Whether complaints were made by French-speaking 
immigrants and citizens, that a great number of said staff could not speak or under- 
stand the French language. 4. Salary paid to each of the said officials and employees 
for the immigration season. 5. How much is allowed to each for their expenses. 
6. Salary' paid to citizens of Quebec, who occupy similar positions to the ones occu- 
pied by these strangers transferred to Quebec. 7. Whether Mr. Joseph H. Byrne, 
caterer for the Immigration Department at Quebec, by virtue of a certain clause 
in his contract recently agreed upon with the Immigration Department, can employ 
French Canadians who do not speak English fluently. 8. Whether said Mr. Joseph 
H. Byrne, under his contract recently agreed upon with the Immigration Depart- 
ment, can offer for sale without special authorization, all products made by manu- 
facturers of the city of Quebec. Presented March 21, 1924. Mr. Lavigueur. 

Xot printed. 

118. Return to an Or<ier of the House of the 5th March, 1923. for a copy of all agree- 

ments entered into between the Government and any party relating to mainten- 
ance and operation of water storage dams on Ottawa River and tributaries, sur- 
veys in connection therewith and settlement of land damages. Presented March 
21, 1924. Mr. Parent Xot printed. 

119. Copy of contracts between the Dominion Government and the P. Lyall & Sons Con- 

struction Company, Limited, for the reconstruction of the Parliament Buildings 
made on the 29th day of September, 1916, and the 28th day of June, 1923. Pre- 
sented March 24, 1924 Xot printed. 

119a. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 567, dated 29th March, 1923, providing additional 
compensation for the architects of the new Parliament Building, Messrs. Pearson 
and Marchand. Presented March 24, 1924 Xot printed. 

1196. Copy of correspondence and agreement with the architects. Messrs. Pearson and Mar- 
chand, respecting the completion of the work on the new Parliament Building, 
Ottawa. Presented March 26, 1924 Xot printed. 

120. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March. 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Number of steamship companies receiving subsidies from the Government. 2. 
Names of thc-ss companies. 3. Amount of subsidy paid to each. 4. Under what 
conditions these subsidies are paid. Presented March 25, 1924. Mr. Woodsworth. 

Xot printed. 

121. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th March, 

1924, for a copy of all regulations and conditions passed by the Governor in Council 
under Section 11, Chapter 13 of the Statutes of 1919, being The Canadian National 
Railway Act, since the 21st of February, 1923. Presented March 26, 1924. Mr. 
MacLaren Not printed. 

122. 122a. Return and Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, letters and other, documents in the possession 
of the Government in connection with a claim held by the Government, against 
R. Denovan, of Yorkton, Sask., which claim covers a number of fines collected by 
him in his capacity as a Justice of the Peace in the province of Saskatchewan. 
Presented March 26, May 21, 1924. Mr. Campbell Xot printed. 

123. Copy of correspondence between the Prime Minister and the High Commissioner 
. and other officials of the Government, respecting the purchase of the Union Club 

Building, Trafalgar Square. London. England, as a Canadian Headquarters in Lon- 
don ; also memorandum re new premises ; also agreement re purchase of the same. 
Presented March 26, 1924 Xot printed. 

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123a. Copy of further correspondence between the Prime Minister and the High Commis- 
sioner, respecting the purchase of a building as a Canadian Government Head- 
quarters in London, England. Presented March 26, 1924 Not printed. 

124. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

What are (a) the dates of each and every trip of each respective member of the 
Federal Appeal Board; (o) the names of the cities and towns travelled to on each 
trip; (c) the Commissioner's and Secretarial Staff's travelling expenses on each trip; 
and (d) the names and regimental numbers of the soldiers whose appeals were 
heard on each trip. 2. Total travelling expenses of each respective member of the 
said Federal Appeal Board from the date of appointment to March 15, 1924, 
inclusive. 3. Number of appeal cases heard by each of said Commissioners. 4. How 
many cases (a) have been heard by a one man board; and (o) how many decisions 
of the Board of Pension Commissioners and Soldiers Civil Re-establishment have 
been reversed by a one man board. 5. How many of the decisions of the one man 
boards have been re-appealed by the applicants, the Board of Pension Commis- 
sioners or the Soldiers Civil Re-establishment. Presented March 27, 1924. Mr. 
Bowen Not printed. 

124a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 
Names of the members of the Federal Appeal Board, and the date of their appoint- 
ment. 2. Expenses for moving household effects of the members of the Federal 
Appeal Board paid by the Government. 3. Amounts of these expenses for each 
respective member. 4. Amounts of travelling allowance per day of the members 
of the said Board. 5. Names, salaries and duties of the personnel on the staff of 
the said Board. 6. Total expenditure for the members of the Board and their 6taff, 
from the date of appointment to March 15, 1924, inclusive. This expenditure to 
include salaries of the Members and staff, office rent, office furniture, heat, light, 
travelling expenses, railway warrants, and personal equipment. Presented March 

27, 1924. Mr. Simpson Not printed. 

1246. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 
The war record in Canada, in England and in France, of each of the members of 
the Federal Appeal Board appointed by the present Government. Presented March 

28, 1924. Mr. Ross (Kingston) Not printed. 

125. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

The amounts paid by the various departments of the Federal Government for 
legal services in the province of Alberta, from the 1st January, 1922, to the 1st of 
March, 1924. 2. The names of the lawyers or firms of lawyers to whom payments 
have been made and the amount paid to each. Presented March 27, 1924. Mr. 
Gardiner Not printed. 

126. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Amount of velvets, velveteens, silk velvet and plush not over 24 inches in width 
and silk fabrics not over 26 inches in width imported into Canada per month during 
the months of October, November and December, 1923, and January, 1924, (a) from 
all countries and (fa) from France, Italy and each of the other countries receiving 
" most favoured nation treatment." 2. Amount of velvets, velveteens, silk velvets 
and plush over 24 inches in width and silk fabrics over 26 inches in width imported 
into Canada per month during the same period, (a) from all countries and (fa) from 
France, Italy and each of the other countries receiving " most favoured nation treat- 
ment." Presented March 31, 1924. Mr. Ryckman. Not printed. 

127. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 530, dated 29th March, 1924, directing the Civil Ser- 

vice Commission, in conjunction with the Board of Audit and deputy heads of 
departments, to immediately undertake a revision of the salaries of the Civil Ser- 
vice of Canada; also copy of a Report of a sub-committee of the Privy Council 
having under consideration the question of hours, holidays and kindred subjects. 
Presented April 1, 1924 '. Not printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

The terms of the contract for cartasre for the Fort Osborne Barracks, Military Dis- 
trict No. 10, Winnipeg. 2. The name and address of the contractor. 3. Term of 
the contract. 4. The rate per hour for half, one, one and a half, two and three ton 
motor tracks, and the rate per hour for teams. Presented April 1. 1924. Mr. 

Woodsworth Not printed. 

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129. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated June 27, 1922, for a return showing: 1. What 

classes of persons, other than employees of the railways and persons entitled under 
- the Pension Act, Chapter 43 of 1919, are receiving or are entitled to receive pensions 
or superannuation allowances payable by the Government of Canada. 2. In what 
cases, if any, do persons entitled to such pensions or superannuation allowances 
contribute to the same, and in what proportions do they respectively contribute. 
3. Under what Statutes and Orders in Council are such pensions and superannuation 
allowances respectively authorized and regulated. Presented April 1, 1924. Hon. 
Mr. Tanner Not printed. 

130. 130a. Return and supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, engineering reports, estim- 
ates of cost and other documents relative to the proposed Railway Branch Line 
between Buctouche and Richibucto. in the County of Kent, New Brunswick. Pre- 
sented April 2 and 14, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

131. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March. 1924. for a return showing all 

employees of the Canadian National Railways receiving S4.000 per annum or over, 
with the salary of each. Presented April 2. 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

131a. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1924. for a return showing the 
names of all officials of the Canadian National Railway System, inclusive of super- 
intendents and officials or special employees drawing salaries higher than superin- 
tendents, together with the salary of each. Presented April 24, 1924. Mr. Doucet. 

Not printed. 

132. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March. 1924, for a copy of all minutes of 

evidence, documentary evidence, applications, letters, judgments, orders for judg- 
ments, arguments of Counsel, and other documents relating or in anywise appertain- 
ing to the application to the Railway Commission of Canada by the Dominion 
Atlantic Railway for leave to reduce railway train services between Kentville and 
Halifax in the Province of Nova Scotia, and in connection with the hearing of said 
application in Februarv. 1924, bv said Board of Raihvay Commissioners.' Presented 
April 2, 1924. Mr. Martell iXot printed. 

133. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924. for a return showing the 

names of all persons who acted in the service of, or as advisors to Canadian repre- 
sentatives at the recent Imperial Conference and Imperial Economic Conference in 

1923, together with the sum paid to each for such sen-ice and for expenses. Presented 
April 2, 1924. Mr. Ryckman Not prod, ,1. 

134. Copy of Report, for the year 1923 of positions excluded under the provisions of Section 

38B (2) from the operation of the Civil Sen-ice Act. 1918, as amended bv Chap. 22, 
11-12 Geo. V. Presented April 2, 1924 Not printed. 

135. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March. 1924. for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the closing of the Post 
office at Despres Road, Kent County, New Brunswick. Presented April 3. 1924. 
Mr. Doucet Not print* d. 

136. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924. for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, telegrams, agreements and other documents, exchanged between any person or 
persons, or corporations, or banks, and the Department of Finance or any other 
Department of the Government, relating to the responsibility and liability of th 
Banks in holding or keeping Victory Bonds issued in favour of private individuals 
or corporations. Presented April 4, 1924. Mr. Steedsman Not pr 

137. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1924. for a return showing: 1. The 

names of the Officials in the Department of Health at Ottawa, and their resp> 

ii s. 2. The number of persons in the employ of the said Department, inside 
and outside sen-ice. during the fiscal years 1921-22. 1922-23. 1923-24. Presented 
April 7. 1924. Mr. Anderson Not pr 

138. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March. 1924. fur a Return showing: 

1. \\ la iIm r the Government purchased within the last, year a property in Ottawa on 
York Street, known as the Ottawa Wine Vaults building. 2. If so, at what price. 
3. The previous city assessment on the building. 4. The owners of said building. 
•V With all the unoccupied Government property in Ottawa, what the Urgency was 

of purchasing this property. 6. What it is used for at. present. Presented April 8, 

1924. Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

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139. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams and other documents, passing in 
the year 1923 between the Prime Minister or the Government and the Government 
of New Brunswick, requesting freight rate concessions to the Maritime Provinces. 
Presented April 9, 1924. Hon. Mr. Baxter Not printed. 

140. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Whether the Canadian National Railways pays to the City of Montreal yearly 
any sum by way of taxation or otherwise in respect to property formerly belonging 
to the Grand Trunk Railway and now occupied and used by the Canadian National 
Railways. If so, how much and on what basis such payment is made. 2. The 
assessed value of such property before the same was taken over by the Canadian 
■ National Railways, and the rate at which the same was taxed. At what sum 
such property is rated to-day and whether any distinction as to assessment is made 
between it and other taxable property in the city. 3. What representations, if any, 
were made by any Minister of the Crown as to the future taxation by the City of 
Montreal of the properties of the Grand Trunk at or previous to the taking over 
of the same by the Canadian National Railways or the Crown. 4. What sums, if 
any, the Canadian National Railways pays to the City of Prince Rupert as taxes 
or otherwise in respect to Railway Terminals or other property formerly belonging 
to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company and now the property of the 
Canadian National Railways. 5. At what amount such properties are valued for 
assessment and at what rates they are taxed and whether such valuations and 
rates differ from those in respect to other taxable properties in the city. 6. Whether 
the Canadian National Railways pays any sums whether as taxes or otherwise to 
other cities and municipalities in Canada in respect to properties belonging to the 
Grand Trunk Railway or to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company. If so, what — 
giving places, and amounts paid in each. 7. Whether the Canadian National Rail- 
ways pays to the City of Portland, Maine, any sums as taxes in respect to the 
railway terminals and other properties in that city, formerly the property of the 
Grand Trunk Railway Company. If so, how much. At what value such property 
is assessed for city taxes and what rate it pays, and whether such valuation and 
rate differ from those in respect to other taxable properties in the city. 8. What 
payments, if any. are made by the Canadian National Railways to other muni- 
cipalities in the State of Maine, in respect to properties formerly belonging to the 
Grand Trunk Railway Company. 9. Whether the Canadian National Railways 
pays yearly to the City of Halifax by way of taxes or otherwise any sums in respect 
to the properties owned and used by it as Railway Terminals. 10. Whether the 
Canadian National Railways is leasing or renting to any persons for business or resi- 
dential purposes any of the properties expropriated b3' the Crown in connection with 
the extension of the Railway to the Ocean Terminals so called. If so, what 
revenue is derived therefrom, and whether any taxes are paid to the City of 
Halifax in respect to such properties. Presented April 10, 1924. Mr. Black 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

141. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Names of the officials and other employees of the Immigration staffs in (a) 
Great Britain; (b) Europe; (c) United States. 2. Cost of this service during the 
fiscal year 1923 in the countries mentioned. 3. What countries, if any, in Euiope, 
have been added to the preferred zone of immigration during the past year. Pre- 
sented April 14, 1924. Mr. Garland (Carleton) Not printed. 

142. Report on Agricultural Credit, by H. M. Tory, Administrative Chairman of the 

Honorarv Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, dated April 
4, 1924. ' Presented April 15, 1924. 

Printed for Sessional Papers and distribution to Senators and .1/cmbcrs. 

143. Copy of a letter received from the Agent of the Department of External Affairs 

of Canada at Washington, D.C., United States, enclosing copy of H. J. Resolu- 
tion 204, requesting the President to invite the Interparliamentary Union to meet 
in Washington City in 1925, and authorizing an appropriation to defray the 
expenses of the meeting, together with copy of Report No. 475. Presented April 
15, 1924 Not printed. 

144. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. The total amount of tolls collected in 1923. on the Victoria bridge between 
Montreal and St. Lambert. 2. The total expenditure on said bridge, in 1923, for 

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(a) maintenance, (6) salaries, (c) repairs. 3. The tolls collected on said bridge 
accruing from (a) railways, (b) electric tramways, (c) motor cars, (d) all other 
vehicles, (e) pedestrians. 4. How many motor cars crossed the bridge during 
said year. 5. How many motor cars crossed the bridge during the months of 
June, July, August, September and October, 1923, respectively. Presented April ■ 
16, 1924. Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1924, for a return showing (a) 

the number of tons of freight handled by the Canadian National Railways in and 
out of Portland during 1922 and also 1923; (6) the number of tons of freight 
handled by the same railway company during the same years in and out of St. 
John, New Brunswick, and in and out of Halifax; (c) the number of tons of 
freight handled by the Canadian Pacific Railway during the same years in and 
out of St. John, New Brunswick. Presented April 16, 1924. Mr. MacLaren. 

Not printed. 

146. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of corre- 

spondence dated July 14th, 1922, and July 28th, 1922, respectively, and addressed 
from Charles Blake. Barrister, of Brandon, Manitoba, to the Minister of Justice, 
relating to the withdrawal of professional work for the Government service form- 
erly performed by the said Charles Blake; and copies of the replies of the Minister 
of Justice to the letters mentioned above. Presented April 16, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Manion Not printed. 

147. Copy of the Reports of Leslie H. Boyd, Chairman of the Board of Grain Com- 

missioners, and George Serls, Chief Grain Inspector for Canada, on complaints 
received respecting the condition of grain shipped from Canadian ports and from 
United States ports in bond to Great Britain. Presented April 24, 1924. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

148. Return to Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing a state- 

ment of the financial operations of the various hotels operated by the Canadian 
National Railways during 1923. Presented April 24, 1924. Mr. Wilson. 

Not printed. 

149. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1924, for a return showing ail 

properties sold by the Canadian National System or any company incorporated 
therein or operated thereby during the years 1922 and 1923. and showing the dates 
of such sales, the names and addresses of purchasers and the consideration paid 
in each case. Presented April 24, 1924. Sir Henry Drayton Not printed. 

150. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1924, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents exchanged between the Government and Mr. 
John Sloan, Mattawa. Ontario, or his legal advisers, relating to the indemnity 
which he received due to the accident that happened to him while engaged on 
the Government works at Temiskaming Dam. Presented April 24, 1924. Mr. 
Lapierre Not printed. 

151. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1924, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, telegrams and other documents in the possession of the Govern- 
ment, with reference to the case of Private John J. Quilty, No. 3257368, so far as 
the same deals with his enlistment and discharge, and including any correspondence 
with the Canadian Pacific Railway with reference to an alleged forgery of documents 
in connection with his case. Presented April 24, 1924. Hon. Mr. Baxter. 

Not printed. 

152. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams, engineering reports, estimates and other documents 
relative to the proposed public building at Buctouche, Kent Countv, New Bruns- 
wick. Presented April 24, 1924. Mr. Doucet .' . .Not pn 

153. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March, 

1924, for a copy of all memoranda, correspondence, telegram- and other docu 
exchanged between the Government of Canada or any of its members and other 
governments, corporations, or individuals, relating to the establishment of an Ore- 
testing plant in the Province of British Columbia. Presented April '-'! 1921 Mr 
Humphrey X ot printed. 

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154. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 9th April, 

1924, for a copj 7 of all correspondence, telegrams, and other documents exchanged 
between the Minister of Agriculture of the Dominion, or any officer in his depart- 
ment, and the Minister of Agriculture of British Columbia, or any officer in his 
department, regarding the regulations respecting the grading and marking of 
eggs. Presented April 25, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Xot printed. 

154a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1924. for a copy of reports of 
inspectors of the Agricultural Department residing in British Columbia, to the 
Minister of Agriculture, or any of his officers in Ottawa, regarding breaches of the 
regulations of the Egg Marking Act from date of the passing of said Act to May 
1st, 1924. Presented June 16, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Xot printed. 

155. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th April, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, petitions and other documents between the Department of Agriculture 
and the Pure-Bred Stock Breeders of Nova Scotia, with regard to the experi- 
mental farms at Kentville and Nappan in the province of Nova Scotia. Pre- 
sented April 25, 1924. Mr. Bowen Not printed. 

156. Return to an Order of the House of the 10th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. The total revenues of the Government from the City of Toronto, including the 
Canadian National Railways, for the past three years, from (a) Post Office; 
(b) Customs and Excise; (c) Income Tax; (d) Sales Tax; (e) other Federal 
revenues than the above; (/) the revenues of Canadian National Railways (Toronto). 

2. What have been the grants to the Canadian National Exhibition and the Royal 
Agricultural Winter Fair for the past four years. 3. What sums have been spent 
within and without Canada on Fall Fairs and Exhibitions for the past four years, 
and for this year. Presented April 28, 1924. Mr. Church Not printed. 

157. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th March. 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, papers, applications, agreements, letters and 
other documents exchanged between the Government of Ontario and the Hydro 
Electric Commission of Ontario and the Government of Canada, relating to the 
construction of a power dam on the St. Lawrence River near the town of Morris- 
burg for the generation of electric power for the use of the people of the Eastern 
part of the Province of Ontario. Presented April 2S. 1924. Mr. Church. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

158. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March. 1924, for a copy of all 

spondence and other documents referring to coal lease 2241, and all correspondence 
between J. H. Thornton and the Department of Interior in reference thereto. Pre- 
sented April 28, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

159. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April. 1924, for a return showing 

(a) the number of officials employed at Ottawa in the Government of Northwest 
Territories Branch of the Department of the Interior; (b) the official classification 
of each of such officials; (c) the aggregate salaries paid said officials; (d) the same 
information as to officials employed at Ottawa in the Mining Lands and Yukon 
Branch of the Department of the Interior. Presented April 2S, 1924. Mr. Black 
(Yukon) Not printed 

160. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence between any officials of the Department of the Interior, and all other 
corn ssion of the Government, concerning the session il i 
of memb Yukon Council, such a 'ice being d : muary 

1st, 1922. Presented April 28, 1924. Mr. Black (Yukon) Not printed. 

161. 161a. Rrturn and supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March. 

1924, for a Return showing: 1. Names, ranks, occupation! ite of appoint- 

ment "s of the employees of the S • Canal, and where they are 

employed. 2, s of the candidates who applied for each of the positions 

-red in the aboi . and who recommended those who were appointed to 

(ill _,,,! vacancies. 3. In what localities notices were posted For application to said 

:ions filled January, 1921. 4. Who posted the said requests for applica- 
tions. Presented April 20 and May 15. 1924. Mr. Ouimet Not printed. 

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162. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents passing between the Government 
and American vessel owners, or vessel owners' organizations, since the passing of 
the Inland Lake Freights Bill, and relating to the carriage of freight on the Great 
Lakes and the compliance or non-compliance with the provisions of such Act. Pre- 
sented April 29, 1924. Mr. MacKelvie. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

163. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 611, dated 12th April, 1921, amending Air Regulations, 

1920, in accordance with Section 4 (3) of the Air Board Act. Presented April 29, 
1924 Not printed. 

164. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 10, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. Name 

and rank of all commissioned officers employed here at Ottawa, connected with the 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 2. Salaries paid to each officer. 3. In detail, 
statement of all other allowances made to each officer. 4. Number of batmen allowed 
or employed by each officer. Are they employed around the homes of the officers. 
5. Names of officers supplied with automobiles. 6. What make and st3 T le of auto- 
mobiles are supplied, and cost of same. 7. Cost of upkeep of each car. Are these 
cars used exclusively for official business. 8. Are cars used by officers' families. 
The same information is required regarding the Department of National Defence. 
Presented April 29, 1924. Hon. Mr. Planta Not printed. 

165. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, since January, 1922, between the Department of Indian Affairs and Mr. 
Ditchburn, representative of the Department in British Columbia, and Members of 
Parliament, or others, in connection with the dismissal of C A. Cox. Presented April 
30, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

166. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Whether the Government employed resident and visiting physicians at the Ste- 
Anne-de-Bellevue Military Hospital during the years 1921, 1922 and 1923, and if so, 
what their names are. 2. What remuneration each one received. 3. Resident and 
visiting physicians for the year 1924. 4. Whether they receive an annual salary or a 
fee for each visit, and how much. Presented April 30, 1924. Mr. Jones. .Not printed. 

167. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. How many appointments with a salary of $3,000 or more the Government has 
made since coming into power. 2. What position does each appointee fill. 3. What 
the salary is in each case. 4. What the new positions created are. Presented April 
30, 1924. Mr. Hodgins Not printed. 

168. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April. 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. How many returned soldiers have been employed through appointment by the 
Civil Service Commission (a) since January 1, 1922; and (b) prior to January 1, 
1922. 2. What proportion of appointments made by the Civil Service Commission 
between January 1, 1919, and January 1, 1922, were awarded to returned soldiers. 
3. What proportion of appointments made by the Civil Sen-ice Commission since 
January 1, 1922, were awarded to returned soldiers. Presented April 30. 1924. Mr. 
Clark Not printed. 

169. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March. 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. What Royal Commissions have been appointed since the present Government 
came into office. 2. How much each Commission has cost the country — (a) in 
remuneration to the Commissioners; and (6) in expenses or other outlay. 3. What 
of these Commissions are now in existence. P Ipril 30. 1924. V,' 
Mr. Meighen Not v 

170. Return to an Order of the'Senate of April 30, 1924. for a Return showing the number 

of Dominion officials and employees in the Yukon Territory of all kinds, their 
positions, duties, salaries, allowances and expenses: also the present population of 
the territnrv. the total revenues derived therefrom and the sources thereof. Pre- 
sented April 30, 1924. Sir George Foster Not printed. 

171. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April. 1024. for a Return showing: W 

amount has been voted to develop each of the following ports. — Vancouver, Toronto, 
Montreal and Quebec, and what amount has been spent up to date in connection 
with each of these ports. Presented May 1. 1924. Mr. Lavigueur Not printed. 

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172. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all reports, 

lecorumendations, papers, contracts, letters, telegrams and other documents from 
Sir Henry Thornton, President of the National Railways, relating to the carrying 
out of the viaduct agreement at Toronto, and all replies of the Government thereto; 
also copy of all correspondence with the Canadian Pacific Railway, if any, or from 
the city of Toronto or the Harbour Commission of Toronto on this question. Pre- 
sented May 1, 1924. Mr. Church Not printed. 

173. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. The estimated value of the Dominion owned real property situated in, (a) the 
City of Halifax; (b) the County of Halifax outside of the city under the direction 
or control of, (1) Department of Public Works; (2) Department of National 
Defence; (3) Post Office Department; (4) The Canadian National Railways; 
(5) other Government Departments, respectively. 2. Since the consolidation of the 
Intercolonial Railway with the Canadian National system whether there has been 
any change in the assessment of the property formerly belonging to the Inter- 
colonial. 3. If so, what change. 4. Whether the system pays any municipal tax in 
the Province of Nova Scotia. 5. If so, what municipal taxes are paid in Halifax 
City and County. 6. Whether there is any difference so far as taxation is con- 
cerned in the Province of Nova Scotia in assessment and taxation of property 
formerly owned by the Intercolonial and the property of the other lines of the 
Canadian National Railway S3-stem. Presenud May 1, 1924. Mr. Black (Halifax). 

Not printed: 

174. Return to an Order of the House of March 31, 1924, for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

documents, correspondence and contract, if any, between the Minister of Public 
Works or any official of the Department of Public Works, or -any other Minister 
or official of the Government, and the Northern Navigation Company, or Member 
for North Essex, or other parties, having reference to proposed harbour improve- 
ments at Belle River and referred to in Public Works vote 157. Also, — Return to 
an Order of the House of April 2S, 1924, for a*copy of all correspondence, petitions, 
telegrams and other communications received by or passing from the Department 
of Public Works, respecting the proposed wharf or breakwater at Belle River, Ontario. 
Presented May 2, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

175. Return to an Order of the House of March 19, 1924, for a copy of all memorandums, 

correspondence, telegrams, and other documents, relating to the appointment of 
Light Keeper for Cedars Light, St. John River, Parish of Kingston, King's County, 
New Brunswick. Presented May 2. 1924. Mr. Jones Not printed. 

176. Return to an Order of the House of April 7, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. Relative 

numbers of convictions for offences against the Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act in 
the various provinces of Canada in the years 1913-1914, 1917-1918, 1922-1923. 2. Num- 
bers of convictions for violations of the Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act reported in 
the years 1920, 1921 and 1922 from the following cities: Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, 
Winnipeg, Victoria and Vancouver. 3. Number of inmates of the penitentiaries, if 
any. of Canada classed as drug addicts, during each of the years from 1914 to 1923, 
inclusive. 4. Official figures as to the quantities of opium, cocaine and morphine 
imported into Canada for each of the years from 1917 to 1923, inclusive. Presented 
May 2, 1924. Mr. Brown Not printed. 

177. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of March 19, 1924, 

for a copy of all Orders in Council passed since the last Session of Parliament relat- < 
ing to the question of an embargo on Pulpwood, and of all correspondence, tele- 
grams or other documents relating thereto, exchanged between the Government of 
Canada or any member thereof and any person, firm, company or corporation, in- 
cluding the Canadian Pulp & Paper Association or the American Pulp & Paper 
Association. Presented May 2, 1924. Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

178. Return to an Order of the House of March 20, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. The 

members of the Royal Commission on Pulpwood. 2. Salary of each, the total cost 
of the Commission to date and the cost per day. 3. What previous experience or 
training each of the said members has had in forestry or in the pulpwood business. 

4. What witnesses have been heard, and their addresses, names and occupations. 

5. Whether the said Commission is authorized to enquire into the question of the 
export of fir, cedar or other logs to the United States from the Province of British 

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Columbia. 6. If so, whether the Government has directed such enquiry or whether 
the Government has received requests that such .enquiry be carried out in the interests 
of the manufacture of lumber and shingles in British Columbia. 7. At whose request 
or upon what information the Order in Council of June 10th. 1923. was passed exempt- 
ing, pulpwood sold or to be sold for a period of ten years from any embargo which 
might be enacted. 8. Whether the Government promised to exempt farmers' pulp- 
wood from a possible embargo. 9. Whether the Forestry Branch of the Department 
of Interior and the Provincial Government Forests Services has full information 
relative to the subject matter authorized to be enquired into by the said Royal 
Commission. Presented May 2, 1924. Mr. Ladner Not printed. 

179. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 701, dated 29th April, 1924, disallowing an Act 

passed by the Alberta Legislature in 1923, intituled: "An Act to impose a rax upon 
Minerals''; also, report of the Minister of Justice thereon; petitions that have been 
received with regard to this Act; and the representations made by the Attorney 
General of Alberta. Presented May 2, 1924 Not printed. 

179a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1924, for a copy of all memoranda, 
legal opinions, letters, reports or other documents, relating to the disallowance of 
a Statute of the Province of Alberta, being Chapter 32 of the Statutes enacted in 
the year 1923, and entitled "An Act to impose a tax upon Minerals." Presented 
June 10, 1924. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

180. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th March. 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, petitions, protests, letters, resolutions and 
other documents exchanged between the Government and any person or persons or 
organizations, or Provincial Governments or other public bodies in Canada, protest- 
ing against the illegal Diversion of the Waters of the Great Lakes by the Chicago 
Drainage Commission and of any and all correspondence with the Government of 
the United States, the Joint International Commission or others on the subject. 
Presented May 5, 1924. Mr. Church. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

181. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a copy of all subsidy 

contraets between the Government and any or all contractors for steamship service 
between Pictou, Souris, Prince Edward Island and Magdalen Islands, during the 

years 1910 to 1921. Presented May 5, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

181a. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, letters and other documents, since the 1st of January, 1922, p 
between the Honourable Minister of Trade and Commerce, or any other Minister 
of the Government, or any Official of the Department of Trade and Commerce, 
and the Magdalen Island Transport Limited. William Fraser of Pictou, the Lovat 
Steamship Company, Limited, the Eastern Securities Company, Limited, of Hali- 
fax; Messrs. Bow. McLaughlin and Company, Limited, of Paisley, Scotland, having 
reference to a steamship service subsidy between Pictou, Souris, Prince Edward 
Island and Magdalen Islands; also copy of alleged contract between said William 
Fraser and the Government covering a subsidy of $50,000 payable annually for 
ten years. Presented May 15, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

182. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924. for a copy of all correspond- 

ence exchanged between the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, the Government of 
Canada, the Civil Service Commission and all other persons since the first day of 
January. 1923. on the subject of the dismissal of Mr. Lemelm. lighthouse-keeper at 
St. Francois, lie d'Orleans, and the nomination of a new lighthouse-keeper. Pre- 
sented May 5, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

183. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924. for a Return showing: 1. 

How many appointments have been made by the Civil Service Commission, inside 
and outside, in the year 1922. 2. How many of such appointments were made in 
1923. 3. How many of such appointments have been made in 1924. 4. How many 
increases in salary (outside of statutory increases) have been made in the Civil 
Service, inside and outside, since December 29. 1922. 5. How many requisitions 
have been made to the Civil Service Commission for new appointments to the 
Civil Service since December 29, 1922. 6. Of these requisitions, how many have 
been made in the months of January and February. 1924. 7. The total amount in 
annual salary of the new appointments to the Civil Service since December 29. 

1922. Presented Ma'v 5, 1924. ' Mr. Sutherland Wot printed. 

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184. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Total number of employees on pay or allowance connected with the Department 
of Agriculture on January 1 of each of the years from and including the year 1914 
to the year 1924. 2. Amounts paid out or due in pay or allowance to said employees 
and the dates and years as above. Presented May 6, 1924. Mr. Sutherland. 

Not printed. 

184a. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 
Total number of employees, and the total salaries paid such employees on January 
1, 1922, and also January 1, 1924, in the following branches of the Department of 
Agriculture, giving the total number employees and salaries for each branch, respect- 
ively, (a) Civil Government both Permanent and Temporary; (b) Agricultural 
Instruction; (c) Entomology; (d) Dairy General; (e) Cow Testing; (/) Finch 
Creamery; (g) Extension of Markets; (h) Destructive Insect and Pest; (i) Pro- 
duction and Sale of Tobacco; (;') Fruit Industry; (fc) Contagious Diseases; (J) 
Meat and Canned Food Division; (m) Live Stock Industry; (n) Seed Control. 2. 
Whether there has been one or more new branches added to Department of Agri- 
culture since January 1. 1922. 3. If so, names of same, and number of employees 
in each branch or branches so established in detail same as Question No. 1. Pre- 
sented May 21, 1924. Mr. Sutherland Not printed. 

185. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 9th April, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, writings, or other documents, 
passing between the Department of External Affairs and the British Government 
with respect to the naval base at Singapore. Presented May 6, 1924. Rt. Hon. Mr. 
Meighen Not printed. 

186. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, reports, papers, and other documents relating to the overcharging of 
immigrants for supplies at the port of Quebec. Presented May 7, 1924. Mr. 
Charters Not printed. 

187. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Why the Woodward elevator at Vancouver was taken over by the Vancouver Har- 
bour Commission. 2. Whether the said elevator has been leased to other parties. 
If so, what the names and addresses are of the lessees and on what terms the said 
elevator was leased by the Vancouver Harbour Commission to the said parties, 
and to what uses the said lessees propose to put the said elevator. 3. Whether the 
Government has sanctioned the leasing of this elevator. 4. Whether the Govern- 
ment has furnished moneys to the Harbour Commission for the acquisition of this 
elevator, or whether the Government has consented that any moneys advanced 
to the Vancouver Harbour Commission should be used for this purpose, or for 
completion and equipment of said elevator. 5. If it was advisable, either in the 
interest of the Grain traffic or the port of Vancouver, to acquire this elevator, win- 
it is not to be operated by the Vancouver Harbour Commission. Presented May 
7. 1924. Mr. Coote " Not printed. 

187a. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth April, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, agreements, leases, or other documents, passing between the Van- 
couver Harbour Commission or the Federal Government, and any other parties 
in connection with the purchase and lease of the Woodward Elevator at Vancouver. 
Presented June 23, 1924. Mr. Gardiner Not printed. 

188. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth April, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, telegrams, and other documents, passing to and from the Department of 
M :rine and Fisheries with regard to the dismissal of Daniel S. McLean from the 
position of lighthouse-keeper at Darby Point (Piper Cove) in the province of Nova 
Scotia, and if an investigation was held a copy of the evidence given and the 
investigator's report. Presented May 7, 1924. Mr. Simpson Not printed. 

189. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April. 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence between Dr. K. A. McGibbon, Superintendent of Soldiers' Civil Re-establish- 
ment hospital at St. Annes, and any member of the Government, or between any 
member of the Government and any other party, with regard to the retirement of 
IV. Mi-Gibbon fron ition as Superintendent, together with the reasons 
for such i Presented May 7. 1924. Hon. Mr. Manion Not printed. 

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190. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 4, 1924, for a Return showing: Copies 

of all regulations and recommendations made by the Civil Service Commission 
during 1919 and since that year, dealing with the hours of work in the Civil Ser- 
vice at Ottawa. And of all Orders in Council in reference to such regulations or 
recommendations, and of all correspondence between the Government and the Civil 
Service Commission in relation to such regulations and recommendations. Presented 
May 7, 1924. Hon. Mr. Tanner Not printed. 

191. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1924, for a return giving a copy 

of all correspondence, memoranda and other documents relating to the closing of 
the Post Office at Belleisle Creek, King's County, and the opening of a new Post. 
Office in its stead; and including all information in the possession of the Depart- 
ment as to the cost occasioned thereby; also for copy of all correspondence, tenders 
and other documents in connection with Rural Routes numbers one, two and three, 
in relation to the closing of the old Post Office and the opening of the new; and of 
all correspondence and other records in connection with the appointment of a Post- 
master at Belleisle Creek. Presented May 8, 1924. Mr. Jones Not printed. 

192. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing the 

total amount collected under the Business Profits tax in the various provinces during 
each of the years since the tax was introduced. Presented May 8, 1924. Mr. Wil- 
son Not printed. 

193. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 14th April, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence and other documents between the Dominion 
Government and the Government of Nova Scotia in respect to construction of the 
Port Joli-Sable Island Road, Nova Scotia, and federal aid thereto; also copies 
of estimates, engineers' reports, applications for federal aid, vouchers and other 
documents relating to said matters. Presented May S, 1924. Mr. Black (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

194. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing (a) the 

total amount of income tax collected in each province during each year since the 
tax has been collected, and (b) the total amount of income tax paid by farmers in 
each of the provinces during these years. Presented May 8, 1924. Mr. Wilson. 

Not printed. 

193. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 30, 1924, for a report showing the 
quantit}- and value of alcoholic beverages imported per month in each province 
of the Dominion, during the period extending from January 1, 1923, to March 1, 
1924, distinguishing between: (a) Liquors, (b) Wines, (c) Drugs, and indicating 
the alcoholic percentages of each category and the countries from which they come, 
respectively. Presented May 8, 1924. Hon. Mr. Beaubien Not printed. 

196. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth April, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, documents and engineers' reports relating to the purchase, sale or expro- 
priation of the wharf of St. Placide, in the county of Two Mountains. Presented 
May 9, 1924. Mr. Elhier Not printed. 

197. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924, for a return showing all 

financial statements made by E. A. Field, Land Commissioner. Canadian National 
Railway Company, Land Department. Winnipeg, Manitoba, in reference to land 
sales for the years 1922 and 1923, showing the amount of cash received and dis- 
bursed and showing all expenses, with a list of employees' salaries, expenses, com- 
missions paid, rentals and net profit or loss. Presented May 9, 1924. Mr. Hanson. 

Not printed. 

198. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April. 1924, for a copy of all reports, 

statements, notice;, telegrams and other documents in the possession of the Depart- 
ment of Railways, relating to the request fqr the granting and the payment of a 
double subsidy in money, in connection with the construction of the Canada and 
Gulf Trrmin.il Railway Company, formerly known as the Matane and Gaspe Rail- 
way, during the years from 1900 to 1912, inclusive. Presented May 9. 1924. Mr. 
Gauvreau Not printed. 

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199. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 14th April. 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence between the Dominion Government and the 
Government of Nova Scotia in respect to construction of the St. Margaret's Bay 
Road, Nova Scotia, and federal aid thereto; also copies of estimates, engineers' 
reports, applications for federal aid, vouchers and other documents relating to said 
matters. Presented May 9, 1924. Mr. Black (Halifax) A r ot printed. 

200. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 28th April, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, writings, or other docu- 
ments, exchanged between the Department of the Attorney General of the Prov- 
ince of Quebec and the Department of Justice concerning the fees payable to 
official sequestrators. Presented May 9, 1924. Mr. Ryckman Not printed. 

201. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, petitions, telegrams and other documents relating to certain repre- 
sentations made to the Department of Marine and Fisheries for the granting of 
fall season to the lobster fishermen in the County of Gloucester, during the fisliing 
season of 1923. Presented May 9, 1924. Mr. Robichaud Not printed. 

202. Copy of directions given to the Warden of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary sus- 

pending the sentence of the lash to Raoul Beauchamp, convict; also copy of 
Memorandum from the Deputy Minister of Justice respecting appeals against 
sentences giving the lash, and removal to the penitentiary pending appeal against 
conviction. Presented May 9, 1924 Not printed. 

203. Report of the Royal Commission on Pensions and Re-establishment — Second 

Interim Report on Second Part of Investigation (certain questions relating to pen- 
sions, medical treatment and re-establishment needs of Canadian ex-service men 
and their dependents). Presented May 12, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

203a. Report of the Royal Commission on Pensions and Re-establishment — Final Report 
on Second Part of Investigation (Report No. 4). Presented July IS, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional. Papers. 

204. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence exchanged between any members of the Government and Members 
of Parliament, engineers, or representatives of Government, or other party or 
parties during the years 1921, 1922 and 1923, in relation to the wharf, piers and 
warehouse at Moser's River, Halifax County, Nova Scotia (Necum Teuch). Pre- 
sented May 12, 1924. Mr. Black (Halifax) Not printed. 

205. 205a. Return and supplementary return to an Address to His Excellency the Gov- 

ernor General of the 19th March, 1924, for a copy of all correspondence exchanged 
between the Department of Marine and Fisheries and J. Bte. Levesque of Trois 
Pistoles, Quebec, during the year 1923, and also correspondence between the 
Government and any Department of the Government of Quebec with respect 
to the said Levesque. Presented May 13, and July 19, 1924. Mr. Doucet. 

Not printed. 

206. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, engineering reports, estimates of cost and other documents 
in connection with the proposed public wharf at Buctouche Bay, Kent County, 
New Brunswick. Presented May 13, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not pnntid. 

207. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924. lor a Return showing: 

1. Medical Advisers of the Pension Board. 2. War Record of each. 3. Medical 
Advisers of the Federal Appeal Board. 4. War Record of each. 5. Special . 
Training of the Neurologists of the Board. Presented May 14, 1924. Mr. Ross 
(Kingston) Not printed. 

208. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March. 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

idence, letters, telegrams and other documents to and from the Department of 
Marine md Fisheries relating to the extension of Smelt Fishing in New Brunswick 
during the season 1923-24. Presented May 14, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

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209. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. At whose request the Order in Council No. P.C. 2263, published in The Canada 
Gazette of January 12, page 2348, was passed. 2. Quantities -of military clothing 
sold by the Government during the years 1917 to 1923. inclusive. 3. To wnoin 
this material was sold. Presented May 15, 1924. Mr. Thurston Not printed. 

210. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing - 

list of the properties purchased by or for the Militia Department during the 
years 1914 to 1921 inclusive, showing in each case from whom purchased, location, 
price, and for what purpose; also a list of any of these properties which have been 
sold, showing the price received for same. Also showing revenue received from 
any of the above properties, the amount in each case and from whom received. 
Presented May 15, 1924. Mr. Thurston -Xot printed. 

211. 211a. Partial Return and Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 

7th April, 1924, for a copy of all contracts and agreements entered into by the 
Canadian Government or any Department thereof with the American Bank Note 
Company, Limited, now' the Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited, carrying 
on business in the city of Ottawa. Presented May 15 and 21, 1924. Mr. Irvine. 

Not printed. 

212. Copy of letter of Walter G. Mitchell, Esq., to the Right Honourable the Prime 

Minister, in respect to his resignation as member of Parliament, and the letter 
of the Prime Minister in acknowledgment thereof. Presented May 19. 1924. 

Not printed. 

213. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a return of any 

and all reports of the Commissioner of Immigration to the Minister, upon the 
operation of the contract system for feeding immigrants at the Port of Quebec, 
and also all reports and correspondence with reference to the way in which that 
system is functioning at that port; and also all reports and correspondence in 
connection with the adoption of the contract system at the Port of St,. John, 
New Brunswick, and in connection with the substitution of the system of Govern- 
ment supply for the contract system at the latter place. Presented May 19, 1924. 
Hon. Mr. Baxter Not printed. 

214. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing (a) 

the value of the production in Canada for the latest year for which returns are 
available of wheat, meat, butter, eggs, milk, hay, cheese, fruit, maple syrup, oats, 
barley, potatoes and other vegetables: (6) the estimated value of these products con- 
sumed at home during the same year, and (c) the value of these products exported 
during the same year. Presented May 19, 1924. Mr. Stansell Not printed. 

215. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May. 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Amount appropriated by the Government for the Hector celebration at Pictou. Xnv.i 
Scotia, during the summer of 1923. 2. Extra amount, if any, appropriated for 
this celebration by the Department of National Defence. 3. Whether the Govern- 
ment has received a statement of the expenditure of this money. 4. If so, for wnat 
the money was used. Presented May 19, 1924. Mr. Black (Halifax).. .Not printed. 

215a. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a return showing the 
detailed expenditure of the money voted by Parliament of Canada at the last ses- 
sion for the Hector celebration at Pictou, Nova Scotia. Presented May 19. 1924. 
Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

216. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1924, for a return showing 

properties rented for Governmental purposes in Ottawa and date, when rented 
and date of expiry of lease, if any, giving floor space and annual rental in each 
case; also statement of vacant properties owned by the Government in 
showing ground area, purchase price and annual carrying charge including taxes 
in each case. Presented WLay 20, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 



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Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. What breweries have been operating in Manitoba within the period 1915-1924. 

2. What requirements, if any, as to plant, capacity, etc., and what undertakings, 
if any, as to continuity of operation, observance of law, etc., are made of those 

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securing brewer's licenses. 3. What fees are required to be paid for a brewer's 
license. 4. What additional brewer's licenses, if any, have been issued for Mani- 
toba since -July, 1923. 5. What inspection or supervision, if any, is made from 
year to year of brewer's plant or operation. 6. What quantities of beer were 
manufactured by each of the brewers in Manitoba in the years 1915, 1916, 1917, 
191S, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, and what taxes were paid by each in respect 
of these quantities. 7. What brewers, if any, in Manitoba were convicted of infrac- 
tions of the law during the calendar years 1922 and 1923. 8. How many con- 
victions for having or operating illicit stills occurred in Manitoba in each of the 
years 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 191S, 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923. Presented 
May 20, 1924. Mr. Ward Not printed. 

2)8. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th April, 1924, for a return showing 
the number of importations to which the Dumping Clause of the tariff has been 
applied during the fiscal year 1923-24, the class of goods to which it has been 
applied, the reasons therefor and the amount of duty collected. Presented May 
20, 1924. Mr. Evans Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members. 

219. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 9, 1924, for a Return to include copies 

of orders and letters of instruction authorizing J. C. Watters, during the present 
year, to make a survey of Industrial conditions in the coal mining districts of Nova 
Scotia, and other documents relating to such appointment showing the purpose 
and scope of investigation and survey to be made by him and the planes in Nova 
Scotia in which he is to make the survey. Presented May 20, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Tanner Not printed. 

220. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 1, 1924, for a return to include copies 

of Pay-Sheets, Vouchers and Correspondence, relating to expenditures on a BreaK- 
water at Port La Tour, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, during the calendar 
year 1923. Presented May 20, 1924. Hon. Mr. Tanner Not printed. 

221. 221a. Returns to an order of the Senate dated April 3, 1924, for copies of all corre- 

spondence and other statements received by the Government of Canada, or any 
member of such Government, during 1923 and since from or on behalf of the Gov- 
ernment of Nova Scotia in regard to transportation, commercial, economic and other 
public matters of interest to the said province, including any requests for investiga- 
tion of the matters relating to said interests and also all correspondence and other 
statements by the Government of Canada, or any member thereof in response to 
such representations and requests. Presented May 20 and July 3, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Tanner Not printed. 

222. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March, 

1924, for a return showing a copy of all Orders in Council or other authoritative 
orders or rules affecting the Sales Tax or making exemptions or rebates since the 
passing of the Sales Tax amendments to the War Revenue Act of last session. 
Presented May 21, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members. 

223. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, letters and other documents, exchanged between any Member 
of the Government and any Member of Parliament or other person with regard to 
the appointment of Richard Fordham as Junior Clerk-Stenographer in the Customs 
Department at Prince Albert. Saskatchewan, together with a copy of advertisements 
showing this position to be vacant by the Civil Service Commission; also a return 
showing date such advertisement was issued; date position was filled; number of 
applicants examined and all other details regarding said appointment. Presented 
May 21, 1924. Hon. Mr. Manion Not printed. 

224. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a return showing all 

moneys paid to newspapers in Canada for printing and advertising since January 
1, 192.'!. showing the names of the companies and the amounts paid each newspaper 
or newspaper company. Presented May 21, 1924. Mr. McQuarrie Not printed. 

225. Return to an Order of the House of the 10th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

How many passenger automobiles hue been purchased by the Government in each 
.if the years 1922, 1923, 1924. 2. What make of car was purchased and the cost in 

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each case. 3. How many are kept in the city of Ottawa. 4. What was the cost 
of upkeep in 1923 of such cars in the city of Ottawa, 5. What was the cost of 
upkeep in 1923 of such cars outside the city of Ottawa. 

Return to an Order of the House of the 10th April, 1924. for a Return showing: 
1. How many motor cars have been purchased by the Government for the use of 
Ministers since January 1, 1922. 2. What are their makes and models, and what was 
the cost of each car. 3. Who enjoys the sole use of each of these cars. 4. From 
whom were these cars purchased. 5. How many cars bought prior to January 1, 
1922, are still in use, and by whom in each case. 6. Whether new cars were pur- 
chased within the period mentioned, what disposal was made of old cars, and what 
they brought in each case when sold. 

Return to an Order of the House of the 10th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 
What amount the Government spent in the purchase of automobiles for use of the 
different Departments, at Ottawa, for. the years 1915, 1916. 1917. 191S, 1919, 1920, 
1921, respectively. 2. To what Departments these automobiles were assigned during 
said years. 3. The cost to Canada during the said respective years for (a) the wages 
of chauffeurs for said Departmental automobiles; (6) the uniforms and gloves of 
chauffeurs; (c) the upkeep and repairs of said automobiles; (d) the purchase of 
gasoline, oil, tires, etc. 4. Whether the automobile service gave satisfaction to those 
using them. Presented May 21, 1924. Messrs. Maybee, Chaplin, Benoit. 

.Vo{ -printed. 

226. 226o. Return and Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 

1924, for a copy of all letters, telegrams and other documents, passing between the 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries, or any official of the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries, including Inspector Halliday of New Westminster and the Member for 
Chilliwack and Member for Skeena, or any other Member of the Dominion House, 
relating to the removal of the fisheries office from Vancouver, or the position of 
the Chief Inspector of Fisheries in British Columbia. Presented May 21 and July 
14, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens '..Not printed. 

227. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 5th May. 1924, 

for a copy of an Order in Council or orders or regulations of the Minister of Cus- 
toms affecting valuations for the purpose of assessing dumping duty. Presented 
May 21, 1924. Mr. Boys Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

227a. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all regulations 
made by the Minister of Customs under S.S. 5, Sec. 6, Chapter 11, Statutes of 
Canada, 1907, An Act to amend the Customs Act. Presented May 21, 1924. Mr. 
Coote Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

228. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 9, 1924, for a Return showing: Copy 

of the log book of the SS. Shcba, from August 5, 1914, to August 19. 1914, on her 
trip from Halifax to Port Nelson. Presented May 21, 1924. Hon. Mr. Casgrain. 

Not printed. 

229. Return to an Order of the House of the oth May, 1924, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, documents and correspondence since January 1, 1923, between the Post- 
master General, any official of the Post Office Department, any other Minister or 
official of the Government and other persons concerning the carrying of His 
Majestvs mail between Whitehorse and Dawson. Yukon Territorv, for the winter 
of 1923-1924 and for the winter of 1924-1925. Presented May 23, 1924. Mr. Black 
(Yukon) Not printed. 

230. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a copy of petition for- 

warded to the Minister of Justice on behalf of one. C. W. Monk, convicted in Janu- 
ary. 1923, for illicit dealing in narcotic drusrs. Presented May 23. 1924. Hon-. Mr. 
Stevens Not pr 

231. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. 

Number of employees at the Dorchester penitentiary. New Brunswick. 2, How 
many of these are French-Acadians. 3. How many of the latter are in superior 
positions. Presented May 23, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

232. Telegrams exchantra <1 bi tween the British and Canadian Governments in connection 

with the Lausanne Conference and Treaty. Presented May 26. 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Mi mbere and Sessional Papers. 

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233. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents, passing between the Minister of Justice, Deputy 
Minister of Justice or any official of the Department of Justice, or Prime Minister 
or any official in the Office of the Prime Minister, and M. A. Macdonald, K.C., 
W. W. B. Mclnnes, regarding the appointment of a Commissioner to inquire into 
alleged improper handling of drugs by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 
British Columbia. Presented May 26, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not ■printed. 

233a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 12th May, 1924, 
for a copy of all letters, telegrams and other documents passing between the Min- 
ister of Justice and Attorney General of British Columbia, or any member of the 
Government of British Columbia, and any member or official of the Dominion 
Government, having reference to certain charges made against the officers of the 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police and investigated by Commissioner Smith, and also 
a copy of the report of the said Commission. Presented June 4, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Stevens Not -printed. 

234. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all reports, 

letters, telegrams and other documents, during the year 1917, from the resident 
engineer or any of his staff located at Fort Nelson to the Chief Engineer of the 
Department of Railways and Canals, or the Deputy Minister or the Minister or 
any official of the said department, having reference to the Hudson Bay Railway 
route and grain or other harbour facilities. Presented May 27, 1924. Hon. Mr. 

Stevens Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

234a. Copies of Engineers' Reports and Correspondence in the Department of Railways 
and Canals concerning the Hudson Bay Railway route. Presented June 9, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members. 

235. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Number of automobiles now under seizure by the Department of Customs. 2. 
Number of automobiles smuggled on the Canadian Border seized by the Depart- 
ment of Customs and now in possession of said department. 3. How many of 
thi -e automobiles have been claimed by Insurance Companies on the ground 
that they have been stolen before the3' cross the border. 4. Why the department is 
refusing to deliver such automobiles to the owners after positive proofs of owner- 
ship have been made. 5. Whether there is any arrangement between the Canadian 
and American Governments regarding the recovery of said automobiles. 6. If so, 
what such arrangement is and when it was made. Presented May 27, 1924. Mr. 
Archambault Not pnntca. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Whether the Government has through the Department of National Detente 
given a contract for the supply of rifle sights or bases to McKay & Fraser Limited 
of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. 2. If so, how many rifle sights or bases and at 
what price. 3. Whether tenders were asked before contract was awarded. 4. 
Whether the department contemplates further orders for rifle sights or bases or 
does this order cover the present requirements of the department. 5. Whether 
these rifle sights or bases are adapted for use in target practice or for active mili- 
tary service. 6. What officer of the Department of National Defence recom- 
mended the purchase of said rifle sights and bases. Presented May 27, 1924. Mr. 
Arthurs Not printed. 

237. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924, for a copy of all papers. 

reports, valuations, letters, receipts, vouchers and any other documents relating to the 
different transfers of the Scribe Hotel. Paris, France, and its purchase, includng 
copies of instructions given to the Deputy Minister of Railways and his reports to 
the Minister; also a return of all letters, papers, reports, estimates and other 
documents relating to the renovation and repair of the said Hotel. Presented 
May 28, 1924. Sir Henry Drayton Not printed. 

238. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, leases or other documents exchanged between the Govern- 
ment or any member thereof, and any other parties in any way relating to a lease 
which has recentlv been given on Peigan Indian Reserves to the Hon. Mr. McLean. 

Presented May 28, 1924. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

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239. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1924, for a copy of all coire- 

spondence, telegrams, letters and other documents relating to, forming the basis 
of, or the justification for the statements of Honourable E. M. Macdonald in 
North Sydney on the 2Sth day of July, 1923, in which assurance was given of 
certain reductions of freight rates for the Maritime Provinces by the Canadian 
National Railway Board. Presented May 2S, 1924. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen. 

„\ ot printed. 

240. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a copy of the evidence 

taken by Mr. Henry at the inquiry held during the year 1923. regarding tne 
management of the workshops of St. Malo, in the city of Quebec; also for a 
copy of the report made and presented by the commissioner in charge of the 
inquiry. Presented May 30, 1924. Mr. Parent Not printed. 

241. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters and other documents, received by or sent from the Post Office 
Department or any other Department of the Government with regard to the dis 
missal of Abraham Xoonan as Postmaster at Albany. Prince Edward Island, li 
an investigation was held, a copy of the evidence and the investigator's report. 
Presented May 30, 1924. Mr. Chaplin Xot printed. 

242. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other documents exchanged between the Post Office 
Department, the Civil Sen-ice Commission and all other persons since January 
1st. 1921, to date, on the dismissal of the postmaster at St. Gedeon Station, 
Quebec, and the nomination of a new postmaster. Also copies of the investigation 
that was held, and of the report of the investigators, as well as copies of appl : - 
cations made to the Civil Service Commission for the said postmastership. and 
all petitions and certificates given in favour of or against any of the applicants. 
Presented May 30, 1924. Mr. Doucet Xot printed. 

243. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, and other documents, exchanged between the Minister ol 
Public Works, or any official of his department, and Stafford R. Rudd and Com- 
pany, and the Chairman of the Liberal Committee of Arnprior and others. Pre- 
sented June 3, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Xot printed. 

244. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1924, for a Return showmg: 

1. The number of persons other than medical men employed in and about the unit 
of the Department of Soldiers Civil Re-establishment located at St. John, Xew 
Brunswick. 2. Their names and rank, and the pay and allowances of each. 3. 
The gross cost of such salaries and allowances. 4. The total cost for all services 
and expenses of such unit during the last fiscal year. Presented June 4, 1924. 
Mr. Hanson Xot printed. 

245. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 16th April, 1924, 

for a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents, in the pos- 
- ssion of the Government or any Department of the Government, between the 
Government and the Government of Saskatchewan on the question of Licenses for 
Export Liquor Houses. Presented June 4, 1924. Mr. Morrison Xot printed. 

246. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth April. 1924. for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and correspondence during 1923 and 1924 in the possession of the Govern- 
ment or any department thereof regarding the appointment of a Postmaster at 
Wainwright, Alberta. Presented June 4. 1924. Mr. Spencer Xot printed. 

247. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May. 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Whether the Dominion Public Building at Arnprior was repaired during the year 
1923. 2. If so. by whom work was performed: (a) repairs to foundation*; (b) 

ii-'. plastering, decorating, etc. 3. If tenders were called for, whether it wis 
by public advertisement and if so, in what papers the advertisements appeared. 
4. What tenders wore received and from whom, and to whom the contract was 
granted, 5. Whether the said building was rewired and whether the contractor 

a sub-contract for this work. 6. Whether the usual inspector was ap] 
bv thr. Public Works Department in connection with this work and if so. whom. 

nted June 1, 1924 Hon Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

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248. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th June, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. What contracts have been let by the Vancouver Harbour Commissioners for 
harbour improvements since January 1, 1922. 2. To whom such contracts have 
been let. 3. The nature of the work, and the amount of contract . in each case. 

4. Whether such contracts were let by public tender. 5. Who tendered in each 
case and the amount of each tender. 6. Whether call for tenders was advertised 
in the press, and if so, in what papers and for what periods said advertisements 
appeared. Presented June 5, 1924. Mr. Black (Yukon) Not printed. 

249. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1924, for a return showing a list 

of all publications, blue books, reports, etc., issued in 1923 by each department 
of the Government or otherwise, at the expense of the country, stating in respect 
of each publication, (a) title; (6) whether single issue or issued weekly, monthly 
or at what other periods; (c) approximate circulation; (d) the subject or sub- 
jects covered, unless same clearly indicated by title; (e) approximate annual 
cost of printing and paper. Presented June 6, 1924. Mr. Charters Not printed. 

250. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April. 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. How many appointments in the Civil Service have been exempted from the 
power of appointment by the Civil Service Commission since January 1, 1922. 2. 
How many of the appointments referred to in paragraph 1 are under the juris- 
diction of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. 3. What propor- 
tion of the appointments made by departments other than Soldiers' Civil Re- 
establishment have been awarded to returned soldiers. 4. What proportion of the 
appointments made by the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment have 
been awarded to returned soldiers.. Presented June 6, 1924. Mr. Clark. 

Not printed. 

251. Copy of Treaty for the suppression of smuggling operations along the International 

Boundary between the Dominion of Canada and the United States of America, 
and assisting in the arrest and prosecution of persons violating the narcotic laws of 
either government and for kindred purposes. Presented June 9, 1924. 

Printed jor distribution to Senators and Members and Sessional Papers. 

252. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 962, dated June 9, 1924, approving changes in com- 

pensation paid the employees of various branches of the Post Office Department. 
Presented June 9, 1924 Not printed. 

252a. Correspondence between the Audit Board, The Civil Service Commission and the 
Prime Minister respecting the revision of salaries of postal employees. Presented 
June 11, 1924 Not printed. 

252J> Correspondence between the Civil Service Commission, His Excellency the Governor 
General in Council, the Post Office Department, and the Board of Audit respecting 
salary revision in the Postal Service. Presented June 12j. 1924 Not printed. 

252c. Further correspondence between the Civil Service Commission and the Post Office 
Department respecting revision of salaries of Postal Employees. Presented June 16, 
1924 Not printed. 

253. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1924, for a Return showing. 

1. The amount that has been received by the Enemy Property Custodian from 
the nationals of (a) Germany; (b) Austria-Hungary; (c) Other enemy countries 
either by disposal of property and investments in Canada or in other ways. 2. The 
amount that has been received from Canadian citizens on account of indebtedness 
to enemy nationals. 3. The amount that has been paid out of the fund so estab- 
lished. 4. To whom payments .have been made and the amount of each payment, 

5. The amount now held under the control of the custodian. Presented June 10, 
1924. Hon. Mr. Manion Not printed. 

254. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 8, 1924, for a return giving copy of all 

correspondence with the Department of Marine respecting an inquiry under the 
Shipping Act into an alleged casualty to the Canadian Government Merchant 
Marine steamei Caniidinn Farmer, together with the evidence taken at said inquiry 

and the findings. Presented June 10. 1924. Hon. Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

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255. 255a. Return and supplementary Return to an Order of the Senate dated June 6, 

1924, for a copy of the inquiry made by Mr. Temple, K.C., on employees of the 
Canadaan Merchant Marine and of his report- on same, now in the hands of the 
Honourable Minister of Railways and Canals. Presented June 10 and 12. 1924. 
Hon. Mr. Beique Not -printed. 

256. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924, for a copy of the contracts 

between Vancouver Harbour Commissioners and the Pacific Construction Company, 
with respect to: (a) Reconditioning of Elevator Number 1; (b) Annex to Elevator 
Number 1; (c) Construction of Elevator Number 2; (d) Completion of Elevator 
Number 3, otherwise known as the Woodward Elevator. Also particulars of the 
contract between the Harbour Commissioners and any Company with respect to the 
leasing of the Number 3, or Woodward Elevator. Presented June 11, 1924. Mr. 
Spencer Not printed. 

257. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 20, 1924. for a Return showing: Copy of all 
« petitions, letters, telegrams, or other papers in the possession of the Public Works 

Department, or Marine and Fisheries Department, having reference to the removal 
of a lobster factory built by Edward McPherson, a portion of which is at the present 
time on the Government Wharf at Cape Traverse, Prince County, P.EI., and if the 
Government has ordered the removal of the aforesaid building from the Govern- 
ment property. Presented June 11, 1924. Hon. Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

258. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 29, 1924, for a Return showing: A list 

of the more important articles imported from Great Britain in Canada during the 
fiscal year 1923, which received the benefit of the preferential tariff. 1. What was 
the value thereof. 2. What was the amount of duty collected thereon. 3. What 
would the amount of duty have been on the same articles if there had been no 
preference duty allowed, or if the general duty had been applied. 4. Also a list of 
the articles upon which the preferential tariff has been increased or reduced, directly 
or indirectly, by the Budget of this year. Presented June 11, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Webster (Stadacona) Not printed. 

259. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1924, for a copv of all letters, 

telegrams, memorandum, agreement and all other documents relative to the pur- 
chase of the Daly Building in the City of Ottawa from the H. J. Daly Company in 
the vear 1921, together with copies of the Order' in Council dated the 31st of 
August, 1921, and the Deed dated September, 1921. Presented June 12, 1924. Mr. 
Parent Not printed. 

260. 260o. Return and supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 28th May, 

1924, for a copy of all correspondence and other documents exchanged between the 
Postmaster General or the Government of Canada, the Civil Service Commission 
and all other persons since January 1st, 1922. to date on the subject of the dismissal 
of Willie Juneau, postmaster at La Tuque. Ouefbec. and the appointment of a new 
postmaster. Also a copy of the findings and reports of the investigation that was 
held on the said Willie Juneau. Presented June 16 and July 18. 1924. Mr. Doucct. 

Not printed. 

261. Copy of Treaty of 'Commerce and Navigation between the United Kingdom of 

Great Britain and Ireland and Finland signed at Helsdngfors the 14th day of 
December, 1923. Presented June 17, 1924 Presented in printed form. 

262. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th June. 1924, for a copy of all letters. 

telegrams and other documents passing between J. A. Schryburt, or Schreibert, and 
I h° Prime Minister or other members of the Government, relative to the Hoppe 
Coal leases. Presented June 17. 1924. Mr. Kennedy (Edmonton) Not printed. 

262a. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd June. 1924, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams and other documents passing between J. A. Schryburt and the Prime 
Minister or other members of the Government relative to the Isenberg Leases. 
Presented July 4. 1924. Mr. K< nnedy (Edmonton) Not pr 

263. Return to an Order of the Senate dated June 5, 1924. for a Return showing in each 

of the Provinces of the Dominion, what is: 1. The municipal land evaluation. 
2. Farm land evaluation. 3. Evaluation of industries. 4. Municipal land evaluation 
of towns. 5. (a) Factories separate. (6) Factories included. 6. The number of 

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farmers in each province. 7. The number of manufacturers in each province. 8. The 
evaluation of villages not included an farms or industries. Presented June 17, 1924. 
Hon. Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

264. Return to an Order of the Senate dated May 29, 1924, for a Return showing: 1. A list 

of articles exported from Canada to Great Britain coming under the preference of 
the McKenna duties. 2. The value of such articles so exported. 3. What was the 
rate of preference duties thereon. Presented June 17, 1924. Hon. Mr. Webster 
(Stadacona) .Not prints i. 

265. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents exchanged between any Member 
of the Government or any Member of Parliament and any district superintendent 
or higher official of the Canadian National Railways with regard to employment, 
seniority, retirement or dismissal of any employee of the Canadian National Railway 
System. Presented June 19, 1924. Rt. Hon. Mr. Medghen Not printed 

266. 266a. Return and Supplementary Return to an Order of the Hou^e of the 24th 

March, 1924, for a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other docu- 
ments exchanged between the Department of Marine and Fisheries and any person, 
persons or corporations, relative to the enforcement of the Lobster Fisheries Regu- 
lations in New Brunswick, during the years 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 and up to February 
29th, 1924. Presented June 19, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

267. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th May, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Amount spent by the Government of Canada in relieving unemployment in 
Canada, in Winnipeg, Hamilton, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal during the past 
six years. 2. What sum respectively was spent by the (a) Dominion Government, 
(b) the Provincial Government, (c) the Municipalities aforesaid, relieving unem- 
plovment in these five cities the past six years. 3. Whether the Government 
during these years had any agreement with the Provinces and Municipalities as to 
any form of relief. If so, what the arrangement was. 4. Whether any steps are being 
taken for next winter by the Government alone or with the Provinces or Muni- 
cipalities as to taking care of unemployment and the dumping of those out of 
work in the larger centres of population. Presented June 20, 1924. Mr. Church. 

Not printed. 

268. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924. for a copy of all reports, 

correspondence, telegrams and other documents, passing between any officer or 
officers of the Indian Department, from September, 1922, to date, with respect 
to the suspension, and subsequent resignation of Major J. B. Hardinge, Indian 
Aeent of the Touchwood Agency at Punnichv, Saskatchewan. Presented June 
23, 1924. Mr. Johnston .' Not printed. 

269. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th June, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence in the possession of any Department of the Government concerning 
the removal or proposed removal from office of J. L. Bell, police magistrate at 
Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Presented June 23, 1924. Mr. McQuarrie. 

Not printed. 

270. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated June 18, 1924, for a Return showing: 1.' 

The total receipts and expenditures of the Canadian National Railways on Van- 
couver Island for each year of its operation including 1923-24, under the two 
heads of passengers and freights. 2. The mileage now under operation and the 
points between which the roads are operated and the frequency of the service. 
The total capital expenditure to date upon the system now being operated, and 
the total expended on the portion wholly or partly graded but not tracked and 
operated. Presented June 23, 1924. Rt. Hon. Sir George E. Foster... Not printed. 

271. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams, reports and other documents in possession of the Gov- 
ernment relative to the seizure and release of the vessel Jeanne d'Arc for infringe- 
ment of Customs Laws. Presented June 24, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

272. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence exchanged between llie Postmaster Genera] or the Government of Canada, 
the Civil Service Commission and all persons since the 1st January, 1922, to 

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date, on the subject of the dismissal of Thomas Lavoie. postmaster at St. 
Gedeon, Chicoutimi County, and the nomination of a new postmaster at Gedeon. 
Also copies of the investigation that was held on the said Thomas Lavoie, and 
of the report of the investigators, as well as copies of applications made to the 
Civil Service Commission for the position of postmaster at St. Gedeon, and all 
petitions and certificates given in favour of or against, any of the applicants. 
Presented June 24, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

273. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 3, 1924, for a Return giving a copy 

of the agreements between The Canadian National Railway and the Brother- 
hoods or organizations of Railway Employees together with a copy of one pay 
roll under each agreement for the Atlantic Division. Presented June 24, 1924. 
Hon. Mr. Ross ( Middleton) Not printed. 

274. Copy of correspondence re recognition of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics by 

Canada; also copy of Order in Council, P.C. 4667, of 26th December, 1921, respect- 
ing participation by Canada in a Trade Agreement between the Government 
of the United Kingdom and the Russian Soviet Government. Presented Jtine 
26, 1924 . Not printed. 

275. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th June, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. Number of officials permanently employed by the Canadian Government in 
Great Britain, and their duties. 2. Total amount of the salaries and other pay- 
ments, if any, made to them. 3. Number of officials temporarily employed in Great 
Britain by the Canadian Government at the Empire Exhibition or elsewhere. 
4. Duties of such temporary officials or employees and the total cost of their 
services. 5. In addition to those already there, how many officials the Government 
proposes to send to Great Britain in connection with the Empire Exhibition and 
the approximate cost. 6. Whether Government is bearing in part or whole the 
expenses of representatives of Provincial Governments. 7. Duties of these Provin- 
cial representatives, and the approximate expenses. Presented June 26. 1924. Mr. 
Campbell Not printed. 

275a. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd June, 1924, for a Return showing (1) All 
rules, regulations, ordinances, regarding the allotment of exhibit space by officials in 
charge of the Canadian section of the Wembley Exhibition, and copy of any avail- 
able correspondence on space allotment between the Government of Canada and its 
agents in charge of this building, and a copy of the order re allotment of spa 
showing the amount assigned to each province. (2) A statement showing the esti- 
mated cost to the Government of the Canadian exhibit, (a) for buildings; (fa) for 
Government exhibits and incidentals; (c) a list of the chief officials and their 
salaries. (3) A statement or copy of any agreements between the Provinces and 
Dominion as to space, or between the Government of Canada and any city in 
Canada or Canadian Fair as to space, showing the allotment. Presented Julv 14, 
1924. Mr. Church Not printed. 

275a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the ISth June, 
1924, for a copy of all correspondence between the Canadian High Commissioner 
and the Minister of External Affairs or the Department" of External Affairs, and 
between the British Columbia representative in London, Mr. F. C. Wade, and the 
Minister of External Affairs, relative to the Wembley Exposition; the use of 
Canadian materials in the buildings thereof and the relationship of the High 
Commissioner of Canada thereto. Presented July 16, 1924. Mr. Sutherland. 

Not printed. 

276. Copy of a Bill respecting the United Church of Canada, passed by the Legislature 

of the Province of Prince Edward Island, which was not assented to by the 
Lieutenant-Governor of that Province; also copy of Order in Council P.C. 752, 
dated 5th May. 1924, concerning the same. Presented June 27, 1924 Not printed. 

277. Return to an Order of the House for a copy of all papers and documents, including 

appraiser's reports, relating to the importation of electric lamps from Holland 
since the 1st of January, 1923. Presented July 1, 1924. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

278. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated May 29, 1924. fur \ Return of copies of all 

communications during 1921 and since that year between the Government of Nova 
3cotia, or any person on their behalf, and the Department of Customs and Excise. 

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or any other Department of the Government of Canada, in regard to the establish- 
ment in the City of Halifax. Nova Scotia, of bonded warehouses for intoxicating 
liquors. Presented July 1, 1924. Rt. Hon. Sir George E. Foster Not printed. 

279. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th June, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence and other documents relating to the inquiry regarding Mr. Louis Gauthier, 
caretaker of the Post Office at Matane, Quebec; also a copy of evidence given at 
said inquiry, together with the investigator's report. Presented July 2, 1924. Mr. 
Doucet Not printed. 

280. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1924, showing: The total 

travelling expenses of each Minister of the Government for the fiscal years ending 
March 31st. 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923, or any portion of such fiscal years that each 
or any such Ministers held office. Presented July 3, 1924. Mr. McBride. 

Not printed. 

281. Copy of a Convention of Commerce between Canada and the Economic Union of 
, Belgium and Luxembourg, signed at Ottawa, on the Third Day of July, 1924. Pre- 
sented July 4, 1924 Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

282. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return show- 

ing: 1. Number of Commissions of Enquiry appointed by the Laurier Govern- 
ment. 2. Total cost of these Commissions. 3. Names of the counsel employed 
by the Government. 4. Total remuneration paid to each. Presented July 4, 1924. 
Mr. Leader Not printed. 

283. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return show- 

ing: 1. Number of Commissions of Enquiry appointed by the Borden Government. 
2. Total cost of these Commissions. 3. Names of the counsel employed by the 
Government. 4. Total remuneration paid to each. Presented July 4, 1924. Mr. 
Leader Not printed. 

284. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return show- 

ing: 1. Number of Commissions of Enquiry appointed by the Meighen Govern- 
ment. 2. Total cost of these Commissions. 3. Names of the counsel employed 
by the Government. 4. Total remuneration paid to each. Presented July 4, 1924. 
Mr. Leader Not printed. 

285. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return show- 

ing: 1. Number of Commissions of Enquiry appointed by the present Govern- 
ment. 2. Total cost of these Commissions. 3. Names of the counsel employed 
by the Government. 4. Total remuneration paid to each. Presented July 4, 1924. 
Mr. Leader Not printed. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th May, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence exchanged between the Government and all persons whomsoever on the 
subject of the nomination of Dr. Michaud as doctor and agent for the Indians at 
Seven Islands, county of Saguenay. including (a) copy of all instructions given 
him on the subject of the purchase of provisions and merchandise necessary to the 
reserve, (b) copy of all instructions given him on the subject of patronage in his 
district, (c) copy of all tenders obtained from different merchants for the merchandise 
necessary, (rf) list of -merchandise purchased, and the names of the vendors and the 
prices paid up to December 1st, 1923, (e) copies of all instructions given the agent 
authorizing him to make advances to certain Indians with guaranteed privilege on 
their furs, without notifying the public. Presented July 4, 1924. Mr. Doucet. 

Not printed. 

287. Interim Report of the Royal Grain Inquiry Commission upon matters investigated 

.it Vancouver regarding the handling, storing and shipping of grain, dated Vancouver, 
B.C., June 19, 1924. Presented July 7, 1924. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

288. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st May. 1924, for a copy of all reports 

as it is proper to produce, received from the Officer commanding the Royal Cana- 
dian Mounted Police. Vancouver, regarding the violation of the Opium and 
,\ kTCOtic Drug Act. during the vears 1920 to 1924. inclusive. Presented July 7, 

1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

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289. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924, for a Return showing a 

statement of amount of cocaine or other narcotic drugs seized in Brutish Columbia 
under the authority of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the disposition 
of the same, during the years 1920 to 1924, inclusive. Presented July 7. 1924. Hon. 
Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

290. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th June, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, letters and other documents in the possesion of the Govern- 
ment relating to the capture by bandits in China of Mr. Jaffray, of Toronto, and 
the efforts of the Government to secure his release. Presented July 7, 1924. Hon. 
Mr. Manion Not printed. 

291. Return to an. Order of the. House of the 12th May, 1924, for a. Return showing the 

names of the members of the Roval Canadian Mounted Police, Victoria detach- 
ment, who have (a) left the service; (fa) been removed; (c) been dismissed; 
.showing the reasons for termination of services. Presented July 7, 1924. Hon. 
Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

292. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June. 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other documents relating to charges of political partizan- 
ship preferred against W. L. Trotter. Postmaster at Sheguinadah, Ontario, together 
with a copy of the evidence taken, the investigator's report, and showing what 
action was taken by the Government on said report. Presented July 7, 1924. 
Mr. Sutherland '. Not printed. 

293. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924 for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other documents relating to charges of political partizan- 
ship preferred against Wm. Boyd, Postmaster at Kagawong. Ontario, together with 
a copy of the evidence taken, the investigator's report, and showing what action 
was taken by the Government on said report. Presented July 7, 1924. Mr. 
Sutherland Not printed. 

294. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th June, 1924, for a copy of the agreement 

entered into between Canadian Petroleums. Limited, and the Government regard- 
ing the production of carbon-black and the leasing of oil-lands, and a copy of all 
correspondence and telegrams in connection therewith. Presented July 8, 1924. 
Mr. Kennedy (Edmonton) Not printed. 

295. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1924, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, memoranda, order in council, and other documents in the possession 
or under the control of the Government of Canada or any department thereof, of 
date subsequent to April 12th, 1922, relating to the proposed reclamation of the 
area in the Province of British Columbia and the State of Idaho known as the 
Kootenay Flats. Presented July S. 1924. Mr. Humphrey.... Not printed. 

296. Return to an Order of the House of the 9ih June. 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 

< ace. telegrams and other documents relating to charges of political partizanship 
preferred against S. Brickman, Postmaster at Sebringville, Ontario, together with 
a copy of the evidence taken, the investigator's report, and showing what action 
was taken by the Government on said report. Presented July 10, 1924. Mr. 
Sutherland Not printed. 

297. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th May, 1924, for a Return showing: 

1. How many passenger automobiles have been purchased bv the Government 
in each of the years— 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 and 1924. 2. What has been the 
cost of upkeep of such cars in each year. Presented July 10, 1924. Mr. McBride. 

Not printed. 

298. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June. 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams or other documents passing between the London Guarantee 
and Accident Company, Limited, or any other parties, and the Government, 
in connection with the Bond for S321.O0O covering the completion of two ships 
at Prince Rupert by the Prince Rupert Dry Dock and Engineerim: Company, 
Limited. Presented July 14, 1924. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

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299. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd June, 1924, for a return showing 

the names and addresses of persons residing in the provinces of Manitoba, Sas- 
katchewan and Alberta growing Barberry bushes or hedges, who have been 
requested by the Federal Department of Agriculture to destroy them and have 
failed to comply with the request. Presented July 15, 1924. Mr. Lovie. 

Not printed. 

300. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 7th April, 

1924, for a copy of Order in Council providing for the appointment of a Cana- 
dian Customs Officer at New York for supervision of Canadian goods shipped 
from Canada via New York to Canadian points on the Pacific; also, copy of all 
correspondence, telegrams and other documents, in reference to the matter since 
the passing of the said Order in Council. Presented July 16, 1924. Hon. Mr. 
Stevens Not printed. 

301. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1924, for a. Return showing: 

1. The amount of liquor brought into British Columbia during the calendar years 
1922 and 1923. 2. The amount of liquor remaining in bond and later released 
for export. 3. The amount of liquor released for local consumption. 4. The 
amount of revenue secured for liquor released for local consumption. 5. The 
amount of gross revenue or security received from liquor in bond, and the total 
refund or release under the regulations controlling liquors in bond during the 
said years. Presented July 16, 1924. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

302. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth May, 1924, for a Copy of all corre- 

spondence, petition, and other documents exchanged between the Postmaster 
General or the Government of Canada, and all other persons since July 1st, 1922, 
to date, on the subject of the dismissal of Edward Gibbs, postmaster, at Four 
Roads, Gloucester county, New Brunswick. Also a copy of the reports of the 
investigation that was held, together with a copy of the findings of the investigator. 
Presented July 17, 1924. Mr. Doucet Not printed. 

303. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other documents referring to the dismissal of Mr. D. 
D. Campbell as Postmaster at O'I.eary, Prince Edward Island, and if charges 
were made and an investigation held, a copy of the evidence taken and the investi- 
gator's report. Presented July 17. 1924. Mr. Chaplin Not printed. 

304. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams, letters and other documents, passing between the Depart- 
ment of Trade and Commerce and the Civil Service Commission respecting the 
matter of the necessity of a person being a university graduate before appoint- 
ment as Trade Commissioner. Presented July 17, 1924. Sir Henry Drayton. 

Not printed. 

305. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents passing between the Department of Trade and 
Commerce and the Civil Service Commission respecting the matter of an age 
limit for appointments as Trade Commissioners. Presented July 17, 1924. Sir 
Henry Drayton Not printed. 

306. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1924. for a copy of all letters and 

other documents, in possession of the Department of Public Works, relating to the 
claims of the contractor for payments of the cost of work necessitated by the build- 
iuj; of the Post Office in the city of Quebec. Presented July 18, 1924. Mr. Parent. 

Not printed. 

307. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th June, 1924, for a copy of the instructions 

given Dr. Hume with reference to the oil industry in Ontario and all letters, state- 
ments, documents and evidence taken or collected by the said Dr. Hume with 
reference to the said oil industry and of the report made by Dr. Hume thereon. 
Presented July 18, 1924. Sir Henry Drayton Not printed. 

308. Return to an Order of the House of the 31sl March, 1924, for a cony of the report 

of Commissioner A. T. Thompson, who was appointed to investigate conditions 
among the Six Nations Indian-. Also a copy of all evidence, letters, correspond- 
ence and other documents in '1:.' possession of the Government in this con- 
nection. Presented Julv IS. 1924. Mr. Senn Not printed. 

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309. Copy of communications which have passed between the Canadian Government 

and His Majesty's Government regarding representation of the Dominions at the 
Inter-Allied Conference. Presented July 18. 1924. 

Printed {or distribution to Senators and Members and bound Sessional Papers. 

310. Report of the Royal Commission on Pulpwood — Part One, Pulpwood Resources; 

Part Two. Forest Conservation; Part Three, The Question of Pulpwood Exports — 
July. 1924. Presented July 18, 1924 Printed for distrib 

311. Partial Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 3, 1924, for a Return showinz: 

the clearances granted by the Customs authorities to vessels of fifteen hundred 
tons and under for export of intoxicating liquors from Canada during the cal- 
endar year 1923, giving according to Provinces the port from which, the Port 
and Country to which clearance was granted and the tonnage of each vessel 
cleared, the quality and kind of liquor indicated, the value of the same and the 
amount of duty involved, paid or remitted in each case, the amount and nature 
of the security taken by the Government to insure the bona-fides of the exports, 
the names of the vessels and the date of sailing from the Canadian Port, and the 
date of the next entry of those vessels into Canada, the foreign Ports from which 
the}' were cleared, and the name of the Customs official in each case who issued 
the clearance from Canadian Ports. Presented July 18, 1924. Rt. Hon. Sir Geo. 
E. Foster Not printed. 

312. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April. 1924, for a copy of all contracts 

made or entered into between the Government of Canada or any department thereof 
or any person or persons acting for or on behalf of the Government or any 
department thereof and the Dominion Canners, Limited, of Hamilton and Simcoe. 
Ontario, at any time since the 1st of August, 1914. and the 1st August, 1919. and 
of .all reports, letters, correspondence and other documents in the possession 
or under the control of the Government, relating to or having an}' bearing upon 
any dealings, negotiations, contracts or business transactions of any kind whatso- 
ever between the Government and the Dominion Canners, Limited, or any person 
or persons acting on behalf of said company, and especially, copies of reports 
made to the Government or any department thereof, by the Milton Hersey Com- 
pany, Limited, Montreal, R. R. McCall, Esq.. Government Inspector, Simcoe. 
Ontario, and H. H. Holland, Government supervising inspector, in reference to, or 
having any bearing upon contracts, dealings and transactions between the Gov- 
ernment and the Dominion Canners. Limited, during the period hereinbefore 
mentioned, and also of all reports made to the Government as aforesaid by any 
commission or commissions or any person or persons whatsoever appointed or 
authorized by the Government to inquire into and report upon the dealings, 
transactions, and contracts between the Government and the Dominion Canners, 
Limited, or any person or persons acting on their behalf during the period from 
the 1st of August. 1914, and the 1st of August, 1919. Presented July 19. 1924. 
Mr. Wallace Not printed. 

313. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th June, 1924, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence and other documents relating to the inquiry on Ludovic Germain, chief of 
the city distribution branch, Montreal Post Office; also a copy of evidence given 
at said inquiry, together with the investigator's report. Presented July 19, 1924. Mr. 
Doucet Not printed. 



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CANADA 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 



1923 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1924 



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To General His Excellency the Rigid Honourable Lord Byng of Vimy, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., M.V.O., Governor General and Commander in Chief of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please Yotjb Excellency, — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the 
Public Accounts of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended March 31. 1923. 
All of which is respectfully submitted. 

W. S. FIELDING, 

Minister of Finance. 

Ottawa. September 10, 1923. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Report of the Deputy Minister op Finance 



Ordinary Receipts and Payments. 
Special Receipts and Payments — 

Capital Expenditures 

Savings Banks 

Investments 

Debt 

Loans 

Guaranteed Securities 

Dominion Notes 

Balance Sheet 

Expenditure and Revenue 

Condensed Cash Statement 



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Schedules to Balance Sheet 

Schedule A — Advances to Provinces. Banks, etc 

" B — Advances to Imperial and Foreign Governments 

C — Soldier Land Settlement Loans 

" D — Sliscellaneous Current Accounts (receivable) 

E— Public Works— Canals 

" F — Railways 

" G — " Miscellaneous 

" H — Military Property and Stores 

I — Territorial Accounts 

" J — Railway Accounts (old) 

" K — " (Loans Non-active) 

" L — Miscellaneous Investments (Non-active) 

" M — Savings Bank Deposits 

" N — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 

O— Trust Funds 

" P — Contingent Funds 

" Q — Province Accounts 

" R — Miscellaneous Current Accounts (payable) 

" S — Temporary Loans 

T— Funded Debt 

" D — Interest Due and Unpaid 

" V — Guaranteed Securities 



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Schedules op Expenditure 



Schedule 1 — Agriculture 

2— Air Board 

3 — Customs and Excise 

4 — Finance 

5 — Immigration and Colonization 

6 — Indian Affairs 

7 — Interior 

8 — Justice 

9 — Labour 

" 10 — Legislation 

" 11 — Marine and Fisheries 

" 12— Militia and Defence 

" 13 — Naval Service 

" 14 — Pensions 

15— Post Office 

16— Public Works 

17 — Railways and f 'anals 

18 — Royal Canadian Mounted Police.. 
19 — Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment. 

20— Soldier Settlement Board 

21 — Trade and Commerce 

22 — Other Departments — 
Aj*cbives 

Auditor General 

Civil Service Commission 

Brtemal Affairs 

< lovemor General's Office 

Health 

Insurance 

Mines 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS— Continued 

Schedules of Expenditure— Concluded 

Schedule 22 — Other Departments — Concluded Page 

Patents and Copyrights 29 

Printing and Stationery 29 

Privy Council 30 

Purchasing Commission 30 

Secretary of State 30 

Schedule 23 — Miscellaneous 30 

" 24 — Adjustment of War Claims 32 

25— Cost of Loan Flotations 32 

" 26 — Miscellaneous Charges 33 

Schedules or Revenue 

(Comparative with 1921-22) 

Schedule 27 — Customs and Excise 34 

" 28— Finance 34 

" 29 — Immigration and Colonization 35 

" 30— Interior 35 

" 31 — Marine and Fisheries 36 

" 32— Patents and Copyrights 36 

33— Post Office 36 

34— Public Works 37 

" 35 — Railways and Canals 37 

" 36— Trade and Commerce 37 

" 37— Other Departments- 
Agriculture 38 

Air Board 38 

Archives 38 

Auditor General's Office 38 

Civil Service Commission 38 

Commission of Conservation 38 

External Affairs 38 

Health 38 

Indian Affairs 39 

Insurance 39 

International Joint Commission 39 

Justice 39 

Labour 39 

Legislation 39 

Militia and Defence 39 

Mines 39 

Naval 39 

Pensions 39 

Printing and Stationery 39 

Privy Council 40 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 40 

Secretary of State 40 

Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment 40 

Soldier Land Settlement 40 

Superannuation Revenue 40 

Schedule 3S — War and Demobilization Receipts 41 

" 39 — Miscellaneous Receipts 41 

Schedules to Cash Statement 

Schedule AA — Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc 42 

" BB — " Imperial and Foreign Governments 42 

" CC — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 42 

" DD— Trust Funds 42 

EE — Contingent Fund 43 

FF — Loan Accounts (Funded Debt) 43 

GG — Soldier Land Settlement Loans 43 

" HH— Public Works Capital— Canals 44 

II— Railways 44 

JJ — Miscellaneous 44 

KK — Military Property and Stores 45 

" LL — Railway Accounts (Old) 45 

MM — Railway Accounts (Loans Ncn-activc) 45 

NN — Miscellaneous Investments (Non-active) 45 

" OO — Savings Banks 45 

PP — Miscellaneous Current Accounts 45 

QQ — 1 emporary Loans 46 

" RR — Interest Due and Unpaid 46 

Comparative Tables 

Table of Expenditure and Revenue 47 

Table of Debt of Canada 49 

Table of Receipts from War Tax Revenue 50 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS— Concluded 

Appendices Page 

No. 1 — Funded Debt payable in Canada and interest payable thereon 53 

No. 2 — Funded Debt payable in London and interest payable thereon 54 

No. 3— Funded Debt payable in New York and interest payable thereon 55 

No. 4 — Suspense Accounts 55 

No. 5 — Sinking Fund Purchases 56 

No. 6 — Civil Government, Cost of Living Bonus, Reclassification, Expenditures by Departments. 57 

No. 7— Interest on Public Debt 59 

No. 8 — Charges of Management 62 

No. 9 — Premium, Discount and Exchange Expenditure 67 

No. 10 — Superannuation No. 1 Expenditure 68 

No.2 " 88 

No. 3 (Printing Bureau) Expenditure 90 

No. 4 (Retirement Act, 1920), Expenditure 94 

Persons superannuated during the year 114 

Persons who died during the year 117 

No. 11 — Public Works Expenditure (chargeable to Income) 118 

No. 12 — Adjustment of War Claims — Department of Militia and Defence 129 

No. 13 — Customs and Excise Revenue and expenses of collection (by ports) 130 

No. 14 — Interest on Investments 140 

No. 15 — Casual Revenue 143 

No. 16 — Fines and Forfeitures 150 

No. 17 — Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue 152 

No. IS — Superannuation Revenue 155 

No. 19 — Loans authorized and redeemed 156 

No. 20 — Number and total salaries of Dominion Government Employees on March 31, 1923 157 

No. 21— Decayed Pilots Fund 160 

No. 22— Halifax Pilots Pension Fund 161 

No. 23— St. John Pilots Pension Fund 162 

No. 24— Svdney Pilots Pension Fund 162 

No. 2.5— Statement of Account, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co., issue of £14,000,000 163 

No. 26— Statement of Account, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co., issue of $16,000.000 164 

No. 27— Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co, issue of £1,622,586-19-9 164 

No. 2S — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co., issue of $45,000,000 165 

No. 29 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Co., issue of £7,350,000 166 

No. 30 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £647,260 166 

No. 31 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £733,561 167 

No. 32— Indian Trust Funds 167 

No. 33 — Dominion Notes Circulation 168 

No. 34 — " withdrawn from circulation and destroyed 168 

No. 35 — " issued and redeemed and in circulation 169 

No. 36 — Silver Recoinage Statement 169 

No. 37 — Copper Recoinage Statement 169 

No. 38 — Dominion Notes issued to Assistant Receivers General 170 

No 39— Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in Circulation 1SS2 to 1923 170 

No. 40 — Canadian Gold Coin issued by the Mint 171 

No. 41 — Silver and Bronze coinage for Canada from 1858 to 1923 172 

No. 42 — Deportation of American Coinage from 1910-1920. .y 173 

No. 43 — Province Subsidy Accounts 174 



14 GEORGE v SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1924 



Department of Finance, 
Ottawa, 
September 10, 1923. 

The Right Honourable W. S. Fielding, 
Minister of Finance. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts of Canada 
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. 

ORDINARY RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

The receipts for the year, on account of Consolidated Fund, amounted 
to §394,614,900.00 and the expenditure on same account §332,293,732.09 
showing surplus of ordinary receipts over ordinary expenditure of $62,321,167.91. 

SPECIAL EXPENDITURES 

In addition to the ordinary expenditure the following special expenditures 
were made chargeable to Consolidated Fund: — 

Adjustment of AYar Claims $ 6,784,623 52 

Less — Refunds of Previous Years' Ex- 
penditures 2,319,863 76 

84,464,759 76 

Cost of Loan Flotations 3,065,095 06 

$7,529,854 82 

Other Special Expenditures $ 977 ,835 47 

Less — Refunds of Previous Years' Ex- 
penditures 8,479,310 30 

7,501,474 83 

Net amount special expenditures $ 28,379 99 



Included in the amount of $8,479,310.30 shown above as refunds of previous 
years' expenditures is the sum of $8,199,333.31 received from the Imperial 
Government in settlement of exchange rates on repayments from July 1, 1920, 
to August, 1921, made in London on account of the Imperial Government's 
indebtedness to the Dominion of Canada. 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

The following outlays were made during the year and charged to Capital: — 

( 'anals — 

Rideau Canal $ 3,989 68 

Trent Canal 1 73,553 43 

Welland Ship Canal 6,404.157 18 

St. Lawrence Ship ('anal. Surveys and 

Investigations 45,145 74 

■ $ 6,626,846 03 



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Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways $ 3,141 ,039 12 

Hudson Bay Railway 27 ,802 56 

Caraquet and Gulf Shore Railway 59 , 950 00 

— $ 3,228,791 68 

Total Railways and Canals $ 9,855,637 71 

Public Works — 

Government Buildings, Ottawa $ 612, 119 23 

Esquimalt, B.C., New Dry Dock 562,120 76 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbours... 210,049 12 

Quebec Harbour 47,180 64 

St. John Harbour 849,805 17 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 751 ,303 32 

Toronto Island, Breakwater Protection. . . . 43,568 96 

Ship Channel, River St. Lawrence 658 ,933 72 

Sorel Shipyard 89,321 60 

Elevator Dredge 89,855 00 

Self-propelling Hopper Barge 226 ,469 21 

4,140,726 73 

Total Capital Expenditure $13,996,364 44 



The following receipts were received during the year and credited to 
Capital Account — 

Canals — 

Welland Ship Canal $ 1,627,763 34 

Trent Canal 3,898 42 

$ 1,631,661 76 

Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways, Rolling 

Stock $ 1,825,208 13 

Outstanding cheques refunded 2,808 63 

1,828,016 76 

Quebec Bridge 344 70 

Public Works — ■ 

Quebec Harbour $ 3,085 26 

Toronto Harbour 35 50 

Government Shipbuilding Programme 690,627 11 

River St. Lawrence — 

New Ice Breaker 35,210 88 

Sorel Shipyard 258 13 

729,216 88 

$ 4,189 240 10 
Net Charge to Capital Account $ 9,807,124 34 



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SAVINGS BANKS 

At the close of the fiscal year, the balance at the credit of the depositors 
in the Post Office and Government Savings Banks amounted to §31,791,106.39 
a decrease of §2,875,727.36 as compared with the balance held on March 31, 
1922. The withdrawals during the year exceeded the deposits by §3,832,284.87 
while $956,557.51 was added for interest accrued, making a net decrease of 
$2,875,727.36. 

INVESTMENTS 
Sinking Funds 

Investments on account of Sinking Funds of the various loans were made 
during the year to the amount of S2. 960. 275. 68. The total investments for 
Sinking Funds increased from §29,860,654.25 on March 31, 1922 to §32,820,929.93 
on March 31, 1923. 

Advances to Haebour Commissioners 

Advances were made under Statute to the following Harbour Commis- 
sioners: — 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners 8 1 ,802,000 00 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners 284,200 00 

Vancouver Harbour Commissioners 2,289,000 00 

% 4,375,200 00 



Loans to Banks 

Under authority of 5 Geo. V, Chapter 3, "Finance Act 1914", and 
amendments thereto, advances during the year to an aggregate amount of 
$263,700,000 were made by way of issues of Dominion notes to various 
banks. On the 1st April. 1922. the outstanding balance on this account 
amounted to §47,242,762.99. During the year repayments were made to the 
amount of §297.020,102.29, leaving a balance at the close of the year of 
$13,922,660.70. 

Loans to Railways 

Advances were made to the following railways: — 

Canadian Northern Railway Company — 

Charges under authoritv of Appropriation 

Act, 1922 ' §42,800,000 00 

Less — Reduction of Loan under "The 

War Measures Act" 8 700,500 76 

Reduction of Loan under Authority 

of Appropriation Act, 1921 500,000 00 

— 1,200,500 76 

§41,599,499 24 



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Grand Trunk Railway Company — 

Charges under authority of Appropriation 

Act, 1922 $23,288,747 15 

Less — Reduction of Loans — 

Under authority of Appropriation Act, 

1920 $ 1,469,867 56 

Under authority of Appropriation Act, 

1921 1,149,420 62 

2,619,288 18 

$20,669,458 97 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company — 

Charges under authority of Orders of the 

Exchequer Court of Canada $ 9,449,907 68 

Interest Guaranteed by the Dominion 

Government 1 ,395,885 17 

Branch Lines Coupons guaranteed by the 

Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. 2,969,585 18 

$13,815 378 03 

Less — Interest guaranteed by the Grand 
Trunk Railway, transferred to Grand 
Trunk Railway Loan under Appro- 
priation Act, 1922 536,203 80 

$13,279,174 23 

Railway Equipment — 

Advances to Railways for purchase of 
Equipment, under authority of Appro- 
priation Act, 1922 $ 2,315,805 79 

Net charges to Railways $77 ,863 ,938 23 

Merchant Marine Loan 
Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited $ 5,979,856 08 

Advances to Provinces 

Province of Prince Edward Island (Housing Loan) $ 50,000 00 

Province of Quebec (Housing Loan) 2,078,731 66 

Province of Nova Scotia (Housing Loan) 437 , 000 00 

Province of Ontario (Housing Loan) 600,000 00 

$ 3,165,731 66 

Advances were made under authority of Appropriation Act, 1922, on the 
terms and conditions as set forth in the Order-in-Council and amendments 
thereto. 

Imperial and Foreign Covernments 

During the year the Imperial Government reduced its indebtedness to the 
Dominion of Canada by $56,226,198.40 leaving a balance at the close of the 
year of $66,493,513.31 in favour of the Dominion, not including further amounts 
to be determined by agreement when final adjustments have been made. 



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Soldier Land Settlement Board 

Loans to the above Board increased during the year from $78,293,245.32 
to S83,325,151.80 making an increase of 85,031,906.48! 

DEBT 

The net debt of the Dominion at the close of the fiscal year was *2.453,- 
776,868.74 or an increase of S31,641,067.01 over the debt as it stood on March 
31, 1922. The increase is accounted for as follows: — 

Advances to Railways (net) 877,863,938 23 

Advances to Canadian Government Merchant 

Marine, Limited 5,979,856 08 

Advances to Quebec Harbour Commissioners . . 284 , 200 00 

Expenditure on Capital Account (net) 9,807,124 34 

Adjustment of War Claims (net) 4 . 464 , 759 76 

Cost of Loan Flotations 3 , 065 , 095 06 

Special Expenditure charged to Consolidated 

Fund 977,835 47 

Canadian Pacific Railway (Original Construc- 
tion) 248 72 

Military Property and Stores — Toronto Bar- 
racks Site 77 56 

§102,443,135 22 

Less — 

Excess of Ordinary Revenue over Ordinary 

Expenditure/. ".862,321,167 91 

Special Receipts credited to Consolidated 

Fund 8,479,310 30 

Canadian Northern Railway Transport 

Account (non-active asset) 1 .590 00 

70,802,068 21 

831,641,067 01 

TEMPORARY LOANS 

The amount of temporary loans outstanding March 31, 1923 was 
895,432,000.00. 

LOANS 

The five year 5^% bonds of the 1917 Victory Lean amounting to 8182,834,- 
500.00 matured December 1. 1922. The bond holders were given the 
privilege of converting into 5i% bonds of the Renewal Loan. The holders 
took advantage of the offer to the extent of 8114.464.150.00 as follows: — 

5 year bonds due Nov. 1, 1927 S29,068,400 00 

10 year bonds due Nov. 1, 1932 85,395,750 00 

Under the provisions of the Appropriation Act, 1921. authority was given 
by Orders in Council P.C. 896 dated April 24, 1922 and P.C. 929 dated April 29, 
1922 for the issue and sale in New York of 8100,000,000, 5% bonds. The 
bonds are a thirty-year issue, dated May 1, 1922, and due May 1, 1952, 
redeemable at the option of the Government as a whole but not in part, on and 
after May 1, 1942 at par and accrued interest on giving sixty days' notice. 
These bonds were sold to Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co. and associates at a price 
of 97| and accrued interest. 



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GUARANTEED SECURITIES 
The list of securities guaranteed by the Dominion is as follows: — 

1. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 3 per cent 1st Mortgage sterling 

debenture stock, due July 10, 1953. 

The guarantee for the principal of £1,923.287 and interest thereon given 
under authority of Chap. 7, 3-4 Edward VII (1903). 

2. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 3i per cent 1st Mortgage sterling 

debenture stock due July 20, 1958. 

The guarantee for the principal of £l,622,5S6 19s. 9d. and interest thereon 
given under authority of Chap 11, 7-8 Edward VII (1908). 

3. The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company, 3| per cent 1st Mortgage 

sterling debenture stock, due May 19, 1961. 

The guarantee for the principal of £7,350,000 and interest thereon given 
under authority of Chap. 6, 1-2 George V (1911). 

4. The Canadian Northern Mberta Railway Company, 3| per cent 1st Mortgage 

sterling debenture stock, due May 4, 1960. 

The guarantee for the principal of £647,260 5s. 6d. and interest thereon 
siiven under authority of Chap. 6, 9-10 Edward VII (1910) as amended by 
Chap. 8, 2 George V (1912). 

5. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, 3 per cent 1st Mortgage 

(^Western Division) bonds, due Jan. 1, 1962. 

The guarantee given under authority of Chap. 98, 4-5 Edward VII (1905) 
is for the principal of bonds (and interest thereon) to an amount equal to 75 
per cent of the cost of construction of the Western Division of the National 
Transcontinental Railway, but not exceeding §13,000 a mile in respect of the 
Prairie Section of the said railway. The amount of bonds issued and guaranteed 
is £7,200,000, of which £3,200,000 were issued in 1905, £2.000,000 in 1909, and 
£2,000,000 in 1910. 

The balance, £6,800,000, of the issue of £14,000,000 authorized by the 
above Act to be guaranteed by the Dominion, has been purchased under authority 
of Chapter 24, 3-4 George V (1913), "The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bond 
Purchase Act." 

The purchases by fiscal years were : — 

During fiscal vear 1912-13 £ 2,2S7,700 

During fiscal year 1913-14 2,645,000 

During fiscal year 1914-15 1 ,867,300 

£ 6,800,000 



6. The Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Company, 3| per cent 1st Mortgage 

sterling debenture stock, due April 1, 1962. 

The guarantee for the principal of £733,561 12s. lOd. and interest thereon 
given under authority of Chap. 7, 2 George V (1912). 

7. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 4 per cent 1st Mortgage deben- 

ture stock and bonds, due September 1, 1934. 



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The guarantee for a principal amount not exceeding 845,000,000, and 
interest thereon given under authority of Chap. 20, 4-5 George V (1914). Of 
these securities $17,060,333.33 have been sold and a portion of the remainder 
has been pledged for the purpose set out in the Act. 

8. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, 4 per cent sterling bonds, 

due January 1, 1962. 

The guarantee for a principal amount not exceeding $16,000,000 and 
interest thereon given under authority of Chap. 34, 4-5 George V (1914). Of 
these securities, £1,736,800 have been sold and £1,543,200 pledged against 
an advance by the Dominion Government of an issue of Dominion Notes to the 
amount of $6,000,000. 

9. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 7 per cent sinking fund gold 

debenture bonds, due Dec. 1, 1940. 

The guarantee for the principal of 825,000,000, interest thereon, and of the 
sinking fund, as the same respectively become due, given by Order in Council, 
dated Nov. 27, 1920 (P.C. 2898), under the provisions of Chap. 11, 8-9 George 
V (1918). The issue was made by the Railway Company in New York City, 
December 1, 1920, through Messrs. William A. Read and Company, at a price 
of 96.20 in New York funds and sold to the public at 100. 

10. The Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, 7 per cent sinking fund 

gold debenture bonds, due October 1, 1940. 

The guarantee for the principal of $25,000,000, interest thereon, and of the 
sinking; fund, as the same respectively become due, given by Order in Council 
dated November 4, 1920 (P.C. 2692), 'under the provisions of Chapter 73, 10-11 
George V (1920). The issue was made by the Railway Company in New York 
City, October, 1920, through Messrs. William A. Read and Company, at a price 
of 94| in New York funds and sold to the public at 100. 

11. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 5J per cent notes, due December 

1, 1924. 

The guarantee for the principal of $6,000,000 and interest thereon given 
by Order in Council dated September 18, 1919 (P.C. 1956), and Order in Council 
dated January 29, 1920 (P.C. 201), under the provisions of Chapter 11, 8-9 
George V (1918). 

12. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 65 per cent sinking fund gold 

debenture bonds, due July 1, 1946. 

The guarantee for the principal of $25,000,000, interest thereon, and of the 
sinking fund, as the same respectively become due, given by Order in Council 
dated 16th Julv, 1921 (P.C. 2494), under the provisions of Chapter 11, 8-9 
George V (1918), and Chapter 199, 11-12 George V (1921). The issue was 
made by the Railway Company in New York City, July, 1921, through Messrs. 
Dillon, Read and Company, at a price of 92^ in New York funds and sold to the 
public at 96|. 

13. The Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, 6 per cent sinking fund gold 

debenture bonds, due September 1, 1936. 

The guarantee for the principal of $25,000,000, interest thereon, and of the 
sinking fund, as the same respectively become due, given by Order in Council 
dated September 22, 1921 (P.C. 3554), under the provisions of Chapter 54, 



xvi DEPART MEM OF FINANCE 

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11-12 George V (1921). The issue was made by the Railway Company in New 
York City, September, 1921, through Messrs. Dillon, Read and Company, at 
a price of 92 in New York funds and sold to the public at 95^. 

14. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, 5 per cent gold notes, due 
March 1, 1925. 

The guarantee for the principal of -SI 1,000,000 and interest thereon, given 
by Order in Council dated March 16, 1922 (P.C. 596), under the provisions of 
Chapter 11,8-9 George V (1918). The issue was sold by tender in March, 1922, 
being awarded to Messrs. Dillon, Read and Company, New York City, at a 
price of 99.03 and sold to the public at 99|. 



15 GRAND TRUNK ACQUISITION GUARANTEES 

Pursuant to the provisions of the Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition Act, 
Chapter 13, 10-11 George V (1919), and under an Order in Council dated 31st 
December, 1919, there has been guaranteed the payment of dividends at the 
rate of four per cent per annum on £12,500,000 sterling of the four per cent 
guaranteed stock of the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada and of the 
interest upon the following debenture stocks: — 

Five per cent Grand Trunk debenture stocks. . . £ 4,270,375 
Five per cent Great Western debenture stocks. . 2,723,080 
Four per cent Grand Trunk debenture stocks.. . 24,624,455 
Four per cent Northern debenture stocks 308,215 

DOMINION NOTES 

The circulation of Dominion Notes stood at $242,657,765.42 on March 
31, 1923, being an increase over the circulation at the close of last year of 
$1,196,339. Gold held as security amounted to $125,561,019.67. Of the 
total amount of Notes outstanding, $79,922,660.70 were against approved 
securities held by the Department, under Finance Act, 1914. Chap. 4, and Acts 
of 1915. 

SUPERANNUATION AND RETIREMENT ACTS 

The statement showing the number and total salaries of officials coming 
under Superannuation Acts and Retirement Act has been continued to March 
31, 1923. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. C. SAUNDERS, 
Deputy Minister of Finance. 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1924 



BALANCE SHEET 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
CONDENSED CASH STATEMENT 



SCHEDULES 

COMPARATIVE TABLES 

APPENDICES 



2—1 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



THE DOMINION 
BALANCE SHEET 

Assets — $ cts. 

Cash on hand and in Banks 4 ,256 ,042 28 

Specie Reserve 130, 150,334 68 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule A 75,433,038 15 

Advances to Imperial and Foreign Governments, per 

schedule B 106,540,470 40 

Soldier Land Settlement Loans, per schedule C 83,325,151 80 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule D 35,345,330 60 



Balance being Net Debt March 31, 1923 (exclusive of 

interest accrued and outstanding) carried forward. .2,453,776,868 74 



2,888,827,236 65 



Public Works, Canals, per schedule E 144,447,671 80 

Public Works, Railways, per schedule F 423,314,377 72 

Public Works, Miscellaneous, per schedule G 179,609,355 51 

Military Property and Stores, per schedule H 11,749,164 47 

Territorial Accounts, per schedule 1 9 , 895 , 947 68 

Railway Accounts (old), per schedule J 88,397,418 34 

Railway Accounts (Loans non-active), per schedule K. . . 558,371,773 03 

Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited 5,979,856 08 

Miscellaneous Investments (non active), per schedule L . . 11 ,667 ,442 79 

Balance Consolidated Fund as at March 31, 

1922 $1,082,636,649 24 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure, 

Year ended March 31, 1923 62,292,787 92 

1,020,343,861 32 

2,453,776,868 74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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OF CANADA 
MARCH 31, 1923 

Liabilities — $ cts. 

Dominion Notes in Circulation 242 , 657 , 765 42 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 6,454,150 30 

Post Office Account, Money Orders, Postal Notes, etc., 

outstanding 3,128,772 21 

Savings Bank Deposits, per schedule M 31 , 791 , 106 39 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule N. . . 20,711 ,439 96 

Trust Funds, per schedule O 19,621 ,838 28 

Contingent Funds, per schedule P 2,408,867 92 

Province Accounts, per schedule Q 9 , 624 ,153 30 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule R 421 ,384 65 

Temporary Loans, per schedule S 95 ,432 ,000 00 

Funded Debt, per schedule T 2 ,452 ,735 ,750 10 

Interest Due and Unpaid, per schedule U 3,840,008 12 

2,888,827,236 65 



Balance Net Debt March 31, 1923, brought forward 2,453,776,868 74 



2,453,776,868 74 



Note: — The guarantee of the Dominion of Canada has bcen'given to railway 
securities as listed in schedule V. 



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4 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

THE DOMINION 

Expenditure and 

Year ended 
Expenditure 

Ordinary $ cts. 

Agriculture, per schedule No. 1 7 , 169 ,381 16 

Air Board, per schedule No. 2 1 ,024,599 12 

Customs and Excise, per schedule No. 3 7,779,930 19 

Finance, per schedule No. 4 4 , 895 , 906 67 

" Interest on Public Debt, per schedule No. 4 137,892,735 19 

" Subsidies to Provinces, per schedule No. 4 12 , 207 , 313 28 

Immigration and Colonization, per schedule No. 5 2,354,975 34 

Indian Affairs, per schedule No. 6 3 ,306,232 96 

Interior, per schedule No. 7 6,897,912 85 

Justice, per schedule No. 8 4 , 191 ,729 28 

Labour, per schedule No. 9 2,209,631 80 

Legislation, per schedule No. 10 2,653,566 81 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 11 6,316,077 99 

Militia and Defence, per schedule No. 12 10,666,207 69 

Naval, per schedule No. 13 2,464,876 85 

Pensions, per schedule No. 14 32,986,919 17 

Post office, per schedule No. 15 31,180,814 40 

Public Works, per schedule, No. 16 12,078,280 32 

Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 17 15,350,295 32 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, per schedule No. 18 2,489,815 46 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, per schedule No. 19 13,365,134 89 

Soldier Land Settlement, per schedule No. 20 1 ,819,825 56 

Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 21 4 ,641 ,851 83 

Other Departments, per schedule No. 22 4 ,254 ,269 76 

Miscellaneous, per schedule No. 23 2 .095 ,448 20 

332,293,732 09 
Special 

Adjustment of War Claims, per schedule No. 24 6 , 784 , 623 52 
Cost of Loan Flotations, per schedule No. 25. . 3 ,065 ,095 06 
Miscellaneous Charges, per schedule No. 26... 977,835 47 

10,827,554 05 

343,121,286 14 
Balance being excess of Revenue over Expenditure carried to 

Consolidated Fund 62 ,292 ,787 92 



405,414,074 06 



Capital 
Expenditure $ cts. 

Canals, per schedule H.H. (to cash statement) 6,626,846 03 

Railways, per schedule I.I. (to cash statement) 3 ,228 ,791 68 

Public Works, per schedule J.J. (to cash statement) 4 , 140 ,726 73 



13,996,364 44 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF CANADA 
Revenue Account 
March 31, 1923 

Revenue 

Ordinary S cts. 

Customs and Excise, per schedule No. 27... 

Customs Import Duties 118,056,469 40 

Excise Duties 35,761 ,996 45 

Sales Tax, Tax on Cheques, Transport- 
ation Tax, etc 106.482,718 08 

Sundry Collections 443,272 75 



Finance, per schedule No. 28 — 

Income Tax 

Business Profits Tax 

Miscellaneous War Taxes. . 
Interest on Investments . 
Sundry Collections 



59,711,538 
13,031,461 

2,409,156 
16,465,302 

2.079,820 



37 
80 
65 
91 

89 



260,744,456 68 



93,697,280 62 

224,833 50 

2.376,543 52 

561,211 84 

484,877 92 

Post Office, per schedule No. 33. . 29.019,776 38 

876.383 32 

899,566 03 

2.8S4.343 18 

2,845.627 01 



Immigration and Colonization, per schedule No. 29. 

Interior, per schedule No. 30 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 31 

Patents and Copyrights, per schedule No. 32 . 



Public Works, per schedule No. 34. 
Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 35. 
Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 36. 
Other Departments, per schedule No. 37.... 



Special 

War and Demobilization Receipts, per 

schedule No. 38 

Miscellaneous Receipts, per schedule Xo. 39 



394,614.900 00 



2.319,863 76 
8,479,310 30 



10,799.174 06 




405,414,074 06 



Account 

Receipts 

( aiials, per schedule H.H. (to cash statement) 

Railways, per schedule I.I. (to cash statement) 

Public Works, per schedule J.J. (to cash statement) 
Balance carried to Capital Account 



$ cts. 

1,631,661 76 

1,828,361 46 

729,216 88 

9,807,124 34 

13,996,364 44 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



CONDENSED CASH 
Year ended 



Receipts 

Balance from fiscal year 1921-22 — 

Banks in Canada 28,533,858 60 

Bank of Montreal, London, England. . 3,256,423 67 



cts. 



31,790,282 27 
Less— Bank of Montreal, New York 7,890,505 70 



23,899,776 57 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule A. A 28,158,656 33 

Advances to Imperial and Foreign Governments, per sche- 
dule B.B 56,226,218 95 

Dominion Notes 1,196,339 00 

Post Office Account 1,135,159 30 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule C.C. . . . 3,862,317 29 

Trust Funds, per schedule D.D 973,864 11 

Contingent Funds, per schedule E.E 280 , 142 43 

Loan Accounts (Funded Debt), per schedule F.F 31 ,944 ,489 98 

Consolidated Fund, per Expenditure and Revenue Accounts . 62,292,787 92 



209,969,751 88 



Note. — Where there have been both Receipts and Disbursements affecting 
the above indicated accounts the net amount only is shown. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



STATEMENT 
March 31, 1923 

Payments 

§ cts. 

Specie Reserve 44,440,009 98 

Soldier Land Settlement Loans, per schedule G.G 5,031 ,906 48 

Capital Accounts — 

Public Works, Canals, per schedule H.H. . 4 ,995 , 184 27 
Public Works, Railways, per schedule I.I. 1 ,400 ,430 22 
Public Works, Miscellaneous, per sche- 
dule J.J 3,411.509 85 

9,807,124 34 

Military Property and Stores, per schedule K.K 77 56 

Railway Accounts (old), per schedule L.L 248 72 

Railway Accounts (Loans non-active), per schedule M.M. . . . 77,862,348 23 

Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited 5,979,856 08 

Miscellaneous Investments (non-active), per schedule X.N. . . 284,200 00 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 79,848 51 

Savings Bank Deposits, per schedule 0.0 2,875,727 36 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule P.P 9,525,877 95 

Temporary Loans, per schedule Q.Q 49 , 103 ,000 00 

Interest Due and Unpaid, per schedule R.R 723,484 39 

Balance to fiscal year 1923-24 — 

Bank of Montreal, New York 4 ,661 ,553 61 

Bank of Montreal. London, England 1,123,243 24 

5,784,796 85 

Less — Banks in Canada 1 ,528,754 57 

: 4,256,042 28 



209,969,751 88 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET 



-? cts. 



Advances 
Prov 

Prov 
Prov 
Prov 
Prov 
Prov 
Prov 
Prov 
Prov 



Schedule "A" 

to Provinces, Banks etc- — 

ince of Saskatchewan, Loans to Farmers (O.C.P.C 

810, July 19, 1918) 

ince of Manitoba, Loans to Farmers 

ince of British Columbia (Housing Loans) 

ince of Manitoba (Housing Loans) 

ince of New Brunswick (Housing Loans) 

ince of Nova Scotia (Housing Loans) 

ince of Ontario (Housing Loans) 

ince of Prince Edward Island (Housing Loans). 

ince of Quebec (Housing Loans) 



Loans to Banks, "Finance Act, 1914" 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Co. 

City of Edmonton (Soldiers Civil Re-Establishment) 

Vancouver Harbour Commission 

Victoria Shipowners, Ltd 

Southern Alberta Land Co 



Schedule "B" 

Advances to Imperial and Foreign Governments — 

Imperial Government Account 

Italian Government 

Belgian Government 

Belgian Government (Sale of horses) 



French Government 

Greek Government 

Roumanian Government 
Russian Government 



Schedule "£" 

Soldier Land Setth merit Loans — 

Loans to Soldiers for Settlement of Land, etc . 
Suspense Account rt Indian lands and wagons 



Less Reserve re Doukhobor Lands 

Schedule "D" 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts — 

Advances to Royal Mint — Gold Purchase Account 

Silver Purchase Account . . 
Copper Purchase Account . . . 
Nickel Purchase Account.. . 



1,701,500 00 
1,975,000 00 
1,525,000 00 
1,537,000 00 
9,350.000 00 
50,000 00 
4,391,616 66 



1,762,789 64 
4,528,336 00 



83,812,766 20 
173,047 23 



Bank c.f Montreal, Provincial Notes Suspense 

Board of Grain Commissioners Advances under Canada 

Grain Act 

Canadian Government Railways "Open Accounts"... 

" "Stores" 

High Commissioner's "Suspense" 

King's Printer Advance Stationery 

Saskatchewan Government Seed Grain, Advances of 1908 

Seed (Grain and Relief, Depart mint of Interior 

St. John and Quebec Railway, "Stores" 

Sydney Pilotage 

Victory Loan 1918 Interest Suspense 

Bond Suspense Account 

Unpaid Coupons — New York Loans "Suspense" 



208,253 24 

1,908,502 18 

43,994 90 

202,016,78 



1,000.000 00 
500,000 00 



20,530,116 66 

13,922,660 70 

33,045,000 00 

133,255 92 

433,900 00 

160.000 00 

4,727,900 00 

648,938 75 

331,266 12 



66.493,513 31 
702 52 



6,291,125 64 

5,730.000 00 

7,520,473 17 

20.449,083 94 

55,571 82 



83,985,813 43 

660,661 63 



75.433,038 15 



106,540,470 40 



2,362,7li7 10 
28,431 33 

795 54 

6,042 932 52 

9,757,420 40 

4,230 95 

151,992 49 

109,525 93 

4, 762, Mil 'JO 

2,590 94 

59 99 

783 01 

12,070,600 00 

50,338 50 



83,325,151 80 



35,345,330 60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
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CtS. 



cts. 



Schedule "E" 

Public Works (Canals) — 

Burlington Bay Canal 

Chambly Canal. River Richelieu 

Improvement of Trent Canal 

Lachine Canal 

Lake St. Peter 

Murray Canal 

Ottawa Works 

Quebec- Canals 

Rideau Canal 

Sault Ste. Marie Canals 

St . Lawrence Canals 

St . Lawrence Ship Canal 

St. < >urs Locks 

S t . Peters Canal 

Tay River Navigation 

Trent River Navigation 

Wei land Canal 

Welland Ship Canal 

M iacellaneoua 



308, 

580, 

559 

11,142, 

1.164, 

1,248 

G 875 

34 

143, 

4.935, 

34.145, 

45, 

5, 

492 

476 

18,709 

29.403 

34,177, 



32s 32 
092 59 
067 70 
580 65 
235 08 
946 71 
244 17 
841 69 
411 12 
Ml'- 42 
085 97 
145 74 
690 91 
023 82 
128 73 
7-4 !■■» 
775 66 
35.3 54 
125 00 



Sthedtle "F" 

Public Works, (Railways) 

Canadian Government Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways 

Cape Breton Railway 

( araquet and Gulf shore Railway 

Elgin and Havelock Railway 
Hudson Bay Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

International Railway of New Brunswick 

Lotbiniere and Mejantic Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway. 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway 

Salisbury and Albert Railway 

St. Martin's Railway 

York and Carleton Railway 



72,M,v 

104, 

209 

33, 

20.651, 

120.220, 

2.681, 

336, 

297, 

1 1 . 548 

i, 892 

84, 

72, 

20, 



735 10 
520 54 
9"0 00 
530 00 
445 31 
732 24 
377 35 
875 00 
262 41 
:;7i B9 
124 15 
575 85 
390 41 
624 91 
976 16 



Other Railways and Miscellam ous 
Digby and Annapolis Railway 

North Railway 

Governor General's Cars 

Quebec Bridge 

Miscellaneous 



21 



660. 683 09 
250.000 00 

71,538 82 
706.664 49 

18,000 00 



400.607,491 32 



22.706.886 40 



SCHEDULE "G" 

Public Works, {Miscellaneous) — 

Rare Point Breakwater 

( 'ape Tormentine Harbour 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Georgian Bay to Montreal Waterway Survey 

Government Buildings. Ottawa 

< krvernment Shipbuilding Programme 

Halifax Dry Dock 

Improvements to the St, Lawrence 

Kingston Craving Dork 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 

Levis Graving Dock 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

New Dominion Building, Toronto 



217.995 90 
236 s6ll >,.'. 
126,408 36 
918.796 85 

597,622 1-' 
552,827 43 
340.764 70 
556.: Ml 3G 
348.320 77 
971,592 5s 
060.342 83 
166,646 95 



Carrie. 1 Forward 120.353,208 14 



144,447,671 80 



423,314,3/7 



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ets. 



Brought forward . . . 
Schedule "G' 



120,353,208 14 



-Concluded 



Public H orks, (Miscellaneous) — Concluded 

Port Arthur and Fort William and River Kaministi- 



quia 

Port Colborne Harbour 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 

Rainy River, Lock and Dam 

St. Andrews Rapids, including Red River Improvements 

St. John Harbour Improvements 

Tiffin Harbour Improvements 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 

Vancouver Harbour 

Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Improvements 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia, Improvements. . 
Yukon Territory Works 



Schedule "H" 

Military Property and Stores — 

Military Property and Stores 

Less — Fort Osborne Barracks, Winnipeg . 

St. Helen's Island Barracks Site 

Toronto Barracks Site 

Calgary Barracks (R.C.M. Police). 



62,947 27 

19,783 10 

1,922 43 

284,333 60 



Schedule "I" 

Territorial Accounts — 

Xorth West Territories, Organization 

N'orth West Territories, Purchase 

Expenses connected with North West Rebellion. 

Dominion Lands to March 31, 1911 

Less — Received from Dominion Lands 



10,425,395 92 
4,275,526 11 



Schedule "J" 

Railway Accounts (Old) — 

Canadian Pacific Ra'ilway 

Grand Trunk Railway Debenture Account. 
Grand Trunk Railway Interest Account. . . . 
Grand Trunk Railway Special Account 



Schedule "K" 

Railway Accounts (Loans Non-active) — 
Canadian Northern Railway — 
Ontario, Interest Account (Sec. 10, Chap. 6, Acts 1911). . 

Interest Account K'hap. 20, Acts of 1914) 

Loan Account 1914 (Chap. 4, Acts of 1915) 

Loan Account 1916 (Chap. 2y, Acts of 1916) 

Purchase of Capital Stock (Chap. 24, Acts of 1917, Sec. 4 

Sub.-sec. 3) 

Acquisition of Capital Stock, Legislation 1917 (7-8 

George V, Chap. 24) 

Loan on account of Interest and Equipment (Act No. 1 

Legislation of 1918) 

Ix>an under authority of vote 108, Appropriation Act 

No. 4, 1919 



2,396, 
5,294, 
10,000, 
15,000, 

10.000, 

25,000, 

25,000 

35,000, 



099 68 
000 02 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 



13,635 

904 

8,707, 

1,569. 
15,458, 

481. 
7,084 
3,600, 

761. 
5,131 
1,921 



325 95 
459 39 
552 04 
133 80 
845 74 
257 60 
621 59 
653 70 
078 73 
801 79 
024 94 
392 10 



179,609,355 51 



12,118,150 8: 



368.986 40 



11,749,164 47 



1.460,000 00 

1,460,000 00 

826, 077 



6,149,869 SI 



9,895,947 68 



62,790,024 81 

15,142,633 34 

10.457.45S 01 

7,302 IS 



88,397.418 34 



Carried forward 127,690,099 70 



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cts. 



$ rts 



? cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule "K" — Concluded 

Railway Accounts (Loans Non-Active) — Concluded. 
Canadian Northern Railway — Concluded. 
Loan under authority of vote 127, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4. 1920 

Loan under authority of vote 126, Appropriation Act, 

No. 2, 1921 

Loan under authority of vote 136, Appropriation Act, 

No. 1, 1922 

Loan under War Measures Act 

Transport Account 



Grand Trunk Railway — 
Loan under authoritv of vote 478, Appropriation Act 

No. 4, 1920 

Loan under authoritv of vote 126, Appropriation Act, 

No. 2, 1921 

Loan under authority of vote, 137, Appropriation Act, 

No. 1 , 1922 



Grand Trunk Pacific Railway — 

Loan Account of 1913 (Chap. 23 of Acts of 1913) 

Loan Account of 1914 fChap.4of Acts of 1915) 

3 per cent Mortgage Bonds (Chap. 24, 3-4 Geo. V, 1913) . 

Interest Account, Appropriation Act No. 2, 1916 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act No. 4, 1917 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act, 1918 

Receiver Account, O.C. 26th March, 1919, P.C. 635. . . . 
Guaranteed Interest Account (Guaranteed by the Do 

minion of Canada) 

Branch Lines Coupons — Guaranteed by the Provinces 
of Alberta and Saskatchewan 



Loans to Railway* — 
Purchase of Railway Equipment, Chap. 38, Statutes 1918 



Schedule "L" 

Miscellaneous Inv stments ( \on-Active) — 

Grand Trunk Railway Preference Stock 

Quebec Turnpike Trust Bond 

Earl of Selkirk Mortgage on property in Township of 

Moulton 

Quebec Harbour Debentures 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures 

Less — Sinking Funds 



127,690,099 70 



48,611,077 00 

45,188,141 52 

42.800,000 00 

1,887,821 16 

269,602 74 



266,446,742 12 



25,000.000 00 
55,293.435 18 
23,288,747 15 



103,582.182 33 



15,000,000 00 
6. 000, 000 00 

33,093,333 23 
7,081,783 45 
5,038,053 72 
7,471,399 93 

45,764,162 35 

8,704,662 65 
2,969,585 18 



131,122,980 51 



57,219,868 01 



558,371,773 03 



81,760 97 
2,308 41 



121,739 65 
20,000 00 



13,900 00 
11,432,350 58 



79,452 56 



11,667,442 



Schedule "M" 

Savings Rank Deposit* — 

Post Office Savings Banks 

Dominion Government Savings Banks. 



22,357,267 55 
9.433.838 84 



31,791,106 39 



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t 



Schedule "X 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds — 

Government Annuities 

Insurance Fund, Civil Service. . . . 

Returned Soldiers' Insurance 

Retirement Fund 

Superannuation Fund No. 2 



5,S92,604 63 

1,816,073 14 

969,709 53 

10.577,476 91 

1,455.575 75 



S< HEDULE "O" 

Trust Funds- 
Alberta. School Lands 

Common School Fund 

Canadian Military Canteen Funds 

Contractors Securities 

Decayed Pilots' Fund 

Less — Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 21 I 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

St . .John Pilots' Pension Fund 

1 — Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 2:; 

Halifax Pilots' Fund 

Lb Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 22) 



80.305 77 
71,000 00 



7.453 91 
2,500 00 



52.863 84 
47.S93 33 



Immigration Bonding Funds 

Indian Funds 

Intercolonial & P.E.I. Railway Employees— Provident 

Fund 

Manitoba School Lands 

Militia ami Defence Regimental Funds 

Military Estates No. 1 

Military Estates No. 2 

Pelagic Sealing Fund 

Saskatchewan School Lands 

Strathcona Trust Fund 

Sydney Pilots Pension Fund 



Schedule "P" 

( 'ontingent Funds — 

Banque du Peuple 

Banque St. Hyacinthe 

Banque St. Jean 

Banque Ville Marie 

Hank of Yarmouth 

Central Bank 

( lommercial Hank of Manitoba 

( Ontario J lank 

St. Stephens Hank 

Income Tax, Suspense 

Land Assurance Fund 

National Benefit Assurance Co., Ltd. In Liquidation).. 

Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment Fund No. 1 

No. 3 

Suspense Account re Liquidation 

Sterling Exchange refunds 

I aclaimed I Cheques, ( '. (1. Railways 

Railways and t !anals, Suspense 

Suspense Account (Per Appendix No. 4) 

~i ork ( ounty Loan and Savings Co. tin Liquidation). ... 

Unclaimed dividends re liquidation under Bankruptcy 

Act 



175.344 58 
2,656.136 99 
1.879,736 09 

931,723 82 



9,305 77 
1.023 



4.953 91 



4.970 51 

31,274 40 

11,516,212 72 

442 854 01 

66,414 57 

97,620 43 

195,679 76 

28,226 67 

521,041 -; 

555,471 91 

500,000 00 

3,846,39 



14.3S0 85 

7.337 00 

1,947 23 

4,549 59 

894 82 

2,225 !>4 

ti,455 56 

21,708 23 

11,471 67 

1,033 54 

9,567 65 

26,508 01 

195,703 26 

125,047 50 

852,655 91 

4.515 48 

1 , 157 48 

4,666 37 

,080, 6S9 74 

35,562 15 

789 94 



20.711.439 96 



19,621,838 28 



2,408 M37 92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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S eta 



rts 



CtS. 



Schedule "Q" 

Province Accounts — 

Province of British Columbia Debt Account 

Province of Manitoba Debt Account 

Province of Nova Scotia Debt Account 

Province of New Brunswick Debt Account 

Province of Ontario Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

Province of Prince Edward Island Debt Account 

Province of Quebec Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

Less: Province of Nova Scotia Suspense Account 

Province of Prince Edward Island Land Account 
Province of Quebec Debt Account 

Schedule "R" 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts — 
Canadian Trade ( 'ommission . . 
Candidates Election Deposits 

Internment Operations 

Prisoners of War 

St. John and Quebec Railway (Open Accounts) 

Victory Loan 1917, at credit of subscribers in arrears... 
Victory Loan 1918. at credit of subscribers in arrears , 
Victory' Loan 1919. at credit of subscribers in arrears. 

Victory Loans. Canvassers Suspense. . 

Unpaid Debentures 

Unpaid Warrants 

Walter .1. King — Suspense account 



583, 
3,578, 
1,055, 

529, 

2.S4N. 

775, 

2,549, 



021 40 
941 :(i 
924 25 
299 39 
289 52 
791 S3 
213 61 



40, 

782, 

1,473, 



315 94 
402 33 
609 63 



11,920,481 20 



2,296,327 90 



107,333 35 

600 00 

33,694 20 

7,424 39 

54,022 26 

105,669 5' 

60.670 00 

47, 784 in 

1,637 58 

973 33 

49 36 

1,526 



Schedule "S" 
7*. mporary Loans — 

Loan of 1917-19. New York, 5 per cent due Aug. 1, 1919. 
Treasury Bills, Canada. 54 per cent due April 1, 1923. . 
Treasury Bills, Canada, 5j per cent due April 15, 1923... 

due May 2. 1923. 
due May 15, 1923... 

Debenture Stock, 5 per cent payable on demand 



4,680 000 00 
41,060,000 00 
19,325,000 00 
29,655,000 00 



12,000 00 



94,720 000 00 
700,000 00 



Schedule "T" 
Funded Debt.— 
Payable in Canada — 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia, 

Unpaid Warrants, Prince Edward Island 

Compensation to Seigneurs 

Compensation to Townships 

Province of New Brunswick, 6 per cent Loan Debentures 

Province of Canada, 5 per cent Loan Debentures 

Dominion Stock, issue A. 6 per cent 

A. 3J per cent 

1 ( . 3 '. per cent 

C. 3j percent 

F. 3J per cent 

Debenture Stock, 5 per cent 1919 

5 per cent 1922 School Land".. 

5J per cent 1921 

War Savings Certificates. , 

Domirion of Canada Savings Certificates 

War Savings and Thrift Stamps 

Dominion of Canada War Loan, 1915-25, 5 per cent... 

1916-31, 5 per cent... 
1917-37, 5 per cent . 
Victory Loan 1917, 5) per cent, due 1922 

1927 

1937 .. 



3,117,650 00 

63,437.250 Oil 

236,298,850 00 



24 



39,198 65 

549 59 

12,140 15 

153 (¥1 

600 00 

400 00 

S.000 00 

I2,53(i 67 

45,500 00 

48,666 67 

i,ii, miii mi 

1,000 00 

133,000 00 

700 00 

59,842 45 

077.112 56 

748,853 54 

nil 500 I" 1 

931 Til H i nil 

166 91 III mi 



302,853,750 00 



9,624,153 30 



421,384 65 



95,432,000 00 



Carried forward 518,215,803 28 



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t 



Brought forward 

Schedule "T" — Concluded 

Funded Debt — Concluded — 
Payable in Canada — Concluded 
Victory Loan 1918, 5 5 per cent, due 1923. 
" 5i " 1933. 

Victory Loan 1919, 5 3 per cent, due 1924. 
" 5i per cent, due 1934. . 

Renewal Loan 1922,05 per cent, due 1927. 
" Si " 1932. 



172,459,650 00 
446,6(i3,S00 00 



107,955,650 00 
511,910,650 00 



29,068 400 00 
85,395 750 00 



Bond Loan, 3} per cent, 1925-28. 
" 4j per cent 1925— 45. . 



518,215,803 28 



619,123,450 00 
619,866,300 00 



114,464,150 00 

2,000,000 00 

65,207 351 17 



Less Sinking Funds — 
War Loan, 1915-25. 
1916-31. 
1917-37. 



713,000 00 
752,300 00 
379,800 00 



1,938,877,054 45 



1,845,100 00 



Payable in London — 

3J per cent Loar. 1884 

3| Canadian Pacific Railway Land Grant 

3, " 1930-50 

3 " 1S88 

3 " 1892 

3 " 1894 

2 5 " 1897 

4 " 1940-60 

4 5 " 1920-25 



1,937,031,954 45 



23,467,206 

15.056.006 66 

137, 05S 841 00 

8.071,230 16 
18,250,000 00 
10,950,000 00 

4,888, 1S5 64 
93,926,666 66 
24,333,333 33 



Less Sinking Funds — 

Loan of 1884 

3J per cent. Loan 1930-50. 
4 " 1940-60.. 
Sinking Funds Cash 



10.731.372 26 

13,957,S78 93 

6,286,578 74 

254,844 14 



336,001,469 72 



31,230,674 07 



Payable in New York — 

5 per cent, Bond Loan 1915-35 

5 per cent, Public Service Loan 1916. 

5 5 per cent, Bond Loan, 1919-29 

5 per cent, Bond Loan, 1922-52 



874,000 00 
50,059,000 00 
60.000.000 00 
100.000.000 00 



Schedule "U" 

Interest due and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interest (Domestic Loans) 

" (New York Loans) 

" " (London Loans) 

Unpaid Dividends Province of British Columbia 

*' Province of Canada 

" Province of New Brunswick 

" " Province of Nova Scotia 

" " Province of Prince Edward Island . 

" Dominion Stock 

" " 3 per cent Loan of 1894 



2,394.544 62 

1.400,078 75 

33,622 37 

33 67 

4.663 18 

1,279 00 

795 80 

867 25 

4,102 33 

21 15 



304,770,795 65 



210,933,000100 



2,452.735.750 10 



3.840.00S 12 



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15 



$ cts. 



Schedule "V" 

Guaranteed Securities — 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest — 

1. Canadian Xorthern Ry. Co., 3 per cent deb. stock 

due 1953 

2. Canadian Xorthern Rv. Co., 3} per cent deb. stock 

due 1958 

3. Canadian Xorthern Ont. Ry. Co., 3j per cent deb. 

stock due 1961 

4. Canadian Xorthern Alta. Ry. Co., 3? per cent deb. 

stock due 1960 ." 

5. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 3 per cent bonds due 

1962 

6. Canadian Xorthern Alta. Ry. Co., 3| per cent deb. 

stock due 1962 

7. Canadian Xorthern Rv. Co., 4 per cent bonds, due 

1934 

8. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 4 per cent bonds due 

1962 

9. Canadian Xorthern Ry. Co., 7 per cent bonds due 

1940 

10. Grand Trunk Ry. Co., 7 per cent bonds due 1940 

11. Canadian Xorthern Ry. Co., 5| per cent notes due 

1924 

12. Canadian Xorthern Rv. Co., 6J per cent bonds due 

1946 

13. Grand Trunk Ry. Co., 6 per cent bonds due 1936 

14. Canadian Xorthern Ry. Co.. 5 per cent notes due 1925 



Guaranteed as to Interest only — 
15. Grand Trunk Ry. Acquisition Guarantees — 

Grand Trunk 4 per cent guar, stock 

Grand Trunk 5 per cent perp. deb. stock 

Great Western 5 per cent perp. deb. stock 

Grand Trunk 4 per cent perp. deb. stock 

Xorthern Ry. of Can. 4 per cent perp. deb. stock, 



£ s. d. 

1,923,287-0-0 
1,622,586-19-9 
7, 350,000-' 0-0 
647,260- 5-6 
14,000,000-0- 
733,561-12-10 



Principal 
Amount 



3,280,000-0- 



9,359,996 

7,896,590 
35,770.000 

3,150.000 
68,040,000 

3,569,999 

45,000.000 

15,940.800 

25.000.000 
25.000.000 



6.000.000 00 



25.000.000 
25.000,000 
11,000.000 



Amount 

outstanding at. 

March 31, 

1923 

9,359,996 72 

7,896,588 26 

35.770,000 00 

3,149,998 66 

68,040,000 00 

3,569,996 86 

35,773,333 33 

15,940,800 00 

24,793,000 00 
24.743,000 00 

6,000,000 00 

25,000.000 00 
25.000.000 00 
11,000,000 00 



301.727.386 70 



296.aJ6.713 S3* 



12,500.000- 0- 
4,270,375- 0- 
2.723.080- 0- 

24,624.45.5- 0- 
308,215- 0- 



60.833,333 

20,782.491 

13.252,322 

119,839,014 

1,499,979 



33 60.833,333 33 
" 20.782.491 67 
13,252,322 67 

119,839,014 33 

1,499,979 67 



33 



216,207,141 6i 



216,207,141 67 



*Xoxe — Of the amount of S296.036.713. 83 shown by the books of the railways to be outstanding at March 
31, 1923, $58,157,951.99, was held by the Ministerof Finance. For particulars of the guarantees, see page xiv 



16 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

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SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23 



SCHEDULE NO. 1 

Agriculture — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



594,038 S6 
124,243 90 



Agricultural Instruction Act (under statute) 

Agricultural Instruction Act (administration ) 

Branch of Entomology 

Cold Storage Warehouses 

Dairying Industries * 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act 

Experimental Farms 

Fruit Branch 

Health of Animals 

International Institute of Agriculture 

Live Stock Industry 

Publications Branch 

Seed, Feed and Fertilizer Control 

Stock Grazing and Feeding 



1,191 

10 

24, 

2, 

158, 

214, 

1,324, 

142, 

1.S72 

14, 

1,057, 

15, 

202, 

41, 



302 21 
302 51 
194 /2 
160 00 
813 88 
692 00 

382 83 
165 99 

383 76 
269 99 
358 41 
860 05 
825 57 
103 80 



Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities). 
M iscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



174,173 51 
136 01 
550 00 



Schedule No, 2 
A ir Board — 

Air Service 

Construction of building to house a wind tunnel for 
aeronautical research 



999,983 33 
5,000 00 



Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 



Schedule No. 3 
Customs and Eicise — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



520,864 52 
32,947 13 



Salaries and contingencies 

Inspectors, preventive service and Board of Customs.. . 

Miscellaneous 

Maintenance of revenue cruisers and preventive service. 
Secret Preventive service 



,197,034 38 

667,929 65 

437,612 55 

225,702 05 

7,543 00 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities) . 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



671,152 32 

277 98 

9,504 98 



Schedule No. 4 
Finance — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



361,533 S3 
45, 199 80 



Lieutenant Governors' Salaries (Appendix No. 6) 

Charges of Management (Appendix No. 8) 

Premium, Discount and Exchange (Appendix No. 9). 
Superannuation (Appendix No. 10) — 

Xo. I R. S. 1906, Cap. 17, sec. 18 

No. 3 Printing Bureau 

No. 4 Retirement Act of 1920 



733,398 89 

58,456 56 

329,601 77 



Retirement Act of 1920— (gratuities). 
Carried forward 



r 18, 282 76 



6,271,815 72 
4,423 16 



174,859 52 



7,169,381 16 



1,004,983 33 
19,615 79 



1,024,599 12 



553,811 65 



6,535,821 63 
9,361 63 



680,935 28 



7,779,930 19 



406,733 63 

81,000 00 

8S0,671 72 

122,396 03 



1,121,457 22 
258 34 



2,612,516 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

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17 






cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 4 — Concluded 

Finance — Concluded . 
Miscellaneous — 

Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint 

Administration of the Business Profits War Tax Act, 
1916. and the Income War Tax Act 1917, and 

amendments 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Unforeseen expenses 



Interest on Public Debt (Appendix No. 7) — 
Funded Debt. Payable in London 

" Payable in Canada 

" Payable in New York 

Temporary Loans 

Savings Banks 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds 

Trust Funds 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 

Miscellaneous 



2,612.516 94 



Subsidies to Provinces — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island.. 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 



Schedule No. 5 

Immigration and Colonization — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Salaries 

Contingencies 

Chinese Immigration — Salaries and Contingencies.. .. 

Exhibitions. 

Imperial Institute 

Relief of distressed Canadians in Countries other than 
Canada 

St. John Immigration Buildings 

Repatriation Expenses 

Balance due on rent of house, leased by the Commis- 
sioner of Emigration in London, England 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities i. 

Miscellaneous- 
Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



178,536 41 



1,895,377 99 

207,275 33 

2,200 00 



207,102 08 
40,471 68 



621,579 71 

,151.937 29 

33,701 82 

126,885 74 

3,189 80 

10.947 98 
22,625 00 
15,367 48 

1,509 95 



113,313 48 

860 00 

1,380 00 



2.283.389 73 



12.237.780 03 

108,045,153 22 

8,288,144 44 

6,436,777 16 

956,557 51 

860.436 51 

801.823 25 

195,728 02 

70,335 05 



2.642,611 68 

2,256,419 88 

661,866 06 

666.765 76 

1,466.380 16 

738,816 66 

381,931 88 

1,628,638 20 

1.763.883 00 



247,573 76 



1.987,744 77 



4,103 33 



115.553 48 



4,895,906 67 



137,892 735 19 



12,207,313 28 



154,995,955 14 



2,354,975 34 



2-2 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



cts. 



SCHEDTH.E No. 6 

Indian Affairs — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



136,109 24 
20,068 00 



Annuities 

Ontario and Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Xorth \\ est 

Territories 

Eritish Columbia 

Yukon 

Indian Education 

General 



222. 84S 00 

223,106 44 

53.139 24 

29.326 20 

3.934 90 

677,675 57 

266, 578 75 

14.984 21 

1,437.642 03 

145,828 30 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities) . 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



Schedcie Xo. 7 

Interior — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Dominion Lands and Parks — 

Salaries of the outside service 

Contingencies, etc.. 

Surveys, examination of survey returns, printing of 

plans, etc 

Fees and contingent expenses of Board of Examiners 

for D. L. Surx eys 

To assist in Publishing the transactions of the 

association of D. L. Surveyors 

Protection of Timber 

Grant to the Canadian Forestry Association 

Water and Power investigations 

Dominion Power Board 

Surveys and Inspections under the Irrigation Act.. 

Reclamation of Dominion Lands by drainage 

Grant to Western Canada Irrigation Association 

Grant to Cypress Hills Water Users' Association. . . . 

Canadian National Parks 

Administration of the Migratory' Bird Convention 

Act 

Publications including Maps 

Costs of litigation and legal expenses 

Ordnance Lands — Salaries and expenses 

< i r;niT to Alpine Club of Canada 

Payment to F. Nelson for services while acting as 

secretary of Department of the Interior 

Compassionate allowance to Mrs. E. S. Forbes.. 



Scientific Institutions — 

Dominion Observatory at Ottawa 

Dominion Observatory at Victoria, B.C 

Geodetic Survey of Canada 

Geodetic Surx-ey, International Boundaries 

Payments to officials of the Dominion Observatory 
the Geodetic Survey and the International 
Boundary 8urvey Branches — Balance from April 
1, 1919 to March 31. 1922 



71,735 42 
4S0 00 



1,420,802 99 
100,605 13 



529,007 89 
220,559 14 

562,783 51 

1.764 89 

125 00 

991,214 30 

8,000 00 

335,075 05 

5.135 13 

274.324 62 

170,096 61 

1,000 00 

250 00 

1,022,857 0: 

42,483 68 

107,014 13 

3,311 94 

1,283 29 

1,000 00 

500 00 
1,050 00 



41.046 32 

16,270 49 

313,766 91 

36,225 40 



5,433 42 



156.177 24 



3,075,063 64 
2,776 66 



72,215 42 



3,306,232 96 



1,521,408 12 



4,278,836 25 



412,742 54 



Carried forward . 



6,212,986 91 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

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$ cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 7 — Concluded 

Interior — Concluded. 

Government of the Northwest Territories. 

Government of the Yukon Territory 

Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities) 



Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



239,092 56 

11,569 62 

1.5S0 00 



Schedule No. S 

Justice — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . . 



Svpieme Court of Canada- 

Salaries 

Contingencies 



76.000 00 
35,270 22 



Eichcquei Court of Canada- 

Salaries 

Contingencies 



21.V.I!! <!■ 

7,406 85 



Ontario — 

Court of Appeal 

High Court Division 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances 

Quebec — 

Court of King's Bench 

Superior Court 

Travelling Allowances 

Travelling Allowance to Judge Hewson 

Differential Salary for certain Judges of the Court 
cif King's Bench and Superior Court of Quebec 
from July 1 to July 25 1920 



46.000 00 
120,578 02 
333,117 111 

27,595 45 



108, 26S 77 

345,920 25 

21,423 56 

978 50 



.v.::32 : ; .-> 



Not a Set tia — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce 

Travelling Allowances. 

.Y. i/ Brunswick — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 
County Courts 

< lourl of Divorce 

Travelling Allowances. 

Edward Island — 
Supreme Court 

< lounty Courts 

Travt .ling Allowance * 

Manitoba — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances 



55,000 00 

35,000 00 

500 00 

4,954 52 



28,75(1 00 

37,750 0(j 

30,000 00 

500 00 

7,801 86 



28. COO 00 

15,000 CO 

493 05 



44,550 00 

55,000 00 

45,000 00 

6.635 92 



Carried forward. 



6,212,986 91 



221,328 53 

197.930 25 

13,424 98 



252,242 18 



6,897,912 85 



220,242 38 
32,357 33 



252,599 71 



111,270 22 



29,306 82 



527,290 53 



484,924 03 



95,454 52 



104,801 86 



43,493 05 



161,186 92 



1.547,726 95 



252,599 71 



2— 2> 



20 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



— 


? cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 






1,547,726 95 

184,113 00 
208,882 53 

191,025 14 

36,271 09 
5,385 26 


252,599 71 


Schedvle No. 8 — Concluded 

Justice — Concluded . 
Alberta — 


101,000 00 
60,000 00 
23,113 00 
















Saskatchewan — 


33,408 56 
73,000 00 
88,803 77 
13,670 20 




















British Columbia — 


46,750 00 
54,830 64 
71,200 00 
18,244 50 




































2,173.403 97 


Penitentiaries — 


389,339 26 
402,236 89 
230,436 88 
177,521 06 
277,733 25 
2.944 61 
118.253 90 
365 09 
















































1,598,830 94 
3,375 01 






Afiscellaneous — 




258 28 

22, 16S 30 

130,863 07 

80 00 

10,150 00 




Expenses of litigated matters conducted within the De- 


























202,090 75 
22,220 42 


163,519 65 




224.311 17 

1,969,876 75 
1,010 00 

14,433 88 


Schedule No. 9 


4,191,729 28 
















50,000 00 

38,682 34 

4.988 97 

237,032 60 

27,557 12 

648,227 03 

1.269 85 

12.645 83 

4.595 29 

944,877 72 












Employment Offices Co-ordination Act (under statute).. 
Employment Offices Co-ordination Act {administration). 






























Miscellaneous — 


I3.62S 36 
210 00 
158 32 
437 20 
























2,209,631 80 







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SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



cts. 



eta. 



Schedule Xo. 10 
Legislation — 

Senate 

House of Commons 

Library — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Books for General Library 

Books for Library of American History 

Printing of Parliament 

Printing, binding and distributing the Annual Statutes. . 

Elections 

Controverted Elections 



578. 

1.643. 

38. 

9. 

15. 

119, 

8, 

186 



940 
532 19 

418 34 
484 06 
044 19 
568 56 
338 63 
.589 19 
820 37 
222 0.5 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities) 

Miscellaneous — 

Chief Electoral Officer, salary 

Office of the Chief Electoral Officer 

Private Secretary to the Speaker of the Senate, salary 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



Schedule Xo. 11 
Marine and Fisheries — 

Civil (Internment — Salaries 

Contingencies: Marine Branch 

Coniingencics: Fisheries Branch. 



Ocean and Hirer Service — 

Dominion Steamers and Icebreakers 

Examination of Masters and Mates 

Investigation into Wrecks 

Schools of Xavigation 

Relief of distressed seamen 

Registration of shipping 

Removal of obstructions in navigable waters 

Inspection of live stock shipments 

Subsidies for wrecking plants 

Life saving service 

L'nforeseen expenses 

Boat to replace the C.G.S. "Lambton" lost in Lake 

Superior 

Compassionate allowance to relatives of officers and 

crew of S.S. "Lambton" 

Compassionate allowance to seaman Arthur Barton 

of the C.G.S. "Stanley"... 
To pay ( apt.iin Frank Murphy for loss of his schooner 

in Augur- 1, 1917 



Lighthouse and Ci»e ' 

tlicies. Rents and Contingencies 

Salaries and allowances to Light keepers 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses 

Construction of lights, etc 

al Service 

Administration of 1 ilotagc 

Maintenance and repairs to Wharves 

Hreaking ice in Thunder Bay, Lake Superior and 
other points 

Tensions to retired Pilots 

Allowance to Harbour Master at Amhersthurg . . 

Freight to point of delivery on steel plates belonging 
to the Deportment, also adjustment of differ, 
enee of 10 cents per 100 lbs. for Lloyds specifica- 
tion on the steel delivered to the Department . 
passionate allowance to John Davidson 



' 'arried forward. 



12.000 00 

8,896 58 

600 00 

27,57rt 78 

300 00 



457.246 66 
64.997 69 
23,579 51 



1,367,420 18 

18,308 38 

5,278 61 

6,920 56 

7.337 51 

1,537 14 

4. 90S 02 

2,993 21 

35, 000 00 

60,689 63 

3,922 16 

80,000 00 

30,500 00 

500 00 

2,201 70 



1H0.41S 69 
649,856 09 
793.371 13 
394.955 48 
86,067 82 
109.003 67 
8.45S 04 

40,000 00 
8,400 00 
1,200 00 



24,253 70 
500 00 



2,600.958 34 
3.235 11 



49.373 36 



2,653,566 81 



545,823 86 



1,627,607 10 



2,306,484 62 



4,479.915 58 



22 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



cts 



Brought forward 

Schedule 11 — Concluded 

Marine and Fisheries — Concluded. 
Fisheries — 

Fisheries Patrol Service 

Building Fishways and clearing rivers 

Legal and incidental expenses 

Conservation and development of deep sea fisheries 

Fisheries Intelligence Bureau 

Inspection of canned and pickled fish 

Fish Culture 

Fishing Bounty 

Marine Biological Board of Canada 

Scientific investigation into economic problems con- 
nected with the fisheries 

Compensation to the crew of the Fisheries patrol 
boat "Givenchy" 

Grant for International Fishing Schooner race. . . . 



Scientific Institutions — 

Meteorological Service 

Steamboat Inspection 

Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities! 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 

• Unforeseen Expenses 



Schedule No. 12 
Militia and Defence — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . . 



Allowances, Active Militia 

Annual Drill 

Cadet services 

Clothing ana necessaries 

Contingencies 

Customs dues 

Departmental library 

Dominion Arsenal, Lindsay 

Dominion Arsenal, Quebec 

Engineer Services and Works 

Grants to Associations, etc 

Maintenance, Military Properties 

Ordnance Arms, Lands, etc 

Pay of Staff 

Permanent force 

Printing and Stationery ■. 

Royal Military College 

Salaries and Wages 

Schools of Instruction 

Surveys 

Training Areas 

Transport and Freight 

Warlike Stores 

Civil Pensions 

Gratuity to the widow of the late H. N. P. C hesley. 

Aid to Civil Power 

Cost of living bonus to employees of the Dominion 
Arsenal, Quebec, discharged without receiving bonus 
for certain periods 



012,861 57 

16,115 99 

1,475 97 

21.761 65 

1.253 73 

20.997 05 

332,329 98 

157,172 55 

42,000 00 

3,649 94 

1,192 SO 
5,000 00 



235,682 IS 
1,467 06 
5,. 546 31 
6,291 00 



543, 
15, 



_-.ii S4 
991 24 



960, 

336 

337 

37 

24. 

20. 
374, 
555 

91, 
233 

65 

253 

5,425 

62 
315 
226 

67. 

42 

2 

168 

94 
1 

61 



507 04 
529 29 
933 41 
056 22 
609 10 
S34 16 
sss 12 
669 64 
457 96 
194 82 
ss:; on 
431 21 
999 44 
188 03 
.05 25 
655 15 
957 36 
565 39 
628 25 
:::;o o; 
133 89 
247 14 
022 03 
115 42 
466 67 
429 87 



25, 147 



Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities). 
Carried forward 



4,479,915 58 



1.215,793 23 

251,583 00 

110,457 

9,341 66 



248, 9S6 55 



6,316.077 99 



559,248 OS 



9,883,985 91 
9,346 02 



10,452,5S0 01 



PUBLIC ACCOUXTS 23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



cts 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 12 — Concluded 



Militia and Defence — Concluded 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. . . 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



211,379 79 

486 73 

1.761 16 



Schedule No. 13 
Naval Service — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . . 



128,127 69 
18.776 72 



Maintenance of Royal Canadian Navy 

H ydrographic Survey 

Fisheries Protection Service 

Radiotelegraph Service 

Tidal and Current Survey 

Patrol of the Northern Waters of Canada 

Customs dues 

Pay of Temporary Officers and Clerks at Headquarters, 
Halifax and Esquimalt 



1,378,927 36 

302,063 92 

196,639 25 

358,267 70 

29,992 24 

9,001 14 

23 4(1 

11,941 59 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities) . 
Mi-r t -llaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 



Schedule Xo. 14 
Pensions — 

Judges and miscellaneous 

Militiamen, Rebellion of 1885 and generally 

Militia Pensions Act of 1901 

i'>ns on Account of Fenian Raids 1866-70 

Pensions payable to Mounted Police, Prince Albert 

Volunteers and Police Scouts on account cf the 

Rebellion of 1SS5 

Mounted Police (statutory) 

European War and Active Militia 

Salaries of Board of Pension Commissioners 

Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada — 

Salaries and Contingencies 



1^0. 460 60 

41.755 39 

560.639 29 

632 50 



5,074 mi 

79,983 03 

32,025,194 79 

18,999 96 

73,258 70 



Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 



Schedule No. 15 
Post Office— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



1,028,292 7:; 
120,039,93 



Salaries and Allowances. 

Mail Service 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon Territory 



12,341,121 56 

14,465, 424 88 

829,299 53 

158,655 92 



Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities) . 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 

Unforeseen expenses 



2,196,533 00 

18,947 67 

12,156 66 

2,092 53 



10.452.5S0 01 



213,627 68 



10.666.207 69 



146,904 41 



2,286,S56 60 
600 00 

30,515 84 



2,464,876 85 



32,985,998 29 
920 88 



32.986,919 17 



1.148,332 66 



27, 794,. 501 

8,249 99 



2,229,729 86 



31,180,814 40 



24 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



cts 



$ cts. 



Public Works — 

Civil Government- 



ScHEDULE No. 16 



-Salaries 

Contingencies. 



547,721 33 
77, 13S 22 



Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. (Appendix No. 11) 

Public Buildings 

Harbours and Rivers 

Dredging 

Roads and Bridges 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 

Miscellaneous 

Subsidies to Dry Docks 



5,661,680 24 

1,474,477 18 

1,293,329 96 

74,917 10 

51,048 11 

887,423 01 

535,564 62 



Collection iff Revenue (Appendix No. 11) 

Sundry Works 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 



Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities).. 
Miscella ncous — 

International Joint Commission. 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 

Unforeseen Expenses 



Schedule No. 17. 

Railways and Canah — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Chargeable to Income — 
Canah — 

Chambly — Improvements 

Carriilon and Grenville — Improvements. 

Lachine — Improvements 

Soulanges — Improvements 

St. Anne's Lock — Improvements 

Trent — Improvements 

Welland — Improvements 

Rideau — Improvements 

S:iult Ste. Marie — Improvements 

Surveys and Inspections 



Railways — 

Board ol Railway Commissioners for Canada — 

Salaries (under statute) 

Maintenance and operation 

Governor General's Cars — repairs, etc 

Surveys and Inspections 

Expenses in connection with the acquisition of the 
Grand Trunk and Associated Railway Systems. 

Workmen's Compensation Act 

Supplement to pension allowance payable under the 
provisions of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward 
Island Railway Employees' Provident Fund 

Act 

Arbitrations and awards and costs of litigation 



Miscellaneous — 

Print ing and Stationery 

Commissioner of Highways — Organization 

Payment of Staff 

Canada Highways Art 1919 

M iscellancous works not provided for 



and 



155,740 26 
912,595 44 



32,375 32 

338,871 53 

4,121 94 

5,410 73 

313 2S 



35, 
29, 

53', 
3, 

223, 

146, 

19, 

36, 

12, 



145 79 
720 82 
060 20 
616 28 
975 45 
340 23 
472 32 
426 27 
000 00 
127 44 



58,500 CO 

211.940 04 

2,613 58 

49,578 38 

100,522 73 
224,250 SS 



48,699 09 
1.0S6 06 



5, 70S 23 

59.259 79 

5,854,395 81 

1,990 19 



624.859 55 



9,978,440 22 



1,06S,335 70 
25.552 05 



381,092 80 



12,078,280 32 



192,674 71 
29,898 60 



222,573 31 



560,884 SO 



697,190 76 



5,921,354 02 



7,179,429 58 



Carried forward 



7.402.002 89 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
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Brought forward 

Schedule No. 17 — Concluded 

Railways and Canals — Concluded. 
Chargeable to Collection of Revenue — 
Canals — 

Staff and Repairs 

Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways — deficiency in re- 
ceipts and revenues necessary to meet working 

expenses 

Miscellan eous — 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 

James Innes 

Gratuity of one year's salary to the widow of the late 
James Hard well 



7,402,002 89 



2,000 00 
7.000 00 



Retirement Act of 19S0 (gratuities). 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



Schedule No. 18 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



33.001 63 
6,939 41 



Pay of Force, subsistence, billeting and travelling ex- 
penses, forage, fuel, light, etc 

Miscellaneous — 

Grant to Chief Constables Association of Canada. . . 

Suppression of the White Slave Traffic 

Reimbursement to town hospital, Melville, Sask. 

maintenance charges for prisoner of War, Hoff ka. 

Cost of Living Bonus 



500 00 
1,600 00 



200 00 
4,288 22 



Schedule No. 19 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Capital — New fixtures, machinery and general equip- 
ment 

Care of patients and medical examination of pensioners. . 

Vocational expenses — Cost of training, etc 

Salaries — Administrative, clerical, medical, dental, 
technical, etc 

Pay and allowances 

Vocational loans 

Interest on \\ ai Service Gratuity balances 

( Operating expenses and working capital 

Unemployment Relief 

Employers' Liability Compensation 

Expenditures arising out of the recommendations of the 
Special Committee on Pensions, Insurance and Re- 
establishment 



52,070 18 

2,922,547 41 

35,469 75 

5,089,916 34 

3,204,271 35 

19,424 58 

12,981 55 

495,960 26 

1,038,163 35 

15,675 50 



88,3V 2 22 



1,986,591 72 



5,695,669 05 



9,000 00 



219,593 12 
3,357 



7,691,260 77 
34,080 86 



222,950 80 



15,350,295 32 



39,941 04 
2,443,286 20 



6,588 22 



2,489,815 46 



37,272 82 



Ml r. Ihnt, ,nr.:,— 

Cost of Living Bonus. 
Gratuities 



352,493 58 
510 00 



12,974,.S.',S 4'.' 



353,003 58 



13,365,134 



26 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



Schedule No. 20 

Soldier Settlement Board — 

Expenses of Administration of the Soldier Land Settle- 
ment Act 

Miscellaneous — 

Grant to H . H. Moss to cover expenses in connection 

with his illegal arrest 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



Schedule Xo. 21 

Trade and Commerce — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



Bounties on Crude Petroleum, Administration 

Canada Grain Act, administration 

Contribution to the upkeep of the Imperial Institute, 
London 

Culling Timber 

Dominion Bureau of Statistics 

Gold and Silver Marking Act, Administration 

Grain Inquiry Commission 

Grant to Canadian Engineering Standards Association. . 

Honorary Advisory Council of Industrial and Scientific 
Research 

Inspection and Sales Act, Administration 

Maintenance and equipment of Terminal Elevators 

International Customs Tariffs Bureau 

Trade Commissioners and Commercial Agents 

West India Cable 

Printing of Parliamentary and Departmental Public- 
ations 

Canadian Exhibition in France 

Exhibits and Publicity 

Weights and Measures Inspection 

Gas and Electricity Inspection 



Bounties— 

Crude Petroleum 

Linen Yarns spun in Canada. 



Mail Subsides and Steamship Subventions — 
Atlantic Ocean — 

( Canada and Newfoundland 

Canada and the West Indies or South America 

or both 

Canada and South Africa 

Pacific Ocean — 

Canada and Australia or New Zealand, or both. 
Prince Rupert, B.C., and Queen Charlotte 

Islands 

Victoria and San Francisco 

Victoria. Vancouver, Way Ports and Skaeway. 

Victoria and West Coast Vancouver Island 

Vancouver and Northern Ports of British Co- 
lumbia — 

Vancouver and Ports on Howe Sound 

Ix>cal Services — 

Baddeck and Iona 

Campment d'Ours Island and the Mainland — 

Charlottetown, Pictou and New Glasgow 

( harlottetown, Victoria and Holliday's Wharf 

Carried forward 



595 58 

93,112 17 

300 00 



3,380 51 
1.3S6.154 74 

20,000 00 

400 00 

363.006 15 

3.737 34 

28,695 01 

10,000 00 

105,210 96 

2,285 68 

74,356 95 

580 26 

304,859 41 

38,933 32 

103,107 94 

6,504 99 

23,303 17 

279,855 25 

156,702 26 



89.223 11 
6,526 82 



26,923 20 

340.666 56 
121,666 60 



119,633 21 

21,000 00 

2,826 92 

25,000 00 

15,000 00 

24,800 00 
3.35S 03 



9,000 00 
1,000 00 
7 . 938 
4,000 00 



21,938 77 



cts. 



,725,817 81 



94,007 75 



391,508 75 
21,274 25 



2,911,073 94 



95,749 93 



489.256 36 



211,618 16 



700,874 52 






1,819,825 56 



412,783 00 



3,006,S23 87 



3,419,606 87 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Contin ued 



27 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedtle No. 21 — Concluded 

Trade and Commerce — Concluded 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions — Concluded. 
Local Services — Concluded . 

Grand XIanan and the Mainland 

Halifax, C'anso and Guysboro 

Halifax, LaHave and LaHave River Ports 

Halifax and Newfoundland, via Cape Breton Ports. . 
Halifax and Spry Bay and Ports in Cape Breton. . 
Halifax, South Cape Breton and Bras d'Or 

Lake Ports 

Halifax and West Coast of Cape Breton, calling at 

Way Ports. 

XI iscou and Shippegan Islands and Mainland 

Xlulgrave and Canso 

Mulgrave and Guysboro 

Newcastle, Neguac and Escuminac 

Filer Inland and the XIainland 

Mulgrave, Arichat and Petit de Grat 

Pictou, Montague, Murray Harbour and Georgetown 

Pictou, Mulgrave and Cheticamp 

Pictou, New Glasgow and Antigonish County Ports. 
Port Xlulgrave, St. Peter's. Irish Cove and XIarbli 

Mountain 

Pictou, Souris and the Magdalen Islands 

Quebec. Natashquan and Harrington 

Quebec or Xlontreal and Paspebiac 

St. Catherine's Bay and Tadoussac 

St. John and St. Andrews. N.B 

St. John, Bear River and Way Ports 

St. John and Bridgetown 

St. John and Digby 

St . John, Digby, Annapolis and Granville 

St. John and Ports on the Bay of Fundy and Xlinas 

Basin 

St. John, Westport, and Yarmouth 

Sydney and Bay St . Lawrence 

St . John and Wedgeport, N.S 

Sydney and Whycoeomagh 

Sydney and Bras d'Or Lake Ports 

Supervision of Subsidized Steamship Services 



21,938 



15.000 00 
9,000 00 
5,826 92 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

3.300 00 
13,c00 00 

9.3P4 

5.000 00 
11,000 00 

9,968 3" 

3,360 00 
11,000 00 

1 , TOO 00 

8.000 00 
24.000 00 
85,000 00 
30.000 00 

l.'oo oo 

4.000 00 
2.000 00 
1 . .'00 00 
14.519 S3 
2,000 00 

7,785 69 
10.000 00 
9,000 00 
5,000 00 
4.S25 00 
14.000 00 
3, SCO 23 



Retirement Art of 1920 (gratuities! 
Wise* Uaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



St'HEDVLE NO. 22 

Other Departments — 
Archives — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . . 



66,645 00 

11,246 22 



U 1 1 Uaneous — 

Public Archives 

1 >-t of Living Bonus . 

Gratuities 

Unforeseen Exp 



72,904 24 
9,713 4.' 
1 , 260 00 
5,749 75 



700,874 52 



3,419,606 S7 



369.809 56 



147,967 56 
2,386 66 



1.070.684 08 
1.206 66 



150,354 22 



4.641.851 83 



77,891 22 



89,627 44 



167,518 66 



Carried forward . 



167,518 66 



28 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



$ cts 



•S cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule Xo. 22 — Continued 

Other Departments — Continued 
Auditor General — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 
Reclassification 



Civil Service Commission — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Miscella n eous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



234.735 96 
53,988 03 


19 
21 


879 07 
670 00 


200 

71 


299 84 
839 48 


16 


144 4S 
79 50 
150 00 



External Affairs — 
Civil Government — 

Salaries of the Department 

Salaries of the High Commissioner's Office 

Contingencies of the Department 

Contingencies of the High Commissioner's Office.. 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities) 

Afuc Uaneous — 

Paris Agency 

Canadian Representation in the U.S. A 

Passport Office 

Lake of the Woods Control Board 

Library of the High Commissioner's Office. 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Unforeseen Expenses 



Governor (,', n< rat's Secretary's Office — 

Civil Oa\ < firm r,t — Salary: The Governor General. . . . 
Salaries: Office of the Governor 

General's Secretary 

Contingencies 



Retirement Act of 1920 — (gratuities). 



Misr> Uaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 



Health- 
Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Adulti ration of Food 

I'l"' rniary or Patent Medicines 

Marine Hospitals 

Quarantine 

Immigration Medical Inspection. 

Research 

Venereal Diseases 



8-V08 23 
34.875 00 
29,566 23 
77,232 64 



29.P42 20 
10,994 96 

22.. "60 SS 

9,589 40 

993 31 

13.077 92 
34.013 00 



4S.666 66 

34.857 42 
65,359 69 



129,317 12 
52,009 1= 



111,564 5!) 

2,633 51 

114.726 78 

225,002 00 

411. ('31 
1.611 70 

I vi. H27 s; 



288,723 99 



41.549 07 



272.139 32 



16.373 98 



227,182 10 
550 00 



121,171 67 



148,883 77 

KS0 00 



1,760 19 



1S1.326 27 



695,398 15 



167,518 66 



330,273 00 



288,513 30 



348,903 



150,823 96 



< 'arried forward. 



876,724 42 



1,286,032 75 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Coniviaied 



cts 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 22 — Continued 



Other Departments — Continued 
Health — Concluded 
Retirement Act of 1930 — (gratuities'!. 
Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



Insurance — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Miscellaneous — 

Expenses of work in the interest of fire prevention. 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 



Mines— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Geolooical Survey — 

Explorations, surveys and investigations 

Publication of reports, etc 

Maintenance of offices and Museum, etc 

Museum equipment 

Purchase of Specimens 

Mind Branch — 

Investigation of mineral resources, ore deposits, etc.. 

Publi?ation of reports, etc 

Lignite Utilization Board of Canada 

Organization and equipment of Explosives Division 
Dominion of Canada Assay Office — Maintenance 



JteHn mint Act of 1920 (gratuities), 
Miscellaneous — 

' lost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Gratuities 



Patents ami Copyrights — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



!<■ tin ment Act of 1920 (gratuities) . 
Miscellaneous — 

Patent Record 

Cost of Living Bonus 



Printing and Stationery- 
Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Retirement Act of 1920 (gratuities) 

\l i ■ Uaneous — 

( anuria Gazette 

Distribution of Parliamentary Documents. 

Miscellaneous Printing 



Carried forward . 



21,00.1 62 
TOO 00 
453 33 



63,665 58 
53.146 51 



13,987 37 

2,633 44 

366 13 



435.168 42 
6.230 90 



171,526 6f 

49,857 63 

46.328 3 

6, 144 20 

1.219 97 

127,335 87 
30,464 33 

152,500 00 

V l!'2 el' 

20,216,96 



21,587 17 
323 71 
806 80 



156.104 35 
33,852 91 



36,397 27 
13,250 98 



57,295 94 
10,199 68 



38,519 52 
38,092 18 

8.422 64 



85,034 34 



876,724 42 



3.606 72 



22,358 95 



1,286,032 75 



f 02, 690 09 



116.812 OP 



16.986 94 



133,799 03 



441,399 32 



614.086 56 
466 67 



22.717 68 



189,957 26 
216 66 



4'.'.r,4s :>.-, 



67,495 62 
15,641 66 



1.078 670 25 



239, S22 17 



83,137 28 3,641,014 29 



30 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Continued 



$ cts 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 22 — Concluded 

Other Departments — Continued 
Printing and Stationery — Concluded 
Miact Uaneous — Concluded 

Plant-New 

Plant repairs and renewals 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Gratuities 



Privy < 'ouncil — 

I I Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



Miscellaneous — 

Cost of Living Bonus. 



Purchasing ( 'om m ission — 

Salaries and Contingencies . 
Cost of Living Bonus. ...... 



Secretary of State — 

' oil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



M iscellaneous — 

Expenses under the Naturalization Act. 

Cost of Living Bonus 

Reclassification 

Unforeseen expenses 



Schedule No. 23 



Misc4 Uaneous — 

Grants and ( l >iritnbut:nn* to the — 

( !anadian Association for the prevention of Tuberculosis 
Canadian Branch of the St. John Ambulance Asso- 

ii if ion 

Canadian General Council of the Boy Scouts Asso- 

■ in ion 

Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 

Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene . 

Canadian National Council of Child Welfare. 

Canadian National Council for combating Venereal 

Diseases 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 

I Canadian Patriotic Fund Chap. 12 Acts of 1922 
Canadian Press, Limited. Canadian Telegraph Service. 
British Cable service. ..... 

H. G. Chamberlin, for special police service on the 

occasion of the visit of His Royal Highness tin 

Prince of Wales to Canada in 1919 

Corporation of the City of Ottawa 

Dominion Council of the Girl Guides 

Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau 

Imperial War Graves Commission 

Maintenance of the Permanent Secretariat of the 

League of Nations 

Maple Products Exhibition 



( tarried forward 



85,034 34 



6",0S0 70 

29,966 8. 

48,647 78 

910 80 



42,960 13 
4.0S5 2' 



132.842 74 
23,523 97 



20,867 3P 

14,944 53 

310 00 

829 50 



15.000 00 
5,000 00 

15,000 00 
3.000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 

5,000 00 

20.000 00 

690.000 00 

.■(1.000 00 

8,000 00 



1,000 00 

7.".. 000 00 

3,000 00 

7,300 00 

378,441 Gr 

195,140 4 
500 00 



1,486,382 12 



S3, 137 28 



3,f41,014 29 



231,640 i 



47,045 40 
2,519 4 



52,851 93 
2,742 81 



314,777 75 



49.. "64 85 



55,594 74 



156.366 71 



36.951 42 



193, 31S 13 



4,254,269 76 



ri'BLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Concluded 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 23 — Concluded 

Miscellaneous — Concluded 
Grants and Contributions to the — Concluded 

Medical Research Committee 

Nat ional Battlefields Commission 

National Dairy Council 

National Horticultural Council. 

Ottawa Improvement Commission 

Royal Astronomical Society 

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts 

Royal Society of Canada 

Victorian Order of Nurses 



Allowance to A. E. Thomas as Supervisor of Separa- 
tion Allowance paid by the Imperial Government 

Allowance to W. J. Stewart Chief Hydrographer 

Administration of the Act respecting Annuities for old 
age 

Armorial Bearings of Canada 

Bankruptcy Act, Administration 

Board of Commerce of Canada 

Canada Temperance Act 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 

Simon Peter Grant 

Canadian delegation to the Genoa Conference 

Canadian delegation to the League of Nations 

Expenses under Pecuniary Claims Convention wit! 
the U.S.A .. . 

Gratuity to Dr. ( '. E. Saunders. Dominion Cerealist 

Legal expenses, etc., in connection with the case, Dom 
inion Iron and Steel Co.. Ltd., rs. The King, re 
ship plates 

Merchants Bank Enquiry — Legal and incidental ex 
penses 

Negotiation of Treaties and Cattle Embargo Conference . 

Parliamentary I '.uide 

Payment to the Canadian Pacific Railway for removal 
"of s- an of bridge over False Creek, B.C. at dif- 
ferent times since 1918 to permit of the movement 
of vessels _ 

Payment to Eugene Lafleur K. C. for professional services 
in the matter of the ( 'ity ol Maisonneuve. — 

Attorney General for Canada Intervener 

Payment of municipal tax to the City of Toronto in 
connection w it )i the shipyard of the late Dominion 
Shipbuilding and Repair Co., Ltd., used by the 
Department for the completion of two steamers 

under Shipbuilding Programme 

Relief of sufferers from forest fires in Northern Ontario 

Relief of sufferers from forest fires in the Province of 
Quebec 

Save the Children Fund, railway and steamship charges 
for freight on goods for relief of distress in Russia . . 

Settlement of claims of creditors of the Prince Rupert 
Dry Dock and Engineering Co., Ltd., on the basis 
of 50 cents on the dollar, for material supplied or 
services rendered re construction of the "Scottish" 
and "Britisher" 

War bonus for the year 1918-19 to certain employees of 
the Internment Operations Office and the Domi- 
nion Police Staff 



$ 



1,486,382 12 



2,000 00 
42,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 
150.000 00 
2.000 00 
7,500 00 
8,000 00 
5.000 00 



cts. 



1,710,882 12 



1 , 500 00 
1,000 00 

9.851 44 
3.880 69 
2,428 26 
1.2=0 00 
14,055 

3.000 0C 

1,415 44 

15,391 36 

347 75 
2,000 00 



S, 1S7 37 

15,695 24 
8,264 83 
1 . 950 00 



40.934 08 
1,400 00 



18.017 76 
100,000 CO 

25,000 00 

40,000 00 



65.660 03 
3,335 95 



2,095,448 20 



32 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL EXPENDITURE 1922-23 



cts. 



s 



cts 



cts. 



SCHEDULE No. 24 

Adjustment of H or Claims — 

Marine and Fisheries — Exchequer Court Award to the 
Dominion Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., re ship plates. 

Militia and Defence 

Naval Service 

Secretary of State 



Schedule No. 25 

Cost of Loan Flotations — 

5% Loan 1942-52, New York- 
Difference between 97* and par on $100,000,000.00 
American Bank Note Co., New York, printing bonds 
American Bank Note Co., New York, sealing 100,000 

bonds 

Signature Co., New York, 100,000 signatures 

Bank of Montreal, New York, fees for management 

and countersigning bonds 

Travelling expenses 



2.500,000 00 
45,925 00 

500 00 
1 , 000 00 

25.000 00 
402 00 



5% War Loan 1915-25 — 

Edwards, Morgan & Co., 
5% War Loan 1916-31— 

Edwards, Morgan & Co., 
5% War Loan 1917-37— 

Edwards, Morgan & Co. 
i\% Victory Loan 1917- 

Ed wards, Morgan & Co. 
54% Victory Loan 1918— 

Edwards. Morgan & Co. 
54% Victory Loan 1919— 

Edwards, Morgan & Co., 

\ of one per cent commission to banks.. 

Organization expenses 

Publicity expenses 

Advertising 



, auditing. 
, auditing. 
, auditing. 
, auditing. 
. auditing. 
, auditing. 



Dominion Savings Certificates — 

4 of one per cent commission to postmasters.. . . ... 

\ of one per cent commission to banks 

54% Renewal and Redemption Loan 1922 — 
Renewal Loan 1922 — 

Clerical assistance.. 

Office contingencies 

Advertising 

Printing bonds — American Bank Note Company 

Printing and stationery 

5 of one per cent commission paid to banks 

Kxnress 

Telegrams 

Postage 

Insurance 

Travelling expenses 

Redemption Loan 1922 — 

Clerical assistance.. 

I office I'ontingencies 

Printing and stationery 

■fa of one per cent com mission paid to banks 
Express, . 

Telegrams. 

Telephone 

Postage 

Travelling expenses.. 



4,133 00 

10,629 49 

8 00 

12 17 

160 50 



950 38 
1,342 71 



31.759 16 

19 75 

1*0,069 77 

102,508 50 

11,462 78 

123,191 63 

273 53 

36 02 

545 .84 

6,162 68 

305 05 



39 



6,268 56 
1.048 49 
5,125 47 
291 98 
467 86 
499 54 
123 39 
054 27 
199 54 



1,500,000 00 

4,454,181 40 

764,793 80 

65,648 32 



6,784,623 52 



2,572,827 00 

540 00 

385 00 

570 00 

8,179 00 

4,944 00 



14.943 16 



2,293 09 



396,334 71 



64,079 10 



3.065,095 06 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL EXPENDITURE 1922-23— Concluded 



33 



S cts 



$ cts. 



Schedule No. 26 

MisceUanfous Chnrgr? — 

Exchequer Court Award to Gaston, Williams 

Wicmore re hire of S.S. "Lord Dufferin" 

Legal expenses 



and 



Exchequer Court award to the Lingen Steamship Com 

pany, Ltd. re hire of S.S. "Lingen" 

Interest on the amount of the award 

Legal expenses 



Amount received from the Eritish Minister of Shippinir. 
for hire of Kingston Transport, credited in error to 
Casual Revenue, Marine and Fisheries, 19C0-21 .... 
Compensation to Mrs. Beaudoin for the loss of her son 
Claude Blondeau who was accidentally drowned 
Judgment rendered by the Superior Court of Quebec 
Government Annuities — 

Amount required to meet the value of the prospect- 
ive annuities contracted for up to the end of the 

fiscal year 1921-22 

Amount required to meet the value of the prospect 
ive annuities contracted for up to the end of the 
fiscal year 1922-23 



Superannuation Fund Xo. 2 — 

Amount required under chap. 17, sec. 18, R.S. 1906., 
Payment to Edwards. Morgan and Company for auditing 

— Merchants Bank Enquiry 



502, 9S0 15 
3,073 99 



167.7.S9 01 

2,574 30 

835 50 



58,528 87 
49,055 34 



506,054 14 

171,198 81 

76,780 97 

1,273 46 



108,184 21 

101,000 00 

13,343 8S 



977,835 47 



2—3 



34 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23 





1921-22 


1922-23 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts.l t cts. 


Schedule No. 27 

Customs and Excise (Appendix No. 13) 
Custo?ns Import Duties — 


35,138,954 26 
2.764.822 91 
6,399. - 2 58 




60,143,373 44 
36,471,720 37 

4,273,6r8 18 

7,618,369 13 

230.042 7S 

7, US, 492 75 

1,973,790 53 

1,361,369 94 

14,514,818 04 

85,938 14 

12,014 13 






























6,715,3"9 63 

2,296.127 40 

1,593,767 61 

12,299,324 39 

40,299 76 

11.838 98 




























British P.O. Parcels 








!05,686,645 10 




Less — Returned duties and drawbacks.. . 


121,487,393 90 
15,800,74S SO 


133,803,587 43 

15,747,118 03 


118,056,469 40 


Excise Duties — 


4.642,783 90 

30,933,219 46 

76.745 80 

140.884 4" 

54,538 10 

343. 6 _ 3 76 

239,943 74 

15.S6S 00 

458,474 36 


5,506,557 52 

29,277,140 54 

69,503 06 

205,049 97 

42,321 13 

449, 0"0 83 

201,716 83 

44,199 50 

470,077 60 


























































36,265,616 98 
503,620 53 






150,905 03 


36,755,206 56 






35,761,996 45 


Safes Tax, Tax on Cheques, Transportation 
Tax, etc.— 
Sales 


61,518,751 13 

6.639.042 7. r 

2,983,384 r n 

2,534,170 2' 

108,147 20 

119,118 00 


91,262,254 13 

8,889,937 00 
5,535,190 93 
2,234,090 55 

68,420 00 








Stamps, including cheques embossed 






























73,902,613 8" 
246, 125 02 


•07 989,892 61 
1,507,174 53 






73,656,488 83 


106,482,718 08 


Sundry Collections — 


5,198 87 

384,179 4" 

81,215 2,' 

5,069 33 


13,893 25 

375, 3S6 55 

53,792 63 

200 32 


Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 
















475,662 93 


443,272 75 










216,574,003 42 


260,744,456 68 


Schedule No. 28 
Finance — 


78,684,354 SO 
22.S15.666 58 








13,031,461 80 


Miscellaneous War Taxes — 


283,994 3' 

749,958 7.' 
1,293,697 43 


312,391 39 

852,328 12 
1,244,437 14 


















2,327,650 53 


2,409,156 65 










103,827.671 91 


75,152,156 8 



PUBLIC ACCOUXTS 



35 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Continued 



1921-22 



1922-23 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 28 — Concluded 

Finance — Concluded. 

Interest on Investments (Appendix No. 14) — 

Interest on Sinking Funds 

Loans to Banks 

Loans to Provinces 

Loans to Trust and Loan Companies 

Canadian Northern Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 

Advances to Imperial Government 

" Foreign Governments 

Canadian Government Merchant Marine 

Montreal Harbour Debentures 

Vancouver Harbour Debentures 

Seed Grain and Relief Advances 

Soldier Land Settlement Advances 

Miscellaneous 



103.827,671 91 



Sundry Collections — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 1" 
Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



Schedule No. 29 

Immigration and Colonization — " 

Chinese Immigration Tax 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 10) 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



Schedule No. 30 
Interior — ■ 

Dominion Lands and Parts- 
Homestead fees 

Improvements 

Pre eruption Sales> under Act of 190S. 

Purchased homestead sales 

General sales 

Map sales, office fees, etc 

Rentals of land 

Timber dues 

Grazing lands rental 

Coal lands 

Hay permits 

M ining fees 

Export tax on gold 

Stone quarries 

Irrigation sales 

Rent of water power 

Petroleum 

Forestry Branch, sale of trees, etc... 

Canatlian National Parks 

Suspense Account 

Miscellaneous 



Less— Refunds 

Carried forward . 
2—31 



1,061, 

2,426, 

971, 

4l| 

774, 

12,308, 

1,299, 



251 
342 

144 
362 
"s- 
822 
334 

04:; 



1,501, 
60, 
149, 

786, 

459, 



427 
691 
0~2 
298 
136 



654,840 92 

36.360 6" 

760.470 64 



394.932 00 

14,420 56 

40.447 34 

470 68 



73.M0 00 

55,168 13 

660.501 H 

36.200 3 - 

52,178 gi 

23,352 0" 
10.924 4' 

683. 4P0 9f 
114.344 r 
413.913 6" 
24, 

88,f02 73 

30.774 6f 

7.527 2: 

12,969 52 

3.429 56 

-" 7! 

4,263 75 

74,223 SF 

10,294 23 

19.711 08 



2,918,529 59 
119,079 58 



21,961,512 64 



1,451,672 23 



2", 240.856 78 



450, 2"0 58 



2,799,450 01 



2,799,450 01 



1,142.225 85 

1,249.677 90 

1,111.315 32 

4,767 31 



7,716,394 74 

1.020.9.-6 80 
512.773 96 

1.124.862 12 
144,494 6' 
74.847 2 

1.310.914 05 

1.052.072 92 



195,275 95 

49.959 94 
1.834,585 00 



201,458 00 

26.881 48 

-3,874 32 

368 34 



53,460 00 

34.828 44 

341.288 86 

2.8,624 97 

38,982 72 

21,414 16 

14.471 49 

825,465 0- 

153.697 11 

355.325 6" 

21,718 4:: 

86.825 52 

25,819 04 

6.3-"4 31 

4.008 34 
305,770 00 

4,448 96 
75.237 44 

5,147 4° 
22.974 00 



2.430.867 14 
83,151 71 



75,152,156 82 



16,465,302 91 



2.079.820 89 



93,697,280 62 



224,833 50 



2.347,715 43 



2,347,715 43 



36 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Continued 





1921-22 


1922-23 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S eta. 


Brought forward 




2,799,450 01 
8 437 90 




2,347.715 43 

5,921 65 

20,268 9S 

2,637 46 


Schedule No. 30 — Concluded 
Interior— Concluded. 






Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 




12,783 82 
2, 178 73 




Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 








881 30 
14,357 39 
12.840 39 

2,875 22 

9,289 81 

10.119 30 

3,474 31 

153 904 33 


2,019 60 




2,822,850 46 


2,376,543 52 


Marine and Fisheries — 
Fisheries — 












Nova Scotia 




12,712 02 

19.179 81 

5,809 S8 

12,072 99 

11,947 SO 

2.904 65 

223,6 r 6 57 

320 00 




New Brunswick 
















Alberta 












British Columbia 








375 00 








224,156 50 

268 75 

117,548 53 

384,053 81 

7,146 37 


290,623 32 
854 30 














126 004 44 


Casual Revenue (Appendix No. IS) 






140,701 9 4 


Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 




2 '47 87 


Premium, Discount and Exchange 




780 67 




346,329 53 
11,836 3" 

762 00 
2,467 6 r 
5,474 80 
1,680 4" 
8, 343 30 
1,583 00 
1,262 00 

467 80 








736,293 91 


561,211 84 




368,462 26 

11,704 75 

579 10 

2,598 29 

6,940 78 

1,825 04 

17,454 50 

1 , 309 00 

2,211 10 

153 00 




Patents and Copyrights — 
Patent Fees — 


















Caveats 












Subscriptions to Record 






Compulsory Licenses 


























380, 206 90 


413,237 82 


Trademarks and Copyrights — 
Trademarks 


69,392 70 

1,841 72 

2,125 25 

796 82 

464 3? 


66,018 30 

1 . 809 34 

1.938 80 

802 65 

606 00 

66 00 








Designs 






Assignments 




Certified Copies 








58 50 








74,679 34 

48 61 

4,895 97 


71,241 09 
2 13 








Premium, Discount and Exchange 






396 S8 












459,830 82 


484,877 92 








Post Office- 
Postage, Commission on Money Orders, 


26,402,299 15 

3X| (IX 


29,016,771 02 

2,229 96 

775 40 








Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16).. 




6X2 50 














26,403,362 73 


29,019,776 38 







PUBLIC ACCOUXTS 



37 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Continued 





1921-22 


1922-23 




t cts 


$ cts 


S cts 


$ cts. 


Schedule No. 34 
Public Works- 


111,793 5' 




104.537 Ofl 

286,036 94 

181 93 

2,313 00 

861 50 

92,493 3S 




Telegraphs 


290,131 33 

6,170 72 

2.4*5 ,"f 

901 82 

78,573 54 






















Wharves and Piers (Marine) 








4P0.056 4fi 

291,587 22 

79 10 

17 


486,453 75 
3S9.929 57 








Fines and Forfeitures 














917 00 

248 00 

1 00 

878 00 

7,604 04 

116 00 

16,781 6" 

1,722 10 

22.948 00 

189 752 "■" 






781,722 9o 


876,383 32 




903 24 

264 00 

1 00 

815 50 

11,499 33 

116 00 

14,753 65 

1,746 10 

23,462 84 

209,644 04 

223 00 

3,756 49 

12 00 

28,174 56 

4,360 20 

85,938 OS 

356,740 43 




Schedule No. 35 

Railways and Canals- 
Canals — 
Chambly 












Chats Falls 






Carillon and Grenville 






Rideau 






fault Ste. Marie 












Card inal 






Cornwall 






Laehine 








241 00 

3,720 4" 

9 00 

187,846 8" 

4.342 98 

72,830 95 

294,558 51 












St. Peters 






Trent 






Wellnnd Ship Canal 






Welland 




















804,518 58 
3 00 


742.410 46 
6 33 












804,515 58 

225,821 53 

225 45 

1 25 


742,404*13 
156,759 24 


Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15)... 






Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16).... 




40° 66 


Premium, Discount and Exchange 








139,305 80 








1,030.563 81 


899.566 03 




133,884 75 
360 39 

525 on 




Schedule No. 36 

Trade and Commerce — 
Electric Light Inspection — 
Inspection Fees 






Electrical Standards Laboratorv Fees... . 








525 00 








139,830 80 


134,770 14 


Gas Inspection — 
Ontario 


51 420 95 


39,005 30 

19,336 40 

938 70 

474 40 

2.725 40 

2.629 50 

4.467 80 




19 184 55 






New Brunswick 


1,175 70 

406 50 
3,645 75 
1.757 60 
4,128 95 






Nova Scotia 






Manitoba 






Alberta 




British Columbia 








81,720 00 


69,577 50 










221,550 80 


204,347 64 



38 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Continued 



1921-22 



8 ets. 



$ cts. 



1922-23 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedttle No. 36 — Concluded 

Trade and Commerce — Concluded 
Weights and Measures Inspection — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

Post Office Inspectors Fees 

Laboratory Fees 



221,550 80 



91.424 00 

65,693 4 

7,176 70 

7,898 60 

1.864 4 

25.S43 60 

37.242 6 r 

24,907 - 

7,656 3 r 

98 SO 



Inspection of Staples 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. IS) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16). 



269.805 fi r 

1,93". 323 03 

14.RQ1 3" 

S04 85 



2,444,175 70 



Schedule No. 37 

Other Departments — 
Agriculture — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. IS) 

Fines and Forfeitures (ApDendix No. 16). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



152,331 66 

4,808 4° 
17S 60 



Air Board — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 



157, 31S 75 



35,741 55 
oo po 



Archives — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 

Auditor General's Office — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Canadian Trade Commission — 

Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 
Civil 8ervice Commission — 

Civil Service Examination Fees 

Casual Revenue 



35,764 47 



511 49 
19 79 



531 28 



8 10 



2,641 50 
305 19 



Commission of Conservation — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 

External Affairs — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 



2,946 69 
375 05 



52,473 41 
109 03 



Health— 

Mariners' Fund — 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island. 
British Columbia 



52.5S2 44 



42,349 21 
31,556 15 
15,736 56 
524 46 
41,560 77 



Less — Refunds 

Carried forward . 



131,727 15 



131,727 15 



249,526 78 



93,432 9i 

65,620 2 1 

6.732 60 

S.032 9i 

1,701 80 

26,706 85 

38,3"2 30 

24,391 30 

7,742 15 

52 20 

2.500 00 

2.S00 2; 



160,969 59 
3,410 72 



27,060 IP 
3 90 



3,514 00 
73 89 



46,542 32 



54,432 88 
35,657 76 
20,594 42 
757 12 
50,316 67 



161,758 85 
748 9: 



161,009 93 



204,347 64 



278,085 60 

2,364,037 48 

37,586 88 

285 58 



2.SS4.343 18 



164,380 31 

27,064 09 
30 90 

390 06 

3,587 89 
1,008 50 

46,542 32 



243,004 07 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Continued 



1921-22 



$ cts. 



t cts 



1922-23 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 37 — Continued 

Other Deportments — Continued. 
Health — Concluded 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) . 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Indian Affairs — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Insurance — 

Insurance Inspection 

Casual Revenue 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 



International Joint Commission — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 

Justiee — 
Penitentiaries — 

Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba.. 

British Columbia 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) . . . 
Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) . 



Labour — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium. Discount and Exchange.. 



Leiju lation — 
House of Com mons — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15).. 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Senate — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 



Mihtia and Defence — 

Royal Military College 

Militia Pensions 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



Mines — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Naval — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Pensions — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 

Printing and Stationery — 

Canada Gazette 

Casual Revenue (Appendii No. 15) 

Carried forward 



131,727 15 



15,179 13 
33,973 
23 40 



95,734 67 

604 50 

3 29 



210 41 
57 54 



77,250 68 
11,219 22 
16,071 33 
18,885 94 
5,4?4 77 
7.031 31 
7,186 80 



143 

oo 

21 


070 05 
376 88 


4 


033 1! 
21 48 



3,863 89 
39,400 00 

14,339 20 



67,315 13 
132,188 0!' 

139,844 70 



2,052 1? 



4.031 46 

180 00 

17 32 



94,344 61 
652 01 



77,830 29 
333,269 10 



249,526 78 



ISO, 903 45 
6,324 SS 



96,342 46 



267 95 



187,426 26 



4,054 59 



57,603 09 



341,400 04 



4,228 78 



94,996 62 
61,923 13 



411,099 39 



161,009 93 



23,666 06 
21,307 o: 



112,832 94 



100 00 



58,298 66 
14,372 93 
17,745 64 
19,694 30 

4, ISO 95 
10,806 30 

9,416 29 



134,515 07 
18,049 56 
20,745 6f 


1,736 93 



10,241 04 



24,309 61 



61,998 ■ 
121,243 53 
283,333 18 

100 00 
2,208 34 



3,859 93 
193 79 



95,498 74 
1,808 31 



82,847 21 
79,076 04 



243,004 07 



205.983 01 
27,823 13 



112,832 94 



100 00 



173,310 25 
1,736 93 

34,550 65 

468,884 63 

4,053 72 

97,307 05 
114,578 08 

161,923 25 



1,696,097 42 



1,646,087 71 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1921-22 AND 1922-23— Concluded 





1921-22 


1922-23 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 






1,696,097 42 

20 00 




1,646,087 71 


Schedule No. 37 — Concluded 

Other Departments — Concluded 
Privy Council — 




5,926 13 

7,817 46 

1 00 




Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 


6,174 65 

503 59 

20 00 












6.69S 24 


13,744 59 


Secretary of Slate — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 15) 


236,711 38 

280 30 

4 02 


222,630 91 

100 00 

23,715 08 














236,995 70 
1,049,328 99 


246,445 99 


Soldiers' Civil Re-estahlishment — 




899,156 25 
35, 166 66 












803 86 
18,511 62 


934,322 91 
454 03 


Soldier Land Settlement. 




Superannuation Revenue — 






4,571 78 












3,00S,455 83 


2,845,627 01 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL REVENUE 1922-23 



41 



— 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


Schedule Xo. 38 

War and Demobilization Receipts — 

Refunds of Previous Years 1 expenditure — 




13,722 42 

200,000 00 

200 00 

7.-0 00 

1,000,002 91 

248,853 81 

3.27S SO 

852,766 6.= 

289 07 














































War Trade Board 








278,785 82 

408 2.= 

76 37 

706 55 


2,319,863 76 


Schedule No. 39 

Miscellaneous Receipts — 

The Balances at the credit of the following accounts have 
been transfered to the credit of Consolidated Revenue 
Fund. 
Seed Grain Advances, Department of Agriculture.. 


279,976 99 
8,199,333 31 
















Amount received from the Imperial Government to cover 
exchange on repayments in London to the Dominion 
of Canada from July 1920 to Aug 2, 1921, Award of 










8,479,31030 







42 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT 





$ cts 


Receipts 


Payments 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Schedule "AA" 

Advances to Provinces, Bonks, etc, — 

Province of Prince Edward Island (Housing Loans) 






50,000 00 


Province of Nova Scotia (Housing Loans) 






437,000 00 


Province of Ontario (Housing Loans) 






600,000 00 


Province of Quebec (Housing Loans) 






2,078,731 66 


Province of Ontario (Loans to Farmers) .... 




2,000,000 00 
297,020,102 2f 




Loans to Banks, "Finance Act, 1914" 




263,700,000 00 


Montreal Harbour Commission 




1,802,000 00 


Vancouver Harbour Commission 






2,289,000 00 


Victoria Loan and Savings Co 




100,000 00 

631 24 

5 96 




Victoria Shipowners, Limited 




5,351 50 


Southern Alberta Land Co 






Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 




2S, 158, 656 33 












299,120,739 49 


299,120,739 49 


Schedile "BB" 
Advances to Imperial and Foreign Governments — 


66.952,851 20 
20 55 


10.726,652 80 


Boumanian Government 






Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
















66,952,871 7f 


66,952. S71 75 


SCHEDDLE "CC" 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds — 


1,345,909 58 
442,436 11 
926,759 76 

2,123,734 54 
194,953 10 


400.2(1(1 ."0 


Insurance Fund, ( 'ivil Service 




68,691 99 


Insurance Fund, Returned Soldiers 




342,031 77 


Retirement Fund 




324,224 67 


Superannuation Fund No. 2 




36,326 S7 


Balance of receipts over payments as per cash 




3,862,317 29 












5,033,793 09 


5,033,793 09 


Schedule "DD" 

Trust Funds 

Alberta School Lands 


6,892,155 44 

504,574 91 

228 42 

407,511 09 

19,211 24 

3.887 05 

13,738 73 

49,822 56 

1,4S6,335 64 

451,593 01 

5,743,431 90 

133,869 19 

2,334 33 

3,523 45 

59,876 83 

13,063,906 11 

13,575 10 

7,453 72 


6,750,862 SO 




1,635 64 


Common School Fund 










449,965 75 


Decayed Pilots Fund. 




18.6S2 76 


Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 




3,910 20 


Halifax Pilots, Pension Fund 




16,041 74 


Immigration Bonding Funds 




82,957 69 


Indian Funds 




1,372,700 35 


Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway Em- 




584,816 59 


Manitoba School Lands 




5,704,857 07 


Military Estates, Fund No. 1 




131,r05 47 


Military Estates, Fund No. 2 




2,229 85 


Militia and Defence. Regimental Funds 




131 58 


Pelagic Sealing Fund 






Saskatchewan School Lands 




12,745,949 04 






13,310 75 






3,607 33 


Balance of receipts over payments as per casli state- 




973,864 11 












28,857,028 72 


28,857,028 72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ' 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Continued 





$ cts. 


Receipts 


Payments 




S cts. 


$ cts. 


Schedule "EE" 

Contingent Funds 






10 00 








5 00 








15 00 








10 00 








5 00 








453 33 








47 00 






714 62 

359 33 

162,669 48 


254 05 












136,161 47 






43 "0 






18,5! 

266,548 53 

4,525 48 

219,893 89 

995 01 


23,564 57 






141,. r 01 03 






10 00 






44,500 59 






211 87 


York County Loan and Savings Company (in liqui- 




6 73 


Suspense Account — 






76 37 








408 25 








46,885 94 






55 00 




Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 




280,142 43 






674.312 13 


674,312 13 


SrHEDCLE "FF" 

Loan Accounts (Funded Dcht) 




1 , 500 00 








6, "00 00 








100 00 






298,000 00 








114,494 30 






25.096 10 
834,876 40 


178.' 






6f0,f03 50 






179,716.850 00 








1 1.500 00 


Renewal Loan 1922, 5J per cent 




114.464.150 00 








1,000 00 


Bond Loan 1922-52, 5 per cent, New York 




100.000,000 00 




Sinking Fund Purchases- 
War Loan 1916-31 


80.000 00 

5.000 on 

589.041 48 

1,425.599 2- 

860,634 99 




War Loan 1917-37 




Loan of 18S4 




Loan of 1940-60 






2.96" 






1,357,060 43 


1.352,648 60 


Balance of receipts over payments as per cash 


















216.979.182 93 


216,979,182 93 


Schedule "GG" 

Soldier Land SettU ment Loans — 


2.535,029 39 
76,687 05 
27,024 39 

5,031,906 48 


7,661.380 17 






9,287 U 


Reserve re Doukliobor Lands 






Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 














7.670,647 31 


7.670,647 31 




. — . — 


— . - . 



44 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Continued 



cts. 



Receipts 



Payments 



cts. 



Schedule "HH" 

Public Works Capital — Canals — 

Welland Ship Canal — Construction 

W (.'Hand Ship Canal — Refunds of previous years' expendi- 
ture 

Trent Canal — Construction and betterments 

Trent Canal — Refunds of previous years' expenditure. . . . 

Rideau Canal — Construction of store house at Ottawa. .. 

St. Lawrence Ship Canal — Surveys and investigations. . 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash 

statement 



1,627,763 34 



3,898 42 



6,404,157 IS 



173,553 43 

3,989 68 
45, 145 74 



4.995,184 27 



Schedule "II" 

Public 11 orks Capital — Railways — 
Canadian Government Railways — 

Rolling stock 

Construction and betterments 

Exchequer Court awards 

Claims for right of way 



6,626,846 03 



6.626.S46 03 



384,231 13 

2,638,864 65 

115,364 24 

2,579 10 



Rolling stock, refunds of previous years' expenditure. 
Outstanding cheques refunded 



1,825.208 13 
2, SOS 63 



Caraquet and Gulf Shore Railway, purchase 

Hudson Bay Railway— Port Nelson Terminals 

Quebec Bridge — Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 
Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



1.S2S.016 76 



344 70 
1,400,430 22 



3,141,039 12 



59,950 00 
27,802 56 



Schedule "JJ" 

Public It orks Capital — Miscellaneous — 
Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings 

Harbours and Rivers — ■ 

Esquimau, B.C. — New Dry Dock 

Quebec Harbour — 

Champlain Dock 

River St. Charles. Exchequer Court award 

Champlain Dock, refunds of previous years' ex- 
penditure 

River St. Charles, refunds of previous years' ex- 
penditure 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbour — Improve- 
ments 

St. John Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto Harbour — Refunds of previous years' ex- 
penditure 

Toronto Island — Breakwater protection 

River St. Lawrence — 

Ship Channel— Maintenance and operation of 

dredging fleet 

Sorel shipyard, maintenance 

Elevator dredge for service in North Channel 

below Quebec 

Self-propelling Hopper Barge 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure — 

New icebreaker 

Sorel shipyard 

Shipbuilding Programme — Refunds of previous years' 

expenditure 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



3,228,791 



3,228,791 68 



100 26 
2,985 00 



35 50 



612.119 23 

562. 120 76 

10,489 16 
36,691 4S 



210,049 12 
849.805 17 
751,303 32 



43.56S 96 



658,933 72 
S9.321 60 

89,855 00 
226,469 21 



35,210 88 
25S 13 

690,627 11 

3.411,509 85 



4,140,726 73 



4, 140, 726 73 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 45 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Continued 





$ cts. 


Receipts 


Payments 




$ cts. 


-S cts. 


Schedule "KK" 
Military Property and Stores — 






77 56 


Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 




77 se 










SCHEDULE "LL" 

Railway Accounts — (01$) — 




248 7' 1 


Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 




248 72 










ScHEDtTLE "MM" 

Railway Accounts — (Loans non-active) — 
( lanadian Northern Railway — 


500.000 00 






. 


42 vOO.OOO 00 






700. 500 76 
1,590 00 

1,469,867 51 

1,149.420 62 










Grand Trunk Railway — 
















i Z - 747 15 


Grand Trunk Pacific Railway — 

Loan under authority of orders of the Exchequer 






9.449 907 68 


Branch lines coupons guaranteed by the Provinces of 






2.969,585 18 






2 177 55 
536,8.5.5 04 


1,398,262 69 






651 24 


Loans to railways— for purchase of railway equipment, 
Chap. 38, Statutes of 1918 




2,315,805 79 


Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 




77,862,348 23 












82,222,959 73 


82,222,959 73 


ScHEDtLE "XX" 
Miscellaneous Investments — 'non-aciive) — 




284,200 00 


Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 




284,200 00 










Schedule "OO" 
■barings Banks — 


3,284,528 50 
1,501,811 80 

2,875,727 36 


5,764,44? 16 






1,897,625 50 


Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 














7,662,067 66 


7,662,067 66 


SCHEDULE "PP" 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts — 


20,289,790 71 
46,407 70 
11,800 00 

71,500 00 
3,000 00 


19,157,431 33 






301.314 95 






6,986 25 






133,927 12 






3,000 00 










20,422.498 41 


19.602.659 65 



46 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Concluded 



$ cts. 



Receipts 



Payments 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule "pp" — Concluded 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts— Concluded 

I.i aid of Grain Commissioners, advances under Canada 

Grain Act 

Bond Suspense Account 

Canada Registration Board 

< nadian Government Railways — Open accounts 

Canadian Trade Commission 

Candidates Election Deposits 

Dominion Assay 

Halifax Pilots, Special 

Internment Operations, Special 

W. J. King, Suspense Account 

King's Printer, Advance Account 

King's Printer, Stationery Office 

Outstanding cheques 

Prisoners of war 

Seed Grain and Relief, Dept. of Interior 

Seed Grain Advances, Dept. of Agriculture 

Seed Grain Advances, 1908, Saskatchewan Govt 

Sterling Xotes, Suspense 

St. John Pilots, Special 

Sydney Pilots, Special 

Victory Loans, Canvassers Suspense 

Victory Loan 1917, at credit of subscribers in arrears. . . . 

Victory Loan 1918, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Loan 1919, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Loan 1917, interest suspense 

Victory Loan 1918, interest suspense 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



Schedule "QQ" 

Temporary Loans — 

Loan of 1917-19, New York, 5 per cent, due August 1919. 
Treasury Bills, Canada, 6 per cent due October 1, 1922. 
Treasury Bills, Canada, 6 per cent due October IS, 1922 
Treasury Bills, Canada.oj per cent due Novembei 2, 192: 
Treasury Bills, Canada, Dj oer cent due November 15, 

1922 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state 
ment 



Schedule "RR" 

IntereM due and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interest, Domestic Loans 

Unpaid Interest, New York Loans 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



20,422,498 41 



4,310,386 99 



2,000, 

54, 

3, 

2, is:;, 
62, 

1, 

1,891, 

1,072, 

256, 

262, 
10.5, 

2 

55 

44 



000 00 
329 : 
000 00 
972 7i 
204 70 
31 2? 
537 74 
513 99 
37S 
288 20 
162 81 

109 41 
968 41 
855 43 
413 67 

714 2: 
957 90 



170 43 



19,602,659 65 



4.310,334 98 

12,070,6110 00 

706 55 



2,400 00 

2,183.972 76 

62.204 70 

4,592 86 

11 17 

1.891 513 99 

1,035,063 05 

256,288 20 

80 23 

451,355 70 

278,785 82 

462 77 
55,714 23 
45,017 89 

57 82 
1,246 50 
2.700 00 
4,722 50 



3,816 Oi 
9,525,877 91 



42.200,491 3: 



42.2(10,491 37 



3,000 00 

19,925,000 00 

8,155,000 00 

15,675,000 00 

5,345,000 00 



49,103,000 00 



49,103.000 00 



49,103,000 00 



103,738,572 44 
8,343,950 00 

723,484 39 



112,806,006 83 



104,4S5,105 OS 
8,320,841 75 



112,806,006 83 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Year 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875. ... 

1878 

1877 

1878 .... 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897... . 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 9 ra o 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1910 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Consolidated 

Fund 



S 

13.486 
14,038 
14.34.5 
15,623 
17,589 
19,174 
23,316 
23,713 
24.48S 
23,519 
23,503 
24,455 
24,850 
25,502 
27,067 
28,730 
31,107 
35,037 
39,011 
35,657 
36,718 
36,917 
35,994 
36,343 
36,765 
36.814 
37,585 
38,132 
36,949 
38,349 
38.832 
41.903 
42.975 
46,866 
50,759 
51.691 
55.612 
63.319 
67,240 
51,542 
76 641 
84,064 
79,411 
87,774 
98.161 
112,059 
127,384 
135,523 
130.350 
148,599 
178,284 
232,731 
303,843 
361,118 
347,560 
332,293 



cts 

092 96 
084 Of 
509 58 
0M 7? 
468 82 
647 92 
316 75 
071 04 
372 11 
301 77 
158 2" 
381 56 
034 45 
554 42 
103 58 
157 it 
706 2c 
060 12 
612 26 
680 16 
494 7! 
834 76 
031 47 
567 96 
894 18 
052 90 
025 52 
005 05 
142 0:^ 
759 81 
525 70 
500 54 
279 51 
367 84 
391 97 
902 76 
832 70 
lis 2 86 
640 95 
161 1 
451 5! 
232 38 
747 12 
198 32 
440 77 
537 41 
472 9! 
206 51 
726 90 
343 23 
312 83 
282 98 
929 90 
145 21 
690 6 
732 09 



4,201,333,540 48 



Expenditure 
chargeable 

to 

( Capital 



$ cts 



548 
440 
3,515 
3.670 
7,853 
19,859 
10,177 
6,922 
7,154 
7.599 
6.657 
5, 648 
8,241 
8,176 
7,405 
14,147 
23,977 
13.220 
9,589 
4,439 
7,162 
4,420 



053 

115 

164 

OSS 

862 

030 

3,781 

3,523 

4.143 

5,936 

7.468 

7.695 

10.078 

7,052 

7.8S1 

11.933 

11,913 

11.329 

30,429 

42,593 

29,756 

30. 852 

30,939 

27.206 

37,180 

41,447 

38,566 

26.. s.MI 

43.111 

25,031 

69,301 

49,012 

16,295 

9.S07 



437 5f 
.418 41 
,116 18 
396 51 
049 75 
411 17 
740 06 
742 33 

007 94 
709 55 
200 36 
331 66 
173 98 

316 sr 
637 06 
359 76 
702 44 
185 3. r 
734 If 
938 72 
964 26 
313 66 
158 98 
860 " 
456 78 

317 60 
969 67 

490 40 
311 21 
160 23 
503 3! 
342 94 
843 24 
488 34 
63S 06 
724 5> 
718 54 

491 91 
S71 11 
143 82 
906 86 
166 97 
353 35 
963 3' 

,575 95 
046 13 
175 93 

320 o: 

950 5C 
031 51 
903 63 
266 30 
877 83 

8 7 22 
3 2 55 
124 34 



832,294,210 80 



Railway 
Subsidies 



cts 



20S, 

403, 
2,701. 
1.400. 
1,027. 

846, 
1,678, 
1.265. 
1,248. 

811, 
1,229. 
1,310. 
3,228. 

416. 
1,414, 
3,201. 

725, 
2.512. 
2,093, 
1,463, 
2 046. 
1,275. 
1,637, 
1.324, 
2.037 
1,785. 
2.048. 
1,284. 

859, 

4,935, 

19,036, 

5,191, 

1,400, 

959, 

720, 
43, 

334, 



000 oc 
245 00 
249 00 
533 00 
041 92 
721 83 
195 72 
705 87 
215 93 
394 07 
885 10 
549 10 
745 4 r 
955 30 
934 75 
220 05 
720 35 
328 86 
939 00 
222 34 
878 45 
629 53 



574 37 
889 30 
629 30 
887 3! 
097 0.- 
892 04 
400 V 
507 35 
236 77 
507 48 
171 42 
583 88 
404 7' 
805 32 
845 55 



76,116,742 91 



War 

and 
Demobilization 



60,750,476 01 

166,197.755 47 

306.488,814 63 

343.836.801 98 

446,519,439 48 

346.612,954 56 

16.997,543 99 

1,544.249 Hi 

4,464.759 76 

1,693,412,795 54 



Other charges 



S 



cts 



37,157 9S 

429.663 24 
155,988 18 



223, 

5, 

4, 

2,253. 

315, 

1,388, 

385, 

676, 

949, 

117, 

201. 

21, 

2,567, 

502, 

10,534, 



456 IP 
7is I 
018 91 
097 17 
7i'. I 41 
984 31 
412 9' 
225 3f 
9-' 7 6' 
771 74 
884 7f 
368 7' 
452 SJ 
587 Of 
973 07 



155, 

1,333, 

44, 

OS, 

2,0'>3, 

139, 

330, 

399, 

137. 

682. 

943. 

501. 

1,547. 

908. 

1,038. 

1.538. 

6,713, 

2.275. 

2.4S5, 

1,581, 

:; 4i; • 

4,998. 

4.17:>, 

2,949, 

7,181, 

255, 

2,640 

5,186. 

3.186. 

15 275. 

HI. 7IIH. 

-7,283. 

19,995, 

492. 

301, 

4,042, 



623 07 
327 81 
946 56 
074 32 
569 43 
963 34 
353 60 
293 8! 
185 1' 
880 52 
317 1< 
571 76 
623 74 
681 42 
S30 8? 
722 13 
617 94 
334 47 
555 2 
944 36 
6! 2 12 
237 5. r 
576 V 
196 7? 
665 2: 
786 93 
161 94 
016 27 
898 2C 
345 03 
786 72 
581 61 
313 114 
148 Oi 
518 01 
930 53 



123.269.4S0 79 



Total 
Disbursements 



14,071 

14,908 

18,016 

19,293 

25,665 

39.039 

33.498 

32.S88 

31,958 

32.507 

30. 545 

30. 779 

34,041 

33,796 

34.674 

42,898 

57,860 

49,163 

61,837 

41,504 

45,064 

43,518 

41,770 

40. 7' 3 

42.272 

40.853 

43,008 

42,872 

44, 096 

42,972 

45,334 

51,542 

52,717 

57,982 

63,970 

61.746 

72.255 

78,804 

83,277 

65. 77S 

112,578 

133,441 

115,395 

122 861 

137,142 

144.456 

186.241 

248,098 

339,702 

49S, 203 

576, 660 

697,042 

740.188 

418,62: 

365.701 

350. 60S 



cts 

CSS 52 
165 64 
613 94 
478 23 
974 74 
807 57 
075 71 
910 54 
144 45 
995 70 
771 60 
93S 52 
756 11 
642 66 
625 39 
885 96 
861 53 
077 53 
568 52 
151 88 
124 04 
198 06 
332 73 

208 19 
136 32 
727 91 
233 89 
338 44 
383 92 
755 S9 
281 06 
635 29 
466 84 
866 46 
799 86 
571 81 
047 63 
13S 77 
641 72 
138 57 
679 87 
524 29 
773 70 
250 46 
082 20 
877 82 
047 63 
526 33 
502 49 
118 28 

209 91 
212 47 
920 88 
544 48 
790 85 
546 72 



,926,426,770 52 



48 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Year 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1S71 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1S91 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 9 mo 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 



Consolidated 

Fund 

Receipts 



13.6S7, 

14,379, 

15,512. 

19,335, 

20,714, 

20,813, 

24,205, 

24,648, 

22,587, 

22,059, 

22,375, 

22,517, 

23,307, 

29,635, 

33,383, 

35,794, 

31,861, 

32,797 

33,177. 

35,754, 

35,908 

38,782, 

39,879 

38,579, 

36,921 

38,168, 

36,374, 

33,978, 

36,618, 

37,829, 

40,555, 

46,741, 

51,029, 

52,514, 

58,050, 

66,037, 

70,669, 

71,182, 

80,139, 

67,969, 

96,054, 

85,093, 

101,503, 

117,780, 

136,108, 

Mix, oxii, 

163,174, 

133,073, 

172.147, 

232,701, 

200,778, 

312,946, 

349,746, 

434,386 

381,952, 

394,614, 



cts 

928 49 
174 52 
225 65 
560 81 
813 68 
469 45 
092 54 
715 04 
587 05 
274 11 
011 8S 
382 14 
406 6° 
297 54 
455 52 
649 80 
961 73 
001 22 
040 39 

993 25 
463 53 

870 23 
925 41 
310 88 

871 60 
60S 
693 07 
129 47 
590 72 
778 40 
238 03 
249 54 

994 02 
701 13 
790 03 
068 93 
S16 S2 
772 67 
360 07 
328 29 
505 81 
404 35 
710 93 
409 78 
217 36 
903 45 
394 56 
481 73 
838 27 
294 00 
952 55 
747 is 
334 70 
536 60 
38fi 99 
900 00 



Other 
Receipts 



27,431 71 
39,475 9S 



157,121 90 

302,560 39 

1,008 58 

4.46S 22 

868,486 44 

31,245 49 

,503,142 76 

57,140 21 



1,799,093 



009.019 15 
953,264 00 
557,039 59 
302,842 41 
537 66 



40,000 00 
190 14 



1,272 03 

1,853 41 

1,472 69 

1,631 63 

1,543 31 

,311,015 17 

9,434 67 

3.299 83 

2,033 70 

2,781 36 

910 91 

456,175 41 

112,764 65 

103,918 58 



524 04 



1 , 555 30 



1,90'), 647 81 

319,184 45 

8,479,310 30 



Total 
Receipts 



cts 



13 


687. 


14 


379, 


15 


539. 


19 


375. 


20 


714. 


20 


970, 


24 


507, 


24 


649, 


22 


592, 


■21 


927, 


22 


406, 


27 


020, 


23 


364, 


29 


635, 


35 


182, 


36 


mi:;. 


32 


815, 


33 


354, 


33 


479, 


35 


755, 


35 


90S, 


38 


782, 


39 


S79, 


38 


579, 


36 


921, 


38 


20S, 


36 


374, 


33 


978, 


36 


618, 


37 


S2'l, 


40 


556, 


46 


743, 


51 


031, 


52 


516, 


58 


052, 


69 


348, 


70 


679, 


71 


186, 


80 


141, 


67 


972, 


96 


055, 


85 


549, 


101 


616, 


117 


884, 


136 


10S, 


168 


690, 


163 


174. 


133 


073, 


172 


149, 


232 


701, 


260 


778, 


312 


946, 


349 


746, 


436 


292, 


382 


271, 


403 


094, 



92S 
174 
657 
036 
813 
591 
652 
723 
055 
760 
257 
524 
546 
297 
549 
60S 
225 
040 
SS2 
530 
463 
870 
925 
310 
871 
608 
883 
129 
590 
778 
510 
102 
466 
332 
333 
084 
251 
072 
393 
109 
416 
579 
475 
328 
217 
427 
394 
481 
39:: 
294 
952 
717 
334 
184 
571 
210 



5,017,233,621 45 25,370,397 63 5,042,604,019 OS 1,883,822,751 44 S41, 419,394 86 



Difference 

between 

Receipts and 

Expenditure 



+ 



cts. 



+ 



15 

28 

5 

9 

4 

1 

2 

5 

2 

6 

8 

7 

5 

4 

4 

1 

5 

5 

7 

1 

7 

3 

+ 2 

16 

47 

13 

4 

1 

+ 24 

23 

115 

167 

265 

315 

384 

390 

+ 17 

+ 16 

4- 52 



383. 
52V 
476, 
81. 
951 
069. 
990 
239. 
366. 
5S0, 
139, 
759. 
677, 
161, 
507, 
095, 
045, 
809, 
357, 
748, 
155, 
735, 
890, 
213, 
350, 
645, 
633, 
894, 
477, 
142, 
777, 
799, 
686, 
466, 
918, 
601, 
575, 
618, 
136, 
193, 
523, 
v.il, 
779, 
976, 
033, 
233, 
066, 
025, 
553, 
501, 
SSI, 
095, 
342, 
671, 
569, 
4S5, 



760 
991 
956 
558 
161 
216 
422 
1S6 
089 
235 
514 
413 
209 
345 
923 
217 
635 
036 
6S5 
620 
660 
327 
407 
897 
264 
119 
350 
208 
793 
977 
771 
532 
000 
533 
466 
512 
796 
066 
247 
971 
263 
944 
298 
922 
864 
549 
653 
044 
108 
S24 
257 
465 
586 
639 
780 
663 



Consolidated Fund 



Surplus 



201, 
341, 
,166, 
,712. 
,125, 
,638, 
888, 
935, 



cts 

835 53 
693 52 
716 07 
479 09 
344 86 
821 53 
775 79 
044 00 



132 
316 

064 

754 



743 12 
351 94 
492 35 
255 48 



97,313 09 



,855, 
.885, 
235, 
155, 
.354, 



035 47 
893 94 
742 92 
977 42 
555 95 



722 
837! 
054, 
648. 
291, 
345, 
.056, 
,863. 
898, 
,427, 
413, 
029, 
,091, 
006, 
946, 
639, 
789, 



712 33 
749 00 
714 51 
333 29 
398 06 

166 17 
984 12 
089 81 
719 12 

167 29 
054 22 
171 97 
963 81 
211 46 
776 59 
366 04 
921 57 



797, 
101, 
494, 

2 1 .5 , 
902, 
268, 
391, 
321, 



111 37 
950 77 
639 72 
464 20 
4»4 89 
391 39 
696 36 
167 91 



Deficit 



cts. 



1,900,785 06 
1,460,027 66 
1,128,146 37 
1,937,999 42 
1,543,227 76 



2,240,058 90 
5,834,571 87 



810,031 26 



1,210,332 45 

4,153,875 58 

330,551 31 

519,981 44 



2,449,724 81 



25,519.313 S9 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



49 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Year 



Total Debt 



Total Assets 



Net Debt 



Increase of Debt 



Decrease of Debt 



1867.... 

1868.... 

1869.... 

1870.... 

1871 .... 

1872.... 

1873.... 

1874.... 

1875. . . . 

1876.... 

1877. . . . 

1878.... 

1879.... 

1880.... 

1881.... 

1882.... 

1883.... 

1884.... 

18S5..., 

1886.... 

1887.... 

1888.... 

1889.... 

1890..., 

1891.... 

1892.... 

1893.... 

1894..., 

1895.... 

1896..., 

1897. . . , 

1898.... 

1899..., 

1900... 

1901..., 

1902..., 

1903... 

1904..., 

1905... 

1906... 

1907 

(9 mos ) 
1908.... 
1909.... 
1910.... 
1911.... 
1912.... 
1913.... 
1914... 
1915.... 
1916.... 
1917.... 
1918.... 
1919.... 
1920.... 
1921... 
1922... 
1923.... 



93,046 
96,896 

112,361 
115,993 
115,492 
122.400 
129, 743 
141,163 
151,663 
161,204 
174, 675 

174. 957 
179,483 
194,634 
199,861 
205,365 
202,159 
242. i<2 
264, 70.3 
273,164 
273,187 
284,513 
287, 722 
286.112 
289,899 
295.333 
300,054 
308,348 
318, 04S 
325,717 
332,530 
338,375 
345,160 
346,206 
3.54. 7:;2 
366,358 
361,344 
364,962 
377,678 
392,269 



cts, 

051 73 

666 20 
998 39 
706 76 
682 76 
179 36 
432 19 
551 33 
401 62 
687 86 
834 97 
268 96 
871 21 
440 6S 
537 51 
251 97 
104 30 
416 21 
607 43 
341 11 
626 43 
841 89 
062 76 
295 10 
229 62 
274 10 
524 74 
023 96 
754 87 
536 73 
131 33 
984 23 
902 54 
979 92 
432 52 
476 59 
098 37 
512 17 
,579 80 
6S0 39 



379, 

408, 

478, 

470. 

474, 

508. 

483, 

.544. 

700, 

936. 

1,382, 

1.863, 

2,676, 

3,041. 

2.902, 

2,902, 

2,888, 



966.826 09 
207,1.58 25 
535,427 02 
663.045 99 
941,487 42 
338.591 77 
232,555 24 
391,368 86 
473,814 37 
987,802 42 
003,267 69 
335,898 89 
635.724 77 
529,586 91 
482,117 04 
347,136 96 
827,236 65 



17.317, 
21,139, 
36,502, 
37,783, 
37,786, 
40,213, 
29,894, 
32,838, 
35,655, 
36,653, 
41,440, 
34,595, 
36,493, 
42, 182, 
44,465, 
51,703, 
43,692, 
60,320, 
68,295, 
50,005, 
45,872, 
49,982, 
50,192, 
48,579, 
52.090, 
54,201, 
58,373, 
62,164, 
64,973, 
67,220, 
70,991, 
74,419, 
78,887, 
80,713, 
86,252 
94,529, 
99,737 
104,094 
111. 454 
125,226 



cts, 

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531 46 
679 19 
964 31 
165 11 
107 32 
970 55 
586 91 
023 60 
173 78 
525 94 
199 05 
683 85 
852 07 
757 11 
601 19 
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915 29 
234 02 
850 99 
483 73 
021 11 
083 33 
199 11 
839 66 
485 13 
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103 96 
534 87 
585 32 
455 94 
173 03 
428 83 
386 97 
109 50 
793 57 
413 20 
702 64 



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154, 
134, 
134. 
168. 
168. 
208, 
251, 
321, 
502, 
671, 
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561, 
480. 
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246,2'iS 41 
605, 147 85 
394,499 66 
899,435 39 
419,131 06 
930,929 56 
394,518 72 
097,731 16 
831.631 40 
816,969 89 
451,836 39 
104,692 33 
660,963 12 
f03,133 35 
211,335 23 
050,367 91 



75,728, 
75,757, 

75,859, 
78,209, 
77,706, 
82,187, 
99,848, 
108.324, 
116,008, 
124,551, 
133,235, 
140,362, 
142,990, 
152.451, 
155,395, 
153,661, 
1.58,466, 
182,161, 
196.407, 
223.159, 
227,314, 
234.531, 
237,530, 
237,533, 
237.809, 
241.131, 
241,681, 
246. 183, 
253.074, 
2.58,497, 
261,538, 
263.956, 
266.273, 
265,493, 
268,480 
271,829 
261,606 
260.867, 
266.224 
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398 91 
446 60 
806 89 
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339, 

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335, 

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615. 

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1,191, 

1.574. 

2,248, 

2,340, 

2,422, 

2,453, 



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960,859 84 
930,279 17 
268,546 33 
042,052 03 
919,460 71 
301,625 68 
996,850 14 
376,083 21 
156.171 02 
186.297 80 
884.062 50 
531.032 44 
868,623 79 
878.983 f9 
135.801 73 
776,868 74 



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28,493 37 

102,184 46 

2,350,423 25 



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17,661 
8.476 
7,683 
8,543 
8,683 
7,126 
2,628 
9,461 
2,944 



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389 60 
502 78 
413 60 
136 06 
794 95 
760 88 
117 45 
401 25 
191 79 



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23.695, 

14,245, 

•26,751, 

4,155, 

7,216, 

2,998, 

3 

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3,322, 

549, 

4,501, 

6,891, 

5.422, 

3.041, 

2,417, 

2,317, 



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841 88 
414 95 
668 35 
582 72 
683 49 
170 12 
818 74 
403 93 
605 17 
989 87 
897 61 
505 68 
163 69 
802 45 
047 69 



2,986,196 80 
3,349,085 93 



5,356,448 00 
818,811 15 



14,2»8,999 88 

45,969,419 33 

12,338,267 16 

3,773,505 70 



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264 

312 

382 

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379,233 07 
780,087 81 
030,126 78 
697,764 70 
646.969 94 
337.591 35 
010,359 90 
256,818 04 
641.067 01 



$ cts. 



503,224 80 



1,734,129 62 



779,639 71 



10,222.100 75 
739,270 27 



3,371,117 79 



122.591 32 
25,617,835 03 



2,421,138,136 66 



43.089.909 29 



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50 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS FROM 
WAR TAX REVENUES 





























Year 


Banks 


Trust and 

Loan 
Companies 


Insurance 
Companies 


Business 
Profits 


Income 
Tax 


Sales Tax, Tax 
on Chr ques, 
Transporta- 
tion Tax, etc. 


Total 
War Tax 
Revenue 


1914-15.. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


? cts. 


$ cts. 

98,056 95 

1,536,S37 94 

2,059,583 81 

2,227,389 93 

11,888,508 40 

15.587,706 70 

78,803,099 18 

73,650,488 83 

106,482,718 OS 


$ cte. 
98,056 95 


1915-16.. 


1,300,446 80 
1,114,023 30 
1,115,757 65 
1.099.764 44 
1,170,223 45 
1,257,533 70 
1,293,697 43 
1,244,437 14 


324,249 91 
202,415 48 
269,129 OS 
323,340 02 
274, 216, 28 
293,801 94 
283,994 35 
312,391 39 


459,247 07 
419,698,83 
496,540 55 
546,113 86 
638,730 76 
807,667 12 
749,958 75 
852,328 12 






3,620,7S1 72 


1916-17. 


12,506,516 72 
21,271,083 57 
32,970,061 81 
44,145,184 48 
40,841,401 25 
22, 815,6.0 5S 
13,031,461 80 




16,302,238 14 


1917-18.. 

1918-19. 

1919-20. 

1920-21 

1921-22. 

1922-23.. 


9,349,719 80 
20,263.739 91 
46,381,824 31 
7S,684,354 80 
59,711,538 37 


25,379,900 78 
56.177,508 33 
82,079,801 58 
168,385,327 50 
177,484,100 74 
181,634,874 90 






14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1924 



APPENDICES. 



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Ian. 1, 1924. 
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June 1, 1921 (overdue) 


Dec. 1, 1925. 
Oct. 1, 1931. 
Mar. 1, 1937. 

Dec. 1,1922 (overdue) 
Dec. 1, 1927. 
Dec. 1, 1937. 

Nov. 1, 1923. 
Nov. 1, 1933. 

Nov. 1, 1924 
Nov. 1, 1934. 

Nov. 1, 1927. 
Nov. 1, 1932. 
Mar. 1, 192S. 
Deo. 1, 1945. 












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400 00 

600 00 

8,000 00 

106,703 31 

60,800 00 
50.842 45 

1,748,853 54 

4,077,112 56 

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700 00 

24,133.000 00 

42,014,500 00 

62,931,600 00 

90,106,900 00 

3,117,650 00 

63,437,250 00 

236,298,850 00 

172,459,11.51) (1(1 
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107,955,650 00 
511,910,650 00 

29,068,400 00 

85,395,750 00 

2,000,000 00 

05,207,351 17 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Appendix No. 3 



55 



Statement showing the portion of the Funded Debt of Canada payable in 
New York March 31, 1923, and the annual interest payable thereon. 



— 


Bearing 

5 per cent 

interest 


Bearing 

5j per cent 

interest 


Total 


Maturing 




$ cts. 
874,000 00 


S cts. 


S cts. 

S74.000 00 

59,000 00 

25,000,000 00 

25,000,000 00 

60,000,000 00 

100,000,000 00 


Aug. 1, 1935. 

April 1, 1921 (over- 


Public Service Loan of 1916 — 
Due in 1921 




Due in 1926 


25,000,000 00 
25,000,000 00 




due). 
April 1, 1926. 


Due in 1931 




April 1, 1931. 


Loan of 1919-29 


60,000,000 00 


Aug. 1, 1929. 


Loan of 1922-52 


100.000,000 00 


May 1. 1952. 










150,S74,000 00 


60.000,000 00 


210,933.000 00 






7,543,700 00 


3,300,000 00 


10,843,700 00 









Appendix No. 4 

Statement showing accounts of the Dominion of Canada carred to a Suspense 
Account in the Schedules to the Balance Sheet (see Schedule P. Contingent 
Funds). 



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Debit 


Credit 


Seed Grain and Relief 


S cts. 
527,751 54 


S cts. 




8,784 19 






1,521 S2 






7,014 04 






281 Of, 






2,989 16 






8 76 


Interior Department. Suspense 




717 00 






1,587,025 14 






100 11 




1,080,689 74 










1,608,441 25 


1,608,441 28 



56 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 5 

Sinking Funds 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



To whom paid 


Loans 


Nature of Investment 


Rate 

of 

Interest 


Amount 
Purchased 


Total 




Loan of 190? 
-34 

Loan of 1930 
-50 

Loan of 1940 
-60 

Loan of 1916 

-31 
Loan of 1917 

-37 


Canadian Securities 
Loan of 1888 


% 

3 

3J 
3J 
4 

3 

31 

3* 

4 
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5 


$ ets. 

50,126 67 
164,756 32 
348,851 82 

25,306 67 


$ cts. 




Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1920-60 






Loan of 1888 


589,041 48 




197,072 12 
128,214 3? 
887,229 92 
212,109 45 
973 33 




Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1940-60 






Loan of 1920-25 






Loan of 1888 


1,425,599121 




50,742 73 

21,186 54 

670,554 76 

118,150 96 




Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1940-60 






War Loan 1916-31 


860,634 99 
80,000 00 








War Loan 1917-37 




5,000 00 












2,960,275 68 



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Appendix No. 8 

Charges of Management 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



To whom Paid 



Service 



$ cts. 



eta. 



Savings Banks and Offices of the Assistant 
Receivers' General 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Calgary, Alia. 



G. S. Nicol 

Wm. Morton 

R. T. Way mark 

J. Parry 

M. Mclvor 



Salary to March 31, 1923. 

" 31, 1923. 

" " 31, 1923. 

" " 31, 1923. 

" 31, 1923. 



P. Pope 

F. Loughran 

D. A. McKinnon 
H. S. Stewart... 
H. Currie 



I. H.Mathers.. 
A. C. Johnston.. 

M.J. Ring 

F. J. Wilks 

R. W. Congdon. 

F. J. Strachan. . 

G. D. Hamlin. . 
A. \Y. Burgoyne 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Charlottelown 
P.E.I. 

Salary to March 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

" " 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Halifax, N.S 

Salary to March 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

" " 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

Nov. 30, 1922 

Salary Nov. 1, 1922 to March 31, 1923 

Salary to Sept. 28, 1922 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Montreal, Que 



City and District Savings 
Bank, Montreal, Que.. 



Amount paid that institution {or acting as Assistant 
Receiver General for the year ended March 31, 
1923 

Services for Registration of Bonds 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Regina, Sask 



S. B. Nelles. 
J. H. Matkin 
J.W.Wilson. 
D. Stevens.. 



Salary to March 31, 1923. 

" 31, 1923. 

" 31, 1923. 

" " 31, 1923. 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. 
Carried forward 



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2,160 00 
1,020 00 
1,320 00 
600 00 



,040 00 
551 48 



2,900 00 
1,900 00 
1,620 00 
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434 99 



3,060 00 

2, 2S0 00 

1,620 00 

1.0S0 00 

1,020 00 

680 00 

400 00 

488 00 



10,628 00 
979 85 



12.000 00 
4,000 00 



16,000 00 
751 63 



2,940 00 

2,160 00 

1,320 00 

600 00 



7,020 00 
791 89 



S.591 48 



9,254 99 



11,607 85 



16,751 63 



7,811 89 



54.017 84 



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Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges op Management — Continued 



63 



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54,017 84 


J. E.Wilson 


Assistant Receiver General's Office, St. John, N.B. 
Salary to March 31, 1923 


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2.2S0 00 

1,560 00 

387 51 

1,200 00 

660 00 

588 38 




S. P. McCavour 


" " 31, 1923 






" " 31, 1923 






" June 30, 1922 




G. T. Corbett 


" March 31, 1923.. . 




F. I. Ord 


" " 31, 1923 

Salary Aug. 21, 1922 to March 31, 1923 . . 




H. C. Ellis 






Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. . 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Toronto, Ont. 
Salary to March 31, 1923... 






9,795 89 
641 48 


10,437 37 


L. Roy Cane 


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1,900 50 
650 00 
788 22 
1,440 00 
790 00 
1,170 00 
1,311 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
735 00 
160 00 
807 74 
203 21 
150 00 
458 33 
637 42 
640 00 
388 71 
112 90 
105 35 

1 29 

2 58 
128 57 
142 85 
108 57 


A. T. Wilson 


" to December 31, 1922... 




A. W. Steel 


" to August 31, 1922. . 




H. E. Brown 


" April 22, 1922 to December 1, 1922... 






" to March 31, 1923 




R. H. Buckley 


" to November 30, 1922... 






" to March 31, 1923... 






" " 31, 1923... 




J. J. McCheyne 


" " 31, 1923 




A. McGillivray 


" " 31, 1923... 






" " 31, 1923 




F. R. Henry 


" to February 2S, 1923. 




I. H.Trant 


" to May 31, 1922. 




J. H. O'Neill 


" May 29, 1922 to March 31, 1923 




H. Baillie 


" to July 15, 1922 .. 




M. Jones 


" to June 30, 1922 






" June 26, 1922 to March 31, 1923 .. 






" August 2, 1922 to March 31, 1923 




A. McDonald 


" August 7, 1922 to March 31, 1923 .. 






" August 8, 1922 to March 31, 1923 




L. Nafin 


" January 24, 1922 to March 31, 1923 

" January 10, 1922 to March 31, 1923 .. 




T. S. Sinclair 




F.J. Duffy 






R. B. Wootten 








" February 12 to March 31, 1923 .. 






" February 7 to March 31, 1923 




Jos. M arsh 


" February 19 to March 31, 1923 .. 






Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. . 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Victoria, B.C. 
Salary to March 31, 1923. . . 






19,352 24 
4.402 09 


23,754 33 




3,060 00 

1,830 00 

1,560 00 

1,275 00 

1,170 00 

840 00 

487 50 

422 50 




" 31, 1923... 




T. Knight 


" " 31, 1923 .. 




R. D. MacLachlan 


" " 31, 1923. 




G. H. Llewellyn 


" " 31, 1923... 




I. M. Cutler 


" " 31, 1923... 




C. W. Scott 


" October 15, 1922... 






" " 15, 1922... 






Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. . 






10,645 00 
1,243 11 


11,888 11 








100,097 65 



64 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 
Charges of Management — Continued 



To whom Paid 



Service 



cts. 



W, Winsby 

K. Frederickson 

E. W. H. Armstrong 

H. E. Copeland 

G.M. Bury 

E. P. Blyth 

A. O. Anderson 

E. O. Sonsteby 



T. Campbell, Sherbrooke 
N.S 

F. W. Homer, Barrington 
N.S 

J. Redden, Kentville, N.S 



Brought forward 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Winnipeg, Man. 



Salary to March 31, 1923. 
" 31, 1923. 



31, 1923. 

31, 1923. 

31, 1923. 

31, 1923. 

31, li*23. 

31, 1923. 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. 

Savings Banks, Nova Scotia 

Salary to March 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

" 31, 1923 

Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery.. 



Recapitulation 

Salaries, Offices of the Assistant Receivers General 

"ayments to City and District Savings Bank. 
Montreal, lor actirg as Receiver General and for 
bond transfer work 

Salaries, Savings Banks 

Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Prin Alv-rtising, Express, etc. 



Sundry Express Companies 

Sundry persons 

Sundry companies 

Department of Public Print 
ing and Stationery, Ot- 
tawa 

C. E. Campbell 

K. Frederickson 

W. Morton 

P. Gordon 

G. W, Hvndman 

S. P. McCavour 

J. G. Macfarlane 

G. L. Gullock 

J. W. MacFarlane 

T. Lawson 

W . Winsby 

Sundry persons 

American Bank Note Co 
Ottawa, Ont 

American Bank Protection 
Co., Minneapolis, Minn 

J. E. Bastien 



Express.. 
Cartage. 
Freight. . 



Printing and Stationery. 
Travelling expenses 



A. E. D. Holden. 



Customs duty and sales taxes. 
Printing labels 



Inspection of burglar alarm 

For service^ rendered in connection with counter- 
feiting cases 

Tra\ elling expenses 



Carried forward. 



100,097 65 



3,240 00 
2,280 00 
2,000 00 
1,560 00 

960 00 
1,380 00 
1,020 00 

960 00 






13,400 00 
989 91 



14,389 91 



250 00 



300 00 




500 00 




1,050 00 




149 56 






1,199 56 




115,687 12 


87,701 13 




16,000 00 




1,050 00 




10,935 99 






115,687 12 




51,790 99 




335 25 




46 98 




17,178 96 




64 OC 




244 SC 




115 2C 




379 4C 




542 65 




276 6C 




128 15 




59 55 




64 75 




66 0C 




767 7( 




90 66 




157 32 




80 00 




50 00 




69 15 




72,508 11 


115,687 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges of Management — Continued 



65 



To whom Paid 



Service 



$ cts. 



% cts. 



Brought forward. 



J. M. Mossman Co., New 

York.... 

Miller & Richards, Toronto 
W. J. Orr, Ottawa, Ont. . . 
O. H. Pierce, Ottawa, Ont 
Thos. Birkett & Son Co. 

Ltd., Ottawa, Ont.... 
Hugh Carson Co., Ltd. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Jas. Davidson Sons, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

J. H. Cameron & Co., 

Ottawa 

Garrioch, Godard & Co., 

Ottawa, Ont 
Grant, Holdenand Graham, 

Ltd., Ottawa, Ont.. . 
Canadian General Electric 

Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 
L. Oertling, Ltd., London, 

Eng 

Porter Safety Seal Co., 

Chicago, 111 

A. A. Archambault 

H. Bavnes 

V. P. Scott 

R. M. Merrit 

Royal Mint. Ottawa, Ont. 

J. & .1. Taylor, Ltd., Tor- 
onto 

Tororto General Trusts 
Corporation, Toronto.' »nr 

\V. X. Malkin, Vancouver. 
B.C 

Thornton & Truman, Ot- 
tawa, Ont 

L. E. Waterman Co., Ltd 
-Montreal 

Sundrv persons 

Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith. 

E. L. Newcombe 



Printing, Advertising, Express, etc. — Concluded 



Cleaning time lock 

Installing printing presses. 

Chimney top, etc 

Repairs to "Mail-o-meter" 



Scale. - . 
Trunks. 



Boxes 

Customs duty 

Batteries for burglar alarm . 

Bags for coin 

Electric motor 

Assay balance, etc 



Sealing implement and seals. 
Weighing and checking gold. 



Bags for gold shipments 

Fuel for destruction of bonds. 



Dial shields for vault doors. 



Storage and cartage Victory Loan vouchers. . . 
Storage and shipping Victory Loan vouchers 



Repairs to locks, vaults, etc. 



Bank of Montreal, New York 

Bank of Montreal, London, 
Eng 



Bank of Montreal, Ottawa, 
Ont 



Gold pens and repairs 

Office contingencies, Currency Branch 

Payment in respect of arbitration services in con- 
nection with the question of exchange with the 
Imperial Government 

Travelling expenses in connection with the arbitra- 
tion with the Imperial Government on the 
question of exchange 

Charges re gold shipments 





Greene & Robertson, 

Ottawa, Ont 

Sundry persons 



Advertising 

Cables.. 

Printing and stationery. 
Express 



-3 

Telegrams. 



Insurance 

Supplies for printing presses... . 
Supplies for macerating plant. 



American Bank Note Co. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Printing Dominion Notes 

Printing notes 

Carried forward 



72,508 11 



22 00 

282 85 

14 43 

7 00 

33 54 

50 50 

286 00 
40 
18 4' 

291 74 

747 IS 

371 OS 

347 16 
66 70 
56 70 

56 70 
48 40 
48 88 

242 85 

102 00 
65 85 

57 50 

1,402 63 

123 32 
24 86 

4,866 67 



1,492 25 

12 L5 

1,944 72 

450 SO 

42 59 

1,427 27 

14 82 

14 sn 
137 65 

7,400 68 
187 65 
553 25 



115,687 12 



95,861 82 



475,000 00 



6S6.54S 94 



2—5 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges of Management — Continued 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



S cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward . 



Bank of Montreal, New York 



Montreal 
London, Eng. 



Edwards, Morgan & Co. 
Toronto 



Commission for Payment of Interest on Public Debt, 
Purchase of Sinking Funds, Auditing, etc. 

a of one per cent commission for cashing Dominion 
of Canada registered interest and coupons . 

\ of one per cent commission for cashing Grand 
Trunk Pacific Railway coupons, guaranteed by 
the Dominion of Canada 

i of one per cent commission for cashing Grand 
Trunk Railway 7 per cent coupons 

Fee for registration of bonds, domiciled in New 
York 

Fee as registrar of 5"^, 1942-52 Loan, New York. 

-^ of one per cent commission on purchase of Sinking 
Funds 

For services as fiscal agents in London for vear 
ended Dec. 31, 1922, at rate of £150 per million 
of debt _ 

\ of one per cent commission for cashing Grand 
Trunk Pacific Railway coupons, guaranteed by 
the Dominion of Canada 



Auditing. 



Bank of Montreal, London. 
Eng... 



English Bill Stamps, Postage, etc. 



Bill stamps 

Composition of stamp duty., 
Postage 



Less — Sundry fees received for issuing stock 
certificates to bearer 



Bank of Montreal, London 
Eng 



Babcock Printing Press 
Mfg. Co., New London 
Conn 

American Bank Note Co. 
Ottawa 



Brokerage on Purchase of Sinking Funds 

\ of one per cent brokerage on purchase of Sinking 
Funds 

Purchase of fire machines for affixing a distinguishing 
dance and serial number on each Dominion note, 
after the notes have been delivered by the printer and 
engraver to the Minister of Finance, and while the 
notes are in the custody and control of the officers 
of the Department of Finance, as provided by sub- 
section S, of Section S of the Dominion Notes Act 
1914. 



Geo. M. Stewart, Montreal 
Miller & Richards, Toronto 
J.S. Robertson, Montreal.. 

Sundry persons 

Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., Toronto 



5 printing presses 

Freight on presses 

Sales tax on presses 

Customs duty on presses 

Cartage on presses 

Sundry fittings, etc., for presses 

Adjusting presses 

Cylinder press rollers 

Supplies, etc 

Electric motor, etc.. 



Clerical Assistance in connection with the transfer and 
registration of II ar Loan Bonds 



Sundry persons. 



Clerical assistance 

Carried forward . 



14 


94S 94 


1 


769 29 




9 36 


3 


000 00 
000 00 



53 09 
50,400 22 

970 33 

9,409 32 



1,869 90 

212 91 

1,239 41 



3,322 22 
1,068 72 



8,650 00 



209 80 


570 90 


865 00 


10 00 


788 48 


51 10 


24 00 


22 80 


1,159 95 



686, 54S 94 



S2.560 55 



2,253 50 



,188 33 






12,352 03 



, 182 47 



880,085 82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 67 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 8 — Concluded 

Charges of Management — Concluded 



To Whom Paid 


Service 


S cts. 


$ cts. 








880,085 82 


Ottawa Branch, Royal Mint 
Prof. J.W. Bain, Toronto. 
Prof. C. W. Drury, Kings- 
ton 

Prof. A. Stansfield, 


Statutory Currency Act, 1910 

Trial of the Pyx 

a it 

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196 40 

178 35 

182 15 

10 00 

9 50 

9 50 




W. C. Hilman. Ottawa.. 


it u 




N.S. McGuire, Ottawa.. 


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Total 


585 90 








880,671 72 











Appendix No. 9. 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Expenditure 



Details 


Rate 


— 


Amount 


Totals 


Premium paid on New York Funds purchased.. 


% 

01 

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•-T* 

2-H 

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3 

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Ti 

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s 
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7.50,000 00 
550,000 00 
200,000 00 
680,097 83 
1,000,000 00 

600,000 00 
2,900,000 00 

500,000 00 
2.000,000 00 
1,900,000 00 
8,500,000 00 


S cts. 

11,875 00 
18.281 25 
13,578 12 
5,250 00 
20,402 93 
30,000 00 


$ cts. 

99,387 30 

16,124 99 
180 39 


Discount on New York Funds transferred to Canada 


187 50 

1,359 38 

312 50 

1,562 49 

2,078 12 

10,625 00 






Sundry charges on purchase of $12,070,600. Victory 
Loan 1917 bonds due Dec. 1, 1922 






6,703 35 














122,396 03 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 10— Continued 

List of Persons Superannuated during the fiscal year 1922-23 



Fund No. '1' 

Aikens, J 

Arland, W. H 

Ashe, Ed 

Ball, Thos 

Beatty, Alex 

Beddoe, C. H 

Bishop, R. S 

Bray, 8am 

D'Aoust, Omcr 

Desaulniers, D. L 

Duplessis, L. J 

Durston, R 

Eckhardt, W. H. A 

Fletcher, E. H 

Forest, S 

Fraser, A. J 

Fraser, Peter 

Frigon, J. A 

Gisborne, F. H 

•Hayter, F 

Heming, A. E 

Huggan, W. T 

James, T. C 

Kemp, A. E 

Ketchum, F. E 

Ketchum, W. Q 

Kimber, Wm 

Lalande, J. B. A 

Lane, H. B. S 

Lemoine, J. de St. D. . . 

Lynn, Jas 

Lynton, T. C 

Matthewman, E. H 

McGill, A 

MeKenzie, C.J 

McKinnon, M 

McRobie, A. J 

O'Connor, Jas 

O'Donohue, M.J 

O'Neill, H. T 

Rayworth, J. S 

Robidoux, N 

Robinson, L 

Ross, J. W 

Saucier, X. A 

Sweetnam, G. B 

Watt, J. H 



Fund No. '2' 

Coulter, R. M 

Grey, C. L 

•Jessop, W. G 

Johnstone, R. A. A 

Leyden, M 

MacLaughlin, T. J 

McAulay, D 

McLeod.E. 11 

Porter, N 

Rogers, Thos 

Sinclair, Jas 



$ cts. 



941 33 
260 00 
910 00 
818 40 
260 00 
788 33 
958 04 
074 33 
868 00 
656 50 
013 66 
521 33 
764 00 
775 50 
921 60 
890 00 
152 00 
550 00 
200 00 
928 33 
470 00 
973 36 
610 00 
S55 00 
092 00 
050 00 
875 00 
O.'O 00 
960 00 
016 00 
758 4' 

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988 00 

940 00 

827 68 

414 00 

260 00 

256 66 

200 00 

050 00 

,512 00 

998 50 

,099 58 

H'.'O II" 

,346 30 

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,092 00 



78,530 56 



4,200 00 
1,069 20 

737 60 
2,593 50 
1,024 10 
1,470 00 

748 SO 
1,080 00 
1,118 00 

626 40 
1 , 238 75 



15,906 35 



Fund No. '4' 

Retirement Act of 1920 

Abbey, A. B 

Abercrombie, R 

Adamson, W. T 

Alexander, H 

Anderson, R. W. L 

Annand, T. B 

Armstrong, B. B 

Armstrong, F 

Armstrong, N 

Atkinson, W 

Auger, A. L 

Auger, V 

Barbour, J. G 

Barnes, C 

Barton, A 

Battle, K. M 

Beauchesne, J. A 

Beauregard, F. X 

Beckitt, E. W 

Bedard , J 

Belanger, A 

Belanger, L 

Berlinguet, F. X. T 

Bernasconi, G. A 

Bernier, Z. Z 

Blakelv, R. E 

Blois, J 

Bourbonnais, O 

Bourgault, C. E 

Boyd , Jno 

Boyd, W. S 

Braden, E. P 

Brooks, H 

Brousseau, S 

Brown, A 

Brown, A. L 

Brownlow, W 

Buchanan, G 

Burns, Margaret 

Burns, Mary 

Bushen, Jos 

Cadoret, T. B 

Campbell, A. F 

Campbell, D 

Canty, P 

Carey, B. T 

Casselman, L.J 

Chagnon, J. E 

Chambers, S. E 

Chaplin, Thos 

Chevrier, B 

Chinic, C. H 

Clapin, E 

Clarke, H. G 

Cliff, E. P 

Close, C. W 

i lorbeil, L 

Coulter, D.T 

Cournoyer, B 

Coutts, J. J 

( louture, ('has 

Croucher, G. A 

( lullison, L 

Davidson, T 

Deneault, W 

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145 83 
573 75 
233 27 

165 00 
794 62 
468 00 
750 00 
108 49 
216 21 
390 00 
897 72 
621 66 
452 50 
267 06 

431 94 

432 76 
177 50 
393 33 
626 30 
171 20 
533 33 
440 00 

509 44 
882 92 
904 22 
709 49 

S9 75 
316 66 
390 62 

510 00 
647 91 
163 12 

166 94 
316 25 
540 83 

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175 99 
409 50 

409 50 
351 35 
168 06 

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212 63 
828 00 
547 50 
145 00 
265 69 
609 50 
314 44 
630 50 
590 00 
308 00 
540 00 
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980 00 
885 00 
853 38 
570 48 
575 67 

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430 00 
396 00 
607 50 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

List of Persons Superannuated during the fiscal year 1922-23 — Continued 



Brought forward. . . 

Fund Xo. '4' — Continued 

Denechaud , C 

Dery, F. X 

Desmarais, O 

Derochers, Z 

Desrosiers, L. A 

Dixon, P 

Doane, T 

Donaldson, Jno 

Dooley, J.J 

Dorval, G. S 

Doyle, H. E 

Duclos, G 

Duplessis, L 

Earl, R. W 

Edgar, Jno 

Eldridge. C. C 

Element, W. J 

Erratt. W. H 

Ewing, R 

Fairbairn, W.J 

Farrell, J 

Farrer, E. E 

Ferguson, J. N 

Fowler, J. J 

Frenette, L 

Gauvin, J. C 

Gibbons, Jno 

Gillespie. W 

Goudie, J. G 

Graham, Wm 

Grasse, P. L 

Graves, H. W 

Grice, J 

Groves, S 

Gucrard, A. E 

Harding, Jas 

Hayden, M 

Henderson, D 

Hicks, A. M 

Hickson, R. J 

Hill, J. H 

Hill, R.T 

Howden, Jno 

Humphries, T 

Hunt, B.J 

Hunt. R 

Jeffcott, J. E 

Jones, A. E 

Keenan, \V 

Kelly, G. P 

Kewlcv, Thos 

Labelle, J. P 

Leitch, A. B 

Leonard , W 

Lewis, A 

Lindeburgh, A. V 

Long, W. H. A 

Loyer, E 

Mackenzie, A. B 

Mackintosh, C. H 

M:i' Pherson, D 

Madigan, J 

Marchildon, T 

Marshall. R 

Martin, A 

Martin, I. E 

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139 71 
609 43 
,754 16 
444 70 
362 66 

294 15 
244 16 
549 66 
497 00 
862 98 
430 61 
475 00 
700 00 
900 00 
501 50 

295 17 
697 50 
588 63 
535 00 
229 59 
871 82 
241 57 
147 50 
v'o t;- 
200 00 
401 78 
780 00 
243 33 
513 00 
920 00 
579 OS 
653 33 
458 33 
344 13 
537 00 
546 12 
768 75 
907 11 
108 52 
437 50 
155 04 

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914 33 
305 2.". 
861 42 
747 50 
120 11 
302 50 
246 00 
396 00 
756 82 
243 62 
250 00 
714 00 
753 25 
405 17 
574 00 
416 66 

,319 16 
464 53 
255 00 
184 7! 
691 ff 

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72,674 0: 



Brought forward . . . 

Fund Xo. '4' — Continued 

Martin. T. C 

Martincau, M.J 

Matthews. A. M 

Matthews, C. A 

Maynard, J 

Menzies, W 

Might, S. H 

Mitchell. G. H 

Mitchell, W 

Moonev. M 

Morris". A. S 

Mosher, H. H 

Muhlig, G. E 

•Murphy, M 

McCliggott, J 

McCuaig, D 

McDonald, L. D 

McDougall, A 

McEwan, P. H 

MrEwan. R. H 

McGill, Wm 

McGirr, J 

McGonnell, P 

Mclvor, I 

McKenna, P 

McLeod. \V. MiK 

McPhee, Jas 

McPherson, E 

Naubert, B 

Neville, Jas 

Xoonan, M 

O'Brien, J. C 

O'Connor, K. M 

Ogburn, R.J 

Papineau, L. G 

Parker, Thos 

Parrington, Jas 

Pavne, F. F 

Perreault. E. E 

lVrrv. F. C 

Pl.il, lis, C.J 

Phillips, T. H 

Pollock, R 

Provost, G 

Rattey, M. A 

Richard, J. S 

Riendieu, A 

Riley, T.J 

Roberts, J. W. G 

Robertson, H. H 

Robertson, J. J. B 

Robertson. J. R 

Robinson, \V 

Roe, L 

Rowi , W 

Rykart, J. C 

Salkus. A 

Saunders, C. E 

Savard, J. J 

Secretan, J. H 

Simpson. ( i. S. 1) 

Simpson. H. V 

Smith. Jno 

Smith,.!. C 

Smith, J. F 

Smith, W 

Carried forward 



S cts. 
72,674 07 



270 00 
725 00 
238 33 

935 00 
513 50 

360 00 
702 00 
587 50 
205 16 
405 17 
904 22 
150 00 
662 50 

196 08 
262 50 
525 00 
442 72 
154 17 
730 00 
232 92 
560 75 

197 50 
894 41 
313 89 
195 81 
640 00 

198 33 
99 88 

393 06 
370 49 
414 96 
549 67 
815 22 
396 00 
710 00 
652 59 
882 92 

369 44 
774 00 
069 03 
252 00 
175 96 
522 96 
172 24 
029 89 
041 67 

936 00 
622 31 
862 50 
510 00 
882 92 
282 00 
162 .50 
405 17 
476 08 
600 00 
125 33 
12S xs 

361 44 
540 22 
800 00 

370 00 
861 77 
678 00 
401 50 
197 51 



111,072 01 






116 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
List of Persons Superannuated during the fiscal year 1922-23 — Concluded 



Brought forward . . 

Fund No. '4' — Continued 

Snetsinger, J. S 

Snetsinger, R 

Stata, C. S 

Ste. Marie, Jos 

Stevenson, J. H 

Stone, O.J 

Suter, J 

Tatton, G. T 

Tetreault, F. X 

Therrien, A 

Thompson, Ths 

Thompson, T. P 

Tremblay, J. A 

Tremblay, P 

Trepanief , L. A 

Tyman, J 

Valpy, J T 

Verret, H. B 

Wallace, T. F 

Walsh, W 

Carried forward. . , 



$ cts. 
111,072 64 



460 87 
660 21 
119 86 
882 92 
285 33 
180 00 
145 83 
621 66 
374 00 
324 13 
270 44 
1,199 33 
1,146 51 
453 15 
908 56 
433 00 
199 30 
1,800 00 
247 92 
750 00 



122,535 



Brought forward.... 

Fund No. '4' — Concluded 

Waterbury, D. H 

Webster, C. E 

Whalen, W.H 

Whare, A 

Wheatley, G. H 

White, G. A 

Whitty, M.J 

Williams, J. T. C 

Wright, E 

Yeomans, Thos 



StTMMARY 

Superannuation Fund No. 1 
Superannuation Fund No. 2 
Superannuation Fund No. 4 



$ cts. 
122,535 66 



1,303 33 
374 50 
398 87 
275 33 

1,125 00 
879 30 
535 00 
988 00 
481 51 
250 98 



129,147 4S 



78,530 56 

15,906 35 

129,147 48 



223,584 39 



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Appendix No. 10 — Concluded 
Superannuated Persons who died during the fiscal year 1922-23 



Fund No. T 

Adams, Ed 

Aumond, W. H 

Baker, Thos 

Bartlett, J. H 

Bonnick, \V 

Boyle, P 

Cairns, T. A 

Caouette, J. B 

Chapleau, J. R. E 

Dancause, Geo 

Davis, T. G 

De Rostang, A 

Des Rivieres, E. McG 

Dobbin, W. L 

Fawcett, G. H 

Fowler, Geo 

Freeze, R. J 

Hayter, Fred'k 

Hurley, Robt 

Hyslop, S 

Jarvis, E. F 

Judd, Chas 

Laframboise, L 

Lawson, Thos 

Leggett. J. E 

LeMoine, J. de St.-D 

Long, Geo 

Lynch, W 

MacdoneU, H. P 

Millier, E 

Murphy, Jno 

McVarish, Jos 

Newsome, W, A 

Nicholson, V. C 

Papineau, L 

Pelletier, Jos 

Peters, J. G 

Plouffe, F. X 

Plumb, Chas 

Saulter, Jos 

Shaw, A 

Thomas, Robt 

Tremblay, W. O 

Whitteker, W. C 

Wilson, R. T 



Fund No. 2 

Foster, Hy 

Martin, C. W 

McAulay, D 



cts 



,609 96 

,321 25 
364 00 
624 00 
.040 28 
629 62 
,750 00 
,680 00 
,508 33 
286 20 
.977 11 
830 66 
672 29 
,030 1 
,470 00 
,925 00 
,200 00 
,928 33 
413 35 
294 00 
,033 33 
,032 50 
,243 89 
600 44 
560 00 
,016 00 
240 00 
464 00 
1 85 
770 00 
595 20 
765 00 

,120 00 
47 16 

,046 11 
322 00 

250 00 
,977 10 

672 00 
,221 33 

900 00 

220 00 
,750 00 

469 50 



50,128 19 



720 00 
1,208 70 

748 SO 



2,677 50 



Fund No. 3 

Lizotte, F. O 

Maloney, L 

OConnell, M 



Fund No. 4 

Alexander, H 

Bouchard, Jos 

Boyd, W. S 

Chagnon, C. P 

Deschamps, F. R 

Doane, Thos 

Dwycr, D. T 

Greer, Wm : 

Hillyard, R. W 

Keenan, Wm 

Knapp, Hy 

Lamb, J. B 

Lawson, Luke 

Macdonell, P 

MacRac, D.J 

Milne, W 

Murphy, M 

McDonald, D. K 

McGough, H.J 

McKenna, P 

McMullan, Jno 

Nisbet, Jno 

Norton, L. L 

O'Hara, M 

Robert, G.I 

Rochon, C 

Saunders, W 

Saville, T. G 

Shambleau, A 

Sims, H. F 

Smith, W 

Smythe, T. T 

Somers, Jno 

Stevenson, S 

Surprenant , W 

Wood, Geo 

Total 



IART 

Superannuation Fund No. 1 
Superannuation Fund No. 2 
Superannuation Fund No. 3 
Superannuation Fund No. 4 



cts. 



677 99 
683 59 

500 56 



1,862 14 



233 27 
,390 00 
773 33 
373 50 
547 oo 
362 66 
506 67 
391 50 
523 55 
120 11 
233 34 
,050 00 
431 37 
800 00 
183 33 
433 33 
196 08 
247 50 
729 67 
195 SI 
216 67 
932 78 
435 87 
471 85 
270 61 
182 50 
904 44 
381 55 
294 72 
470 00 
182 64 
388 31 
122 4S 
316 67 
289 94 
300 00 



16,183 60 



50,128 19 
2,677 50 
1,862 14 

16, 183 60 

70,851 43 



118 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 

PUBLIC WORKS— Chargeable to Income 



S cts. 



$ cts. 



S cts. 



CONSTRUCTION; MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS, ETC . 



Public Buldings 

Nova Scotia — 

Amherst— Drill hall, grading, etc. . 

Baddeek Public Building — Alterations to Post Office 

fittings 

Canso — Public Building — Improvements to heating 

Halifax— Post Office? — Exchequer Court Award 

Halifax— Quarantine Station — Repairs and improvements 

North Sydney— Naval Air Station— To pay for property 

expropriated 



New Brunswick — 

Chatham, Middle Island Quarantine Station — New 

building 

St. John— Quarantine Station , Partridge Island— Repairs 

and improvements 

St. John — Savings Bank Building — Improvements to 

heating 

Sussex — Public Building— Improvements 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Repairs and improvements 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Improvements to heating 



Prince Edward Island — 

Charlottetown— Repairs to quarantine station at Kep- 
poch 



Maritime Provinces Generally — 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, repairs, etc. 

Quebec — 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, repairs, etc 
Gross Isle Quarantine Station— Repairs 
Montreal — Ordnance Stores Building— Improvements 
Quebec — Immigration Building— Alterations and im- 
provements 

Quebec — Purchase of Amyot property 

Terrebonne 

Ontario — 

Belleville — Government's share of cost of local improve- 
ments 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, repairs, etc. 

Hamilton Post Office— Repairs 

Kingston R.M.C.— Covered drill hall, grading, etc.. 

Ottawa— Departmental Buildings— Fittings, etc 

Ottawa— Drill Hall— Repairs to roof 

Ottawa — Printing Bureau— Improvements 

Ottawa— Printing Bureau— Remodelling of electric wiring 

Ottawa — Rideau Hall— Alterations and improvements 

Ottawa— Towards purchase of Daly Building 

Port Hope — Public Building— Improvements to lighting 

Prescott— Public Building— Alterations 

Sault Ste. Marie — Post Office — Improvements to heating 

Sudbury — Public Building — Improvements 

Toronto — Postal Statior. "A '—To complete 

Manitoba — 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, repairs, etc 
Winnipeg — Customs Examining Warehouse — alterations 

mi beating equipment 

Winnipeg— Post Office— Alterations 



5,056 35 

957 27 

1,115 12 

4,000 00 

14,536 64 

11,183 00 



675 00 

34,905 32 

927 21 
9 20 

3,665 72 
1,771 05 



79,973 67 

8,520 92 

42,765 40 

2,900 00 
12,452 25 
15,579 



5,276 80 

110,129 43 

2,000 00 

3,028 79 

45,526 10 
1,060 S5 
5,078 10 
7,692 94 

14,006 04 
154,000 00 
1,381 6: 
3,895 78 
2,496 51 
5,990 82 

37.324 79 



19,113 27 

3,794 69 
3,555 50 



36,848 38 



41,953 50 

1,391 3 

37,356 47 



162,191 51 



398,888 57 



26,463 46 



Carried forward 



705,093 26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income- — Continued 



119 



cts 



•5 



cts 



Ct9. 



Brought forward 

Construction, M uvtenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 

Public Buildings — Con. 

Saskatchewan — 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 
Maple Greek — Public Building — Improvements to heat- 

ing 

Moosejaw — Public Building — Improvements 



15,190 97 



1 

7,849 20 



Alberta — 

Calgary — Customs Examining Warehouse — Alterations 
drainage and pavement 

Calgary — Post Office (Lancaster Bldg.) — Fittings, etc. 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements, repairs, etc 

Edmonton — Public Building — Alterations for Post Office 
accommodation 

Grande Prairie — Enlargement of public building for tele- 
graph office 



British Columbia — 

Bamfield — Public building 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 

Nanaimo — Public Building — Government's share of cost 
of local improvements 

Point Grey— Taxes for 1920 on Shaughnessy and Fair- 
mont Hospital properties 

Vancouver — Post Office — Fittings, electric wiring and 
elevator 

Vancouver — R.M.C. Police Barracks at Fairmont — 
Improvements 

Victoria — Post Office — Improvements 

Victoria— Old Post Office— Taxes due City for 1921 . . 

William Head Quarantine Station — Repairs and im 
provements to existing buildings, fittings, etc. 

Generally — 

Armories — Fittings and alterations 

Dominion Public Buildings — Generally 

Experimental Farms — New Buildings and improvements 
— Renewals and repairs, etc. in connection with exist- 
ing buildings, fittings, etc 

Flags for Dominion Public Buildings 

Military Hospitals — Repairs and improvements 



Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. 

Ottawa — Public Buildings — 

Dominion Observatory and Geodetic Survey Building — 
Repairs, maintenance of grounds, etc 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Water . 

Elevator attendants 

Lighting, including roads and bridges 

Heating, including salaries of engineers, firemen and 
watchmen 

Departments generally — Char service, including $100 to 
E. Snowdon for firing noon gun 

Repairs, furniture, grounds, street cleaning and main 
tenance 

Rideau Hall (including grounds) — Improvements, fur- 
niture, maintenance, etc. 

Rideau Hall — Allowance for fuel and light 

Telephone service 



9,013 63 

2.S44 90 

15,455 32 

7,121 85 

76 78 



574 97 
35,000 26 

2,344 07 

1,815 86 

5,665 75 

3,608 
2,263 40 
1,019 77 

3,865 20 



30,281 20 
29,998 17 



88,613 70 

2,799 40 

48,118 85 



3,480 73 
34,495 33 
70,000 00 
73,070 44 

385,000 00 

365,718 60 

593,052 92 

58,149 63 
19,000 00 
90,735 97 



705,093 26 



23,041 25 



34,512 48 



56,158 03 



199,811 32 



1,692,703 62 



Carried forward. 



2,711,319 96 



120 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income— Continued 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 
Public Buildings — Con. 
Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. — Con. 

Dominion Public Buildings — 

Dominion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, furniture, 

etc 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — Maintenance 

Fittings and general supplies and furniture 

Heating 

Lighting. • 

Power for running elevators, stamp cancelling machines, 

etc 

Rents 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc. 

Supplies for caretakers, etc 

Water 

Yukon Public Buildings — Rents, repairs, fuel, light, 

water service, and caretakers' salaries 

Victoria, B.C. — A strophysical Observatory (Little Sa:i- 

nieh Mountain) — Maintenance, repairs, etc 



Total Public Buildings. 



Harbours and Rivers 
Xoid Scotia — 

Abercrombie Point — Repairs to wharf 

Baddeck — Repairs to wharf 

Bailey's Brook — Rebuilding west pier 

Bakers Point — Wharf reconstruction 

Barrington Cove (Sydney Mines)— Repairs to wharf. 

Barrington Passage — Completion of wharf 

Basswood Beach — Extension of protection work 

Bayfield — Repairs to wharf 

Big Bras d'Or — Repairs to wharf 

Blue Rock — Repairs to breakwater 

Broad Cove — Repairs to breakwater 

Brooklyn — Repairs to wharf 

Canso — Wharf 

Castle Bay — Repairs to wharf... 

( Ihapel < love (West I.'Ardoise) — Breakwater extension 

Chegoggin — Renewal and extension of breakwater.. 

Cheverie — Repairs to wharf. 

Chimney Corner- -Completion of wharf 

Chris Cove— Completion of breakwater 

Church Point— Repairs to retaining wall and rebuilding 

sluice gates ■ 

Comeauville — Breakwater extension 

Cow Bay (Port Morien) — Repairs to breakwater 

Cribbin's Point — Repairs and reconstruction of wharf. . 

Culloden — Repairs to breakwater 

Devil's Island — Breakwater repairs and extension 

Digby — Extension to wharf and dredging 

Digby— Repairs to pier 

Dublin Shore — Breakwater repairs 

East End (Cripple Creek)— Improvements to protection 

walla 

East Port Medway — Repairs to wharf 

Carried forward 



711,319 9fi 



18.006 S9 
2,318 80 

110,4V, Is 
399,100 18 
194, 90S S4 

60,787 34 

,249,642 6 

774,116 30 

39,9(ix 43 

59,991 91 

40,019 43 

1,014 31 



2,717 7l 


3,698 92 




2,211 4.5 


3,611 73 


2,765 67 


3,264 38 


30 25 


614 31 


1,130 93 


3,490 34 


999 9S 


2,701 07 


1,300 09 


8,820 75 


6,432 58 


1,301 54 


1,193 05 


154 24 


2,629 28 


5,986 23 


4, 040 62 


3,116 64 


770 28 


55 54 


22,693 17 


4,566 95 


2,213 20 


1,498 86 


1,229 77 


104,278 03 



2,950,360 2S 



5,661,680 24 






5,661,680 24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



121 



cts. 



Ct3. 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, Etc. — Con. 
Harbours and Rivers — Continued 
Nova Scotia — Continued. 



Fox Island — Repairs to protection works 

Friar's Head — Breakwater extension and repairs 

Grand Etang — Repairs to harbour works 

Grand Narrows — Repairs to wharf 

Halifax Harbour — Lawlor's Island — Repairs to Quaran- 
tine wharf 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Harbourview (Seaside) — Repairs to wharf ■ 

Inverness — Repairs to pier 

Isaac's Harbour — Repairs to wharf 

Joggins — Repairs to breakwater 

Kelly's Cove — Breakwater repairs and improvements. . 

Little Anse — Repairs to breakwater 

Little Bras d'Or — Repairs to breakwater 

Little River — Breakwater repairs and improvements. . . 

Livingstone's Cove — Repairs to wharf 

Lockport — Wharf 

Lower Argyle — Repairs to wharf 

Maitland — Repairs to wharf 

Malagash — Repairs to wharf 

Margaree Harbour — Repairs to breakwaters 

Margaretville — Repairs to breakwater 

McKay's Point (Judique) — Repairs to wharf 

McNair'a Cove — Repairs to breakwater 

Melford — Repairs to wharf 

Mill Creek — Wharf extension 

Necum Teuch (Muser's River; — Wharf repairs and 
extension 

New Glasgow — Repairs to wharf 

Newellton — Repairs to wharf 

North Sydney — Repairs to breakwater 

Pembroke — Repairs to wharf approach 

Port Dufferin East — Repairs to wharf 

Port Hawkesbury — Repairs to wharf 

Port Hood — Repairs to wharf 

Port Maitland — Breakwater repairs and renewals 

Port Mouton — Repairs to wharf and pier and extension 
of pier 

River Hebert — Repairs to wharf 

Riverport — Revetment wall for dredged spoil 

Salmon River — Wharf reconstruction 

Sandy Cove — Breakwater repairs and renewals 

Seaforth — Rebuilding part of breakwater 

Shelburne — Repairs to wharf 

Ship Harbour East — Repairs to wharf 

South Bar Beach, Sydney — Repairs to protection works 

South Cove — Repairs to wharf 

Sydney (Whitney Pier) — Repairs to pier 

Tangier — Repairs to wharf 

Terrcnce Bay — Repairs to wharf 

West Head — Repairs to breakwater 

Westport — Repairs to wharf 

Whycocomagh — Repairs to wharf 

Yarmouth Bar — Repairs and improvements 



104,278 03 



2,400 00 
1,048 95 
4,673 31 
3,646 25 

2,399 43 

52, 746 38 
2,973 77 
9,663 36 
1,999 64 
1,197 2S 

3. 000 00 
2, 143 53 
1,273 28 
1,777 95 

899 58 
4,244 87 

790 43 
2,823 38 

692 31 
26,044 17 
4,107 12 
2,899 70 
1,731 44 
4,953 22 
2,903 11 

4, 326 74 
3,012 11 

1.498 38 
6,715 29 
1,320 57 
2,417 85 
1,046 66 
2, 788 48 

7.499 52 

2,330 71 

1,499 74 

11.9S9 33 

855 40 
1,711 07 
1,554 50 
4.4S0 26 

999 72 
2,004 25 
1,102 48 
2,995 77 

800 17 

1.001 95 
998 04 
685 00 

4,672 29 
3,987 51 



5,661,680 24 



321,604 28 



Carried forward. 



321,604 2S 



5,661,680 24 



122 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 





$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 






321,604 2S 

27,087 38 
45,842 50 


5,661,680 24 


Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Continued 
Harbours and Rivers — Continued 
Prince Edtcard Island — 


3,297 72 
1,365 72 
1,038 20 

2,953 97 
3,830 42 

3,060 71 

1,573 56 

1.209 60 

4,647 68 

658 20 

999 50 

1,114 27 

362 50 

975 33 












Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 








Miminigash Harbour — Breakwater repairs and improve- 








Panmure Is land — Repairs to wharf 




















Wood Islands — Repairs to breakwater 




New Brunswick — 


7,565 16 
539 53 

1,932 86 
7 00 

1,709 28 

2,641 37 
186 98 
851 34 

13,036 05 

614 60 

1,092 86 

1,680 38 

6,774 15 

1,179 51 

788 07 

2,371 26 

1,941 17 

930 93 
































Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 












Oak Point (Northumberland) — Repairs to wharf 




























Quebec — 

Anse a Beaufils — Breakwater repairs and reconstruction 


5,926 98 
23,117 71 
1,509 12 
1,857 22 
2,712 88 
875 00 
128 52 
2,947 91 
5, 106 74 
3,101 75 
1,228 41 
1,350 84 
1,000 00 
1,983 53 
1,477 60 
6.99S 65 
1.663 13 
1,210 85 
5,009 17 
2,252 32 
400 00 












Barachois de Malbaie — Breakwater repairs and extension 
























Cap Chat — Reconstruction of outer end of training jetty 










































71,858 33 


394,534 16 


5,661,6S0 24 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



123 



s 



cts. 



Ct3 



and 



B rough t forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 
Harbours and Rivers — Continued 

Quebec — Continued 

Fox River — Repairs to wharf 

Gaspe — Wharf repairs and reconstruction 

Georgeville — Repairs to wharf 

Grand River — Wharf extension 

Grindstone, Magdalen Islands — Protection work. . . . 

Grondines — Wharf 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — Wharf extension 
repairs 

Grosse Roche — Repairs to wharf 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Iberville — Repairs to wharf 

He aux Grues — Repairs to wharf 

La Malbaie — Wharf 

Lavaltrie — Reconstruction of wharf and approach 

Les Eboulements — Repairs to wharf 

L'Islet — Repairs to wharf 

Lotbiniere — Repairs to wharf 

Matane — Harbour improvements 

Matane — Repairs to wharf and breakwaters 

Mille Vaches — Wharf repairs 

New Carlisle — Repairs to wharf 

Newport — Reconstruction of jetties 

New Richmond — Repairs to wharf 

Nicolet — Repairs to wharf 

Norway Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs (Isle Verte) — Comple- 
tion of western wharf 

Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs — Improvements to wharf 
approach 

Papineau ville — Repairs to wharf 

Peribonka — Repairs to wharf 

Petit Saguenay — Wharf repairs 

Piche Point — Repairs to wharf 

Pointe a Klie — Magdalen Islands — Wharf improvements 
and extension 

Pointe au Pic — Wharf improvements 

Pointe aux Trembles — Repairs to wharf 

Pointe Cavagnole — Wharf reconstruction 

Poltimore — To replace present landing 

Port Daniel — Repairs to wharf 

Repentigny — Wharf improvements 

Rimouski — Wharf repairs and improvements. . 

Riviere Blanche — Repairs to wharf 

Riviere du Lievre — Lock and dam — Reconstruction of 
protection walls 

Roberval — Repairs to wharf 

Ruisseau a la Loutre — Removal of boulders 

Point Shea — Amherst — Magdalen Islands — Repairs to 
pier 

Ste Anne de Beaupre — Repairs to wharf 

Ste Anne de Chicoutimi- Repairs to wharf. . . 

Ste. Anne des Monts — Repairs to wharf and training pier 

St. Alexis — Repairs to wharf 

St. Alphonse de Bagotville — Repairs to wharf 

St. Anicet — Repairs to wharf 

St. Antoine, River Richelieu — Enlargement of wharf 
approach 

Ste. Antoine station — Repairs to wharf. . . 

St. Antoine de Tilly — Wharf reconstruction 



71 , 858 33 



2,162 19 
22,620 65 
1,030 79 
2,856 72 
3,609 32 
2,074 51 

5,796 55 
1,147 93 

68,074 56 
1,119 15 
1,066 82 
5,993 40 
2,796 17 
1,107 87 
1,467 20 
2,206 18 

11,422 79 
5,284 98 
2,769 81 
999 93 
3,029 87 
4,350 62 
818 84 
1,397 32 

6,059 22 

795 03 

1,787 29 

830 68 

3,038 74 

2,810 21 

10,593 59 
1,950 41 
8,519 74 
4,117 75 
2,999 69 
4,364 54 
2,304 88 

13,303 69 
2,506 50 

1,170 95 

3,583 19 

799 69 

6,005 90 

II, 796 51 
4,399 05 
8,791 72 
3,349 11 
3,587 99 
1,996 73 

1,614 31 
1,819 38 
5,154 69 



394,534 16 



5,661,680 24 



Carried forward. 



342,113 68 



394,534 16 5,661,680 2 



124 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 

Harbours and Rivers — Continued 

Quebec — Concluded 

Ste. Famille — Repairs to wharf 

St. Fulgence — Repairs to wharf 

St. Georges de Malbaie — Repairs to breakwater 

St. Irenee — Repairs to wharf 

St. Jean des Chaillons — Repairs to wharf approach. 

St. Jean d'Orleans — Repairs to wharf 

St. LaureDt d'Orleans — Repairs to wharf 

St. Michel de Bellechasse — Repairs to wharf 

St. Omer — Wharf reconstruction 

St. Roch de Richelieu — Repairs to wharf 

St. Simeon — Repairs to wharf 

St. Zotique — Repairs to wharf 

St. Zotique — Reconstruction of ice breakers 

Seven Islands — Repairs to wharf 

Sorel — Repairs to wharf 

Tadoussac (Anse a l'eau) — Repairs to wharf 

Trois Pistoles — Repairs to wharfs 

Trois Rivieres — Repairs to wharf 

Trois Rivieres — Repairs to Coal Dock 

Vaudreuil — Wharf reconstruction 

Verdun — Wharf improvements 

Ville Marie — Repairs to wharf 



Ontario — 

Arnprior — Repairs to wharf 

AultsviUe — Wharf reconstruction 

Bayfield — Repairs to piers 

Beaumaris — Repairs to wharf 

Blanche River — Improvements to navigation 

Brighton — Wharf repairs 

Burleigh Falls — Repairs to piers 

Cobourg — Reconstruction of breakwater 

Collingwood — Breakwater reconstruction 

Depot Harbour — Repairs to coal dock 

Goderich — Repairs to docks 

Haileybury — Repairs to wharfs 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Kincardine — Repairs to piers 

Kingston — Repairs to dry dock 

Kingston Harbour — Riprapping of causeway 

Kingston R.M.C. Grounds — Bank protection and repairs 
to boathouses and wharfs 

Kingsville — Repairs and renewals to piers 

Leamington — Repairs to pier 

L'( Irignal — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Little ( 'urrent — Dredging 

Meaford — Repairs to pier 

M idland— Repairs to wharf 

M illhaven — Wharf 

Mitchell's Bay Revetment Wall 

North Bay — Reconstruction of wharf 

i >akvil!e Repairs to piers 

Owen Sound — Wharf reconstruction 

Parry Sound — Wharf improvements 

Pelee Island — Repairs to piers. . 

Pembroke — Repairs and wharf replacement 

Penetanguishene — Repairs to wharf. 

Port Bruce — Harbour repairs and improvements. . 



342,113 



317 26 
nut v. 
471 92 
213 07 
781 10 
008 50 
252 67 
674 66 
166 51 
604 56 
111 49 
937 74 
4*4 70 
824 43 
298 05 
526 21 
358 40 
052 96 
390 SO 
655 39 
274 5:' 
397 10 



1,045 44 

2,415 28 

4,359 71 

3,816 60 

3,084 43 

946 38 

1,699 66 

17,386 65 

34,622 55 

942 01 

8,694 56 

5,990 89 

28,173 49 
5,431 23 
1,157 63 

2.S70 25 

2,417 or, 
5,504 94 
2,004 59 

12,013 61 
1,45s 32 
5,289 26 
2,999 22 
2,106 64 
2,656 33 

19,878 0- 
2,513 OS 

35,435 7.", 

14,661 38 

997 '.'7 

196 46 

920 21 

5,012 14 



394,534 16 



5,661,680 24 



454,920 60 



Carried forward . 



238.701 74 849,454 76 5,661,680 24 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 125 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 
Harbours and Rivers — Continued 



Ontario — Concluded 

Port Burwell — Repairs to harbour works 

Port Colborne — Repairs to breakwaters 

Port Dover — Repairs to piers 

Port Elgin — Alterations to breakwater 

Port Stanley — Repairs to harbour works 

Providence Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Rondeau — Harbour repairs and improvements. 

Rosseau — Wharf reconstruction 

Saugeen River — Repairs to harbour works 

Sheguiandah — Wharf reconstruction 

Silver Centre — Wharf reconstruction 

Silverwater — Repairs to wharf 

Southampton — Repairs to breakwater 

Wheatly — Repairs to pier 

Whitby — Reconstruction of piers 

Wiarton — Repairs to breakwater pier 



Manitoba — 

Delta — Completion of protection work 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Red River — Repairs to channel protection work 

Selkirk — Repairs to wharf 



Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 



British Columbia — 

Carr's Landing — Wharf renewal 

Davis Bay — Wharf 

Eagle Bay — Wanlock, Shuswap Lakes — Wharf 

East Arrow Park — Wharf repairs and improvements.. 

Fanny Bay — Wharf 

Fraser River — Improvements . 

Fraser River — Repairs to protection works at Annieville 

Bar 

Fraser River (Lower) — Operation of Snag Boat 

Galena Bay — Wharf 

Gowland Harbour — Float. 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Kaslo — Repairs to wharf 

Kuper Island — Repairs to wharf 

Musgrove's — Wharf repairs 

Osland Park — Float and approach 

Port Moody — Repairs to wharf approach 

Port Renfrew Wharf reconstruction 

Quatsino — Wharf repairs 

nueen Charlotte City — Repairs to wharf 

Queen's Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Renata — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Salmon Arm (Shuswap)— Repairs to wharf 

Say ward Salmon River) — Wharf repairs 

Skidegate — Repairs to wharf 

Sorrento — Repairs to wharf and breakwater 

Stewart — Wharf extension and repairs 



238,701 74 



25,182 41 

33,149 49 

2,500 50 

5,940 00 

9,867 50 

2,091 68 

9,916 36 

975 24 

5,367 14 

6,037 49 

2,420 36 

1,418 52 

4,000 10 

1,849 28 

21,452 34 

709 24 



1,127 36 

8,557 16 
4,037 20 
3,474 65 



3,246 67 


5,379 73 


3,138 01 


1,083 86 


13 18 


36,667 27 


6,542 25 


23,473 37 


2,796 86 


1,486 73 


59,385 99 


1 , 180 45 


3,955 45 


3,395 23 


4.010 81 


1,145 4C 


35 00 


6,106 96 


3,633 19 


1,308 64 


469 66 


4,334 81 


1,189 05 


1,105 37 


1,067 88 


4,456 91 



849,454 76 



5,661,680 24 



371,579 39 



17,196 37 



459 65 



Carried forward 



180,608 73 1,238,690 17 5,661,680 24 



126 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con. 
Harbours and Rivers — Concluded 



British Columbia — Concluded 

Studies Bay — Galiano Island — Repairs to wharf.. 

Tatchi River — improvements 

Torino — Repairs to wharf 

Ucluelet — Wharf replacement (west side) 

Union Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Van Anda — Wharf reconstruction 

Vancouver — Stanley Park — Foreshore Protection. 

Westbank — Wharf extension and repairs 

White Rock — Repairs to wharf 



Yukon Territory — 

Stewart River — Improvements. 

Generally — 

Harbour and Rivers Generally. 



Total Harbours and Rivers 



Dredging 

Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
British Columbia 



Roads and Bridges 

Burlington Channel — To complete New Bridge 

Calumet — Bryson Bridge — Reconstruction 

Dominion Roads and Bridges Generally 

Edmonton — Repairs to Bridge 

International Bridge across St. John River at St. Leonards. 
X.B.— Repairs— State of Maine, U.S.A., to contribute 
like amount 

Intel-provincial Bridge over Restigouche River at MatapeJia 
— Repairs 

Interprovincial Bridge over Ottawa River between Hawkes- 
bury and Grenville — To pay Galbraith & Cote, Limited, 
Interest at 6' ; on security deposit in connection with their 
tender 

Netley Cut, Man.— Repairs to bridge 

Ottawa — Maintenance and repairs of bridges and approaches 

Portage du Fort— Bridge repairs 

Red River, Man.— Repairs to river bank and road at St 
Andrews 



Telegraph and Telephone uses 

Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Battleford — Isle La Crosse Telegraph Line — Construe 

t ion of loop line to La Plonge 

Battleford — Isle La Crosse Telegraph Line — Completion 

of pole renewals 

Peace River Line — Repairs to office and dwelling at 

Peace River 

Telegraph Lines Generally — 

Repairs to office buildings 



cts. 



< larried forward. 



180.60S 73 



1,429 48 
3,208 60 

556 71 
2,769 77 
1,710 80 
4,531 63 
9.991 51 
2,285 40 
2,096 55 



1,492 60 

l.ss.1 20 

851 95 

2.298 29 



cts. 



1,238.690 11 



209,189 15 
2,568 10 

24,029 76 



496, 48S 20 
438,662 32 
100,907 7 
257.271 6 



762 69 

.161 ; 4> 

644 54 

438 73 



477 40 
645 03 



180 16 
020 44 
251 13 

852 30 

78 20 



U..12.S HI 



Ct3. 



5,661 680 24 



1,474,477 18 



1,293.329 96 






74,917 10 



6,528 04| 8, 504, 404 4^ 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Concluded 



127 



cts. 



CtS. 



Brought forward 

Constriction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. — Con 
Telegraph and Telephone Lines — Concluded 

British Columbia — 

Blind Bay to Eagle Bay — Shuswap Lakes 

Canal Flats to Wasa 

Edge%vood to Sand Creek, Fire Valley Road 

Extension, Lumby to Sugar Lake — To Complete 

Mainland Telegraph and Telephone Lines — 

General repairs and improvements 

Mount Olie to Chu Chua, North Thompson 

Skeena District — Telephone line from Clinton to Gang 
Ranch — To complete 

Slocan City south to Hartley's Ranch 

Squilax to Sorrento 

Telephone exchange and line extensions at Vanderhoof 

Telephone line, Houston to Ootsa Lake, Francois Lake 
and Burn's Lake 

Telephone line from Squamish to Checkamous House 
and Mons — To Complete 

Telephone Service on Pender Island and Mayne Island — 
General repairs and improvements 

Vancouver Island District — General repairs and im- 
provements 

Vancouver Island District — Purchase of Motor launch 

Miscellaneous 

Accounts Branch — Salaries of agents and clerks, travelling 
and contingent expenses of Outside Service 

Architectural Branch — Salaries of architects, clerks of works 
inspectors, draughtsmen, clerks and messengers of Out- 
side Service 

Engineering Branch — Salaries of engineers, inspectors, super- 
intendents, draughtsmen, clerks and messengers of Out 
side service 

Esquimalt Graving Dock — Travelling crane 

Compensation to J. D. Niblock for injuries sustained while 
employed on Public Building at Weyburn, Sask 

For operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

Maintenance and operation of water storage dams on The 
Ottawa River and tributaries, surveys in connection 
therewith and settlement of land damages 

Towards completing Monument to the memory of the late 
Hon. Thos. D'Arcy McGee 

National Gallery of Canada 

Ottawa Parliament Building — Tablet to the Memory of the 
late Bowman B. Law, who lost his life in the fire which 
destroyed the old Parliament Building 

River gauging and Metering 

Surveys and inspections 



Si hsidies to Dry Docks (Lnder Statute) 



Collingwood Dry Dock No. 1 

Collingwood Dry Dock, No. 2 

Montreal Moating Dock 

Port Arthur Dry Dock 

Prince Rupert Floating Dock 

Halifax G raving Dock 

St. John Dry Dock (Courtenay Bay ) 



Total Public Works Chargeable to Income. . 



3,364 23 
3.981 85 
2,066 78 
1,410 42 

22.735 2S 
748 4:' 

999 01 

506 23 

1,131 OS 

974 20 

329 51 
499 34 

1,114 36 

3,809 36 

v-,11 ni 



6,528 04 



S, 504,404 4S 



44.520 07 



21,179 34 



v;..-.v-. m 



492.358 57 
38,097 52 

500 00 
11.347 03 



39,398 18 

1.900 00 
49.998 00 



87 40 

45.756 35 

103,211 63 



15,000 00 

9,208 96 

210,000 00 

:;:.74i 50 

•II 7i. 

15 41 

109,656 99 



51.04S 11 



887,423 01 



535,564 62 



9,978,440 22 



128 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 11 — Concluded 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Collection of Revenue 





t cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Sundry Works — 


3,892 94 
98.0.56 06 
53,791 26 


1.55,740 26 
912,595 44 
















Telegraph and Telephone Lines — 


238,327 80 
71,401 6.5 
107,824 72 
103,527 42 
129,280 31 
255,564 57 
6,668 97 






























1,068 335 70 









PUBLIC ACCOUXTS 



129 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Appendix No. 12 



Details of Expenditure of the Department of Militia and Defence on 
account of Adjustment of War Claims for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1923 



S cts. 



cts. 



Stores and Equipment — 

Furniture, bedding, utensils, etc., and repairs to equip- 
ment received from overseas 



Miscellaneous — 

Pay and allowances, including subsistence, rations and 

assigned pay 

Separation allowances 

War Service gratuities 

Engineer services and works 

Medical and dental services 

Travelling and transport (ocean) 

Travelling and transport (land) 

Pay of civil employees 

Rent, water, fuel and light 

Telegrams, telephones (including rentals), cablegrams 

and postage 

Printing and Stationery 

Funeral expenses 

Laundry, Manitoba Military Hospital 

Conservancy and contingencies 

Grants to N.P. active militia on re-organization 

War trophies 

Compensation for damages to property, etc 

Advertising 

War medals 

Soldiers' dependents — transportation 

Canadian War Graves 

Difference in exchange and redemption of British money. 
Recoverable accounts 



Canadian Battlefields Memorials. 



124,349 47 

91,945 55 

289,360 17 

10,550 63 

5,290 03 

,493,830 77 

182,924 19 

376,114 25 

17,771 83 

34,640 24 

8,088 04 

360 85 

2,499 02 

3,382 99 

4,095 00 

855 93 

11,499 17 

345 70 

475,325 06 

2,562 06 

16, 767 83 

10, 198 18 

8,545 86 



102,142 19 



4,171,302 82 
180, 736 39 



4,454,181 40 



2—9 



130 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix 

Statement of the Customs and Excise Revenue of Canada for the year 

PROVINCE OF 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Customs 
Duties 


Excise 
Taxes 

1 


Excise 
Duties 

2 


Sundry 
Collections 

3 


Total 

Receipts, 

Including 

Columns Nos. 

1,2 and 3 


Total 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

38,847 39 
6,052 36 
4,937 72 
468 68 
1,389 77 
1,287 29 
S.792 97 

16,071 41 
2,545 92 

36, 159 67 
3,725,929 21 

32,640 57 

3,499 44 

501 32 

10,646 36 
2,161 57 

49,457 70 

29,358 64 
2,421 25 
7, 190 12 
2,043 31 
1,550 75 
2,068 64 

109,283 21 

93,987 79 
2,720 78 

24,282 27 

57,362 07 


$ cts. 

105,718 10 

14, 160 39 

5,786 67 

492 26 

1,046 35 

1.092 84 

15,524 30 

7,315 48 

3,288 15 

21,879 31 

914,924 02 

61,484 99 

6,397 49 

515 72 

14,391 57 

4, 150 42 

118,110 14 

25,141 01 

2,358 32 

19, 680 96 

869 18 

1,233 25 

3,130 51 

264,829 43 

155,231 64 

2,723 79 

52,154 12 

142,238 54 


S cts. 

39 50 
2 00 


$ cts. 
88 03 


$ cts. 

144, 693 02 

20,214 75 

10,724 39 

960 94 

2,454 87 

2,380 13 

24,317 27 

24,522 64 

5,836 07 

58,040 80 

4,723,440 91 

94,276 81 

10,115 40 

1,017 04 

26,031 99 

6,311 99 

169,577 84 

55,470 84 

4,779 57 

27,271 OS 

2,912 49 

3,095 00 

5, 199 85 

375, 200 53 

250, 136 43 

5,848 72 

76,536 39 

202,822 84 


S cts. 
144,693 02 


48 




20,215 23 








10,724 39 


25 








961 19 




30 




18 75 


2,454 57 






2,380 13 










24,317 27 








1,135 75 


24,522 64 




10 


2 00 


5,835 97 




1 82 

14,790 74 

151 25 

216 47 


58,0.0 80 




02 


67,796 94 


4,723,440 89 


1 00 


94,277 81 






2 00 


10,115 40 




92 
5 33 


1,016 12 






994 06 


26,026 66 






6,311 99 








2,010 00 
969 19 


169,577 84 






2 00 


55,470 84 




71 40 


4,708 17 






400 00 


27,271 08 








2,912 49 








311 00 

70 

1,083 89 

867 00 

404 15 

100 00 

1,617 61 


3,095 00 


47 






5,200 32 






4 00 
50 00 


375,200 53 


417 40 




250, 553 83 






5,848 72 








76,536 39 




2 05 


1,604 62 


202, S20 79 






419 60 


80 12 


4,273,658 18 


1,965,868 95 


69,503 06 


25, 160 41 


6,334,190 60 


6,334,530 OS 



PROVINCE OF 



204,591 65 
25,451 13 



111,387 48 
15,551 



42,321 13 



2,787 73 
1,550 74 



361, 0S7 99 
42,553 85 



361,087 99 
42,553 85 



230,042 78 



126,939 46 



42,321 13 



4,338 47 



403,641 84 



403,641 84 



PROVINCE OF 



57 15 



10 



56 42 



113 67 



53 
25 03 



25 56 



20,207 02 

11,106 16 

11,924 74 

562,306 24 

8,849 SO 

289,800 42 

10,005 02 

14,444 56 

6,500,287 89 

94,553 51 

10, 152 67 

84,731 10 



7,61S,369 13 



32,020 90 

47, 027 99 

30,804 84 

214,309 40 

2,940 58 

336, 486 04 

14,641 25 

7,735 60 

,153,319 81 

154,669 57 

34,652 59 

57,620 06 



2,086,228 63 



2 00 



126,934 SS 



25 00 
2 00 



69,849 69 
1,098 51 



7, 137 89 



205,049 97 



675 00 

293 50 

55 90 

202 19 

S45 95 

300 64 

200 00 

1 20 

23,339 73 

1,449 61 



2,424 02 



29,787 74 



52,904 92 
58,427 65 
42,785 48 

903,752 71 
12,636 33 

626,612 10 

24,848 27 

22, 181 36 

7,746,797 12 

251,771 20 
44,805 26 

151,913 07 



9,939,435 47 



52,962 07 
58,427 65 
42,785 48 

903,752 71 
12,636 33 

626,611 57 

24,823 24 

22,181 46 

7,746,797 12 

251,771 20 
44,805 26 

151,969 49 



9,939,523 58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 131 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

No. 13 

ended March 31, 1923, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon. 

NOVA SCOTIA 



Ports 


Balance 
at Dr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Balance 
at Cr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Total 
deposited to 

Credit 

of Receiver 

General 


Totals 


Memorandum 
of Expenses 
of Collection 




$ cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 

144,693 02 

20,214 75 

10,724 39 

960 94 

2,454 87 

2,380 13 

24,317 27 

24,522 64 

5,836 07 

58,040 SO 

4,723,440 91 

94,276 81 

10,115 40 

1,017 04 

26,031 99 

6,311 99 

169,577 84 

55,470 84 

4, 779 57 

27,271 08 

2,912 49 

3.095 00 

5, 199 85 

375.200 53 

250, 136 43 

5,848 72 

76,536 39 

202,822 84 


S cts. 

144, 693 02 

20,215 23 

10,724 39 

961 19 

2,454 57 

2,380 13 

24,317 27 

24,522 64 

5,835 97 

58,040 80 

4,723,440 89 

94,277 81 

10,115 40 

1.016 12 

26.026 66 

6,311 99 

169,577 S4 

55,470 84 

4,708 17 

27,271 OS 

2,912 49 

3,095 00 

5,200 32 

375, 200 53 

250, 553 83 

5,848 72 

76, 536 39 

202,820 79 


S cts. 

12,077 30 
4,452 83 
2, 155 54 
3,942 25 
4,854 72 
2,516 47 
1,562 49 
7, 136 13 
5,017 70 
3,323 49 
164,528 27 
8,159 67 
3,958 61 
1.320 14 
7,932 27 
2,400 78 
6,523 96 

14, 146 01 
3,274 97 
7,441 77 
3,812 14 
4,225 46 
2,746 62 

21,944 03 

10,901 23 
6,086 12 
7,962 39 

14,253 43 


Arinapolis Royal 


48 








Arichat 


25 




Baddeck 


30 






Bridgewater 
















10 


Glace Bay 




Halifax 




02 


Kentville 


1 00 


Liverpool 




Lockeport 




92 
5 33 






Middleton 










North Sydney 










71 40 


Pictou 










Port Hood 








47 










417 40 








Windsor. . . 






Yarmouth 




2 05 








419 60 


80 12 


6, 334, 190 60 


6,334,530 08 


338, 656 79 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



Charlotte town 






361,087 99 
42,553 85 


361,087 99 
42,553 85 


27,445 66 
7,464 16 




















403,641 84 


403,641 84 


34,909 82 











57 15 




52,904 92 
58,427 65 
42,785 48 

903.752 71 
12,636 33 

626,612 10 

24,848 27 

22,181 36 

7,746,797 12 

251,771 20 
44,805 26 

151,913 07 


52,962 07 
58,427 65 
42,785 48 

903,752 71 
12, 636 33 

626,611 57 

24,823 24 

22,181 46 

7,746,797 12 

251,771 20 
44,805 26 

151,969 49 


5,023 36 
4,045 85 
7.163 89 
8, 769 04 

16,885 16 

12.771 92 

3,111 15 

9, 144 62 

167,283 66 

18.089 23 
4,097 04 

27,477 97 






Chatham 






Fredfricton 






McAdam Junction 






Moncton 




53 
25 03 


Newcastle 


10 


St. Andrews 


St. John 






St. Stephen 






Sackville 






Woodstock 


66 42 










113 67 


25 56 


9,939,435 47 


9,939,523 58 


283,862 89 

1 



-' u\ 



132 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 

Statement of the Customs, and Excise Revenue of Canada for the year ended 

PROVINCE OF 



Balance 
at Dr. on 

1st April 
IS: 1 ? 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Customs 
Duties 


Excise 
Taxes 

1 


Excise 
Duties 

2 


Sundry 
Collections 

3 


Total 

Receipts, 

Including 

Columns Xos. 

1,2 and 3 


Total 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 

28,749 44 

190.415 63 
106.891 77 

21,927 07 

11,034 95 

3,336 07 

94,283 76 

1,619 70 

1,818 59 

32,307,801 49 

3,463 78 

4,265 76 

12 57 

1,793,571 47 

16,927 72 

15,379 73 

262,769 33 

428,280 20 

194,461 41 

467,027 26 

24,296 40 

410.416 79 
82,969 4S 


S cts. 

11,650 52 

13,329 83 

133.158 36 

24,163 34 

8,426 76 

759 00 

2,101.153 92 

6,218 37 

2,974 26 

27,781,385 32 

12,843 58 

5,846 84 

1 33 

2,176,748 53 

53,611 10 

4,770 11 

3S9.784 52 

373,374 85 

199,832 99 

770,092 05 

39,872 52 

432, 133 32 

312,491 78 


$ cts. 


S cts. 

3,953 11 

17,780 55 

6,728 44 

1,807 20 


S cts. 

44,353 07 

221,526 01 

246,778 57 

47,897 61 

19,461 71 

9,881 88 

2,196,906 10 

9,434 78 

6,529 62 

S6, 938, 827 12 

16,307 36 

10,116 10 

63 90 

5,343,470 05 

70,561 62 

23,773 34 

687,314 00 

1,941,340 27 

394,559 40 

1,285,082 26 

65,014 71 

875, 174 51 

409, 136 05 


3 cts. 
44,353 07 


515 14 






222,041 15 


6 61 






246,785 18 








47,897 61 




2 60 




19,459 11 






5,786 81 

855 34 

1,596 71 

1,404 00 

174,550 15 


9,881 88 






613 08 


2,196,906 10 






9,434 78 


10 00 




332 77 
26,675,093 16 


6,539 62 




05 
4 22 


86,938.827 07 




16,303 14 






3 50 

50 00 

13,225 53 

22 80 

3,623 50 

1,223 99 

11,707 07 


10,116 10 








63 90 


56 53 
10 00 




1,359,924 52 


5,343,526 58 
70,571 62 








23,773 34 




10 


33,536 16 

1,127,978 15 

265 00 

39,247 10 

196 00 

31,622 40 

8,335 20 


687,313 90 


08 


1,941,340 35 






394,559 40 


1,577 56 




8,715 85 

649 79 

1,002 00 

5,339 59 


1,286,659 82 




" 6 04 


65,014 71 




875, 174 47 




409, 136 05 








2, 175 92 


7 01 


36,471,720 37 


34,854,623 20 


29,277,140 54 


260,025 93 


100,863,510 04 


100.865,678 95 



PROVINCE OF 





01 


189, 49S 85 
228.525 54 

47,964 23 
490. 4X4 94 
773, ISO 19 

99,315 42 

1,053,034 29 

288,582 57 

36.465 50 
I2S.72S 4-1 

10,191 83 
230.950 67 
811,263 51 
314,274 39 

59,971 99 

81,319 29 

350, 83X 73 

3,666,541 85 

59,863 18 

80,7x:> 59 
163,5211 62 
735,3117 27 

35,414 11 

1,390,633 41 

110.41^ S5 

4,342 78 

56,422 74 
780,766 97 
464,617 4." 
102,516 46 


87,497 12 
161,975 21 

38,460 84 
794,633 24 

148.245 49 
152,218 73 

366.246 19 
99,037 37 
68,261 0!) 

148.307 62 

345,055 36 

71,955 77 

273.131 17 

787,350 71 

62.571 48 

162.746 63 

737,096 06 

4,801,93S 18 

93,581 28 

65,626 09 

222,891 96 

1,166,718 98 

81,442 97 

1,730.379 92 

95,981 35 

13,523 46 

35,568 71 

550,386 93 

325,227 95 

177,378 30 


15, 167 23 
943,477 97 


2.394 52 
3.137 67 

253 00 

4.571 30 

37,970 78 

2,325 25 

4.932 69 

657 80 
1.120 00 

282 55 


294,557 72 

1,337.116 39 
86,678 07 

1,292,869 36 
959,396 46 
253.864 65 

1,425,802 47 
407,513 72 
106,279 15 
278,253 77 
355,247 19 
307,232 25 

1,089,973 14 

1,102,307 03 
122,683 57 
245,315 17 

1.094,107 59 

9,373,342 S9 
153,504 46 
146,812 28 
406, 146 87 

2,471,180 79 
117,161 90 

3,346,148 62 

208,345 13 

17,928 29 

92,451 45 

1,357,137 14 
791,561 84 
280,163 16 


294,557 71 


296 63 


1,337,413 02 




09 

58 90 

27 

05 


86,677 98 




3,179 88 


1,292,810 46 




959,396 19 




5 25 

989 30 

19,235 98 

432 56 

935 16 


253,864 60 




1,425,802 47 






407,513 72 




02 


106,279 13 




278.253 77 






355,247 19 








4.325 XI 

1,595 10 

681 93 

140 10 

1.247 25 

1,869 80 

12,062 82 

60 00 

400 60 

1,826 52 

10,788 28 

300 82 

7,645 38 

1,942 93 

17 00 

460 00 

24,347 33 

1,185 69 

268 40 


307,232 25 






3,983 36 


1,089,973 14 






1,102,307 03 


3.178 70 
35 71 






125,862 27 




2 00 

4,303 00 

892,800 04 


245,350 88 






1.094.107 59 


1,492 01 




9,374,834 yo 
1.53.504 46 








146,812 28 






17,898 77 

558,366 26 

4 00 

217,489 91 

2 00 

45 05 


406, 146 87 


6,708 42 




2,477,S89 21 






117,161 90 


1 165 19 




3,347,313 81 






208,34.5 13 






17,928 29 


174 55 




92,626 00 


232 94 




1,635 91 
530 75 


1,357,370 08 


1,613 75 




793,175 59 






280,163 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 133 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

13 — Continued 

March 31, 1923, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon — Continued 

QUEBEC 



Forts 


Balance 

at Dr. on 

31st March. 

1923 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

31st March, 

1923 


Total 
deposited to 

Credit 

of Receiver 

General 


Totals 


Memorandum 
of Expenses 
of Collection 




% cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

44,353 07 

221,526 01 

246,778 57 

47,897 61 

19.461 71 

9,881 88 

2,196,906 10 

9,434 78 

6,529 62 

86,938,827 12 

16.307 36 

10,116 10 

63 90 

5,343,470 05 

70,561 62 

23,773 34 

687,314 00 

1.941,340 27 

394,559 40 

1,285,082 26 

65,014 71 

875,174 51 

409,136 05 


3 cts. 

44,353 07 

222,041 15 

246,785 18 

47,897 61 

19,459 11 

9,881 88 

2,196,906 10 

9,434 78 

6.539 62 

86.93S. B27 07 

16,303 14 

10, 116 10 

63 90 

5,343.526 58 

70,571 62 

23, 773 34 

687,313 90 

1,941.340 35 

394, 559 40 

1,286.659 82 

65,014 71 

875,174 47 

409, 136 05 


$ cts. 
12,231 24 




515 14 
6 61 




26,466 99 






23.664 95 






20,017 35 






2 60 


1,675 63 






17,715 29 


Hull 






10.370 44 








7,746 91 




10 00 




3, 197 37 




05 
4 22 


796,653 83 






3,057 13 






2,491 67 


Port Burwell 










56 53 
10 00 




162,971 62 






3,818 25 






12,999 85 






10 


23,912 52 




08 


69.224 98 






11.701 54 




1,577 56 




43,707 10 


Sorel 




4.452 61 






04 


22 050 70 


Valleyfield 




7,732 81 












2,175 92 


7 01 


100,863,510 04 


100,865,678 95 


1,287,860 78 



ONTARIO 



Amherstburg.. 
Belleville...... 

Bowmanville. . 

Brantford 

Bridgeburg. . . . 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Collingwood . . . 
Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Fort Frances . 
Fort William.. 

Gait 

Gananoque. . . . 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Ingersoll 

Kenora 

Kingston 

Kitchener 

Lindsay 

London 

Midland 

Morrisburg 

Napance 

Niagara Falls. 

North Bay 

Orillia 



296 63 



3, 178 70 
35 71 



1.492 01 



6,708 42 
i,' 165 19 



174 55 

232 94 

1,613 75 



01 



09 

58 90 

27 

05 



02 



294, 
1,337, 

Mi. 

1,292. 
959, 
253, 

1,425, 
407, 
106 
278, 
355, 
307, 

1.QS9, 

1,102, 
122, 
245, 

1.094. 

9,373, 
153, 
146, 
406, 

2,471. 
117, 

3,346, 

208. 

17. 

92, 

1,357. 
791, 
280, 



00/ 

116 
U7s 
869 
396 

M4 

802 
518 

279 
253 

247 
232 
973 
307 
683 
315 
107 
S42 
.ill I 

812 
146 

1MI 
111 I 
lis 
346 
92.S 
l.-.l 
137 
561 
163 



294 

1 . 337 
86 

1,292 
959 
253 

1,425 
407 
106 
278 
355 
307 

1,089 

1,102 
125 
245 

1.094 

9.374 
153 
146 
406 

2,477 
117 

3,347 

208 

17 

92 

1.357 
793 
280 



,557 71 

,413 02 
677 

,810 46 
396 19 
864 60 

,802 41 
513 72 
279 13 
253 
247 19 
232 25 
973 14 
307 03 
862 27 
350 ^ 
107 59 
834 90 
504 46 
812 28 
146 87 
889 21 
161 90 
313 81 
346 13 
<t:'s l"! 
626 00 
370 OS 
17,-. 59 
163 16 



14,418 01 

29.844 83 

2,783 55 

39,540 40 

78,093 45 

11.723 11 

23.626 85 

9,786 90 

6.214 15 

10.S32 24 

2.651 31 

22,807 82 

27,660 02 

14,772 26 

4,050 31 

11,122 83 

19,253 95 

164.792 77 

3,918 68 

4,858 37 

28.021 57 

31,577 03 

5,531 92 

73,751 68 

7.047 39 

3.969 89 

3.558 81 

95.013 94 

20,0-19 82 

8,714 94 



134 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 

Statement of the Customs and Excise Revenue of Canada for the year ended 

PROVINCE OF 



Balance 
at Dr. on 

1st April 
1922 


Balance 
at Cr. on 

1st April 
1922 


Customs 
Duties 


Excise 
Taxes 

1 


Excise 
Duties 


Sundry 
Collections 

3 


Total 

Receipts, 

Including 

Columns Nos. 

1,2 and 3 


Total 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 

3,589.298 24 

1,453,742 43 

57,173 6.S 

93,405 51 

173,196 77 

547,542 24 

18,615 63 

337,296 99 

28,867 29 

186 32 

240,368 89 

516,734 1.5 

319.898 42 

704.890 67 

442,737 63 

59,124 86 

280.798 09 

110.206 65 

129,804 56 

28,S42,403 59 

62,780 67 

1,078,412 OS 

605,753 30 

8,837 37 

7,479,387 08 

115,559 67 


$ cts. 

1,972,324 42 

2.271.678 90 

216,607 32 

255,684 46 

46,498 12 

421.330 87 

24,195 OS 

1.58, 106 90 

36,703 01 

3,481 53 

98, 970 43 

648,905 93 

215,543 6R 

2,803,143 12 

476, 189 91 

61,402 70 

384,598 07 

158,832 04 

42,365 0! 

24,240,211 11 

55,701 04 

44,942 03 

562,817 41 

27,540 52 

3,550,692 99 

258,964 06 


$ cts. 

24 50 

74,808,58 

4,056 17 


.? cts. 

2.140 16 
3,747 44 
2,584 49 
247 211 
127 SO 
1,477 50 


$ cts. 

5,563,787 32 

3,803,977 35 

2S0.421 66 

349,337 17 

219,823 70 

971,167 24 

42,814 71 

507.222 24 

67,446 73 

3,787 25 

405,382 74 

1,171,471 60 

540,114 54 

3,521,133 17 

935,127 31 

120, 790 66 

670,935 53 

285,976 44 

172, 174 57 

54,389,648 27 

119,206 21 

1,125,184 61 

1,172,845 87 

36,428 89 

12,477,860 93 

377,321 44 


? cts. 
5 563 787 32 






3 803,977 35 


1,841 68 




282,263 34 






349.337 17 






1 00 

816 63 

4 00 

5,935 00 

1,312 IS 


219 S23 70 


2,821 35 




973,988 59 






42,814 71 




10 


5,.v>3 :;;• 

564 25 

119 40 

913 00 

1.927 78 

2,869 SO 

13,046 3.8 

6,317 57 

255 10 

4,302 42 

1,869 40 


507 222 14 




67,446 73 






3,787 25 






65, 130 42 

3,903 74 

1.S02 66 

53 00 

9,882 20 

8 00 

1,236 95 

15,068 35 

5 00 

1,241,448 9S 


405,382 74 






1,171.471 60 


1,949 20 




542,063 80 






3 521,133 17 


524 02 




935,651 33 
120,790 66 


526 89 




671,462 42 






285,976 44 






172, 174 57 


3,902 58 




65,584 59 

724 50 

1,827 50 

4,250 09 

50 00 

49,615 81 

416,05 


54,393,550 85 
119,206 21 






3 00 

25 07 

1 00 

1.398,165,05 
2,381,66 


1,125,184 61 






1,172,845 87 




3 95 

03 


36,424 94 




12,477,860 90 




377,321 44 








26,463 68 


63 42 


60,143,373 44 


52,902,866 81 


5,506,557 52 


299,672 90 


118,852,470 67 


118,878,870 93 



PROVINCE OF 







117,531 47 

32,339 73 

7,560 59 

202.245 25 

6,758,815 71 


174,523 41 

18,082 01 

4,297 44 

131,036 43 

5,487,451 47 


25.S30 15 


6,523 01 

4,482 29 

527 20 

4,704 15 

36,047 33 


324,408 04 
54,904 03 
12.3S7 23 

357,528 44 
12,685,990 58 


324,408 04 






54,904 03 






2 00 

19.542 61 

403,676 07 


12.3S7 23 






357,528 44 




10 


12,685,990 4S 








10 


7,118,492 75 


5,815,390 76 


449,050 83 


52,283 98 


13,435,218 32 


13,435,218 22 







PROVINCE OF 



291 02 




204.270 11 

33,492 38 

41,444 30 

717,980 55 

364,182 60 


285,853 53 

21,595 47 

97,923 72 

797,419 97 

401,334 73 


52 00 


11,764 34 
4,458 24 
3,881 62 
9,646 21 
5,624 05 


501,939 98 

59,546 09 

143,353 64 

1,553,302 73 

786,928 88 


502,231 00 






59,546 09 






104 00 

28,256 00 
15,787 50 


143,353 64 






1,553,302 73 






786,928 88 








291 02 




1,361,369 94 


1,604,127 42 


44,199 50 


35,374 46 


3,045,071 32 


3,045,362 34 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 135 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

13 — Continued 

March 31, 1923, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon — Continued 

ONTARIO— Concluded 



Ports 


Balance 
at Dr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Balance 
at Cr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Total 
deposited to 

Credit 
of Receiver 

General 


Totals 


Memorandum 
of Expenses 
of Collection 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

5,563,787 32 

3,803,977 35 

280,421 66 

349,337 17 

219,823 70 

971,167 24 

42,814 71 

507,222 24 

67,446 73 

3,787 25 

405,382 74 

1,171,471 60 

540,114 54 

3,521,133 17 

935,127 31 

120,790 66 

670,935 53 

285,976 44 

172,174 57 

54,389,64S 27 

119,206 21 

1,125,184 61 

1,172,845 87 

36,428 89 

12,477,860 93 

377,321 44 


S cts. 

5,563,787 32 

3,803,977 35 

282,263 34 

349,337 17 

219,823 70 

973,988 59 

42,814 71 

507,222 14 

67,446 73 

3,787 25 

405,382 74 

1,171,471 60 

542, 063 80 

3,521,133 17 

935,651 33 

120,790 66 

671,462 42 

285,976 44 

172, 174 57 

54,393,550 85 

119,206 21 

1,125,184 61 

1,172,845 87 

36,424 94 

12,477,860 90 

377,321 44 


$ cts. 
15,622 51 








1 OS, 769 64 




1,841 68 




9,335 84 






3,080 13 








11,232 40 




2,821 35 




21,701 45 






3,965 31 






10 


19,897 39 






4,250 57 


Port McNicoll 






7,495 75 








27,169 78 








26,514 98 




1,949 26 




17,931 50 






61,678 52 




524 02 




41,675 36 






4,594 90 




526 89 




17,343 97 






11,052 98 








4,561 27 




3,902 58 




474, 176 79 






3,901 42 








12,629 80 


Welland 






18,552 33 


Whitby 




3 95 
03 


1,490 50 






176, 179 58 






9,004 52 












26,463 68 


63 42 


118,852,470 67 


118,878,870 93 


1,893,797 99 



MANITOBA 









324, 40S 04 
54,904 03 
12,387 23 

357,528 44 
12,685,990 58 


324, 40S 04 
54,904 03 
12,387 23 

357,528 44 
12,685,990 48 


31,319 06 








28,345 54 








7,360 96 








15,804 61 




10 




262,517 83 










10 




13,435,218 32 


13,435,218 22 


345,348 00 









SASKATCHEWAN 





291 02 




501,939 98 

59,546 09 

143,353 64 

1,553,302 73 

786,928 88 


502,231 00 

59,546 09 

143,353 64 

1,553,302 73 

786,928 88 


52,826 59 


North Portal 




17,269 43 








12,615 23 








49,865 98 








38,218 23 












291 02 




3,045,071 32 


3,045,362 34 


170,795 46 



136 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 

Statement of the Customs and Excise Revenue of Canada for the year ended 

PROVINCE OF 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Customs 
Duties 


Excise 
Taxes 

1 


Excise 
Duties 

2 


Sundry 
Collections 

3 


Total 

Receipts, 

Including 

Columns Nos. 

1,2 and 3 


Total 


$ cts. 
21 31 


$ cts. 


S cts. 

945,633 50 

822,629 05 

162,774 41 

42,753 57 


$ cts. 

1,072.602 04 

888,780 90 

193,251 70 

76,451 47 


S cts. 

92,839 7S 

67,627 05 

37,575 00 

3,675 00 


$ cts. 

14.485.40 

10,517 26 

4.511 10 

335 97 


S cts 

2,125.560 72 

1,789.554 26 

398.112 27 

123.216 0i 


S cts. 
2 12S 582 03 






1 71 554 26 


18,001 57 




416 113 84 






123 216 01 








18,022 88 




1,973,790 53 


2,231,086 17 


201,716 83 


29,849 73 


4,436,443 26 


4,454,466 14 







BRITISH 



o i; 



124 68 



124 85 



35,953 55 

122,238 41 

439,414 35 

111,684 40 

29,759 92 

84,882 01 

61,811 84 

185,456 08 

28,837 36 

257,933 42 

55,267 02 

35,987 30 

11,267,929 90 

1,797,662 48 



14,514,818 04 



32,860 60 

71,407 82 
136,848 19 

26,366 53 

7,325 12 

123.731 43 

73,532 09 
339,848 49 

41,789 42 
105,101 14 
109,239 76 

21,250 51 
,154,478 91 
769,287 48 



6,013,067 49 



1,900 00 
9,013 55 



1,745 10 

3,382 76 

26,715 48 

1,379 00 



19,097 21 

300 00 

287,572 01 

118,972 49 



470,077 60 



4,272 15 

772 20 

2,725 58 

299 95 

1,142 93 

2,388 15 

1,440 86 

9,438 39 

373 97 

6,867 39 

742 02 

754 80 

38,486 19 

10,027 04 



79,731 62 



73, 
196, 
588, 
138, 

38, 
212, 
140, 
561, 

72, 
369, 
184, 

58, 
15,748, 
2,695, 



086 30 
318 43 
001 67 
350 88 
227 97 
746 69 
167 55 
458 44 
379 75 
901 95 
346 01 
292 61 
467 01 
949 49 



21,077,694 75 



73, 

196 
588, 
138 

38, 
212. 
140. 
561 

72, 
369 
184. 

58, 
15,748, 
2,695 



086 30 
318 43 
001 67 
350 88 
227 97 
746 69 
167 55 
458 61 
379 75 
901 95 
470 69 
292 61 
467 01 
949 49 



21,077,819 60 



YUKON 







38,365 84 
47,572 30 


14,815 99 
11,457 22 




533 30 
284 10 


53.715 13 
59,313 62 


53,715 13 






59,313 62 












85,938 14 


26,273 21 




817 40 


113,028 75 


113,028 75 











12,014 13 



2,921 37 
360,542 56 



17,489 44 



326,779 21 
9,014 98 



14,935 50 
378,032 00 

326,779 21 
9,014 9S 



14,935 50 
378,032 00 

326,779 21 
9,014 98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 137 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

13— Continued 

March 31, 1923, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon — Continued 

ALBERTA 



Ports 


Balance 
at Dr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Balance 
at Cr. on 

31st March, 
1923 


Total 
deposited to 

Credit 

of Receiver 

General 


Totals 


Memorandum 
of Expenses 
of Collection 




$ cts. 
21 31 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

2,125,560 72 

1,789,554 26 

398,112 27 

123,216 01 


S cts. 

2,125,582 03 

1,789,554 26 

416,113 84 

123,216 01 


S cts. 
77,114 64 






72,616 56 




18,001 57 




24,340 22 






15,394 11 












18,022 88 




4,436,443 26 


4,454,466 14 


189,465 53 









COLUMBIA 









73,086 30 
196,318 43 
588,001 67 
138,350 88 

38,227 97 
212,746 69 
140,167 55 
561,458 44 

72,379 75 
369,901 95 
184,346 01 

58,292 61 

15,748,467 01 

2,695,949 49 


73,086 30 
196,318 43 
588,001 67 
138,350 88 

38,227 97 
212,746 69 
140, 167 55 
561,458 61 

72,379 75 
369,901 95 
184,470 69 

58,292 61 

15,748,467 01 

2,695,949 49 


14,731 95 








10,216 42 








12,927 19 








7,508 47 








6,528 53 








27,933 94 








12,395 65 




17 




40,001 74 






11,258 28 








39,379 02 




124 68 




18,589 11 






8,031 57 








310,077 96 








99,891 25 












124 85 




21,077,694 75 


21,077,819 60 


619,471 08 









TERRITORY 









53,715 13 
59,313 62 


53,715 13 
59,313 62 


16,757 04 








16,109 00 
















113,028 75 


1'3,028 75 


32,866 04 











British Post Office Parcels 

Department of Customs and Ex- 
cise 

Preventive Service 

Special Branch 



14.935 50 


378,032 00 

326,779 21 

9,014 98 



14,935 


50 


378,032 00 

326,779 21 

9,014 98 



138 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 

Statement of the Customs and Excise Revenue of Canada for the year ended 

RECAPITU 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

1st April 

1922 


Customs 
Duties 


Excise 
Taxes 

1 


Kxcise 
Duties 

o 


Sundry 
Collections 

3 


Total 

Receipts, 

Including 

Columns Nos. 

1, 2 and 3 


Total 


$ cts. 
419 60 


$ cts. 
SO 12 


S cts. 

4,273,658 IS 

230.042 7S 

7,618,369 13 

36,471,720 37 

60,143,373 44 

7,118,492 75 

1,361,369 94 

1,973,790 53 

14,514,818 04 

85.938 14 

12,014 13 


$ cts. 

1,965,868 95 

126.939 46 

2.086,228 63 

34,8.54.623 20 

52,902,866 81 

5,815,390 76 

1,604,127 42 

2,231,086 17 

6,013.067 49 

26.273 21 

2,921 37 

360,542 56 


S cts. 

69.503 06 
42,321 13 

205.049 97 
29.277,140 54 
5,506.557 52 

449.050 83 
44,199 50 

201,716 83 
470,077 60 


S cts. 

25,160 41 

4,338 47 

29,787 74 

260.025 93 

299.672 90 

52,283 98 

35,374 46 

29,849 73 

79,731 62 

817 40 

"i7,'489'44 

326,779 21 
9.014 9S 


8 cts. 

6,334,190 60 

403.641 84 

9,939.435 47 

100.863,510 04 

118,852,470 67 

13,435.218 32 

3,045.071 32 

4,436,443 26 

21,077.694 75 

113. 02S 75 

14,935 50 

378,032 00 

326,779 21 
9.014 9S 


S cts. 

6,334,530 08 
403,641 84 


113 67 

2,175 92 

26,463 68 


25 56 
7 01 

63 42 
10 


9,939,523 58 

100,865,678 95 

118,878,870 93 

13.435.218 22 


291 02 


3,045,362 34 


18,022 88 
124 85 




4.4.54,466 14 
21,077,819 60 






113,028 75 








14,935 50 






378,032 00 










326,779 21 












9,014 98 














47,611 62 

Less Retur 

and Dra 


176 21 

n Duties 
wbacks, 


133,803,587 43 
15,747,118 03 


107,9S9,936 03 
1,507,217 95 


36,265,616 98 
503,620 53 


1,170,326 27 
727,053 52 


279,229,466 71 
18,485,010 03 


279,276,902 12 
18,485,010 03 








47,611 62 


176 21 


118,056,469 40 


106,482,718 OS 


35,761,996 45 


443,272 75 


260,744,456 68 


260,791,892 09 


47,611 72 


176 21 


118,056,469 40 


106,482,718 OS 


35,761.996 45 


443,272 75 


260,744,456 68 


260,791,892 09 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 139 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

13— Concluded 

March 31, 1923, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon — Concluded 

LATIOX 



Ports 


Balance 

at Dr. on 

31st March, 

1923 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

31st March, 

1923 


Total 
deposited to 

Credit 

of Receiver 

General 


Totals 


Memorandum 
of Expenses 
of Collection 




S cts. 
419 60 


S cts. 
80 12 


$ cts. 

6,334.190 60 

403.641 84 

9.939,435 47 

100,863.510 04 

118,852,470 67 

13.435,218 32 

3,045,071 32 

4,436,443 26 

21,077.694 75 

113,028 75 

14,935 50 

378,033 00 

326,779 21 
9.014 98 


$ cts. 

6,334.530 08 

403,641 84 

9,939,523 58 

100,865,678 95 

118.878.870 93 

13,435.218 22 

3.045,362 34 

4,4.54,466 14 

21.077.819 60 

113,028 75 

14,935 50 

378,032 00 

326.779 21 

9.014 98 


$ cts. 
338,656 79 




34,909 82 




113 67 

2. 175 92 

26,463 68 


2.5 .56 
7 01 

63 42 
10 


283,862 89 




1,287,860 78 




1,893,797 99 




345,348 00 




291 02 

18,022 88 

124 85 


170,795 46 






189,465 53 






619,471 08 






32.866 04 










Department of Customs and Ex- 


































47,611 62 


176 21 


279,229.466 71 
18,485,010 03 


279,276,902 12 
18,485.010 03 


5,197,034 38 










Inspection, Board of Customs and 


47,611 62 


176 21 


260,744,456 68 


260,791,892 09 


5,197,034 38 
667, V>9 65 


Revenue Cruisers and Preventive 










225,702 05 












437,612 55 












7,543 00 
















47,611 62 


176 21 


260,744.456 68 


260,791,892 09 


6,535,821 63 



140 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Appendix No. 14 

INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 



From what Source Received 
and 


Time 


To 

what date 

paid 


Rate 
of 
In- 


Amount 
Invested 


Interest Realized 


Nature of Investment 














terest 




Sterling 


Currency 










p.c. 


£ s. d. 


£ s. d. 


$ CIS. 


Sinking Funds 
















Loan of 1909S4 
















Canadian Securities 


1 year . . 


Oct. 1 


1922 


2i 


109,753 15 3 


2.743 16 10 


13,353 36 




i year. . 


July 1 


1922 


3 


1S8.639 1 3 


2,829 11 9 


13,770 66 




5 year 


Jan. 1 


1923 


3 


198,939 1 3 


2.9S4 1 9 


14,522 56 




i year 


June 1 


1922 


3i 


9S5.093 16 11 


17,239 2 10 


83,897 16 




s year. 


Julv 1 


1922 


3i 


497.302 19 2 


8,702 16 1 


42,353 65 




k year . 


Dec. 1 


1922 


3i 


1,012,433 16 10 


17,717 11 10 


86,225 61 




J year 


Jan. 1 


1923 


3i 


518,734 14 10 


9.077 17 2 


44,178 91 




1 year . . 


Oct. 1 


1922 


4 


215,599 3 11 


8,623 19 4 


41,969 97 




1 year 


Nov. 1 


1922 


H 


96.900 


4,371 16 10 


21,276 30 




74,290 14 5 


361,548 18 


Loan of 1930-50 






Canadian Securities 


1 year. 


Oct. 1 


1922 


2 5 


67,781 1 5 


1,694 10 6 


8,246 68 




I year 


July 1 


1922 


3 


286,675 13 11 


4,300 2 8 


20,927 32 




s year. 


Jan. 1 


1923 


3 


321,169 19 4 


4,817 11 


23,445 41 




i year 


June 1 


1922 


3i 


79,881 8 


1,397 18 6 


6,803 23 




i year 


Julv 1 


1922 


31 


1,210,450 2 6 


21,182 17 7 


103,090 01 




i year. . 


Dec. 1 


1922 


3 7 


100,726 16 5 


1,762 14 5 


8,578 57 




1 year. 


Jan. 1 


1923 


3j 


1,278,137 7 1 


22,367 8 2 


108,854 72 




t year. . 


April 1 


1922 


4 


662,537 9 8 


13,250 15 


64,486 98 




i year 


Oct. 1 


1922 


4 


682,157 13 


13,643 3 1 


66,396 68 




i year 


May 1 


1922 


4i 


294,200 


6,619 10 


32,214 90 




5 year 


Nov. 1 


1922 


4| 


294,400 


6,722 15 3 


32,717 44 






97,759 6 2 


475,761 94 


Loan of 1940-60 






Canadian Securities 


I year 
5 year 


Oct. 1 
July 1 


1922 

1922 


2J 

3 


11,401 10 7 
168,065 4 fi 


285 10 
2.520 19 7 


1,387 20 




12,268 76 




\ year 


Jan. 1 


1923 


3 


175,491 16 3 


2.632 7 6 


12,810 89 




-i year 


June 1 


1922 


3i 


44,237 16 5 


774 3 3 


3,767 59 




i year 


Julv 1 


1922 


3| 


326, 4S3 3 9 


5,713 9 2 


27,805 50 




1 year 


Nov. 1 


1922 


3 5 


200 


3 10 


17 03 




t year 


Dec. 1 


1922 


3i 


47,537 16 5 


831 18 3 


4,048 64 




2 year 


Ian. 1 


1923 


3, 


378,632 13 11 


6,626 1 6 


:!2,246 90 




1 year. 


Oct. ! 


192: 


4 


404.295 10 1 


16.171 16 4 


78,702 84 




1 year. 


Nov. 1 


1922 


4i 


238.200 


10,755 16 11 


52,345 12 




46,315 3 4 


225,400 47 




218,365 3 11 


1,062,710 59 


Canadian Securities — 






War Loan 1915-25 


1 year 


Dec. 1 


1922 


5 


724,000 00 


36,200 00 




War Loan 1916-31 


Various. 
Various. 


Oct. * 

Sept. 1 


, 1922 
1922 


5 
5 




34,015 12 
9,300 14 




War Loan 1917-37 




79,515 26 














Total Sinking Funds.. 


1,142,225 85 


Loans to Banks 
















Under the Finance Act, 1914. 


Various. 






Va- 
rious 












1,249,677 90 












2,391,903 75 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 14 — Continued 

INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Continued 



141 



From what'Source Received 

and 

Nature of Investment 



Time 



To 

what date 
paid 



Rate 

of 

In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest 
Realized 



Total 



p.c. 



cts 



Ct8. 



Brought forward . - 

Loans to Provinces 

Housing Loans 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

Xew Brunswick 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 



Loans to Farmers 



Province of Manitoba 

Province of Ontario 

Province of Saskatchewan . 



Trust and Loan Cos. 
Victoria Loan and Savings Co. 



Imperial Government — Balance 
of interest due by Im 
perial Government after 
deducting interest due 
them by the Dominion 
Government 



Foreign Governments 

French Government Loan. . . 
Belgian Government Loan... 
Roumanian Government Loan 



Montreal Harbour Debentures 



Carried forward . 



1 year 
1 year 
1 year 



1 year 
1 year 

I J years 

1 year 
1 year 



Various 
Various 



1 year 
I year 
5 year 
1 year 



1 year 
1 year 
1 year. 



} year 
Various 



Various 



I year 
1 year 
J year 



1 year. 

1 year 
1 year 
Various 



Dec. 31, 1922 
Dec. 1, 1922 
Feb. 16, 1923 



Oct. 16, 1922 

Jan. 1, 1923 

Jan. 22, 1923 

Feb. 1, 1923 

Mar. 26, 1923 



.June 
Jan. 



1922 
1923 



Nov. 11, 1922 

Mar. 1, 1923 

Feb. 19, 1923 

Mar. 15, 1923 



Mar. 1, 1923 
Jar. 15, 1923 
Nov. 1, 1922 



May i, 195 
Nov. 11, 1922 



March 31,1923 



Dec. 31, 1922 
Mar. 12, 1923 
Mar. 31, 1923 



Ian. 1, 1923 

Jan. 1, 192?, 

Jan. 1, 1923 

Ian. 1, 1923 



5 
5 



5i 

51 



51 

5 

4 



3 
3i 



1,701,500 00 

1,580,000 00 

395,000 00 



620,000 00 
305,000 00 
600,000 00 

6,250,000 00 
2,500 000 00 



79,000 00 
19,750 00 



31,000 00 
15,250 00 
45,000 00 



312,500 00 
125,000 00 



55,714 51 
78,025 81 



300,000 00 
300,000 00 
200,000 00 
500,000 00 



500,000 00 
2,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 



100,000 00 



15,000 00 

15,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 



25,000 00 

130, 000 00 

50,000 00 



2,7.50 00 
2,017 31 



5,730,000 00 
4,528,336 00 



315,150 00 
226,416 80 
479,390 00 



9.250,000 00 

17,235,000 00 

4,040,000 00 

1,910,000 00 



277,500 00 

603,22.5 00 

202,000 00 

42,137 12 



$ cts. 
2,391,903 75 



85,075 00 
98,750 00 

91,250 00 
437,500 00 



133,740 32 



60,000 00 



205,000 00 



4,767 31 



7,716,394 74 



1,020,956 80 



1,124,862 12 



13,370,200 04 



142 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 14 — Concluded 
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Concluded 



From -what Source Received 

and 

Nature of Investment 



Time 



To 

what date 
paid 



Rate 

of 

In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest 
Realized 



Total 



p.c. 



t cts. 



Brought forward. 



Vancouver Harbour Deben- 
tures 



Seed Grain and Relief Ad- 
vances 

Soldier Land Settlement — 
Advances to Soldiers set- 
tling on the land 



1 year. 
Various 



Various 
Various 



Jan. 1, 1923 
Jan. 1, 1923 



Mar. 31, 1922 
Mar. 31, 1923 



1,952 900 00 
2,262,000 00 



va- 
rious 



Miscellaneous 

Interest on Current Account 
with the — 
Bank of Montreal, London 
Bank of Montreal, New 

York 

Province of Quebec Debt Ac- 
count 

City of Edmonton, Deben- 
tures 

Montreal Turnpike Trust Co- 
Commutation Money to 
be applied to arrears of 

Interest 

Southern Alberta Land Co. . 
St. John Bridge and Railway 

Extension Co 

Canadian Government Mer- 
chant Marine, Operations 
for 1920 



1 year. 
1 year. 



Dec. 31, 1922 
June 1, 1922 



4 
5h 



Various 
2 years 

On 

account 



July 1, 1922 



1,473,609 63 
160,000 00 



331,266 V 
433,900 00 



97,645 00 
46.849 67 



50,684 92 

891,943 54 

5S.944 38 

8.S00 00 



5,000 00 
1,988 08 

34,712 00 



512,773 96 



S cts. 
13,370,200 04 

144,494 67 

74,847 27 

1,310,914 05 



1,564,846.88 
16,465,302 91 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



143 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Appendix No. 15 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1923 



From whom received and Nature of Receipts 



cts. 



Agriculture — 

Inspection fees and health certificates 

Race track supervision 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

Board and transfer of bulls 

Interest on mortgage 

Sale of sundries 

Sale of empty barrels 

Refund for report 

Sales of produce. Experimental Farms 

Sale of publications 

Registration fees and seed testing 

Refund for unused ticket 

" of freight charges 

" of previous years' bonus 

" " Civil Government 



contin- 



gencies.. 

" " salaries. . . 

" for stamps and badges lost. . 

" of over remittance 

" for money order 

Relief tariff 

Storage charges 

Entry and contest fees 

Feeding stuff fees 

Fees under Fertilizer Act 

Prize money 

Rents 



Air Board — 

Pilots certificates 

Air Harbour licenses 

Air Worthiness 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 

Registration of air craft 

Rentals 

Empty barrels and drums returned 

Storage and garage rents 



Archives — 

Sale of publications- 
Copying 



Auditor General's Office — 

Refund of previous years' bonus.. 



Customs and Excise — 

Bonded factory and warehouse fees 

Extra services 

Sale of unclaimed goods 

Storage charges 

Tobacco stamping 

Cartage 

Conscience money 

Labels 

Brokers' licenses 

Certified copies 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 

Sale of sundries 

Interest on bank balance 

Outstanding cheques 



17,365 58 

1,658 67 

2,505 21 

59 22 

759 90 

4,865 34 

77 37 

2 09 

112,446 67 

601 25 

7,217 & 

56 71 

21 65 

1,709 2S 

477 24 

1,069 69 

11 00 

1 

2 80 

150 79 

3,071 2b 

1,565 84 

2,822 82 

1,948 75 

451 00 

50 00 



8 00 


30 00 


200 00 


24,248 73 


5 00 


2,299 02 


231 89 


37 55 


9 10 


21 80 



77,904 

136,509 20 

4,011 54 

81,247 14 

534 84 

31,244 95 

897 

23,709 24 

1,950 00 

346 00 

11,978 50 

1,132 96 

56 36 

1,035 85 



160,969 59 



27,060 19 



30 90 



390 06 



Carried forward . 



372,559 31 188,450 74 



144 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Appendix No. 15 — Continued 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1923 — Continued 



From whom received and nature of receipts 



S cts. 



Brought forward. 



Customs and Excise — Concluded 

Bills of health 

Replaced stamps 

Collectors' licenses 

Landing certificate 

Tourists' deposits 

Pilfered goods 



Less — Amount deducted from salary of J. McLeod. 
Outstanding cheques refunded now paid 



Civil Service Commission— 

Refunds of previous years' salaries 

" contingencies.. 
" " bonus 



Commission of Conservation — 

Sale of publications 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 



External Affairs — 

Visa fees 

Passport fees.. 
Less — refunds. 



Refunds of previous years' expenditure, High Commis- 
sioner's Office 

Refunds of previous years' expenditures 



Finance — 

Refunds of previous years' bonus 

" civil government salaries. 

Registration and insurance fees, re War Loan Bonds.. . 

Sale of pulp 

Interest on excess circulation 

Conscience money 

Amount over refunded 

Difference in bank balance 

Sale of publications 



Taxation Branch — 

Law costs, Income Tax 

Sale of waste paper 

Refund of previous years' expenditure. 



Royal Mint — 

Sale of stores 

" sweepings 

" nickel 

Profits on sales of specimen nickel coins. 

Profit on refining gold 1921-22 

gold 1922-23 

nickel 

" copper 

Profit on gold coinage 

Charges for refining gold 

" making assays 



Carried forward. 



103 42 
71 67 



47,257 11 
1,246 25 



93 60 

145 00 

15,219 26 

797 06 

36,838 63 

552 50 

02 

50 

30 



3 70 

162 94 

8 75 



663 98 

3,546 88 

82 83 

35 11 

4,415 05 

7,301 82 

99,775 08 

6,306 95 

54 00 

55,432 74 

26 00 



177,640 44 



372,559 31 



2,840 00 
97 17 
14 00 
20 
25 00 
25 96 



375,561 64 
175 09 


1 35 
26 37 
46 17 


8 50 
1,000.00 



222 00 



46,010 86 

38 41 
271 05 



53,646 87 



175 39 



188,450 74 



375,386 55 



73 89 



1,008 50 



46,542 32 



53,822 26 611,462 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



145 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Appendix No. 15 — Continued 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1923 — Continued 



From whom received and Nature of Receipts 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


I cts. 




177,640 44 

1 25 

1 04 

16,899 78 

48 87 


53.S22 26 
194,591 98 


611 46° 00 


Finance — Concluded 

Roy-: I Mint—i oncluded 








" unexpended balance of annuity for 1921-22. 










44.730 59 
8,407 70 






248,414 24 
53,138 29 
















195,275 95 


Health— 


S.143 15 

6,459 00 

3,840 00 

15 00 

3,500 00 

1,310 50 

7 80 

61 

30 00 

360 00 
































" " Civil Government contingencies 


























12,070 00 
3,751 22 


23,666 06 


House of Common::' — 


8,318 78 

118 00 

82 00 

1,440 00 
282 26 






































10,241 04 


J m migration — 


7,240 7- 
813 5S 
672 6E 
217 50 
16,737 90 
162 64 
272 15 
25 00 

13 7<; 

9 7: 

40 00 


































































II gl H 


Indian Affairs — 


1.035 51 

10 00 
10,887 2i 
6,908 98 

52 _'i 

10 00 

5 00 

7 5C 

.500 00 

1 7. 


Civil Government contingen- 
































































19,418 20 


867,526 53 



2—10 



146 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 15 — Continued 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1923 — Continued 



From whom received and nature of receipts 



Brought forward. 



Indian Affairs — Concluded 

Rents 

Sale of sundries 

Sundry collections re supplies. 
Flkhorn Industrial School 



Interior — 

Registration fees 

Rents 

Sale of sundries 

Unclaimed estates in Yukon 

Refunds previous years' Civil Government contingencie; 
" Dominion Lands and Parks. . . . 

" sundry votes 

" " bonus 

" " reclassification 

Scientific Institutions 

Northwest Territories 



Less — Previous year's Civil Government salaries. 

International Joint Commission — 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 



Justice — 

Sale of old material, Penitentiaries 

Supreme and Exchequer Court Reports 

Refunds of previous years' bonus 

expenditure. 

Sheriff fees, Dawson 

'Unclaimed estates in Yukon 

Adjustment of Judge's salaries 



Labour — 

Subscriptions to Gazette 

Sale of publications 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure, 
bonus 



Marine and Fisheries — 
Marine Branch — 

Sale of sundries, including empty barrels 

" publications 

Examination of masters and mates 

Lighthouse and Coast revenue 

Marine register. 

Foreshore and waterlots, rental 

Interest on icebreaker account 

Steel supplied 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

" bonus 

salaries 

" contingencies 

" for work done 

" for damage done 

" for plates lost 

" unclaimed wages 

Rents 

Interest on insurance re SS. Recruit 

Radio revenue 

Warrant officers' and wireless operators' license fees. 
Pilots license fees 



Carried forward . 



6,739 90 

2,403 26 

3,998 

706 00 

45 19 

3,469 

24 29 

44,424 'J! 

4,472 92 

1,399 2; 

111 9' 

367 90 

1,862 42 

753 83 

1,082 10 

809 15 

2,735 66 

2,049 94 

33,884 74 

11,701 20 

75 00 



123,116 95 



cts. 



19,418 20 



283 00 
2.005 81 
2,030 44 
4,085 68 



372 21 

2 90 

85 00 

301 93 

88 49 

14,510 43 

104 95 

3.062 8; 

490 SO 

64 83 

1.202 42 



20,286 81 
17 83 



5,297 97 
12.039 33 
142 S3 
339 9." 
115 75 
112 II 
1 58 



1,340 67 

79 55 

201 67 

115 04 



cts. 



867,526 53 



27,823 13 



20,268 98 
100 00 



18,049 56 



1,736 93 



935,505 13 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



147 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 15— Continued 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal Year 
ended March 31, 1923— Continued 



From whom received and Nature of Receipts 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



Marine and Fisheries — Concluded 
Marine Branch — Concluded 

Outstanding cheques 

Returned postage 

Rent of equipment 

Privileges granted 

Cash deposit pending receipt of bond. 



Less — Wages and effects of distressed seamen. 
Unused ticket 



Fisheries Branch — 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

fishing bounty. 

" " salaries 

" bonus 

" for damage to goods in transit 

" for empty barrels returned 

Fish culture 

Rents 

Modus Vivendi 

Sale of hatchery 

" sundries 

" charts 



MUttia— 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

" Civil Government contingencies 

" " " salaries 

Battlefields Memorials 

Rent of military property 



Sa 



,le of ammunition 

stores and clothing 

books and maps 

cast horses 

medals and ribbons 

military property 

scrap and sundries 

Advertisements 

Purchase of discharges 

Barrack damages 

Insurance re Haileybury Drill Hall 

Sundry privileges 

Conscience money 

Lease fees 

Interest on deposit in Bank of Montreal. London, re 
Battlefields Memorial Commission 



123,116 95 



20 25 

04 

5,308 10 

3 00 

500 00 



12S.948 34 



Mine* — 

Sale of publications 

sundries 

" school collections 

Refunds of previous years' salaries 
" bonus. . . 

Refunds for goods lost in transit. . . . 

Explosive permits 

Factory license 



Carried forward. 



75 33 
25 411 



100 73 



414 59 

182 31 

18 69 

93 22 

84 00 

803 21 

972 98 

254 00 

697 50 

60 00 

271 09 

2 00 



128,847 61 



11.853 63 



61,306 37 

2 00 

303 34 

12.635 52 

17.630 11 

2.314 12 

77, 109 96 

2.017 4.- 

2.402 50 

12 69 

16.008 18 

49,972 3f 

86 76 

6,267 00 

2i m v> 

33,500 00 

940 00 

4 40 

98 00 

431 90 



3.56 42 

257 4ii 

231 10 

47 7s 

50 43 

43 80 

748 00 

125 00 



935,505 13 



140,701 24 



283,333 48 



3.859 93 



1,363.399 78 



2— 10 J 



148 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Appendix No. 15 — Continued 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal Year 
ended March 31, 1923— Continued 



From whom received and nature of receipts 



Brought forward 



Naval — 

Sale of steamers and boats 

sundries 

" empty barrels 

" publications 

Sundry rents 

privileges 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

bonus 

salaries 

i anadian Government Mer- 
chant Marine suspense ac- 
count 

Radio revenue 

Warrant officers' and wireless operators' license fees. 

Rents from plots and yard residents 

" of equipment 

Court costs 



Less — Outstanding cheques. 



Patent and < 'opyright Office — 

Refunds of previous years' salaries. 



Post Office— 

Refunds of previous years' salaries 

contingencies... 
reclassification, 
bonus 



Prinlino and Station 

Sale of publications. .... . 

" waste paper 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure... 
Excess of revenue over expenditure in 1922-2:1 . 



Less — Amounts uncollected from departments. 



Public II ot-A-s— 

Refunds of previous years' contingencies. 
" expenditure... 

" for damage to property 

" for goods lost in transit 

" for labour and material 

Rents 

Sale of movables 

real estate 

Kent of equipment 

wharf 

Photo supplies 

Assistance rendered 

Privileges granted 



Railways ami Canals — 

Interest on Railway Subsidies 
Sale of i' 

" equipment 

sundries 

land 
Rent of equipment 

< larried forward 



cts 



-is, ii-2 ()!i 

353 12 

262 88 

189 66 

1,216 00 

50 61 

32,342 82 

6 10 

98 14 



401 .51 
5,056 3.= 
4.756 00 

350 .54 

2.3S3 00 

18 00 



95,566 S7 
68 13 



362 04 

139 62 

696 94 

1,031 36 



34,257 34 

19,219 12 

71 88 

26,303 15 



79.S51 49 
775 45 



224 7 

19,963 I 

33 00 

56 SO 

259 26 

139,225 40 

77,883 60 

107, 9S5 00 

41,198 12 

30 00 

2,484 2(1 

40 00 

545 95 



130,264 OS 
102 00 

200 00 

1, !!'.! 06 

2,776 tin 
12,167 6 



1,363,399 78 



95,498 74 
2 13 



2.229 96 



79.076 04 



3S9.929 57 



14V.I27 78 1,930,136 22 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



149 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 15 — Concluded 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Fiscal Year 
ended March 31, 1923— Concluded 



From whom received and Nature of Receipts 



$ cts 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



Railways and Canals — Concluded 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 

" for damages 

" for goods lost 

Privileges granted 

Electric current supplied 



Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Sale of sundries 

Refunds for services 

Refunds of previous years' expenditures . 

Secretary of Stale — ■ 

Refund of previous years' contingencies. 

Fees, . 

Less — refunds of fees 



Senate — 

Private Bills . .. 
Less — Refunds. 



Certified copies. 



Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — 
Refunds of previous years — 

Capital expenditure 

Care of patients 

Vocational expenses.. 

Salaries 

Treatment and training, pay and allowances.. 

Vocational loans 

Operating expenses 

Unemployment relief 

Bonus 



Pensions — 

Refund of previous years' European War 

Militia Pensions Act 1901 

Fenian Raid 1S85 and generally 
" salaries and contingencies 

Soldier Land Settlement — 

Refunds of prex-ious years' expenditures 

" bonus 

Registration fees 



Trade and Commerce — 

Refunds of previous years' expenditures. . 

reclassification. 

" salaries 

bonus 

" for empty carboy 

Sale of sundries 

" publications 

Gold and silver scrap 

Replaced weight 

Fees attending court 

Amount received from Mr. Ferguson 

Exhibits and Publicity Branch. 



264,299 59 
41,683 20 



29,796 4S 
5.7S5 6: 



14S.927 78 



6,990 33 

271 57 

52 65 

152 85 

364 06 



15 00 

980 73 

6,821 73 



14 52 

222,616 39 



24,010 86 
298 75 



101,927 52 

106, S41 72 

1S8 55 

483 16 

13,751 53 

102,884 12 

556,873 80 

15,946 77 

259 OS 



113,327 39 

S06 96 

435 0? 

8 7f 



25S 7^ 

189 75 

5 50 



20,443 58 

105 00 

100 00 

139 50 

12 6' 

67.") 14 
.1 15 

5 14 
3 00 



10 00 

4 00 

16,085 70 



1,930,136 22 



156,759 24 



.817*46 



222,630 91 



24,309 61 



899,156 25 



114,578 08 



4.54 03 



37,. 586 88 



3,393,428 68 



150 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Appendix No 16 

Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures for the Fiscal Year 

ended March 31, 1923 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipt 



Agriculture — 

Animal Contagious Diseases Act 

Dairy Industry Act 

Destructive Insect and "Pest Act 

Meat and Canned Foods Act 

Fruit Act 

Seed Act 

Condemned calves 

Sales confiscated butter 

Seed Control — Feeding stuffs 

Garbage Feeding Regulation 

For transporting green cob corn to unquarantined area. 
Legal costs 



Customs and Eicise — 
Customs seizures.. 
Excise seizures. . . . 
War Tax Act,... 
Attempt to bribe. 



Less — Refunds of seizures. 



Finance — 

Income Tax Act. . 
Penalty T. 3. 4. 5. 



Less — Refunds Income Tax 

Refunds penalty T. 3, 4, 5. 



?,691 80 
71 80 



Health- 
Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act. 

Food and Drugs Act 

Patent Medicine Act 



Immigration and Colonization — 

Immigration Acts (See refunds page 151) 
Deposit forfeited 



Interior — 

Migratorv Birds Convention Act. 

Parks Act 

Forestry Regulations 

Northwest Game Act 

Liquor — Northwest Territories.. . 
Theft 



Justice — 

Police Magistrate— Sault Ste. Marie 

— Whitehorse 

— Dawson 

Justice of the Peace — Canmore 

—Humboldt, Sask 

— La Tuque, Que 

— Ituna, Sask 

— Quebec, Que 

Clerk of the Peace, Toronto, Ont. (Betting house) . 
Military Service Act 



Marine and Fisheries — 

Marine Acts 

Deposit forfeited (Fisheries Branch). 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1 , 199 83 



1 



163 35 
10 00 

385 00 

232 90 
31 90 
46 45 
60 81 

165 83 

50 00 

5 00 

59 65 



373,424 51 

412,236 IS 

3,099 88 

100 00 



788,860 5' 
735,067 94 



7,718 75 
50,004 79 



57,723 54 



7.763 60 



13,645 64 

7,600 38 

61 00 



15,217 61 
45 50 



.548 75 
,399 31 
152 00 
225 00 
302 40 
10 00 



100 00 
21 00 

141 00 
24 74 
24 88 
30 00 
15 00 
40 00 

349 00 
20,000 00 



2,246 8' 
1 00 



$ cts. 



3,410 72 



53,792 63 



49,959 94 



21,307 02 



15,263 11 



2,637 46 



20,745 62 



2,247 87 



169,364 37 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



151 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Appendix No. 16 — Concluded 

Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures for the Fiscal Year 
ended March 31, 1923 — Concluded 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipt 


$ cts. 


$ 


cts. 






169 


,364 37 


Militia — 


100 00 






100 00 


Mines — 


193 79 




193 79 


Post Office- 
Post Office Acts 


795 40 
20 00 








775 40 


Railways and Canals — 


177 66 
225 00 








402 66 


Royal Canadian Mounted Pnlicr — 


1 00 




1 00 


Secretary of State- 


100 00 




100 00 


Trade and Commerce — 


148 00 

50 00 
100 00 
















298 00 
12 42 






285 58 








171 
19 


222 80 
137 43 










152 


085 37 



152 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 17 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue 













Amount 




From what source received 


Rate 


Amount 




of 


Total 












Revenue 








S 


cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 














3 90 










200 32 








3,196 23 




Finance, Income Tax Branch, premium, etc., on sun- 












dry items 










404 89 




" Premium on New York Funds transferred 












to Canada 


If 


6,000,000 


82,500 00 




" Discount on remittances received from the 












Imperial Government in payment of Mu- 














nition Workers Separation Allowance . . 










17,205 56 


103,306 68 












368 34 


Marine <fc Fisheries, Fisheries Br. premium, etc., on 
























467 12 




Marine & Fisheries, Marine Br. premium, etc., on 




















313,55 
















780 67 


















2,208 34 


Naval, premium, etc., on sundrv items 








1.80S 31 










396 88 


Secretary of State. Discount on £175.4S0 16 10 re- 














ceived at rate of $4,737 and deposited in London. 










22,754 01 




Discount od £4,605 16 4 received at rate of 
























961 07 












23,715 08 






Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — Discount on 














payment received from the Imperial Govern- 














ment at $4.51 J to one £ and deposited in 


























35,166 66 






£ 


s. 


d. 




Discount on Sterling Exchange sent to London, Eng. 
















4-39f 


25,000 








11,729 17 






4-391 


15,000 








7.01S 75 






4-411 


25.000 








11,3.54 16 






4-41 : 


25,000 








11,322 92 






4-41J 


50,000 








22,395 83 






4-42 


25,000 








11,166 67 






4-42} 


50,000 








22,208 34 






4-42! 


25,000 








11,072 91 






4-42$ 


25,000 








11,041 67 






4-42f 


20,000 








8,783 33 






4-43? 


20,000 








8,658 33 






4-431 


95.000 








40,652 OS 






4-45» 


40,000 








16,366 66 






4-46 


40.000 








16,266 66 






4-461 


25,000 








10,104 16 






4-46? 


15,000 








6,043 75 






4-46? 


40,000 








15,966 66 






4-471 


40,000 








15,816 67 






4-47; 


25,000 








9, ,854 17 






4-471 


10,000 








3,929 17 






4-47* 


125,000 








39,166 67 






4-47J 


:;.-.()( Hi 








13,620 84 






447; 


35,000 








13,577 OS 






4-481 


50,11110 








19,270 83 






4-48J 


10,000 








3,841 67 






4-4s; 


75,000 








28,737 50 






-1 is'. 


35,000 








13,358 34 






4-4S1 


10,000 








3,804 16 








407,129 15 


167,955 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUXTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 17 — Continued 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue — Continued 



153 



From what source received 



Rate 



Amount 



Amount 

of 
Revtnuc 



Total 



Brought forward 



Discount on Sterling Exchange sent to London, 
Eng.— Con. 



Discount on Plock purchased for sinking Funds — 



4Sf 
49J 

49* 

49A 
49* 

■49U 

49| 

49| 

50 

50A 

5<H 

50H 

50A 
50J 
51J 
51 J 

51| 

52| 

52! 

521 

521 

64! 

69 

69| 

69J 

691 

69f 

69! 

69| 



Carried forward. 



77'. 
"I 
78 

7s; 

7s> 

re| 

78J 

7N 



79} 
79| 
79$ 

7!i; 

79! 

79| 

80 

81 

sc,', 

86! 

87 

87! 

87J 



s. d 



45,000 

65,000 

45.000 

40,000 

40,000 

60,000 

235,000 

50,000 

225,000 

290,000 

220,000 

50,000 

6.5,000 

170,000 

20.000 

50, I 

20, 000 
25,000 
50. 000 
40,000 
90.000 
20,000 
10,000 
30, 000 
25,000 
25,000 
70,000 
50,000 
105,000 
50.000 
75,000 












































690 

1 . 260 

5.5' 4 

17,877 

8,939 

2,227 

1J225 

10,678 

3,123 

4.668 

5,300 

5,277 

12,373 

1.134 

628 

285 

1,012 

12.707 

400 

760 

1,0 '. 

2,208 

4 . 556 

L27 

121 































10 

14 
5 
7 6 

10 
10 

15 



14 

7 
12 

5 
10 (I 
13 1" 






18 
19 
111 

5 



$ cts 
407,129 15 



17,062 50 

24.361 46 

16,837 50 

14,916 66 

14,866 67 

22,262 52 

87,047 90 

18,489 58 

8-3,062 51 

106,695 86 

80,666 67 

18,302 08 

23,752 07 

58,266 67 

7, 270 83 

17,95s :;:; 

7.0S3 33 

8,791 67 

17.45s 33 

13,816 6 1 

30,975 00 

6,833 33 

3,429 17 

6,575 00 

4,416 67 

4,385 4: 

12,191 67 

8,645 S3 

17,893 

8,458 33 

12,593 75 



% cts. 
167,955 18 



3,358 00 
6,132 00 
26,885 94 
87,004 81 
43.504 35 
10,839 89 
5,964 i" 
52,012 50 
15,202 25 
22,720 64 
25.795 14 
25,683 39 
60,218 S5 

3,059 35 

1,388 2S 

4,927 50 

61,844 10 

1 . 946 66 

3,698 66 

4.993 20 

10,750 16 

22,663 92 

620 50 

590 08 



1,182,496 88 



507,324 84 1,350,452 06 



154 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 17 — Concluded 
Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue — Concluded 









Amount 




From what source received 


Rate 


Amount 


of 
Revenue 


Total 






£ s. d. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 








507,324 84 


1,350,452 06 


Discount on stock purchased for Sinking Funds — Con. 












88 


1,656 


8,059 20 






88* 


387 15 


1,887 05 






88A 


1,156 5 


5,627 08 






88$ 


115 


559 67 






**i 


585 


2,847 00 






89J 


2,440 10 5 


11,877 20 






90 


1,262 4 


6,141 81 






90| 


493 15 


2,402 92 






m 


190 


924 67 


547,651 44 






Discount on bonds purchased for Sinking Funds- 




$ cts. 








98-50 


20,000 00 


300 00 






98-60 


45,000 00 


630 00 






98-65 


15,000 00 


202 50 






1,132 50 




Less premium on bonds purchased for Sinking Funds 


10005 


5,000 00 


2 50 


1 130 00 






I ! lOU \J\J 




1,899,233 50 






SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 18 

Superannuation 



155 



From what source received 


Superannuation 
Revenue 


Superannuation 
Fund No. 2 


Charges of Management — 
Assistant Receiver General — 


$ cts 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 
56 70 






61 20 






Civil Government — 


81 75 

40 00 
454 28 

39 35 
829 46 
109 80 
247 30 
170 35 

21 00 

76 60 
191 45 

17 10 
643 74 
586 72 
158 78 
196 48 
285 39 


140 00 














266 70 














1,834 36 














42 00 
3 15 










Health . .'... 


















72 60 














654 35 

66 25 

705 14 

737 10 

336 02 

357 00 

107 23 

1,380 06 

154 62 

422 91 

98 02 

210 00 




































32 40 

1,109 50 

218 38 

220 87 

93 29 

14 40 

116 65 

9 20 






Post Office 


















Public Works 












Secretary of State 










350 21 






5,964 30 


7,937 72 


Legislation — 


217 79 

6 60 

173 12 


249 41 








Senate 




56 00 






397 51 

2,482 18 
4,846 26 


305 41 
3,237 99 








Post Office 






5,090 57 








19 20 






6 64 
18 50 












64 90 


Interest allowed on Fund No. 2 






77,240 61 


Amount required under Chap. 17, Sec. 18, R.S. 1906, 








101,000 00 




127 28 
25 50 

416 10 
2,937 94 

537 70 

227 74 

116 48 
1,075 44 

155 00 
24 50 

378 71 








Deduct refunds on account, of overpavments of abate- 
ments, O.C. Nov. 19 and Dec. 21, 1921— 


13,776 59 


194,953 10 






















3 43 


















Indian Affairs 








Interior 




23 03 
661 04 
178 13 
682 75 
















Marine and Fisheries 














6,022 39 


13,776 59 


1,548 38 


194,953 10 



156 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Appendix No. 18 — Concluded 
Superannuation — Con eluded 



From what source received 


Superannuation 
Revenue 


Superannuation 
Fund No. 2 




S cts 
6,022 39 

162 22 

790 92 
54 43 
10 43 


$ cts. 
13,776 59 


$ cts. 
1,548 38 


S cts. 
194,953 10 










804 85 






















18 57 

46 81 

541 86 




Post Office 


1,103 89 
140 54 
525 00 
126 33 
150 00 
118 66 






































34 44 
33,331 96 




Payments to superannuated employees, Fund 
No. 2 










9,204 81 


36,326 87 










4,571 78 


158,626 23 



Appendix No. 19 

Statement showing the Loans Authorized, amounts issued and redeemed, and 
the balance negotiable under the several Acts of Parliament, on March 31, 
1923. 



1922 

April 



Dr. 



1 . To Balance 

To amount of Debt re- 
deemed — 

Dominion Stock 

Public Service Loan, New- 
York, 1916 

To payments over Re- 
ceipts in Savings Banks, 
April 1, 1922 to April 1, 
1923 



cts. 



249,588,549 90 

1,500 00 
1,000 00 

2,875,727 36 



252,466,777 26 



Cr. 



By Balance negotiable 



cts. 



252,466, 



26 



252,466,777 26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 21 

DECAYED PILOTS FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1923 

April 1— Balance from March 31. 1922 S 74.777 29 

Receipts from April 1, 1922, to March 31, 1923 10,618 52 

Interest on Bonds — 

1916-31 War Loan Bonds $ 200 00 

1917-37 War Loan Bonds 125 00 

1917 Victory Loan Bonds 522 50 

1919 Victory Loan Bonds, i year 137 50 

Montreal Harbour Bonds 640 00 

Province of Ontario Bonds 1,080 00 

Province of Quebec Bonds 240 00 

Province of Manitoba Bonds 360 00 

$ 3,305 00 

Interest on deposit with i he Government 257 32 

Exchange on coupons payable in New York 5 40 

$ 8S.963 53 

Less — Pensions to pilots, widows and minors S 8,557 41 

Less— Premium on 85,000.00, 1934 Victory Loan Bonds 811.50, 106 days 

interest S79.S5, Insurance 75 cents and Bill Stamps S2.00 100 35 

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$ 80,305 77 

Gain for year, $5,528.48. 

1923 
March 31 — Cash on deposit with the Government S 9,305 77 



Date 



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Numbers 



Amount 



Jan. 5, 1894 14 p. c. 



MONTREAL HARBOUR BONDS 
. |.Iuly 5, 1924 | J. 1231-246 



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May 1, 1915 14} p.e. 

May 1, 1915 k 3 l p.c. 



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I May 1, 
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1925. 
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DOMINION OF CANADA BONDS 



Oct. 1, 1916.. 
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Dec. 1, 1937 V. Loan XX 7571Z 



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B 22260-2 inclusive 

M 12839 

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June 1, 1920 |6 p. c. 



June 1, 1921.... |6 p.c. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC BONDS 
I June 1 , 1930. . .1 |F 2092-5 

PROVINCE OF MANITOBA 
. |.Iune 1, 1941 . . .1 |WW 2195-2200 inclusive. 



4,000 00 



0,000 00 



71,000 00 
$ 80,305 77 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 161 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 22 

HALIFAX PILOTS PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion Government 

1923. 

April 1. Balance from March 31, 1922 $ 50,127 71 

Receipts from April 1, 1922, to March 31, 1923 4, 149 38 

Interest on Bonds: — 

1917 Victory Loan S 2,200 00 

1919 Victory Loan, J year 109 97 

1930-50 Loan 102 20 

2,412 17 

Interest on deposit with the Government 211 32 

$ 56,900 5S 

Less — Pensions to pilots and widows 3,949 84 

1. bs— Pn mium on §4,000 1934 Victory bonds, 514.00, 101 days' interest 

S60.90, brokerage S12.00 S6 90 

— 4,036 74 



S 52,863 84 

Gain for year S2, 736. 13 

1923. 
March 31. Cash on deposit with the Government S 4,970 51 

Bonds and Stock held by Government as under — 

5 V , Victory Loan 1917 bonds, XX14S9-96 $ 40,000 00 

: 1930-50 Dominion of Canada stock 3,893 33 

Vi tory Loan 1919 bonds 4,000 00 

47,893 33 

$ 52.S63 84 



2—11 



162 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 23 

ST. JOHN PILOTS PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion Government 

1923 

April 1— Balance from March 31 , 1922 S 21 ,865 32 

Receipts from April 1, 1922, to March 31, 1923 7,769 77 

Interest on Bonds — 

1915-25 War Loan $ 50 00 

1916-31 War Loan 6 months 25 00 

1917-37 War Loan 50 00 

1919 Victory Loan 6 months 6S 75 

Province of New Brunswick, Bonds 852 50 

1,046 25 

Interest on deposit with Government 123 09 

S 30,804 43 

Less pensions paid to pilots and widows S 4, 796 22 

Less premium on S2.500 1934 Victory Bonds, SS.75, Interest $38.05, 

Brokerage $7.50 54 30 

4,850 52 

S 25,953 91 

Gain for the year, S4.088.59. 

1923. 
March 31. — Cash on deposit with Government S 4,953 91 

Bonds held by Government as under — 

5' , War Loan 1915-25 S 1,000 00 

5<7 War Loan 1916-31 1,000 00 

5 , War Loan 1917-37 1 ,000 00 

5\7o 1919 Victory Loan Bonds 2,500 00 

Province of New Brunswick Bonds 15, 500 00 

21,000 00 

S 25,953 91 



Appendix No. 24 
SYDNEY PILOTS PENSION FUND 

In Account With the Dominion Government 

1923 

April 1— Receipts from June 1, 1922 to March 31, 1923 $ 6,798 55 

Interest on Bonds — 

1915-25 War Loan $ 50 00 

1916-31 War Loan 6 months 25 00 

1917-Victory Loan 110 00 

1919 Victory Loan 132 00 

317 00 

Interest on deposit with Government 30 S4 



$ 7,146 39 

Less pensions paid to pilots and widows, etc 3, 300 00 



Cash balance March 31, 1923 $ 3,846 39 



1923 

March 31— Cash on deposit with Governmi nt $ 3,846 39 

Bonds held by Government as under: — 

1915-25 War Loan Bonds $ 1,000 00 

" 1916-31 War Loan Bonds 1,000 00 

1917 Victory Loan Bonds 2,000 00 

5}% 1919 Victory Loan Bonds : 4.S00 00 

8,800 00 



$ 12,646 39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



163 



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Appendix No. 25 
THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £14,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion Government 

(Chapter 98, Acts of 1905.) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By proceeds of £3,200,000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in March, 
1905, and sold to Rothschilds & Sons at a net price of 
92J and accrued interest — 

£3,200.000 at 92| £2,960,000 $14,405,333 33 

Accrued interest 34,817 11 169,442 96 



£ 2,994,817 11 
Less cost of exchange in transfer to Canada 



$14,574,776 29 
15,102 21 



By proceeds of £2,000,000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in July. 
1909, and sold to Rothschilds & Sons at a net price 
of 80 and accrued interest — 

£2,000,000 at 80 £ 1,600,000 $7,786,666 66 

Accrued interest 4,014 5 19,536 02 



£ 1.604,014 5 $7,806,202 6S 
Plus profit in exchange in transfer to Canada 5,006 09 



By proceeds of £2,000 000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in July, 
1910, placed with the Bank of Montreal, London, for 
public subscription on terms to net the company at least 
£80 13 9 (actual amount received £80 14 6J per cent.) — 

£2,000,000 at SO 14 6* £1,613,978 1 $7,854,693 17 

Less interest on prepayments 1,169 15 5 5,692 88 



Plus interest allowed by Bank of 
Montreal, London, on holdings 
to date of transfer to Canada 



£ 1,612.808 5 7 $7,849,000 29 



1,732 11 4 



S.431 82 



£ 1,614,540 16 11 $7,857,432 11 
Less cost of exchange in transfer to Canada 5, 186 66 



By interest allowed by Banks on deposits 

By amount to meet the obligations of the Crown to the 
Company under paragraph 5 of the schedule to Chapter 
24 Acts of 1904 
By proceeds of £6,800.000 (balance of issue of £14,000,0001 
purchased by Dominion Government under the terms of 
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bond Purchase Act. 
1913 — 

£6,800,000 at par $33,093,333 33 

Less amount allocated for the payment of interest 
on sums raised by the company from time to 
time on the pledging of bonds — ■ 
Feb. 11. 1913, Bank of Montreal, 

Montreal 

Feb. 21. 1913, Bank of Montreal, 

London, £37,696 8 2 

May 5, 1914, Union of London and 

Smith's Bank, London, £7,128 8 9 34,691 73 

May 5, 1914, Glvnn Mills Bank, Ltd., 

London, £4,277 1 3 

May 18. 1914, Bank of Montreal, Lon- 
don, £17,108 4 5 



$ 17,376 73 
183,455 85 



20,815 04 
83,260 01 



Plus jost of exchange on transfer to 
Canada 



339,599 36 
14,118 15 



353,717 51 



To amount of payments made to the company under sundry 
certificates from the Government Chief Engineer 



cts. 



cts. 



14,559,674 08 



7,811,208 77 



7,852,245 45 
1,280,977 07 



4,994,416 66 



69,238,137 85 



,238,137 85 



32,739,615 82 



69,238,137 85 



2—12 



164 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14IGE0RGEiV,'A. 1924 

Appendix No. 26 

THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of $16,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 34, Acts of 1914.) 



By advances made by the Dominion Government against pledge of 
$7,500,000 of 4 per cent bonds, advance being by issue of Dominion Notes 
at various times and subsequently confirmed by Legislation, Chap. 4 
George V 

By proceeds of £655, 600 of this issue sold to Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart 
as follows: — 

Nov. 20, 1914, £482,400 at 92J $ 2,171,604 00 



Accrued interest. 



Jan. 26, 1915, £119,500 at 92J 
Accrued interest 



Feb. 20, 1915, £28,400 at 92J. 
Accrued interest 



Aug. 13, 1915, £25,300 at 92| 
Accrued interest 



33,508 


'Jl 


537,949 
854 


17 
18 


127,847 33 
581 17 


113,892 
423 


17 
40 



$ 2,205,112 91 



53S.803 35 



128,428 50 



114,315 57 



By proceeds of sale of balance of issue to the Grand Trunk Railway Co. . 

By interesi nccrued on deposit 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Chief Engineer 



Dr. 



12,768,775 85 



12.768.77S S5 



Cr. 



cts. 



6.000.000 00 



2,986,660 33 

3,780,000 00 

2,115 52 



12,768,775 85 



Appendix No. 27 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £1,622,586 19s. 9d. guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 11, Acts of 1908). 



By proceeds of sale of £1,263,698 19s. 9d., or $6,150,000, 3J 

per cent first mortgage debenture stock sold en bloc for..$ 6,000,000 00 
Less exchange at $4-862142 in transfer to Canada 5,577 



By proceeds of £358, 8S8 3 J per cent first mortgage debenture 
Btock sold in March, 1911, at a net price to the company 

of 92, £330,176 19s. 2d $ 1.606,861 19 

Less exchange in transfer to Canada 4,326 51 



By interest accrued to May 31, 1923, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates from 

the Government Engineer 

To balance 



May 31, 1923, By balance. 



Dr. 



$ cts 



7,173,075 12 
773,515 62 



7,946,590 74 



Cr. 



$ crs. 



5,994,422 92 



1,602,534 68 
349,633 14 



7,946.590 74 



773.515 62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 165 

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Appendix No. 28 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of $45,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 20, Acts of 1914). 



— 


Dr. 


Cr. 


By advance made by Dominion Government, August to December, 1914. 
against pledge of $12,500,000 of 4 per cent bonds, advance being by issue 
of Dominion Notes at various times and subsequently confirmed by 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
10,000,000 00 


By proceeds sale of £3,000,000 4 per cent bonds in July, 1914, at a net price 
to the Company of 91 J £ 2,745,000 $13,359,000 00 






By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 109,361 32 


13,468,361 32 


By proceeds sale of £500,000 4 per cent bonds in February, 1915, at a price 
to the Company of 91 plus accrued 

interest £ 455,000 








£ 462,145 6 5 $2,249,107 23 






2,240,827 68 
11,084,850 00 


By advance made by Columbia Trust Co., New York, September, 1915, 
against pledge of $15,333,333.34, 4 per cent bonds, said bonds being 
pledged as security for the repayment of notes issued by the Company, 
due September 1, 1917, for $11,500,000. These notes were sold on a 6 




On September 1, 1917, when these notes came due to enable the Company 
to take them up the Government advanced to the Company $9, 981 ,021 .03 
against security of $15,306,334 of the above 4 per cent bonds, the remain- 
ing bonds $27,000 were sold under the option given to holders of the notes 
at the price of 79 per cent, and the difference in proceeds namely, 6'7075% 
reverted to the credit of this account being $ 1,811 03 












1 844 98 


By interest accrued to May 31, 1923 




329, 698 96 


To amount of payments made to the Company under sundry Certificates 
from the Government engineer 


37,123,348 11 
2,234 83 














37,125,5S2 94 


37,125,582 94 


May 31 , 1923. By balance 




2,234 83 









2— 12J 



166 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
Appendix No. 29 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £7,350,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1911.) 



- — 


Dr. 


Cr 


Proceeds of £7.000,000 3J per cent first 
mortgage debenture stock sold at a net 
price to the company of 90| £6,352,500 $30,915.500 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts 




30.913,968 66 
1,001,004 71 


By advance made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 




By proceeds of sale of £33,561 in July, 

1914. of this stock at a net price of 88... £29,533 14 
By advance made by Lloyds Bank, Ltd., 

London, on £22,602 of above sto?k 

pledged as security (£70 advanced 

July. 1914, for each £100 of pledged 

securities) 15,821 8 






£45,355 2 $ 220,728 15 






220 916 99 






1,495,352 05 


To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 


33.005.146 44 
626,095 97 












May 31, 1923. Bv balance 


33,631,242 41 


33,631,242 41 
626.095 97 









Appendix No. 30 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £647,260 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1910, as amended by Chapter 8, Acts of 1912.) 



Py proceeds of sale of £647,260 in October, 1911, 3J per 
cent first mortgage debenture stock at a net price to the 

company of 92. £595,479 4s. Od $2,897,998 77 

less exchange in transfer to Canada 7.S19 69 



By interest accrued to May 31, 1923. on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 



To balance. 



May 31, 1923. By balance. 



Dr. 



$ cts 



2.952.S97 03 
18,945 69 



2,971,842 72 



Cr 



S cts. 



2,890,179 08 
81,663 64 



2,971,S42 72 
18,945 69 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



167 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Appendix No. 31 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IX ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issued of £733,561 guaranteed bv the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 7, Acts of 1912) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By proceeds of £410,959 issue, 3i. per cent debenture stock 
sold in November, 1912, at a net price to the company of 
90, £369,863 2s. Od S 1,800,000 13 

Loss on transfer to Canada 013 



cts 



By advances made by the Canadian Bank of Commerce, July, 1913, on the 
pledging of $1,350,000 3J. per cent debenture stock ($70 advanced for each 
$100 pledged) 

By advances made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July 
1913, on £45,206 35 per cent debenture stock pledged as security 

By interest accrued to May 31, 1923, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 

To balance 



cts. 



1,800,000 00 



945.000 00 

154.001 77 
41,733 55 



2,927,440 00 
13,295 32 



May 31, 1923. By balance. 



2,940,735 32 



2,940,735 32 
13,295 32 



Appendix No. 32 
INDIAN TRUST FUND 

Showing transactions in connection with the Fund 
March 31, 1923. 



during the year ended 
...a 



Dr. 



...H 
. 31 

Cr, .0c2 

oou 

— 



cts. 



Balance March 31, 1922 

Collections on land sales, timber and stone dues, rents, fines and fees. 

Interest for year ended March 31, 1923 

Legislative grants to supplement the fund 

Outstanding cheques 1920-21 

Credit transfer during the year : 

Expenditure during the year 

Balance March 31, 1923 



1,37L',7W) 35 
11,516,212 72 



005* 

> cts. 

1!,4IV:.57T 4S 

5si,a>7 SB 

13,000 00 

IbJoT 162 84 

4,072 87 



12,888,913 0; 



12,888,913 07 



168 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 33 

Dominion Note Circulation 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Denomination 


March 31, 
1919 


March 31, 
1920 


March 31, 
1921 


March 31, 
1922 


March 31, 

1923 


$ 1 


$ cts. 

15,217,260 50 

12,161,479 50 

39,439 00 

4,772.455 00 

4,200 00 

1,868,500 00 

4,146,000 00 

124.500 00 

992,000 00 

213,505,000 00 

44,000,000 00 

1,200,120 42 

27,743 25 


$ cts. 

16,550,738 50 

13,23S,914 50 

38,299 00 

3,434,275 00 

3,950 00 

2,596 000 00 

4.773,000 00 

95,000 00 

1,159,000 00 

234,105,000 00 

34,650,000 00 

1,260.871 67 

27,743 25 


$ cts. 

16,456,101 50 

12,819,010 50 

37,567 00 

3,699,880 00 

3,800 00 

2,683,500 00 

5,050,000 00 

70,000 00 

962,000 00 

191,980,000 00 

42,800,000 00 

1,293,282 67 

27,743 25 


$ cts. 

15,387,109 00 

11,335,549 50 

36,735 00 

1,886,410 00 

3,750 00 

2,728,500 00 

4,999,000 00 

13,500 00 

931,000 00 

142,505,000 00 

60,350,000 00 

1,257,162 67 

27,710 25 


$ cts. 
15.921,294 50 


2 


11,854,377 50 


4 


35,791 00 


5 


2,154,470 00 


50... 


3.750 00 


500 .. 


3,034,000 00 


1,000 . 


6,019,000 00 


500 Special 

1,000 Special 

5,000 Special 

50,000 Special 

Provincial 


2,000 00 

935,000 00 

124,845,000 00 

76,550,000 00 

1,275,372 17 

27,710 25 




298,058,697 67 


311,932,791 92 


277,S82,S84 92 


241,461,426 42 


242,657,765 42 



Appendix No. 34 

Dominion Notes Withdrawn from Circulation and Destroyed 



Denominations 


1918-19 


1919-20 


1920-21 


1921-22 


1922-23 




$ cts. 

116,631 25 

14,667,565 50 

11,845,556 00 

2.992 00 

3,200,602 50 

1,150 00 

400 00 

23 00 

346,500 00 

372,000 00 

41,000 00 

286,000 00 

2,465,000 00 


$ cts. 

119,490 25 

16.99S, 082 00 

13,355,397 00 

1,084 00 

3,333,125 00 

250 00 


$ cts. 

131,385 50 

19,607,227 00 

15,005,434 00 

468,00 

4,230,215 00 

150 00 


$ cts. 

166,187 00 

19,921,666 50 

14,733,255 00 

924 00 

3,106,630 00 

50 00 


$ cts. 
137,548 50 


$1 


17,609,605 50 


$2 


12,428,SS8 00 


$4 


952 00 


$5 


1,413,270 00 


$50 




$100 










33 00 
360,000 00 
831,000 00 
175,500 00 
323,000 00 
5,345,000 00 




$500 


461,000 00 
599,000 00 
114,000 00 
237,000 00 
4,525,000 00 


419,000 00 

635,000 00 

26,000 00 

293,000 00 

4,610,000 00 


285,000 00 


$1,000 . . 


556,000 00 


$500 Special 

$1,000 Special 

$5,000 Special 


11,500 00 

90,000 00 

11,920,000 00 

50,000 00 














Total 


33,345,420 25 


39,743,428 25 


44,957,879 50 


44,963,245 50 


44,502,764 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



169 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 35 

Dominion Notes Issued and Redeemed and in Circulation 



Fiscal Year 



Notes 

in circulation 

April 1 



Notes held by 

Asst. Rec's 

General 

April 1 



New Notes 

Issued during 

year 



Notes 

Withdrawn 

and destroyed 

during year 



Notes held by 

Asst. Rec's 

General 

March 31, 1923 



Notes 

in circulation 

March 31, 

1923 



1912-13. 
1913-14. 
1914-15. 
1915-16. 
1916-17. 
1917-18. 
1918-19. 
1919-20. 
1920-21. 
!921-22. 
1922-23 . 



S 

113,443 
112,101 
117,795 
157,056 
177,1143 
183.248 
250,798 

I 1 S.flaS 

311,932 
277,882 

241,461 



cts 

,633 40 
885 65 
638 53 
118 91 
131 54 
986 79 
860 92 
697 67 
791 92 
884 92 
426 42 



28,406, 

35,849, 

40,075, 

31,626, 

40.2S4, 

40,880, 

92,547, 

111,733, 

103,254, 

191,310, 

217, 1SS. 



cts 

318 7c 
045 00 
653 75 
678 75 
ISO 00 
156 00 
161 00 
154 00 
131 50 
159 00 
.872 00 



cts 



39,949 
44,870 
59,054 
55, 597 
35,370 
152,019 
99,791 
45,138 
98,964. 
34,420, 
51,157, 



522 
977 
750 
250 
750 
000 
250 
500 
000 
500 
000 



$ cts 

648,544 00 
950,615 87 

243.244 62 
917,736 12 
468,918 75 
802,120 87 
345,420 25 
743,428 25 
957,879 50 

963.245 50 
515,214 00 



cts. 



$ cts. 



222,634,319 00 242,657,765 42 



Appendix No. 36 

Silver Recoinage Statemfnt 



— 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

face value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss 
on recoinage 


Gain 

on recoinage 


April 30, 1913 


S cts. 

842,743 11 

154,992 10 

106,015 65 

156,830 00 

93,687 15 

79,205 65 

66,679 SO 

58,896 35 

68,083 05 

273,588 05 

177,786 95 


$ cts. 

742,672 63 

185,866 37 
96,893 15 

143,354 10 
85,506 45 
72,131 20 
60,516 50 
57,641 00 
71.584 45 

133,784 15 


$ cts. 

53,543 37 
15,652 84 
9,122 50 
13,475 90 
8,180 70 
7,074 45 
6,163 30 
1,255 35 


$ eta. 


April 30, 1914 




March 31, 1915 




March 31, 1916 




March 31, 1917 




March 31, 1918 




March 31, 1919 




March 31, 1920 




March 31, 1921 


3,501 40 
7,841 35 


March 31, 1922 




March 31, 1923 














2,078,507 86 


1,649,950 00 


114, 46S 41 


11,342 75 



Balance held for recoinage face value March 31, 1923, $325,432 20. 

Appendix No. 37 

Copper Recoinage Statement 



— 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

face value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss 
on recoinage 


Gain 
on recoinage 


April 30, 1913 


$ cts. 

266 17 

55 32 

46 50 

54 43 

75 56 

62 84 

89 02 

123 96 

157 27 

464 88 

347 79 


$ cts. 

201 44 
70 87 
43 78 
51 53 
72 04 
59 50 
83 82 
118 94 
262 43 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


March 31, 1914 


49 IS 
2 72 

2 90 

3 52 
3 34 
5 20 
5 02 








March 31, 1916 




March 31, 1917 




March 31, 1918 




March 31, 1919 




March 31, 1920 




March 31 , 1921 


105 16 


March 31, 1922 






March 31, 1923 


1,088 50 




430 50 










1,743 74 


2,052 85 


71 SS 


535 66 



Balance held for recoinage face value March 31, 1923, $154.67. 



170 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 38 

Dominion Notes Issued to Assistant Receivers General 



Denominations 


1917—18 


1918—19 


1919—20 


1920—21 


1921—22 


1922-23 


$1 


$ cts. 

185,000 00 

14,828,000 00 

11,936,000 00 

2,840,000 00 

250,000 00 

230,000 00 

250,000 00 

121,500,000 00 


$ cts. 

154, S46 00 

15,380,000 00 

12,520,000 00 

3,700,000 00 

335,000 00 

555,000 00 

50,000 00 

22,100,000 00 

45,000,000 00 


$ cts. 

209,500 00 

IS, 984, 000 00 

15,000.000 00 

1,980,000 00 

865,000 00 

1,700,000 00 

250,000 00 

1,150,000 00 

5,000,000 00 


S cts. 

158,000 00 

19,624,000 00 

14,472,000 00 

2,760,000 00 

900,000 00 

995,000 00 

680,000 00 

39,375,000 00 

20,000,000 00 


$ cts. 
129,500 00 
18,212,000 00 
12,976,000 00 
480,000 00 
575,000 00 
355,000 00 
850,000 00 
875,000 00 


$ cts. 

185,500 00 

18,300,000 00 


$2 


13,064,000 00 


$5 


2,090,000 00 


$500 


407,500 00 


$1,000 


1,720,000 00 


$1,000 Special.. 
$5,000 " ... 
$50,000 " ... 


250,000 00 

140,000 00 

15,000,000 00 










Total 


152,019,000 00 


99,794,846 00 


45,138,500 00 


98,964,000 00 


34,452,500 00 


51,157,000 00 



Appendix No. 39 

Statement showing One and Two Dollar Dominion Notes in Circulation — 
Total amount of Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in Circulation and 
amount of Gold held by the Receiver General, March 31, 1882, to March 
31, 1923. 



Year 



One and Two 

Dollar Notes in 

Circulation 



Total 

Dominion Notes 

in Circulation 



Bank Notes 

in 
Circulation 



Gold held 

by the Receiver 

Generul* 



1882.. 
1883. . 
1884. . 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890. . 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 



5,675, 
5,809, 
5,427, 
5,290, 
5,195, 
5,761, 
5,933, 
5,852, 
5,974, 
6,262, 
6,211, 
6,526, 
6,362, 
6,339, 
6,606, 
6,711, 
7,306, 
7,902, 
8,599, 
9,136, 
9,546, 
10,671, 
11,241 
11,616 
12,697 
14,427 
14,119 
14,215 
15, 72S 
17,155 
19,356 
20,783 
20, 605 
20,236 
21,927 
24,041 
25,771 
27,378 
29,789 
29,275 
26,722 
27,775 



$ cts. 
413 00 
538 00 
385 00 
655 00 
631 00 
588 00 
659 00 
398 00 
395 00 
728 00 
976 00 
193 00 
517 00 

098 III! 

214 00 

754 00 

574 00 

076 00 

618 00 

829 00 

552 00 

569 00 

,646 00 

702 00 

203 00 

814 00 

524 00 

,537 00 

269 lid 

,996 00 

,015 00 

,997 00 

,876 00 

,00S 50 

267 50 

642 50 

,009 50 

740 00 

653 00 

112 00 

658 50 

672 00 



14,315, 
15,801 
16,901, 
15,600 
16,858 
14,781 
15,931, 
15,110 
15,228, 
16,156, 
16,213, 
17,587, 
19,548. 
20,946 
18,791 
21,987 
21,142 
22,933 
24,452 
28,498 
29,868 
33,777 
39, 

47,839 

47,201 

54,794 

60,455 

79,351 

87,134 

89,994 

113,443 

112,101 

117,795 

157,056 

177,943 

Is:;. IMS 

250,798 

298,058 

311,932 

277,882 

241,461 

242,657 



$ cts. 
437 77 
769 98 
296 46 
166 86 
838 28 
270 78 
679 11 
965 33 
780 65 
465 48 
525 76 
711 66 
102 45 
237 12 
747 62 
613 26 
624 76 
078 39 
442 52 
519 52 
112 05 
733 5S 
,381 33 
,250 33 
260 22 
596 86 
991 36 
,080 50 
,068 50 
270 25 
633 40 
885 65 
,638 53 
118 91 
,131 54 
986 79 
860 92 
697 67 
,791 92 
,884 92 
,426 42 
,765 42 



32,947 
34,517 
30, 197 
29,791, 
29,959, 
31,521, 
31,985, 
32,471, 
31,704, 
33,020, 
32,483, 
33,430, 
30,702, 
29,414, 
30,789, 
31,082, 
35,930, 
38,409, 
43,814, 
47,611, 
52,442, 
5s,2n;; 
59,760 
58,721 
65,991 
76,346 
69,047 
68,708 
78,265 
81,938 
95,918 
102,202 
96.S4S 
96,666 
114,804 
148,265 
191,058 
214,576 
225,769 
206,094 
162,651 
173,258 



S cts. 
260 04 
813 52 

882 51 
262 85 
916 55 
420 43 
285 27 
522 09 
2S1 61 
661 30 
965 00 

883 00 
607 00 
796 00 

457 00 
521 00 
085 00 
227 00 
91S 00 
967 00 
982 00 
484 00 

,119 00 
173 00 

,818 00 
013 00 

,s;i2 on 

458 00 
,S22 00 
,753 00 

404 00 
047 00 
,384 00 
544 00 
,604 00 
,140 00 
,404 00 
,870 00 
628 00 
,668 00 
367 00 
362 00 



2,149 

2,381 

2,548 

2,345 

4,060 

2,516 

3,452 

3,925, 

3,017, 

3,789, 

3,728, 

5,550, 

7,624, 

9,175, 

7,049, 

10,380, 

9,779, 

11,768, 

10,829, 

15,159, 

15,939, 

20,702, 

27,377, 

35,813, 

32,617, 

37,619, 

41,689, 

61,581. 

69,736 

74,159 

98,802 

98,507 

101,161 

94,644 

120,931 

118,561 

119,941 

121,141 

104,399 

83,381 

84,249 

128,740 



$ cts. 
461 92 
288 51 
794 52 
525 44 
046 84 
972 36 
022 09 
994 19 
109 53 
704 21 
463 36 
381 36 
381 36 
245 43 
897 33 
205 37 
170 97 
191 25 
263 02 
309 02 
396 55 
144 08 
S14 83 
970 43 
209 02 
596 81 
751 31 
665 45 
,110 85 
"1 40 
,395 14 
,112 81 
366 18 
423 44 
,622 98 
,338 50 
,748 92 
122 07 
455 4S 
036 63 
497 86 
,130 31 



•Includes amount held^as rcservcjagainst Savings Bank Deposits. 



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Appendix No. 40 

Statement showing Amount of Canadian Gold Coin issued by Mint to 

March 31, 1923 



— 


March 31, 
1913 


March 31, 
1914 


March 31, 
1915 


March 31, 
1916 


Total 




1 

185,000 

280,000 

32,500 

37,500 

8,000 

125,000 

162,500 

898,325 

3,885 


$ 

45,000 


$ 


$ 


$ 

230,000 








280,000 










32,500 


St. John, N.B 








37,500 










8,000 










125,000 










162,500 




2,151,410 
1,070 


897,170 
40,525 


535 


3,947,440 


By Mint 


45,480 










1,732,710 


2.197.4S0 


937,695 


535 


4,868,420 



$ 5 1,388,060 

$10 3,480,360 



Note.— First coin issued May 10, 1912. 



4,86S,420 



No Canadian Gold Coin Issued Since 1916. 



172 



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Appendix No. 41 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907; 
also coinage struck for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before Confeder- 
ation in 1867, and for Prince Edward Island before 1873, when that Pro- 
vince entered the Confederation, and coined and issued by the Royal Mint, 
Ottawa, January 1, 190S, to December 31, 1922. 



Year 


Silver 


Nickel 


Bronze 


50 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


1858 


$ 


S cts. 


$ 

150,000 


S 

125,000 


$ 

75,000 


$ cts. 
350,000 00 


$ 


s 

100,000 


1859 








95,790 


I860 
















1,114 


1861 . .. . 
















(o) 10,000 


1861 . 
















(b) 10,000 


1862 






30,000 


15,000 


5,000 


50,000 00 




(a) 


1862 








(6) 10,000 


1864 






30,000 


10,000 


5,000 


45,000 00 




(a) 10,000 


1864 








(b) 10,000 


1870 


225,000 


225,000 00 




160,000 


140,000 


750,000 00 






(j) 1871 




(c) 10,000 


1871 


100,000 
40,000 


100,000 00 
560,000 00 
400,000 00 
250,000 00 




80,000 
100.000 

60,000 
100,000 


70,000 

100,000 

40,000 

50,000 


350,000 00 
800,000 00 
500,000 00 
400,000 00 






(j) 1872 
0') 1874 










(j) 1875 








0) 1876 . ... 






40,000 


0') 1880 . ... 




100,000 00 
205,000 00 
150,000 00 
240,000 00 




150,000 
95,000 

100,000 
30,000 
15,000 
40,000 
80,000 
35,000 
50,000 
60,000 
45,000 
80,000 
52,000 
50,000 
50,000 


150,000 


400.000 00 






0') 1881 

(j) 1882 


75,000 


75,000 450.000 00 




20,000 


50, 000 
30,000 
10,000 
50,000 
85,000 
25,000 
50,000 
60,000 
50,000 
90,000 
43,000 
85,000 
25,000 


300,000 00 
300,000 00 

25,000 00 
138,000 00 
300,000 00 

85,000 00 
230,000 00 
136,585 00 
155,000 00 
200,000 00 
298,000 00 
160,000 00 
144,518 00 




40,000 


(j) 1883 








1884 






25,000 


1885 




48,000 00 

135,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

(d) 16,585 00 

50,000 00 

30,000 00 

127,500 00 

25.000 00 

55,000 00 








1886 






15,000 


1887 






15,000 


1888 


30,000 




40,000 


1889 






0') 1890 

1891 . .. . 


10,000 




10,000 




14,525 


1892 


75,500 




12,000 


1893 




20,000 


1894 

1895 


(e) 14.518 




10,000 
12,000 


1896 








65,000 


75,000 


140,000 00 




20,000 


1897 










15,000 


1898 


50,000 






72,000 


95,000 


217,000 00 






0') 1898 








10,000 


1899 


25,000 
59,000 


(/)103,895 00 
330,000 00 




120,000 
110,000 


150,000 
90,000 


398,895 00 
589,000 00 




24,000 


1900 




10,000 


0') 1900 




26,000 


1901 


40,000 
60,000 


160,000 00 

116,000 00 

200,000 00 

((7)211,537 50 




120,000 
72,000 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
100,000 
100,000 
170,000 
262,000 


100,000 
106,000 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
120,000 
130,000 
155,000 
260,000 


420,000 00 
354,000 00 
420,000 00 
311,537 50 
334,000 00 
350,000 00 
450,000 00 
809,460 75 
1,194,000 00 




41 , 000 


1902 

0") 1902 




30,000 


1903 






40,000 


0') 1903 

1904 


70,000 
30,000 
20,000 
175,000 
150,000 






100,000 00 

200,000 00 

(A)309,460 75 

522,000 00 






25,000 


1905 




20,000 
41,000 


1906 




1907 




24,000 


0') 1907 




8,000 


1908 


7.700 
126.600 
243,600 
162,000 
150,500 


22,025 00 
403,900 00 
660,300 00 
622,000 00 
622,500 00 




14,900 
210,300 
337,000 
367,700 
334,500 


18,400 
127,500 
223, 100 
239,300 
284,500 


63,025 00 

868,300 00 

1,464,000 00 

1,391,000 00 

1,392,000 00 




21,604 


1909 




39,300 


1910 




42,020 


1911 




54,480 


1912 




50,000 








Forward 


1,939,418 


7,425,703 25 


210,000 


4,329,400 


3,828,800 


17,733,321 25 




1,071,833 



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Appendix No. 41 — Concluded 

Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, London, 
and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years, 1858 to 1907, 
etc. — Concluded. 



Year 


Silver 


Xickcl 


Bronze 


50 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


Brought 


$ 

1,939,418 
138,000 
80,500 

6,000 
190,000 
334,000 
434,000 
538,000 
122,000 

4,000 


$ cts. 

7,425,703 25 

447,000 00 

303,500 00 

92,000 00 

439,700 00 

786,000 00 

1,056,000 00 

1,470,000 00 

262,000 00 

14,000 00 

6, 000 00 


$ 

210,000 


S 

4,329,400 

326,000 

194,000 

68,000 

464,300 

508,200 

574,000 

834,044 

508,000 

40,000 

IS, 000 


$ 

3,828,800 
264,000 
156,002 
40,000 
208,000 
234,000 
338,000 
434,000 
446,000 
70,000 


$ cts. 

17.733,321 25 

1,175,000 00 

734,002 00 

206,000 00 

1,302,000 00 

1,862,200 00 

2,402,000 00 

3,276,044 00 

1,338.000 00 

128,000 00 

24,000 00 


$ 


$ 

1,071,833 


1913 




55,600 


1914 




35,100 


1915 




50,400 


1916 .. 




110,700 


1917.. 




116,900 


1918 




131,917 


1919 




123,800 


1920 




200,385 


1921 


69,000 


60,700 


1922.. . 


12.400 










Total 


3,785,918 


12,301,903 25 


210,000 


7,863,944 


6,018,802 


30,1S0,567 25 


69,000 


1,969,735 







Note. — (a) New Brunswick coinage, (b) Nova Scotia coinage, (c) Prince Edward Island coinage, 
(d) Recoined from withdrawn 20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $17,074. (e) Recoined from withdrawn 
20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $15,000. (/) Including $18,895, recoined from withdrawn 20 cent pieces 
of the nominal value of $9,500 and worn silver coin of the estimated value of $10,500. (g) Partly produced 
from worn silver coin of the nominal value of $11,686.75. (A) Partly produced from worn silver coin of 
the nominal value of $2,000. (i) Including $4,525, produced from old copper and bronze coin, (j) Coined 
at|the Mint, Birmingham. 



Appendix No. 42 



Statement showing amount of United States silver and bronze coin withdrawn 
from circulation in Canada and exported during the period from April 1, 
1915, to March 31, 1923, together with the expenditure in connection there- 
with. 





1915-16 


1916-17 


1917-18 


1918-19 


1919-20 


Totals 
1910-20 




$ cts. 

524,532 81 

158,351 69 

27,610 75 

36,052 15 

181,105 01 

309, 148 47 

46,294 65 

39,747 77 

100 00 

1,630 00 


$ cts. 

562,070 66 

145,871 48 

25,398 85 

27,943 00 

171,870 28 

319,568 30 

66,774 30 

50,230 61 

100 00 

4,700 00 


$ cts. 

532,953 36 

160,058 06 

19,338 38 

26, 402 30 

172,230 62 

347,911 65 

54,151 45 

53,433 40 


$ cts. 

327,522 11 

139,160 49 

30,014 30 

59,246 60 

112,165 05 

123,517 08 

27,593 22 

31,952 63 

1,025 00 

1,442 00 


$ cts. 

199,055 79 

135,696 69 

15,555 90 

20,849 91 

113,405 16 

136,166 26 

24,420 57 

24,946 80 

1,820 00 

2,932 00 


$ cts. 

5,361,718 73 
1,743,773 99 






230,190 40 




319,598 71 




1,820,389 07 




3,587,667 26 




652,852 17 


Saskatchewan 

Prince Edward Island 


521,308 38 
3,985 00 




1 , 197 00 


11,901 00 






Total 


1,324,573 30 


1,374,527 48 


1,367,676 22 


853,638 48 


674,849 08 


14 253 384 71 








4,966 79 
5,312 97 


5,154 23 
5,360 81 


5,128 37 
4,762 58 


3,201 01 
3,699 95 


2,530 56 
3,191 69 


53,443 64 




54,685 09 




Total 


10,279 76 


10,515 04 


9,890 95 


6,900 96 


5,722 25 


108 128 73 







174 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 43 

No. 1. — Province of Ontario — Subsidy Account 



Date 

1922 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1923 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By i year's subsidy on population of 2,933,662 (Census 1921) — 

2,500,000 at SO cents per head per annum SI, 000, 000 00 

433,662 at 60 cents per head per annum 130,09s 60 

By ^ year's allowance under 47 Vic, cap. 4 

\ year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To Cash 



$ cts 



1,321,305 84 



By \ year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



1,321,305 84 



S cts. 



1,130,098 60 
71,207 24 
120,000 00 



1,321,305 84 



2,642,611 68 2,642,611 68 



No. 2. — Province of Quebec — Subsidy Account 



Date 

1922 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1923 
Jan. 1 . . . 
Jan. 2... 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By i year's subsidy on population of 2,361,199 at 80 cents per 

head per annum (Census of 1921) 

J year's allowance under 47 Vic, cap. 4 

\ year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To cash 



$ cts. 



1,128,209 94 



By \ year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



1,128,209 94 



2,256,419 SS 



$ cts. 

944,479 60 

63,730 34 

120,000 00 



1,128,209 94 



2,256,419 88 



No. 3. — Province of Nova Scotia — Subsidy Account 



Date 

1922 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1923 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By i year's subsidy on population of 523,837 at SO cents per head 

per annum (Census of 1921 ) 

1 year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

\ year's interest on debt allowance of $1,055,929.12 

To Cash 



By \ year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
ToCash 



$ cts. 



330,933 03 



330,933 03 



661,866 06 



$ cts. 

209,534 80 
95,000 00 
26,398 23 



330,933 03 



661,866 06 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Appendix No. 43 — Continued 

No. 4. — Province of New Brunswick — Subsidy Account 



175 



Date 

1922 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1923 
Jan. 1... 
Jan 2.... 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By i year's subsidy on population of 387.S76 at 80 cents per head 

per annum (Census 1921) 

By \ year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By i year's allowance in lieu of export duty on lumber 

By \ year's interest on $529,299.39 debt allowance 

To Cash 



$ cts. 



333,382 88 



By i year's subsidy and allowance as above . 
To Cash 



333,382 88 



765 76 



$ eta. 

155,150 40 

90,000 00 

75,000 00 

13,232 48 



333,382 88 



666,765 76 



No. 5. — Province of Manitoba— Subsidy Account 



Date 





Dr. 


Cr. 


1922 
July 1 


By \ year's subsidy on population of 610,118 at SO cents per head 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
244,047 20 


" 1 






95,000 00 


" 1 


By h year's allowance as authorized by section 5, subsection 1 of 
"The Manitoba Boundaries Act, 1912" — ■ 

In lieu of Public Lands on population between 

400,000 and 800,000 (J of $562,500) $281,250 00 
Less 2 year's Swamp Lands de- 
duction of 5% per annum of 
$2,769,856.66 $69,246 41 








Less $ year's University Lands 
deduction of 5% interest per 
annum on $300,000 7,500 00 






76,746 41 


204,503 59 
190,792 09 




By i year's grant of 5% per annum interest on $7,631,683.85 in 
lieu of debt as authorized by section 4 of "The Manitoba 




July 2 


To overpayment at rate of 80 cents per head per annum from 
July 1, 1921, on a population of 2,882. Payment made July 
1, 1921 on population of 613,000. Census of 1921, 610,118 

To Cash 


2,305 60 
732,037 2S 




1923 




734,342 88 


" 2 




734,342 88 












1,468,685 76 


1,468,685 76 



176 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Appendix No. 43 — Continued 
No. 6. — Province of British Columbia — Subsidy Account 



Date 



1922 
July 1... 



July 2... 

1923 

Jan. 1 . . . 

" 2... 



By J year's subsidy on population of 524, 5S2 at 80 cents per head 

per annum (Census ol 1921 . ) 

By i year's allowance under B.N. A. Act. 1907 

By J year's increased allowance under B.N.A. Act 1907, (Census 

1921) 

By i year's allowance in lieu of lands as authorized by O.C., 

Windsor, 16th May, 1871 

By i year's interest on debt allowance of 5 per cent per annum 

on $583,021 .40 

To cash 



By \ year's subsidy and allowance as above . 
To Cash 



Dr. 



cts 



369,408 33 



369,408 33 



738,816 66 



Cr. 



$ cts. 

209,832 80 
90,000 00 

5,000 00 

50,000 00 

14,575 53 

369,408 33 



738,816 66 



No. 7. — Province of Prince Edward Island — Subsidy Account 



Date 



1922 
July 1... 



July 2... 

1923 
Jan. 1.. 

" 2.. 



By \ year's subsidy on population of 109,078 at 80 cents per head 
per annum (Census 1891) 

By i year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By \ year's allowance in lieu of lands 

By | year's additional subsidy allowance under 50-51 Vic, c 8, 

By | year's further allowance in settlement of steamship service 
claim under 1 Edward 7, cap. 3, section 1 

By \ year's interest on debt of 5% per annum on $775,791 .83... . 

To \ year's deduction on Land Account balance being 5% per 
annum on $781,402.33 as authorized by O.C. Windsor, 26th 
June, 1873 

To Prince Edward Island Railway for interest on the cost and 
maintenance of the Hillsboro River bridge as authorized 
by 63-64 Vic, cap. 7 

By \ year's grant as authorized by 2 Geo. 5, cap. 42, sec. 2 

To Cash 



By \ year's subsidies and allowances as above. 

To deductions as above 

To Cash 



Dr. 



cts, 



19,560 05 

4,875 00 
186! 090 94 



24,435 05 
186,090 94 



421,051 98 



Cr. 



$ cts. 

43,631 20 
50,000 00 
22,500 00 
10,000 00 

15,000 00 
19,394 79 



50,000 00 



210,525 99 



421,051 98 



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Appendix No. 43 — Continued 

No. 8. — Province of Saskatchewan — Subsidv Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1922 
July I... 

July 2... 
Sept. 1.. 

1923 

Jan. 1 . . . 

" 2... 

March 1 



By J year's subsidy on population of 757,510 at SO cents per head 
per annum (Census of 1921 ) 

By \ year's allowance under B.N. A. Act. 1907 

To cash. 

By \ year's interest on debt allowance of o% per annum on 
$8. 107,500 

By J year's allowance in lieu of Public Lands, population between 
400.000 and S00.000, as authorized by 4-5 Edward 7, cap. 42 
(1905), sec. 20 

To cash 



By 5 year's subsidy and allowance as above. 

To cash 

By J year's allow ance as above 

To cash 



398,004 00 



483,937 50 



398,004 00 
'483;937o6 



1,763,883 00 



$ cts. 

303,004 00 
95,000 00 



202,687 50 

281,250 00 

398,004 00 
483,937 50 



1,763,883 00 



No. 9. — Province of Alberta — Subsidy Account 



Date 





Dr. 


Cr. 


1922 
July 1. 


By J year's subsidy on population of 588,454 at 80 cents per head 


5 cts. 


$ cts. 
235,381 60 








95,000 00 


July 2 
Sept. 1 




330,381 60 




By \ year's interest on debt allowance of 5% per annum on 
iS, 107,500 


202,687 50 




By J year's allowance in lieu of public lands (census 1911), popula- 
tion over 400,000 




281,250 00 






483,937 50 




1923 




330,381 60 


" 2 




330,381 60 




March 1.... 




483,937 50 






483.937 50 












1.628,638 20 


1,628,638 20 



178 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 43— Concluded. 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



Subsidy Allowances from July, 1867, to close of Fiscal Year ended March 31, 

1923 



Province 


Allowances 

for 
Government 


Allowances 
per head of 
Population 


Special 
Grants 


Interest 

on Debt 

Allowances 


Total 




S cts. 

7,040,000 00 
6,640,000 00 
5,440,000 00 
4,8S0,000 00 
4,040,000 00 
2,620,000 00 
3,091,666 67 
3,066,666 67 
4,645,000 00 


$ cts. 

76,320,380 79 

60,646,200 00 

18,728,622 40 

14,315,944 00 

7,153,811 20 

4,265,555 20 

7,752,239 60 

6,152,283 07 

10,912,548 00 


S cts 


$ cts. 

3,319,544 86 
3,794,724 73 
2,602,186 02 
1,106,520 44 
1,525,638 96 
2,137,370 43 
7,296,750 00 
7,296,750 00 
9,153,173 67 


$ cts. 

86,679,925 65 






71,080,924 73 




826,980 00 
8,130,000 00 
6,200,000 00 
2,949,625 54 
9,468,750 00 
9,000,000 00 
9,964,647 70 


27,597,788 42 




28,432,464 44 




IS, 919, 450 16 




11,972,551 17 




27,609,406 27 




25,515,699 74 




31,675,369 37 




41,463,333 34 


206,247,584 26 


46,540,003 24 


38,232,659 11 


332,483,579 95 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A. 1924 



REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS 
AND EXCISE 



CONTAINING 



ACCOUNTS OF REVENUE 

With Statements relative to the Imports, Exports and Excise 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1923 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1923 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A. 1924 



To General His Excellency the Right Honourable Lord Byng of Vimy, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., M.V.O.; Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please YorR Excellency: — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing Tables and 
Statements relative to the Imports. Exports, Customs and Excise of the 
Dominion of Canada, for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1923, as compiled 
from official returns. 



All of which is respectful!}' submitted. 



JACQUES BUREAU, 
Minister of Customs and Excise. 



Ottawa, October 30, 1923. 



in 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A. 1924 



PREFACE. 

The Customs Act contains the following provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Department of Customs: — 

"305. The Minister shall annually make to the Governor General, 
to be laid before Parliament within fifteen days after the meeting thereof, 
a report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the Department 
during the year then next preceding." 

The Inland Revenue Act also contains provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Inland Revenue Service as follows: — 

"14. The Minister shall annually make to the Governor General a 
report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the Department 
during the year then next preceding, which shall be laid before Parliament 
within fifteen days after the next meeting thereof." 

The unrevised monthly statements of imports and exports, prepared and 
published under the direction of the Department of Customs from July 1, 1900, 
ceased to be published by this department since March, 1918. 

Detailed statements, however, showing the quantity, value, and origin of 
imports and the quantity, value, and destination of exports, continue to be 
prepared and furnished monthly by the Department of Customs from April 1, 
1918, for publication by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Trade Statistics classified by countries, with other details compiled from 
Customs returns, are now published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Part I of this annual report contains tables and statements relative to the 
Customs. 

Part II of the report contains tables and statements relative to Excise. 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A. 1924 



EXPLANATORY NOTES RELATING TO CUSTOMS STATEMENTS 

In General Statement No. 15 (Pt. I) of Goods Entered for Home Con- 
sumption, the term "Entered for Home Consumption" is the technical 
term in use at the custom-house, and does not imply that the goods have 
been actually consumed in Canada, but that they have passed into the 
possession of the importer and that duty has been paid on that portion 
liable for duty. 

The value of goods imported is governed by section 40 of the Customs Act, 
which provides that the value of imported goods subject to ad valorem 
duty "shall be the fair market value thereof, when sold for home con- 
sumption in the principal markets of the country whence and at the 
time when the same were exported directly to Canada." 

In General Statement No. 17 (Pt. I) of Exports, the term "The Produce 
of Canada" includes all imported articles which have been changed in form 
or enhanced in value by further manufacture in Canada, such as sugar 
refined in Canada from imported raw sugar, flour ground from imported 
wheat, and articles constructed or manufactured from imported materials. 
"Goods not the produce of Canada" shows the exports of foreign goods 
which had been previously imported. 

Under the regulations commencing July 1, 1900, all Export entries are delivered 
at the "frontier -port of exit." and the totals thereof are credited to the 
respective ports where the goods pass outwards from Canada. In view 
of the more complete returns obtained under this system the additions 
heretofore made to the exports statistics (prior to July 1, 1900) under 
the head of "short returns" are now omitted. 

In this report, the tables of imports and exports at the several ports of entry 
indicate that merchandise of the value stated was entered inwards or passed 
outwards at the ports mentioned, but do not imply that the imports were 
all for consumption at such ports or that the exports originated there. 

The value of "Goods the Produce of Canada" is their value at the time of 
exportation at the ports of Canada whence shipped. 

The value of "Goods not the Produce of Canada" is the actual cost of such 
goods. 

The initials n.o.p. mean "not otherwise provided for." 

The expression "ton" means two thousand pounds, and "cwt." one hundred 
pounds. 

The figures shown in all statements for the Fiscal Years ended March 31, from 
1919 to 1923, are exclusive of Coin and Bullion. 



VI 



14 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A 1924 



ERRATA 

PART I 

Page 112. Total, wines, non-sparkling. General Duty should read 197,440.01. 
" 113. " " Grand Total " " 309,116.84. 

" 116. Cotton seed oil, crude. Unit of quantity should read Gal. 

" 132. Total, tobacco. General Duty should read 743,812.20. 
" 133. " Grand Total " " 743,812.20. 

" 258. Photographs, Chromos, etc., 1st Item. Russia should read Persia. 



vu 



14 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



A 1924 



INDEX TO CUSTOMS TABLES AND STATEMENTS 



No. of 
State- 
ment 


Subject 


Description 


Page 


1 


Imports and Exports 


Comparative Tables 

Total Exports and Imports entered for Home Consumption 
and duty collected from 1868 to 1923 


3 


2 


Total Trade entered for Home Consumption and Exported 
by Countries, 1873 to 1923 








4 


3 


Total Exports by Countries, 1873 to 1923 


6 


4 




Total Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption by 
Countries, 1S73 to 1923 








8 


5 


Total Duty Collected by Countries, 1873 to 1923 


10 


6 

7 


" percentage 

Imports and Exports 

Imports and Exports 

Revenue and other services. 
Imports and Exports 


Percentage of Duty on Imports entered for Home Consump- 
tion, percentage expense of collection, 1868 to 1923 

Comparative Statement of Imports entered for Home Con- 
sumption and Exports, showing percentage excess of 
Imports entered for Home Consumption over Exports, 
etc., 186S to 1923 


13 
14 


8 


Comparative Statement by Ports: Exports and Imports 


16 


9 


Tables and Statemeots for Fiscal Year, 1923 
Statement of Customs revenue and other services by Ports, 


22 


10 


Dominion Abstract, value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption by Countries, 1923 (Dutiable and Free) 
and Exports. (Goods the Produce of Canada, and 


53 


11 










articles United Kingdom, "Brit. Poss., other," and 


55 


12 










articles United Kingdom, "Brit. Poss., other," and 


56 


13 


Statement of the Value of Goods remaining in Warehouse 
1921, 1922 and 1923 








57 


14 


General Statement of Imports entered for Home Con- 






it u 


5S 


14 


Recapitulation by Provinces, General Statement of Imports 

entered for Home Consumption. Dutiable and Free... 

Abstract by Countries, value of goods entered for Home 




15 


« « 


476 






477 


16 


General Statement of Exports (Goods the Produce of 
Canada, and Goods not the Produce of Canada) 




17 




480 
607 











Vlll 



14 GEORGE V, SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 A. 1924 



PART I 



CUSTOMS 

TABLES AND STATEMENTS OF 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS 



3— i— 1 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 1 — Statement showing Value of Total Exports and Imports entered for 
Home Consumption in the Dominion, with the duty collected thereon, for 
the undermentioned years. 











Grand Total 










Total 


Imports entered 


Total 







Total Exports 


Imports entered 


for Home 


Dutv 








for Home 


Consumption 


Collected. 








Consumption. 


and Exports. 








$ 


s 


$ 


$ cts. 


Fiscal year 


ended June 30, 1S68 


57,567,888 


71,9S5,306 


129,553.194 


8,819,431 63 


" 


1869 


60,474,781 


67,402,170 


127,876,951 


8.29S.909 71 


" 


" 1870 


73,573,490 


71,237,603 


144,811.093 


9,462,940 44 


" 


1871 


74.173,618 


86,947,482 


161,121,100 


11,S43,655 75 


u 


1872 


82,639,663 


107.709,116 


190.34S.779 


13,045,493 50 


it 


" 1S73 


89,789,922 


127,514,594 


217,304.516 


13,017,730 17 


i< 


" 1874 


89.351,928 


127.404.169 


216.756,097 


14.421.SS2 67 


" 


1875 


77,886,979 


119.618,657 


197,505,636 


15,361,3S2 12 


" 


1876 


80,966,435 


94,733,218 


175,699,653 


12,833,114 48 


ii 


1877 


75,875,393 


96,300.483 


172.175.S76 


12,548,451 09 


ii 


1878 


79,323,667 


91,199.577 


170.523,244 


12,795,693 17 


" 


1879 


71,491,255 


80,341.608 


151,832,863 


12,939,540 66 


" 


" 1SS0 


87,911,458 


71,782,349 


159,693,897 


14,138,849 22 


" 


1881 


98,290,S23 


91,611,604 


189,902,427 


18,500,7S5 97 


ii 


1882 


102,137.203 


112,64s.!'- 1 : 


214,786,130 


21,708,837 43 


ii 


1883 


98,085,804 


123.137,019 


221,222,823 


23,172,308 97 


" 


1S84 


91,406,496 


108,180,644 


199,587,140 


20,164,963 37 




1885 


89,238,361 


102,710,019 


191,948,380 


19,133,558 99 




1886 


85,251.314 


99,602,694 


184,854,008 


19.44S.123 70 




1887 


89,515,811 


105,639,428 


195,155,239 


22,469,705 83 




1888 


90,203,000 


102.847,100 


193,050.100 


22,209,641 53 




" 1889 


89,189,167 


109,673,447 


198,862,614 


23.7S4.523 23 


11 


" 1890 


96,749,149 


112,765,584 


209,514,733 


24,014,908 07 


" 


1891 


98,417.296 


113,345,124 


211,762.420 


23.4S1.069 13 


" 


1892 


113,963.372 


116,978,943 


230,942.318 


20,550,581 53 




" 1893 


118.564,352 


121,705,030 


240,269,382 


21,161,710 93 


" 


1894 


117,524,949 


113,093,983 


230,618,932 


19,379,822 32 




" 1895 


113,638,803 


105,252,511 


218,891,314 


17,887,269 47 




" 1896 


121.01o.s5L 1 


110,587,480 


231,601,332 


20,219,037 32 




" 1897 


137,950,253 


111,294,021 


249.214.274 


19,891,996 77 




1898 


164,152,683 


130,69S,006 


294,85(1.689 


22.157.7S8 49 




1899 


158,896,905 


154,051,593 


312.94S.498 


25,734,228 75 




1900 


191,894,723 


180,804.316 


372,699,039 


28,889,110 13 




1901 


196,487,632 


181,237,988 


377. 725. 620 


29,106,979 89 




" 1902 


211,640,286 


202.791,595 


414,431,881 


32,425,532 31 




1903 


225.S49.724 


233,790,516 


459.640.240 


37,110,354 59 


" 


1904 


213,521,235 


251,464,332 


464,985,567 


40,954.349 14 




1905 


203,316,872 


261,925.554 


465.242,421', 


42,024,339 92 




1906 


256,586,630 


290,360,807 


546.947.437 


46,671,101 18 




Mar. 31, *1907 


205,277,197 


257,254,882 


462." 


40,290,171 70 


" 


190S 


2S0, 006,l'.0ii 


358,428,616 


638,435.222 


58,331,074 04 


" 


1909 


261,512,159 


298, 20 


559,718,116 


48,059.791 93 




1910 


301,358.529 


375.833,016 


677.191,545 


61,024,239 21 




" 1911 


297,196,365 


461,951,318 


759,147,688 


73,312,367 59 


" 


1912 


315,317.250 


547.4S2.190 


862,799,440 


S7, 576. 036 52 


11 


" 1913 


393,232,057 


"17,045 


1,068,749,102 


115,063,687 39 




" 1914 


478,997,928 


633,692,449 


1,112.690.377 


107,180,578 33 


" 




490,808,877 


587,439,304 


1,078, 248. 1S1 


79,205,910 27 




1916 




542,077,361 


1.424.91'.'. si;:; 


103,940,100 86 


ii 


" 1917 


1,375., 


873. 4M7. 426 


2,249,195.574 


147,631,454 93 


ii 


1918 


1,586,169,792 


962,543,746 


2,548,713,538 


161,595,628 51 


" 


1919 


1,268,765,285 


916,429,335 


2,185,194,620 


158,046,333 87 


" 


1920 


1,286,658,709 


1,064,528,123 


2,351,186,832 


187,524,181 77 


" 


1921 


1,210,428,119 


1,240,158.882 


2,450,587,001 


179,667,683 12 


" 


1922 


753,927,009 


747,804,332 


1,501,731,341 


121,487,393 90 


" 


1923 


945,295,837 


802,579,241 


1,747,875,081 


133,S03,370 12 



* 9 months, change of fiscal year. 

3— i— H 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



No. 2. — Statement showing Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries 
on the basis of Goods entered for Home Consumption and Exported. 



Fiscal Year 



United 
Kingdom. 



United 
States. 



France. 



Germany 



Spain. 



Portugal. 



Italy. 



Nether- 
lands. 



1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1S95. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
•1907 
1908. 

1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

191S. 

1919. 

1920. 

1921. 

1922.. 

1923.. 



107 

108 

100 

81 

81 

>3 

67 

80 

97 

95 

99 

87, 

83 

82, 

89. 

79, 

80, 

91, 

91 

106 

107, 

107, 

92, 

99 

106, 

137, 

136, 

152, 

148, 

166, 

190, 

179, 

162, 

202, 

169, 

229, 



$ 

266,624 
0S3.642 
379,969 
457. 73' 
139,708 
372,719 
288, M> 
307, 2S6 
335.37S 
871,802 
197,682 
154,242 
284,482 
143,828 
534,079 
383,705 
422,515 
743,935 
328,384 
254,984 
228,906 
256, 123 
988,727 
670,030 
639,690 
499,735 
151,978 
526.09S 
347.12U 
533, 9S3 
099,222 
368,950 
301, 4S0 
289,527 
717.174 
443, 62" 



204,428,319 
244,984,407 
246,901,573 
268,760,435 
316,732,000 
354,393,642 
301,919,644 
543,190,036 
877,834,291 
942,397,682 
633,874,234 
622,319,367 
528,202,233 
417,498,536 
521,248,669 



89, SOS, 204 

90,524,060 

80,717,803 

78, 003, 492 

77,087,914 

73,876,43 

70,904.720 

62,696,857 

73,570,33 

96,229,763 

97,701,056 

89,333,366 

86,903,935 

81,436,808 

82.767,265 

91.053.913 

94.059,844 

92,814.783 

94.S24.352 

92,125,599 

102,144,986 

SS, 844, 040 

95,932,197 

103,022,434 

111,022,513 

124,410,926 

138,140,687 

178,463,401 

182,867,238 

192,004,734 

209,389,119 

223,599,447 

240,142,642 

273.668,593 

234,964,509 

324,173,325 

272,631,127 

336,652,587 

404,331,540 

476,889,112 

008,251,944 

611,245,464 

644,026,253 

718,918,685 

1,164,502,306 

1,233,297,045 

1,224,666,313 

1,302,230,817 

1,416,878,756 

820,062,373 

921,337,459 



S 

2,055, 
2,569, 
2,154, 
2,394. 
1,730. 
1,754. 
2.247, 
1,928, 
2.294. 
2 922 
2, 934 ! 
2,160, 
2,239, 
2,509, 
2,415. 
2,642, 
2,562, 
2,894, 
2,565, 
2,770. 
3,096, 
3,0S1, 
2,920, 
3,392, 
3,292, 
5,000, 
5,447, 
5,743, 
6,979, 
8,061. 
7,921, 
7,804, 
8,570, 
9,788, 
8,108 
11,708 



195 
712 
065 
812 
062 
394 
066 
670 
1143 
931 
210 
804 
890 
581 
001 
557 
893 
154 
s77 
173 
164 
950 
456 
4S2 
H47 
613 
017 
272 
352 
042 
547 
453 
437 
078 
984 
641 



.176.478 
,022,428 
.839,442 
608,355 
404, 91S 
521,580 
552,999 
532,028 
,019,198 
,633,118 
,942.851 
.171,346 
,385,344 
. 4IIS.S21 
672,985 
563,106 
836,173 
286,136 
336,232 
526, 22S 
576,224 
S87.594 
421,135 
688,990 
538,800 
421,462 
613,025 
099,401 
162,957 
515,747 
380,336 
994,827 
S42.06S 
859,871 
541,513 
537,654 



11,373,531 
12,750.192 
14,345,865 
13,868,369 
17,944,367 
18,087,097 
23,044,891 
42,035,283 
73, 134.00S 
211,859,127 
105,993,753 
72.458.21S 
46,660,391 
21,730,443 
26,440,012 



7,536.917 

10,436,421 

12,710,35 

14,904,919 

17,616,941 

19,019,959 

7,248,996 

86,304 

14,132 

27,181 

75 

700, 0S1 

9,764,721 

6,633,097 

12,631, 2SS 



S 

502,966 
459,02' 
390,784 
445,151 
340, 75 
325,245 
394,445 
297,245 
446,337 
570,301 
749,897 
648,569 
481,910 
432,540 
481,289 
427.249 
420,794 
392,294 
555,91 
489,652 
387,861 
445,561 
436,580 
445, 592 
436,984 
578,461 
593,660 
647, 15 
897,893 
856.793 
962,497 
963,674 
779.482 
984,4 
934,469 
1,233,571 

979,536 

1,071,719 

1,182,690 

1,387,775 

1,307,598 

1,416,132 

1,467,128 

1,252,023 

1,240,725 

907,063 

928,738 

2,r,49,452 

7,427,904 

2,627,903 

2.674.9S6 



t 

266, 1S8 
294,00' 
236,790 
199,195 
175,425 
145.941 
161,258 
201,652 
165,487 
201,656 
243,192 
240.235 
227.096 
301.92 
204.671 
230, 397 
23S.106 
291.811 
191, 14S 
155,47! 
135.482 
126.469 
115,921 
88,262 
88,33' 
135, 154 
92,93 
187,801 
181,707 
234,874 
293,376 
210.053 
227,281 
218,202 
282,622 
194.121 

171,116 

200.253 

274.46S 

329,932 

392,391 

332,862 

1,004,093 
264,360 
469, 7S3 
253,298 
479,135 
510,409 

1,994,116 
310,170 
508,906 



S 

229,657 
236,296 
214,366 
183,199 
242,942 
205, 171 
181,933 
623,295 
234,723 
256,841 
322,554 
322,499 
255,712 
215,298 
245,560 
235,816 
1S6.186 
244,545 
322,808 
490,839 
661,403 
511,631 
415,919 
287,676 
333, 5i; 
495,023 
520,684 
405,029 
642,424 
963,641 
837,555 
642,891 
819,610 
769,610 
807,34 
,131,336 



2,382,112 
1,722,906 
1,341,418 
1,431,913 



319,304 
745,643 
313, 709 
653,559 
695,606 
109,492 
585,836 
966,261 
516, 787 
727,800 
791,054 



I 

229,770 
271,043 
260,503 
297,895 
296,860 
266,764 
210, 288 
273,837 
440,944 
613,241 
324.800 
333,977 
361,879 
309,559 
309,920 
332,169 
414,302 
423,309 
404,532 
846,167 
656,427 
625,764 
348, 164 
439,680 
480,531 
750,486 
.872,941 
767,781 
984,840 
1,195,856 
1.8v,l.8li9 
1,951,398 
1,505,474 
2,004,640 
1,816,967 
2,281,420 

2,515,851 

3,947,842 

3,217,597 

I, 206, 628 

5,851,267 

8,524,262 

7,024,085 

3,621,359 

2,804,307 

3,517,575 

694,394 

8,O48,0S2 

24,529,612 

13,594,985 

15,698,356 



' 9 months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 2. — Statement showing Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries 
on the basis of Goods entered for Home Consumption and Exported — 
Concluded. 



Fiscal Year. 



Belgium. 



New- 
foundland 



West 
Indies. 



South 
America. 



China 

and 

Japan. 



Switzer- 
land. 



Other 

Countries. 



Total 



1873.... 
1874.... 
1875.... 
1876.... 
1877.... 
1878.... 
1879.... 
1880.... 
1881.... 
1882.... 
1883.... 
1884.... 
1885.... 
1886.... 
1887.... 
1888.... 
1889.... 
1890.... 
1891.... 
1892.... 
1893.... 
1894.... 
1895.... 
1896.... 
1897.... 
1898.... 
1899.... 
1900.... 
1901 .... 
1902.... 
1903.... 
1904... 
1905.... 
1906.... 
•1907... 
1908.... 
1909.... 

1910.... 

1911.... 

1912.... 

1913.... 

1914... 

1915.... 

1916.... 

1917.... 

1918.... 

1919.... 

1920.... 

1921.... 

1922.... 

1923... 



364.456 
534.153 
337.674 
374,880 
318,724 
805, 692 
219,461 
837,897 
671 . 267 
045,56s 
611,112 
746,52s 
551,645 
517.472 
927,580 
505,800 
595,496 
763,146 
72s. IJii 
573,244 
268,551 
258,692 
693,019 
Ills. 7s:, 

518,218 

204,054 

168,136 

421,716 

634,592 

156,049 

950, 732 

255,930 

514,994 

175, 23S 

553, 13 

758,128 

829,033 



6,139,980 



6,387, 

7,418, 

8,829, 

9,310, 

5,135, 

394, 

679, 

4,922, 

956, 

29,510, 

44,966, 

16,264 

17,589 



70s 
641 
175 
319 
322 
077 
618 
426 
588 
511 
473 
909 
177 



S 

4,609, 
2,657, 
2,806. 
2,675 
2.7:,:; 
2,767 
2,280, 
2,002 
2,17.5 
2,468. 
2,953 
2,701 
2,022 
2,139 
2.(172 
1,945 
1,791 
1 , 65.5 
2.21S 
2,503 
3.247 
3,633. 
3,065 
2,333 
2,144 
2,632 
2,335. 
2,804, 
2,886 
3,498, 
3,714, 
3.975, 
4,528 
4,972, 
3,708 
5,185 
5,190 



552 

:>47 

055 

4' 

74s 

347 

S22 

261 

773 

432 

273 

120 

1 17:; 

30) 

946 

■42,', 

490 

4l)ii 

I'll 

90:: 
903 
154 
046 
721 
s74 
184 
323 
748 
067 
482 
157 
418 
326 
281 
200 
9*7 
721 



10 



s 

163,425 

0x0,52!! 
139,910 
291,433 
031,667 
397,996 
753,099 
489,257 
962,516 
018,956 
494,291 
720.4v; 
09X.II.57 
266.042 
017,593 
870, 149 
i:;x,109 
80S, 189 
360,926 
63X.X40 
390,377 
121,172 
681,622 
707,243 
322,230 
829,346 
,398,902 
202,119 
707,677 
472,747 
021,294 
397,290 
039,302 
944,179 
935,876 
844,390 
626,749 



5,438,571 



13,284,809 



1,701,633 
1,686,508 
1,064,593 
975, 762 
656,591 
669,804 
745,830 
1,073,421 
1,369,731 
2,314,779 
2,954,628 
2,756,371 
2,S02,042 
2.111.029 
2,625,066 
2,487,240 
2,813,58 
2,555,849 
1,782,950 
1,905,346 
2,099,356 
2,264,677 
1,610,470 
2,003.14.5 

2,505,195 
2,631,635 
2,423,994 
2,567,278 
3,440,987 
4,532,008 
5,613,612 
6,916,171 
9,425.735 
8.814,147 
7.555.644 
8,262,369 

10,961,629 



693,035 
126,200 
785,116 
611,551 
726,336 
648, S22 
is. mis 27 
436,848 30 
013.9.X6 33 
087,010 60 
219,013 74 

oix, ; in 

155,129 46, 



603, 
391, 
814, 
501, 
507, 
281, 
937, 
173, 
007, 
S14, 
880, 
942, 
243, 



12,482, 
15,363, 
14,881, 
13,046, 
11,708, 
17,855, 
18,916, 
17,438, 
28,412, 
33,687, 
37,143, 
26,608, 
26,729, 



760 
540 

135 
555 
498 
782 

41! 
096 
651 
146 

190 
212 
610 



1,709.856 
1,263,728 

694,472 
971.314 
45.5 . 7.5.5 
486.244 
50.5.513 
931,457 
1,430,734 
1,635.717 
1,750,642 
1.970,541 
2,528,369 
2.495,703 
2,819,584 
2,261.155 
2,048,712 
2,161,816 
2,202,102 
3,300. 10S 
2,766.712 
3. 06.5. 70S 
2,906,574 
3,339,429 
3,300,331 
2,829,890 
3.194,829 
2.749.759 
3,149,591 
2,555,466 
2,440,999 
3,134.959 
3.990,776 
3,684,769 
3.001,144 
4,611,199 
4,405,402 

4,892,218 



4,255, 

4,015, 

6,137, 

5,579, 

5,159, 

6,468, 

10,951, 

20.92.5, 

30,977, 

29,444, 

24,648, 

26,389, 

28,476, 



120, 

139, 

116, 

56 

69, 

61 

94 

94 

141 

268 

336 

242 

217. 

203 

219 

194 

166 

316 

244 

193 

258 

276, 

260 

332, 

223, 

357 

571 

529 

603 

780 

952 

1,392, 

1,776, 

2,042, 

1,609, 

2,752, 

2,195, 



514 
674 

12s 
10s 
066 

17s 
7S1 
22.5 
789 

092 
0411 

SSI 1 

009 
lis", 
777 
938 
905 
923 
319 
0::.; 
40) 
065 
040 
40.-, 
192 
003 
526 
976 
397 
is:; 
320 
895 
405 
o.;.5 
063 
44:: 
342 



099.99S 

927,743 

153,082 

764, 4S3 

471,734 

366,532 

291,709 

314,429 

644,170 

134,932 

706,595 

078,676 

9X11.2x1, 

363,014 

S41.913 

016,480 

167,496 

162,393 

685,842 

168,657 

465,666 

220 266 

059,444 

771.4.54 

882,830 

201.156 

215,018 

726, 187 

113,487 

161,301 

255, 103 

679,770 

2XX.03X 

119.002 

736,92 

023,736 

189,991 



2,614,038 



3,125, 
3,477 
4,312, 
4,361 
3,995 
4,504 
5,172 
3,154 
1.788, 
9,248, 
15,594, 
9,039 
8,272 



:,s: 
52 1 
054 
-■:< 
701 
220 
71! 
564 
0x2 
533 

XX!. 
392 
2s:; 



22,093,973 
27,293,881 
29,227,277 
40.573,517 
39,513,952 
39,966,900 
49,775.097 
43,823.976 
02.294,192 
93,815,383 
142,512,643 
138,159,851 
72,212,951 
96,077,994 



S 

217,304,516 
210,756,097 
197,505,636 
175,699,653 
172,175,876 
170.523,244 
151,S32,863 
159,693,807 
189,902,420 
214,786,133 
221,222,820 
199,5S7,140 
191,948.388 
184,854,009 
195.155.200 
193,050,143 
198,862,817 
209, 5U. 733 
211,762,420 
230,942,318 
240,269,382 
230 618 932 
218,891,312 
231,601,334 
249.244,274 
294,850,689 
312,948,498 
372,699,039 
377,725,620 
414,431,881 
459,640,240 
464,985,567 
405,242,426 
546,947,437 
462,532,079 
638,435.222 
559,718,116 

677,191,545 

759,147,683 

862,799,440 

1,068,749,102 

1,112,690,377 

1,078,248,181 

1.424,949,863 

2,249,195,574 

2,548,713,538 

2,185,194,620 

2,351,186,832 

2.450,587,001 

1,501,731,341 

1,747,875,081 



* 9 months. 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 3. — Statement showing Value of Exports by Countries 



Fiscal Year. 



1873.. 
1874.. 
1875.. 
1876.. 
1877.. 
1878.. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893.. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
*1907 
1908. 
1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

1918. 

1919. 

1920. 

1921. 

1922. 

1923. 



United 
Kingdom. 



38,743,848 
45,003, SS2 
40,032,902 
40,723,47 
41,567,469 
45,941,539 
36,295,71S 
45,846,062 
53,571.570 
45,274. 461 
47,145,217 
43,736.227 
41,877,705 
41.542,629 
44,571,846 
40,084,984 
38,105.126 
48,353,694 
49,280,858 
64,906.549 
64,080,493 
68,538,856 
61,856,990 
66,690,288 
77,227,502 
104,998,818 
99,091,855 
107,736,368 
105,328,956 
117.320,221 
131,202,321 
117,591,376 
101,958,771 
133,094,937 
105,135,801 
134.4S4.156 
133,745,375 

149,634,107 

136,965,111 

151,853,413 

177,982.002 

222,322,766 

211,758,863 

463,081,241 

756,071,077 

861,073,399 

560,839,116 

495,960, US 

314,228,671 

300,363,193 

379,918,526 



United 
States. 



42.072,526 
36,244,311 
29,911,983 
31,933,459 
25,775,245 
25, 244,898 
27, 165, .".111 
33,349,909 
36,866.225 
47.940.711 
41,66S,723 
38, 840, 540 
39,752,734 
36,578,769 
37,660,199 
42,572,065 
43,522,404 
40,522,810 
41,138.695 
38,988,027 
43,923.010 
35,809.940 
41,297,676 
44,448,410 
49,373.472 
45,705,336 
45,133,521 
68,619,023 
72,382,230 
71,197,684 
71,783,924 
72,772,932 
77,404,071 
97,806,552 
79,021,480 
113,520,500 
92,604,357 

113,150,778 

119,396,801 

120,534,634 

167,110,382 

200,459,373 

215,409,326 

320,225,080 

486,870,690 

441,390,920 

477,745,659 

501,130,11 

560,701,936 

304,104,177 

380,347.721 



France 



31,907 

267,212 

212,767 

553,935 

319,330 

369,391 

714,875 

812,829 

662,711 

825,573 

617,730 

390,955 

303,309 

534,363 

341,531 

397,773 

334,210 

278,552 

253,734 

367,539 

264,047 

544 1 

335,' 282 

581,540 

690,696 

1.025, 262 

1,557,7: 

1.374.77H 

1,581,331 

1,388,848 

1,341,618 

1,597,928 

1,511,298 

2,120,091 

1,409,572 

1,806,732 

3,176,096 



Germany. 



2,640, 

2,782, 

2,123, 

2,564, 

3,810, 

14,595, 

36,085, 

66,652, 

206,585, 

102,360, 

61,827, 

27,522. 

8,248, 

14,175, 



648 

092 
705 
603 
562 
705 
813 
910 
063 
853 
353 
329 
438 
091 



76, 553 

65,511 

91,019 

125,768 

34,324 

122,254 

112,090 

82,237 

84,932 

153,114 

133,697 

195,575 

264,075 

253, 29S 

437,536 

198,543 

143,603 

507,143 

532,142 

942,698 

750,461 

2,046,052 

620,976 

7", 7.531 

2,045,432 

2,837,448 

2,219,569 

1,715,903 

1,141,552 

1.692,578 

2,097,699 

1,819,223 

1,146,654 

1,872,55 

1,066,605 

2,374,60 

1,476,552 

2,501,191 

2,663,017 

3,814,914 

3,402,394 

4,433,736 

2,162,010 



655, S26 
8,217,036 
4,592,081 
10,062,879 



Portugal. 



25,080 

960 

7,300 

9,417 

62,659 

47,816 

50,596 

60,72' 

46,653 

10S.0S2 

164,925 

144,092 

132,695 

53,075 

72,020 

52,317 

13,526 

69,788 

67,110 

93,476 

44,355 

56,274 

34,101 

83,814 

50,452 

89,675 

59,178 

86,456 

155,354 

161, 823 

138,553 

98,578 

50,223 

55,686 

48,315 

106,594 

45,682 

51,944 

27,943 

114,564 

48,628 

63,999 

489,680 

634,998 

331,179 

98,256 

231,095 

1,108,904 

5,110,725 

848,495 

978,070 



191.156 

193,463 

170,784 

127,540 

129,960 

104,028 

135,748 

165, S85 

108,594 

149,744 

179,843 

172,252 

166,730 

245,450 

146.52S 

155,821 

166,021 

207,777 

120,611 

102,370 

83,001 

79,363 

5S.781 

41.666 

36,745 

87,835 

29,641 

115,016 

85,403 

105,495 

164,184 

109,340 

128,993 

89,598 

154,438 

46,865 

48,833 

59,731 

88,088 

70,390 

49,142 

55,481 

788,485 
56,726 

209,689 
14,878 

367,446 

197,497 

1,476,894 

87,664 

3S4.87S 



Italy. 



Nether- 
lands 



177,232 

190,211 

170,408 

142,787 

213,692 

151,861 

148,472 

163,787 

145,997 

163,755 

218,113 

247,151 

147,550 

108,601 

125,681 

55,090 

60,062 

81,059 

90,999 

149,280 

87,387 

109, 18S 

34,325 

56,759 

108,62 

73,765 

125.265 

260,456 

315,063 

236,899 

295,770 

240,963 

19S.973 

215,855 

352. S42 

349,839 

1,620,773 



829, 

379, 

285, 

605, 

655, 

1,840, 

10,733, 

11,468, 

3,338, 

14,030, 

16,967, 

57,771 

15,340, 

12,189, 



508 

270 
091 

719 
256 
910 
2SS 
599 
305 
724 
221 
457 
130 
S29 



13,142 

14,905 

28,724 

30,816 

94,303 

53,750 

9,713 

102,592 

215,754 

365,198 

27,599 

15,500 

24,094 

7,587 

14,859 

378 

1,222 

1,042 

14,741 

567,879 

282,569 

281,058 

140.264 

139,828 

104,422 

376,439 

372,548 

188,199 

187,378 

320.241 

619,329 

1,035,327 

550,821 

824,768 

814,977 

855,085 

1,242,730 

1,937,852 

1,397,019 

1,782,726 

2,741,713 

5,508,806 

5,254,829 

2,563,626 

1,569,314 

2,463,309 

198,985 

5,781,913 

20,291,821 
9,592,938 

10,727,688 



* 9 months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

No. 3. — Statement showing Value of Exports by Countries — Concluded 



Fiscal Year. 



1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 



Belgium. 



17,754 

240,494 

59,563 

13,825 

66,912 

49,998 

40,430 

6S8,811 

25S.433 

142, 35S 

195,705 

2s7,::7s 

72.385 

6, 565 

223,729 

17.05 

64,756 

41.S14 

72. 672 

56,213 

669,040 

708,455 

251,402 

98,031 

354.584 

97:!, 944 

849.413 

197, 79S 

806,142 

444,450 

150,505 

126.417 

739,807 

565, 166 

857, 95S 

377,479 



3,927, 

2,900, 

2,773, 

3,732, 

4,808, 

4,819, 

3,259, 

334, 

664, 

4,909, 

950, 

28,599, 

40,273, 

12,419, 

12,594, 



445 
092 
444 
222 
997 
843 
359 
762 
722 
453 
318 
104 
105 
251 
390 



New- 
foundland 



2,800,555 
1,569,079 

i.H'H,.v;i 

1,900,891 
2,112,106 
2,094,682 
1,641,417 
1,510,300 
1.523.469 
1,974,923 
2,187,338 
1,920, 150 
1,670,968 
1,754,980 
1,718,604 
1,523,827 
1,303,335 
1,185.739 
1.467. 90S 
1,750.714 
2,594,633 
2,818,592 
2,325,196 
1,782,309 
1.692, 70S 
2,167,860 
1,808,317 
2,144,070 
2,260,499 
2,381,082 
2,516,576 
2,. SOS, 751 
3,473,713 
3,213,856 
2,244,469 
3,408,518 



3,552, 
3,970, 
3,874, 
4,284, 
4,728, 
4,770, 
4,481, 
5,071, 
6,871, 
10,489, 
11,915, 
16,940, 
17,332, 
9,626, 
8,756, 



293 
952 
775 
313 
142 
200 
176 
038 
100 
321 
152 
596 

S|l) 

010 
103 



West 
Indies. 



:;.'.i.s.s, m:: 

3,778,; 

3,945,506 

3,675,320 

3,7ss,,s5S 

3,414,14' 

3,500,670 

3,544,10; 

3,147,369 

2,995,572 

3,125,031 

3,119,569 

2,535,283 

2,121,570 

2,075,411 

2,601,486 

2,759,455 

2,719,141 

3.122.770 

3,546,559 

3. 145. 70S 

3,443,761 

3,725,426 

2,810,817 

2,643,360 

2,749,080 

3.043,963 

2,870,343 

2,905,937 

3,298,912 

3.642,176 

3,583,475 

4,401,115 

4,575,212 

3,527,153 

4,543,889 



4,534, 
5,948, 
6,567, 
6,900, 
6.237, 
6,997 
6,418, 
6,403, 
9,192 
11,921, 
16,706, 
20,274 
21,562 
15,677, 
16,416 



446 
245 

307 
940 
468 
711 
479 
078 
467 
116 
634 
469 
715 
062 
128 



South 
America. 



1.285,434 

1,212,978 

785,797 

688, 209 

651,625 

654,357 

741,442 

789,940 

732,111 

941,162 

1, iv.i.957 

1,277,383 

1,461,206 

1,010,034 

1,426,660 

1,510,637 

1,488,999 

1,551,887 

1,063,172 

1,027,525 

1,326,743 

1,392,285 

1.303.474 

1,496,118 

1,405,359 

1,060,420 

1.456,051 

1,431,107 

1,519,190 

1,781,913 

2,542.056 

2,456,608 

2,880,552 

3,623,065 

3,584,329 

4,467,584 



3,478, 
4,744, 
5,149, 
4,825, 
4,352 
4,026 
2,114, 
5,125 
5,609 
5,159, 
14,975, 
14,589 
17,786 

S.S.Sl 

10,622 



476 

524 
771 
030 
278 

39s 
370 
374 
604 
709 
550 
853 
SI7 
181 
959 



China 

and 

Japan. 



S 

46,466 

39,222 

37,046 

23,075 

37,149 

102,568 

56,551 

37,546 

19,761 

106,675 

105,388 

60,979 

29,918 

63. US 

69.196 

132, 44S 

84,174 

61,751 

78,791 

283,251 

341,140 

540,849 

378,160 

668,011 

903,922 

511.919 

425,350 

368,615 

699. 569 

570, 586 

501.057 

568,983 

1,520,053 

1.467,252 

890,425 

1,705,901 



1,778, 

1,910, 

1,149, 

902, 

1,881, 

2,062, 

1,333, 

1,534, 

1,700, 

7,333, 

15,404, 

14,601, 

11,390, 

16,781, 

19,804, 



724 

810 
375 
558 
246 
404 
722 
514 
243 

see, 
580 
321 

293 
193 



Australia 



41,822 

98,733 

181,938 

79,643 

185,610 

370,723 

290,762 

139,901 

146,363 

340, 608 

375,065 

502,181 

415, 8S7 

259,960 

269,471 

446,019 

661,208 

471. 02S 

5S9, 100 

436, 603 

288,352 

322,745 

417,124 

517,258 

1,418,289 

1,630,714 

1,506.138 

1,626,441 

2,311.405 

2,586,554 

2,929,861 

2,622,756 

2,194,223 

2,082,219 

1,998,968 

2,873,461 



2,769, 
3,583, 
3,925, 
3,947, 
3,996, 
4,705, 
5,552, 
7,773, 
6,576. 
8,676, 
14,172, 
11,538, 
18,171, 
10,687, 
18,818, 



049 

447 

592 

015 

387 

822 

686 

209 

725 

257 

81 

966 

685 

is I 

681 



Other 

Countries, 



277, 954 

432,171 

349,411 

938,273 

836,151 

651,655 

587,270 

616,829 

580,881 

655,267 

451,473 

496,264 

383,822 

711,315 

362.540 

454,555 

481,051 

695.924 

523,993 

744,693 

683,413 

832,545 

853.626 

841,472 

894, 593 

S64.16S 

1,218.374 

2,160.158 

1,807.623 

5,153,000 

3.924,050 

4, VIS. 57s 

4.157,605 

3.979.S16 

3,169,865 

6,0S5,396 

7,511,386 

7,494,786 

10,056,325 

10,145,918 

12,722,644 

14,305,729 

15,349,595 

23,249,547 

21,969,558 

22,716,473 

38,866,070 

96,485,192 

88,589,767 

36,674,312 

49,498,095 



Total. 



89,789,922 

89,351,928 

77,886,979 

80,966,435 

75,875,393 

79,323,667 

71,491,255 

87,911,453 

98,290,828 

102,137,203 

98, 085, 804 

91,406,496 

89,23S,361 

85,251.314 

89.515,811 

90,203,000 

89,189,167 

96,749.149 

98,417,296 

113,963,375 

118,564.352 

117.524,949 

113,638,803 

121,013,852 

137.950,253 

164.152.6S3 

158,896.905 

191,894,723 

196,487,632 

211,640,286 

225,849,724 

213.521,235 

203,316.872 

256, 586. 630 

205,277,197 

280,006,606 

261,512,159 

301,358,529 

297,196,365 

315,317,250 

393,232,057 

478,997,928 

490,808,877 

882,872,502 

1,375,758,148 

1,586,169,792 

1,268,765,285 

1.286,658,709 

1.210,428,119 

753,927,009 

945,295,837 



• 9 months. 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



No. 4. — Statement showing Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 

by Countries. 



Fiscal 
Year. 


United 

Kingdom. 


United 
States. 


France. 


Germany. 


Spain. 


Portugal. 


Italy. 


Nether- 
lands. 


1873 


$ 

6S, 522, 776 
63,076,437 
60,347,067 
40,734,260 
39,572,239 
37,431,180 
30,993.130 
34,461,224 
43,583,808 
50,597,341 
52,052,465 
43,418,015 
41,406,777 
40.601,199 
44,962,233 
39,298,721 
42,317,3S9 
43,390.241 
42,047,526 
41,34S,435 
43,148,413 
38,717,267 
31,131, /37 
32,979,742 
29,412, 18S 
32,500,917 
37,060,123 
44,7S9,730 
43.01S, 164 
49,213,762 
58,896,901 
61,777,574 
60,342,709 
69.194.5SS 
64.5S1.373 
94,959,471 

70.6S2.944 

95,350,300 

109,936,462 

116,907,022 

138,749,998 

132,070,876 

90,160,781 

80.10S.795 

121.703.214 

81,324,283 

73,035,118 

126,359,249 

213,973,562 

117,135.343 

141,330,143 


t 

47,735,67S 

54,2S3,072 

50,805,820 

46,070,033 

51,312,669 

48,631,739 

43,739.219 

29,346,94S 

36,704.112 

48,289,052 

56,032,333 

50,492,826 

47,151,201 

44.S5S.039 

45,107,066 

4S.4S1.848 

50,537,440 

52,291,973 

53,685,657 

53,137,572 

58,221,976 

53,034,100 

54,634,521 

58,574,024 

61,649.041 

78,705,590 

93,007,166 

109.S44.37S 

110.4S5.008 

120,807,050 

137,605,195 

150.826.515 

162,738,571 

175,862.071 

155,943,029 

210,652,825 

180,026,550 

223,501,809 

2S4.934.739 

356, 354.47S 

441,141,562 

410,786,091 

428,616,927 

39S.693.720 

077,631,616 

791,906,125 

740.920,654 

801,100,700 

S56, 176, 82C 

515,958,196 

540,989,738 


$ 

2,023,288 
2,302,500 
1,941,298 
1,840,877 
1.410,732 
1,3.85.003 
1,532,191 
1,115,841 
1,631,332 
2,097,358 
2,316,480 
1,769,849 
1,935,581 
1,975,218 
2,073,470 
2,244,784 
2,228, 6S3 
2,615.602 
2,312.143 
2.402,634 
2,832,117 
2,536.964 
2,585,174 
2,810,942 
2,601,351 
3,975.351 
3,SS9,295 
4,368,502 
5,398,021 
6,672,194 
6,5S0,029 
6,206.525 
7,059.139 
7,667,9S7 
6,699,412 
9,901,909 

S, 197,435 

10,109,544 

11,563,773 

11,744,664 

15,379,764 

14,276,535 

8,449,1S6 

5,949,470 

6,481.098 

5,274,064 

3,632,900 

10,630,865 

19,138,062 

13,482,005 

12,264,921 


$ 

1,099,925 

956,917 

748,423 

4S2.5S7 

370,594 

399,326 

440,909 

449.791 

934,266 

1,48.1,004 

1,809,154 

1.07.".. 771 

2.121.263 

2,155,523 

3,235,449 

3,364,563 

3,692.570 

3. 77S.0O3 

3,804,090 

5,583,530 

3,825,763 

5,841,542 

4.794,159 

5.931.459 

6,493,368 

5,5S4,014 

7,393,456 

8,383,49S 

7.021.405 

10,823,169 

12,282,637 

8,175.604 

6.695,414 

0.087.314 

5,474,908 

S, 163,047 

6,050,365 

7,935,230 

10,047,340 

11,090,005 

14.214,547 

14,586,223 

5,086,986 

86,304 

14,132 

27,181 

75 

44,255 

1,547,685 

2,041,016 

2,56S,409 


$ 

477,886 
458,067 
383,484 
436,034 
278,098 
277,420 
343,849 
236, 51S 
399,684 
462,219 
5S4.972 
504,477 
349,215 
379,465 
409,269 
374,932 
407,268 
322,506 
488,807 
396, 173 
343,506 
389, 296 
402,479 
361, 77S 
3S6.532 
488,787 
534,482 
560,701 
742,539 
694,970 
823,944 
865,096 
729,259 
928,791 
8S6, 154 
1,126,977 

933,854 

1,019,775 

1,154,747 

1,273,211 

1,258,970 

1,352,133 

077,448 

617,025 

909,546 

80S,S07 

697,643 

1,540,548 

2,317,17! 

1,779,108 

1,696,910 


$ 

75, 032 
100,544 
66,006 
71,655 
45,465 
41,913 
25.510 
35,767 
56,893 
51,912 
63,349 
67,983 
60,366 
56,477 
58, 143 
74,576 
72,085 
84, 034 
70; 537 
53,109 
52.4S1 
47,106 
57,140 
46,696 
45,592 
47,319 
63,296 
72.7 V. 
96,304 
129,379 
120,192 
100,713 
9S.288 
128,604 
128, 0S4 
147, 256 

122,283 

140,522 

186,380 

259,542 

343,249 

277.3S1 

215, 60S 

207,634 

260,094 

238,420 

111,689 

312,912 

517.222 

222,506 

124,028 


$ 

52,425 
46,085 
43.95S 
40,412 
29,250 
53,310 
33,461 
459,508 
88,726 
93.0S6 
104,441 
75.34S 
108, 162 
106,697 
119.SS9 
180,726 
126,124 
163,486 
241,809 
341,559 
170,564 
402,443 
381,594 
230,917 
224,885 
421,258 
395,599 
144,573 

327,301 

726,742 
541,785 

401, 92S 
620,637 
553,755 
454,506 
781.497 

761,339 

893, 39S 

962, 148 

1,146,822 

1,713,585 

2,090,387 

1,472,799 

920,271 

1,227,007 

771,187 

555,112 

999,040 

1,745,331 

1,387,370 

1,601,225 


$ 

216,628 


1874 


256, 138 


1875 


231,779 


1876 


267,079 


1877 


202,557 


1878 

1879 


213,014 
200,575 


1880 


171,245 


1SS1... 


225,190 


1882 .. 


248,043 


1883.... 


297,201 


1884 


31S.477 


1885. . . 


337,785 


1886 


301,972 


1887 


295,061 


1888 


331,791 


1889 


414, 0SO 


1890 


422,267 


1891 


389,791 


1892 


278,288 


1893 


373,858 


1894 


344,706 


1895 


243,900 


1896 

1897 

1898... 


299, S52 
376, 109 

374,047 


1S99... 


500,393 


1900 

1901 

1902 


579, 5S2 
797,462 
875, 615 


1903. . 


1.270.540 


1904... 


916.071 


1905... 


954,653 


1906... 


1,179,892 


•1907 

190S 


1,001,990 
1,426,335 


1909 


1,273,121 


1910 


2,009,990 


1911 


1,820,578 


1912... 


2,423,902 


1913 


3,109,554 


1914 


3,015,456 


1915 


1,769,256 


1916 


1,057,733 


1917 


1,234,993 


1918 


1,054,176 


1919 


495,409 


1920 

19 21 


2,266,169 
4,237,791 


19 22 


4,002,047 


1923 


4,970,668 


• 9 months 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 4. — Statement showing Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 

by Countries — Concluded. 



Fiscal 
Year. 



1873... 
1874... 
1875... 
1876... 
1877. . . 
1878... 
1879... 
1880... 
1881... 
1882... 
1883... 
1884... 
1885... 
1S86... 
18S7... 
1888... 
1889... 
1890... 
1891... 
1892... 
1893... 
1894... 
1895... 
1896... 
1897... 
1898... 
1899... 
1900... 
1901 . . . 
1902... 
1903... 
1904... 
1905... 
1906... 
•1907.. 
1908... 



1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 



Belgium. 



New- 
found- 
land 



346,702 
293,659 
27S.311 
361,055 
251, S12 
255,694 
179,031 
149,086 
412,834 
503,210 
415, 40; 
459, 150 
479,260 
510,907 
703,851 
488,743 
530, 740 
721,332 
655,44s 
517,032 
599,511 
550,237 
441,617 
920, 75S 
163,632 

,230,110 
318,723 

,223,918 
828,450 
711,599 
800, 182 
129,513 
775, 187 
610,072 

,695,179 

,3S0,649 



1,901,588 

:;,2:;9.s- 

3,614,354 

3,686,419 

4,020,178 

4,490,476 

1,875,963 

59,315 

14,896 

12,97:; 

6,270 

911,40 

4,693,36s 

3,845,718 

4,994,787 



1,808.997 
1,088.468 
904,224 
774,586 
641,642 
672,665 
639,406 
581,961 
652,304 
493,509 
765,935 
780,670 
351,105 
384,321 
354,342 
421,599 
488,161 
469,711 
751.no: 
753.249 
653,270 
814,562 
739,850 
551,412 
452,076 
464,324 

.".27, 

660,678 
625,56s 
1,117,40(1 
1,197,581 
1,076,66' 
1, 054,61:', 
1,758, 125 
1,463,731 
1,777,409 



1,638, 
1.467, 
1,818, 
1,841, 
2,056, 
1,841, 
1 , 245. 
1,577, 
2,147 
2,947 
3,098 
2,146 
2,886 
1.392 
1 . 398 



428 

619 
260 

887 
974 
351 

Kin 
784 
808 

52; 

s;;4 
414 
203 
026 
726 



West 
Indies 



2,174,932 
2,307,733 
2,194,404 
1,616,113 
1,242,809 
1,033,849 
1,252,429 
2,945,154 
3,815,14 
4.02::,3,s4 

4,369,260 

3,606,91 

3,162,774 

3.144,47: 

1,942,182 

3,268,663 

3,378,654 

3,089,048 

3,238.156 

4.092,28 

4.244.669 

3.677.411 

4,794,020 

1,896,426 

1,678,870 

1.0S0.266 

1,354,939 

1,331,776 

1,801,740 

2,173,835 

2,379,2' 

4,813,815 

5,638,187 

6,591,083 

3,406,723 

S, 300, 501 



South 
America 



092,303 
366,564 
035,863 
490,878 
576,966 
503,984 
088,894 
878,121 
744,704 
,252,381 
300,764 
,539,737 
,317,859 
.265,911 
,827,826 



416,199 

473,530 

278,796 

287,553 

4,971 

15,447 

4,388 

283, 4S1 

637,620 

1,373,617 

1,464,671 

1,478.988 

1,340,836 

1.100,995 

1,198,406 

876,603 

1,324,588 

1,003,962 

71'J.77v 

877,821 

772,613 

872,392 

469,172 

567,02 

620,250 

1,425,653 

1,175,584 

992,88 

1,048.088 

1,659,074 

1,989,952 

3. 157.001 

4,035,619 

5,869,075 

5,229,818 

3, OSS, 060 



7.-3. .-9., 

217, 105 

334,136 

533,310 

528,85 

020, 15 

594, 128 

730,408 

306,837 

278,387 

437,101 

097,293 

356,073 

724,031 

106,651 



China 

and 

Japan 



1,663,390 
1,224,506 
657,426 
94S.239 
418,606 
383,676 
448,962 
893,911 
1,410,973 
1,529,042 
1,645,254 
1,909,562 
2,493,451 
2,432,585 
2,750,38S 
2,128,70 
1.964.53S 
2,100,065 
2,123,311 
3,016,857 
2.425,572 
2,524,919 
2,528,414 
2.671.418 
2,396,409 
2.317,971 
2,769,499 
2,381,144 
2,450.022 
1,984,876 
1,939,942 
2,565,976 
2,470,723 
2,217,517 
2,110,719 
2,905,298 

2,626,736 

2,981,494 

3,106,138 

3,112,982 

4,256,301 

3,517,478 

3,825,848 

4.933,735 

9,251,077 

13,592,209 

15,572,588 

14,842,516 

13,258,170 

9.608.20S 

8,671,707 



Switzer- 
land 



Other 
Countries 



120.514 

139,674 

116, 12S 

56, 168 

69,066 

61,17s 

94,781 

94,225 

141,789 

268,093 

336,040 

242,380 

217,666 

203,085 

219,777 

193,838 

166,890 

316,5: 

244,319 

192,365 

258,464 

274,825 

259.400 

332,120 

222,173 

349,678 

568, 76S 

529,176 

602. 65S 

765.010 

944,' 

1,389! 000 

1,766,991 

2,012,405 

1,004.692 

2,734,779 

2,188,265 

2,603,858 
3,102,910 
3,45S,006 
4,296,702 
4,314,805 
3,979,256 
3,525,11 
4,499,321 
3,146,482 
1,780,812 
7,758,051 
14,143,448 
8,671,608 
7,726,656 



780,222 

396,839 

621,733 

746,567 

449,973 

344.154 

413.767 

557,689 

916,926 

1,139,057 

880,057 

1,080,231 

1,189,571 

1.391.739 

2,209,902 

1,117.006 

2,025,237 

1.995. Ml 

2,572,71!. 

3, 9s-. 029 

3,782,253 

3,066,216 

1,789,334 

2,413,009 

3,571,545 

1,732,721 

2,493,264 

2,940,98S 

2,995,198 

3,436,920 

4,408,634 

6, 002. 331 

5.945.504 

6,574.4 
10,082,543 



920..,-.".:; 
025,920 
333,490 
159,062 
869,838 
549,116 
081,064 
731,929 
951,n-:; 

91 19 ,54 4 

784,366 

978,96 

850,110 

288,939 

306,849 



Total. 



S 

127,514,594 
127.404,169 
119,618,657 
94,733,218 
96,300,483 
91,199,577 
SO, 341, 60S 
71,782,349 
91,611,604 
112,64S,927 
123,137,019 
108,180,644 
102,710,019 
99,602,694 
105,639,428 
102,S47,100 
109, 673, 447 
112,765,584 
113,345,124 
116,978,943 
121,705,030 
113.093,983 
105,252,511 
110.587,480 
111,294,021 
130.69S.006 
154,051,593 
180,S04,316 
181,237,988 
202.791,595 
233,790,516 
251,464,332 
261,925,554 
290,360,807 
257. 27.4. -2 
358,42S,616 

298,205,957 

375,833,016 

461,951,318 

547.4S2.190 

675,517,045 

633,692,449 

587,439,304 

542,077,361 

873,437,426 

902,543.746 

916,429,335 

1,064,528,123 

1,240,158,882 

747,804,332 

802,579,244 



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10 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 5. — Statement showing Duty Collected by Countries. 



Fiscal 


United 


United 


France. 


Germany. 


Spain. 


Portugal. 


Italy. 


Nether- 


Year. 


Kingdom. 


States. 












lands. 




$ cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


.$ cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


1873 


7,398,460 17 


2,966,119 34 


627.831 95 


334,415 51 


102,711 21 


21,245 21 


9,320 80 


294,569 02 


1874 


7,867,481 41 


3,695,564 03 


744,059 19 


272,234 68 


112,918 73 


27,674 63 


13,626 76 


361,153 47 


1875. 


S, 881, 997 81 


3,860,877 10 


604.092 47 


173,427 65 


113,599,78 


28,421 97 


8,502 45 


394,017 97 


1876 


6,075,759 82 


4,117,223 40 


723,368 24 


134,282 11 


157,287 53 


29,302 21 


24,629 25 


459,887 53 


1877 


6,377,596 23 


4.426,394 79 


4S0, 340 56 


75,762 93 


79,515 38 


20,322 20 


15,783 10 


316,156 00 


1878. .. 


6,445,995 38 


4,794,599 63 


400, 600 04 


79,673 10 


87,755 88 


13,452 55 


19,652 43 


308,153 30 


1879 


5,561,933 02 


5.529,150 64 


501,747 90 


104,211 80 


120,385 81 


7,970 14 


19,474 5s 


329,634 07 


1880. 


6,737,977 05 


4,521,311 OS 


427,937 89 


103, 156 82 


106,720 56 


14,935 79 


30,031 12 


301,570 50 


18S1 


S, 772, 949 97 


5,657,292 75 


597,948 79 


215,108 04 


167,412 55 


25,307 99 


40,956 25 


372,335 63 


1882 


10,011,811 00 


7,082,722 29 


742, 774 93 


338,691 39 


210,766 86 


29,105 63 


34,283 98 


420,607 91 


1883 


9,897,785 16 


S, 158,023 35 


824,963 17 


388,556 85 


231,866 95 


38,135 50 


44,240 03 


535,741 81 


1884 


8,001,370 74 


7,420,461 79 


645,152 71 


554,181 88 


192,946 21 


34,228 80 


32, 1S6 80 


493,807 39 


1885 


7,617,249 45 


6,636,405 83 


650,515 29 


572,947 24 


154, 6S0 24 


29,345 65 


33,380 25 


521,318 20 


1886 


7,817,357 45 


6,790,080 76 


735,666 52 


588, 16S 44 


150,268 47 


30,510 74 


35,667 84 


602,570 19 


1887 


9,318,920 08 


7,299,591 68 


699,840 07 


1,190,267 30 


176,449 17 


33,329 SI 


31,404 53 


623,894 26 


1888 


8,972,739 84 


7,131,006 28 


796,242 70 


1,214.74s 15 


171,790 3S 


36,621 03 


42.004 78 


704,034 45 


1889 


9,450,243 70 


7,413,354 83 


S54.S05 00 


1,266,638 56 


185,969 33 


36,805 32 


32,456 70 


756,785 89 


1890 


9,576.965 75 


8, 220, 299 55 


957.312 22 


1,165,158 67 


170,028 06 


36,528 91 


37,938 11 


806,261 40 


1891 


9,114.271 75 


7,709,318 12 


932,032 53 


1,320,583 23 


217,612 94 


30,680 47 


44.sss 99 


741,462 43 


1892 


9,074.200 71 


7.S14.666 93 


931,044 99 


783,740 50 


186,168 39 


27.446 9s 


35,846 83 


697,184 17 


1893 


9,498,747 08 


7,636,075 SI 


1, OSS, 095 75 


857,264 35 


180,132 25 


27,171 69 


30,816 89 


815,200 70 


1894 


8,245,845 s7 


6,960,950 68 


1,1119. 56.x 12 


978,224 53 


207,724 63 


22,894 36 


49,073 63 


879,107 85 


1895 


7,006,676 5S 


6.897,395 04 


985,945 87 


S92.547 04 


187, 7S8 45 


24,361 92 


46,697 12 


755,251 48 


1896 


7,358,514 15 


7,767,992 63 


1,020,804 74 


1,329,186 36 


162,118 81 


22.269 68 


39,386 02 


792,609 63 


1897 


6,205,366 80 


8,147,075 10 


969.539 64 


1,489,755 60 


150, 5S7 43 


23,191 61 


33.474 05 


920,096 46 


1898 


6,649,42S 60 


9,941,624 4S 


1,183,890 30 


1,364,159 04 


176,764 64 


20.606 24 


16, 166 B2 


908,046 37 


1899 


7,328,191 92 


11,713,S5S94 


1,300,876 33 


1,903,223 16 


181,346 14 


25,559 36 


52,842 44 


1,061,622 69 


1900 


8,074,541 07 


13,491,872 86 


1,428,019 46 


2,189,798 17 


183,147 69 


28,548 59 


26,842 7:; 


1,171,550 06 


1901 


7,845,406 49 13,411,749 58 


1,794,555 55 


1,811,974 55 


1111,527 27 37,138 80 


45,171 84 


1,350,098 OS 


1902 


S. 424, 693 04 


15,155,136 39 


2,163,016 40 


2,741,263 29 


205,803 43 


42,700 86 


88,174 27 


1,306,967 57 


1903 


9,841,627 33 


17,069, SSI 19 


2.09S, 633 61 


3", 255, 121 88 


212,104 39 


45,912 40 


87,457 75 


1,527,113 35 


1904 


10,838,017 31 


19,554,585 54 


2,113,667 94 


2.172,571 04 


228,532 66 


41,226 25 


88,831 12 


1,726,681 98 


1905 


11,171,010 04 


20,580,301 56 


2,224,967 73 


1,826,789 33 


216,933 42 


39,295 27 


123,388 07 


1,570,378 88 


1906 


12,944,249 35 


22,187,102 94 


2,520,034 97 


1,852,538 47 


289,363 62 


44.716 82 


118,725 17 


1,620,711 72 


•1907.... 


11,S23,197 06 


19,0S4,73S 46 


2,219,577 38 


1,521,946 23 


197,483 36 


43,941 45 


91,853 92 


1,309,895 96 


1908 


17,265,293 25 


27,132,543 26 


3,331,350 36 


2,434,631 34 


301,055 23 


54,079 21 


126,376 10 


1,812,404 99 


1909 


13,449,341 99 


22,526,806 65 


2,801,383 52 


1,709,641 79 


255,514 39 


48,470 49 


112,251 96 


1,731,470 46 


1910 


18,032,629 10 


29,515,836 43 


3,269.278 92 


1,934,523 03 


290,268 99 


45,590 34 


156,168 96 


1,875,408 97 


1911 


20,756,810 71 


37,854,727 80 


3,342,954 67 


2,153,180 04 


237,265 35 


75,334 02 


175,984 52 


2,052,451 84 


1912 


22.367,039 82 


49,177,584 32 


3,436,947 88 


2,246,745 17 


334,321 59 


90,568 14 


197.252 39 


2,254,024 52 


1913 


27,158,162 29 


6S,929,805 04 


4,141,150 64 


2,881.497 00 


245,919 50 


119.061 09 


315,391 84 


2,570,778 05 


1914 


25,816,854 15 


61,895,167 6S 


4,223,138 30 


3,114,324 84 


250,904 64 


113,335 74 


383,037 75 


2,755,883 50 


1915 


18,447,534 18 


42,335,574 74 


2,900,280 46 


1,089,038 74 


189,612 71 


87,207 21 


279,181 33 


2,277,291 85 


1916. 


14,782,85S 14 


49,908,888 80 


2,053,019 90 


13,319 28 


130,859 23 


81,588 45 


183,779 26 


1,820,520 79 


1917 


18,801,123 35 


75,516,313 64 


1,909,617 93 


3,338 02 


168,360 18 


87,295 25 


233, 3S0 58 


1,154,834 68 


1918 


14,077,045 20 


8.8,018,758 84 


1,514,316 82 


6,408 39 


171,714 82 


68,999 65 


155,635 27 


594,803 69 


1919 


11,1(54,989 99 


87,079,923 49 


1,041,795 76 


69 20 


117,494 76 


29,761 47 


94,969 56 


137,543 82 


1920 


20,563,024 47 


112,359,727 73 


2,118,122 55 


11,019 34 


222,558 80 


56,303 41 


159.539 54 


469,554 53 






110,366,769 74 


4,360,667 54 


135.S90 10 


377,423 20 


110,965 74 


312,631 00 


2,279,379 89 


1922 


23,585,155 U 


71,864,841 71 


3,503,657 If 


229 /.MS 22 


320,168 17 


47,747 II! 


20S.4SS 61 


1,188,803 33 


1923 


28,424,485 40 74,779,233 75 


3,446,706 01 


331,728 59 


348,850 51 


38,302 5c 


231,478 54 


1,216,114 49 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 6. — Statement showing Percentage of Duty on Total Value of Goods 
entered for Home Consumption, Dutiable and Free; and percentage of 
expenses of collection of Customs Revenue in the Dominion of Canada, 
during each year from 1868 to 1923, inclusive. 



Year 


Percentage of duty 

on Total Value 

of Goods entered for 

Home Consumption, 

Dutiable and Free. 


Percentage 
Expense of Collec- 
tion of Customs 
Revenue. 


1868 


p.c. 

12-25 
12-31 
13-28 
13-62 
12-11 
10-20 
11-32 

12 S3 
13-44 

13 03 

14 03 
1610 
19-70 
20- 19 
19-27 
18-82 
18-64 
18-61 
19-50 
21-24 
21-57 
21-65 
21-21 
20- 06 
17-56 
17-38 
17-13 
16-99 
18-28 
17-87 
16-95 
16-70 
15-98 
1606 
15-99 

.15-87 
16-28 
16- 04 
1607 
15-66 
16-27 
16-11 
16-24 
15-87 
16- 00 
17 03 
16-91 
17-39 
20-47 
17-46 
16-79 
17-24 
17-61 
14 49 
• 16 25 
16 67 


p.c 

05 
07 
05 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
05 
05 
05 
05 
05 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
04 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
04 
04 
05 
04 
04 
04 
04 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
03 
02 
02 
02 
03 
04 
03 
02 
02 
03 
02 
03 
03 
02 


99 


1869 


09 


1870 


41 


1871 


21 


1872 


04 


1873 


35 


1874 


55 


1875 


44 


1876 


61 


1877 


75 


1878 


58 


1879 


56 


1880 


04 


1881 


87 


1882 


33 


1883 


26 


1884 


96 


1885 


14 


1886 


10 


1887 


64 


1888 


81 


1889 


62 


1890 


63 


1891 


83 


1892 


39 


1893 


26 


1894 


75 


1895 


13 


1896 


43 


1897 




1898 


37 


1899 


02 


1900 


71 


1901 


86 


1902 


62 


1903 


31 


1904 


31 


1905 


49 


1906 


31 


•1907 


04 


1908 


30 


1909 


15 


1910 


31 


1911 


98 


1912 


78 


1913 


74 


1914 


59 


tl915 


77 


tl916 


55 


tl917 


54 


tl918 


51 


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13 


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49 


tl921 


36 


tl922 


22 


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TExclusive of coin and bullion, and including war tax. 



14 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



No. 7. — Comparative Statement of the Values of the Imports entered for 
fiscal year from 1868 to 1923; showing also percentage excess of Imports 

entered for Home Consumption 







[mports entered for Home 
















Consumption. 






Exports. 






Merchandise. 






Merchandise. 












Coin 








Coin 










and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 






and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 










Xon- 




Dutiable. 


Free. 






Produce. 


Produce. 








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S 


S 


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$ 


8 


S 


S 


1868.... 


43.655.696 


23.434.463 


4,895,147 


71.9S5.306 


48,504.899 


4,196,821 


4.866,168 


57,567,888 


1869.... 


41.069,342 


22.0S5.599 


4,247,229 


67,402.170 


52,400,772 


3,855,801 


4.218.208 


60,474.781 


1870... 


45.127.422 


21,774,652 


4,335.529 


71.237,603 


59,043,590 


6,527,622 


8,002,278 


73,573,490 


1871 


60.094.362 


24.120.026 


2.733.094 


86,947,482 


57,630,024 


9,853,244 


6.690.350 


74,173,618 


1872 


68.276.157 


36.679,210 


2.753.749 


107,709,116 


65.831.083 


12,798,182 


4,010,398 


82,639.663 


1873 


71.198,176 


53.310.953 


3.005,465 


127. 514, 594 


76.53S.025 


9,405,910 


3.S45.9S7 


89.7S9.922 


1874 


76.232.530 


46.948,357 


4,223,282 


127,404,169 


76,741,997 


10.614,096 


1,995,835 


89,351.928 


1875 


78,138.511 


39,270.057 


2.210.0S9 


119,618,657 


69,709.823 


7,137,319 


1,039,837 


77,886.979 


1876 


60.238,297 


32.274,810 


2.220,111 


94.733.21S 


72,491.437 


7,234,961 


1,240,037 


80.966.435 


1877 


60,916,770 


33,209,624 


2.174.0S9 


96,300,483 


68,030.546 


7.111,108 


733,739 


75,875.393 


1878 


59.773,039 


30.622,812 


803,726 


91,199,577 


67.9S9.S00 


11,164.878 


168,989 


79,323.667 


1879 


55,426.836 


23,275,683 


1,639,089 


S0.341.60S 


62,431.025 


8,355,644 


704.586 


71.491,255 


1880 


54.182,967 


15,717.575 


1,881.807 


71,782.349 


72.899,697 


13.240,006 


1.771.755 


87,911,458 


1881 .. 


71,620.725 


18.S67.604 


1.123.275 


91,6U.'!U4 


83.944.701 


13,375,117 


971,005 


98. 290. 823 


1882 


85.757,433 


25.3S7.751 


1,503,743 


112,648,927 


94,137,657 


7,628.453 


371,093 


102,137,203 


18S3 


91,588.339 


30,273.157 


1.275.523 


123,137,019 


87,702.431 


9,751,773 


631,600 


98,085,804 


1884 


80, 010.49S 


25.962.4S0 


2,207,666 


108 180,644 


79,833.098 


9,389,106 


2.184.292 


91,406,496 


1885 


73.269.61S 


26,486,157 


2.954,244 


102, 710. OH 


79,131.735 


8,079,646 


2.026.9S0 


89.23S.361 


18S6 


70.65S.S19 


25,333,318 


3.610.557 


99,602,694 


77,756,704 


7.438.079 


56,531 


85,251.314 


1887 


78,120,679 


26,986.531 


532, 21S 


105.639.42S 


80.960.909 


8,549,333 


5.569 


89.515.SU 


1888 


69,645,824 


31.025, S04 


2.175.472 


102.847,100 


81,382,072 


8,803,394 


17.534 


90,203.000 


1889 


74.475.139 


34,623.057 


575.251 


109,673.447 


80,272,456 


6.93S.455 


1,978,256 


89,189,167 


1890 


77,106,286 


34,576,28' 


1, 083,011 


112.765.5S4 


85,257,586 


9,051,781 


2,439.782 


96.749,149 


1891 


74.536.036 


36,997,918 


1,811,170 


113.345,124 


88,671.738 


S.79S.631 


946.927 


98.417.296 


1892 


69.160.737 


45.999,676 


1.818,530 


116,978.94; 


99,032,466 


13 121,791 


1,809,118 


113.963,375 


1893 


69,873,571 


45,297.259 


6,534,200 


121.705.03C 


105,488,798 


8,941,856 


4,133,698 


US, 564, 352 


1894 


62.7 


46,291.729 


4,023,072 


113.093,98; 


103.S51.764 


11.S33.805 


1,839.380 


117,524,949 


1895 


58,557,655 


42,118,236 


4,576,620 


105.252,511 


102.828.441 


6.4S5.043 


4,325.319 


113,638.803 


1896 


67.239.759 


38.121,402 


5.226.319 


110,587.484" 


109,707,805 


6.606,738 


4.699,309 


121,013.852 


1897 


66,220.765 


40,397,062 


4,676,194 


111,294.021 


123,632,540 


10.825,163 


3,492,550 


137,950.253 


1898 


74.625,088 


51,682,074 


4.390,844 


130.69S.006 


144.548,662 


14.980.883 


4,623.138 


164.152.683 


1899 


89.433,172 


59.9S9.244 


4,629,177 


154.051,59; 


137,360.792 


17,520.088 


4,016.025 


158.896.905 


1900 


104.346.795 


68.304. SSI 


8.152,640 


180.804,316 


16S.972.301 


14,265.254 


8.657, 16S 


191,894,723 


1901 


105.969,756 


71,961,165 


3.307.069 


181,237,988 


177,431.336 


17,077.757 


1,978.489 


196.4S7.632 


1902 


118,657,49li 


78.0S0.30S 


6,053,791 


202,791,595 


196.019,763 


13.951,101 


1.669.4:2 


211 640. 2S6 


1903 


136.796.065 


88.298.744 


8,695,707 


233,790.516 


214,401.674 


1O.S2S.0S7 


619,98a 


225.S4SI.724 


1904 


14v 909, 576 


94,999,839 


7,554,917 


251.464.332 


19S.414.439 


12.641,239 


2.465.557 


213,521,235 


1905 


150.928.787 


101.035,427 


9,961,340 
6.620.527 


261,925,554 


190.S54.946 


10.617.115 


I. S44.SU 


203,316.872 


1906 


173.046,108 


110.694,171 


290.360.S07 


235,483,956 


11.173.846 


9,928,828 


256,586.630 


•1907.... 


152,065,529 


98,160.306 


7,029.047 


257,254,882 


180.545.306 


11.541,927 


13,189,964 


205.277,197 


1908 


2 IS, 160,047 


134.3S0.S32 


5.887,737 


358,428.616 


246.960.96S 


16,407,984 


16,637,654 


280.006.606 


1909 


175,014,160 


113.5S0.036 


9.611.761 


298,205,957 


242,603.584 


17,318,782 


1,589,793 


261,512.159 


1910 


227,264.346 


143,053. So; 


5,514,817 


375.833,016 


279,247.551 


19,516.442 


2,594,536 


301.358,529 


1911 


282.7 


170.000,791 


9.226.715 


461.951.31S 


274.316,553 


16 683,657 


7,196.155 


297,196.365 


1912 


335.304.06C 


187.100,615 


25,077,51- 


547.4S2.19tl 


290.223,857 


17.192.294 


7.601,099 


315.317.250 


1913 


441.606.SS5 


229.600.349 


4.309.S11 


675.517.045 


355,754.600 


21,313.755 


16.163.702 


393.232.057 


1914 


410,258,744 


208,935.254 


14,498,451 


633.' 


431.5ss.4riD 


23,848,785 


23,560,704 


478.997.92S 


1915 


279.: 


176, 163.71; 


131,483,396 


587,439.304 


409.41S.S36 


52.023.673 


29.366.36S 


490,808,877 


1916 


289,366,527 


218.834.607 


33.876.227 


542.077.361 


741.610.63S 


37 589.432 


103,572.432 


882,872,502 


1917 


461.733.60J 


384,717,26! 


20.9vi.54* 


S73.4S7.42i 


1,151,375.768 


27,835,332 


196,547.048 


1,375,758,148 


1918 


542.341.522 


421,191.056 


11,290,341 


974.S22.91S 


1,540,027,788 


46.142.004 


3,491,402 


1,589,661,195 


1919 


526.494.65S 


393.217.047 




916,429.335 


1,216,443.806 


52,321.479 




1,268.7 


1920 


693.655,165 


370.872.95S 




1,064,528,121 


1,239,492,09s 


47,166,611 




1,288.668,709 


1921 


847.561,406 


392,597,471 




1.240,158,882 


1,1*9,163.701 


21.264.41S 




1,210.428,119 




495 626 32.' 


252.17S.001 




747.S04.33: 


740.240.6SC 


13.686.329 




753.927.009 




537,258,782 


265.320,462 




802,579.244 


931,451,443 


13.844.394 




945,295,837 











• 9 months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



Home Consumption and Exports into and from the Dominion of Canada in each 
entered for Home Consumption over Exports or of Exports over Imports 
in each year. 



Excess Value of Mer- 
chandise imported for 
Home Consumption over 


Excess of 

total 

Exports 

over total 

Imports 

entered for 

Home Con- 

sumpti on 

including 

coin 

and 

Bullion. 


Percentage 
Excess of 
total Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
over total 
Exports 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion. 


Percentage 
Excess of 
total Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion. 


Percentage. Increase or Decrease. 




Merchandise 
Exported. 

Produce. 


Mer- 
chandise 
Exported. 

Produce 
and non- 
Produce. 


Gross Imports 
entered for Home 
Consumption com- 
pared with pre- 
ceding year. 


Gross Exports 
compared with 
preceding year. 




Increase. 


De- 
crease. 


Increase. 


De- 
crease. 




% 

18.585,260 

10,754.169 

7,858,484 

26.5S4.364 
39.124,284 
47.971.104 
46.438.S90 
47.69S.745 
20.021.670 
26.095.848 
22.406.051 
16.271.494 


5 

14,388,439 

6,898.368 
1.330,862 
16,731,120 
26,326,102 
38,565,194 
35,824.794 
40,561,426 
12.7S6.709 
18.984,740 
11,241.173 
7,915,850 


t 


p.c. 

25-04 
11-5 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


1868 








6-4 

00 09 

00-6 

20-8 


5-05 
21-7 
00-8 
11 -4 
8-6 


00-5 
12-8 

6-3 

9-9 

3-9 
6-8 
2-4 
4-5 

1-1 

00-9 
3-3 

3-2 

5-5 
4-8 

19-9 

6-6 

1-4 

120-01 

tS-9 

+37-7 


1869 


2,335,SS7 


3-3 


5-7 
22-05 
23-9 
18-4 


1870 


17-2 

30-3 

42-01 

42-6 

53-6 

17-0 

27-05 

14-9 

12-4 


1871 






1872 






1873 






1874 










1875 








3-9 


1876 






1-7 


1877 






5-3 

11-9 
10-7 


4-5 


1S7-! 








1879 


16.129,109 
6,679,219 


22-5 
7-3 




22-9 
11-8 
3-9 


ls»i) 


6 543 62S 






27-6 

22-9 

9-3 


18S1 




9,379,074 
24.407.:-: 
16,750.774 
12.544.394 
10.797.354 
15,596.968 
10,486,162 
21.SS7.2S5 
17.373.206 
14.063.58.5 

3.006.156 
740. 176 


10-3 
25-5 
18-4 
15-1 
16-8 
1S-01 
14-02 
22-9 
16-6 
15-2 
2-7 
2-6 


1882 


34 159 065 






1883 


26,139,880 
20,624,040 
18,235.433 
24 146 301 




12-1 
5-06 
3-03 

2-6 




1884 










1885 










1886 






6-06 


5-0 
00-7 


1887 


19,289.556 
28.825.7)0 
26 4 






1888 






6-6 

2-8 
00-5 
3-2 
4-04 


18S9 






7-08 
6-9 


8-5 

1-7 

15-8 

4-04 


1890 


22,862.216 
16 187 947 






1891 






1892 


9 682,032 






1893 


.5.219,147 


4,430.966 

8.3S6.292 
10.426.372 
26.656.232 
33.454.677 

4,845.312 
11,090.407 
15.249.644 

8,848.691 


3-9 
7-9 
9-4 
23-9 
25-6 
3-2 
6-1 
8.4 
4-4 


1894 










1895 








507 
00-6 
17-4 
17-9 
17-4 
00-2 
11-9 
15-3 
7-6 
4-2 
10-9 


6-5 
13-9 
18-9 


1896 








1897 








1898 


11 985.667 






1899 


3.534.577 








20-S 
2-4 
7-7 
6-7 


1900 


269.308 






1901 


460.427 






1902 


10.412.045 




3-5 
17-7 

28-8 
13-2 
25-3 
24-4 
14-0 
24-7 
55-4 
73-9 
71-7 
32-3 
19-7 


1903 


45 175 580 


32.534.341 
50.145.508 
36.624.402 
57.6.50.641 
88,511,003 
28.295,14(> 
71.051.434 
161,744,898 
213.7:: I5f 
'120,711 
163,019,920 






1904 


60 762.623 










1905 


47.798,248 






11-4 

16-9 


26-2 


1906 


69 192,568 






•1907 


104 918 987 






39-3 


36-4 


1908 


45 613 931 






1909 


90 567 876 






2603 

22-9 
1S-5 
23-4 


15-2 


1910 


177 428 555 






1911 


231. 21\ 452 




6-2 
7-3 
7-7 

14-8 


6 -09 

24-7 

21-8 

2-5 
79-9 
55-8 
t34-5 


1912 


314.334.466 






1913 


186.868.705 






1914 


M,0 








1915 






340.- 

502.320.721' 
til 2 3. 626.046 
+3.52 

: 30.586 


62-9 
57-5 
t64-8 
t38-4 
t20-8 




1916 








61-1 
T13-8 


1917 








1918 








1919 








tl6-l 
tl6-5 


too-i 


1920 


t50.995.181 
t7.563.8o2 


t29,730,763 


t2-5 


1921 


t6. 122,677 
tl4J.716.593 


fl-22 

ti7-S 


t39-7 




1923 








T7-3 


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1923 











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16 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

No. 10. — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
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Impor 


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Total 
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British Empire. 


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2,073,269 

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487,802 


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215,345 




1 , 289 










46,853 


Gold Coast ; 




188,601 

140.086 

175 

1.310,270 

1.113,365 


188,601 
1,879,567 
4,233.195 
1,235 
1,398,726 
1,962,541 


.52 347 


Hong Kong 


1,249 939 

4,086,509 
1.060 

vs. 4.5(5 
849, 176 


21.105 
17.323 


1,964,973 
2,822,335 


Malta. . 


270, 676 




233,139 

7.503 


8,756,403 


New Zealand 


8,293,765 
■'2,924 




942 
1,832.920 




942 
2.111,302 




6,390 


Trinidad and Tobago 


278,382 


42.740 


3,481,831 


Total, British Empire 


144,643,481 


34,996,324 


179,638,815 


439,625,892 


1,367,223 


449,993,115 


Other Countries. 
Abvssinia 


930 
173.334 
160,472 

101.659 
66.148 


24 . 50(1 

2,915.462 

6, (61 


930 

197.834 

3,075,934 

107. S20 

66.148 










332,756 

4.44.5.041 

7.47s 

37.515 

1 00.5 


17.5.420 

182 

18 


508 182 




4.445,223 
7,496 

37.. 51.5 


Azores and Madeira 






1 005 




3.598,491 


1,396,296 


4.994,787 


12,527.524 

12.329 

1,929,067 

213 

65.017 

313.850 

5.125.967 

151.044 

89,288 

5,069 166 

79. (lis 

2.498.342 

137.342 

654.859 

60,898 

33,639 

1,675,025 

11 lis. .577 

910 

118,124 

6,597 


66,866 


12,594,390 
12 329 






1,374,367 


10.709 


1,391,136 




1,929 067 


Bulgaria 




213 


Canary Islands. 


6,526 




0,520 

230.066 

1,460.696 

364,852 

44.104 

11,209,920 

694.447 

113,133 

493 

1,734.990 

1 , 552 




65 017 


Chile 


230.060 
399,131 

196 

782,465 

9.147 

87. 152 

82 

183, 124 

748 


506 

10,849 

890 

1,360 

2.5.7.5.5 
44.5 
631 
280 


314,356 

5,136,816 

151 934 


China 


1,061,565 

304,852 

43,908 

10,427,455 

685,300 

25,681 

411 

1,551,866 

804 


Colombia 


' osta Kica . . 
Cuba 

- Slovakia 

Denmark. 

Dutch Guiana 


5,09 

79.403 

2,498,973 

137.622 
654,859 


Wi -i Indies 

dor 




60,920 




2. 132 

9,304 

10,602, 143 

572 




2.1.12 

11,161 

12,204,921 

137,110 




Finland 


l . 857 

1,662,478 

136 538 




1 07.5 025 


,.,. 


56,514 
351 


II 175 091 


I reni h Ui ica 


95, 880 
910 




West Indies 








21 


1 IS. 1 1." 










6,597 



54 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

10. — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dooiinion of Canada, from and to each 
Country, etc. — Concluded. 



Countries. 


Imports entered for Home 
Consumption. 


Exports. 


Dutiable 
Goods. 


Free Goods. 


Total 
Dutiable 
and Free. 


Goods the 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Goods not 
the Product 

of Canada. 


Total 
Exports. 


Other Countries — Con. 


S 

1,276,090 
465,432 
1 , 145 
183,171 
139,719 
234,551 


t 

1,292,319 
2,333 
1,130 
1,086 
3,805 


$ 

2,568,409 
467,765 
2.275 
184,257 
143,524 
234,551 


S 

9,950,877 

6,595,589 

10,618 

86, 80S 

51,549 

214,267 

143,904 

1,297 

12,073,332 

1,954 

14,510,133 

50 

16,791 

400 

2,484 

3,291,096 

599,270 

51,184 

10,540,085 

31,043 

2,197,784 

224,501 

27 

250 

415,917 

346, 156 

1,039,834 

1,078,982 

384,848 

383,562 

16,161 

1,256,640 

47,554 

168,222 

137,236 

60,234 

977,061 

2,574,262 

519,196 

66,779 


f 

112,002 
110,293 


$ 

10.062,879 

6,705,882 

10.61S 




Greenland, Iceland, etc 






86 808 




500 


52 049 


Hayti 


214 °67 


Honduras 


143 904 




7,682 
934,383 


10,591 
666,842 


18,273 
1,601,225 




1 297 


Italy 


116,497 
157,544 


12,189 S29 


Italian Africa 


1 954 




6,719,883 

81 

50 

1,524 


491,132 


7,211,015 

81 

50 

8,810 


14 667 677 


Jugo-Slavia 


50 








16,791 




7,286 




174,867 
400 


Liberia 


Lithuania 




5,873 

3,652,374 

19,786 

87 

2,384,454 


5,873 

3,850,721 

21,050 

1,804 

4,970,668 

14,041 

4S7.0S4 

7,945 




2,484 




198,347 

1.264 

1,717 

2,586,214 

14,041 

455,951 


14,350 
29,537 

187,603 

93 
629 


3 305 446 


Miquelon and St. Pierre 

Morocco 


628,807 
51,184 




10,727,688 
31,043 


Nicaragua 


Norway 


31,133 
7,945 


2 197,877 


Panama 


225, 130 


Paraguay 




27 


Persia 


46,300 

889,599 

5,557 

11,668 

106 

108,395 




46,300 

4,711.644 

128. 183 

14.980 

758 

124,028 

18,830 

27,526 

850 

150,410 

5,956,643 

4,299 

1,312 

1,696,910 

496,463 

7,726,656 

31,075 

2,274 

178,286 




250 


Peru 


3,822,045 

122,626 

3,312 

652 

15,633 

IS, 830 

102 

695 


40,074 
152 


455, 991 




346 308 


Poland 


1,039,834 




375 

30 

223 


1,079 357 


Portugal 


3S4.878 
383,785 


Portuguese A/rica 




27,424 

155 

150,410 

5,955,814 

4,299 

1,312 

1,484,820 

318,229 

7,256,555 

29, 774 

2,274 

178,286 


16,161 


Russia 


61,991 


1,318,631 




47,554 


San Domingo 


829 




168,222 


Serbia 




137,236 


Siam 




16 

1,015 
10,088 
26,431 


60, 250 


Spain 


212,090 

178,234 

470, 101 

1,301 


97S.076 




2,584,350 


Switzerland 


545,627 


Syria 


66,779 


Tripoli 






Turkey 




1,446,184 
151 

369,080,218 

286,616 

747,071 

2,773 




1,446,184 


Ukraine 






151 


United States 


332,237.955 

14,903 

352,895 

106 


208,751,783 
295,257 


540, 989, 738 

310,160 

352,895 

106 


11,267,503 


380,347,721 




286,616 


Venezuela 


104 
5 


747, 175 


Virgin Islands of U.S.A 




2,778 








Total, Other Countries 


392,616,301 


230,324,138 


622,940,439 


491,825,551 


12,477,171 


504,302,722 


Grand Total, Merchandise 


537,258,782 


265,320,162 


802,579,244 


931,451,443 


13,844,394 


945,295,837 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19. 



55 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 11. — Statement showing the Value of Goods (dutiable and free), Imported 
for Home Consumption into Canada during the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1923, classified under the following heads and countries: — 



Articles. 


United 
Kingdom. 


British 

Possessions, 

all other. 


Foreign 
Countries. 




$ 

24,863,358 

16,772.439 

99,483,421 

210,925 


S 

28,638,042 

4,592,365 

5,041,790 

36,465 


1 

101,983,365 




19S,013,309 




319,330,059 




3,613,706 






Total 


141,33»,143 


38,308,SC2 


622.940.439 







56 



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14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



No. 12. — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from the Dominion 
of Canada during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923, classified under 
the following heads and countries. 





United Kingdom. 


British Possessions, 
all other. 


Foreign Countries. 


Articles. 


Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Good> not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


Food, drink and tobacco — 

Raw materials and articles 

mainly unmanufactured... 

Articles wholly or mainly 


•s 

325,139,262 

26,071,03S 

27,065,565 
791,580 


S 

14,042 

56,375 

775,089 

5,575 


S 

18,852,291 

6,344,376 

35,161,226 
200,554 


j 

236,033 
33,902 

243,226 

2,981 


? 

150.77S.919 

154,043.452 

178.172,856 
8,830,324 


S 
2,737,303 

1,764,328 
B, 650, 982 


Miscellaneous articles 


1,324,558 


Total 


379,067,445 


851,081 


60,558,447 


516,142 


491,825,551 


12,477,171 







.LV.Vf.4L REPORT, 19i 



57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



No. 13. — Comparative Statement of Goods remaining in Warehouse in 1921. 

1922 and 1923 



Article's. 



Remaining in 
Ware! 
March 31, 1921. 



Quantity. Value 



Remaining in 
War I 
March 31, 1922. 



Quantity. Value 



Remaining in 

War i 
March 31. 1923. 



Quantity. Value 



Agricultural and vegetable products 
Mainly foods — 

Breadstuff's $ 

Fruits and nuts $ 

Sugar above Xo. 16 D.S Lb. 

Sugar not above No. 16 D.S 

Molasses. . . Gal. 

Tea Lb. 

Coffee " 

Other vegetable food products... S 

Agricultural and vegetable products 
other than foods — 

Branch' Gal 

Gin 

Rum 

Whiskey 

Wines 

Other spirits 

Tobacco, unmanufactured 

Tobacco, manufactures of $ 

Vegetable products other than food S 

Animals and animal products — 

Fish $ 

Leather $ 

Other animal products $ 

Fibres, textiles and textile pro- 
ducts^ — 

Cottons S 

Flax $ 



4,791,533 

I 

320.014 
16,205,265 

3,540,840 



122.282 
130.037 
49.702 
359, 903 
187,894 
220,313 



Silk $ 

Wool ... $ 

Other fibre and textile products. . S 

Wood, wood products, paper and 
manufactures — 

Wood S 

Paper , j 

Iron and steel and manufactures of — 

Automobiles No. 

Other manufactures of iron and 

steel $ 

Other ores, metals and metal manu- 
factures . . $ 

Nob-metallic minerals and products 

Coal Ton 

Glass $ 

Oil $ 

Other non-metallic minerals and 

products $ 

( 'hemieals and chemical products. . S 

Miscellaneous $ 

Grand total 



410 



1,208.010 



I 

1.082.470 

SIT. 222 

110.651 

17,918.923 

40,812 

3,958,88' 

580, 630 

659,092 



1,418,595 

528,513 
134.203 

3.107.737 
70S. 037 
687,796 

4.013,278 
201,740 
690,058 

2,137,332 
522.455 
707,853 



4,336,800 

443.404 

1.457.07S 

6.832,715 

282,433 



455.740 
386, 990 

659,530 

2,429,833 

421,728 

5.716.400 

50,725 

448,467 

104,308 

630,993 

1,245,045 



4,865,582 

50. 1'". .t;o:. 

109, 575 

13,840,022 

3,685,789 



54,412 
142.037 

36,027 
362,130 

158.638 
160,736 



151 



1I.S0.540 



•5 

1,056,363 
654,105 
120.300 

6,860,786 
12,426 

3,731,626 
759,180 
400. 569 



4,792,233 

122.(101 
13.S29.0S4 
2,844,877 



805, 
1,927, 

270. 
6,428, 

737, 

645, 

2,247, 

83, 

316, 



1,291,846 
144,227 
371,633 



1,804,418 
157,27:; 
724, 186 

2,336,755 
137,109 



OSS, 100 

257,814 

299,455 

2,750,237 

411,337 

2,813,254 
154,400 
491,720 

71,821 

413,955 
976,086 



30, 224 
120.264 

29,655 
455, 795 
827,234 
143,181 



253 



1.433.082 



42.005 

888,059 

110,702 

6,711,819 

9,912 

3,834^947 

598,535 

1,418,721 



450, 691 
1,703,787 

146,018 

7,253,816 

699,375 

0s2.072 

2.S17.021 

55,998 

177,667 

311,999 
134,411 
785,992 



1,172.183 
274.005 
562,751 

2,092,666 
132,472 



426. 67S 
228,177 

457,065 

2,800,902 

338,429 

5. SOS. 410 

79.970 

459.432 

125.637 
501,159 

905.452 



66,155. 145 



43,359,858 



45. 266.2*7 



58 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 



No. 14. — General Statement (by Countries) of the Total Quantities and 

and the Duties Collected thereon in the Dominion 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 




General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA. 

Agricultural and Vegetable 
Products. 

A. MAINLY FOOD. 

Fruits, nuts and vegetables — 
Fruits- 
Fruits, fresh- 




Brl. 


S 


Brl. 
165.201 


s 

775,819 


% cts. 




B. S. Africa 








Apricots, quinces and nectar- 


Lb. 




Lb. 
2.041,653 


18 
136,112 


3* 










10 208 32 




Total 














2.041.728 


136, 130 


10.208 70 












Ranniuuj 


Bunch 

1 
12 

2 
6,420 

2,212.679 


5 

5 

10 

10,027 

4.205.719 


Bunch 






































United States 

Total 


















2,219.114 


4.215.766 


















Berries, via.- wild blueberries. 




2,956 
1.757 
11,474 








wild strawberries, wild rasp- 












berries and wild edible 






............ 






berries, n.o.p. 


Total 












16.187 










United States 










Blackberries, gooseberries and 


Lb. 




Lb. 
409,345 


98,705 


8.186 90 


raspberries. 
















494.697 


83,349 


9 393 94 














Brl. 




Brl. 
20.344 


212.894 


53,223 50 














Lb. 




Lb. 
16.474 


1.638 


329 48 


















2.750 


304 


27 50 




B. S. AXrica. 
















350 


11 


3 50 




















3.100 

65,766 

31.148 

400 


25 
3,952 
1,430 

35 


31 00 










657 66 










311 48 










4 00 




Trinidad and Toba- 










China 






1,614 

400,590 

16.098,134 


98 

19,051 
796,635 


16 14 










4.005 90 










160,981 34 




Total 














16,603.852 


821,541 


166. 03S 52 


















704.456 

300 

157.190 

6.836.059 


75,275 

70 

20,721 

565.377 


14.089 12 










6 00 










3.143 80 










136.721 IS 




Total 














7.698.005 


661,443 


153.960 10 













ANNUAL REPORT, 19S2-2S 



59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 



Values of Merchandise, Free and Dutiable, Imported for Home Consumption 
of Canada during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1923. 



Preferential Tariff . 


Treat; Rates 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Brl. 


I 


$ cts. 


Brl. 


5 


S cts. 


Brl. 
165.201 


1 

775,819 


% cts 
148.680 90 
















Lb. 






Lb. 






75 
2,041,553 


18 

136.112 


38 














10.208 32 




























2.041,728 


136,130 


10.208 70 


Bunch 






Bunch 


















































































































































































































Lb. 






Lb. 






409,345 


98,705 


8,186 90 




























494.697 


83.349 


9.893 94 














■ 


Brl. 






Brl. 






20,344 


212,894 


53.223 50 
















Lb. 






Lb. 






16,474 


1,638 


329 48 














2.750 

16,120 

350 

5.948 

16.669 

65,766 

672.656 

400 

9.800 

1.614 

400.590 

16,098.134 


304 

1,961 

11 

186 

419 

3.952 

26.214 

35 

189 

98 

19.051 

796.635 


27 50 


16, 120 


1,961 


80 60 








80 60 










3 50 


5,948 


186 
394 


29 74 
67 84 








29 74 


13,569 








08 S4 










657 66 


641,508 


24,784 


3,207 54 








3,519 02 










4 00 


9.800 


189 


49 00 








49 00 










16 14 














4.005 90 














160.981 34 
















686.945 


27.514 


3.434 72 








17.290,797 


849.055 


169.473 24 














704.456 

300 

157.190 

6.836.059 


75.275 

70 

20.721 

565.377 


14.089 12 














6 00 














3. It., Ml 














136.721 18 





























7,698.005 


661.443 


153.960 10 





















60 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Arti 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Agricultural and Vegetable 

Products— Continued. 

Fruits— Con. 
Fruits, fresh— Con. 

Guavas. mangoes, plantains. 






S 

19 

2 

26 

5 

6.521 




$ 


S cts. 


and poniegranan-. 














B.W. Indies 




































Total 














6.573 
























57.413 

lot: 

3 

8 

528,759 

26 

211 

150 

884,952 








/ 


B W. Indies, other.. 




































Italv 




























































Total 














1.471,628 
























2.590 




103 
1 


15 45 










15 








15 














336 


50 40 




Total 














2,605 




440 


66 00 












Melons 


No. 




No. 














168 

54 
3.912.782 


9 

6 

333.792 


5 04 










1 62 










117.383 46 




Total 














3.913.004 


333,807 


117,390 12 
















111,307 
35,918 
4 
2,175 
7ii 
4.196 
4.361 

239 

35,290 

222,102 

14,790 

8 

15,923 

:;n 

5.394,528 


















































































Trinidad and Toba- 












Italv. .. 




































Miquelon and St. 
















































Total 














5.840,941 
















* 






Lb. 




Lb. 

216 

105 

10.865.780 


88 
26 

403,198 


2 16 










1 05 










108.657 80 




Total 














hi. stiti. 101 


403,312 


108.661 01 


















400 

200 

2.062 

15.251,313 


49 

li 

158 

566.421 


2 00 




It W ladies, other 






1 00 










10 31 










76,25(1 59 




Total . 














15.253,975 


566.634 


:<,,_v,i no 













ANNUAL REPORT, 19% 61 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Homo Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




S 


$ cts. 




s 


S ct>. 




5 


$ cts. 






































































































































































































































































































































































103 

1 


15 45 
















15 
































336 


50 40 
































440 


66 00 


















No. 

72 


20 


1 44 


No. 






No. 

72 

168 

54 

3.912,782 


20 
9 
6 

333.792 


1 44 










5 04 














1 62 














117,383 46 
















72 


20 


1 44 








3,913,076 


333,827 


117,391 56 
















































































































































































































































































































































Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 

216 

105 

10.865,780 


88 

26 
403.198 


2 16 














1 05 














108,657 80 




























10.866.101 


403.312 


108,661 01 




























400 

2,480 

2,062 

15.251,313 


49 

101 

158 

586.421 


2 00 


2,280 


95 


5 70 








6 70 










10 31 














76.256 69 
















2,280 


95 


E 71 








15,256.255 


566,729 


76.275 60 













62 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1S24 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP 1 A— Continued 

Agricultural and Vegetable 

Products— Continued 

Fruits— Con. 
Fruits, fresh— Con. 
Pine-apples 


B.W. Indies, other. . 




s 

6 

9 

356 

1.218 

876 

505.766 




S 


S cts. 




























Cuba 




































Total 














508.231 






















Bush. 




Bush. 

3 

2 

111,081 


58 

29 

303.408 






B.S.Africa 






60 










33 324 30 




Total 














111,086 


303.495 


33,325 80 














Lb. 




Lb. 
6,122,758 


785,150 


122,455 16 










All other green fruit, n.o.p 








1,918 


479 50 






































7 


1 75 
























108 

87 

35,684 

43,366 


27 00 




China 








21 75 




Italy 








8.921 00 












10,811 50 




Total 


















81.170 


20,292 60 


Fruits, dried — 
















1,385,848 


56,407 


14.101 75 

















390 
605,322 


68 

126.176 


17 00 










31.544 00 




Total 














605. 712 


126-.244 


31,561 00 


















45.599 
12,320 

3,491.847 
3,074 

1,641,136 


4.331 
1,970 

428.224 
192 

199,748 












82 14 










23,278 85 










20 19 










10,940 91 




Total 














5,193,976 


634,465 


34,626 39 


















908,279 
10,416 
18,438 
490 
13,105 
5,000 
12,420 
6,239,534 


71,833 

750 

2,173 

31 

1,117 

530 

725 

622,145 


4,995 54 
57 28 


















101 46 










2 69 










72 08 










27 50 










68 31 










34.317 59 




Total 














7,207,682 


699,304 


39.642 45 


















157,379 

2,158 

70,460 

6.050 

847.283 

361,047 

[52,964 

2,016,140 


8.269 

95 

4.886 

517 

25,439 

33.420 

22,786 

199.976 












11 86 










387 53 




Italv 






33 27 










1.660 06 










1.930 76 










841 30 




United states 






11,08 




Total 














3,603,481 


295,387 


19,819 00 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922- 



63 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




$ 


5 cts 




s 


S cts 




S 


S cts 


















































































































































Bush. 






Bush. 






3 

2 
111.081 


58 

29 
303.408 


90 














60 














33.324 30 




























111.086 


303.495 


33.325 80 
















Lb. 






Lb. 






6,122.758 


785,150 


122.455 16 






























1,918 

60 
11 

7 

1 

108 

87 

35.684 

43,366 


479 50 




60 
11 


7 50 
1 38 










7 50 












1 38 












1 75 




1 


18 










18 












27 00 
















21 75 














8.921 00 














10,841 50 


















7 J 


9 06 










81.242 


20.301 56 


























1,385.848 


56,407 


14,101 75 




























390 
605,322 


68 

126.176 


17 00 














31,544 00 




























605.712 


126.244 


31,561 00 




























45.599 
12,320 

3,491.847 
3.074 

1,641.136 


4,331 

1,970 

428.224 

192 

199,748 


304 00 














82 14 














23.- 














20 49 














10,940 91 




























5,193,976 


634,465 


34,626 39 
















17,330 


2,659 


69 31 








925,609 
10.416 
18.438 
490 
13,105 
5,000 
12.420 
6.239,534 


74.492 

750 

2,173 

31 

1,117 

530 

725 

622,145 


5,064 85 
























101 46 














2 69 














72 D8 










































34.317 59 
















17,330 


2.(151 


69 31 








7,225.012 


701.953 


39,711 76 












9.000 


1.384 


36 00 








166.379 

70.460 
6.050 

351.047 

2,016.140 


9.653 

95 

4.886 

517 

25.439 
33,420 

199.976 


901 59 










11 86 














3S7 53 














33 27 














4,660 06 




























811 30 














11.088 63 
















9.000 


1.384 


36 00 






3.612,481 


296.771 


19.855 00 






1 





64 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Article?. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 




G'-n Tal T.'Tl 


ff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP I A— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts — Continued. 

Fruits— Con. 

Fruits, dried— Con. 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 


S 


S cts. 










2,065,398 


268,562 


67,110 50 




Total 
















268.562 


67,140 50 












Prunes and plums unpitted 






48 

2,916 

61.244 

100 

33,072 

1,398 

1.250 

86.250 

13.S0n.9U7 


16 

3,489 

19 

2,111 

332 

81 

4.299 

1,324.294 


32 










19 43 










408 29 










67 










220 48 










9 32 










8 33 










575 00 










92,046 85 




Total 














13.993.275 


1,335,200 


93,288 69 


















60.846 

280 

2,050 

250 

144 

[27,956 

930.598 

150 

194,191 

30.646,915 


7,168 

42 

340 

28 

45 

16.117 

152.552 

15 

34.27S 

3,426.146 


405 63 










1 87 










13 67 










1 67 










96 










853 04 










6,203 99 










1 00 




Turkey 






1,294 61 










204,312 71 




Total 














31,963,380 


3.636.731 


213.089 15 












All other dried fruits, n.o.p — 






3,094 


298 


74 50 














B. India 






279 
3,112 

146.270 


5 
93 

25,908 


1 25 










23 25 










6,477 00 




















273 

60 

14,330 

17,404 

352,491 


49 
15 

1.146 

1.578 

58.547 


• 12 25 










3 75 




Italy 






286 50 










394 50 










14,636 75 




Total 














537,313 


87.639 


21.909 75 












Fruits prepared, n.o.p.— 

Citron, lemon and orange 




12,551 

9 

13,826 

7,596 






















Italy 
























Total 














33,982 


























1,700 
2.083.115 


210 

201,420 


43 50 














Total 














2,084,815 


201,630 


52.120 36 












Pineapple in cans or other air- 




















61 
17,100 

173,736 
876 


5 
1.954 

11,373 
61 


1 52 














B. Straits Settle- 






4,343 40 




























1,343,186 
3.454.601 


135,571 
339.980 












m, its M 




Total 














4.989.560 


488.944 


124,739 21 






= 








ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 65 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


, Lb. 

10 


% 

1 


$ cts 
18 


Lb. 


% 


$ cts 


Lb. 

10 
2.065.398 


S 

1 

268.562 


S cts. 
18 










67,140 50 
















10 


1 








2.065,408 


268.563 


67 140 68 




























48 

2,916 

61,244 

100 

33,072 

1,398 

1,250 

86.250 

13,806.997 


16 

559 

3,489 

19 

2,111 

332 

81 

4,299 

1.324,294 


32 














19 43 














408 29 














67 














220 48 














9 32 














8 33 














575 00 














92,046 85 




























13,993.275 


1.335,200 


93,288 69 
















44,650 


2.909 


223 25 








105.496 

280 

2.050 

36,700 

144 

127,956 

930,598 

150 

194.191 

30.646,915 


10,077 

42 

340 

4,807 

45 

16,117 

152,552 

15 

34,278 

3.426,146 


628 88 










1 87 














13 67 


36,450 


4,779 


182 25 








183 92 










96 














853 04 














6,203 99 
1 00 


























1 294 61 














204 312 71 
















81.100 


7.688 


405 50 








32.044,480 


3.644,419 


213 494 65 
























3.094 

6,733 

279 

9.246 

146.270 

5 

273 

60 

14.330 

17.404 

352,491 


298 

154 

5 

238 

25,908 

1 

49 

15 

1.146 

1.578 

58.547 


74 50 


6.733 


151 


19 25 








19 25 










1 25 


6,134 


145 


18 13 








41 38 










6,477 00 
13 


5 


1 


13 
















12 25 




























286 50 














394 50 




























12.872 


300 


37 51 








550.185 


87,939 


21.947 26 






















































































































































1,700 
2,083.115 


210 

201,420 


42 50 










































2.084,815 


201,630 


52.120 36 


10.700 


971 


187 25 








10,700 

61 

127,918 

1.159,614 

876 

11 

1.343.186 
3,454.601 


971 

5 

14,554 

80,218 

61 

3 

135.571 

339.980 


187 25 










1 52 


110,818 


12,600 
68.845 


1.439 22 

17,252 88 








1,866 72 


985,878 








21,596 28 










21 90 


ii 


3 


14 








14 










33,579 65 
86,365 24 


























1.107.407 


82, lit 


18,879 49 








6.096.967 


57 1.363 


143,618 70 



66 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
Xo. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Fruits— Con. 

Fruits, dried— Con. 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

52,927 
11.647 


S 

3.770 
1,250 


S cts. 
1 323 18 










291 18 




















34 
35,481 


10 

3.128 


85 










887,02 




















100 

19.388 

10.320 

839 

5,42( 

740 

143.594 

3.997.470 


26 

4.020 

804 

115 

918 

100 

7.791 

452.302 


2 50 










484 70 




Italy 






258 00 










20 97 










135 50 










18 50 










3.589 85 










99.936 M 




Total 














4.277,960 


474.234 


106.949 19 




United States 










Gal. 




Gal. 

5 


18 


23 30 


preserved in other spirits, 
and containing not more than 
40 pc. of proof spirits, etc. 

Fruits preserved in brandy, or 














4 


48 


54 40 


preserved in other spirits, 
containing more than 40 p.c. 
of proof spirits. 










Lb. 




Lb. 

26.044 
50.218 


5.565 

9.210 


976 65 










1.883 18 




























B. S. Africa 




















130 


25 


4 88 




B. India 










B.W. Indies, other.. 






10 
886 


6 
94 


38 










33 22 




















30 
47,492 

480 

170,036 


11 

16.217 

76 
30.631 


1 12 










1.780 95 




Miquelon and St. 






18 00 




United Stated- 






6.376 67 




Total 














295.326 


61.835 


11.075 05 












Olives, in brine, imported bv 


Gal. 




Gal. 

80 
100,309 
45.872 


50 
84.042 
35.623 


10 00 


manufacturers, for the manu- 








16.808 40 










7.124 60 




Total 














146,261 


119.715 


23.943 00 


















722 

26 

13.805 

150 
10.682 

130 

164 
20.27S 


668 

32 

1 1 . 545 

84 

8.835 

63 

293 

22, B7S 


200 40 










e t,n 










3,463 50 




Italv 






25 20 










2.650 50 










Is !il) 




Turkey 






87 90 










6.802 50 




Total ... 














45.954 


44.195 


13.258 50 












Fruit Juices- 






1,787 


1.386 


89 35 




United States 














792 


142 


79 20 








= 





ANNUAL REPORT, IMXSS 67 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb 

20,590 


1 

1.257 


S cts. 
360 32 


Lb. 


S 


$ cts 


Lb. 

73.517 

11.647 

20 

34 

35,481 

159 

100 

in :«s 

10.320 

839 

5,420 

740 

143.5(14 

3,997,470 


5.027 

1 . 250 

6 

10 

3.12S 

41 

26 

4.020 

804 

115 

918 

100 

7,791 

452,302 


$ ets 

1,683 50 










291 18 


20 


6 
41 


u 35 




35 
85 




1 99 




887 02 


iso 






1 99 








2 50 








4M 7(1 














258 00 














20 97 










135 50 

18 50 

3,589 B5 

99.936 94 
















20.769 


1,304 


362 66 








4,298,729 


475,538 


107,311 85 












Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 

5 


18 


23 30 




























4 


48 


54 40 














Lb. 
1.478.875 


219.963 


40.668 63 


Lb. 






Lb. 

1.504. HI 11 

50.21S 

10 

10 

4S 

130 

226 

149 

886 

1,051 

30 

IT 192 

(80 

170.036 


225,528 
9,210 

3 

4 

25 

41 

52 

94 

299 

11 

16,217 

76 
30,631 


41.645 28 










1 . ss; is 


10 


7 
3 
4 

41 
46 


ii 20 

19 

1 32 

6 21 
3 29 








20 


10 








19 


48 








1 32 








4 88 


226 






6 21 


139 






3 67 










33 22 


1,051 


299 


21 55 








21 55 










1 12 














1,780 95 














18 00 














6,376 67 
















1,480,359 


220,363 


40,701 39 








1.775.685 


282,198 


51,776 44 












Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 

80 

100.309 
45, 872 


50 

84,042 
35.623 


10 00 














111 MIS III 














7,124 60 




























146.261 


119.715 


23 943 00 




























722 

26 

13,805 

150 
in I1SJ 

130 

164 
20.275 


668 

32 

11.545 

84 

8.835 

63 

293 

22,675 


200 40 














9 60 














3,463 50 














25 20 














2,650 50 














18 90 














87 90 














6,802 50 




























15 954 


44.195 


13.258 50 




























1.787 




89 35 




























792 


442 


79 20 


— - 
















3-i-51 



68 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countriea. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP I A— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Fruits— Con. 

Fruit Juices— Con. 


United Kingdom. . . 
B.W. Indies, other, . 


Gal. 

526 
48,559 


S 

518 
15,410 


Gal. 


s 


$ cts. 




90 
35 


30 
11 


13 50 
5 25 




Total 










49,085 


15.928 


125 


41 


18 7S 














97 

51 

3 

1.106 


1.154 
149 
74 

10.675 


242 50 










127 50 










7 50 


proof spirits. 








2.765 00 


Total 














1.257 


12,052 


3,142 50 


















35 

1 

380 


841 

26 

7,366 


602 30 










17 80 


of proof spirits. 








6.009 80 


Total 














416 


8,233 


5,629 H 


















961 
98 


2,702 
211 


607 95 










47 48 




















2 

452 

63 

213 

10 

36.082 


10 

1,717 

86 

623 

54 

115,446 


2 25 










386 33 




Italy 






19 35 










140 18 










12 15 




United States 






25.975 74 




Total 














37,884 


120.849 


27,191 43 
















12.U1.841 




13,939,088 


1,933.475 35 












Nuts— 

Cocoanuts and preparations- 




No. 

289.040 
941.155 

64.307 

6.000 

41.700 

.',71.:. 165 

1.699.586 


4.208 
17,585 

1,699 
230 

953 
54.S06 

39.852 


No. 






place of growth by vessel 
direct to a Canadian port. 


B. Honduras 

B.W. Indies, other.. 


11.000 
4,300 


209 
174 


82 50 
32 25 
















1.000 
55.000 


29 
1,500 


7 50 




Trinidad and Toba- 


412 50 




Total 






5.785.153 


119.333 


71.300 


1.912 


534 75 














44.050 
500 
3.000 
63.060 
20.100 
510,950 


S17 

9 

105 

1,863 

562 

16,303 


446 50 










5 00 










30 00 










630 60 










201 00 










5.109 50 




Total 














642,260 


19.659 


6,422-60 












Cocoanut, desiccated, sweeten- 


Lb. 




Lb. 












4,550 
310 


366 
49 


273 00 










18 60 




















12,397 


1.600 


743 82 




Total 














17,257 


2,015 


1.035 42 










14.000 


357 


105 00 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 69 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Gal. 


J 


$ cts 


Gal. 


1 


S cts 


Gal. 


S 


S cts. 














90 
35 


30 
11 


13 50 














5 25 




























125 


41 


18 75 




























97 
51 

3 

1.106 


1.154 

149 

74 

10,675 


242 50 














127 50 














7 50 














2.765 00 




























1.257 


12.052 






























35 

1 
380 


841 
26 

7.366 


602 30 














17 80 














6,009 80 




























416 


8.233 


6.629 90 














7.293 


14,393 


2.518 83 








8.257 

98 

43 

2 

452 

63 

213 

10 

36,082 


17,095 

I'll 

94 

10 

1.717 

86 

623 

51 

115.446 


3,126 78 
47 48 








43 


94 


16 20 


















2 25 














386 33 














19 35 














140 18 














12 15 














25 975 74 
















7,336 


14,487 


2.535 03 








45,220 


135,336 


29,726 46 














358,306 


66,477 99 










14,297,394 


1.999,953 34 












No 






No. 






No. 


















11,000 
4.300 


209 

174 


82 50 














32 25 














































1,000 
55,000 


29 
1,500 


7 50 










































71,300 


1,912 

817 
9 

273 

1,863 

2,619 

16.303 


534 75 




























44,650 

500 

9,300 

63,060 

140.100 

510,950 


















6,300 


168 


31 50 


















120 000 


2,057 


600 00 


















5 109 50 
















126,300 


2.225 


631 50 








768,560 


21.884 


7.054 10 










Lb. 
70.5S4 


6.054 

185.148 


3.529 20 
129.353 10 


Lb. 






Lb. 

70,584 

2,691,612 

310 

5,614 

12,397 


6,054 

185,514 

49 

633 

1,600 


3,529 20 
129,'- ■ 10 

is go 


2,587,062 
















5,614 


633 


173 96 


































2,663,260 


191,835 


133.056 26 








2,680,517 


193.850 


134,091 68 






















14,000 


357 


106 00 



















— 



70 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Xo. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 




General Tar 


ft*. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP I A— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts—Con- 
Nuts—Con. 
Other nuts not shelled- 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

62,642 

2.056 

240 

42.143 

3.927 

868.856 

29.736 

104.932 


s 

6.322 

890 

80 

4.074 

308 

86.456 

2.322 

15,425 


S cts. 


















































17.377 12 






















Total 














1.114.532 


115,877 


22,290 64 
















104.549 

2.750 

910 

187 

1.865.283 


8.533 

254 

127 

13 

159.153 












55 00 




















3 74 










37.305 66 




Total 














1.973.679 


168.080 














Filberts and hazel nuts, not 






72.721 

2.668 

36.330 

748.197 

273,826 

2 4 S, 2 So 


4.902 

243 

2.806 

62,671 

19.660 

23,420 






B. Straits Settle- 






53 36 










726 60 




Italy 






14,963 94 










5.476 52 










4.965 70 




Total 














1.382.027 


113.702 


27,640 54 
































20 

163.332 

555.721 

675.584 

10.000 

4.170,256 


8,194 

21.965 

29,219 

424 

259.765 


40 










3,266 64 










11 114 42 










13,511 68 










200 00 










83.405 12 




Total 














5.574,913 


319.568 


111.498 26 


















108 
46,452 


10 
10,060 


2 16 










929 04 




Total 














46.560 


10,070 


931 20 


















39.026 
1,103 

293,500 

449,313 
8.439 

216,444 
2.790 

848.083 


5.482 

126 

25,266 

51.740 

1.101 

25.758 

329 

159,268 


780 52 










22 06 










5.S7II "ll 










s 9S6 26 




Italy 






168 78 










4,328 88 










55 80 










16,961 66 




Total 














l,»Vi»S 


269,070 


37,173 96 












All other nuts, not shelled, 






2,821 

50.899 

3 

231 

2,530 

33,385 

17.005 

12.160 

80 

248,240 


165 

6.044 

4 

16 

256 

1,813 

2.016 

1.030 

16 

34,804 


56 42 








1.017 98 










06 










4 1.2 










50 SO 










667 70 










340 10 










243 20 










1 60 




United States 






4.964 SO 




Total 














;.,;. mi 


46,164 


7.347 08 








1 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1932-33 71 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quant ity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantit y. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


1 


S cts 


Lb. 


S 

• 


S cts 


Lb. 

62,642 

2.056 

240 

42,143 
3.927 

ShN.vV, 

29,736 
104,932 


S 

6,322 

890 

80 

4,074 

308 

86,456 

2.322 

15.425 


S cts 

1,252 84 














41 12 














4 80 














842 86 














78 54 














17 377 12 














594 72 














2 098 64 




























1.114,532 


115,877 


22.290 64 




























104.549 

2.750 

910 

187 

1.865,283 


8.533 

254 

127 

13 

159.153 


2,090 98 














55 00 














18 20 














3 74 














37.305 66 




























1.973.679 


168.080 


39 473 58 




























72,721 

2.668 

36.330 

748. 197 

2?:!. 826 

248,285 


4,902 

243 

2.806 
U2.671 
19,660 
23,420 


1 454 42 














53 36 














726 60 














14 963 94 














5 476 52 














4 965 70 




























1.382,027 


113.702 


27 640 54 
















2,061 


146 


20 61 








2,061 

20 

163.332 

555,721 

675,584 

10,000 

4,170.256 


146 

1 

8.194 

21,965 

29,219 

424 

259,765 


























3 266 64 














11 114 42 










































83,405 12 














2,061 


146 


20 61 








5,576.974 


319.714 


111,518 87 




















108 
46.452 


10 
10.060 


2 16 










































46,560 


10.070 


















12 


4 


12 








39.038 
1,103 

293.500 

449.313 
8.439 

216.444 
2.790 

848.083 


5,486 

126 

25,266 

51,740 

1.101 

25,758 

329 

159,268 


























5,870 00 
8,986 26 






































4,328 88 


























16.961 66 














12 


4 


12 








1.858,710 


269,074 


37,174 08 










2,800 


174 


28 00 








5.621 

50,899 

3 

231 

2.530 

33,385 

17,005 

12,160 

80 

248.240 


339 

6,044 

4 

16 

256 

1,813 

2.016 

1,030 

16 

34.804 


84 42 










1 017 (IS 














06 














4 62 














."hi tin 














667 70 














340 10 














■•43 20 














1 60 














4 964 SO 
















2.800 


17) 


28 00 








370.154 


46.338 


7,375 08 













72 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts — Con. 

Nuts— Con. 

Other nuts shelled- 




Lb. 


s 


Lb. 

16.766 

7.132 

8,627 

20 

2,165 

136,936 

70 

513.405 

75,735 


I 

4,623 

2.993 

2,844 

8 

206 

32,755 

30 

143,125 

27.320 


t cts. 
670 64 










285 28 










345 08 










80 










86 60 










5,477 44 










2 80 










20,536 20 










3,029 40 




Total 














760,856 


213.804 


30,434 24 


















171,672 

19,178 

35,540 

973,065 

1,757.867 

23,199 

276.626 

6,241.031 


11.932 
1,613 
1,707 

49,216 

83,536 
1,450 

18,890 
498.171 


3,433 44 










383 56 










710 80 










19,461 30 










35,157 34 










463 98 










5.532 52 










124.820 62 




Total 














9,498.178 


666,515 


189.963 56 


















4.345 

600,437 
129,576 
37.916 
126.809 
190.307 


1,924 
133,385 
59,350 
10.061 
37.328 
68,336 


173 80 










24,017 48 










5,183 04 










1,516 64 










5.072 36 










7,612 28 




Total 














1,089.390 


310.384 


43,575 60 


















7,890 

975 

41 


1,566 

178 

9 


315 60 








39 00 




China 






1 64 




















140,075 
332,504 


21.048 
158,012 


5,603 00 










13,300 16 




Total 














481.485 


180.813 


19.259 40 
















119,333 




2,437, S90 


537,(85 8J 


Vegetables,— 
Vegetables, fresh— 
























1,987 

4 

18 

185,668 


596 10 












1 20 












5 40 












55.700 40 






















187,677 


56.303 10 








29 




112.518 

32,862 

631 


33,755 40 










9.858 60 








50.846 
887 




189 30 




















2,290 
6 
9 

28 

42,999 

243.205 


687 00 












1 80 








699 




2 70 










8 40 












12,899 70 












72.961 50 


















52,461 




434.548 


130.364 40 

















ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



73 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 
56,762 


1 

21,046 


S cts 
1,702 86 


Lb. 
25,544 


1 

7,233 


$ cts 
851 47 


Lb. 

99,072 

7,132 

8 . 027 

20 

13,793 

170,320 

70 

1,479,193 

75,735 


S 

32,802 

2,993 

2,841 

8 

3,583 

43.049 

30 

413,983 

27,320 


$ cts. 

3,224 97 

285 28 

345 08 

80 

474 20 

6,590 24 

2 80 

52,728 90 

3.029 40 
































11,628 
33,384 


3,377 
10,294 


387 60 
1,112 80 




















965,788 


270,858 


32,192 70 




















56,762 


21,046 


1,702 86 


1.036,344 


291,762 


34,544 57 


1,853,962 


526,612 


66.681 67 














171,672 

19,178 

35,540 

973,065 

1,757,867 

23,199 

276,626 

6,241,031 


11,932 
1,613 
1,707 

49,216 

83,536 
1.450 

18,890 
498,171 


3,433 44 

383 56 

710 80 

19,461 30 

35,157 34 

463 98 

5,532 52 

124,820 62 














































































































9,498,178 


666.515 


189.963 56 






. 


, 








33,805 


12,404 


1,014 15 


103,778 


43,583 


3,459 27 


141,928 

600,437 

1,660,411 

37.916 

276,340 

190,307 


57,911 
133,385 
549.729 
10,061 
86.847 
68,336 


4,647 22 
24,017 48 
56.210 55 

1,516 64 
10,056 73 

7,612 28 








1,530,835 


490,379 


51,027 51 














149,531 


■49,519 


4,984 37 




















33,805 


12.404 


1,014 15 


1,784,144 


.->v;,im 


59,471 15 


2,907,339 


906.269 


104,060 90 


7,057 


1,744 


211 71 








14,947 
975 

41 

4,950 

531, 56S 

332,504 


3,310 

178 

9 

1,809 

V5,. -,711 
158,012 


527 31 

39 00 

1 64 

165 00 

18,652 69 

13,300 16 




























4,950 
391,493 


1,809 
64,522 


165 00 
13,049 69 


























7,057 


1,744 


211 71 


396,443 


66,331 


13,214 69 


884,985 


248,888 


32,685 80 




«9,558 


136,665 21 




941,5.4 


107,230 11 




3 ,609 ,142 


781 ,S81 45 










12 


1 80 










12 

1,987 

4 

18 

185.668 


1 80 

5!ir, in 
1 20 

;. 4u 

55,700 40 






































































12 


1 80 










187,689 


56,304 90 


























112,518 

32,862 

631 


33,755 40 

9,858 60 

189 30 


























































2,290 

i. 

9 

28 

42,999 

243.205 


687 00 

1 80 

2 7i) 
8 40 

12,899 70 
72,961 50 




































































































434,548 


130,364 40 






: : aa ,. 







74 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROI'P IA— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Vegetables— Con. 

Vegetables, fresh— Con. 




Bush. 

27 
38 

7 
287 


S 

48 

76 

10 

312 


Bush. 

2 


S 

5 


$ cts. 










B.W. Indies, other. 










151 
1 

207 
76.120 


262 

2 

363 

84,733 






China 


























Total 










359 


446 


76.481 


85,365 


15.296 20 








15 
3 


27 
4 




















14 

18 

1,122 

349.667 


14 

19 

1,410 

450,006 


2 80 


































Total 










18 


31 


350,821 


451,449 


70,164 20 




























1,521 

395,183 


4,477 
959,578 


1,343 10 
287,873 40 












Total 












396.704 


964,055 






















41 


12 30 






















4 

61 , 758 

17 

77 

171 

320 

624 

35,118 

44 

3,712 

1.294,194 


1 20 












18,527 40 












5 10 
















China... 
























Italy 








187 20 












10,535 40 












13 20 




Poland.. . 








1,113 60 


































1.396,080 
















Vegetables, dried- 
Potatoes, dried, desiccated or 




132 
















35 
4,545 


10 .ill 












1.363 50 




Total 














132 




4,580 


1,374 00 












Vegetables, canned- 
Beans, baked, in cans or other 


Lb. 




Lb. 








Italy 






1.100 

8,605 

1,162,727 


125 

624 

83,947 


16 50 










129 OS 










17,440 98 




Total 














1,172,432 


84,696 


17,586 56 












Corn, in cans or other airtight 






939.737 


67.787 


14.096 09 




Italy 








Tomatoes, in cans or other air- 






62,058 
116,018 


11,519 

vnnj 


930 87 










1,740 32 




Total 














178,076 


19,521 


2.671 19 













ANNUAL REPORT, 19S8-8S 75 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Bush. 


S 


S cts. 


Bush. 


S 
1 


S cts. 


Bush. 

2 


S 

5 


$ c.s. 














































151 

207 

76,120 


262 
2 

363 
84.733 












































15,224 00 


























76,481 


85,365 


































































14 

18 

1,122 

349,667 


14 

19 

1.410 

450.006 
















3 60 

224 40 

69.933 40 


















































350,821 


451,449 


70, 164 20 















485 


1,886 


282 90 








485 

1,521 

395, 183 


1.886 

4,477 
959.578 


282 90 

1,343 10 

287,873 40 


































485 


1.886 


282 90 








397,189 


965.941 


289.499 40 












227 

3 

830 


34 05 

45 

124 50 










268 
3 

834 

61.75? 

17 

77 

171 

320 

624 

35.118 

44 

3.712 

1,294,194 


46 35 

45 

125 70 

18,527 40 

5 10 










































































51 30 














































10,535 40 














































388.258 20 


















1.060 


159 00 










1,397.140 
















































35 
4.545 


















1.363 50 






























4,580 


1.374 00 
















Lb. 






Lb. 

6.166 
11.000 


664 
1,174 


77 08 

1 :7 SO 


Lb. 

6.166 

12,100 

8,605 

1.162,727 


664 

1.299 

624 

83,947 
































17 440 98 






















17,166 


1.838 


214 58 


1,189,598 


86,534 


17 801 14 
















' 






939,737 


67,787 


14 096 09 






















77,700 


8,234 


971 23 


139,758 

116.018 


19.753 
8.002 


1 902 10 








1 7411 32 






















77.700 


8,234 


971 23 


255,776 


27,755 


3.642 42 





=—-———= 


=^=^=^=^ 



76 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Agricultural and vegetable pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Vegetables— Con 

Vegetables, canned— Con. 

Vegetables, n.o.p., in cans or 
other air-tight packages . . . . 




Lb. 
1 


s 


Lb. 

1,043 

309.052 

49.035 

1.528 

8,849 

107.618 

11.511 

153 

53.669 

255 

3,354.450 


S 

234 
31.130 

9.731 

156 

2.643 

10,658 

7,393 

30 

5.596 

11 

312,175 


i cts. 
15 65 








4.635 78 










735 53 










oo go 










132 74 










1,614 27 










172 67 










2 30 










805 04 










3 83 










50.316 97 


















3.897.163 


379,757 


58.457 70 












Pickles and sauces- 
Pickles in bottles, jars or simi- 


Gal. 




Gal. 

60 
2 


352 
3 


123 20 








1 05 




















i.iae 


1,405 


491 75 




















4 
14 
24 
30 
25 

2 

40 

2,357 


13 

9 

48 

64 

14 

8 

33 

5,744 


4 55 










3 15 










16 80 










22 40 










4 90 










2 80 










11 55 










2,010 40 




Total 














3.684 


7,693 


2.692 55 


















2,040 
57 

2.243 


1,930 

57 

2,087 


675 50 










19 95 










730 45 




Total 














4.342 


4,074 


1.425 90 












Sauces and catsups, in bottles 






26 

251 


81 
292 


28 35 








102 20 




















18 

5.948 


139 
5,821 


48 65 










2.037 35 




















21 
61 
17 


49 
103 
63 


17 15 










36 05 










22 05 




















59.625 


107,419 


37,596 65 




Total 














65,967 


113.967 


;;<.i..s*S « 












Sauces and catsups, in bulk — 






10.248 
1.415 

16.245 


4,914 
767 

13.119 


1,719 90 








268 45 










4.591 65 


















27.908 


18.800 


6.580 00 


















35,462 

63 

49,904 


16,728 

56 

38.447 

3S2 


5.S54 80 










19 60 










13.456 45 










133 70 


















86,162 


65 613 


19,464 55 
















53,070 




i.ns.ta 


1,144,405 30 







= 


= 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



77 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 

157 


S 

40 


$ cts- 
1 57 


Lb. 

76 


$ 

24 


$ cts. 
95 


Lb. 

1.276 

309,052 

1,022,766 

1.528 

359,954 

240.7:1" 

117,523 

153 

91,689 

255 

3,354,450 


S 

298 

31.130 

113,564 

156 

74.441 

29.917 

53,246 

30 

9,242 

11 

312,175 


t cts. 

18 17 
4,635 78 








973,721 


103.833 


12,171 51 








22 92 








351,105 
139.172 
106,012 


71.79S 
19.259 
45,853 


4,388 81 
1,739 65 
1,325 15 


4,521 55 








3,353 92 

1,497 82 

2 30 




















38,020 


3,646 


475 27 


1,280 31 








3 83 














50,316 97 
















157 


40 


1 57 


1.608,106 


244,413 


20,101 34 


5.505.426 


624,210 


78.560 61 


Gal. 

6L8S4 


132,979 
85 
15 


33,244 75 

21 25 
3 75 


Gal. 






Gal. 

61.914 

61 

5 

1,126 

38 

4 

14 

340 

30 

242 

14 

40 

2,357 


133,331 

88 

15 

1,405 

102 

13 

9 

869 

64 

224 

21 

33 

5,744 


33,367 95 
22 30 


59 








5 








3 75 










491 75 


38 


102 


18 45 








18 45 










4 55 














3 15 








316 


821 


266 88 


283 68 








22 40 








217 
12 


210 
13 


68 25 
4 22 


73 15 








7 02 








11 55 














2,010 40 














61.956 


133,181 


33,288 20 


545 


1,044 


339 35 


66, 185 


141,918 


36,320 10 


1 












2,040 
5,716 

2,245 


1.930 
3,465 
2,087 


675 50 








5,659 


3,408 


1,107 63 


1 127 58 








730 45 






















5.659 


3.408 


1,107 63 


10,001 


7.482 


2,533 53 










80,618 


176,716 


44.179 00 


7 


33 


10 73 


80,651 

251 

3 

1,108 

5,948 

12 

21 

133 

282 

66 

59.625 


176,830 

292 

6 

2,167 

5,821 

82 

49 

436 

267 

66 

107,419 


44.218 08 
102 20 


3 


6 

2,028 


1 05 
507 00 








1 05 


1,090 


















2 037 35 


12 


82 


20 50 








20 50 










17 15 








72 

265 

66 


333 

204 

66 


108 27 
66 30 
21 45 


144 32 








88 35 








21 45 








37,596 65 
















81,723 


178,832 


44.707 55 


410 


636 


206 75 


148,100 


293,435 


84,802 75 














10.248 

1.563 
16,245 


4.914 

884 

13,119 


1,719 90 








148 


117 


38 03 


306 48 








4,591 65 






















148 


117 


38 03 


28.056 


18,917 


6,618 03 






















35,462 

63 

51,386 

733 


16,728 

56 

39,748 

382 


5.854 SO 














19 60 








1,482 


1,301 


422 81 


13,879 26 








133 70 






















1.482 


1,301 


422 81 


87.644 


56.914 


19,887 36 




115 ,011 


78,441 02 




260 991 


23,401 72 




4. 851,604 


1,240,248 13 













78 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Grains and farinaceous pro- 
ducts- 
Grains — 




Bush. 


S 


Bush. 


S 


$ cts. 










1 
836 


5 
916 


15 










125 40 




Total 














837 


'.121 


125 55 


















64.882 

4.333 

3 

1.147 

114,405 

336 

11.427 

248 

81.363 

4.304 

11,450 

14 

32,140 


144 434 

8.219 

8 

2.281 

261,259 

661 

32,822 

1,157 

186.242 

9.244 

27.424 

35 

97,045 


16,220 50 








1,083 25 










75 










286 75 










28,601 25 










84 00 










2.856 75 










62 00 










20.340 75 










1,076 00 










2,862 50 










3 50 










8.035 00 




Total 














326,052 


770.831 


81,513 00 


















4,353 


5.170 


652 95 












Indian corn for purposes of 






133.305 


100.040 


9,997 92 




United Kingdom. . . 








Indian corn, not for purposes of 


5 

23.571 

1.783 

10.841.657 


8 

20.609 

1.622 

7,673.041 


























United States 


















10,867.016 


7,695.280 


















< >ats . 




















40 

59 
1,062,656 


24 
53 

412.732 


4 00 










5 90 










106.265 60 




Total 














1,062,755 


412,809 


106.275 50 














Lb. 




Lb. 

6.512 
4,201 


412 
352 


72 10 










61 59 




Total 














10.713 


761 


133 69 












Peas, n.o.p 


Bush. 




Bush 

778 

1.867 

5 

123 


2.797 

5.353 

17 

409 


116 70 








280 05 










75 










18 45 














( 'lun.i 






! B31 

1 . 27:' 
•> 

11.516 

1,284 

3f 
32.811 


3,750 

12.521 

6 

21 031 

4,258 

8 

111 

115,660 


27 1 66 










190 95 










30 










1.727 40 










L92 60 










15 










5 40 










4.921 65 




rotal 














51.527 


166,93! 


7.729 05 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19S 79 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 


Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


Bush. 

15 


S 

15 


$ cts 

1 50 


Bush. 


S 


S cts 


Bush 

15 

1 
836 


$ 

15 

5 

916 


$ cts. 
1 50 










15 














125 40 
















15 


15 


1 50 








852 


936 


127 05 












3.922 


6,383 


588 30 








68,804 

4,333 

3 

1.147 

114.405 

336 

11.427 

248 

81.363 

11.450 

14 

32,140 


150.817 

8,219 

- 

2,281 

261.259 

661 

32.822 

1.157 

186.242 

9.244 

27,424 

35 

97,045 


1,. 308 80 










1.083 25 














75 














286 75 














28,601 25 














84 00 














2,856 75 














62 00 














20,340 75 














1.076 00 














2,862 50 














3 50 














8,035 00 
















3.922 


6.383 


588 30 








329.974 


777,214 


82,101 30 
























4.353 


5.170 


652 95 




























133.305 


100,040 


9.997 92 




























































































































581 


597 


40 67 








581 

40 

59 

1.062.656 


597 

24 

53 

412,732 


40 67 










4 00 














5 90 














106 265 60 
















581 


597 


40 67 








1.063,336 


413 406 


106.316 17 












Lb. 
14,216 


1,303 


195 45 


Lb. 






Lb. 

20.758 
4,201 


1,715 

352 












61 59 
















14,246 


1.303 


195 45 








24,959 


2.067 


329 14 


Bush 

47 


249 


4 70 


Bush 






Bush. 

825 

1,867 

5 

123 

671 

1,831 

1,273 

2 

11,516 

36 
32.811 


3.046 

5.353 

17 

409 

1,712 

3.7511 

12.524 

6 

21,031 

4.258 

8 

119 

115.660 


121 40 
























75 














18 45 


671 


1,712 


67 10 








67 10 










"71 65 














190 95 














30 














1,727 4" 


























15 




























4.921 65 


718 


1,961 


71 80 








167.893 


7,800 85 



80 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP I A. —Continued. 

Grains and farinaceous pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Grains— Con. 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled or 


United Kingdom . . . 


Lb. 

2.500 

715 

1.567.720 

17,512.219 

9.000 

300.000 

1.559.858 

2,627,971 

81,422 

9.213,294 


1 

82 

10 

42,497 

508.227 

350 

8,694 

43,538 

121.901 

1.600 

376,521 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


paddy. 










B. India 








































Dutch E. Indies 




























United States 

Total 


















32.874.729 


1,103,420 
























235.564 

20,000 

2.500 

8,709,033 

10,000 

162,667 

604 

5.000 

43.704 

5,417 

166.000 

20.600 

10.435,530 


10,952 

865 

126 

325,044 

334 

6,535 

64 

190 

4,528 

388 

7,476 

1,312 

473,093 


1.766 73 
150 00 












B. India 






18 75 










65.317 75 
75 00 


















1,220 00 










4 53 










37 50 




Italy 






327 78 










40 63 










1,245 00 










154 50 










78.266 34 


















19.816 619 


830,907 


148.624 51 














Bush. 




Bush. 
1,143 


2,122 


114 30 


















2 
84.816 


4 
90.954 












10.177 92 




Total 














84.818 


90.958 


10 17S 16 












Total, grains 




8,798,790 




3,380,454 


365,344 63 


.Milled products- 




Lb. 




Lb. 






roasted or ground. 








15 
1.741 


2 
166 


60 










49 80 




Total 














1,756 


168 


50 40 


































66,255 


11,594 93 




Total 


















66 255 


11.594 93 
















Cwt. 




Cwt. 

4 
565 


29 
2,732 


2 00 










282 50 




Total 














569 


2,761 


284 50 














Brl. 




Brl. 

3 

32.200 


30 

120,782 


75 










8.050 00 




Total 














32,203 


120,812 


8,050 75 




















11,295 


1.976 72 


or dried corn. 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 81 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rate? 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


| 


S cts 


Lb. 


S 


$ ets 


Lb. 


t 


$ cts. 








































































































































































































751.431 


29.460 

74.' 

56,067 


3,757 15 

100 00 

7,613 95 








986,995 

40,000 

1,525,288 

k, 7o'.i. i>:;,; 

10,000 

162,667 

604 

5,000 

43,704 

5.417 

166,000 

20,600 

10,435,530 


40,412 

1.607 

56.193 

325,044 

334 

6.535 

64 

190 

4,528 

388 

7,476 

1,312 

473,093 


5,523 88 

250 00 

7,632 70 


20.000 








1,522,788 




























75 00 








































37 50 


























40 63 


























154 50 
78.266 34 


























2.294.219 


B6.2M 


11,471 10 








22.110.S3S 


917,176 


160.095 61 










Bush. 






Bush. 






Bush. 
1.143 


2,122 


114 30 








, 


. 



















2 
84.816 


4 
90,954 


24 

10,177 92 






































84,818 


90,958 


10,178 16 
















96,528 


12,368 82 










2,176,982 


377,713 45 


Lb. 
132,561 


24,724 


4,944 80 


Lb. 






Lb. 

132,561 
15 

1.711 


24,724 

o 

166 


4.944 80 

60 

49 80 


































132,561 


21,724 


4,944 80 








134,317 


24.892 


4,995 20 




1,010 


151 50 










1,010 

66,255 














11,694 03 


















1,010 


1.51 50 










67.265 


11,746 43 


Cwt. 






l'-.vt 






Cwt. 

4 

5es 


29 
2,732 


2 00 
282 50 






































509 


2.761 




Brl 






Brl. 






Brl. 

3 

32, 200 


30 

120,782 


75 
8,050 00 






































32.203 


120,812 


8.050 75 
















11,295 


1,976 72 






















3 — i — 6 



82 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Grains and farinaceous pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Milled products— Con. 

Malt flour, containing less than 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

224 
130,222 


S 

19 
15,112 


$ cts. 
13 37 














Total 














130.446 


15,131 


9 209 23 






_ 






Malt flour, containing not less 






31,120 


2,357 




















145 

229,845 


7 
5.170 












1,379 05 




Total 












229,990 


5.177 


1,379 93 


















30 


15 


2 62 












Rice and cassava flour and rice 






4,420 
61,861 
42.751 
57,138 


539 
4,229 
3,861 
4,182 


44 20 










618 61 










427 51 










571 38 




Total 














166,170 


12,811 


1,661 70 














Brl. 




Brl. 
4,364 


19,500 


2,182 00 














Lb. 




Lb. 

57,347 

112,870 

21.564 

20 

204 

57,201 

745,979 


2,362 

4,029 

1,063 

1 

34 

2,533 

31,689 


573 47 




B. Straits Settle- 






1,128 70 










215 64 










20 










2 04 










572 01 










7,459 79 




Total 














995,185 


41,711 


9,951 85 




United Kingdom 










Brl. 

33 


493 


Brl. 

9 
390 


238 
2,459 


4 50 




195 00 




Total 










33 


493 


399 


2,697 


199 50 




United Kingdom.... 






4 


36 










5 


99 


2 50 




Trinidad and Toba- 


10 
2 


109 
14 
















27 
54.012 


175 

337,764 


13 50 










27,006 00 




Total 










16 


159 


54,044 


338,038 


27,022 00 








Prepared foods and bakery 
products- 


Lb. 




1.1,. 

2.777 
296 


205 

21 


51 25 










5 25 




















16.665 

6 

12,762 

1.806 

277.788 


1,346 

2 

2,83! 

482 

42,433 


336 50 










50 










708 00 










120 50 










10.608 25 




Total 














312,10 


47,321 


11.830 25 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 83 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates 


. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts 


Lb. 

224 
130,222 


5 

19 
15,112 


S cts 
13 37 














9.195 86 




























130,446 


15.131 


9 209 23 




























31,120 


2.357 


140 04 
















6,725 


602 


26 90 








6,870 
229,845 


609 
5.170 




























6.725 


602 


26 90 








236,715 


5.779 


1.406 83 






















30 


15 


2 62 
















41.802 


4.023 


313 52 








46.222 
61.861 
42,751 
57.138 


4,562 
4,229 

3.861 
4,182 
























































41.802 


4,023 


313 52 








207.972 


16.834 


1,975 22 










Brl. 






Brl. 






Brl. 
4.364 


19.500 


2.182 00 














Lb. 

62.582 


2.286 
13,870 


469 36 
4.622 49 


Lb. 






Lb. 

119.929 

729.203 

21.564 

20 

204 

57,201 

745,979 


4.648 

17.899 

1,063 

1 

34 

2,533 

31,689 


1.042 83 

5,751 19 
215 64 

20 

2 04 

572 01 

7.459 79 


616,333 












































































678.915 


16,156 


5.091 85 








1,674.100 


57,867 


15.043 70 










Brl. 




Brl. 






Brl. 

9 
390 


238 

2,459 


4 50 
195 00 






































399 


2,697 


199 50 
















































5 


99 


2 50 












































27 
54,012 


175 

337,764 


13 50 

27.006 00 






































54.044 


338.038 


JT.022 00 














Lb. 
522.056 


43.949 


6,592 35 


Lb. 






Lb. 

524,833 

296 

1,058 

16.665 

6 

1,806 
277.788 


41,151 

21 

220 

1,346 

2 

2,832 

182 

42.433 


6.643 60 










1,058 


220 


27 53 








27 53 










336 50 

50 

708 00 

120 50 

10.608 25 






























































523.114 


44,169 


6.619 88 








835.214 


91.490 


18.450 13 


3-i-6l 



















84 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Yaiue. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Grains and farinaceous pro- 
ducts—Con. 

Prepared foods and bakery 

products— Con. 




Lb. 


s 


Lb. 

589 
1.141 


s 

189 
120 


S eta. 






























3.453 

5.575 

500 

7,868 

6 

2.335 

141,210 


488 

2,951 

88 

1,722 

3 

923 

30,324 


145 4ii 














Italy 




















ttiquelon and St. 






























Total 














162.677 


36.808 


11.012 40 
















110,63.3 




















Cereal foods prepared, in pack- 
ages not exceeding 25 lbs. 






1 , 373 


177 






B. India 
















180 

1.976 

3,308 

350 

934,697 


11 
802 
622 

31 

85.512 


3 03 










220 55 










171 05 










8 53 










23,516 23 




Total 














;<ii,ss-t 


87,155 


23,968 07 




















124 
195 
14 
236 
107 
24,964 


24 80 












31 












2 80 












47 20 












21 40 












4,992 80 




Total 


















25,640 


5,128 00 




















200 

27.428 

1,193 

615 


20 

2,893 

103 

104 


2 50 










342 85 










14 92 










7 69 




















1,353 
1.123.016 


126 

102.514 


16 92 










14,037 SI 




Total 














1,153,805 


1(15. 7iin 


14,4:.' 69 












Milk food, and other similar 








4 

303 

3,303 

261,408 


1 10 












83 32 












908 32 












71,Ss7 31 




Total 


















265.018 


72,880 05 














Other grains and farina- 
ceous products- 






288 


71 


4 32 


































24 

50 

11,496 


6 

6 

961 


36 










II 75 










172 46 


















11,858 


1.011 


177 89 












Grain, flour and meal, etc., of 

all kinds when damaged by 

: 111 transit or prior to 

importation into Canada — 




: 




3,047 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 85 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Trea'y Rates 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 


Quantity. 




Duty 


Lb. 
86.181 


s 

32.849 


$ cts 
6.569 80 


Lb. 


S 


5 cts 


Lb. 

86.770 

1.111 

404 

3.453 

500 

: - S 

6 

2.335 

141.210 


$ 

33.038 

120 

88 

488 

2.951 

88 

1 . 72-' 

, 3 

923 

30.324 


$ els. 
6.626 50 










36 00 


Jill 


88 


17 5.5 
















146 40 












885 30 












'., 10 












516 60 












90 












"76 'HI 










; 














86.585 


32.937 


6.587 35 








249.262 


69.745 


17 629 7.5 
















































51.078 


11,842 
25 


2.368 40 
5 00 








52. 151 
100 
180 

1.976 

3.308 

150 

934.697 


12.019 

25 

11 

802 

622 

31 

85.512 




100 








5 00 










3 1 1 ; 














220 55 








- 




















8 53 














23 516 23 
















51.178 


11,867 


2.373 40 








993.062 




26 341 47 














315 


47 25 










439 
195 
14 
236 
107 
24.964 


72 05 












39 00 
































47 "ii 
















21 411 




































315 


47 25 










25 955 






















911 


12 


90 


290 
27.428 
1,193 
69.824 
10,59 i 
17,157 
1,123,016 


32 

2 39 

1113 

7.109 
1.121 

1 S6| 
102,514 
































69.20 
15.801 


7.005 
1,121 

1.741) 


105 90 

158 04 


699 78 












































95,693 


'i s;- 


656 93 


1,249,498 


115.638 














44,338 


8,867 60 








































3.303 
261.408 






































44.338 


8,867 60 










309.356 


81.747 65 


6.636 


1,270 

12,784 

230 


33 18 
896 63 
22 74 








6.924 

179.325 

1,547 

.'1 

50 

11.496 


1,350 
12,784 

230 
6 
6 

961 


37 50 


179.325 








v,.i, 63 


4. SIT 


















36 












































190.508 


14,293 


952 55 








202.366 


15.337 


1.130 44 
















3,047 


761 75 


• 








— 











86 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Grains and farinaceous pro- 
ducts — Con. 

Other grains and farinaceous 
products— Con. 




Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 

13.023.137 


320.473 


$ cts 
58.604 11 


















26.046 

34.919 

139 

231.627 

8.701 

284 

110 

58.846 


1.562 

1,214 

7 

9,575 

366 

37 

10 

3.663 


429 55 




B. Straits Settle- 






333 85 










1 93 










2,633 12 










100 65 










10 17 










2 75 










1.007 43 




Total 














360,672 


16,434 


4.519 45 




















2.412 


422 10 
















B. Straits Settle- 








92 

809 

9.222 

18 

35 

3,689 

1.000 

36 

149,867 


16 10 












141 58 








- 




1.613 85 












3 15 












6 12 












645 58 












175 00 












6 30 












26.227 29 






















167.180 


29.257 07 














Total, grain and farinaceous 




111,285 




i,;u,M8 


J0*,?91 90 


Oils, Tegetable, for food- 




Gal. 




Gal. 

600 
96 

484 

1.500 

72,456 


618 
86 

503 

1.262 
72.343 


108 15 








15 05 




Trinidad and Toba- 






88 03 




Cuba 






220 85 










12.660 23 




Total 














75.136 


74.812 


13.092 31 












Oil, cotton seed, refined, 
edible, and peanut oil for 


49.158 


53.595 
















Cotton seed oil. n.o.p 


















13 
52,280 


15 
56.236 


2 63 










9.841 57 


















52,293 


56,251 


9.844 20 


















2,600 

2 

64 

35.046 

1.398 

81.661 

204 

12,642 

110 

51,958 


5,499 
6 

205 

83.532 

2.006 

141.401 

327 

22.283 

177 

100.257 


1,099 80 








1 20 










41 00 










16,706 40 










401 20 










2X.2SO 20 










65 40 










4,456 60 










35 40 










20,051 40 




Total 














185,685 


355.693 


n.iss n 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 87 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Dutv. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 
13,023,137 


S 
320,473 


$ cts. 
58.604 11 
















224 427 


11,076 
101,928 


1,938 30 
17,837 56 








250,473 

2,878,760 

139 

231,627 

8.701 

284 

110 

58.846 


12,638 

103,142 

9,575 

366 

37 

10 

3.663 


2,367 85 


2,843,841 








18,171 41 










1 93 














2.633 12 














100 65 














10 17 














2 75 














1.007 43 
















3.068.268 


113.004 


19.775 86 








3.428.940 


129,438 


24,295 31 














4,396 
146 


659 40 
12 77 










6,808 
146 

92 

809 

9,222 

18 

35 

3.689 

1.000 

36 

149.867 


1,081 50 












12 77 












16 10 
















141 5S 
















1,613 85 
















3 15 
















6 12 
















645 58 
















175 00 
















6 30 
















26,227 29 




















4,542 


672 17 










171.722 


29.929 24 
















III.'-" 


SS, 434 «3 




»,878 


»5t n 




;.ii-.i..ii,i. 


363,679 46 










Gal. 
10,522 


13,082 


1,635 27 


Gal. 






Gal. 

11,122 
96 

484 

1,500 
72.456 


13,700 
86 

503 

1.262 
72,343 


1.743 42 










15 05 














88 03 














220 85 














12.660 23 
















10.522 


13,082 


1,635 27 








S5.65S 


S7.VJI 


14.727 58 
















































1.443 


1,661 


207 63 








1.443 
13 

52.280 


1.661 
15 

56,236 


207 63 










2 63 














9.841 57 
















1.443 


1.661 


207 63 








53,736 


57,912 


10.051 83 


421 


2,228 


334 20 








3,021 

2 

64 

35.046 

1.398 

81.661 

204 

12,642 

no 

51,958 


7,727 

6 

205 

83,532 

2.006 

141.401 

327 

22.283 

177 

100,257 


1,434 00 










1 20 














41 00 














16,706 40 














401 20 














28,280 20 














65 40 














4 4.V, M 














35 40 














20,051 40 
















421 


2,228 


334 20 








186. 106 


357,921 


71,472 80 













88 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IX— Continued 
Oils, \ egetahle, for food — Con. 
Palm oil, bleached, and shea 


United Kingdom.... 
United States 

Total 


Lb. 

2,838 

57.44!. 


S 

276 
5.110 


Lb. 


■? 


$ cts. 




















60.287 


5.386 














' 




Peanut and soya bean oil, n.o.p. 


Gal. 




Gal. 














47.S13 

45,593 

21 

12 

102,476 


37,849 

42,680 

69 

30 

63,293 


6.623 58 

7.469 00 






























United States 






11.076 52 




Total 












195,915 


143,921 














Total, oils, vegetable, fof food 




58,981 




tM,tn 


119,261 54 


Sugar and Its products- 
Confectionery— 

Confectionery, coated with or 




Lb. 




Lb. 

345 
80 

2,587 
687 

3,526 
20.057 
44,079 


144 
15 
1.488 
172 
1,273 
9,913 
15.441 


55 58 
























Italv 


























3 770 40 










6.065 42 




Total 












71,361 


28,446 


11.026 41 










Flavoring powders, custard 






72 
5^7 

19 

726 

81,344 


20 

134 

5 

133 

11.587 




powders, jelly powders, 








49 54 


sweetened breads, cakes, 








1 85 




















4.462 28 




Total 












82.688 


11,879 


4 571 "1 


















7.549 
196.080 


1.191 
21,797 












7 628 95 




















29.005 

7,497 

23,887 


674 
1.563 


1.131 20 










";:.i mm 










547 05 




Total 














264,018 


28.457 


'i 958 OS 


















93,794 

550 

74.694 

56 

;>4'.< 

48,183 
2.000 
3.979 
2,756 
6.565 
1,512 
315 
1.250.683 


19.583 

95 

5,251 

10 

26 

18.993 

1.000 

1.154 

490 

521 

527 

38 

176.192 


7 323 11 


of all kinds, n.o.p., including 








36 00 


sweetened gums, candied 








2.560 97 










3 78 










10 85 


and sweetmeats. 








;: v«- !7 










360 00 




Iti.lv . 
















185 :9 










215 18 










1SS 51 










14 87 










67 924 47 




Total 














1.485,438 


224.879 


86,136 Ml 


Molasses and syrups, n.o.p.— 




























100 
200 

157 
4.090.002 


16 

6 

21 

118.976 


63 










1 25 










98 










25,562 58 














Total 






4.090.459 


119.019 


IS :,.,:, 11 











ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Lb. 


$ 


S c:s 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 


v 


S cts. 








































































Gal. 

3,952 


3 , 706 555 9C 


Gal. 






Gal. 
3,952 
47,813 

45,593 
21 
12 

102.476 


3.706 
• 

42,680 
69 
30 

63,293 
















6,623 58 














7.469 00 




























5 25 














11.076 52 














3.952 


3.706 


555 90 








199,867 


117 627 


25 742 33 
















20,677 


2.733 W, 










651,354 121.994 54 















Lb. 
30,067 


19.837 


4,435 63 


Lb. 






Lb. 

30.412 

80 

4.432 

687 

3.526 

21.634 

44,079 


19.9S1 

15 

1.852 

172 

1 273 

10.557 

15.441 


4.491 21 










6 45 








1.845 


364 


127 78 


687 39 








70 51 














198 44 








1,577 


644 




3 971 15 








6 065 42 
















30.067 


19,837 


4.435 63 


3,422 


1,008 


328 51 


104,850 


49,291 


15.790 57 


84,756 


26,658 


6.42; 26 








■ ■ 

527 
19 

726 
81.344 


134 

5 

133 

11.587 


6.429 62 






















1 85 














■ 50 18 














4.462 28 
















B4.756 


26.658 


6.422 26 








167,444 


38,537 


10 993 47 












1.729 


729 


182 25 








196,080 


1,920 

21.797 

21 

3.232 

674 


599 10 










- 


52 


21 


3 68 








3 68 








29 005 


1 131 20 




























23.887 


~, 17 II', 
















1.781 


750 


185 93 








285,799 
















1.383,739 


308,390 


76.306 56 








1,477,533 

550 
74,694 

349 

4^ 189 

2,000 
3,979 
2,758 
6,565 
1,512 

1 250 683 


95 

6.250 

IS. 993 
1,000 
1,164 

490 
521 
527 
38 


83.629 67 






















2 560 97 














3 78 














10 85 














6,888 17 


























423 79 




























216 18 














188 51 














14 87 














67 9'4 47 


















1,383,739 


308.390 


76.306 56 








2,869 


.533.269 


162.441 85 












25.154 


2,650 


100 62 








25.154 
100 
200 

4,090.002 


2,550 
16 
6 
21 

118.976 


100 62 










63 




























98 














25,562 58 
















25.154 


2.550 


100 62 








4.115.613 


121.569 


666 06 



90 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


rree Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 
Sugar and Its products — Con. 

Molasses and syrups, n.o.p. 

— Con. 




Gal. 

10.442 


3.655 


Gal. 


1 


t cts. 




157.089 


31,073 


2.356 41 


but not less than 20 degrees. 


Total 








10.442 


3.655 


157.089 


31,073 


2,356 41 








3,554 

2,192 
113,299 


1,716 

789 

35,159 


106 62 




BAY. Indies, other 






65 76 








3.398 97 


the cane, without any admix- 














119.045 


37,664 


3.571 35 


ent, when imported direct 
from the place of production, 
or its shipping port, in the 
original package in which it 
was placed at the point of 
production, and not after- 
wards subjected to any pro- 
cess of treating or mixing, 
testing by polariscope not 
less than 35 degrees, nor more 
than 56 degrees. 

Molasses not testing more than 
56 degrees by the polaris- 
cope, the produce of any 










Gal. 

4.526.0S9 

1.000 

190.399 

435 

17.019 


.1117,474 

263 

207.802 

263 

4.114 


Gal. 














BAV Indies, other.. 














the benefits of the British 


Trinidad and Toba- 








produced from sugar cane and 
imported direct by ship, 
from the country of pro- 
duction, or from any British 
country, in the original pack- 
age in which it was placed 
at the point cf production, 
and not afterwards sub- 
jected to any process of 
treating or mixing. 

Syrups and molasses of all 
kinds, the product of the 
sugar cane or beet, n.o.p., 










5.034.942 


2.319.916 
















Lb. 




Lb. 

1,792 

120 

4.840 

8.471.776 


143 

11 

258 

198.402 


8 96 








60 








24 20 








42.359 11 


substitutes therefor. 














8,478,528 


198.814 


42.392 87 


Sugar- 
Sugar, n.o.p., not above Xo. 16 
D.S. in colour, sugar drain- 
ings, or pumpings drained in 








50 


77 


92 
















562,500 


24.075 


10.307 81 
























toms and sugar concrete. 








280 
1,232 


7 
45 


5 13 








22 58 




Trinidad and Toba- 
















379,284,729 
23.213,577 

7,1,:;* i6i 
27, 168,302 

4.486.865 
191.055.005 
119.414,235 

6,387,674 


10.265.494 
913.448 
234. 295 
889.599 
11 6, 1147 
5,955.814 
3,400,636 
202.549 


6,482,883 80 










403,489 01 










136,179 si 










459.377 97 










74.057 40 










3.277.507 00 










2.069.251 17 










107.767 73 


















759.210.915 


22,002,986 


13.020.950 36 












Sugar above No. 16 D.S. in 












colour when imported by a 
recognized sugar refiner, for 
refining purposes only. 















ANNUAL REPORT, 19 91 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 


Gal. 


S 


S cts. 


Gal. 


S 


$ CtS 


Gal. 


S 


S cts. 














157,089 


31.073 


2,356 41 




























157.089 


31.073 


2.356 41 




























3.554 
2.192 

113.299 


1.716 

789 

35, 159 


106 62 














65 76 














3,398 97 




























119.045 


37.664 


3,571 35 
















Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 










































































































• 








Lb. 
612,745 


57,694 


J. 144 55 


Lb. 






Lb. 

614,537 

120 

4.840 

8.471,776 


57.837 
11 

258 
198,402 


2.153 51 










60 














24 20 














42.359 11 
















612.745 


57,694 


.'.144 55 








9,091,273 


256,508 


44.537 42 
























50 
59,288,627 

142,667.672 
36.287.115 
12,183.326 
280 
81.566.937 
52 304 595 

7.636.466 
27.168.302 

1,486 B65 
191.035.005 
119,414,235 

6.387.674 


77 

1.986.612 

5,503,512 

1.393.941 

485.831 

2,934,164 

1.778.138 

10.265.494 

913. 44* 




59.298.627 


1,986,612 
5,479,437 

1,393.941 
485,831 


509.900 17 
1,215,687 59 

:;il»,603 57 

104,234 73 








509. '.«' 17 


142,105,172 








1,225 995 10 


36,287,115 








312,6 


12,183,326 








104.234 73 










5 13 


81,565,705 


2,934,119 


707,755 59 
456.634 36 








7(17. 77* 17 


52,804.595 








456,634 36 










6.482.883 80 














403.489 01 














2 14 295 














889.599 4 














116.947 
202.549 


74,057 4u 














.,._•:; 














2.069.251 17 














1117, 7<n 73 
















384.244.540 


14,058,078 


3. 306. 81b 01 








1.143.455.455 


36,061.064 


.766 37 


783,880 


39.981 


6.636 15 








783.880 


39,981 


6,636 15 































92 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V. A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 
Sugar and Its products— Con 
Sugar —Con. 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

17.140 

1.239 
9.175 


S 

1,254 
46 
393 


t ots. 

382 76 


colour, and all refined sugars 
u' whatever kinds, grades or 








28 83 








216 53 


















1 up 
50,083 
415.570 
288,300 
100 
500,000 
610,528 


131 

2.704 
13,886 

8.844 

6 

14.041 

31.386 


20 oil 










1,196 66 










9,932 11 










6,890 37 










2 00 










11,950 00 










14.177 23 




Total 














1.893.135 


72.691 


15 096 19 




















1 . 232 
'540 


215 67 












94 50 






















1.772 


310 17 














Sugar, maple, and maple syrup 






8,259 


1.580 


316 00 














2,323,551 




22,759, 3C0 


13,252,251 95 












Tea, cocoa, coffee and spices— 

Cocoa and chocolate — 

Cocoa beans not roasted, 
crushed or ground 


United KingHom — 
B.S. Africa 


Cwt. 

23.914 
10.417 
3.366 


210.681 
80,371 
29,671 


Cwt. 

837 


12.659 


1.255 50 


B.W . Africa, other 










76 


765 


114 00 




B India 


1,520 

15.613 
5,237 

20.610 
5.860 


1 : . 689 
154,773 
73,812 

188.601 
50,487 






B.W. Indies, other 


302 


3,063 


453 00 
















96 

221 

3.583 

30 

10 

47,131 


815 
4,902 

41,211 

413 

139 

521,536 


144 00 






' 336 00 




Trinidad and Toba- 


22.030 


231.368 


5,371 50 






45 00 










15 00 










70,696 50 




Total 










108.567 


1,032.453 


:. :..'<i 


585.533 


78.433 50 










Lb. 




Lb. . 

11.087 
3,231 


8*3 

517 


84 30 










51 70 




Total 














14.318 


1,360 


136 00 


















187,534 

218.382 

406, 33S 

1.107.574 

2.518.283 


51,78 

59,586 
98,62! 

301,202 
742.719 


3.750 68 










4.367 64 










8. 126 76 










22.151 is 










50.365 66 




Total 














4.438.111 


1.253.915 


8S.762 22 












Cocoa paste, or liquor, choco- 
late paste or liquor, not 






20 

4.550 

44 

22,094 


15 

297 

15 

4.186 


1 00 








227 50 








2 20 










1,104 70 




Total 














26, 70S 


4,513 


1,335 40 













AXXUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



93 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rate? 


. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Lb. 


S 

at. 


S cts 

69 82 
6,034 97 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 

21,316 

386,490 

9,175 

21,451 

1,000 

50,083 

415,570 

2VS, 

100 
500,000 
610.528 


1,700 

12.472 

393 

1,207 

131 

2,704 

13,886 

8,844 

6 

14.041 

31,386 


S cts. 
452 58 


385 251 12 426 








6,063 80 












216 53 


21.451 


1,207 


331 36 








331 36 








20 00 














1,196 66 














9.932 11 














6.890 37 














200 














11,950 00 














14,477 23 
















410 878 


14.079 


6.436 15 








2,304.013 


86,770 


51.532 64 


























1,232 

540 


215 67 
















94 50 
































1.77: 


310 17 






























8,259 


1,580 


316 00 


















li. 528 ,017 


3 ,409 ,483 86 




1,008 


328 53 




37 ,288 ,285 


16.662.064 34 










Cwt. 






Cwt. 






Cwt. 

837 


12,659 


1,255 50 














































76 


765 


114 00 




























302 


3,063 


453 00 














































96 
224 

3,583 
30 
10 

47,131 


815 
4,902 

41.241 

413 

139 

521,536 


144 00 














336 00 














5,374 50 














45 00 














15 00 














70,696 50 




























52,289 


585,533 


78,433 50 
















Lb. 
1,250 


156 


11 70 


Lb. 






Lb. 

12,337 
3.231 


999 

517 


96 00 








51 71) 
















1 250 


156 


11 70 








15.56S 


1,618 


147 70 












771 




11 57 








188,305 

- 
1,107,574 


52.4CC 

98,622 
301,202 
742,719 


3. 7112 25 










4,367 64 














8,126 76 














22,151 >•> 














50, 
















771 


620 


11 57 








4,438,882 


1,254,535 


88,773 79 
























20 

4,550 

14 

22,094 


15 

15 

4,186 


1 00 




























2 20 














1,104 70 




























26,708 


4,513 


1.335 40 


















94 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Dutv. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Tea, cocoa, coffee and spices— 
Con. 

Cocoa and chocolate — Con. 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 


S 


S cts. 
























181,914 


41,116 


10,005 33 


less than two pounds in 


Total 










181.914 


41,116 


















5.168 


1,286 






B.W. Indies, other.. 
















1,155 

555 

69.558 

3.755 

804.668 


70 

156 

9,786 

2,003 

41.050 


24 50 








































14,367 50 




Total 














884.859 


54.351 




















194 
2.070 
2,189 
6.988 


112 

268 

1.201 

1.575 












124 85 
























Total 














11.441 


3,156 


1 276 23 
















1,033,453 




1,943,944 


198,971 53 










Coffee and chicory- 








490 

90 

3,322 

2,371 


58 

18 

282 

204 


14 70 










2 70 




















71 13 




Total 














6,273 


562 


188 19 


















658 

8,797 
5,056 

132 
57.643 


99 
(32 
756 

14 

8.865 


32 90 










439 85 










252 80 




Miquelon and St. 






6 60 










2,882 15 




Total 














72.286 


10.366 


3,614 30 


















492.217 
63.959 


99.704 
11,767 


14,766 51 










1,918 77 




B. E. Africa 
























B. India 


































11,358 

3,290 

4,101 

8,666.561 

2,159,716 

254,498 

753 

131.733 

1,046,535 

4.674 

983.959 

208,839 

913,414 


2,030 

538 

930 

1,314.472 

364,577 

42,816 

US 

2S.45S 

170,558 

844 

178,239 

33.463 

139,006 


340 74 










'.IS 711 










123 113 










259,996 S3 










. . f91 










7.634 94 




Cuba ... 






22 59 










:;.'i.". i m 










31.396 05 










140 22 










29.518 77 










6.265 17 










27.402 42 




Total 














11. 91.). (11)7 


2,387,530 


448.368 21 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 95 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption. — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 
112 


s 

39 


t cts. 
4 48 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 

112 
44 

181,914 


$ 

39 
12 

41,116 


i cts. 
4 48 




44 


12 


1 98 


1 98 








10,005 33 
















112 


39 


4 48 


44 


12 


1 98 


182.070 


41,167 


10,011 79 


32,054 
5 336 


10.643 
401 


2,541 01 
70 18 








37,222 

5.336 

1.155 

638 

69,558 

3.755 

804.668 


11.929 

401 

70 

249 

9,786 

2,003 

41,050 


2,991 11 








70 18 










24 50 








83 


93 


25 58 


80 18 








3.425 10 














701 05 














14.367 50 
















37.390 


11.044 


2,611 19 


83 


93 


25 58 


922.332 


65.488 


21.659 62 


1,329 


6)1 


149 49 








1,523 

2.070 
2,189 
6.988 


753 

268 
1.201 
1.575 


191 55 








124 85 














453 19 














656 13 
















1 329 


641 


149 49 








12.770 


3,797 


1.425 72 














12.590 


J, 788 43 




105 


27 56 




1,956,519 


2*1,787 92 
























490 

90 

3.322 

2,371 


58 

18 

282 

204 


14 70 














2 70 














99 66 














71 13 




























6.273 


562 


188 19 
















693 


113 


20 79 








1,351 

8.797 
5,056 

132 

57.64:1 


212 
632 
756 

14 
8,865 


53 69 










439 85 














252 80 














6 60 














2.882 15 
















693 


113 


20 79 








72,979 


10,479 


3,635 09 












48,732 


9,315 


1,096 38 








540,949 

63.959 

3,320 

1,601 

5,433 

147,738 

11.368 

5,308.352 

4.101 

8.666,561 

2,159,71f 

254.498 

131,733 
1.046.535 

208,839 
913,414 


109,019 

11,767 

628 

176 

1,034 

2,030 

789.433 

930 

1.314.472 

364.577 

128 
28,458 
170.55S 
844 
17-.J-; 1 . 
33.463 
139,006 


15,862 89 










1,918 77 


3,320 


628 

176 

1,034 

23,489 


74 70 

36 02 

122 25 

2,238 30 








74 70 


1,601 








36 02 


5,433 








122 25 


147,738 








2,238 30 










340 74 


5.305,062 


788,895 


79,813 83 








79,912 53 










123 03 














259.996 83 














64.791 48 














7,634 94 














22 59 














3,951 99 














31,396 05 














140 22 














21 














6,265 17 














57 402 4.2 
















5,511.886 


823.531 


83.381 4S 








| 20.457.493 


3,211.067 


531,749 69 














96 



CUSTOMS A\D EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Tea, cocoa, coffee and spices- 
Con. 

Coffee and chicory — Con. 

Coffee, green, n.o.p 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

6,592 

187 

260 

4,375 

10,608 

44 

1.967 

489,031 


S 

1,187 

51 

30 

411 

1,200 

16 

253 

81,923 


S cts. 
316 46 


B. S. Africa 






10 71 










10 80 










172 35 










438 24 










2 92 










84 31 










22.863 23 


















513.064 


85,071 


23.S99 02 




















35 

6 

56 

216.805 


3 

2 

17 

63.860 


2 05 


when not imported direct 
from the country of growth 
and production. 








50 








4 50 








17.226 25 


Total 














216.902 


63.882 


17,233 30 


















629 

2,200 

35 

220 

285,152 


314 

265 

10 

79 

111,254 


31 45 










110 00 










1 75 


ing acorn nuts, n.o.p. 








11 00 








14,257 60 


















288,236 


111,922 


14.411 80 












Coffee, extract of, n.o.p., or 


















40.416 


83.773 


2,829 12 


kinds. 


Total 












40.416 


83.773 


2,829 12 


















16,032,7S4 


2,743,1*6 


510,543 94 












Spices— 








9.799 


2.436 


304 50 




B. E Africa . 
















110,294 


25,698 


3,212 37 




Total 














120.093 


28,134 


::,.->n, v7 


















21,399 
11,200 


2,144 
900 


268 00 










112 50 














B. Straits Settle- 






22,036 
150.213 


831 
6,694 


103 91 










836 73 


































162 

1,360 

92.732 

196,398 


10 

67 
6, 132 
22,534 


1 25 










8 38 










: SO 










2,817 07 




Total 














495,500 


39,312 


4,914 34 












bfustardi French, liquid 


































45,083 


15,780 80 




Total 


















45,088 


15,780 80 










3 
289,071 


1 

29,806 


28 










8, 196 89 


















289,074 


29,807 


8,197 17 














ANNUAL REPORT, 19SS-SS 97 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


s 


S cts 


Lb. 


S 


$ cts 


Lb. 

6.592 

187 

260 

4,375 

10,608 

44 

1,967 

489.031 


I 

1,187 
51 
30 

411 

1,200 

16 

253 

81.923 


S cts. 
316 46 














10 71 














10 80 














172 35 














4. .5 24 














2 92 














84 31 














22,863 23 




























513.064 


85.071 


23.899 02 
















58 


26 


3 69 








93 

6 

56 

216.805 


29 

- 

17 
63,860 


5 74 










50 














4 50 














17.226 25 
















58 


26 


3 69 








216.960 


63.908 


17,236 99 












3 


■i 


09 








632 

2,200 

33 

220 

285, 152 


319 

265 

10 

n 

111.254 


31 54 










110 00 














1 75 














11 00 














14.257 6J 
















3 


5 


09 








28?. 239 


111,927 


14,411 S9 












37 746 


17.222 


1 .887 30 








37.746 
40,416 


17 :_- 
83,773 


" 










2,829 12 
















37,746 


17,222 


1.887 30 








78,162 


100.995 


4,716 42 












5 .550 ,IM 


840, SOS 


85.293 35 








21,633,170 


J, 584, 0W 


595.537 29 














42.463 


10,188 

3,613 


1.018 80 
361 30 








52,262 
21.01S 
110,294 


12.624 
3.613 

25.695 


1.323 30 


21.018 








361 30 










3.212 37 
















63.481 


13,801 


1.380 10 








183,574 


41.935 


4,896 B7 












56.597 


5,418 

13.176 
148 


541 80 

1,317 OH 

14 06 








77,996 

150,0*5 

404 

22.036 

150.213 

23.212 

12.104 

162 

1,360 

92.732 

196.398 


7.562 

11 1 76 

118 

831 

6.694 

7.507 

942 

10 

67 

6.132 


809 BO 


138.888 








1,430 10 


404 








14 66 










103 91 
















i 


7,507 


469 19 
94 20 








469 19 


12,104 








;ii 20 










1 25 














8 38 














766 50 














2.-17 07 








, 








231.203 


27.191 


2.437 45 








726.7H5 


66.503 


7.351 79 














1.342 


335 50 




29 
1,368 


9 43 
444 63 




1,371 

1.368 

45,088 


344 93 








444 63 
































1.342 


335 50 




1.397 


454 06 




47.827 


16.570 36 










726.610 


447.650 


78,338 85 








726.613 
289.071 


447.631 
29.806 


78,339 13 










8. 196 89 
















m 6i 


417,650 


78.33S 85 








1.015.684 


477.437 


86,536 02 











3—i—7 



98 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Continued. 

Tea, cocoa, coffee and spices— 

Con. 

Spices— Con. 


United Kingdom. . . 

Netherlands 

United States 

Total 


Lb. 

35,328 
4,395 
33,843 


2.322 

239 

2,240 


Lb. 


t 


S cts. 




























73,566 


4,801 
















Nutmegs and mace, whole or 
unground. 






1,868 
5,084 

2,953 

659 

53,597 


510 

863 

609 

268 

9,335 


102 00 








172 60 


B. Straits Settle- 






121 80 










53 60 










1.867 00 


















64,161 


11.685 


2,317 00 












Nutmegs and mace, ground. . . 






18 

552 

1.324 


5 

84 
602 


1 50 








25 20 










180 60 




Total 














1.894 


691 


207 30 




United Kingdom . . . 










26.138 
2.106 
33 
2,322 
2,242 
5.565 

177,215 


1.849 

179 

5 

139 

87 

907 

13.080 
















value or condition by grind- 
ing or refining or by any 
other process of manufacture. 


























Netherlands 

United States 








way, coriander, cardamon, 
cumin, fenugreek and fennel. 














LM.'i.fi-'l 


16.246 










United Kingdom. . . 
United States 








Beans, tonquin, crude only. . . . 


6.870 
61,585 


10.852 
63.724 
























68,455 


74,576 










United Kingdom. . . 
B.W. Indies, other.. 










1,621 

25 

1,221 

42,372 


3,375 

20 

2,888 

128.517 
























United States 


















45.239 


134.800 


















Spices, n.o. p., unground 






21,890 


3.034 
107 
100 
250 

867 


379 32 








13 38 










1.680 
1.000 

10,184 


12 50 










31 31 




B. Straits Settle- 






108 38 




















88,628 

7,540 

220.982 

676.377 

3.536 

32.976 

501,894 


3.574 

206 

5.661 

39.398 

244 

8,000 

54,826 


446 75 










25 81 










707 63 










4,924 75 




Italy . 






30 50 










1,000 00 










6,853 32 




Total 














1,566,687 


116.267 


14,533 65 


Ginger and spices, nop, 
ground. 








741 


208 


43 03 
















1,265 

517 

105 

440 

441 

4 

38 

4,642 

61.777 


210 
65 
12 
31 

29t 

Si 

565 
12.087 


58 95 










22 01 










4 35 










16 30 










42 83 










22 










7 34 










195 76 










3.062 01 




Total 














69,970 


13,537 


3,452 80 








239.423 

^-^ 




284,421 


52,n» ss 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922,23 99 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rate? 




Total Dutiable Goo.-K 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 


3 


! cts 


Lb. 


S 


S cts. 




























































































3 690 


739 
19,552 

386 


92 39 
1,976 20 

48 26 








5.55S 
182.436 

5,332 

659 

53.597 


1,249 
20.415 

995 

268 

9.335 


194 39 


177 352 








2,148 80 


2.379 








170 06 










53 60 














1,867 00 
















183,421 


20.677 


2.116 85 








247.582 


32.262 


4.433 85 












894 


303 


60 60 








912 

552 

1.324 


308 
84 

602 


62 10 










25 20 














180 60 
















894 


303 


60 60 








2,788 


994 


267 90 








































































































































































































































































































































































































198.230 


15.411 

550 

12.925 

2.087 

91.001 
2.677 


1.541 10 

55 00 

1.292 50 

156 22 

9. 100 10 
267 70 








220. 120 

3.350 

190,616 

55.599 

1.019.419 
38,601 
SS.628 

343.064 
220.982 
676.377 
3,536 
32.976 
501.894 


18.445 

657 

13.025 

2.337 

91.868 
2,677 
3,574 

18,661 
5,661 

39,398 

244 

8,000 

54.826 


1.920 42 


3.350 








68 38 


188.936 








1.305 00 


54,599 








187 53 


1.009.235 








9,208 48 


38,601 








267 70 










446 75 


335.524 


18,455 


1, 187 04 








1.212 85 










707 63 














4,924 75 














30 50 














1.000 00 














6.853 32 
















1.828,475 


143,106 


13.599 66 








3.395.162 


259.373 


28,133 31 


27,537 


9.842 
112 


•1,51,4 35 
28 56 








28.278 

672 

1.265 

517 

105 

440 

441 

4 

38 

4,642 

61.777 


10.050 

112 

210 

65 

12 

31 

;■„, 

1 

62 

565 

12,087 


1,607 38 


672 








28 56 










58 95 














22 01 














4 35 














16 30 














42 83 














22 














7 34 














195 76 














3.062 01 
















28.209 


9.954 


1.592 91 








98.179 


23,491 


5.045 71 




K4.K4 


M.8«l « 




1.3*7 


Ml.K 




M».842 


153 M5 tl 











3 — -i — 71 



100 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


\ 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IA— Contin ,d. 

Tea, cocoa, coffee and ibices- 
Con. 

Tea— 

Tea of ceylon, black, imported 




Lb. 


S 


Lb. 

16,264 
66.231 


S 

7.303 
18.889 


s ets. 


direct or purchased in bone 








6,623 in 


in the United Kingdom 


Total 










82,495 


26,192 


8.249 50 


Tea of Cevlon, black, n.o.p 








329 

70 

14 

12.S08 


126 

14 

4 

6,820 
































1.962 80 




Total 












13,221 


6,964 















Tea of Cevlon, green, imported 




















23,271 


6.013 


2,327 90 




Total 












23,279 


6,013 


2,327 90 















1,500 
905 


510 
121 
















Total 














2.405 


631 


303 60 


















37.077 
183,193 
327,269 


12,916 
43,161 
48.947 












18 319 30 


in the United Kingdom. 








3'. 726 90 




Total 














547,539 


105,024 


54 753 90 


















442 
17,905 
52,146 


88 
2,415 
6.324 


53 00 










2,032 00 










5.847 00 




Total 














70.493 


8,827 


7.932 00 












Tea of China, green, imported 






16.109 
12,156 

883, 50j 


4.212 
2,833 

117,1)79 


1.610 90 










1.215 60 










S3 3 j0 Oil 




Total 














911,765 


124.124 


91.176 50 












Tea of China, green, "n.o.p 






1,299 
11,586 

40,129 


412 
1.215 

4.529 


171 10 











1.2S0 00 










4,465 SO 




Total 














53,013 


6,156 


5,916 90 












Tea of India, black, imported 






23,529 
65,050 


8,064 
18.523 


2,352 90 


direct or purchased in bond 


B. India 






6,505 00 


in_the United Kingdom. 


Total 












88,579 


26.587 


8,857 90 




■'. [ndia 








Tea of India, black, n.o.p 






7,685 

li.'iii 
146. 0S2 


1.694 

219 

87,661 


937 90 










87 90 










17.373 30 




Total 














154.397 


29,594 


18.399 10 


























B. India 






8,300 


2,500 


830 00 


in the United Kim 


Total 












8.300 


2,500 


s:;u (Hi 













ANNUAL REPORT, 10: 101 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


S 

651.147 

2.061.961 


S cts 

139,402 97 
521.816 26 


Lb. 


s 


S cts 


Lb. 

2.007.735 
7.530.749 


S 

658.450 
2,080,850 


S cts. 
141.029 37 










528.439 36 














1 71.1 ins 


661.219 23 








9.52S.4S4 


2,739.300 


669.468 73 
























329 

70 

li 

12.808 


126 

14 

4 

6.820 


45 50 














8 40 














1 80 














1,962 80 




























13.221 


6.964 


2,018 50 
















131.935 


37.652 
275. 34C 


9.235 45 
76,676 32 








131.935 
1.118.655 


37.652 
281,359 


9.235 45 


1.095.376 








79.004 22 












1 227 311 


312.998| 85.911 77 








1.250.590 


319.011 


88.239 67 
























1,500 

905 


510 
121 


201 00 














102 60 




























2.405 


631 


303 60 




























37.077 
183,103 
327.209 


12.916 
43.161 
48.947 


3.707 70 














18.319 30 














32,726 90 




























547.539 


105.024 


54.753 90 




























442 
17,905 
52,146 


88 

2.415 
6.324 


53 00 














2.032 00 










































70.493 


8.827 


7 932 00 




























16.109 

12,156 

883.500 


4 212 

2] 833 

117.079 


1 610 90 
























































911.765 


124.124 


91 176 50 




























1.299 
11,586 
40.129 


412 
1,215 

4,529 


171 10 














1.2S0 00 








































53.013 


6.156 


















: 




47.5.920 90 
1,027 








6.822,309 

14,74.8.996 


1,969.966 
3.553,273 




14.683.946 








1,034 












21,482.816 


5.496.652 


1,603.707 12 








21.571.395 


5.523.239 


1 512 65.5 02 






















630 
146.082 


1.694 

249 






























17.373 30 


























154.397 


29.594 


18,399 in 
















\\\.¥><t 


3.911 32 








55.876 
514,728 


116,999 


3 Oil 32 


506,428 






















127.319 


!0, 361 28 








570,604 


129,819 


10,191 28 










102 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP I A— Continued. 

Tea, cocoa, coffee and spices— 
Con. 

Tea— Con. 

Tea of Japan, green, imported 
direct or purchased in bond 
in the United Kingdom. 




Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 

9.725 
2.473.555 


t 

3.260 
665,875 


t cts. 

972 50 








247,355 50 














2.483.280 


669,135 


248.328 00 












Tea of Japan, green, n.o.p 






180 
14,448 


48 

3,279 


22 80 








1.772 70 




Total 














14,628 


3,327 


1,795 50 












Tea of other countries, black, 
im ported direct or purchased 
in bond in the United King- 






355.089 

36.319 

796 

2.273.676 

100,078 


132.596 

6.875 

182 

461.846 

29.939 


35.508 90 








3.631 90 








79 60 








227.367 60 










10,007 80 




Total 














2,765.958 


631.438 


276.595 80 












Tea of other countries, black, 
n.o.p. 






247 

26.435 
38,014 
184,091 


184 
3.897 
7,792 
29,386 


43 10 








3.033 20 








4,580 60 










21.347 70 


















248,787 


11. J.V.I 


29.004 60 












Tea of other countries, green, 
imported direct or purchased 
in bond in the United King- 
dom. 

Tea of other countries, green. 






87.214 


17.897 


8.721 40 
















97 


60 


15 70 










n.o.p. 






7,555,456 


1,795,728 


7S5.«« 8» 


Vinegar- 
Vinegar, of any strength not 
exceeding strength of proof. 




Gal. 




Gal. 

225 

2.941 

111 

60 

2 

40 

51,550 


191 

1.124 

45 

96 

1 

28 

11,764 


33 75 








441 15 








16 65 










9 00 










30 










6 00 










7.732 50 


















54,929 


13,249 


8.239 35 


Vinegar, above strength of 
proof. 








99 

3 

11,463 


248 

7 

1.694 


43 72 








45 








2,133 37 


















11,565 


l.'.U' 


2,177 54 










66,494 


15,198 


10,116 89 


Yeast— 




Lb. 




Lb. 

17T 
4.953 


55 
862 


10 62 










297 18 


















5.13C 


917 


307 80 


Yeast, compressed, in pack 
ages weighing tees than 5C 
lbs. 

Yeast, compressed, in bulk 01 








1,107 


511 


66 42 








1.889.47C 


567,001 


56.684 10 


mass of not loss than 50 lbs. 








1,895,79' 


38.S, r:< 


' 57,958 » 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



103 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


1 


$ cts 


Lb. 


S 


$ cts 


Lb. 

9,725 

2,473.555 


t 

3.260 
665.875 


{ cts. 
972 50 














247,355 50 




























2.483.280 


669.135 


248.328 00 




























180 

14,448 


48 
3,279 


22 80 














1.772 70 




























14,628 


3.327 


1.795 50 
















4.335 


952 


303 45 






. 


359.424 
36,319 

796 

2,273.676 

100.078 


133.548 

6.875 

182 

461.846 

29.939 


35.812 35 










3.631 90 














79 60 














227.367 60 














10.007 80 
















' 4,335 


952 


303 45 








2,770.293 


632,390 


276.899 25 
























247 
26.435 
38.014 
184.091 


184 

3.897 

7.792 

29.386 


43 10 














3,033 20 














4.580 60 














21.347 70 




























248.787 


41.259 


29.004 60 




























87.214 


17,897 


8.721 40 




























97 


60 


15 70 


















8,(51,020 


2,200.502 85 








40,278,2*5 


10,J5(,7S7 


3,055,810 (5 












Gal. 
51,905 


36,778 


5.190 50 


Gal. 






Gal. 

52.130 

2,941 

111 

939 

2 

3,661 

51.550 


36.969 

1.124 

45 

738 

1 

2.103 

11.764 


5.224 25 










441 15 














16 65 








879 


642 


109 86 


118 86 








30 








3.621 


2,075 


452 69 


458 69 








7.732 50 
















51.905 


36.778 


5.190 50 


4.500 


2.717 


562 55 


111.334 


52.744 


13.992 40 


573 


339 


75 64 








672 

3 

11.463 


587 
1.694 


119 36 










45 














2,133 37 
















573 


339 


75 64 








12.138 


2,288 


2.253 IS 












52,478 


J7,u; 


'..!66 14 


4.:>oo 


2,717 


5(2 55 


i».it: 


55,032 


u,2u a 


Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 

177 
4.953 


55 


10 62 














297 18 




























5.130 


917 


307 80 




























1,107 


511 


66 42 




























1.889,470 


567.001 


56.684 10 




























l.-3.'..:o; 


5(8,124 


S7.058 12 

















1C4 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. ' 


GROUP IA— Concluded. 

Otber Tegetable products, main 
ly food, n.o.p. — 

Ferment cultures to be used ii 






s 

223 




s 


1 
S cts. 


butter-making. 












Lb. 




Lb. 














e 

30.20C 

162.005 

3,121,909 


1 

8,880 

35.9S5 

605. 40b 
































218.533J63 




Total 












3.314,120 


650,272 


231,988 40 


















1.935 

158,921 

823 

238.654 

1,248,387 


878 
29,965 

409 
40,330 
253,750 


— » 


sticks, not sweetened, n.o.p 








6 700 58 




Italy 






92103 
9 074' "5 






















Total 














1.64S.720 


325,332 




















155.510 
1,666,107 


19,839 
120,457 












92,143 16 




Total 














1,821.617 


140.296 


103. 75' 11 














Gal. 




Gal. 

94 

14 

1 

51 

580 


1,914 

163 

10 

946 

13.347 


1,514 20 


mixed with any ingredient 








188 90 










13 00 




















9,804 10 


and spirituous fruit essences. 


Total 












740 


16,380 


12,314 00 












Total, other vegetable products, 
mainly food, n.o.p 




323 




1,132,280 


121,251 29 












Total, agricultural and Vegetable 
products, mainly food 






24,839,880 




56,530,843 


19,675.114 29 












GROUP IB. 

Agricultural and Vegetable Pro- 
ducts other than for Food. 

•Beverages alcoholic- 
Brewed— 








51,652 

1 

952 

1.529 


116,758 

1 

1,128 

2,266 


21.693 84 










(1 4-' 










399 84 










642 18 




Total 














54,134 


120,153 


22,736 2S 


















1 
106 


50 
159 


20 00 










63 60 


ining not 


Total 












mr 


209 


83 60 


i '.urn of prooi 
Distilled— 














n 

151 


119 
2,161 


110 00 










1.510 00 




Total 














162 


2,276 


1,620 00 













■rp'ise. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19i 1C5 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rate? 




Totv.l Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. I Duty. 




5 


S cts. 




S 


1 ets 




5 


-5 cts. 



















66. 145 


47,542 


2,645 80 


Lb. 






Lb. 

66,145 

6 

30.200 

162.005 

3.121.909 


47.542 
1 

S.8S0 
35.985 
605.406 












42 














2.114 00 




























"MS 533 63 
















66.145 


47.542 


2,645 80 








3,380.265 


697. S14 


"34 634 20 












438 


155 


23 25 








2.373 

158.921 

823 


1.033 

29.965 

409 

40,330 

253.750 


220 SO 










6,766 58 














92 03 














238.654 
1,248 187 


9,074 25 






























438 


155 


23 25 








1.649. 15S 


325.487 


73.223 03 
























155,510 
1.666.107 


19.839 
120.457 


11,608 95 








































1,821,617 


140.296 


103,752 11 














Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 

94 


1.914 

163 

10 

946 

13.347 


1 514 "0 














14 

1 

51 


1S8 90 














13 00 














793 80 














5S0 


9 804 10 




























740 


16.380 


12 314 on 


















47,69; 


2.669 05 










1.179.977 


423 .923 31 
















26 ,113 ,367 


6,249,066 27 




1,217.670 


133 .961 76 




83.861,882 


26,057,112 32 




















51.652 
1 
■ 
1,529 


116 758 


91 603 R4 














1 














1 128 399 84 














612 18 




























54,134 


120,1531 




























1 


50 

159 


20 00 














ftS 60 




























107 


83 60 






























11 

151 


119 

2,157 


110 00 














1,510 U0 




























162 


2,276 


1,620 00 

















106 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 
Beverages alcoholic— Con. 
Distilled- Con. 




Gal. 


f 


Gal. 

2,778 

266 

58.173 

4 

35 

5,171 

1,217 

366 


37,526 

4,249 

604,603 

40 

366 

21.287 

5.154 

2,422 


$ cts. 
27 780 00 










" 660 mi 






























350 00 


































Total 














68,010 


675.647 


680,100 00 


















800 

5,212 

2 

1,351 

6,504 

153 

149 

1,147 

123 

3 

62 


12.172 

18.252 

8 

5,127 

56.775 

539 

1.160 

8.251 

761 

20 

925 












52 120 00 










20 00 




China .. 






13.510 00 




















1 530 00 










1.490 00 










11,470 00 










1,230 00 










30 00 










620 00 




Total 














15.506 


103,990 


155 060 00 


















78,031 

68 

10 

149 

80.597 

127 


1.437,856 

325 

32 

844 

644.320 

2,488 


780,310 00 










680 00 










100 00 










1,490 00 










805,970 00 










1,270 00 




Total 














158,982 


2,085,865 


1.589,820 00 


















2,144 


11.509 


21,440 00 




















3 
258 


15 
822 


30 00 










2,580 00 




















322 

861 

o 

3 
4,877 


546 

13,462 

28 

40 

23,511 


3,220 00 




Cuba . 






8.610 00 










20 00 










30 00 










48,770 00 




Total 














8,470 


49,933 


84,700 00 












Vermouth containing not more 
than 40 per cent of proof 






498 

24 

5 

8.181 

7,067 

1,465 

45 


2,375 

122 

11 

19,256 

13.902 

2,857 

193 


1 Mini mi 








97 60 


China .. 






S Ml 










15,404 80 




Italy 






11,121 60 










2,285 60 










154 40 




Total 














17,285 


38.716 


30,972 80 


















5 


39 


511 mi 


than 40 per cent of proof 
spirits. 














787,857 

34 

2'JS 

25 

747 

17 

738 

12.357 

729 

22,559 


15.357,411 

4115 

3.710 

675 

5,896 

158 

6,400 

98.251 

6.604 

409,322 


7,878.570 00 










Sill 1)11 










2.980 00 










250 00 










7.470 00 










170 00 










7,380 00 










123,570 00 










7,200 00 










225.590 00 




Total 














825,361 


I5.sss.s3_' 


8,253,610 00 













ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 107 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Gal. 


$ 


S cts 


Gal. 


$ 


$ cts 


Gal. 

2.778 

266 

58, 173 

4 

35 

5.171 

1,217 

366 


S 

37.526 

4.249 

604,603 

40 

366 

21.287 

5.154 

2.422 


t cts. 
27,780 00 














2,660 00 














581,730 00 














40 00 














350 00 














51.710 00 














12.170 00 














3.660 00 




























68.010 


675.647 


680,100 00 




























800 

5,212 

2 

1.351 

6.504 

153 

149 

1,147 

123 

3 

62 


12.172 

18,252 

8 

5.127 

56.77.5 

539 

1.160 

8.251 

761 

20 

925 


8.000 00 














52,120 00 














20 00 














13.510 00 














65.040 00 














1.530 00 














1 4<"l ("I 














11.470 00 














1 230 00 














30 00 














620 00 




























15.506 


103.990 


155.060 00 




























78,031 

68 

10 

149 

80.567 

127 


1.437.856 

325 

32 

844 

644.320 
2.488 


780.310 00 


























100 00 














1,490 00 






















































158,982 


2.085.865 


1 589 820 00 
















30,211 


476.068 
228 
345 

143.0.38 
3.606 

249.376 


241,688 00 
840 00 
840 00 

380.848 00 

1,984 00 

264,648 00 








32,355 

105 

108 

47.864 

248 

33,403 

861 

2 

3 

4.877 


487,577 

228 

360 

143,860 

3.606 

249,922 

13,462 

28 

40 

23.511 


263,128 00 
840 00 


105 








105 










47.606 








383,428 00 
1,984 00 

267,863 00 
8.610 00 


248 








33.081 






















































48,770 00 














111.356 


872.661 


890.848 00 








119,826 


922.594 


975 548 00 
























498 

24 

5 

8.181 

7.067 

1.465 

45 


2,375 
122 

11 

19.256 

13.902 

2,857 

193 
















































































































17,285 


38,716 


30.972 80 


























5 


39 






























787,857 

34 

298 

25 

747 

17 

738 

12,357 

22.559 


15,357,411 

405 

3.710 

675 

5,896 

158 

6,400 

08,261 

6,604 

409.322 


7.878.570 00 


























2.980 00 


























7.470 00 


























7,380 00 
123,870 00 






































225.590 00 


























825.361 


15.888.832 


8.253.610 00 















108 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

Xo. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 




General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 

Beverages alcoholic— Con. 

Distilled— Con. 

All spirituous or alcoholic 
liquors, n.o.p. 




Gal. 


S 


Gal. 

245 

4,065 

572 

2 

260 

3 

50 

70 

9 


$ 

861 

16.339 

2,446 

3 

2,849 

IS 

646 

2,274 

53 


S cts. 
' 450 00 








40.650 00 








5 7ii l « i 










:o oo 










2,600 00 










30 mi 










500 00 










700 00 










90 00 




Total 














5,276 


25,489 


52.760 00 


Total, spirits and spirituous 








1,153,39S 


18.9S1,14» 


10. 871,512 «S 












Fermented— Wines non-spark- 
ling- 

Wines, ginger, containing not 
more than 40 per cent of 
proof spirits. 

Containing 26 p.c. or less of 
proof .-pirits. 








300 


2.196 


1,756 80 














164 

47 

5,629 

88 


781 

250 

28.994 

766 


324 50 








HIM v.', 








11,794 15 










278 20 














Miquelon and St. 




















28 

2,094 

744 

9.476 

4.173 


43 
2,532 
1,464 

15,665 
4,739 


28 30 










1.911 30 










848 40 










9.911 30 










3.716 85 




Total 














22,443 


55.234 


28.913 85 












Containing over 26 p.c. and 
not over 27 p.c. 






104 


436 


191 12 
















202 

624 

2,672 

30 


492 
1,003 

4.594 
76 


264 76 










662 82 










2,927 96 










40 20 




Total 














3,632 


6,601 


4,086 86 












Containing over 27 p.c. and 
not over 28 p.c. 






4,474 
3 

11,549 
2 
2 


5,982 

10 

27,497 

6 

8 


4.523 74 








4 83 








15,293 99 










3 02 










3 62 


















16,030 


33,503 


19.829 20 












Containing over 28 p.c. and 
not over 29 p.c. 






261 


1,554 


633 24 






























1 . 755 

661 

1.1S3 

1,712 


4,442 

l 


2.155 SO 










1,461 94 




















1,148 


















5.572 


16.131 














Containing over 29 p.c. and 
not over 30 p.c. 






910 

77 
375 


5,955 
100 

421 










81 5'.i 


China.. 








































2,218 

1.219 


5.884 
































832 








Total 














5.629 


17.816 


9.116 23 













ANNUAL REPORT, /.:- 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



109 



Preferential Tari!T 








Total Duti 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 




Duty. 




Valu* 1 . 


| Duty. 


I 


% 


j ets. 


Gal. 


S 


•S ets 


Gul. 

245 
4.065 
5! 

2 

260 

3 

50 

70 

9 


s 

861 

16.339 

2.44S 
3 

1- 

646 

2.274 

53 


$ cts. 
2.450 00 














40.650 00 














5.720 00 














20 00 














2.600 00 














30 00 














500 00 














700 00 










90 00 






















5.276 


25.4S9 


52.760 00 














111,3.56 NT?. SSI 


893 .S4S 00 








1. 2(4.634 


19.SS3.S10 


11.762.360 68 
























300 


2.196 


1.756 80 






















53 


323 


29 15 


217 

47 

61,919 

■ 

3.122 

1,500 
30 
2,094 
33.322 
S. 176 
4,173 


1.104 

250 

170.4:;? 

766 

11.304 

774 

45 

2.532 

15.665 

4.739 


353 65 
















56.290 


111,441 


30.959 50 


4:.: 
















3.122 
1,500 


11,304 

774 
2 


1,717 10 

825 00 
1 10 


1.717 10 
















20 40 








1.911 30 










49.322 


17,917 BO 


18.766 30 






















is 






















93.545 


203.169 


51.449 75 


115.93S 


253.403 


80.363 60 




















104 
115 
202 
624 
20.953 
30 


436 

361 

492 

1,003 

7.5 


101 12 






361 


■ 












- 










13.37S 


10,602 93 


13.530 94 






























18.399 


13, 739 


10.671 42 


22.031 


20.340 


14.758 28 
















552 
419 


493 
936 


336 72 
255 59 


5,026 

422 

11.549 

31,296 

2 


6.4S0 

916 

27.497 

30.060 

8 










260 42 








1.5.293 99 








31.294 


30.054 


19,039 34 


19,u92 36 








3 62 






















32,265 


31,458 


19.681 65 


43,29.5 


64.961 


39.510 85 
















259 
63 
173 


I 
796 


165 76 
43 52 
110 72 


520 

OS 

173 

1 75S 

661 

11 Ml 

1.712 


2.255 

■ 
4.44.' 


7'. | !"l 








43 52 








ll.i 72 






















1.461 94 








! 


12.993 




10, 








- 
























14.837 


8.869 12 




30.963 


17.274 50 
















1 


1.403 


148 74 


1,132 

77 

' 

21 

1,219 


7,358 
109 

1.083 


• 






























21 
116 


109 
736 


77 72 


11 H7 








77 72 






























5.237 




3,508 79 


3.508 79 








882 34 






















5,596 


9.493 


3.749 32 




27.309 


12.865 55 





























110 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued 

Beverages— Con. 

Fermented— wines non- 
sparkling— Con. 

Containing over 30 p.c. and 
not over 31 p.c. 




Gal 


s 


Gal. 

416 


S 
2,296 


$ cts. 
980 00 
















617 
55 
212 


3.006 
101 
561 


1.333 70 










68 80 










316 70 




Total 














1.300 


5.964 


2,689 W 












Containing over 31 p.c. and not 
over 32 p.c. 






3.019 

4 

84 

12 

320 

3.170 

715 

70 


15.653 
32 
129 

431 

13.808 

1.170 

81 


6.899 77 








12 52 








100 02 










16 S6 










362 90 










6.456 50 










872 95 










75 40 


















7.394 


.31,331 


14.796 92 












Containing over 32 p.c. and 
not over 33 p.c. 






2.499 


8.693 


4.507 14 
















2.085 
1,375 


6.918 
2,677 


3.660 00 










1.848 10 




Total 














5.959 


18.288 


10,015 24 












Containing over 33 p.c. and not 
over 34 p.c. 






2,049 

1 

400 

1 

6 

2.634 

1.155 

85 


9.163 

6 

556 

13 

20 

14.395 

4.242 

215 


4.367 61 








2 59 








482 80 










4 69 










10 74 










6.399 36 










2,185 05 










140 65 


















6.331 


28.640 


13.593 49 












Containing over 34 p.c. and not 
over 35 p.c. 






753 

996 

12 

1.968 

229 


5,816 
1,299 
72 
5,195 
1.260 


2,362 26 








1.206 42 








31 44 










3,172 26 










565 78 




Total 














3.958 


13,642 


7.338 16 












Containing over 35 p.c. and not 
over 36 p.c. 






240 
1.460 
140 
130 
240 


2,312 
1,948 
180 
1.350 
2.371 


897 60 








1.825 40 








173 00 










515 50 










915 30 




Total 














2.210 


8.161 


4,326 80 












Containing over 36 pc. and not 
over 37 p.c. 






2 

725 

320 

40 

250 

1,889 


27 

925 

399 

50 

1,701 

5,425 


9 86 








915 50 








401 30 










50 20 










730 30 










3,289 82 




Total 














3,226 


8,527 


5.396 98 












Containing over 37 p.c. and not 
over 38 p.c. 

Containing over 38 p.c. and not 
over 39 p.c. 






425 


655 


553 25 


























125 
100 


788 
809 


353 90 








336 70 


















225 


1,597 


690 60 






' 











ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



111 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Gal. 


S 


t ets. 


Gal. 

1.124 
8 


4.320 
62 


S cts. 

786 80 
5 60 


Gal. 

1.510 
8 

617 
1.221 

212 


1 

6.616 

62 

3.006 

3.249 

561 


S CM. 

1.766 80 








5 60 








1.333 70 








1.166 


3.148 


816 20 


885 00 








316 70 






















2.293 


7.530 


1.608 60 


3.598 


13.494 


4.307 80 








5.134 


10.850 


3,747 82 


8.153 
4 

Mi 

16 

320 

3.170 

5.527 

70 


26.503 
32 
146 
59 
431 
13.808 
19.811 
81 


10.647 59 








12 52 








2 
4 


17 
32 


1 46 

2 92 


101 48 








19 78 








362 90 














6.456 50 








4.812 


18.641 


3,512 76 


4.385 71 








75 40 






















9.952 


29.540 


7.264 96 


17.346 


60.871 


22.061 88 
















532 

77 


3.042 
165 


404 32 
58 52 


3.031 

77 
2.085 
7.071 


11.735 

165 

6.918 

22.315 


4.911 46 








58 52 








3.660 00 








5.696 


19.638 


4.328 96 


6.177 06 
















6.305 


22,845 


4,791 80 


12.264 


41.133 


14.807 04 








145 


979 


114 55 


2.194 

400 

1 

6 

2.634 

2,206 

85 


10.142 

6 

556 

13 

20 

14.395 

14.952 

245 


4,482 16 








2 59 














482 80 














4 69 














10 74 














6.399 36 








1.051 


10.710 


830 29 


3.015 34 








140 65 






















1.196 


11.689 


944 84 


7.527 


40.329 


14.538 33 
















240 


1,350 


196 80 


993 

996 

12 

1.918 

1.566 


7.166 

1.299 

72 

.5.195 

10.576 


2.559 06 








1,206 42 














31 44 














2.172 26 








1.337 


9.316 


1.096 34 


1.662 12 
















1.577 


10.666 


1.293 14 


5.535 


24.308 


8.631 30 






















240 
1.460 
140 
130 
843 


2.312 
1.948 
180 
1.350 
6.644 


897 60 














1.825 40 














173 00 














515 50 








603 


4.273 


512 .55 


1.427 85 
















603 


4.273 


512 55 


2.813 


12.434 


4,839 35 






















-' 

725 

320 

40 

250 

2,433 


27 

925 

399 

50 

1.701 

6.633 


9 86 














915 50 














401 30 














50 20 














730 30 








544 


1.208 


478 72 


3.768 54 
















544 


1.208 


478 72 


3.770 


9.735 


5.875 70 














425 


555 


553 25 








110 


254 


103 40 


no 

125 

374 


254 

788 

1.362 


103 40 








353 90 








274 


553 


in s 


594 26 
















384 


807 


360 96 


609 


2.404 


1.051 56 









112 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Cour." 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 

Beverages— Con. 

Fermented— wines non spark- 
ling— Con. 




Gal. 


S 


Gal. 

40 
360 


I 

58 
517 


$ cts. 
56 20 










504 30 




Total 














400 


575 


560 50 


















5.037 
1.477 


18.992 
5.375 


50.370 00 


proof spirits, n.o.p. 


China.. 






14 770 00 


Total 














6,514 


24,367 


65,140 00 


















201 
200 


591 
317 


110 55 










110 00 


not more than 40 p.c. of 
proof spirits, when the pro- 














401 


908 


220 55 


duct or manufacture of any 
British colony, or territory 
in the South African Cus- 
toms Union Convention. 








91,919 


274,036 


197,350 91 










Fermented wines sparkling- 
Champagne and all other 
sparkling wines— 




Doz. 




Doz. 

67 

6 

6 

1,463 


4.056 

109 

115 

38,690 


1.S42 90 










88 50 










90 30 










25,212 90 




Italv 
















27 


574 


423 30 




Total 














1,569 


43,554 


27,657 90 


















6 
4 
14 
10 
1,298 


55 
46 
244 
101 
20,366 


44 40 


than a pint, each, but more 


Australia 

Belgium 






32 40 







138 30 






76 80 






12.145 50 




















40 


420 


312 00 




Total 














1,372 


21.232 


12.749 40 














Gal. 




Gal. 






quart each. 




















64,786 


40.407 30 














Gums and resins— 


i Kingdom — 


Lb. 

231,814 

104,766 

5 

277,144 


31,594 

16,754 

108 

69,781 


Lb. 






gedda, Senegal and tragacanth. 




































613,729 


118.237 










i Kingdom.. 
B. Sti 








Australian, copal, damar, kaurie. 
mastic, pontianac and sand- 


120.254 

7.168 

108.976 

7,366 

1,329,986 


22,75(1 

647 

17.682 
750 


































1 oited States 


















1,573,750 


263.769 



















ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 113 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Gal. 


t 


S cts. 


Gal. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Gal. 

40 
360 


t 

58 
517 


S cts. 
56 20 














o04 30 




























400 


575 


560 50 




























5,037 
1,477 


18,992 
5,375 


50 370 00 














14 770 00 




























6,514 


24,367 


65.140 00 


























201 

200 


591 
317 


110 55 














110 00 




























401 


908 
























186,522 


361,254 


111,676 83 


278 ,431 


635,290 


309,027 74 








Doz. 






Doz. 

136 


4,362 


1,264 80 


DO!. 

203 

6 

6 

14,606 

26 

27 


8,428 
109 
115 
295,452 
200 
574 


3 107 70 








88 50 






















13,143 
26 


256,762 
200 


122,229 90 
241 80 


147,442 80 
241 80 














423 30 






















13,305 


261.324 


123.736 50 


14,874 


304,878 


151,394 40 














74 


1,334 


344 10 


80 
4 
14 
10 
12,216 
43 
40 


1,389 
46 
244 
101 
126,594 
222 
420 


388 50 








32 40 














138 30 






















10,918 
43 


106.228 
222 


60,768 70 
199 95 


62.914 20 




































11,035 


107,784 


51,312 75 


12,407 


129,016 


64,062 15 








Gal. 






Gal. 

280 


2,304 


1,260 00 


Gal. 

280 


2,304 


1,260 00 
















3:1,112 


176.309 ■;:, 




436,198 


216,716 55 












Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 



































































































































































































































































114 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 
Gums and resins — Con. 




Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 

60 
1,274,609 


s 

4 
69,306 


$ cts. 
40 










6,930 60 




Total 












1.274,669 


69,310 


6,931 00 












81,165 


4,929 


















100,931 

39,553 

527.669 


47,694 
23.732 
260.757 


















United States 

Total 


















668, 153 


332,183 






















6,870 

75.900 
2,334,642 


550 

4.450 

105,783 


55 00 










445 00 










10,578 30 




Total 














2,417,412 


110,783 


11.078 30 




United Kingdom.... 








7 

1 

1,263 


14 
1 

1,756 


















Total 


















1.271 


1,771 










United Kingdom 

B. India 










2 

134,639 

18 

1,278.052 


2 

94,278 

23 

851,746 


• 


























United States 

Total 


















1,412,711 


946.049 




















Cwt. 

864 
270,625 


2.429 

556.478 


Cwt. 








Total 


















271,489 


558,907 


























343 

25 

652 

11,559 


85 75 












6 25 












163 00 












2,889 75 




Total 


















12.579 


3,144 75 
















Lb. 




Lb. 

62 
82.363 


23 
9,950 


4 04 








1.741 38 




Total 














82.425 


9,973 


1.745 42 
















2,225,845 




202,645 


22,8» 47 










Oil Cake and meal- 


United Kingdom . . . 


Cwt. 

545 

10 

25,370 


1,063 
30 

59,493 


Cwt. 
















Total 


















25.925 


60,586 










United States 










6,220 


14.873 








cake meal. 
Oil cake, palm nut and palm nut 










1 
2,500 
7. 600 










2,500 
4.417 










Total 


















6,917 


10.101 












— 


^^=^=^ ==I 


^^=^=== 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-23 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



115 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Kates 




To 


al Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 

79,324 


i 

3,135 


S cts 
156 75 


Lb. 


1 


S cts 


Lb. 

79.384 

1,274,609 


3,139 

69,306 


% cts. 
157 15 










6,930 60 
















79.324 


3,135 


156 75 








1,353,993 


72.445 


7,087 75 




























































































































































2,499 


333 


16 65 








9,369 

75.900 

2.334,642 


883 

4.45C 
105. 7S3 


71 65 










445 00 














10,578 30 
















2,499 


333 


16 65 








2,419,911 


111.116 


11,094 95 






















































































































































































































































Cwt. 






Cwt. 






Cwt. 
















































































15,763 


2,364 45 










16,106 

25 

652 

11,559 


2,450 20 












6 25 
















163 00 
















2,889 75 




















15,763 


2,364 45 










28,342 


5,509 20 














Lb. 
5,367 


671 


100 65 


Lb. 






Lb. 

5,429 
82,363 


694 
9.950 


104 69 










1.741 3S 
















5,367 


671 


100 65 








87,792 


10,644 


1,846 07 














11, SOT 


2,638 50 






. 




222,547 


25,517 S7 














Cwt. 






Cwt. 






Cwt. 



































































































































































































































































3 — i — 8* 



116 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 
No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 
Oil cake and meal — Con. 


China 


Cwt. 

3,201 
2,011 
2,948 


% 

6.446 
4.200 
7.025 


Cwt. 


$ 


S cts. 














Total 








when imported by manufac- 








8.160 


17,671 








f ertilizers . 










47, vn 


103,231 


















OUs, Yegetable, not for food— 




Gal. 




Gal. 

15,173 


17,013 

5 

1.032 

263 

9.869 


2.977 38 










88 










859 

163 

7.193 


180 60 




Italy 






46 03 










1,727 13 




Total 














23.388 


28.182 


4.932 02 




United Kingdom. . . 










Lb. 

5,880 

74 

3,229.676 


854 

S'J 
408.216 


Lb. 


































3,235,630 


409.159 










United Kingdom . . . 








Cocoanut, palm and palm kernel 
oil, not edible, peanut and soya 
bean oil for manufacture of 
soap. 


Gal. 

62,235 

60 

22,317 

24,250 

1,819,474 


52,352 

74 

15,526 

16,593 

1.215.860 


Gal. 














































1.928,336 


1.300,405 


















Cotton seed oil, crude, for the 
manufacture of refined cotton 
seed oil. 


Lb. 
2,583,807 


2.239,174 


Lb. 
















21,715 
6,604 


37,505 
2.469 


2,812 90 








185 18 
















































6,526 


6,083 


456 23 




















75 

2,110 

10,353 

2 

5,082 

960 

4,996 

2.033 

318.691 


6,500 

1.612 

47.383 

151 

8,243 

1.408 

10.163 

10.177 

435.780 


487 50 










120 90 










3.553 75 










11 33 










618 23 










105 60 










762 23 










763 28 










32,683 66 




Total 














379.147 


567.474 


42.560 79 












Flaxseed or linseed oil, raw or 






124,700 

200 

84.559 

158.401 


9,352 

27 

7,594 

19,404 


2,057 55 


B. India 






3 30 










1,395 22 










2,613 62 




Total 














367,860 


36.377 


6,069 69 




United States 








Foots, being the refuse of the 
cotton seed or olives after the 
oil has been pressed out. 


Cwt. 
12.873 


95, 134 


Cwt. 

























ANNUAL REPORT, 19, 117 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Ratea 




Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Cwt. 


S 


i cts. 


Cwt. 


S 


S cts. 


Cwt. 


i 


S cts. 














































































































Gal 
82,079 


91,535 


13,730 25 


GaL 






Gal. 

107.252 


108,548 

5 

1,032 

263 

9,869 


16.707 63 








88 














859 

163 

7.193 


180 60 














46 03 














1,727 13 
















92.079 


91,535 


13,730 25 








115,467 


119.717 


18,662 27 










Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 














































































Gal. 






Gal. 




■ 


Gal. 




































































































































Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 
























25,775 


41,691 


2,084 55 








47,490 

6,604 

445 

100 

5,298 

6,626 

2,900 

75 

2,110 

10,353 

2 

5,082 

960 

4.996 

2,033 

318,691 


79.196 
2.469 
3,234 
228 
1,977 
6,083 
5.619 
6.500 
1.612 

47,383 

151 

8,243 

1,408 

10,163 

10.177 
435,780 


4.897 45 










185 18 


445 


3.234 

228 

1,977 


161 70 
8 56 
98 85 








161 70 


100 








8 56 


5,298 








98 85 










456 23 


2,900 


5,619 


212 65 








212 65 










487 50 














120 90 














3,553 75 














11 33 














618 23 














105 60 














762 23 














763 28 














32.683 66 
















34,518 


52,749 


2.566 31 








413.665 


620,223 


45.127 10 












805,594 


67.218 


10.069 87 








930.294 

200 

84.559 

158.401 


76.570 

27 

7.594 

19.404 


12.127 42 










3 30 














1,395 22 














2.613 62 
















805.594 


67.218 


10,069 87 








1.173.454 


103.595 


16.139 56 












Cwt. 






Cwt. 






Cwt. 






















~ 





118 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 
Oils, vegetable not for food— Con. 

Olive oil for manufacturing soap 


United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

Total 


Gal. 

1,470 
15,658 


S 

2,650 
14,027 


Gal. 


$ 


t eta. 


or tobacco or for canning fish. 


















17,128 


16,677 










China 








Peanut oil, crude, for refining for 
edible purposes (O.C.Sept. 21, 
1922). 


181,305 


176,698 










Lb. 




Lb. 

101 

14.646 


166 
42,180 


12 45 




United States 

Total 






3.163 60 
















14,747 


42,346 


3.176 05 




United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

Total 










Gal. 

209 
104,614 


93 
45,754 


Gal. 
























104.823 


45,847 















_ 








217 
162 
68 


367 
231 
102 


91 75 










57 75 










25 50 




Total 














447 


700 


175 00 


















72 

686 

58 

3,437 

360 

6,124 

225 

1.456 

'JO 

95 

169,937 


513 

1,764 

81 

4,423 

143 

10,917 

881 

1,646 

618 

565 

138,658 


89 77 










308 70 




B. India 






14 17 










774 10 










25 02 










1,910 50 










154 17 










288 05 










108 15 










98 87 










24,265 67 


















182,540 


160,209 


28,037 17 
















4,283,094 




835,288 


84,950 72 












Plants, shrubs, trees and vines— 
Bushes and vines- 




No. 




No. 














10.906 


640 


128 00 




Total .. 














10.906 


640 


128 00 
































6.004 


494 


98 80 




Total 














6,004 


494 


98 80 
































200 
107.513 


V.l 
4.451 


.; vn 










800 20 




Total 














107.713 


4.470 


894 00 
































54,530 


1,370 


275 20 




Total 














54,530 


1,376 


275 20 













ANNUAL REPORT, 19SS-S8 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



119 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Gal. 


$ 


% cts. 


Gal. 


t 


% cts. 


Gal. 


t 


S cts. 














































































































Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 

101 
14,646 


166 
42.180 


12 45 














3, lu3 „0 




























14,747 


42.346 


3. 176 05 
















Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 


























































































217 
162 
68 


367 
231 
102 


91 75 














57 75 














25 50 




























447 


700 


175 00 


27,389 


19,666 


2,949 90 








27.461 

686 

58 

3,437 

360 

6,124 

225 

1,456 

90 

95 

169,937 


20.179 

1,764 

81 

4,423 

143 

10,917 

881 

1,646 

61S 

565 

138,658 


3,039 67 










308 70 














14 17 














774 10 














25 02 














1,910 50 














154 17 














288 05 














108 15 














98 87 














24.265 67 
















27,389 


19.666 


2,949 90 








209,929 


179,875 


30,987 07 














231,168 


29,316 33 










1 .nu. l.-.i. 


111.287 05 














No. 

30 


13 


1 63 


No. 






No 

30 
10.906 


13 
640 


1 63 










128 00 
















30 


13 


1 63 








10.936 


653 


129 63 












180 


101 


12 63 








130 
6,004 


101 
494 


12 63 










98 80 
















180 


101 


12 53 








6.184 


595 


111 43 












6 


25 


3 13 








6 

200 

107,513 


26 

19 

4.451 


3 13 










3 80 














890 20 
















6 


25 


3 13 








107,719 


4.495 


897 13 












24 


3 


37 








24 
54,530 


3 

1.376 


37 










275 20 
















24 


3 


37 








54,554 


1,379 


275 57 














120 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity, j 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 

Plants, shrubs, trees and vines- 
Con. 

Bushes and vines— Con. 




No. 


$ 


No. 

811 

3,455 

1,310 

964 

36, 838 

114,762 


S 

339 
476 
195 
216 
5,891 
24,599 


$ cts. 

07 80 










95 20 










39 00 










43 20 










1.17S 20 










4,919 80 




Total 














158.140 


31,716 


6,343 20 


Trees- 














65 


22 


1 95 




















111.051 


33.659 


3,331 53 




Total . 














111.116 


33,681 


3.333 48 


















10 


10 


30 


































40,835 


18,908 


1,225 05 




Total . 














40,845 


18,918 


1,225 35 














































30,573 


8.692 


917 19 




Total 














30,573 


8,692 


917 19 


















44 

14.265 


17 
6,288 


1 32 










427 95 




Total 














14,309 


■ 6.305 


429 27 


















20 

26,999 


12 
10,730 


60 










809 97 




Total . , 














27,019 


10,742 


810 57 


















2,700 


757 


81 00 








8 
350 


































358 








Other plants- 
































74 

75 

1,743 

1,557 

151 

132,160 


12 95 












13 12 












305 05 












272 50 












26 43 












23. 128 86 






















135.760 


23.758 91 


















11,584 

185 

20 

8,350 

528 

18.089 

390 

42 

44,493 

28,474 

51.727 

306,763 

76,712 








rhododendrons, pot grown 
lilacs, seeding carnation 
































stock for grafting, n.o.p.: 


































ant roots, n.o.p., and rooted 
carnation cuttings in their 
first year of introduction. 




































































Total 














547,367 





















ANNUAL REPORT, 1922-28 121 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 1 Value. Duty. 


No. 
20,275 


S 

5,564 


S cts 

695 60 


No. 

300 


% 

36 


$ cts 

6 30 


No 

21.386 

3,455 

1.310 

3.227 

147. 12S 

114.762 


i 

5.939 

476 

195 

473 

21.573 

24.599 


S cts. 

769 70 
95 20 














39 00 








2,2u3 
110,290 


257 

15,682 


44 75 
2,744 64 


87 95 








3.922 84 








4.919 80 
















20.275 


5.564 


695 60 


112,853 


15,975 


2,795 69 


291.268 


53,255 


9.834 49 


13 


B 


26 








78 

16 

111.051 


30 
33,659 


2 21 




16 


7 


40 


40 








3,331 53 
















13 


8 


26 


16 


7 


40 


111.145 


33,696 


3,334 14 


14 


13 


28 








24 

30 

3 

40,835 


23 

12 

2 

18,908 


58 




30 
3 


12 
2 


76 
07 


76 








07 








1.225 05 
















14 


13 


28 


33 


14 


83 


40,892 


18.945 


1,226 46 


14 


49 


28 








14 

12 

30,573 


49 
5 

8.692 


28 




12 


5 


30 


30 








917 19 
















14 


49 


28 


12 


5 


30 


30.599 


8.746 


917 77 


2 


1 


04 








4b 
14,265 


18 

6.288 


1 36 










427 95 
















2 


1 


04 








14.311 


6.306 


429 31 


354 


209 


7 08 








374 
26.999 


221 
10,730 


7 68 










809 97 
















354 


209 


7 08 








27,373 


10,951 


817 65 
























2.700 


757 


81 00 












































































473 


70 95 










473 
74 

75 

1.743 

1.557 

151 

132,160 


70 95 












12 95 
















13 12 
















305 05 
















272 50 
















26 43 
















23.128 86 




















473 


70 95 










136,233 


23.829 86 

















































































































































































































































































122 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued 

Plants, shrubs, trees and vines- 
Con. 

Other plants— Con. 




No. 


1 


No. 


$ 

150 
2 

218 
3 


t cts. 
37 50 












50 












54 50 




China 








75 
























107 

5 

72 

9,166 

33,283 


26 75 












1 25 












18 00 












2.291 50 












8.320 75 




Total 


















43,006 


10,751 50 




















1,000 

20 

234,088 


6 

8 

4.381 


1 20 










1 60 










876 20 




Total 














235,108 


4,395 


879 00 
















388 

7,674 

869 

573 

5,919 






















Italy 




































Total 














15,423 




























469 

963 

6,556 

521 

472 

10,691 

48,052 


93 80 












192 60 












1,311 21) 












104 20 












94 40 












2,138 20 












9.610 40 




Total 


















67,724 


13.544 80 
















Total, plants, shrubs trees and 




563,148 




368,676 


63,470 27 












Rubber and Its products- 
Raw and partially manufact- 
ured— 


United Kingdom 

Total . 


Lb. 

8 
4.394 


17 

3,342 


Lb. 
























I, MIL' 


:;,r,'i 










United Kingdom 

B India 








Rubber and gutta percha, 


4.107,146 

52,241 

4,283.935 
1,611,968 

224 
88,696 

465,027 

132.425 

112.016 

14.536.757 


873,654 
9,164 

796,356 

348,104 

40 

10,404 

117,187 

54,962 

ls.s:in 

3.391,920 














rubber unmanufactured. 


B. Straits Settle- 








































Dutch E. Indies 


















Portuguese Africa. . . 


























25,391,333 


5,620,621 










United Kingdom.... 
Total 










57 
65,037 


51 
29,806 
















also hard rubber m 1 ripe <■< 

rods 1»h! nut further manu- 
factured, \\ hen imported fur 
use in Canadian manufact- 
ures. 








65,094 


29,857 





















ANNUAL REPORT, 1011-23 123 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total Dutiable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


No. 


i 

645 


J cts. 
96 75 


No. 


S 

368 


t cts. 
82 80 


No. 


1 

1,163 

2 

3,862 

3 

86 

1,102 

5 

225 

34,639 

33,283 


J cts. 
217 05 








50 










3,644 


819 90 




874 40 












75 










86 
995 


19 35 
223 88 




19 35 












250 63 












1 25 










153 

25,473 


34 43 
5,731 57 




52 43 












8,023 07 












8,320 75 




















645 


96 75 




30.719 


6,911 93 




74,370 


17,760 18 










698 


9 


1 13 








1,698 

20 
234,088 


15 

8 

4,381 


2 33 










1 60 














876 20 
















698 


9 


1 13 








235,806 


4,404 


880 13 






























































































































































3.484 


435 57 




164 

1.169 
9.570 


28 70 

204 57 
1,674 75 




4,117 

2,132 

16,126 

521 

1.399 

74,031 

48,052 


558 07 








39? 17 












2,985 96 












104 20 










927 
63,340 


162 23 

11,084 75 




25b 63 












13,222 95 












9,610 40 




















3.484 


435 57 




75,170 


13, 155 00 




146,378 


27.135 37 












1»,597 


1 .325 70 




121 ,8»0 


22,864 15 




501 .163 


87,660 12 










Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 



















































































































































































































































































































































































































124 



CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 





Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. | Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued. 

Rubber and Its products — Con. 

Raw and partially manufact- 
ured—Con. 

Rubber, hard, unfinished, in 




- Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 


$ 

22,845 


$ cts 
2.284 50 




United Kingdom.... 









fountain pens. 
Rubber, powdered, and rubber 


150 

150 

3.274.U70 


5 
8 

110,909 








or gutta-percha waste or 








junk. 


United States 

Total 


















3.274,370 


110,922 










United States 

United Kingdom.... 
Total 










1,983.593 


178.770 


















7,178 
512,238 


663 
59,310 


























519.416 


59,973 










United Kingdom.... 
Total 








Rubber thread not covered.... 


59.334 
38.220 


71,232 
42,928 


























97,554 


114,160 


















Rubber manufactured— 








3 
157,810 


















Total 


















157,813 


43,398 92 
















Pair 




Pair 

1 

12 

24 

32,251 


2 
65 

7 
90,067 


50 










16 25 










1 75 










22,516 75 




Total 














32.288 


90.141 


22.535 25 








































L'nited States 








55,783 


15.340 92 




Total 


















66,783 


15.340 92 














Clothing, and clothing made 








1.4S9 

2.066 

100 

87,486 


521 15 


water-proof with india-rub- 










723 10 


ber. 










35 00 












30,620 10 




Total 


















91.141 


31,899 35 






















427 

2,279 

65 

M 

95 
239.312 


149 45 












797 65 












22 75 




Italy 








16 10 












33 25 












83,75;i n 




Total 


















242.224 


84,778 40 




































6 

15.918 


2 10 




United States 








5.571 30 




Total... 


















15,924 


5,673 40 

















ANNUAL REPORT, 1931-23 125 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 3 

and Dutiable Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates 




Total Dut iable Goods. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Lb. 


S 


S cts 


Lb. 


$ 


S cts 


Lb. 


$ 
22.845 


$ cts. 
2.284 50 


































































































































































































































































































3,891 


778 20 










3,894 
157.810 


779 03 












43.398 09 




















3.891 


778 20 










161.704 


44.177 12 














Pair. 

1,972 


1,293 


193 95 


Pair. 






Pair. 

1,973 

12 

24 

32,251 


1,296 

65 
7 

90.067 


194 45 










16 25 














1 75 














22,516 75 
















1,972 


1.293 


193 95 








34,260 


91.434 


22.729 20 














127 


19 05 










127 

4 

55,783 


19 05 






4 


1 00 




1 00 












15.340 92 




















127 


19 05 




4 


1 00 




55.914 


15,360 97 














76.238 


15,414 18 










77.727 

2.066 

100 

87.486 


15,935 63 












723 10 
















35 00 
















30,620 10 




















76.238 


15.414 4S 










167.379 


47,313 83 




152,580 


38,145 00 




211 
288 


68 57 
93 63 




153.218 

2,567 

65 

46 

95 

239,312 


38.363 02 








891 28 












22 75 
















16 10 
















33 25 
















83,759 20 




















152,580 


38,145 00 




499 


162 20 




395,303 


123,085 60 












552 


124 24 










552 

9 

15.918 


124 24 






3 


090 




3 00 












5.571 30 




















552 


124 24 




3 


90 




16.479 


5,698 5 











126 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

14 GEORGE V, A. 1924 

No. 14. — General Statement of Merchandise Free 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Free Goods. 


General Tariff 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


GROUP IB— Continued 
Rubber and its products— Con. 
Rubber manufactured— Con. 






$ 




$ 


t cts. 












121 
120.484 


42 35 




United States 








42,169 40 




Total 


















120,605 


42.211 75 






















290 
23.671 


79 75 












6,509 52 




Total 


















23,961 


6.589 27 




































12,998 


4,549 30 




Total 


















12.998 


4,549 30 




































44,335 


15,517 25 




Total 


















44.335 


15.517 25 






















525 

61 

3,836 

68 

1,005,320 


183 75 












21 35 












1,342 60 












23 80 












351,862 00 




Total 


















1,009.810 


353,433 50 




































116.551 


40.792 85 




Total 


















116.551 


40,792 85 




































174,721 


61,152 35 




Total 


















174,721 


61.152 35 






















7,049 
75 
113 

75 
35 
149